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The Jewish Floridian
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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
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Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
May 5, 1972

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

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

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University of Florida
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eJewish Flor idian
Combining THI JEWISH UNITY and THI JEWISH WtEKLY
15 __ Number 18
Miami, Florida Friday, May 5, 1972
Two Sections Price 20 cunts
aldheim Takes Reins From Jarring
_ NATIONS, N.Y.
United Nations Se.r,-e-
neral Kurt Waldhcim
j-ently taken over the
Beast temporarily, from
fliator Gunnar V. Jar-
. attempt to break the
vcr Middle East peace
ns.
|he Jarring mission has
fwritten off, WaWhelm
to have approached
(id Egyptian ambassa-
United Nations sep-
st week with a oro-
posal for a Mideast peace in-
ference which he indicated he
would be willing to chair. The
idea was broached to Israel's
Ambassador Yosef Tekoah and
Egypt's Ambassador Ahmed Ab-
del Maguid.
Mr. Waklheim's plan report-
edly would Involve Israel, Egypt,
Jordan and Syria in talks of
some sort, probably Indirect to
begin with, but witJi direct con-
tact* at later stages.
According to reports from
Jerusalem, consultations are
taking place over Waldheim's
proposal but no position has been
formulated by the Israel govern-
ment.
There has been no indication
of what the Arab position is.
The Arab states have previously
insisted on a prior commitment
from Israel to withdraw from
all the occupied territories be-
fore they come to the negotiat-
ing table.
When he was elected to the
office of secretary general early
this year, Mr. Waldheim Indi-
iousands March To Show
iidarity With Soviet Jewry
fORK (JTA) Hun-
It housands of persons
ki some 100 cities across
jry Sunday to express
bort for Soviet Jewry
|pe President Nixon to
in behalf of Soviet
in he meets with the
trader May 22.
krgest demonstrat ions
to 4.000 persons and a
lotorcade participated,
1 participated in a rally,
Irago where more than
Inded a rally in the
House. In Dallas,
crowd of 4 000 mas-
McFarlin Arena in
cosponsored by the
ches and synagogues.
i'i v of the marches and
termed events a major
an indication that
can Jewish commun-
fcctively Involved and
to aid their brethren
I.S.R.
tional Conference on
^ary, which sponsored
Solidarity Day for
, and the National
ommunity Relations
Council, which coordi-
activities and mobil-
| and resources for the
behalf of the NCSJ.
by Richard Maass.
lrman, the most con-
cohesive undertaking
in Jewry in the cause
lewrv.
kout the country peti-
circulated to collect
n si trim tint's to be
Investigate
lan Activities
lALEM (JTA) At-
Jtneral Meir Shainear
y has asked the police
tigate certain activities
^chai Friedman who re-
ast week as manaiing
of the government-
letivei Neft oil company,
pernment panel investi-
[Netivei Neft absolved
kn of wrong doing. Mr.
|r told newsmen, how-
la t his request for an in-
lion stemmed from cej-
^tters that came up dur-
panel's investigation,
Friedman's income tax
fign currency activities
mixing of his private
with public property in
founts of Netivei Neft.
given to Mr. Nixon prior to his
departure for Moscow. Empha-
sis during the marches and ral-
lies was on freeing Soviet Jews
now imprisoned and treated as
criminals and the restoration of
fundamental human rights to
Soviet .lews, including the right
to emigrate freely.
Meanwhile, a report from Lon-
don stated that according to
Jewish sources in the Soviet
Union 67 Jews proclaimed a
hunger strike in Kiev and Mas-
cow to protest against delays in
issuing them visas and to ex-
press solidarity with the dem-
onstrators In the United States.
Motorcade Rained Out Here
The Greater Miami Jewish
Federation building at 4200 Bis-
cay ne Blvd. was deluged with
rain last Sunday, and by peo-
ple who braved the weather to
join in Solidarity Day for So-
viet Jewry.
More than 100 local, state and
national office holders and reli-
gious and lay leaders crowded
the auditorium to hear current
information on the plight of
Soviet Jews and to affirm their
support of free emigration to
Israel for those Soviet Jews who
wish to leave.
Robert Russell, president of
Federation, opened the program
and accepted a message from
Metro Mayor Steve Clark which
proclaimed Solidarity Day for
Soviet Jewry in Dade County.
A telephone conveisation with
Soviet cybernetics expert Dr.
Alexander Lerner (taper! the
day before) was played. Dr.
Lerner recounted the suppres-
sion aimed at Jews who have
applied for exit visas to Israel
Continued On Page 9-A
Moshe Gilboa, (left) consul general of Israel, presents an
official fact book on Israel to Metro Mayor Steve Clark as
a preview of the May 14 Salute to Israel Parade. Mr Gilboa
will be the guest of honor at the event celebrating Israel s
24th anniversary. Proclamations by Florida's Gov. Reubin
Askew and area mayors will also commemorate this an-
nual sign of brotherhood. Jerry Sussman, general manager
of the Carillon Hotel, is chairman of the parade.
tilted that he believed the I'.N.
should play an active role as a
peace-maker, lie has also said
that he might personally take
charge of the Middle East prob-
lem should the Jarring missions
remain deadlocked.
The type of conference Wald-
heim is believed to have in mind
has precedence in the Rhodes
Armistice talks of 1949 held un-
der the aegis of the late Dr.
Ralph Bunche.
Israel probably will take the
position that any talks with the
Arab states under any auspices
would be useful. But sources
here do not expect any new
developments before President
Nixon's visit to Moscow.
Mrs. Meir Flying To
Bucharest Thursday
JERUSALEM (JTA) On
the eve of Premier Golda Meir's
visit to Rumania high ranking
political sources here indicated
that she expects to learn of
Egypt's latest position on a
peace settlement from President
Nicolae Ceausescu who visited
Cario last month. Mrs. Meir will
fly to Bucharest on Thursday.
The sources continued re-
ports that Ceausescu found signs
of flexibility in Egypt, and also
indicated that Israel views Ru-
mania's role as a channel of com-
munication between Israel and
Egypt and the Soviet Union.
Following the Suez cease-fire in
1.970, Rumanian officials con-
veyed Israel's attitude to So-
viet leaders it was disclosed.
The Israeli sources said Ru-
mania's Middle East position is
based on five principles: The
need for a political settlement
of the conflict; the Security
Council's Resolution 242 as the
basis for a settlement; Israeli
withdrawal from the occupied
territorios; recognition of the
independence and sovereignty of
all nations in the region; and a
solution of the problem of the
Palestinians.
Mrs. Meir is expected to ask
Ceausescu for clarification of
Rumaria's position on the latter
point in view of his meeting in
Cairo lat month with El Fatah
leader Yas view, that meeting helped
s'rengthen Arafat's shaky posi-
tion.
Asked to comment on Ru-
mania's attitude toward Jewish
emigration, the sources empha-
sized that Rumanian policv per-
mits the re-unification of fami-
lies. There are about 100. COO
Jews in Rumania.
Sadat Speech Called
'Verbal Escalation'
JERUSALEM (JTA) Re-
peating that Egypt was pre-
pared to sacrifice a million men
in battle against Israel, Presi-
dent Anwar Sadat promised in
a May Day speech in Alexan-
dria that Israel would "pay an
even higher price."
lie declared that Egypt would
not be satisfied with the lihera-
tion of the territories occupied
by Israel hut only with "the
complete destruction of the Is-
raeli arrogance."
Mr. Sadat likened Israel to
the Crusaders of the 11th cen-
tury and said all Arab peoples
must fight against the "Zionist
invaders." He aiso rejected the
American proposal for an in-
terim agreement with Israel to
reopen the Suez Canal and told
his audience. "The Russians
help us with armaments but we
shall fight by ourselves."
Political circles here comment-
ing on Sadat's speech said it rep-
resented a verbal escalation
against Israel.
Salute To Israel Parade
In Final Planning Stage
The first local Salute to Israel
Parade, scheduled for 2 p.m.
Sunday, May 14, is moving into
the final stages of planning.
Over 1,000 local marchers are
expected to celebrate the state
of Israel's 24th anniversary.
The Consul General of Israel
from Atlanta, Moshe Gilboa,
will be the guest of honor at the
parade. He will be joined by
local dignitaries in the 2.4 mile
parade route, from Miami Beach
Senior High School down Wash-
ington Avenue to Memorial
Stadium in Flamingo Park.
Governor Reubin Askew and
firea mayors have proclaimed
this date as Salute to Israel
Parade Day throughout Florida.
All major Jewish youth or-
ganizations in Miami and South
Florida are participating. The
day's program is being coordin-
ated by Aryeh Rockach, the Is-
raeli Community Shaliach (con-
sultant! for the YM-YWHA of
Greater Miami and the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.
Several floats will join the
march to Memorial Stadium,
where the entire group will pass
in review before becoming a
solidarity rally. The parade and
rally are open to Jewish and
non-Jewish marchers repress-
ing organized youth groups.


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Friday. May 5. 1972
MeCovern Barks "
Jews Too Concerned With
Israeli Flan roi-
ls It Good For The Jews?' \,ea's Economy
GROSSINGKRS. N.V. IJTA)
Lau-1\. more Jews have begun
(king, "Is ii '--.xxl for the Jews?"
mUng to Prof. I>otiaM -3.
Fein "i Brandeia University.
Speaking to more than ~v<< La
lor Zionist leaders attending a
three-dag leadersWp conference,
Prof. F. in attributed the trend to
the rise of ethnic pluralism in the
United States.
"Until tli<> rise the awimoikwi
oi most Jews had been that what
is ^'ood for Anienca is necessarily
L'ood for it- Jews a> well," be
noted This may or may not be!
the case, Prof. Fein commented,
< itina as an example the rise of
black militancy.
"While this was generally re-
garded by Jius at the tim- ;.s a
misfortune or calamity, there can
! no question that that same .'iiii-
t ancy has be!?n one of the chief
I SY Elects Three
Loral Teenagers
At the recently concluded 21st
'iinul convention of Southeast i
}. gkm of United Synagogue Youth
Camp Ocala, Mit/i Kravtln of
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1 imbus, Ga., was elected to serve
-- presideni of the group, which
includes 1.800 memlieis from the
en southern states and Puerto
Rico.
Also elected for 1972-73 were
\i,-e president* Jo Ann P.ackear of
]; Ui David, Myra Furman of Tem-
j I.- Israel, Orlando, and Todd Kd-
]>n oi Ahavath Achim. Atlanta:
Mark Ginsberg of Beth David.
treasurer, and Rasa Lowinger of
Temple Menoiah. secretary.
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causes of the resurgence, of Jewish
identity and commitment, particu-
larly among the young." he said.
Prof. Fein lash.-d out *..t those
who "defend Jewish jobs, security,
and income without defending Jew-
ish culture or seeking Jewish ex-
pression in their lives."
He also attacked various union
leaders, intellectuals, community
relations agencies, and the Jewish
Dvtcns<- League, who. he claiiiied.
ask the traditional question: "If
I am not for myself who will be
for me?" but forget to add. "And
if I am only Tor myself, what am
I?"
Prof. Daniel F.lazar of Temple
University, Philadelphia, rejiorted
that the traditional relationship
between Jews and liberalism is
changing. "The sum of American
liberalism Ls being for the under-
lo^." Elozar said, "and Jews are
1,0 lone/r the underdog for lib-
erals."
Noting that what the Jews need
is not "ltberausm but constitu-
tionally protected pluralism.' he
told the Labor Zionists thai 11 is in
the Jewish interest to maintain a
middle-of-the-road political stance,
and that both the "left" and the
"right" have sacrificed Jewish in-
terests and encouraged anti-Semi-
,.t various times.
Sen. George McGovern 1D-S.D.1
recently voiced approval for a re-
gional economic development plan
for tiie Middle East.
"Israel's representative at the
United Nations Conference on
T:a TADl meeting in Santiago. Chile.
has reiterated Israel's long-stand-
ing Willingness to join with her !
neighbors in a common, positive
assault on the economic problems
of the area." the presidential
aspirant said.
I
"Israel is today providing tech- ,
nical assistance for 46 nations.
particularly agricultural assist-
ance. He technical assistance pro- |
grama are widelj considered to lie |
ery effective and are breaking1
t~ound for new understanding and |
friendship among the less de-
veloped nations." Sen. McGovern
Rsserted.
"In restating her willingness to |
participate in a joint effort with
her immediate neighbors. Israel
has once again underscored the
fact thai the nations of the Mid- i
(i,o East can achieve far more,
through peace than through war.
I hope that the Israeli offer will
lie heeded," he concluded.
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Sky Lake Synagogue Elects Allon, Wiesel To Address AJCongress
Morton Maisel President
.\lvin Matzer, outgoing pres-
ident of the Congregation, will
tvn <>vcr his gavel to Morton
MORTON MAISU
Maisel, Hit' newly elected pres-
cient at ;i Joint installation break-
fast t" be hold Sunday at 10 a.m.
in the sj nagogue,
Itablii Milton Simon, instructor
i1 Talmud at the Mesivta High
School <>i Greater Miami Hebrew
Academy, will be guest speaker.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan, spiritual
leader of the congregation, will in-
stall the officers of both congrega-
tii n and Sisterhood.
Mr. Maisel. a resident of Miami
for the past 17th years, is vice
president of Mondax Realty Inc.
He and his wife, Gail, are the
parents of three children, Sharon,
11. Janet, 9, and Michael, 7, all of
whom attend the Hebrew Acad-
ni.y of Greater Miami.
Mr. Maisel, a graduate of Brook-
lyn College and New York Univer-
sity, took graduate courses at the
University of Miami and Barry
College. A former Junior and Sen-
ior High School teacher, he re-
tion in the afternoon Hebrew
schools of Brooklyn and has taught
Hebrew in Sunday School.
Klected to serve with. Mr. Mai-
f?1 were Herman Khrllch, first
vice president; Leo Nelson, second
vice president; Abe Panzer, treas-
urer; Asheri Kngelman,'secretary;
Alvin Matzer, honorary president;
Philip Kfros, honorary vice pres-
ident; and Alois Levine, honorary
treasurer.
Newly elected Directors are
Harold Friedman, Max Heimowitz,
Barney Labell, Norman Lieber-
n.an, Douglas Lynn, Jack Maron,
Barney Pulda, Sam Richman,
Theodore Sigman, Morris Sobel,
Louis Stutz, Harry Tempkins,
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of the. board. They include Daniel
P. Tunick, Abe Panzer. Herman
Lhrlich and Alvin Matzer.
In addition to the reelection of
Mr. Shirley Jacobson as president,
the Sisterhood elected first Wee
president, Irma Panzer; second
vice president, Fannie Schechter;
third vice president. Anita Bren-
dcr; recording secretary, Cecily
Sturman; corresponding secretary,
Betty VVeiner; treasurer, Kitty
Halber.
Newly elected directors include
Yctta Axelrod, Rebecca Balaban,
Bertha Batcher, Lillian Deutsch,
Fanny Efros. Rose Feld. Mollie
Kerner, Gertrude Krauss, Rose Le-
vine, Roberta Lieberman, Sadie
Nelson, Ann Pulda, Lillian Sadov-
sky, Rase Sobel and Kmma Wex-
!er.
Israel's Deputy Prime Minister
Vigal Allon and author File Wiesel
Will head the list of speakers at
I lie American Jewish Congress,
tour-day national biennial conven-
tion, which begins Wednesday in
Cleveland, Ohio, it has been an-
nounced.
Some 500 delegates represent-
ing AJCongress units in all parts
of the country will attend the
policy-setting meeting, which will
include the election of a new pres-
ident to succeed Rabbi Arthur J.
Lelyveld of Cleveland.
Participating in the convention
will be the newly elected president
of the Florida Region, Dr. Lips-
Chits, spiritual leader of Beth Tor-
ah Congregation, North Miami
Beach, and Mrs. Irving Kaplan,
national vice president of the
Women's Division and chairman
Florida Region delegate is Abra-
ham Grunhut; the Women's Divi-
sion delegation led by Mrs. Mur-
ray Tepper, president, will include
Mrs. Alex Mcycrson and Mrs. Sol
Berlin, and chapter representatives
Mrs. Sigmund Weiss, Jade Winds;
Mrs. Sidney Feinberg and Mrs.
William Wheeler, Point Beat; -Mrs.
Bertha Lewis, Marlen; Mrs. Claire
Arkin and Mrs. Jeanne Spevack,
Hollydale, and Mrs. Dora Meiscl,
Justine.
"Priorities for Jewish Survival"
will be examined at a Thursday
: morning, May 11, session under
11 he chairmanship of Rabbi Leon
I Kronish of Temple Beth Sholom,
! who has been reelected national
I vice president of the AJCongress.
| Addresses will be given by Bill
I Novak, editor of the journal Re-
sponse, and by Rabbi Yaakov Ros-
! enberg of Philadelphia, chairman
if the AJCongress Commission on
Jewish Affairs.
Convention workshops will ex-
plore such topics as Israel's se-
curity, world peace, urban prob-
lems, Jewish education and iden-
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Union and elsewhere, civil liber-
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Volume 45
21 IYAR 5732
Number 19
Message Coming Through Clearly
President Nixon's recent pledge to a convention oi
Catholic educators that he would extend federal aid to
non-public schools runs counter to a number of recent
Supreme Court decisions.in the latest of which his most
recent appointees concurred.
The President's remarks came at a time when ihe
American Jewish community, as represented by its Fed-
erations, is addressing itself to the hard question of main-
taining the valued day schools in a financially viable
fashion. The message is coming through clearly that such
religiously sponsored schools must be financed, in part,
by the community itself if there is to be an effective system
of intensive Jewish education and at the same time main-
tain the principle of separation of church and state.
Greater Miami has contributed to this atmosphere
through the establishment of guidelines several years ago
which has led to such community support, and its rides
have been used as one of the models in setting up national
policy for the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds just published. Three Miamians had a major role
in drafting the guidelines which forecast a new deal for
the sorely pressed schools.
Clarification Is Important
The Rabbinical Council of America, the largest orga-
nization of Orthodox rabbis in the nation, has made it
plain that recent attacks on the Equal Rights Amendment
by a coalition of ultra-conservative Orthodox groups does
not represent the mainstream of religious thought in Amer-
ica on the question. In this they join with leaders of the
Conservative and Reform movements.
In direct contradiction of the belief expressed easier
that the proposed amendment passed by Congress could
generate a climate of sexual immorality and threaten the
religious practices of Orthodox Jews, the Rabbinical Coun-
cil's official statement held that the coalition had "misrep-
resented Jewish religious law." Although the Council has
taken no official position either in favor of or in opposition
to the amendment, it clearly sees no threat.
The clarification is important to the many Jewish sup-
porters who have stressed, as did the Council, that Judaism
was the first religion to recognize the status of women and
to give them freedoms which were previously unknown.
To imply that additional rights which the amendment
would provide could lead to immorality is to do an injustice
to American Jewish women.
Anti-Semitic Odor In Amendment
The constant assault on shechita by organized groups
in this country, ranging from animal humane societies to
anti-Semitic organizations, has on many occasions threat-
ened the future of kashruth. The latest is contained in a bill
which would amend the present Federal Humane Slaugh-
tering Act in such a way that religiously observant Jews
would find it almost impossible to purchase kosher meat.
The very language of the new bill indicates that If is
less in the interest of "humane slaughtering" than in attach-
ing the long-accepted religious practice of many Jev/s.
It3 gimmick is that any ritually slaughtered anima) may be
sold commercially only if ALL its meat and meat prod-
ucts are sold as fit for consumption by observing Jews. In
other words, the forbidden hind quarters could not be sold
to the general public and thus no kosher slaughterhouse
would be able to exist unless it quadrupled the price oi
kosher cuts and thus price itself out of existence.
We know that not every Jew observes kashruth, bu'
this attack is against religious freedom as well, and thus
we all have a stake in seeing the defeat of this pernicious
amendment that has the foul odor of anti-Semitism.
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
-,:,...^..v..- -----
quang tri, South Vietnam
After an initial success, the
North Vietnamese nrmv ha
lost the first battle for Quang
Tri and Hue. There is no mis-
ak'"" Hanoi''; heavv defeat, if
-OT>v
you spend three days sei Ing ihe
ugly sights of war and talking
to commanders of all ranks in
the two provinces whei> tRe
enemy made his main att i k
The loss of the first battl- ,ioos
not necessarily imply that the
North Vietnamese army will al-
so lose the second batt!. Re-
serves for a second battle -vm-
ingly comprising all of the lew
remaining regular troop- in
North Vietnam, are now icing
brought up with visible haste.
But given the character of some
of the stuff people at home are
now being toid, the plan: 'act
of ARVN's victory to date needs
to be plainly recorded.
UNDER TIIE enormo'N rm.
fusion of the bitter day-to-day
fighting, the pattern ol
has happened so far is alsi
plain. The initial enemy su
to begin at the beginmr.;
was scored against the r..: In-
formed South Vietnamese ?,vi
Division.
Units of the 3rd were 1.
the string of firebases alori ihe
DMZ. The firebases were soft-
ened up with the kind oi' im-
mensely heavy artillery bai ;
the North Vietnamese have
never used before. In the n&u-
ing assaults by the enem, the
firebases then fell without ex-
Continued on Page 12-A
COMMENT
Referring to the column below,
which suffered (?) a printer's mix-
lug of type, Mrs. Sara Zuk.-rtiiM'i
writes: "To the editor Bravo!
This is the lirst time that I en-
joyed rouUing Edward Cohen's col-
umn. Your tv|esetters should 'im-
prove' on it weekly ii you insist
on printing his weekly gibberish."
However, for those others who
think that the April 21st piece
might be saying something of in-
terest once translated, here it is
In my own, not the makeup man's
gibberish:
A specter Is haunting the
United States of Americathe
specter of feminism. All the
powers of tradition have entered
into a holy alliance to hunt down
and exorcise this specter; the
Orthodox Rabbinate and South-
ern Baptists. Dave Smith and
Shirley Spellerberg, Internation-
al Socialists and FBI agents.
The history of all hitherto
existing society is the history
of sex struggles. Adam and Eve.
Caesar and Cleopatra, Franklin
and F.leanor. Norman Mailer and
Germaine Greer, in a word, op-
pressor and oppressed, stood in
constant opposition to one an-
other, carried on an uninter-
rupted, now hidden, now open
fight, a fight that each time
ended, either in a revolutionary
reconstitution of society at
large, or in the common ruin of
the struggling sexes.
AS THE Equal Rights Amend-
ment circulates through the leg-
islatures of the 50 states, I get
the impression that up-dating
the Communist Manifesto of
1848 requires but a few changes
of words to describe the fear in
certain circles in 1972.
In the Florida House of Re-
presentatives only one brave
scoul voted against ratification
of the ERA and he has become
a minor national figure, as he
told an appreciative audience at
the male chauvinistic Tiger Bay
Club last week. Rep. David
Smith of Broward County, an
improbably handsome figure
who looks as if he stepped out
of one of John O'Hara's novels
and sounds like something out
of the Age of McKinley, is the
darling of those who want their
women to stay 'cuddly and kiss-
able" rather than hairy-chested.
IF THAT were all, one could
sympathize and understandI
found it very difficult giving up
mv teddy bear, too. And the fear
of lowered toilet seats, a fear he
shares with some of the Ortho-
dox rabbinate in seeing mixed
public rest rooms as a possible
result of the 27th Amendment,
has haunted many otherwise
reasonable men.
But when he views the Wom-
en's Lib movement as part of
the socialist or Communist con-
spiracy, he is not only ignorant
of the fact that much of the
radical left also opposes the
Amendment, but also revealing
the narrow and reactionary
mindlessness of some of the op-
position.
I FIND much of the Move-
ment, if I can mix the language
almost frivolous in its serious-
ness, misunderstanding both the
issues really involved in Wom-
en's Lib and the mood of the
American people. But it should
also be understood that for
every Bettv Friedan there is a
Olona Steinem or, locallv for
every Roxcy Bolton making a
political boo-boo there is a Mary
Dunetz making political sense.
Take Mrs. Spellerberg, on be-
nait of the opposition, talking
nonsense that destroys what-
ever credibility she might enjoy
outside the ranks of her follow-
ers -my clearest impression of
tiiem is that they would have
been loyal to George III during
the American Revolution. In ad-
dition to the concerns her male
counterpart, Rep. Smith. ex-
Presses, she adds the worry that
bv EDWARD COHEN
the Equal Rights Amendment
would give sanction to marriage
between homosexuals. I sucss
she'd rather see them living in
sin, although that woull in
out of character.
ONE IS not surprise.i that
four major Orthodox Jewish or-
ganizations oppose ratification of
the amendment on the grounds
that it might threaten "our re-
ligious freedom," since women
are barred as rabbis, cantors,
from equal job opportunities in
synagogues, and from sitting
with men in the synagogue. The
mention of a breakdown in sex-
ual morality because of this lat-
ter was seen by both Coaserva-
tive and Reform spokesmen as
"a gross affront to the vast
majority of religious groups in
America to suggest that those
of us who permit mixed seating
are catering to immorality." But
I doubt the reality of these Or-
thodox fears when it corr.es to
religious practices, such as the
elimination of the daily benedic-
tion and prayer of thanks to God
"that you have not created me a
woman" by the government, just
as, I suppose, the Orthodox Jews
seeking aid for their parochial
schools through public funds
doubt the reality of most of my
fears that such surport
ultimately lead to state domin-
ance over religion.
Those of iis svmpahetic to the
major thrust cf'-wotnens lib-
eration, aware that.a nation in
which 40% of the working force
is composed of women, aware,
too, that our society is in the
throes of major change rec-
ognize that only in a world
which acknowledges the dignity
and humanity of all persons can
any individual be free. It is of
particular significance to rne
that the major opposition to
Equal Rights Amendment comes
from people whose actions and
history deny thi3 fundamental
concept.


Friday. May 5. 19^2
Jewisii fhridHan
Top Communal Leadership
On Fact-Finding Mission
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13
The State of Israel Bonds' top
commund leadership flew to Is-
e, this week on a fact-finding
missjon under the leadership of
rr u n Kronish, spiritual leader
0f Temple Ueth Sholom who servos
:i\ national vice chairman of the
j..:.,.j Bonds Organization.
Hi, leadership group will be
-jded by key government offi-
n a special tour of strategic
Leonard Rivkind
Honored By Bar
Miami Beach attorney Leonard
Rivkind will be honored by the
Miami Beach Bar Association Fri-
day fur "distinguished service to
tin' legal profession," according to
Hair. Zukernick. chairman of the
awards committed of the associa-
tion. The Award of Merit will be
presi i( meetii ; at the Embers Restau-
rant.
Mi. Rivkind. 44. is known for
his work as special assistant at-
. general for Florida dealing
with bt enity and as a special
a^-istntit Ity prosecution. He is also a mem-
ber o: the mayor's advisory com-
mittei to combat pornography in
Miami B.'ach, and advisor on ob-
y to the Greater Miami
Crime. Commission.
A partner in the law firm of
Rosen and Rivkind, he is a ; ptvsiu, in of the Miami Beach Bar
Association and is active in such
groups as the South Shore Opti-
rri-t Club of Miami Beach as past
president; the Massachusetts Club
of 0:cater Miami, the Hibiscus
Masonic Lodge and the Dade
County Bar Association. He is
also a member of the board of di-
recl of the Economic Oppor-
i inity Li gal Services Program.
Inc.
spots around the country to deter-
mine the exact needs, and what
must be done to help absorb the
large influx of Russian Jewry and
strengthen and upbuild Israel's
economy.
"This is not the first trip to Israel
for most members of this group,"
Dr. Kronish said. "The purpose of
our mission," he added, "is to bet-
ter understand how the Greater
Miami community can meet Prime
Minister Golda Meir's requests to
help support Israel in the tremen-
dous burden of absorbing thou-
sands of new immigrants when the
economy is already under great
pressures militarily."
Israel Bonds "fact finders" include, (from left
to ritgh) Mrs. Phyllis Miller, David Miller,
Mrs. Magda Bodin, Ted Bodin, Mrs. Lillian
Kronish, Dr. Leon Kronish, Mrs. Sandra Ston-
berg and Marvin Stonberg.
25 Educators To Be Honored
; to Rabbi Bernard Gold-
berg, issociate director of Torah
national society for Ho-
D*ew Dav Schools, 25 principals
nisti ators who have en-
i Hebrew Day School field
ivtthii Ihi last year or so will be
honon i it a special welcome ses-
annual of Hebrew Day
: incipals and Administra-
". mention. The Hebrew Day
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vjenisti Meridian
Friday, May 5, 1972
American-Israeli Relations
Keaeh New High Eban Says
By SjMviul Ki-porl
Washington -Some 500 Jew-
Mi leaden n< the 18IH anmialiNa-
tionai Fohry Conference of the
American Israel Public Affaiis
Committee, heard Israel's Foreign
(Minister and her Ambassador to
!iho United states declare that is-
rael American relations are at
their highest peak in many years.
and thai Washington's oonunit-
men! to Israel's .survival is a cot-
I tinstone of peace and stability in
the Middle Kast.
Foreign Minister Abba Kban.
who came here for a dinner honor-
ing Isaiah L. Kenen, executive vice
chairman of AIPaC, for his 30
years of service to the cause of
i Israel-American relations, said Is-
rael would not withdraw from any
: ol the occupied territories with-
out peace, and then not to the
borders which existed before the
j Six-Day War.
Ambassador Yitzhak Rabin, in
;. review of the relations between
his country and America, said both
the political and military situa-
tions have changed drastically for
the belter since last year.
Noting that President Sadat of
igypt no longer speaks <>!' a
"year <>l decisions" and has set no
new "deadline" for the resump-
1 n ol hostilities. Gen. Rabin said
iln>< was due mainly to the "real-
ization by both the Egyptians and
Moscow that Egypt is incapable ol
resuming hostilities or to achieve
anything significant if it did."
Israelite Center's
20th Annual Event
Scheduled Sunday
The Israelite Center and its Sis-
terhood are holding the 20th an-
nuBl tlihner-ShOW at Hie temple
Sunday at 6 p.m.
This affair has become a tradi-
tion that members and friends of
the Temple look forward to each
year.
The dinner committee is chaired
by Mrs. Chester Leiter, assisted by
Mis. Louis Sonsky, Lee Brydger,
Al Landskroner and Simon Wein-
er.
The temple's annual journal is
published t" coincide with this
event. Journal chairmen are Ches-
ter Leiter and Albeit Zisman.
Spiritual leader at the Israelite
Center is Rabbi Paul J. Bender;
Cantor Is Nathan Parnass,
Officers Installed By Sholom Lode
Sholem Lodge 1024. B'nai B nth.
, one of the oldest and most active
|lKiges in South Florida, installed
Its officers for the coming year
.1 a meeting in the Carillon Hotel
recently.
Taking the oath of office were
Dr. Reuben Sorkin, president;
Sidney Wellman, Kenneth Hoff-
man and Samuel Blalr. vice pres-
idents: Andrew Tibor. treasurer;
; Dr. Israel Slotsky, recording se-
, notary; Col. Paul Barker ,
ponding secretary; Louis UbbH
warden; Jere Chait. chaplaii
William G. Thompson, historian^
Burnett Roth will he the Si,eak.
I ei at the Lodge's dinner 1
Tuesday in the Ceatro Vasco P..
: :aurant. 2235 SW 8th St. His too
v- ill be "Sholem Lodw inmr,
Against Anti-Semitism." Un <
j via Hurwitz is accepting ri
ions.
Governor Marvin Mandel,
Jewish chief executive ol
Maryland, will be the key-
note speaker at the 43rd an-
nual convention cl the Na-
tional Federation of Jewish
Men's Clubs to be held in
Men's Clubs in Miami Boach
May 28 to June 1.
U-M Reports Enthusiastic
Reaction To New Program
Enthusiastic reaction to its Bach-
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The Coral Gables univeruty's
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100 Jewish Leaders To Be
Honored At JNFs Banquet
*Jen-isti nor/Jdta/jn
Page 7-A
Over 100 Jiw'sh leaders and
workers will bo honored Sunday,
Hay 14. at 1130 p.m. at the Jewish
National Vund Bikurim Banquet
m the Fontainetoleau Hotel, ac-
cording to an announcement made
hy Jay Dormer, president of the
Jewish National Fund of Greater
Miami, and Dr. Irving Lrtirman.
chairman of the Foundation of the
Jewish National Fund.
Tin' banquet will honor dedicated
I, a i >n and workers of the Jewiata
National Fund who through iheir
forts made this a banner year
demotion, reclamation and
afforestation work of the Jewish
National Fund in Israel, thus help-
solve problems of absorbing
ri-w immigrants.
In addition, JNF continues ils
,, < on the borders and frontiers
[srael, establishing Nacha! vil-
. and preparing lard for new
ements, aiding the security of
Israel and helping to solve the
problem o;" border penetration.
Leading the list of honorees will
be Mrs. Gus Mentz, newly elected
president of the Miami Bcqch
Chapter of Hadassah, who has ex-
celled in her efforts on behalf ol
JNF for 1971-72.
Th
Rabl
it'liv
HU1,
other hononees are:
i Mayer Ahramowitz. Mr. and
Mm AffaciiiiH-r, Mrs. Morrla
.Mrs. Flow Aatrnv, Mr. and
l.ou Arnnson, Prof, and Mr.-*.
Bialolenki, Mr*. Ida Ilook-
Cantor ami Mrs. Saul Breeh,
A Mr*. Leo Budn, Mr. and Mrs
II Cohen, Mrs. Herthn David-
Ipulah Davis, Mrs. Lillian Du-
Mr. and Mrs. Harry 1-Vldman.
Mr. and Mrs. ShmuH Perahko, Mr
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Fox. Abraham Fraldlllt, Mrs. .Mice
Freeman, Mayshic FViedberg and Mrs
lie aln Friedman.
Also Mr. and lira. Robert Oarber,
Abraham Cirunhut. .Mr. and Mrs. Max
Ilei-hl, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Heller, .Mr.
and Mrs. Bernard Kats, Bam Knp.
kind. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kim,.'/
Habbl and Mrs. David l-chrfli'ld. Dr.
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Medow, .Mr. and Mrs. r.manu.l
MentS, Mrs. Sylvia Meyers and Mr
and Mrs. Morrla Mlnov.
Also Samuel Korkeen, Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Paacoe, Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Pietraek, -Mrs. Helen Pollack, Mrs.
Miriam Press, Mr. and Mrs Morris
Pulter. Rabbi and Mrs. David liaal>.
Mr. and .Mrs. Isidore liifrkin. Mrs.
Julius Rnsensteln, Mrs. Sylvia Rube],
Victor Hoskin, Mr. and Sirs. Krnest
Samuels. Mrs. Toby Sohnchter. Mr.
and Mrs. Leon Schuster, Dr. and Mrs
Richard Schwara. Mrs. Malka Shklalr,
Mr. ami Mrs. Meyer Btoffel, Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Silver. Mr. and Mrs Ber-
nard Silver. Mr. and Mrs. .1. 7. Stad-
Inn. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Taub. Mr.
and Mrs. Simon Tetenhatim, Mra. Ma
Wessel and Morria Yudiuilz.
Yeshivo Day School Now
Accepting Registrations
Yeshiva Day School, which con-
ducts its classes in facilities at
Young Israel. 990 ME 171st St.. is
now accepting registrations for its
1972-73 school term, beginning in
September.
The school's PTA held a special
meeting last week in the temple's
social hall to introduce Rabbi M.
Weiss, who will be serving as \>i in-
Cipal next year.
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South Florida Jewry will launch ,
its celebration of Yom Yerusha-
layim Jerusalem DayThurs-
day, May 11 with a community-j
wide meeting at 8:;5 p.m. at the i
Greater Miami Hebrew Academy, I
2400 PfaW Tree Dr., Miami Beach, i
The Hebrew Academy drama j
group will present a special adap-1
tation of Celeste Rospanti's prize-!
winning play, "I Never Saw An-
other Butterfly." The moving skit
depicts life in European ghettos
during World War II.
Jerusalem Day marks the fifth I
anniversary of the reunification of
Jerusalem, according to the He-
; brew calendar, it will be celebrated:
May 11 and 12 in Israel, with many
observances taking place in June
(o coincide with the English dates
of the Six-Day War of 19 17.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
I
Gulfstream Park Reopens
As A Tourist Attraction
Gulfstream Park, which re-'
opened for visitors this week,
again takes its place among Flor- |
Ida's foremost tourist attractions, j
The entire track area will bo open
seven days a week from 10 a.m. !
until 4 p.m.. although there win
be no racing.
There is no admission charge
lind children are welcome when |
accompanied by an adult, said
James DoiUl, Jr.. Gulfstream pres- '
iilent. Visitors are given free post
cards, color brochures and other
souvenir items. A self-guided tour
is featured. Entrance to the track
grounds is through the clubhouse
gate on U.S. 1. Parking is free.
Confirmation Class Spends
Saturday At Meyer Retreat
A day of study and workshops
j at Temple Israel of Greater Ml*
i ami's new Sidney and Zenia Meyer
| Religious Retreat is planned this
j Saturday for the Confirmation
I C lass as part of its monthly Kal-
lah program, according to Religi-
',.is School director Jacob Born-
stein. Part of the time will be
spent in developing plans for next
Fall when the Religious Retreat
will go into operation for over-
night weekend use.
This will be the final formal
' c lass activity of the 94 boys and
j girls in the Confirmation group
who are rehearsing for the tradi-
' tional ceremonies scheduled Sun-
day morning. May 21.
Shavuoth Celebration
The Yiddish Cultural Winkle cele-
brating Shavuoth Tuesday at 10
a.m. will feature a program in-
cluding L. Lasavin. guest speaker,
songs by Molly Nashkin and re-
citation by Sam Nashkin. The
monthly meetings, held in facilities
.it 80th Street and Collins Avenue,
ore under the chairniaiisnip of H.
Kaminer.
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serve as chairman of the celebra-
tion, Miami Beach attorney Irving
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and community leaders will take
part.
Jack Donnet, assistant principal
of the Hebrew Academy "ill di-
rect the play, based on facts gath-
ered by the Jewish Museum in
Prague.
Rabbi Gross is in New York
Ciiy participating In the 17th an-
nual convention of Hebrew Day
school principals and administra-
tors,
One of the nation's foremo-f a
thorities on opening now Hebre v
day schools, Rabbi Gross will heat
a panel fjtvtng advice to new
principals and administrators.
He also will confer with national
leaders of Torah Umesorah. the
organization which promotes He-
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Dr. Lipschitz New Head Of
Florida Region, AJCongress II
Dr. Max A. Lipschitz, spiritual
leader of Beth Torah Congrega-
tion, North Miami Beach, will be
DR. LIPSCHITZ
iactalled as the bffl president of
the Florida Region of the Amer-
ican Jewish Congress at its annual
dinner-dance in the Seville Hotel
Sunday at 7 p.m. The installing of-
ficer, Rabbi Ralph P. Kingsley,
v.ill also pay tribute to Dr. Lip-
schitz, according to Yoseph Yanich,
executive director of the AJCon-
gress regional office here.
Mrs. Charles Silvers and Mrs.
Irving Kaplan are serving as co-
chairmen of the affair; Cantor Ja-
cob Renzer, an internationally
known artist who has appeared in
.he CBS "Church of the Air" pro-
gram and was the featured cantor
in the film "Faith in Flight," will
present classical, liturgical, op-
eratic, Yiddish and modern Israeli
iolk songs during the musical por-
tion of the evening's entertain-
ment.
Working with Mrs. Silvers and
Mrs. Kaplan is a committee com-
j-rised of the presidents and donor
chairmen of the various local chap-
ters, including Mrs. Michael Was-
serman and Mrs. Louis Elkies,
Golda Meir; Mrs. Ben Kamen and
Mrs. Irving Quartin, Miami-Coral
Gables; Mrs. Charles Greenberg
end Mrs. Harry Kopel, Justice;
Mrs. Ann White and Mrs. Louis
Cohen, Louise Wise; Mrs. Sigmund
Weiss and Mrs. Samuel Cantor,
Jade Winds; Mrs. Sidney Feinberg
and Mrs. Jeanne Spector, Point
East; Mrs. Benjamin Handros and
Mrs. William Edelson, Sky Lake;
Mrs. Jeanne Spevack and Mrs.
Freda Berezin, Hollydale, and Mrs.
Samuel Lewis, president and donor
chairman of Marlen Chapter.
Dr. Lipschitz, who is celebrat-
'ng his 25th year in the rabbinate,
*as one of the youngest rabbis
ever ordained at Yeshiva Univer-
sity, New York City. Columbia
University awarded him a Master
of Arts degree in 1948 and he re-
ceived his Doctor of Philosophy
degree from the University of Wis-
consin in 1964. His dissertation,
' The Faith of a Hassid," was pub-
lished three years later.
Dr. Lipschitz, who has been in-
strumental in the upbuilding of
he North Miami Beach Jewish
community and the erection of
Beth Torah's new school and sanc-
tuary accommodating more than
900 families and 800 students, is
ulso active in numerous communal
organizations. He has served as
secretary and as president of the
Rabbinical Association, executive
vice president of the South Florida
Council of American Jewish Con-
gress, and as a member of the
board of directors of Federation
and the local Anti Defamation
League.
Dr. Lipschitz, editor of The Jew-
ish Floridian's Rabbinical Page for
*- number of years, is an honorary
ciiaplain of the Jewish War Vet-
erans, a member of the Knights of
Pythias, and is associated with the
American Friends of Hebrew Uni-
versity, Israel Bonds, Hebrew
Academy of Greater Miami, Hillel
Community Day School and many
ether organizations.
Temple Judea Hebrew School
Graduation Friday Evening
The 21 graduates of Temple Ju-
des's Hebrew School will be hon-
ored by the religious school choir
and the drama group who will pre-
i sent a "Musical Sermon" based on
I Saying of the Fathers" written
! by Mrs. Hersch Berman, principal,
Friday at 8 p.m.
The graduates are Patti Brick-
man, Neil Bulbin, Arthur Colsky,
Kimberly Davis, Bruce Fletcher,
Deborah Glabman, Kenny Hers-
kowitz. Randi Michelson. Shemaiah
Okamoto. Kerri Sue Scharlin, Peg-
gy Scharlin, Andrew Schechter-
man, Rodd Sheradsky, Avery Well-
man, Bradley Weiss, Scott Rosen-
sit-in. Audrey Freund, Jackque-
line Zimmerman, Maury Witkoff,
Leslie Useden and Kevin Koffman.
Robert Russell, president of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation, made the opening
statement at a reception held on behalf of
Solidarity for Soviet Jewry last Sunday.
From left are Joseph Yanich, American Jew-
ish Congress; Murray Friedman and Mrs.
Bernard Abel, cochairmen of the Committee
on Soviet Jewry; Rep. Claude Pepper; Jacob
Barmore, Israel minister to the United Na-
tions; Dr. Irving Lehrman, president of me
Synagogue Council of America; Dr. Mayer
Abramowitz, chairman of the Committee on
Soviet Jewry, and Mr. Russell.
Among the officers installed by Shole.n
Lodge, B'nai B'rith, for the coming year were
(from left to right) Jere Chait, chaplain; Mol
Haber, trustee; Dr. Reuben Sorkin, presi-
dent; David Tow, trustee; Sidney Wellman
and Sam Blair, vice presidents, and William
Thompson, historian.
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Thousands March To Show
Solidarity With Soviets
ContiniK-d from P*e 1-A
arv for his political activism
n behalf of Jewish repatriation
, Israel.
When Dr. Lerner was asked
gout his current situation (up-
nd said that his son was being
rafted into the Russian mil-
applyi'iK fr a visa he lost his
aching and research position
,' Moscow University and his
aughter was expelled from
rariuatc school) he replied;
]is dangerous dangerous
At that point he was cut
If.
Rep. Claude Pepper told of the
ills on behalf of Soviet Jewry
hat are being introduced in
ongress and was presented
ith petitions to President Nix-
i bearing 20,000 signature.
Jacob Barmore, Israel's Minis-
r to the United Nations,
ressed that Jews, both in the
nited States and abroad, are
ini trying to interfere in Soviet
jvernment policy.
We just want the Soviet
;nion to live up to their con-
litutiop which specifically gua-
anlees the right to be rc;>a-
iatco to one's homeland and
le right to emigrate to join
ne's family," he said.
"These .'i'l- million Soviet Jews
re not numbers," he continued,
they are our brothers and sons
ml mothers they are our
imily."
On Solidarity Day, petitions
-ith more than one million
gnatures were delivered to
resident Nixon. The petitions
sk the President to intercede
-ith Russian leaders on behalf
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Among those who attended
the Solidarity Day reception
were Mayor Shcpard Broad, Bay
Harbor Islands; Mayor David
Lapham, North Miami Beach;
Mayor Eli Lurie. Surtside: and
Bob Brake, representing Mayor
Keith Phillips, Jr. of Coral Ga-
bles.
Father Johr H. McDonnell,
president of Biscayne College;
Dr. Sidney Besvinick, University
cf Miami; Dr. William Jerome
and Eric Katz, Florida Interna-
tional University and Dr. John
Wilson, Florida Memorial Jol-
lege were on hand.
Commissioners and council
members attending included
Mrs. Joyce Goldberg and Vice
Mayor James F. McKillips of
Dade County; Canon Theodore
R. Gibson. Irwin G. Christie, and
Mrs. Rose Gordon of Miami.
Labor was represented by Louis
Farkas, presioent of Painters
Local 365. G. Homes Braddock,
former Dade Cojnty School
Board Chairman also was on
hand.
Rabbis who toc.k part in the
program after a scheduled
motorcade was rained outIn-
cluded Dr. Mavnr A^rrmowltz.
chairman of Federation's Com-
mittee on Soviet Jewry; Dr.
Irving Lehrman, president of
the Synagogue Council of Amer-
ica; and Dr. Eugene Labovitz,
president of the Rabbinical As-
sociation of Greater Miami.
Tape Recordings Available
Through Local ADL Office
Organizations and small study p.'ementary teaching material and
groups can now obtain 15 minute
tape recorded interviews and on-
the-spot broadcasts from Israel,
with the initiation of a new Audio
Information Service by the Flor-
ida office of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith.
Through its "Dateline Israel
Audio Information Service," the
ADL is making available more
than 40 tape recordings, original-
ly designed as radio broadcasts,
which cover a wide spectrum of
issues including the internal sit-
uation in Israel, the conflict with
the Arabs and the involvement of
the world's major powers in the
Middle East.
The diversity of the programs
vill make them valuable as sup-
discussion starters : two West
Bank Arab leaders discuss diffe-
rent solutions to the Palestinian
problem; a minister discusses the
oaring for Christian shrines in the
j Jewish state; Soviet Jews record
their impressions as they land at
I od Airport in Tel Aviv. Many
additional provocative and infor-
native topics are covered in other
recordings.
The radio reporting on the tapes
i features ADL's general counsel,
Arnold Forster, who travels reg-
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Rabbi Draiin
B.v BABBI AYROM L. DRAZIN
Ti-ni|.li- Isr.icl of Miranutr
"And I shall remember my cov-
< nant with Jacob, even my cov-
enant with Isaac, even my cov-
en a n t with
Abraham will I
remember."
This passage
in the weekly
portion raises
the immediate
question of why
the order of the
sages was In-
verted.
We are told
in Abot, i Ethics
of the Fathers I
that the world
tMmlS on three pillars. "On Torah.
(n Avodah. and on Deeds of Lov-
ing Kindness."
Each of the Patriarchs repres-
ents one of these pillars. Jacob
represents Torah. Jewish learning.
Isaac represents Avodah, sacrifice
and prayer. Abraham represents
fii-eds of loving kindness, for his
hom farers. These three aspects of the
ratiiarchs' lives are those to
Which our passage refers.
The greatest pillar of Judaism
is of course, learning. To a gen-
eration such as ours, when scholar-
ship no longer means anything.
G-d says, "Even if you do not ful-
fil: the covenant of Jacob, of learn-
! ing. I shall remember Isaac."
However, since we see so little
! diligence in prayer, and our cov-
enant of Isaac has deteriorated to
"Kaddish Judaism" we must then
depend upon our good works alone.
The Almighty is willing to save us
if only for the sake of Abraham,
t foi the sake of our g>od deeds.
Unfortunately, while charity
may succeed in preserving Judaism
tor a time, charity alone cannot
do the job. Charity alone cannot
ive Judaism the vitality it needs
to continue as a vibrant, living
faith. Therefore Abraham is men-
tioned last.
"Charity Judaism" or "check-
book Judaism" is as wobbly as a
>ne-legged stool. To develop to Its
fullest, Judaism must include a
balance of learning, prayer and
benevolence. That is why we men-
tion our three patriarchs in the
' Amidah ... to remind us that we
; must not allow any one pillar of
' Judaism to falter.
Weekend Retreat Scheduled
Temple Emanu-Kl Youth will
| participate in a weekend retreat
at a private cottage resort near
I>isney World, May 5-7, according
j to Marty Listowsky, director of
i Youth Activities at Temple Emanu-
' El. The theme of the weekend b
, preparing to Receive The To
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May 7 Ch. 10. 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
Host: Rabbi David Shapiro, Temple Sinai,
Hollywood
May 7 Ch. 7, 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
Host: Rabbi Samuel Jaffe, Temple Beth El,
Hollywood
Guests: Dr. Morton Malavsky, Temple Beth Shalom.
Hollywood; Dr. Avrom Drazin, Temple Israel
of Miramar, and three teen-agers who will join
the 'Teen-age tour to Israel" this summer
Anita Friedman, Temple Beth Shalom; Michael
Atkin and Joshua Jaffe, Temple Beth El
May 7 Ch. 4, 8:30 a.m. The First Estate
(Repeated on Ch. 2 at 6:30 p.m.!
Host: Rev. Luther C. Pierce will discuss Jewish-
Christian relations with Rev. Edward H.
Flannery.
Quiz Box
B.v RABBI I)It. SAM PEL i. FOX
Why doe> Jewish tradition re-
quire that one's legs be |>l;u-ed
together constantly during the
ma in body of prayer ?
This is the position assumed by
the priests while they were doing
their service in the sanctuary of
old. The worshipper, in a sense,
act! like a priest while his prayers
;ake the place of the sacrifice once
olfered by the priests.
The Talmud (Berakoth 10:Bi
olfers an interesting explanation
by saving that this position of
folding the feet together in proper
position emulates the posture ol
he angels of whom the Prophet
1 zekiel 11:7) writes "their feet
ware straight together." Man in
prayer thus assumes the role ol
an angel with direct access to the
Almighty.
Other reasons are offered by
later codifiers such as Kabbi
Joseph Karo. One such reason is
hat when one stands in such a
position he removes all material
thoughts from his mind and thus
stands at "full attention" conccn-
uating solely on the Almighty be-
lore him.
Another reason offered is that
by having his feet placed pertna-
nently close together he gives the
i ppearance of being tied down to
the spot with no intention to
llee," from the presence of the
Almighty.
A further extension of this idea
is the contention that in prayei
one surrenders himself completely
unto the Almighty just as a serv-
ant to his master and a prisoner
to his keeper. The idea is that in
return for man's surrender, the
Almighty will bestow upon him
the needs for existence and endur-
ance according to man's prayer,
Why ig it that the main liody
of pruyer hi recited silently by
the wii-slii|,|MT while the verse*
of the 'Mi. in.." are recited aud-
ibly?
Israeli Consul Rafael Aldor, (center) director of the Israeli
government's Coins and Medals Corporation for Noni
America, Stephen Corner, (left) president of Came. Ban*
of Miami Beach, and Abel Holtz, first vice president, exambu
the display of ancient Israeli coins in the bank's lobby. Ml
Aldor was here to help Corner Bank kick off its annual scU
of official Israeli coin mint sets, proceeds of which -.oes 'q.
wards restoring various historical sites in Israel. The bank
is the exclusive distributor of the sets in Dade Cour.-

SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Behar-Beckosa i
.,,
Rabbi Isaac Arama (Akedat
Yitzchak. 23) explains this by the
difference between these two ex-
pressions on the part of man.
In the case of the prayers, man
is communicating with God. To
communicate with God man does
not have to be audible since the
Almighty knows what is in his
heart.
In the case of Shema. man is
exercising the declaration of his
own faith. He is, in a sense, teach-
ing himself. Thus his words must
I be audible to himself.
(C). Wti, Jewish Telegraphic Agency)
'And the Lord spoke unto Moses In Mount Sin
(Chapters 23-2o.21
SABBATICAL YEAR AND YEAR OF JUBILEE
the people possessed Canaan, the land was to enjoy a >
i n st" each year and lie fallow. It was not to be sown o; reaped
but grain or fruit which grew naturally during the yea. .A ,
eaten by the owner and his household. In the 50th yen- ,t tbe
end of each cycle of seven sabbatical years, a similar law applied
The Jubilee Year was proclaimed by the sounding of the sliofar
on the 10th day of the seventh month iTishrii. The I!.'.
v. a.s set free and all land reverted to its original owner.
REDEMPTION OF LAND Land sold through ha
could be redeemed at any time before the Year of Jubilei b) |
relative whose obligation it was to purchase it so that it should
himself, the repayment abain being calculated on an
basis.
himself, the repayment meing calculated on an equital isii
CONSIDERATION FOR THE NEEDY Loans to a
fellow-Israelite were to be made without charging anv
If through poverty he was forced to sell himself as a -
was to be treated leniently as though he were a hired sc vai ind
be srt free at the Jubilee. Should he sell himself as a sis ,e to a
non-Israelite, for an indefinite period, he could be rede.: i
relative or redeem himself if he acquired sufficient money by
payment of an equitable sum. In any event, he went ..
Year of Jubilee.
"If ye walk in My commandments and do them ."
REWARD AND PUNISHMENT Moses concludec t: -
tion of the Law by contrasting rewards for obedience and punfafe
merit for violation of Gods commandments. Obedience,
the people, would bring prosperity and i>cacc. The land -\ou\i
yield such abundant produce through the rains falling bi inetr
siasons. that the farmer would be occupied the whole yea round
gathering his crops and vintage and planting his sei toffl
presence among His people would ensure the enjoyment of p*Cl
without fear of enemy invasion. Disobedience, on the ol
meant disease, defeat, famine and the horrors of siege I *
by national destruction and exile. Nevertheless, if they n Pitted,
God would not reject His people but remember His cove:.. .. with
the Patriarchs.
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A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. M SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Aron Ben Arorv 1
ANSHE armies >v3 sw 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz 2
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken-
dall Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. 8
Friday 7:3ft i>.m .sermon topic: "Why
Did Mown Climb The Mountain?" in
lionor of the coming holiday of Sha-
vuoih.
BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipaon 4
BETH EL. 500 SW 17t.i Ave Ortho-
dox. Rabbi H. Rethman 5
BETH KCDESH. 1101 8W 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rehbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Leon Segal.
ETH TOV '-'emple). oeae 8W 8th
St. Conservative. Cantor Seymour
Hinkes 8
ISRAEL (Tempie) OF GREATER
Miami. 137 NE :9th S"eet. Reform
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. m
Friday St." o.m Sermon topic will
discuss in. laauc of relisloua divorce.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. rtum Paul i. ,
Bender. Cantor Nathan Parnaee. 11 |
Friday 8:30 p.Dl 8a lurd.iv s;4.-, a.m.!
Sermon: "Tbe Raina shall Kail la
TTieir Reason."
ZION (Temple) 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
aervative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
'8
Friday 7:3" p.m. Topic: "The Family
Today." Saturday morning, ll'nai
Mltzvah: Itohcrt. son of Mr. Bald Mrs
Lnula Park; Richard, son of Mr. and
.VIn. licrnard Wejaa.
MUM
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na-
than Zolondek. IB
FTlday J:IS p.m. Sermon topic: "Man's
Moral Accountability." Saturday ;, (
a.m.
north Miami
BETH MOSHT CONGREGATION
13630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel, Cantor Ben
Zion Kirschenbaum. 35
MIAMI BEACH
AU.?AJH ISHAEL, 7801 Carlyle Ave
Orthodox. 17
BoTuu'S2AEl" m *u,n 8t Orthodox.
Rehbi Berel Wel.i. t|
TH JACOe.~3oT Washington Ave.
Oi hodon. Rabbi Snmaryaht T. Swir
sky. Cartnr Maurice Man.chea. It
BETH F-APHAEL (Temple). 1848
Jerfe-ann Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David fteab. Cento' Saul Breeh. 20
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BETH SHOLOM ( Temple). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantu- Qaviri ~nnviaer 21
Friday 7:15 p.m Topic: 'Jewish Time
ami T'me and (he Jew." Saturday
in:4.', a.m.
OR OLOM (Temniel 8755 SW 1h i BETH TFI_AH 935 Euclid vr. nr.
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
Olixman. 13 I ''"' 22
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TIFERETH ISRAeL. 8500 N. Miami T,ON- 843 ""endia-. Avenue. 22-A
, ~ CUBAN HEBREW CONQREQATION.
Ave. Conaervative. Rabbi Maurir- 1242 Washincton Ave. Orthodox
vlem. 14 ( Rabbi Dow Fw*encwai||. 2S

HSiVJffrjH^"J?JC HEBREW CON.
n.?. uATIOli 7'5 wf'"0ton Ave-
uS Hi?' Bea,;n' R'bhi Mei'' Mas-
liah Melamed 23-A
I eM0A,N2JJEL.(T*mp,e'- 1701 Washing.
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irvina
| Lehrmen. Cantor Zvi Adler. 2?
, l-ridny K:.1fl p i. Sermon topic- "VVhnl
I STur.LhI' ),V*,r,, J-"' ^ You?"
Saturday '.. a.m. "The VVeeklv I'nr-
vn Ivah '" Blb,e:" i- ""> S
Ck?.~ /n:nell tnranen or He-
B.nn.AH>i?|-.,0rt"d'<- R'bbi to-jft
JA^Rs&u8.0HfSa, Qttaeg
Ave. Orthodox, fllbbi Tb 'h1
SUrn. Cantor^ Meyer Eng.lt 25 !
KNESEJH ISRAEL, Hit Euclid Ave
Orthodox. R.bbi David Lohrf.eM
Cantor Abraham Seif. l-9n">l<>1
MENORAH (Temple). 820 75th 8t
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abrarn
owiu. Cantor Nice ^.Idman!"a
N5R. TA,"'i tiempie). 80th St. anf
ZSaST .. w,,erw*- Con.e?v;t"ve
SI- ESS?* -"'* Cantor Ed
want Klein. j*
a*iV SHALOM* 7055 Bon
Orthodox. R.bbi Phinea. Webfr
m,n' ____ ____ 30
S1P!?ARDIC JEWISH CENTER 881
Colline Ave. Rat,hi Sadi Nahmia'. v
CO^E0ATION TZ CHAIM. 154I
OroW.Vhm0,On AV6' R'bbi Avrohom
NORTH BAV VILLAGE Jfwibu
CENTER. 1720 79th Street C^uae
way, North Ray vil.sqe. Cons"""
tive. Rabbi Philip Fried. 82-A
NORTH MIAMI BiACH
ADATH YESHURUN (Temnlr\ ma.
,NE 1"t5 GaM"" *' 'cinserv.8
five. Rabbi Milton Schlinakv r^"'
tor Nathaniel SchubT y' Cm%
; BETH TORAH. NE 164th St. at 11th
Ave. Conaervative. Rabbi Max Lip.
echitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 44
B'NAI RAPHa1el7i401 NW I83rd St ,
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel.
C8Mer Jack Ler,ier. 31
,.'SAJ 01 NORTH DAOB
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabb,
Ralph p. Kingsley. Cantor Irving
Shulkes. 37
81^.kLAKE-*XNAG0GUE- 18,51 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
^ caplan ^
Friday 6:30 p.m Saturday 9 a m Ser-
mon: "Is Abortion Murder?"
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
K2aP Rabbi Naftah Porush. jv
10RAI GABIES
JUDEA (Temple) 5500 Granada Blvd
Reform. R.bbi Morri, Kipper 40
m "!h "imiSu'V''"a-v 'i."i bS
alnv.11 1"" UBU8hlv- >'f -Mr. and
-vil. .Neil l .s,.,i, I,
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293A,H.12A.V,A CONGREGATION
"anj. cantor Maurice Neu. 4t
CUA. ".UUDIRDAU
P0MPAN0 BEACH
Cntor Ernest"^^.7.'* ^S, '
NA1LANDAIE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTE
Rabbi Max J. Weitz. Cantor Ri
Jacob Danziger. 126 N.S lot At
.-.'.:
HOILTWGOO
BETH EL (Temple). 1351 S Hth A
Reform. Rabbi Samuel sffe.
Friday X:ir, p.m. Bermon (
II Means To Be Jewish" I llo>e Diieit Shahhai Bponsored bj Mr.
Mrs. Andy Miller and Mr. and
Samuel Hollander. Saturday 11 u
Uar Alitzvah: Oarc Alai M>n "'
and Mm. Andv Miller: Mitchell,
of Mn, Shirley Hovveil. p
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel H, I!, Ii r
BETH SHALOM (Temple). 1728 M
roe St. Conaervative. Rabbi Morn
Malavsky Ca~nr Irving Gold.
SINAI (Te,npie>. 1201 johneon I
Conservative. Rabbi D.-. Shapli
Cantor Yehuda Heilbrtun.
MIRAMAR
Cantor Abraham Koster
ISRAEL (Templel 8920 SW 85th
Conservative Rabbi Avrsm Drr
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PCEW YORK, N.Y. The new course of the primaries, the
,. nping up ol the war, the new "beatability" of Richard Nixon
., ire three major events that are bound to put Sen. Edward
,iy into the presidential race more openly than he has
;! |j been.
What the primaries have done has been to urge a d.-cision
irller than he had counted on. I have all alonn assumed
,, ,,.; available for a convention draft, but I thought he
v ni: wait for the showdown floor fight. But with McGovern
up momentum, there is a danger that the so-c:dled
-Maikins-horse" might eomc in too strong at the end. In some
Kennedy will have to stake out his interest and claim.
,ar's escalation has brought with it a fresh conviction
. son is decidedly beatable. The mounting success of the
, 'tensive spells crisis not only for Nixon"s whole foreign
for his re-election. Kennedy's doubts about running
iave always resi.'d heavily on the chances that Nixon
(1 in "winding down" the war. It now looks as il he
til i probably won't without either messing up his
;tli lb.' Russians, or having in the end to accent a
ution for Saigon which would further enrage his
I |ght v. ill'.;.
-h tr
Till!:!-: is anothkr DEVELOPMENT which makes Ken-
likely as a candidate. Step by step, ever sine Chap-
and hi- re-election to the Senate, he has been moving
li"; restored as a viable public figure who can talk
' ; Ic without awakening too many memories. Now
- in I ho ITI" case seem to have clinched it.
ive largely missed the political import of these hear-
ings, ihieh are of as much moment for Kennedy as for Nixon.
I by his two closest friends John V. Tunney of Cali-
I Birch Bayh of Indiana in the Judiciary Committee
igation, Kennedy has himself played a crucial role. Here
r. i- i.ing the lead in questioning witnesses on a matter which,
lot >ne of private morality, is decidedly one of public rallies.
On the dreary day when Peter Flanigan stuck rigidly to the
- 5 n. Sam Ervin agreement about limiting his testimony
Os ., presidential aid., Birch Bayh kept wanting to know the
il what had happened on the particular historic day ol"
- O.ic couldn't help thinking ol' Kennedy's own TV talk
.- lie later himself noted, had fallen short of a full dis-
the events during a different historic day.
S Kennedy ha- survived another turning point and
-iii'j of public opinion. William H. Honan calls his book
Ted Kennedy: Prof;!! ol a Survivor" (Quadrangle). A
hat appeared on ti.- same theme, "Ted Kennedy:
" Prag dies," by Lester David (Grossel and Dun-
i id's book is a fuller biography, including the early
I he family competitions, the "Spanish exam" episode at

a -a t>
HONAN l-'<)< USES ON THREE close-shot profiles at
nis lor K nnedy after Robert Kennedy's assassina-
tor the release of the Chappaquiddlck court transcript
'"' ift i his defeat by Sen. Robert Byrd of West Virginia in the
for Senate Democratic whip. Honan has a good fee] for
the :, mces of personality and their interweaving with political
tactics md he has a deep respect for the maturing that Kennedy
v a.
i man to survive such scarring experiences is not a mat-
course. Tragedy is bound to hit every one of us. None is
e Hut some are destroyed by the tragic experience, others
; -ned. Whether Edward Kennedy has in fact been deep-
ened || become clearer as he faces the exacting three months
,::;'' ihead through the end of the Democratic convention.
BOTH AUTHORS I HAVE mentioned agree that Kennedy
' open to a draft and might welcome it. Both seem to feel that
h ha> :i fateful career still to come, not only as the sole sur-
vivor ol the four political Kennedy brothers but as their suc-
in their presidential ambitions. Someday an ambitious
i dare tackle the story of all four of them, from Joseph
it. through Ted. when the ending of that story is clearer. It will
^ a dynastic story, with intense competition inside the dynasty,
but also >as Honan points out) with a clear hierarchy of suc-
11 ,. well -whose turn it was first, whose next.
mist add that, starting with John, the testings were
not only of talent but of commitment and finally of character.
11 la people's assessment of Ted's character what it was.
hal has happened to it that will prove decisive for the
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Three JewsUeorge S. Kauf-
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ception.
The performance of ihe ARVN
3rd Division in fact closely re-
sembled the performances of
some of tle green American
divisions in the first two months
of the Korean War. Fortunately,
the 3rd Division's eommandiT,
Brig. Gen. Vu Van Giai. shrewdly
reformed what remained of his
force. Meanwhile, the corps com-
mander. Gen. Hoang Xuan Lam,
rushed reinforcements north-
ward.
ON APRIL 4 this produced
the situation that ro"ghly en-
dures today. In brief, there vas
an oast-west line from the niTit'i
of the Cua Viet River to Dong Ha
and a north-south lini> running
down from Dont; Ha to Fir* bas
Bastogne and beyond, where the
ARVN 1st Division was defend-
ing the approaches to Hue.
On April 4, desipte the re-
grouping and reinfo*"Croent, al-
most everything still favored the
North Vietnamese. They rtill
had the momentum. The w-a'her
ARVN. The new ARVN positions
had not yet been s>lidified. Hut
at this point the enemy com-
mander on this front, Gen. Chu
Van Tan, made his fatal mis-
take
Gen. Tan's mistake was to
pause. Maybe he feared o'it-
running his supplies. Maybe he
was overconfident b'-ea'ise of his
initial success. Pause he d '.. at
any rate, and so he lost his -mo-
mentum, and with it, his best
chance.
GEN. TAN'S pause lasted nn-
ti] April 9, when he mounted a
massive and classic attack. Or.e
division, led by tanks, thrust
south toward Dong Ha. Another
division, also led by
thrust eastward at a po'nt in
the line guarded by ARVN ma-
rines at Firebase Ped*o. '''\.\
another division, with still more
tanks, pressed forward at Fire-
base Bastogne.
All three North Vietnamese
columns were beaten back with
fearful losses.
At Pedro alone, th* enemy
'.eft 396 men on the wire. The
approaches to Dong Ha. to Psd-
ro and to Bastogre were B'l hul
littered with knocked-out tanks.
The worst was over, too, before
10 that morning, when t'-'
weather cleared enough t> let
the South Vietnamese troop- _.ct
serious air support.
THE BIG thrust on A'vil 9
was a dismal, sanguinary fail-
ure for over a week theren I r
There was hard fighting, but
there was no important en-my
thrust. Then on April 18. Gen.
Tan ordered a second ma *o-
thrust. It was patterned on the
first. But this time the N"*-th
Vietnamese had lost both drive
and hitting power and the s !C-
ond thrust was easily repel'M.
Since then, the South Viet-
namese have been moving for-
ward, cautiously and methodic-
ally, and Gen. Tan's forces have
been losing ground. Some of the
ARVN reinforcements rushed
to the two northern provinces
are also being sent awav again
to fight in other areas of South
Vietnam. The first battle for
Quang Tri and Hue is really over,
in fact.
One must wait to see the re-
sult of the second battle. Yet
it is worth noting that the Vg-
jjest single battle of the pres-
ent fighting has been, on balance.
a solid, deeply reassuring suc-
cess for the South Vietnamese
army. There have been little
battles elsewhere that were not
successful. But to date, ARVN
has won the big one.
Gershwinshared the first Pulit-
zer Prize for a musical play for
"Of Thee I Sing."
|. The Gentian government de-
-------\ "" IcIarctMts ('efenr.ination "to fight
'igainst any attempts to jeopardise
the Jewish position."
"BERLINWhat may come as
surprise to many in America is
that the possibility of an entente
Between the Hitlerites and the
Catholics is openly diseased."
The New York Academy of Med-
icine rejectee, all gifts barring
grants to Jewish-connected insti-
tutions.
Vorposten, the Nazi organ in
the United States, ceased publica-
tion.
JTA obtained a secret document
detailing Na. i plans to force out
Jewish industrial workers and to
.' py on and defame Jewish em-
I loyers.
Rabbi Simcha Aptovitzer of Ti-
''is. 34 was re:>ortedly executed
by Soviet authorities.
Latvia's Budget Committee de-
i '(led to liquidate the republic's
only Jewish agricultural school.
"In the course of the debates,
members argued that the school
served no purpose since it only
taught Jews how to plant oranges
in Palestine."
Hermann Goering denied pub-
lished reports that Hitler had no
plans to deny Jewish rights.
"PARIS-Albert LeBrun, newly
elected President of the French
Republic, is known as a friend of
Zionism."
10 Years A Algerian Vice Premier Moham-
' med Ben Bella denied he had
| pledged troops to help "liberate"
I Palestine.
Yevgeny1 levfushenRS denied
i hat his ix>em "Babi Yar" de-
iKMinced continuing Soviet anti-
Semitism: "I wanted to show that
I anti-Semitism has no relationship
; :o the spirit of the Russian peo-
| ,;!e." he said.
Eg/pt said its restoration of re-
; latiens with France depended on
that country's breakoff with Is-
tael.
Yosef Tekoah, Israel ambassadoi
to Brazil, was named envoy to the
USSR.
One Jew was killed and seven
seriously injured as Moslems re-
newed attacks on the Jewish quar-
ter of Oran, Algeria.
Two teenagers "out for a lark."
committed the third desecration
rf Jewish cemeteiies in Newark.
N.J.. within a week.
Israel was 14. Premier Ben-
I'.urion said: "The way ahead is
still long and difficult, and strewn
with pitfalls and dangers."
Ex-President Truman called for
i "firm" U.S. policy in achieving
^ Mideast settlement.
The Workmen's Circle con-
demned both Germanys for "fail-
are to rooi out the remnants of
Nazism."
Ex-President Eisenhower lauded
'he anti-Zionist American Council
or Judaism for "furthering under-
standing of traditional American
principles."
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Fran Glusbakow of Temple Me-
norah and Iiv Reinherd of Beth
David, convention chairmen re-
; orted liiat th" involvement of the
KM delegates In the Creative Arts
program enhanced the total con-
.., i ol the onvention theme which
fo r..l all USY'ers aware of some
aspect ol "The Song of Songs"
through their research prior to the
convention.
Joseph Golden of Beth Torah
Congregation, president-elect of
! the Southeast Region. United Syn-
o ogue of America, announced
the following winners at the clos-
ing ceremonies of the convention. '
In the Literary category: 1st
:./( i'ra.er for Love," Deena
Safer, Jacksonville Jewish Center;
-i>d prize -an original musical
composition by Minday Fleissig of;
Beth Torah Congregation; 3rd \
pi izea poem by Sue Schler. Tem-
,>le Beth Sholom, Satellite Beach, j
In the art category: 1st place--
Alisa Cohn. Vemple ^eth Israel,
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Calder Race Course
Beginning 2nd Season
Calder Race Course opens for
its second season of thoroughbred I
racing Saturday. The 132-day sea-
j son will hare a daily post time of
1:45 p.m. For the first month of;
I racing it will be nine races Mod. !
| day through Friday and ten on
Saturdays.
The daily double will begin ac-
tivities. Then on the second and
succeeding Taces there will be per-1
fectas. Fans can have a go at the i
popular 'trifecta" on the fifth ami
final races each afternoon. Pay-1
olfs on the "trifecta" (similar to I
the perfecta but you have to sue-!
cessfully forecast the first, second, '
and third place finishers in pre- j
cise order) have ranged into thou- j
sands of dollars.
Fort Lauderdale, for a pencil
sketch; 2nd place a linoleum
print of Israeli dancers by Jamie
Raymun of Beth David; and 3rd
placea plaque submitted L... Marc
Lv-vy of Beth David.
For the area of crafts: 1st place
for their presentation of the Song
;f Songs on copper went to Rubin
R'.'in and .Mike Wise of Temple
Israel, Orlando; 2nd place net
point by Nancy Sherman,
Is-ael, St. Petersburg; and 3rd
place -a picture madi >l .'am by
Cindy Aaronson of Beth David
Special recognition was given to
a large plastic picture piesented
by Temple Beth Shalom ; SY,
Hollywood.
Honorable Mention was given to ,
ie Kaufman. B'nal Israel. St.
Peteisb irg for a fell banner; I
i Rossman, Temple Israel,
Orlando, for a metal sculpture;
;'nd Ruth Wagner of B'nai Ra-
p.inel..
I'SY is the teen organization af-
filiated with the United Syna-
gogue of America, the Conservative
n ovement of Judaism, with Re-
gional headquarters in Coral Ga-
bles. Marshall Baltuch is Regional
Director of the Department of
Youth Activities: Dr. Howard Oser
of Orlando. Regional Youth Com-
mission chairman, and A. J. Gittel-
son, Regional executive director of
United S -nagogue of America.
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Rabbi Leon Kronish of Temple Beth Sholom
is shown delivering an address at the re-
cent installation meeting of the South Florida
Chapter of the American Society for Tech
nion. On the dais, (from left to right) are
David Giesser, Southern Regional director;
Abraham A. Grunhut, vice president of
Washington Federal Savings & Loan Asso-
ciation, and first vice president of the So-
ciety; Rabbi Kronish, installing officer, Meyer
A. Baskin, founding president of the society
and member of the board of directors; Dr.
Abraham S. Fischler, president of Nova
University, guest speaker, and Norman J.
Kasser, president of the South Florida
Chapter.
W m
i
In honor of the 91st birthday of Louis Bor-
genicht, (seated) tf* oldest resident of the
Miami Beach Hebrew Home for the AgeJ,
B'nai B'rith Freedom Lodge 2421 presented a
check to the Home, to be used to care for
the indigent and needy there. Pictured (from
left to right) are Lodge officers David Sperber,
John Diamond and Herman J. Nudelman,
(president), Leonard Zilbert, president of the
Home, Irving Weingart of Freedom Lodge,
Sidney Siegel, executive vice president of
the Home and Mr. Borgenicht.
At the Temple Beth Am-Israel Bonds Dinner in the Fontaine-
leau Hotel Saturday evening, Michael Litvak, director of
State of Israel Bonds, and Dr. Herbert Baumgard, (at left)
spiritual leader of Temple Beth Am, presented the State of
srael Shalom Award to Gloria and Leonard Luria, honorees.
At right are Dr. Maxwell Dauer, chairman of the event, and
*, Arieh Plotkin, special guest of the evening. Dr. Plct-
in, a former officer in the Israel defense forces, is a recog-
ized authority on International Relations and Middle East-
n> Affairs.
Michael Litvak, (left) director of the State of
Israel Bonds for the Greater Miami area who
presented the State of Israel Shalom Award,
and Sidney and Martha Engelhardt, the re-
cipients, are shown with Herman Oberman,
host chairman, and Ellison Kosoff, chairman
of the Thursday evening, April 27, "Night
in Israel" event at Harbour House.
Louis and Jean Siegel, honorees at the recent Arlen House
Night in Israel" held under the auspices of the Israel
Bond Committee, received the State of Israel Shalom Award
from Jack R. Niedorf, (left) chairman of the event which fea-
'ed entertainment by Lila Savitt and Joey Russell. Irving
Cypers served as honorary chairman; cochairmen were
Nyl Amstey, Charles Favish, Carl Schlesinger and Mit-
chell M. Wolfe.
Pictured at the recent Paramedical Seminar
on Emergency Care and Transportation ii
the Sick and Injured at Mount Sinai Medical
Center are, (from left to right) Alvin Gold-
berg, the Medical Center's director; Miss
Virginia Dressier, assistant director of nurs-
ing; Dr. Lester Russin, seminar chairman;
Miss Ruth Freas, Dr. Thomas J. Zaydon, Dr.
Everett Shocket, Dr. Jose Landa and Dr. Kan-
hong Kim.


Peoe 14-A
'Jfwiitncr/ldflar,
Fridoy, Mc-v S u
Capital Spofligfcf:
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
Fulbright And His 'Cold War Relics'
THOSE WHO AGREE with Senator J. W. Ful-
bright (D-Ark.) that news broadcasts by Radio
Free Europe and Radio Liberty into Communist
Kastcrn Europe and the Soviet Union are "relics of
the cold war" ought to see what Soviet propagand-
ists are doing and then ask the senator what about
THOSE "relics."
In the first place, the Soviet government con-
tinually jams western broadcasts beamed to its
peoples. Moscow radio, however, is not hampered
and has never been in any of its emissions to the
West. Soviet propagandists plead lor accommoda-
tion with the West- "peaceful co-existence" they
call it. Some Westerners, fearful that China's hun-
dreds of millions might some day roll westward
through Siberia toward Europe's rich old cities
Israel Newsletter
By CARL AlPERT
Women's Lib In Israel
THE WOMEN'S LIB MOVEMENT does not seem to be
making much headway in Israel, despite repeated at*
tempts by some ardent advocates of the cause.
One effort was ma :e on the political
front. Shocked by the sudden realiza-
tion that there are only eight women in
the 120-member Knesset, as against 12
in the previous Knesset, some woman
took to the barricades. Furthermore, in
I the last national convention of the in-
fluential HiStadTUt women accounted for
only eight and seven tenths per cent or
the delegates and this in a socialist
movement which prides itself on cgalitarianism.
The conclusion: a resounding call for the establish-
ment of a women's political party in Israel which would
afford this underprivileged 50C of the people their right-
ful representation. "Let's take things into our own
hands," cried Vaffa Yankclcvitz.
"Ice call fell on deaf ears.
in-the meantime, the movement was launched on
another front. Dr. Masha Friedman, lecturer in philoso-
phy at Haifa University, gathered about her a group of
some 20 women who raised the flag of Women's Libera-
tion.
A new call was issued to "the downtrodden, enslaved
women of Israel." Dr. Friec'man described the victimiza-
tion to which the Israeli woman is subjected: she is
slave to home and family, laundrywoman, cook, shopper
and the one who picks up the family socks off the floor
The plight of the modern woman leads to psychoses and i<
the reason why women, more than other sexes, have hys-
teria and nervous breakdowns.
In practical action, the scream was reduced to a
whimpering request to Haifa University to provide nurs-
eries to care for the chiklren of married students while
they were at class.
"Women! Women! Women!" proclaimed the bald
headlines of large ads in the Hebrew press. Women's Lib?
No, this was an appeal to the ladies to help meet the
labor shortage: "You are needed in the labor market be-
cause of the all-around shortage of hands. You can ljelp.
If you will take a job, you will aid the national economy,
receive an income to raise your family's standards, and
get a new element of personal satisfaction in your life.
. Your country' needs you!" the appeal doses with
patriotic fervor.
Th* results have not been conspicuous. The women
point out that they have to hire someone to take care
of their children, and so long as this is not considered an
expense which may be deducted lor income tax purposes,
it's not worth their while. "We might as well stay home
and take care of our own kids." they say.
The ensuing public discussion did uncover one strange
inequality. The present law prohibits the employment of
the "weaker" sex at night, except by very special permis-
sion. But the night shifts arc the ones that pay much
better, and so the women are excluded from these oppor-
tunities.
One of the crusaders of the movement to equalize
women's rights is the fiery attorney and former Knesset
member, Shulamit Aloni. However, even she admits that
"social equality" can sometimes lead to strange results.
Ilk" that of 11m? hospital nurse, unmarried and without
children, who demanded and was granted a 3-month
"maternity leave" from her job, so she would have the
same privileges as her married colleagues.
And in all the talk of Women's Lib, women's enslave-
ment and unequal rights, one voice is not heard that
of Israel's prime minister.
want the Soviet on their side. That and more com-
mercial benefits. If some little people are crushed
in the bargain, does that matter in the vast sweep
of history?
To avoid any possibility of nuclear war, Amer-
ican detente with Moscow is essential but it need
not and should not be one-siied. Every sane person
yearns for cooperation among all nations to wage
continuous campaigns on man's common enemies
racism, bigotry, ignorance, disease, poverty. Why,
therefore, can't the Soviets surrender a 'relic' or
two in the interests of compromise?
On American soil and in the English language,
the Soviet Embassy issues "news" from an oflicia!
Soviet media the Nosvosti Press Agency. Here
Bile small examples of its recent "reports" to the
American people:
1) The "purpose" of "international Zionism."
says Novosti, "is to distort the truth about the
position of Soviet Jews, play down the ills of Israeli
society and to complicate Soviet relations with
other countries. Such activity harms the nat'onal
Interests of countries where Zionist centers have
been able to establish themselves."
2i Castigating Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn's
"August 1914," Novosti says The Washington Post
correspondent in Moscow, Anatole Shub, believes
the novel "is an accusation leveled at the Soviet
Union and its social system Anatole Shub..
nasal twang distinctly resounds from the front 'OWS
of the world Zionist choir."
If this and Ambassador Yakov Malik's exem-
plifications ol "civilized behavior" at the United
Nations are too "parochial" for some who are r-a/y
to surrender what the Soviets demand for "co-
existence" then perhaps they might listen about
Today's Thought By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
All The News?
CINCK I HAD TO spend most of the day in my
car, I decided to tune in all-news radio station.
As I listened, I discovered that the term, all-news,
was a misnomer. True, the station
gave me news, but actually it se-
lected about a dozen items every
15 minutes and the same items were
repeated in the same language.
Furthermore, lie fore you got
any news, you had to listen to the
usual hucksterism. The announcer
would give you a bit of news and
then he would pause to give n
advertiser. The "word" was a
"word from an
graph at least.
para-
Or. occasionally, you would be fee? a headline
and be told. "More, after this." "This" would often
be a series of raucous sounds, with a group staging
or some kind of simpering dialogue designed to
prove that this airline or that clothing company or
such and such a product would solve
problems.
t'e one of my
And then there were the weather forecasts
Every five minutes the announcer would tell m-
what the weather was going to be, and announced
the temperature. And before the announcer wa.
finished giving you the weather, he was already re
pcating it. In between times, he told you that 'soon
he was going to give the weather. And every once
in a while he reminded you that he gives you the
weather, often.
When I got home. I read the newspaper and
discovered that half of the items in my paper C1(
not even mentioned by the 24-hour radio stetUn
that Is supposed to give me "continuous news"
rcrhaps they ought to call their fare, "Some of
the news, again and again."
Soviet propaganda to Dr. Richard Pipes who ;
professor of history and director of Harvard rni
sity's Russian Research Center and a Harvard a',
ulty member for 22 years.
Professor Pipes gave his views in a mcmorai,.
dum to the Senate at the request of the subcommiT.
tee on National Security and International Opera-
tions headed by Sen. Henry M. Jackson (D-Wash
who made it public. The subcommittee is making
study of international negotiation.
"An often successful technique employed 1
Moscow is to turn the tables on the opponent V
confusing the real issues at stake," Professor Pipv
wrote. "A classic example is Soviet propaganda i
the present Israeli-Egyptian dispute."
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Mr. Bcrmant traces the early hi
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IH5AI NOTvCE
TrnLNTY judges court
E ,n AND FOR
0E COUNTY. FLORIDA
*OC PROBATE
NO. 72-1849
,,0TICE TO CREDITORS
KATTXKR
_ nnd All Persona Hav-
. Demand* Against Saia
_ | eby notified and re-
. ,.,. -. r.i any claim* and do-
\,'i i.,u may hay* against
..,!,..,. EMMA RATTNBR dc-
Dade County, Florida,
onntj Judges of Dade County,
ilif v..ni' in duplicate and uk
Section 73*.NT. Florida
in ihelr offices in the Co-jn-
lt:,.u- In l'"1'- County, Flor-
lx L-uleudar months from
, of Ihe find publication hore-
ihe Wim will he hailed.
,, Miami, Florida, this 12th
-pril. A P. IMS.
RUSK IIOOHSTIM
As Executrix
publication of this notice on
,,i ,.: April, 1*78.
p SHAPIRO
1 '"r Estate
lii IiJ Miami Beach, Fl.
4.14-21-23 G/5
NOTICE UNDER
riCTITIOUS NAME LAW
TICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
reigned, desiring to engage in
under the fictitious name of
..T EXECUTIVE CENTER at
.-.i Drive, Miami, Florida in-
.. register said name with the
( ihe ClrotUt Court of Dade
Florida.
\\ N llol.TZMAN. Trustee
stole Owner
4 14-31-21 5 :.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1340
FRANK B. DOWLING
, NOT,CE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate ,,f
A.N.NIK C. MINOR
Deceased,
To aii Creditors and au Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate;
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you mav have against
the estate of ANNIE C. MINOR do-
ceased late ol Dade County. Florida
to the County Judges of Dade County!
nnd file the same in duplicate and as
provided In Election 7SS.lt, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Pad,- County Flor-
ida, Within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will he barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 3 dav
of April. A.P. 1972.
CLINTON JONES
As Administrator
First publication of this notice on
the 14 day of April, 1i7'J
PA VIP SI. OONSHAK, ESQ.
Attorney for Estate of Annie C. Minor
1497 N.W 7th Street
Miami, Florida 33125
4/14-21-2R 5/5
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1283
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
ROSE M. FRANKEL
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate: ,,,,
You-1 Br*" hereby noffflen an.I re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which >ou may have against
the estate of ROBE M. FRANKEL
deceased late of Pad.- County, Flor-
ida, to the County Judges or Dade
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided in Section 733 ill
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 bnrred.
Dated at .Miami, Florida, this 13
day of April, A.D. 1972.
HENRY FRANKEL
As Administrator
First publication of this notice on
the 21 day of April. 1972.
, ItAXTER & FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Administrator of Estate
of ROSE If. FRANKEL
1X7.". N.E 163rd Street
N.M.B., Florida
4/21-23 B/6-1J
LEGAL NOTICt
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
r-CTITIOUS NAME LAW
i: IS HEREBY GIVEN that
i desiring to engage in
... undei the fictitious name of
,...\l. DIESEL COMPANY (noI
\ u North River Drive,
Fin ti nds to register said
..di the clerk of the Circuit
Dad. i 'unity, Florida,
CHARLES KIEDEL
.14-21-28 ". .-.
NOTICE OF ACl lu
CONSTRUCTIVE SErtVICE
tNO PROPERT V)
-E CIRCLiT COURT OF THh
E-ENTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
) FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
C 'IL ACTION NO. 72-7577
C-ION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
lARKI.ViE OF
AiLAin. DIAZ,
Husband
and
HILDA PEREZ DIAZ.
Wife
' : llll.PA PEREZ DIAZ
l>B Itoses Street
Freeport, Ix.ng Island
New York
ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
..Mien for Pissolusion of Mai-
- been tiled against you and
* required to serve n copy of
Iteii defenses, If any, to It
VK J WEISS, ESQ., attorney
;'.....r. whose address is 844
Street. Miami, Florida, 33130


<:
nd file the original Will,
of ihe above styled court on
May 20. 1972; otherwise a
"in i.....nteied against you
relief demanded In the com-
pelition
lot Ice shall he published once
elt for four consecutive weeks
IE JEW ISH FLORIDLAN.
TN'ESS my hand and Ihe seal
nil at Miami, Florida on
i> "f April. 1972.
H I.i:\THERMAN,
k tlerk, Circuit Court
todi Cunty, Florida
Uy: C 1' COPEl AND
As Deputy Clerk
I Court Seal)
- KISS, ESQ.
'( Street
Florida 33130
: for Petitioner
t r21-28 5/3-12
. NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
'1' K IS HEREBY OPEN that
uslerslgiied, desiring to engage in
--uii.!, i the fictitious name of
'ITI.Kl: CLUB, INC. d/b/a
l: CLUB at Miami, Pade
jr. Florida, Int.nils to register
name with the Clerk of the Clr-
t'iiUl",;.'L":"1'' County, Florida.
TflR i I TI,ER CLUB. INC
bkT S: '"'"'. I'resideiit
1> 8IRKIN. P.A,
2T>* (or Applicant
"';:!'";'1- Federal Bldg.
Florida 33131
." f-12-19-20
C,N0J'CE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
Thc 'N p"OPERTY)
EVFiSVLCUIT C0URT OF THE
3fIJ'Zd1^UDICIAL circuit
r.RIDAl IN AN FOR
rio0ADE COUNTY.
lACTl*5TION NO. 72-7520
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Wmleiil
Vg c I.EA8B
****** gt,
*"K HEREBY NOTIFIED
I'-- h ;r,M1 "solu,io" "s *
" reauir ,',' i,K,li"s' rou nd
ri..!u"''' '" s"rv" eopjr of
uefeases,
IN THE 11TH CIRCUIT COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 72-8534
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
. IN RE: The marriage of
, JE^VN a. MII.IEN, husbarid
and I.IA MII.IEN-. Wife.
YOU, I.IA MII.IEN, residence Mar-
tuutaa No. ii:,T, 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 80, 1972, or else petition will
be confessed
Dated: April -';. 1972.
I). B. I.eallierman
Clerk. Circuit Court
Bj R. M KISSES
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit cun Scat)
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. 72-8455
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
The Marriage of
SANDRA ANN KRAMER, Wife
an.l
| AI-AN .1. KRAMER. Husband
, TO: AUX .1. KRAMER
c o Alsoil Motel
P. O. Bos 11
Sprii^lake. New Jersey 07762
vor AltK HEREBY NOTIFIED
, that an action for Dissolution of Mnr-
, riage has been filed against you and
! you are required to serve a copy of
t your written defenses, if anv. to It
i on David M. tionshak. attorney for
Petitioner, who...' address is 14*7
i Northwest 7th Street, Miami. Flor-
; Ida 3212.".. and file the original with
i the clerk of the above styled court
Ion or before June l. 1972; otherwise
a default Mill be entered against you
for the relief demanded ill the com-
! plaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
I each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH I'l.olSIPlAN.
witness my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
25 day of Anril. IH72.
E b. I.EATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Pad,- County. Florida
By C P. COPEI.ANl)
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
David M, flonshak
14f7 Northwest 7ih Street
Miami. Florida M12I1
Attorney for Petitioner
4/2S .' .-.-12-1!'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desirine to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
AMERICAN HANDBAGS CO. at us
N.E. 71th Street, Miami. Florida In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Pade
County. Florida.
BTO-SERI'M LAPS. INC.
a Florida corporation
By: ALBERTO DELGADO,
President
Sole Owner
ROODMAN HOLTZMAN, ESQS.
Attorneys for Bin-Serum Labs, Inc.
i inn Concord Building
Miami, Florida
l 18 :. --.-12-ls
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
NORTHWEST SHE!.I, SERVICE
STATION at :!fi"l N.W. 7th Avenue.
.Miami, Florida intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Pad.- County. Florida.
ARDIYOS CORP.
a Florida corpora lion
MARKITS, WINTER A SPIT ALE
Attorneys at I.aw
2251 S W. 22nd Street
Miami, Florida X'.IC
4/J1-28 .'--12
if
copy
any, to
it
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Ml ,;'i ,','"., Horlda. and file the
.1 ,,. !' 'n clerk of ti. above
eiherwi,"" ",'" .before May 19,
N In ,i '" (nr 'he relief de-
I* .,.,.' "'midalnt or petition,
,, '" -hall be published once
"' JEw'iinur05I!'i*0UUv weeks
T.Nlss ;SH ''"KIPIAN
.:.;.,-, "y, 'V',.'1 i'"1 'he seal
- VCi.^'- ,i,or",:, 011
" '.VJRATHBRMAN.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
A-l AMERICAN CONSTRUCTION
CO. at w N.E. 73rd Street, Miami.
Florida intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Pade County. Florida
MEDICAL DIAGNOSTIC CENTER,
INC.
By: APOl.FO tH'HOA. President
SOLE OWNER
GOODMAN \- HOLTSSMAN
Attorneys for Medical Diagnostic
Center. Inc.
1100 Concord Pullding
Miami. Florida 33130
4 S3 I 5-12-19
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 72-1786
IN PROBATE
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To RE: Kstate of
MAN ZIRINSKY
I lei eased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Saul
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
tin- estate of .\|.\x ZlRCs'SKY de-
ceased late of Dade County Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 7SS.18, Florida
Statutes, In their offices in the Couu-
I ty Courthouse in pade County. Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Paled at Miami. Florida, this 16
day of April. A.D. I72.
PONAIJ) ZtTRIN
a/k.'a DONALD ZERN
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
ihe 14 day of Anril. 1972.
MYERS. KAPI.AN. PORTER.
I.EV1NSON & KEN1N
E Bruce Alexander
Attorney for Executor
1160 B.W. 1st Street. Miami. Fin.
4/14-21-21 5 '
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1907
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
CHAItl.ES I.L'DWIO
Deceased.
I To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims ami de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of CHARLES I.I'PWIC.
deceased late of Pade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Pade County,
and file the same in duplicate ami as
provided ill Section 733. It, Florida
Siatutes. in then* offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Pad.- County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Pale.I at Miami. Florida, lids 14
day of April. A.P. 1972
ANNA I tmWTfl
SIMEON P. SPEAR
As Executors
First publication of this notice on
the 21 day of April. 1972.
SIMON. HAYS & GRl'NDWERO
By: MOSES J. oitr.Npu Eld;
Attorney for Executors
608 Alnsley Building
Miami. Florida SS132
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desirlnsj to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
I. S KNIGHT. LTD. at 1801 Bay
Road, .Miami Bench, Florida Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Pade County,
Florida,
DATED: March 14. 1972,
Barbara Pubbin. President
Imnorl Center. Inc.
1801 Pay Ho.,,|
Miami Beach, Florida
i .a\. renee c. Porter
Myers, Kaplan, Porter la-vi'uson A
Kenln
Attorneys for Import Center. Inc.
Suite l"t. 11' S.W. First Street
.Miami. Florida 33130
371-9041
4 28 r, .",-12-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious names of
JONETTE SALES and .IONETTE EN-
TERPRISES at 147H.-. N.W 22nd
Court, Opa Locks, Florida a30'>4 In-
tends to register said names with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida
BARHEN CORP.. a Florida
corporation
By: SIDNEY QERBER
President
HARRY ZIKERNICK
Attorney for Am.li.ant
420 Lincoln Itoad, Miami Beach, Fin.
t It 5/5-12-19 i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-944 (Dowling)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In HE: Estal.....
FANNETTE B. RIFKIN
I deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
fcVUtt.
Vou are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims ami de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of FANNETTE B, RIFKIN
deceased late of Dade County, Florida,
t.. ti... County Judge* 0f Pad.- County,
and file the same in duplicate nnd as
provided in Section 738.18, Florida
statutes, in their offices iii the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Pade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barrel.
Pat.-.l ,u Miami. Florida, this IB
day ol April. A.P. 1972,
MORTON RIFKIN
As Executor
i-'irst publication of ti,i notice on
the 2S .lay of April, 11.72
JACK J, TAPPER
Attorney f..r Executor
1700 N.W. 7 Street
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. 72-7989
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARR1AC.E OF
PETRONA MENENDEZ, Wife
and
PEDBHICO MENENDEZ, Husband
TO: FEDERICO MENENDEZ
k;i Ft. Washington
New York, N.Y.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been tiled against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
y..ur written defenses, If anv, to it
on Gl'Ii.I.KRMO SOSTCHIN, attor-
ned for Petitioner, whose address is
H'l N.W. 12ih Avenue. Miami. Fla.
33128, and file Ihe original with the
clerk of the above style.I court on or
before May 2(1, 1072: otherwise n ,i..-
fault wll. I" entered agalnsl you for
the relief demanded in the complain!
or pei uion,
Thi- notice shall be 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
IS day of April. 1972.
E It. I EATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Pade County. Florida
By N. A. HEWBTT
As Deputy Clerk
(Cii, uii Court Seal)
STONE & SOSTCHIN
Uii N.W. 12 Avenue
Miami, Florida 33123
Attorney for Petitioner
4/21-29 -.-12
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-8445
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
IN RE: MARRIAGE OF:
OF MARRIAGE
QARRBTT ItHll.L.
and
MARSHA F. BRILL.
TO: MARSHA F. PRILL
2016 Windover Street
Pittshurg, Pennsylvania
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution Of Mar-
riage has 1.....n filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if anv. to it
on MAX P. ENGEL, attorney for
PetHloner, whose address is 14"" N.W.
l"ih Avenue. Suite 17-G, Miami. Flor-
ida, and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court on
or before June 1, 11.72: otherwise a
default Will be entered against you
for the relief demanded In the com-
plaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive Weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
witnfss my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami. Florida oil this
23 day of April, 1972.
i: B. I.EATHERMAN.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Pade County. Florida
By c. P, COPELAND
As p.initv Clerk
i< ii.tiit Curl Seali
.man p, i:.ni;i:i,
140(1 N.W. l'Mii Avenue Suite 17-0
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
4 '28 .". 5-12-19
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
72-8089
SUIT FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
ROBERT HARBOUR, Husband,
BVBLYN K. BARBOUR, Wife.
TO: EVELYN K. BARBOUR
80! Winding Way
lake Jackson. Texas
You. Evelyn K, Harbour, are here-
by notified that a l'elltlon for dis-
solution of Marriage has been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Petition on the Peti-
tioners attorney, Sanford II. Kramer,
1150 N.W. 14th Street. Suit. M0.
.Miami, Florida and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
ihe ci.ik of the circuit Court on or
before ihe 2 day of June, 1972. It' you
fail to do so. Judgment by default will
be taken against you for the relief
demanded in the Petition,
This lattice shall be publish.'.I once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.OR1P1AN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 19 day of April A.D. 1!'72.
K. H. LEATHERMAN, clerk.
Circuit Court. Pade County, Florida
By: R. M. KISSER
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
SANFORD H, KRAMER
Attorney for Robert Itarboiir
ll.-.M N.W. llih Street. Suite li'li)
Miami. Florida 33133 (377-4004)
t 88 S (-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. 72-8069
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Mariiag. ,,f
FRED I.. KAPLAN, '
Petitioner
and
ANNAIJEI.I.A V. KAPLAN.
Respondent.
TO: AN.NAPEI.I.A V KAPI.AN
ISO West 79th street
New York, Mow York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
(hat tin action for Dissolution of .Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to set v.- a copy of
your written defenses, if anv, to it
on GEORGE SAMPAS, attorney for
Petitioner, whose addiess is 420 IJn-
coln Road. Room 211. .Miami Reach,
Honda 33139, and file the original
with the clerk of the above styled
court on or before May 24, 1972; other-
wise, a default will be entered againet
you for the relief demanded in the
complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week "
In
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal ol
said court at Miami, Florida on
19 day of April. 1972.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Pade County. Florida
Uy I.. 8NEEDEN
. As Deputy Clerk
n ir. tut Court Seal)
CEokoe SAMPAS, E.-y.
42" IJucoln Road, Rooom 211
Miami peach, Florida 33139
Attorney pr Petitioner
4/21-28 :.
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOT,, ,.; ,s HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
bllsln
business uii.br the fictitious name of
ARLEN WINDOW CLEANING COM-
PANY at to" King- Polnl Drive, North
.Miami I leach, Fla. Intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
Miami_ p,-a. h. Fla. intends to' r.-gisi-
Cli
i.la.
ERROL I. ROTHSCHILD
Kwltney & Kroop
Attorney* for applicant
42" Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla,
4 21-28 '. .".-12
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1851
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
FANNY WANG.
I le.'eased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing < talma 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 FANNY WANG de-
ceased late of Dado County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Hade County '
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.18, Florida
Siatutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Pade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the lime of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this IS
day of April. A P. 1972
.MIRIAM WOl.K
As Executrix
Flry! publication of this notice on
the 21 day of April. 1972
RICHARD I. KROOP
RICH ARD I. KROOP. KWlTNiCY ft
l\ ROOP
Attorney for Executrix
42" Lincoln Road, Miami Peach. FIs,
4/21-2S :,'.-,-!
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register said name with the Clerk ol
the circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
FORTUNATO s. CORTINA
42S 3/5-12-1*
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE J
No. 72-1959
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
PA YIP WEI.NRAl'CH
P......nsed.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified nnd re-
quired to ores,-hi any claim.- and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of HAVID W F.I.NR Al'Clf
deceased late of Dude County, Flor-
deceased li......f Dade County,
Florida, to the county Judges of
Pade County, and file Ihe same in
duplicate and as provided in Section
733.16, Florida Statutes, in their of-
fices in the County Courthouse In
Pad.- County. Florida, Within all cal-
endar months from the lime of the
first publication hereof, or the same
will be barred.
Pat.-.l at Miami. Florida, this 20
day of April. A.I). 1972.
PETTY WEI.NRAl'CH
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 23 day of April. 1972,
JOSEPH SCHMIER
Attorney for Bxecutrix
60." Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Fla.
J 28 :. .-.-12-19 .
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
I.l'CKY PICK STABLES at 12708
N.W. 2nd Street, Dade County, Flor-
ida intend to register said name with
the Cl.rk of the Circuit Court of
I >;<<\<' i !ounty, Florida.
Robert J. N'erney :,ic\' Owner
Dorine N'erney .-...', Owner
PAN SATIN
Attomej for applicant
2.". West Flagler Street I
Suite 1187 I
Miami. Florida 33130
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Ifewish Flaridian
News Briefs
Miami
Florida Friday, May 5, 1972
Section B
From An Economic Point Of
IView, 1971 Was A Good Year
By AMOS BEN-VEBED
jTA Middle East Bureau Chief
JERUSALEM In 1971, pri-
vate consumption in Israel rose by
only '- of Vi per capita, after no
rise ai all in 1970. Prices and sal-
aries, on the other hand, soared,
as did public expenditures. But the
latter includes the purchase of
arm.1- and a reduction in it, there-
fore, cannot be regarded as a
blessing.
Exports rose by an almost un-
precedented 169?.. and investment
Increased by 119?. Taken al! to-
gether, this set of figures pub-
lish.-^ by the Central Bureau of
Statistics here bears out what
Finance Minister Pinhas Sapir re-
cently told the Knesset: from an
economic point of view, 1971 was
a good year.
Many Israelis may not agree as
far as they, personally, are con-
cerned Prices of goods and serv-
ices available in Israel rose in 1971
by an average of 13^i'~?. and the
average salary rise was 15'.4%. A
rise oi two per cent is normally
considered no rise at all it is
ascribed to a "wage creep"; sen-
iority increments, natural ad-
vancement, etc. In other words,
the salaried employee ended up
exactly even, despite a wage packet
bulging with more bills.
The fact is reflected in the use
made oi the money. Purchases of
durable goods were down again
six per cent per capita, after a
decrease of 18% in 1970; of this,
household appliances showed the
steepest decline (129? > and again
within this category the item most
affected was television sets; a dive
of 309! in sales. Outlay, at con
stant prices, for clothing and its
accessories including shoes fell by
one per cent, while consumption
of fix id ro=e by 1V4'%.
Public spending remained steady-
in 1971 despite reduced defense
import-. The latter was not of
Israel's making; some items such
as uiin planes, were simply not
supplied to her. The result was
an increase of six per cent in
spending on civilian projects.
Again, economists mav deerv this
but it cannot be all bad: the coun-
try is sadly behind in all that con-
cern-, schools, hospitals, road con-
itruction and the infrastructure
in general.
There was some improvement in
efficiency: Israel's Gross National
Producl rose by seven per cent, or
four per cent capita, but the num-
ber of total work-hours ros'- by-
only three per cent. The rise of
seven per cent in the GNP is n-.od-
esl when compared to the boom
years of 1968 and 1969, when it
rose by 14'2'" and nine per cent
respectively. But one has to con-
sider the use made of the rise as
we'l as the future itself.
For example: imports of goods
an services rose by nine per cent
at constant prices in 1971, com-
pared to 16-179? in each of the
previous two years. Exports, on
the other hand, took a great leap
forward: 16r! at constant j*ri*w
1971. after a 109?. rise in 1970.
In other words, as Israelis snapped
ut) fewer goods in 1971 (because
price rises equalled or exceeded sal-
ary increases) the goods were di-
verted 10 export.
Another example: what the
economists call "domestic capital
formation" that is investment
in machinery, building and con-
struction works, livestock, etc.
rose by lM at constant prices.
Economists believe that chances
of keeping salaries down in 197*.
iare slim. In 1970 they rose by
an average of 17^9? in 1971 by
15V49?, The factor that pushed
them up full employment and
a shortage of skilled manpower
still exists. But price increases in
1968 and 1969 were only two to
rise in 1970. In these previous
years, therefore, the Israeli had
much more free money and con-
sequently bought more goods. The
question is whether or not price
increases accompanying the salary
increases are good or bad for the
economy.
Finance Minister Sapir correctly
pointed out that rising prices,
combined with an increase in the
means of payment (free money)
are a road to inflation. Therefore
higher taxation, especially indirect
taxes, may be imposed to siphon
off the excess purchasing power.
This will keep Israeli goods off the
local market, and may lead to a
further increase in exports.
The major consideration in the
balance of payments equation,
though, is the defense factor. Pri-
vate spending can be controlled
only up to a point in a democracy,
especially under full employment
conditions. Therefore, civilian pub-
lic spending will have to be de-
creased unless the increased im-
ports are wholly paid for abroad,
which is most unlikely. In other
words, public service will decrease,
and this usually means that it is
the underprivileged who will be
affected most.
Dr. Lehrman Hits JDL Ad
Calling For Mass Aliyah
NEW YORK (JTA) Irving
Lehrman, president of the Syna-
gogue Council of America, has
branded the Jewish Defense
league "irresponsible merchants
of doom" for exhorting American
Jews to emigrate to Israel be-
cause a new holocaust could hap-
ien in the United States.
Dr. Lehrman, spiritual leader of
Temple Emanu-El, Miami Beach,
ieferred to a JDL advertisement
that appeared last week in the
New York Times announcing an
emergency conference to be held
Sunday at the McAlpin Hotel to
organize the "mass aliya" of Am-
erican Jews.
In a statement on behalf of the
Synagogue Council, the coordinat-
ing body of Conservative Reform
and Orthodox Judaism in the
United States, Dr. Lehrman said,
"After Auschwitz there is no Jew
anywhere in the world who can
say with certainty 'it cannot hap-
pen here.'
"But the moral of that truth
for American Jews, as for all Am-
erican citizens, is that we must
redouble our vigilance to make
certain that it will not happen
here. For neither Israel, nor the
civilized world as we know it could
survive such an eventuality in the
United States which is still the
best hope for mankind."
Jewish Groups Condemn Escalation
NEW YORK (JTA) Tho Jewish organizations have de-
manded that the United States pull out of the escalating Vietnam
war. A resolution of the national governing council of the American
Jewish Congress, condemning the "massive escalation" of the war
in Southeast Asia, urged the Nixon administration to set July 1 as
the date for a complete withdrawal of all U.S. forces and a cessa-
tion of hostilities and the National Council of Jewish Women called
on the U.S. government to withdraw all American troops and re-
sume the peace negotiations in Paris.
Israel May Sell Planes To Israel
RIO DE JANEIRO (JTAI Israeli Gen. Ariel Sharon, a lead-
ing military figure who has seen action from Haganah days to the
Six-Day War, was received here several days ago by Gen. Idaho
Sardnberg, chief of the Brazilian Army's General Staff. According
to reports, they discussed the possibility of Israel's sale to Brazil ot
the Israeli version of the French Mirage warplane.
Medical Abortions Increase 30-50%
JERUSALEM (JTA) An epidemic of German measles during
the past two months has brought about a rise of between 30-509?
in the number of medical abortions performed in Israeli hospitals,
it was reported. The disease can cause death or malformation of an
unborn infant if contracted by the mother during the first three
months of pregnancy. Medical abortions are legal in Israel and free
for members of the sickfunds
Anti-Semitic Acts Intended As 'Test'
ROME (JTA 1 Leaders of Italy's Jewish community warn
that a rash of anti-Semitic acts by Italian neo-Facists are intended
to test whether Italic public opinion would tolerate such acts on the
eve of next week's general elections. Sergio Pii>erno, president of
the Union of Italian Jewish Communities, and Chief Rabbi Elio
Toaff spoke at ceremonies reconsecrating the 18th century syna-
gogue in Gorizia which was broken into and vandalized last week
by unknown jiersons believed to be neo-Facists.
Allon Confers With Rogers
WASHINGTON (JTA) Israel's Deputy Premier Yigal Alion
conferred with Secretary of State William P. Rogers at the State
Department for 80 minutes Monday. It was their first meeting in a
year and the final U.S.-Israel consultation before the Moscow sum-
mit visit of President Nixon. Mr. Allon was accompanied by Israel
Ambassador Yitzhak Rabin and top officials of the Israel Embassy
here. The meeting was also attended by Assistant Secretary of
State for Near Eastern Affairs Joseph J. Sisco, his aide, Deputy-
Assistant Secretary Alfred L. Atherton, and H. H. Stackhouse, the
State Department's Israel desk officer.
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Friday, May 5, 1972
Mrs. Irving Benjamin New Mikvah
Sisterhoods' Speaker BeillS Buil!
Yiddish Popular At Hillel Here
Irving Benjamin, national At the Thursday workshop guest
.. [tfe8id*ni W ih.> Natiolufl'njieaMn wttH IndaSe Mrs.<3erald!
eration ol Temple Sisterhoods, | Kent, district president of the
".....theast Federation of Temple
1 Sisterhoods, Rabbi Sanford Sha- \
pero, director ol the Southeast
Council ol the Union of American j
Hebrew Congregations, and Allan
Solomon, youth and cam]) director
for the Southeast Council.
Mrs. Benjamin is currently
chairman of the national Task
Force on Financial Development
j. well a-s first vice president of
KITS. A past president of the
Isaac M. Wise Temple Sisterhood
i) Cincinnati. Ohio, she has worked
with Jewish Welfare Fund and
Fereratlon agencies as well as
many other Jewish and nonsec-
larian causes. Ix.th locally and na-
tional I v.
A new ritual bath (Mikvah 1 forl
the GreWeY Miami Jewish com-
munity is under construction at
120 Michigan Ave., Miami Bi'nch
The modern facility will pro Idc
basic services for Jewish women
who are observant ol "fanily
purity" and also will serve foi
the purpose ol conversions.
Goldman Construction Co, Is
building the Mikvah undei the per-
sonal supervision of Rabbis Tibor
Stern and Bore] Wein,
A pre-dedicatlon ceremony will
he held there May 11. Mother's
Day, to honor founders of the
Mikvah. The 11 a.m. service will
be conducted by local Orthodox.
rabbis.
A newsletter published by llillel,
the Jewish Student tenter at the
University of Miami, says: "Per-
haps tlv greatest surprise of the
year was the enormous fcntereal
Jewish authors demonstrated in
the Yiddish lajm(ai;e.^
As manj as 33 students al one
,{ nded classes in Hillel's
non-crcdil study program, also
I known as the Free Jewish Univer
sity. Yiddish was one of six neJ
courses in the Hillel program.
Hi 1 lei is sponsored by 3'naJ
B'rith; the University of M;ami
unit is a benefit iary of the Gieatur
AliaMiwJfiw-h-h Kedcr^tiun. '<,'.
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IFF campaign.
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The luncheon program Wednes-
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Executive Board Meeting To Plan ORT Bonds Event
***'
Hillel Community Day School campaign workers planning
the institution's drive to obtain $200,000 for scholarships and
improvements included, (from left to right) Joseph Samuels,
campaign counsel; Mrs. Joanne Solomon, campaign dinner
chajman; Dr. Joel B. Dennis, president of the school; Leon-
ard Schreiber. challenge gifts chairman, and Irving Conner,
campaign "whip."
Hillel School Fund Campaign
Opens With Sunday Dinner
Members of the Executive Board
of Women's American ORT, South-
eastern Florida Region Chapters.
Hill attend "Coffee 'N' Sweets"
meeting in the Gigi Room of the
Fontainebleau Hotel Friday at 10
ing Women's American ORT Bond-
v/ith-Israel Luncheon slated for
May 25 at the Fontainebleau
Hotel, according to Mrs. Hilda
Katz, Bond chairman.
Dr. Max A. Lipschitz, spiritual
leader of Beth Torah Congrega-
tion, will be the special guest; Mrs.
Myron H. Cohen, who has been
named the honoree, will be the
recipient of the Woman of Valor
award.
"This planning get-together is
particularly significant for ORT
membership because the luncheon
will mark the first time ORT
chapters in this southeastern re-
gion have s|)on.sored a function for
Israel under the auspices of the
State of Israel Bonds," said Mrs.
Leonard Pechenik. president of
the Southeastern Florida Region.
hi Time is Now" has been
| .is the theme of the $200,-
'ii fund raising campaign of the
111 lei Community Day School,
, NortK Dade and South
I >,... I counties.
a s nday dinner will open a
and scholarship fund drive
|t the Eden Roc Hotel, according
Dr. Joel 15. Dennis, Hillel school
Iresidi '.
Spi kera at the banquet, at
Ihkli there will be no solicitation
funds, will include Dr. Dennis,
I Schreiber and Joseph
. Mr. Schreiber is chair-
lan ol challenge gifts and Mr.
is director of the cam-
Kntertainment will conist of
songs and dances by students in
I he first through seventh grades
t'nder the direction of Nechama
Groman, Hebrew instructor for
i he first grade.
Ted Cohen Runs For House
Ted Cohen, chairman of the Dado
County Democratic Executive
Committee, will seek his party's
nomination for the Florida House
of Representatives in District 102.
He also is a state committeeman
and a member of the City of Miami
Beach planning board.
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Friday. T'-y 5 i972
Temple NerTamid
Men's Club Slate
For Regional Conference installed Sunday
Hadassah Delegates Gather
Mizrachi Women Hold Gala
'Youth Aliyah Bruncheon'
Nourishment tor body, spirit
1 das 7-9. 197-' Florida Region of
PROF. I. ROBtKT SINAI
[ad isshIi conference, when 350
delegates from al! over the State
,-ather at the Carillon Hotel. Mrs,
Jumps Feldman of the National
Hoard of Hadassah will be the
1 ineipal s|)oakcr and mentor for
Hie conclave, which is under the
. halrmansMp Of Mrs Nat Barth.
The conference will begin at 8
"Communicative expressiveness"
la trensa, Buenos Aires
"Superb efficiency overwhelm-
ing enthusiasm"
Het Vrije V.Ik, Amsterdam
"Exquisite sensitivity and mastery"
II Giernale D'ltalia, Home
"Spanish and latin American works
stunningly performed"
New York Times
RAUL
SPIVAK,
Argentine-born Pianist,
returns to Miami, fresh
from smashing successes in
the U.S., South America
and Europe to delight you
with his unique renditions of
the works of the Masters.
ONE PERFORMANCE ONLY
Tuesday, May 9, 1972
- 8:00 P.M. -
DADE COUNTY
AUDITORIUM
Admission: $5.00, $4.00
Tickets at Sears (Coral Gables)
Allegro Music House, Audi-
torium Box office.
i .m. Sunday with the American
'Zionist Affairs Plenary* Sessions
featuring Prof. I. Robert Sinai, re-!
m arch professor of Political Sci-
ence and History at Long Island
i'ni\er.sity*s Brooklyn Center, and
I rot". Samuel Portnoy, who teaches
History at Florida Atlantic Uni-
versity. Miami Beach Mayor Chuck
Hall will lx- on hand to greet the
delegates. i
Tne conference, theme of which
is "In Tune With the Times,"
V> ill include education workshops,
membership forums, youth activi-
ties and leadership training ses-
sl ns Recreation and relaxation 1
will be provided at the luncheons.
nward sessions, parties and din-1
iicis; the closing brunch is sched-
uled for 1 :-'i0 p.m. Tuesday
A reception will be held Mon-
day evening tor "Hadassah Associ-
ates" 1 husbands and Hadassah
members) who have contributed
S150 towards a lifetime member-
ship. The funds raised through
tuese memberships k<> for the sup-
port of the Trauma Unit of the
Hadas-sah-Hebrcw University Med-
icd Center in Israel.
Mrs. Sherman Fast is president
cf the Miami Beach Chapter of
Hadassah, which is hosting the
conference. The chairmen working
with her include Mrs. Rose Kopel,
arrangements; Mrs. David Green,
hostesses; Mrs. Hyman Channel*.
hospitality kits; Mrs. Rose Ruban,
decorations; Mrs. Sylvia Kurland,
delegates' kits; Mrs. Manning Min-
tus, registration; Mrs. Clara L.
Goldberg, time keeper; Mrs. Ed-
ward Li fshin, early bird drawings,
and Mrs. Shirley Fishman, tickets.
Edward I. Rosenfeld *'><>l< the
< ath of diilce as president of the
.Men's Club Sunday at an installa-
tion brunch held in Temple Ner
'iamid's Sklar Auditorium Dr.
Fugene Labovitz conducted the
(. remonies.
Also installed were Sid Dorfman,
A.icl;.he Stattner and Maxwell
Harris, vice presidents; Benjamin
Reeman, treasurer: Albert V Ro-
senberg, honorarj treasurer; Har-
ry Blumen. financial secretary;
Moses Wolf, secretary, and Joseph
Silverman, chaplain
Honorary trustees for the com-
ing year are Paul H. Press Louis
Cohen, Alex T. EHg, Charles Gold-
stein, Dr. Michael Horwitz. Julius
J csnick and Murray A, Shaw.
The new Iniaid of directors in-
cludes Benjamin Beeman. Maurice
Bernstein, William Cohen, Hyman
I'isenbaum, Ezra Flnegold, Joseph
Glatt. Harry Gla/.er. Max Glick-
man. Adolph Greenbaum, Jack
Greenberg, Sam Greenfield, Col.
V. illiam J. Harris. Dr. Michael
Horwitz. Edward Kane. I.ouis
Kaplan. Adolph Kessler, Louis
' Kleinberg, Phil Kovler, Barnett
I M. Lerner, Harry Lieberman, Abe
' Meyer, Harry Moel, Charles New-
; man, Max Raskin, D. Dale Regent,
I Jack Richman, Era Rosenfeld, Abe
j Schaffer, Herman L. Shaw, Jack
Shaw, George Simon, Meyer Spitz-
el. Louis Suchman, Harry Suss-
tnan and Moses Wolf.
The Mizrachi Women's Organi-
zntion"1Tonfh Aliyah bruncheon'
held recently in the Eden Roc Ho-
:.is Pompeii Room, was chaired
by Mrs. Rose Shapiro, president of
< f the Shoshana Chapter. The gala
bruncheon was sponsored by the
presidents and
members of the
12 local chap-
ter-.
The highlight
of the afternoon
was the musical
program in hon-
or of Israel In-
dependence Daj
presented by
Cantor Zvi -Vi-
ler ol Temple
Emanu-EI and
Israeli composer
Shmuel Fershko.
Mizrachi Montage"
case histories of youth coming
into Israel from Europe and Rus-
presented by Mrs. Lily Stone, co-
'Here's Help' Holding Its
3rd Annual Dinner-Dance
Here's Help. Inc. will hold its
third annual dinner-dance at the
Eden Roc Hotel Saturday, May 13.
An adolescent drug prevention
and rehabilitation center, Here's
1 Help offers an evening of dining.
I dancing and entertainment while
1 helping to eliminate the drug prob-
lem. For tickets, call Here's Help.
Inc. or mail your check to Here's
Help. Inc., 15950 NW 7th Ave..
Miami. Fla. 33169.
ordinator of the Florida Council
Mizrachi Women is one of ti,e
lour organizations in the United
Mates comprising the U.S. Coordi.
nating Committee for Youth Ali-
yah. which continues to rescue
care tor, aid in the training, r*
habitation and integration of
young newcomers from any quar.
ler of the world as they arrive in
the land of Israel.
The "plus'' that Mizrachi Worn-
en gives to these youngster! 1.
religious training in a traditional
atmosphere, which is basic to ^
1 rganization's idea of Israel as a
and ol faith.
Cantor Adler
A dramatic
Geriatric Pavilion Under
Construction Near Tel Aviv
A geriatric pavilion which wTJ
provide extended rehabilitation
and nursing care for chronicalh
ill in the Tel Aviv area in I-iael
j is being built in the Chain* Sheba
Medical Center in Tel Ha-humer
Samuel L. Haber, executive vie-
I chairman of the Joint Distribution
Committee has reported.
The new 66-l>ed facility is being
i financed by an IL 1.200,COO '$285.-
i 700i allocation from the Assoda<
1 tion for the Planning and Devel-
1 opment of Services for the A ! and by contributions from local
\ groups. The Association was es-
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the efforts of JDC-Malben which
j is providing half of its five-year
1 budget of S8.333.0C0.
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Friday, May 5, I972
*^Jn by helen snyder and glenda i'riedman
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Dr. and Mrs. Ira Rothfield had valid reasons for bursting with
pride this week. Their son Bobby (Robert Eric) won two school tennis
matches, scored extremely well on his exams at Pinecrest School and
chanted his Haftorah with poise and ability on the occasion of his
Bar Mitzvah at Temple Israel. Of course Bobby had equally good
reason to be proud ol his parents. Wendy and Ira hosted an elegant
party in his honor Saturday evening at the Eden Roc Hotel. Wendy
was a vision in white chiffon and feather boa, contrasting so beauti-
fully with her jet black haid. Elizabeth, (Bobby's kid sister) is a
recent graduate of "White Gloves and Party Manners," a course given
by Saks Fifth Avenue. Indeed, she looked and acted like a little
"Queen" (Elizabeth). The guests included Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Narot,
former mayor of North Bay Village Harvey Ruvin and his attractive
wife, Roz, former Judge Walter Liebowitz and his Rhoda, looking
stunning in a black and white geometric print, Dr. Howard Novell and
Nancy, (current president of the Sisterhood of Temple Israel) and
local architect and artist Ken Triester and Helyne very springy in red
poppy print. Jet-setters Dr. Larry and Loretta Brody managed to
make it back from the Bar Mitzvah they attended in Philadelphia that
morning. Al and Terry Geronemus were looking things over carefully
in anticipation of their daughter Lynn's forthcoming wedding celebra-
tion, and Blanche and Charlie Rosenblatt were wondering if they've
forgotten anything for their son's Bar Mitzvah reception next w.-ek.
Bobby, wife of Dr. Richard Litt and president of the Women's
Guild of the Greater Miami Philharmonic, announced, that hostess
Wendy will be first vice president next year. Marlene Berg, (David's
wife) and president of the Miami Ballet Society, very pregnant, there-
fore not looking too ballerinerish at the moment. (A temporary condi-
tion, however). Dr. Shirley and Dr. Jerry Jacobs enjoying the night
out and Dr. Eddie Birns giving approving eye to wife Evie's decollete
navy knit Adolpho. Helen Dundee (sans Angelo) looked lovely in a
black and white linen with matching stole.
Pase-setting pairs the Lester Mishcons, (Martha in a blaze
of red with matching turban), the Burt Belenkes (Marcie, is basic
black and diamonds), and the Lloyd Ruskins (Ilene Dresden dollish in
white lace), caused many a head to turn. Thirty-five of Bobby's young
friends were in attendance, and maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
David Reiss of New York and paternal grandfather, Leonard Roth-
field of Miami.
When Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence Brant invite friends to dinner, they
really mean for them to come. Because several guests had previous en-
gagements on the Saturday evening she chose, Sweet Shirley changed
the date. When the same thing occurred on her second Saturday eve-
ning choice, she became only slightly discouraged. Hubby Larry and
she, convinced that our socially active community makes Saturday
evening party planning tricky, set the date for a Friday evening and
everyone was delighted, because everyone loves a "Brant Bash!"
Shirley's cousin Candy, and her husband, Dr. Ross Clark, visiting
from New York, will be moving to Hollywood in June, where Ross will
become an associate of Doctors Stolove, Maliner and Morse in their
Ear, Nose and Throat practice. Candy and Ross were house guests of
Marty and Ricky Knobel, (Shirley's sister) and were happy for the
opportunity to meet some local folk. Eager eaters included Frank and
Barbara Rittenberg, unbelievable in a long green and white polyester
dress that she made, Eileen (newly elected vice president of the Miami
Decorators and Designers Guild) and Mitch Fried, Dr. Mickey and
Lois Kroop (she baked the fantastic chocolate cake we overindulged
in), svelte Sandy (she probably didn't even taste it) and her Matt
Ettinger and Diane and Bob Blank who, we learned, just returned to
Miami to practice orthodontia, after giving up his general practice two
years ago to return to school. We think Diane and her five kids de-
serve some kind of diploma also!
Thelma and Gerald Nathanson told of the 50th anniversary mara-
thon weekend that they, and Gerald's two sisters and brother, their
spouses, and nine grandchildren have planned for their parents, the
Sam Nathansons: Some 150 friends and relatives, from their home
town of Detroit, Mich., (where he published 10 weekly newspapers
for 40 years and from Indianapolis, Washington and Canada, will bo in
attendance at the festivities which will commence on Friday. With a
pre-dinner-dinner at the Le Voisin Restaurant in the Sea Coast Tower*,
to be followed by the main event on Saturday evening at the Diplo-
mat Hotel, where the dessert will be "gold" in honor of the occasion.
The culmination of this beautiful tribute to their parents will be on
Sunday morning, with a brunch at the Arlen House, where all the out-
of-town guests will be residing, during their stay in Miami. The
Nathanson clan rented a bus to transport the entourage from avtivity
to activity.
Joyce Chadroff is busy with fabric swatches and home decorating
magazines again, and loving it! She and Sy recently purchased a 160-
acre ranch in Arcadia, where construction is underway on their new
home away from home. At present, the house has no plumbing or
electrical facilities and the Chadroffs and their four daughters are
having the time of their lives, roughing it. Joyce says she can write a
book about their hilarious escapades there each weekend.
Speaking of construction, when the Egozis raise the roof, they
dc so literally! Stella and David are in the process of adding a second
story studio room so that their budding young artist son, Mario, can
paint to his heart's content. May the new atmosphere of greater height
inspire him to greater heights.
Not so painful growing pains. The law firm of Cohen and Angel
sent bottles of champagne to all tenants in their newly acquired office
building, The Executive, in North Miami. Jim and Stan wanted to
6tart their relationship as landlords off on a "high" note. Not only
Pioneer Women's
Celebrations Set
The luncheon to be held by Golda
Meir Chapter of Pioneer Women
Sunday noon in the Cadillac Hotel.
3925 Collins Ave., will be a three-
fold celebration honoring Mother's
Day, saluting the State of Israel
on its 24th anniversary, and mark-
ing the chapter's 24th year.
Chairman for the day will be
Mrs. Fan'ya Soroff. A musical pro-
gram will be presented by Iris
Lane. Guest speakers will be Har-
riet Green and Edith Jacobson.
Mother of the Year and Woman of
the Year Awards will be presented
to Mrs. Anna Quaker and Mrs.
Sarah Shapoff.
Club 1 was to celebrate the 24th
anniversary of Israel's Independ-
ence at 1 p.m. Thursday in the
Washington Federal, 1234 Wash-
ington Ave., with Mrs. Jay Dermer
as guest speaker. Chairman for the
affair is Mrs. Sophie Krantx.
Club 2 will honor Mrs. Liza
Hoffman, vice president and mem-
bership chairman, as the Mother
of the Year at a dinner in the
Raleigh Hotel, 1777 Collins \vc,
Sunday at 6:30 p.m. Mrs. Milton
Green, Greater Miami Council
president, will be guest speaker.
Entertainment will be provided by
Patricia Gayle.
The May meeting of Beba Idel-
son Chapter will take place on
Wednesday noon at the Washing-
ton Federal. 1133 Normandy Dr.
The meeting will be in honor of
Mother's Day. A book review will
be presented. Fannie Gibson will
preside.
Sharpe Elected President
The newly elected officers ot
Miami Latin Lodge 27%. B'nai
Brith, will be installed June 4 at
the Seville Hotel, it has been an-
nounced. Joseph L. Sharpe will
succeed Enrique Kalusin as presi-
dent; Zeidel D'Gabriel will again
serve as secretary.
Francine Kavenoff* Mark Jacobson
United In Marriage At Beth David
Francine Lee Kavenoff and 2 at Beth David Synagogue. Rab-
Mark Howard Jacobson were
united in marriage Tuesday, May
MKS. MAKK H. MCOISON
bi Sol Landau conducted the 2
p.m. ceremonies.
The bride, daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. Joseph Kavenoff, 47S0 S\V
2nd St., graduated from Miamj
Senior High School and is present-
ly enrolled at Florida Atlantic
University. Her husband, the son
of Mrs. Celia Jacobson, 5591 SW
5ih Ter., and the late Jack Jacob-
f.on, graduated from Miami Coral
Park High School.
The new Mrs. Jacobson selected
a floor-length gown of candlelight
Cluny lace with velvet sash nd
bow, appliqued with lace and
pearls for her wedding. Her head-
piece was fashioned of notching
lace and peails.
The bridal party Included the
bride's sisters. Dr. Ruth Mae Kav-
enoff (Mrs. Mudd) honor attend-
ant, and Mrs. Jack Reich brides-
I maid, and the bridegroom's bro-
ther, Stephen Jacobson. beat maa
Mr. and Mrs. Jacobson plan to
make their home in South Miami.
Mrs. Sally Levy To Preside
At Auxiliary Installation
State Department president
Mrs. Sally Levy was to preside at
the Jewish War Veterans Post and
Auxiliary Nc. 330, installation
Thursday at 8 p.m. in the Amer-
ican Legion Hall, 1828 Alton Rd.,
Miami Beach.
Auxiliary officers to be installed j
are Mrs. Bessie Giooer. president; '
Mrs. Pearl Irerman, senior vice
president; Mrs. Pauline La/.arus,
junior vice president; Mrs. Freda
Lieberman, recording secretary;
and Mrs. Tillie Levenson, treas-
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Holiday Inn at Lake Placid
Opens Camp Season June 25
The Sun 'n Lake Holiday Inn
at Lake Placid will host a sum-
mer camp program for children,
11 through 16, beginning June 2d.
Camp Sun 'n Lake will be a
one-week program for groups of
u, boys and girls. Meals will be
urved in a private dining room,
and the camp will occupy one wing
of the Sun 'n Lake Holiday Inn
with no more than three children
aligned to a room.
A staff of 12 experienced coun-
telors, including a registered
nurse, will serve under the direc-
tion of Dave Denault, who has
worked with youth groups lor 11
years and has a degree in educa-
tion.
The camp offers a full ran-e of
Theatre Party Planned
Single Parents of Miami Beach
is sponsoring a theatre party at
Hie Players Professional Theatre
jr, the Science Museum opposite
Vizcaya Friday at 8:30 p.m. Fol-
lowing the performance of "Last
Sweet Days of Isaac," a contem-
jorary musical, the group will
meet with the cast for refresh-
ments. Single, widowed or divorced
men arid women 25-48 are invited;
cail the theatre box office for re-
servations.
outdoor acticities such as arch-
ery, baseball, gymnastics, tennis
outdoor activities such as a>ch-
and horse instruction, including
.nounting and riding.
The camp win use the horse fa-
cilities at the Sun 'n Lake rurf
and Beach Club. Club trainers
Jack Hcnnig and Mary Phillips
will instruct children in western
and LngliSh riding.
Golfing will be taught by a
professional instructor on the
golf course located behind the
Holiday Inn.
Utilizing the large freshwater
Lake Grassy, water skiing, sailing
and fishing instruction will be of-
fered. The Holiday Inn swimming
pool will be available for Red
Cross certified swimming instruc-
tion.
Kenneth Friedman Elected
Kenneth Friedman has been
elected president of the Grenter
Miami Jaycees. Chairman of the
City of Miami's Youth Advisory
Board, Mr. Friedman will serve a
one-year term beginning in June.
Serving with him will be David
Cerf, internal vice president; Fred
Robbins. external vice president:
Barrv Burak. membership vice
president; Bill Kaplan, treasurer,
and Irwin Gross, secretary.
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Bronze Plaque To
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Murray Solomon Post and Aux-
iliary No. 243 of Coral Gables,
Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.,
will dedicate a bronze plaque at
Sunland Training Center, 2000
NVV 47th Ave. Sunday at 1:30 p.m.,
Mr. and Mu. Sol Lip ton, commit-
tee cochairnien. have announced.
The dedication ceremonies will j
symbolize its sponsorship of Ring- ]
ling Cottage, where 22 youths are
assigned, for the past three years.,
Harry Matza and Bill Atkins
painted the entire cottage recent-
ly, Mr. Lipton added.
Committee members include Mr.
and Mrs. I,eo Plotkin, Mr. and
Mrs. Ira Blitt, Mr. and Mrs. Nor-
man Levine, Mr. and Mrs. Lou
Aranoff and Annette Materskv.
North Shore JWVA Meeting
North Shore Ladies Auxiliary
No. 677, Jewish War Veterans,
will meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday
in the Washington Federal Bank
Building, 1234 Washington Ave.
Ferris Ruth Gelb To Marry Charles Shenker
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Gelb, 9231 She received her Bachelor of Arts
SW 20th St., announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Ferris
Ruth to Charles Paul Shenker,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Shen-
ker of Hollywood, Fla.
Ferris graduated from Miami-
degree in Klementary Early Child-
hood Education. Her fiance gradu-
ated Magna Cum Laude from the
University of Miami, where he re-
ceived his Bachelor of Science de-
gree :ii Chemistry. He is now at-
Dade Junior College and the Uni- I tending the University of Miami
varsity of South Florida, where j School of Medicine.
The couple will marry in Decem-
ber.
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Gary Paul, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Prager, will become
Bar Mit/vah during the afternoon
services at Temple Kmanu-Kl Sat-
urday, May 6.
Gary is a seventh grade student
81 North Beach Elementary School
and attends Afternoon Religious
School at Temple Kmanu-KI.
The celebrant will be honored
v.ith a reception at home. His
Jose Sajio/nik. will become
:. Bat Mitzvah Friday evening.
May 5 at Temple Menorah.
Sonia is a student at Nautilus
Junior High School, where she is
in the seventh grade.
An Ones; Shabbat will follow
services in honor of the occasion,
and there will be a reception and
dinner at the Eden Roc Hotel. The
celebrant's grandfather. Boris Wil-
l-.omirsky, will be an honored
truest.
to if if
JEFFREY JACOBS
Jeffrey Michael, the son of Mrs.
Henrietta Jacobs and the late
Harold Jacobs, will celebrate his
Bar Mit/vah Saturday, May 6 at
Temple F.manu-KI.
Jeffrey attends Temple Emanu-
1.1 Religious School and is a sev-
enth grade student at Nautilus
Junior High School.
The celebrant will be honored
grandmothers. Mrs. Naomi Prager' vvitn a reception at the Fden Roc
Mr.
will
and Mrs. Gertrude Dranow, will
attend the event.
A to to
LOUIS ROSENBLATT
Louis Martin, the son of
i>nd Mrs. Charles Rosenblatt,
become Bar Mitzvah Saturday,
May > at Temple Kmanu-Kl.
Louis attends Temple Emanu-
Kl Religious St-hixil and is an
eighth grade student at Nautilus
Junior High School. He has won
iiational awards for his accom-
j lishments ai the piano.
The celebrant will be honored
with a reception in the Fontaine-
bieau Hotel's Club Gigi. His grand-
parents, Mr, and Mrs. Eli Litwln,
will attend the event.
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PAMELA ABELSON
Pamela Susan, the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Abelson, will
become a Bat Mit/vah at Temple
Beth Am Saturday morning. May
6.
The celebrant is in the Student
Council at Palmetto Junior High,
and is a member of the Youth
Group at the temple. She is also
the winner of a DAR State Essay
sward. *,:
Mr. and Mrs. Abelson will spon-
Hotel. His grandmothers. Mrs. Re-
becca Taylor and Mrs. Gussie Ja-
cobs, will attend the event.
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DEBBIE JO LEVRANT
Friday, May 5 at 8:15 p.m. in
the main sanctuary of Temple Ner
Tamid. Debbie Jo. the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Levrant.
will be Bat Mitzvah.
Debbie is a student at Nautilus
Junior High School and attend
Ner Tamid Religious School.
An Oneg Shabbat will follow the
services, and a reception in Deb-
lie's honor will be held Saturday
i.t the Embers. Guests will in-
clude her grandmothers, Mrs. Hen-
rietta Warhaftig and Mrs. Lila
Levrant, and Mrs. Sarah Cohen,
her great-grandmother.
Ml' II III. HOWELL
Mitchell, the son of Mrs. Shir-
ley Howell and grandson of Mr.
;,nd Mrs. Samuel Hollander, will
celebrate his Bar Mitzvah at Tem-
ple Beth El, Hollywood, Saturday,
May 6.
The celebrant is a student at
McNicol Junior High School,
where he is in the seventh grade.
Mitchell will be honored at the
sor the Kiddush immediately after | 0lM. SnaW,at following the cere-
the services and host a reception
in their daughter's honor Satur-
day night.
Prominent guests will be
Pamela's grandparents. Mr. and
Mrs. Leon Lepselter and Maurice
Abe'-son, and her great-uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Lepsel-
ter who are flying in from Israel
t) be united with Pamela's grand-
father, I-eon Lepselter, after more
than 50 years.
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Sonia, the daughter of Mr. and
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for boys and girls II to 16.
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The location ... supcrk. Less than 3 hours
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The facilities ... superb. In addition to
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including instruction, at a private country
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ices Friday evening. Among the
truests will be Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Friermar of Los Angeles, Calif.,
UBd Mrs. Leo Weisberg of Phoenix,
Ariz.
JANET GRi'ENBERU
Janet, the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Gruenberg. will chant
1 ortions from the btx>k of Pro-
i verbs as part of her ceremony |
j v hen she becomes Bat Mit/\ lh
; Friday, May 5 at Beth Torah Con-
gregation,
A studenl al the Hebrew Acad-
emy of Greater Miami, Janet was
) recent winner of the American-
ism Award at her school.
The celebrant's pa rents will
sponsor the Oneg Shabbat follow-
ing the sot vices in her honor.
j Among 'he guests will l>c her
randmother, Mrs. Erna Palumbo,
' from England, and her aunt, Cclia
Kcston.
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RONALD PETERMAN
Ronald, the son of Mr. and Mis.
Albert Peterman. will be called to
the Torah as a Bar Mitzvah Sat-
urday, May 6 at Beth Torah Con- |
j;regation.
Ronald is a member of the
fourth grade class at Beth Torah's j
Harold Wolk Religious School and j
attends John F. Kennedy Junior
High School, where he is in the |
'eventh grade.
Mr. and Mrs. Peterman will
sponsor the Kiddush following the
services in their son's honor,
fr to to
(iARY MILLER
Gary Alan, the son of Mr, and
Mrs, Andy Miller, will become a
Bar Mitzvah Saturday, May 6 at
Temple Beth El, Hollywood.
Gary is honor student at Mc-
Nicol Junior High School, where j
he is in the seventh grade.
Sharing in the festivities will be
Ihc celebrant's grandmother, Mrs,
Gertrude Cerf of Brooklyn, N.Y., |
Mr. and Mrs. Moe Miller. Las Ve-
gas, Nev, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Fogelman, Long Island, N.Y.
to to if
JAIME YFKEN
Jaime, the son of Mr. and Mrs. I
Salomon Yuken, will lyeeome a Bar |,
Mitzvah at Temple Menorah, Sat- j
urday morning, May 6.
Following services there will be
a Kiddush in honor of the occa- j
sion; there will also be a reception J
antl dinner in the Temple Emanu-
El Ballroom.
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,.;,,ii Michael Prater will give
11^ senior percussion recital ai
Friday in Nancy Greene
Symphony RehearsaJ Hall. Uni-
versity <1 Miami main campus.
Admission is free and the public
ome.
A \ iday noon awards lunch-
eon at the Columbus Hotel will
I,,,,,,, (he City of -Miami Pub-
licit) and Tourism Department
for their rote in Interpreting
. and beautification pro-
jects" during the past year.
Donoi of the citation is Miami's
, nice on ecology and beau-
tificatlon, headed by attorney-
IS. Albert I'.iilot. I'ublic-
rector Lew Prloe, Howard
Rei-per, and Mike Seiiick will
jointiv accept the award on be-
lli,n stall of journalists
iwd hotographers.
is
Bonnie Qranat, former news-
pajiei reporter and public rela-
tions director who has joined
the writing staff of Woody Kep-
nei Associates, Inc., Miami-New
York Curacao public relations
agen y. attended Miami Beach
High and graduated with a de-
1,1. In Journalism from the
University of Florida. She is a
member of Delta Psi Kpsilon
sure.ity,
U is is
Herbert communications for the Kxecu-
tive Branch, highlights an out-
stari ling lineup of speakers from
the communications industry at
the -ith District American Ad-
vertising State Convention, to
lie hosted by the Orlando Fed-
eration this weekend at Disney
World, Mr. Klein, who served
as manager of communications
for the Nixon-Agnew campaign,
has been at his White House
Post since June, 1968. He will
," at the Friday luncheon of
the omvntion, pin-pointing the
ing of today's issues by the
'A House center.
iS iS
Annual Hialeah Horse
to be hold May 12, 13, anil
11 Hialeah Race Course, and
.tin.: the American Can-
lety, Is drawing horses
all over the Eastern Sea-
Food and soft drinks are
nan ed by the North
Optimist Club. There is
nission fee.
is
T .- Hon. Peter T. Fay was
esiding judge at Mondays'
10 n. ceremonies in Bayfront
Pa Auditorium where some
new citizens were ml -
ed, as a highlight of "Law
W< James Wesley Dean III,
c I to the President of the
I'i I Stales, was the key-
tin- speaker.
is "k
City of Miami Beach
Is set-king firemen age 21-30.
with a high school diploma or
a'.eai and a valid Florida
TEENAGERS!
YOUNG ADULTS!
Visit
ISRAEL
With
NCSY
k'-i full weeks in Israel
KSY Israel Summer Seminar
kt-crture July 2, 1972. Only $1030
- Unusual program with youth
'' all over the U.S.A. National
Conference of Synagogue Youth of
the Union of Orthodox Jewish Con
Stations of America. Write for
details:
Israel's Summer Seminar
NCSY/UOJCA
P.O. Box 8391
Savannah, Georgia 31402
driver's license or the ability to
obtain one. Other requirements
foi the job, which pays $8,908
a year to start, are at least
20-40 vision without glasses
normal color vision and normal
hearing. Applicants must be at
least 5 ft. s In. and not more
than ti ft. 5 inches in height, and
must weigh between 145 and
240 lbs. Further Information
and applications are available
at the Personnel Department,
Filth Floor. Miami Beach City
Hall, 1130 Washington Ave.
ft
The Silver Anniversary Ban-
quet of Variety Children's Hos-
pital will lie held in the I), and
new Marriott Hotel, 1201 NW
Le Jeune Rd.. Thursday, May
IS according to Paul (ialliut.
chie: barker of Variety Club
Tent 33. Total costs of the eve-
ning, which will feature music
for dancing by Art Freeman and
hi- orchestra, and a Gay Nine-
ties Review, will be absorbed
by the hotel. Cocktails and liors
d'oeuvrcs will be served at 7.15
p.m.; dinner will follow at 8:15.
Tickets may be secured through
Mr. Galhut's office or by con-
tacting Donald F. Coaster, as-
sistant administrator of planning
and development.
is is H
Approval has been granted by
the board of governors of the
Federal Reserve for Jefferson
Bancorp, Inc., to acquire the
slock of Jefferson National Bank
at Kendall, a new bank sched-
uled to open in temiiorary fa-
cilities at 9600 N. Kendall Dr.
within 30 days. Officers of the
new bank include Arthur II.
Courshoii. chairman of the
board: Barton S. (ioI.lli.Tg. pres-
ident, and Jerome A. Belinsky,
cashier. The new bank, with
capitalization of one million dol-
lars, will become a subsidiary of
Jefferson Bancorp, Inc.; con-
struction will begin immediately
on permanent quarters, with
completion expected before the
year's end.

Miami Beach was the gather-
ing poini for ading U.S and
Canadian authorities In the Held
of Institutional research Ihis
week when the Association for
Institutional Research convened
for its 12th annual convention.
I. twt ei 500 and 600 are attend-
the four-daj forum at Ihe
i \ imilte Hoi I. iccording I i
enslave <;. Wenxel, director of
Institutional Research at Miami-
Dade Junior College who is a
member of the arrangemei ts
committee for the convention.
is is
B. Albert Pollot, president ;.nd
board chairman. Biacayne Fed-
eral Savings & Loan Associa-
tion. i> In White Sulphur Springs,
\Y. Va., attending a one-week
management conference of the
National League of Insured Sav-
ings Associations, of which ho
is a director.
Unveiling a bust of Moses by famed sculp-
tor Hyam highlighted a recent reception
in the Peailman Mural Room oi Temple
Emani:-El. From left to tight are Mrs. Al Pod-
vin, outgoing president of Sisterhood; Dr.
Irving Lehrman, rabbi of Temple Emanu-El;
Frank Smothers, board chairman and presi-
dent of United Bancshares, and Mrs. Fredric
Miller, chairman of the Sisterhood Arts
Committee. Mr. Smothers donated the origi-
nal sculpture to the Miami Beach syna-
gogue, and the Sisterhood provided a spe-
cial pedestal to mount the bust at the main
entrance to the effice wing of the congrega-
tion.
Local Student Initiated
In Premed Honor Society
William Greenborg, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Green berg. 82(1 |
NK 173th St., North Miami B.-ach,
who is a student at Yeshiva College
in New York City, has been initi-1
a ted as a member of the New|
York Zeta Chapter of Alpha Kpsi-
lon Delta, the international pre-
medical honor society.
He is among a select group of j
34 prenncls at Yeshiva College, i
the undergraduate school of lib-
eral arts and sciences for men of
yeshiva University, Installed in i
the New York Zetn Chapter, char-1
tered in 1965 by Ihe international!
organization. Established in 1026.
Alpha Kpsilon Delta has chapters
at more than 1C0 accredited col-1
leges in North America, with a
membership of 35,000.
_ ___^
\ 11 Iv 11 i ir I i t Announces
Robert W. McKnight, 28, a ales
,\ utive who lives in the village
,i! Kendale, ill seek a scat in t!i
Florida State Legislature, repre-
si ntin | the South Dado crea. Mr.
McKni 'it. > ili ector of the C >ra'
Gables Jay es. said he will uwail
court approval of the reapportion-
ment plan before determinii
,. hi h soecific seat he will run.
Camp Mountain Lake Offers
Diversified Sports Program
A professional staff thoroughly .
experienced in camping will key-
note the program for Camp Moun-
tain Lake during the 1972 season.
The staff of more than 100 in- i
eludes 20 accredited teachers and '
coaches.
Marvin Nockow, an assistant
principal in the Dade County
School System, again will serve as
(.-.nip director.
Camp Mountain Lake is owned
and operated by Nanette and Al-
vin Savage of Miami Beach. The
camp is located in Hendersonville.
N.C., in an attractive countryside
.setting. Campers range in age
rum 5 to 16, with separate pro-
i rams and activities for different '
i;ge groups.
The piivate, 55 acre Lake 08-
ceola owned by Camp Mountain
Lake, is reserved for the exclu-
sive use of campers. A private is-
land has been built in the middle
of the lake and is used by camp-
ers for water sport activities, camp
cook-outs, a ba.ll field and a horse
lack riding ring.
Swimming is in the large swim-
ming pool and from the 300-foot
i-and beach bordering the lake on
the boys' campus. A complete
v atcr skiing program includes in-
struction for beginners, advanced
.skiing and trick skiing.
Camp Mountain I^ake combines
ail modern facilities into a com-
I -chensive athletic program. The
ramp maintains a fleel of boats.
A stable of horses owned by the
lamp now houses 25 horses and
lour |Kinics. The riding program
offers instruction to the beginner
ps well as facilities for the ex-
| erienced rider. Camp Mountain
lake has live lighted champion-
ship-type tennis courts, with in*
StrUCtion at all levels available.
WOMEN ONLY
Hi rise apt. to share for summer or
by the year facing pool on the
ocean. Beautifully furnished. No
children. 861 2598 Apt. U
TORAH REPAIRS!
Attention Congregations of Dade &
Broward Counties. Expert exami-
nation & repair (Hagoho Vetikun)
of Sifrei Torch (Holy Scrolls). Con-
tact Rabbi A. Ben-Hi Mel, 420 15th
St., Miami Beach 33139.
TEL 531-3751
CAMP WAYNE
SUMMER CAMP COOL BLUE RIDGE MTS.
PRESTON PARK, PA.
Boys and Girls Age 6-16
Relaxed Atmosphere Private Lake
Individualized Programs Jewish Cuisine
Professional Staff Fee-Si 025-8 Weeks
Miami Representative: Jules Rowen 661-9635
summer into
one camp.
Camp Shalom
Near Ocala National Forest
P.O. Box 7245, Miami, Fla. HISS
Phone 271-8177 or 279-0401
"A Camp With A Learning Experience**
HEBREW ACADEMY SUMMER DAY CAMP
2400 PINE TREE DRIVE, MIAMI BEACH
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 Science Projects
Nature Study
* ATHLETICS
Swimming Instruction & Awords
e Complete Sports Progrom
Entire camp program under personal guidance of Rabbi Alexander S. Orost
ARTS & CRAFTS
Air Conditioned Art Room
Weekly field trips, outings
All activities under the supervision of our
own experienced end well trained speciolists
DRAMATICS
Skits Voice Projection
Dancing Singing
CALL 532-6421 FOR INFORMATION


Page lf>B
> Je-ni st flcridliar
Friday, May 5, 1972

Shalom Group Will Honor
Mrs. Effie Platoff May 10
full year, providing for its health,
education, a good home and lov-
ing care.
Hadassah was founded by Hen-
rietta Szold 60 years ago. Nine
years after Hadassah was founded,
l.ffie and Edith Epstein (now na-
tional honorary president) organ-
ized the West End Group in New
York.
After being winter tourists in
Miami Beach for several years,
the Platoffs moved here perma-
nently in 1940. Effie immediately
became part of the Greater Miami
Chapter. She has served as finan-
cial secretary and auditor and has
niven her heart and her energy
to Hadassah for more than 50
j ears.
mjk. mm PiATorr
stotation luncheon meeting Wed-
nsi day noon in the Algiers Hotel.
.Mrs. Platoff, who has marked
her 50th year as a membor of
Hadassah, the largest Jewish serv-
ice organization in the United
States, will be awarded a plaque
and a charm with a diamond mark-
ing her tenth consecutive year as
an Ima in Israel. An Ima pays
$600 to mother a child for one
RABBI WANTED
SMALL CONSERVATIVE
CONGREGATION
Iseeks a permanent Rabbi-Teacher
I to serve in Miami area. Send com-
Jplete resume and picture to P.0.B,
1463, Tamiami Station, Miami, Fla.
33144 or Call 661-7975.
CONSERVATIVE TEMPLE
NEEDS CANTOR
IN RAPIDLY GROWING
P0MPAN0 BEACH, FLORIDA
send resume and recording, if
available, & address to
TEMPLE SH0LOM
c o Mr. H. Silverstein
132 S.E. 11 Hi Ave.
Pompano Beach, Fla. 33060
Hadassah Groups To
Held Installations
Several Miami Beach Chapter
of Hadassah groups have sched-
uled installation events in the first
half of May.
Lincoln will hold its In-
stallation luncheon in the club
room at noon Monday. Installing
officer will be Mrs. Sherman Fast,
president of the Miami Beach
Chapter cf Hadassah. Mrs. Ann
Levy is presiding.
Shalomu Group's installation
luncheon meeting will be held
Wednesday noon in the Algiers
Hotel. Mrs. Miriam Sirkin will be
the installing officer, and Mrs.
Edith Shapiro chairman of the
clay. Regina Balin will entertain,
with Mrs. Ann Stone presiding.
Bay Harbor Group will have its
installation luncheon Monday, May
15 at 11:30 a.m. in the Balmoral
Hotel. Judge Louis Stallman will
b the installing officer; Bob No-
vak, accordionist, will entertain.
Mrs. Solomon I'. Margolis will be
presiding.
Renanah Group plans its instal-
lation luncheon Monday, May 15
at 11:45 a.m. in the Playboy Plaza
Hotel. Mis. Eugene Labowitz will j
be the installing officer. Marion
S|H?ar will entertain, accompanied
by Horty Ball. Elsie Papas and
Toby Prince are chairmen of the
day; Mrs. Manny Temkin will be
presiding.
Henrietta S/.olil crimp's instal-
lation brunch is scheduled Mon-
day, May LS ;! noon in the Algiers
Hotel. Stanley Roscnsweet will
entertain witn Uiga moor Stern at
the piano; Mrs. Herman Meadow
is chairman of the day. Mrs. Han-
nah Friedman will be presiding.
Athletic Awards
Dinner Scheduled
Sunday Afternoon
The Greater Miami YM-YWHA
Physical Education Department
has announced the speakers for its
Binnurt "Athletic Awards Dinner."
honoring team and individual win-
ners throughout the year sched-
uled for 5 p.m. Sundav in the Y's
ballroom, 8500 SVV 8th St.
The featured speaker. Tom Kel-1
leher, an NFL official, will bring
some insight into the game of
professional football. Additional
remarks will be coming from Larry
Seiple of the Miami Dolphins. Sal
de Rosa, coach of the new Miami
Gators soccer team, and Larry
Jones of the Floridians basketball
team.
About 500 persons are expected
to attend the dinner, which is open
to the public. The program will be
emceed by Bob Gallagher, sports
director of WTVJ-TV. Ch. 4. who
will also take part in the presen-
tation of awards, trophies and
ribbons.
Tickets are available at the Y;
reservations will be necessary.
* a &
Jim Dintjfelder from the U.S.
Bureau of Customs will address
the Greater Miami YMHA Men's
Club at 8 p.m. Monday at the Y.
The topic of discussion will be
smuggling of drugs into South
Florida.
After Dingfelder's remarks. |
questions and answers are sched- I
uled to round out the informa-
tional program. Anyone interested
in hearing the speaker is invited
to attend; it will be free to the
public.
'Fiddler' At Ring Theatre
The University of Miami Ring
Theatre will present the widely
acclaimed musical "Fiddler on the
Roof." based on the stories of
Sholom Aleichem, May 10-21, it
has been announced. The entire
cast of the production is com-
prised of University of Miami stu-
dents; playing the lead roles are
Ernie Sabella and Micki Shiff.
Wometco Theatres
Cedars' Volunteers To Receive Awards
The annual "Volunteer Appre-
ciation Awards Luncheon" of Ce-
dars of Lebanon Hospital will be
held Tuesday. May 16 at the Mia-
marina, Auxiliary president Mrs.
Sandy Sparber announced this
week.
Past presidents Mrs. Doran Zin-
ncr and Mrs. Ted Lotterman will
make presentations of service pins
t,> volunteers who have served 100
to 5500 hours, assisting the pro-
fessional staff in numerous ways.
A program highlight will be the
j announcement of the "Volunteer
| of the Year" by hospital president
j S. K. Bronstein, for unusual and
distinguished service.
Also participating in the cere-
monies will be vice president Rntj.
c-rt O. Bruce, Mrs. Norman Ebon
and Miss Barbara Ashe, c.
Director of Volunteer Sen
The Appreciation Luncheon la
I hosted each year by the Cellars'
trustees to express their thanks
to the Auxiliary for their volun.
: tear efforts.
KMMv mm
WINNER
..gEST FOREIGN PUT
tif..:iHN o*o
Liza Minnelli
1LIIIFI IS A m
'De Sica's film, with its moments of
deep tragedy and soaring poetry, is an
act of love towards all people...and as
an act of love, we welcome this film
among US." -GoIdaMeir
YITTORIO DE SICA'S
the Garden of
the Finzi-Continis
Starring Dominique Simla, Lino ( ipolicchio, Helmut BcfRer.
j Produced by Arthur Cohn and Gianni Hcchl Lucari, in color, from Cinema S
m
lHO"lr*C CtNTfrl
JpEsa
I |H,. 11 MI.M.II.-I
:/-:
ho*
erjT
run cooi
Remember
the
Best Friend
you'll ever have
. Mother
Give A Gift
from
BON APPETIT
Open Mon. & Fri. Til 9
359 Miracle Mile
443-6241
.^gdbJj^-^gC^^gg^^gS
FOt
INFORMATION,
CALL 532-1851
r 531-0477
ONE NIGHT ONLY
SATURDAY, MAY 13th, 8 P.M.
THE WORLD OF
THEBARRY
SISTERS
IN CONCERT
MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM
Q- ALL SEATS RESERVED
Tickets On Sale At Auditorium Box Office
TICKETS,
$4-$6-$7-$8
Port Proceed, t. ao ,0 $ourn FUrida
Mtdical Center of Hi.twlrut in Israel


Ly. May 5, 197*2
fJenistiMcricffcir)
Page 11-H
|r\ ing Blum Named to Head
Institute For Jewish Life
Baltimore com- The Institute, a division of the
in<
Blum,
ler and treasurer of the CJP charged with seeking and de-
,',f Jewish' Federations and veloping Innovative programs that
will "strengthen and enhance the
quality of Jewish life," will open
its North American headquarters
in Boston on May 15. Prof. Leon
A. Jick of Brandeis University is
the Institute's first director.
Working wilh Mr. Blum will be
a Board of outstanding Jewish
leaders and figures in the United
States and Canada, including rab-
bis of the three denominations,
faculty and students, educators,
Jewish Federation executives, com.
inn ha I leaders and leaders of re-
lated Jewish agencies and i>ersons
eminent in the arts and letters.
Appointment of the Board's
membership, which will number
more lhan CO from an original ros-i
ter of more than 400 outstanding
Individual*, is under way.
Flagler Host To
Funds (CJFi. has been
hairman of the newly-
All Club Exhibition Opens
In Lowe Levinson Gallery
200 Youngsters
Fabulous Flagler Kennel Club
played host to over 200 young-
si< is from eight Miami children's
agencies Saturday. The children,
ranging in age from six to 18,
Miami Beach Art Club will open 'were treated to dinner followed by
its 15th Anniversary Exhibition ot Is grandstand viewing of grey-
Brandeis Camp Institute
Scholarships Available
Scholarship assistance for col- living and the recreational aspect
age students wishing to attend I of tht American summer gamp.
Brandeis Camp Institute in Bran-j
ilt is. Calif., will be available! Last year. Justice Chapter, Fk>r
through special funds for this pur-1 Ida Women's Division, American
pose established by the Florida Jewish Congress, sponsored Eitan
Women's Division, American Jew- Grunwald's participation at Bran-
ch Congress. avis Camp Institute, renewing ties
The Annette A. and Joseph M. from tne M*?"1 Jewlsh community
Fine Scholarship Fund for Bran- *** tod lx','n dormant for -i
deis Camp Institute was set up to I number of years.
pay maintenance costs for woithy Applicants must be attending
South Florida college students, college, but can range from Presh-
who wish to attend Brandeis Camp I men to post-graduate studsnts.
Institute. Supplemental funds for Candidates for Brandeis Camp ln-
thi-s purpose have been contributed, ___ vf v.
by American Jewish <^ross: s>>UUV should contact \osef \an-
members and chapter gifts. Ich, executive director, American
0 ,...,, Jewish Congress, 119:) NK 125th
Brandeis Camp Institute, which
has been in existence since 1940 St-. Norttt Miami.
is a unique Jewish institution dedi-
cated to making secular Jews bet-;
ter Jews and better citizens. Em j
phasized in the camp are a love
of Jewish folk culture and work-
ing with the soil within a spirited"!
intellectual atmos|)hcro. This con-
cept was reinforced by aspects of
the Kibbutz idea of cooperative
EDUCATIONAL
DIRECTOR
Excellent references, experienced,
desires position in afternoon He-
brew school, t. D., Box 2973, Mi-
ami, Fla. 33101
nstitute for Jewish life, i paintings and sculpture at the !hound "schooling races."
Fisher of Detroit, CJF Lowe Levinson Art Gallery of
announced this week.
was chairman of the
, whose recommenda-
to the creation of the
I
rvices Held Here
r Mrs. Gorfinkel,
|ria! In Chicago
rvices were held at the River-
Chapel in North Miami Beach
week for Mrs. Shirley Gor-
B Hi Moshe's Rabbi Jo-
h A. Gorfinkel), who passed
n Monday, May V Interment
In v in Chicago, III.
Irs. Gorfinkel came to South
n.iii with her husband three
- ago from Milwaukee, Wis.
b addition to her husband, the
mm'!- Include her son. Dr. Joel
Sorfinkel oi Ft. Knox, Ky.; her
Kilter, Judith Weiss of Cincin-
i. Ohio; two grandchildren; two
ers, Sonia D. Shanes of Chi-
ii. III., and Gladys Levinson of
er Spring, Md., and a brother,
V. Dolgin of Chicago.
mi is being observed in Chicago.
LEGAL NOTICE
Temple Beth Sholom, *144 Chase Foram! "! the v",m- s"'v';'" .
Ave., Miami Beach Sunday with ,0,s' Saturday's program was the,
a reception iron, .; to 8 p.m.. ec- "" y "i>f"<""v *3 will be giv-
cording to an announcement made tn t0 "''T1* ,h,,s s!""' ",*....."'"
aw prohibits admitting minors to
1 y Judy Druekc'-. director of the
gallery. The exhibition will be on
new through May 20.
Exhibitors will include Ann
Bernstein. Samuel S. Goldberg,
Louis Jacoby, Max Jcnks. Bertha
'.'.. King. Lou Kopman. Ida R. Lear,
Rose Levin. Cesia I.andfield. Josh
Lieberman, Ann Mehlman, Edith
Nathan, Abe Plutzer, Harry Ross-
i:-an. Sally Lee Sapiro. Frances
Starr. Lenore B. Sternberg, Henny
Tendler. Samuel Waxier, Mortimer
L. Wien and Irving Zipkin.
LEGAL NOTICE
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT i
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1300
Arthur W. Primm
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
UK: I'M..... "I
,.\'KS MOHl iKNBK
i n .i
mi i minors iinil All Persons Hav-
_ Claim* it Demanda Asalnal Said
ale:
iu ;u. hereby notified and re-
red i.. preaent any claims and de-
ntil which Mm may have against
'state "f MAN 158 MOROKNKK
il l:>i i.i" bade County, Flor-
in ill. County Judgea of Dade
umy, mil nii- the aame in dupii-
" ami :,s provided in Section TJS.-
i'i"'i'i:i Btatutes, in their office*
'"' I'ounly Courthouse in Dade
""ly. Florida, uiiliin six ealendar
nth.- from iln- time nf tin- first
niioatlon hereof, or the aame will
I li.ui-.-,!.
Bated :,i Miami. Plorida, this 27th
'' April, ,\.i>. urjj
AXXRTTA WISK
An Administratrix
t'TA
'.'-' Publication of this notice on
' nayor May, ir.72.
?MM VORTON
'"" v for Administratrix CTA
' l-"- IN Mi- i'.uildillK
laau, Florida
; t.U-lt-M
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1722
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
RONALD II <' mDMAN
To Aif Creditor* and All Persons Hav-
ing claims in Demanda Against aaia
''"."i'iu' an- hereby notified ami re-
quired io preaeni anj claims andI dc-
Sands which you my have "
the estate of RONALD it- GOOU-
. an deceased late of Dade County.
Florida to the County Judges o pad
County and file ihe same in duplicate
and as provided In Section ..... i<-.
Korida s.au.us i *elr office, in
,l. County Courthouse In Dade coun-
ty Plorida, within six calendar
months frohm the lime ol he Or*
publication hereof, or the same win
'" ,:;;',';:;;"" Miami. Florida, this M
day of April, A.n. !"_ ,..
RHODA GOODMAN
As Executrix
Ptrsl publication of this aotic.....i
,|- :, day of May. 1971
Myers, Kaplan, Porter, Levinson &
K.nin
Attorney* for Executrix
Suite 804- 1150 aW. First Street
rny betting events, [n "schooling
races," however, betting is nol
permitted.
This was the third year Flaglei
has hosted a group of children for
evening racing. Developed in 1970
In one of Flagler's owners, David
Hfcctlt, the guest list has steadily
increased from the original 40
children to the present roster of
over 2001
The children attending Flagler's
"schooling races" party were from
the Community Action Agencies.
Parkway Children's Center.
Bethany Residence, Centro Mater.
Catholic Service Bureau. Catholic
Home for Children. Boystown of
South Florida and Kendall Chil-
dren's Home.
CUFF LORUNG DESIGNS
Custom Creations in Wood & Mica
613 S. 21st Ave. Hollywood
(Mem. Designers & Decorators Guild.)
Phone 920-7177
Tiger Tiger
Tea House
Specializing In
Pekin food and Mandarin
gourmet dining
2235 Bisc. Blvd. 371-2334
Is This any way to buy a Used Car?
Pershing Thinks So!
lose to the wholesale value of tht
car.
Recently, n young couple, freshly
returned from a honeymoon In the
islands, stopped in to see Joseph
;, 5-12-l-2
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. /2-9076
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriajwof,_,
GERALD JACK OPPBNHEIM,
Husband,
and
jl'DITH OPPBNHEIM,
TO: JUDITH OPPBNHBIM
e ,, ptaahek
IS Abeel Street
^"arIVbmSbY NOTIFIED
thai an action tor Dissolution or Mar-
rlace has been filed against you anil
vou are required to rye a copy oi
From the very beginning. Persn>
Ing prided itself ii]x>n the mechan-
iiiR. during which his father had |cal condition and i>hysical appear-
plll'Chased a like-new 2-year old ance of each car it thus sold. Ami
leased vehicle from Pershing! it also prided itself on the fact that
every person who l>ought a used
A very unique side light of the car became a "walking salesman"
Auto Rental and Leasing for sale fol. Pershing.
business at Pershing Auto leasing
has 1 en the availability of well- Today, every used car sold by
maintained.-properly serviced cars. Pershing is thoroughly inspected
of every type and description, at < the termination of the lease. front wheels aligned and all tires
balanced: and interior shampooed.
Traditionally, rental and leased Pershing's unconditional 33-day
cars are sold to ihe used car guarantee accompanies every car
dealers or taken to used-car sold, in addition to the remaining
auctions where they were sold Io year's of factory warranty.
the highest bidder. Frequently,
however, a very low-milage car,
driven by one individual or family.
wilh a perfect mechanical record,
is returned to Pershing. Such a
car. in the early days of Pershing's
As a result, literally hundred.; of
Miamians each year are now buy*
ing used cars from Pershing with
complete confidence in the me
chanical condition and at a cost
usually reserved for wholesale used
existence during the 1930's. would car buyers.
be set aside for sale to a business
. .. Is it any wonder (hat FrankeT
associate, friend, or member of the an(, Ncvc, m ^ serving R sc(>
family. And naturally, the sale on(|
ivould be made at a price very
generation of Miamians?
Pd. Adv.
v NOTlCE TO DEFEND
I \>A ESTRADA MXAIIKS.
. -,s IiiiIims, Minns, r-nmneucy.
'..r. ivi.jiireil (0 file an Answer M
<- linn |.,,r Marriasre Dissolution,
" '";; i i.iU i.f thlH Court, ami
' |>n>; thereof unnn .1. c. Laus-
i iiii west Placler Street, Ml-
" innrida miss, yur Husband's
in,i |.,,,. ,hnn ,UMe ,, ,OT,
,,., l":i"Ai'i.T will be entered
sinsi y,,.
*** Anrll IS7&
15, V I eatherman. Clark
,, y: R. M. RTSREE
newity ctBrk. Circuit Court
'ri'iis notice hH be published onee
Neve] and Sol Frankel, operators
of Pershing Auto Leasing, Inc.
They drove out in a newly-pur-
chased like-new used car, care-
fully selected from a group of onc-
and two-year old vehicles recently
returned trom long term leases.
'"mi i
'' Si.Ill
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN. .....
WITNKSS my hand and the seal 1 Ills incident, repeated many
Florida on times 0.1;.n week, would not nor-
i-li'-is-:'!'.
of said iiiiiiI at Miami.
thin 3 day Of May. IS!*.. ,
B, II. l.KATIIKUMA.V
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Pad.- i i.iiniy. Florida
Hv C P Cl iPBl AND
As Deputy clerk
(t?ircuit Court Seal)
MiriiAKi. r CHA8E
1900 S.W. Third Avenue .
Miami, raorida SS12S (854-0115)
Attorney tor Petitioner ,..,.,...
ma'dy bear comment. EJxcept that
the young bridegroom recalled to
Frankel and Neve] that 16 years
earlier, as a stripling of 6 years of
age. he had accompanied his dad
Ori a \i-it to Pershing Auto Leas-
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"eJewiisli FlorMiaia
Orthodox Youths Aid Syrian Jews
Miami, Florida Friday. May 5, 1972
Section C
Miami Section, NCJW, To
Open Child Care Center
By ISABEL GROVE
Jewish Floridlan Staff Writer
There are places for 17,000 chil-
dren in existing Day Care Centers
;n this area, but the need is for
r-n.COO places and growing every
year. This fact was among the
many discussed at a conference
tailed recently by the Greater Mi-
ami Section, National Council of
Jewish Women, which brought to-
gether local child care experts.
Referred to frequently during
the meeting was a report called
Windows on Day Care," pub-
lished in March by the Nationa'
Council of Jewish Women. The
survey, compiled and edited by
Mrs. Mary Keyserling, former
head of the Women's Bureau, De-
partment of Labor who is now
601-vlng as NCJW day care con-
sultant, vv-as conducted by Council
Section in 77 cities, including Mi-
ami.
The report accented the dismal
feet that millions of children are
being deprived of opportunities
for care and development because
of an acute and intensified short-
-ge of quality day care facilities.
The Miami Section, which has
been attempting to set up a day
care center in the Dade County
uie since 1969, according to F.laine
Bloom, Section president, will open
its first child care center in Larch-
mont Little River early in May.
Among officials at the Council-
sponsored meeting were Head-
Start Coordinator Dr. Juel Janis,
and Marie Portier of Family Serv-
Officers of Etz Chaim Congregation, Miami Beach, presented
a check recently to the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's
CJA-IEF campaign. From left to right are Hyman
Herstein, first vice president; Alex Kleiman, president;
[Id Beck, recording secretary; David Plulner, treas-
urer, end Morris Brafman, secretary.
Michael Litvak, (left) local director of the State of Israel
Eonds, and I. Eli Goldstein, chairman of the "Night in Israel"
event at the Corinthian, watch as William and Rose Cher-
sky receive a scroll stating they are "Honorees of Israel"
hem Dr. Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sho-
lora. The Cherskys will also be recipients of the State of
Israel Shalom Award for their dedication to Jewish communai
endeavors.
ices, head of that division's unit
in charge of licensing day care
centers.
Referring to the frustrating red
tape delaying the setting up of
tenters, and the cost, which must
be shared by government and in-
dustry as well as individuals, were
Gordon Johnson, director of HUD.
and Joyce Weatherup of 4 C
(Community Coordinated Child
Care).
For the Larchmont-Little River
Center, the Greater Miami Section
rjiised $10,000 and plans to apply
Lor Title IV funds which provides
hat 25'-; of locally raised money
MriJ] be met federally by 75%.
The Center for 15 children will
cater to the age from 2Va to 6
*ith preference given to children
of working mothers or mothers i
interested in seeking mployment.
NCJW's "Windows on Day Care"
accents the fact that day care
services are needed for all eco-
nomic grouiis, particularly low in-
come groups which are often in-
eligible for subsidized care.
"Day care services are needed
for infants, handicapped children,
children whose mothers are ill or
handicapped, and children whose
not hers are studying or in train-
ing programs" the report said.
Good developmental day care
costs 52,000 to $15,000 a year per
child.
Among recommendations made
hy "Windows on Day Care" are:
Iree day care services provided for
low income families; comprehen-
\r developmntaJ child care serv-
ices made available to all families
who wish their children to benefit
from them; Federal appropriations
of at least $2 billion for 1973, ris-
ing by S2 billion annually into the
1970*8; continuation and expansion
of Head Start programs.
Israel Friendship
Tours Sets Trip
Israel Friendship Tours will
sponsor a Mid-Summer group vis-
it to Israel, departing Miami July
24. Mrs. Charlotte Tumaroff, tour
consultant, said the three-week
tour will feature a dine-a-round
plan in both Jerusalem and Tel
Aviv.
The trip also will include a ca-
ble car ascent at Massada and
tree planting in the Jerusalem
forest, along with a cruise of the
Sea of Galilee.
Twelve days of touring on air
conditioned buses will be guided
ly English speaking drivers and
I guides. Heavy bookings for the
i summer make early reservations
1 necessary, Mrs. Tumaroff said. Is-
j rael Friendship Tours is located in
I Suite 225 of the One Lincoln Road
i Eldg.
All smiles over the success of the annual
Scholarship Ball of the Lehrman Day School
> Temple Emanu-FJ are, (from left) Emanuel
Mentz. vice chcrirman; Jack Siiverman, B. L
Binder, Rabbi Irving Lehrman; Myron Cohen,
Joseph Cohen; Leonard Zilbert, general chair-
man and Michael Taines.
The Southeastern region of the
National Conference of Synagogue
youth (NCSY) has pledged $2,500
to aid persecuted Syrian Jews and
new Russian Jewish immigrants to
Israel.
Rabbi Baruch Taub, regional di-
rector of the Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations of America,
lauded the youth group for its ac-
tivities during the past year.
He said NCSY staged 10 inter-
city "Shabbatons" and held con-
ventions involving more than 1.500
students from 15 different cities
in the Southeastern United States.
Regional headquarters are main,
tained in Savannah, Ga.
Benjamin G. Kline, (far left) was installed as president oi
the Mount Sinai Medical Center's Founders at the organhc:-
tion's April luncheon at the center. Outgoing president
Edward Shapiro, (far right) presided over the meeting.
Among the new vice presidents chosen were, (center left
to right) Milton Kelner, Mrs. Irving Schaffzin and Julius
Darsky.
b & &
Samuel Gertner, executive vice president of the Mount Sinai
Medical Center, (left) presented Miami Beach High School
principal Dr. Solomon Lichter, recipient of the Valley Forge
Educational Medal, with a special achievement award at
the monthly "Founders Luncheon" at the center.
Lehrman Day School's annual Scholarship Ball was the
most productive in history of the community institution
sponsored by Temple Emanu-El. Leaders of the dinner-
dance included, (from left to right) Harry A. Levy, Samuel
N. Friedland. Benjamin Belofl and Abel Haftz.


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*Je*isii rhridian
Friday, May 5, 1972
Sports Lodge Installation
Dinner And Show Saturday
Officers Elected
Bv Sisterhood Of
Temple Beth \m
The election of officers for the
B'nai B'rith Sports Lodge No. won several local-and area wide j coming year took place at a re-
8834 will hold its second^anni^L,jfoaL,B'rith and rtanmusjty."^ jffBaiBlCt,ing,of the Sislerl
Installation dinner ami ahnw Sat- awards. Tempi'- Beth Am: Mrs.
PAUL B. STEINBiRG
in day Starting at 6:30 p.m. in the
Americana Hotel with L'rnest B.
McCoy, athletic director of the
University of Miami as dinner
speaker.
Since the lodge was formed al-
truist two years ago under the
leadership of Miami Beach attor-
ney Paul B. Steinberg, it has
C own to over 100 members and
eat,eat!
Eat heartilythat's what
your family will do when
you serve Chef Boy-Ar-Dee
Cheese Ravioli.These tasty
little macaroni pies are just
like kreplach with zippy
cheese in the middle. Then
simmered in thick tomato
sauce with mushrooms and
more cheesefor real Italian
ta'am. Great for dairy lunch
or supper. And just about
the easiest you ever fixedl
Only 20c per serving.
The lodge has been active in
working with underprivileged, re-
larded and handicapped children.
Daring the last year members of
the organization hosted thousands
of children at University of Miami
lootball games, the rodeo. Ringling
Brothers Circus and other events.
The lodge also has been very
active in veterans and community
ttfairs and was able to interest
the veterans and senior citizens
in working with and taking the
joungsters to the various events,
according to Mr. Steinberg, out-
going president.
The lodge will receive its char-
ier Saturday at the dinner and
Hal Blitman, assistant principal
of North Miami Beach Senior
High School and former coach of
I he Miami Floridians, will be in-
stalled as the new president.
Other officers ami board mem-
Lers to lie installed arc president-
elect, Abe Mazie; honorary vice
p resident, Leo Steinman; vice
presidents, Ron Morris. Herb
Aronson and Marshall Berwick;
corresponding secretary, Murray
Weil: recording secretary, Murray
Mack; financial secretary, Aaron
Heller; treasurer, N. Allan Stein-
r.'an; chaplain, William ('. Clark;
warden. Paul B. Steinberg.
The new board of directors in-
cludes Melvin Ziegler. Louis Gott-
lieb. Nathan Cohen, Marvin Pius,
Cy Gottfried. Ed White, Jack
Portney. Bernie Simons, Sidney
Pellman, Jack Cohen, Sy Howard,
Isadore Wasserman. Sam Sharrow.
Mike Fruchter, Ben Levine. H.
ohn Karp and Stu Katz.
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FOR HIGH HOLIDAYS
Must be able to read Torah and
Blow Shofar. Call evening! 7-10
p.m. 949-6654 or 944-8220
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Norman
Wciner was selected as the gi i ip
president and Mrs, Harold Malin
was nanwd to si 1 ve as executivo
vice president.
Vice presidents for 1972-7'? in-
clude Mrs. Robert Widom and Mrs
Lee Root, ways and means: Mrs,
Michael Wexler and Mrs. David
Block, religious school; Mr Irs
Segal and Mrs. Sidney Koren,
membership; Mrs. Byron Cherkas,
human relations. a.d Mrs. M -
chad Clein and Mrs. Martin Dar-
low. programming. Other ofl
are Harr'.'t Potlock, trea*urer;
Ma. Erwin Ravich, recording sec-
retary. Mrs. Ben Clein. correspond-
ing secretary, and Mrs. Mark Item-
sky. financial secretary.
Among the newly elected h lard
member- are Mrs, Herbert Bocki-
an, Mrs. Kermit Bernhcimer, Mrs.
George Malin, Mrs. Charles
Brooks, Mrs. Arthur Rauchwerger,
Mrs. Sy Robbins, Mrs. Louis Ziff,
Mrs. Nat Rosenberg, Mrs. David
Rich, Mrs. Marvin Hani-. Mrs
Martin Miller. Mrs, Jack Herman.
Mrs. Lewis Meyers. Mrs, Mmray
Lipinsky. and Mrs. Harry Becker.
Also Mrs. Julian Pearson, Mrs.
Alan Kcssler, Mrs. Alvin Ros".
Mrs. Sam Rosen. Mrs. Phillip
Brass, Mrs. Rose Potlock and Mrs.
Kenneth Hankin.
Mrs. Frances Resnick To
Succeed Mrs. Dellerson
Lincoln Miami Beach Chanter
Women's League for Israel, was
to install its new slate of officers
at a brunch in the Algiers Hotel
The program includes speaki -
Yalta i Mrs. Jayi Dormer and Mrs.
Kyoko Okamoto.
Mrs. Frances Resnick. who :< be-
ing installed as president, sue :eeds
Mrs. Rose Dellerson, who has
served In that post for the past
four years. Phillip Greiff is Ihe
installation officer; Mrs. Shirley
Nathanson is chairman of the clay.
Flagler Federal Savings program to revive Arbor Day and increase public aware-
ness that trees are important to our lives, donating more
than 500 trees, including black olives, satin leafo, bottle
brush and sea grapes, to various Dade and Broward CouiMy
municipalities. The mayors of each city accepted the trees,
which were planted by local civic clubs as a public service.
Here boys and girls from North Miami Beach plant trees as
Flagler Federal vice president Herschel Rosenthal, (left)
Mayor David Lapham and architect Alfred Browning Parker,
a director of Flagler Federal and vice chairman of the Ciiy
of Miami Beautification Committee, watch.
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Friday. May 5, 1972
fJenisMcridttan
Page 3-C
Temple Judea's New Slate
To Be Elected On Sunday
Temple Judea of Coral Gables
Section meeting Sunday at 7:30
p.m.. following a 6:30 p.m. buffet
giipper, its has been announced.
A new slate, of officers ajjd
board i>f trustees will be presented
to the congregation by the nom-
inating committee and plans and
jeports for the 1972-7.0 fiscal year
nill be announced. The meeting
will also feature a symbolic "burn-
|nf> of the mortgage" as a climax
to the recent fund-raising cam-
palgn.
Heading the list of officers nom-
inated for the new year will be
Miami businessman Sol Schreibor.
Who has been lillint; a post as vice
President of the congregation. Mr.
Si hreiber. a recent recipient of the
Jerusalem Peace Award, is a past
I resident of the Coral Gables Op-
timist Club and of the Coral Ga-
bles B'nai B'rith Lodge. He has
Berved as foreman of the Federal
Grand Jury in South Florida.
Other nominees are Albert Ja-
Dotaon, Harold Jaffer. Marvin Le-
vin and Dr. Clifford Marks, vice
presidents; Donald Murray, se-
cretary; Sidney Richman, treas-
urer; and Marvin Pearlman, fi-
nancial secretary.
The new members of the board
Cf trustees arc Barry Hosser. Mrs.
Harvey Miller. Barry Haiman,
iVirs. Marvin Levin. Paul Indlaner,
Mort Marcus. Jerry Isan. Victor
Writer, Ben Klein, IryingSchwartz,
Jack Langef and* Manuel" Serkin
Holdover trustees include Paul
Blau, Robert Brown, Donald Hom-
er, Dr. Eugene Komrad, Moe
Langer, Ernst Rosenkrantz. Dr.
fifed Witkoff and Leroy Zimmer-
man.
Voters Incorporated
Meeting Set Tuesday
Harry Levy, president of Voters
Incorporated, will moderate an
'oi>en to the public" meeting Tues-
day at 8:15 p.m. in the auditorium
of the Washington Federal Bank.
1234 Washington Ave.
Judge Dan Satin will discuss
The Obtaining of State and Fed-
eral Aid to Fight Drug Abuse."
The rest of the evening will be
(ailed the "Tallahassee Story."!
Florida State Representatives
Harold G. Featherstone. Marshall
T>. Harris. Richard R. Renick and |
Sherman S. Winn will point out
:bc importance of the annual legis-
lative sessions.
Temple Sinai Plans 16th Anniversary Celebration
tin will provide the instrumental
.iiid vocal music. A surprise corn-
Temple Sinai of North Dade ; Hull, 18801 NK 22nd Ave., North edian will also be featured. For
Will celebrate its 16th anniversary Miami Beach, Saturday. June 3 at j reservations and information, call
with a gala anniversary dinner- 8 p.m. I the temple office or Mrs. Frank
dance and floor show in the Social Norman Leader and his orches- Kiomsky.
Morton Mandel To Be Keynoter
Industrialist Morton L. Mandel Y's Annual Dinner and Meeting.
of Cleveland, Ohio, recently elected scheduled for 8 p.m. Saturday.
president Oj me National Jewish I May 20 In the Y's Ballroom, was
Welfare Board has ac- extended personally by Myron A.
( I an invitation to give the
Keynote address at the Greater
Miami YM-YV.'HA annual dinner
oiii! meeting.
The invitation to speak at the
Berezln, executive director of the
' Y." Mr. Mandel was responsible
for Mr. Borezln-s move into social
work from Industry; the two men
are close, |>ersonal friends.
iron CAM BE SURE when you give your family
Hydrox Cookies and Vienna Fingers. They're baked,
with pure vegetable shortening and it says so on.
the label. *~*
THE FRESHEST IDEAS KEEP COMING FROM
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Informal entertaining at Shauuoth
BY ESTHER FEINBERG
A festive holiday calls for festive recipes. These are perfect for canapes or a buffet table, and most can be prepared
we;) aheao o? lime. They come from you, our readers, and we're grateful that you're willing to share such delicious eating.
Now, happy, happy holidays from the makers of Hellmann's* and Best Foods** Real Mayonnaise.
BEET SALAD MOLD
1 (12-ounce) can shoe string beets
1 (3-ounce) package Kosher lemon
flavored gelatin
2 tablespoons minced onion
2 teaspoons lemon juice
1 tablespoon horseradish
Dash salt
1/2 Cup HELtMANN'S/BEST FOODS
Heal Mayonnaise
Dram beets, reserving liquid; add water
1o juice to make 1 I /2 cups. Bring juice
mixture to boil: pour over gelatin, Stir-
ling until dissolved. Add beets, onion,
lemon juice, horseradish and salt; mix
well. Chill until firm 1 inch from edge of
bowl but still solt in center. Fold in Real
Mayonnaise Pour into 3 cup mold or in-
dividual molds. Chill until firm. Serves 6.
Submitted by:
Mrs. Bess Krasney. Atlantic City, N. J.
Hellmann's/Best Foods adds creamy
lexture ana subtle llavor to this shim-
mering beauty.
SALMON APPETIZER ROLLS
1 (7 3/4-ounce) can salmon,
drained and flaked
1/2 CUP HELLMANN'S/BEST FOODS
Real Mayonnaise
2 tablespoons lemon juice
1 teaspoon horseradish
1 teaspoon grated onion
1/2 cup cold water
2 cups buttermilk biscuit mix
Paprika
Mix together first 5 ingredients. Sprinkle'
water over biscuit mix; toss with fork to
blend. Flatten dough .slightly and roll
out to 14-inch circle on lightly floured
surface. Spread with salmon mixture.
Cut into wedges. Roll up, starting at
wide ends. Sprinkle with paprika. Bake
in 425F. oven 15 minutes, or until
lightly browned. Makes 28 to 30 f0lls
Submitted by:
Mrs. Cyrus Stephson,
New Haven, Conn.
Hellmann's/Best Foods Real Mayon*'-
naise won't separate even when heated
in a recipe like this.
PLEASE...SEND US YOUR RECIPES
We'd be delighted if you'd share more
ol your favorite Kosher mayonnaise
recipes with us. We'll print your name
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CREAMY CHOPPED HERRING
1 (16-ounce) jar pickled herring tid-
bits, drained and finely chopped
(1 apples, peeled, cored and finely
chopped
2 hard cooked eggs, finely chopped
J cooked potato, finely chopped or
(1 slice rye bread crust removed
and finely shredded
1 small onion, finely chopped
1/4 Cup HELI MANN'S/BEST FOODi
Real Mayonnaise ,
1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
Combine all ingredients. Serve on
crackers or party rye as an appetizer
or on bread as a sandwich. Makes
3 1/2 cups.
i Submitted by:
Mrs. Julian Goulston, Matiapan. Mass.
jHellmann's/Best Foods is Real whole-
egg Mayonnaise, an ideal blender lor
i^ell kinds of foods.
QEFILTE FISH SPREAD
1 (16-ounce) jar Gelilte fish
'1/4 CUp HEILMANN'S/BEST FOOOS.
Real Mayonnaise
;1/4 cup chopped celery
2 tablespoons horseradish
Drain fish and mash with fork. Add Real
Mayonnaise, celery, and horseradish;
mix well. Chill. Serve on bread, crackers
or matzo. Makes 1 3/4 cups,
I Submitted by:
' Mrs. D. Zaetz, London, Ontario
HELLMANNS
| mayonnaise
Best Foods
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CREAMY MACARONI BAKE
2 cups elbow macaroni, cooked and
drained
1 (10-ounce) can condensed
mushroom soup
1/2 cup milk
1 cup grated sharp process
American cheese
1/3 cup H6LLMANN'S/BES1 rooos
5 Real Mayonnaise
1 /4 cup chopped pimienlo
1 /4 cup chopped green pepper
1 /4 cup finely chopped onion
Mix together macaroni, soup, milk, 1 /z
cup of the cheese, Real Mayonnaise,
pimiento, green pepper and onion.
Turn into 1 1/2-quar| casserole. Sprin-
kle with remaining grated cheese. Bake
in 400"F. oven 25 minutes or until
cheese is slightly browned. Serves 4
to 6,
Submitted by:
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* Jewish Tk>ridk>r
Friday. May 5, 1972
Two Luncheons Planned By
Women's Division-Technion
The three chapters of Dade ciety, national chairman of the
County's Women's Division of the I Shakers Bureau, and chairman
American Society for Technion. of the National Biennial Conven-
'* | tion, was elected president of the
Women's Division in 1971.
President of the Miami Beach
Chapter is Mrs. Milton Sirkin;
program chairman is Mrs. Milton
Jacobson. The luncheon committee
includes the Mesdames Henry Ar-
thur, Jack Cantor, Nan Cohen and
Nathan Leder.
The president of the Miami
Chapter, Mrs. Meyer Brilliant, is
working with Mrs. H. Franklin
Williams, luncheon chairman; Mrs.
Fdwin R. Graham, chairman of the
Day, and committee members Mrs.
Melvin Schwartz, Mrs. William
Goldberg, Mrs. Harry Aaronson.
Mrs. Martin Spector and Mrs.
Joseph Lieberman. Mrs. Seymour
Lichtenfeld, president of the North
Dade Chapter, is cooperating in
both events.
, MRS. DAVID W. HtRKMAHN
comprising over one thousand
members, will play host to Mrs.
David W. Merrmann of Ft. Lee.
N.J., national president of the
' Women's Division of the Society
next week.
Mrs. Herrmann, who will be in
Miami May 9-12, will be guest
speaker at two special events
the 10th anniversary luncheon of
the Miami Beach Chapter, to be
neld at the Algiers Hotel at noon
Thursday, May 11. and the ninth
annual Spring Luncheon of the
Miami Chapter. Friday, May 12 at
11:30 a.m. in the Miamarina Res-
taurant, Miami.
Both luncheons are in honor of
Mr*. Herrmann, who after a long
career as president of the Man-
hattan-Gotham Chapter of the So-
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for
SYNAGOGUE OFFICE
in Coral Gables
Basic Bookkeeping helpful. Musi
be mature, efficient t reliable. For
interview call 448.7132
WANTED
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For High Holidays Only
Write B.K., Box 2973 Miami, Fla.
33101
Position* Wanted:
ORDAINED RABBI
College graduate. Highly compe-
tent in teaching, adult education,
preaching and every area of con.
Kreiratlonai life. Alcn wife excellent
teacher, aeeks position. Prepared
to consider week-end or part-time
duties. Write Rabbi B. G., Box 2973,
Miami, Fla. 33101
Mrs. Herrmann will be the house
guest of Mrs. Martin Spector of
Coral Gables, a national vice pres-
ident of the Women's Division.
The Technion-Israel Institute of
Technology is Israel's oldest uni-
versity. The National Women's Di- i
vision of the Society, with chap-
ters across the country, is engaged !
in a vigorous program of expan- ;
sion in membership and fund-rais- !
serving Israel's future leaders by
providing student scholarships and '<
sponsorship funds for Technion.
At the 1971 convention, the
Women's Division approved a na-
tional fund-raising goal in con-
junction with the Technion's 50th
anniversary in 1974. In addition.
the Women's Division expanded
its program to include the medical- ;
engineering project at the Tech-
r.ion, supporting the fusion of med- |
icine and technology thus serving
I he life sciences of tomorrow.
The Southeastern Florida Region of Women's American
ORT will hold its annual "Honor Roll Luncheon" at the
Deauville Hotel, on two successive days Thursday, May
11, and Friday, May 12 to accommodate the many hon-
ored guests. Entertainment will be "A Musical Production'
by the ORT Thespian Group. Planning the event are Mrs.
Leonard Pechenik, (left) president; Mrs. Joel Lack, chair-
man, and Mrs. Phillip Stark, executive committee chairman.
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fJenUti ncrktictn
Hebrew Academy Day Camp
Offers Swimming, Science
horseback riding, swimming and
V- sports will be spotlighted in
is vears Greater Miami Hebrew
ad'emv Day Camp, which will
headquartered at the Miami
ach school's modern campus but
ake frequent road trips.
Camp is slated from June 12 to
ygusj 4; intensive early registra-
on has been reported by Miami
each attorney Irving Firtel, pres-
ent ot the Hebrew Academy.
The eight-week session also in-
ides science programs, dramatics
j Hebrew instruction plus
ush-up work on school subjects
those who need it.
In addition delicious, well-
lanced hot lunches are served
lv and bus transportation is
rovided to and from home each
y to the school at 2400 Pine Tree
k.
Joe Ackner, who during the reg-
lar school year is science direc-
>r of the Academy, is directing
he camp again this year as he's
one every year since it opened
en' 10 years ago.
There are three divisions in the
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clds; the intermediates, for those
7 to 11 years old, and the junior
high group for the 12- and 13-
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also include an educational pro-
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the Seaquarium, Serpentarium,
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grams will feature films related
to the projects.
The camp has a special feature
for the younger childrenonce a
week ponies are brought in from
a South Miami ranch for super-
vised rides around the school
grounds. Junior camp children par-
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instruction with qualified teach-
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children's films and get arts and
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gram. Among features are horse-
back riding at the Golden Eagle
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overnight campouts.
The entire day camp program is
under the personal supervision of
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, princi-
pal of Hebrew Academy.
NMB Mayor Lapham
Guest Speaker For
Parkway Luncheon
North Miami Beach Mayor
David Lapham will be the guest
speaker at the fifth annual awards
and installation luncheon of the
Parkway General Hospital Aux-
iliary Wednesday in the Cotillion
Room of the Eden Roc Hotel.
Phillip Leeber, executive admin-
| istrator of Parkway, will install
i the newly elected officers; Dr.
[ Morris W. Greenberg will present
j awards to volunteers for their
I many hours of volunteer service.
Also participating in the program
will be Dr. Robert Willner and
Mrs. Theodore Latterman, South
District director of the A.F.H.A.
Scholarships will be presented
to high school seniors seeking ca-
rpers in the health field, and to
cue of the hospital's personnel to
further his or her career.
DAYTIME CHILD CARE?
2 yrs. & up Hot Meals In-
struction Playground.
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extra charge. Subscribers who wish to discontinue the
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fJenisii ftcrkKar
Friday. May 5.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
Obituaries
EROOKS, Howard, U, EMI Sheridan
we., M.B. Riverside. Interment
kit. Sunn
ChaL, Joseph, 'is. 8507 S.W 137lh
vvtv Riverside. Interment Mi.
Nebo.
FISHER, Herman, 7S. L'K.'.H Leonard
I>r.. N.M.I! Riverside.
Handelsman. Bertha, m>. 141*2
-..llins Ave Ml'.. Blanberjr.
HENKIN, Rachael, sn. 120*-Colllna
\ ve., M.B. New man,
HEARS, Robert K., 58. 7343 Carl vie
\*. m B, Blaabera.
FOTHSTEIN. LoMia, 80, l".l N E. (2nd
St. Riverside
STERN. Samuel. 7... 15(00 N.E. lilh
V\ -.
E-OCK, Paula. 7>:. ..f Mil.
kustin. Sarah. 71. 100 King* Point,
* M B. Newman.
LEVIT. Riva, 88. ISIS X \V 25th Ave.
Oordon. Interment Star of David
MOSCOWITZ. Samuel. 74. of M.I!
;.\ .1-id.- Intel menl Mi. Sinai
SCHWARTZ, Bather, 70, >;::< lth St.,
1 I! (lordon Interment Ml. sinnl.
SULKIN. Irene. B7, '.:::' Colllna Ave .
m II Ne man
EERG, Aaron, 79, of M B Riverside
EiXER. Bdmond P 72, of Key Bin-
ayne. Riverside.
BC.UCKER. Jennie. 7".. I66U W.
Dixie Huv
DSUCKER, Philip, 69, 800 Ocean Dr
niaakenz.
COLS8TEIN. Esther, BO, of N.M.I!
HUTT. Alex, 7.:. I.' I-..llins Ave M l:
lurdon,
ADLER. Isadnr, 88, 4:'7 Colllna Av<
M.B. Gordon.
BRANSON. Chariea II., sr>, ofH.B,
: Iveralde.
CMERNEVITZ, living. 77. of Ml!.
:ivi-rsiiii. Interment Mt. Nebo.
hirsch, Louts, !">. 100 Bay Dr., JIB.
Ilnshai 8
KRAU8. Ullton JT.. !>. 5M1 CbUmi
-ve. Mil. Riverside, Interment
11 Nebo.
LiPSON. Alfred .1 :,:,. of Bay Hnr-
..> Islands. Riverside Interment
dt. Nel".
NOORE. rhnnjee i> 41. :'i".i Alton
: SCHultz. Harry, 87. of M.H New-
lan.
SEITEL. Ruth, 80. 3421 I ake I'an-
ihI Dr., Jl 11 Riverside. Intennent
It Nebo.
SIEGAL. Nellie. J5, 11,m Colllna Ave,
1 II Oordon.
SI'dONS. Per. iva! K 74. 2800 X W.
.'till si Gordon Interment Star of
1-. vi.l
SPRINKLE, Frieda B., 82, 001 Merid-
nu Ave Mp. Riverside
STEIN. Robert M 88, -."4 \\- 47,1,
St., M.B, Riverside.
URLICH, Ij-ii, .,7. of Miami. River-
side.
SCHWARTZ. Jacob, .if Miami. River-
-id. Interment \n Nebo
YAFFE. Oeorse, 72, 5005 Colllna Avi
I.I! Newman.
KANE. Irving. 88, IS6C X B, 191 at
M N.M.ll. Ulasberg.
KL'SHELEWITZ. Eninnu.1. 72. 1615
.** W. 21!im1 Ave. Oordon. Interment
Mt. Nebo,
t-CVITCH, Ida B., 1.4. MM Marcos
Palmers
Miami Monument Company
3279 S.W. 8th Street, Miami
444-0921 444-0922
Open Sunday thru Friday
Personalized Memorials Custom
Crafted In Our Own Workshop.
Dr. N.M.B. Riverside.
PRAISSMAN. Morris. M. ..f M.B.
Riverside. Interment Mt. Sinai.
SEIOENBERQ, Kva. 84. 9130 S.W
4Xth St. Riverside
WIENER. Fred. 7L', of N.M.ll.
aaronson, Bernard, 7.!. of MR.
Riverside. Interment Ml. Nebo
ENGELMAN, Dr. Uriah. 77, of
Miami. Interment Mt. Sinai
GOLDSTEIN, Esther llauer, 59, of
N.M.B.
FELDMAN, Sidney. 87. 1500 Ilav
ltd.. MR. Newman.
GROSSMAN. ISelln. 81, lull 8th Si ,
Ml! Itiverside. Interment Ml
Sinai.
LERNER. Florence. 71, of Miami.
Riverside.
model, Jacob, St. of M.B, River-
aide. Interment star of David
PURCEL. Mllfbrd s 62, 5151 Colllna
Ave M.B. Riverside
resnick. Simon, 68, 2070 Bay r>r
.M I! Newman.
RZEZNIK. Heraaek, 78, of Miami.
Riverside Interment ML Nebo.
WILSON, l.otiv. S. 83, 2431 S.W.
-7tli St. Oordon. int. tin. in Ml
Sinai.
COHEN, Sadie, of Miami Riverside,
Interment Star of Dav'd
EISENMAN, Minnie [>.. 7!'. of MB.
Riverside.
feirman. Minnie, 71. 1548 Buclld
-Vi'., M.B. Newman.
JANIGER. Philip, 88, TOM S.W. 8tli
St.. t'oral Cables. Riverside,
LEVY. Bertha, 7'i. :'.:7l Collins Ave.,
Mil. Newman.
MICHELSON, Hussie. 74, 1720 S
<: lades Dr.
perlman, Henry, 90, of n.m B
Riverside.
pinkwater. Rafael, 67, 11.-. Ocean
Dr.. M.B. Blaabera;,
BRODIE, Eugene. Mi, of M.B. River-
side.
BURG. Joseph. 88, of M.B. River-
side.
DOBULER, Mike. 72, 1500 Bay ltd..
M.B. Newman.
beoookian. Rebecca, M, 719 Lenox
Ave., M B..Newman.
franklin. Raymond B., 70. 100
Kings Point Dr.. N.M.B, River-
aide. Interment Mt. Nebo
JANCOWITZ. Sain. 2099 Point East
Dr., N.M.ll lilasbenr.
LUSHER, Abraham, 16, 1412 Ocean
Dr.. M.B. Newman.
marrits, Harry 84, 1717 Coiling
Ave. M.B. Blaabera;.
SALOMON, Btta, 72, of Miami
Riverside.
SALPETER, Philip, 7s, of Mil,
Itiverside.
seidner. Bessie, 7, 1300 Ocean Dr.,
M.B, "lord..11.
SETARO. 1..-. 7/7. -3zo Ocean Ter.,
M.B. Blaabera
SHULMAN, Ida, of N.M B.
ARONOFF. Ruth A 51, of Miami.
Riverside.
BERGER, ji.s..... l>.. .-,::. of 156 \ n
I7lst si \ \i B. Blaabera;,
CADMAN, Miriam. 255 W. 24th St.,
lliaieaii. Riverside.
COHEN, Rosalind, 41', 060 N.E 156th
Ter., N.M.B.
dobsewitz. Joseph, M, MI Bay
Dr.. MB, Blasbcrg.
ENZER. Morris, 7", (25 Meridian
Ave.. .M.B. Oordon. Interment Mt.
Nebo
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-7386
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN RK: THK MARRIAOB OF
JOYCE 8U2MON, wife and
EDWARD JOHN SHIMON, III.
husband
YOU, EDWARD JOHN STEMON,
III, whose residence la 5428 Fifth Ave-
nue, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, IS232,
are notified to serve u copy of your
answer to Petition for Dissolution of
Marriage filed against you by I'.-ii
.....n-r. Wife's attorney, ALAN S.
BECKER, it 7030 Blscayne Boulevard,
Miami. Florida, and file the original
with the Clerk of this Court on or
0.-lore me 1, ,iay of May* l!'7-\ other-
wise a default will be entered against
you.
Dated this 11 day "f April, 1972.
1: li LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, 11 ih Judicial Circuit
By: It. M. KIsski;
1 i.-i.utv clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
4 14-21-2S "
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1613
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RK: Kslate of
HARVEY FLEI8CHMAN,
Deceased,
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Batata:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any clalma ami de-
mands whieli you mav have against
the estate of HARVEY FLEI8CHMA.N
deceased late of Dade County. Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same In duplicate
and as provided In Section 783 16,
Florida Statutes, in their offices In
the County Courthouse In Dnde Coun-
ty. Florida, within six calendar months
from the time of the first publication
hereof, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 1(>
day of April, AD 1972.
/.s/ Je.inette Fleisohman
Jeanette Pleischman
As Executrix
Mrst publleation of this notice on
the II dav of Anril. 1972
ARONt iVITZ. SILVER & BOOTH
s Max 1!, Silver
B) Max It silver
Attorney for Bxecutrlx
801 Alnsley liuilding
4 14.'!1-:'x 5
Street. Miami Beach .
r.-eiMer said name with the Clerk, of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
nUrida- PAIM.KUITNKV
RICHARD KROOP
Kwltney & Kmop
Attorneys for applicants
1 -.-.' i.:n. oln Road
Miami Beach, Fla. _
4/14-21--.'S 5 '.
'__________fl M.i ------1----------
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: Tli.- MarrlnRe ol
lli:i|il". El.LEX SAl'.KIX. Wit.-
and
LAWRENCE BARK IN, Husband
TO: LAWRENCE SARKIN
208 Haddon Road
Syracuse, New York 13200
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed asainal you and
you are required t. serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to it
on BURNETT ROTH, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 420 Lin-
coln Road. Miami Beach, Florida
SS1J0, and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court on
or before May 17. 1972; otherwise a
default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the com-
plaint or petition
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVicf
(NO PROPERTY)
N THE CIRCUIT COURT 0F tJ
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT1
OF FLORIDA, IN AND won
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-4a
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTlol
OF MARRIAGE N
N RE: THE MARRIAOE OF
PAUI.A JOAXXE TOST, w |f,
and
WILLIAM HENRY TORT III
Husband
TO: WILLIAM HENRY TOST lit
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTO
that an aqtinn fKuhit .. ,1
rlage has been filed agal
you are required to serve ;, ',.,
your written defenses, if imv ,
DAVID !:. STONE, attorney'for
tinner, whose address \ |(|i \ n.
I Ave., Miami. Florida., and fi,
i.tiginal with the clerk of the -,t
styled eourt on or before Its*
1072; otherwise a default n-|||K.
t.-t.-d against you for th.- relle!
manded in the complaint or netll
This notice shall be inil.'i-i-, ,| ,
each week for four cnnxecutlva u-.
in THK JEWISH FIJORTDIAN
WITNESS my hand
said court at Miami. Florida nn li
11 da} Of April. 1972. '
E. R LEATHERMAN,
As Clerk, Circuit Pnurl
Dade Countv. Fl
By: R. M. KISSES
As Deputy Clt rk
fCircull Court Seal)
STONE SOSTCHIN
101 N W 12th Ave.
Miami. Fla. 18123
Attorney for Petitioner
4 ll-:'-.-> -, -
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREItY OIVEX thai
,. .. -;-- ,, ,^.ii o r. in I i v, I. I > 1,1
I Ins notice shall be published once tne undersigned. desihnS to enc
hWpTvn -!Vv'i- v 1 1^' JlAYDEN INVESTMENT in ,, ,
WITNESS my hand and the seal of Tul,.,ln Slre^, (.nra, ,;.,,,_ ,-,.;;*
aid court al Miami, Florida on this
10 day of April. 1072,
E. 6. LEATHERMAN,
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade Countv. Florida
By: L. BNEEDEX
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Beal)
BURNETT Ro-ril
42" Lincoln Road
Miami Leach, Florida 23129
Att.Mti.-y for Petitioner
4 14-21-28 5 :,
1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-7441
NOTICE OF SUIT
FOR PETITION OF
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
1 IN KE: MARRIAOE OF
MARSHALL attO\ ES, Husband
and
i-:i:.\IA UI IVES, \\ it',-
TO: ERMA OROVES
Residence Unknown
YOU, lill.MA QROVE8, are hereby
notified that a Petition foi Dissolu-
tion 01 Marrlagre has been filed agahial
you, and you at.- required to serve
intends to register said name wit
the Clerk of the Ctrcui' Court I
Dad County, Florida.
JAMES R. l-AYDKX
HOWARD R. HIRSCH
Attorney for Layden Investmeni Co
4 14.
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 ..i
li.\NJAM IN UA CMSIt I.A(!
Decaaaed,
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
i-:.- fate:
You are hereby notified and re-;
quired to present any claims and de- ''"">' "< V"Ur Answer or Pleading 10
mandH which you may have against ald Petition for Dissolution of Mar.
the estate of iikviimiv o.i-. I riinr.-.... ih u..i......,... ..._
Florida, to the County'Judges of'n'ai'l.- I Bulldjni,"i 'wTl^whtneCliUunl
County, and file the same In -dupll-' m"'>*~ "- -
cate and as provided in Section 7.13 -
li.. FMrida Statutes, in their offices
I11 the t ounty Courthouse in Dade
County, Horida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this >6
day ol April. AD. 1972.
ROSE BAUM8HI.AG
... Am Executrix
..''JJ', Publication of this notice on
the 2S day of April, |7*
JOSEPH SCHMIER
Attorney for Estate
80S Lincoln Rond
Miami Reach. Florida 8X100
4/28 3/5-12-18
you may have against "aid Petition for Dissolution of \lar-
BENJA.M1N BAUM- I "* "n the Husbands Attorney, Ron-
'd late of Dnde County. I "I'1 '- Davis, Esq.. p.a., 417 Blscayne
County Juils-es of n...t.. I liuilding, is w. Klagler Street Miami
Honda 28180, Phone: 378-28.-.1, and
file the oriKlnal Answer or Pleading In
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
t ourt on or before the 19 .lav of Mav
1972, and if y.,u fail to do so, Judfr-
m.-nt by detault will be taken ag lin-t
you for the relief demand.,! in the
Tins 's^^'^Vl^"^--
.,!.., 1 T ,\ snal1 b,> Published
once each week for four <4i consecu-
live weeks in THE JEWISH FLORID-
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami
Florida ..is 11 day of April. 1972
E. II I.KATHERMAX, Clerk
Circuit Court
Hade County, Florida
By: R. M. KISSKI:
Deputy Clerk
It ii.ttii Court Seal)
4/14-21-28 I
NOTICE UNOER
N. FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
.kNOTI' K. Is '"-'"Env OIVEX that
the undersigned, desiring lo engage ,
HI H. W 61st Fin. intends to rig iter Jld
AluUr S. OLI.VIi-K
_____^^ 4/21-28 ;-.-l2
IN
THE C0.UNN^DJFORE'8 CURT
DAOE.CNP^A^0m0A
No. 72-1719
FRANK B. DOWLING
HAKRY I, CARSON
Deceiixod.
mVI"i?',",0r?.nnd A" P-rsonsHav-
E.fu1,e"m', r De<' Again., Ifiuu
o.ilrV"i ?r'' h<,r,>,,>' notified and re-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2055
JOHN R. BLANTON
In HP ,T'?E TO CREDITORS
in ItK: I-.stafe of
JACOB POX
Deceased.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY f!l\ I \ I!
thi- u'liilerslgned, desiring :
business under the fictitious n
PCS'!' BEE DI'PLICATlNi: SERVia
nl Congreaa liuilding. Miami
Ida intends 'o register v.,
with the Clerk of the Circuit C
of Had.- County. Florida.
ROMALB LAND CORP
4 14-21-21 S I
N THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
No. 72-1707
FRANK B. DOWLING
In RE: Estate of
EDITH P DOMOSH
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Person* Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Sai*
Estate:
You are hereby notified and n>
tjuired to present any claims and de
mauds which vou mav have Rgaiaa.
the estate of EDITH P. IX>\|0SH|
deceased lnte of Dade County, Ploriii,
to the County Judges of Dade C-.unty,,
and file the same In dunlic.ite and as
provided in Section 7.13 16. Florida
Statutes, In their offices in th.- t'"uti-
ty Courthouse In Dade County. Flnr-i
Ida. within six calendar months fmra
the time of the first publication tare
of. or the same will he barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this nh
day of April. A.D. 1972.
THE MIAMI BEACH
FIRST NATIONAL RANK
By: PETER A. ISA [A
As Executor
First publication of this notlW oa
the 14 day of April, 1972.
SPARBER. ZEMEL. ROSRIX AND
HEII.HRONNER. PA.
Attorney* for Executor
inn North Rlcavne Boulevard
Miami, Florida 3S132
*/14-!l-!8 S 3
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
DADE. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-7031
NOTICE TO DEFEND
IN RE THE MARRIAOE OP
To All Creditors sn,l 111 r> ,. '-N HIC TJ1B MARRIAOE (
Ing Claims or |'. ^ir"'"'" HV- >PHLIA H. PEREZ. Wife,
Estat Demands Against said Petitioner, and.
Estflto* --.... uniu a oiinriari, *%**ls.
You are herehv .,.-., j FRANCISCO N. PERKZ,
quired to present.,n'v0','rd n,,d, r"- Husband, Respondent.
mands which m-.e 1 ms """ dc" YOr- ^""cisc. N. Perejt.
'he es,:,e^Vl",V,nRN,i'0-,'aaEai,,K"!rUba S,^,,e, ll*nCh "PT
of r>a.l <-....... JP* deceased I bana, Cuba, an- required to
elded in Section ?nTat%?,!?.'m nro- <'"url- i""1 s**n'"' a coIy thereof uiwa
"tea, In their off!.; '. "orl<, *<"- J- C. IAPSSEL 1770(4) West Flat*
Courthous" | nirt S,.'" ",e cunty Street, MJaml. Florida 82185. yf
within six c emairm(?.!'.'.ll>\FIO,'l time of ,he rh. L.5,.?.na!f frnm the l72, oil
of 1*1]
s, IU-1
-^, ure mi|uire.i ,w tile ai
Answer to the Petition For Marrlapl
Dissolution, with the Clerk
Court, and servt
J. C. LAt-SSEI.
MJaml,
lawyer, not laier man ..ij *i
herwlsc DEFAILT will he *
K^^a^JEU^seR*-*
time of the first LIT ,,s fr"m 'he l72, otherwise DEFA
or the san". willl, "h'!"'i"l"n hereof, lered against you.
Dated a mi f Dat~: Anr-ll S. 1972.
\ D ii". ''"""hi- 'his 1 day E. II. I^atherman. Clerk.
EDITH F..v ,s ,!y: u- KISK,i ,
AsExecu^ ,"'""'y '-',-:rk: ''"VU,M 0U"'
lt>. Florida Statutes, i
BttSST.....***A
E. FRANKLIN CARSON
, Ay Executor
Fust publlcal.......r thi. ,.,,
"'e :. day of May, 1878 "
l >' MERMELL
Attorney for Executor
l!..... Third Avenue
Depul, .
(Circuit Court Seal)
jjfSmHi ilrSff
AHiin.ev r,,r Estate
' Un.....I Road, Miami I!
4/14--." "' t
ach. Fla
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT-
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 72-1590
IN RE: ESTATE OF
EIVIL FORBES,
3-12-
r-,r.JJST,CE UNDER
V, ,-tv PJ'TIOUS NAME LAW
>"! I' B IS HEREBY OIVEV (hit
'" underslm,ed, desiring to enanal in
bUI ill. ss under lb,, n,..,,; .
oaisj AMi'-i^'i^rM^^n'ivT:;;
number 2258 Cored w.,v. i, .
liam l,,i-i,i...... .. 1 .
Bir-riSZISi UNDER
1 rci.A you are hereby i..|uiri-ii to n"V,"7,
I ".-l2-in-2f! written defenses thereto within tm
lays after the first publication orPJJJj
due
ing hereof, and serve a cops ll"'1"^
upon petitioner's attorney, "':.
name and address are: I'.'o"
Onnshak, Esq., 14i>7 N \\ 7th -M" ,'
Aii.iini. Florida 11 you fall 10 do
ludginent may lie entered rn
course upon the pet it ion. ,..,1
WITNESS my hand and the f
of said Court at Miami, Dade 1 "."'
Florida this I dav of April. 1972
FRANK It DOWLING
County Judge
C'JSKAL ./M.I1-2.W


Jen "s#> Meridian
Page 7-C
' i
Planing the May 25 Memorial Day Patriotic Rally in Miami.
Beech Auditorium featuring Gov. Reubin Askew as the
main speaker, are, from left to right, (seated) Sam Pascoe,
rally chairman; Moe Reiffen, president of Miami Bea:h
Lodge, B'nai B'rith; (standing) George W. Valentine, vice
president of Chase Federal Savings & Loan Association,
which sponsors the event as a public service; Irving Scha'z-
man, honorary life president and treasurer of the lodge, and
Sidney Rockwell, president-elect. The rally, usually hs!d
during the week of July 4, has been scheduled during Me-
morial Day week this year because of the Democrctic Na-
tional Convention.
Suburban League members at a recent fund-raising event
at the YW-YMHA for the benefit of Variety Children's Hos-
pital are (from left to right) Mrs. Arthur Pepper, Mrs. Gera'.d
Falick, and Mrs. Jay Mitchell president.

*
Tr
Mount Sinai Medical Center for years has been the benefaci-
o^Y of efforts of the Women's Cancer League of Miami
"each, so its officials understandably were honored to take
Part in the recent installation of Mrs. Melvyne Sommers for
ner second term as president of the group. Mount Sinai
cirector Alvin Goldberg, (left) the installing officer, and
chief of radiation therapy Dr. Ivor Fix, who gave the invo-
cation, congratulated Mrs. Sommers at the conclusion of
*e luncheon at the Fontainebleau.
WA1A Appoints
Robert Poller
Sales Manager
They say that selling radio time !
can be a rouj,'h-and-lumble busi-
ness. And one, might irnusjqc,thai
LEGAL NOTICE
LEtfML NOTICE
KOBKRT POLLBB
leaching Human Relations al a
county jail would be no bod of ;
loses.
"Wrong on both counts." says j
Robert Poller, recently aptxiinted |
WAIA sales manager who has
been teaching at the Dade County
Stockade for more than a year, i
"Communications is the key to |
both tasks. The prime require-
ment is talking to and listening to ,
people. 1 like to do that. And that's
why I enjoy teaching prisoners and ;
selling WAIA."
As sales manager of Miami's
newest FM station, Mr. Poller is |
responsible for both national and i
local WAIA sales efforts; he re- j
ports to station manager Herb
Hirsch.
Mr. Poller has worked in the
field of radio sales since 195X,
when he graduated from the Uni-
versity of Miami with a Bachelor
of Business Administration degree.
He held jobs with stations in Roa- ,
noke. Va., and Tampa before re- j
turning to Miami in 1965. He
worked at three South Florida |
stations before becoming WAIA's
sales manager last month.
Mr. Pouer, a native of Scranton.
Pa., his wife, newspaper columnist
Betsy Poller. and their two chil-
dren live in South Miami. Mrs.
Poller is the daughter of Myra
Liss, a well known name in Ha-
dassah.
Luncheon-Fashion
Show Installation
Set By T Women
The Y Women, a social-service
organization of the Creator Miami
WVHA meeting the second Wed-
nesday- in every month, recently
elected now officers al a general
meeting of the club. The officers
will be installed at an 11:30 a.m.
luncheon and fashion show Wed-
i.osdav at the Studio Restaurant,
2 110 SW ".2nd Ave.
Presiding during the coming
year will be Mrs. Lee Shapiro,
president; Mrs. Allan Letter, Mrs.
Helen Vignali, Mrs. Louise Richtor,
Mrs. Murray Scheinthal, vice pres-
idents, Mrs. Marvin Zalis, cor-
responding secretary; Mrs. Harry l
Sarnoff, recording secretary-; and
Mrs. Max Krdhcim. treasurer.
This year, the fashion show will ,
have as its theme. The Age of
the Zodiac,*' with fashions by j
Kaye-Louise of Westchester and j
SVestland. Tickets are available i
through Mrs. David Gonshak. Mrs.
Sid Pasternak or the Y office.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2089
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In HE: Estate of
SARAH KI.IXUKX.STKIX
I l< < ,'ilM'll.
To All Creditors and .\n RcrmoK,Hav-
ing Claims "i Demands Against said
Estate:
I "u are hereby notified and n -
quired i" present any claims and de-
mand* which you may have against
lie estate of BARAH KLINQEN-
STEIN deceased late of Dade County,
Florida, i" iln County Judges of
Dade County, and rile the same In
duplicate and as provided in Section
T38.16, Florida Statutes, In their of-
fices In the County Courthouse In
Dade County, Florida, within six
calendar months from the time of
the firm publication hereof, or the
aa in, u ill be barred,
Dated Hi Miami, Florida, this 26th
day of April, A D, 1972
NATHAN SHANE
Aa Executor
Find puMieiiiii.il of (his notice on
Hi.- sth day ..r Hay, 1972
BAXTER A FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Exi cutor
!>:: .\ !: 163rd street, N \i B Fla
.. S-12-19-26
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE1
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
N CHANCERY, NO. 72-8759
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
In re: MARRIAGE i >l-\
XOK.MA JAY BfTJ.BR,
Wife,
-and-
f'HARLES A, <>. BCTLER,
Husband.
To: ( HAKI.ES A, <> BUTLER
(Residence I'nknown i
Vou, CHARLES A. O. BUTLER,
are hereby notified thai a liill of
('iimpiiiiiii for Divorce has been filed
asalnal you, and you are required
to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Kill .if Complaint on
the Plaintiff's attorney, MARK CAS-
PER, 232 Security Trust Building;, 11 :
Bast Flagler street, Miami, Florida
33131 and flic the original Answer or
Pleading in Ihc office of ill.- (ink of I
ilu- Circuit i',niri on or before the B
day ..f June, 1878, ir you fail to do
so, Judgment i>> default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in in- Kill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN
DOME AND ORDERED al Miami,
Florida, this i's rtaj ..f April A.D. I; t^'
F. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Cirr.-uit Court, Dade County, Florida
By: K. M. KfSSEE
i ieputy i Ilerk
(Circuit i "ourt Seal i
.MAUK CASPER
-':!:: Security Trust Building;
mi East Flagler Street
.Miami. Florida M1S1
Attorney for Plaintiff
S 5-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
TONY'S CELLAR, INC. b a MIL-
I.Y'S MOO &.- GOBLET al 1680 Coral
Way, Miami, Fla lutenda to register
said name uitli ihe Clerk of the *.V'-
cult Court of Dade County, Florid*,
Ti'.w s i.i:i.i.ai:,-i\'c. ,. .
a Florida .....'poratlon t
MIRIAM BECKBRMAN ,
Al torne) for applies n I
1893 B.W. 3rd Av. nue
Miami, Fla.
___ li 5-12-19
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRES
ENTS SHALL <.-i i.M E GREETINUS
Whereas, HARVEY BAXTER, North
.Miami Beach, Florida: LAWRENCE
B. FRIEDMAN, North Miami Beach,
Florida: GERTRUDE SAFRA, North
.Miami Beach, Florida, il I on the K,th.
da) of .May. AD. I!)69 cause to ho
Incorporated under the laws of the
State of Florida BIMBI REA1 TV
C< RP, a i "i poral Ion, with lit prim i-
pal pla......i business al North .Miami
Beach, Dade County in the State (
Florida, and whereas such corpora*
tlon did "H Hi. I Sth day ..f April, A D.
1972, cause to be filed In the office ot
the Department of State m the SI.....
of Florida, the dot umi ntnrj authority
required under Section 608. ;. Florida
Statutes, showing the dissolution of,
such corporation.
Now, therefore, the Secretary (
State does hereb) certlfj t. the fore-
going ami thai he Is satisfied thai th
requirements of the law have been
compiled iih
l\ WITNESS WHERE*
OF, l have hereunto set
inv hand ami have af-
fixed iln- Grenl Seal or
the State of Florida, at
Tallahassee, the Capital,
this Ho- tsth day nf April.
A D, 1972.
RICHARD (DICK) STONE
Secretary of State
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the Undersigned, desiring to engage in .
business under the fictitious names of
STAR'S CHICHI, CHICHI, STAR'S
BANANINA at number 2881 \v
Flagler St., in the City of Miami.
Florida, Intend* to register the said
names with the Clerk of tin- Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
Dated at .Miami, Florida, this 28th
day of April, 1972.
THE STAR DOMINICAN
PRODUCTS. INC.
by, T. I!. LLBRENA,
Resident Agent
:, 5.12-19-26
Judy Drucker To Speak
Judy Drucker will s|>eak on the
topic "My Life antt Work in Art
f.nd Culture" Tuesday at 7 p.m.
w hen the monthly art forum spon-
sored by the Miami Beach Art
Club. Inc., meets in the Rotunda
Room of the Miami Beach Public
library, 2100 Collins Ave. Mrs.
Drucker is director of Art and
Culture at Temple Beth Sholom.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2217
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
l.il MAN l BHMAN
i ......awed.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quirt mands which you may have against
the estate of LILLIAN LEHMAN de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the t'ounty Judges of Dade County,
and file the snme In dimllento and as
provided In Bectlon 788.16, Florida.
Statutes. In their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months front
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the snme will he barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 1 day
of May, A.D. 1971
MARK s I BHMAN
As Administrator
hirst puhll.'atifi'. of this notice on
the :, day "f May. 11>72.
Harry Zulicrniok
Attorney- for Administrator
420 Lincoln Road. Miami Reach, Fla,
;, &-12-19-M
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
72-8623
In Re: The Marriage ..f
PAl'L M. Iil.i >MGAKDEN,
husband,
and
DIANE BLt a ?MOARDEN,
wife.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: DIANE BLOOMGARDKN
A ol. Inn:.
",-.'> Hawthorne Place
Chicago, Illinois 89637
YOC ARE NOTIFIED that an
tlon for Dissolution of Marriage
been filed against you and vou
required to serve
I. II defenses, if
tloom, attorney
address is 1121
Kuil.liiiL'. Miami,
1
1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-357 (Primm)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estati of
I'A I I. R. CIANCI
I 1,-cea sol
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Vou are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have agftilisl
the estate of PAl'L R Cl VNCI di -
cas.d late hi Dade County, Florida,
io the County Judges of Dade County,
and file tin- same in .liii.li.-ai.- and
as provided In Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, In their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
ida, within si\ calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the si..... : I he barred.
Dated at .Miami. Florida, tins 27th
da) of Aoril. A.D. 1972.
.HISBPHINE T, CIANt I
U EC -> utrlx
I'n-i publication of this notice on
the r, day of May. 1972.
JACK .1 TAPPER
Attorney for ESxeeul n\
1700 V W 7 SI r.-el
r, 3-13-19-26
hag
are
a copy of your W rit -
any. to il on Philip
( City National Bank
........ Florida .'l.'ll.l.i. on oc
before June ".. 1872, and nio the origi-
nal with the clerk of this Court either
before service on Petitioner's attor-
ii. \ or immediate!) thereafter; other-
wise a default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in the
Petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
ol this Court on Aoril 27, 1972
i: B. LBATHERMAN.
as Clerk of said Court '
By: c p COPBLAN11 '
as Deputy Clerk '
(I "OUrl sea 11
'. ".-12-1 :-:.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2111
JOHN R. BLANTON 1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE Estate of t
MARY VERIN MARCl'S '
To VII | ditors and Ml Persons II .v-
Ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Von are hereby notified and re
iiulred to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have agahinl
ih, estate of MARY VERIN M Vi-
ces deceased late e' Dade County.
I- lorlda, '.. the Count; Judges of Dada
County, and Til.- the same in dupli-
i ti and as provided In s. ctton 7S1 -
16, Florida statutes. In their officea
in the County i 'ourtl ousi In i..,,!..
i nunty, Florida, i. Ithln al, calendar
m. nths from the time ..f the fu'-r
puhllci.....ii hi reof, or Ihe same will
he barred.
Dated a. Miami Florida, thla 'Tili
da) "!' April, \ 11 1972.
I Et IN lAI.'i is I AW
A- l-?\c cutor
l-'irsi publication nf this notli I
dm ... m.i\ "i; |
KURT WKI.I ISCII
Attorney for LEON JAROSLAW",
Executor ]
hit Almerla Avenue, '
i 'oral Gabli -. Fla
" R-12-19-26
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT*
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2090
ARTHUR W. PRIMM \
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: 1-Mnc ,,f i
HENRY PERUVIAN 1
Deceased
To All Creditors an.I All Persons llav-
Itig Claims Demands Against Bald
Estate;
Vou are hereby notified and re-
.pined p. present any claims and de-
mands which y.ni miv have aeainst
the estate ..r HENRY PEIU-MAN,
deceased late of Hade County, Flor-
ida, to the Cunty Judges of Dado
ounty. and file ih, same in duplicate)
and as provided in Section 7:i."..l.
Florida Statutes, in their offices in
the County Courthouse hi Dade Conn-
iv. Florida, within six calendar1
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred,
DAted at Miami. Florida. Ihis :m\\
day of April. A Ti 197J.
il w:\FV RAXTER
As K Veen I or
First nuhlleatlon of this notl.....
the Sth day of May, 1972.
BAXTER FRIEDMAN
Attorney* for Pfitncutor of the Batata
<>r llenrx- Pei-lman '
1J17H V.F. I6rd St. 1
North V--.1U- 'i.;.-li. Florida 1
S/S-lt-U-M '


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MwMMMiw
Friday, May 5. 1975
He is a aood Temple member, lives an exemplary life, is a devoted husband and father.
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But he is neglecting an important moral obligation.
He has not yet made his cemetery arrangements. Like other
moral and spiritual obligations, these arrangements must
not be forgotten. By planning ahead,decisions can be made
calmly. They can be made without emotional pressure.
Wf INVI71 VCt/ TO SU OUR BRONZE MtMORIAlS By GORHAM,
MASTCR CRAFTSMEN IN SILVER AND BRONZE
They can be made wisely, and they can be made together
as a family. If you have not yet fulfilled this obligation to
your family, we urge you to do so now. In this way, you
can be certain that your family will not suffer needlessly.
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5505 Northwest 3rd Street Phone MO 1-7693
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