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The Jewish Floridian
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
August 20, 1971

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
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Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Preceded by:
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Preceded by:
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Succeeded by:
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T ^Jewish Floridliiaiti
Volume 44 Number 34
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
_ Miami, Florida Friday. Aug. 20, 1971
Price 20 c
TO NIXO!S>S 1SEW ECONOMIC POLICY
Israeli Economists' Reaction Is Mixed
JKRUSALEM (JTA> Is-
ITaeli economist! who have long
Idemanded devaluation of the Is-
r.ieli found renewed that pro-
toosal with added emphasis after
consideration of President Nix-
on's announcement of sweeping
[changes in United States wage,
price and international trade
| policies.
Professor* Chaim Barkai and
[Michael Miehaeli of the Hebrew
University were among experts
1 Queried by newsmen seeking in-
I formation on possible effects of
[the new United States policy on
| Israel's economy, particularly
Its international trade. Prof Bar-
|kai head of the university's eco-
nomics department, and Prof.
i Michael';, social sciences dean
and an expert on international
11,000 New Settlers
JERUSALEM Iport by the Jewish Agencv indi-
cates that 21.000 new wttlers
to Israel during the first
six months of this war. Immi-
gration from the United Stal s,
the Soviet Union, Canada Uld
East Europe was reported to
h ive been larger than officials
had expected, while immigra-
tion from Western Europe and
V.'rica was smaller than had
n anticipated
policies, both said that the Is-
raeli ixjund should have devalu-
ed long ago. They said Israel
should not react only by adjust-
ment to the new dollar-gold
rate but instead should "take
the opportunity for courageous
and decisive action" by devalua-
tion, which would have at least
a temporary effect of lowering
Israels prices on exported prod-
ucts relative to exports of other
countries.
As an example of merely ad-
justing, they cited Israel's act
of devaluating of the pound three
years abo to its present 3^ to
the dollar when it followed the
ix>und sterling and other Euro-
pean currencies in a 12% devalu-
ation. The two experts also
urged imposition of wage and
price controls, linked to the pro-
posed devaluation, so that the
value of the devaluation would
not lie lost. Most observers here,
however, expressed doubts that
the government would follow
the advice.
Finance Minister Pinhas Sapir,
a strong foe of devaluation, is
on record as believing that in an
economy in which unions and
trade groups are as strong as
they are in Israel, devaluation
would be quickly nullified in ef-
fect by wage and price inflation.
News Briefs
Mitchell Asked To Investigate
NEW YORK (JTAi The Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations called upon VS. Attorney General John Mitchell to
onvene a federal grand jury to iuveslii;aU:.>Jie unsolved deaths of
four Kent State University students in May, 1970. The UAHC. which
represents Reform synagogues in the United States and Canada,
urged the Attorney General to begin an immediate probe on the
basis of allegations that the death of the four students resulted
from a "conspiracy" by the Ohio National Guard to "punish"
campus agitators. A 226 page document of the Kent State case,
investigated by the Department of Law, Justice and Community
Relations of the United Methodist Board of Christian Social Con-
cern, alleged that a group of guardsmen determined 10 minutes
before the Kent State incident to shoot at student demonstrators.
The four students who were killed were Jewish.
Visiting Arabs Top 100,000 Mark
TEL AVIV (JTA) The number of nationals from Arab coun-
tries coming to occupied ana and Israel proper under Israel's
summer visits program has topi>ed the 100,000 mark, officials re-
port. Almost all of the Arabs visited their relatives in the West
Bank and the Gaza Strip and went on to tour Israel, the officials
said. The summer program has passed its peak and some 30.000
Arabs have already returned to their homes in various Arab
countries.
E. Germany Interested In Relations
COPENHAGEN (WNSi Vigo Karpman, Denmark's Prime
Minister from 1960-62. who is chairman of the Denmark-German
Democratic Republic Friendship Association and well-known for
his friendship towards Israel, reports that East German political
figures have expressed interest in establishing diplomatic ties with
Israel. Mr. Karpman said East German officials have suggested
tii it such relations would be possible after the Soviet Union and
Israel have reestablish.^ diplomatic ties. East Germany and Israel
have never had diplomatic or economic ties.
Chinese Deny Contacts With Israelis
LONDON (WNS) The Peking official newspaper, People*
Daily, has denied that contacts have taken place in Paris between
Chines,' and Israeli representative-, with a view towards establishing
matte relations. The newspaper characterized reports that
tese dlptonwts had me1 with Eli Ben-Gal, a representative of
toe Israeli Mapam party, as lies deUberateb, imbricated to confuse
Kc opinion."
But other experts pointed out
that Israel's money managers
plan to keep the pound steady
relative to the dollar, which
means that the Israeli pound will
in fact be devalued in relation to
the West German mark and
other strong or gold-based cur-
rencies.
In an examination of the im-
dr pact of one specific trade meas-
ure in the new Nixon program
the impossition of a 10% im-
port surcharge -- the experts
indicated little harm to Israel's
economy. Israel's sales to the
American market constitute
20% of its total annual exports.
Diamonds, Israel's number one
export item, may be affected by
ft ft ft
the surcharge. Other Israeli ex-
ports to the United States in-
clude such specialty items as
wines, bathing suits, fashions
and textiles. All of these, the
authorities said, are purchased
by Americans because of their
origin or design. Short of a se-
ConHnued on Page 13-A
ft ft ft
U. S. Experts Think Nixon
Policy Unlikely to Affect Israel
WASHINGTON (JTA) Eco-
nomic experts, both here and in
New York, said it is too early to
judge the impact of President
Nixon's announcement that the
United States would introduce
a 10r; surcharge on most im-
ports on Israel. A poll of official
American sources, however, dis-
closed that the over-all effect on
Israeli-American economic rela-
tions is not likely to be great.
Israel's exports to the United
States in 1970 totaled $149.6
million. This year the rate has
been somewhat higher$81 mil-
lion in the first six months.
Based on last year's trade level,
the tariff charge under the new
program would amount to some
$15 million, since few imports
from Israel appear on the list of
exemptions announced by Treas-
ury Secretary John B. C'onnally.
Israel will not be affected by
the cutback in the foreign as-
sistance program, since she has
not received this kind of aid for
the past 10 years. Economic aid
in the form of commodity cred-
its are not believed affected by
the new controls, since they are
not under the jurisdiction of the
Agency for International Devel-
opment (AID). Israel received
$50 million in commodity credits
and $30 million in credit from
the Export-Import Bank during
fiscal 1970.
Capital that Israel obtains
from the United States through
the sale of Israel Bonds and
other fund-raising campaigns
sponsored by American citizens
appear definitely outside Mr.
Nixon's control program.
Since the freeze blocks any
increase in price to the consum-
er, it is not yet known who will
shoulder the new coststhe Is-
raeli exporter or the American
importer or both. Neither the
American surcharge nor the Is-
raeli measure put into effect a
year ago are intended to raise
revenue, it was pointed out. but
are aimed an effecting an equi-
librium in the balance of pay-
ments. Both are seen as tempo-
rary measures.
Deadline Comes And
Goes Without Incident
JERUSALEM (JTA) One
of the strangest trial balloons of
Egyptian diplomacy a warning
that President Anwar Sadat had
set Sunday, Aug. 15, as the "final
date" for settling the Egyptian-
Israeli deadlock--was deflated
when the day came to an end
without incident.
The report, which appeared in
the authoritative Cairo news-
paper Al Ahrain, was written by
its editor, Mohammed Husanein
Ileykal, a confidant of both
President Sadat and the late
President Nasser. It gave no in-
dication of what action might
be used in order U> carry out
the threat.
The report said President Sa-
dat had conveyed the deadline
date to President Nixon, but the
White House and State Depart-
ment denied receiving word of
such an ultimatum. Presidential
press secretary Ronald Ziegler
declared the President had not
received a letter from the Egyp-
tian president; the statement
issued by State Department
Sfxikesman Robert McCloskey
said no communication had stip-
ulated '"anything like" the pur-
ported deadline.
One highly placed Israeli ob-
server point I'd out that Assist-
ant .Secretary p/. State Joseph..
Siseo had not informed his Is-
raeli hosts of any such develop-
ment when he was in Israel two
weeks ago; reliable sources said
Israel has chosen to believe the
State Department version over
that of AI Ahram.
Although the Cabinet report-
edly did not take the "deadline"
seriously, the situation was dis-
cussed at the regular meeting
Sunday. Foreign Minister Abba
Eban is said to have told the
session that Egypt has been con-
Continued on Page 10-A
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Jewish Youths See Need
For Change In Community
CHICAGO (WNS) A sur-
vey of Jewish college students
throughout the country conduct-
ed by the Chicago Chapter of the
American Jewish Committee
bowed that while most Jewish
students identify with Judaism.
the great majority feel the need
for a change in Jewish communal
life if Jewish youth were to be
encouraged to participate.
Some GOO students responded
to th" 1.000 questionaires sent
to students on campuses ooast-
to-coast; 9391 responded affirm-
atively on the subject of Jewish
identity, but only 5494 felt some-
thing should be done to encour-
age greater participation with
the religious community. A little
better than 809c felt there was
a need for more basic Jewish
education: 50Cc believed that
Jewish education should begin
at the pro-school level
Students commented: "As
schools are constructed now, they
create apathetic Jews" .
"Make Sunday Schools progres-
and experimental" ... "in-
clude what is happening today"
. "more sociological informa-
tion on Jews in America should
be available" "more com-
parative religion and basic hu-
manity, more history and heri-
tage is desirable."
A total of 4SCr of the stu-
dents attended religious services
on holidays only 19rf attend reg-
ularly, M>'' go occasionally and
17'; never attend. At least
felt that something should be
done to encourage greater \>n--
(Contimicd on Page 9-A)


Page 2-A
*Jenisl> Fhridiain
fnday. Aug. 20. i97l
Dr. Kronish Local Delegate
To CJWF General Assembly
Kabbi LHin Kronish, spiritual
I i-i' if Temple Brtti Sholom, has
been JcsJsnated by thr Greatci
DR. ICON KKOHISH
Miami Jewish
01 din ctors ns
Reprc* rotative
oral Assembly
Federation's boa ti
the 1971 Rabbinical
io the annual Gen-
of th<' Cwncil of
Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds, according to an announc -
ii.ni made by Milton Weiss, Fed
ittoi pros 'nt, R il a Kronish
ill n pre* nl the I Sre ii r Miami
Jewish commitnitj i the Novem-
beh CJFWF meeting in Plttsburg
"The Grctrl n M ami Jew i^'i K (-
eration is honored, and I feel per-
sonal!} privil ;ed in making publi<
Ratobi Krorish*s appointment, foi
his wofh :ui(i efforts on beha'f of1
the Jewish p "ople in Miami, in |
Israel and throughout the world
has been one of sacrifice, l >vo and
dSca .mil'' Mr. Weh said.
Rah Kroi ish, >< ate i am-
p dgn chuuman ol the 1971 C m-
bined Jew i A; p al-Israel E
i-iicy Fund, i-- the immedial pasl
pn -i.|. nt of the Alumn! .v- ic
..i t-h. Hol ". I'nion Coll : -.i i
National Hebrew
ISRAEL. GIFT CENTER INC.
BAR MITZVAH SETS
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REPHUN'S HEBREW
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HAS EVERYTHING FOR
Synagogues, Hebrew Schools
and Jewish Homes. Free Gift
with Every Bar Mitzvah Outfit
417 Washington Ave. 672-7077
Ish Institute of Religion, and has
terved on it< hoird of governors
incc 1945. He i* national chalmian
oi the board of the American Is-
rael Histadrul Foundation and a
ational vice president of the
American Jewssil Congress.
Rah')i Kronish, who has also
rved on th.- executive board of
the Central Conference of Amer-
ican Rabbis and tlio National Com-
mission on Education, is a past
president of the Rabbinical Asso-
ciation of Greater Miami, and im-
mediate past chaimvin of the
Greater Miami Israel Bond Com-
mittec. Hi' := presently state chair-
man of the Israel Tourist Council
of Florida.
Registration In Progress
7{<"ristr ition for Hebrew and
Sunday School is now in progress
at Temple Tifereth Israel. 6500 N*.
Miami Ave. Those interest Berger Appointed
To Regional Board
Miami attorney Steven R Berjtet
has been appointed to membei ship
on the Florida Regional Bo
the Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'wth, according to an an-
Roancemerrt made by board chair-
man William M. Alper.
Mr. Berger, an associate in the
law firm of William R. DaWes, has
been an active member of the
Florida Bar Association; he was
recently appointed to the FBA's
Special ('rime Prevention and con-
trol Committee and its Education
Against Communism Committee.
A member of the National Com-
mittee, Mr, Berger has been ac-
tive in various Republican pollti-
e d campaigns in Alabama and
Florida. Ho is a graduate of the
University of Alabama, where he
served on the editorial Iwtrd of
the "Alabama Law Review."
As a member of (be ADL hoard,
Mr. Bcrfior will serve on its Dis-
criminations Committee.
Kiwanis To Hear Rabbi
Rabbi Mayer Abramowite will
speak on the "Plight of Soviet
contact the temple office from I Jewry" at the Wednesday, Sept. 1.
9-3 p.m. A competent professional meeting of th
si II will provide instruction and
! isscs from kindergarten through
Bar Mitzvah and Confirmation.
Rabbi Maurice Klein is in charge
nl the religious school.
Southwest Kiwanis
Club to be held at 12:15 p.m. in
the Chateaubleou, lilt Ponce dr
Leon. Coral Gables. Rabbi Abr.mi-
owita is the national director of
Concerned Citizens for Soviet
Jewry.
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Fiiday. Aug. 20, 1971
vJenisii ftwSdiiiain
Page 3-A
E. Albert Pallot To Serve 10th
Beautification Committee Term
Bank president, attorney and
leader K. Albert Pallot has
\;-u reflected to serve a< chair-
of Miami's B 'autiflcat in
( i tittee for a II th tofm.
in will be n
icpand .1 in 1972," Mr. Pallot
i i the fi:st executive
., ei ting. "We will lie more
ncd now with conserving our
il resources, the preserva-
j m pi environment against pollu-
ind urban planning lor the
a, \- quarter of a century. Our
pew name will be the ("it" of
Committee on Ecology and
Beautification."
Mr P.iiiot. who was commend d
by President Nixon in 1969 for the
committee's achievements in the
pns! Jl years received a national
rd from Mrs. Lyndon Jo!
n 196fi honoring the City of Mi-
imi as "one of the cleanest town*
hi the Uniti States."
Volunteers from business, indus-
try and the professions .-. rve as
members of the committee, which
icts as an advisory body to the
'.'it> of Miami Commission. They
bavi tackled such hard core urban
problem; at lot clearance, revitaliz-
ing the downtown area, removal of
iunk cars .and derelict ships, up-
BTading of home construction and
Jpseph Rirnpali. a guest of the
r S stAfe Department who is
prominent in the governing, cir-
cles ol the Congo, Africa, will ad-
the Miami Bench B'nai B'rith
at its open luncheon club
rhecting at 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, In
the 1O0 Lincoln Road Club Room.
Vfr. BU rigall will spend some
time studying methods used by
the Washington Federal Savings &
As-j>c at ion's Washington
ue Branch, under the direc-
tloi of Abraham Grunhut. vice
li nt of Washington Feder '
At the request of the State De-
partment. Mr. Grunhut his made
two visits to the Congo to intro-
duce and train workers in the me-
cs of .i saving and loan asso-
on.
While in Miami Beach, Mr. Bien-
gali will study and observe the
operation because the Congo gov-
ernment feels confident that this
type of banking structure w ill help
in th<> economic development of
the Congo.
Mr. Grunhut, who will accom-
pany the visitor from the Congo
when he appears at th" Miami
1- ich Lodge meeting will to some
exterrl participate in the interest-
ing program being planned.
Morris Relfen is president of the
Miami Beach Lodge: Samuel Pas-
coo is honorary life president.
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conditions in air pollution, destruc-
tion of trees and bodies of water,
and the neglect of our phj steal
environment," Mr. Pallot declar d.
Miami Seaport director Adm.
LTvin J. Stephens was elected to
head a unit of vice chairmen, in-
cluding .lorry J. McLaughlin of
the Southern Bell Telephone Com-
pany; John II. Mamy. Jr., president
of Florida National Bank; Roger
J. Beretto of Florida Last Coast
Railroad; Mrs. Sally Milledge.
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Number 34
Israel Will Not Be Moved
What the Arab nations coul.'.n't accomplish with
deeds they will soon attempt with words as the United
Nations prepares to assemble in a few weeks. That is the
capture of Jerusalem from Israel.
The impression has beer, given that Israel should not
retain the 0!d City sir.ee it was acquired by "cgaression."
The world seems to forget that Cid Jerusalem was never
meant to be part of the Kingdom of Jordan either, far
the State of Israel ccrr.e Into existence in 1948 the ancient
city was to have been internationalized.
Jordan, however, attacked and captured the Old Citv.
It was not internationalized. Every Jewish school and every
synagogue was destroyed, every Jewish cemetery dese-
crated and the tombstones used to build roads and part of
the International Hotel. For 20 years no Jew could visit the
Western Wall or any other shrine, and there was no Pope
protesting that those shrines be protected, no demand from
the U.N. for internationalization; none but the Jews were
concerned.
Nor should it be forgotten that Israel pleaded with
Jordan in public as well as through secret emissaries, as
recent documents have revealed, to keep cut of the 1967
war. Jordan attacked and Jerusalem again became a
single city under Israeli control.
The resolutions of hypocrisy end the statements of
piety will mount, but there are neither moral nor juridical
bases for them and it is clear that Israel will not be moved.
A Significant Shift In Power
The growth of Soviet military power in the Mediter-
ranean has wider world implications than the immediate
threat to Israel that this offensive strength poses.
The latest issue of the authoritative "Jane's Fighting
Ships" reveals the great strength of the Russians in that
vital Middle East and European waterway. It leaves no
doubt if any remained of the Soviets' expansionary
tendencies.
Domestic critics of American aid to Israel, grudgingly
given at best, must be made to understand that'in provid-
ing that aid our administration is thinitina primarily of the
American stake in the Mediterranean and not the defense
of Israel. The Soviets are counting on the presently isola-
tionist mood of the American people to make their moves
-:::: :.-.e result is a significant shift ..-. the balance of power
in the sea that once was the p;=ygr=und for American ships
c: cattle.
Follow-Up Study Might Be Revealing
Another study of Jewish education has confirmed the
Ml bah the Student, who observe
B r or 1 sGtrvah in Conservative crgregatJon dropped
Ibes fewiefc Bdacation when that goal was reached.
It s worth repeating however, that the study in Los
Angeles confirmed a definite relationship betwee-
child'i continuation in c Jewish school and the 'Jewishr.ess'
of the home, as well as parental involvement in Je
organizational activities. Twice as many students con-
tinued their Jewish education among those who were active
in a youth group or who have attended a Jewish summer
camp during their elementary school years.
At a time when there is greet concern about intermar-
r.cge, we have yet to see a Study which ehowi
relationship between continued education of our youth a- i.
their choice of a mate. A follow-up of the 973 students
analyzed for the study which began six years ago might
oner some revealing facts.
WASHINGTON It is bold
to say to; yet we now seem to
be witi a l at long, long
the pale dawn of a solution to
this country's most urgent social
problem. The problem, of course.
is to offer equal Justice and equal
opportunity to America's I
mino:
THE CENSES figures on black
.-- :n the last decade I
already been published. But
-
they havi
comparatively in the light of the
larger American experience.
First, the figures: The median
Of the black minority was >'
of white median income 10 years
ind this was ex tly where
it st 20 yi its ago. But by
s median
income had risen to 61'< of the
white aver ice.
THE riCTl'RE would be even
moreover, if so n
Southern I I not continue
: k in thi occu-
ASrArULCUAC^
COMMENT
A speaker at a recent conven-
tion involving synafj gues made
. .
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must confront any student of the
the seventies it is
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USY Holding Its Annual
Leadership Conference
More than 350 members of
l'nitcrf Synngogu? Youth in the
Southeast Ilegion arc attending
the An-;, W-26 J9tli annual Uad-
. rsliip Training Institute at Camp
Blue Star, QjenderBonviUe, N.c.
The USYera, representatives of
all Conservative synagogues in
Florida. Georgia, Alabama. South
Carolina, Louisiana, and Tennes-
see ill spend eight dayi in a well-
planned and supaniMd program
of study, prayer, workshop, activ-
ity and skill sessions. The schedule
also includes athletic competition.
socializing, executive meetings and
varied evening programs.
Marshall Baltuch, director of thr
Department of Youth Activities foi
Southeast Region, will serve as
executive director of the Encamp-
ment with AUm Bernstein of Beth
Torah Congregation, North Miami
Beach, 38 the 1-TI chairman.
Gerald Lester of Beth Torah
Congregation has been engaged as
.amp administrator; Richard Rey-
r Ken Platt, Sandy Kuttler and
Marshall Pepper are on his execu-
tive staff.
The theme of this year's confer-
is "A Time to Seek The
study of Koheleth," one ixwk of
"The Pive Megillot." This theme
will initiate the overall r on il
-mm., pr im for the i
year. E n !i ev< nt for IJT71-72 will
deal h ilh one of the five Mi
i oeb <>i n. lando and New
York vho has pr pared all source
iteri '. v ill -''i the i duca-
tional lin etor.
Other highlights of the week
(will include a performance ot the
Jewish National Fund Summei
-aravan, the viewing of the pro-
vocative film, 'The Fixer,'' a So-
wet Jewry program with reports
Irom the four USYers in Southeast
Region who participated in the
United Synagogue Study Tour to
Kurope, Israel and Russia this
summer.
Larry Burrows, international
I'SY president from Beth Torah
Congregation, North Miami Beach.
and Neal Reehtman. international
first vice president of Atlanta. Ga..
will participate in activities and
lead various leadership sessions.
David Morris. L'SY Regional
president will arrive at camp on
Aug. 23, following a sUnlmor of
study and touring in Isi-ael. In his
absence, Rich Neurohr, vice presi-
dent, Will preside.
Dr. Howard Osr-r of Temple Is-
rael. Orlando, is the Regional
Youth Commission chairman.
ily qualifie I educat on il
-I.if! < Rabl i Irwin Cutler,
Agudalh Israel Synagogue, Mont-
gomery, Ala.; Rabl i Arthur Rul-
nlck, Shearith Israel Congregation,
Columbus, Ga.; Robert Leifert, na-
tional program director, United
Synagogue Youth: Cantor Benja-
min Adler, T.>mple Beth Kl. West
Palm Beach; Cantor Richard
Browdy, Temple Zion. Miami: Rich-
ard Friedman, director of the De-
partment of Youth Activities,
Ahavath Achim Congregation. At-
lanta. Ga.: Sam Kieffer, Interna-
tional president of ATID. collegi-
,ite organization of United Syna-
gogue of America; and Sandy Lip-
^chit/ of Beth Torah Congrega-
tion, North Miami Beach, a stu-
dent at Yeshiva University in New-
York.
Norm. Goldman and Mr. J.oeh
are lending the Intensive Study
Communal Living Program. This
is a group of 43 highly qualified
and carefully selected USYers who
wish to spend additional time in
*tudy on a regular basis.
Danny Siegal, author of "Soul-
stoned" and lone-time staff mem-
ber is leading the study program
for the 51 counselors and counsel-
ors-in-training. They will study
Mdrash, commentary on Biblical
Law.
A highly skilled specialty staff
"as lieen secured. Mare Sternfeld
f New York is serving as an
ducator as well as the leader of
Israeli song sessions and Mrs. Rita
Trilling of Miami works with the
teenagtrs in Israeli dance.
The LTIers have signed up for
specific Jewish Thought and Tra-
dition sessions daily considering
The Role of the Jewish Woman in
'he Home. Talmud. The life Cycle
of the Jew. Ritual Training, Con-
versational Hebrew. Beginning He-
brew Reading? Jewish Life on the
Campus and Comparative Religion.
Daily creative skill sessions in-
clude Tallis and Kipot making,
ChaHl, photography, dramatics,
ecology and chapter skills.
The Sabbath address will be
Mven by Abraham J. Gittelson.
"cwly-appointcd assosiate director
f the Southeast Region. United
Synagogue of America.
Every day 50 campers will be
'"yolvott in social action projects
H"n the migrant farmers and day
'3* centers in and around Ben-
dersonville.
Cantor To Conduct
Holiday Services
, Barry r> s .. ber, pn sid nt ol
Young Is .. of Greater '*
nnounced that Jerry Shav-
; i ick, a renowm d
duel Ni M Ye and H gh 1! ly
Day service? at 1 n syna-
ogu 990 NE 171st St., N th
Miami Be ich.
C intor Sh imes from
Baltimore, M I., where he is well-
known for his brilliant tenor voice
and melodious liturgy, He studied
at Yeshiva University and holds
a Master's degree in Social Work.
''Tie youthful cantor has sung pro-
'cssionally from an early age.
Beth David South
Teachers' Seminar
Series Scheduled
Beth David Religious School will
mark the opening of the new school
year with a series of teachers semi-
nars to lie held Sunday, Aug. 29.
at the South Dade Branch begin-
ning at 9 a.m.
Separate workshops and semi-
nars will be conducted for Hebrew
language, audio-visual aids and
general Studies. The Hebrew work-
shop will be conducted by Dr. Jo-
seph Diamond, former director of
the Toronto, Canada, Bureau of
Jewish Education.
General studies sessions will be
held by Dr. Louis Schwart/man.
director of the Bureau of Jewish
Education of Greater Miami; the
audio-visual workshop will be of-
fered by Mrs. Sylvia Kravitz, li-
brarian of the Beth David Library,
South Dade Branch.
The faculty of Beth David will
l>e directed this year by Dr. Don-
ald D. Michelson, newly-appointed
educational administrator. Dr. Mi-
chelson comes to Beth David after
20 years of service as director of
Ilillel Foundation. Dr. Joseph Dia-
mond will be retained as consult-
ant in Hebrew language Instruc-
tion.
The Beth David Religious School
offers instruction in Hebrew and
Judaic siu.lies. Classes in Hebrew
are held on week-days Mond lys
through Thursday. Judaic studies
u" offered on Sunday at the South
Branch, A special Saturday
n in Judaic Studies combined
vith junior congregation will be
li. I in the main building on Cor il
Way, Junior congregation is also
conducted on Saturdays at the
South Dade Branch.
The daily pre-scho il-kindergar-
ten program will continue at the
South Dade Branch under the di-
rection of Mrs. Elayne Cohen, well-
known kindergarten specialist
Parents of children of. all ages in-
volved in the school program arc
urged to make registration plans
without delay while openings arc
still available.
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Friday, Au$ 20, W\
200 College Students
To Attend Institute
STARLIGHT. Pa. For 200
college students attending B'nai
B'rith Hillel Foundations' annual
summer institute at Camp B'nai
B'rith here, it will be a self-search
lor insight into their own Jewish-
ness.
The week-long program, begin-
ning Aug. 25, is structured with
seminars, workshops, guest lec-
turers and day-to-day living to
provide a setting for intensive prob-
ing by the youth of their personal
attitudes and commitments toward
Judaism and contemporary Jewish
issues.
The summer institute, initiated
by tho Hillel Foundations 26 years
. has grown into the largest
continuing program of its kind in
the world. Over the past genera-
tion, nearly 5.000 students many
of them campus leaders who have
since become prominent in Jewish
communal activities have at-
tended the institute, sharing in its
free-wheeling discussions of Jew-
ish issues and hearing often
challenging the wide-ranging
views of a diverse institute faculty
of Jewish scholars and intellectuals.
This year's group comes from
112 campuses in the United States
and Canada, along with a select
contingent from Israel, Australia
and Latin America. "The geo-
graphical spread offers the Jewish
student a chance to understand
how his peers from other areas
react : to the issues that trouble
them all." says Rabbi Samuel Z.
Fishman. Hillel's director of Is-
rael and community affairs. He
and Rabbi Richard J. Israel, Hillel
director at Yale, are the institute
coordinators.
The students themselves were in-
volved in planning the institute's
round-the-clock program and, Rab-
bi Fishman adds, "what they've
proposed reflects the action-mind-
ed attitudes of concerned young
Jews. They not only want to
; search by themselves for the au-
thentic Jewish values by which to
live, but also decide how they
can influence the community power
structure to react to their views?"
Discussion topics selected by the
students include the political and
'social problems of Israel, Soviet
! Jewry, and such campus issues as
the growing threat of enrollment
quotas, relationships between Jew-
ish and black students, and the
push for Jewish studies in college
curricula.
The growing significance of Jew-
ish life-styles among youth the
proliferation of communal living
groups, self-motivated Jewish
studies, experimental worship and
other elements of the counter-
culture are also part of this
year's institute discussions.
Among the guest lecturers on
the institute faculty are Professor
Allen Pollack of Yeshiva Univer-
sity, a specialist in Middle East
affairs, and Muki Tsur of Israel,
editor of 'The Seventh Day." the
widely-acclaimed study of the re-
action of young Israeli soldiers to
the Six-Dav War.
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Happenings
Miami Vice Mayor J. L. Phim-
mer. Jr., will welcome 16 wound-
ed Vietnam veterans with Scrolls
of Friendship at the John F. Ken-
nedy Memorial Torch of Friend-
ship in Bayfront Park Friday at
11 a.m. The servicemen, cur-
rently stationed at Fort Bragg.
N.C., were to arrive at Miami In-
ternational Airport Thursday and
return to Fort Bragg Monday
after participating in "Operation
Florida Sunchine," an extended
weekend of relaxation and en-
tertainment sponsored monthly
by veterans groups and civic
organizations.
& V V
The Pete Helbrs are off to
New York. Long Island and
Greensboro. N.C. to visit with
and bear gifts to their children
and grandchildren. Their grand-
son David, a stamp collector, will
be able to boast first covers lrom
both Heaven imoon landing1 and
Hell, (Cayman Islands'; his sis-
ters. Suzy and Nancy, will have
to be satisfied with more world-
ly things such as Jamaican
money.
& -fr
Sally Schechter of Miami
Beach, one of the leading lady
jewelers in this area, will attend
the International Jewelers con-
vention to be held in Valencia.
Italy, it is reported.
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Temple Beth Torah Schools
Rabbi Norman Mussman. newly-
appointed educational director of
Beth Torah Congregation. North
Miami Beach, has announced that
registration is in progress for the
synagogue's nursery, Sunday and
Hebrew schools. Rertgtetratiotl is
necessary for students who have
attended the school previously.
The nursery school program,
which accepts children from 2Vi
through through 5 years of age.
has been reevaluated and revised
to meet the needs of pre-school
children who have been exposed
to fine educational television. The
curriculum includes reading readi-
ness activities, arid introduction
to simple mathematical concept-;
and field trips. Emphasis will l>c
placed on teaching basic Hebrew
vocabulary as well as the cue! >ms
and ceremonies pertaining to the
Jewish lestivals. Rose (Mrs. Her-
bert Comm has rxvn named h -ad
teacher of the nursery school,
which is under the supervision of
Rabbi Mussman.
Beth Torah's Sunday School of-
fers religious instruction to chil-
dren In first through third grades
This program acquaints young-
sters vrith Bible stories, the syna-
gogue, the Jewish home. Lsr iel,
holidays, arts, crafts and music.
In addition, a speciaJ pre-Hebrew
program, "Hebrew Through Fun"
is being offered to first and second
graders in the Sunday School
department.
An innovative course of studies
is tx-ing scheduled for the. Hebrew
School for children in grades.
three through high school. New
textbooks and methods will be im-
plemented for a meaningful, rele-
vant religious education.
Classic Division Spotlighted
The classic division holds the
-:>.>tlight at Calder Race Course
this week as three-y.-ar-i '
t.-st the S10.000-adu>l Oka e
Handicap, The Saturds
the final BOphORKM
summer racing calendar. P |
time at ("aider is 1;
through Sat unlays.
Flaglcr's Final Stokes
Klagler Kennel Club launches
the final two stakes of a record-
smashing season this week. Roth
of the title finals will be rim on
closing night. Thursday, Sept. 2.
Through the first 86 nights of
racing, pari-mutucl wagering to-
taled s:>8.242.5M. for a daily aver-
age of $677.23."
THE BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
"Pioneer Synagogue of Miami Beach"
proudly announces
Additional
HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES
to be held in the air conditioned
Hibiscus Masonic Auditorium
Alton Road & 10th Street, Miami Beach
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Friday. Aug. 20.1971
Beth Torah Offering
New Sabbath Program
innovative Parana When school dividualized instruction to nS the
commences this fall. Grades three j student's needs
through five will attend
Jewisti fkrktkw
Voge 9-A
. a now
Sabbath program in place of Sun-
day attendance. Week-end retreats
are being scheduled for pro-Con-
firmation and Confirmation classes.
Havdalah services, the concluding
ceremony of the Sabbath, arc also
being arranged.
The Sabbath program will in-
clude n period of worship in which
children will participate, conduct-
ing and creating meaningful serv-
ices. Time will also be devoted to
music instruction and regular
studies.
Two week-end retreats at a
nearby camp are being planned for
pro-Confirmation and Confirma-
tion students. These Kalallot. in-
formal study sessions, will offer
t.cnagors a unique experitnee in
Jewish living.
Every Hebrew grade will actively
participate in a Havdalah sen-ice
on a scheduled Saturday evening.
Films, discussion groups and social
activities will supplement the
service.
In addition to the regular Hc-
Parents are urged to register
their children immediately for Beth
Torah's Earlv Childhood Educa-
tional Program, Sunday and He-
brew Schools. Reregistration is al-
so for students who have attended
the school previously.
Jewish Youths See Need
For Change In Community
(Continued from Page 1-A)
ticipation with the religious com-
munity.
Some of the comments on the
need for changes in synagogue
structure were: Don't mgage
merely in rituals and unrelated
prayers; spend more time on
philosophical and cultural mean-
'""-n~"tit;'->n
of rigidly structured services;
help the family learn about holi-
days and customs so they can
be enjoyed as a family unit; ser-
mons are often too long and
meaningless; redirect "establish-
ment groups back to religious
ideals instead of using the syna-
gogue as a fund-raising device;
sponsor more youth oriented ac-
tivity .* ;ind m.-'L'e facilities more
readily available to them; stu-
dents should not be charged for
attending High Holy Day serv-
ices: engage the interest of youth
and demonstrate that you have
a stake in their religious and
cultural heritage.
More than three-quarters of
the students who replied report-
ed tnai Israel had a special
meaning for them.
\ Continued From Page *-A
not gather the kind Of data it
now does In the earlier decades
of this century. But in 1900, for
instance, there must have been
a very wide spread between Jew-
ish median income although
there were many very rich Jews
already and average median
income.}of other white Ameri-
cans.
TODAY, in contrast, it seems
probable that Jewish median in-
come it'at least twice the aver-
age median for other white
Americans. The tip-off lies in
the simple fact that Jewish-
Americans send a percentage of
their children through college
that is nearly twice the average
for other whites.
As late at 1930. again. Dr. Con-
rad Taeuber of the census Bur-
eau gives a horseback estimate
that median income of Italian-
Americans, Polish-Americans and
other members of the so-called
ethnic groups, was quite as far
below the average for other
white American as black median
income was 10 years ago.
BY NOW, however, the spread
between the so-called ethnic
groups and the white Anglo-
Saxon Protestant first comers
has all but vanished. More strik-
ingly still, in the short spare of
25 years, the Chinese-Americans
and Japanese-Americans have
risen SO Cast that they consti-
tute "elite" groups, far above
the WASP average and about
on a par with the highly suc-
cessful Jewish-Americans.
Such is the pattern that is
needed to illuminate the new
census figures on black prog-
ress. You must then conclude
that this country's black mi-
nority has finally been able to
take the road that to many other
groups took before them.
ALREADY, the figures for
three-quarters of the country
might show the black minority
close to parity with the so-called
ethnic groups if it were not for
the tragic weakness of the
ghetto schools.
The school's failure means
that within the black minority
there is yet another minority
condemned to personal failure
by deficient education. But that
is only- another argument for
stopping at nothing, no matter
what tbJB- cost, to secure decent
schooling,tor tl children of the
ghettos.
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i*Je *ist IFkrSdH^in
-riday. Aug. 20 1371
R.
J It* iKabbi J^pcakt J-rom Jlie JrMipit
Alone Or United
Question
Box
K^ RABBI S1MOJJ, M'UU,
Temple Beth Tox-
in t'.'.o development of religious
philosophy, much has boon said
about the concept of free will,
which is basic
in Jcwisb the-
ology. The open-
ing versos of this
Biblical portion
is the founda-
tion upon which
this idea is
based. The
choice between
life and death,
blessing or curse
s vouchsafed un-
to us through
our deeds and
Rabbi April
two mountains are distinguished
are perhaps indicative of this
thought. The hill from whence the
imprecations were hurled was call-
ed "Has- Eivol," the very name ex-
pressed the singular showing that
no blessing can flow from a place
or an idea that concerns itselt with
the problems of an individual rath-
er than the multitude.
B) RABBI SAMUEL t. K<>.\
act ions.
One sure way to achieve life and
to attain its blessings is to leave
the road of selfish, individualistic
Striving and to cast our lot with
the destiny of the group. The
Scriptural texl speaks in the plur-
al as well as in the singular to
indicate the two separate avenues
one > choose for life's great
adventure.
commentators point to the
'v I nee of King Saul, who
sought the advice of the prophet
Bamui I, even after the death of
ttv latter. The words with which
he implored the aid of his de-
parted lead.:-, show the King's ex-
tensive preoccupation with himself,
h:- problems and worries.
"I am smv distressed, for the
Philistines make war against me,
ajid G-d is departed from me and
answereth me no more." Satutit"
28:15. Not for the problem of the
people entrusted in his care did
he plead, but for his fallen glory,
for his onn frustrated hopes.
Blessings are surely not in sight
when a leader transfers his para-
mount concern from that of his
flock to his own selfish ends.
jrhP_yery_names by which the t**^*^............J
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SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Tlie blessings, on the other hand,
were pronounced from the heights
of "Mount Grisim," clearly delin-
eating the idea that the basic
prerequisite for a blessed life is a
direction which carries us from the
narrow path of selfishness to the
broad highway of alturism and
generosity,
Deadline Comes And
Goes Without Incident
(Continued from Page l-A)
dueling a "selective offensive''
against the United States since
the Sisco visit, and Egyptian
diplomats have accused the
United States of seeking a per-
manent settlement under the
guise of s provisional on<.
According to the Israi li i val-
uation, this Egyptian stain-,
put an nd to silent diplomacy
as far as Egypt is concerned.
1 Unit tos ins not in-
formed [sra is to Its contacts
contacts with Egypt since Sisco
returned, and no information is
available on whether President
Nixon's views on the Sisco mis-
sion have been transmitted to
Egypt
CANDLELJGHT/NG TIME
7:33 29 AB
R'Ai
cchJ^fffitfrT ,hiS day a b,ss,n8 and a curec '
ISRAKL'S CHOICE: Israel, continued Moses was faced with
fore repeated and expounded the dietary laws SJn^touS
M.ting of the tenth pa,t of the annual produce of the soil in-
cluding corn, wine and oil, was to be brought by every isTaelUe
to the central Sanctuary and consumed theVe. SLT2S5
l.ved too far away and found it impossible to carry the tithe with
htm could realize its value in money, purchase od \\\ h7w
hold and the Lev.tes. At the end of each third year, this tithe
nstead of being brought to the Sanctuary, was to be devoted
to the relief of the poor and the Levite at home
THE THRICE PILGRIM FESTIVALS: In amplifying the
nrT,h ** !Sr FCaSt f PaSSOVer' thc *- o' the W,V,
and the Feast of Tabernacles, Moses emphasized that three times
a year every male was to make a pilgrimage to the central Sanc-
tuary^ where prescribed religious ceremonies were to be per-
\\h\ is the Ivitldush on the Sab-
bath specifically recited at the
table when- one eats?
One >f the medieval commen-
taries (Rashbam, Pesahim 101 A)
traced this to a passage In the
| Bible which proclaims "Ye shall
call the Sabbath a delight" i Isaiah
58:13) meaning that wherever
there is delight le.g., a meal) the
Sabbath should be announced as
a feature of this delight. This is
done by reciting the Kiddush.
Generally, it is the recitation of
the Kiddush which converts a meal
into a higher level of experience
where it might otherwise simply
be a mere physical activity.
Why is the tradition of count-
ing the days and weeks between
tlie PaSSOVer and BhavSWOth Fes-
tivals known by the name ot
I "Oilier?"
The word "Omer" refers to the
ol barlt j which was offered
on the first nighl after the first
i..> ..i Passover. !t was exactly al
I this time thai the count
ind the count is always reckoned
from the day the barky offering
m ide in the and -nt ti mpl
i: i-. therefore, refe n I to as the
counting of the which
really me mi to say thai h th
I which i the
"On* r" u is off< red.
Why is it thai alter counting
the "Omer" a brief prayer is
I made asking for the restoration
oi the ancient temple in Jeru-
salem?
I Since the "Omer" is not of-
fered today, because we have no
j temple, there is a feeling of re-
jgreti Thus, the Jew prays thai
[some day the temple will i>e re-
stored and the "Omer" will be
ofn red again. Such is the case
I after the recitation of the main
;body of prayer (Shmoneh Earth)
since the prayer was originally ol-
' fered accompanying the sacrifice
in the temple.
J (C). 1971 Jewish Telegraphic Agency
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Hillel Introducing New
Classes In Swimming
Hillel Community Day School
is introducing a new swimming in-
stiuction program to its Nursery
ginning with trie new school year,
qualified and experienced person-
nel will conduct swimming classes
each weekday afternoon at the
Dunes Motel 17001 Collins Ave.
Hillel, conducted in facilities at
1725 Monroe St., Hollywood, is an
institution of learning which in-
corporates religious values and a
meaningful program of secular
studies into its program. Parents
desiring further information oi
wishing to register their children
in Nursery, Kindergarten or
Grades 1 through 7 are urged to
contact Rabbi Simon Murciano.
principal, at the school office.
MIAMI
A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA- \
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox !
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
.__.-------W
ANSHE EMES. 25J3 SVV 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol PaKowitx 2
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BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken-
dall Or. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard, Cantor Michael
Kyrr 3
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BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipaon 4
BavUirdft) 8 a.m.
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BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho
dox. 6
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bo- Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phmeaa Vi !ber-
man. 30
SEPHARDIC. JE'
CdUim'Av'e. Ra
WISH CENTEf. 645
ibbi Sadi Nji- ii 31
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickaon 6
Saturday 8:45 m m Topic: "A Month
..f Preparation o>r the High Holy
Day a." j p.m. a meaning and the
Corse"
BETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hinkes 8
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER
Miami. 137 NE 19th Street. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 10
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Draiin. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
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OR OLOM (Temple) 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Glixman. 13
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein. 14
PrUtaj 8:15 p m Tnpli -And All
Children shall Id Taught Of
The l-ord Saturdnv ., m

TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E
1th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na-
than Zolondek. 15
p m Rntti 'i a m

ZION iTemplei 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
servative Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro
Cantor Richard S. Brovvdv. 16
CONGREGATION TZ CHAIV. 1542-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
Groner. 32
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79th Street Ciuse-
way. North Bay Village. Ci-nrvJ-
tive. Cantor Carl Bender. 32-A
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH VESHURUN (Temple*. 1029
NE Miami Gardens Dr. Conserva-
tive. Rabbi Milton Schlmsk/ Can-
tor Nathaniel Schub. 33
BETH TORAH. NE 14th St. at 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Mix Lip-
schitx. Cantor Jacob Renxer. 34
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B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW USfCj St.
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel.
Cantor Jack Lerner. 36
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SINAI (Temple) of NORTH DADE
18801 NE i'2nd Ave. Reforn Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor li-vinn
Shulkee. 3T
Krida) 8:15 pin Saturday 1" ., m
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 161S1 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Janah F.
Caplan. 3g
Friday -." pin Satardaj 8 .1 .- Be>r
in- 11 "Reliaiouii llatrvd StiU 1 Uutuea
Modern Society"
YOUNG ISRAEL* OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. O-thodox.
Rabbi Naftali Porush. 39
CORAL wABlES
JUDEA (Temple). 5500 Granao < P'vd.
Reform. Rabbi Morns Kippe 40
r*riday h p in .--.! i unlit) 11. n
Rar Milxvan I .. ,ld Bi n I-'.
"I Mr 1 nil .vi- ..i,-
e
ZAMORA (Templei 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. R.iiibi Maxmcl Berg.
er. 4i
FT. LAUDEROAU
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13b00 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative
Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel, Cantor Ben
Zion K rschenbaum, 35
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 547 E. Oak.
land Park Bivd. Rabbi Sheldon Ed-
wards. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
EMANU-EL. 3245 W Oakland Park
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur J. Ab-
rams. Cantor Jerome Klement, 43
MIAMI IfACM
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. 17
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Berel We. ". 18
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir.
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19
BETH RAPHAEL~~rremple). 1S45
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
BETH SHOLOM ( Temple). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor David Conviser. 21
BETH TFILAH 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
' 22
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA-
TION, 843 Meridian Avenue. 22.A
C^2BNw.E?RE.W COANGEGATION.
2*. Washington Ave. Orthodox.
nabbi Dow Rozencwaig. 23
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roe St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
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Conservative. Rabbi David Shap.ro.
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. 47
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Conservative. Rabbi Elliot J. Wine-
grad. Cantor Abraham Koster. 48
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+Jewish rhridUair)
Page 11 -J
s\S
lax Lerner
Sees It
FtK II as in Vienna, Austria, that Kennedy said
v 10 you- ago, "Lei us go to the moon together,"
t<;.\ ignored the olier, for too much rivalry had fol-
i\. and too much world prestiege was ut stake. Some
the space race believe that America's sharp ivae-
llik alter L967 despite President Eisenhower's
kieience to go slow had brought a Russian reae-
b turn led to a sharpening or the nuclear race.
Vienna that the SALT talks with the Russians are
barnesl unless Nixon's China visit and the newly
ise anxieties among American nuclear Hawks.
pu lissite gap, reinforce the hostilities of the Soviet
lj the space rivalry between the two great nuclear
o.vers, which today is emphasized .is scientific re-
0rtie a military rivalry in space. Three Russian
Is who died had been part of an effort to set-up a
y. Ami :a has its own space laboratory program,
scheduled for launching in 1972 or 73.
the SALT talks must succeed is that a failure
- race ugly. A success could keep it benevo-
- '! ehaptei in tin' history of plunet research and the
. tion.
LANDING OF APOLLO 15 on the moon what ver
i- a good time to review the question whether
- ith the money, energy and talent we have spent on
>- listorian, narrating the story-line on space for the
h <. would make it a history of the up-and-down graph
retual and emotional attitudes.
follower and most people of the time were downbeat
J.F.K. was upbeat, speaking of the "new ocean" we
fcVi'! And L.B.J. after him was even more so. The early
ecame heroes for a brief time, but they were quickly
The same will probably hap|>en to Seott, Irwin and
Wo used to speak of the astronaut as the "new man"
dieted that one of them would reach the White
| Well they have turned out to Ik- skillful and dedicated.
mutants in human evolution, and the political lightning
> ick.
if has the global prestiege argument panned out. as
fc discovered when the Sputnik victory proved trancient
-on and Xixon discovered after him. For even the
Ik on the moon, which stirred the world just two sum-
aijo, seems part of the dim and unremembored past, and
ol tic- resulting American prestige has dribbled away.
* ir &
II AT HAS TAKEN ITS PLACE is a curious sticky apathy.
on-' agrees that Apollo lS'a takeoff was all but perlVTt. and
sp i crew did beautifully with its later problems, but the
!::; ,! Cape Kennedy rej>orted the plaintive question from
{round -taff there and at Houston: "Why don"t they love us
no'v?
IThere ire several possible answers. One L that the newest
Jion u pretty severely and rightly a scientific one.
Ch means that the imaginative aspect has not been played up.
Itlier is the antiteohnological trend of the times especially
?tig :'.'.< yoUMg, Xot that the new explorer is going to pollute
or overpopulate it. but that we are all pretty numbed by
11 fed up with government contractors, with the SSTs
llie Lockheed* and the rest. We would rather ride a bike
: irk or on a country road than hear a new "first" in
technology.
IFlnally. there is a look-homewnrd-angol mood, growing
lllj Strange* all the time. The Pentagon Papers episode
Inened it up. There Is still the feeling that the United States
W Use it- money better on home needs than either on foreign
prj dventures or space adventures and somehow this
- to link or equate the two. wrongly I think.
T Is AS IF MOST OF US, older and younger, were say-
-' -t stay home. Let's not go off after strange gods and
fculable risks, whether in Vietnam, the Middle East, the
nine Mountains of the moon, or Venus, Mars. Saturn or the
t the nine planets. Let's concentrate on jobs, inflation,
oiii. tuI cleaning up crime and the clums."
11 Isn't that we no longer love the astronauts, but that in
Wtl.. of priorities rightly or wrongly they are losing
">* The tide may turn again. We may discover that a
jjon which narrows its national purposes drastically, giving up
Bttigc timt don't have an immediate utility, may in time lose
1 flan for dealing even with the narrow ones.
That, at any rate, is my own present hunch. I suggest it to
Kl ':' oi analysts in convention at Vienna, as a heterodox"
K tor their next one: in mapping out the human psyche,
*'' have been mapping the moon, how do we explore the
?ron of ipathy, the hills of aspiration, the mountains of the
Kuiation
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fJenist Fli ridHctr
Friday. Aug. 20. 1971
This Week In History...
Gala Temple Zion Membership Patty
40 Years Ago This Week: 1981
For the first time, the R
Commissariat of Education endors-
ed the "very 111)ill I mil" anti-reli-
gious jury^ij;n of the Militant .
Atheists.
Registration was closed for Jew-
ish settlement in Birobidjan.
Jewish tombstones in Berlin were
descrated with Hitlerite slogans by
two 11-year-old boys.
Lord Passfield, promulgator of (eighth century, bearing a Hebrew
the British White Paper restricting I inscription, was reported unearth-
Jevroh immigration to Palestine, Ied in the People's Republic of
! China.
10 Years Ace This Week: litlil iMsm M, fieWi a ,1P\Vsboy-turned-
The World Jewish Congress- Po- millionaire-industrialist who head-
htical Dept. said the situation of |0li lhl, Houston Jewish Community
soviet Jews remains acute and Council and the Houston United
lifficult." I Jewish campaign, died at 61.
Two days of Arab-sparked
clashes with the police in Nablus
resulted in the jailing of 22 ring-
leaders.
Eleven years after his death,
the estate of banker Jacob Schiff
was finally evaluated at $34.4
million net.
Poland's oldest
Sokolovitch. act iv,
to the end. died ai 110.
South Africa's first two locally
trained rabbis were ordained in
Johannesburg.
Mapai won 42 of the Israel1
Knesset's 120 seats, a loss of five.
"Sovietish Heimland" became
the first Yiddish publication al-
lowed in the U.S.S.R. in 13 years.
Editor Aron Vergelis said this
Another Jewish suicide in fi-
nancially troubled Poland was reg-
istered when a 70-year-old man
jumped from a fourth-story win-
dow.
Composer Aaron Copland re-
ceived the Edward MacDowell
Modal as President Kennedy called
him "a significant force in the proved the government's encour-
CUltural life of this nation and the agement of Yiddish culture.
world community."
Lawrence Wien, president of the
A committee report to Aleph Federation of Jewish Philanthro-
JZadik Aleph. the boys' division ol pies of New York, bought the Em-
Jew, Zalman tnc B'":,i B'rith Youth Organize-pire State Building from Col.
as a merchant Uon> declared; "It is a sad com- Henry Crown, a Jewish Indus!
mentary on the current status of
the .i -.. ish home that the only waj
young people can fulfill 'heir needs
for Jewish education, or to find
Temple Zi n, a
n local d it 8000 MU-
: i Rd. iSW 56th st.i iust off the
JS, W ill hol i B
detail party i
ttmpk's social hall Saturday be-
ginning at '.' |
Every branch of the temple will
be represi rited on hand to greet
members and prospective mem-
- will >,' Rabbi Norman N.
ghapii i Cantor Richard s. Hiw-
:, and Sisti rho id, Mi n's CM),
U.S.Y.. Boy Scouts, Mr. and Mr-
Club, N'jrsi ry, KinrloTjrarten and
Relij S hool reprea ntath es,
It.:, rested persons arc invited to
i ontact Mke From; for further
particulars.
Hungary's new Cabinet included
three outspoken anti-Semites.
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t what Judaism has to offer defamatory post cards mailed b>
i>m i^ tn ii\in nnnnlnttnne \'r>iii*;m Xn/i< v^.tnli1,! nnatal
them, is to Join organizatl i American Nazis
statutes.
A Jewish tombstone of tii--
violated p .st..:
. !. m ih. files ot the JTA I
DrexeJ Students Briii" Enrolled
Drexel School, which is located
at 36th Stieet and Collins Avenue,
Miami Beach, is enrolling students
for the coming school term, it lias
been announced.
A third-generation teacher, Dr.
Gustave L. Drexel. headmaster.
Modern Hebrew Course
A beginning and intermediate
accredited course in Modern He-
brew will be taught by Mrs. Sarah
Cohen, a native of Poland who
graduated from Beth Yakov Semi-
nary in Bialystok, at the Miami
Senior Hii*h Adult Center, 2450 SVV
1st St.. Mondays and Wednesdays
front 7-10 p.m.
Mrs, Cohen is licensed by the
Bunau of Jewish Education and
certified by the State Department
of Education in Tallahassee to
teach Hebrew in the public schools
of Florida.
has had ?>4 years experiei
I both pui lie and private schools.
ersonally eh. cks ai ii new
student upon enrollment, and as-
sists them in choosing i pi
of studies.
The old. st private school in
Miami Beach, Drexel prepares its
students for the A.C.T. and SAT
college entrance examinations.
Products of this school, which spe-
cializes in individual tutoring, are
accepted by top colleges in the
United Stales and abroad.
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+Jewist fkridlimn
^Economists' Reaction
t)n New Nixon Policy
frfrem Page 1-A)
Bin the United
Bias
fcftle buying such
items even if
Bf the other 80'"-
pis go to eoun-
tront; currencies. If
pound continues to
9 HV dollar, the ex-
be comparatively
> buy in those coun-
the> other side of the
Ha weakening of
Should :i-.| -i [
Ability *tn buy products
in otthj counMcs because much
Hlgn currency
Hat Gorman marks.
one O strongest free world
cuireoises.
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(^L-A-MATIC
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Grams Reports
Ktems 696-9239
announcement by Nixon may af-
fect some of the grants and loans
Israel has been expecting. But
the way in which the foreign aid
program will be cut has not yet
been made clear and its im-
pact on Israel cannot be meas-
ured.
Moshe Rivlin. executive direc-
tor of the Jewish Agency in
Jerusalem told the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency that he did not
expect the new U.S. policy to
bring a decrease in income from
overseas contributors. He said
that experience over the past
years had proved that economic
crises do not damage the com-
mitment of the Jewish people
to Israel's cause. Officials in the
Finance Ministry decUner1 com-
ment pending careful study of
Nixon's new po
Herzl Lod:e To
Hear Sam Pascoe
I State A f B na!
8'rith. will s
I 1 rial B'rith
tii g M i' ij
Br rich if tl e Horn
IV d< i i Loan \-
ii i subject w ill ; B'nai
B'l th and Our Jewish Youth."
This particular nu\*.ig o: Herzl
is compos
In 1 [i llywo m!, Hal-
lar.dale and North Dade County,
Aiil lie limited to men only be-
cause of the limited space in the
meeting room. Prospective I-odge
members will l- welcomed as
usual, however. At the resumption
of regular Lodge meetings in the
Pall, wives of members and guests
will again be invited to attend.
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George Mickwee, assistant vice
lenl and manager of tin- Sky
take branch of Dade Federal Sov-
- ft I oan Association of Miami.
has been elected president of
Chapti i No. 29 of the
Ami rl an Savings & Loan Institute
The I." it itute, Ui educati inal
h of the American savings
I >an industi y, maintal
comprehensive schi dule of com -
istrj members and employ-
- in Dade County on a two-
semester school year basis. Tim
local chapter includes representa-1
tlves from all of Dade County's
savings and loan associations and
has a membership roster of ap-
proximately TOO.
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Dade Federal for lfi years, is a
recipient of the graduate diploma
of the American Savings & Loan
Institute, with which he has been
associated for the past 14 years.
The next 12 months will pose
many challenges for the Institute
and it.s members." he stated. "We
look to the Institute's Dixie Re-
gional Conference to be held at
the Fontainebleau Motel, Miami
. in Septi mber .is the kick-
ff of an eventful and rewarding
year."
Rep. Ford Z0A Speaker
Hep. Gerald H. Ford of Michi- |
an and Maj. Gen. Haim Laskov,
j former Israeli Army Chief of
! Staff, will be among the promi-
ik nt persons addressing the ZOA's
I 74th national convention in Pitts-
burgh next month. More than
| i.000 delegates from throughout
the United States are expected to
! attend the four-dav conclave.
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f-Jewisiifkridriar
Fridoy. Am
20, i
Israel Newsletter
RUTH AlPERT
Being Together Magnifies The Differences
........... _____ ..__. .. ,. w nnUtles." So I lave up the id..... *^J? j^!***!i *
(EDITORS NOT!.: While Mr. Alpert is on vmcatton,
his column tin* week is written by his daughter.
Ruth).
!_|\l!<.\ Besides being Carl Alpert'a daughter,
tn6 JWar student in the Arabic
: : ; Haifa University. Many people think
l A i Department should bo an ideal place for
: and Jew. together peacefully. In-
stea i sen a to magnify the differences.
"I'm g ling abroad," one of my Arab classmates
told me. "To settle?" "Of course not." he answered,
i:: is my home, my family has lived here for gen-
erations." The implication being, of course, you do
not belong here.
As usual in my conversations with my Aral)
friends, what was really meant was never actually
said. I saw his point of view and tried to make him
see mine. Not to deny his rights, but at least to
show him that my claim to the country was as good
as his. I talked about Russian Jewry and their wish
to return home, to Israel. I felt that 1 had to make
him understand something of the mystical relation-
ship between the Jews and Israel.
Nonsense." said he. "all this talk about Rus-
Jews ius, p .,.->.. I gave up til
making a Zionisl out ol Mahmud and he did not
the subj had Jusl been class
as no ,
Only fter cl ss, when *"" '
lo they ait th r views I
,., mos1 classes, J ws ind Arabs sil on different
, of the room. Nothing intentional, il jusl
happens.
"Where is David?" the teacher asks, ind tne
answer comes from the Jewish side of the room:
He's on reserve duty for 20 days." The teacher
nods; he is himself going on reserve .buy next
month <40 days because he Is an officer^.
"And where is Ahmed"" the teacher asks. The
Jews smile; the unspoken bitter joke us old. "Oh. he
is on reserve duty for his terrorist organtaation."
Too mimy Arab students in Jerusalem have
been accused of collaborating with the terrorist
organizations for us to believe in the calm, mislead-
ing exterior. Often a blank face hides behind it
resentment and bate. A th lusand little incidents
show US every day that we are living with this
problem of the Arab minority.
4$ We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAl
When The Court Says 'No'
/ o\ kkvmi:\t FINANCIAL aid to religious schools
^^ h is become nn Iss te so volatile that some gaklon
domes .,: some si ife Capitols can almost feel the physical
pressure. Fprtunately, all the justices of
ih. United .states Supreme Court save
Justia Byron Ft. White have now de-
cided that it's tim. to ease the pressure.
In ruling that Pennsylvania and Rho le
Island law arranging for financial relief
to hard-pressed religious schools could
lot be reconciled with the First Amend-'
ment, the highest court boldly mad. '
xjldly demanded creamy subventions for what would cer-
tainly constitute sectarian Indoctrination.
Many appeals for religious school financing have
been advanced, some of them poignantly appealing the
American belief in strength in diversity, the assurai ee ol
tealthy competition for a hard-pressed public school sys-
tem, the high promise of moral uplift, and especially 'h
irpposal to provide black children with Integrated i
lion in centra! city under benevolent stewardship
People in high places have put their minds to all
sorts of propositions for easing the financial burden of
aivnts opting for all-day religious school education for
lived reference to "divisive political po *_ ,ncir youngsters. President Nixon in April called upon
tential." Some lobbying efforts in the past few year;' ^Congress to bypass state laws prohibiting subsidies for
^a\e made political conformists out of weak legislations
who knew better and have tested the patience of strong
lators with a somewhat sharper understanding of
he chi rch-slatc separation principle.
In finding his way towards upholding the Rhode
Island nr.angemcnl whereby the state pays directly to
teachers in non| iiools a 15'; salary supplement,
Whizzer White perhaps forgetting for the moment that
RogerWi llama had founded the state in the name of re'.i-
' lom referred to "a curious and mystifying
blend" i ih reas tning of his eight colleagues with whom
ne differed. "Ivont of the (Rhode Island) teachers here in-
volved mix religious and secular instruction," he said.
Tiii viewpoint would strike many students of the
!orapl- \ Issue as a far cry from those church and syna-
gogue lc adera who have argued that the civil rights of
Catholic and Jewish children are denied when the state
adheres to the guidance of the First Amendment. Some
of the people making the most passionate appeals for aid
10 religious schools have scorned token assistance and
parochial school in asking adoption of a S3 billion revenue-
sharing plan for education. He also saw hope in the
Voucher plan, whereby parents would receive govern-
il subventions for each school-age child and then be
roe to cash the checks at the schools of their choice.
(A food stamp scheme at a different governmental
counter).
Others have gone to state legislators time after tinv
vith plans for tax credit grants to those with boys and
ills in private schools. And there has been no end to
noposals for textbook purchases by the state.
And now that numerous state studies have revealed
that an increasing number of parents are disinclined to
-end their children to all-day religious schools, those who
have charge of financial affairs in state Capitols will need
to face up to that truth and to the strong message from
the Supreme Court. They will need to make quick and
idequate provision for impacted school districts areas
m which the public schools will have to accommodate
hildrcn in parochial schools today but in public schools
- omorrow.
Book Review
By SEYMOUR B. UEBMAN
Byzantine Jewry
^MO.\<; TIIK TRAGEDIES "of Judaism is the ab-
sence of its recorded history for periods extend-
over centuries prior and subsequent to the Com-
mon Era. Until the publication of
this reviewer's book. "The Jews
n New Spain," little was known
about the Jews in Mexico and
Central America from 1521-1821.
We still know little about Jews in
many other places.
With a few notable exceptions,
there are practically no Jewish
historical accounts from Josephus
to Liebman Jost in 18.0. The writings of Abraham
Ibn Daud and Benjamin of Tudela, who preceded
Marco Polo by 200 years, must be noted. We are
indebted to Prof. Andrew Sharf of Bar Ilan Uni-
versity for synthesizing most extant written ma-
terial on the history of Byzantine Jewry (Schocken
Books. $7.50.. The book covers the period from
Justinian (527 C.E.) to the Fourth Crusade (1204)
in the area now occupied by Bulgaria, Greece, the
former Ottoman Empire and southern Italy. Sharf
has *dded some new interpretations and indicated
. errors hy previous writers.
Although litUe is revealed of the internal life
of the Jewish communities that existed in this vast
area, we do learn about the legislation pertaining
l to the Jews. Sharf delineates bow the pendulum of
Byzantine attitudes were reflected in codes and
decrees which swung from restrictions to privileg -
lor Jews. There was occasional cooperation between
Jews and Christians to fend off imperial decrees
--pressing basic human rights. The author prove.
hat Byzantine Jewry, for 700 years, enjoyed much
better conditions than those in western Europe
For future editions of the book, we suggest the
role of the Radanites be amplified and that Rabino-
vyitz work on them he Included in the bibliography
__ WOU'd ^ "" S"'VCd Lf 2 "'-re
udaioo. were set forth in extenso and not merely
to sil*ST*? "V" hum,,taljn* "* ean
of W T magically dangerous character"
tiToZ- *R ssary uoukl ***** in <**-
Despite the foregoing comments, the book is im
ESLK"1 reveak ,h0 "-of -y -;
community not commonly known and he dK
cusses the influence of the Karaites on ,hc b
banites in parts of Byzantium.
The work aids in dispelling some myths oer
WrUng to Jews and their relationships trun
vocations and th. lard. I, is also pro^bl_ [l
cre-ted a figure of a CjJ J^g *
had been expelled from England in T^fT.',,
permitted to return until 1656 nd not
I
sit) w th an Arab classmati 11
ed at the ite, ever since Ar
lives in the Hebr w Univi i
si .r.li.s the Ara
glances only perfunctorily it
if n y complaints about th. I
us that 1 have no plai I
cafeteria. M t Arab students an
plai S tOO, but there ;- :il
fore N stud nts are po
in o lei n to end on this p
to n late an incident l
i iy_ A group of Arab and .lev
mini nkirts passed i>\ an Orthodox
and an Orthodox Muslim wearing I
Arab headdress. They turned a
at the girls. "It's disgusting," th
and walked away together.
i'. ng one ol the girls, I .l.d
react on too kindly at the time, and
Arab girl friend abOUl people, Jeu .v. ah.
had no s nse ol fashion.
Now, when I look back on it. I
nationality barriers vanish when ... i
and an Orthodox Muslim have mo n oat
with each other than the Orthodox "
with the mini-el.k! Arab girl. Even thai nul.
as a beginning.
Our Film folk:
By HERBERT 6.1
Shelley Portrays Mo them
I
the
Irwinl T< p -pttl
\M GETTING A bit tired of thi
a syndrome," -ays Shelley Winters. who|
: mothers in A Patch ol
Laughing," "Wild In the Streets,' I
and prostitutes in '
difference." "Harper." "A
"How do I I-i\. The.,*
Scalphuators" and
'east, in "Nobody I F
Eagle" '"The Last 'lV
.luring the past l'i\
Shi lley essayed
roles in recent years,
been quite different,
ent.ie.l stepmother <>f blind git! it A
of Blue' 1,1 the Jewish mother in the comedy, "B
Laughing" and In the stage musical M nnie'sB_
the latter dealing with the eare<
brothers.
"Helen Hill, the woman I portray n ^
Matter With Helen?" says Shelley, 1
trouble| :..' iisoriji
I spent M'veral days observing at iv r.t.il inul
linns to get the feeling for the charact. r.' [
Mother of an unspoiled, iH'rfectly I
ter <>i is. nicknamed Tory, the resiil' of to*
marriage to the Italian actor ffittor '"
Shelly haijs from a simple Jewish boo i St
where her father. Jonas Schrift, has bees a tti
cutter and her mother, a singer with tin Mann
Opera Company. For the stage. Mis. *>
adopted her mother's maidt-n nanK- only adiW
"S" and changing her first name to "SheUey,
li'th century romantic poet whom she a
The mother of a 22-year-old U.S. P
"Wild In th>- Streets:" the matron of l
criminals in "Bloody Mama," the story <*
Barker; a real-life whorehouse madam
in "A House is not a Home," in this
appears as the mother of a ruthless kill :'
Shelley Winters has none of the trait- or b-
bility shown lately on the screen. Sh<
ors from numerous charitable organizaii
a
dedicated work in many areas, incl "-' "^L
health, the Anvncan Heart Association. atiU
larded children, She also raised funds i.r B.B
Uniwrslt. and the Ethical Culture >"'','
old millions of dollars of Bonds for Israel ImV\J
in the election campaigns of John F. Kennedy ?
Robert Kennedy, she remains in the forsf^M
liberal causes and says that she is holl> *rj|l
mitted to life aiKl to acting. She bat trial WJB
a Playwright and recently opened ^Sc(f jni
With three of h.r one-act pla>*. "On.' Night S^ ft
of a Noisy Passenger." ,<*|
Having maile "What's the Matter With ^J
for producer George Edwards nd direc'* "Jjjjl
Harrington in Hollywood for Martin ""Tja
Company,.Shelley is now in England surring ^ >.(
suspense drama, "Gingerbread House," *D !|
Ue team of Edwards and Harrington, but '"J
under the banner of Samuel Z. Arkoff and J*"""^
Nicholson.
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Jk


20. 1971
*Jewislirk,ri ECAl NOTICE
JNTY JUDGE'S COURT.
:OH DUDE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
71-196J (Prlmm)
;|.| l.VSHIP OF
i.\
LEGAL NOTICE
Page 15-A
LEGAL NOTICE
I
flON (Publication)
i OF FLORIDA:
I.EAK8 Address un-
Di i ther persons concern -
r. i.y notified Mini a peti-
flliii in said Court praj
M*BI(S <>F Ql'ARDIAN
EltoRAH MAIN, minor
in r. in required to flic
.!. feuses thereto within
11 i- Hi.- first publication
i. of, and serve a oopy
i |i liiii'iu-r's attorney,
,: .i address are: l.-iw
rii II. Burns, 3j I.int'oin
l:. .i. -h, Fla. if you fail
|dgmenl may bo entered
upon the petition.
ny band and th ami of
Ijit Miami. I>ade County,
23rd (lav July 1071.
mi: w. 1'iiiMM
*.unt> -ludire
. PASTOKFIELjD, Clerk
; :: s, li-m-j"
IE OF ACTION
1CUIT COURT OF THE
rH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
5KIOA IN AND FOR
JNTY. CIVIL ACTION
Ma. 71-143*7
FOR DIVORCE
trring* ..f
liOXZALEZ,
U flONZALEZ. Wife,
[ARIA CJOXZAI/BZ
io.A-ll Parksid.-
H eights,
;i, o 0O92fl
L\ MARIA l)NZAI>7.
(.rifi.il th.it a Hill of Oom-
"orce has been filed
and you axe required to
of your Answer or Plead-
Bill of <*omiilnint on the
Attorney, SKV.MOIK XI.
Altudey Building, Hih
It Av.nu., Miami. Florida
the original Answer or
Itlo off]......f tlie Clerk <.r
ourl on ..r before the 1st
fcmber, 1971. If you fail to
i. mi l.y default will be
you for the relief de-
r Hill ,-f l'..|il|.lailil
-hull I.. published i.i.....
i rnur consecutive .-, I,., i
. ism Ki.omniAN
|m ORDERED al .Miami, I
L'Jlh .lay ..f July A.I) |
K \THKIIMAN, Clerk
l >.uh i iiuniy. H'l'.rldu
KISSEE. Deputv Clerk
n Swill
M I.IT MA V
tuiidiue
-I A\< nut
i.i isms
I'lulntiff
7 :: v ,;. |j.afl
riCE Or ACTION
CUIT COURT OF THE
TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
5RI0A IN AND FOR
JNTY. CIVIL ACTION
FOR DISSOLUTION
MARRIAGE
go. 71-14346
BVI.VK, Husband, and
INK Wife
ll \ i x i:
i........i Hoad
U v.-w Vork
^ I i:\ IMC. are hen li.v
n Petit Ion for I di1 lu
a filed ngalnsl you. and
ii.-.I io s.'i'w a copy ..f
i Pleading io Hi.- Pell-
h-olntlon of Marriage on
pr's ai'.-i'ii. >*. Lawn ium '
1*4, II S W First
.. Plorldii 83130, nnd file
Answer or Pleading In
ih.- Ulerk <>f tlo- fir. uii
before the Ul day of
71 If \..\i fail I.. .I., so,
default will be ii \.-ii
for the relief demanded
limn for DVsPOhlllou of
shall he published on.e
_or l..ut y.-iuterutlv.' weeks
&V1SH IT. RIDIAN.
il> ltl.l".UI-".I< at Miami.
I'Ttli .lay of July A I'
:atiii:uma.v. Clerk,
_rt. l-ii'l.- County, Floridu
f-IV P. C. H'EI.AXIl
i l>e|Hiiy Clerk
ti Heal)
POIWHK
rn. Porter,
. iiin
i s. \v rii -i hi i*. .-I
l.i i J31SH
kr I', mi.in. r
7 .1'. K, tt-13 :o
iCE OF ACTION
ICUIT COURT OF THE
H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
RIDA IN AND FOR
LNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No 71- 13484
M FOR DISSOLUTION
F MARRIAGE
HI Si rn i oiiiii.
W ii. .ml tj.imu. K.
Mil- I..iimI
I. K lll.'NTKII
fl'l.i/a
IIIkIiM iv
le, Kentucky 4tt2LJ
"'i-'. i: Hixtki:. are
i'-.l thai a Petition for
"i Man lage has l..-. n
I rod, aid you are re-
rve .. opj ..I your An-
oinitt Io the DiMHnlullon
on ih. u/lfa's attornej.
I. W'H.I-'S. i\ I-..", |!i--
Mi.-mi. Flortdn Ml30
nrixlnal Answer or PI. a.l-
ifflce i ih.. Clerk of the
i on ,,,- i.[-,,,,. the 33rd
'. IS7I. If you fil to do
bj 'i.-iaulk will I..- Mken
I..I !l,,. |-W|J.., ,|,.m..,,|.,|
I'".., f.,r fi-.o|niion of
im tmcN?7oSE 0F ACTION
7-.T^E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EFEFNT,o,r;uDIC,AL circJit
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-15574
_.__PETITION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
in t.l-.: 1 he Murrlaai of
l.\ .\"I>A X. j|OI I.. .IK wife nnd
I'AIIUV XIOl 1.. .| I". Husband
I". BARKY MOI.DOFF
Apartment i-it
South loi'th Plaia
' imaha, \.-i.i.,.;.,,, ,;.]:
i v ,'u; .'Y:..:Y M<" nKK. are here,
by, notified thai a Petition for IHhho-
"....." ol Uarrlam has been filed
ayalnsl >.. and you are required to
.-..v.- a ...|.y of your Answer or
PIOMllne to the Petition for Dissolu-
tion oi Marrince mi Petitioner's ai-
"'. ':>- MJKRS, Is.M'IAX. PORTER
1.KVIXSI..X KKXIX. Ilfib SW V.,
Street, Miami. Florida :::,;:. "
file the oiitlnal Answer or Plendlna
'",I1"1 'fl..... oT the Clerk of the Cir-
cult on or before ihe I7ih day of
September. 1971 If you fall to do so
ju.lam.-ni by defanll will be taken
aifulnst you for the relief demanded
Mirrr.e n "'ssolutioii of
This noli.-e shall he published on.-e
eaen u-e..|t for four mn...-.utiv.- ....k-.-
InTHHJRWWH KLoiumav
wSSS?8.*^^ "KMSRBIl at Miami.
Florida, this i-jd, jny f Auvust 1S71
.. 'I'-I-KATHBUMAX, (l.-rk.
< lr.-ult Court, Dade Cotrntv, Florida
By: c. p. copm and
Deouty t'lerk
fClreull fftiin SeaM
MYKR8, KAPLAN, PORTKR
f K\TN80N & KKX1X
11 j" S.W. 1st 8treet
-Miami. Florida S31 JO
Attoi-n.vs for I". tltloner
I M-S
LEGAL N0TKE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE's'coURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
....... No. 71-3168
in i:i. Estate o(
fcWTHKR Mil: \
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I o All in dltora and All I-. rsons Hav-
ing i lalma ..r Demands Agiilnm Said
Ksiate:
You are hereby notified and requlr-
> to in .-.in any claims anil .1.-man.Is
wlii.-h im, ,ay have HgKlllHt the .-.
"Jlj 01 fcsTHER HHEA deceased late
01 Daile County, Florida, lo Ihe Coun-
ts Judges of Da.ie County, and file
in. name, in duplicate and as provided
In Section 7:::: 16, Florida Statutes, In
in.-ir ofin.-s in ii,,- County Courthouse
In Dade County, Florida, wlthrn six
a|.-n.lar month! from ih.- time of the
LEGAL NOTICE
of. or ih
llllo
ihis .-huh 7
nollne on
1-10
NOTICE OF ACTION
(No Property)
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-14212
ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
In BE: The Marriage of
VERONICA AllOSTIXO, Wife, and
BERNARD DAVE AUOSTINO,
Husband
T. >: BlSRNARD DAVE ACi IMTINl'
You. BERNARD DAVE AUOSTINO,
are bereb) notified that an action
for Dissolution of Marriage has been
Bled against you. anil you are re-
quired to serve a ropj of your writ-
ten defenses, ii any, to it on the r. -
lllionei s attorney, ALBERT U'll.-
BNSKV. U..11 Coin-onl Ituilding St
West Flaglei Street, .Miami. Florida
33130 BMd file (he ordinal with the
Clerk of ih.- Circuit Courl on or be-
fore the :i.,ih day ..i August, 1971;
otherwise a default "ill be entered
niralnsl you for the rellel ilemnnded
in tin.....mplninl or petition
This noil .- shall be published once
each week tot four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FI.OR1DI.VX.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this l'i.iIi day of .iui\ A i>
1971
I: I! I I! \'l HKIt.MAX. Clerk.
Cireull Court, Dade County, Florida
By; 1: M K1SKEE
Deputj Ch-rk
(i "ir.-llil Court Seal 1
A I IIERT Wll.i.VSK'V i:s..'l IRE
1 i"i Concord Buildlna
66 West Flagler Slreel
Mi.-im-. PTorliln
At lortn ^ fot )' ih- ner
7 h 11 6-13
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-14655
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
in RE: Th.- Marriage of
BERTRAM I-' KAl'FMAX, Husband
an.I AXXI-: HERTS KAIK.MAV. Wife
TO: BERTRAM I-" KACFMAN
..::: P< .111 Slreel
x.-w York City, x.Y. looss
You, BERTRAM F. KAl'FMAN.
are hereby notified that a Petition
f..r Dissolution of Marriage nan been
filed against you, an.I you are re-
quired to s.rve a ropy of your All-
swei or Ploadhig t" the Hill of Com-
plalni on the I'laimiffs attorney,
SIDNEY BFRON8ON, (IS Ainsley
Building, Miami. Florida 83182 and
file the original Answer or Pleading
iii Hi.- office of ihe Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before ihe li.ih day
of Sept., 11.71. If you fall to do so.
Judgment bj default will be taken 1
against von for th.- relief demanded ,
In Ihe (till of Cmi.laiiH
This notice shall be published onoi
each week f.-r four consecutive weekt
in TIIK JEWISH FliORIDIAX.
DONE AND OBDERED ul Miami
Florida, tins 30th day of Julj A D
11*71
i: 1: 1 EATHERMAX, Clerk,
Circuit Courl, Had,- County. Florid*
Bj i: M KT8HEK
1 tenuty ''i.i 1.
11 'ircull "ourl s. ah
Sll i.VEY EFItl. vsi IX
B12 Vlnsley Building
Miami. Florida
An..rn. i for Plnlnllfl
R6-I9 ft-27
first publication h.
will he barred.
Diiteil :,t Miami. Florida,
day of July. Al>. II.71.
RICHARD SHEA
As Executor
i-irst publication of this
ih.- Glh day of August. 1071
AARON BANNER
Attorney for RICHAKO BHBA
WM City National lhink Uld. |
__________________________ s i,-\::--j.i-j7
IN THE COUNTY JUDOES COURT I
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
N*. 71-3221
In UK: Estate of
SARAH SllEllt.
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Yog are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any blKhOH and demands
whic-h you may have against the es-
tate of SARAH SHKllt, deceased lute I
01 Dade County. Florida, to the Coun- 1
ty Judges of Pad. County, and ffjjl \
the same in duplicate and as pro- 1
vi.i.d in Section 733.16. Florida Stat- I
ute.-. In th.ir offices in the County 1
Courthoux in Iiade County. Florida, I
within si\ calendar months from the '
time of the first publicalli
..r ih.- same will he barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida.
day of August, A.D. 1971.
ARTHITR BHBIR
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
ih- Glh day of August, 1971.
SIMON, MAYS \- ORVXDWERn
Attorney lor liiaecutor
- Vlnsley Building
Miami, Florida SS1S2
s B-13 2I--2"
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY tllVEN that
the undersigned, debirlng lo engage Ii
business un.l.-r the fi.-iiiious name
of JOSEPH 11 MINER d'b'a JOE
1'AI.MKi: at 1649!" XI-:. I9lh Av.nu.
North Miami Beach, Florid:, Intend* I.
register said nnme with Ihe Clerk .i
th.- Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida
JOSEPH 1>. MIXER
MICHAEL J rJKTEl.MAN ESQI'IBE
Auot ney i"i Applicanl
1 -.; s E s ond si r.-. 1
Miami. Klorida
< 1.1 211 r. : :
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No. 71-14829
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In RB: The Marriage of
MARIA V lldii.M FEItitEIRA
Wife, PBTITII >NBR,
And
Jl 'Si: DA ROCHA FBRREIItA
Husband, RESPONDENT.
TO: JOSE DA ROCHA FERRBIRA
II.- Tow ns.nil Av.-iin. Apt 1
Bronx, New York 10452
VOC ARE HBREBV NOTIFIED
that a PETITION Full DISSOLU-
TION OF MARRIAGE has been filed
against you. You must file your an
jwer or other pleading with this of-
fice Oil or before the 7th day of
Si ptember, 1971, and a copy thereof
must be served on JOSEPH C.
1.AISSKI.. Attorney f,,r Petitioner,
is Seybold Building, Miami. Florida
SglM, or a default will be entered
against you.
DATED this 3rd day of August.
1971, at Stlatm, fade County, i-iori.ia.
Bj B. LBATHERMAN
Ch-rk, Circuit 1'ourl
Dade County, Klorida
Hy: C. V. COFBLANU
Deputy Cierk
(Cirtult Court Beat) B/S-H-2W-S7
,1 bj
this Sid
Jn '.I'ni-nn-i | Miami.
>- 111 day of July A D
'I^TMI-KMAX .-!,,I
V Ii.ol.- 1 mini -. pin, Ida
;': m EiSree
I'-nuiy cicrk
B" s...,h
1 Will l.-siix
Potltloner
Building
Pa SJiso
7 I3-S6 I 6-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY lllVEN that
ihe undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of \l!TlUi: x STADI.EX A SON
..1 '", x w 206th T. trace, North M ami
Reai h Florida Intends lo register
-aid name a llh ihe Cli rk .-f ihe Clr-
.uii Courl of Dade t'jiunty, Florida
A SIS. 1. INC
BY": IRTHI'R STADI.EX. Pn-sld. ll
BAXTER ft FRIEDMAX
Attomevx for Ai>nll.-ani
is?", V 1-: ISJrd street
North Miami Beach, Fin
7 :a. R .. !
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEBBBV GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
111 business under the flclitlnUK nam.
of PRANKKI/S I.IXFXS at 2525 Col
Una Av.nu.-. Miami Reach. Fl.....0
intends to register said name with
the cierk of the Circuit Courl 01
Mad. Count) Florida.
1 1 xi.a FRAXKEI.
MAC M BUM ELI.
Attorney for Linda Frankel
II..... s W Third Avenue
Miami. Fieri.I-1 SSIS9 ^ ^ ........
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-2175
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE OF PROBATE
III RE. Estate ol
MEYER FRANK
Deceased
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO A I.I. PERSONS INTERESTED
IN THE ESTATE OF SAID DECE-
DENT.
You are hereby notlBed thai n
iviitten Instrument purporting to be
ihe last will and testament of anlil
il, ,-e.|, nt has h.-.-ii admitted In pro-
hate 111 said Court You are hi rebj
commanded within six caleiidai
months from the dale of Ihe flrsl
publication of ibis notice In appear in
-aid Court and show .alls., il a'M.V yoll
ran, why Ihe action of said Court in
admitting said will 10 probate should
not stand tint-evoked.
JOHN R. BIANTON
County Judge
llv: MEI BA c DICK
Cler'-
C.J. Seal
STANDBY M. PREDof
Prod and Newman. Attorneys
wi-kii;, Dade Federal Buildliii
101 East FlaKler Street
Miami, Florida 33131
377-0268
First publli alien of Ihls nol.......11
Ihe 13th day of August. 1971.
13-30-2" 9 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN thai
tin- undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the flctitlou* name
of CRiiCCH CHI-:.MICAIS .11 3T5S
8 W 129th SI Miami, Fla. inleinls
to register Maid nam.- with the Clerk
of Ihe Circuit Courl of Dade County.
I'lorida.
S Fl OYT> C CROCCH
1:1 1;i:\i-: LEMLICH
\uorii.-v foi 'roil. Ii > 'In 1111- al-
2720 W. Flngl" 1 SI
Miami. Fla SS183
v _ii- .7 -.. 3-10
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-10.15
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Ei late of
SADIB BECK
Deceased
To All Creditors and ah Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Aguiiisl Bald
Estate
You are hereb} aollfleil and re-
lulred in present 11 n> clnlms and de-
mands which > "ii may have ngiilnsl
b,- esii.le of SADIB BRCE .I.e. ..-.-.I
ate of Pad. Coiiinv. Florida, to till
.'iuiiiv Judgoa of iiade County, nnd
lile ih.- same iii duplicate and as
inovide.i iii Section 733.16. Floridu
Sialuies. 111 Ih.lr offi.es in Hi.- Coun-
ty Courthouse iii Dado County, Flor-
ida, within si\ r-nli mklr moiilhs from
the Hum of the first nubllnatlon here-
of, or ih.- same will !.. h.n red,
Staled i.i Mian..' Florida, thin lib
iht] ..' Vngu '. v 11 1971.
D>N M 1' s IM'. h VXD
EI-AINK 1 '-'i "K i: HIN
\. i--. .-.ii.ir-
First publieation of H.is notice on
Ih.- 13th .lav ol \..i-.is|. 1971
<;v:i ROE fill IIERT
Attorney for Fv.-enio,-
One 1 -in. .-In Road Building
Miami Beach Florida
13-20-2" 9 ::
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
No. 71-19116
NOTICE TO DEFEND
In RE: The Marriage of:
DOLORES MA1UAN PAWDOWSKI,
Wife, Petitioner.
AND,
MARION F.D.MONP PAWI.OWSKI.
Husband. It. .-j,end. or
TO: Marion Edmond PaWlowskl
1116 West Washington Street
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53204
TOTJ are hereby notified that vour
wii'e filed a petition for Dissolution
t>f Marriage. In this Court, and that
you must s.rve a copy of your An-
awer or other Pleading upon JOSEPH
C. l.Al'SSEL. h.-r attorney, at 71K
Seybold Bldg., Miami. Florida 33132,
ana file the Original thereof in this
Court, on or before September 17th.
1971,
fan. not. otherwise Default will
be entered against you.
Haled: August C. 1971, at Miami.
Dade. Florida.
1-: It. I,EATHERMAX,
Clerk. Circuit Court
By: C. P. Ct iPBLAND
Deputy Clerk
ll 'Ircull 'OUrl Seal 1
1 iSEPII c. I.AUSSEL
Attorney At l.-i,v
7is Snyliold Bldg
Miami. Plot Ida 33133
Conns. I for Petitioner
Tel ::7i-\..7l
5 13-30-2" :;
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBRBBY UIVEN that
th.- undersigned, desiring lo engage In
business under ihe fictitious nam.- -i
CBNTCRY DRAPERY SERVICE at
IM X W. 24th Slr.el. Miami. Fla, in-
tends io register said nam.- with thi
ci.rk ..I ih.- Circuit Court ol Dude
1 'mtii 11. Florida,
JOHN IIARIIOSA
8 13-20-27 9 3
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBRBI1Y fllVBN thai
ihe undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fb-ltitious name
of RADIO ABROPl'EHTO ..t Still
u .111.11 1.an.-. Key Blscayne, Fla
Intends t>. register said name with
the ci.rk of ihe Circuit Court of
I lade 1 'ountj I'lorida
JOSE .1 VILA
s 20-27 9 ::-l"
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBREUV OIV'EN that
Ihe undersigned, desiring to .nuage
in business under ihe fictitious name
of APARTMENT LOCATOR SERV-
ICE at 10903 North Kendall Drive,
Miami, Fla. Intends to register Bald
name with the clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County Florida
1:1 ItTox SIBOEL
i:i-l-"-:7 J
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 71-14006
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
in RE: Th.- Marriage ..!
LEN8EY A. I.OYD, husband
and JANET M. I X > Y'l >. wife
TO: JANET M. I.OYI)
address unknown
residence unknown
You are hereby notified thai a
Petition for Dissolution of Marri-
age has been id.,1 anaiiisi you and
you .;-, hereby required to serve a
copy of y-.ur answer or pleading to
the Petition on the Husband's attor-
ney, ROIIERT II. I'.CRNS. EStjI'lKl!,
whose address is Uo" Lineolii Road.
-Miami Beach, Florida and file the
original with the Clerk ot the above-
styled court on or before the 31st
day of August, 1971. If you fail to do
*o. Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief deniaitded
in the Petition fl,,- Dissolution of
Marriage.
This noli.-.- shall be published one*
each w.-ek for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FTXHttDIAN.
B. It. LBATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court. Had.- Count}-. Florida
By I.. SNEEDEN
IW-inity Chrk
Circuit Court Heall
ROBERT H. Bt'RNS
:::.<' Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
7 .:n 8/6-18-30
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVF.N that
Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name
01 COMPUTERIZED REGISTRATION
SERVICES at :.4" Lincoln Road, Mi-
ami Beach, Klori.1.1 Intend t,. regis-
ter said nam.- with the Clerk 01 the
Circuit Court of Had. County, Klorida.
TH. i.MAS P ROWLAND
CIO" IRflE (SILL, JR.
R 6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTR'K IS HBJtEBY UIVEN
the un.l.-i sinned, desiring
Ihe undersigned, desiring lo engugi
in business under lb.- fictitious nam.-.-
of MARSHALL Zl'CKBR, M.l> i MAR-
SHALL ZI'CKBK, Ml>. I'.A at
630 Alton Road, Miami Beuch, Fla.
and al Suite 601, 1150 X W. 14th
Street, Miami. Fla. Intends to register
-aid names with th. Ci.rk of the Cir-
cuit curt of Dade County, Florida
S. MARSHALL SMICKER. Ml'.. I'.A.
SPAlUiBR, ZK.MKI.. ROSKIN ,v
HBILBRONNKH P.A.
Attorneys for applicant
100 X. Itis.-avne Boulevard
Miami. Fla
s 6-13-20-27
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 71-15104
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION OF
PETITION FOR ADOPTION
In i:k-
ADOPTION OF FRANCIS RALPH
OAI1RF.CK, A K A FRANCIS
RALPH I1AI1SZEWICS5 AND
JACQI'ELYN OAIIRECK. A K A
.1.\C<;r 1:1.YX C1AB8ZEWICZ
Mlnoi s
T" >: LEONARD F. flABRBt "K
A K A LEONARDF
tJABSZEWICZ
1334 Jackson Blrei
C,111.1.-n. New .I.i si j 06104
YOI' Mil-: HER Ell Y NOTIFIED
that II I'.-llli'-n il.l- I". II filed III llle
above styled Court I'J FRANK I:
1'HAN DON for the adontli
FIIAXCIS RA1 I'll HADRKCK,
A K A FRANCIS RAI I'll OAB8ZE-
VVJCZ. and JACQI'BI.YN IIAP.REI'K.
A l< A JACyl'ELYN UABSZBVVICZ,
nniiois lo ih.- Petltl......r. FRANK
1: ccaxI'oX. and you are required
10 serve a copy HWel or Objection! In show cause
\\h\ said Petition should nol be
uranied, on ihe attorney for Petl-
: tinner. MORTON ll ZEMBL. IK7S
x 1: 1 usrd Street, Worth Miami Bench,
Florida, and file the original in the
; offi.....r the Clerk of the 'Ircull
! Court "ii or I,.-for.- ihe 17th -l.t\ of
September, 1971. If you fall lo do so,
in,Ik.....nt i.v defauli ill be taken
acain-i \011 for ih.- i. ii.-! demanded
I in the I '..nil.lain!.
This notice shall be published once
! eaeh Keek for four eons. Illive weeks
in THE JEWISH Fl.oRimAN
HONK AND ORDERED al Minml,
Klorida, this 6lh day of August, 1971
I i: n. i.i:atiii:i:.max. cieti>
.'ir. uii Couri. Dade County, Florida
It] .' P Ct >I T: 1 AND
Denutv Cl.-rk
ii;.- mi Court s.-aii
i 1RTI IN M"ZF..MI-:l.
Ai'oi-nev for Petitioner
117" V. E. 163rd Sir.-.-i
Nol ih Miami Beach, Florida
11 20-37
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-14520
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
In RE: Th.- Marriage of
WII.1.IVM LETT, husband and
! VTRIOIA LETT, Wife
T" .; PATRICIA LETT
::is North Avenue
Pnlnesvllle, i ihlo
Yon. PATRICIA LETT, ar. hereby
nnllfled Ibat a Hill Complaint
Divorce has been filed against you,
and >"oU are requirinl 1" serve u eopy
-i' your Answer or Pleading lo the
BUI of Complaint on Ihe I'laimiffs
attorney, DAVID K. STONE IM
X IV. ISIh Avenue. Miami. Florida.
and file the original Answer or
Pleading in Ihe iifYice of Ihe Cli rk
_: ihe Circuit Courl .oi oi before the
I 7th day of Septemhi r. 1971. Ii you
[fall lo do s,., judgment bj default
' will I..- taken against you for the re-
llel demanded In the Bill : enm-
; plain I
'I'lns notice shall be published oi.....
I each w.-.-k for four eonseeullvi weeks
in THE JEWISH ELORIDIAX
DONE AND ORDERED Miami.
Florida, ibis 29th dill of July A.D.
1971
i: i: i.i: \tiikii.'.ian. Clerk.
Cireull Court, Dade County, Florida
. By: c I.. ALEXANDER
Deputy Ch-rk
(l 'itvuit Courl Seal
li.W'll' B. ST< INE
10) \ W U'th Avenue
Miami. Florida
Attornej for Plaintiff
R 6-13-20-27
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 71-12733
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In RE: The Marriage of
BARBARA ORAY and LARRY tRAT
TO: LARRY OKAY
Residence I'nknouii
YOU ar. hereb) notified that Petl-
u......r. BARBARA HRAY. has filed
a petition agalnsl you In Ihe above-
styled Curt for the dissolution of
ih.- marriage therein, and you are
r. .pined to serve n
msw .-r or other plendli
n MICHAEL A. I.IPSKY,
l-l.-.l.-r Street, Miami. Flmi.
?p\ of your
llgs, ii any Up-
West
33180,
Attorney for Petitioner, BARBARA
iSRAV, and file the original thereof
with the Clerk of said Court on or
h< fore the 7th da) of September,
otherwise, .- Judgmenl hy de-
fauli will be tnken ngnlnst you grant-
ing said dissolution .-I* maniac, and
ih.- relief demanded in the petition.
WITNESS. ni> hand nnd Ihe s-en| ,.f
-.id Court ai .Miami. Florida, til 1st
:id da) of August, 1971.
i: B. LBATHBRMAN,
Clerk ..i the Cimull C url
B) c P c.l I -71 \\l>
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Ifewislh Floridiairi
Si. Florida Friday, Aug. 20, 1971
Israel Faces Difficult Days
In General Assembly
Section B
;ency's Founding Assembly Was
'A Milestone In Jewish Unity'
By BORIS SMOLAR
jr-ln-Chief Emeritus, J.T.A.)
'.'SALEM Anyone who
to visualize a world Jewish
nent in creation should have
ed the Founding Assi mbly of
cconstituted Jewish Agency
Irael.
than 300 "founding fa-
:rom Jewish communities
lands came to this historic
ve which marked a mile-
in Jewish unity. It was a
impressive four-day gather-
^f representatives of all ele-
in world Jewry. The largest
ition almost a third of all
'locates came from the
States. Its influence was
jly felt in all plenary sessions,
specially in the working corn-
where plans were laid l'or
:tivities of the reconstituted
ley.
[was for the first time in the
ry of the Jewish Agency that
irs of Jewish Federations and
fare Funds in the United
|s were taken into full partner-
| Into the governing bodies of
Ji wish Agency which have
Srto been composed of Zionists
The reconstituted Jewish
|K?y is now built on a 50-50
, with Zionists constituting
50^> of the leadership, the
linder composed of Jewish
I from various countries
rily the United States
^^have never been affiliated with
I Zionist movement but who
the interests of Israel close
heir hearts.
strong demarcation line be-
bn the Jewish Agency and the
fad Zionist movement was in-
jured at the Founding Assem-
[in a document signed by the
gates and presented In s ilemnl
Irnony at the first plenary
n. No longer will anyone be
ri- the impression that the
Uh Agency and the World
fist Organization are the same
ion. Each of the two bodies
now have separate leadership,
rat" functions, and a separate
fcet. Each of them will eon-
its activities independent^-
budget of the World Zionist
rutive will henceforth have to
overed from Zionist sources.
reconstituted Jewish Agen-
undcr the agreement signed
{each of the participating dele-
to the Founding Assembly
becomes a central body of
entire world Jewry Zionists
and non-Zionists with American
non-Zionists, under the leadership
of Max Fisher, noted American
Jewish figure and president of the
Council of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds, having a strong
say in the shaping of policies of
the Agency and in the making of
its decisions.
New Dimensions
The Israel government and
Israelis in general welcome the
change in the Jewish Agency. They
especially welcome the fact that
the American Jewish communities
will now become active partners in
the policy-making organs of the
Agency.
There is a feeling of great af-
fection for Max Fisher in Israel,
and his becoming the chairman of
the council of the reconstituted
Jewish Agency the highest gov-
erning body between the annual
Assemblies is looked upon by
the Israelis as a great gain. The
chairman of the reconstituted
Jewish Agency is Louis Pincus, the
able Israeli leader well-known in
the United States and throughout
the Jewish world.
New dimensions will now be
added to the work of the Jewish
Agency, including programs which
embrace the strengthening of edu-
cation in Israeli institutions of
higher learning, health and wel-
fare services, care and training of
youth. Immigration, absorption of
immigrants, housing of immigrants
will, of course, remain the basic
functions of the Agency. But vari-
ous other concerns will also be-
come now the obligations of the
reconstituted Agency. This will of
course be reflected in the Agency's
budget.
The proposed Agency budget for
the fiscal year presented to the
Founding Assembly shows that
the Agency will be in need of
more than S572 million in 1971-72
as compared with less than $362
million of the previous year. The
difference will have to come
chiefly from contributors in the
United States through the United
Jewish Appeal. With the domi-
nant role which American Jewish
leadership will now play in the
reconstituted Jewish Agency and
in all of its governing bodies.
there will no longer be a situation
which some termed as "taxation
without representation." American
Jewry will be represented solidly
in all organs of the Jewish Agency.
It was interesting to note at the
deliberations which took place in
the committees of the Founding
Assembly that the initiative to re-
organize the Jewish Agency and
to give the non-Zionists a stronger
voice in its decisions, came from
Zionist leadership in Israel. This,
it was believed, will stimulate
greater involvement in the Agen-
cy activities on the part of Jews
in the United States, England,
France and other countries who
are far from considering them-
selves as Zionists but who are
eager to come to the aid of Israel
in helping to solve the country's
human needs, to bring in as many
immigrants as possible, and to
provide for their absorption in the
best possible way.
Soviet Shadow
The Founding Assembly did not
forget the Jews in the Soviet
Union. This was made dramatically
Continued or Pagi 15-
JERUSALEM (JTA1 Israel's
desire to nullify the growing
Arab-Soviet drive to isolate it
and the United States at the
U.N. General Assembly opening
Sept. 21, was reflected at this
week's Cabinet meeting in a
two-hour discussion of the rele-
vant items on the Assembly's
Provisional Agenda.
Israeli leaders are quietly or-
ganizing plans to counter a pos-
sible Egyptian diplomatic offen-
sive, it was reported. The fact
that the Arab-Soviet bloc at the
U.N. has nearly 70 votes at the
Assembly was the background
for their concern.
Gideon Ttaiaei, director general
of Israel's Foreign Ministry, is
making an official tour of the
Scandinavian countries to which
he was invited, and is expected
to use his visit to make hiph-
level contacts before the As-
sembly session. He is expected
to visit Sweden and Iceland next
week, meeting with the Foreign
Ministers of those countries.
Hezzet Usmall, an Egyptian
government official is also ex-
pected to visit Scandinavian
countrieshe is expected in
Denmark, Sweden. Finland and
Norway at the end of August.
Jordanian delegates have been
sounding cut other delegations
et the U.N. regarding the possi-
bility it may raise a complaint
in the Security Council that Is-
rael is "Judaizing" East Jeru-
salem, Other Arab countries in-
dicated little enthusiasm when
Jordan announced that intention
a month ago. and it had been
assumed that Jordan had aban-
doned the idea. There may also
be an effort to create a U.N.
commission to look into the Jor-
danian charges on behalf of the
Security Council it was also re-
ported.
30 U.S., Israeli Scholars
Participate in Dialogue
Some 30 American Jewish and
Israeli scholars and community
leaders participated in the four-
day annual symposium sponsored
by the American Jewish Congress
at the Weizmann Institute in Re-
hovoth, Israel.
The group included Prof. David
Landes, Harvard University his-
torian. Washington attorney Paul
Berger, Rabbi Israel Dresner of
Wayne. N.J.. and Rabbi Myron
Fenster of Roslyn. N.Y., Prof. Irv-
ing Horowitz. Rutgers University
sociologist, and Carl Gershman of
.\ Committee for Peace and Democ-
racy in the Middle East.
State Department, Israeli
Embassy Issue Denials
WASHINGTON (WNS)
' Department spokesman
to it J. McCloskey has denied
Bnorts that the United States
Oposed a Big Four Indochina-
conference on the Middle
st with Egypt and Israel
rticipating, but reports were
ing circulated both here and in
irai 1 that a new formula for a
rtial settlement between Is-
el and Egypt that could lead
a reopening of the Suez Canal
b< ing prepared in an effort to
ad off a demand that Ambas-
dor Gtinnar V. Jarring's Mid-
s mission be revived- a move
I ct< d next month in the U.N.
neral Assembly.
Israel Embassy eategor-
| led a front-pace story
the Washington Post which
last week under Staff
Biter Stephen Klaidman's by-
'' claiming that Israeli Am-
bassador Yitzhak Rabin had
quoted Assistant Secretary of
State Joseph J. Sisco as sug-
gesting a deep withdrawal from
the Suez Canal for Israel and
an Egyptian advance across the
waterway to within 15 miles of
the Israeli positions.
"Everything In the Post story
. simply is untrue" an Israeli
siwkesman said. "They (thesug-
gestions) have never been made
anywhere."
Both the State Department
and the Israeli Embassy have
repeatedly declined to be drawn
into public discussion on the de-
tails of the Sisco meetings in
Israel, citing commitments to
that el f> Ct Even officials who
have sometimes disclosed infor-
mation to newsmen they trust
have declined to discuss tne
Sisco talks.
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States; Sen. Richard S. Schweiker. R.-P
Deputy Minister of Health Abdul Aziz Zuabi.
first Arab member of the Israel cab.
Dr. Chloe Tal. Hadassah scientist who has
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Go?.. Aharon Yar.v, head of the I
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rles E Silbennan; Pro'. Seys
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Friday. Aug. 20, 1971
fJenisli norktiam
Page 3-B
Liebman Invited To Governor Appoints Larry Silverman
Participate In Study
["he Cnter for the Study o! lies ol Mexico and other parts of
( ah nt Temple Universltj Latin America has been invited by
Phili.lijpji... Pa., and the Insti- Di Danjel J. Eluzar, director o'f
project and director >f tlv

I-awrenoc Silverman of Bay seminar considering United Fund
JJ??i In, IsJ?nrt .w?8 PPOtated by | money-raising nut hods.
Mr. Silverman a graduate of
Gov. Reubin Askew to succeed
Northwestern University School of
Law. has lived in Greater Miami
suice 1939. Hi' and his wile have
made thoir home at HXM'.' E.
Broadview Dr., Bay Harbor Is-
lands, since 1951.
; enti r for the Study ol Federal-
WrTHIt Tr-mpTe University. I
study.
fSTMOM B. UIBMAN
tm oi vista Affairs in London.
are co insoring a world-wide
ttudj 8 be organization and jw-
-f contemporary Jewish
comn .. designed to investi-
gate th^ various patterns of con-
temporary Jewish communal or-
gan / ii particularly as they
h ivc ooed or have been modi-
fied wine* World War II.
s > B. 1 iebman, \> 1m i-
well-kix n for his expertise in mat-
ters em Tnlra Jewish communi-
^3-fcr
Mr. Liebman, the author of
'- n i irio cts of the
5 ol the Jews in Latin An p-
lea, se ved as liaison ai d guiding
ipirit tor tne American Jewish
Committee during the soolological
lum y of the M :co City com-
munity that it sponsored several
He and his wife, Ma!-
rina, resided in Mexico ibr over
six years and have traveled
throughout i. iti,: America,
Mr l.. m in. ilie lias taught
the historj ol the .lews in Latin
America ii the University of Mi-
imi, i similar courses
u the i>>i town Campus ol Mi-
imi-Dade Junior College com-
nencing \". in id iv evening, Sept.
15. The course will run for '<>
weeks: classes will be held at the
First Methodist Church. N.E. 1st
Avenue mid 1th Stre<'t.
The end results of the project,
thi' most ambitious undertaking
ever broached in the field of Jew-
ish puhiic affairs, should range
from academically valuable studies
I very unique political and social
systems and proposals Un- the Im-
provement of Jewish communal In-
stitutions and services t i educa-
tional materials designed to fill
the present gap in the teaching of
.leu Isfl civics.
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OLIVER MANOR
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Announces the Catering of Kosher Meat Meals
Bv (ONTINP.NTAI, CATERERS OE MIAMI
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whose term on tin- Veterans' Ad-
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Mr. Silverman. a member ol the
Harry H. Cohen Post No. 723.
Jewish War Vcti rans. has recent-
ly become involved in government
as a result of his pride in the
community. He is a member of ih>
Greater Miami Anti-Defamation
League and B'nai B'.ith. a 32nd
degree Mason-Blue-Lodge-Nor-mi
2.").'i K.&A..M.. Miami Consistory
Valley of Miami-Orient of Florida
and Tempi.' Mahi Shrine.
One of the founders of the Hotel
and Motel Division of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal, he has serv-
ed as the Division eoehairman for
the past 17 years. He has also been
a fund-raiser for the United Fund
in Bal Horbour. Bay Harbor and ,
Surfside. Both hi- and his wife.
Shari. are enthusiastic workers in |
behalf of the Jewish Home for the
Aged (Douglas Gardens) and he
serves as president of its Men's
club and recently represented tne
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*. knist fkrklicir
Friday, Aug. 20, 1971
Ol
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A
The Jew: Self And Society' Is
Theme Of Greenfield Institute
An impressive array of out-
standing scholars headed by Dr.
Karl Merminger will provide the
base for a new programming con-
cept for the annual Sunday morn-
ing Eugene and Shirley Greenfield
Institute for Adult Studies at Tem-
pi.' Israel of Greater Miami. "The
Jew: Self and Society" is the year's
then
The 10 visiting lecturers will be
augmented bj
. Sept. ]
the tu sitj of Mi-
ami
will inclu
Sandmel ol
' v Unio ih In-
stil
It '. will be

[he

On D in of the University of Mich-
igan, will discuss "The Psychology
of Women and the Meaning of
Love."
R bi Arthur Hertzberg of Tena-
fly. N.J., a member of the govern-
ing body of the World Jewish |
A ncy, will be here Doc. 19 to
provide "Another View of Israel"
where he spent the last year on
*ica!.
On Jan. 9. the colorful editor of
the 'Jewish Spectator," Trade
R tsemarin's topic will be
"The Cultured Jew: A Noat
Portrait from Memory." Rabbi Ed-
win H. Friedman, of the Bethesda,
Md., Jewish Congregation, will lee-
r P ir nts
Jan. It'.
: Rattli
I popular
Israel. 5 on
ilen .
A ther rep ter will
On March 5. Sister M
Traxl ng director of the
National Cath
Interracial Justice, wi|l provide U>
sights on 'The R iman Catholic
Church hi I on March
I M -- Priesand, who will
be oi the first -
I: -brow T
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Limited Openings Remain
At South Dade Academy
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Friday, Aug. 20, 1971
vjewisii ihrkUan
Page 5-B
Women's Division Installing Mrs. Burton Levey
The first in a seriea of events
Echedu;. bj the Women's D
"' the I.. it : Miami Ji wish Fe I-
entton w:ii tn- iti annual open
lx>ard institute and installation of
''; rs, which will be held Tues-
i J Aug. 31, from 10 a.m. to
Mrs. Burton R. Levey, who will
&
'
Ik- installed for a second term as
lent of the orj >n do-
"This will afford pe >p!o an
unity to participate in ri;s-
cussions itoout issues ol deep con-
cern to ..11 of us, and especially
the survival of the Jewish people."
The subject of the day a day
A panel discussion on a subject of "Will There Be a Jew-
ish Community in 1980?" will be a highlight of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation's Women's Division second annual
Board Institute installation of officers to be held Tuesday,
Aug. 31, at the new Greater Miami Jewish Federation Build-
ing. Previewing material related to this topic are (from left)
Eugene Greenspan, assistant director, Jewish Vocational
Service; Gordon Silverman, assistant director, Hillel, Jewish
Student Center, University of Miami, and Leon Fisher, execu-
tive director, Jewish Federation and Children's Service.
of sharing ideas and knowledge, a
day of participation to involve peo-
ple in the partnership that is the
Jewish community of Greater Mi-
ami, will be 'Will There Be a Jew-
ish community in 1980?'"
"In today's multi-faced and
changing society," said Mrs. How-
ard J. Trinz, chairman of the day.
"we must plan to meet the chang-
ing times and to seek solutions to
the many problems confronting the
Jewish community." Mrs. Trinz al-
so urged every woman in Greater
Miami to join in this effort so that
"no one will lx> denied the oppor-
tunity of serving those in need."
A c ird ng to Mrs. Trinz. an in-
vitation has bee: extended to the
entire community to attend the
affair, which will be h"ld in the
v Greal tfiami Jew i h Fed : i
tion building at 4200 Biscayne
Blvd. Reserv itions may be made by
the Wonv i I >,-. Is on offic
The qu< sti <.- of the day wll
to b p inel compi Ised of My-
ron A. Berezin, executive direct
ym-VV.ua of Gr. at r Miami: Eu-
gene On. nsp in, e (ecu! b d eel
Jewish Vocational Service; Leon
Kisher. executive director, Jewish
Family & Children's Service; Gor-
don Silverman. assistant director,
Hillel Jewish Student Center. Unl-
versity of Miami, and Mrs. Robert
I. Shapiro, a member of Federa-
tion's Planning Committee on Jew-
ish Education.

&
Myron A. Berezin, executive director of the YM-YWHA of
Greater Miami, and Mrs. Robert (Brenda) Shapiro, a member
of the Federation's Planning Committee on Jewish Educa-
tion, will be panelists on the program, which is directed to
the guestion: "Will There Be a Jewish Community in 1980?"
ct the Women's Division's second annual Board Institute
end installation of officers Aua. 31.
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- kniU fkrfdian
Friday, Aug. 20 \yj\
3 Miamians To Receive
Honorary D.D. Degrees
Three Florid! ins \'i!l he hoi
by The Jewish Theological Semi-
n rj .1 America at i special con-
in the pulpit,
i). I nivers roront
New i >. and the
ii j He h >H< i bachelor -
. m Hebrew Lit-
erature ni to his 01 '
Miami Happenings
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l?>9B8/ Att/(?R>tr 4. AISTIT
vocal id .u ihi> Park
Avenue Synagogue in New York
on Sundaj. Aug. 29.
>: Murray A. Alstet ami
>. A. Le\1, both re-
U -!. and Rabbi Charles M. Rubel.
ol c ingn ^
B*l .' R iph i :. .Miami, will MUih
' ceivc !h. itinerary degree ol
Docl i ol Divinity ui recognition
- rvl s to the Americ m
.! a.-.i coni:r:u"..ty. ASAMg them,
i three ?!<. state stauu have
1 ,i total of V'7 yean in the
i tat .
RnhM Alstel th< senior member
of the sroup. counts 5S years as a
Btrn In Russia, he was
i i ,-.t City College ol !* m
York tELAi utd Columbia (Jnivar-
sit} M.A nd .'- u-d-.m il by
1 in 1915. He served
' n Pennsylvania and
i 'an in is w ell i< B 4h
ini, Milch in 1965
I Mm with .< special service
1 50th anniversary ol
i dinati m Rabl>i and kin. Al-
nd tin r son, Dr, MayssaKi H.
Alstet, live in Miami.
I veteran of 39 yean
Ordained bj the I >
Se : I R
I c ingi ?al >ns for 42 > ars
H : -; took him to M ic m,
; ce R.I.. b I
m i ni A : itivi ><
5 Rubel graduated
From Ot
the seminary.
The .1. wish T deal Sen
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il center of the <
tjv Movement in American Juda-
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teach* '-. cantoi s and laj
for commun re and <;
t is widely known for th < "Eternal
Light" pr giam :r -: its -
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S;s:e:hocds lor the year 5732
it illustrated with reproduc-
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themes executed in bold col-
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teaches and lectures about the
batik process, which she
learned while she and her
family were in India. The
NFTS art calendar, which con-
tains secular and Jewish holi-
days, a Hebrew calender,
weekly Bible readings and
space for daily engagements,
may be purchased from the
National Federation of Temple
Sisterhoods. 833 Fifth Ave.,
New York, N.Y. 10021. Price
is SI 50 plus postage.
Miami Ballet To
Audition Dancers
The V. ami Bal i t wttl hold oner.
tor 'l tneera, S iturday
:Auc. 20, .a .' ;>ni. In the Miami |
Conservatory, Sft8 SW 73-d St. J
Dancers mus4 bo at least l".: girls
[must bring tbeJr to>
Th- Miami Ballei will start re-
|hearsals in S< :: v' on ball t*
to 1 iven X iv. 27 ni th Dotk
Co Audit ii n Thorn is Ar-
dir i in I Rob)
Pik< ir. niD chan
0 o'uinal wor in Pan!
Comelin, ripal dancer a
ehoreosEasher the P nnsylvania
L will stagi i dr imatic bal-
let featuring gue*1 artists Alba
Calzada ,ikI Gerald Sibritt, p
cipal d incers >l the Pennsylvai
Ballet.
Guest artists Natalia Makarova
and Ted K.\ tt pi Lncipal dancers
of the American Ballei Theatre,
will tx> featured in two
deuxs from iiv it i reo -rtoi i
The outst ling stock
Sou m astern G laranb ed Title
Cbmp my. chart -
en d '> the State ol Florida In
a t:i home offices it Tam-
4^a. h Bated hi Kh-
rt 8. LewK A. Harris, '- *
Harrta, David H. Harris.
; of the company
n T imp
at 120 SE
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tei
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lent of 'he
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ii .-iit mem-
ol the *l" < >
month on i idio si itioti Wit >i i
..i eers of Hie 'Inited
u iii"Ui> have been ap-
; tinted to serve on Florida Bank-
Association Committees, 0*o,
v.. sio:-k. president <>f United
narrs >: [nc has
announced. They include Gul I-
P. Gsvisrti a nioi vice president.
Market Boi to the
Pul lie I'-'' itions Coi
lw';ih y.. Hokaiea, vice presi-
dent. United National Bank of
land, to the E xmomic K-ln-
r it in i i mitt.- Iiirakl L.
Prtee, isa stant h "t oJ
Coral Gables First National
to Hi American Institute
: Banking Commtttse; Thonm*
\. i*ra. ^mo1" \ ice president,
rtll.l WilUaiil D. ltuiMin. vici'
dent, Miami lkach F I st
National Bank, t the Bank
Manage nn nt < I tee anil
l Committee
An ;.;>n ic ItioX tilt-vl by a Jrf-
in.-., orgai mg
group cons sting .,: Arthll,
Mir-li mi. Jark I), (.on!
man M. CHBm, Harton )
mtc. DsrU s. Caaaer
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tin.
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Wth Ave .
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'Festival' Part Of Inflight
Entertainment On El AI 477
Women of shew business, led by the voice
of parliamentarian Ruth Dean Rudine, re-
cently dedicated their "Memorial Wall of
PROPS Shining Stars" to members who have
passed away through the years. Joining Mrs.
Rudine were, from left, Marion Powers,
Tillie Krongcid. Patsy Abbott, Carole Taran,
Jerri Kruger Pollak, Ethel Harr and Sara
Flam. Those honored included the late Ollie
Arnold, Cecilia Balis, Belle Barth, Pat Brom-
berg, Billie Ehrlich, Edythe Feldman, Dora
Kelly, Dee Kirsch, Olive Levin, Sylvia
Marder, Gertrude Samuels and Althea
Weber.
Cuban Congregation Names
Rabbi Meir M. Melamed
Rabbi Moil Masliah Melamed
pas been nam -t the new spiritual
leader of the Cuban Sephardic He-
BABBI mtlH m. MELAMED
Aew OongrosJ-tion. which was
Bounded in Sei>tenibt*i\ 19GS, and
Is located at 713 Washington Ave.,
Mi:nm Beach.
In making the announcement,
Con;:'gation president, Alberto
Beh.i:- stated. Tills is a growing
Community and we must progress
Into it. setting plans to expand our
religious activities; working dili-
f entty fpr th young people, and
t\v intenit t> Qftar our full coopera-
tion to the Greater Miami Jewish
rederaHpn in helping the needy
Jewish people in our community.
FURNITURE SALE
Antique mohogany Duncan Phyfft
dininj room table ond five choir*
S\IS- SmoH Queen Anne China
Cabinet $50; Tether $150;
Modern styled upholstered match-
ing bice solo and chair $50; Aqua
acrilot corset aaorox. 40 s. ydf. -
$300; Colt 373-3912 (otter 6
p.m. weekdays; 10 o.m. weekend*)
Israel and throughout the world."
Rabbi Melamed was born in
rurkey, where he played a very
Import tnt role in the life of the
Jewish community. He was princi-
pal of Talmud Torab of Eamirna;
professor of the Rabbinical Semi-
nar, and president of Brith Ivrit
Olamit in Turkey prior to his serv-
ice as spiritual leader of the Jew-
ish Center of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.:
and advisor to the Federation ol
Jewish Societies in Brazil.
The author of a numlx-r of books
concerning Jewish traditions and
th.' Torah which were published in
Spanish and Portuguese, has been
the spiritual leader of the Union
Sataradi of Mexico for the past
four years. H.' and his wife are the
parents of three pirLs.
Flamingo Chapter Party
Flamingo Chapter of Women's j
American ORT was to hold a \
card party at 12:.'K) p.m. Thursday i
in the card room at 1200 West j
Ave. Door prizes and refreshments j
will be Included,
Syrian 'War Games*
Called Bijrjrest Ever
The "war games" In which
Syrian tanks and plains took
part this week as President Ha-
fez Assad and del igations from
Egypt and the Soviet Union
watched, were called the big-
gestl in Syria's history, with
thousands of troops in addition
to armor and large formations
of warplanes taking pan in the
exercise.
After thn e days of clashes,
the border between Jordan and
Syria was quiet, and Jordan was
maintaining silence regarding
reports that 85 F-104 jets had
been flown in the bolster King
Hussein's Air Force and that
cargoes of military supplies had
been ferried in by U.S. trans-
port planes in recent weeks.
The "Hava Nagila Festival" is
part of the inflight entertainment
aboard Ki AJ's second "Ark," the
r 17 jumbo jet. which currently
overs the New York uonddn -
re I Aviv route three times each
week.
Lawrence Olivier recites the
'"id Psalm in English, Amikan
Gurevitch the 48th Psalm In He-
brew. Hedva Ve David sings "Take
Me Up." Arik Einstein croons
"When You Cry." and 17 other
singing sabras give voice to the
pop sounds and rhythms of young
Israel.
In addition. Beethovt n's Sym-
phony No. 6. conducted by Hans
Schmidt-Isserstedl of the Vienna
Philharmonic Orchestra precedes
Raphael Kubelik with the Israel
Philharmonic Orchestra, there are
biblical motifs on stereo, selected
spoofs and humor depicting Jew-
ish life in Israel performed by the
cast of the satirical revue "Unfair
to Goliath," and for contrast.
"Jerusalem Soul of Man," a mil-
jity holy to Jews everywhere
First-run movies are project I
simultaneously on four screens
the current general audience se-
lections are an Israeli-film dubb-d
in English and Pi tula Clark and
Peter OToolc in "Goodbye, Mr.
Chips."
All of El Al' passengers partici-
pate in the Hava Nagila Festival
a whole new dimension in sight
and sound, as ancient as the Bible
and as contemporary as tomorrow.
Sisterhood Supporting
Sky Lake Hebrew School
The Sisterhood of Sky L ke
'/nagogue has undertaken the
naintenance and support oi the
Wm and Sarah Udell Hebrew
School of Sky Lake Synagogue,
according to Mrs. Abe Panzer, vice
president and fund-raising chair-
man.
The Sisterhood will conduct a
rummage sale in the synagogue,
181M N'K 19th Ave., Sunday, Aug.
22 and Sunday, Aug. 29 from 10
deal dramatization, describing the-,, 4 p_m to b-netit the school.
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519 Dade Federal Building, Miami, Florida
RABBI SANFORD
PHONE 379-4553
M. SHAPERO, Director
Cordially Invites You To Join One Of Its Affiliated
Reform Or Liberal Temples In The Greater Miami Area NOW
Rosh Hashanah Begins Sunday Evening, September 19th.
TEMPLE JUDEA
5500 Granada Boulevard, Coral Gables
Serving Coral Gabl*s and South Dade
RABBI MORRIS A. KIPPER
RICHARD J. HORWICH, President
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL YOUTH GROUP
ADULT EDUCATION
For allilialian and information, phone 667-5657
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Beginning; Our 60th Year of Service
DR. JOSEPH R. NAROT, Senior Rabbi
BARRY TABACHNIKOPF, Asst. Rabbi
NICHOLAS L. BEHRMANN, Asst. Rabbi
JACOB 6. BORNSTEIN, Cantor
Services every friiay evening at 8:15 o'clock
Mid-Week Hebrew Classes: North Miamiat
Sabal Palm Elementary School
South Miami at West Lab School
For Temple Affiliaiion and Religious School Information
Call 379-8311
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The Reform Congregation of North Dado
18801 N.E. 22 Avenue, North Miami Btoch
Ralph P. Kingsley, Rabbi Irving Shulkes, Cantor
Sabbath Services: Fridays at 8:15 P.M.
Saturdays at 10:30 A.M.
For information concerning Membership Religious
School Registration, Youth Groups and our
varied activities for Young and Old
Call 949-3429
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DAVID CONVISER, CANTOR
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MAURY SCHWARTZ, Director of Education
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Applications for Membership now being
accepted, call Temple Office S38-7231
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South Miami, Florida
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Family. Religious School Hebrew School,
Adult Education and Youth Groups.
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Phone: 667-5587
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*Jeistneri Friday, Aug. 20. 197 i
njJJM.g ells Wing
MRS. ROUtT 1. WECHSLCR
MRS. LAWRtHCt H. KESSLtR
MRS. LEONARD R. WUSOH
Pivar-Schmirtz
The S p.m. Satuniay. Aug. 14.
Dupor.t Plaza Hotel. I Epsilon Pi fraternity.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and T,K> ,,,,. Mrs Kessler was at-
Irs. Morris J. Harris. 62-47 S\V InVll in a mi,ii-length Mexican
and Mrs. Seymour Pivar, are resi-
Among those present for the
-. i i ii liega sorority. Her hus-
II echsler-Harru Mrs. Wii-
Diane Harris became the bride ,_,_. B Kessler, 18851 NE 20th
of Robert Lee Wechsler Sunday. Uv North Miami Beach, grad- wedding of Nancy Schwartz. 6703
Aug. S. in a 11 a.m. ceremony ,..lW,'d irom Miami Norland Senior n. Kendall Dr.. and Bryan Pivar,
conducted by Rabbi Norman Sha- His,h school and the University of 3621 SW 20th St.. took place at
piro in the Assembly Room of the Miami. He is a member of Alpha Temple Beth-El, Providence. ILL,
where the bride's parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Schwartz., make their
home The groom's parents. Mr.
Mrs. Morris J. Harris. 6247 S\\ ,nVll in a mjdj-|Cngth Mexican j Mps Sevml
10th Ter., graduated from Miami- redding dress of white lace with | q{ 'Miami
Dade Junior College and the Ini- roso patterned lace edging the V-1
versity of Miami School of Busi-, nC4.k anj tight-fitting sleeves that
ness Administration and is cur- billow.xi at the elbow to a flare ceremonies conducted by Rabbi
rently employed by Haskins and pgjm above the wrist Her shoul- j William Braude, were the bride's
Sells, a national accounting firm, j dor iongth veil of illusion was at- grandparents. Mrs. Michael Au-
Her husband, the son of Mr. and tacned t0 a scalloped cap of lace gust and Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Mrs. Milton Wechsler, 1219 Coun- am, SlVll IX,aris and sno carried a : Schwartz, and the grandparents
try Club Prado. Coral Gables hem-length cascade of daisies and of tn0 briilegroom, Isadore Pivar
graduated from the University of babvs broath | and Mr ^ xlrs Nathan Teller.
Tennessee and is employed as a
Physical Education instructor in Maid of honor was Marlene \ graduate of Hope High School
the Dade County Public School Schwartz, the bride's sister: Donna jn providence, the new Mrs. Pivar
System. Diamond, Cynthia Kern and Judy i attended Northeastern University |
^, ... j_ u Pawlow were bridesmaids, and [ and graduated from Florida Col-
The new Mrs. Wechsler chose a ; the groonVs mcces_ Wendy and u-ge of Medical Technology. She
princess-Style gown of candMight Dawn Mehler. served as flower- is CUITently employed as a medical
skinner satin set off at cuff and ; gir,s The ^^ brother Jack examintfr bv Insurex Corp.. Miami.
neckline with appliques of Venice Kess,er was his bnt man. ^^ husband graduated from Coral
lace The Venice lace was repeated .ere ^ Makol Marc Novell Gables Senior High School and
on her detachable cathedral train _. MiK,0i n-nonhorcr ZL ,. c .. tn.^. ~,
which was attached watteau- and Mlchael Greenber*- the Un.vers.ty of South Florida at
fashion. Her Mary Queen of Scots After a honeymoon trip to tttel""* *"* is presently a Mies
headpiece held a three-tier veil of I Midwest, the couple plans to live j representative for Coro. Inc.
illusion and she carried a bouquet | in Chicago. 111., where Mr. Kessler
of white roses and white orchids.
MM. BRYAN MAM
MM. LARRY C. ZUCffKMAN
of the New England states ami The bride, who had teteoted I
week at a Pocono Mountains re-
sort.
The attendants" dresses were
fashioned of orange chiffon with
empire A-Iine bodice, ruffled
wedding band neck. The wide
cuffs of the exaggerated bishop
sleeves were trimmed with apricot
satin buttons; tiered veiling was
The bride selected an A-line
will be enrolled at the Illinois Empire gown of white silk or-
ZuckermanSandler
Temple Beth Torah was the set-
ting for the 10 a.m. marriage of
Shellie Sandier and Larry Craig
Zuckerman conducted by Rabbi
Max A. Lipschitz Sunday. Aug. 15.
The ceremonies were followed by
a reception for the couple in the
Seville Hotel, Miami Beach.
The daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Abbey Sandier. 1001 HE 211th St..
North Miami Beach. Shellie is a
graduate of Miami Norland Senior
High School. Her husband, who is
now a junior executive with his
firm, graduated from Miami Nor-
land also and attended the Univer-
sity of Miami. His parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Melvin Zuckerman. re-
side at 2110 NE 198th Ter.. North
Miami Beach.
gown of white dotted swIss. was
attended by Ellen Mandcll. Da\ii
Zuckerman served as best man.
Mr. and Mrs. Zuckerman will
honeymoon in Puerto Rico and
Nassau, after which they plan :>
live in North Miami Beach.
College of Optometry.
ff ilson-Pines
ganza. The bodice and traditional
pointed sleeves were sculptured
with Alencon lace and seed pearls
and the skirt was outlined with
lace and beads. Her detachable
cathedral- length funnel train was
scalloped with an edge of match-
ing lace. The Ann Boleyn head-
piece of Alencon lace and pearls
Mack-Kruger
Harriet Susan, the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Kruger. 5S05
Twin Lakes Dr.. and Stephen
Allen, the son of Dr. and Mrs. Roy
F, Mack of Atlanta. Ga.. were
married at noon Sunday. Aug. 15
at Kings Bay Yacht and Country
Club with Rabbi Max Shapiro of-
ficiating.
Both the bride and icoom Me
graduates of Coral Gables Senior
High School and both have earned
Bachelor's and Master's degrees
at the University of Georgia. The
bride majored in Special Educa-
tion; the groom majored in Coun-

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Laura Pines and Leonard Ron-
ald Wilson exchanged their mar-
riage vows before Rabbi Eugene
attached to a band of petalled Labovitz Sunday. Aug. 15. at Sky
chiffon to form their headpieces. Lake Country Club. The 6 p.m.
The matron of honor carried a ceremonies were followed by a re-ineld an elbow-length circular veil
cascade of orange roses and the! ception for the newlvweds at the i undcr which was a full-length veil
bridesmaids carried cascades of | club. of. silK illusion. She carried a mod-
Fujiyama roses and orange carna- fied cascade of phalaenopsis
tions. I A graduate of the Henley High j orchids, yellow sweetheart roses
! School. Jamaica, L.I.. N.Y., the and variegated ivy. The attendants
The bridal party included two I bride, who attended Miami-Dade
sisters-in-lawMrs. Janice Harris, Junior College, is the daughter of
matron of honor, and Mrs. Eleanor Lee and Anne Pines, 800 NE 195th
Wechsler. who served as brides-1 St.. North Miami Beach. Her hus-
maid along with Sharlene Malin. I band, a teacher at the Adelphi
Diane Kaminsky and Susan Rien-1 School in North Miami, is the son
were attired in bold yellow and
creamy white print chiffon gowns
reflecting the Edwardian era with
high collars and ruffled sleeves.
ner. The groom's brother. Robert
M. Wechsler, was best man; the
bride's brothers. David L. Harris
of Paul and Grace Wilson, 1660
Cleveland Rd.
The bride's sister-in-law, Janice
Schwartz, served as matron of
honor; her cousin, Lynne Pomer-
anz, the groom's sister, Michelle
and Sam R. Harris. Jan Ziegler: The bride selected a gown of Friedlander. and Ann Sn'yder were
and Jerry Bengis ushered. Deb-, peau de soie and a bouqutt of
orah Harris, a niece of the bride, I roses and orchids. She was at-
was flower girl; her nephew, tended by Debbie Wilson. Jon
Stephen Harris, was ring bearer, j Borovay served as the groom's
; best man; Leon Blumberg ushered.
Mr. and Mrs. Wechsler will
make their home in Coral Gables
after a honeymoon trip to Ocho
Rios.
Kessler-Schuxtrtz
Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz offici-
ated at the 11:30 a.m. ceremony
which united Deanne Schwartz
and Lawrence H. Kessler in mar-
riage Sunday, Aug. 15. at Beth
Torah Congregation. Her great-
grandmother's wedding ring was
used in the rites.
The bride, whose parents are
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome K. Schwartz.
1050 NE 169th Ter.. North Miami
Beach, graduated from Miami
Norland Senior High School and
attended Miami-Dade Junior Col-
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bridesmaids; junior bridesmaid
was Lisa Pivar, the groom's sister.
Joseph Abrotnovitz served as best
man; ushers included the bride's
brother, David Schwartz, Bruce
Nemanoff and John Schaefer.
The couple will live at 7743 SW
1 86th St. after a honeymoon tour
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MKS. STtFHCH A. MACK
s ling Psychology.
The bridal party included Judy
Toback. maid of honor, and the
bride'* sisters-in-law. Mary Kru-
ger and Nadine Kruger. brides-
maids; the groom's brother. Ron-
ald Mack, best man; the bride's
brothers, Joel Kruger ar.d Stuart
Kruger, and her nephew, Mark
Kruger, ushers.
After a honeymoon In Naples,
Mr. and Mrs. Mack will live in
Birmingham, Ala., where she ex-
acts to teach Special Education
while he studies law at Samford
limcrsity.
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Kuehinsky- Waksberg
Naomi Waksberg and Robert
Ira Kuehinsky were united in
marriage Saturday. Aug. 14. at
the Deauville Hotel. The candle-
light rites took place at 9 p.m.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Isaac WsJcsberg of Miami, is
a graduate of Ohio State Univer-
sity, where she received a dual
Baehelor.of Fine Arts and Bache-
lor of Scferice degree. She was in
charge of the art department at
Anne Arundel County Learning
Center* Annapolis, Md., until she
entered graduate school at Rut-
gers University, from which she
obtained a graduate degree In
Fine Arts in June.
The bridegroom, whose parents
are Mr. an^T-Mrs.. Abe Kuehinsky
o: Newark, "$.&. graduated from
P.utgerl University, where he was
a member of the Rational History
Honor Society. Phi Alpha Theta,
and the art^itor of The Humor
Magazine. H*> was a member of
the Moot Court Board and Phi Al-
pha Delta tegahiraternity at Cor-
nell L*w School from which he
received his" cWgree in 1967. Mr.
Kuchirtsky served as commanding
officer "of the 234th Military Po-
lice Detachment, Columbus. Ohio,
and h|S service" as a captain in
Vietnam as People's Self Defense
Advisor, Gia Dlnh Province, earned
him th Bronze Star and the Viet-
namese Medal of Honor, 1st Class.
The 'gown- selected by the new
Mrs. Kuehinsky was of candlelight
silk peau de soie embellished with
Alencon lace, tiny seed pearls and
sequins. Designed by Priscilla of
Boston, the dress had long sleeves,
an Empire bodice and A-line skirt.
Traditional tiny covered buttons
closed the .toack of the bodice,
which was trimmed with Alencon
lace, seed pearls and sequins; the
the Juliet dog collar, English net
bishop sleeves, chapel-length wat-
teau train and skirt were trimmed
with matching lace, pearls and se-
quins. Completing the Renaissance
mood was a.'bonnet of lace and
pearls holding a bouffant, finger-
tip length veil and a nosegay bou-
quet of small white sweetheart
roses, stephanotis, baby's breath
and Bakers' fern.
Beth Ann Tramer and Mrs.
Donna Isroff were- the honor at-
tendants; Marjorie Wolozin served
as bridesmaid and the grooms
cousin. Andra Shuster, was flower
girl. The bride's attendants were
wearing full length red, P'"k an.d
purple floral print gowns. Austin
AIM. ROBERT I. KUCHIHSKX
Andersen served the bridegroom
as best man; ushers were Stephen
I'vine, the groom's cousin, and
Robert Cohen.
The couple plans to live in Flem-
Ington. N.J.. where the groom is
presently associated with Italo M.
Tarantola in the general practice
of law.
Spira-Peyser
Joan Debra Peyser and Henry
Michael Spira exchanged vows in
a 7:30 p.m. ceremony conducted
by Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgard
in the Cotillion Room of the Eden
Roc Hotel at 7:30 p.m. Saturday.
Aug. 14.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Stanley Peyser. 55 Samana
Dr., Bay Heights, graduated from
Coral Gables Senior High School
and has been attending the Uni-
versity of Florida School of Nurs-
ing. A member of Delta Phi Ep-
silon sorority, she has made the
Dean's List and President's Honor
Roll there. This fall she will begin
her senior year at the University
of Miami, where her husband will
be enrolled in the School of Medi-
cine. The son of Mr. and Mrs.
K. Spira. 3615 SW 23rd St.. he
graduated from Coral Gables Sen-
ior High School and obtained his
Bachelor of Science degree from
the University of Florida, where
he was a member of Tau Epsilon
Phi fraternity.
The new Mrs. Spira chose a
gown of white silk organza with a
fitted satin weskit forming the
MRS. HfMtr M. SPIRA
Empire bodice. The bouffant skirt, |'
which flowed into a court train,
was heavily embroidered with
chalk-white sequins tracing the
soutache floral embroidery. Her
matching headpiece was an Anne
Boleyn wrap with a three-tiered
elbow-length silk illusion veil.
The bride's aunt. Mrs. David
Pinosky, served as her matron of
honor; bridesmaids included the
Broom's sister, Mrs. Francisco
Garcia, Mrs. Kenneth Koenigs-
berg. Shara Pavlow, Janet Man-
heim and Gerrie Lipson. Francisco
Garcia, the groom's brother-in-law,
served as best man; ushers includ-
ed his cousin, Herbert Brito, the
bride's brother. Robert Peyser,
David Whittington, Kenneth Koe-
nigsbcrg and Richard Moore.
Festive events preceding the
nuptials included three bridal
showers; Mrs. Bernard Bieler, Mrs.
Herber Feinberg and Mrs. Joseph
Rayvis were hosts at the King's
Bay Country Club; at the David
Williams Hotel. Mrs. Arthur Koff,
Mrs. Murray Turetsky. Mrs. Sey-
mour Schulner. Mrs. Arthur Rosi-
ntk, Mrs. Norman Cabel and Mrs.
Manuel Lubel were hosts, and the
one at the sorority house was
given by Janet Manheim and Ann
Lynn Denker. A "meet and greet"
cocktail party was also sponsored
by the bride's aunt and uncle, Dr.
and Mrs. David Pinosky, her great
aunt and uncle. Dr. and Mrs.
Leonard Paul, and Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Touby. who graciously
offered their home for the occa-
sion. The wedding rehearsal din-
ner was hosted by the groom's
parents.
Jamaica was the couple's honey-
moon destination; they will live in
Coral Gables upon their return.
MRS. MATTHEW fRANKIL
Chapter To Hold
1st Board Meet ins
The Miami Beach Chapter of
Hadassah will be holding its first
board meeting of the new season
at the Algiers Hotel Monday
Aug. 30. at 10 a.m.
The Chapter s newly-elected of-
ficers include Mrs. Sherman Fast,
president; Mrs. Emanuel Mentz,
organization vice president; Mrs.
Benjamin Steinmuller. fund rais-
ing vice president; Mrs. Jack
Miller, membership vice president;
Mrs. Sol Boneparth, Mrs. Sol
Greenberg, Mrs. Rose Kopel, Mrs.
Sylvia Kurland and Mrs. Abe
Ruslin. area vice presidents; Mrs.
Bess Baruch, treasurer, Mrs. Sol
Dane, financial secretary; Mrs.
Marcella Monford, recording sec-
retary; Mrs. Joseph Rosenberg,
corresponding secretary, and Mrs.
Hyman Chabner, social secretary.
The Chapter is sponsoring the
premiere of "Fiddler on the Roof"
at the Sheridan Theatre Thurs-
day, Dec. 16. Proceeds of the bene-
fit movie will go for cancer re-
search at the Hadassah Hebrew-
University Medical Center. Reser-
vations may be made by calling i
the Miami Beach Chapter office. |
Frankel-Mar shall
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Frankel,
who were married at 11:30 a.m.
Sunday. Aug. 15, in Temple Bethi
Am ceremonies performed by
Rabbi Arthur Z. Steinberg, plan to
make their home in Tampa after,
a trip to Nassau.
The former Susan Lynn Mar-
shall, daughter of Mr, rvi'i
i. Marsl ill, ; -' Sw 9 It I
Aw.. Is a graduate of the Univer-
f So Ida, w here
;:. n u I lucation,
and holds membership in Alpha
1 lion Phi soroi I 11 er husband)
i
Frankel ol R i edale, N.Y.. is n
' : :.-' lUtH
Florida, where he is a member uZ
Di Ita Tau Delta fral i nity.
Brida itl Incl i d Kar-
i n Fi icella, i I i r; Cathy
Castro. Mariiyn Siegel, Mikkt
Stone, S 'shall and Sally,
Marshall, bridesmaids; Beth Gold-
berg, the groom's niece, flower,
girl, and Lawrence Manekin, ring-
bearer, Best man was Michael
Berger; ushers included Ron An-
derson. Randy Heistand, Larry,
Kahn. Marvin Goldberg and Rich-
ard Charrett.
Jack Ritters Announce
Rochelle's Engagement
The engagement of Rochelle
Beth Ritter and Bart William
Block has been announced by her.
parents. Mrs. and Mrs. Jack Rit-
ter, 6046 SW 15th St.
The bride-elect, a graduate of
Coral Park Senior High School, \3
now a junior at the University of
Florida, where she is majoring in
Political Science and Religion.
Her fiance, the son of South
Miami Mayor and Mrs. Jack
Block, 5610 Twin Lakes Dr.. grad-
uated from Southwest High School
and is presently in his senior yeae
at the University of Florida. A,
Building Construction major, he is
a member of TEPhi fraternity.
Boot Ride-Dinner Benefit
Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter ot
B'nai B'rith Women is holding s
benefit dinner-boat ride on the
"Jungle Queen" departing Bahia
Mar Yacht Basin in Ft. Lauder-
dale at 7 p.m. Saturday. The fun
evening will include an "all-you-
can-eat" Bar-B-Q, a live vaude-
ville show and a sing-a-long.
"Wky SHtk for lets -
Sef nWftsr
"WetMiif* "* MHnmkt tor SsecJehy
51-2M3
Beauty Salon
Featuring
ELIZABETH OF SWEDEN
(Skis Care)
REDKIN (Heir Cere)
Vre Yee Tlree* Of lifeless Skin ft Heir?
"Cell Fer Free Ceeseltetlee"
OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK
OPEN EVENIN6S
MOJI.-TUES.-THUIS.-FII.
Far Werkiei Clientele
852 AH leee Ave. Oii-lecke, Fie.
MU 1-4531
BACK,. SCHOOL
SALE!
MO/ 4- CnO/ ON LIGHT WEIGHT BACK
/O TO DU /O T0 SCHOOL CLOTHES
BOYS and GIRLS
Infants'
thru Teens
Famous Brands
Cinderella
Nannette
Aileen
Kate
Greenaway
We alto have a
complete selection
of clothes for
chubby girls ond
husky boys.
COME
IN TODAY
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Children's Fair
MIDWAY MALL
261-0241


Fage 10-B
vjenisl fkridiar,
Friday, Aug. 20. 1971
Food Fair Names
Vice Presidents

Boa, Mitzucdt
^j^tA************
} Ive vice presidents have been
r nod by Food Fair Stores, Inc.,
r- ording to Jack M. Friedhnd,
I Bldent.
""ho two vice presidents arc S.
t Silverman, director of dls-
1 mlion and Stanley E. Zimmer-
2immtrmon
Silverman
n i. director of development. Di-
visional vice presidents include
Herbert Zandlcr, Philadelphia
D Ision; Herbert Carlis, Baltimore
' sion, and Frank N. James,
Je ksonvUle Division.
3 lr. Silverman, who .joined Food
}' Stores in 1969 as corporate
ior of distribution responsible
i warehousing and transports-
I has 20 years of experience in
1 distribution field, having pre-
\ isly served as an offlc* r ol
ther food chain.
1 i his new po B1 es, Mr, Zimmerman, who pre-
\ usly was corporate secretary
ami general counsel for the W. T.
Grant Company, will be responsible
lor real estate, construction and
legal administration
The three new division vice pres-
idents are ill veteran company
employees, each with at least 2:)
years ol service and each having
come up through the ranks.
Mr. Zandler, who Joined Food
Fair Stores 20 year.- ago a- a meal
apprentice ard later served as
store, district and /one managers
in the Philadelphia area, is respon-
sible for the operation of the corn-
pan) < Greater Philadelphia, south-
ern New Jersey and northern Del-
aware Pantry Pride supermarkets.
Mr. Carlis. who began with Food
Fair Stores :.- a store manager
trainee in 1951 after graduating
from Temple University. Philadel-
phia, has served as district man-
ager in Florida and /one manager
:n Virginia, He is responsible for
the Operation of Food Fair and
Pantry Pride supermarkets In the
Maryland-Virginia area.
Mr. James joined Food Fan-
Stores In 1948 at corporate head-
quarters in Philadelphia as a mar-
ket research analvst. \ graduate ol
Bowling Green College, he subse-
quently nerved as an administra-
tive assistant in Philadelphia and
as assistant to the i nt of the
Jacksonville D which in-
cludes Pantry Pi d supermarkets
In n irthcrn Floi ida, Georgia and
South Carolina.
tt 0OXM7UK d Mr and ItalM *
Bretl Alan, son of Mr at I M -'" "' N,u ork
David M. Gonshak, 8901 SW 21st
rer., ;: te !,'~ Bar Mil MARC AIKEN
vah at Temple During the Shabbat lervic at
Or Olom Satur- ,i, Torah Congregation Satur-
day. Aug. 21. Mnrc. the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert Aiken. will be
called to the Torah as a Bar
Mitzvah.
Marc, a monitor of tto Confir-
mation Class at Beth Tbiah'g
liarold Wolk Religious Bcbooi, will
be honored by his parents at the
Kiddush following tto aamiew.
I!. Iping him celebrate the occasl m
will to his grandparents, Mr. ind
Mr*, William Newman of Provi<
denee, R.I., an.t Mrs. Lee Alken of
North Miami.
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NOW SHIPPING FLORIDA'S MUST fRUIT BASKETS GUTS
2164 PONCE DE LEON Coral Gables Tel. 448-5215
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day m o rn in g,
si 21.
Brett an i
th grader at
. Jumoi
High School
.. A tuns .
i
: [he New
Dawn. He will
continue on to confirmat
m.s Bar Mitzvah
Mr. and Mrs. Gonshak will h >->
the Ones Shabbat on Friday eve-
ning and the Kiddush following:
the Saturday Bar Mitzvah in their'
son's honor. Among the guests wilt
be his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Irnesl Barren, and his aunts and
ancle from New Jersey

DAVID FEDKB
David Ben, the son ol Mr. and
Mrs. Irwin Feder, Cora] will bo Bar Mitzvah at Tern-
lo Jud ft oral Gables. Satur-
j Aug 21, .it 11:15 a.m.
David is in eighth grade stu-
dent at Ponee Junior High S
!" i he pi ij tromb me In the
esl ra. A m
Boy Scout Troop No. 64, 11
who ach : his St ti r ting, li i- '
iusl i, turn d iron the UAHC-
I' >1< man Camp uli. re he attended
the eighth made Torah Corps,
and will continue his religl ius edu-
MISS LEE'S
ACTION ACRES PRIVATE SCHOOL
10 ACRE CAMPUS 4 RANCH FENCED
. Grades 1-8 .
Open 6 A.M. 6 P.M. All Year
QUALIFIED & CERTIFIED TEACHERS
AHer School & Pre-KLnderqarten
13700 N.W. 97th Ave 821-0947
Hialeah Gardens
SPECIAL WESTERN WEAR
SHIRTS FOR $6.00
CHILDREN'S OVERALLS $3.89
BOB'S PET SHOP. INC.
2505 N.W. MM STRUT
Telephone 625-2016
"everything for tour Pet"
HORSE FEE0 AND TACK
eat ion through Confirmation.
Here to help him Celebrate this
occasion will be his grandmother,
Mis. Daisy Feder of Coral Gables,
his aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs.
1 Harold M. Aronson of Orangeburg,
iS.C, and other relatives from Penn
slyvania and Maryland.
."V ^7 -r
MAKTIN HOLZBEBO
Martin, the son of Dr. and Mrs.
'< Donald Holzberg, will observe his
I Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning.
i Aug. 21. at Beth Torah Congrega-
j tion.
The catebrant, who is now a
[student in the Pre-Confirniation
Class at Beth ToralVs Harold
Wolk Religious School, will be
honored ;,t the Kiddush sponsored
I by his parents after the services
ft ft
DAVID IIIKSt IIKNSON
Saturday afternoon. Aug. 21. at
Beth Torah Congregation, David
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Hirsctonson will become a Bai
Mitzvah.
David attends the Harold Wolk
Religious School at Beth Torah.
where he is a mcnibir of the Pre
Confirmation Class.
Among those present for the oc-
casion will lie the celebrant's
grandparents. Mrs. Pauline Brown
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. .Friday. Aug. 20. 1971
The Sisterhood and Men's Club of Temple Ner Tamid has
donated a permanent scholarship in honor of Rabbi Eugene
Labovitz. spiritual leader of the temple who was recently
elected to the presidency of the Greater Miami Rabbinical
Association. Here Men's Club president Edward I. Rosen-
feld. and Mis. Carlton Blake, president of the Sisterhood,
present the scholarship, which will enable students to con-
tinue theii education in Israel or attend religiously oriented
camps, to Rabbi Labovitz (right).
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ELEMENTARY 6-10 years
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Mrs. Tiielma Mcigx, is now called
Sterling Manoi IYi\. S 'hool
Formerly geared I'or [.re-schoolers
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iriginal on the site wi pi ; >rved
.vhen it was constructed, giving the
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Mrs. Meigs, an experienced
teacher with a Da le C unty Public
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parents interested in enrolling
I'vi,- children may secure furthci
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Friday, Aug. 20. 1971
(TXTNU
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red Res; Estate Brokers /Scrv ng C-czry. Grcv* Sine*
-wcv/Coccnut Grc to 33133
Telephone I30J I '--'
Workmen stall on the third floor of the new
Maribel Blum Building which will bo part
of the Mount Sinai Medical C?nter when
completed next year. The S10.3 million build-
ing will house the most sophisticated facili-
able for the treatment of acute 111-
with special emphasis in the areas of
cancer and cardiac disease. Gust K. New-
berg Construction Co. is the general
contractor.
Tifereth Jacob Registers
i; i [ration for Religious School
classes is now in progress at Hia-
leah's Temple Tifereth Jacob, 951
V.. 4\\\ Aw., il has hen announced,
and will continue from 9 a.m. to
noon Monday through Friday, and
10 a.m. to noon on Sunday. He-
tin w classes will begin Tuesday,
Sept. 7, and Sunday School will
start Sept. 12. Students will be In-
structed by competent, dedic iti d
teachers und r the supervision ol
Rabbi Nathan Zolondek.
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Robert Lang (rights senior vice president of the Corner Bank
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Cocper, a first grade student at Miami Beach's Oholei Torah
Day School, cs Rabbi Abraham Korf, executive secretary of
the school, lock ? on. The Carner Bank supports the Oholei
Torcn Day School, which has an open door policy for every
chiic in need of an education.
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Aug. 20, 1971
"Jewish ncridHian
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^AGE FINANCING
t'v-,. .. .
AMERICAN SAVINGS
LCAN ASSOCUTIOH
fey MIAMI euCK
Do/iaM Binder Archie Vinitsky Merle Thomas
AUGUST 22-29 IN FLORIDA
tffickds of the American Savings sociation, which provided the construe-
m for the new Miami-Dade Hospital to be
lilt on a 10-acre site at S. Dixie Hv/y. and
'2nd jk, just west oi U.S. I, participated in
corner-stone-laying ceremonies The
BMrican Savings group was led by moard
lafrman Shepard Broad (center) and Morris
Governor Proclaims
United Ostoiny Week
Ero-d, president (right). Wielding the cere-
menial tiowel is Dr. Maxwell Dauer, presi-
dent of National Medical Center, Inc., which
owns the hospital chartered by the State of
Florida as a non-profit medical foundation.
The first phase of the institution is scheduled
to open with 230 beds in September, 1972.
LxJhat s C^oottm
'd
Bv RUTH SIRKIS
(Copyright 1971, Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc.)
sure you will like this one. First, you don't have to
cook It, and this by itself is a real virtue for any summer dish.
Second, It tastes threat, looks handsome, and is also good for your
diet- ^B* *I*?akinK about GAZPATCHO, the Spanish-Mexican
cold soup. It Is made of fresh vegetable! like tomatoes, cucum-
bers and bell pe;>|>.'rs. smartly seasoned with onions, garlic, salt,
pepper,.ld if you wish, hot pepper. The result is delicious and
can be Served at lunch or dinner. You can also feature it on a
buffet table or ai my summer party. Put it in a glass bowl, and
the beautiful pel color of the quzpatcho will brighen the decor.
This recipe makes fi-8 servings.
GAZPATCHO
2 this. lemon juice
1 this, olive oil
2 egg yolks
1 tsp. salt
V* tsp. pepp t
Dash hot pepper (optional)
3 ripe tomatoes
1 cueumlx r
1 medium onion
1 bell popper
2 garlic cloves
2 cups tomato juice
%cup tomato past'-
Clean vegetables and peel the onion, cucumber and garlic.
Cut up all vegetables and put them in an electric blender. Add
all other ingredients and blend for three-four minutes, or until
the soup looks quite smooth. Taste and add more salt and or
lemon juice if needed.
Pour into transparent glass bowl and refrigerate for two
hours. (The colder the sou;), the better it tastes). Serve with
chopped onions, p-pp.-rs. cucumbers and tomatoes one table-
spoon of each Moating on the surface, or garnish with parsley
or chives instead of chopped vegetables.
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Put a piece of meat in a marinade and you can be assured
that its flavor will improve tremendously especially if you
plan to r'\ cue it. Less expensive cuts of meat will tenderize in
a msrin.de, while the good ones will Income .wen better. Mar-
inading is not a rapid process, so you have to plan on doing It
several hours before the B15Q. Lot the meat absorb th >. marinad-
ing ingredients, and men you can use whatever is left for basting
the n-.eii on the g .11. You ran marinade a big piece of meat, or
you can use individual steaks, or small cubes for slush-kebab, or
even p i. ts of chicken. Whatever you prefer the marinade will
improw it.
MARINADE
cup olive oil
cup wine vinegar
tsp. powdered mustard
tsp. sugar
tsp. salt
'j tsp. pepper
2 tsp. soy sauce
6 cloves of garlic
& cup chopped onion
1 tsp. M.S.G. optional
Mix all ingredients together. Let stand for two hours or
re. Put the marinade in shallow dish big enough to hold
meat, add the meal and refrigerate several hours or over-
it. Turn the meat in the marinade about Bow times so the
It is covered all over. BBQ, cook or roast to your liking.
Open Meeting Of
Chai Lodge 2574
A meeting of Chai Lodge #2574,
B'nai B'rith, will be held Thurs-
day, Aug. 26, at 8:30 p.m. in the
Home Federal Savings & Loan
Association building on Hallandale
Beach Blvd.
Feature of the evening will lx
a demonstration of "Hair Styles
tor Men" by George Glascr ot
Gunter Coiffeurs Unlimited. This
will be an open meeting and all
are invited.
At the recent District Conven-
tion meeting in Atlanta, Ga.. Chai
Lodge received an award for being
the outstanding Lodge in its cat-
egory, the Teen Age Hot Line
award, the Service Fund award
presentation for payment In full
mil a personal award to Ira Catz
for obtaining new members.
The Ixxlge presented a cert if i-
ate tf award to Israel A. Miller.
past ['resident of the B'nai B'rith
Ix)dge In Auburn, Me., at its re-
cent dinner meeting-. Mr. Miller,
who is now a 50-yi ar member of
B'nai B'rith, has served as secre-
tary :. in isurer of the UJA In
Auburn and as president of his
synagogue thee.
getting married..
This basket hold*
information and
gifts especially
helpful for you.
Call your
Welcome Wagon
hostess today.
751-2573
Ite/^^c
9
Gov. Reubin
claii d A I to 1
'
four-day ninth an-1
,, the :
the chaii ii Mis.
a. a Hollywood resident.
More than 7.n0 delegate i,
senting the one million oston
in IL'0 North American chapters
are expected t.> attend the con-
clave, In addition, representatives
from the World Work Committee.
observers from teaching institu-
tions, healtii agencies and profes-
sional and medical organizations
will be present.
Mrs. Stern, a vice president of
the international health agency,
who presided over the confer-
ence planning sessions, in which
visiting directors of the UOA and
committee members of the Miami '
Ileostomy Colostomy Association
(MICA i participated, has an-
nounced that Mrs. Richard Nixon
will be serving as honorary chair-
man at this summer's conference.
Arrangements for the confer-
ence were finalized by Donald
P. Binder, executive director from
the national office in Los Angeles,
Calif.; Archie Vinitsky. chairman
of the World Work Committee,
whose home is in St. Paul, Minn.:
Merle Thomas, Regional Director
of the Southeast United States,
from Chattanooga. Tenn., and Mrs.
Ada Boston of New York, a mem-
ber of the Board of Directors.
Advance registrations from Den-1
mark, Sweden. France. Holland, j
Japan and Great Britain have al- j
rea ly been received as a result of
Inter si nerated '
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Canada, rig moi t
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. : isl i; 'gel i
ips
Mil' \ and Brov rd sto ny
S
; -;. family and
frii n Is ii ys w '1< me to at-
tend local meetings, where per-
sonal ex] eri mces ot ost >mates
are shared, problems aired and
latest techniques in after-patient
care are featured Members also
maintain lecture staffs for medical
students and organizations, and
are advised by leaders in the medi-
cal eommunitv.
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Friday. Aug. 20. 1971
UGAl NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thai
Hi- underalssned, desiring to engage
hi business under Hi.- fictitious name
ol DYNAMIC WATER FILTER at
1-: I "ill Avenue, Hlaleah, Fin.
d* to ui-i. i -.nil name nuh
11 Clerk of iin- Circuit Court -i" Daua
i i. m \. Florida
RAUL. RI'ISANl'HKZ
- 211-27 ::-!"
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
': \|., T< I IVHtlll TH I'ltES-
ENTS SHALL itiMK (IREETIXtlB:
wh.-i--.i- SOI/IMON 8TKINHARDT,
,\i mi I teach, Florida; PAl'L KW IT-
Nl v. .\ i m Reach. Florida: FANNH
B' "BINH \i:i'T. Miami tli oh, Flor-
, aid .,i, in. 30th daj of January.
j, D. 11"--' cause t- I" i oi iiorated
i -i tl law "I the State of Floi Ida
yi .vi.n v CATERlXis, IXC. it cor-
tioratlon, with Ite principal place of
luelnea* at Miami Beach, Dade t'oun-
. ill.- State of Florida, and where-
in -U.1 corporation did on the Ith
,i \ of Auirust, A D. 1*71, nans* to
bi filed In the office of the Depart-
ii. ii of State of the sun- --i Florida.
Hi- documentary aulhorli> required
Si tion : Florida Statutes,
n .:- ike dlaaolutloi u h cor-
'""
iiow, ii" !' fon inry "f
S ,,. does Ii- rebj rllfj I" the
; efohli and that hi i- -i- -I---I thai
ri requirement* the law huve
l. i compliefl with
1\ \v IT.\ ESS \\ IIEIII"-
i IF, I hn\ hereunto Ret
my hand nwl ha af-
fixed Hi- Ore.il Si -I "i"
the Stall of Florldn, at
Tnllahai...... the Cnnltnl,
thla the i'ih ilnj ,.: AUK-
ii-i. A 1*71
RICHARD il'l'k STONE
Si en tary of Stall
- > Tl
Rabbi Morris W. Graff,
Reform Leader, Author
R |] bl Morris W. tired, R il -; I n H w*u gwarded an
honorary Doctor of Divinity tte-
bj ii, brew Union College,
He i- su vived bj his wife, Ruth
M.: a s in, DonaM M.; i b*t thi r,
Sen
ienl reform .1 -'"
author and in -
the rabbinical staff fell pie Is-
The REAL, conflict.
NOTICE OF ACTION
In THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
CADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
No. 71-15617
A i l\\ i IV Rl i|ii:|i,l KZ,
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VS
1, V Rl 'I iRIHI'KZ.
Wife,
T" KA t I.'1 'liiri'M -I"'.
14 ? i Iii...... \\ enue
N'orfolk. \
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. led that n Petition [> -
hi .--ii of Marriage hua been filed
- in-i you, ami you lire required
i- ser\ ii i "|i> "i > our \i-
1 iIi i in the Petition .-I the IN tl-
th.ner'M ntiornec, MITCHELI .' I fP-
i >\ i FIUEOMAN A I.IPCON.
S7:',7 S.W. K St., Sun- I-'.'. Miami,
Florldn 33134 and file the m
\ -v. er or I".- adlnii in t he office of
the Clerk of the Clreu.ll Courl "! or
i fore the 20th daj "f Sept., 1971 [I
S u (nil to -I...... )udem ill hi rti
fault will be taken BKnluat >, >it foi
ih. r, I- f iii in i-ii. I mi il- LVtltion
Thla notice ahall he putdl hiul i
li i., foi four conaccutixi -
i thi: .' i:\\ isll i'i iridi \ v
hum: VXD IIRDEREM nl Xflnml
I il '' C'th da} of An- A |i
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IN THE COUNTY JUPCE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-3?3I
UOHN R. BLANTO.N .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i
v -inham Herma! Mi
A-. II. Mazor
H. ,-. :,.. il
T., All Creditors and All Pen.....- Hav-
I I- II. il.il- Agll I!:- I Sill,I
ll
V'ou hereby nottfled and re-
I i'.i
ifianda which you mm have
nl All: \HA.M HERMAN
\/.' ill A K \ ARE II MAW IH ik -
- -I late ol 1 lade t'oui Florida,
'ount) .Iui'il-i ol I in', i in,
) and file the .-.mi- in iluplle -
as provided En s. lion
HUorida Statuti r nfflei In
Cou ij i in thouai in I lade Conn-
Florida, within sis: calendar
-His from the tlim -i the (ir>t
publication hereof, or the name will
1 1i;i i r. il
Dated :n Miami Florida, thla l-ih
ol Aunn '. a 11
LII.MAX M v'/i ill
a- i:-... ini \
I'm -1 publication of this
ll daj ol I'mu i i: :
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' 0 11.|4! h;.in II!.II-.. Miami
_________ ^ 20 .7 '
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-3163
NOTICE TO CHEDIT03S
In RE: Eitnte of
IRENCE BI'UE.VE JBTT
I -.....i.-i il.
To All i'i-,In.,,, and a II Per na llnv-
1 .i in.- or l in.i-ii- AriiIi Bi id
I. I.il. :
Vnii nl. herebj notli -I and re-
quired I., u-.-i-iii mij t'lalma and de-
mands which you in iv have asalnai
Ihe eautte of rl ARENCE EI'OKNE
JfiJTT il iii late of Dade County,
Florida, i" Up Count) Judu.....t Dade
' ounty, .-iinl file thi anmi In dunli-
ite and at provided In s, lion "SI
16, Florida Statutes, in tin
In tin County Courthouxe in Dad-
'ounty, Florida, within six cale"idar
months from thi lime of Ihi flrai
nuhlliation hereof, or the same v. ill
I'.irred.
Datal nt Miami. Florida thlf th
day of auk., ad. i f-T i.
OBOROE i'i '',i:\k JBTT
Ak AdmlniKtrator
Firm puhliciitinn of
the J"th day of Auau-'i.
DAVID M. OONSHAK
Attorney for Eatati
I4M N V Tth si i i
Miami, Florida
thla ii,,i ii -
l7I
l/'M-li 9/S-10
UGAl NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'OTR'K IS HEREB1 CJIVEX ilml
Ihe u-iil-oiun-il. dealrlng lo .nciiur
mi lii-ni,..- i ider >h ficUtloua n.i.....
nf AMERICAN AERIAL ADVERTIS-
im: .,1 1,11 N.E. IBIth Si.. North
Miami Reach, Florida Intend lo r-n-
IhIi i -,ii.i name Ith the i 'lerk nl thi
I'ir.-iiii I'nuri of l'.Mi. County', Florida.
ROXAI.D R. RE1F
AI.I.E.N ;. I UMAX
Rl IRERT I. IM.i IMRERII
aitoriiey for applicanta
71,' Seybold Itulldlnii
Miami, i'hi
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-2911
NOTICE TO CKEDITORS
III RE Katnte i I
MVRX \ Kl IRI'.ER
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To All 'redltni ni -I All Pel aon> :i .
i-u- ,'l;iiin- ..I I i, in. i,,i- A-...ii-l S.nii
You are hereby notlHed nnd re.
riuircd to prvae.il anj i-lalmn nnd de-
ni.i ml- In. 1: \ .-ii m.0 I'-' v "'.'i"-1
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and :m |n ovided in Si ctlo.i
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from ihe tin.....f the fli i
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' ih day of A usual, 1971,
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120 I in, in i:,i Miami Bi i
s 20-21 :
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71.3?63
IF NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I'I I'i' l-M:-l- ..I
RTEI I.!: ISRAEL
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To All i .In. i- :n ,1 \i| I-. I
m- or Di ini.inl- A-:, ixi S;-lii
ISi.ii.
i mi ..i. hi i ehy not fled nnd n
.inn. ,| I,, in-,-, ni ,,n> lain
in.'ini- which you may have asnlnat
thi ile .- ESTRI i R ISR Rl,
decei 1 late ni Dade County, Flor-
ida. Id ill. I'l.lllMV .lUil-^-- ,,1 ll.'iil-
1 ui i i"'i file ih- same In dunll-
cate .-mil :i- pro) Idi ,l In .-
[. I-'"i in--, i.i their "in-
In 'In ii.iiiiiv Courthnuae In Dade
'"""> Floi .i within :-i\ nlendni
month" from the i m ol II fli I
i.iii-'i. ni "-i, hen or tin sume will
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CHESTER .1 nELDER
MEYER ASCH
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i: lell. i rni I. Decenaed
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day of Aukui i. 1971
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fOK MESSENGM SMVrCf
l.tiiiii-lime Miumian
liachcl Sakowitz Dies
After A Long Dlness
Lung-time Miami resldenl Ra-
chel Sakowitz, widow ol the late
Asriel B. Sakowitz. pawed away Wai Price and Ration Board di
in New Voi k Sunday, Aug. 15, fol-
lowing a long illness. Interment
look plan' in Beth David Ceme-
tery, Elmont, N.Y.
Ureaioi Miami fro
until his retirement last June, wor i DeGraff of New York: and.
1,, i! Tu sdaj al the Riverside Al- B andsoi M eft
ton it.i.ul Chapel.
R ibbi Graff, who lived nt 131
\. Hil iscus Dr, Hibiscus i
; i ..I ;, heart attack Sund i> I
Mount Sinai Hospital I'-' w
Born in C tlumlius, Ohio Ral
Graff moved "itii his family in
1913 in i'V, '1 m 1. when? he re-
I in- education
I 19 '..i i ; ittendin the
. of Cincinnati, Ohi St tc
itj | th '' ivi raity oi
i. Rabbi oi' lined
bj the I!' brew Uni >n C illege In
in it
Rabbi Gra w is issoci ite I th
I e Israel in Paducah, K? fixmi
18 10 to 1937 While :!- rt h w is
i, cted a ni I th Central
i' nference ol Am rican ':' -; bis an'
the Hebn a Lti ion > illege All
Ass iciation,
r. on ioinins Ut< tafl T m-
li' Emanu-el ; Roai iki V.
1938, Ral bi Graff c i r leted p *t-
Mir studies '- r at the
! [obi ew L'nion Collegi.
As general chairman ol the citj -
r. Kll- li,t
117. ''Ttli S; .
1-1..1 ,1 Rlver-
7S 1803 B.W Slat Ave
7: :...... Man 01
INWI N B
I. Mm CoHlna
-
A patron of and worker for
man) charitable causes, Mrs. Sa-
kowitz was a founder of the He-
brew Academy ol Greater Miami,
president of Dov Chapter, Mizrachi
Women's Organization til America,
active in the Chesed Shel Ernes
and in the Sisterhood of Congre-
gation !'., ill El. She and her late
gation Beth El. The Gn atei Miami
Hebrew Fi..' Loan Association
A*as founded in tlv home <>i Mr.
anil .Mrs. Sakowitz.
Survivors include h\- children:
Ruth E. Babel, Sadie Quim Ar-
thur Sachs, Herbert Sachs and
Ted Sakowitz, l! grandchildren
and 1 i"iu gn at-grandi hildn n
1 is being obsi 1 ved at the
home ol Herbert Sachs 8 M NE
lKuth si North Miami B ach,
.m; World War II. he receh d the
'lighfst ci\iliar award the Dis-
tingu -li' il Sen R n, with :
thn e-sti r cluster -i "Vs.
During th -' years he was
!ng Itead of the Hoilins College De-
oartmenl oi Philos phy and lec-
ture 1 it Rai 'j'i M .mi ainl Mar-
on Colleges
a mi
the N itionul .' -
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Levitt
Chernow, Harry, Mi I d Ave
Itlveraidi
Cohen. Hermai [{d ,
M.U. RJveraide
tonkin, Max, ir 1 -
n MB Levitt.
BAUMGARTEN Snmuel 7' 99
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BLACkman. Itoae, m. -in Hurding
Ave Ml: Hi.i-'.. i k Interment
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CAHLMAN, Mill.-11-. ,- ,;:i:' Colllni
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FABER. Ruth. 83 711 t'arlyli Avi
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GROSSMAN. Arnold, 72. 107: Miami
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HARRIS. Robert, 76, GSB." \hhotl \v,
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M B. Itlveralde
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MONBUATT. .\l I -,,. 77 I S3 V.W
Miami Garden* Dr., S \\ B RLvi-r-
aide.
ROSEN. Annie, 72, |i!7lo \ IC iiUi
Ave I.l-Vlll
BERRY. Jaek, 39, T -1 Sui,-,i I-
Oordon.
NAGER, llarrv.
MM. Rlvei
I-. oi P irliamenl ins, i' ibhl
Graff wrote a nationally syi i-
ati l column on p u l :<\< ntarj
The Aj os Have
Ii
In Miami he w 11 e -
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tion,
A hi C"::ir:' wrote
r til i '
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ai''/>! V -n Israel's Mits u n
md l and co
; '!i" miH un "al lotnti -. He aK-.
sypi rvised the temple oral hi--
pf : .i ,' ill -i-< ,n o'
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and pi igr< .-
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in Rivera di Intel menl Ml
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ROEINS. Ethan. It. Snu Ju.,11 I'i .
Coral i:.i. Riveraide, Interment
STERN. 1 ilii.in. 7^ 1661 N y~ lt8th
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KIGNER. Kill-.-. Tv. .....' Eta] r>r .
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REINER, i-lii. BS. IT41 ColUm l" .
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163rd Hi KIvi
GREENBERG. tlueaii
Ave Riveiaide.
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KATZ. II: 11
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MARKMAN. Samuel,
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matuna. Edward,
till A\ Rivei -nil
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levine. .I- -i'h. tl, 17'.. Washing-
ton Avi \l II ilnrili'ii
patrowich. Rom, SB, i"'-:-'" v\
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SCHNEIDER. William, IS, UTS N E
ICtrd St.. N M It. Levitt.
SKULLY. Marvin, tft, tM Bajevle*
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BARLIN. Mi.hi-. II, ItlSfl N W 4lh
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BERGER. Vii '' AVe
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1971
^Jenisti fkridiiain
Page 15-B
icy's Founding Assembly Was
Milestone In Jewish Unity'
from I'ajse 1-B)
tery opening seas! m
Py.
; left blank in the
signatories "f tho
^h icii the "founding
jd at the gathering
document recording
fa the astaMiahment
Etuted Jewish Agency.
In,* deUberaely in thp
day may come when
U NOTKE
Ice of action
icuit court of the
judicial circuit
tIDA IN AND FOR
JNTY. CIVIL ACTION
(No. 71-15691
>CTION FOR
riON OF MARRIAGE
laniafe of
Ml'NUELL, Wife, and
IN Ml NI-KI.I.. HuKband.
\ l..\N MtNl'KI.I.
'hraser
k-li With Street
?. New York
TIN AI.AN MINl'KI.I..
notified that -hi action
i. of Marriage ban bei n
pi )<>u. and you are i -
a copy "i" your writ
if any, to n on the
attorney, DAVID E
N \\ 12th A\'< :iu.-.
|ldn and file the original
i ill, Cirri ml t'ou
bi. Ihe 20th daj of s. p-
\I. ..ill. rv. is,. :, defaull W ill
.:i_:i in- \' u for I In relief
le < otitplalnl or !>'iti'n
ill be published once
i tur onaecutl> w eeka
|\\ ISII l-'U HUMAN.
my hand and thi al
*; .ii Miami. Florida, htf
\turuxi A.Ii. ifrTl.
.KATHERMAN, Clerk,
mi. bade Count]. Floi da
r P. IS il'KI.ANI l
: inily clerk
ri Seal)
ST< >.N i:
12th Avenue
Florida
r Pi lit loner
s m-r, : J-10
Soviet Jewry \\i!l Im- free to |o i
the a nbly as the Jewish com-
uiunit; if the 38th country par-
ting in thi .ii h , Th dov, of Soviet Jewrj
how n I ow r the Assembly no!
onl> ,,t the plenary sessions which
wen- op n to ;h' public, bin also
.it closed sessions especially
at the session dealing with immi-|
gration. Highly interesting facts;
were reported and data was re-
weal l concerning the emigration
at Jews from the Soviet Union.
Ass -- nent was also made of thi !
possibilities Ibr continued emigra-
tion from Russia in the future.
In the light of anticipated im-j
migration, the Assembly also dis-
cussed the problem of Immigrant'
housing. More and more new"
buildings are now- being erected
through nit Israel '> house Immi-
grant families arriving from Rus-
sia and other countries: but the
housing short ise r mains
The reconstituted Jewish Agency
"iU.swk about $200 niillion -
st twice as much as last year
thi- fiscal year to cope with the
immigrant housing problem.
The Founding Assembly will go
into Jewish history ;is ,i gather-
ing which strengthened the link
between Jews in the free world
and Israel. While recognizing the
fact tb.it not all Jews In th.-
United -States and other countries
are Zionists In the sense of be-
longing to the organizi d Zionist
movement, the Assembly at the
same time paved way for the ob-
literation of the differences be-
tween Zionist* and non-Zionists in
tljc work on behalf of Israel. It
*6 fdjpd them together for nruVti-
al programs which can-only helv
to strengthen Israel, and this Is
especially appreciated by the Is-
rael govi rtment and by all sides
ln\ nlvod.
""i 1971 iphli Affi ii'-y
Regislration Continues
At Academy's Main Campus
Early registration figures indi-i A faculty of 65 men and worm
. .u /*.. ._.. *.:___: m.i_____ .------------1 ~. ,u-------:.:--------- -c ____I
cate the Greater Miami Hebrew
Academy will suififl^ the TOO mark
lor the 1071-12 school year, ad-
missions chairman Oscar Mamber
reported this week.
The Miami Beach school is con-
tinuing registration daily from ;!
i.m. to 3 p.m. at Its main campus,
2400 Pirn- Tree Dr. There are lim-
ited openings for students from
kindergarten through high school,
Mr. Mamber said.
Boys are on rolled for fully-nc-
credited courses from the first
through ninth grades, and girls
from first through 12th grades
High school boys are accepted by
1he Lrniis. McTwit/rr Mrsivta High
Sch'.ol. an a,T5!i,-;e of the Hebrew
,ny.
R il-bi Alexander S. Gross serves
i principal of the Souths largest
w day school, which was
(bunded ::; 1948 and has expanded
nnually since.
several ol them citizens of Ufa I
on special assignment here throug i
the Jewish Agency program, w I
guide the expected record enn
iiietit, Rabbi Gross said.
"Y Women's First |
Membership Coffee
'Y" Women will hold its fii t
Membership Coffee at the Oenti I
Y,' X500 SW 8th St.. at 9:45 a ...
Wednesday.
"Anebell" of Coral Gables ill
present a makeup awnonstfatio i,
followed by a discussion of skid
care at this event, which is open ;>
all members and prospective mo:
bi-rs of the organization.
Mrs. Allan Letter, members!
chairman, will be assisted by Mrs,
Marvin Zalis and Mrs. Helen Vi.-
nalli. Mrs. Lee Shapiro is pre-..
dent of the group.
NOTICE UNDER
'ITOUS NAME LAW
IS HKKKIIV OIVBN thai |
talgned, deslriiiR to eimoae
v under th- flctlttoua name I
|MA PAINTING CON- i
COMPANY at MSI West !
.I. Miuml. Kkirlilu Intends ,
mr paid name with the Clerk '
Ii. u.i court of iunit County,
blOMON snriiA.Mls
SAMI'AS, B8Q.
Ifor Apnlieunt
pu Iload
fci. h. Kla. 33139
8/20-2? 9.3-10
tOTICE OF ACTION
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
LNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
if LOBIDA IN AND FOR
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
ACTION FOR
3LUTION OF MARRIAGE
No. 7t-1S777.
the Marriage of
k\NK S1MBRAT. Wife, and
|KiiK<;K MIMMRAT, Hiwband.
IN CKOKiSBKlMURAT
I W.i-hinrton Strict
pok.-ii. N,'W Jereey
| JOHN <)hX)K<;K SIM DRAT.
i l.y notified that an action
otutlon _r>f Murriarf' has bl'tll
lout you, and you arc re>
m-rve a ropy of your writ-
taea, if any, to it on the Petl-
attornt-y, (MlLI.F,ltMi)
UN, 101 N.W. lsth Ave..
|KI"ridu and file th orininal
<^erk of the Cln-ult Court
?fore the 24th day of 804 .
>rwlm a default will 1"' en-
Sainvt you for the relief de-
tin the '-omiilaint or petilioti.
BBtiee .shall be published once
t-k for four conaocutlvo VtmIcs
IBW18H KU1RIDIAN.
Kss my hand and the seal
ourt at Miami. Florida, Ihis
i I Mil- A r> 1*71
f< I.KATIIFRMAN. Clerk.
1 'ourt, Dade untv. Florida
!<: It M KISSKi:
ri out> I'i'i-i,
' !' II II 'l II' S.'llll
ft' I i:i:\h i -,. ISTCHIN
I" N W 1: i Av mi.-
Plorlda
\ ry for 1 etltloner
x ." 7 .' ::-|n
COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IND FOR DADE COUNTY,
"LORIDA 'N PROBATE
I No. 71-3333
?RANK B. DOWLING1
DTICE TO CREDITORS
ol
f! KI.KIN
.I
and Alt Paraonii Hav-
' i mandfl Ajralnal Siii.l
bj ii"tiii,,i :iml re-
pri mi any ilaim no.l de-
BBvhli h >"U may have acalnBt
T' ; KRTHTBR Rl KIN rte-
I l>:i'lo County, Florida.
"univ .Juctr.'s of Dado Coun-
me in dunllcate
idod in Section TS8 IS,
7,atJrt' In their offices In
' "rthons,. |n rjade Coun
f 'Min nix calendar months
"" tni of the t.rst publication
the aame will be barred
ml, Plorlda, thla lath
\ n 1971
"EH >'li BI kix
a- Rxecutor
I fi'l.|i..-,t. ,,, ,(, ,1,,^,.,. ,,n
\inrusl, l:.7i
MCXANDER
f fr Km:,,, ,.f |.v,v,,.,. BAIrln
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