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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
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Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
May 19, 1972

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Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
May 19, 1972

Subjects

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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ocm35317254
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AA00010090:02259

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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 North Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Preceded by:
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"eJewish Floridian
Combining THF JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 45 Number 20
Miami, Florida -- Friday, May 19, 1972
Three Sections Price 20c
Rabbis Stage A 'Nonviolent9 Demonstration
BOSTON (JTA> The Massa-
chusetts Board of Rabbis, call-
ing Resident Nixon's latest
Vietnam offensive unconstitu-
tional ar.d immoral, staged a
"nonviolent" demonstration this
week at the John F. Kennedy
Federal Building.
Scoring Nixon's mining of Hai-
phong harbor and air strikes
against North Vietnam, the
board said it "contemns the es-
calation," which it called a "uni-
lateral act of aggression" and
"virtually a declaration of war."
Mr. Nixon's "blockade." the
board (-harmed, constitutes a
"usurpation of power" and "ir-
responsible and bellicose brink-
manship." The board, represent-
ing all three branches of Juda-
ism, is largely Conservative and
Reform.
Meanwhile, in New York Mr.
Nixon won strong support to-
day for what two Orthodox Jew-
ish organizations termed his ef-
forts to end the Vietnam war.
The National Council of Young
Israel in a telegram stated: "We
fully support your position in
Vietnam. Your stand is in the
interest of all free people walk-
ing the face of this earth."
In another telegram, the Rab-
binical Alliance of America said
its members "pray that you may
succeed in this determination to
bring about a just peace ending
aggression against nations and
peoples."
Red Cross Complaint Is Sharply
Rejected By Israeli Officials
JERUSALEM (JTA) Israeli
officials have sharply rejects a
complaint by the International
Red Cross that it had been duped
by the tactics Israel employed
to liberate a hijacked Sabena
jet. The Red Cross issued two
different versions of the com-
plaint at its Geneva headquar-
ters Friday.
The complaints accused Israel
o' having exploited the presence
of Red Cross delegates at the
air|)ort when it employed a ruse
to seize the aircraft from ter-
rorist control by force. Although
Israel's official reply awaits re-
ceipt of the text of the com-
plaint, statements made by For-
eign Minister Abba Eban and by
Defense Minister Moshe Dayan
made it clear that Israel categor-
ically rejects the charges.
The Israeli ministers noted
that the IRC representatives
had been Invited to the airport
by the terrorists, who were held-
ing the passengers and crew
members of the Belgian Jet at
gunpoint threatening to blow up
the aircraft unless their de-
mands were met. The IRC mis-
sion, they said, was solely to
convey message* to and from
the terrorist* and Israeli au-
thorities.
At no point did Israel promise
the IRC representatives that it
would not use force to liberate
the plane, the ministers reported.
In fact, the IRC men were told
that force would be used if no
other way could be found to
save the lives of the hostages.
The Red Cross statement said
its representatives had been sur-
Jarring Nazi Party Member,
Swedish Newspaper Charges
UNITED NATIONS (JTA
A United Nations six>kesman
has rejected as "trivial" a charge
by a Swedish newspaper that
Goldfine National
Chairman Of Israel
Bonds Cash Drive
By Special Rejiort
NEW YORK -Leonard Gold-
fine of Philadelphia, who is na-
tional chairman of trustees of
the Israel Bond Organization,
has been named chairman of the
National Cash Drive to mobilize
SSfi5 million in Israel Bond funds
in May and June, Sam Roth-
general chairman of the
Israel Bond Organization an-
nounced this week.
The two-month cash effort
was launched in response to an
urgent cable from Finance Min-
ister Pinchas Sapir in which he
said: "Our development program
Is falling dangerously behind
schedule in spite of growing de-
mand for immediate job oppor-
tunities for Russian Jews who
are now arriving in Israel at
peak rate. We look to the Israel
1 nd Organization to provide
$83 million in cash in May and
June to meet crucial shortage of
funds."
In ihe cable, which was ad-
dressed to Mr. Rothberg and to
Leo Bernstein, executive vice
lident of Israel Bonds, Mr.
Sapir asked that community
: aders be urged to give top
"lily to mobilizing cash Bond
recepits in the coming weeks.
Dr. Gunnar V. Jarring, the U.N.'s
special Middle East represei.ta-
tive, was once a member of a
Swedish Nazi Party.
The spokesman replied to a
charge by the Aftenbladet, one
of Sweden's largest papers, that
Dr. Jarring was a parliamen-
tary candidate of the National
Unity Party in 1936, when he
was 29.
The paper said Dr. Jarring
who is now Sweden's ambassa-
dor to the Soviet Union, was
active in the party from LOM
to 1!>39, leaving it one year be-
foro entering the Foreign Minis-
try. The party reportedly de-
manded that Jews be barred
from entering Sweden.
The U.N. spokesman said '.hat
according to information ob-
tained here Dr. Jarring is in
Moscow the diplomat joined
the youth organization of the
Conservative Party in 1926 wnen
it was considered respectable.
Later, however, the youth
unit broke from the party and
formed a Nazi-oriented organi-
/a' ion of its own, he said, and
Dr. Jarring left the group In 1987
the spokesman said, hut he was
unsure whether Dr. Jarring left
the party before or after it
veered far right.
In Washington, Swedish Em-
bassy press attache Larus Lonn-
back said he could neither con-
firm nor deny the Aftenbladet
allegations. The query by the
Jewish Telegraphic A;;cncy, he
said, was the first he had
received.
prised when Israeli soldiers dis-
guised as maintenance men
boarded the plane and/ the shott-
ing began. The Israeli officials
said that was understandable
because the Red Cross was not
at any stage a party to the plan-
ning of the military dperation.
Gen. Dayan disclosed during
a television appearance Friday
night that the first thins; the
Continued on Pan* 2-A
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I
Rabbinical Association Reacts
To Shooting With Shock, Dismay
The Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami reacted with
shock and dismay to the attempted assassination of Alabama's
Gov. George C. Wallace this week.
Speaking on behalf of the Association, its president Rabbi
Eugene Labovitz of Temple Ner Tamiii said, "We are appalled
at this senseless and cruel act. We deplore such useless violence
in our society and condemn any such means of hurting any human
being no matter what his political views arc. The right of free
expression is sacred in our nation and must be upheld at all cost.
"We call upon all citizens to abide by peaceful means of
voicing their opinions."
..
I
I
What's happening here..
Community effort* on behalf of the most successful Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund Campaign in Miami history
have produced a dramatic 83. increase over gifts made by the
same people last year.
High-rises and condominiums, the Women's Division, Mercan-
tile, Builders, Trades and Professional Divisions have sponsored
parlor meetings, breakfasts, and dinners from one end of the
country to the other where each person is made aware of the
need for maximum giving. Ifs "self taxation" this year for Jews
who have a responsibility and obligation to help other Jews.
The modern-day Exodus of Russian Jews to Israel
has captured the concern and imagination of the nation.
But, the final responsibility of insuring that Israel's doors
will stay open to Russian Jewry lies with world Jewry.
Our campaign goal of $11 million is both realistic
and necessary in light of the security and immigration
picture in Israel. In addition, we are committed to sup-
porting 38 local and national beneficiary agencies so they can
better serve the community. This they cannot do unless we give
as much as we possibly can to the CJA-IEF.
This year the agencies are requesting $2,264,000which is
$796,000 more than they were allocated in 1971. We will have
between $225,000 and $250,000 in additional funds to distribute
to local and national agencies this year. The Budget Committee is
in session this entire month to guarantee that we get the most
value out of each dollar.
Our current campaign stands at $8,106,717 and we're not
through. We have $2,603,399 in outstanding gifts. (That's the
figure not yet pledged from people who gave that amount last
year.) This doesn't take into account the thousands of people who
have never contributed to the CJA-IEF and the thousands of new
residents in the community.
If we didn't think Miami was an $11 million community, we
wouldn't be asking for that much money. But we expect that
amount from the Greater Miami area and we're going to get it.
"Hap" levy
HARRY A. (HAP) LEVY
1972 CJA-IEF Campaign Chairman
Greater Miami Jewish Federation's
1972 Combined Jewish Appeal
and Israel Emergency Fund Campaign


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Friday. May 19, 137?
Red Cross Complaint Is Temple Zion
Rejected By Israeli Officials Library \^ ins
JWB Award
( nut him,1 from P;i>- 1-A
i;. ( r.~. II |HI Svntattw* ili-
i 1.11 iIihI uhrii thi-y arrived al I hi*
. irparl last TiwMlay niulil i\a-
tha: Krai 1 |>ull hark Jbi- tioepa
nr nimilin; th* hijac'.id jet.
"I ri-lu-wd." hi* aid.
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n..t fund on like that I 'old
"Listen, n-i .< the plane
aii terrorists with <*v iio-
-i-t .. _-.-. :,.i rind pistols :i!ld
you are asking us to wlthd
Ar.v.v as i: ihi- were a m >!:-
<.-ii sappl) plane. Hiat i< im-
G*>n. Day*** sail! the IRC rep-
resentatives contacted G>
Ai'tcrwaada ttiey asked hln
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saM. "I gave
cut negal
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ihe IRC men.
Some Israeli official* xprpssed
bitti rm-- aver tin* R**ci Croat
r.iii in last weeJt'a Bidden! and
JaasSM that On IB( has '.11-
iti-ntl\ shtXTB Mas iii fax or of
thi* PalfMinr terrorists. fl;i*y
rtolnaad that thi* IRC"- a-tlon
did not -iirin-; Ironi provtslMW
l ihe .i*ni*\a Convention l.i*-
r.iUM' tlie terrorists .iri* not an
nili rnali.in.ilK n'itniAi4d ri*-it-
anii- (roUP.
More than ever before Israol
needs your help. Strengthen
the State of Israelgive to
the UJA and buy
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The claimed th it in
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- woTtfe.T Mtlt TRY
tin- IRC Invariably
the terrorists and that the Red
On-.-, u. fact seemed to be ty-
ing to accord the Palestinian
- an internationally rec-
ognized atf-tua and prestige
which they c*o not ceserve.
Tin- IRC rarely takes a foreign
ublicly to task a id
usually prefers to act in a m
eel manner. Geneva cir-
cles said. I"- decision to priest
formal!) to Israel stems from
what tin IRC con-- d. is an <>:**n
breach of an asrecment which.
if [x nit d t" go unchecked.
I] -he end of the Red
- influence and neutrality.
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The Ben S rkin 1- >l Mi-
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Temple Zion Is one of eight or-
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by the JWB agency.
Rabbi Eugene B. Borowitz of,
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eceding Rabbi Judah Xadich ol thi ;
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Friday, May 19, 1972
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Stone To Introduce Askew
At 24th Patriotic Rally
Richard (Dick) Stone, Florida's
loth Secretary of State, will have
the honor of introducing Gov.
bin Askew at the 24th annual
Patriotic Rally, during Memorial
Day week. The event will take
ilace at the Miami Beach Audi-
torium, Thursday, May 25, at 7:30
p.m.
.\, a State Senator. Mr. Stone
gained wide recognition for in-
troducing, the "Government-in-the-
Sunshine" law. He also sponsor*
,1 legislation t>> protect the con-
sumer and played a major role in
conservation legislation.
Gov. Askew, who is rapidly be-
t-oming a national figure and is
roving to be a courageous gov-
nontal head, will have a nvs-
m| CUIT9111 interest lor the
than 3,000 persons expected
-,, be present at the Rally, usually
icld during the first week of July
mi this year moved up because
i |he Democratic Convention.
The musical part of the pro-
.i.ini is outstanding. There will be
special concert by the Rarnett
Breeskin Orchestra; Hose Bynim.
oloratura soprano, will also he
, auued. The |>opular duet. Anne
vans and Al'en Gildcrslcevc, will
ntertain with songs, and the !
Children's Choir of 50 boys and
.iris from the Lehrman Day
School will present the Gettys-
burg Address set to s|>ecial music
by I'eter Thall under the direction
if Cantor Kleazar Bernstein of
Temple Kmanu-Kl.
The audience will be thrilled
.vith the ceremony of Presenta-
tion to the Colors by the Home-
si ead Air Force Base and Jewish
War Veterans Color Guards, di-
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others on the program are TV
anil radio personality Henry How-
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A. Friedman, who will sing the
Star Spangled Banner; Judge
Howard Neu, Bert Brown, Rev. R.
Wiley Scott and Rabbi David
Raab. Flora Sinick, with a special
group from the B'nai B'rith Wo-
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tew ntua. a: Corhrrrajt>t xaBec or. th:r reveiauot rr
S-ttt nai torae :ric to* trnditiot a: the rieitcrt one 3on-
servrt-v* bbbbbbbbbbbbI bbbbbbbbbbJ enr -.set-apers and thex
tkitm uc the jewjst BBBBnaBBBaai tt fee mart- iaw zz toe
wazic.
Tater. al ht aL the esseatial Tnessaae a: Sh/jruufc ii
r rertihder \z Israe. it he c Lhtarrt a: Priesu and c Hory
Nahar. z z'szl oar peojjje nave reutnec iar through these
tijrt thousands zr. vearx.
Our Task Is To Do Our Share
As it, oty rutid-roisiaa ac
apcjgt. fee moppi-i? up
ebbJbbbbI at 1 fem :; a ojose it :te mos: antiaal -my ize
the i?~i Combated Jew^t Appea.-lsrae; Lrheroeacy Fund
bVbm
Hi fee prospect of reaching the 51! Lliiot record
aoa. BBCIsvJ or.: HI B area- | it _r_ -j^e c^aee K. S' a_-
Kbb aoturisutioht o: jos: year -no- have xor ve. oe-e-
reaerved thtr -ne suctest -: -ne 0aa.pr.7- - every one o: -nese proEpeait it c remendout .or requa-
-.7 r.unarea o: voiutrteer workers 10 carry out the assjan-
metnt djey irr; aaaepiec one rer_ainr ne mary wno
nave rece:vec the messore \: respond w^h the-.- coarioti-
iOB.
Trie MOfl nOBHi oc' this oarxp-jar. ta xo ic be rxaas-
area it nxxn; : 00a. ;- ^ xe eu-ppor. Greater Maxrx;
.'ewr;.- BOB 7.-.% -.-. Isrzi. 1m zsj&zrz^z tr.e X BOG ?.'_:ox
Jewt wnt w-_ xrr.ve iree z~. iasr it feca jaxt thit year.
at it may he. .
Ana r. rx-ar always H kept Ix rxxxd the Gorxbined
3ewitx Appeal drive support r__y or in part the local
acexriei st vr.ai .'. z developing jew.sx .-
at ot .- ot well as maxy insurutions, ]ook
".'. V--S aa.ua caa-pajg- ior the raxxx xereEsar-.* 1c :arr-.-
on fear worr s-. txa- Arxerioax Jewry, and those oversecj
^. *ano other that lsrae; zzz. survive wax diarx*-.-.
Israel Again Leads The Way
Israe. has shown the world aoaix that oaoressiot is
not to ne decdt wife hax^v 1: handled the iates*. hnariona
thaaent ox iis sou wife finxmeas caid deiertxinarhori. usino
note nMaHj and iorce it a manner thai has piaced those
who hare ideas about piracy in the uir on notice fed it
is a iosmo game
There is, of course, a great element of risk of loss of
innocent lives or vchiable property in fee deasicn to
T--.al.enge hijackers in c shoot-out But more was at stake
for Israel in fee present situation than just a trip to Havana
or fee payment ot ransom money. Had it bowed to fee
demand to release 100 captured guerrillas, fee future of
flights to and from I*-ael would have been an uncertain
one feat no nation could tolerate.
In addition to its attitude feat it will not condone hi-
jacking after it takes place, fee strong security feat Israel
aerxar.ds at its ovcx plaxe deparures is srrr.f'r.:-,~ Ida:
must be adopted by our airlines lest they continue to be
plagued by fee blackmailers and mad adventurers. The
latest example that Israel has given fee world should not
be ignored in this country.
MATTER OF FACT
ALSOP
WASHINGTON To u
trisne UM or*%W. C.-iut ir. 'rtf
VmaaBtest aw, a.ti-c&.is
musi rr***- a trtsnendou* effort
u? imatonctior.. Mrotuii>' no
gvvenvaer.\ ic W*Bbirigton
zauu the kinds of
uaderiy.n? oecuaor* thst *he
Hhtio. gtn'emment hat rah/it-
Sc th vptt t,-j\tmtf y! tht '
t_-. a"'V.-> yt-.fn'jrji to most
of iv..
Iii thit matter, it it bet* al
b"gm at 'rt> segiaatog
th* population of North Viet-
nam. By th- acce^"< estsssstes,
which are not murh natter rhar
lp>*etnnat<-. Morta V.f-t-a.T.s
^opu^tjon h rather lest than
onr-tenth of the pop>uiati'j-
tr;:'-. "^jntry.
tho a dad '"-''
up another MM
the grmi aaaaa of Sm
xact>y equivalent to ;
an Washine-ua-. to senc :
Iwb ytrang Amencan>. -_
abie oeat>i ir, eonba: 1 ^
year nwretner, the an ; ^^
reaej cost Hanoi eno.- .,j
or the equr.t.-- 7
men lor aaBBn
yt H if iaBBaaaMali -the
Hanoi Poiitonro too* .
bie dersior; abo-i^--6e.;
Oh spring of 19T; ~-
the 8MB SBSflB trie '.
v.-cretary. L* L>uar; w -,
- ask for 1
-vati quantrtief of
- BBS** "q-jj;.'- -
-- .
-.--.: -
mad
H.EX U as I
-
V -
1
At a H
] .
.- saw last
I 1 1 -.-, ,
Utttaa M ar<3 45
I' there wtt aaf --'
sh>e tla f:-~eT:>tir Ibbbi n: ~-e
-: of that error Ir
a; .- Bal b Jar offer.: .e
a-aj -- forese* -.?.-.
1973 as ir. the case of : Tet
.: aaa aal t to
-">e enarmax' .
the njmhers of B*e* H
(C-onttnaed cm Pare IS- \
COMMENT
bv IWm (DHEN
J
--
-
" :. 1
-
tor 4
a
test j -

:.-.--
tiona; \ has had. in tho war -
at asaarieas
ief, a "chiUir.c effect on
: -,:*; action."'
AND TH.KT may be all it L<
(aaaaaal to do. although the
ACLC declares that even
riolatton of the Consti-
>n cannot be seen a Irrete-
vant Because and I learn.-d
That from ray own experience!
many who are qmmmtbetie
are afraid to participate in po-
1 activities which miirht at-
tract them. Their concern tbout
the consequences of ha\-inR a
record of such activities apivar
in a central file cannot be dlt<
:'r. :'.y.
Far too many of us. I am
afraid, take this kind of inva-
sion of our rights casually. \\>
do not consider tlv COBsequencei
of the aaaararead larveUIance
which in recent veani has bean
rv-iealed to have Included Con-
gre^smer. and Senaton and otto-
ers whose connection with poa-
sibie sub\-ersi\e activiti,-s are
- -. -
-
t to
I .\^t
DO] t
NO-
il -
-'
I
Surel: -.:
N.\ kit
"- '
which lie .

;- 1*1 it. Con,,
t b> r
S
wtoal Ls
the Wh te House To the int
he watches >
e instead of .t denx nstra-
tion so that he sees ai
no evil.
s-itport of :1,1s kind f aa>
veillance, either by silence or
actual approval, gives ad,i,>i im-
pact to th.- words of the late
Judge Learned Hand 1 n
coitstnictionist.- who, ,=.
the Joe McCarthy era, stated:
1 believe thai that enmnasairy
rea Ij in process of diss
tion where each man begins
eye his neighbor as possible
enemy, where nonconformitj
with the accepted creed, political
u w*l as religious, is a mark
"' disaffection; where denuncia-
tion without specification or
backing takes the place of evi-
aence of this l am sure: if
we are to escape, -> must not
;'"'! foot upon demanding a
ralr Held and an honetl race to
nil Ideas "
The fad that 1. aT>d a
iik. me, believs thai public,

e
l or
I _
and th-
- 1
8KB,
a nmam
1
-.
- not at a
- Its saeaasBB]
be d
a 1 ad -> '
e\. as &n> f dread-
One Baas* dopiore tht

us<~s ro
->e Nixor rr.
V-,t the evid-ce dea-
/-. pubfic rerorrs
Chicago in 'f* Kasri S
Jackson in TO. has beer
that poaee violence is
culpable a fact afcich 3
excuse either.
I HAVK seen on Dots
of a picket Ime ar .
tk>n as a newspaper W j
and as a participant Tww
ha\e been physicalS~
B) tht- police, and both
ssas when they daalbera
chargevt into a group of
papermen of which I was
takiric aates and pictures a
tho street from the real acti
R:t I consider the picture
al the local demo
by men in uniform a
acts of violence as ha
anything they might hair
with then- clubs.
I
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Friday. May 19, 1972
+Jew 1st n-rrktinn
Page 5-A
Three Miami Beach Leaders
Elected To National Posts
NEW YORK, N.Y.Throe Iead-
jr.' Jewirfi Miami'-'Beach leaders
e been elected to national Com-
of Reform Juadism ac-
ng to an announcement made
: \ Cole of Chicago, UAHC
chairmen', and Maurice N.
- : ath, UAHC president.
Jam) A. Albert of Temple Beth
and Rabbi Leon Kronish,
spiritual leader of Temple Beth
Sholom were elected to the Joint
nission on Israel. Elected for
a >nd time to the Joint Com-
ill on Social Action was Mrs.
Porothy Serotta of Temple Israel.
i I Commissions are joint bod-
i ol both the Union of American
! w Congregations and the
Central Conference of American
Rabbis.
The Joint Commission on Israel
BS the umbrella coordinator
I all i iograms and activities of
Reform Judaism in Israel. It in-
cludes the UAHC, North Ameri-
can Hoard of the World Union for
Progressive Judaism and the He-
brew Union College-Jewish Insti-
tute of Religion (through CCAR
ami I'AHC representation.)
At the present time there are
nine Progressive synagogues in Is-
i m< mbers of the World Union.
JVS Plans Annual
Meeting June 8th
Dr. Sol Center, secretary of the
Jewish Vocational Service, Inc.,
has ai.riuunced that the an.uial
meeting of the JVS board of di-
rector.- will be held Thursday eve-
I June 8, at the Standard Club,
Miami.
Stuarl Rothchild, CPA, cliair-
man ol the JVS nominating and
I i -hip committee, will sub-
mil a ; oposed slate of nomina-
the board of directors
flicers of the agency. The
a ill include a presenta-
tioi 5 Henry B. Stern, executive
of the Jewish Occupa-
' ouncil of New York.
The JVS nominating and mem-
bership committee includes Bar-
stein, CPA. Thomas Bran-
Charles Hertzoff. CPA. Dr.
n G. Isaacson and Marvin I.
VViei i i
J. Wi ,iaii Baros, Jr. is president
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and tourist programs in Israel.
The Joint Commission on Social
Action formulates Reform Jewish
social action policy matters on per-
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questions, recommends position
papers and resolutions, generates
regional and congregational pro-
m-am activities and nrovides Jew-
ish viewpoints to national organi-
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Through its Religious Action
Centpr in the Emil r>n Kaplan Building, in Washington.
D.C., the Commission provides
similar information for' 'govern-
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conducts institute and educational
work for both Jewish and Chris-
tian groups in the United States.
Mr. Albert, a member of the
national UAHC Board, is presi-
dent of the UAHC's regional
Southeast Council. Rabbi Kronish
is chairman of the CCAR's Com-
mittee on Israel.
The UAHC represents 700 con-
gregations in the United States
and Canada serving 1,000,000 per-
sons.
NCCJ Names Smith For
'Man Of The Year'Award
The National Conference of
Christian and Jews named William
IS. Smith, ".MaVi of the" Year'" for
1972.
Mr. Smith is president and
chief executive officer of R. J.
Reynolds Tobacco Company and
a member of the board of directors
and of the executive committee of
R. J. Reynolds Industries. Inc.
Mr. Smith received the Southern
Tobacco and Candy Association's
"Tobacco Man of the Year" award
in 19C6 and in 1972 was elected to
the Tobacco Industry Hall of i
Famethe highest honor possible
to attain within the National
Association of Tobacco Distribu-
tors.
Mr. Smith, chairman of the
board of trustees of Old Salem,
Inc., is a director of the local
chapter of the American Red
Cross, and a member of the Win-
ston-Salcm Rotarr Club.
A native of Blackstone, Va.. he
and his wife, the former Dorothy
Clements of Petersburg, Va., have
two daughters and a son. They live
in Winston-Salem. N.C.
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* kist IkrHfrr
Friday, May 19.
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Justice Landau To Visit
L.S. In Behalf Of Technion
Nhe Land-: hi.h schooi and recfved a H..--
"H S'ltf"" ttW-*_i,4i P**' i* i-.oa .on thzpii-h^upja'v
caai: : the boa: Ir. i?.'JO h-.- left Gmr-
jdy in England, v.
1> .-.a.- awarded his law dt-er--t by
I of London in 1933.
TTie mok |fl he went to Hi es-
tine r..-d the practice of
l.'j ld4X< J 1-amiau wa-> ap-
Britidl go\eminent
..f Ps.
Duri/fg the folio Aing yean
the Ha
f !h-:-
S r Israel in IMf
Di:rict
: --:'. 1963 at
_ nog'

Post Commander
Conducts Meeting
Newly elected Pott Coinmanoer
Sam Wtan conducted a regular
meeting of tK Hialenh-Miamll
Spring War VeteraM Peel 681 at'
Temple TUeretk Jacob th- !irst
Moiciay in May.
Announce.TT-n* of three n%'
mem: Richard Galstone,
Reuber. Cohen and E?T:ott Pom-
erantz was made by l>on Sil-
\erman quartermaster Refresh-
ment- and game*, followed the
business meetij ;
Comrad-- who will art. nd the
Florida State- Dtpan nent's an-
nual convention at th< Amen ana
Hotel next month include Sam
Wivun. commander; Stanley nine.
junior vice commander: Ted Lin-
gaton. judge advocate; Leon =il-
vernan. quaxtermaste: Wil-
. Sydeman, adjuta. I
nt al Auxilia
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artl interest 1
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i I fstl PeA .:.
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Ju-tioc Landau, who has achiev-
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that I loll to th iOI-
- .<'{: nt deAvi
State of .'--.' was
' where h.- finished
. -
- in behalf
. I I I
_ en-
with the Techn on
' : er-
The American Tc-chr..un Society
will be celebratir.E Technion'- ju-
Mlee year in 1974. under the chair-
manship of Evelyn extenstvi activities are planrx-a on
an international scale.
Men's Club Open House Set
The Gi eater Miami YWMA
Men's Club is sponsoring an open
house in its club lounge. 00 S\V
sth St.. Sunday at 1 pjn. The \
facility including the steam j
room. nool table and meetl
room will be open until 3 p.m.:
Interested persons are encouraged,
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Friday. May 19, 1972
*Jewisi! ncrffdiair?
Page 7-A
Histadrut Foundation
Needs $150 Million
A building program that will rc-
qulre more than $150 million in
the next decade has been begun
iv the Histadrut in Israel to meet
in cxpfictrt increase in popula-
tion from 3 to 5 million persons
during that time. The funds will
be used for medical, educational
and welfare projects.
Dr. Sol Stein of New York, na-
tional president of the Israel His-
tadrut Foundation, speaking be-
fore a capacity audience of more
than 300 person in the 100 Lin-
coln Road Bldg. recently, describ-
the development projects.
He said the Histadrut Founda-
tion would have to mobilize most
[he record sum "if Israel is to.
tie able to provide living standards
which will continue to attract I
large numbers of highly skilled
Jews Hum throughout the world." '
Dr. Stein presented a special
award to the tenants of the Miami
Beach high rise building which !
was accepted by Nat Friedman,
, rogram chairman, and Samuel
Pascoe, outgoing president of B'nai
B'rith in Florida.
Mr. Pascoe noted that residents
if 100 Lincoln Rd. have contribute |
,i more than $250,000 to the Is- |
ael Histadrut Foundation during
the past three years through an- i
B iity trusts, income funds and j
Mils.
He said the building's tenants
this year have provided an addi-
tional $125,000 for Israel through
such organizations as Israel Bonds,
the I'nited Jewish Appeal Hadas-
-'i*^i-.?l',ianinnoei' Women.
"EfMfTaii Jse^atTcgfona! InafHfc-
er of Kl Al Israel Airlines, noted
that traffic to Israel from Florida
on Israel's national line jumped
91'.; in 1971.
New VA Policy
Available July I
I'.ates for ih new Modified Life
Policies which will become avail-
able July 1. have been received
al the Miami Veterans Adminis-
tration Office, according to r. \v.
Boggs, offlcei in charge.
Veterans who are carrying their
National Service Life Insurance
under the 5-year plan would be
wise to investigate the advantages
of the new plan. Mr. Boggs -aid.
The plan will aiso be available to
veterans who have converted their
policies to one of the other .-even
permanent plans.
A special mailing will be made
to all Modified Life-Age 65 policy-
holders to notify them of their
right to exchange their present
'olicies to the new Modified i.if"-
Age 70 plan prior to July 2. I97."5.
without proof of good health.
Israelite Center
To Host Welcoming
Brunch For Rabbi
The Israelite Center Temple is
hosting a brunch Sunday at 11
a.m., to welcome Rabbi and Mrs.
Paul J. Bender to the temple and
to the community.
Rabbi Bender is a graduate' of
the Hebrew Theological College
in Chicago, III., and the University
Of Wichita in Kansas. He has done
! graduate work towards his Ph.D.
at the Universities of Minnesota
, and Chicago, and has held pulpits
in Duluth and Chicago.
Executive director of the He-
brew Parochial Schools of Chicago
for ten years, for the past five
i years. Rabbi Bender has been Di-
rector of Public Relations for the
Associated Torahs of Chicago.
i
Several local rabbis as well as
1 local city officials are among the
' invited guests. Chester Letter is
president of the congregation;
j Albert Zisman is chairman of the
Board.
JFCS Elects
Board Members
The Jewish Family and Chil-
dren's Service has elected seven
new members to its board of di-
rectors and five honorary direc-
tors according to Leon D. Fisher,
executive director.
The new hoard members include
Daivd R. Balogh, Mrs. Lawrence
Dritz, Howard Fisher. Rose Gould,
Leo Landis, Mis. Burton Levey
and Michael Pascal.
Fight members of the board of
directors were rcelccted, including
Dr. Meivin L. Becker, Mrs. Leon-
ard Bolder, Mrs. Burton R. Gold-
stein, Mrs. Charles Goldstein. Mrs,
David Kirsh, Walter C. Kovner,
Mrs. Harold Rand and Arnold J.
Stern.
The honorary directors are
David Catsman, Irvin Korach,
Sidney Lefcourt. Mrs. Edwin B.
Oppcnheim and Harold Thurman.
The Jewish Family and Chil-
dren's Service, which provides pro-
fessional counseling and child care
services, is supported by the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation and
the United Fund of Dade County.
Special Midsummer
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Israel Friendship Tours an-
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tu Israel leaving here on July 24.
The tour will feature: Dlne-A-
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Aviv: tree planting in Jerusalem
Forest: a cruise on the sea of
Galilee: cable car ascent at Mas-
sada, plus many extras.
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speaking guides. Because of the
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Israel, reservations should be made
well In advance and will he han-
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basis as the size of the group is
limited.
In addition, daily departures can
be arranged at the convenience of
the tourist. Tailor-made individual
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Friday. Mar 19, 1973
Distribution Of Federation Funds
Budget Committee's Main Concern
,.^i --* -- tx*x*4 --- the FedaaatsssBll aaa>
OHMB sfizza ifiM. FeAeranaa' eSeaary agrwnrs
irnirt vaar Be at seven. ?-*"- Aatocalioaw to samlm ageneies
eves at tik are sMoytFU^y! m 1971 were i.Maaaaiiiij SI -
rw(i- Frae **ar.T^Ermr B-sfprta: or' astc? Bat CKCtti as **-
Brrh. arhpre rede.raoc, uoral gTSSTJO to ^ta-.-.am
" -* ** tab Jor their pregram* tao *r*wihM> w
joes as the face of aa Afiatxi^ry
to 8he opes fear aairy at" the sjcral
"We have am..md S225-S25. ff.
hi aaafitaaaal foods Bat these agen-
cies. Oat of the fifficmt tasks of
the eaaaaatiee b in setting priori-
t f-
aan Mr
Piace a*t aad PSao acwrh tha*
----far", -v..- ---i=-r- wr*- .--
km to the fe.n:t-tf of M-am.
--..- -* B-rea-
<.'. Jews* Educator, a.-*; IJt-
Y*A"HA wtaefc haaj Jevnsto xfaa-
-.. a_rve e-er. after -* Bar
JtiT^.a.-- v.er.
The '=- raised
--_* ;'-" '-: the '- "*'*" >--a-.
Jew*h Federation CJA-IZ^" ram-
pa jzt. wffl go. in par- -. '
pro&t*.ns of these agencies Hi
others' at the? te?- ievel arc to
"*> have to witli caiefuBy
the ; each agency furnishes the cjm-
manrry ~ Robert Russell. pres*>ent
o' the Qbeater if arc J*iib Fed-
erauoo. pointed oat.
Jerry Sussman. vice chairman of
the Budget Comrrjr.ee ad ena&> them to bring expanded -'We're or. the look-out for d-ipli-
aod innovative programs to the' cation of services since we are j
Greater SCaaai area. charged by the community T.ith,
The Carnnmrity Chaplaincy getting the maximum mileage out
Se.-.-ice feeh it is necessary to of e*ch allocated dollar."
service hcap.tais n ; the
Xorth Dade area To fa 1Mb, they T** Budz*t niiUllillw b -
batre reert*d fnen Federation '** fcto subcommittee for
additional irtllnf ii aiaartinrf * '-- eoounurcty as- k*
The H_>. Center at the --M has Members are drawn from Iyen
ted :_. imihflia to doctors, teachers. ho^-^rnars.
nmuaoraai .- tax dMl u too shy fa co-ne to cross-section of the to-aJ i*n-'
House on his cm-n T ^"'y makes the dectswos.
pan -,f iu plan fo- eoaas- The k>(a. ^^.^^ and set-, ices
program an innovation be- that ^^.^ jnct^ the B nai
-5 BYftfa Youth Huafanllna Bur-
alataalfaa w 0f Je-*-ish Education. Commun-
Swce the faeeptfaa of the afa- .v agBiMaey Service, Corr
iea p--?ra.-r. of the Bureaa of-,.. ^, la..oni Ccaosnittee. Coffakv
Jemuh Edacatxm. CO -ocai sta- ^ j^,-.^ studies SfaKtal Ser-.ice-s
rx.> etmefaed th-- Cuoan p^,;._.^ Gram f0: I-
partirtparfac hi pT->grams they ^^ Hebrew Acad-
tructure. Durin? taformal ajhj Co.mr-.-r.-. Day
. .:- -v --- a.: v.-r -v s.;x H ,_ staaen, Ceades al
country, the st-jdmta study thaas tbe L-.M L^nigration and Jfatav
as creative prayer. je vf Natiora!
H*s" Ctouiral ',: Je-Aish Women. Israel
Kerbert B*m-rald Stanley
rnfaii. Da.*d Baatac afartea Kap-
^c Steven J. Kraviti. J. M- Lel-
ehofc. Rooert w-:'*r and stagey
K. Spicier.
Sorma Mrs. Jerome 1 Kipnis
dbata Iht BfaaaaaaBattM aa Paaav
Ly aflaahMaSl and Ref-jgee Saw
ices. The committee mciixles Mrs
Adospfa Berger. Alfred Gokien Ar-
tfaar Horoirrtz. Jeffrey Lef
Noraaan H. Upoff. Dr Aaror. Me-
dor. Wiiiiam Sanes Da-.Td P-
Serra ar/i EU Trnoner.
The ssocommittee on Educatkm
Sei vices e chaired by I Jawy
Boorr. arid inciudes StarJey A.--
kk Lfayd Edehneai. Mattfara 3
Etuager. Joaeps Goader..
Barry Haircar. Ronaid R -: I
Morton L. Weinberger Mr- frvfaf
WexJer and Joseph P. Z^jcke
David 5. ICerJn heads the -..'v
committee on Leisure Time and .
CaataeaJ Services. -hich incl-Vr.-
Gerald P. Fa-x. Howard M
Fisher Mrs. Leooard Fr-ed-anri
Howari Hirschiieid. Arthur I10
witz. Richard D. Levy, Morton
Marcus. Cbarks Sokoi and 'An*- \
ard J. Trira.
In addition, Robert fta
Federation's president: Saaaael I
Adkr its trear^rer and Harry A
Ha?' Levy, chairman of the I '.
CJA-IEF campaign, ser.e as ex-
.
T: =..--:: ~~ "--"- -
make its recomrnencatior.c
Federations board of firecfan hi
J'i-ie
Tne Budget Committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed,
tion is in the midst of hearings to cmoJyze the past fact
terms of budget, expenditures, program crtrmraas, prob:
and to recommend the 1972 Federation allocations (c
38 local and national beneficiary agencies. Shown zz
i-om left Morton Silberman. chairman oi the Budget C
mittee: Norma Mrs. Jerome Kipnis. chainnan oi the Fan
Individual and Refugee Services Committee, and J
Bloom, chairman of the Educational Services Com
r:t,s
its
ove
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s?rrv
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. anything they fee: they
r**d to kry/*-.
To eOBthaae and expand th,
avsaa *t:ich is almost def.
of what "education" is all about,
additionai funds are neiei. Teach-
ers must be hired to meet the
needs of ttjjt specialized couises 1
H* brew 1 and study BaataoaJl
often be supplied. The subcommittee on Health
The three Places" of the Jew- and Community Relations Azer.cies
ish Family and Children's Service >s chaired by Stuart Rothchild and
must have more money just to includes Dr. Gerald Alexander.
keep up with the inflationary
spiral, if they are to continue
their open door policy to the com-
munity's troubled youth The al-|
tentative is a door closed in the j
face of teen-agers whose peers
may be pressuring him to try dr^ig-
Of ieave home.
PKOIHT> MAMMfMVT
As community problems and
needs escalate, the beneficiary j
agencies of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation are in the van-'
guard of planning to me"t them.
To do this takes more than the
good will and dedication of the
professional staffs.
The distribution of Federation's
funds is the prime concern of the j
Greater Miami Jewish Federation I
Budget Committee, which is in!
session this entire month. Moating
four evenings a laaek, *.th many .
sessions running past midnirht.
the committee is thrashing
the pan year in term of budget
es^enOstates, program change* and
local and rationai agency projec-
tions for 1972.
Th" 40-member commit tee. 1
the chairmanshi-.
ry .-man. makes n*lUHHisf ndaflow
for dastribntfom of fhndi to the'
.- 1 and -ar>-
da of the Federal
The monies raised in the Isra'-i
Emergency Fund are earmatked
. for the United Je '.-ish
App'-al. the national ing
^niza'ion for the support of
ration and humanitarian ic to Israel and for the aid and
ri habitation of Jews the world .
over. ;
The UJA will also re^eiv ap- ;
proximately one-half of the funds
raised by the Combined Jewish
Appeal. The remaining half is
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Friday. May 19. 1972
JewlsHhrldtori
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American Jewish Committee
Marking 20th Anniversary
The Greater Miami Chapter of. Abe Cohn, Dr. Milton M. Coplan,
e American Jewish Committee,
this country's pioneer human rcla-
BAtON Of HIKSCH METE*
ions organization, will mark its
fcilth anniversary next month.
In recalling the work of the
i\m't i 'an Jewish Committee, Bar-
:i df Hirsch Meyer, its first presi-
nt. said, "The community should
c proud of the record of achicve-
lents the local chapter has made
n the field of human relations for
II people and in combating anti-
emitism and bigotry."
The local American Jewish Oom-
nittee Chapter has been in the
brefront in establishing the Com-
lunlty Relations Board and in
; the urban crisis, open
lousing, conducting human re la-
inn.-' programs, and fought dis-
itioil in Miami.
It has interpreted Israel's post-
to the community to protect
security and counteracted
Ki.ri propaganda. The American
lewlsh Committee was early in
- the community to the
ilighl of Soviet Jewry. It has been
nvolved in awakening the consci-
pnre of the community for the
Icui-h aged poor. It has conducted
naior interfaith dialogues between
Tiristians and Jews. These reflect
n a small way the American Jew-
ih Committee's vital program in
Ighting prejudice and in bringing
ibou! a greater understanding
unong all men.
The foimders of the Greater Mi-
kimi Chapter of the American Jew-
ish Committee will be honored at
Ihc 20th anniversary dinner-dance
lo be held at the Doral Beach
Hotel Saturday, June 3. Baron de
Hirsch Meyer is honorary chair-
man and David Flecman is chair-
man of the event.
The founders of the local chap-
ter of American Jewish Commit-
tee included some of the most dis-
tinguished members of our com-
munity Among the charter mem-
bers were Jack A. Ablin. Leo Ack-
frman, Leonard Adelman. M. S.
Altmayer, R. W. Aptc, Jack Aug-
ust, I.ouie Bandel, Morris Berick,
S. I Bembaum, George J. Bert-
man. Herman A. Binder, Shepard
Broad, Benjamin E. Bronston,
Abe L. Cassett, George Chertkof,
l
OAVID MEM AH
Irving Cypen, Ben F. Danbaum,
Max DeJong, Leo Eisenstein,
Herbert U. Feibelman, Bernard
A. Frank, A. Frankel, Lou
Freedman, Dr. Stanley Frehhng,
Samuel Friedland, Arthur S.
Friedman, M. M. Friedman, Jo-
seph Gardner, Burton B. Gold-
stein, Charles Goldstein, Robert Z.
Greene, Samuel J. Herman, Jerome
C. Hofmayer, Bernard Hutner.
Mrs. Bernard Hutner, H. H. Hy-
man, Leon B. Jacobs and Walter
J. Jahn.
Also Aaron M. Kanner, Abe
Kurman, S. C. Levcnson, Hitter
Levinson, Mrs. Ritter Levinson, J.
Gerald Lewis, Baron de Hirsch
Meyer, Sidney Meyer, Ben Meyers,
Philip Morris, Mrs. Philip Morris,
Stanley C. Myers, Dr. David A.
Nathan, Dr. Max Pepper, David
Phillips, Carl Piowaty, Louis N.
Pokress, Samuel J. Rabin, A. U.
Rodney, Dr. Maurice J. Rose, Mrs.
Maurice J. Rose, Leo Rost, Sam
H. Rost, Dan B. Rusk in, Monte
Selig, William D. Singer, Benja-
min W. Slote, George L. Sogg,
Elry Stone, David Stuzin, Gus
Trau, A. A. Unger, Herman Wall,
Dr. Joseph M. Weidberg. James
Weiskopf, Richard F. Wolfson and
Mitchell Wolfson.
The following excerpt from the
original Charter of the American
Jewish Committee describes its
objectives and goals:
"The objects of this corporation
shall be, to prevent the infraction
of the civil and religious rights of
Jews, in any part of the world; to
render all lawful assistance and
to take appropriate remedial ac-
tion in the event of threatened or
actual invasion or restriction of
such rights, or of unfavorable dis-
crimination with respect thereto;
to secure for Jews equality of eco-
nomic, social and educational op-
portunity; to alleviate the conse-
quences of persecution and to af-
ford relief from calamities aftect-
ing Jews, wherever they may"
occur."
Ft. Lauderdale Nights In Israel
A "Night in Israel" will be held
Tuesday evening honoring resi-
dents of Hawaiian Gardens' Phase
II. Mrs. Dove Corday is chairman,
with Jack Kressner and Mrs. Doro-
thy Sacks serving as cochairmen
of Phase II Hawaiian Gardens
State of Israel Bonds Committee.
We-'nesday evening, a Phase III
"Night in Israel" will cite David
Schack, who will be presented with
the State of Israel Scroll of Honor.
Irwin Weiner is chairman of the
affair; Moe Bender and Mrs.
Charles Greene are cochairmen
of the Phase III State of Israel
Bonds Committee.
Both events will be held in the
Hawaiian Gardens Club House;
guests at both affairs will be en-
tertained by Arie Kaduri, singe*
and accordionist, and humorist
Eddie Schaffer.
Symphony Concert Is
Last of Current Season
The Cultural Committee of the
City of North Miami Beach will
present the concluding concert of
the North Miami Beach Symphony
Monday evening in the City Hall
auditorium.
Dr. Frederick Fennell will con-
duct; Mayor David M. Lapham
and Joyce Farber, lyric soprano,
will participate in the program.
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you'll live with a view of the Atlantic and the Gulf-
stream where the Port Everglades Inlet meets the sea.
From your own private balcony (large enough to
make al fresco dining a habit), or your private beach.
The view inside lives up to it all. Luxury. From
marble to exotic woods to custom features. In every
spacious room. The kind of elegance that comes with
architectural design, not just expensive fixtures. Solid,
sound-conditioned construction. Kitchens that make
cooking a recreation. Bathrooms that make some liv-
ing rooms look small.
The living lives up to your expectations, too.
Recreation centers around the pool, with its marble
mosaic sundeck and adjacent saunas and game rooms.
A calendar of social activities. All in a garden setting.
A view, a way of life that's priceless. Which makes
a somewhat expensive price tag quite a bargain.
Point
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I
Sliavuoth A Happy Event
By KABRI PAM. J. BKNDER t
I-rarlitj' Or.trr Temple-
In general, our holidays bear a
Kite of sadness even though
they are celebra'.ed as happy
ewnts.
Passover, for
example, 'ligh-
lighis centuries
of slavery in
Egypt and the
| attempt by Phar-
aoh to annih-
ilate our ances-
tors. Even the
final redemp-
tion came at the
ex|>ense of the
suffering and
death of many
Egyptians.
Oppressors though they were,
and enemies though they had been,
we were admonished to treat them
with consideration and to remem-
ber that "ye were strangers in
their land."
Purim and Chanukah certainly
retain memories of attempts at
genocide surpassed only by the
modern holocaust and by the per-
secutions of the Spanish Inquisi-1
Hon. Again, our deliverance was I
lialibi Bender
brought about through the death
and dosrtruptiqn of our enemies,
truly tne enemies of all man'vind!
We cannot rejoice fully at our
own good fortune when other lives
were lost to bring it about, even
though we are grateful to G-d that
we were spared.
A delightful exception is the
Festival of Shavuoth. It commem-
orates no attempt at destruction
and no enemies to overcome. No
one suffered because of the event
which we remember, honor and
rejoice in, and thank G-d for its
having taken place.
Shavuoth is the anniversaiy of
the day that our ancestors stood
united at Mount Sinai and accepted
the Torah that was revealed to
them a turning point in the
history of mankind! A bloolless
revolution! A change in religious,
moral and ethical concepts! It
proclaimed to the world the prin-
ciple of the Fatherhood of G-d
and its corollary the brother-
hood of man! Now, forever, the
goal of man is to be, freedom for
all peoples and "to do justlv, to
love mercy and to walk humbly
with thv G-d."
igtopts
s.
eiviccs
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Temple Beth El Holding 2
Special Awards Assemblies
Two s]>ccial awards assemblies
Will be held at Temple Beth El's
religious school marking the con-
cluding session of the current
year. Awards will be presented at
10:45 a.m. Saturday and at 11 a.m.
Sunday.
Wendy Marks, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Bernard Marks, will re-
ceive the President's Award, initi-
ated by Mr. and Mrs. Milton For-
man, for outstanding achievement
which encompasses scholarship,
attendance and character.
OUier award recipient* will Include
Kindergarten Scholarship: Beth
Greenbargi Jennifer I'odis, Lorl Ituh-
bln, l-url c'hazin. Scholastic: Scott
Hlrsch, Kenneth Stride.
1st Grade: Attendance: Sharon Bot-
nlck, Michelle Pakula, Roberta Lyom
Scholarship: Ira Baer, Andrea Dick,
Cynthia Gunsburger, Jill Shapiro,
Terl Stein. Scholastic: Carolyn Bob-
bins, David P&vtlack, [Jan Goldln.
2nd Grade: Attendance: Roaer Gould,
Whitney Backa, Llaa Stride, Karen
i Scholarship: Dana Kit-in. Llaa
Botnlck, David Temlak Scholastic:
Linda Sturman, Philip W( laa
3rd Grade: Scholastic: Rhonda Light.
Scholarship: lUtnald Gunsburger,
Nancy Preedsnan, Joan t"annfsky,
Gary Quinton. Ird Grade: Attendance:
Bli ven. i.yon. Karen Alknw Bel.....
ship: a.hi Cohan, Dlna Bobbins. Schol-
astic: Rebecca Friedman, Peter Llpp-
Ban, Wendy Backs,
4ili Grade: Attendance: Steven
Harris. Mi, lu-ii- Jaffe, Richard Job-
love, Valerie Klein, Philip Platt
Scholarship: Pel.i.mh Friedman, Kat-
alia Haven, Stuart Robbln. Scholas-
tic: Mk-ht*le Jaffp. Marj.ii.- I vv.
Vaierii- Klein. 4th Grade: James
Demet, Hebrew and English Studies;
Mann Hiichhera. Hebrew and Jewish
History: 'Lisa Podls, Jeffrey Ruda,
Improvement In Studies; 'Susan Weln-
ateln, Excellence in Hi-br.w and His-
tory: 'Gary Welder, excellence In
Hebrew studies.
5th Oracle: Attendance: Dean I.a-
Melle. Scholarship: Jill Bernstein.
Shari Shnvcll. Kenneth Collins. Rob-
in Oarfir.kel, Ilarry Dresdier, Tamniv
Cruder. Keith Plank. Nancy I even-
son. Scholastic: .Martin Shapiro.
<",iii Grade: Attendance: Brett Knh.
lin Scholarship: Laurie Sacks
Fcholnstic; Mare Podls. Pel.rn Itoth.
Leslie Friedman, fiih tirade: Scholar-
shlp: Diane JoWove Scholastic: I --
he Bfrns, Jam.-s Kallman, David
: Light, Hindi Klein. Dehra BegaL
Till Grade: Bcholarship: Mark stur-
man, Man- Derison, Douglaa Green-
haum. Scholastic: Lisa Demet, Jodi
Sandier. l.ilty Wolf, Heth Alkin. !
Karen ttodenaky, Honors recommend-
ed for next year: Lisa Demet, Jodl i
Sandier. Karen Rodenaky, Heth Atkin.
Tth Grade: Scholarship: Jeffrey Dick- >
I stein. Steven Uppmaii, Durrel Zliar. !
Janice Friedman. Kccommendntio.is |
for Honors: Hence Greene, Leslie]
I Corn feld, Steven Uppman, Keith Hen- I
mil. Darrel Zlmr, Julie Weiss. Julie;
Wein.stein.
I
Sth Grade: Scholarship: Steven ,
VVelnatela, Joel Burnstme, Lisa Ben-
nett, Joseph Weinman. Jr., Diane i
Krasne sth Grade: Scholarship: Deb-
bie May. Wendy Marks. Erin Mor-
gan, llldce Simons.
Sth tirade: Bcholarship: Robbie
Burnstine, Alan Pistel, Michel Bcker,
Laura May. Ross Dicksteln, Sharon
Kreedman Honor Class: Warren
Kronish. Mlchele Weiss, Barhara
Friedman, Janice Freedman. Joan
Sturman. Steven Levy. Scholastic:
Susan Bfros, Amy l.itman. Hebrew
Scholarship: James Kallman. Evan
Derison, Hindi Klein. Julie Weiss,
Renee Greene, Bradley Collins, An-
drew Wolf. Scholastic: Maurice Marho-
lln, Kenneth Collins, Mai tin Shapiro,
David Simon.
1st Year Hebrew: Scholarship: Dean
Goodless, Mitchell Krasne Bcholastlc:
Leslie Bfros.
* In Attendance mea'ns lm,
" Means top h..net awards in both He
brew and English.
Lodge To Honor Students
For Work In UJA Campaign
About 75 members of the Hillei
Foundation of the University of
Miami were to he honored by the
B'nal B'rith Hotel Executive Hos-1
pitality Lodge Thursday for their,
outstanding work in collecting
funds for the United Jewish Ap-
peal.
The students, who collected over
S4.O0O from fellow students :n an
intensive on-campus campaign,
will be Ihe guests of the lodje for
dinner and a show at the Caril-
lon Hotel. Mami Beach.
'!:. i.:i|Jf ll -

PCabbiviical *J elt
evisioH
Prog
By K.VBBI SAMl'KL J. FOX
What does the ark in the syn-
UKOfrue represent?
Basically, there are two repre-
sentations involved by having the
holy ark in the synagogue. r rst,
the ark is representative of the
box or chest which is mentioned
often in the Bible as being the
container where the tablets of the
covenant wire kept, along with
other objects such as the scroll
(which some contend was placed
on a leal extending from the atki.
In this respect the ark does contain
the hoiy scrolls of the synagogue.
Also, the ark is representative
of the "holy of holies" in the an-
cient temple, a chamber separated
from the rest of the sanctuary.
In this respect, the ark is. there-
fore, an upright structure like a
closet which is separated from the
rest of the synagogue.
Why arc there usually steps
leading up to the ark?
The Psalms speak of "ascending
"o the mountain of the Lord." One
should always, therefore, look 'up"
to whatever represents the Divine
Presence ac a source of inspira-
tion and uplift.
This is also why the expression
of "going down before the ark"
represents the position of the one
.vho leads the congregation in
prayer. This involves, therefore, a
spirit of humility, similar to the
expression of the Psalmist who
proclaimed "from the depths have
I called Odt to Thee."
\Vh> is the lay leader of the
sjrnaswsne sometimes called a
"Gabbai?"
The term "Gabbai" means "col-
lector." In ancient times the Ilo-
mans designated a Jew to collect
the taxes from other Jews in the
community. Later, an exalted of-
ficer was the collector of charity
called "Gabbai Tzedakah."
In medieval times this was the
title of the fiscal head of the syna-
gogue who was also appointed to
supervise Jewish institutions. In
later centuries, thus official was
tlesignated to pass out the honors
of being called to the scroll.
Since sometimes these honors
were usually "sold" or "paid for"
iat least si,ire would pledge a con-
tribution when being called up to
the scroll l. he would still be called
i Gabbai because he would be the
e to coll>>?t the pledge or solicit
the contribution which helped
Lntain the synagogue.
Religious School's
Students Graduate
During the Temple Beth Moshc
Shavuoth evening services Friday,
graduation exercises for students
who have completed five years of
afternoon religious school will lake
place.
The graduates will participate
and assist Cantor Ben Zion Kir-
schenbaum in conducting the Sha-
vi'oth services. Dr. Joseph ,\. Gor-
finkel, spiritual leader of Beth
Moshe, will deliver the charge,
Benjamin Udoff, educational di-
rector, will award certificates of
completion, and Charles Weissman,
president of Temple Beth Moshe!
will address the assembly.
The parents of graduates Jodi
Borofsky. Alan Cutler, Mark Jack-
son, Douglas Reiter and Leonard
Tonkin will host the Oneg Shab-
bat.
. u A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. M SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
*NSHE EMES. 2S33 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowiu 2
ETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken-
dull Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. 3
BETH DAVId7~262 SW 3M Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipeo"
Friday s p.m. Sermon: "The Split
FoulThe Gift f Healing" and con-
flrmatlon class services. Saturday '.'
a m Bat Mltivah: Susan, daughter of
Mr, and Mrs. David I'arin. Y/lskor
Memorial service
BETH Et-. 500 SW 17tn Ave Ortho-
Jox. Rabbi H. Rothmsn 5
OHEV
O
man.
SETH KCDESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional R*-hi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Leon Segal.
Friday a.m. Saturday '"' am.
|0 a.m. Ylskor service. Topic "A Hap-
py Reunion."
3ETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW Sth
St. Conservative. Cantor Seymour
Hinket
Friday vin p.m. Quest, Rabbi Sheldon
FSdwaras will officiate. Confirmation
r.f David, -on of Cantor and Mrs.
Seymour Hlnkei: Paula, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred KinUelstein. Sat-
urday !> a.m.: 10 a.m. Ylskor Memorial
service.
'SRAEL (Tempie) OF GREATER |
Miami. 137 NE 19th Street. Reform.
Rabbi Joaeph R. Narot. 10
Friday 8:13 a.m. Ylskor Memorial ser-
vice. Topi,-: "The Children or Israel
'trow t'p"
ISRAELITE CENTER 31T5 SW 25th
St. Conaervative. Rabbi Paul J.
Bender. Cantor Nathan Parnaaa. 11
Friday v4.'. a m. Sermon: (at in:ir.
a.m.) "The Message of Mount 8lnal "
7:3'"! p.m. evening service. Saturday
S:4r> am Morning service: 10:16 a.m.
Ylskor Memorial service Sermon:
"Mothers' Day and Fathers' Day."
7:."w p.tn. evening service,
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer _
owita. Cantor Nlco Falcftnis .1
-----------. 31
NER tamiu (tempie). srth I
Tatum Waterway. Con?y",|
Rsbbi Eugene Laboviti Canto, ill
ward Klein El-|
Friday V:4". a.m. S.inv 'I
The Hospital For <.- s,.,_ .
i. m Saturdaa' : a m s.
Parents Revisited ", in ,
Memorial acvloe.
EV SHALOM* 70&5 en|, |
irthodox. Rabbi Phmeaa vCeoer'l
--._ I
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CEK'Tcd u.1
Collins Ave. RsbM Sad \hmi,|,S
CONGREGATION TZ Chaim i
44 Washington Ave. Rltr, AvrJ.I
Groner |
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWtJ
CENTER. 1720 79th -.-.,, c,
way. North Ray ViinSr CoreJij
tive. Rabhi Philip Fried.
N0TH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (TemsM\ 1J
NE Miami Gardens D- Ccij.f^f
tive. Rsbbi Milcon Scr -i,,, c.,,1
tor Nathaniel Schub.
BETH TORAH. NE 164tf Et. at ttj
Ave. Conservative. Rabt m iu.1
ar.hitz. Cantor Jseoh Renier. nj
Friday K:3ft a.m.. ":"" n r- "-r,l:rna>|
tinn servicea. Satunl; i ,,- I
10:1 r. n.m. Ylskor Mir. ., ..-,;^ I
Saturday 7:43 a.m. Ylz'x Mir.wriavl
.-. rvici-.
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW ItMeal
Conservative. Rabbi Cia-na Rues.
Cantor Jack Lerner. g
INAI (Temple) o' NOR-m DAOtl
18801 NE 22nd Ave. R-'c"-,. riM|
Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor Irving I
Shuikea. s)
Friday 10:M a.m. Ylaltn> Mn i |
service: 8:15 i> m. Svr y "^
a.m. ltar Mitzvah: Lavrre; -i,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert
OR OLOM (Tei pie)
St. Conservative.
Qlixman
TIFERE'fH ISRAEL.
Av. Conservative.
Klein.
Friday 8 a.m Topic:
Spirit Dead or Still
Mas Mltsvah:
Mr and Ml>
8755 SW 16th
Rabbi Ralph
13
6500 N. Miami
Rabbi Maurice
14
"Is The Sinai
Alive?" 8 Pin
anette, daughter ol
Arthur Roaan. Satur-
day 'j :, in. Yllkor Menu,rial service.
ZION (Temple) 8000 Miller Rd. Con.
servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
1 16
, Friday 8:10 p.m Conflrmatlop services
Sermon: "Confirmation, Progress and
i orowth." Raturdav :> a.m. Sermon:
"A Faith Renewed."
H'.AlfAH
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
4h Av Conservative. Rabbi Na-
than Zolondsk. 18
Friday !::! a.m., 8:1! p.m Sermon
topic: "The Revelation >n Mount
B'nal Saturday 9:S0 r m ll a m
Ylskor Memorial service.
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHF CONGREGATION
13630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Joaeoh Gorfinkel, Cantor Ben
Zion Kirschenbaum 35
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave
"rthodox. 17
Frida) 9 a m. Sermon lonii "Shav.
dodern. Progressive or Old
ned Pelebrationr' Saturday
a m. Ylskor Memorial Service
sermo,, tonic: "The Symbol of Slvan
ind Us Foundation of Human Prlncl-
SKY LA' 19th Ave. Orthodox. Ram .emit 1.1
C.-.plar 11
Friday f> am Sermo' -1 >rl|
His Maker." Barurdn) |
"Man And His l.a\>"
YOUNG ISRAEL OF CacATEll
MIAMI. 990 NE 171 61 Orthodotl
Rabbi Naftali Pnrush. |
CORAL GABIES
JUOEA (Temple) 5600 Granada BMl
Reform. Rabbi Morria K.cper 401
Friday 11:1S a.m. mi 1 KM
vices: S:l"i p.m Rfliturdav 16 iml
Bat Mltsvah: Elsie, daui c Mr. |
and Mrs. Marvin Lavln
ZAMORA (Temple) 4 Zamera Avi I
Conservstivs. Rsbbi Maxwell Ben). I
er. a
Friday s:4:. a.m.. 1:10 p. s;,,,irdy|
1:41! a.m., 10:80 a.m. TIs I
service. 6:80 p.m.
SURFSIDE
MOCAN DAVID CONCf-Ei;ATI0lil
0?93 Hardinq Ave.. Surfside. Towil
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac 0. Vlntl
I
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). S47 E. 0s I
land Park Blvd. Rabb, Axiva Bnt|
liant. Cantor Maurice Neo. I
FT. IAUDERDALE
EMANl'-El S24S W. Oakland Ps-l
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi A-thu- J. *[
rams. Cantor Jerome Ktaenant *l|
P0MPAN0 BEACH
--------
SHOLOM (Terr.ple). 132 SE "th V|
Conservative. Rabbi vlorns A. So-l
Cantor Ernest Schrtiber.
rant*

Maty -J! Ch. hi. r:30 a m. The Jewish Worship Hour
Host: Rabbi .Morton Malavsky, Temple Beth
Shalom, Hollywood
.May Cl O). 7. 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
Topi,-: "Values of Rituals"
.May 21 Ch. 4. 8:30 a.m. The First Estate
1 R >pi ated on Ch. l1 at 'i:30 p.m. i
Host: Rev. Luther C. Pierce'
Topic: "Shavuoth"
Guest: Rabbi S il -v'.:iiff
*^- mr.
Applications For Military
Academies Being Accepted
All young men desiring to enter
the Military. Naval. Air Force and
Merchant Marine Academies in
mid-1073, who are residents ol
South Dado and Monroe Counties
must file their applications with
Congressman Dante B. Fascell no
later than Oct. 2.
Rep. Fascell will nominate a
principal and nine alternates to
-acli of the classes entering the
e-rvice academies in June and
July, 1973.
B|TKk's2AEL "0 ,u,n st- Orthodox
Rabbi Berel We; a> if
Sn?"t, -JAC2BUP"^*'!"hi"(l0" Ave
Oi hodox. Rahbi Shmaryahu T Swir.
Sky. Cantnr Maur.ee Marr.ches. 19
BEJ" RAPHAEL-"(Temole). 1S4
Jeff-snn Ave. Conservative. Rabb'
Oavid Raab. Cs^n- Saul Breeh. 20
BETH SHOLOM ( Temole). 4144
S'" ,,Ave Liberal. Rabbi Leo-
Kronish. Cantor David Conviaer. ?1
2MB :i?n.rBaK;.S!4Trm'
BEJ^ TF,^*H 93i Eue"o -ve. or.
thonox. Rabbi Jn.eph E. R.ckov.
""' 22
BTToNV^Tr?ATM CONGRECA.
TION. 843 Meridian Avenue. 22-A
CBN,^E?REW*CONO'EATION. |
Ra2h. Vr?,h"'=C,t0n AV8- Orthodox
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig. 23 '
CU.BDAN SEPHARDIC HEBREW CON-
nU.EMAaTrn(?Nn ?'E Wa.hin^Av..
rirhM"e.a.'n\,,dB^ChRabLiMe''-M3A-
E?nA.NU'El^(Te,"P":>- 17<" Washing.
LehrJ.'n Cocn"""*""- Rabbi Irving
l-'.i.W u?MC'nt0r Zvi Adlr-
i. s I ;l'" ""'f'n..,-.lii. sr-
ti, m '-ehrrnan will s,l(.;lk on
The Meaning oi The ri,,.'.,, v,.,]
''; Saturday i,.::in v.,, ,.
________ aSD A
JVv0nlAOtfGUrh"5^ COMMUNITY
Ave nrthf" ^ Waahington
Si.,'- Orthodo. Rabbi Tiber H
Stern. Cantor^ Meyar Engel M |
cantor Abraham Seif. 2' !
MENORAH (Taen'pla). 620 75th St.
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER. '
NW 9th St.
HAUANDALE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTE"
ftabbi Msx J. Weiti CsntOf Rev.
Jacob Danziger. 126 N E 1st Avi,
HOLlYWCOn
BETH EL (Temple). 135' S '4th Av*
Reform Rsbbi Samuel sffe. *
l-"riil;i\ S;i-, pm. S. 1111, "r*al"
rilllna nur Pi siiiiv.". f. ::
Shahhat hnstsd by 1 n t,'',,"
.nil Qreenbaum. Baturdi m. l'a'
Mltsvah: Douarlaa Avei "> '"
.iml Mrs Richard On
BETH SHALOM oempel. 17M.Mf;
roe St. Conservative. Rarrl Morion
Malavsky C,",* Irving GoM. "
a)---------
SINAI (Te.nple). 1201 JoaafWI j*
Conservative. Rabbi DevJ Shapir^
Cantor Yehuda Heilbrsun.
MIRAMAK
Cantor Abraham Koster
ISRAEL (Templs> S920 SW Wrg
Conservative Rabbi Avraea Dratm

9
CANDLELISHTING TIME
6 SIVAN 6:4]
*
T/n. page is
cooperation with
,1 i"
,):f Qreitet
Miami Rdbbiniciil Am, ,:,;'"i.
Coordinator of tht featWsl
sthftcaWhlg he-e is
RABBI MAXWELL BERGER
SpiniUiil Lri'tV' '1
Temple Zomoro
Coral Gables


May 19. 1972
Jenisti ncridiair)
Page 11-A
[Rabbi Stanley Weiss
'rincipal Of Yeshiva
kabbi Stanley B. Weiss, a yet-1
S. ili Florida educator and
rious tauter, has bet-n ap-
In'i : 'In- now principal of Yc-
y. i Da; School, according to an
iioui >ment by Solomon Arluk.
>; North Dado's only
?: i> school.
kinbh: WViss, who officially as-
Jnes hi- new post on July I.
already Ix-gun p:'lininar>'
.mple Zion Plans
tstailation Social
Micln C. Slotnick will be in-
ji.iii aa "resident of TVmpli' Zion
evening; the ceremonies
ducte.i by Rabbi Norman N.
: be followed by a ->dal

Mso I installed aiv t.ic presi-
nta iffiliated arms Mrs.
;i ilfer. Sisterhood; Mr.
i Ml Leon Thaler. Mr. and
-.i and Herman Bi rger,
ition vice presidents for
> yi ar are Merle I. Sidle,
Haru I Goldstein, Stanley Al-
iin, Max Pawliger and E. Jan
:ohi. Otl* i o'lieeis include Gcr-
treasurer; Edwin Horo-
i Li a icial secretary; Arthur
oom, recording secretary, and
ivld Sokol, corresponding socre-
ry.
VI in mal officers of Sisterhood
Gail Gutman, Joyce Berman.
le Cannon, Debbie Forer and
ircia Semel, vice presid -nts;
evly Krasno, treasurer; Su^an
(tnlck and Madeline Drieaen,
- and Judy Wolfsohn,
lancia cretary.
Mr and Mrs. Club officers in-
ide G. oi _, and Romesa Cohen,
' presidents; Herman and Mari-
Berger, treasurers; Ruth and
iddj MUhkin, recording secre-
'' *. an i Alan and Lenore R.ven,
. ling secretaries.
tl officers of the Men's
ub are Leonard Selkowltz, Ed
liite, SI \ Sacks and Frank Du-
Jnt, vie' presidents, and Karl
riesen, treasurer.
installed are members
the board of directors, including
Cannon, Jere Chait.
Jorge Cohen, Oscar Colsky. Karl
Dr Gerald EnerfeW, Ber-
rd Epstein, Edward Feldman,
erbert Freund, Morris Gateman,
ving Goldflne, Ixonard Green-
a m, Morris Levitt. Saul Mandell,
Ian Raven. Benjamin Shechter,
sward Sonn, Joseph YValzer, Her-
ft Weiner and Dr. Gerald
ernick.
The installation committee cou-
rts ol Herbert Freund. chairman
lichai'i Cannon, cochairr.ian, E.
n Jacobi, Mrs. Helen Robbing.
Irs. Hei it Freund, Leon Thaler,
W. Charles Sharfer, Herman
*n?iT and Morton Grebelsky,
"I'cutix llrector of Temple Zion.
registration planning jin.l .coordi-
nating activities for the coming
school year.
A gracuate of Mesivta Torah
Vodaath in New York City, Rabbi
Weiss received his ordination from
the Miner Yeshiva in Brooklyn
and also attended the Universit}
ol Miami.
VVh Miami Beach in 1957, he assumed
the post of educational director of
Beth Israel Congregation. He ha-
also been on the faculty of the He-
brew Academy of Greater Miami
and the Bureau of Jewish Educa-1
tion anc' served as director of |
Camp Menorah for the past -i\
years.Rabbi Weiss will continue
as associate rabbi of Beth Israel
Congregation.
Describing the appointment as a
"significant milestone in the
growth and development of Ye-
shiva Day School," Mr. Arluk said
that Rabbi Weiss' broad exuori-
ence in the educational and youth
fields will be a major asset to Ye-
shiva Day School in the 'ears
ahead.
Plans are underway to provide
for larger facilities to accommo-
date the expanding stue'ent en oll-
ment, Mr. Arluk said. Yeshiva Day-
School, which occupies tempoiary
quarters at the Young Israel of
Greater Miami, provides a com-
plete Hebrew and general studies
program curriculum for boys and
girls from nursery through sixth
grade.
Keynote Address
To Be Given By
Morton L. Mandel
Morton L. Mandel, keynote:
speaker for the YM-YWHA's an-
nual meeting and iiisiaiiauuu luu- ;
nor Satin day at 8 p.m. in the'
Central "Y," has more reasons
than anyone for talking about
community centers. He is the
new]} elected president ol the
National Jewisn Welfare Board.
Mr Mandel, a former president j
of the Jewish Community Centers
of Cleveland, is an honorary mem-
ber for life of the Centers board
trustees. He is also trustee of the
Cleveland Jewish Community Fed-
eration, the Community Chest and
the Cleveland Junior Achievement.
Mr. Mandel served a n vice .-es-
ident of the National Jewish Wel-
fare Board's Midwest Region ami
was chairman of the steering com-
mittee ol the JWB Community
Fail Share Plan, lie ha- also been
on active member of th" Nat- nal
Conference of Christians and Jews
and the United Negro College
Fund.
Educated in Cleveland public
schools and at Western Reserve
University. Pomona College and
the University of California, Mr.
Mandel is now a member of the
visiting committee of lie School;
of Applied Social Science at West-
ern Reserve University.
In the business community o'
Cleveland. Mr. Mandel is res:xv-ted
as an industrialist he is the
founder and chairman of the board
of the Premier Industrial Corpora-
tion.
Boris Kochubievsky Beaten By Blacks
BOSTON (JTAI Boris Ko-
chubievsky, who In 1967 was
among the first Soviet Jews to
demonstrate for freedom, was
thrown to the ground, punched
in the face and pummeled by
blacks ho resented his photo-
graphing their Temple Islam,
formerly a synagogue early this
week.
The incident occurred on In-
tervale Street in Roxhury. a for-
merly Jewish neighborhood. Mr.
Kochubievsky, who was treated
by a private doctor and then
led an Israeli In." -pendence Day
parade, apparently misunder-
stood the black's warning not to
photograph their temnle, as he
does not s;>eak English.
Justin Wyner, president of the
Jewish Community Council of
Metropolitan Boston, termed
the incident an "outrage" and
called for a complete investiga-
tion of the incident. He deplored'
the assault against "a distin-
guished visitor to Boston who
himself endured so much suffer-
ing in the Soviet Union as one
of the early heroes in the effort
of Soviet Jews to obtain their
rights or to leave for Israel."
Allen MaUenbaiDti of the Jew-
ish Survival Legion, which was
showing Kochubievsky around
the city, said "it was a communi-
cation prohlemj" The Soviet
iictivist plans to return to Israel
later this week.
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vJewist Hcridiair
Friday, May 19
DEALING WITH NORMAL TEENS
JFCS Operating
Three-'Places' j
By ISABEL GROVE
"I hate my parents ."
The words ware spewed out
into the group with force and con-
viction, yet as soon as the t-cho
settled the conviction was feit a
little less and the force dissolved;
to tears.
The room was filled with youth
wearing blue jeans and the little i
tops girls wear that reveal flashes!
of tanned skin. The boys sported ]
hair that hadn't been cut in a'
while, and if it hadn't been for!
the intensity in the air it j
would have looked like a social 1
gathering.
It was a social gathering in the
classic sense. These were basic- j
ally normal kids who needed help |
in fitting into society but'
weren't getting it.
Over 500 of them, buffeted by
the storm and stress" ol "growing 1
up" were headed for emotional!
trouble. Because they hadn't I
broken the law, weren't strung
out on drugs and were painfully!
"average." the community had al- I
most written them off: hooing |
they'd "grow out of it" ... in-'
tact.
That was more than two years
go. Today the Jewish Family and
Children's Services, with funds I
allocated by the Greater Miami I
Jewish Federation, operates three!
"Places' to go; to talk, to listen |
and ultimately to understand.
The Places deal with essentially
normal adolescents who function:
fairly well in their environ' lent j
and community. They are neither 1
seriously disturbed nor alienated!
and haven't yet given up on the j
'establishment."
The conflicts they suffer withj
haven't gotten out of hand and I
hey have recognized their needj
for help in working them out.
The young people being seen at j
the Places are those the JF&CS1
-et out to reach those who'
an best benefit from preventive
counseling, those for whom it is;
not too late.
Over 200 teen-agers are cur-
rently active in the program. "The
najority of them stay beyond the
initial screening process," accord- j
ing to Lou Bernstein, program di-'
ector. "We have kids that have]
maintained contact with the :>ro-1
:ram since its inception." he added
"The majority of teen-aers that
we see have told us they've been
helped." Bernstein said. He also i
thinks they're "talking up" the I
program at home, too.
"An increasing number of par-
ents are participating. Their chil-1
dren will draw them in during a I
crisis situation at home and they
'the parents) become interested
participants.
"Wo have a nucleus of eight nar-
ents of teen-agers in our pror.'am
who form a regularly scheduled
separate encounter group. The de-
mand for this kind of interaction
Is growing and we're in the process
of setting up other parental rap
sessions," he explained.
Place North. 386 NE 167th St.,
was the first to open, followed by
Place East. 939 Arthur Godfrey
Rd., Miami Beach, and most re-
cently Place South at 7220 Bird
Rd.
The "Places" are non-sectarian,
interracial, informal and free.
The program at each "storefront"
Place has a full-time staff member
with at least a Master's degree in
.ocial work or guidance and coun-
seling and specific experience in
working with youths individually
and in groups.
Supportive, weekly two-hour
group sessions are coupled with
individual treatment sessions ivhen
appropriate. Psychiatric consulta-
tion and psychological testing are
available through the agency.
"We know 90% of the partici-
pants in the program are brought
in by word of mouth and our
open-door policy really works."
Mr. Bernstein said. "On an over-
all average, 35 to 40% of the
youth we see are not Jewish.
"Also, one of our fund
Bernstein said, "is to serve as a
referral agency for those sen-
agers we don't feel we can i.eip.
not equipped to handle drug
addicts or those with major emo-
tional or adjustment problems .
but we DO see they are sent to
someone who can help." he said.
The "Places" 1971 budget was
met by the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation from money raised dur-
ing the Combined Jewish Apoeal',
campaign.
The approach at the Place is
unique in that no parental per-
mission is required.
"Sure we encourage kids to tell
their parents." said Mr. Bernstein.
"but if the person seeking help
wants to keep it confidential .
we will."
According to Leon D. Fisher,
executive director of the JF&CS.
'50'"' of our staff is in preventive j
services."
When someone comes to one of,
the "Places." they're interviewed'
over a period of days for five or|
six hours by a trained counselor j
and an approach is chosen.
Some teen-agers respond- best
to group "rap sessions" while oth-
8tS need the more personal ap-
proach of individual therapy.
If the counselor uncovers prob-
lems raof appropriately treated
elsewhere, a professional referral'
is made to a drug clinic, psychia-j
trist. medical doctor, etc.
No philosophy, religion or life-
style is pushed. Many young peo-
ple wander in (tipped off by word
of mouth by friends who have par-
ticipated! saying "I'm unhappy."
Through the scathing remarks
and rough language that are often
present in a group encounter, par-
ticipants come through with a |
basic empathy and kindness that J
they often don't expect from their
peers.
Rabbi Kronish
Rabbi Kronish New
Head Of Rabbinical
Association Here
Rabbi Leon Kronish, D.D.. spir-
i'ual leader of Temgle R "1 Bho-
lom. Miami Beach, who has been
elect ed presi-
ient of the Rab-
binical Associa-
tion of Gr iter
Miami, will lie
install"0 In his
new post next
month.
Also eli l
were R a b b I s 1
Maxwell Berger,
Temple Zam ra,
vice presi lent:
Milton S c h-
I i n s k y, Tem-
ple Adath Yeshurun. secretary,
and Tibor H. Stern. Jacob C.
Cohen Community Synagogue,
treasurer. Rabbi Solomon S hiff,
director of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's Community
Chaplaincy Service, continues as
executive vice president of the
organization.
Rabbi Kronish. who has previ-
ously served as president of the
Rabhinical Association was or-
dained by Rabbi Stephen S. Wise
at the Jewish Institute of Religion
and has been serving as spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Sholom
since 1944. He was awarded a
O.D. degree by Hebrew Union Col-
lege-Jewish Institute of Religion
in June 1937.
His national activities include
past president Alumni Association.
Hebrew Union College Jewish In-
stitute of Religion: national vice
chairman of Israel Bonds {>r Re-
form congregations: board of gov-
ernors of the HUC-JIR: national
board chairman, American Israel
Histadrut Foundation: national
vice president, American Jewish
Congress; chairman. National Rab-
binical Cabinet, Israel Bonds ani
<*airman, CCAR Committee or
Israel.
-
The recent Bat Mitzvah of Pamela Abelson, daughter oi
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Abelson, set the stage for a reunionl
Pamela's grandfather, Leon Lepselter, was reunited wili
his brother, Jacob, (right) v/hom he hadn't seen in 50 vecri
Jacob and his wife, Hedy, (second from left) flew :n front
Israel where they make their home, for the occasion-
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"Adolescence is a time of trying
on the adult role and wanting in-
dependence." said Steve Cassel,
who's in charge of Place North.
Locally RabM Kronish has 5en -
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"When the independence gei to
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again. Obviously, this is most j New WoilieiCO FUlll*
visible in the family since these
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This is where a minor adjust-
ment problem can be compounded.
The intensity of the feeling
varies from Place to Place and
even within each Place, but the
basic pattern is there: conflict and
confusion about "what I am" es-
pecially with regard to family.
This pattern emphasizes the
Place goal: giving the youngster
some support in coming through
a normal developmental stage.
The JF&CS views the program
as a success.
Research findings conducted at
all three Places indicate the par-
ticipants find their rap groups
attractive and cohesive. Conse-
quently, no changes in the thera-
peutic process are planned.
After a client leaves, the staff
does a complete follow-through.
"Success" isn't measured numeric-
ally, but each Place has treated
and returned to the community
teen-agers who are more pr )6uc-
tive, more responsive and less con-
fused than before.
New films ooening at Wometco
Theatres on Friday include "Cul-
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and "To Fird a Man" at the Mir-
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"Without Aooarent Motive" al the
Patio and Byron, a"d 'CJod'ills.
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Iday, May 19. 1972
*'Jew 1st)rkridtl&n
Page 13-A
lonfirmands Participate In
emple Emanu-El Services


he Festival of Shavuoth, known
The Feast Of Weeks" will be
rved by the congregation of
pie Emanu-El beginning
sday at 7 p.m.
the first day of th holiday,
traditional Confirmation serv-
ill be held at 10:30 ajn. The
uates of Temple Emanu-El's
firmation department will
rch in solemn procession to the
r where they will be greeted
Dr. Irving Lehrman. The Con-
ncs will participate in a pres-
ation entitled "We Count Our
SS-"
e Confirmands include Rebec-
Bear, Jose Benrey, Leslie Faye
rger. Barry Aaron Dressier, Isa-
irc Mathew Glassman, Karin Jo
iron, Alicia Diane Koretzky,
ephanie Anne Koretzky, Stuart
ndall I.ichtman. Earl Neil Mel-
&4L
sop
Continued From Page 4-A
as willing to spend in battle.
THK INDICATION'S are also
disputable that Hanoi's losses
five already been horrendous.
n the approaches to Saigon,
ir order to take the miserable
llage of An Loc "at all costs."
already knocked the crack
my division in the South, 'he
h. dean out of the fighting for
. time being.
On the approaches of Hue,
bain it appears that two of the
iree North Vietnamese divi-
ons assigned to that series of
ttles have lost so heavily that
ey have had to be merged.
his emergency merger of the
-1th and 305th Divisions in turn
plains the North Vietnamese
Hure to press onward before
PAN s defenses of Hue would
recognized.
SINCE THE great offensive
':;v.\ finally, the enemy troops
ho ha\p been fi^htinc: and rtv-
have boon all but exclusively
orth \ ictnameT?. The Viet
hie in the south could not be
,i' d upon, this time, for the
nple reason that Hanoi broke
. bock of the VC at Tct in
I 8.
Tn Illustrate, Binh Dinh Pro-
bee is one of two or three
' e the Viet Cone are stronger
anywhere else in South
letnam. The highway through
Inh Dinh. from the coast to
prikji in the Central Highlands,
i --o very long and very vul-
i rahle to guerrilla attack.
U.T WHEN the enemy's lo-
commander decided the h'.gh-
t bo cut, he did not Ls-
neoded orders to the
al Viet Cong. Instead, he used
Mitire North Vietnamese reori-
ent, the 12'h. to seize the An
She Pass. And when the Kor-
h id effectively destroyed
ip 12th regiment, th< highway
from the coast to Pleiku was
sily reopened.
No one should assume for a
Imwent, however, that Le Duan
and the other Hanoi leaders will
falter because of losses already
incurred. On the contrary, they
H:!1 fight on until the war has
eonsMmed the great maiority of
'he 124.000 men they budgeted
for sacrifice in 1972. Only if a
moment comes when they lit-
rally cannot go forward, will
hey cease trying to do so.
Consider, then, the constraints
|Unon President Nixon. Then con-
f'er the decisions made by
nrsl Party Secretary Le Duan
and his colleagues. If you do
Ws all else becomes comprehen-
sible.
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Rubin, Natalie Rubinstein, Nancy
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Peter Bruce Weintraub.
Dr. Lehrman will deliver the
blessing to the Confirmands and
speak on "The Meaning Of The
'Chosen People.' A family lunch-
eon will be held at the Fontame-
bleau Hotel immediately following
the Confirmation service; all the
Confirmands, their parents and
guests will participate.
Mrs. Seymour W. Rubin, chair-
man, and Mrs. Donald R. Koren,
cochairman, head the Confirma-
tion Parents' Committee.
A Yitzkor memorial service will
be held Saturday at 10:30 a.m. in
the main sanctuary. Junior con-
gregation services are scheduled
FriJav and Saturdav at 10:30 a.m.
32 Temple Menorah
Students Graduate
The 32 students graduating from
the Temple Menorah Hebrew
School Saturday May 20, will par-
ticipate in the services officiated
by Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spir-
itual leac'ier of Temple Menorah.
Graduation diplomas will be pre-
sented by Nathaniel Glickman,
school board chairman. The re-
sponse on behalf of the class will
be given by Sarah Sackncr.
The graduating class includes
Carlos Puncik, Ricky Freedman,
T^aac Arber, Mark Lew, Peter
Grosfeld, Oscar Syger, Sherman
Bergman, Andrea Breiter, Debbie
Carman, Dede Schofel, Debbie
Pines, Celia Zacarias, Thea 3er-
ens. Shelly Lubin, Susan Spier,
Sara Sackncr, Adriana Soriano,
Sheri Oronstein, Sandra Susi, Li-
zette Zacarias, Lillian Olcmberg.
( Betty Singer, Marlene Klepach.
Ellen Silver, Brenda Stasevich.
Dania Kriger, Jane Marcus, Abbe
Sussman, Bonnie Gold, Sara Es-
]Uenazi, Hillary Schraub and Heidi
Rosenberg.
Admiral Strauss Named
Admiral Lewis L. Strauss, for-
mer chairman of the U.S. Atomic
Energy Commission, has been
named honorary national chairman
of the American Friends of Tel
Aviv University, according to an
announcement made by Victor
M. Carter president of the Amer-
ican Friends.
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> imlU> ttrrMtor,
Friday. M=y jj
As We Were Soyiog
By ROBERT SEGAL
Lp The Converter Belt
IN THESE t-\<*-IK>E<-IT -lay? of Jesus Christ
- istar and "Jews For Je>us it was BBevitahke
that "' dot
And what a
it able taK-.home it must haw*

- i ship
9 with th
5 Man]
are Wearing That 9
lays!"
;
~.<:.,.d CWm ate kl said
th S
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have
gel
ah. For .-ooi
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tha-
1
I an
- tat thi
I Society and
E Board c
. Van may remember Jo?
;-h arkdaad bandi di; reject and
of the Lord; that if- why ou-
ed. The first th:
have to do is 1 that whack
Pi the first i
David Goldstein, whose stricture? against Jew*
- ta-
enter the Catholic Cr
they : hi catenalaW to the hah ifly
'.ag< wn "hrough the rears.
j i i., pick up bai -itin- m Hi. goo! life
pouring forth from thi 'Light ol Isra
lie Pilgrim Tracl Socletj In Randl
K.C I Ihi Christ Go pi Mi ilon In W< Palm
Beach.
i quit Hurt n putabte J
odd tinrn in history engaged in
The Maceabean lead
was lo proselytization efforta a
tury and a half before the common era ai
pagai
Histor) rec 'i" thai In
the its of I lam Ji lh
i. But il
I
rarM
- ~ '

few!
: -
- '
estern fait
z in i

r years aj Rabbi Art] ed "ha*
with notable except' :"> ,n"
Nazi era --
an only brei
. o' tbeae wounds and re---.
uatlaiod paed lay and today."
I- at Pi imich a Jed thai
]>;i--r among Jewi ii wrong be
ludaasn: as a ] as reality i? a th'
-sity for Cr
addc-d dhe observation that Jews may find God
more at* softi .: own re..-. .- h
han "nrxigh Chri-tianity m which a Jew always
:' guilt at having allied himself with
an oppressive majority culture"
DATELINE JERUSAUM
By Asms Ben-Vet ed
Schoolchildren Drop Out
^Vr EVEST Ee.YTTIAX panad BtKfM on elementary
tad nan only one-tenth is irlhaarr/ put 'o use. and
" Egyptian children remain lateral es. Thi; star,line
iatiun was made in a recent issue of the Cairo
a kly "Al Ma*sawar." by Dr. Muhammai Mahou-
Radwan. direct or- g-neraj for eiementary education in the
.an Mini-try of Education.
Dr. Radwan analyze:.* affaeahl f.gures. takes issu'-
Ml th-m and comes to the conclusion that the whol*
Egyptian educationi 1 -y*terr. i* a iismal failure. From
aaaang 7>opulstioii of nearly 32 million, he write*. 65i/.O0">
pup:.? registered for the first cracie in the- year 15*14-65
Of tho*< 4K2.947 reached the sixth grade in 1969-70 but
only 450.381 actually attended classes. Registration for
the end of school examination? 'at the i nd of the sixth
wher. compulsory education ends in Egypt! was
BS3 ~ tion anu 181.779 passed th-
The article- also state-? that offica: stati-t:c? show,
irnllaTMIi. that 56.4*-- of those takhq i nations
aaa them. This would Been like a reasonable per-
aeartaaa, Quant uu. it i* a statistical hV: the real figure*
to be compared should be the number of pupil? who had
reached the sixth grade and the number who 'a I
the- final examination. In thai respect. Al Ifassawar -a>?
the result is appalling. The proportion of those who sat
tor the e-xarr.inations was in reality or.'.y .-Sou:
BOOK REVIEW
By Seymovr B. Liebfaoe
Four Worthwhile Books
TO READ AMTHIXCi ay Maurice Samuel i? a
delightful literary experience recardl-ss of the
subject matter. How.--t. when the maestro dc\oie=
book to his mama'ashon la
1 VMdKh rGawlea Book
B H RStaay await-
thi a i- r of Samuel? 25th book
Tn- aaMhar has undertaker, to
convey to the En:lir.h -eader the
' I --: its i7isio<
am i:. -weave ol the horne>
and the his: ah He- trace* th*
rtaWedfji of many of the word=
and ;*rases which are aatagrahU parts of the tivas-
ury a on that crew by adopting and urn
cratinc into Kseat foreign vx>rds as the Ashkenazi
mwi^d bark and forth across the face of northern
Europe. Thi? is not a dictionary or lexicon. Th" 1
chapters cover the breadth and wic'th of the Ian
cuare and its ramification? in every aspect of
Jewish life.
Kathe Kolhrita die-d in 19A5 at the a?e of 7> in
her native Germany. Daateg her lifetime
. the horrors of two wars, losing a son in one-
of them The book. Kathe Kolhvitz. Life In Her Art
by Mina C. and Arthur Klein iHolt. Rin--haii &
Winston. SLLSSl includes more than 100 reproduc-
tions of her drawings, woodcuts, etching? litho-
graphs and sculpture. Though not Jewish, the- Nazis
tahetod her work, 'degenerate" and .., ,
Because- -he was known to disagree with Nazi pob%
aha and maintained her relationships with J
Heaah and raatltiiaa, ahe feared bring sent to a con-
centratiem camp. She carried a vial of poison witli
he-r if her ten < n to materialize.
Her an depicts the p;ight of lh,
OK sorrows resulting from war. the plea
the various aspects of motherhood and th
ath This h a moving ane? beauti hioh
ao\\< anoirx-r ii-nen-ion to a tragic era
The Wahaa of OTarhh ahaaataeaattaa w, y
l-eM? Baahai haaanra Bark are the producta
the- Zionist Library- of Jerusalem. The books may b'
the American Zionist Federation
Park Ave-.. NYC. 10022 at a nominal cost The
first is a colle-ction of s'atement- and BJUOtaM*
quotes from personalities on "The Jot -
lem." -R.-awaken-rg ..nd Solution." and th. \
af F.reta laracL" Th. aeoand ahould be req .
reading !e.r al i- fust Jewish youth and for all who
iih--r to n.,t understand or distort and pervi rt thi
ni'-aning ol Zie.rism and the place of the State of
lanaeJ in the history >,-j the Hfe of
Jews today. Sin,-,- the new left adopted an and-
larael TK.sition. they were requested to pose 80
questions and this book contains answi
loaoarladBaahle and literate Israelis. Every Jew
.'id knou the answers.
Israel Newsletter
BY CARL AtPffil
Egypt Has No Title
To The Siiiai Area
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riwai ol Iiael bna
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All, goAemor gypt in the Bret ha'.' I M
turj traces ar. '- _v. xt -.1
the ar, a of his control were ma.i- i rraial
dm the
>; -.; terms of the Convention London!
I Ali was go I
>pt A : : fused the ffer. bBl ''I
various Ottoman provinces over which h had -v
te-ndeel his tax-col lee ting authority. It
.....".at th Sinai was i an
-. : :- ffer. hut the prfal -' i-
srypt i
few years lat.r. B:iti-h pottcy took a t>"
and Britjah, for n*ason? associate: :th I'v
Suez Canal backed th. Egyptians in th-
S Hi Ir. 1906 Egyptian forces, with British *
couragi i- ecupaed various places in the- Sirji
Turkey complained bitterly, and a milr:
down : imminent. The British fk
began to take up po-,iti,.ns. and Turk y ha "'
yield. As Bloomfield writes: "An ulti:r.:
forced by fleet movement- and not th, questiond
legal rights determined the- outoonM
The strange ;.'a.'t is that all this time Egypi
was si 1 legally and technically a part of the Otto-
man Empire, and continued as such until the Treaty
of Lauaanne in 1923 gave her independence Ci: B
that treaty Turkey gave up claims to her
colonies, each mentioneel by name- But Sinai
recogr.iz.-d a? part of Egypt, renamed in a Kin1. limbo, and Egypt quietly ifeappol bato thi vacpiw
Few challenged Ha assertion of -o. : Ignrj mtil the
1956 campaign wlien th.- Brni-h, now attain ,h
other side, pointed out that Sinai had I
;vrt of Pal. -tine, ami never of Egypt
It may not he easy to find a leg*! :,1':" ,0
th. ; roblem of Sinai, In 1957 Lord Son. urj wroti
that the f N. "could render an ines
errtet
1o the world by taking over the admit istratiw
control of this xplo-ne region. To do WOuM "
no infringement of .. aovn-r.-ignty which E
never poss.-ssed.
Mr. Bloomfh-ki toys with an even more hrter-
r-tmc poaatbiHty
has ntVUI ivnounoed it< seiwivignty OVO '!l'' >
Peninauia, might wry well have Oh -M '
cancel it- grant of av'ministration tc Egypt "'''
territory and enter into a formal mistce-hip t-1
m,nt with the United Nations." he -ays
Israel, I must add. i> today ha mi''-> '^
pancy of the Sinai, and se,k? a solution which
assure aecurity on Its frontiers, it d.-e? not ciatn-
never ass,>rt At anj rate, ma> of the ito
ten BloomiVM book ought aa be nd* s
circulated among all member nations .,: the


May 19. 1972
eningrad Library Sends
-opsie Talmud Microfilm
apki.I'HIA After wait-
v 1969, Dr. Abraham I.
, rally received from the
+Jmisii fkaiMaun
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DR. ABRAHAM KATS11
ii ;ni Llbrarj microfilm cop-
ilie missing fragments of
ud from the Cairo I leni-
ircsidcnl of Dro|>sle Uni-
i here and a renowned He-
lei .ho'ii. Dr. Katsh received
28 fragments composing
i rent tracts from the ral-
I. :: will now be possible for
. i publish the entire Talmud
the Cairo Genizah in the
.ad Library, heretofore un-
it*.
n Judaica of great scholarly
tortance was discovered late in
- century. Almost a quarter
;i lion documents had been
ii in a concealed chamber at
Fo:stat Synagogue in Cairo,
yp- since the seventh century.
Genizah means Btored away In
Hebrew, and the manuscripts were
acquired by Archimartdrite Aw
tonin Kapustin, a Russian pries)
who served in Palestine from L865
until his death in 1894.
The missing Taimudir fragments
which deal with the Sabbath, Rosh
Ila-hanah and Succoth holidays,
and. Ketubbahs (marriage con-
tracts i, completed the Leningrad
Talmudic material which is now
part of the microfilm library col-
lect ion at Dropsie.
Dr. Katsh, who plans to publish
the Leningrad Genizah Talmud,
which now covers a total of 350
manuscript fragments, said that
this version "will have to be ec-
koned with in future Talmudic
scholarship." He said the Cairo
Genizah Iragments are very close I
to the original sources because;
they have never been subj iCted
to the censorship and error that,
came with the introduction of!
printing.
The Genizah material. Dr. Katsh!
added, "appears to have been writ-
ten at .i verj early period, .' hen
the Talmud was studied by oral
transmission and not from a writ-
ten hook." Many passages appear-
ing in the printed texts today are
absent in the fragments, indicating
that .they are later additions. The
Leningrad Genizah fragments, he
said, show significant variants
from the generally available print-
ed texts.
Dr. Katsh was the first to micro-
film the fragments from the Geni-
zah collection and the first scholar
to start publishing reports on.
them. During his visits to the
U.S.S.R.. starting in 197>6, Dr.
Katsh catalogued the entire An-
tonin Genizah Collection in the
Saltykov-Schredin Library in I^en-
Ingrad, and his work is used by
Russian scholars today.
Senior High School
Students Graduate
At Temple Israel
Twenty-four students will be
graduated from .the senior high
school of Temple Israel of Greater
Miami as part of the Sabbath Eve
and Shavuoth services Fridaj at
8:1") p.m.
Included in this service will bo
the traditional Yizkor (Memorial)
piayers associated with the holi-
day which celebrates the receiving
of the Law at Mount Sinai.
Rabbi Barry Talachnikoff will
discuss "The Children of Israel'
Grow Up." President-elect Arnold i
P. Rosen will award camp scholar-1
ships to outstanding students of i
the religious school and certifi-
cates to the senior high graduates, j
12 of whom have spent 13 > -ars
in the Temple Israel school.
Thi- Kraclu.it>n are Aliuin Aarona,
Racnelle Bornsteln, Snranolte Bulnln,
Aaron ISnteen. Bruce Bntecn, Joan i
]-Vsih.K Htoln, Debbie Kami, Judy Kaplan,
Leonard Kransdorf. Marilyn Krohn-
ynld, Mark LandsDera, Nan. > Lee, <
Snarl Lee, Debbie, Levene, David
Prttlkln, Nancy Piitlkln, Ronald Ran- j
in. Wayne Rackoft, .Many IVnsmnn,
K'Jlinli w a-s.inian. Steven Will..... ,
and Wade Yoffee.
Award recipients will Include l.auri
Winner, the Lillian K. Lewi* Me- j
morlal Award; .lill Greene, the I>.i\i DornBteln Memorial Award: Jon Swld-
ler, ilit- Irving Pehiberg Memorial
Award; David Altuhuler, Temple Is-
rael Brotherhood Award; Lorl Saxon.
Temple l.sra.'l Hebrew Award; Cliarle* ]
Trelnter, Alan Rackoff Memorial Pres-
ident Award; William Blechman,
Joshua Duliin, Michael Festlng-er.
Randye Hoder, Alfred Kniui, l.-*lit-
Lipton, Merrle Meyers and Barbara |
N'eedell, Sisterhood Confirmation
Awards.
Mrs. Donna Hart Runs
Donna (11b, R. P.) Hart a
Miami businesswoman and house-
wife will be a candidate for the
District 3 seat on the Dade County
School Board.
A Dade Elementary School
Booster Club (PTAi leader, Mrs.
Hart will run for the seat now
held by Ethel Beekham.
Florida's JWV Plans Services
The Department of Florida Jew-1
ish War Veterans will hold Me-
morial Day services al Mt. Nebol
Cemetery, 5505 NW 3rd St, Sun-
day. Mav 28. at 11 a.m.
Rabbi Ralph Z. Glixman of Tom- i
pie Or Olom, a past national JWV
chaplain, will conduit the liturgi-
cal services. Following services,
the Department honor guard, un-
der the command of Capt, Norman
Levlne, will fire three volleys and
buglers Will play laps.
Norman Burman. Depai cent
chaplain, assisted by lly Morris,
past commander of the Fourth
Region JWV, i< in charge of the
Memorial Day sen Ices,
All post and auxiliaries In the
Greater Miami and Brnward
areas will present their Colors.
Small American flags will be
available at the cemetery office
for those wishing to place one at
a veteran's graveslte.
The Jewish War Veterans
Of South Florida
ANNOUNCE
THE MAIN MEMORIAL DAY SERVICE
Jo OMCf
to all those who have defended our beloved America,
and in humble gratitude to commemorate the patriotism,
valor and sacrifice of our heroic dead
WILL BE HELD
SUNDAY. MAY 28th. 1972
AT 11:00 A.M.
AT
5505 N.W. 3rd STREET
;v
American Flags will be available at the Cemetery to Honor
the Individual Gravesite.
Please be on hand not later than 10:45 a.m.
Jewish National Fund Strengthens Israel
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Honoring
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Miami. Florida Friday, May 19, 1972
Section B
Jewish Organizations Decry
Busing Amendment Efforts
WASHINGTON (JTA) "The
adoption of a constitutional
amendment designed to halt
busing or other desegregation
measures would be a signal to
the world that the American
people had departed from the
principles of freedom and equal-
ity.'' a representative of nine na-
tional Jewish religious and civic
organizations told a House Ju-
diciary subcommittee consider-
in': various anti-busing amend-
ments last week.
The answer is to end segre-
gation and improve the schools.
I'lainl.v, this has nothing to do
with hosing," testified Albert E.
A rent, a Washington tax lawyer
who is chairman of the National
Jewish Community Relations
Advisory Council (NCRAC).
Mr. Arent asserted that Pres-
ident Nixon's proposed morato-
rium'* on school busing, coupled
with 'federal upgrading of poor
schools." would be "tragic, and
probably illegal, since our whole
system of law would be under-
mined if courts were compelled
to tell persons applying for re-
dress: 'Yes, your constitutional
rights have been invaded. But
we are barred from giving you
effective relief."
NCRAC is convinced that
every group In our multi-
cultural society religious, ra-
cial and ethnic is threatened
when one is oppressed, Mr. Arent
said, adding, "They are con-
vinced that enactment of any
amendment to our Constitution
curbing the power of the courts
to deal with racial segregation
would be a betrayal of the prin-
ciples which this country stands
for In the eyes of oppressed peo-
ples throughout the world.
"Busing, he continued, "is a
particularly effective tool for
desegregation, which may well
be why it is so vigorously op-
posed by former supporters of
separation of the races. Besides,
only a very small proportion
3%of the total amount of bus-
ing is related to race," he noted.
"The term forced busing Is no
more than a rhetoric trick," Mr.
Arent charged, pointing out that
no one described the laws re-
quiring children to go to school
as "forced school attendance
laws."
NCRAC members include the
American Jewish Committee,
American Jewish Congress, Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith, Jewish Labor Committee,
Jewish War Veterans of the
U.S.A., National Council of Jew-
ish Women, Union of American
Hebrew Congregations, Union of
Orthodox Jewish Congregations
of America and United Syna-
gogue of America.
500 A/Congress ToM
What's Good For Society Is
Not Always Good For Jews
CLEVELAND, Ohio (JTA)
Rabbi Arthur Hertzberg, newly
elected president of the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress, declared
in his inaugural address that
American Jews must find a
"middle course" that will in-
clude concern both for the uni-
versal values of human rights
and the particular needs of Jew-
ish survival.
Addressing 500 delegates at-
tending the organization's na-
tional biennial convention. Rabbi
Hertzberg said, "We Jews have
learned to our sorrow that what
is good for society is not always
good for Jews. We can no longer
assure that working to improve
the community at large will en-
hance the lot of the Jews. At
the same time, however, we dare
not over react by succumbing to
the obnoxious tendency to turn
our backs to the world and in-
volve ourselves only with imme-
diate Jewish interests."
Rahbi Hertzberg urged a pol-
icy based on the philosophy of
the Jewish rabbi, Hillel: "If I
am not for myself, then who will
be for me? But If I am only
for myself, then what am I?"
and voiced concern over the "di-
visiveness" that he said charac-
terized American Jewish life.
"We are united in our devo-
tion to Israel and to the Jews of
the USSR," he said, "but we
differ sharply among ourselves
in the meaning, the content and
direction of Jewish survival."
Rabbi Hertzberg expressed the
hope that the AJCongress would
rededicate itself to opening
channels of communication both
to other religious and ethnic
groups in American society and
those with opposing viewpoints
within the Jewish community.
"In our nation as a whole
as in our Jewish community
It is a time to heal and to
bind, a time to lower tensions
and defuse anger," he said.
In his valedictory address, the
retiring AJCongress president,
Rabbi Arthur J. I^lyveld. who
served for six years, paid tribute
to "Americans who have spoken
out fearlessly in Israel's behalf."
He mentioned specifically Rep.
Louis S. Stokes. (D-Ohio) the
chairman of the Congressional
Black Caucus which expressed
itself strongly in favor of Israel.
Rabbi Lelyveld stressed Is-
rael's need for dependable and
enduring friends. He said these
could be found only among the
Jews of the diaspora "and those
who will be our friends and
allies."
In Middle East
Air Service Authorized
BUENOS AIRES (JTA)
The Argentine government is-
sued a decree Monday authoriz-
ing regular air service between
Buenos Aires and Tel Aviv. The
service will be run jointly by
Acrolineas Argentinas and El
Al, Israel's national airlines, em-
ploying Boeing 707 jets. The
schedule calls for one or two
flights a week by either AA or
El Al. The route includes stops
at cities in Brazil, West Africa
and Europe.
Torczyner Named Chairman
NEW YORK Jacques Torczy-
ner of New York, a past president
of the Zionist Organization of
America, has been named chair-
man of the ZOA's July 12-19 75th
National Jubilee Convention in
Israel.
JWV Ladies To Meet
North Shore Post Ladies Auxili-
ary (JWV) will hold its next meet-
ing Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in
the Washington Federal, 1133 Nor-
mandy Dr.
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
visit to Egypt of Soviet De-
fense Minister Marshal Anorei
Grechko, reports of a new illu-
sion of modern Soviet weapons
to that country, and the latest
over-flight of Russian MIG-23
supersonic jets over Sinai Tues-
day morning has aroused spec-
ulation here that the Soviet
Union may be countering Presi-
dent Nixon's latest moves in
Vietnam with a new display of
force in the Middle East.
Some observei-s said that Mos-
cow is responding to the mining
of North Vietnamese harbors by
increasing tension In the Middle
East where It does not run the,
risk of a direct confrontation
with the I'nlted States.
Two Soviet MIG-23s took off
from the vicinity of Port Said
Tuesday, and flew south along
the Suez Canal and the Israel-
held east bank of the Gulf of
Suez as far as the Sharm el-
Sheikh area before turning west-
ward back to Egyptian territory.
An Israeli announcement said
Israeli jets were sent up to in-
tercept them but there was no
indication that contact was
made.
The MIG-23 is rated by ex-
perts as the fastest, highest-fly-
ing combat aircraft in the world
without counterpart in the west-
ern arsenal. On three previous
occasions in the past year they
have overflown Israel-occupied
.*>inai, apparently on photo re-
connaissance missions, and once
they flew parallel to Israel's
coastline near Ashkelon, com-
ing within radar range of the
Lydda Airport Control to.ver.
A small number of MIG-28s
have been stationed In Egypt
for some time but more were re-
ported to have reached Egypt
recently. According to reports
they are now flown by Egyptian
as well as Russian pilots.
The Egyptian news agency
reported this week that Marshal
Grechko and the Soviet Air
Force commander accompanied
President Sadat to an Egyptian
air base where they witnessed
an exercise by advanced air-
craft. The agency said that long-
range fighter bombers also par-
ticipated in the exercises.
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Friday, May 19, 19>2
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Friday. May 19. 1972
+Jewish tloridfori
Page 3-B
6 Of Mt. Sinai's Medical Staff
Honorary Physician-Trustees'
Dolphins9 Larry Little Named
Variety's 'King For A Day9
Dr. Richard finning Dr. Stanley frehling Dr. Solomon Goldman
Th' board of trustees of Mount
Sinai Medical Center, taking cog-
nizance of the advantage of the
physitfan'1 viewpoint in adminis-
tering hospital affairs, has created
a new category of "Honorary Phy-
ician-Trustee."
Six long-time members of the
Miami Beach-based institution's
oluntary medical staff were hon-
ored with that designation this
|uwk at the monthly meeting of
he Mount Sinai founders. They
ire Dr. Richard M. Fleming, Dr.
JStanley Frehling. Dr. Solomon B.
Goldman, Dr. Ralph E. Kirsch, Dr.
Milton P. Travers and Dr. Charles
Verblow.
Samuel Gertner, executive vice
resident of the medical center,
aid they were selected to be the
Irsl so honored "in tribute to
nore than 20 years of outstand-
ng, dedicated service each of them
has nndered to Mount Sinai and
[he community"
The action of the board of trus-
tees in creating the new category
Has taken "in recognition of the
vita! contributions the medical
profession can, and should, make
n he: ping guide the policies,
practices and growth of our medi-
cal center," Mr. Gertner said.
Mount Sinai is believed to be
the first voluntary, non-profit hos-
pital in the country to call upon
its physicians in the capcity of
honorary board members, Mr.
Gertner said, and for that reason
Dr. William Dean, president of the
Florida Medical Association, has
been chosen to conduct the instal-
lation.
"We are fortunate to have as
our first "Honorary Physician-
Trustees" a group of men who
are excellent practioners of medi-
cine, and who also understand the
needs of the South Florida com-
munity, and possess an intimate
knowledge of the operation of
Mount Sinai," Mr. Gertner added.
Dr. Fleming, who has served
as chairman of Mount Sinai's De-
partment of General Surgery and
as its senior attending physician,
was president of the medical staff
in 1952. He also served on the cen-
ter's medical advisory board, and
was one of the leaders in creation
of its Cancer Clinic.
Dr. Frehling, also a past med-
ical staff president, is the current
senior attending physicial in the
Department of General Surgery.
Active with the medical advisory
board, he served as chairman of
the original Subcommittee on
General Surgery.
Dr. Goldman has been chair-
man and senior attending physi-
cian in the Department of Urol-
ogy for the past 20 years. He has
been active on the medical ad-
visory board and served as chair-
man of the Medical Records
Committee.
Dr. Kirsch was founder of
Mount Sinai's Department of Oph-
thamology in 1952, and has been
its chairman ever since, ani a
member of the Medical Executive
Committee. Recipient of the Koapp
Fund Prize in 1964 for his paper
on glaucoma following cataract
extraction, he presently is estab-
lishing a fellowship in ophtha.nol-
ogy in association with the Uni-
versity of Miami.
Dr. Travers was chairman of
the original Physicians' Advisory
Committee which guided the con-
version of the old Nautilus Hotel
into the first permanent home of
Mount Sinai, and headed the Cre-
dentials Committee which recom-
mended the first metrical staff.
He has served as chairman of the
Department of Orthopedics, and
as a member of the medical advis-
ory board and By-Laws Committee.
Dr. Werblow was the original
chairman of the Subcommittee on
Medicine, and headed the Depart-
ment of Internal Medicine, of
which he now is senior atterding
physician. He also served on the
Medical Advisory Committee. Dr.
Werblow spearheaded the cam-
paign, in the mid-0s, which se-
cured financial backing for con-
struction of the Warner Pavilion.
Or. Ralph Khieh
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Hospital. The affair is scheduled
for Wednesday noon in the Prom-
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marina.
The club has named the "King"
in advance for the first time in
order to give everyone the oppor-
tunity to pav tribute to the popu-
lar sports star.
Mr. Little, who was formerly
with the San Diego "Chargers,"
has for the past two years been
selected as the "All-Pro Offensive
Lineman" of the Player's Associa-
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sible for the formation of the Gold
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The camp's main objective is to
provide for underprivileged chil-
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for this type of activity. The camp,
which is going into its third year
of operation, will provide facilities
for more than 600 underprivileged
youngsters at Biscayne College,
the home of the Miami Dolphins'
training camp.
A teacher and counselor at
Homestead Junior High School,
Larry also serves as a juvenile
worker at Youth Hall and visits
veterans in the VA Hospital here
at frequent intervals.
Leo Steinman is in charge of
reservations for the luncheon.
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Friday, May 19, 1372
Report From Israel Brought
By Temple's Young Leaders
In-
Sta I
Is-
iu wei
.
::t to
r the auspices i>i a
of
Bonds. The young er<
id<.! to :ii -1 han i the <* rk-
'. : .i i'. i. ..-
annual dinner
.I ,, ,i significant role of com-
iir>-wide leadership," aceord-l
D Kronish.
Kej leadi. on tour w ei Mr,
' David Miller, chairmen
th mission to Israel; Mr. and
i -. Tr-d Boiln, chairmen o: *pe-
Mn, IsM we H- chaii urn, Beth Sholo.ii Wornen'a
Division for Israel Bonds; Mr. and
Juka Arkin, chairmen, com-
munity leadership; Mr. and Mn
Phil Postelnek, chairmen, build-1
- committee, and Mr. and Mrs.
rvin Stonx-iv. chairmen, young|
ts division.
"We unsferstAitd the responsibil-
i \.- wi'l do our be-i to
j meet the increased national
tail 'i S4.Vi million in Stan of
: ri Bond.- for 1972." Dr. Kion-
j-h reported tor the group.
It only everybody could bo to
Israel on thi- kind of fact-finding
n to sea the real needs, they
^.i...derstand mi; the entire
must do its ut-
mosi to answer Pinchas Saplr's
(85 million in cash
sales Israel Bon In the
month- : May and June," Dr.
Kronish stated.
"Ah the doors were open ti
group in Israel, because the gov-
ernment realizes the importance
ol the Miami community in the
nale ol Israel Bonds used to :>uild
a free and economically secure
l.-i ael." he added.
The Miami Beach Bond uioup
met with Moshe Ko!e. Minister
of Tourism, Ambassador Ephralm
Evron, Minister of Foreign Af-
fairs. Pinchas .Sapir. Minister of
Finance, and Mr. Amid, director
in charge of receiving new immi-
grant*
Col. Mordechai Hod, head ol the
Aii Force Acedcmy. hosted a
luncheon in honor of the group's
arrival in Israel, ami to recipro-
cate the hospitality he received in
Miami when he was the truest
speaker at last year's Temple Beth
Sholom-Israel Dinner ol Sta'e.
Tlie group was flown on private
planes to strategic military posts.
including the Suez Canal Zone, the
Jordanian frontier. Golan Heights,
anil the Allenby Brifge where Jor-
danian tourists are now allowed
to pass in transit**! tourists.
Mr. Sapir gave a hearty, per-
sonal to 'in- Bond
i Kronish. "Minister
Sapii was di lighted to receh us."
he said "He is aware <>. the work
ol th- Mia : community and Tem-
ple Beth Sholom leadership."
The gio ;;> was ImIted to I-od
Airport to met t an El Al plane of
Russian immigrants just at the
time of the Sabena jet air-piracy
iso
The mission aeiegab experi-
enced a doubly powerful few noun
! at Lod Airport that day. We x.ere
invited to meet new immigrants
who spoke freely and excitedly in
. English. Yiddish and Hungarian
about building a future with the
, opportunity to learn lo live as
J.- in Israel. They said they
came to Israel because this i> the,
only way for them to survive a-
' Jews." Dr. Kronish reported.
At the same time, we experi-
enced the Israelis confronted with
the hijacking episode in a very
symbolic manner. The Israelis
showed the world that they are
simply not going to tolerate threats
to their air transportation life
line. Only ticket holders were al-1
lowed in the area after the :nci- i
dent, but procedures went a- usual,
flights landed an: departed in an
atmosphere of Israel's confidence
of their international right to fly
] freely from country to country,"
Dr. Kronish said.
During the recent Israel Bonds leadership fact-finding mis-
sion to Israel Dr. Leon Kronish deft,' discussed the State of
Israel Bonds' 197?. campaign with Israel's Finance Minister
Pinchas Sapir.
Brotherhood Plans Season's Final Dinner Wednesday
The Brotherhood of Temple Beth
El will hold its final dinner of the
season at 6:.".'J p.m. Wednesday in
the temple's Tobin Auditorium.
New officers and directors will be
elected at a short business meet-
ing following dinner.
The program will feature Bob
Northcott, who sings in Spanish.
French. Italian. German. Yiddish
and Hebrew. Charles Lyons, con-
cert pianist, will also entertain
Wives of members and Mends ar-
invited. Because of limited facili-
ties, reservations must reach the
temple office by noon Monda)
Wometco Theatres
nlRAClt|163'Si
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Dental Society To Elect New Officers
Friedman. Dr. Matthew Zucker
I man. Dr. Gary Golden. Dr. Arn-
, old Fine and Dr. Michael Go.-don.
Program chairman John Tabak
\ will Introduce the guest speaker
: for the evening, Miami News edi-
tor Sylvan Meyer, whoso topic will
.be "Professionalism."
the summer of 72
i
Miami Beach Dental Society will
hold its annual election of officers
for 19T2-73 Monday in the Algiers
Hotel starting at 6:30 p.m.
MARLON BRANDO
"THE
NIGHTCOMERS"
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Liza Minnelli
LIFIUA m
Nominating committee reeom-
| mentations include Dr. Joel M.
Hauptman, piesident: Dr. Robert
Apfel. president-elect; Dr. Her-
man Amar, secretary; Dr. John
Tabak, treasurer, and Dr. Mur-
ra) Smith, executive secretary.
Member- of the executive coun-
cil include Dr. Harold Foster. Dr.
Fred Lee Goldberg. Dr. Eiias
Topol Stars In "Saitoh"
The Young Israel Cinematheque
will present Toiwl, star of '"Fid-
c'lcr on the Roof in ihe Israeli
comedy "Sallah" in the synagogue
auditorium Sunday at 8:30 p.m.
Scholarship Fund Ball
The Sherman S. Winn scholar-
ship fund ball was held May 5 at
the Americana Hotel. Found-yl in
i960, the fund has raised $20,000
in hi i.i eligible young men and
women to further their education.
Book On Youth Published
The latest book by ret. Lt. Col.
Frank Montgomery Dunbaugh.
published this spring, is entitle'
"Youth Draws Us Toward the
Peaceful World of Tomorrow."
Col. Dunbaugh was in London last
week to lecture at Jews' College
on "The Arms of the Inquisition
in the New World."
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Friday, May 19. 1972
iAJorlJ Auxiliary President
---------------- :' When the Greater Miami Worn-
^______Page 5-B en's Auxiliary, Jewish Home for
"== the Aged, holds iis installation
Women's Division Officers
luncheon Tuesday noon in the
Rubaiyat Koum of Hie Algiers
.
Will Be Installed Tuesday
The Women's Division of the Maine Lofton, Mrs. Bea Levy,
G eater Miami Jewish Federation Mrs. Klninc Bloom, Mrs. Thelma
will install its 1972-73 officers at
thr organization'! open board meet-
i in the Federation building,
.i. 0 Biscayne Blvd., Thursday.
New officers Include Mrs. Reva
xler, president; vice presidents
Mrs. Evelyn Cohan, education;
Mrs, Toby Friedland, campaign;
' s, Patty Gross, community or-
izations; Mrs. Barbara II.u nun.
ship training, and Mrs. G.ver
Weinberger, area coordination:
Mrs Carol Wilson, corresponc'in;
recording secretary; Mr.
Linda Brickman, nominating corn-
it tee chairman; Mrs. Helene Ber
ger, parliamentarian, and Mrs.
Fran Levey, immediate past presi-
dent.
The Women's Division is di-
vided into three areas, Miami
Poach officers include Mrs. Mar-
cie Lei ton, chairman; Mrs. Judy
Smith, vice chairman; Mrs. Minna
FYiedman, secretary, an.l Mrs
I lava Lipsky, nominating chair-
man.
Serving North Dado area are
Mrs. Shirley Cohen, chairman;
Mrs. lloo Gi-uder, vice chairman;
Mrs. Ann Sokol, secretary, and
Mrs. K-tabeli Gcttie, nominating
chairman.
South Dade area is served by
Mrs. Bluma Marcus, chairman;
Mrs. Nancy Lipoff, vice chairman:
Mrs. Rosemary Furman. secretary
and Mrs, Barbara Gillman, nomi-
nating chairman.
The nominating committee in-
cludes Mrs. Marilyn Smith, chair-
man, and committee members Alr.s.
Nathanson, Mrs. Ellen Mandler
and Mrs Barbara Gillman. Mrs.
Myra Fair was previous chair-
man.
Reservations for the meetin
be made by calling the Greater
Miami Jewish Ke. eratl in's Wom-
en's Division.
Mrs. J. Mitchell
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The Suburban League, which
raises funds for Variety Children's
Hospital, has planned its annual
installation and awards luncheon
at 10:45 a.m. Monday in the Eden
Roc Hotel.
Chairmen of the affair are Mrs.
William Cooper, Mrs. Albert Mor-
rison and Mrs. Allan Bork. Enter-
tainment "ill be an original skit.
"It's a Woman's World." featur-
ing members of the League.
Also on the program will be
j presentation of honorary member-
ships to Mrs. Martin Gallant, Mrs.
j Martin Levitt, Mrs. Jay Mitdiell.
Mrs. Frank Shear and Mrs. Leon-
; ard Traurig.
Officers who will serve during
; 1972-73 are Mrs. Jay Mitchell,
! president ror a second term; Mrs.
Martin Gallant, -vlrs. Gerald Fa-
lick. Mrs. William Cooper and Mrs.
x Leonard Tupler, vice presidents;
| Mrs. Samuel Smith and Mrs. Mau-
I rice Friedland, secretaries; Mrs.
Harvey Stein, treasurer; Mrs. Jef-
' trey Lel'court, parliamentarian,
; and Mrs. Melvin Glass, chaplain.
Hotel. Mrs. Lawrence Silver nan
will be installed president for the
12th year.
Mrs. Sol Silverman. honorary
| life president, will be chairman of
the day. Mrs. Jack Popick, wife
Of the president of the Home,
(Douglas Gardens I will give the
invocation.
i
Following the luncheon, the pres-
ident will give her annual report
i on the fund-raising projects of
] each chairman.
Mrs. Sol Silverman, building
fund chairman, will embark on
her program for the new season
with some novel innovations. Mrs.
Silverman will also introduce the
installing ofliccr, Sam Hciman.
prominent community leader, who
will conduct the ceremony for the
officers and board.
For the musical portion of the
program, Mrs. Louis Makovsky
will present song stylist Catherine
Russell end pianist Aida Yaslo.
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GADDING ABOI'T: Bath and Harry Lambert went to Florida's
West Coast for fun and fishing at the Naples Beach Country Club and
net Be and Cikb* Gertier and Dottle u4 Munv GottUeat. who are
' ^ias*.s Joan and Lennie Haas off to the Electronics Coo*
vention at Las Vegas. txvry'li do some relaxing at the tables aiso .
Kdjth* and Harold Lichter are vacationing with IdeUe aad Dave Gar-
Ka in the Bahamas a much-needed rest for Edythe after her stint in
the hospital Bo*aU> lUnchberg at Parkway General Hospital fol-
lowing an emergency appendectomy Sports enthusiast Mark Gor-
man on crutches after knee surgery necessitated by a fall The
Je-t-Setters of Mar-Len Gardens Apartments chartered buses to take
them to Venice. Fia.. for the mineral baths and healing mud-packs .
Mk-key and her Dr. Sam Leb and their neighbors. Sheila and Bonnie
Friedel write that for once in their lives they've taken the correct
clothes for their trip through Portugal and Spainthe weather there
has been cooL they say. adding that they ""love the countryside and
the people." Dr. .Morton and Adrienae Zfatk heading for a Switzer-
land-and-Italy sojourn Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Brenmaa enroute
to New York to attend the Bris of their first great-grandchilda
bouncing 7 lb.. 4 oz. boy!
nuniuo-WUKLU
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i
mi. MICHAiL UMATON
Gail Pincus And
Michael Labaton
Exchange Vows
On their return from a honey-
moon in Mexico City and Acapulco,
the former Gail Bonnie Pincus and
her husband. Michael Labaton, will
live in Miami Shores.
Mr. and Mrs. Laba'on exchanged,
vows Sunday evening, May 14. at
Temple Emanu-El. where a recep-,
: tion followed the ceremony. Dr.
Irving Lehrman officiated.
ONE OF THE BOYS: Happy sixth birthday to Katie Cagar. Her j Attending the couple were Mrs. >
brothers. Steve, Dong and Larry, vetoed the bathing-suit gift sugges- Leo Grossman and Miss Shelley
tion given them in favor of a snorkel, mask and finsbecause she's Labaton. Harvey Pincus, best man
always taking theirs. and Sandy Labaton.

Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Pincus. 1365 So. Biscayne Pt. Rd..
the bride is a legal secretary-
The bridegroom is the son of
; Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Labaton. 1935
! ME 193rd St. A graduate of the
University of Miami, he plans to
I attend law school in the Fall.
NET RESULTS: The finais ot the first A venture Tennis Classic
were played Sunday and proved to be almost as exciting as the Rose-
wall Laver matches on TV the same day. It took three sets for the
father-son team of Ivan and Kevin Gock to defeat Morris Gmeaberg
and Dr. Herb Measiager for first place in the men's doubles division.
Claire Pataeraatx and Lois Raaeatfeal defeated Debbie Spooder and
Hillary Bosratfcal in the women's doubles division. Claire was best in
the women's singles as well, while Dr. Messinger reigned supreme in
the men's division. Tops in the mixed doubles category were Claire
Pomerantz and Stanley AageL
YOUNG ADVENTURERS: Michael Friedman, his college chum.
Steven Wril. and his albino German shepherd are off on a five-
week camping trip in a British Land Rover. Their trip will take them
across the Trans Canadian Highway to Banff National Park. Van-
couver. Calgary, to the world-famous rodeo and the great and beautiful
Pacific northwest area, including Washington and Oregon.
IN A DIFFERENT APPROACH to today's drug problem. Dr. Ed-
ward Jaffe discussed "Drugs and Their Misuse by the Medical Profes-
sion" as a guest on Ch. 10s "Mollie Turner Show" recently. The in-
teresting and informative program showed how doctors themselves
prescribed many "good" drugs only to discover that they had been
given indiscriminately and caused much harm.
MIXED EMOTIONS: Harold Brawn and his wife, Sylvia, love
Florida, but are leaving our fair town now that he's the new national
sales manager for RCA's classical music department and must work
out of New York City. They will live in Ft. Lee, NJ.; their home here
is up for sale. The Browns' son. Leslie, and his wife. Smde, and their
new baby daughter are living in Boston while Les does his graduate
work in Periodontristry at Boston University; their daughter. Ronnie,
who will graduate from the University of Maryland in June, has al-
ready secured a teaching position in the District Heights section of
Baltimore.
THE PARTY'S OVER: After a beautiful weekend of entertaining
family and friends in honor of their son David's Bar Mitzvah. all
should now be quiet in the 8. James Cahea household. However, plans
have been made to continue the celebration with a trip to the Holy
Land, and Phyllis Cohen is once again dashing madly about, getting
Ana, .Alan and David ready for the journey. Grandmother Eunice Hoff-
berger will accompany the entourage for their three-week stay in
Israel.
Shellev Meddin Will
0
Marry Bruce Hornik
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Meddin of
Savannah, Ga., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Shel-
ley, to Bruce Nelson Hornik. son
of Mr. and Mrs. George Hornik, ,
910 SW 4th Ave.
Miss Meddin received her B.S.
I degree in elementary education j
from the University of Georgia!
where she was a member of Delta j
Phi Epsilon sorority. She is em- j
ployed by the DeKalb County |
! Board of Education in Atlanta and ',
is studying for her master's degree ,
in elementary education at the
University of Georgia.
Mr. Hornik received his business <
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| Georgia, where be was a member
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The prospective bridegroom is
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after a successful series at Weight Watchers. The young eouple plan to marry '
this winter.
THRILLED: Sarit and Bob Krtaxraaa are simply thrilled with
their beautiful baby boy. Sarit. a Sabre, can't wait to show him off to '
her family and friends in Israel.
YOUNG HOSTESS: Janet Grneaherg took over the helm" as
hostess for a party for 60 of her friends on the "Surfside Six" house-
boat recently. The "crew" included her brother. Gary, Jeff Kane, Jeff
and Gordon Sbominer. Larry Koltun, Vivian Klepach and Shlra SeideL
The occasion? Her Bat Mitzvah.
KEEPING BUSY: Dr. Sol Nussl.aum and his Louisa have really
been busywhat with their new offices and new Miami Beach home.
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, By ISABEL GROVE
Hazel and Ben Essenwho have
tatt returned after attending the
much publicized wedding of Ro-
berto Alcjos' daughter, Maria, in
Guatemala are leaving Sunday
Pr a three-month trip around the
world which will also start off
with a wedding, this time in Lon-
don. The lessens, who have made
Innumerable friends all over the
world on previous trips, will be re-
visiting some of them, but also
.'!an t<> forage in new exotic areas.
They'll touch down in Africa,
Asia and Australia, take a first
look at Addis Abatia in Ethiopia,
.ay hello" to relative in Durban,
, isit dear friends in India, Afghan-
istan and Teheran, where they
may meet the Shah. Ha/el, an at-
tractive woman who is also one
of the best dressed in our commu-
nity, has solved her wardrobe
intlblem with unmussablc coordi-
nates in brown, orange and white;
the has concentrated on double
Knit suite, sophisticated long
skirts and pants outfit*.
-Ct *
Dr. Edward N. Tescher, a North
Miami Beach optometrist, attend-
td the 70th annual meeting of the
Florida Optometric Association at
Disney World late last month.
& -fr
When Sol Genet decided to give
his lovely wife, Barbara, a sur-
prise birthday party, he turned
the invitations over to daughters
Amy and Jackie. The 13 and nine-
year-old prodigies combed their
mother*! phone book, and under
her very nose, alerted 30 couples
to the secret gala planned. On
Satui lay, Sol took his wife, two
daughters and son, Lane. 16. out
to dinner. They left the house at
6:45 and at 7 o'clock the place
,\as overrun with musicians, bar-
tenders, waitresses, catered food
and decorations! No one could
doubt the utter and complete as-
tonishment on Barbara's face
when the family walked in at
9 p.m. Among guests were Byron
and Miriam Cherkas, Dan and
Diane Heller, Dr. AJ Gilson and his
Tat, Ken and May Braidman. Ju-
iian Pearson and his Honey, Dr.
and Mrs. Maxwell Daucr, Dr. Her-
I .oral Rabbi Honored
Temple Both Am will honor its
associate rabbi Arthur Z. Stein-
berg, during services Fri'ay eve-
ing. Rabbi Steinberg, who has
been with the congregation for
four years, serving as director of
the youth and school programs,
has been called to a pulpit in
Corpus Christ!, Tex.
bert and Milliccnt Swerdlow, and
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Kessler.
a a &
Jay and Yaffa Dermer held their
sixth annual Mother's Day cele-
bration Sunday. The former mayor
of Miami Beach and his wife host
the event every year, seeking out
especially those women who are
separated from their families. The
heart warming 9 to 11 a.m. affair
was held at the Governor's Cafe-
teria this year.
it Or -k
Spring the time for lovely
flowers and pretty birds is also
the time for presidents here in
South Florida. They are elected,
installed, honored and feted just
about around the clock. Among | Summit Meeting Prayer
Mrs. Tekoah Speaker For
ORT Luncheon May 25
Mrs. Yosef Tekoah, wife of Is-
rael's permanent Ambassador to
the United Nations, will be the
New Officers Installed
C.olda Meir Chapter of Pionee.
Women will install new officers a>
the season's closing meeting 01.
Wednesday noon at Washington
Federal. 1234 Washington Ave.
Harriet Green, president of the
Council will officiate, and Fannie
Gibson will entertain. Lena Push-
kin is chairman cf the day.
them is Pauline Lessem, who has
been serving as the leader of the
Forte Towers Group of Hadassah
and plans to continue for a third
term. To show their appreciation,
the group's board and associates
tendered Pauline a testimonial
luncheon catered by the Forte
Towers Restaurant. Among those
attending the gala event were the
honoree's husband, Dr. Jules Les-
sem, Mrs. Sherman Fast, immedi-
ate past president of Miami Beach
Chapter of Hadassah, and her suc-
cessor, Mrs. Emanuel Mentz.
ft ft
Mrs. David He.-rmann, national
president of the Women's Division,
American Society for Technion,
came from New York last week
for two luncheons here. The first.
on May 11, was the Miami Beach
Chapter's 10th anniversary cele-
bration in the Algiers Hotel. The
second. May 12, was the Miami
Chapter spring luncheon in the
Promenade Restaurant at the Mia-
marina. The North Dade Chapter
was represented by Mrs. Seymour
Lichtenfeld and Mrs. Alex Boj-
man. Presidents Mrs. Milton Sir-
kin and Mrs. Meyer Brilliant wel-
comed Mrs. Herrmann, whose
talks concerned the latest project
of the Women's DivisionMedical
Engineering.
Rabbi Tibor H. Stern of th-
Jacob C. Cohen Community Syna-
gogue, will lead a public prayer
in behalf of the forthcoming sum-
mit meeting to be held in Moscow
during services Friday, the first
day of the Shavuoth holiday.
Ida Cooper 75, Hosts Party
Lincoln Chapter. B'nai B'rith
Women, will meet for a luncheon
and card party Wednesday noon
in the club room of 100 Lincoln
Rd. Luncheon hast will be Ida
Coo[>er, who is marking her 75th
birthday.
Pediatric Society Dinner
The Greater Miami Pediatric
Society dinner will be held in the
Promenade Restaurant Saturday
at 7 p.m.
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MRS. YOSIf TCK0AH
guest speaker at the Women's
American ORT Bond-with-Israel
luncheon honoring Mrs. Louise
Cohen. The event will be held at
noon Thursday, May 25, in the
'ontainebleau Hotel under the
auspices of State of Israel Bonds.
Mrs. Tekoah was born in Ru-
mania and came to Israel as a
young nii 1. She joined the Minis-
try for Foreign Affairs in 1949.
and was an assistant in Israel's
United Nations Department and
its Information Department. In
1953 she became director of the
Public Relations Department ol
the Women's International Zionist
Organization in Israel.
Mrs. Tekoah came to New York
in 1958 with her husband, who was
Deputy Permanent Representative
of Israel to the United Nations for
two years. After Mr. Tekoah's ap-
pointment as Ambassador to Bra-
zil in 1960. the family followed
him there and later went with
him to Moscow when he was ap-
pointed Ambassador to the USSR.
In 1965, the Tekoah family re-
turned to Israel, where Mrs. Te-
koah became a member of the
World W1ZO Executive Organize
tion and was in charge of public
relations until 1968, when Ambas-
sador Tekoah received his present
appointment in New York.
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Frida
commander of the Tactical Air
Command, will address a lunch-
eon of the combined civic clubfl
01 Miami at the Everglades Ho-
tel, Friday.-^"he occasion, winch
will lu ,in at noon Ls being
hosted by the Downtown Ki-
wanis Club ani co-ordinated by
the Armed Forces peague of
Miami The annual "Armed
Forces Day Parade" ill march
down Biscayne B vd. past Flag-
lii St. at 8 p.m.
to
Kenneth l>. Rosen, president
of the Miami Board of Realt< rs
and a frequent i ritic of Florida's
apprentic shi;i squirements For
real estate sal* imcn, has boen
i pointed chairman of the Flor-
i ,1 Real Estate Commission's
now Statewide Apprenticeship
A \ isory Committee.
* -to
The Dade county Commission
on the Status of Women will
hold its second public hearing
Saturday in the new South Dade
Governmental Center, 10710
SW 211th St. from 10 a.m. to
2 p.m. "We are setting up -his
open meeting," explained COSW
chairman MeUle Brilliant, "so
that the women in Dade County
can come and tell us whether
we are being properly responsive
to their needs and how we can
improve." Any citizen \ho
would like to discuss a problem
unique to women or offer sug-
gestions lor helping women in
tin community is invited to ad-
dress the Commission.
tf.jf.iy.
Arnold (ieler, president, and
National Insurance Consultants.
Inc.. have been elected to mem-
bership in the American Insti-
tute of Professional Association
Group Insurance Administrators,
ft fc ^r
K. Albert l'allot, chairman of
Miami's Committee on Ecology
and Ueautiiication, tuts been se-
lected to receive the Ecology
Honor Roll Award. Hurry K.
Hewitt, president of Ecological
Strategies, Inc., has announced.
Mr. Pallet earned the Citation
"for his 11-year leadership of
the committee and in recogni-
tion of his efforts to prcs
Miami's environment."
ft -to
Roger Spring has .joined the
Carner Bank of Miami Beach as
vice president in charge of in-
i stallment loans. Mr. Spring, a
graduate of Syracuse Uni\ jr-
sity, tomes to the Carner Bank
from the Dixie National Bank,
where he was executive vice
president. He is a past presi lent
of Group Elgt>+ Installment
Bankers, which is part of ihe
American Bankers Association.
V- # #
Miami Beach Councilman Her-
bert Magnet has been named to
the Florida Hast Committee ,'or
the 1972 Democratic National |
Convention by GV. Renbin O'D. i
Askew.
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, Roxcy Bolton Guest Speaker j
Rocy Bolton, founder of
"Women in Distress." was the fea-
; tnred speaker at the monthly o|>cn
| lunch meeting sponsored by Tem-
: pie Beth Sholom Sisterhood
Wednesday evening.
Cochairmen of the affair were
Mrs. Allan Wilson and Mrs. Mar-
vin Stonberg. Mrs. Meyer Kotler
is Sisterhood president and Mrs
Robert Joel serves as hospitality
chairman.
MRS. JACKIE SHtlR
Hillel Women
Plan Brunch
The newly organized Women for
Hillel is sponsoring its first mom-
bership-boutique-brunch Wednes-
day at 10 \.m. In the home ot Mrs.
Cyrl Doner, 2385 NE 194th St.
The Hillel School, which encom-
passes nursery through seventh
grade, is opening an eighth grade
class this Fall.
Cochairmen of the party, Mrs.
Joshua Weinberg, membership
vice president, and Mrs. Arnold
Shelr, pnsident of the group, arc
also accepting reservations.
Mrs. Kaquelle Schcck will be
in charge of boutique items which
will inclui'c watches, belts and
jewelry.
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Association, 1200 Alton Rd.
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Senior IIili
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Offers

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Rosenberg Jeanttte Rosen
- 'aft .
Susana Forin
d
Robert Kessler
i:\NKTTK ROSEN
services Friday eve-
iij 19. at Templo Tlfcrethl
include the Bat Mit/-
tte, daughter of Mr. \
'rs, Arthur Rosen, 11355
- Dr., Perrlne.
h grade student at
.1 : '.- High School in
Jea -tte is a special stu-
Ra i Maurice Klein or
i 1st
[rs. Rosen will host tho
-nab il in the temple social
)].....ig the ceremony. Here
asion will bo the uele-
Errand ather, Harry Rosen
i i Springs, N.Y.
ROBERT KB99USR
- >ii of Mr. and Mrs.;
..-->:.-.. will celebrate his
/ ih during Saturday
vicci ;it Temple both;
20
student at the Ran
>School, Robbie has won ten-,
i -tit awards and Is the
ii Jo: mascot in the Vouth
,mt's grandmother,
i [taster, and Mr. and
: Schulman will attend
ind Kiddusii which
i services,
: : r -v
l \\ \ 1-WltlX
i htor of M". a-d M-s.
m Fa: if 1912 SW 18th St..
i Bat Mitzvah Sat-
ing, May 20, at Beth
gatlon.
r the occasion will be
and
stu-
iigh
leth
four
Susana's grandparents, Mr.
Mrs. Victor Farin of Turkey.
Susana is a seventh grade
dent at Shenandoah Junior 1
School and has attended
David Hebrew School for
years.
r>
ROBERT ROSEXBERfl
Roiiert Nathan, the .on of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry G. Rosenberg will
be called to the Torah as a Bar
Mitzvah Saturday morning May
20, at Beth Israel.
Boh is a seventh era 'e student
at the Hebrew Acadomw
Jazz-Rock IT
North Miami i: ach Senior High
will present entertainment w it'i a
musical beat, "Jazz-Rock Rx-
iB0*aZtV' en Thursday bYda*/
am Saturday, Mas 18 ihrougn 20
in the school auditorium.
Fi during some 7. students
from the school's music depart-
ment including Ted Fit issig, Le-
roy Williams, Francois LeCroix
and Shelly Segal, the musical is
under the direction of Mrs Mad-
j eline Feickert, director of chorus
and vocal groups, and Mrs. He,mis
I Silkohakken. c'lrector of in-trii-
i mental music and band.
Dr. Kenneth Jenkins is princi-
pal of the school.
Installation And
Dinner Dance Set
The newly elected officers of
Temple Tilereth Jacob and Sister-
hood will be installed by Rabbi
Nathan Zolondck Friday at 8:15
p.m.
Marvin Rcichcnibaler wi'i serve
his second year as president of
Tilereth Jacob; Mrs. I^on Eisen-
man Ls president of Sisterhood.
An installation dinner-danee will
be held at the Dunes Motel Satur-
day at 8 p.m.
A highlight of this week's Bond-with Israel luncheon was
the presentation of the Woman of Valor pin to Mrs. Leonaid
Wolpe (left) by Mrs. Morris Herman, Miami Hudassuh
Chapter president, and Dr- Eugene Labovitz spiritual leader
of Temple Ner Tamid. The ladies gathered for a 'sherry
reception" in the Fontainebleau's Garden Lobby ut 11:00
a.m. and were entertained by an Israeli folk group through-
out the noon luncheon. The president of each of the 24 Miami
Hadassah groups was presented v/ith the State of Israel
Scroll of Honor for their efforts on behalf of Israel.
The celebrant will be honored
at a formal reception at the Ros-I
enberg home Sunday evening.
Sharing in the festivities will b
his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Si'_:muiid Schermcr of Miami
Bi ach, and the Aron Rosenborg
family from California.
IW>n;L\S (iRF.F.NBAI M
Douglas Avery, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Richard Greenbauni, will ob-
serve his Bar Mitzvah during Sat-
urdav morning services at Temple
Beth El May 20.
Douglas is a seventh grade stu-
Local Group Honored
The Greater Miami ninpto" of
l
ik'iit at John F. Kennedy Junior
High. He will be honored by his;
parents at the Oney Shabbat Fri-
day evening.
Guests for the celebration will !
include his grandparents, Mr. and i
Mrs. Max S. Aarons of Miami
Beach, and John Greenbaum of
Syracuse, N.Y.
Education Board Lawyer
Runs For Supreme Court
The attorney for the Florida I
Board of Education has announced ;
that he will seek a seat on the
Florida Supreme Court. Rivers i
Buford, Jr., whose father served I
as a Justice of the Supreme Court j
for 22 years, said he will res ism I
his position as general counsel for'
the education board in July.
Mr. Buford, 45, is a native of
Tallahassee and a graduate of the I
University of Florida and its iaw j
school. The Tallahassee attorney
was an assistant attorney general
in charge of public education mat-
ters from 19GG until 19t!9.
by the National Myasthenia Gra-
\Ls Foundation, whose president
i- Murray Blaivas. Mrs. A. J.
Mvasthenia Gravis has been pre- i
senior with a plaque for "out- Blaivas is present ot the l.tcal
standing achievement for the year"1 chapter.
CAMP WAYNE
SUMMER CAMP COOL BLUE RIDGE MTS.
PRESTON PARK, PA.
Boys and Girls Age 4-16
Relaxed Atmosphere Private lake
Individualized Programs Jewish Cuisine
Professional Staff Fee-S 1025-8 Weeks
Miami Representative: Jules Rowen 661-9635
SP
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HHRMNI
B&KBsSfrm

Saturday Was Flagler's 1st
Million-Dollar Day Of 1972
Fabulous Flakier, which began
its second full week of the summer
dog racing season Monday attained
its first 1972 million-dollar day
last Saturday. Totals of 15,2."0 in
attendance and $1,034,177 in mu-
tuel handle were recorded Satur-
day as Flagler staged the qualify-
ing round of its $12,500 Marathon
Stakes Championship.
Saturday's million-dollar da\
was the eighth recorded by FlaR-
ler, and the fourth largest total
handle. Average handle for the
first eight days of the me t is
$704,699.
te
***
Eli Andron Appointed
Eli Andron has been appointed
general manager of the Imperial
House, a luxury oceanfronl high
rise at 5255 Collins Ave., Miami
Beach.
HARDER HALL
GOLF-TENNIS
CAMP FOR
TEENS (Co-Ed)
On beautiful Rex Beach Lake in the rolling lake-rldge
country of Florida's Central Highlands A superior summer
camp program t Florida's First Golf Resort 18- hole
Championship Course Individual coaching in golf, tennis
and water sports by top Pros Pool and lake swimming
Water skiing Sailing Driver Ed. Fishing "Trips
Socials Discotheque Academic tutoring available.
CAMP DIRECTORS: VICTOR E. JACOBSON, JAMIE JACKSON
For Brochure and Particulars write: Abe Rif kin
Harder Hall Golf-Tennis Camp
Completely Air Cond. Sebring, Fla. call collect 813-385-0151
VN>
>%
"A Camp With A Learning Experience""
HEBREW ACADEMY SUMMER DAY CAMP
2400 PINE TREE DRIVE, MIAMI BEACH
::',:::vk
JUNE 12 THRU AUGUST 4 BOY> ANO G'RIS AGES 3 TH-U 13
..,
AIR CONDITIONED BUILDING
FREE BUS TRANSPORTATION
HOT LUNCHES
PROFESSIONALLY DIRECTED
The only hotel and resort president ever to be simultaneously
Guarded two five-star ratings in the prestigious Mobil Travel
G^ude, Howard Kaskel (lef!) is pictured as he accepted ths
u-''.rrecei.ented double honors from Arnold Fury, manager of
-icrvel Services for Mobil Oil Corp. The awards were be-
stowed upon Doral On-The-Ocean of Miami Beach as one of
he 10 fu-.est hotels in the nation, and Doral Country Club of
Miami an one of the 12 top resorts. The Dorals are the only
Proparfclaa in the Miami area rated five-star for 1972.
SCIENCE
lob Experiments Science Projects
Noture Study
' ATHLETICS
Swimming Instruction & Awards
Complete Sports Program
Entire camp srotram under personal guidance of Rabbi Alexander S. Gross
ARTS & CRAFTS
Air Conditioned Art Room
Weekly Held trips, eutinrjs
All activities under the supervision of our
own experienced ond well trained special
DRAMATICS
i Skits Voice Projection
Dancing
Singing
CALL 532-6421 FOR INFORMATION


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Friday, May 19, jgjj
30th Ambulance To Be
Dedicated On May 28
The 30th ambulance given to the
people of Israel since the Six-Day
War of June, 1967, through the
American Red Magen David for
Israel will be dedicated in cere-
monies to be held at the Greater
Miami Hebrew Academy. 240C
Pine Tree Dr., Miami Beach. Sun-
day. May 28.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry' Os-ip of
1720 Pine Tree Dr., civic and reli-
gious leaders, have donated the
?ntire sum for the purchase of a !
new. 1972 General Motors ambul-
ance, which will be turned over to
Israel*? official Red Cross aeeivcy
the Magen David Ar\>m. according i
to Samuel Reinhard, Florida state'
chairman or the American Red
' Magen David for Israel and s>-:iior
; vice president of Hebrew Acad.-my.
David Coleman. president of the
Miami Beach chapter of th.- Red
Magen David, will preside at the
10:30 a.m. ceremonies. Sol D.es-
cher, a'so of Miami Beach and a
national board member of the
Israel R?d Cross agency, will re-
ceive the keys from Mr. and Mrs.
0--i;>.
Members of Temple Beth Sho-
!om. Harry and Fannie Ossip
moved to Florida nine years ago.
Born in R'issia 80 years ago it
s in honor of his birthday that
they are donating the ambulance
he moved to New York at the
age of 18.
In New York, he was president
of the Ben Israel Welfare Organi-
zation and a leader of the Anto-
ix>!er Young Men's Benevolent As-
sociation. He was honored by the
State of Israel Bonds and other
organizations for his support of
Israel and Jewish people every-
where at a New York City testi-
monial dinner in 1959.
The Ossips took the leadership
in building the Antopol Synagogre
in Israel, named for the town in
Polish Russia where he was born. 1
and also established a loan fund in
Israel where needy men and wom-
en can turn to in times of personal
crisi-.
arming Ivj
yours,
h
Israeli violinist Itzhak Perlman and his wife (seated) were
entertained in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Bodin last month
after his concert at Temple Beth Sholom. Thev are shown
with their hostess, (left) and Judy Drucker, Cultural Arts
Chairman at the temple.
Before Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kammer of Miami Shores could
snap a finger, Lynda Davis, a waitress at the 79th Street
Causeway dining spot "Place for Steak" was on the scene
to take their order.
David Stern, who received
commendation this week for
outstanding participation in this
year's State of Israel Bends
campaign, served as chairman
for the first Seacoast Towers
Israel Dinner of State last
month. He is a founder of the
Jewish Center of Atlantic Beach,
a trustee at Temple Emanu-El,
and president of the Seacoast
Towers East Men's Club
Rep. Featherstone Seeks
Dade Circuit Judgeship
State Rep. Harold G. Feather-
stone a three-term member of the
Florida legislature, announced his
candidacy for one of Dade's four
new circuit court judgeships.
Mr. Featherstone served on the
Judicial Reform Committee that
helped create the new circuit court
judgeships. He was twice cited by
the half-million member Florida
Credit Union League as an out-
standing lawmaker.
GOLD
U.S. mix. 4 omit fopkicn
COLO AV All Alll
GUAANTttO MNUINI!
SIDNEY W. SMITH
RARE COINS
J51lliieyn. II... 377-12M
ASSISTANT
RABBI
Tbrah reader, Bar-Mitzwa
teacher desires position.
Write A. R., Box 2973, Miami,
Fla. 33101
TELEVISION
ANTENNAS
ROTARY & STATIONARY
INSTALLED-REP AIRS-MOVED
iJiCJ LOGAN 821-0121
DAYTIME CHILD CARE?
2 yrs. I up Hot Meals In-
struction Playground.
The Aberdeen School
2106 N.W. 24th Ave. 434-0522

KAY'S HOME
DECORATORS
C0ST0M MADE SUKOVERS. ClOTM.
YOOtS OR OOt MATERIALS.
CALL 861-1482
NAT LOUPUS
FURNITURE REPAIR SPECIALIST
Tench-up in th* home. Cigererte
berns removed. Chain repaired I
recovered. Upholstery repairs. An-
tiejeei restored. 8*3-0679, 44-4404
SEMI-RETIRED
COUPLE
(Senior Citizens)
Leaving North, wish position cut-
todisn or similar: husband former
chefsalary secondary. Living
quarters imperative. Write S.R.C ,
o 2*7% Miami, Fla. 33101
Leonard and Gloria Luria re-
ceived the State of Israel Shalom
Award at the recent Temple Beth
Am-lsrael Dinner of State in the
Fontainebleau Hotel. For this oc-
casion Mrs. Luria chose a stun-
ning black gown with a high neck-
line, long sleeves, and deep slit on
the side that was edged with rhine-
stones.
The nautical motif was seen on
the gown worn by Mrs. William
Sanes. Her white bodice featured
an ovensized sailor-style collar
and her skirt was in navy blue.
Mrs. Milton Sadoffs black silk
jersey had long sleeves, a decollete
neckline, fitted bodice, and a deep
flounce around the hemline of its
full skirt. Mrs. Donald Klein chose
a blue denim jumper over blue and
white checked long sleeved, ruti led
blouse.
Chairmen of the committee of
hosts were the Alvin Roses. She
was in a red silk jersey with em-
pire bodice embroidered in irides-
cent sequins. Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Bai\>s were chairmen of the
reception committee. The layered
look was featured in her three-
piece print ensemble, which in-
cluded a long skirt, a sleeveless
bolero and a white, long-sleeved
ruffled blouse.
Mrs Barton Udell topped her
silver silk skirtdress-styled *own
with a white silk fringed stole
from Columbia. Mrs. Al Levine
selected a black velvet with high
neck and long sleeves. Mrs. Nico
Feldmans silk jersey was in a
multi-colored floral print. Her
necklace was of rare green amber I
from Cairo. Mrs. Harold Sanes
combined rose and burgundy col-
ors, and lace and velvet fabrics
Into a mast attractive gown.
Chairman of the i inner was Dr. I
Maxwell Dauer. Mrs. Dauer de-1
signed and made her gown of iced j
green silk organza combining ';old j
lame and yellow em broidery in
an over-all pattern. She also .^lad*
the matching stole and handbag.
Mrs. Al Lewis wore a romantic^
ally exciting red chiffon owt.
Black silk chiffon was the cnoic;
of Mrs. Leo Bluestein. She cam.
bined it with a white chiffon skirt
and trimmed it with multi-colorei
floral banded inserts.
Mrs. Murray Birchaasky wore
black silk jersey with a sleeveless,
fitted bodice in a multi-colored
print. Mrs. H. M. (Chicki Ponn's
gown featured a red rooster print
on black. Mrs. Joseph Luria's silk
gown featured spring blossoms in
an over-all print.
The black and white ch.^ck wai
cone in silk taffeta in the sown
worn by Mrs. Robert Miller. The
ensemble featured a tailored jacket
and "tie." Mrs. Bernard MandJefi
choice was the classic styled black
silk crepe. Her capelette was com-
pletely covered in floral petals o:
silk organza. Mrs. Joe So'.onor,
wore the long tailored look in rel
and white checked gingham. Her
jacket featured wide lapels and
fitted waist. The ensembl.' was
comoleted with a white ani rei
polka dotted tie.
JACOB
SCHACHTER
0V THt Ati
MAT TOUR
Avoam
YIDDISH MUSK
RVBTY SUNOAT AT NOON
RADIO STATION WLTO
1200 On Your Dial
COMPLETE LINE OF
JIM DANDY FEEDS
for horses, dogs, cattle, pigs, chickens, etc.
Dadeland Farm and Garden Supply
'0001 S.W. 77th Av... phone 271-4500
CADILLACS
69s 70s
Ma MHoa. Cwp DtVillts, El lera-
. m frrnr Lease Caeillacs. ^
MUSTSUl
Sm Nseer.es ef Cellars. AN Celers
OMm t< Eeesj-isst. Lew-Le Miles.
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532-5421
BROWARD
525-9300
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AUTO LEASING, inc.
;\1545 ALTON RD., MIAMI BEACf


Mar 19, 1972
+Jmitl) FhrfdHOfl
Paqe 11-3
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY.
CASE NO. 72-9706
NOTICE OF SUIT
lii Hi : Tin- Mnrrlngi ''
'I i; V II, PEREZ,
Wife
and
Jose perez,
Husiinnd.
'Ii >: .1ISK PEREZ
Residence I'nknown
V| 11 ..A**,i 1KUI: I: Y NOTI Kl I i_
Ilinl hii Hot lull for I > i I u i Ion "i Mai
rlage ha* been filed agalnsi you and
you are required to serve n cops
your written ill If any, In il
on EM wi'EI. I K\ KNSON. Atlorne)
for Pelriloiii r, vvIiom ddn Buile
i.i l- i'.' West Flintier Street, Miami,
Florida and fill the orlKlnal with the '
Clerk of the ;i 1 ?.. *. styled courl on ..,
before June -'!. 1972; otherwise h
juilKmi'iil may entered iigninel you
lui ihe relief demanded in the com-
lilaint or petition,
WITNESS my hand and thi Real
of -miiI Court "ii ili< ii day of May,
1972.
10 B. LEATHBRMAX
As clerk ,.r siil.I Court
By: R. M. KISBEE
As I leputy lerk
(Cireull Courl Seal)
G 19-2 ii 8-9
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL no i itt
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XiiTh i: IS HEREBY lilVION thai
Hi.- ili.il- i Mtiifil. desiring I" engage
iii business under the fictitious name
,.f Mil)AN 1.1.MIT 101 > ni 5430 Alton
Road, Miami Beach, Florida intends
ii. :.li .i said name uiih the Clerk
nt th Cireull < '"in i "i I lade i 'ouiit) .
PI. rldn
Mldan, Inc.
Uj Michael Harvi y
(General Partner
.\ii. hai i t)a id Han ej
% I Tut, il Purl per ,
I la vid Bruce H:i i \ \
Llmlti 'l Part ner
Ann Harvey
Limited Partner
i'VI'I'V A. NBVINg
Attorm > for .Mi,i;m Limited
sj", Arthur (iodfrey Koad
Miami Beach, Fla. :'.;II4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKItKH i Cil\ I. i
tin- undersigned, desiring t" i
nu tens under thi fli llllou*
of BOX KINO-MIAMI ;ii I',' I) :
!4*63 Ocean View. Branch, Miami Bea ',
Florida 33140 Intends la peg 1
name with tin Clerk of th i i
1 '"in i "i I mill i 'ountj I-'1.......
MARILYN Tl >K \ YEH
OROVER WEINSTE1N A ST.Ml
P.A. __J
. lorpej s for Mm yn Tnkayer
i jncofa UttS'l -> ..- ..
. Miami Beach, I'loi
-, ID I I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEKEUV UIVE.N thai
the undersigned, dealrlng to engage
in tiusint-ss under the fictitious name
..I LOS I'lLI.I'El.oS <'HII.DKEX S
H ioai: nt 8000 \v. 12th Avenue. Kla-
leah, Flu. intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
ni Dade i 'ounty, Florida.
JOSE TOPBZ
TERESA LOPEZ
:, 19-2(1 6 2-9
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOLa N.it LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEX I
the undersigned, desiring to ,
in business under the fictitious
of V(|ui i hi- I;., mi nl al 2CS w ,- _!t
Street, Hialeah, Intend i" regb r
said name with th, Clerk of th,
cull Courl ,,f Di,i, County, l
(Sodofredo I'uimi Pal tner
21 Hector Pupo Partner
88 North Miami Beach, Fla
S/19-26 8 2-9
ie ciosing session of the Bureau of Jewish Educaiio'i-
:ute of Jewish Studies Talmud class, Cantor Saul if.
,':.. 'right) presented the class gift to Dr. Isaac Untermau.
Ei*am To feature
Chapter, B'nai B'rith
I k l on I'ui'Sil IJ al
ii, in the Washington Fed-
Nl LGTth St. ProgramI
Sara Sandberg who
tv Mama Made Mi iks,'
er G ildie."
argf >f reservations are
\ : n- Bernstein, presi lefll.
Schonflold.
LEGAL NOTICE
.OTICE OF ACTION
.aTRUCTIVE SERVICE
iNO PROPERTY)
E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
VIL ACTION NO. 72-9815
TION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
THK MARRIAGE >F
>X) ll\ HE, JK., Petitioner,
; HYDE. Respondent.
-..-. K iii BE, Respondent
Place
llle. New York
AUK HIORBU) NOTIFIED
for i ilssolutlon ,,f Mm -
- I,i en filed against you and
required to Kerve n copy of
1. 1,-list's, if liny. I" il
.1AM >FF .>: L1ADER, atlorne)
hoi nddreRM is ^-'"
il Miami Beach, Florida
Ii tl.....iKinal n iili the
> myli ,l courl on or
I !i"" "ill, i wine n de-
. lered nRainsl >"ii for
i i iled In the complain!
i -Mull be published once
onm uiiv eeka
. .IKWISH FI.ORID1AN
tn\ hatifl iiml tin seal "i"
' :>' Miuml, Florida on Hiis
tla>, 1972.
K I! LEATHERMA.V,
i i cuii i "ourl
iii 'ounty, Florida
' P COPBI ANH
\- Benutj Clerk
I'i'Urt Seal)
I ,v BAUER, i-ISi.'S.
Road
I-.....'Ida 33139
Ivini.....<
-, pi. 'i: ii -',
NOTICE OF ACTION
ONSTRUCT1VE SERVICE
NO PROPERTY)
HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
:VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
F FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
VIL ACTION NO. 7''-10045
-T:0N FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
Th, ttnrrlnec ,.r
JT 'IERAI.U .MI'l.l.INS,

...I
VX tl.MUK Mil.I.INS.
"ii'
ill
yB] VX MARUt Mil.I.INS
to \niwlerblll Place
--l.viii... Tennesaec
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
.ii lion for liissi.iiitinn ,.r Mar
nan hnen filed against vou and
required to nerve n oopy of
rttti n defenoea, if any, i" i<
'. -''',v ZBMEI., attorney
Minii.r. ivhoxe addrem is P.O.
'_,L*S N.io iiisrd Rtreet, Worth
' eh, Florida S12, and file
"ti'i.-iI with the olerk of Ihe
'M,il courl on or before Juno
-: otherwise n default win be
1 iiu-.imsi you for the relief de-
fl in the cnmnlalnt or pf'tltion
notice Rhnll be nuhllshcil onoe
k'k for four ronsecuttve weeks
^IIAVISII FI.OfMDIAX.
r.. ', S ",V h!""1 I""1 ">' "'I Of
W al Miami, Florida on this
"May, 107-j
' l: I K I'l'MKltMAV,
V '?erk, circuit Court
JHnle County. Florlila
yc P ioim'.I.ANU
. ,.'}" Oeniity fieri;
^^Ziomri.. ESQ.
S: 'i-d Street
IMnl Roach, Horida MK.2
"> fl'i Petitioner
B 19-28 I .'-
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY tllVEX thai
ihe undersigned, deslrhiff to eugnge In
liusin,-s under Ihe fictitious name of
OEXERAL ORCiANIC OEVEI.OP-
MENT al 2R2S Oak Avenue, *..>conul
drove, Fla. Intenx register sni.l
name with the Clerk ( the Circuit
t*ourl of l>:iii>- County Florida
OERALn EXOEL
MARILYN ADAMS
.". 1 -1; t; r. ;.fl
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEHEIIY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under tin- fictitious name
of AXTI-Bl'ROI Mt Al AR*>" SV.
'I'K.MS SII'PI.Y en :n I95.M \".\V.
2nd Avc. Miami. Fin, Intends i" r,t-
llster s:,i,l name with the Clerk ,>f
the cireull Court ,,f I'aile County,
Florida.
MICHAEL litiN'/.M.K'/
:, 19-21 ii -'
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2423
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate ,,f
ABRAHAM BRAOER
Deceased.
I,, aii Creditors and All Person* Hav-
ing claims or Hemiinils Against Said
You are hereby ii"iifi,-,l and required
io present any clalnu and demands
which you nviv have against the i
late of APRAH \M BRAOER deceased
late of Dade County, Florida, i" the
County Judges of Hade County, and
file the same In duplicate and as i>n>-
vlded In Section 7:::: I ; Florida Stnt-
,,... i [heir offices in the '<'">>
Courthouse in Had. County, Fiorina,
within six i ilen.i.ii- months from ihe
inn. of the first nubllcn.....I he.......
or Ho- same Ml be b ored
Dated al Miami. Florida, Ihls l.ith
da] "i Maj. A.H 11*72
' BEI.M \ BRAOER, Executrix
First puhlii ntlon of 'his notice on
ii,, mth day of May, I Ml
.Marvin I. Wiener. Esq.
Attorney for Executrix
1212 Alnslev Bulldhig
Miami. Florida fi (;|__. (. ., ,,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEHEM* UIVEX Inal
il,e undersigned, desiring Jo engage
In business under ihe fli lltloun name
!," pHll IP m flREENBERO, M 0. al
01,1 DuPnul I'laza Center, Miami. 1-la
Intends to register -aid name with
,|... i-i,.ii, of the Cireull < ourl of
111.1, Couiiiy Florida
PHII IP M UREENnBRO, M [.. P A
Sowrln r, Zi m. I, Roskln, Hellbronnei
Vltornev* foi apnlicanl
..... S Ills, nj ne Boulevard
Miami. Fla. |;i ,,. _,_,,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-2433
In ItK: Estate "I
NOAH SOFPER
^NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hny-
Ing Claims or Demands Against Said
You are hereby notified ad requlr-
ed lo nieseiil any claims and domanus
which vou may have again*! the ej.
!n of"N'ovH BOPFTSR d.....ii-ed late
f rtade County. Florid,,, to Ihe I oun-
,v .iu.li.-es of Dade County, and me
the name In duroleate and as provid-
ed in Se, ....., 78S Ifi. Florida IStM.. e".
I their oflloei In the Cour > Court-
house hi Had, County. ''";i',:,1 "l'!""t
.ix calendar months from the time oi
ihe firsl imldiealion hereof, or the
same will he burred
Haled :it Miami, llniiila
'h'V"r m&.$ % rfo^AX
HI USA B. sni'i'ioi:
As EseelHors
First publloatlon of Uns notice on
,he lth day of Mav. im
CMUIN. ROTHENBBRO, Ko'.AN
A KORNR1 CM
i,v: Zev w Kogan
Attorney for Z.v \V Kogan and
horn B. Poffer _
420 Unoeta Bead, Mi;">'i.n,;'".;l1'1,'.v'M
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2036
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
DAVID II.I.MAN
I I", ease.I
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
, Estate
You are her. I.y notified and re-
quired ," present an) claims and tie- '
mauds which you mai have agaliisl
Ihe estate ol DAVID I 1.1.man de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida.
lo ilie County Judges ,! Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided 111 Section 7.::: i;. Florida
Statutes, in their office* in the Cnum-
ii Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
i Ida, within six calendar mouths from
the lime of Hi, first publication here-
of, or iln sain, u ill he hnrri il
l iatod ai Miami. Florida, this ii day
"I May, ah 1972
Sandra 1'llnian
As Administratrix
Flral publication of Ihls notice on
the Huh day of Ma). IMS.
, Marx M Faber
i Attorney for Executrix
':, Alnsley Building
Miami, Florida 33132
:. i!i-6 ,; 2-m
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN thai
tiie undersigned, desiring lo engage
in business under the fictitious name
of M. B. SALES CO. at 280 X.W. 82nd
Avenue, Miami. Fla. mtende to regis-
ter said name with the lerk of the
Circuit Courl of Had.- County, Flor-
ida.
MARIO BOLIVAR
v lii-20 i; "-9
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTYCIVIL ACTION
NO. 72-9800
PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
EITHEI. N. DJEGl'EZ, Wife.
and
JOSE RAIL DIEGI'EZ, Husband.
TO: JOSE RAIL DIECI'EZ
e n Mrs. Angelina Miller
601 West 137th Street, Apt ",7
New York, Nt York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai a Petition for Dissolution of your
Marriage has 1..... filed and commenc-
ed in this court and you are required
io serve a copy of your written answ-
er and defenses, If any, on AINSI EE
II FERDIE. attorney for Petitioner,
whose address is 1150 S.W, Isi St.,
Suii. -3115. Miami. Fin and file Ihe
original iih ihe clerk of the nbovi
styled court on
1972. otherw Ise
before June 28,
default "ill be en-
i red against yon for ihe relief prayed
for in said petition
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
WITNESS m> hand and the seal of
-aid courl .u Miami, Florida on this
12th day of Mav. 197
10. It I.EATHERMAN.
As i 'I.i k. Circuit Court
1 ia,le i "i,my, Florida
By P. COPEI.AND
As Deputy Clerk
H 'ircull Conn Seal i
AINSI.1010 It FERDIE
-' | I ISO S.W. is, St., Suite-Ill.".,
Miami. Fla 3813"
Attorney for Petitioner
lei: (3n:.i ::7l-.-.ii:,
19-21! 0 '-'-'
tWi
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-9967
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: Th. Mnrringe of
Ji IHNNY Ht'DOINS. Husband,
and
AHA W HCDOIN8, Wife
Tip AHA W. Hl'DOINS
Last known Residence
I .-.IB S.E. 18th
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
TO l' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an notion for Dissolution ol Mar-
riage lias heeii filed auajnsl you and
you are required to serve ropy ol
your written defenses, if any, to it on
, JERRY A. nt'l'.NS. attorney for Peti-
tioner, whose address is 90S City
National Rank Ituildlni;. 2.". West Plag-
| ler Street. Miami. Florida 331a". and
file the original with the dork of
ihe above styled court on or before
) June 19, 1972; otherwise a default
will be entered against vou for the
relief demanded In Ihe complaint or
petition.
This notloe shall he published once
' *-ach week for four eonseeutivo weeks
in THE JEWISH Fl "HUMAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal "f
aid court al Miami. Florida on this
18 day of May, 1978.
E. B. WEATHERMAN,
As Clerk, Cireull court
Hade County, Florida
llv r P c< ,!' IN'I)
' As Deputy Clerk
(Cireull Court Seal)
JERRY A. BI'RXS
'..,s city National Bank Building
Miami. Florida 88180
Attorney for Petitioner
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEX thai
l.\ virtue of Chapter '.V1- Florida Stat-
utes Annotated iiviii Warehouseman
iim.i \\ in, house Receipts wherein ABE
VAN LINES a Florida corporation I.y
virtui "1' it> warehouse lien has in Its
possession the following described
prouerty.
I'sed Househobl i......I- a* ,li" propert>
of .MRS AXNIE DOUAX, whose last
known nddeesr ai IN7U N \\. Oib
Sir, ,1. Minn,i, Fin and thill "ii Ihe
uili day "i June. 1972 during the lo-
cal hours of sale mainly between 11:00
forei......, and Jinn in the nfteill...... Ill
2130 X.W. 34th Av.nue. Miami. Flor-
ida tiie undersigned shall offer for
sale to ihe highest bidder for cash In
hand ihe nl.nve described property of
MLS ANNIE Hi IOAN,
Haled al Miami, Florida, tills Hull
day ,.f May, 1972
,'., 19-20
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. 72.9713
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RIO. Th. Marriage of
A I BERT P. I.EISZ, .lit ,
Husband,
and
c VTHEEINE M I.EISZ,
Wife.
TO; CATHERINE M. LEISZ
c o Jan Hojeh
4\> Second Street
Rivelhoad. New York
YOI' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
ilia, an notion for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed ngatnst you au>\
you in*" re,,uired io serve n ropy of
youi written defenses. If anv, to It
"ii JOEL H. ROnRTSH, attorney for
Petitioner, wln.se address is 282.7 Oak
Avenue, Suites IB X- if. Coconut drove.
Florida, and file the original with the
clerk of the nbove styled court on or
before June 21. 1972: Otherwise a de-
fault will be entered ngninsl you for
Ihe relief demanded In the vomplaint
or petition.
This notice shall l.e published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH Fl ORIHTAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal ,,f
said court nt Miami. Florida on this
1! day of Mav. 1972.
K r. I BATHERM \N.
A-- Clerk, Circuit Court
Dude County, Florida
By c p. imm'i AND
A~ Denuty Clerk
(On u't Court Seal)
JOEL r>. ROBRISM
2825 Oak Av.nue
Coconut Clove Florida
Aiioin.-y fo, Petitioner
5 19-28 i: '
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No 72-2392
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
joe i i:\ix.
IV. as.il
To All Creditors and All Person* Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Sa I
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired io present any claims and de-
mands which you mas have aga i t
Hi- estate ..f JOE I EVIN di t-i ..- i
late of Hade County, Florida i" the
County Judges of im.i. Count) I
fill Hi. same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.I0. Florida Stat-
utes, in their officer in the dm >
Courthouse In Dndi County, Fl
within six calendar months from the
time of the first nuhlli ntlon lo-i i ,
Hi, -an,.- will be barred
Haled al Miami. Florida, tin- Ii
day "t Mn>, A.D 1972.
TERISSIC I'.lsi OFF SCHWARTZ
As lOve. utrix
Firsl publlcatinii of thb noli, n
Ihe 19th day of Maj 1972
Myers, Kaplan. Porter, Levlnaoll
*; Kenln
Attorneys for Executrix
I I'.'l S.W 1st Slice,. Miami. I'la
.". 19-28 : 2-9
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
OF BULK TRANSFER
Pursuant to Florida Statute l .
1"7 a bulk transfer under Article : of
the I'nlform Commercial Code wUJ
be mad. ai gsxi W. Flngler Street,
Suite 2110-210, Miami. Florida S313K on
or after May 23rd, I9T2, at 2:00 P M ,
between a s. Bl'PERMARKETJJ
INC., Transferor, whose business ad-
dress is 1801 East lib Avenue, Hin-
leiih. Florida and ADADBERTO
PEREZ, Transferee, whose business
address fwili he) 1801 Baal 4ih Ave-
nue, Hiall ah. Florida
Check i in.'
(x) la. During ihe three
tile Transferor, s,,
lo Ihe Transferee
no oilic- business im,ii.-
other than thai listed nhovi
Click i>,,e
in, 2, Debts of the Transfer,.,-, rele-
vanl In said business, will I., paid ii
full as they fall due ,s the result of
Hiis transfer. Creditors of the Trans-
feror should file their claims with
P.T.8. CORPORATION nl 2881 w.
Flngler Rtreet, Miami. Florida, on or
before May 22. 1972.
tlf the above is used,
l!ien disregard 2n through sd.l
im 2b, The estimated total of Trans-
ferors del.is, relevant to said business,
Is XI i.NIO.
A schedule of Ihe propert) transferred
and lisl of creditors furnished by tha
Transferor maj be Inspected al 2381
\\ Flagler St.. Miami. Floi Ida,
Check One
cm .'. This transfer is to pay ilia
p.,-i tl
known
1 i last
far a- Is
lias used
or address
tin- Transfer,
Will r......
following
ve
as
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELFVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-9634
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRTAOE OF
MICHAEL BL'CK.MAN, Husband
and
BETTY BI'CKMAN
TO: BETTY BI'CKMAN
(Address I'.iknowni
YOI' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
, thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage lias been filed against you anil
you tire required to serve a cony of
your written defenses, If anv, to it on
DAVID E. STONE, attorney for Peti-
tioner, whose address la im X.W. 12th
Avenue, Miami. Florida, and file the
: original with the olerk of the above
' styled court 011 or before June 21,
1978: otherwise a default will he en-
tered agalnal you for the relief de-
manded in the complaint or petition.
This nolle,, shall be published one.
each u.....k for four consecutive weeks
in THK JEWISH PT.ORIDTAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
I said courl at Miami. Florida
II day of May. 1978.
E. It 1 IOATHKRMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Coun
Dade Countv. Florida
By R. M. KISSIOIO
As Domily Clerk
(Circuit Court Seall
Dat Id io. stone
STONE A SdSTCHIN
101 M.W, 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida
ai t"r,i"\ p.,- Pel ii loner
-. |9-2( .. 1 1
.11 the 19
existing debts nl
follows: Nl IN 10
Click ( m.
(M 2d, The Transfer..,
from the Transferee th.
inw consideration for the transf. :
TWENTY THOI'SAND DOLLARS
(32n,iioo.iin 1
This will he given to the Transferor
ii June 22nd. 1972 al 23X1 w Flngl-
er St., Miami. Florida
Creditors ,.r the Transferor should
file their claims with P.T.S, COR-
PORATION nl 8381 W. Flagler s- .
Miami. Florida on or before Mav 22ml,
l"7:
Hai.d .11 Miami. Florida this 9th day
of May. p.72
A HA I BERTt 1 PEREZ
Transf.-,,,
Publication .' ilus 11..p.
daj "I Mav. p.72
TED E TSOCPRAKE
220 Miracle Mile, Suite 822
Coral fin hies, Florida 88134
A1 on n.\ for Transferee
.-. Pi 72
IN THE COUNTY JUICE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, c, ORIDA
IN PROBATE J
No. 71-1475
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RIO: Estate of
FANNIE SKI.AR.
Deceased.
To aii Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required]
to present any claims and demands
which you mav have against the es-
tate of FANNIE SKI AR deceased
late of Cook County, Illinois, to the
County Judges of Dane County, and
file the same In duple 111. and as pro-
vided in Section 7S3 IB, Florida Stat-
utes, in their offices in the County
1 ibis I Courthouse in Dade County. Florid*.
, within six calendar months from the
lime of the first publication hereof, or
the same will be harred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 15th
day of May. A.D. I9TS.
Oeorge J. Talianoff.
as Administrator CT.A.
First publloatlon of this notice on
the 19th day of Mav, 1972.
T \l 1 VNOPP .v RADBR
Ai lorney for Adm C.T \
ISO l.i......h> Road, Miami Reach. Fla
:. 19-81 I --'>


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l]few]ilhi Flaridian
Miami. Florida Friday, May 19, 1972
Section C
NATIONAL FEDERATION OF JEWISH MEN'S CLUBS
750 Persons To Attend 43rd
Annual National Convention
About 750 persons are expected
to attend the 43rd annual conven-
tion of the National Federation of
Jewish Men's Clubs, which will
be held at the Carillon Hotel,
Miami Beach, from Sunday, Mav
28. through Thursday, June 1,
.marking the first time the con-
vention has been held outside the
Northeast Atlantic area.
Heading the guest speakers will
be Gov. Marvin Mandel of Mary-
land, who will deliver the keynote
address Monday evening; Israel's
Ambassador to the United Nations.
Yosef Tekoah, who will be the
principal speaker at the opening
session Sunday night, during which
he will be presented the annual
I itingulsbed Service Award of
the organization; Rabbi Irving
Lehrman of Miami Beach presi-
i of the Synagogue Council of
I a. and Jacob Stein of New
York, chairman of the Conference
; Presidents of Major American
Jew Ish Organizations, who will be
the piincipal speakers at the
Inar Tuesday evening.
.Max M. Goldberg of Washington,
D.C., national president of the
Men's Curs Federation will deliv-
er his presidential address Sunday
evening; Miami Beach Mayor
Chuck Hall will deliver greetings.
The convention theme, Mr. Gold-
berg announced, will be "Jewish
IdentificationIf not Now,
When?".
Other sce&kers at the evening
session will be Rabbi Joel S. Gef-
fen, of the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America, the national
spiritual advisor of the Men's
Clubs; and Morton Tabas of El-
kins Park. Pa., honorary president
of the Men's Clubs, who as chair-
man nf the Awards Committee will
make the presentation to Am-
bassador Tekoah.
In addition to Rabbi Lehrman,
who will be delivering one of the
convention's major addresses, a
number of other Floridians are
active in the convention. Rabbi
Eugene Labovitz, president of the
Greater Miami Board of Rabbis.
will be the guest speaker at the i
Wednesday luncheon.
Rabbi Michael A. Monson, di-
rector of the Hillel Foundation at j
the University of Florida, will be
the guest speaker at a Tuesday
morning panel discussion on "Iden-
tifying With Our Youth". His topic
will be "Doing Your Jewish Thing.
Mrs. Mildred Cohen of North
Miami, president of the Florida
Branch of the National Women's
League of the United Synagogue,
is a speaker at the Tuesday lunch-
eon.
Other Florida personalities pro-
minent at the convention will in-
clude Jack M. Bash of Miami
Beach, a national vice president
who is on the Monday evening pro-
gram and is chairman of the Pro-
gramming Workshop on Wednes-
day morning; Ralph Fistel, presi-
dent of the Federation's Florida
Region, who is chairman of regis-
tration, is also chairman of the
Monday luncheon and Myrim Le-
vine of Hollywod, vice president
of the Florida Region, who is as-
sociate chairman of the Ladies
Program on Tuesday morning.
Rabbi Sol Landau of Miami, and
Abraham Gittleson of Coral
Gables, associate director of the
Southeast Region of the United
Synagogue of America, are among
the speakers at the Monday lunch-
eon; Jack Chaiken of Miami, a
Federation Florida Region vice
president, is chairman of Reception
and Hosiita'itv; Reuben Leder-
man of Miami Beach, another vice
president of the Florida Region is
associate chairman of Religious
Services; Abe Schorr of Miami
will serve on the Attendance Com-
mittee, and Edward Rosenfeld of
Miami Beach will serve on the
Publicity Committee.
The chairman and associate
chairman of the convention are
Paul Goldberg, West Hartford.
Conn., and I. Murray Jacobs, of
Detroit.
Officers will be installed at the
Wednesday banquet by Rabbi Gef-
The Home Furnishings Group of the Mercantile Division of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's 1972 CIA-iEF cam-
paign met recently to map out plans for the May 31 division
dinner. Shown above (from left) are J. William Baros, Miami
Rug Co.; Jerry Uffner, Uffner Textile, chairman of the group,
and Larry Rothman, Herald Fabrics.
Israel's permanent represen-
tative to the United Nations,
Ambassador Yosef Tekoah,
will be the recipient of the 1S72
Distinguished Service Award
of the National Federation of
Jewish Men's Clubs at its 13rd
annual convention in Miami
Beach, May 28 to June 1.
fen, at which time the Men's Clubs
annual Torch Awards will be pre-
sented to various member clubs.
The National Federation of Jew-
ish Men's Clubs, of which Simon
L. Brandel is the executive admin-
istrator, is an affiliate of the Jew-
ish Theological Seminary of
America, the Rabbinical Assem-
bly and the United Synagogue of
! America.
Serving on the convention com-
i mittee are committee member! Leun-
i ard E. Itanfti, Southfleld, Mich; Sarn-
ie I '; Berlin, Philadelphia. Pa.; Mar-
; tin Merman, Alinondale, Va.; Arthur
8. Uruekman, New Yorg, N.Y.; Jack
: Chaiken. .Miami: Italph Fistel. Miami:
Maurice Friedlander, Maplewood,
XV.; Jack Qeislllffer, New Haven.
Conn.; Bldney J. Goldstein, Chicago,
N.J.; Ftabbl Joel s. Oerren, New york,
j 111.: Joseph Ourmankin, Philadelphia,
: Pa.; Samuel Horowitz. Philadelphia,
! Ph.; Abraham K.'.t/.man. i >ak Park,
Mich.; Albert S. Kaufman. Weal Hart-
I ford. Conn.; Dr, .Morton it. umt.
Montreal, yue.; and Harvey J.
i I.tivigne. Millburn. N.J.I Heuben
1 t.ederman. .Miami Beach; .Myrim Le-
{vine. Hollywood: Ted Levlne, Lot
I Angeles, Calif.: Henry W Levy, New-
York, N.Y.; David M. Llpnlck, Balti-
more, -Md. ; Jack C, l.isll. Washington,
D.C.; Milton P. Mandel. Bast Wlllls-
I ton, N.Y: Jules Maybloom. I-os
Angeles, Calif.; Harry C. Pick. Wll-
I mette. 111.; H Hill Hosell. Town of Alt
Royal, Que.; Bdward Rosenfeld, Miami
Beach; Earl Rothman, Philadelphia,
Pa.: Abraham Batovsky, Detroit.
Mich.; Abe Bchorr Miami: Myron Sch-
wartz. Silver Springs. Mil.: Abraham
A. Silver. Erie. Pa.: Morton Tabas.
Blklns Park. Pa. and William L'll-
man, NSW Koch.lie. N.Y.
-QI,r
It's Shavuoth time, and this scene looks like many
others at temples and synagogues across the country.
But there is a difference! This is a military congrega-
tion at Ft. Belvoir, Va. and these young men and
women are sons and daughters of Jewish personnel,
reflecting the fact that there are more Jewish military
families than in the past. Richard E. Dryer, a career
Jewish chaplain, stands second right in the back row.
In front row, (left to right) are Robert Weissman, son
of Cmdr. and Mrs. Marvin Weissman; Diane Darivotf,
daughter of Lt. Cmdr. Irvin Darivoff; Robin Levitt,
daughter of Maj. and Mrs. Harry Levitt; Gary Gordon,
son of Maj. and Mrs. Solomon Gordon; Bethia Wooli,
daughter of Cmdr. and Mrs. William Woolf. Matthew
Mitler, son of Col. and Mrs. Milton Mitler; Hazan
Stephen Schiif, son of Col. and Mrs. Erwin Schiff,
Charjlain Dryer, and Edward Smolins, son of Mr. and
Mrs Ronald Smolins are in the back row.
1 : <
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, spirit-
ual leader of Temple Ner Tam-
id, presents the "Woman of the
Year" award to Mrs. Jack
Greenberg ffor "outstanding
service to the synagogue and
community.
JM.S ?
Max Lerner
'Sees It
NEW YORK, N.Y. -When in history has the world waited
in suspense as it waited for Nixon's fateful decision about the
Vietnamese war? I shall deal with the speech itself in my next
piece, but this one is about all the agonized decisions of our era.
The ancestor was the protracted huddle during the 1962 Cuban
missile crisis. In his memoir on it (Thirteen Days'! Robert
Kennedy wrote about how aware his brother was that in making
his decision he was deciding 'for the United States, the Soviet
Union and really for all mankind."
That 1962 missile decision was one time when a kind o.'
American politburo (the Kx Com) sat long on a decision and
hatched it. The Russians do it all the time. But while no one
could doubt that the final word lay with Kennedy, in Russia it
didn't nesessarily lie with Khrushchev, whose changes of mind
- in those three historic letters--were doubtless due to pres-
sures' from his colleagues.
It is one of the paradoxes of political science that the Ameri-
can system vests final power over global decisions with one man.
while the Soviet system vests it with the Politburo. True.
Brezhnev is first among equals, and true also, the President has
his National Security Council. But the President's advisers are
exactly that advisers while the men around Brezhnev are
engaged in a long-range power struggle which shows up in the
decisions.
# & &
THE LONELY AND TERRIFYINc. power of the Presidency
makes sense only in a democracy, where the open political tug-
of-war would frustrate any decision by committee, and where the
President alone is elected by all the people and must be ac-
countable to them. When De Gaulle had a new constitution to
fashion he wisely chase presidential rather than cabinet govern-
ment for France.
In the Soviet system, the men who make the bi^ decisions
are not really chosen by the people nor are they accountable to
them. They work in total secrecy: Can you imagine Brezhnev
putting on a decision-makine show like Nixon's? Because they
work in secrecy and lack accountability, Soviet foreign policy
can be at once more purposive and also wilier and more sinuous
than American. Hence the present global situation in which the
Russians have been outmaneuvering the United States at every
turn, not only in Vietnam.
It is exactly because the President must make these deci-
sions that some frame of limits must be built around his power
by Congresshis power to work his personal will especially
In a nuclear age. The President's power is so great that even
after electing him. we must worry about the kind of man he is
and the kind of psyche he has. At times this worry can miunt
to a collective paranoia.
fc fc *
THIS IS WHY RICHARD NIXON'S personality structure is
one of the prime topics of conversation, and not only among
those who oppose him. The crucial question in the political
psychiatry of any President is how he behaves in a deep crisis
when the going gets sticky. The most brilliant analyst of Nixon's
mind and character structure, Prof. James David Barber of
Yale, is convinced that "if Nixon is ever threatened simultane-
ously with public disdain and loss of power, he may move Into
a crisis syndrome" and then (adds Barbar) "the stage is set
for tragic drama." (A revised version of Barber's important
essay will be found in "A Source Book for the Study of Person-
ality and Politics," edited by Fred I. Greenstein and Michael
Ixrner (Markham). It bears reading repeatedly during Nixon's
Presidency.!
I once put this view to a close and reasonably detached
associate of Nixon, but he took the opposite position. He wor-
ries mast about the President, he said, when things move swim-
mingly and he gets euphoric. But it is when the going is worst
that he is at his coolest. John Khrlichman. who serves Nixon as
overseer for domestic affairs, gave the same estimate in a
"Meet the Press" interview. I pray they may be right.
Yet the answer about panic an coolness leaves much still
unanswered. Many of Harry Truman's decisions were snap
decisions, but his political instincts made them right. Nixon In
crisis may be cool enough, yet it may be a glacial coolness which
masks a congealed crisis syndrome. If men were angels, in
Madison's phrase, a democracy would be easy to run. If Presi-
dents were gods, not frail crisis-torn humans, we could all sleep
well at night.


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vJewisti nvridinn
Friday. Mcy 13, 19?2
8 M-DJC Graduates Receive
Special Scholarship Awards
Joint Testimonial Luncheon Honors
Outgoing Post, Auxiliary Officers
Eight graduates of Miami-Dado
Junior College were the recipients
oi special scholarship award- a'.
Coif Goldstein Herbert Creenberg
two -cparatc commencement pro-
mis la-: weekend Dr. Peter
-V.-.-ifco Jr.. president, presided at
both ceremonies and pn 1 rite i the
a A :

b and Downtown Cam
he i _-. Bduation S itur-
daj South irth Cam-
P ceremonies took place in Jun-'
i Stadium. A to- .1 of
5031 ting
' Ua l-Da k trg ad-
-
B. Lampert >f N
of
h Campus .-. named u ln-
tl new Alfred :. M Car-
I OX)

Mr. Laropert,
<; -:- m 1024 Ocean Dr..
1' 1 1 ft 1 in iucation
a' M-DJC and earned an
' A 01 4.0 grade point avert
A business a.imir.i-tration majo-
K on Brinkmin received the Out-
.-a.-dim: StiKknt Award from Aca-
demic Ad\ ist-mi-nt I'.-part rent
where, as a student assistant. she
v ked a- a peer advisor. She is
t- laugl ter of Mr. and Mr-
Charles H. Brinkman. 9010 SW
32nd St.
A student from each of the three
cam-ewes received the Presiden-
tial Scholars Award of S1.000:
Lesley Parker of South Campu-.
Jnar.n 'Mrs. Lonnie G.' P?eie of
D"- mown Campus, and Gail Jold-;
Mi-> Parker, who edited the
put magazine. "South Wind."
-yehology. and worked
as a secretary while carrying a
full-time academic ioad. Formerly
of Huddersfield, England, sh-^ now
makes her home in South Miami.
Mrs. Pecle. mother of three rhil-
.d to school a; th"
ol 4J to study Eiemorlary
i I 'on. and wa* a 4.0 (straight
A1 student. The Pceles live at
1897 NW L'l^t St.
A soda] work major. Miss G >ld-
- n is the daughter of Mrs. Sally
Goldst in, 745 Jefferson Ave Mi-
Bi ach. She earned a 3.91 av-
erage while carrying a full-lime
load, working on campus 15 hours
a week, and doing volunteer vork
ai Ja:kson Memorial Hospital each
Saturday..
A South Campus journalism -tu->
dcni. Herbert Greenb"i-u. was win-
ner of the coveted Jimmy Burn*,
Memorial Scholarship. The --hoi-
ar-hip. honoring the late Mr. Burns
who. as sports editor of the Miami
Herald, cowered the sports scene
for nearly a quarter of a cen'ury. |
provides full tuition for the JuniorI
and senior yean at the University
o! Miami.
Mr. Greenberg. the son of Mr.I
and Mrs. Da\ id Greenberg. 5257
SW 15th St.. wrote for the campus 1
newspaper, "Catalyst," and has
been working as an intern at the
Miami New-.
Two other journalism graduates.
Debra Stoudt of South Campus1
ai i Ray Wolf of North Ca
were awarded the Edwin A. T.nhey'
Journali-m Awards. I'he $1,000
scholarships named for the late
Mr. Lahey. long-time chief of
Knight Newspapers' Washington
Bureau, are for continued rtudj
u; loumalism,
Miss Stoudt, who w;:- editor of
the "Catalyst" during the winter
teim. having served a< news odl-l
tor la-t fall, i- the daughter oi
Mrs. H. G. Stoudt. 459.' SW 12->nd j
Ave., and the late Mr. Stoudt.
A Marine veteran. Mr. Wolf
spent 1.1 .months in Vietnam re-1
porting actions of the Marines.
Returning to the state-, he juini'd I
Leatherneck Magazine as a staff
writer-photographer. At Miami-
Dade he was photo and sports
editor ol the yearbook, "Falcon,"
and writer and photographer for
the n. w--paper, "Falcon Times."
He and hi- wife live at 14400 NE
5th Pi.
A joint testimonial luncheon in
honor ol outgoing Port Command-
er Leonard S. David and Auxiliary
pie-uuiii Claire GreenwaM ol the
Norman Bruce Brown Post and
Ladies Auxiliary of Miami was
held May 7 at the Mgien Hot L
Among the guest- ..ere ili-
llillie Kern, president of the Na-
tional Ladies Auxiliary; Jack Ber-
mnn, 4th region commander JWV:
Peter lilue-ten, president, !> ii--
mc nt of Florida, and Shirley Tra-
gtish. vice president, Ladies Junior
Auxiliary.
citations were given to project
chairmen for "outstanding work.''
and Mrs. Pearl Wein-tein was pre.
senv-d with a JWV Auxiliary 1;
pital senice pin. for 3 oop. h., 1.''.'
the Miami Veterans Hospital.
Mr--. Sylvia Li'.-.-ra-.. a ;,,-of
the recent Bna: B"rith S
Lodge "Out-star.d .,., 0,
Dade County for 1971 \- : ; Waj
presented with a plaque by \i.,'
Fannie Studley, [^!
tentative.
Mrs. Seema Let .
.1- president for 1
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Kdwin L. Feibelma.' :-- uarter.
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What 9 CZ^ootiincj Bv RUTH SIRKIS


A couple of months ago I mentioned in this column the f-'Jb-'
liration of my book "A Taste of Tradition: The How and Why
,,. ;wish Gourmet Holiday Cooking." The responses I got were
heartwarming indeed. Many readers sent in lovely colorful notes
oi congratulations. I felt that you were sincerely sharing with
tec this "Simchah" of giving birth to the book, and I thank you
all.
In the letters there were questions as to the price of the
In.,.-; and where it is available, two essential facts which I failed
1,, port. Well, the album styled, colorful illustrated cookbook
,,,.:.< S9.95. and you can order it through your favorite book-
store. You can also write directly to the publisher, The Ward
Ritchie Press. 3044 Riverside Dr., Los Angeles, Calif. 90039.
Tho reci|)e here is for Shavuoth, the holiday when .lairy
i ,;;.!- are enjoyed most. Serve these pancakes topped with fruit,
syrup, sour cream or honey. "Milk and Honey" never lasted
... -ood.
S1IAYIOTH PANCAKES
! ai) flour 1 egg
l 'is. sugar 1 cup buttermilk
' tsp. salt 2 tbls. oil
- ). baking soda
Preheat griddle and oil it lightly with a brush or paper
n. Sift together all the dry ingredients. Boat egg Jn a
im bowl; blond in buttermilk. Add dry ingredients to egg
mixture, beating until smooth. (Do not overheat i. Blend in the
twu Tablespoons of oil.
Pour batter to make three inch pancakes. Turn cakes when
. bubbles begin to break. (Do not turn twice.I Serve immc-
.!..:. ly, with a topping of your choice. Makes about 15 pancakes.
to
Shavuoth, celebrated this year on May 19, is a holiday con-
.n culture and agriculture. It is on Shavuoth that our Torah
given, and with it the Ten Commandments and the basics
... the JewUh laws. It is also on Shavuoth that the farmers in
>n< lent Judaea gathered the first fruits of their orchard-; and
- and went on ihe third pilgrimage to the Temple to give
05.
In the Jewish tradition the custom is to eat dairy foods on
Shavuoth. There are several reasons for this. Some .say that it
i to honor ihe Torah which is as nourishing as milk and honey
Others explain that the whiteness of milk signifies tin- purity of
the Torah. If so. we are to enjoy tho delights of cheese rakes,
zes and other "mtlchik" (dairy i dishes.
( nivl
rookie crumbs
:: this, melted butter
Is, sugar
1 tsp. cinnamon
rilling;
1 cup sugar
2 eggs
1 cup milk
I this, lemon juice
1 tsp. vanilla
Grated lemon rind
1 cup Whipping cream
.". cups 11'-pintsi whipped
COttage cheese
..lopes unflavored (parve
atin
Mix gelatin, sugar, egg yolks and milk in double boiler. iJeat
until well blended. Cook over boiling water, stirring constantly
lil gelatin dissolves. Remove from heat; stir in lemon luice,
nid vanilla. Refrigerate, stirring occasionally, until mixture
.. ttnds slightly when dropped from a spoon.
While mixture is chilling, blend crust Ingredients. Reserve
tablespoons, and press remaining onto bottom of a nine-
springform pan.
When the gelatin mixture thickens, blend it with the
;>.'d cottage cheese. Beat ihe egg whites until still and
i --> and fold into the cottage cheese mixture. Clean the beat-
riji and whip the cream until il stands in soft peaks. Fold into
lixture and pour into the crumb-lined pan. Sprinkle the re-
served crumbs on top. Refrigerate, covered with plastic wrap tor
- \ hours or overnight.
Run a knife around the edges and release the pan. For
easier handling and serving you may leave the cake on the
m of the pan. Transfer, n- is. to a nice serving plate. D. tor-
R1 the cake with fresh or well-drained canned fruit.
ATTENTION M BSCIIIIIEKS
Policy Change
(Effective January 1, 1972)
Due to increased costs of labor, postage, mailing
equipment and handling, there can no longer be any
transfer of subscriptions or refund for unused period
Papers will be forwarded to a northern address and
then redirected back to Miami once each year at no
extra charge. Subscribers who wish to discontinue the
paper white they are away may do so, but there will
be no credit given for such discontinuance.
The Publisher
Spring Festival,
Farewell Set By
Central Y's ECD
The Early Childhood Develop-
ment (ECDI nusery school and
kindergarten of the Greater Mi-
ami YM-YWHA will hold its Spring
Festival and Farewell at 10:30
a.m. Friday, May 26 at the cen-
tral branch. 83C0 SW 8th St.. Mrs.
Milton Sirkin, chairman of the Y's
KCD Committee, announced.
Some 14 children will receive
certificates indicating their ful-
fillment of all requirements for
entry into the first grade including
Aileen Bergor, Michael Dandes. i
Jared Gelles, Bernard Good:ian.
Frank Gizzol, Clifford Grossman.
I.ana Hantman, David Hoy man.
Leslie Jacobson. Jeffrey Kamis.
Jordan Mussary. Shari Salinas.
Adrian Soler and Jody Urlich.
The KCD school is based upon
the theme "A Child's World of
Discovery." This philosophy oro-
vides foi individual exploration
and experience with subtle suuer-
vision and creative freedom within
the discipline of a community-
group classroom.
Registration for the ECD nur-
sery school and kindergarten pro-
gram for September 1972 is now
In progress at the YM-YWHA of
i Greater Miami, Mrs. Ted Wein-
stock, supervisor of the ECD fa-
cility, has announced. Space will
bo filled on a first-come basis, with
class si/e limited to allow the
greatest growing experience for
the children.
Patriotic Rally Scheduled
In M.B. Auditorium May 25
The concert iiortion of the Me-1
:iioiial Day Patriotic Rally, in Mi- ;
ami Beach Auditorium Thursday.
May 29 at 7:30 p.m. will be high-
lighted by the childrens' choir of
the Lehrman Day School.
Some 50 boys and girls will sing
the Gettysburg Address, which
was put to music by Peter T'lall.
Cantor Eloazar Bernstein of Tem-
ple Emanu-El directs this unusual r
childrens' choir which was fea-
tured at the Cantors' Conceit In
March.
The Barnett Bret-skin Concert
Orchestra is ananging a special
program which will delight the
more than 3.000 persons expected
at the rally. Rose Byrum, prima i
Coloratura soprano, is also on the'
program. Tho popular duet of |
Anne Evans and Allen Glider- |
sleeve will perform in their usual
musical style.
Gov, Rcubin Askew, who will i
deliver the keynote address at the j
Democratic National Convention:
in July, Is the main speaker of the
evening. He will lie introduced by
the Hon. Richard Stone, Secretary
oi State.
The Homestead Air Force Base
and the Jewish War Veterans
Color Guards will lead in the
"Presentation of the Colors" ecre-
monv directed bv Maurice Wein-
man, national adjutant, Jewish
War Veterans of the U.S.A.
Also on Ihe program are Rev.
R. Wiley Scott. Rabbi David Raab.
Circuit Court Judge Milton A.
Friedman, Judge Howard Nou,
George W. Valentine, vice presi-
dent of Chase Federal Savings &
Loan, and television and radio
personality Henry Howard.
Moe Reiffen is Lodge president.
The date of the Patriotic Rr-.lly,
which is presented by Miami Beach
Lodge 15DI and s|x>nsorcd by Chase
Federal Savings & I^oan as a -om-
mttnity service, was moved up to
Memorial Day from the usual early
fi'lv d"'e due to the Democratic
Convention.
More than 55 lodges and 3t
women's chapters are cooperating
in the rally. There is no admission
ohnr-'o and the public .s cordially
invited.
Groundbreaking Set Friday
Flagler Federal Savings and
Loan Association of Miami will
break ground Friday for its new
two-story Westchester Branch
building. The 11 a.m. ground-
breaking ceremony will take place
in the area immediately adjacent
to the "mobile" branch at 8686
Coral Way.
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Friday. May 19. i972
Confirmation Service At
Temple Beth El Thursday
The Jewish holiday of Shavuoth
Festival of Weeks >, which com-
memorates the gift of the Ten
Commandments to the Jewish peo-!
pie on Mt. Sinai, will begin at sun- j
el Thursday, May 18.
The holiday is observed for two,
da\s by Orthodox and Conwrva-
t.-. Jem, and for one day by the
Reform branch of Judaism.
Origins of the holiday are .irgi-
cultural and religious. In ancient
times it marked the gathering of
ipj of the year, usually
..-:g wheat and barley. The Jews
o.' antiquity wouio bi en
I of the season to the
synagogue a< thar.k offerings to
The religious eepecti at
.;. i ere equav-
thical aw i -
J. ish ; with
Ten Co.:
In addition to special music.
. ir.d sermons, the ho. d I>
:so markei in P..-form and Con-
servative synagogues by Con;. .. I.
tjo.i ceremonies in which young
men and women who have com-
li ted their elementary religion
education are blessed by
raobi and considered to have grad-
uated into adult membership in
Jewish life.
The Confirmation service will
take place at the Shavuoth
services which will be held nt 8
p.m. Thursday at Temple Beth El,
1351 S. 14th Ave.
This year's confirmands are
Michael Atkin, Morris Eerman.
Jeffrey Dubman. Lori Tischler.
Alan Forrest, Diane Friedman.
. Garron, Cynthia Gordon.
Phillip Greenbars. Nancy Haven.
Sandra Jacobs, Joshua Jaffe. Kar-
en Kali man, Michael Katsal.
Marcy Klein. Sarene Marks. Kathy
Newman. Dvbra Rodensky, Julie
Sacks. Cathy Scholl, Renee 5haf-
ran. Gary Steinberg and
St mar.
PufChef
onijowt
Dr. Samuel Z. Jaffe will charge,
the confirmands; Jack I. Levy,
president of the congregation, and
Allan Orlove, Religious School
chairman, will present certificates
of confirmation. A reception will I
be given by the parents in honor
of the confirmanas.
Shavuoth ser.ices will also be
held at 11 a.m. Friday: Yidcor
n. mortal prayers will be recited.
---------------------------------------
Confirmation Set
For 25 Students
Twenty-five students of thf- Beth
Torah Congregation Harold Wolkl
- School will mark their |
confirmation during the Friday
: .ices this week, with
Dr. Max A. Lipschitz charging
them with reaffinnation to th
-.:. Arthur I. Snyder. educa-'
... vice president repor.. I.
The students will conduct the
service and have readings and!
attora centering around the
me of faith. Confirmation in-
structors were Mrs. Emanuel Berg-
man. Richard Corseri and Mrs. |
Avrom Drazin.
Irving Newman, president of
the congregation, will offer greet-
ings and Saul Schreiber will ac-
cept the class gift to the syna-
gogue.
Special awards to be presented
at the confirmation service are:
The P.F.C ljee Rosenwasser Me-
morial Humanities Award; the Jo-
seph Kahaner Mitzvah Award; the
Mollie Kahaner Aishet Chayil
Award; the Rosemary Nacron Me-
morial Award, and the Arthur I.
Snyder Educational Award.
Di ;l Mis-mznl^k. chairman of the
1 and Hahbi Norman MUM-
man. educational director, will dis-
tribute the Certificate). r.'onflrma-
, tion to Cliff Abel. Steven Bay. Donna
David MonUM. Eve Rovffe.
A!.in Shuminer and Mark Ziffer of
the Intensive Hebrew Department;
nd i tl < n '' 'f tn U flrrna-
ti'.n Cl^iss Including Ila Pell, Benjamin
Brant, Keith Brody, i>.:-i Cohei .- -
mon Fell) lith Prledel, Ellen '
Kaufman, Shelley Keaa-
' rk T.uri''y. Robert Ifarcua,
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Service Offered To
Residents Seeking
Federal Gov't Jobs
WASHINGTON, D.C. Miami
K sident* seeking employment in
the Federal Government can now
call a new telephone service op-
erated by the Ci\il Service Com-
mission for assistance, Congress-
man Claude Pepper has announced.
The new service will provide
quick, easy access to Federal em-
ployment information. An office
has been opened in Miami and a
second office has been established
in the Orlando area, Rep. Pepper
noted. From anywhere in Florida,
citizens outside the Miami and
Orlando areas can call the Federal
Job Information Center at 1-800-
423-0263 toll free.
This system has been tested by
six states previously and has
proved an effective, efficient me-
dium for answering public ques-
tions. "The Miami Center will pro-
vide information on the employ-
ment opportunities outlook: job re-
quirements and qualifications, spe-
cial employment counseling and
guidance, special hiring program11
for Vietnam veterans, handicapped,
and others," the Miami Democrat
said.
Information specialists are also
available to discuss specific tireas
of employment and supply material
such as job announcements, appli-
cation forms, and special employ-
ment pamphlets.
The Miami Center is located In
Room 804 of the Federal Building.
51 SW 1st Avenue. The telephone
number for Miami residents to cal!
1 is 350-5794.
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Friday. May 19, 1972
fJenisli fhrkflar
Page 5-C
Miamian Frea Lewis (center; received a piaque :rom City
of Miami Commissioner Irwin G. Christie, (right) for hs
achievement in winning the U.S. Four Wall Singles Hand-
ball Championship. It's the first time the national title was
won by a Floridian. Miami Mayor David T Kennedy stands
L-y to offer his congratulations.
Abel Holtz, vice president of the Corner Bank of Miami
Beach, (center) who was the recipient of the B'nai B'rilh
Foundation's Industry Leader Award at a dinner-ball held
al the Sheraton-Four Ambassadors Hotel recently received
congratulations from Burnett Roth, Foundation trustee, (left)
Joseph I- Lipton, chairman of the board of Dade Federal
Savings & Loan; Robert I. Lipton, national vice president of
the B'nai B'rith Foundation, and Larry Aberman, dinner
chairman. Mr. Holtz was the first Floridian ever to receive
this cward.
Washington Federal Savings & Loan Association feted 42
of the employees of its Washington Avenue Branch lecently
in the Roney Pub to celebrate the fact that the firm had
reached the $10G million mark in savings. Association presi-
dent Jack Gordon, (left) congratulates Abraham A. Grunhut,
vice president in charge of the branch on reaching the mile-
stone.
Taking time out from the recent installation
luncheon of the Women's Committee of the
Jewish Family & Children's Service are some
of the new officers for the coming year. Pic-
tured from left to right are Mrs. Stanley Gil-
bert, recording secretary; Mrs. Henry Norton,
corresponding secretary; Mrs. Edward Can-
Ilill
tor, volunteer services vice president; Mrs.
Edwin B. Oppenheim, president; Mrs. Sci
Goldstein, honorary director; Mrs. Irving
Cypen, treasurer; Mrs. Daniel Dubbin, merr.-
bership vice president, and Mrs. Burton
Levey, education vice president.
Temple Ner Tamid cited six of its trustees
at its recent installation brunch for their
outstanding service to the synagogue. Rabbi
Eugene Lc.bovitz and Charles Goldstein,
president of the congregation, (standing at
rear) lauded these individuals for their un-
tiring efforts. Award recipients included
(from left) Max Glickman, Max Raskin,
George Simon, Maxwell Harris, Benjamin
Beeman and Joseph D. Albert.
May is "Clean-Up, Paint-Up, Fix-Up" month
in Miami, by ofiicial designation c! Mayor
David Kennedy and the City Comnuss'' n.
The intensive drive :3 sponsored each y~';r
by Miami's Committee on Ecology and
Beautificaticn headed by E Albert Pailc-i.
Shewn during ceremonies in the Commis-
sion chambers are (from left) Commission t
Rev. Theodore Gibson; public relations con-
sultant Churles R. Jacobson; Mayor Ken-
nedy, Marie Enteiline, Mr. Pal'.ot, ond Cor\-
missioneis Irwin Christie, J. L. Plummer, T
and Mrs. Rose Gordon.
Making final plans for the Brick Luncheon
of the Hebrew Academy Women, to be held
Wednesday in the dining room of the nearly
complete junior-senior high school of the
Greater Miami Hebrew Academy are, frr-m
left, (seated) Mrs. Julio Grosfeld, Mrs. Murray
Berkowitz. Mrs. Sam Reinhard, and Mrs.
George Feldenkreis; (standing) Mrs. Salo-
mon Yuken, Mrs. Morris Waldman, Mr*.
Henry Stern and Mrs. Stuart Rapee. The
luncheon, slated for 1 p.m., will raise fund*
to equip the auditorium of the new 6-sto-v
facility that is scheduled to be in operation,
by the fall semester. Mrs. Leonard Adler is
president of the women's group; Mrs. Feld-
enkreis is chairman of the luncheon.


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SHAVUOTH
GREETINGS
TO ALL
ROY TALVO
President
LLOYD EDELSTEIN
Senior Vice President
6101 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD
Miami, Florida
; .' 5pot.i '.-.j i-c Cft'pa ;';.i
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
MR. and MRS. EU&SNE J. WEISS
AND FAMILY
No. 3 Island Avenue, Miami Beach
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
CHEZ VENDOME RESTAURANT
700 Biltmore Way, Coral Gables
Phone 443-4646
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
HARGRAVE DECORATING ENTERPRISES
13309 N.W. 7th Avenue
MIAMI
Phone 688-0264
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
MILLER COIN LAUNDRY, INC.
DISTRIBUTOR ir SERVICE
6300 N.W. 77TH COURT 888-2371
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
From The Staff Of
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SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
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260 N.W. 25TH STREET 635-0975
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
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1007 E. 27TH STREET HIALEAH
Phone 947-5309
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
THE LEMON TREE RESTAURANT AND SUB SHOP
920 71st Street, Miami Beach
Phone 866-9103
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
MR. and MRS.
ALBERT ROSENBERG
and FAMILY
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
BILL MILLER COCKTAIL LOUNGE ami STEAK HOUSE
3590 N.W. 79th Street, Miami, Florida
Phone 691-9899
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
HELEN MILLER FLORIST
Serving All of Greater Miami
5828 S.W. 71st Street, South Miami, Florida
Phone 661-5681 Night 226-6406 ____
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
MURRAY AUTO SUPPLY, INC
Complete Line of Auto Parts and Speed Equipment
901 N.W. 62nd Street 758-3821
4535 Ponce de Leon Blvd. 665-3576
46 In Confirmation Class
At Temple Beth Sholom
Sandra Aronberg
Given Scholarship
Forty-six boy* and girls were to
J>c confirmed at Temple Both Sh-
lorn* Thursday at 7:.'M) p.m.. a>:- j
co.-ding to an announcement made .
by Mrs. David Miller and Dr. j
Solomon Lichter. cochairmen of I
the temple's Board of Education.
Nearly two dozen confirmand-
arc Mated to go on a pilgrim-
as< to Irael this summer. Includ-
ing Wendy Beth Alhin. Mark Co-
hen, Monica Don (Confirmation
5731'. Ariel EdeLstein. Brett Fix.'
Judy Gelber, Laurie Gettis, Betsy
Hark. Stephen Jaffe. David H.
Lichter, Gregory S Marx, Benja-
min Nemser, Mayra C. Reylcr
Confirmation 57311, Michael Ro- j
nemtein, Deborah A. Shannrun.
Nancy Silverman. Lou Ann Smith.;
Niki A. Stone. Dana A. Wavren.|
Paul N. Weisarnan. Jeffrey Yasoianj
and Marc Zaminsk).
This pilgrimage was made pos-
sible through the efforts of Dr.
Leon Kronish, spiritual leader o: ;
Temple Beth Sholom and the
Brotherhood Scholarship Fund. To-1
tether with Eli Levy and Barak
Varon, members of the Beth Sho-
lom Hebrew facultv, the students :
I
will spend seven exciting weeks In
Er t/. VLsrael. They will tour from
the land of Galilee to Kilat. irom
i item to Tel Aviv and meet
with leaders in science, arts and
government. They will also spend
two weeks as members of a Kib-
butz, returning in August.
The Conriimation sen ice Thurs-
day evening will have a- it> theme
What Does It Mean To Be Jew-
ih?" The theme was -elected by
the class and was written by the
students under the guidance of
Dr. Loon Kronish.
Th<- list "' Comflrmnndi Include*
Wend) Belt! Albln. Beth Lawrence
Rohroff, Btephen Howard Brown-
,-i'in. Mart David Cohen, Ariel Bdel-
tetn, H"liv Enslander, Bruce PMier,
!';,(ti PlSher. Brett M Fix. Judy
(Seiner, Ijturlc Oettln and Uelnj Koch-
elle Hart
Alwn .1" Ann Hoff. Btephen Jaffe,
David B Jonan. Nancy Kaskel, Eth-
,r l. Kati i "I Edward Kuxhi i
Terrl Lebnwlu, Aliwrn W l-rtir. David
Henry l Ichter, William Luataartm,
rjrMtory H Man, sum" Alan Miller,
\:,!. rle Miller, William .1 XI I
llenjamin I. Nemer and Daniel Nevel
Also Scotl N'otowlti, Robin H.....n.
Ron nKtein, lleva Roth
Deborah A. Bhanbrun Xancy Bllver-
,. i |ndy Bui Blmon, lu Ann
Hni i h .Man Bomeratein, Xlkl Arden
Robin Barbara Strati*. Buaai
Bella V'oirel, Dana Warren, Joyce M
w.ix. Joseph Welnatein, Paul X
Weiaaman, Jeffrey Michael v
and Marc Alan Zaninaky
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
MARCEL'S FLOWER SHOP
At The
FONTAINEBLEAU HOTEL
4441 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 532-2328 and 532-2329
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
RIKKfS STUDIO, INC
2256 Coral Way
Phone 443-5086
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
MIAMI JAI ALAI FRONTON
633-9661
t. STANLEY "BUDDY" BERENSON
And Associates
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
MacDONALD'S IMPERIAL
CLEANERS & LAUNDRY
DRAPES-SPREADS-RUGS PICKUP & DELIVERY SERVICE
Phone 661-5831
SOUTH MIAMI
5840 S. DIXIE HWY.
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO
OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
front
LINDSLEY RBC LUMBER CO.
Home Care Centers of South Florida
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL
NORTHEN DISTRIBUTORS, INC.
5340 N.W. 163RD STREET
Phone 625-8282
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
From
LORY'S FASHION SHOPS
The only Floiiia (tudi
to a summer 1972 ap|
the undergraduate res
in? program of Oak Rid;
dated Urdventtiet ii
Aronberg, 20, University
biology major.
The Lake Worth Jur..
spend 10 weeks in
Training Division or
Oak Ridge, Tenn. She :.
in animal physiology, with
e diagno'
in veterinary" medicine,
and heart efficiency.
Select '! from a -
mately 300 applicants
ing program, Miss A
of 97 college science
Ing majors who will can*}
search during the sum
dents frm 7"' ins! 1
[states and Puerto R
the croup.
Miss Aronberg is th
of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A
pioneer residents of Pa
County.
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YVOIFIE'S
RESTAURANTS
195 LINCOLN ROA3
2038 COLLINS AVESJE
Shavuoth Greetings To All
MIKE BOYLE P0NTIAC
30501 So. Federal Hig-wjy
Homestead, Florici
Phone 247-701*
Shavuoth Greetings To All
BURGER KING
Home of the Whopper
Serving the Greater
Miami area
Shavuoth Greetings To All
MELROSE
ELECTRIC, INC
"C.
"Service With Integn'y
Since 1935"
6841 S.W. 81st Strset
Phone 661-1900
Shavuoth Greetings ": AH
SAMBOS
24-hour Service
2 Miami Beach Locations
6900 Collins Ave. 86*0"D
2701 Collins Ave. 53*-6400
Shavuoth Greetings To An
RANGE
FUNERAL HOME
"CONFIDENCE"
5727 N.W. 17th Avenue
Phone 691-4343


[Friday, May 19, 1972
Jewisti Fhricffar
Page 7-C
94 Students In Temple's
50th Anniversary Class
Ninety-four boys and girls make
,1, the 50t!i anniversary Confiima-
tlon Class of Temple Israel of
i; ater Miami, which will partici-
pale in the 4Sth annual ritual of
religious school graduation Sun-
oa> it 10 a m
For 10 of t:.-' confirmands, the
,- will ->r.iinue a tradition
begun by a parent on the \ery
pulpit. Mis. Charles Fest-
,: Mrs. Howard Mar^oluK Mrs.
james Meyer, Mrs. Leonard Rap-
Mrs Martha Rosen/wain.
Mrs. Maurice Samuels', Mrs. Mar-
(joi SUvermar, Sanford Sprintz,
I Ste and Kenneth Trei-j
gter are the parents who were I
confirmed al T mple Israel.
rhe Confirmation prayer serv-
ice Ihis year ha- l)oon written and
ged by r>.\ Joseph R. Narot.
senior rabbi of the Reform Jewish
gatlon, with several parts
written by students of the junior|
hitfh school's creative writing
classes. Entitled "Who Am I?",
th.' service combines the tradi-
tional and modern idiom relating
to the Reform ritual of Confirma-
tion.
Admission to the services s by
ticket only.
This year'a conflrmandi arc Vorma
Alenler, Thomaa AvrutiH. Cathy Rand,
Maya Bell, Bteven Bennard, <'h-ryl
Bernateln, h..bt Blaaberr William
Ulrc-hniHii. K:iihy Boxar, Una Char-
Iff. Carln Chaaaman, EBIlln Chaavman,
Ann Cohen, Jnshuii Dub In, Sheila
Baals*, Daniel Human, Michael Pea-
tlnger., Knhrrt Fielda, Brotl Finch.
Jeffrey Pranti, .lonnthim Prants,
Bally FrledAian, Edward Qorflnkle,
Jon Gold, Heidi Good, Carolyn Green,
Ron Greene, David Greenhouae, Stel-
la Grubalr. Scott Haloerln Randye
Hoder, Hi'ih Kate, Dale Kats, Kirk
Kobley, Alfred Kohn and Bretl Koven.
Alan Steven T.oe, Glendn l evene,
Tinn Levlne, Robin Uchtmati. I.ealle
Upton, Debbie Lltwak, Michael l.urle,
Amy Maraolula, Jaymle Meyer, Mer-
rle Meyera, Jeremy Mlndlln, Jodl Mur-
off, Barbara Needell, Robert Kelnkcn,
I Inda Paige, Jane Pfelfer, .r i Plan.
Karen Rapaport, Todd Relkln, Uaa
Remeny, Joel Hl.hman. Gregg Rlch-
al....... nene Rlndom, Bteven Rodney,
Elisabeth Rosenblatt, limla Rouen-
walK, Wendy Koss. David Rowen,
Robert Sachs. David Balhanlck. Ed.
ward Samuels. Stephen Sawlti. I cri
Saxon, Richard Schlealnger and rto-
berta Schwartz.
Also jodi Beltlln, Anita Bhepperd,
Jerri Sherman. Gary Sllvernian, Jon-
athan Sllverman, Andrew Simon,
'.rect; Slncoff, Pamela skiar. Todd
Somborn. Henry Sprintz, Kllitil Sprung,
Leslie Bteln, Jon Swldler, Buaanne
Travis, Alan Treister, Hrure Turkel.
Mark Alan Waldman. Leslie Werner.
Morgan Winters, Joel Wishnirk. Car-
los Wolf, Terry Wucher and Sybil
Vuran.
Dr. Abraham V/olfson, v/ho
founded the Spinoza Forum in
in 1935 and has authored two
books on Spinoza, wil) deliver
all four of the May lectures.
The group meets each Thurs-
day from 10 a.m. to noon in the
Washincjxm Federal \uditor-
ium, 1234 Washington Ave.
Admission is free, all are wel-
come.
I
Shcrvuoth Greetings To All
BEN HURWITZ, INC
licensed and Insured
Complete Building Demolition
and Land Clearing Service
16300 North Miami Avenue
Miami, Florida
Phone 624-7347, 945-7188
Shcrvuoth Greetings To All
JACK'S CYCLE SHOP
Authorized Dealer
f.CHWINN RALEIGH
COLUMBIA BICYCLES
Repairs All Makes
Parking in Rear
Phone 891-8457
65) N.6. 125th Street
North Miami
Shcrvuoth Greetings To All
JONfS GULF SERVICE
14005 W. Dixie Hwy.
North Miami Beach, Fla.
Phone 891-2052
Shcrvuoth Greetings To All
HOWARD JOHNSON'S
MOTOR LODGE
E. tnd of Airport X-way
4000 Alton Rd.
Miami Beach
532-4411
Shc-uoth Greetings To All
From
BILL
and
HERMAN KALER
Shcr. uoth Greetings To All
' ot "Just Another"
Eating Place
KIKNY'S RESTAURANT
Air Conditioned
Phone 374-4658
MM N.E. 2ND AVENUE
Open 24 Hours '
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
FLAGLER INSURANCE AGENCY, INC.
151 N.W. 79th Street, Miami
Phone: 751-8613
Donald Kaplan Marvin Haven
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
IN LOVING REMEMBRANCE
OF
OUR PARENT FOUNDERS
MR. ft MRS. JACOB RA6IN0W1TZ
Mr. and Mrs. David Rabinowitz
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz
JVlr, ind rnn. iol 04H0VMM
MIAMI DIAMOND CENTER
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
UNIVERSAL BRANDS, INC
MIAMI HOMESTEAD BRANCH
SCHLITZ and OLD MILWAUKEE BEERS
BALLANTINE BEER and ALE
LOWENBRAU and FALSTAFF BEERS
GALLO WINES
Phone 635-1391
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
LEAR SCHOOL
11211 BISCAYNE BLVD., MIAMI, FLORIDA
PHONE 757-1511
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
LEUMAS KNITTING MILLS, INC
THE NNEST KNITS
UNDER THE SUN
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
GEORGE LOWD
PLASTERING & LATHING CONTRACTORS
4170 S.W. 99th Ave., Miami 221-6672
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
SAUL NEUFELD ft ASS0C, INC
1686 N.E. 123RD STREET, NORTH MIAMI
Phone 891-3302
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
REX THREE ENGRAVING OF MIAMI, INC
2391 N.W. 20TH STREET
PHONE 635-5308
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
D0LAN ENTERPRISES INC
2610 S.W. 28TH LANE 445-0569
Best Wishes to the Jewish Community
on the occasion
of the Shavuoth Holidays
P. R. RICKLE
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
SCHWEBKE SHISKIN ft ASSOCIATES, INC.
LAND PLANNERS-ENGINEERS LAND SURVEYORS
SOIL MECHANICS
18800 N.W. 2nd Ave., Miami Phone 624-8471 or 523-0401
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
W ft K TRIM SHOP
16050 W. Dixie Highway
North Miami Beach, Florida Phone 949-1616
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
MR. ROBERTS BEAUTY SA10N
(OPEN SIX DAYS A WEEK)
7291 RED ROAD
PHONE 667-7282
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
EARL V. WILSON COMPANY
MERCHANDISE BROKERS
MIAMI JACKSONVILLE TAMPA ORLANDO
ATLANTA and ALBANY, GEORGIA
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL
THE DANIA
JAI-ALAI PALACE
Open December Thru April
PHONE 945-4345 or 949-2424


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Page 9-C
Sunday Morning
Talk On New
Will Bureau
Area attorneys will hear a talk
bv David Trask, president of the
newly established Federal Will
Bureau, during a 10 a.m. break-
fast at the Hebrew Academy of
Greater Miami Sunday.
The Federal Will Bureau, a pri-
vate association, will enable law-
yers to register wills on a na-
tional level to Insure knowledce
o( their existence and provide bet-
ter security.
Academy president Irving Fir-
tel. a Miami Beach attorney, said,
"Mr. Trask will explain the oper-
ation of significant new develop-
ments in the legal field and will
demonstrate how these will bo of
grent benefit to individual law-
practices, particularly in the field
of wills and probates."
Cohost for the event Ls Judge
Jerry Zeltzer chairman of the
Hebrew Academy legal committee.
Judge Zeltzer said that attor-
neys attending will also receive in-
formation on the opportunities
available for memorials and hon-
o:ials in connection with the near-
ly completed junior senior high
school opposite the Miami Beach
campus of Hebrew Academy.
Mrs. Emanuel Mentz Is New President
Of Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah
Mrs. Emanuel Mentz, a well-
known Zionist and civic leader,
will be installed as president of
the Miami Beach Chapter of Ha-
dassah Wednesday noon in the
Deauvi'le Hotel.
Mrs. Mentz, a life member of.
Hadassah, was president of the
Morton Towers Gioup for four
ears. She and her Ivs'-and were
hr.nored by State of Israel Bonds
in 1968. and by the Jewish Na-
tional Fund in 1971.
Mrs. Mentz has been chairman
for every luncheon he'd for Jewish
I Federation in Morton Towers. She
I serves as recording secretary for
I the Sisterhood of Temole Enianu-
El, of which she is a life meml>ei\
and is a member of the Biscayn
! Chapter. Women's American OUT,
| Hatikvah Chapter of B'nai B'rith.
Fight for Sight, and Women's Di-
vision of Brandeis University.
Mrs. Henry B. Wernick, past
j president of the Miami Beach
! Chapter of Hadassah and head of
the Women's Division of the State
of Israel Bonds of Greater Miami,
will be installing officer. Mrs. Mil-
j ton Sirkin. first president of the
I Miami Beach Chapter of Hadas-
sah, is chairman of the day.
Other officers to be installed
ne Mrs. Manny Temkin, organi-
zation vice president; Mrs. Hyman
^habner. membership vice presi-
dent; Mrs. Solomon Margolis,
fund raising vice president; Mrs.
Sol Greenbenr, Mrs. Rose Kopel,
Mrs. Sylvia Kurland, Mrs. Man-
ning Minfs. Mrs. Marcella Mon-
fotd. Mis. Joseph Rosenberg, Mrs.
Abe Ruslin and Mis. Benjamin
SteinmuUer, area vice presidents.
Also Mrs. Bess Earuch, treas-
urer; Mrs. Edward Lifshin, re-
cording secretary; Mrs. Solomon
Dane, financial secretary, and
Mrs. Rose Zeigmund, correspond-
ing secretary.
Mrs. Mentz succeeds Mrs. Sher-
man Fast, who has held the post
of president for two years.
Israeli Nite Festival Set
Ahavat Shalom Cm \' ;a!ion
will hold an "Israeli Nite Festival"
at the temple, 985 SW 67th Ave.,
Sunday beginning at 7 |mi>. i ,raeli
foods will be served; the night o;'
dancing and entertainment will
feature music by the Mark 3
Combo. Tickets are available by
contacting Dorothy R'.chman or
Be Harris.
Shavuoth Greetings To All
ALL METAL
FABRICATIONS
4222 S.W. 75th Ave.
Miami
Phone: 223-1851
AL & JACK ZISAAAN
Shavuoth Greetings To All
FLAIR OF MIAMI
209 W. 21st Street, Hialeah
885-3988
Jack Kamin
Leonard Coleman
Howard Margoluis
Shavuoth Greetings To All
OBERRY'S MAGIC
CITY DRIVING
SCHOOL
6262 N.W. 15th Avenue
Phone 691-5283
Shavuoth Greetings To All
YOUNG
AGES
604 LINCOLN ROAD
ELI LINIADO
Shavuoth Greetings To All
HERBERT
SIEGEL
PAINTING CONTRACTORS
17018 W. Dixie Highway
Phone 947-6894
Shavuoth Greetings To All
SERVICE GLASS &
MIRRORS, INC.
FREE ESTIAAATES
QUALITY WORKMANSHIP
759 N.E. 79th Street
Phone 754-5527
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
WEST CASH & CARRY BLDG.
MATERIALS OF MIAMI, INC.
50 N.E. 181 Street Phone 621-1476
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
ARMANDO'S ITALIAN RESTAURANT
1201 S.W. 22nd Street, Miami
Phone 854-4717
S^AVUUlri GREETINGS TO ALL .
SHELLEYTRACT0R &
EUIPMQENT CO.
8000 N.W. 103rd Street
Hialeah Gardens, Miami, Florida Phone: 821-4040
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
LUMBER YARDS, INC.
1261 20th Street, Miami Beach
Phone: 532-2448
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
WAIKIKI MOTEL
18801 Collins Ave, Miami Beach 947-3451
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
BUDGET HARDWARE & APPLIANCES
849 N.E. 125th Street, North Miami
Phone 891-6551
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
FLEEMAN BUILDERS
"FLEEMAN BUILT MEANS BETTER BUILT"
9300 SOUTH DADELAND BLVD. SUITE 302
PHONE 235-7811
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
CRESCENT AmWAYS, INC.
AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS
North Perry Airport, Hollywood, Miami. Tel. No. 625-2250
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
TNT CHEMICALS. INC.
MANUFACTURERS OF HOUSEHOLD INSECTICIDES
7301 N.W. 77th Street, Miami A Phone 887-7445
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALT. .
BUTLER AUTO ELECTRIC SERVICE
1077 N.W. 79th Street
Phone 693-4331
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
BETTER VACUUM SERVICE CO.
Sales and Service All Makes
Small Appliance Repairs Parts & Service
12327 N.E. 6th Ave., No. Miami, Fla. Phone 751-2889
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
HOLLOWAY COFFEE CORPORATION
421 N.W. 32ND STREET
MIAMI, FLORIDA 633-8257
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
ADVANCE SCAFFOLDS SOUTHEAST, INC.
ADVANCE TUBULAR STEEL SCAFFOLD DISTRIBUTOR
SALES RENTAL
3320 N.W. 35TH AVENUE
PHONE 635-2408
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
AL'S SERVICE CENTER
EXPERT GENERAL AUTOMOTIVE REPAIRS
1101 W. FLAGLER ST. PHONE: 371-3365
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
KEY BISCAYNE HOTELS & VILLAS
701 OCEAN DRIVE, KEY BISCAYNE
PHONE 361-5431
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
CLOSETS DECOR
AMERICA'S LARGEST AND FINEST CLOSET, BATH and
POWDER ROOM ACCESSORY STORE
732 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD (41 ST STREET)
MIAMI BEACH & PHONE: 538-0625
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
FLORIDA FUEL OIL, INC
A Subsidiary of Belcher Oil Company
Manufacturers and Oil Burning Specialists
E. McArthur Causeway, Miami, Florida 672-4692
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
HOLIDAY INN
2201 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 534-1511
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
ENNESS GARMENT CO. INC.
ENNESS GARMENT BUILDING,
221 N.W. 1ST COURT, MIAMI
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
EXPANDO TRAILER SALES
NEW and USED TRAILERS BANK FINANCED
135 N.W. 79th Street Phone 751-5084
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
KANES MASTERBILT FURNITURE CO.
NATHAN KONIGSBERG, President
5851 N.W. 35th Avenue A 633-0542
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
PERRINE CENTER PHARMACY INC.
645 PERRINE AVENUE, PERRINE
Phone 238 3641
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
DON VOGELSANG DIVISION OFFICE
Mutual of Omaha Ins. Co. United Benefit Life Ins.
Phone 377-4951 1201 Brickell Avenue


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945-4334
EUR! GHITTTNGS TO ALL .
TH.-CAI
Mm* 373-5341
AlBWBm MC
f^mm* 354-9000
CJTV
congbs mtomc
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6HTliAM PWSS, INC
34C0 NW 59TH STREET
ROtlOA-633-4271
SEATT/OTH OHETTTNGS TO ALL .
CWT1S l KAPIAW, IMC
0Nt ItlST STREET 624-9665
SHAV7C73 C-?jmNGS TO ALL .
XMB M1AMJ KACN MOVING & STORAGE
1330 Ittfc Stt. Miami Boach
532-3443
SEAVUCTH GfiEETTNGS TO ALL .
KTB OH WSURANa AGNa INC.
100 Nw* louynt KvtJ., Miami. Fl
$-** 1302-PtMMw 3717652

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SUfflY, MC
901 LAMGfOCD UMDmO
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9790 S. OiXJf >twr
645-4474
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14255 H.W. 7TM AVtWJC
NORTH MIAMI
Pfcon* 441-0O12
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2930 NW. Tifc A- -e
Herida
- 434-7744
Shoruoth Gre^in^s To All
D. T. C T001 CORF.
2777 M.W 54TH STREH
MIAMI
633-9041
Shcmioth Grtiisqs To All
KIOO-STUfT
933 WASHINGTON AVENUE
MIAMI KACH
??ONE 534-5404


Friday. May 19. 1972
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Newly installed officers of the Mount Situl
Medical Center Auxiliary are shown w'.'.h
installing officer Alvin Goldberg, director of
the Medical Center. From left to right are
vice presidents Mrs. Gerald Miller, Mrs.
Max Kesselman and Mrs. Theodore Pincjs;
newly installed president, Mrs. James H.
Ruby, and vice presidents Mrs. Sidney Nus-
senfeld and Mrs. David Farber.
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
GREENLEAF & CROSBY
JEWELERS
9700 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
THE OLDEST JEWELERS IN FLORIDA
Quality Diamonds Since 1868, Greenleaf & Crosby has beer
famous for its outstanding collection of gem quality diamonds
in traditional and modern settings.
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
EXECUTIVE SECURITIES CORP.
1175 NORTHEAST 125TH STREET
PHONE 891-0500
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
GOLDEN STRAND HOTEL & VILLAS
17901 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 947-5661
Newly elected officers of Concept House, a
drug abuse facility for young boys and girls,
were installed recently at Seacoast Towers
East by Dr. Irving Lehrmcm. Flanking Dr.
Lehrman, left to right, are Mrs. Murray Good-
man, secretary, Mrs. Emil Morton, vice presi-
dent, Mrs. E. D. Fletcher, new president of
the Women's Auxiliary, Mrs. Elly Singer,
<*
Mrs. Bennett Lifter, vice president, Mrs. Al-
bert Rosenberg, secretary, and Mrs. Sidney
Mass, treasurer. At the installation. County
Commissioner Joyce Goldberg presented a
certificate of commendation from Dade
County to Mrs. Fletcher and Mrs. Singer "in
recognition of the significant contribution
made by Concept House."
Shavuoth Greetings To All
LES COIFFURES
BEAUTY SALON
763 Arthur Godfrey Road
Miami Beach
Phone 531-0592
Shavuoth Greetings To All
HOWIE'S TIRE SALES
Complete Line of New,
Used & Recapped Tires
13640 N.W. 7th Avenue
Phone 681-1092
Shavuoth Greetings To All
FRANCIS &
COMPANY
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL
David Harrison's STUDIO OF FLOWERS
21 N. E. 36th Street Miami, Florida 33137
Telephone 751-4551
Shavuoth Greetings To All
FOX'S SHERR0N INN
6030 South Dixie Highway
South Miami, Florida
Phone 661-9201
Shavuoth Greetings To All
HEARNE ELECTRIC
Serving North Dade Area
Repairs Rewiring
New Work
Residential -Commercial
18320 N.E. 12th Avenue
North Miami Beach
947-0375
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
ALLRITE TV
700-71 st Street, Miami Beach Phone: 865-8661
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
DAVIS SANITATION COMPANY
1575 N.E. 205th Street Phone 651-2131
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
FLORIDA AUDIO VISUAL, INC.
3942 N. MIAMI AVENUE, MIAMI
PHONE 759-4473
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL
DUTCH PACKING C0.f INC
4115 N.W. 28TH STREET
PHONE: 871-3640
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
ROGER FRENCH CUSTOM TAILORS
Custom Made Shirts
7209 S.W. 57th Ct., South Miami Phone 667-8768
"WHERE CUSTOMERS SEND THEIR FRIENDS"
FRED'S TEXACO SERVICE
100 E. 9th Street HI ALE AH 887-8511
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
Tires-Batteries-Road Service and Repairs
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
EDWARDS PRODUCE CO., INC.
1201 N.W. 21ST STREET Phone: 374-6143
P0RT0FIN0
EXTENDS
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
EL BATURR0 SPANISH RESTAURANT
2322 N.W. 7TH STREET, MIAMI
PHONE 642-9043
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
CRAND0N DRUGS, INC
500 N.E. 191st Street, Miami, Florida
Phone 652-1400
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
CHIPPY'S RESTAURANT & PANTRY
101 MIRACLE MILE, CORAL GABLES
PHONE 446-7031
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
CITY MEMORIAL AND MONUMENTS, INC
86 N.E. 79TH STREET 759-1669
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
THE CAKE BOX BAKERY
8962 S.W. 97TH AVE., MIAMI, FLORIDA
PHONE 271-5605
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
BEAUTY LOUNGE HAIR STYLISTS
9488 Harding Ave., Surfside
Phone 865-9342
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
ANDALUSIA BAKE SHOP
248 Andalusia Coral Gables, Fla.
Phone 445-8188 Jess Quesada, Owner
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
JOE GUTHERIE'S REPAIR SHOP
GENERAL AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING "SINCE 1922"
"OUR WORK IS AS GOOD AS THE BEST"
3828 N.W. 2nd Ave., Miami, Fla. Phone 757-1155
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
HOUSE OF CHEN TONG
1232 N.E. 163rd Street, North Miami Beach
Phone 945-1722
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
A. A. HERNANDEZ, REALTOR
1157 S.W. 2nd Street, Miami, Florida
Phone 373-1533
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
L. GELVAN ENTERPRISES
9990 N.W. 87th Ave., Hialeah Gardens
Telephone 823-3290
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL .
GRAY DRUGS INC.
7611 Dadeland Mall, Miami, Florida
Phone 661-8564


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Friday, Hay 19, 1975
Israel's Aid To Latin America The Why And How
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in Israel, which necessi'at" :
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let Joosr- and 1 Ivan-
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are 1
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> he said Isi

Israi
: -. .". be-
ing sought a
is a !
ciaiist islands exist ir. a ca

indust ry are cul-
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bases. Thus, the
n -i- 1 to Mi .n o'i*-
tide the 1
.
. the Uni I **es
with which young natl Jo not
pant to be
i
To these reasons are a Id d the
ith the 'human
As one
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speaker men
si Jewish sens
for 'tachJis" as be put it
the practcality an: ility o(
1
JNF-Beth Israel Banquet
To Fete Moses Grundwerg
Mosaa J. Grundwerg, a past
president of Beth Israel Congre-
gation, will be the bonoree at tht
annual JN'F-Beth Isra 1
V.'-jir. da} June 7. *arti*J! at
( '',# p.m. in the temple's Harry
N Schwartz auditorium.
' A noted community leader an';
philai ". Mr '- ind Is
his odtsta
on 1 for hi'
',.
Serving as chairman of th ?vcnt
is former Councilman. Judge Nor-
man Ciment.
Membi n of the ticket conimit-
>< are Bernard Loren, chiirman
Or. Irv ir Mako. iky. Samuel H'ald-
-nan, Morton Maybi Sold
ing, Murray R -
Schecht Ben Sti 1 5 ig-
Martin
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R
-
" l Si I fix H hi
By b then the
.:' Sur-
rounded a- H :- I: b
bors. it look* for frtesMB elsewMri
thousand.* which helped
l
rive benefit from the local econ-
From his words, it teems that
the Israeli ad-.isers feel they offer
ferent i-r.age of the Jew un-
.; picture in the mind
of man) gentiles that o: the
saman, concerned with ma-
terial ring and monetary
IS. Here are Israeli-. .lews.
who live on shoestring salaries,
times away from the isrg?
urban centers where the r nized Jewish community resides.
cin? professions whi<-h no
;oca! J 5. Tne non-Jews he
I out, not! this
re in Latin America do the
- work and what do they
o- Seventeen of the 24 republics
in the region have Israeli advisers
The o' erwhelminjz majority are in
. ulture and related areas T
average project '''"
one in Catamarca. Arg ti
. a rural consolidation and
from an
of trained man 0 more ; >p-
: parts of thi
As in all cases, local techn
worked hand in hand -ith Israi 1
'the speaker described the Israel
expert as the "shadow" of the
local man. who holds the executive
power) in settling 600 families on
irrigated holdings which would
produce profitable farm commodi-
ties and lead to the development
of agricultural industries. Similar
plans are underway in Haiti an
the Dominican Republic. The Is-
raeli official described the Inter-
est with which Dr. Joaquin Bula-
guer, president of the Dominican
Republic, studied thes? projects which illustrates thi- ~
sonally, going over the d:tai--
late into the night in his residence
and approving a second, similar
The National Confarence of'
Synagogue toutn ot the U-.ion
of Orthodox Jewish Conarega-
tions of America paid tribute
this week to Mrs. Leo Robin-ion
at a luncheon in the Eden Hoc
Hotel. Mrs. Robinson, who was
named "Woman of Valor 1972" 1
by the international youth
movement, received tributes
from Rabbi Berel Wein of Beth
Israel Congregation and Rabbi
Boruch Taub, director of the
Southern Region of the Union.
Hostesses were Mrs. Jackie
Wein and Mrs. Karalyn Robin-
son.
Shavuoth Greetings To All
MacVICAR-WELLS INC.
3445 North Miami Avenue
Miami, Florida
Phone 373-4611
Shavuoth Greetings To All
MR. LEO C'MENT
of the
DIXIE PICTURE FRAME CO.
EXTENDS
to All His Friends and Patrons
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Shavuoth Greetings To All
From
MR. and MRS.
DONALD FARBER
MR. and MRS.
MILTON RICHMOND
Shavuoth Greetings To All
FINE POTATO CHIP CO.
3485 N.W. 65th St., Miami
-691-0231-
am.
Other types of aid are also
In Bolivia and Ecuador th?
NAHAL Young Fighting Pio- ,
neenJ pattern of combining mili-;
with agricultural work
in being adapted with I>rae]i help.
Costa Rica's national youth move-
merit was created with the gui-,
dance of an Israeli expert Tht.-
port of Barbados has a .-hief man-1
time er.g.neer who is from Israel, i
All the-e activities arc- under th-
coordination of the Internationa":
ration Division of the Minis-
f Foreign Affairs in .Teru- j
1 sa'lcm. As le :rom the afon
assistance, which -
..ateral i :s be-
:
try, I>ra'.-1 also -
;-. .-:.:. Inl
ies su h as the
of An* :. an States bi this
- be visits are con-
;. :: Israel t r over-
teas lonah Thi- y-ar the
head of the National Argararian
Instil iti was one of the hi;h Ven-
ezuelan officials who went to Is-
I to 1 -e and stu ly
don: meeting an atta
American Embassy, h
that there were three
Shavuoth Greetings To Al!
SIL MARGOLIS
DAN S:MKIN
MARK ROSENFELD
GALLOWAY PRAMACY
PrescriptionsBarton's Card/
Charge Accounts Invited
7C35 S.W. 87th Avenue
Miami-271-3031
Shavuoth Greetings To Al!
FROM
J. EUSTER
Shavuoth Greetings To Ail
THE GARDINER SCHOOL
140 N.E. 119TH STREET
MIAMI SHORES
754-7331
Shavuoth Greetings To All
GOLD SEAL BAKERY
2239 Coral Way
(Off 22nd Ave.)
Phone 446-9330
Shavuoth Greetings To All
PEIKIN SHOP INC.
Jewelers
Founded 1899
923 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach
Phone 531-0484
Compliments of
DYSART SWIMMING POOL
SERVICE
and
DYSART POOl AND PATIO
WORLD, INC.
16160 Biscayne Blvd.
Phone 944-1291 or 531-5069
Ft. Lauderdale 524-1473
Shavuoth Greetings To All
BARNABY'S RESTAURANT
1500 West 49th Street
Hialeah
Phone 823-2330
Shavuoth Gree'ings To All
VIENNA BAKERY
B.rtnday Cakes
While You Wait
C'csed Sa'jrdays
51 Arthur Godfrey Road
Miami Beach, Fla. 33140
Phone 534-3800
Shavuoth Greetings To All
DISPLAY UNLIMITED
7400 N.W. 37th Avenue
Miami, Florida
Telephone 693-3801
Shavuoth Greetings To All
N. DAVIS & COMPANY,
Jewelers
310-312 Seybold Building
36 N.E. 1st Street
Phone 358-2485
Shavuoth Greetings To All
FOOD SPOT
STORES
Groceries t Dairy Stores
Located
Throughout Dade County
perts working In Chi!e
you mean three?" the
retorted. "You have
here."
The Israeli insisted I
wen; indeed only three
and offered to have his
friend meet them. After
vestigation the Isra :.
where the- mistake la-.
Israelis working in 6
capacity. : .us their -.vi.
dren were counted in
ican census: they just
lieve that three men
so much noise." L ,-
think that the Isra<\; ex
pet-- with U.S. adviser- ;,."
emphasized: "On
- wc usuallj pi
em >.; rts from comi ;
Tanzania, for exa-
lis. came the C
were the last Western
the count.;.
<~>. V.--.-J. Jnvjth TV!-.--.-
With so much n I be-
tween Israel and Latin Am
les appears that a larg
number of advisers are in th
gk>n. This impressi in -
1 .c-r. The speaker recalled an
incident during his stay in Chile .
Shavuoth Greetings To Al!
COPfrtN/CO'S
RESTAURANT
PHONE 621-0944
250 N.E. 183RD STREET
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
Shavuoth Greetings To All
CAPITAL ROOFING CO. &
SAIFMAN BROS.
AIR CONDITIONING CORP
All Types of Residence
ndustrial & Commercial Roc's
7553 Cutlass Avenue
North Bay Village 865-3205
Shavuoth Greetings To All
Dade, Broward arc:
IRVING L. WEXLER
MUZAK CORP.
Mcnroe Counties
531-7341
Shavuoth Graetintrs Tc A'.
NORMANDY PLAZA
H0TE1
6979 COLLINS AVE.
866-2701
Shavuoth Greetings To All
RALPH HAYES
FLOWER HOUSE
Established Since 19-45
9460 Harding Ave., Surfside
866-2C56-1206
312 Arthur Godfrev Road
Miami Beach -531-0872
Shavuoth Greetings To Ail
MILLER CUT-RATE DRUGS
You Never Pav More When
You Shop at
Miller's Drug Store
PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS
VITAMIN HEADQUARTERS
DOWNTOWN
217 N.E. 1ST AVENUE
371-6731 371-5862
Shavuoth Greetings To All
OVtRHOLT
JEWELERS
7220 Red Road
Crossroad Building
South Miami
Phone 665-2112


[ridoy. May 19. 1972
+Jen HHJcrldTI&n
Page 13-C
Jean Gersfein
Mrs. Schwartz Arlene Schler
Aviva Pioneer Women
Meeting Tuesday Noon
Aviva Chapter of Pioneer Wom-
en will hold its regular meeting at
Washington Federal. 633 NE 107th
St., Tuesday at 12:30 p.m.
Elizabeth Mongin will lead the
singing of the anthems, and Celia
Wolfson, program chairman, will
rrad an original paper entitled,
"The Topic Genesis."
Beach High PTA Installs New Slate
Miami Beach Senior High will
honor faculty members at an In-
stallation Wednesday at 3 p.m. in
the school cafeteria.
School principal, Dr. Solomon
Lichtcr, will install the following
PTA officers Mrs. Paul Rosen,
president; Mrs. Stuart Jacobs,
president-elect; Mrs. Ronald After,
Mrs. Leonard Jacobs, Mrs. Jack
Gould, Mrs. Robert Somerstein,
vice presidents; Mrs. Bennett Lee
and Mrs. Micheline Sims, secre-
taries; Mrs. Samuel Zaiac and
Mis. Dorothy Fleisher, treasiuers.
Mrs. Sam Rabin is serving as
chairman of the day, Mrs. Louis
Baron is in charge of d.'cora'ions;
the program will be directed by
Mrs. Joseph Nevel.
Barry College Graduation
- 1 1 M
in. 1 li .
1 :>
the 1 knnu
'' 1 -r. 1 It. P
be. 1 r
"? 1 Icl -
ither's Day held special mcan-
or the 177 students graduating
Barry College during its 31st
ial coinmencement. ClradjUBJ-
xercises were held at 2 p.m.
34 students receiving under-
rate degrees, and at 8 p.m.
who received their graduate
-.
i -i speaker for the ceremon-
ii is Msgr. Michael V. Gannon,
ir of the Catholic Studenl
i- at the University of Flor-
i who is also an associate pro-
ir in the Department of Re-
and professor of history at
diversity of Florida. Auxiliary
p Rene Gracida of the Arch-
. of Miami conferred both
undergraduate and graduate
degrees; the invocations vere
given by Rev. Neal McDermott,
O.P., chaplain of the college.
The graduates included Arlene
Schler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Eli Schler, 1325 13th Tor., Miami
Beach, who received a B.A. degree
summa cum laude; Cynthia (Mrs
Sam) Schwartz, 1200 S. Biscayne
Point Rd., Miami Beach, who re-
< ived a B.A. degree magna sum
laude, and Joan Gerstein, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Al Gerstein, 2217
NE 123rd St., who received a B.S.
degree.
fcl
Joel Wart Malcolm Campbell
Southern Bell
Barnes Ware
i >. Ware, general commer-
and marketing manager for
n Bell for South Florida,
een appointed assistant vice
in of the telephone corn-
He will te in charge of
lern Bell's public relations
ities in Florida.
top echelon personnel
nt, associated with the
iny's relocation oi state
lartera from Jacksom llle to
is the selection ol Malcolm
unpbell as general commer-
ger for South Florida.
Campbell, who will move
from Jacksonville, also will
charge of the company's rate
- : tariff groups.
Mr, Ware replaces John T.
Wiley who will now head the
South Florida marketing depart-
ment. All changes have already
! >me effective.
Mr. Ware, who received his M.S.
degree from Massachusetts Insti-
tute of Technology in 1967, has
been with Southern Beli for 20
years,
3rd Israeli Elected
To National Academy
Prof. Yuval Ne'eman, president
of Tel Aviv University who ha
been granted honorary member-
ship in the U.S. National Acai-
emy of Science, is the third Is-
raeli to be elected as foreign as-
sociate of this prestigious institu-
tion.
The Academy serves as an ad-
visory body to the President of the
United States among its other
functions; all foreign associates
chosen are scientists ol interna-
tional renown.
Shown above are six past-presidents of the
oldest lodge on the beach, Miami Beach
B'nai B'rith Lodge 1591. Reading from left
to right are Lawrence H. Shuman, immediate
past-president; George Talianoff, immediate
past-chairman, Society of Fellows; Irving
Schatzman, life president of the Lodge;
Samuel Pascoe, president, Florida State As-
sociation of B'nai B'rith Lodges and former
president, B'nai B'rith Council of South Flor-
ida Lodges; Dr. Michael Sossin, director of
the Blackstone Retirement Home, and attor-
ney Gershon Miller, Lodge Luncheon Club
chairman for the past 24 years. Photo was
taken at the recent 26th annual installation
dinner in the Seville Hotel, where Mr. Talia-
noff acted as installation officer and Mr.
Pascoe was chairman of the evening.
Pictured at the Israel Independence Day Dinner are, (from
left to right) Michael Litvak, director of State of Israel Bonds
for the Greater Miami area; David Coleman, dinner chair-
man; Dr. Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of Temple Beth
Sholom and national chairman of the Israel Bonds Rabbinic
Cabinet; James M. Albert, chairman of the Greater Miami
Israel Bond Organization; Herman L. Shaw, recipient of the
State of Israel Prime Minister's Medallion; Ambassador
Yosef Tekoah, Israel's permanent representative to the
United Nations; Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of
Temple Emanu-El who serves as chairman of the Israal
Bonds board of governors; Dr. Joseph R. Narot, spiritual
leader of Temple Israel, and Dr. Mayer Abramowitz, spiritutJ
leader of Temple Menorah.
H.
At the closing session of the Advanced Hebrew class for teachers, Dr. Nathaniel
Soroff (seated) of the Bureau of Jewish Education was honored for his 14 years
of instruction at the Institute of Jewish Studies. Seen in the picture are (from
left to right) Edith Jacobson, Leah Simon, Ida Porush, Roslyn Ness, Leah Fiksel,
Sylvia Y. Kravitz, Sarah Liebenson, Dora Katz, Fania Soroff, Cantor Abraham
Seif. Leah Naparst, Sonia Berkowitz, Daniel Freed, Hyman Cohen, David
Mermelstein and Abraham Segal.


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NOTICE OP ACTIO*
CONSTPJCCTIWE SERVICE
NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO 7?-**2
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IX RE Th- Marrtajs- :
KI<~HA_.I- PEACO -
Bajabnad
COXXIB PEA'-OTK.
w.(-
- IXXIE PE.SCOCK
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M-*ha*' Afca, In-liai.i
V' ML" ARE HEREBY X' "
'hat an a. '
ri_j[e I
y-m are r* yonr arrltt-* i! any. to It
;n JOFA. l> ROBBiifH. attorn. I r
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'.mi--. Florida, and file th orlcinal
with the <-l-rk ot the abovr ttrScd
*art ',n or b*for* Jar." ISth. 1973;
otherwif* a d-fault Will b-
aralnt r^t for the relief d-mu'.'l-i
in th rY,mr-laint or petition.
Th.* aafjaa -hall b- paMi'h-
*a/h wU tf'T f'-ur *oi -- u* w--k:i*
in THf: JEWIKH Pljr.RIT>'%N'.
WrTXtaM mr hand and '
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By X A HEWKI 1
A- Density 'lerk
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IOBI D ROBRtt-H
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Altnrney for P- -. -
I U-1S-.-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2064
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE
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Dated at Miami I thia
.. nl \i> l73
ROBE BAUMSHLAO
Al Kx'-utrix
Firrt publiratlon .,r li ... ......
da! ol April. : :
JOKKPH 8CHMIEK
Mlam
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No 72-T722
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
f .. X."
K" N AIX> 11- i>A>WIA>
- and -Ml Per>^ Har-
iijr Llaittto or Demand. AaWan" e**4
^YoiT are hereby notined and re-
,i --. tt, brJit any rla.n- and de-
afcicJ. ;.,^i may ha-r aa>-;-t
tate of BOXALD H i'""""
M.VN Oecea-ed UUr of Da,!- c"'^-1--
unty Jnde of Dad*
-.:.' BOd :.i the .-am- ,r. do;
Moulded in w
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m :.'h- fr-tn the tinvr of MM ..--'-'
A. or the tame will '
1 .-. M*mi. Florida, thia Ml
day of AjyriL A.. !.
Rifi'DA O-.DMAX
Aa Bsaentrte
Ptral pnbIicaiK,r. of tbie notare oa
th- day of May. :::..
Myera, Kapi-:. Porsar, Ldrlnoon *
K-tiin
Attorneyi for ll--utnx
su:-. i :>. .- '. PlTfi Btreet
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY,
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO /2-*C7
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IX RE T>- Mam..' of
r;r;ftALD JAi K iPPEXHETM,
liu-
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II-DITH OPPEXHEIM
I VVifi
T" J11HTH f'PPEXHETM
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ARE HEREBY X'VT
ibai I
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I BL P. CHASE
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nue, Mian Fl rid

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THE 'E -i: FL 'I IDIAX
u-'

E. I rtMAX
. Circuit Court
Da :- uni F
B] C P '' 'PElJSXD
A Dentil
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Am ej for Pel
IN THE COUPrrv JUDGE S COUkr
IN AND POP! "
DADE COUNTY. PLORioa
IN PROBATE
Ne. 72-20M
ARTHUR W. PRrMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Batata of
SARAH KMX'HSXSTErX
DaeaaaaadL
To All Cr-ditora and An P- r
inaT Claim.- or Demands A.. it
H-iate. ^*
Ton are h-r-by notif,.i
paired to present any dxirr..
ma.-.d- h:.h yon may hav-
ihe tale of SARAH K!..-. V(
STEIN d- -jaed late of Dao,
l"V,ri Dad- County, and Ble ]--
flurii. > and a.- pr
1Z1 1C. F-.
in the Coajnt] Conr
D.,i- Cnmsty, FV-rida. -.,
calendar nvn.th- from th-
the fir>t nnbli--ati..r,
a^m- a ill be baxr-d
I jt Miami. FVor.da
day of Ant-fl, a D. !'-::
XATHAX SHAS'K
A- Ex-.-nto-
Plrat nttblirati'.-.
II JUl day '( May. T -T.
BAXTER A PRIEDMAX
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NOTICE BY PUBLICAT.ON
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Tm
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
N CHANCERY. NO. 72.4755
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Ir. t*: MARRIAGE OF: .
NORM A JAY LI'Tl.EK
-
CHARI.ES a BUT]
Hu.-t.ai.il.
TO: Cl i A. O BUT
1 It- -
Tost, CHABLEH A. BI'TLEB
' thai
C mpialal for Drrom
vi ..: .i .-u I ...
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Plan ding In th- itiii of Coi
PlaintlfFa attorn.y. MAR \..
PER ;rj Security Tru-t :
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:.;l"I and !ii- th- .,-^-. ..-,..

the Cin-uit u
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Bhall i- |.u'
for fonr -- .
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I-'X:: AXD riRDEREl

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ait C ir -;-..'., -
R :.( KISS
Denatj -
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ISPER
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lacier Street
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NO. 72447
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
the aae ,.f
PAUIJXE HEATH.
-KSI lli:.\TH huah
TO EARNEST HEATH
Rl B -
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V'.r ARE HEREB'
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i.ih a u. Miami p
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of ih-
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he 1
DATED
' B LEATHERMAX
; 1 uri
BY X A HBWETT
' Hit C Ul .-
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Open litiy Day Closed Sabbalh
140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1719
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE K
HARRY I. CARSON
I,- ,..-..,|
T" M; ",: l nd All Person* H ,v-
v,"u :"" hereby notified and re.
......
u may have .
' "tale of HARRY I. CARSON
' './;"." pad. County- Ptor.
i... 10 ih.- i onnty Judaea of i,,,,,.
ou.-y. and ffU .,.
i provided
; ,',''r';1" s'--""-'- In
P"" W'lhln alx calendar
montha.from the .in... i
Chirred '""' '" "'
B PRAXKMX CARM i
Al Executor
MAI' MERMEI '.
Stiorm y r.r i;... ,..
a W Third Avenui
5
IN THE COUi.TV JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No 72-1300
Artr-or W. Primm
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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AXXETTA WISE
A .-
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HRVRY Vi iHTOX
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAVE LA.-.
B H .:::

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STAB l CHICHI CHICI
' \ .-.- numi n
the Ci t
Mir
1 ur I : u y
Fl
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STAR I- (MIX
PRi iDI'i TS IXi'
by. T l: I.I.ERI
Sarei :
will
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERF-.it> fJTVEX thai
the underaia-ned, deairlns Ui pi .
i.u-iii.-k- under th. ,, :,~.
I.AISV AND TAP.sr BOUTIQUE <
of Miami, Plorida, Intmdi to
later ihe mid name n-lth Ihe Clerk
nnrMa "u" "' "'..... County,
day^nrlVYtrT' '"""l"'' ""' M,h
MKI.IKKI: CORPORATION
l.y. III.AS I MEDINA, Be. retary
.' "-rj-1!...-..
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAI CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY CIVIL ACTION
7?.94=1
PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
The M ,,..-.
. El RAXOII .; THOM VS
\\
JOHN" THOMA8
i I ii I
Til .I..||\ THOMAS
l".: Convent vvei ue
A ...IT 111. \.
,. x' v' Ken Y,..-k
' -".'H.V THOJI \s. ,, I,,...!,,
BUI of Con ., ,
filed .,, I, M rou,
'"' >-ou i.....uired i ...., ,-,.. ;
' or Pleading .. th,
' ni tl pu, t
MAX P kv.;,-i ,
. ', rtj-faultnlli he taken nnlnal
notlee ahall be nubllahed rmee
r?UF,-(n,r^x' *
r-lorld? mZPJZ"l"" ;" Mtaml.
IMS h,y "h ,l;'-v "'' a 11
i: n i c\thki:mav .-i,,l
C,r.u .;;. ,..lUfi|-v _'.,
By: X. A, II i:\vett
in. ,. "-"u'v Clerk
'i ".ui. curl Real)
si \.V P EXCEL
Miami, i- lorida ISiiit
Attornej for Plaintiff
3 12-19.;.; | i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S C .-"
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FL0 Z-
IN PROBAT
No. 7;.?57 P-
NOTiCE TO CREDiT0r-
r.1
, PAUL II CIAXC1
To All Cn md A

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In which you m
the ..!.....f PAI'L !:
... M,- 'ounty .ludu, -
..I ni. th. ,i
.i- pros detl In Section 7
Statuti in their i'"Uii-
urtl um ,i Dad, i
Ida, uiili.n ais frni
tlm. of the find nu
r 'li. -.ini- will be
!:..i al -"'I'
' iy ID IP7S
JOSEPHINE T SXCI
Al Kx, u"
I i-iil.li, atlon nl thi>
the
JAi'K .1 T\i-i-i:i:
i Attorney for Executrix
1700 X.S.V 7 Street

:
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2217
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I" l:i: Rotate of
l-II 1.1 SX LEHMAN'
I le, :i-.,l
To mi Creditor* .in.I All P.
iiiir Claims or Demand* \ ~ '
You are hereby notlfl.
nuired ',, nreaenl any lann- '''
manda which v,,u un hut.
Ihe eatate ..f I.'ll.l.l.W I EILM ( x' '"
i eaa. d late ..f In..I.- County, KI"inJ
to ihe County Judge* i '"'">
and fi!.- the an me in die li. i. ""'J*
nrnvlded in Section 7Si l'lorl("
Btatutea, In their office* In ih. OJJ"
ii Courthouse In Dade County. ''"''
Ida. within six calendar monihalW"
ih- time of ih.- fiisi put.
"f. !- the sum.- i|i li, barren
Dated at Miami. Florida. Hi
of May, aiv IH7J,
MARK s I EHMAX
As Adminiatratoi
Pirsi publiratlon f thia
the .", ilny of Mnv. 197J.
Harry Zukeralck
Attorney for Adminialmlxr
IL'" Lincoln Road. Miami I'-
ll, "*


Friday. May 19. 1972
+Jewish fhrktiain
Page 15-C
LEGAL NOTICE
LEtfril NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
voTICK 18 HBKEItY OIVBN tliat
|U,',. underslgnad. desiring to engage in
,i court of Dade County. Florida.
" THK IT11.ER CLUB. INC.
IMlihel 8. I>>rie. PrcsUlcnt,
HAIUU8* SIBKIN. p. v.
Mi.rn.vs for Applicant
*,h Moor Dade Federal Bid*.
j;,.,,,,,. Klorld. 35131 ,...
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NoYIit: IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ii,; undersigned, desiring to engage in
i.us.ii.s.s under the fictitious mime of
Tt.NVS CELLAR. INC. d/b/a MIL-
\\ s Ml'il UOBLBT hi 1880 Coral
L\-a Miami, Ma. Intends to register
. .;i ..in.- with the Clark of the Clr-
!'..,, i oil "l Dade County, Florida.
TONV8 i Hl.l.AR. IXC.
;, Florida coriwralion .
Mil:! VM BECKERMAN
Aitrney foi applicant
- kV 3rd Avenue
'"" E 5-lt-M-M
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
72-8623
In He The Marriage of
l-AI I. M. BIjUOMUARDEX,
husband,
initl
HI wi; BLOOMGARDEN,
NOTICE OF ACTION
Til nlANE BLOOMGARDEN
Apt. 1005
"..'.". Hawthorne Place
Chicago, Illinois 80667
Yt>l" ARE NOTIFIED that all ac-
i inss.iiuUi>ii .it Marriage has
been filed agalnat you and you are
.i to serve a copy of your writ*
1.1 defenses, if any. to It on Philip
!>]... in attorney for Petitioner whoac
,,.!.lrc.s is 1121 City National Hank
Kutlillng, .Miami, Florida S3130, on or
Ix'tore June .'. 1972, and file the origi-
...i ivlth the Clerk of this Court either
I., fore service on Petitioner's' attor-
i Immediately thereafter; other-
. default will be entered agalnat
.mi for the relief demanded in the
\HSS my hand and the seal
Courl .'ii April 27, 1972.
i: i: LEATHERMAX,
;is Clerk of said Court
By: P. COPELAND
as 1 >.iputy Clerk
(Court seal)
5/5-lt-19-fce
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2055
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In i:i. Estate of
JACOB l"i ix
I', eased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
lllg Claims or Demands Agalnat Said

you axe hereby notified and re-
quire! i.. present any claims and de-
niimdH which vou mac have agalnat
ihi estate of .iacoh Ft>X deceased
late .! Hade County, Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
fill ihe same in duplicate and as pro-
vi.L.i in Bectlon 732.16, Florida Stat-
utes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
Hill in six calendar months from the
tins .'f the first puhlilcation hereof,
or Ihe same will he barred.
Haled at Miami, Florida, this 1 day
of -May. A.D. 1972.
EDITH FOX
As Executrix
I' rs| publication of this notice on
Ihe ", day of May, 1972.
KWEPH SCHMIER
\ii,.rney for Estate
'"" Lincoln Itoad. Miami Reach, Fla.
B -.12-19-26
NOTICE UNDEK
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NuTIi E IS HEREBY OrVB.N that
'! ui.dcrsigncd. desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
l"'.\ QUIXOTE CAI.I.EItV. DON
Q1MJOTE GALLERY at 2441 N.W.
4'h Street, Miami. Fla. intends to
register said name with the Clerk
"i the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Ploi Ida.
MARIO F. FONTEI.A
S/S-12-12-M
NOTICE I'NDER
Fit TITIOCS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
[he undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
["ORTINA TRANSFER at 1219 W.
Flagler Street, Miami. Fla. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk ol
the Cinuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
FORTVNATO S. CORTINA
_____________ 4'28 5/5-12-19
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1959
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In HE: Estate of
DAVID WB1NRAUCH
Deceased.
To Ml Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Vou are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
' .slate of DAVID WEINRACCH
deceased late of Dude County. Flor-
Jeeeascd late of Dade County.
rl'irlda, to the County Judges ot
Hade County, and file the same In
duplicate and as provided in Section
732.16, Florida Statutes, in their of-
'"'- in the County Courthouse in
Dade County. Florida, within six cal-
endar months from the time of the
first publication hereof, or the same
'll he barred.
Hated at Miami. Florida, this 20
"ay of April, A.D. 1972.
BETTY WEINRACCH
As Executrix
Urst publication of this notice on
VSS S*ynf "*rl>. !72.
JOSEPH SCHMIER
attorney for Executrix
"o Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Fla.
4/28 5/3-12-19
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDn
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2111
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
MARY VER1N MARCUS
lie.eased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing .Claims, or 1 > mauds Against .gale
Estate:
Vou are hereby notified and re-
quired to pros, ill any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
Hi. estate of MARY VEltIV MAR-
CUS deceased late of Hade County,
Florida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided in Section 733.-
16, Florida Siatutes. in Iheir offices
in Ihe County Courthouse in Dade
County, Florida, within six calendar
months front the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 27th
day of April. A.D. 1972.
LEON JAROSLAW
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the S day of May, 1972.
KCRT \\ ELL1SCH
Attorney for LEON JAROSLAW,
Executor
167 Almeria Avenue.
Coral Gables, Fla.
_ .V3-12-19-26
IN THE 11TH CIRCUIT COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 72-8534
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IX RE: The marriage of
JEAN O. MIMES', husband
and MA MIMES', Wife.
yoi, ma mii.ien. residence Mar-
tlisan No. 168, Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
are required to file your answer to
the petition for divorce with the
Clerk of ihe above Court and serve a
copy thereof upon. Herman Cohen,
Bsq 1319-11 Congress Hldg., on or be-
fore Ma) 30, 1972, or else petition will
be confessed.
Hat. d: April 26, 1972.
K. I!. I.ealherman
clerk, Circuit Court
By R. M. KISSES
I leputy Clerk
(Circull Court Seal)
_______________________4 28 r. 8-12-19
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-8455
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
The Marriage of
SANDRA ANN KRAMER, Wife
and
ALAN J. KRAMER. Husband
TO: AUN .1. KRAMER
o.'o A1m.ii Motel
P. O. Box 14
Sprlnglake. New Jersey "7763
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to It
on David M. Qonshak. attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 1497
Northwest 7th Street, Miami. Flor-
ida 33135, and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled court
on or before June 1. 1972: otherwise
a default will I.....nt.-red 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 THK JEWISH FM1RIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
2:. day of Aoril. l:-7J.
E. B. I.EATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By C. P. COPEl.ANn
As Deputy Clerk
fCireuit Court Seal)
David M. Conshak
1497 Northwest 7th Street
Miami. Florida 33125
Attorney for Petitioner
4/23 r, -,-12-19
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY i;tv..\ that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of STARDUST APARTMENTS at
number 310 Collins Avenue, in the
city of Miami Beach, Florida, intend
to register the said name with the
Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
Haled hi .Miami, Florida, rhis 9
day of .May, 1972.
Jack Harris
l.ucy Harris
n.n BUaenberg
Pauline Elsenberg, his wife
Sti wart Hlooin
Renata Hlooni. his w ife
David Hlooni
Catherine Itloom, his wife
ARONOVITZ, SILVER AS R< a iTII
Attorneys for Applicants
968 Alnsley Pudding
Miami, Florida 33133
5/12-19-26 C'2
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2090
ARTHUR W. PR1MM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
HEXRY PERI.MAX
I ).. eased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Bstate:
Vou are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
Ihe estate of HEXRY 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 738.16,
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 same
be barred.
Haled at Miami. Florida, ihis
day of April. A.D. 1972.
HARVEY BAXTER
As Executor
Firs) publication of this notice on
Ihe Sth day of May, '972.
RAXTBR & FRIEDMAX
Attorneys for Executor of Ihe Estate
of Henry IVrlmnii
is.7.-. VI-: 163rd St.
North M.-iu- leach, Florida
.".'.".-12-19-26
LEGAL NOTICE
will
26th
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
! NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t" engage in
business under the fictitious name of
i.CCKY Dl'CK STABLES ai 12706
N.W. 2nd Street, Dade Cunty. Flor-
ida intend to register said name with
the ci.-rk of the circuit Court of
Hade County. Florida.
Robert J. Nerney M% Owner
Dorine Nerney 50rL Owner
HAN SATIN
Attorney for applicant
23 West Flagler Street
Suite 1137
.Miami. Florida 33130
4/2S 5/5- 12-1J
I ___^________^^_^_^_^_______^__
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERERY CHVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
I- S. KNIGHT, LTD. at 1801 Ray
Road. Miami Beach, Florida intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
HATED: March 14. 1972.
liarhara Duhhin, President
Imnort Center. Inc.
1H01 Bay Road
Miami Bench, Florida
I-nwrenoe C. Porter
Myers. Kaplan. Porter Lovfnson &
Kenln
Attorneys for Import Center. Inc.
Suite 304. 11.16 8.W. First Street
Miami. Florida 33130
371-9041
4'28 5.3-12-19
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
AMERICAN HANDBAGS CO, at 98
S'.E. 74th Street, Miami, Florida in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida
RIO-SERCM LABS, INC.
a Florida corporation
By: ALBERTO DEI.c.ADO,
President
Sole Owner
GOODMAN ft IIOITZMAN. ESQS.
Attorneys for Rio-Serum l.abs, Inc.
1100 Concord Ruilding
Miami. Florida
4'28 5/-5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that
the Undersigned, desiring to engage ill
business under the fictitious names of
JONETTE RALES and .IONETTE EN-
TERPRISES at 14765 N.W. 22nd
| Court, Opa Ix>cka. Florida 33054 in-
tends to register said names with the
Clark of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
BARHEN CORP.. a Florida
corporation
By: SIDNEY GERBER
President
HARRY 7.IKFRNICK
Attorney for Applicant
420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
4,28 5/5-12-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
A-l AMERICAN CONSTRUCTION
CO. at 95 N.E. 73rd Street, Miami.
Florida intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
MEDICAL DIAGNOSTIC CENTER.
INC.
Bv: ADOI.FO OCHOA. President
SOLE OWNER
GOODMAN & HOLTZMAN
Attorneys for Medical Diagnostic
Center. Inc.
1100 Concord Building
Miami, Florida 33130
4 '28 5/5-12-19
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-8445
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
IN RE: MARRIAOEOF:
OF MARRIAGE
CARRETT URIEL.
MARSHA F BRILL,
TO: MARSHA F. ItKIT.I,
L":ni Windovcr Street
Pittsburg, Pennsylvania
YOU ARE HERERY 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 MAX P. BNGBL. attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 1400 N.W.
luth Avenue. Suite 17-G, Miami, I'lor-
ida. and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court on
or before June 1, 1972; otherwise a
default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the com-
plaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive wej-ka
in THE JEWISH KliORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Minmi, Florida on this
25 day of April, 1972.
E. B. IJiATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By C. P. COPB1.AND
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
MAX P. BNGBL
1400 N.W. 10th Avenue. Suite 17-C
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
4/33 5 .".-12-19
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-9471
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in RE: Tii.- Marriage of
OLEXN A. STROM, Husbund,
CHERYL A. STROM, Wife,
TO: CHERYL A. STROM, '
1172" Joan Drive,
Pittsburgh, IS
Pennsylvania.
YOC ARE HERERY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution ol Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it
on OROSB \- BEROKR, attorneys for
Petitioner, whose address is 42 Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and
file ihe original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before June
14. 1972; otherwise a d.-fauli ill be
entered against you for the relief de-
manded in the complaint or petition.
witness my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami. Florida o'.i
this 9 day of May, 1978.
K. R LEATHERMAX,
As Clerk, Circull Court
Dade County. Florida
By I. BXBEDEX
As Deputy Clerk
(Circull Court Seal)
8/12-19-26 R i
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-9500
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IX RE.
ANIBAL PACK ECO.
Husband,
anil
RAFAELA PA" HHCO.
Wife,
TO: RAFAEI.A PACHECO
Residence unknown
Yoc ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution ol Mar-
riage lias been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to it on
Sidney Efronson, attorney for Peti-
tioner, whose address is 812 Ainsley
Ruilding. Miami. Florida 331.12, and
file ill.- origin..i with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before .lunt
16, 1972; otherwise a default will he
entered against you for the relief de-
manded in the complain! or petition
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAX.
WITNESS my hand a'.I the seal ot
said court in Miami. Florida on thin
9 day of May. 1972
0. II. I.EATHERMAN.
As Cl.-rk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By c P. COPELAND
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Sidney Efronson
f.12 Ainsley Ruilding
Miami, Florida 33112 377-9fis3
Attorney for Petitioner
S/U-1S-M 8 2
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2314
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
HARRY SMILEY
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or iK-mands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby 'notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the .state of HARRY SMII.EY 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 733.10. Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County. Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the lime o* the first publication here-
of, or the same will he barred
Dated at Miami, Florida this 9 day
of May, A.D. 1972.
LEAH SMII.EY"
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 12 day of May. 1972.
JOSEPH SCHMIER
Attorney for Estate
805 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
T.i. r.3i-5816
r. 12-19-28 8 2
NOTICE OF AC I ION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-047?
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IX RE: The Marriage of
HIAl EAH MIAMI WANDZILAK,
Wife,
MICHAEL HARRY WANDXI1.AK.
Husband.
TO: MICHAEI- HARRY
WAND/.ll.AK
1044 N. C.arnett Street
Henderson. North Carolina
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against vou and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if ativ, to It
on Paul Kwilney, attorney for Peti-
tioner, whose address is Kwttney \-
Kroop. 420 Lincoln itoad, Miami Reach.
Florida, and file the original with
ih. clerk of the above styled court
on or before 14 June, 1972: otherwise
a default will he entered against you
for the relief demanded In the com-
plaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four cn*oweeutlva weeks
in'THK JEWISH FI/VR1DIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said OOnH at M'ami. Florida on
this 9 dav of Mav. 1972.
K. T! I.EATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Omrt
Dade Counlv. Florida
Bv I* SNREDEN
As Deouty Clerk
(Circuit oun Seal)
Paul Kwitnev
Kvvitncv & Kroon
420 Lincoln ltd.. Miami Reach, Fla.
Attorney for Petitioner
6,12-19-20 8/2
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. 72-9514
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
ALBA MAVUELA RIVERA, wife.
and
H'l.lo RIVERA. Husband
TO: JCI.IO RIVERA
I residence unknown)
YOC ARK HEREBY NOTTFTE
that an action for Dissolution of Ma. -
rtage has been filed again.-1 you and
you are required to s.-rve a copy *
your written defenses, if any, to h p
ALBERT WII.KNSKY. attorn.> !
Petitioner, whose address is 1 H'4 Cot -
cord Building, Miami. Florida, ai
file the original with the clerk of ii -
above atyled conn on or before Jun
ii*. 1972; otherwise a default will 1 -
.ol.red against you for the relief de
niaiid.d in the complaint or petltlo
This notice shall he published on< -
each w.-ek for four consecutive weel
in THE JEWISH l-'I.ORII RAN.
WITNESS m) hand and the St ;.l i (
>ai.l courl at Miami. Florida on lllj
9 dav of May, 1972.
E. B. LEATHERMAX,
As Clerk, Circuit Court
1 tade I tounty, Florida
By R. AI. KISSES
As D. puty Cl.-rk
(Circull Court s.-ali
\l BERT Wll.ENSKY
1 lui Concord Ruilding
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
:, 12 m 28 B 2
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-944 (Dowling)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
FANNETTE B. RII-'KIN
I >.-, >-a tied.
To All Creditors and All IVi-sons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Agahisl Ss
Estate:
You are hereby notified ami r
quired to presenl any claims and de -
mands which .vou may have again-':
ih. estate of FANNETTE B. RIFKIN
deceased late of Dade i ounty, Florid
to the County Judges of Bade Counl
and file tin- sain.- in duplicate and .
provided in Section ":::: 18, Florid
Statutes, in their offices in the Coui -
iy Courthouse In Dad.- County, Flo -
i.la. within six calendar lil"lilhs Iro"-.
the time of the first publication hei *-
Of, "I the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florl..... this
da.v of April. AD 1972.
MORTON RIFKIN
As Executor
Flrsl publication of thi> notice on
the 2s dav of April. 1972.
JACK J TAPPER
Attorney for Executor
iTno n.w. 7 street
4/28 r. 7.-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 hOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
ROBERT BARBOUR, Husband,
EVELYN K. BARROl'll, Wife.
TO: EVELYN K. BARBOl'R
802 Winding Way
Lake Jackson, Texas
You, Ev.lyn K. Harbour, are her .
by notified that a Petition for dis-
solution of Marriage has been fileo
against you. and you are required t *
serve a Copy of your Answer n-
Pleading to the petition on the Pet -
Rollers attorney, Sanford H. Krani.
I ISO N.W. llth Street, Suite 601
Miami, Florida and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
the Cl.-rk of the Circuit Court oil or
before the 2 day of June, 1972. If you
fail to do so. judgment by default will
be taken against you for the relief
demanded in the Petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
ill THE JEWISH F1X1R1DIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Mian
Florida, this 19 day of April A.D. 197.
E. 11. I.EATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florid;
By: R. M. KISSES
Deputy Clerk
(Circull Court Seal)
SANFORD D. KRAMER
Attorney for Robert Barbour
11.10 N.W, 14th Street, Suite i:nn
Miami, Florida :|:I13C CI77-4O04)
____________4/28 5/5-12 -19
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERERY OIVEN thl
the undersigned, desiring to engage i i
business under the fictitious name o?
A. STUART REALTY' (not inc.) at
7141 S.W. I'.lst Court, South Miani .
Fla. Intends to register .-aid nama
with the Cl.-rk of the Circuit Court <'.
Dade County. Florida.
AI.AN S. OLIN1CK
4/21-2S 5/5-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
DADE, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-8817
IN RE THE MAKRIACE OF '
JOSE A. LINARES, 1
HTSRAND. PETITIONER. AND, '
ANA ESTRADA 1INAUES.
WIFE. RESPONDENT.
NOTICE TO DEFEND
YOIT, ANA ESTRADA LINARES
of | .us Pledras, Mlnas, Camnguey
Cuba, are required to file an Answer t
the Petition For Marriage Dissohltioi
with the Clerk of this Court, and
nerve a Copy thereof upon J. C. J..-ui-
sel. l_7n<4> West Flagler Street. Mi-
ami, Florida MISS, your Husband'
lawyer, not later than June 9. 197L.
otherwise DEFAI'LT will be enter.-
against you.
l>atcd: 27 Anril 1972.
E. B. I^-atherman. Clerk
By: n. M. KISSES
Deputy Clerk. Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
____ ___8/5-12-19-2':
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th:.T
the undersigned, desiring to engage Ii
business under the fictitious name o"
i oir.ia-l-'.N.-avation. Fill A Cleaning nt
44". E 40 St., Hlaleah. Fla. intends h-
register said -name with the Clerk o*
the Circuit Court of Dade Count:
Florida.
Ollberto de J. C.nrcla
owner
i./B-i:-19-2


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