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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla

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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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Jewish Flor idian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
xrr.e 46 Number 14
Miami, Florida Friday, April 6, 1973
Three Ssctions Price 25 :?:.=
eating May Be Named
Ambassador To Israel
By Special Report
Washington, d.c. For-
Sen. Kenneth B. Keating,
ie red on" of Israel's
fehest supporters, who was
kerf for his Senate seat by
^^K<- Robert F. Kennedy, ap-
pears to be the next U.S. am-
bassador to Israel.
Sen. Keating, a .....U >r from
1958 to 1969 and a member of
Congress from 1946 to 1053
and from 1956 to 195", was am-
bassador to India unt'l !a-t year.
'ro-Arab Propaganda
ipreading In Brazil
[C DE JANEIRO. (JTA)
rab propaganda is mak-
teady inroads in Brazil in
rm of articles in small town
ipapers and inexpensive
hlets sold in bookstalls and
iversity bookstores.
tides in the newspapers are
Ie. without the cliches and
1 paroxysms that mark sim-
^Haxt.cles in the American and
Eurouivn pn-is
fbe articles deal with issues
as the role of women in
society, the contributions
rabs to the Brazilian econ-
and intellectual life, the
leal and economic develop
BMHt of Arab workers.
These stories, written in a sim-
ple and straightforward manner.
are geared toward a working
tUHf i eadcrship.
Pamphlets, equally well-writ-
ten, deal with the aspirations of
the Palestine people, the aims
of Arab liberation, and depict
Israel and Zionists as oppressors
and Gestapo-like individuals.
These pamphlets are sold at
prices ranging from three to six
cruzeiros (fifty cents to one
dollar), almost free of charge
compared to other pamphlets of
comparable numbers of pages,
quality of printing and layout.
They are evidently subsidized
and thus are almost being given
away.
Young Jews, especially on the
campuses, are exposed to them,
especially as there are no com
parable pro-Israel or pro-Zionist
pamphlets. The Zionist material
available is written in a heavy
style and is usually too expen-
sive for the student*.
'Sisco Dismisses Fears
Arab-Israeli Conflict
and was a key supporter of Pres-
: i 111 Richard M. Nixon's success-
ful reelection bid.
Sources here said the gov-
ernment of Israel already has
been told of the impending ap-
pointment of Mr. Keating, who
made his interest in the position
known while campaigning in
' w York last fall.
Mr. Keating is expected to re-
place Walworth Barbour, who
retired as ambassador to Israel
after 11 years in the post which
saw American-Israeli relations
in.prove steadily.
the 73-year-old Mr. Keating is
a graduate of Harvard Univer-
sity School of Law and the Uni-
versity of Rochester. He made
several appearances in Palm
Beach in the 1960s for the. Al-
bert Einstein College of Medi-
cine and the United Jewish Ap-
peal.
Although there was no con-
firmation by the State Depart-
ment, and Mr. Keating said. 'I
not know anything about it,
and I can't comment." Reliable
diplomatic sources here said his
appointment has been decided
upon by the White House.
Syrians Harass
Damascus Jews
TEL AVIV (JTA) A tour-
ist who visited Damascus re-
cently reported here this week
that three Jews were arrested
recently and that the persecu-
tion, harassment and extortion
of Damascus Jews has intensi-
fied. The tourist identified the
arrested Jews, all heads of fam-
ilies, as Avraham Shou. Joseph
Shevut and Nissim Kafif.
PROftSSOR tPHRAlM KATCHALSKI
Prof. Katchalski
Nears Presidency
JERUSALEM (JTA) Dep-
uty Knesset Speaker Itzhak Na-
von officially withdrew from the
presidential race and urged his
backers this week to desist from
any further activity on his be-
half.
Mr. Navon lost the Labor
Party's nomination to Prof. Eph-
raim" Katchalski of tthe Weiz-
mann Institute of Science who
seems assured of victory when
the Knesset votes for Israel's
new president April 10.
Mr. Navon said he no longer
views himself as a candidate. He
urged his supporters to avoid
demonstrations such as those
held recently by some univer-
sity students who tried to rally-
grass roots support for the Knes-
set leader.
Prof. Katchalski. for 25 years
head of the Department of Bio-
physics at the Weizmann Insti-
tute of Science is an interna-
tionally recognized authority on
proteins, building materials from
which the body is made and their
structure, properties, and be-
havior under a variety of con-
ditions.
Dr. Katchalski was notified o!
his nomination while participat-
ing in a memorial symposium
last month at the University of
California. Berkeley, dedicated
to his older brother. Prof Aha-
ron Katzir Katehalsky, slain in
the I od Airport massacre last
May. He was, at the time of his
death, head of the Weizmann
'ontin-ied on Pag 2-A
jeopardizes U.S. on r;overnment Studying Davan
in the U.S. that Arab- nomic reasons including the bal- \JU T V* II1UV*** *^ **- J } #
Proposal On Arab Land Sale
real :i tii- I'.S that A'aii-
Israel conflict Is Jeopardizing iu-
ture imports of Middle East oil
and creating gasoline and fuel
short.iges were dismissed by the
State department this week.
Kssistant Secretary of State
for Nc; r Fast, rn Affairs, Joseph
Sisco. addressing the State De-
part mint's Foreign Policy Con-
ference for Editors and Broad-
casters said that while there
Will be -flux" in the relations
between the LS. and Middle
Eastern oil-producing countries,
he 'seriously doubted that the
mutuality of in'erest between the
' producer and the consumer
would in fact be jeopardized" by
the Arab-Israeli dispute.
He cautioned the approxi-
mately 600 American media lead-
ers not to "overthrow the impli-
cations" of the Arab-Israeli con-
flict and current petroleum
. shortages.
Mr. Sisco, who is the govern-
ment's top specialist on the Mid-
dle East, commented that "it is
not in the U.S. national interest
to beoverly reliant on any one
area or source."
He forecast some future dif-
ficulties, however, but expressed
the hope that "adjustments" be-
tween the producers and con-
sumers of oil could be made.
According to Mr. Sisco, "the VS.
has the resources to meet future
needs, both for security and eco-
nomic reasons including the bal
ar.ee of payments factor."
Mr Sisco reiterated the U.S.
positi in that an interim i -
11 -. Israel and Egypt to re-'
open the Suez Canal was the
best means to move toward an
overall Middle East settlement.
He upheld Israel's refusal to
commit itself to a total with-
drawal from Sinai before enter-
ing negotiations with Egypt, a
precondition insisted on by Cairo.
JOSEPH SISCO
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
government is studying a propos-
al by Defense Minister Moshe
Dayan to permit land sales trans-
actions between Jews and Arabs
in the Administered Territories.
Mr Dayan made the sugges-
tion last week in a speech in
which he implied criticism of the
government for not doing enough
ta further Jewish settlement in
the territories.
It appeared, however, that Gen.
Dayan was not proposing any-
thing new, but rather was asking
the government to give its of-
ficial blessing to something
that is already taking place on
a fairly large scale.
Experts here estimate that Is-
raelis have already purchased
more than 150,000 dunams (37,-
500 acres) of land from Arabs in
the Administered Territories.
Despite the tact that they are
officially not permitted to buy
Arab land in the Judaea and
Samaria regions, some 110,000
dunams have been bought there.
The state comptroller report
recently cited Uie Jewish Na-
tional Fund (JNF) as the pur-
chaser of 85,000 dunams of
in the territories.
Government officials explain-
ed that the JNF acted as an in-
termediary and that the land
was turned over to the Israel
lands authority.
Land purchases by Israelis in
the territories has sparked a
sharp increase in pries. Should
the government officially en-
dorse the policy, the prices will
go much higher, experts say.
Defense Minister Dayan indi-
cated in Tel Aviv what Israel's
borders would be if a general
peace settlement was reached
in the Middle East at this time.
"Jerusalem will be divided no
more nor will Nalhanya be en-
dangered from the east," he told
a meeting of the organization of
civilian employees of the armed
services.
"There will be no Egyptian en-
clave in the Gaza Strip nor will
the Straits of Eilat be in foreign
hands," he said. His remarks in-
dicated that he envisaged Is-
rael's permanent retention of at
least parts of the former Jor-
danian territory closest to IS-
C'
reel's Mediterranean coast town
of Natanya before the Six-Day
War.
He implied the same for East-
ern Sinai and Sharm El Sheikh.
Israel Tours
Reduce Rates
TEL AVIV i JTA) Minister
of Tourism Moshe Kol said this
week that American tourists
traveling to Israel next winter
on lOday package tours will pay
some $120 less than last winter's
minimum package fare.
An agreement to that effect
was reached at a meeting be-
tween Mr. Kol and the director
of El Al. Mordechai Ben Ami.
According to Mr. Kol, the Is-
raeli Hotel Association and Is-
rael travel agents were also
partners to the agreement.
Readiness to cut winter rates is
part of a national effort to in-
crease tourism.


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rjewlst noridf&n
Friday. April 6, [m
n rs i it' M-DCC Dedicates
Prof. Katchalski Shaw Memorial
Nears Presidency
Continued From Page 1-A
institute's Polymer Research De-
partment.
Now 57 years old. Prof. Kat-
hul-ki would be the youngest
President in the state's history.
\s the first President of Israel.
Dr. Chaim Wei/nianu. he will
-erve as a scientist-statesman,
lie expects to continue his sci-
entific research during his ten-
ure as President.
Rorn in KsW, Russia. May 16,
?fl16. he was brought to Pales-
nne by his parents at the age
l six. He received his M.Se. and
'h.n. degrees from the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem.
After five years as an assist-
ant ;u)d research associate at
i*i, Uchic'v I'nivcrsity. and one
en as ;i research fellow at the
Brooklyn Polytechnic Inctkute
. nd at Columbia University. Dr.
Katchalski joined the staff of the
'< eizmann Institute of Science in
".chovot in 1049
Prof. Ephraim Uhrbach of the
Hebrew University annr>nnced
arlier that he has accepted the
omination of the National Re
j.ojs Parly for the presidency
I Israel. I'lie XRP executive
voted 27-19 .March 28 to noini
a c the 61 -year-old Talmudic
'Cholar to oppose Prof. Katchal-
- ti,
Prof. Uhrbach apparentIv is
. Iso the nominee of the Gahal
"Ppcsition faction. While Gahal
has not nominated him formally,
n has declared its support for
I -im. The Uhrbach candidacy,
emerged as more than a mere
vmboHc threat to Dr. Katchal
ki after Premier fiolda Meir ve-
teed an attempt by Labor Party
leaden to reach an arrangement,
vilh the smaller Knesset fac-
tiens.
I ndcr the proposed deal, the
factions were to vote for
:>i In return, the
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toral reform legislation due for
a final vote in the Knesset soon.
The measure, dealing with the
distribution of surplus votes in
national elections, will strength-
en the major parties at the ex-
pense of the smaller ones.
1306.006 Raised
For Olympian
Memorial Center
Campaign chairman Harold Guld-
farb summed up the feelings of
both Israelis and Greater Miamians
attending the Olympian Memorial
Center dinner at the Eden Roc
Hotel last week when he said. "We
will Ik- back!"
The dinner, hosted by author
Dick Schaap, the national chair-
man for the center ol physical edu-
cation which will be built on the
campus of Tel Aviv University,
raised more than S^'OO.OOO as the
beginning of the local effort.
Before more than 400 persons.
Proi Yuval Ne'eman, president of
Tel Aviv University, presented an
honorary doctorate to David Light
of Miami Reach, one of the school's
founders
Prof, Ne'eman. a world-renowned
physicist, also awarded founder's
plaques to Moses Hornstein and
Bay Harbor Islands Mayor Shepard
Rroad, and Ne'eman accepted a
painting commemorating the oiym-
miis' memory from artist John
Pi tre.
Alain sneaker at the dinner was
Shmuel Lalkin, manager of the
1972 Israel Olympic team and sec-
retary of the Israel Sports Federa-
tion, who affirmed his nations
determination to rebuild the coach-
ing staff and team which was dci i
mated by the murders in Munich.
Dedication ceremonies of the Fred
Shaw Memorial Plaza at Miami-
| Dade Community College South
; were held this week with Dr. Peter
Masiko Jr.. M-DCC president, pre-
siding at the ceremony in the
plaza. located between the Gibson
Health Center and the Trammell
, Learning Resources Center.
The welcoming address was de-
livered by Dr. Ambrose Garner.
South Campus vice president.
Dedicatory remarks were made by
Jack Kassewitz. a member of the i
MI):/: Board of Trustees and a
long-time friend of Mr. Shaw. The
response was made by Mrs. Fred
Shaw. Jean and Bobby Shaw, the I
Shaws' daughter and grandson, un j
veiled the memorial.
Mr. Shaw came to Miami-Dade |
in 1965 from the University of,
Miami where he had been since >
194(i. While at Miami-Dade South. !
he had been director of the '
Humanities Division, academic '
dean and was later named the
college's vice president for devel- !
opment, which office he held until
his death in 1972.
Rabbi Baumqard Serves HUC
Rabbi Herbert M. Baumganl.
spiritual leader of Temple Belli
Am. served as scholar In-residence
at the Hebrew Union College, Jew- |
ish Institute of Religion in New-
York City, for the week of April 2. |
This distinction emphasizes the
position Rabbi Baumgard occupies
in Jewish religious circles in our
country.

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are an important part of the Home's operating
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Won't you help the Home today by contributing
Hems for resale at the Thrift Shop?
Do you have furniture, appliances, bedding,
cameras, clothing, sporting goods or any other
saleable merchandise which you no longer need
or can use?
Do you know someone, a friend or a neighbor,
who is redecorating? Perhaps a hotel, an apart-
men! house. Tell them about our Thrift Shop.
Douglas Gardens has serious financial needs,
since 70 of its 222 residents are public welfare
recipients. With increased operating costs, and
public assistance payments in Florida the lowest
of all states, the Home urgently needs your help
to maintain its high quality care. May we count
on your support?
Just phone 696-2101 and arrange for our truck
to pick up your merchandise.
And remember contributions to the Thrift
Shop are tax deductible.
The Douglas Gardens family residents,
Board and staff thank you.
AARON KRAVITZ
JHA Vice President
Chairman
Thrift Shop Committee
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Public Invited To Israel Bonds Events
Tiie public is invited to attend
... \a of Israel Bands events
scheduled to take place during the
iean Friend* of Hebrew Univer-
sity, Greater Miami Federation of
sb Women's Organizations,
MetWhbod of Tennfle EmanH-El,
any. As far beck as 1948. he par
' >! ated in the "Materials for Is-
: iii. and he is currently
. an active member of B'nai B'rith
'.' "k'^fw^Llw'!Ji.w,i:til^"i1i <*** l-'"''"'1'in Lodge. !! is also a dl-
Home for the 7," ." ',-: the '*Gfahtf"Stfeel Mfa
d the Golden Age
i -i the Li wer Bast side.
sheriff <>t'
ounty and is ;i col-
onel governor's staff of
pi Idi of the
Camelot Hall Social Club for two
isted in Who's Who
I Urn ii
i ttl in Israel" is sched-
uled in start at p.m. in the card
r >om,
IliDA K. THAU
th nl' April.
v Thau will receive the
State of Israel Scroll nl Honor at
i iht in i irael" at the
I lou .'.
.' .1 \!n .'
. tal '! 11 I IB
I on or i he
for i le
i ual re<
i lartii
I 'i rcl Fl da in
I iching
r (l
.i |y j I Had

ip and
B ; ler.
* j vice president for the
in oi Iladassah and
: la iii chairman for is
Bi 'i for the region
' imi Beach Chapter, she
recently completed two years as a
of the national services
I i
A' Thau is also active in the
American Teehnion Society, Amer-
Cot ncil o!' .' h W i .
Community ( h :. laini y Advisory
rd, and United Fund,
The "Night in Isr > ins al
8 p m. in the Cryst. I ;; iusi
tauranl ill I
bj Edd lewish
humorist
Camelot Hull Event
Honors George Saline
!.''">
bration Tuesday.
The i i is
held under the au
Gr Miami Isra
tion, ill
h imorist and ur, as
i n
irman Norman Seidr-n
said
Mr S u ine maintains an
business career and
man of the Rowland i
GtORGi SASINC
Honorees Al
Seaeoasl Towers East
i hysician Stanli \
! hlin on, will
:
1 :: I al Si i
i E i hui da]. April
12.
!ht in 1 rai 1" program
he Fn hlin which will
e i ntertainmenl bj humorist
E iii Cohm, is sponsored by the
rs East Israel Bond
C mmitti '.Joseph Cohen and Sid-
ney Go! In an serve as ch lirmen.
ident
of I > Mount Sinai Hospital mi di
If. is a f( How nf the Ami i
lean l of Sui id the
: .'n'i, ol Sui
m imber ol the exei
: --;' iv f Bran Ii is
L." id hi b tard
ol in- r ol
Dr !'
; for .
number of j active in
Israel I Frehl
pai ite numerous civic
and J v i iii ited ca
The "Nil hi in Israel" will take
ploce in the Si a :oa I Tov ers Easl
Palace Playhouse at 7:30 p.m.
Coastal Toners To
Honor The Minions
The Atzmaut (Independence)
Award, one of (he highest honors
bestowed by the Israel Bond Or-
Sanitation, will bq presented to
. ^njl i>.\J>ia Minion al Coastal
Tower. Sft|-%y, .April W.
The*!" i'-- n! 'lion will take place
at a "Night in Israel" celebration
featuring entertainmenl by Fmil
Cohen. Jewish humorist and
raconl u
Coasl 11 Towers Israel Bond
chairman Hiram Goldstein said the
ns came to Florida in 1987
frcm New Jersey, where Mr, Min-
ion was lawyer engaged in the
b
i in many organizations, he
is charter member of the Sunny
1 -l Lod of B'nai B'rith. be
long* to the Century Club of B'n il
B'rith, and has n rved .is a vice
presidi nl ol the Coastal Towers
il
Mrs Minion, a painter, is mem-
ip chairman and first vice
: i si lent of the Sophie Tucker
Group ol Hadassah.
The a ghl in Israel" al Coast il
Towers be ins at ii p.m. in the
card room
Bc'h Am Names Saues
Chairman Of Dinner
William Sanes has b icn ap-
poii I hi the 197'
h Am i ael Dim
.''e place -
ht and Co
mi Vpril .
l lie men) wa
Dr H B ird
Beth

. l rael Bond < i
zation.
Mr. Sanes has been e>
vice president of Beth Am f<
pasl year and is ineomin
idenl of Ihe congregation. H u
served on the Temple Btih Am
Israel Bond Committee in pr
i nr-
lt was also announced that Ber-
nard and Evelyn Goodman have
been selected Host Committee
chairmen for this year's dinner
Honorary chairmen are .l.i\ I
K i -1 -; k and David J. Ligh<
Leonard Luria chairman ol Tru
Imb, iVilliam u.iks cjiaii i:< i .
luardans,-4id ktabrlbn In4
earner chairmen ol the Pi i .
('ommittec,
! [r. San. s said the I
State will tea .. t-i
- o j Orchi
i be a joj Ini cele -
Israel's 25th anniversan
vations are i .
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WASHINGTON, D.C, Now-
adays, in the dark hours before
dawn you sometimes wonder
whether a lot of virtuous Amer-
ica! do n.it actually WANT t
,c their country defeated. Con-
sider, to begin with, the power-
ful drive now taking shape
among the liberal Democrats In
i ess lo dismantle the na-
tional defense.
THEN consider a few other
things of mi si [nifi -ance, like
dreadful surprise thai fol-
1 twed hard on the heels of the
the Strategic Arms
Volume 46
Friday, April 5, 1973
Announcement Welcomed
The announcement that the University of Miami will
offer an interdepartmental major in Judaic studies beginning
with next fall's semester is welcome news for the Jewish
community of the Greater Micmi area. By its action, U-M
joins more than 300 colleges now offering such courses,
although not all have provided the necessary credit hours
leading to a major in the college of arts and sciences.
While it is too soon to gauge student reaction to the
program, the success on other campuses would indicate
a favorable response. It is also too soon to predict the ef-
fect on our community's search for trained teachers and
other Jewish professionals. However, if all the program
does is produce more knowledgeable and educated Jews
then it will be an important adjunct to our present educa-
tional system which is notable for its neglect of those be-
yond their teens.
The University of Miami is to be commended for this
valuable contribution to the education of our total commu-
nity, for without a knowledge of the Jewish influence on
western civilization no person is truly educated.
Warsaw Takes Its Place
Passover is of course, one of the great Jewish festi-
vals according to modem polls, the most popular of all
our holidays. In recent years, it has become the occasion
for reminding us of one of the great events in modern
Jewish history, the uprising of the Warsaw Ghetto.
On the eve of Passover, in 1943,the Nazis infiltrated
the ghetto in an effort to destroy the Jewish Organization
of Fighters, the heroic underground of the Polish city. Only
lightly armed, denied assistance from ethers, the heroes
held off the Germans until September when the last of
them fell.
Warscw takes its place in Jewish history and no cele-
rtion of Passover can be held in the future without hon-
orii g the memory of those modern martyrs to the freedom
which .3 the essence of the Passover observance.
I
Rising Costs Affect Passover
The increased food costs which affect all families will
be felt particularly hard by needy Jewish families as they
prepare for the special reguirements of the rapidly ap-
proaching Passover holiday. In Greater New York, it is
estimated that the increase in the prices of Passover food
may be as much as 25 per cent above that of a year ago,
and a special appeal has gone out from the Federation of
Jewish Philanthropies.
Synagogues in the Greater Miami area have tradi-
tionally aided those families which need assistance in ob-
serving this festival which stresses a changed diet in great
part. In recent years, they have been aided in their search
for the needy through public and private welfare agencies
and the number of Jewish families receiving welfare has
come as a surprise to many.
While we have received no special appeal from the
synagogues this year, it would be well to remember the
local people who reguire our assistance and search out
those synagogues now which have Passover funds so thai
they may help all those who axe in need.
Setting Shameful Record Straight
There is a good deal of significance in the fact thai the
Senate Foreign Relations Committee has unanimously ap-
proved the Genocide Convention. With 53 senators indicat-
ing their support, an early vote is expected on the question
and the prospects are good that the United States at last
will join the 75 United Nations member states which have
ratified the treaty outlawing genocide.
The Senate has been unable to muster enough votes
even to get the issue out of the Foreign Relations Commit-
tee for the past 20 years, a shameful record that is at last
on its way to being set straight
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by JOSEPH MM
Limitation Talks. The jurp
took the form of a Soviet ti
demurely delayed until the I
SALT round was over, of a
marine launched ballistic mi
with a range of about 4,5*
miles.
The surprise was dreadful
sevi ra! reasons. To begin
range of this new submai
.. inched missile exceeds
around 1.000 miles the maxim;
that had been considered
sible by the American sclent
analysts. The first SALT h.
menl was squarely based (
the U.S. analysts' predict
which have now turned out '
be ; ippyc'.k.
Then. !co. the Soviet test
proved that in the first ro i
| VLT talks the Soviet n
tiators had been grossly misli
ing, if ".it directly untnr
They had pleaded that then i
marine-launched ballistic mis
., much shorter range
the comparable American w
ins They had stressed the coi
plex operational factors
make an increase of range
most exactly equivalent to
increase of number, in the cas
nf strategic missiles laun. i
from submarines.
HENCE the Soviets had da
ed they had a right to a I t
more submarine-launched
siles than the United States. Th,s
claim, made in the sacred nan
of parity, was. in fact, reel
Continued on rage ll-A
COMMENT
l v. it Camp
Henders nvillc
this weekend A Southeast i
fen n< North \m rican
Jewish Students Network will
tak place th< n am' there on the
theme: "The American Jew: 25
Years After."
THE MERE fact that a sub-
stantial group of Jewish youth is
to address itself to some of the
most difficult questions of our
time is almost enough refutation
of the headline in the Miami
News last week, "Judaism as
Faith Facing Extinction."
I am not hung up on the youth
cultthey are as prone to error
as those of us in an older gen-
eration but I admit a deep
respect for an age that sees
reality from a different perspec-
tive and thus, whether the young
believe it or not, have an effect
on the Establishment which
often cannot be immediately
measured.
IT IS not an attempted put-
down to suggest that it is the
naivete of the young that causes
them to blur the differences
that exist in Jewish life the
vast gap between the secular
and the sacred, for instance
that almost seem to deny any
relationship among those of
differing opinions participating
in meetings where the religious
and secular life come into con-
flict over community planning
one suspects that "Am Yisroel,"
the people of Israel, is almost
a myth, if not an absolcte fiction.
There is, of course, a good
deal of cross-fertilization taking
place which confuses the enemy,
if not Jews. For instance, in
recent days two .rabbis who have
led a secular agency the
American Jewish Congress ap-
pear to have bit! n both hands
whii h In il th< m, Rabbi Arthur
llert/bi rg, wh i n< w hi ads the
ion, told Ins
il .. erning council
".w w'sh commun; I b< > ai e
tee) their primary
i s] onsibility of prov i
American Jews with a basic
Jewish education and a deep
sense of identification with the
Jewish people.'
SO THE council passed a res
olution calling for programs to
intensify Jewish education and
urged "the reordering of na-
tional and local Jewish priori
ties." Something the young ac-
tivists have been clamoring for
during the past five years.
On more local grounds, al-
though at the convention of the
National Council of Jewish
Women. Rabbi Joachim Print,
who served in the AJC top post
some years ago. is the one who
warned that Judaism as a faith
is facing extinction. And he
adds. "The building of meaning-
ful Jewish education on every
level remains the most impor-
tant task of American Jewry.
It now receives but scant at-
tention and is left to those who
have failed in this field for manv
generations."
AMEN, Rabbi, say the secu-
larists. They have been saving,
as readers of this column are
aware, that the education of
Jewish youth for generations has
been a "disaster," and now even
the rabbis admit it. But they
ignore the fact that these
"secular" rabbis are also point-
ing the finger at the community
beyond the synagogues, which
admittedly have been responsi-
ble for most Jewish education
for the past decades. And by
ignoring that portion of the crit-
by EDWARD COHEN
> i-i thej si ek to avoid
commit mi
r,
Malvin I ii bman stated
il man) Ix
i- the tin il important of .
ments in the ongoing i
baie over the suggestion th<
our local Fi deration might p
vite financial support for
synagogue schools: "Judaism -
practiced in communities onl>.
thus it is only through activi
identified, knowledgeable and
religiously oriented individuals
that viable Jewish communities
are developed and sustained
"PART OF the educative pro-
cess in developing such indi-
viduals should be the synagogue
schools. However, the lack of
effectiveness of these schools
is widely recognized 11
Federation acknowledges and
properly so its large share of
responsibility for improving thf
quality of Jewish education, by
what rationale can it exclude
from its concern that part of the
experience which, perhaps, more
significantly influences basic,
life-long attitudes about Judaism
and Jewish learning than any
other?"
What is called for. Rabbi
Prinz said here, "are new meth-
ods, new imagination and new
goals," Our youth has con
demned for years allocations for
institutions they feel are defi-
cient in Jewish content and it
is good to see them joined by
some of their elders. In their
naive faith that Judaism in
America, 25 years after the
founding of the State of Israel,
has a future of its own, our
young people are telling us
something we should not ignore
much longer.


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Friday. April 6. 1973
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U-M To Inaugurate Judaic
Studies Program Next Fall
Page 5-S.
Keeping pace with a national
trend, the University of Miami
will inaugurate an undergrad-
DR. HtNRY KING STAMFORD
uate interdisciplinary program
in Judaic studies effective with
the fall semester which begins
in September.
The n< w program was an-
nounced by U-M president Dr.
Henry King Stanford following
its approval by the academic af-
fairs committee and the execu-
tive committee of the board of
trustees.
The dgree program will be
offered as a parallel or double
major, which must b;> taken con-
currently with a disciplinary mi-
jor. in the College of Arts and
Sciences. It consists of '.'& cred-
its of which 18 are requirements
in Hebrew language, Jewish his-
tory and Jewish literature, In
addition to the required course-.
students must also undertake a
minimum of 12 credits in one
departmental discipline such as
history', sociology, religion or
language.
Many of the requirements in
Judaic studies may also be used
to meet the general education
requirements in the College of
Arts and Sciences as well.
A search is currently under-
way for a coordinator to admin-
ister the program which will be
offered as an inter-departmental
major with several departments
within the university offering
from one to four courses in
Beth Tov's 2nd Seder Set
Temple Beth Tov will hold its i
Second Seder Tuesday evening,
April 17. at the temple, featuring
an eight-course catered dairy din-
ner. Rabbi Charles Rubel and Can-
tor Seymour Hinkes will conduct
the services. Tom Gruberg and Mil-!
dred Weiss are accepting early!
reservations.
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Judaic studies on a regular basis.
Dr. Sidney Beyvinick, associ-
ate dean of the faculties and di-
rector of academic planning,
notes: "This program is not be-
ing offered as a discipline to
provide religious preparation
for students but as an objective
appraisal of the contributions to
our development by a significant
segment of our society. Here is
a facet of western civilization
that has been almost totally ig-
nored in terms of its cultural
contributions to our society. It
seems incomprehensible that
such an important element of
our heritage could be ignored
in studies at most universities."
The U-M is currently offering
10 courses in Hebrew and Judaic
studies. They are Elementary
Hebrew. Intermediate Hebrew,
Survey of Jewish Literature,
History of the Jews in Modern
Europe; Modern Near East His-
tory, Music of the Hebrew Cul-
ture, Politics of the Middle East,
the Hebrew Prophets, the Sociol-
ogy of Jewish Americans, and a
sociology seminar.
Further information about the
Judaic studies program at the
University of Miami may be ob-
tained from the dean of the Col-
lege of Arts and Sciences.
Mrs. Max Raskin received the Temple Ner Tamid Woman
of the Year Award and Hyman Posner (right) the Man of the
Year Award last week at a banquet attended by some 300
persons. They are shown with Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. who
lauded them for their "outstanding service to the temple "
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Summer Registration j[eljrew Academy \\ ill Honor
Opens At Hebrew U.jp derg A| Sm(]&y Program
New brochures and other infor-
wal.on pertaining to summer over-
u and regular programs for
. merican al the H
sitj oi .1 i usali m have been
islributed by the Central Agency
.] Jewish Education.
;>: i Berger, executive direct >r
the agency ol the Greater Miami
t.ttijjji Fi said material
n circulated among univer-
ty ai Jewish or-
inizations,8 ynagogues and tem
i nm! is available al the Federa-
, [flees ami those of the Amer-
ran Friends of the Hebrew Uni-
versity
. Harold Murray, regional di
rector of tthe American Friend
. i on* 70 1
rev inivers
ear. Among So th Fl ridian
in the were
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on ..i Mr. and Mrs Leonard I
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Mr. and
m; Leah < irmi. d; 'i-i : i
I Mrs Ralph C
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and Mrs. Bernard J Hai
.,.1 leaders o( the Gi
Miami chapter of the Am
re attending a meeting
Lhis week in Jerusalem of tthe He-
re* University's international
, of governors, ace irding to
Harr: \ (Hap)'Levy, presidenl of
the chapter.
Dedication of the Chair in En-
nronmental Sciences and Ecologj
contributed bv Mr. and Mrs. Leon
.1 Ell of Miami Beach will be
blights of me Jerusalem
ons.
Summer courses include a sea
don from July 8 to 31 and a sec
I. Deadline
for a; plicati ins for the respective
cessions are May 15 and June 15.
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Friday, April 6, 1973
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Abe Feinbloom Chairman
Of May 10 Dinner
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munal and Jewish activities.
4f>*s i
Bf ff/VBlOO/M
Feinbloom, industrialist, as chair-
man of the testimonial banquet to
be held at the Doral Beach Hotel.
May 10.
Mr. Feinbloom. who is co-
chairman with George Valentine
of the fund raising committee, is
chairman of the board of Cham
:lion Products, Inc., manufacturers
of athletic knitwear and sports-
wear. He founded the Rochester,
N. V., firm 3-J years ago.
He is a member of the board of
n< tors of 'entral Trust Co. of
Rod t?r, a member of Rotary,
Tennis Tournev
Includes Pro-Ani
'Hound Robin'
Ten Greater .Miami business |
p.vecutives have already signed to
lj in the charity Pro Am round
robin to be conducted in conjunc-
lion with the April 9-15 $20,000
Miami Beach-Carner Bank Tennis
ipeii at Flamingo Park.
The Open is co-sponsored by the
Miami Beach Tourist Development
Authority. City of -Miami Beach
and Carncr Bank and will feature
Chris Evert. Evonne Goolagong
Virginia Wade and Olga Moroznva.
Businessmen who have already
paid their $500 entry fee for the
privilege of playing with and
against the world's top women
tennis stars include Vice Mayor
Robert Gbodman, Fred Krutel, ii
Arcadia Rywlin, Jack Hartley,
Morton Click. Lawrence Porter.
Leonard'Miller. Di. Stanley Wor-
ton. Abel HolU and Nate Esfor-
mes. Pro-Am matches will be one-
tetters, with each team playing
each other at least once during the-
week.
Interested players may enter by
sending their $500 check to the
Carner Bank made out to the
Juvenile Diabetes Foundation.
Thirty-two of the world's best
will play in the tournament with
an exhibition either Saturday or
Sunday between top men pros
Jlie Nastase and Jimmy Conner-;.
Tournament tickets are now on
sale at the Carner Bank.
Mr. Feinbloom is listed in Who's
Who of America, and Who's Who
in Jewish life. He and his wife.
Helen, now live in Bay Harbor
Islands, having been winter resi-
dents for the past 30 years.
Plans for the banquet will be
discussed at the April 12 meeting
of the Florida Committee. Sports
tor Israel, at the Moniniartre
Hotel.
Barry College Site For
Institute On Marriage
The National Association of
Social Workers and the Barry 1
College School of Social Wor,: will '
present "A Professional Institute
on .Marriage'' with guest speaker*
anthropologists \en.i and George
O'Neill, authors of the best-selling
book Open Marriage. Thursday,
April 12 from 1 to 5 p.m. at Barry j
College Auditorium. 11300 N'E 2nd I
Ave.. Miami Shores.
Will Maslow To Address
Luncheon Meeting Monday
Will Maslow, former national
executive director. American Jew-
'I' Congress, and one of this na-
tlon renowned experts on the
U.S. Supreme Court, will address
i luncheon meeting open to all
ittorneys which will take place
Monday noon at 4200 Biscayrte
llvd., Bernard Mandler. chairman.
Commission Law and Social Action,
Florida division AJCongress, an-
nounces. Mr. Maslow will speak
>n "Affirmative Action: Quotas
and Goals."
For further information and res-
ervations for this luncheon, con-
tact Yosef Yanich, executive direc-
nv>r m, i .,.,, congress.
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vJewistiflcrXlkHn
Friday. April 6, 1973
I
announces a traditional
PASSOVER SEDER
conducted by CANTOR STANLEY RICH
MONDA\ APRIL 16th at 6 P.M. |
<]A including tax and tip Mr. Newman
Members of Brcmdeis B'nai B'rith Lodge 2705
at Point East Condominium recently made
a contribution to the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's 1973 CJA-IEF campaign in
honor of the 11 Israeli athletes slain at the
Munich Olympics. Shown above (seated)
Terry Feldman Heft) Federation campaian
associate, and Murray Tepper, 1973 CJA-
IEF Point East chairman; standing (from left)
are Max Seiler, vice president of B'nai B'rith;
Joe Sussman, president of B'nai B'rith and
Al Aronson, 1973 CJA-IEF Point East cochair-
man.
SECOND SEDER
TUES APRIL 17 -7 P.M
$25
..rid
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MON. APRIL 16-7 PM.
$30 ;:;;::'.
Children under fl S12 lor each Seder
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+Jewistifk>ridHan
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Israel Bonds Official
Leo Bernstein Dies
NEW YORK (JTA) Funcra!
i .,<.- wire held for Leo Bern
61 executive vice president
hit f executive officer of th >
t ide Israel Bond Organiza
on, who died of a heart attack
irning at liis New York
' -!. ti in was named in Au
.t the i ations ol
Bond drive in the United
and i ther nan.- of the fre
after having served for
than 30 years as a lea linj
cecutive in m.ijor national pro-
. ns for Israel in this country.
( was associated for many years
ith the national leadership of the
ited .Jewish Aopeal.
Mr. Bernstein was one of the
American Jewish leaders who met
.th Prime Minister David Ben
.:..m and other Israel govern-
i guxes in Jerusalem in 1950
- :he historic conference which
esulted in the launching of the
First Israel Bond issue in the
u d states He visited Israel
any times since then to discuss
Ihe progress of Israel's develop-
ment program with government of-
als.
to the end of January 1973. Mr
JWV Auxiliary
Installs Slate
Recently elected 19737- officers
i the Norman Bru v Brown
Auxiliary 174 who will be installed
ursday, April 12. at ;i nm, at
:ne meeting hall. 4601 W. Flaglcr.
tide:
Esther Jacob-, president; Ethel
- ''rling and Kose Kramer, vice
presidents; Margaret Adler, trea-
. rer; Pauline Smith, chaplain;
I -:< Kolinskj conductress; Bea.
ii Landis, historian; Gertrude
Raderman, guard: Scema l.efko-
- 12, Sophia Rosenberg and Eva
i. ,ih trustees,
Department president Lillian
Schoen will conduct the installing
ceremony and Mrs Mac Schreibei
-.11 be mistress of ceremony. Beth
pman will lea.' in the sin ling
( Star Span) led B inner
Btein, together with Sam Roth
neral chairman and lr..
aUi'.derT, president of the Israel
Bond izal and a si
i : I S and Cana I an Jewish
ifei
: t>. Gold! Weir and 1 : in
-e.- : pir in J<
rei

n't
pted ...
8360 for 1973 for
Bond campaign, which has s
total of S2.2 billion in bond-
its inception in 1951.
Prior to being named to the post
of executive vice president, Mr,
Bernstein served for 20 year- .
national director of field open
of the Israel Bond Organization
Hi was the initiator of the
cent of large-scale bond sales to
banks, trade unions, pension fund-.
and insurance companies, which
in the last few years pure
more than S250 million in bonds.
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*Jeniti Ihrkttan
Friday. April 6 1973
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tXm KM, SpcM n <7k* *PJf*
1
Both Extremes Combined
By RABBI RALPH P. KINOSLEY is the parental role, but ala.s. it is
Temple Sinai of North Dade \ the role for which, so often, we
.i ___i ____* :n
==
IKelicjjioMS Services
*t3
The most remarkable thing about
Torah is that it addresses itself to
every aspect of life, from matters
which are mundane, such as that
which renders a
person rituallv
unclean, to mat-
ters which arc
re vo lutionary,
.ire tea ,t trained and moal ill
equipped. |
When we circumcize our sons
and name our daughters III the
synagogue, xve are responding in
B ritualistic way to an event the
grandeur of which we do not fully
comprehend But the recognition
of our own inadequacy should serve^
only as a glanl first step in prep
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
i. i. IRT3 Jewish Telegraph li A**< in I I
Why do some people insist on
having long Challoth (breads)
for the Sabbath meal?
The Sabbath requires two Chal-
loth. If the two Challoth are long
I hey resemble the letter "Vav"
twice. Since each Hebrew letter
has a numerical equivalent and
the letter "Vav" has a numerical
equivalent of six. two long Chal-
uiuj no a feiunt u*m f.*-r f ~r pnuival
such as the ^ration for the enormous challenge ;; '' '
s. r u g g 1 e for tha, confronts lls par,,., l;lhT",,,,,1,l VSZnStoR Z Su
freedom and for Let none take that challenge- 1 he two long Challoth a.e t
justice. lightly nor underestimate the mag-
The weekly nitude of the responsibility. When
portion which is (;0r1 shared creation with man. He '"!>' u>au' J
called "Tasriah" placed a part of Himself in US. ,hls "\itib.ilism i
i unklnM i,Ath i......, ........mm ., ,-<.,.-!,, ."g the home a t
Rabbi Kimgslty
what, on the one
c;
i imbines both
extremes. It ad-
dresses itself to
liand. is the most
commonplace and the most every-
day of event.-, and to that which, on
the other hand, is the most awe
inspiring and wondrous of happen-
ings the birth of a child.
The text in its plain meaning
imply tells us that a woman who
delivers a child is rendered rituallv
unclean for one >r two weeks, de-
pending on whether her offspring
is a boy or a girl, offering guidance
es to how she may become pure
again.
But on quite r not her level, the
very mention of childbirth and of
the need for some "religious re-
sponse" to it should remind us that
nothing in life is t.> be taken for
granted least of all that most
profound and beautiful of moments
when a new life comes into the
world How mysterious. How sim
When we rear a child, an extension
of ourselves, we arc in effect shap-
ing the image Of the Divine. What
more sacred obligation is there''
pie An
life
representative of the 12 loaves of
ihow bread that were put on the
holy table in the temple of old.
s a way of mak-
ing the home a temple during the
lours of th Sabbath meal. There
ire Mime people who actually have
12 loaves on the Sabbath in order
in accomplish this representation.
For those to whom 12 loaves would
be rather extravagant, two long
loaves, having the equivalent of
the sum of 12. are a fitting substi-
tute.
Why is the inside of the Sab-
bath Challoth necessarily white
instead of colored flour (e.g.,
dark or yellow?)
In olden days, it was required
thnt whatever was eaten on the
Sabbath be the most luxurious of
foods. As white flour was more re-
fined and therefore more luxurious
than other types of flour, it was
thought fitting to use it for the
preparation of the Sabbath Chal-
loth.
mi ami
la H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
ANSHE EVES 2533 SW 19th Ave
American Traditional Judaism. Rab-
bi J. Marshall Taxay. Cantor Sol
Pakowitz. z
--------
BETH AM (Temple). S950 N. Kendall
Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Her-
bert Baumoard 3
BFTH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Irvinfl A. Wein-
gart. Cantor William W. Lioson. 4
Friday (South Dade Auditorium) 8:80
p.m. formal dedication aervlcei of
South Dade Auditorium, Saturday B
a.m. (main sanctuary, Coral Way)'
Bar Mitsvah: Robert David, son of
Mr and Mr* Uarrj llaraon
BETH
dox.
EL. 500 SW 17th Ave
Rabbi H. Rothman.
Ortho-
BETH KODESH, 1101 SW 12th Ave
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Sha-
piro. Canlor Leon Segai. 6
----
BETH TOV iiemplei. 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Charles
Rubil. Cantor Seymour Hir.kes. 8
i'i lilnj i". |i in Rabbi Unix I \s ill
Imvi' ;i> hi* wrmnn topic, "The Hla-
'ii .mil Development of Jewlah Mu-
hIi in commemoration of Jewlah .\lu-
-i. Mouth, followed by Oneg Shabbal
M'" i, by ili temple,
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER Mi
ami. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi
Joseph R. Narot. 10
Kritbi) H p.m., Itiibbl Hubert .1 ink.mil
vvill dlpfux*, "drawing ue Jewlth in
Ami rlca. '
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Paul J.
Bender. Cantor Nathan Parnass. It
- --
OR OLOM i i e-noie- 8755 SW 16tn
St. Conservative. Rabbi Elliot
Winograd. Cantor Yehouda Binya-
min. 13
TIFERETH ISHAEL.
Ave. Conservative.
Klein.
6500 N Miami
Rabbi Maurice
14
the process? Yet how mirac-
i lous tho period of gestation and
.'ion. which leads to emerg-
ence. How awesome the task of
rearing and molding the newborn
baby. The most demanding of roles
r^acbinical Some scholars say thai the white i
of the Challoth represents forgive-
ness. Adam sinned on Friday (the
day before the first Sabbath), and.
In some ways, our Sabbath observ-
ance represents an act of forgive-
ness for the original sin of our an-
cestor. This interpretation seems
ship cf Beth Israel Conareqa- !" b "' ac">rdancc-with one of
y y the opinions in the Talmud which
ncv-_________________________Claims thai the forbidden fruit
.dam consumed in paradise was
wheat. Thus, whiteness of the
es a sperm, a womb, a Emil Cohen will be honored at
the Israel Passover Festival eel-:
Wlut. after all, lies it take to ebrating the 25th anniversary'
cf the State of Israel Thursday.
April 19. in the Miami Beach
Auditorium under the pponsor-
eviston
v,
rogrant a
April 8 Hi. 10. 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
Host: Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel
April 8 Ch. 4. 8:30 a.m. The First Estate
( Repeated on Ch. 2. 6:30 p.m.)
Host: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Topic: "Black Colleges in America"
Guests: Rev. Roy Bunco and Rev. Harold Long
April 8 Ch. 7. 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
Host: Rabbi Leon Kronish
Topic: "Greater Miami Jewish Federation"

: ....

SYNOPSIS Of THt WUKLY T0R4H POKTrOfi
Tazreyah !
ohiMAnU ,h.C L,rd SPke unt0 Mose8' sa-vin*: Speak unto the
eh J KS Sayi"8, a WOman conceive and man.
child ." (Chapters XII-X1II)
a miShR1FICATlN AFTE* A"" childbirth
a mother was not to enter the sanctuary for 40 davs if she had
heT IS anh fHr 8 ^^ lf a daUghtCr At thp torminaJL of
hese penods she brought burnt and sin offering to the sanc-
tuary, and could then resume her normal life
Lr PROSV Nobody .suffering from leprosy was allowed to
enter the sanctuary When, therefore a person's skin showed
Worn, resembling the early s,afic, of the disease he a
brough. before the pried for examination. Should the p,i *
after senrttafaing the spots or scabs, be unable to give an ES
" decision the sufferer was isolated for seven days andTen
reexamtaed If the marks had not developed, a further eon ne
menl of seven days was required. Then, provided they had still
not spmd into the skin, the pries, pronounced the person con-
ceded clean. If the contrary was the case, the pries, was
certain that this was ,eeed leprosy and he pronounced him as
II*UK dfl.
A number of other su.pceteri cases are listed together with
tSSlZ en,:p,;ies'on!rtomakea^^-^2 '
leper uas sent to j,ve outside the camp. A garment could also
S-rVsim-r'' S t"JS ^^ P^P th^gh cont^t with a
^yc,::u: :;tzanceruun tests and the garment bl'n,
-' -.-*4-*,...; ..... ...... ,...... % ^ ^ ^^ ^
wheat for the Sabbath bread rep-
resents the refinement of the origi-
nal character of man.
Why do some people immerse
in a MiK\eh (ritual bath) every
Friday afternoon before the Sab-
bath?
The Sabbath is not only a day
of physical rest, but of spiritual
refinement as well. The mystics
(Zohar. Exodus 204: Rabbi Isaac
l.uria. etc) are regarded as the
originators of this custom. They
claimed that men acquire an "ad-
ditional" soul on the Sabbath,
which doubles his spiritual capac-
ity and allows him to transcend
himself. Immersion in the Mikveh
is a means to attaining this special
spiritual quality required for the
Sabbath. In other words, a higher
spiritual attainment is available
to man but he must exert some
effort on his own in order to at-
tain it.
Mother-Daughter
Luncheon At
Temple Israel
Annual mother-daughter lunch-
eon for the Sisterhood of Temple
Israel of Greater Miami will be
Wednesday. April 18, at noon at
the temple. A little-girl fashion
show by Dorissa of Miami will be
the feature of the program.
Mrs. Clifford Newmark is chair-
man of arrangements for the day:
Mrs. Howard .Novell is Sisterhood
president.
A brief business meeting to
; elect the new Sisterhood officers
I will precede the program.
Reservations for the luncheon
may be made by caning the temple
office.
2I0N (Temple). 8000 Miller Rd Con-
ervative. Rabbi Norman Shapiro.
Cantor Errol Helfman. 16
' cl v in fnmllj intlii s.-iv i,,
Saturday a.m. B'nal Mitsvah: Jo-
Kj-ph, boh i>l Mi and Mm Stanle;
Kramer: David son n( Mr and Mr*
Murras Triiuinian
HIAUAH
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
4th Ave. Contervative. Rabbi Na-
than Zolondek. 15
Friday 8:15 n.m nervlcen Saturda) !>
,1111 -irsi.,.. Sunday, Hitsn n in
KtudentH ..| r.-iiui, u- Kchool nnd Sun-
'> s'' '.....I N L-otitlurl :< Moid 1 S ill r
HOKfH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION 2225
NE 121at St. Conservative. R.ibbi
Joseph Gorfinkel. Cantor Ben Zion
Kirschenbaum. 35
CENTER. 1720 79th Street Caoe-
way, North Bay Vniaoe. Conserva-
tive Raboi Emmet Al'en Frank. Can-
tor Murray Yavneh. 32-A
ACUDAS ACHIM NUSACH SE'ARD
CONGREGATION. 707 5th St., Mi-
ami Beach. Orthodox. Rabbi Mor-
decai Chaimovita.
NORTH Ml Ami BIACH
-------a-------
ADATH YESHURUN (Temple). 102S
NE Miami Gardenr Dr. Ccnjerva-
tive. Rabbi Milton Schllnsky. Can.
tor Reuvan Eckhaus. S3
BETH TORAH. 1051 N. Miami Beach
Blvd. Crnservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schiti. Cantor Jaccb B Mendelson 34
B'NAI RAPHAEL. I4M NW 1i3rd St.
Conservative. flahbi Victor D.
Zwelling. Cantor Jack Lerner. 36
SINAI (Temple), e? NORTH OADE
18801 NE 22nd Ave Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kircjsiey. Cantor Irvmo
Sholkes. 37
Krlilaj v 1.-. ,, [j | ,,, k ..-1, \ s
< mini topic \. ill i>. 1 in 11 lllrth
"i Boy* .in,1 fj|r|n." 1 iui "it iii. r\. 1
.niiui-.n ivho 1, 1 |r birth-
day* in A| 1 il ill I nllr-d 1 ivard
'' 1 -i.-11 blrthtbt) bli-KNliit: -iiiiiir-
day i":i", .1 in Itur Ml cval Hark,
~i"i of Mr and Mi P in 81 an
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah B.
Caplan. -
! YOUNG ISRAEl OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 900 NE 171st St- Orthodox.
Rabbi Zalman Kosscwsty. 39
----
CORAL GABlli
j JUDEA (Teniple. 550T Granadj Blvd.
Reform. Rabbi Mcrns Kipper. 40
Krlda) p.m., famll) ,Tor>hlr Hrv.
i'' Saturday 11 :i:. llm .. ivah'
! ttn y. il of Mi : .Mi obi 1
prii.
ZAMORA (Temple). Zamor.i Ave.
Conservative. Rabl-i Maxwell A.
Berger. Cantor P H ||a| Brummer!
41
SURfSIM
MOGAN D4VID CC> GREGA^ ION,
9348 Harding Ave. Crihodox. Ratbi
Isaac c. Vine. !0
FORT LAUDtRDALt
BETH I3RAEL ,,--nle). 7100 VV
Oakland Park Blvd Rabbi Akiva.
ariiii.int. Cantor Maurlea Neu. 42
EMANU-EL. 3245 V^ Oaklanl Park
Blvd. (Reform). Rabbi Arthur J
Abrams. Cantor Jerome Klement 4S
'"day R:IS n.m., rr> w i:;
du 1-.1 i.j i:.,i,i a ., ,.
m.11 ioi,. lll ... '.,.,,,
and Ratui 11 1 nar
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FOMPANO BtACH
MNW9"s,.JEW"''""CENTR
6101
MIAMI BIACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Sheldon M. Ever.
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro. 18
BT.H _JAC0B 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmary.ihu -p. Svur.
ky. Cantor Maurice Mamches 19
: BETH RAPHAEL (Temple). 1545 Jef. I
ferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi !
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20 I
I BETH SHOLoivTfTem^le). 4144 Chase
I r;. 5.ep"'i ?abb-i Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser. 21
BfIM TF'LAH- 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
ky. ^
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA
TION. 843 Meridian Ave 21 a
C^S?NwE!REW CONGREGATION.
si^k w,',h,rLBton Ave Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rdencwaig. |3
CUoBD'ViSE''HA*,t>,c HEBREW CON-
Rabbi Me.r Masl.ah Melamed. 23.
ETonNAJv".ELrn(T'mp") 1701 Washing.
Lehrm.; Sn"rvati R-bbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. 24
"0?"^*-"^^ "ine Tree
Dr^Orthodox. Rabb, Alexander S
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lie Synagogue9
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By Rabbi Giouer
B-ST'rw 0rfanlMtto. Miami
"each Chapter, is mroling Thurs.
Jay. AP.il 26. a, S p m at ,hc
Waahmrton Federal. 1234 w-lsh-
ington Ave.
On,,1 aneaker uin be Rabbi
Avrahani Groner. spiritual Sader
"f fonerogation Ft/ chain, tZ
"" Community."
R.'frcshments arc under the
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Executives To Serve On
Bank's Beard Of Directors

c exet < c-"h.r." been elec-
if directors ol the
i ih hi VYestland,
nk Sn athers Jr .
, b .'Hi rhej are
lo B< not Stephen Hud
David 5. Kenin.
1 and Hud ion ai e senior
, ( vith United Banc-
inr Ki nin, an
irtner in the firm
Porl 'i, Lei in-
Ki ni
- it in Peter i
man also announced several
nis including
AI ii i idenl and
; ier, vice presi-
I loans, and Mrs.
pi i i I nl and
\ oi Iker, n ho has
United Na o
. ol '>' after si veral
Ihi Firs! National Bank
been appointed
-.nit vice president.
i i tors hai e bi en
d to t bo ird of tl c Coral
- First National Bank, ac
to Mr Smathers Thej are
Vtkins m inaging directoi.
Pai \ ican World Air
I" i Benel. senior iice
- lent, Inti rii.iijnn.il Dn ision,
mi I of Florida, Inc .
D B nsabat, president,
Gal F rsl National Bank:
. is D umpkin, president,
Oil 4 :, my, Latin America.
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Inc.
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by Mr B -n ah
11 to
enior lice president Will in
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dent, Lai iffairn
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Coral Gables E ir i Nat
Oth ai p'menl .1 ihr
ini-t offii er, and John s Joi
en assist
sales l vi ion, installment loan do
a lintnt.
Robert kerbel Giieal
Vi Chili Breakfast!
; I, y" wll| be Ih '
lu lr ib rl N. Kerbel >'
the Jewish Welfa Fed' ition
i ood bef ire the II llandal
i nter Men's Club Sunday
I i a
Mr, Ki rbel is a member of the
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of jc-v ish Ci mmunity Organized ,
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niw I. I nd r salt i. the o
to build ii,' l i
15
missiles. hi n a the
1 tes is ii I to a level
I 800 such missiles
however, the S
have launched mis-
ile [mil Ii longer range I
'- arsenal, either
in es p sped, Its
irai las been qi
but .K':! h" ci ii alwaj -
: With mis il :
, i
! vi bm irines can lurk in the
B 15 Sea or the Si a >l Oh
-'. : mil the reach o[ I'.s
And I hi
the; m I;'' : leir missil s to
i i vital Amer-
tar '
IN si M, this single Soviet ,
ii ii! I ti I b( tokens a coming
e iii the strategic l>;il i
ii jhl t'i give Hi- creeps to
any liberal Democrat who gives
;i pin about his country's future.
In-1 ad one of the prime aims
>f th" liberal Democratic alt ick,
now i ine, ui Ban! "' ate, i- the destruction of the
'. S Trident program. This i* a
program, ol course, intende I t<>
give this country greater and
less vulnerable seaborne nuclear
striking p iwer,
One of the mi in objections to
Trident naturally, is that the
new missiles will be MIRVed
in other words, will have multi-
ple warheads capable of being
independently targeted. The doc-
trine of the virtuous is that if
the United States goes on
MIRVing its missiles, the So
viets will then be driven to
Ml'KV I heir missiles, 'this, onii
again, is purest goose-talk.
SOVIET nuclear missiles an-
no! MIRVed today, simply be
cause E >vlet missile dt'/cfop-
menl took a wrong turning a
good many years ago. To MIIiY
a missile successfully, you have
to put a complex miniaturized
computer on board the missile.
For detailed guidance, the So-
viets instead relied for a long
time on computer systems at the
launch point rather than using
on board computers.
Throughout much of the first
round of SALT talks, however,
it was already perfectly clear
that the Soviets were working,
all out. to correct this past error I
and thus to MIRV. Another
recent Soviet missile test has
shown, furthermore, that the So- |
viets have already achieved con-
siderable success in this inten-
sive effort.
THE NEW missile tested is i
called the SS-17. It has an on-
board computer and a range of i
6.000 miles. It can even be re- .
garded as a new "counterforcc j
weapon.'' But the main point is |
that the new missile is a long
step in the direction of much j
more widespread Soviet MIRV-
ing. which the goose-talkers say
we must not "stimulate." In
such matters, the Soviets need
no stimulation.
The goose talkers still quack
about "parity." In reality, an-
other question, already faces us.
How Will the Soviets behave if
and when they are allowed to
..(quire a heavj predominance
df nuclear striking power'.' Any
sensible man ought to Ik- able ,
to figure out the answer to that
question And the question indi- ;
cite., where the Soviets arc
heading
Rhode Island Club Meeting
The Rhode Island Club of Greal
er Miami, will hold its regular
monthly membership meeting Sun-
day at 7 p.m. in the auditorium
l of the Washington Federal. 1234
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
President Abe Fingerman will con-
duct a short business meeting to
be followed by "Koffee Klatcfa.
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ISRAEL
EXCITING SUMMER TOUR
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I. Ely Goldstein and his wife, Mary, hold the State of Israel
Atzmaut (Independence) Award, one of the highest honors
that can be given by the Israel Bond Organization, follow-
ing a presentation at The Corinthian last week. With the
3oldsteins, who were honored for their lifetime of service
o Jewish organizations, including Israel Bonds, UJA, and
'ewish Federation, are Alex Hanson, (left! Corinthian Israel
3ond chairman, and Harry Harrison., (right) cochaiiman.
3r. Pablo Tachmes, (right] president of the Cuban Hebrew
Congregation, presents check to Rabbi Abraham Korf, fcr
II packaaes to be sen! to Jewish families in Russia. Loc':
ng on is Rabbi Dov Rozencwaig, (left) .=p:;i:ua; lead..
he congregation.
Tormenting Rectal Itch
Of Hemorrhcidal Tissues
Promptly Relieved
In many cases Preparation H
gives prompt, temporary relief
from such pain and itching
nd actually helps shrink
welling of hemorrhoidal tis-
sues caused by inflammation.
Tests by doctors on hun-
dreds of patients slrawed this
to be true in many cases. In
fact, many doctors, them-
selves, use Preparation H* or
recommend it for their fam-
ilies. Preparation H ointment
or suppositories.
ffJWT TW2lWn HI mo*
EMERGENCY APPEAL
FOR MO'OTH CHITIM
Dear Friends:
We appeal to yon, to render your help to the nohie
stitotion "BESHARAICH YERUSHALAIM" In Jerusalem
1 Israel.
The widespread activities are already known everywhere, in
the rehabilitation of.
POOR FAMILIES SICK FUNDS SUPPORT FOR HACHNAS-
ATH KALA PARTICIPATION IN THE MAINTENANCE OF
EVENING CLASSES FOR YOUTH STIPENDS FOR GIFTED
YOUTH MEDICAL AND HOSPITAL AID DISTRIBUTING
MATZOTH AND ALL PESACH NECESSARIES FREE LOAN
FUND. ETC.
Please dear friends, this is the time before PESSACH to do
(or the miserable poor.
SEND YOUR MOATH CHITIM DONATION IMMEDIATELY
DO NOT WAIT TO THE LAST MINUTE.
That the poor may be able to celebrate Pessach with joy.
Wishing you a happy and kosher pesach.
Sincerely yours
Rabbi Jacob Vimip,
Chi1 Rabbi ol >h, Saphardic
Jewnh Community )n Jeruialem
Rabbi Ovidn Ltvi
Kiryat Ekron
Rabbi Shlomo Hacohan
Kafamon Jeruialem
Rabbi Elyahu AbucMira
Naiarerh-Ahth
Rabbi Veshua Allia
Jerusalem
Rabbi Abraham Chalula
Tal Aviv
Rabbi Mash. Maimvn
Kiryaf Ala
Rabbi Israel Crotiman
Jerusalem
Rabbi Vaseph Beuskiiah
Beth-She mesh
Rabbi Saliman Chu9i Abudi
Presiding Rabbinical
Judge m Jerusalem
rtabbi Yahuda Mayer Geei
Jerusalem
Rabbi Salamen Yalui
Ashdod
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Jaruialam
Chiel Rabinala
e'er Shevah and Vicinity.
Send your contributions to.
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The distinguished author Elie
Wiesel will be the recipient of,
the 1973 Distinguished Service
Award of the National Federa-
tion of Jewish Men's Clubs at
its 44th annual convention at
the Diplomat Hotel, Hollywood,
May 6 through May 10.
Passover Workshop
Beth David Congregation will
sponsor a Parent Passover work
shop Wednesday at 8 p.m. at the
South Dade Campus, 7500 S\V
120th St. Rabbi Dan Landsman will
review the Haggadah and Passover
recipes will be presented
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:hat sold out. every single one ...in the first two
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:ast year! They probably will again, so don t let
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about them is big as life, and a better way of living.
Big for living in. Fontainebleau s one bed
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A 25 foot living room spreads out onto a 12 foot
terrace, or balcony. There's a gracious dining area.
A pleasant hallway to separate living and bedroom
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An ed in kitchen, with every electrical convenience
.ou could want Plus your own private washer-
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Two ways to look at it. You've a great cho.ee
Of two different views- two ways of life from two
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The Fernwoods overlooks sparkling Lake
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Both communities have all these ways to
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An 18 hole championship golf course acclaimed
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Their own heated swimming pools for year round
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Pago 14-A
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Friday, April 6, 1973
is We Were Saying:
By ROBERT SEGAI
Up In New York's Lincoln Center
-**''
EVERY FEW YEARS, a production of Shake
spetre's, 'The Merchant of hoys up,
causing rippl- sr'it Irfbl waves|*eT I
c use let's face il >hyli k .- nol an ad rabk
figiunau.j ...
icallj
ana
i conte I -
: a ill. thi;
: j i on. In i ii cur
ii
, l Venice at the
Lincoln Cenl
.III (i,:.'II
foi this wor
tnote oi tv d.
We .ii-.
lar wh that Shah
, I i : y as piece of Jew baiting.
I I II I

is thai il reflects the medieval attitude that
the 'stage villain' and the typical usurer,
' i ( mci i that is not altogether antiquated even c.:
Though there were no openly observant Jews
She peaffi an. England, the term 'Jew,' was ..
unym then for scoundrel ami money-lender."
' ain, v would hop it l ho go to gee
ock in the heart <>i Keu ,> crk would give a
t to thi lone by si
to have suffered abundantly from this
king can i iples ol
low to mil ons bj the sloppy i
oinsti hows H is now
first Mm idevill effoi I h I
ISl / I ("111 M
. I r Bul v. ir h is driven
- ::.. it black: off
. -i
years Xerox C irporation
00 repr ;;'- i rid 1895 El
on <>! "Mother Goos > N'ursei !' tymes and
Tales." Criticized for swelling the >f
ant black and am: Jewish stereotypes in an .t
high speed presses and instantaneous i
O) 'I a halt to the project Mid
tM>..*i W.wbnAbtUt (kreaine Elm. ffalln
lling "So Solly ou
i i!' Or entals in pigtails and cool
d the late Pearl Buck was .
i ed this coy and unfortunate in
if any bod) has a juslil I
ig. it'.- tiio American Ind i -
In d< I ol I h Merchant of V ias
h en a I SI aki in 'arc dealt i
bat went on to stan at
plaj bs heartless and arregafl4 Mk
i ru I, an a i thinj bul ( hi si like
ed pietui
stays with us. She
portra; al on j lender and hi
r to weave pre. udi I
strands for m i at ons,
DATELINE ISRAEL
By CARL AIPER7
Hook Revit'M Seymour B I fobnian
'The Cousinhood'
pit: OBSERVAX1 JEW uses the Hebrev
foi rin i i peoj le, things or
h
i
aving I
s the
.
acred and the
The
. od
lavd Id be
m B m a non-Jew, who attempted
to capitalize on the interest in .lews or thine of
Jev had achieved fame or social
position in America Bermant deals with English
Ashkenazim but some of their family lies extend) I
to Sephardim. The opening sentences of his book
strike the notes which prevail throughout his opus,
They are note- with a light touch, anecdotal and in-
formative and are written with empathy, "In the
beginning there was Levi Barent Cohen, merchant
of Amsterdam who settled in London in 1770. And
Cohen prospered and multiplied and had six sons
and six daughters."
The sons married relatives of the Goldsmids.
the Samuels, the Montefiores and their ilk while
the daughters took spouses from the Rothschilds,
Moses Montefiore himself and the Samuels. This be-
came the "Cousinhood." It was a compact union of
exclusive brethren with blood and money flowing in
a small circle which admitted, from time to time, a
Montagu, a Franklin, a Sassoon or other with rank
and fotune. Tin Cousinhood was composed mainly
of Ashkenazim or German origin.
The members of this almost in-bred society
exercised enormous influence among English Jewry
as well as among Other Jews in places where they
were oppressed. They played their roles as Jews and
as Englishmen until their influence began to wane
with the rise of Zionism. It was Edward Montagu
who rose to Secretary for India and who opposed
Balfour and Lloyd George and who wrote (1916),
"I view with horror the aspiration of national unity."
He told Lloyd George "You want to force me back
into the ghetto." Another member of the Cousin-
hood was Sir Herbert Samuel, the first British High
Commissioner for Palestine in 1921.
Members of these families were and are noted
in the ranks of the British nobility and leaders in
the ranks of British Reform (called Liberal) Juda-
ism. Dr. Hugh Montefiore, of the Claude Montefiore
line, and a son of a past president of the Spanish
and Portguese Synagogue, in the American Bishop
of Kensington. A cousin. Rosalind, married a non-
Jew in an ecumenical wedding. There were readings
of the two testaments (Ihavdil), the recital of the
Lord's Prayer, and the "Shema."
The Cousinhood assimilated in a unique man-
ner. They sought to be only like the English. How-
ever. s,nce the English gentleman no longer feels
obligated to believe in religion, "vie es kristelt sieh
so es yidell sidl." as the "Christians go. so do the
Jews only a little further and faster." Bermant
writes well ;,nd the book is delightful.
.
MHHHH
l (.usual Success Story

C^HE is PERHAPS the prolific news .oman
in h j 1 hi lcrual Pi si has | i il hi I more
2 iii of her artii le n aders follow her
nan i with avid in-
;' y few kn
1
ual kind, bin
I s? she
1 Ided
i Li is blii
vowed never to
ier,
birth in .-
York bul far back as sh n ren mbci alv ij In-
ing a nor;;. I it She never wenl to a sel 10I
d When her classmates wenl oul for hikes
insisted on going along. She ;ot her uni-
t; degree at Columbia in journalism and business
n tration, wenl off to Washington and got a job
.' nil the U.S. government.
To spend the rest of her life at a government desk?
Not for Leah. She had become interested in Israel, and
sought information on life there. The Jewish Agency and
all who deal with immigration did even-thing to discour-
age her What would a blind girl, alone, be able to do in
Israel?
She applied herself to the study of Hebrew, and in
January, 1970. came to Israel. The first months were not
easy. Her parents had consented to the move, thinking
that when she found the going too difficult she would
come back. Instead. Leah learned her way around the
streets of Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. In the crucible of
daily use she mastered Hebrew. She was nimble on the
typewriter; she knew Braille. She had a creative mind.
She was a natural extrovert.
Her manuscripts began to descend on editors" desks,
and made an impression. She specialized in interviews
ui:h personalities in the fields of social services, Arab af-
fairs, institutional life. And because she could not see.
her articles were not cluttered up with unnecessary visual
observations. She always dealt with essentials, reaching
the essence of the issues with a skilled hand.
The difficult days are over. "I'm definitely mak-
ing my own living." Leah told me. "When my mother
came to visit last week, I took her out to dinner on my
account." she laughed.
She has now returned to another love, study of the
Arabic language, and hopes to spend more time writing
about Arabs and their problems.
Why had she come to Israel in the first place? Her
parents had never been particularly Jewish or religious
but when she began to come under Christian influences in
her public school, her parents decided to send her to an
afternoon Talmud Torah. There, by chance, she first heard
about a man who had said: "If you will it. it is no dream "
That seemed like an ideal slogan for her, and she followed
Thcodor Herri's advice to its logical conclusion.
Her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Podell of Briar-
wool, New York, are proud of Leah's success. The name
Levav," (U ,eans heart-felt, cordial) she has adopted
egally in Israel to indicate her total identification with
lite here.
Bubbling with life and ideas, talking freely, exnound-
her views with quiel bul firm conviction without any
restraints or inhil .,,. i.(,h L..vavi Me
, "' nave ever Interviewed, And I had
en she was blind.
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ii, nom i, the; ...
oi n aking a minyan" and choosing >bi r
race in Ii York is different for
There is quite a bo.mi for Bess Myi son for
mayor's job.
Miss Vfyerson has been in the pub'ic eye
several years as head of the Department ol Consu
Affairs. She has waged a campaign for lower pi
and the slogan. "Elect Bess and Pa> Le s" might
easily sweep her into office.
As this is written, Miss Myerson, who announced
her resignation as Commissioner of Consumer Af
fairs, has expressed reluctance about entering the
race. (She is also being boomed for senator). Re
luetance is a good sign. Theodor Herzl in one of his
forecasts about the Jewish state, proposed that of
fice holders were to be chosen only from those not
too eagerly aspiring for the job. The idea was to
keep out the professional politicians.
Miss Myerson seems to have everything. Besi :es
her work for keeping inflation in check, she will
have the beauty vote. She was. remembe, a former
Miss America. She is also a well-known television
personality. She speaks Yiddish. She attended
Sholom Aleichcm schools as a child. She would
also have the vote of the lovers of Israel. She has
been there a number of times.
Once Miss Myerson is mayor of New York, other
things might happen. In the political sphere, devel
opments can be rapid. There was Grover Cleveland
He was elected mayor of Buffalo. A year later he
was governor of New York. In three years, time.
he was President of the United States. Myerson
mighl not want to be President; Cleveland
said it was a terrible job and advised his friends to
avoid it. but still he was a candidate for the office
three times.)
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rSJ??*l Fun CHy is a tyPWPlm-al error.
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opportunity for public service. Some people -all
New York "the Tel Aviv of the West."
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women, but Plato pointed out that statesmanship
" simply matter of housekeeping. Remember
'"""' "->> last name:' it wasn't Meir. It ,.,s
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Aoril 6, 1973
vJewisti fkriciltr
Page 15-A
letters to the editor
The Jewish Floridian:
I share with you and your
my reply to a recent letter
i, will you officiate at my
;e if my spouse isn"t Jew
write to ask if I will offi-
your marriage if > ou marry
ew. First, let us clarify
ng. If your spouse-to-be
to Judaism, he will stand
me at the wedding cere-
u Jew, and there is no
^rc converts who wish to
He our faith, who wish to
r small band of people
^H^Hhas given so much to the
worljBsnd who wish to raise Jew-
ish cWI'irni. are heartily welcome
i our :i:iM i c\en though statis-
tics tad to show that the children
Of SUC'. iiKiina-c- tend to have
less Mbulty to our people). Ahra
Ba iiself, did not have Jewish
parent but he was clearly able to
I lisciplos. The issue, then.
s the -livutiiin hi your spouse-
be, hd we will he happy to par-
ticipate ii his effort to learn more
about** mi being a Jew means.
Your letter seems to indicate,
howevt that you are not even
certain 'hat you want your mar-
riage mmitted to the raising of
H hildren. You seem to think
that yo hi he a Jew in a vacuum,
that Jl>. can be Jewish, while your
huaban \w!i lie whatever he
He and the children will he
they choose.
[r..c caution you, this is the
of fantasy. Sociological
how definitely that in a
where the husband and
not attempt to lead the
strongly to one faith, the
tend overwhelming]] to
the majority faith (in this
case Ch).'siiamt> i.
y In Of'- words, even if your hU8-
band o not attempt to teach
and pe -uade \oitr children to'
become jmii of his ivlinioua tra-
dition, th. lore;- of the ( hristian
environment in which we live will
lead th<:.. to Christianity. When
not lead !d:vn take die road of
least re e Please do not de-
ceive \ s, 'i i, the situation
you de- ibe, vou will be raising
Christia
Let n< iure you that I will be
always : to talk to you and to
your fi;r I understand the so
cial foi'1 which have broughl
you to; ,ei We live in a time
when 0 nes are being broken.
for be i or worse. You are
caught that stream, and there
are soi -.< uood tilings about the ,
decline f prejudice i'i our time.
On the itiiei hand, there are some '
bask f;< of life that every .lew
til
studies
marria
wife d.
Childr,
childre
turn to
ought to study. There are over 215
million Christians in America, but
only five million Jews.
Should five million Christians
I marry individuals of a different
i faith and raise their children in a
neutal background, there would
still be 210 million Christians in
; America. But should five million
| Jews take this same step, as you
I propose to do, the Jewish com-
! munity in America would be wiped
out.
On a statistical basis, your
I choice is 40 times more significant
i than the choice of your spouse. It
is clearly, then, not the same
! choice. His choice will not affect
l the future of the Christian com-
| munity significantly. Your choice
j is potentially a death blow for a
people struggling to survive.
Please note that what I am say-
ing has nothing to do with the
worth of your fiance. He may well
be a finer person than the Jewish
boys you have been able to meet.
Judaism does not teach that Jews
are superior to Christians. We do
teach that each Jew is critical to
the survival of our small people,
especially since Hitler decimated
the entire Kuropean community.
Ar;- objective study of human
history will show that the Jews
have not been like other people.
What we have given to the world
cannot be matched by the contri-
bution of any community many
times our size. Our representation
in the critical fields of human en-
deavor far exceeds our proportion
to the world population.
It is by no accident thai the goal
of the United Nations, spelled out
on Ihe "Isaiah Wall." was devel-
oped within the Jewish community.
II is by no accident that the words
on the Statue of Liberty were
written by a Jewess
All the world talks of "loving
your neighbor," a concept from
our Rook of Leviticus (quoted by
lesus), and few speak yet of "lov-
ing the stranger," a concept also
fi om that same Hook. It is by no
accident that Moses spoke of a
iorld based on moral law, while
Einstein tried to prove 'while his
colleagues laughed at him) that
the physical world is also based on
predictable law.
it i idi nl th it ''
rham Maslow, the great psycholo-
bould speak ot the fa< t that
man is greater titan the sum of
his parts' and that a Slgmund
Freud should be the founder of
the science of mind healing.
There is in the Jewish community
a great thrust towards establishing
a deeper meaning for human life.
Do you propose now to dilute that
thrust?
Do you propose to deprive the
Jewish community of the fruit of
your womb? Do you propose to
deprive your children of that silent
| teaching which is in the bones
I of the Jew, because it so deeply
I intertwined in the life of the
j Tewish community? Does the
struggle of Moses to lead men out
of bondage end with you? Will the
teaching of Ilosca (forgiveness)
u:d Jeremiah and Isaiah and
: rBandeis and Einstein and Maslow
end with you?
Would you have me approve an
arrangement that makes for the
death of the Jewish people? I
don't think you want to ask me
to do that. I don't think you have
thought about many of the things
I have just stated. May I invite
you to think about it, and may I
invite you to come see me?
I do understand the siren
voices pulling you away from your
people. One need not be shallow
or evil to be pulled in their direc-
tion. But Jews have survived
through the centuries only because ;
they could turn aside from these ,
voices.
A non-Jew may be making only
an individual choice when he de-
cides how to raise his children.
A Jew makes a choice for his en-
tire people when he makes this
it.
RABBI
III i;mm M. BAVMGARD
Temple Beth Am
zation and of mankind depend on
fare. Perhaps the welfare of civili-
portant not just for your own wel-
make a choice. Your choice is im-
been deprived ol the chance to
for the victims of Hitler who have
i decision. He makes a choice also
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Jewish FlorMilan
>ridc rridcy, April 6, 1373
Goren Ordered To Hand
Over Longer Documents
Section B
..State Department Intercedes
With Soviet Embassy Officials
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
State 'cpartment has made
forma representations on hu-
manitaran grounds to the Soviet
Emba; here on behalf of Mark
Yampoisky's family.
The 25-year-old former Rus-
-an ;a/z drummer and mathe-
natic* itudenl is in the eighth
"i a hunger strike opposite
the iet Embassy to protest
-ii( refusal of Russian author-
ties io grant exit visas to his
nlaws, Dr. and Mrs. Isaac Polit-
inr. and their daughter Vic-
>ho live in Novosibirsk.
Department spokesman
ving also disclosed that
partment had rejected a
from the Soviet Em-
hat it intervene to end
Yam, Isky's hunger strike. King
Hie Embassy made the re-
; on March 27, the
Yampolsky began his fast.
A District of Columbia ordi-
nance forbids demonstrations
within 500 feet of foreign lega-
tions; Yampolsky is conduct in:;
his hunger strike in front of the
Philip .Murray building, across
Street and about 60 feet
away from he Embassy gates
the same site where local Jews
have been maintaining a daily
vigil lor nearly two years.
Kin'; said th State Depart-
had consulted with police
and was informed that Yampol-
Violating tiie 'aw
which was t< nded to prevent
ns that
ked entry \j foreign em-
. i -.
Department official who re-
ceived the Soviet Embassy's pro-
test by phone eight days ago,
made the first informal repre-
sentation on behalf of Yampoi-
sky's family. He said the official,
who he did not identify, sug-
gested that the Soviet govern-
ment should ;axe a humanitarian
approach with regard to the
Politinnikovs. Since then, sev-
eral telephone conversations
have taken place between State
Department and Soviet Embassy
officials during which the De-
partment repeated its represen-
tations on a formal basis.
King said that while neither
Yampolsky nor his relatives are
American citizens, the State De-
dfly Dream Prompted
Ugandan Leader
To Oast Israelis
Replying to questions from
U Kim -;. i Slat -
LONDON (JTA) President
Idi Amin of Uganda said this week
that he expelled Israelis from his
country last year because that
course of action came to him in a
dream.
He also alleged that the Israelis
military and technical advisors
whom he had invited to aid in the
dev. country were
"milking the Ugandan economy."!
The African president made his:
>< m irks in sn inti rview with David
Frost on an independent British
television broadcast, He said that \
he very often took actions thai
!.> him in a dream.
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This poster, issued by the Jewish Music Council of the Na-
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Offering to Israel" as the theme of Jewish Music Festival,
io be conducted in Jewish communities throughout the coun-
try from March 18 to April 16 (Purim to Erev Pesach). Jew-
ish Music Festival is one way through which JWB seeks to
strengthen Jewish culture and provides links between Israel
and American Jewry.
partment's representations were
in line "with our consistent view
for free emigration. We did
draw this particular case to the
attention of the Soviet Embassy
on a humanitarian basis," he
said.
Yampolsky's wife. Eleanora.
ended her hunger strike outside
the Soviet Embassy in London,
Monday. She had begun it on be-
half of her parent, on March 26,
a day before Yampolsky began
bis fast here.
Yampolsky was visited by 80
children from the Hebrew Acad-
emy of Greater Washington
Tuesday. They came by bus to
join his vigil When they started
to pray, police ordered them to
a point 500 feet away from the
Embassy gates.
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
Supreme Court ruled that Ash
kenazic Chief Rabbi Shlomo
Goren "a ruling in the Langer
cae has no effect on Abraham
Borokovsky, who is suing in a
Petach Tikva religious court to
have his status as a Jew con-
firmed.
The Supreme Court also or-
dered Rabbi Goren to hand over
all documents pertinent to the
case to the Petach Tikva court
and to pay IL 1000 toward the
costs of Borokovsky's litigation.
The status of Borokovsky. a
convert to Judaism, was placed
in doubt by Rabbi Goren's ruling
last year that Hanorh and
Miriam Langer. the children of
Borokovsky's fust wife and her
second husband, were not illegit-
imate and could marry their
fiances.
Goren's ruling, sanctioned by
a nine-man religious court whose
members have still not been
identified, was based on evidence
he said he had that Borokovsky's
conversion to Judaism was not
valid. In that case he was never
married to the
hen's mother and hi .
sequent marriage to Otto i. er
was not adulterous.
The Supreme Court up
Borokovsky's claim that he was
not called to give evidence by
Goren's court and was not aware
of its deliberations. It ruled.
therefore, that the Goren court's
decision could in no way affect
the Petach Tikva court and im-
plied that the latter, by the
>ame toitcn, could disregard
Rabbi Goren's decision in the
Langer case.
Goren has claimed that the
case was closed with his ruling.
He has refused to turn over
documents to the Petach Tikva
court on grounds that it was
biased against the Langer chil-
dren inasmuch as it was the
same court that had originally
branded them bastards and for-
bade them to marry.
The Goren ruling in the
Langer case created a furor in
right-wing Orthodox circles in
Israel and abroad which has not
subsided,
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Friday, April 3, 1973
Lehrman Day School Names
Scholarship Ball Leaders
Mr. and Mrs. Carol Greenberg band in leadership positions for Crime Rate Rises In Israel
and Mrs. Blurry Koretzky have Israel Bonds and the CJA-IEF
been named cochairmen of the 1 campaign.
fifth annual Scholaiship Ball of!
the Lehrman Pay School of Mr. Greenberg. who moved to
Ttmple Emami-El. The 25-a Miami Beach from New York less
couple, black-tie dinner and dance than three years ago, is a director
Will be held April 23 in the Fried- Jf Tempie Kmanu-Kl. president of
ln.H R.llmnn, Steven Wayne Knitting Mills of
land Ballroom.
Acceptance of the cochairmen
was announced by Judge Herher, c;hanct: or- lhc Knj hts of
S. Shavro, presiuent, and Samuel Pv(hiaB
N Fnedland. chairman of the
Hialeah and other textile firms
.iround the nation and is a past
Pvthias.
board of the Miami Beach syna He has bppn actjve jn ,srac,
gogue. They will work closely with Bond lhe UJA am) |he Zlonisl
Murrv Koretzky. general chairman Orgamzation of America. Mr. and
Mrs. Koretzky is a member of Mrs. Greenberg were active in the
the board and a life nv-mber of Hiilcrest Jewish Center in Jamaica 1
the Temple Kmanu-EI Sisterhood Estates, Queens.
.1-" serves on the Miami Beach
area board of the Greater Miami Mrs. Greenberu was vice pros
Jewish Federation. She is a god- Went of the Hiilcrest Hadassah,
nether of Mt. Sinai Hospital and *ive in the Sisterhood then' and |
I al Center and a life member "w scrvc's as president of the
of the hospital's women's auxiliary ^"P1* Emanu-EI and Lehrman 1
Day School PTA'a.
Mr. and Mrs. Koretzky are
Founders of Mount Sinai and mem- The Grecnbergs have three chil- j
bers of Weatview Country Club. dren. Lauren. Steven and David,
They have three teen-aged chil- attending the Lehrman Da>
dren. Alicia Diane. Stephanie School.
A.nnc and David Andrew. Mrs.____________
Kc,,tzk> has been an active mem- $ p $ fc
bei of the -Night in Italy Ball r
committee for several years and B'nai B''"i,h Women Harmony
l on the board of the Concept Chapter will meet on Tuesday at
1 use Women's division. 8 P-m- '" thc Jefferson National.
.101 Arthur Godfrey Rd.
is a popular coloratura. '
n Mt languages at area' Guest speaker will be Samuel
erts and recitals, is a graduate Pascoe, former president of the
of nterior design school, a past Southern Florida BB Council and
'an of ;.: Greater Miami at the Florida Slate Assn.. BB
I .. Academy's Arthur Fiedlei Lodges, whose topic will he
i and works with her has- "Key 73."
JERUSALEM (WNS) Israel's1
crime rate rose last year by 4.3
per cent, compared to a 6 per
cent rise in 1971 and 9.5 per cent |
in 1970, the annual police report
revealed. It said murder was up
by 17 per cent and rape by 30 per
cent, but armed roOOery declined
by 3 1 per cent.
White collar crime such as em-'
bezzlement and issuing had checks
rose by 30 per cent, but there was
a significant drop in the number of
ORT Offices In Paris Kit
PARIS (JTA) ORT offices in
Paris were broken into last ni.:hi
and anti-Semitic slogans scrawled
on the walls. The organization's
safe was cracked open and its con-
tents either stolen or burned
Police investigators aie still try-
ing to ascertain whether the inci-
dent is due to professional crim-
inals or anti-Semitic vandals.
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TO A
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the first mgh 1 of Passover
Monday, April 16th
at 6:30P.M.
In the Regent.y Room
Conducted by
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and internationally acclaimed
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Friday, April 8, 1973
Modern Seder Spotlights
Mott's Apple Sauce, Juice
Passover delicacies today can be
prepare* \\4tn*Mfr. rrwnf-4he
hostess of the Seder to enjoy the
holiday with the help of many
convenience fooiio.
Charoscth. traditionally centered
on th<> ceremonial platter, usually
contains a blend of apples, walnuts.
raisins, cinnamon and wine and
Mott's Apple Sauce is an Ideal way
to modernize the tasty dish.
A decanterfbl of apple juice will
appeal to the children as their
Passover "wine." And the final
for this feast might be a Passover
spongecake layered like a torte,
filled with an apple sauce CUSterd.
T';i~ spongecake rises for the occa
sion with eggs, matzo meal and
potato flour without a fleck of
the forbidden "cbamets" ileaven).
A. a time when certain vege-
tables are restricted, fruit such as
a] pie sauce i lays an important
i. 1 in the Seder menu, and hand]
jars of prepared Mott's Apple
Sauce has become part of tthe
Jewish-American ti adit ion.
Mott's forwards a rabbinical let-
let noting, "the following products
.1" absolutel;- kosher for Pass-
over," and lists products including
Sunsweet Prune Juice. Sunsweet
Cooked Prune*, Mott's Apple Juice.
Mott's Fruit Treats and Mott's Ap-
ple Sauee.
Passover treats are not restric-
ted to the Seder. There are other
favorites to be enjoyed throughout
this holiday. One snack or break-
fa-1 speciality is .Mott's O'Brei.
a bit like French toast
made with eggs, matzos. cinnamon
flavored and sweetened with apple
sauce. Even better when served
with extra dollop-; of apple sauce!
CIIAROSETH
1 a (15 oi.) Metts Apple
Sauce ll'i cups)
IVi cups coarsely chopped
walnuts
1 cup raisins
p. cinnamon
2 tbls. red wine
Combine all ingredients. Spoon
a portion onto ceremonial platter
to represent mortar. Serve re-
in.- inder as a condiment. Makes
about three cups.
MOTT'S O'STUFFED CAPON
1 capon, 6 lbs.
4 tbls. chicken fat or vegetable
oil
1 large onion, chopped
1 '. cups chopped celery
14 cup chopped fresh parsley
W Lb fresh mushrooms, sliced
1 jar tl5 07.) Mott's Apple
Sauce (1*2 cups)
salt and pepper
\ tsp. cinnamon
1 tsp fine herbs
6-8 matzos, broken
Wash capon ana pat dry'- Rinse
and pa! dry liver, heart and giz-
i; chop coarsely, then saute
with chopped onion in two table-
spcons fat or oil until onions are
soft Add celery, parsley, mush-
rooms; saute until tender. Add
i
1'.
'-
i,
I
2
apple sauce and seasonings. In
sieve, pour hoi water ova* Miftos,
quickly draining and pressing out
excess water. Add matzos to skil-
let, gentlj toss with other ingredi-
ents and -ante one minute. Remove
from heat. Stuff capon lightly with
apple sauce-matzo stuffing and
skewer or sew openings, Brush
with remaining fat or oil. Season
with additional salt and pepper,
breast-side-up on rack in pan.
tin ,'n h fated 350 over about
2'a hours, or until meat thermom-
eter reaches 185 .
i ASSOVE8 APPLE
SAUCE SPONGECAKE
( ustard filling:
cup lemon juice
cups Moti Apple Sauct,
i part of 25 oz. jar)
cup sugar
tsp. cinnamon I
tsp. nutmeg
tbls. potato flour
tsp. salt
egg
egg yolks (reserve 2 egg
whites for spongecake)
bine all ingredients in top
of double bailer. Stir constantly
over hot water until thick. Cool.
Makes about three cups filling, or
enough for a four layer, 10 in.
spongecake.
Cake:
8 egg yolks
8 egg whites.
(plus 2 reserved egg whites)
'-. cup Mott's Apple Sauce
2 tbls. lemon juice
grated rindof 'j lemon
i tsp. salt
1S cups sugar
1 cup matzo cake meal
2 tbls. potato flour
For best results, have eggs at
room temperature. Beat egg yolks
until thick; stir in apple sauce,
lemon juice and rind. In large bowl.
I" at egg whites until frothy. Add
salt, and beat until soft peaks
form. Gradually add sugar and beat
until stiff, but not dry. Fold egg
whites into apple sauce mixture.
Fold in dry ingredients, a little
;:t a time. Pour batter into un-
greased 10 in. spring-form tube
pan. Bake in preheated 325' oven
Mrs. Popick Narrates
Third Seder At Beach
AUDRCY l BRANSON
17-Yr.Old Pianist
Featured In Free
Recital Sunday Eve
Audrey Lee Branson, 17-year-old
pianist, will be presented in recital
at the Miami Women- Club, 1737
\\ Bayshore Dr., Sunday, at eight
o'clock. The program will feature
Grieg's Piano Concerto in A Minor,
with second piano orchestral re-
duction; and the Gershwin Pre!
udes for two pianos, with Virginia
Urban at the second piano.
Miss Branson, formerly of Chi-
cago, has been a resident of Miami
for the past two years She be in
studying piano at the age of nine.
and was awarded a Young Per-
former's scholarship for outstand-
ing talent by the Chicago Board of
Education. For the past two years,
Audrey has been a recipient of the
John Rosser scholarship, awarded
by the South Miami Music Club.
An honor student. Miss Branson
graduates this year from North
Miami Beach High School. She
plans further musical study at
Boston University where she was
offered a four year scholarship.
Audrey is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Benjamin Branson of
Winston Towers. North Miami
Mrs, Jack S. (Ruth) I'opiuk
Miami Peach civic and religious
leader, and Ken Taylor, television
and radio commentator, will nar-
rate the original Raggadah written
and produced by Shmuel Fershko
at the April 18. communitywide
Third Seder celebration Bl th
Fontainebleau Hotel.
A capacity audience of 1.000
persons "ill take part in the
tribute to Israel's 25th anniversarj
of statehood sponsored by the
Israel llistadrut Council of
Florida, according to Third
chairman Jacob Rifkin.
Mrs. Popick. a Founder of the
Hebrew University of Jem-,
and an active l< adei for Temi le
Enianu El and the Greater
Hi brew v :. my, has been actixe
in c immunity productions an I nar-
rated a Third Seder program hen
several years i
Ambassador Jacob D iron. Israel
envoy and deputy representative
to the Unit* d Nations, will Ik- the
principal .speaker at the testi-
monial to Mr. and M -. Samuel
Feinstein. Mr. Feinstein is |
ident of the sponsoring organ
'ion.
Moe Levin, chairman of the
board of the Histadfut Council d
a national vice president of
Israel llistadrut Foundation, |
the Third Seder celel
will be i \ci di d in
only in New York City.
The Fershko Hagga ih |
bring the storj of Pas
date, showing the relal |
ancient Ex *dus to
of the modern State of Israel m -'
Rifkin said
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one hour. Invert pan on rack or. Beach. She has studied piano with
over neck of bottle until cool.
MOTT'S O'BREI
4 matzos. 6 ins. sq.
boiling water
4 eggs
1 jar (15 oz.) Mott's Apple
Sauce (I'.- cups)
'i- tsp. cinnamon
'-. tsp. salt
1 tbls. butter
Dash pepper
Break matzos into pieces. Cover
with boiling water, then quickly
drain off; press excess water out.
Beat eggs with one-half cup apple
sauce and seasonings. Pour over
matzos and combine. Brown mix-
ture in butter, stirring and flip-
ping with spatula until eggs arc
set. Serve with remaining apple
sauce. Makes 4-6 servings.
Virginia Gaskell Urban of Coral
Gables for the past two years.
The recital is free and open to
the public.
ATTENTION TO THE ORTiinnnv
COMMUNITY OF MFAMT
Passover Grocery And Dairy
On Special Order From ^ew
Products
York
Leaders oi various Gw m', organizations
rnet late in March to picn for the \T3 "Salute to Presidents
Day Tuesday at the Seville He | members of organ-
izations all over the county will ble for a luncheon to
be addressed by author and :!ator David Schoen-
trun. Among those planning the day were (left to right)
Mrs. Alfred Fmkelstein area president of the Miziachi Wom-
Sm S'SrSS *America<- Mrs. Larry Silverman, presi-
^-~^ County
MEATS AND CHICKENS FOR PASSOVER
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Miami Ballet Company To
Present 'Sleeping Beaut v'
.
The U nit Bbllet Company will
be performing the four ads of
"Sleeping Beauty" for the first
time in Dade Count? at perform-
ancea open to the general public
April 27 and 28.
Staging a balhH as complex as
"Sleeping Beauty" requires a great
deal ol skill and patience plus per-
severence. Ben Stevenson, form-
ally with the Royal Ballet and now
cotlrecti C of the National Ballet.
hai been flowr. tj Miami several
times to work with the Miami
Ballet Company.
At rehearsal girls in the com-
pany have had : > replace the 14
i)">- ,. h '.:. ien engaged
.for thit perforn an Iron the Na-
tional Ballet and who are now on
tour
Vioh Verdy and Peter Mar-
tins ol e So* York City Ballet,
win. v. I dance tile roles of Prin
cess \u a and the Prince, have
rehearsed private!) 1th Hen Stev
enson i:i between their (lamina
its. The week of the per-
for nai all a i ers will as-
sembli .1 al Dade County Auditor-
ium for hearsals .-> that al parts
of tli< jigsaw puzzle can lie put
in their proper places and for the
final polish that nukes a good1
performance.
Peter Martins product of the
i; iyal I nish B lei School, danced
with the Royal Danish Ballet for a
numhei of years before joining
the N. York Citj Ballet as a
princil al dam ,
Fin1' Frank!.n. formally of;
the 15..'! Russe do Monte Carlo.
and m codirector of the National
BalK" 'ill rfo the role of
Cata
l eriy of the ;
Singles Membership Drive
Sin. Parents will hold a mem-
bershii drive at B:30 p.m. Mon-
w^ ai Hi:. res in Hallan-
daic AJ single, wid wed and di-
vorced j ople ar n ited to loin,
Miami Ballet, is now a member of!
the National Ballet. She will be |
-ecu In Sleeping Beauty as Fairy!
Beauty in Uhe'Prologu'e, the Count-1
ess in the Hunt Scene where she ,
dances with the Prince, and the *
Pas de Quatre in Act III.
Christina Knoblauch and Kirk
Peterson, principal dancers of the '
National Ballet, who won bronze
medals of the i972 International
Ballet Competition in Varna Bul-
garia, will be dancing the Blue
Bird Pas de Deux.
JWB Produces Cassette
For Servicemen's Passover
To help Jewish families in the
military prepare for Passover, the
National Jewish Welfare Board
has produced a new cassette re-
cording for use by Jewish chap-
lains, Jewish military lay leaders,
and presidents and program chair-
men of military sisterhoods.
One side of the cassette de-
scribes the preparation for the
Seder in the home. The other side
has the most popular Passover
melodies and the order of the
Seder. The cassette is one of the
new features of this year's world-
wide Passover arrangements made
for Jewish military personnel by
JWB and local community groups
throughout the U.S.
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Friday, April 6. 1373
as
JWV Auxiliaries Honored
For Services To Hospital
Harold Pouts Announce Lvn's Engagement
M, and Mrs. Harold A. Pon. of to John B. MM' J*
Miami announce the engagement
of their daughter Lyn. to Steven
Mrs. Lillian M. Schoen, as pres-
ident of the Department of Florida
Ladies Auxiliary. Jewish War Vet-
erans, will be presented with a
citation for voluntary services by
the auxiliaries in Dade and Brow I
ard Counties to the patients dur-
ing the Veterans Administration
voluntary service annual awards
ceremony on Sunday, at 2 p.m.
On Monday at 7:30 p.m., in the
Chase Federal, Arthur Godfrey
Rd.. Mrs. Schoen will conduct a
by-laws meeting.
Other activities for Dade and
Broward auxiliaries arc:
Norman Bruce Brown 174: Will
hold a joint installation of officers
Thursday evening at the Pythian
Hall. 4601 W. Flagler St. Mrs.
Schoen will install 197374 officers
and past auxiliary president Mae
Schreiber will be mistress of
ceremony. On Sunday afternoon,
Rose Benett Essie Kolinsky and
Pauline Smith wi'.> recent fita ;
tions for services at Veterans Hos-.
pital.
Robert K. Franlblau 1**: Will
hold a board meeting on Tuesday,
at 8:30 p.m. at Temple Israel oi
Miramar. Auxiliary president is
Mrs. Marion Moskovitz.
West Miami 223: Members who
will be honored at the Aorl 81
service presentation include Mrs.
Ruth Burman, Mrs. Jerri Baitletl.
Mrs. Eva Koch and Mrs. Pearl
Silverman.
Miami Beach 330: Auxiliary
President Bessie Gibber is ill at
Mt. Sirai Hospital and good wishes
are in order.
Victor B. Freedman 8i3: Will !
nold f joint installation Sunday
8 p.m. at Sinai Temple of Holly
wood.
North Snore 677: Will attend
naturalization ceremonies at Bay-
front Park. On Sunday, the post
and auxiliary will distribute gifts
to 12th floor patients it the VA
Hospital. A joint Installation of
officers wil be on Wcdnsda.V at
8 p.m., in the Normandy Isle
Washington Federal.
llialeah Miami Springs 681:
Members will have a party for the
Children In their adopted cottages
at Sunland. Refreshments and gifts
will be given to the children. On
Sunday morning. Bvc De Young,
president, will conduct I business
meeting at Temple Tifereth in
Hlaleah.
Harry B. Cohen 723. Suifside
Bay Harbor: Will hold ;i games
patty on Sunday, for residents al
the Hebrew Home for the Aged.
Ruth Frank is chairman. On
Wednesday, President Lillian Ke-
im will hold a business meeting
at the Surfside Community Center
iit 8 p.m. Post and auxiluvy mem-
bers will distribute Passover
baskets on Thursday.
South Dade 778: Will hold it>
business meeting on Monday at '.he
Eisenman's Realty. Leah Eisenman
is president.
he Early Admittance Program,
and received her Bachelor of Arts
with honors, from the University
3f Miami, where she was employed
is a resident advisor. The bride-
graduated with honors from
Clemson University, in So. Caro
Una, where he was a member of
the scholastic honorary Alpha
Zeta. He was also the pledge
master of Chi Lambda. Steve will
is u dect is presently a June candidate from tne nodical University of
for a Masters' degree in College Charleston.
student Personnel Administration
Services.
The prospective bridegroom
The bride's father, Miami restau
rateur, will cater the June wed-
ding.
Gisela Cutter To Speak
Aviva Chapter of Pioneer Women
will hold their regular meeting at
noon Thursday. April 12. at the
Washington Federal Auditorium.
633 NE 167th St. Featured speaker.
Gisela Gutter will present. "This
is the Month to Remember the
Holocaust.''
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1 The couple chose the occasion of
the Pouts' 25th wedding anniver-
i sary to announce their plans.
Lyn was honored in 1369 by tin
Coral Gables Times Guide for her
many personal accomplishment*
and outstanding contributions to
the community. She was accepter
A Miami Beach parlor meeting was held recently at the
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and hostesses Mrs. Gelb and Mrs. Armando Gerstel.
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Gift of Life Chapter, Children's
Asthma Research Institute and
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of Miriam Krischer.
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Miami Beach Hadassah
Slates Group Meetings
The following groups of the
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassal
have scheduled meetings for Mon
day:
Morton Towers meeting at ll:4r"
a.m at the American Savings, 120C
Lincoln Rd. A pre-I'assover part>
with Fran Shriber as soloist will
be presented, Mrs. Bobby Indij
is program chairman .Mrs. Philip
Houtz will preside.
Lincoln will meet in the 100
Lincoln Club Room at 12:30 p.m
for a luncheon and card party. The
proceeds are for medical supplies
for Mt. Scopus Hospital.
Stephen S. Wise installation
luncheon at the Algiers Hotel. Mrs
Sherman Fast, past president of
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah,
will be installing officer. Enter-
tainment by Goldie Sussman, ac
companied by Ai'la Yaslo. Jennie
jawitz will be chairman of the
day.
Bay Harbor will meet at 11:30"
a.m. at the Balmoral Hotel, Collins
Aw., to hear Michael Pausman,
director of youth activities, speak
on "Hachaschar." Mrs. Joseph
Scheid will preside.
Emma l.azarus noon meeting at
Holiday Inn, Collins Ave. and 87th
St., will feature reports and nom-
ination of officers tor 1973-74. Mrs
Ilemietta Fine will preside.
Israeli Croup meeting at the
Algiers Hotel at noon. Michael
Pausman, director of youth activ-
ities, will be guest speaker. Mrs
Esther Meyer will preside.
Golda Meir Group will meet at
the penthouse apartment of Mrs
Davida Coleman. 5555 Collins Ave.,
at noon. Luncheon is bung held
for members donating two eye
banks or Jewish National Fund
blue boxes. Committee members
are Mesdames Belle Miller. Betty
Siegel, Ida Peters. Rosalie Shapiro,
and Bess Manischewitz. Mrs.
Florence Barth will preside.
Hannah Senesch eye bank
luncheon at the Cadillac Hotel at
noon. Betty Corman and Gertrude
Feulner are co-chairmen. Mrs.
Barnett Baron will preside.
Mt. Scopus will meet at 5 Island
Ave. auditorium at 12:45 p.m. Mrs
Arthur A. Pekelner will review
'Shattered Silence" by Swy
Aldooby and Gerrold Ballinger.
Mrs Clarence Freedman will pre-
side.
Henrietta S/old Group will have
a snack luncheon at noon at the
Algiers Hotel. Helen Weisbcrgcr.
a member of the youth commis
sion. wil be guest speaker. Mrs.
Hannah Friedman will preside.
Southgate Group will meet in
the Southgate Towers Terrace at
noon. Program will feature a piano
recital by Mrs. Elias (Sunny)
Levine. Mrs. Shirley Kaine will
preside.
Forte Towers Group meeting at
1 p.m. at the 1200 West Ave Guest
Cocktail Party Scheduled
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She meeting. Rose Godlin is pro-
gram chairman.
Reiianah Group will meet for
iruneh at Junior's Restaurant at
10 a.m. Following the meeting a
upperware demonstration will be
leld. Mrs. Saul (Florynce) Qreeh
A-ill preside.
Shaloma Group meeting at
aoon, April 10, at the Algiers
iotel. Mrs. Howard Brill will show
olored slides and speak on Israel.
Mrs. Joseph Rappaport will be
orogram chairman. Mrs. Anna
Stone will preside.
Royal Macranees will meet Tuos-
lay, April 10, at 7 p.m. at the
Victor Hotel. A Passover program
tas been planned by chairman,
Clara I.andy. Mrs. Irene Birnbaum
will preside.
Forte Towers will have its eye
bank and blue box luncheon on
Wednesday. April 11. at the
Algiers Hotel, followed by card
games. Rita Epstein. Leah Warren
and Sadie Hartman are co-chair-
men. Mrs. Jules Lessem will pre-
side.
Southgate will have an Oneg
Shabbai in the Terrace Room of
Southgate Towers on Saturday.
April 14. at 1 p.m. The group will
honor Bertha Lifshin and Rae
Merar who have been the "Guar-
dian of Funds." A model Seder
will be conducted by Baruch and
Jean Siegel. Entertainment by
Dolly Kramer and Nata Utal. Mrs.
Shirley Kaine will preside.
Dedication ceremonies at the Greater Miami
Hebrew Academy this week of two speci-
ally equipped vehicles to the Magen David
Adorn Isiael's official Red Cross service
brought together these leaders of the
American Red Magen David for Israel.
From left are Samuel Reinhard, Florida state
chairman; David Coleman, Miami Beach
chapter president; Ben Saxe, national execu-
tive director; Sol Drescher, national board
member; Mark Soroko, national board
member, and Rabbi Alexander S. Gross.
Hebrew Academy principal. Mr. and Mrs.
Reinhard and their family dedicated a blood-
mobile and Mr. and Mrs. Drescher contrib-
uted a mobile cardiac rescue unit.
Betty Forman, Elliott Sutta Arc Engaged
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Cedar, Springfield. N. J., announce the
engagement of their niece. Betty
Facqueline Forman, to Elliot'. Neal
Sutta, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Sutta, of Coral Gables.
Elliott is grandson of iate
William Friedman and Mrs! Fried
man, pioneer Miamians. and the
nephew of Circuit Judge Milton A.
Friedman. He is an honor graduate
of Coral Gables High School, and
Duke University in Durham, N. C.
He is presently working for the
federal government in Washing-
ton. D. ,C., and attending George
Washington University for his
Master's Degree in Business At*
ministration.
Prospective bride is a graduate
of University of Miami and pres
ently teaching in Morristown, N. J
The wedding will take place In
hily; a series of parties and
showers are being planned just
nrior to the event.
Dinilz Will Help Jewish Education
WASHINGTON. D.C. (WNS)
Israi l's new ambassador to the
United States, Simcha Dinitz. said
one of his major aims in his new
job will he to maintain close ties
with the American Jewish commu-
nity and its leaders and stressed
that he would also like to play
a strong role in promoting Jewish
education.
Mr. Dinitz. who arrived in Wash-
ington last week, said the Israeli
government cannot move directly
into the field of Jewish education
but an ambassador could do much
"in the fight against ignorance.
not only of Israel but also of
jewishness."
He said he hoped to sit down
with leaders of Jewish education
in the U.S. for consultations on
ways ui improve and expand ac-
tivities in this field. Mr. Dinitz
stressed the necessity of holding
continuing consultations with
American Jewish leaders on the
motivation of Israeli policy.
He said he would maintain close
, touch with thf Conference of Pres-
idents of Major Jewish Organiza-
, tions as the "authoritative root
organization" of U.S. Jewry.

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Friday, April 6, 1973
Levitt To Build Chapel In Hollywood
After five years of serving the
Jv *ish community in the North
Dide area, Levitt Memorial Ch:ip
els, Inc.. has purchased property '
at 1921 Pembroke Rd Hollywood,
on* block west of U.S. 1, where a
new. modern funeral home will
constructed, according to an an-t
nouncement made by Cantor
Emanuel Mandel, president.
Levitt Memorial Chapel's plans
foi expansion were predicated on ,
the fact that the Hallandak- and
Ji.'llywood area is one of the fast-
e t -rowing Jewish communities in
the country and until this time.
there has been no exclusive Jew-
ish Funeral Home in Broward to
serve their needs.
The new chapel will be under
c"T5ersonal supervision of Sonny
Levitt, vice president.
Mr. Levitt is well known to many.
The son of Roz and Lou Levitt,
residents of Hollywood since 1951,
h? attended South Broward High
School. Miami-Dade Junior Col-
lege, University of Florida and
TO BE CONSTRUCTED ON THIS SITE
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JEWISH FUNERAL DIRECTORS

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A recipient of many community
service awards, Mr. Levitt is a|
past president of Harmony Lodge.
1 B'nai Brith: Noble Grand of N.M.B.
Oddfellows, and a member of Dia-
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Upon completion of the Holly-
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Hav., North Miami, and will also
ba available to assist in Hollywood,
giving Levitt Memorial the largest
staff of licensed Jewish funeral di-
rectors in Florida.
Mr. Weinstein, formerly of Chi-
cago, lias been a Florida resident
since 1952. He is president of
Temple Sinai cf North Dade's
Brotherhood; a past chancellor of
Maccabee Lodge K of I': a board
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Friday. April 6, 1973
JWV Post, Auxiliary 223
To Install New Leaders
'73
Wist Miami Post and Auxiliary { vice commander, and Mrs. Murray
3, and junior division. Starletts. UUtier, past auxiliary president.
' Joseph Achtman is officer of the
day, and Mrs. Jack Pales is con-
223
Jewish War Veterans, will hold its
annual installation of officers on
Saturday at 8 p.m. in the Coral
Gables Elk Lodge.
Installing officers will include
Herb Gopman, commander, De-
partment of Florida JWV. and
Mrs. Lillian Schoen, president, De-
partment of Florida.
ductless.
Installation emcees are James
Stern and Mrs. Lee Rubin.
Post officers to be installed are
Aaron SUchter, commander: Sid- '
ney Pot lock. Ralph Stern and
Stanley ('.old. vice commandcis. j
Norman Burman, quartermaster;
AJ Sussman, adjutant, and Da\e
Burrows, Louis Tuck and Nat
Serving as chairmen of the eve- Margo, trustees.
Jiing will be Louis Tuck, regional
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
No. 73-7864
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
i:. The Marriage Of:
SI Al '>ii vtfSK, n Ife and
. i SEPH CERARD OI.IVI]
u
i i J| iSKl'H tiBRARD ILIVIBR
Ri Bid*
Officers of the Auxiliary include
' Mrs. Lester Rosenberg, president:
Mrs. Arthur Bartlett and Mrs
.Murray Mittler. vice presidents:
Mrs. Dave Burrows, treasurer;
'.Mrs. Henry Noretsky, conductress;
Mrs. Norman Burman, patriotic
instructor: Mrs. Marvin Herman,
chaplain; Mrs. Jack Silverman, i
guard; Mrs. Sam Grossman and
.Mrs. Sam Viola, secretary; Mrs.
Stanley Gold, Mrs. Joseph Acht-
Happenings
"Coping with Executive Stress"
will be the subject of the next
bi-monthly forum of the Mental
Health Association. It is open
to the public and will ber held
at noon Friday, April 13, at the
Columbus Hotel. Speakers will
be Morton Notarius, M.D., and
Samuel Greenberg, M.D., both
psvehiatrists in private practice.
ft ft ft
E. Albert Pallot, National
Chairman of the B'nai B'rith
Commission on Community and
Veterans' Services is atttending
a conference in Washington,
D. C. to develop nation-wide
programs in several areas of
social service this weekend.
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Obituaries
In the junior division, slate is
VOH ARE HRHRnV iiotlf Ml I i
Dissolution -I Marriage man an(| Mrs. Abe fegar, trustees.
> ti filed nu. n no ru
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, rnur a hit or oil i |>I< -1 i U<
headed by Margie Halpern, presl
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ideal: Judy Glixman, chaplain:
ihi ah v.
, nurt, on oi befoi e thin 11 itay of Maj.
D nil will be i
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DATR1' '!; -' rta> of Man !
IlK'HAItP I' RKIXKER
CS-rk ni Circuit Court
US R M K1SSEE
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Lois Gold, tresurer; Iris Rosenberg
and Renee Stern, secretaries.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC AL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATL DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-1646
FRANK B. COWLING
1> RE Estate of
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As Administrator
Plrsl publication of this notice ""
h day of Anril, 1973
ZEV W. Ki K5A.V, E8Q
Attorney for Leon Schuster
'.-' Lincoln Rd Miami Beach. Fla
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STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF STATE
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
In The Name And By The Authority
Of The State Of Florida
TO ALL To whii.m THRSE PRES-
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Whereas, EMANUEL LEVENSON,
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October. All. 1972 cause to be Incor-
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umentary authority required under
Section 608.27. Florida Statutes, show-
ing the dissolution of such corpora-
tion.
Now. therefore, the Secretary of
.State does hereby certify to the fore-
.gnlng and that he is satisfied that
the requirements f the law have
*een complied with.
OIVEN under my hand
and the Great Seal of
_ the State of Florida, at
Tallahassee, the Capital,
this Ihe gird (lav of
March. A.D.. 1973.
RICHARD (DICK) STONE
Secretary of State
4 '73
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Hi. undi uned ring t" ens
hu ni w ir tier Ihe fli l out name ol
VSSOCI VTES IN' MEDICINE
Arthur I; dfres Hoad, In ihe City !
i ii .,, h, I 'adi i 'ounty, Floi Ida,
Intends t"i i nami v
Clerk i rcuil Court of Dade
i ',.ii. > Flin '
DM I KSSER & ASStH IATES, P A
Road
Miami !'. ich Floi
KITRT WEI 1 ISCH, Aitorney at Law
Atlorni for
|ii; LESSER ft ASSOCIATES, PA.
Sulti Itil Aim, im Ai enue
i lollies, Florida
I B-1S-20-27
JEFFER
FUNERAL HOMES, INC.
DIRECTORS:
Irwin Jeffer
Medwin Jeffer Alvin Jeffer
HOLLIS. L I 188-11 HILLSIDE AVE.
BROOKLYN 1283CONEY 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
throughout the Miami area
this YEAR'S Independence
Day parade on May *th '
Jerusalem will include the
Russian T-.'il tanks captured In
the Six-Day War and recondi-
tioned tor service by the Ar-
mored Corp, according to the
army weekly, "Bamahane." The
entire parade will take .Vi min-
ute*, to pass a given point. I'lir
Air Force fly-pant "ill take 15
minutes.
FATHERS of siv will no
longer have to do frnnl-litn' re-
serve duty, according io the
anm wi'i-kl> Bamahane." Upon
k porting: th<- sixth birlh, Ihe
reservist will be given leave un-
til he is posted to a rear unit,
The arrangement was worked
out by the Army Manpower
Branch.
* *
ISRAEL'S olive yield to ex-
pected to reach 88,000 tons this
year an all-time record. A/.ar
Artul, director of the Olive
Marketing and Export Council
said recently that his Council
would maintain strict control
over the import of olives from
the administered areas Into
Israel, to protect loeal growers
.mil to i-eep prices stable.
G E L B
MONUMENTS INC.
' Open [*ery 'Day (loirs' So-bbofh
140 SW 57fh Ave. WO 1-8583
- Miami's Only Strictly Jewish
Monument Dealer
ABRAMSON. Katie. 74. 1220 Ocean
Dr.. MB. Manlier*.
BART, Viola, 68. 800 Harding Ave.,
.Mil. Levitt
bick. Dr. Charles. 78, of MB Rlver-
glde. Interment Star of David,
GERSTEN. Nathan, 86, 781B Bast Dr.,
\ Bay Village. Riverside
GOVENOY, Sara Anna, 66, I1M M'.
167th 81 SMB, Blasberr
klevens. Jacob, st, of MB. River-
aide
miller, Banford, 66, of MB. Rlvsr-
mTller, Shirley K 66, of MB. River-
di
ROSENBERG. Sally, 66, Of .Miami.
I Levitt
SIMON. Jack w.. 64, 1080 Alamanda
Dr., Keystone Point. Gordon,
GREEN Jack, 74. Mil SW 12nd Av,-.
I Riversldi
( HURWITZ, Julian. 60, of Miami.
Newman.
' KALIN, Anna. It, Of Miami. River-
LASH, Ruth i.. '-. "1 Miami New-
man.
SHAPIRO. Isadora M B3, of MB.
Riverside.
WEISSMAN Oscar, 86, 1166 NB 135th
Si Riverside
COHEN. Max B TV of Miami
River
holtzer. Leo, 60, 3101 Indian
Creek In MB BlaBbi m
HOROWITZ. Max, B3, "i MB River,
ride,
KAPLAN. Theodore, 60, 6020 Weal
Dr., Hay Village. Blasbera
moldoff. David, 87. "f MB New-
man.
NUSSBAUM. Nat, 86, "I MB River-
Hide lnt< rmi nl Ml .-
wolfsohn. Beatrice, 75, ot MB
\. n ma n Interment Mi Nebo
BERNSTEIN. Hanna 76, 1301 I
Ave Ml' Rivet nidi
EFROSON. Morris, 75, 1023 Indian
Creek Dt MR Blasbera
GOLDBERG. Lillian. 79, l8 SW 5th
si Gordon,
JACOBS, Maurice A.. "!.'.. nf NMH.
Riverside.
KANE. Jacob, 78, of MB. Gordon.
leifer, Manuel, 'i!1. 408 Ocean Dr.,
Mil Riverside
LEGER. Gabrielle L, 51, of MB.
New man.
RIFKIN. Samuel. 68, 4111 Nautilus
Dr., MB.
white. Tom. of MB, Riverside.
Intermenl Ml Sinai.
arkin, Norman, 66, "f MB Gordon.
BINEN. Sol, vi B25 Washington Ave.,
MB, Riverside, Intermenl Ml Nebo.
EISENSTEIN. I., na. 61, of MB,
i lordon.
i FIEMAN. .I.i.!. 1568 West Ave., MR.
Gordon. Intermenl M' Slnal
KAPLAN. Samuel, 81, 1150 71st SI .
mi; Riverside
i KLEIN. Jack, 07. 401 Ocea MB.
Rivet i
, KRANZLER. Charles, 76, "f Holly-
w.....i Gordon
LAZAR, John :: Col im Ave.,
AIM. Rivi rsldi
levy. Bsthi r, 80 1030 i iii St.. MB.
Riven
SCHOEN, Sadye, B7, of Miami Levitt.
Interment Ml Sinai.
, silverman. Reuben, ot North Mi-
ami, Levitt,
spector. Irving I 74. 2:>;, Tlg( r
Tall Av< River idi
wirtzbaum. \, i-ii 78 noo James
Vve.. MU Rivet
ZAUSMER. Ii aac I l> Id, 7 425
I Una Ave MB Blasbi rg
JACOBSON, Aranika, 62, ol MB
Rlvi n Idi
NATHENSON, Ki....... N nf MB.
Riverside
SALEM, Bernard. 57 ol B Ni u-
man i : n di Sinai
SEIfeitelson. Nathan, :: ^.M
174th SI NMU Rlvi
SPARER. Lily, 61. ': MB
' SWEDLOW. Hal
Rd MB Ri i sld<
BACHRACH. Max, 74
Palmer's
Miami Monument Conipon/
3279 S.W. 8th Street, Miami
444-0921 4444)922
Closed On The Sabbcth
Personalized Memorials Custom
Crafted In Our Own Workshop.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
1he undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ARTHUR LEE Jit. WHOLESALE
MEAT at firiL'l S.W. C4th Street. S.
Miami. Fla Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court nf Dade Countv. Florida
JOSEPH B sniAfHTER
PHILIP LEITXF.R
4/6-13-tO-M
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HFRERY OiVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the firtitinus name of
ROYALE ENTERPRISES at Dade
County. Florida intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida.
MORTON' BRCKSEL
_ PHILIP LAPIDL'S
l>Mle Howard Herger
Attorney for annlleants
1121 City National Bank Bid*-,
atiaini. Fla.
3/ie-23-30,S
4fter serving tht- >rih I)nd- Community
ft.r lh<- past fi>- years, Mr. Sonny Levitt,
vice-president of Levitt Memorial
Chapels, i pleased to announce the
building of another new modern facility
to nerve Hroward County Jewish families.
Formal opening at 1921 Pembroke Road.
Hollywood, will be announced in the near
future. 0
Jie\JUt
Jllemorial C^napel
JIWISH IUNIHAI OIMCTOHS"
13385 WEST DIXIE HIGHWAY ,,(I?.BE BUILT)
NORTH MIAMI 1921 PEMBROKE ROAD.
PHILIP WEINSTEIN F.D. HOLLYWOOD. FLA.
SONNY LEVITT F.D.
__________947-2790_________
V/Mr* J r
HARRY GORDON
1903-1964
rust
THAT THE GOODNESS AND KINDNESS IN EMANUEL GORDON
AND HARRY GORDON WHICH HAS COMFORTED THOSE IN
NEED IN THEIR BEREAVEMENT WILL ALWAYS REMAIN WITH US
ICH
James J). Qer GORDON FUNERAL HOME


Friday, April 6, 1973

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Jeffrey Price
Brian Cohen
Todd Preston
I
Craig Shenkman

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TODD PRESTON
.To(ld Wanvn, son of Mrs.
anna Preston and David Pres-
will become Bar Mitzvah on
Iturday, April 7, in Temple
Eni.iiui El.
iTodd is a student of the after-
on religious school of Temple
nanu-El and a seventh grade
jdent at the Ida Fisher Junior
jh School. Todd is a boy scout
i has been awarded two com-
tndations fmrn the City Council
Miami Beach.
The celebrant will be honored
jith a Kiddush at Temple Emanu-
His grandmother. Mrs. Anna
pi man, will attend the event.
BRIAN COHEN
Jrian Peter, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Br.iel Cohen, will become Bar
Itzvah Saturday, April 7, in
emple Emanu-El.
Jrian is a student of the after-
Ill religious school of Temple
unu El and a seventh grade
lent at Nautilus Junior High
chool.
Brian's grandparents. Mr. and
ft. Samuel J. Cohen, will attend
event
The celebrant will be honored
rith a Kiddush at Temple Emanu-
II and a reception at the Eden
Boc Hotel.
b # ft
KOofiKI riARSuN
Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Barry Barson, 6889 SW 125th St.,
will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah
during services at Beth David Con-
gregation on April 7.
The celebrant is in the seventh
ffadc ;>t Palmetto Junior High
School -ni,| has atl> nded Beth
Bawl IL'tj-i \v School for six years
A reception at Kings Bay Conn-
JEFFREY PRICE
leifrev Ross Price will b" called
' to the Torah for his Bar Mitzvah i
! Saturday, April 7, at Temple Judea |
of Coral Gables.
Jeffrey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rob
ert N. Price of Miami, is a seventh i
grade student at Glades Junior'
High School, where he is a mem-'
ber of the Chess Club. Jeffrey will i
continue his religious education
through confirmation.
Mr. and .Mrs. Price ill host the
Kiddush in their son's honor and
Jeffrey's grandparents. Mr, arid
Mrs. Abram Price and Mrs. Cecille
Berk, local residents, and relatives
from New York will help him
celebrate the occasion.
& CRAIG SHENKMAN
Craig Lee. son of Mr. and Mrs
' Bernard Shenkman. 1600 SW 89tl.
PI., will be called to the Torah as
a Bar Mitzvah Saturday, April 7 I
at Temple Or Olom.
The celebrant i>. a student at'
Rockway Junior High Scho
where he is in the seventh grade.
and plays alto saxophone.
Cralg's parents will honor him
I at a dinner and reception in the
Balm ual Hotel Saturday evening.
Among honored guests will be his
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Abe
Brown and Mrs S. Shenkman.
Fine Arts of Beth David is fea-
turing the works of Mrs. Sylvia
Friedman opening with a recep
tion Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.
Mrs. Friedman's paintings have
been shown at the Lowe Art
Gallery, the Miami Art center
and the Mirell Gallery.
BAR MITZVAH PLANS
\ Begin With Your Invitation
We offer the finest in Ennroving and Thermograph)".
You will be delighted with our complete line of
Menus, Matches and all Table Accessories
Including Satin and Velvet.
An Appointment With Our Consultant Is Suggested
Smarti Parties, Inc.
523 Arthur Godfrey Road, Miami Beach 532-8111
CANTOR
SEEKS POSITION
Cantor or Cantor-Bar Mitzvah
Teacher. Excellent voice & Nu-
sach. Musical, is moving to
Florida. Cantor S.P., Box 2973,
Miami, Fla. 33101.
/
COMMUNITY
MEDICAL CENTER
T
SPACE
miuiu
North Miami
each W.d
i Hi(M* Stcctufil Mai Smw| if ti
. Sir Dtcttf. in Milly Mis u(
IDS. i ClBiitttlf itctritti
i Smtes mil ti mi iiti iaaeii
: ittht.
ItrtrM tihtaaii Jr.
CALL 379-1054 I
try
hoi
par
sor
Mi.
Club will be held in Robert's
i.iong guests will be his grand
rtts, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph'Bar-
and Mrs. Mildred Klein, all of
Campa
if. amps ./ Ihttini on
return l.ak?
M uualMMutf
NohIm uicrn fCfMuylvii ia
u
KENNETH BLOCK
S mini; seivires April
a' : lath \ shurun wl:i
|D< I i .: M:|/v ,i!i of K I
ne; K son <-.f Mr. and Mrs Sol '
Bl>" -.
i- in the seventh grade
of J ihn F. Kennedy Junior iii.-'ii
S.i j.ri.i \! S. !;.->: Is will !
Hpri.sor the Oneg Shabbal I llov
lag '"iidr.v ;ii?li!. services and the
Hkl<;u-!i Saturday morniny.
"here will be a reception and
din: i .i: .' the Deau .
vilh Hole! in Kenneth's honor.

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Total Plane and Bus Trip Is Four Hours.
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English and Western riding 7 miles of trails.
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We Are Pleased to Announce the Return (
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Friday, April 6. 1973
You can always depend on Food Fair!
REASONABLE PRICES FOR TOP QUALITY FOODS! A
U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN
CENTER CUTS $
ROAST m
U S CHOICE V,E STERN
$149
RIB STEAKS *1
U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF-BONELESS
Crossrib roast
LB.
SAVE 34
ON /
-' 2 PKGS.,..--''
ASSTD.
COLORS
WALDORF
BATHROOM
TISSUE
PKG. OF
4
ROLLS
LIMIT 2 PKGS. PLEASE WITH OTHER PURCHASES
OF $7 OR MORE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES!
A
SWEET
SAVINGS!
P.P. BRAND
GRANULATED
SUGAR
'MIT ONE BAG PLEASE WITH OTHER PURCHASES
OF $7 O* MORE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES!
BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE 18' ON 2 PKGS. P.P.. BRAND
1-LB.
PACKAGE
11MII 2 PKGS.. PLEASE. WITtf OTME*PURCHASES Of OH MORE. IxdublNGfOfcAWTTfi'-
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SAVE ON TRADITIONAL PASSOVER FOODS.1
FOOD
FAIR
SUPERMARKETS
PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU SUNDAY APRIL 8th
AT ALL FOOD FAIR & FREDERICHS STORES
EXCLUDING FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS
SAVE MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS.
V A. V YOURS WITH EVERY PURCHASE
ounTiPt COR BEAUTIFUL NAME BRAND G,:">
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SAVE 40 ^Wt
ON
~J 2 PKGS ..'
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OR
COLD POWER
LAUNDRY DETERGENT
49-OZ.
PKG.
L'M.T 2 PKGS. EITHER BRAND P'.EASE WITH OTHER
PURCHASES OF S' OR MORE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES'
U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN
CHUCK ROAST
TENDER
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COMPLETE WITH CAKE PAN
Goodman's Cake Mixes 'boxz
_ MRS ADLER S OR MANISCHEWITZ
68c White!ish & Pike GEF,lTE F,SH 2-A2 S9{
MOGEN DAVID OR MANISCHEWITZ TRADITIONAL
ALL
VARIETIES
WINES NOT AV(AIIALE AT FOOD FAIR .6*80 W. II AVE.. HIALEAH
DELICIOUS FLQ-SUN
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.FIFTH
BOTTLE
VITA CREAMED
SAVE 10c AMERICAN KOSHER
Herring or Party Snack ;j?.1 79c Franks or Knocks WM15
SAVE 6c GOLDEN QUARTERS DELICIOUS
Mrs. Filbert's Margarine pklgb 29c Master's Sour Cream c?KiU. 39c
SAVE 30 ALL FLAVORS SAVE 30 EACH SLICED WRAPPED
Master's Yogurt 6 SSS s1 Kraft Muenster Cheese \SS 49c
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SWEET CORN
n-oz.
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ONLY AT STORES WITH SERVICE COUNTERS. MADE WITH PURE VEGETABLE SHORTENING
ALL LUNCH MEATS SLICED TO YOUR ORDER. IN OUR MODERN BAKERY.
EARS
'OR SEASONING AT PASSOVER
Root Parsley
FOR PASSOVER
Fresh Horseradish
I
I SAVE 24c 10 RARE OR MFOIIIM
I Roast Beef Qutru 79c Danish Lemon Ring tg 55c
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I
^dewish Floridian
Miami, Florida Friday, April 6, 1973
Section C
Greater Miami High School In Israel
Program 'Enthusiastically Received'
The Greater Miami High Shcool grew out of the success of Fed food, instructional material and all
in Israel, a unique program now oration's 1972 Israel Study Tour trips within Israel,
being offered to Dade County pub- for High School credit, will be Further information may be ob-
below $1,000 for the June. 1973. tained by contacting Lillian Ross,
mmmmtmt quinmestor and under $900 for Ik Greater Miami High School in
* other quinmesters. This fee covers Israel Registrar, or in any public
S* round trip transportation, housing, high school office in Dade County.
JDC-Malben Grant To Help
Israel's Library For Blind
KAMI MORRIS KfPPEff
lie high school students, has been
met with unprecedented enthusi-
asm, according to Rabbi Morris
Kipper, director.
"We have received over 130
applications to participate in the
program, even though there are
only 40 openings for the first quin-
mester," he said.
The High School, which is being
sponsored by the Greater .Miami
Jewish Federation in cooperation
with the Dade County -Board oi
Public Instruction, will allow the
participants to earn high school
social science credit for a quin
mester of study and travel in
Israel.
"Outside sources of help are
also developing which may enable
us to expand our programming,"
the rabbi reported.
These sources include alloca-
tions from the Jewish Agency for
Israel, the Israel Ministry of Edu-
cation and Culture, Israel's Min-
istry of Absorption and a special
allocation from the Council of Jew-
ish Federations and Welfare Funds'
newly-created institute for Jewish
Life.
In addition, the U.S. State De-
partment has offered its services
in easing any customs problems
and the Directors of Beit Berl, the
site of the school, have offered
land for the construction cf new,
expanded facilities.
The staff of the Miami High
School in Israel will be led by
Rabbi Kipper, who was granted a
special leave for this purpose from
Temple Judea where he is spir-
itual leader.
The staff will also include
Arthur Kurtz, a Miami educator
now living in Israel, who will be
Dean of Students; David Lipman,
an advanced student at Hebrew
Union College and a specialist in
the history and archeology of
Israel; Rabbi James Ponet of Cin-
cinnati, who will intern under Mr.
Lipman and assume his duties in
the fall; Mrs. Lipman, who will
serve as the men's counselor and
Norman Enteen. an instructor
from the Dade County school sys-
tem; Sam Petacovsky, who will
serve asthe men's counselor and
Eliezar Livnat. an Israeli, now
heading the Hebrew Department of
Miami's Hebrew Academy, who
will be teaching the Ulpan pro-
gram.
According to A. B. Wiener,
chairman of Federation's Planning
Committee on Jewish Education,
"Two Israelis Rafi Rupin.
liaison between the Israel Ministry
of Education and Culture and the
Jewish Agency, and Nahum Sha-
mir, director of Beit Berl have
been particularly helpful to us in
establishing the high school."
The cost of the program, which
Israel's 20-year-old Central Li-
brary for the Blind, located in
Natanya, will undergo a major
expansion this year with the help
of a IL200.000 ($47,600) grant
made by Malben, tiie Joint Distri-
bution Committee program in
Israel.
The funds will be used for re-
cording on tape 100 additional
books in Hebrew and to transfer
d selected number of books from
^pes to cassettes. Some of the
money will aiso be used to help
needy persons purchase playback
machines.
"We have wanted to make the
move to cassettes for some time
since they are much easier to
handle, but tiie cost was prohibi-
tive," Mrs. Chaya Bchm director
of the library, said. "Our 600 sub-
scribers wanted a larger number
end a greater variety of be'ks.
plays, magazines and newspaper
aitides so that they might keep
up with current affairs and the
latest developments in the literary
and theater world.
"The expanded gram from JDC/
Malben, which has supported us all
through the years, will enable us
lo improve and broaden our serv-
ices."
JDC Malben is financed mainly
by the United Jewish Appeal.
The Librarys services are free
and include an extensive range of
books in Braille, which are sup
plied to primary and high schools,
prayer books in Braille are aiso
popular, especially during the
High Holiday:
"The demand for books in
Braille has been increasing and
we have added new publications,
including readers for preschool
and school children," Mrs. Boehm
noted. "A special feature of these
books is the combination of the
original printed books, including
the pictures, and the Braille,
which has been added. In this way,
a blind parent can read lo his
sighted child or grandchild, while
the child can enjoy listening to
the stories and look at the pic-
tures. Similarly, a blind child can
read the story in Braille, while
the sighted parent follows liis read-
ing."
The "talkingbook library" in-
cludes some 350 books taped in
Hebrew. There arc others in
English. French and German. Each
tape provides one hour's listening
time. The most popular toped book
continues to be the Cible, Mrs.
Boehm pointed out. It was re-
corded by the late Yehoshua
Bertonoff. the noted Habimah
actor, on 67 tapes. George Oi well's
"1984" is recorded in Hebrew on
11 tapes, while Alexander Solz-
henitsyn's "First Circle" required
25 tapes.
The Natanya Central Library is
one of the many forms of assist-
ance provided to blind Israelis by
JDC/Malben since the creation of
the State. The work of local asso-
ciations for and of the blind is now
coordinated by a voluntary Na-
tional Center for the Blind which
JDC helped organize in 1968
Among other projects the Center
assists are sheltered workshops, a
scholarship program. a school to
train eeing-eye dogs and an an-
nual Chanukah Candle Fund-
raising Campaign o i be'ialf of the
blind.
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Max Lerner
Sees It
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Miami Vice Mayor Rose Gordon presents Miami public
relations executive Morty Freedman with a plaque from, the
City Commission for his service as chairman of the city's
International Folk Festival held last July. The plaque noted
Freedman's "tireless dedication and enthusiasm in produc-
ing the first annual spectacular intensifying the goodwill
and understanding between all people of the city of Miami"
The City Commission voted to make the Folk Festival an an-
nual event and has reappointed Freedman as chairman
The 1973 festival will be held May 31-June 3 at Bayfrorrt
Park Auditorium. More than 50 national and ethnic groups
are expected to be represented.
REDDING, Calif The passionate ethnic movements of
the 1960s have carried over into the quieter '70s in the militanc
of embattled Indians at Wounded Knee, S.D. It is a delayed carry
over. But history's road to the current Wounded Knee is worth
following since it sheds considerable light on the very divers;
cultures of the Indians and their white conquerors.
No cosmetic words can gloss over the fact that the European
whitessettling in the East, pushing even farther West to the
Pacific took the land away from the Indians by force and frau There were two courses open to the Indians; to adapt them
selves or to fight. They were not good at adapting, and very g
at fighting, but the superior white weaponry foreclosed the out-
come. Even after Wounded Knee in 1890. usually regarded a-
the end of the wars, there were sporadic minor outbursts, includ-
ing one in the early part of the century here around Reddini;
The whole experience left a scar on the conscience of the whiter
and the consciousness of the Indians.
What makes it the more tragic is that it need not have hap-
pened that way. There was once the mentality of a Thomas Jef-
ferson as well as an Andrew Jackson. The Jackson approach was
one of a rough, no-nonsense belligerence: Get the Indians out of
their lands, by whatever means. The Jefferson approach wa=
gentler, more reasonable, respectful of Indian culture and identity
Jefferson's turned out to be the road not taken. Jackson s
was the road taken, and it led to Wounded Knee in 1890 and
again in 1973.
IT IS A CASE OF two diverse cultures, which turned each
other off, instead of enriching each other. Each is caught now in
its own neurosis: The Indians unable to come to terms wholl
either with city living or reservation living, veering betwecr
self-pity and militancy: the whites feeling their guilt, yet unable
to be truly generous.
The solution isif bath groups dare move toward it '
round out Indian autonomy on the reservations, to stop doini
things "for" the Indians and to help th-m do things for them
selves, and also to cast' the path of integration far those who
want to take it. This can't be done unless the Indians retain -
pride in their history, culture, identity, and unless the white-
develop a genuine respect for all three.
Needless to say. integration doesn't mean the melting po"
in the sense of liquidating the cultural differences. It means ac
cepting (he diversity of cultures and showing some hospitality
between them.
The demands of the Wounded Knee leaders declaring th?
independence of an Oglala nation and a state of war with the
United States are infantile. Indian history cannot be rolled
back and replaved. More likely, this represents some 80 per cer.t
rhetoric and 20 per cent bitterness Russell Means and the other
leaders of his tiny group express only a small segment of the
thinking of Indians. Himself a city Indian, he has in one sense
been integrated with the large culture outside, taking over it;
flair for publicity and the activist method of extreme dramat.c
demands which catch the headlines and the .magmat.on. Com-
pare this with the traditional Indian values of an eloquet dignity
between stretches of impassive silence.
AT BOTTOM, THE WOUNDED KNEE confrontation is a
phase in an internal struggle within Indian leadership group;
The militant AIM group has few roots in the cu.tural soil of tn
reservations. It will doubtless be strengthened if the stn.gel. n
Milts in some Indian martyrs of the federal blockade. A Senate
investigation, in many way: desirable, would also give the group
a national stage, which it needs. Bui however restless.and tatter
the Indians have reason to be the overwhelming weight of their
community is conservative, collective, traditional.
Denying that he meant to starve out the contingent at
WounS Knee, Federal Marshal Wayne ^nbtartrt j-t
-But I'm sure as hell planning to change their ifestyl* It wa,
, harness remark. Their lifestyle is the one great resource of the
1 Indians, more precious than the oil wells some of them
have. It is what they can contribute lo an integration cf the two
'"""wounded Knee come* sadly just at the point when many
voung whites are questioning the aggressive, acquisitive values
of their own culture and turning to the gentler Indian value, and
to the historic road not taken. ^________________
Bar Association Resolution
The Miami Beach Bar Associa-
tion has adopted the following reso-
lution signed by Howard Gross
president of the association, re-
garding the present proceedings af-
lecting the judiciary":
WHEREAS, the Miami Beach
Bar Association recognizes the ob-
ligation of the news media to dis-
seminate information of public in-
terest and in particular concern-
ing judicial investigations; and
WHEREAS, the Miami Beach
Bar Association recognizes its own
obligation to the judiciary, pursu-
ant to the code of professional re-
sponsibility to defend the judiciary
against unfair dissemination of
news in such matters;
NOW. THEREFORE. BE IT
RESOLVED: That the Miami
Beach Bar Association deplores
the unnecessary preindictment
repetitious commentaries made by
some of the media regarding these
matters: and be it further
RESOLVED: That the Miami
Beach Bar Association urges these
news media to engage in fair re-
porting of matters such as judicial
investigations in order to avoid
underminding public confidence in
the administration of justice.


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Friday, April 8,
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz (left) presents a scroll recognizing
their generous support to "angels" Dr. Samuel Greenfield,
Charles Sommer and Dave Alper.
Temple Mcnorah To Hold
First 'Angel Ball* April 29
Temple Menorah's first "Angel
Ball" Sunday. April 29. in 'he
Fontainebleau Hotel will honor
supporters of the Menorah Day
School, according to Robert L.
Siegel. president.
Angell for the ball, which will
be an annual event, include Mr.
and Mrs. Dave Alper. Mr. and Mrs
Hyman I. Cohen, Mr. and Mrs
Irwin Zuckerman. Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Sommer. Joe Rubin. Mr
and Mrs. Joseph Mansbach, Mr.
and Mrs. Howard II, Katzen. Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Warren. Mr. and
Mrs. Irwin 1. Conn, and Dr. and
Mrs Samuel Greenfield
, A cantata entitled "Israel A
, Promise and Its Fulfillment" dedi-
cated to the 25th anniversary of
the State of Israel, will be pre
sen ted by the students of the
Menorah Day School.
Proceeds from the dinner will
go towards maintenance of the
Menorah Day School.
The Menorah Day School, an
' accredited Solomon Schechter
School, has three grades in which
both English and Hebrew subjects
are taught. An additional grade
will be added each of the suc-
cessive years until a full program
of elementary school will be avail-
ble.
GMJF Giving
Passover Foods
To Institutions
When Miami's Jewish families sit
down to their Passover Seder Aoril
16. they w ill be joined in spirit and
celebration by Jewish residents of
local hospitals, nursing homes and
other institutions.
Under the auspices of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation, a
project is now underway to pro-
vide matzohs. wine, and other Pass
jver foods to those who misht not
be abe to celebrate the holiday
otherwise.
'Th?ir needs at Passover are the
same as the needs of other Jews."
said Federation president Robert
Russell, "and Federation has as-
sumed the responsibility of meet-
ing these needs."
April Is Open House Month
Aboard The TSS Fairwind
t "Welcome Aboard" is the invi-
tation being issued by Sitmar
Cruises.
April is "open House Month"
aboard the TSS Fairwind and the
puglic is being invited to visit the
. ship every Saturdav in April be-
i tween the hours of 11 a.m. and
j 1 p.m. at Port Everglades. Pier 3.
Boarding passes, available only
; through travel agents, will be re-
quired. In addition, a lucky couple
visiting the ship during the month
; will be awarded a 7-day deluxe
: Caribbean cruise aboard the Fair-
! wind. The travel agent responsible
for the winners' visit to the Fair-
wind will also receive a compar-
able trip for two.
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The program to provide Passover
food to Jews away from their fami '
lies during the holiday will be co-
ordinated by Federation's Commu-
nity Chaplaincy Service.
According to Rabbi Solomon
Schiff. CCS director. "We are now
determining who and where these
people are. and the program will ]
be completed before the first
Seder." .
The teen department of the YM
YWHA of Greater Miami is work-
ing closely with the CCS. as are
student! from the Hillel Jewish
Student Center at the University
of Miami.
For over thirty-five years, families
have heen relying on Planters Oil
for all their Kosher cooking.
()n 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
thistradition.il Passover recipe
and see what we mean. Cook it with
Kosher and l'arve Planters Oil.
And Happy Passover.
ORANGE HONEY CHICKEN
Makes 4-6 servings
1 (4-pound) chicken, cut in serving pieces
12 orange
2 teaspoons ground ginger
Pinch salt
Vi cup Planters Peanut Oil
\ 'a cup honey
Orange slices
Rub chicken pieces with half orange.
Sprinkle with teaspoon ground ginger and
salt. Combine Planters Peanut Oil. honey
and remaining 1 teaspoon ginger. Arrange
chicken in baking diah aDd brush w ith
honey mixture.
Roast in moderate oven 050 F.) 1 \'i to
2 hours, basting occasionally with the
honey mixture. Garnish with orange ilices
before serving.
All public rooms and facilities
as well as cabins in different rate
categories wiil be open for inspec-
tion and the famous Fairwind hos-
pitality will be extended to visitors.
Giorgio A. Latiro. chairman of
Sitmar Cruises, explains: "The
facilities and conveniences offered
by the Fairwind are so detailed
and numerous, would-be cruise
passengers will enjoy the experi-
ence of visiting the 2;,000-ton
; 'uxury vessel before booking their
j cruise. People shop for an auto-
mobile, a house or even a pair of
shoes. Why not shop for a cruise?
! We're inviting the pubc to see
| our product."
The Fairwind sails from Port
Everglades on a Saturds. weekly
< departure schedule and visits San
Juan. St. Thomas. Santo Domingo
and Port-au-Prince Its s.,ter ship,
jthe TSS Fairsea. is pos'/aned on
the West Coast, and crtises to
'Mexico and Central Air.-iica and
to Canada and Alaska.
Home based in Mont Carlo.
Sitmar Cruises' head office in the
United States >s located at 3303
Wilshire Blvd.. Los An?e'es Re-
gional sales office are atel located
in New York, Chicago, Miami.
; Dallas. Denver, Settle, San Fran-
I cisco. Toronto and Vancouver.
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Consul General
Luncheon Host
Consul General of Israel, Benja- Participants will be received by
min Bonney, was to be host at a the Presided ot Israel, Zalnian
press lunehbori: in the ft'dyarSXiite"'Sh'aiar. dHtl Prime Minister Golda
Meir, The mayor of Jerusalem,
Teddy Kollek, and members of the
Knesset (Parliament) will hold a
luncheon. After a visit to the open
bridges between Israel and Jordan.
Defense Minister Moshe Dayan
will host a luncheon or dinner to
mark the occasion.
Foreign Minister Abba Eban will
entertain the party, and Dr. Abram
Biran. director of archaeology and
museums, will give a lecture on
ancient sites and recent digs.
Visits will also be made to Ma-
sada, Jordan, the Dead Sea, \ isa-
reth, Galilee, Tel Aviv and other
placi s, Two days and one night
will be spent in a kibbutz, sharing
the life of its membt rs Also
planned is a women's army base
visit with the commander of Worn
en's Corps
For further information call Mrs.
Mori Fremon, pu relal tons tiai
son for the Consulate ( neral of
Israel.
Passover Festival Saturday, April 12 To Feature BBY
The inaugural Passover Festi-
val of the B'nai B'rith Foundation,
which will be held Saturday eve-
ning. April 21, at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel, will feature members
of the I! nai B'rith Youth Organi-
zation and the llillel Foundation
at the University of Miami. Mur-
ray"A. Shaw is chaimian'of the
committee.
Representing the AZA (B'nai
B'rith boys) and B'nai B'rith Girls,
will be Jan Berkelheinier. Iris
Rosenberg. Marsha Zaiac, Lenny
Sokolow, and Etan Grunwald.
Moishe Shopsin and Jeff Block will
represent the University of Miami,
llillel Foundation.
Dr. William A. Wexler, honor-
ary president of B'nai B'rith, and
chairman of its International Coun-
cil, will be guest of honor at the
banquet which will feature a musi-
cal program in which B'nai B'rith
youth will take part. The youth
services of B'nai B'rith include a
national program on behalf of over
230 llillel foundations on college
campuses and 1.100 youth groups
in American communities.
The principal purpose of the or-
ganization is to afford Jewish youth
a medium for identity and cul-
tural development. These activi-
ties are maintained and promoted
through the B'nai B'rith Founda
tion of the United States and are
also supported by special grants
Jfiom the Miami Jewish Federa-
tion.
The function will also honor
; members of the B'nai B'rith Presi
dents and Century Clubs who have
made commitments for special eon-
tiibutions on behalf of B'nai B'rith
Youth Services. Also serving 0n
the committee are Bert Bi
Fred Chekanow. Col. Phil Cohen'
Mel Feigeles, Al Golden, Sol K
Sol Klein, George Kotin, Joe Uu -
ray, Judge Ted Nelson. Judge How-
ard Neu. E. Albert Pallet, Sidney
Bitter, Burnett Both, Sjd SfJJ
bach. Jack Spenms. Leo Steinnu i,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sussman, David
Tow and Alan Wilson.
Reservations may be made at the
office of the B'nai B'rith Foi >
tion.
' Community Observing 30th Anniversary Of Uprising
The date for the community's! ""''>' WaU- 'IK'1"*1- of the N 9
u t .u omu Ycrk Jewish Educational Bo I
observance of the 30th anniversary r r>- 11 1 ,u
of Directors, will speak on the .- .:
Of the holocaust and the Warsaw nif|cance f ghetto uprising in
ghetto memorisation has been Jewish history, A. Krashinsky,
set for 10 a.m. Wednesday at rec eomposer and singer, will pre* nt
reation department building, 80th a Si.|,.ctiotl of gheUo _,,, ,
Street and Collins Avenue. Yom Marcus Meisel will recite poems on
Hashah (Day of Remembrance) the holocaust b> Kazenelson, Suz-
will be observed there. kewer and Jacob Glad tein,
KNMMIN BOMNtl
(Tower 4) of the Sheraton-Four
A ,; ssad' Hotel, Thursday noon -----------------------
Invited guests are women Journal- Ohev Shalom Ladies Meet
ists and writers, also women in
communi< itions.
Air. Bonney will introduce Mrs.
Ada Cohen of the Embassy of Is-1
r...l in Washington, D.C., who will
discuss the World Conference of
Women Journalists and Writers in
Jerusalem June l~-27 when semi
nars will be held on the Problems
of Modern Society.
The Sisterhood of Ohev Shalom
Congregation '.'. ;-- li a business
meeting in the : na ioci il
hall Wednesday at 1 p.m. The
main item on the agenda is the
adoption of the Sisterhood Con-
stitution. Members are urged to
attend.
sn honor of Passover.
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Friday. April 6, 1973
Judge Ciment Resigns Post
Judge Norman Ciment of Dade
County's Industrial Claims Court is
resigning to resume his law prac-
tice as a partner with the firm of
Grover, Ciment, Weinstein &
Stauber, P.A. and his private busi-
ness, and also to servo on a spe-'
cial state council to which he was
recently appointed.
Judge Ciment, whose term still'
has two years to go. was named
with other prominent Floridians to
the Florida Council of International
Development by Lieut. Gov. Tom
Adams.
The council was organized to as
sist linns throughout the state In-
international commerce, it plans to
show the Florida companies how
to make themselves attractive to
business abroad, and how to ex-
change ideas and even representa-
tives with firms in foreign coun-
tries, especially in Rurope, South
America and the Orient. Ciment's
experience in his own importing
company was a factor in his being
named to the council.
An important event in the coun-
cil's plans will be its participation
in the first Governor's Conference I
on World Trade, to be held in
Miami May 22 and 23.
Other area men appointed to the
Florida Council of International
Development include Elton J. Gist-
sendanner. Benjamin Atkins. Gui
I.. P. Govaert, Frank Smathers. Jr..
William L. Pallot. Lee K. Spencer,
and Don Shoemaker.
Judge Ciment's resignation be-
came effective March 31.
Rabbi Harrv Joh To (lose Series At Beth Sholom
Rabbi Harrv Jolt. Beth Sholom j the rabbinate for 40 years. He is he was ordained at the Jewish
auxiliary rabbi, will close the I at present rabbi emeritus at Con-. Theological Seminary of America,
Coffee. Culture and Conversation \ mjgatioa Beth Judafa of Ventnor and holds the degrees of Master of
I
Series of the season on Sunday at
10:30 a.m. at the temple. James
s. Knopke is CCC chairman.
N. J.
, Hebrew I iterature and Doctor of
I Divinity from that institution.
Mrs. Miriam Malina (left) Trustee B'nai B'rith Women North
Dade Chapter, Mrs. Ronald lay, president B'rai B'rith Wom-
en North Dade-Broward Council and Mrs. Herman Mordes,
BBYO chairman, B'nai B'rith Women Me Ami Chapter, ex-
amine the latest B'nai B'rith Youth Organization program
aid on Soviet Jewry. B'nai B'rith Women locally have under-
taken a new in-depth alliance with 30 youth chapters they
sponsor.
A graduate of the Teachers In I Rabbi Jolt's topic is "The F,ig
-----r...... A graduate oi me leacners n i KaDDl johs iPjC is ine
Rabbi To!t ^as been active in !*ute of !he ttshlvi Bflrfersfty r*tprfte1ir Jewttn trfeToday."
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Spread it on thick. Fresh Philadelphia Brand Cream Cheese
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Among the hostess chairmen for the April 28 Scholarship
Ball of the Lehrman Day School of Temple Emanu-El are
these leaders of the black-tie dinner-dance to be held in
the Friedland Ballroom. From left are Mrs. Al Podvin. Mrs.
Albert Davidson and Mrs. Lester Mishcon.
Dolls for Democracy display chairman; Met-
ropolitan Dade County Commissioner Harry
Cain; Mrs. David Hollander, president B'nai
B'rith Women of Coral Gables; Ben J. Guil-
ford II, assistant director of the system.
An exhibit of "Dolls of Democracy" is on dis-
play at the Main Library of the Miami-Dads
Public Library System March 15 to April 15
courtesy of the B'nai B'rith Women of Coral
Gables. From (left to right) Mrs. David Sachs,
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Women's Auxiliary, Florida Committee, Sports for Israel,
was formulated by Mrs. Philip Thau, chairman, (right) and
cochairmen Mrs. Milton Sirkin (left) Mrs. George Valentine
seated (center) and Mrs. Philip Cohen (standing). Mrs. Thau
has scheduled a board of directors meeting at the Crystal
House, April 10, at 10 a.m., where an official film of the
i965 Maccabiah Olympics will be shown.
Massachusetts Club To Hold Meeting April 12
The Massachusetts Club of
G eater Miami will hold a regulai
meeting Thursday. April 12. nt
8 p.m. in the Bel Airc Hotel, 6513
Collins Ave Miami Beach.
Dramatic artist Sarah Heller will
entertain the elub. Refreshments
will be served after the entertain
ment. Members and friends are
invited to attend says Mrs. George
Ginsberg, president.
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this one at a luncheon meeting with tuna salad, cut up vegetables,
sweet rolls and coffee.
5 extra large i
_. stick margarine
1 tap. vanilla
K, cup sugar
10 oz. broad noodles
1 lb. cottage cheese with
peaches
'. cup sour cream
Boil noodles in salt water according to package directions.
Drain Add margarine and eggs to hot noodles and mix. Stir in
all remaining ingredients and mix well. Pour into greased 9 x 13-
inch pan. Bake at 350 for one hour or until brown.
V.IM ED VEAL IX WINK SA1 IK
eight years In Zurich, Swit*
. .; -h,.. i to cook -one of th. Swiss dishes. This is
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ti tastes.
2 tbls. parve margarine 1 cup white wine
1 onion, diced '- ,emon
" lb. mushrooms, thl I ':- cops hoof broth
2 |bs. vea ler, cubed dash of salt and pepper
2 tbls. I medium tomato, cubed
- an l mushrooms in margarine over medium
Vd veal and saute until lightly browned. Sprinkle flour
i .,, :r si ire and stir. Add wine and lemon juice, mixing until
;,, salt and pepper; reduce flame Simmer 40
is tender Add tomato: cook five minutes
nger. Si rve with rice or n.....lies. Serves five-
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* Jewish tier Mian
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'.',
Israel Histadrut foundation Luncheon For Hollywood-Hallandale
April 12 Seminar At New Holiday Inn
Lists Financial Expert Sam Shulsky
Sam Shulsky, nited author of the
nationally syndicated column. "In-
vestor's Guide'' will be featured
SAM SHULSKY
speaker April 12 at a Forum on Fi-
nancial Planning at the new Holly
woci Holiday I in, 40 South
Ocean Dri\e.
The 10 S.rfl. session, which will
be followed bj luncheon for all
(hose attending the forum, will
open the National Spring Confer-
ence of the Israel Histadrut Foun-
dation. Dr. Leon Kronish, rabbi of
Temple Beth Sholom in Miami
Beach is national chairman of the
board of the Is ael Histadrut Foun-
dation.
Mr Shulsky, a former financial
editor of New York daily news-
papers and national wire ervice..
is past president of the New York
Financial Writers Association. His
column appears in New York, Mi-
ami Beach and across the nation
through King Features Syndicate.
Following the luncheon whicb
is free but for which reservations
are required individual consul-
tations on personal financial plan-
ning will be given by Mr. Shulsky
and by Dr. Sol Stein of New York.
Dr. Stein, national president of
the Israel Histadrut Foundation
and a renowned economist, will
share the platform with Mr. Shul-.
sky at the opening 10 a.m. session, j
Ambassador Jacob Barmore. Is ;
rael's envoy to the United Nations
and one of his nation's most elo-,
quent spokesmen, will be the prin-
cipal speaker at the closing session
slated for 8 p.m. All of the confer-
ence's meetings will be held at
the new Hollywood Holiday Inn. j
Mr. Shulsky has covered Wall1
Street for more thau 30 years, and'
at one time updated the stock mar
ket story five times a day for a
major wire service. A graduate ot'
the University of Rochester, he
did graduate work at New York
University.
Four books are among the wri-
ting-- of Mr. Shulsky. Included are
"Stock Buying Guide," "Vocational
Opportunities in Finance." "In-
vesting for Your Future," which is
revised periodically, and most re-
. cently, "Investment Guide for
Women "
The Israel Histadrut Foundation
is the agency which raises funds
through wills, bequests, annuity
i trusts, annuity funds, income funds
and other forms of deferred giving
for the health, educational and
welfare programs of the Histadrut
in Israel.
The Histadrut, Israel's General i
Federation of Labor, operates a!
nationwide medical network, the
Kupat Holim. This service pro
\ ides health care for more than 70;
per cent of Israel's population.
be
More than 1,150,000 persons
long to Histadrut in Israel.
The April 12 session will include
such topics as "Stocks, Bonds and
Mutual Funds, Are They For You?"
Other items will include "How to
Increase Your Spendable Income,"
"Your Estate and Taxes: Pitfalls in
Drafting a Will" and "Helping
Yourself While Helping Israel."
Pressler Paintings At
Temple Beth Sholom
Paintings, drawings and graphics
by Stephen Pressler will be shown
at the Lowe-I.evinscn Art Gallery
of Temple Beth Sholom begin
Friday at 9:30 p.m.. after set
The exhibition will be on vie I
until April 28.
Mr. Pressler has taught compo-
sition, drawing, watercolor ai I
painting at the Florida State Uni-
; versity. His work has been ex-
hibited at the Florida State Fair,
i 1968 traveling exhibition, national
I exhibition for small paintings,
; Purdue University, and at an invi-
tational group showing of Young
j American Realist Painters at the
| Galleria il Fante di Spade in Rome
1 in 1972.
ISRAEL
WHAT DO YOU
KNOW ABOUT
A forty week quiz, marking the 25th anniversary
celebration of the birth of Israel, has DM0 pre-
pared for this and other member papers of the
American Jewish Press Association by the Depart-
ment of Education and Culture of the American
Section of the World Zionist Organization._____
QUIZ TWENTY THREE
1, Where in Israel would one look for Lot's wife who ac-
cording il'le turned into a pillar of salt?
2 W hat tree was planted in Israel to help dram the swamps"
3 What two authorities deal with the state lands'
A Name to principal areas which were drained of swamps.
5. is Israel self sufficient in producing its food needs,
t; Wha ire the State of Israel Bonds?
7 What U the enlarged Jewish Agency for Israel: What i.
teTw2rS?tN four major departments of the World
^KtKLn next national election ke ,M
ll u ,1 rial in Israel brought to the fore the great tragedy
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answers 10 see how well you scored.
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Friday, April 6. 1973
Rabbinic Law Gives Precedents
For New Israel Legal System
By Special Report
?KW -YOR1C Precedents
drawn from traditional Jewish law
are being integrated into the le-
g&j system of Israel on a casc-bv-
casr basis, a member of Bar-Ilan
Unversit/s Yaacov Herzog Law
School faculty reports.
and has both LL.M. and J.D. de-
included 'in students- easettooki
SyOlOt at a reception given > honor by the Lawyers' Commit-
tee of Bar-Ilan University.
Law Schl students at Bar-
Ilan must take at least one course
in Jewish law each year of their
studies. Prof. Neeman noted. In
The courts are findmg that ta I ff^VS^S
.Teas where Israe s laws may ;ttlu edI. ^ ^
s,;.: be unclear centuiies-old.ab- ^ do researcn ,, thls
Mn!c "Rer-onsa may offer a valid couraro
arif1 useful basis for deciding 20'h area
m ruwi le'al problems." Prof, then
V. "v Neeman declared. j To mate_2**Z*Jg*JT
yal precetients more readily avaii-
Traditiona: precedent are not ab|e Bar-Ilan has not only under-
l Ited t<< tach matters as mar- ,akcn to st0re the "Response"
riaee and divorce, or the legal am! other literature m taped
within the framework
elective seminars.
of
definition of Jewtohness," he no-
I "For example, "Responsa"
-leg on Rabbinic Law) are
i. being found to offer a u'd
on the prosaic, but very time-
I; ibject of Illegal business con-
LS, What makes this search
: ,-alid precedents so Important
Is that after only 25 years <>:
, ti nee, the I"-'"' system <>f Is-
is still In flux, still evolving
developing.
; ar-Ilan University Is encour-
the study of Jewish law and
levance to current life not
as a practical matter, but
. a,( ,, its basic purpose ol
n as a bridge between mod-
el Israel an.! oar Jewish hei I-
F of Neemar., who has studied
, ensively tn the United Stal *
"That is another way in which
Bar-Ilan is making a contribu-
tion to Israel's legal system"."
Prof. Neeman declared. 'Because
our laws are still evolving from
the British Mandate legal system.
we cannot foresee which legal
precedents may yet prove rele-
vant. We have therefore collected
not only American materials and
"Responsa" literature, but cases
from British and Commonwealth
law, from India and West Ger-
many, and even from many of the
developing African nations."
CJA-IEF Drive On WCKT Ch. 7
On Sunday, the Greater Miami
tpwish Federation and its 1973
CJA-IEF campaign will be spot-
,ighted on The Still Small Voice."
The 30-minute television broadcast
will be seen at 10 a.m. on WCKT.
Ch. 7. It deals with Greater Miami's
role in Jewish survival, as reflected
in its response to the Federation's
1973 CJA-IEF campaign.
The needs of Jews in this com-
munity and throughout the world
are the focus of a panel discussion,
moderated by Rabbi Leon Kronish,
spiritual leader of Miami Beach
Temple Beth Sholom and associate
general chairman of the 1973 cam-
paign. Panel members include 1973
campaign chairman Harry A. Levy,
vice chairman Eli Timoner. and as-
sociate general chairman Norma C.
Kipnis, all leaders of Greater Mi-
ami's Jewish community.
Discussed in the course of the
program will be the urgency of
the campaign's success, as it bene-
fits a network of 30 local, national
and overseas agencies and services.
Equally important, in a broadcast
only one week before Passover, is
the contemporary 'Exodus" of
Jews from the Soviet Union, a mat-
ter of primary concern to all Jew-
ish communities in the United
States and the free world.
"memory banks,'" but is also de-
veloping high-speed computer
techniques for the retrieval of le-
gal information from the tapes.
In addition. Prof. Neeman no-
ted, in the 2'= years since the
Law School was founded In 1970,
II has built up a library of some
30,000 volumes, including what
> r-.-ont American visitor .a
librarian from a major univer-
sity called "the finest collec-
tion of American legal materials
outs 1 the United States."
The sweetest part of the Seder.
Manischewilz
FOR PASSOVER <
Pioduced under strict Rabbinical supervision. Certificate on request.
Cr.arles Weissman, president cf
Temple Beth Moshe will be;
fcor.ored with a special tribute
c '.he temple's annual dinner-
rience Saturday at the Fon-
tc!r.ebleau Hctel.
S^cney Musher of New York
has been named to receive the
1973 S. Y. Agnon Gold Medal,
the highest national distinction
oi American Friends of the He-
brew University May 23. He
vies cited for his "outstanding
service to community better-
ment and commitment to high
ideais for the benefit erf man-
tod."
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*Jvi%tthri4ki,n
/age JW2
Outstanding Citizens Award
Nominations Being Accepted
Cedars' Auxiliary To Elect Officers
Nominations are being accepted
tLirough Saturday for the 26th an-
nual Dade County Outstanding Cit-
izens Awards to be presented
Thursday, April 26. at a noon
luncheon in the Dupont Plaza
Hotel. Two persons will be se-
lected from the candidates to be
Dade County's man and woman of
the year.
Nominations should be sent to:
Outstanding Citizens Award,
1972
c/o Mi. Melvin J. Haber
Suite 239
Secuntj Trust Building
Mian,. Florida 33132
The Award recognizes the one
DIM am: one woman who have
qualifier! by performing the most
outstanding single function for the
g iH and welfare of the Dade
County community for the year
1372.
Award judges are: George
Beebe, Associate Publisher. Miami
Herald: Halph Renick, vice pres-
ident, WTVJ-TV; and Fred Sho-
Publisher and Editor. Jew
i-h Floridian.
Josept M. Lipton. Chairman of
the Bor.rd. Dadr Federal Savings
and I.ii. Association Is patron ot
ev< I with Sholem Lodge
Ij24, B'nai B'rith. as the event'.-.
nsor.
The nominees include the follow-
ing:
Dr. (ailos J. Arbol^a. by thi
Latin Chamber ot Commerce, "foi
furthering international relation5
with oui >ountry and Central and
S?uth America."
Mrs. Oemence Bellmaji. by
Parkwa> Children- CVnter and
Mizrach; Women's Organization of
America, "lor makirg ^pportuni-
ties happen for children of ail
races and creed*."
Dr. Bernardo Benes. by Greater
Miami Coalition, Centro Mater and
tin- Ebony Civic Club, "has exem-
plified the true spirit of Amer-
k tnism "
Diana (Mrs. Norman) Elson, by
Temple Beth Am. "for her seivice
tj thousands of sick people of all
3-Day Conference
On Aging Planned
A one-day Conference on Aging
for South Florida senior cH'zens
will be held by Sen. Lawton Chiles.
R Fla.. m Miami April 24.
The conference will be open to
senior citizens from nine counties
Dade. Broward. Palm Beach,
Martin. Si. Lucie. Glades. Monroe,
Hendry and Collier.
It is cbvious that we need bet
t r two-way communication be-
tween our elderly and the local,
state and federal officials who arc-
supposed to be trying to assist
them," Sen. Chiles said. 'This
meeting will give senior citizens an
opportunity to voice their con-
cerns and at the same time gain
tome worthwhile information from
the officials."
A similar conference, held in
St. Petersburg Jan. 12, was at-
tended by 1,200 persons with about
70 representatives of local, state
and federal agencies on hand to
provide information and listen to
the senior citizens.
Participants at that meeting di
vided into three groups to deal
with different topic, of concern.
The first group considered prob-
lems of housing and transporta-
tion, the second dealt with employ
ment, retirement and social serv-
ices and the third with health care
needs.
Sen. Chiles said the meetings
provide mm, as a new member of
the Senate Special Committee on
Aging, with "a lot of valuable in-
put."
races and denominations."
Louis 1.. Gottlieb, nominated by !
Employ the Handicapped Commit-1
ces of Metropolitan Dade County-
he lives in a wheel chair, but his
Inve to help a fellow man is un-
believable."
Chester Leiter, by the Israelite
."enter; "heart patient himself, he
s an active volunteer worker for
he Heart Association of Greater
Miami."
Larry Little (Miami Dolphins),
ul Pro-Lineman, by Leo Steinman.
i recipient of the DCOCA, "for his
vork with disadvantaged kids of
all races, creeds and colors."
E. Albert Pallot, by the City of
Miami Committee on Ecology and I
Beautiflcation, "for his citizens-
action to preserve Miami's natural
resources and plan for its growth."
Dr. Henry King Stanford, by ;
Mrs. E. D Pearce, recipient of the
DCOCA, "because of his great
humanitarian service for all man-
kind."
Archie Stone, by the late Betty
Ward. DCOCA recipient, "for his
dedication to the recreational ac-
'ivities of underprivileged chil-
dren of our country."
The Auxilians of Cedars of Leb-
anon Hospital arc combining art
with public service.
They plan to elect their new of-
ficers at a "Coffee and Danish"
brunch to take place in the Lowe
Museum at the University of Miami
Tuesday.
As an added treat, members will
be escorted on a tour of the mu-
seum, and hear a talk on the exhi-
bition of international glass and
sculpture which opened this week.
President Mrs. Byron Sparber,
who recently turned over a check
for $17,000 to hospital president
S. K. Bronstein, representing their
fund-raising efforts for the past
year, says they will allocate all
monies towards the big building
program now under way.
Jazz Quintet At Sinai
Ira Sullivan and his Jazz Quin-
tet will appear at Temple Sinai of
North Dade Sunday, April 15, at
8:15 p.m., concluding the temple'?
Fine Art Series. Rabbi Ralph
Kingsley is spiritual leader ot the
temple.
in honor of Passover.
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FOR PASSOVER
Produced under strict Rabbinical supervision. Certificate on request.

Your matzo
never had it
Breakstone
When you sit down to enjoy a crisp matzo,
it's nice to know 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 mention mixing,
scooping and dipping.)
Kosher for Passover: Creamed Cottage Cheese. California
Style Cottage Cheese. Tiny Soft Curd Cottage Cheese.
Pot Style Cottage Cheese, Farmer ^eese, Temp-Tee
Whipped Cream Cheese. Sour Cream Sweet Whipped14
Sweet Print Butter. Certified by Rabb. Jacob Cohen,
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vJewlst fhrkliar
Friday, April 6, 1973
o n t u r *. J Dual Theme For
S. B. Liebman Reappointed Women>8 League
Adjunct Research Scholar Donor Luncheon
> Tim Wnmm's I.eaeue for Isra
Seymour B. Liebman, local his
t.-rian, author and university lec-
turer, has been reappointed adjunct
>earch scholar for 1973-74 at the
Institute of Inter-American Affairs
-rt the University of Miami's Center
tov Advanced International Stud-
it i, This marks his third appoint-
ment.
Mr. Liebman is presently serv-
ing as president of the Jewish His-
.toiical Society of South Florida
nnd hook critic for the Jewish
I oridian and other publications.
Mr. Liebman was invited to sub
mit a paper for the Ninth Inter-
i i onal Congress of Anthropologi
Happenings
Cal B. Rosenbaum has been
named director, Corporate Risk
I inagemenl and Insurance, VVo-
metco Enterprises. Inc., accord-
fug to an announcement made
bp Stanley L. Stern, senior vice
president in charge of real es-
late and insurance. Mr. Roscn-
iaum joined Womctco in 1963
as executive assistant to the sen-
ior vice president.
# ft ft
Chuck Zink. widely known
personality in South Florida, a
producer-director of T.V. and
t'lm features and member of
many community boards am'
ervice organisations Will serve
as master of ceremonies at the
official dedication ceremonies of
the new building of the North
Hade Children's Center Sunday,
ct 3:30 p.m. The new facility,
i watefl at 4431 NW 167th St. off
..ne Palmetto Expressway, w;!l
occommodale 75 retarded chil-
dren who are further handi-
capped by blindness, deafness,
'moiional and severe behavorial
problems.
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cal and Ethnological Sciences
1 which will be held in Chicago be-
ginning Aug. 28. His paper, "The
Jews as an Ethnic Group in the
Americas in the 16th and 17th
Centuries," has been accepted and
will be read and published. Two
new Liebman books will appear in
I September. The first, The Inquisi-
i tors and the Jews in the New
' World, University of Miami Press,
and the second is The Great Auto
De Fe of 1649, to appear under
the colophon of Coronado Press.
In addition, the Latin American
branch of the World Jewish Con-
gress i printing, in Spanish, his
lengthy monograph on two fcreat
Jewesses who were martyrs of the
Inquisition in the New World.
Mr. Liebman, whose article. "The
Great Consjiracy in Mexico in the
17th Century" will appear in the
July issue of "The Americas."
which ;s published by the Academy
of American Franciscan History,
will conduct a week-long seminar
at Bishop College, Dallas, Tex., on
th history of Latin America next
July.
The Women's League for Israel, i
Lincoln Miami Beach ChaDter. will :
hold its donor luncheon on Wed
nesday at noon in the Eden Rer
Hotel. The day will have a dual \
theme:" the TVth anniversary of
Israel and the 45th anniversary of
the Women's League for Israel.
Program for the gala will fea-
ture a film in color. "Investment in
Youth," by the Women's League
for Israel, and raconteur Mrs
Charlotte Cooper.
Mrs. Shirley Nathanseon is
chairman of the function, and Mrs.
Fran Resnick is league president
The league has provided homes
i and schooling for those who
needed them years before Israel
; was recognized as a State. League
chapters have helped build homes
in Tel Aviv. Haifa. Nathanya,
Jerusalem and Mt. Scppus.
Providing dormitories for wom-
en, cafeterias, end the Rose
Isaacs Chair in Sociology at the ,
Hebrew University has earned the
League the name of "Partners in
Progress."
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Page 12-C
+Jen is* ftcridfiatfJ
Fiiday, April 6, 1973
-
U-M Sponsoring
Fourth Assembly
"The United States and the Carib-
bean" will be the subject of the
fourth University of Miami Amer
lean Assembly at the Sheraton
POUT Ambassadors Hotel in Miami
\ ..I 26-29. .......
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Fontainebleau Park Sales
Tcp $15.5 Million In Year
Fontainebleau Park, a eondo- club" communities has an Olympic-
Trinium and townhou.se develop- sized pool, complete sundeck, and |
ment at 275 Fontainebleau Blvd..! an all-purpose recreation building
near W. Flagler Street and 88th which contains saunas and gyms, i
Avenue, celebrated its first anni- Most have two tennis courts, and
versary Feb. 18 by topping the' bass-stocked lakes dot the park.
$15.5 million maik in sales, ac | offri" opportunities for fishing
cording to Jim Otteun. director and sailing.
of marketing. Some o20 of its 647
units had been purchased Fontainebleau Park, said to
New condominiums, townhouses "have the advantages of a club in
end rental units are continually the country" is only 10 minutes'
being built to meet the demand. from downtown Miami. It is being
IS li'LS/'LSLJSrSLlwn by Trafalgar Developers of
Eight Caribbean nations will be
'" n presented among participants in
the discussion sessions and final
plenary session of the assembly.
sponsored by U-M and The Amer-
I ican Assembly of Columbia Uni-
versity according to president
Henry King Stanford, chairman of
the Southeast American Assembly.
Miami attorney Marshall Langer
is chairman of the assembly advis-
ory committee; codirectors from
U-M are Dr. M. Robert Allen, dean,
division of continuing education;
Dr. John A. Harrison, dean of the
faculties: Dr. John P. Harrison,
director, division of inter-Amor- .
ican studies. Center for Advanced-1
International Studies, Mrs. Pris-
cilia Perry, assistant director. Cen-
ter for Urban and Regional Studies.
Florida.
ready or under construction, and
when the 600-acre development is
00 u,,its Voters Meet Tuesday
The Oakwocds condominium' '
townhouses offer six basic floor
plans ranging from a two-bedroom, ia> at 8 P m- at the Washington
two-bath model to a three bedroom. Federal. 1234 Washington Ave
2'=-bath model with a garage. All Harry Levy is president of the ]
townhouses face either the fair ; organiza,jon. Guest speakers will
ways of the championship Fon-
Keynote speaker for the assem-
bly will be Dr. Jaime Benitoz. rep
tesentative of the Commonwealth
of Puerto Rico to the U.S. Con-,
gress. Poet and playwright Derek
Walcott of Trinidad, who directs l
the major theater company in the
English-speaking Caribbean, will |
be dinner speaker Friday night.
April 27; Saturday night, Con- j
grcssman Dante Fascell will be
the dinner speaker.
These youag women of "Prelude" an arm of the Wom-
en's Guild under the auspices of the Greater Miami Phil-
harmonic went nautical for their recent fund-raising com-
mittee meeting. Mrs. David Barrett (left) Mrs. Dennis Gould
(standing) Mrs. William Daniel, Mrs. Thomas Ferguson and
Mrs. Howard Margolius were planning the organization's
April 14 event, "Music at an Exhibition," at Lowe Art Mu-
seum where a Caribbean cruise for two donated by Sitmar
Cruises will be awarded.
4ainebleau golf course or have a
\iew of the park's 23-acre Mela-
Jeuca Lake.
be Dr. Simon Wikler. Miami Beach
Councilman, Municipal Court
Judge Eugene Weiss, and Wash-
Each of the park's six -country ingron attorney. Harry Shubin.
we cook it
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CHICKS
soup
Manischewiiz
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Produced under ibM Rabbinical supervision. Certificate on request.


Friday, April 6, 1973
+Jenist ncrMian
Page 13-C
Tl
Concord iotel Reopening To Vacationers
under such circumstances would
expose the guests to the incon
VLimnee of woik stoppage without
any prior notice.
Labor peace has returned to the
Concord Hotel, Kiamesha Lake,
N. Y. The doors of the nation's
largest resort hotel, the 3.000 guest
Concord, are once again open for
vacationers and convertioners.
The upstate .-Ifcw York resort,
closed Thursday. MarcrT 1. after a
collective bargaining agreement
between the Concord Hotel and
Local 343 of the Hotel. Restaurant
and Bartender's Union expired at
midnight, February 23. and an
impasse was reached between
management and the Union.
Rejection left Concord Hotel
president Raymond Parker no;
alternative but to suspend opera-
tions at the hotel. To remain open
Gue.it.-, and convention reserva-
tions were notified of the suspen-
sion .:nd consequent cancellation
by teiephone and wire with Ton
cord management making efforts
to relocate guests and convention
groups. Several organizations,
anxious to retain the Concord site,
arranged to postpone their con-
ventions to later dates.
Maids are readying the cpacious
rooms: the kitchen staff is pre
paring the specialties which hav
made the Concord fare famous, and
bellhops are at the front rick
Kelly Britt and Orson Bean in a scene from "Promises, Prom-
ises" at the Coconut Grove Playhouse
Shalom!
From our
family
to you
and yours
awaiting the first Concord guests
to arrive. On the skating arenas
and the riding trails, on th? tennis
courts, in the spacious night clubs
and health clubs, all is in readiness
for a return to normalcy. Concord
has returned to the Concord. An.
Parker reported. "
Technion Women
To Install Slate
Miami Beach Chapter. Women's
Division of the American Soeietj
for Technion, will hold election of
officers Thursday. April 12. at
noon in the Algiers Hotel.
Mrs. Milton Sirkin, current pres-
ident of the group, will become
lie first regional president ot
Women's Divisions in the South
in United States.
Jack Kassewitz, editorial writer
or The Miami News, will speak
m his recent trip to Israel.
idath Yeshurun Men's
Monthly Breakfast
The Men's Club of Tempi
\ I th Yeshurun will hold its
kfa t on Sunday, at
'0 a.m. climaxing the all-ni?hl
Teach-in" held by BILL' S<
young Judea.
Gu t speaker will be Sheldon
Schneider, hj pnotherapist,
New Films On Tap
Three films, new to the ares
are opening Friday at Wometco
Theatres. "The Discreet Charm of
he Bourgeoisie" will be on tap at \
he Mayfair and Sunset Theatres j
The Nelson Affair" is opening at I
he Patio and Byron, and "Cesai
and Rosalie" will be on view at the
Normandy.
Mrs. Augusta Mentz (left) president oi the Miami Beach
Chapter of Hadassah, and Mrs. Helen Weisberg, (center)
incoming president of the Florida Region of Hadassah, chat
with Dr. Helen Kittner, principal of the Hadassah Israel Edu-
cational services during a visit to the Hadassah Community
College and Comprehensive High School in Jerusalem.
Collecting recipes for a kosher cookbook are Mrs. Ben
Genad, 'left) and Mrs. Dovnick, fund-raising vice president
for Women of Hillel. Proceeds from the cookbook, to be pub-
lished soon by the women's group, will go towards audio-
visual equipment and physical education for the Hillel Com-
munity Day School.____________________
Everyone's dishing it out,
Cohen's bow ties with kasha.
Watch out rice. Watch out potatoes.
The end of the dull side dish has come. Cohen s bow ties
with kasha are here.
They can dress up any dinner and make it a mn
to remember, no matter how you serve it.
Delicious and good for you, our how ties with kasha
are a new twist on a traditional side dish.
Surprise your family tonight, and while you re at it
mii Dl ise yourself, serve Cohen's how ties with kasha.
Dinner may never be the same again.
a great moment for your moutn
Cohens
Famous Frozen Food* Inc.
Newark, NJ 07114


I'cge 14-C
vjewisti fleridliairi
LIGAl NOTICt
LtGAL HOTICt
LtGAL HOTICi
LIGAL HOTKl
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the umi,'reigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious nami
of PIONEER APARTMENTS HI 151M
Ith Avenue, North Miami, Flor-
intend to register Raid name with
me Clerk of the Circuit Court of bade
vomit y. Florida.
Ronald I. Davit
Carol Ann Davis
Attorney:
Hniald L.. Davis. In Persona
.-! IS-J3-30 4 6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY 0\\ EN thai
"'" undersigned, desiring to engnge In
i-in, -s under the fictitious name ol
" "i .nnYE'8 HAIR 8TYI.1BT8 al num-
ber 1628 Michigan Avenue In 11> I Ity
Ol Miami Beach. Florida Intends to
-:, thi said name with thi i 'li i k
the Circuit Court of Dndi County,
ated al Miami Beach, Florida, tMi
J i\ of Man!'. I973
Bonnye R.....rdl Sol. Owner
i
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
PETITION FOR ADOPTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO. 73-7155
in the matter of:
Adoption "f minor Children
i.\ Hti pfather
JAMES mi iititis. .in. Petitioner
TO: DONN'IH BDW1N BNBERtl
Residence Unknown
Address Unknown
YOI'. Donnle Edwin Enbers are
hereby notified thai a Petition for|
Adoutl......f your minor child TODp
RWARI) ENBERO lias bet
filed
.'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 73-1691
John R. Blanton
,r Emi......I
I.DltEP VNDERBOn
. i i am il __
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ml iv, ,1:1..I- Hllll All I'- I -":
m ,., Demand* Agnlnsl
Vou are hereby notil It nd r<
ms ami ill maud
. i i,.;i ii i> have Bgnlnsl
. ... .Mil DHED ANDBRR<
.. a lat, of I idi Coimin i
. ult ludl I -I" Pa.I. C ii
imi in dunll
,lde
I v
Salil
ngalnsl you, a.ai I ou are reoulred t"
nerve eopj ol your Answer or plead -
Inn to the Petition for Adoption on
i nttorne). R< iBERT
il BI'RXS. E8Ql'IRE. SSO Uncoln
it,l Miami Reach. Florida, and filet
the orlirlnnl answer or plendlna In the
,,ff,, n( thi Clerk of the Circuit Courl
,! ,,r before the :' da' of May.
if v n fall i" do si>, Judgment by
1 I ,, :.mil will be taki ii B lln I V n,
for tho rcllel demanded In the Petition
for Adoption.
. Khali be nubllshed once
, m h ivei k for foui '......a* utlvi
weeks In the Ii h P' i idlan
DONE \ND ORDERED il Mann
Bade County. Florida this 23 I u '
IUnnH "7
I RICHARD P BRIVKER
, nri
Bade Coui i F r|d.t
Ri i SNEEDEN
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:
i
. i.
time
thi
. in tli. i i
in Flor.
from
fji i nut here-
el
. larch. A.P. 1
II EDWIN VNDEREOH
\.. \ irator
i
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:;i; WEINSTEIN & STAI'RER.
. \
Sherv Rlatihet I
...... v K late ,,f
Ireri A erei
i h ..!, Road Miami it. i h
Ida
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
iNO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH lUDICtAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-7073
CENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
RE: Tin mai i lage of
\ v \ (3ERACI
and
mi: GER ICI
SOPHIE IJEHACI
83 Ashli i Strei i
i: Boston .Ma' ->, hui Its

OP \ l.'i" IIEREBT XI ITIFTED
solution
u i ,n fji .1 ngalnsl yrni and
i opj of
-. ur rltti 'i ilefi ii If any it
MICHAEL P CHASE, attorney
Petll >ar, whose address Is 10924
N E 19th Avenue. North Miami Ik ich
Florida M1C2. and file ihe original
ith the ,-leri; of the abov< led
. un mi or hefm- May I, 1973: nther-
-.. -. a default "ill be entered nsainat
\ u for the relief demanded In the
mplainl or petition.
This notice shall he published once
- eh week for four ronseoutlvi week*
;. THE JEWISH FIJ IRIDIAX
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SEHVXE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND rOH
DADE COUNT",
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73 7114
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MAURI AUK >F
HKItTKI'DIZ EI.ENA RODRIGUEZ.
; tier,
ami
KIT,.i:|mi IMDRKil
I In hand, Rei-pondi
Tl >: .MR. El M A RDO Rl >R|i SUEZ
< Residence i 'nknou n I
VOI' VRE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an notion fi-r Dissolution of Mar-
rlnste lias I,,-, n filed HKaln t i "ii al I
you are retiuii'ril i" aervi
your written defenses, If any* to 11 "i,
ABE EOSS, attorney for Petitioner,
whose address Is l"i X W I2tl Ave-
nue Miami Florida SSISli, and file the.
oriftlnnl with in, clerk of the ahovui
sn I, il court "ii "i" before April "" ,
itheru is, a rti t.mli n III be en-1
lered aaalnsi you f"i the ri llel de-
manded In the connilainl i i i" lltion i
This notice shall be nubllshed once]
each week for four consecutive weeks,
in THE JEWISH Fl.ORIDIAN
WITNESS mv hand and the i
nald court al Miami, Florida mi this!
23 .lav oi March i >: i
RICHARD P BRIXKER.
As Clerk. Cin till ui
Bad. County Florida
Itv R M K'S-
\- Bepulv i |
ii ':,,,; i Courl Si '
VBE ICOSS ESQI'IRE
I"1 \ lth Al
Miami. Florida I
Al lorm v for Pctll

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
IN RE: IN THE MARRIAGE OF
ANITA PERRI.
Wil, -IVliti.'ii.-r
anil
NICJIOIytS PER*!.
I in ibana-nesponaeiit
TO: Nlt'linl as PERRI
.1 IIHWI.AM' AVEN1 I.
ROCHESTER. NEW "i",:iv
vi .p NICHOLAS PERRI are
liv notified thai a Petition for Dissolu-
tion of MarrlaKe has been filed again si
you. and you are required to serve a
ropi i,| your Answer or Pieadlna to
.,, i Petition for Dissolution ol Mar-
in the Wlfi i '; ; '';
ney Ronnld 1 Bavls, i.- | I A., jo
ne Buildlnit, 19 \V. I-laitlei
- Miami, Florida 3S13.il i noni
, : n,i fii,. iii, orlRln ii Answei
. : i eadlna In tin f the I erk
ol thi Circuit Courl on before u
: da< of April. 1973. if you fail to an
so. luilirmenl hj default will be taKe
tnlnst you for the relief jlemanded In
the Petition for Dissolution ol Mar-
'THIS NOTICE ahall be pul
...,. ,.,,ii week for four it) i ;':;' ,'!
live weeks In THE JEW ISH I t.OR
' DONE AND ORDERE1 al Miami
this .'" day of M ir. h. '",
RICHARD P RHIXkEII I lei*
Circuit Courl
1 ,i. i ountj Flr 'I i
R\ B .1 FO^
I,. .>iii\* 'lerk
,.:., ull C 'url Seal!
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCT!'. L SERVICE
,NO PftOPERTNl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C:nCL'IT
OF FLORIDA. IN ANU FOR
DADE COL'.TV.
CIVIL ACTION NO 7 |8
GENERAL JURISDICT.ON DIV ISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE
HEl.H'DORA PETTI'
FREDERICK 1":
Tl i FREDERICK PETTI I
Ki nldei..... unkn
VOU vlti: HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action fot Dissolution ol M.u
ri,.,ge has been filed aw Insl you and
von are required to serve a cops n
inur written defenses, 11 any. to I
,i, si,in.\ Efronwn, attorne> rot Peti-
tioner, whose nd..... Mnsli
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. 73-6683
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE MARRIAGE Of
\KTlli It ELKS
and ,,., i > >-
HBATKIC'E ELKS
TO: ARTHI i: ELKS
r o J. a Fuucnun
Route No, :.
Tiium. 'leiinria
VOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai -m action for Dissolution ol Mai
i lasre has be n filed aKnlnsI you and
vmi are reautred to bi rve a cops of your
written def naes If any i- It on MAN
p EXCEL. ESQ.. attorney for P*"-
tinner, whose address is ln',1 N.W
::ili Ave. Miami, Florida, and file
the orltrlnal .ili the clerk of the
above styled courl ......r i" fore April
ISth. 1973; otherwise a default will he
entered attains! you for the relief de-
ma, ,i,,i m the complaint or petition |
This notice shall be published once,
each week for < ur conewutlve weeks
h THE JEW ISH FI.' IRIDIAX I
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
l'.ili .lav "f March, I97S
It ril \ltp P HRIXkER
\, i till t'ourl
Bade County, Floi Id i
B> X A HEW
IN THE 11TH CIRCUIT COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 73-7411
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN It 10: The inairlaKe of
JEANNE DAVIDS.
Wife,
ami
PHILIP <: A DAVIDS,
I Insliand.
YOU. PHILIP O. A. DAVIDS, n
dence unknown, are required to ui,
your answer lo,Ikfi4r8jU4jiOB fi'l'i lUs-.,,-
lutlon of marrlaite with the Clerk of
ihe almve Court and serve a cop>
thereof upon Herman Cohi I, Esq.,
1310-11 Connress Bids;., .Miami. Florida,
on or before April ::". 1973, or else
petition will be confessed,
Dated: Mar 87, 1973
Richard P Brinker
i "! rk, ircull Court
By '" I' COPEI AND
Deputy Clerk
:t SO I fi-IS
! >enutv C
(Circuit Court S
MAX P i"N
i :,.: x w 17th Avenue
Miami. ]" t.li
Attorney for Pell I
rk
r*-?n i (.)
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Un*
the uinlcrslifiieil. il.-sirinc Ii.......Rin In
business under Ihe fictitious name of
ATI ANTIC WOODWORKS al till!
\ u "i.ii. Street, .Miami. Pla Intend*
:,, reaister said nnme with the Clerl (
iii.- circuit Court < Bad. County.
Florida,
MAXI'EL I '"'"'"
:t 30 l I
Ho
,.f
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTYl
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
WITNESS mv hand and the s.-nl of JOHN KEARSE, Husband
id courl at .Miami. Florida 'n this Petitioner
I i.iv of March, I97S
RICHARD P. BRIXKER.
As Clerk Circuit Courl
Pail*. County Florida
P.v Ft .1 I< i Y
As Denttty Clerk
uii Courl s. al i
J I V \ET. P I'M ASK P A
i V K laili Avenue
North Miami Reach, Florida 131M
.i ttorney for Petitioner
3 ':'! 4 8-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Ihnt
i' imnVrsiirn.'il il.-sirine to emtatce In
buslnesa under the fictitious nun. of
A AARROTT Cl RAXING SERVICE
ai 18R Xorth Plaza. Room 13, North-
lde Shnpi.inst Center Mlnml. Fl-i In-
tend* to reaister said nam. with the
Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County Florl'la.
DAVID API PV
3'23-311 l'fi-13
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 RE: PETITION OF
EDWARD MAI.KICK. Husband
ot GENEVA WALKER.
TO: EVERETT I.. ALLEN
Resilience ttnknown
TOP are hereby notified Ihnt Peri-
tioneri have filed petition in the
above. Styled Court for Ih.- adoption of
ih minor ,-tailcl RODNEY AI.I.PN.
xmi you ar rnulred to show cause
wliv 111-' same should not he crimed.
by serving a copy of your written de-
tantna, if any. upon ALFRED D
BIELEY. Attorney for Petitioners, If
West Flnaler Street 211 His.ayne
liuildine. Miami. Florida 111)*, and
by filing the original thereof with th.
'lerk of tile allow styled Court ,,i off
before the fS day of April, I97S. other-
wise a decree may i.c entered luralnsl
you grantinir said adootion.
WITNESS mv hand and seal nf said
Court at Miami. Florida, this IS ilav
of March, 1971
RICHARD P RRIVKPU
CLERK. CPtcriT 0O"RT
By: C. P ci >T'i;i .\ND
Deputy Clerk
3/23-30 4 '6 -13
and
DOROTHY O. KEARSE Ylf<
Itesnonilelll
TO: DOROTHY O, KEARSE
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dlssolutl......f Mar-
tiaffe lias been filed against you ami
you are required to serve a copy "t"
your written defenses, if tiny, to It on
DAVID E. STONE, nttorney for Petl-
ii......i whose address is 101 N.W. ltth
Ave., Miami. Florida :::'.i2t<. Telephone:
1S8-4S21, and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled court on
ir liefor, \lril 10, LfTSt otherwise a
default will be entered neainst you
fur the relief demanded ill th. com-
plaint or petition.
This notice shall be published ,,nc.
each week for four consecutive weeks
in TI.'E JEWISH FIX>ltlP'AN
WITNESS mv hand and the seal Of
said court at Mlnml. Florida on this
27 day of March. 1973
Richard P l.rlnker
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By C. P. COPRI.AXD
As Demity Clerk
fClreult Court Seal!
STOVE SOSTCHIN. PA.
1"1 N.W. 12th Ave .
Miami. Florida 3,'.R-t222
Attorney for Petitioner
3/30 4'*-13-2n
Building. Mlnml Florida, and file
original with the i lerk thi above
. ul, a courl "ii or I.....n iprtl -
l73 otherwise ;i default will he en-
tered against you for !! r.
manded In tlie comnlnint or petition
This notice shall bi publlt In nncej
,. ., h ;. for t- in nse. utlve weeks
i THE JEWISH FI ORIDIAN
witness mv band and ih. '
-aid curt at Miami, Florida on this
2 RICH Min 1> BRIXKER
,\. i lerk Circuit Court
; >,! i 'ouni v. Fli '
p COPE' '.
v- I II '. r i
rein ull C ui B all
-,,i, Efronson
... i | | iing
Miami. Fli
' P.'titioner
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
Ca No. 73-6982
In re: Ihe mat rlag. of
NEI SON RDDRIQI'EZ,
husband,
NIOMARA ROMAN RODRIQITSZ.
wife.
YOU. XIOMARA ROMAN RODRI-
Ql'EZ. are notified t" serve a copy
of your answer to Dissolution "i Mar-
riage filed against you, on husband's
attorney OEOROE NICHOLAS. 61*
N.W. 12th Avenue, Miami. Florida
::]i:'a.. and file original with Clerk "f
this Court on or before May 4, 1971,
otherwise the Dissolution of Marriage
will be confessed by you
DATED: Man li 22, 1973
RICHARD I' BRINKER
Clerk
By: c P COPELAND. i"
3,30 1 8-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OTVBN that
the undersigned, desiring t.> engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BEACH SHADE & GLASS at SIS
Washington Avenue. Miami Beat h
Fla intends to register said name wilh
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
PACI Ol ICK
KW1TNEY 4- KROOP
Attorneys for am.Meant
?a Uncoln Ro i
Miami Reach. Fla.
2/r.n l'fi-13 20
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH Jl'DlCIAL CIRCUIT
OF -L0RIOA, IN AND FOR
DAOE C'lUNT',. Ft ,^RIDA
prorate: v vision
No. 73-1604
: ." B-stal
\ | hi i; ; FERRH.I.O,
I.,,,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All C III ind A I' ;
Claims 01 1 tnaic'.- Vgalnsl Said
-, ,,u in hi rebj notifii tl and r< null ed
. i.m- and demands
which you ma v I tve aaainst the es-
tate of AIITIHI'. fi FERRII l.....-
, etujeil late nf Dade County, Florida,
to the Circuit Judget Dade County.
ami file Hi, same in duollcate and as
,i,..l in Section Til IB. Florida
Statutes, in th.-ir offices in the Coun-
ty Courthou.-e iii Dad,- County, Flor-
ida, within sis calendar months from
thi time ,>f the first publication I......
nf ,,r the same will hi barn d
Da led at Miami Florida, this 19th
,i i) nf M irch, A.D 19"
s Arm i >! F
\s Adminlsl' it.a
Pi,-, t publ ,u, nf Ih ntlee nn
Ihe Jlrd dai of March 19" I
\ROXOVITZ, SILVER .< BOI >TH
liv: Sidney M Arono\ it/.
Vttorne) for Et il.....'
Arthur l: '' ''I., ii......I
.- v,. i Building
I
,, i .
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
. is HEREBY RIVEN that
ring i" i-na
, lei Ihe fii titious name nf
gPNRISE CONDOMINH'M I.1MITED|
PARTNERSHIP at 1619 X E "'h
Btreet, Homestead, Florida 11020. In-
reglstcr said nam, with the
Clerk of Ihe Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
rjROVER C, DRPRY
1 OBIS FARNB8I
ANTHi i\V T \l! VPA
TAMIL ISAIAS
NORFE INVESTMENT CO
HARRIS & SIRKIN. I'.A
Attorneys f"r Applicants
r.th Floor Dade Federal Ridg.
Miami. Florida I81S1
r ::o 4 O-in-2"
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRU'Tiwc =VICE
iNO PROPERTY)
IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
ElEVFNTH -UIDIdAl CIRCUIT
OF FlORiHA IM mo FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO '1-7B04
ACTION F"R DISSOl UTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN :!: thi a.....
\ i >KI VIDA VOPII.AR.
I'. I .1 IT,
till.I
HPi m m: VOPll.AR,
dant.
Ti.. ItEIMIl til veil v II
Corn I '
I i ll re I I "I
2.rn| Broad
VBW YORK NEW Vi HK
Vr \RE HERBBV S'tl :'
a, lion foi I II Wlllltlolt ..| '
rlnge has been filed ig li I >u ni '
\ ,.u .if reoull I t.
VOUr Wl itt. 'I del, .... '\ II, ;t
in SPARES? ,v CARRICARTE P.A.
, for I', tit Inner tt I address
'. H W First Sir. Suit. Vn
""!, Miami, Florida. 22130, and file
Ihe original with Ihe clerk Ihe
al.,.v.. styled curt nn or befori Ma>
11. 1973 nthel V Ise s def lull will he
entered aitainsl you fi>r the rellel di -
minded it, ihe > i-innl ain t "t petition
Tins notice shall he published nnce
each week f,,i foui conseenllve '.v. .-k
li THE JEWISH FI I 'R1DI \ v
WITNESS mv hand ."! the i il
aid I'OUrl at Miami, l-'l.lid.i on this
3fl da) '' Mnrch 1973
RICH VRB l' BRIXKER
\ Clerk Clrculi i mi'
I lade i "nunl \ Fl..i
Bv R M KISSEE
i i ii nuty Clerk
rcull i "ourl Se: It
-'''Al'i::< \ CARRK'ARTE PA
" s w i'i. i ^'t,. ,i suit!
til n. FI
'ttorney for Pctitionei
B-1 i :
INC.
IN THB 11TH CIRCUIT COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 73-7412
CENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN RE: The marriage of
Al.TAORAClA BASTIAN.
Wife,
and
EDDIE RASTIAN.
Husband.
VI. O, BDDIB BASTIAN, residence
unknown, are reouired to file \-,,ur
answer to the petition for dissolution
'' marriage with the Clerk of the
above Court anil serve a cony thereof
upon Herman Cohen. Ft-n. 1310-11
Congress Ride. Miami Floridn. on or
before Anril 3ft. 1973. or else petition
will he confessed
Dated: Mar 27 1971
Richard P rtrlnker
Cleefc. Ciriil' Court
liv C P COPCI AND
Deputy Cl '
I/S0 I 'I 13 20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of CT OVERLEAF AMOCO SERVICE
STATION at Kb. B N \V. 117111 Street.
Miami. Florida Ml69 intends to reg-
ister naid nsene with Ihe Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Flor-
ida.
jci.c.si KRASNBR
PAXTER FRIEDMAN
AMnrnevs for siellrant
"i7T \ I" "t-,i : ..i
N. Miami Beach. FI. 381B2
;; ::n | K-LI-Jft
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OPEN Ilia'
the undersigned, deslrtnc to incau-e in
hnolneas under the fictitious- mime of
RrVTRRA TnWPPS SOPTW CONDO-
MIVICM al r.^1 NE j|th Street. Mi-
ami Fla. intends to repfster sgld name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade Countv. Plo-'.da
srn iicvn i)i>mf\t
WOTP A SCHONtNOER. P.A,
Attornevs for aonii^ant
n"ei> s Dadi-J.ind Boulevard
Solle 70"
Mian I, Pla.
S/S0 l/l 13-20
IN THE CIRCUIT JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 73-1583
GEORGE E. SCHULZ
In RE: Estate of
MOl.I.IE LEVY
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To A i'i Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claim- and demands
which you may have ngnlnsl the es-
ta.....I MOI.LIE LEVY deceased late
of Dade County. Florida to the Cir-
cuit Judge of D.ole County, nnil file
the same In duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733 II, Florida stat-
utes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
lime of the first publication hereof, or
the same will he barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 19
day of March. A.D. 1073
LENORE .4IEOEI,
JPI.IAN SIBOBL
As Executors
First publication of this notice on
the 23 day of March. 1973.
JOSEPH SCHMIER
Atlornev for Estate
r.ir, Lincoln Road. Suite 208
Miami Reach. Florida
3':3-S0 4'-lS
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTYl
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 RE: Marriage of
LILIANA TLIt.MEL.
Wife
and
JEAN MARK TlllMEL.
Husband
TO: jean MARK TURMEL.
1835 l>e Ui llonde
Quebec :<
Ouel.ec. Canada
VOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution ol M.u-
nag.- has been filed ajrainsl you and
you are required lo serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any. to It
on ROMEO .1. SHEPARD, JR. sttor-
nev for Petitioner, whose address is
21 City National Bank Illdg 25 W.
Flagler Miami. Florida 33130. and file
ihe original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before April
Iti. 11.7:1: otherwise a default will he
entered against you for the relief de-
manded in the complaint or petition.
Thin notice ahall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FIjORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
dav of March. 1973.
RICHARD P. BRINKER.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
Bv B J FOY
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal*
Romeo J Shepard. Jr.
*21 Cltv National Bank Bldg.
Miami. Florida 33130
Attorney for Petitioner
373-2883
3/1.33-30 4/1
MOVING TO METROPOlttAN WASHINGTON OR
BALTIMORE AREA? DO YOUR
APARTMENT HUNTING
The free Eosy Way
(301)587-6614
OUICK, CONVENIENT NO-COST SOLUTION
APARTMENT FINDERS
ASSOCIATES LTD.
82 J9 FENTON STREET SILVER SPRING, MARYLAND


r. April 6. 1973
'Jmist> FhrMtoHn
Page 15-C
uoal Nona
1EGA1 WOIKi
UGAl NOTICE
UGAL NOTICE
EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
JADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 73-814
J. GWYNN PARKER
EslHlc of
JSY M. HIRSriIHKRC.
eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Creditor! ami ah Persons n.iv-
llaim- or Demands Against Saldj
I are hereby notified and required
esent any claims anil demand*
you may have against (he es-
SIDNEV M. HIltSCHHEHO de-
late of Dade County. Florida,
, Circuit Judges of Dado County.
He the -.nm In duplicate and as
ill Section 73X1(1. Florida
In tbclr offices in the County
boyse In Pad, County. Florida,
six calendar months from the
-of the first publication hereof.
I same will be burred.
at Miami. Florida this 2
March. A P. 1.173.
IRA JANE HIHBCHBEBO
100 Kings Point Drive
Miami Beach. Florida
As Administratrix
publication of this notice on
day of March. 1973.
S CAWN. ESQ.
^Oe.v for Administratrix
^PBlscavne Tower Building
nl. Florida 33132
S'16-23.3d 4 I
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 ol
1.11,1.1AM A. PEREZ. Wife
and
RAMON I'EREZ. Husband
TO! HA MOM PEREZ
592 Madison Avenue
Elizabeth. New Jersey
YOB AHE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action.for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you- arc required, to serve a. copy of
your written defenses. If any. to It
on Lawrence F. Kaine. attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 935 S.W.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 72-268-Acts of 1972
File No. 73 A 12
(Chapter 197 (FS) 1972 Supplement
to Florida Statute! 1971)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Ronald I. Baron. Trustee holder of
County Tax Sale Certificate No. 7?:;4
issued the 1st (lay of June. A.D. 197(1.
has filed same in the Tax Collector's
Office, and has made application for a
tax deed to be issued thereon. Said
Certificate embraces the following de-
scribed property in the County of
Dade. State ol Florida, to.wit:
E 75 ft of \V 180 ft of NH of N',4
Of SE', of SF.', of NE", AKA
I-ol 2 Block 18. Truman City
U R. Section 31. Township .13
South. Range 40 East, containing
.28 acres more or less, in the
County of Dade. State of Florida.
The asses: mi mi of said property un-
der the said certificate was In the
First Street, Miami. Florida, and file: name of: Marv Jackson
the original with the clerk of the! I'nlmo said certificate shall be re-
above styled court on or before April | deomod according to law. the prop-
15, 1S73: otherwise a default will be erty described herein will he sold to
entered against you for ihe relief de-.the highest bidder for cash at the
mandod in the complaint or petition. Courthouse door on the first Monday
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 73-6134
^pRAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
iOTICE BY PUBLICATION
I Tin- Marriage Of:
ENE CIO LI. Wife and
Li 1 CIOLI, husband.
CRA1.D ClOLd
19 I.inwood Street
ei Britain. Conn.
ARE HEREBY notified lhal a
n for Dissolution of Marriage]
en filed against you. and v nl
ireby required to serve a copy
ar answer or other Pleading to
feiilion on the Wife's attorney.
ER ROGERS ESQ., whose ad-
FIs 1454 \.W 17th Avenue. Ml-j
Florida MISS, and file the origi-.
Ith the Clerk of the above styled
fon or before (bis SO day of April.
or a Default will be entered
t you. i
TEH this 13 day of March. 1973.
RICHARD P. BRINKER '
Clerk of Circuit Court |
By: It. M KISSES
D.C.
Iiii Curt Seal)
3 '16.23-30 4 K
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami Florida on this
15 dav of March. 1973
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuil Court
Dade County. Florida
By it. M KISSES
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
LAWRENCE F KAINE
Mil S.W. First Street
Miami. Florida 33130
Attorney for Petitioner
3/23-30 4 6-13
In the month of April. 1973. which is
the 2nd day of April. 1973. at 10:30
A.M.
Dated this 27th day of February.
I '673.
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk Circuit Court.
Dade Count v. Florida.
Bv P. F Culdstrand D.C.
j (Circuit Court Seal)
______3/2-S-16-23
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 BE! PETITION OK
IN THE CIRCUIT JUDGE'S COURT
In AHO FOr.
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 73-1669
GEORGE E. SCHULZ
In RE: Estate of
.ioan BCHBIB OERINOBR
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To aii Creditors and All Persons iti,\ -
lng Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and reoulred
to present any claims ami demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of JOAN SCHE1B CEKLNOER
deceased late of Dade County. Flor-
ida, to the Circuit Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided In Section 738.16.
Florida Statutes, in their offices in
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty. Floridn, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
Dated at Miami Florida, this 19
dav of March. A.D. 1973.
Sidney Bfronaon
As Executor
First publication of this notice- on
the 30 day of .March. 1973.
Sldnev Efronson
Attorney for ESTATE OF
JOAN SCHEIB OEHINC.ER
'.12 Alnsley Building
Miami. Florida 331.32
3/30 4'6-13-20
UGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
PROBATE DIVISION No. 73-139''
FRANK B. DOWLING
. In RE: Estate of
EDITH WEISS
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I To All Creditors and All Persons II
I lng Claims or Demands Agalnal S
Estate:
You arc hereby notified and rOQUlrod
to present any claims and d, in ,
| which you may have againsl the
tate of EDITH WEISS deceased
of Dade County. Florida to the l
cult Judges of Dade County, and le
the same in duplicate and as oi .
vlded In Section 733 16. Florida Btli
utes. in their offices In the Cu
Courthouse in Dade County. Florl :,
within six calendar months from
time of the first publication h.:.-.
or the same will be barred.
Dated al Miami, Florida, this
dav of March. A.D. 1973.
Bcrnice Dreifuss
As Executrix
First publication of this notice ,"i
the 16 day of March. 107::
SNYDKH. YOINC. BTERN, &
TANNBNBAUM
Harvey S. I.angberg. Of Counsel
Attorney for Executrix
1799 N.E. 164th Street
North Miami Beach. Florida
3'16-23-30 1 '
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
'.he undersigned, desiring to engage In
busiiiues under the fictitious name of'EDWARD WALKER. Husband
KALI, J. SANTIAGO & ASSOCIATES of GENEVA WALKER,
t cu E 9th Street. Hlaleah. Fla. in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit ( ourl of Dade
county. Florida.
HAIL .1. SANTIAGO
1 23-30 4-6-13
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
-' OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY '
PROBATE DIVISION
- PROBATE NO. 73-1874
In RE: Estate, of
NANCY RICHARDSON
,_ deceased
s* NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person.-- Hav-
ing Claims in Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are herehv notified and required
to present .en claims and demands
which you nun have against the es-
tate of NANCY RICHARDSON tle-
oeaaed late of Bade County. Florida.
to the Circuil Judges "f Hade County.
and file the sain, in duplicate and as
provided in Section 7:::! Ifi. Florida
Statutes in their offices in thi Count)
Oourthou-e in Bade Cuntv. Florida.
within six calendar months from the
time of tin first publication hereof, or
the same w ill bo barred.
Filed al Miami. Florida. (his 27
day Of March A.B 1:17::
JACK low-
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the SO dai of March. !"7"
THOMAS .i M' (a >vei:n
Attorn.i t'"f Executor
Will Commercial Blvd.
Ft. l*UP!' (dale. Florida
9 3(1 l 0-12-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-1678
J. GWYNN PARKER
In KB: Estate of
JOSEPH FRI.XIKES
deceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Agnjnsl Said
Estate:
You arc hereby notified and reoulred
10 present any claims and demands
which vim mav have against Ihe re-
late oi JOSEPH FRCMKB8 deceased I
lat, of Dade Cuntv. Florida, to the'
Circuit Judges of Dade County and
file the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.16. Florid., Stat-
ute*, in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Bade County, Florida
within six calendar months from the j
time of the first publication hereof. :
or the same will be barred
Piled al Miami Florida, this 2S day
of March. A.D 1971.
ft i.NSTA N('E FBI'.\l K KB
A- Executrix
SIMON. HAYS \- ORI'NDWERG
Attorney for Executrix
808 Alnsley Building
3/30 4 6-13-20
TO: WILLIE HIFOliD KEITH
Residence t'nknown
Vol" are hereby notified that Petl-
lioners have filed a petition in the
above styled Curt for Ihe adoption
of the minor child ERNESTINE
yVETTE KEITH, and you are re-
oulrnl to show cause why Ihe same
, should not le granted, by serving a
, copy of your written defenses, if anv.
upon ALFRED I BIELEY, Attorney
1 for Petitioners, if' West Plaster Street,
I'll Biscayne Building, Miami. Florida
33130, and by filing the original there-
of with the Clerk of the above styled
Court on or before the 25 day ol
| April. 1H73. otherwise a decree msy
be entered against you granting said
adoption.
WITNESS my hand and seal of said
i Court at Miami. Florida this IS dav
of March. 1!'73.
RICHARD P BRINKER
CLERK ClltcriT I'liniT
By C. P COPE1 AND
Deputy Clerk
3/23-30 4'6-18
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. 73-6398
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THS
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUI'"
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISICM
CASE NO. 73-6313
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
PROPERTY
LAWRENCE J MoREI.I.o
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION MARY JO MORELUO. a Minor, hi
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION and through her next friend and '
of marriage |Guardian, marv i\ MORELLO
IN RE: Plaintiffs.
The Marriage ol v-
HORERT JAMES VVUBKER. husband I JIMMIE I. MILLER, as Admlnistl
and
HELGA HI'TH XVIBKEH (Ufa
TO: HELGA RI.'TH vVUBKER
Baal Mam Street
Box 93
Yaphank, New York 11980
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-1
rlage has been filed against you and!
tor of the Estate of vircinia c
MOKELI.O. Deceased and
RI'llARU RALPH MOREI.I.O.
Defendants.
T" RICHARD RALPH MORELIXI
I86S Dunkeith Drive. N.W.
i anion. Ohio 44708
YOU ARE NOTIFIED lhal an
tion has been instituted by Plaint! ft
you are required to serve a copy of j herein against you seeking H D(
your written defenses, if any. to It tory Judgment quieting title to
on Robert II. Burn.-. Esquire, attorney following, real property In Hade Cou
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 73-1816
JOHN R. BLANTON
II HE: Estate of
IELLER
MARY
D
ad.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
-Chanter 72268-Acts of 1972
File No. 73 A 11
(Chapter 197 (FSl 1972 Supplement
to Florida Statutes 1971)
MOTICE is iieeebx diYEN thai
Ronald i iiaron. Trustei holder of
County Ta\ S-oe Ceilili. ''. \n
issued the 1st day of June, A l>. 1970.
has filed ;iiii.
office, and has in.,de application lor
a tax d- d lo be issued tin leu Said
Certtflca'c embraces Ihe following de-
scrtbed .....i"di\ iii the cuniv of
Dade. st;.....i l'l'" id.i. ii'- 'i
E 75 ft of w :i:a> ft of \',.-S'
NEW SE: i -NE1, -I -s N 2.1 tt
. AKA Lot 4 Block 12. Truman City
1! R. Section :il Township :!
Range 4" East, containing
r,s more or less, In (he
. | i ,;,,i. Btati of Florida
. -in. i.t oi ..,'1 propi I ty
i,. said certlfh nte was In the
Arthur c. I'' dli an e o Edna
South
.24 a
Count
The
under
name oi
AsMey
deemei!
descrll
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing latins or Demands Againsl Said
Estate
You are hereby notified and required
t i present any claims and demands
which you mav have against the s-
Ul. of MARV HELLER deceased late
of Hade County. Florida, lo Ihe Cir-
cuit Judges oi Dade County, and file
tin- same In duplicate and as provided
in Section 733.16, Florida Statutes. In
their offices in the County Courthoust
in ]>.{< County, Florida within sin
calendar months from the time ol
the first publication hereof, or Ihei
same will be hat n d.
Dated nl Miami, Florida, this 26th
da.1 of March. \ D 1973
E8TELLE WEINER
As Executrix
Flrsl publication of this notice mil
he SO dai of Ma-, h. |j :
OROVER WEINSTEIN .v STA ri'.ER.
P \
sli.ru in Slauhi r
.in, v r-.r Estali "i Mm r.. II. r
l incoln Road, Mil
id.i
I
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
fNO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-6510
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE. THE MARRIAGE <>K
DAMP1 SCHOENFELD
and j
DOROl ii Y SCHOENFELD
TO: DOROTHYSCHOENFELD
St Mavis Road i
Lakewood, New Jersey
VOI' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED!
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you arc required to serve a copy of;
your written defenses, if any, lo il
on JOSEPH Si II Ml ER. attorney lot
Petitioner, whose address is 605 Lin-
coln Road. Suite L'nfc. Miami Beach.;
Florida 33139, and file the original with
Mo lerk of the above styled court on
or before Anrll 2ft, 11*73: otherwise1 a
default will be entered against you for
ihe relief demanded In ihe complaint
"i- petition.
This notice shall b. published once
each week for four consecutlvi weeks
In THE JEWISH ELOHini.w.
WITNESS til- I,and and the seal
of said court at Miami. Florida on this
i. dan "f March, lv:::
RICHARD I' BRINKER.
As Clerk. Circuit Com i
I lade County,. Florida
Bv c p COPEl AND
As D( iutv Cl( rk
(Circuit "ui i Si
,11 'SI-.IMI SCHMIEH Es.n;
"'. Ian, "In Road, Sulti
Miami Beach, Florid.,
Al tol nev for Petitioner
::-:, I 6-13
for Petitioner, whose addreaa is 4M
Lincoln Rd. Suite ISO. Miami Beach.I
Florida, and file the original with thej
clerk of the above styled court on or
before April 2.",. Is7:t. otherwise a de-
fault will be entered against you for
the relict demanded In 'he complaint
or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
m THE JEWISH FLORID1AN'
WITNESS my band and Ihe seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this Hi
dav of March. 1973
RICHARD P BRINKER.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade Cuniv. Florida
By l 8NEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Curl S< all 1
ROBERT II BI'RNS
il'ii 1 incoln Rd.
Miami Reach. Fla.
Attorney for Petitioner
3-;3-30 4 6-13 ,
B\ :
Flu
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-1591
in RE Estate "i
WILLIAM c HAN FORD
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons llav-
Ina Claims or Demands Againsl Bald
Estate: i
You are hereby notified and required
lo present any laims and demands
which you mav have against the es-t
tate of WILLIAM c HANPORD de-
ceased late "f Dade County, Florida
10 Ihe Circuit Indues ol Dade Cuntv.
and file the same in duplicate and as
,.,. ( I, ,1 in Section 733 Iii. Florida
Statutes, i" Ihelr offices In the County
ty Florida:
Lot Hi. Block 46, BRANDON HA HI
SECTION "A" according the
Plat thereof as recorded in PL
Book 34. Page 77. Public Recon
of Dade County. Florida: mo
commonly known ,- :r:"l n \
r.th Avenue. Miami. Dade Counts
Florida.
You are required lo servi a < opj
your written defenses, If any
on BREGER & SCHRBIBER BSOS.,
attorneys for Plaintiffs whose nddr 4
is: 8020 N.E l3rd Street North Ml
ami Reach. Florida 3.1162 fSuite
on or before Aoril 27, 1973. and
tl.....rl final with ihe Clerk "f
Courl cith.-r before servlci "tt Plain*
tiffs attorney or Immediately the
after; otherwiae a default will be
i' i-'il against >-rii for the relief -
manded In ihe Oomnlalnl or netlll
WITNESS my band and Ihe 'I
or this Court on the -" day of M......
11-73
RICHARD P BRINKER
A- t'l.-rk of in. Court
Bv R M KISSEE
\^ Denuiv Clerk
BRBORR RCHREIBER
:'"L'i N E 1i;3rd Street iPm """>
i No Mianc llea.h. Florida 33162
, T | \,, ri4".-7'."7
) By Barry i> si,r, Ihor
j Attoi nevs for Plaintiffs
:-:: I I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH:
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUI"
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA,
PROBATE DIVISION
No. 70-4428
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO M4K?
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
in RE Estate of
NEI.I IE GOLDIN
cur-hous. in Hade County, Florida. *f';'"L"""".-
said certlfh .' "hall be re-
ccordlng lo law. Ihe property
I,, rein III be sold to the
highest bid : ia-b .,t Ihe Court-
^di'i.r on the first XI.....lay in the
month of April. I'.'73. which is I
dav Of An-il. RI73, al 10:30 A XI
Dated this 27th day ol February.
IRICHARD P BRINKER.
Cli rk Circuit Court.
*" it ide Countv Florida
L Bx P F Guldatrand D C.
(Circuit c,.llr. Seal, ,.,.,.,,.,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTH'E IS HEREBY CIYEN that
tlia-sjTid. rsigtied. desiring '" engage in
buslhes inid. i the cut."ii- name oi
OSASVNA ai '6i.ii Palm Weiiue. Hla-
leatt lia. intends to register said
SX wuh the Clerk of Ihe ( :n in'
name w >
COIMX id I'd' C"Unl\ Flmlda
EM1LIO CORRALBS
., 16-21-30 4 (
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOU
1^ NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN
the undersigned, desiring to ei
In bUsinc: Ul.de, the fi, I..IOUS
*-of TEK-BEP al Wl N '." -s
Miami. Fla intends to >'^"'r
name with tin. clerk of the I
Court of pad. CoioiU I-loil'la
DAVID HAVU;^
lhal
gage
name
I leel.
-aid
Ircuit
4 6
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chanter 72-268-Acts of 1972
File No. 73 A 13
(Chapter 197 (FS) 1972 Suonlement
to Florida Statutes 1971)
NOTICE 18 HEREBY BIVBN thai
Ronald I Baron. Trust., holder of
County Tax Bale Certificate No 7736
issued the 1st day of June. A 1). 1970,
has filed same In Ihe Tax collectors
office, and has made application for a
tax deed to I,..- Issued thereon. Said
Certificate embraces the following
described property in the County
Dade. State of Florida, to-wit:
!*>t It! Block 7. Hamilton Park.
Plat Book 4S Page '.\ Section 81.
'Township S3 South. Range 1"
Easi. containing .14 acres more
or less in the Cunty of Pad'.
Slate of Florida.
The assessmenl of said property un-
der the -aid certificate was in the
name of: William Bell
Unless said certificate shall he re-
deemed according to law. the property
described herein will be sold to the
highest bidder for cash at the Court-
house door on Ihe first Monday in the
month of April. 1073. which is the 2nd
day of April. I97J. at 10:8 A M
Dated Ibis Wth day of February.
1973.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Clerk Circuit Court, .
Dade Count v. Florida.
B] P. P. Culdstrand p c.
(Circuit Court Seal)
8/2-0-16- L'3 I
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. 73-7376
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN"RE Ihi II nl
DOXIINIol i: INNOCENT Husband ,
i'i mil
I II.1.1E REE ORIFFIN INNOCENT,
VYIfi lo s'......lent '
ril U li LIE REE fSRIFPIN
INNOCENT
TOP ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
lhal an acl on for Dissolution ol Mar-
flag, has been filed against vnu and
\ ou an required to servt ., rop> of
if, vnur written defenses, if anv. to it
on DANIEI better, attorney fur.
Petitioner, whose address is ions Con-,
areas Building. Miami, Florida 3313*.
and file the original with Ihe clerk of
the above styled couri on or before)
.Mm I, 1978! otherwise a default will
be ntered against vou for ihe retlefl
demanded in the Complaint or petition
This notice shall In published once;
each w.-ek for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEM ISH Fl.oRiniAN
WITNESS my hand ami ih. s. al of,
said court al Miami. Florida on this
27 dav of XIfirch. "'73
RICH vim P BRINKER.
Al Clerk. Circuit Cent
! de Countv Florida
Bv B .1 FOY
\s P. nuty t"< rk
II II cult CoUrl Seal I
'IANIEB RETTER. ESQ.
i". Congress BuUdina
Miami. Florida 33132
Attorney tor Petitioner
f March. A n
I EN( ,i:i: VI I.EN HANVORD
\- Executrix
ou n of this notice r
,i.,v ol Mat h "
BAXTER (v FRIEDMAN
Vllon Jstate
IR7." N E 163rd Street
r ., Flni Ida
3 '23 3 I '6-1 :
NELLIE O' il.PIN. (leceasi il: and
......I aft. I the -I dai III Ma
i'. ill apply to thi Honorable Cli uit
i "ourl Judgi f B li '"iii.f I
'i nroval ol -ant Final Ri I
(..i distribution il
.,s Adminlstrali r l
above-named ,l.....I< T
"i March. 1073
RICHARD UOl DIN
\ ,1AY ci;isTol.
Allot
east First 1,. an
Miami, Florida .
i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORiOA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-1938
It, RE Esla
NATHAN Tl 'l'l.IN
deceased '
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
\, Credil .nl All Pel sons Hai
U laima oi Demands against Saul
Estato:
y,,ii tire In rebs notified and requ n t
to present an> i !. ims and demands
which you max have againsl tl,, es-
tate oi Nathan Topllu il.~cas.si late
ol Dade ("ountx Florida, t.. the Circuit
Judges "I p.ul. Cuntv. and III.- the
same Iii duplicati and as provided In
Section 783 16, Florida Statutes in J
their offices In Ihe County < ourthouse Petition for Dissolution Of Mai
in p.ide County. Florida, within six lias been filed againsl you. and \hv
alendar months from the lime of I art herebj required to serve
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF T r. =
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUI'"
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
No. 73-6691
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
i The Marriage Of:
M WILL DE JESTS (ICINTO
Husband and MARY JEAN
OI-1NTO. Wile
TO: MARX .l BAN QCINTI
2M Falrfleld Avi nut
Haiti. Crc.i, Mlchla
V( ir ARE HEREBY noiil I,
3/30 4 C-1.1-20
tin firs! publicalion hereof, or the
same w id bi b.irr. d.
Fib d al Miami. Florida, ibis 28 da]
, Mai l A lv l7S.
55e\ W Kogan
Knbie Irving Lehrman
As i Executors
First publication th, 87 dav of March, 1978.
Caldln. Kogan, Rothenberg *
Kornblum
by: Zev u Rogan. Esa
Attorney for Kei W Kogan*
Rabbi Irvine I^-hrman
Ijn fjncilii Bit.
M,,ml K.ach. Fie. ,/...
of your answer or other pleading U
the Petition on the Husband's
ney, LESTER ROCER8, whose
dress Is 1184 N W 17th Avenue, M
ami Florida n.'ll^". and file th. Ol i
an! with the Clerk of the above
courl, on or before Ibis 88th daj- '
April. 1978 or a I fault a ill be
tered ssslnsl you
DATED thi- l'"h dav of March,
1973
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of (he Circuit i'ourl
B] N A HBWBTT
Peniitv Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
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Miami, Florida Friday, April 6, 1973
bection D
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With
ISABEL GttOVE
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Soviet Jews In The U.S.A.
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Editor-in-chief Emeritus, J.T.A.)
((I. 1S*T3 Jewish Telegraphic Agency)
Jewish immigration into the
United States is not what it used
to be in the pre-war years. Only
5.520 Jews were admitted as im-
migrants to this country last year,
including 2.900 from Israel.
There were among the immi-
grants about 1,200 Jews from
Latin America, including Cuba,
and some 120 Jews from Moslem
countries, including Egypt. There
were also close to 500 Jews from
the Soviet Union. 453 of whom
were aided initially by the United
Hias Service. The Soviet Jews
were resettled in 34 communities
in 15 states.
The trickle of Jews from the
Soviet Union reaching the Unite:!
States last year as compared
with the tens of thousands that
emigrated to Israel was com-
posed of two categories: one, of
Jews who received regular immi-
gration visas as a result of efforts
by their relatives in the United
States, the other, of beneficiaries
from the "parole" provision of the
U.S. Immigration Act, which per-
mits the entrance into this coun-
try of people suffering from per-
secution in their native lands. In
both cases the United Hias Service
was helpful.
Thousands of Cubans, Hungar-
ians and nationals of other coun-
ties with dictorial regimes have
been admitted to the United
States under the parole provision.
American Jewish leaders last year
secured agreement on the part of
the U.S. authorities to admit Jews
from the Soviet Union under the
same1 parole system. As a result
more than 200 Soviet Jews received
their visas to the United States.
More than 60 per cent of all the
newcomers from the Soviet Union
found homes in New York. The
icmainder were settled in larger
groups in New Jersey. California,
Illinois and Ohio. Smaller numbers
found homes for themselves in
Florida, Connecticut, Michigan,
Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Wis-
consin. Texas and Oklahoma.
VARIETY OF CULTURES
When one speaks of Soviet Jew-
ry, he usually gives the mistaken
impression that all the Jews in
the Soviet Union have the same
background. This is far from being
the case. The Soviet Union is com-
posed of 15 Soviet republics, and
the Jews residing in each of these
republics differ very much from
one another in their Jewish cul-
tural experiences.
There are Jews in the Russian
Soviet Republic in the central
part of the Soviet Union who
were born under the Soviet re-
gime and have no knowledge what-
soever of the Jewish language or
of Jewish culture in general. On
the other hand, there arc Jews in
the annexed parts of the Soviet
Ukraine, e.g., Lemberg, Chernovits
or the former part of Carpathian
Czechoslovakia who speak Yid-
dish to this day and have not for-
gotten even their Hebrew.
Similarly, Jews in the Baltic
area in cities like Vilna. Kovno,
Riga and other former great Jew-
ish centers still remember their
pre-Soviet years of Jewish learning
and traditions. The same is true
for many thousands of Jews from
Poland who in the early period of
the war found their way into the
Soviet Union and settled in Uzbek-
istan. Soviet Asia. They now live
remote from Jewish life, but many
of them have not forgotten their
pre-war Jewish upbringing in Po-
land.
There are also the most ancient
Jew ish groups of the Georgian Re-
public and of Soviet Bukhara,
Jews with strong religious tradi-
tions but with no modern Jewish
knowledge.
The Soviet Jews who were ad-
mitted to the United States last
year came from eight of the 15
Soviet Republics. The majority of
them more than 300 came
from the Ukraine. Smaller groups
came from central Russian cities.
including Moscow, Leningrad and
Novo-Sibirsk. Others came from
the Soviet Republics of Byelorus-
sia, Moldavia, Georgia, Latvia, Lith-
uania and Uzbekistan.
Most of the arrivals were young
or middle-aged. Among them were
professionals, eneineers. technic-
ians, artisans, skilled workers and
"white collar" employees. Only
two per cent of the total were un-
skilled. There were also 70 stu-
dents among the immigrants, and
30 children who ranged in age
from one month to 10 years. About
10 per cent of all the newcomers
were over the age of 60. Practically
all of the newcomers were well-
adjusted in this country soon after
their arrival.
UNIQUE PROJECT
A unique program was carried
out in 1972 by the United Hias
Service as part of its work of as-
sisting emigration to the United
States.
The program was undertaken in
response to a request by the U.S.
Department of State addressed to
major voluntary immigration agen-
cies, Jewish and non-Jewish. The
State Department asked these agen-
cies to assist in a humanitarian
plan of resettling 1,000 stateless
Ugandan Asians whom our gov-
ernment had committed itself to
absorb. Each of these agencies was
asked to assume responsibility for
a portion of the total number of
Ugandans to be admitted to the
United States.
Twenty-six Jewish communities
in 18 states cooperated in this en-
deavor which resulted in the re-
settlement of 117 Ugandans in this
country.
The costs of overseas and inland
transportation, as well as recep-
tion costs were borne by the U.S.
government. In addition, the gov-
ernment made available a per cap-
ita grant of S300 which the United
Hias Service turned over to the
resettlement communities. The per-
sonnel, expertise and facilities of
the UHS were used in the Uganda
program.
Diet And Detection Of
Genetic Factors Studied
Rabbi Elliott Winograd of Tem-
ple Or Olom and wife Aifca have a
baby boy born April 2 at North
Miami General Hospital. When he
gets home, the little fellow will
be smothered with attention from
big sisters Vivian 12, Stephanie,
10, and Myra. 7. Rabbi Simon Wino-
grad of New York is the delightful
grandfather.
H ^ &
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Molasky of
the Surfeomher Hotel group, are
walking on air these days. Daugh-
ter Elyse, a senior at North Miami
Beach Senior High School is one
of 60 freshmen students through-
out the United States who have
bren accepted by the Theatre De-
partment at Boston University.
Talented Elyse has played in "Up
the Down Staircase." "Diary- of
Anne Frank," "Thurber Carnival"
and "Skin of Our Teeth." At the
moment she is rehearsing in "The
Prime of Miss Jean Brodie" which
will he presented at her high
school in May. Good luck to the
budding thespian.
ft Herbert II. Bockian, M.D., has
become the sixth board-certified
child psychiatrist in Dade County,
and so far as he knows the only-
Jewish child psychiatrist to have
been certified in Dade to date.
Dr. Bockian graduated from the
University of Tennessee Medical
School, then did his four year psy-
chiatric residency training in both
general and child psychiatry at
Vandcrbilt University in Nashville.
Tenn. Before coming to Miami. Dr.
Bockian was director of the Adoles-
cent Unit at Central State Hospital
in Nashville. He is presently on
the staff of Children's Psychiatric
Center, a clinical assistant profes-
sor at the University of Miami
Medical School, an adjunctive as-
sistant professor in Barry College
Graduate School of Social Work.
and also has a private practice in
Coral Gables. Dr. Bockian and his
family are members of Temple
Beth Am.
fr ft ft
Prize winning painting. "Prayer
for Peace" by Miami artist Reyna
Youiigerman. ij now on exhibition
at the Deauville Hotel. The Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women
requested that it be hung through-
out the recent convention at (he
hotel, since the painting reflected
the theme of the closing banquet
at which Dr. Joachim Prinz was
guest speaker.
Bernie Paley, owner of the Eur-
opa Restaurant, is a stable owner
and one of the few who's ahead of
the game. Some of his horses are
Chick's Nancy, Classic King. Ren-
eged's Degree. Good Skate and
Fairy Boots. The horses have won
more than 40 races over the past
year and a half with Bernie's
cousin, Herb Paley, the trainer.
The horses race at all local tracks
plus Garden State, Monmouth and
Atlantic City.
ft ft ft
Out-of-towners finding dining a
real experience at Lloyd's of Mai-
son Grande include the Fred Al>
perts of New Bedford. Mass.. own-
ers of the statewide furniture
store chain. Localites becoming
regulars are the Murray Sonnets,
Mrs. Bob Turchin. Burdine's Owen
Love, and the Harry (Hap) Levys.
ft ft
Ira Sullivan, jazz artist, and Ma-
rie Louise Leeds, soprano, will
:tar in a concert finale Thursday
evening. Aoril 12, at the Miami
Beach Auditorium when the Miami
Beach Senior High School Music
Department presents its second
annual community concert. The mu-
sicale will feature the school's
jazz band, guitar ensembles, con-
cert orchesta, choir and symphonic
band and soloists.
'Summer and Smoke' Opens
At Coconut Grove Playhouse
The Jeffrey Havden production
of Tennessee Williams' stunning
play. "Summer and Smoke," star-
ring Academy Award winning ac-
tress Eva Marie Saint and Ronny
Cox of "Deliverance" fame, opened
Tuesday for a two week engage-
ment at the Coconut Grove Play-
house.
Directed by Jeffrey Havden
(Miss Saint's husband), the com-
pany also includes Jon Lerner,
Amzie Strickland, Christine Avila,
Linda Kelsey. Mark Herron. Harry
Ellerbe. Ethel Dugan. Ben Jones.
Oswaldo Calvo, and Howard B.-un-
ner.
Beach Civic League
Plans Dinner Dance
The Miami Beach Civic League
will hold a reception, dinner, dance
and show on Saturday in the
Casanova Room of the Deauville
Hotel.
The 7 p.m reception will be
followed by dinner. In charge of
arrangements is David Emmer.
fit, Jerusalem
om like a sweet friend
te, but it is really an
insidious enemy. Furthermore.
I ith< 'in Btarch, seems
to be the enemy leading to dia-
cording to the findings of
scientists at the Hadassah-Hehrew
Universitj Medical Center.
This was reported recently at
ihe International Symposium on
Lipid Metabolism, Obesity and Dia-
betes Mellitus Impact on Atherros-
clerosis bj Prof, Aharon M. Cohen,
head of the diabetic unit at the
Kadessfth H( brew University Medi-
cal Center.
Prof Cohen gave a paper on the
effects oi different diets on Is-
raelis of varying ethnic origins,
and his team found that new
tnmigrants from Yemen, who are
accustomed to a diet which includ-
ed much starch but no sucrose,
showed a low incidence of dia-
betes and atherosclerosis, while
Ashkenazi Jews, who eat a consid-
erable amount of sucrose, are so
prone to diabetes that it is known
as the "Jewish disease."
When Dr. Cohen and his team
checked on the incidence of dia-
betes among veteran Yemenite set-
tlers in Israel, they found that
there was a fairly high incidence
of diabetes and an even higher in-
cidence of atherosclerosis. This
change for tfce worse indicated that
the environment had had an ad-
verse effect, since the inherited
constitutions of old and new Yem-
en.te settlers did not change
there was little intermarriage at
the time.
The scientists then carried out
experiments with laboratory ani-
mals: some were put on Yemenite
diets and others on Ashkenazi regi-
mens. After two months, the ani-
mals were examined for their glu-
cose tolerance. It was found that
those given Yemenite diets were
normal, while the glucose toler-
ance of those on Ashkenazi diet be-
came impaired. Furthermore, the
lipid metabolism and growth rate
in ;h." latter .group also suffered.
Together with Prof. A. A. Goren.
of Holland, who was then in Israel.
this experiment was repeated on
human volunteers. The same re-
sults were obtained.
However, not all the volunteers,
and not all the animals, behaved
in the same way. Some showed the
impairment after feeding on the
Ashkenazi diet, while others did
not. This brought in the individual
element, the genetic factor.
Again, the problem was taken
back to the laboratory, and animals
were fed the Western diet. The
male and female showing the great-
est impairment were mated and
their progeny were similarly
treated as to their diet. Five or
six generations were selected and
treated. The offspring of these se
lected families were divided into
two groups again, and one group
fed on the Yemenite diet the
other on the Western diet.
-
Ultimately, those on the Western
diet developed diabetes with all
the metabolic changes a high
blood glucose, spilled sugar in the
urine and changes in their blood
lipids while their siblings on
the Yemenite diet, did not develop
these changes.
The diabetic animals were ex-
amined : rally and it was
found that the selected diabetic
animals on Western diet developed
vascular changes characteristic of
diabetes, while none of their sib-
lings developed any of these
changes i.e.. neither metabolic nor
vascular changes.
The experiment indicates that in
those people who are genetically
prone to diabetes, one can prevent
the development by proper diet,
and also avoid the consequent vas-
cular complications.
The problem of how to detect
those who are genetically prone to
diabetes, the nature of this genetic
factor, the time course of the vas-
cular and metabolic complications,
the relationship between atheros-
clerosis and diabetes and many
other related problems are at pres-
ent under investigation by Prof.
Cohen and his team.
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Little more than c year alter her arrival bom Russia,
Rose Tessler is studying to become a physician's
associate at New York City's Touro College. Rose,
her father, mother, brother and sister are among 650
Russian Jewish migrants who have now been reset-
tled in the Greater New York area with the aid of the
New York Association for New Americans. (NYANA)
Rose shows her uniform with special symbol to Philip
Soskis, NYANA executive director and Mrs. Sophie
S. Udell. NYANA president It is a recipient agency
of the CJA-JEF.


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+Je*is) ITrrirtirnr
Page 3-D
There are three
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when you're buying
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Where is it?
What's thertf
How tn uch?
We've got some
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luxury thatincludesa balconied view
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Many diets call for many glasses of water each
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-so palatable, so "light" on the system.
When you first taste Mountain Valley Water,
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what incomparably good water can mean for yoU.
Only one water has earned nationwide acclaim-
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right on the beach
yet only minutes
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Magnificent views over-
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Heated swimming pool.
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Public beoch withm wolkmg
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Underground electee e>nd tele-
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Pcrcre4-D
rJenlsincJ'idfor
Friday, April 8, 1373 ..
Scores ct youngsters like these, who have spent most of the
nights c: their lives underground in the frequently shelled
religious settlements of the Beth Shear. Valley in Israel,
will have rest and rehabilitation vacations this summer at
Kiar Batva, a children's village operated by the Mizrachi
Women's Organization of America, neaT Rcanana, in the
Sharon plain. The program is financed by the Fresh Air
Fund for Israel's children, which also provides summer va-
cations and day-camping for underprivileged children in
Israel's major cities.
Mother-Daughter
Ijimcheon At
Tom pie Israel
A:..... h : 11 jhter lunch-
- for S f Temple
ml will be
\ nil 18. at noon at
\ ..:: fashion
how I -.i of Miami will be
i of the program.
N\v mark is chair-
- for the day:
Irs. Howard Novell is Sisterhood

\ isinesa meeting to
the new Sisterhood officers
| uii precede the program.
rvations for the luncheon
lay be r.^de by calling the temple
ice.
Wanted
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
for Conservative Temple. Senc
resume and salary reouire
ments. Write E. D., Box 2973
Miami, Fla. 33101.
Women's Auxiliary, Florida Committee, Sports for
was ted by Mis. Philip Thau, chair
her cochairmen, Mis. Milton Sirkin (left! Mi;. Gsorq
entire ce:.ter 'sected' end Mrs. Philip Cere-. Btat
Mrs. Thau has scheduled a beard of direc:;..- me
the C: House Wednesday at 10 a.m.. where an ol
film of Ihe 1965 Maccibiah Olympics wUl ..
has outstanding women of the comiuu;
the zcz:-l of directors.
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Friday, April 6, 1973
Del ^ntea ct the success of the 25th Anniversary Knyan
anc Blick 0n of the Hebrew Academy -.-n are
thes Leader* of the S25-a-piate affair at the Eden Roc Hotel
(frc~ left Mr*. C?crqe Felde:,kreis, luncheon chaixraan and
vie- f.-esider.ti Mrs. Irving Firtel, honorary life .::e3;dent;
Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, honorary life president, and Mrs.
Leos president of the Hebrew Academy Women.
Program a Rene Sanchez of Bal Harbout fashion
show and o talk by Rabbi Alexander S. G- acipal o:
the acadeinj
During her lecent art exhibit at the Corner Bank of Miami
Beech, Cn:\ V/hitebrcck (kneeling) described her latest foun-
tain creation to bank president Stephen Corner, his wife
Anna, (center and daughter Vicki.
* An* 1st fhrHfor
Page 5-D
Election Meeting Planned
Beth i':" id Sisterhood will hav<
in election meeting Wednesday a'
.:.' South
300 SVV l: i St. 1 iinch will b,
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Fullest support of the United Jewish Appeal's 1973
campaign was urged in an official resolution of en-
doisement issued by Jacob Stein, chairman of the
Conference of Presidents of Major American Organiza-
tions. The meeting followed an address by Israel Fi-
nance Minister Pinchas Sapir stating the Israel's need
now is qiaater than ever. (Left to right) Jacob Stein,
chairman President's Conference; Mr. Sapir, Irving
Bernstein, executive vice president, UJA, and Yehuda
Kellmaa executive director, Presidents Conference.
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the Jewish national fund family
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MOURNS
THE PASSING Of
of
Their Beloved Leaders
NATHAN TOPLIN
JOSEPH H. COHEN
May their souls rest in Peace and may their
memory be an inspiration to all of us forever.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
Mr. & Mrs. Max Affachiner
Lou Aronson
Simon Berstein
Prof. Andre S. Bialolenki
Mrs. Ida Bookspan
Cantor Saul Breeh
Leo Buda
Mrs Bertha Davidson
Mrs. Beulah Davis
Hon. Jay Dermer
Mrs. Lillian Dubowy
Harry Feldman
Shmuel Fershko
Jack A. Filosof
Ezra Finegold
Abraham Fraidlin
Mayshie Friedberg
Charles Fuhrman
Mrs. Robert Garber
Abraham Grossman
Abraham Grunhut
Max Hecht
Meyer Helfenstein
Mr. & Mrs. Peter F. Heller
Herman Higger
Isaac Jacobowitz
Herman Kass
Bernard Katz
Judge Zev W. Kogan
George N. Kotin
Rabbi Irving Lehrman
Mrs Burton (Fran) Levey
Frieda Lifchutz
Mrs. Louis Lustig
Herman Medow
Mr. & Mrs. Emanuel Mentr
Leo Mindlin
Mrs. Florence Minov
Sam Pascoe
Mrs. Miriam Press
Morris Putter
Rabbi David Raab
*** Isidore Rifkin
Julius Rosenstein
Leon Schuster
Mrs. Toby Schacter
William J. Schusel
Mrs. Richard Schwarz
Mrs. Malka Shklair
Meyer Siegel
Mr. AMrs.J. Z. Stadlan
Simon Tetenbaum
Mrs. Ida Wessel
Leonard ZiJbort


Page 6-D
*Jenist>Fk>ridiar
Friday, April 6, 197J
One Of LB J's Last Letters
Reunion with their families ranks high on the agenda of
Asian refugees from Uganda who have found haven in the
United States. Mr. and Mrs. Bahadurali Jaffer (left) were
fortunate; they were able to come to the United States to-
gether. The wife and three children of Sadrudin Ebrahim
(right) w?re evacuated to Great Britain; here he thanks Philip
Scskis, executive director of the New York Association for
New Americans, fcr his advice and assistance In bringing
the family to the United States to join him. The 1973 CJA-
117 campaign supports the NYANA agency.
?I EI (IIE L S
b\ .NORM BAH \( I!
NEW YORK (JTA) One of
the last letters written by the late
President Lvndon B. Johnson be-
fore his death Jan. 22 was ad-
dressed to Irving Bernstein exec-
utive vice chairman of the United
Jewish Appeal. It was a response
to an invitation to meet with the
UJA's National Young Leadership
Cabinet at a seminar scheduled to
be held next Sept. 13-16 in Austin.
Tex.
Mr Bernstein, in releasing the
loiter described it as "a piognant
footnote to the life of Mr. Johnson
and only one reflection of his in-
terest and action on behalf of the
Jewish people."
President Johnson's letter, dated
I Jan. 17 was in reply to a letter
from Mr. Bernstein dated Jan. 12
I in which the UJA official desenb-
ed the nature of the National
Young Leadership Cabinet and ad-'
I vised President Johnson that
the group was holding its annual
j retreat in Austin next September.,
the first in the Southwest.
Mr. Bernstein asked Mr Johnson
if he could agree to meet with
them during their retreat at a spe
cial seminar dealing with the sit-
uation affecting the people of Is-
rael as he >aw it during the period
,,i the Six-Day War. a: any-
hing else he
it the

treat site or i rary.
In n
dent said he was interested to
know more about the Youth Lead-
ership Program and the seminar
planned for September." adding:
You were kind enough to invite
me to meet with the young men
to share with and learn from them.
I will hope to be able to do this,
but I must ask that you get back
in touch with me closer to the date,
so that I will better know wha"
my health and schedule situation
will be. I want to do it and will
remember your invitation."
) promised in my last column, I am passing .along another
i for a ow-cosl dinner which is jood served with a creamy
_- and fresh fruit dessei t
STUFFED M.WICOTTI
. ix manicotti noodles
3 lb. chopped meat
1 >mall onion, diced
: heaping tsp. hamburger
reasoning
-. tsp. parsley flakes
1 large egg
'4 cup soft crumbs
1 large jar spaghetti sauce
'about 29 oz.)
Boil noodles according to package directions! do not over-
boil). Rinse in cold water. Mix meat, onion and spices with egg
crumbs. Use 9x13 teflon pan or regular pan lightly greased
manicotti with meat mixture. Place in rows in pan. one
deep. Cover with sauce. Bake 45 minutes at 350". Serves
Vi'4
Wildfire
in the south.
There's no
future in it.
4&
tne pud-ic good
fei
&^s
Help Prevent Forest Fires in the South
Wometco Theatres
ESlliiiTI
ACADEMY AWARDS
WINNER
"BEST FOREIGN
LANGUAGE FILM
A film by
Luis Buruiel
THE DISCREET
CHARM OF THE
BOURGEOISIE"
1 V-C*^NC CINT11 J tl-i-^i0"|
UMlAND
"Might just turn out to be
this year's sleeper and
emulate the runaway success
of'BILLY JACK.'"*
WalkingTALL
The unanimous hit
of the 1972 Cannes
Film Festival
An Israeli love story you will
never loroet.
ISRAEL'S
I LOVE
YOU
ROSA
BETH ISRAEL
CONGRETATION
presents
ISRAEL PASSOVER
FESTIVAL
ONE
NIGHT
ONLY!
Celebrating
the 25th
Anniversary
of the
State of Israel
THUR. EVE.
April 19,1973
8:15 P.M.
Miami Beach Aud.
Donations:
$3, $4, $5, $7
Tickets available at the
Auditorium loi Office or by mail:
fteth Israel Congregation
0 W 401* SI Miami leach Fla 331
r mfar.aation and raiomatioai col
538-1251 or 861 3981
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GoUm Uoixi
of 3Mil
AYALONS
EMIL
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GONE 10 YEARS FROM US
HARRY SPIVACK
BUT NEVER FROM OUR HEARTS
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WITH GUEST ARTISTS
VIOLETTE PETER
YERDY MARTINS
NEW YORK CITY BALLET
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Friday, April 6, 1973
+Jewisti ncrMi&n
Page 7-E*
1?
Israel Bonds To Fete
Premier's 75th Year
Jewish communities in the
United SUtaes and Canada will be
asked to participate in a special
75th birthday tribute to Prime
Minister Golda Mcir by engaging
in an Israel Bond sales campaign
to produce $75 million in cash in
the months of May and June.
Plans for this birthdav camnaifn
were adopted at a meeting of the
1973 National Campaign Executive
Committee of the Israel Bond
Organization at which Sam Roth-
berg. General Chairman, presided.
Mrs. Meir. who was born on
May 3, 1898. will reach her 75th
birthday four days prior to the
25th aaniversarj of tin proclama-
tion of Israel's independence.
'"It is a very welcome co
incidence ol history that those two
birthday.- should meel on the cal-
endar of Jewish rebirth, providing
a double source of inspiration f^i
meaningfu' action to demonstrati
t') the pi :; | ;;!i(i to Iheil
Pi".;: ; r T.v :.'. of 0U1
commitn the m fans
t'l keep !- : I llCC .:' I
: !. 'I"-
thi S75 mil-
lion campaign in honor of Mrs.
Meir during May and June.
Purchasers of Israel Bonds dur-
ing this period will be given the
opportunity to sign a personal
which wmndh bfirth(^ S,cc,i"S will speak on "The Synagogue and \
which will be forwarded to the the Community."
Prime Minister as a token of the Refreshments are under the
S^fiE "TT uf eSteCm W"hip of Joseph and Dorothy
nmlj. h ." ,UCh **[* enj0yS BeWr in celebration of their 53rd
among the Jewish people.
'The Synagogue'
Topic Of Talk
By Rabbi Groiier
B'nai Zion Organization, Miami
Beach Chapter, is meeting Thurs-
day, April 26, at 8 p.m. at the
Washington Federal, 1234 Wash-
ington Ave.
uuest sneaker will be Rabbi
Avraham Groner, spiritual leader |
of Congregation Etz Chaim. who
anniversary.
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Israeli Scholar
Visiting Miami
Scholar Suqech Yizhar, a
tie larMli pi i. e winn
'Days of Zykluy," will be visiting
SAMECH Y1ZHAR
tip Miami Jewish community
through Saturdaj as part >: the
olars-In-Residence program
While here, Mr Vizhar met with '
udenta .-it the University of,
imi, discussing his works, which
.-o include "Midnight Caravan"
n I .1 papi ib.uk "Israeli Stories"
i will also speak with many other
ments of the Jewish com
i tunity, sharing with Ihem his ox-
iem i and discussing ti pics:
i i are interested in.
Samech Yizhar was born in
~i hovot, Israel, and is a graduate
of the Teacher's Seminary in Beit
Hakerem, Jerusalem. In 1942 he
received his B.A. degree from the
Hebrew University in Philosophy.
served as a member of Knesset
' 18 years as a member of the
/-j.ipai (Labor; lisi.
Mr Yizhar studied at Harvard.
i ihe center for international af-,
fairs, and at Columbia University,
h cializing in observation of edu-
cational systems in such diverse
iaces as Harlem and White Plains.
Be also taught Hebrew Literature
i the Jewish Theological Seminary
ind at Grata College in Phila-
i.lphia,.,
Today, besides writing Mr.
fizhar ti aches the Instruction oi
Jterature al the Hebrew I a
sity School of Education.
Samech Yizhar belongs to the
post war generation of Israeli
writers. His war stories, published
immeditely after the war of ir.de-
p ndence, have made a deep Im
pression.
Unlike the older Hebrew writers.
Yizhar is not burdened with
.i idies of early source materia
but employs the language i" which
he was brought up. not knowing
any other. At the same time he
avoids readv-made cliches, which
often leads him to coin new
phrases, born in the new situation
and based on idiomatic war stories.
Mr, Yizhar has been a guest In
the Miami community for two
weeks, through the schol.
residence program, which is spon-
sored nationally by Americif
Zionist Federation and the Amer-
ican Zionist Youth Foundation.
His visit was co-sponsored by the
American Zionist Federation,
Hillel Jewish Student- <" t< r
Central Agency for Jewish Eduea
tion. Israel Aliyah Center and
Israi I Programs office.
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these Passover tradi'iona's. Mori's Apple
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of apple sauce compliment a matzch-stuf-
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DAVID BENMRION at 86
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ing his memoirs and historical
works, ihree hours to reading
and siv hours to Bleep. He dis-
posed his strict daily schedule
recently to a delegation Of the
statagst which visited him at
his Mm in Kilihut/. Sde Boker.
LtGAL NOTICE
UGAL NOTICt
LtGAL NOTICE
Rabbi Chaim Douek (left) chief rabbi of Egypt for some 10
years, was finally able to leave Egypt last April. Since his
arrival in the United States in October, Rabbi Douek and
his family have been receiving resettlement assistance
from the New York Association for New Americans
(NYANA). Here he shows the passport on which he traveled
to Mrs. Ruth Wortman, NYANA caseworker, as his only son,
Jacques, looks on. NYANA, which receives its funds from
lhe nationwide campaigns of the United Jewish Appeal,
provides cash outlays for rent, furniture, medical care and
other essential needs as well as casework, vocational and
educational services to about half of all Jewish newcomers
to the United States.
LtGAL NOTICt
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 73-4806
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In Re The Petition of:
MARTIN IIKSMCK and
SHIRLEY ilBSMi'K.
TO: DANIEIjC. I.lew is. JR.
l'i IP'S TEN SHOP
S750 Atlanta Highway
Atlnn.-. Oeoruia 30604
VOF ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED,
lluil a. Petition lor Adoption hus been
filed, and you are required to verve
your answer or other pleading to the
P. tllloner'n Attorney, LESTER ROG-
ERS. ESQ., 1454 X.W. 17th Avenue,
Miami. Florida, it ml file lhe original
In Hi.- Office of ih. Clerk of iiu Cir-
cuit Couri "ii or before s day .>f
May, IMS. if you fail to do adop-
tion will be granted
DATED :: Miami Dade Count] .
Florida 'l'i- S day "f April, 1973.
l:it HARD P HKINKKK.
f*I rk, niroult Court
1 i* P ii'i:i.A\ii
: puty Clerk
4 6-13-20-27
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. 73-8114
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
ix RE: Marriage of:
RUTH I. UREE.V,
Wife
and
JAMES VV. GREEN,
Hufband
l'i i: .limes \V. Ureen
i mo Ri-d Ham Road
Warmlnnter, Pa.
YOU \i:i: HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed agalnal rou and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defense*, ir any. to it
.hi ira POZE.N, attorney for Peti-
tioner, ii..'. address is M3S S. Dixie
Highway, Suiti 300, Miami. Fla 33158,
and file thi original with the clerk
of th. above styled court on or before
.May i7j; otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the relief
demanded in tho complaint or petition.
This notice shall l.e published once
each week fur four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH I'l.oltlDiAN
witness my hand and the seal
of said i-ourl at Miami, Florida "n this
I day "i April. I97J.
RICHARD P. BRINi'ER
i 'lei u. i Ireull '.iurt
Dade i "ounty, Florida
P\ IV I Fl 'V
A> Demit] Clerk
fC'ircuil >'..un Seal)
4/6-13-80-87
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH "
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
ClVSkV ACTION NO. 73-8113
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISIC.
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: Marriage of
LEONARD WINFIELD 8EITHER,
.lit .
Husband
ami
DIANE LYNN NEITHER,
Wife
'l'i': I liana Lynn Belther
It. -olenre unknown
VOt' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIK
thai an action f"r Dissolution "i Ms
rlage has been filed against you a<
you are required to serve a copy
your written defenses, if any, to
mi IRA Pi IZEN.......rnej for Pi l
tioner, whose Bddress i> >"> '" s l>i\.-
Hghway, Suite 300, Miami. Fla. 3315
and file the original with the clerk
the above styled court on or hefor*
May 9, I97S: otherwise a default will
be entered againsl you for the rell
demanded in the complaint or petltio
This notice shall be published on
each w.ek for four consecutive wei
in THE JEWI8H FLORIDIAN
WITNESS ins- hand and the seal
said court at Miami. Florida .n ti..>
i das of April, 1973
Rli'HAKP P IJRI.VKER
As Cli rk. Circuit Court
I lade County, Florida
F'.v D .1 FOY
As Denut] Clerk
(Circuit Court Sean
4 8-18-20-27
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ILIVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO. 73-8137
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: I'M-: .MAURI AUK <>!'
MALCTil I. |.|i| '
Petlli' i
.an.l
FRANCi
ReaUOnil. i; I
viii' i-'i; \-..'i-:s i:ii.|i; i:
dent, of i; l i.; I ..\ i;...,.i. \|. h...
Papnsyh. ai:i: iii;i:i-:in \'OTl
FIED t' i y..in > riu, n defense :.
this Dis !......'i >' \l.. i -. n nil i In
Court's CUrk .mil nerve .. isnpj upon
Plaintiff \ ......>-. \ t, SMITH Sum. IK. 420 South Dixie
Hwy.. Cij.iI Ual.ies, Florida on or
before I] I .!..\ of \|a\ >'T :. !-.
the Comii.inr will he tak.-n .is ron-
(Maad.
DATED: A.., .1 I. 1 "7.;
RICH i:u V. I'.ltlXKKR, Clerk
BY II. M KI8SEE
Deputy i'i, i k
(Circuit i'i.ui i S.-all
4 (-13-20-27
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-1503
Hon. J. Gwynn Parker
In RE; Estai. >'!'
FRANCES IH i.VTRAiiKR NEl'.
deceaseri
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ami All Person* Hav-
ing Claim- "I Demands Againsl Said
Estate:
You are lit n by notified and required
to present any claims and demands
Which yon may h..v. auainsl tin es-
tat of FRANCES IMiNTRAC.KR NEl
deceased late of I'.oh I'muiiv K'..''.
to the Cir.-uii Ju.lt. s of Dade County,
and file the same In dunlicate hi I j
provided hi s.i lion ::.:. if. Florida
Statutes, "i il'.n- offi.es in the Loun-
unl use, in Dad- County, Mor-
-Ma, within si.v calendar months from
the tlm. of the flrsl publication hero-
-. me III be barred
i Miami Florida, this I day
\ n li'7S.
[i>HN H ITIIIC Esq.
Suite 1133
v ttl.....il Hani Ml II
Flagler s
in n IS-MMl
lor
of. or II
of April
Mian.
ACTIC- FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARHI^GE
N ".ICE OF ACTION
CO'% -TUCT I VE SERVICE
-.c, PROPERTY)
IN TH' l I IT COURT OF THE
ELE^ M .IUTICIAL CIKCL'IT
OF TLORIDA IN AND FOR
CADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 73-8073
IN RE "
MAROAK'.'I KU'KS,
Petit le' r
and
LEHEI. Kl'.s.
Rcsiki;
To: LEI Kl'"!*
121 i
Del"
TOl' vi:i: I1KRE:!Y NOTIFIED
that an I'lsaolutlo m Mnr-
rlage has i I'il.d airainsl you and
you ar. r. Miiii-d n, .-, rv. .. entry ",
ur ......... if an>. I" n
on MAICMN U EINSTEIN ESQ..
OROVKi: EINSTEIN A- I Al ELI..
P.A.. ill!" | i '" I.......", ""'T
ad.ires- sail. '" Lincoln Road.
Miami H. h. ''. '" ""
original with lhe clerk nl Ihi ahovi
styled i ......'....." *<> ''".
other* i- -Hi' will >- ''"'"'
saainsi m.ii f-.r Ho- r.-h. i demanded
1n the ndai-il or petition
This .ion.-., shall b- published onie
e:,,-h wc-k tor four IS' I..... weeks
in THE JEWISH El ORIIUAN
WITV.'"s-i on hind and tne seal oi
dairt coon : Mlmm. Florida, on Ims
:' -
RICH \,:i. P. BRINKBR
I, ;.. circuit Court.
D.i.|. c. ii"i Florida
By I. BNEEDEN
\. Deputy 'lerk
OROvrci: W'EINSTEIN ,V S'lAI HER.
,!y*MAKVlN WE1NSTEIN. ICSO,
SMI Lln.-o:>i Roatl. Miami Lba-li.
Florida
Attorney for Petitioner ^^-tt
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Friday, April 6. 1?7J
This view will cast joj
$5000 more next yean
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It'll cost you a lot of money.
Construction costs keep rising.
And there's no end in sight. An
apartment here at River Reach
(or anywhere else in South Florida)
will cost you at least 10% more
next seas ^n.
So it you're planning to bur.
Now is the time. Before prices
climb any higher.
An there's no better place to
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pletely surrounded by water;
Al rig pictun sque and historic
New River with its endless parade
of yachts. With nly one entrance
a gateb use manned
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