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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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

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"^Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY mi THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 46 Number 17
.mi, Florida Friday, April 27. 1973
Two P;icc 25 c-9
What's happening here..,
REPORT TO THE COMMUNITY
lost week our families joined together, celebrating the freedom
to live as Jews through the observance of Possover. This week we
are facing another aspect of the joy and the responsibility of that
freedom, as all of us throughout the Jewish community of Greater
Miami prepare for the final months of the 1973 Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign.
At this time each year, hundrels of Greater Miami Jews join
forces to extend the message of "Tzedakoh," social justice for all
Jews through charitable giving, to every part of our community.
There are still thousands of Jews in Greater Miami, many who have
shown their commitment in the past, who have not yet been reached
by the CJA-'EF campaign message.
Between April 25 and May 25, Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion's annual Phon-a-thon will be in effect to spread that
message. Through this program, doiens of volunteers
and community leaders will man the phones four hours
each day informing their neighbors about the importance
of their involvement in 1973. The work involved is ex-
tensive, but so is this community's concern for the survi-
val of the Jewish people.
Be tv.
St
This year the Phon-a-thon offers a perfect oppor-
tunity fr ench of us to pitch in and help in a very personal way, and
to than in the "mitivah" of asking a fellow Jew to help those in
need, ami because the urgent needs continue right here in Dade
County, in Israel and in Jewish communities around the world, your
Federation is providing this opportunity.
Two Phon-a-thon sessions will take place each day, one between
3:00 and 4:30 p.m. and another between 6 and 8:30 p.m. A light
meal will be provided for those participating during the dinner hour.
The kinship and "simcha" you felt during Passover is a spirit
which lasts all year long. Each and every member of the Greater
Miami Jewish community can help strengthen that spirit by partki-
pating in the activities of your Federation..
If you are able to volunteer an hour or two of your time to help
your Federation help your people, please phone Mrs. Hilda Pastor at
758-3321. Even if you have no time to spare, why not take the
opportunity to express your commitment today?
Better yet, don't wait for the call. Phone 758-3321 today with
your very personal expression of concern and involvement.
HARRY A. (HAP! LEVY
General Chairman
Greater Miami Jewish Federation's
1973 Combined Jewish Appeal
and Israel Emergency Fund Campaign
Israel, Arabs Killed
Guerrilla Movement
Libyan President Says
Meany Urges Backing
Jackson Amendment
WASHINGTON (JTA) AFL-
CIO president George Meany
has declared that under no
present circumstances should
the Soviet Union be granted"
most favorp'' nation '^'us from
seeking to wave for israei.
"The President has no solid
evidence that the Soviet Union
has abolished or will abolish its
infamous head tax,' Mr. Meany
said. "There is no evidence at
all that the Soviet Union would
keep its promise even if it made
such a pledge openly and pub-
licly which it has not done. In-
deed, the Sovie: union nas an
unbroken record of breaking its
word every time she gives it."
Mr. Meany urgeu the 76 Sen-
ators who have already declared
their opposition to granting the
Soviet Union MFN status pend-
ing its removal of restrictions
on emigration "not to weaken
in the face of the White House
campaign.
"There is no present indica-
tion that the Soviet Union has
earned or deserves any special
concessions paid for by the
American taxpayer," he added.
The New York Board of Rab-
bis declared in a letter to Presi-
dent Nixon, "We hope you will
not grant most favored nation
status to the Soviet government
Continued on Page 13-A
By Special Report
BEIRUT. Lebanon Premier-
designate Amin Hafetz. formed a
17 man cabinet Wednesday after-
noon as Lebanon appeared to
adopt a moderate stance towards
both Israel and the Palestine
guerrilla movement in the wake
of the April 10 strike into this
capital city by Israeli com-
mandos.
But even as Mr. Hafetz, a
Tripoli native who is expected
to balance the Lebanese govern-
ment between all-out support of
the terrorists and intensive ef-
forts to curb their activities,
presented his Government, the
guerrillas were shaken anew.
The influential magazine As-
sayad, published here, distrib-
uted an interview Wednesday
which quoted Libyan President
Moarynar Khadafy as saying,
"the Palestine Liberation Move
ment is dead."
President Khadafy, considered
one of the most antagonistic
Arab leaders against Israel and
in support of the terrorists, said
a combination of Israel and
"Arab ineptitude and empty
words" ended the Palestinian
movement.
"I plan to retire as soon as
the merger of Libya and Egypt
is complete. Perhaps then "he
Arab nations can forget the
about the strength of the I'
tine Liberation Movement and
work together."
Mr. Hafetz was believed to b*
generally satisfied with the
I'.N. resolution, which con-
demned Israel and attacked
terrorism without specifically
citing the Palestinian guerrillas.
He reportedly told members
of the new Lebanese Cabinet
that the resolution avoided vetOi
by the United Stataes, the
Soviet Union and China and
safeguarded Lebanon's position.
Waldheim, Jarring Set
Meeting On Middle East
UNITED NATION'S (JTA)
Dr. Gunnar V. Jarring is ex-
pected this week to meet with
Secretary General Kurt Wald-
heim about the situation in the
Middle East. Mr. Waldheim was
asked by the Security Council on
Egypt's request to submit a com-
prehensive report on the Middle
East situation since 1967.
A I'.N. spokesman said that
Mr. Waldheim got in touch with
Ambassador Janing and that he
is expected, but added, "we do
not have a date.''
According to one report here,
Israel I'.N. Ambassador Yosef
Tekoah conferred with Mr.
Waldheim over the weekend,
regarding the Waldheim report.
The IN. chief executive is ex-
pected to submit his report in
four to five weeks to the
Security Council, which will then
debate the matter.
The Security Council adopted
a resolution condemning Israel
for its April 10 raids in Lebanon
and deploring "all recent acts of
violence."
Meanwhile, the Egyptians are
reported'y delighted over the
Security Council decision. Egypt
viewed as a "diplomatic victory"
the decision to reconvene the
Security Council next month to
debate the Middle East situa-
tion.
Observers note that Egypt is
interested in the resumption of
the Janing mission which has
been stalemated for the past
year, since no new U.S. initia-
tive was forthcoming after
Nixon's reelection.
Israeli Foreign Minister Aba
Eban also expressed gratitude
over the Security Council vote,
calling it a major setback for the
Arabs.
Yosef Tekoah. Israel's ambas-
sador to the United Nations, said
the Security Council has demon-
strated once again that it could
not "deal equitably with ques-
tions pertaining to the Middle
Eastern situation." Mr. Tekoah s
remarks came after the Security
Council voted 11-0 with four ab-
stentions for a British-French
resolution that condemned Israel
for its April 10 commando raids
on terrorist headquarters in
Lebanon. Those abstaining v.ere
Guinea, Tne Soviet Union, and
China.
The resolution "deeply" it-
plcrcd "all recent acts of vio-
lence resulting in the loss of life
of innocent individuals and the
endangering of international
civil aviation" the first di-
rect criticism of Arab terrorist
Continued O Page 12-A
British Newsman Says ITT Maintained
Nazi Ties Throughout World War II
NEW YORK (JTA) The
International Telephone and
Telegraph Corporation main-
tained close ties with leaders
of Nazi Germany from 1933 until
the end of the war in 1945, ac-
cording to Anthony Sampson,
the author of a forthcoming
book. "The Sovereign State of
ITT," to be published by Stein
and Day. His charge is based on
a study of U.S. government
records in the National Archives
that have been ignored until
recently.
Mr. Sampson, a newsman from
the London Observer, stated in
an article in the current issue
of New York magazine that ITT
"carefully arranged to become
German" and 'deliberately in-
ve ted in the German war
effort."
The giant corporation, which
has been in the news recently
for trying to prevent the election
of Salvador Allcnde as Pres-
ident of Chile, produced Focke-
Wulf bombers for the Nazi
regime during World War II
th^t "were to wreak havoc on
Allied convoys." Sampson wrote.
The protagonist in Sampson's
article is the late Sosthcnes
Bencs, who founded the ITT in
1920. Citing a news item that
appeared in The New York
Times on Aug. 4. 1943. he re-
ports that Adolf Hitler, then
Germany's new chancellor, re-
ceived a il li {i American
businessmen which con isted <
Benn and his 'pre entative :o
, en i my, H nrj Mann.
"The meeting was the begin-
ning fcf a very special relation-
ship between the ITT and the
Third Reich," Sampson notes.
Behn was eager to work closely
with the new Nazi government."
Mr. Behn obtained the names
of reliable men acceptable to
the Nazis who could join the,
boards of ITT's German com-
panies. Sampson continues. One
of these men was the banker
Kurt von Schrocder, later a
general in the Nazi SS "and the
Continued O Page 12-A
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Friday. April 27, 1973
Hundreds Of Troubled Residents
Will Remember Passover, 1973
Mental Health Meeting Slates Harvard Professor
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I .- ver, 1973. was a time when
i liona In every community joined
Bfjether to remember the deliver
on fiom bondage in indent
imes. For hundreds of residents
if Greater Miami. Passover. 1973.
rill be rememb.red as a time when
v. Jewish community reached out
t, many races and religions in a
. i> contemporary spirit of free-
dom from bondage.
The occasion was a traditional
'a-.-cwr seder, perhaps the first
le'd at St. Stephens Episeo-
ai Church in Coconut Grove. The
nests included nearly 200 resi-
Mill i -us the staff and hoard of
jrcctors of Greater Miami's Spec-
Tim House drug rehabilitation
I :>'
i\ rhaps only as many as 30 of the
. participants were Jews. But
lerj one had known the horrors
slaver) of drug
( : : "\ h< old storj
inu I. i ach ne
his heart the
of Passover
extraordinary seder stem-
: en Lewis.
: sources direc-
11 .. Jew and a former

I kn .." Passovi was a eel-
avery."
Mr Lewis, "and that's what
ot Riverside Memorial Chapels.
The Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
ration responded with matzoh
nd hasgadahs for each participant.
i> well as ritual items and a
model .ir.iiy" to conduct the
ervice. Heading the family was
Vbraham J. Gittelson. assistant
lirector of the Central Agency for
Jewish Education. The mother's
ole was taken by Greater Miami
Jewish Federation campaign asso-
iate Terry Fcidman.
Also donating their time to as-
ist in preparation, and partici-
ating in the seder service, were
>lr Gittelson's wife. Shulamit, and
.is teen-age children. Ora and
\loshe. along with Mrs. Feldman's
lusband, Morris, and daughter Mel-
lye, and Rosa Lowinger. But a
real highlight of the evening came
irhes Len Lewis, '.'.hose .-ears of
iddiction had been ended through
he program^ of Spectrum House,
.-ecited the Four Questions from
memory in perfect Hebrew
Resources director Sam Pyles
helped to coordinate the Spectrum
House participation, with
..: ce of execut tor Rev.
Fred Harrison. The traditioi
formal began with the kindling
of the holiday candles by program
director Connie Zucker Afterward,
the kiddush and traditional Pass-
over songs including a rousing
'he wine provided before them.
Many of the Jewish guests partici-
pated in tne haggadah reading,
ine ritual also included a special
Ritual of Remembrance" for the
millions who perished in the holo-
caust related a; the opening of
the door for Elijah.
Yet along with the learning of
Passover's .-ignificance to every-
one. along with the seder plates
and the full cup for Elijah, a mag-1
nificcnt spirit of unity prevailed
throughout the evening. For as
Jews ritoid their ancient story of
bondage, the seder's message of
hope and freetiom rang clear. Hun-
dreds of troubled residents of
Greater Miami, people of many
races and religions, heard and felt
the message that night, and they I
responded with and with
joy.
Dr. Gerald Caplan. professor of
Psychiatry at Harvard University
Medical School, will be the prin-
cipal speaker May 10 at the Du-
pont Plaza dinner marking the
26tn annual meeting of the Men-
tal Health Association of Dade
County. Inc.
Dr. Caplan. director of the Lab-
oratory of Community p
at Harvard, also will |< | a ,jjs'.
cussion during Menu. Health
Community Daj May 9 i Temple
I-rael. He also will spejK at an
afternoon workshop foi mental
hea.th profc^-ionals May I) a! ihe
Jordan Marsh Auditor. -,. ]-,nj
Bi^cayne Blvd.
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Leon J. Ell To Receive
Humanitarian Award
Leon J. Ell of Miami Beach, a and columnist, is professor of po-
[civic and religious leader in South litieal science and a member of
May Senior Citizen Month
? Florida's Jewish community I'm
he board of trustees of Florida
International University, lie has
served as a member of the"White
House Conference on Refugees
Hid. as ;i member of the i S Refu-
Committee, he represented
the United States at the Inter-Goi
ernmenta] Committee on Euro
pean Migration at Geneva in li)3y.
A member of UNESCO, Mr. KM
was state Republican chairman for
minorities from 1936 through 1962,!
. delegate to the national GOP
inventions in 1980 and li(J8. and ;
served for two years as a member
if ih.1 national board of the Union
American Hebrew Congrega-
ions
A pa-i president and honorary
life president of temple Beth Sha-
lom, Miami Beach Mr. Ell also'
served on the board of 'lie Gn
Miami Jewish federation, United
Fund of Dade Count) and the
Mental Health Association of South
Florida.
Mr. Ell, a member of the hoard
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Miami Beach. Sunday at 10 a.m.
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Volume 46
Friday. April 27, 1973
WASHiNsToN DC Any-
one who knows how to read the
must he aware that grave
decisions about the Vietnamese
v.ar are soon to be taken in the
White House The ritual visit to
.h. (rort by Gen. Alexander
Haig has always meant just that
Enough time has passed since
Gen Haig's return for the Pres-
ident to begin to make up his
mind
ANYONE who knows the sit-
uation also knows the question
the President has to answer. It
has been -.taring the President

Strikes Buy Time For Israel
There is a valid argument in the belief that Israel's
counteraction against the Arab guerrilla bases is ineffective
in the lcng run. As the New York Times stated in an edi-
torial expressing a grudging admiration for the brilliance
cf the 3eirut raid: It wUl not put an end to the kind of
terrorism we have come to expect" from the Arab adven-
turers.
However much we may acknowledge that peace in
the Middle East is brought no closer, it cannot be sug-
gested seriously that Israel should do nothing to curb the
terrorists or not to make it plain to those who shelter them
end give them support of any kind that they are not im-
mune from punishment. Moreover, as has been pi :
time and again, the hard strikes against guerrilla L
and, now, key lecders. buys precious time for Israel as
the Arnbs try to bring their shattered forces together again
and again.
Lebanon, which has some peculiar political pre
cf its own, will have to determine for itself as d.d Jordan,
lh< : isl get rid of guerrilla bases if it wishes to avc'.l
kind of carnage that has been inflicted in recent weeks.
In the meantime, this is a time of both pride and err.
lews all over the world are experiencing
Tribute To Community
Two Miamians were among 25 selected internationally
0 receive Israel's Silver Anniversary Medal from I
S'.ate of Israel and Prime Minister Golda Meir. It is an
honor whjch is a tribute as well to the community for its
dedication and commitment to the Jewish state as exempli-
fied by these tv/o leaders
The importance of the occasion which will honor Rabbi
Leon Kronish, international chairman of the Rabbinic
Council of the Sta'e of Israel Bonds, end Robert Russell,
who serves as world chairman of housing for the Jewish
Agency, is emphas'zed by the fact that the coveted medals
will ba presented by Foreign Minister Abba Eban at a
dinner here May 16.
Time Needed For Clarification
Latin America continues to be an area of increased
concern on the part of world Jewry after many yeaid of
ignoring the existence of a large and viable Jewish com-
munity in the neighboring nations to the south of us.
The atmosphere in Chile has improved considerably
after initial hysteria over the election of Allende whose
early support of Israel has not changed despite his Com-
munist allies. As a Socialist, the Chilean President has al-
ways had a high regard for Israel and in recent months
the exchange of technicians, professors and students has
revealed a friendlv relationship between the two countries.
The election of a Peronist has caused the same initial
anxiety in Argentina and the meeting in Madrid between
President-elect Campora and Arab envoys has not allayed
that feeling. There is a peculiar alignment of forces that
make up the Peronist movement including a large num-
ber of Jewish youths and it will be some time yet before
the situation is clarified as it relates to the Jewish future in
Argentina. 4 Y^fl"
Visit An Important One
West Germany Chancellor Willy Brandt's visit to
Israel in June is being looked forward to with a great deal
of interest. The scheduling of a specific date is a good sign
that relations between Israel and West Germany have im-
proved since last fall. They had been somewhat strained
since the Olympic Games massacre in Munich.
The continued support of West Germany is important
to Israel's foreign relations, particularly in its effort to de-
velop a lasting peace in the Middle East. Chancellor
Brandts visit is, therefore, an important one at this time.

ffiw?a^-^,Y>^
in the face for at least a month
It comes in two parts.
Will the United States look
the other way while North Viet-
nam freely, flagrantly and dan-
gerously violates the most vital
provisions cf the cease-fire agree
ment that was attained at such
cost and negotiated with such
difficulty- Or will the United
States end by taking the hard.
hideously unpleasant measure*
that may be needed to force
Hanoi's compliance with the
cease-fire accord?
The measures in question can
only be progressively dosed ap-
plications of force by bombing,
and perhaps renewed mining of
the ports cf North Vietna n
Nothing could be more repellent
for any political leader than the
kind of choic" now facins the
President. Nothing c^uld be n
bitterly disappointing, either
alth ugh the need for the choice
should not be all that sin
ing. since breakin
;i-i ei ments ha been a
habit of the North Vietnai
l< aders
AGAINST this backgroun I.
..; irentlj ilati d tit-i
. 'ii Laos has to be seen as 1
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COMMENT
bv mm COHEN
SI '';. as we kit an 1 I
a tale, an ; the Jew-
ish '. rr
two stories on Its v r.
A'hiel (rated I very w
re pork' i
that n slmlj he. mad f th
on no 1 :
by Orthodox c in li< ati -
that very few inverts .
maineJ Jews by any yardstick,
a record he si | ied ample
justificati in for the opposition
of Orthodox Judaism to conver-
sion, particular!) thilae for mr-
riage .- the principal motivation
YOU PROBABLY were attract
ed to the headline in last week's
Floridian which featured the
other story: "Miami Black Con-
verted to Judaism Elected to
Board by Jewish Group." It told
us that Donald Wheelel Junta.
a former Miarman who is "Black
ana Jewish," and who had been
converted by Temple Israel?
Rabbi Joseph Narot. had been
elected to the board of the Jew-
ish Social Service Agency in
Washington.
REGULAR readers may recall
an editorial here not so long ago
which dealt with the dilemma
occasioned by some United Funds
throughout the country Wash-
ington among them demand
ing that beneficiary groups in-
clude representatives of minori-
ties on their boards under a
quota system or face the loss of
financial aid.
The election of Don Jones re-
minds mc somewhat of the
search for the ideal candidate
for delegate to the Democratic
National Convention last year.
Bv all standards she would be
a 20-vear-old. poor, black woman
therbv meeting the test of
youth. deprivation, minority and
equal rights for women.
I have not seen Jones since
was
h"ro in towi sinesi
r >f I'liivui-
nity R > >-i ii>"
' n ienf. He, of
-. b Ith F.vr
e :-:.i as he
fa insly did
--'. '- N nut and
afti r ;;,- m> '"-ion.
This is : > decision for mar-
ri ige his ife remains a Chris-
tian but from conviction on
the part of this son of a minis-
ter that J 1 laism was the religion
of his choice. And lie has re-
mained with it. as is obvious from
the news out of Washington.
T WAS NOT an easy decision
for a man who served as presi-
dent of the Dade chapter of the
NAACP. as a Miami municipal
jndue and as one of the leaders
of tht black community, but Don
Jones is a unique man on all
accounts. His son. Donald, Jr.,
is being brought up as a Jew
and I hope that years hence he
does not run into the rigid Or-
thodox rules that base their in-
terpretation of who is a Jew on
the mother's religion.
Having reviewed the statistics
offered bv Rabbi Irwin Borwick,
who made the Orthodox conver-
sion study. I do not mean to be
facetious when I ask what is so
different in the converts* atti-
tudes and observances from
those who were born Jews?
The forgotten Miami Popula-
tion Study (oh. I have always
had the figures that no one else
seems to) reveals that 71 per
cent of the Jews in this area
claim to have "strong" Jewish
(Orthodox) upbringing, but only
ab'iut one-third are affiliated
with congregations. The rabbi's
study shows approximately the
same percentage for his converts.
ABOUT one-fourth of the con-
. *
in Miami only JO
!er vi kas
lav mte
b the ea, -ome 12 per 1
es al oni
I among the 1
con^'-. |i
'.- ffen <
no statistics 01 01 1 ; na
" : or :-. but look ai
this from Mia
More than half the J 'wish
population never g ies to shul or
only about once a year (for ..
yahrzeit?) for a Sabbath service,
and only 60 per cent make a
Yom Kippur pilgrimage, just a
bit hither than those who come
out on Rosh Hashanah. From
there on. it's all downhill for
the festivals with Passover at-
tracting 22 per cent ifor Yiz-
kor) and Simchat Torah (an-
other Yizkor day) 18 per cent.
AND IF the converts measure
well in religious observance as
compared with those born Jews.
they do even better when it
comes to Jewish organizational
life. Some 20 per cent are active
there as compared with the 15
per cent who bother at all to be
invclvcd in Miami.
It has not been my intention
to make out a case for. conver-
sions, but from my view I do
not see the story of Donald
Wheeler Jones as being unique
but one that has many counter-
parts in Jewish history from the
days of Ruth.
And it is an interesting side
note that in Rabbi Borwick's
study he cites the conversion of
a black community of 50 mem-
bers "which observes the Sab-
bath, kashruth and the laws of
family purity but their synagogue
has a mixed choir and lacks a
mechitzah to separate the sexes
at worship." The defense rests.
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Louis Hoberman Reelecled
Brandeis ZOA President
mSrtSS^^X^t^i^^ Ezra Fineg0,d- honorar> '
"cent! ol t ";U,(''-Wh, m* ** Bernard Katz, Esther Open House display of the Fish,
recently reelected for a third term Tyson Albert M. Shulman, vice Community School classes, inelud
presidents: Helen Zuckeibraun, ling folk, round, and square danc
financial secretary; Fannie Rest, ling on the Fisher Patio with Nate
recording secretary; Elsie Ratlncr. | Sirota; yoga with Olga Real and
corresponding secretary, and Rich- lmelda Beaudry; self-hypnosis and
parapsychology with Henry Bravo
and Bernie Baron; social dancing
Senior Citizens' Week Set
May 7-13 At Fisher School
Senior Citi?ens' Week will be
celebrated at the Ida M. Fisher
Community School, 1424 Drexel
Ave., the week of May 7. It will
culminate Sunday, May 13. with an
LOUIS HOBERMAN
ZOA Brandeis district of Great-
Miami, will he installed Mon-
May 7. at 8 p.m. in the Wash-
ington Federal auditorium, 1133
Normandy Dr.
Marian Spear, soprano, and Es-
lobei an, pianist and ae-
companist, will entertain during
the social hour following the in-
stallation,
Mr Hoberman has been active
Greater .Miami Zionist and Is-
raeli causes since 1945, and has
served as president of the Dade
chapter, American Jewish Con-
gress, Miami Beach Music and
Arts League, Surfside Music So-
ciety, chancellor commander of
the George Gershwin Lodge.
Knights of Pythias, and vice presi-
dent (^ the Surfside Civic Assn.
Mr, Hoberman also served for
10 years as vice mayor and coun-
cilman of Surfside. He has twice
been nominated for the Dade Coun-
ty Outstanding Citizen Award. Last
year he led a delegation of local
Zionisl leaders to the 75th annual
ZOA convention held in Tel Aviv
and Jerusalem.
other officers to be installed
Passover Items Distributed
Members of Temnle Ncr Tamid
and its USY distributed hundreds
of packages of Passover items to
needy families in the South Beach
last week. Among the partici-
pants In the program were Eman-
uel Feder. education and youth
director; Michael Turgcl, Jeanette
Himelstein, David Himelstein,
Randee Mizrach, Lisa Gelfand.
Jackie Lorber, Don Feder, and
Marsa Levy, president of the USY.
CONDOMINIUM
^ RESALES
CONDOMINIUM
* LEASING
CONDOMINIUM
HUSTINGS
CONDOMINIUM
* SALES
MORTLAW
MANA.'cMENT. INC
Regis''''^
Real Eitot Brok.r
aid Bergman, treasurer.
On the hoard of directors are
Dr. Herman Ausuhel, Theresa Aus-
ubel, Alex T. Eig. Isidore Gillman.
with Larry London; philosophy of
Spinoza and willpower with Bertha
Albert Grossman Abraham Gross-1 Zo!un, and thc varlous music and
man, Harry Jawitz. Joseph Kahn.' ...
Harry Kaplan. Ja-k Harris. Es- 1 ar,S' and sPCial ,ntcrest activ"'cs
telle Hoberman. Leo Nudelman. neld at Fisher.
George OKip Gil Rappaport :Nat T|lc m m in a, ,
Rue. Albert V. Rosenberg. Wolfe .
Rosenblum. Max Raskin. Adolphe pm- and wl" bc oppn ,0 the
Stattner, Rose Shapiro. Helen I Public, notes Community Council
Tuck and Jennie Zaretsky. (chairman Murray Wergeles.
E. Albert Pallot of Miami Beach, chairman of B'nai B'rith's
commission on community and veterans services and Mrs.
Sylvia Franklin of New York, vice chairman, placed z
wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington
Cemetery during the commission's annual meeting in
Washington.
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Local Leaders Honorees
At Israel Bonds Events
Judge Szrrr S
first r ie JuJc3.
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Honors Nathan Vlook
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Century 21 Planning
'Festival Of Israel'
nil I
Scrol if Honor at
el ration
SAtmin siovm
o* Century 21 in North Miami
Y ach Sunday
The program, which will lea
tare entertaiumcnt by Bobby By-
ron, Jewish humorist and racon-
teur, fa sponsored by th* Centiirv
21 Israel Bond Committee. Julian '
& .Vacron. chairman.
Mr. Slovin moved to Florida '
HATHAN S. VLO*K
day S j -fside Corni
[ayoi .- How-
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a> chosen for bis
lead

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Mr. V ock his served
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blood bank, volunteer Ore
and
He was grand marshall of Surfi
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in Fi Is and
tit '" irtei member
of Temj .- \ 1 imid.
The N-.
ture ..... .. r.u-
Coben.
- j 6 p.m.,
of Surf side are
attend. Rcfr<.
.. be served.
Htetactrat Slates
Women's Session
Saturday \ight
ad rut Worm jncil.
Mai liapter,
hold ,ts benefit 2ame night Sat-
urday || 7 p rr. in the recreation
roc :,-. Rd. Bldg.
Mrs Hill SaM, president of the
>a..i proceeds will -o
. ii Scholarshij, f
Mrs LiH u L ne ii rt servat
chairman Tickets may be tecs
office. Four Free-
- building or :he Lombardv
Hotel
The Hbtadrut sponsors 3 r
wide network of "Amal" technical
high schools in Israel, including the
Greater Miarr: "Amal" Vocational
High in Ranv*
Mrs San! said the scholar
will enable Israel to help narrow
the cultural gap between Jew*
ir m European and Moslem na-
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Lehrman Scholarship Ball
Scheduled Saturday Night
Expansion of '.-. Lehrman Day
T( i mu-EI was
announced Wcdnn .-> in advance
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9th .:. ill led to the
mat Daj .- : r the 1973-
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as the N rth
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He praised
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YM-YWHA Hosting
May 8 Symposium
ing the goal of 130 scholar-
ship donors for tiie Ball. Scholar-
ships al >700 a year, and general
tickets, a' *!25 a couple, are still
hie at the Temple Kinanu-El
office.
Theme of the Scholarship Ball is
"A Night in the Gardens of Spain."'
calling attention to the Golden \
i Judaism in Spam. Moses Mai-
monides. the Spanish Jewish
-'plier. will be paid tribute
i for his efforts n bt-haif of Jewish
education, which included his
famous saying, "The Advancement
of Learning is the Highest Com-
mandment"
Dr. living Le:irman, :n whose
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Esther Jacobs, aged 80. dreams of living
her last years far away from the tenement
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across her kitchen floor.
Thirty-six year old Michael Kerensky s
dreams of taking his family to the freedom
and warmth of Israel were what kept him
alive in the frozen prison of Siberia.
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life with meamng and dignity for her
six-year-old retarded son. Robert.
But by next week. Esther Jacobs dream
of a decent home may have died w.th her.
By next month Michael Kerensky new
immigrant to the Pmnrred Land, may find
that the dream that kept him al.ve in prison
has turned into a dream for adequate hous-
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boy forever, simply because she can t afford
to give him the care he needs.
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Friday, April 27, 1973
HI
Human Relations Bill Introduced In
State Senate by Gordon and Firestone
TALLAHASSEE A human re- j which would have enforcement
lan.ns bill to transfer human \ powers under the provisions of the
ri^nts enforcement from the fed- bill. A companion bill, number
era: government to the state has f>64, has been introduced in the
iM-er introduced in the Senate by \ House by Representative C n
S*m Jack Gordon, D-Miami Beach. Cherry. D-Miami.
aiu George Firestone, D-Miami.
7 e bill would take advantage
01 federal legislation which pro-
vides for deferring human right*
enftrcement to states which have
sufficient enforcement legislation.
V.e feel it's time Florida as-
sum d responsibility for the civil ropolitan Dade County Fair Hous-
rigfr.s of all citizens, and this bill ing and Employment Commission
is a positive step in that direction, have issued a Cease and Desist
Sen Gordon said, "inequities in Order against the owner and man-
Temple
Another
Israel Reaching
Milestone Sunday
Commission Issues
Cease-Desist Order
Hearing examiners of the Met-
hout.ng. employment, education
am; other areas have stifled our
State's human resources and hu-
man dignity." he added.
F rida's only current legislation
in the area permits the state Hu-
man Relations Commission to in
;ate and report on discrimi
nai problems, but does not pro
for enforcement action,
new measure would
discrimination because
sex, religion or national ori-
employment, odu-
cat :i. loans, jurj duty an it
ts, ani1 d again '
tl handh ipped in hous i
e lyment.
in'! was dr ""'I by th Al
e> General's office and th
Human Relations Commission
Temple Israel of Greater Miami
j reaches another milestone in its
I more than half-century of history
1 with the dedication of its Sidney
| and Zenia Meyer Religious Retreat
Sunday.
The dedication program, which
will be attended by the entire re-
ligious school, parents and guests,
will begin at 11 a.m. at the retreat,
located at 25001 SW 167th Ave.
The ceremonies will include thi-
affixing of a Mezzuzah. the plant-
ing of a tree and remarks by Dr.
Joseph R Narot, spiritual leader I
of Temple Israel; Arnold P. Rosen. '
president of the cjngregation. and ;
Martin Fine, immediate pan pres-
ident and chairman of the Retreal
Campaign.
According to Dr. N'arot, the 15-
iplainant since has found hous- acre Sidnej and Zenia Meyer Re-
.,: i of an apartment complex
ocated a! 4387 NW 10th St., it h.s
been reported,
The complainant from Venezuela
illeged that she was denied an
iccommodation because of her
national origin by the manager
:. ipartm >nt complex, who was
dims :!' originally from Cuba. The
With the generous help of thej
famiiy of the late Sianey Meyer,
Temple Israel purchased the re-
treat site in South Dade for week-
end camp institutes for children
and adults.
Others later joined in to make
this facility one of the finest in j
the nation. Of special mention is;
the generosity of the family of
the late Dez Schonthal, for the
Faculty Lodge and Library; the
Robert Russell family for the boys
and gi:ls dormitories in memory of
their daughter. Michael-Ann and
grandson, Jonathan Adam: and to
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan S. Gumenick
for a swimming pool which will be
completed by September.
Other major improvements
which will be completed in time
for the next year are the air-con-
ditioning and heating and doubling
of bathroom capacity of the dormi-
tories; creation of an athletic field
including volleyball and basketball
courts and a softball and football
field; improvements to the pavil-
lion including screening, siding,
and the addition of bathrooms and
storage areas and extensive land-
scaping of the retreat.
.-where.
it the apartment building's
twner or manager ever \
i' ir H u ing Ordinance
th m nter will be referred
unt -i urt." e> plained "it "
Cannon, director ol the county's
Comi
and Employment
you, too,
con DEComE n
CHARTER FOODDER
of the HISTRDRUT
mORTGRGE FORD
FOR OOORG
ISRAELI COUPLES
ROD
RRRIO UETERRRS
through an
8.5% HISTRDRUT
RRRUITy TRUST
"I enthusiastically endorse the
Histadrut housing and mortgage
program, which will provide $50
million in new housing for Israeli
veterans and young married cou-
ples. I wish to be among those
who will champion immediate ef-
forts for providing adequate
housing and other benefits for
the gallant men and women who
served in the Defense Forces of
Israel." GENERAL
YITZHAK RABIN,
Ambassador of Israel
For information:
ISRAEL HISTADRUT
FOUNDATION
SUITE 389. 420 LINCOLN MAI BLOC.
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA 33139
TELEPHONE: (305) 531 8702
ius Retreat is the culminatio i I
of a sean ii of almost a decade far
,i convenient location that would
iable r mple Israel to carry out
;m i rial philosophy which
combines the regular religious
rogram ivith a si ries o(
intensive weekends in .i rustic,
atmosphere
"Prior to tl secrxins of our
"San.luarj South." it was often
necessary for I i hildren to travel
to other parts '! the state to have
acce.-s i i camping facilities and
the type of surroundings needed i"i
order to create (he atmosphere
necessary :) what educators hail
as a positive reaching out and
touching emotionally and educa-j
tionally." Dr. Narot said.
"These educators are agreed that |
Jewish camping, whether it is of'
the long-term variety or the week-'
end retreat, is one of the most |
effective tools M have in Jewish i
education. The opportunity to pro-1
vide an intensive learning experi-
ence in a natural setting is one
which is all too rare in today's
world." he added.
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Friday, April 27, 1973
*'JewistifkrMtm
Page 9-A
Survivors' Federation Calls On U.S.
Jews To Observe 'Remembrance Day'
A view of the 15-acre Sidney and Zenia
Meyer Religious Retreat, which Temple Is-
rael ol Greater Miami will dedicate Sundav,
shows the boy's dorm 'left) presented by
Iff h
Rsbbi Wetagi
Guest Speaker For
Closing Bruncheoii
i
. l)bi Irving \\'< in sail
] i !
i f Beth Tora
i's Institute ol
rue y al iO am. >:i |
t. ile, ace >r ling to Mr
J Brown, chairman of
lute.
Also pi i"tici;)atiny in lh< pr i
gram will be Dr. Max A Lipscni
Jl.ihhi Norman Mussinan. Cantor
Jack Mcndelson a:'.I other mem-
is of the faculty including Mrs.
I'.altuch. Mrs. N. Bitcn-ky. Mrs.
Katz. Miss B. Lerner and Mis.
Nccman.
'* Summations will be presented
on the following courses: Basic
Jewish Principles. Great Jewi-h
Thinkers, Comparative Religion.
The Bible and the World Today,
The New Sound of the Synagogue.
Elementary Hebrew, Intermediate
Hebrew, L'lpan Hebrew. Jews
C-d and History and PEP.
Rabbi Zwelling
To Be Installed
By B*nai Raphael
Rabbi Victor D. Zwelling will be
formally installed as the spiritual
leader of Congregation B'nai
Raphael Friday
evening during
the 8:15 p.m.
services. Rabbi
E. A. Levi. a
longtime mem-
ber of B'nai
Raphael, will of-
ficiate at the
ceremony.
Rabbi Zwell-
ing, a native of
Dayton, Ohio,
has previously
served congre-
gations in Waltham, Mass., Pa..
and Madison, Wis.; he is a gradu-
ate of Ohio State University and
the Jewish Theological Seminary.
The Men's Club of B'nai
Raphael will hold a gala installa
tion buffet dinner complete with
show in honor of Rabbi and Mrs.
ZwelJ^ng Sunday evening at the
Fonfainebleau Hotel.
Films Opening Friday
Wometco Theatres are showing
two new Universal Films in exclu-
sive South Florida engagements.
"Day of the Jacket" will open May
2.1 at the Miracle and Carlyle The-
t atres followed by "Jesus Christ
?Syperstar."
Rabbi Zwelling
Mr. and Mr?. Robert Russell in memory of
their grandson, Jonathan Adam, and (center)
the Dez Schonthal Faculty Lodge and
NEW YORK The American
'edcration of Jewish Fighters,
'amp Inmates and Nazi Victims,
las called on all American Jews
o assemble Sunday to commemor-
ite "Yom Hashoa V'Hagurah,"
!emembrance Day for Jewish Mar-
.yrdom. Resistance and Heroism.
Eli Zborowski, president oi the
Survivors' Federation, said that
nany Jewish communities through-
out the United States will be hold-
ng memoiiiil services for the vie-
ints of the Nazis.
The date, corresponds to the
lebrew date of the 27th day of
h" Hebrew month of Nisan which
i; the day set by the Slate of Israel
>nd Jewish communities ihrough-
,ut the world to remember the six
million Jews who perished at the
hands of the Nazis and Jewish
icsistance. This year also marks
the 30th anniversary of the War-
saw ghetto uprising and other re-
volts in Nazi occupied F.urope in
I rurtd Wat il.
At many memorial services Sun-
day the Shofar will be s>undcd
and the memorial prayer, Fl Mole
Rachamim will be chanted.
About 70 national Jewish or-
ganizations have signed a procla-
mation calling upon "all Jews to
assemble in their synagogues and
places of assembly to commemor-
ate the heroic deeds of our people
in the European catastrophe."
Among the signers of the proc-
lamation were the Conference of
Presidents of Major American
Jewish Organizations, the Amer-
ican Jewish Committee, the Amer-
ican Zionist Federation; the Amer-
ican Jewish Congress, the Anti-Def-
amation League of B'nai B'rith,
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations,
Zionist groups, national youth
movements and religious organi-
zations as well as cultural institu-
tion.
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+Jewist fhrkfian
Friday. April 27, 1973
I
Wmm luMi M
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CJL WMi S/>-t, Metaphor For Our Time
Quiz Box
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why do BUB? Jews follow the
By RABBI LEON KRONISH
Temple Beth Sholont
The Sedrah for this Shabbnt re-
i. ncls us of the death of the two
...ns of Aaron because they had
offered "strange tires before the
Lord" ... and
there came forth
fire and de-
voured them ..
what "strange
fires" does the
Torah text de-
: riba? The
commentators of
yesteryear of-
fered many
i n terpretations:
One of these in-
terpret ations
seems to speak
to our time.
According to
!.- explanation Aaron's sons Na-
v and Abihu weren't really kill-
. their bodies were intact, but
1 iteir souls were consumed by
Grange fire!"
tradition of eating fish on the
Sabbath?
Quite a number of reasons have
i been offered for this custom. The
tomorrow's generation, ror if vvc Ta)llul(l a|rcadv speaks of this CO*
fail to Ignite '" our children ana (tpm (Tractate Shabbos. 118) where
in our children's children a burn-1 var|0||S rabt)is deciarP that one
tog, passionate commitment WBBi^ th(1 dirn<,nsion 0f delight to
vision of Messianic redemption.,^ SabbaU, bv catins somc fj,h.
then what meaning is there to the rabbj degcribed )arge fish as
endless energy expended ever, if t f|)r thc Sabba,h
that energy is expended in tne
name of the Jewish community???
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Aharay
What. then, is the real fire that
we have to kindle in tomorrow's
generation.'
Is it not that spark that flows
out of the Torah tradition and the
Some commentaries claim that
fish have a special virtue. When
the great flood came to destroy all
living tilings, the fish were spared
because they had not committed
a sin like other living things, such
as man and mammals.
Others claim that fish are eaten
Sobbi Kron'nh
passion of the prophets for perfec- because they were the first living
ion and peace? And is it not that ()r{,anisms to be created. Thc Sab-
spark that flows out of the mys- batn is a mcmorial to the creation,
tique that we share in keeping and t]|US the Sabbath meal start-
alive that sacred tongue in which jff wjt|) fish
the eternal values of our people ^ ^
were preached and preserved.' Is because then
it not that spark which flows out '
jf implanting in the heart of to-
B>ri. v's generation the fact that
Ihe vision of Messianic redemption
is the purpose of our Jewish being?
We dare not dissipate our re-
"""8 '" I \\e uare nor dissipate uui c- ------
The.v were supposed to kindle ,0.....,s on 'strajige fires" or we Jewish people
nd rekindle the eternal flame of AU ,,., (. dies without Jewish Torah.
_.>A it' 1 i,4 a I* --!> I ., *. ( 4 i i t i y rv*l ___ _
eyes never
.lose and this symbolizes the con-
stant watchfulness of the Almighty
over His creatures. There are also
those who claim that just as fish
cannot exist outride of the media
of water so is it impossible for the
to exist without.
i
< :-r faith; but they disagreed with
Uoses and Aaron as to the essence
(.' our tradition.
And according to our tradition,
,';> not only disputed the author
of thc master, Moses, but they
< tered thi sanctuary intoxicated
v th their own power
soul
Luncheon. Gifts
Close Season
; Last meeting of the year foi
: aeon Unit of Papanicolaou Can ed on Saturday.
What a magnificent and mean-; col. Research will feature thc ox !
ful metaphor for our time;, change of gifts and lunch at
there are many Jewish bodies in Sweden House. 179th and Biscayne I
t] i community -- and elsewhere
North
There are also those who try
: to explain th*s custom bj saying
that three things were blessed in
; three consecutive days at the time
ol creation: fish were blessed on
' Thursday: man was blessed on
l, i lay and the Sabbath was bless-
"And the Lord spoke unto Moses, after the death of the two
sons of Aaron ." (Charters XVI-XVIII)
DAY OF ATONEMENT: After the death of Nadab and
Abihu. Aai in was given a strict warning to enter the Holy ot
Holies once a year only, on the tenth day of the seventh mon'h.
On this day. atonement was made for the sins of thc community,
including Ihe priesthood.
Two he-goats had been provided by the people for their sin-
offering, and thc high priest cast lots to determine which was to
be sacrificed. He laid his hand on the head of the other animal,
over which he confessed all the sins of the people, and it was
then sit loose in the wilderness, symbolizing the removal of sin
and guilt from the community. Finally, having resumed his dis-
tinctive garments, Aason oftered his own burnt-offering and the
burnt-Offering of the people
The commandment was given for the anniversary of the day
to be observed permanently as a mot solemn Sabbath when
every member of the house of Israel was to afflict himseli l>y
fasting. This, is the origin of the Yom Hakippurim that we ob-*
serve to this day.
PERSONAL CHASTITY: In the Divine legislation dealing
with the sin of immoral behavior, thc phrase, "I am the Lord your
God" is repeated a number of times to serve as a constant re-
minder that His people were to maintain a high standard of
purity and holiness. They were not to be influenced by the im-
m.M'l practices in Egypt which they had left, nor practice the
abominations of Canaan where they were to settle. The forbid len
degrees of marriage luted in this section transgresses the Law
Ol God and are particularly unnatural and repellent. Adtllterj and
other s'.ns are likewise condemned. Other nations were destroyed
because they defiled themselves by such loathsome conduct a
similar treatment would be meted out lu Israel if they d th<
same. The precept cf "holiness" em r'". iO.es the conduct and re
lationship between mm and mar. and the relationship between
man and God.
so
n North America; there are
; nuine Jewish spirits.
''"' many(>! 'nT ,;ulifS,arC cer Institute at Miami.
- burning all kinds of Jew-.
en Tgy and yet. not really
rekindling the flame of faith for
President is Mrs.
man.
David Click
r^ahbinical eviston
r.

April ? Ch. 4, 8:3n a m. The First Estate
(Repeated on Ch. 2 at 6:30 p.m.)
Host: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
April 29 Ch. 10. 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
Host: Rabbi Irving Weingart, Beth David
Congregation
April 29 Ch. 7, 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
Host: Rabbi Mayer Abromowitz
Topic: "Yom Ila.shoa: To Forgive and To Forget"
Fish are, therefore, eaten on the
Sabbath in the hope of again in it i-
, ating the series of three blessings
Blvd. at 11:30 on Tuesday. i which they claim are indispensable
Money raised during the year is to each other. Hence, fish, nan
for research at Papanicolaou Can-; a,lfl ll'<-' Sabbath are joined as one
i unit of blessing.
Others find Ihp fish to be a sym-
. bul of procreation which is a
' blessing for mankind, somehow
! guaranteeing that man will not be-
| come extinct. There are many
1 more reasons offered for eating
: fish on the Sabbath.
; It can generally be said that the
I Sabbath should be celebrated by
every means possible to show it
! to be different than other clays
I of the week. Thus, both fish and
' meat, which were probably not
! readily available for every day
i of the week, were always present
| on the Sabbath to show that the
Sabbath is a special day in ihe
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. I97S Jewish Telegraphic
AKencj i
Studying results of the Third Seder sponsored by the Israel
Histadrut Council of South Florida, which raised some $50,-
CU0 iox thp Histadrut Campaign, are, (from left) Samuel Fein-
Btein, president: Manny Burstein, cocrdinatcr; Moe Levin,
chairman of the board and toastmaster, and Bernard B.
lacobson. acting executive vice president of the Naboral
Committee for Labor Israel.
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ervtces
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MUD
A H A V A T SHALOW CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
:nior Aron Ben Aron. 1
ANSHE EMES 2533 SW 19th Ave.
American Traditional Judaism. Rab-
1i J. Marshall Taxay. Cantor Sol
Pakowitz. 1
BETH AM (Temple'. 5950 N. Kendall
Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Her-
oert Baumgard 3
BFTH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Irving A. Wein. j
0rt. Cantor William W. Lipson. 4
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave Ortho-
dox. Rabbi H. Rothman. 6|
OETH KODESH, 1101 SW 12th Ave
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Sha-
piro. Cantor Lecn Segal. 6
BETH TOV liemple). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Charles
Rubtl. Cantor Seymour Hinkes. 8
Friday 8:18 p.m.. sermon topic, "The
' araavt Ohettn Revolution," foi-
red hjr < in-t- Bhabbai honted by Mr.
i d .Mr.- vVlluam n.-iusir Saturday B
nv Bar Mltivah: Brian, son f .vir.
II Hi Mrs. Willinm HauMer.
ISRAEL (Temple) "of GREATER Mi.
ami. 137 NE 19th- St. Reform. Rabbi
Joseph R. Narot. 10
K*iiday s p.m. Rabbi Barry Tabachntk-
fT will apeak <>n, "Women's Mb or
Women >( Valor?"
I"RAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative rlabbi Kavl J.
Sender. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
OR OLOM (Temple4 87b5 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Elliot
Winograd. Cantor Yehouda Binya-
min. 13
TIFSRBTH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami i
Ave. Concervative. Rabbi Maurice I
Xwn. j I
Ki wnl Hu^nk on, "Thi- Silver Anolver- '
aary of the Btate "f larael." Saturdaj
a.m. i!;:r Mlttvah: Brian, son ol
Mr and Mrs Howard Lewis.
ZION (Temple). 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
servative. Rabbi Nerman Shapiro.
Cantor Errol Helfman. H
Prlday S p.m. Bat Mltivah: Debra,
dauRhter of Mr. and Mra. Nornmn
Braman: sermon topic: "The Surren-
der of Ideals." Saturday 0 ;i.m Bar
MIMvah: Sim.ii son of Mr. and Mrs
Ah in Welnstein: aermon, Sedrab o:
the Week.
MUM
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na-
than Zolondek. 16
fJORf H^MIA mi
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION, 2225
NE 121st St. Conservative. Rabbi
Joseph Gorfinkei. Cantor Ben Zion
Kirschenbaum. 85
Mi/i*/ erflCH
AQUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlylr Ave. |
Orthodox. Rabbi Sheldon M. Ever.
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox
Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro. 18
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmarynhu T. Svor.
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamrhes 19
BETH RAPHAEL (Temple). 1545 Jef-
ferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
BETH 8HOLOM (Temple). 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kroniah.
Cantor David Cenviser. 21
BETH TFILAH. 135 Euclid Avs. Or.
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov- I
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREOA- '
TION. 843 Meridian Ave. 22-A
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox. I
Rabbi Dow Rozencwalg. 23 !
CUBAN SEfHARDIC HEBREW CON-
GREGATION. 715 Washington Av.,
Rabbi Dow Rozencwa.g, Cantor Jo- '
seph Moore. 23
EMANU-EL (Temple). 1701 Wishing,
ton Ave. Conservative. Rubbi Irving
Lehrman Cantor Zvi Adler, 2l
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.HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pine Tree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Grosa. 25
i CONG. AN-NELL (Branch of Hebrew
Academy). 7th St. and Meridian
Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Ben.
Hlllel. 25-A
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGL"" 1532 Washington Ave
Orthodox, nafi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel. 26
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lenrfield
Cantor Abraham Sen". 27
MENORAH (Temple). 620 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owiti Cantor '4iro Foldnisn 2fc
Friday 8:18 p.m. Saturday '.> a m., nr
Mitavah: Richard, son vt Mr and
Airs. Edward Klaaaman.
NER TAMID (Tcmpie). 80th St. and
Tstum Waterway. Conservative.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. ?t
Saturday s:4.". a.m. (in main sanctu-
ary) i:ar Uitavah: Michael Howard.
son of Mr anil Mrs l>.uis Tursjel
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OHEV SHALOM. ";55 Bonita Dr. Or
>nodox. Rabbi f-'-neat Wehsrman
Cantor Leo Radii JO
SEPHARDiu JtvVi: -I CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31
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CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohim
Gronsr. 32
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NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79th Street Cause-
way, North Bay Village. Conserva
tive. Cantor Murray Yavneh. 32-A
AGUDAS ACHIM NUSACH SEFARD
CONGREGATION. 707 5th St, Mi-
ami Beach Orthodox. Rabbi Mor-
decai Chaimovits.
N0KTH MIAm, BEACH
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ADATH YESHURUN (Temple). 102f
NE Miami Garden: Dr. Conserva-
tive. Rabbi Milton Schllnsky. Can-
tor Peuvan Eckhaua. 33
, BETH TORAH. 1061 N. Miami Beach
Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lio-
schitz. Cantor Jacob B. Mendelson 34
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B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183-d St
Conservative. Rabbi Victor O.
Zwelling. Cantor Jack Lerner. 36
1 SINAI (Temple), ct NORTH DADE
18801 NE 22nd Ave Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kirgsiey. Cantor Irving
Shulkes. 37
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SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
Caplan. $
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml-
AMI. 990 NE 171st St Orthodox.
Rabbi Zalman Kosaows-(y. 39
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CORAL GABLE1
jJUOEA (Ter.ipie;. 5500 Granada Blva
Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper. 4e
Friday s:'.-, p,m., "A Vew Flask" a
I new creative service n-lth volunteer
'|"' piirtl'-ipatinii. Saturdaj iimr
11 m.. liar Mitavah: Alan, son i Mr
and Mrs Robert SieneL
ZAMORA (Temple). 44 Zamora Avs
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell A
1 Bergcr. Cantor P. Hillel Brummer
41
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MOGAN OAV'D CO^;GRESATION,
9J43 Harding Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
j Isaac o. Vine. / |
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BETH ISRAEL (lemple). 7^00 W
Oakland P.irk Blvd Rabbi Akiva
Brilliant Cantor Maorlce Neu 45
EMANU-EL. 3245 W/ Oaklnnd' Part
Blvd. (Reform). Rabbi Arthur J
Abrams. Cantor Jerome Klement. U
P0MPAN0 BtACH
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SHOLOM (Temple). 13.^ SE 11th Ave. |
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. Skop.
Cantor Yaacov Renzer.
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HALLANOALE JEWISH CENTBRl
(Conservative). 410 NE 8th Ave.
Habbi Harry E. Scnwartz, Cantor
Jacob D..nziarr.
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (rempiej. 1351 S. 14th Ave
Reform. R ibbi Samuel Jaffe. 46
Friday 8:15 ,, ,.. sermon topi.-,
' < ountdown.
BETH SHALOM (Temple). 4601 Ar-
JMM" St. Conservative. Rabbi Morten
h-alavsky. Cantor Irving Gold. 44
SINAI (Tempie,. 1201 Johnson
Conservative. Rabbi David rfhapir*
Cantor Yehuda Hellbraun. C
T?.M.PLE BETH AHM. Conservatlv*
i L. .w' 62nd Avenue. Hollywood.
R*bbi Salomon Benerroch.
T5Hfc! OLE" C-iberal) SI*
Sheridan Street, Hollywood. Rabt
Robert Frazlr,.
MIR A MM
ISRAEL (Temple). 6-\?0 SW 35th St
Conservative. Rabb. Avrom Draem
cantor_Abr3ham Koster it
CANOLEIIGKTING TtMF
25 NISAN 6:35
This tvige is prepared in
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Miami Rabbinical Association.
Coordinator of the feamrei
appearing here 't
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lay. April 27, 1973
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Max Lerner
Sees It
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. i
MAI-.MA KEA, Hawaii-President Xixon is a>l.....
per a flexible power over tariffs and for new polii on
borts. Both are needed. But even more America a :-
ay from a patheticil'.j piecem : ... toward .
trade, the dollar, the exchang?s, investment. We nei '
|ot overview. Here are some additional in tes for it
The complex economic world of today would be un-
recognizable to anyone before Lord Kevins, and even
won!d 1" troub'ed about how to put ". together. For he
operated ;( Bretton Woods when America was still the un-
questioned center "f the world economy, before the (treat
: i. ,1 of the diffusion of economic power. Yet even now
there is no nation to replace It in primacy as America
pieced Britain aftoi World War I.
In political relations with Ri---.i:i and China >lr \
m->\rd America from confrontation to negotiation: In ei
uomic relations with Europe and Japan, he i- In d
moving America the i!-- way from negotiation to con-
frcntation.
AMERICA CONFRONTS A JAP\>
ru; led in the 195 i nd a ;ai in ;'.'
merits is heavily favorable ,. i-
b!i v hose products have becom
I life, who does a I hire! a Ih the 1 : s
hut still r tains re. ti iclivc han lucts
I: confront" a Wi st > I
.'" te I, worked Amci -k-
: rilou; l.v like a ganging up. I or.ci the
European father as a them
.1 now: We
ican fath* r.
A new economic nati n?lism can maVe Ih.....ncric
world a messy one. Jrhn Connall' ha-. ta ; u th
that label. Bet h>- i- bctti i ei n
; |i :
mood of negotiation usin ;; in fa t
he is Mr. Nixon' favoril "Bu bank cross" betwera ;' Re-
publican and a D m j m re of this n
style in the years I ."I But :t would be unwise. What
America needs in thi ceo omic realm i mire of the Kl sin
ihr> the Connally style, hot a Kissinger style with m ire ii
and bite to ii. because the problem is nol how to than out
a military war but how to prevent an economic one.
NEVERTHELESS,
i er from polil cal to thai "; >a tdoning
>jrn% in d negotiat in '.
deals, whi ;; i mti ins from all
. so that no one e ni i ->- eithei i oi I m.
There is a pathos aboul economic supremacj x nati in
achieves it at some period In historj whn there is a luck;
fusion of forces lo give it primacy. But then the forces
weaken, the power is undercut and dispersed. Most ol all,
the society is corrupted Internal!? b) power and wealth.
THIS HAPPENED TO GREAT BR11 \IN. II is 'bably hap
pening to America. And then e evi ns thai
pening inside Japan, which is
inflation, it; congestion I "' '- :
earlier employer-employee relation as a fathci
new wage-bargaining mood and ts o\
As l heard a prominent Japanese industrialist : m
blows east."
Tbut I don't see the future as one in which \mn\
be replaced by another power. Fapan has tew resources ant!
is too dependent on imports for what H need-.. I will
long before the Commit. Market torus into a political union,
and right now it is not much stronger than (he Inner social
weaknesses of It* individual members. America still has too
striking a combination of resources, technologv. -and s,
capital markets. Investment power, dvnandsm to be .....
offdespite its blunders and value distortions.
As technology and affluence
, i, nol that Vm-ncan
economic empire that is dis Diving bul economic empires of any
t The alternative to creative g J^Jg%&
ween the Great Powers is chaos for all ine b i
economic laws of international -ad, an_d_changes
t
thai
c
the
OUld keep a world in order simply won't wash any more Instead
if automatic laws we need package
_0* deals and instead of rival
hoalthv aversion to a common chaos.
economic empires we need a nean
Kassewitz
fas I
Speaks
it'. chief edil
viiter for The M an i Da:l N i
' I I lhe fe: tured : eaker at th
' iular monthly Brotherh lod
breakf; al Ten ?\e B th Shobni
ni Beach, Sunday at 10:30
a.m in thi i n; 1 auditorium, ac
fding to an innouncement by
Martin '. Steiner, Brotherhood
n idem.
rho will fpeak
on "Freedom of the Press," is a
m I known new >papsrm in and TV
mmentstor He has b en a staff
mi mh ol tl \ew> for the past
19 yi an hai in i come here
Washington, D.C., and is chairman
i the Fit reg onal hoard oi
the Anti Defa i ition League, a
ii thi board of trustees
Ii imi-Dade Community Col
lhe B cf Interaction, pub
by the University of Miami
an I of the hoard of the Commu-
nitj Vction Agency, which deals
vith federal poverty programs.
Mr Kassewitz will lie introduced
'< Var "i Farr, the Brotherhood's
I' [ram chairman.
th Sholom's Brotherhood sup
i th activities program
nple, lhe spiritual leadei
bit h is Dr. Leon Kronish.
Lehman Sponsors
Senior Citizen
Legislation
.
Congressman William Lehman
lined in introducing legisla-
ion to eliminate the outside earn-
ings limitation for recipients of
Social Security benefits, and to
">rovide for the payment of op-
'nmetrists' services under Medi-
are.
'Tht financial problems of our
ldeiij arc reaching crisis propor
ions." Lehman said. "By limiting
he amount of money a senior citi-
:c p may earn without losing Social
Security benefits, we arc discour-
senior citizens from continu-
n any kind of employment, al-
though it is obvious that most of
iur senior citizens cannot live on
Social Security benefits alone.
The second bill I have Intro-
in d will allow senior citizens to
I .,. rice of optometrists
tf, dican The ability to see
is central to the ability of our '
eldcrl; ''"' independent
iVI. that these services I
nd should he pro-1
I di are."
vi I
French Catholic Dorunicnl
On Jews Wins High Prais

NEW YORK (JT-A) .-- The
Kreii.h Roman Catholic docu-
on I hristian Jewish rela
ni- issued last week was
praised bj i:-. Gerhart Riegner,
Ii in. a, Se(. etary-General of the
World Jewish Congress, as go-
ing beyond ihe 1905 Vatican II
statement on .1 ws
Dr. Riegner .-aid thai the
French i ropate declaration
for the fir i time rejects the
still remaining anti-Semitic
teachings "f the Church which
they lab 'l as "pseudo-theology,"
nts the pi rntanency of the
Jewish people and its spiritual
met sage, a i well as its right to
a "political existi nee" of it- o
He said the document, titled
"Pastoral Orientations on the
Altitude of Christians Toward
Judaism," issued April 16 o:i the
eve of the Jewish observance
ef Passover, "should become a
milestone in Catholic-Jewish r--
lations and serve as a model
guideline for similar pronounce-
ments by national Episcopates."
The French statement, accord
Ing to Dr. Riegner. "does not
limit itself, as V. tican II did, to
exposing the spiritual links he-
ween Chi. an ;. and Judai i i
and their historical lurces, I nl
accepts the Jewish community
.is a living i :.!i.y fr n who i
spiritual message Chri lians siiil
today can beni fit."
Dra.Kiagner, who brought i
gethcr oil rent on going ivorkii ,
communi atl ins with the W -
can and the W oi Id l ouncil
Churches through the Inl
national Ji wi h i ommittec
Inter religious Consultati
viewed the French documi nt
dramatizi ig "considerable pr
gress in i fforts we have ma<
in dealing on the highi -
with these major Christii i
church boilies'
The International Jewish Con
ml'tee consists of the WorlJ
J wish Congress, the Synagogu
Council of America. Hie Ami
lean Jewish Committtee, the
; I'rith. and the Israel Jew
is'i Council for Interreligio
Contacts.
or. iviegner iias .""i1 in tl
United States on a three
speaking tour, briefing Jcwi-
leaders in various i ities on
'.' ;-! range of Woi d Ii w
Congress activities.
Rabbi Schwartz To Attend
73rd annual convention
the tabbinical Assembly ivill
held ai Grossinger's in Nev Voi :
May ii 10 Hal.In Harry E. Si hwai
of the Hallanda'e Jewish Cenl
of some 'r')fi io mb rs o
Con > atii e rabbinate plane
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Friday. April 27. 1973
British Newsman Says ITT Maintained
Nazi Ties Throughout World War II
Continued From Page 1A
crucial channel of funds into
Himmlers gestapo."
^Atlsop
Continued From Page 4-A / j
while the cease-fire agreement is
continuously and grossly vio-
lated.
Anyone who knows Richard
M. Nixon also knows, in fact,
what course his successive de-
cisions are now likely to follow.
He is not the sort of man to do
nothing while the agreement he
worked for. and took risks for.
and asked national sacrifices for.
goes down the usual drain of
Hanoi's broken promises. One
has to expect him to end by do-
ing ali he can to make the Hanoi
leaders understand that this time
tl iv must keep their promises.
One must, of course, wait and
see whether this reading of the
President's basic character and
style of policymaking is correct.
One must further wait and see
whether the leaders in Hanoi
steer away from their usual
promise breaking because of the
inherent risks. They will cer- I
tainly not lack for Chinese and J
Soviet warnin [8.
MEANWHILE, it is worth no-
ting another factor, never before
noted, that must be making the
President's hard choice a great .
deal harder. In brief, he is the
first President of the United j
States in the whole course of our
history who has not been able
to explain all the reasons for
his hard choices to the country
in full and forthright terms.
This is because Richard If,
Nixon is also the first President
in our history to have engaged
in sustained, highly successful
and genuinely secret diplomacy.
To see what is meant, all you
have to do is to consider the
new American relationships with
China and the Soviet Union.
TO THIS DAY. not one Amer-
ican in 10.000 understands the
basic facts about these relation-
ships, because the facts could
not be stated openly.
The first fact is that the new
relationship with China, amount
ing to an informal alliance,
squarely based on
Another important Nazi
ally." Sampson states, was Gep-
hardt Alois Westrick, whose
law firms represented several
American companies in Ger-
many, and who also became a
director of Standard Elektri-
zitats-Gesellschaft (SEG) and
Lorenz, The SEG was a holding
company in 1930. He later
bought Lorenz.
Mr. Sampson also writes that
after the U.S. entered the war.
the Swiss ITT factory "continued
to collaborate fully with the
Nazis at a time when its Swiss-
owned rival. Halser, refused to
make equipment for Germans."
Rut ITT also aided the Allied
?ause when in 1942 its lahora-
lories in New Jersey invented a
high-frequency direction finder
io protect Allied convoys, which
were simultaneously being at-
tacked by the Focke-YVulfs.
Sampson stated. Behn received
the U.S. Army highest civilian
honor, the Medal of Merit, for
his aid to the Allied cause.
Despite its connections with
the Nazi regime, ITT later pre-
sented itself as a "victim of
World War II," Sampson writes,
and in 1967 managed to get $27
million "in compensation from
the American government foi
war damages to its factories in
Germany." This sum included S5
million for damages to its Focke
Wulf plants on the basis thai
"they were American properties
bombed by Allied bombers." Ac
cording to Sampson, the ITT
"buried its history in a mountain
of public relations."
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Continued from Page i-a
acts ever incorporated in a Sec-
; urity Council resolution and the
factor that averted a United
States veto.
Mr. Tekoah declared, however
I hat the Security Council had
failed to recognize both Israel's
legimate right of self-defense
and the murder of innocent
civilians by Arab terrorist gangs.
He said it was incumbent on go-
vernments to protect their na-
tions against terrorism if the
Opticon On Display
At Convention Here
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will enable blind people to read
print, will be on display at the
convention of the National Federa
tion of ihe Blind of Florida. May
11-13. at the Columbus Hotel.
Translating printed material in-
to vibratory sensations which can
be felt through the fingertips, the
opticon can be examined by the
public at 3 p.m., May 12 following
a panel discussion on how effec-
tive government can be in protect-
l.N. could not do so and promis-
ed that Israel would continue to
prorteci its neonle from Arab
mnrtier atacks.
Mr.'Tekoah warned Lebonon
that it must act to stop savage
attacks against innocent civilians
staged and organized from its
territory.
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Chinese apprehension about a
Soviet preventive attack design-
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castration.
The second fact is that the
President is determined to deter
such a Soviet attack because it
would produce a worldwide ver-
sion of the Hitler era, albeit with
no Hitler.
And the third fact is that the
new relationship with the So-
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make such a Soviet adventure
less likely, and then to lay the
foundations of a new world
power relationship.
BUT IT MAY well be asked:
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President's Vietnamese choice?
The answer is that both the So-
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so hard to avoid, the informal
alliance with the United States
will be severely devalued in
Peking.
By the same token, Moscow
will also m*ke its own judgments
accordingly. If both American
resolve and power now appear
to be gravely weakened, in other
words, Moscow will feel far freer
to undertake the grim adventure
in China that Moscow has ac-
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These are bound to be prime
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'Don Shula To Receive
'73 NJH Honor Award
Israel, Arabs Killed Guerrilla Movement
' In the 1890s Denver was a boom
frontier town. Fortune-seeking
[venturers imaginations fired
:osis. Dade County Health Depart-
ment, completed the post graduate
course in Clinical Management and
Control of Tuberculosis.
The National Jewish Hospital
and Research Center is unlike anv
other hospital in the United
States .It is an extension of local
medical and hospital resources
since virtually all applicants are
referred to the hospital by the
patient's local physician or liy the
health and welfare organizations
because they have not responded
to previous treatment.
Physicians and researchers are
engaged in 68 projects from
studies of aerosol medication for
asthma patients to laboratory tests
to understand the regulation of
metabolism. Seven of the projects
are being conducted with re-
hers in France, Japan, Neth-
erlands, Academy of Sciences
Switzerland) and the World
Health Organization.
Continued rrom Page 1-A
until it subscribes fully to the
terms of the Jackson Amend-
ment."
The letter to Mr. Nixon, signed
by Rabbi William Berkowitz,
president, and Rabbi Harold H.
Gordon.- vies pr-eslde'ntV tjf 'the
NYIiR, stated that "the New
York Board of Rabbis is deeply
concerned with the entire moral
problem involved in granting
most favored nation status to
the Soviet Union."
How the Congress ultimately
will react to the Soviet Union's
still unverified accommodation
towards a more humane policy
on emigration will be more ac-
curately assessed when it re-
turns from its spring respite.
Both branches were hurrying
to complete legislative details
and get home when the Presi-
dent first reported that the
"Soviet leadership" had sus-
pended the education tax on its
citizens who wish to emigrate.
Nevertheless, there have been
indications of some withdrawal
by some major adherents from
the Jackson Amendment as now
constituted, although none of
the 76 Senators or the 278 Rep-
resentatives who are backing
thf-legislation have flatly said
on the record they were with-
drawing from it.
Senate Republican Leader
Hugh Scott, who was first to an-
nounce the President's report of
the "suspension" to a group of
Congressional leaders, has
then said he is "in sympathy
with the Jackson Amendment."


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jci- was a maze of makeshift
belters, overcrowded hospital.-*.,
Jlosed doors and ;, w; ing, heip
|c-.- death.
An aggressive young rabbi
V im S. Friedmai piii
f '. iituatii n and e sup
rl of I munitj
I nation I
i tuber
i i is -- the '
pital [NJH
The Rrsl Fl patient wa
i dl ::: in
ho pitali :ed
j t two yean i
I -i i ,vas li
B net then, Floi have
r i eived n r<
!' ...it mo
'n n
t, -vie. to tht
h .id its first dinner for Si
I i Hospital, at 7 p.m..
I \ ril SO. in h nor ol
a, head coi
jtolphins. Mr. sin,'
II nonsectai'ian hospii il's
llonor Avai.I in
service to civic a tl
.or1-. On this
Ruben, pre Idei
Marsh, Florida, has b< en n
nan of th
What began as a
sanatorium in 1899 has e
veil known center I
a: d research of respii
Biseases. The 200 be l ccntei
Expanded its services to ii
sthma, chronic bronchitis, <
Sbrosis, emphysema, and othei
.chronic respiratory diseases. AP
[proximately half of the beds ai.
[earmarked for children
Sam Cohen was the firs!
hliamian to be admitted to tin
Pcnter. Since his hospitalization in )
|AugUSt, 1923, Miami and Miami
[Beach patients have received more
[than 10,350 days of care.
The most recent Miamian was
Bruce N. Lyon. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Winfield Lyon. 1750 NE la.th
Terrace. An asthma patient, he
[was hospitalized for 13 months.
Although patient care is the
primary responsibility. NJH con-
I ducts an extensive education pro-
i gram for professionals. Physicians.
research scientists, medical tech-
nicians and nurses from all parts
of the nation and the world haw
been trained in all aspects o
chronic respiratory disorders and
are now in private practice or
serving in community hospitals.
A South Florida pediatric aller-
gist and a health department em-
ployee have participated in t
NJH education program. '" -
hast G.Lybass.M.D., of West Palm
Beach, completed a two-yeai Kl-
lowship In pediatric allergy, arm ,
Miss Lenore S. Lowe, coordinator
aud field supervisor for tubercu- I
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Upstairs. A world of difference Upstairs is for sleeping Naturally
separate from the activity of life downstairs Your upstairs and down-
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combination and separation of living space Much like the style of
townhouse living The bedrooms, with oversized walk-m closets,
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of Fontamebleau Park
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* ten 1st fhridKar
Friday. April 27. 1973
DATELINE ISRAEL
By CARL AlPSRT
Local Movie Studios Keep On Trying
| RECALL THE DEEP EMOTION with which many
years ago we greeted Palestine's first really pro-
fessional film, h was a documentary entitled
.'in provided a slimmer
it (ould be done in th field
n production in the J
' ind.
i reel's movie industry has oro-
I i m : way since then, but
.i promise of a Roll;
i. .i. I has not yet bei n n i I
r lack of trying. -:
ip added, for a score or more
! nrth pictures arc now i impleted everj year Ho
o: lhi hi are n ovej as, and for thai is i.. I
should be grateful.
Top il's ; of Ihe loi able "Sallah" had
( lormous -1 ccess, and dozens ol producers, dir
actors were encouraged to Iry for another m
1; r hit They have been helped by the film promi i
, pj tmenl ol the Ministry of Commerce a
u istry, which is prepared to pul up cash for any pic
ii re which has even a slight chance of success.
Some ol the pn is have been so dis-
gi-aci fully bad thai even toleranl Til Aviv audii i
could nol endure them more than a week or two.
A recent sex and violence drama named "Tanutr
\\ ife of Er," basod on a story in Genesis, was greeted
by the critics with Mich comments as "Recommend
it to .i-iir worst enemy."
\ Ion time production, it nevertheless folded up
i i?me liati ly There have hern some good pi< ures
An Israeli >In ;o actor in his first film, Oded Kot
t in Ihe Bast Actor Award ai Cannes in 19t>7
his role iii the tender "Three Days and it hild."
- one of the leading femal l -
Israel, has do ral exceptional!} .. ires
She is still remembered for her role el a war wi<
in Siege." \ recent good picture is "1 Love ^ u
Rosa." it is the stor> of a girl in Jerusalem ol
years aj i i ho rebels againsl the strict and narrow
coi fine of oil dox life. She was a women's libbei
her lime.
Theri h < been few attempts at an origii ai Is
ical, but the mosl successful "as \ horaro
i- full length locumentary on lerusalem.
Same years ago Israel's leading humorist, Eph-
rairn Ki hon, wrote and produced "Blaumilch ..
nal,-' an in pin I bll ol frothy nonsense. I t- It o\
seas audiences would like the universally u it
thenwidiotic bureaucracy, which is Kisfton'i
facorite target. Yet for some strange reason it was
filed quietly away after a highly successful run in
Israel.
Last iveek I found that Israel movie houses were
offering no less than six domestic productions simul-
taneously. "Salomonico," no great work of art. ha?
' Lhed public fancj because Of its theme. The hero
i> a good-natured, hardworking dock worker at
A hdod Port. All the honest, kindly, friendly people
i:i the pia; are Sephardim. Without maliciousness,
.ill tl e Ashkenazim shown are cold, stiff, unsocial
i in inevitable intermarriage between a young ..
pie from the two communities is the excuse for the
table marriage scene in which Sephardi and
Ashkenazi styles ol liturgy, music, dam-,' and eele-
ti ation alternate \ lv.o more pictures should be mentioned. "Nci-*
ther bj Daj nor by Night" deals gentlj and under-
standingly with problems of blindness. And "The
..i Telephone Robbery" is recorded by one
critic as just in time to catch the title of woi
Israeli ci medj of 1972."
Tht local studios keep trying Perhaps si
picture in 1973 might break into the big leagues
Book Review Sevmour B 1 iehnian
The Face Of Defeat
THI-: FACE OF DEFEAT by David Pryce Jones fHolt,
Rinehart & Winston, $9.95) has the material for an
client book but fails to achieve it. aims. For this rea-
son, it is infuriating. It is a report of
the state of mind of the Arab masses
i' ealthy and political figures on
tie- West Bank, in Amaii and the Gaza.
i i no apparent bias. Israel's ad-
ministration of the occupied territories
is treated benevolently. The book is the
II of a lengthy visit in 1970 and
U appears thai the author can speak
Arabic, has made several visits to the area previously,
ws many of the peopI< whom he interviewed, and
... em] .',.' I of Aral. Mo |m
. British iourn ilist, i previous account (1! 12)
thi Middh East ind covered the SixDa.\ War. IIi-
ences a percepth i o Ihe "fac>i ol
an Arab M islems, thbir connei ti h the ter
-' and the manipul; tions of tori n d lo Vrah i risonen
ly .'I which were told in or I r that the Arab coul I
fj himself and to savi fac b : ire his fam ly
Pryce Ion >s, "Almost evi ryb dy in thi
i -t Hank finds what he came I i find He takes a quote
T. E. Lawrence. they (the Arabs) pursue
Ii gic ] several incompatible opinions to absurd end
io.it perceiving the incongruity Arabs could hi
ung on an idea as on a cord
The prim ipal defects of the book are the lack i
und. the lack of a chronological sequence, in
information, and the disconnectedness of much
aterial Despite these faults, the book is bett i
thi deluge of inconsequential material that pour
11 from other rep irters.
Will mce of volumes 3 and 4 of The Swon
I the Scepter b> Gerh in R ti r, translat d m
' H in N. di n I i rsitj ol Miami Pre i, Si:-
959.50 for the set of 4 ilumes), an outstandin
tribution to the history ol German militarism
ai ship is now available in English.
The problem of militai in Germany from thi
1740s until 191ft is examined by the author who has b
ferred to as "the dean of German historians."
fourth volume covers the period from the fall of Ch
ir Hollweg in Julj 1917 11 the cdlap.se of German;
November 1918. The effects of the reversal of power fro
litical control to military expediency under the leader-
i of Ludendorf (Hindenbcrg is also mentioned)
amined and revealed.
One must compare the German High Command witl
our own Pentagon and recall Dwight Eisenhower's -It,
warning to beware the encroachment or the military ertab
lishment.
Volume i of the set covered the Prussian ti
from 1740 to 1890 '. luine 2 had as its theme tin rela-
tionships between thi European powers and th
i d by Bismarck and whose impress still rest, upo
German people. This voiume covered the tars 1890-1914
'he third volume treats of the tragedy of World War
and the period from 1914 |j 1917
Ol,- Film Folk:
By HERBERT G. LUFT
W OrUi Can Decide
T-'i- FILM -QB 7" will transform the screen to a
tribunal, and once more the world can sit in
judgment and decide whether a mm mu t 11
orders which result in e.....de of
racial and religious minoriti s
While "QB ; (Queens Branch
Seven! has g^one before the cam
at the Burb ink Stu ; foi
iminary three wet >f rho
'iv sketch > and t>l i< prirt
arp being clrav-n up ai th Pi-..
d Stu.lies. I- t Heath, and ir
rural Bu< kingh: mhire 7 000 n
rt for the authentic construction of a Rova'
IC url 01 Justice to house thi ma : British I I rail >n.
,..
m I first in V at tl ntra!
I alii irn 1 1 n of -Wi Pen |
in to '".. '':
I R O'H -rlihcy and Harriet M Us
openers, Pau mera man I r th i Pinevi
1 on Ion pn ... ti told that the six houi
madi bj Screen-Gems Coi mbia) for ABC
T.'Iovi. io ie shown consecutively dur n
weeks, with an primi
each.
' be seller by I.con I'ris, "QB
7" has sci :-., Academy Award winner
ird 0 :.i- e to! I your JTA
t about 1 fai lual backgroun I of I
< with a P lih concentration camp I
who it., chunc \ by a otei
l ind
Arr ted a- a war criminal, the man i ,
1 'i by an English court for la k of 1 \
Ar" expose a| ars in pri il and the I .
boo:, publisher for libel. He wii s th
'- '' ': pen:.;, isymbolicallj a- damas
1 to a\oid pay! : the conn
tc >s ol 30.1 0 ounds sterlin .
H -> im thai British jui
side with the niorall) I
t""' ies. had to com-., th.
the cod
' ''!'" "as : and dies within two
Anha that the actual events !
Deei '-> and accentu.....ut t
mains the am
I 7" is he sixth anti-N |
nounced. fo [)eath in R ..... .
cello Ma ti
;"''1 Burton II ., the arc mnl of an actual in
of he tages which I during Wor'd War II.
''aria Ponti icaus the \ nture as producer.
Jews In Sports
By Haskell Cohen
La Ik in Was Appalled
Q\ SEVERAL OCCASIONS recently. ,1 as reveale,
that Americans are being urged to donate >..
Olympic .Memorial Centers which have not been sani
tioned by either the Israel Olympic Co nmittee an I
Urael Sports Federation.
On the eve of my departure for Tel Aviv with ai
A! "',' basketball team representing the National Vsso
ion 1 : In; rcoilegiati Vthletics (NA1A), I wj
Shmuel Ulkin, manager of the 1972 Israel 0]
am and executive secretary of the Israel Sports Federa
'.ion.
During the course of our conversation, he reviewed
natter of everybody and his brother here in the states
iunyiiij in with plans and ideas for huge Olympii de-
crials dedicated 1. Ihe,alien ll.L.dkin who was n
1 ',:';!""- a' the requesl of Gen. Aaron Doran vie.
'1 fel \vl\ University, in behalf ol that in
'' I *'h 1: h saw .1 copy of the Jewish Florid
,.' : v"vh hi- in which a storj appea ed p. 1 1 .,
re A\i\ University dinner being held in Florid I ,
- rj < as headed "Olympian Memorial Center Laum
paign Hero
Lalkin tinned to me and said, "l jus; can't bi .
us i was asked to come here in behali ol Tel Ivh I
rsitj and together with Prof. Uv.,v.,l Ne'E
01 i,d Aviv University, were to headline ., dii ler
funds in behalf of a physical education plant at Tel
* M "" 'jne was it indicated that this cent
' 'Olym ..: Memorial Center" because had I been
" notifl '' I wouM have advised Gen. Doron and lose
Wrtc rtrumental in getting me to come lo the
id Olympic Committee in mera.
w] '< 'he Isi el Sports Federation can appi
" C nter. At this port. e i.
fld '' where end when we shall ereel ,, suitable
"ter to ur fallen comrades. 1 certainly
"alter up with the authorities in
' them that the headlin. on th ir
5tn.r-v '' .. h 1- no! rreel
Lalkin s;u in .. .,.t
1 Ii -t ol Hi, : s.
' matter of Olympic Memorials
,"1';' 'Fronting up, ,, | ,., in this country, on
Israel 0": mj ians
K :';"' v lanization is interested in the Win-
" : the sole physical education school in the
" Ea.-t was understandably disturbed over the
" tWicitj stories 1 ming from various parts .
u turesof a physical education .1 ti e
1 en are supposedlj to be built as memorials.
'v : d out thai these talks only hurt the
n. which has been ongoing for IS year,, in h 1
he Orde Wingate School. The school is affiliated with
Aw University and. as u matter of fact, students n-
"gaB.A degree at Wingate must take their academic
al Tel Aviv University.
Lalkin declared thai despite talk about Olympic cen-
- heingerect< I in Israel to house future Olvmpi
ractice faciliUes, the Olympic Ccmmittec of
Urael and the S; >rts Federation, the onl> two
lDerv< Kjwpia activities, wiU continue
* the facilities of Wingate University for practice
oses and for the housing of Israeli Olympians prior
then- departure for competition in the international
gam*


day, April 27, 1973
"Jmisfifhrfcffor
Paqe 15-A
SY Returns To Camp Ocala
or 22nd Annual Convention
Dolls On Display Al Main Library
me 325 persons Will gather
amp Ocala, Umatilla, Florida,
the 22nd Annual Convent ion
outheast Region United Syn-
ue Youth this weekend,
e atmosphere and facilities ol
p Ocala will set the mood for
major event of USY. Tnc teen
s will represent 35 Conscrva
Synagogues throughout Flor-
Georgia, Alabama, Soutl
Una, Mississippi and Tennes
bbie Puder of Beth Davk
fregation, Miami, and Davic'
jf of Ahavath Achim Syria-
;. Atlanta, Ga., the convert
fiiairmen, have coordinated
weekend program evolving
id the theme, "Kadshenu B'
otecha, Mitzvot: The Path Tc
." The delegates will explore
;13 Mitzvot commanded to tlu
h people.
e four theme sessions wil1
with the commandments re
; to "You and Your Society",
and God", "You and Youi
and "You and Youi
J."
outstanding educational stall
ed to lead these sessions in-
s Rabbi Dov Bidnick. prin-
of the Hillel Community Day
il, Miami; Miles Bunder, di-
r of Youth Activities. Beth
i Congregation, North Miami
i; Mr. and Mrs. Barry Church-
Assistant International Di
r. Department of Youth Ac-
's, United Synagogue of
ica; Rabbi and Mrs. Alan
n, B'nai Israel Congregation
sville, Fla.; Rabbi Azriel
er] Wpt End Synagogue
ville, Tenn.; Rabbi David
ey, Jacksonville Jewish t'en
aiksonville, Fla.; Abralnm .1
son. Associate Director of thi
al Agency for Jevi-h Edu
T. Miami: and Rabbi ami Mrs
i Kriegel, Beth Sholom Syn
ic. Columbia, S. C.
i session involving the law
e body will be divide d ace ird
o sex and in addition to llu
! educators, the staff wil! in
Mrs. Brahm Betterman. Mrs
Bunder and Mrs. Abrahair
!> on.
Ann Rackear, Intern itiona
id vice president of the I SY
Beth David Congregation
ii, wiil deliver the op; ninj'
r.
Under Kab'uinnai ioperv.s'ion
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lion prepared by Elliott Brown
Temple Zion. Miami, and Lor
i Bernstein. Beth Torah Congrega
! ion, North Miami Beach: greet
ings from Jonathan Waxman. in-
ternational president of ATID. the
! -ollege ag? organization of tin
; ilnited Synagogue of America:
.ind a special musical presentation
if Sabbath songs by the "Wise
3uys Revised" ol St. Petersburg.
Fla.
The USYers will conduct their j
IWH religious services throughout '
he weekend cordinaied by Bruce
>holk of Beth David Congregation. !
.liami. Highlighting the services ;
vill be the chanting of Shir Ha
ihirim on FYiday evening by Mitzi
Oavtin. President of Southeast ;
Region L'SY from Shearitli Israel '
Congregation. Columbus. Ga.. and
.he chanting of the llaftorah on
lhabbat Morning by Jordan Wal ;
ach, president of the Mercaz Sub
legion, from Temple Israel.
Orlando.
Torah readers include, Mike
ilaher. Temple Israel, Orlando:
'crry Goodfrientl, Ahavath Achim.
\llanta; Marc Weinberger, Belli
lavid, Miami, Jeff Kirschenbaum,
Iteve Bay, Stewarl Newman, and
David Monuse. Beth Torah, North
Miami Beach.
I'll" Keynote address Friday eve-
ling will be delivered by Rabbi
.zriel Fellner of Nashville, Tenn..
vhich will he followed by a spe-
ial Oneg Shabbat presentation by
Vgudath Israel USY. Montgomery.
Ma.
The Divrei Torah, words ol
forah, traditionally given at eacli
neal, will be delivered by Myra
'"urman, Temple Israel. Orlando,
egional vire president; Sue
ichler, Temple Beth Sholom,!
aleliite Beach: Uosa Lowinger,
'emple Menorah, Miami Beach,
i ":i! seen tar\; and Bonnie
iintis, Beth Torah Congregation, i
Vorth Miami Beach, president of:
Vrvol Sub Region.
Saturday's pro. ram will include1
Heelings from Mr Joseph Golden.
'resident Southeast Region United
i.vnagogue of America; Mrs Irving
'urman of Urlando ami Mrs.
'aiirici Kravtin of Columbus. Ga.,
>pi c enl ing (he Florida Branch
nd Southern Branch of the Na-
ional Women'- League.
Mitzi Kravtan will deliver her
ir ; log president:il adr\ress al
ho Shabbat luncheon.
\ spt cial reception for gradual-
ni seniors lias been planned fol
elections Saturday evening
,. Cohen of Atlanta.
a Ginsbei
... I ".! i.i
For I el tion ol
I
i. Th I
mil tnc folio nber to'
:t.v Soul 'asl R --' i: I I >r i
the coming year: president, Myra
Furman, Orlando or Randy Konigs-
burg. Pompano Beach; vice pres-
ident from Arvot, Louis Rosenthal,
Miami Beach: vice president from
.Mercaz, Mike Blaher, Orlando.
Simmie Bresnick, Orlando, or
Koehelle Zucker, Jacksonville; vice
president from Ein Gcdi. Andy |
Strickman, Atlanta: treasurer,
Diane Lipson, North Miami Beach: |
secretary. Karen Asher. Miami
Beach) or Pam Colin. Miami.
Charters will be presented to ;
two new affiliated chapters by
Marshall Baltuch. regional direc '
lor. Recipients will be Sol Kalz, '
president, Beth Sholom USY, Co-
tumbia, S. ('.; and Debbie Davis.
president, Gulfcoast USY, Biloxi.
Miss,
Sunday morning creative arts
awards and regional summer ac-
tivities scholarships will be pre-
iented.
Sue Schler, Creative Arts chair- \
man. has received over 300 arts,
crafts and literary entries for the '
annual contest. All entries will be
on display at the convention. Mrs.
Arthur Wlnton will present the
awards to the winners.
Over Sfl.OOO will be awarded in
scholarships lo deserving USYers
to participate this summer in the
USY on Wheels program, a six
week tour of Hie United Stale-
the Israel Pilgrimage, seven weeks
in Israel: and the East European
Pilgrimage, 5"- weeks in Russia.
Rumania, Greece, Israel and other
European countries.
Judge Arthur Winton, North
Miami Beach, chairman of the
Regional Youth Commission and
Scholarship Committee, will pre-
sent the scholarships, assisted by
Irs. George Feiueman, st. Peters.-
burg, cochairman of th; Regional
Youth Commission, and Mrs. Kari
Cohen. Hollywood, chairman of
the Regional Kadima (pre-teen)
Commission.
Marshall Baltuch. regional di
rector, will induct the new officers
!n the installation ceremony al (he
closing session on Sundav.
United Synagogue Youth is the
teenage arm of the Conservative
Movement of Judaism with re-
gional offices located in North
Miami Beach The Southeast Re- '
gion encompasses the southern
states and Puerto Rico with over,
1600 members In -to affiliated con
gregations.
Coral Gabies chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women has arranged for a
display at Miami's Main Public
Library of small portrait dolls
representing outstanding men and
women who have played a signifi-
cant role in making our world a
better place in which to live.
"Dolls for Democracy" depict
lamous men and women from ev-
ery color, creed, culture and social
class, and along with specially pre-
pared scripts about their lives and
ideals, are part of B'nai B'rith
Women's programs for elementary
School children.
B'nai B'rith Women volunteers
are available lo present "Dolls for
Democracy" programs in schools
jnd before civic groups. They mr
New Films Opening
Films opening Friday ai Wo
metco Theatres include "Cesar
and Rosalie" starring lves Mon-
!and at the Patio and Carlyle, and
Payday'' at the Coral Way. North
Dado Drive-Ins. Among holdovers
ire Class of 44" at the Carib;
'Lost Horizon" at the Miracle, and
Scorpio" at the Byron.
be contacted through the Mia:-
jffice of the Anti- Defamati
League of B'nai B'rith.
The display at the Main Pub! :
Library Biscayne Boulevard ar.ri
Flagler Street wiil continue or ,
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Miami, Florida Friday, April 27
Section B
! Eban To Address Dinner
Honoring Russell, Kronish
) Israel's Fur-!?-. Minister Abba
Eton will come to Miami Beach
May 1G to be the | 'I ici] ;ii speaker
at the Silver Anniversary Dinner
of the .state of Israel. The banquet
at the l-'onta::'..' j.iu Hot -i will
honor Hobert Russell, president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, ami Dr. Leon Kroni-h.
international chairman of the
f)inic cabinet for State of Israel
r. Russell and Dr. Kronish.
rabbi of Temple Beth Sholom. will
receive the Prime Minister's Silver
Anniversary Medal at the May 16
eren which will climax South
Florida's celebration of the 25th
anniversary of Israel's indcpen-
' dence.
They are among 25 men in the
world Jewish community per-
sonally selected by Prime Minister
Golda Meir and Finance Minister
Pinchas Sapir for the honor. It will
be presented by Mr. Eban "in
recognition of unparalleled con-
tributions to the growth and wel-
.tare of the State of Israel, for
aealous leadership and ceaseless
effort for the development of a
k tt
secure and economically viable
nati in, and for tireless labors and
a devotion and lo\ r tr Israel
unique in the annals of Jewry.''
Eban, one of Israel's outstand-
ing statesmen and public Bg
has worked closely with Russell
and Dr. Kronish in various efforts
by the two men in behalf of the
Jewish nation.
V: Russell is World Chairman
of Housing for the Jewish Agency
for Israel, and one of 11 Amer-
icans on the executive committee
of the international body which
aids Israel's absorption of new
immigrants and provision of
health, educational and welfare
services to the entire population.
He also is on the board of gover-
nors of Tel Aviv University.
Dr. Kronish is associate general
chairman of the 1973 Combined
Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency
Fund campaign of Federation, na
tional chairman of the board of
the Israel Histadrut Foundation
and former Greater Miami chair-
man for Israel Bonds. He is co-
chairman of the Joint Commission
on Israel of the Central Confer-
tr it
en v of Americ and the
oi American Hebrew Con-
go gations.
Foreign Minister Eban. former
; esident of tne Weizmann Insti-
if Science :n Israel, joined the
J v ,ii Agency in 1946. became
Israel's ambas-ador to both the
United States and the United Na-
tions in the early years of the
nation's existence.
He returned to Israel in 1959.
serving as Deputy Prime Minister
and as Minister of Education be-
fore succeeding Mrs. Golda Meir
as Foreign Minister in 1966.
He is the author of many books,
including several best sellers on
the birth and growth of Israel, is a
graduate with high honors of
Cambridge University in London
and is a South African by birth.
Reservations for the dinner may
be made at the Israel Bonds office.
| L. Jules Arkin
r Dinner Chairman
^ L. Jules Arkin has been named Miami Beach Chamber of Com-
fchairman of the May 16 Silver An- merce; past president of the Miami
Sbiversary Dinner at the Fontaine- Beach Kiwanis Club; and a mem-
ber of the board of governors and
past president of the city of Miami
Beach Social Services Advisory
Board.
Mr. Arkin received his degrees
from the University of Miami and
Emory University. He belongs to
the American Bar Association and
is a retired lieutenant commander
in the U.S. Naval Reserve. He
serves as a vice president and di-
rector of the Financial Federal
Savings and Loan Association of
Dade County.
Reservations for the Silver An-
niversary Dinner are available
from the Israel Bond office. 420
Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach. Admis-
sion to the dinner will be based
on the paid purchase in 1973 of a
minimum S2.500 Israel Bend.
1. 1ULIS ARKIN
Hfelau Hotel, where Dr. Leon Kron
ffch and Robert Russell will receive
fesiaeis 25th Anniversary Medal on
behalf of Prime Minister Golda
EUcir and Finance Minister Pinchas
. .Sapir.
In announcing the appointment
|{ Mr. Arkin. Givater Miami Israel
Bond director Milton M. Parson
aid: "We are honored to have as
' chairman a man who, like the hon-
brecs, has distinguished himself
f through his dedicated efforts for
'uranv national and international
P causes."
Mr. Arkin, a partner in the law
firm of Meyer. Weiss, Rose and
Arkin, serves as vice president of
the Jewish Federation and was
formerly chairman of the budget
committee. He is a director of the
American Jewish Joint Distribution
Committee, a trustee and past
president of Mount Sinai Hospital,
and a member of Temple Beth
Bholom.
Active in civic affairs as well as
Jewish organizations, Mr. Arkin is
a member of the board of gover-
nors and past president of the
Information Available
On Bequests, Gifts
Individuals or families in-
terested in learning about
bequests or gifts to the Foun-
dation of Jewish Philanthro-
pies of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, or wish-
ing information on Philan-
thropic Funds. Affiliated
Foundations, Trusts, and the
Foundation's Letter of In-
tent, are invited to write to
or call Arthur S. Rosichan,
Foundation director, 4200
Biseayne Blvd., Miami.
All inquiries will be kept
confidential.
Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Frehling received the State oi Israel
Atzmaut (Independence) Award from Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man of Temple Emanu-El (right) at a recent "Night in Israel"
celebration in Seacoast Towers Ea$. The awaid was given
on behalf of State of Israel Bonds. Dr. Frehling, former presi-
dent of the Mount Sinai Hospital medical staff, is active in
Israel Bonds and CJA and has served as vice president of
Temple Emanu-El for a number of years. The "Night in Is-
rael" honoring the Frehlings raised SI25,000 for Israel
through the sale of bonds.
'Postal Week' Planned
By declaration of Postmaster
General E. T. Klassen the week of
April 29 through May 5 will be ob-
served as Postal Week." with Mon-
day, April 30, named Postal Peo-
ple Day." A special feature of 'Pos-
tal People Day' will be scheduled
appearances of 'Miss U.S.P.S.' at
Miami area post offices.
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Friday, April 27. 1973
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AIPAC Conclave Will Honor Dinltz
Page 5-3
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By Special Report
WASHINGTON The Jackson
Amendment to the pending Trade
Bii! will be a major topic of the
14th annuar Policy Conference of
the American Israel Public Affairs
Committee here .May 7 and 8. when
AIPAC delegates will discuss the
amendment with their congress-
men.
More than 200 Congressmen
have accepted invitations to meet
with delegates at conference
functions honoring Israel's Ambas-
sador Simcha Dinitz and celebrat-
ing Israel's 25th anniversary.
House Floor Leaders Thomas P.
O'Neill and Gerald R. Ford will
address the May 8 luncheon hon-
oring Ambassador Dinitz.
The May 7 anniversary celebra
tion, sponsored jointly by AIPAC
and the Jewish Community Coun-
cil of Greater Washington, will
feature Ambassador Dinitz. Assist-
ant Secretary of State Joseph J.
Sisco, and Walworth Barbour.
recently-retired 0. S. Ambassador
lo Israel.
AIPAC's annual policy state-
ment, to be approved by the con-
ference and presented to Con-
gressmen, will deal with the issue
of Soviet Jewry and the Jackson
Amendment.
Other conference events include
a review of UN action on the
Middle East by former U. S. Am-
j bassador to the UN. Justice Arthur
I J. Goldberg, and a briefing at the
State Department by Deputy As
si.tant Secretary of State Alfred
, L. Atherton and Charles DiBona.
Special Consultant to the Presi-
dent on energy.
Brand pis Women
Install President
Mrs. Sholes
Mrs. Sampson Sholes of Miami
j Beach will be installed as presi-
I dent of the Greater Miami chapter
j of Brandeis University National
i Women's Committee at a luncheon
! at the Eden Roc Hotel Sunday.
Installing Mrs Sholes and the
i new slate of officers will be Emil
j J. Gould. Officers for the coming
| year will be Mesdames Rae Ber-
man. Coleman Andelman. Betty
I Drachman, Lester Segerman. Ber-
nard Gottlieb. Bernard Traub.
Samuel Oberstein. Robert Gross-
j man. Ethel Nagler. Abraham
j Schorr. Joseph Pomeranz. and
Mark Holzberg.
i
The final meeting of the sea-
i son. which will also honor the
; 25th anniversary of Brandeis Uni-
versity, will be conducted by out-
going president Mrs. Harold Dorf-
man.
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27th annual State convention of
?he Jewish War Veterans and
Ladies Auxiliary to be held at
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to nlan convention activities.
Mrs. Albert Freeman, a past na-
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nf the testimonial luncheon honor-
ing Lillian Schoen. Florida, de-
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Mrs. Max Kern, immediate past
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dent and national Veterans Admin-
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man, is Woman of the Year chair-
man: Mrs. Max LeVine. past de-
partment president, will be awards
chairman,
Mrs. Belle Swartz was appointed
convention publicity chairman.
Annual meeting of the Greater
Miami Hebrew Academy will be
held Sunday morning at the Miami
Beach school. Election of officers,
executive committee, board of di-
rectors and trustees will be held,
president Irving Firtel said.
Jerome Bienenfeld. treasurer of
the Hebrew Academy, is chairman
of the nominating committee
which selected nominees from the
leadership of the Jewish communi-
ties of Dade and south Broward
counties.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cipal of the school, will report on
the past year's achievements and
plans for the forthcoming :.
months. This is the 25th am
aty year of the Hebrew Acs
Mr. Firtel will discuss succe-s
of a year-long campaign to increas
immunity support of and in-
volvement with the south's large:
'{ brew day school.
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Diary of Anne Frank To Be
Presented Bv Ilillel Groui
Dr. Jcsaph R. Norot (seated right) pre
.
.:n3r of State May 6 ct the t.
Ci ... William Lehman ''''-
St ci Israel Atzmaut (Inde-
pendc rd, one ci ths highest hon-
ine Israel Bond Organiza-
tion. Attending the meeting were (seated
lwn i..... ix H. GoldhcJ, dinne; chair-
man Joseph I. Davis, RafcLi Narot and
an ling1 Manny Brockmire, host chairman
Aaron Kanner, M S. Lansburgh, and Har-
old Frieuman.
Dr. Sara Feinsteiii Is Leader Of
CAJE Seminar For Faculty Members
The uso of Simulation Games Israel and the Holocaust,
I pish studies w is tit. ijecl Dr Feinstein, who is al o in-
n inar conducted b> volved in the development '>f Few-
il Vgcncy for Jewish ish studies on a university level,
ati n for faculty members of met with officials of tiio Univer
Ju lai a Hebrew High s> .. ulu.,, an extensive
. for educational direc am of Jewish studi ,, now
ind lected teachers of the ,
,1s of Greater Miami. ,J('":L '"' anud-
and Fnrt Lauderdale
ferbert Zvi Berger, executive
or reports.
Simulation garni s are games in
nts piay roles as if
thej \., i actuall) involved in
challenging issues on Israel and
other subjects. They first gained
popularity in the training of bus-
iness executives, and have now
bei n adapted in a variety of sub-
ject areas to the field of general
education, and most recently Jew-
ish education.
Leader of the seminar was Dr.
Sara Feinstein, director of the
artment of Israel studies of
the American Association for Jew-!
ish Education and curriculum
llist in materials for the
study of Israel on all levels in
the school program.
Dr. Feinstein is the author of
tin Vow Israel", units of instrttc
tion .hi Israel widely distributed'
i lughout public school systems
in I ie United States, as well as
editor of a si rii s of curricu-
[uides and r s tun i units on
There arc now department i of
Judaica studies in more than 200
universities throughout the coun-
try, with the indication that at
least 150 more will be established
in the coming few years.
Beth \m Sponsoring
Jewfoli Film Festival
The firl annual Bi th \ n Ji
Film Festival sponsored by Beth
Am Adult education, will offer a
erie i ;' f iui films of Jewish con
tent, this year emphasizing humor
.ind comedy. The programs will be
followed by refreshments and a
discus ion ol the major themes of
each film.
All films are scheduled to start
al 7:30 p.m., leading off with
"Bye, Bye, Bravcrman" Amer-
ican) on Sunday, April 29; "Two
Ol Us" (French) on Sunday, May
6: "Shop on Main Street" (Czech)
on Sunday. May 13. and "Saliah"
(Israeli) on Sunday. May 20.
'. un ni in chat
stud., has ai arm i
to tl timeless a rj c intained in
i>i.'! ol ;' Frank" the ac-
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pel lenc .- wh hiding from the
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which wi tented bj
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Miamian Mrs. Webber
Heads Florida Hadassah
Pc.g3 7-B
or
Mrs. Maxwell i.. Webbers of
Miami will be install,,! as presi.
fleni ,,! the Florida region of Ha
flas^i during the group's annual
inference this weekend in Tampa
Conference theme will be "The
Hadassah Woman 1973 Who she I-
and Where .she is Going."
Keynote speaker at the installa
MRS MAXWtU I. WEiSBlRG
BARRY D. S/fGfl
Americans Savings
Names Barry Siege!
Barrj D. Siege! has been named
lirector of marketing and public
relations at American Savings and
Loan Association of Florida. Mar-
is N. Broad, president of the as-
sociation announced the appoint-
ment, which was effective April 2.
Mr, Siege! was formerly execu-
tive vice president of Educational
Enterprise Associates, a Miami
Beach firm specializing in group
barter travel. He has had exten
Mvc marketing and sales promo-
tion experience, both in Florida
md in the northeast.
Mr Siege] received his B.A. de-
gree from Bowling Green Univer-
sity and completed his graduate
work at Rutgers University. lie
also r k'cd as editor of "The Quar-
terly," a collegiate oriented maga-
rinc with a circulation ot 35,000.
and has been a frequent speaker
on man) campuses In North Amer-
ica.
Mr, and Mrs -:i gel and their
1n iake theii home in
Miami Beach.
PLANNING
ON MOVING TO
ISRAEL?
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lion banquet to be held Monday
Hill be Dr. Howard Sachar. pro-
u tsoi of history at George Wash-
.ngton University. Dr. Sachar is
author of the bosk "The Course
f Modern Jewish History" and re
' vntly published "Europe Leaves
he Middle East."
Mrs. Weisberg has served as
presidenl of the Miami chapter oi
Hadassah and ol !he ("hai group
f the chapter. For the past three
years she has been chairman of
the Hadassah Zlonisl Youth Com-
mission of Greater Miami and an
area vice preeidem of the Fio.ida
region of Ha lassah,
She is on th board of the
\jneriean Zionist I edi ration ol
Miami. .- active v ith i1. .- iuth
,'u. ida Council ol iel J( ,vry,
and cochain the 1972 vVi i
'I or Snvi< Ji w ish Prisoners
->t (' m-cience in the .Miami area.
>h( ha ael thrrc times,
d'.h .: ..- who will at-
end the A I onfi n c
wiil participate in ,vorksh ips on
fund raising, programming, educa-
tion and leadership training
Hadassah Group
May Meetings
On Schedule
Miami Beach Chanter of Hadas-
sah grouDg are meeting on the fol-
lowing dates:
Louis l>. Rrandeis will meet at
noon. Monday. Mrs. David Rein
wald will preside.
llanna Senesch will have its
installation luncheon Thursday,
May 3, at noon at the Algiers Ho-
ld Mi*. Zelda Thau will be the
installina officer .Mrs. Barnett
I Baron pi eliding.
Israel Coup installation lunch-
eon a! iiie Algiers Hotel. Thursday,
Maj 3, at noon. Mrs. Emanusl
MentZ, pro-idem of the Miami
Beach chapter of Hadassah. will
b installing officer. Song stylist,
Catherine Russell, accompanied bj
concert pianist, Aida Yaslo, will
entertain. Mrs. Esther Meyer will
be installed as president
Southgatc Croup will have its
awards and installation luncheon
Thursday, May 3. at neon at the
inebleau Hotel, Rabbi Irving
l 'hi man of Ti mple Emanu-EI,
and Judge Rhea Pincus Grossman
";:i be installing officers. Mrs.
Tillie Schwartz will be chairman
of the day.
Mount Sinai's Auxiliary
Schedules Musical Ke\iew
The Mount Sinai Medical Center musical review called "Tin Scene
Auxiliary, currently observing its Today," as an added attraction fm
24th anniversary, has scheduled a the Auxiliary s annual instal ntion
luncheon at the Fontaineh i m
iiotei Tuesday.
The review, written and dii d
by Trixie Levin, will fealur the
talents of members of Hie Vuxil
iary. volunteers who put in count-
less hours supplementing th
of the Medical 'enti r's r 'gular
staff. Mrs. E. Max Kessclmoii, vice
president in charge of fticmbi
Mrs. Murray A. Kern is si
as phi'irman of the da; fo
lunche* n. Otiu r chairmen in 'hide
Mrs. Norman Holland pn Mrs. Arlhui Burrell, ticki I Mrs
Alan Cohen, ho le and Mi -
Nan y \ grin, pro) \\
Bai in ol Ihc
; a i.....: bj Mi l
and Mrs. !! .- Krunin
char je c.r an I
souvenirs,
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MRS. MAX XtSScLMAN
Join in the Celebration of the
25th ANNIVERSARY OF
ISRAEL INDEPENDENCE
A GALA EVENING OF ENTERTAINMENT
Monday, May 7,1973-8:00p.m.
MIAMI BEACH CONVENTION HALL
Address by
The Hon. Edward Gurney, U.S. Senator
Musical Program by the
MIAMI BEACH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
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Sponsored by the
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Temple Branches At NerTamid Name Leaders
Charles Goldstein. out Cub will
president of Temple Nei '
announced that th< be d< iwlj
n of officers of the lem e, officer! ird mei
branches of the
Cn v shalf of the 19 :J CJA-IEF camp.-ign, Miami Beach resi-
Mrs Sol Zallea hosted a Women's Division parlor meet-
ing and lunches lay A] il 9. A 74 per cent increase
: lb Mrs,
Zaiiec left tc r'ghO M rl
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April 6 was the date of one of the most successful Women's
ten parlor meetings Miami Beach has seen this year,
hosted by Miami Beach Women's campaign cocrdinator,
Iv..i. Sol Goldstein. Among the guests at the luncheon, which
?d in a spectacular increase cf 118 per cent in wom-
en's giving to the Greatei Miami Jewish Federation's 1973
campaign were (from leli) Mrs. Thomas rlrtvitz, Miami
Beech patron cor-hairmo" Mrs. Irving Cypen, Mrs. Howard
Miller and Mrs. Sidney Gans.



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A spectacular increase of 218 per cent in women's giving
to the 1973 CJA-IEF campaign resulted from the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation Women's Division pcrlcr meeting
held April 10 at the North Miami Beach home of Mrs-. Albert
Cohen, ( second from right). Guests included Maxine
Schwartz and Mrs. Howard Sanford, (left) and Mrs. Her-
bert Fields (right).
oers ".
: iC.
Mrs Lou: Cohen, president End
tiers of the Sister-
.:ied as pres-
id".-:"., Edward 1 Rosenfeld. ores
idem oi the Men's Club and If.
Maxwell Harri- a- president ol
ihe congregation.
The ceremony, conducted by the
Rabbi of the temple, Dr. Eugene
Lab' ". assisted by Cantor Ed-
ward K rill begin at 10 a.m.
in the Skiar Auditorium of th<
temple.
This ouartet of happy artists helped to kick off a b
crt show for Cedars of Lebanon's Hospital's buildinr
and reported briffk sales. Artiste Marion Smith, (left) A
Kcmrad and Maivelle Kaplan (right) are shown with
tor Rc'fe Nyberg at the exhibit opening held at the
Chester branch of Flagler Federal Savinas and Loan A .
elation, 86f:6 Coral Way. Proceeds of a'l sales will s
Cedars' big building program to prov;de 500 addition
patient beds and expanded research a::d out-patiei
c i i ;?= in the Civic Center.


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JWV Post And
Installs New
Post 7

Vuxilian
cers

JUDITH BEIARK
Judith Raye Bezark,
Thames Day Engaged
The engagement of Judith Raye
3ezark of Kendall to Thomas M.
Day of Coconut Grove has been
announced by the bride's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bezark of Miami
Beach.
Tiie bride-to-be is a graduate
of Miami Beach High School and
the University of Houston. She is
employed by the Dade County
Board of Education as a speech
pathologist.
Mr. Day. a native of Australia,
is a graduate of Sydney (Australia)
University. He is vice president
and regional sales manager of
1 J. I. Kislak Mortgage Corporation
mortgage barking services divi-
sion of the nationally known Ki.-lak
Organization.
A July 1 wedding is planned at
nanu-El.
li .
lars
eth Cohen,
u idlan, sen ici officer, and
Rabbi Marshall Taxay,
and program officer.
Installing offi< 1 r v as
ol ihi J\\ v Department
pi Florida, Herbert L, (lopinan.
issisted by Senior vice commi
)l the department, M. Jay Her
iner, and first junior vice com
wander of the department, Harold
C. I'hr. Ah isting was second
mander, was presented with a past
tartment, Howard Melinson.
leth Cohen, outgoing com
oming officers: Leah Eisenman.
tommander's pin.
Lillian Schoen, president of
the Department of Florida Aux-
iliaries, installed the following in-
err. ng officers: Leah Eisenman,
resident; Evelyn Cohen, senior
ice president: Charlotte Widlan,
junior vice president: Sylvia Dub-
bin, treasurer: Ada Adyr, corre-
Bsn B. Clein, incoming com-
mander of South Dade Post 778,
JWV, and Leah Eisenmai
coming president of the 0
ary.
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rtment by River Reach. Scenery by

New River Lifestyle by the Isaacsons.

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Garry Isaacson and his wife, Pam,
moved up to River Reach from
Miami about a month ago. The
Isaacsons live life to the bnm. And
love every minute of it. Like having
breakfast on their balcony and
watching the boats glide past on
New River. And the companionship
of neighbors who'vi madethem
lej like the
security of living on an island. they live in a lovely residential area.
With only one entrance guarded by Out of the shadows of tall buildings
a manned gatehouse 24-hours a
day. They like being close to
downtown Fort Lauderdale (just
five minutes away). And Miami is
only a 30 minute drive via 1-95,
with the Davie Boulevard
Interchange just 5 blocks to the
west. With all thi znience
and away from the crowds and the
traffic. You can move up to River
Reach for as little as $27,700.
Come on. Grab a little gusto. Get
it together with the now people at
River Reach. If you don't believe
the living's great, just ask the
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named chaiiman nf tlic 25th Anni
\crsary ORT Bond with Israc.
Mrs, Speroni To Chair OKI
Bond-With-Israel Luncheon
Mrs. Silvie Speroni has beo- i Mrs. Theodore A Zalles with the
V'ornan oi Valor Award, is being
leld under the auspices of the
ireater Miami Israel Bond Or-
.anization.
Mrs. Philip Stark, president of
he Southeastern Florida Region
>f OHT. said the selection of Mrs
Speroni a- lunehi-on chairman was
based on "her leadership in Jew-
n causes and her dedication to
ll's American ORT."
Th< Woman of Valor Award w ill
ic conferred on Mrs. Zalles by Dr.
Vrieh ; Plotkin. noted scholar
; .'i Middle Ea I Affairs.
. lid is coming to Miami to address
he luncheon.
Mrs. Stork
neon Vlaj 3. at tin
i Ro;
R vations are avail ible by
, on:., til the 1 irai I B h d Ofl
The lu li will hon r' 120 Lincoln K I.. Miami Beach.
When Mic-mi Beech Lodge 1591, the oldest B'nai B'rith
Ledge in the city, held its annual dinner-installation re-
cently, Moe Reiffen, (left) outgoing president who had server!
for two terms, received a spe.ial plaque Irom Irving Schatz-
man, honorary liie president. With them are George Talian-
o!i, honorary chaiiman cf the Anti-Defamation League's
Scciely cf Fellcws, who served as installing officer, and
Sam Pascoe (right1 past president of the Florida State Asso-
ciation of B'r.ai B'rith Ledges who acted as master of
ceremonies.
Israel Extends QE2
Tumultuous Greeting
as lie disembarked, that tight
ecaritj was so tight during the
trip that it almost, but not quite,
invented youngsters from steal-
ing the afikomen durfrt-? the
seder held aboard Monday night.
TEL \Y1\ JTA) The 65.-
sUO-ton Queer. Elizabeth 2, thr
irorld's largest passenger liner.
received a tumultuous, welcome
as she steamed into Ashdod, la-
ad's newest deep water port.
*.th 620 Plangers on a Pass
..! cruise to Israel
The threats of Arab terrorist
action against the giant liner and
the extraordin-in security meas-
ures taken before and during the
VOfekge appeared to be forgotten
as thousands of soectators cheer-
ed on the dock, brass bands
played, ship's whistles blasted
and Ashdod's fire boat shot
streams of water into the air.
The huge Cunarder had sailed
from Southhampton. England.
One of the passengers quipped.
Israeli security services took
over responsibility for the safety
of the liner during the week she
will remain in Israeli waters as
a hotel for her passengers while
they tour the country.
The ship's arrival was marred,
however, by bitter complaints
from Religious Affairs Minister
Zeraeh Warhaftig and Israel's
two chief rabbis. Shlomo Goren
and Ova-Jia Yosef. that she was
allowed to dock and disembark
her passengers on the Sabbath.
Happenings f^^VffiV*^4 I
The Hoard of Directors of
Jefferson National Hank at
Sunny Isles lias announced the
appointment of Hit hard K.
Steinbach to the position of
assistant vice president of the
bank and of (ierald Zymet lo
the position of cashier.
ft ft
The Spring Story Series con
ducted by writcr-in residence
Mary Margaret Percival, held at
Bany Co.iege, 11300 NK 2nd
Ave., Miami Shores, has been
canceled until further notice.
The National Association of
v. eh & dock Collectors, Inc.,
will hold its tri chapter regional
me< ting at the Deauvilk Hotel
this weekend. An outstanding
co lection of antique watches
and clocks will I):- on displaj
through Sunday, rhere will be
up to 150 tables foi i iewing,
buying, swapping or selling
liniepu -
A kick off carnival inaugu-
rating th<' seventh year of
"Carnivals Against Dystrophy,"
v.i.i be held Sunday from 12-9
p.m., m the back parking lot of
Lit. 4. 310" .\. Miami Ave.
Chuck /oik. star of WTVJ
Ch. 4's "Skipper Chuck Show,"
and national vice chairman of
the "Carnivals Against Dys-
trophy'' program, will host the
afternoon carnival. All proceeds
will go to the Muscular Dys
trophy Association of America.
Harry li. Sussman of North
Miami Beach has been named
condominium manager for Asso-
ciates Realty Corporation, ac-
cording to William C. Conder.
president of the firm. Mr. Sus-
man. a graduate of Northeastern
University with an LL.B. degree |
has served as president and is ,
currently secretary of the North
Miami Beach I.ions Club.
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On Men 11 8 p.m. In Temple
Zalmanson will
addr< ,,-i behalf of
his niece .- i\a Zalmanson, 2B,
and "the mi 1 ither Soviet Ji ws
who struggle ;,. their freedom."
Tl thai Mr, Zalmanson
i( lls con,., niece, an 1
neer. impiis r.ed al Potma Labor
Camp in Russia. She has lost her
child, has t ime deaf in one ear
and suffers ravages of tubercu
losis. She receives no medical care, '
"Her cni'i. was the desire to
emigrate to Israel," he says. "Her I
punishment, ten years at the |
Potma Labor Camp, a certain
death sentence considering her ill-
ness, the rl {ors Of the Russian
climate, and the terrible depriva-
tions, physical and spiritual, of
life in a labor camp.
"When she has exhausted all
legal means sir,,1 was driven to
desperate measures and was ar
SSI 13,
I, with 10 others, at a Ru siari
airport. She was broug it to trial
an trial of the Leningrad Eleven in
!si70. The trial and sentencing
violated both Russian and inter-
national law," he points out.
In South Miami a group ol
women lias formed The Committee
to Save Silva Zalmanson. It is a
group dedicated to securing foi
her the medical care so h.irl.y
needed, and the right to emigrate
to 1 rael. The committee has writ-
ten to US and Russian officials.
ind national and international
igencics.
In 1971 a group of London
women was successful in securing
for Raiza Palatnik, a former pris-
oner, the right to emigrate, a fact
which encourages them to believe
'hey may be able to help in the ,
Zalmanson case.
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Mi. Zilbert's outstanding re ind eommuni !,-> re-
'' d in his being trip recipi I of the "Man Of Th?
from the- Civic Leogu* and (he Hshrew r-iame for the Aged
Bi ich.
The Zionist Organization cf America's Annual Din e ore-
ceded with a champagne cocktail roc-;>;io-. it SrOC P.M. '
oiab'e John Z Anderson, Congressman o' 'llinois, ? servat'on; for
this even; can be marie at the ZOA o.'fics, 220C Park Aver>ue, .
Beach, falcplione number 531-1371.
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The Honorable John B. Anderson, Congressman of Illinois, wiil be the Guest Spaake' at
the Zionist Organization of America's Annual Dinner honoring r\Ar. Leon J. Ell, on Wednesday
evening, May 2nd at the Eden Roc Hotel.
Elected to Congress in 1960, John D. Anderson of ,llinois has risen
quietly but quickly fo national party leadership. He drew nationwide
attention in April 1968, when he cast the deciding vote in the Rules
Committee and gave a dramatic speech on the House ffoor in favor of
Federal open housing legislation. In January 1969, his colleagues elec-
ted him Chairman of the House Republican Conference, to succeed
newly-named Secretary of Defense Melvin Laird.
Anderson at age 46 thus became third-ranking Republican
in the House of Representatives. He meets regularly at the White
House with President Nixon and other GOP Congressional leaders,
for wide-ranging policy discussions. Generally a strong supporter of
the President, he has also shown the kind of independent judg-
ment that has won him the respect of both colleagues and the press.
Representing Illinois' 16th District, Anderson is known as a consci-
entious legislator and one of the most effective speakers ir: the Hou of Representatives. As second ranking Republican on the strategic Rules Committee which
monitors all major legislation coming to the House floor, he has developed broad expertise
on the major issues facing the nation in the 70's from economic and foreign policy to crime
and pollution. As a ranking member of the joint Committee on Atomic Energy, h? has studied
at first hand the atom's potential for peace and war, and is committed to working steadily for
an end to the arms race while maintaining a strong and ready American deterrent.
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Naricnal Presi lent of :he Syr.agogue Council o
of the ZOA's Annual Dl ter honoring Mi. leo-i J. F.ll on tel, it
was announced bv M Leona ilbi Dinner Chai
Dr. Lehrman, Rabbi of Temple Emanu-EI of Mi ^43
setved on Presidor. 's Commission on Ol ; ap-
pointed to Preside*,i's Commission on Aging and Co-Chairman ol
ligicus Task Force, W'nite House Conferriice ci r.-- Nutrition and
Health, and past Chairman of Greater imi C( bin i Jewish Ap-
peal.
The Zionisi O-ganir ition of Ameri. n f--; i mo
bilirer. public opinion in the continuing stru al uard Israel's
security and economic q'owth. It condut I
and Hebrew education aimed at
States.
The ZOA spurs Israel's development throuj h ; i encouragement of
Western aliya, promotion o,' private investments and maximum ma-
terial assistance by sp -Mh^i.-ling !he major fund raising e'foifs for
Israel. It also strengthens Amarican-'srae! tifts Ihroeoh its major pro;<-cts >:i 'srae' the Kfar
Silver Agricultural and Mollie Goodman Acede-nic High Schools near Ashkefon, and the wide-
spread cultural and educational programs of 'he ZOA House in Tl Aviv.
There are twenty regional offices throuchout the ration The Southeast Reg.on off.ee .s
located at 2200 Park Ave., Miami Beach, telephone number 531-7371.
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Paqe 12-^
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Friday. April 27, 1973
Bab Mitfucvk
Richard K/ossmon
Jeffrey Silver
Brelt Spero
JEFFERY SILVER
Jeffery Gregg, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Hillard Silver. 7360 SW 20th
St., will be called to the Torah
on the occasion of his Bar Mitzvah
Saturday morning, April 28. at
Temple Or Olom.
Jeffery, a seventh grader at
West Miami Junior High, is vice
president of the school chorus. He
recently won three science awards
in the Metropolitan Miami Flower
Show and he will appear in nis
school's production of "Oklahoma."
Jeff is a member of Temple Or
Olom USY.
In honor of their son's Bar
Mitzvah, Mr. and Mrs. Silver will
host the Kiddush and Oneg Shab-
bat at Temple Or Olom as well as
a reception and dinner Saturday
evening at the Seville Hotel.
Honored guests expected to at-
tend include Jeff's grandmother.
Mrs. Bertha Berger of Miami
Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Freed-
man, Portsmouth, Va.. Miss Pit
Silver. Mrs. Sadie Goodman. Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Silver and daugh-
ter, Jackie, all from North Caro-
lina, and Miss Kate Kirsch of N.u
York City. i
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RICHARD KLASSMAN
Richard, the son of Mr. and Mrs. '
Kdward KJassman. will become a
Bar Mitzvah at Temple Menorah,
Saturday morning, April 28.
Richard is a seventh grade rt'.i
dent at Nautilus Junior Hyh
School.
There will be a Kiddush in
Temple Menorah's Crimson Room
following services. The celebrant
will also be honored with a re-
ception and dinner at the Eden
Rc Hotel.
ft PAUL KAMOLMCK
Saturday. April 28. at 0.30 a.m..
Paul, the son of .Mr. and .Mrs
Sidney Kamolnick, 355 E. 62nd ::
Hialeah, will become Bar Mitzvah
at Temple Tifereth Jacob.
Paul is a seventh grade student
at Hialeah Junior High School
He is a member of the Boy Seen;
Troop No. 303.
Mr. and Mrs. Kamolnick will ,
host the Oneg Shabbat following ,
services on Friday and Kiddush
following the ceremony on Satur-
day.
Out of town guests will include \
Mrs. Marge Lewis and Steven !
Kamolnick of California. Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard St en of Pennsyl-
vania, and Irving Padnick of
Brooklyn. N. Y.
# is $
BRETT SPEKO
Brett Spero, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Nat Goodman, will become
Bar Mitzvah Saturday, April 28. in
Temple Emanu-EI.
Brett is an eighth grade student
at Nautilus Junior High School,
and is all star on Northshore Little
League. Bretl won first place in
the 3rd Century U.S.A. Bicenten
nial Marathon.
The celebrant will be honored
with a reception in Temple Emanu-
EI on Sunday. April 29. His grand-
parents. Dudu and Martin Spero.
I will attend the event.
ft -ft a
MARK WEISS
Saturday morning services at
Temple Adath Yeshurun, April 28.
will include the Bar Mitzvah of
Mark Lawrence, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Alan I. Weiss.
Mark is a seventh grade student
at John F. Kennedy Junior High
School.
Mr. and Mrs. Weiss will host
the Kiddush following the service
and a reception and dinner Sun
day afternoon. April 29. at the
Algiers Hotel. Among the guests
will be grandparents Mr. and Mrs
Eric Dallos and Mr. and Mrs. Jay
Weiss from Richmond. Va.
MICHAEL TURGEL
On Saturday morning. April 2i'<
in the Main Sanctuary of Temple
Set Tamid, Michael Howard, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Turgel. will
be Bar Mitzvah.
Michael is a student of tin
I Abbott School and Ner Tamid Re-
: ligious School. He is an active
' member of the Kadimah Club.
A Kiddush will follow th<-
services.
Out-of-town guests include his
grandmother, Mrs Molly Katz oi
Mew York, Mr. and Mrs. Stuarl
Katz, Elavertown, Pa., Mr. and Mrs.
Jeffrey Katz. Yonkers, X V and
Marshall Turgel, Toronto, Can
Lisa plays the piano and is a Bet|, Dav;d Sisterhood Donor Theatre luncheon
member of future Teachers of
America. The Sisterhood of Beth David
. .. Congregation is holding its annual
Mr. and Mrs. Mayer will host the ... ',
)neg Shabbat in their daughter* donor '""cheon and theatre party
honor. *t the Carillon Hotel Sunday a'
w "if ii -* *p$t:9(Lajn. under the chairmanship
MITCHELL SII.VERSTEIN | of Mrs .Mrray Darks and Mrs.
Afternoon Shabbat services at--------------------------------------------------
Beth Torah Congregation on Sat | ..^,^^^^^^0,^
urday, April 28, will include the
Bar Mitzvah of Mitchell Silver
stein.
Miriam Strunin. according to in
announcement made by Mrs. Rich-
ard Bailey, president.
The well-known actor and singer
Theodore Bikel will star in the
Mstr*m*rr\a%f>Go-e9T)\MeW whierf
:s hi :ng featured.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
Silverstein. the celebrant will be
honored at a reception and dinner
at the Doral Beach Hotel following
the ceremony.
Mitchell is in the seventh grade
at the Hebrew Academy.
it it it
CAROLE AMSTER
The Bat Mitzvah of Carole,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin
Amster, will be observed during
Friday evening services at Beth
Torah Congregation on April 27.
Carole is on the honor roll at
John F. Kennedy Junior High
School where she is in the seventh
grade, and in the Mitzvah class
at Beth Torah's Harold Wolk Re-
ligious School. She is a member of
the United Synagogue Youth.
Mr. and Mrs. Amster will host
'he Oneg Shabbat in their daugh-
ter's honor. Among guests will be
her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Gettenberg of Middletown, '
; N. Y.
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Exotic Palms Offered
The South Florida members of
the Palm Society will sponsor a
ale of exotic palms to the public
Saturday at the Museum of Sci-
ence. 3280 S. Miami Ave. Many
different kinds of palms will be
offered during the 10 a:m. to 2.
p.m. sale, including 300 of the
Malayan comonut palms that are
resistant to lethal yellow blight.
Harmonv BB Installation
B'nai B'rith Women Harmonv
Chapter will install its offic rs
Tuesday at 8 p.m., in the Doral
Hotel. Bernice Laibson will be
"hairman of the evenin 1 ^del
Arnow will do the installing of
new officers and Elsie Zigler will
ntertain.
BRIAN HAUSER
Brian, son of Mr and
W illiam Hauser of 5969 SW 16th
Ti rr will Obs n Bar Mitzvah
Saturday, April 28, at 9 a.m. in
Temple Beth Tov.
Brian, a seventh grader at West
Maimi Junior High School, will
conduct services at the temple
Fridaj evening assisted by his
brother Richard.
Mr. and Mrs. Hauser will host
' the Oneg Shabbat. and a luncheon
on Saturday afternoon at the
; Seville Hotel.
Among 2uests will be the |
I celebrant's brother. Mark, and his i
wife. Helen, who will be coming
! from Gainesville where Mark is
1 graduating from the University of
! Florida Medical School. Also
Brians maternal grandmother,
! Sadye Bennett, and his paternal
grandmother. Sadye Cohen.
ft ft ft
LISA MAYER
Lisa, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Mayer, will observe her Bat
Mitzvah at Beth Torah Congrega-
tion duriir: Friday evening serv-
ices on April 27.
The celebrant is an honor roll
student in the seventh grade at
John F. Kennedy Junior High
School and is a studenl in the
fourth grade at Beth Torah-.
Harold Wolk Religious School.
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Judge Zev W. Kogan, president of Jewish National Fund,
souihern region reports on Greater Miami JNF activities at a
national conference of Jewish National Fund in New York
City. Seated at table (from right) are JNF national president
Meyer Pesin, JNF executive vice president Abram Salomon
and Shimon Ben Shemesh, director general of Keren Kcye-
meth Lelsrael in Jerusalem, who flew especially fio*n Israel
to attend the conclave.
Leon Ell of Miami Beach is speaking al the
dedication ceremony of the Leon and Alyce
Eil chair in environmental studies at the He-
brew University of Jerusalem. Seated (left
to right, are Prof. David Amiran. the chair's
first incumbent; Mrs. Alyce Ell; university
president Avjah^m Ha.'man; the rectc'r,
Prof. Michael Rabin, and university vice
president Bernard Cherrick.
2,000 Hear Reid Plea For Jewry At Histadrut Fete
NEW YORK (.1TA) Rep.
Ogden R. Reid of New York
asked 2,000 guests at the 41st
annual Histadrut Third Seder,
Why is this year different from
all the other years?" and an-
swered that "as Passover cele-
brates the exodus of Jews from
Egypt, so we are seeing in our
own days a new exodus of Jews
from the Soviet Union. Yet, many
are there who still want to leave
and cannot, and I say that we
must not rest until Russian Jews
North Shore 677: Hospital chair-
man Sara Young, Ruth Stark and
Milda Hauser will service the tele-
JWV Auxiliaries Planning j
Hospital Service, Meetings
Lillian M. Schoen, president of, business meeting at Temple Za-
the Department of Florida, Ladies mora Coral Gables.
Auxiliary, Jewish War Veterans, j Miami Beach 330: Minnie Hopen.
department officers and represen-1 hospital chairman, will service the
tatives from auxiliaries through- telecart Sunday at the VA Hos-
out Florida, will attend a quarterly pital.
meeting to be held in Orlando this Fw Freedoms 402: was t0 in. i
weekend. stall president-elect, Mrs. Ann Bro-
Inclusive in this weekend's ac- (,ay and officers Thursday at the
tivities will be attending the Abe .,()Ur preedomg Penthouse. Lillian
Ader Auxiliary 246 installation of ^t.noen department president will
1973-74 officers at St. Petersburg; affi(,ialc.
Saturday evening, as well as the
Abe Aronovitz Auxiliary 373 of
Tampa installation of officers Sun-
day at 5 p.m. At Sunday morning's
quarterly meeting, auxiliary pres-
idents' reports of the year's activi-
ties will be read.
Norman Bruce Brown 174: Sat
urday, hospital chairman Essis Ko-
linsky assisted by Pauline Smith
will service the telecart for pa-
tients at the VA Hospital. Tuesday
Mrs. Esther Jacobs auxiliary pres-
ident, will hold her first business recroauon n3n Killus
meeting at the Knights of Pyth- arnblliatory patients at the VA Hos-
ian Hall. 4601 W. Flagler St. at njta) Wednesday between 730 and
8:15 p.m. 8:30 p.m.
Robert K. Franzblau 177: Joint Pojnt East 698: Vera Krieger,
installation of 1973-74 officers will nresident, will preside at a regular
be held ;.t 7 30 Saturday evening business meeting Monday at the
" Washington Federal, 699 NE Point Enst clubhouse
MTttist Sunday at 10 a.m. a break- Harry H. Cohen 723 SurMd*
as.; meeting will be held for aux- Bay Harbor: Will hold its annua
liarv and post members at the rtonor affair, lunch and show, at
8S?RcStau!at in Mirama, "-^"gl^^
West Miami 223: Hospital;the* d*~ Wt,u,(lay at the
man Jerri Bartlett. Mrs. Pearl S- a hoard ^ ^ and
verman and Mrs Eva Koch i 1 F'8^ Mrs Florcnce Wrona
ft inVrSA ^ will ;v:r,pres,ede ^ ^ ^
.^IS^iomo^Saand ^ffi^^%
1 Lipton will ? ^g. ian will visit Homestead Air Force
B telephone for patents at Me ^.^ to serv refresh.
,S?IpS!S;^S- a' men, to patients.
have the right to leave the coun-
try and So to Israel."
The former United States am-
bassador to Israel hailed the
Jewish state on its 25th anniver-
sary, declaring that Israel "must
have the necessary materials to
defend herself. This means mili-
tary equipment, this means eco-
nomic development, this means
all the things which will ensure
her survival, growth and her
progress."
Aaron L. Solomon, chairman
of the Greater New York Hista-
drut Council, which sponsored
the Passover festival, listed four
contemporary "miracles'' that the
2Cth century has witnessed: the
creation of Histadrut as the
pioneering vanguard of the Jew-
ish state, the uprising in the
Warsaw ghetto 30 years ago, the
rebirth of the Jewish state itself
in 1948, and the "crack in the
Iron Curtain" through which So-
viet Jews are beginning to
emerge.
New Films Opening
Films opening Friday at Wo-
art help in the admissions office metco Theatres include Cesar
Mul the patients' dental clinic of and Rosalie" starring Ives Mon-
th? VA Hospital Tuesday. land at the Patio and Carlyle, and
\be Horrowitz: President Syl 'Payday'' at the Coral Way, North
ii> Bart will hold a board meeting Dado Drive-Ins. Among holdovers
Thiirdav. Mav 3 at 8:15 p.m. at are "Class of 44" at the Canb:
15947 NE 19th Place. "Lost Horizon" at the Miracle, and
Hialeah Miami Springs 681: Eve -Scorpio" at the Byron,
de Young, president, hospital chair-
man and volunteers will hold a
recreation hall games party fir
ALL CANPIDATES A6REE-.
ZIP CODE SPEEPS
H0L1PAV MAIL j
Richard Barr To
Direct RuthV
The Coconut Grove Playhouse
has en aged Richard Barr. one of
Broadway's best known theatri al
nei onalitios, to direct tin N i
York and Lnndi !y hit "But
lej op the Plaj house
Tuesday.
Hi IJ.-rr i pi ducci 'f Ed
A be< 's plays on Broi
eluding 5ui h celebrated rli tail
i "Who's Afraid of Virginia
Woolf?" "A Delicate Balanci an<
'Tiny Alice." and is currently pre
paring Albee's newest play, "Sea
scape," for fall production.
"Bulley," starring James Daly
of NBC television's Medical Cen
ter fame, will be at the Coconut
Grove Playhouse for two weeks
only, through Sunday, May 13.
Britian Urged
Tc Insist On
Reparations
LONDON (JTA) Assot is
tion ttf-Porkh-rwrrn Jews in Brit-
ain urged the government to
extend ful! recognition to East
Germany until that regime
agrees t.i pa) compensation to
Jewish victims of Nazism in Po-
land and elsewhere.
[n a letter to the government
the association said that enor-
mous loot was stolen by the
Nazis from Polish Jews. It cited
a letter signed by Gen. Odyl
GlobocnJk, Himmler's represen-
tative in Poland, which reported
that the Nazis collected 97,581
kilograms of gold coins, 20,952
kilograms <>t gold wedding rings
and 20.880 kilograms of gold
wedding rings with diamonds
from Jews in southern Poland
In addition, the general re-
ported that 11.830 kilograms
were extracted from the gold
(illii ol teeth taken from
.i, .' roi .
'.' his i- but one small example
I ,i clue to the total
,n Polish Jews."
said. The association
: East Germany
Bhi .. S500 million
it moral obliga-
i-. |.< ihe victims of Nazism.
IttfAt NOTICE
I
Tickets for all pcrforn cr^es
may be obtained by calling the
Playhouse box office or at any ot
I numerous agencies in the Miami
j area, including all Sears and Jef-
i fcrson stores, Jordan Marsh, tiie
I Downtown Ticket Agency, Miami
Beach Radio on the Lincoln Rd.
! Mall and at all Ticketron loca-
tions.
Racing To Benefit U-M
The beneficiary of Gulfstream's
racing Monday, closing day. will |
i be the University of Miami, with
the feature race named for the in- ;
i stitution. The final race on the
' program will be the traditional
"Auld Lang Syne'' purse, with the
^trains of the nostalgic melody
ignaling the end of Gulfstream's
racing until next year.
LfGAl NOTICl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 73-9769
IN RE;
ADOPTION OK FRANCIS RALPH
OABRECK. 8 k .i FRAN" 18 RAI I'M
UAIlSZEWICZ. i..... JACQl'El VN
OAKRECK i k/a JACQl'El.YN
fiARSZEWICZ
Minors,
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION OF
PETITION FOR ADOPTION
TO: LEONARD F WRECK.
,i,i ii >\'ARD F.
OABSZEWICZ
ISM Jackson sh..i
i mul, mi. New Jersey Itftim
VOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
iimi a Petition ha* been filed In the
above styled Court h> FRANK Ft
CRANDON for the adontlon ol PR VN-
CIS |{.\ I.I'll OABRECK.a FRAN-
CIS KMPH tlARSZEWICZ, ""1 JAC
i in:' V\ 1AHRECK. h l; I JAC
nT'F.t.lNE GABZEVVICZ mlnorB, by
I,,. p. tltioner, FRANK R t'R IN DON.
.in.! vi.II Mi. required I" rvi :.....l'V
..i' pour Answer or (illi.-.-'ions in show
, nuK< why said Pi iltlon should nol he
KXanted, mi the attorney for Pet It Ion -
.i MORTON It FEME'., K*Q H.....
hi |0MI VI-: I'uli Av. mi.. North
Miami ii.a.h. Florid i infl file
Hi., nrlfr'nal In the office of ihe rierh
..i ih.- rii-.nii Ci.ii'i on or h"for ih
in ,l.,v of Mav. V.'-,:\ H you fall '" '1"
-,, luiltrnn in by default will he i..'
nenliiHl you for t li- rellel demanded
In 'in- Comnlalnt.
Thl notice shall he nuhllwhed on-e
eaoh wee* for '..... i.........' week*
in t"k JEWISH Fl ORIPIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
iim.i. Comity, Florida thl* -'" day ol
\pril. IS7S
RICHARD P RRtVKER
Cl< rk. ClreiiH ''......'
By R. M. KtSSEE
1 i.-.iuv Clerk
MORTON I! /KMF.l.
1 Attorney for Petltloni r
I Suite 111
'a; NE. 19th Avenue
North Miami Beach. Florida 331W
4/27 5/4-11-1*
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-4919 J. GWYNN PARKER
h, HE: Entali il
,|AR1E REED,
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person* ,,.'IV-
inK Claims in Demand! Attains! Bald
YOUan hereby notified and required
I,, pre* nt any .laims and demands
Which you may have aualnst the es-
tate of MARIE REED deceased lute
, Dade County, Florida, to the Clr-
euit .ImlBes of Dade County, and file.
the name In duplicate nnd as pro-
vided in Section 7SS.1S. Florida StaA-
..-. In their offloei in the County
Courthouse i" Dade county, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
; lime of the first puhlieatlon hereof, or
I the same will be barred.
Pat..I at Miami. Florida, this IS day
..I April. A.P. 1ST.1
Albert Reed Jr.
| As Administrator
First publication ot this notice on
Ih. ^'ii day of April. 1!'"3.
JERRY A BURNS
UtnriiiN for Administrator
SS (Veal Flatl. r Street
Miami Florid. MW tw_3U,4. _
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 73-2470
In RE: Estate of
ST (NI.EY 1< MORTON
.....'NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn Ml Creditors and All Persons Hay-
In* claims or Demands Against .Said
':y;'!,'':.,.-c hereby ......fled and re-
uir,.d t,. present any t-Ialma ".;
flereaaed ate of Pad. County Florida.
;::;,;;.',';,. .rude., of mom>q;
.,,,,1 ''.. ,).. '. in die.Ii. at.- Ml
nrovlded In Section 73.1. Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the Coun-
;,. c,.,,c..,.M In Dade County. Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
in" time of the first publication here-
of ,,r the sain, will be barn a
11 in,i ai Atlanta, Georgia, 'his w
dav of April. A D 1978.
Kl | is J MORTON
v Executor
first publication of this none
he 27 dav "t Anrll. 19711.
FXVNCE. FINK ft PORMAN
Attorney for the Executor and the
Estate
1502 -..iiL-ress Ituildme
Miami Fla 331S2 ,/4.n.H
oil
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
,he uial. rsir-n. d. tleslrlnn to enw|
.....under the flctlous name of
HOROSCOPE I Ol'NOB at .11 N
.Till (venue Miami. Fla. Intends to
,.,-isi.' said name with the Clerk "f
, circuit Court of Pad. I ounty,
'"'.....'" THF 'v- 1 or NCR
CORPORATION
si.iii, \ I-.'ionson
\ ttornev for aeo'iialit
.1 Mnsh v Building
>"* F,a- MMI -.4-11 .
NOTICE UNHSR FICTITIOUS
NAMF LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
ih.. undersigned desiring to engage In
business und.r the fictitious names rrt
PRINCE ARTHCR APARTMENTS
and VAN CI.EKF APARTMENTS at
90S6-M Oolllns Avenui and M*5 Hani-
Iiik Avenue. Surfslde, Fla. intend to
,...,.,. s-...! callus with the Clerk of
I the Circuit Court of Dade County.
*......" JOHN KRASNOZONY
JERKY WEI YKHOPOI.SKY
NELSON FEI.PMAN. PA.
Attorneys for applicants
utf. Kane Concourse
Miami Beach. Fla. "'/M. ,/#.


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Friday. April 27, 1973
ifGAl NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FO"
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE D VISION
PROBATE NO. 73-1503
Hon. .1. Gwynn Parker
In RE: Estate i i
\ CES HI INTRAOUR SIS I'.
. NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn 111 l'i i All 1'iTh '<
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YJfii nrc l> 1 i .:!!;'
WW( 'i U I I I: llM till
late i FRANCES D \'TRA(1
deceased lilti I'l.lllltJ '
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action for dissoi.u-
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notice of action
construct. \'f service
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in the circuit col st of the
eleventh judic'al circllt
of florida in and for
Dc TE COl i"'
Civil Act.or No. 73-8C73
111 tin
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UGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACT.ON
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO TROPERTYi
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
C'VIL ACTION NO 73-8114
GENERAL JURISDICTION DVlSION
ACTION FOR DISSO' I TICN
OF MARR ACE
IN RE
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN thai
the unili :-m;m. .I. dcsli Inn Ii igi ill
iiusiues* un.ii r tin fl ili>u ami '
UtTHI'R I EE JH vVIIOLESAI R
ni i...:l s \. '.
Miami, Pla. Intend In m
name with Ihe l Ii rk l lh. i rcul
,H ISEPH II Sl'H M'riTBR
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"in 7H4.,CiHGU:r COURT OfTHk
ELEVENTH JUOlCIAt CIRCl II
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADF CO'.intv
P.IOBATE DV.S'ON
PROBATE NO 73-1778
IE Ii of
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NOTICE TO CED'TORS

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEKEK1 GIVEN thai
ili.- undersigned, il. .-iriuc lo engage In
business under Ihe fictitious nan
.ii UN I'limn i"iln.\s ai nun I l5
H i-: huh i i in the I'll) l Hlnl ah,
Florida, Intend* ... i tl r lh. .1
name with the 'lerk i I thi Clrcull
i'<-ut i of I '.i I. i' itinl* PIoi .i.n ili. I- lurlila, llri
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NOTICE f>r
CONSTRUCT' I RVICE
(NO PRCERTYI
the cue it nr Tue
ELEVFNTH Jl DIC'AI C"
OF FLO^'HA I" 'MO I" .R
D'.DF COUNTY.
CIV'L ACTI N NO. 7? 7"!
ACTi' HI'SO' UTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: tl I
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and
RE1MHAB \OCII AR.
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Tl i REIMR VII A'l'H \R
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NEW Yi ink' NEW YORK
Tur ARE HEREHY NOTIFIED
thai nn action for Dissolution of Mar-
ri:iK.- haa ii-i'ii fiii-ii BKalnat you and
>..u lire r*-nuiriil to oerve ;i copy of .
ynur written defennea, If anv lo it
an HUAREZ CARRICARTE, P.A ,
attorney for Petitioner, whoae addrea* .
la I'-'.-'. S W. l-'ir-i Street, Suite No |
01, Miami, Florida, S3180, and f.ie
llir iiriKiiial iih ill.- clerh of ihf
above siyi.il aaart on nr before Mnj
ll. IMS: otharwlae ;i default will hi
entered airainM yon for the relief He-
ni.hi.I. il in ihi- "-m-'lnlni e i...|i|i.m i
This luitk'e mIihII be |ullii-li<- aai'h wi-.-k fir fnue .-..n---........i \n.-l;.-
In THE JEWISH rTjORIDIAN.
WITNE4U my band and th.- s.;.l of
aid court nt Mlii'i', Florida nn thie |
3tl day .f -March. Ifi73.
ItlCHART) P. BRINKBR
A Clerk Circuit Court
Dado County. Florida
P.y It. M. KI88EE
As I>eouty <"l>ik
fCln uit Court Seall
SITAKKZ CAHKICAHTE. P.A.
IT.r. E.W, Klral Si reel. Sull^ S. 201
Miami. Florida 33130
Ait.iin.y for Petitioner
4/r,-13-20-?7
IN THE CIRCUIT COL RT OF THE
ELEVENTH Jl C RCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN' '
DADE C
PRORATt: DIV IN
PRORATE NO ". ''
FRANK 3 DO* LINC
of
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DACE COl.- T\
p :03ate division
PROBATI I
GEORGE U SCHULZ
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NOTICE O^ PFCRATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
lN3 PROPERTNI
IN THE CIRCU'T COUST CF THE
E.EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRC'JIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADF COUNTY.
CIVIL AC- if-N NO. 72
GENERAL JURISDICTION C VISION
ACTION FOR D'SSO'.UTION
OF MA^P'AGE
IN RE Ihi Mn "i
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and
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LtGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-8320
GENERAL JURISD CTlON DIVISION
PETITION FOP ADOPTION
CHANGE OF NAME
IX RE: THE ADOP1 l'''N < IF
Sl'SAX MARIE Ml RPHV.
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OF FLCR!P^ IN and FOR
DADE COUNTY
XTE DIVISION
l-ROBATF. NO 7: 2170
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NOTICE TO CFOITORS
IN THE CIRCU'T COl ^T OF THE
Ei EVENTH JUC CIAI CIRI 'T
OF FLORID/ -N AND FOR
DADE C(. ^TY
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DATED: April I. 1973
RICH VF'D P BRISKER. PU rk
BY: i: M KI8SEE
li.iiuiv i l.-i'k
(Clrcull Courl Si al)
I R-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME l.A'.V
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ISAUIIIZON SCHOOISOFMOHEI.INI]
\NH FASHION, IXC .'.;. Owner
i ly: Ai.i.i..........i ,i:. Pre*
I 20-27 '
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREHY GIVEN that
the underxiciiied, d'-siriiin to engajte In
bualnea* under the fictitious name of
<: & M AnTOMOTIVE SKUVICK ai
M X.W. I'l'ih Street. Miami, Fla. in-
tend to n-Klsi.r said name iih Ihe
Clerk of the cirruit Courl of Dadfl
County. Flurida
\ ni;i-i T:ou."
OSCAR MERCED
______________ 4 J7 S 1-11.-18
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the underslKiK-il. ilcsirlnir to enmuie In
buainera nnder the flctltloua nom nt
CHAIN RECORne .H number in', s K
loth ci.. h, the City of Hlaleah. Flor-
ku, Intend" to register the Bald name
w-iih ihe I'l.rk o' 'lie Clrcull Court
i.i Dude 'iiuiiiy. V irlda.
Dated .-,' ii.'i.'.., .-, piorlda ihia i;ih
day of Amu. |7.1.
CHAIN ENTERPRISES, IXC,
Eutrene I amll<-h
Attorney for Auolieanl
r.L'ii w piairli
Win mi. PI 88133
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
No. 73-2099
In RE: Batata of
-MARY I.EAND
Deeensed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and .Ml Peraonii Hav-
ing Claims or Demand.- Again*! Said
Eatate:
You are hereby notified .ind required
to prexeni any rlaiins ami il.-ni:in.l.
whieh you may have affainal the es-
tate of MARY LEAND deceased late
i.f Dade County, Florida. 10 Ihe Cir-
cuit Judges of Dade County, and file
ihe same In duplicate and as pro-
viii.ii in Section 733 ic. Florida Slat-
ute.. in their offices In ilic- Count]
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or 'he same will he barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 4 dav
of April. VI). 173.
SYLVIA 8HAKKMAN
As Executrix
First pul.Mention of this notice on
the 13th jlay of Anrll. I*3.
GOl DM AN" OOI.DSTEIN &
PACZIER
Samuel Coldstein
Attorney for Sylvia Bhankman
2401 \v. si Flakier Street
4 13-20-27 S 4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
ihe un.ii i'.-1trii. il. deslrlOK in enfcaice In
bualnean uniler th,- flctitloue nnmo* *>i
VE8PA HONDA OF ::'. STREET,
Hii.VnA OF Sfi STREET, and VESPA
HONDA ai SIM XW. 86th Street, Mi-
ami. Kl.'Villa intends to resiater said
name* \. Ith the Clerk of ihe Circuit
i oun ..f i la- County, Florida.
VESPA MIAMI, INC.
SIMON, HAYS ,v c.RCMiW KliC
I Attorneya for Veapa .Miami. Inc.
608 AliiHley i'.uii.iini.'
i Miami. Florida 33132
4/13-20-27 .'. 4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai ;
the undersigned, deeding to engage In i
business under the flctitlnue name ..f
ASSOCIATES IN MEDICINE at 333
Arthur cloilfr.-y Road. In vhe City of I
Miami Beach. Dade County, Florida, !
egia'ei vald i time with the das
Intends ii
clerk of the Clrcull Courl of Dade
County, Florida
DR. LESSER & A8SOI IATES P.A
333 Arthur Oodfri Road
.Miami Reach Florida
Kl'RT UK! LI8CH, Attorm | al l.nw
\i '"in. | f..r
DH I KSSER fi 'SSOi IATES I' h
Suiti 2II0E, IC1 Aim. rh ii..
Coral OaMea. Pli i
4 6-13
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. 73-8553
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
AI'KI.INA SOCtlRRO
and
KAYMI'M*. SOCOHRO
TO: RAYMCNDO SOOORRO
A 388 Altos ,-nlre l.uz y
iiellanlsia. Reparto I^amton
-lavann. Cuba
Y-'|- ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you anil
yon ar. iciiuired to aerve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to II ,.n
David E. Sione. attorney for Peti-
tioner, Whoae address is Hi] NW ll'ili
Avenue, Miami, Piorlda Tel 388-4322,
and file the original with the clerk of
thi above styled court on or Defer.-
May 18, 1973; otherwise a default i l
he entered against you for the r.ll -f
.l.man.led In the complaint or peti-
tion.
This notice shall be published once
ach .ek for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIA.V
WITNESS my hand and the Beal of
ourt at Miami. Florida nn this D
I April. I!.:::
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. I 'Ircu'l I '..in '
I lade Count) Florida
By c p c< 'l'Ki.AXn
Ai Deouty ('l.ik
fl Ircllll Courl S.-all
STI INE K B< 1ST! 'IHN 1' \
'"l v \v isth Avenue
.Miami Florida.
Attorney for Petitioner
-I 13-20-21 :. 4
ihe time
l. Kami will I I.n
III ilit;
; \i.i i a i. :
HAWAII VV. COl DSTEIN
A- Em eui i
i pul llentioi
day of A|
1 .' 'i .'. '. .'man,
lllys
Attorm \ for Exi i uti \ c-i.ii.-
Kin si.-, i inde I". .1. rol Bull I
mi Baal Flagli r Street
Miami, l-la (377-0268)
4-13-2H-27 I
NOTICE OF action
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
OADE C"i"MT,v.
CIVIL ACTION
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASF NO. 73-9421
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
DOLORES SBOURA SALCEDO, Wife
and
HERNANDO SALCEDO, Husband,
TO: HERNANDO SAU EDO
Avenlda Jimenez !i09
Hi I'll iTA. COl i i.n MIA
You, HERNANDO SAIiCEDO, are
I hereby notified thai an action for DIs-
| solution of Marriage hus been filed
against you, and you are required lo
' serve a copy of your written defenses
if any, to It on the Petitioner's attcr-
ney. SIDNEY BFRONSON, fil2 \ins-
le- Building. Miami. Florida 83132 ami
file the original with the Clerk of
ihe Circuit Court on or before the >!
day of May. 1973: otherwise a default
will he entered against you for the re-
lief demanded in the complaint or
petition.
This nolle? shall he published one-
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLiiKIIHAN
-222 AND ORDERED at'Miami,
rlorida, this 1, day of Anril AD. 1973
RICHARD P. BRINKER. Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
By: LEONARD J. RECIO
Deouty cierk
SIDNEY BFRONSON
811 Alnslev Building
.Miami. Florida 331.12
Attorney for Petitioner
__________ /20-27 5 4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN lhat
le undersigned, desiring to engag'
NOTICE OF CTION
CONSTPl CI l/ICE
(NO PROPERTYl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
E L E n
CF FLORI I FOR
DACE-" i.C i NTY
CIVIL ACTION 1179
GENERAL JL I DIV '-IOIM
COMPI l
'. ijh ki:i'' IIH
h; 0 11 TER IMII ,
I"..
Klv HOrZHAl' i
l.liu IN DEMERIT"! K
D. felidants.
TO: .Mt Mark Hotel iuw n
i Id si.i.-in i : i ..i ,, i
YOI' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
ihai n i'. Ml PLAINT i I-- filed
-i you ami you nil renulrcd i"
-. r\. a copy "f \ .-ii ensi s.
if any. lo it ..n David K Stoi >, attor-
ney for Plaintiff, whose nddress is
i"l N.W. 12th Avenue, Miami, FI,
:'.:iil's. and file the orKlnal with the
clerk >.f lh.- above styled court on or
l.efore May 24. 1!'"3; otherwise a de-
fault ill I..- entered agalnsl you for
the relief demanded In the complaint
or petition.
This notice shall 1>. i.uhli-lied once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
..f said court al Miami. Florida on lllis
13 day of Anrll. 1978
RICHARD P. BRINKER.
As Clerk. Circuit Ci.n-t
Dade County, Florida
By B .1 POT
As Deputy Ck rk
(Clrcull Coun Beal)
David E. Stone, Esquire
t"l N.W. 12th Avenu.
Miami. FI. 3:I12 (358-4222)
Attorney for Plaintiff
4/20-37 5/4-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-?3?3
GEORGE E. SCHULZ
In RE: Estate of
FLORENCE TANXENBAUM
deceased.
NOTIC"1 TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are herehv notified and required
lo present any claims and demands
which you mn\ b-..v#- sgatnsl H s-
tftti ..f FLORENCE TANNENBAt*M
il'..as..l late of Hade County, Flor-
id.1 to the Circuit Judges of Made
County, anil file th, same in dunlicnto
and us Provided in Section 7:1.1.16.
Florida Statutes in iholr offices In
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six .:.',-ml:. months
huslness under Ihe hrlltlousTnam. f ff-""a"-"""> fnVndar months
Bi ectro siuvs ,, -.-- v '"-;;' """ "" ,i'1" '" 'he first publication
Street, Miami Fin. 3.1M7 Intends1 te ,'",'". '" .'!'" """" Vl" '"' ""^<,
ELECTRO NEON SKIN COMPANY
INC,
I.' ..iiard .1 Knllah
Mtornei for 1.....Meant
Suite l'ih. 1088 S IV M Street
Miami, Fla
4.^0-27 5/4-11
As Executrix
Fii 1 nuhl'i iti. -i u,jh
the :'n ii iv ,.f Anrll,
Harry ZuVernich
Attorney for Executrix
'"" I ni",.In l(,.',.|
Miami Beach, Fin. 83138
I 80-2
notice on
b/4-11
^
i rfBBW.


Friday, April 27, 1973
fJmfst) Fk>rad!i3iin
Page 15-3
IfCAl NOTICt
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONTHUCiIVfc Sf-riVICE
(NO PROPERTY!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOH
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73 9836
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN KK:
MARTA C. Pltdlll.ls
M
dabio P, Pimm as
Til: DAHIO F. I'll" HI IAS
Unit- I '>il,m>n ii
'you akk iii:i:i:i:v m.tifii:i>
that tin nation t"i |ii.-.-luiii.n i.f Mur-
riuire ha* been ii.'I iik.i'm-i >'!! -ui'l
|Uil> vtiur w t.-n cl. i. n~. -. 11 ;im t<> i. ..ir
AIIK K'iSS. nil.'in. v I..i I I i.....i.
11 eH i N '\ "i' v- .
Miami. I'lorhhi. ninl fill- ill.' i.iiuiiiiil
with tl clerk ( 11..- :11 \.- >iyi. 'I
court mi or l><-i'..i. Alnv ---'li li'T":
otter* a ief.iult u i:i !.....
nxalnst y.iu for il
In th.- -. nn.luini
TIiIh nolloe liitII In
eaifi '.- h fur I..in
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is IIKKKIIY UIVKN thai
ih. uii.l. i'mkii.'.i. dr Hiring in niTBKC
in liu.sin.ss un.liv the ficlltinuH n:-im.-
of UAII.S PPHOI.8TKHY ill I
AW. 'Mi Htrei-t, Mluml, Fin. intend*
... I Ul.-li-r "Hill II.illl. \1 Itll III. I '!. I I,
u( iin i iivuit t nun .it DihIi Counlv,
Klnriiln.
i:.\ri. li Ft iRTKS
I JT .'. 1-11-|v
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO. 73-9897
NOTICE BY PudlICATION
i.\ in-:, tub MA It Hi u;i: i if
.HIIIN il I'AXIKI..
r. iHluni-r,
\s.
I.VXKI.I. iiamki..
II.-in.nil. hi
vul' i.jn.ii n......i. ma i \\ iinii. in.
rrllef .1. in.iinl. il II..mi..i, Tcxiih AIIK HKIIKIIV No.
uii.'ii i IFIKI i Tl' l-'ll K i "in "i ii ten i.
pul.li' In .1 "in'*' MM>n>.- li. this ;ii-n'..n |..|- (llfoinluiloil of
n-., mil. u.il.s inai'i 'Ihiti With 111- I'l.-rl. i.f (In- lllii.va
i
in tiii; Jewish i-'i i 'hum w
WITN l.'SS my hsil..l ami II"
nald court at Miami. l-'l..iiila .-n ihi-
II dR) April. I7:;
R. I\ IIIHNKKti
A* Clerk. fin-nil <'ani
Paile Couiiiy. I'L.i i.i.i
By \. A IIKU l-'.TT
As Kiniiiv i ,iik
(('ii-.-lli' COUM Sl-nll
ABB K" ss
mi \.\v i-ih a,"
Miami. Florida S.'.s i:'--
Attorm", mi Pi-liii'.ii.r
I 7 :. Ill -is
' 'illl I. aial HOI v. a CO|l> Upon I', li-
:.l i.f li......'h Ah..in.\-. VO.N ZAAII-'T a
SMITH. Suii. 4K. li" S..IIH1 Dixi
HlKhwity, Cin.ii ; .i.i.-. Florida 3.11 IK,
ii nr I., f..... iin- I iln> nf .linn- IMS,
i-1st- ill.' Politlon for Hiss..luii......i
Aliiriliiin \,ill li. i ,1.. i as ,'.,iii,--,..|
LiATEll: April S3, l7a
mrii vim p uuixKF.ii
III I: u KISSKK
I .pill i I III I.
n'iivuii ,.iin genii
4 Si ". I -1 I Is
i-
)N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOIC'AL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 73-4806
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In Rr Thi Petition of:
MARTIN RRBNK'K in.l
SHIRLEY HESNIi'K
TO: DANIBL C. I i:w IS. II!
r/n POP'S ti:x Sill P
(3(0 AlUnia IIIkIiwii.1i
Atli-im. O.oiL-ia ".ni'.nt
YOU ABB HEItl'.ltV M Tll-'ll'.l'
that a T'.iliion for Adnpilon lia- Ix-eii
filed, and you are n your unnr or other ni....i in ih<
Petition'Ts Attorney. I.KSTKI! I!'"!-
ERS. ESQ., M.->4 X W. ITlli Annu.
Miami. Florid*, ami lil. ilie oriKiiinl
in Hie mflie of the I'lerk of il i'ii-
i-uit Court on or li. for. s day of
May. !!".".. If you fail In '! -" adop-
tion will be irranled.
DATED al Al'-illli I lad., ("-loily.
Florida lhia 2 din ..I Anril. ;.;
IPCHARn P UltlXKKIt
Clerk. Cir.....i i on"
Pa.: C P. Ui.PKI A\|i
l)>'PUt> Clerk
4,0-13-20.27
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCllll
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
No. 78-1365 (P.!.--<>
IE:
., '.Mil' AVSHIP CP
HONALd CARL. im.M iAKKXKi :
a .Minor.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: CARL BONDAKKXKii.
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY.
8r66-Cl ON NOuDV 1IAI0
GENERAL JURISTCTION D'""ilON
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IX HE: THE M VIIIIIAliK 'F
MARILYN P.I.ISS.
M if.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-2271
FrtANK B. DOWLING
in HE: Ksiiiie .-I
MARY AOXES MITCIIE1 I., a I. ii
MA in A MITCHELL
ill .'.as,-.I.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All lY. .In..is and All IVim.iis II n-
in I'laiin- ..I- Demand* AkuIiikI 8ul Ksiai.-:
Viiii ui'l. hereby notified and required
to in.-s.ni ,in\ rlainis and dt-inainls
ihleli urn may hnvi luniluvl Hie .s-
tHte "i Alan Ami.-s Mitchell, u/k/n
Ai.n A. Milclii-ll il.-.. ......I late of
Daile Count) Flnrida. lo llu- Circuit
.IuiIki-h of Dade County, and file Ihi
Hume in diii.ii. .ii.. and u pro* Idi d
in Seetlnn T:.; IH, Flnrida HllllUIes, in
Hi.ii ..I'liiis in ,li. County CnUrthnUHe
in Dude County, Klnrldu, within six
lulciitlar iiionilis tiMin ih. lini. ..| ih.-
nisi publication hereof, nr the Hitme
ii ill be barred.
Filed al Miami, Florida, till* 23rd
da) nf April, A l>. !!; .
TlluAIAS IL HPE.XCEU. JH
As i:\i-. iiioi-
l-'ii-i puhllenlion of iliis notice ou
Ihe 27 dnj of tprll, l73.
Ed\\ in Al Cin-I.lll I!
Al>.-is, Kaplan. Porter, l.cvlncoii ,v
K. niii
\i lurin i r.-r Exi culnr
' T'li Fl.....-. 142* llrlckell Avenue
Miami. Florida 33131
I 27 '. I-11-is
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIEREIIY I1IVEN that
tin- uii.l. ; sil a. il. ileail'lliK ... < nv.u. i"
III) Under llle flellllnlln l::. Hi. ...
PAN .U.IERICAN SERVICES al 1127
s \\: isi Street, Miami, Fin i.....ml- In
rcKlHI el s:,i,| nilltli Illl 11" i '' "I
Itll Cir. II.I Court "I I kill* "UP11
Florida.
I'AI'.I I l I'M i
4 L'T ". I 11 I x
Obituaries
WONSOFF. l:.s Til. of Mil. Cord..a
OILMAN. Illlili-. >:>. ..I All'. N. am in.
H0CH3ERG. .la ..I.. ::. ..I Mil.
Levitt.
LATER. Samuel. 7.:. of HiiIIiiiiiIiiI".
Levitt
ROBBINS. I.ouis. t!2, of Mluml. I'.u- i-
sidi-. Inter.....in Slar of I i.ii id.
SELTZER. Abraham, 1, l^ll .Inn.-
Aw.. MIL Kiv. i- id.
STERN. Ethel, 83, 923 SOth SI MO
Klai In i it Intel melil Ml. Xelio.
TANNENBEUM. l-'lor. n. 251 NE
|v7i|, St. Rlvi ilde.
WARD, .losi-nh T., ".4. 2B3H SW 2th
Place, (lordoii. Interment .in Siiutl
baritz. Morrl8, r. ol Mil. N'euiniin.
COHN. Liiivld, '-. of llii.i Harbor
l-lamls. IMi .-i-snl.
EBER. Milton, ";. ol lliiilenh, River-
Hide. Inli i in. ni Slar id I >ni i.i
EISNER. Ik 11 ha. T". of XAIC. Rlver-
i.l.
i.l SlO'lsid.
GOLDSTAUB. Molly,
KlVi'lflldc.
PHILLIPS. Ml i.i. ". 7JMI3 E. Dr., S
Ray VllliiKe cia-i.. ra
SHEAR, .la. "I.. 72. of MIL Itivvr Id*
STEIN. ("Illin, SB, oi MIL X.-v. man.
THOMPSON, i:..--. "f Hnllyu.....I,
Lavlit.
triCHTER, I onis IL, '.-. of Mirnnuir.
dnrdnii
WEISSMAN. Harry, *, I'd NE inl
Si i;..i.l.hi. Iiiii-iiu. nl Ml \'< ho
ASKINAS. Sam V\' 71. ::"" Pa) View
in-. KMII Unrdnll.
ul
.ISS,
.11*1 IIS I..
IIUsll.'Ulll.
Tl : .III US L. Ill ISS
. n I..'.miiiK Tower V ah a
K3IHI W.-i Toull)
VII.s. Illinois
Vnr ARE HERBIIY KttTIF'.'-'Il
Unit .m action for IUhhoIuIIoii ..i Alar
rltiKe in.s been filed ngnliml you and
>..ii are r. .iiiii".-I lo s, I-,.....,.... |.f
your written del*, uses, if tiny, to it
on Frederick IL KpleKel, attorney
for Petitioner, whom oddrew is ml
Knrlhwest 11:11 Avenue, Miami. Flor-
i.la 33ISS, .in.l fil. ill. ol-ii.-inal with l!"
clerk of ih.- above siyl.d court mi or
hefor. Jlini I. 1"?::: otherwise a de-
fault Mill in- entered ai'aiiiHt you fur
Ihe relief demanded in the romplnliil
nr lletitloll,
Thin i -a..... aimII he nub' hed .....
......b \.. I. for '.ii. eon ei'llllvi weekf
in THE JEWISH Fl ORIDI \N
ii irxi'ss mv hand mid Ihe nenl of
said court ai Aliami. Flnrida "li iin- :l
in ..r April. I!'7.1
l.'i, imr.l Ri Inker
As Clerk. ClreuU Court
|. .a '., ... '" i
By X A IIKW ETT
v |)|.put) l ra
ii 'ircull '"in i S. al i
YiiC ABB
BBKEin NiiTIFIEH FRFDERH K II SPIF ,EI
that a petition has In-.-n lil.
BADYB PBDIH nd \i 'K l'i:i'
the npoiirtment oi s \ i a :: i'l! is
M auarilian of thi
*rty of RONAI D f\':i. I'."XI .'':
i:\ki i. a Minor: and mi > '
i equln 4 to tm .....) "i v1
KWer m ,.1,j.-.-i i..ii- -sin "i
Ia-it.-rs. ol Quardlai..... "-
tloner, or ahow cau i>'
In.n RfaoUla not hi "ii H"
attorney for Ih* p. i ii..... I m il
K KRl'MBLE, 3.1K I i.. n !.' ad. .Mi-
ami II...li. Florida. i'.- H"
14 dav ol .May. 1973.
inai willi tb. ClerK : lb
either beror* aorvli i i
attorney or Immeiiiin. '-. h
othem I a d. rauli "' ''
au-ainsi vou.
WITNESS, my b
of ihi- Court, this
1978,
RICHARD P
Cli ik of I *i C ""-I
B) ORNE1 "s
Deputi

IN THE CIRCUIT C.^i ; THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
in an" for
DADE COUNTY. FLO"
GENERAL JUBlSP'CTIOM o '.
CASE NO. 73-8733
NOTICE Of 'HOPTION
IN KK: ADOPTION OF
Ail\. IR CHI I H HY
i:i;i IROE CARSON Si'
TO Bltl'NO V I. -
\"I'1H INT l'i;i\ i
I \s "v ': 1/ '
VI, 1' MM-: H4BRKIK \i-T!4-'l
thai !"' '"'
filed Mi need
and you i "I '" d
..I your ". ii.....
ii a.i.i. i.l""
toiiii-v for I'l'ii- "
i Intldn M I'
ida. Ul file
li rl : th" '
B default will be i
for the i
tion .....
ThlB n. '".' slia'l I........
.a.'li in-. for foil"......
in THE .1 'U ISM I......-
WITNESS on i"> "'
of Maid i llrl Bl M
thli 11 da> .-f Anril. i
RICHARD PI
.- ii.' i .......
Cnni >
I.i i' P. riifi.'' A Nl' I"
ROBERT R. WHITE
Ailornev for TVt'" ii
Illl nl liulldinr
.Miami. Florida Jitsi
I VnrtbM i I 1 -. ue
ii ... Flnrl.l ""'"
\ 11... in fi r 1'. ii.......'
I -7 ". I.l 1 -IS
NOTICE OP ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SEf'.VlCE
(NO PROPERTY.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Or THE
ELI'VENTH ,'UDICIAI. CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND TOR
II'VUE COUNTY.
r.lV'L A^TICN NO. 73-R'':
GENERA'- JURISDICTION D'-'ISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF M A RP. I A '
IK RE Mm i'l
i i' i> Mill WINFiEl I SEITHER.
.11.
Iin
i: i ; si
Wlfa
|1i liiam ii" S.
i;."i li
YiC ARE HEREIN
Ihnl an for I ul
'
. ,, nri lUii I i '
ui in
lit A Pl'ZF.X
..... ndi
ii.. Sll "mi, 'i

I you
ili-ina-ali-d
........": '.
in
V i- '
" ;
:.,. h\i:ii keh
-
i. i'
in i:
I
"
IN THE CI1CUI1 COURT O^
ELEV iNTH IUI I CIRCOIl
IN AMI I
niOE COUM V. r
OENE'-tAL JUTISD TION
No 1 ,
NOTICE BY PUBLIC ST
' i I Tl
-
H ISKPII HEH Mil.....VIE
- ,i
Tl i- II If) PI I OERAliD 'l IVI
|l
vor ai.
IVI it Inn fi
|,s ..... fill d nil
are I
if v ill wer i
ih.- Pi
' i: id iriEPS.

IN THE 1ITH CIRCUIT COURT
OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NO. 73-9703
CENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
I V KK: Tin man i m. ol
SIXT' PKRKZ. llu.-l.and.
.....I
I n 'l!is c PEREZ, Mil.
Vof, I a HtlH : PKIIKE. ri nidi are
unknown, nr. required In fib- yout an-
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Dated: April So. If73
Richard P Itrlnker
Clerk. Cir.-iiii i'.-uii
111 It. M. KISSl'.i:
DeputA Clerk
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NOTICE OF ACTIOr
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTYI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. N AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-175P
CENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR D'aSILUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN KK:
I VAIES EDM MtU ItEED.
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Services Friday
For Mrs, Schwartz
A seven-day romance ended
Wednesday after 35 years of
marital b!i*s when Sandra Rose
SthwaiU. .">7. of 1809 Brickell
A\i'.. pas-cd away.
Mrs. Schwartz came here 36
years ago from Brooklyn, N'.Y..
and IH- has been Ivr home
ever since. She and her hus-
band, Ilai'i'. met at the old
YMHA. and announced their en-
gagement ai Arthur Chlldera
Royal Palm June in. 1938.
The following dav they eloped
in Kufi Lauderdale. where they
n ere married by Justice of the
Peace Boyd Anderson. The cou-
il" repeated their vows before
Pabbi Abraham Keliner June
23, 19X8.
\ member of Beth Kodcsh
Pynagogue. Mrs. Schwartz had
(..'en active in i h lanthropic and
ii aiiir.ii i> affairs for many
i c ars.
In add'tlon to her husband,
Mrs, f hv iitz i. survived by
i .., .,,,.. Doui i- ol M ami an I
II i' if Vtlanta. Oa : two
,: hi ni- rs. Mi-. Rob 'i !a P
(i c ind, '"ii '. and
Mrs. Lorraine Viw' <>i AK van
. \ ...: h< r brother, Dennis
It ,'ilr'ii. nl \t:nta and five
liildi i Diana an l
i rot .i ,. Micha I and
la Schwartz and Jeffrey
D: v"
Si : lb- held "'
I pni in Gordon Funeral
h ui n nl in Ih
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ily n quo.! that don in
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Services Held For
Henrietta Jonas.. 73
Henrietta Jonas. Hadassa
"Woman of Valor." in 1968 died
Sunday of cancer at Mount Sinai
Hospital. She was 7.1
Mrs. Jonas, of 5 Miami Beach, was ;i resident for
almost 40 years. She was active in
Jewish and non-sectarian philan-
thropies all her life.
Mrs. Jonas organized and pre-
sided over four Hadassah groups:
the Stephen S. Wise, Eddie Ct
Brandeis and Henrietta Szold
I groups. She also served as chapte
i re dent during 1961.
An active member of the Wom-
an's Auxiliary ol Mount Sinai Hos-
pital, she aided the Eye Bank, be-
i longed to the Friendship Club and
served the Jewish Home for the
Aged.
Mrs. Jonas i< survived by her
husband. Fred; two sons. Dr. Stan-
I > .lou.is and U> al Flagg Jofias
and eighl grandchildren.
The family requests thai (luna-
tions he made to the American,
Cancer Society In lieu of flowers
Services were held at Riverside
Memorial Chape!. Alton Rd.
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Good Taste is First at Food Fair
A MEAT VARIETY OF FINE FOODS AT REASONABLE PtICESI

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