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The Jewish Floridian ( September 3, 1971 )

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Friday, September 3
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Gusman's $1 Million Gift
Is For U-M Concert Hall
Miami Bander Maurice Gusman,
84. has given the University of Mi-
ami in excess of SI million for the
construction of a concert hall for
the School of Music. The hall will
bo named in honor of the donor.
Announcement of the Kill was
made last week when U-M pres-
cient Dr. Henry King Stanford and
Mr. Quaon m met with U-M Friends
of Music, trustees and music foc-
ulty at a news conference.
Morris Laptdus will be architect
for the concert hall. The site will
be in the area of (he Schojl of
Music complex which currently
oons its of eight buildings, C un-
ptetion date is estimated for Jan-
uary, 197."..
A friend of the university for
two decades, Mr. Gasman has con-
trS ited to the construction of the
Ashe Memorial Administration
Building, Arthur A. Ungar Com-
puting Center, the Lowe Art Mu-
seum, and to the G !den Anniver-
-i?> Development Program
through th M Kirice Gasman Foun-
dation, Inc.
Mr. Gusman, who served as U.S.
representative at the National Ex-I
liibition in 1964 in P a tnia al the:
personal roajueat of President John-1
son, has been active for man)
yean in banking and L'iancial in-1
vestment! in South Florida. Or..
of the original m ml ers of the
U-M"s Society of University Four I
ers. he has long been a support
of th Gn ater Miami Riilharm n
Orchestra and numerous other civic j
organizations
WhHe the School of Music has
been an integral part of the uni-
versity since its inception, its most.
notable progress has been made
during the pasi sever years. Dur-
ing that time, following th* ap-
pointment of Dean William E. Lee
III, enrollment of music majors
has more than doubled In this
period Dr. Lee his ad led 26 na-
tionally and internationdly known
musician's to the school's already
notable faculty.
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music, 310 schools md depart
of music are accredited by the Na-
tional Associ ition of Schools of
Music. Ol lhe.se 310, 23 have an
latent in ex was of 460. The
University of Miami, with *-."> is in
the upper 8*/< of accredited insti
tutions in degree student enroi'-
OA-nt. ami .utjiw,.-.': Js-tt*'
tlonally vh -n all 2M I institutions
iffering i fti e h i hi I d.
Undergraduate study has tradi-
tionally '" en offi re I in -N
Music. M ISiC '> Mil-:.'
Theory-Con M i Hisl iry
and Lit ng to th
Bachelor of M Stan I-
aid progrims with i in Mu-
sic Ed Perfo nance cul-
minating in the Master of Mus
e conl inue to e ofe: ed. Sine
1964, i". Sch 10I : Mus c has add-
ed to its curricula programs lead-
ing to the B ichelor ol Music in
Church Music. Conducting, Music
Therai /, Music Merchandising
Studio Music and .1 izz: and to the
: Mus.'c in M
Theory-! Composition, C indi
Church Music, and Music Therapy
Beglnnii g in 1967, the Ph.D. in
Music has been offered, with ma-
j irs in Music Education, Musicol-
i :>. Theory-Composition, and Per-
formance. In 1970 the degree Doc-
I ir >! Musical Arts with majors ii
Conducting, Music Theory-Compo-
sition, and Performance was ap-
proved by the University's Board
of Trustees and the appro]
; ccrediting agen
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Do you have furniture, appliances, bedding,
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lay. September 3. 1971
'JenisiifhrkUan
rorkmen's Circle Holds
>2nd Annual Conference
52nd annual conference of I
Workmen's Circle Southern !
idii is being held this weekend]
Deauville Hotel, Miami
Bfiioni will commence Friday
p.m with a meeting of the
I | i xecutivc board. Satur-
I noon a meeting of the com-
ia scheduled, and at 2
Saturday, a panel discussion
I lie held with Stephen J. Rem-
.i member of The Workmen's
and chairman of Greater
hii Jewish Labor Committee.
oderator.
I he panel are Merschel Seiri-
ol the National executive
M r f The Workmen's Circle,
lnu'l Muravchik, executive di-
or. .''-wish Labor committee.
Link, representative of AFL-
and a representative of the
Iter Miami Histadrut commit-
.niitee, Max Gleiberman. secretary
anil Lea Qreetlberg, treasurer will
Present their reports. Branches
will also present reports.
1
Sunday evening's banquet with
Kuest speaker. Hon. Francis X
Knuck. Judge of Circuit Court and
guest sinner. Brocha Skulnick. is
scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m.
Monday's 10 a.m. session will in-
clude committee reports and elec-
tion of officers: the closing session
will be a 2 p.m. meeting of the
Regional committee.
Considerable entertainment has
also been arranged for the dele-
gates and guests, including a Fri-
day, 8 p.m., concert by Brocha
Skulnick, singer, and Larry King,
entertainer: a Saturday. 10 a.m.
cruise on Biscayne Bay; and Sat-
urday evening entertainment at
the night club.
The public is invited to attend
the concert and banquet; informa-
irry Schuldiner, chairman of! Uon is available at the Workmen's
Page 3-A
Teachers' Seminar Opens New Term
The Jewish schools of the com-
munity were to open the new sea-
son with an all-day seminar for
teachers Thursday at the new of
fices of the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation in the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation Building at 4200
Biscayne Blvd., according to Jack
Popick. president.
MAX GLEIBERMAN
nfUi> at 10 a.m. will be the
fci opening of the conference
arrangements committee.
Itingf will he extended by Jay
pier, Mayor of Miami Beach:
Stephenson, president, Dade
Lration of Labor: Herschel
|man. Workmen's Circle, Na-
executive board; Emanuel
fctvehik. executive director Jew-
Labor committee; Edward Tu-
k>ff, Histadrut; Professor Isaac
YIVO: George Daitsman. di-
pr, Teamsters Labor Institute
?li.imi; Joseph P. Zuckerman.
bind Labor Zionist Movement:
llaskel. Socialist Farband,
- L Polin. Bund; Sandra Gut-
!in. I. L. Perctz Workmen's
ll.' School; Irving Gordon.
pnnan, and Max Gleiberman,
etary of the Southern Region
Iniittee. A report will also be
by the credential committee.
i tin afternoon i2 p.m.' of-
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Rabbi Lipschitz Returns
Rabbi Max A. Lipschit/. who re-
cently returned to Greater Miami
after visiting 10 Kuropean coun-
tries, will sjieak on "The Subtlety
of Christian Missionary Work" at
the 8:15 p.m. service Friday at
Beth Torah Congregation.
Club Season Starter
First regular meeting of the sea-
son of the Massachusetts Club of
Greater Miami will be held on
Thursday. Sept. f). at S:?,0 p.m. In
the Bel Aire Hotel. William A.
Chiten is president.
He morning Session on Jewish
Music for the Classroom was to be
under the direction of Shmuel
Pershko, graduate of the Conser-
vatory of Music in Warsaw, former
Urector of Israels broadcast in.
system, "Kol Israel." and inter
nationally-known as a music di-
rector, arranger, and eomooBor.
Mrs. Magdalen Bader, art spe-
eialisl of Coiumoia's University's
Teachers' Colk-ge, and former as-
sociate art professor at the New
Jersey State College Union, is di-
recting the afternoon session in
the teaching of Art for the Clusb-
rooni.
The openin-; seminar initiates the
new school .season which begins in
the afternoon schools on Tuesday,
and in the weekend schools on S m
day, Sept. 12. The day schools In
the community bvgan their SV
sions on Aug. .TO: registration is
still onen in all the Jewish action's
throughout the community, how*
ver.
Greater Miami synagogues which
have registered their schools with
the Bureau of Jewish Education for
future accreditation include Tem-
pi-' Adaih Yeshurun, Temple Beth
Am, Beth David Congregation.
Beth Tdrah Congregation, Congre-
gation B'nai Raphael. Temple Is-
rael, Kneseth Israel Congregation,
Temple Judea. Temple Or Olom,
Tempi,- Sinai of North Dade, Sky
Lake Synagogue and Temple Zion.
Miami Beach registrants are Tem-
ple Beth Sholom, Temple Emanu-
K'l. Temple Mcnorah and Temple
>"er Tamil: in Broward, the schools
>l Temple Beth El. Temple Beth
Shalom and Terr; wood Temple Israel of Miramar
>nd Temple Emanu-El, Fort Laud
erdalr, are reeistereV,.
Mayor Jay Dermer Speaker
The American Federation of Sen-
ior (Citizens, Inc.. Miami Beach
Chapter will conduct its regular
monthly meeting at 7 p.m. Thurs-
day. Sept. 9. in the Miami Beach
Pederal, 7fsr> Washington Ave.
' -t speaker for the evening will
' Mayor Jay Dermer. of Miami
Beach. The public is cordially in-
vit d to attend: admission is free.
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*Jeist> fhridiair
Friday, September 1
Mrs. Comay Speaker
At Pre-Vue Affair
N -i'd writer bikI lecturer, Mrs. creation of the new State ol Israel.
Otanay. ti-'rfe nl Israel's Am- During this time, Mrs. Oomay
hassador to Gj I ..mi. uill he!served for a tinje^ a driver for
the Hagnnah. the Jewish del
organization under the British
Mandate. She was liaison officer to
the British authorities for the be-
leaguered Jews in the Old City of
Jerusalem during the War of Inde-
pendence and served with a tram
(i! medical specialists caring '
w in led soldiers and civilians.
After Israel's establishment, she
became a member of the Had ssah
Council in Israel and also a mem-
ber of the World Executive ol the
Women's International Zionist
nization.
Ambassador and Mrs. Comaj
have two children I married
daughter, Yael, and i son Yoch-
anan, who his I his mill-
tat y sen tee as an artil i
in the Israel Army.
El Al Is More Safety-Conscious
MRS. JOAN COMAY
the guest ker Pn -\'u.
"Coffee and Sweets' party in prep-
aration for tin- annual Bond-with-
Isracl luncheon sponsored by the
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah.
iiccording to Mis. Betty Fast.
Chapter president, and Mrs. Zelda
Thau luncheon chairman. The Pre-
Vue a;fair will be he'd Wednesda>
at 10 ujt). in the Plavboy Plaza
Hotel.
Invited to attend the Pre-\'ue
are member?, of the corps of hosts
who will help complete plans for
the annual Bond-with-Isi-acl lunch-
eon, which will take place on Oct.
14. Assisting Mrs. Fast and Mrs.
Thau in preparations for the an-.
nual luneheon, which is the largest
such event in the United States.
are luncheon vice chairmen Flor-
i nee Karth Lillian Goodman, Hen-
Ita Jonas. Prances ECatanan,
.01 Simonhoff. Miriam Sirkiti
Esthei W< nd Sybil Weitz.
Influ -ad writ
Is tl phly suc-
< Ktl nil-
to Is ed as Israel i
Bureau Chief for the American bi-
Mrs i'
no i. S ttl
in Palestine just aft r World W r
11 and playe ,-e part In the
i natic events up <> the
Think of them
as multiple
vitamins
Safers Holding
Family Reunion
Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Ron
1 Miami are serving as cochairmen
. of a reunion of one of Florida's
pi tneer families to be heM in Jack-
sonville Sunday.
A swimming part) at 1:30 p.m.
will precede a 6:30 p.m. dinner lor
members of the Safer family,
which settled in Jacksonville in
190.3. and now numbers 319 living
members, according to Mr and
Mrs. Joseph P. Safer of Jackson-
ville, reunion cochairmen.
Rabbi Benjamin Safer moved to
Florida 68 yean a','o to serve the ;
Jewish community in Duval coun-
ty Members of the family who will
attend ate expected to come from
Savannah Houston. Atlanta Wash-
ington, Augusta and numerous
cities in Florida.
IK AMOS BEN VKRKD
Chief of ITA Middle Eaat Bureau
JERUSALEM His BUbma-
chinegun at the ready, pointed
-: hich. the gray-d
kept guard over the
croup "i mm and Women at I
Airport near Zurich. The group did
not stand still. The men and
women kept snapping the scene:
the Wue-and-white colored El Al
B leing, the airport control tower
m the distance, othei aircraft
nearby but not too near.
is he one of ours?" one of the
American women asked excitedly.
"But no. he is Swiss." came the
reply.
"Exciting, isn't it?" a male voice
said.
"As forme. I find it frightei
a tall, dark-haired woman replied
Immediately the woman, Mrs
Sylvia Nosatsky from Quei ns S V
| on her way to Israel on beh
the Amerie. n Jewish Congress foi
the American-Israel
herself th I irgel of vehement at-
tack from several I-r Us in th'
group of waiting passer
"I find ii reassuring," one >
li girl exclaimed. "El Al is
the only airline in which I can be
sure I won't land in Jordan Ol
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We're not suggesting
you give up vitamin pills
lor prunes. Ail we're saying
is, Sunsweet Prunes have
many important vitamins.
IikcAandB-I,B-2and
niacin. Like minerals, too
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Delicious with natural"
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>
still t makes me areepy,
Mrs. N .satsky retorted.
Do you like Now York better?"
,uii' the auestion. I found that
much more afraid in
N. v tori*.. In Jerusalem and Tel
Avi\ a woman can go out alone a<
midnight and no one will bother
) r. >h. can carry a has and she
can pass through side streets. II
i she can walk to
ne or hotel over three miles
the evening show at a
th itre."
But the s in stde, when
,; \ itskj ha I now been kdne l
y a few I did not gi** "P
- sily 'To us it i> frightening
to think of boil lenly going
n i of coi I u ghtlng on
5," thej
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we do fi ighti ned, at
not all the I
El a' iritj measures ar
. t-iit than t I other
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Boston one i~ no more
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pei me's briefe is or h indbag
>Jo vis p ons at all
taki n chai I over to a
In London
although a plane ol exactly the
-",e type .
ever Mown ui midsi.C.
rnetnben we. *,
plosion over S i ;and m
But El Al .- dtfferea,
PO-trduut o>< ^jj
'" s '"'> !'
j known to the ;;>singer. TV,
luggage is
After checking n. then
,n the depart
not to loa -
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Eventually r
but search..: ;
stalrdngly bj S
men and won
each by a -
agent, as th
haps i neceai ^
or air piracy, bin ,
thelcH
There Is cons
i iendlinest I N the
se, who nevei -
ing the entin
Yissrael the
inoth r ;
of coffee if yi
advanl [es i
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months ah I
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-Jewish Floridian SgJ ** ?5
/ O// O// // NUW for Sept. 8-10
the lA/oman s (AJorld j In Its New Quarters
Friday, September 3, 1971
Beth Shalom Sisterhood
Hosting Kiekoff Brunch
A "Rally 'round the Seminary" Ipart time on a year-round baste
brunch to kick off the Torah Fund- She is connected with the Tikvati
Residonce Hall campaign of the | program of Ramah and the Com-
mission's Integrated camping for
"special" children.
M t Arzl is a study group leader
for Hadassah, serves on ;:. Pi
nit-Teacher Association Board at
Is, her children's school, and :
edits the school bulletin. The school
is a Solomon Schechter Daj
School.
Jewish Theological Seminary will
he hnptt-d by the Sisterhood of
Temple Beth Shalom, Hollywood
at 10 ia i) Thui iday, Sept. 16, ac-
cording to an announcement made j
by Mrs M. S Cohen, president of
tin' National Women's League <>!
the United Synagogue of America.
Florida Branch vice presndent
Mm. Oscar Sindell. chairman of
the day, Will present Certificates
o!" Award to tbo Florida Branch
Sisterhoods whlSl made their quo-
tas for the 1970-1971 during the
event.
Filya Arzt, daughter of the late
Rahbi Lsedor Singer who lives with
her husband. Rabbi A. David Arzt.
and their four children in Baldwin.
1.1 N.Y., will he the guest speakei
Mrs. Arzt. program vice president
of the National Women's League,
frequently fills speaking engage-
nents for Torah Fund-Rswidenco
Rail in behalf of the Jewish The-
Mo ical Seminary. She has served
as program chairman <<( the Sea-
bo;;'! Branch oi the League and
as program chairman and adult
Ju;\it:oi) chairman of the South
lore. lx>ng Island Branch.
V1 .- A /(, .i gra luate of Brook-
Colii ge and V.de University
Ipartment of Drama, was an as-
M art in the Department of Dra-
iticS Of the Jewish Kducation
pnmittee ot New York. A mem-
of the United Synagogue Com-
ion on few 1st) Education, she
ives on its Parent Education and
n I ii ESdUCatlon Committees, and
[chairman of the Commission's
iimor Activities Committee and
(ffljber of the editorial lx>ard of
publication, "Your Child."
member of the administrative
fl of Camp Ramah in Glen Spey,
Ar^t works with the camp
New B.B. Chapter
Receives Charter
The Roney Pla/a Chapter o!
B'nai B'rith Women will hold its
first installation at a luncheon al
the Algiers Hotel. Wednesday
noon.
Mrs, Arthur Horwitz, president-
< leel "i B'nai B'rith Women Dis-
trlct 3, will present the charter.
'' s. Max Kern, president of
the National Ladles Auxiliary.
lewish War Veterans, will serve
as installing offic t.
Weight Watchers
Luncheon Planned
The Sisterhood of Temple Judea
will hold its first luncheon of th
season Wednesday. Sept. 15, in
the social hall. Weight watchers
food will be serve!.
Guest speaker will he Norm
Fresher, director of Weight Wotch-
era of Greater Miami.
Chairmen of the day are Mrs.
Alvin Burger and Mrs. Marvin
Mill. Mrs. Leon Henry is president
of the Sisterhood.
How ran a blind person "see" a
faqe 5-Hjmountain? Through deftly lllus-
-jtrated braille materials such as
those that will he on exhibil when
the Gre iter Miami Si rtion of Na-
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ho ds open house at its new of-
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Federation building, 1200 Biscayne
Blvd., Sept. s-io.
The information bazaar in ad-
dition to selections from its exten-
sive braille library which is ri c >.-
n/ .1 as one of the best in the
country will highlight NCJW's
services to seniors, the hearing
handicapped and low-income
groups, its expanded scholarship
program, its concern for adequate
child-care facilities and other
needed social action, and its dedi-
cation to worldwide p*ace.
At 1 p.m. Sept. 8. Federal Immi-
gration Examiner Joseph N. Sand-
weiss will dedicate thi Naturaliza-
zation and Immigration Service
rooms in the XCJW's headquar-
ters in memory of Minnie Fein-
berg who. while serving as NCJW
executive secretary for 15 year-.
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begin at 10 a.m.; the bazaar will
be open until p.m.
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cation cf the Naturalization and Immigration Service office
in honor of Minnie Feinberg. who served the National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women as executive secretary for many years
are Mrs. Edward Cowen, (left) membership vice president;
Mrs. Aaron Farr, national vice president; Mrs. Philip Bloom,
president, and Mrs. Sidney Lewis, arrangements chairman
for the section's Open Meeting, Feinberg Dedication, and
Information Bazaar which will take place in the new Federa-
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Combining THF JEWISH MOTf and 7H JfW/SH WfflflY
Volume 44 Number 36
Miami, Florida Friday, September 3, 1971
Price 20 c
Diplomatic Offensive
Expected In The U.N.
JERUSALEM (WNSI-After
a Cabinet briefing on the Arab
diplomatic offensive expected in
the I'nited Nations this month.
Israel's Foreign Minister Abba
Khan told the government lead-
ers that Israel would expose the
atrocities and desecration of
East Jerusalem by Jordan dur-
ing its 19-year rule if the sub-
ject is brought up.
According to publish reports,
Jordan will probably ask for a
Sept. 7 Security Council meet-
ing on Israeli practices in East
Jerusalem. One Israeli diplomat
admitted such a meeting was
'very probable," and Jordan's
request is expected by his dele-
gation, but the formal demand
had not yet been made.
Ambassador Yitzhak Rabin,
who held a news conference at
Lod Airport upon his arrival
from Washington Tuesday, told
newsmen that the I'nited States
is making a mistake in not op-
posing U.N. Security Council
debate on the status of Jerusa-
lem. Such a discussion, he said,
"would even be harmful to Jor-
dan and debate in the U.N.
on the Middle East does not
bring constructive results."
Mr. Rabin also called the U.S.
policy by which a decision on
Israel's request for additional
Phantom .jets has been with-
held "a mistake." The only
chance for achieving an interim
or an over-all peace agreement,
he said, is when the Arabs and
Russians reach the conclusion
they have no military chance of
vanquishing Israel.
Three More Riga
Jews Arrested
NEW YORK (JTA) The
American Jewish Conference on
Soviet Jewry has learned of the
arrest of three more Riga Jews,
two of whom had been on a
hunger strike at the Office of
Ri ijistration and Visas (OVIR)
in the Latvian capital.
According to Richard Maass,
chairman of the Conference, re-
ports indicate that Yerahmiel
Trubeskin and Munia Yechiel-
son. who had launched a hunger
strike in order to dramatize to
the world the refusal of Soviet
authorities to grant their re-
quests to leave for Israel, were
arrested shortly after a demon-
stration was launched Aug. 22
with a third associate, Menuha
Tesel. They were sentenced to
15 days in prison for "hooligan-
ism" last Monday.
Mr. Maas denounced the per-
secution of Soviet Jews who-
ha\e merely utilized non-violent
methods to demonstrate the de-
nial of their human rights to
their fellow-citizens and to the
citizens of the world and urged
American Jews and Christians
to Join in a humanitarian effort
to gain the right for Soviet Jews
to leave for Israel or elsewhere
if they wish to.
Mr. Maass also reported that a
Riga Jewish family has sent an
appeal to the U.N. Commission
on Human Rights, but so far the
U.N. Human Rights Division in
the Secretariat has not acknowl-
edged its receipt.
The latest request made by
Gregory Abramovieh Glikstein,
a 40-year-old engineer, in behalf
of his wife, their two sons, his
parents and himself, was turned
down July 4, but, according to
Mr. Maass, "Mr. Glickstein is
prepared to face the Soviet bu-
reaucracy once more, requesting
that permission be granted for
his family to leave and to live
as Jews in Israel."
Israelis Deny Contact
With Soviet Diplomats
JERUSALEM (JTA)Israeli
officials have denied that any
contacts with the Soviet Union
aimed at restoring relations bc-
Israel and the USSR have taken
place on a diplomatic level.
A Foreign Ministry spokes-
man labeled the report that
Gideon Rafael, director general
of the Foreign Ministry who
"disappeared" from Copenhagen
for 48 hours during a visit to
Bcandlna-vla was actually meet-
'">(; with Soviet diplomats "utter
rubbish." Israeli sources subse-
quently said he had gone to in-
spect a steel plant in Swedish
Lapland, 800 miles from the
Danish capital.
Newsmen recalled the similar
disappearance of Premier Golda
Meir from Stockholm last May
after she attended the Socialist
International conference in Hel-
sinki. Mrs. Mcir visited a resort
in Finnish Lapland, dose to the
Russian border, and it was wide-
ly believed although categoric-
ally denied by the Israelisthat
she met with Soviet emissaries
there.
Mr. Rafael, who was ostensi-
bly in Scandinavia to give lec-
tures, reportedly is slated for an
assignment as a roving ambas-
sador Tor "special missions.
Michael Arnon. the govern-
ment's secretary, told newsmen
Sunday that the Cabinet had not
been informed of any talks held
by Mr. Rafael.
Israeli diplomats will confer
with the delegations of the 10
nations on the. Security Council
with which it has relations on
the Jerusalem issue before the
first session. President of the
Couneil will he Ambassador
Senjin Tsunioka of Japan, but
one source said it "doesn't make
much difference" who heads the
unit so far as its consideration
of Jerusalem is concerned.
In a letter to Secretary Gen-
eral U Thant. Syria's Ambassa-
dor George J. Tomeh declared
that two recent official Zionist-
Israeli statements prove again
Israel's "inherent expansionism
and annexationist policy." He
referred to the forecast made by
Meir Shamir, outgoing director
of the Jewish Agency's Hill Set-
tlement Department last month,
that permanent Israeli settle-
ments on the Golan Heights
would have a population of be-
tween 15,000 and 20,000 within
seven years, and Moshe Dayan's
speech calling on Israel to re-
gard herself as the "permanent"
government in the occupied ter-
ritories.
"A subtle hypocrite and a
brazen aggressor, a preacher of
law and a master of lawlessness,
an expert in provocation and
unequalled in deceit, these have
always been and remain some
typical characteristics of the Is-
raeli government and world
Zionism," Dr. Tomeh wrote.
Jewish Agency
Will Need
$645 Million
During 1972
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
Jewish Agency will need $645
million during the fiscal year
beginning in April, 1972 to carry
out its activities in the fields of
immigration, absorption, agri-
cultural settlement, health and
welfare services, youth aliyah,
housing and education, treasurer
Aryeh L. Dulzin told a meeting
of the Jewish Agency Executive
this week.
Budgeted expenditures of the
Jewish Agency for the current
fiscal year amount to $372 mil-
lion. The budget proposed by
Dulzin and approved by the Ex-
ecutive "ill be submitted to the
Agency's Board of Governors.
Target for the current year is
$600 million, of which $400 mil-
lion is expected to come from
the United States: The Jewish
Agency's budget is separate
from that of the World Zionist
Organization, which amounts to
$28 million this year. With the
reconstitution of the Jewish
Agency, the WZO became a sep-
arate body charged with organi-
zation, information, education
and other activities of a political
nature in the diaspora.
News Briefs
CJF Sees All-Time Record
NEW YORK (JTA)A new record in American Jewish fund-
raising, surpassing the $319 million set in the year of the Six-Day
War in 1967, is likely for 1971, the Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds reported in summarizing information from 128
Jewish communities. The CJF said those communities reported
total contributions of more than $286 million, as of July 1. Credit-
ing greater emphasis this year on personal solicitations for the
federated fund-raising effort, the CJF said 107 of the 128 com-
munities show an expected total of more than $293 million, which
would be an increase of 26?r over 1970 totals from the same con-
tributors; 61 of the reporting communities said they had surpassed
all previous campaigns in their histories. An additional 16 com-
munities said they expected final results to set new records.
Dr. Goldman Receives Prize
BUENOS AIRES (JTA)The Numo Werthein Prize, given
annually by Argentine House in Israel, a friendship society of Jews
and Christians promoting good relations with Israel, has been
awarded this year to Dr. Moises Goldman, former President of the
DAIA and of the Latin American Jewish Congress.
Refugees Evacuated From Camps
TEL AVIV (JTA)The thinning out of the refugee camps in
the Gaza Strip has come to the end of its first phase, with some
13,000 refugees evacuated from three main camps Jebaliyah,
Shatti and Raffah since construction of security roads began
several weeks ago. Most of the evacuees have found new quarters
on their own; several hundred families obtained apartments through
the Israeli authorities. An additional government decision is needed
before the second phase of the operation can proceed, as it would
entail a large expenditure. That phase would make the camps more
secure and accessible. When the project was begun, the evacuation
of 70,000 refugees was envisaged.
Penn Slate Resolving Conflict
PHILADELPHIA (WNS >Pennsylvania State University will
make alternative arrangements for Jewish students whose academic
respsonsibilities conflict with Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year.
Dr. Norman M. Wall, David S. Zelitch and Samuel L. Gaber, who are
affiliated with the Anti-Defamation League, were invited by the
university to formulate the alternatives.
Weitzman Appoints New Dean
REHOVOT (WNS)Weitzman Institute has announced the
appointment of Prof. David Samuel as the new dean of the Chemi-
stry Faculty. He succeeds Prof. Gerhard Schmidt, who died last
month. Prof. Samuel has researched oxygen isotopes and the chemi-
stry of the brain and behavior.
Logbooks Now Bear Slogans
COPENHAGEN (WNS)The logbooks of the two Soviet war-
ships now bear the slogan "Let My People Go" in Russian, English
and Hebrew, Stars of David, and the names of many Jews and
Israelis. The two warships came to Copenhagen for a courtesy visit
and the public was invited to tour the vessels. Among the Danes
who accepted the Soviets' invitation were Jews and Israelis who
listed not only their names in the logbooks but also their protest
over Soviet mistreatment of its Jewish citizens.
ZOA Holding 74th Convention
PITTSBURGH, Pa. The Zionist Organization of America is
holding its 74th national convention here this weekend. Speakers
nclude American Zionist leaders, government officials from both
Israel and the United States, and Dr. Michael Zand, who made
headlines with his bid for freedom and was finally allowed to leave
the Soviet Union a few months ago.
Hannah Senesch Becomes Heroine
LONDON (JTA) "The Diary of Hannah Senesch," story of
a little publicized war heroine who was executed Nov. 7, 1944 by a
Nazi firing squad in Budapest, Hungary, being published by Vallen-
tine and Mitchell here, is attracting a great deal of attention. A
British film company reportedly has bought the movie rights to the
story, which traces the activities of the young woman who was one
of 32 Jews trained in Palestine and parachuted by the Britist Army
behind the Nazi lines to obtain and transmit information. She was
captured and tortured, but revealed nothing.
Tourist Visa Extended
NEW YORKThe Israeli government, claiming it needed more
time to decide whether or not to accept Meyer Lansky as a citizen,
has extended his tourist visa for another month. The reputed czar
of the American rackets has been "visiting" Israel since July, 1970,
and his presence in Israel has been a source of controversy.
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Gusman's $1 Million Gift
Is For U-M Concert Hall
Miami fjancier Maurice Gusman,
84, has given the University of Mi-
ami in excess of 51 million for the
COnsIruction of a concert hall for
the School of Music. The hall will
be named in honor of the donor.
Announcement of the Kit t was
made Ias1 week when U-M presi-
dent Dr. Henry Kins; Stanford and
Mr. Gasman met with U-M Pries*
of Music, trustees and music foe-
ulty at a news conference.
Morris Lap'dus will be architect
for the concert hall. The site will
be in the area of the School of
Music complex which currently
consists of eight buildings. Com-
pletion date is estimated for Jan-
uary, 19To.
A friend of the university for
two decades, Mr. Gusman has con-
tributed to the construction of the
Ashe Memorial Administration
Building, Arthur A. Ungar Com-
puting Center, the Lowe Art Mu-
seum, and to the Golden Anniver-
sary Development Program
tferough tin M twice Gusman Foun-
dation, Inc.
Mr. Gusman. who served as U.S.
representative at the National Ex-
hibition in 1004 in Tanzania at the
personal request of President John-
son, has been active for many
yeaia in banking and l'iancial in-
vestments in South Florida. One
of the original members of the
Q-M's Society of University Found-
ers, he has long been a supporter
of the Greater Miami Philharmonic
Orchestra and numerous other civic
organizations
While the School of Music has
been an integral part of the uni-
versity since Its inception, its nio'.
notable progress has been made
during the p:ist seven years. Dur-
ing that time, following the ap-
pointment of Dean William E. Lee
III, enrollment of music majois
has more than doubled. In this
period Dr. Lee has added 2S na-
tionally and internationally known
musician's to the school's already
notable faculty.
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music. 310 schools and departments
of music are accredited by the Na-
tional Association of Schools of
Music. Ol these 310. 25 have an
enrollment in excess of 400. The
University of Miami, with 425 is in
the upper S'i of accredited insti-
tutions in degree student enroll-
laent. and jiU*kWPper y&d*
ticnally when all L'.OO.l institutions
offering imisic are included.
Undergraduate study has tradi-
tionally been offered in App'ied
Music, Music Education. Music
Theory-Composition. Music History
and Literature leading to the
Bachelor of Music degree. Stand-
ard programs with majors in Mu-
sic Education and Performance cul-
minating in the Master of Musi;
degree continue to be offered. Since
1964, the School of Music has add-
ed to its curricula programs lead-
ing to the Bachelor of Music in
Church Music, Conducting, Music
Therapy. Music Merchandising.
Studio Music and Jazz; and to the
Master of Music in Musicology.
Theory-Composition, Conducting.
(. lunch Music, and Music Therapy
Beginning in 1967. the Ph.D. in
Music has been offered, with ma-
jors In Music Education, Musicol-
ogy. Theory-Composition, and Per-
formance. In 1970 the degree Doc-
tor of Musical Arts with majors ir
Conducting. Music Theory-Compo-
sition, and Performance was ap-
proved by the University's Board
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Workmen's Circle Holds
52nd Annual Conference
The 52nd annual conference- of
Tin' Workmen's Circle Southern
Region is being held this weekend
a! the Deauville Hotel, Miami
peach.
Session* will commence Friday
at i p.m. with a meeting of the
Regional executive board. Satur-
day noon a meeting of the corn-
nil ices jS scheduled, and at 2
p.m. Saturday, a panel discussion
will be held with Stephen J. Rem-
gen. ;i member of The Workmen's
Circle and chairman of Greater
Miami Jewish Labor Committee,
as moderator.
On the panel are Hersche] Seid-
mm of the National executive
board of The Workmen's Circle,
Emanuel Muravchik, executive di-
rector. Jewish Labor committee.
Ray Link, represcnUitivo of AFL-
CIO. and a representative of the
Greater Miami Histadrut commit-
tee.
Sunday at 10 a.m. will be the
official opening of the conference
by Harry Schuldiner, chairman of
the arrangements committee.
Greetings will be extended by Jay
Dormer, Mayor of Miami Beach:
Ed Stophenson, president, Dade
Federation of Labor; Herschel
Se'.dman, Workmen's Circle, Na-
tional executive board; Emanuel
Muravchik, executive director Jew-
ish Labor committee; Edward Tu-
maroff, Histadrut; Professor Isaac
Fein, YIVO; George Daitsman, di-
rector. Teamsters Labor Institute
ot Miami; Joseph P. Zuckerman,
F.ii'band Labor Zionist Movement:
Max Haskel, Socialist Farband,
Morris L. Polin, Bund; Sandra Gut-
erman, I. L. Peretz Workmen's
Circle School; Irving Gordon,
chairman, and Max Gleiberman,
secretary of the Southern Region
committee. A report will also be
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Buest singer. Brocha Skulnick, is
scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m.
Monday's 10 a.m. session will in-
clude committee reports and elec-
tion of officers; the closing session
will be a 2 p.m. meeting of the
Regional committee.
Considerable entertainment has
also l>een arranged for the dele-
Sates and guests, including a Fri-
day, 8 p.m., concert by Brocha
Skulnick, singer, and Larry King,
entertainer; a Saturday, 10 a.m.
cruise on Biscayne Bay; and Sat-
urday evening entertainment at
the night club.
The public is invited to attend
the concert and banquet; informa-
tion is available at the Workmen's
Circle office. 940 Lincoln Rd., Mi-
ami Beach.
Teachers' Seminar Opens New Term
MAX GtE'BERMAN
Rabbi Lipschitz Returns
Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz, who re-
cently returned to Greater Miami
after visiting 10 European coun-
tries, will speak on "The Subtlety
of Christian Missionary Work" at
the 8:15 p.m. service Friday at
Beth Torah Congregation.
Club Season Starter
First regular meeting of the sea-
son of the Massachusetts Club of
Greater Miami will be held on
Thursday, Sept. 9. at H:?,0 p.m. in
the Bel Aire Hotel. William A.
Chiten is president.
The Jewish schools of the com-
munity were to open the new sea-
son with an all-day seminar for
teachers Thursday at the new of
fices of the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation in the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation Building at 4200
Biscayne Blvd., according to Jack
Popick, president.
l'nc' "mornincr session on Jewish
Music for the Classroom was to be
under the direction of Shmuel
Fershko, graduate of the Conser-
vatory of Music in Warsaw, former
lirector of Israels broadcasting
system, "Kol Israel," and inter
nationally-known as a music di-
rector, arranger, and comooser.
Mrs. Magdalen Bader, art spe-
cialist of Coiumoia's University's
resellers' College, and former as-
sociate art professor at the New
Jersey State College Union, is di-
recting the afternoon session in
the teaching of Art for the Class-
room.
The opening seminar initiates the
new school season which begins in
the afternoon schools on Tuesday,
and in the weekend schools on Sun-
day, Sept. 12. The day schools in
the community began their so*
sions on Au.^. T>0: registration is
still open in all the Jewish SChoo's
throughout the community, how-
ver.
Greater Miami synagogues which
have registered their schools with
the Bureau of Jewish Education for
future accreditation include Tem-
ple'Adath Yeshurun. Temple Beth
Am, Beth David Congregation,
Beth Torah Congregation, Congre-
gation B'hai Raphael. Temple Is-
rael, Kneseth Israel Congregation,
Temple Judca. Temple Or Olom,
Temple Sinai of North Dade, Sky
Lake Synagogue and Temple Zion.
Miami Beach registrants are Tem-
ple Beth Sholom, Temple Emanu-
El, Temple Menorah and Temple
Ncr Tamid; in Broward. the schools
>f Temple Beth El. Temple Beth
Shalom and Terr>;>le Sinai, Holly-
wood Temple Israel of Miramar
ind Temple Emanu-El, Fort Laud
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Mayor Jay Dermer Speaker
The American Federation of Sen-
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Chapter will eondr.ct its regular
monthly meeting at 7 p.m. Thurs-
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Volume 44
13 ELUL
Number 36
Hypocrisy Is Evident
The hypocrisy of Egypt's demands that the U.N. in-
tervene against Israel's latest program for the refugees in
the Gaza Strip is evident from its own record when it gov-
erned that tragic area until the 1937 war. No effort was
made to relocate these refugees in other Arab lands, to
provide them with decent employment or education, for
they were nothing but political pawns of their Arab brothers.
By thinning out the camps, it is possible to provide the
refugees with better security against the terrorists who
bomb their own people as well as creating employment
opportunities for many. No matter where they go, they are
entitled to retain their refugee status and obtain the food,
medical and educational services of UNRWA as long as
needed.
Probably the best answer to the Egyptian protest is
given by some 1,200 Arabs from among the more than
100.000 from abroad who were permitted to visit relatives
in Israel this summer. They have applied for permission
to remain permanently in the Jewish state.
Arab Instability Is Weil-Known
The recent evidences of Arab instability carry meaning
far beyond the pessimism openly expressed by King Hus-
sein as to the prospect of waging successful war against
Israel, for that was well-known before Jordan's leader
admitted it publicly.
World opinion is beginning to recognize that Israel's
insistense on geographical as well as diplomatic agree-
ments are essential in an area of the world where leaders,
whose goals are said to be common Arab unity and
the destruction of Israel do not hesitate to go for each
other's throats if the occasion calls for it. The possibility of
radical changes in governments taking place overnight is
too prevalent for Israel to risk its life on either Big Twc
"guarantees" or on today's Arab "moderate."
The capacity for Israel to defend itself against this
instability depends as much on good geographic position
as on the well-known morale and guality of its troops.
Supporters Are Sincere
Because Florida will have one of the first presidential
primaries in the nation next March, this area is beinq ex-
posed to candidates and their views on Israel sooner than
most and with greater emphasis because of the heavy
Jewish concentration in Greater Miami.
It surely goes without saying that none of the serious
candidates for the major party nominations can afford to
take anything but a pro-Israel position. Like it or not, there
is a Jewtsh vote tied with more sentiment to Israel, and
tfiere is considerable Jewish money that flows to the candi-
dates to the point where it seems that none is without a
major Jewish financial supporter.
The danger that should be pointed out now because
some of the questions have been raised already is that
overrent supporters may push their candidates into
positions which are both unreal and unfair to the position
of the United States in the world, thus damaging Israel's
cause .n the long run. Politics aside, it is obvjous that the
candidates who have made the Greater Miami scene thus
far are sincere supporters of Israel; they support not only
its nght to exist but the supply of arms so that it might
light for its existence if necessary.
wo m Ld n0t ?tlieve ,he be8t mteress f he community
would be served by creating an Israel "issue."
WASHINGTON The mast
:: c infronting I -
country at the moment can be
!> put: "Who's looney now
Is it Chou-En-hU, or is it John
8?"
Mart) of the more articu
intry iuM cur-
te for Oakes, wi
the chii I editorial writer of the
Now York Times. If you read
I it In those last years,
im lude that the
normally harsh
has somehow del
af II
i special favor to the United
State*
TO bk SURE, our country la
to blame for ingratitude
f< r this del inging, In Vietnam,
pie, tho fault does not
lie with the naked invasion of
S Vietnam troops
from the Communist North. The
lies, rather, with Amer-
; loyalty to
. .:
all, however, it is clear
that the whole historical proc-
- by
MOSCOW: TICKLe Vfc WITH YOUR LEtf
COMMENT
If you're looking for a good
Jew you probably don't have to
look further than the Jewish
Federation's Women's Division,
right? Right. That's how I
wound up becoming moderator
Of the panel discussion, "Will
There Be a Jewish Communitv
in 1980?" .it the annual Board
Institute last Tuesday.
I must confess they weren't
looking for me, at first. I kin 1
of forced the invitation by beat-
ing my hot typewriter into a
frenzy and inquiring how come
the ladies made up a panel to
discuss the future of tho Jewish
community without including i
-'' -" -'i 'or the svnagogue
MOMENTS after the^Uar-
rived I received a call and an
invitation and since I seem
to be as compulsive a speaker
as a writer of indignant letters
I accepted.
If rabbinical circles are dis-
turbed that an administrator
represented the synagogue I can
only state that I agree but in
the present mood and granted
an attitude that seems to be
dominant in American J, .
life, let s be grateful that one of
US was invited at all. even as an
after-thought.
THERE, is xo desire to be
nasty about it all. The ladies who
lead Women's Division are not
only dedicated to the secular
Jewish community but mam
active in synagogue life to the
extent they a :hIp Th(,
failure to include a syna
spokesman was not deliberate.
JlLS' "' it. And that's
even worse.
If I had planned the incident
to wind up the series of columns
on the plight of the synagogue I
i probably would havi re-
jected it as too contrived. It is
too pat an illustration of how
little concerned leaders of the
Jewish community are
I either the present or fu-
ture of the synagogue and. by
al extension, Judaism, the
n of most of th.se same
Jewish leaders.
IX A RECENT article from
Israel, Frank Meyer wrote in
the Miami Beach Sun about a
Dr. Charles Feinberg who dis-
- all the Jews he meets be-
cause he is a practicing Chris-
tian and claims to be a Jew
For those two-thirds of the
American Jewish population who
are not affiliated with a syna-
gogue, Dr. Fcinberg has to make
a lot of sense:
"Just as there are Chinese
hr thms.- he lay* There u
a difference b-twwn Jew and
Judaism. Judaism is a ri.liRK>n
I do not say I practice Judaism,
"ut that makes me no less a
Jew than secularised Jews in
ti ni^1""1'1 :,nd <^vhero."
TMKRK ARK Qmenm ,,,..ivs
make no pretense at ob-
nyoftheMoslac Law"
tote out If you ask them
"hat religious affiliation they
ha^ they'll tell you K
God, perhaps by P
haposbythoT
favor to the I i
example, we on
arms pace" at
eluding the cost :
to unilateral usai
IT DOBS not i
war has ever beei ,
arms race. In hist
I
aiu. ys b eaus
in an arras race.
Sti ..: i lv tha
faith in "getting > going"
It docs not matt.-. .
biternatton J I
ton.' hU |
"gettn [ Talk-
difference had
sieally decided by so ,
test of power. And 1 -
is like the constant i -|
dation of the United
a universal cure
locust control is tho U N 's
est practical boast.
ABOVE ALL, however, p^.
mior Chou En-lai and editor Juki |
Oakes differ about the Soviet
Union. If one is to believe editor I
Oakes. the cold war is over The I
Soviet Union has suffered a j
happy mutation.
Hence the dangers that used I
to hang over this weary, in-1
periled world because of Soviet
imperialism, have all turned oa
to be largely imaginary So w I
Americans can dismantle our I
national defense. We can with-
draw. We can ignore the burden-
some, worldwide reap >i sil.ilitiei
that history has unkindly thrjst f
upon us.
AS CONFESSED arlier. I|
pray nightly that editor Oaks]
is right. But tho |
you bother to ex I
strongly suggests thai the bew
ting favors Chou 1 :|
Continued on 'age 7-A
by EDWARD COHEN
haven't been in a synagogue |
tempk? for years."
Tills is being writl
the discussion, and I nturenM
guesses as to what
of secular agencies w
the Jewish communitv in IS*
I can identify most themsj
members of congreg I ms, *** 1
I can't overconv the I ngtbitj
the thought prevalent in mostl
Jewish minds today
Dr. Feinberg's than they would |
admit.
LET'S FACE IT:
dent of birth and dei on to i-1*
land of Israel is the
of a Jew. most
made. Little else
for minor sects, thai ,:'"
guishes a Jew from other {*>
pie: the Y. d grand-
parents are almost ill gone
in!
gefilte fish com.- "s in
the super-markets History -
t eight by the A
Committee and our reUefogjr
ference depends on "' ^
and the Supremo Court
Well, what will It ;- Ultbto*
us together after lkW .
YMHA. Jewish Family y.
dren's Service. Hadassah? *
unique faith ami its moral van
which has been the e.-merit uw
has kept the people of !*
gether these many millen*
nored. relogat.-d to 'n:"or. i
then the quality that n,a,;tr
Jew will be gone forever
not by 1380, but therel
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Co-Curricular Activities
Scheduled At Beth Torah
The opening class sessions for
Both Torah Congregation's Hebrew
School will take place next Tues-
day anil Wednesday: the Sunday
School department will commence
on Sunday, Sept. 12.
Jacob Klein has been engaged
(U music instructor and junior
choir director director of the reli-
gious schools. Auditions for the
student choir, which will perform
at the adult Sabbath service, will
be held on Thursday. Sept. 9. and
Thursday. Sept. 16, from 7:30-8:30
p.m.. in the U.S.Y. room.
An arts and crafts club will meet
weekly starting Sunday. Sept. L9,
from 11 a.m. to noon, under the
direction of Mrs. Fred Wildstein.
arts and crafts supervisor for the
religious schools. This will afford
children a creative experience
within the framework of Jewish
art.
Weekly library periods have
been scheduled for each class to
utilize the synagogue library for
reference and enrichment. Mrs.
Edwin Schimek. librarian, will as-
sist the students with their selec-
tions.
These co-curricular activities
have been integrated into the reM-
Happenings
The United Cerebral Palsy Re-
habilitation Center has opened
for the fall semester with new
programs to assist the handi-
capped and an additional teacher
supplied by the Dade County
Public School System. During
the tall semester, the U.C.P. Cen-
ter at 1411 N\V 14th Ave. will
be providing care for 375 chil-
dren and adults in specialized
cat gories including pre-nursery
and comprehensive educational
'-. according to Fred Stan-
ton, president of the hoard of
Mrs.
to
Weatchester Una Oh*
is busy wmking with your neigh-
borhood CTTGO gasoline
ers in promoting the Governors
Campaign foi Safety on the
roads, through the "Arrive
Alive" license tag sale. YOUR
ih ise of "ARRIVE ALIVE"
plates will help the Lions Club
of Westchester cany on with its
v community oriented clviri-
o ects.
World traveler, forester, wild-
life biologist, and information and
educational specialist. Donald A.
Beery, will present a travel i
lecture on Cambodia, Land of the
Kyhmers, Sunday, Sept. 12, at
8:15 p.m. in the lecture hall of
the Edwin L. Wiegand Center at
Barry College. The public is in-
vitee! to attcn I; adn isston is free.
gious school program in order to
supplement the student's formal
instruction. Receiving a Europoan-
Jewish tradition, new students en-
tering the Sunday School will be
welcomed with candy treats, sym-
bolizing the sweetness to be had
in learning of their heritage.
Maccabee Lodge
Takes Veterans
To Calcler Races
Maccabee Lodge 2579 B'nal
B'rith took 40 disabled veterans,
many in wheel chairs, to Cal.lei
Race Track on Thursday. Aug. 26.
The committee in charge of the
proji ct, headed by Jerry Bei
also sponsored a picnic for the
disabled veterans in June. Commit-
tee members visit the Veterans
[Hospital twice a week for planned
therapy with the patients.
Those serving on the committee
in addition to Mr. Berger are Jack
Lipschitz, Joe Zelner, Helen Gross.
Hannah Askuyth. Sam Forman.
Irwin Yoffee. Victor Stein. Abe
Jam. Dick Dickies. Sam Cohen,
Ben Schur, Louis Kashdan. Sol
Podolsky. William Sacks. David
Lc\ ine and Arthur Sackin.
George N. Kotin is Maccabee
Lodge president.
Taft Brandeis Districfs
Featured Speaker Monday
Adon Taft. religion editor of the
I Miami Herald, will be the featured
speaker at the next membership
1 meeting of the Brandeis District of
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica to be held Monday at 8 p.m. in
the Washington Federal Auditor-
ium, 1133 Normandy Dr.. Miami
Beach. He will discuss his recent
visit to Israel and his Interviews
with lsie li leaders.
Louis Hoberman. president of
the Brandeis District, will an-
nounce his appointments of chair-
men of various standing commit-
tees for the coming year. Ezra
Fincgold, honorary president, will
act as master of ceremonies f >
the program and social hour which
will follow the meeting With re-
freshments donated by president
and Mrs. Louis Hoberman,
Sen. McGovern Assails Nixon Economic Policy
Senator George McGovern last
week described President Nixon's
new financial pottey us 'economic
! madness." The South Dakota Dem-
! ocrat, first announced candidate
for his party's 1972 presidential
nomination, said "The wage-freeze
\ is"abou1 rotfr years overdue."
Senator McGovern. a frequent
Florida visitor, also said: "The
10'i tax on imports is unnecessary
| and illegal. The President has
shown a total lack of confidence
in the American economy. He has,
no faith in our workers, in our
iiismesses and in the free enter*
prise system."
'Grandees' Reviewed
The Arlen House Social Club
will hear Mrs. Sophie Primak re.
view "The Grandees" by Binning*
ham on Tuesday at 8 p.m Di.
lielle Brevier is chairman of the
cultural vommittee.
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Hebrew Home For Aged
Planning New Building
With Its faoilii.-s for 15f> resi-
dents utilizrel to capacity, tho Hc-
brew Home (or. Un Aged, of Miami
Beach is irrtensnying its plans to
replace its original building with
;i new dom.iliciliar> home.
Sidney Slegel, executive director
of the non-profit, non-sect an in,
community-owned Institution said
preliminary plans for the new
structure have bean approved by
the Miami Beach city council and
permanent plans "arc now being
created." i f.
The Hebrew Home for the Aced
began IS yean ago in a modest,
two-story building on Collins Ave-
nue at 3rd St. TTv original struc-
turi has since been completely
right The facts are impressive
and have indeed been partly ad-
mitted by the Times.
Premier Chou En-lai's view
of (he facts was clearly revealed
by the Kissinger-Chou meeting
in Peking. For 22 years the
Chinese Communist government
has incessantly and violently de-
nounced the Very idea of such 8
meeting, especially on the terms
on which Chou and Kissinger
met. The meeting represented a
great change and surely a
Very painful change in Chi-
nese Communist national policy.
IN AN important Sunday ar-
ticle, the Times gave the main
reason for this policy change In
one word, "fear." Furthermore,
the hard fact- amply justify the
fear that unquestionably led to
the change in Chinese policy and
thus to Premier Chou's long in-
timate talks with Dr. Kissinger.
Tho facts concern the Soviet
military buildup on the Chinese
front i.er. often reported in this
spaoe. The Soviet buildup has
now n-nched the level of more
than 45 divisions or about 800,-
OfO men, plus a couple hundred
thousand satellite Mongolian
troops. For the United States
such a military buildup would
have cost a minimum of S10 bil-
lion per annum in the last three
yean.
TIIF, BUILDUP includes at) wj
1.000 or the Soviet Union's most
modern attack aircraft. Where
the Chinese might counterattack,
in tho maritime provinces Of
eastern Siberia, the Soviets now
have the world's largest single
concentration <>i heavy artil-
lery and tactical nuclear weap-
ons in the whole world.
Vet the main pattern of the
buildup is unquestionably offen-
sive. Preparations to attack and
the final decision to attack are
two very different things, of
course. But the Soviet' have in
fact been preparing, an l at huge
cost for a preventive nuclear
strike to destroy China's nuclear
power before China's nuclear
power can grow dangerouslj
great.
TTIE \K\V Chinese relations
with the United States are main-
ly intended to weigh the balance
in thi Kivnilin agaiMl using the
preparations already made. The
Chinese Communist have chang-
ed their national policy t.> buy
n laauvancc polley, In fact
i! what may ba an insuffi-
cient insurance poHey. So it can
be ei. seen that at minimum.
PremJ i Ch w an I editor Oakes
,!,, n it inhabit the same world
as en 'i would perceive it.
In ,.,> Oe I nothing
so ugly as a ] vent ve i
strike v thi
ly conceivable, m Premier Ch >u -
world, the threat Is i
can- I :
tiou.d polic}
So I lopeAt, "Who's
SIDHtY S/FGEl
renovated, and now houses 50 resi-
dent patients who require a mini-
mum amount of care.
Next to the original structure
is a modern, four-story wing which
provides a home and highly trained
1 professional care for lOt! patients.
Resident physicians are available,
I and each floor is staffed by reg-
istered nurses, licensed practical
male and female nurses, aides and
orderlies.
The home has boon accredited
by the American Hospital Associa-
tion, according to president Leon-
ard Zilbert. It i> affiliated with the
National Association for Jewish
Homes for the Aged, the Geriatric
S ciety and the American Associa-
tion for Homes for the Aged.
Transfer agreements are main-
tained with such hospitals as South
Shore. Ml. Sinai, St. Francis. Jack-
son Memorial and Baptist. The
home provides care for the sick and
elderly in four capacities: nursing
care, skilled care, custodial care
and care for the chronically ill.
Mr Siegel has more than 27 years
of experience in the care and re-
habilitation of the aged. He has
served Veterans Administration
hospitals in tho Bronx and in E.ikt
Orange, N.J. and was assistant di-
rector of the 1.000-bod Brooklyn
Hebrew Home and Hospital for
the Aged.
Seventy percent of the Hebrew
Home for the Aged of Miami
Beach's residents arc charity pa-
itients. The home survives Mr. Zil-
i bert said, through private contri-
butions which help make up its
large yearly deficit.___________
Certain To Change
Political Climate
With two months remaining un-
til Miami Beach's biennial munici-
pal elections, it seems the city's
Political climate is certain to
change
Mayor J ij Dermer has announc-
d he wil m t seek reelection to a
third two-year term, and former
Metro Mayor Chuck Hall has an-
nounced he will run for the seat
being \acated by Mr. Dermer.
The Incumbent mayor made his
innouncement at a news confer-
nee at bis home, saying he will
run for an undisclosed higher of-
tice and that it would not be
proper to use the Beach mayor's
oast as a springboard for such am-
bitions.
Former mayor Hall, who dis-
posed his candidacy at a meeting
thi- week at the Holiday Inn. re-'
signed his Dade County |wst last
vear to make an unsuccessful try
for the Democratic party's guber-
natorial nomination.
The four-year terms on the city
council will be on the November
ballot. Vice Mayor Leonard O.
Weinstein and Councilman D. Lee
Powell are expected to seek re-
election. Councilman Harold Rosen.
appointed to the seat vacated bv
Norman Ciment nine months ago,
is expected to seek a ful' term.
Eucalyptus Trees To Be
Planted In Huia Valley
Eucalyptus trees are to be plant-
i d on 3.000 dunams or kind in the
Hula Valley by the Jewish National
Fund. The area Is part of the for-
mer Hula swamps which were
drained and dried by the Fund In
the tOSO's. Extensive research has
shown that the land in question is
unsuitable for agriculture but of-
fers promise of a high yield ol
timber.
At present, routine thinning and
other maintenance operations in
KKL forests yield approximately
40,000 tons of timber products a
year for local industry, netting a
savings of about one million dol-
lars in foreign currency for the
country.
School Term Begins At Kneseth Israel
David Eisenstcin, president of
Kneseth Israel <" mgregatlon an-
nounces the beginning of its
school term this week. Registra-
tions are still lying accented fov
Its Hi brew and high schools un ler
the supervision of Jacob K. Ktodan-
iky. chairman of it> board of edu-
'tvin. 'and schoolmaster Sholem
Epelbaum.
The curriculum at Kneseth Is-
rael has been revised in an effort
to make the studies as interesting
is possible. The high school de-
partment was added In conjunc-
tion with the Bureau of Jewish
Education, in order that the stu-
dent may continue his schooling in
.' synagogue atmosphere.
Cantor A, Seif trains students
in traditional Jewish music ai I
modern, Israeli song; Jewish life
is taught and put into practice as
well, through a program of daily
living. Sabbath preparation, >l!lt'
ith and Holiday services.
The entire program at Kneseth
Israel, which has n long-standing
policy of accepting students tui-
tion free in order t.i mike Jewish
education available to all, is under
the direct supervision of the con-
gregation's spiritual leader. Rabbi
I >av id Lehrt'ieW.
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Friday. September 3, 1971
Dr. Irving Lehrman Speaker For
Academy's Installation Dinner
Dr Irving Lehrman, presidenti rollmont of more than 800 estab-
of the Synagogue Council of Amer- Uahlng a now record, according to
ipeak at Ihe annual instal- honorary Me president Louis
'.: rwitzer.
Mr. Merwitzer reported prog-
ress n construction of the He-
,v \ idemy's new Junior
senior high school building as on
with cornerstone laying
ies sol lor Oct. 17.
A husband-wife team will tike
, hair-men of the boards
. ;, M ni Hebrew
Academy and H sbrew Ac
i n at the Sept. 12 dinner,
which is open to the public.
Leonard Rosen will be installed
as chi irman of the men's organiza-
tion, and his wife, Dorothy, will
assume the same position for the
Hebrew Academy Women.
Herman L. Shaw and Oscar
Schapiro, associate chairmen of
the Academy's fun-raisins drive
for the new building, said the cam-
ipproaching the half-way
mark towards its 1782.080 goal.
Histadrut Council Sponsor
Of Reception For Visitors
The attendance of the Hon. Official greetir.gs to the tre,
Mll<1, (; | consul General ol will be presented by Israeli sii
the State of Israel, at the Israel Dormer and Sieve Clark.
i Entertainment f >r the i c ;>i
will proa' rated bl Israe I -
EkH h ho has gained
ternational rt I it m for his
r tat ion i
h is boi n in H
Yi shiv it'
it ch
e! i lU :: Si '
- lavy. Hi is tou
ind '' United Si
nd .i number of his recordii ~
have m I bra (M "Hll Pai
His cl b eng igetro nts in New V
includ i Bve months I I
Cafe Tel Aviv and apj i I
he Sabra. Cazbah and El Avi
IRVING HKUL
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
lation dinner of the Greater Miami
Hebrew Academy and of the He-
brew Academy Women Sept. 12 at
the Deauville Hotel.
The rabbi of Temple Emanu-El!
in Miami Beach, he recently re- Use of drugs and drug addiction i Operation Re-Entry, and has
turned from a tour of Europe and|])V njjamj Beach youths is far from spoken on the problems of drugs
Israel in connection with his newly-
d duties as president ol' th
of the -Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai
B'rilh meeting at the 1U) Lincoln
Road Building.
official coordinating body of Or-
tfaotl Conservative and Reform
Judaism.
Irving Firtel, a 1 tng-time mom-
b : din ct r of Dr. Lehrman's
ration, will be installed as
at the banquet.
Judge Rosen Speaks On Drug Addiction
a non-Jewish problem, city council- throughout Dade County for iev-
man Harold Rosen told members eral years.
Flagler Kennel Club Ending
Successful Season Sept. 2
"The overwhelming percentage Flagler Kennel Club was to
of drug users we have encountei i of the most successful grey-
nt* "ol'the'Hebrew Academy Iin Miami Beach are Jewish, corre- hound racing meetings in hist r,
sponding almost exactly t.> the rnursday night with the cham-
>l Jew ish students." finale of the $10 i I
Mrs. Leonard Adler will l*1 in- Rosen asserted
stalle l for a si cond term as presi-
dent ol the Hebrew Academy
Women, with Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross serving as installing officer
lor both organizations.
"With the rapid movement by
Jews into the mainstream of
American living, differences in
- itistics such as drug usage have
B. I. Binder, past president of virtually disappeared. Indeed, the
the H bn w Academy and general Percentage of drt licts among
chairman of the dinner, said Dr. l,l>P*''
man's acceptance "is an indi-
:. of the community's growing
acceptance of the Hebrew Acad-
emy as an outstanding educational
institution for all branches of
Judaism."
Classes opened this week at all
divisions of the Hebrew Academy
and its affiliated schools, with en-
Choice Seats Are Available
For High Holy Day Services
Choice seats for the High Holy
Days are still available at Temple
Beth Tov, which has been given a
new coat of paint as well as new
crystal lights in anticipation ol
the holiday celebration. Persons
desiring additional information are
asked to call Tom Gruberg or the
temple office.
Registrations for Hebrew and
Sunday School are being accepted
every Sunday from 10 a.m. to
noon at the temple, which is lo-
cated at 6438 SW 8th St., where
it is accessible from all directions
by bus.
middle class families, in
which category many Jewish t'ami-
ies :all, is particularly high."
Judge Rosen is an officer of
!er D 510.000 Tom
Benner Memorial. The Derby is
run over the 5 16 mile -
and the Benner stake, o\ *
' It sii-,..... marathon route.
Flagler, which will handle more
than S67 million wagered by over
a million fans for the 100-day sea-
son, tops off th.' record campaign
with the world's longest grey-
nound race, a five-furlong affair,
which was to be run as the con-
cluding event.
CADI IL0N
Histadrut Council of South Flor-
ida's reception for the "Israelis
Visit Florida" group at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel, Sept. 15, will
mark the first affair of the sen-
son at which an officer of thi
Israeli government will
an official capacity. Also appear-
ing at the rec ption will l>e Ai
Zur, North Americ in i
tive of the Israel Ministry ol
Tourism.
Chairman of r is Judge
Herbert S. Sliap.ro. The w
. in u ill begin at S pan
m the East Ballroom of the hotel,
ling to Dr. Leon Kronish,
national chairman of Histadrut.
Advance reservations a 111
quired. Tickets, at a nom
Charge, are available by calling
Histadrut's executive direct ir
ward Tumaroff. or by visiting >r
writing the Histadrut offices. One
Lincoln Road Bid?., Miami Beach.
Colder Holiday Schedule
("aider Race Course climax-s Its
mer meeting with the s"
Needles Handicap on Satun
and the $lO.(ioo added Labor I
Handicap on the holiday. Sept
The Needles Handicap honoi
.,. Florid i's all-time gn at
throughbreds, is for two--.
it the ''- furl ing distanci w
the Labor Day Hand;".iii is i p
to all campaigners three-years
nil older and is the season's I
i major fi ature at 10 l irl
Post time for the Saturd ly
Monday nine igr uns wil
at 1:30 p.m.
Or. Muwell Bt'jer, Saboi Rev. Mndecu JjiOem, (:(
TEMPLE ZAMORA
The Friendliest Synagogue In Town
44 Zamora Avenue, Coral Gables. Fit.
proudly announces that it it accepting a limited
number ol applications for membership
Hebrew School Registration open now. Transportation is-
available. Reservations for High Holy Days taken now.
Daily Minyon morning and evening.'
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3 DAY CONGREGATIONAL SCHOOL
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SUNDAY OPEN HOUSE COFFEE 10 A.M. TILL NOON
TEMPLE OR OLOM
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Ralph Z. Glixman, Rabbi
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Morning and evening
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School, Transportation Available
NOW ACCEPTING HIGH HOUDAY RESERVATIONS
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For information call Temple Office 221-9131
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CANTOR WliUAM UPSON


Friday, September 3, 1971
*Jeniti ncridian
Vage 9-A
I
New Youth Director
At Temple Menorah
Hit name i Yitzchak Rogel, bul
tho kids the teenagers with
whom he works call i ini Itzick.
Hr M VM now youtfl Temple M -nor h'i ax
BCtivit; pro am.
Itz :k, b ling, sin
cere [si >H-1 >rn youi
ou<
"Ind ndei :
in t:n' "
two : nths. I'" m u i I 19 i7
through Au "i t, 107 served in
I-: ii Ps an ij i
where he n tar.Us do th
c. Ing."
Dan illj < >lk | incing,
was [tzlck's cot er, H taught
d incing in the ORT S N i
tanya, where he had I hi;
elementary school
training. He fondly re incing
with i groun b fore David Ben-
Gurion, Pinchas Sapir, and other
government leaders at Kfar Saber
where Israel's, both Jews and
Arabs, gathered to celebrate Is-
rael's 22nd anniversary.
While in the army. Itz.:ck saw
service on the Suez, where he was
involved in the "War Of Attri-
tion." Although he has scars of
those battles, he prefers to talk
about his involvement with the
Americans whom he led as
they came to "tour the Suez
Canal."
Young people are Itzlck's first
love. After receiving his discharge,
he worked with America:; teen-
agers who had come to ton el to
Study or participate in organized
tours.
Although his specialty was Is-
rael l t bee ime
Ly involved with the Am >ri-
;an t- n \ He was
thi Ir c 'ii. danl an I thi Ir ha]
;'s he taught and to
live in Isra 1 Il w is this Inv lve-
menl w Ith u An ric in teenager
i
tl
i for
has a h
In An erica h hop to stu lv
ci\ 11 englneei ing ai d has i
ten i ir p
it Mlami-D id Junior C ille >.
[1 ick will ho welcomed by th
120 1 !" Temple Menorah
it their special "A Summer Ro-
mance" program launching the
youth program of the temple Sat-
urday night, Sept. 11.
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Top Speakers Scheduled
Top American, Jewish and Zion-
ist personalities are scheduled to
address Pioneer Women's National
Biennial Convention in St. Louis,
Mo.. Sept. 12-15 including Yosef
Tekoah. Israel's Ambassador to
'he United Nations, U.S. Rep. Mar-
tha Griffiths of Mich.. Dr. Israel
Miller, national president of the
American Zionist Federation. Dr.
Mian Pollack executive vice chair-
man of Am rlcan Professors for
Peace in the Mid lie East, R ibbi
Rolvrt Jacobs, national chairman
of Hillel Directors ind I. L. Kenen,
editor cf the N...... East Reoort,
Israeli Troops Fire On
Overflying UAR Planes
TEL AVIV IJTAJ Israeli
troops In anti-aircraft batteries
along ih< Sue/ Canal opened fire
on Egyptian military planes fly-
ing over their positions Satur-
day, according to a military
spokesman here.
According to the spokesman.
Israel has complained to the
United Nations staff in Jerusa-
lem about the pair of Sukhoi-7,
Russian built fighter bombers
which flew over Israeli positions
along the northern sector of the
canal, and the two which flew
over positions along the central
sector a few minutes later. The
incident is one of a series "I
violations of the Middle East
cease-fire by Egyptian forces.
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Religion Motivates
Rabbi Cop/on
By U M-.IVI JONAH E. CAPLAN
Sky Lain Sjmaejqcaa
There ;uv a''number 6T Laws in
1 lis week's portion of the Torah
how purpose it is to motivate
pood human be-
ha v lor.
One of those
laws requires
thai ii you Iv.iili
a new house
you "make a par-
apel for thy roof,
that thou bring
not blood upon
thy house if any
man fall from
lucre."
In the same
vein, the Torah
li ILs as: "Thou shalt not oppress a
) red servant ... In the same day
thou shalt give him his hire, that
I le .sun may not go down upon it.
. lie i; pool and Betted his heart
upon it. lest he cry against thee
unto the Lord, and it be a sin in
t iee."
We are told. "When thou dost
ml thy neighbor any manner ol
an, thou shalt not go into his
use to fetch his pledge. Thou
Shall stand outside and the man
lo whom thou dosl lend shall bring
irth the pledge outside to thee
nd if hi- is a poor man. thou
f >all not keep his pl< dge overnight.
Thou shall surely restore to him
I le pledge when the sun goeth
..mi. that he m iy sleep in this
i trmenl and bless thee and it
shall he righteousness to thee be-
: re the Lord, thy G-d.'
ThOtl Shalt remember that thou
was! a slave in the land of Egvpl
and tile L'6vd."'th.\"t".-(i: redeemed
thee therefrom, therefore, I com-
mand you to do this thing."
Motivation is one of the pri-
mary factors in human behavior.
We can be motivated to do things
purely out oi selfishness, with >ut
regard to our fellow human beings.
Or. we can bo motivated by deep
human feelings and c i i
which will t ike into account those
who** lives we touch.
To exercise compassion and un-
derstanding, we must place our-
selves in the position of the poor
or the oppressed. We must our-
selves feel their need in order to
bo able to respond to it.
This is why the Torah reminds
US constantly that we were slaves
in the land of Egypt. "For ye know
the life of the stranger, for ye
were strangers in the land of
Egypt."
We musi never forget our bum-
ble beginnings as a people. "And ye
shall not hard* n your hearts" is
another reminder not to forgot our
past.
MIAMI
A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 99S SW 67th Awe. Orthodox
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
,, --------
' ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowit* 2
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Ed-
_______I u.___. -Ml
By If \bbi sami i:>. .1. K)\
JO, 1871 Jevvl*h Telegraphic Ag-enej
Wh> do pious people iiiko ear*
not to leave any holy hoi>k o|M-n
when they are not reading It?
Some claim that a holy book is
likeaholj personality. Leaving the j "conservative! Rabbi sol Landau
hook open unattended, would be cantor wiiiiam w. Lipson 4
,., .. Prluas ,: pm Saturday .1 111 M.n-
hkv leaving the presence of a per- ,, .. Bl,r .. lvah lrvhl|, v,. ,
son who deserves respect. This on of Mr. and Mr
29
Sermon \vh.ii I
veiur Children This
ward Klein.
a 1:1." e n
IiiMmI Prom
Pairi Sunim. 1
NER TAMID (Temple). 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative.
---------
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Or.
Orthodox, Rabbi Phineas Weber,
man. 30
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken.
dall Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. 3
--------- .__
BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave. SEpHARD,C JEW|SH CENTER 6JS
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31
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CONGREGATION TZ CHAIM tM2-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
Leonai 'l Adlei
Groner.
12
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave. !
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson 6 |
Saturday ( 15 a m Topic i> Religion
"PortI......f Law
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79th Street Cause
way. North Bay Village Conserva-
tive. Cantor Carl Bender. 32-A
a.-------
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (Temple). 025
NE Miami Gardens Dr. Conserva-
tive. Rabbi Milton Schlmsky. Can-
tor Nathaniel Schub. 33
Pursuing the thought further.
the Torah says: "Thou shalt not
pervert the fustics due to the
U-unger or to the orphan nor
take a widow's garment in pledge
1,500 Delegates Expected
Ral! i Joseph Karasick, presi-
dent of the Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations ol America,
has c died up n the affiliated con-
gregations in the United States
and Canada to appoint their re-
spective delegates to the Sec >nd
World Conference of National Syn-
agogue Organizations and Religious
Councils Which will take place in
Jerusalem Jan. 9-12 and to make
the necessary preparations to par-
ticipate in the Jerusalem conclave.
More than 1,500 delegates arc ex-
pected from the Western Hemi-
sphere.
would constitute an insult.
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave Ortho-
| dox. Rabbi H. Rothman 5
There is an Interesting mystical
xplanation for this prohibition.
Some claim that there is an evil
angel who is assigned the guard-<
ianship of the pages of the holy ^,^%,; r,,';.;',,:,''........
book. Those Who leave the book
onen and walk aurav fill into In.- BETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th
optn ana vvalK .ivv.tv l.lll Inlo in- s, Conservative Rabbi Simnn
power of this angel who makes April. Cantor Seymour Hinkes 8
them forget what they learned and ----- I beth torah. ne iwth st. at nm
thov hmvxTWi ahaont minrloH ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER Ave. Conservative. Rabh. Ma. Lip-
inej o.comi aoseni minnea. Miami. 137 NE 19th Street. Reform sehitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 10 Prldaj I IS p.m.
j A third opiniondeclares that ,MA1UT1 CBNfBR. sm *, a**
When a holy lKH)k Is lelt open Ull- st. Conservative
j at tended, something which Ls lm-| Dra
pure may fall onto it.
What is the original and the
Significance of the "Yekum I'ur-
kan" pnyer which is recited af-
ter the Torah reading 011 the
Sabbath?"
Tonli Subtle
Chrlatlan Mlsalonao Work"
Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
zin. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11 [ B-NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Charlea Rubel
0LOM (Temple) 8755 SW 16th I Cantor Jack Larner. 36
Conservative. Rabbi Ralph I Saturday morning ftar Mltwali
cman. 13 1 Cm Ik Aoatnv. :, ol Mi and l|r
OR OLOM
St.
Glixman.

TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein. 14
Prldaj sir. pin Baturdaj 9 ., m
This prayer was one whose his-
; ,, is ,,.,ef to the period of the tS^^SSST^^ R">b'
[Babylonian academies. It was or- Frldaj v 15 pm Baturdaj :So a-tn
idalned as a measure of tribute to
V11.1I.
Banford Apatov
-----
SINAI (Temple) of NORTH DA "
18801 NE .'?nd Ave Reform. Ran,
Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor Irving
Shulkes. 37
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E. ,
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na- I
15 SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah F
Caplan.
M
,, .. ZION (Temple) 8000 Miller Rd Con-
the temporal head of the Jewish ,erVative. Rabb, Norman N. Shap.ro
community known BS the "Resh Cantor Richard S. Browdy 16 V?,VN.C*
r~- 1 .1 l j .- ., -i j I Friilav v pm Ra| \li,7.\:,ti lo'l.m MIAM
Gahltha ilv-ad of the exiled com- .j.,,,
munity). The heads of the
daughti 1 ,-i Mi and Mm Rei -
two I nard Rlchman Baturdaj 9 am Bar
Babylonian Jewish academies (Suraj $$ BejielT"" """ "' '" ...... "*"
and Pumbedithal would come to
-:. 1 |a
'.
*.. .!!.!
SYNOPSIS Of THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Ki-Saitzai
in^ZZ^fTJS?to ba,,k'asiiins1 thin" <*
The final group of laws proclaimed by Moses to the Israelites
tt MMduals ^s^nsdnhty to maintain humane relations with
his ellow man. They include injunctions on modest and dec
conduct m don, ,, consideration for others and krl^ 2
bat^oSTc LAWS i fCmal "'-'-,-, captured in a
Data outside ( inaan, could not be forced immediately into mar-
_ -; h her captor who desired he, Her feeling, "were to I
'N-.tcd and after being brought to his home, a month had to
String whteh She underwent certain rites of purtficaU >n n
' E2VZh'"m,op,ion of ,he Jewtah fni,h- ^S
iLWi* d in ,ar.y respects as sacred M marriage itself The
usbana who talsely accused hU wife of u-m, uStaste beSe
-nu,-o whd., they had been betrothed, wa, lo bo
^ -. Inaddit,on be had,,, pay a fine of one hund snek^s
to hi raterai compensation for defamation, and could never
divorce his wife. Should, however, the ch.-,o be !,
d;,;: .h1" 2? p,",a,ty-Whcn a hu*^ SoS t
manner. Should the woman remarry and bo divorced a second
1 me, or become a widow after her remarriage she was nt
aUowed to marry her first husband again
CONSIDERATION FOR OTHKRS The dutv I .
': syTaSToS "cu"''""'""5<* -"'-
-J .1 i "C'' aga'n this ob|W"ion was impressed
^ ThTwro^l" "ln,USh St'Veral mrCil'Ul anrt '-nan ^7
ThevM-onmlo,, was no| t ,, Xn,.^ ^^ h -
eorjoral punishmenl was administered. Justice was to be ten"
ed wh mercy. A he,pinC hand must be extended to one's
wrnch has gone astray, or should you find any article of last
pro,H.r,y. it is your duly ,o resto.-e i, him. If ,he owne e m-
not be tound. H Is t be kept in the finders house until claimed
R.KUI.,tu.ns were hud down to, the relief of the stnger orphan
and ukIovv who musi be protected from every kind of expression
and injustice. '
"K.N.)M,sy To ANIMALS Kind,,,,, u. hl. .h()Un ,
;'N h> '"' : 'ts of *Bielty which caus. I them suffering
Fo, hu,,,n1.v,!!n...ons. he mother hi,-,! was not to be taken
"'Ul h" '"" bul "'- to b m ,,u ,, M ^ h .,.
young ones removed from the nest. Animals of unequal strength
such as the ox and the ass, re not to be j ther nor
H, hH"'!"ir'"ll''i '' i'"v''"' M i"i^>i'^ its hunger when
it thieshed out the corn.
the synagogue an I sit to his right
and loft respectively. The tem-
poral chief of the exile would then
expound some discourse and then
a blessing would bo given him.
This was the Yekum Puritan
prayer.
A second such prayer was later
ordained after the academies ceas-
ed to exist. While the first blessed
Iho head of the exile and the
scholars of the academies, tlio sec-
ond blessed all the congregants. It
seems at first that the first Yekum
Purkan was omitted. I^ater it was
again included out of respect to
Jewish centers of learning wher-
ISRAEL OF GREATER
... I. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox
Rabb, Naftali Porosh. 39
i III S.itlll '!.'> .i in 7 SI
|, ill
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabb, Joseph Gorfinkel, Cantor Ben
Zion K.irschenbaom. 35
---------
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox Rabbi Isaac Ever. 17
BETH ISRAEL. 77t 40th St. Orthodox
Rabbi Berel We.-\ is
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir.
ky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19
BETH RAPHAEL (Temple). 1S45
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
CORAL GABIES
JUDEA (Temple). 5500 Granada Blvd.
Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper 40

ZAMORA (Temple) 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berg
tr.
4:
FT. lAUDfROAIE
BETH ISRAEL (Tempi*). 547 E Oak.
land Park Blvd. Rabbi Akiva Bril-
liant. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
EMANU-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Park
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur J. Ab-
rams. Cantor Jerome Klement. 43
BETH SHOLOM ( Temple). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor David Conviser. 21
ever they were. Those two pravers J-''i'>> 7:48 t> m Sermon: i, ini
_____ I______j ..._j .,__ _.:t; I Knsy Tii He JVvvinh In Th.- lfT"'.-.
wore composed and the still in
Aramaic.
Later, a Hebrew blessing was
included as a "Moe Shebe)
for all who worshipped or even
helped the community. Now all
three are recited as a symlwl of
>ur admiration and respect for
learning, our admiration for the
ancient Babylonian Jewish com-
munity and our regard for every
single Jew who has anything to do
with the Jewish community.
Saturday 10:48 am. Bar Mltivati
Henri Carman, son of Mr- Rnalyn iir-
ni:in and .Mr Michael Oman
BETH TFILAH 935 Euclid Ave Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov
aky.
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA-
TION, 843 Meridian Avenue. 22-A
.------a
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig. 23
P0MPANO BEACH
SHOLOM (Temple). 132 SE 11th Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. Shop
Cantor Ernest Schreiber. 49
SUtfSlOE
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION.
9293 Harding Ave.. Surfside. Town
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac O. Vine.
60
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MAUANDAIE
22 HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER 124
NE 1st Ave. 44
HOUYWOO0
BETH EL (Temple). 135
Reform. Rabh
Pl Ida) 8:15 i> 111
'I Change"
. S. 14th Ave.
Samuel Jaffe. 45
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Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler 24 [?e st- Conservative. Rabbi Morton
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*Jewisii Fhridian
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Max Lerner
Sees It
Dr. Milton Wei Ilk lei Cultural Discussions For South Miami Young Couples
*h\V YORK With G.-orKc Jackson's death, and an at-
empl-. tfOrt to make a martyr of him for the cause of black Marxist
.revolution. Ii there is. it will be a continuation after his death
of the movement in his lifetime to use his name and fate for
propaganda.
They set him up to kill him and they killed him.'' said
his mother And his lawyer. John Thorne, said "I cannot con-
ceive ot him liyine, to .scape." Yet Jacks m had told Tad S/ulc.
intervicuau; him in April for the New York Times magazine,
"The whole truth is that I Aould hope to escape."
^The story of his attempt, of his obtaining a gun (very shortly
, after a \;-n imm a j hiih white lawyer), of his killing !>y a
g*MKi he ran to a courtyard wall, of the three guards and
two pr'.Mtiers found with their throats slashed; that story has
not Ixi ti wholly reconstructed. When it is we shall see in it. I am
convinct ii. one of the saddest stories of our violent time.
U;KOK<.K JACKSON WAS A victim, yes. but not of a framed
escape and a calculated shooting. He was the victim of a long
history ot discrimination against blacks, not yet entirely over-
come des;>;te the principled effort in many areas to overcome it.
Hew a- the \ictim of the resulting black race, channeled into a
fruit 1 >s .uui -elf-Jestmotive philosophy of violent revolution and
of an Inevitable white counter-rage.
The five white men. with tilt ii Ihro ts slashed, were also
victims ot tin- ci\il war of contending rages, which is deadly
wherever it happens and even deadlier within the walls of a
prison.
Ceo rue Jackson was a talented mind, who had made him-
self into a writer of great force. Self-taught, plowing through
the cla-ics of revolutionary philosophy in prison, including
Marx, Kneels. Ixmin and Mao TsO-tUng, he grew obsessed with
the idea of the Macks as the carriers of the Marxist revolution
of our time. Hi- anger channeled and distorted his thinking, so
j^^fthc lost mast of the subtle philosophy of Marx, and his early
htunai. -m. and what was left was the lifeless abstractions and
the ci ude myths.
a & a
THIS BECOMES CLEAB IF you study the answer he
wrote o-it i i i ui questions which Szulc sent him after the in-
,t#riew, I >. fallow UP on Jackson's contention that blacks are
^fesoned because they are Macks, not because they are criml-
B- that crimes by blacks "can clearly be traced to politiCO-
^nomic cau-es." S/ulc later put h ad iMional question: "Aren't
any black people guilty of crimes in American society?" He
inntrtni-i rapes and killings of black by blacks. And then he
adds. "Aie >oa roallj saying that all criminals are victims of
Jackson's reply was expectedly the doctrinaii.....>e thai the
jgmal crime was to exclude blacks from Amei '>. an 1
Heave the defining ot criminality to the economic oppi-----is.
for blacks committing crimes against blacks, thai is violence
Hiu-niuu inward when the oppressed can find no externaliaation."
Kv: finally. "All criminals are victims of the attempt to main-
tain h.erarrhy
Right or wrong as this may i.e. one must grieve over the
Hi ., sequence of events that led to the snuffing-ou! of such
ta!' Bt, of this vessel of thought, rage and power.
to ir -Cr
FET i FEEL .iackson' was wrong on two scores on his
hcl.ef that a crime springing from the economic circumstanc.....
the bl tcks Is there* re no crime, and on his belief thai because
, crimes involve a breaking of law and authority ("hierarchy"'
,ere are thereto.,' no crimes. In both ca.-es it was an easy and
iderstandablc fallacy to slip Into especially for someone who
Ed .-pent so manv years in prison, sentenced by a white |u
Etched over by white guards, eager to convert his black prison
(rot-hcrs to his Marxist vision.
But the fact is that most blacks who have lived in the pov-
eny and degradation of the slums have not turned into crimi-
puk The economic bind of the blacks Is true, but II is also true
fat white society in America today a deeply revolutionary
Enerica in a sense Jackson never understood is striving to
[undo the injustice, and grapple < impcrfeclly enough W itl
equities of education and training and jobs. M Is true Uia tt*re
r.ave been unjust laws. But to say that the law as such all law
[is onlv the effort to maintain hierarchy and therefore to be
broken at wUl. is to build not a society but a chaos.
Let us by all mean, give content to the ^*X
t*e justice. But the truly radical idea-far more so th.n tl K
Jackson used in "radicalizing- his fellow pr*oner*-- the id a
o. taw itself. "Human nature." said Marx, ".s the true.commun-
ity of man." And in that community neither **^"**
cm fulfill thems...ves without law. But the law M^6*"1
unless the dialogue between blacks and whites is bu.lt anew
- Sofas and genfols ^, ,17
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Takes Presidency
Of MB Dental Soc.
Monthly Sabbath Kve cultural
discussions will be conducted by
Temple Israel of Greater Miami
in the second floor Community
| Room of the Dade Federal Bldg.,
Miami Beach Dental Society is, 10.101 S. Dixie Hwy.. for the young
holding its annual installation din-1 couples who reside in the South
ner dance on Monday, Sept. 27. at -Miami area and nearbyi it has
the Algiers Hotel starting at 6:30Jbeen announced.
a.m. Dr. Joe' M. Hauptman is in
barge of reservations.
Rabbi Barry Tabachnikoff w
conduct the first of the series Fri-
day at 8:30 p.m. Either be, Rab
Joseph R. Narot or Rabbi N'ichol -
Be hrmann will moderate the suc-
ceeding discussions, which will I
held the first Friday evening
each month.
*^>^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^r^^^^^*r%**A**A**f******r*r***
President for 1971-72 will lie Dr.;
Milton Wrinkle; other officer- in-
clude Drs. Joel Hauptman, presi-
dent-elect; Robert Apfel. secre-
tary: Herman Amar, treasurer,'
and Murray Smith, executive see-;
retary.
Members of the ex cutive coun-
cil are Drs. Gustave Fistcl, Harold
Foster. Fred Lee Goldberg, George j
A. Graham. Gilbert Jacobson, Mat-,"
thew Zuckerman, and John Tabak.j
Delegates to the Florida Dental
Association Include Drs. Milton]
Wrinkle, Robert Kaplan and G
Sands. Alternate delegates: Drs. I
Joel Hauptman. Leonard Sakrai-
and Gerald Weniek.
i
Chaired by Dr. Joel Haupt-
man. the nominating committee
includes Drs. Milton Wrinkle, Ger-
ald Wernick, Fred Goldberg and
Jon Ranch.
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Friday. September 3, 1971
This Week In History...
40 Years Ago This Week: 1*31
The Central Union of Jewish
Citizens said 103 Jewish cemeteries
in Germany had been desecrated
in eight years.
The Council of the League of
Nations approved Britain's relin-
quishing of her mandate over Iraq
and France's proposed relinquish-
ing of her mandate over Syria,
leading Palestine Jews to fear be-
ing surrounded by independent
Arab countries.
A White Russian mohel was sen-
tenced to 30 months in prison after
the death of a bay he circumcised.
Rabbi Sender Wolpe, 80. noted
author and for 20 years the leader
of Anshe Sholom Congregation,
Chicago, was killed by a car after
dodging another car.
Judge Harry Fisher, 49, was in-
ducted as Chief Justice of the
Criminal Court of Chicago.
Hans SchultZ, president of the
German Student Federation, said
65'J of German students are Nazi
members. "Anti-Semitism will dis-
appear in Germany." he said.
"when there "ill be less Jews
dominating our cultural life."
Vladimir Jabotinsky reassumed
leadership of the Zionist Revision-
ist- ifter ,; months retirement and
sought to move their headquarters
from London to Paris.
bases on its territory a base
lor aggression, as we have experi-
enced during the Suez war."
The United States won 58 gold,
29 silver and 24 bronze medals and
Israel 29, 47, and 38 respectively at
the 25-nation Maccabiah Games at
Ramat Gan.
The House, resenting a "wa-
tered-down' Senate measure,
adopted an amendment to the
Mutual Security Appropriations
Bill authorizing the President to
withhold aid from nations dis-
criminating against U.S. citizens
for racial reasons.
President Ben-Zvi asked Pre-
mier David Ben-Gurion to form a
new Israeli government, but he
refused.
Mrs. Fannie Fliegelman Brin,
president of the National Council
of Jewish Women during 1932-38,
died in Minneapolis at 76.
The State Department justified
its sale of Viper and Javelin rock-
ets to Egypt by calling them "of
negligible military importance"
and noting that Israel had never
sought them.
(From the ftlei o the JTAi
Religious School Opening Tuesday
Chorale Beginning Its Third Season
The University-Civic Chorals, be-1 The Chorale, sponsored by the
(tinning its third si ason of musical University of Miami School of Mu-
activity, will hold interviews for sic and the Division of Continuing
prospective members by appoint- Education, Is an ensemble c
ment Wednesday, Sept. .-' and of performing great civ
Thursday, Sept. 9 in Room 239 oi
the Bertha Foster Memorial Music
Building. University of Miami Main be Roi.ert Hines. visiting professor
of music education at the Univer-
sity of Miami.
ture and masterworks. Musical
director for the 1971-72 season will
Campus,
TV Program For
Jewish Listeners
Debuts On Ch. 6
Jacob Blatstein, a Jewish mer
chant of Czernowitz, th" Ukraine,
committed suicide over his finan-
cial straits the day before being
sent a telegram advising him ot
r S2O.0O0 legacy from his Ameri-
can sister.
10 Years Ago This Week: lr,l
President Gamal Abdel Na Bel
of Egypt, speaking at a Belgrade
conference of "neutrals," charged
that I- emergence in 1948
was a result of the "imperialist
power-" ting to "a n I
parti'
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The South's first commercial tel-
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WCK-TV, Ch. 6.
Moderator for the half-hour pro-
gram, known as the Florida Jewish
Hour, will be Gerald Schwartz,
veteran Greater Miami radio com-
mentator, newspaper editor and
public relations executive.
The weekly video show will bring
news and interviews dealing with
current Jewish news of local, state.
national and international interest.
Mr. Schwartz sal I.
Mr. Schwartz is a former vice
nt of Bar-Han University in
Israel and has served as regional
director for such organizations as
Stal '! sr u Bonds, A
M i cine, American
Frlen Is ol the H ore v Unl
and the Syi Com il of
Mr. Hines is replacing Dr. Lee
KJelson, founder of the Chorale
and chairman of the University of
Miami department of Music Edu-
cation, who will spend the coming
year as consultant in choral music
edusatlon at the University of
Hawaii.
Men's ORT Meeting
Greater Miami Men's ORT has
slated a business and social meet-
ing for Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at
the American Savings & Loan on
Alton and Lincoln Rds. Program
will include two color films on the
scenic beautv of Canada.
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The afternoon Religious School
at Temple Beth Moshe will begin
Tuesday at 4 p.m.; Sunday School
sessions, which are held from 9 to
10:30 a.m. and from 10:30 to noon,
begin Sunday, Sept. 12, according
to Dr. Joseph A. Gorfinkcl. spir-
itual, leader, and Benjamin Udoff.
educational director.
Registrations are still being ac-
cepted for children in Nursery-
Kindergarten, Afternoon Religious
School and Sunday School. The
Religious School, a five-year
course, meets three times weekly,
including Sunday. The Sunday-
School offers a nine-year course
with sessions held on Sunday only
through the third grade. Begin-
ning with the fourth grade, pupils
attend extra Hebrew Reading and
Language sessions during the
,vn k. Ho-.s mav attend Sunday
Scho l only until they reach their
ninth birthday. They then transfer
to the Hebrew School.
Both the Hi brew trd Sunday
School are affiliated v Ith th< Bu-
reau of Jewish Educat.on. the cur-
riculum Includes Ideas and Ideals
of the Bible, Meaning of Shabbat
and of Jewish Festivals, Customs
and Practices of the Synagogue,
Hebrew Language and Literature,
History of the Jews in the United
States and Other Lands, and The
Harmony of American Ideals and
the Ideals which Jews Have Held
Throughout the Centuries.
In Wometco Theatres
Opening Friday at the Miami,
Miracle, 163rd St., Carlyle. Palm
Springs, Gateway and Davie Blvd.
Drive-In is "Evel Knicvel." The
color comedy "Bunny O'Hare" be-
gins its run the same day at the
Surf. 27th Avenue. North Dade
-ind North Andrews Drive-ins,
"The Omega Man" at the Nor-
mandv and "Song of Norway" at
the Mayfair. "Carnal Knowledge"
is being held over at the Carib and
Twin I Dadl land: "The Red Tent"
ita the Byron. "Scandalous John"
i: th" Byron, "Scandalous John"
hine" at the Coral Way Drive-In.
Pythian Knights Meet
Chan Commander David
ilass will presid i :it the open eon-
Lion of the George Gershwin
Ci ;hta of Pythias l^xlge 196 to
he'd Mond y al 7:30 p.m. in the
Snr's'de Oommunltv Center.
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Cantor Shavriek
At Young Israel
During Holidays
Young Israel of Greater Miami
has announced that Jerry Shav-
riek, a well-known cantor from
Baltimore, Md., will conduct High
Holy Day services at the main syn-
gue, WO NE 171st St.
Cantor Shavriek, who has sunc
isionally from an early age,
aid to hive a brilliant tenor
voice. He studied at the Yeshiva
University and holds a Master's
le ee in S >eial Work.
Due to tho overflow crowd at
the main synagogue, Young Israel
will noli auxiliary services in the
I in i' ral Auditorium.
1633 NE 167th St.. North Miami
h i i accommodate all who
'wish to attend traditional Ortho-
i i\ ser ices.
Local Student Elected By
Yeshiva's Student Council
Joe Belitzky, a graduate of the
Greater Miami Hebrew Academy,
has been pleeti'd secretary-treas-
urer of the Yeshiva College Stu-
..-tit Council at Yeshiva University
in New York City.
The son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Belitzky of 1115 Pennsylvania
Ave., Miami Beach, he is a junior
majoring in political science The
Miami Beach student, who plans
to attend law school following com-
oletion of his undergraduate stud-
ies, is on the dean's list. He was
elected secretary of the freshman
class and vice president of his
sophomore class.
Hillel Day School Reopens With A Record Enrollment
1
Hillel Community Day School is
reopening for the 1971-1972 school
yearits second year of operation
with an enrollment that is more
than double that of its first year,
and a staff of 20 educators, Rabui
Simon Murciano, principal, reports.
More than 150 students from
it tht' school, which is located at
1725 Monroe St.. Hollywood. The
Instructors, all of whom are col-
lege graduates, have been certified
by the State cf Florida's Depart-
ment of Education; Hebrew teach-
rs have been certified by either
North Dade and South Broward 'he Hureau of Jewish Education
Counties will be attending classes at jsraej.^ Ministry of .Education.
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ng to the post of na-
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and Myer's Jamaica Rum.
A native New Yorker, Mr. Feen
was educated at Brooklyn College
and the College of the City of New
York. He and his wife, the former
Rosalie Davis, and their two chil-
dren live in Forest Hills. N.Y.
Supreme Court Ruling Will
Affect Coses Now Pending
The recent Supreme Court rul-
ini; prohibiting stat*' aid to sec-
tarian schools is likely to influence
the outcome of 27 among 60 exes
on religious freedom and separa-
tion of church and state currently
awaiting 'le. isi<>n in state and fed-
eral courts, a national survey hy
the American Jewish Congress has
revealed.
Twenty-six cases involving vari-
ous forms of aid to sectarian
schools were discussed in the 13th
issue of a "Litigation Docket of
Pending Cases," puhlished hy the
Congress. Tne survey, conducted
gemi-annually, covered the first
half of 1971. The 27th suit, chal-
lenging $33 million in state paro-
Chiaid, was filed in New York
since the survey was completed.
Sunday Meeting For
Far-band Branch 343
Chaim Weizman Branch 343 Far-
band has slated the first meeting
of the 1971-72 season for Sunday at
8 p.m. in the Washington Federal,
1245 Washington Ave.
Chairman Moe Levin will give a
report on the conference of Na-
tional Farband leaders which he
attended in New York, and Ber-
nard Furman will speak on the
coming holidays.
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THE UNION OF AMERICAN HEBREW CONGREGATIONS
RABBI SANFORD M. SHAPERO, Director
iated congregations, invites you to worship High Holydays 1971-5732 beginning
Sunday Evening, September '9th
"TURN US AGAIN UNTO THEE, O LORD, AND WE
SHALL BE RESTORED; RENEW OUR DAYS AS OF OLD."
TEMPLE SINAI
The Reform Congregotion of North Dade
18801 N.I. 22 Avenue, North Miami Beoch
Ralph P. King$ley, Rabbi Irving Shulkes, Cantor
Sabbath Services: Fridayi at 0:15 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
TEMPLE BETH 5H0L0M
A LiberalReformProgressive Congregation
4144 Chase Avenue. Miami Beach
RABBI LEON KROMSH, D.D.
DAVID CONVISER, CANTOR
School For living Judaism
MAURY SCHWARTZ, Director of Education
(Nursery School through Confirmation and High
School. NEW JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM
a JUDAISM THROUGH THE CREATIVE ARTS
DO YOUR OWN THING IN JEWISH STUDIES
JUNIOR HIGH ULPAN
School Piegistration Now In Progress.
Applications for Membership now being
accepted, call Temple Office 538-7231
\Teinple Jjetli &*lnt
5950 S.W. 88 St., (N. Kendall Drive)
South Miami, Florida
THE SUBURBAN REFORM CONGREGATION
Cordially Invites You to Join Its Congregational
Family, Religious School. Hebrew School, Primary
School. Adult Education and Youth Groups
HERBERT M. BAUMGARD, D.H.L, Senior Rabbi
ARTHUR Z. STEINBERG, Rabbi
DR. HAROtD LERNER, Director
Adjacent to Kendall and Coral Gables
Phone: 667-5587
TEMPLE JUDEA
5500 Granada Boulevard, Coral Gables
Serving Coral Gables and South Dad*
RABBI MORRIS A. KIPPER
RICHARD J. HORWICH, President
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL YOUTH GROUP
ADULT EDUCATION
tot affiliation and information, phone 667-5657
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MIAMI
137 N. E. 19th Street
npRinninp Our Both Year of Sorviie
DR. JOSEPH R. NAROT, Senior Rabbi
BARRY TABACHNIKOFF, Asst. Rabbi
NICOLAS I. BEHRMANN, Asst. Rabbi
JACOB G. BORNSTEIN, Cantor
Services every Friday evening af 8:15 o'clock
Mid-Werk Hebrew Classes: North Miamiat
Sabal Palm Elementary School
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For Temple Affiliation and Religious School Information
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9-Jewistntridlar
Friday, Septembo,
Capital Spotlight:
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
Time For 'Partial9 Settlement In Suez?
(Copyright 1 71. Jewish Telegraphic Air-my. Inc.)
SJKXATOR JACOB K. JAVITS believes that an
important section of Congress feels this is a
critical time for a partial settlement along the Suez
Canal to keep the area in a relatively peaceful con-
dition."
Many on Capitol Hill "understand the import-
ance" of the United States seeking to achieve an
Israeli pullback in the Sinai Peninsula and a con-
tinuation of the eeaso-fire now in its second year,
the progressive Republican from Mew York said.
He pointed to the general thaw in East-West
relations in Europe and the key place the Middle
East beset by rebellions and unrest will again
have in the United Nations this fall, and spoke of a
partial settlement" as compared with the State
Department's language of "interim settlement."
Noting that the Egyptians "have set unaccept-
able conditions" for re >; ning of the strategic water-
way, the 67-year-old New Yorker pointed out "the
fact that Egypt is willing to talk about a partial
tettlemeul is reason for this tU.S. activity."
According to diplomatic and other sources, the
principle of i'u!I withdrawal, which Egypt demands
- part of an "interim settlement," was not among
the Slsco prepos Is to the Israelis. One source said
ISRAEL NEWSimtR
By Carl Alpert
\o Place Like II!
{"HEME'S \o PLACE like Israel for the odd. fascinating,
exotic unexpei ted and unusual in the day's
following fistful from recent
I
i" Catch ,i Thief, Brink's, which main-
- a fleet of armored cars for ti
ns of money to bank;
i Israel, has named a
nk roblxr to manage Its
!-" He is Yaacov Eliav, former
J leader ol th~ underground Irgun, and
twice arrested by the British C.I.D. gar
the very crime he now seeks to prevent.
AahaanOS Three s. eular kibbutzim near Haifa, Usha.
Xfcocatoi and Ramat Vochanan decided to pool funds for
i instruct-on of a joint synagogue in response to demands
from their own young people for some religious assoeia-
tiUn.The first two MMmtzlm publicized their participation.
i:amat Yochanan explained they preferred to be silent
; tners.
Heavy indw.tr>. The Israel Electric Corporation ex-
Isine '. the frequent interruptions to the country's power
supply on Thuradas nights: heavy overload due to Thurs-
day evening baking ..: Shabbat cakes by hot .. all
over the nation."
Premium Expert, Israel is the only country in the
vorld which exports Syrian bears, a species now almost
xtinct. More tht n 30 such bears, born to a loving couple
in the Jerusalem Biblical Zoo, are today to be found in
yjos and circuses all ov. r the world.
Handicap. He taught marine ..search at an Argentine
rrilitaiy academy, where be was treated with i spect. He
immigrated to Israel, and they smiled on his arrival. They
l.-wgh whenever he slgna a document or introduces him-
asftT. He has studied Hebrew, but people think he's joking
\v*en he applies for a job. His name: Moshe Dayan.
Kidnapping, Israeli stylo. The judge stared at the
dcUdkte little lady wlto was charged with detaining the
husky fellow against his will. The latter was a TV tech-
nician who had been called to repair her set. When he
l<*nd that her insurance warranty had expired he started
to leave. She locked the door and said, "You're not leav-
inf here until you fix that set." He did, then complained to
ti* police.
Israel's withdrawal from most of Sinai would be In
three stages spaced over an intermediate period.
Another spoke of a two-stage withdrawal over two
years. The parties would reiterate adherence of the
1967 Security Council resolution. Israeli transit of
the canal would bo "provisionally granted" in prin-
ciple by Egypt but implementation would be subject
to a full settlement. The United States is under-
stood to favor Israeli transit when the canal is
opened, however.
Baok Review By SEYMOUR B. LIEBMAN
Three Books About
Israelis And Israel
BSPtOXAOE IS AS OLD as the history of primi-
tive tribes and clans. Biblical Jews had their
quota of spies. The American Revolution had Nathan
Hale and Benedict Arnold. World
War I brought a female. Mata
Hari. into prominence. And Israel's
Mosad Haelion I.emodiin L'bita-
chon iSupreme Agency for Intelli-
gence and Security i has produced
:i figure whose exploits will resound
throughout the ages Eli Cohen.
The Eh Cohen affair has finally
received a book worthy of the story
o! the man and his end. Even those who had read
the earlier tawdry papetback will be rewarded by
reading Shattered SUeae* by reporters Zwy Aldou-
bly Can Israeli agent) and Jerrokl Bellinger 'Cow-
ard McCann & Geoghegan, >7.95>. The iok sup-
- an absorbing and in-depth account of Eli's ca-
The Israeli spy who had penetrated the highest
Sj : .n army and civilian circles went to the g lUows
with a brav. ry that even the Arab pi .., .mod
to note.
The Psastsa of Israel by Leonard Wolf Little.
Brown & Co.. $8.95) represents an excellent concept
gone awry. The blurb on the Jacket states, "No
winter could hope to capture so strong an emotion
in his own words." The emotion referred to is the
intensive love of country which is the major unify-
ing force in a nation of seemingly overwhelming
divergencies. Unfortunately, the author did not cap-
ture the emotion in his own words or even in those
whom he interviewed. Ho intrudes himself into many
of his accounts. The story of his residence in Israel
with his wife and three children may be of Interest
to those contemplating aliyah. but has little connec-
tion with the avowed purpose of the book. The visit
to Me Ami, the border settlement founded by the
Miami Beach Jewish community (a J.N.F. project)
leaves one with the mundane comment, "So what?"
Irrelevancies form a considerable part of i pte-
ap|jointing book.
The pamphlet Israel's fi,,,,, lor ,.,.. Tht, ,s
sues and Background by Harry Milt (American
Ziomst Foundation. 135) Is purported to explain
the ensis in Israel in terms of its background It
attempts to place the present diplomatic dilemma in
a historical setting from 1881 ,0 the present, and
seeks to dispel the propaganda being leveled againsl
Israel by Arabs and their friends.
Harry Milt is a Journalist and in his attempt to
Write a factual, objective pamphlet, he has pro-
duced a "pane" account which is appropriate for
those who are unfamiliar with what has been trans-
ptrtog in the Middle East Tor the pas, 80 wars To
paraphase some famous words, it is too little and
has come too late.
Referring to report that any initial agn*^ J
would include a continuation of the cease-fin. | I
two or three yean. Sen. Javits remark, d I, w^. !|
not bo an unmixed blessing if all wen In lirnhn h.
two or three years People can live with a staaL "
still."
A member Of the Senate foreign Relation,
Committ.-e. Sen. Javits lelt that the Sisc, propesaj
would not be acceptable to Israel but that n>
Israeli CaJ inet would bo wilting to discuss them to
tn-r. a could "work out something" without jmo.
ardizing Israel's security or its permanent position
with regard to a final settlement with Egypt, he
thought.
"There might bo a real crunch between fa
United States and Israel if Israel turned down tl*
Sisc ideas completely. But even a turn-d. iwn uxj4
not l>e the last word. Its importance would be as an
indicator of Israeli reaction to U.S. proposal! ant
an indication ol our arms policy for Israel." he sail
"There must In- no question of the United States
maintaining the arms balance during the partial
settlement," he declared.
As We Were Saying
By ROBERT SEGAll
Gift Of Freedom
|| fundamental issues have chosen up sidts is to kl
mischief or good done by uewapapai poMtcation of tstl
study requested by Robert MeNanval
when Secretary or Defense, we need l
more thought to the I
I n assured by the (">: |
rmed by the Supreme
When the .Justice Depart" it. avo-|
,fi|v lard the nab*.'>[
ity, tptod for attempt-
the press, an old reminder by Shake-[
are seemed pertinent:
"O! it is xcellent to have a giant's rtrei
But it is tyrannous to use it like a giant.'
The President, the Attorney General, the S
' '* neral, and Generals thought in terms of the Invid
of "classified information." Even though the doeume*.
now known as the Pentagon Papers were completed*!
1968, they saw security endangered by publication of to
orandums although Tom Wicker of the New W
times reminded that th- statute the Times was allegS
to have violated was one adopted to guard against espi
age and not against "a free press in pursuit Ol its duty"
Publish."
Inquiring mind- asked searching questions aboutSM
nimenta] secrecy. Against whom is it to DB empMI
when? If in wartime, a further question nee* *|
swer: "When did the government of the United States!
-!f to be at war in Vietnam?" Ma> it not*}
fairly that those asking for prior restrainl rnajj
s constitute a threat to national see any" H
i hen classified documents are to be le iked w *
or to candidates for office? How orderly h *
process .; classification?
With publication of the McNamara Papers *
m it aroused, we have had a healthy ventilation of
serious thought about the limits set for government
officials claiming their acts to be related solely to tl*
nation's security. A free press has won a refreshment *
its freedom. A free people has been served. A section
government attempting to employ prior restraint W|
"tan warned off. Yet the underlying issue continues M
Nague us.
Lsssag V -I
I MRU I num. jhi.


' September 3, 1971
+Jewish ncridOaw
Page 15-A
UGAL NOTKi
NOTICE UNDER
rtrTlTOUS NAME LAW
,T^K IS IIBHKHY GIVEN that
.nugncd. desiring to engage
i.oi. County,
aOI OMON SoCHAMIS
,.,;,, B v.Ml'AS. Eso.
\ .i.lt. :111
toad
I ii 33181
I I-lfl
NOTICE UnJER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
1,'X: is HEREBY GIVEN tha
IECAL NOTKE
LEGAL NOTICE
UGAL NOTKE
LEGAL NOTKE
iKKIf

.d, desiring to engage
u ider thr flctltloua name
W AERIAL ADVBRTIS-
i \ E HiTih si North
, rida mi.-ml t" reg-
nv with the Clerk of il"
i lade lounly, Florida
i ,,\ \l |> i; RBI"
i | BS MHUMAN
i i iMBERQ
ippllcanta
: Uulldlng
mi Fla
I
I 20-27 9/8-10
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
Fi.umOAIN PrtOBATE
NO. 71-3353
.FRANK B. COWLING)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
| ..i
ri:i i i: ISRAEL
if.) aii Persona Hav-
t oemnnda Agalnat Bald
latt
I1
Li. I'' will
,s,"l
i reby notlflefl and re-
. hi any lalma ami de-
v "ii may have agalnat
I BS n:i.i B ISRAEI :
of in..ii County. Plor-
i i.ttit> .IuiIki of Dade
il-,- rtame In dunll-
pro> iilfil in Beet inn 738.-
Statutes, in their offtcea
Count) Courthouae In Dade
Florida, within fix calendar
ins from the time of the first
.,-iiH.ii !. reof, or the same uill
I,..I til Miami, Florida, this llth
I- \ !i 1971.
i HESTER .1 OBI BBR
MEYER ASi'll
-it atora of the Estate of
Ii i rai I, Deceased
i puldli atlon 'if thia no!......n
August, 1971
, KAPI AN'. PORTER,
IviVKi IN Ai KENIN
for Admlnl itratora
Pli t Street
v 20-27 'i S-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
I'H'K IS HEREBY GIVEN that
undersigned, dealrlnit to engage
[ under the fictitious name
DYNAMIC WATER FILTER at
i-: loth Avenue. Hialeah, FUv
iiv to register said name with
nl tha Circuit court of Dade
Florida
RAUL RUI8ANCHEZ
v l'ii-^7 9 'S-IO
NOTICE OF ACTION
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
)ADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
No. 71-15517
II FA'TIN RODRIGUEZ,
lusband,
\ s
IV RODRIGUEZ,
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-15574
PETITION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
In RE: The Marriage of
I.YM >A N. -i' 'I.I IFF, \\ ii. anil
HA HU Y Mi 11.In H-'K. Husband.
Tl I: KARItY .MHI.lM i|-F
\'-.m tin. nl I -I!
South I "ill Plaza
' imana, Nebraska, 88127
You, II WIRY Mi ii i iff, are hen
by notified that a Petition tor Dleso- I
lutlon Marriage hai been filed
against you and iou are required to I
serve a ropy of your Answer or:
Pleading to the Petition for Dlssnlu-
tlnii of Marriage on Petitioner's at-1
tonirys, MYERS, KAPLAN, PORTER
r.EVINSO.N A KENIN, 11.10 B.W. 1st I
Btrei I, .Miami. F oi in, ami
i fill the original Answer or Pleading
i in Hi. office of the '"ii 11, nl' the Clr-
i cull .hi ..r I,, fore the 17th dav of
September, 1971 If you fall to it" no,
Judgmi nt bj defaull III be lak< n
against you for the n llel di mi il.
mi the Pi lltlon f..r I lissolull......i
Marn
Tins doUi shall he publish! d i
each week for four utlve week*
m THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Di INE AND iRDEREP nl Mil ml
Florida, this llth day of August 1971
i: R I.EATHEUMAN, Clerk,
Clri'Ull Court, Dade County. Florida
By .' i' COPEI VND
I nul Clerk
(f*ll '111 I'lill'-l S. all
MYERS, KAPI AN, PORTER,
I EVIXSI IN A KENIN
11."" s \\ i-i Street
Ml iml, Florid i
Attorneys fur Petitioner
s. SO-27 :. 3-10
notice under
fictitious name law
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
tin mull iMKiii'.i. desiring i.....igage In
business under the fictitious name
"i JOSEPH n MINER il b.'a JOE
PALMER at 16499 N.B. 19th Avenue,
North Miami Beach, Florida Intends to
Ulster sai.i name with the "lerk "i
i inuii Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JOSEPH 1' MlNF.lt
MICHAEL J GBTBLMAN, ESQUIRE
Attorni y for Applicant
'.''. s !: Second Btreel
Miami, Florida 3.1131
IS-20-27 a
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
No. 71-15116
NOTICE TO DEFEND
In RE: The Marriage of:
DOLORES MARIAN PAW LOWSKI,
Wife, Petitioner.
A N 11,
MARION EDMOND PAWLOWSKI,
Husband, Respondent
TO: Marion Edmoud Pawlowskl
1116 Weal Washington Street
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 58204
) l 'i are hereby notified that y
wife nieii a petition rin'Dtssniut
this
I. \Y RODRIGUEZ
6425 tlramea Avenue
Norfolk, \'a.
n, KAY RODRIGUEZ,
totlfled that a Petition
ii of Marriage has
nnsl you, anil \"ii ar
rve a copy "f > our
i" the P.'titi
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
No. 71-15777
In RE: The Marriage of
SALLY ANNE SIMBRAT, Wife, and
JOHN GEORGE SIMBRAT, Husband
Ti i .n IHN <;i:< IROE S1MRRAT
i 7 Washington Street
Hoboken, New Jersey
Tou, JOHN GEORGE BIMBRAT.
are hereby notified thai Bn action
for Dissolution "f Mnrrlagi lias been
filed against you, and you an
quired to aerve a copy of your
ten defenses, if any, to ii on the Petl-
tinner's attorney, UUILLBRMO
SI I8TCHIN l"l N W. 12th Ave.,
Miami. Florida and file the original
with the Clerk of the Ctmrii Courl
..ii ..r in fore the 24th day "i Bepi .
1971, otherwise a il. fault will hi
i. red against you for the relief de-
manded in the complain) or pi III Ion
This notice shall I" published once
each week fur four consecutive e/eaks
in THE JEWISH PljORTDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal
..f -..ml emir! at Miami. Florida, this
lfith day of Aug a D. 1971.
B B I BATHBRMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
By: R. m kissf.i-;
Deouty Clerk
(circuit Courl Seall
OUILLER.MO soSTi'HIV
1111 N W. 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida
Attorney f..r Petitioner
H 10-27 9 S-19
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-2175
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE OF PROBATE
In RE Estate of
MEYER FRANK
Dec! as.'.l.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
in ALL PERSONS INTERESTED
IN THE ESTATE OF BAID DECE-
| DENT,
1 "ti are hereby notified lhal a
I written instrument, purporting to he
the last will and testament of said
I decedent has la-en admitted t" pro-
In said Court You are herebj
eonimanded within six cnlendai
months from the date "f the first
. puhlicatinn ..f this notice to appear In
- -I Courl and show cause, if any you
can, \.ii> the action of sniil t'l.urt in
admitting said will to probate should
not si.mil unrevoked.
Ji.ill\' II HI ANTON
County .Iti'lui
B} : MEI RA '" DICK
t'letl-
I Sei I
STANLEY M PRBD "f
1'r.il and Newman. Attorney!
s"l --..:, Dade Federal liuildmg
101 Em i Flagler Street
Miami. Floi Ida 38131
377-0268
Firs? publication of this nolle
the Litri day ..f August, 1971.
* 13-20-27 9 ''
ii Marriage, In this Court, and that
you muBl serve a cops of your An-
awer or other Pleading upon JOSEPH
C. LAU8BEL her attorney, at 718
Seybold Uldg., .Miami, Florida 3S132,
.11'i file the Original thereof hi tins
Court, mi or bofora September 17th,
I!i7l
FAIL NOT, otherwise Default will
be entered agalnsl > ou.
Datetl: Auguat 6. 1971, at Miami.
I lade, Florida.
F. B. LEATHERMAN.
* !li rk. 'Ircult Court
By: C. P. COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
ii ii.nit Court Seal)
Ji ISEPH C I.Ai.'SSEL
A i torm > A I I -a IV
7ls Be] I'.ilil Rhlg.
Mi.nni, Florida 33132
Counsel for Petitioner
Tel. :iT1 S674
_________ It 13-20-27 n.'3
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that:
the undersigned, dealrlng to engage In
business under the fictitious name of I
CENTURY DRAPERY SERVICE at .
I5H N.W 24th Street. Miami. Fin. In-
tends t" register sai.i name with the
clerk of Ho- Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
J. ill.N BARBt iSA
- 13-20-27 9 :i
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
f IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-2911
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
; MYUNA KORBER
i Deceased.
To All Creditora and All Persons lla\
i Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired i" preacnt any claims and de-
our in.mils which you may have against
tionfth*e'*sXat..'.if"JlYl:.NA' K'>l:r.HlT d.
ceased lat. ..I Dade County, Florida
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same iii duplicate
and as provided In Section 783 I
Florida Statutes, in their offices i i
the County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty, Finn.1.1. within .i\ ialen.1;
months from the time of the flri
pubiicatlon hereof, or the same wll
lie l.al 1. il
Dated at Miami Florida, this 22nd
day of July, A D. 1971.
MICHAEL KI IRBER
20 Island Avenue
.Miami Beach, Florida
\ \iiiiiiiiisirat..r
i-'it-i publication of tins notice o i
ih. _"i|li .lay of August, 1971.
FRANKBL A AVRACH, P A.
Attorney for Administrator
Ijh Lincoln 101 Miami da.It
- 20-27 9 8-10
on
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to i
In business under the fictitious name
,.f CROUCH CHF.Mh'Al.S at 8165
S W. 129th St.. Miami, Fla Intenda
I.,, register s.ii.i name with the Cleig
of the Circuit Court of Dadi Count;.
Fli'inla
S Fl.' (YD C CRI ili'll
EUGENE I K.Mi.lflf
Attorney for Crouch Chemicals
2730 W Flagler St
Miami. Fla. -:135
^ 26-27 9 3-10
are here-
for liiss.,-
l.eell filed
re required
Answer or
n the petl-
's attorney. M1TCHEL1 J 'P-
.. f FRJEDM \N A LIPO IN,
s W S St Suite lot), Miami,
t and file the original
ir or Pleading in the office of
Circuit Courl on or
i ih da) of Bepi 1971 If
m do so. lodgment by .!'-
I II be taken agalnal you for
ded in the Petition
his notice shall be published once
for four consecutive weeks
IEWI8H Fl ORIDIAN.
E VND ORDERED at Miami,
' da, this 12th day of Aug. A I>
I
i r tTHBRM W. Clerk.
' uii Court, Dade County, Florida
Bj R M KISREE
Denulv Clerk
.- '
'"I \\ A i Ma'. (N
Tt'HEl I. .1 I IPCON
for Plaintiff
H W sth St Suite 109
mi, Florida 33134
.. ", : 'i i-iii
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-3333
(FRANK B. DOWLING1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE Estate of
ESTHER BLKIN
I i. as, .1
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Agalnsl Bald
You an- hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de
mamIs which you may have auai.^t
. tate of ESTHER El KIN .1. -
, .,s, .i late of l >:' County, Florlds
t., the County Judges of Dade Coun-
d file the same In dupllcati
Mi'd as provided In Section 733 l
Florldn Statutes, in their offli i
the County I' ui 11 us. n 1 de < "tm-
tv Florida, within six calendar months
(root the lime of the tlrsl pub
hereof or the same will be barn
Dated al Miami. Florida, thl
day -I August. A D I Mi.
GEKA1 l> ELKIN
\. Executor
Flrsl puhlici lion of this nol.....
,t- oth dav of August, 19T1.
S,u, ALEXANDER
H.tornes for EsU.....' Ri ther Elkin
p. West Flngler Si Suite 317
"><"' '"" !l 6.27 9/3-10
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-1035
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate ..f
ADIB BECK
llet-e; ned ,,
To All I're.rtors and All Persona ll:i''-
Ing Claims or Demandu Against Bald
Batate
You are hereby notified and ra-
tin. .I in in.-."it any ilaim- and de-
mands which you mar have against
the estate of SADIE BECK deceased
late of Knde County. Florida, to Hie
Countv Judges of Dade County, and
file the same In dugllcate and as
provided in Bectlon 733.16. Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Mm-
fourth..us- in Dade Cujity. Hor
IN
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71 -3255(B)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Eatati of
HEN DEL1FORD
Deceased,
To All I'll.In -is and All Person* Hav;
mi: Claims or Demands Agalnsl Bald
Estate:
Y..u are hereby notified and re-
quired to |.ies.-nt any claims and
demands which you may have agalnsl
the .stale of BEN DEI.IFORD de-
ceased late of Daile County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the sain, in duplicate ami
as provided in Bectlon 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in tlie.r offlcea in the Coun-
l) Courthouse in Dade County. Florldn,
ivithln six calendai months from the
time of the flral publication hereof,
or ; he -am. w ill be barred.
Dated al Miami, Florida, this 14th
day oi Aug A.D 1971.
KENNETH N REKANT
A.- Administrator
Flrsl publication of this notice on
the 27th day of Aug.. 1971.
KENNETH N. REKANT
Attorney for Administrator
Lincoln Road l'.l.ln.. Suite 229
Miami Bench. Florida 38189
>. "J7 '.i 3-10-1 .
IN THE clnCUlf~COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUiT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 71-15104
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION OF
PETITION FOR ADOPTION
ADOPTION OF FRANCIS RALPH
. GABRECK, A K A FRANCIS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR"1"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-3339
(JOHN R. BLANTON)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
RE: Estate of
Abraham Herman Masor
A I- a -M H Maaor
I '' .. ased.
To All Creditora and All Persona Ha'
ing Claims or Demands Agalnal Sa
Estate:
You are hereby notified and r-
quired to present any claims and d<
mands which you may have again
the estate of ABRAHAM HERMA
M \Z' IR \ K A v BE II M \'/.< >R .eased late of Dade County Florida
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same In duplic&l I
and as provided iii Section 783.1
Florida Statutes, in their offlcea i
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calenda
months from the time of the firs
publication hereof, or the name w
a.- barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, thl
day oi August, A D. 1971
LILLIAN MAZOR
As Executrix
I'ii st pubiicatlon of this ni lice i
in. 20th daj of Auguat, 1971.
LOUIS Cll.I.MAN
Aunt ney for Executrix
^ii [ngraham Bids. Miami
- 20-27 9 3-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th. r.
the undersigned, desiring to engag
in business under the fictitious nan i
of APARTMENT LOCATOR SERV-
ICE at 10903 North Kendall Drlvi
Miami. Fla Intenda to reglater sa
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court oi Dade County. Florida.
BURTON SUM I'M.
; 13-20-27 9/8
,v Couithous- in Da.le County, i-ht- -- -> .-'.,,.;, \s
ia. within six calendar months from iai. h -ai--';w?,'.,.-,,< ^ K y
be time of the first publication here- WSSKsJ-iG HabsZEWICZ
of. or the same will he barred. JASSL5 QABBSBBJrl
Dated at Miami. Florida, 'his 4th
day "f Auguat, A D 1971.
In >NAI D S IIKiK V \D
ELAINE RECK R< (DIN
\- I'*xecu'ors
First aubllcatlon of .'-1' notice
th. 13th day of Ausust, 1971.
GEORGE GILBEh ''
Attorney for Bxecutnra
i i ncoln Road Building
Miami Beach, Florida ( ^
Mln
TO
::i
NOTICE OF ACTION
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
IELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
[DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-15591
ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
RH Thi Mai rlare of
y RAYNE MITNDBI L Wife, and
IRTIN AI \N MUNDELL, lliist.and
MARTIN A I,AN MINDFd.I.
' M s, hracer
601 It. .,, I, 68th Street
Arverne. New York
'"U. MARTIN AIJ\M MUNDELL
< hereby n.itlfi.-d that an action
r Dissolution of Mnrriniro has been
'" agalnal you, and you are re-
nire.i to aerve a rnny of your writ-
defenses, if anv, to il on the
ii.,.s attorney, DAVID E.
"Nl: 101 N w |sh Avenue,
,.;'"". l-'lorida and file the original
"H th, <), rK ,,f ,ho Circuit Court
or before tin- 20th dav of Sen-
riniur, 1971, otherwise a default will
.tit.'.,,| aitainst yon for the relief
Hnii.,,|,.,| in (h(. romriInll,t or petition.
notice shall he published onee
ek for four ronse.-utlve weeks
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No. 67-13-105
(Judge James W. Kehoe)
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR PETITION
FOR MODIFICATION OF FINAL
JUDGMENT OF DIVORCE AND
CHANGE OF CUSTODY
III (W \i:l> M. CONN! H'.S.
tiff.
sTfET \ B CONNORS,
I .lailt.
Ti i PHEI1 A i: C. l.NN'i IKS
,,i Hildreth street Apt No
I ..well. Massaehus" 11 -
Yin. SHEILA K CONNORS, an
hervb: etl thai it Petition foi
Modification of Final Judgment ol ;
. and Change of Custody has
been filed agalnal you, and ypu are
miiilred i" aervi a copy ol ytaji
CnVwer or Pleading t ''V''v'V 1",',
,i the Plaintiff's attorney, ROS \in
I DAVIS, B8Q. P.A., 117 Blscnyne
Rulldlng 19 W. Flagler Sliver, Miami,
plot Ida 33130Phone 37S 38' I, and
file the Original Answer or Pll
in the office of 'he Clerk of the I
cull Court on or h.-fore the 30tfl day
or September, 1971. if you fall to do
so ludiMiieiii by d.fauli will '" inker
against you for the relief demanded
in the Petition for Modification of
Final Judgment of Divorce nd
Chance of Custody
whose Hldress is 1451 S W. 17th Aye- THI8 NOTICE shall be publb*ed
cue VI, 111 Fi.'.ida :::I12.-.. and file ,..... ,.:.|, week for four m ..'iise.'il-
l..\.riuMril with "he ci.rk of the ,,.,. weeka in THE JEWISH FLOR-
ihi.vii stvie.l Court, on or before H" idian
3. t d-, ... Beptember, 1971, or a ,,nk \\d default will he itered against J,ou. | pnorlda.^^^fSSxM!^SA
IN THE Cl .JUIT COURT OF THi
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Nn. 71-16155
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In KI-: The Marriage of
SAMUEL H ABRAMS husband and
ESTEL1 E VBR VMS. Wife.
TO: B8TB1 LE ABR VMS
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY notified
a petition for Dissolution of
age has beam Bled agalnal
imi are hereby required
i-opy of your answer
that
Mai ii-
you. and
to serve a
oth.r plead-
" ^llagher:
LEONARD F. GABRECK
A'K'A LEONARD F.
GABSZEWICZ
1354 Jackson Street
C imden New .1. is. > "-i i
VOl' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
lhal a Petition ha- been filed In the
above styled Courl by FRANK R.
CRANDON for the adoption "i
FRANCIS RALPH OABREJ K.
\ K \ FRANCIS RAI.Pll GABSZE
SVICZ, a id JACQUELYN nABRKPK.
A K A JACUUBLYN OABSZEJICZ,
minors, h> the Petitioner, FRANK
i: CRANDON, and you are required
,,, serve a Copy of (TOUt An
VWer or Ohjecl nna to allow cause
wl v sa d Pel.....n should not be
L-rattte.l on th.- attorney tor reti-
' MORTON T ZKMKI.. IMS
v E I08rd Street, North Miami Ben; h
Florida, and file the original in tin-
nffl.....I th. Clerk of the Ctrctilt
Courl "ii r i" the l.th day ol
s, ..lemher '"?' If >"U fail to .1" SO,
judgment by default wIM
ngalnsl you for the
In the 'omnlalnt. .., ,
This none.' shall he published once
.,',,h week for four consecutive weeki
in THF JEWISH I-"1 ORIDIAN.
DONE A.ND ORDERED ai Miami,
Flori.la, this wli dav of August. 1971.
R R 1 BATHBRMAN. I
Circuit Court, Dad- county Florida
Bj ; p.c. (PEI AND
I l.-nui v Clerk
(Circuit Courl Seall
MORTi IN H S5EMBL
\-1... n. y tor Petitioner
|75 V E 103rd Btreel
North Miami Beach, 1'"'",'^'V/., .
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR7"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
NO. 71-3163
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
CLARENCE EUGENE JETT
I leeeaseil.
To All Creditora and All Persons Ha
inu Claims or Demands Agalnat Sa
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired t" pi.s. hi any claims and de-
mands which you may have agalnsi
Ih, stati i CLARENCE EUGENFJ
JETT di 'i late of Dade Count
Florida, o tin County Judges of Dad
County, and file the same in dupl
rate and as provided In Si tlon "'"
IB, Fl... ids statuti s. In their offli
in the County Courthouse In Da
'ou ty, Florida. Ithln six i al< ndi
months i "in the lime of th. fit -
pubiicatlon hereof, "i the Bame "
i, barred
Dated al Miami. Florida, this ii
Aug., A li. 1971.
GE< 'RGE EUGENE JETT
\ Administrator
'
ilief iKi'laral. d
F publli:.....11 "I
Ih day of August
I IA \'ll i M I' i.NSII A K
Al toriiei for Bstah
|7 S W 7th stt. .-t
ll, Flotilla
thi-
1971,
II"! I' '
B SO-27
'i :l
i;
this
gSrd day of Auguat,
iTlds
seal
this
Tins -.....' ""' ii'111-i'um
,,-;'l:."^v'S Fl.ORIDIAN.
n\hSK my hand and the
t aaifl court at Miami. Florida.
-Hi jtiiv of Allifiisl A D 11171.
IfiJ?',? EATHBRMAN. Clerk.
' lr By: C p COPKT.AND
.^... ,. Denuty Clerk
ireult Court Sen!)
JAvrn e st.ink
rlitl'W L?,h Avenue
Miami. FloHda
^tlorney for Petitioner
8/20-27 9/3-10
IATED
1971 u Ii. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of Cireuit Courl
By: s DON CURRY
(Circuit Court Seall
g n 9/9-10-17
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY <:i\ EN that
the underalgned, desiring to engage -
business under the ifrntieus ,n: ni; .f
FLORIDA CONVENTION < "!
NATORR at 8< IW-s.aM" IU 'V. i'l
ami. Florida i.ite.i.is to regUter aald
name with the Clerk of the r. uii
Court of Dole Coun y. Mornla.
vAi.-i-TRAVEL an
MAC MKIIM-'li ,.
Attorney for Val-U-Travel. IB*
IMM S \V Third Avenue
Miami. Florida Ml** 9/3.,0.17
Circuit Court
Dnile County. Flori.la
llv: I* P. COPEI.AND
Deputy Clerk
,,-, u,t Court Seal) s/;. ,, ,.,,.,.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY C.I VEX that
the uniiorsin.ie.l. desiring to engare
in business under the fi. litmus nam.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-3292
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
n RE: Batata ol
BERTHA R< 'SKNMAN
Deceased
T.. All creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Agalnal Sai.i
You are hereby notified and re-
iinir.il to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have l?in!
the estate of BERTHA ROBBNMAN
,I.,.ased late of Dade County, hlor-
Ida, to the County Judges of Dade
Countv, and file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided in Sectioni .33.
16 Florida Statutes, in their offices
in' the County Courthouse in Dade
County. Florida, within six cnleodnr
months from the time of tho first
publication hereof, or the same will
"Dated a I Miami. Florida, this 17th
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th
the undersigned, dealrlng engas
in business under the fictitious nan
. I M.i'A RUBBER STAMPS at 19 .
s u Bth SI i el Miami Intend to n -
later sai.i name with the Clerk of H
Circuit Courl of Dnde County, Florid
i 'LIST C O.NETT1
EDWARD C. ONBTTI
s 27 9 3-10-17
Attorney for Pena Rotas, Inc.
2720 W. Flagler St.. .Miami. Fla
a ti 9 i-io-i
I 51)2 coiieress Ituilding
! Miami, Florida 3313::
J 27 9 '3-10-17
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-3524
(ARTHUR W. PRIMM)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
HARRY CHERNOW
Deceased
To AH Creditors and All Persons Ha' -
ing Claims or Demands Agatnal Sa
Estate:
iou are hereby notified and re-
OUlred to present any claims and d.
mands which you may have agalnr
th.- .state of HARRY CHERNOV
deceased lat.....' Dade County, Flor-
ida, to the County fudges of Dan
Countv. and file tin same in dupli-
cate ami as provided in Section 73:1 -
16, Florida Statutes, in their offic.
in the County Courthouse In Dad'
Countv. Florida, within six calenda-
montli- from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the name wl..
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 20lli
dav of Auguat. A D 1971.
SONY A CHERNOW
POSE I.Al'FER
As Executors
First publication of this notice oa
the 27th day of August, 1971.
LEON A EPSTEIN
Attorney for Estate
4Cft Lincoln Road
Miami Hea.h. Fla. ttltt^ ? ,^


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llewisli Floridlian
fiami, Florida Friday, September 3, 1971
Section B
MALICE IN WONDERLA\D
Soviet Officials Make
arassment 'Necessary'
1,700 Delegates Expected
To Attend OUT Convention
Some 1,700 delegates, represent- eligible for teaching positions in
ing nearly 100,000 members in | vocational and technical high
over 725 chapters from ccast to schools. When finally operative,
coast are expected to attend the; 300 eng.necr technicians will be
21st biennial national convention graduated annually,
of Women's American ORT In
JOEL 'lAXDELBAIM
IT.A. Staff Reporter
[feel th( v
for
YORK iJTV
u i '.;> Il: (I from Russia by
iv ithorities last month, Irv-
man of Roslyn, L.I..
ii during his short visit there
jt thi re is "remarkably sym-
.i ii' Soviet non-Jews for
i v. ish countrymen who want
ite.
He Iso discovered thai surprlt-
kly. many Soviet citizens are
[ling to talk, that Soviet Jews
fck accurate information about
Kiel, and that not all Soviet Jews
ir.X to leave Russia.
Discussing his trip to Russia and
circumstances of his explusion,
Silverstein, the 51-year-old as-
C,.it. chairman of the Long Ls-
Committee for Soviet Jewry,
licated that whereas he travels
a 1 in order to interact with
signers and ascertain their as-
it ions for the future, Soviet au-
apparently prefer that
tors to Russia confine them-
es to past history as displayed
(museums. For after 16 of a 20-
scheduled trip there, he and
Dnard Schuster, a member of
Greater Philadelphia Council
Soviet Jewrv, wore suddenly
Id swiftly expelled.
ling to the authorities. Mr.
merman told the Jewish Tele-
>hic Agency, the members of
Kiev synagogue protested that
two Americans had Insulted
OTI with fabrications about Jews
being free and equal in Russia
kI with suggestions that they
k' Russia for Israel.
f'l'm ind ant at what they did."
Mr, Silverman, who is also a
i sklent of the United Syna-
ue America. "I'm terribly
try that I was asked to leave.
the wotst frustration of all."
said.
' was very annoyed too, that
Russian authorities refused to
jsepl any response to the charges
llnst him. He was not permitted
confront his accusers sup-
kedly the Kiev Jews and he
ks not allowed to appeal the deci-
Hi to expel him. Mr. Silverman
I's that Russians were not an-
;onizrd by him: on the contrary,
1 found them anxious to meet him
his wife and talk to them
ut life in the United States and
fael.
Insisting that he did not discuss
litics while in Russia, Mr. Silver-
In says hundreds of Russians
[He to him. recognizing that he
^s not Russian, and initiated con-
Hi in. But the Soviet authori-
ire "not anxious for (foreign i
to talk to their people" be-
''"y fear that although they
ch Little Entertaining
[t United Fund Kiekoff
Rich Little, the "King of Im-
tmators," will entertain at the
llted Fund campaign kiekoff
ichei n Wednesday noon at the
[ew Everglades Hotel, Robert H.
c, United Fund campaign chair-
sn. has announced. His appear-
at the kiekoff is an added
fntrihution to the United Fund
Jackie Gleason and Peekskill
fcterprises.
Ut crowd of over 1,000
Uted Fund volunteers is expect-
to Rather to launch this year's
pnpalitn .o raise $6,148,000, and
'," th" Dade Cotintv United
und "No. 1 in the Nation," Mr.
said.
1 they have accomplished much spons'.ble Jewish organizations are
their citizens, visitors will to- not interested in violent, damaging
\> __ R-foi S "Pn ,h" f)1'oblon1s sti11 t:> be or harmful actions against the So-: alleviate Israel's critical shirt ay.
>m Russia by vle' government and pec
Greater Miami Oct. 17-21.
Mrs. Jack F.isenberg of West
Orange, N.J.. has been named to
lerve as chairman of the four-day
conclave; assisting her will be
Mrs. Leonard Minkoff of Rock-
ville Center. N.Y.. and Mrs. Henry
Pressman of the Bronx, cochair-
men.
The convention will focus on
the ORT School of Engineering
currently under construction on
the grounds of the Hebrew Uni-
versity in Jerusalem. Designed to
Similarily. Mr. Silverman ex- Wh*n Su1el a,"horities refuse to
Plained, because Soviet EKorfUes Sf" ^So^J^fh ^tuation
are afraid that the exodus of many lu>y mako hara8sment' necessary."
J^LS" !1 I l^Hf k Xhr, Now- afu'r ^turning from the
h's S,v/, i "y b,;an<' S"V"'' Union' Mr- Silverman feels
leaT ^n,\ ? X T**v '< te ""WOt"* to record "the day-
le ; d SSfSS (th'H,i'h ^ ,0- .leus desne to emigrate is dictated their release from an oppressive,
by primarily non-political, personal. ,Iving situatioly and tofanpraas
people," but i')f trained engineer technicians the
human needs.
those efforts on the minds of more
and more people around the world.
"If the Soviet Jew is not welcome
in the Soviet Union, then he should
be given the privilege to leave,"
"Those Jews who wish to leave
are not enemies of Russia or trai-
tors," Mr. Silverman observed,
"and their involvement with Rus-
sian politics is minimal. Most of sa'd Mr. Silverman.
them are not interested in leasing
the Soviet Union just to leave the
Soviet Union," he said, "but to go
to Israel."
Some of the Soviet Jews inter-
ested in moving to Israel did ex-
press some degree of concern over
what (their) living conditions
would he like there, Mr. Silver-
man said, because the Soviet gov-
ernment has allowed reports to
filter back to them that indicate
they would not be able to get jobs
or apartments and that Israeli life
would not be compatible with their
tastes.
school will enroll 1.300 students
specializing in electronic. eh":n<-
cal. mechanical and
engineering.
This landmark facility will have
the latest academic and technical
teaching tools, including electronic
computers, and will operate in con-
junction with a large modern
industrial training workshop.
Classes are scheduled to begin
this fall with an initial capacity of
500. Courses will be offered on a
colleee level with graduates also
The Southeastern Florida Re-
gion will serve as hostess to 1,500
delegates representing the largest
member group in the World ORT
Union. Mrs. Louis Baron and Mrs.
Theodore Zalles are the local con-
vention chairmen.
Of the estimated $6 million need-
ed. Women's ORT is committed to
provide $2 million over a seven
'ear period. The details for the
capital fund-raising campaign will
be highlighted at the convention.
Women's American ORT. the
largest ORT group in the world,
is affiliated with the American
ORT Federation, which currently
receives all funds, exclusive of
memb -rship dues, by special ar-
rangemenl with the Joint Distri-
bution Committee, an agency of
the United Jewish Appeal.
The Organization for Rehabili-
tation Through Training (ORT) is
a vocational training agency of
the Jewish people, operating over
300 installations in 22 countries,
with a current annual student en-
rollment of 62.000. It has taught
more than 70 modern skills to
over a million deprived and under-
privileged people since its incep-
tion in 1880.
"Kol Israel, Israel's national
broadcaster, is their main source
of Jewish news." Mr. Silverman
continued, "and the battle goes on
between what Kol Israel says and
what their own press and TV tells
them. The question often Ix'comes
one of who can yell loudest and
last, and confusion results since
the |>eople can't distinguish be-
tween fact and propaganda," Mr.
Silverman said. "It is a mistake,
however, to think that all Soviet
Jews want to leave."
As a result of Soviet policies,
many Soviet Jews have become so
assimilated that they have lost all
contact with any family outside of
Russia and don't feel any Jewish
identity except for the identifica-
tion on their Soviet identity cards.
They are so estranged from Jew-
ish history and their heritage that
they don't know what it is to be
Jewish, he said. They appear rea-
sonably happy in their work and
location.
Noting that Soviet non-Jews
sympathize with those Russian
Tews who do want to emigrate.
Mr. Silverman said one Russian
non-Jew he spoke with compared
the situation of such Soviet Jews
to someone forced to play for a
soccer team he doesn't want to
play for. The non-Jew said the
player should be allowed to join
another team.
Soviet Jews voluntarily express-
ed their disapproval of violent tac-
tics by those in Western countries
who support their aims. He said
they encouraged instead, "peace-
ful and persistent efforts" to bring
the plight of Soviet Jews to the
attention of all authorities. They
stressed the need for persistent ex-
pressions rather than occasional
outbursts of concern separated by
long pauses, feeling the reminder
should be daily, Mr. Silverman
said.
Harassment in order to com-
municate with people wno refuse
to open normal channels of com-
munication "is not necessarily vio
lent," he said. "Established, re-
ro
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*Je*UtTkridicMi
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Temple Sinai Religious
School Reopens Sept. 12
TVmplo Sinai's Religious School
will JMgifl Sunday rnornblg Sept.
12. More than 300 children, rang-
ing from l;uuloru.y^ri,Wuou**l>Ji*iii
grade, will bo studying Bible, his-
i ry, ethics, customs and ceremon-
i s and Jewish throught in two
sessions every Sund.iy morning.
The Sunday classes will continue
1 meet ;'.i John F, Kennedy Junior I
High School, until the projected
School building is completed some-!
timi late in 1972.
In addition. Hebrew classes meet
at the synagogue lour afternoons;
per week. The program allows fji |
five years of Hebrew instruction,
with children being placed in that
level class which best fills their
needs. Each day's classes conclude
with a worship service at the end
of the two hour learning sessl in.
VVhili mosl children attend only
..iiv afternoon a week, some who
' *ir to make up work are taking
.1 A u i am.
teaching expertise as well. In ad-
dition, he has instituted curriculum
changes wMfte needed, add add a regular "program oi Israeli danp?
ing to the Sunday activities. A
number of "away from school
events" have been planned especi-
ally for those children who are in
the upper grades, including re-
treats, and visits to othe syna-
gogues and churches.
Dr. Allan Schwartzenfeld. chair-
man of the synagogue's religious
school committee, says he looks
forward 10 a year that will not only
x- fuller, but superior to anything
that has gone be fore.
who replaced
Richard Sicgel,
Mui S -. li.ian ,:- principal of
the religious school when the
growth o! the school made it neces-
sary to have a full time educator,
has continued the Temple Sinai
tradition of building on that which
fa is come before.
Mr. Siege] has surrounded him-
sell with .'. large si iff of young
teachers, who come not only with
.' .' tsh mmitment, but with
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The appointment of attorney
Joel Hirschhorn as chairman of
the Safer Citids Committee has
been announced by Dr. Charles
Beber, president of the Greater
Miami Chapter, American Jew-
ish Committee. Mr. Hirschhorn
i is a member of the executive
board of AJC and has been ac-
tive in the Dade County Bar
Association, Council for Inter-
national Visitors, and the Amer-
ican Arbitration Association.
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Uebman To Teach
2 Historv Courses
At M-DJC Branch
Seymoui B. Liebman, chairman
ol the Committee >n th i Mid II
East of Greater Miami Jew sti
Feder ition's Comm Re] itions
Committee, will tc ich "The H j-
ttrjinOI The aVort^in*"*!*1 Mifldlej
East" at the Miaml-Dade Junioi
College Downtown Branch M in-
days from 7:30 ti> 10 o.m.
The course, which will run for )<
weeks, is under the supervisi I
thi- Department of Continuing I ind-
ication. ("I isses will be held in the
nl Mi thodist Church, 127 NE 4th
St.
On Wednesday evei i luring
the same hours, Mr. Liebman will
teach 'The History ot The Jews
in Latin America," in the facilities
at the first Methodist Church.
Registration can be made by
mall or in person at th offio >l
Mlaml-Dade Junioi- College, Cham-
ber of Commerce Building, NE 3rd
Avenue, Miami.
Betty Ward Guest Speaker
Following a short business ses-
sion, Betty Ward, Parkway Chil-
dren's Home Youth Coordinator,
was to be the gui si speaker at the
Brst meeting ol Jewish War Vet-
erans Ladies Auxiliary 223, Wesl
-Miami, for the new si ason. In
honor of her son's birthday, Gladys
isgar, Auxiliary president, will
host the meeting, scheduled for
8:30 p.m. Thursday at Dankers
.Motel Inn. 5N90 SW sth St.
Menorah Launches Membership^
At the d meeting of
M I .'i l> .oil of dirw-
form of a presi-
dent's dinner, the temple lea l r-
.'n'i idopl i \ ide l m
ship drive I ill 50 new fami-
lies, ac Robert I. Siegcl,
ent.
..., -!
Members of the board h ivo ui V r
I ,i<' n to s I the c impeign
j liciting inaffiliated neighbors
ends and bring them in tg
lh Menorah family.
The increase in membership,
i lent Sk p tinted out. n as
nccessarj "due to the expanded
activities in youth and cultural
ing envisaged by Temple
Menoi ih during the coming year,
necessitating inci >ased budgetary
ui. cations."
Temple Menorah has featured
innuallj n Idition to its regular
. on Sab and festivals
lecture series i nc rl pr igrams,
"' .
lies.
Th year h undertaken the
. ship ol the Menorah Day
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r, September 3, 1971
*Jenisti FkrSdHar
Page 3-B
oodman Appointed
Executive Director
ry Goodman, former Euro-
Affairs s|>ecialist with the
Hcan Jewish Committee, has
Japiminted executive director
L American Jewish Confor-
[on Soviet Jewry, according
j announcement made by Isiah
pnkofl', executive vice chair-
|of the National Jewish Com-
Relationa Advisory Council.
"Restructured Conference"
independently staffed and
ccd organization that will as-
|an intensified national pro-
ng N.J.C.R.A.C. to ex-
its consultative services to
es so is to helter as-
i in strengthening their
It Jewry programs. Mr. Min-
| ti '1.
| Greater Miami, an intensive
i hall 'i Soviet Jewry is
I iken by the (ireater
i -:i Fedi rat ion's Com-
h Ri lationa Committee, un-
t manship of Morton
m in. The Community Rela-
nittee and its sub-com-
iin Soviet Jewry has in-
all major Jewish Commun-
i /it ions.
ft Exhibit To Aid
fouhleil Youths
affair to aid "0|>eration
hboard" will be held on Oct.
Ami Jaffe's Galerie 99. 1136
lurse. The works of two art-
|will lx' shown from 7 to 11
!';rkels for the exhihit will
ti tacks.
neration Switchboard." hoad-
i\ attorney Steve Greenberg,
round-the-clock i>hone service
by volunteers for young
lie with problems: drugs. Jobs,
law.
lien's committee for the
\] includes Mrs. Evelyn Login
ecca Doody, Mrs. Ann
M Tate, Mrs. R ii
r, Mrs. R nnie Wolfson, Mrs.
! Russell and Mrs. J iffe.
Convention Report
|hc In Chapter 1288, B'nai
i \\'> 1 hold a i
| i 12:30 p.m. Wedni jdaj
club room of 100 l ii
Milt in Sands, president,
b i.....11 on the 11
ion held in Atlanta
inc.
Wometto Theatres
Mike Nicholsv
Carnal \
Knowledge J

now
mning

Post Time: 1:30 pm.
colder
race course
AdmlMien: SI, Granditand;
S2,CtuMioM.
210th St 2 7th Ave NW,
Miami. FU.
Brow.rd 521-4324/ Did* C2S-13U
Other members of the C R C
include the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith. American
Jewish Congress. American Jew-
ish Committee, Jewish Labor Com-
mittee, Jewish War Veterans, Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women,
and the Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami.
The restructured American con-
ference on Soviet Jewry will con-
tinue to foster and enlarge con-
tinuing, dynamic and activist pro-
grams for Soviet Jewry which
clearly implement the tasks on
behalf of Soviet Jewry as a pri-
ority concern of the total Ameri-
can Jewish community. Mr. Min-
koff said.
The seiipe of the program will
embrace the utilization of all me-
dia of mas- communication, as
well as special approaches and
projects directed toward various
interest groups, such as churches
youth, academics, labor, Negroes
\cterans and women's organiza-
tions.
Governor Appoints Shelly Schlesinger To College Board
Florida's Gov. Reubin Askew
appointed Hollywood attorney
Sheldon (Shelly) Schlesinger to
a four-year term on the Broward
Community College board of trus-
tees recently.
Dr. Hugh Adams serves the 10-
yrar-old junior college, which now
has an enrollment of more than
10,000 students, as president.
"I am eager to help further de-
velop and fund Broward Commu-
nity College and contribute to pro-
viding as broad a base for learning
as possible," Mr. Schlesinger de-
clared following the announce-
ment of his appointment.
Mr. Schlesinger. who was edu-
cated at the University of Miami
and its Law School, served in the
U.S. Army's Judge Advocate De-
partment at Fort McPherson, Ga.,
Biter his graduation in 1954. He
is presently a partner in the law-
firm of Municipal Court Judge J.
Jay Simmons.
Mr. Schlesinger and his wife,
ORT Chapters Holding Meetings Next Week
Convention plans will be made
by the following Southeast Florida
Region chapters during their Sep-
tember meetings. On schedule are
a Come and Tell" program dur-
ing the Atlantic Shores brunch in
Sambo's Restaurant at 11:30 a.m.
Wednesday; a "Tour of Israel"
Social Club Dines, Dances
The Four Winds Social Club has
scheduled a 6 p.m. chicken dinner
followed by social and square
dancing in the Recreation Room
Monday. Ceil Yuloff is president.
with Mrs. Harry Rosenblatt as
speaker for Miami Beach After-
noon in the Holiday Inn. 22nd St.
and Collins Ave., Thursday; a l>ook
nview by Sophie Primak before
the members of Iliscuyne in the
Morton Towers Restaurant Thurs-
day noon, and Flamingo's "Melah
Film." 1 p.m. Thursday at 1200
West Ave.
Pioneer Qub 2 Meets
Club 2 Chapter of Pioneer Wom-
en was to have a meeting Thurs-
day at 1 p.m. in Miami Beach
Auditorium.
Bobbe, are the parents of Scott,
12, and Greg, 9. The family resides
in Hollywood Hills.
Spinoza Forum
September Topics:
The Human Body'
Dr. Abraham Wolfson, director
of the Spinoza Forum for Adult
Education who will be 90 in No-
vember will lecture on "The Hu-
man Body, It's Wonders and It's
Care" during the month of Sep-
tember.
Dates and topics are: Sept. 9,
'The Heart;" Sept. 15, "The
Lungs;" Sept. 22. "The Liver:"
Sept, 29, "How Harmful is
Smoking?"
The forum meets every Thurs-
day at 10 a.m. at the Washington
Federal. 1234 Washington Ave.
The special study group of the
forum meets on M >ndays at 9:30
a.m. at the Miami Beach Federal,
8th St. and Washington Ave.
Thomas Davidoff and Raphael
Burstein are chairmen.
The Good Life
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Maxwell House! Its matchless taste and
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ypHitt fkridHann
Friday, Sepiembtr i
Mrs. Comay Speaker
At Pre-Vue Affair
Noted writer and lecturer, Mrs.| creation of the new State of Israel.
Joan Comay. wife ol Israel's Am- During this time. Mrs. Comay
hassador to Great Bwtain, will JjtJ server! for a Urne^as. a drivei for
| the Haganah, the Jewish deiens
> organization under the British
Mandate. She was liaison officer to
the British authorities for the be-
leaguered Jews in the Old City of
Jerusalem during the War of Inde-
pendence and served with a team
of medieal specialists caring foi
wounded soldiers and civilians.
After Israels establishment, she
!>. oame a member of the Hadass ih
Council in Israel and also a mem-
ber of the World Executive of the
Women's International Zionist!
Organization,
Ambassador and Mrs. Comay
have two children a married
daughter, Yael, and a son Ifoch-
anan, who has completed his mili-
tary service as an artillery officer
in thi- Israel Army.
Safers Holding
Family Reunion
Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Rose ol
Miami are serving as eoehairmen
of a reunion of one of Florida's
I pioneer families to l>e held in Jack-
sonville Sunday.
A swimming parts at 1:30 p.m.'
will precede a 6:30 p.m. dinner for
members of the Safer family,
which settled in Jacksonville in.
1903, and now numbers 319 living
members, according to Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph P. Safer of Jackson-1
villc. reunion eoehairmen.
Rabbi Benjamin Safer moved to
Florida 66 yean ago to serve the
Jew ish community in Duval coun-
ty. Members of the family who will
attend ate expected to come from'
Savannah. Houston. Atlanta Wash-
ington, Augusta and numerous
cities in Florida.
El Al Is More Safety-Conscious
MRS. JOAN COMAY
the guest ftp ki .; a P e-Vu<
"Coffee and Sweets' party in prep-
aration for the annual Bond-with-
Israel luncheon sponsored by the
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah.
according to Mrs. Betty Fast,
(Chapter president, and Mrs. Zelda
Thau luncheon chaii-man. The Pre-
Vue aifair will be held Wednesday
M 10 a.m. in the Playboy Ptaza
Hotel.
Invited to attend the Pre-Vue
are members of the corps of hosts
who will help complete plans for
the annual Bond-with-Israel lunch-
eon, which will take place on Oct.
14. Assisting Mrs. Fast and Mra,
Thau in preparations for the an-
nual luncheon, which is the largest
such event in the United States.
are luncheon vice chairmen Flor-
i nee Barth, Lillian Goodman, Hen-
rietta Jonas, Frances Katzman, I
I an Simonhoff, Miriam Sirkin,'
Esther Weinkle and Sybil Weitz,
Mrs. Comay, on i I rael'e most
Influential and widi Ij ead w ril
i.- ih i author l the highlj
i volume, "Everyone's Gui le
to l~i iel," and has served as Israeli
Bureau chief for the American W-
kly, "Israel Sp aks."
Ambassador and Mrs. C m ly
came From South Africa to settli
in Palestine Just aft -r World W t
II and played an active part in the]
natic ling up to the
Think of them
as multiple
vitamins
with
wrinkles
We're not suggesting
you give up vitamin pills
for prunes. All we're saying
is, Sunsweet Prunes have
many important vitamins.
LikeAandli-l,B-2and
niacin. Like minerals, too
calcium, plenty of iron,
rich in potassium.
Yet low in sodium.
Delicious with natural
sugar. So you can nibble
something swoet for
only a measly 18-od calorics per prune.
FUND RAISER
National Service Organization seeks
versatile fond raiser far regional
assignment in Atlanta, Georgia. Ex-
tensive travel. Experience in land
raising and promotion with em-
phasis on dinners and special events
desired. Salary open. Excellent
fringe benefits. Send resume and
salary requirements to:
Personnel Director
S'nai B'rith
1640 Rhode Island Avenue, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20036
Abi gezunt
with
SUNSWEET Pitted PRUNES
Uv AMOS BEN-VBRED
Chief of ITA .Middle Fast Bureau
JERUSALEM His subma-
chinegun at the ready, pointed
waist high, the gray-clad soldiei
kept guard over the 100-strong
group nl men and women at K n
Airport near Zurich. The group did
riot st ami still. The men and
women kept snapping the scene:
the blue-and-white colored El Al
Boeing, the airport control tower
in the distar.ee. othei aircraft
nearby but not too near.
"Is he one of ours? one of the
American women asked excitedly.
"But no, he is Swiss," came the
reply.
"Exciting, isn't it?" a male voice
said.
"As for me, I find it frightei
i tall, dark-haired woman n
Immediately the woman. Mrs
Sylvia Nosatsky from Queens, N.Y..
on her way to Israel on behalf ol
the American Jewish Congress I
the American-Israel dialogue, found
herself the I irgel of vehement at-
tack from several Israelis in ilv
group of waiting pass* i era
"I find it reassuring," one younc
Israeli girl exclaimed. "El Al is,
ihe only airline in which I can be
sure I won't land in Jordan or
Algeria
"Bui Still W makes me creepy.
Mrs. Nosatsky retorted.
-Do you like Naw Y,,lk better?"
came the question. I found thai
much more, a!raid HI
\. \ Viirk. In Jerusalem and Tel
can go out alone al
midnight and no one will bother
hi r. Sh eari carrv a bag and she
can pass through side streets. II
si,,, f, i she can walk to
i, home or hotel over three miles
rfter the evening show al a
theatre."
Bui the Vmi rlcan aide, when
\ii- Nosatsky had now been Joined
by a few friends, did nol give up
v 1*0 as it is llightening
p. think ol bombs suddenly going
ofl and of conl tous I ghttng on
the bonli rs, they said.
To which Israelis replied: "Bui
ivi do nol feel frightened, and cer-
nol all the time."
El Al s security measures are
i th m those ,.i othei
. I'.in Anv; Ic in
1'., -phi >ne is no more
than fi isked little and ask, ,i to
open or. is or handfa ig
Mo vie p C IU) ions at all were
taken as we changed over to a
Swissair Coronado in I.ondon
although a plane Of exactly the
same type ,. .-.. .
ever blown ,. mid>^' -
":'""(rlS,vA ***5
members wei M ,.
plosion over S .; ^ -riand
But El Al ;,f(1
!>virduig.gi.- i ,
rial any pre,,-, :,-
known to th ^nger/E
luggage is minutely
After checkii n, then.*
.n the depart ^
not to lose
ment. of th
of luggage bro ,, ,."
Eventually i
but search l th -}IA '
staklngly bj Sv cuntyl
':,1<'" and won
and each bj u \ or a
agent, as the ea
haps a necest eating
or air piracy, hut
the lees
There ,n only f|
I'l lendliness of N the it
ess, who m .,,
ing the entin ir -.^
Yissrael the d, >.-
bi Ing anotlv at ;*
of coffee if yi for it
advantages ontw _'i the j|
ties- ail 1:1 vll is to I
..nd the U s .,; joj
months ahl i I
IC) 1971 Jewlol
Where
Empire Kosher
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rms-r.
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Where
you buy
quality
meats.
Very particular about the meats you buy? Then you're on the right track
to finding Empire Kosher Poultry. The merchant who caters to your good
taste with finest quality, U.S. Government Inspected meats, Prime and
Choice, is usually a man who takes pride in quality products throughout his
store. For, he reasons, the quality shopper wants quality in everything, and
he doesn't want you to go elsewhere for your poultry. The purity and
wholesomeness of Empire Kosher is doubled-checked by U.S. Government as
well as Rabbinical Inspections. Plump, juicy, tender Empire chickens and
turkeys whole, parts and specialties of all kinds, Fresh and/or Frozen -
are available in most cities coast to coast. Next time you buy quality
meats, get good-tasting Emp.re Kosher Poultry, too. Anl, if your store-
keeper doesn't stock it, ask if he'd want you to go elsewhere.
The Most Trusted
Name in
Kosher Poultry
< EKPI, 1971
2irUtVai,ability please ca" Distributor:
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Awish Floridian &f*?S5S
/ O// o/; // HUW tor Sept. 8-10
the (A/oman s World In Its New Quarters
Friday, September 3, 1971
Page 5-B
Beth Shalom Sisterhood
Hosting Kickoff Brunch
A "Rally 'round the Seminary"
brunch to kirk of! the Torah Funrt-
Reskdenee Hall campaign of the
Jewish Theological Seminary will
he hofited by tlie Sisterhood of
Tempfe Rcth Shalom, Hollywood
at l() ii.m Thursday, Sept. l'>. ac-
cording to an announcement made
by Mrs. M. S Oohen, pteaktent of
thi' National Women's League ol
the United Synagogue of Amen.-a.
Florida Brunch vice presndent
Mrs, Oscar Sindell. chairman of
the day, will pivs.-nt Certificates
o!' Award to tljc Florida Branch
Sisterhoods which mad*- their quo-
tas for the 1970-1971 during the
event.
Fdyn Ar/.t, daughter of the late }
Rahhi Lsedor Stager who lives with
Yvfv huslxjnd. Rabbi A. David Ar/l.
and th*ir four children in Baldwin.
1,1. N.Y., will ho the guest speakei
Mrs. Arzt, pi>>gi'.ini vice president
oT the National Women's League,
frequently filLs sneaking engage-
nents for Torah Fund-Residence I
"art time on :> ye ir-round basis.
she is connected with the Tikvah
program of Ramah and the Com-
mission's integrated camping for
"pedal" children.
Mrs. Aral is a study group leader
for Hadassah, serves on the Par-
ent-Teacher Association Board at
Brandcis, her children's school, and
edits the school bulletin. The school
is a Solomon Schechter Day
School.
New B.B. Chapter
Receives Charter
The Roney Pla/a Chapter of
B'nai B'rith Women will hold its
first installation at a luncheon at
the Algiers Hotel. Wednesday
noon.
Mrs. Arthur Horwitz, president-
elect oi B'nai B'rith Women Dis-
trict ">. will present the charter.
-. Max Kern, president of
'hi' National Ladies Auxiliary,
lewiah War Veterans, will serve
as installing officer.
Weight Watchers
Luncheon Planned
The Sisterhood of Temple Judea
will hold its first luncheon of the
season Wednesday. Sept. 15, in
the social hall. Weight watchers
food will he served.
Guest speaker will he Noima
Frasher. director of Weight Wotch-
ers of Greater Miami.
Chairmen of the day are Mrs.
Ah in Burger and Mrs. Marvin
Mill. Mrs. Leon Henry is president
of the Sisterhood.
How can a blind person -.,' a
mountain? Through deft'y jiius-
trated braille materials sech as
thus., that will be on exhibit when
the Greater Miami Section of Na-
tional Council o| Jewish Women
""i'ls op, :, house at ii.- new of-
fices in the Greater Miami Jewish
l-I'd,mi ion building, 1200 Blscayne
Blvd., Sept. 8-10.
The information bazaar in ad-
dition to selections from its exten-
sive braille library which is recog-
nizi d as one of the best in the
eountrj will highlight NCJWs
services to seniors, the hearing
handicapped and low-income
groups, its expanded scholarship
program, its concern for adequate
child-care facilities and other
needed soeial action, and its dedi-
cation to worldwide peace.
At l p.m. Sept. 8. Federal Immi-
gration Examiner Joseph X. Sand-
weiss will dedicate th< Naturali-
zation and Immigration Scrvic"
rooms in the XC.IW's headquar-
ters in memory of Minnie Fein-
berg who. while serving as NCJW
executive secretary for 15 years,
actively aided Immigrants to this
ires and was particularly helpful
luring the Cuban rris.s. Thus will
begin at l' a.m.; the bazaar will
be op -:i until 3 p.m.
Admiring the plaque that will be used for the formal dedi-
cation cf the Naturalization and Immigration Service office
in honor of Minnie Feinberg, who served the National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women as executive secretary for many years
are Mrs. Edward Cowen, (left) membership vice president;
Mrs. Aaron Farr, national vice president; Mrs. Philip Bloom,
president, and Mrs. Sidney Lewis, arrangements chairman
for the section's Open Meeting, Feinberg Dedication, and
Information Bazaar which will take place in the new Federa-
tion Building Wednesday.
fwmiu^
Ha'
in
Itehalf of the Jewish The-
t>V> ical Seminary. She has served
as program ehairm in of the Sea-
fcoiod Branch of the League and
as p'-ogram chairman and adult
Jii.-ation chairman of the South
bre, I*)iig Island Branch.
.-. Arat, a graduate of Brook-
College and Yale University
bailment of Drama, was an as-
tart in the Dc|>artment of Dra-
IticS cf the Jewish Education
nmittee oi New York. A mem-
oi tin United Synagogue Com-
Bsion on Jewish Education, she
ires on its Parent Education and
cl U (Education Committees, and
Ichairman of the Commission's
inner Activities Committee and
neinb-r of the editorial board of
publication, "Your Child."
jk member of the administrative
tali >,f i imp R.imuh in Glen Spoy,
Ar*t works with the camp
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+Jewish ncrxfran
Friday. September 3, 1971
SOCIAL BRIEFS
Isabel Grove
by
-j RocheUe Diamond Becomes the Bride Of Chaim Sukenik
The former Rochelle Mira Dia-lTorah Hebrew Day School .
mond and Chaim Nathan Sukenik Attending the couple t their
u, elding were Mrs. David Lu*
and Moshe
brother oi the brid -

>f New York City, exchanged mar-
vows on Sunday, Aug. 22.
The 6 p.m. ceremony was held in
itlon Beth Sholom, Rocli-
esti r, NV.
groom.
' Stern
.. f .; W imi n of '
in New 1
ll Y. shh
rry and Lillian Goldkin of have them so elose by are Arthur's The bride is the d
Norl 'leach arc being hon- toother, Dr. Joseph and his wr.e. md-Mrs Morris Diamoti
I Saturday night at Temple B lie, and Syd's two The ''-
Mrs. Hannah Matzkin, wife of ,re R i I Mrs. Jul Sukenik. 01 .,
Judge Murray Mat/kin of Treas- 282 We., MB. R New
ure Isles and Mrs. Ted Green, wil
Idy Green of Hillcrest
& tr
H v ing spent m wt of August In
France, former Miami Beachit
Linda Hausman greets us with
"'Hon jour!" Somewhere in th
Sunday Nuptials I nite Hoifmans
Phyllis Shull of : man. a c
Lav H n of Mian
southern part of thV country is a Beach were married Sunday. Aug. man and th late L unan
c dud Andorra. She enthuses. 29, in the study of R I ph and came to Florida
"All ol Fiance is so very magnlfi- Kingsley of Temple Sim ol North Mr ]( ffman ,n, of ,hi.

cent. IiiLs country lies in nioun- Dade.
tains of indescrible splendor. '
Well, she'll be able to tell her stu-
dents all about it when she re-
turns to her class in New Jersey
Men's Fashion Guild of G
The bride was attended by her g men.a
daughter Sandra: the groom bj Arihu[. ^^ ,,,,
his son, Saul.
The ceremony was followed by Among the guests were the
soon. Waiting to greet her will be|a reception and buffet .1 Himi- bride's sister. Mrs. Harold TUniCK
her parents, Florence and Harry sphere's Ocean Bay Club. After a of North Miami, and Mr. and Mrs
Hausman of No. Bay Rd.. who are wedding trip to Puerto Rico and B. Hoffman, brother of the groom,
spending several weeks in the I the Virgin Islands, the couple will land his sister, Mrs. Ldhan Lock-
north. I reside in Hallandale. 'hart, from Pittsborg._____________]
* -to tr
One of the last things Frances
MRS. CHAIM N. SUKENIK
MR. and MRS. HARRY GOLDKIN
Adath Yeshurun on the occasion
of their 50th wedding anniversary.
For the gala, appropriately enough.
attractive Mrs. Goldkin will wear
a long, gold gown with bead', d
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah
Groups Hold First Meetings Of Year
Wolfson 1 Mrs. Mitchelli did be-
fore leaving for an Alaskan vaca-
tion with her husband, Colonel
Wolfson, was to approve the proofs
I B holiday card she created as a
gift to the Crippled Children's So-
ciety. The card, a reproduction of
one of her intern itionally famous
paintings In the Chinese genre "ill
neckline. Hosting the reception and Issued in a limited edition to
dinner are daughter Anita and bus- j ben, lit the society. Mrs. Wolfson,
band Leonard J. Tobias, son Mil- ne of Miami's most dedicated
ton and Mrs. Goldkin. and Mrs. workers for philanthropic, cultural vill talk on "The Work-
Phyllis Neu, Lillian's sister. Among and civic causes, chose her paint- ing Girl in Israel." Group president
guests will be Mr. and Mrs. .1 eph ing Egret in Flight" as the cen- Is Grace Kunis.
Spak of Chicago. long time friends tral design for the card The En-
of thi cek brants. Also five Goldkin glish version of an old Chinese
The Miami Beach Chapter of He-
1 issah groups are holding thi
meetings of the new season during
iniing weeks.
Hanna Seneaeh will meet Tui -
in in the A Hot I.
Triton Towers will have a snack
grandchildren: Linda (nee Tobias> wish. May you have good health
and husband Dr. Michael Mussen aid happiness and may the world Jiulv DrtK'kcr Speaker
of Wisconsin: localites Robin and be peaceful and tranquil" appears Judy Drucker cultural and fine
Donney Lloyd (Tobias:: Elliot To- inside the fold. al Sector at Temple Beth Sho-
bias: Alan and Scott Goldkin of -Cr -fr lorn. Miami Beach, will discuss
Daytona. The Goldkins were mar-, A reception from 7-11 p.m. will Art and Music in Judaism" Fri-
lunch at noun Tuesday in the Al-
ters Hotel. Flo K. Mans.ii' is in
hai ge of publicity.
Lincoln Group has sen luled 1
1 ing for no >n >n M
Sept. 13. Ann Levy is president.
Hie group is spons ti ing 1 7-day
to the Carlbb in on the
S/S Song of Norway. Reservations
for the Nov. 27 trip may be ma 1
with Rose Kravitz or Fay Yarrow.
At the recent national conven-
ts held Sept. 14 at Kings Bay
Yacht and Countrv Club for some
The affair is an annual dinner
sponsored by the law school.
ried on Sept. 3, 1921 in Toronto
Soon after, they migrated to De-
troit, then to Chicago, and some
seven years ago to South Florida.
Mrs. Goldkin has spent much of
her adult life working for Hadas-
sah, concentrating on Youth Ali-
yah. and is a past president of the
Albert Einstein Chanter. The Gold-
kins are members of Adath Yesh-
urun where he serves as a vice
president and she holds an office
in the Sisterhood.
Friday evening following the 473 NE 167th St; North Mjami
SP,hT;SH Tf ,^'r ** "> accepting pupils in music
n^ ^Khf k rJhC alld dance {r its 1971-72 season.
Oneg Shabbat in honor of Mrs. Miss Laura Ros<1 May direstross of
the Conservatory will teach all
graded classes in classical ballet.
Special classes in pre-ballet. adult
beginner ballet, and slimnastics
Esther Wroup will meet Tuesday
ii 12 3 1 p.m. in the Cadillac Ho- ticn of the Jewish War Veterans
el. Mrs. cka l.uulrv ,s president. oj the United StQte8 in Minneap.
Royal Hungarian Taking |oUs- Minn- Mrs Billie Kern a
Orders for Holiday Foods Miami Beach rasident and a
Miami Beach's Royal Hungar- member of Auxiliary No. 330,
Ian Restaurant is presently taking Miami Beach, was elected na-
High Holiday food orders, accord- ... ,
.... ---- "--. s...... !'""". "'"line to Mr and Mrs Philin WpIu tional president, the first to be
D. Lewis will be host. Faculty also present a number of songs in "u nr.ana wits. 1 nuip weiss, r
members and their wives, and stu- this program, which opens the fall ""J" V^SS^W ? E5 ^ SO honored 'm the hi3tory of
dent leaders of the school, will be | series sponsored by the Miami n~_ s .'!"- ln"
on hand to meet the new students. I Beach Art Club. Harry Rossman
day, Sept. 10. at the 8 p.m. meet-
ing of the Miami Beach Art Forum
750-1.000 incoming freshmen of the 1 in the Washington Federal Audi-
University of Miami School of torium. 1234 Washington Ave. A
Law. Law School dean Frederick gifted concert performer, she will
is president.
creased in anticipation of the sea- the dePar,ment of Florida.
sonal rush for prepared foods. j------------------------------------------
Early reservations for taki
service are urged. Such traditional
Mary Miller, who recently cele-
brated her 100th birthday.
Cr -tt it
A new little ;>rincess has ar-
rived on Miami Beach. Jeanne Pau- j will also be offered
la Robbins, weighing a tiny li
pounds, born Aug. 30 to Lois and j
Richard P. Robbins. She joins sis-1
ter Leslie Yvette, who won't be
three until October, but is prepar-
ing to enter the Montessori School'
next week. Maternal parents arel
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Goldman of'
Laguna Beach, California, who will j
arrive here soon to see their new .
granddaughter. Richard's parents j
are Dr. Alex and Ruth Robbins j
who in addition to keeping young 1
Leslie occupied these days have
also been busy moving into an
apartment in the Corinthian.
Cr -Cr a
Attorney Harry and Sue Zuker-
nick have just returned from six
weeks in Europe, their steento trip
there. While in London, Harry at-
tended the American Bar Associa-
tion convention which varied its |
business sessions with a garden
party attended by Princess Mar-,
garet. The Zukernicks saw lots of
theatre in London where the sea-
son has been an exceptionally fine
one. They also spent several weeks ]
in Holland at the Hague where
Harry attended the Academy of
International Law at the Peace
Palace.
Cr -Cr New residents of Florida are
Syd and Arthur Breuer formerly
of Washington. D.C., who have
settled in at the Sans Souei Es-
tates in North- Miami.. Happy- to
An Ethel Blake Art Exhibit
conservatory Opens Season Ethcl Blakc art COOI,iinator for I favorites as boiled beef tianken,
The Conservatory of Fine Arts, the Coconut Grove Playhouse, will j duckling, and roast beef, with
have a one-man showing of her, kishka. tzimmea and kugel will be
available. The dessert menu in-
Mrs
works through Sept. 30 at the
Kings Bay Yacht and Count rv .
Club. The display, in the club's I ClUdes Mr- Weto home-made
art gallery, is open to the public strudel. pies and pastries for your
and includes more than 20 works | selection.
ranging from semi-abstract to fig-
urative and still life paintings in
acrylics and oils.
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Friday, September 3, 1971
+Jewistfk>ridiici,in
Stephanie Fisher Engaged To Wed Lloyd Cooper
*a&fi} YHh';f1 L' "Ssl" mcmber of Bc,a *> to-
thee^eLnirf fH T01^1 tea0onal- B'"ai B'rith Women
SepS^S^tTei!jal?hter' imd ,h0 Natio"aI Association of
Stephanie Hope, to Lloyd Cooper Legal Secretaries,
or Miami Beach.
Miss Fisher graduated from the H'T father' an at,0oy. is
City Universit" 5 New York men?r J ''"' Met"
Ui-ooklvn College Division and i: ""!" n transportation Authority
_____________se ""*"' and and the Central New Yo.-K Re-
# onal Transportation Autl
t alene iJoner 4nd ind served as counsel to the
Speaker of the New York SI ite
Page 7-&
I
Lps Falke To Wed
Mrs. Cyril Donor of 2383 NE
L94th St., is announcing the en-
gagement of her daughter Valerie
Eve to Leg Falke. The future bride
Is also the daughter of the late
\ J. Doner.
AIM. HAROLD SAMS
Pamela Biller Now
Mrs. Harold Sanes
The Algiers Hotel was the set-
ting for the Sunday, Aug. 29, nup-
t! i's and reception in honor of the
former Pan* la Biller and Harold
Kabiii Melvin Hecht, the
bride's cousin, who was recently
ordained in Cincinnati. Ohio, per-
formed the ceremony.
Parents of the newlyweds are
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Biller. 1170
NE 169th Ter., and Mr. and Mrs.
William Sanes 13651 SW 77th Ave.
Barbara Biller served as her
sister's maid of honor, with Renne
Man lell and Wendy Fier. brides-
maids. The bridegroom had his
brother Kenneth Sanes as best
man. and Jeffrey Friedman and
Ri I 11 Brozik were ushers.
For her wedding, the bride wore
B n of p ,:ii lace with tiny pearls, and carried
an arrangement of ivory and yel-
low roses.
An boner student at the Unl-
V( ty of Florida for the past two
years, the new Mrs. Sanes will
continue her education at the Uni-
versity of Miami. Her husband is
p graduate of the University of
Florida, where he was an officer
in Alpha EpsiVon Pi fraternity.
On their return from a honev-
mi>on in Europe, the couple will
live in South Miami.
A graduate of Miami Norland
Senior High th bride-elect is now Th(, ...od,,in
attending Dekalb Junior College 0ct 3 "'"'"
in Atlanta. ________
Assembly from 1965-68.
Mr. Cooper, the son of Mr. and
Mi -. Mom;.; Cooper of North Mi-
ami Beach, is a .-; duate of t1 w
York Univeisty. He is gi 1
manager of Quality Thread C n-
pany and presid ml of the North
Shore Optimist Club of Miami
Beach.
is planned for
STEPHANIE H. FISHER
1972 Nuptials For
Karen Plotkin and
Michael Wetmore
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Plotkin, 6080
SW 63rd Ct.. have announced trie
engagement 01 their daughter!
Karen, to Michael Wetmore, son
if Mr, I Mrs 1 -. Wi (spore of
Cmy. Ind;
The couple will be married in
lime. 1972.
The ful ure bi 1 ite of
Coral High I the
Univei sity ol 1" it: 1 ill re-
ci\i from
in : ma next Jun (.
T'ne i t i'i .- in .-- -' has an un-
Icrgraduate 1 in Political
nee from the University of
Indiana, and is now working on
his Master's degree in the same
field and will attend law school.
Her fiance, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley M. Falke. 711 NE 169th
St., is also a graduate of Miami
Norland Senior High and is pres-
ently a student at the University
of Georgia.
The wedding is planned for
Uigust, 1972.
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The Family of our Beloved Mother
BELLA BASKIN
wish to thank the very many friends
who sent their condolences on our
bereavement and also the many who
gave to good causes in
her Blessed Memory.
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Workmen's Circle School
Now at Israelite Center
3125 S.W. 25th Street
Open For Registration
Curriculum includes
JEWISH HISTORY and CONTEMPORARY
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*S.
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Mrs. Richard Schwarz
President, P.T.A.
Revised curriculum based on the latest concepts in Jewish Education
THREE-DAY AFTERNOON RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
SUNDAY SCHOOL
BAR/BAS MITZVAH & CONFIRMATION PREPARATION
PRESCHOOL DEPARTMENT
Nursery Ages 3 to 5
HALF AND FULL-DAY KINDERGARTEN
CLASSES HELD AT 1701 WASHINGTON AVENUE and 727-77th STREET
Limited Reservations Still Being Accepted for
THE LEHRMAN DAY SCHOOL
Grades 1 through 8
Under the personal supervision of DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
Herzl Honor Mae Perlstein, Principal Naomi B. Brandeit
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Fcge 8-B
fJenist fJkridliiar,
Friday, September 3. 1971
Mizrachi Women's Organization Groups T^^ZXl
Plan Opening Meetings From Sept. 8-15
wrhi Women's presidents
other leaden will meel with
Mrs. Alfred Stone, Florida Council
coordinator, on Tuesda> at id a.m.
u rhe r Lincoln *A., IT!-:. ChaptdP nfi-fl*
v II als > be held during th<'
rig week-.
.On Thursd v. Sept. 9. Hmlar'
Cftaptar will meet in its new quar-
l s at the American Savings &
Ld n, Alton and Lincoln Rris., for
' -.- n luncheon. Mrs. Herman
- ores dent.

fteula will have its opening meet-
oi Wedr -1 ly at Beth Israel
c tion. Mrs Aaron Katz is
de it.
On Tuesday, Sept. 14, Hatlkvah
w .. install its incoming slate of
olfleer at the Royal Hungarian
Restaurant. Mrs. Kyman Kolko is
president, [nstalling officer will bo
Ruth Zellner, with Rose Lunger in
charge ot the program. Among the
guests will be Mrs. Jay Dermer.
M i. Rachel Katz, president, will
conduct the meeting of Miami
Beach Chapter at the Washington
Federal on Tuesday. Sept. 14 al
l p.m.
Shalom Chapter presidium Will
be In charge of the group's meet-
ing at Iihi Lincoln Rd.. Tuesday.
Sept M at 1 p.m.
* V *
A gala installation and member-
ship party is planned for Chal
Charter Wednesday, Sept. 15. at
S p.m. in the home of Ruth Sako-
vitz. 8650 SW 84th Ct. Mrs Al-
fred FlnkHstein is pre=;dent.
Temple Tifereth i~ expanding it.s j
adult education program this yeai
under the auspices of Rabbi Na-
than Zolondek. The program will
consist of Hebrew Instruction: k
lure s, rfes n lating to the Prop**
!,. ;, the Bible and Ethics of the
I" itheis from V^T^lnuul^
Registration for .lasses is now
open: Mrs. Renee Levite, adult odu-
ation chairman, is in charge.
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lember 3, 1971
vJcwisti ncrSc/iain .
)ar
c.kki:\i;i;k<.
i GreeHberg, the son
rs. Hen Shlndter, will
[Mitzvah on Saturday,
Jcmple L'manu-L'l.
student at Temple
kcligious Scliool. is in
kde at Ransom Sdl 10I
lino and guitar and is
dramatics.
brant's grandfather,
pr. will lie among Hie
Bis at the event.
IN KIFKIN
i'tt, son of Mr. and
Rifkin, WM7 S\V 14th
B>rate his Bar Mitzvah
)r Olom on Saturday
*>t. 4.
pighth grader at West
r High School, where
er of the school band.
confirmation class at
lorn.
Irs. Rifkin will host
i ibbat Friday evening,
following the services
imd a dinner-reception
I Hungarian Restaurant
(onor Saturday evening,
he honored guests will
randmother. Mrs. Esther
attending will he Mr.
M ix Kuker of Colonial
fj.
fr -it
ftPHEN BF.ISFR
Paul the son of Dr. and
our Z. Beiser. will be-
plitzvah Saturday, Sept.
Zion.
an eighth grade stu-
'almetto Junior High
planning to become a
[Mrs. Beiser will sponsor
labbat Friday night and
on Saturday following
Phcy will also host a
>ption Saturday night in
lonor. Among the non-
will be the grandpar-
[and Mrs. David Beiser
Mrs. Charles Fish-nan.
i
(JAIL BOTH
icning services it Beth
jgregation Sept 3 will
Bat Mitzvah of Gail
(hter i>f Mrs. Hem
and Walter Roth. The
twin brothers. Albert
d. will participate in
>rv.
illy belongs i>> pre-USY
member of it-; bowling
|will be honored by hei
Oneg Sh ibb it follow-
ptces.

iVIMi ADLER
iit/v all <>f Irving Aaron
Uddyi. son of Mr. and
Adler, 630 SW 29th
observed during Satur-
services, Sept. 4. and
firng services. Sept. ti.
?iii Congregation.
I is in the eighth grade
few Academy is the
I the late Irving Adler.
was named, and Mrs
fcuni. who will attend
jinn. He is also the
1 the late Mr. and Mrs.
sic:n of St. Louis, Mo.
lant will be honored at
following Saturday's
hi a reception on Mon-
(held at Beth David.
ft &
EDELMABf
. son of Mrs. Raisa
Sidney Kdclman, will
far Mitzvah on Satur-
it Temple Beth Am.
ivill follow the cero-
Bll attends the Sun-
(ew schools at Betn
French horn in the
at West Miami Jun-
pre he is a student.
Kl of the Bar Mitz-
P Mis. Samuel Edel-
and Mrs. Morris
Iroskxbf.ik;
rrvices on Sept. 4
h '"ongregation will
P" Mitzvah of Gary.
bs. Bernard Rusen-
|s a member of the
pro-confirmation class at Beth
Torah's Harold Wolk Religious
School wiil be honored at tl
Kiddusi, following the ceremony.
, Among guests will be the cele-
brant s grandparents, Mr. and Mr-
Kalman Rosenberg of Philadelphia
'and Mrs. Sophie Teaser of North
Miami Reach.
DENNIS SHERMAN
On Saturday. Sept. 4. IVnni,
, Mar m the son of Mr. and Mr..
Fred Sherman, will be Bar Mitz-
! van m the main sanctuary of Tem-
ple Ner Tamid.
Dennis, who attends Nautilus
'Junior High School and Ner Tamid
Religious School, is ;, student of
Humanities and received a c rtifi-
eate in Science for rendering serv-
ices.
i
A K'iddush will follow- the serv-
ices and a reception jn Dennis'
honor will be held in the Regency
Room of the Imperial House Sat-
; urday evening.
Out-of-town guests will include
his uncle, of Richmond Hills.
Queens, his aunt and uncle. Donald
and Lenore Rosoff. from Provi-
dence. R.I., and his grandmother.
Mrs. Ma Coo|>cr from Switzerland '
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Alan Rifkin
Stephen Beiser
MARTIN B8KENAZI
Martin A] in, son of Mr, and Mrs.
Hyman Eskcnazi, will become Bai
Mitzvah, Saturday, Sept. 4 at
Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute.
Martin is an eight!) grade stu-
dent at Nautilus Junior High
School and attends the religious
s. hool ol Agudath Israel.
Maternal grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Aaron Levy, of Miami Beach
"ill attend the Bar Mit/vah. Also
Marc tdelman
Martin tskenazi Brian Greenberg
B celebrants
S Hank, and
Jack Angel,
present will be thi
aunt Lilly and uik]
.(Hi-Ins Valerie and
from Rosedale N v
LANCE SILBERT
Beth Torah Congregation will
be the setting for the Shabbat B
Mitzvah of Lance, son of Mrs.
Frcddi Silbert, on Saturday after-
noon, Sept. 1.
Among guests at the celebration
will he Lance's grandmother. Mrs.
Sarah Glazes of Brooklyn.
CRAIO APATOV
On Friday. Sept. 3, at Cong .
tion B'nai Raphael, Craig, s
Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Apat IV, rill
be awarded the Ner Tamid 1 I
at the n gular evening lei
This is the highest award gi\ 1 ,
a scout of the Jewish faith.
Craig will be called to th
as a Bar MitZv lh on Sat 1 .1 iv
m irning, Sept. 4.
Temple
Menorah
introduces the
"Tryalemple"
Service.
Introducing a refreshing new experience for people who only
go to Shul on Yom Kippur.
Try a Temple Service is our special Friday Night Service,
10th of September at 8:00 p.m.
Worship with us. Meet the congregation. Enjoy the
refreshments. We*d like to make you feel at home. Where you
feel a sense of belonging. If you want an evening that's a
little different for a change, come to Temple. Give your heart
a lift, your soul a boost. Now is your chance to find out what it's
all about before you join the congregation.
We think you'll find a spiritual home at Temple Menorah.
We'd like a chance to show you.
You're invited to "Try a Temple" Service.
Temple Menorah
75th Street and Dickens Avenue, Miami Beach.
September 10th, 8:00 p.m.


Page 10-B
Funeral Services Held For
Mrs. Florence Kupperman
Funeral services were conducted
by Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky of
Beta Tfilah Synagogue Sunday far.
three of her city's mayors; she had
received the keys to the city from
Mayors Jay Dcrmcr, Melvin Rich-
nrd and Kenneth Oka. She was
listed in the 1965 edition of Who's
Who of American Jewish Women.
A life member of Hadassah. Mrs.
Kupix-rman was also active in the
City of Hope, the Jewish Home for
the Aged and Papanicolaou Can-
cer Research Institute in Miami.
Survivors include a sister. Sadie
Rockmach. and brothers Arthur.
Nathaniel. Samuel and Seymour
Lesser of New York.
Memorial contributions may be
made to Women's American CRT
or to the Papanicolaou Cancer Re-
search Institute.
Entertainer Ted Lewis, 80
NEW YORK (JTA> Ted
Lewis, 80. the bandleader and
I singer who made "Is Everybody
; Happy?" one of the most familiar
catchlines in show business, died
in New York last week after a
heart attack. Mr. Lewis, whose
real name was Theodore Leopold
Friedman, was born in CTrclevillc. _-_. ^^ |f- (
Ohio, and costarred in vaudeville Nii f N<| of
with such start as Eddie Cantor
and Sophie Tucker. The enter-
tainer, whose rumpled top hat wasj
a trademark, retired in 1965.
Friday, September 3 i
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
CHAPTER 20722 ACTS OF 1M1
all IS**, luut
fic-e and has made apidicalio..
ix deed < issued thereon Said
certificates embrace the following
described property, >'i the County of
- -- >f Florida, to wit:
Of NW,
LEGAL NOTICE
6 of
will
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
OF BULK TRANSFER
A bulk transfer unuer article
the Uniform Commercial Code
be made at Office of Jack J
vYelsa, -ii B.W U Streel Mlam
Florida "ii or after Si pi
1971, at : a M ! gUeJ and KmuiUctla
^u.-l > his wife,
K
. ember 10
Alberto Mi
Navarro (Ml
,i b Tuyo v Mlo
Kem.....illing, Inc. a k
Til
Certificate No 5M1 The aaaeaa-
ni.ni of said property under the
said certificate Issued was In the
name of Jack Hoffman Tr
g u N Vi of NW '. oi nw ',
i\g W of Levee Zl it w. Section
4 Township :.:< South, Range 35
Bast, conlalnlni I 6 Acres mr>>
or less In the County of Dane,
State of Florida, a* mbrg. ed
i rtlflcate No 584! The sa-
il property under
the said certificate Issued wa-
in the name of Laui enc< 11 Hoff-
man. Tr
atei -hall I"- re-
the
SELTSER
MRS. FLORENCE KUPPERMAN
Florence Kupperman. a prominent
Jewish clubwoman who died last
week at -Mount Sinai Hospital fol-
lowing a lonj,' illni'ss. Burial took
place in N'ew York.
Arthur S. Rosichan. executive
director of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, and Mrs. Harry
Rosenblatt, a past national vice
president and member of the na-
tional board of Women's American
CRT. presented the eulogii S. Mrs.
Kupperman, who made her home
at 7921 East Dr.. North Bay Vil-
lage, was a past presidenl of the
Southeastern Florida Region ol
Women's American OUT and hau !
s. rved as vice president of the '
Federation's Women's Divfa
SI was also a mi mber of its cam-
paign cabim t an i Miami B> .
area board.
Mrs. Kup]
of Ben m ho
idei
New J
born in N
t- ndi d hi] h cch ol and 1
college there. She Miami
with her husband, Si
pirman, in 1947. and they owned
and operated two hotels until
his death in I960.
Mrs. Kupperman had b en rcc-
ognized tor h tivities by
GELB
MONUMENTS INQ.
Open .Every Doy Closed Sabbath
140 S.W 57h Ave MO 1-8583
Miami's Only Strictly Jewish
Monument Dealer
Annie (Bermanl 74, of 2999 Point
Eai Dr., N.M.B. passed awaj
Tuesdaj She came here 27 years
ago from Connecticut. She was b
member of Temple Beth Shalom of
M.li. for 25 years. .\ life member of
the Jewish Home for the Aged, and
Myam Hadassah of Point Bast Sur-
vived by husband, Israel, two daugh-
ters Mrs. Renee Newman ol N M i;
and Mrs Marian Preefleld of Miami
Granddaughters, Mrs. V'alorle Bau-
man of Chicago and Miss Sandra
Preefleld of Miami. Brothers Abra-
ham Schulman of Miami, Philip and
Benjamin Sherman, both of Norwl. h,
Conn, and William Sherman of Cul-
ver City, Calif. A sister Mrs Esther
polsky of Windsor, Conn Services
were conducted by Riverside Chapel,
North Miami Beach
ad
his
used m
r address
ove.
FEINBERG
Charles Philip, 7:.'. passed away Aug-
ust 26 lit- i ame to Miami Beach
I" years ago from Detroit A nicm-
ii.-r of i-'.vam Ashler Lodge of Detroit
member of the Shiiners, past presi-
dent of Jewish Chaplains Service
of Jackson Prison Member of Tem-
ple Beth Sholom He Is survived
b) wife, Dorothy, two sons, Daniel
1' of Miami, and William M of
Co. i a Beach oni -ist.-r. Mrs Bettj
Allen ol Detroit Services and Inter-
ment at Oak Park, Mich Lo
rangementa by the Riverside Nor-
mandy Isle Chapel.
HOCHBERG
Albert, of SKI Collins Ave., passed
awaj Sunday, !!. came to l
in 1953 from N V. A N'ationa
in esldent and N V i
Amerii an Mi dlcal < 'enter ol I
i i 'olo A fi und<
of the Asiiimat I
of \ M B Mason and mi ml
Ti mp i:i s"ui i i\ ed by if.-.
;- !' i Hochberg .. son,
of Sumter, B.C.
1 ori and a slsti r Rob.
r Of N.Y.C Kunr:
hi I Tui i d ly al
'' iarx ; 1 Xont i ir, u Uh m-
terment at Mt. Ni bo C. m.
KUPPERMAN
f r. n. e, of 7921 Bast Dr \
Baj Vlllag. passed away August
26 Bhi came to South
ago from Brooklyn A life
ni. mbei of Hadassal i 'Ity of Hopi
and the Jewish Home for the Aged.
Past of South i
Bast, i II. gion ol Women's Am.
OR.T.. boi mber of the
National Women i I Ameii. ai O.R T
Jewish Fed. ratl
listed In who's vvho of Am.
Also :, |
ol Papanicolaou Cancer R.
tute. Survived by foUr brothers
an'1 1 and Samui 1 I.......,
lyn, X V Arthur of \
B. -ii: ur i f Plu hing, N i
N.Y. Servlo, held
Sunday ... in. Rlversldi A
apei with Interment m N v.
III. II.IIIM'IIH BU INI .l> ID "''""n
following buisness names and ad-
to tht has had th
ni- s -.. in addition t" thi
dress which appears with
:. i HO. .it'"'
\ La During, the thro.- years last past
th,- Transferor, so far as is known
to III.- Tr.ihst. i ee, has
other business name o
other than thai listed al
Check ne
.\ 2. Debts of ti*-' Transferor, reli -
van! to said iiu .In..-.-. III i"
In full as thej fall due as tl
suit of tins transfer Creditors
of the Transferer should file their
their claims with---------------------- at
-------------------------------, .-a ,,r before
i if the above Is used, then disregard
2a through 2d i
Check ine
8a On Transferal does not know
whether debts of the Transferor,
relevant to said business, will be
paid in tun as they fall due
(strike one) Th.- property t.- be
transferred It located at 975 S.W
8th Street, Miami. Florida and
i onslsts ..r the following:
(Hen Insere a general description i
Furniture, furnishings and
ulpment,
2b. The estimated total "f Trans-
feror's debts, relevant to
business, is unknown a sched-
ule of the property transferred
and list ..I creditors furnished bj
the Transferor may be Inapt
at Office "i Jack .1 \\. --
X44 \\ 1st Si Miami. Fla.
Cheek One
2. This transfei Is NOT to pay ex
'' i l to said busi-

lo pay th. \ -
I ih. Transferor as
follows:
To WII. >m owi.ViJ
B k of Miami (V
AMI H'NT I IP 1 iEBT
Approx. $22........
Tl i V. Hi \ ii
F Coffee SI i l/or
AMI H'NT op | lEBT
- 7 ... ....
'
-' Thi Ti ror will ri i Ive front
til. n fer<
i: B LEATHERMAN C
.'ii tiit i "oui t, D idi 'ouni). Florida
Bj P F Ul'I.DS rkAND
Di putj Clerk
i uit "ourt Si ..ii
'.i T-l.i-17-2t
on dderatlon f
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-1128
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE Estate of
SARAH I'l.ATT
Dec.
To All Cred I All Persons- Hnv-
' .urns or Demi Against Said
i.- tate:
> -.ii an hen by ni lift, 'i and re-
qulred t> pn sent claims ana
demands which \"u ma) havi against
the estate of SARAH PLATT n-
ceased late of Had. County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Had. Coun-
ty, and file the same In dupll. ate
ami as provided in Section 713 IS,
Florida Statutes, in th.u offices In
the County Courthouse In Hade Coun-
ty. Florid... within siv calendar
months from the time of th. first
publication hereof, or the same will
! barn d.
Dated al Miami. Florida, tl.
day of August, a i. 1971
DAVID I'l.ATT
As Exi cutor
First publication of this notiee on
rd das ol Si pt :'.-7I
ESSEN .V ESKEN
AM'irni yt foi I:\. ut. r
dg.
Mia in
-10-17-24
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. Tt-ssrs
(JOHN R. BLANTON1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS

BENJAMIN u .
I... .
To All ii- Persoi Has
""-' ''' i Saul
". ..a
2d.
to the Transferor on Se'.teml,.
14 1971 ai Office of J
. M* S W 1-1 St Miami,
Fla .1 the Tra
; ','".'' f\'; ,-,"",r ela,n with
JA< K J. \V1 ;i > \\ i.i
,'......'
rt-fer ,- for n-----------..Id-
. ''-'V Mis'"". Florida, this
August, 1971.
NAZAkUl MIRABAL
, Transferee
Publication of this tiotlce
"i day of September
FAi K .1 .'. I'l.-'S
ney for Transferee
MS IV st.
Miami, i- lorida
'i 71
......ii iiik : s "ii ni' ii' i
'or the trans-' Estate:
will be gl\
31st
on the
frwratV/iapel
M-mt.-r-
National FuTieral
Directors Assn.
Florida Funeral
ItfectorR Assn.
J.F.D.A.
865-2353
730 $*rntr fim ih^
EMANUEL GORDON-1946
HARRY GORDON-1964
IKE GORDON
JAMES B. GORDON
\-jordon J-unzral ome
;
Mwrm Conservative Orthodox
CALL 373-5533
'N.I,HfiEM^0^JY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-4475
(BLANTONl
[nR] Notice TO CREDITORS
SAI'I, SCHEFF
Dec.
To All redltor* and All Persons Hav.
. "' '"..... t SaTd
Vou are hereby notified and re-
"' the same will h, |,arre,|
BEATRICE S.-iii-i.-i-
STEVEN It SCHEFF
As K\, eutora
Attorneys fr BxecUtOlM
..... I.ini'oln Road
Miami Bench. Florida
__________________9/3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER
v^JT.'CTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTrr-E IS HEREBY OrVEN th.
In husiness under the fi.,.1.1... I!a|t'
of wivit ikL ,.. "< titlous name
... ii K' t,1e Clown at 841 k-u.
Florid"'1 COUr, f D^ County!
euoene8^^0^1^
S/S-io-17-24
any lalma ai
'! n
,!:\ ..' .' OIIN WAI.D-
;.,'x- I Countj
Florida, to the C. ui tj Jud|
dupll-

m ly Coin
of the first
or the sat
tl
'i i> ol August \ 11
DAISY W \l DM w
A Adn
,' '-', 5' lice oi
171
LEON A
Atl ni
Mian. Beach,
___________________ 10-17
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDAIN PROBATE '
No..71.3131
(PRIMM)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
RtJSE SIMON MITCHEL
I i' :i -, \ll Pi rsnni ii
dsAgirn"
,.!;;, '"./''""'v Judge, "i bad,
SS T......"'
"IVIXi; \ I BERT
,., As Executor
,,,.''!?!'!".;"..... "< this
J
AV
first
will
UGAl NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUnrcT^~~H
IN AND FOR DADE cnnM
'DOWLINGl
NOTICE TO CREDITS.
In RE: Estate of tHEDIT0RS
BERTHA ROSEN'MAN
Deceased
To All Creditors and All P
mg Claims or Denial," ^Ha.l
Estate: AS: ,,i
You are hereby notmrf
jired lo present any ctofi m *l
lands whieh >.. ~. .'V* *M kl
quired ..
mands which you nuu ",^.mdM
he estate ~r
do. ease
I whnh vu iiujI "'."*?
date of BERTHA l!Osp!?5l
..e,esed late of I.., \.. u',EN2*Jl|
Ida. to the County JuUgl, y; M
County, and file th- R |?M|
ate and as provided ii si f **l
IK. Florida Statut.. S2*P
n the County c..urth",. ''* o.mty. Florida, w,.., "M ln D*
Cm.ity. Florida, with,,,
"""!"" fr'"" "" i o *3
?Mcatlon hereof. ,.'' !J
I
ii.oi.tiiM irom tile
publication hi it i :.
!' harred
Dated at Miami, p
day of August, A 1
I.II I.IAX MORRIS
\s Executi \
First publication of this
-ho.r.l.lav,
FAUNCE. FINK A Fti ima'v "
I I'.'i s f,r Ex. uti |
'"-' Congress Build .
Miami. Florida
1
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF %. I
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIBr -'
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTlov
No. 71.16M9
PETITION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
In RE: the
HOHERT PARKER.
Husband
ARDEU.E PARKER.
w it.-
Ti MRS ARDELI.E PARKER
174s E 1 trill
Phoenix. Ai Ii
Vou. ARDEIXE PARKER
hereb) notified thai P.
I ilssolutlon of Mai i I
against you, and j u 'I
to -in, ., -,,v of your V -I
Pleading to the Petltl
band t attorneys, l AW DFFirggq
KNiiEI. # HALPERN, i 0 K.W. M
Avenue, suit.- l?-.;
S.113C ami file the Ahjvwi
Pleading In thi I ih. Qi
"f the 'in uit Coui I! :
xth day of i let IOTI II you I I
so judgment by del lull -|
agalnsl j u for the
in the Petition for I'
Marriage
This notice shall I
each wei k t- ir four i
in THE JEWISH Ft i iRIDIAN
DONE W'l' I IRDERE
la, this 16th ABg I
l71
K H LEA THERM \ '
Circuit Court, l I
By R M
i nutj
(Cli lilt .'. in i Si
ENOEI. S H \l.fi:i:v
i i.... v w loth Avi
Alt. i
PRELIMINARY CEH t IfiCA'E OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND
BY THE AUTHORITY OF
THE STATE OF FLO-
ro a i.i. n wiii'
ENTS SHAM COM1
V\h. I. rACK
. i:ei.i \
Bea i .
la> of June, A D
..
Hate ol
, .1 p.
f business at Mini ,
Count; }

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In tl n
'.
tlflcate of Am

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n to b.
r.
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Xo iherel re, the S.

tolni and that I i
i t.
omplli''. ....il-pp.
IN wit-
OF
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ih. SI
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this '
A "
RI. !! VRD fDICKI STO.NB
Becretan
^gp&K
not!o on
ftViCff ,'"' Bcutor
619 Dade Federal ItldK.
9/3-10-17-J4
-.-NOTICE UNDER
Dade County.Florid. rCUlt Court of
JOSH J. VILA
8/20-27 /-!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 0/ TtE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIR"1-
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORID*
NO. 71-16722
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
in RE Tl e ma I
\I'A RODRiai'EZ, '
Ni lEI. RODRiai'EZ, husband
T' \. i|;i. RI i| IRII '
105] N California
Chicago, Illinois |tt,t
VOU ARE HBRBB1 notlfWJ ^
a Diaaolutlon of Mamie nw
filed against you. and you "' \,
by required to serve f '"''\h, p'"'
answer or other plen.li'Hf ln i c-sTB"
lion OB the wife's attorney, i-r~ )(S4
H'lliERS whose address "Fll,rid
N W. 17th Avenue, WSJ*-,* tHI
3312S, and file the oriemnl ''
Clerk of the above styled ^.1
or before the th day ''' n,Pr^|
171. or a Default 'll be
asjalnst you
of
Auri*t,|
afcr.iinsi \-"u.
DATED this 31st day
mi" E. B. I^ATHKlt-MAN
Clerk of Clrruit < ""r'
By: Q. M. WOODARD
DC
(Circuit Court Seal) B/3.i.l7-


Friday. September 3, 1971
Hadassah Delegates
iReelect Mrs. Schenk
fJmisti fkridHicnin
Sam Kipnis To Open
Cultural Film Series
Page 11-3
i, the women's Zionist
fixation of America, plans to
.TV.
iIh- American Ztontau Federetion f:nwtle. 1040 Lincoln Rd.. start-
lispl'rfyed Tii- leaAi'kerved Soviet -n s''i>. H. Aiid hjg-j determined
Jewish prisoner* In strict regime ,h:" ,tl(" f'1'1 fc*Mval "ill h? a
prison camps. English nutritionist
Dr. Arnold Bender compared the
diet to that of the Nazi concen-
tration camps in content and pur-
pose. He called it "a deliberate at-
tempt at slow death
starvation."
through
I. L. Kencn. executive director
Of American Israel Public Affairs
Committee shared the platform
with Dr. Allen Pollack, professor
of history. Yeshiva University,
N'.Y.. at an afternoon plenary at
the convention.
Mrs. Max Schenk. New York
City, W is reflected as president
tor her fourth one year term. Oth-r
national officers reelected include
Mrs. Nathan D. Perlman, New
York City, treasurer; Mrs. Saul
Katz, White Plains. N.Y.. secre-
tary: Mrs. Henry Goldman. Jersej
City. N J... recording secretary.
The four
High Salpeter. Forest Hills, N.Y..
and Mrs. I Mark Zeligs, Cincinnati,
lasting in behalf oi Sovie* Jew
Rabbi Israel Miller, presfdenl oi'mw,os to
; | | .., ..>.>.> this year, ac-
Mj )U* Scliuck,fvur-
,.,iii president. The announcc-
rit was made at the group's 37th
wii national convention Ik Id in
,nd, Ohio, Aug. 22-25.
Is will be allocated as
liadassah Medical Or-
., ion, vhich operates the H*i-
a l':ii\ersity Medi.'al
,. ,. ST 0)0,000; Youth Aliyah.
rates 2(>7 children's vil-
I day centers caring for
Idren annually. $2,100.-
- ih-Israel Education
which include the coin-1
hit> college and Seligsburg-1
Comprehensive Coeduca-1
al High School in Jerusalem.!
Youth Activities for i
ir..; Judeau and Israel Work-
: ] run-. S200,0~0: Jewish
Fund, land reclamation,
.nd rladaaMh Women's
i mization of America ir.
I'nil d States, $2,517,355.
to the convention
.! two resolutions urging the
| States government "to re-1 The four vice presidents re-
i xpaiHrfOn in the Mid- elected were Mrs. Walter Brecher
Kasl and to giant generous Woodmerc, N.Y.; Mrs. Edward
assistance to maintain Lewis, Great Neck. NY.: Mrs.
v. strained by the bur-
i-i'." and the other cull-
ti|wn the United States and
. s of Christianity to ivc-
From his office at tile DuPont '
Samui 1 Kipnis is planning
and directing his series of cultural
shown at the Colony
success.
From a library of films which
cover the walls of his office, Kh>
llis nlans to show cultural and
educational films, providing peo-
ple with a "travelogue'' to any- I
"here in the world. Also on the
schedule are operas, hallets and
instrumental concerts by some oi
the greatesl artists in the world
many of whom have never ap-
peared in Miami Beach, he says.
Although the element of a gam-
ble ;> present in the undertaking.
Kipnis is hoping that parents and (
their children will he attracted to!
the Colony which will show three|
different films daily, each pro-
gram running for a week.
The i ire wi'l include films of
foreign countries depicting the
way ;' iple live, the great com-
i dies o. Laurel and Hardy an I
old musicals like "The Jolson
Story."
Admission to the Colony w:ii
be by -u1 scription cud only, Each
card will cost S50, and the 5'.'
admissions :: cntitl > the holder I
A week leng cruise to Cape Haitien, San Juan. St. Thomas
and Nassau on board the M/S Skyward of Norwegian Car-
ibbean Lines was part of a recent vacation for Bobbi Anr.
Cssip and Joan Ossip of Miami Beach. Bobbi Ann is an.
academic advisor at Miami-Dade Junior College; Joan is ar.
instructor in Dade County public schools.
Kosher Dinner Offered
By Continental Caterers
Ohio. Mrs. Reuben Bienstock. '"in be used in any wav preferred.
Southileld, Mich., and Mrs.
Knmis is putting his faith in I
those who, like him, find porno-
rraphic hooks and films displayed
; iday \ti mi ly distasteful." Peo-
-de who believe with him that "the
old movies are worthwhile" will
l'nited States docs not ican Jewish Congress, addressed find just what they arc looking
Mil-
Jerusalem ;is a "religious I ton Rothbaum, Pennsauken, N.J..
i iMed in the life of the are the new vice presidents.
-i people" and "to support a Rabbi Arthur Lelyveld. spiritual
I Jerusalem, which is. and leader of Cleveland's Fairmounl
emain, the capital of Israel." Temple and president of the Amer-
{-.' Israel militarily strong. Sen. the closing luncheon at which a
I Schwelker 'R.. Pa.i told special tribute was paid to Mr-
II idassah memhere, there could | Walter Brecher. Woodmerc, N.Y.,
other fuil scale war. Israel's [and Mrs. Everett Kalb. Flushing
tsador to the United States[N.Y., who were convention chair-
Kahin declared that "if Is-, man and cochairman.
continues to maintain its | -----
Kennel Club Begins Meet
Miami Beach Kennel Club will
launch its 102-night meeting Fri-
towards the Soviet Cnion, j dav jn jts air-conditioned and
for at his Colony Theatre Cultural
-!i with the help of the
States and if the United
- maintains its strong pos-
ean I*' a change towards
ie, and lxuhap- a whole peace
0 or 15 years."
Tii, first Israeli Arab to be a
pinot minister told the annual
lave that most Arab leaders
not think the area's problems
l>e solved by war. "Israel's
W and her ability to defend
elf have no doubt helped them
!x- more realistic." Deputy
ilth Minister Al>dul Asis Zuahi
Id
he 2.500 delegates began their
! day without breakfast
lAUIH Chapter Plans
pinrh. Fashion Show
Hi of Life Chapter. Chil-
Asthmatic Research Insti-
ll --pi; d in Denver, will ho! I
? TShip luncheon starting at
t i, Tuesday, Sept. 14, at King
nd Country Club.
Sam Magazine is chairman
ffair, which will feature a
h >n sh >w and a talk on the
of the hospital.
heated facilities at the south end
of Collins Avenue. First races are
at 8 p.m. Matinee performances
are scheduled for 26 afternoons at
1 p.m.
Happeniugs
The Dade Young Republican
Club win hold its monthly busi-
ness meeting Monday. Sept. 13,
at 8 p.m. in the Candlelight Inn.
3131 Commodore Plaza. Coconut
Grove. Featured speaker will be
Sgt. L. J. Mert/. of the Coral
Gables Police Department, whose
topic will be "Current Commun-
ity Drug Problems from the Per-
spective of the Police."
Continental Caterers of Miami
again will ofl'er its traditional,
kosher Yomtov dinners to Jewish
families from Key West to Palm
a for Rosh Hashanah.
In addition to the full-course
holiday dinner, provided on either
i take or delivery basis, Conti-
nental has an extensive ala carte
mi mi.
The kosher catering firm, head-
ed by Emery and Mim] Green, will
turn out hundreds of orders of
gefiltC fish, chopped liver, uiit/o
i halls, kreplach, stuffed derma an,I
kasha v arnishka t > accompany
such selections as hr'usket of beef.
roast chicken and stuffed cabbage.
Carrol l/immc.s, noodle and po-
tato pudding, honey and sponge
I cake and other Continental s|K'-
cialties are available for the finest
i in holiday dining.
The caterers are located at 8 -
Bird ltd. in Dade County's fast-
growing Southwest area, and will
deliver in (heater Miami.
Rehearsals Each Thursday
The Miami Beach Community
Singers, directed by Joseph Moo -
. y, will hold its reheprsals each
Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in the Mu-
sic Room of the Ida M. Fisher
Junior High School. 1424 Dre>
Ave., beginning Thursday. Sept. 9.
The group has been bringing cul-
tural music to the area since its
inception 10 years ago. Its officers
include Mollie Schulman, member-
ship chairman; Mildred Shunrei.
program chairman, and Nathan
Aucrbach, president. Proceeds of
its performances go to help sup-
port senior citizens and the chil-
dren of Israel.
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POOL PARKING
LOW SEPTEMBER and OCTOBER RATES
PHONE: 754-3942


WHO
NEEPS
f IT!
SECURITY
YOU DO!
Mr. Homeowner.
rcok-im are on the increase. Petty thievery is on the increase.
A lalouii* door or window it one major meant of gaining en-
trance to your home.
While you are away or even at home. (H you have not e*pe-
rienced a break in. ask in the district in which you live)
We hove installed hundreds of "stop thiel jalousie door guards"
in Dade County.
This is a carbon steel oriH that it instated over the jalousie enclo-
sure from the inside.
There have been no break-mt through jalousie doors where We
have installed this "Stop Thief" door guard. Security and peace
of mind con be yours for as little as $30.45 installed.
:
LAWSON INDUSTRIES INC.
7030 M.W. 37th Ct.. Ph. 696-8860


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Lindsay Ripe Olives
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Gold Medal Flour
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