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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
May 12, 1972

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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
May 12, 1972

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Preceded by:
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Preceded by:
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Succeeded by:
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"Jewish Florxdian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Vci'.T.'.e 45 Number 19
Miami, Florida Friday, May 12, 1972
Three Sections Price. 2'Jc
Paratroopers Free Airliner, Hostages
By Special Report
TKL AVIV Israeli para-
Inwpen. disguised as aircraft
nieehanics, rescued all passen-
ger. Jd MR members of the
hijacked Sabena Belgian Jet
Tue-J*y afternoon.
The crack Israeli fore*
boarded the plane, shot two of
the Arab terrorists to death Mid
raptured the other two In a dar-
ini; nianuever to prevent the de-
itruettea of the plane and Its
human cargo.
Israeli radio said five passen-
ger* and two of the 18 soldiers
who took part In the action
were wounded; two of the pas-
engera later underwent surgery
in Tel Aviv's Tel Htaahomer
Hospital, but the extent of the
Injuries was not Immediately re-
vealed.
Led by Defense Minister
Mushe Dayan. all top officials
oi the Israeli armed forces were
on hand at the International air-
port near here to meet the crisis
mi. rr sstully.
Prior to the shoot-out with
the hijackers, Israel rejected a
demand to release 100 Arab ter-
rorist prisoners in exchange for
the safety of the passengers and
crew members.
The Israelis feltand the ac-
tion established they were cor-
rect that they could handle
the four armed men without
paying blackmail.
TEL AVIV (JTA) Three
armed Arab terrorists held 90
passengers and 10 crew mem-
bers of a hijacked Belgian Sa-
bena airliner hostage at Lydda
Airport Monday as they bar-
gained with Israeli officials over
the radio for the release of Arab
terrorists imprisoned in Israel.
The terrorists threatened to
blow up the plane and all aboard
unless their demands were met.
About 45 of the passengers were
Israelis and other Jews.
Defense Minister Moshe
Dayan and Army Chief of Staff
David Elazar arrived at the air-
Israel Bonds Drive
For Cash Launched
WASHINGTON (JTA)Yigal
A lion. Deputy Premier of Israel,
launched a special drive last
week for the collection of $85
million in cash in the Israel
Bund drive during the months of
May and June.
The Israeli leader, who spoke
at a meeting of key Israel Bond
leaders at the Israeli Embassy,
where Ambassador Yitzhak Ra-
bin was the host, stressed that
during the first four months of
the year emigration from the
Soviet Union continued at a
hiich rate. He said this situation
required accelerated effort on
the economic front to provide
jobs for the new arrivals.
A cabled message from Fi-
nance Minister Pinhas Sapir
urged the Israel Bond Organiza-
tion, to conduct the special cash
effort in the months of May and
June and requested that the
sum of $85 million be remitted
in cash by the end of June. "Our
development program is falling
dangerously behind schedule in
spite of the growing demand for
immediate job opportunities for
Russian Jews who are now ar-
riving in Israel at a peak rate,"
Mr. Sapir said.
Miami Beach Mayor Chuck Hall (center) display the "Salute
o Israel Day" proclamation bearing his signature in conjunc-
tion with the Salute to Israel Parade scheduled for 2 p.m.
Sunday, in Miami Beach. With the mayor are Aryeh
Rockach, (left) Israeli youth shaliach, (consultant) and Myron
A- Berezin. executive director of the YM-YWHA of Greator
Miami which is coordinating the afternoon. The parade will
begin at Miami Beach Senior High School and travel down
Washington Avenue to Memorial Stadium at Flamingo Park,
where a rally will be held after the marchers pass in review.
(See story Page 2-A)
port shortly after the plane
landed at 7 p.m. local time. The
Belgian Ambassador was also
present as a Sabena official
communicated with the terror-
ists via radio in the Lydda Air-
port control tower.
Isruel's Transport Minister
Shi mo n Peres who was also at
the airport, said the terrorists
presented a "long list" of names
of prisoners they wanted re-
leased but the exact number
was not disclosed.
The plane was hijacked Mon-
day afternoon after it cook off
from Vienna on the second stage
of a Brussels-Tel Aviv flight. It
was not certain whether the ter-
rorists, who claimed to be mem-
Austrian Embassy
Invaded By JDL
WASHINGTON* (JTA) A
group of Jewish Defense League
members invaded the Austrian
Embassy here this morning and
traded punches with Embassy
officials trying to remove a
swastika flag that the JDI.ers
hung from the second floor bal-
cony.
According to Dr. William Perl,
the Washington area chairman
of the JDL, a group of seven
young JDL members he led into
the Embassy building was "at-
tacked" by Embassy officials
including Ambassador Karl Gru-
ber. Police were summoned but
no arrests were made.
Dr. Perl said the JDL entered
the Embassy to protest last Fri-
day's acquittal in I.in/., Austria
of 49-year-old Johann Gogol, a
watchmaker accused of war
crimes.
While on the Embassy prem-
ises, two JDL members surrepti-
tiously hung the Nazi flag and
the sign from the balcony. Ac-
cording to Dr. Perl, Ambassa-
dor Gruber personally removed
the flag and tore up the sign
following the scuffle. The sign
read "Don't Visit Nazi Austria."
A JTA reporter said he saw
blows traded in the conference
room on the second floor of the
three-story Embassy building
as JDI^rs apparently tried to
prevent Embassy officials from
entering the balcony to remove
the fla-i and sign. The 3'b x 6
foot flag hung from the balcony
for 45 minutes before the Em-
bassy staff was aware of its
presence.
Israel Ratifies Convention
Against Aerial Hijackers
JERUSALEM (JTA> Israel
this week became one of the
first countries to ratify the Mon-
treal convention against aerial
hijacking when the Cabinet ap-
proved the convention at its reg-
ular weekly meeting Sunday.
So far 61 nations have sub-
scribed to the convention drafted
by the International Civil Avia-
tion Oreanization (ICAO> meet-
ing in Montreal in Sept. 1970. It
will become valid under inter-
national law as soon as it is
ratified by 10 nations.
An amendment to the avia-
tion laws enacted by the Knes-
set last year covers all the pro-
visions contained in the conven-
tion.
bers of the Palestinian "Black
September" organization, board-
ed the Boeing 707 jet at Brussels
or Vienna.
The uirllner was shunted to
a side runway where It was
bathed In floodlights and sur-
rounded by |M>llce, security
forces, ambulances and fire-
fighting equipment.
Israeli troop reinforcements
who were rushed to the scene
blocked all roads leading to
Lydda Airport, letting through
only ticket-holding passengers.
But traffic at the airport was
reported normal. During the
evening hours most flights are
incoming.
The Black September organi-
zation, an offshoot of Dr.
George Habash's "Popular
Front for the Liberation of Pal-
estine," has claimed responsib-
ility for several hijacks, most
recently that of a Lufthansa
jumbo jet which it held for ran-
som.
Whatfc happening here...
REPORT TO THE COMMUNITY
Our campaign has netted around $8 million to date which
meant we're a million dollars ahead of the total 1971 campaign
figures.
We're leading the country for communities of our size (over
40,000 Jewish population) with an 87% increase in giving over
what the same people pledged last year. But we still have $3
million to go before we attain our goal of $11 million. Our drive
will not officially end until we reach that figure.
Jew* from the Soviet Union are reaching Israel in unprecedent-
ed numbers This influx of people is straining Israel's economy.
Money that has been earmarked to build roads and housing and
schools has been consumed in the necessity to integrate these
people into the Israeli society. For this reason, we must assume a
larger role in assuring that Israel has the means to provide social
services.
As of April 26, the nation-wide United Jewish Appeal
Campaign has raised $213,302,000 compared with $170,-
630,000 for the same time last year ... and Miami is
leading the nation in percentage of increase. This fact
can be attributed to our dynamic lay leadership. Instead
of just giving, these people are workingand working
hard.
Harry A. (Hap) Levy, campaign chairman and Rabbi Leon
Kronish, associate campaign chairman have gathered around them
some really dedicated people. Eli Timoner nd Stephen Muss, chair-
men of the Pacesetter Division, Norma Kipnis and Toby Friedland,
vice presidents for campaign of the Women's Division; J. William
Baros, Jr., Matthew Ettinger and Saul J. Morgan, chairmen of Initial
Gifts, and many others understand the economic realities that
compel us to reach our goal.
Over 40 local and national agencies need more money just to
maintain their present level of services. These agencies touch
the lives of every member of the Jewish community. In the fields
of health, education, welfare services you name it. Their work
is too important for us to say to them, "Look, we couldn't come up
with the funds this year; cut back." Not only can't we let this
happen, we must insure that they can expand and innovate new
programs to serve the community.
We know that there are still potential Pacesetters in the Miami
area (gifts of 10,000 and over) who have not committed them-
selves for this campaign and they'll be hearing from us. But
ifs almost more important to speak to every Jew in Miami, especial-
ly the many who have never contributed to the CJA-1EF. We want
the chance to explain Federation and its agencies to them
Once they see the scope of our community involvement, they'll
Immediately understand that our $11 million goal is both realistic
and necessary. The world Jewish community has promised not to
let Israel down ... and we're not going to let our next-door
neighbors down, either.
ROBERT RUSSELL, President
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Greater Miami Jewish Federation's
1972 Combined Jewish Appeal
and Israel Emergency Fund Campaign


Fage 2-A
* Jen 1st ncrkfian
Friday, May 12, 1972
Israel Independence Day Message
llv MOSIIK (HLBOA
< on-ill (iht;i1 of Israel
to tin- Southt-asl
i
I will enter us 25th year
n: existence with more i;an three
million citizens.
Foi who lived in Israel
en it was i-stablisheil in 194K
v/hen its total Jewish population
- approximately 50,000 citizens
and t"i the supporters of Israel
in the Jewish communities and
friendly nations throughout the
world, who remember the decisive
and dromatie wars threatcnin-'
the -ii'.- existence of the State.
this demographic growth repres-
ents ;h greatest of victories and
Tikvah Program
Slates "Meeting
Tho director of the educational
program for sjieoial Jewish rhil-'
dren it the Camp P.amah protjram
>,. the L'nite.1 Synagogue of Amcr- .
iia will speak at the Greater Mi-
ami. Jewish Federation building.
4200 Biscayne Blvd., Wednesday,
.May 24. at X p.m.
Rabbi Elliot Rosen, who also is
, Uonal ir. >i of the Tikvah
prognm for the Jewish education
i,i On exceptional Jewish child.
will address interested parents.
.1 synagogue leaders.
Purpose "f the meeting, accord-
ing to cochairmen Michael Exel-
berl and Bernard Greenfield of
United Synagogue's Tikvah
Commission, will l>e to mobilize
c immunity resources for the for-
mal and informal Jewish educa-
tion of special children.
RakM Rosen will receive his
doctorate in Special Education
from Columbia University, where (
lie Ls a member of the faculty. Ad-
ditional information may be sc- :
cured from the offices of Conser-
vative congregations in South
Florida.
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the most meaningful achievement.
During one generation Israel's
opulation has quadrupled, and
this growth does not include an-
Cther million inhabitants who live'
uivier eitreet's .authority- in hAi
new ly-adminlstered territories.
The numerical growth Is only one
dimension of the immense develo|i-
incnts of the Jewish State sur-
passing the expectation of its.
founders, defenders, and dreamers
which are manifested in the di-
versified field of industrial and ,
agricultural growth, scientific in-
novations and achievements, the ;
promotion of educational stand-
ards and institutions, the speedy
rejuvenation, and creation of arts .
and culture and the huge strides
lorward in the sphere of social in- .
tegration and economic develop-
ment.
Bui overshadowing all these in I
the most encouraging and reward-,
ing phenomenon in Israel's life--'
the continuous process of the "In-
Lathering of the Exiles," which in
itself i- a fulfillment of the Mes-
sianic vision of our prophets and
r.:eaning and backbone of the re-
naissance of the Jewish iienple in
its ancient homeland.
The gates of Israel have been
widely o|>ened since its establish-
nent ami hundreds ol thousands
.1 refugees as well as idealistic
)lim coming from more than 90
countries are now making I--
ael their homeland.
This most exciting realization oi
:i long-lived dream was carried out
lespite rcijoated threats, acts of
violent indiscriminate terrorism,
and wars launched against Israel
by its Arab neighbors heli>ed by
their supporters.
Last year, during the 24th year
ol Israel's existence which comes
to an end now, immigration to Is-
rael reached a dramatic peak with
the arris al of thousands of Jews j
tiom Russia and other countries I
fiom which Jewish immigration
was previously barred.
Only a small part of the Jews
in Russia were allowed to leave
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and i"in their brothers and fam-
ilies In Israel, however, and the '
struggle for their basic human
rights, including the tight to emi-
grate should continue persist i.>
During 1971. an average of 100
immigrants came dailj to 1
Including Jews from R issla, Eu- '
rone, Latin America, r.S.A.. and
i-ther countries. Desjiite the in-
flux of immigrants, who had to !)
provided with housing, social serv-
ices, employment and professional
retraining. Israel has succeed) d
in maintaining full employment.
expanding its industrial and agri-
cultural exerts, and speeding up
the rate of construction of new-
settlements, roads and networks
ot transiwi tation and communica-'
tion.
Israel will have to carry on in-1
exhaustably with its main chal- '
lenge of developing the country,
absorbing growing numbers of im-
migrants, and keeping a watching '
eye on its neighbors, being ready j
to face any possible attack or tor-;
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enemies that no such adventure
pays and the only solution for the
countries of the Middle East is
peace,
To accomplish these historical
and meaningful tasks and meet so-
cial, economic, and educational
and domestic needs which re-
sulted because of a generation of
uninterrupted dynamic growth
is very difficult and enormously
burdening on Israel's limited le-
sourcea
She will no doubt be assisted
as in the past, by Jewish indivi-
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throughout the world as well as
by friendly nations and support-
ers, headed by the United Stoles
through whose coo|>eration. under-
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were made possible and its pur-
suit of peace and progress in the
Middle East will be continued.
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Friday. May 12. 1972
"Jtttisti tka-idUmn
Paae 3-A
RABBI KRONISH, L. WHS ARKIN ON STUDY MISSION
Local Leaders Report By Phone
BKKRSHEBA, Israel "Six
month! ago they looked as though
I hey stepped out of the 19th cen-
tury, today they have the planes
holding infants in their arms and
leading young children by the
hand." sai;l Rabbi Leon Kronish,
associate chairman of the 1972
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund campaign of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
and spiritual leader of Temple
Beth Sholom, Miami Beach, who
called the Federation's campaign
leadership Tuesday morning, from
Israel, speaking of seeing new
Soviet immigrants landing in Is-
rael.
'Last night," Kronish said, "we
saw these people leave the planes
determined to make Israel their
new home. Some are well dressed
and some are not, but they arc
streaming in. "They say 'We want
to come home' and 'we want to
live as Jews.' "
L. Jules Arkin. vice president of
the GMJF, is with Rabbi Kronish
on a 10-day Study Mission cover-
ing Israel from Kuneitra in the
North to the Suez Canal.
"It takes $10,000 to settle each
new immigrant in Israel," Mr. Ar-
kin commented. "The Israelis are
up day ami night to insure a prop-
er welcome and smooth transition.
When these Soviet Jews are taken
to their now homes, there's some-
one waiting for them. What we're
doing in the United States is noth-
ing compared to what the Israelis
are doing," he added.
We need to come here again
and again to "recharge our bat-
teries'," Rabbi Kronish declared.
"Even though things are ]>eaceful
on the Jordan border, wee see our
children standing guard on the
Sue/ and 30 miles South of Da-
mascus and we feel the tension
1hat has gripped the country in
the wake of the Arab terrorist hi-
jack of the Sabena jet and you
realize that at any moment, 100
million hostile neighbors could
sweep over the country.
"The 3 million left to raise for
our 1972 CJA-IKF drive is serious
business," the rabbi continued,
"both from a security standpoint
and in the face of this new immi-
gration."
-Mr. Arkin commented that the
TV Entertainer
Milt Moss At
Bonds Dinner
The Temple Judoa-Israel Bonds
Dinner of State in honor of Helen
Cohen Saturday evening at the
temple will feature entertainer
Milt Moss, according to Joseph
Krefetz, chairman of the affair.
Mr. Moss, who has appeared on
television, radio and in supper
clubs, has worked with many of
the great stars including Eddie
Cantor, Phil Silvers, Kate Smith
and Paul Whitoman. He has also
played parts in TV's Broadway
Open House, the Milton Berle
Show and the Arthur Godfrey
Show.
In the long-running television
show, "Merry Mailman," he pro-
vided hundreds of different voices
for the puppets used on the pro-
gram.
llights from Vienna are erratic.
"Some nights one plane comes in
and then three will come in the
next night ... but they are arriv-
ing," he said.
"Many Russiens have waited
only from 10 weeks to three
months for their exit visas to be
issued. We must insure that they
can continue to be absorbed," he
said. The Israelis are ready and
we must also be ready with fi-
nancial aid."
"We wish we could communi-
cate our feelings." Rabbi Kronish
continued. "At the end ot April,
10,000 Soviet Jews had arrived in
1972. By the end of the year it's
realistic to expect 35.000. We have
been-able to speak to some of the
ntwly arrived Russians. Some of
them speak English and some Yid-
dish. The Jews from Soviet Geor-
gia are the most difficult to s|K-ak
to but the determination on
their faces speaks volumes."
The Miami group had difficulty
ill keeping their airport security
I'.'.sses, they reimrted.
Baptists, Jews Participate
In Interfaith Dialogue
"Every top military officer in
the country is at Lod Airport
where the hijacked Sabena air-
lines jet was diverted. The area is
sealed off and ambulances ring
the permicter. The country is on
alert the situation is very
lime," Rabbi Kronish said. "But
somehow we managed to obtain
access to the airport and the new-
ly arrived Jewish immigrants."
More than 200 Baptists and
Jews partici)>ated in an interfaith
dialogue cosponsorcd by the Flor-
ida Office of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith and the
Miami Baptist Association last
week.
The program was the latest in a
continuing series of ground-break-
ing Baptist-Jewish meetings begun
four years ago under ADL co-
Comment.ng on Israel s reac- Sllonsorship with tne Ba|)tist com.
"K- munity. Congregations from 15
Southern Baptist churches were
involved in the program along
with members of ADL's Regional
Board and members of Temple
Beth Am.
The dialogue titled "A Conver-
sation Between Communities,"
was held at Temple Beth Am, and
continue To write back toRussiail deluded presentations by Rabbi
group discussions. The discussions
covered topics ranging from anti-
Semitism and Jewish-Christian re-
lations to the views of Israel in
the Baptist and Jewish communi-
ties.
Planning for the dialogue was
carried out by ADL'S Interreligi-
ous Cooi>cration Committee under
the cochairmanship of Mrs. Mor-
ton L. Perry and Dr. Baumgard.
upcom
ir.g visit to Moscow, Rabbi Kron-
ish said.
"They feel that while they ho|>e
President Nixon will do his share
to insure continued emigration for
Soviet Jews, in the end we must
rely on ourselves.
"As long as the Soviet Jews can
and spread the word of how they
are being received, they will con-
tinue to come. They do have one
Message for the Jews in the
United States, however he added.
They want us to continue the up-
roar they don't want to be
forgotten."
Herbert M. Baumgard and Rev.
j W. B. Casey, pastor of West Flag-
ler Park Baptist Church.
The program was highlighted by
j musical and liturgical samplings
of the Jewish Sabbath service, fol-
lowed by a question and answer
i period and. later in the program.
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MATTER OF FACT
Negotiations Are Israel's Goal
While Egypt's Sadat continues his war-like statements,
Israel's Golda Meir continues the search for peace in the
Middle East. Obviously frustrated by his failures at home
and abroad, the Egyptian President voices his vain hopes
of reducing Israel's Jews to a "humiliated, hunted people"
through victory, not in the distant future, but "this yeai."
In Mrs Meir's meetings with the President of Rumania,
and in the latest decision of the Cabinet to provide greater
freedom of movement and self-government for the Arabs
in the West Bank and in the Gaza Strip, Israel is showing
the world that the possibilities for negotiations, if not
immediate settlement of all the issues, are the Jewish state's
goal in the troubled Middle East.
The improved conditions for the refugees in the Guza
Strip and greater control over terrorist activities are a clear
indication of the humane treatment accorded those un-
fortunate Arabs, abandoned by their own people in the
past. The opportunity to work in Israel for Gaza and West
Bank residents is all part of the program to upgrade the
economy of these areas which already have developed
better housing and working conditions. While Mapam
opposed the new regulations because it considered the
move a prelude to annexation of the Strip, it is significant
that the Arab leaders in Gaza seem only to fear tint a
Mideast settlement might lose them the new prosperity of
their people.
The Beginning Of A Tradition
Greater Miami Jewry will give physical evidence of
its solidarity in support of the State of Israel this Sunday
afternoon with the first local Salute to Israel Parade, hailing
the 24th anniversary of the Jewish state.
With a parade route of some two and one-half miles,
the marchers will be mostly young people representing all
major Jewish youth organizations in the area, but the rally
at Memorial Stadium in Flamingo Park should attract sup-
porters of all ages in a demonstration of solidarity that
will be a message to the people of Israel from the people
of Greater Miami.
Sunday's parade and rally is the beginning of a tra-
dition that has great meaning for the future, and we look
for a great success in this initial endeavor.
Protest One Of Many
The protest heard after the Zionist Organization ol
America honored House Minority Leader Gerald Ford re-
cently was only one of many made in recent years against
the practice of paying homage to controversial poli;ical
figures. A number of our youth organizations have been
particularly vocal on this subject.
Fund-raisers persist in passing out awards without
considering the full implications of their act or even the
total record of the recipient of such honors; many now
believe the time has come for community leaders to take
into account any debasement of Jewish values which
might be implied before the decision is made to honor a
public figure. Without commenting on the merits of flep.
Ford, or the recognition of Gov. Ronald Regan, which also
precipitated a furore, it must be pointed out that a man
should be honored in this country for something dhei
than his "views on Israel."
by JOSEPH AISOP
SAIGON The secret of the
vast and threatening drama that
is now unfolding can be put in
three words: No More Reserves.
It is an illusion that the Sai-
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gon government has huge num-
bers of men under arms, who
can be thrown into the kind of
battles that are now going on.
The North Vietnamese invasion
7ST^tflHeMlMfWWP
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has been an onslaught by divl-
sions and by regiments. It
not be dealt with by little, local-
ly-rooted units of territorial
troops.
IX POINT of fact, the terri-
torials have usually given a i-cry
good account of themselves.
With little or no external ail,
lor instance, they now appear to
have stopped the North Viet-
namese 271st Regiment, which
was trying to advance down the
corridor toward Saigon that be-
gins in the part of Caroxiia
our military call "the parrot's
beak."
But the regional and popular
forces are recruited on the
mise that they will onl. I
lor home defense in their n
creas. They are lightly ai i ed,
for home defense purpose! n!
to fight the indigenous Viet
Cong. And even when t
gional force c o m p a n i are
tormed into battalions, the
r.ot be torn up by their is
i r deployment far from 1,
THl'S THE Bfure of al i
million South Vietnamesi
- is both true and extn
misleading. Counting t!
ritorials, there are inda
number of men bearing ai
South Vietnam today. B
tept for special cases, lik
fight in Hau Nghia pi
that stopiied the 271st .
ment, the territorials are
(Continued on Page 13-A)
COMMENT
by EDWARD COHEN
The death, recently, of Louis
Budenz brought to mind a
magazine article I wrote around
the early 50's when, as the
obituaries had it, the famous
ex-Communist l>ecame a star
witness in Joe McCarthy's witch
hunts. Titled "I Remember
Louis", its only value today is
historical. But as part of my
occasional excursions into the
past, I'd like to share it with
you, in part:
Louis Budenz as a "reluctant
if not unwilling witness" for
Senator Joseph McCarthy re-
calls to mind the days when
Budenz was as reluctantly -but
not unwillingly awaiting the
call to become editor of the
Daily Worker and. of course, a
member of the Communist
Party.
THEN (1930-31 >. as now,
Budenz was labelled a "stool-
pigeon" and "lackey of the
bosses" by the Daily Worker
and, for a time, was "Labor
Enemy No. 1" still according
to the Daily Worker. And, to
close the circle, the role was just
as profitable then for Budenz as
it appears to be today.
I first met Budenz in 1930
when he came to Paterson
(N.J.) to organize the silk work-
ers for the United Textile Work-
ers. The depression was already
in full swing throughout the tex-
tile industry and the distressed
workers were turning away
from the moribund UTW to join
the more militant and Com-
munistNational Textile Work-
ers Union, formed as a result of
the new party line featuring the
united front from below",
aimed at splitting the AFL
through the Trade Union Unity
League.
WITH Budenz came his lieu-
tenants young, hard, intelli-
gent men trained to do their job
at A. J. Muste's Brookwood La-
bor College. For a youthful re-
porter eager to learn the facts
of life just beginning to be
glimpsed, they had all the ans-
wers.
After a hard day on the picket
lines some of them picketed
in turn by the Communist
union we would sit around in
a cafeteria discussing the day's
activities, the disruptive tactics
of the Communists, historic
strikes of the past. Marx. Lenin,
Trotsky and all the other sub-
jects which were so Important
in those days. Ii was Impossible
not I steeped in Amer-
ican labor history and the world
labor movement, for these
were good teachers and colorful
story-tellers.
BUDENZ was more aloof. He
not only had the greati
lem of leadership of the strike
but some very painful ulcers. In
the privacy of another report-
ers apartment, where he would
often remain over night, he
would unbend, however, and one
evening provided an interesting
view of his character which
sheds light on his present role
for those of us who were there.
We had been discussing a
particularly virulent attack on
him in the Daily Worker that
day and all of us were indignant
at the character assassination
and the obvious untruths. Bu-
denz only smiled and then said
(as nearly as I can recall):
"THEY'LL come to terms
with me yet."
Unaware of the sensation he
had created, Budenz went on to
tell of negotiations he had been
conducting with Communist
leaders like Jack Stachel, who
was head of the labor section
and, at that time, known only to
a few, the real boss of the
CPUSA. He admitted to a seri-
ous difference of opinion with
party tactics of the time"they
are not geared to American
needs" but the main hitch ap-
peared to be over his demand for
the editorship of the Daily
Worker as a reward for his join-
ing.
IN THOSE days, it seems, the
party was a little more concerned
over a violent switch in policy
than it became later on and,
moreover, assigning the coveii i
post to Budenz would
caused an inner-party rift
Central Committee was n
prepared to handle.
There was nothing princi I
in Budenz's attitude towai
ture membership in the ;
with the exception of his
ment that a change in poll
which he expectedwould
the line closer to his view
It was a dollar-and-cent
prestige position which I I
heard before during a talk
Stachel who, answering a
tion about shifts in the lit I
his "principles", said, in eff< '
that the job paid well so v
concerned about "prim I
IT WAS all disillusioning to a
young man with ideals. I '
at least had the effect of
vineing me at that early
that the Communist Par\\
no place for any but dupe- and
well-paid functionaries. Senator
McCarthy please note.
For a decade he has
fessed at high space rat
Budenz took orders and helped
set policy and it was a ri'
he must have liked becaus it
was so "American".
IT WAS A decade of the Poo-
pies Front, of respectability, of
hobnobbing with the white-tie
and striped-pants set with only
brief periods from the pact
with Hitler to the 1941 invasion
of Russia when minor irrita-
tions like the decision to assass-
inate Trotsky might have caused
him to wonder if the pay was
worth it.
The shadow of Jacques Ducloa
blotted out "the Americanism''
of the Daily Worker in 1945 but
opportunity was lying in wait
for Budenz again. From Jack
Stachel to Msgr. Fulton Sheen,
from the Communist cloister on
top of the building on 13th street
to the campus of Catholic Ford-
ham University may seem l'ke
a tremendous leap to many peo-
ple, but in any case it has made
Budenz a saint to some people
and it must pay well.



Friday, May 12. 1972
* JcnUti fhr>rHik^n
Page 5-A
William Lehman Selected
As 1972 Award Recipient
Wi
:
IlUl'i
lliam Lehman, prominent busi-
inn, civic leader and chalr-
of the Dade County School
A member of the Community
Relations Board's Educational Task
Forte and & director of the Urban
League and the Labor Education
Apprenticeship Program, he is also
a trustee and past secretary of
Temple Israel of Greater Miami,
and has operated automobile busi-
nesses in Dade County tor the past
35 years. His present dealership in
North Miami Beach, William Leh-
man Buiek, is one of the largest
Buick agencies in the Southeast.
Mr. Lehman's wife, Joan, is
widely known as a sculptress, with
a studio and gallery in North Dade.
They have three children: a mar-
ried daughter, Mrs. Dennis O'Con-
nor, of Coral Gables; and two sons.
Bill, Jr., general manager of Wil-
liam Lehman Buick, and Tom, a
student at Middlebury College.
WILLIAM LEHMAN
I h s been selected to receive
the 1972 American Jewish f'om-
H.iman Relations Award.
ling to an announcement
mad* by Dr. Charles Beber, nresi-
di i ; ol the Miami Chapter of the
American Jewish Committee.
David Fieeman, well-known
i. civic leader and long time
!., nd of "Bill" Lehman, will make
the presentation at the American
J,wish Committee's 20th anni-
versary dinner and dance at the
Dora! Beach Hotel Saturday eve-
ning, June 3.
The AJC's honoree has had a
'. and diversified background
of accomplishment in education
and business, and has an extra-
ordinary record of public service.
Born 'ii Selma. Ala., Mr. Lehman
graduated with honors from the
U sity of Alabama in 1934 and
mevi to Miami the following
yi ai
Mi Lehman has made an avoca-
tion < i the study and tenchini of
h. attending the University
of Miami School of Education,
i College, England's Oxford
University and King's College at
id,-e University, and the
ird Uni"er8ity Depart ni
ol English. He also participated
in several Middlebury CoiJege
\\ riti rs Conferences.
Lehman served as president
ol the Miami Independent Auto-
e Dealers Association and a-
a director of the Grea*er Miami
ber of Commerce Better
Business Bureau. He is a past
ier .if the board of dir^'tors
of the Dade County Department
ol Public Health, board m ""her
and pasl president of the Musclar
Dystrophy Society of South Flor-
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Friday, May 12. 1972
Mount Sinai Board Elects
Fried land To A Third Term
I was elect
:. tl .'-ir>t
. m. r ",* T* ,ird
M irastet-s' annual .-nemrwr.-hi;j
M:
tntu i 'h particular
!i) helped him c
tl :h-- previous year
: i I >lirh
i : Mount Sinai n i long
pe-
ii.'T- an-i research.
M i
in, and Baron de
i )|i irman of
rvitj i
.. .. --; g p;f.
nominat-
ing commit! el I. Hei-
:
Secretary Stone
Aid* Registration
-. ... State Richard
Stom 'i -' '"' top electiont of-
ficial plai to %.i-it all fiT Florida
a ntfc in 'he coming month- to
encourage citizem to register to
"Tfcete remain many citizen
who Arc eligible, but who have
I taken th: time or effort to
-# their local niperviaota of ciec-
tion io register," Mr. Stone .-.aid.
It U my hope to visit all 67
o.untu i to assist thr local Aipep-
-i-or.- of election in encouraging
more citizens to register and par-
ticipate in the electoral process,'1
said.
A-ere reelected vice
i nts of the Medical Center;
r;
H. after an.1 Leonard A. Wien ere
i three new- vice
pard Broad b the
ter new mcretery and Paul Faske.
chairman of the nominating com-
i assistant secretary.
Leonard L. Abes* was reelected
and A. C Fine was rc-
i assistant secretary. Ifr
-ented the treasurer's
rejiort to the 150-person audience.
Re ted to the board for three-
- James
Mr. Broad. Mrs. Heat-
Mrs. A. Ii
Mi t, Harry Nath-
. Shapiro, and Sidney
Sydney Le\ is-m was re-
elected to a two-year term, and
Hand. Clifford Perlman.
Malcolm Woldenberg, and Louis
Wolfson II. to a one-year '
Newlj elected trustees
Blank. Arth II Mark. W
Ja en Orovitz, Herman Shaw and
Lewis E. Zorn.
ers completing un-
expired terms include Harold
Brown. Mr. Cogan, Joseph David-
son Rob' rt Feldman. Sydney Gans.
laadatc Hecht. Henry Keller. Mr.
Kelner. Marshall Rosenberg. Rob-
ert RnnsaH. Jules E. Arkin. Davfal
P. Catattan, Mr. Darsky, Mr.
Faske. Mr. Fine. Robert Z. Greene.
Bine; Kns*off. Benjamin Myers,
Julius Rosenberg and Carl Suss-
kind.
The newest life trustees Join an
honored body of 40 who liave;
given their time and effort for the
advancement of the Medical Cen-
ter. They are Mr. Abess. Jacob
Arvey. Sam Blank. Ben Blum. Mr.
Cowen. Mv Fitedland. Mac
Sam Gold-t.-in. Ah
Goodman. Dr. Morris Godnman,
Paul R. Gordon. Mrs Harvey
Greenspan. Nathan Gumemck, a.
J. Harris, Samuel Kinn. Benjamin
G. Kline. S. C. Levenson, J. Ger-
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Unlnalrv. Mr. de Hlrsch M
Mr. Orovitz, Stanley Myers, Mr.
RusUn, Jo>- ph Rose, Jacob Sher,
Mr. Wien. William Singer, Harrj
Sirkin. Jo-eph Sfin. Ah,- Waxen-
berg, Carl Weinkle, Louis Wolf-
son and Mitchell Wolfson.
Samuel Gertner. the Medical
Center's executive vice president,
personally thanked Mr. Orovitz,
Mi Friedland Hi l
inders, the medical
. and th-
ai Cenur employees for
Mm i: devoti 'P. in.....Ins that
Sinai maintains medical excellence.
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EDITOR) The Jewish Kloridian:
Tlie pitiful attendances at all
-community" gatherings in Great-
er Miami on behalf of Soviet Jewry
i-an be due only to an indifferent
Jewish conimunltj* and hii ineffec-
live committee for Soviet Jewry.
Our Gentile community leaders,
who take time from their busy
schedule! to attend these func-
inus. must be deeply Impressed
with our concern.
Let us begin to be realistic to
: > crying about what others do
to u.- and begin to cry about the
fact that we have no time to help
ii own brothers and sisters in
red.
MKS. SOL LAN DAI
Miami
EDITOR. The Jewish Florldian:
The remarks of Rabbi April on !
Page 10-A of your April 14 issue I
constitute a tragic distortion of j
the facts regarding Hansen's Dis-
use, commonly known as "lep-.
rosy." ;
Regardless o: Biblical precedent,
|i prosy is not highly contagious
in fact, it is usually not contagious
t all. Persons with the disease do'
not infect those around them, us-
ually not even immediate mem-
bers. Cases exist of married cou-
ples where one .spoils,., infected
lor decades, never injected the
other.
There Is no more medical and
! statistical evidence to indicate the
contagious nature of this disease
: than of cancer or heart disease. As
I with certain types of the latter, it
has been shown that there arc
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Miami Beach Mayor Chuck Hall
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higher concentrations of Hansen's
Disease |n certain areas of the
world and occasionally In certaii
specific small areas. That is all.
The myth or the contagion ot
leprosy has resulted In centuries,
even millenia, of needless and use-
less cruelty to victims of the dis-
ease. They have been strictly Lso-
lated, starved, abused and con-
demned as sinful sufferers of di-
vine wrath.
It's unfortunate that the ancient
Jewish misconception of leprosy
contagion had to emerge sid < by
side with the worthy and factual
concept thai prompt treatment is
indicated at the onset of the earli-
est symptoms.
The rabbi's remarks about the
necessary isolation oi the crooked,
corrupt and dishonest were most
worthy. bin I wish he had used a
better ami more factual analogy.
RICHARD II. ROSICHAX
Miami
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Louis Stabsky, secretary, and Samuel L'ff. cultural director;
Otto Liischitz, president, and Charles Fuhrman, treasurei,
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Friday, May 12
Programs Instituted To Reach
Jewish Youth Where They Are
By JANE ROSS
i Sbolom. This program, called j class credit. Slated to start
this
the Free University Experiment.
The Bar Mitzvah is over : ^^^ mt xi)e b^i, sbotom Youth
and in many cases so is Jewish Center and serves 80 youths with
y*ntii1um **,.. > r*m lUca courses and two
In the past. Jewish education courts of general interest.
The Hebrew High School rep-
resents a different, more intensive
summer, it will be directed by
Rabbi Morris Kipper of Temple
Judea. Coral Gables.
The tour "which will last for
seven weeks > wi;i use an area-
study format," said Rabbi Kipper.
We'll study Jerusalem, for ex-
approach by the Bureau. Fourteen &mpie in a formal classroom set-
classes are held in seven locations tj then spend fi,e days expIor.
throughout the community. A for-
mal plan of Jewish Studies includ- IIn? '"* ^| ... ,,,.., M
km Bible. Israel. Mishnah. Yiddish I "Evenings will be devoted to
and Praver is offered. Because the contemporary Israeli history and
format is more formal and tradi- appropriate Israelis will be brought
tional. the Hebrew language is to lecture he continued.
ral to the program, which has "W P'*" 'or 22 ** to be
en enrollment of 140 students. The ** classroom settine. said
Institute of Jewish Studies, on the *" Kipper, ^and because of
other hand, is geared to educators, this the Dade County Board of
There are close to 500 registrants Instruction will grant a full year
of whom approximately half are,"' accreditation in social studies
either teachers or teacher appli- to the student,
cants. The students are drawn from
They are offered courses like' Conservative. Orthodox and Re-
Dynamics of Emancipation. The form backgrounds. Eleven temple
American Jewish Community: affiliations are represented bv the
History of the Jews in the Middle group that is going this summer.
East. Israel, the Land and the The program has generated far president 0; tne Lebediker Branch.: Defense Minister Mostae
People' and Preparation for Heb- reaching enthusiasm. Rabbi Kip- wi;, nead a 30.1)erson detection The record will he piaye--.
rew Teachers License Examina- rer said his office was flooded with
tions in Liturgy and Jewish Law. requests for information from
i Two public high schools will be ether communities across the
i offering courses that touch on nation.
Jewish themes. The Miami Beach "The only problem we see in
has been minimal. Bar Mitrvah- Senior High School Social Studies the future," he concluded, "is that
<-d and limited to pre-teen Department currently offers a we'll run out of facilities long be-
years. course on Minorities in America, fore we run out of interested stu-
Confronted with growing num- Taught by Will Barret, the course dents."
bers of alienated and unaffiliated
Dr. Stephen Beltz, psychologist, author and educcr.c- 3
shown conducting a Judaica Program "rap session cr the
YM-YWHA. The classes are free-form, with students cr.yz*-
ing the topics they wish to explore.
Zuckerman Leads Farband Delegation
Joseph P. Zuckerman. South- Mr. Zuckerman win bring ack
em Farband representative and a recorded message from I
an.
18
a I. w/fmi
to Israel this week on a survey
mission of the Jewish state.
He will be accompanied by Mrs
Zuckerman and by Mr. and Mr-
Os~a- Shapiro. Mr. Sbaniro is vie
president of the 500-nw-mber
branch, which tendered the group
a farewell party.
at the installation of a n ar-
bard branch named in bor r of
Gen. Dayan.
Judge Ralph Fish, the flir
dent of the branch, will -. in.
-tailed by Jacob Fishrr.ar
Uve secretary of the La. ".. -.-
ii s''!i-(v \" New Vork.
jwung Jem the Bureau of Jewish
Education, with funds from the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
has instituted programs to reach
Jewish youth wherever they
are.
we've just scratched the sur-
I A. B. Wiener, chairman
of the GMJF Planning Commitee
on Jewish Education. "We have
no limits." he continued. "Eating
h cheese blintz can be part of Jew-
i-h "d.-a'ion as surely as spend-
ing a weekend with an orthodox
family."
While many programs have
been instituted by the Planning
Commitee. future plans include a
high school exchange program (on
a credit basis* with a school in
Israel and a Federation-funded
camp.
is divided into 9-week segments
which focus-in on different minor-
ities.
The causes and effects of dis-
crimination aimed at Jews, pres-
ented within an historical context,
will be highlighted during one seg-
ment. A similar treatment is
stated for September at Coral |
Park Senior High School at the
request of the students.
The Central Jewish Library-,
like the Bureau, has its home in
the GMJF building at 4200 Bis-
rayne Blvd. The library's 16.000
volumes are available to the pub-
lic Monday. Tuesday. Wednesday
and Friday from 9 a.m. to 4:30
' p.m.
"Since Jewish Studies have been
added to the curriculum of col-
leges and public high schools in
1 the area, the library is particular -
This camp would be used year- I ^i^bie to scholars." said Zvi
round." Mr. Wiener added, "for, EergeT executive director of the
weekend retreats and informal Bureau' Gf Jewish Education,
and formal programs. In addition, the library houses
"The Judaica Program response I & collection of music from Israel
has been fantastic." Weiner said, j reSented to the Bureau by the
"Half of the students involved Amerjcan Music Library for Israel
have no affiliation with a synago- and the ciiicago Board of Jewish
gue. We went from nothing in
1970 to the point where we're
planning for 1.000 participants in
1973. It's the largest program of
its nature (in proportion to pop-
ulation* in the country."
Judaica groups have been
formed at Temples Zion. Beth
Torah, Tifereth Jacob. Menorah.
Aha vat Shalom, Or Olom, and Ner
Tamid. In addition, groups meet at
young Israel, the Hebrew Academy
Education.
The GMJF last year contributed
$189,709 to the Bureau. This
money, raised during the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emer-
gency Fund drive, was supple-
mented by $30,000 in tuition. The
Bureau haj scholarship provisions
for students in need.
"As another example of the
commitment to Jewish education.
and the YM-YWHA of Greater; Federation is funding an Israel
Miami. Temples Judea, B'nai | Study Tour," said Mr. Wiener.
Raphael. Zion. Beth Israel. Beth
David. Beth Torah and Beth Sha-
lom plan implementation or ex-
pansion of the program.
The format ranges from Ulpans
(where Israeli Hebrew is taught)
to informal "rap sessions" on Jew-
ish identity, the Jewish family,
comparative religion, the Holo-
caust and Israel.
Many groups relate Jewish his-
tory to the present and future by
using newspapers and news maga-
zines as study guides. Others may-
Specialize concentrating on Soviet
Jewry, Judaism and Science or
Creative Prayer.
The program currently reaches
550 students who are divided into
The Study Tour is set up so that
the 40 local high school students
who are participating will receive
Judge Announces
Group 2 Candidacy
William A. Herin, one of the
judges of the Eleventh Judicial
Circuit of Florida, which include-
all of Dade County, has announced
>>i- candidacy for reelection in
Group 2.
Judge Herin was fir=' elected by
the largest plurality of any candi-
date for state office up to that
time in Dade County. He came to
35 groups meeting at 16 rotating : the bench in 1948 and is now sec-
ies, according to Mr. Wiener.! ond in seniority among th 'We've captured the drop-out
group. We've been successful be-
yond our hopes in reaching the
youngsters whose Jewish educa-
tion stopped at their Bar Mitzvah
or Confirmation." he declared.
The Judaica branch on Miami
Beach was recently formed in co-
operation with the YM-YWHA of
Greater Miami and Temple Beth Court of Appeal.
lulges presently serving in the
Eleventh Judicial Circuit, as he
comoletes his 24th year on the
bench.
On several occasions Judge Her-
in has been appointed to serve as
an associate justice of the Supreme
Court of Florida, and as an associ-
ate judge of the Third District
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2 May, May 12, 1972
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Rabbi Lelyveld Debunks
'Archie Bunker Syndrome'
R I CII'HTI'M'fimiltH':
Thcic is no such thing as a
harmless bigot any more than
there is such a thing as a friendly
cancer or a benign drug-pusher
,, a lovable murderer or rapist."
Rabbi Arthur J. Lelyveld, pres-
Jent of the American Jewish Con-
cress, makes this statement in an
...tide de-bunking "The Archie
Eunker Syndrome," appearing in
the current issues of CongreM Bi-
weekly, olficial publication of the
iganization.
Charging the award-winning
All in the Family" TV program
will creating "a new freedom to
t, offensive," Rabbi Lelyveld de-
If you would think for a mom-
about applying the same
chnique of ridicule, of merciless
satire, to other social evils of our
ime, you would think twice about
ipplying lampooning and laughter
u bigotry.
Slums are not entertaining.
War is not entertaining. And bigo-
try is not entertaining."
The American Jewish Congress
_ resident said his own children
in w came home from junior high
chool with "Polak" jokes that
iave l>ecn told to them by their
li achers.
When policemen are 'pigs* they
fair game for the slaughterer.
'hen Polaks are stupid, subhum-
n beings, when kikes are shrewd,
and dagos or wops are sly and
murderous, it is only one step
from the epithet to contempt, and
another step to discrimination,
and another step to persecution,
and the final step to the gas
rhamber and systematic exter-
Ination," he warned.
I am not particularly striving
to be an alarmist. It is simply that
that is the process through which
human prejudice moves," he
added.
Morris L. Green of New
York City, honorary treas-
urer of the Union of Ortho-
dox Jewish Congregations
of America and treasurer
of The Jewish Center in
New York City, has been
named to leceive the or-
ganization's 1972 K9iher
Shem Tov Award. The
presentation of the award
will be made Sunday eve-
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Rabbi Lelyveld challenges the
assertion by defenders of the pro-
gram that Archie Bunker makes
people more "tolerant."
'Tolerant of what?" he asks,
p.dding: "More tolerant of the
Archie and Edith Bunkers, the
stupid bigots and the well-mean-
ing idiots. And he makes us more
tolerant of our own bigotries.
"If we can laugh at Archie
Bunker and think that he is not
so bad alter all, then we can put
up with our own selves and our
own prejudices and think that
they are not so bad after all.
"When Archie is left puzzled
and defeated we find it funny. At
least we think we find it funny.
"In reality, we are deeply satis-
fied inside because Archie's defeat
reinforces our feeling of superior-
ity to that lower-middlc-class
WASP ignoramus "
He asserts that the "major sin"
of "All in the Family" is that "it
is teaching our children disre-
spect: disrespect for Archie and
Edith Bunker, disrespect for
blacks and Jews and Italians and
people of Polish and other ethnic
origins, disrespect for minorities
and. especially, disrespect for all
of us disrespect for man." He
adds:
"Jews have traditionally har-
bored a deep respect for words
for the spoken word. Our respect
for words is derived from our re-
s|tect for the human person.
"Do not go about as a tale-bear-
er. Do not indulge in slander. Do
not bear fake witness.
"And why not? Because you are
kedoshim because every human
being bears within him a spark of
the divine presence."
Jewish tradition abjures mock-
rng the deaf or the ignorant, Kabbi
Lelyveld declares, because even
though the objects of attack may
not be aware of the mockery, the
perpetrator and those who hear
him are harmed bv this "disre-
spect for human beings."
Writ Served On Publishers
Of The Oxford Dictionary
LONDON (JTA) Marcus Shloimovitz of Manchester has
served a writ against the Clarendon Press, publishers of the
Oxford Dictionary, seeking an injunction against their use of
g aiierrcdly derogatory definitions of the word "Jew."
The definitions referred to are "a grasping or extortionate
a
usurer," and "a trader who drives hard bargaining and deals
Craftily." The verb form of "Jew" is defined by the dictionary
as "to cheat."
The Clarendon Press declined comment on grounds the mat-
tcr was sub judice (before a court).
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IV-tli Torh < sagrelation ( er.
Question
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he fourth book of! If we as Jews accc|>te : .Mowing: The : ing realities the traditions of our j
fhikircn of
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-.: every man with his own a^ainal
n> RABBI SAMIEL 1. FOX
" .. IMS, JraU Telesrapaar Ac
What is mesint by toe term
Ahke-nazic *n?" -"ms
' 'jtiIs Is" a general term "which
lefers to Jews uhn rome from (
Central and Eastern Europe. Tlie 1
*l shall pitch ancestors we would not deserve I "2" 's f""" !**
nt by their fathers" the accusations we rightly bring Wbte C*ncsis 10:31 the name
very man with his own against ourselves. -f on* of_ the = P.aWiinic literature cave I
rift of s'aniiard- i- a ;:* c-1 name to the area of Central Eu-
standarii". Thojgh but recently a
fashion; b, '1""'- "' :.-;/;ct >s Ha.da. Ibn Shaprut
an(l unf!.. Orthodox Kabnu
The standards here spoken of JjJjlV _\llltkll(llll(Mlt
aey wete more
They identifie I the individual
They cave Mm a sense of dignity,
Poses No Threat
<' pride in self. The standard thus
v a.-, a symbol o! his higher Teach-
ings; it stimulated him to progress
and achievement, it spurred his
children to continual improve-
ment.
By SyaeM Report
NEW YORK Contradicting
Khazara where he speakers of the j
I Jews of Germany as being
j cna/ic Jews. Such Jews usually
'race their origins back to the ]
Palestinian tradition.
What is meant b\ "SephaitHc
Jew*?"
The word Sephard is found in
i he prophetic literature lObadiah
Holding a special plaque honoring the residents cf the IQQ
Lincoln Road Building for their leadership in supper of s-_..
Israeli causes as CJA-IEF, Histadrut, Israel Bonds Hade.;,
sah, Mizrachi and Pioneer Women, are, (from left) Nal Sod
president of the Men's Club; Mrs. Sadie Reiffen, presidenl jj
the Women's Club, and Dr. Sol Stein, national president i
the Israel Histadrut Foundation More than 300 persons ft
tended the meeting in the building's club room which :;
tured Nat Friedman as master of ceremonies.
It implies even more. The in-
individuaJ expressions, th---
- largest Orthodox P.ab-
binic body ba gone on ream) say-
ing: "The Equal Rights Anvnd-
]-20t. In the Middle Ages
term became associated with the j i
Jews of Southern Europe, especi-
ally S|ain an Tews trace their tradition back to
the tradition of Babylonia.
The author of the Shulchan;
. lAruch was a Scphardic Jew who
Rabbi Bernard L, Ber/on. pres.. nliKrated to Israci .Joseph Karoi.
teachings. As .t further says the> ,,., of tno Rnbbin:cal Coonril of S^r to bring his basic text up
were to gather ^round about the Arncrica. said t-ic amend ^nt" daf0 for ,vshkena/ic Jews, a
self away from, but as pait of, the
community. He was to be part of
h tal people in regards to its
dividual was not to identify him- mem for Women posa no -hreat
to Qie p:nctice of Judaism in the
Unite.! States."
tent of meeting.; Simply^ stated Congress does not ieop-1 eloss was written by Rabbi Moses
t means that the Tabernacle of *~ I;______.. a__ul r a
_ ardize the practice of Orthodox' Isserles. The Sephardic Jews do
(not accept this gloss with its an-
roted laws as binding. In some
He presented statement to the I measure, this is one of the basic
The nations oi the world are in executive board of the organiza- ?ffcrcncc* ^twecn the two
p* need of standard today. t]on ,preienting nearly 1.000 Or- fiif^^^ iSSTln'S
Their frenzy of lawlessness, of, ... ., ,. ., tnere are two cniti idoois m is
anarchy has brought them their religion was to be the cen-
tral and guiding prirvipl of their ; Judaism,
society.
to the verge of collapse. There and Canada.
must be a ictuir to decency.
"Judaism was '.he first to rec-
In regards to America and Is- ognize the status of woman and
rael. we do not need standards to give her freedoms which were
we have them. What we need is to previously unknown, and as men. j "|ur-v '[" assigned to Jews who
,,,., follow the leaders of a movement
I Which started in the 18th century.
Whereas the leading rabbis of
'he time stressed scholarship, the
Hasidim stressed piety which was
brought about by deep emotional
lies. The advantage of this was
that the average man. who at that
time had no education, r.ould be as
much involved with his |>eople and
to the fullest, our society would be amendment." Rabbi Berzon ~aid.
"
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iKabbinicixl evtsion
v.
rogramt
May II
Ch. 4. 8:30 a.m. Tho First Estate
Host: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
May II Ch. 10, 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
Host: Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, Temple Ner Tamid
Maj 11 Ch. 7, 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
Host: Rabbi Sol I.anduu. Beth David Congregation
Topic: "Shavuoth"
- :...:-.. 4
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Bamid Bor
And the Lord spoke unto Moses in the Wilderness of Si:
. iChapters I-IV. 20>
FIRST CENSUS: At Sinai on the first day of th<
month 'Iyai I In the second year after the exodus from Egji
Moses and Aaron, assisted by a leader chosen from each of the
12 tribes, were commanded by God to count all mal< i er t
aje of 20. who automatically became liable for military rvies
It was found that 603.550 men were available for del
th< march through the wilderness. The Levites wen
from the general census because of their special duties
with th" sanctuary.
ARRANGEMENT OF THE CAMP: Order and disci]
maintained whether the Israelites wore stationary .
larch. The camp was arranged as a quadrilateral,
in the center, protected on all four si.i g by 1
I.i \ it. < The twelve tribes divided into four se:.
bearing the name of it.s leading tribe, which formed t
n. Judah. together with Issachar and Zebulun. w.
tioned on the oast; Reuben with Simeon and Gad on Ux
Ephraim with Manasseh and Benjamin on the west. ..
with Asher and Naphtall on the north. When on the march, the
t of Judah took the lead, followed by R-..
Ephraim, with Dan in the roar.
LEVITES AND THEIR DUTIES: The first borr
had originally been declared by God to be sanctified I 11 -
service; subsequently the Levites alone had proved thems h
worthy of this privilege by rallying round Moses after the it
in his faith as the learned scholar, j ^cnt 0f tnc olden ca.f. Moses was therefore command. ~ 'o8>
Jews who still follow the lead-
ers of such movements are still
referred to as Hasidic Jews. This
i' not to say that they have no
icspect for scholarship. Some Has-
idic movements provide a strong
I.lend of both piety and scholar-
ihip. The ter of emphasis
What i, meant by the HasMlc
lews?
The word Hasid, which origin-
ally referred to a Jew of extreme
piety, was later, from the 18th
point the Levites to the service of the tabernacle in subsutuuci
for the first born. Acting under the direction of the priests, the
Kohaim were charged with the responsibility of th< -
services In th>' temple and the Levim were charged with the re-
sponsibility of the maintenance of the temple and all IU .in-'-
i gs and appurtenances.

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ervtces
A H A V A
SHALOM CONGREGA-
^i
BSTH TFIwAH 93J Eucllo r.ve. or. W. Stand in Aw Before Our e'hil-!
thodox. Rabbi Joaeph E. Raekov. flren"' '
hy. 221 ,------1-------
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA. OHEV SHALOt*. TO55 Bonlta Or.
TION, 843 Meridian Avenue. 22-A ; Orthodox. Rabbi Phineaa Weber- ,
-------------- roan, so
CUBAN HEBREW CONQREOATION. --------------
1242 Waahington Ave. Orthodox SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 648
Rabbi Dow RoniKwug. 23 Collma Ave. RabPi 8adi Nahmiae. S1
Klein.
Friday :1".
AU;.I* Levlne
).m. SlMl'M'ho.,.! ]ir.-si'l'iil
will epeaic on "I H.-m.-m-
14 'CUBAN SEPHARDIC HEBREW CON- CONGREGATION TZ CHAIM. 1542-
TION. M SW 7th Ave. Orthodox : (^ ili^n^'' iub.'l Kl.in wIM ^e.k
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1 on ,.T1|1. M, ,,fUr,. ,,r M.,-- h.rnorhiK
ANSHe FTS MM *W 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz 2
ETH AM (TEMPLC). S950 N. Ken-
dall Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Saumovrd $
PrldajF 8:>e p.m. S'-rmon topic: "Up
liuii.l Better Than We Know" cfle-
bratlnc )7ih arnilveraary "f temple.
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BETH DAVID. 262 SW 3rd Ave.
Conaervative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipaon 4
Saturday ;. m. s.-rmon topic: "l-Mu-
ratlon: Th.- No. 1 Dleaater Area.*'
I!:ir Mil/.vah: Adam, son of Mr and
Mr.- Chaiiea RonenberaT.
BETH EL. 800 SW 17t.i Ave Ortho-
dox. Rabbi H. Rothman 5
Mr. Hen tarian i:ffort.
ZION (Temple) 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
aervative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
1
Friday fi:.10 p.m. Sermon: "Rltea and
RlghM." Hal Mnzvali: Marcle, dauah-
t.r of Mr anil Mrs Bdwln HomwTtS,
Kntunlay 9 a.m. Bertnon: "Waste-
land." li'nai Mitz\'ah: luls. son of
Air. and Mr*. Harlev Joaeoh; Qene,
son of -Mr. and lira. Herbert MarRolic-x.
Mttfttl
TIFERETH JACOB (Tamplei. 051 E.
4th Ave. Conaervative. Rabbi Na-
than Znlonrfek. 16
l-"riia>- 8:16 p.m. S.-rmon topic: "The
Kir*t Duties of Judaism." Saturday
8:30 a in
NORTH MIAMI
BETH KODESH 1t01 SW 12th Ave. M MOSHr rNP,,T,.M
Moder.- Traditional Ra^bl Max ,f.,I ... M?Hr CONGREGATION
Shapiro. Cantor Leon Segal. J,3" W" !xl H.f\- Coniervat.ve.
____,_____ -'hi "mh nnrfinkel. Cantor Ben
ETH TOV "-emple) 6438 SW 8th Zion K,M2**,m.ru
St. Conaervative. Cn-.^or Seymour mlAndl btACH
Hinkea 8 ACUDATH ISHAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave
-------------- Orthodox. 17
ISRAEL (Tempiti OF GREATER! a
Miami. 1?7 NE 1th Street. Reform BETH ISRAEL. "J 4utn St. Orthodox
Rabbi Jr.iepH P Narot 10 Rjhhi Betel Wei 18
rriii.tv 8:15 pm Topi. "At.- Uothera
R illy to Blame"' 3E"M JACO"-. 3P1 Waahlngton Ave.
------- Oi horlox. Refcbl Shmaryahj; T. Swir
ISRAELITE CENTIP 3178 SW ?8th .ky Cart"' Maur.ee Marr.chea. 1
St. Conaervative. Rabbi Paul J. i
Bender. Cantor Nathan Parnaee. 11 BETH RAPHAEL (Temole). 1545
Friday 6:66 p.m Saturday 8r6S am Jeff-a"<
GREGATION, 715 Waahington Ave-
nue, Miami Beach. Rabbi Meir Maa-
liah Melamed 23.A
EMANU-EL (Tempi). 1701 Waahlng.
ton Ave. Conaervative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. 24 i
Friday S:.!" p.m. Dr. I,ehrman will I
preacn on: 'Souls On Fire' An
Installation Mr-Hvaee Baaed fin Klie I
W'i.s.ls Ijitest Book." Saturday '. '
a.m. Topi,-: -The Weekly Portion of
the Blue." 10:86 am liar Mltivah: I
.lam-s David, son of Dr. an.l Mrs
Sej mour ah. rman.
HEBREW ACADtfTv. Z400 Plnetree '
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Oroaa, 25
CONO. AN-NELL mmncn or He- '
brew Academy). 7th St. and Merid-
ian Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham
Ben-Hillel. 2S-A
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY '
SYNAGOGUE. 1532
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
Groner S3
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER, 1720 79th Street Cauae-
way, North Bay Village. Conaerva-
tive. Rabbi Philip Fried. 32-A
NMTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (Temple). 102!
NE Miami Qardene Dr. Conaerva-
tive. Rabbi Milton Schlinaky. Can-
tor Nathaniel Schub. S3
BETH TORAH. NE 164th St. at 11th
Ave. Conaervative. Rabbi Max Lip
chitx. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 3'
B-NAI RAPHA~ETTl401 NW 183rd St
Conaervative. Rabbi Charlta Rubel
Cantor Jack Lerner. 86
SINAI (Temple! o' NORTH DAOE
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kmgsiey. Cantor Irving
Shulkea. j7
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi l66a 0. Vi
BETH ISRAEL (Temple> M7 I. Oj
land Park Blvd. RaDtr Ahiva M
liant. Cantor Maurice veu.
FT. LAUDERDAU
EMANU-EL. S248 W. Oakland Pj
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur J. *
nmi. Cantor Jerome Klament.
POMFANO BEACH
SHOLOM (Ten.pie). 132 SE Mth *J
Conaervative. Raobi Morrta A. tw
Cantor Erneet Schrciber.
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER. '
NW 9th St.
HAllANDAlE
HALLANDALE JEWIS- CENT!
Habbi Max J. Weitx Cator H
Jacob Oaniiger. 126 N E lit A"
VZT Orthodox 'rUbbi "fUSFE %ZJ+** 'VNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
Ste%. canto >uJ!2%mlP" 1 1,h. A- Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
8tem. Cantor Meyir Enoel. 26
Saturday, servlcea dediealeU in trili-
ute to the- Jewish mother.
David Maab Canto' Saul Breeh. 20
Bermon: "The Importance f Being
t lounted" -
a------ BETH SHOLOM ( Temnle). 4144
OR Oldm (7i piei 37SS SW 14th Chaa* Ava. Liberal Rahbl Leor
St. Conaervative. Rabbi Ralph Krnnih Cant..- D*vlri Conviaer. 21
Qlivman iS'l-'-i.lav v i-, ,. m Toi.le: "How Do
TIFERE'H ISRA-l. 50ft N Miami vuni- J.-w.s DevelOD A J.wish Life
Ave. Co..eervative. Rabbi Maurice Style*"
KNESbTH ISRAEL, 141! Euclid Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif. 27
MENORAH (Temple). 820 78th St
Conaervative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
ewitx. Cantor Nico Feldman. 28
Friday 8:15 p.m. Hat Mltivah; it,..
Una. dauKlit'-r of Mr and Mis Inae
Hejar. Saturday am H-.r Mltivah'
Ave. Conaervative Rabbi I Ml.-hael. son of Mr* Judle Henninsa
HOUTWCOD
BETH EL (Temple). 1351 S Mth A
Reform. Rabbi Samuel
Friday B:lfl p ni Connect* a' '; ,1((
firmands. Satuniay Bar >1 ', .^ I
id I.nwren.-e. son of M* '-1 'i
.lam.- Cohen ""^
el. 1726 "*J
MOrlj
T?..T^ \iJ J,emP,e>- n St. anc
I**ff- Waterway. Conaervative.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein j,
Friday 8:|R p.m. Sermon tople- "|{P.
liKion of our Tim.-." Saturday morn-
ltiB, dedicaled to .Mothers Day Topi,
Oasts*,
V?.UN2. ,SRA = l- OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171 St. Orthodo.
Rabbi Naftali Porueh. 89
CORAL CABLES
JUOEA (Temple) 5500 Qranada Blvd
Reform. Rabbi Morria Kipper 40
Friday 8:16 p.m. Saturday u.i:, am
liar MitZMih: Wynne, son of Mr. and
Mra Frank Kallah: Bcott, son of Dr.
and Mrs. Ira Itos.nstein.
ZAMORA (Temple) -.4 Zamora Ave.
Conaervative. Rabbi Maxwell Berg.
^ 41
SURFilDE
M9293ANH.S*-V"i CONQREOATION ;
3 Harding Ave., Surfaide, Town
BETH SHALOM (Ten.e
roe-St. Conaervative. "'/?'
Malavaky Ca-*"' Irving com.
SINAI (Te.np,o,.mi201 *$f^k
Conaervative. Rabbi DviJ St
Cantor Yehuda Heilbraw-
MIRAMAK
Cantor Abraham Kotier %
ISRAEL (Templel **.*"%!
Conaervative Rabbi >""^>
Tins
page is pTrr"'"1 '"
cooherntton uvith the Cta>"
Midmt Rdbbinical A< ''"'"
Coordimitor of 1*"**
d/'pfarinu here is
RABBI MAXWELL BERGE*
Spiritual Led" l
Tempt* Zamors
Corol Goblei
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MM. May 12. 1972
*Jewish FteridHi&n
Page 11-Jl
J\S ?
Max Lerner
'Sees It
Hershel Rosenthal Installed As President Of Beth David
Herschel Rosenthal, long-lime
Miamian. was Installed as :>resi-
dent of Beth David at I ho <
OCHO RIOS, Jamaica You understand nothing about
Billiard Nixon unless you understand the emotion he Icels
obo;i! the powers of the presidential office. This is in turn linked
hat he feels- ami Kissinger, too- about the global
powei alance. Success tor the Hanoi offensive would upset thai
balance by the effects it would have in every foreign
minis! y Hence, Nixon's response of the B-52s. Hence, the
: talks in Moscow, and hence, also, the return of Le
i to Paris and the decision to resume secret negotiations
i.iied on earlier hot ween Le Due Tho and Kissinger.
My fellow commentator, James Reston, wrote a buoyant
pipe other day on the "miracle" of Henry Kissinger, iviiich
osi to the beaiification of Si. Henry. I share his admira-
[sissingcr's hard work, his long-range view of history,
itic skills and whatever restraints he exorcises on his
itlonal boss. But, in fact, Nixon is the boss. II is his
[tower, history and the presidential office which. In the
.,: ijts, for hotter or worse, n i> not Kissinger but Nixon
President. Kissinger's importance lies in Nixon's extra-
ity use ol him.
"III!-'. MOST IMPORTANT (although not much noted l pas-
N'ixon's Vietnam speech was his use of the phrase 're-
r the office of President of the United States." He has
always wanted the word "respect" to be applied to himself. Ho
Ion he has said) that he isn't loved or even liked, bin he
prel 5 to be respected. He has now transferred this from him-
self to the presidency.
:i is a clever transfer. Instead of speaking of American
power and prestige, which have become somewhat square
terms Nixon speaks of respect for the American presidency.
But I;-* speaks of it still in terms of the power the President uses
inu the prestige for America he evokes by that power.
Implicit in Nixon's phrasing is the resolve that America.
*ith alt its present headaches, must remain one of the wo: Id's
gnM' (towers, if not the dominant one as it was under Truman
ind Eisenhower. There is a restructuring of the world's power
balance solng on. It was first officially recognized in Nixon's
Peking trip. It will be signed and sealed in the Moscow summit
talks
There is a pentagon of great iiowers emerging as tho dust
of recent events settles- a pair of superpowers still at the top
(Unil : states and Russia i. a triad of great powers just below
ipan, Western Europe*. No one power can be domi-
more; nor can the two superpowers pretend to divide
tl i between them.
. i of the five has its weaknesses as well as it- strengths,
are its domestic discontents, as China's are its per-
ternal convulsions. Russia's weakness is its preoCCIipa-
th the looming power of China. Japan's is its lack tl a
stiori source base at homo,and its military reliance on
Europe's weakness is its national rivalries i Frame i<
i>< ining t'j forge ahead of Germany, which keeps it- eco-
iic n from becoming a political union.
&
1I-! WORLD'S POWER balance has undergone Chi
... i series of recent events the new alignment o! the
I I St ites and China, India's and Russia's triumph In the
i lesh war. tho weakness of the American dollar, the wa-
irtunes of the treaties between Germany and Eastern
the maneuvers over the military balance in the Middle
Bast Nixon counted on a successful winding down of the Viet-
namese war to firm up the power balance. The invasion by
Hai nsettled his calculations. What made Nixon feel frus-
trated i- that he could do little to stop it. or to undo Russia's
tok In wiping to mount it.
At this point the Russians decided not to stietch their 'uck.
They were in danger of paying too heavy a price for their Viet-
nam victory by losing the summit meeting with Nixon wiiich
they sorely need. Hence, the extraordinary four-day summit
meeting of Kissinger with Brezhnev, each feeling out the Other's
mood and terms and taking his measure of the other. Hence,
also. Nixon's sentence in his speech: "I shall find the same re-
spect for the presidency" in Moscow as in Peking, which sug-
gest 3 Brazhnev's assurances to Kissinger of having to take
America's formidable power into his calculations.
The Democratic candidates can well answer that the veal
respect for America has been draining away during its heavy
invo >rnent in a war it has been unable either to win or end;
that rational power and prestige go not only with arms but with
mature humanistic decisions that command respect. Certainly
Whoever is President during the next four years will have to
reckon with a Congress and a people tired of wars and anxious
to put iomestic changes ahead of the prestige of American
power
hood. Throughout tho pat 22 y< ars
he has served on all of Beth David's
committees: finance1, membership,
buugei and nominaling.and also as
treasurer, executive vice president
and on the board of directors.
Mr. Rosenthal a veteran of the
U.S. Navj earned a B.B.A. de-
gree i'i nc ounting at tho Uni\ er
slty of Mia ni. He is presently the
executive vice president and man-
aging officer of Flagler Federa'
Savings & Loan Association, where
h has been associated for !6 years.
He is also a member of the Florida
Institute of CPA's, the American
Savings & l.oan Institute, the Hil-
lei advisory board, B'nai B'rith, Pi
Lambda Phi fraternity and chair-
man of the Bank and Savings &
Loan It ision of Greater Miami
lew isii Federation.
n has i ved as president of
th I in at VM-1 WHA, as chair-
man if a budget corftmittee of Jew-
i h F( derath) i and on various com-
mittes of the U.S. Savings and
Loan League. He was also a di-
rector of tho University of Miami
Alumni Association.
Mr. Rosenthal. his wife, Mar-
jorie, and their three children. Don,
Ala" anr' Gail, live in Miami.
HERSCHU ROSENTHAL
gallon's annual meeting bold May
4.
Officers who will serve with Mr.
Rosenthal during the coming year
include Norman Sholk. executvie
I vice president; Sam Badanes, Jack
' Emmer, Moir Tendrich. Charles
Rosenberg, Jerry Shevin, Berl
Saul and Harold Strumph, vice
presidents; Dr. Elliot Gordon.
treasurer; Howard Learner, as-
sistant treasurer; Lsaac Scrure.
financial secretary, and Tod Gor-
don, recording secretary.
Mr. Rosenthal has lived in Miami
since \9M and has been part of;
the Beth David family since child-1
The Esquire House luncheon on behalf of the 197,2 CJA-IEF
campaign raised close to SI4,000 a 50% increase ever last
year's contribution. Esquire House residents who organized
the luncheon are, (from left) Harry Ossip, Al Grossman,
president of the Esquire House, Sol Krevans, Julius Klein
and Nathan Latuchie, (seated).
Udstone To Campaign
"William E. Gladstone, chairman
the juvenile and domestic rela-
ns court committee of the Dade
unty Bar Association, has an-
unced his candidacy for a Cir-
't Court judgeship. A partner
the fum of August, Nimkoff
'1 Gladstone, he was a strong
cker of the judicial reform
For Circuit Judgeship
amendment which passed in the
March 14 election.
Mr. Gladstone is a graduate of
i'ale University Law School and
of Washington and Lee Univer-
sity. He is vice president of the
Greater Miami Chapter of the
American Jewish Committee.
When you Hip
the switch in 1976
will the lights come on ?
UleVe spending almost
$1 million a day to
help make sure.
You're using more and more
electricity. And so are your
neighbors. Our job is to try
to make sure that the electricity
you need is always on tap, ready
to serve you at the flip of a switch.
It takes a lot of planning. That's
why we have to look ahead five years
and more. And it takes a lot of money.
That's why we're investing over $300
million a year in facilities. Everything
from new generators that make the
power to new transmission equipment
that keeps the power coming to you
dependably. All aimed at making
sure you can always flip that I I >t_
switch with confidence. ...". >jtS
Ule can't afford not to.


Poqe 12-A
fJewlst ftcriJSar
Friday, May 12,
'This Week In History,..
40 Years Ago This Week: 193,,
Fire destroyed thjT entire Jew-
iFh village of cespRi, Rumania
the synagogue was Is rcled, but the
scrolls were saved.
Canada barred anti-Si
publications from the mails.
"BERLIN Ringing the door
bells of Jewish physicians, asking
them to come to tic:ii patient!
and knocking the physicians down
en route is the latest method em-
ployed by Hitlerites for attacktnj
Jews."
Thelma Nurenbert; wrote in
"This New lied Freedom": "Dur-
ing the religious persecutions
which startled the world in 1930.
the JTA through its able corres-
pondent, Boris Smolar. released
... information concerning the
priests and the rabbis under trial
(in Russia). During this period of
repotting, Mr. Smolar was not the
most popular foreign correspond-
ent in the Soviet Union."
The United Synagogue of Amer-
ica was 20.
"RIGA Jews are not accepted
for work being carried on on state
land and specifically organized by
the Latvian government for the
purpose of relieving unemploy-
ment."
Mrs. Jacob H. Schiff gave the
Boy Scouts $250,000.
10 Vears Ago This Week: 1962
Sen. Kenneth B. Keating
'R N.Y.), charging the Kennedv |
administration with currying Arab
favor, warned: "Economically and
politically, we may be beginning
to take Israel for granted." Max
Bressler and Rabbi Max Nuss-
baum, leaders of the Zionist Or-
ganization of America, flailed the
State Department for a "massive
program of appeasing the Arab
states at the expense of Israel."
"NEW YORK Dr. Nahum
Ooldmann. president of the World I
Zionist Congress, called upon all j
Zionist organization in the United
States to merge into one overall
united Zionist movement... as an
essential step to restoring the j
Zionist movement in the United i
States to its former position of
eminence as an action body and
molder of American Jewish public ;
opinion."
B'nai B'rith charged that U.S.
failure to ratify the Genocide
Convention "adversely affects
America's moral leadership in the
democratic world."
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Rabbi Benjamin Mendelson was
arrested in Tel Aviv and released
'ij JL 5000 bail on Charges of ki.i-
taping his grandson 2*j years
i U i out of fear he woul
;et an Orthodox education from
ds parents,
Jewish leaders asked the Ecu-
menical Council o adopt "a cleai
statement of the Church against
acial and anti-Semitic tendencies
and the elimination from the
Catholic liturgy and catechism of
passages which inseminate anti-
Jewish prejudices among millions
if Catholic children."
Britain's House of Lords re-
I, 41-21. a bill making racial
and religious discrimination pun-
ishable.
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mect and beat the big units
the North Vietnamese army.
Meeting and beating the big
'its of the North Vietnamese
mv has been, and still is, the
(b of the regulars in the South
,etnamesc army. And when the
lance is east up between the
,rth Vietnamese army and
VN. the picture is very much
,re somber.
BECAUSE of the variety of
irmation ranger groups and
arine ami airborne brigades in
j{VN. and independent North
fetnamese regiments in the
3 front and elsewhere it is
siest t<> make a comparative
unt b> regiments and regi-
ental equivalents. On that
,sis. with everything that
anoi has available thrown into
fight, Hanoi has a consider-
i advantage over ARVN.
Briefly, Hanoi has at least 56
giments engaged or on the
rKc of engagement in South
And the emphasis has
avy <>n the words, "at
or there is considerable
that Hanoi has even
wing together the raw
in the training depots
;,, e [imental formations.
nnot he used as fully
egiments. But they are
stead, as extra cannon
dder. They have been effec-
rely employed, for instance, to
rengthen divisions like the
IB. which lost far too much
ood in the fight for Firebase
a IN CONTRAST, ARVN
arted the elamactic battles of
its war with no more than 45
giments and regimental equi-
ilents. Not all of these were of
eh quality, either, as was
own by the sorry failure of
e 22nd ARVN Division on the
proaches to Kontum City.
It is easy and pretty shame-
1 to ovcrstress such ARVN
llures as the one just cited.
* these words are written, for
stance. An Loc still holds; and
n' ARVN units in An Loc have
id to face far worse than any
n units in the whole
: this war. The same
as true <'f the men of the 1st
IVN Division, before they had
Ion Firebase Bastogne.
WHEN THINGS are not go-
H' well, it is easy to forget the
heroic actions. They
hould not be forgotten. But it
equally important not to for-
et that ARVN, with a unit-ra-
boul four against five.
as fully committed from the
y beginning of the North
se offensive.
Almost from the first, in fact,
fie Saigon government's army
''. no reserves to speak of. As
'r as one can tell, moreover,
'lore are no reserves whatever
May, That means, quite cfanply,
no fire brigade no
a"oup of regiments to be thrown
"to the action, and thus to
"'Sht the balance wherever
things happen to go badly.
ONLY FOOLS expect that
nothing win go badly anywhere
m a complex,, bitter, bloody
*ar. To all appearances, at the
moment, the position in the
northern provinces has sudden-
>' taken a very bad turn for the
wcrse.
In the center, where the fail-
ure of the 22nd ARVN Division
l(,ft Kontum City exposed, it
could be even worse than in the
JWth. Hut as stated, there is no
jjje brigade to put out these
\"bbi Sol Landau To Speak
Rabbi Sol Landau of Beth David
fongrepation will be the guest
pKer at thc jsrael Day mertin
' Maccabee Lodge 2579, B'nai
'""n, Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in the
r>"c Towers Auditoriurrt, 1200
rest Ave., according to Julius R
*r, vice president.
Holland America Cruises Offers 16
New Tours On Nieuw Amsterdam
Due to the heavy demand for
space that this year's cruise
program has created, Holland
America Cruises has announced
that it is expanding the S.S.
Nieuw Amsterdam's first cruise
;eason from Port Everglades
from the original 19 cruises to
a total of 35 with the addition
of 16 new cruises from June 5
to Dec. 8. 1972.
Each of the new cruises, with
the exception of the one on
Sept. 27, will be 10 days long
and will follow identical itiner-
aries. Ports of call are varied
and feature some of thc most
interesting islands in the '.Vest
Indies and South America.
Among those will be Pampatar
on the island of Margarita, a
new port o' call this season for
the Nieuw Amsterdam.
Margarita is a resort island
i!f the const of Venezuela that
he Venezuelans have been try-
ing for y< a s to keep to them-
Serene and steeped in
history 'it was one of the origi-
nal outpost-; of the Old World
in the new), the island is re-
garded by the Venezuelans as a
Sotlth American Tahiti.
Other ports included will be
Oranjestad, Aniba; La Gualra
I for Caracus). Venezuela; Fort
de France, Martinique; and
Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas.
Prices, which vary accord-
ing to the season start at S265
to $310 and range upward to
5785 and $995 for deluxe cab-
inc. And we know of no other
type of arrangements which in-
clude in one price air-
conditioned shipboard accom-
modations, all meals, enter-
tainment, other extras and
all Gratuities aboard ship.
The exception to this new se-
ries of cruises Is the one of
Sept. 27 which will be eight
days long. It will call at the
ports of Charlotte Amalie,
St. Thomas; Philipslmrg, St.
Maarten; and San Juan, Pureto
Rico. Kates on this cruise start
$610.
at $210 and range upward to
Cruise dates to mark on your
ndar for the "Friendship"
Nl uw Amsterdam are: June 5.
ind 26; July 7, 17. and 28:
A 7 and 18; Oct. 6, 16 and
27; Nov. 6, 17 and 27; and Dec.
8, 1972.
A cruise om the Nieuw Am-
sterdam is. simply, just plain
fun. Completely refurbished in
1961 and recently recarpeted,
th< vessel is as modem today
a instant coffee but has
still managed to retain her Old
World charm. She is air-con-
ditioned throughout and stabi-
lizer equipped.
The vessel has the opulence
of 25 different kinds of hard-
wood, many of which have been
created into exquisite designs
not to mention the beautiful
hand-rubbed panels in the cab-
ins.
Although the Nieuw Amster-
dam is a beauty in the classic
sense, she is just as much of
a "fun" ship as her sailins" com-
panions, the flagship Rotter-
dam and S.S. Statendam. Be-
sides her ballrooms with soaring
ceilings, balconies, and .spiral
staircases, right alongside is a
little discotheque for people
who are under 30 or want
to be. The ship has the great
advantage in that it lets pas-
sengers choose their own era.
The vessel offers passengers
all of the usual parties, sports
activities, midnight buffets and
indoor and outdoor pools that
one expects to find on a luxury
cruise liner. Over cocktails the
"first night out" you'll meet
new friends before going to the
fining room to select from the
many fine courses offered.
Next morning you can have
breakfast in bed or In the warm
morning sun on deck. The rest
of the day Is yours to soak up
the pleasure of shipboard life.
Sit and do absolutely nothing
at all ... or join In a game ot
deck tennis, shuffleboard, mini-
ature golf or trap shooting. An
experienced cruise stafl is right
there to keep things running
smoothly.
If you prefer you can work
out in the gym, take a swim in
one of the pools, or unwind with
a massage, sign up for a dance
lesson or see a first-run movie
in the Nieuw Amsterdam's
theater. There is something to
do every minute if you wish
and somehow the days will
seem too short.
In addition to the ship's many
colorful lounges, dining rooms
and cozy bars, other facilities
tde a beauty parlor aid
barber shop, swimming po
-'" [I t shop, Turkish
. a fully equipped mo :
bi pressing service
and an experienced medical
staff.
Many first-time passengers
(and repeat passengers as well)
will still want to sample what
the Nieuw Amsterdam has to
offer because from her grace-
fully curved, flared bow, to her
streamlined midler, she pro-
claims her aristocratic breed-
ing. Every line of her super-
structure sweeps back with
modulated grace. She sits com-
fortably in the water, as thourh
die were built in it, and was
supremely happy to be there
.vhich she is.
Now. about those ports. On
thc Nieuw Amsterdam's 10-day
cruises the first stop after leav-
ing Port Everglades will be
Aruba. Newest of the Caribbean
resorts. Aruba is one of the
principal islands of the Nether-
lands Antilles group.
Your cruise will call at the
;apital city. Oranjestad. This is
a quaint, tidy old Dutch city.
splash d with gay colors of
the Caribbean. In fact, local tra-
dition dictates that no home be
the same color a it's neighbor.
The resulting kaleidoscope of
pastels is one of the most
charming facets of the island's
unique atmosphere.
A walk through downtown
Oranjestad offers exciting shop-
king possibilities. Fine products
roin the world over are avail-
able at free-port prices. You'll
also want to see Queen Wil-
helm&ta Park and Fort WUhelm
III. which was built in 1798.
All of Aruba is easily acces-
sible from the city and the is-
land's peculiar windswept ter-
rain offers many an intriguing
sight. On'1 of the most interest-
ing of these i- the divi-divi tree.
Sculptured by the constant
trade winds, this tree defies na-
ture's norms by growing side-
ways.
From Aruba the Nieuw Am-
sterdam then sails for La
(iuaira. the port city of Caracas,
the capital of Venezuela. It is
separated into two distinct see-
tors the ancient city, with
its charming architecture, and
the new Caracas with enormous
superblocks, regular squadrons
}{ cement buildings painted in
,ivid colors, spread over the
liUsides.
The heart of new Caracas Is
he Centro Bolivar the Rock-
efeller Center of Venezuela
an Imposing group of buildings
culminating In two 32-story
towers, and the eight-lane
Avenida Bolivar, which passes
through the center. But Carac-
as is not all ultramodern. In the
old section you can visit Simon
Bolivar's home where this free-
dom fighter was bora and the
A man, a girl, the moon and a smooth sea are an unbeat-
able combination on the Promenade deck of the S/S Nieuw
Amsterdam of Holland America Cruises.
National Pantheon, his tomb.
The cruise next calls at Pamp-
atar on Isla de Margarita which
is only 24 miles off thc coast of
South America. Some cay that
Margarita is truly the lnst of
the undiscovered Caribbean
islands.
To ecstatic Venezuelans, who
regard the island as a South
American Tahiti, it has been a
familiar place almost since Co-
lumbus discovered it. But for
Americans, Margarita remains
uniquely unknown ard untouch-
ed. Thc fishing and snorkeling
off its shores are unbeatable
and its beaches are excellent
and virtually unused.
Pampatar, where the Nieuw
Amsterdam arrives, has a fam-
oui colonial rhurch and tho
( astle Of S:-..i CarlOS Borromeo,
a jewel of colonial architecture.
Not far awaj is Porlamar. the
island's largest City, which has
an Interesting open-air market.
Here you'll find odd-Shaped na-
tural pearls since the island
w.is the world's major source
of these lovely items.
After prowling through gen-
tle Margarita's quaint villages,
you'll probably decide that "here
is no better place to absorb the
sun, sand and sea.
Martinique is next where
the ship arrives in Fort de
France, its capital. This island
is the former home of Fmpress
Josephine, wife of Napoleon,
and Mt. Pelee, the volcano that
erupted in 1902 and destroyed
the entire town of St. Pierre,
leaving 30,000 dead and one
survivor.
Fort de France, a charming
city of yellow-tinted buildings,
offers a number of sites for the
visitor such as old Fort St.
Louis and the Cathedral with
its ornate, open spire. But
there's more to Martinique, too
high domed mountains, su-
perb forests, vast sugar cane
fields, banana and pineapplo
plantations and lush tropical
vegetation.
As for shopping, in Fort de
France there are the streets of
Rue Victor-Hugo, Rue Antoine-
Siger and Rue Schoelcher where
one can find bargins in porce-
lain, crystal and French per-
fume. u{ f | |j
Next you arrive in Charlotte
Amalie on St. Thomas, the
h ipping paradise" of the
Western Hemisphere. Leaving
the pier you can drive to Blue-
d's Castle, once a fortress,
now a hotel. Here you'll see
the Tower, carefully restored
according to the original plans.
Leaving Bluebeard's you can
continue up Mafotie Hill to
Drake's Seat, a lookout point
Which gives you a lovely view
of Magen* Bay and out across
sir Francis Drake channel to
the mam American and British
Virgin Islands nearby.
Then it's on t'> Mountain Top
Hotel where yen can sample
the "speciality of the house"
their world-famous banana
daiquiri, Charlotte Amalie's
shopping center is next. It's
difficult to enumerate the many
types of bargains available
and most of them at duty-free
prices. And. don't forget cus-
toms still allow an extra S100
of duty-free purchases in this
port and you can bring one full
gallon of "spirits" back duty-
free as well.
Although St. Thomas is the
last port of call, the adventure
Is not over vet. There are sev-
eral more days and nights at
sea tinv to reminisce and
absorb what has been seen and
to exchange experiences with
fcllo>v passengers and new
friends.
Finally, when the Nieuw Am-
sterdam sails into the harbor
at Port Everglades, your Carib-
bean cruise may be over, but
the nappy memories will linger
>n for many years to come.
For complete information and brochures on the 16 Caribbean
cruises sailing from Port Everglades write: Holland America
Cruises. Department F, Pier 40, North River New York, New
York, 10014, or phone Fort Lauderdale 5R5-5586.


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fORfiGN WfWSlfTTfK
By J. J.CoWsmitfc
Backlash At The Zionist Federation
AFTER SEVENTY year? of
cairn and respectable exist-
ence, the British Zionist Fede.a-
tion is in the throes of a crisis
which may -.veil split it up iito
component parts.
The Poaie Zian have issued a
-tatemrnt -aying that they "do
not accept the results of the
voting at the 71st annual con-
ference." This is very odd. It is
a- if Menacrv m Beigin had jaid
thai he did not accept Gokla
M< ir's election.
I hardly need explain that the
Poale Zion have suffered a de-
feat at the conference. Their
candidates for the chairmanship
and treasurership were beaten
by general Zionists 'Confedera-
tion brand), and they emerged
with only an assistant honor-try
not for the fact that the British
secretary.
The general 9ordSta described
the attitude of the Poaie Zion
m ohiidi-h" (in a statement to
thi JTA>. They have a port
then:-, too. For the Poale Zion
ai |IK that the general Zionists
had joined force* uith Herut to
deprive them of influence within
the Federation 'they don't put
it so elegantly but let that pass).
Coalitions during elections are
not ana "o* consid'i-^d
a crfcBe against democracy. But
there no such arrangement
anyway.
The truth is that the Poale
Z.on are bad iosers. But the
rtory would hardly have been
th telling in print w-:r- it
Zionist Federation seer.'
caught the disease of th
iran Zionist Federatior.
that it is much mo:c
hre, because the AZF
cent phenomenon, aha .
hoc cnation, while th.
ZF i the powerhouse
i-h Zioni&m and not a m
ordinatirvg body.
ba >
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Briiivh
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ISRAEL NDHSUTTER
By Carl Alpeti
Only In Israel-News Items
THE ODD. THE (M X At, the unexpected, the
quaint, the bizarre, the comic are all to be found
in a fistful of news items from Israel. I dip into
my grab-bag and come up with:
Sfaiat Pretest -Israeli students have found
their effective ways of expressing protest. To dram-
atize their objection to what they considered un-
acsthetic construction plans for Mount Scopus, a
group of Hebrew University students went out to
the spot and planted 100 cypress trees.
Tfce Bar-Lev Lia* Israel's chief of staff, re-
cently retired, opposed long hair on the grounds it
interferred with a soldier's military efficiency. The
hair line, below which sideburns were not permitted
to grow, is known popularly by his name.
Israel's Spinach -The green vegetable is not
too well known, and certainly very unpopular
among Israel's children. Hence the producers of a
Book Review
children's show. "Popeye. King of Israel." male
their hero more realistic to local youngsters by
having him consume large quantities of faiafel in-
stead.
Lets of BusinessThe income tax office seeks
to improve its public image by sending a form let-
ter to new businesses, wishing them success, pros-
perity and lots of business Such a form was re-
ceived by a Lydda man who set up a workshop for
the carving of tombstones.
Talmodio Authority- In the respected scientific
journal. "Chemistry in Britain." Technion's Prof.
David Ginabuvg corrects a corresj)onacnt who nad
'rroneo'Lsly credited him with coining a new term.
The Israeli gives proper credit nnti adds: "It had
t> r. -tatM about 1700yean ; ing Rabbi Hanina. Megilla. 15. 1 -a 273' that he
who ascribes a citation unto it- author bring?
By SEYMOUR B. UEBMAN
Reform Judaism-Then And Now
THE BOOK Reform Judaism Then and Now by-
Sylvan D. Schwartzman fUAHC $5.50 is an
attempt by a Reform rabbi to answer some of The
' many problems that trouble the
movement today." The author
deals with live issues."
As a non-Reform Jew. one asks
why a black baccaleaurate fpsn
is called "a rabbinical robe:" a
tallit Ls now an "atarah;" the tem-
ple the surrogate for the Jewish
tome: candlelighting and kiddush
at 8:30 p.m. in the temple with
the kiddush preceding the lighting of the candles;
and which Ls correctProf. Leonard Fein's figure
of 224.311 "aggregate Reform membership in U.S.
and Canadian temples" or Schwartzman's figure
of one million? These questions are far from the
total number that arises from reading the book.
The author's valiant effort is a personal expo-
sition since we have read some other works by his
colleagues, e.g., Martin M. Perley who. in his art-
icle, "I'm a Drop-Out Rabbi." wrote that "after 22
years of preaching and teaching Judaismthe pro-
phetic Judaism which is Reform's sole justification
for existence- I had taught my people nothing. For
them, Reform still meant an easy, undemanding
means of identification as Jews in a society where
DATELINE JERUSALEM
religious affiliation is the hallmark of respeclabl-
ity."
Schwartzman's work has some excellent his-
torical material but most of its is not germane to
the avowed purpose of his book. The part of the
title, "then and now." is partially indicative of the
attempt by some of his colleagues to justify Re-
form, which has undergone some major shifts in
platform and thrust. None of these people follow
the criteria set up by a noted Reform theologian.
Eugene Borowitz, who wrote, "Previous genera-
tions of liberal Jews often acted as if Judaism had
to justify itself to the Jew. I am arguing that mak-
ing Jewish primary (instead of change> calls on
me to justify myself when I dissent from it."
Michael Wyschogrod. professor of philosphy at
C.L'.N.Y., in commenting on Borowitz' A New Jew.
ish Theology in the Making, wrote that "there is no
longer (at least for Borowitz) an attitude for sit-
ting in judgment with confidence that the stand-
point from which the judgment emanates is that of
modernity, enlightenment and science, as superior
to the ancient mind as the airliner to the oxcart."
One cannot avoid eomparin,' Reform's ecclect-
icism of "prophetic Judaism" (it does not embrace
all of of it) with the Ethical Culture Movement
tinted with, to use Rabbi Roland Gittelson's phrase,
"so Protestanized in the U.S."
By Amos Ben-Vered
Movies By Trial And Error
ISRAELI MOVIE ACTORS sometimes succeed on
a world scale, but Israeli movies themselves have
yet to make their mark. They proceed by the trial
and error method. Often it is the audience's pa-
tience that Ls being tried. There is no distinct Is-
raeli style of movies yet. as there is a Greek or
Swedish style. There is no group of films that can
be classed as belonging to one school, whether the
classic three-act type, or the modern style where
time is seen through a kaleidoscope, or the story, or
the non-story that has no beginning and ends some-
where in the middle. All have been attempted; of
the hundred or so movies that have been made here.
vi ry few succeeded.
Theic was "Salah Shabati," the story of an
immigrant from an oriental country whose daugh-
ter fell in love with a kibbutz member. The kibbutz
eventually had to give in to the demand of the
father, based on custom, that it pay dowry for the
girl. Salah Shabati "played, incidentally, by Tupoli
became famoos. Rut it was a one-shot nffnir.
Lack of professionals is the main obstacle. Even
the most professional of them. Menachem Goian is
a theater director. Usually movies here are mad >
someone, often an obscure cameraman or assistant
director, who has been able to persuade a would-be
patron of the arts to put up the money. The result
Ls that the director may be good but not the acton
or the electricians, cameraman, film editor the
color lab. the sound mix, or any of the dozens of
ingredients that go into making a good movie.
An American firm. Sarco Westerns Interna-
tional of Chicago. 111.. || completing the building of
a western town to attract foreign movie-makei Ii
is a half hour's drive from here, at the beginning of
the hilly ground, and includes a church courthouse
schools. Wells Fargo, blacksmths. barn, saloon,
sheriff's office, bank. jail, all complete with interi-
ors, a corral and 10 different exterior scenes if
movie makers do come, they may eventually pro-
vide the cadre of real professionals that Israel's
movies sorelv need
demption unto the world" And h~ concludes: "0>*l
world indeed requires redemption "
flbbati Ineeauity A member of K.: :t2 r.,
ne. visiting in Spain was unable to afford the :'i -n
of admission to a bull fight. Standing by a I
entrance he heard men give a password ar. |
line said Picador;" another said "Tore-,
both were admitted. Our kibbutznik tt. |
boldly proclaimed Trumpeldor." and four I
self inside the stadium.
Instant Rabbi -The Israel telephone jervin j|
now inaugurating a special number which <
scribers can dial and obtain immediate answers til
question! dealing with kashruth hoii!
conversion, etc.
Standards Are Similar Zurith. of kibr.-,
Hakhoshlim. won the title of "Beautv Q ;eer
Northern District Cows." The Judges' criteria -\
cow must be well buiit. have a straight back
deep body and good legs, with wide ribs whi I
able her to "reathe deeply. But above all sh. I
ba e good uddc rs, well formed, productive |
ly fitted to her body."
Sure Fire Appeal-A Haifa educator I
to attract a maximum attendance of parent- I
lecture on educational problems, announce,! I
ject: -How to Educate our Gifted Child." |
auditorium was full.
Strictly by Timetable Newspapermen,
the spokesman of the Israel Railwavs at his hooi
to obtain information on an accident, were t :
that since the company had discontinued cover;.-;
his home phone bill, he would answer quest!
about ra.lroad affairs only during working
He A,m to i.iea8e_A TeJ Avjv restaurant
disturbed because many patrons snubbed oat th*
cigarettes in the coffee cups, put up a sign: i
you wish to extinguish your cigarettes please a*
use us and we shall serve your coffee in an ail-
trav.
Today's Thought: By OR. SAMUEl SILVER
That Versatile Rabbi
pro ml\ BEACH THK heights of excellent
versatility attained by Rabbi James Heller p*
died recently in Cincinnati. Dr. Heller could
bridge like a professional Hi >''
music and program notes lik a
professional musicologist. Hi writ
bigs glisten and are on a level
with the works of any man l'|w
liv< s by the pen. His biography oi
Isaac Wise is a stylistic mast*
piece.
But most of all Dr. Heller >
an expounder o: Judaism. R '''
did it for years in the Isaac Wise Temple in Cin-
cinnati. He derived his love for Judaism from l*
own father. Rabbi Max Heller, once of New Or-
leans.
Max Heller was himself a notable personage
At the turn of the century when almost all Rafort
rabbis were anti-Zionist. Max Heller became .i d*"
ciple of Hoed. In spite of that, he was made pres-
ident of the Reform rabbinic group: the Central
Conference of American Rabbis, a post Janus Hel-
ler also occupied.
James Heller, a Reform Rabbi, became the
darling of the mainly Yiddish-speaking Labor Zion-
ists ami was elevated to the presidency of the Poale
Zion. He devoted his eloquence and his charm and
his braininess to the cause of better relations be-
tween Israel and the United States. He was oik'of
those responsible for the establishment of the
How sad that we have lost this person of vV
and versatility! Let us keep alive his words and ^
works.


Mav 12. 1972
-Jewlsti fhrk/lnn
Pacts 15-A'
LEGAL NOTICE
LEttMl NOTKI
LE6AI NOTICE
t'^TrT JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
K-FUoSlOA. IN ANDFOR
I niOE COUNTY.
L ,(. ACTION NO. 72-7577
F--ON POHTDISSOLUTION
,IOoF MARRIAGE
u.XCKIAOB >>!
u:\KK DIAZ.
,. -i | |^.;.ll.l
IN
,11 l'\
I :
ni
and
PEKEZ DIAZ,
H||,DA PEREZ DIAS
. Rosen Street
I-,, e|M>rt, Long lland
\'e\V York
IT HEREBY NOTIFIED
....Moll I'm l>l-elusion MBf-
, Ihi ii filed against you mill
.'required i rrt a copy ol
riiiMi defense* if any, "
K j w KISS, ESQ.. attorney
aimi.-r whose address, i.s X44
l Street, Miami, Florlrta, 331."Ml
[> ,n.l (ll the original WIW.
,,.; ',.f the above styled court on
re May -' M-' otherwise n
will op entered against you
'. relief demanded in the com-
r petition. .... ,
. notice .-hall be published once
rek for lour consecutive wccks
i.'.- J KU ISH FLORIDIAN.
[VKSS my hand and the seal
court at Miami. Florida on
u\ ol April. IMS.
K. D. LEATHER-MAN.
,\- Clerk, Circuit Court
I,,i,|. County. Florida
Uy: c. P. COPELAND
' As Deputy Clerk
Court Seal!
u Kiss. ESQ.
, ;-t Street
Florida 33130
.v for I'.-i it inner
4/21-28 :. r.12
NOTICE UNDER
riCTITIOUS NAME LAW
, k is HKRBBY GIVEN thai
..!. desiring to i-nnjici' in
r.v under the fictitious name of
, in Kit CLUB. INC, b n
, ITLKR CLUB at Miami. 11 ll<
Florida, intend* to register
mi with the Clei k of the Cir-
uri of Dade County, Florida.
UK L'CTLER CLUB, INC.
i.fai-l 8. Lorle, President
- ,v SIISKIX. I'.A.
Applicant
I ,.i,l, Federal Bldg.
Florida 33131
5-12-l-2fi
THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORID*
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2111
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In 1110: Estate of
MAjKY VEK1N MARCUS
I leceased.
To All Creditor*, and \u Person* Hav-
Ing claim.- or Demands Against Bald
Esinte* ".....' i
Vcu arc hereby notified and re-
qulred to present any claims an,I de-
mands which y..n may have against
the estate of MARY VBRIN MAR-
CUS deceased late of Dade County.
Florida, to the County Judges of Dana
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided in Section 733.-
lii, Florida Statutes, in their office*
in the County Courthouse in Dade
County. Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
i.e barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 27th
day of April, A.D. 1972.
LEON JARosl.AW
As Executor
First publication of this notice
the 5 day of Jin v. 1972.
KURT WKLLISCH
Attorney for LEON JAROSl-AW.
Executor
167 Almeria Avenue.
Coral (iables. Flu.
5/5-12-19-26
lEGAt NOTICE
LEGAL NOlKt
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1283
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In UK: Batata of
R< 8E M. FRANKEL
l toceaeod.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate,;
"Yii 'are herein-" hotlfleW and *e-
quired to presi nl any claims and de-
mands ivhlch you may have against
the .stale of ROSE M. FRANKEL
deceased late of Dade County, l-'l.-r-
Ida, to the County Judge* of Dadc
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided In Section ?:::: Id
Florida Statutes, in th< lr offices In
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida. Within six calendar months! ['}' ,wi,h,n.
from tlie time of the first publication
hereof, or the name will be barred.
I'and at .Miami. Florida, this 13
day of April. AD. 1972.
HENRY FRANKEL
As Administrator
First publication of this notice on
the 21 day of April. 1972.
on BAXTER & FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Administrator of Estate
I of ROSE M. FRANKEL
IMS N.E. 163rd Street
, N.M.D., Florida
4/21 !* r. 3-12
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-944 (Dowling)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
FANNETTE B. RIFKIN
I leceased,
To All cr.-dltors and All Person* Hav-
ing claims oi Demands Agahisi Said
Estate:
- XVull nt ller-by i(l,.tmWl 'ah'd 're-
quired to pies.-in any claims and de-
man.Is which \ ou may have against
the estate of FANNETTE B, RIFKIN
deceased late ol Dnde county, Floriua.
to the County Judges of Dade County,
ami file tli- same in duplicate and us
provided in s.,-lion 7:13.Hi. Flnridii
Statutes, in their office* in the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated at .Miami. Florida, this 19
day of April. A.D. 1972.
MORTON RIFKIN
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 23 day of Anrti, in:;;
JACK J. TAFFER
Attorney for Executor
1700 N.W. 7 Street
4'28 5/5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
,'K is HEREBY GIVEN lhat
.itrsigned, desiring lo engage In
IN THE 11TH CIRCUlf COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 72-8534
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: The marriage of
JEAN O. MII.IKN, husband
and LIA MII.IKN, Wife.
YOU, I.IA MII.IKN. residence Mar-
ti'/./.m No. 163. Port-au-Prince. Haiti,
are required to file your answer to
the petition for divorce with the
Clerk of the above Court and serve a
iop> thereof upon. Herman Cohen,
Baq 1310-11 Congress Bldg.....i or be-
fore May 80, 1972. or else petition will
be confessed.
Dated: April 26, 1972.
K. B. Kcnth.rmnn
Cl.-rk. Circuit Court
By R. M. KISSES
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seall
_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
Th.- Marriage of
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
NORTHWEST SHELL SERVICE
STATION at 3ftl N W. 7lh Avenue.
Miami. Florida intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
ARDIYOS COUP,
n Florida corporation
MARKl's, WINTER & 8PITALB
Attorneys at Law
22.-.1 S.W. 22nd Street
Miami, Florida :!::|4:,
4/21-2S :,/.-,-12
!.-r the fictitious name of i SANDRA ANN KRAMER. Wife
S CELLAR, INC. d.b a MIL- and
Ml'tl ft UOBLBT at 1680 Coral ,AUX J. KRAMER, Husband
Miami, Fla. Intends to register I TO; Alas .1. KRAMER
with the Clerk of the Clr-
virt of Dade County. Florida.
TONY'S CELLAR, INC
., Florida corporation
AM ItKl'KBRMAN
for annli.-ant .
*v\Y. 3rd Avenue
Fla,
5/5-18-19-28
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ME CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EvENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
72-8623
The Marriage of
I. M IU.OOMGARDEN,
l.il,,l.
.I
K 111 i >MQARDBN,
NOTICE OF ACTION
'1ANK lil.oOMtiARDEN
A lIMif,
'.'. )Iaw thorns Place
t, Illinois 80867
I' ARK NOTIFIED that ail nc-
loi Dissolution of Marriage has
tiled ngainst you and y,,n are
r> 'ti i es, if any, to it ..n Philip
". attorney for l'etii inner whose
-- i- 1121 City National Hank
- Miami, Florida 3313n, on or
.Inn. -.. 1972, and file the orini-
tllh the Cl.-rk of this Court either
ervlce on Petitioner's altor-
i immediately thereafter: other*
tlefnull will he entered against
it the relief demanded In the
Inn,
ITN'KSS my hand and the seal
Curt on April 27. 1972.
K. R. l.KATHKRMAN,
Clerk of said Curi
' c P. COPF.l.A\T>
w> l i,-puty Cleric
(Court seat)
S/S-13-19-26
<, AlsOU Motel
P. O. BOX 14
Springlnke, New- Jersey 07782
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that nn action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to it
nn David M. Onnshak. attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 1497
Northwest 7th Street, Miami. Flor-
ida 83125, and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled court
on or before June 1. 1972: otherwise
a default will he entered against you
for the relief demanded in the Com-
I plaint or petition.
This notice shall he published once
, each we.k for four consecutive weeks
in TIIK JEWISH FI.ORID1AN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
snld court at Miami. Florida on this
35 day of Anril, 1972.
K. It. LEATHRRMAN,
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Oade County. Florida
By C. P. COPELAND
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Dnvbl M. Gonshak
1497 Northwest 7ih Street
Miami. Florida 38125
Attoinev for Petitioner
4/23 .' -.12-19
N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2090
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
HENRY PERLMAN
I leceased.
To All Creditors and All Person* Hav-
ing claims or Demands Agalnsi said
Estate:
You are hereby notified irnd re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the .state of HENRY PERLMAN,
deceased late of Hade County, Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in duplicate
and as provided in Section 733.16.
Florida Statutes, in their offices in
! the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty. Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the name will
be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 2Cth
day of April. A.D. 1972.
HARVEY BAXTER
As K\erutor
First nuhli.atlon of this notice on
the 5th day of May. 1972
BAXTER FRIEDMAN
Attorneys for Executor of the Bstata
Of Henry Perlman
1S7" N.K 183rd St.
North Viuiu- Reach, Florida
g/IU1t-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. 72-7939
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: TIIK MARRIAGR OF
PETRONA MENENDKZ, Wife
FEDRRICO MENENDEZ. Husband
TO: FEDERICO MENENDEZ
4t;i Ft. Washington
New York. N.Y.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a cony of
your written defenses, if any, t,. it
in OUILLKRMO BOSTCH1N, nttor-
nej for Petitioner, whose address is
Ml N.W. 12th Avenue. Miami. Fla.
33123, and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court on or
before As i> :'.;. 1972; otherwise n de-
fault Mil, I"- entered against you for
the relief demanded in the complaint
. or pet Ition,
This notice shall I.e published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
snld court at Miami, Florida on this
lv da) of Anril. 1972.
K. H LEATHERMAN,
As ci.rU. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By N. A HKWETT
As Deput> Clerk
(Circuit Court Seall
STONE & SOSTCHIN
101 N.W. 12 Avenue
Miami. Florida 33123
Attorney for Petitioner
4/21-23 5 .".-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. 72-8069
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION 1
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
FRED l. KAl'i.AX, J
Petitioner I
and
ANNABKLLA V. KAPLAN, ,
Respondent,
To: ANNADELLA V. KAPLAN
15o West 79th Street
New York, New York
OU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution ol Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are rexuilred to serve a ropy of
your written defenses, if any, to it
on GEORGE SAMI'AS, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 42'i Lfti-
coln Roa.i, Room 211. .Miami Beach,
Florida 331311, and file the Original
with the clerk of th.- above styled
court on or before May L'4, 1972: other-
wise u default will be entered ngainsl
you for the relief demanded in the
complaint or petition.
Tim, notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive wcckV
in THE JEWISH FLOKIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami, Florida on thif
19 day of April, 1972.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
Uy L. SNEEDBN
As Deputy Cl.-rk
(Circuit Court Seal) '
GEORGE SAMPAS. ESQ. '
42n Lincoln Road, I:......m 211
Miami Reach. Florida .",.!inu
Attorney For Petitioner
4/21-2S S/5-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, .1,-siring 10 engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ARI.EN WINDOW CLEANING COM-
PANY at Inn King* Point Drive, North
.Miami Reach, Fla, intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida,
ERROL I Id THSCHILD
Ku Itney & Kroop
Attorneys for applicant
4: Lincoln KoB Miami Reach, Fla.
4 21-23 :. .--12
r*E COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2055
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
' Bstal.....'
l|J 1', >j{
taxed
!'; .....tor* and Ail Persons Ilav-
," :-'- ", Demand)
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagi 111
business under the fictitious name 01
AMERICAN IIANDI1AC.S Co. al 9S
1 N.E. 74th Street. Minml, Florida in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
BIO-SERUM LABS. INC.
a Florida corporation
By: ALBERTO DELGADO,
President
Sole (iwner
GOODMAN & llol.TZMAN. ESQ8.
Attorneys for Rio-Serum Labs, Inc.
1 |(M) Concord Building
Miami, Florida
4,2S S/-B-12-19
Ktiitc
ty Judg
he
I i
tin hereby notified and re-
ln pr.sen, any claims and de-
inlch you may have against
f JACOB FOX deceased
'.nle County, Florida, to the
if Dade County, and
'in, i duplicate and as pro-
Mectlon 7:i3.1ti. Florida Stat-
in th.-ir offices in the County
>*e hi Dade County. Florida,
' *ix nlendar months from the
Hi. first puhliieatlon hereof,
"me win be barred.
,'," ,'.,M.,am1' Florida, this 1 day
EDITH FOX
. As Executrix
. PUhlloatkM of this notice on
"fH KCHMDBR
wy for Estate
"',|" Road, Miami Reach. Fin.
', S-1I-19-M
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
A-l AMERICAN CONSTRUCTION
CO. at W NE 7Srd Street. Miami.
\gainst Said Florida intends to register said name
: with the Clerk of the circuit Court
' of Dade County. Florida
MEDICAL DIAGNOSTIC CENTER.
INC.
By: AIM1I.FO OCIIOA. President
SOLE OWNER
, GOODMAN & HOLTZMAN
I Attorneys for Medical Diagnostic
Center, Inc.
1100 Concord rtuihllng
Miami. Florida 231.10
4'2 r.'.-,-12-19
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: Estat- of
, CHARLES LL'DWIG
Deceased.
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 and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of CHARLES H*DW1G,
I deceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in dunlicntc and as
provided in Section 733.10. Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade. County. Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the. time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be buried
Dated at Miami. Florida, till
day of April, A.D. 1972
ANNA 1.FDW1G
SIMEON D. SPEAR
As Executors
First publication of this nolic
the 21 day of April, 1972.
SIMON. HAYS .< ORUNDWERfl
By: moses .1. ORrNDWRRO
Attorney for Executors
to*. Alnsley lUilldlng
Miami, Florida 33132
4/21-23 -,-12
11
on
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 1 F:
OF MARRIAGE
CIARRBTT DRILL,
and
MARSHA F, KKll.L.
TO: MARSHA F, IlItILL
2"::*i VYIndover Street
Pittsburg, Pennsylvania
Vnl' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an a.uon for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has l.e.-n filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your unit ten defenses, if any. 10 it
,.i, MAX I". KNOEL, attorn, \ for
Petitioner, whose address is linn N.W.
imu Avenue. Suite 17-G, Miami, Flor-
ida, and file the original with the
cl.rk of the above styled court on
or before June 1. 1972: otherwise a
il.faiii: 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 FI.ORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said curl al Miami. Florida on this
.'.-. da) of Anril. 1972.
K. It. LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By C. I*. COPEl-VND
As I icnuty Clem
(Circuit Court Seall
.MAN P. KNOEL
I4O0 N .W Hltll Avelllle. Sllile 1,-lJ
.Miami, Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
t 2s :. S-12-19
-NOTICE UNDER
L, c,7'TIOUS NAME LAW
kn<1 '' Ml':|:':i'-v GIVEN that
C'-"-'Bi'cd. desiring to engage in
m-',"s.."rJm' fictitious name of
''. IX."TE CAI.IERY. DON
f I!
V"-'. Mia
r" said
I'll
I I.I
CUIt
Fin. intends to
name with the Clerk
Court of Dade County,
\l \IUo F KOXTEI.A
.- r,-i-19-2
ATTORNEYS!
ATTENTION
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
tin- undersigned, desiring t. engage in
business under the fictitious name of
L. s. KNIGHT, LTD. at ism Baj
R,,.-id. Miami Reach. Florida Intend*
to register said name with the Cl.rk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
HATED: March 14, 1972
iliirharn Dubbin. President
Imnort enter. Inc.
ISfll Hay Road
Miami Peach, Florid*
Lawrence C. Porter
Myers, Kaplan. Porter Levhlson A
Kenin
Attorneys for Import Center. Inc.
Suite 104, HIM S.W. First Street
.Miami. Florida SSIS0
271-911!!
4 2S :. '.-,-12-19
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious names of
lONETTE SALES and JONETTE EN-
TERPRISES at IMU N.W, '-'2nd
Court. Opa I.ocka. Florida M0S4 in-
tends to register said names with the
Cl.rk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida
I1ARHEN CORP., a Florida
corporation
By: SIDNEY fJERBER
President
HARRY ZCKERNIOK
Attorney for Applicant
42i> Lincoln Road, Miami Reach, Fin
4 2S .,,.',-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 KOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE 1 IF
I ROBERT BARBOl'R, Husband,
and
EVELYN K. BARBOL'R, Wife.
TO: EVELYN K. BARBOl'R
802 Winding Way
Lake Jackson. Texas
You. Evelyn K. Harbour, are here-
by notified that a Petition for dis- .
solution of Marriage has been filed I
I against you. and you are required to 1
s.-rve a Copy of your Answer or '
Pleading to th.- Petition on the Peti- |
t loners attorney, Banford 11. Kramer, 1
li:," N.W. 14th Street. Suite (00.
I Miami. Florida and file the original |
Answer or Ph-nttiug In the office of
the Cl.rk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 2 day of June. 1972. If you
fall to do so, Judgment by default will
be taken against you for the relief
demanded in the Petition
Tills notice shall be published one-
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 19 day of April A.D. 1972.
E B. LEATHERMAN, cl.-rk.
Circuit Court. Hade County. Florida
Bj R. M. KISSES
Deouty Clerk
(Circuit Court Seall
SAXF< iRD II KRAMER
Attorney for Robert Barbour
11-,n V \V 14th Street, Suite BOO
Miami, Florida 331SC (S77-4M41
4 2S 0 ..-12-111
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 ol
KAN NY WANG,
I leceased,
To All Creditor* and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demand* Against Said
Estate:
You arc hereby notified and re-
' quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
I the estate of FANNY WANG de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida.
to the County Judges of Dade County.
( and file the same In duplicate and as
provided In Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County. Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
th.- time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Mated at Miami. Florida, this IS
day of April. A.D. 1972.
.MIRIAM VVOLK
As Executrii
Firs' publication of this notice on
th,- SI day of April. 1972.
RICHARD I. KROOP
KK'HARD I. KROOP. KWITNEY &
KROOP
Attorney for Executrix
42" Kin, op. Road. Miami Beach, Fla.
4/31-28 :. :.-lS
NOTICE INKER
Fit TITK US NAME KAW
MiTPE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the underslg.....I, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ot
CORTINA TRANSFER at 1219 W.
Flagler Street, Miami. Fla. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk ol
Hie Circuit Court of Dnde Countv,
Florida.
I'i 1RTINAT0 S. CORTINA
l/SI 5/5-12-19
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE I
No. 72.1959
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
DAVID W'KINRAICII
I leceased,
To All Creditor- and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
, Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
qulred to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the .state ,.f DAVID WELNRAUCH
dei ease, 1 late of Dadc County, Flor-
deceased late of Dade County,
Florida, to the County Judges ot
Dade County, and file the same in
duplicate and .,- provided in Section
733.16, Florida Statutes, In their of-
fices in the Cuniy Courthouse, in
Dade County, Florida, within six cal-
endar mouths from the time of the
, first publication hereof, or the same
will be bailed
Dai.d at Miami. Florida, this 20
; day of April. AD. 1972.
BETTY WKKNRAFt'H
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
ill.- 21 day of April. 1972.
JOSEPH SCHMIER
Attorney for Executrix
MS Lincoln Road, Miami Reach. Fin.
4/2S .'. '.-.-12-19
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring 10 engage In
business under the fictitious name ot
LI'CKY DECK STABLES at 12705
N.W. 2nd Sire.'. Dade County. Flor-
ida intend to register satil name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade Count). Florida.
Robert J Nern.y Mc, Owner
Dorine Nerney 'a1'. Owner
DAN' SATIN
Attorney for applicant
25 Wesl Flagler Stleet
Suile 1127
Miami. Rorida 33130
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"cJewish Floridian
Rumania Says Settlement
Requires Total Withdrawal
Miami
Florida Friday, May 12, 1972
Section Bl
Jacob R. Modansky, (left) president of the Kneseth Israel
Congregation, and Oscar B. Schapiro, chairman of the
Kneseth Israel Dinner of State, presented the State of Israftl
Shalom Award to Rabbi and Mrs. David Lehrfield on that
occasion. Michael Litvak, director of the State of Israel Bonds
for the Greater Miami area, is at right.
Police Investigate
Friedman Activities
JBRUSALEM (JTA) At-
torney General Meir Shumgar
reportedly has asked the police
to investigate certain activities
of Mordcchai Friedman who re-
signed last week as managing
director of the government-
owner Netivei Neft oil company.
A government panel investi-
gating Netivei Neft absolved
Friedman of wrong doing. Mr.
Shamgar told newsmen, how-
ever, that his request for an in-
vestigation stemmed from eei-
tain matters that came up dur-
ing the panel's investigation,
including Friedman's income tax
and foreign currency activities
and the mixing of his private
funds with public property In
the accounts of Netivei Neft.
Red Cross Day Celebrated
"Red Cress Humanity's
Bridge" was this year's theme for
World Red Cross Day, marking
the 144th anniversary of the birth
of Red Cross founder Henri Dun-
ant. The celebration was held
Monday.
JERUSALEM (JTA) Rum-
ania this week reaffirmed its
position that a Middle East
peace settlement requires the
total withdrawal of Israeli
forces from the occupied Arab
territories.
That view was contained in a
statement attributed to Pres-
ident Nicolae Ceausescu which
was broadcast by Bucharest ra-
dio onlv hours after Premier
Golda Meir returned to Israel
from her three-day visit to
Rumania.
Officials here would not com-
ment on the broadcast but
stressed that the Rumania
position was well-known and
WM spelled out fey Cea'i*ecu
and Premier Ion Oheorghe
Maurer during Mrs. Melr"s visit.
It was not contained in the
joint communique released last
night simultaneously In Jeru-
salem and Bucharest. That com-
munique stressed the cordial at-
mosphere that attended Mrs.
Meir's visit and the desire for
continuing close bilateral rela-
tions between Israel and Rum-
ania. On International matters,
including the Middle East con-
flict, the Joint statement re-
sorted to generalities.
The Ceausescu statement,
broadcast immediately follow-
ing the reading of the text of
the joint communique, said that
the Middle East problem should
be settled within the framework
of the Security Council's Resolu-
tion 242 which Rumania re-
gards as calling for the total
withdrawal of Israeli forces
from the Arab territories oc-
cupied in 1967. It also said that
Rumania counts the Palestin-
ians among the nations entitled
to self determination.
NCJW Offers
Contact With
Soviet Jews
The National, Council of Jewish
Women has issued a community
alert to those interested in assist-
ing their relatives in the Soviet
Union. Greater Miami section,
NCJW, is the local cooperating
agency for United HIAS Service
through its Naturalization and
Immigration Service (NISI pro-
gram, a beneficiary of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.
NIS is the Miami link in the in-
ternational chain of agencies act-
ing on behalf of Jews who need to
exit from countries where their
lives and freedom are endangered.
If you have relatives in the Sov-
iet Union whom you wish to con-
tact or to aid in emigrating, con-
tact the National Council of Jew-
ish Women at the organization of-
fice. 4200 Biscayne Blvd.
Waldheim Willing To Chair Conference
UNITED NATIONS (WNS) Sources here report that Secre-
tary General Kurt Waldheim has approached the Israeli and Egyp-
tian ambassadors to the United Nations with a proposal for a Mid-
east peace conference that he indicated he would be willing to chair.
Ambassador Tekoah Named For Award
NEW YORK (JTA) Ambassador Yosef Tekoah. Israel'> per-
manent representative to the United Nations since 1967, has been
named as the recipient of the 1972 Citation and Award for Dis-
tinguished Service to American Jewry annually made by the Na-
tional Federation of Jewish Men's Clubs. The presentation will be
trade to the 47-year-old veteran diplomat at the banquet opening
the National Federation's four-day 43rd convention in Miami Beach,
May 28.
Holiday Inn Expresses Regret
TRENTON. N.J. (JTA) -The Holiday Inn here expressed re-
uret at any offense caused to the general and Jewish communities
by its renting a room to three dozen neo-Nazis celebrating Hitler's
birthday April 23. it was reported this week by the Jewish Federa-
tion of Trenton. The Inn accepted a reservation under the name
"Mountain Church of Jesus Christ." thinking it was just "another
religious group." but after learning of its true identity maintained
the arrangement for what it called legal reasons and for fear of
bodily harm to other guests.
Taes Carries Sadat's May Day Speech
JERUSALEM (JTA) Tass. the Soviet news agency, carried
a condensed version May 2 of President Anwar Sadat's May Day
sneech, eliminating the passage in which he said Egypt was pre-
pared to sacrifice one million men in battle against Israel. The Tass
version dropped Sadat's attacks on Israel and his declared intention
to renew warfare against Israel. But Sadat's hard words for the
United States and his laudatory references to the Soviet Union
were retained.
Soviet Airliner To Land At Lydda
TEL AVIV (JTA) -The first Soviet airliner to land in Israel
since Moscow broke diplomatic relations in 1967 is due at Lydda
Airport Wednesday. The I!lyushin-18 jet will bring Archbishop
Finman of the Russian Orthodox Church and a large entourage for
a visit to holy places in Israel. Special landing permission for the
piane was arranged through the Finnish Embassies in Moscow and
Tel Aviv. Finland handles Soviet affairs in Israel. The airliner will
depart from Israel shortly after landing its passengers and will
return to pick them up when their visit Is over. Arrangements have
been made for Israeli ground crew to sen-ice the aircraft while it
is at Lydda.
Statement Calls For Withdrawal
NEW YORK Several major American Jewith organizations,
including the American Jewish Congress, Americans for Progressive
Israel-Hashomer Hat/air, B'nai B'rith Women, Labor Zionist Alli-
ance. National Council of Jewish Women, National Federation ol
Temple Sisterhoods, National Women's League of United Syna-
gogue and the Union of American Hebrew Congregations have
issued a statement calling for immediate and total withdrawal of
all American forces from Vietnam.
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Friday. May 12. 1972____________________________________
ORT Leaders Meet To Plan
Bond-With-Israel Luncheon
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.vho met this week to plan
ling ORT Bond-with-Is-
Luncheon scheduled Thurs-
Louiae Cohen, who has been day. May 25, at the Fontaincbleau
d as the honoreo and -Mrs. I Hotel.
Krutman, Israel Bond :nair-
These two leaders and other rep-
resentatives from the Southeastern
Fluiida Region ORT chapters mel
for "coffee and sweets" in the Gigi
Room of the Fontainebleau Hotel
anil to coordinate their chapters'
activities In preparation for the
luncheon to be held under the au-
spices of State of Israel Bonds.
Mrs. Beverly Pechenik, regional
president, announced Mrs. Cohen's
selection as the recipient of the
Israel Woman of Valor Award in
r.ition of her dedication to
the Stale of Israel.
Mrs. Cohen is the current presi-
dent of the Seacoast Chapter of
Women's American ORT. vice pres-
ident of the Gold Coast Chapter of
B'nai B'rith, and a life member
of Hadassah, the Jewish Horn? for
the Aged, and Children's Variety
Hospital.
A frequent visitor to Israel, Mrs.
Cohen has a special interest in
Omna, a home for children with-
out parental care. She is a mem-
ber of Temple Emanu-El, Miami
Beach, and is also active in many
other philanthropic and communal
endeavors.
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Among the leaders planning
the ORT Bond-With-Israel
Luncheon at a recent "coffee
and sweets" session were Mrs.
Louise Cohen, (left) who will
be the honoree at the May 25
evenl. and Mrs. Helen Krutman,
Israel Bond chairman for the
Suncoast Chapter, Women's
American ORT.
Proceeds Of YM-YWHA Games
Night Earmarked For ECD
Proceeds of the games night to
be held in the North Ballroom of
the Greater Miami YM-YWHA
Saturday at 8 p.m. are earmarked
to provide scholarships and special
urday at 8 p.m. are earmarked to
provide scholarships and special
equipment for the Early Childhood
Development program.
Tickets for the nursery and
kindergarten facility benefit are
available through Mrs. O. B. Grap-
ham. Suzy Zangwill or the Central
"Y" office. Further details may be
secured by contacting Mrs. Ted
Weinstock at the "Y."
Mrs. Phillip Stark, (left) incom-
esident of the Southeast-
ern Florida Reqion of Women's
ran ORT. and Mrs. Ger-
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Temple Judea Mortgage Burned
Members of Temple Judea of
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$200,000 mortgage. The document
was put to the torch by William
C. Swain, president of Florida Na-
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campaign workers looked on.
Jack Langer, chairman of the
successful effort to raise funds tor
I the mortgage burning, said the l
I bank was the only non-member
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Richard J. Horwich, who served j
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Additional participants included
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'"The Center ha.* handled ar.
160 calls from deeper-
at d kcthna every week since
; started -i>- monthe ago.'' Mr.j
Kaaae ../ said.
The Center i? located in a wing
of St. Luke'i Center at 125 S\V
:'/ith c* it s a Ucanted agency ir.
the fight against drug casualties
Dr. Ben S head of Si
IaiK'c i.-e for th'
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din ctoi.
Jennie Grossinger Hosting
Home's Mother's Day Party
Mis Jennie Grossinger is one-
i"tin hosting the annual Mother's
Day party -it the Greater Miami
fol the Aged. (Dou-
glas Gardensi ir>i ne 52nd St.
The gala event will feature a con-
cert by Morton Reid, according to
Mm Franca Makovsky, program
thairnian.
p.m. Sunday. Both Mrs. Shari Sil-
veiman. president of the Home's
Women's Auxiliary, and Mrs. Mol-
' lie Silverman, honorary life pres-
ident, will greet the guests. The
public is invited to attend the
party and tour the Home and In-
spect its facilities.
Mrs. Philip Stark.
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*Jenisti FhrSdl/icTiin
Page 5-3
Some 'Champagne ami Shoring IV Party-Goer*
Mrs. Eiise E. Adams, (left) Mrs. Alexander Muns, and Mrs.
Alex Manson; Mrs. Jerome Kipnis (standing).
Mrs. David J. Light, (left) Mrs. Else Bonem and Mrs. Leonard
Friedland.
Mrs. Harry A. Levy, (left) Mrs. Arthur Horowitz, Mrs. Stephau
Muss and Mrs. Morton Silberman.
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Trustees
Honored at
Muss Party
"Champagne and Sharing M"
was the keynote tor a successful
gathering hold recently to bcnefil
the 1972 CJA-IEF.
The party was held in the iient-
house apartment of Maureen and
Stephen Muss at Seacoast Towers
which overlooks Biscaync Ba al
i particularly beautiful point, to
honor trustees i contributors of
So 0 0 or more).
Norma 'Mrs. Jeromei Kiwnis
ehairn an >!' trustees and Toby
1 Mrs. I. onard i Fi le Hand, \ ice
residents >>! the Women's Divi-
i 'ii of the ramnaitrn of ihe Oreatei
ni J 'i sh '. deration, planned
th< program.
igne and caviar
< ere crved, Toby and Noi
in informal dialogue on their |
ional expi iences during their iasl
trip to Vienna (where they saw
Soviet Jews en route to Israel) j
and Israel.
Cyi ii (.Mrs. David) Light, Mrs.
Else Bonem, Mrs Elise E, Adams,
Gert iMrs. Alexanderi Muss, Car-
olyn (Mrs. Alex) Manson, Dnvida
(Mrs. Harry) Levy, Bunny 'Mrs.
Arthui i Horowitz, Val i Mrs. Mor-
ton i Silberman, Boa 'Mrs. Rich-
ard) Levy. Ruth (Mrs. Ike) Block,
Mimi IMrs, Bernard) Abel. Ruth]
(Mrs. .lack I Popick, Sara Mrs.
He man) Shaw, Birdie (Mrs, Leon)
Miller, and Lillian 'Mrs. Lo>visl
Zorn. were among (ho ladies who
wi re present.
There are presently ll trustees;
the goal is 50.
Mrs, Jarre!! Cited
By Freedom BBW;
Slate Installed
Freedom Chapter B'nai B'rith
Women cited Mrs. Donald Jarrett
B! a combination installation anil
testimonial recently at the Play-
boj Plaza Hotel.
Mrs. Jarrett has served as chap-
ter president and ways and means
vice president for the past five
years, she also served as member-
ship vice president and won the
first place award of District 5,
BBW, for four years for bringing
in the most new members.
At present, Mrs. Jarrett is vice
president of Broward-North Dade
Council of B'nai B'rith Women
and corresponding secretary of:
Shalom Chapter oi Hadassah. She j
also serves as Counselor of BBW
Century 21 which she helped or-
ganize in 1972.
Mrs. Adele Arnow. South Flor-
ida Field Director, presented a
special citation from District 5 to I
Mrs. Jarrett. Also present to lion- j
or Mrs. Jarrett was Mrs. Ronald
Jay, president, Broward-North '
Dade Council.
Entertainment for the afternoon
was offered by Bob Novak, ac- .
cordionist and pianist.
Judge Theodore Nelson installed
the following slate: Mrs. Fred '
Berger, Mrs. Lillian Mogil and.
Mrs. Pearl Schanfald. presidium;
Mrs. Gene Abrams, Mrs. Dorothy
Bodenstein and Mrs. Sonya Fine j
vice presidents; Mrs. Donald Jar-
rett. ways and means and coun-
cilor; Mrs. David K. Cohen, trea-
surer; Mrs. Fred Berger, financial
secretary; and Mrs. Zlra Konreich, !
corresponding secretary.
Trustees include Mrs. Anne
Beckerman, Mrs. Mabel Bright,
Mrs. Samuel F.pstein, Mrs. Bern-
ard Friedman, Mrs. Harry Lip-
sit/. Mrs Wiliam Oleck and Mrs.
Rosa Spiro.
Mrs. Samuel Baron. Mrs. Bertie
BreMler, Mrs. Herbert K. Cohen,
Mrs. Jacob Kigner, Mrs. Ruth
Ilecht. Mrs. Maurice Kaplan, Mrs.
Jack Kornreich, Mrs. Marjorie
Rossin, Mrs. Ben Schuster. Mrs.
Irvin Schwartz, Mrs. Rose Sobel,
Miss Renee Stein. Mrs. Laura
Wernick and Mrs. Daniel Wolfe
are members of the board.
Pictured from left to right are Mrs. Ernest Harris, dorii
luncheon chairman; Mrs. Sidney Harris, donor awai is
chairman who also created Ihe cenlerpieces, and Mrs S
Greenfeder, programming vice president, writer end director
of the "Tribal Tribute" musical production.
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vJewist flcridiair
Friday, May 12
O^w Jhe Ooc/a/ /veaA
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by helen snyder and glenda friedman
TIP OFF You girls who are in charge of programming for your
various clubs and organizations absolutely must catch Trixie Levin and
her "Temple Emanu-El Players" in the recent production of "Joseph,
Joseph." I've had the pleasure and it is a MUST! These gals are great
to look at and are so talented the author of this production has
written -Jesus Christ Superstar."
"Proud as Peacocks": In contrast to all the things that our hippie
youth are amiss with, I must make note that Wendie Feinberg, daugh-
ter of Saralyn and Norman Feinberg, took first place in the Girls'
Extemporaneous Speaking Contest for the State of Florida spon-
sored by the National Forensic League, and was awarded a beautiful
trophy. She also has been nominated from Norland Senior High School
for the Silver Knight Award in the social science category.
Second place awards in Debate went to Ethel, daughter of Mayor
and Mrs. David Lapham of North Miami Beach and Ricky, son of
Joe and Hennie Golden, whose parents are active in youth activities.
Hennie is Youth vice president at Beth Torah Congregation and Joe
is currently president of the Southeast Region of United Synagogue.
The state competitions were held in West Palm Beach April 20-22.
Atty. Myles Tralins had been their coach and inspiration and has done
a great deal to help and instruct these youngsters. The first place
winner will go to compete in the "Nationals" at Wake Forest in June.
Mr. Tralins and his wife, Nicki, and two-year-old son Kevin; (they are
expecting another child) have just moved into their brand-new home in
Highland Lakes.
"I can't believe the whole thing" the little kids whom I've
known since they were toddlers are all grown up and making me
feel the age I am. Congratulations are in order to Dr. and Mrs. Jack
Safra. whose Mark is engaged to Clara Deloumi. They will be married
June 4; he's in the third year of medical school at the University of
Miami and Clara an honest to goodness Sabra is presently teach-
ing Hebrew classes at the Hillel school. Gee and Jack's daughter, Jan,
was married in December to a New York boy. Tommy Goldman, and
they have settled in North Miami Beach.
Phyllis and Lou Taylor's son, Evan, has given his "doll Darleno" a
gorgeous engagement ring and they plan to be married in June. Evan's
in Miami-Dade Junior College; Darlene, who will be graduating from
high school this June, plans to go to college also; she is the daughter
of Julius LaMelles of North Miami Beach.
Neil, son of Pearl and Milton Hornstein, immediate past president
of Beth Torah Congregation, and Debbie, daughter of Helen and Sanford
Elfenbein are planning to be married Labor Day weekend. Neil, who
is completing his Masters degree in psychology and special education,
will be codirector with Ed Farber at Beth Torah this summer. Debbie
also is enrolled at the University of Georgia; she is graduating this
June with a degree in art education.
Dr. and Mrs Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum, and the Milton Schlaffels
recently returned from Israel where they visited with their respective
children. Bess and Milt's son. Marty, studies at Tel Aviv University and
Jackie, daughter of Sylvia and Ben, is studying at the Machon Gold
Seminary for Women in Jerusalem; the studies there are intensive He-
brew courses with no secular courses at all. She plans to study next
year at Stern College for Women in New York. Sylvia and Ben took
Jeffrey and Shira with them and they were all together for Pesach
and had their seders as a family unit a thrilling experience for the
entire family.
A Nassau "birthday weekend" was a special occasion for a Miami
Beach sixsome recently. Birthday celebrant was Ruth (Mrs. Paul) No-
towitz; the group included Paul, their son, Bart, and his wife, Joan, and
Barry and Judy Kutun.
Because of her deep interest in education, Marjorie (Mrs. Irving)
Cowan has been named an honorary trustee of the Community College
of Broward County. Other schools in which Marge takes an active role
are Lehrman Day School, Nova University and McNicol Middle School.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Botkiss of 712 86th St., Miami Beach, cele-
brated their 50th wedding anniversary April 9 at a reception given
by their children, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Meyers. Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Potack and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Love of Philadelphia, and Mr and
Mrs. Daniel Botkiss of Washington, D.C. The Botkisses. who camo to
Miami Beach 20 years ago, are the proud grandparents of 12 and have
three great-grandchildren. Lillian Botkiss is president of the Sister-
hood of Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute.
Rocky and Gene Silverstein recently returned from a wonderful
three week trip to Argentina and Brazil. Since Spanish is "Raquelita's"
native tongue. Gene thought it would be helpful to have her along
and combine business with pleasure.
Ambitious and adventurous Pat and Mel Gordon are pulling up
roots in North Miami Beach and moving to Mexico City where Mel will
be a full time student at the University of Mexico Medical School. Mel.
a practicing pharmacist for about 15 years, is finally realizing his life-
long dream of becoming a physician.
Congratulations to Mackey Miles and Ellis Feinstein who became
Mr. and Mrs. last Friday, and are honeymooning in Montego Bay.
They are looking forward to the completion of their luxurious new
home in Emerald Hills, where there will be plenty of room for their
"combined kiddies."
Now that Esther and Solomon Garazi have thoroughbred "fever"
they were delighted to see the Kentucky Derby last Saturday In the
blue grass country, of course. Trainer Leo Fierra and his wife ac-
companied them, and together they enjoyed participating in all the
social events related to the "two most exciting minutes in racing
history."
Sandy and Charles Friedman and their three children are taking
a one year sabbatical from his dental practice in Hollywood, for life
More Social Realm on Page 11-B
Hope School Unit
Picks New Slate
Angel Chapter, Hope School for
the Mentally Retarded, a non-
profit school located at 66(5 SW
4th St., will hold its annual instal-
lation of officers and board of di-
rectors Wednesday at 11:30 a.m.
in the Montmartre Hotel.
Mrs. Norman Holland, execu-
tive director of the school, will
install the new slate headed by
Mrs. George Sugerman, president.
Other officers include Sylvia
Benjamin, Muriel Yavis and Golda
Moss, vice presidents: Betty Nath-
eson and Florence Supran, finan-
cial secretaries; Mildred Reinfeld,
treasurer; Mina Feldman, Alice
Styne, Ida Katz, secretaries, and
Marie Lenobel. chaplain.
Yeshiva Women
Plan Luncheon
Yeshiva Day School Women, un-
der the presidency of Mrs. Jacob
Chernofsky, will hold its first ar-
nual "Pushka" luncheon at 11:30
a.m. Wednesday, May 24, at the
Royal Hungarian Restaurant. The
affair will honor the school's lunch-
room volunteers.
Chairmen of the day are Mrs.
Sam Gruen and Mrs. Hyman
Genuth.
Mrs. Joseph Millman, singer,
will offer a program of music ac-
companied by Mrs. William Kowitt.
Volunteer Awards
To Be Presented
The highest award for volunteer
services will be given to a member
of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital
Auxiliary at their annual" Ap-
preciation Luncheon" Tuesday in
the Promenade Restaurant.
President S. K. Bronstein will
announce the selection of the
"Volunteer of the Year" as the
climax of a program specially
hosted for the ladies by hospital
trustees, "in appreciation of their
thousands of hours of donated
help."
Auxiliary president Mrs. Sandy
Sparber will present pins for 3,000
to 4,500 hours, and past presidents
Mrs. Ted Lotterman and Mrs. Do-
ran Zinner will award pins for 300
to 2,500 hours of service.
Raffels, Schissels Attend
Grandson's Bar Mitzvah
Scott Joseph, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Irwin B. Raffel, celebrated
his Bar Mitzvah on April 28 in
Jacksonville. His parents feted him
at a reception Saturday evening
at their home.
Out-of-town guests included
grandparents from Miami Beach
Mr. and Mrs. S. Sidney Raffel and
Dr. and Mrs. Henry Schissel, Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Newman and fam-
ily and Mr. and Mrs. Mervyn Dorf-
man and family of North Miami
Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Cut-
ler of Davie, Mrs. Julian Haber of
Fort Worth, Tex., and Mr. and
Mrs. Eugene Feder of East Orange
N.J.
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Displaying awards naming Dade County's Outstanding
Citizens for 1972 are, left to right, Joseph M. Lipton. awards
patron and chairman of Dade Federal Savings & Loan As-
sociation; Melvin I. Haber, past president of Sholem Lodge
1024 of B'nai B'rith; Officer Robert T. Jenkins of the Mstro
Safety Department, men's winner; and Mrs. Sylvia Lieb-
man, women's honoree. She was cited for leadership in
the Dora Aid Cancer Society and Mr. Jenkins was selected
because of his work with underprivileged youth and Lent
Enforcement. The luncheon at the Dupont Plaza Hotei at-
tracted a record attendance of nearly 1,000 persons.
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donor dinner-dance and show at the
Algiers Hotel on Saturday starting
at 6:30 p.m., according to Rose
Lisansky, Auxiliary president.
The Auxiliary is also planning
its monthly social Sunday, May
28. at 8 p.m. in the Washington
Federal on Normandy Isle.
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A totally different kind of camp
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The fafiliurs Isgnal activities, go!? and tennis.
including ;t:struc'ion, at a pri\ :e cnuniry
6ubnt;ca::.pgrf tutortng avMMWf.
DaB't delj> BnraDi (at is limited to only 50
camper* for raeh ant *r'< session. Call or
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Sophomore Cop Highlight Of Calder's Race Program
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('ays program; 29 sophomores
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The balance oi the 10-raee pro-
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In addition to the daily liouble
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The payment for the women's pledge to the South Florida.
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Vitflenfho/
IK MALI. IIKXMMIS
son of Mrs. Tudio
become h Bar Mltz-
i i.' Menorah, Saturday
M 13.
- i student at Nautilus
:. School, where he is
.. i ado.
be a Kirldush follow-
.- honor of the icca-
ption and dinner
- social hall. Among
H -i be Michael's grand-
nd Mrs. Sol I."\ ine
v York
9-
RKI.1XA llrMAIS
daughter of Mr.
' Be jar will be.ome! '''[' ."If,
~ ... Bat Mitzvah
ill i! Tempie Menoiah.
la] -. May 12.
ml is a seventh <,-i ade
1 ii Hebrew Academy.
\: : shabbal will follow the
t: i I there will he a re-
tn Inner in honor of the
. Eden Roc Hotel.
K- v- Q
AMES VI.TKRMAX
ames Di id, the son of Dr. and
Alterman, will be-
!\*ah Saturday. May
Emanu-El,
seventh grade *tu-
tilua Junior High
s. i ymour

Ml Tel
ami -
1 ;-.'
'hi mt will \y honored
in the ballrooi'i of
: :u-El, Hi> grandpar
''I Able Reis nan
vent.
SW 38rd Ter., and grandson
Mr, and Mrs. Louis Friedman
New York City.
David is a seventh grade stu-
dent at West Miami Junior High
School, and a member of the -hool
band. The YMHA will present ;
David with a trophy for basket-!
ball at a coming banquet.
A luncheon in honor of the cele-
brant will lollow the Bar Mitz-
vah service.
-u a &
.IKFMtKY DuDKI.I.
Saturday morning services al
Beth Torah Congregation Will in-
clude the Bar Mitzvah of Jeffrey,
son of Mrs. Helen DuDi-ll. on May
13.
Jeffrey is in the fifth grade of
Beth Torah's Harold VVolk Re-
ligion- School and in the seventh
grade at John F, Kennedy Junior
High School.
Mrs. DuDeli will host the Kid-
dush in her son's honor. Guests
will include the celebrant's (rand-
mother, Mrs. Esther Stein of New
York.
LOBI CHADBOFF
Lori Beih. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Sy Chadroff, will become a
during late Friday
evening services at Beth Torah
Congregation May 12.
Lori is in the seventh grad4 at
John F. Kennedy Junior High
School, and in the fourth grade
at Beth Torah's Harold Wolk Re-
ligious School.
Tin' celebrant's parents will host
the Oneg Shahbat following the
ceremony. Among guests will be
I.oii's great-grandfather. Max
Eipenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Eisenherg and Mr. and Mrs, Harry
Chadroff.
Adam Rosenberg
Belina Bejar
wt
Michael Hennings
David Topper
School. Craig will graduate iViim
Hebrew School in June. He plays
piano and drums and is a member
of his school band.
Great-grandmothers of the cele-
brant are Mrs. Lena Horowitz of
New Jersey and Mrs. Fannie Bass
of Virginia; grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Bert Bass and Mrs. Mae
Xiedenthal, o! North Miami Beach.
A reception and dinner in honor'
of the occasion will be held Satur-
day evening ai the Deauville
Hotel.
fc SANFOBD STEIN
Beth Torah Congregation will
ix" the setting tor the Bar Mitzvah
of Sanlord, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Stein on Sunday morning.
May 14.
Andrew Latzlo James Alterman
Sanford is in the fifth grade of
Beth Torah's Harold Wolk Reli-
gious School and in the seventh
grade at the John F. Kennedy
Junior High School.
Guests al Ihe celebration will
include Sanford's maternal grand-
mother, Mrs. Dora Naff of Miami
Beach; Miss Victoria stein of For-
est Hills. N.Y., and Mr. and Mrs.
Raymond Levin of Opa-locka.
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,M>U1\\ I.AS/.I.O
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Ma; '
seventh grade at
rtl Hi i : Funior H'sjh School
American Legion
- indins all 'i un I
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Sholom Confirmation
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! en at a luncheon follo.ving
it t>
ADAM BOSENBEBfl
Adam Richard Rosenberg will
lark his Bar Mitzvah on Satur-
bj ina May 13, during sen*
~ "' B David Congregation.
Th" eel i is the son of Mr.
" U s Rosenberg, 4845
^ "'"'. Si tnd grandson ol Mr.
n<1 Mrs. I. R senberg and Mr.
1,11 Mi tnd Muss, all of
Jtami I.
Adam fa in the seventh grade
th Ho; i .; School and in the
^enth grade of Hebrew Sehool.
liny swimmer in the
Coast A AC. he has
on many trophies and medals.
Mr. and Mrs. Rosenberg will
fjnor theii jon at a reception at
"':~ Ba icht and Country
'lib.
-r &
DAVIO TOPPKR
lh" Bar Mitzvah of David
i will be celebrated
Saturday, May 13, during serv-
s at Temple Or Olom.
rhe eeli is the son of Mr.
drs. Ernest Topoer of 7720
CRAIG NTEDENTHAL
Craig Philip, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Mickey Niedenthal, will
observe his Bar Mitzvah at Beth
Torah Congregation Saturclay
morning, May 13,
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at John F. Kennedy Junior I h
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Friday, May 12,197J
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
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bituaries
Samuel Slotnick,
30-Year Resident, -
Dead At Age 69
Samuel Slotnick. who can-, to
Miam: Beach from Atlantic (
N J .73 years ago. passed away
on Thursday. May 4. at the age _
of 69.
Mr. Slotnick was a i
Beth Tfilah and Ohev ShnLim
Temp
He is survived by two dau?h'er=.
Mrs Kuth KraTror of Miami
Beach '-ir.fi Mrs. Sylvia Clark o!
Philadelphia. Pa and three si tel
Mrs. Fanny Loorya of Brook:
NY.. Mrs. Mae Gittelman of L.I..
NoY., and Mrs. Ann Adelber^ of
Springfield, Ma--.
Services for Mr. Slotnick were
held Friday, May 5, at the Alton
lid. P.iverside Chapel; interment
follow'-d in Mt. Sinai Cemetery.
Author Maurice Samuel., 77,
Dies After Long Illness
NEW YORK (JTAl Maurice ,
Samuel, prize-winning author, es-
sayist and English translator of
Viddish classics, died here Thurs-
day, May 4, after a long illness at j
the age of 77.
Mr. Samuel, author of 25 books
in addition to his translations,
won the Saturday Review and
Anisfield-Woif Prizes for 'The
World of Sholom Aleichem," the
Stephen S. Wise award, and the
B'nai B'rith Heritage Award. On
the day of his death, he was to
have Ix-en awarded the Manager
Prize in Yiddish literature in Is-
rael.
Dr. Judd L Teller, Author,
Historian, Lecturer, Dies
NEW YORK CWNS) Dr. Judd
L. Teller, director of the Institute
lor Policy Planning ami Research
of the Synagogue Council of
America, died here last week at
the age of 59. A noted author, lec-
turer and social historian, he was
considered an expert on Jewish
communal affairs.
A native of Tarnopol. Austria.
Dr. Teller came to the United
States in 1921. He had written ex-
lensively on Jewish affairs here
and abroad, and was Atran lec-
turer at Yeshiva University, and
onsultant on Soviet affairs to a
Pentagon research project at
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CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-9442
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IE: The Marriagi '-
KJUI.U'.I' PJCACi >CK.
Husl
CONNIE PEAC CK,
Wife
Ti CONNIE PEACOCK
Me
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that i lui
you an
. ...|-
on JOEL D ROBRISH
PetH e address.
Vvenu I '
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court on or Juw 19th, 1972:
, default <:!!
i foi ; r I lei
...
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foui
in THK JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS mj hand and eal nt
said rourl at Miami. Floi
'.li .lav "( May, 197!
K I! LEATHERMAN,
^v i ;i*rh Circuit I lourt
Dade Countv Florida
By X A HETVETT
A- Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Beali
JOEL I' ROBRISH
821 I' .i Avei Be, Suit-s IS & 10
. '.....;ut [rove, Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
s 12-18-28 2
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 722054
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
BAXJAMIX BAL'MSHLAQ
I > .-used.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of BENJAMIN BAIM-
SHLAG deceased late of Dade County,
Florida, to the County Judnes of Dade
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided in Section 738 -
IS, Florida Statutes, in their office!
in the County Courthouse in Dade
County, Florida, within -:k calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
1>h;<-.1 at Miami. Florida, U>K 20
day of April, AD 1872.
ROSE IIAIMSHLAO
As Exe.-utrix
First publication of this notice on
th.- 28 day of April. I87S
JOSEPH 8CHMIER
Attorney for Estate
805 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida 8S1 I
4 28 5/5-12-18
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NO. 72-9447
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
[J H- the Marriage of:
PAULINE HEATH, wife and
EARNEST HEATH, hush
I": EARNEST HEATH
Rl I, Box 59
Norwood, I .
TOE.' ARE HEREBY notified that
on of Man age hat been
"Jed against you, and you
required to ......
war or other pleading to th. P
SLSf, "'r- Jttorney LESTER
(-',' ''"-. ivh addr. |. i4-,i N w
'"';" "lmi, Florida 83123
no 'He the original with the Clerk
:! "-, "bfve styled Court, on or be-
the lth day of Juni. 1972 or a
Default will be entei v u
DATED 1v'-u
I B EATHERMAN .....
< lerk of Circuit i -urt
,,.. !.,V: v HEWETT
(( Ircult Court Seal)
18-20 8 2
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR___
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1722___
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
RONALD H <;""DMAN
TtPSfc^editors and All Peraoni H-v-
mg Claim, ot Demands Against said
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE Sco7~
N AND FOR tRT
DADE COUNTY. FLORID*
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2089
ARTHUR W. PR vv
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I: HE: Estate of
SARAH KIJNGEXST
. teed
To AH Creditors and .v. -: ,
ing Claims or Den...
Bstate: ''
You are hereby noi : L
quired to pres.>nl I
.- hi. h you :..
the eaute of SARAH
ed late :
to the Cov
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: Til- Marriage of
GERALD JACK OPPBNHETM.
Husband,
JUDITH OPPENHEIM,
TO: JUDITH OPPENHEIM
c o Ptashek
18 Abeel street
Yonkers, NY. 1070S
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed agamst you and
you ar.- required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any to It on
MICHAEL P. CHASE, attorney f..r
Petitioner, whose address i> I:"". S \\
Third Avenue, Miami. Florida 83128,
and file th* original with the clerk
of the abote styled court on or be-
fore June h. 1h72: otherwise a de-
fault Will be entered against you for
the r.-lief demanded in the complaint
or petition.
This p...lire shall be published once
a. h w.-ek f..r four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
witness my hand and the se.ii
of said court at Miami, Florida on
lay Of May. 1972.
E B LEATHERMAN,
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Pad- County, Florida
By c P .'. IPEI AND
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal l
MICHAEL P CHA8E
- .- W Third Av.-nue
Miami. Florida SS129 (854-0115)
y tot Petitioner
S 5-12-1 )-28
Counts', and file
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7 l,
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Dade County, FTot
lar months fron
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> ;!i be barred.
Dated ai Mtam P
day I April, A D 1972
NATHAN Ml \
a- Bxi utoi
First publication
the Slh day ..f May, 1 972
BAXTER A FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Bxecutoi
: 873 X E 163rd Streel
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or thi
Ph
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
.,,,- IN AND FR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1719
"ANK B. DOWLING
I" "St!Sf J CRED,TS
HARRY I. CARSON
i H eased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
mg^.aims or Demands Against Said
,.Y..'"i .are "oreby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of HARRY CARSON
?da'eated,halV'f Dl>de ''"unty Kl,, .
Ida. to the County Judges of n.de
^',1n,V^and "" ,he -ame In dun!
cate and as provided in Section 731
'* ,^l"r,d27' Statutes. In their offices
J? th,e ^'"y Courthouse in Dade
C,?U1n,Ly' rr,da- wl,hl" a'x "alenda?
months from the time of the first
Ceba^ed" heref" or ,he ^S
da?ao,feApari,|,>AlaDml,,7^">r'da- ,h'S 28"
E. FRANKLIN CARSON
c>i. Aj' Executor
SM4Sf82tfl ,his "ot'ce on
MAC MERMELL
Attorney for Executor
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5/5-12-19-26
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1300
Arthur W. Primm
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: i: ol
MANES M< IRI >KNEK
I'.... -.-.I
T.. All and All Persons Hav-
or Demands Against 8 i
You are hi by n itlfled and re.
in red to present any lalmt at il I- -
mands which you may have against
the estate of manes MOROKNEK
.- ..r Dade County, Plor-
>' .unty Judges ..f Dade
< ounty, a .1 file the same in dunli-
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TMB I
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCL"
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR"
DADE COUNTY
N CHANCERY. NO. 72-8759
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
In re: MARRIAGE OF:
Nt il'.MA JAY BUTLER,
Wife.
-and-
CHARLES A. O. BUTLER.
Husband.
TO: CHARLES A. O. BUTLER
(Residence Unknown i
Tou. CHARLES A. li RITI.E?!
are hereby notified that .. Dill y|
Complaint for Divorce ha- beei f
against you. and you are re i |
to serve a copy of youi I
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint l
the Plaintifrs attorney. MARK CAS.I
PER, 232 Security Trust Building, I'll
East Flagler Street. Mian::. Flunil
33131 and file the original Answer k|
Pleading in the office of the Clerk M
the Circuit Court on or before the ll
day of June. 1972. If you fall to jj
so. judgment by default v ,... \
against you for the relief .lfmandeir
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be put' -h. |
each week for four conaecu'iv. f
In THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAV.
DONE AND ORDERED L
Florida, this 28 dav of Apr:! VI I
E B I-EATHERMAN f
Cirrcuit Court. Dade C..un--. i
By: R. M. RISSEE
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
MARK CASPER
222 Security Trust Building
119 East Kinder Street
Florida 33131
Attorney for Plaintiff
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY IS .' |
I the undersigned, desiring i
. l.ii-n:.-> under the flctltiou>
: STAR S CHICHI, CHICH STAR!
BANANINA at numb.: I
l": gler St., In the City I
Florida, intends to regist. I
: am< with the Clerk I
C mt of Dade County, P
. 1 lated at Miami. Kl. r
day of April. 1978.
THE STAR DOM IV AX
PI'.i iIll'iTS, IN'.'
[ by, T. R. LLEREN \.
Resident Agei
NOTICE UNDER
..FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVaTO that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
bus ness under the fictitious name of
DAISY AND TARSI BOCTIQCE at
num'''r P Coral Way. In the Cifv
of Miami, Florida, intends to reg.
ister the said name with the Clerk
Florida CUU CUrt f Dade Count^
day^loriY I*?'' F1rida- thl" 28th
MED1FER CORPORATION
by. BLAS J. MEDINA. Secretary
B/5-12-19-28
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
T> 9413
PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
t ... OF MARRIAGE
In Re: The Marriage oj
ELEANOR O. THOMAS,
wife,
and
JOHN THOMAS
Husband
TO: JOHN THOMAS
1"6 Convent Avenue
Anartment No .*,
New York. New York
y,,u. JOHN THOMAS, are hereby
Dta& 'h r" i" Rl". '" Comn.ain, for
5SL has 1,-'-n f|l"l against vou.
of vo,,rU jr* rp"u"-*-'' t" erve a cony
SmTfiite r rifadlnK o the
"in or ( omolaint on the Plaintiffs at
"il- ^iSW d sart'week'far"?.!!!1 he "ub'"hed once
B>: N. A. HEWETT
'nrcuR cour1, rav;nerk
MAX p ENOET.
HM N W mth Avenue Suite 1" f
Miami. Florida 3311.; 1'"G
Attorney for Plaintiff
5/12-19-26 6/2
IN THE COUNTY JUDC-E S COLR*
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORiDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-357 (Pnniiv.
NOTICE TO CREDITOFS
[n RE Eetal.....
PAUL R ( 1ANCI
l ii eased,
To All Creditors and All P ,;' ;
I talma or Demands Ai lift ~ '

'on are hereby nol !
I to present ai
mands which you may I
the estate of PACL It i t."
ea ed late of I lade Couni
to the County Judge
II 'I file the same In dtl
as provided in Section 7
Utes, in their offices
tj 'ourthouse in Dade
Ida, nithin six calendar i
the time of the first pul
of. ..r the same will be bai
Dated at Miami. Florida, tl -
day of Anrll, A D ll'Ti'
JOSEPHINE T. ClANVt
As Exe"utri\
First publication of th If nOIW n
the f> dav of Mav. 1972.
JACK J TAPPER
Attorney for Executrix
1700 N.W. 7 Street ,,.12.1,.:J
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S C0UR"
IN AND FOR _,,
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2217
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
LILLIAN LEHMAN
Deceased, ,,-.
To All Creditors and All Persons im
Ing Claims or Demands Again"
Es'ate
Tou are hereby notified snd r^
uired to present any claims ana o.
ands which you may have,*P-L
e estate of LIIJJAN LEHMANg
ceased late of Dade County, M" ;.
to the County Judges pf Dade t'JJ ;;
and file the same in du'df-ate J^_j;
nnwlded in Section 733.16
Statutes. In their offices in the t
ty Courthouse In Dade Cun >. '_,
Ida. within six calendar nionuu
the time of the first publication n*
of. or the same will be barred. u
Dated at Miami. Florida, this I
of May, AD. 1972 _,.
MARK S. LEHMAN
As Administrator (,
First publication of this now
the 5 day of May. 1972.
Harry- Zukernlck
Attorney for Administrator -i,
420 Lincoln Road. Miami BtCh

Mav 12. 1972
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btlniuHl From pb<- 0-b
: / hi Israel, which proves thai the pioneer spirit lives on.
. nrlj sported a patch on bar eye alter getting zonked with
> ball.
I n\v firm of Cohen and Ancl sent bottles of champagne to
|l,,. ikiiii.- in their newly acquired office building,'The Executive,
Miami. .Mm and Stan wanted to start their relationship as
|i off on a "high" note: Not only has the square footage of
reased, but the addition of two new partners. Howard In-
\ei: Rollnick, makes their expansion really complete'
THE CAINS CAME AND CAME." but, on the appointed hour
|pr this last Saturday evening; the downpour stopped just :<1 the
ipdi "hen Sandy and Revie Ungar were welcoming their guests to
party they were having in their home. Sandy had been a
I:h lay. hut one couldn't tell as she was most gracious and gay
|] ed absolutely stunning in a hot pink chiffon sown and Rcvle
ixed as the "always perfect host" looking after his guests;
Jerry Leader who came with Gerri and Gene Sorosky. Mari-
iu Howard Goodstftln along with Zelda and Dr. Stan Rosenthal,
la: .im and adding to the merriment of the night Steve Kort-
;,:..i his combo had one and all "up, up and away" on the dance
the floor held no one went swimming). Marlene and Ken
Itman with neighbors Hilda and Irv Kane; Dr. Al and Shirley
.re there too. Revie's sister. Leah and her husband, Art
ten, enjoying the company of Dollv and Mel Schwartz.
i- anyone? just noticing Brenda and Ken Thenin, Barbara
IK : Perlman, Ruth and Lou Teich, Tom and Joan Reach, Sheila
1 I) Brown then Renee and Bob Schwedel, Dolores and
Wolf. Joyce .ind Marshal] Pasekoff. Sandy bad a surprise in
U her sister and brother-in-law, Glenda and Stan Friedman,
their 2lst anniversary and she bad a cake and toast for them
i] y celebration. Glenda looking like a china rW what
nru hair-do and stunning in red knit gown (as noted bj the
ol this writing team). The party was over at 2 a.m and
Bitest left "THE RAIN'S CAME" someone up there was
.' itching!
: i Room of the Sheraton Four Ambassadors was the i ing
n -shower-luncheon on Sunday. April 30th, for Susan Diane
ide-to-bc of Richard Bernard Skor, given by Mrs. Morris
Mrs Ronald Ferdie, at which approximately 40 guests
Rhode Inlanders Meet
The Rhode Island Club or Great- \
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lar meeting of the current club
season to Mother's Day Sunday at
7 p.m. in the Washington Federal,
1234 Washington Ave. Abe Finger-
man is president of the group.
thinking of tennis ... So happy to sec Howard Good inn
ost traveling travel agmt iDupont Plaza Travel) wife. Rusty,
: the tennis courts, and looking five pounds trimmer after a
IUI with thai ol" stomach virus.
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Elie Wiesel Receives
^ewlsll JFloridiaia AJCommittee's Aware
Kiomi. Florida Friday, May 12, 1972
9
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By ISABEL GROVE
Close to 400 handsome men and
Attractive women gathered Sun-
day night at the Seville Hotel to
see Dr. Max A. Lipschitz installed
a* the new president of the Flor-
.da Region of the American Jew-
ish Congress during its annual
binner-dance.
Mrs. Irving Kaplan and Mrs.
Charles Silvers served as cochair-
men of the affair. The former se-
lected a long white sheath with
cowl neck, low back and gold
i quiii cuffs; the tatter's floor
length black gown was trimmed
with silver at the mandarin neck-
;ine and long sleeves and was set
tff by a large gold flower.
Seen chatting at one table, Clare
Hayden, a vice president at Wash-
ington Federal, in a shirt waist
ciress of an exotic Indian metallic
print with a red velvet belt, and
the Abe Grunhuts. He had offered
the toast for the evening and she
was wearing an imported Belgian
wool with horizontal stripes in
aqua, white and pink, with an an-
tique cameo at the collar. Also at
ihr table, Bernard and Ellen Man-
dier. Ellen had just come from the
Hadassah Florida Region conven-
tion and serves as fund-raising veep
oi the Miami chapter. She set off
her dark tresses with a shocking
pink skirt topped by a black
..eeveless sweater.
A devoted worker for the Amer-
ican Jewish Congress, Mrs. Her-
-nan Friedman's toast-colored jer-
i\ in the empire style was high-
lighted with a jeweled belt.
All the women were in fashion-
able long dresses which always
look so festive. Especially pretty
were the many prints in gay col-
ors. Mrs. Charles Greenb?rg's
choice was a blending of black,
white and orange, and Mrs. Sam-
uel Cantor topped a full yellow
skirt of matte jersey with a sleeve-
less bodice featuring large yellow
1. ewers.
A belted frock in red. white and j \t Bctll DaVld
Hue was attractive on Mrs. Sam-
tored the spirit of the fashion
conscious evening by wearing a
LACE bow tie.
to -tr &
A late April reception attended
by the Jewish leadership of the
community was hosted by Mena-
chem Cohen, vice president of El
Al Israel Airlines, who is in charge
of his company's activities in the
United States. The bash was held
at the home of Elhanan Segal,
El Al's District Manager in the
Southern area.
ft it ft
A visitor to Miami, Burton Was-
serman, well known graphic artist,
painter and writer who serves as
national president of Artists Equi-
ty Association, was a recent guest
lecturer at the Lowe Museum of
Art. He had an interested audi-
ence of artists and friends; a re-
ception followed his lecture. While
here he was a weekend guest of
artist Reyna Youngerman and her
husband. Alex, at their Miami
Beach home.
ft ft ft
"Bon Voyage" and joyous trip
to Ray and Morris Sandelburn,
who will leave for Israel Sunday.
Ray is vice president of Aviva
Chapter of the Council of Pioneer
Women.
ft ft ft
Harry Hart and friends gave
" I NEW YORK (WNS) Elie as they now do, primarily to Is-
Section C j Wiesel, speaking at the 66th an-i raeli government spokesmen."
----------------I nual dinner of the American Jew-1 At another session of the meet-
I ish Committee, declared: "He who, ing, Howard J. Samuels, president
i says a Jew in Israel is better tiian
a Jew in Russia or Iraq does noth-
ing but divide our people, and
of the city's Off-Track Betting
Corporation, reported on the Com-
mittee's newly launched program
harms it more than some of our! to secure "previously unavailable
enemies." j bank loans for Hassidic business-
Rejecting the idea that Jewish I men. Already, he said, hundreds
leaders from other countries ought of thousands of dollars had iieen
to immigrate to Israel, Mr. Wiesel,' secured for loans to Hassidic-ow nod
mks. lie comm
Mrs. Lee Gottlieb
To Be Installed
Mrs. Lee Gottlieb will be in-
stalled as president of Temple
Menorah's Sisterhood at a brunch
11:30 a.m. Wednesday at the Al-
giers Hotel. Elected to serve as
vice presidents are the Mesdames
Essie Wolf, Syd Wechsler, Frieda
Levy.
The slate at officers also in-
cludes the Mesdames Mae Wal-
lach. Fay Cohen, Sally Adnopoz,
n surprise testimonial dinner for Martha Millcr- IA"n Tatelman.
Rabbi and Mrs. Max Shapiro (he J*"f_ S is spiritual leader of Beth Kodesh)
plus a trip to Israel and Europe.
The affair took place April 23.
ft ft ft
Dr. Edward N. Teacher, a North I Ann Goldschein. Annette Harris
Miami Beach optometrist, attend- } Evelyn Hartman, Jennie Jgwltz! I
td the Florida Optometric Associ- j Molly Katz, Jen Kaufer, Dora
etion's 70th annual meeting at Knight, Pearl Krauss, Leah '
Disney World from April 26 to 30. ; Krauss, Mae Kuntzlich, Dora Lef-
koff, Florence Lelchuk, Pauline
Levy, Martha Miles, Ceil Miro-
witz, Charlotte Pollack, Lillian
Price, Goldie Ringer, Lil Roths-
child, Rose Schiffman, Hannah
Schwartz, Fay Schwartz, Florence
Schuman, Ann Selecoff. Rae She-
who was presented with the Com-
mittee's highest award, the Amer-
ican Liberties Medallion, declared:
"A Jew can be Jewish everywhere
not only in Israel, providing he
claims kinship with the totality of
his people's experience."
Bertram M. Gold, executive vice
president, told the Committee's
opening luncheon session that an
erosion of confidence in American
Jewish institutions has been tak-
ing place for the past five years.
"The Jewish community has alsc
experienced a crisis of confidence,
a serious questioning of established
Jewish organizations, their selec-
tion of priorities, their openness to
change, their very right to lead
he said.
Touching on the emergence of
difference between Israel and Jew-
ish communities in other parts of
the world, Mr. Gold called for the
emergence of "voluntary Israeli
organizations to which the volun-
tary organized Jewish communi-
ties of the world can relate, in-
businesses
Brooklyn.
in William^burg,
Hadassah Group Sets
Installation Brunch
Henrietta Szold Group of Hudas-
sah will hold its installation brunch
Monday noon in the Algiers Hotel.
Installing officer will be past com-
mander Herman Mcdow.
Mrs. Hannah Friedman will pre-
side, and the entertainment will
feature Stanley Rosensweet with
Olga Bibor Stern at the piano.
Reyna Youngerman Guest
Reyna Youngerman, an out-
standing local painter, will be the
special guest at the monthly art
forum sponsored by the Miami
Beach Art Club Friday at 8 p.m.
in the Washington Federal. 1234
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
The artist will show some of her
work done in Mexico and describe
stead of addressing themselves, her impressions of that country.
Lillian Solomon.
Serving on the board of direc-
tors will be the Mesdames Rose
Banner, Ann Burstein, Ida Cen-
ter, Sarah Feinberg, Eva Frank, I
Temple Emanu-El's Annual
Dedication Service Friday
Rabbi Landsman
To Join tbe Staff
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Mrs. Greenberg
Mr. Zilbtrt
Mrs. BeloH
Rabbi Dan Landsman, who has
The annual dedication service for
tie, Lewis and Mrs. Sigmund Weiss ^ apSnted E=ona,' and ^"^ fTV the ta=g* 5=^tt
tsttttJtt*t\^~2- Bar RR-ccTruis hsl
11 blue for the background.
Mrs. Benjamin Kamen wore a
full skirted gown with wide hori-
zontal bands in pastel colors, Mrs.
So) Berlin's silk sheath featured
earth colors, and Mrs. Joel White
chose a full skirt in plaid with
white top.
Mrs. Ethel Spero looked regal in
f< handsome black and white sheer
print with white collar and .nscot
lie. and Mrs. Sidney Fineberg's
pretty whit? silk sprinkled with
tiny flowers was styled with long
t iceves.
An emerald green satin coat
ever a white satin sleeveless dress
leaded in emerald was Mrs. Faye
Danzig's choice, and Judy Te;>per
was ehic ii; a cotton brocade A-
me belted in the back.
Vivacious Mrs. Ruth Lowy in a
1'-to print of brown and silver
was chatting away with friend
Mrs. Edward Schwartz, who was
wearing a grey and black sheer
'ith white Priscilla collar. A love-
ly blue and white frock with full
s>heer sleeves for Mrs. Louis Elkies,
e roundnecked purple trimmed in
{old on Mrs. Louis Graboys, and
bright red metallic for Mrs. Maur-
ice Schwart.
Mrs. Sam Nemeth, who sang the
National Anthem, was in black
taffeta, and Ruth Quartin, who
traced the dais, selected a black
nd white print.
A sleeveless burgundy print with
Hog closings from Bangkok was
worn by Mrs. Jeanne Spevack;
Mrs. Michel Wasserman wore
lovely pearls with her grey print
peau de soie in the empire style
fend black matte jersey with jew-
eled belt and plunging neckline
looked slinky on Mrs. Jack Slatkin.
Dr. Lipschitz, who is celebrating
gregation, will
join the Beth
David family
upon his return
from Israel this
August.
Rabbi Lands-
man comes to
Miami from
New Jersey,
where he served
as director of
the Bureau of
Jewish Educa-
tion of Atlantic
County, and directed the High
School for Jewish Studies, the He-
brew Academy of Atlantic City,
and Temple Beth El Religious
School in Margate.
Rabbi landsman
Wcill. Alice Weiss, Eva Wallach,
Ilsa Yaffe and Dina Snidman.
Trustees are the Mesdames Es-
sie Wolf, Lillian Solomon, Elsie
Belsky, Flora Schuman, Geri
Mechlowitz and Mary Morse.
President's Gavel
To Mrs. White
Tropical Cancer League of the
j American Medical Center at Den-
I ver has scheduled its annual in-
stallation luncheon for Friday. Mav
; 19 at noon in the Deauville Hotel.
Mrs. Arthur Feigeles, an officer
> of the National Council of Auxili-
: aries. will install newlv elected
i president Mi's. Mever White.
Entertainment for the afternoon
will be presented bv vocalist Cath-
erine Russell, accompanied at the
of the Sisterhood, the Men's Club
i and the Parent-Teachers Associa-
tion of Temple Emanu-El will be
held at the late Friday evening
services this weekend. Judge Her-
bert S. Shapiro, president of the
Rabbi Landsman emigrated
from his birthplace Israel to New
York in 1949. He graduated Yes-
hiva College in 1964 with both a piano by Betty DeWitt.
Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor ~jj
of Religious Education. His Henry Howard To Present
further studies at Yesiva univer- Ben-Gurion Dramatization
sity included Rabbi Isaac Elchanan
Theological Seminary, where he
was ordained in 1967, and Harry
The birth of David Ben-Gu.ior
and the State of Israel will he
Fischel Graduate School of Higher i Presented by Judea Lodge 2855
Jewish Studies, where he earned .Bnai B'rtth^at the regular month-
an M.A. degree.
I the Ron.y Plaza Auditorium, 2301
Rabbi Landsman is married to Collins Ave, Miami Beach,
the former Rise Fleischer, they ; This will be an original drama-
have no children.
Sisterhood Installs
The Sisterhood of Beth David .
Congregation will hold its instal- is a!' author f P'"?- The
lation luncheon at Beth David PRra ls "nd/T the ^"-man-
South Wednesday at 11:30 a.m., | stuP of Ben butcher.
with Mrs. Sylvia Reinhard and __ .
Mrs. Selma Kaplan as chairmen Mother S Day Luncheon
of the day. Theme of the event
will be "Birds of a Feather Flock
, Together." Installing officer is | gogue social hall will be in honor
his 25th year in the rabbinate, en- Rabbi Sol Landau. of Mother's Day.
Mentz. recorillnK secretary; Mrs Les-
ter Mlshcon, corresponding secretary;
Mrs. Meyer IiCvlnsnn, membership
financial secretary; Mrs. Abe I.. King,
life membership financial secretary;
Mrs. Charles Courshon. social secre-
tary; Mrs. I.i-i'n.-iril Frledland, his-
torian, and Mrs. Al Podvin. chaplain.
Honorary board members elected
are the Mesdames Zvi Adler, Max
Flauer, Max Boderman. Jules P.
('hanning. George Feuer. Samuel
Frledland, Nat H. Hanknff. Samuel
Katz, Trixie I.evln, Joseph If. Up-
ton, Samuel l.ipton. Herman II. Mech-
lowitz. A. J. Molasky, Emll Morton.
Jack S. Poplck. Harry Protzel. Simon
E. Rubin. Milton Slrkin and Alfred
Stone.
The board of directors includes the'
Mesdames Josenh Abelow. Ronald
After, Ellis M. Barrlst. Bob Rezark.
Harry Brick. Meyer Camhl. Alvin S.
Cawn, Danny D. Cohen, Herbert Co-
lv lecture Tuesday at 8 Dm in !lfn> M>ron Cohen, Robert Cohen.
Charles Courshon. Ben Cypen. Max
Dinisman. Daniel Dubbin. Sidney
Feuer, Morris Fisher. Theodore Flax.
Robert P. Formnn. Jack Fox, Robert
R. Frank, Armando Gerstel. Norman
Ciller, Allen Goldberg, Barton S. Gold-
berg, Jerome Goodman. Murray Good-
man, Irving Green, Benjamin N.
Greene. Howard Grumer. Robert Hart.
Elliott Harris. Cecllc Hatfield. I,oul.
Hauser, Ted Hollo, Abel Holtz, Morton
Kaplan, Jacob Katzman, Murray A.
Kern, Zev W. Kogan. Murry Korot-
sky, Sylvia Kurland. I-ouls Lasky.
Albert S. I-aufer, Harold A. T*evey.
Herbert Levin, Evalyn Upskv, Fred-
rlc Miller, Gerald Miller, Mert Mill-
man, Joseph Nadler, William Pite.
Allen Rakow, Murray M. Resnick.
I.eonard Rlchelson, Donald S. Rose.
Nathan Rose. Yctta Rosenkrantz.
Seymour W. Rubin, Mitchell J. Ru-
binow. Mortimer Schaffer, Jack
Seharf. Frank Schneider, Alice Sheff-
man, Sol Silverman, Kenneth Sokol-
afcy, Michael Sossin, Mario M. Stone.
Theodore R. Struhl, Michael Tallies,
Israel Teitch. Philip F. Thau and
Eugene J. Weiss.
Leonard Zilbert will be Installed
as the new president of the Men's
Club, succeeding Allen Goldberg.
Serving with him are vice presidents
Ted Cohen, Sidney Goldman, Donald
Koren. Myron Cohen. Elliott Harris,
Etaanuel Menu, Nat Wolf, Al David-
son, Howard Hirschfield and GershoYI
congregation, has announced. Dr. Miller; Bob Bezark, treasurer; Jack
T T .____ .,, __.. un Birnbauni, corresponding secretary:
Irving Lehrman will greet the ,. Sl,.,. r,.<.,,rl(ii,,K secretary, and
new officers and induct them into Andre Blalolenkl, chaplain.
ff- Elected to the board of directors of
omce. .-.__.. The Sisterhood officers, led by Mrs Kmanuel Alkin, Dr. Seymour L Aller-
Benjamln Beloff, who succeeds Mrs ,.,,, ,.;Mis x, Bi.rrlsl. h. 1. Minder,
Al Podvin as president, are Mrs. Irv- | cnl. Milton It. Ilium. Joel B. Chann-
ing Lehrman, honorary vice presl- | |,1(. ji,,,, j;lv n,.rmor. Max Dinls-
dent: Mrs. Gene Brodie, Mrs. Philip ian. l*on Epstein. Ben Essen, Dr.
Brooks. Mrs. Albert Davidson. Mrs. jacK j, Kalk. Judge Milton Feller,
Carol Greenberg, Mrs. Richard Ronald U Fine. Irving Firtel. Noah
Schwara and Mrs. Theodore A. Zal- Fleisher. Norman M. Oilier. I.eonard
les. vice presidents; Mrs. Sam \\ lesen, I isiickman, Judge Murray Goodman,
treasurer; Mrs. Charles Roxengarten. I Benjamin N. Greene, Hon. Jerome
assistant treasurer; Mrs. Emanuel Greene, Sheldon Greene, Theodore
tization of the life of Ben-Gurion
dealing with the State of Israel
and will be portrayed by Henry
Howard, a prominent actor who
The Jacob C. Cohen Sisterhood
luncheon Tuesday in the syna-
Hollo, Bernard D. Kaplan. Walter
Kaplan, Benjamin Kline, Judg> Zev
Kogan. Abraham Krutman, Edward
I.assman. Alfred Levl, Richard Levy.
Dr. Aaron Medow, Dr. Donald M.
Mlchnoff. Edward T. Newman. Al
Podvin, Nat Potamkin. Sidney Ray-
mond, Donald Rose. Charles Rosen-
blatt. Judge Harold Rosen, Dr. Morti-
mer Schaffer. Jack Seharf, Dr. Rich-
ard S.bwarz. Martin Smith. Alfred
Stone. Louis Spector. Judge Nelan
Sweet. George J. Tallanoff. Leonard
Welnsteln, Al Zablo and Al Zalka.
Mrs. Carol Greenberg. the newly
elected president of the PTA succeeds
Mrs. Richard Schwarz. Officers elect-
ed to serve with her are Mrs. Irving
1-ehrman, honorary vice president;
Mrs Morris Blcky. Mrs. Charles Held.
Mrs. Irving Karp. Mrs. Herbert Lelf-
man. Mrs. Aaron Medow and Mrs.
I.ester Mlshcon, vice presidents; Mrs.
Scott Lipner, treasurer; Mrs. Morris
Cohen, recording secretary; Mrs. Mur-
ray Rubin, social secretary; Mrs. Rob-
ert P. Forman. historian, and Mrs.
Richard Schwarz. chanlain
Elected to the board were the Mes-
dames Zvl Adler. Benjamin Beloff.
Ida Berger, Leo Brandeis, Gene Bro-
die, Herbert Buchwald, Ralph Carml.
Alan Cohen, Irving Cowan. Benjamin
Fellner, Ronald L-Flne. Daniel Flnk-
elstein. Armando Gerstel, Barton S.
Goldberg, Howard Grumer, Ceclle Hat-
field. Abel Holtz. laurel Klmhall.
Jack Kratish. Michael M. Krop, Her-
bert J. Levin. Trixie Ix-vin. Albert
Levy, Louis Melnnd. Milton Mambcr
1 awrence Natal. Russell Paul, Saul
Plast. Al Podvin. Allen Rakow, Na-
than Rose, Nathan Rosen. Charles
Rosenblatt, Neil Rott. Sidney Savelle.
Jack Seharf. Elliott Segall. Leon Sil-
verman, Murry H Silversheln. Irv.
ine Spear, Robert Taran, Gerald Telt-
elbaum. Jerome I'ffner. Eugene .1
Weiss. Oscar White and Joseph Ya-
blonsky.


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Friday. Mc-.
I -- 1972
Barrv Sisters To Present
Saturday Evening Concert
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Sootr. i.nr London rdgfat-
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ScJJhao a tour erf West Geraanqr
wu in fan
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are stiiJ available
frorr. -. office.
Richard Fl.*chrnan
To Wed Mi Steiner
Mr and Mrs Seymour Seiner
ef Silver Spring. Mr have an-
nounced tne encasement of their
daacbter Joanne, to Richard
Henchman of Miami.
Trie future bno*irjoom. ion of
Mrs. Jean Frenchman. 463 HE
35 Fieiachfnan. u a graduate of the
LuUmily of Miami. His f:
a graduate of th*- University of
South Florida, where she was a
m mill i of Ahvht E.jsiJon Phi v>-
rority. is presently teaching a'
Riviera Junior High Sch!.
Mats Steiner and Mr. Fl"tsch-
.an ptan to be Milled
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North Beach P.T.A. Installation Brunch
An <>n brunch tar the
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Fiiday. May 12. 1972
+Jenisfi nciidHcir
Page 3-C
The arrangements committee of the Dade Osteopathic Medi-
cal Auxiliary which is sponsoring a luncheon and fashion
show Tuesday for the benefit of the Dade County Associa-
tion o\ Retarded Children included (from left to right; Robvn
Holfberc-er, Linda Minkes, Roberta Bergmann, president,
Irene Fc::i Swartz and Dannean Caklander.
Dolphins" Wives Star In Fashion Show
Wives Miami Dolphin foot-, t.trded Children. Both the show
(all pla; era will be featured as I and luncheon are open to the gen-
inodels in a charity <"ashion show era! public.
iinil lunchet n Tuesday al the Eden \ Fashion show commentary will
,, Hotel, it has been announced, i*. by Vonda Van Dyke, a former
I ei l from the event, spon-i Miss America, and by Bob Hal-
s,,,,,l I.;. Uk Dade Osteopathic
Medical Auxiliary, will benefit the
i County Association of Re-
TORAH REPAIRS!
Attention C< ngreat'" f Greater
Miami. E*rert examination & re-
pair (Harjrlo Vetikun) of Sifrei
Torah 'Hcly Scrolls). Contact
Rabbi >> Hillel. 420 15th St..
Miami Beach 33139. Apt. 6.
TEL. 531-3751
loran, sports director of Ch. 4.
Modeling fashion ensembles pro-
vided by Bal Harbour Shops and
Mothers Beautiful to the music of
bob NovacK will be the Mesdames
Bob Griese, Mercury Morris. Jim
Kiick, Larry Csonka. Tim Foley,
Norm Kvans. Dick Anderson. Jack
Clancy. Karl Noonan. Bob Pe-
trella, Larry Trudy, Hubert Ginn.
Bill Griffin, Bob Kuechenberg,
Mike Kolen and Nick Buoniconti.
Temple Beth Am
Marks 17th Year
The 17th anniversary of Temple
Beth Am will be marked at a spe-
cial service on Friday evening. In!
the past 17 years, the congrega-
tion has crown from 100 to 1.000
families. During the observance I
newly elected officers and found-'
ing members of the temple will
be honored.
Officers to be installed at a
dinner prior to the service are Dr.
Maxwell Dauer, president; William
Sanes, executive vice president:
Dr. Samuel Berkowitz, Bernard
Goodman. Eleazer Greenstein. Dr.
William Silver, and Samuel Sleen.
vice presidents; Harry Gun'her.
financial secretary; Max Feld.
treasurer: Shirley Schultz, secre-
tary; Jackie Rose, corresponding
secretary: Dr. Jerome Jacobs,
Brotherhood president, and Bar-
bara Weiner. Sisterhood president.
Members of the board include
Joseph Altschuller, William Baros,
Byron Cherkas, Arthur Conn. Abe
Elsenman, Irvine Epstein. Herman
Feldman, Leo Gelber, Sol Geiet,
Ravmond Grossman, Dr. Evan
Katz. Alan B. Messier. Esther Kes-
sler. Norman Lii>off, Mickey Lip-
ton. Leonard Luria, George Malin.
Harold Malin, Marvin Markowitz.
Elmer Marmorstein. Robert H
Newman. Selma Rappaport. Al
Rose. Marshal Rosenberg. Edward
Roth. Ira Segal. Dr. Reuben Sor-
kin. Cliff Suchman. Dr. Ronald
Tikofsky. Barton S. Udell. David
Welt, and Mike Wexler.
CLIFF LORING DESIGNS
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accommodations; baggage handling, etc.
For Information & Reservations, Call
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Phone 531-3318
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MAY WE SEDUCE YOU 1
FOR LUNCH? |
First we warm you with a spiritual Blood/
Mary or a cold glass of Grapefruit Juice
spiked with Smirnoff Vodka. Then the en-
trees. Delicate Eggs Benedict, the Reuben
that makes you fly higher than the spiritual
Bloody Mary, other unusual proofs of the
Shalimar's Specialties and Coffee.
We want to seduce you for lunch so we
can establish a more permanent relation*
ship for Dinner.
SMALL LUNCHEON PARTIES A SPECIALTY
THE SHALIMAR'S PERSIAN ROOM 1
6200 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD
RESERVATIONS 758-6906
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We request the honor
of your Bridal Gown
for our
"Treasure
Chest
Service"
FOR RENT
Furnished Apt.
Air-Conditioned, Ideal for couple
$175 Per Mo., Utilities included.
Private parking, nice surroundings.
Call 443-0942.
WAINTED-LADY
to permanently share spacious apt.
located near Forte Towers, 1235
IIth Street, Phone 532-3732, morn-
ings 4 evenings. Cooking privileges,
private bedroom. Intelligent elderly
lady.
we will delirately dry elean your Bridal Cawr and
Veil by a method processed especially for Bridal
Gown finery. We will arrange and seal them in an
exquisitely designed Gold Foil "TREASURE
CHEST" complete with insert on inside cover for
your wedding picture. A lovely white case comple-
ments our service.
This "TREASURE CHEST" process is imperious
to bacteria, insects, moths, and other deteriorating
agents. Your Bridal Gown becomes a Treasured
Keepsake, a family heirloom forever.
tez
14448 N.W. 7th Ave.
Chez Valet
685-2181
Is This any way to buy a Used Car?
Pershing Thinks So!
'Recently, a young couple, freshly ir.fr. during which his father had
roturrcd from a honeymoon in trio purchased a like-new 2-year old
islands, stopped in to see Joseph leased vehicle from Pershing:
A wry unique side light of the
Auto Rental and Leasing for sale
business at Pershing Auto leasing
has been the availability of well-
maintained, properly serviced ears,
of every type and description, at
the termination of the lease.
Traditionally, rental and leased
cars are sold to the used car
dealers or taken to used-ear
auctions where they were sold to
the highest bidder. Frequently,
however, a very low-milage car,
driven by one individual or family.
with a perfect mechanical record.
is returned to Pershing. Such a
car, in the early days of Pershing's
existence during the 1950s, would
be set aside for sale to a business
associate, friend, or member of the
family. And naturally, the sale
Would be made at a price very
lose to the wholesale value of the
car.
From the very beginning. Pe srtv
Ins prided itself upon the mecharv
leal condition and physical appear-
ance of each ear il thus sold, Audi
it also prided itself on the fact that
every person who bought a used)
car became a "walking salesman"
for Pershing.
Today, every used car sold by
Pershing is thoroughly inspected
and serviced: simoni/.ed; tunod-npj
front wheels aligned and all tire*
balanced: and interior shampooed,
Pershing's unconditional 30-dajr
guarantee accompanies every cac
sold, in addition to the remaining
year's of factory warranty.
As a result, literally hundreds of
MiamianJ each year are now buy*
ing used cars from Pershing wit It
complete confidence in the me*
chanical condition and at a cost
usually reserved for wholesale used]
car buyers.
Is it any wonder that Frankef
and Novel are now serving a sec*
ond generation of Miamians? .
Pd. Adv>
SOI ntANKU
Novel and Sol Frankcl, operators
oi Pershing Auto Leasing, Inc.
They drove out in a newly-pur-
chased like-new used car, care-
fully selected from a group of one-
and two-year old vehicles recently
returned tro'n long term leases.
This incident, repeated many
times each week, would not nor-
mally bear comment. Except that
the young bridegroom recalled to
Frank'': and Novel that 16 years
earlier, as a stripling of 6 years of
age, ho had accompanied his dad
ori u visit to Pershing Auto Leas-
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Pcge C
*3eistncrkfor
Friday. May 12, 1972
Roftalyn Schniadoslri turns over check for $250 from stu-
dents of the Greater Miami Hebrew Academy to Harry A.
Levy, general chairman of the CJA-IEF campaign as Rabbi
Alexander S. Gross, left, principal of the Miami Beach school,
looks on. Miss Schniadoski is president of the student body
which collected funds for the CJA-IEF drive.
Or. Witlner Gvest Speaker In Wometco Theatres
Dr. Robert E. Willner will speak
on "Sex As A Doctor Sees It" at
the general meeting of single par-
ents of Miami Beach Wednesday
in the Washington Federal. 1133
Normandy Dr. Single, widowed or
divorced men and women 25-48
are invited to attend Mother's
Day gifts have been provided for
all ladies.
C
Phyllis Miller Te Run
tin Phyllis Miller has announc-
ed her candidacy for the Demo-
cratic nomination for Dade County
School Board, representing Dis-
trict 5. The Miami Beach commun-
ity leader was aorointed to the
board last December hy Gov. Reu-
bin Askew after Mrs. Anna Bren-
ner Meyers resigned.
Friday openings in Wometco
theatres include "Ttte Nightcom-
ers." at the Miracle. 163rd Street.
Carlyle. Mayfair. Plaza-Hollywood
and Davie Blvd.. Ft. Lauderdale
and "Blindman," at the Miami.
Palm Springs, Coral Way. 27th
Avenue and North Dade Drive-
ins; 'Cabaret" is being held over
at the Carib and Hallandale. The
Garden of the Finzi-Continis" at
the Patio. Twin I-Dadeland and
Byron, and "Nicholas and Alex-
andra" at the Twin II-Dadeland.
Woman's Corps
Installs Officers
Victory Unit of the Woman's
Corps of the Papanicolaou Cancer
Research Institute installed new
officers at a meeting in the Sky
Lake Country' Club last month.
Circuit Judge Francis X. Knuck
served as installing officer and
guest speaker.
Headed by Deborah Gorenberg.
[-resident, ti* new slate included
Elaine Siegal. Evie Falke. Anna
C Rose Whiteman. Lillie Blumsack
and Norma Shusterman. vice pres-
'ients: Miriam Alman. Harriet
Claire and Yvonne Weeks, secre-
taries, and Mary Schwartz, treas-
urer.
Hunter Alumni
To Hold Picnic
South Florida Chapter of the
1 Hunter College Alumni Association
' will have a nicnic at Haul over
Beach Park on Saturday at 12:30
p.m. according to Marilyn Berliner
who is president of the chapter
Members of the picnic commit-
I tee are Byrdie King. Ruth Seh>-
J man, Ethel Berman. Shirley Karp.
Edna Hirsch. Josephine Damler,
Emma Layman. Harriet Adler,
and Dorith Leipziger.
the summer of'72
colder puts it altogether
now!
Admission: SI Grandstand. $2 Clubhouse.
For reservations:
Brow ard phone 523-4324; Dade phone 625-1311.
210th Street and 27th Avenue N.W.
Miami. Florida 33054
* Sorry.no minors.
I Installation Luncheon
Women's League for Israel,
i Roney Plaza Chapter, has slated,
! an installation luncheon and card
| party Tuesday. May 23. starting
I at 11:30 a.m. at the Holiday Inn.
I 22O0 Collins Ave. Miami Beach
I Mayor Chuck Hall will officiate at
the induction ceremony.
Id
coioer
race course
post time 1:45
EUROPE-ISRAEL
with
LANGUAGE PROFESSOR
July 2-23
PARIS-VIENNA-ISRAEL
ATHENS-SPAIN
From Miami, 3 Meals, all
Inclusive $1,585
Call 667-1863 after 4 PM
RABBI WANTED
SMALL CONSERVATIVE
CONGREGATION
I seeks a permanent Roaki-Teacaer
It* serve in Miami area. Send com
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14*3, Tomiami Station, Miami, Fla
133144 er Call 641-7975.
WANTCD
ENTERPRISING INDIVIDUAL
TO REPRESENT COMPANY
SEUJN6 ISRAELI LANS
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' a bright new American corpora-
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We are seeking one or tvo ag-
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officers of our company and to sell
our Israeli land on a personal basis.
The land will prove to be an
exceptionally fine investment since
it is located within a few miles of
the Mediterranean and a short dis-
tance from Tel Aviv and Haifa.
Presently we are selling one-half
dunam parcels (5.000 square feet)
for $25.00 down and S2S.00 per
month with no interest.
We are prepared to discuss com-
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or write:
Israel International Corporation
Suite 422
Benjamin Fex Pavilion
Jenkintown, Pa. 19046
(215) 885-3381
Wometco Theatres
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| ALL SEATS RESERVED
Tickets On Sale At Auditorium Box Office
TICKETS,
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An exceptionally well-rounded
'Performing Arts Festival" is
scheduled for four 8 p.m. per-
formances at the Surfside Com-
munity Center May 30 June 2
in honor of Decoration Day. The
public is invited by Mayor Eli
M. Lurie to enjoy the talents of
the hundreds of participating
nii'inliers of the casts.
ft ft ft
The Board of Directors of Jef-
ferson National Bank of Miami
Beach has announced the ap-
pointment of Michael H. Sha-
pir as senior trust officer.
ft ft ft
Harry Bernard, a member of
the Weisberg Agency of In-
dianapolis Life Insurance Com-
pany, has been designated as
t!ie agency's "Man of the Year
for 1971," according to general
agent Mac Weisberg, (CLU).
ft ft ft
Phyllis Miiu>r a member of
the Dade County School Board
- has been named to serve as a
member of the Miami Regional
Advisory Council of the Ameri-
can Arbitration Association.
The objective of the national
panel which selects outstand-
ing business and professional
people is to privately arbit-
rate commercial and labor man-
agement disputes and accident
claims.

The works of George Milton,
curator of the Florida State
University Museum who teaches
various courses in the symbol-
ism <5f ancient cultures there,
will be displayed at the Wash-
ington Federal Savings and
Loan Association, 1701 Meridian
Ave., through Thursday, May
25. A native of Florida, Mr. Mil-
ton studied at the Corcoran
School of Arts and at FSU,
where he received his Master's
degree in Fine Arts.
ft ft ft
Graduates of the class of 1952
at Miami High School are in-
vited to attend its 7 p.m., Sat-
day, June 3, reunion at the
Royal Biscayne Hotel, Key Bis-
cayne. Reservations should be
made through Ron Kirk, 9065
SW 56th Terr.
ft ft ft
The architectural firm of
Smith, Korach, Hayet, Lippach,
H'aynie and Associates has be-
come the Smith, Korach, Hayet
and Haynie partnership with six
new partners: Ephraim Hubert
A.I.A., H. Maxwell Parish A.I.A..
Eric Maspans A.I.A.. Franklin
Z. Glickman P.E., Jorge P. Darr-
becker P.E. and Thomas H. Max-
well Jr. P.E.
Sunshine Chapter BBW
Chooses New Leaders
Sunshine Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Women, will hold its installation
luncheon Tuesday, noon at the
B'',iu Rivage Hotel.
Heading the slate as president is
M Morris Bernstein. Serving
with her during the coming club
yeai will be Mrs. Charlotte Fine,
Mrs. Fannie Cohen, Mrs. Mark
Sterna and Mrs. Joseph Morgan,
Vice presidents; Mrs. Samuel Polk,
treasurer Mrs. Jack Dresner, Mrs.
Bernard Friedman, Miss Rose Ro-
senblatt and Mrs. Samuel Bredt,
secretaries; Mrs. Estelle Adelman,
historian; Mrs. Arnold Rothen-
berg, immediate past president,
counselor.
Board members include Mrs. Ma-
b'l Hoffman, Mrs. Robert Baum-
ohl. Miss Ethel Cohen, Mrs. Betty
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Mrs. Joseph Samuels, Mrs. Irwin
Schonfield, and Mrs. Victor Siegel.
Mrs. Bculah Godwin, Mrs. Martha
Schulman and Mrs. Robert Lapin
have been appointed chairmen.
Among trustees are Mrs. lima
Jane Gordon, Mac Sherman, Jack
Goldberg, Dorothy Burg, Sara A.
Gordon, Joseph Morgan, Thomas
Friedman, Samuel Rabson, Flor-
ence Bernstein and Mrs. Morris
Wilson, honorary member.
Chairman of the day will be Mrs.
Sara Gordon with Mrs. Jack Gold-
berg serving as cochairman.
Comedian Hy Sands will enter-
tain.
Beach Hadassah
Donor Luncheon
Attracts 2,000
Some 2,000 donors will be guests
(f the Miami^ Beach Chapter of
Hadassah MondaylfnTl'Ttlpsfla'y'at
the Carillon Hotel, according to
Mrs. Sherman Fast, chapter pres-
ident. Serving as donor luncheon
chairman for the two days is Mrs.
Sylvia Kurland, with Mrs. Barnctt
Beckerman in charge of the pro-
gram.
Guest speaker wiE be Irving
Schindler, radio commentator on
WKAT's "The Talk of Miami." Mr.
Schindler, who brings a back-
ground in finance, politics, inter-
national affairs and world travel
to the issues of the day in his pro-
tram, lived in Bat Yam, Israel,
and in Rome, Italy, from 1949
through 1952 while flying as cap-
tain for El Al Israel Airlines.
Mr. Schindler, whose activities
in support of the State of Israel
have been recorded in several
books, received the Israel Free-
dom Fighters award and medal in
1971.
Gue=t artist will be Salwa Mer-
rige, mezzo-soprano. Miss Merrige,
has sung with the Miami Opera
Guild, appeared most recently as
Suzuki in "Madame Butterfly."
She also sang the role of Carmen
in a November production of the
Miami Beach Symphony Orchestra
and has appeared with the Miami
Philharmonic. A noted interpreter
of liturgical music, she can fre-
quently be heard at Temple Beth
Sholom, Miami Beach.
Arrangements chairmen for the
luncheons (held on two succeeding
days in order to accommodate all
those who were eligible) are Mrs.
Rose Kopel and Mrs. Frances Ros-
enberg, with Mrs. Solomon Dane
as chairman of hostesses, Mrs.
Louis Kane, donor credits chair-
man, and Mrs. Bertha Kohansov,
journal chairman.
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Miami Chapter Of Hadassah
'Outstanding' In Region
Miami Chapter of Hassadah,
which includes 24 groups and a
mtsmbership 4,650, won. the award
for "the outstanding chapter in
the region" at the Hadassah an-
nual conference held earlier this
week at the Carillon Hotel. Mrs.
Morris M. Herman is chapter presi-
dent.
Presidents-elect who will be in-
installed at the chapter's donor
luncheon on Sunday, May 21, at
the Deauville Hotel include: Mrs.
Lloyd Orlow, Aliyah; Mrs. Jules
Minkes, Aviva; Mrs. Marvin Bor-
enstein, Chai; Mrs. Gertrude Bash-
man, Ein Kerem; Mrs. Irving Dal-
in Mrs. Harry Goldkin, and Mrs.
Charles Roth, Albert Einstein pre-
sidium; Mrs. Sarah Lewy, Ima;
Mrs. Jack Burte, Judea; Mrs. Her-
man Fiske, Kadimah; Mrs. Doris
Roffe, Masada; Mrs. William Paul,
Mayim; Mrs. Jean Gilbert, Mjizel;
Mrs. Lillian Mizel, Migdol; Mrs.
Robert Schweitzer, Menorah; Mrs.
David Ellison, Mt. Scopus; Mrs.
Stephen Morris, Naomi; Mrs. Na-
than Greif, Rarrtah; Mrs. Sol Zim-
merman, Rolling Green; Mrs. Ed-
ward Lazarus, Eleanor Roosevelt;
Mrs. Robert Feingold, Shalom;
Mrs. Michael Pousman, Shoshana;
Mrs. Sarah T.illienthal, Bonnie
Soltz; Mrs. Fred Garr, Tikvah;
Mrs. Michael Fiedler, Torah, and
Miss Sadie Weinberger, Chaim
Weizman.
Mrs. Herman will preside at
the first executive board meeting
Monday, June 5, at the Hadassah
offices at 4200 Biscayne. Blvd. ..
Century 21, BBW,
To Meet May 25
During a regular meeting of
B'nai B'rith Women, Century 21,
scheduled for Thursday, May 25,
at 12:30 p.m. in the Tower audi-
torium, Alfred Golden of the Riv.
erside Memorial Chapel will pre-
sent a Menorah to the chapter.
Mr. and Mrs. Hy Friedland will
serve as hosts for the day.
At a special awards day meeting
last month, Frances Lasser pre-
sented pins or scrolls for "out-
standing efforts in making stuffed
dolls for the Children's Variety
Hospital project" to Ida Baker, Eve
Berkman, Alma Chiefetz. Sylvia
Fenster, Pearl Hornstein, Eva
Landesman, Henrietta Marcus;
Kitty Markowitz, Eva Miller, Sally
Millman, Rose Nadel, Bertha
Ptashek, Etta Rosenblum. Mari-
lyn Schneider, Cecile Sofferman
and Minnie Stark.
Mrs. Nat Lipschitz served as
hostess. The afternoon program
featured a film, "Walk Without
Fear," shown by Captain John
Rathvon of Acme Security.
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c Conflict Seen Between Judaism, Sexual Revolution
1
LEGAL NOTICE
WS ANGELES (JTA) There
nolhins new for Jews in thr
lexual revolution" now sweeping
u-tern cultures, a Beverly Hills
rvdiiatrist told a Brandeis C.imp
titute seminar in Santa
(usanna.
-The faet is. according to Dr.
nianuel Honig, Christian civiliza-
i'o "long influenced hy built-in
,.' asceticism and Puritanism,
u developed new insights that
U1S.S ii closer to the ancient Jew-
:h attitudes of liberalism toward
quality"
Dr. Honig, a former rabbi, tol
the young and middle-aged cou
l>les attending the first alumn.
weekend, that "Judaism, a liberal
religious philosophy, based upon
a patriarchal system, always es-
poused a progressive life-style, in-
cluding its pleasurable acceptance
of sexuality, whereas Christianity,
with its matriarchal structure.
tended to suppress normal sexual*
ily and to produce inhibitions, celi-
bacy and Puritanism."
He added that it was "not sur-
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Happy Mother's Day. Love
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The Officers, Board of Directors
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mourns the loss of
SHIRLEY GORFINKEL
the wife of our esteemed spiritual leader
Dr. Joseph A. Gorfinkel
May 1st, 1972.
CHARIES WEISSMAN
President
HERBERT S. LEICHUK
Chairman of Board of Directors
MRS. DAVID STARK
President of Sisterhood
MR. HOWARD RICHMAN
President of Men's Club
DR. BEN ZI0N KIRSCHENBAUM
Cantor
I BENJAMIN UDOFF
Educational Director
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
NO. 72-9532
NOTICE OF SUIT
LOU BERNSTEIN,
Plain tiff,
vs.
CHARLES SIMANKK. a k I
CHARLES U. SI.MANKK.
u'k/aCHAltl.ES SI.MANKK.
JR., a Brngle man; TUB
STATIC OF FLORIDA, a
sovereign state; and the
UNITED STATES OP AMERICA,
a sovereign government.
Defendants.
TO: CHARLES SIMANKK a k/a
CHARLE8 CHARLES SIMANKK. JR., a single
man, and if married ..................
SIMANKK. his wife, if alive, and il
they be dead, then (he known or un-
known heirs, devisees, legatees or
grantees, and all other parties einim-
inir Interest, by through, under, or
against CHARLES SIMANKK a/k'a
CHARLES O. SI.MANKK n/k.'ii
CHARLES SIMANKK. Jit., a single
man. and if married ......................
simankk; and all parties or claim-
ing i" have any right, titl- <>r In-
terest in the following described prop-
erty:
The Basl M feel "f the West 162
feet of an unnumbered Iracl In
lilock 138-A, less the South in
feel thereof, ..f COMMUNITY
HARDENS, according to the plat
thereof, recorded in I'lat Book
31 at page S of the Public Rec-
ords of Dade County, Plorida
Yoy, ;* t each f you, are hereby
notified thai an action t" foreclose a
Mortgage "ti the above-styled prop-
erty has ben filed against you, and
you are notified that you art' re-
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
swer in the Complaint on the Plain-
tiffs attorney, BETTE BARON, I161S
N.E Slat Drive. Ninth .Miami. Plor-
ida 13161, and file the original in the
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida, on or lu-
fim- June 23, 1072
DATED: MAY I". 1971
K. It. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Courl of Dade County, Plorida
By: It. M. KlSSEE
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
5/12-19-26 6 :
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of STARDUST APARTMENTS at
number 910 Collins Avenue, in the
City of Miami Beaeh. Florida, intend
to register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Count), Plorida
Dated at Miami, Florida, this ft
day of May, 1972
Jack Harris
Lucy Harris
Ben Elsenberg
Pauline BHsenberg, hi- wife
Stewart Itloom
Renata Bloom, his u if-'
David Itloom
Katharine itloom. his wife
ARONOVTTZ, SILVER & IMmith
Attorneys for Appliea'ats
ft"S Alnsley Huildlnu
.Miami. Plorida 33132
:. 12-19-26 ( I '
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
(NO PROPERTY)
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-9471
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RK: The Marriage of
ULENN A. STROM, Husband,
and
CHERYL A. STROM, Wife.
TO: CHERYL A. STIUUI,
PITB6 Joan Drive, ........
Pittsburgh, 35
Pennsylvania.
i'OU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to it
on (moss A BERGER, attorneys for
Petitioner, whose address is 430 Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and
Mle the original with the clerk of the
above Btyled eourt on or before Jum
14. 1972; Otherwise a default will In-
entered against you for the relief de-
manded in the complaint or petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said eourt at Miami. Plorida on
this :> day of May. 1972.
K B. LEATHERMAN,
As clerk, Circuit Courl
Dade i 'ounty, Florida
By I.. SNEEDEN
As Deputy ci.rk
(Circuit ourt Seal)
f. 12-19-26 i. 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. 72-9500
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
ANIBAL PACHECO,
Husband,
and
KAFAKl.A PACHECO.
Wife,
T<>: RAFAELA PACHEC I
Residence unknown
YOU ARE HEREBV NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution ..i Mnr-
rlnge has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to it on
Sidney Hfronsnn, nttornej for Peti-
tioner, whose address is 613 Alnsley
Building, Miami, frlorlda 33132. anil
file thi orlglm i with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before June
16, 1!'"L'; otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief de-
manded in the complain! or petition
This notice shall he published once
euch week fur four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN,
WITNESS my hand and the se
said eourt at Miami. Florida on
ft da} of May, 1972.
K. II. LEATHERMAN,
As Clark, Circuit (!oui I
Dade County. Florida
By C. P. COPELAND
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Sidney Bfronaon
'ii' Alnsley Iiuilriimr
-Miami. Florida 33132 77-:n;eJ
Attorney fur Petitioner
9712-19-26 G .'
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-9514
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in RE:
ALBA MANUBLA RIVERA, wife
and
ll'I.H) ItlVEKA. 'Husband *
TO: JULIO RIVERA
(residence unknown i
Vi ic ARE HEREBY NOTTPTEft
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you mni
you are required to serve a ropy of
your written defenses, if any. to it on
ALBERT WILENBKY, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 1104 Con-
cord Building, Miami. Florida, and
file the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before June.
19, 1972: otherwise a default will bi
entered against you for the relief de-
manded in the complaint or petition.
Tins notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the '.....I
said courl at Miami. Florida nil tin*
: day of May. 1972.
E. II. LEATHERMAN,
As c|,-rk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida I
By R. M. KISSRB '
As Deputy i I. i k
(Circull i 'our! Seal l
ALBERT WrLENSKY
1104 Concord Building
Miami. Plorida
ailoin, y for Petitioner
5 12-19-26 8 .
I of
this
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2314
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
HARRY SMILEY
I i.i-i ased.
To All Creditors anil All Personn Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
F.state:
You are hereby 'notified and re-
(tuired to present any claims and de-
mands Which you may have against
the estate of HARRY smii.f.y de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida.
to thi' 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 Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County. Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time oi the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida this 0 day
of May, ad. 1972.
LEAH SMILEY
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 12 day of May. I"-.
JOSEPH 8CHMIBR
Attorney for Estate
60S Lincoln Rond
Miami Beach, Plorida
Tel. 331-11826
:. 12-19-26 R 2
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
OF BULK TRANSFER
Pursuant to Florida Statute 676.6-
107 a bulk transfer under Article "
of the I'nlfnrm Commercial code will
be made at 2381 W, Plagler Btreet,
Suite 200-210. Miami, Plorida 131 15
mi or after May -;. 1972, a! p.m.. I>-
Iween EVA SCH.MIKD and VIRGINIA
WALLAi I-: d ha EVA ft VIRGINIA
COIFFEURS, Transferor, whose Im.-i-
iiess address is 6771 Red Road, Coral
Gables, Florida and MERCEDES RO-
MERO and ALEIDA CACERKS.
Transferee, whose business address
(will hei i;T71 Red Road, Coral Gables.
Florida.
Check i Un-
ix) la. During the three years last
pasi the Transferor, so far .is is
known to the Transfi ree, has used
no other business name or address
other than that listed above,
Check I Un-
ix) _'. Del,is of the Transferor, rele
va'ni to said business, will be paid In
full as they fall due as the result of
I this transfer. Creditors of the Trans-
i fcror should file their claims with
P.T.S. CORPORATION at 2381 W,
Plagler si. suite 300-210, on or n
for.- May 25th, li'T-
t if tin- above la used, i
then disregard 8a through 8d.)
IX I 2b. The estimated total of Trans.
feror's debts, relevant to said business,
is none.
A schedule of the properly
transferred and list of creditors fur-
nished by tin- Transferor may be in-
spected at 2881 W. Plagler St., Miami,
Florida 88136.
Cheek Due
ix i 2c, This transfer is to pay trig
existing debts of the Transferor as
follows: none
check One
IX) 2d, The Transferor Will receive
from the Transferee n.e following as
new consideration for the transfer:
FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS (1.1,-
000.00).
This will be given to the
Transferor on .........
19
at i':ixi W. Plagler St Suite
200-210, .Miami. Florida.
Creditors of the Transferor
should file their claims with
P.T.S. CORPORATION at
2381 W. Plagler St. suitu
300-210, Miami, Fla. mi or
before May 86th, l!'":;.
Haled al Miami. Florida, this 1st dag
of May. 1972.
MERCEDES ROMERO
ALEIDA CACERES
Transferee
Publication of this notice on the 13
day of May. IHTl'.
TED E. T80UPRAKB
L'L'i) Miracle Mile, Suite 222 I
Coral Gables, Florida 33134
Attorney for Transferee
:. 12 72
NOTICE OF AC I lON
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-9472
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
HIM BAH .MIAMI WANDZILAK,
Wife,
and
MICHAEL HARRY WANDZILAK,
Husband.
TO: MICHAEL HAKKY
WANDZILAK
1044 N. Garnet! St reel
Henderson, North Carolina
YOU ARK HBRKHY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has I.....n filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to It
on Paul Kwitney. attorney for peti-
tioner. Whose address is Kwitney &
Kroop, 4Jii Lincoln Road. Miami Beach,
Florida, and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled court
on or befbre H June, 1972: otherwise
a default will he entered against yon
for the relief demanded in the com-
plaint or petition.
This notice shall in- published once
each week for four CO*t1sccUtlve weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami, Florida on
this a iliiv of Miiv. 1!>72.
E. It I BATHKR.MAN,
\- i lerk, Circuit Courl
Dade Coiiiiiv. Florida
Ily I SNHRDKN
As Denuty Clerk
icir.-iiii court Seal)
Caul Kwitin-v
Kwitney Kroon
ISO Lincoln Rd Miami Beach, Fla.
Attorne) for Petitioner
:. 12-19-26 4 I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTII K IS HEREBY GD/EN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under tlm fictitious name of
A. STUART REALTY (not inc.) at
Till aw. Hist Court, South Miami.
Fla. Intends to register said name
with the Ch-rk of the Circuit Court of
I lade i 'ountv, Plorida.
A LAN s. OLINICK
A 21-28 r, -.-i>
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH8J
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
DADE. FLORIDA I
CASE NO. 72-861-' 1
IN HE THE MARRIAGE OP I
H I8B A. LINARES. 1
HUSBAND, PETITIONER, AND, 1
\\A ESTRADA I IN A RES, 1
WIFE. RESPONDENT. 1
NOTICE TO DEFEND
YOU, ANA B8TRADA LINARES,
"f l.as Piedras, Mi'nas. CamnRuey,
Cuba, are required to file an Answer to
the Petition For Marriage Dissolution,
with the Clerk of this Court, anil
serve a Copy thereof utlnll J. C. I...U -
sol, 1770(4) West Plagler Street, Mi-
ami. Florida 83135. your Hu-hand'*
lawyer, not biter than June 9, 1972,
otherwise DEFAULT Will he entered
.tcainst you.
Dated: 27 April 1972. I
EC, It I.eatherman. Clerk 1
By: 1{. M. KISSER ^
Denuty Clerk. Circuit Courl '
i Circuit Courl Seal i 1
", 5-12-19-24 '
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
(he tliiderstL'iied. desiring to eniTHKe 111
business under the fictitious name of
Garcla-Excavatlon, Fill k- Cleaning at
41.-. E I" St., Hialeah, Fla, intends to
register Bald name with th,. Clerk of
the circuii court of Dade County.
Florida. J
Gllhertn de .1 Garcia
owner '
12-19-26 I


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Friday, May 12
Brandeis Camp Institute
Scholarships Available
It's thf joy in Jewish life thafs
fn-ely dispensed at the Brance:?
Institute. "Vitamin K" 'kisses
frorr. Shlotno Bardin. 73. Ion
and director i and rigorous disci-
pline also flavor the classes and
workshops that have made the
Camp Institute unique.
' We hope to attract those stu-
dents who feel alienated from Ju-
daism said A B. Wiener, rhair-
man of the Greater Mami Jewish
Federation's Planning Committee
on Jewish Education.
"If you're from a home where
Hebrew is almost unknown, where
the holidays are kept sporadically.
if at all. and the only Kosher kit-
chen you've seen was your rrand-
mothers: we want you.' Mr. Wien-
er continued.
The BC1 costs a student $275
for four weeks, a sum consider-
ably less than the actual cost.
The Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration 'with money raised from
the CJA-IEF drive is mailing
scholarships available to local
youth who want to try kibbutz like
living.
"We want leaders." Mr. Wiener
declared. "If they're a little 00B-
fused. so much the better. That'?
one goal of the BCI giving a
little direction to that energy "
Located in the foothills of the
Santa Su^ana Mountains '40 miles
northwest of Los Angeie? I the 2-
200-aere Brandei? Camp Institute
has served the main tarnet group,
college-age youth, for 32 sum-.err
The BCI favors no par-:~j:ar
branch of Judaism. The lack of
dogma adds credence to the word'
of the late Supreme Court Justice
Louis D. Brand'is < whose name
the camp bears' "To be better
Americans we must first be b-tter
Jew* To this end. the BCI ore-
a program of Hebrew, i re-
ligious observance and rituai. Jew-
ish folk dancing and work in the
garden or kitchen or other chores.
The participants live coopera-
tively and observe both a strict
Sabbath and Kashruth 'Kosher
. dietary laws'. The experience is
literally a 'once in a lifetime'
thing The students are permitted
to go through the four-day u.sti-
tute only once.
Richard Goldstein, who is co-
ordinating the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation scholarships, may
be contacted at the Federation of-
fice for further detai's.
CANTOR
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Members who have ,en .\
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Through tru. anabaMd effo*
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Shlomo Bardin Gelt) founder and director of the Brandeis
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