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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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"cJewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Voiume 46 Number 13
Miami, Florida Friday, March 30, 1973
Tnree Sections Pi ice 25 ce:
Israelis
Battling
In Party
JERUSALEM (JTA) Trouble
developed within the labor party
this week over the candidacy of
Prof. Ephraim Katohalski, who
was nominated by the party's
Central Committee last week for
the presidency of Israel.
The rift in labor party ranks
widened between the Mapai fac-
tion leadership which supports
Dr. Katchalski and the Rafi wing
that backed Deputy Knesset
speaker Yitzhak Navon for the
office.
It was further aggravated by
disclosure of a letter written to
Mr. Navon by former Premier
David Ben Guriony who said
that Mr. Navon should have
been elected, and expressed re-
grets that he wasn't.
The Jerusalem branch of the
Labor Party, which favored
World Jewry Watching
Soviet Visa Re taxation
DAVID BCN-GURION
Mr. Navon. has moved to create
a new bloc within the party to
counter the Tel Aviv bloc
headed by Finance Minister
Pinchas Sapir and Mayor Ye-
hoshua Rabinowitz, both Mapai
leaders who promoted Prof.
Katchalski's nomination.
Jerusalem party leaders are
-"nntirvied on Page 2-A
LONDON British Jews have
received no confirmation that
the education tax on Soviet Jew-
ish emigrants has been rescind-
ed or will not continue to he
applied in practice, according
to Lord Janner of Leicester
Addressing a meeting of the
Board of Deputies of British
Jews. Lord Janner said that
there has been no known im-
provement in the position of
Soviet Jews who apply for exit
visas for Israel and they arc
still being harassed.
Lord Janner was referring to
recent reports from Moscow that
Soviet authorities had suspended
the diploma tax demanded of
educated Jews seeking to emi-
grate.
In New York, the National
Conference on Soviet Jewry
quo'ed Jewish sources in Mos-
cow as saying there had been
no significant changes in Soviet
emigration poiicy. The NCSJ
said there were Indications of a
new wave of trials for alleged
"parasitism.''
Fifteen families who had ap-
plied for exit visas were re-
portedly rejected on the same
day that reports emanated from
Moscow of a relaxation of emi-
gration.
Israel-Made Missile
'Shafrir' For Sale
2 Jews Sentenced
For Spy Activities
TEL AVIV (JTA) A new.
highly sophisticated, air-to-air
missile developed by "Raphael,"
Israel's Weapons Development
Authority, was uri-cilcd to
Israeli and Foreign newsmen
this week.
The missile, named "Shafrir."
report) illy has been tested in
combat.
No details of the missile or its
testing have been published so
far. It is believed to be similar
to the American "Sidewinder."
but is more sophisticated. It re-
portedly hns two homing devices
one radar-controlled and the
other infra-red.
The "Shafrir," (Canopy) v a<
btyilt at a reported cost of $22,000
each at the "Raphael" work-
shops. Dr. V., ev IMnnea. director
of Raphael." headed the team
that developed the weapon.
The Defense Ministry is re-
portedly prepared to sell the
missile to friendly foreign
powers.
According to unofficial and
unconfirmed reports, the "Sha-
frir'' has been employed in
aerial combat, and scored direct
hits on Egyptian and Syrian jets
that were downed during the
past two years.
TEL AVIV (JTA) Prison
terms ranging from two to 17
years were imposed on six con-
victed members of a Syrian-
directed Arab-Jewish spy ring
by a Haifa District Conrt this
week.
Stiffest sentences were drawn
by Daoud O-siran Turki. 4*5, the
Haifa Arab who headed the ring
and Ehud Adiv, 26, the kibbutz-
born, former paratrooper who
headed the spy ring's Jewish
section.
The seeond Jewish defendant,
Dan Vered, a 28-year-old school
teacher, was sentenced to 10
years imprisonment. Two Arab
defendants. Subhi Naarani, 28
and Annis Karani, 23, drew 15-
year terms.
Simon Haddad. 34, the only
one of the defendants who ex-
pressed regret for his activities,
was sentenced to two years' im-
prisonment and was given an
additional, three-year suspended
sentence.
The court stressed that the
political views expressed by the
defendants had no bearing in the
determination of the sentences.
It not--:!, however, that with the
execptim ;,f Mr. Hand .d. all "had
reaffirmed their intention to
overthrow the Israeli regime,
and replace it with a Communist
one.
A second group of spy-ring
defendants, including four Jews,
is expected to go on trial early
next month.
Mr. Vered is a former student
at the University of Miami.
The Student Struggle for
Soviet Jewry said this week it
had learned in a telephone c
vi rsation with Jews in Ki.
that successful applicants I
exit visas were being Informed
by the Ovir (visa bureau) that
they were "exceptions."
Three Kiev activists were re-
fused visas during the past f'-
days and were told they could
not reapply for a year. The K.
Jews said that eight activists in
Leningrad were also refused
Visas, the SSSJ reported.
Foreign Ministry officials in
Israel so far have been unable
to offer a hard assessment >i
what the apparent relaxation
of the Soviet diploma tax bo(
for the future.
"All we know is that son-.?
scores of Jews have been ex-
empted.'' one official said in
Jerusalem. "We do not know If
this is a transient move or the
beginning of something mo;-;
permanent."
Foreign Minister Abba Eb.r-.
who briefed the Cabinet on the
subject this week, is understn-
to have said much the sar.- e
thing. Absorption Minister Na-
than Peled said In an interview
that he thought there was a
"good chance" that the Ri --
sians meant to freeze but not to
cancel the education tax on
Soviet Jews. He added that or.
time would tell if the move to
end the ransom tax was per-
manent.
Jewish Agency Executi
chairman Louis Pincus, inter-
viewed by Israel Radio in Lon-
don said that "World Jewry will
continue to fight for the right
Continued" on Page 3-A
Another Scandal Looming
Florida Will Not Permit Ag Sinai Jhefts Revealed
'Reverse' Quotas, ADL Told
The Florida Human Relations
Commission, a state agency, has
assured the Florida office of the
Anti Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith that the state's Affirma-
tive Action Plan for employ-
ment will not involve "'reverse"
discrimination through the use
of quotas or preferential treat-
ment for minorities or women.
In a letter to the ADL, Robert
Rackleff, director of the Human
Relations Commission said, "be-
cause you met with us at an
early stage in the drafting of
the plan announced this month
by the governor, we were able
to provide safeguards which will
prevent i employment discrimination prob-
lem."
He said the employment plan
involves "... no quotas or any
calls for preferential treatment
of minority or women applicants
. the best qualified applicants
will be chosen."
Jack Kassewitz, chairman of
ADL's regional board noted the
FHC drafted the Affirmative Ac-
tion Plan, and will now have the
responsibility for assuring its
implementation by state agen-
cies and universities.
He said the ADL has been in
frequent contact with the FHC s
staff in a consultive role re
garding the plan. "One of the
needed changes made from early
drafts was the elimination of
the discriminatory concept of
proportional representation in
state employment on the basis of
the percentage of minorities and
women in the population."
Mr. Rackleff expressed his ap-
preciation to ADL "... for
your role in sensitizing us to the
problems Jews have experienced
in employment. You have helped
us keep the problems of all mi-
norities in perspective so that all
can share in equal opportunities."
George Bernstein, chairman of
ADL's Discriminations Commit-
tee said "the issue of reverse
discrimination is not an abstract
problem in our area."
He referred to ADL's contin-
uing investigations during the
Continued On Page 9-A
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
State Controller's report charg-
ing the theft of tens of millions
of dollars worth of equipment
and installations from Sinai di-
rectly after the 1967 Six-Day
War by both private and gov-
ernment bodies will be published
by the Knesset Finance Commit-
tee next month.
The published report will,
however, omit two pages which
contain "a factual description of
certain acti/ities of the military
government."
Omission was requested by
State Attorney General Meir
Shamgar on grounds that the in-
formation was sensitive and
could harm Israel's foreign re-
lations.
The disclosure of the thefts
had the makings of the second
major scandal in less than 12
months involving government
agencies in the Sinai.
Israel was rocked last May
by charges of bribery, theft and
mismanagement lodged against
the management of Netivei Neft,
a government-owned oil drilling
firm operating Egyptian wells in
Sinai.
Shamgar and Finance Com-
mittee chairman Yisrael Karg-
man stressed that "'the sections
of the report dealing with thefts
will all be published.
Informed sources here said
that it could be deduced from
mhat is known to have occurred
in the Sinai immediately after
the Six-Day War. that the two
classified pages probably de-
scribe how government authori-
ties responsible for Sinai per-
mitted the removal of millions
of dollars worth of equipment
what is known to have occurred
That section of the control-
ler's report reportedly charges
the authorities with failure to
guard the equipment or to in-
vestigate the thefts after they
occurred.
According to various sources,
equipment and installations be-
longing, to Egyptian and foreign
companies engaged in oil drill-
ing in Sinai were removed by
both government agencies and
private contractors engaged by
the government in contraven-
tion of international conventions
signed by Israel.
Jordanian
Denies Bid
By Cabinet
JERUSALEM (JTA) An-
war Nusseibeh former Defend
Minister of Jordan, denied a re-
port this week that he wouU
join the Jordanian Cabinet si
Minister in charge of the Admin-
istered Territories. He has been
in retirement from politics sincj
1967
The report, in the Beirut
newspaper A Nahar, said that
Mr. Nusseibeh traveled to Am-
man to discuss the appointment
with King Hussein, Mr. Nussei-
beh. who is 60, lives in Jeru-
salem.
He stressed that he knew noth-
ing about the report. He told
newsmen that he "had not been
requested by anyone to go to
Amman."


Page 2-A
Jewish fhridian
Friday. March 30, 1973
B'nai B'rith To Honor
President, Century Clubs
= i
The B'nai B'rith Foundation of
the United States. Florida Region,
will honor the members of its
presidents and century clubs, on
April 21. it was announced by
Murray A. Shaw, general chair-
man of the Passover festival.
The gala affair, which will take
place at the Hotel Fontainebleau
viil take note of those men who
have made continuing commit-
ments on behalf of B'nai B'rithf,
Youth Services, namely, the Hillel
Foundations in the United State*,
the AZA (B'nai B'rith boys) and
F --; n%T\'^ r,"-''; vouth groups.
rid the B.B. Career and Coun-
seling Services.
"It is important to note" said
Shaw, 'that without these services
undertaken by B'nai B'rith. there
would be a tremendous culuiral
void en the Jewish American scene
today. Our Killel Foundations are
i in.lined on over 280 college
i uses, and our national office
l>:.- applications from 300 more
universities requesting the estab-
lishment of Hiilel Foundations.
< teen-age groups service over
1,100 communities now and we
havi waiting lists ol thousands of
yot '._ people who could be taken
into our program if we had the
Our President's and Cen-
tury Clubs are the most effective
i al our disposal to guarantee
tl maintenance and growth of
this work."
Dr. William A. Wexler, |
i of B'nai B'rith from 1963 to
1971. will be guest of honor at the
ha ui t. Dr. Wexler is an
orary pr sident ol the fral
< r, and chairman i>f B'nai
1 th's International Council,
. deals with Jewish problems
and activities all over the globe.
Three events in Jewish history
will be observed at the Passover
festival. The first i> Pe ach. man-
kind's first holiday of freedom,
second, the 30th anniversary of the
Warsaw Ghetto battle, and third.
th<' celebration of the State of
Israel's 25th anniversary.
I A musical program will be pre-i
I sented at the Seder, featuring
: Joyce Farber, lyric coloratura of,
1 Miami Beach, the B'nai B'rith
youth chorale, and an original |
' Haggadah written by Girt Bossak. |
I Florida director of BBYO.
A reception for Dr. and Mrs.
Wexler will be held in the garden
i lobby of the Fontainebleau pre-
1 ceding the banquet. Reservations
may be made by writing to the
B nai B'rith Foundation, Miami
Beach.
Kahbi Schindler
UAHC President
Pulpit Guest
Rabbi Alexander Schindler.
president-elect of the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations.
; the parent body of Reform-Liberal-
Progressive Judaism, will be the
pulpit speaker at Temple Beth
Sholom on Friday at 8:15 p.m..
iccording to an announcement by
Dr. I.eon Kronish. Beth Sholom
spiritual leader.
Tiabbi Schindler's topic will be
The Image cf a Likely Tomor-
row.'' in recognition of Beth
Sholom's 30th anniversary and the
mpending centennial of the Union
of American Hebrew Congrega-
tions. "
Rabbi Schindler has served the'
UAHC for almost 15 years. In 1967
he was named as the UAH) m
president, the second to hold this
post in the organization's 100 year
history. Iron: lfG:i-67 he developed
and guided Reform Judaism's ex-
tensive educational activities as
the director of education and pro-
fessional leader of the commission
on Jewish Education of the UAHC;
and Central Conference of Amer-
ican Rabbis.
Israelis
Battling
In Party
Continued From Page 1-A
also reported to have contacted
the Haifa branch and local town
branches with the view of es-
tablishing a new group within
the party.
Two Rafi leaders. Defense
Minister Moshe Dayan and
Transport Minister Shimon Peres
visited Mr. Navon separately in
Jerusalem. There was no indi-
cation of what they discussed.
Students at Israeli universities
held a pro-Navon rally in
Jerusalem Wednesday.
The Labor Party has appar-
ently made little headway in its
effort-, to mobilize support for
Dr. Katchalski, 57. in the
Knesset, which convenes April
10 to eleei a successor to Pres-
ident Zalman Shazar.
A simple majority is required,
but Katchalski supporters are
interested in amassing the
largest possible vole for him.
So far. only Mapam and
Knesset member Uri Avneri,
of the one-man Haolam Kazeh
faction, have announced that
thej will supporl Prof. Katchal-
ski The National Religious
Parly refused to sign the
Katchalski nomination. Mil'
leaders were reportedly con-
ferring with Gahal and the
it Israel facl ions about
nominating an alternative can-
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Friday. March 30. 1973
fJenisti ffcriaP&tn
Page 3-A
GRAJST OF $400.000 AWSOIISCEI)
Leon J. Ells Contribute Chair
In Ecology At Hebrew University
World Jewry Watching
Soviet Visa Relaxation
leaders in South Florida's Jew-'
Mr. 2nd Mrs. Leon J. Ell at. itftfr. EH, a retired lawyer, author
Miami Beach, civic and tica! science and a member of the
board of trustees of Florida Inter-
national University. He has serv-
ed as a member of the White
House Conference on Refugees
and, as a member of the U.S. Re
fugee Committee, represented the
United states at the Inter-Govern-
mental Ccmmjttee on European
Migration at Geneva in 1958.
He served as a member of
UNESCO, was state Republican
chairman for minorities from 195b*
through I9f>2. was a delegate to!
the national GOP conventions in j
19IJ0 and 1903 and served for two |
vears as a member of the national
board of the I'nion of American
Hebrew Congregations
Shore Cancer Unit. Mount Sinai
Hospita* Atnciiiaryi and*h% Beth
hhoiom Sisterhood.
She is now transcribing a sixth
Continued from Puge 1-A
of all Soviet Jews to emigrate
to Israel."
Mr. Pincus was attending the
Conference of Jewish Organiza-
tions (COJO). Moshe Rivlin,
textbook for blind children through director general of the Jewish
an NCJW project. The Ells also
have been active for the Jewish
National Fund, llistadrut and Is-
rael Bonds.
Mff. AND MRS. ICON J. LL
Hebrew University Benefactors
ish community for more than three
decades, have contributed $400.-
000 to the American Friends of the
Hebrew University.
The grant, announced this week
by Samuel Rothberg of Peoria. 111.
chairman of the international
board oi governors of the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem, establi-
shes the Alyce K. and I.eon J. Ell
Chair in Environmental Sciences
and Ecology at t he Hebrew Uni-
versity.
Size of the donation also pro-
vides for fundamental research in
the are' of ecology, according to
Mr. Rothberg. The Ells will dedi-
cate th*-.i- new project in Jerusalem
April 6 at a meeting of the Uni-
versity's board of eovernors.
Praise for the Ell gift came from
Harry (Hap) Levy, president of
the Greater Miami Chapter of the
American Friends, and from Julian
B. Venezky, national board chair-
man.
"This gift will enable the He-
brew University to make meaning-
ful contributions to the develop-
ing field of environmental sciences
for the benefit of the people of Is-
rael and the entire world." Mr.
Venezky said.
BrandekZOA
Meeting Youth Alivah
*
The next meeting of the
I'.randeis Zionist Organization of
America to be held on Monday at
1 p.m.. at the Washington Federal.
A past president and honorary '133 Sornwnd.v Dr.- will feature a
program on "Youth Alivah."
Louis Hoberman, president of
the Brandeis District of Miami
Beach, announces that a scholar-
ship program for Motile Goodman
High School, sponsored by the
ZOA, will be started for prospec-
tive Greater Miami students.
life president of Temple Beth
<5holom of Miami Bettch, Mr. Ell
has served on the beard of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
United Fund of Dade County and
the Mental Health Association of
South Florida.
He is a member of the board of
the American Friends of the He-
brew University's local chapter' Albert M. Siltulman. vice pros-
and was chairman of the Commit- ident in charge of membership,
lee of Academic Sponsors for the will outline plans for a youth
Greater Miami unit. aliyah program for Israel. A spe-
Mr. and Mrs. Ell spent their cial 30-minute movie will be shown
honeymoon on Mount Scopus, in ; to illustrate the progress in Israel
Jerusalem, in 1931 and have been : of youth education.
active in suoport of Israel and the-
Hebrew University since. Mr. Ell I Kzra F'negold. chairman of the
is a member of the National As- nominations committee, will con
sociation of Social Workers. duct tne annual election of officers
, r., .. ... and board members. A social hour
A graduate of Nor hwe.>ternUn,-lwil| b h w |ft refreshments
vers.ty. she received her training J ^ b
as a medical socia1 worker | social committee.
Northwestern and at the Graduate |
School of the University of
Chicago.
Mrs. Ell is a past president of
the Temple Beth Sholom Sister-
hood and of the Miami Beach High
Agency who returned from the
same London meeting, said that
there was a consensus that if
the Soviet government changed
its policy, this was the result of
the worldwide struggle waged
on the issue.
Sen. Henry M. (Scoop) Jack-
son said in Washington that
legislation designed to free
Soviet emigration will be
enacted by Congress despite the
hints of relaxation on restric-
tions coming from Soviet sources.
In telephone comments to the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency, the
leader of the legislation bearing
his name said that no threat is
posed against the Soviet Union
but they seek firm assurances
that the Soviet government will
live up to the Declaration of
Human Rights.
"We intend to pass the amen I-
mem," Sen. Jackson said. -There
is no compromise with principle..
We want to eliminate the issue
as a problem."
Localities Named
Coordinators < H
JWV Convention
Maurice Weinman and M. Jay
Berliner were named coord"
of the 27th annual convention of
the Jewish War Veterans and La-
dies Auxiliary. Department of
Florida.
In making tne a ipomcmcnts,
convention chairman Ralph R isof-
sky announced that Weinman's du-
ties would include the annual ban-
quet honoring state commander
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Volume 46
Friday, March 30, 1973
Cuban Jews Need Assistance
When Fidel Castro was considered a military threat
much was made of the fact that Cuba was only 90 miles
cway from the United States meaning Florida. The dis-
tance hasn't changed and it might be well to point out that
only 90 miles from us is a Jewish community which is
struggling to survive but which a recent report to the World
Jewish Congress indicates has little chance without more
help.
The article in last week's Floridian surprised many in
that it indicated a helpful attitude by the Cuban regime
even to the extent of permitting a Zionist club and other
Zionist activities despite Castro's place in the anti-Zionist
Communist world. It also pictured a tenacity to retain a
heritage in the face of a diminishing population which left
freely with the advent of the Castro government.
The guestion is whether it is possible to assist the 1,200
remaining Jews in Cuba with the spiritual and educational
help needed so desperately and whether enough has been
done by us for those who remain only 90 miles away.
A not unimportant by-product of the devaluation of the
dollar is the effect it will have on Jewish philanthropic ef-
forts now at their peak level. Problems already have arisen
for a number of organizations conducting relief and re-
habilitation work in Europe, particularly the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee, HIAS and ORT. And, despite the fact that
Israel's currency has been adjusted to the dollar, the immi-
gration efforts of the Jewish Agency in Europe have be-
come more costly.
CM Need Greater Than Ever
This year's Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund campaign goal in the Greater Miami area was set al
a record amount at a time when the value of the dollar
was grsater than it is today at least 10 per cent higher.
Any leg in pledges and collections can seriously affect the
exodus of Soviet Jews, for the difference in the cost of their
in-transit stay in Vienna before flying to Israel is already
estimated at several millions of dollars more.
Procrastination in becoming involved in the CJA-IEF
drive takes on an added cost that can be overcome only
by every Jew responding now to the pleas for help from
those less fortunate abroad and in support of our valuable
local and national institutions and agencies which are
part of the combined campaign.
Our Diplomatic Maneuvering
The diplomatic maneuvering taking place behind the
scenes as a result of the Jackson amendment to the U.S.-
U.S.S.R. Trade Act indicates an important principle that
goes beyond the immediate issue of the free emigration o*
Jews from the Soviet Union.
On the surface it is the determination of Jews all over
the world to help their Russian brothers who wish to leave
their Communist bondage do so with a minimum of red
tape, recrimination or excessive taxation for the privilege.
The long-range diplomatic guestion involved is how
much internal morality can our Congress legislate for an-
other nation and whether or not the Jackson amendment
doesn't establish a principle which could plague our for-
eign relations for years to come. There are dozens of coun-
tries in the world whose practices and philosophy are ab-
horrent to Americans with whom we do business under
the same "favored nation" clause which the amendment
would deny.
It would surely change the world picture if morality,
rather than hypocrisy, were to become the standard of di-
plomacy. The administration is being placed in an uncom-
fortable position which threatens the major emphasis of
its present foreign policy and whether this will lead to a
reaction against Jewish interests, as has been suggested in
recent days, or to a rise in anti-Semitism among the Amer-
ican farm interests most affected, is something to be
watched with great care.
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gle of wildly assorted vegeta
tion. The thicket happens to b
a plant nursery, but you would
hardly guess it.
Henry Hohman is worth cele-
brating now precisely because he
has just been greatly honored
but in England, where they really
care about gardens. The august
Royal Horticultural Society, thi
gardening world's equivalent of
the College of Cardinals, has
just sent Henry Hohman its pas-
sionately envied gold medal The
medal came with a citation from
Lord Abcrconway, the owner of
one of England's finest modi
gardens.
"Mr. Hohman.' said Lore, \
erconway roundly, "is the in p--
distinguished nurseryman in
America, distinguished in the
sense that anything others can
grow he can grow better, and
he growl ... a great many
and difficult plants that other
people there cannot grow: Thus
they are preserved in cultiva-
tion."
JUST THIS, in fact is what is
going on in Henry Hohman'-,
jungle, although you would
hardly think so at first glance
Furthermore, it is worth turn
ing aside for a while from the
larger concerns of this weary
Continued on Page 11-A
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COMMENT
.1
rs ago
voung reporter on Hie
I was
police
beat, l s;,i in court in I listened
to a judge sentence an 18-j i a
old burglar to 80 years in jail. It
it| .1 much thai I lil
era! y "blew the whistle" on the
i olice and the judge, a rotten
and corrupt individual at besl
(Hi was, himself, found guilty
of accepting a bribe y< ars later.)
The young man had been
caught in the act of burglarizing
a home no question of thai
and then had beaten out of him
confession to some 20 similar
burglaries, clearing up a lot of
unsolved business for the burg-
lary squad. I was there for part
of the beating in those days
before World War II police re-
porters were silent parties to that
kind of police crime or they
didn't last on the beat so it
isn't hearsay that his rifling
homes never came near to the
figure he confessed to in order
to end the kicks and punches and
clubbing.
A LONG-FORGOTTEN inci-
dent, I was rather surprisinglv
reminded of it when I read last
week of the 15-year-old boy sen-
tenced to 30 years for armed
robbery here in Dade County.
Subsequent events including
the shock waves that even Judge
Ellen Morphonios Rowe must
have felt indicate that the
punishment will be mitigated.
And, as we well know, senten-
ces really don't mean what they
say. The following day, I pick-
ed up a minor story about a
Dallas case in which the guilty
man was sentenced to 1.200
years in prison for shooting a
policeman. "Under Texas law.
Johnson will become eligible for
parole after 20 years." the arti-
cle concluded. So much for 1,200
years.
All of us are caught today in
the dilemma that the spread of
violence in our nation during
the past decade has created
i .11 \i hat Walter Lipp
n lied our erroneous be
lief thai man is essentially .
and can be made perfect in thai
il Inten iew in the Her-
ald las) Sunday and what seems
to he a natural desire for ven-
gi ancc.
President Nixon, as Lippmann
i re ponsive to the
public mood when he promises
to punish wrongdoers 'without
pity." His spiritual advisor, Billy
Graham, outlines such punish-
ment even more graphically. On
his evangelical tour of South
Africa recently he made it plain
that he believes in capital pun-
ishment and. "I think when a
person is found guilty of rape
he should be castrated. That
would stop him pretty quick.'"
ALSO DURING the past week,
we read testimony from people
who run our prisons that put a
somewhat different color on the
picture of crime and punishment.
Prison reform means imprison-
ing fewer offenders, not more,
we're told "Everytime I pick
up a newspaper and see that an
ex-convict has committed a
crime. I have to feel guilty about
it.' the Georgia Corrections Com-
missioner told a State Senate
committee. "While the svstem
cant be responsible for original
sin. our responsibility is to see
that the offender doesn't have a
second victim. The svstem we've
been running hasn't done it
"eve got to stop reacting to
crime emotionally and start look-
ing at fact."
Which is what Dr. Karl Men-
ninger. in his famed "The Crime
of Punishment" five years ago
r.ed to tell us. "What happens
to those labeled criminals' is a
crime in itself." says the book
cover flap. "Not bpcause [J
cruel stupid and stulltifving _
which it but because it de-
feats its own purpose. It is not
socially protective but self-de
structive. The crime of punish-
bv EDWARD (OHFN
tin ni is that punishment .
vates crime." The boy wh
30 j irs told a reporter. "I ..
never gonta forget this, j
know
TO DR. MENN1NGER, u
no bleeding heart and ..
quick and appropriate penalti
for criminals, "The great se
the d -eply buried mysterj ol I
public apathy to crime and :
proposals for better contr. I
crime, lies in the persistent, in-
trusive wish for vengeance
Our morals, our religious ti
ings. even our laws repudiate it
Rut behind what we do to the
offender is the desire for re
venge on someone (and^
What is behind such vindictive-
ness? Certainly not Christianity.
not Judaism and certainly
not an expectation of eliminating
crime'"
Penalty, by Dr. Menningei -
definition, is a "predetermined
price levied automatically, in-
variably, and categorically in di-
rect relation to a violation or an
infraction of law." whereas pun
ishment is "the deliberate inflic-
tion of pain in addition to or in
lieu of penalty (often) out
of all proportion to the offense."
Being against punishment is not
a sentimental conviction for
psychiatrists "but a logical con-
clusion drawn from scientific
experience."
It has been a long time from
that old police assignment and
I have seen enough of life to
agree that the "perfectability of
man" is not attainable before
the Messianic Age. The question
for all of us is whether we can
control the crime that plagues
our society, as Dr. Menninger
would have it. "so long as the
Spirit of vengeance has the slight-
est vestige of respectability, so
long as it pervades the public
mind and infuses its evil upon
the statute books of the law."


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+Jewisti fhrSdimn
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Rifkin Selected Third Seder Chairman;
Jacobson Here To Aid Histadrut Event
Bernard Jacobson. acting execu-. man of the Business and P.ofes-
tive vice president of the National j sional Division of Histadrut here, a
Committee for Labor Israel, will | former Technion Society chapter
president in Greater Miami and
vice president of the Greater
Miami chapter of the American
Friends of the Hebrew University.
One of the principal contribu-
tors to the Israel Histadrut Foun-
dation, he is a national leader of
Israel Bonds and the United Jew-
ish Appeal.
Others designated by Mr. Levin
included Dr. Leon Kronish, honor-
ary chairman; Mrs. Else Bonem
and Dr. Isaac Unterman, vice
chairmen: Morris Newmark, trea-
surer: Dr. Michael Sossin. past
president; and Sam Toll, associ-
| ate treasurer.
] Jack S. Popick, chairman of the
Business and Professional Divi-
: sion, will work closely with Judge
Herbert S. Shapiro and Benjamin
; S. Schwartz, chairmen of the legal
advisory committee: and Sidney
Bolotin and Morris Kogan. cochair-
men of the Israel Histadrut Foun-
dation committee.
Mrs. Phil Sahl, president of the
Histadrut Women's Council: Max
Gleiberman, chairman of the Work-
men's Circle Committee; Phil
Sahl, president of the Histadrut
Friendship Club; and Mayshie
Friedberg, chairman of special
events, also were named.
Other committee memyers an-
nounced include Harry Chaet, sec-
retary: Jacob Schachter, publicity
chairman, and Jack A. Filosof, Is-
rael Finkel, Bernard Gingold.
Sophie Krantz, Leon Rettig, Josh-
ensky, vice presidents.
Manuel burstein, a past presi-
dent of the Zionist Council of
South Florida and vice president
of the Chaim Weizmann Branch of
Fairband, is coordinator of the
Third Seder. Reservations may be
made at the Histadrut office.
Miami Beach.
v JACOB KlfKIN
be in Miami Beach next week to
help the Israel Histadrut Council
of South Florida complete plans
for its Traditional Third Seder
celebration April 18 at the Fon
taincblcau Hotel.
Mr. Jacobson. who is national
director of the Israel Histadrut
Campaign and formerly headed all!
Histadrut activities in Los An- j
geles and the United States west
coast, will be guest of honor at a
Tuesday afternoon cocktail recep-1
lion for the Histadrut key leader-
ship.
The Third Seder this year will
help celebrate Israel's 25th anni-
versary of statehood and will hon-
or Mr. and Mis. Sam Feinstein of
Miami Beach, leaders of the Israel
Histadrut Foundation and cam-
paign and of the Labor Zionist
Movement.
Announcement of Mr. Jacobson's
visit here was made by Moe Levin,
chairman of the board of the His-
tadrut Council. Ambassador Jacob
Doron, Israel's Deputy Represen-
tative to the United Nations, will
be the guest speaker at the April
18 dinner.
Shmuel Fershko is producing
an original Haggadah to be nar- j
rated by Mrs. Jack S. Popick and .
television and radio newscaster!
Ken Taylor at the Third Seder.
Mr. Levin announced the mem-
bers of the Third Seder commit-
tee, headed by chairman Jacob
Rifkin. Mr. Rifkin is a past chair-
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The ltf73 Miami Cerebral Palsy
Telethon reached its goal of S200,-
000 last week, bettering last
year's proceeds by some 548.000.
Fred Stanton, president of the
United Cerebral Palsy of Miami
Association, and Ralph DeMeo,
general chairman of the telethon,
praised viewers of the Channel 6
program for their support.
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Other Dade County representa-
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-Jenlsti meridian
Friday, March 30, 1973
Miami Leading Cities In Bond Purchases
Greater Miami outpaced all other
cities in sales of Israel Bonds dur-
ing January and February, accord-
fereuce of Israel Bonds in Miami 1.000 in IMft" Mr. Parson noted. \ ica and around the world who pui-
Beach, purchased bonds for weeks -as many as 50.000 Jews from Rus- cbttse Israel Bonds, there will. Wj
in advance in order to attend the sia are exDected to come to Israelj Jobs and housing necessary M
honoring Sam Rothberg. in 1973. Thanks to Jews in Amer- these people 0 -'.ari. ? new Hie.
dinne
Israel Bond general chairman.
Mrs. Meir came to Miami to par-
ticipate in the tribute to Mr. Roth
berg, who is one of the principal
founders of the bond program.
when the Israel Bond Organiza-!
lion was formed in 1951. Mrs Meir
worked closely with Mr. Rothbcr.;
on the new program that would I
ultimately provide over S2 billion
for Israels economic development. through April tchel Mum
In 1973. the worldwide bond goal: WitZ,
Hebrew Ulpan ("lasses
Starling Spring Term
The spring term of the Hebrew
[pan Centers will begin on April
co ordinator. ha-
is S3o0 million, a one-third in-
crease over last year, and will
finance fill per cent of Israel's
$600 mil.ion peacetime budget.
announced,
Ulpan Hebrew Centers are part
of the nationwide pro.ram direc-
from 0 to 10 p mi. at Ihe Young
srael Synag guc, under the lead-
ership of Shu la Ben David.
On Miami Beach, a beginners
jroup will start on Thursday,
April 3. and will meet ever)
morning fr. m $:30 to 10 a i
MILTON PARSON
Mr. Parson also cited record
sales in January and February of
Capita] for Israel, the agency ad-
ing to figures ju-t releared by the
n nal office of State of Israel
Bonds in New York City.
Milton M. Parson, director of
Israel Bonds in the south Florida
area. Pade and Broward counties.
said that sales in Greater .Miami
Were 35 per cent ahead of the
same two-month period last year.
giving the bond drive a record,
- rid-off towards it ipnounced goal [
of S15 million locally in 1973. Bond
sales continued at a high rate in
March, he added
Citing th? "incredible response-'
oi the Miami Jewish community I ^-^ _, 0_
to Israels rising need for develop- (>H MarCIl .JlSt
ment capital. Mr. Parson noted
trnt the increase in band sales
was largely due to the personal
v it of Prime Minister Golda Meir
to Miami March 3. Miami Jews and
leaders from all over the U s at
tending the 1973 inaugural con-
:ion and Culture of the World
Zionist Organization and spon-
sored locally by the Central
Agency for Jewish Education, the
ministered by the bond organization Isra(., A|,v;ih 0.,,,. _, ,
to raise funds or Israel, industry. Amelican zlonist Federation.
The current Ci I offering is a 7'.-i
per cent common stock in the! I" t"e North Pade area a class
Bank of Agriculture, designed to M" Intermediate Hebrew will be
boost Israel's farming industry and I he]d Mondays and Wednesdays
provide jobs for new immigrants.
He said the high dividend paid by
CFI issues and their backing by
the Israel Bond Organization made.
teks particularly attractive ^1$ [JjfeCtOrS
:cd by the Department of Educa TemPIe B,,!l Sholom An eve
.ling beginner s das will lart at
Temple Mc iorah on April 2 and
will ci ni on Monda> and
Thursday evening from 7:30 to
):30 p.m.
At Ten pie Emanu-El on Tui -
lays and Thursdays from 9:30 to
1:30 a.m., beginning
Graduate Program
to investors.
Israel Bonds have taken on in-
creased importance this year as
thousands of Jews arrive in Israel
Horn the Soviet Union. "From only
Beth Sholom's
.)lh Art Auction
The fifth annual art auction,
sponsored by Sisterhood of Temple
3eth Sholom. will be held on
March 31. at 8 p.m.. at the temple.
The auction will include the
following artists from the William
Ffaber Art Collection of New York:
Buffet. Chagall. Cocteau. Dali. Gat
(.u.sem. Miro. Picasso. Rayo. Rem
nanrit. Renoir, Ret. Silva, Torm,
Vasarely and Tissot.
Of Jewish Studies
By Special Report
NEW YORK The two-year
program for the training of ad-
ministrative personnel in Central
Agencies for Jewish P'ducation.
leading to a masters or doctoral
iegree, will enroll its second
group for courses which began
during the summer of 1972.
A recruitment campaign is now
in progress to select a small num-
"ler of educators who will attend
formal classroom instruction for
I a period of six weeks in each of
two summers and also undertake
'.wo semesters of independent
Study under university supervision.
The 1973 class is to join the
class of 1972. which consists of
ven educators who completed
the first year of studies at thi
Graduate School of Education at
New York University. The Amer-
ican Association for Jewish Edu-
Apiil 3, an
ntermediati group will meet
while at Temple Menorah on Mon-
laj and Tht i sday e\ i ning si tr
nc April from 7:30 to :' 30 p.:"
an advanced beginners group will
be held.
Those interested in an advanced
Ulpan class may attend at Beth
-holem Mondays from 7:30 to 9:30
).m. starting April 2.
In the Southwest section there
viII be two classc.- at Temple Zion,
>n Monday and Thursday from
i to 10 p m. for beginners and
advanced beginners.
The spring Ulpan classes are
, iirected to those planning to
Israel. By the conclusion of the
, 10 week term, participants will be
j able to converse in Hebrew.
Jan Pe:-rcc. famed Metropolitan
Opsio end Broadway singing
srer, v ill conduct traditional
Passover Seder e srvice> in the
DeauviUe Hot* I Mcr.dc / and
Tuesday, April iS and i7, for
the 10th consecutive year.
Tifereth Israel
Installs leaders
Temple Tifereth i- ael w II hold
a gala Installati n dance
Saturday at 7 p.m. in the Seville
Hotel.
Cor : i :' io" ffi( ers include"
Mario Offner, president; Irving
Parber and Hym n Astor, vice
presidents. Harold Zagi i will
serve as Men's Cit sid snt, and
Doris /.agon ill i.< installed as
head of the SisU hood.
Rabbi Maurice Klein will give
the invocation and benediction,
and Juice Rhea Pii <; issman
will be installing off r and guest
peaker.
HANSI
MARCUSE fgT- f
Knctar '. I
CATERING VmiwiA
A cocktail party will precede
the auction at 7 p.m., and the
ore-auction exhibition will be on
view Friday, from 10 a.m.. to 10
O.m., and Saturday from 9 a.m. to I rat'on and NYU plan the program
auction time. jointly.
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r.lm'isti finrid/an
Page 7-A
,
Nathan Perlmutter Named
National ADL Director
The Ami-Defamation League of i which and the principles and pres-
B'nai B'rith has announced the ap- ervation of which are critical to
pointimnt of Nathan Perlmutter | the American Jewish community."
Mr. Perlmutter is the author of
- "A Bias of Reflections." a book
which received wide critical and
popular acclaim. Subtitled "Con-
fessions of an Incipient Old Jew."
the work is Mr. Perlmutter's com-
mentary about being Jewish, about
being middle-aged, about the lib-
eral political tradition in which my
generation grew up."
He has had articles published
on a variety of topics related to
.social justice in the Nation. Na-
tional Review. Commentary, the
New Leader, and the New York
Times Magazine
Mr. Perlmutter studied at the
School of Diplomatic and Consular
Practice ai Georgetown Univer-
sity, at Villanova College, and
uiojj oojfiop H~n siq poAtodaj
New York University Law School.
He and his wife. Ruth Ann. will
move to Manhattan from Newton-
ville. Mass.
Yiddish Poet J. I. Segal
The next Oneg ouabbos of the
David Pinski Club will be on Fri-
day. 8 p.m., at the Ida Fisher
School Cafeteria.
Subject of a talk by L. Lasavin,
author and lecturer, will be "J. I
Segal, Famed Yiddish Poet."
Hilda Zucker, folk-singer, in a]
program of Yiddish and Hebrew
Songs, accompanied by Paul Yan-
ovsky, on the mandolin, will enter-
tain.
Yosef Yanich Speaker
Miami Branch of the Social
Democrats, USA, will conduct its
next forum on Sunday. April 8
,:t 1 p.m. at the Washington Fed-
eral at 1234 Washington Ave.
Yosef Yanich. executive direc-
tor of the American Jewish Con-
gress, will speak on "The Soviet
Union, Israel and the Jews."
Stern-Merradel Duo j
The University of Miami's Stern-
Mercadal Duo will give a benefit
performance for the Music Parents
Association of Miami Senior High
School on Friday at 8 p.m., in the
auditorium of Kinloch Park Junior
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dent and director of development-
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tour years, '. assume his new
position April 1.
In making i le announcement. :
Benjamin R. Epstein, national di-
rector it the L Igiie, said Mr Perl-
mutu i responsibilities will in-
clude on mi planning of the
agency's prioi.......nd structure
as wi II as '. pment program
formerly directed by Seymour
Fahei who l:as i signed.
Mr. Perinui r was .< member
of ADL'a stafl : m l!>4() to 1965,
serving in the agency's mountain
states ri Jioi >ffice and as direc-
tor ol its Michigan, Florida and
New York offi In 1963, he i
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the Federal Republic of Germany j
to conduct a month-long study of j
the state of democracy and inter-1
group relations in that nation's!
school system and military estab-
lishment.
As an official at Brandeis since;
1969. Mr Perlmutter served on the
university's president's adminis-.
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he was associate national director i
of the American Jewish Commit-1
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On his new position. Mr. Perl '
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life, both in terms of personal ful-
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Friday. March 30, 1973
AJCongress President Calls
For New Jewish Commitment
By Special Report
WASHINGTON, DC. Rabbi
Arthur Hertzberg, president of the
American Jewish Congress, said
this week that the great enterprise
of Jewish life in the 1970s must be
to transform our organizations so
that they are consciously designed
to increase Jewish knowledge and
commitment.
Rabbi Hertzberg spoke as the
Congress' national governing coun-
cil adopted a resolution calling on
the organization's chapters to "in-
tensify Jewish education for our
leadership and grass roots mem-
bers."
In his address, Rabbi Hertzberu
warned '.hat Jewish communal in-
stitutions were "failing to meet
thtir primary responsibility of pro-
\ ling American Jews with a basic |
cation and a deep sense of.
rootedncss in the Jewish group."'
cautioned, however, that '
ish continuity c inn.it be as-
- id by turning inward so that
worry only about "what's good
I Jews.' There can be no secur-
h;. for IJie Jewish community by
eating to the ghetto. If we take
< religion and ourselves serio is
c must as a people speak ou1
ige usly for those conci
human dignity, equality a* I
edom which are authentic toi
'wish sstirit
Bui commitment to good works !
ily one aspect ol whal il me
a J v in \; day. \V<
also mal imm n nt I
I 01 o a n i in a
ile."
fulfill :'- commit
bi H said, "we mu il
ide incr< as< d financial sui port
those proj rams thai strengthen
Ji ish affirmation and thai en
age the search for Jewish
- He told AJCongress na-
tional women's division convention '
meeting: "The American Jewish
munity is increasingly berim-
ing a kind of accidental associa-1 gress women's division played key
I roles at the women's division na
1 tional biennial convention thi
week in Washington. D.C.
AJCongress
women serving on
tion of Jews who come together to
deal with general problems.
"But if Jews are to survive as a
people, the content of Jewish life
| must be filled with something more, ,he committee or the meeting.
than building hospitals. fond'nK whose tnemt. was-Our Past as Pro-
umversit.es and offering social,, included Mildred Berlin.
services to the community at Urge. I Danzj Gertrude Ehrenpreis (
"All these good works as im- -j^ Kaplan. Eve Leikin. Muriel
pontant and vital as they are Meyergon Sonva r^ Svlvia sil.
arc| only ways of filling the void l Jpanne cfc charlotte
left by the evaporation of positive w Henrietta Weiss.
Jewish content within Jewry. The .
great enterprise of Jewish life in More than 500 women leaders of
the 1970s must be to transform the AJCongress from throughout
our organizations so that they are the country attended the four-day
consciously designed to increase convention, which marked the |
lewi h knowledge and commitment, women's division's 40th year and
Florida leaders of the AJCon-' the 25th anniversary of Israel.
Florida Will Nol Permit
'Reverse' Quotas. ADL Told
Dinner meeting of the board of directors of the National Uni-
versity Extension Assn. at the Europa Restaurant on Coral
Way brings together Dr. Glenn Goerke of South Miami (left)
president-elect NUEA, Dean Floyd Fisher of Penn State,
Dean Armand Hunter of Michigan State and the current
president NUEA. Dr. Robert Ray of Ohio State.
Continued from Page l-A
two : rs, which have pro-
duced evidence of discriminatory
i bj two state coll iges
"Our Inquiries have resulted in
(he filing of several formal
charges of discrimination with
federal government agencies, in-
cluding the U.S. Equal Employ-
ment Opportunity Commission
and the Department of Health,
Education and Welfare," Mr.
Bernstein said.
H led I hat ;" o -.< h ases
et of fed-
nquiries in Fl irida.
' Dl r onal ircctor Arthur
Ti i" batim said. "We are pleas-
ed by the assurances from the
da H nan i itions Com-
mission that th tate's Affirma-
tive Action Plan will be imple-
mented on the concept of equal
opportunity based upon individ-
ual ir.cr The Jewish commu-
nity and all minorities have a
[real deal ..: stake in
the preservation of equal em-
plovmenl practices, We shall re-
: t,< that end, and
vig Ian for anj abuses "
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wall hangings and free standing'
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Friday. March 30, 1973
"Jewist fhrktiar}
Page 9-A
Hebrew University Receives IHks Installation Dinner Set April 8
.. -- Annual installation dinner of i dav nieht. April 5. at
$1 Million At Humphrey Fete
A National Tribute Dinner to
Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey at the
Eden Roc Hotel last week pro-
duced more than $1 million in gifts
for the Hebrew University of
Jerusalem. The former vice pres-
ident received the 1973 Scopus
Award of the American Friends
of the Hebrew University at the
$250a-plate banquet which at-
tracted more than 375 persons.
Sen. Humphrey applauded the
. efforts of Israel's first and largest
t university in pioneering pre-aca
i demic and academic programs for
I culturally and economically dis-
j advantaged students. He proposed
I a United States Government pro
gram of aid to education for de
v-f'oning nations.
Torch of Learning Awards were
presented to Kichard Levy and
Lewis E. Zorn of Miami Beach
I and to Max Kampeiman and
Holocaust Study Conclave
Slated In Boston April 30
Many of the world's leading
scholars on the Holocaust will
i t< < '.her at the Hebrew
.1 In Hi.-ton April 30 to
their views and findings on
aspects .: the Jewish
Irophe of World War II.
rhia conference Is an outgrowth
of the academic courses on thi >
'.,m nt the Hebrew I
i ge the increasing com
I :. in !' wish academic ami c
al l<.- thai the psyi
ical, histi :. al ai I the >iogica< '
ensions of the Holi i au I a
ng i growin an! decisive
nu on the di >> Io m: nt o)
mporary Jewry, both i'
and in Isi
v ill be n d bj
confer* e includ e of thi
most i I ispec -
[ Ho caust xperience: Thi
mi '. md il i'.-' cl
tin Gei m .. ...
and i la n to In <
si the J( hi -. n i i
New Slate For
B.B. Judea
Installation and banquet of the
a Lodge of B'nai B'rith was
i on March 22. at the Seville
H ltd.
The following officers were in-
Stalled:
Col, Nathaniel II Kutchi r
i iid< nt Louis Coleman, Benja
nun F. Kutcher, Harris Goldman
and Dan Popek. vie presidents;
Jack Berg, financial secretarj
Ely H. Schwartz, treasurer: Dr
Irving Tarasuk. re< ordlng secre-
tary; Jack Eisner, corresponding
secretary; Dr. Murray Frogel,
Chplain, and Harry Greenbaum,
warden.
Board of directors Meyer
Abramson Joseph Altchul. Wil-
liam Anehel. Louis Apell. Herman
Bernard, Joseph Bernstein. Samuel
Fast, Col. William Feitelberg.
Herman Flansbaum. Louis For-
gash, Lester Colburt. Henry
Howard. Samuel Kaparovsky, Dr.
Samuel Katzman, Isadore Klay
man. Philip Irvine. Magnus Lip-
ton. Philip Miller, Barne'.t Moskin.
Samuel Rosenwasser. Hyman
Rubenstein. Samuel Rudenberg.
Sigmund Schwartz. Julius Spiike.
Louis I. Weitzman and Morris
Vellin.
Harris Goldman greeted the
guests and the invocation was
given by Dr. Murray Frogel.
The Lighting of the Menorah
was made by Sara Barko. Olga
Emert, Rose Rogers, Joseph Alt-
schul, Sam Kaparovsky. Barnett
Moskin and Samuel Rudenberg.
One of the major events of this
installation was the presentation
of awards to the following mem-
bers for "outstanding and meri-
torious services": Herman Bernard,
Jack Berg. Louis Coleman. Jacob
Eisner, Col. William Feitelberg,
Dr. Murray Frogel. Harris Gold-
man, Harry Greenbaum, Isidore
Klayman, Col. Nathaniel Kutcher,
Benjamin Kutcher, Philip Levine.
Abe Ptachik, Eli Schwartz, Dr.
Irving Tarasuk, and Abe Check-
man.
'" dedlv threat closinc in the
Nazi bureaucratic design for
scmbiy-iine murder, rescue ef-
forts, American reactions to th<
snormous challenge, and the
lieological reappraisals evoked bj
ie a i i f th peri d,
i he cone a\ e wi b Icr t''i
loneral dir ctl n E Di Herl
i m ,. .--.
will introduce the i an > the
artU ipants.
Nathan (N?te) Shafran of Cleve-
I land for their lea lership in behalf
of the Hebrew University. Israel
nd higher education. Louis Wolf-
son II, former stale legislator, was
general chairman. Seymour Fish-
I man, national executive \ice pres-
i ident of the American Friends,
made the presentations.
Joining in the testimonial to
Sen. Humphrey were Israel Eco-
; nomic Minister Ze'ev Sher and
nt rlainer Jerry Lewis. Mr. Sher
was the principal speaker, sharirg
the platform with Eliyahu Honig.
irector of Administration of the
Hebrew University.
In his iaik. Mr. Sher. former
'> puty Attorney General of Israel, j
laid "In" Hebrew University is I
unique becau e ii^ primarj mis-
ion is to rekind.c the torch of
lewi-h learning, at its place ol
origin, at the fountainhi ad i :
We t: ran iral va .. Zi in."
Annual installation dinner of i day night, April 5. at the Elks
'he Miami Beach Lodge of Elks. | lodge. The Miami Beach attorney
the city's largest fraternal organi-1 is president of the Greater Miami
Hebrew Academy and a director
of Temple Emanu-El.
Dr. Irving Lehrman, rabbi of
Temple Emanu-El and national
president of the Synagogue Coun-
cil of America, will be the prin-
cipal speaker at the installation
banquet. Ted Martin and his or*
chestra will play, and an enter
tainraent program will be staged,
Mr. Newman said.
Officers of the Grand Lodge, led
by acting Grand Lodge Exalted
Ruler Marvin Kimmel, will install
Mr. Firtel. Serving as cochairman
of the committee with Mr. New-
man are Councilman Harold
Rosen, a past exalted ruler, and
Richard Bernard. Gerald K.
Schwartz and Marvin Baida, who
will take office with Mr. Firtel
in the chair positions.
IDW&RO T. NEWMAN
sation, w. ill 1 i \ pi .
:i" '." I >'- of ;.;.... r ; .] Edward T Nc
14 I
.'
: -,.-.:. ,. installs
Iem established the University of tion chairman
the Jewish People "to rejuvenate
and i Firl will bo hi
il ie ni w life i m and 11 d nnei | li nnt his forma
h I'"' rati i ,: xalted ruler Thurs-
People Power' Discussed
Leonard Helfand will speak on,
, Power Democracy in.
Action' al the Forte Forum Tues
i m.-, in the Forte Audi*
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*Jen1st Fhridian
Friday. March 30. 1973
. ;
-the f\abbi *Z>pea*i J~rom Jm f^Hlpti
By R. SAMUEL JAFFE
Temple Beth El. Hollywood
Shemini, this week's Torah por-
tion, tells of esh zara, "alien fire,''
which Aaron's sons, Nadab and
Abihu, who were
! ihe covenant-relationship. Change
in Judaism in salutary, if It be in I
consonance with our transcending
religious ideology and help;
trengthen our spiritual commit-
ments.
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By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
(.>. in;;: Jewish-TeleterntihlM .\srency>
Why is Jewish Bill of Di-
vorce called a "Get?"
A number of reasons are ad-
newly consccrat I In these days of turmoil and
ed in the priest- transition, concepts alien to Jew-
hood, offered be-: ish tho ight and idealism are chal-1 vanced for this name. Some claim
fore the Lord, lunging the young generation. They that the term "Get" comes from a
and of the mis- run the gamut from mystical ob- root "Chatat" meaning to "dig."
fortune which scurantism and occultism, with the or to "cut through." In this sense
befell them: a stress on otherworldly salvation, the instrument of Jewish divorce
fire came forth to a radical secularization of our, cuts assunder the relationship be-
from the Lord spiritual values They are the "alien tween the two parties. Others claim
and consumed fires" which are being offered by that tlv* reason the document is
them." The rab- those who have little knowledge called "Get" is that the two letters
bis, in attempt- and less understanding of the vi- that make up the word (i.e. Gimel
ing to define the ibility and the vitality of our his- and Tech) are never found to-
nature of their toric tradition And yet. in their gether in the Bible. They are thus
' aggression, which brought such real and presumptuousness, would always apait and thus representa
consequence suggest that i!,,> flaunt their bias to influence our! tive of two people being cut apart
ing priests, in disregard of their oung to their sectarian viewpoint, from each other.
i lers, Haunted their newly ac- their intoxication with "thei Some (race u ,0 a word jn ,hp
I ired authority; or th.a they truth, they would[challenge the paiestinian Talmud which describes
Kobfai Jaife
A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 9SS SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. ,1
ANSHE EMES ?533 SW ">th Awe.
American Traditional Judaism. Rab-
bi J. Marshall Taxay. Cantor Sol
Pakowitz. 2
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BETH AM (Temple'. 5950 N Kendall ,
Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Her. j
bert Baumgard S '
BFTH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Awe. |
Conaerwatiwe. naDbl Irwing A. We'll, j
gart. Cantor William W Lioson 4-
Friday (South la p.m., Judak-a hUrh school panel Jun-
ior choir will participate Saturday
(Coral Way main sam-tarvi : n.m
tar MUivah: Edward Charles, ton of
Dr. and Mr*. Elllol Gordon,
Friday 8:16 p.m. Saturdav "i a m. fine
.Mitzvnh: Abraham son of Mr. and
Mrs. .Manuel Tour.
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NER TAMID (Tempi*). 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. W
OI-EV SHALOM. 7?S5 Bonita Or. Or
ihodox. Rabbi r-neas Weberman.
Cantor Leo Radii 30
SEPHAROIC JEWI". H CENTER. 43
Collins Awe. Rabbi Sadi Nahmlaa. 31
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CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542-
44 Washington Awe. Rabbi Awrohom
Groner. 32
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NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79th Street Cause-
way. North Bay Village. Conserva-
tive Rabbi Emmet Allen Frank. Can.
tor Murray Yawneh. 32-A
B5 IJ?. SW..!7th AVe rtn0: AGUDAS ACHIM NUSACH SEFARD
dox. Rabbi H. Rothman.

BETH KODESH. .101 SW l?th Awe
Modern Traditional Rabri Max Sha- I
piro. Cantor Lecn Segal 6|
Friday 8:ts p.m., "The Tii. Sabbath
CONGREGATION. 707 5th St., Mi-
ami Beach. Orthodox. Rabbi Mop.
decai ChaimavW*
NORTH Miami BEACH
.. re intoxicated as they prepared
perform their sacerdotal duties
\ l.itcvcr the cause, in a moment
of caprice, they ventured to change
sn essential element of the serv-
(<. In this tragic incident, there
j> a relevant and timely instruction.
dynamism and truth of our distinc-1
tive tradition.
a certain type of rodent as being
destructive by using the word
tiayti" in the sense that they
break up substances. The word
"Get" would thus indicate that a
couple wu "breaking up" (Yeru-
shalmi, Baba Mczia, 3:5).
Some claim that the name "Get"
comes from the name of a bird
which is called "Gita" and who is
Judaism has undergone many
transformations, but, in its millen-
nial history, its changes were al-
ways indigenous to its fundamen-
tal concepts and spiritual outlook.
Ours is an age of revolution. We, Our faith"" has always been creative
ere witnessing an upheaval in ev- and innovative, but it has survived
v sphere of life, social, political I and flourished because of its in-
..i religious Traditional values nate ability to assimilate that which i described as having the character
being challenged and timc-hon- would enrich it and to reject alien j ef driving away all other fowl
; ed mores are readily being dis- fire which would consume it. | from its presence.
carded. "------------------- Why does a Jewish Bill of Di-
ADL Films Spotlight vorcc always have exactly 12
In the area of faith, many radi- ,,,,-,. ... ,-,. lines?
cal changes are being Introduced. Golda Meir, Abba Ebatl Jhm ar<1 somc ^ c,aim (hat
'.ith in form and in content. Some "Existence of the State of Israel
e proven spiritually edifying, has not caused anti-Semitism to
i nd have served to deepen and en- disappear but it has. since its
mince religious commitment for creation, given hope to world
a any who have been religiously es- Jewry."
itanged and alienated. However,
il one is to find spiritual fulfill So *ai(l Israeli Premier Golda
n en*, and derive a meaningful and Meir and Foreign Minister Abba
purposeful lifestyle from the tra- Eban in filmed interviews con-
dition of his people, then it must > ducted in Israel by Arnold Forsler.
be within and out of the context; general counsel of the Anti-
the historic experience of that Defamation League of Bnai BYith
j-'ople and through its value sys-
"' '" I The films, prenared in color for
American television in ADL's
this is because the two Hebrew
letters that make up the word
"Get" (i.e. Gimel and Teth) which
means "divorce together have the
numerical equivalent of 12. Others
claim that it is because of the 12
empty lines that separate each of
the first four books of the Bible
from each other, i.e. there being a
requirement of leaving four em-
pty lines between each of the Bib-
lical books in the five books of
Moses This indicates a number of
ideas.
First, that each person, even if
divorced, still retains a holiness of
Ours is an evolving and progres- rt"""lil" television in
idve religious faith. Throughout the "Dateline Israel" series, are part
centuries, Judaism has been influ- of the worldwide celebration of! beinS a human being in the image
of the Almighty. It also indicates
that the Bible (i.e. the Torah of
gpnius to adopt and adapt that ""' '"' <"sl"uu"-" Puouc the Jewish faith) left room for
>n hich would enhance it. and to re-! *rvfce by the League to television
jeet that which was inimical to stations across the country.
Friday 8:1S p.m. "The The S.iMmiIi;adATH YESHURUN (Temple). 102S
..f Freedom services. Rabbi Shapiro NE yianii Gardens Dr. Conserva-
ivlll 'I'-"-- "Wi >'" Anal" ; tiwe. Rabbi Milton Schlinsky. Can-
Peace followed by One* Shahbat tor Teuvan Eckhaus 33
hosted i.\ Dr. and .Mrs Nathan K. ______
Spector in honor of (heir Mir ':'"'-; BETH TORAH. 1051 N. Miami Beach
children who celebrated their birth- Blvd. conserwatiwe. Rabbi Max Lio-
schitz. Cantor Jacob B. Mendelson 34
. need by changing times and con- Israel's 25th Anniversary. They
will he distributed as a public


synopsis or rm mnvi tokah portion
Shemini
THE PRIESTS TAKE UP THEIR OFFICE: The priests en-
tered upon their office on the eighth day, which marked the com-
Pletior,i of the.r consecration. The whole congregation stood in the
court before the altar and Aaron offered sacrifices for himself
and his four sons, and then on behalf of the people. After blessing
the assembly, he and Moses entered the tabernacle; on their re-
turn, portions of the sacrifice still on the altar were consumed, by
Divine fire, and the people fell on their faces in worship before
the Lord.
the possibility or eventuality of
divorce should there be no other
way of adjusting differences be-
tween husband and wife.
Thus, writing a Bill of Divorce
is indeed considered a "mitzvah."
As regrettable as the action may
be, it still serves a positive pur-
pose in resolving a serious prob-
lem, for which there evidently is
no other solution.

NADAB AND ABIHU: Nadab and Abihu, Aaron's eldest sons,
offered up incense with unconsecrated fire, not taken from the
altar. Such an offense by priests who were to set an example to
the people was unpardonable, and they were punished hv instant
death, being consumed "by fire which came from before the
toS. k n r,r-,rn,vhehned With Krtcf- but Moses "P'alned
U. the bereaved father that the priest carried a special respond
Wlityto maintain the high standard of sanctity demandedoThim
DIETARY LAWS: Purity and holiness were to be the regu-
mitted to feed on the flesh of animals, he was restricted in his
Choice and required to abstain from food which God declared to
be Upure and abominable. Among quadrupeds, only a^a
Inch completely divided the hoof and chewed the end cool? be
eaten thus excluding such species as the camel, conev hare and
PJJ Of fish, only those with fins and scales were permitted' t
food such species as shellfish, seals, and whales were forb dden
JJ bird. h.. prohibition extended to any b.rd of p y ,
whichclcan binJ may be dl8tibhed i; y(
m the Jorah but were expounded by the rabbis. Onlv birds Pn,
JMs and creeping thing, were classed as unclean and adomina-
Thus a distinction was made between the "unclean and the
clean and between the living thing that could be eaten nd Z
living thing that could not be eaten."
Students To Be
Consecrated At
Temple Beth Tov
Rabbi Charles Rubel will con-
secrate eight Hebrew School stu-
dents during Friday evening serv-
ice at Temple Beth Tov. Mrs.
Sarah Cohen is the Hebrew School
teacher.
Children to be consecrated are
Oavid Browdv. N'eil Finkelst-in
Steven Reis, Mark Goldberg, Jack
lasportas, Lee Sommers, David
Lann and Michael Weiss.
The temple will host the Oneg
Shabbat at the conclusion of the
services.
BETH TOV ( remole). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conserwatlwe. Rabbi Charles
Rubel. Cantnr Seymour Hir.kes. 8'
Krnl..\ S:ia D.m., conaecratlon servi
Ice of eiahi Hebrew school rhlldren.
ISRAEL (Templel OF" GREATER Mi
ami. H7 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi
Joseph R. Narot. 10 I
Frldnv, Inm, Rnbhl rtarrv Tahiehni-I
koff will discuss "WhoI to do Tin the!
Messiah Comes." In addition, Rabbi
T ii-hn i..... m -j
rael's latest oroleet, "The Xe t^arn-l
i"^ Community."
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ISRAEL ITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conserwativ^. rtabhi Faul J. !
Bender. Cantor Nathan Parnast. 11
!'i !'!.!> I" iii i: l.l.i llencli i -.-
in..ii topic, Th. Rejuvenation ..f ih.
Snlrll > iiu diij *:4S .i in Riil bl
Render si i mi : i 11 km nf In Wei h
OR OLOM (lemplei 8755 SW 1Sth I
St. Conserwative. Rabbi Elliot |
Winogr.-.d Cantor > ehouda Binyp- '
min. -i
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6590 N Miami
Awe. Conaerwatiwe. Rabbi Maurice |
Klein. n i
ZION (Temple). 8000 Miller Rd Con. I
serwatiwe. Rahbi Norman Shapiro. I
C.intor Errol Ht'fm.ir. is '
Frtdaj v ,. ,,i .1. n ..,, Mu Month
Sabbath s< rmon in soim Haturrlas
9 .i in sermon, Sedi nh .! thi \\ k.
HIAUAH
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 I. j
4th Awe. Conrvatiwe. Rabbi N. I
than Zolondek ^
Frldav 8:15 n.m mesl sneaker m- \ I
i Montanan of the Montanarl Clini-
cal Schools in Hlnleah Satur 9
an, rvlces followed by n round-
table discussion, and brunch hosted b
Abraham Greece
NOHTH MIAMI j
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION 2225
NE 121st St. Conaerwatiwe Rabbi
Joseph Gorfinkel. Cantor Ben Zion
Kirschenbaum. 35
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conserwatiwe. I'abbi Victor O.
Zwelling. Cantor Jack Lerner. 39
SINAI (Temple), ot NORTH DADE
18801 NE 22nd Awe. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kir.gsiey. Cantor Irving
Shulkes. 37
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 N
19th Awe. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E
Caplan. SS
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YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodos.
Rabbi Zalnuin Kossows< CORAL GABUi
.IUOEA (Tenipiei. 5500 Granada Blwd.
Reform Rabbi Morris Kipper. *T
r*i day *:\* p.m., 1'.....n Prayei Ron .
r.. 1 1 Marks, i 7AMORA (Temple). 44 Zamora Awe.
Conserwatiwe. Rabbi Maxwell A.
Berger. Cantor P. Hillel Brummer.
4t
i-'ii.l..\ 8:1S p.m., Rabbi Maxwell Ber-
-. r u ill discuss. "Jew isli Law 111 I
' in Satui day R:4S .1 m
SUftFUM
MOCAN DAVID CONGREGATION.
9348 Harding Awe. Orthodox. Rabbi
Isaac D. Vine. 80
FORT IAVDSKDAU
BETH ISRAEL t Temple). 7100 W.
Oakland Park Blvd Rabbi Akiwa.
Brilliant. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
FMANUEL. 3245 W. Oakland Park
Blvd. (Reform).. Rabbi Arthur J.
Abrams. ? .r-------Klement. 4)
POMPANO MACH
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER 610*
SHOLOM (Temple). 132 SE 11th Avi.
Conserwatiwe. Rabbi Morris A. Skop.
Cantor Yaacow Renzer.
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mf
.
Post Graduate Seminar
At Cedars Of Lebanon
Cedar of Lebanon Hospital will
conduct a two-day post-graduate
eminar on: "The Immunoloic
Defenses Against Cancer" March
?0-31 under the direction of Dr
Morris II. Blau, chairman. Depart
nent of Surgery at Cedars, and
Drofes-*or of clinical Surgery at
the University of Miami School of
Medicine.
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital
president S. K. Bronstein will
iddress the opening session on
Friday at 9 a.m. and Dr. Rufus K.
Broadaway and Dr. Daniel Seck-
inger will assist as moderators.
MIAMI srACN
AGUDATH ISRAEL 7801 Carlyle Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Sheldon M. Ewer.
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox
Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro. 18
BTH JACOB- 301 Washington Awe.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Svilr.
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches 19
BETH RAPHAEL (Temple). 1545 Jef.
ferson Awe. Conserwatiwe. Rabbi
Oawid Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
BliTH H?-OMjlaBle). 4144 Chase
c; r?ra- R,bbi Leon Kroni.h.
Lantnr oavid Conviser. 2\
Friday 8:15 p m KUp.-i speaker Kahbl
I l AHC will speak on "The (mass
of. Ukeb-Tomrro Saturtavio"'
m"- "^!,j\:!' OroKKorvj., .,-
Oreena. ""' ;""1 N*n
BthrodoJPRLt!H- W^WIW Ave. or.
JkJ bb' Jc,epn E- ""sov.
"tTon^,^ i'^ CONGREGA.
tion. 843 Meridian Ave. 22-A
C"5aN w,E1KRnMW"c?GREGAT,N-
iuhs.1 w,"h'n,al<>'' Awe. Orthodox
Rabbi Dow Rozenowaig. 23
CUrB='VlSEPHARoic HEBREW CON
Rabbi Me,r Masliah Melamed. U.A
EAnNAErnIT,n,'"~,W W,hing.
ion Ave. Consfrvat ve o- .hi i
L.hrman Canto^Zv, Adler '""*,
H0!"W \C*De"lYr2400 Pine Tr.e
Dr^OrOiodox Rabbl AttMn^J *
Gross.
Aw. orthodox. R.bol
Hillel.
'
orthodox. Rabbi ZT7,;0*; in|
Cantor Meyer HAUANDAU
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTEIt
(Conserwatiwe). 416 NE ftth Avg.
Kabbi Harry E. SchwwarU, Canto*
Jacob Danziaer.
K.iii,-,v 8a p m sermon topic, "Th
Btory of )ur 1.if..
HOUrtVOOD
B oTH EL JJempie;. 1351 S. 14th Ave
Reform. Ribbi Samuel Jaffe. is
\-r,'!!:YaS Bm- Staterhood Sabbath
' ,',', ais'us,sll" '^Vhnt Hoi,. ,1,, ,..
women Really Warn in iha T.mo'.,
and the Jewish Community?
B?7H H*-OM (Tempi.). 4(01 Ae.
l.alavsky. Cantor Irving Gold. 44)
Slc!A.'...(Tf-n,p,ei: 'i Johnson $
C.Zll W"i"L' Rabbi Dvld 8hapiro
Cantor Yehuda Heilbraon, 47
T3l'oP8WBT,H 1HM- C0""^'v^
Rshhi ei Awenue. Hollywood.
Rubbi Salomon Benerroch.
TSSHif SOLEL (Liberal) 5100
R0bP.'rd,aFr.Sxrn", H>"* -
MltAMAK
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ISRAEL (Temple). 69C0 SW 35th 8)t
cSntor^h". *'*? Avrom ""-
^Cantor Abraham Koater. 49
Meatless Week Joined
The National Ladies Auxiliary,
Jewish War Veterans, in executive
>n hi New York City, voted to
le in the forthcoming
week," joining with
ns and citizen -
ffort lo stabilize
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Cantor Abraham Sei,\
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iday. March 30, 1973
* Jet* is* tier Milan
Pago 11 -ft,
As.
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Max Lerner
--. way, (n< .*. .
Sees It

LOS ANGELESThere arc more than the Four Horsemen
df the Apocalypse riding America today. By my count, given be-
low, there are at i >as4 seven of them. The ehronic mood here in
California, political and otherwise, seems to !. on the apocalyptic
side, with a wild presaging of first and last things. Part'v th.-,;
mood comes, both here and elsewhere, from the anxious (.< I ng
that there are problems which defy solution.-.
i find people matching their li-n* of such problems. For
clarity, one should first peel away the things thai an' difficult
tasks but no*, insoluble problems. Family assistance, child care,
,i health programs, welfare rolls, housing subsidies, health
insurano plans, inflation, the attack on the remaining h.tr.i core
< povertj these have been the darlings of liberal thinking,
.in' basicallj questions of .social technology,
The; shi aid. in the end. yield t<> icl I will. \\'e knov pretty
i i wh.it ha. to he done about them. The chief questions are
of priorities, financing and Ihc will to lackle them.
Hut my Seven Horsemen ride horses of a different color.
They represent not tasks but knotty social and psycholoj
problems that have thus far eluded solution, o:- even an; sort >f
rough consensus. That was why I suggested some weeks a'o
in this space the creation of a federal office of social intelli
pence" thai would probe such problems in depth, through infor-
mal, unpublic brainstorming sessions of some of the best ninds
el' the nation.

HERFHITH MY I.IST 01 TIIF SEVEN, It stats with v
it-elf. which man has tolerated for centuries, as part of the e.m-
stitutien of things. This is too dangerous a view today. There is
a glimmer of hope that the Great Powers, scared by the threat
of nuclear suicide, may edge their way into some sort of polirins
-ystcm of ihe impossible wars, which may then be followed by
a ban on the possible ones, and undo the vision in "Kins: Lear"
hat Humanity must perforce prey on itself Like monsters of
the deep "
The second is the pollution, congestion, strangulation of a
society call it what you will. It. too, could yield to ter-hnol >kv
and social will, but it runs head-on into the need every society
feels for growth rather than -taynation. How to square the two
becomes the unyielding problem.
Racial hatred is a hor-eman that rides every s^eietv, but
Americans feel its whiplash hard because it goes against every
principle the society avows. Even the gains on the raai to
equality of access have failed to resolve it. since they mike the
remaining distance mare dramatically visible. Whal makes it
v-orso is that it gets tied up with every other problem that feeds
on poverty, squalor and social resentments.
The fourth is crime. Organized crime is actually the less
difficult phase of the problem. It results from organization and
greed: The organization can be smashed by a resourceful use of
the law and the greed can be rechanneled. The harder part is
the street crime that comes out of disorganized lives and de-
sensitized brutality. It has come to dominate the local current
election campaigns in New York. Los Angeles and elsewhere.
Linked with it is the fear of the impact of drugs on the
young, on crime, on the cities, on the fiber of the society. Crime
and drugs, in harness together, arc the lethal pair that ride
Americans hardest, and define the image of America abroad.
ft ft ft
In coping with this pair, the danger is that we will adopt a
single simplistic approach. Crack down on them with harsher
penalties, says Gov, Rockefeller, and now President Nixon pro-
poses reviving the death penalty for major drug linked crimes.
Try to cure them, say the therapists. Do away with their breed-
ing grounds, say the sociologists.
There could be no better instance of how inadequate the
one-dimensional approach is on problems that require a multi-
dimensional understanding and attack. Central to all the dimen-
sions is the habit of violence and the emergence of a urug mys-
tique among a segment of the young.
The last two horsemen also run in tandem. One is the aliena-
tions in American life-between ethnic groups, between the
people and the elites, between generations. The other is the dis-
solution of a number of traditional values, not yet replaced by
new ones. Together they add up to a breaking of the connections
- with family, community, work, country, religion-which form
the unspoken myths and therefore the cement of the society.
These arc the burden of America today, and the challenge
to it. They arc tangled, cankered problems, but not insoluble. To
think them insoluble is to give up half the fight. The presence
of hope is the saving element, its absence the damning one
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world to examine the lessons of
Henry Hodman and his Jungle.
In an odd way. they make their
own comments on American cul-
ture (if that is the right word)
in the la.-,t half of the 20- h cen-
tury.
If Henry Hohman were Jap-
an' -i. he would now be classi-
fied a- a national cultural asset.
a.- those with precious but van
skills are in fact cia-sifieJ
in Japan. He will not tell you
but he began woi k
in 1 aiu He sought his first job
with the nursery film of Bob-
bink and Atkins because he was
dy a passi mate gardener.
A- a boy. he had fertilized and
mulched and pruned his fust
rosi s in in.- sale man-father's
VI i i Baltimore backyand.
In 1920 he bought the land
now covered by his jungle for a
'in ing sum and he set up on
his own as a nurseryman. Rare
and uncommon plants were al-
read) what interested him. He
had no university or other train-
in..; as a btauist. Yet he is by
no'.-, the greatest American ex-
pert on rare plants, or at least
on those rait' plants that can
romchow be made to thrive in
our unfriendly climate. Yet he
is humble about his knowledge.
"I HAVE studied my work
all my life.' he will tell you
gently for he has that peculiar
gentleness that seems to go with
deep religious faith and deep
love of growing things "and
! still feel I know nothing about
It."
'Nothing.'' however, is a word
that here requires definition
Henry Hohman's jungle alto-
gether contains 11.000 species
and varieties, among which many
shrubs that are his specialty. Of
box alone, he has 2C0 species
and verities, among which many
are quite wonderful hybrids for
special purposes thai he has pro-
duced himself. Of azaleas, again,
he says, deprccatingly:
"I ONLY have about 1.000 spe
cics and varieties.''
Besides being an incompar-
able hybridizer, he is the (ital)
nonpareil (unital) of plant prop-
agators in this country. The
rarest of all American shrubs
rarer even than the famous
Pranklinia Alatamaha. found
just once in Georgia in the 18th
century and preserved ever since
in cultivation is a splendid flow-
ering shrub called Illiotia Racc-
mosa.
THERE IS one tiny clump ol
this rarity growing wild in the
South. Yet no one had ever
known how to propagate Illotia
until Henry Hohman experi-
mented, with his unual imagina-
tive, delicate precision, with
propagation by root cuttings.
Now the world's great nurseries
and public arboretums are lining
up. hat in hand and from Bel-
gium to Boston, for their ration
of the newly propagated Illiotia
(two per arboretum).
SO WHAT are the lessons of
this prophet without honor in
our country? To begin with, you
can still do very well in Amer-
ica if you are better than anyone
else, and have enormous guts.
too for it takes guts to go on
managing a jungle almost sin-
gle-handedly, and you also start-
ed work in 1912. The arbore-
tums. the greal American gar-
deners, the major foreign nurse-
ries, still follow Emerson's rule
about beating a path to the door
of the man who has the best
mousetrap.
Yet on the other hand, have
a look at any commercial Amer-
ican plant nursery where the
inr.ualh increasing millions of
Americans who care about gar-
dens make their purchases!
Deadly sameness, deadly dull-
ness, all in the name of mass
production these are the com-
mercial themes. If we cease to
be able to tell "best'' from
'good," the future will be as de-
pressing as rows of magenta
azaleas planted against gracious
suburban brick.
r^abbinical *Jcft
evisiott
Vr
roaramt
>9
April 1 Ch. 10. 0:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
Host: Rabbi .Milton Schlinsks
April 1 Ci. 4. 8:30 a.m. The First Estate
(Repeated on Ch. 2 at b:30 p.m.)
Host: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Topic: "Higher Education in Israel"
Guests: Rabbi Leon Kronish and Dr. Eliyahu Honig
April 1 Ch. 7. 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
Host: Rabbi Max LipschitZ
Topic: "Youth Rock Service"
Guests: Cantor Jacobson and USY Rock Choir and
Band
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Friday. March 30. 1973
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Jewish 'Gross National Product'
Reached $1.5 Billion In 1970
Dr. Lel-man Aids NCCJ Ceremony
NEW YORK (JTA)The aggre- Utiited Fund' grants, Jewish hos-
gate value, or cost, of Jewish com- j pital income rose by almost $400
munal services, including those of j million, aged care income by more
Israel, may be loosely defined as than $70 million and Jewish cen-
the Jewish gross national product j ter income by about Sll million.
which totaled $1.5 billion in 1970. j While non-local Jewish organi-
a figure roughly double that of j zations raised about S17 million
income and costs of such services more in 1970 than they did in
in 1965, according :o a report by I 1965. most of this money was ear-
the Council of Jewish Federations maiked for special and capital
and Welfare Funds. purposes, which are not included
Report on "Jewish Communal I in Federation annual campaigns.
Services: Programs and Finances'* j Such non-contributed income was
was prepared by S. P. Goldberj. : mainly in government services and
Total is related to the major I this rose by S70 million,
sources of ineome for such serv- j Since the 1967 Six Day War. the
ices, including the annual Federa report said, American Jews and
tion campaigns, service payments those of Canada and other coun-
by users of those services and pub- j tries have recognized that the wel-
lic tax funds. faro, health, education and other
It does not include almost all I needs of newsamers In Israel re-
endowment income of Federations j quired massive additional volun-
and local Jewish agencies, local tary support for services which
capital fund drives and ail internal the Jews of Israel could no longer
help to finance because of their
other direct r sponsibilities.
Result "was an historic out
Jewish congregational operating
expenses, according to (lie OFF
report.
Study compared data for 1970 I pouring of aid for the I'JA Emerg
with those for 1965 and cited foui enc> Fund in 1967." The regulai
major changes during that period, i federated campaigns and the IEF
Federations raised S33 million drives together brought a record
more in 1970 for regular operating sum of $319 n 1 i"n in 1967. which
purposes but the income that year in turn was topped in 1971 and
from the Israel Emergency Fund ; 1972. The report said systematic
brought an increase in total Fed- data on local capital fund-rai.-iir
eration campaign results of $147 are not available on an annua
million beyond the 1965 total. basis because of the long term na
Grants for local Jewish services tuie of such programs, which are
from city-wide non-sectarian pro- con nil, d larg 'ly apart from an
rams, usually I'nited Funds, such nual Federation campaigns.
is the United Way and Community A number of Jewish crsaniza
Chests, rose by more than S5 mil- tions bv agreement with Federa
"ion. Apart from Federation and 1 lien?, run independent campaigns.
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The major drives for overseas pro-
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ties; Tcchnion and the Weizmann
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dependent ly. respectively. $3.6 mil-
:ion, $3.6 million and $1.2 million,
the CJF report said.
Major independent efforts for
national programs in 1971 were by
Brandeis University, which raised
513 million without appeals to
. ederations; t\>o hospitals City
if Hope and National Jewish Hos-
I pital which raised ?i3.3 million
vith "only nominal support" from
Federations; Yeshiva University
if New York, including Einstein
Medical College, which raised S9.;-'
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md the Jewish Theological Semi
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\ppeal (Conservative) which rais-
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vrship sources; B'nai B'rith Youth
Service Appeal which raised S4.!
million, also from membership
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[ionist Federation To Participate
'Scholar in Residence' Program
|EW YORK Rabbi Israel Mil-
announced the American Zion-
Tederation's participation in a
Scholars In Residence Pro-
" in conjunction with the
nican Zionist Youth Founda-
and the setting up of a new
tational travel service to Is
He spoke at an AZF national
^1 meeting here.
he meeting opened with talk?
Ifour figures involved in the
jing of Israel.
rs. Rose Halprin, former chair
j of the American section of the
Ish Agency chaired the special
Ion and recalled some of the
moments just prior to Is-
|s declaration as an indcpcnd-
Kate.
kp- Ogden Reid, D-N.Y.. U.S.
fcssador to Israel from 1959 to
opened his talk in Heorew
lurged the U.S. administration
ffer long range security and
is of Women Election
Dade County Commission on
ttatus of Women, a 2~riieml'>"v
lory group that studies and
ises specific plans to meet the
of women, elected officers
(he coming year at its last
|ng. Anne C. Wilson will serve
(airperson: assisted by Nikki
vice chairperson; and Tanya
secretary.
economic guarantees to Israel
since our security hangs together."
The Rev. Karl Baehr, .former di-
rector of the American Christian
Palestine Committee anu a veteran
Christian Zionist, expressed his
feeling that the double standard
/hich Hows Christians to expect !
Israel to act aga;nst her own self]
interest steins from anti-Semitism.
Ambassador David Rivlin, Is-
-ael's consul general in New Yo.k
closed the session by appealing to
the Zionist Movement to "cease to
')e a marginal factor and become
Mice again a leading force in Amer-
ica with a dominant aliyah nucleus
hat will be able to challenge and
.ill the ideological vacuum which
now exists."
In announcing the AZF's partici
!>ation in the "Scholars In Resi-
dence Program." Rabbi Miller said:
"We must bring the kind of people
frcm Israel who show Israel as
groping for spiritual values which
is the goal of Zionism and our
people."
To this end. 20 leading Israeli
intellectuals and men of letters
will be arriving as guests of vari-
ous communities throughout the
United States towards the end of
the month. They will stay and lec-
ture with the communities for two
weeks followed by a dialogue with
their American counterparts which
is being sponsored by the newly
formed Zionist Council for the
*"t and Sciences.
Fascell Towers Opens
The new Dante Fascell Towers,
a low income public housing facil-
ity for the elderly located at 2929
NW 18th Ave., will be dedicated
at 2 p.m., Friday. U.S. Representa
tive Dante B. Fascell, D-Fla....will
be present, with his wife and "chil-
dren, at the dedication, ceremonies
for the building named in his hon-
'Y' Las Vegas Night
The YM-YWHA at 8500 SW 8th
St.. is holding a Las Vegas Night
Saturday starting at 8 p.m. Work-
ing on the project, which finances
scholarships for children, are the
of Laurel Shapiro, president.
Judgment at Nuremberg jment at Nuremberg- on Sunday
. starting at 7 p.m. Proceeds are
The Senior Youtti Group of!
Temple Beth El will present a earmarked for the Youth Scholar-
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Jewish ncridRair
Friday. March 30. 1973
Israel Newsletter
By Carl Alperl
Israel's Latest National Holiday April First
APRIL FOOL'S DAY is known and "observed"
all over the civilized world we are told, but
here \n Israel the citizenry braces itself each year
I for who knows what rash of
pranks.
Fcr some reason the students of
the Technion have established a
[.reputation for prepetrating the
cleverest or most sophisticated
lokes en the public. For them it
| ifi a one-day release from the rig-
rs of their serious studies.
Thej don't go in for anything
as nnocent as calling attention to an alleged ink
spot on yew face, no indeed. On the campus itself
there is one classic which is repeated even year
On the morning of April \ some member of the
teaching staff who misses his car realizes sadly
that he will find it on tip of the roof of one of the
campus buildings. Sometimes a crane has been
necessary to remove the vehicle; how the students
got it up there in the first place remains an engi-
ne! ring secret.
The stunts spread to the public as well. Last
year the front walls of the city's banks were plas-
it d with big notices to the effect that the banks
were closed until further notice. Curiosity gave
W8J to panic when the b:mks actually did not open.
It :eem> the students had at the same time gummed
up all the keyholes, and the bank officials had a
Hook Review
Sevmoiir B. I.it-Inn.in
Jews In Time, Space
THE JAPANESE AND THE JEWS by Isaiah Ben-Dasan
(John Weatherhill. S6.95) is an intriguing, diverting
and occasionally, disturbing book. Tht
author's name is presumed to be a pseu
Idonym. He claims to have been born ir
Kobe. Japan, of "strict observant Jew
|'sh parents."
Mystery surrounds his identity. Wher.
'iis book won the Japanese Ova Prize,
omparahle to our Pulitzer, he sent s
>roxy. There is no doubt that he pos
esses a good knowledge of Judaism and
!s history although it is not free of error. It also appea
hi knows the Japanese and their history but he ad-
- thai certain of their characterises or idiosyncracie:
beyond his comprehension
book might besl nparative stud)
i lain pei ts oi lh< cultural an hrt | lot \ Jew
tapanese Hi firsl chapl C st ol Security '
ti excellenl ho Ihe e two peoples view na-
il si i ].,, applies I i hi< 11
...... .! divine
human law. Unfortunately, the author rarel)
ces for (hose fi
We were mori ;ed by the sti
|-knowi 100 to hi
' lie) i id
from se they ranked lower mar,
tic I Local ral ho have been consulted
1 such 'l It i nt.)
The author rambli from lime to time and digri
Is mi nd I ristian theology and some absurd
or) about what led to Auschwitz. Despite the few ot
i- (which may possibl) be the fault of the translator!.
i oyment and enlightenment flow from the pen of a per
ceptive person who has absorbed two cultures.
Eyewitness t.. Jewish History, edited by Azriel Eisen
berg, Hannah Grad Goodman and Alvin Kass (Union
American Hebrew Congregations |7.50) is an antholog)
of excerpts from books, diaries, travelers' notes, news-
papers, etc. written between 586 B.C.E and 1987 Each i
preceded by a brief explanatory note The book is an
ellent tool for edit rovided it is skillfully used,
Some selections are gems which deserve reading by adu
They call to mind Gray's memorable line, many a flower
is born to blush unseen." Pierre Van Passen's description
of the Moslem slaughter of the Jews on a Sabbath eve in
Hebron In 1929 required retelling and wide dissemina-
tion,
Morris Golomb's Know Your Festivals and Enjoy
Them (Shengoid Publishers, $5.80) is intended for Talmud
Torah classes but will prove to be a delight for adults.
The author is an outstanding Jewish educator. Each festi-
val explanation and history is followed by quizzes and
answers aftd many include legends, myths, or tales that
are conversation pieces.
busy time explaining matters to a growing queue
of nervous depositors until the doors could be
forced open.

As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGA1
Growing Old.
Growing Poor
p VHBI BEN EZRA taught it to Robert Browning;
and the Ifingllsh poet passed the world along to
all mankind that sweet assurance that everybody
growing old with the rabbi would
discover in his sunset years that
life was at its best. But time and
economic dislocation, longevity, in-
flation, and the cursed ways ot
modern life have shot holes in Ben
Ezra's honeyed promise.
Here's a report, for example
that the American Jewish Con
press has pointed out to Arthur S
Fleming, special consultant on the aged at the high
e-t national level, that at least 7j per cent of Amer
ica's impoverished Jews are over 65 and that most
i of these poor elderly receive little or no govern-
mental assistance.
Will help for these and other needy among the
nation's 20 million men and women 65 and over be
coming from Washington these next few years?
"We commit ourselves to helping older Americans
achieve greater self reliance and greater opportuni
tics for direct participation in the activities of our
_ society." the platform of the winning political party
declared. "We believe that the later years should
be. not isolated years, not years of dependence, but
years of fulfillment and dignity."
Yes, sir! And when time came for the President
to make his second inaugural address, he spelled
out his conception of the commitment by asserting:
"In our own lives let each of us ask not just what
will government do for me. but what can 1 do to
for myself."
You had better believe it. you older poor, you
inhabitants of the nursing home of no return in the
dell, you decrepit thousands who would give most
anything to prove you can still support yourselves
if only God and the government would give you
strength to get up out of bed
What have we hen with our greyheads? Simone
Beauvoir's classic study, "old" and "poor" hav<
become practically synonymous, Here we are told
that practically half of Amerl | ex
treme poverty; that many in thi nl try to sub-
sist on : than $200 a month for a couple. I
re recent essay, "Ni b id Evi i Die I of Old Vge '
>''" R. Curtain prono
Judgment I of us for "the spiritu il si
.1 111 rl ... .r) I- ..
w shi Ids: "1 so n times fear that
min( ration to km a V.ii people
as friends."
W e ; oul In') be sur learn that in
Pennsylvania a new organization answer!
to the name of the Grey Panthers has come
existence Weary of governmental run-around,
of lost of respect by some of the >. the
Grey Panthers have come out fighting, They are
aware thai despite the financial disappoin ment
that strike the elderly poor, the growins arm)
those over 85 has a buying power of $65 million, And
the dink of that pile of cash may command sonu
respeel at the bargain c mnter,
" you trot bl to search through the ang
' ll>e i''' n-burdened elderl) poor von will
find a number oi justified demands. They ask-
these neglected and devalued seniors
1. A chance to share in the powerful American
economy that many of them helped build. A nation
""'' -' national product of approximately si
. trillion should do better l>> u elderly,
2. An end to cold, mandi I ; es
ncreasingly, such cut offs are seen as discrirnin*
torj
:i. A readjustment of Social Security in a was
en*bl* .....' "' continue receiving promised
benefits for the handicapped and others o el
after increase has been voted in Social Security.
4. The assurance of adoption of national mini
mum standards for private pensions.
5. Partial exemption for property tax tot those
over 65 with limited family income.
6. A sound national health plan, with the fed-
eral government giving more thought to the need!
of the elderly than to the money hunger of insurance
5 companies.
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In Tiberias reports of a gold mine discovery
spread like wildfire, helped along by discreet cat*
tering of brass shavings in the area.
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Two years ago the junior traffic experts of the
Technion pnt up one way signs along Tel Aviv's
principal thoroughfare, Dizengoff Blvd. At firsl it
caused consternation, but it seemed to solve the
traffic problems so well that after serious consid-
eration the Tel Aviv city fathers made it permanent!
Throngs at I.ydda Airport were amused to hear
a hostess, perhaps not too conversant with English,
summoning "Mr. Chamber Pol" to report to the
tourist desk
When April Fool's Day falls on Shabbat, as in
1972. (he students thoughtfully observed it the fol-
lowing day.
Showing journalistic enterprise, the Technion
Students produced a special edition of the popular
afternoon paper. "Vedlot Aharonoth," which sold
on the streets better than the original, especially
since the big black headline proclaimed that. Gov-
ernment Announces Discovery of First Temple
Belonging to Second Temple Period." "Yediot" has-
te,led to get a court order against the imposter
paper.
There has been no end to the pranks from year
to year Posters announced discovery of a new.
dangerous virus in drinking water; everyone who
has drunk water in the last 24 hours should report
al once to a hospital or clinic.
A group of Bcersheba students mailed out of-
ficial looking invitations to a non-existent corner-
stone ceremony. The officials hastened to decorate
the site with flags, and throngs showed up. It was
April Fool's Day.
As these line are being written it will soon be
April 1 again. What do the students have up their
sleeves this time?
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Moses Didn't I se Oil
I^OKI-: USE SHOULD be made of the coal re-
sources of the world, according to Golda Meir.
"Moses, she said, "led the Jews for 40 years in
the wilderness and didn'l use any
Oil." There is less pollution from
power produced by coal. \ wril
in the New York Times the other
day propo-ed th.it Israel inau u-
a crash program to produ
satisfying car run b, electricity
lo help save the world,
The oil-powered automobile may
be as great a hazard to the woi
Mo es did t't use oil and he could teach the
lesson, He wasn't in a hurry.
The Egyptians pursuing the Israelites had !ie
chariots. The Israelites just walked.
The Egyptian ears rolled over in the Red Sea,
while the Israelites marched safely on.
People say "in the long run." The long run is
and the short run is bad. Walk,
According to the Israeli daily, "Maariv." Golda
OUl of curiosity, asked one of the recent
Russian immigrants what he thought should be
done about the occupied territory.
"Well." he replied, "territories which were
f'vfd 8h.....'' '" kept, but those which were con-
quered, should bo given their freedom."
"Which were freed and which were conquered""
asked Mrs Meir.
"Well, such territories as Golan Heights. Gaza.
S.na. were freed and should be kept. But territories
like Rumania. Hungary. Czechoslovakia were con-
quered and they should be let go."


Joy, March 30, 1973
vJenistfhrMtor:
Page 15*
letters to the editor
)R, The Jewish Floridian:
one oi the Orthodox Rabbis
ur community, I assume the
|nsibility to make public the
n-ing message concerning the
|coming Passover Holiday.
Bd prices in general have been
to extreme highs, and the
for Kosher food are above
Jready high cost of living.
lh the Passover holidays in
, I appeal to food distributors,
tsale and retail not to raise
rice of Kosher food. In par-
the price of staple items
is matzo. meat, fowl and fish
be kept at the lowest pos-
evel, It would be a shame
price of Kosher food should
people away from our re
I also appeal to the Kosher
pin-r not to patronize luxury
cts that are not part of the
ky diet. It is only natural thai
lacturers cash in on the pro-
iTravatorr"
412,7 at Dade
ftil 1 at IScach
"rovatoro." Giuseppe Vardi's
tic opera in four acts, will
ented by the Opera Guild
^H^:' VIo iday and
Saturd. > Dade
County Auditorium, and Wednes-
day, A i i'.
Auditorium. All performances be-
gin ikiiipily at 8:15 p.m.
Montscii.it Caballe, soprano f
the Metropolitan and I.a Sea la
Opera, ill mm iiic mil- <>f
Leonora, opnn-".. her ;is Manrico
will be hri husband. I.a Scala
tenor Bernab." Marti. Also starring
in "II Tiovniiw" arc I.a Scala.
^v Met nd I'-'ris (lpeia baritone
Matteo Manugucrra as Count di
Luna, Mr! mezzo-soprano I.ili
Ghookasiati as Azucena, and bari-
tone Mak'nli'i Smith of the New
rk City Opera, as I-Vrrando.
j motion to sell their wares for the i fuse to purchase such items for
i holidays by introducing it as j the Passover holiday.
I "Kosher for Passover." Finally, I nighty recommend
Many of these items do not re- s,upPrt "'Kosher food items pro-
quire religious supervision, and it i ?.uced ln lsrfeLL oneC),f thef -
: is unjust that because of the Pass-1 mes wa-vs to helP the Sta,e of
lover label the price is hiked 10 Israel
|or 15 per cent
To combat such a situation, re-
Sidney Lowe Is New
Commander JWV Post 243
Sidney N. Lowe and his wife,
Evelyn, will be installed as com
mander and president of Murray
RABBI TIBOR H. STERN
Miami Beach
York
TTiree < t complete the
cast. They are soprano Rebecca
Roberts, recently enciccd by the
Dallas and San Francisco Opera
Compani a- Inez; tenor Curtis
Rayam, one nf Mi. top ten Met-
ropolitan Opera Auditions prize
winners lor 1!>73. as Ruiz, and
Guild ve'eran bass Tom Winston
as a Gyp.->.
- "II Trovatorc is the fourth of
four major productions to be
mounted In tile Opera Guild this
season.
Music director and conductor is
Emerson Ituekley
Sidney Rockwell Installed
Prexy BB Lodge 1591
Sidney Z. Rockwell will be in- elect of the Miami Beach Lodge,
stalled as president of the Miami George J. Talianoff, honorary
Beacn B'nai B'rith Lodge 1591, chairman of the Society of Fellows,
Anti-Defamation League, and a
past president of the Miami Beach
Lodge, will act as installing offi
cer, Samuel Pascoe, former Florida
State president of B'nai B'rith
Lodges, is master of ceremonies.
Lawrence II. Sluiman is general
chairman of the installation din
ner.
Other officers t.o be installed
are: Irving S.-hatziiian, treasurer
Phil cantor, financial secretary
Joseph H. Cohen, Nat Friedman,
Adolph Lang, Harry Reiser, vice
presidents: Gershon Miller, chair
man of the luncheon club: Dr.
\bi aliam Wolfson, newscaster at
the luncheon club.
Among trustees are- Dr. Irving
Lehrman. rabbi of Temple Emanu-
El. Jack Gordon, Abraham Grun
I.in. Burnett Roth, Paul Seider-
man, George J. Talianoff, Arthur
SIDNtl tOCJfWIU [ Courshon, .lay Dernier,
day, at the Seville Hotel, at
:> p.m. Kcukwell succeeds Moe
Reiffen, who is completing his
tesond term,
Rockwell i- founder c.i the Met-'
ropolitan Maintenance Company oi '
\e Jersey. lie was president ol
Histadrut in New Jersey and pres-
ident of the Landsman Buczaczer
.Society in Iloboken. Rockwell vis
ited Israel on three occasions to
establish a free loan society.
i Rockwell has been in B'nai B'rith,
for 22 years,
i ln Miami Beach Rockwell is on '
the Brotherhood board of Temple
Bi t'l Sholom, a member of the
Elks, Masons. Shriners, the Detroit
Social Club, and vice president oi i
', Hudson Country of New Jersey]
Social Club. He is also a membi i
of the Hiilel advisory board. Uni- ,
vct-iu of Miami, and has served
as vice president and president!
advocate; Murray Valkowitz. qiij
termaster; Sol Lipton. officer-c'
the-day, and Ben Slutsky. trustc e
Auxiliary officers installed I.
Department President Lillian
Schoen are: Tanya Levine. sen! f
vice president: Stella Lipto 1
junior vice president; Betty Arc.-
off. treasurer; Diane Botwinik.
corresponding secretary; Jea.i
Olin, chaplain: Judith Blilt, con-
ductress; Evelyn Ferdie. patriot.-,
instructor: Cynthia Blitt. historian:
Sophie Valkowitz. guard. and
Jenny Golub and Estelle Gordon,
trustees.
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tFewiisIi Floridian

Florida /. March 2r<
Section B
Lehrman Scholarship Ball j
Names Koretzkv Chairman
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, has I
B in
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' -in. urn em
K i n' n de by
Judge Herbert s Sh i] iro, presi-
dent, and Samuel N. Friedland,
chairman of the board of the Miami
Beach synagogue.
A native of Greater Miami. Mr.
Koretzkv is secretary of Temple
Emanu-El. and ha? served for mans
List ; i rmari

on of
Mr Kon aduate of the
Universit; of Miai ; a member
(.1 the_b tai d ol ei n of the
Greater Miami Philharmonic Or-
chestra and is a patron of the arts
and music. He took his graduate
studies in hotel administration at
Cornell University.
Active in the Miami Beach
Dr. Mowshowitz Speaker
At Paul Benjamin Fete
Dr. Israel Mowshowitz. special Mrs. Sydelle Sehlanger, co-chair-
advisor to the president of Yeshiva men.
University and leader in Jewish Tnc Florida Friends of Yeshiva
University is an organization of
area industrial and professional
leaders, educators, parents of stu-
dents and alumni who identify with
and support the goals of the in
stitution.
Now in its 87th year, Yeshiva
University is America's oldest and
largest university established un-
der Jewish auspices. In its under-
graduate and graduate divisions
the University offers programs
leading to degrees and diplomas
in the liberal arts, natural, social
and behavioral sciences. Judaic
studies, education, medicine, and
other professional fields for a
current enrollment of more than
7.000 men and women.
The Main Center of Yeshiva
University is in the Washington
Hei : ,;..n of Manhattan. Its
thr. major teaching centers
are local elsewhere in Manhat-
tan and in the Bronx.
Americ
on. i
I Hotel. He is ncm
of the A
an i u .-. I on 1
inal
i and J -.'-.
A mi mb< of P Phi
fraternity, Mr. Koretzky has been
live in the Gr i Jewish
Federation and f r State of Israel
Is. He is man
of the hot?] division of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emerg-
ency Fund.
Mr. Koretzky said Wedr.
that 100 persons or firms have
contributed $700 annual scholar-
ships tcwards the goal of 150 for
this year's dinner and dance. Per-
sons making scholarship donations
receive complimentary reservations
for the Scholarship Ball.
He noted that the Lehrman Day
School "serves the entire Jewish
community, with many students
coming from congregations other
than Temple Emanu-El. and some
from families not affiliated with
any synagogue."
Dr. Irving Lehrman (center) of Temple Emanu-El presents
the Alzmaut (Independence; Award to Ellison H. Kosofi (left
en bohalf of Siate of Israel Bonds. The occasion was c
"Night in Israel' celebration at Harbour House. Mr. Koson
is a member of the Nationcl Presidents Club of B'nai B'rith.
and a board member of Temple Emanu-El. Viewing the pres-
entation is Philip Kopitsky, Harbour House Israel Bond
chairman.
Histadrut Women Set April 11 Luncheon
The Women's Council of Hista-1 lac Hotel. A musical program U
drut, Marsha Wolfstein Chapter, i planned.
will hold its monthlv meeting' In charge of reservations ar
Mrs Morris Kogan. Mrs. Al K:r-
Wednesday, April 11 beginning \gon and M phllip Sahl pr33:.
with a noon luncheon at the Cadil-: dent.
B U R D
I 1ST E. 'i
DR. ISRAtl AtOWSHOWITZ
communal affairs. wi'J be guest
speaker at the Florida Friends of
Yeshiva Universitj Heritage din-
ner honoring Paul Benjamin.
Thursday, April 5. 6 p.m., at the
Fontainebleau Hotel.
Mr. Benjamin is to receive
* eshiva University highest ac-
colade for volunteer leadership,
the Heritage Award, in recognition
of "outstandii lership in be-
half of educational and humani-
tarian causes."
Dr. Mowshowitz was appointed
special advisor to the president
of Yeshiva University in March
of 1972. and has served since 1949
as spiritual leader of the Ilillcrest
Jewish Center in Flushing. N. Y.,
winch granted him life tenure in
1957.
Dr. Mowshowitz received a
bachelors degree from Yeshiva
College cad ordination from the
University-affiliated Rabbi Isaac
Elchanan Theological Seminary.
He holds master's and PhD de-
grees from Duke University, and
in 1966, was awarded an honorary-
Doctor of Humane Letters degree
by Yeshiva University.
Active in public affairs for
more than 35 years. Dr. Mowsho-
witz has circled the globe on
behalf of Zionist causes. Russian
Jewry, the National Conference
of Christians and Jews and the
New York Board of Rabbis, of
which he is a past president.
Plans for the community-wide
tribute are being coordinated by
chairman Leonard Zilbcrt: Charles
Fruchtman, honorary chairman;
Mrs. Sorrel R. Bollet, Harry H.
Frankel, Moses Hornstein, Jack
Leeb, Mrs. William Rauoher, and
Fred D. Hirt of the Jewish Home
for the Aged, will be guest
speaker Sunday morning, April
1, at Temple Beth El of Holly-
wood.
Spring Festival
At Beth Kodesh
Beth Kodesh Congregation will
hold its 28th annual spring festi-
val in the Seville Hotel, Sunday
evening April 8.
Dinner, dancing, music and en-
tertainment will bef eatured, and
the food at the banquet will be
kosher.
Henry S. Greenbaum is general
chairman of the festival. Max Sha-
piro is rabbi of the congregation.
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1VI a n 1 sc h e w i tz
Marble Cake Mix
Fruit Filled Mandel
Cranberry Sauce
Beef and Cabbage Soup
Tomato Mushroom Sauce
Jellied Fruit Slices
Beverages
Manischewitz Wine
Mogen David Wine
Kosher Pepsi Cota
Swee-Touch-Nee Tea Bags
Horov/itz Coffee
Dade County Dairy
Homo Milk
Cottage Cheese
Sour Cream
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Matzo Farfel
Passover Barley
Potato Pancake Mix
Spices
Egg Kichel
Concord Sauce
'-"ape Juice
. /Iothers
Borscht. Reg., Unsalted, Diet.
Old World Gefilte Fish, jar
White Fish and Pike in Gel.
Matzo Balls
King Sour Dressing
Techper's Sponge Cake Mix
G ood
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Square Matzos
Egg Matzos
Matzo Meal
Egg Kickel
Cocoanut Macaroons
Crocolate Macaroons
Honey Cake Mix (with pan)
Kok h oc Sons
Gefilte Fish
Matzo Ball and Chicken Soup
Kosher Soap
Products o{ Israel
Aeiv Matzos
Telma Mushroom Soup
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JWV Friendship Tea
Added To Activities
Department of Florida Ladies
Auxiliary president Mrs. Lillian
Schoen lists, in addition to visits
to the Veterans Hospital and in-
stallation of new slates of officers,
activities for local Dade and Brow-
ard auxiliaries will include at-
tendance at the Department's an-
nual friendship tea at 1 p.m.
Sunday, at the Balmoral Hotel.
The Department will honor Mrs.
Fran Levey as the recipient of the
"Good Citizenship Award."
Norman Bruce Brown 174: Will
have an "Awards Night" as part
of its regular business meeting on
Tuesday, at 8:15 p.m., at the
/i^vthian Hall. Seema Lefkowitz,
president, will preside.
West Miami 223: On Thursday,
at 8:15 p.m. a party for outgoing
president Mrs. Lester (Natalie)
Rosenberg will be hosted by past
auxiliary presidents. Trudi Stern,
Ruth Burman, Shirley Achtman.
Carol Gold. Charlotte Mittlcr.
Gladys In^ar. Lee Rubin. Frieda
Levine and Carol Marks, at the
home of Mrs. Stanley Gold. 8410
SW 38th St.
Murray Solomon 243: Will hold
its installation of 1973-74 officers
at the Zamora temple, Saturday
at 8 p.m. A regular business meet-
ing will be held Tuesday, at 8:15
p.m. with new president Evelyn
Loew presiding.
Miami Beach 330: Will hold a
regular business meeting on
Thursday. April 5, at the Amer-
ican Legion Hall on Alton Rd.
President Bessie Gibber will pre-
side.
SurfsideBay Harbor 723: On
Sunday, a t;ames party will be held
at the Hebrew Home of th^^g^d.
' Refreshments will be served and
i gifts given to the residents of the
nome by chairman Ruth Frank.
Colonel David Marcus: Will hold
a board meeting at the Financial
Federal, NW 183rd St. and 7th
| Ave. President is Florence Wrona.
South Dade 778: Auxiliary mem-
bers will visit the Homestead Air
I Force Base Hospital and serve re-
i freshments to patients on Thurs-
day. April 5th. On Wednesday,
this newly installed auxiliary will
attend naturalization ceremony at
Bayfront Park Auditorium. Pres-
' idcnt Leah Eisenman, and patriotic
; instructor and Americanism chair-
j man Evelyn Clein, will assist in
distributing material including
Department's pocket size identifi-
cation cards.
West Palm Beach 408: Will hold
its joint post and auxiliary instal-
lation on Sunday at the Holiday
Inn. It will be preceded by dinner
at 6:30 p.m. Incoming president
is Nettie Hanser and officers will
be installed by Department Pres-
ident Lillian Schoen.
Women Demos
Plan Luiieheon
The Adlai Stevenson Democratic
Women's Club will hold its annual
membership luncheon Saturday at
12:30 p.m. at the Algiers Hotel.
Guest speaker will be Marie An-
derson, cochairman, Governor's
Committee on Status of Women.
In charge of reservations are
Faye Leibowitz and Miss Svlvia
Stein.
Committee Of
Hunter Alums
Plans Meet
Marilyn Berliner, president pf
aX/the, .So;itliviapter pf
the Hunter College Alumni Assn..
, announced that an executive com-
| mittee will be held Saturday. April
j 7. at the home of past president
I Ethel Berman, 2424 Prairie Ave., j
| at 1:30 p.m.
Plans will be made for the chap-
ter's seventh installation and re-
union luncheon to be held at the
Algiers Hotel in Miami Beach
May 12.
Members of the executive com-
I mittee are, Ruth Frank, Edna
I Hirsch, Janice Rothlein. Blossom
1 Bakerman, Rose Leavy. Byrdie
; King, Emma Layman, Josephine
Damler, Frances Shores, Harriet
Adler. Shirley Knox, Shirley Karp
and Roz Manas.
Concurrent Functions
For Israel League
y With, th> launching of a $600,000 .
campaign to complete the National!
Rehabilitation and Vocational Resi-
dence Center in Nathanya, the |
Women's League for Israel will
have completed 45 years of serv
ice to young women immigrants
to Israel. The campaign will be
launched .at a luncheon to be held
in the Waldorf-Astoria April 11.
At the same time, a celebration
will take place April 11 at the Eden
Roc Hotel. The event will be spon-
sored by the Lincoln-Miami Chap-
ter of the Women's League for
Israel and Mrs. Shirley Nathanson
is chairman.
In the Miami Beach area, the
league is represented by three
chapters headed by Mrs. Louis
Apell, Roney Plaza. Mrs. Meyer
Resnick. Lincoln Miami Beach, and
Mrs. Delia Slater, Florida.
>
Swiss says cheese.
Swiss says fondue.
!k
Swiss Knight says delicious things imported from
Switzerland: 6 foil-wrapped wedges of plain or as-
sorted Gruyere Cheese, perfect for snacks, parties,
lunch boxes. And for en-
tertaining, Swiss Knight
Fondue in a classic recipe
of Gruyere and Emmental
cheeses, white wine and
Kirsch. Swiss Knight'
Cheese Swiss Knight-
Cheese Fondue. More than
that you cannot say.
Gerber Cheese Co., Inc., Stamford, Connecticut 06905
in honor of Passover.

Manischewitz^
FOR PASSOVER S^ll ..,41m0^P^0
ftlfctll under strict Rabbinical supervision. Certificate on request.
51 LB. PACK
For over thirty-five years, families
have been relying on Planters Oil
for all their Kosher cooking.
On Passover and all year through.
They like it because it's pure, light and
polyunsaturated. So the true taste
of the food comes through. Try ,
this traditional Passover recipe x
and see what we mean. Cook it with
Kosher and Pane Planters Oil.
And Happy Passover.
ORANGE HONEY CHICKEN
Makes 4-6 servings
1 (4-pound) chicken, cut in serving pieces
K'z orange
2 teaspoons ground ginger
Pinch salt
Vi cup Planters Peanut Oil
Va cup honey
Orange slices
Rub chicken pieces with half orange.
Sprinkle with 1 teaspoon ground ginger and
salt. Combine Planters Peanut Oil, honey
and remaining 1 teaspoon ginger. Arrange
chicken in baking dish and brush with
honey mixture.
Roast in moderate oven (350" F.) 1V4 to
2 hours, basting occasionally with the
honey mixture. Garnish with orange slices
before serving.
A Passover
Recipe
from the
Passover Oil
1
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Friday, March 20, 1973
Miami School Study Program In Israel
Among Highlights Of Institute's Programs
Cnla Israeli Wight
A gala Israeli niuhl be!
sponsored by the Shalvah iw
ter of Mi/radii Women S
April 7. 9 p.m at the
1 Academy. Mrs. Gail Go
dent, announced tl
, lights will include bra
music. ,
By Special Report
\cm [ F Director
Federations and Welfare Funds
! Is ued to th< CJF Board of Di-
NF.W \OHKA program whose 1 ,.,..,-Si (he report underscores de
omprehensivc m ipe relates to ,-eiopmer.ts and plans in five pri-
the total fabric of .Jewish life, and .naiv areas 0f concern: famil) life,
i. designed to enhance the qua!-4 media, education, leadership and
. if life for Jews in America. -ommunal organization, and Israel
- detailed in a report covering ,. a resource
the first six months of operations |nci|.(, ,,,., divers
.1 the institute for Jewish Life, aj reacW l0 ., a,(.
on ol the Council ,.1 Jewish brackets, from school age. through
college youth, to older adults, in-
llltlitil T, |{('Uliett volvin6 communities of all sizes,
are b< ing assisted or are under
levelopment by the Institute in
ihe United States. Canada and
Ju lith r Bennetl has been ap Israel
"'' ',; ""' ng to Hymar, Safran
yo.untecr Action ,,,,,, ,,. ,,:., B.m,
;: "' : > '"si ind ... fess01 1 k jj k, mstj
: '; ': :" l"':"; each projeel has
d professional unit director. .,., seftcted m iu il!novaIlv,,.
Volunteer Action Cenl 1 "fss, EKS"?3'
.0 strengthen Jewish identity, the
I private citi prercquisit of any Institute
whah created or supported project.
community. During its I si six months, the
year, VAC put $3,800,000 Institute, "recognizing the wide
h of v lunteet time to wo 1 Ul", '""i": Ue |N thc
cure ul Jewish life and -that
I ade County. has been erosion in
VAC's ctor is a grad- ''''' 'cwuhnesa 1 Jewish
ol 1 i Univ, itj and the JS!*,*^ IJ,::" ,a? gi ,""'
. ., ontj to projectj involvuie the Jew-
Institute ol Notre ^ family
. 0 attended the institute projects whose focus
.'aim
Miss Benni It is already begin-
Ihe planning and implemen-
I 1 v. i which will supply
01 volunteers to four newlv
T\
Wholesale Distributors of
is in the home include pilot pro-
grams to help families (I, \, op
ngful Sabbath and other
holiday observances
One such project involves spe-
cially trained colli ge students in
lentified at as of volunteer need. }nc Bal;,;l1";': visiting Jewish
_____ I 'homes for this purpose
Another, in conjunction with
P'nai B'nth. pairs families having
rich Jewish home experiences with
those seeking similar, experiences.
Other projects include provision
of materials to augment these ac-
tivities.
Additionally, thc Institute has
been working with Jewish family
service agencies, community cen-
ters and other Jewish agencies, to '
develop programs that build "the
Jewlshneu of sound Jewish family
life." Communities such as Mon-
treal and Los Angeles had already
' begun experimental projects. |
The Institute brought together
this month synagogue groups,
major Jewish organizations. Fed-
erations, community centers and
camps and others for a two-day
seminar devoted to Jewish family
experiences in camps and other
settings. Pilot and staff training
programs have been formulated,
and others are currently being de-
signed for community experi-
ments.
One of the prime undertakings
of the Institute in its initial work
has been exploration into the cre-
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out walls As envision* d. the uni
versify would make Jewish learn
ing available to every adult Jew
with each learning program
tailored to the individual in time
and arrangement.
A number of projects, the re-
port notes, which focus on up-
grading various aspects of Jewish
education, have been instituted.
including: a unhvr-ity based Jew-
ish teacher training program in
Montreal: an -open classroom" in
Poughkeepsie, N. V ; a fully ac
credited program of studies m
Israel for Miami public school
stu lents; a n sidi ntial pro ;ram of
sei'vici toi pubdc high
0, and
others.
Of special concern to the Insti-
tute is the development of .1 phot
ram to recruit and train out-
ling professional pet
for executive, supervisory' and ad-
ministrative positions in thi I
i3ii educational field,
The report. 1 the In 1
tute's recognition of thc i
tance of the media both in its< 1
and as an adjunct to man) ol its
oilier undertakings li>]- a num
ber of projects underway, und< r
design and in the exploration
stage.
The Institute has been pa
pating with the CJF Subcommittee
on Community Newspapers in the
development of a national news-
paper supplement of outstanding
quality for periodic insertion in
local American-Jewish newspapers
with a combined circulation initi-
ally of more than 200.000.
A project is being formulated to
bring outstanding individuals
writers, scholars and others into
communities and homes through
the use of various media.
The report stresses the Insti-
tute's exploration of the many
uses of the most advanced media
tor Jewisii educational and com
munication purposes, as well as
ihe design of a Media Center or
Centers that would compile infor-
mation on all available resources,
make them available to communi
ties and offer training in the ef-
fective use of the new communi
cations tools.
To hi Ip dei ; 1 n the Jewish tin- ,
1 standing ol Jewish leaders, the
Institute has been developing
number of projects Among them
is joint CJF-l.J-1 sponsorship of
a three-phast seminar for a group
ol foremost community leaders
which will provide: a weekeno
seminar in mid-May, a study 1
im in Israel 111 July, and a
r weeki nd in the I.ill
Esquire* to Knight*
The next r 'gular mcc ii of the
George Gershwin 1 odgi
of Pythias 1%. will be hi Id Mon-
day. 7:30 p.m. at the Surfs d< Com-
munity < enter Ten "( q : .. ||
be inducted into the k n"
knight" to be the "I
'lass." Collation and oc
follow.
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and salads, or oat it i ight out of the can (delicious
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Mother's margarines...soft or bar regular or UNSALTED! i.
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C


Friday. March 30, 1973
* Jewish HqtMRm?
Paqe 5-3
Kneseth Israel Plans
Israel Bond Dinner
Larry Little To Receive B.B. Award
A record turnout was predicted
al a host meeting Sunday for the
Kneseth Israel Dinner of State, to
be held April 9 at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel.
The gala dinner-dance, which
\ill honor Cantor Abraham Seii
and celebrate Israel s 25th anni-
-ir. ary. is sponsored by the
Greater Miami Israel Bond Or-
ganization.
Dinner chairman is Oscar B
Social (lonlal)
On April 8 At
Temple Israel
An inter-temple conference on
social action will convene Sunday.'
Vpiil 8. at Temple Israel at 10
.i m. Dade County Commissioner
Harvey Ruvin will speak on poor
people and their needs in this
area
Other topics to be covered in the
informal conference are needs for)
the financing of education, drug
problems among young people,
farm and migrant workers and the
mobilization of congregations for
the support of Soviet Jews.
Speakers include, in addition to
Mr. Rubin. Mrs. Robbie .laffe. co-
ordinator for South Florida for the
United Farm Workers. Mrs. Adele
Sandburg and Mrs. Clifford New-
mark. Chairing the conference
will be Mrs. Maurice Serotta. mem-
ber of the national commission on
social action of the Cnion of Amer-
ican Hebrew Congregations.
Ail Auction Aids
Yeshiva School
An ait exhibit anil auction wi
he held at the Americana Hotel
for the benefit of the Yeshiva Day
Schoil of North Miami Beach. On
Saturday, "The Collectors Art Gal-
lery" will exhibit works of world
famous artiste. Viewing begins at
7:30 pin.; auction at 9 p.m.
[rwin Stern, director of the al
lery has selected the lisi of some
iten s to be auctioned.
Included will be some of Sandu
Libi rmans, "In a Face You Find
Evi collection, and Amer-
ican Sonny Weinlraub. who set-
tle,! in Israel in 1048. and matured
into "lie of the meal t artists on
'in international scene.
Sisterhood Sabbath At
Beth El Friday Evening
Sisterhood Sabbath at Temple
Belli Fl on Friday evening will
be conducted by the following
members of the Sisterhood execu-
tive board:
Mrs. Eleanor Perkins, executive
\:cv president; Mrs. Lewis C'ohn
vice president, program: Mrs. Rob-
on Wj nun. vice president, mem-
bership: Mrs. Melvin Freedman.
vice president, ways and means.
Mrs. Milton Jacobs, president,
Mrs. Harold Firestone. Mrs. Mor-
ton Abram, past presidents, will
participate in a panel discussion:
"What Role Do Our Women
Really Want In The Temple and
The J"wish Community?"
Mrs. Jacobs will bless the Sab-
bath tapers. The Oneg Shabbat and
flowers will be sponsored by the
Sisierhood.
Schapiro and co-chairman is Joseph
'Ioffenberg. Under tin- leadership
if Rabbi David Lehrfield. Kneseth
Israel has been a stalwart in the
ole that American congregations
(lay in the Israel Bond effort to
levclop Israel's conomy and pro-
vide jobs for tin thousands of new
immigrants each year.
Attending the host meeting
Hunch were Abe Fisenstein.
chairman of the corps of hosts,
ind David Rothman, ho>ts co-
chairman; vice chairmen of the
iiiiner: Louis Abrams, Jack Hor-
.vitz, Maurice Kusnitz, Jacob R.
Uodansky. Morris Schacter. anil
Benjamin Weinberg.
Cantor Seif, who will receive
he Atzmaut (independence <
uvard al Hie dinner, has lived in
Miami Beach with ;,;> wife, Edith, {
ind their five children since 1950,
le lias been associated with
Kneseth Israel for the entire
period.
Reservations lor Hie dinner ai'2
available by contacting the Israel
Bond office.
Larry Little of the Miami Dol-
phins v\ill re.i c ihe first annual
Humanitarian Award presented by
Ihe Sports Lodge. B nai B'rith.
The award, in recognition of
Larry's work in behalf of under-
privileged and handicapped youth,
will be presented to him at the
lodge's < p m. charter installation
banquet at the Carillon Hotel.
Sunday Larry is the founder of
the Larry Little Gold Coast Sum-
mer Camp.
Herb Aronson. business devel-
opment officer of the First Fed-1 recording secretary: Lain-; vvic
era] Saving, & Loan of Miami, corresponding siCretan and A
will be installed as president. ..,..:,
Lou Gottlieb, Barry Gurland, Sj S*inm*n; ^euunr. Col
Howard and Les Wiesen, vice ""''" """ '"' mst*lled as
presidents; Aaron Heller, finan- orary president and Leo Sti
lial secretary: lay Wasseimar}, as honorary vice presidi
.

National Airlines Honored sales, at its annual dinner in
The Travel Division of the Fed- Yoik Ci,-V Msrcn -7 l'"'"1 k *"
eration of Jewish Philanthropies recognized for leadership in
will honor .1. Dan Brock. National tional's effort lo support ilu
Airlines' vice president traffic and ^ration's programs"
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When you want the best.
Manischewitz
FOR PASSOVER .
Produced under strict Rabbinical supervision. Certificate on request.
i Mill I Director Speaker
The national director of Wom-
en's Auxiliaries from the Chil-
dren's Asthma Research Institute
and Hospital in Denver will speak I
to the Lorber Chapter in Miami
at the next meeting. Harold Sam-
uels will bring members up to date
on the latest developments at the
home Tuesday, April 10 at the
Sweden House Restaurant on S.
Dixie Hwy.
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burns removfd, upholstery repaired.
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Your matzo
never had it
Breakstone
When you sit down to enjoy a crisp matzo,
it's nice to knnw that Breakstone won't
) break up a good thing.
So this Passover, butter your matzo,
cottage-cheese it, slather it with sour cream, or
make it more tempting with Temp-Tee
whipped cream cheese.
Then, go right on spreading Breakstone
throughout the year. (Not to ment;on mixing.
scooping and dipping.)
Kosher for Passover: ,ornia
Sl>, ny Soft Curd Cottape Cheese.
Pot Style Cotl <-', Farmei 'emp-Tee
Whipped Cream Cheese. Sour Cream. Swet! Whipped &
Sweet Print Butter. Certified by Rabbi Jacob Cohen,
Spring Valley, N.Y.
I


Pagefr*
'JewistiJhHc/ian
Friday, March 30, 1973
t^fisB
Mrs. Lusterman Speaker
At Hadassah Brunch
Mrs. Morris Herman, president. I The following events are sched-
announces the Miami Chapter of aled for Hadassah group meetings
Hadassah will host a brunch on 'hroughout Miami.
Migdol chapter will hold its
general meeting April 2 at the
Buckiey Towers Auditorium; it
will feature a skit on the value |
of a Hadassah Woman. On April '
12. the group will hold a member'
bring ;i member luncheon in the
auditorium. Speaker will be the
chapter membership chairman.
.Mrs. Jack Cohen and education
v],o president. Mrs. Ceillc Ferster
will give a reading of stories by
Sholem Aleichem.
.lit. .scopus announces its annual
auction and bazaar will lake place
M mday, ;it noon at the First Fed-
eral on Cora] Way. Mrs. Louis
Ale Nii.". !. r is chairman.
Avivafa .,>! Jules Minkes announce s a meet
in: on April 2. 10 a.m.. at the
oi .Mis. L'crnard Fow. It will ,
feature Mrs. Dorothy Rutchik.
liami psychiatric social worker,
ivil] speak on "You and Your '
iiilci How to Maximize Parent-
lii'tt .; ati mships with Children
A Ail Ages." Brunch will be
> r, cd.
[ma Hadassah members arc
, ;.ci.w"j ;. 1 istimoi ial luncheon
.'or president Mrs. Samuel Lewy,
Wednesday, April 11. at tlic
.-iarbor House Restaurant at noon.
Kadimah will hold a general
n.eeting April 2 at noon, in the
auditorium at Sky Lake Gardens
President -Mrs. Herman Kiske
.vill conduct the meeting. Elec
Reinhards, Drescher Dedicate
Vehicles To Red Magen David
Dedication ceremonies for two long Zionist leader. Mr. Saxc is a
major contributions to the Amer- { former national executive of ORT
ican Red Magen David for Israel and works closely with the Magen
! David Adorn in Israel planning
I expansion of the agency's pro-
grams and facilities there.
over the first bkxxlmobile dedi-
cated in Miami Beach, adding ic
two ambulances they and their
family previously donated to the
Magen David Adorn.
He is the state chairman of the
Others on the program will in- American Red Magen David for
elude Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, j Israel, and has spearheaded ue
principal of the Hebrew Academy | funr| raising drives which i
of which Mr. Rcinhard is senior: sent 32 ambulances from South
Florida Jewry to Israel
Six-Day War.
vice president.
Mr. Drescher, a member of the
national hoard of direct, rs of the
American Rd Magen David, is a
real estate investor \ ho has been
. in the ( nization ^\ more
than .. d< ca le. He has been a
ous sit] i.....t< r of I 1
zation and I .- aid
Mr, and M < Re inhard will turn
The Reinhards have been
erous benefacti rs of the 1
Academy ani num.. Torah
Judaism zations .
United States and 1st
, Becky, is a ficer of I
' Ac ad : ft'0 !< :. .,::, also .- j
the Americi 1
Dai id,
mrs. tmtutt wsruHum
:ialf of the Hadassah Medical
ranization, Sunday, at 11:30
a.m. at tht Eden Roc Hotel. Guests
will be contributors 01" special
1 uipmenf tor the Hadassah Hos-
pital in Jerusalem, Israel.
Mrs, Edward Lusterman. vice ,
president cf the national board I
and fund raising chairman for the
Hada.-sah Medical Organization,
ivill be guest speaker.
Mrs. Lusterman has served as
national vice president. United *
Nations Liaison, national Youth j .
Aliyah chairman, national Amer- :
kan affairs chairman, and is a
member of the national Zionist
iffairs committee. Presently, she
is a member of the board of
directors of the American Zionist
Federation. She is a graduate of
the St. Lawrence School oi Law,
and was admitted to the Bar in
New York.
Barbara lienis Mow
Mrs. Allan Maxwell
Mr. and Mrs. Norton Benis, 16198
NE 9th Ct, North Miami Beach
announce the marriage of their
daughter. Barbara Pauline, to Al-
j Ian Maxwell. Sunday, March 25 at
; Tei.iple Israel of Greater Miami.
Mrs. Frank Fierson is chairman ; The young couple, both of whom
of big gifts. Mrs. Arthur Gross- j are graduates of Florida Atlantic
man and Mrs. Morton Silverman j University, plan to live in Boca
are special gifts chairmen. Raton.
AN INVITATION & A PROMISE!
Enjoy our special
TABLE dHOTE DENSER
Mondays through Thursdays
It unit be a memorable experience in dining
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Reinhard
.vill be held Sunday morning a'
10:30 a.m. at the Greater Miami
Hebrew Academy in Miami Beach,
Mi. and Mrs. Samuel Reinhard
vill dedicate a bloodmobile to the
people of Israel through that
country's Red Cross service. Sol
Drescher, also of Miami Beach, will
urn over the keys to a 1973
Mobile Cardiac Rescue Unit, one of
he mosl modern units in the Red
Magen David vehicular fleet.
Ben Saxe of New York, national
executive director of the American
Tied Magen David for Israel, will
be the principal speaker at the
ceremonies, which are free and
ipen to tiie general public. A life-
Al Roth (leftl Jewish Chautauqua Society chairman of Tem-
ple Emanu-El and national board member, presents Nor-
man Stein (center' JCS chairman of Temple Beth El Brother-
hood, Hollywood, with a gold pin award. Brotherhood presi-
dent Irving Green, looks on.
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Friday. March 30. 1973
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Chanukat Habayit Set
For Hebrew Academy
hayit April 8 at its new Merwitzer i tk i u
Building to dedicate the Olga and L]oT^e.c e a,.T Wl" "Wrk the
Margaret Weishaus High School for ^l,^^m f
ling and biulding tne Mer-
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Girls and the Reinhard family cor-
nerstone of the building.
witzer Building.
Named in honor cf the late Louis
Rebecca Merwitzer and their
Meeting Topic,
Self Protection
For Women
Victory Unit of the Woman's
Corps of the Papanicolaou Cancer
Research Institute will hold its
regular meeting on April 2, at
10:30 a.m. at the Washington Fed-
eral. 699 NE 167th St. Election
of officers is on the agenda.
Double Engagement
In Goldstein Family
Mr. and Mrs. Yehuda Rohald of | after which the couple will travel
Tel Aviv, Israel, announce the en- to the United States for their
and
family, the five-story building is
one o[ the most modern education-
al facilities in the American Jew-
ish community, Rabbi Gross said.
Shriners Circus
Open To Kids
On April I!
Irving Firtel. president of the
Hebrew Academy, and B. I. Binder,
chairman of the board, said the
( hanukat Habayit ceremonies will
begin at 10:15 a.m.. with the pro-
gram free and open to the general
community,
Joseph Weishaus. patron of the
girl's high school, will participate
in the dedication. The Merwitzer
ling also will house all junior
i .' si ho l activities of the Souths
. Hebrew day school, accord-
ibbi Alexander s. Gross,
i incipal.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Reinhard.
I idi r of the Hebrew Academy,
ate a cornerstone for the
new building in behalf of theii en-
family. Mr Reinhard is senior
vice president of the .Miami Beach
school and a naiional leader for
Israeli and Torah Judaism causes. The circus, produced by ai
Oscar Schapiro. chairman of the Karl Wallenda, will open for a
< (ecutive committee, said all of-, five-day stay in Miami on \V i
ficers. directors and trustees of the day. April 11, and will run
Hohrow \<-:.ri<.mv arp exoected to '>-.,. h Sundav, April 15.
Detective Pat
speak on "Self
Women."
Leonard
Protection
will
for
Other events planned by the
unit for the coming month include
a dinner and show at the Carillon
Hotel on Sunday, April 15. and
Jai -Mai on Wednesday. April 2=5.
gagement of their daughter, Hagit,
to David Goldstein, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Norman H. Goldstein of
N. Miami Beach.
David is presently a student at
tne University of Tel Aviv, and
Hagit is fulfilling her military
service obligations as a Corporal
in the Israeli Army.
The wedding is planned for July
10. at the Dan (armel in Haifa.
honeymoon, and to attend the wed
ding of David's sister, Sherri.
Mr. Goldstein and his bride plan
to make their home in Israel.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman H. Gold
stein of N. Miami Beach, announce
the engagement of their daughter
Sherri. to Richard S. Levy, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Levy, also
of N. Miami Beach.
The. wedding is planned for
July 15.
Tavior
Mahi Shrine
Temoio
for kids who n
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norm. i r get 1
The> irj,
Saturdi morning '". I 14. v i
the :-
circus, "the circus
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half hour performance foi I
The sweetest part of the Seder.
red :e.' i-c'cr strict F?b'r;nica! supervision. Certificate on request.
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PASSOVER CANDIES AND CAKES
Barton's Passover selection of chocolate and
baked specialties bring delicious and
festive accents to your holiday entertaining
and gift-giving. JM's enticing selection
includes:
A. Passover Bartonettes, 1 pound box, 2.75
B. Seder Mints, 9 ounces Parve, 1.79
C. Egg Kichelach, 6 ounces Parve, 1.49
D. Mandel Brodt, 8 ounces Parve, 1 59
E. Almond Kisses, 1 pound can, 2.89
CANDIES, at all jm stores except pompano
It's to your credit to say "charge it'' at jm
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Friday, March 30. 1973
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Anno Bre/'f
David Goldman Jeffrey Herman
Dean Krasner
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Abraham Topp
Sleven Smith
DEAN KRASNER
Dean S. Krasner, son of Gail
Ljnrte Krasner and Da\ id S. Kras-
n r will be Bar Mitzvah, Satur ay,
March 31 at Congregation B'nai
KaphacL
Dean is tile grandson of Mr. and
.Mrs. .Morris Apner, and great-.at Temple Emanu-Eli
grandson of Simon B. Green.
Ilu celebrant will be honored
al ii reception a' the Algiers Hotel
I School His hobbies are tennis and
' poetry.
i Steven's grandparents, Mrs
i 3etty Rose and Mr. and Mrs. Mil
.on Smith will attend the event.
The celebrant will be hon ired
ith a reception al the Eden Roe
Hotel.
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DAVID GOLDMAN
David Adam Goldman will cele-
Hide his Bar Mit/vah during Sal
irday morning services at Temple
)r Olom on March 31.
The celebrant is the son of Mrs,
Elaine Goldman. 1901 S\V 03th Ct .
I md Leonard Goldman of Kenne
bunk, Me. His grandparents are
,li- and Mrs. Edward Gordon and
' ,lr. and Mrs. Maurice Goldman.
David is in the seventh grade
t Rockway Junior High School.
a plays Hie trumpet and baseball.
ROBERT GRUBER
On Saturday morninig. March
II, al lempie Ner Tamid, Robert
David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Loui>
fruber of Surfside, will be Bai
lit/v ah.
Robert is a student at Nautilus
unior High School and Ner
l'amid Religious School. He is in
erested in photography, tennis
md wrestling.
A Kiddush will folow the serv-
ces, and a reception in Robert's
honor will be held on Saturday
vening, at the Seville Hotel.
Guests will include the celeb
ant's grandfather, Isidore Lieb
i me of Sarasota.
Herman and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Click.
ii til til
STEVEN SMITH
Steven Joel, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Martin Smith, will become Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday. March 31. SCORE Meeting St't
A one-day conference sponsored
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ANNA BREJT
Anna, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Brejt, and granddaughter of
ui Mrs. Peretz Meer, will be
vah on Friday night a;
Temple Beth Raphael
Anna is a seventh grade student
at te lu brew A ademy. She en-
di ing, sport s, chess and
piano playing.
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LYNDA COHEN
l.\ "da Sue, ilau liter of Mr. and
Mrs Jack Cohen, 1435 sn 86th
Ct will observe 1; i Bal Mitzvah
i idaj evening during services
..' ; i mpli Or Olom.
Trie celebrant's I rnal grand-
er is Mrs r .' .
i Mrs
Bodncr.
I.' nda is in I li
. Hi bn v md is a
ber of the Ju rachi,
ABRAHAM TOPP
Abraham ol Mr. and Mrs.
Manuel Topp, will become a Bar
-Mitzvah Saturday morning, March
31. i i norah
a iraham i- a seventh grade stu-
dent at Nautilus Junior High
School.
lr honor of the occasion; Abra-
ham will i)!' vacationing in Israel
this summer.
Following services there will be
a Kiddush at Temple Menorah, and
Saturday evening the celebrant
will be honored with a reception
and dinner at the Famous Restau-
rant.
Steven is a student of the after
noon Religious School of Temple
Emanu-EI and a seventh grade
-Indent at Nautilus Junior High
by the Service Corps of Retired
Executives (SCORE) is scheduled
for Tuesday. April 10 in room 208
of the Federal Bidg.. 51 SW 1st
Ave starting at 8:30 a.m.
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Total Plane and Bus Trip Is Four Hours.
Campers are 5-16 Camper Waiter & CIT Programs Boys &. Girls 16 and
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JEFFREY HERMAN
Jeffrey Martin, son of Mr. and I
Mrs Harlan Herman, will obsei'V '
his Bar Mitzvah during Saturday i
morning services at Beth Toraii
Congregation on March 31.
The celebrant is on the honor
roll at the Hebrew Academy where
he is in the seventh grade.
Mr, and Mrs. Herman will honor
their son at the Kiddush following
the ceremony.
Among guests Will be Jeffrey's
grai dparents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert
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Attending a recent champagne reception held al the home
of Dr. and Mrs. Seymour Alterman for the Chaim Sheba
Medical Hospital, sister hospital of Mount Sinai Medical
Center (left to right) are Dr. Arkadi Rywlin, director cf pa-
thology Mount Sinai, and member of the Chaim Sheba
Medical Hospital committee; Dr. Mordecai Shani, director
of the Chaim Sheba Medical Hospital in Israel; Dr. Aaron
Manny, assistant director cf the hospital, and Abel Holts,
Dade County chairman, Friends of Chaim Sheba. Other
members of the committee are Dr Alterman, Rabbi Irving
Lehrmcn of Temple Emanu-El. and Sam Gertner. executive
directoi. Mount Sinci.
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ISRAEL ?
WHAT DO YOU
KNOW ABOUT
A forty week quiz, marking the 25th anniversary
celebration of the birth of Israel, has been pre-
pared for this and other member papers of the
Arttertcafr Jewish Press AssoClatldn by the Depart-
ment of Education and Culture of the American
Section of the World Zionist Organization.
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QUIZ TWENTY TWO
! A"'. King Solomon, there were two kingdoms in ancient
them.
a as another name for Palestine in ancient times?
3 VV'h; Cyrus the Great associated with the return to Zion
in an <-.'
4 the three Ingest expenditure items in Israel's
natioi set?
HMO?
ti I Israel have a national social insurance program?
'" has pior n converting sail watci tor irriga-
tion ; What is the process?
8 MalbenV
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 72.268-Acts of 1972
File No. 73 A 13
(Chapter 197 (FSi 1972 Supplement
to Florida Statutes 1971)
NOTICE IS HEREBY C1IVKN thai
Ronald I. Huron, Ti u .......f
Count) Tax Sale, Certificate No Y,:.\
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(Chapter 19' (FSi 19/2 Supplement
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NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKltKlll GIVEN that
the uii-l'i mi.'I. deKirlna to enaraKe In
IiusIupkh under 111 fi BOVAI.K ENTEIU'BISKM al Dadi
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DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROliATE
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Lwifstream Park
Things will really be jumping
lor the wild animal race on
Tlorida Derby Day at Gulfsticam
'ark Saturday, March 31.
The unusual animal race has
iecome an eagerly-awaited special
ittraction and this year the
feature" will be a race of Wild
)rchid A-nulads. The unusual
>recd from North Africa has been
grounded up by Johnny Rivers,
[owner of Golden Horse Ranch in
[Camdenton. Mo., who supplies the
unusual entriet for the unique
Florida Derby Day wild animal
race.
LtGAL NOTICt
IN THE 11TH CIRCUIT COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 7S-7411
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: Tin marriage of
JEANNE DA VIES,
Wife,
and
PHILIP fl A DAVIE8.
Husband,
YOU. PHILIP Q. A. DAV1BS. i.-i-
d.'ii.'i- unknown, am reuuir.-d t< file
your answer to the petition for disso-
lution of marrlaxe ith the Clerk o(
the above Court anil mtv. a copy
(hereof upon li.riiian Cohen, Ban,,
lsio-ii Ci.imr.-ss Bid*;., .Miami. Florida,
n or befora April Hi). Ili.ii. ..r el*e
petition will l......infeaaed.
I>alud: Mar. tt, 1!"T:(
III.'hard P. Hrinker
Clerk. Circuit Curl
By C. P COPEt-AND
Deputy Clerk
3/30 4.'ti-i:i-J
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-1874
h> RE: Extate .!
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del enaed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC'AL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NO. 73-814
J. GWYNN PARKER
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I to the Circuit Judn..-- of Dade County.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav- '""' '!<-- '!>< aaine in duplicate and as
liiK Claims or Demand* Attains! Said Provided in Beeilon iU.ll, Floridn
lji Vou are hereby notified and required. c"Mrth"S< NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS ii KEBY tllVKN that
il,.- undersiein d (l slrlna In i J
hualiifss und. i Ihi I .i::i..u- mi.....'
A AABBOTT CI.EANINO SKIi\ II .
In* Clulmr or DamaixDi AKainal Said n| iss \orth Plaxa. Room 12, North-
to present any claims ami demands
which you may have njtainai the es-
tate of NANCY RICHARDSON de-
ceased late "f Pad, County, Florida.|
in the Circuit Judges of Dade County.
and file ih.. same iii duplicate and as
provided in Section M3.1*. Florida
Statute* In ih.-ir offices In the Counts I
i ourihouse in Dade County. Florida.)
wilhin six calendar months from the
i iin. of the first publication hereof, or|
ih-- same will be barred
Fil.d at Miami. Florida, this
.lav of March. All I97S
JACK LOW
As Executor
First pubUcatlon of this notii-i
the ::e dav of March. I7.
T1H "MAS J. M.f'.iiVKBN
Aitorn.r for Executor
:n.;7 E i 'ommerclal Blvil
Fi. Lauderdaie. Florida
:: ::n 1 B-iJ-j
within six .-al.'ii.lar month* from ih
ttme of the first publication hereof
or the same will he barred.
Dated al Miami. Florida this ;
dus of March, A D, 1973
SABA JANE IIIBSi lli:i:i:i:
inn TCIuks Point Drive
Miami Beach, Florida
A* AtlpiiiuM i' ; I-- \
First uUVUratlon of ihis no[lce on
Ih. !: dav nf March. 1973.
AI.VI.V 8. CAWN. KSQ.
Aitorn.-vtor Amnlnlstr.ilrls
loll BlM'aync Tower Bulldinc
Miami. n.n-Ida SSI3!
fl tR-::;-.in 4 n
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 73-1816
JOHN R. BLANTON
lii RE: Batata of
MARY BFI.I.KR
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing; lainis or Demands Anainsl Said
Aoudadi are often prompted to
leap from a landing position up
to nine feet in the air. with or
without added burdens, such as
the Bedouin riders who will be
aboard or. March 31. The Aoudads
weigh an average of from 300 to
350 pound, and are capable ol' K^:,r,.,.,,,. jfi,. ,lIltI .,.
carrying a' least more than nail oi t0 preseni any claims and demand
their Weiffht Which you may hav.- acainsl the es-
Posl tit- for the Aoudad dash
is 12:15.
'Walking TalP Op*ns
New films opening Fridav at
Wometco Theaters are "Walking
Tall" at die Miami and 163rd St-
and "The Discreel Charm of the
Bourgeoisie" at the Mayfair.
Among holdovers are "Sleuth" at
the Carib; Lost Horizon" at the
Miracle, and "Cesar and Rosalie"
iii the Pal ind Byron.
UGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
'he und. I'sium-ii. deslrlnsj to entraa
business under ih.- fictitious name of
RAIM.J. SANTIAGO* ASSOCIATES
1S F. lull Street, II i.il. ah. I'la in-1
tend* to i. sister Hid name with the!
i'I'l'. of the Circuit fourl ol I i.i.l. |
County, Florida.
RAUL .1 SANTI \i:n
IJ-30 I 6-1J
I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEX thai I
1 ih.* undersigned, desliina lo in i*. In
business under ihe fictitious nami of
ITI ANTIC WOODWORKS Hi SMI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Or THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 71-24*28
NOTICE TO APPEAR
i BY PUBLICATION
MILDRED STRAl'CH,
Plaintiff
VS.
MAS. iN Mi'Sl.r.Y. a sillffle man.
Defeniluiil
TO: MASON MOSLICY, ,i shiRle man
i Resldeaoe unknown)
and
i......i .mary hku.ku deceased late
of Dade County, Florida, to the Cir-
cuit Judge* of Pad.- County, and file
ih.- -ain.' In duplicate and as provided
in H >'."i 7:::: lii. Florida Statutes. In
Ihi ii offices In Ihe County Courthouse
in Pade County, Florida within six
i-nlendnr months from the time of
ih.- first publication hereof, or the
a in ii iii he barred
Dated nl Miami. Florida, this 28th
iln> oi March. A.D. 1973
BSTELLE WEINER
As Executrix
First nut.Ii.-alion of this notice on
iii, :;.i dm of March. W7S
OROVKH WEINSTEIN ,v STAl'BEII
P A
i:\ : sher\i in Stauher
v i oi in \ for Estsi'. ot Mary Beller
::... I in. ..in Road, Miami Beach
Florida
:: :ai t i.-1.1 2fl
N.W. mini Street, Miami. FIs ;' '' '~' i: i.-li and all unknown persons, par-
in reaister said nnmi with tn< '. ru "i, ,(l s ., oXandantH who claim by.
the Circuit Court ol Dade County.) thrown, under or attains! the afor*
Florida. ....... s.ni,| MASON M<"Sl.i:Y. a single man
MANTEL PORTO whether as apouae*. heirs, devisees
., ^ii i 6-13 irrajitees, nsKiirnees lienors. creditor*,
trustees or otnerwlse, as to each and
all of whom residence ia unknown.
and
Each and all unknown person*, par-
ties and defendafit*. as to each and
all of whom residence i- unknown
having or claiming In have any right.I
title or Interest In or lo the followln
Hide Shopping CentT. Miami. Fla, In-
tends lo register said name with
Clerk of the 'Ir.uii Court ol Paila
County Florida
DAVID ALLEN
:: :'.:-^" I *-U
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
Case No. 73-6415
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN |{K: PETITION OP
KPWAIIP WALKER. Husl.and
of (JENUYA WALKER.
T<(: EVERETT L. ALLEN
l(. sidetn-e I'likiwwn .
SOU are hereby notified that reti-
tumer* have filed a petlUotl in the
above styled Ooart for ih. adoptlonoi
th. minor child ROBNE3 ALLEN,
and torn are rcuir-l to show cause
why the same should i't In- granted.
by serving a copy of yotjr written de-
fanses, if any. upon AIJ.HKH l>.
i:ii:i.i.\. Aiuiitny for PetlUonera, i
Wst Flagl.r Street, ill Blscayn;
HulMing. Miami, Florid* tMI*. *"
l.v filliiK tm original thereof with tha
Clerk of the above *tyU-d -ioirt on or
before Ihc S3 day of April. 1. othar.
wlsi a decree may he entered again*!
vim granting iid adnntion.
' WITNESS mv hand and seal of wud
Court at Miami. Florida, this ir. day
"( MB"rVhARD P. IWLNKER
< I.F.UK. I'lititlT COI IIT
iu : C. P. COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
:: _:;-::o 1 '.-1*
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW ,_ ,
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN lhai
ih, uiui. ralgi lei Iring lo em
husinoss undei 'h. fictitious nami of
LE.V REALTY al 850 All Baoa Ave-
nut. Opa l Fla. Intends lo reg-
1st. i Raid i Ith the Clerk "' th'
Ciri-uit Ci ui' : >ade County, r lorlaa
L490NA .: PBCHENIIv
;t,y-lo-:-
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 72-268-Acts of 1972
File No 73 A 11
(Chapter 197 (FSI 1972 Supplement
to Florida Statutes 1971)
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
Ronald l. Bar..... Trustee holder of | described properly, which i- the suh
County Tax Sale Certificate No 77::. i. i matter the abovi styled rauaa
IgMUed iln 1*1 day ol June, A.D. 1970, vl:
Has :'il. il sume in tin '
hi Collector's
office! and has made application for
. tax deed to l issued thereon. Said
Certificate embrace* the following rte-
., rlbi 'I properts In ih. County ol
Dade, State of Florida, lo-wll:
i: ii ol \\ 330 ii of n'1 -
NE^-SE'j-NEU-Les* \ 2S ft
ana Lot I Block 12. Truman City
r k. Section ::i Towi
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 73-6390
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage nf
1.11.1.[AM A. PEREZ, Wife
and
RAMON PEREZ, llu-i.aiid
I-, KAMI >N PEKEK
iladison \y enui
Elixaln Ih. "x. > '' rseJ __
TOP ARE HEREBY NOT
that an action for Dissolution of M
, pen filed against .>:>
n cop;
I oi I. Rlncli III, i:i'\.'lli: PARK,
rllnc io (In pint :'i '."I nn
recorded n Plat Brol ul Page
. nf Ihe Public R.....rdi nf Dade
Countv. Florid*
YOr. AND BACH OF VOI*. ar.
hen In i "i ifli 'i lhai n Comnlninl hn
i..... filed l.v Hi, .no.I Plain- ringi
''"' ^urTriUer'Xfenses'r"; I
highest bidder for .ash at the Court- Ida on or before Ihi n tl ot I
house door ..a iii. first Monday in th
month ot April, 187J. which Ii
day of April. I97J, ai ::> A M
Dated this :'7th day of February,
1 !::!.
RICHARD P BRINKER,
Clerk Cln-ult Court,
Dade County, Florida.
Bj P F Ouldstrand r>.<"
(Circuit Court Seal)
a/s-a-ia-M
i'.7" oii-o-rw.-. Ihi Bill lions i
onmlaiiii will be taken .-
hv i "i
DONE and ORDERED at thi Ddi
Countv Courtlioune. Miami. Florida
this I dn of March. <""'
I. HARP P IIUINK-Klt
Clerk f riro.,i. r..Uri
iiv r; m k'si-ki:
nonutr Ba^^,
IS ,i.iv of March, i"'
RICHARD P BRINKER
\. Clerk, Circuit Court
Dads "ounti Flo' pa
Bv it M KISSEE
A* li.iiiiii Clerk
. (Circuit Cotirl Real)
' l UVIIKM'i: I' KAIM.
i .,-.-, s '"" '' ""Si
l Miaad. --lri.i .1st-o
'A'.......~ '"' IV,,,I""""/-J-M 4/-l


Page 10-B
fJknist not idisr
Friday, March 30, 1973
LEGAL NOTICE
LtGAL NOTICt
I
LtGAL NOTICt
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 72-268 -Acti of 1972
File No. 73 A 10
(Chapter 197 (FS) 1972 Supplement
to Florida Statute* 1971)
NOTICE IS HEREBY (SIYEN thai
Ronald I. Baron. Trustee holder <>r
County Tax Sale Certificate X. 77821
i.-.-ne.i the 1st day >-Art*. A*r.*lW. In
has filed -am, in the Tax Collector's Adoption of mln
office, and has made application for
a lax deed to be issued thereon Saul
Certificate embraces tba following de-
scribed property in the County of Dade,
State of Florida, to-wit:
XV4 Lot 98. Green Haven Acres,
Plat Book 45 Page 77. Section 84. I
Township 53 South. Man*" 39 East,
containing .45 acres more or leaa.
in the County of Dade. State of
Florida.
The ass.-s-.ni.-nt of said property ina,
under the said certificate was in the the
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
PETITION FOR ADOPTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
JO. 73-7155
_
,, CASE N
thVimltteY oT!
hlldren
i\ stepfather
JAMBS MORRIS. .IK Petitioner
TO: DONN-IE EDWIN ENBERG
Residence Unknown
,\,icii.s- Unknown
vtir. Donnle Edwin
hereby notified that a
Adoption of your minor
BWARD ENBERQ ha.-
ajrainsl you. am
-. ?\. b copy of
n
Bnberg are
Petition foi
child TODD
been filed
you are required to
>ur Answer or plead-
to the Petition for Adoption on
Petitioner's attorney. RORF
name of: Vernerscery 8tromt h. BURN'S. ESQUIRE, "'. Uncnln
Unless said certificate shall be re- |{,| Miami Beach, Florida, and Hie
deemed according; "' law. the property the original answer or pleading In II
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the S day of .May. 1973
If you fail to do so. Judgment by
described herein will be sold to the
highest bidder for cash at the Court-
house door on the first Monday in the
month of April. 197:1. which is the 2nd Default will be taken against you
for the relief demanded in the Petition
for Adoption.
This Notice shall be published once
each week for four (4) cons, cut i v.
weeks in the Jewish Floridian
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Dade County, Florida this 21 day of
March 197:'.
RICHARD P BRINKER
Cl.rk Circuit Court
Had,- County. Florida
By: I.. SNEEDEN
(Circuit Court Seall
3 JO I 6-13-29
dav of April. 197.1. at 10:80 AM
Dated this 27th dav of February.
197.:
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
By P. F fluids!ranil DC
(i ait Court Seal)
S/9-18-23-30
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious namt
IONEER APARTMENT8 at 12155
Ni: 6th Avenue North Miami. Flor-
id] intend to register said name with
thi Clerk of the ClrcuM Court of Dade
uni y, Florida
Ronald 1. Davis
Carol Ann Davis
Am irney:
ito i'i!.i i, Davis, in Persona
r. ;:-: 3-30 t
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRE11V GIVEN thai
Hit nndaraigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
HMW ENTERPRISES at 921 X E.
155th Street. North Miami Reach. Fla
intends to register said name with lb.
Olerk of the Circuit Court of Hade
Coutitv. Florida
SYLVIA DIAMOND
3 9.18.23-30
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BONNTE'S HAIR STYLISTS al num-
ber 1028 Michigan Avenue in the City
of Miami Reach. Florida intend- lo
reglstei the -aid name with the Clerk
of the circuit Court of Dad.- County.
Florida.
Dated at Miami Reach. Florida, this
23 dav of March. 1073.
Bonnye Rlccardl Sole Owner
: 30 4/0-13
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 73-1691
. John R. Blanton
I RE Estate of
Mil DRED ANDEREOG
I.....
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claim- or Demands Agaln8l Said
Estate
v iu are hereby notified ami required
to Dresenl any claims and demands
"ihlch vou may have against the es-
tate of MILDRED ANDEREOG de-
.....I late of bade County, Florida.
to the Circuit .1u.1l'.-- of Dad. County.
and file the sam.- in duplicate and a-
prnvided in Section 733.1S, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ts Courthouse in Dade county. Flor-
id., within six cab-ndar month- from
thi time of the first publication here-
: the -am. will be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida this 22 dav
of March. A D. 1973.
H. EDWIN ANDEREOG
As Administrator
First nuhlication of this notice on
-b. M dav of March. 1973.
c.Ri.VER WEINSTEIN & ST.M'BER.
PA.
Bv: Sherwin Staub.r. F.so.
\ttornev for Estate of
Mildred Andereeg
350 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach,
Florida
3/3(1 4/6-13-20
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. 73-7114
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
GERTRUDIZ ELENA RODRIGUEZ.
Wife. Petitioner,
and
EDUARDl' RODRIGUEZ,
Husband. Respondent.
TO: .MR. BDCARDO RODRIGUEZ
(Residence I 'nknownl
rOC 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
vour written defenses, if any. to it on
ABE KOS8. attorney for Petitioner.
whoae address is 11 N\\ 12th Ave-
nue. Miami. Florida 33130. and file the
original with the Clerk of the above
styled roui'l on or before April 3".
197:; otherwise a default will be en-
tered against you for the relief de-
manded In th. complaint or petition
This police shall be published one,
each w,-.-k for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH Fl OKI DI AN.
WITNESS my band and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on thi
28 dav of March. 1973
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
11.ni.- Countv, Florida
By R M KISSEE
\- Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Senli
ABE K'OSS ESQUIRE
Ml N W 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida 23130
Attorney for Petitioner
:: SO I '6-13-2(1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA
DADE COUNTY
General Jurisdiction Division
CASE NO. 73-6794
NOTICE OF SUIT
PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
, OF MARRIAGE
f.\RE: IX THE MARRIAGE OF
AXITA HERRI.
Wife-Petitioner
and
NICHOLAS PERKi.
i lusband- Respondent
TO: NICHoi-AS PEI1RI
205 HOWI.AND AVENUE
ROCHESTER. NEW YORK
you, NICHOLAS PBRRI. are here-
by notified that a Petition for Dissolu-
tion of Marriage has been filed against
you, and you are required to serve a
cops of your Answer or Pleading to
said I'etition for Dissolution of Mar-
tial:, on the Wife-Petitioner's attor-
ney. Ronald L. Davis, Esq. P.A., 417
Blscayne Building. 19 W Flagh-r
Street. Miami. Florida 33180, Phone
379-2851, and file the original Answer
or Heading in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
23 dav of April. 1973. If you fail to do
so. judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded In
the Petition for Dissolution of Mar-
riage.
THIS NOTICE shall be published
onc< each week for four (4i consecu-
tive weeks in THE JEWISH FI.OR-
IDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida ibis 2 dav of March. 1973.
RICHARD P BRINKER. Clerk
Circuit Court
Dade Countv. Florida
By: R J. FOY
Deputy cierk
(Circull Court Seall
23-30 1 f.-13
LEGAL HOTICt
LtGAL NOTICt
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. 73-6688
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: MARRIAGE OP
ARTHl'R ELKS
and
BEATRICE ELKS
TO: AllTHIII BLKS
C 0 J. A. Fulgliun
Route No 6
Tifton. Georgia
Viil' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed BgBlnsI > OU and
you are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any to it on MAX
P. BNOEL, ESQ. attorney for Peti-
tioner, Whoae address Is 14l'.l N.W.
17th Ave. Miami. Florida, and file
the original With the clerk of the
ah. v styled court on or before April
25th. 1973: otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief de-
manded in the complaint or petition]
This notice shall he published once,
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.OR1DIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
19th dav of March. 1973
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
I lade I '"Utitv. Florida
By N A HEWETT
ms Dentilv clerk
.Circuit Couri S.all
MAX P ENOEL
' |61 X W 17tb Avenue
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
.: *.JI I '-IJ
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. 73-6758
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
HKI.IODORA PETTIT
FREDERICK PETTIT
TO: FREDERICK PETTIT
Residence unknown
yOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any. to II
on Sidney Efronson. attorney for Peti-
tioner, whose address is 612 Ainslcy
Building, Miami Florida, and file the
original with the clerk of the above
siyled court on or before April 27.
1973: otherwise a default will be en-
tered against you for the relief de-
manded in the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FI.OR1D1AN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on
30 dav of March. 1973.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Curt
Dad.- County. Florida
By C P. COPB1 AND
As Deputy Cbrk
11 "In nit Court Seal)
Sidney Efronson
012 Ainsley I'.uildine
Miami Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
:: 23-3" 4 '6-18
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
No. 73-1604
In RE Estate of
ARTHl'R 'I FERRILLO.
Dei eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Cr.-.litor.- and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Agalnsl Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claim- and demands
which you may have agalnsl the es-
tate of ARTHI'H c. FERRILLO de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida.
to the Circuit Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in dupli. ate and as
provided in Section 733.16. Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County. Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami Florida, this 19th
day of March. AD. 1973.
/s' Armand Ferrilln
As Administrator
First publication of thi- notice on
the 28rd dav of Mar.-h. 1971
ARONOVTTZ. SILVER & BOOTH
tins itv; Sidney M. Aronovlti
I Attorney for Estate of
Arthur O, Ferriiio. deceased
90S Vlnaley Building
Miami. Fla SSI32
I 22-:ai I 6-13
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NUMBER 73-1388
(Formerly County Judges Court)
In HE: Estate of
SADIE l.l'HEI.U
Dedeased, '* r- o
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor- ami All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified and require I
io pies.'ni any claims and demand-,
which you may have agalnsl the
tate of SADIE I.l'HEl.l. dec as-I
late of Dad.- County. Florida, lo tht>
Circuit Judges of Dade County, and
file the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.16. Florida Stat-
utes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred
Dated at Miami Florida, this 6 day
of March A D. 1978,
IRVING LUBELL
A- Execulor
First publication of this notice on
Hie !>th dav of March. 1973
SIMON. HAYS & QRUNDWERQ
Atlornev for Executor
(09 Alnsley Building
Miami. Florida .13133
3 0-1 ".-23-30
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-6256
in RE: Bstati ol
HERMAN I. SHAW
|i. eased
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE OF SAID DEI BDENT.
You are herebj notified that writ-
ten Instrument pu.*wortlna t.. be the
last will ami testament of -aid deced-
ent has been admitted ill said Court.
You are hereby commanded within
six calendar months from the date
of the first publication of this notice
to appear in said Court and show
cause, if any you can. Whj the ac-
tion of said Court in admitting laid
will to probate should not stand re-
\ pked
FRANK R I" iVVI.IXC.
Countv Judge
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk
ADER GISSBN NATHAN KSQS.
and NELSON ,v FEI.DMAN. P A
Attorney
113". Kane Concourse
Bai Harbor Islands. Ma
First publication of this notice on
the '.' dav of March. 1973.
S'9-16-23-30
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVKKTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-7075
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The marriage of
<;.\ BTANA GERAC1
and
SOPHIE OERACI
TO: SOPHIE GERACI
23 Ashley Street
Bast Boston Massachusetts
213
I HI ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED I
thai an action for Dissolution ,,f Mar-
riage has b.en filed agalnsl you and
va i an pi quired to Berve a copy of!
your written di fi -. s, if any to it
<>n Michael p. CHA8E. attorney.]
I Petitioner, who-,- address i- 16*24
N K 19th Avenui North Miami Beach
Worlds SS162. and file the original
with ibe clerk of the above stvled
court on or before Maj I, I97S: other-
wise a default will be entered agaii l
you for the relief demanded In the
complaint or petition
This nqtlci shall be puhl
"'" h wi e it
in THE JEWISH i" iRfDIAN
WITNESS my band and the i
I court .11 Miami Florida on
RI< HARD P, BRINKER,
\- Clerk Circuit Court
Dad. Count.! Florida
r.\ B .1 POT
-_, Is i.....ut) Clerk
f< i uir Court Peal)
fS[> J.M-.l. ; CHASE PA
If* < v ;.; ,.,, Avenue
North Mlnml Bench Florida S3161
Atlornev for Petitioner
" M I (-13-20
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. 73-7417
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
JOHN KEARSE. Husband
Petitioner
DOROTHY G, KEARSE. Wife
Respondent
'!' i I" illnTHV O. KEARSE
VIM' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
r.aue has been filed against vou and'
you are required to serve a copy of
vour written defenses, if any. to It on
DAVID E. STONE, attorney for Petl-
! tloner whose address Is 101 N.W. 12th
' Ave.. Miami. Florida 33128. Telephone:
I 338-4222. and file the original with
i the clerk of the above styled court on
or before April 30. 1973: otherwise a
default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the com-
plaint or petition.
This notice shall he published once
! each week for four consecutive weeks
1 In XJE JEWISH Fl-ORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
27 dav of March. 1973.
Richard P. Brinker
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade Countv. Florida
By c. P. COPELAND
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
STONE \- SOSTCHIN. PA
1"1 N W 11'tb Ave .
Miami. Florida 338-4222
Attorney for Petitioner
:: ::n i 6-13-20
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
Case No. 73-6982
In re: the marriage ..f
NELSON RODRIQIEZ.
husband,
vs.
XIOMARA ROMAN RODKIQIEZ.
wife.
TOO. XIOMARA ROMAN RODRI-
Ul EZ, are notified to serve a copy
Of your answer to Dissolution of Mar-
riage filed against you. on husband's
attorney GEORGE NICHOLAS. 612
N.W. 12th Avenue. Miami. Florida
33136. and file original with Clerk of
this Court on or before May 4. lii~3.
otherwise the Dissolution of Marriage
will be confessed bv you.
DATED: March 22. 1973.
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk
B>: C. P. COPELAND. D.C.
8/30 4/6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious namt "i"
SUNRISE CONDOMINIUM LIMITED,
PARTNERSHIP at 1619 N !'. 8th
Suet. Homestead, Florida 33a3n. In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
GROYER C. DIU'I'.Y
I.ORIS FARNESI
ANTHONY TARAFA
TAMIL 1SAIAS
NORFE INVESTMENT CO.. INC.
HARRIS & SII'.KIN. I' A
Attornevs for Applicants
r.;h Floor Dade Federal Bidg.
Miami. Florida 33131
I 10 4/6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the Undersigned, desiring tO engage ill
business under the fictitious name of
PEDIATRIC PROFESSIONAL ASSO
ciates. PA at 7"l Galloway Road,
Miami, Fla Intends tO regi.-l.-t said
name with the Clerk of the circuit
Court of Dade Countv. Florida
DRS 8TEMERMAN BROWN AND
I \Z\HI'S
PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION
Sparber, Zemel, Roskln ft II, ilbronner.
P A
Attorneys for applicant
in" n Blscayne Boulevard
Miami. Fla.
3 fi-16-23-30
.,1 of
this
IN THE 11TH CII.'CUIT COURT
DADE COUNTV. FLORIDA
No. 73-7412
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE The marriage of
Al TAOR \CIA BASTIAN,
\\ it.
and
EDDIE liASTIAN.
i in-band
Yor. EDDIE BA8TTAN.
unknown, are reoulred to
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BEACH SHADE ft GL\SS at S15
Washington Avenue. Miami Beach
Fla. intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Cunty. Plorida.
PAUL CLICK
KWITNEY ft KROOP
Attorneys for applicant
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Fla.
1/10 t/eM8-20
answer to the petition
of marriage with the
above Couri and serve
upon 11. rman Coh< n,
- Bldg Miami
for
resldet 1
file your
llssotul Ion
Clerk of th.
;i cm tnei. 1
Bsa 1310-11
Florida, on
b- for< April SO 1978. "t elsi petition
\i ill bi confessed
Dated: .Mar :7
Richard p Brlnl -
Clerk. Circuit Cou-I
By C P COPEI AND
Deutifv Clerk
S : I ^-i3-;r.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is hereby civen that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of CLOVERLEAF AMOCO BERVICE
station at No r, n w 167th Stn I
Miami. Florida. SSI69 intend- to reg-
latei -aid name with the Cl< rk of the
circull court of Dade County, Flor-
ida
JITl FS KRA8NER
BAXTER .v FRIEDMAN
Attorney for annll ant
1*73 x E 163rd Street
N. Miami Bi ach, I'I ::
111 13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAV/
Notice is HEREBY OTVE>
;' "' n n ed 1..... lir,. |
bi under the fb tltlous 1 im< of
RIMERA TOW ER8 SOUTH HONDO-
MINIUM -,i 661 X e Mil: sir,., m,.
ami Fla, Intends 1...... .....,..
with the Clei ,. ,..
Dad.. ( nuntv, Florid .
BUR DEVP.I iI'Mpvt
WOI F ft SCHOXINOER P \
neys f..r annlb
MOfl g I, I ,,,... .. ;
So I, ;
1 Miami r
1 4'6-1
IN THE CIRCUIT JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 73-1983
GEORGE E. SCHULZ
In RE: Estate of
MOLLIE LEVY
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All 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 may have against the es-
tate of MOLLIE LEVY deceased late
of Dade County. Florida, to the Cir-
cuit Judge of Dade County, and file
the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided In Section 733.1H. Florida Stat-
utes, in their offices in the Countv
Courthouse In Dade Countv. Florida
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof r
the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 19
day of March. A.D. 1973
I.ENore ilEOEL
JULIAN SIEGEL
As Executors
First publication of this notice on
the 83 day of March, 1!>73
JOSEPH SCHMIER
Attornev for Estate
606 Lincoln Road, Suite 2"fi
Miami Beach Florida
9 83
4
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. 73-5855
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
General Jurisdiction Division
IN HE: Marriage of
LILIANA Tl/KMEU
Wife
and
JEAN MARK Tl'RMEI*
Husband
TO: JEAN MARK TURMEL
1*35 De Lo Konde
Quebec 3
Quebec. Canada
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any. to it
on ROMEO J. SHEPARD. JR. attor-
ney for Petitioner, whose address in
321 City National Bank Bldg 2* W
Flagler Miami. Florida 33130. and ftle
the original with the clerk of tho
above styled court on or before April
19. 1978; otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief de-
manded In the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published on^s
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH KI/1RIDIAN
\\ ITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on thia
! dav of March. 1!'73
RICHARD P BRINKER,
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By I! .1 FOY
As O'butv Clerk
(" Ircull Court Seal)
Romeo .1 Bhenard. jr
921 City National Dank Bldg.
Miami. Florida SSI SO
Attorney f..r Petitioner
373-2683
3/1fi-23-3n4'6
MOVING TO METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON OR
BALTIMORE AREA? DO YOUR
APARTMENT HUNTING
The Free Easy Way
(301)587-6614
OUICK, CONVENIENT NO-COST SOLUTION
APARTMENT FINDERS
M ASSOCIATES LTD.
8*J9 FENTON STREET SILVER SPRING, ^RYIANO


I March 30. 1973
fJenist fkridfur
Paqe 11-B
LIGAl NOT/Cf
UGAl NOTICE
1ESA1 NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
JSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
FLORIDA. IN AND FOK
OADE COUNTY.
/IL ACTION NO. 73-5184
riON FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
ftRRTAOE OF JACOB Tl'IlIB,
|an D.
mi
rrms. wife.
DIE TUIHS
s. .1. TOl'RETZKY
Pnvtnn Road
nn, New Jeraey ASM"
ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
lion for Dissolution of Mur-
I.....II fil- enulred i" serve a .....v of
?iu-n defenses, if any. m M
tin Btarr. attorney for Petl-
h-|inHo itddrew in 43* l.lnrolii
|j ami Beach, Florida 33139,
ihe or itlmil iih 'I.....leri,
hhove styled courl on or be-
ril llih. IMS: otherwise n d<
i.....ntered ujruliifd you for
pf demanded in the complain!
nn.
fetice shall be published once
Ek for fur consecutive weeks
MEM ISH FI.ORIDIAN.
BKfcs my hand and ih- Mai of
in at Miami. Florida .....bis
Mhi-.Ii. IMS.
IIi'llAltD I' RRINKER
.\- Clerk. > 'ircull Court
Bv i. SNEEDEN
As Deputy i'Ii 11.
Curt genii
Starr
In Road
each. Florida 33139
for Pi tltloner
:: !i-K.-;3-S0
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
PROBATE DIVISION No. 73.1399
FRANK B. DOWLING
In RE: Batata of
BDITH WKHU* >.- .n -,,- .
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credltom and All Person*. Hav-
inK claims or Demands Araiimti Bald
Estate:
i You are hereby notified and required
| to in-.si in any claims and demands
t which you may have airalnMt the e-
I late of EDITH VVEI88 dec-eased lute
f Dade County, Florida, to the Clr-
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA DADE COUNTY
General Jurisdiction Division
CASE NO. 73-5128
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR
PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN HI!: Till-: M MtlflA'ii: UK .. ,
WILLIAM BETHEL,
Husband-Petitioner
and
r,i.< iRIA K. BETHEL,
Wife-Respond! nl
TO: OIJ 'ItIA K. HETHEt.
IK t*AI>J|l IRE DRIVE
KIM IBTI 'N. JAMAICA
h.r'.'.'.V ntlfledAUiai iTCuRon "rj consultant for Brandcis University
uit Judjres of~Rn.de County, and file Dlaaotatlon of Marriage has be< i. filed1 ill South Florida,
ih.- name in ihiplleate and .1- nro- w>alnsl you. and you are required .,,
vlded in Section 733.18. Florida Btat-i frve py" ,*".our/n"'.,'r .r *lead-i .- Fl"ail worked closely with
utes. in il.. ir office* In the County1'""" ".' "M Petition for Dissolution of c-'-" .. .i
1 '.'urilii.us. in Dnde County, Florida, Marrlnjre on the Husband-Petition-1 tier husband, loirncr national
within six calendar month* "from the JJ""J nl.,orn;; !.:"',:,,,,I .',Ti.i->;' v,!~-| .i'':\i director of development of Bran-
tlme -.f ih,. firxt publication hereof. 1PA- "' Biacnyna lluildiuv. \:> \\ "
or the same will be barred I PUurler Btreet. Miami. Florida 3S1S0. dels and head ol the fund raising
Dated m Miami. Florida, thin Jth'Fhone: n*-3RM. and file the "'iciial ,., f yau| r;|oart anrj Associates
day of March, A l> i!'7:: I Answer or Pleadiiut in the office "f tin-i
Ilernlce Drelfuss Clerk of the Circuit Court on or befon
Ak Executrix tb- 1- day of April. IMS. If you fall shine, Joseph, 7". T730 Tatum
Obituaries
First publication "f 11.1 >. notice
ih.- 18 dav of March. I Ma
BXYDER. YOI'XO. BTERN, &
TANNENHAI'M
Harvey S l.nncherq. ff counsel
Attorney for Executrix
I7M N 1:. ir.lili Btreel
Nor lb .\li;mii Beach. Florida
:i I8-33-3A 4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO. 73-6313
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
I PROPERTY
: CIRCUIT JUDGES COURT LAWRENCE! J MtHIEI.I.O and
IN AND FOR MARY JO MORBMjO. :i Minor, by
DE COUNTY. FLORIDA I ",l IhroiUth her nexl frlenil and
IN PROBATE Ouardlan, MAIIV I' MCIRELLO.
No. 73-1669 Plaintiffs,
GEORGE E. SCHULZ v"
BatHteof .IIM.MIi: I.. MII.I.KH. as A.linii.i-iin-
li'HEHt fiERINOER '"'< "' Balate of YIRIIINIA C
.,.,1 .Mi i|:i:i.i.i 1 >.-.:.>. .1 and
OTICE TO CREDITORS RICIIAKD RALPH MOHELLO.
[redHorn and All Pena.in- llav-
ini- or Demands Airal
on] to do so. iu'lpin-ni b> I entered asalnal you for the relief d-
I manded In the Petition for Dtaacdu-
lion "i MnrriaKe.
THIS NOTICE sliall be published
once 1.-Il week for four 111 consecu-
tive weeks In THE JEWISH FLOR-
, ITVfAX.
DONE AMI ORDERED ai Miami.
Florida, ihls 1 day of Mnrch, l!'T:'.
RICHARD P. BRISKER Clerk
i'm, uii Court
Dade Counlv Florldn
r.v: p < < 1 1:1 am
1......iv Clerk
(Cii'i-uii Courl Seal)
\ P.1C.23-31
Defendants.
s.,,,1 Tii KICHARIl RALPH MOKELLO
I 1-" Duilkeltll Drive. X YV
Ire hereby notified and required '.'-""I'.'IV. "J-'"m.1.,.t.'!\
k'-ni iinv elaims and demamls ,^J ARE NOTIFIED that
have naralnsi the es-1 "' h"* '" Instltu
here!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
Case No. 73-6415
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: PETITH IN K
BDWAHD WALKER, Husband
of GENEVA \\ AI.KER,
11 .. \\ I I.I.IK Bl'FORD KEITH
Ui sldelice I'uknow 11
YOf are hereby notified that Pell-
lion.is have filed a petition in ih>
ttbovi styled L'ourl for 1I1- adoption
Wati rwai in- MB. Rlasb-rK
SMITH, Kurvis, 7ij. 01 .ml;. Neuinan.
YOUNG, Sylvia Itlta. 4!>, 1771" NM
Until Ave. tlordon.
zuhav. Hyiiian, 7j. of MR. River-
side. Iiili iiu.iii sll Neon
BHENNER, Uelty, ol MB. Riverside.
1 FORTGANG. Frank. 7S. 101^ 1'. 111,
sylvanla Ave., MB. Blasbent,
' KOLBERT, l>..ia. 87. ol Mil. Itlvcr-
bidi Intermeiil Ml. Nebo.
NATKIN. DiiVill. KB, of \.\in. Levitt.
. PARISER. Julius Leo. 62. 1231 '.'7ili
si.. Mil. Uinsbt lit,
1 ROSE, Koselln, 83, of 1 loral Gables,
Kiverslde.
1 STOLZENBERG. Louis. 77. of MB
Riverside.
FINKELSTEIN. l.oui-. 85, of MB
Itiv. i.-KU-. liu.rm-ni Star of David.
KANTER. Knt-hel, ol Jill Newman
1 Interment Ml. Sinai.
lazrus. Arthur. 7:\ iv." Meridian
1 Mil. Riverside.
1 LOWENSTEIN. .I11I111-. :., of MB
Rlvi rslde
PERLER. HvrOiin, 7\. of MB. New-
man
ROSENSTEIN. Fannie, 91. 1'""" Raj
1 ir Mil. Bliishent.
WALLEN. 1;. rtrude, 71. ol Miami
Ni u man.
,.,.,.,.,...,; COHEN. K.lilli. 71. of X.MH Rlvi
I ilo mnioi- iiolii hKNBKTl.Ma
YVETTE KEITH and you are 1.-
I b> PliilnlIffs| quired to show i-uusv why the -aim
Declara- shoulU nol 1- sranted. by
Yetta Elgart. 61, Dies In ftoston
Mrs. Saul H. (Yetta) Elgart, 61. in Miami, during their 37 years of
died after a long illness Friday, marriage.
March 23. in Boston. She and her
husband lived in Miami Beach. Funeral .serv.ees were held Mori-
where Mr. Elar, is the senio. (la>- March 26. .n Provitlent-e H. 1..
with burial at Lincoln Park Ceme-
tery in Warwick. I!. 1.
A lifetime Zionist. Mrs. El"art
was an active niember of Temple
l.-rael of Greater .Miami. Haclassah
and Brandeis University Women.
Prior to their marriage, she was
active in the Young Judea and the
Chalutz Movement in the 1930s.
She is survived by, in addition
to her husband, a son Fdmund. of
Long Meadow. Mass., two sisters.
Mrs. Mabel Morand of New York
and Mrs. Kuth Fountain of Los
Angeles, and by two grandsons.
Jonathan A. Kigali. 4. and Gordon
C. Elgart. 2.
BARASCH. Hlldl- S. 7S. 1405 N u
Tih Si. iionlou. liiieriiH'iit Ml. Blnal.
EPSTEIN, I'.in i..ir.l. 2, 1"! rolims
Ave.. M II. Rlvi rslde.
GOLDMAN. U-iiJuniin. 7:; of MB,
Levitt.
HURSHONSKY. Nathan, ta. "n >\ ash-
InsTtun Ave., Mil Riverside.
LADER. Anna. 1451 follllis Ave MB.
l.-vill.
NUSBAUM. Jack, of MB, Rlversidi
RITKIS. I ily, 9."i. ol Mli Urdoii
ROTHSCHILD. S.-lma. 71. '.'11 Merid-
ian Ave., MB. RR rslde
SCHER. Muli... I. 71. of NMH
Levitt
l'.i\. rsldi*
ABELSON. Muuriee D, 71. ol .Miami.
Wn rslde, luternieiil Mt. Nelsi
ABRAHAMS, inamh. TO. nfXMB.
la'Vill
BERGMAN, Jennie, of Forl T.aml. i-
dab la-viit
BROUSMAN. llvm.-m. 7. of MB.
HERMANN. Kli/ai.. Ill ."'. Ills
lil\il Rlveratde.
be tmri.
^Kled ;il Mian- l-'loi-iila. Illi-
'-1ay of "li. A 11 I'.iTS. ,
81dm i Kfronsou
As Exei-u'-i
First i ii I .. o-i of i In- ii..i i. on
the in il i \1:ii .-li l"7::
I '.f roll son
\ for EST TE i IP
Si'I I I'll: riERINOER
bsli Rulldint
Plorldn MISS
i I .. 1 :.--_ i
".ill Avenue, Miami. Dade County. | uduotlon.
Florida. WITNE8B my hand and seal nl il
v....i arc reoulred to servi a rony of ijourl at Miami. Florida iliis ir. day
(our wrili-n defenses, if im> to R, of Man-h. 1973. i FINKELSTEIN. I...in-. RS,
David
POWELL. I Nil .. II"
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
tVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
UDE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NO. 73-2660
J'llilN' OF
htKV .1' KEPH MINTS!
llfred f, ne8bitt
notice to adopt
Ii:ii.iii:ki" mint/.
1 l.oinbitrd. Illinois
iml
11.1, i ITHEI1 PERW INS
P, III ion of AI FRED F NFS
n BHEOER *.- 8CHREIBER. K8U8..
attorneys foi Plaintiffs whose nddressl
is 20211 N' I-: IBSril Street North Mi-I
I ami l'..a.-li. Florida S.1IA2 fHulte -Jn.'.i.
, on or before Anrll L'7. in7::. an.I file
Hi. original with ihe Clerk of iliis
l'ourl either before service in Plaln-
lin attorney or Immedlatelv there-
after: otherwise n default "ill be en-
tered RKAinsl you for Ihe relief de-
mnnded In the t'omnlalnl or netltlon,
WITNESS my band and Ihe seal
I of this l'ourl on the -" day of March.|
RICHARD P RRINKER
A- i'1. .:, of Ihi Com .
Il> II M. KISSER
As |i.oiii\ Clerk
I1I1ROER SCHRE1REH
.... \ i: laSril Strei i Rm ""'..
\ m run- li.a.li. Florida ;:::i..j
T..| No il-.-7-.-7
|tv llai rv |i Sehn Ibi r
\ t ..in v for Plaintiffs
:: ;::.::.. i .. 13
i:ii'IIAi:i> P, BRINKER
CLERK, i'IRi I IT ClR'RT
Ily C. P. COPBLAXD
Deuuly Clerk
~ ':.{.vi 1 fits
.1 Mil New -
r MIL
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTYl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
1 CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-6510
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
I IN RE: TI1K .MARRIAGE OF
1 DANIEL SCHOENFEIJ3
I and
1 |n utiiTll V 8CHOENFELD
l'i i: l" IROT! IV SOU lENFELD
X I lavis Road
Lakewoiid, New Jersey
yol" ARE HEREBY Nl 'Til IUH
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
Hi .i -ol. Intermeiil Btnr ol Dn> Id
I GOLDMAN. Louis. II"" IIHi 81 .
I Mi: Rlnsberic.
. KATZ. Pbllln. 77. of NMB Rlverslile.
LOWY. Huiro, 7". ':' Collins Avi
.mi: Riverside.
ROSE. Sarah, K. IMS" \\ Dixie
11 w v N.M II Rlvi i side.
SATKOWITZ. I:-ii. "- I., vltl
SEIDEN. Harry, RS, 2M Ruclld Ave
\l IV Ne man.
ZA.CK. Eva, 'il. ii"" Weal Avi MB.
Rlvi rsld-.
A=TER. Jacob, K". of Mil I "ii
DRAIS. John I. "7. IL'I \\ 7Hi 81 .
Hlaleiih. Riverside
, DUNKEL. Irviin:. ..'. of Ml:. River-
side Intermeiil Mi Slnal
FEUERSTEIN. Max. M, of Mil
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"cJewish Floridian
Miami, Florida Friday, March 30, 1973
Section C
Education Narrowing the Cultural
Gap In Israel, Dr. Adler Tells NCJW
A prominent Israeli educator
said this week that his nation
has waged "only an initial
skirmish" in narrowing the ed-
ucational pap hetween its citi-
zens of European and Oriental
origins.
Dr. Chaim Adler. addressing
1.000 delegates at the biennial
convention of the National
Council of Jewish Women, spe-
cifically referred to the division
1hat exists between Jews of
Asian and African background
and those whose origin is
European.
Dr. Adler, the director of the
NCJW Center of Research in
Education of the Disadvantaged
in Israel, emphasized that the
Council center "may be crucial
to the success of the battle."
He also spoke of the relevance
of education to social justice
and greater equality.
Dr. Adler said that the tre-
mendous immigration from
Afro-Asian countries during the
first 15 years of Israel's inde-
pendence brought great numbers
from the underdeveloped Mos-
lem Middle East. The cultural
gap between this group and
earlier Israeli settlers posed a
threat to the solidarity of the
society, and socio economic
equality of the country, he said.
Dr. Adler pointed out that "in
Israel as in the United States
integrated education is a politi-
cal and ideological concern. The
expectation, in short, is that dis-
advantaged students will have
greater academic success if they
atteud integrated rather than
segregated schools."
The Center is now engaged in
testing these assumptions in a
pilot integrated school. Results
show "that the disadvantaged
students in the project achieved
better than similar students in
other schools; that middle class
students in the project also
achieved better, leaping forward,
as a matter of fact, even more
rapidly th.an did the disadvan-
taged students," Dr. Adler said.
Shown at the National Tribute Dinner to Sen. Hubert Hum-
phrey sponsored by the American Friends of the Hebrev-
University are (left to right) Julius Darsky, Nathan Darsky.
Sen. Humphrey and Mrs. Julius Darsky. More than 375 per
sons attended the S250-a-plate banquet at the Eden Re:
Hotel at which the former Vice President received the 1973
Scopus Award of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Sadat Dismisses Premier,
Scores U.S. Jet-Sale Plans
WASHINGTON (JTA)White
House Deputy Press Secretary
Gerald Warren declined to com-
ment this week on Egyptian
President Anwar Sadat's du-
al of Premier Aziz Sidky
and his announcement that he
was assuming the Premiership
to prepare Egypt for "total con-
frontation with Israel."
Sadat announced his govern-
ment shake-up at a joint meet-
ing of the People's Assembly
and the central committee of
the Arab Socialist Union,
I^DPt's only political party. He
Stressed that Egypt must con-
duet a dual policy of military
pressure on Israel and continued
efforts to gain a political settle-
ment.
Sad.it criticized the United
for plans to sell Israel
more K-4 Phantom jets and A 4
Skyhawk attack planes. He also
said that Egyptian relations
with thi Soviet Union had again
r on a solid b i is,
ummer Sad. I expelled
some 20.000 Soviet military ad-
visors and technicians from
Egypt.
Sadat rejected again any ter-
ritorial concessions as a basis
for negotiations with Israel.
Rejecting al<*> the idea of direct
talks, he said Egypt would not
accept a "partial settlement"
that was not linked to eventual
total Israeli withdrawal from the
administered territories, or a
separate settlement in which the
interests of the "Palestinian
resistance" and of Israel's other
Arab neighbors would be "sac-
rificed."
Hafez Ismail, Egyptian na-
tional security affairs advisor,
is to meet President Georges
Pompidou and oilier French of-
ficials next month, French offi-
cial circles reported, confirming
a similar report from Cairo. The
circles said no final date has
been set. but that the meeting
will probably take place as soon
as the new French govern mi nt
is formed, probably by mid-
April.
Mrs. Levey Recipient
Of JWV Citizens Award
The "Good Citizen Award" pre- moral Hotel. Lillian School, de-
tented annually to a woman for partment president, will re ive
outstanding work to the com- J pm'
Mrs. Levey is president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Women's Division, a member of
the American Committee for
Israel's 25th Anniversary celebra-
tion and honorary member of
overall committee room mother of
Weal Laboratory School of Coral
Gables, member of bonrd of B( lh
David Congregation and Sister-
hood, also on boards and commit-
tees of Jewish Family and Chil-
dren's Service, and National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women, and on the
national board of directors of Joint
Distribution of United Jewish
Appeal.
Mrs, Levey's topic will be "A
Community United for Human
Dignity." Lee Barry, singer, will
entertain.
Ex-Nazis Given
Light Sentences
BONN (JTA)A Munich court
has sentenced four former Nazi
police officers to jail for com-
plicity in the murder of about
2.000 Jews in southern Russia in
the fall of 1941. They arc Erich
Bock, 61, Otto-Ernst Prast. 59. and
V.'ilhelm Spiekcrmnnn, fiO, who
each got four and a half years,
and Hans Discar, 60. who was
sentenced tn two years imprison-
ment The public prosecutor had
a'ked for ten years.
Two former SS officers went on
trial in West Berlin this week
charged with the murder and com-
plicity in the murder of more than
1.000 Jews and gypsies in Poland
from 1941 to 194:;. They are Jo-
hann Baecker, 61. and Hans Quam-
busch, 67. They are also on trial
as SO-called "excess criminals."
Both are alleged to have shot
babies, young girls, women and
men.
WC Branch Marks
30lh Anniversary
Branch 1064. The Workmen's
i -de, will hold a service com-
memorating the 30th anniversary
of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising ;it
7:30 p.m Wednesday in the Wash-
ington Federal Auditorium, 699
NE 167tn St., North Miami Beach
A candleli hting ceremony will
l>c follov < d by El Moley Racha
mil'.: Hen in Klein will direel the
choir, which includes a large group
of singei from thi North Mi im
YMHA, :- a presentation of ghetto
songs. Speakers will be Ri
David Shapiro of Temple Sinai,
Hollywood, and Dr. S Portnoy.
Branch chairman i< Monroe
Nelson; Abraham Rozental is com-
mittee chairman.
MRS. BURTON LtVFf
munity by the Department of
Florida, Jewish War Veterans
Ladies Auxiliary, will honor Mrs.
Burton (Frances B.) Levey, at its
friendship tea, Sunday, at the Bal-
The friendship tea committee
includes general chairman. Billie
Kern, past national president;
chairman, Malvina Freeman, past
national president; seating ar-
rangement, Ceil Steinberg; at the
door, Ceil Zukor and Rose Lisan-
sky, and tickets Carol Gold.
Shown pinning a new life member of the Hebrew Academy
Women. Mrs. Fannie Gulden (left) is Mrs. Hyman Chabner
chairman of the life membership committee of the auxiliary
of ths Cireater Miami Hebrew Academy.
Chrnock Lib rman, (center) Chassidic artist, presents c
signed sketch of Chassidim at study to Mrs. Menacks
H rsch, new life partners of the Lubavitcher Movement o;
th< fliird Chassidic Music Festive). Rubbi Abraham Korf is
at the left.
Mrs. Marion Vogel, 1973 chair-
man for the Leukemia Society's
annual appeal for contribu-
tions. Wife of Lee Vogel, WKAT
talk-master, Mrs. Vogel was a
victim of the disease. Volun-
teers cae needed to cover areas
throughout Dade and Broward
Counties.
Mizrachi Women's Florida Council annual scholarship
fund luncheon at the Eden Roc Hotel March 4 where the
Ram Bam Award was presented to Dr. Rabbi David and
Mrs. Lehrfield. From (left to right) Mrs. Milton Jacobson.
national president; Dr. Lehrfield, spiritual leader Kneseth
Israel; Mrs. Lehrfield; Mrs. Hyman Kolko, scholarship
fund chairman and presdient of Hatikvah chapter of Miami
Beach.


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rJewist Her Mian
Friday, March 30, 1973
Paul Benjamin Honored
At Yeshiva U. Dinner
Corjjjnunal leader Paul Benjamin lional Jewish community. Among (
+v.\ be guest of honor at the Flor- the many causes which have bene-
ida Friends of Yeshiva University fitted from his participation are '
the International Synagogue at
Kennedy Airport, of which he is a
founder and member of the board
of directors: the Jewish Concilia-
lion Board of Now York City, of
which he is a judge and director: j
the Hillcrcst Jewish Center, of
which he. is a life member, an:!
the Community Relations Council
of Hollywood, on whose executive
board he-serves. He is also a di-
rector and membership chairman,
of SC'i>i:"'- Hollywood chapter.
M0*
PAUL BBNJAMIH
I award dinner Thursday.
April 7. 6 p.m., at the Fontaine-
bl iu Hotel it was announced by
J ar I Zilbert, chairman.
Mr. Benjamin will be presented
v Yeshiva University's h
lade for volunteer leadership.
t i Award, in reeogni-
of "outstanding leadership in
i of educational and humani-
ty ..:. causes."
'. Master Build"r of Yeshiva I'ni
n Paul Benjamin has been a
1 figure in the endeavors of,
a lizations serving the intema-
As a Rotal club member, he de-
livered messages of goodwill to
chanter meeting-, throughout the
Orient and Israel while on a jour-
ney of international friendshi
the organization, in 1972. An ex-
pression i f his activities is the Jane
Hid Paul Benjamin Youth ("enter.
bu it by him for B'nai A
K'far HaCarmel settlement in
laifa, Israel. Mr. Benjamin has
n bonon d bj the Israel Bonds!
Organization.
Plans for the community wide '
I tribute are being coordinated by
the chairmin. Mr. Zilbert, with the
aid of Charles Fruchtman, hon-
orary chairman: Mrs. Sorrel R '
Bollet, Harry H. Frankel, Moses
Hornstein. Jack Lee. Mrs. William '
Rancher, and Mrs. Sydelle Schlan-
< :. eochairmen.
The dinner is held annually un-
der the auspices of the Florida
Friends of Yeshiva University, an .
organization of area industrial and1
professional leaders, educators,
narents of students and alumni who
identify with and support the goals,
of the institution.
Richard Talton
New President
Asthmatic Group
Richard C Talton has been
elected president of the Asthmatic
Children's Foundation of Florida,
succeeding Edward Lassman. Mr.
Talton is "a vice president of Chase
Federal Savings and Loan Assn.
Lee Howard is the Foundation's
new vice president: Larry Karel.
treasurer, and Israel Friedman,
re-elected secretary.
Mrs. William C. Hanford has
been named honorary vice pres-
ident of the non-profit organiza-
tion.
The Asthmatic Children s F tun-
dation of Florida maintains a res-
idrntial treatment center in North
Miami Beach, dedicated to the
care of severely asthmatic young-
t< rs
I
Temple Menorah Sets
First Angel Ball
Temnle Menorah will sponsor
it- first annual angel ball on Sun-
day. April 29. at the Fontaine
hlcau Hotel honoring supporters
of the Menorah Day School. Robert
i. Siegel is president.
The Menorah Day School, an
accredit d Solomon S< hechter
School, has three grades in which
both English and Hebrew subjects
are taught. An additional
will be added each of the sue
cessive years until a full program
of elementary school ill be avail
able.
Angels for tl I all Hi
Mr D ive I "" ;:i1 Mi -
I Hyman I. Cohen. Mr. and
I Irwin Zuckerman. Mr., ar.d
I Charles Sommer. Joe Rubin,
[ ind Mrs. Joseph Mansbach.
and Mrs Howard M. Katzen
i and Mrs. Fred Warren, Mr
' Mrs. Irwin I. Cohn. and Dr.
I Mrs. Samuel Greenfield.
Mrs.
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A cantata entitled 'Israel A
Promise and Its Fulfillment" dedi.
cated to the 25th annivei
the State of Israel, will i
sented by the students
M< norah Day Sch<
Proceeds from thi dim i r will
.. i towards Mainti nance t>f the
Menorah Day S il.

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Friday. March 30. 197C
+Jewisti noridlimn
Hadassah Leaders On
Israel Study Mission
Mrs. Helen Weisberg, incoming "This is enriching Israeli edu-
rresident of the Florida region..of I cation," concluded Mrs Weisberg
A..*,..., i "Hadassah has brought vocational
Hadassah, and Mrs. Augusta
Mentz, president of the Miami
Beach Chapter of Hadassah, are
in Israel as members of the Ha-
dassah Presidents' Study Mission
Some 25 regional and big city
presidents are participating in the
mission.
"We arrived in Israel 10 days
after the Libyan plane catastrophe
and found the people still shocked
training at advanced levels to the
country. The women of Hadassah
have reason to be proud of the re-
sults of their hard work."
Sculpture and Israel
Art Forum Subjects
The Monthly Art Forum, spon-
sored by the Miami Beach Art
;;nd grief-stricken by the tragedy."; Club will meet Tuesday. April 10.
said Mrs. Weisberg during a visit at 7 p.m. in the Miami Beach Pub-
1o the Hadassah-Hebrew Univer- lie Library. Guest speaker will be
.'ity Medical Center. "One bright Zina Posever. Florida sculptor,
aspect is that the life of the Libyan who will demonstrate Creativity
co-pilot, flown to the Hadassah in Mud."
Hospital by helicopter for treat-! .
ment in the Intensive Respiratory! n Frl<'ay- April 13. at 8 p.m.,
at Washington Federal, 1234 Wash-
ington Ave., the club will hear a
talk on Israel as viewed by artist
Lou Kopman who will illustrate
his address with color slides.
Care Unit, has been saved. He is
now recovering."
Mrs. Mentz noted that Arabs
from Jordan, Lebanon and Ku-
wait, officially at war with Israel,
cross the Jordan River and come
1o the Hadassah Medical Center
for treatment with the consent
EL AL'S third Boeing jumbo jet
is due for delivery at Lod Airport
April 23, with the first commercial
ifl surely unique in history," she{ flight nonstop from Lod to New
said.
Members of the
study mission
also visited the new Hadassah
Community College, the first of
is kind to be established in Is-
rael.
York taking place six days later.
The flight inaugurates El Al's new
schedule providing a nonstop,
two-way jumbo service between
Israel and the United States.
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Sisterhood are some of the principals in the
tribute to Mrs. George Goldberg, a past
president, not pictured. Shown (left to right)
are Mrs. Harry Zuckerman, Mrs. Eugene J.
Weiss, Mrs. Amando Gerstel and Mrs. Irv-
ing Lehrman. Mrs. Weiss was chairman of
the function, v/hich was preceded by ~
cheese and wine tasting party hosted by
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-Jewisli FJcridtor
Friday, March 30, 1973
William M. Landau
New JTA President
Beth Torah Sisterhood Luncheon
Raymond Epstein, vice pres-
ident of the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency, announced on March 22
WILLIAM LANDAU
0 I \\ iUiam M. Landau has been
i eted pre sidenl i f (be JTA and
v ., take iffice April i. Landau,
47, bt.'. H. Arnow who
1; li.rn ] j, -a lit since Aprii.
i The announcement by
1 stein came ..i the annual meet-
i. I :u board <>.' directors of
it- world-wide agency that gathers
and distributes news and informa-
tion concerning the Jewish people
ti .-. orld over.
iau. a graduate of Lehigh
V lersitj and New York Law
School, i> managing partner of
Fred Landau & Co., a U.S. national
accounting firm. He is a partner 1
in .lenks Landau & Co.. an inter-!
national accounting firm with of-'
B( 9 abroad including Great |
Britain, Canada, Australia and j
South Africa. He is a member of
th New York Bar Association and
a Certified Public Ace iuntant in j
New York California and Chicago.
A New York resident. Landau
is a member of the board of the
I'mred Jewish Appeal and a nn m-
bi t [ts cat ,!. He is
' chairmi i l.i \ s
: jnts division and a mem-
1 of the board ol the New York
Association for New Americans.
] am au is also a member of the
1 ird and was a \ ice president
of the JTA prim- to his election
to its presidency. He is a member
ci the board of trustees of a
Westchester synagogue and t
I. mber of the board of trustees
M th \ oung Men's Division of the '
Albert Einstein College of Med- j
r officers elected were:
Robert H. Arnow. chairman of the
I rd; Raymond Epstein of Chi-
cago, .lei old C. Hoffberger of'
l rimore and Philip Slomovitz ]
of Detroit, vice presidents: Julius,
i nan of New York, secretary.
and Abe Goodman of New York
'< tirer.
Current directors of the JTA :
beard who. were reelected were:
Victor M. Carter, Los Angeles; ,
Gottlieb Hammpr. \ y: Irving!
Isaacs, Pittsburgh: Morris Lcvln-
ington. D. C; Hyman Safran, De-
troit; Joseph D. Shane. Los An-
geles; and Stephen 1. Stulman,
N. Y. New board members are:
Kelvin Swig, San Francisco: Ben-
nett L. Aaron. Philadelphia:
Marshall Wcinbcrg. N. Y.: and
Donald Carr, Toronto. Moshe Riv-
lin. director general of the Jewish
Agency in Israel, and Nessim Gaon
of Switzerland were elected as
directors.
The board of directors took cog-
nizance of the long and devoted
service of Eleazar Lipaky, board
chairman, and appointed him as a
director for life to be listed on
the roster as Past President and
Dilector for Life."
As president of the JTA, Landau
will be the top laj officer of a
news service operating in more
than 50 countries and transmitting
more than 10.000 words of news
each day. The JTA serves (>"> news-
tapers in the U.S. and (anada
and scores more around the
world.
It provides direct service to Jew-
ish communities, central organiza-
tions, the Jewish leadership and
'cwi-h institutions through daily
, news bulletins published in the
United States. England, Prance,
I South Africa. Argentina and Peru.
JTA distribute-, its news to the
Israeli press and radio through
[TIM, the Israeli newspaper co-
operative. In addition to the JTA
Daily News Bulletin issued in New
rork, JTA publishes the JTA
Weekly .News nicest, a weekly
review of the major developments J
of the week and the JTA Com-
munity News Reporter, a weekly J
report on activities in the Jewish I
community and a weekly feature
service to the American-Jewish
press and the Jewish press abroad.
Motlie Kahaner Sisterhood of j
Beth Torah Congregation. North
Miami Beach will hold its annual!
Torah Fund-Residence Hall Lunch-I
j eon at noon. Tuesday. April 3, in
I the Beth Torah social hall.
The To.rah Fund-Residence Hall
campaign was established by Na-
tional Women's League in behalf
j of the Jewish Theological Seminary
of America. It helps maintain and
1 support the seminary and its pro
grams of education and synagogue
and community service, and pro-
vides for the creatiog of the much
needed Mathilde Schechter Resi-
dence Hall for women students.
Among the various activities of
the seminary are the Raman
camps. The Eternal Light radio
and television shows. Teachers In-
stitute and the Jewish Museum.
Members of the Torah Fund
luncheon committee include Mrs
Marshall BaltUCh, chairman; Mrs.
Frank Kauff. Mrs Harry Handel.
Mrs. Joseph Golden, Mrs. Ewald
Ziffer, Mrs. Stanley Caiden, Mrs
Jacob Mendelson, Mrs. Ceal Basch.
Mrs. Harold Monuse, Mrs. Irving
KrtiRcl. Mrs. Eric Gutman, Mrs.
Morton Reiss. ways and means vice
president, and Mrs. Nat Siesser,
president.,
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DR. WILLIAM WEXLER
Honorary President of B'nai B'rth and Chairman of B'nai B'rith's
International Council. Chairman of the World Conference of Jewish
Organizations.
COMMEMORATING ISRAEL'S 25th YEAR OF INDEPENDENCE
and our rededication to the preservation of Jewish identity and cultural heritage.
We salute the great Youth Services of B'nai B'rith:
Hillel Foundations on over 280 college campuses.
B'nai B'rith Youth Organization, serving over 50,000 young people in 1,100 communities.
Career & Counseling Services in 21 cities.
We salute the dedicated members of the President's and Century Clubs who have made con-
tinuing commitments for the maintenance and expansion of these services.
A musical program will be presented featuring an original Haggadah and men* hers of B'nai
B'rith youth groups.
For reservations, call or write: B'nai B'rith Foundation,
420 Lincoln Rd., No. 445
Miami Beach, Fla. 33139
Tel. 531-8893
Murray A. Shaw, Chairman.
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+Jewlati fhridfimri
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Beach Hadassah Groups
Plan Varied Programs
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadas-
sah Groups are meeting on the
following dates:
Stephen S. WHe meeting at the
Algiers Hotel at noon, Monday.
A card game will follow the busi-
ness meetisu Mrs. Gertrude
Sosna will preside.
Israeli Group eye hank luncheon
at thi Algiers Hotel Thursday.
April 3 at noon. Accordionist and
singer. Phil Shadlin, will enter
tain. :.-. Esther Meyer will pre-
side.
Kadimah meeting at the Singa-
pore Hotel on Monday, at noon.
Mrs. Emanuel Mentz, president of
th.- .Miami Beach Chapter of
Hadass will speak on hospital
supplies for Mi. Scopus Hospital.
Mrs Louis N'eleber will preside.
Hainan Sene*ch meeting at the
Algiers Hotel Monday at noon.
Mrs Sanford Jacobson, education
, chairman of the Miami Beach
Chapter of Hadassah. will be guest
i speaker. Mrs. Bamet Baron will
preside.
Emma Lazarus will have its eye
bank luncheon at the Holiday Inn
at Collins and 87th St. on Monday
j at noon. Cards will be offered.
Betty Greenberg and Ella Chester
are co-chairmen. Mrs. Henrietta
Fine will preside.
I,ouis D. Brandtis will have its
Youth Aliyah luncheon at the
Fontainebleau Hotel Thursday.
April 5. at noon. Mrs. Harry Moel
will be chairman of the day. Co-
chairmen are Mesdames Nathan
Levine. Harry Galanter and Clara
Hyde. Mrs. Gertrude Reinwald will
preside.
Mi*. Sylvia G. Schor accepts the State of Israel Atzmaut
(Independence) Award at the Caesarea County Club-Dinner
of S'ate. Presenting the award to Mrs. Schor.. who accepted
it or behalf of herself and her husband. Judge Benjamin H.
Schci, were Hi SaLs (left) director of the Greater Miami Israel
Bo;-..' Organization, and Herbert Henschel, honorary chair-
ma ; of the dinner.
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Greater Miami Jewish Federation's 1973
CJA-IEF campaign. The gathering, for the
residents of Brickell Town House, resulted,
in a 42 per cent increase over the same
gifts to last year's campaign. Shown (from
left) Howard Hirschfield, a member of the
GMJF young leadership cabinet, who spoke
to the gathering; Mr. and Mrs. Wexler (Reva
Wexler is president of the GMJF Women's Di-
vision); the Wexlers' daughter Myra and
State Sen. Kenneth M. Myers.
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With ISABEL GKOVE
Mrs. M. Cohen Honored By Fla. Region ORT
Mrs Myron Cohen, president. American ORT, was named "Worn- the Hebrew University in Jew-
* Women's, an of the Year" at the Southeastern salem.
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Sttncoast Chapter
II you haven't seen "From Is- ris (Sheila) Waldman, a co-owner
reel With Inove" hurry to the | of Camp Ocala. has been named
Beach Theatre. Go see the engag- secretary for the State of Florida
ing young performers from the Is- chapter of the American Camping
Assn. The authoritative national or-
ganization creates criteria, rules
and regulations for its member
camps. A summer facility for boys
and girls. Camp Ocala is in the
Ocala National Forest.
i- ft The Eurcpa Restaurant on Coral
Way is now presenting a series of
luncheon fashion shows from 12:15
to 1:45 every Monday. Wednesday
and Friday, and during the cock
tail hour Mondays and Fridays.
Presentation and commentary are
by Miss Stevie Lynn. The models
show sportswear, bikinis and unus-
ual dresses.
t-Y Lots of traveling for area resi-
dents. I. Jules Arkin and lovely
wife. Sandra, left March 22 for a
vacation in Australia and New
Zealand. Dr. Stanley Richardson
took a two-week skiing trip to
Switzerland and Italy in February.
And Bill and Irene Burns, mark-
ing their 25th wedding anniver
sary March 28, off for a tout
trip to Toky Hon Kong, Bang
kok and Sin apore
Travelers here from Londi
are Mr. and Mrs, David Pela who!
are staj ing al the Monte Carl
r I Mi Pela is del; r ol
the London Chronii
Florida region of Women's Amer-
ican ORT tribute luncheon held i
Members of the luncheon com-
ican uki innuw fc ;'r mittee were Mrs. Howard Horn,
March 7 at the Doral Beach Hotel., airman> Mrs silvie Spmmi,
Mrs. David Sashin. national exec-, Fritzie Leit and Mrs. Louis Baron.
utive speakers bureau chairman,!----------------------------------------
who recently returned from Eur- FC.c.ED BUSES will get new
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guest speaker.
Mrs. Cohen was presented with ,
an oil painting by Blanche Carr. j
international artist. Mrs. PMlip
Stark. Florida region president,
made the presentation.
Among guests were the 14 found-
ers of the School of Engineering
now being built on the grounds of'
ban routes will bo painted blue,
and tourist coaches red. Th
present colors are light green
for regular route vehicles and
light blue for tourist roaches.
What's more, loudspeakers ar
going to be Installed in all l>use<
to allow the drivers to announce
the next stop.
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I th fir 60th wedding anniver
at the Americana Hotel on
i 16. Their son, Eugene, who
i partner of Louis Nizer, fam-
Ne-.v York attorney, helped
'I'.ilp the affair with his wife
two sons. Active in many'
.; affairs here, Lewis Kline is I
esident of the Four Freedom's
; nevolenl Association, and serves
I he boards of the Triton Tow-
- and the Four Freedom's Civic
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A first grandchild for Judge'
Milton A. and Sylvia Friedman.
rren Wayne Friedman born
March 16 at North Miami General
K >pital weighed in at 8 lbs. 13 ozs.
Happy parents are Kenneth and
Friedman. Maternal grand- j
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R:eger of North Miami Beach. Bris |
for the little prince was held on
March 23.
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A surprise dinner was tendered
Mi. and Mrs. Adolphe Stattner of
i Beach by children and
grandchildren in honor of their
60th wedding anniversary at the
illon Hotel. Present at tth?
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Bill Stattner, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Stattner, Mr. and Mrs. Eli Bernett,
Mrs. B. Taylor, Mrs. Mildred Hal-
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The Miami Beach Recreation
Division announces that on
Thursday, April 12, Leonard
Helfand, director of legal serv-
,,,., for senior citizens, will
present the fourth in a series of
lectures and discussions in col-
laboration with the Social Se
cuity Board. On Thursday, April
19. the division will present a
program Darkness." Both programs will
start at 2 p.m. and will be held
at the South Shore Community
Center.
:: fr it
I mil-- ttishopiic. Inc., was the
major award winner in the 12th
Annual Addy Awards March 16.
The Miami office of the mar-
keting communication! agency
received 17 awards, including
one gold medal and 11 first
. Is,
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"Ret riment Vears will be
of the April 4 Mini-
.. t> Day of the Mental
ssoci ition at S mth
vities 'enter, 25
yve. from 1-3:30
annual Footlighters
I : aament April 30 at
intr; lub v I
nP :.'' ind
imerl
; benefit of V'a
. Found
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Dr Dr. Gi 3
I : ivei it;
s< hi ol of Medici le,
\ hi i t sp> ikers
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Dad< in.ty Chapter, Amer-
ican Ri.' C.'oss. Is sponsoring
five d renl serii of water
truetor naming courses
\i and May. Classes meet
twice weekly for five weeks.
Minimum i age is 1" for men and
Homi
The Democratic Club of Miami
Beach .11 hold its general
!.. n Wednesday at 8 p.m.
in th (Billion Hotel. Dr. Leon-
ard Habe will review his tenure
Mi, Beach Councilman.
a.
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Maureen Brody HarwiU, a
community leader, filed for
Mayor of North Miami, citing
the need to "stop the great city
giveaway." Mrs. Harwitz began
her campaign to become the
first elected woman to the five
man council.

Frank Smathers. Jr., chairman
of the hoard and president of
United Bancshares of Florida,
Inc., Robert F. Griffith, chair-
man of Boynton Beach First
National Bank and Trust, and
John M. Howell, president, re-
vealed that their respective
boards had approved an agree-
ment for Boynton Beach First
National Bank and Trust to
become a member of the S542
million registered barjt holding
company.
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The Musicians Benevolent So- |
ciety cf the .Miami Federation of
Musicians is presenting its first
annual "Parade of All-Star
Bands" at the Miami Beach
Auditorium, April 9 ri- event
will feature many famous music-
makers in i n n sui h as:
s..... Spear, Vaughn Monroe.
Ait Mooney, Ira Sullivan. Emery
Deu| ch and Vincent Lopez.
Patients Representatives
First National Meeting
PATIENTS at Shaarc Zedek Hos
pital in Jerusalem can now press
a button to call a doctor or narse
Saturdays uitho'it fear of desecrat-
ing the Sabbath, according to a
hospital spokesman. A new sys-
tem, involving a mechanical op-
eration which does not activate an
electric circuit, has been installed
at the hospital.
The first national meeting of.
The Society of Patient Reprcsen j
tatives of the American Hospital :
Association will be held April
12-13 at the Eden Roc Hotel.
Mrs. Jacqueline Dale, director \
of Patient Relations at Cedars of
Lebanon Hospital, and president-
elect of the national service or-1
ganization. heads the local host
committee.
Mayor Chuck Hall will attend i
the opening luncheon on April 12 .
and present the key to the city to ;
Mrs. Ruth Ravich of New York.
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D Sliced Yellow Cling Peaches
? Yellow Cling Peaches. Halve?
? chocolate Covered Macaroons q Elber|a Peaches Halve5
D Matzo
? Thin Tea Matzos
Q Egg Matzos
? 100% Whole Wheat
? MatzoFarlel
D MatzoMeal
D Matzo Cake Meal
? Matzo Cereal
CAKE MIXES
? Sponge Cake Mi/
? Chocolate Cake Mix
Q Colfee Cake Mix
? Yellow Cake Mix
? Marble Cake Mix
? Honey Cake Mix
? Pound Cake Mix
? Chocolate Chillon Cake Mix LJ scnav
O Chocolate Chip Cookies
D Chocolate Nut Cookies
? Almond Cookies
? Jelly Top Cookies
? EggKichel
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? Dietetic Egg Kichel
? Assorted Dietetic Cookf
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D Beet-Cabbage Soup
D Borscht
D Borscht. Low caloric
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GEFILTE FISH
? Getilte Fish in Liquid Broth
Q Fishballs
O Fishlets
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? Whitedsh-Pike. Liquid Broth
? Whitedsh-Pike. Fishlets
? Whitefish-Pike. Jelled BroiP
? Getilte Fish (in cans)
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? Strawberry
? Cherry
D Raspberry
? Marble Chitfon Cake Mix
? Honey Chitfon Cake Mix
? Chocolate Brownie Mix
? Coconut Macaroon Mix
? Chocolate Macaroon Mix
? Chocolate Frosting Mix
CAKES. COOKIES
? Fruit Cuts
D MandelCutS
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? Choc Chip Mandel Loal
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D Marble Mandel Loal
D Clnn Raisin Mandel Loal
? Macaroons. Almond Flavor
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? Macaroons. Coconut
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D Fruit Cocktail
D Bartlett Pears
? Apple Sauce
? Cranberry Sauce
? Stewed Prunes
? Fruit Compote
D Apple Juice
? Prune Juice
Q Tomato Juice
GROCERIES. CONDIMENTS
? Bakit
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Q Potato Starch
? Mandlen for Soup
? Matzo Balls. Canned
D Kosher Pickles
? Deluxe Delight
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? Catsup
? Tomato Mushroom Sauce
\3 Honey (Product ot Israel)
? Coffee. All-Purpose
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? Jellied Fruit Slices
? Marmal Jells
? Assorted hard candies (in bags)
? Griddle Cake Mix
D Matzo Ball and Soup Mix
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? Cleanser
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Q Veal (Strained or Chopped)
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vJenisti Morictfor
Friday, March 30. 1973
From left to right, Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz presenting a
scroll for "generous support" to "angels" Dr. Samuel Green-
field and Charles Sommer and Dave Alper.
Seacoast Towers West
Bend Pledge $80,000
"our years ago Ben Cutler 01-
.. nized a dinner for the residents
. Seacoast Towers West on be-
' :.: if ll.i' Greater Miami Jewish
Ideration's Combined Jewish
aMsrael Emergency Fund
npaign. The result was a $1,200
gift to that year's campaign.
I Thursday night, over 1*0
S acoast Towers West residents
n led a dinner and pledged
er $80,000 to the 1973 CJA-IEF
i-mpaign.
Albert Tauberg Is 1973 CJA-IEF
; icoast Towers West chairman.
Cutler, aIo;>g with Sidney Kin;.'
' irahara if. Schwartz and .Meyer
ers, coordinated the dinner
i '.nil honored Abraham Bla ^v
The 1973 CJA-IEF Campaign
Committee for Seacoa.-t Tower:
West inrludes: Abe Feli7. honor
ary chairman; Mrs. Ruth Karshan.
Women'.- division chairman; Mrs
Frances Beckerman. Abrahair
Blavis. Isidore Denberg. Miehac
Drucker. Michael Ferman, Edward
.'ranko' Jules Guterman, Fred
Jjnas, William Karshan. Phillir
Lown, Mrs. Eleanor Mo.ss, David
Urhman. Al Roth. Albert Sloane
Abraham Warshawsky and Johr.
Weisman,
Kinneret Pioneer Women
Plan Sunday Meeting
Chapter
Kiiineret Chapter of Pioneer
Women will hold its regular meet
_ Sunday afternoon, April 8, ai
ishington Federal. 1133 Nor
i andy Dr.
Hyman Berland has prepared ;;
; ugram in memorium of the six
llion who perished in the hnlo
i.ist. Regina Balin, songstress,
v. II entertain.
Thirties (Joinedv
Prevented Bv
Zion Theatre
Temole Zion Theatre Guild is
"relenting "You Can'i Tike [i
With You" on March 31, Anril 1,
~ and 8 at the temple Curtain time
;> 8 pin
The George S. Kaufman -Moss
\Iizraehi Women
Woman of Year
Is Fanny April
Mrs. Jeanne Finkelatein, co
>rdinator of the Florida Councl
if Mizrachi Women, announces the
ouncil's annual Youth Aliyal
'.inchcon honorirttflW "Wbrhan of
se Year." Mrs. ^'mnri Anril. pres-
ident of the Aviva chapter, on
Thursday. April 5 at noon, in the
Eden Roc Hotel.
Chairmen of this gala function
are Francine Katz, president of
Gcula chapter, and Ruth Zellner,
council fund-raising chairman and
s vice president of the Hatikvah
hapter.
Guest speaker will be Mrs.
Dvorak Rabinowitz. honorary na-
ional president of Mizrachi
Vomen. and chairman of the Israel
xecutive board.
The honoree, .Mrs. April, wife
f Rabbi Simon April, has been
resident of the Aviva chapter foi
nine years and was charter mem
>er of the Tamara chapter, the
irst Mizrachi Women's chapter in
Miami.
The Aprils have lived in Miami
for 32 years Rabbi April main
ained his pulpit at Beth Kodesh
J for 20 years and at Beth Tov foi
I ix years until ill health forced
lini into retirement last year.
Mrs. \pni has been a chaplain
oi the \merican Jewish Congress,
president of Women's branch of I
Mthodox Jcwi.h Congregation in I
I Miami and Hebrew and Sunday 1
'hooi teacher.

Pioneer Women I nits
Set Regular Meetings
Hi-Rise Tikvah Chapter of
Pioneer Women will hold a meet
ing on Tuesday, at 12:30 p.m. in j
the card room at 1200 West Ave.
'Iart comedy was a Pulitzer pria
winning play in the thirties, and Mrs. Rebecca Asncr will introduce
he movie won the Academy guest speaker. Samuel Riser who
\ward for best film of 1938. will review "The Book of' Pro-
Tlie production Is being directed i verbs." Sally Gersten will preside.
a Kenneth N Kurtz, professor & & -ft
>f drama at the University of x. ...
Miami Tl"' Bw,a Idelson Chapter will
\ NEW YESHIV.A called Ramat hold a regular meeting on Wed-
ffispin opened recently on the Go-! Tickets may be obtained by call- nesday, April 11. at noon in the
ha Heights. Graduates of the Bnai '" "'<' tempi.' office or at the Washington Federal. 1133 Nor-
Iktva youth movement now doing aOOF. Joan Tanner is publicity mandv Dr. Fannie Gibson pres-
their army service in Vahal have '"rector of the group. ident," will conduct the meeting.
formed the special kind of yeshiva' '
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and p .ai d duty at night.
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-Jewlsfi nrridttmn
toge 8-C
Local Philanthropists
Israel Bond Ilonorees
Local philanthropists will be
k.mored with the State of Israel
pcroll of Honor during "Night in
srael" celebrations under the
luspices of the Greater Miami
Israel Bond Organization during
hi coming weeks.
Author Jack H. Levin will be
iiid al Seacoaat Towers South
in Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Mrs.
arne.v Pearlman is chairman of
lie complex Israel Bond com-
nittee.
Posts Mr, Levin has held are
member i Lea i in Florida and New
chief justice, B'nai B'rlth
district Court; national Commis-
loner of Vocational Service.
B'nai B'rith; chairman of the
1 of the Gold Coast Lodge.
JB; member of the first World
. ish Congress in 1036; New
ork chairman of the Aid to
rrael Program; irgunisl county
i m for Materials for Pales-
tine: and director, Trafalgar Hos-
' New York.
Mr. Levin Is also president of
si lents oi B'nai B'rith,
York City, and serves as
President of the Seacoasl Towers
outh Men's Club He i- the author
f two non-fiction books, "Mar-
i i J orals and Mothballs" and
Syi the Bye.1
'!.., president of the North Bay
village Jewish Center will be
honored at Treasure Houm on
Wednesday, at 8 p.m.
Daud S. Kumble, who is also
practicing attorney on Miami
Beach, is a Member of the Bar
: i b >"h Florida and New York
State and is active on the Heal
Property, Probate, and Trust Com-
mittees of the American Bar Assn.
nil ,- admitted to practice in Dis
strict Court- in Florid* and N, w
fork and. before the Interstate
'Commerce Commission and the
Board of Immigration Appeals.
Mr. Kumble has taken part in
numerous fund-raising campaigns
for Israel Bonds. B'nai B'rith
the American Red Cross, and
other organizations and is a past-
chancellor of the Knights of
Pythias.
Treasure House Israel Bond
chairman is George Gudis.
Humorist Joey Russell will en-
tertain.
Re idents ol Forte Towers will
celebrate Israel's 25th anniversary
starting at 8 p.m. on Sunday,
April 8.
The celebration i< sponsored by
the Forte Towers Israel bond
eomn ittee, beaded bj George N.,
Kotin, chairman, ami I. Victor
Ament co-chairman. Vice chair-
men of the committee are Dr.
Maurice ') Emhoff, Max Newman.
William Pinsker, and Harry Wein-
berg.
Emil Cohen. Jewish humorist
and raconteur, will entertain.
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News of research strides in de-
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could produce a test for carriers
of the gene responsible for cystic
fibrosis within about two years
was brought back from the Na-
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i sis Conference in Washington, O.C.
\ by Franklin Kreutzer, preside it.
South Florida chapter Mr. Kreutzi <
said that scientists at the cor..
ence have reported the isolal i
! and purification of blood prr.
; present in patients nnrl terrier [
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* Jewish nnridliairi
Friday. Match 30, 1973
Temple Sinai Pledges
CJA-IEF Support
The board of directors of North
Dade'a Temple Simii has approved
a resolution calling for the con-
gregational support of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation's annual
Combined Jewish Appeal Israei
Emergency Fund campaigns.
According to Rabbi P. Kingslcy.
| spiritual leader of the reform con-
| gregation, the resolution is one of
the first adopted in the area in
support of the 1973 CJA-IEF cam-
| paign.
The resolution, in part, calls for
Temple Sinai members to "make
a contribution, in the greatest
i amount possible.' to fhs CJA-IEF,
I and sdVRR that "such j contribu-
tion constitutes a rclu )US act in
discharge of each member's obli-
gation to his congrega; in and to
world Jewry.''
t The proceeds from F i-'ration's
, annual can.paigns help t'und SO
I local, national and overwas social
! welfare agencies.
The Jewish community of
j Greater Miami is the f_ (test grow-
ing Jewish community lutside of
i Israel and the fifth larg sst Jewish
community in the US
Obviously pleased at the success of the na-
tional dinner of the American Friends of
the Hebrew University at the Eden Roc Hotel
are these principals in the celebration of
Israel's 25th anniversary of independence.
From left are Lewi=s E. Zorn, Harry (Hap)
Levy, Richard Levy, Israel Economic Minis-
ter Ze'ev Sher and Louis Wolfson II. Mr.
Wolfson was general chairman of the din-
ner at which Mr. Zorn and Richard Levy re-
ceived 1973 Torch of Learning Awards from
the American Friends. Harry Levy is presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Chapter of the
Hebrew University unit, and Minister Sher
was the guest speaker at the banguet hon-
oring Sen. Humphrey and the Torch of
Learning Laureates. Not pictured are award-
ees Max Kampelman of Washington and
Nathan (Nate) Shafran of Cleveland.
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NEW!
FOR THE FIRST
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YEARLY
LEASES
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Pioneer Women
Annual Donor
I >n Sunday
Some 1.200 Pioneer Women of
South Florida will celebrate Is-
rael's 25th anniversary at the
annual donor luncheon to be held
c-n Sunday, in the Fontainebieau
Hotel.
Dr. Allen Pollack, professor of
Russian and European history at
Yeshiva University, will be guest
speaker.
Mrs Harriet Green, president of
South Florida Council, will aot as
chairperson for the luncheon,
with the invocation to be deliv-
ered by Mrs. Bertha Liebmann.
A ceremony commemorating the
25 years of Israel's independence,
"The Menrrah Progress," will be
presented with guest artist. Cantor
Stephen Dubow. Narrators for the
presentation will be Mrs. Murray
Mittler and Mrs. Ralph Fistel. '
Greetings from Pioneer Women's
national office will be given by
Mrs. Clara Leff, past national pres-
ident.
Committee chairmen arc Mrs
Gisela Gutter and Mrs. Veda
Gruber. hostesses, Mrs. Katherine
Lippman. decorations; Mrs. Bertha
Liebmann, seating: Pauline Lev-
Jck, dais: Mrs. Bertha Miller and
Mrs. Sadie Lowy, door: and Margot
Bergthal, dramatic presentation
chairman.
The anthems will be lead by
Mrs Fannie Gibson.
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* Uwicfr Mtr-UrtfrMl
Page IKJ

Lelchuk And Feldman
Unopposed For Council
'>*

Sisterhood Holds
Garden Party On
Hotel Rooftop
Mrs. Harry B, Smith and Mrs.
Allan P. Wilson are cochairing the | The voters of Bay Harbor i ago. Their son. Steve, a nativi
, Hipring Gawten-Barty" of Temple | Island* wiH gb' tvtlwpolls on | of Bay Harbor Islands, iff-in hi3
Beth Sholom Sisterhood to be held
Wedne-:day noon. April 11, on the
Dora! Reach Hotel rooftop.
The aft air. which is serving as
the celebration of Temple Beth
Sholom's 30th anniversary, will
feature Rurdino's Fashion Fantasia
Printemps. and is under the direc-
tion of Mrs. Harold Unger.
Committee members are Mes-
dames Leon Kronish, Leonard
Miller. Irvine Miller. Stanley Ar-
kin. Maurice Esformes. Meyer Kot-
ler, president of Sisterhood. Sam-
uel Leiner. Manuel Zaiac and Anna
Miller. Mrs. Walter Lebowitz i-
program chairman.

m
/yaloiis who will be featured at the Beth Israel Con-
ftc::ci< Israel Passover Festival Thursday, April 15, at
the Miami Boach Auditorium. Curtain time is 8:15 p.m. for
the performance which will clso mark the 25th anniversary
^Be Su-te cf Israel. Tickets may b.= puichasecl at the
Blcrium or by mail from Beth Israel Congregation.
MRS. HARRY SMITH
3ar(on Holiday- Treats
Old World Favorites
BajMfi \ has revived more of its come in assorted or parve.
eld woii i recipes for Passover' The Barton plant is under year-
oakeaan.: :m-. >car three new deli-. rou|ul supcrvision of the Union of
caews an- ottered for the holiday. A. .. _
Theeho...l..u- nut c,,ke is smooth Orthodox Congregations of An er-
and fluffy packed with chopped and ev<;'lv Product cames ,he
pecans and walnuts tonoed with I seal of Kashruth, _____________I
chocolate fundge icing. The 1 lb. 8
oz. site comes in a decorated gift.______lt tin. Then there's a coconut pine-j the circu|t cqurt QF THE
apple cake, rich in tropical eoco-i eleventh judicial circuit
nut and plump pineapple in a 1 lb.i d'ade'c'ountv
10 oz. gift tin and a 14 oz. loaf. probate division
PROBATE NO. 73-1676
The third new Passover cake is I J. gwynn parker
the Vienn-se nut cake with its IV.^^Fm'jMKES
crunchy. nuttv texture. It too deceased.
~-~. i i .i,nc NOTICE TO CREDITORS
cornea in two sizes. .,.,, A ,.,.,,,,;,., .,,, AM ,.. ......, n.,v
Claims or Demands Axalnal Said
All the old Passover favorites Estate:
will be da. Barton's ,o. The .,/;;;;j;^^--^
mandel > It. toasted cake slices uiii,h i,,w m.iv have aa-alnid
filled v ii ebonies, raisins and tat. .; "">;"! '*< ....
walnuts in a H oz. package; the lir-uii Judges of Dade Counts and
. ,. ..r. i! duplli ate and it in
tooney i ke, miniaiture layer ,.., ,i -.. 7jsm 11..', smk
, I. ... ___,____. in-.-, in Iheir ..fie-.- hi ih. r< m iuy i __ _
cakes, diicious cookie assortment, ,, ,,,.,. ,-..,.. ,-, ., {>:.,.,,-. k,.,,,,,. s
macaroon, petit four, and more. : J" *< ^ IV<
enior year at tue University >t
Wisconsin in Madison.
The Council seat that lias I.
held for 26 years by Ma. .
Shepard Broad is being vacated
due to the retirement of Mr.
Broad from public office. It is this
Council opening that Feldman v '.'.
fill.
Feldman moved to Bay Harl
[stands f,um his native citj
PI I iburgh in 1967. if.' has tal n
an active interest in muni
affairs from the time thai he
ived, and participated in
II izens' c immittees dealing
community needs.
I' d ; Univeri
burgh i '' thi LTni'
<>f Wia onsir
idmini iiati ii a E n
business activity in 1 tsl
:i the disti ibut n of de ta
menl and supp io i served
MAxniDUAH ieneral ma ";''; .","
of the company with which he
Lelchuk and newcomer Max G
Feidman as councilmen for four
..ear te ms. ii".h ichuk and
.'"eidiiia i1 alified for the Council
ace i ri ii to the d< adline on
March 13. They are unopposed.
Lelchuk. or ierry as his friends
all hit served the munici
iali1 fron it< inception in April.
>i-i; He was elected as a (ouncil
.nan wlv.n the Town ii organized
In 1940. when the Council-Manage
(form oi government was adopted
Lelchuk resigned his Council sea
and was appointed [own Manage!
; ,le served in that capacity unti
' .y57, at which time he resi ;ne<
rum the manager's position tc
nter privati business: however
ie c mtinued .is Tax Assessor until
,95'J when he was appointed to
ill an opening on the Town Coun-
cil.
Since that time, he has served
continuously on the Council, hav-
ng been rcelected in 1961, 1965 I
nd 1969 for four-year terms. His |
,ew term, which will conclude in j
!977, will round out an even 30 American countries,
/ears of public service.
Feldman's military duly was
In addition to his administrative Vllil l)u, United States Air For e
ind Council responsibilities. Lei- from 1942 to 1946. He was
iiited from service a; a Lieu tens t
. nel, having served a^ Base
Executive Officer of his last
station.
associated. He also served as
narket research and business con-
ultant for four United Stal <
Latin
' Mil--
t the
Mthe cakes are "parve" which ,. j 0 | n I l()(l U<(*
means .'!> ma\ he eaten with
Tand dairy meals.
Plli .I in Miami. Florida. '
Hi Mnr.-h. \ 11 '
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\ I'm cutrix
SIMON HAY \ < \H\\ KKii
Bart' also has dozens of de-i ,"" ,:" ,"r'v
lieiou.- .e..l..ie i.-Mirtmciit.-. ani
j^^Bi c- hi tlu holi'lay.
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The 1' ver Bartonettes, which
t of continental miniatures,
"
LEG/SI NOTICE
IN THI CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
[LEVi \fH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
\ PROBATE DIVISION
I PROBATE NO. 73-1938
in R>: i
NATHA.s I'iU'I.IN"
^i- ii.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All i red!tor* and All PiTHonn Hav-
Ing Hiim "i Demand* atcalml Bald
Batata

Color TV Pictures
Kennel Club will h<
i' hound racing to
u e thi lar i olor talc
. rture f >r the
i<.. runnin of races and the in
..;,,, ,;.... t was mfirmed bi
nes C
. of a con
iraci for r\ I"- Supi i Vision sys-
1 d seasot .'' nin May 5
j and continuing through Sept. 4.
The Biscayne screen :!0x40 feet
{with a 28x:i(> foot picture, will be
m the top of the tote board in fall
view of the grandstand and club
house.
Similar large screen closed cir
huk has been involved in manj
pecial undertakings and meaning
ful projects within the Town. He
n'ganized the original Volunteer
".! Department and served with
the volunteers for over 20 years
He lives Aith his wife, Bcttie, in
the home they built on West
roadvi iw Dr. more than 20 j n
in Bay Harbor [stands, he lives
hi the Bay Hatboi Continental, .i
cooperative apartment, inhere
has served as president for '
years as well as secretary and
treasurer for varying periods.
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
iNO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EL'WFNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO 7"-737$
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
I v 111-- the Mai i-i.iu- f:
DOMIXIOt'E i\\'"iT:\'r Huaband
r.iii loner
and
u II I IB REE GRIFPIN INNOCENT.
W'ifi'. Ilv in.ml, nt
i'i i: wii IK RBE QRIPPIN
INN< ICENT
VOll ARE HEREBY NOTIPIED
in,i an aetlon for Diaaolntlon "f Slar- cuit color was used here last sum-
hIiimI you nii'l
l&fii. is In the CounW Courthooaa
lv County, Ptorlaa, witnln mt
r monlhs frnm the, time Of
El pubUoatlon hereof, or the
? ill !>. Imrred. .
I ;,i .Minmi. Florida, thin H fla
[ ..f March, A 1) ItW.
Zev W. KoKan
Ruhhl Irving I^lirman
An C'o-ExceulorH
1 iiuhlieation of this notice on
tha'JW "!.^ "f Mureh. W7.
Cnldin. Koean. RothenhcrK &
.KomMuni
by: Zev \v k..khh. ''
Attorney fur /.ev. W K.-iran &
rviiiK LoUrjnaii
oln Rd.
May i. inT.t: otherwlaa di'fnult will
Ke entered n^Mnst nm f"r tha relief,
ilemamled In Hie c-omnlalnl or oelillon | tested during the five official Bl.s-
The Supervision system will be
This notice shall ie nuhiish..,! on.-.j tayno schooling programs: April Shown (left to right) Mrs. Miriam Malina, trustee B'nai B'rith
**^"2LJ!Lj?m,'2ZXZ?ly' wePkS. KM!)! and Mav 2-3. *
Women North Dade Chapter, Mrs. Ronald Jay, president
BBW North Dade-Broward Council, and Mrs. Herman Mor-
des, BBYO chairman, BBW Me Ami Chapter, examine the
latest BBYO program aid on Soviet Jewry. BBW locally have
undertaken a new in-dpth alliance with the 30 youth chap-
ters they sponsor.
in ttif .ikwish Finnim.xv
WITNKSK mv hand pod 'he aeal of
l.l pffll*l nl Mlnml. Fl'iriila ml this
J7 dav "f Manh. li>73
||H'HI'D P nniNk'KR.
A r*le*ii. Circuit <"oorl
Dalle i iin'v. ^in'lda
nvB J POY
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i-in"li Court Seal)
r>V'V-H RRTT.R ESQ.
ii""'. C'-iii^res" Rull^ln^
m,ml KlorMe Mil!
AMornov for Petitioner
I ::n 4.T.-1.1-I0
'25-26-28 and May 2-3.
"In addition to the actual run-
ning and the instant replays, the
big screen will be used between
races to entertain fans with other
sports color action," said Mr.
Knight who predicts widespread
use of Supervision in American
sports, particularly in the new
domed stadiums.



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*Jenist NuMtofi
Friday, March 30. I97J
Apartment by River
New Riven Lifestyle by the Isaacsons.
Garry Isaacson and his wife, Pam,
moved up to River Reach from
Miami about a month ago. The
Isaacsons live life to the brim. And
love even minute of it. Like having
breakfast on their balcony and
watching the boats glide past on
New River. And the companionship
bf neighbors who've made them
feel at home here. Thev like the
security of living on an island.
With only one entrance guarded by
a manned gatehouse 24-hours a
day. They like being close to
downtown Fort Lauderdale (just
five minutes away). And Miami is
only a 30 minute drive via 1-95,
with the Davie Boulevard
Interchange just 5 blocks to the
west. With all that convenience
they live in a lovely residential area.
Out of the shadows of tall buildings
and away from the crowds and the
traffic. You can move up to River
Reach for as little as $27,700.
Come on. Grab a little gusto. Get
it together with the now f>eople at
River Reach. If you don't believe
the living's great, just ask the
Isaacsons.
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RIVER lu?aCH
$27 iw'to ^SS^TT Vth 2 ***"" ^'imenu from
MftttJM t^Z^ 'J^"*"" parti..ent, from $29,300
SWW,!;,^""^"11 in r" Laud*** on
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Paae 2-C rJewist Her Mian Friday, March 30, 1973 Paul Benjamin Honored At Yeshiva U. Dinner Corjjjnunal leader Paul Benjamin lional Jewish community. Among ( %  +v.\ be guest of honor at the Florthe many causes which have beneida Friends of Yeshiva University fitted from his participation are the International Synagogue at Kennedy Airport, of which he is a founder and member of the board of directors: the Jewish Concilialion Board of Now York City, of which he is a judge and director: j the Hillcrcst Jewish Center, of which he. is a life member, an:! the Community Relations Council of Hollywood, on whose executive board he-serves. He is also a director and membership chairman, of SC'i>i:"'Hollywood chapter. M0* PAUL BBNJAMIH I award dinner Thursday. April 7. 6 p.m., at the Fontainebl IU Hotel it was announced by J • ar I Zilbert, chairman. Mr. Benjamin will be presented v Yeshiva University's h lade for volunteer leadership. t i %  Award, in reeogniof "outstanding leadership in i of educational and humanity ..:. causes." '. Master Build"r of Yeshiva I'ni n Paul Benjamin has been a 1 figure in the endeavors of, a lizations serving the intemaAs a Rotal club member, he delivered messages of goodwill to chanter meeting-, throughout the Orient and Israel while on a journey of international friendshi the organization, in 1972. An expression i f his activities is the Jane Hid Paul Benjamin Youth ("enter. bu it by him for B'nai A K'far HaCarmel settlement in laifa, Israel. Mr. Benjamin has n bonon d bj the Israel Bonds! Organization. Plans for the community wide I tribute are being coordinated by the chairmin. Mr. Zilbert, with the aid of Charles Fruchtman, honorary chairman: Mrs. Sorrel R Bollet, Harry H. Frankel, Moses Hornstein. Jack Lee. Mrs. William Rancher, and Mrs. Sydelle Schlan< :. eochairmen. The dinner is held annually under the auspices of the Florida Friends of Yeshiva University, an organization of area industrial and 1 professional leaders, educators, narents of students and alumni who identify with and support the goals, of the institution. Richard Talton New President Asthmatic Group Richard C Talton has been elected president of the Asthmatic Children's Foundation of Florida, succeeding Edward Lassman. Mr. Talton is "a vice president of Chase Federal Savings and Loan Assn. Lee Howard is the Foundation's new vice president: Larry Karel. treasurer, and Israel Friedman, re-elected secretary. Mrs. William C. Hanford has been named honorary vice president of the non-profit organization. The Asthmatic Children s F tundation of Florida maintains a residrntial treatment center in North Miami Beach, dedicated to the care of severely asthmatic youngt< rs I Temple Menorah Sets First Angel Ball Temnle Menorah will sponsor itfirst annual angel ball on Sunday. April 29. at the Fontaine hlcau Hotel honoring supporters of the Menorah Day School. Robert i. Siegel is president. The Menorah Day School, an accredit d Solomon S< hechter School, has three grades in which both English and Hebrew subjects are taught. An additional will be added each of the sue cessive years until a full program of elementary school ill be avail able. Angels for tl I all Hi Mr D ive I "" ;:i1 Mi I Hyman I. Cohen. Mr. and I Irwin Zuckerman. Mr., ar.d I Charles Sommer. Joe Rubin, [ ind Mrs. Joseph Mansbach. and Mrs Howard M. Katzen i and Mrs. Fred Warren, Mr Mrs. Irwin I. Cohn. and Dr. I Mrs. Samuel Greenfield. Mrs. Mrs. Mr. Mr. Mr. and and A cantata entitled 'Israel — A Promise and Its Fulfillment" dedi. cated to the 25th annivei the State of Israel, will i sented by the students M< norah Day Sch< Proceeds from thi dim i r will %  .. i towards Mainti nance t>f the Menorah Day S il. e_3-^ vaessgi Qmiienic&b Mail Mtu/ufa % 19 E Oh EERD, / Specialists in all ohese: of high fashion hair styling and coloring the latest in blow-cu's. Open 7 Days Mr.Fitts-:, ; Q)omentcX% *)! MissTerry \ .„ QL** ,IL __. Y > former | J-Vil IV % Miss Sylvia! ***+**„ fl Start a tradition with our Lenox Seder Plate. A.Lj ted fro inautheni l>tl em %  %  the \ Y Jewish Museum. I'ht six symbolic U* ...ted in Hebrew in >i karat gold Make uui ler more meaningful with this iradition.il Seder plate $35 Jtwt-lifi • Siivettmichs • CICOIUICH-IMS W. -•!...!. i M..IIV Dadclan. I MJ||., : ... Shoppioc ( emrr*/Multi Pain Spnnjn Mi!, ,.,,1 GiMct ru Miraric Mile/Downtown; ir.n East FJaglu StMci/Poqipaoo Hail SquayFi Lauderdali 159 J SunriK B|vd /Hollywood M *< Ipt-u >i.;l,!.,v I.' Ml („ 1 -" On April 11973 the s.s.Statendam will cruise the Mediterranean visiting Israel for the holidays. GIBRALTAR -Trjr^CA FUNCHAl • ^' TANOJfcl VSABLAN£A GLA RUJN1 Bft^n Pl K 2*J J 9 rAI 1 A V ATI IIMVJ UM Y ( HAaidON SPRING CRUISE TO THE MEDITERRANEAN AND ISRAEL (FOR THE HOLIDAYS). %  %  : %  • • • •. %  1 21 ports. I Rhodes. Syracuse, braltar, Lisl • • lays to the biblical Msra< now vry much mine 20ln Century ppens aboard a very 20th Century hi| ratendarn. .-. H million dollar Promcnud Di • an living as ocean liv n 1 A 1 both indoors and out On .ill Holland A-10 % %  • %  • • %  • %  ; is tered in the Netherlands Antill LIMASSOL Holland A !" „ ta druiiw, Suite 805,' l'm.maiion.1 ; 2455 E. Sunrise Blvd.. Ft. lauderdale. 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iday. March 30, 1973 Jet* is* tier Milan Pago 11 -ft, As. &f Max Lerner •--. way, (n< .* %  •. Sees It LOS ANGELES—There arc more than the Four Horsemen df the Apocalypse riding America today. By my count, given below, there are at i >as4 seven of them. The ehronic mood here in California, political and otherwise, seems to !.• on the apocalyptic side, with a wild presaging of first and last things. Part'v th.-,; mood comes, both here and elsewhere, from the anxious (.•< I ng that there are problems which defy solution.-. i find people matching their li-n* of such problems. For clarity, one should first peel away the things thai an' difficult tasks but no*, insoluble problems. Family assistance, child care, ,i health programs, welfare rolls, housing subsidies, health insurano plans, inflation, the attack on the remaining h.tr.i core %  %  < povertj these have been the darlings of liberal thinking, .in' basicallj questions of .social technology, The; shi aid. in the end. yield t<> icl I will. \\'e knov pretty i i wh.it ha. to he done about them. The chief questions are of priorities, financing and Ihc will to lackle them. Hut my Seven Horsemen ride horses of a different color. They represent not tasks but knotty social and psycholoj problems that have thus far eluded solution, o:even an; sort >f rough consensus. That was why I suggested some weeks a'o in this space —the creation of a federal office of social intelli pence" thai would probe such problems in depth, through informal, unpublic brainstorming sessions of some of the best ninds el' the nation. %  HERFHITH MY I.IST 01 TIIF SEVEN, It stats with v it-elf. which man has tolerated for centuries, as part of the e.mstitutien of things. This is too dangerous a view today. There is a glimmer of hope that the Great Powers, scared by the threat of nuclear suicide, may edge their way into some sort of polirins -ystcm of ihe impossible wars, which may then be followed by a ban on the possible ones, and undo the vision in "Kins: Lear" •hat •Humanity must perforce prey on itself Like monsters of the deep The second is the pollution, congestion, strangulation of a society — call it what you will. It. too, could yield to ter-hnol >K V and social will, but it runs head-on into the need every society feels for growth rather than -taynation. How to square the two becomes the unyielding problem. Racial hatred is a hor-eman that rides every s^eietv, but Americans feel its whiplash hard because it goes against every principle the society avows. Even the gains on the raai to equality of access have failed to resolve it. since they mike the remaining distance mare dramatically visible. Whal makes it v-orso is that it gets tied up with every other problem that feeds on poverty, squalor and social resentments. The fourth is crime. Organized crime is actually the less difficult phase of the problem. It results from organization and greed: The organization can be smashed by a resourceful use of the law and the greed can be rechanneled. The harder part is the street crime that comes out of disorganized lives and desensitized brutality. It has come to dominate the local current election campaigns in New York. Los Angeles and elsewhere. Linked with it is the fear of the impact of drugs —on the young, on crime, on the cities, on the fiber of the society. Crime and drugs, in harness together, arc the lethal pair that ride Americans hardest, and define the image of America abroad. ft ft ft In coping with this pair, the danger is that we will adopt a single simplistic approach. Crack down on them with harsher penalties, says Gov, Rockefeller, and now President Nixon proposes reviving the death penalty for major drug linked crimes. Try to cure them, say the therapists. Do away with their breeding grounds, say the sociologists. There could be no better instance of how inadequate the one-dimensional approach is on problems that require a multidimensional understanding and attack. Central to all the dimensions is the habit of violence and the emergence of a urug mystique among a segment of the young. The last two horsemen also run in tandem. One is the alienations in American life-between ethnic groups, between the people and the elites, between generations. The other is the dissolution of a number of traditional values, not yet replaced by new ones. Together they add up to a breaking of the connections with family, community, work, country, religion-which form the unspoken myths and therefore the cement of the society. These arc the burden of America today, and the challenge to it. They arc tangled, cankered problems, but not insoluble. To think them insoluble is to give up half the fight. The presence of hope is the saving element, its absence the damning one Have you heard? Pastry Chef is Now ft mm wmmm&mk ^^ £ahMl CAKES-BRtAD-ROLLS "Butten Maku it Beiki" Publix Shopping Center leJeune and Andalusia, Coral Gables Phone 446-4167 JOSEPH ALSDP (Continued (nun Page 4-A) world to examine the lessons of Henry Hodman and his Jungle. In an odd way. they make their own comments on American culture (if that is the right word) in the la.-,t half of the 20h century. If Henry Hohman were Japan' -i. he would now be classified aa national cultural asset. a.those with precious but van skills are in fact cia-sifieJ in Japan. He will not tell you but he began woi k in 1 aiu He sought his first job with the nursery film of Bobbink and Atkins because he was dy a passi mate gardener. Aa boy. he had fertilized and mulched and pruned his fust rosi s in in.sale man-father's VI i i Baltimore backyand. In 1920 he bought the land now covered by his jungle for a 'in ing sum and he set up on his own as a nurseryman. Rare and uncommon plants were alread) what interested him. He had no university or other trainin..; as a b„tauist. Yet he is by no'.-, the greatest American expert on rare plants, or at least on those rait' plants that can romchow be made to thrive in our unfriendly climate. Yet he is humble about his knowledge. "I HAVE studied my work all my life.' he will tell you gently — for he has that peculiar gentleness that seems to go with deep religious faith and deep love of growing things — "and still feel I know nothing about It." •'Nothing.'' however, is a word that here requires definition Henry Hohman's jungle altogether contains 11.000 species •and varieties, among which many shrubs that are his specialty. Of box alone, he has 2C0 species and verities, among which many are quite wonderful hybrids for special purposes thai he has produced himself. Of azaleas, again, he says, deprccatingly: "I ONLY have about 1.000 spe cics and varieties.'' Besides being an incomparable hybridizer, he is the (ital) nonpareil (unital) of plant propagators in this country. The rarest of all American shrubs — rarer even than the famous Pranklinia Alatamaha. found just once in Georgia in the 18th century and preserved ever since in cultivation is a splendid flowering shrub called Illiotia Raccmosa. THERE IS one tiny clump ol this rarity growing wild in the South. Yet no one had ever known how to propagate Illotia until Henry Hohman experimented, with his unual imaginative, delicate precision, with propagation by root cuttings. Now the world's great nurseries and public arboretums are lining up. hat in hand and from Belgium to Boston, for their ration of the newly propagated Illiotia (two per arboretum). SO WHAT are the lessons of this prophet without honor in our country? To begin with, you can still do very well in America if you are better than anyone else, and have enormous guts. too — for it takes guts to go on managing a jungle almost single-handedly, and you also started work in 1912. The arboretums. the greal American gardeners, the major foreign nurseries, still follow Emerson's rule about beating a path to the door of the man who has the best mousetrap. Yet on the other hand, have a look at any commercial American plant nursery where the inr.ualh increasing millions of Americans who care about gardens make their purchases! Deadly sameness, deadly dullness, all in the name of mass production — these are the commercial themes. If we cease to be able to tell "best'' from 'good," the future will be as depressing as rows of magenta azaleas planted against gracious suburban brick. r^abbinical *Jcft evisiott Vr roaramt >9 April 1 — Ch. 10. 0:30 a.m. — The Jewish Worship Hour Host: Rabbi .Milton Schlinsks April 1 — Ci. 4. 8:30 a.m. — The First Estate (Repeated on Ch. 2 at b:30 p.m.) Host: Rev. Luther C. Pierce Topic: "Higher Education in Israel" Guests: Rabbi Leon Kronish and Dr. Eliyahu Honig April 1 • Ch. 7. 10 a.m. — The Still Small Voice Host: Rabbi Max LipschitZ Topic: "Youth Rock Service" Guests: Cantor Jacobson and USY Rock Choir and Band %  CHOLfcl TORAH DAY SCHOOL THRIFT STORE NEEDS YOUR C00D, USED EURNIWRE, CLOTHING, APPLIANCES DISHES, P07S AND PANS, BRIC-A-BRAC AND WHAT HAVE YOU! .-OR QUIK PICK UP CALL 759-4936 All Donations Tax Deductible The am m HOTEL DIRECTL Y ON THE OCEAN 335 OCEAN DR. M.B. FLA. NEWLY DECORATED ATTENTION SEASONAL GUESTS WHY NOT BECOME A MARLY AND SAVE? PULLMANETTES $1650 • HOTEL ROOM $1500 RENT NOW OR DURING APRIL BY THE YEAR VOU PAY ONIY T MONTHS SECURITY AND 1 MONTH'S RENT. COSTS YOU ALMOST SAME AS FOR SEASON. VOU SAVE, ON TAXES MOVE IN NOW OR LATER. YOUR RELATIVES CAN USE IT DURING THE SUMMER. VOU CAN STORE CLOTHES ETC. THE YEAR ROUND. WE WILL RENT 30 UNITS ON THIS BASIS. WHY NOT BE ONE OF THEM ? 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Pcge 4-A +Jewist Fkrkflar Friday, March 30, 1973 A T "Jewish Floridlian 1 OFFICE AND PLANT — 1:0 N.E 6TH STREET TELEPHONE 37J-4605 | P.O. Box 2973, MIAMI, FLORIDA 35101 PRRO K. SHOCHET Edircr and 'Publisher %  I SBLMA M. THOMPSON Assistant to Publisher MATTER OF FACT i -1 Th Jewish FI6ridin Does Not GutruMM TJse Kashruth Of Ths Merchandise Advertised In Its Column* Published every FriJav since 1927 b\ The Jewish Floridian Second'Oatc Pottage Paid at Miami. Fla. The Jewish Floridian hat absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Seven Arts Feature Syndition, American AsFlorida Press Association. KINGSVII.LE. Ifd. — Americans sometimes have a way of honoring other people's prophets, but not their own. Here in Kings#1 vflle one of our least honored but most honorable prophets lives in an old, old house in the midst of a vast half impenetrable junMember of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. cat*. Worldwide News Service. National Editor aociation of English-Jewish Newspapers, and the SUBSCRIPTION RATES: (Local Area) One Year $8.00 Two Years $15.00 Out of Town Upon Request Number 13 26 ADAR 5733 Volume 46 Friday, March 30, 1973 Cuban Jews Need Assistance When Fidel Castro was considered a military threat much was made of the fact that Cuba was only 90 miles cway from the United States — meaning Florida. The distance hasn't changed and it might be well to point out that only 90 miles from us is a Jewish community which is struggling to survive but which a recent report to the World Jewish Congress indicates has little chance without more help. The article in last week's Floridian surprised many in that it indicated a helpful attitude by the Cuban regime even to the extent of permitting a Zionist club and other Zionist activities despite Castro's place in the anti-Zionist Communist world. It also pictured a tenacity to retain a heritage in the face of a diminishing population which left freely with the advent of the Castro government. The guestion is whether it is possible to assist the 1,200 remaining Jews in Cuba with the spiritual and educational help needed so desperately and whether enough has been done by us for those who remain only 90 miles away. A not unimportant by-product of the devaluation of the dollar is the effect it will have on Jewish philanthropic efforts now at their peak level. Problems already have arisen for a number of organizations conducting relief and rehabilitation work in Europe, particularly the Joint Distribution Committee, HIAS and ORT. And, despite the fact that Israel's currency has been adjusted to the dollar, the immigration efforts of the Jewish Agency in Europe have become more costly. CM Need Greater Than Ever This year's Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign goal in the Greater Miami area was set al a record amount at a time when the value of the dollar was grsater than it is today —at least 10 per cent higher. Any leg in pledges and collections can seriously affect the exodus of Soviet Jews, for the difference in the cost of their in-transit stay in Vienna before flying to Israel is already estimated at several millions of dollars more. Procrastination in becoming involved in the CJA-IEF drive takes on an added cost that can be overcome only by every Jew responding now to the pleas for help from those less fortunate abroad and in support of our valuable local and national institutions and agencies which are part of the combined campaign. Our Diplomatic Maneuvering The diplomatic maneuvering taking place behind the scenes as a result of the Jackson amendment to the U.S.U.S.S.R. Trade Act indicates an important principle that goes beyond the immediate issue of the free emigration o* Jews from the Soviet Union. On the surface it is the determination of Jews all over the world to help their Russian brothers who wish to leave their Communist bondage do so with a minimum of red tape, recrimination or excessive taxation for the privilege. The long-range diplomatic guestion involved is how much internal morality can our Congress legislate for another nation and whether or not the Jackson amendment doesn't establish a principle which could plague our foreign relations for years to come. There are dozens of countries in the world whose practices and philosophy are abhorrent to Americans with whom we do business under the same "favored nation" clause which the amendment would deny. It would surely change the world picture if morality, rather than hypocrisy, were to become the standard of diplomacy. The administration is being placed in an uncomfortable position which threatens the major emphasis of its present foreign policy and whether this will lead to a reaction against Jewish interests, as has been suggested in recent days, or to a rise in anti-Semitism among the American farm interests most affected, is something to be watched with great care. _____ .I I. gle of wildly assorted vegeta tion. The thicket happens to b a plant nursery, but you would hardly guess it. Henry Hohman is worth celebrating now precisely because he has just been greatly honored — but in England, where they really care about gardens. The august Royal Horticultural Society, thi gardening world's equivalent of the College of Cardinals, has just sent Henry Hohman its passionately envied gold medal The medal came with a citation from Lord Abcrconway, the owner of one of England's finest modi gardens. "Mr. Hohman.' said Lore, \ erconway roundly, "is the in pdistinguished nurseryman in America, distinguished in the sense that anything others can grow he can grow better, and he growl ... a great many and difficult plants that other people there cannot grow: Thus they are preserved in cultivation." JUST THIS, in fact is what is going on in Henry Hohman'-, jungle, although you would hardly think so at first glance Furthermore, it is worth turn ing aside for a while from the larger concerns of this weary Continued on Page 11-A _-_ -__ COMMENT .1 rs ago voung reporter on Hie I was police beat, l s;,i in court in I listened to a judge sentence an 18-j i a old burglar to 80 years in jail. It IT| .1 much thai I lil era! y "blew the whistle" on the i olice and the judge, a rotten and corrupt individual at besl (Hi was, himself, found guilty of accepting a bribe y< ars later.) The young man had been caught in the act of burglarizing a home — no question of thai and then had beaten out of him confession to some 20 similar burglaries, clearing up a lot of unsolved business for the burglary squad. I was there for part of the beating — in those days before World War II police reporters were silent parties to that kind of police crime or they didn't last on the beat — so it isn't hearsay that his rifling homes never came near to the figure he confessed to in order to end the kicks and punches and clubbing. A LONG-FORGOTTEN incident, I was rather surprisinglv reminded of it when I read last week of the 15-year-old boy sentenced to 30 years for armed robbery here in Dade County. Subsequent events — including the shock waves that even Judge Ellen Morphonios Rowe must have felt — indicate that the punishment will be mitigated. And, as we well know, sentences really don't mean what they say. The following day, I picked up a minor story about a Dallas case in which the guilty man was sentenced to 1.200 years in prison for shooting a policeman. "Under Texas law. Johnson will become eligible for parole after 20 years." the article concluded. So much for 1,200 years. All of us are caught today in the dilemma that the spread of violence in our nation during the past decade has created — i .11 \i hat Walter Lipp n • lied our erroneous be lief thai man is essentially and can be made perfect in thai il %  Inten iew in the Herald las) Sunday and what seems to he a natural desire for vengi ancc. President Nixon, as Lippmann i %  re ponsive to the public mood when he promises to punish wrongdoers 'without pity." His spiritual advisor, Billy Graham, outlines such punishment even more graphically. On his evangelical tour of South Africa recently he made it plain that he believes in capital punishment and. "I think when a person is found guilty of rape he should be castrated. That would stop him pretty quick.'" ALSO DURING the past week, we read testimony from people who run our prisons that put a somewhat different color on the picture of crime and punishment. Prison reform means imprisoning fewer offenders, not more, we're told "Everytime I pick up a newspaper and see that an ex-convict has committed a crime. I have to feel guilty about it.' the Georgia Corrections Commissioner told a State Senate committee. "While the svstem cant be responsible for original sin. our responsibility is to see that the offender doesn't have a second victim. The svstem we've been running hasn't done it "eve got to stop reacting to crime emotionally and start looking at fact." Which is what Dr. Karl Menninger. in his famed "The Crime of Punishment" five years ago r.ed to tell us. "What happens to those labeled criminals' is a crime in itself." says the book cover flap. "Not bpcause [J cruel stupid and stulltifving which it but because it defeats its own purpose. It is not socially protective but self-de structive. The crime of punishbv EDWARD (OHFN tin ni is that punishment vates crime." The boy wh 30 j irs told a reporter. "I .. never gonta forget this, j • know TO DR. MENN1NGER, u no bleeding heart and .. quick and appropriate penalti for criminals, "The great se the d -eply buried mysterj ol I public apathy to crime and : proposals for better contr. I crime, lies in the persistent, intrusive wish for vengeance Our morals, our religious ti ings. even our laws repudiate it Rut behind what we do to the offender is the desire for re venge on someone (and^ What is behind such vindictiveness? Certainly not Christianity. not Judaism and certainly not an expectation of eliminating crime'" Penalty, by Dr. Menningei definition, is a "predetermined price levied automatically, invariably, and categorically in direct relation to a violation or an infraction of law." whereas pun ishment is "the deliberate infliction of pain in addition to or in lieu of penalty (often) out of all proportion to the offense." Being against punishment is not a sentimental conviction for psychiatrists "but a logical conclusion drawn from scientific experience." It has been a long time from that old police assignment and I have seen enough of life to agree that the "perfectability of man" is not attainable before the Messianic Age. The question for all of us is whether we can control the crime that plagues our society, as Dr. Menninger would have it. "so long as the Spirit of vengeance has the slightest vestige of respectability, so long as it pervades the public mind and infuses its evil upon the statute books of the law."



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Friday. March 30, 1973 "Jewist fhrktiar} Page 9-A Hebrew University Receives I H ks Installation Dinner Set April 8 .. %  %  • %  %  %  Annual installation dinner of i dav nieht. April 5. at $1 Million At Humphrey Fete A National Tribute Dinner to Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey at the Eden Roc Hotel last week produced more than $1 million in gifts for the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. The former vice president received the 1973 Scopus Award of the American Friends of the Hebrew University at the $250a-plate banquet which attracted more than 375 persons. Sen. Humphrey applauded the efforts of Israel's first and largest t university in pioneering pre-aca i demic and academic programs for I culturally and economically disj advantaged students. He proposed I a United States Government pro gram of aid to education for de v-f'oning nations. Torch of Learning Awards were presented to Kichard Levy and Lewis E. Zorn of Miami Beach I and to Max Kampeiman and Holocaust Study Conclave Slated In Boston April 30 Many of the world's leading scholars on the Holocaust will i t< < '.her at the Hebrew .1 In Hi. -ton April 30 to their views and findings on aspects .: the Jewish Irophe of World War II. rhia conference Is an outgrowth of the academic courses on thi > '.,M nt the Hebrew I i ge %  the increasing com I :. in •!' wish academic ami c al l<.thai the psyi ical, histi :. al ai I the >iogica< ensions of the Holi i au I a ng i growin %  an! decisive nu on the di >> Io m: nt o) mporary Jewry, both i' and in Isi v ill be n d bj confer* e includ e of thi most i I • ispec [ Ho caust xperience: Thi mi '. md il i'.-' cl %  tin Gei m .. ... and i la n to In < si the J( hi -. % %  n i i New Slate For B.B. Judea Installation and banquet of the a Lodge of B'nai B'rith was i on March 22. at the Seville H ltd. The following officers were inStalled: Col, Nathaniel II Kutchi r i iid< nt Louis Coleman, Benja nun F. Kutcher, Harris Goldman and Dan Popek. vie presidents; Jack Berg, financial secretarj Ely H. Schwartz, treasurer: Dr Irving Tarasuk. re< ordlng secretary; Jack Eisner, corresponding secretary; Dr. Murray Frogel, Chplain, and Harry Greenbaum, warden. Board of directors Meyer Abramson Joseph Altchul. William Anehel. Louis Apell. Herman Bernard, Joseph Bernstein. Samuel Fast, Col. William Feitelberg. Herman Flansbaum. Louis Forgash, Lester Colburt. Henry Howard. Samuel Kaparovsky, Dr. Samuel Katzman, Isadore Klay man. Philip Irvine. Magnus Lipton. Philip Miller, Barne'.t Moskin. Samuel Rosenwasser. Hyman Rubenstein. Samuel Rudenberg. Sigmund Schwartz. Julius Spiike. Louis I. Weitzman and Morris Vellin. Harris Goldman greeted the guests and the invocation was given by Dr. Murray Frogel. The Lighting of the Menorah was made by Sara Barko. Olga Emert, Rose Rogers, Joseph Altschul, Sam Kaparovsky. Barnett Moskin and Samuel Rudenberg. One of the major events of this installation was the presentation of awards to the following members for "outstanding and meritorious services": Herman Bernard, Jack Berg. Louis Coleman. Jacob Eisner, Col. William Feitelberg, Dr. Murray Frogel. Harris Goldman, Harry Greenbaum, Isidore Klayman, Col. Nathaniel Kutcher, Benjamin Kutcher, Philip Levine. Abe Ptachik, Eli Schwartz, Dr. Irving Tarasuk, and Abe Checkman. '•" dedlv threat closinc in the Nazi bureaucratic design for scmbiy-iine murder, rescue efforts, American reactions to th< snormous challenge, and the lieological reappraisals evoked bj ie a i i f th peri d, i he cone a\ e wi b Icr t''i loneral dir ctl n E Di Herl i m ,. %  .--. will introduce the i an > the %  artU ipants. %  N athan (N?te) Shafran of CleveI land for their lea lership in behalf of the Hebrew University. Israel nd higher education. Louis Wolfson II, former stale legislator, was general chairman. Seymour FishI man, national executive \ice presi ident of the American Friends, made the presentations. Joining in the testimonial to Sen. Humphrey were Israel Eco; nomic Minister Ze'ev Sher and •nt rlainer Jerry Lewis. Mr. Sher was the principal speaker, sharirg the platform with Eliyahu Honig. irector of Administration of the Hebrew University. In his iaik. Mr. Sher. former %  > puty Attorney General of Israel, j laid "In" Hebrew University is I unique becau e ii^ primarj mision is to rekind.c the torch of • lewi-h learning, at its place ol origin, at the fountainhi ad i : We t: ran iral va .. Zi in." Annual installation dinner of i day night, April 5. at the Elks 'he Miami Beach Lodge of Elks. | lodge. The Miami Beach attorney the city's largest fraternal organi-1 is president of the Greater Miami Hebrew Academy and a director of Temple Emanu-El. Dr. Irving Lehrman, rabbi of Temple Emanu-El and national president of the Synagogue Council of America, will be the principal speaker at the installation banquet. Ted Martin and his or* chestra will play, and an enter tainraent program will be staged, Mr. Newman said. Officers of the Grand Lodge, led by acting Grand Lodge Exalted Ruler Marvin Kimmel, will install Mr. Firtel. Serving as cochairman of the committee with Mr. Newman are Councilman Harold Rosen, a past exalted ruler, and Richard Bernard. Gerald K. Schwartz and Marvin Baida, who will take office with Mr. Firtel in the chair positions. IDW&RO T. NEWMAN sation, w. ill 1 i \ PI :i '." I >' %  %  of ;.;.... R„ ; .] Edward T Nc 14 I .•' : -,.-.:. • ,. installs Iem established the University of tion chairman the Jewish People "to rejuvenate and !•• i Firl will bo hi il ie ni w life i m and 11 d nnei | li nnt his forma h I'"' rati i ,: xalted ruler ThursPeople Power' Discussed Leonard Helfand will speak on, Power — Democracy in. Action' al the Forte Forum Tues i m.-, in the Forte Audi* .., \j H Ifand is the senior •• legal Senior ,. : ; poverty lawyer ... | ... %  four years Passover with 2% million relatives. Come to Israel. And where we come in. spend the holiday where everyonewill.be celebrating The temples will be full. And after temple, every, one will get together in houses and on kibbutzim. In the hotels. In fact, even in the streets. And you'll be welcome to join them. But first, you'll have to get there. Which is WeVe got more nonstop flights to Tel Aviv than any other airline does. And duringPassover,we'llevenbe serving matzot and matza balls soup on EL AL flights. Just call us, or your travel agent. And find out how it feels to celebrate with the biggest Jewish family in the world. The Airline of Israel For more information contact your travel agent or El Al Israel Airlines 1602 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, Fla. 33139 (305) 532-5441 t



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"cJewish Floridian Miami, Florida — Friday, March 30, 1973 Section C Education Narrowing the Cultural Gap In Israel, Dr. Adler Tells NCJW A prominent Israeli educator said this week that his nation has waged "only an initial skirmish" in narrowing the educational pap hetween its citizens of European and Oriental origins. Dr. Chaim Adler. addressing 1.000 delegates at the biennial convention of the National Council of Jewish Women, specifically referred to the division 1hat exists between Jews of Asian and African background and those whose origin is European. Dr. Adler, the director of the NCJW Center of Research in Education of the Disadvantaged in Israel, emphasized that the Council center "may be crucial to the success of the battle." He also spoke of the relevance of education to social justice and greater equality. Dr. Adler said that the tremendous immigration from Afro-Asian countries during the first 15 years of Israel's independence brought great numbers from the underdeveloped Moslem Middle East. The cultural gap between this group and earlier Israeli settlers posed a threat to the solidarity of the society, and socio economic equality of the country, he said. Dr. Adler pointed out that "in Israel as in the United States integrated education is a political and ideological concern. The expectation, in short, is that disadvantaged students will have greater academic success if they atteud integrated rather than segregated schools." The Center is now engaged in testing these assumptions in a pilot integrated school. Results show "that the disadvantaged students in the project achieved better than similar students in other schools; that middle class students in the project also achieved better, leaping forward, as a matter of fact, even more rapidly th.an did the disadvantaged students," Dr. Adler said. Shown at the National Tribute Dinner to Sen. Hubert Humphrey sponsored by the American Friends of the HebrevUniversity are (left to right) Julius Darsky, Nathan Darsky. Sen. Humphrey and Mrs. Julius Darsky. More than 375 per sons attended the S250-a-plate banquet at the Eden Re: Hotel at which the former Vice President received the 1973 Scopus Award of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Sadat Dismisses Premier, Scores U.S. Jet-Sale Plans WASHINGTON (JTA)—White House Deputy Press Secretary Gerald Warren declined to comment this week on Egyptian President Anwar Sadat's dual of Premier Aziz Sidky and his announcement that he was assuming the Premiership to prepare Egypt for "total confrontation with Israel." Sadat announced his government shake-up at a joint meeting of the People's Assembly and the central committee of the Arab Socialist Union, I^DPt's only political party. He Stressed that Egypt must conduet a dual policy of military pressure on Israel and continued efforts to gain a political settlement. Sad.it criticized the United for plans to sell Israel more K-4 Phantom jets and A 4 Skyhawk attack planes. He also said that Egyptian relations with thi Soviet Union had again r on a solid b i is, ummer Sad. I expelled some 20.000 Soviet military advisors and technicians from Egypt. Sadat rejected again any territorial concessions as a basis for negotiations with Israel. Rejecting al<*> the idea of direct talks, he said Egypt would not accept a "partial settlement" that was not linked to eventual total Israeli withdrawal from the administered territories, or a separate settlement in which the interests of the "Palestinian resistance" and of Israel's other Arab neighbors would be "sacrificed." Hafez Ismail, Egyptian national security affairs advisor, is to meet President Georges Pompidou and oilier French officials next month, French official circles reported, confirming a similar report from Cairo. The circles said no final date has been set. but that the meeting will probably take place as soon as the new French govern mi nt is formed, probably by midApril. Mrs. Levey Recipient Of JWV Citizens Award The "Good Citizen Award" premoral Hotel. Lillian School, detented annually to a woman for partment president, will re ive outstanding work to the comJ pm Mrs. Levey is president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Women's Division, a member of the American Committee for Israel's 25th Anniversary celebration and honorary member of overall committee room mother of Weal Laboratory School of Coral Gables, member of bonrd of B( lh David Congregation and Sisterhood, also on boards and committees of Jewish Family and Children's Service, and National Council of Jewish Women, and on the national board of directors of Joint Distribution of United Jewish Appeal. Mrs, Levey's topic will be "A Community United for Human Dignity." Lee Barry, singer, will entertain. Ex-Nazis Given Light Sentences BONN (JTA)—A Munich court has sentenced four former Nazi police officers to jail for complicity in the murder of about 2.000 Jews in southern Russia in the fall of 1941. They arc Erich Bock, 61, Otto-Ernst Prast. 59. and V.'ilhelm Spiekcrmnnn, fiO, who each got four and a half years, and Hans Discar, 60. who was sentenced tn two years imprisonment The public prosecutor had a'ked for ten years. Two former SS officers went on trial in West Berlin this week charged with the murder and complicity in the murder of more than 1.000 Jews and gypsies in Poland from 1941 to 194:;. They are Johann Baecker, 61. and Hans Quambusch, 67. They are also on trial as SO-called "excess criminals." Both are alleged to have shot babies, young girls, women and men. WC Branch Marks 30lh Anniversary Branch 1064. The Workmen's i -de, will hold a service commemorating the 30th anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising ;it 7:30 p.m Wednesday in the Washington Federal Auditorium, 699 NE 167tn St., North Miami Beach A candleli hting ceremony will l>c follov < d by El Moley Racha mil'.: Hen in Klein will direel the choir, which includes a large group of singei %  from thi North Mi im YMHA, :a presentation of ghetto songs. Speakers will be Ri David Shapiro of Temple Sinai, Hollywood, and Dr. S Portnoy. Branch chairman i< Monroe Nelson; Abraham Rozental is committee chairman. MRS. BURTON LtVFf munity by the Department of Florida, Jewish War Veterans Ladies Auxiliary, will honor Mrs. Burton (Frances B.) Levey, at its friendship tea, Sunday, at the BalThe friendship tea committee includes general chairman. Billie Kern, past national president; chairman, Malvina Freeman, past national president; seating arrangement, Ceil Steinberg; at the door, Ceil Zukor and Rose Lisansky, and tickets Carol Gold. Shown pinning a new life member of the Hebrew Academy Women. Mrs. Fannie Gulden (left) is Mrs. Hyman Chabner chairman of the life membership committee of the auxiliary of ths Cireater Miami Hebrew Academy. Chrnock Lib rman, (center) Chassidic artist, presents c signed sketch of Chassidim at study to Mrs. Menacks H rsch, new life partners of the Lubavitcher Movement o; th< fliird Chassidic Music Festive). Rubbi Abraham Korf is at the left. Mrs. Marion Vogel, 1973 chairman for the Leukemia Society's annual appeal for contributions. Wife of Lee Vogel, WKAT talk-master, Mrs. Vogel was a victim of the disease. Volunteers cae needed to cover areas throughout Dade and Broward Counties. Mizrachi Women's Florida Council annual scholarship fund luncheon at the Eden Roc Hotel March 4 where the Ram Bam Award was presented to Dr. Rabbi David and Mrs. Lehrfield. From (left to right) Mrs. Milton Jacobson. national president; Dr. Lehrfield, spiritual leader Kneseth Israel; Mrs. Lehrfield; Mrs. Hyman Kolko, scholarship fund chairman and presdient of Hatikvah chapter of Miami Beach.



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Pag. 4^ -Jewisli FJcridtor Friday, March 30, 1973 William M. Landau New JTA President Beth Torah Sisterhood Luncheon Raymond Epstein, vice president of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, announced on March 22 WILLIAM LANDAU 0 I \\ iUiam M. Landau has been i eted pre sidenl i f (be JTA and v ., take iffice April i. Landau, 47, bt.'. H. Arnow who 1; %  li.rn ] j, -a lit since Aprii. i The announcement by 1 stein came ..i the annual meeti. I :u board <>.' directors of itworld-wide agency that gathers and distributes news and information concerning the Jewish people ti % %  .-. orld over. iau. a graduate of Lehigh V %  lersitj and New York Law School, i> managing partner of Fred Landau & Co., a U.S. national accounting firm. He is a partner 1 in .lenks Landau & Co.. an inter-! national accounting firm with of-' B( 9 abroad including Great | Britain, Canada, Australia and j South Africa. He is a member of th New York Bar Association and a Certified Public Ace iuntant in j New York California and Chicago. A New York resident. Landau is a member of the board of the I'mred Jewish Appeal and a nn mbi t [ts cat ,!. He is %  chairmi i l.i \ s : jnts division and a mem1 of the board ol the New York Association for New Americans. ] am au is also a member of the 1 ird and was a \ ice president of the JTA primto his election to its presidency. He is a member ci the board of trustees of a Westchester synagogue and t I. mber of the board of trustees • M th \ oung Men's Division of the Albert Einstein College of Medj r officers elected were: Robert H. Arnow. chairman of the I rd; Raymond Epstein of Chicago, .lei old C. Hoffberger of' l rimore and Philip Slomovitz ] of Detroit, vice presidents: Julius, i nan of New York, secretary. and Abe Goodman of New York '< tirer. Current directors of the JTA : beard who. were reelected were: Victor M. Carter, Los Angeles; Gottlieb Hammpr. \ y : Irving! Isaacs, Pittsburgh: Morris Lcvln"> newstapers in the U.S. and (anada and scores more around the world. It provides direct service to Jewish communities, central organizations, the Jewish leadership and 'cwi-h institutions through daily news bulletins published in the United States. England, Prance, I South Africa. Argentina and Peru. JTA distribute-, its news to the Israeli press and radio through [TIM, the Israeli newspaper cooperative. In addition to the JTA Daily News Bulletin issued in New rork, JTA publishes the JTA Weekly .News nicest, a weekly review of the major developments J of the week and the JTA Community News Reporter, a weekly J report on activities in the Jewish I community and a weekly feature service to the American-Jewish press and the Jewish press abroad. Motlie Kahaner Sisterhood of j Beth Torah Congregation. North Miami Beach will hold its annual! Torah Fund-Residence Hall Lunch-I j eon at noon. Tuesday. April 3, in I the Beth Torah social hall. The To.rah Fund-Residence Hall campaign was established by National Women's League in behalf j of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. It helps maintain and 1 support the seminary and its pro grams of education and synagogue and community service, and provides for the creatiog of the much needed Mathilde Schechter Residence Hall for women students. Among the various activities of the seminary are the Raman camps. The Eternal Light radio and television shows. Teachers Institute and the Jewish Museum. Members of the Torah Fund luncheon committee include Mrs Marshall BaltUCh, chairman; Mrs. Frank Kauff. Mrs Harry Handel. Mrs. Joseph Golden, Mrs. Ewald Ziffer, Mrs. Stanley Caiden, Mrs Jacob Mendelson, Mrs. Ceal Basch. Mrs. Harold Monuse, Mrs. Irving KrtiRcl. Mrs. Eric Gutman, Mrs. Morton Reiss. ways and means vice president, and Mrs. Nat Siesser, president., CANTOR SEEKS POSITION Cantor or Cantor-Bar Mitzvah Teacher. Excellent voice & Nusach, Musical, is moving to Florida. Cantoi S.I*., Box 2973, Miami, Fla. 33101. B'NAI B'RITH FOl NDATION Gala PASSOVER FKS11\ AL Saturday evening, April 21, 1973 HOTEL FONTAINEBLEAU Dinner 7:30 p.m. Reception 7:00 p.m. Cover-$12.50 Our Gupst Of Honor DR. WILLIAM WEXLER Honorary President of B'nai B'rth and Chairman of B'nai B'rith's International Council. Chairman of the World Conference of Jewish Organizations. COMMEMORATING ISRAEL'S 25th YEAR OF INDEPENDENCE and our rededication to the preservation of Jewish identity and cultural heritage. We salute the great Youth Services of B'nai B'rith: Hillel Foundations on over 280 college campuses. B'nai B'rith Youth Organization, serving over 50,000 young people in 1,100 communities. Career & Counseling Services in 21 cities. We salute the dedicated members of the President's and Century Clubs who have made continuing commitments for the maintenance and expansion of these services. A musical program will be presented featuring an original Haggadah and men* hers of B'nai B'rith youth groups. For reservations, call or write: B'nai B'rith Foundation, 420 Lincoln Rd., No. 445 Miami Beach, Fla. 33139 Tel. 531-8893 Murray A. Shaw, Chairman. ISRAEL IN MIAMI ULPAN HEBREW CENTERS Spring Term 1973: April 2 — June 14 Locai ion Days Time level Ecg"nning Date LADIES!! There's a magician in town who turns old furniture into new right in your own home. Like magic, he removes scratches, dents, cigarette burns, blemishes, .rejuvenates your furnit ure You will be amazed and delighted with the speedy results, and baffled by the unbelievable low prices. Foi service you can depend on. Call Heritage Furniture Repair Service at 223-9558 as A: for Jo/in ru arrange for free estimate. 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S uorjoonpa pue Butsnoq 'asuajarj •$• UI,t|l!SM.I I; ui ajduM) >i[i punqau oj pue eapnr oi u.mja.i o) s.war aqa. 8u| • -*u>n.B %  Bpap am panssj SIUAJ 'J'J a i€C iM aqi uj fj UBBUB3 JO pnei ai|X z 'qinos aq) ui i|i:|>nf jo mi H aqi PUB qi.Kiu aqi ui [a&iS] jo worthing >nx I Said M i. i • '. % %  • IIDPIII tin. %  12 i %  iJ BIIIH All. ini. i-'i.i NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 72.268Acts of 1972 File No. 73 A 13 (Chapter 197 (FSi 1972 Supplement to Florida Statutes 1971) NOTICE IS HEREBY C1IVKN thai Ronald I. Huron, Ti u f Count) Tax Sale, Certificate No Y,:.\ < %  • Ui I the I l dn) HI .lulu-, A 11. 1970 • d -.'III.. II: II.. I.i s I 'nlli clor'K i .i'i|'!: \il ii. II IIT ;i inx ill ,i i %  riy in ii i 'ounl i of I'-i'li'. Stnti i I : i i. m-wlt: I "i l Block 7. Ilnmi.tnii P Plal Book IS P a lion 31. TOM II hip i; Knulli, ItaiiKv W i i. contalnlnd n< n m u o or l. Hf in Hi,. County of I luili rids 'I lie %  II:. : | i' i.i ,.11. • u %  ''• '' In i*at wan In ill,i.mi. II W • i ,:. II I'nli iw %  ilil I'.I" rii nt ihall hi r. ;> iiirillnK '" law. tin lUTi-in u ill i'isolil hit i ; fur i :I>I, M i || c viun %  loncl ••I AurM. IH73, i hli Ii I I \ \i II • 'I ilis— ^Tili da) l-'i i:'' i p .M'ii r iimxK i:i: i • % %  rk i 'i -. II %  i' i %  ii. c uni i:. ii Br P. K. Oiihl %  %  11 i' II : I .,; %  • -: :: NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chflpte" 7. 1 -268-Ac>s of 197? File No. 73 A 1? (Chapter 19' (FSi 19/2 Supplement to Flnrid.i S-iluli • 11/1 i UGAL NOTICt NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKltKlll GIVEN that the uii-l'i mi.'I. deKirlna to enaraKe In IIUSIUPKH under 111• %  fi>":iMiiiit'.i>'ii>rirecd from North Africa has been grounded up by Johnny Rivers, [owner of Golden Horse Ranch in [Camdenton. Mo., who supplies the unusual entriet for the unique Florida Derby Day wild animal race. LtGAL NOTICt IN THE 11TH CIRCUIT COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 7S-7411 GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN RE: Tin marriage of JEANNE DA VIES, Wife, and PHILIP fl A DAVIE8. Husband, YOU. PHILIP Q. A. DAV1BS. i.-id.'ii.'iunknown, am reuuir.-d t< file your answer to the petition for dissolution of marrlaxe ith the Clerk o( the above Court anil MTV. a copy (hereof upon li.riiian Cohen, Ban,, lsio-ii Ci.imr.-ss Bid*;., .Miami. Florida, n or befora April Hi). Ili.ii. ..r el*e petition will l infeaaed. I>alud: Mar. tt, 1!"T:( III.'hard P. Hrinker Clerk. Circuit Curl By C. P COPEt-AND Deputy Clerk 3/30 4.'ti-i:i-J IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY PROBATE DIVISION PROBATE NO. 73-1874 h> RE: Extate .•! NANl V UK HARDSI N del enaed NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDIC'AL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA NO. 73-814 J. GWYNN PARKER 111 RE MPNKY M llii;sriU'.i:i:i; NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Cn .. %  "! v. I • Kon Havi !H( i\ Kit KINSTE1N .'v % %  P \ l'.\ : S'll'.l.'.'. I ST '• Vtun I llllan iI •;:... Uii. oln Roi (1 %  : %  Ifi i: l ion ai. hereby notified and required lo i>re>. nl nny .lalln> ami demanda ^ iiii.li you may have affulnsl the eaof SIDNBV M HIRSCHIIERG de. • -i-.il late of Dnde County, Florida, I to the Circuit Judn..-of Dade County. To All Creditors and All Persons Hav'""' %  !<-'!>< aaine in duplicate and as liiK Claims or Demand* Attains! Said Provided in Beeilon iU.ll, Floridn lji'."i 7:::: lii. Florida Statutes. In Ihi ii offices In Ihe County Courthouse in Pade County, Florida within six i-nlendnr months from the time of ih.first publication hereof, or the a in ii iii he barred Dated nl Miami. Florida, this 28th iln> oi March. A.D. 1973 BSTELLE WEINER As Executrix First nut. Ii.-alion of this notice on iii, :;.i dm of March. W7S OROVKH WEINSTEIN ,v STAl'BEII P A i:\ : sher\i in Stauher v i oi in \ for Estsi'. ot Mary Beller ::... I in. ..in Road, Miami Beach Florida :: :ai t i.-1.1 2fl N.W. mini Street, Miami. FIs ; %  '~' i: i.-li and all unknown persons, parin reaister said nnmi with tn< %  '. ru "i, (l s .,„„ oXandantH who claim by. the Circuit Court ol Dade County.) thrown, under or attains! the afor* Florida. s.ni,| MASON M<"Sl.i:Y. a single man MANTEL PORTO whether as apouae*. heirs, devisees ., ^ii i 6-13 irrajitees, nsKiirnees lienors. creditor*, trustees or otnerwlse, as to each and all of whom residence ia unknown. and Each and all unknown person*, parties and defendafit*. as to each and all of whom residence iunknown having or claiming In have any right.I title or Interest In or lo the followln Hide Shopping CentT. Miami. Fla, Intends lo register said name with Clerk of the 'Ir.uii Court ol Paila County Florida DAVID ALLEN :: :'.:-^" I *-U IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION Case No. 73-6415 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN |{K: PETITION OP KPWAIIP WALKER. Husl.and of (JENUYA WALKER. T<(: EVERETT L. ALLEN l(. sidetn-e I'likiwwn SOU are hereby notified that retitumer* have filed a petlUotl in the above styled Ooart for ih. adoptlonoi th. minor child ROBNE3 ALLEN, and torn are rcuir-l to show cause why the same should i't Ingranted. by serving a copy of yotjr written defanses, if any. upon AIJ.HKH l>. I:II:I.I.\. Aiuiitny for PetlUonera, i Wst Flagl.r Street, ill Blscayn; HulMing. Miami, Florid* tMI*. *" l.v filliiK tm original thereof with tha Clerk of the above *tyU-d ioirt on or before Ihc S3 day of April. 1. othar. wlsi a decree may he entered again*! vim granting iid adnntion. WITNESS mv hand and seal of wud Court at Miami. Florida, this ir. day ( MB "RVHARD P. IWLNKER < I.F.UK. I'lititlT COI IIT iu : C. P. COPELAND Deputy Clerk :: _:;-::o 1 '.-1* NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ,_ NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN lhai ih, uiui. ralgi • lei Iring lo em husinoss undei 'h. fictitious nami of LE.V REALTY al 850 All Baoa Avenut Opa l Fla. Intends lo reg1st. i Raid i Ith the Clerk "' th' Ciri-uit Ci ui' : >ade County, r lorlaa L490NA %  • .: %  PBCHENIIv ;t,y-lo-:NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 72-268-Acts of 1972 File No 73 A 11 (Chapter 197 (FSI 1972 Supplement to Florida Statutes 1971) NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that Ronald l. Bar Trustee holder of | described properly, which ithe suh County Tax Sale Certificate No 77::. i. • i matter • %  the abovi styled rauaa IgMUed iln 1*1 day ol June, A.D. 1970, vl: Has :'il. il sume in tin HI Collector's office! and has made application for tax deed to l issued thereon. Said Certificate embrace* the following rte., rlbi 'I properts In ih. County ol Dade, State of Florida, lo-wll: i: II ol \\ 330 II of N' 1 NE^-SE'j-NEU-Les* \ 2S ft ANA Lot I Block 12. Truman City r K. Section ::i Towi 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 73-6390 ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE IN RE: The Marriage nf 1.11.1.[AM A. PEREZ, Wife and RAMON PEREZ, llu-i.aiid •I-, KAMI >N PEKEK iladison \y enui Elixaln Ih. "x. > %  •'' rseJ TOP ARE HEREBY NOT that an action for Dissolution of M pen filed against %  %  >:> %  n cop; I oi I. Rlncli III, i:i'\.'lli: PARK, rllnc io (In pint :'i '."I nn recorded n Plat Brol • ul Page nf Ihe Public R rdi nf Dade Countv. Florid* YOr. AND BACH OF VOI*. ar. hen In i "i ifli 'i lhai n Comnlninl hn i filed l.v Hi, %  • .no.I Plainringi ''" %  '• ^urTriUer'Xfenses'r"; I highest bidder for .ash at the CourtIda on or before Ihi n tl ot I % % %  house door ..a iii. first Monday in th month ot April, 187J. which Ii day of April. I97J, ai !•• ::•> A M Dated this :'7th day of February, 1 %  ::!. RICHARD P BRINKER, Clerk Cln-ult Court, Dade County, Florida. Bj P F Ouldstrand r>.<" (Circuit Court Seal) a/s-a-ia-M i'.7" oii-o-rw -. Ihi Bill %  lions i onmlaiiii will be taken .hv i "i DONE and ORDERED at thi Ddi Countv Courtlioune. Miami. Florida this I dn of March. <""' %  I. HARP P IIUINK-Klt Clerk %  f •"• riro.,i. r.. U ri iiv r; M K'SI-KI: nonutr Ba^^, IS ,I.IV of March, i"' RICHARD P BRINKER \. Clerk, Circuit Court Dads "ounti Flo' pa Bv it M KISSEE A* li.iiiiii Clerk (Circuit Cotirl Real) l UVIIKM'i: I' KAIM. i .,-.-, s '"" '' %  ""•Si l Miaad. --lri.i .1st-o A ~ '"' IV,,,I """"/-J-M 4/-l



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Page S-A -Jenlsti meridian Friday, March 30, 1973 Miami Leading Cities In Bond Purchases Greater Miami outpaced all other cities in sales of Israel Bonds during January and February, accordfereuce of Israel Bonds in Miami 1.000 in IMft" Mr. Parson noted. \ ica and around the world who puiBeach, purchased bonds for weeks -as many as 50.000 Jews from Ruscbttse Israel Bonds, there will. Wj in advance in order to attend the sia are exDected to come to Israelj Jobs and housing necessary M honoring Sam Rothberg. in 1973. Thanks to Jews in Amerthese people 0 -'.a ri. ? new Hie dinne Israel Bond general chairman. Mrs. Meir came to Miami to participate in the tribute to Mr. Roth berg, who is one of the principal founders of the bond program. when the Israel Bond Organiza-! lion was formed in 1951. Mrs Meir worked closely with Mr. Rothbcr.; on the new program that would I ultimately provide over S2 billion for Israels economic development. through April tchel Mum In 1973. the worldwide bond goal: WitZ, Hebrew Ulpan ("lasses Starling Spring Term The spring term of the Hebrew [pan Centers will begin on April co ordinator. hais S3o0 million, a one-third increase over last year, and will finance fill per cent of Israel's $600 mil.ion peacetime budget. announced, Ulpan Hebrew Centers are part of the nationwide pro.ram direcfrom 0 to 10 p MI. at Ihe Young srael Synag guc, under the leadership of Shu la Ben David. On Miami Beach, a beginners jroup will start on Thursday, April 3. and will meet ever) morning fr. m $:30 to 10 a i MILTON PARSON Mr. Parson also cited record sales in January and February of Capita] for Israel, the agency ading to figures ju-t releared by the n nal office of State of Israel Bonds in New York City. Milton M. Parson, director of Israel Bonds in the south Florida area. Pade and Broward counties. said that sales in Greater .Miami Were 35 per cent ahead of the same two-month period last year. giving the bond drive a record, rid-off towards it ipnounced goal [ of S15 million locally in 1973. Bond sales continued at a high rate in March, he added Citing th? "incredible response oi the Miami Jewish community I ^-^ _, 0 to Israels rising need for develop(>H MarCIl .JlSt ment capital. Mr. Parson noted trnt the increase in band sales was largely due to the personal v it of Prime Minister Golda Meir to Miami March 3. Miami Jews and leaders from all over the U s at tending the 1973 inaugural con:ion and Culture of the World Zionist Organization and sponsored locally by the Central Agency for Jewish Education, the ministered by the bond organization Isra( ., A| v;ih 0 .,,„,. _„„, „,„ to raise funds or Israel, industry. Amelican zlonist Federation. The current Ci I offering is a 7'.-i per cent common stock in the! I" t" e North Pade area a class Bank of Agriculture, designed to M" Intermediate Hebrew will be boost Israel's farming industry and I he] d Mondays and Wedn esday s provide jobs for new immigrants. He said the high dividend paid by CFI issues and their backing by the Israel Bond Organization made. teks particularly attractive £^1$ [JjfeCtOrS :cd by the Department of Educa • Tem P Ie B,,!l Sholom An eve .ling beginner s das will lart at Temple Mc iorah on April 2 and will ci • ni on Monda> and Thursday evening from 7:30 to ):30 p.m. At Ten pie Emanu-El on Tui lays and Thursdays from 9:30 to 1:30 a.m., beginning Graduate Program to investors. Israel Bonds have taken on increased importance this year as thousands of Jews arrive in Israel Horn the Soviet Union. "From only Beth Sholom's .)lh Art Auction The fifth annual art auction, sponsored by Sisterhood of Temple 3eth Sholom. will be held on March 31. at 8 p.m.. at the temple. The auction will include the following artists from the William Ffaber Art Collection of New York: Buffet. Chagall. Cocteau. Dali. Gat (.u.sem. Miro. Picasso. Rayo. Rem nanrit. Renoir, Ret. Silva, Torm, Vasarely and Tissot. Of Jewish Studies By Special Report NEW YORK — The two-year program for the training of administrative personnel in Central Agencies for Jewish P'ducation. leading to a masters or doctoral iegree, will enroll its second group for courses which began during the summer of 1972. A recruitment campaign is now in progress to select a small num"ler of educators who will attend formal classroom instruction for I a period of six weeks in each of two summers and also undertake '.wo semesters of independent Study under university supervision. The 1973 class is to join the class of 1972. which consists of ven educators who completed the first year of studies at thi Graduate School of Education at New York University. The American Association for Jewish EduApiil 3, an ntermediati group will meet while at Temple Menorah on Monlaj and Tht i sday e\ i ning si tr nc April from 7:30 to :' 30 p.:" an advanced beginners group will be held. Those interested in an advanced Ulpan class may attend at Beth -holem Mondays from 7:30 to 9:30 ).m. starting April 2. In the Southwest section there viII be two classc.at Temple Zion, >n Monday and Thursday from i to 10 p m. for beginners and advanced beginners. The spring Ulpan classes are iirected to those planning to Israel. By the conclusion of the 10 week term, participants will be j able to converse in Hebrew. Jan Pe:-rcc. famed Metropolitan Opsio end Broadway singing srer, v ill conduct traditional Passover Seder e srvice> in the DeauviUe Hot* I Mcr.dc / and Tuesday, April iS and i7, for the 10th consecutive year. Tifereth Israel Installs leaders Temple Tifereth iael w II hold a gala Installati n dance Saturday at 7 p.m. in the Seville Hotel. Cor :• i %  :' io" ffi( ers include" Mario Offner, president; Irving Parber and Hym n Astor, vice presidents. Harold Zagi i will serve as Men's Cit •• sid snt, and Doris /.agon ill i.< installed as head of the SisU hood. Rabbi Maurice Klein will give the invocation and benediction, and Juice Rhea Pii <; issman will be installing off r and guest • peaker. HANSI MARCUSE fgTf Knctar '•. I CATERING — %  VMIWIA A cocktail party will precede the auction at 7 p.m., and the ore-auction exhibition will be on view Friday, from 10 a.m.. to 10 O.m., and Saturday from 9 a.m. to I rat on and NYU plan the program auction time. jointly. The committee in charge of the JJ? ^ e *£2? Wh T' auction is headed by Mrs* Samuel SmriT2L22?*£l $ V*"" '.einer and Mrs. Meyer KoUcr, I ^"f li ? f ***,£?" Sisterhood president, and the folfej "J* ">/ INcan1 uidales who applied for scholarships covering tuition, room and and a $1,000 stipend for ThePleasure of your, affair is HOTBL ontainebleau u MIAMI BEACX. FLORID* MAGNTPICEXT FACILITIES / £""PERB SERVICE / GOURMET CUISINE ALL AVAILABLE AT SENSIBLE PRICES. owing: Mesdames William Alper, Jules Arkin, Ted Bodin, Philip 1 1 Oavis, Maurice Esformes, Joel Friedland, Albert Greene, Jack lartley. Royal F. Jonas, James S. Knopke. Marvin Marx, Anna Miller, Irving Miller. Leonard Miller. Morton Robinson. A. Lawrence Rose, Walter G. Sail, Julius Ser, Harry B. Smith, Harold Vinik ind Lewis Zorn. each of the two summers. Same conditions will apply to all in- coming students. nu oountma c.< noon nnuscrot 538-8811 \bur little girl is getting married. At last Will it be a small wedding and a big reception, or vice versa? Alter all, there are a lot of relieved girl friends and rejected boy friends that have to be accommodated, one way or another. Either way, there are no two ways about who should handle the affair. Who else but the Deauville? For the affair of the season. ..be it wedding, reception, confhmation, banquet, meeting or gala...no one can touch the Deauville for elegance of service and cuisine, and the downright luxury of the surroundings. And we never let down our standards. Whether you invite 25 or 3500 guests. Can your little girl have been that popular? Deauville CallMSicherer/Executive Food Director/ 865 8511 Ocean at 67th Street • On the new Miami Beach On your wedding day the last thing on your mind should be The Wedding. We lake care of everything tor you. Our complete conSult.ng service, professional cater.ng, and well-known facilities can make your wedding dream a Dream Wedding. So you'll be free to shed a tew last-minute tears, warm up your cold feet and calm down your mother. And what a beautiful place for a wedding Wedding plans include a complimentary suite for bride & groom! Call Our Catering Director PETER MESSENGER Phone: 3 7 7-196f Sheratontt)ur Ambassadors 801 South Bayshore Drive A WOHIOWIOC SEKVICC Or ITT tfsti^i:. >>


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FcgeS-A fJenisli ftcrkttcnn Friday. March 30, 1973 AJCongress President Calls For New Jewish Commitment By Special Report WASHINGTON, DC. — Rabbi Arthur Hertzberg, president of the American Jewish Congress, said this week that the great enterprise of Jewish life in the 1970s must be to transform our organizations so that they are consciously designed to increase Jewish knowledge and commitment. Rabbi Hertzberg spoke as the Congress' national governing council adopted a resolution calling on the organization's chapters to "intensify Jewish education for our leadership and grass roots members." In his address, Rabbi Hertzberu warned '.hat Jewish communal institutions were "failing to meet thtir primary responsibility of pro\ ling American Jews with a basic | cation and a deep sense of. rootedncss in the Jewish group."' cautioned, however, that ish continuity c inn.it be asid by turning inward so that worry only about "what's good I Jews.' There can be no securH;. for IJie Jewish community by eating to the ghetto. If we take <• religion and ourselves serio is • c must as a people speak ou1 ige usly for those conci human dignity, equality a* I edom which are authentic toi 'wish sstirit Bui commitment to good works ily one aspect ol whal il me • a J v in \; %  day. \V< also mal %  imm n nt I • I 01 o A n i in a ile." fulfill :'commit bi H said, "we mu il ide incr< as< d financial sui port those proj rams thai strengthen Ji ish affirmation and thai en age the search for Jewish He told AJCongress national women's division convention meeting: "The American Jewish munity is increasingly beriming a kind of accidental associa-1 gress women's division played key I roles at the women's division na 1 tional biennial convention thi week in Washington. D.C. AJCongress women serving on tion of Jews who come together to deal with general problems. "But if Jews are to survive as a people, the content of Jewish life | must be filled with something more, he committee £or the me eting. than building hospitals. fond'nK whose tnemt was Our Past as Proumversit.es and offering social,, included Mildred Berlin services to the community at Urge. I Danzj Gertrude Ehrenpreis ( "All these good works as im-j^ Kaplan. Eve Leikin. Muriel pontant and vital as they are Meyergon Sonva R^ Svlvia sil arc| only ways of filling the void l£ Jpanne cfc charlotte left by the evaporation of positive w Henrietta Weiss. Jewish content within Jewry. The great enterprise of Jewish life in More than 500 women leaders of the 1970s must be to transform the AJCongress from throughout our organizations so that they are the country attended the four-day consciously designed to increase convention, which marked the | lewi h knowledge and commitment, women's division's 40th year and Florida leaders of the AJCon-' the 25th anniversary of Israel. Florida Will Nol Permit 'Reverse' Quotas. ADL Told Dinner meeting of the board of directors of the National University Extension Assn. at the Europa Restaurant on Coral Way brings together Dr. Glenn Goerke of South Miami (left) president-elect NUEA, Dean Floyd Fisher of Penn State, Dean Armand Hunter of Michigan State and the current president NUEA. Dr. Robert Ray of Ohio State. Continued from Page l-A two : rs, which have produced evidence of discriminatory i bj two state coll iges "Our Inquiries have resulted in (he filing of several formal charges of discrimination with federal government agencies, including the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the Department of Health, Education and Welfare," Mr. Bernstein said. H led I hat ; o %  .< h ases et of fednquiries in Fl irida. Dl r onal ircctor Arthur Ti i" batim said. "We are pleased by the assurances from the %  %  da H nan i itions Commission that th tate's Affirmative Action Plan will be implemented on the concept of equal opportunity based upon individual ir.cr • The Jewish community and all minorities have a [real deal ..: stake in the preservation of equal emplovmenl practices, We shall re: t,< that end, and vig Ian for anj abuses Carner Bank Displays Metal V> all Hangings < %  V lit ik will show a col il art wall han [in r Bank of Mian I B 10 .: in Ave., thro I H lit %  : %  |( %  .!.., ;:[.,) ;i !" a ilptr s, : 'signs • 1 vorks an.l throu [h discussions with her clients, trans-1 lates their ideainto metal art wall hangings and free standing' pieces. Lake Tahoe. You've had a great afternoon in the snow. You deserve Seagram's V.O. The First Canadian. First in smoothness. First in lightness. First in sales throughout the world. All the others come after. Seagram'* RADIAN WHISKY UWIUI WHISKt-t SUm Of SfUCKS WWSkl£S. SIX KMS OLD. 86.8 PSDOF. SCSMU DISTILLERS CO.. 1U.C. FIRfe T SEDER SECOND SEDER MON APR.L 16-7 P M TUES. APRIL 17 7 P.M $3QOO $25 | ir siracn an DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED i %  11. c.it .": CN THE OCEAN AT 67th STREET. MIAMI BEACH FLORID PfifSO conducted bv Jack Hilliard Monday-April 16th6 p.m 12 50 pe, person including TAX & TIP coll Mr. Skur in Catering 0*' ce 865-756) Cwillon OCEAN AT 68th STREET ~~ 1^"N MOTEL AS ^^X ontain ^tleaa %0 ON THE OCEAN AT a.Ih STREE1 \j TRADITIONAL feseOeR V^i PiTil KOSHER SERVICES • ted by RAbfci MAVeR AbUAMOWitZ CANTTOR NiCO FeLDMAN loir under tht ,sp ces of teMpLe MeNORAh GRAND BALLROOM $22.50 1st Nite; $19.50 2nd Nile APRIL 16-17 OR RESERVATIONS CALL: CATERING OFFICE JE 8-8811 \



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Friday. March 30. 1973 -Jewlsfi nrridttmn toge 8-C Local Philanthropists Israel Bond Ilonorees Local philanthropists will be k.mored with the State of Israel pcroll of Honor during "Night in srael" celebrations under the luspices of the Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization during hi coming weeks. Author Jack H. Levin will be iiid al Seacoaat Towers South in Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. arne.v Pearlman is chairman of lie complex Israel Bond comnittee. Posts Mr, Levin has held are member <•! the Anti-Defai Lea i in Florida and New chief justice, B'nai B'rlth %  district Court; national Commisloner of Vocational Service. B'nai B'rith; chairman of the 1 of the Gold Coast Lodge. JB; member of the first World ish Congress in 1036; New ork chairman of the Aid to rrael Program; irgunisl county i m for Materials for Palestine: and director, Trafalgar Hos' New York. Mr. Levin Is also president of si lents oi B'nai B'rith, York City, and serves as President of the Seacoasl Towers outh Men's Club He ithe author f two non-fiction books, "Mari i J orals and Mothballs" and Syi the Bye. 1 '!..,• president of the North Bay village Jewish Center will be honored at Treasure HOUM on Wednesday, at 8 p.m. Daud S. Kumble, who is also practicing attorney on Miami Beach, is a Member of the Bar : i b >"h Florida and New York State and is active on the Heal Property, Probate, and Trust Committees of the American Bar Assn. nil ,admitted to practice in Dis strict Courtin Florid* and N, w fork and. before the Interstate 'Commerce Commission and the Board of Immigration Appeals. Mr. Kumble has taken part in numerous fund-raising campaigns for Israel Bonds. B'nai B'rith the American Red Cross, and other organizations and is a pastchancellor of the Knights of Pythias. Treasure House Israel Bond chairman is George Gudis. Humorist Joey Russell will entertain. Re idents ol Forte Towers will celebrate Israel's 25th anniversary starting at 8 p.m. on Sunday, April 8. The celebration i< sponsored by the Forte Towers Israel bond eomn ittee, beaded bj George N., Kotin, chairman, ami I. Victor Ament co-chairman. Vice chairmen of the committee are Dr. Maurice ') Emhoff, Max Newman. William Pinsker, and Harry Weinberg. Emil Cohen. Jewish humorist and raconteur, will entertain. Cystic Fibrosis Research News of research strides in deteition and treatment of the genetic disease cystic fibrosis that could produce a test for carriers of the gene responsible for cystic fibrosis within about two years was brought back from the National International Cystic Fibroi sis Conference in Washington, O.C. \ by Franklin Kreutzer, preside it. South Florida chapter Mr. Kreutzi < %  %  said that scientists at the cor.. • ence have reported the isolal • I and purification of blood prr. ; present in patients nnrl terrier [ evstic fibrosis. 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•f Friday, March 30, 1973 +Jewisti fhrSdimn Page S-A Rifkin Selected Third Seder Chairman; Jacobson Here To Aid Histadrut Event Bernard Jacobson. acting execu-. man of the Business and P.ofestive vice president of the National j sional Division of Histadrut here, a Committee for Labor Israel, will | former Technion Society chapter president in Greater Miami and vice president of the Greater Miami chapter of the American Friends of the Hebrew University. One of the principal contributors to the Israel Histadrut Foundation, he is a national leader of Israel Bonds and the United Jewish Appeal. Others designated by Mr. Levin included Dr. Leon Kronish, honorary chairman; Mrs. Else Bonem and Dr. Isaac Unterman, vice chairmen: Morris Newmark, treasurer: Dr. Michael Sossin. past president; and Sam Toll, associ| ate treasurer. ] Jack S. Popick, chairman of the Business and Professional Divi: sion, will work closely with Judge Herbert S. Shapiro and Benjamin ; S. Schwartz, chairmen of the legal advisory committee: and Sidney Bolotin and Morris Kogan. cochairmen of the Israel Histadrut Foundation committee. Mrs. Phil Sahl, president of the Histadrut Women's Council: Max Gleiberman, chairman of the Workmen's Circle Committee; Phil Sahl, president of the Histadrut Friendship Club; and Mayshie Friedberg, chairman of special events, also were named. Other committee memyers announced include Harry Chaet, secretary: Jacob Schachter, publicity chairman, and Jack A. Filosof, Israel Finkel, Bernard Gingold. Sophie Krantz, Leon Rettig, Joshensky, vice presidents. Manuel burstein, a past president of the Zionist Council of South Florida and vice president of the Chaim Weizmann Branch of Fairband, is coordinator of the Third Seder. Reservations may be made at the Histadrut office. Miami Beach. v JACOB KlfKIN be in Miami Beach next week to help the Israel Histadrut Council of South Florida complete plans for its Traditional Third Seder celebration April 18 at the Fon taincblcau Hotel. Mr. Jacobson. who is national director of the Israel Histadrut Campaign and formerly headed all! Histadrut activities in Los Anj geles and the United States west coast, will be guest of honor at a Tuesday afternoon cocktail recep-1 lion for the Histadrut key leadership. The Third Seder this year will help celebrate Israel's 25th anniversary of statehood and will honor Mr. and Mis. Sam Feinstein of Miami Beach, leaders of the Israel Histadrut Foundation and campaign and of the Labor Zionist Movement. Announcement of Mr. Jacobson's visit here was made by Moe Levin, chairman of the board of the Histadrut Council. Ambassador Jacob Doron, Israel's Deputy Representative to the United Nations, will be the guest speaker at the April 18 dinner. Shmuel Fershko is producing an original Haggadah to be narj rated by Mrs. Jack S. Popick and television and radio newscaster! Ken Taylor at the Third Seder. Mr. Levin announced the members of the Third Seder committee, headed by chairman Jacob Rifkin. Mr. Rifkin is a past chairCP Telethon Reaches Goal The ltf73 Miami Cerebral Palsy Telethon reached its goal of S200,000 last week, bettering last year's proceeds by some 548.000. Fred Stanton, president of the United Cerebral Palsy of Miami Association, and Ralph DeMeo, general chairman of the telethon, praised viewers of the Channel 6 program for their support. 2 CHOICE LOTS STAR OF DAVID MEMORIAL PARK. S400.00 BOTH Phone 443-6958 MOBILE HOME FOR SALE 1972 Vindole, Double Wide, 2 Bed rooms, 2 Boths, Central Air and Heat. Completely Furnished, many extras, Adult Park, North Pompano Beach. $18,000.00 Tel. 421-5691 Wanted EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR for Conservative Temple. Senc resume and salary require ments. Write E. 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Friday, March 30, 1973 t'Jcnirt iBor/kHann Page 3-3 JWV Friendship Tea Added To Activities Department of Florida Ladies Auxiliary president Mrs. Lillian Schoen lists, in addition to visits to the Veterans Hospital and installation of new slates of officers, activities for local Dade and Broward auxiliaries will include attendance at the Department's annual friendship tea at 1 p.m. Sunday, at the Balmoral Hotel. The Department will honor Mrs. Fran Levey as the recipient of the "Good Citizenship Award." Norman Bruce Brown 174: Will have an "Awards Night" as part of its regular business meeting on Tuesday, at 8:15 p.m., at the /i^vthian Hall. Seema Lefkowitz, president, will preside. West Miami 223: On Thursday, at 8:15 p.m. a party for outgoing president Mrs. Lester (Natalie) Rosenberg will be hosted by past auxiliary presidents. Trudi Stern, Ruth Burman, Shirley Achtman. Carol Gold. Charlotte Mittlcr. Gladys In^ar. Lee Rubin. Frieda Levine and Carol Marks, at the home of Mrs. Stanley Gold. 8410 SW 38th St. Murray Solomon 243: Will hold its installation of 1973-74 officers at the Zamora temple, Saturday at 8 p.m. A regular business meeting will be held Tuesday, at 8:15 p.m. with new president Evelyn Loew presiding. Miami Beach 330: Will hold a regular business meeting on Thursday. April 5, at the American Legion Hall on Alton Rd. President Bessie Gibber will preside. SurfsideBay Harbor 723: On Sunday, a t;ames party will be held at the Hebrew Home of th^^g^d. Refreshments will be served and i gifts given to the residents of the nome by chairman Ruth Frank. Colonel David Marcus: Will hold a board meeting at the Financial Federal, NW 183rd St. and 7th | Ave. President is Florence Wrona. South Dade 778: Auxiliary members will visit the Homestead Air I Force Base Hospital and serve rei freshments to patients on Thurs%  day. April 5th. On Wednesday, this newly installed auxiliary will attend naturalization ceremony at Bayfront Park Auditorium. Pres' idcnt Leah Eisenman, and patriotic ; instructor and Americanism chairj man Evelyn Clein, will assist in distributing material including Department's pocket size identification cards. West Palm Beach 408: Will hold its joint post and auxiliary installation on Sunday at the Holiday Inn. It will be preceded by dinner at 6:30 p.m. Incoming president is Nettie Hanser and officers will be installed by Department President Lillian Schoen. Women Demos Plan Luiieheon The Adlai Stevenson Democratic Women's Club will hold its annual membership luncheon Saturday at 12:30 p.m. at the Algiers Hotel. Guest speaker will be Marie Anderson, cochairman, Governor's Committee on Status of Women. In charge of reservations are Faye Leibowitz and Miss Svlvia Stein. Committee Of Hunter Alums Plans Meet Marilyn Berliner, president pf aX/the, .So;itli v< FJorid j:>iapter pf the Hunter College Alumni Assn.. announced that an executive com| mittee will be held Saturday. April j 7. at the home of past president I Ethel Berman, 2424 Prairie Ave., j | at 1:30 p.m. Plans will be made for the chapter's seventh installation and reunion luncheon to be held at the Algiers Hotel in Miami Beach May 12. Members of the executive comI mittee are, Ruth Frank, Edna I Hirsch, Janice Rothlein. Blossom 1 Bakerman, Rose Leavy. Byrdie ; King, Emma Layman, Josephine Damler, Frances Shores, Harriet Adler. Shirley Knox, Shirley Karp and Roz Manas. Concurrent Functions For Israel League y — With, th> launching of a $600,000 campaign to complete the National! Rehabilitation and Vocational Residence Center in Nathanya, the | Women's League for Israel will have completed 45 years of serv ice to young women immigrants to Israel. The campaign will be launched .at a luncheon to be held in the Waldorf-Astoria April 11. At the same time, a celebration will take place April 11 at the Eden Roc Hotel. The event will be sponsored by the Lincoln-Miami Chapter of the Women's League for Israel and Mrs. Shirley Nathanson is chairman. In the Miami Beach area, the league is represented by three chapters headed by Mrs. Louis Apell, Roney Plaza. Mrs. Meyer Resnick. Lincoln Miami Beach, and Mrs. Delia Slater, Florida. > Swiss says cheese. Swiss says fondue. !k Swiss Knight says delicious things imported from Switzerland: 6 foil-wrapped wedges of plain or assorted Gruyere Cheese, perfect for snacks, parties, lunch boxes. And for entertaining, Swiss Knight Fondue in a classic recipe of Gruyere and Emmental cheeses, white wine and Kirsch. Swiss Knight' Cheese —Swiss KnightCheese Fondue. More than that you cannot say. Gerber Cheese Co., Inc., Stamford, Connecticut 06905 in honor of Passover. Manischewitz^ FOR PASSOVER S^ll ..,41M0^P^ 0 ft lfc t ll under strict Rabbinical supervision. Certificate on request. 51 LB. PACK For over thirty-five years, families have been relying on Planters Oil for all their Kosher cooking. On Passover and all year through. They like it because it's pure, light and polyunsaturated. So the true taste of the food comes through. Try this traditional Passover recipe x and see what we mean. Cook it with Kosher and Pane Planters Oil. And Happy Passover. ORANGE HONEY CHICKEN Makes 4-6 servings 1 (4-pound) chicken, cut in serving pieces K'z orange 2 teaspoons ground ginger Pinch salt Vi cup Planters Peanut Oil VA cup honey Orange slices Rub chicken pieces with half orange. Sprinkle with 1 teaspoon ground ginger and salt. Combine Planters Peanut Oil, honey and remaining 1 teaspoon ginger. Arrange chicken in baking dish and brush with honey mixture. Roast in moderate oven (350" F.) 1V4 to 2 hours, basting occasionally with the honey mixture. Garnish with orange slices before serving. A Passover Recipe from the Passover Oil 1



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I tFewiisIi Floridian Florida /. March 2 r < Section B Lehrman Scholarship Ball j Names Koretzkv Chairman • • • cuti' has I B %  • in I : • %  i Vpi 28 -in. urn em K i n' %  n de by Judge Herbert s Sh i] iro, president, and Samuel N. Friedland, chairman of the board of the Miami Beach synagogue. A native of Greater Miami. Mr. Koretzkv is secretary of Temple Emanu-El. and ha? served for mans List ; i rmari %  • on of Mr Kon aduate of the Universit; of Miai ; a member (.1 the_b tai d ol %  ei n of the Greater Miami Philharmonic Orchestra and is a patron of the arts and music. He took his graduate studies in hotel administration at Cornell University. Active in the Miami Beach Dr. Mowshowitz Speaker At Paul Benjamin Fete Dr. Israel Mowshowitz. special Mrs. Sydelle Sehlanger, co-chairadvisor to the president of Yeshiva men. University and leader in Jewish Tnc Florida Friends of Yeshiva University is an organization of area industrial and professional leaders, educators, parents of students and alumni who identify with and support the goals of the in stitution. Now in its 87th year, Yeshiva University is America's oldest and largest university established under Jewish auspices. In its undergraduate and graduate divisions the University offers programs leading to degrees and diplomas in the liberal arts, natural, social and behavioral sciences. Judaic studies, education, medicine, and other professional fields for a current enrollment of more than 7.000 men and women. The Main Center of Yeshiva University is in the Washington Hei : ,;..n of Manhattan. Its thr. major teaching centers are local elsewhere in Manhattan and in the Bronx. Americ on. i I Hotel. He is ncm of the A an i u .-. I on 1 inal i and J -.' %  -. A mi mb< %  of P Phi fraternity, Mr. Koretzky has been live in the Gr i Jewish Federation and f r State of Israel Is. He is • man of the hot?] division of the Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund. Mr. Koretzky said Wedr. that 100 persons or firms have contributed $700 annual scholarships tcwards the goal of 150 for this year's dinner and dance. Persons making scholarship donations receive complimentary reservations for the Scholarship Ball. He noted that the Lehrman Day School "serves the entire Jewish community, with many students coming from congregations other than Temple Emanu-El. and some from families not affiliated with any synagogue." Dr. Irving Lehrman (center) of Temple Emanu-El presents the Alzmaut (Independence; Award to Ellison H. Kosofi (left en bohalf of Siate of Israel Bonds. The occasion was c "Night in Israel' celebration at Harbour House. Mr. Koson is a member of the Nationcl Presidents Club of B'nai B'rith. and a board member of Temple Emanu-El. Viewing the presentation is Philip Kopitsky, Harbour House Israel Bond chairman. Histadrut Women Set April 11 Luncheon The Women's Council of Hista-1 lac Hotel. A musical program U drut, Marsha Wolfstein Chapter, i planned. will hold its monthlv meeting' In charge of reservations ar Mrs Morris Kogan. Mrs. Al K:rWednesday, April 11 beginning \ g on and M „ phllip Sahl pr33: with a noon luncheon at the Cadil: dent. B U R D I 1ST E. 'i DR. ISRAtl AtOWSHOWITZ communal affairs. wi'J be guest speaker at the Florida Friends of Yeshiva Universitj Heritage dinner honoring Paul Benjamin. Thursday, April 5. 6 p.m., at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Mr. Benjamin is to receive •* eshiva University highest accolade for volunteer leadership, the Heritage Award, in recognition of "outstandii lership in behalf of educational and humanitarian causes." Dr. Mowshowitz was appointed special advisor to the president of Yeshiva University in March of 1972. and has served since 1949 as spiritual leader of the Ilillcrest Jewish Center in Flushing. N. Y., winch granted him life tenure in 1957. Dr. Mowshowitz received a bachelors degree from Yeshiva College cad ordination from the University-affiliated Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary. He holds master's and PhD degrees from Duke University, and in 1966, was awarded an honoraryDoctor of Humane Letters degree by Yeshiva University. Active in public affairs for more than 35 years. Dr. Mowshowitz has circled the globe on behalf of Zionist causes. Russian Jewry, the National Conference of Christians and Jews and the New York Board of Rabbis, of which he is a past president. Plans for the community-wide tribute are being coordinated by chairman Leonard Zilbcrt: Charles Fruchtman, honorary chairman; Mrs. Sorrel R. Bollet, Harry H. Frankel, Moses Hornstein, Jack Leeb, Mrs. William Rauoher, and Fred D. Hirt of the Jewish Home for the Aged, will be guest speaker Sunday morning, April 1, at Temple Beth El of Hollywood. Spring Festival At Beth Kodesh Beth Kodesh Congregation will hold its 28th annual spring festival in the Seville Hotel, Sunday evening April 8. Dinner, dancing, music and entertainment will bef eatured, and the food at the banquet will be kosher. Henry S. Greenbaum is general chairman of the festival. Max Shapiro is rabbi of the congregation. I the softened shirtdress TODAY'S SOPHISTICATE. Shirtdresses. Long sleeved. Pointed c ared (but minus yesterday's star S mply sashed ... or, gathere;: %  .: st. For a look that's timeless Wrinkle | /ester kn 5-13. B itton-froi I /v.byCar$48 • [ ;:i$.5.Th =>2 c : s: ....-•' AN.: IRES (



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Friday. March 30. 197C +Jewisti noridlimn Hadassah Leaders On Israel Study Mission Mrs. Helen Weisberg, incoming "This is enriching Israeli edurresident of the Florida region..of I cation," concluded Mrs Weisberg A..*,..., i "Hadassah has brought vocational Hadassah, and Mrs. Augusta Mentz, president of the Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah, are in Israel as members of the Hadassah Presidents' Study Mission Some 25 regional and big city presidents are participating in the mission. "We arrived in Israel 10 days after the Libyan plane catastrophe and found the people still shocked training at advanced levels to the country. The women of Hadassah have reason to be proud of the results of their hard work." Sculpture and Israel Art Forum Subjects The Monthly Art Forum, sponsored by the Miami Beach Art ;;nd grief-stricken by the tragedy."; Club will meet Tuesday. April 10. said Mrs. Weisberg during a visit at 7 p.m. in the Miami Beach Pub1o the Hadassah-Hebrew Univerlie Library. Guest speaker will be .'ity Medical Center. "One bright Zina Posever. Florida sculptor, aspect is that the life of the Libyan who will demonstrate Creativity co-pilot, flown to the Hadassah in Mud." Hospital by helicopter for treat-! ment in the Intensive Respiratory! n Frl <'ayApril 13. at 8 p.m., at Washington Federal, 1234 Washington Ave., the club will hear a talk on Israel as viewed by artist Lou Kopman who will illustrate his address with color slides. Care Unit, has been saved. He is now recovering." Mrs. Mentz noted that Arabs from Jordan, Lebanon and Kuwait, officially at war with Israel, cross the Jordan River and come 1o the Hadassah Medical Center for treatment with the consent m .4Q lb W!!'•. S • s svwnWm '• S'tu'Wn t.S-ntl HI IVSltrrtPM %  '• Vqrj.i.0 V l %  s cj-tl pi? S V5-1I pi I %  %  ^!-.< %  1 \1 II J? 3IH 10 )V) .35' MH + HI Umo.-m 1.40 II — IWbpolPIrt S'l 51 If* fll IS? V 0 1* .", J'J • 27i, i a uS&vp^Tt 3% Smelt lb ;.~ € o "I I }1H 11 14'i Rri lit* !•' 54 54 %  %  t 40 %  11 30. • 31 33 ,3T* 3?% 30' 31H 3JV4 33'* Wn*t<-^ .4? W-VUCO .41 i' lr* %  fit HH 3 A% /*%



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Friday. March 30. 1973 -rJeoisHhrkUnn Chanukat Habayit Set For Hebrew Academy hayit April 8 at its new Merwitzer i TK„ „ I U Building to dedicate the Olga and L ]o T ^ e c e a, .T W l" Wrk the Margaret Weishaus High School for „" !" ^l,^ ^M f ling and biulding tne MerPage 7-B Girls and the Reinhard family cornerstone of the building. witzer Building. Named in honor cf the late Louis Rebecca Merwitzer and their Meeting Topic, Self Protection For Women Victory Unit of the Woman's Corps of the Papanicolaou Cancer Research Institute will hold its regular meeting on April 2, at 10:30 a.m. at the Washington Federal. 699 NE 167th St. Election of officers is on the agenda. Double Engagement In Goldstein Family Mr. and Mrs. Yehuda Rohald of | after which the couple will travel Tel Aviv, Israel, announce the ento the United States for their and family, the five-story building is one o[ the most modern educational facilities in the American Jewish community, Rabbi Gross said. Shriners Circus Open To Kids On April I! Irving Firtel. president of the Hebrew Academy, and B. I. Binder, chairman of the board, said the ( hanukat Habayit ceremonies will begin at 10:15 a.m.. with the program free and open to the general community, Joseph Weishaus. patron of the girl's high school, will participate in the dedication. The Merwitzer ling also will house all junior i .' si ho l activities of the Souths Hebrew day school, accordibbi Alexander s. Gross, i incipal. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Reinhard. I idi r of the Hebrew Academy, ate a cornerstone for the new building in behalf of theii enfamily. Mr Reinhard is senior vice president of the .Miami Beach school and a naiional leader for Israeli and Torah Judaism causes. The circus, produced by ai Oscar Schapiro. chairman of the Karl Wallenda, will open for a < (ecutive committee, said all of-, five-day stay in Miami on \V i ficers. directors and trustees of the day. April 11, and will run Hohrow \<-:.ri<. mv arp exoected to '>•-.„,. h Sundav, April 15. Detective Pat speak on "Self Women." Leonard Protection will for Other events planned by the unit for the coming month include a dinner and show at the Carillon Hotel on Sunday, April 15. and Jai -Mai on Wednesday. April 2=5. gagement of their daughter, Hagit, to David Goldstein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman H. Goldstein of N. Miami Beach. David is presently a student at tne University of Tel Aviv, and Hagit is fulfilling her military service obligations as a Corporal in the Israeli Army. The wedding is planned for July 10. at the Dan (armel in Haifa. honeymoon, and to attend the wed ding of David's sister, Sherri. Mr. Goldstein and his bride plan to make their home in Israel. Mr. and Mrs. Norman H. Gold stein of N. Miami Beach, announce the engagement of their daughter Sherri. to Richard S. Levy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Levy, also of N. Miami Beach. The. wedding is planned for July 15. Tavior Mahi Shrine Temoio for kids who n v, •• mc ml er "t %  k is norm. i r get 1 The> i r j, Saturdi %  morning '" %  I 14. v i the • :circus, "the circus '"' % %  puts on a fn i two half hour performance foi I The sweetest part of the Seder. red :e.' i-c'cr strict F?b'r ; nica! supervision. Certificate on request. FREE PARKING AT ALL JM STORES! M MMMW GIVE AND ENJOY PASSOVER CANDIES AND CAKES Barton's Passover selection of chocolate and baked specialties bring delicious and festive accents to your holiday entertaining and gift-giving. JM's enticing selection includes: A. Passover Bartonettes, 1 pound box, 2.75 B. Seder Mints, 9 ounces Parve, 1.79 C. Egg Kichelach, 6 ounces Parve, 1.49 D. Mandel Brodt, 8 ounces Parve, 1 59 E. Almond Kisses, 1 pound can, 2.89 CANDIES, at all jm stores except pompano It's to your credit to say "charge it'' at jm I



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Pace 12-C *Jenist N u M to f i Friday, March 30. I97J Apartment by River New Riven Lifestyle by the Isaacsons. Garry Isaacson and his wife, Pam, moved up to River Reach from Miami about a month ago. The Isaacsons live life to the brim. And love even minute of it. Like having breakfast on their balcony and watching the boats glide past on New River. And the companionship bf neighbors who've made them feel at home here. Thev like the security of living on an island. With only one entrance guarded by a manned gatehouse 24-hours a day. They like being close to downtown Fort Lauderdale (just five minutes away). And Miami is only a 30 minute drive via 1-95, with the Davie Boulevard Interchange just 5 blocks to the west. With all that convenience they live in a lovely residential area. Out of the shadows of tall buildings and away from the crowds and the traffic. You can move up to River Reach for as little as $27,700. Come on. Grab a little gusto. Get it together with the now f>eople at River Reach. If you don't believe the living's great, just ask the Isaacsons. ?-• RIVER lu?aCH $27 iw'to ^SS^TT V th 2 ***"" ^'imenu from MftttJM t^Z^ 'J^"*"" parti..ent, from $29,300 SWW,!;,^""^" 11 in r Laud*** on ftKfewnn TkJTl ft? hk ^ nonh<,f SW ,2,b %  • (D* cm') S? n K F',„ Iw \S*1* Boulevard E fKpowry Phone 32Mr* 9 h AVe "* ieU "^ bl k **



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"cJewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Voiume 46 — Number 13 Miami, Florida — Friday, March 30, 1973 Tnree Sections Pi ice 25 ce: Israelis Battling In Party JERUSALEM (JTA)— Trouble developed within the labor party this week over the candidacy of Prof. Ephraim Katohalski, who was nominated by the party's Central Committee last week for the presidency of Israel. The rift in labor party ranks widened between the Mapai faction leadership which supports Dr. Katchalski and the Rafi wing that backed Deputy Knesset speaker Yitzhak Navon for the office. It was further aggravated by disclosure of a letter written to Mr. Navon by former Premier David Ben Guriony who said that Mr. Navon should have been elected, and expressed regrets that he wasn't. The Jerusalem branch of the Labor Party, which favored World Jewry Watching Soviet Visa Re taxation DAVID BCN-GURION Mr. Navon. has moved to create a new bloc within the party to counter the Tel Aviv bloc headed by Finance Minister Pinchas Sapir and Mayor Yehoshua Rabinowitz, both Mapai leaders who promoted Prof. Katchalski's nomination. Jerusalem party leaders are -"nntirvied on Page 2-A LONDON — British Jews have received no confirmation that the education tax on Soviet Jewish emigrants has been rescinded or will not continue to he applied in practice, according to Lord Janner of Leicester Addressing a meeting of the Board of Deputies of British Jews. Lord Janner said that there has been no known improvement in the position of Soviet Jews who apply for exit visas for Israel and they arc still being harassed. Lord Janner was referring to recent reports from Moscow that Soviet authorities had suspended the diploma tax demanded of educated Jews seeking to emigrate. In New York, the National Conference on Soviet Jewry quo'ed Jewish sources in Moscow as saying there had been no significant changes in Soviet emigration poiicy. The NCSJ said there were Indications of a new wave of trials for alleged "parasitism.'' Fifteen families who had applied for exit visas were reportedly rejected on the same day that reports emanated from Moscow of a relaxation of emigration. Israel-Made Missile 'Shafrir' For Sale 2 Jews Sentenced For Spy Activities TEL AVIV (JTA) — A new. highly sophisticated, air-to-air missile developed by "Raphael," Israel's Weapons Development Authority, was uri-cilcd to Israeli and Foreign newsmen this week. The missile, named "Shafrir." report) illy has been tested in combat. No details of the missile or its testing have been published so far. It is believed to be similar to the American "Sidewinder." but is more sophisticated. It reportedly hns two homing devices — one radar-controlled and the other infra-red. The "Shafrir," (Canopy) v a< btyilt at a reported cost of $22,000 each at the "Raphael" workshops. Dr. V., ev IMnnea. director of Raphael." headed the team that developed the weapon. The Defense Ministry is reportedly prepared to sell the missile to friendly foreign powers. According to unofficial and unconfirmed reports, the "Shafrir'' has been employed in aerial combat, and scored direct hits on Egyptian and Syrian jets that were downed during the past two years. TEL AVIV (JTA) — Prison terms ranging from two to 17 years were imposed on six convicted members of a Syriandirected Arab-Jewish spy ring by a Haifa District Conrt this week. Stiffest sentences were drawn by Daoud O-siran Turki. 4*5, the Haifa Arab who headed the ring and Ehud Adiv, 26, the kibbutzborn, former paratrooper who headed the spy ring's Jewish section. The seeond Jewish defendant, Dan Vered, a 28-year-old school teacher, was sentenced to 10 years imprisonment. Two Arab defendants. Subhi Naarani, 28 and Annis Karani, 23, drew 15year terms. Simon Haddad. 34, the only one of the defendants who expressed regret for his activities, was sentenced to two years' imprisonment and was given an additional, three-year suspended sentence. The court stressed that the political views expressed by the defendants had no bearing in the determination of the sentences. It not--:!, however, that with the execptim ;,f Mr. Hand .d. all "had reaffirmed their intention to overthrow the Israeli regime, and replace it with a Communist one. A second group of spy-ring defendants, including four Jews, is expected to go on trial early next month. Mr. Vered is a former student at the University of Miami. The Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry said this week it had learned in a telephone c vi rsation with Jews in Ki. that successful applicants I exit visas were being Informed by the Ovir (visa bureau) that they were "exceptions." Three Kiev activists were refused visas during the past f'days and were told they could not reapply for a year. The K. Jews said that eight activists in Leningrad were also refused Visas, the SSSJ reported. Foreign Ministry officials in Israel so far have been unable to offer a hard assessment >i what the apparent relaxation of the Soviet diploma tax bo( • for the future. "All we know is that son-.? scores of Jews have been exempted.'' one official said in Jerusalem. "We do not know If this is a transient move or the beginning of something mo;-; permanent." Foreign Minister Abba Eb.r-. who briefed the Cabinet on the subject this week, is understnto have said much the sar. e thing. Absorption Minister Nathan Peled said In an interview that he thought there was a "good chance" that the Ri -sians meant to freeze but not to cancel the education tax on Soviet Jews. He added that or. time would tell if the move to end the ransom tax was permanent. Jewish Agency Executi %  chairman Louis Pincus, interviewed by Israel Radio in London said that "World Jewry will continue to fight for the right Continued" on Page 3-A Another Scandal Looming Florida Will Not Permit Ag Sinai Jhefts Revealed 'Reverse' Quotas, ADL Told The Florida Human Relations Commission, a state agency, has assured the Florida office of the Anti Defamation League of B'nai B'rith that the state's Affirmative Action Plan for employment will not involve "'reverse" discrimination through the use of quotas or preferential treatment for minorities or women. In a letter to the ADL, Robert Rackleff, director of the Human Relations Commission said, "because you met with us at an early stage in the drafting of the plan announced this month by the governor, we were able to provide safeguards which will prevent i


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Page 10-B fJknist not idisr Friday, March 30, 1973 LEGAL NOTICE LtGAL NOTICt I LtGAL NOTICt NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 72-268 -Acti of 1972 File No. 73 A 10 (Chapter 197 (FS) 1972 Supplement to Florida Statute* 1971) NOTICE IS HEREBY (SIYEN thai Ronald I. Baron. Trustee holder <>r County Tax Sale Certificate X. 77821 i.-.-ne.i the 1st day >-Art*. A*r.*lW. In has filed -am, in the Tax Collector's Adoption of mln office, and has made application for a lax deed to be issued thereon Saul Certificate embraces tba following described property in the County of Dade, State of Florida, to-wit: XV4 Lot 98. Green Haven Acres, Plat Book 45 Page 77. Section 84. I Township 53 South. Man*" 39 East, containing .45 acres more or leaa. in the County of Dade. State of Florida. The ass.-s-.ni.-nt of said property ina, under the said certificate was in the the NOTICE OF PUBLICATION PETITION FOR ADOPTION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION JO. 73-7155 %  • • ,, CASE N thVimltteY oT! hlldren i\ stepfather JAMBS MORRIS. .IK Petitioner TO: DONN IE EDWIN ENBERG Residence Unknown ,\, icii.sUnknown vtir. Donnle Edwin hereby notified that a Adoption of your minor BWARD ENBERQ ha.ajrainsl you. am -. ?\. B copy of n Bnberg are Petition foi child TODD been filed you are required to >ur Answer or pleadto the Petition for Adoption on Petitioner's attorney. RORF name of: Vernerscery 8tromt H. BURN'S. ESQUIRE, "•'. Uncnln Unless said certificate shall be re|{,| Miami Beach, Florida, and Hie deemed according; "' law. the property the original answer or pleading In II office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the S day of .May. 1973 If you fail to do so. Judgment by described herein will be sold to the highest bidder for cash at the Courthouse door on the first Monday in the month of April. 197:1. which is the 2nd Default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Petition for Adoption. This Notice shall be published once each week for four (4) cons, cut i v. weeks in the Jewish Floridian DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Dade County, Florida this 21 day of March 197:'. RICHARD P BRINKER Cl.rk Circuit Court Had,County. Florida By: I.. SNEEDEN (Circuit Court Seall 3 JO I 6-13-29 dav of April. 197.1. at 10:80 AM Dated this 27th dav of February. 197.: RICHARD P BRINKER Clerk Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida By P. F fluids!ranil DC (i ait Court Seal) S/9-18-23-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious namt IONEER APARTMENT8 at 12155 Ni: 6th Avenue North Miami. Florid] intend to register said name with thi Clerk of the ClrcuM Court of Dade • uni y, Florida Ronald 1. Davis Carol Ann Davis AM irney: ito I'I!. i i, Davis, in Persona r. ; %  :-: 3-30 t NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKRE11V GIVEN thai Hit nndaraigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of HMW ENTERPRISES at 921 X E. 155th Street. North Miami Reach. Fla intends to register said name with lb. Olerk of the Circuit Court of Hade Coutitv. Florida SYLVIA DIAMOND 3 9.18.23-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of BONNTE'S HAIR STYLISTS al number 1028 Michigan Avenue in the City of Miami Reach. Florida intendlo reglstei the -aid name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dad.County. Florida. Dated at Miami Reach. Florida, this 23 dav of March. 1073. Bonnye Rlccardl Sole Owner : 30 4/0-13 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 73-1691 John R. Blanton I RE Estate of Mil DRED ANDEREOG I NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claimor Demands Agaln8l Said Estate v iu are hereby notified ami required to Dresenl any claims and demands "ihlch vou may have against the estate of MILDRED ANDEREOG deI late of bade County, Florida. to the Circuit .1U.1L'.-of Dad. County. and file the sam.in duplicate and aprnvided in Section 733.1S, Florida Statutes, in their offices in the Counts Courthouse in Dade county. Florid., within six cab-ndar monthfrom thi time of the first publication here%  •: • the -am. will be barred Dated at Miami. Florida this 22 dav of March. A D. 1973. H. EDWIN ANDEREOG As Administrator First nuhlication of this notice on -b. M dav of March. 1973. c.Ri.VER WEINSTEIN & ST.M'BER. PA. Bv: Sherwin Staub.r. F.so. \ttornev for Estate of Mildred Andereeg 350 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Florida 3/3(1 4/6-13-20 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. 73-7114 ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF GERTRUDIZ ELENA RODRIGUEZ. Wife. Petitioner, and EDUARDl' RODRIGUEZ, Husband. Respondent. TO: .MR. BDCARDO RODRIGUEZ (Residence I 'nknownl rOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action for Dissolution of Marriage has been filed against you and you are required to serve a copy of vour written defenses, if any. to it on ABE KOS8. attorney for Petitioner. whoae address is 11 N\\ 12th Avenue. Miami. Florida 33130. and file the original with the Clerk of the above styled roui'l on or before April 3". 197:; otherwise a default will be entered against you for the relief demanded In th. complaint or petition This police shall be published one, each w,-.-k for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH Fl OKI DI AN. WITNESS my band and the seal of said court at Miami. Florida on thi 28 dav of March. 1973 RICHARD P BRINKER As Clerk. Circuit Court 11.ni.Countv, Florida By R M KISSEE \Deputy Clerk (Circuit Court Senli ABE K'OSS ESQUIRE Ml N W 12th Avenue Miami. Florida 23130 Attorney for Petitioner :: SO I '6-13-2(1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA DADE COUNTY General Jurisdiction Division CASE NO. 73-6794 NOTICE OF SUIT PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE f.\RE: IX THE MARRIAGE OF AXITA HERRI. Wife-Petitioner and NICHOLAS PERKi. i lusbandRespondent TO: NICHoi-AS PEI1RI 205 HOWI.AND AVENUE ROCHESTER. NEW YORK you, NICHOLAS PBRRI. are hereby notified that a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a cops of your Answer or Pleading to said I'etition for Dissolution of Martial:, on the Wife-Petitioner's attorney. Ronald L. Davis, Esq. P.A., 417 Blscayne Building. 19 W Flagh-r Street. Miami. Florida 33180, Phone 379-2851, and file the original Answer or Heading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 23 dav of April. 1973. If you fail to do so. judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Petition for Dissolution of Marriage. THIS NOTICE shall be published onc< each week for four (4i consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida ibis 2 dav of March. 1973. RICHARD P BRINKER. Clerk Circuit Court Dade Countv. Florida By: R J. FOY Deputy cierk (Circull Court Seall 23-30 1 f.-13 LEGAL HOTICt LtGAL NOTICt 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. 73-6688 GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE IN RE: MARRIAGE OP ARTHl'R ELKS and BEATRICE ELKS TO: AllTHIII BLKS C 0 J. A. Fulgliun Route No 6 Tifton. Georgia Viil' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action for Dissolution of Marriage has been filed BgBlnsI > OU and you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any to it on MAX P. BNOEL, ESQ. attorney for Petitioner, Whoae address Is 14l'.l N.W. 17th Ave. Miami. Florida, and file the original With the clerk of the ah. v styled court on or before April 25th. 1973: otherwise a default will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the complaint or petition] This notice shall he published once, each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FI.OR1DIAN. WITNESS my hand and the seal of said court at Miami. Florida on this 19th dav of March. 1973 RICHARD P BRINKER As Clerk Circuit Court I lade I '"Utitv. Florida By N A HEWETT MS Dentilv clerk .Circuit Couri S.all MAX P ENOEL |61 X W 17tb Avenue Miami. Florida Attorney for Petitioner .: *.JI I '-IJ 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. 73-6758 GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE IN RE: HKI.IODORA PETTIT FREDERICK PETTIT TO: FREDERICK PETTIT Residence unknown yOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action for Dissolution of Marriage has been filed against you and you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses. If any. to II on Sidney Efronson. attorney for Petitioner, whose address is 612 Ainslcy Building, Miami Florida, and file the original with the clerk of the above siyled court on or before April 27. 1973: otherwise a default will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the complaint or petition. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FI.OR1D1AN. WITNESS my hand and the seal of said court at Miami. Florida on 30 dav of March. 1973. RICHARD P BRINKER As Clerk. Circuit Curt Dad.County. Florida By C P. COPB1 AND As Deputy Cbrk 11 "In nit Court Seal) Sidney Efronson 012 Ainsley I'.uildine Miami Florida Attorney for Petitioner :: 23-3" 4 '6-18 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION No. 73-1604 In RE Estate of ARTHl'R 'I FERRILLO. Dei eased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Cr.-.litor.and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Agalnsl Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present any claimand demands which you may have agalnsl the estate of ARTHI'H c. FERRILLO deceased late of Dade County. Florida. to the Circuit Judges of Dade County, and file the same in dupli. ate and as provided in Section 733.16. Florida Statutes, in their offices in the County Courthouse in Dade County. Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred. Dated at Miami Florida, this 19th day of March. AD. 1973. /s' Armand Ferrilln As Administrator First publication of thinotice on the 28rd dav of Mar.-h. 1971 ARONOVTTZ. SILVER & BOOTH tins itv; Sidney M. Aronovlti I Attorney for Estate of Arthur O, Ferriiio. deceased 90S Vlnaley Building Miami. Fla SSI32 I 22-:ai I 6-13 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY PROBATE DIVISION PROBATE NUMBER 73-1388 (Formerly County Judges Court) In HE: Estate of SADIE l.l'HEI.U Dedeased, '* • r" o NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditorami All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Bald Estate: You are hereby notified and require I io pies.'ni any claims and demand-, which you may have agalnsl the — tate of SADIE I.l'HEl.l. dec as-I late of Dad.County. Florida, lo tht> Circuit Judges of Dade County, and file the same in duplicate and as provided in Section 733.16. Florida Statutes, in their offices in the County Courthouse in Dade County. Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred Dated at Miami Florida, this 6 day of March A D. 1978, IRVING LUBELL AExeculor First publication of this notice on Hie !>th dav of March. 1973 SIMON. HAYS & QRUNDWERQ Atlornev for Executor (09 Alnsley Building Miami. Florida .13133 3 0-1 "•.-23-30 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 72-6256 in RE: Bstati ol HERMAN I. SHAW |i. eased NOTICE OF PROBATE THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF SAID DEI BDENT. You are herebj notified that •• written Instrument pu.*wortlna t.. be the last will ami testament of -aid decedent has been admitted ill said Court. You are hereby commanded within six calendar months from the date of the first publication of this notice to appear in said Court and show cause, if any you can. Whj the action of said Court in admitting laid will to probate should not stand re\ pked FRANK R I" iVVI.IXC. Countv Judge RICHARD P BRINKER Clerk ADER GISSBN NATHAN KSQS. and NELSON ,v FEI.DMAN. P A Attorney 113". Kane Concourse Bai Harbor Islands. Ma First publication of this notice on the '.' dav of March. 1973. S'9-16-23-30 NOTICE OF ACTION CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE (NO PROPERTY! IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVKKTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV. CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-7075 GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE IN RE: The marriage of <;.\ BTANA GERAC1 and SOPHIE OERACI TO: SOPHIE GERACI 23 Ashley Street Bast Boston Massachusetts 213 I HI ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED I thai an action for Dissolution ,,f Marriage has b.en filed agalnsl you and va i an PI quired to Berve a copy of! your written di fi ••-. s, if any to it <>n MICHAEL p. CHA8E. attorney.] % %  •I Petitioner, who-,address i16*24 N K 19th Avenui North Miami Beach Worlds SS162. and file the original with ibe clerk of the above stvled court on or before Maj I, I97S: otherwise a default will be entered agaii l you for the relief demanded In the complaint or petition This nqtlci shall be puhl %  '" h wi e it in THE JEWISH i" • iRfDIAN WITNESS my band and the i I court .11 Miami Florida on RI< HARD P, BRINKER, \Clerk Circuit Court Dad. Count.! Florida r.\ B .1 POT -_, Is i ut) Clerk f< i uir Court Peal) fS[> •J.M-.l. ;• CHASE PA If* < v ;.; ,.,,„ Avenue North Mlnml Bench Florida S3161 Atlornev for Petitioner M I (-13-20 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. 73-7417 GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF JOHN KEARSE. Husband Petitioner DOROTHY G, KEARSE. Wife Respondent '!' i I" illnTHV O. KEARSE VIM' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action for Dissolution of Marr.aue has been filed against vou and' you are required to serve a copy of vour written defenses, if any. to It on DAVID E. STONE, attorney for Petl! tloner whose address Is 101 N.W. 12th Ave.. Miami. Florida 33128. Telephone: I 338-4222. and file the original with i the clerk of the above styled court on or before April 30. 1973: otherwise a default will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the complaint or petition. This notice shall he published once each week for four consecutive weeks 1 In XJE JEWISH Fl-ORIDIAN. WITNESS my hand and the seal of said court at Miami. Florida on this 27 dav of March. 1973. Richard P. Brinker As Clerk. Circuit Court Dade Countv. Florida By c. P. COPELAND As Deputy Clerk (Circuit Court Seal) STONE \SOSTCHIN. PA 1"1 N W 11'tb Ave Miami. Florida 338-4222 Attorney for Petitioner :: ::n i 6-13-20 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION Case No. 73-6982 In re: the marriage ..f NELSON RODRIQIEZ. husband, vs. XIOMARA ROMAN RODKIQIEZ. wife. TOO. XIOMARA ROMAN RODRIUl EZ, are notified to serve a copy Of your answer to Dissolution of Marriage filed against you. on husband's attorney GEORGE NICHOLAS. 612 N.W. 12th Avenue. Miami. Florida 33136. and file original with Clerk of this Court on or before May 4. lii~3. otherwise the Dissolution of Marriage will be confessed bv you. DATED: March 22. 1973. RICHARD P BRINKER Clerk B>: C. P. COPELAND. D.C. 8/30 4/6-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious namt "i" SUNRISE CONDOMINIUM LIMITED, PARTNERSHIP at 1619 N %  '. 8th Suet. Homestead, Florida 33a3n. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. GROYER C. DIU'I'.Y I.ORIS FARNESI ANTHONY TARAFA TAMIL 1SAIAS NORFE INVESTMENT CO.. INC. HARRIS & SII'.KIN. I' A Attornevs for Applicants r.;h Floor Dade Federal Bidg. Miami. Florida 33131 I 10 4/6-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Undersigned, desiring tO engage ill business under the fictitious name of PEDIATRIC PROFESSIONAL ASSO CIATES. PA at 7"l Galloway Road, Miami, Fla Intends tO regi.-l.-t said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida DRS 8TEMERMAN BROWN AND I \Z\HI'S PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION Sparber, Zemel, Roskln ft II, ilbronner. P A Attorneys for applicant in" N Blscayne Boulevard Miami. Fla. 3 fi-16-23-30 .,1 of this IN THE 11TH CII.'CUIT COURT DADE COUNTV. FLORIDA No. 73-7412 GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN RE The marriage of Al TAOR \CIA BASTIAN, \\ it. and EDDIE liASTIAN. i in-band Yor. EDDIE BA8TTAN. unknown, are reoulred to NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of BEACH SHADE ft GL\SS at S15 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach Fla. intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Cunty. Plorida. PAUL CLICK KWITNEY ft KROOP Attorneys for applicant 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach. Fla. 1/10 t/eM8-20 answer to the petition of marriage with the above Couri and serve upon 11. rman Coh< n, Bldg Miami for resldet 1 file your llssotul Ion Clerk of th. ;i cm tnei. 1 • Bsa 1310-11 Florida, on bfor< April SO 1978. "t elsi petition \i ill bi confessed Dated: .Mar :7 Richard p Brlnl • Clerk. Circuit Cou-I By C P COPEI AND Deutifv Clerk S :• % %  • I ^-i3-;r. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY CIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of CLOVERLEAF AMOCO BERVICE STATION at No r, N w 167th Stn I Miami. Florida. SSI69 intendto reglatei -aid name with the Cl< rk of the circull court of Dade County, Florida JITl FS KRA8NER BAXTER .v FRIEDMAN Attorney for annll ant 1*73 x E 163rd Street N. Miami Bi ach, I'I :: 1 11 13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAV/ NOTICE is HEREBY OTVE> ;' "' n n ed 1 lir ,. |„ bi under the fb tltlous 1 im< of RIMERA TOW ER8 SOUTH HONDOMINIUM -,i 661 X E Mil: sir,., M,. ami Fla, Intends 1 ,„.. with the Clei „,. ,.. Dad.. ( nuntv, Florid BUR DEVP.I II'MPVT WOI F ft SCHOXINOER P \ %  neys f..r annlb MOfl g I, I ,,,... .. ; So I, ; %  1 Miami r 1 4'6-1 IN THE CIRCUIT JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 73-1983 GEORGE E. SCHULZ In RE: Estate of MOLLIE LEVY Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you may have against the estate of MOLLIE LEVY deceased late of Dade County. Florida, to the Circuit Judge of Dade County, and file the same in duplicate and as provided In Section 733.1H. Florida Statutes, in their offices in the Countv Courthouse In Dade Countv. Florida within six calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof „ r the same will be barred. Dated at Miami. Florida, this 19 day of March. A.D. 1973 I.ENORE ilEOEL JULIAN SIEGEL As Executors First publication of this notice on the 83 day of March, 1!>73 JOSEPH SCHMIER Attornev for Estate 606 Lincoln Road, Suite 2"fi Miami Beach Florida 9 83 4 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. 73-5855 ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE General Jurisdiction Division IN HE: Marriage of LILIANA Tl/KMEU Wife and JEAN MARK Tl'RMEI* Husband TO: JEAN MARK TURMEL 1*35 De Lo Konde Quebec 3 Quebec. Canada YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action for Dissolution of Marriage has been filed against you and you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses. If any. to it on ROMEO J. SHEPARD. JR. attorney for Petitioner, whose address in 321 City National Bank Bldg 2* W Flagler Miami. Florida 33130. and ftle the original with the clerk of tho above styled court on or before April 19. 1978; otherwise a default will be entered against you for the relief demanded In the complaint or petition. This notice shall be published on^s each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH KI/1RIDIAN \\ ITNESS my hand and the seal of said court at Miami. Florida on thia !• dav of March. 1!'73 RICHARD P BRINKER, As Clerk. Circuit Court Dade County. Florida By I! .1 FOY • „ As O'butv Clerk (" Ircull Court Seal) Romeo .1 Bhenard. jr 921 City National Dank Bldg. Miami. Florida SSI SO Attorney f.. r Petitioner 373-2683 3/1fi-23-3n4'6 MOVING TO METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON OR BALTIMORE AREA? 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Page 14-A •Jewish ncridRair Friday. March 30. 1973 Israel Newsletter By Carl Alperl Israel's Latest National Holiday April First APRIL FOOL'S DAY is known and "observed" all over the civilized world we are told, but here \n Israel the citizenry braces itself each year I for who knows what rash of pranks. Fcr some reason the students of the Technion have established a [.reputation for prepetrating the cleverest or most sophisticated lokes en the public. For them it | ifi a one-day release from the rigrs of their serious studies. Thej don't go in for anything as nnocent as calling attention to an alleged ink spot on yew face, no indeed. On the campus itself there is one classic which is repeated even year On the morning of April \ some member of the teaching staff who misses his car realizes sadly that he will find it on tip of the roof of one of the campus buildings. Sometimes a crane has been necessary to remove the vehicle; how the students got it up there in the first place remains an engine! ring secret. The stunts spread to the public as well. Last year the front walls of the city's banks were plas•IT d with big notices to the effect that the banks were closed until further notice. Curiosity gave W8J to panic when the b:mks actually did not open. It :eem> the students had at the same time gummed up all the keyholes, and the bank officials had a Hook Review Sevmoiir B. I.it-Inn.in Jews In Time, Space •THE JAPANESE AND THE JEWS by Isaiah Ben-Dasan (John Weatherhill. S6.95) is an intriguing, diverting and occasionally, disturbing book. Tht %  author's name is presumed to be a pseu Idonym. He claims to have been born ir Kobe. Japan, of "strict observant Jew |'sh parents." Mystery surrounds his identity. Wher. 'iis book won the Japanese Ova Prize, •omparahle to our Pulitzer, he sent s >roxy. There is no doubt that he pos esses a good knowledge of Judaism and !s history although it is not free of error. It also appea hi knows the Japanese and their history but he adthai certain of their characterises or idiosyncracie: beyond his comprehension • book might besl nparative stud) i lain pei ts oi lh< cultural an hrt | lot \ %  Jew tapanese Hi firsl chapl C st ol Security ti excellenl ho Ihe e two peoples view nail si i ].,, applies I i hi< 11 .! divine human law. Unfortunately, the author rarel) ces for %  • • (hose fi We were mori ;ed by the sti |-knowi 100 to hi lie) i id from se they ranked lower mar, tic I Local ral • %  ho have been consulted 1 such 'l %  It i nt.) The author rambli from lime to time and digri • Is mi nd I ristian theology and some absurd or) about what led to Auschwitz. Despite the few ot i(which may possibl) be the fault of the translator!. i oyment and enlightenment flow from the pen of a per ceptive person who has absorbed two cultures. Eyewitness t.. Jewish History, edited by Azriel Eisen berg, Hannah Grad Goodman and Alvin Kass (Union American Hebrew Congregations |7.50) is an antholog) of excerpts from books, diaries, travelers' notes, newspapers, etc. written between 586 B.C.E and 1987 Each i preceded by a brief explanatory note The book is an ellent tool for edit rovided it is skillfully used, Some selections are gems which deserve reading by adu They call to mind Gray's memorable line, many a flower is born to blush unseen." Pierre Van Passen's description of the Moslem slaughter of the Jews on a Sabbath eve in Hebron In 1929 required retelling and wide dissemination, Morris Golomb's Know Your Festivals and Enjoy Them (Shengoid Publishers, $5.80) is intended for Talmud Torah classes but will prove to be a delight for adults. The author is an outstanding Jewish educator. Each festival explanation and history is followed by quizzes and answers aftd many include legends, myths, or tales that are conversation pieces. busy time explaining matters to a growing queue of nervous depositors until the doors could be forced open. As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGA1 Growing Old. Growing Poor p VHBI BEN EZRA taught it to Robert Browning; and the Ifingllsh poet passed the world along to all mankind — that sweet assurance that everybody growing old with the rabbi would discover in his sunset years that life was at its best. But time and economic dislocation, longevity, inflation, and the cursed ways ot modern life have shot holes in Ben Ezra's honeyed promise. Here's a report, for example that the American Jewish Con press has pointed out to Arthur S Fleming, special consultant on the aged at the high e-t national level, that at least 7j per cent of Amer ica's impoverished Jews are over 65 and that most i of these poor elderly receive little or no governmental assistance. Will help for these and other needy among the nation's 20 million men and women 65 and over be coming from Washington these next few years? "We commit ourselves to helping older Americans achieve greater self reliance and greater opportuni tics for direct participation in the activities of our society." the platform of the winning political party declared. "We believe that the later years should be. not isolated years, not years of dependence, but years of fulfillment and dignity." Yes, sir! And when time came for the President to make his second inaugural address, he spelled out his conception of the commitment by asserting: "In our own lives let each of us ask not just what will government do for me. but what can 1 do to for myself." You had better believe it. you older poor, you inhabitants of the nursing home of no return in the dell, you decrepit thousands who would give most anything to prove you can still support yourselves if only God and the government would give you strength to get up out of bed What have we hen with our greyheads? Simone Beauvoir's classic study, "old" and "poor" hav< become practically synonymous, Here we are told that practically half of Amerl | e x treme poverty; that many in thi nl try to subsist on : %  than $200 a month for a couple. I re recent essay, "Ni b id Evi i Die I of Old Vge >''" R. Curtain prono Judgment • I of us for "the spiritu il si .1 111 rl ... .r) I.. w shi Ids: "1 so n times fear that min( ration to km A V.ii people as friends." W e ; oul In') be sur learn that in Pennsylvania a new organization answer! to the name of the Grey Panthers has come existence Weary of governmental run-around, • of lost of respect by some of the >. the Grey Panthers have come out fighting, They are aware thai despite the financial disappoin ment that strike the elderly poor, the growins arm) those over 85 has a buying power of $65 million, And the dink of that pile of cash may command sonu respeel at the bargain c mnter, you trot bl to search through the ang ll >e i % %  '' %  % %  n-burdened elderl) poor von will find a number oi justified demands. They askthese neglected and devalued seniors 1. A chance to share in the powerful American economy that many of them helped build. A nation ""'' -' national product of approximately si trillion should do better l>> u elderly, 2. An end to cold, mandi I ••• ; „ es ncreasingly, such cut offs are seen as discrirnin* torj :i. A readjustment of Social Security in a was !" en bl '• "' continue receiving promised benefits for the handicapped and others o el after increase has been voted in Social Security. 4. The assurance of adoption of national mini mum standards for private pensions. 5. Partial exemption for property tax tot those over 65 with limited family income. 6. A sound national health plan, with the federal government giving more thought to the need! of the elderly than to the money hunger of insurance 5 companies. • • % %  : %  %  i % %  ..;; • % %  ,. %  ...,. ....... ,„;, In Tiberias reports of a gold mine discovery spread like wildfire, helped along by discreet cat* tering of brass shavings in the area. ,, i j. -|. ...rf... .. jflj 11, i I. .., Two years ago the junior traffic experts of the Technion pnt up one way signs along Tel Aviv's principal thoroughfare, Dizengoff Blvd. At firsl it caused consternation, but it seemed to solve the traffic problems so well that after serious consideration the Tel Aviv city fathers made it permanent! Throngs at I.ydda Airport were amused to hear a hostess, perhaps not too conversant with English, summoning "Mr. Chamber Pol" to report to the tourist desk When April Fool's Day falls on Shabbat, as in 1972. (he students thoughtfully observed it the following day. Showing journalistic enterprise, the Technion Students produced a special edition of the popular afternoon paper. "Vedlot Aharonoth," which sold on the streets better than the original, especially since the big black headline proclaimed that. Government Announces Discovery of First Temple Belonging to Second Temple Period." "Yediot" haste,led to get a court order against the imposter paper. There has been no end to the pranks from year to year Posters announced discovery of a new. dangerous virus in drinking water; everyone who has drunk water in the last 24 hours should report al once to a hospital or clinic. A group of Bcersheba students mailed out official looking invitations to a non-existent cornerstone ceremony. The officials hastened to decorate the site with flags, and throngs showed up. It was April Fool's Day. As these line are being written it will soon be April 1 again. What do the students have up their sleeves this time? Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ Moses Didn't I se Oil I^OKI-: USE SHOULD be made of the coal resources of the world, according to Golda Meir. "Moses, she said, "led the Jews for 40 years in the wilderness and didn'l use any Oil." There is less pollution from power produced by coal. \ wril in the New York Times the other day propo-ed th.it Israel inau ua crash program to produ satisfying car run b, electricity lo help save the world, The oil-powered automobile may be as great a hazard to the woi Mo es did t't use oil and he could teach the lesson, He wasn't in a hurry. The Egyptians pursuing the Israelites had !ie chariots. The Israelites just walked. The Egyptian ears rolled over in the Red Sea, while the Israelites marched safely on. People say "in the long run." The long run is and the short run is bad. Walk, According to the Israeli daily, "Maariv." Golda OUl of curiosity, asked one of the recent Russian immigrants what he thought should be done about the occupied territory. "Well." he replied, "territories which were f vfd 8h '' %  '" kept, but those which were conquered, should bo given their freedom." "Which were freed and which were conquered"" asked Mrs Meir. "Well, such territories as Golan Heights. Gaza. S.na. were freed and should be kept. But territories like Rumania. Hungary. Czechoslovakia were conquered and they should be let go."



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Friday. March 30, 1973 r.lm'isti finrid/an Page 7-A Nathan Perlmutter Named National ADL Director The Ami-Defamation League of i which and the principles and presB'nai B'rith has announced the apervation of which are critical to pointimnt of Nathan Perlmutter | the American Jewish community." Mr. Perlmutter is the author of "A Bias of Reflections." a book which received wide critical and popular acclaim. Subtitled "Confessions of an Incipient Old Jew." the work is Mr. Perlmutter's commentary about being Jewish, about being middle-aged, about the liberal political tradition in which my generation grew up." He has had articles published on a variety of topics related to .social justice in the Nation. National Review. Commentary, the New Leader, and the New York Times Magazine Mr. Perlmutter studied at the School of Diplomatic and Consular Practice ai Georgetown University, at Villanova College, and UIOJJ oojfiop H~n siq poAtodaj New York University Law School. He and his wife. Ruth Ann. will move to Manhattan from Newtonville. Mass. Yiddish Poet J. I. Segal The next Oneg ouabbos of the David Pinski Club will be on Friday. 8 p.m., at the Ida Fisher School Cafeteria. Subject of a talk by L. Lasavin, author and lecturer, will be "J. I Segal, Famed Yiddish Poet." Hilda Zucker, folk-singer, in a] program of Yiddish and Hebrew Songs, accompanied by Paul Yanovsky, on the mandolin, will entertain. Yosef Yanich Speaker Miami Branch of the Social Democrats, USA, will conduct its next forum on Sunday. April 8 ,:t 1 p.m. at the Washington Federal at 1234 Washington Ave. Yosef Yanich. executive director of the American Jewish Congress, will speak on "The Soviet Union, Israel and the Jews." Stern-Merradel Duo j The University of Miami's SternMercadal Duo will give a benefit performance for the Music Parents Association of Miami Senior High School on Friday at 8 p.m., in the auditorium of Kinloch Park Junior High School. 4275 NW 1st St. PEARTREE ART GALLERY Reproductions/limited f diliom Custom Framing PICASSO MIRO KLEE VASARELY FEININGER MANY OTHERS 3533 N.E. 2ND AVE. 7555 DADELAND MALI 573-6037 NATHAN PMLMMTtR as assistant national director in j charge of development and plan-, ring. Mr. Perlmutter, vice presi-1 dent and director of developmentat BrandeU University for the past tour years, %  • % %  '. assume his new position April 1. In making i le announcement. : Benjamin R. Epstein, national director it the L • Igiie, said Mr Perlmutu i responsibilities will include on mi • planning of the agency's prioi nd structure as wi II as '. %  % %  pment program formerly directed by Seymour Fahei who l:as i signed. 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Page 10-C Jewish nnridliairi Friday. Match 30, 1973 Temple Sinai Pledges CJA-IEF Support The board of directors of North Dade'a Temple Simii has approved a resolution calling for the congregational support of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's annual Combined Jewish Appeal — Israei Emergency Fund campaigns. According to Rabbi P. Kingslcy. | spiritual leader of the reform con| gregation, the resolution is one of the first adopted in the area in support of the 1973 CJA-IEF cam| paign. The resolution, in part, calls for Temple Sinai members to "make a contribution, in the greatest i amount possible.' to fhs CJA-IEF, I and sdVRR that "such J contribution constitutes a rclu )US act in discharge of each member's obligation to his congrega; in and to world Jewry.'' t The proceeds from F i-'ration's annual can.paigns help t'und SO I local, national and overwas social welfare agencies. The Jewish community of j Greater Miami is the f_• (test growing Jewish community lutside of i Israel and the fifth larg sst Jewish community in the US Obviously pleased at the success of the national dinner of the American Friends of the Hebrew University at the Eden Roc Hotel are these principals in the celebration of Israel's 25th anniversary of independence. From left are Lewi=s E. Zorn, Harry (Hap) Levy, Richard Levy, Israel Economic Minister Ze'ev Sher and Louis Wolfson II. Mr. Wolfson was general chairman of the dinner at which Mr. Zorn and Richard Levy received 1973 Torch of Learning Awards from the American Friends. Harry Levy is president of the Greater Miami Chapter of the Hebrew University unit, and Minister Sher was the guest speaker at the banguet honoring Sen. Humphrey and the Torch of Learning Laureates. Not pictured are awardees Max Kampelman of Washington and Nathan (Nate) Shafran of Cleveland. SECRETARY-TYPIST WANTED HOURS TO BE ARRANGED JEWISH COMMUNAL AGENCY CALL 758-6913 NEW! FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER! YEARLY LEASES DR. ALLEN POLLACK Pioneer Women Annual Donor I >n Sunday Some 1.200 Pioneer Women of South Florida will celebrate Israel's 25th anniversary at the annual donor luncheon to be held c-n Sunday, in the Fontainebieau Hotel. Dr. Allen Pollack, professor of Russian and European history at Yeshiva University, will be guest speaker. Mrs Harriet Green, president of South Florida Council, will aot as chairperson for the luncheon, with the invocation to be delivered by Mrs. Bertha Liebmann. A ceremony commemorating the 25 years of Israel's independence, "The Menrrah Progress," will be •presented with guest artist. Cantor Stephen Dubow. Narrators for the presentation will be Mrs. Murray Mittler and Mrs. Ralph Fistel. Greetings from Pioneer Women's national office will be given by Mrs. Clara Leff, past national president. Committee chairmen arc Mrs Gisela Gutter and Mrs. Veda Gruber. hostesses, Mrs. Katherine Lippman. decorations; Mrs. Bertha Liebmann, seating: Pauline LevJck, dais: Mrs. Bertha Miller and Mrs. Sadie Lowy, door: and Margot Bergthal, dramatic presentation chairman. The anthems will be lead by Mrs Fannie Gibson. AT THE BEAUTIFUL OCEANFRONT CfiSflBLflfKA apartments NOW OFFERING MODERN, NEW FURNISHED efficiency apartments ** WITH FULL AND COMPLETE KITCHENS From 2K> oo Md. ON YEARLY LEASE r COMING SOON! SHERRY FRQNTENflE apartments FURNISHED, WITH FULL AND COMPLETE KITCHENS FREE! THE NUMBER of w St Ih in em itv na J tk< Cm Ko by AM Hah 4M



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Page 10-A Jen1st Fhridian Friday. March 30. 1973 %  ; -the f\abbi *Z>pea*i J~rom JM f^Hlpti By R. SAMUEL JAFFE Temple Beth El. Hollywood Shemini, this week's Torah portion, tells of esh zara, "alien fire,'' which Aaron's sons, Nadab and Abihu, who were ihe covenant-relationship. Change in Judaism in salutary, if It be in I consonance with our transcending religious ideology and help; trengthen our spiritual commitments. n&& ~t0$*0 y> *j5eiv#c '...; %  .'",_,,. nntoJLl... t oe mjum By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX (.•>. in;;: Jewish-TeleterntihlM .\srency> Why is Jewish Bill of Divorce called a "Get?" A number of reasons are adnewly consccrat I In these days of turmoil and ed in the priesttransition, concepts alien to Jewhood, offered be: ish tho ight and idealism are chal-1 vanced for this name. Some claim fore the Lord, lunging the young generation. They that the term "Get" comes from a and of the misrun the gamut from mystical obroot "Chatat" meaning to "dig." fortune which scurantism and occultism, with the or to "cut through." In this sense befell them: a stress on otherworldly salvation, the instrument of Jewish divorce fire came forth to a radical secularization of our, cuts assunder the relationship befrom the Lord spiritual values They are the "alien tween the two parties. Others claim and consumed fires" which are being offered by that tlv* reason the document is them." The rabthose who have little knowledge called "Get" is that the two letters bis, in attemptand less understanding of the vithat make up the word (i.e. Gimel ing to define the ibility and the vitality of our hisand Tech) are never found tonature of their toric tradition And yet. in their gether in the Bible. They are thus aggression, which brought such real and presumptuousness, would always apait and thus representa consequence suggest that i! ,,> flaunt their bias to influence our! tive of two people being cut apart ing priests, in disregard of their oung to their sectarian viewpoint, from each other. i lers, Haunted their newly ac' %  their intoxication with "thei Some (race u 0 a word jn hp I ired authority; or th.a they truth, they would [challenge the p a i es tinian Talmud which describes Kobfai Jaife A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGATION. 9SS SW 67th Ave. Orthodox. Cantor Aron Ben Aron. ,1 ANSHE EMES ?533 SW ">th Awe. American Traditional Judaism. Rabbi J. Marshall Taxay. Cantor Sol Pakowitz. 2 • BETH AM (Temple'. 5950 N Kendall Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Her. j bert Baumgard S BFTH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Awe. | Conaerwatiwe. naDbl Irwing A. We'll, j gart. Cantor William W Lioson 4Friday (South la a relevant and timely instruction. dynamism and truth of our distinc-1 tive tradition. a certain type of rodent as being destructive by using the word tiayti" in the sense that they break up substances. The word "Get" would thus indicate that a couple wu "breaking up" (Yerushalmi, Baba Mczia, 3:5). Some claim that the name "Get" comes from the name of a bird which is called "Gita" and who is Judaism has undergone many transformations, but, in its millennial history, its changes were always indigenous to its fundamental concepts and spiritual outlook. Ours is an age of revolution. We, Our faith"" has always been creative ere witnessing an upheaval in evand innovative, but it has survived v sphere of life, social, political I and flourished because of its in ..i religious Traditional values nate ability to assimilate that which i described as having the character being challenged and timc-honwould enrich it and to reject alien j ef driving away all other fowl ; ed mores are readily being disfire which would consume it. | from its presence. carded. Why does a Jewish Bill of DiADL Films Spotlight vorcc always have exactly 12 In the area of faith, many radi,,,,-,. ... ,-,. lines? cal changes are being Introduced. Golda Meir, Abba Ebatl Jhm ar<1 somc ^ c aim (hat '.ith in form and in content. Some "Existence of the State of Israel • e proven spiritually edifying, has not caused anti-Semitism to i nd have served to deepen and endisappear but it has. since its mince religious commitment for creation, given hope to world a any who have been religiously esJewry." itanged and alienated. However, il one is to find spiritual fulfill So ai(l Israeli Premier Golda n en*, and derive a meaningful and Meir and Foreign Minister Abba purposeful lifestyle from the traEban in filmed interviews condition of his people, then it must > ducted in Israel by Arnold Forsler. be within and out of the context; general counsel of the Anti• %  the historic experience of that Defamation League of Bnai BYith j-'ople and through its value sys• "' '"• I The films, prenared in color for American television in ADL's this is because the two Hebrew letters that make up the word "Get" (i.e. Gimel and Teth) which means "divorce together have the numerical equivalent of 12. Others claim that it is because of the 12 empty lines that separate each of the first four books of the Bible from each other, i.e. there being a requirement of leaving four empty lines between each of the Biblical books in the five books of Moses This indicates a number of ideas. First, that each person, even if divorced, still retains a holiness of Ours is an evolving and progresrt """ lil television in idve religious faith. Throughout the "Dateline Israel" series, are part centuries, Judaism has been influof the worldwide celebration of! bein S a human being in the image of the Almighty. It also indicates that the Bible (i.e. the Torah of gpnius to adopt and adapt that ""' '"' <" sl uu "-" %  Puouc the Jewish faith) left room for >N hich would enhance it. and to re-! *rvfce by the League to television jeet that which was inimical to stations across the country. Friday 8:1S p.m. "The The S.IMMIII ; A DATH YESHURUN (Temple). 102S ..f Freedom services. Rabbi Shapiro NE yianii Gardens Dr. Conservaivlll 'I'-"-"Wi >' %  %  Anal" ; "• %  tiwe. Rabbi Milton Schlinsky. CanPeace followed by One* Shahbat tor Teuvan Eckhaus 33 hosted i.\ Dr. and .Mrs Nathan K. Spector in honor of (heir Mir ':'"•'-; BETH TORAH. 1051 N. Miami Beach children who celebrated their birthBlvd conserwatiwe. Rabbi Max Lioschitz. Cantor Jacob B. Mendelson 34 need by changing times and conIsrael's 25th Anniversary. They I" III i: l.l.i llencli i -. %  • %  in..ii topic, • Th. Rejuvenation ..f ih. Snlrll > iiu diij *:4S .i in Riil bl Render si i mi : i •. %  11 km nf • In Wei h OR OLOM (lemplei 8755 SW 1Sth I St. Conserwative. Rabbi Elliot | Winogr.-.d Cantor > ehouda Binyp' min. -i TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6590 N Miami Awe. Conaerwatiwe. Rabbi Maurice | Klein. n i ZION (Temple). 8000 Miller Rd Con. I serwatiwe. Rahbi Norman Shapiro. I C.intor Errol Ht'fm.ir. is Frtdaj v ,. ,,i .1. n ..,, Mu Month Sabbath s< rmon in soim Haturrlas %  9 .i in sermon, Sedi nh •.! thi \\ • • K. HIAUAH TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 I. j 4th Awe. Conr v atiwe. Rabbi N. I than Zolondek ^ Frldav 8:15 n.m mesl sneaker M\ I %  i Montanan of the Montanarl Clinical Schools in Hlnleah Satur 9 an, rvlces followed by n roundtable discussion, and brunch hosted b Abraham Greece NOHTH MIAMI j BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION 2225 NE 121st St. Conaerwatiwe Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel. Cantor Ben Zion Kirschenbaum. 35 B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St. Conserwatiwe. I'abbi Victor O. Zwelling. Cantor Jack Lerner. 39 SINAI (Temple), ot NORTH DADE 18801 NE 22nd Awe. Reform. Rabbi Ralph P. Kir.gsiey. Cantor Irving Shulkes. 37 SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 N 19th Awe. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E Caplan. SS • YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodos. Rabbi Zalnuin Kossows<'' Awe. Orthodox Rabbi Dow Rozenowaig. 23 CU r B ='Vl S EPHARoic HEBREW CON Rabbi Me,r Masliah Melamed. U.A E A n N A„ E r n IT,n, '"~ ,W W,hing. ion Ave. Consfrvat ve o.hi i • L.hrman Canto^Zv, Adler '""*, H 0 !" W „ \ C *De"lYr 2 400 Pine Tr. e Dr^OrOiodox R abbl AttMn ^J Gross. Aw. orthodox. R. bol Hillel. %  orthodox. Rabbi Z T 7,; 0 *; in | Cantor Meyer "—* •%  MltAMAK • ISRAEL (Temple). 69C0 SW 35th 8)t cSntor^h". *'*? Avrom ""^Cantor Abraham Koater. 49 Meatless Week Joined The National Ladies Auxiliary, Jewish War Veterans, in executive >n HI New York City, voted to le in the forthcoming week," joining with %  ns and citizen ffort lo stabilize K Vucker L Cantor Abraham Sei,\ : 1 '"" %  Cantor NlSVaianSn^ ." iWSHHW TIMf I MR _. 6:1G 5 1 -*V.,.. VrlnWWWl



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Pagefr* • 'JewistiJhHc/ian Friday, March 30, 1973 t^fisB Mrs. Lusterman Speaker At Hadassah Brunch Mrs. Morris Herman, president. I The following events are schedannounces the Miami Chapter of aled for Hadassah group meetings Hadassah will host a brunch on 'hroughout Miami. Migdol chapter will hold its general meeting April 2 at the Buckiey Towers Auditorium; it will feature a skit on the value | of a Hadassah Woman. On April 12. the group will hold a member' bring ;i member luncheon in the auditorium. Speaker will be the chapter membership chairman. .Mrs. Jack Cohen and education v],o president. Mrs. Ceillc Ferster will give a reading of stories by Sholem Aleichem. .lit. .scopus announces its annual auction and bazaar will lake place M mday, ;it noon at the First Federal on Cora] Way. Mrs. Louis Ale Nii.". !•. r is chairman. Avivafa .,>!< %  !• president Mrs Jules Minkes announce s a meet in: on April 2. 10 a.m.. at the oi .Mis. L'crnard Fow. It will feature Mrs. Dorothy Rutchik. liami psychiatric social worker, ivil] speak on "You and Your iiilci — How to Maximize Parentlii'tt .; %  ati mships with Children A Ail Ages." Brunch will be > r, cd. [ma Hadassah members arc ;.ci.w"j ;. 1 istimoi ial luncheon .'or president Mrs. Samuel Lewy, Wednesday, April 11. at tlic .-iarbor House Restaurant at noon. Kadimah will hold a general n.eeting April 2 at noon, in the auditorium at Sky Lake Gardens President -Mrs. Herman Kiske .vill conduct the meeting. Elec Reinhards, Drescher Dedicate Vehicles To Red Magen David Dedication ceremonies for two long Zionist leader. Mr. Saxc is a major contributions to the Amer{ former national executive of ORT ican Red Magen David for Israel and works closely with the Magen David Adorn in Israel planning I expansion of the agency's programs and facilities there. over the first bkxxlmobile dedicated in Miami Beach, adding i c two ambulances they and their family previously donated to the Magen David Adorn. He is the state chairman of the Others on the program will inAmerican Red Magen David for elude Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, j Israel, and has spearheaded u e principal of the Hebrew Academy | f unr | raising drives which i of which Mr. Rcinhard is senior: sent 32 ambulances from South Florida Jewry to Israel Six-Day War. vice president. Mr. Drescher, a member of the national hoard of direct, rs of the American R„d Magen David, is a real estate investor \ ho has been in the ( • nization ^ %  • %  \ more than .. d< ca le. He has been a •ous sit] i t< r of I 1 zation and I .aid Mr, and M %  < Re inhard will turn The Reinhards have been erous benefacti rs of the 1 Academy ani num.. Torah Judaism zations %  United States and 1st Becky, is a ficer of I Ac ad : ft'0 !< :. .,::, also .j the Americi 1 Dai id, MRS. tmtutt wsruHum :ialf of the Hadassah Medical ranization, Sunday, at 11:30 a.m. at tht Eden Roc Hotel. Guests will be contributors 01" special 1 uipmenf tor the Hadassah Hospital in Jerusalem, Israel. Mrs, Edward Lusterman. vice president cf the national board I and fund raising chairman for the Hada.-sah Medical Organization, ivill be guest speaker. Mrs. Lusterman has served as national vice president. United Nations Liaison, national Youth j Aliyah chairman, national Amer: kan affairs chairman, and is a member of the national Zionist iffairs committee. Presently, she is a member of the board of directors of the American Zionist Federation. She is a graduate of the St. Lawrence School oi Law, and was admitted to the Bar in New York. Barbara lienis Mow Mrs. Allan Maxwell Mr. and Mrs. Norton Benis, 16198 NE 9th Ct, North Miami Beach announce the marriage of their daughter. Barbara Pauline, to Alj Ian Maxwell. Sunday, March 25 at ; Tei.iple Israel of Greater Miami. Mrs. Frank Fierson is chairman ; The young couple, both of whom of big gifts. Mrs. Arthur Grossj are graduates of Florida Atlantic man and Mrs. Morton Silverman j University, plan to live in Boca are special gifts chairmen. Raton. AN INVITATION & A PROMISE! Enjoy our special TABLE dHOTE DENSER Mondays through Thursdays It unit be a memorable experience in dining Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Reinhard .vill be held Sunday morning a' 10:30 a.m. at the Greater Miami Hebrew Academy in Miami Beach, Mi. and Mrs. Samuel Reinhard •vill dedicate a bloodmobile to the people of Israel through that country's Red Cross service. Sol Drescher, also of Miami Beach, will urn over the keys to a 1973 Mobile Cardiac Rescue Unit, one of he mosl modern units in the Red Magen David vehicular fleet. Ben Saxe of New York, national executive director of the American Tied Magen David for Israel, will be the principal speaker at the ceremonies, which are free and ipen to tiie general public. A lifeAl Roth (leftl Jewish Chautauqua Society chairman of Temple Emanu-El and national board member, presents Norman Stein (center' JCS chairman of Temple Beth El Brotherhood, Hollywood, with a gold pin award. Brotherhood president Irving Green, looks on. 1 V? 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Page 4-B + itmvl%lhnrr/(Wfor Friday, March 20, 1973 Miami School Study Program In Israel Among Highlights Of Institute's Programs Cnla Israeli Wight A gala Israeli niuhl be! sponsored by the Shalvah iw ter of Mi/radii Women S April 7. 9 p.m at the 1 Academy. Mrs. Gail Go %  dent, announced tl lights will include bra music. By Special Report \CM [ F Director Federations and Welfare Funds Is ued to th< CJF Board of DiNF.W \OHK—A program whose 1 •,.,..,„Si (he report underscores de omprehensivc M ipe relates to ,e iopmer.ts and plans in five prithe total fabric of .Jewish life, and naiv areas 0 f concern: famil) life, i. designed to enhance the qua!4 me dia, education, leadership and if life for Jews in America. om munal organization, and Israel detailed in a report covering ,. a resource the first six months of operations „ |nci| ( ,,,.,„ %  ,„ divers€ .1 the institute for Jewish Life, aj reacW ,„„ l0 .,„ a ( on ol the Council ,.1 Jewish brackets, from school age. through college youth, to older adults, inllltlitil T, |{('Uliett volvin 6 communities of all sizes, are b< ing assisted or are under %  levelopment by the Institute in ihe United States. Canada and Ju lith r Bennetl has been ap • Israel %  %  "•' %  •' ,; ""' ng to Hymar, Safran yo.untecr Action ,,„,,,„,„ „, ,,„. ,,:.,„„„ B „. m ; : %  %  : %  >• %  '"si ind ... fess01 1 k jj k, mstj : ; : : %  l : ; each projeel has d professional unit director. .,.,„ seftcted m iu il!novaIlv ,,. Volunteer Action Cenl 1 "f ss EKS"? 3 .0 strengthen Jewish identity, the I %  %  • private citi prercquisit •, of any Institute whah created or supported project. community. During its I si six months, the year, VAC put $3,800,000 Institute, "recognizing the wide h of v lunteet time to wo 1 Ul ", '""i": U£e |N thc cure ul Jewish life and -that I ade County. has been • • erosion in VAC's ctor is a grad''''' 'cwuhnesa 1 Jewish ol 1 i Univ, itj and the JS!*,*^ IJ,: :" a ? gi ,""' ., ontj to project J involvuie the JewInstitute ol Notre ^ fam ily 0 attended the institute projects whose focus .'aim Miss Benni It is already beginIhe planning and implemenI 1 v. i which will supply 01 volunteers to four newlv T\ Wholesale Distributors of is in the home include pilot programs to help families (I, \, op ngful Sabbath and other holiday observances One such project involves specially trained colli ge students in lentified at as of volunteer need. } nc Bal ; ,;l1 ";': %  visiting Jewish I 'homes for this purpose Another, in conjunction with P'nai B'nth. pairs families having rich Jewish home experiences with those seeking similar, experiences. Other projects include provision of materials to augment these activities. Additionally, thc Institute has been working with Jewish family service agencies, community centers and other Jewish agencies, to develop programs that build "the Jewlshneu of sound Jewish family life." Communities such as Montreal and Los Angeles had already begun experimental projects. | The Institute brought together this month synagogue groups, major Jewish organizations. Federations, community centers and camps and others for a two-day seminar devoted to Jewish family experiences in camps and other settings. Pilot and staff training programs have been formulated, and others are currently being designed for community experiments. One of the prime undertakings of the Institute in its initial work has been exploration into the creMORIAH KOSHER POULTRY ana •raceuors ond Exporters •f tht finest U.S. Govt. Inspected KOSHER MEATS and POtHTRT 1717 N.W. 7th Ave. Miami, Fla. Phone 371-1855 ation of a "Jewish univer ity without walls As envision* d. the uni versify would make Jewish learn ing available to every adult Jew with each learning program tailored to the individual in time and arrangement. A number of projects, the report notes, which focus on upgrading various aspects of Jewish education, have been instituted. including: a unhvr-ity based Jewish teacher training program in Montreal: an -open classroom" in Poughkeepsie, N. V ; a fully ac credited program of studies m Israel for Miami public school stu lents; a n sidi ntial pro ;ram of sei'vici toi pubdc high 0, and others. Of special concern to the Institute is the development of .1 phot ram to recruit and train outling professional pet for executive, supervisory' and administrative positions in thi I i 3 ii educational field, The report. 1 the In 1 tute's recognition of thc i tance of the media both in its< 1 and as an adjunct to man) ol its oilier undertakings li> ] a num ber of projects underway, und< r design and in the exploration stage. The Institute has been pa pating with the CJF Subcommittee on Community Newspapers in the development of a national newspaper supplement of outstanding quality for periodic insertion in local American-Jewish newspapers with a combined circulation initially of more than 200.000. A project is being formulated to bring outstanding individuals — writers, scholars and others — into communities and homes through the use of various media. The report stresses the Institute's exploration of the many uses of the most advanced media tor Jewisii educational and com munication purposes, as well as ihe design of a Media Center or Centers that would compile information on all available resources, make them available to communi ties and offer training in the effective use of the new communi cations tools. To hi Ip dei ; 1 n the Jewish tin, 1 standing ol Jewish leaders, the Institute has been developing number of projects Among them is joint CJF-L.J-1 sponsorship of a three-phast seminar for a group ol foremost community leaders which will provide: a weekeno seminar in mid-May, a study 1 im in Israel 111 July, and a r weeki nd in the I. ill Esquire* to Knight* The next r 'gular mcc ii of the George Gershwin 1 odgi • of Pythias 1%. will be hi Id Monday. 7:30 p.m. at the Surfs d< Community < enter Ten "( q : ..•• „. || be inducted into the k n" •knight" to be the "I 'lass." Collation and oc follow. 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Page 2-A ••Jewish fhridian Friday. March 30, 1973 B'nai B'rith To Honor President, Century Clubs = i The B'nai B'rith Foundation of the United States. Florida Region, will honor the members of its presidents and century clubs, on April 21. it was announced by Murray A. Shaw, general chairman of the Passover festival. The gala affair, which will take place at the Hotel Fontainebleau viil take note of those men who have made continuing commitments on behalf of B'nai B'rithf, Youth Services, namely, the Hillel Foundations in the United State*, the AZA (B'nai B'rith boys) and F --; n % T\'^ r,"-''; vouth groups. •rid the B.B. Career and Counseling Services. "It is important to note" said Shaw, •'that without these services undertaken by B'nai B'rith. there would be a tremendous culuiral void en the Jewish American scene today. Our Killel Foundations are i in.lined on over 280 college i uses, and our national office l>:.applications from 300 more universities requesting the establishment of Hiilel Foundations. < teen-age groups service over 1,100 communities now and we havi waiting lists ol thousands of yot '._ people who could be taken into our program if we had the Our President's and Century Clubs are the most effective i al our disposal to guarantee tl maintenance and growth of this work." Dr. William A. Wexler, | i of B'nai B'rith from 1963 to 1971. will be guest of honor at the ha %  ui t. Dr. Wexler is an orary pr sident ol the fral < %  r, and chairman i>f B'nai 1 th's International Council, deals with Jewish problems and activities all over the globe. Three events in Jewish history will be observed at the Passover festival. The first i> Pe ach. mankind's first holiday of freedom, second, the 30th anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto battle, and third. th<' celebration of the State of Israel's 25th anniversary. I A musical program will be pre-i I sented at the Seder, featuring • : Joyce Farber, lyric coloratura of, 1 Miami Beach, the B'nai B'rith • youth chorale, and an original | Haggadah written by Girt Bossak. | I Florida director of BBYO. A reception for Dr. and Mrs. Wexler will be held in the garden i lobby of the Fontainebleau pre1 ceding the banquet. Reservations may be made by writing to the B nai B'rith Foundation, Miami Beach. Kahbi Schindler UAHC President Pulpit Guest Rabbi Alexander Schindler. president-elect of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. ; the parent body of Reform-LiberalProgressive Judaism, will be the pulpit speaker at Temple Beth Sholom on Friday at 8:15 p.m.. iccording to an announcement by Dr. I.eon Kronish. Beth Sholom spiritual leader. Tiabbi Schindler's topic will be The Image cf a Likely Tomorrow.'' in recognition of Beth Sholom's 30th anniversary and the mpending centennial of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. Rabbi Schindler has served the' UAHC for almost 15 years. In 1967 he was named as the UAH) m %  president, the second to hold this post in the organization's 100 year history. Iron: lfG:i-67 he developed and guided Reform Judaism's extensive educational activities as the director of education and professional leader of the commission on Jewish Education of the UAHC; and Central Conference of American Rabbis. Israelis Battling In Party Continued From Page 1-A also reported to have contacted the Haifa branch and local town branches with the view of establishing a new group within the party. Two Rafi leaders. Defense Minister Moshe Dayan and Transport Minister Shimon Peres visited Mr. Navon separately in Jerusalem. There was no indication of what they discussed. Students at Israeli universities held a pro-Navon rally in Jerusalem Wednesday. The Labor Party has apparently made little headway in its effort-, to mobilize support for Dr. Katchalski, 57. in the Knesset, which convenes April 10 to eleei a successor to President Zalman Shazar. A simple majority is required, but Katchalski supporters are interested in amassing the largest possible vole for him. So far. only Mapam and Knesset member Uri Avneri, of the one-man Haolam Kazeh faction, have announced that thej will supporl Prof. Katchalski The National Religious Parly refused to sign the Katchalski nomination. Mil' leaders were reportedly conferring with Gahal and the it Israel facl ions about nominating an alternative candidate TWIN CITY GLASS CO. OUMAHlttD JWMMS STOW r—HTS FVMOTMC TOPS ANTIQUE AND FRAMED MIRRORS 'Plate & Window Glass Replacements 1220 Htn St., M.B. Visit our Showroor (Comw 16* t Attan) 4732167 LET US MAKE ISRAEL ON HER 25th ANNIVERSARY ECONOMICALLY STRONG BUY ISRAEL BONDS AND GIVE TO THE U.J.A. AND EMERGENCY FUND TIL IT HURTS! Mayshie Friedberg National Hebrew IStAEll GlfT CENTER INC. BAR MIT2VAH SETS REL'GIOUS ARTICLES GIFTS 949 WASHINGTON AVE. 532-2210 W V J)N VI Tl^ Rabbi Joseph L Rackovsky Phone 672-7306 945 MICHIGAN AVI.. MIAMI BEACH llAV^A


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r. March 30, 1973 Uwicfr Mtr-UrtfrMl Page IKJ • Lelchuk And Feldman Unopposed For Council '>* Sisterhood Holds Garden Party On Hotel Rooftop Mrs. Harry B, Smith and Mrs. Allan P. Wilson are cochairing the | The voters of Bay Harbor i ago. Their son. Steve, a nativi Hipring Gawten-Barty" of Temple | Island* wiH gb' tvtlw polls on | of Bay Harbor Islands, iff-in hi3 Beth Sholom Sisterhood to be held Wedne-:day noon. April 11, on the Dora! Reach Hotel rooftop. The aft air. which is serving as the celebration of Temple Beth Sholom's 30th anniversary, will feature Rurdino's Fashion Fantasia Printemps. and is under the direction of Mrs. Harold Unger. Committee members are Mesdames Leon Kronish, Leonard Miller. Irvine Miller. Stanley Arkin. Maurice Esformes. Meyer Kotler, president of Sisterhood. Samuel Leiner. Manuel Zaiac and Anna Miller. Mrs. Walter Lebowitz iprogram chairman. m %  /yaloiis who will be featured at the Beth Israel Conftc::ci< Israel Passover Festival Thursday, April 15, at the Miami Boach Auditorium. Curtain time is 8:15 p.m. for the performance which will clso mark the 25th anniversary ^Be Su-te cf Israel. Tickets may b.= puichasecl at the Blcrium or by mail from Beth Israel Congregation. MRS. HARRY SMITH %  3ar(on HolidayTreats Old World Favorites BajMfi \ has revived more of its come in assorted or parve. eld woii i recipes for Passover' The Barton plant is under yearoakeaan.: :m-. >car three new deli-. rou|ul supcrvision of the Union of caews anottered for the holiday. „ A .. .„ Theeho...l..unut c,,ke is smooth Orthodox Congregations of An erand fluffy packed with chopped %  and ev< ;' lv P roduct cames ,he pecans and walnuts tonoed with I seal of Kash ruth, I chocolate fundge icing. The 1 lb. 8 oz. site comes in a decorated gift. l t It. toasted cake slices u iii,h i,, w m .iv have aa-alnid filled v ii ebonies, raisins and tat. % %  .;• "">;"! %  '*< %  .... walnuts in a H oz. package; the lir-uii Judges of Dade Counts and ,. ..r %  i! duplli ate and it in tooney i ke, miniaiture layer ,.., ,i %  •-.. %  7jsm 11. ••.' %  SMK I. ... • in-.-, in Iheir ..fie-.HI ih. r< m iuy i __ cakes, diicious cookie assortment, ,, ,, .,. ,-..„„,.. ,-, .„, {>:.,„.,,-„. k,.,,,,,. s macaroon, petit four, and more. : J" £ *< ^ IV < enior year at tue University >t Wisconsin in Madison. The Council seat that lias I. held for 26 years by Ma. Shepard Broad is being vacated due to the retirement of Mr. Broad from public office. It is this Council opening that Feldman v %  .'. fill. Feldman moved to Bay Harl [stands f,um his native citj PI I iburgh in 1967. if.' has tal n an active interest in muni affairs from the time thai he %  ived, and participated in II izens' c immittees dealing %  community needs. I' d ; Univeri burgh i % % %  '' thi LTni' <>f Wia onsir idmini iiati ii a • % %  E n business activity in 1 tsl :i the disti ibut • n of de ta menl and supp io i served MAxniDUAH %  i eneral ma ";''; ." of the company with which he Lelchuk and newcomer Max G Feidman as councilmen for four ..ear te ms. ii".h % % %  ichuk and .'"eidiiia i 1 alified for the Council ace i ri ii to the d< adline on March 13. They are unopposed. Lelchuk. or ierry as his friends %  all hit served the munici iali1 fron it< inception in April. >i-i; He was elected as a (ouncil .nan wlv.n the Town II organized In 1940. when the Council-Manage (form oi government was adopted Lelchuk resigned his Council sea and was appointed [own Manage! ; ,le served in that capacity unti %  .y57, at which time he resi ;ne< rum the manager's position tc nter privati business: however ie c mtinued .is Tax Assessor until ,95'J when he was appointed to ill an opening on the Town Council. Since that time, he has served continuously on the Council, havng been rcelected in 1961, 1965 I nd 1969 for four-year terms. His | ,ew term, which will conclude in j !977, will round out an even 30 American countries, /ears of public service. Feldman's military duly was In addition to his administrative Vllil l)u United States Air For e ind Council responsibilities. Leifrom 1942 to 1946. He was iiited from service a; a Lieu tens t nel, having served a^ Base Executive Officer of his last station. associated. He also served as %  narket research and business conultant for four United Stal < Latin Mil-t the Mthe cakes are "parve" which ,. j 0 | n I l()(l U<(* means .' %  %  > ma\ he eaten with Tand dairy meals. Plli .I in Miami. Florida. Hi Mnr.-h. \ 11 i ..x -•'• v yi ; %  : Pin \\K EH \ I'M cutrix SIMON HAY \ < % % % % % %  \H\\ KKii Bart' also has dozens of de-i ,: r v lieiou..e..l..ie i.-Mirtmciit.-. ani j^^Bi chi tlu holi'lay. Vii U'> luildlllK %  • %  The 1' ver Bartonettes, which %  t of continental miniatures, •—" LEG/SI NOTICE IN THI CIRCUIT COURT OF THE [LEVi \fH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY \ PROBATE DIVISION I PROBATE NO. 73-1938 in R£>: i NATHA.s I'IU'I.IN" ^ %  iii. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All i red!tor* and All PiTHonn HavIng HIIM "i Demand* atcalml Bald Batata %  Color TV Pictures Kennel Club will h< i' hound racing to u e thi lar i olor talc rture f >r the •i<.. runnin of races and the in ..;,,, ,;.... t was mfirmed bi nes C of a con iraci for r\ I"Supi i Vision sys1 D seasot .' % %  nin May 5 j and continuing through Sept. 4. The Biscayne screen :!0x40 feet {with a 28x:i(> foot picture, will be •m the top of the tote board in fall view of the grandstand and club house. Similar large screen closed cir huk has been involved in manj pecial undertakings and meaning ful projects within the Town. He n'ganized the original Volunteer ".•! %  Department and served with the volunteers for over 20 years He lives Aith his wife, Bcttie, in the home they built on West roadvi iw Dr. more than 20 j n in Bay Harbor [stands, he lives HI the Bay Hatboi Continental, .i cooperative apartment, inhere has served as president for years as well as secretary and treasurer for varying periods. NOTICE OF ACTION CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE iNO PROPERTY) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EL'WFNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION NO 7"-737$ GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE I v 111 the Mai i-i.iuf: DOMIXIOt'E i\\'"iT:\'r Huaband r.iii loner and u II I IB REE GRIFPIN INNOCENT. W'ifi'. Ilv in.ml, nt i'i i: wii IK RBE QRIPPIN INN< ICENT VOll ARE HEREBY NOTIPIED %  in, i an aetlon for Diaaolntlon "f Slarcuit color was used here last sumHIIIMI you nii'l l&fii. is In the CounW Courthooaa lv County, Ptorlaa, witnln mt r monlhs frnm the, time Of El pubUoatlon hereof, or the % ill !>. %  Imrred. I ;,i .Minmi. Florida, thin H fla [ ..f March, A 1) ItW. Zev W. KoKan Ruhhl Irving I^lirman An C'o-ExceulorH 1 iiuhlieation of this notice on tha'JW "!.^ "f Mureh. W7. Cnldin. Koean. RothenhcrK & .KomMuni „ by: Zev \v K..KHH. %  %  • • Attorney fur /.ev. W K.-iran & rviiiK LoUrjnaii oln Rd. May i. inT.t: otherwlaa %  di'fnult will Ke entered n^Mnst nm f"r tha relief, ilemamled In Hie c-omnlalnl or oelillon | tested during the five official Bl.sThe Supervision system will be This notice shall ie nuhiish..,! on.-.j tayno schooling programs: April Shown (left to right) Mrs. Miriam Malina, trustee B'nai B'rith **^"2LJ!Lj? m £,'2ZXZ?ly' wePkS KM!)! and Mav 2-3. Women North Dade Chapter, Mrs. Ronald Jay, president BBW North Dade-Broward Council, and Mrs. Herman Mordes, BBYO chairman, BBW Me Ami Chapter, examine the latest BBYO program aid on Soviet Jewry. BBW locally have undertaken a new in-dpth alliance with the 30 youth chapters they sponsor. in TTIF .IKWISH Finnim.xv WITNKSK mv hand pod 'he aeal of %  l.l pffll*l nl Mlnml. Fl'iriila ml this J7 dav "f Manh. li>73 ||H'HI'D P nniNk'KR. A r*le*ii. Circuit <"oorl Dalle i • % %  iin'v. ^in'lda nvB J POY ,4 rviily Plerk •i-in"li Court Seal) r>V'V-H RRTT.R ESQ. ii""'. C'-iii^res" Rull^ln^ m,ml KlorMe Mil! AMornov for Petitioner I ::n 4.T.-1.1-I0 '25-26-28 and May 2-3. "In addition to the actual running and the instant replays, the big screen will be used between races to entertain fans with other sports color action," said Mr. Knight who predicts widespread use of Supervision in American sports, particularly in the new domed stadiums.



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Friday. March 30. 1973 fJenisti ffcriaP&tn Page 3-A GRAJST OF $400.000 AWSOIISCEI) Leon J. Ells Contribute Chair In Ecology At Hebrew University World Jewry Watching Soviet Visa Relaxation leaders in South Florida's Jew-' Mr. 2nd Mrs. Leon J. Ell at. itftfr. EH, a retired lawyer, author Miami Beach, civic and 2. was a delegate to! the national GOP conventions in j 19IJ0 and 1903 and served for two | vears as a member of the national board of the I'nion of American Hebrew Congregations Shore Cancer Unit. Mount Sinai Hospita* Atnciiiaryi and*h% Beth hhoiom Sisterhood. She is now transcribing a sixth Continued from Puge 1-A of all Soviet Jews to emigrate to Israel." Mr. Pincus was attending the Conference of Jewish Organizations (COJO). Moshe Rivlin, textbook for blind children through director general of the Jewish an NCJW project. The Ells also have been active for the Jewish National Fund, llistadrut and Israel Bonds. Mff. AND MRS. ICON J. £LL Hebrew University Benefactors ish community for more than three decades, have contributed $400.000 to the American Friends of the Hebrew University. The grant, announced this week by Samuel Rothberg of Peoria. 111. chairman of the international board oi governors of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, establishes the Alyce K. and I.eon J. Ell Chair in Environmental Sciences and Ecology at t he Hebrew University. Size of the donation also provides for fundamental research in the are' of ecology, according to Mr. Rothberg. The Ells will dedicate th*-.inew project in Jerusalem April 6 at a meeting of the University's board of eovernors. Praise for the Ell gift came from Harry (Hap) Levy, president of the Greater Miami Chapter of the American Friends, and from Julian B. Venezky, national board chairman. "This gift will enable the Hebrew University to make meaningful contributions to the developing field of environmental sciences for the benefit of the people of Israel and the entire world." Mr. Venezky said. BrandekZOA Meeting ternUn,l w il| b h w |ft refreshments vers.ty. she received her training J ^ b as a medical socia1 worker £| social committee. Northwestern and at the Graduate | School of the University of Chicago. Mrs. Ell is a past president of the Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood and of the Miami Beach High Agency who returned from the same London meeting, said that there was a consensus that if the Soviet government changed its policy, this was the result of the worldwide struggle waged on the issue. Sen. Henry M. (Scoop) Jackson said in Washington that legislation designed to free Soviet emigration will be enacted by Congress despite the hints of relaxation on restrictions coming from Soviet sources. In telephone comments to the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, the leader of the legislation bearing his name said that no threat is posed against the Soviet Union but they seek firm assurances that the Soviet government will live up to the Declaration of Human Rights. "We intend to pass the amen Imem," Sen. Jackson said. -There is no compromise with principle.. We want to eliminate the issue as a problem." Localities Named Coordinators < H JWV Convention Maurice Weinman and M. Jay Berliner were named coord" of the 27th annual convention of the Jewish War Veterans and Ladies Auxiliary. Department of Florida. In making tne a ipomcmcnts, convention chairman Ralph R isofsky announced that Weinman's duties would include the annual banquet honoring state commander Herbert L. Gopman while Berliner would edit the convention journal. Harold C. 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Page 8-C vJenisti Morictfor Friday, March 30. 1973 From left to right, Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz presenting a scroll for "generous support" to "angels" Dr. Samuel Greenfield and Charles Sommer and Dave Alper. Seacoast Towers West Bend Pledge $80,000 •"our years ago Ben Cutler 01.. nized a dinner for the residents •. Seacoast Towers West on be' :.•: if ll.i' Greater Miami Jewish Ideration's Combined Jewish %  aMsrael Emergency Fund • npaign. The result was a $1,200 gift to that year's campaign. I Thursday night, over 1*0 S acoast Towers West residents n led a dinner and pledged er $80,000 to the 1973 CJA-IEF i-mpaign. Albert Tauberg Is 1973 CJA-IEF %  ; icoast Towers West chairman. Cutler, aIo;>g with Sidney Kin;.' irahara if. Schwartz and .Meyer ers, coordinated the dinner i '.nil honored Abraham Bla ^v The 1973 CJA-IEF Campaign Committee for Seacoa.-t Tower: West inrludes: Abe Feli7. honor ary chairman; Mrs. Ruth Karshan. Women'.division chairman; Mrs Frances Beckerman. Abrahair Blavis. Isidore Denberg. Miehac Drucker. Michael Ferman, Edward .•'ranko' Jules Guterman, Fred Jjnas, William Karshan. Phillir Lown, Mrs. Eleanor Mo.ss, David Urhman. Al Roth. Albert Sloane Abraham Warshawsky and Johr. Weisman, Kinneret Pioneer Women Plan Sunday Meeting Chapter Kiiineret Chapter of Pioneer Women will hold its regular meet •• %  _• Sunday afternoon, April 8, ai ishington Federal. 1133 Nor i andy Dr. Hyman Berland has prepared ;; ; ugram in memorium of the six llion who perished in the hnlo i.ist. Regina Balin, songstress, v. II entertain. Thirties (Joinedv Prevented Bv Zion Theatre Temole Zion Theatre Guild is "relenting "You Can'i Tike [i With You" on March 31, Anril 1, ~ and 8 at the temple Curtain time ; > 8 pin The George S. Kaufman -Moss \Iizraehi Women Woman of Year Is Fanny April Mrs. Jeanne Finkelatein, co >rdinator of the Florida Councl if Mizrachi Women, announces the ouncil's annual Youth Aliyal '.inchcon honorirttflW "Wbrhan of s e Year." Mrs. ^'mnri Anril. president of the Aviva chapter, on Thursday. April 5 at noon, in the Eden Roc Hotel. Chairmen of this gala function are Francine Katz, president of Gcula chapter, and Ruth Zellner, council fund-raising chairman and s vice president of the Hatikvah hapter. Guest speaker will be Mrs. Dvorak Rabinowitz. honorary naional president of Mizrachi Vomen. and chairman of the Israel xecutive board. The honoree, .Mrs. April, wife f Rabbi Simon April, has been •resident of the Aviva chapter foi nine years and was charter mem >er of the Tamara chapter, the irst Mizrachi Women's chapter in Miami. The Aprils have lived in Miami for 32 years Rabbi April main ained his pulpit at Beth Kodesh J for 20 years and at Beth Tov foi I ix years until ill health forced lini into retirement last year. Mrs. \pni has been a chaplain oi the \merican Jewish Congress, president of Women's branch of I Mthodox Jcwi.h Congregation in I I Miami and Hebrew and Sunday 1 '•hooi teacher. Pioneer Women I nits Set Regular Meetings Hi-Rise Tikvah Chapter of Pioneer Women will hold a meet ing on Tuesday, at 12:30 p.m. in j the card room at 1200 West Ave. 'Iart comedy was a Pulitzer pria winning play in the thirties, and Mrs. Rebecca Asncr will introduce •he movie won the Academy guest speaker. Samuel Riser who \ward for best film of 1938. will review "The Book of' ProTlie production Is being directed i verbs." Sally Gersten will preside. A Kenneth N Kurtz, professor •& & -ft >f drama at the University of x „ ... Miami Tl "' Bw,a Idelson Chapter will \ NEW YESHIV.A called Ramat hold a regular meeting on Wedffispin opened recently on the Go-! Tickets may be obtained by call' nesday, April 11. at noon in the ha Heights. Graduates of the Bnai '"£ "'<' tempi.' office or at the Washington Federal. 1133 NorIktva youth movement now doing aOOF. Joan Tanner is publicity mandv Dr. Fannie Gibson prestheir army service in Vahal have '"rector of the group. ident," will conduct the meeting. formed the special kind of yeshiva mbinfag studies in the daytime I and p .ai d duty at night. PLANNING ON MOVING TO ISRAEL? HOW WONDERFUL Tall me, Esther, 635-6554 and lei Tie quote you rotes. Also local moving & long distence moving unywhere in the U.S. or overseas. A. B. VAN LINES INC. 10-1215% RETURN ON MOUEY LOANED AND SECURED BY PRIME MORTGAGES MVEST $3,000 i. UP 945-5237 PYRAMID FUNDING CORP. 1110 NE 163rd St. North Miami Beach &f &f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f BODY WORKJ &f 4 4 &f the greatest show on turf SATURDAY, MARCH 31 *150,000 PLORIDA DERBY cs*. grow 759-0044 158-4025 ACE GARAGE 7455 H.W. 7th vt. • MIAMI. HA councre AUTOHOTIVC itHriCE ON ALL MAKt% I" Mom. S, (e 19?* 24 Hr. 1 OWING R— ^Greatest Day. ..W l-or The Orchids the Olymp.cs of racing a gay. S ecus... marching bands... watel sk iers and death-de fying *ater acrobat.es. 7 500 UNRESERVED SEATS FREE RESERVATIONS POPULAR MICES *•„ CLUBHOUSE H OMS BWWDSTAHO S2 BROWAflD B23-B4M US HIBHWAY ONE HAlLANOALfc RACE 1:15 Seating B-; 12 <^f &&<****' Husband And Wife Taam Take BB Presidencies B'nai B'rith Cora; Gables Lodge -ill install Herbert SchurowiU as resident on Sunday Leo Steinnan will officiate at the installing 'eremony. Mr. Scburowitz has boon nomnated twice as "Outstanding Cit Ton of Dacie County." On March 27. Mrs. Herbert Babe) Sclnirouitz Was installed by tanley G. Miller as president of i'nai B'rith Women of Coral iables %  This is the fir.t time in its ISO years history that B'nai B'rith will have a husband and wife tea ;i serving as president of their respective groups. COOK-HOUSEKEEPER KOSHER Experienced invalid care 25 yrs. one household, until owner's death Excellent references. No-sleep-ln; prefer Miami Beach. Coll EVA CARR 573-4632 Qma0U\ Wf/f Presents the COMPLETE St, hid lit eepinq WITH GUEST ARTISTS VIOLETTE PETER YERDY • MARTINS NEW YORK CITY BALLET FREDERIC FRANKLIN CHRISTINE KNOBLAUCH • KIRK PETERSON • DENNIS POOLE • STUART SEBASTIAN • FREDRIC STROBEL NATIONAL IAUITCO (CAST OF 70 DANCERS) ll/iiiiiii fault< I srt In \lr(t Conducted by OTTAVIO DE ROSA SAT., APRIL 28 — 8:15 P.M. DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM &9 c Miami Ballet MAIL ORDER FORM INClOStD MY CMKK fO fO* AI IN OICMISIIA I No o' tfotti MIZZANINf MICIS OUCH HO 00 II SO S' SO MIZI SIO 00 SI SO %  iNlf ACTOR TICKITS AVAIlABlf NAME PHONE ADDRESS S TATE. ZIP... MAKI CHICKS PAT All! TO MIAMI IALIIT CO SI'ISW 7),dST SOUTHMIAMI UA 3JI43 PHONI 667-5 S4J CNCLOSI SiLF ADDRISSCD INVKOPl BETH ISRAEL CONGRETATION presents ISRAEL PASSOVER FESTIVAL Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the State of Israel TrIUR. EVE. Ann! 19,1973 3:15 P.M. rnii Beach Aud. Donations: $4, $5, $7 •. tin o'byma,): '.'on i, FI„.J3.40 .01,00, ,„|| !J25JcrJ51-398l JO AMAR GoUin Oocu of 3ml AYALONS .'. ] i EMIL COHEN



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Friday. March 30, 1973 Je*isl, Fhsktktn Page 7-C Si um The Miami Beach Recreation Division announces that on Thursday, April 12, Leonard Helfand, director of legal serv,,,., for senior citizens, will present the fourth in a series of lectures and discussions in collaboration with the Social Se cuity Board. On Thursday, April 19. the division will present a program Day of the Mental %  ssoci ition at S mth %  %  vities 'enter, 25 yve. from 1-3:30 annual Footlighters I : aament April 30 at intr; %  lub v I nP :.' %  %  ind imerl ; • benefit of V'a Found I' I Dr Dr. Gi 3 I : ivei it; s< hi ol of Medici le, \ hi i t sp> ikers .. %  Dad< • •in.ty Chapter, American Ri.' C.'oss. Is sponsoring five d renl serii of water truetor naming courses \i and May. Classes meet twice weekly for five weeks. Minimum i age is 1" for men and Homi The Democratic Club of Miami Beach • .11 hold its general !.. n Wednesday at 8 p.m. in th (Billion Hotel. Dr. Leonard Habe will review his tenure Mi, Beach Councilman. • a. • .... ii Maureen Brody HarwiU, a community leader, filed for Mayor of North Miami, citing the need to "stop the great city giveaway." Mrs. Harwitz began her campaign to become the first elected woman to the five man council. £ £ Frank Smathers. Jr., chairman of the hoard and president of United Bancshares of Florida, Inc., Robert F. Griffith, chairman of Boynton Beach First National Bank and Trust, and John M. Howell, president, revealed that their respective boards had approved an agreement for Boynton Beach First National Bank and Trust to become a member of the S542 million registered barjt holding company. fj ^r •& The Musicians Benevolent So| ciety cf the .Miami Federation of Musicians is presenting its first annual "Parade of All-Star Bands" at the Miami Beach Auditorium, April 9 rievent will feature many famous musicmakers in i n n sui h as: s %  Spear, Vaughn Monroe. Ait Mooney, Ira Sullivan. Emery Deu| ch and Vincent Lopez. Patients Representatives First National Meeting PATIENTS at Shaarc Zedek Hos pital in Jerusalem can now press a button to call a doctor or narse Saturdays uitho'it fear of desecrating the Sabbath, according to a hospital spokesman. A new system, involving a mechanical operation which does not activate an electric circuit, has been installed at the hospital. The first national meeting of. The Society of Patient Reprcsen j tatives of the American Hospital : Association will be held April 12-13 at the Eden Roc Hotel. Mrs. Jacqueline Dale, director \ of Patient Relations at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, and presidentelect of the national service or-1 ganization. heads the local host committee. Mayor Chuck Hall will attend i the opening luncheon on April 12 and present the key to the city to ; Mrs. Ruth Ravich of New York. UNDER PERSONAL SUPERVISION of BEN URMAN SHALOM EMBASSY 1OT RESTAURANT Open doily from 3:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. 1417 WASHINGTON AVE. 538-7550 RESERVE NOW for PASSOVER SEDERS April 16-17 C.4HT0I MO0ICAI TAI0IINI mil if fictatt. president of the society. Some 200 patient relations counsellors, or "ombudsmen" will conduct workshops in "Attitudes and Communications'" focusing upon techniques to provide special services to patients in the nation's hospitals. Faculty includes: Toaru Ishiyama. PhD, department of Mental Health. Ohio; Treuman Katz. administrator, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. Los Angeles, and Donald Snook, Jr.. Thomas Jefferson Hospital. Philadelphia. "-3*8: I xwa v? wo Loam Hebrew In Israel This Summer Stvdy-for eight weeki at beautiful Ulpan Akiva at jeaj.de Netonya, between Tel Aviv and Haifa. This internationally acclo.T-ed Hebrew language center for adultj provides an intensive study program thot also allows time for tourj and other activitiej that will give you a full introduction to the culture and environment, of Israel. for Inlormot'on and Rtjittration Conlocf. DIPT. OF EDUCATION CULTURE WORLD ZIONIST ORGANIZATION! 515 Park Ave., N. Y, N. Y. 10022 (212) PL 2-0600, Er. 386-387 All I'clulre Cost •1,295 GIVE THE GIFT OF fTlUSICI • LEARN TO PLAY AN INSTRUMENT BOOK OF 4 LESSON TICKETS 12.00 (Reg. $14.00) New Students Only l l I I PIANO New students Only JJJ* I ORGAN aASS %  DRUMS A*aDtorrVo9ror^L !" otw HORNS •vOtCI -iTiimirchoe-olwiYl'"^"'*^ I I I I I I I I I I I I I wrmpvrdM RayGarciasMusikKorner Authorized Dealer for f GIBSON YAMAHA OPTIGAN Vi RICKENBACKER W> *,RAYNOR RANDALL ZICKOS Instrument Repairs Sheet Music %  %  %  %  %  %  i CANNED FRUITS. JUICES D Sliced Yellow Cling Peaches %¡ Yellow Cling Peaches. Halve? %¡ chocolate Covered Macaroons Q Elber|a Peaches Halve5 D Matzo %¡ Thin Tea Matzos Q Egg Matzos %¡ 100% Whole Wheat %¡ MatzoFarlel D MatzoMeal D Matzo Cake Meal %¡ Matzo Cereal CAKE MIXES %¡ Sponge Cake Mi/ %¡ Chocolate Cake Mix Q Colfee Cake Mix %¡ Yellow Cake Mix %¡ Marble Cake Mix %¡ Honey Cake Mix %¡ Pound Cake Mix %¡ Chocolate Chillon Cake Mix LJ scnav O Chocolate Chip Cookies D Chocolate Nut Cookies %¡ Almond Cookies %¡ Jelly Top Cookies %¡ EggKichel %¡ Jumbo Egg Kichel %¡ Dietetic Egg Kichel %¡ Assorted Dietetic Cookf SOUPS. BORSCHT D Chicken Soup. Cleat %¡ Chicken Soup. Matzo Ba 1 D Beet-Cabbage Soup D Borscht D Borscht. Low caloric n Clear Borscht ^ %¡ Clear Borscht. Low Calorie GEFILTE FISH %¡ Getilte Fish in Liquid Broth Q Fishballs O Fishlets %¡ Getilte Fish in Jelled Broth %¡ Whitedsh-Pike. Liquid Broth %¡ Whitedsh-Pike. Fishlets %¡ Whitefish-Pike. Jelled BroiP %¡ Getilte Fish (in cans) %¡ Whitedsh-Pike (in cans) %¡ Sweet Getilte Fish %¡ Sweet Whitehsh-Pike PRESERVES %¡ Strawberry %¡ Cherry D Raspberry %¡ Marble Chitfon Cake Mix %¡ Honey Chitfon Cake Mix %¡ Chocolate Brownie Mix %¡ Coconut Macaroon Mix %¡ Chocolate Macaroon Mix %¡ Chocolate Frosting Mix CAKES. COOKIES %¡ Fruit Cuts D MandelCutS %¡ Marble Mandel Cuts %¡ Choc Chip Mandel Loal D Fruit Filled Mandel Loal D Marble Mandel Loal D Clnn Raisin Mandel Loal %¡ Macaroons. Almond Flavor %¡ Macaroons. Choc Flavor %¡ Macaroons. Coconut S !ES£L" §!Ti"*-*B ******** Produced under strict Rabbinical supervision. Certificate on request. D Fruit Cocktail D Bartlett Pears %¡ Apple Sauce %¡ Cranberry Sauce %¡ Stewed Prunes %¡ Fruit Compote D Apple Juice %¡ Prune Juice Q Tomato Juice GROCERIES. CONDIMENTS %¡ Bakit O Potato Pancake Mix Q Potato Starch %¡ Mandlen for Soup %¡ Matzo Balls. Canned D Kosher Pickles %¡ Deluxe Delight (sauerkraut mix) %¡ Catsup %¡ Tomato Mushroom Sauce \3 Honey (Product ot Israel) %¡ Coffee. All-Purpose D Coffee, instant Q Tea Bags %¡ Jellied Fruit Slices %¡ Marmal Jells %¡ Assorted hard candies (in bags) %¡ Griddle Cake Mix D Matzo Ball and Soup Mix %¡ Matzo Ball Mir %¡ Cleanser BABY FOODS D Heart (Strained or Chopped) Q Veal (Strained or Chopped) %¡ Liver (Strained or Chopped) %¡ Beet (Strained or Chopped)



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Paae 8-B -Jmisti fhrkfkui Friday, March 30. 1973 %  ^%f^0f|i#%tf^i#AMf | Airf*ln0'WW : iSa^ AfifyuaJt ^e^'e^* Wne*WWeW*WrV< tynda Cohen Anno Bre/'f David Goldman Jeffrey Herman Dean Krasner A Abraham Topp Sleven Smith DEAN KRASNER Dean S. Krasner, son of Gail Ljnrte Krasner and Da\ id S. Krasn r will be Bar Mitzvah, Satur ay, March 31 at Congregation B'nai KaphacL Dean is tile grandson of Mr. and .Mrs. .Morris Apner, and great-. at Temple Emanu-Eli grandson of Simon B. Green. I l u celebrant will be honored al ii reception a' the Algiers Hotel I School His hobbies are tennis and poetry. i Steven's grandparents, Mrs i 3etty Rose and Mr. and Mrs. Mil .on Smith will attend the event. The celebrant will be hon ired • ith a reception al the Eden Roe Hotel. •ST H DAVID GOLDMAN David Adam Goldman will celeHide his Bar Mit/vah during Sal irday morning services at Temple )r Olom on March 31. The celebrant is the son of Mrs, Elaine Goldman. 1901 S\V 03th Ct I md Leonard Goldman of Kenne bunk, Me. His grandparents are ,liand Mrs. Edward Gordon and ,lr. and Mrs. Maurice Goldman. David is in the seventh grade t Rockway Junior High School. A plays Hie trumpet and baseball. ROBERT GRUBER On Saturday morninig. March II, al lempie Ner Tamid, Robert David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Loui> fruber of Surfside, will be Bai %  •lit/v ah. Robert is a student at Nautilus unior High School and Ner l'amid Religious School. He is in erested in photography, tennis md wrestling. A Kiddush will folow the servces, and a reception in Robert's honor will be held on Saturday vening, at the Seville Hotel. Guests will include the celeb ant's grandfather, Isidore Lieb i me of Sarasota. Herman and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Click. ii til til STEVEN SMITH Steven Joel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Smith, will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday. March 31. SCORE Meeting St't A one-day conference sponsored r ANNA BREJT Anna, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Brejt, and granddaughter of ui Mrs. Peretz Meer, will be vah on Friday night a; Temple Beth Raphael Anna is a seventh grade student at %  te lu brew A ademy. She endi •" ing, sport s, chess and piano playing. • %  LYNDA COHEN l.\ "da Sue, ilau liter of Mr. and Mrs Jack Cohen, 1435 sn 86th Ct will observe 1; i Bal Mitzvah i idaj evening during services ..' ; i mpli Or Olom. Trie celebrant's %  I rnal grander is Mrs r .' %  i Mrs Bodncr. I.' nda is in I li Hi bn v % %  md is a ber of the Ju rachi, ABRAHAM TOPP Abraham ol Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Topp, will become a Bar -Mitzvah Saturday morning, March 31. i i norah A iraham ia seventh grade student at Nautilus Junior High School. lr honor of the occasion; Abraham will i)!' vacationing in Israel this summer. Following services there will be a Kiddush at Temple Menorah, and Saturday evening the celebrant will be honored with a reception and dinner at the Famous Restaurant. Steven is a student of the after noon Religious School of Temple Emanu-EI and a seventh grade -Indent at Nautilus Junior High by the Service Corps of Retired Executives (SCORE) is scheduled for Tuesday. April 10 in room 208 of the Federal Bidg.. 51 SW 1st Ave„ starting at 8:30 a.m. Camps %  I / akt In |kl Heitt U| the PtKOfMl Mi-unUinxuf Niittn _-u in PcmuyKMHI T^f? f x aa* 4 %  • /f TAKES PLEASURE 'N ANNOUNCING OUR 38th YEAK OF UNCACCIUO DEDICATION AND SERVICE IO CHILDREN IN IME FINEST TRADITION UNDER THE SAME FAMILY DIRECTION LIMITED OPENINGS FOR MIAMI AREA CAMPERS National Enrollments — including Campers and Staff from Florida, Georgia. Texas, Mexico City. N. Carolina. Calif.. Penna.. New York. Md., N. England. Canada and Europe. All inclusive Camp Fee includes Round Trip Transportation and Baggage via Eastern Airlines. Total Plane and Bus Trip Is Four Hours. Campers are 5-16 — Camper Waiter & CIT Programs Boys &. Girls 16 and or 11th grade. Dietary Laws Observed — No Staff Gratuities. %  ft Si JEFFREY HERMAN Jeffrey Martin, son of Mr. and I Mrs Harlan Herman, will obsei'V his Bar Mitzvah during Saturday i morning services at Beth Toraii Congregation on March 31. The celebrant is on the honor roll at the Hebrew Academy where he is in the seventh grade. Mr, and Mrs. Herman will honor their son at the Kiddush following the ceremony. Among guests Will be Jeffrey's grai dparents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert "THE ULTIMATE IN FINE PRIVATE CAMPING" 9 magnificent all-weathe, championship tennis courts with nigh! light!. Nationally ranked tennis pro and 8 instructor, Outstanding water skiing program 3 motor boatl now 35 .'oot ski jun Theatre workshop — Nationally acclaimed. Extended canoe trips and sailing programs 125 .ailboals) I 4 indoor regulation bowling lanes. hole golf tours'. ~ professional instruction. I English and Western riding 7 miles of trails. I Ham radio and electronics, photography, rocketry, fencing and karate I Superb international Staff. We Are Pleased to Announce the Return of LORRY GREGORY one of South Florida's foremost tennis professionals at director of our 1973 tennis program FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT THE DIRECTORS IN MIAMI AT 768-9454 or OUR MIAMI REPRESENTATIVE Mrs. Jack (Nancy) Davis, 11042 Paradella Avenue, Coral Gables, Fla. Tel. 665-7923 or 665-9147 Winl Offiet Director. 8528 Castor Ave. M r.. Earl, U. Weinberg Phil*. Pa. 19149 Mr Looi p Weinbera (215) JE3-1557 Dr Robert j Weinber(J Members of THE AMERICAN CAMPING ASSN., 4 ASSN. OF PRIVATE CAMPS TkMNESTiNCAlVipilNq ... The bEST IN TOUKJNq $895 C4/vip S (dfi CkMEd iNTERNATibNAl ISRAEI Attending a recent champagne reception held al the home of Dr. and Mrs. Seymour Alterman for the Chaim Sheba Medical Hospital, sister hospital of Mount Sinai Medical Center (left to right) are Dr. Arkadi Rywlin, director cf pathology Mount Sinai, and member of the Chaim Sheba Medical Hospital committee; Dr. Mordecai Shani, director of the Chaim Sheba Medical Hospital in Israel; Dr. Aaron Manny, assistant director cf the hospital, and Abel Holts, Dade County chairman, Friends of Chaim Sheba. Other members of the committee are Dr Alterman, Rabbi Irving Lehrmcn of Temple Emanu-El. and Sam Gertner. executive directoi. Mount Sinci. F CAMP MA-HO-GE 1 ON SILVER LAKE BETHEL, N.Y. ^1 For Boys — OUR 50th YEAR — For Girls • Prestige separate comps for boys ond airrj. ages 5-15 • Pe.vc.fe spring-fed lake • Allergy-free ... 1 SOO ft. high in mti • Res. M.D. and R.N. • • All aquatic and sand sports PLUS • Full camping pioneering, nature and cultural program* • Specialists, teachers oi areas • Exceptional meats (Kosher caterer) > Accredited n u mber: Amsrito n C os wp i ng A n o r a nt i nn Association of Privote Camp* Registration by interview only. Carl or write for appointment FL T2J!P A 8ffl? TRANSPORTATION Miami mS?U?'&&*n\ INCLUDED IN FEE HARDER HALL GOLF-TENNIS CAMP FOR TEENS (Co-Ed) On beautiful Rex Beach Lake In the rolling lake-rldge country of Florida s Central Highlands • A superior summer cainp program at Flor'da's First Golf Resort • 18hole Championship Course v Individual coaching in golf, tennis and water sports by top Pros • Pool and lake s>vimrr,iog •Water skiing • Sailing • Driver Ed. • Fishing •Trips • Socials • Discotheque • Academic tutoring available. Camp Directors: Victor E. Ja;obson, Abp Rifkin i. Tony A.-rSony For Brochure and Particulars write: Harder Hall Golf-Tennis Camp Completely Air Cond. • Sebring, Fla. call colloct 813-385 0151 HARDER HALL IS A GREAT PLACE For A Golf Vacation RIGHT NOW The Rates Are Reasonable The Course Is Never CrowdeJ Call Collect For Reservations %  y .. % CAMP BARNEY MEDINTZ / / of the ATLANTA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER .,,,, ... > '" ln "i 1-i.nli l,,ll 1 !• %  • % % %  • I' I First SeMion Second SeuicJun? H July 22 July 23 AUK Oni> S3-X) Per Session Pnce includes ALL activities! •.



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Friday. March 30, 1973 *• Jewish HQTMRM? Paqe 5-3 Kneseth Israel Plans Israel Bond Dinner Larry Little To Receive B.B. Award A record turnout was predicted al a host meeting Sunday for the Kneseth Israel Dinner of State, to be held April 9 at the Fontainebleau Hotel. The gala dinner-dance, which •\ill honor Cantor Abraham Seii and celebrate Israel s 25th anni-ir. ary. is sponsored by the Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization. Dinner chairman is Oscar B Social (lonlal) On April 8 At Temple Israel An inter-temple conference on social action will convene Sunday.' Vpiil 8. at Temple Israel at 10 .i m. Dade County Commissioner Harvey Ruvin will speak on poor people and their needs in this area Other topics to be covered in the informal conference are needs for) the financing of education, drug problems among young people, farm and migrant workers and the mobilization of congregations for the support of Soviet Jews. Speakers include, in addition to Mr. Rubin. Mrs. Robbie .laffe. coordinator for South Florida for the United Farm Workers. Mrs. Adele Sandburg and Mrs. Clifford Newmark. Chairing the conference will be Mrs. Maurice Serotta. member of the national commission on social action of the Cnion of American Hebrew Congregations. Ail Auction Aids Yeshiva School An ait exhibit anil auction wi he held at the Americana Hotel for the benefit of the Yeshiva Day Schoil of North Miami Beach. On Saturday, "The Collectors Art Gallery" will exhibit works of world famous artiste. Viewing begins at 7:30 pin.; auction at 9 p.m. [rwin Stern, director of the al lery has selected the lisi of some iten s to be auctioned. Included will be some of Sandu Libi rmans, "In a Face You Find Evi collection, and American Sonny Weinlraub. who settle,! in Israel in 1048. and matured into "lie of the meal t artists on 'in international scene. Sisterhood Sabbath At Beth El Friday Evening Sisterhood Sabbath at Temple Belli Fl on Friday evening will be conducted by the following members of the Sisterhood executive board: Mrs. Eleanor Perkins, executive \:cv president; Mrs. Lewis C'ohn vice president, program: Mrs. Robon Wj nun. vice president, membership: Mrs. Melvin Freedman. vice president, ways and means. Mrs. Milton Jacobs, president, Mrs. Harold Firestone. Mrs. Morton Abram, past presidents, will participate in a panel discussion: "What Role Do Our Women Really Want In The Temple and The J"wish Community?" Mrs. Jacobs will bless the Sabbath tapers. The Oneg Shabbat and flowers will be sponsored by the Sisierhood. Schapiro and co-chairman is Joseph 'Ioffenberg. Under tinleadership if Rabbi David Lehrfield. Kneseth Israel has been a stalwart in the •ole that American congregations (lay in the Israel Bond effort to levclop Israel's • conomy and provide jobs for tin thousands of new immigrants each year. Attending the host meeting Hunch were Abe Fisenstein. chairman of the corps of hosts, ind David Rothman, ho>ts cochairman; vice chairmen of the iiiiner: Louis Abrams, Jack Hor.vitz, Maurice Kusnitz, Jacob R. Uodansky. Morris Schacter. anil Benjamin Weinberg. Cantor Seif, who will receive he Atzmaut (independence < uvard al Hie dinner, has lived in Miami Beach with ;,; %  > wife, Edith, { ind their five children since 1950, le lias been associated with Kneseth Israel for the entire period. Reservations lor Hie dinner ai'2 available by contacting the Israel Bond office. Larry Little of the Miami Dolphins v\ill re.i !• c ihe first annual Humanitarian Award presented by Ihe Sports Lodge. B nai B'rith. The award, in recognition of Larry's work in behalf of underprivileged and handicapped youth, will be presented to him at the lodge's <• p m. charter installation banquet at the Carillon Hotel. Sunday Larry is the founder of the Larry Little Gold Coast Summer Camp. Herb Aronson. business development officer of the First Fed-1 recording secretary: Lain-; vvic era] Saving, & Loan of Miami, corresponding siCretan and A will be installed as president. ..,..:„„,„„ Lou Gottlieb, Barry Gurland, Sj S inm n ; ^euunr. Col Howard and Les Wiesen, vice ""''" """ '"' ms t*lled as presidents; Aaron Heller, finanorary president and Leo Sti • lial secretary: lay Wasseimar}, as honorary vice presidi %  National Airlines Honored sales, at its annual dinner in The Travel Division of the FedYoik Ci, V Msrcn 7 l '"'" 1 k *" eration of Jewish Philanthropies recognized for leadership in will honor .1. Dan Brock. National tional's effort lo support ilu Airlines' vice president traffic and ^ration's programs" 'I I N ;' %  When you want the best. Manischewitz FOR PASSOVER Produced under strict Rabbinical supervision. Certificate on request. i Mill I Director Speaker The national director of Women's Auxiliaries from the Children's Asthma Research Institute and Hospital in Denver will speak I to the Lorber Chapter in Miami at the next meeting. Harold Samuels will bring members up to date on the latest developments at the home Tuesday, April 10 at the Sweden House Restaurant on S. Dixie Hwy. NAT L0UPUS ANTIQUE RESTORATION A SPECIALTY Touch-up in the home-cigarette burns removfd, upholstery repaired. 8930679 or 8610320 Your matzo never had it Breakstone When you sit down to enjoy a crisp matzo, it's nice to knnw that Breakstone won't ) %  break up a good thing. So this Passover, butter your matzo, cottage-cheese it, slather it with sour cream, or make it more tempting with Temp-Tee whipped cream cheese. Then, go right on spreading Breakstone throughout the year. (Not to ment ; on mixing. scooping and dipping.) Kosher for Passover: ,ornia Sl> ny Soft Curd Cottape Cheese. Pot Style Cotl •<-', Farmei 'emp-Tee Whipped Cream Cheese. Sour Cream. Swet! Whipped & Sweet Print Butter. Certified by Rabbi Jacob Cohen, Spring Valley, N.Y. I



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?cg*6C Jewish Hcrk/ter Friday. March 30, 1973 *< 0 u n J fj w n With ISABEL GKOVE Mrs. M. Cohen Honored By Fla. Region ORT Mrs Myron Cohen, president. American ORT, was named "Wornthe Hebrew University in Jew* Women's, an of the Year" at the Southeastern salem. Sttncoast Chapter II you haven't seen "From Isris (Sheila) Waldman, a co-owner reel With Inove" hurry to the | of Camp Ocala. has been named Beach Theatre. Go see the engagsecretary for the State of Florida ing young performers from the Ischapter of the American Camping Assn. The authoritative national organization creates criteria, rules and regulations for its member camps. A summer facility for boys and girls. Camp Ocala is in the Ocala National Forest. •ift Mrs silvie Spmmi ££ Mrs. David Sashin. national exec-, Fritzie Leit and Mrs. Louis Baron. utive speakers bureau chairman,! who recently returned from EurFC.c.ED BUSES will get new ope and the Middle East where she colors; the urban and IntT-urvisited ORT installations, was; guest speaker. Mrs. Cohen was presented with an oil painting by Blanche Carr. j international artist. Mrs. PMlip Stark. Florida region president, made the presentation. Among guests were the 14 founders of the School of Engineering now being built on the grounds of ban routes will bo painted blue, and tourist coaches red. Th present colors are light green for regular route vehicles and light blue for tourist roaches. What's more, loudspeakers ar going to be Installed in all l>use< to allow the drivers to announce the next stop. MRS. MYRON COHEN Tax Consultant • Accounting • Notary Public 4250 E. 4th Ave., Hioleoh (Open Kvmtng*) 822-4231 NURITt ZEEVI Army Entertainment Unit in livelj musical with yv the w< Id. The 18 j : : iv and s x musi i is arc n I ir way back I after their performance ; i: ich Vpril 22. .: r Of the lively revue, lo New v e dance stu to dj t'i *re tr a sun icr of al a vacation camp in Florida. .• Pmiutti u-.derit'iclRabbin :ill .' %  '-" BtrtlffclflWIlMOlrt. v. : n and Hattie Kli;>e releI th fir 60th wedding anniver at the Americana Hotel on i 16. Their son, Eugene, who i „ partner of Louis Nizer, famNe-.v York attorney, helped 'I'.ilp the affair with his wife two sons. Active in many' .;• affairs here, Lewis Kline is I esident of the Four Freedom's ; nevolenl Association, and serves I he boards of the Triton Towand the Four Freedom's Civic %  i~ i-fr A first grandchild for Judge' Milton A. and Sylvia Friedman. rren Wayne Friedman born March 16 at North Miami General K >pital weighed in at 8 lbs. 13 ozs. Happy parents are Kenneth and Friedman. Maternal grandj parents are Mr. and Mrs. Jerry i R:eger of North Miami Beach. Bris | for the little prince was held on March 23. £ %  & if A surprise dinner was tendered Mi. and Mrs. Adolphe Stattner of i Beach by children and grandchildren in honor of their 60th wedding anniversary at the illon Hotel. Present at tth? festive event were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stattner, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Stattner, Mr. and Mrs. Eli Bernett, Mrs. B. Taylor, Mrs. Mildred Halpern and her two daughters, and Mrs. Rose Thaw of Ottowa, Can. %  Cr fc -fc T-iiami Beach resident Mrs. Morof the W6rld where life is led by time and tide. n 660 N.W. 119th STREET MARTHA E. BARNES 688-0663 or 68&-8000 SALtS AMD SERVICE I I i. I'M. •il HI P.M. Ultimate" Intimate Continental Dining rr*f'*. / ,'*' >***• w •vms* For free descriptive brochure, write: Island Club of Pompano Beach 777 South Federal Highway Pompano Beach. Fla. 33062 YOU WANT a place of your own and a great investment opportunity ... a ^home on the water with clean fresh air ... 3 minutes from the beach, shopping and services recreation activities to enrich your leisure swimming pools, saunas, private boat dock, fishing, cycling, billiards, a sunken lounge with fireplace, and clubrooms with programmed activities. YOU WANT natural beauty Island Club is a community of people, waterways, islands and birds (we're a bird sanctuary) ... all the extras that make condominium living so popular. YOU WANT to be pampered I sland Club is assured privacy 24-hour security .. free courtesy bus offering regularly scheduled trips to shopping and beaches. At Island Club, live on an island, in a luxury hi-rise or garden apartment, formal or relaxed one and two bedroom apartments prices start at just $22,800. Stop here. YOU WANT Island {


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I March 30. 1973 fJenist fkridfur Paqe 11-B LIGAl NOT/Cf UGAl NOTICE 1ESA1 NOTICE NOTICE OF ACTION JSTRUCTIVE SERVICE (NO PROPERTY) CIRCUIT COURT OF THE %  NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT FLORIDA. IN AND FOK OADE COUNTY. /IL ACTION NO. 73-5184 riON FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE ftRRTAOE OF JACOB Tl'IlIB, |AN D. MI rrms. WIFE. DIE TUIHS s. .1. TOl'RETZKY Pnvtnn Road nn, New Jeraey ASM" ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED % %  lion for Dissolution of MurI II fil- 'ircull Court Bv i. SNEEDEN As Deputy I'II 11. Curt genii Starr %  In Road each. Florida 33139 for Pi tltloner :: !i-K.-;3-S0 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE PROBATE DIVISION No. 73.1399 FRANK B. DOWLING In RE: Batata of BDITH WKHU* • %  >..n -,,. Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Credltom and All Person*. HavinK claims or Demands Araiimti Bald Estate: i You are hereby notified and required | to in-.si in any claims and demands t which you may have airalnMt the eI late of EDITH VVEI88 dec-eased lute f Dade County, Florida, to the ClrELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA DADE COUNTY General Jurisdiction Division CASE NO. 73-5128 NOTICE OF SUIT FOR PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE IN HI!: Till-: M MtlflA'ii: UK .. WILLIAM BETHEL, Husband-Petitioner and r,i.< iRIA K. BETHEL, Wife-Respond! nl TO: OIJ 'ItIA K. HETHEt. IK t*AI>J|l IRE DRIVE KIM IBTI 'N. JAMAICA h.r'.'.'.V n tlfled A Uiai iTCuRon r j consultant for Brandcis University uit Judjres of~Rn.de County, and file Dlaaotatlon of Marriage has be< i. filed 1 ill South Florida, ih.name in ihiplleate and .1nrow>alnsl you. and you are required .,, vlded in Section 733.18. Florida Btat-i f rve %  py • ,*". our / n "'. r r *lead-i .Fl"ail worked closely with utes. in il.. ir office* In the County 1 """ ".' "M Petition for Dissolution of %  %  • c -'-" ..• .i 1 '.'urilii.us. in Dnde County, Florida, Marrlnjre on the Husband-Petition-1 tier husband, loirncr national within six calendar month* "from the JJ""J nl ,orn ;; !. : "' ,:,,,, I .',Ti.i>; v,! ~-| .i'' : \i •' director of development of Brantlme -.f ih,. firxt publication hereof. 1 P A "' Biacnyna lluildiuv. \:> \\ •" or the same will be barred I PUurler Btreet. Miami. Florida 3S1S0. dels and head ol the fund raising Dated m Miami. Florida, thin Jth'Fhone: n*-3RM. and file the "'iciial „,.„, „f y au | r ;|o art anr j Associates day of March, A l> i!'7:: I Answer or Pleadiiut in the office "f tin-i Ilernlce Drelfuss Clerk of the Circuit Court on or befon AK Executrix tb1day of April. IMS. If you fall SHINE, Joseph, 7". T730 Tatum Obituaries First publication "f 11.1 >. notice ih.18 dav of March. I Ma BXYDER. YOI'XO. BTERN, & TANNENHAI'M Harvey S l.nncherq. ff counsel Attorney for Executrix I7M N 1:. ir.lili Btreel Nor lb .\li;mii Beach. Florida :i I8-33-3A 4 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION CASE NO. 73-6313 NOTICE OF ACTION CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE I PROPERTY : CIRCUIT JUDGES COURT LAWRENCE! J MtHIEI.I.O and IN AND FOR MARY JO MORBMJO. :I Minor, by DE COUNTY. FLORIDA I %  •" ,l IhroiUth her nexl frlenil and IN PROBATE Ouardlan, MAIIV I' MCIRELLO. No. 73-1669 Plaintiffs, GEORGE E. SCHULZ v BatHteof .IIM.MIi: I.. MII.I.KH. as A.linii.i-iinli'HEHt fiERINOER '"' %  %  < "'• Balate of YIRIIINIA C .,.,1 .Mi I|:I:I.I.I •. 1 >.-.:. >. .1 and OTICE TO CREDITORS RICIIAKD RALPH MOHELLO. [•redHorn and All Pena.inllavinior Demands Airal on] to do so. iu'lpin-ni b> ttbovi styled L'ourl for 1I1adoption Wati rwai in. MB. Rlasb-rK SMITH, Kurvis, 7ij. 01 .ML;. Neuinan. YOUNG, Sylvia Itlta. 4!>, 1771" NM Until Ave. tlordon. ZUHAV. Hyiiian, 7J. of MR. Riverside. Iiili iiu.iii sll Neon BHENNER, Uelty, ol MB. Riverside. 1 FORTGANG. Frank. 7S. 101^ 1'. 111, sylvanla Ave., MB. Blasbent, KOLBERT, l>..ia. 87. ol Mil. Itlvcrbidi Intermeiil Ml. Nebo. NATKIN. DiiVill. KB, of \.\in. Levitt. PARISER. Julius Leo. 62. 1231 '.'7ili si.. Mil. Uinsbt lit, 1 ROSE, Koselln, 83, of 1 loral Gables, Kiverslde. 1 STOLZENBERG. Louis. 77. of MB Riverside. FINKELSTEIN. l.oui-. 85, of MB Itiv. i.-KU-. liu.rm-ni Star of David. KANTER. Knt-hel, ol Jill Newman 1 Interment Ml. Sinai. LAZRUS. Arthur. 7:\ iv." Meridian 1 Mil. Riverside. 1 LOWENSTEIN. .I11I111-. :., of MB Rlvi rslde PERLER. HvrOiin, 7\. of MB. Newman ROSENSTEIN. Fannie, 91. 1'""" Raj 1 ir Mil. Bliishent. WALLEN. 1;. rtrude, 71. ol Miami Ni u man. ,.„,.,.,.,...,; COHEN. K.lilli. 71. of X.MH Rlvi I ilo mnioiiiolii hKNBKTl.Ma YVETTE KEITH and you are 1.I b> PliilnlIffs| quired to show i-uusv why the -aim DeclarashoulU nol 1sranted. by Yetta Elgart. 61, Dies In ftoston Mrs. Saul H. (Yetta) Elgart, 61. in Miami, during their 37 years of died after a long illness Friday, marriage. March 23. in Boston. She and her husband lived in Miami Beach. Funeral .serv.ees were held Moriwhere Mr. Elar, is the senio. (la >%  March 26. .n Provitlent-e H. 1.. with burial at Lincoln Park Cemetery in Warwick. I!. 1. A lifetime Zionist. Mrs. El"art was an active niember of Temple l.-rael of Greater .Miami. Haclassah and Brandeis University Women. Prior to their marriage, she was active in the Young Judea and the Chalutz Movement in the 1930s. She is survived by, in addition to her husband, a son Fdmund. of Long Meadow. Mass., two sisters. Mrs. Mabel Morand of New York and Mrs. Kuth Fountain of Los Angeles, and by two grandsons. Jonathan A. Kigali. 4. and Gordon C. Elgart. 2. BARASCH. HlldlS. 7S. 1405 N u Tih Si. iionlou. liiieriiH'iit Ml. Blnal. EPSTEIN, I'.in i..ir.l. 2, 1"! rolims Ave.. M II. Rlvi rslde. GOLDMAN. U-iiJuniin. 7:; of MB, Levitt. HURSHONSKY. Nathan, ta. "n >\ ashInsTtun Ave., Mil Riverside. LADER. Anna. 1451 follllis Ave MB. l.-vill. NUSBAUM. Jack, of MB, Rlversidi RITKIS. I ily, 9."i. ol Mli Urdoii ROTHSCHILD. S.-lma. 71. '.'11 Meridian Ave., MB. RR • rslde SCHER. Muli... I. 71. of NMH Levitt l'.i\. rsldi* ABELSON. Muuriee D, 71. ol .Miami. WN • rslde, luternieiil Mt. Nelsi ABRAHAMS, inamh. TO. nfXMB. la'Vill BERGMAN, Jennie, of Forl T.aml. idab la -viit BROUSMAN. llvm.-m. 7. of MB. HERMANN. Kli/ai.. Ill ."'. Ills lil\il Rlveratde. be tmri. ^ %  Kled ;il Mianl-'loi-iila. Illi'-1ay of "li. A 11 I'.iTS. 81dm i Kfronsou As Exei-u'-i First i %  II %  I %  %  • .. %  o-i of i Inii.. i i. %  • on the in il i \1:II .-li l"7:: I '.f roll son \ for EST TE i IP Si'I I I'll: riERINOER bsli Rulldint Plorldn MISS %  i I .. 1 :.--_ %  • i ".ill Avenue, Miami. Dade County. | uduotlon. Florida. WITNE8B my hand and seal nl il v....i arc reoulred to servi a rony of ijourl at Miami. Florida iliis ir. day (•our wrili-n defenses, if im> to R, of Man-h. 1973. i FINKELSTEIN. I...in-. RS, David POWELL. I Nil .. II" THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE tVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR UDE COUNTY. FLORIDA NO. 73-2660 J'llilN' OF htKV .1' KEPH MINTS! LLFRED F, NE8BITT NOTICE TO ADOPT II:II.III:KI" MINT/. 1 l.oinbitrd. Illinois iml 11.1, i ITHEI1 PERW INS P, III ion of AI FRED F NFS %  n BHEOER *.8CHREIBER. K8U8.. attorneys foi Plaintiffs whose nddressl is 20211 N' I-: IBSril Street North Mi-I I ami l'..a.-li. Florida S.1IA2 fHulte -Jn.'.i. on or before Anrll L'7. in7::. an. I file Hi. original with ihe Clerk of iliis l'ourl either before service in Plalnlin attorney or Immedlatelv thereafter: otherwise n default "ill be entered RKAinsl you for Ihe relief demnnded In the t'omnlalnl or netltlon, WITNESS my band and Ihe seal I of this l'ourl on the -" day of March.| RICHARD P RRINKER Ai' 1 .:, of Ihi Com Il> II M. KISSER %  As |i.oiii\ Clerk I1I1ROER SCHRE1REH .... \ i: laSril Strei • i Rm ""'.. \ M runli.a.li. Florida ;:::i..j T..| No il-.-7-.-7 |tv llai rv |i Sehn Ibi r \ • t ..in v for Plaintiffs :: ;•::.::.. i .. 13 i:ii'IIAi:i> P, BRINKER CLERK, I'IRI I IT ClR'RT Ily C. P. COPBLAXD Deuuly Clerk ~ %  :.{.vi 1 fits .1 Mil New • r MIL NOTICE OF ACTION CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE (NO PROPERTYl IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. 1 CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-6510 GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE I IN RE: TI1K .MARRIAGE OF 1 DANIEL SCHOENFEIJ3 I and 1 |n utiiTll V 8CHOENFELD l'i i: l" IROT! IV SOU lENFELD •X I lavis Road Lakewoiid, New Jersey yol" ARE HEREBY Nl 'Til IUH thai an action for Dissolution of MarHi .i -ol. Intermeiil Btnr ol Dn> Id I GOLDMAN. Louis. II"" IIHi 81 I Mi: Rlnsberic. KATZ. Pbllln. 77. of NMB Rlverslile. LOWY. Huiro, 7". %  %  : % %  %  Collins Avi .MI: Riverside. ROSE. Sarah, K. IMS" \\ Dixie 11 w v N.M II Rlvi i side. SATKOWITZ. I:I I. %  I., vltl SEIDEN. Harry, RS, 2M Ruclld Ave \l IV Ne man. ZA.CK. Eva, 'il. ii"" Weal Avi MB. Rlvi rsld-. A=TER. Jacob, K". of Mil I • "ii DRAIS. John I. "7. IL'I \\ 7Hi 81 Hlaleiih. Riverside DUNKEL. Irviin:. •..'. of Ml:. Riverside Intermeiil Mi Slnal FEUERSTEIN. Max. M, of Mil New man, CO' DSTEIN. Hi ort. 7s. of Mil Riverside GREENBERG. Nathan of Mi: Levitt. [GIOBER. Rose Tlllle. IB, I MO IIH> Rd M li Rlasbera NEWMAN. Russell, 7s. ::7-'" Ciillllis Ave MR. I'.lasl.. it LOF Harbor [slamis Riverside RUBEN-jTEIN. I'.lwar.l. • I" Michigan Avi Ml: Riven lib WEIDBERG. Null.in. M, K300 II. nl I'.'v.l MR nin bi ru WEINER. Esther, 73, 1TI" S illnde* Dr.. NMII IIIHSIII ru ZAFF. Fred. :.:'. of MB. Oonlon. IN MIAMI BEACH SB-", '::•-•• l:-,*:;,;;;.. 1 ; 1 ',:: -;rv:zr::i v* !" ,**,* '•= %  •• %  sour vMiii.n defenses if any. • %  Il MB Blusher* Ion JOSEPH SCHMIER. attorn.y foi sCHULTZ. Abraham, of MB Levltl | Petltl'iiier, whose address Is B".j '""SCHWARTZ, Anna, 7:. infill Ocean coin Road, Suite •-''•.. Miami Reach. (| %| |. 1 1 ,^„ L oloni JEFFREY JilBEPH IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE |TZ has been filed i" thb cause.. ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Petition Will bl I"' -• I 'ell lo lii'-l IN AND FOR |M befon Ihe II nble fIR \DY DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA htAWPORR In his fhiimber. In PROBATE DIVISION |li.,.l.. Countv Courthouse on Anrll No. 70-4428 ',: hereb^ those NOTiCE^^N^E^Srl^ MAKE ^£^ \^V^.''^Xt"^^ ^r.HS^ Sled 111 sold p. llllKS of thl APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION '• •' %  '"'',, .', ,.. 7: n h ee,Vls. ided adoption AND FINAL DISCHARGE ,' ,.„-„:,.,.., BB „| ni .| you for fcNETT ROTH ,.,..,,,.,..,. IN RK: Estate of t ,..-,. leinini.l.'.l in til ni.lalnl M... p. foA" l-l.'ED K SESlin I | \i-i i IE nnl DIN I "' ',„' ^ %  l .1 in-nln Road Deceased. I .... „,,|„.,. H hnll li published once N'OTICE Is hereb! Blven H u I havi .,"„.". .,., U| | VI filed my Final Henori nd_ P.i,," r ,|E JEW ISH FI.ORIDIAN Call JEfferson 1-7677 FUNERAL HOUB 1333 DADE BOULEVARD Edward T. Newman. F.D. nln Road Ami Reach, Flm Ida The published four iitnaeeutlvi week tl.. i. wish Florldinn NOTICE OF ACTION CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE (NO PROPERTYl THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ILEVTNTH .IUDICIAI CIRCUIT OF FlORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY CiVIL ACTION NO 73-639S iilERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION ACTION FOR DiSSOI.l^TION OF MARRIAGE 1 1 :1:. lluri laae of llERT ,IA II KS WI'IIK KH. Iiusliaml l| -II tVCIIKKR %  If' ;> |EI flA III Til WCBkEII HUM \I MI. .: i %  • i for Distribution nnd Final Dlschnrire V v,n-VFSS m< himd md lhi senl HM vdmiiilstmtior nl Ihe estate o • Miami Florida mi thl > .-, i ,,( ;oi |H> .;. .;,-..!• and thai lifter Ihe Isl %  ; ', : "" '" X | ,'HA ID P IIRINKER I lo Ihe H ruble ClrcUil > %  { : In, nl n %  "' %  %  '-;; %  "'• ,• „ v Florldn ..a n. ir II .1 ol said Flni IIH •"•' ,, ,. ,. ,., ,,.,;, XN |, for il irlbiitl. n nnd fln.il d XH Deputi Cl ll> \ I'll ni-"< • • %  '' "l • • ,,. |, ..„,., u., ,|, GELB MONUMENTS INC. <.0>en f**rr t>Y £'•* %  $•** ^40SW57lhAve MO t-8583 : ; Miami'* Onlf .Strictly Jwik Menaaitut Dealer /evil! I %  I .1 ,. i M n I I • 11 • 11 \ i : 11 .: i i! | >|X \ i \ y 'HIST! 'I i .%  > ,, ...i, Floi i.I.i 33131 I, i i Thl Hf.h dii> i i %  'i IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA tt 'In-Ill I our' Si i'' I'll SI "I IM1EI! !>"'' '' ...i ... .In lloa.l, Sun Florldn 33139 i I'etlllonei :: .: liu I il 1.1 N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY PROBATE DIVISION PROBATE NO. 73-1691 I"""""" ,, „ 11 ,, li h „,i on >f your nnswei or other pleadlnn to provided In S-.iion 7S3.1S. Fb.rliuii F"'";'";.' \! ,: ; .;; '" h. Veel>s Se Petition on Uu Husbands attorStatutes. In their of flcea In the County |rl, ..k lor r..iii iois..um. r.RHTER ROOERS. whose adCourlhous. In D County. II la.l rrHE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. ,\\ ,, i xw. 17th Avenue. Mlwithin siv calendar m hs from the, fclTNESS im -"'.,'.' RS ,, ,.',,.riila 33133 Hie the nrhrltime of Ihe fi,-i publication hereof, or li.i courl a Xllnmi. 1In "" ""• ,"' tthh ,,,. ,-,,,, „ r ,i,abov. styled Ihe same will lie barred %  i ,,r Uarch. IMS. RICHARD 1' BRINKER \Clerk, i ir.uH Crmn Dade County. Florida llv 1 BNEEDEN As Deputy Clerk null Courl S-ali ROI'.ITRT H IICRNS '•'*4!ii l.in -olii Rd Miami 1'. ...li. Pl.i .. court, on or before iliis :".ili dnj or April. IV7S, or a li.fauli will be rntered nmlnsl you DATED tliis mth day of March, 1H73. RH'H \i:n P. BRINKER Clerk of the Ciivuii Court llv: N A IIKWKTT I >. miiv Clerk (Circuit Courl Seali 9 ^::-:i" I 6-13 Plied .H Miami, Florida, this of March, \ 1 1 IM3 l.i:.\i iRE M I EN H tNF< :: I • \Kxi %  mux 1'irsi publication of iliis not hi n Hi, ":: .lav of March. I"7:: BAXTKR .<: fRIKUM VN Atlornev for f>tate i-7-i N i: IsSrd sti %  ei North Miami lia.li. |, '". i ;',' H 4 ,._,. %  ial Chapel emonai ^napei jfWlSH f. : ECTOW" lOCAl A"I0 CUT Of STATt A H A '. r. f M ( N T S 947-2790 1330S W D1XII HIVV N M. JEFFER FUNEBAL HOMES. l\c. DIRECTORS: Irwin Jetfer Medvvin Jefler • Alvin Jetter HOLLIS. L I 188-11 HILLSIDE AVE. BROOKLYN 1283 CONEY ISLAND AVE 212/776-8100 MIAMI FLA 13385 W. DIXIE HWY. Represented by Sonny Levitt 305/947-1185 Chapels available in all communities in New York and througnout the Miami area



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Page 2-B +Jml9to fhridlair Friday. March 30, I973 -•a • thelreasury Supermarket PASSOVGK FOODS Make Treasury your headquarters for Passover food shopping. We're proud to feature the brands you know and trust. See our special display, make your selection early. 1VI a n 1 sc h e w i tz Marble Cake Mix Fruit Filled Mandel Cranberry Sauce Beef and Cabbage Soup Tomato Mushroom Sauce Jellied Fruit Slices Beverages Manischewitz Wine Mogen David Wine Kosher Pepsi Cota Swee-Touch-Nee Tea Bags Horov/itz Coffee Dade County Dairy Homo Milk Cottage Cheese Sour Cream J~Ioro\vitz Bros, and Margart Matzo Farfel Passover Barley Potato Pancake Mix Spices Egg Kichel Concord Sauce '-"ape Juice /I others Borscht. Reg., Unsalted, Diet. Old World Gefilte Fish, jar White Fish and Pike in Gel. Matzo Balls King Sour Dressing Techper's Sponge Cake Mix G ood man Square Matzos Egg Matzos Matzo Meal Egg Kickel Cocoanut Macaroons Crocolate Macaroons Honey Cake Mix (with pan) Kok h oc Sons Gefilte Fish Matzo Ball and Chicken Soup Kosher Soap Products o{ Israel Aeiv Matzos Telma Mushroom Soup These are just a few of the items in our Passover display. All items are priced for Tote Savings. It's the "Tape Total that counts 'cause that's where the savings show. theTreasury Supermarket Perrine 16051 S. Dixie Hwy. Lauderdale Lakes ^ %  U. S. 441 and Oakland Park HOllyWOOd 1951 South State Road *7 Hialeah 103rd off Palmetto Expwy.



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Page 12-A *Je*isti fha-ieUnn Friday. March 30. 1973 r :A 1 Jewish 'Gross National Product' Reached $1.5 Billion In 1970 Dr. Lel-man Aids NCCJ Ceremony NEW YORK (JTA)—The aggreUtiited Fund' grants, Jewish hosgate value, or cost, of Jewish comj pital income rose by almost $400 munal services, including those of j million, aged care income by more Israel, may be loosely defined as than $70 million and Jewish centhe Jewish gross national product j ter income by about Sll million. which totaled $1.5 billion in 1970. j While non-local Jewish organia figure roughly double that of j zations raised about S17 million income and costs of such services more in 1970 than they did in in 1965, according :o a report by I 1965. most of this money was earthe Council of Jewish Federations maiked for special and capital and Welfare Funds. purposes, which are not included Report on "Jewish Communal I in Federation annual campaigns. Services: Programs and Finances'* j Such non-contributed income was was prepared by S. P. Goldberj. : mainly in government services and Total is related to the major I this rose by S70 million, sources of ineome for such servj Since the 1967 Six Day War. the ices, including the annual Federa report said, American Jews and tion campaigns, service payments those of Canada and other counby users of those services and pubj tries have recognized that the wellic tax funds. faro, health, education and other It does not include almost all I needs of newsamers In Israel reendowment income of Federations j quired massive additional volunand local Jewish agencies, local tary support for services which capital fund drives and ail internal the Jews of Israel could no longer help to finance because of their other direct r sponsibilities. Result "was an historic out Jewish congregational operating expenses, according to (lie OFF report. Study compared data for 1970 I pouring of aid for the I'JA Emerg with those for 1965 and cited foui enc> Fund in 1967." The regulai major changes during that period, i federated campaigns and the IEF Federations raised S33 million drives together brought a record more in 1970 for regular operating sum of $319 n 1 i"n in 1967. which purposes but the income that year in turn was topped in 1971 and from the Israel Emergency Fund ; 1972. The report said systematic brought an increase in total Feddata on local capital fund-rai.-iir eration campaign results of $147 are not available on an annua million beyond the 1965 total. basis because of the long term na Grants for local Jewish services tuie of such programs, which are from city-wide non-sectarian procon nil, d larg 'ly apart from an £rams, usually I'nited Funds, such nual Federation campaigns. is the United Way and Community A number of Jewish crsaniza Chests, rose by more than S5 miltions bv agreement with Federa "ion. Apart from Federation and 1 lien?, run independent campaigns. you Enjoy the Finer Things in Life ... and desire a piesiigious aildiess in an incomparable building. .. then you belong at the Crystal House. Miami Bead's luxury condominium is foi people who know die best and expect the best. Yuu can now own pan of tins jewel on Hie Gold Coas! ol Flonda. IheCRYSTAl HOUSE oilers: • A sun splashed private heath • Ciystal deai swimming pool • Superb cuisine in oui continental lestamant • Elegant formal gaidens • Recreational facilities • A panoramic view of sea and sly • Closed circuit TV security system • Switch boa id service Prices from 34b,900 to S85.000 VISIT OUR MAGNIFICENT MODELS >P'viS.ai l.ltllllf ,ir Itortll iU>Kt>Ua al lamj A ,..,., CRYSTAL HOUSE WftS COLLINS AVE • MIAMI BtACH.FIA 3314013051 865 S77B The major drives for overseas programs during 1971 were those of Hadassah. which raised $14.4 million, in addition to grants from ties; Tcchnion and the Weizmann tiesc; Tcchnion and the Weizmann Institute which raised $16 million for capital and special funds; the Americwlsrael Cultural FoundaI tion and the National Committee for Labor Israel which raised about $1.7 million and $2.6 million, respectively; the Jewish National Fund. ORT and the American Red Magen Dovid which did not appeal to the Federations but raised in dependent ly. respectively. $3.6 mil:ion, $3.6 million and $1.2 million, the CJF report said. Major independent efforts for national programs in 1971 were by Brandeis University, which raised 513 million without appeals to ederations; t\>o hospitals — City if Hope and National Jewish HosI pital — which raised ?i3.3 million %  vith "only nominal support" from Federations; Yeshiva University if New York, including Einstein Medical College, which raised S9.;-' niilion: the Reform Jewish Appea md the Jewish Theological Semi .lary-United Synagogue of America \ppeal (Conservative) which rais%  d $10 million, mainly from mem vrship sources; B'nai B'rith Youth Service Appeal which raised S4.! million, also from membership ources; and the Anti-Defamation .eague of B'nai B'rith. which rais d $46 million and $4.2 millior espectively, from campaigns ir New York City and Chicaeo. 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lay, March 30. 1973 +Jewist florid kin Page 13-A [ionist Federation To Participate 'Scholar in Residence' Program |EW YORK — Rabbi Israel Milannounced the American ZionTederation's participation in a Scholars In Residence Pro" in conjunction with the nican Zionist Youth Foundaand the setting up of a new tational travel service to Is He spoke at an AZF national ^1 meeting here. he meeting opened with talk? Ifour figures involved in the jing of Israel. rs. Rose Halprin, former chair j of the American section of the Ish Agency chaired the special Ion and recalled some of the moments just prior to Is|s declaration as an indcpcndKate. kpOgden Reid, D-N.Y.. U.S. fcssador to Israel from 1959 to opened his talk in Heorew lurged the U.S. administration ffer long range security and is of Women Election Dade County Commission on ttatus of Women, a 2~riieml'>" v lory group that studies and ises specific plans to meet the of women, elected officers (he coming year at its last |ng. Anne C. Wilson will serve (airperson: assisted by Nikki vice chairperson; and Tanya secretary. economic guarantees to Israel since our security hangs together." The Rev. Karl Baehr, .former director of the American Christian Palestine Committee anu a veteran Christian Zionist, expressed his feeling that the double standard /hich Hows Christians to expect Israel to act aga;nst her own self] interest steins from anti-Semitism. Ambassador David Rivlin, Is-ael's consul general in New Yo.k closed the session by appealing to the Zionist Movement to "cease to ')e a marginal factor and become Mice again a leading force in America with a dominant aliyah nucleus •hat will be able to challenge and .ill the ideological vacuum which now exists." In announcing the AZF's partici !>ation in the "Scholars In Residence Program." Rabbi Miller said: "We must bring the kind of people frcm Israel who show Israel as groping for spiritual values which is the goal of Zionism and our people." To this end. 20 leading Israeli intellectuals and men of letters will be arriving as guests of various communities throughout the United States towards the end of the month. They will stay and lecture with the communities for two weeks followed by a dialogue with their American counterparts which is being sponsored by the newly formed Zionist Council for the *"t and Sciences. Fascell Towers Opens The new Dante Fascell Towers, a low income public housing facility for the elderly located at 2929 NW 18th Ave., will be dedicated at 2 p.m., Friday. U.S. Representa tive Dante B. Fascell, D-Fla....will be present, with his wife and "children, at the dedication, ceremonies for the building named in his hon'Y' Las Vegas Night The YM-YWHA at 8500 SW 8th St.. is holding a Las Vegas Night Saturday starting at 8 p.m. Working on the project, which finances scholarships for children, are the of Laurel Shapiro, president. Judgment at Nuremberg j m ent at Nurembergon Sunday starting at 7 p.m. Proceeds are The Senior Youtti Group of! Temple Beth El will present a earmarked for the Youth Scholarfull length feature film, "Judgeship Fund. i*::::-:-:-?::* !" ^ HOTEL ?: announces a traditional PASSOVER SEDER | conducted by CANTOR STANLEY RICH MONDAY, APRIL 16th at 6 P.M. •£ $14 50 per person. Reservations: 531-1271 9 •:• including tax and tip Mr. Newman g: NOW OPEN ALL YEAR MAKE THE CORONET HOTEL YOUR HOME FOR YEAR ROUND LIVING Full Block ol Private Beach. Olympic Pool & Gtiutned Area All Outsidt Rooms With Private Bath. Shower and Phone ?4 Hour (levator Service. Daily Synagogue Services Salt & Su^ar Free Diets Catered to Planned Entertainment. Movies An Understanding Statt. trained tor Your Personal Ser.ice OUR AIM IS TO PLEASE YOU. MASHGIACH ON PREMISES KOSHER SUPERVISION BY RABBI A. BENHILLEL | RESERVE NOW FOR THE PASSOVER HOLIDAYS Services Conducted by Cantor '98 per week, per per*, double occupjney Beg. 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Friday. March 30, 1973 +Jewlati fhridfimri Page 5-C Beach Hadassah Groups Plan Varied Programs Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah Groups are meeting on the following dates: Stephen S. WHe meeting at the Algiers Hotel at noon, Monday. A card game will follow the business meetisu Mrs. Gertrude Sosna will preside. Israeli Group eye hank luncheon at thi Algiers Hotel Thursday. April 3 at noon. Accordionist and singer. Phil Shadlin, will enter tain. :.••-. Esther Meyer will preside. Kadimah meeting at the Singapore Hotel on Monday, at noon. Mrs. Emanuel Mentz, president of th..Miami Beach Chapter of Hadass will speak on hospital supplies for Mi. Scopus Hospital. Mrs Louis N'eleber will preside. Hainan Sene*ch meeting at the Algiers Hotel Monday at noon. Mrs Sanford Jacobson, education chairman of the Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah. will be guest i speaker. Mrs. Bamet Baron will preside. Emma Lazarus will have its eye bank luncheon at the Holiday Inn at Collins and 87th St. on Monday j at noon. Cards will be offered. Betty Greenberg and Ella Chester are co-chairmen. Mrs. Henrietta Fine will preside. I,ouis D. Brandtis will have its Youth Aliyah luncheon at the Fontainebleau Hotel Thursday. April 5. at noon. Mrs. Harry Moel will be chairman of the day. Cochairmen are Mesdames Nathan Levine. Harry Galanter and Clara Hyde. Mrs. Gertrude Reinwald will preside. Mi*. Sylvia G. Schor accepts the State of Israel Atzmaut (Independence) Award at the Caesarea County Club-Dinner of S'ate. Presenting the award to Mrs. Schor.. who accepted it or behalf of herself and her husband. Judge Benjamin H. Schci, were Hi SaLs (left) director of the Greater Miami Israel Bo;-..' Organization, and Herbert Henschel, honorary chairma %  ; of the dinner. THE CLOSET KING' PESIGNERS cV CREATORS of DUTIFUL CIOSCT INTERIORS GUARANTEED ID GIVE YOU MORE HANGING & SHELF SRfcCE TO FIT YOUR PERSONAL NEEDS 823-0085 .'-•a*' if* n Mr. and Mrs. Irving Wexler recently held a meeting in their home on behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's 1973 CJA-IEF campaign. The gathering, for the residents of Brickell Town House, resulted, in a 42 per cent increase over the same gifts to last year's campaign. Shown (from left) Howard Hirschfield, a member of the GMJF young leadership cabinet, who spoke to the gathering; Mr. and Mrs. Wexler (Reva Wexler is president of the GMJF Women's Division); the Wexlers' daughter Myra and State Sen. Kenneth M. Myers. we cook it for hours... so you don t have to. CHICKE" SOUP Manischewitz FOR PASSOVER ft fRProduced under slrlct Rabbinical supervision. Certificate on regie tt Bold Maintenance Incorporated Presents THE BOLD ONES Mike & Carter v tffl\ Try us You'll Like Us 6( \J$^jS\ Experts In Floor Maintenance i$L NEW CONSTRUCTION FINAL CLEANOUTS CONDOMINIUMS, TOWNHOUSES, APARTMENTS OFFICE MAINTENANCE ETC. CT-NOTICE! HOUSEWIVES: Are You Having Problems Cleaning Your Carpet? SPECIAL OFFER ON CARPET CLEANING 1AO/ ACC 750W.84lhSt. I U / Uri Moleah, Florida w 823-4550 L---------OFFER GOOD ONLY WITH COUPON „.-----J Florida Council for Soviet Jews PRESENTS JEWISH FREEDOM SONGS FROM RUSSIA FEATURING SAT. WINING MARCH 31 ONC NITC ONLY GR1SHATSATSKIS B'NAI GALUT BAND Grisho Tsatskis (Zvi Ben Israel) the first religious Jew to have sung 1st Tenor with the Moscow Philharmonic AND FROM ISRAEL TSACHI & YAEL Israel's Top Singing Duo DANNY TADMORE the foremost comedian of todcy at the MfAISI BEACH AUDITORIUM TICKETS: $3.50, $4.50, $5.50, $7.00 For Ufa : 652-2606 or 532-9662 ment,955N.E.170St. 162 Apt. 211 ;s ai so available at Box Office



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Joy, March 30, 1973 vJenistfhrMtor: Page 15* letters to the editor )R, The Jewish Floridian: one oi the Orthodox Rabbis ur community, I assume the |nsibility to make public the n-ing message concerning the |coming Passover Holiday. Bd prices in general have been to extreme highs, and the for Kosher food are above Jready high cost of living. lh the Passover holidays in I appeal to food distributors, tsale and retail not to raise rice of Kosher food. In parthe price of staple items is matzo. meat, fowl and fish be kept at the lowest pos%  evel, It would be a shame %  price of Kosher food should people away from our re I also appeal to the Kosher pin-r not to patronize luxury cts that are not part of the ky diet. It is only natural thai lacturers cash in on the proiTravatorr" 412,7 at Dade ftil 1 at IScach %  "rovatoro." Giuseppe Vardi's %  tic opera in four acts, will %  ented by the Opera Guild ^H^ : VIo iday and Saturd. %  > %  Dade County Auditorium, and Wednesday, A i i'. Auditorium. All performances begin ikiiipily at 8:15 p.m. Montscii.it Caballe, soprano f the Metropolitan and I.a Sea la Opera, -• ill MM iiic mil<>f Leonora, opnn-".. her ;is Manrico will be hri husband. I.a Scala tenor Bernab." Marti. Also starring in "II Tiovniiw" arc I.a Scala. ^v Met nd I'-'ris (lpeia baritone Matteo Manugucrra as Count di Luna, Mr! mezzo-soprano I.ili Ghookasiati as Azucena, and baritone Mak'nli'i Smith of the New rk City Opera, as I-Vrrando. j motion to sell their wares for the i fuse to purchase such items for i holidays by introducing it as j the Passover holiday. I "Kosher for Passover." Finally, I nighty recommend Many of these items do not re! s up P rt "'Kosher food items proquire religious supervision, and it i ?. uced ln lsr f eL L one C) f the f : is unjust that because of the Pass-1 mes wa vs to hel P the Sta,e of lover label the price is hiked 10 Israel |or 15 per cent To combat such a situation, reSidney Lowe Is New Commander JWV Post 243 Sidney N. Lowe and his wife, Evelyn, will be installed as com mander and president of Murray RABBI TIBOR H. STERN Miami Beach York TTiree < t complete the cast. They are soprano Rebecca Roberts, recently enciccd by the Dallas and San Francisco Opera Compani aInez; tenor Curtis Rayam, one nf Mi. top ten Metropolitan Opera Auditions prize winners lor 1!>73. as Ruiz, and Guild ve'eran bass Tom Winston as a Gyp.->. "II Trovatorc is the fourth of four major productions to be mounted In tile Opera Guild this season. Music director and conductor is Emerson Ituekley Sidney Rockwell Installed Prexy BB Lodge 1591 Sidney Z. Rockwell will be inelect of the Miami Beach Lodge, stalled as president of the Miami George J. Talianoff, honorary Beacn B'nai B'rith Lodge 1591, chairman of the Society of Fellows, Anti-Defamation League, and a past president of the Miami Beach Lodge, will act as installing offi cer, Samuel Pascoe, former Florida State president of B'nai B'rith Lodges, is master of ceremonies. Lawrence II. Sluiman is general chairman of the installation din ner. Other officers t.o be installed are: Irving S.-hatziiian, treasurer Phil cantor, financial secretary Joseph H. Cohen, Nat Friedman, Adolph Lang, Harry Reiser, vice presidents: Gershon Miller, chair man of the luncheon club: Dr. \bi aliam Wolfson, newscaster at the luncheon club. Among trustees areDr. Irving Lehrman. rabbi of Temple EmanuEl. Jack Gordon, Abraham Grun I.in. Burnett Roth, Paul Seiderman, George J. Talianoff, Arthur SIDNtl tOCJfWIU [ Courshon, .lay Dernier, day, at the Seville Hotel, at :> p.m. Kcukwell succeeds Moe Reiffen, who is completing his tesond term, Rockwell ifounder c.i the Met-' ropolitan Maintenance Company oi \e Jersey. lie was president ol Histadrut in New Jersey and president of the Landsman Buczaczer .Society in Iloboken. Rockwell vis ited Israel on three occasions to establish a free loan society. i Rockwell has been in B'nai B'rith, for 22 years, i ln Miami Beach Rockwell is on the Brotherhood board of Temple Bi t'l Sholom, a member of the Elks, Masons. Shriners, the Detroit Social Club, and vice president oi i ', Hudson Country of New Jersey] Social Club. He is also a membi i %  o f the Hiilel advisory board. Uni, vct-iu of Miami, and has served as vice president and president! advocate; Murray Valkowitz. qiij termaster; Sol Lipton. officer-c' the-day, and Ben Slutsky. trustc e Auxiliary officers installed I. Department President Lillian Schoen are: Tanya Levine. sen! f vice president: Stella Lipto 1 junior vice president; Betty Arc.off. treasurer; Diane Botwinik. corresponding secretary; Jea.i Olin, chaplain: Judith Blilt, conductress; Evelyn Ferdie. patriot.-, instructor: Cynthia Blitt. historian: Sophie Valkowitz. guard. and Jenny Golub and Estelle Gordon, trustees. 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