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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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"Jewish Flaridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
44 Number 37
News Briefs
)L Patrols Called "Illegal"
NEW YORK (JTA) A spokesman for the Jewish Defense
I I that the JDL would go ahead with its plan to arm resi-
L. East Ftatbush section of Brooklyn, a high-crime area,
kiiti' the opposition of the Lindsay administration and the Police
I Mayor John V. Lindsay hod called the plan "vigilant-
the police made it clear that the i>atrols envisioned by the
, wen illegal
(pamled Curriculum Planned
PHILADELPHIA Philadelphia's Jewish Free University,
cli last year enrolled 235 students, is planning an expanded cur-
blum and a more broadly based student population in its second
ir beginning this month, according to Dr. Norman Adler, associate
lessor at the University of Pennsylvania and Jewish Consultant
the American Jewish Committee's Philadelphia Chapter, which
dminister the JFU. Among the new courses to be offered
< Cted Topics in the History of Jewish Music; Introduction to
Thought: The Jew and the American Labor Movement:
. Love and Marriage: You Can Have One Without the Other?:
-il Issues and Military Service; The Makings of a Jewish Count-
irtture: and a History of the Jews in the United States.
irongress Accepts Offer
NEW YORK The American Jewish Congress has accepted a
kte Department offer of a meeting to discuss Voice of America
ladcasts in Yiddish to Soviet Jews "in more detail." The meeting,
I ike place Sept. 14 at the State Department, will include VOA
iciale and representatives of the AJConference on Soviet Jewry.
tiling Facilities Expanded
NEW YORK Col. Nachum Golan, director of the Israel AH-
Center, announced that due to the increasing number of settlers
wish to go to Israel via ship, the Center has made arrango-
Inu for olim to travel to Israel aboard ships belonging to the Hal-
line in addition to the existing Greek line and El Al air
Minmoriations.
[nited Hias Service Reports
NEW YORK United Hias Service, the worldwide Jewish
"ration ajrency. assisted 6,.'!T7 men, women anil children last year
eave Eastern Europe, the Middle East, North Africa and Cuba
to be resettled In the United States and other free Western
intrles, Gaynor I. Jacobson, the agency's executive vice president,
. In his 1970 annual report.
Mstoms Officials Return To Work
JERUSALEM iWNS> Striking Israeli customs officers who
in the bridges that cross into Jordan returned to work in face of
.its that they would be tried in military courts for refusing to
by orders. The 26 are civilians under the authority of the military
sunander, Brig. Gen. Raphael Wardi, who originally warned them
inst walking out like their colleagues. When they disobeyed, he
them sentenced to various terms in prison, which were sus-
pded when they went back to work.
eningrad Defendant's Parents Beaten
TEL AVIV (WNS> According to reports reaching here,
she Mandelowitz and his wife, parents of a Leningrad trial victim,
Te beaten up in their Riga apartment by a Russian neighbor,
(eir daughter stopped the fight by calling the police who only
Jt'fly detained the neighbor. Mandelowitz was hospitalized; his wife
turned home after treatment.
Ixon Asked To Deny License
Harold B. Light, vice chairman of the National Union of Coun-
for Soviet Jews, last week sent President Nixon the following
.gram: "Please deny export license to Mack Truck to build the
Fid's largest truck plant in Russia. Soviet Jews are being im-
oned, sent to insane asylums, for requesting their legal rights to
p'ate. The lives of 3Va million Jews are at stake. Would you
"l> Nazi Germany this way if this were 1938?" And Sen. George
(Govern, who declared on an ABC-TV show that if the Soviets
|nt to buy Mack Trucks, we should sell them trucks made by
lerican labor, suggested that Americans should write cards to
ksident Nixon before he signs the authorization.
[S. Jews To Adopt Russian Families
NEW YORK (WNS)The Research Institute for Soviet Jewry
111 launch a campaign to get the American Jewish community to
V"l't" 80,000 Russian Jewish families ami pay for their resettle-
Pnt in Israel, according to Morris Brafman, chairman of the Na-
kal Conference of Jewish Communities on Soviet Jewry.
Miami, Florida Friday, September 10. 1971
Price 20 c
Three-Pronged Attack Is
Expected In U.N. Session
UNITED NATIONS. New
York I WNS i Israel is taking
diplomatic measures in face of
a three-pronged attack on
East Jerusalem, on the Golan
Heights, and on the other admin-
isi. red territories expected
at the United Nations this month.
Though a formal request for a
Security Council Session did not
come from .Ionian when it was
expected, ISraSli st^ps are based
on the Hssumption that a Secur-
ity Council debate on East Jeru-
salem is unavoidable.
Despite warnings from Israeli
diplomats here that a debate
might endanger negotiations on
Middle East peace proposals,
Airport Paralyzed
By Wildcat Strike
TEL AVIV (JTAI Lydda
Airport was paralyzed by a sud-
den strike of 800 civil aviation
workers Monday when the em-
ployees left their jobs without
warning to protest alleged red
tape in meeting their wage de-
mands. Incoming flights were di-
verted to airfields in other coun-
tries and planes ready to take
off discharged their passengers.
El Al ordered its planes at for-
eign airports not to take off
for Israel until the strike ends,
and has instructed all passeng-
ers not to come to Lydda until
further notice. The strikers said
they would handle emergency
landings and military planes.
The wildcat strike at Lydda
exacebated the situation caused
by the continuing strike of cus-
toms officials which has halted
all cargo movements at the air-
port and on the docks f Ashdod.
The customs officers manned
their posts only to check pas-
senger luggage for explosives,
while goods overflowed the ware-
houses at Lydda and Ashdod;
some was piled outside.
Eban Warns That
Hostilities Could
Break Out Again
JERUSALEM (WNS) For-
eign Minister Abba Eban warn-
ed Sunday night in a television
interview that hostilities in the
Middle East may break out again
if the Arabs are encouraged by
continued U.S. failure to supply
Phantom fighter aircraft to Is-
rael and if the Arabs thought
the military balance had shifted
sufficiently in their favor.
Commenting on U.S. Secretary
of State William Rogers' state-
ment that an effort would be
made to reach an agreement on
re-opening the Suez Canal by
the end of the year. Mr. Eban
said that a four month deadline
does net suggest that the U.S.
intends to exert pressure on
Israel.
He also rejected a suggestion
by National Religious Party lead-
er Itzhak Raphael that Israel
boycott a U.N. Security Council
session on Jerusalem. He stated
that such a course would exag-
gerate the importance of the
U.N. as a body to impose deci-
sions.
the United States has been work-
ing "very closely" with Jordan
to formulate a resolution con-
demning Israel's East Jerusalem
policies. Originally the two coun-
tries cooperated to limit the Se-
curity Council debate to East
Jerusalem and avoid discussing
the whole range of Middle East
problems. Then diplomatic ef-
forts widened to include writing
a compromise resolution censur-
Continued on Page 15-A
Edward J. Bloustein, (left) newly appointed presi-
dent of Rutgers University, Mrs. Max Schenk, na-
tional president of Hadassah, and General Aharon
Yaiiv, Chief of Intelligence, Israel Defense Forces,
chat at a banquet during Hadassah's recent 57th
annual convention in Cleveland, Ohio. The 2,500
delegates reelected Mrs. Schenk for her fourth
one-year term as president
Luck Saves 2 Planes
From Sabotage Tries
TEL AVIV (WNS) Romanced by boys they did not know,
two girls last week unwittingly took explosive-filled suitcases
aboard their El Al flights. By sheer luck for the passengers and
crew, the activating devices in each instance failed to function.
Thr statements issued by the airline left many of the details
fuzzy, but an international investigation was known to be under-
way.
I
In one instance, a Dutch girl met a "beatnik," or "hippie" at
a travel agency; he began to romance her when he found out
that she planned to go to Israel. He proposed marriage and they
planned to leave for Israel together. At the last minute, however, j
the young man said he could not make the plane and asked the
girl to take a suitcase for him so that he could save overweight
charges. The girl related this story to an Israeli fellow passenger,
and the two of them turned the suitcase over to the Israeli
authorities when the plane landed at Lydda
The Peruvian girl who unwittingly brought the other dan-
gerous cargo aboard another plane told authorities a similar
story. She said that a boy who befriended her had managed to
exchange suitcases with her on the way to the airport. When the
bag was opened it was found to contain explosives also.
Authorities, who have the girls in custody jK'nding a complete
investigation, say that they are in all likelihood innocent, as they
would not knowingly have taken explosives aboard their own
plane.
In a separate, unrelated incident last week, a girl brought a
toy gun secreted inside a cake aboard an El Al plane in London.
The gimmick is said to have been a test of recently-tightened
Israeli security measures arranged by the Popular Front for the
Liberation of Palestine, a group which hijacked and blew up three
airplanes a year ago.
Airports all over Europe have been alerted against possible
new salwtage attempts, and El Al announced that it would insti-
tute more strict security measures. Both governments and avia-
tion authorities have been warned by international intelligence
agencies to expect renewed sabotage activity.
".,:.:'':.


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vJenist lUridlam
Friday. September
Photos By Kantor To
Be Art Show Feature
Rabbi Philip Fried
Assumes New Post
Rabbi Philip Pried assumed his
duties as spiritual l*ider ol the
North Baj Village Jewish Center
A s|)ocia! "Jerusalem of Gold" and Mrs. Charles Pachter. Mr. and .t uv,.k' lt was annoui
art show featuring photographs by'.Mis. Kenneth J. Schwartz, and Mr.
Ronald Richard Kantor will b.> (and Mrs. Louis Stair,
h id Sunday beginning ;it 2 p.m.,| Chairmen representing the vari-
in the Washington Federal Savings|ous
A Loan Association's North Dade
Branch. 633 NE 167th St.. North
Miami Beach.
The affair is being sponsored by
the Greater Miami Jewish Pedera-
1 >n. in appreciation of its many
volunteer a'orln ra who ; urti tipatet'
in t!le 1071 Combined Jewish Aw-
peal'Israel Emergency Fund cam-
paign. Washington Federal is host-
ing the function, which will fea-
ture a 2 p.m. cocktail party, and
, I p.m. wands presentation.
i: i ;; e!. a native ol Jeru-
salem, received his education in
buildings in North Hade at I the yashivot there before enrolling
this oooasion ere, Max Skopit, Leon I in Grat2 College, Philadelphia,
Yudoff, Maurice L. Newman, Her-(where he obtained his degree in
iK'rt Levine, Irving Feldman, San.- Education. A member of the RCA
uel Schwartz, Hemian Zimmer- be was ordained at the Yavnch The-
man. Jack Ziegelheim. Raymond ologk narj ol America.
Herman. Mr. and Mrs. William S ^ M|am| ,. ,,
Robinson, Sidney Posner. Mom* R;lkll; Kn^,,:vH s,,vm|e-,,.
Schneiderman. Arthur A. Ury and
Louia Katzman.
The campaign coordinator North
Dade Women's Division, Mrs. Ger-
ald Nathanson, and Mrs. Rose
Miller of the Women's Division
will also be present.
Ner Tamid Announces Final
The first Miami showing ol
K in tor's "Jerusalem of Gold" is a
limited edition series of religious ... e u:U Ul rinwc
photographs rendered in a special I rims For MIC HOiy Ways
bromide process. Mr. Kantor, an I
ii i. national photographer and
lecturer, will also exhibit selections
from "The Face Oi" Israel-Portrait
Ol My Love."
gations, including the Dalton, Ga..
Jewish community and Temple
Betn Zion, Liikewood, CVilil.. where
he was president of the Greater
Long Beach Board of Rabbis. He
is a Mason, a Jewish War Veteran.
and a momlier of B'nai B'rith.
Rabbi Fried and his wife, Sounia,
arc the parents of tour children.
Two of their offspring are resi-
Kinal plans for the High Holy dents of California; the other two
Don Shoemaker Speaking At 1500 Men's Club
At the 1500 Men's Club's o|>cn- Kmanuel Merit/. prrsuuTT
ing meeting of the season Sunday, club, wi.l greet new mema,*,
Miami Herald Editor Don Shot-- eluding M. Dank. D. km,,
maker will speak on "Middle Fast Krimsky. I. Petrofsky, C h i
1971'' after the 9 a.m. breakfast por, Jr.. J. W< Iner and K-.,,'
in the Morton Towers Restaurant, man. and present tV s-^nker
According to Joseph Golden.
North Dade Division area cbair-
n.an of the 1971 CJA-IEF cam-
i a. the various temples, syna-
l igUSS, and building complexes will
be represented at the North Dade
Division awards day. Dr. Max A
Llpsdhitz of Beth Torah Congrega-
1 m is honorary chairman of the
North Dade area. Mrs. Adolph J.
Bergtr is serving as North Dade
B en hoard chairman of the Fed-
eration's Women's Division.
Other temples representatives
include Rabbi Milton Schlinsky,
Adath Y shurun: Rabbi Charles M
RUbel, B*aal Raphael; Rabbi Jo-
seph A. Ciorfinkel. Both Moshe;
Rabbi Jonah E. Caolan, Sky Lake J
Svnagoguo: Rabbi Ralph P. Kini;s-
\' y, Temple Sinai, and Rabbi
Naftali PorUSh, Young Israel.
The temple chairmen expected
to attend are Mr. and Mi's. Adolph
J Herder, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ieff,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ncidorf. Mr.
Days have been announced by
Charles Goldstein, president ot
Temple Ner Tamid.
Auxiliary services will once
igain be conducted by Rabbi Mel-
vin Glazer and Cantor Hymari
Fein in the temple's Sklar Audi-
torium. Both the Rabbi and Can-
tor have served Temple Net- Tamid
in this capacity for the past five
years, in order to accommodate
the overflow crowds.
will soon return from a summer of
study in Israel.
L Shona Tova
More than ever before Israel
needs your help. Strengthen
the State of Israelgive to
the UJA and buy
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Idav. September 10, 1971
*Jenisii norioHan
Page &A
Hebrew Academy Holds
Installation Banquet
ol
if iiu' Gn r Miami H -
Rosen, Bay Harbor U- Fruchtman, Archie Greenberg,
i '":"' G inshor, Charles Kalh
[uili nika irtJiea.fcS'chairman
S imuol R Inhard oi Miami Be iqh
will be installed as senior vice
lent. He is Florida state eh lir-
man of the American R
id for Israel.
Vice presidents to be Installed
include Joseph Cohen, Milton K ihn,
Kimmel, Hyman Kolko,
Oscar Mamber, Daniel Metrick,
Jack s. Popick, Jacob Rifkin and
Judge Herbert S. Sha]
i
p.
LEONARD ROSIN
Academy at its annual instal-
I dinner in the Deauvillc Ho-
S by night.
i>:30 p.m. banquet also will
|k the installation of the He-
Ac [demy Women by Rabbi
under S. Gross, principal of
South'! largest Hebrew day
lol.
Ing Firtel will be sworn in as
liiii'iit of the Hebrew Academy
Mrs. Leonard Ad'.or will bc-
- lcond term as president of
[Hebrew Aondemy Women. Dr.
lg I^'hrman will speak at the
r, with B. I. Binder serving
ianquet ehaimwn and toast-
It. T.
ior officers to take office in*
( |-car B. Schapiro. associate
|rman of the board; Herman L,
chairman of the executive
ttee, and Mr. Binder, asso-
irman of the executive
I ttee and honorary life
\
.. Merwitzer, who has served
i -id< ni tor nine years, will be
[ I as an honorary life presi-
ilong with Harry Genet and
David S. Andron. Honorary
presidents to be installed in-
MorriS Bionenfild, Jacob C.
[Mi Nathan Darsky. Charles
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tary; Moses urundwerg, assistant
corrcsiwndinR secretary.
Sunday's dinner is open to the
public; reservations may be made
at the Hebrew Academy office.
J400 Pine Tree Dr.
ADL Launches Its
Membership Drive
George J. Talalnoff, state chair-
man for the Florida Chapter of
The So Fellows of the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nal B'rith,
the launching ol
- iciety's state-wide member-
ship c
of the campaign was the annual
Society's ..I Fellows breakf isl dur-
iiii: AD1 s n cent summer work-
shop in Tampa.
The S letj ol Fellows is a lead-
ii iup v hose meml
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events in the interest of the Anti-
Defamation League and attend
ADL conferences and special pro-
grams in the United States and
abroad.
Operating with the authoriz
of the Multiple Appeals Committee
of the Gr< iter Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, the Society of Fellows cam-
paign in Dade County will culmi-
nate with its third annual dinner
in the Eden Roc Hotel on Satur-
day. Now 13.
New 1971-1972 Hebrew Almanac Now Available
The new 1971-1972 (5732) He-
brew Almanac (Luach) issued by
the W'ilno Kosher Sausage Co. has
a number of important and inter-
esting features. The pocket-size
book contains the entire year's
calendar in English and Hebrew,
the Friday candlelightin^ times in
ii. Central and Pacific time
zones adjusted for Daylight Sav-
ing Time. ;iil the holidays and fast
days, permissible wedding
important prayers in English and
Hebrew and both the American
and Israeli national a.'iiln ,
This new almanac, which is now
I available to the readers of 1
Jewish Floridian absolutely free,
may be obtained by writing to :
Jewish Floridian. P.O. Box .
-Miami. Fla. 33101 and i
a copy. Be sure to include ; c
name, address and zip c
Prof. Charles To Speak
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PHdoy. September 10,
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Friday, September 10, 1971
Volume 44
20 ELUL 5731
Number 37
Money Should Flow More Readily
The wage-price freeze may provide more confidence
in the economy than has been evident for many months
and give a boost to lagging Combined Jewish Appeal col-
lections that threatens curtailment of many vital programs
both in Israel and here.
V/ith two-thirds of the year nearly past, it is reported
nationally that less than half of the cash needed to main-
tain the Israel and other overseas programs has been
collected. The obvious result is that many vital programs
will have to be cut back, including the relocation of the
continuing flow of refugees from the Soviet Union.
Needless to say, we join with local and national lead-
ers in urging contributors not to wait to fulfill their pledges.
In the brackets where it counts, the new economic program
seems to have had a salutary effect so that money should
flow more readily.
We See No Significant Change
There is nothing unusual in our State Department hav-
ing condemned Moshe Dayan for what it termed a bel-
ligerent speech, remaining silent when the leaders of the
new Arab Federation issued a statement that they would
net negotiate nor recogn^e Israel and, were in fact de-
termined to destroy it.
That a spokesmen .' nally issued a mild
's a point we have been making for some time: that
unless constant pressure is maintained by Je .ders
the State Department will fellow what seems to be its
nation in taking anti-Israel positions. This has I
kisto; veral decades and we see no s g
change in attitude ( of Ame:
presidents and legislators.
The lesson must continue to be taught that nations
have no morality in dealings with others and any one who
believes otherwise may wake up some morning to tragic
consequences.
Problems Are Misrepresented
The Synagogue Council of America has taken a
strong stand on the question of Jerusalem which should
earn the support not only of Jews but these oi other reli-
gions affiliation who have any respect for truth, as con-
trasted with propaganda.
One expects the Arab and Moslem nations to r-MS-
repiesent the situation that exists in the Holy CUy. That
Christian leaders are part of the group which ignores
facts, or distorts history, is not unexpected in come cases
but not to be ignored in others. For instance, on= of th"
charges leveled against Israeli control is that the Chris-
tian population of Jerusalem has dropped drastically. True
as far as it goes, but the whole truth is that between 1949
and 1967, when the Old City was under Jordanian rule
the population loss was close to 15,000 while since the
Six-Day War and Israeli control there has been a rise
albeit slight.
The concern both Catholic and Protestant leaders now
show for internationalization of Jerusalem would come in
better taste had that concern been in evidence between
1949 and 1967, but the record is bare of any public state-
ment by these leaders nor were their voices raised ovr-
the desecration of Jewish shrines during those years.
Jerusalem has a special hold on Islam and Christianity.
as well as Judaism, and its sacredness is being resp
from all accounts. But as the Synagogue Council has said
in its statement acknowledging the problems, "The mis-
representation and exaageration of such problems is
greatly damaging to both truth and love. It serves neither
the developing interreligious dialogue nor the pea,
Jerusalem."
||<*J iiH I 1 fir.HiM.
MATTER OF FACT
bv JOSEPH AISOP
W ON In
19 I
his 5 to I

IX THE
rial i
' '
. cder.ts.
COMMENT
[ still
ONE GETS us
'times is
i ved New I
in_-^ i time, as

i dnst tin
this
.
gourci v .
this kii
i h.
Pirn i. of i
it is
that
i with
. itions
b make no i ,i
: >; I
THI BE is little question in
my mind that much ol thi
!:l'u >m Jews,
wa persist in n
"i lib
n and persist in
' ; I Heals have never
lit
1 ':,pk* n Jewish i
i from Marx on down, even th
Jewish ; tion In Ui
si movements I
tor well over a hui
and th.. State of Israel was
,H"U u" many ol tl
i ciples.
I don't propo
I this now, only to n
rleir. I
1 Picture and 1
i

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ONE ( son

not have
Israel I q
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rn
h ipportive |
:|"- for Israel, and other
1 '
HI RE, !\ \; ,,, ,,, ;.-
ted
:i of Israel x :
and
> I the American Society of
long ago,
"('"> any ; >ya] :-, eddm-1 i
''in '" lous days
Russia kin nance!
tat ad] a
landing it the threshhoid of
'"' Su Canal with her MlGs
''' sent A
" ~ it that we withdraw
'"" '' irope .
out then
by hi n
rtlon sinee it
mak< lint for me an
in "Ideas." the c
I, Viet
>" cone foi-
-<' UfDfbi-.ni I
i nonsensical talk
by i I
Pr : a
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trOOps at
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kltOWli '. : -
wi n ted I
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tervene
yond the emp
order to cat |
foreign i
BOTH HXXE9
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broken, at k>i
gerous M d I
Kremlin sent So
:; tStile 1
I Tin':-
\ ry recently, I
grantly s;v >
The numero
gether face I a
Continoad on Dag*8
by
EDWARD CCr
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:
Id ai
the M

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win find ours
midst of a S
"In the '
simply a matl
i h il."
AS I BEE
Sen. Jackson
and manj "
buying. The qi
.ik is wheth r
with loo mi:
moment may bi
to Amer
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+Jmi & fkridiair.
Friday, September
10 *S
Greeting Card Campaign
Begins In South Florida
Special Reduced Rate Memberships Made Available
9 ye n 1" tend
nj*tards to S >\ iel > wh'
publicly declared their de-
to leave the Soviet Union be-
,.. md Br w-
Brd count -
S nc its incepti n two years
the campai n h is
ol the most significant foi "
protest i can
n behalf ol Sov iet Jewry.
".,,-. Yanich, dir tor of the
. n M ni. .vho initiated
card ca i
; [id: "Last P ss
all i million cards were dis-
oughout the world.
i .. tely wanted :
h the fighting Jews
in the S o nd we wen
fortu i ;-li to be able to
give them the opportunity to do
II is hoped that .it least one
million cards will l>c distributed
before this Rosh Hashanah featt-
s completed.
iferid I-ohrman. acting chairman
of tin' American Jewish C >ngn ss
South Elorida Con!'. laaiel
Jewry, lias receive i a letter from
Albert Mikhailashvili, one ol tht
famous 18 Georgian Jews, calling
the c < '' "b holy project."
In h:< letter to Mr. Leh
Mr. Mikh llashi Hi wrol from Is-
rael: "You and your friends arc
. i on the ide i ol
sending N< w Ye it's c irds to S >-
vjet J i\ X iu >. nn >t I nagine in
: -: dreams how much
. : si : ort it gave us,
ularlj in Georgia, to thai
leans cared for us in our
h mrs of danger. 1 tell you, my
Mend, In all honesty, it was
,mis a holj enterprise."
Mr. Mikhailashvili. who was one
of those Jews who last year was
on the lisi of names which were
distributed with the cards, Is now
in Israel.
Cards may be obtained by writ-
ing to Cards. P.O. Box 103i, North
Miami, Florida 33161 or by tele-
phoning the American Jewish Con-
cress office.
i Cohi n Syr i ogue ol
Miami Beach is offering memb r-
ships ai half the usual dues struc-
ture i seni ir citl
to R. obi Tibor H. Stern. > >
i
are aVi liable, with High Holy Days
seats included In th I rate
ing, he s lid.
Rabbi Stern, who called -
Business Meeting Sel
The Bal-Bay S irl l*i il Wom-
an's I '
, : R [nsl II hoi
its first '' ,lv
. SOI :
I! itel, 1343 i A.
- will follow thi
ing. R sei
eeptc 1 bj R se Koi
religious denominations to follow
nt Nix it I In his '"'-
cently-announced economic policy,
called a tre< zc on lalaiieo ol .:;
personnel employed by synagogues
and churches and a corresponding
.., memberflh p due^ and
.i ol religious books and ar
I thai free meiriber-
.....Xtended to all Vietnam
war veterans and reduced mem-
bershins for si nior citizens be in-
troduo d

Rabbi Stern getWft...
.i.:ti.;,ll..,,
keep col 1
gtous
,*itirt h.dp
]
and >
rabbis to in
industry '
sh*re pn nee j^
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NOW APPEARING: JOHNNY MILANESE
and The INTERLUDES from 9:30 P.M.
NO COVER. NO MINIMUM
If you're rich
and beautiful,
why aren't we
having an affair?
It could be the perfect affair. And it should be. Alter all. we're
talking; about the most important moments in your life. Your
daughter's wedding. Your son's confirmation. The one big party
of the season.
At times like these, you deserve the Eden Roc. The figures
may come to a little more, but would you really settle tor any-
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f, Septembei 111, 197.'.
fjfwisti IfkridHan
Paqe 7-A
[eiliple Israel's 'Religious Kibhlllz Revivim Site Of Conclave
"^ A C ll] to Jewish VOIIth in Ici n..l lh.. .t.. ,.r !,! nun1! ....
hool For All Ages' Opens
H
Lpie Israel of Grater Miami's
ous School for all ages
| ram three to 83 he-
tiis weekend with an ex-
it 1 opening attendance of more
i i 00. Only tho seventh ami
graders, who begin their
L,. month wookond the follow-
kreek, will be missing (mm the
i! scene.
i xpcrlmental junior high
under wajr Friday night with
[>rship service in Gumenick
irrrl an Oimj Shabbat for
graders who return to the
for a full day of Sabbath
in I cultural acti\ ity the
is morning.
indav morning youngsters
sixth grade, the senior
.iitment and adult semi-
scheduled to begin. For
whether or not they
tered for the annual
lc' Adult Institute lecture
- "ininars will !> C0B>
\ two University of Miami
irs, Dr. Ronald Newman.
d a '' '^ seminar on "Jew-
ntity in Jewish Fiction,"
with the relevance to mod-
ish life of short stories by
mi Jews. At 10:45 a.m.. Dr
Sidney FSesvinick will be the In-
structor In a class on "Basic
Judaism," touching on Biblical
historical, ritual and theological
meanings In Judaism.
For the first time at Temple
Israel, a Sunday morning nursery
with a skilled nursery teacher and
a Jewish-oriented program for
children ages three and four has
been instituted.
A 75-person religious school
Staff iif teachers and specialists
made final preparations for the
opening at a weekend retreat last
week.
ai
I
rjptration Open For
ill \m Primary School
Herbert M. Baumgard an>
. th ii n in is now
, remple Beth A-m's Pri-
|, an ex] Re-
d e lucation, v.ith
limited to 2} stud
1m iry sch k>1 progi im,
| ipe vis! in of Mrs. Sim i
pr, dir.'dor of I" '!h Ain's
garten, includes a
i y class, grades one
| i three, tatfgrfl by Mrs*. Ceil
n. and an intermediate bloc
grades three through five,
it by Mrs. Lenore Kipper.
-- VETERANS -:-
IJOIN FLORIDA'S OLDEST
JEWISH WAR VETS POST
iNORMAN BRUCE BROWN
NO. 174
FOR INFORMATION
JALL 274-0887 or 261-1948
&:
(Firs
WORTH
A
PARTY...
irs WORTH
DOING RIGHT.
. .and nihtA you hat yur
special occjsion party at
the Mwitnartri Hotel it
will be not only n|tit, but
ported, ani you'll haw.
tkt rtputalion ol b perfect Mstesi1 Delect!
kit looOi strvtt) hi ele
tint lurrouooinn Service
leminiscent ot a IntnK
builer n atmotphaa M
luivnous as that of 1 Cor
onition lall. And you'll
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orry "> tkt woiut. bo-
caoit your party is at tht
IT)OipARTRE
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"in ti i :hiiiii katja
Ul luck

A eaU t,i Jewish youth In Israel
; md abroad to particip tte in the
[development of the Megev was
made al the annual onference of
the Teachers Council lor the Ke -en
jKayemeth held at Kibbutz Revivim.
The young people were invited to
join in this vital undertaking by
establishing new settlements in
the area and helping to raise funds
to make these villages possible.
Among the projects for which
the help of the youngsters was
asked was the 25 kilometer road
'currently being cut by the KKL
connecting the settlements of
Revivim. Sede Boker and Mash-
'abbe Sadeh. The convention was
under the chairmanship of Dr. B.
Ren Yehuda, head of the Teachers
Council, with the participation of
Mr. Klie/er ArgOV of the KKI.
Executive and teachers in Israel.
Kibbutz Revivim was chosen as
Tormenting Rectal Itch
Of Hemorrhoidal Tissues
Promptly Relieved
In many cases Preparation H
gives prompt, temporary relief
from such pain and itching
and actually helps shrink
swelling of hemorrhoidal tis-
sues caused by inflammation.
Tests by doctors on hun-
dreds of patients showed this
to be true in many cases. In
fact, many doctors, them-
selves, use Preparation HP or
recommend it for their fam-
ilies. Preparation H ointment
or suppositories.
ihe site of titis year's convention
to mar!; the 28th anniversary of
the establishment of the first three
Jewish settlements in the \'e ;.\
iRivivim, Gevulot and Bet Eshe ,
by the Keren Kayeineth and t
25th anniversary of the fowidit ;
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Temple
Menorah
introduces the
"TryaTemple"
Service.
Introducing a refreshing new experience for people who only
gotoShul 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 TemDle Menorah.
We'd like a chance to show you, if you're not affiliated.
You're invited to "Try a Temple" Service.
Temple Menorah
75th Street and Dickens Avenue, Miami Beach.
September 10th, 8:00 p.m.


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vJcnlsti ftoridSar)
$5 Million Pledged By
Rothschild Foundation
The Yad Avi Hayishu (Roths
child Foundation! has pledg d $5
million to Jerusalem's new Sha ire
Zedck Community Medical Oenti r,
it has been announced.
In making this contribution, the
Rothschild familv has no-noti' 'tor?
[ tz/flsop
\ Continued From Page 4-A
facts. Yet the facts are very
clear.
'io begin with, the real or-
ganizer of the abortive coup is
now well known to have bren
Abdul Khalok Mahjoub, the of-
ficial leader of the Sudanese
Communist Party. He has been
hiding for a long time in the
Bulgarian embassy. (This is al-
most like saying he had been
hiding in the Texas embassy,
in American terms". When the
time came when Mahjoub got
the needed orders he slipped
out to set the wheels of the coup
in motion.
THE OPEN' coup participants
were young Communist military
officers led by Maj. Hasheni
Mohammed el Atta. Their main
success was encircling the pre-
vious, and present head of the
Sudanese government. Gen.
Jaafar Mohammed Numeiri, in
one of tln> government buildings
in Khartoum. As soon as this
success was achieved, Soviet Am-
bassador Nikoleyev hastened to
call upon Major Atta and the
other coup leaders, no doubt to
congratulate and confabulate.
The leading Soviet role in
these events has more recently
been spelled out with groat clar-
ity, even brutality, in an inter-
view given to a British corre-
spondent by Gen. Numeiri. Even
more impressive, however, is the
clear evidence of the reaction
of the Sudan's neighbors, who
would have had a new problem
on their hands with a loyal
Communist government in Khar-
toum.
The neighbors' reaction was
most openly shown when the
Khartoum coup-leaders called
their intended future heads of
government. I.t. Col. Babakr al
Nour and Maj. Farouk, back
from exile-refuge in London. At
the strong urging of Egypt's
President Anwar Sadat, the
Libyan boss, Muammar Gadaffi,
forced the BOAC plane bearing
these men to land; and he then
took both off the plane by force.
THIS WAS just what was
needed to spark a countorcoup
in Khartoum. The encirclement
of Gen. Numeiri was broken by
Sudanese army tank officers
loyal to the head of state. The
coup leaders were rounded up.
By now most of the Sudanese
Communist bosses have been exe-
cuted to the tune of unprece-
dented roars of rage from the
Kremlin.
It is easy to see why the
Kremlin wanted to nail down
Khartoum with a heavy hammer.
The Soviet-Egyptian treaty can-
not conceal the (act that the
Kremlin has lately lost just
about all its important friends
in Cairo. With the Soviet Red
Sea base at Port Sudan at stake,
a heavy hammer no doubt seem-
ed in order in Khartoum. For-
tunately, the hammer went
wrong.
Nonetheless, al! sensible men
ought to sit up and take notice
and even worry a good deal
when a giant power begins to
show such drastic behavioral
changes.
fRfE ESTIMATES.
BILL'S ROOFING
ALL TYPES OF ROOFING
Cutter* Sol !- R#- Roof inf
Repalra/ShlngUa
Tll/Flat/Bamt
Phono 7929 N.E. I.t Avo.
754-2618 Miami Florida 33138
ts historic link with the hospital.
j which dates back to 1873, when
B iron Wolf Rothschild of
Frankfurt, Germany, presented the
family's first donation t i the Euro-
| pean Founding Committee of Jeru-
salem's Shaare Zedek Hospital.
The hospital, which has served
. the inhabitants of the Holy City
for over seven decades, is now con-
structing its new Medical Center
on a 14-acre site in Beth Hakerm.
opposite Mount Herzl in Jerusalem,
at a cost of some S18 million
Facilities in the new center will
include an eight story structure
to accommodate some 500 patients.
a nursing education center, teach-
ing facilities for the instruction of
medicwl students, research facili-
ties and a total comprehensive hos-
pital program.
Beber Statement
Deplores End Of
Airlift from Cuba
p,-. ch les Beber, president of
the Gi Miami Chap! t ol
Amei
m, the An Tic m Jew sh
Jewish Committee, has
statement deploring the ending of
the Cuban airlift,
"It is contrary to all h
principles to prevent fre > m
tion of peoples." Dr. Beb r sai I
-It is an added cr letty to arbitrar-
ily separate ..inrlies. The Cuban
families among us have made a
significant contribution to our
community."
Dr. Beber. who drew a similar-
ity between the plight of Soviet
Jewry and the Cuban refugees who
face the same repressive meas-
ures, urged that we make known
to President Nixon and Secretary
of State Rogers and other public
officials o'ir conviction that Fidel
Castro's bin should be lifted
Yiddish Cultural Corner
Program attne Sfiddtoh Cultural
[uesdas from
10-12 a.m. al the Con munitj C li-
ter's "Friendship Corner No I"
Friday, September 10, 1971
(80th St., and Oolttna Ave.i win"
ineludi a by Mollie \.
i milled Sfiddish,
- -.;." by Dora Mei*
-. I. cti ns by J. i;
Harry Kaminer will preside.
TRADITION is
BETH DAVID
MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION
ENTERING OUR 60th YEAR
2625 S.W. 3rd Avenue 7500 S.W. 120th Street
Membership Now Available Call 854-3911
OUR HIGH HOLY DAY WISHES FOR YOU
MAY YOUR YEARS BE RICH
AND YOUR LIVES PURPOSEFUL
Selichot Services Midnight, Saturday, September 11
Preceded by a Social Hour, Starting at 10 P.M.
Entire Community Is Invited and Welcomed
RABBI SOL LANDAU
CANTOR WILLIAM LIPSON
Or Hmtllefi
Re. '*>ti:n f j-ocm. Cir:oi
TEMPLE ZAMORA
The Friendliest Synagogue In Town
44 Zamora Avenue, Coral Gables, Fla.
proudly announces that it is. accepting a limited
number ol applications lor membership
Hebrew School Registration open now Transportation ir
available Reservations for High Holy Days token now.
Daily Minyon morning ond evening
SELICHOS SERVICES AT MIGNIGHT, SAT SEPT. 1 1 WILL
BE PRECEDED BY A SOCIAL HOUR STARTING AT JO
PM EVERYONE IS INVITED AND WELCOME.
C0MG VISIT COMtCJOIH
FOR DETAILED INFORMATION COME INTO THE OFFICE
OR
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Temple Sinai To Hold Daily Scrviw />r* Lo"is Schwar**m To Be Honored Se,,t. 26
A runinr mm,......._ '" 11r- Lotus Schwarfzmnn ,. ;il u, I.........c .i._ ...... .. _. i
a daily wonhj u" ,ho Introduction of
Mng.ley has a,;,..,,: "u ""Ration's Rabbi Ralph P,
- i^ZeVSMH^\throUghl,,U^
Hebrew classes. "I, !J j', "'' e;,il : ** daily-ftkl^wel,
-.hip on a day other than the Sabbath," Rabo! 33J3S
"Our young people will themselves share in the conduct of
the somce.' saul Richard Siegel. Temple Slnaia new edStona
director. Support of the project TO, promised by ",' ^'
speaking as president of Temple Sinai's Brotherhood.
________:____________________,
Freeze's Effect On Israel
Topic Of Litvak's Report
Louis Schwartzman will be tors of the Bureau ot Jewish Edu-
.", ; '^i1>,'i;s"! ":" cation" Tl1' funct," l" scheduled
, ittes of South V torida i a Can- room of Temple Emanu-El.
/';' N; /"''---'I luncheon Dl, Schwartzman recently an-
s M.ns.vd In. ,h0 h,,,,.,! of rtwJnounco.l hjs reslKnation {mm the
Burea i and accept ance of -
lar po-,iii;>n in Si. Louis. R
'ions m iy be made at the Bu
new offices in th Greater
Few'sh Federation building,
no Blvd.
A report on the effect of Pres-
ident Nixon's new economic policy
on Israel will be presented to the
MKHAtl IfiVAK
rrthbLs of Creater Miami by Michael
Litvak. director of the Israel Bond
Organization, following his return
from a hriertng by Ambassador
Yitzhak Rabin in Washington DC.
Tiie occasion will lx the first
meeting of the South Florida Ral>-
binic CiJiinct for Israel Bonds at
a luncheon Tuesday in the Cham-
pagne Room of the Font lineblem
Hotel. The rabbis, representing
all the major synagogues and I
pies of the area, "ill discuss plans
for an intensified fall campaign to
help maintain Israel's econo
balance in the face of new severe
problems.
In announcing the luncheon
meeting. Mr. I.itvaU noted thai
the new Nixon economic policies
find Israel's devaluation of the
pound will pose many new prob-
lems for Israel and new chal-
lenges to its economic defense.
Israel depends on Israel Bond
funds to speed up industrial pro-
duction, especially of export goods,
which are more essential now than
ever before to offset problems
created by the devaluation of the
Israeli pound, Mr. Litvak pointed
out.
The rabbis will discuss i>!;>'-> for
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the forthcoming High Holy Days
'srael Bond effort which will
launch the intensified fall cam-
paign for Israel Bonds and the
series of dinners ot state to be
sponsored by the synagogues dur-
ing the ensuing months.
Mr. Litvak called attention to
the leading participation by the
synagogues of Greater Miami in
'"half of the Israel Bond pro-
gram and declared that this ef-
fort has lk-come traditional as "a
manifestation of spiritual kinship
ith the people of Israel."
V.I.P. Sabbalh At
Temple Emami-El
V.I.P. Sabbath, dedicated to all
Very Interested Parents and chil-
dren, will be observed at Temp!.'
Kmanu-EI Saturday at the regular
Sabbath service. Mrs. Lily Stone,
chairman of the V.I.P. committee,
has announced.
The service will feature the in-
stallation of United Synagogue
Youth, and the committee has in-
vited the young people and parents
to worship together as a family
and th n join Dr. Irving Lehrman
at a Sabbath luncheon following
the service.
Officers of U.S.Y. to be instilled
are Frederic Goldfein, president;
Karen Alterman, vice president:
Cindy Alterman. treasurer: Debra
Firtel, recording secretary, and
Sharon Gruzen, communications
secreta >.
V IP. Sabbath, which is held
regularly throughout the y< ir, has
tx come a tradition at Ti n p e
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Friday, September 10. 1971
I OL "IQaUi SpeL tjron <7L Vtp
'// You Will Hearken. .
P V;BI MORTON" MA1.AVSKV
IVni|il.- Both Shalom
Hollyuootl
The scripture portion to th
to bring him to the desired port.
the odds are against his ever ar-
riving there. Rebellion and the re-
fusal to hearken bring about many
. recks upon the sea of life. We
r^cliqioiis Services
g9
MIAMI
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. '532 Washington
A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA. Ave Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H.
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox | stern. Cantor Meyer Engel. 28
Itr; scripture |x>rtion to tin- ; wrecks upan tne sea m uic. >
SaebLtsth Is very poignant and one should, therefore, learn that guid-
from which muc'; can be gleaned. ing principles must regulate our
^HM^Maaattftu n one na" "'' ,,)l" lucl- L*' ^ not Plunge fran-
On one
are told,
will hearken to
to the voice ,>'
the Lord your
God; observe H's
commandments,
then blessing:
will come upon
Israel." On the
other hand, ter-
rifying curses
are listed is thi
consequence for
not hearkening
I r rebelling against Divine will.
By obeying the commandments
el God and by walking in the ways
chosen for us bj Him, our exist-
ence to the end ni our days shall
i ; ssed.
Human life is comparable to the
voyage i>:' a ship. T trison
i -i applicable ti> a ship going
Kabhi Malavsky
If you ticaJJy and recklessly with foolish,
blind hope that everything will
turn out all right.
Our faith is really a compass and
chart to guide its in our voyage, n
dearly points out the direction and
helps us fight disaster. Although
lur journey is not uneventful .
storms and accidents may arise
. we are prepared to make the
very best of every situation.
Yes. as the Torah portion says,
"Hearken unto My commandments
and blessings will com" upon you."
Classes Starting
In Belli Sholom
Fine Arts School
BY RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
What i.s the origin of the tra-
dition which claims that then-
are always, In every generation.
:{( pious men who twined the
world?
The Bible already mentions the
supposition that righteous men are
the foundation of the world iProv.
10:25). The Talmud sometimes
mentions that every generation has
thirty men comparable to Abra-
ham. Isaac and Jacob. The Al-
mighty is said to have promised
Abraham that there would al-
ways be such a number of men In
the world.
The fiist to introduce the num-
U> was a 4th century rabbi who
wrote in the Talmud: 'The \\
is never without 36 men who duly
encounter the Divine Presence.'
jThis rabbi derives this from a
computation of the Hebrew woi I
"him" which refers to the Al-
;hty In the verse "Happy
: they that hope In hira." 'is. 30 I8i
The German hassidte mystic
movement of th 13th century gave
..,. to b lief thai there ire
these 36 men whose d< eds
whose identity is obscured so thai I
rs Dav:d|the whole concept receives some-
Cantor Aron Ben Aron.
1 '
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Awe.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz 2 I
----------
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken-
(41 Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baomgard. 3
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BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau
Cantor William W. Lipson 4
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BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi H. Rothman 5
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson 6
Saturda) B:4S a m Topic "A Berious
Warning 30 p m "Portion "f !.;<
: p m u e Must Abldi n IS P "i
huffi! -111 i -1- for mi mi"i
friends. Midnight s.in. Hi Service,
topic: a Call iii iin- l lark"
BETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seimour Hinkee 8
Prid ,\ > is p "1 '!"..in. Meaning ol
Selicntli Saturda} '.' a m. Bar Hltz-
vah: Soi.ti Philip Browdy, son o( Mr
and Mm liobert Browdj Midnight
S. iu nth S,
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER
Miami. 137 NE '9th Street. Reform
RatSi Joseph R. Narot. 10
p m Topic What Rab-
. .. Crista of Hi,
^ ii .
Saturday midnight Sellcoth Servl
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David LehrfieldL
Cantor Abraham Seif. 21
MENORAH (Temple). 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman. 28
I'm.in 8 pm. > '' em Saturday 9
i :<.m. Bar Mltsvah: David Wi m-t.-hi.
.-..ii ..f .Mr. and Mi- ll.nr> W.in-
| ateln,
' NER TAwiu (icn.pici. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative.
i Rabbi Eugene i_abovitz. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. 29
l Saturda) 11 JO p m s. Month Si r> ii i -.
OHEV SHALOM. ;055 Boni'a Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
nian. 30
Saturdaj l m Hi Ik nth Bi i
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SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31
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CONGREGATION TZ CHAIM. 1542-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
Groner. 32
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79th Street Cause-
way. North Bay Village. Conserva-
tive. Rabbi Philip Fried. Cantor
Carl Bender. 32-A
Krul.ty B p in Ti i Spai Man ur
Kurlh Man, \\ l ii h s.iiunla) V a mi.
midnight Selli uth Si rvlcea,
Ol
ISRAELITE CESTEK SITS SW 25th NORTH MIAMI BEACH
St conservat ve RabM Avrwn L ADATH YESHURUN (Temple). *"S
Druin Cantor Nathan Parnass. NE Miam, Gardens Dr. Conui ..
tive. Rabbi Milton Schlinaky. Can-
Temple Beth Sholom School
put id sea The >'u\> going out to Fine Arts si rts :'s second leas i
sea is blessed well wishers ex- with classes beginning Monday
I their sincere feelings and IflSepI i ;. at the temple. Mrs Da
the ship follows a | iute un- Drucker U director of the '>" ": !" esoteric character.
! "* the tradi-
; J ,tion Is n
JJJJjjJ experience I v tl "8 ": modesty and
young, instructor, Roberta Silbt I reserve Pointing to the faet
amic Insl yctor, Beth Tern
n -i- her, Ruth C lin;
dance, Audrey Neist, drums, Tony
; i ir, ^ob Fucci.
! If it does not hearken I
1 ver, if it (i not
(its 'If i i
Ion then the rough ci --- i
ents and rocky wati rs can an '
in serve as its destruction.
i
Music instruction includes flute.
clarinet and saxophone, Leo Bu-
Eaeh i|>f us launches upon the ,etti. .;, n,r, ^,h,;l w,.,.u,
I Sea ,)f fe (imidst "iiiirl ivish.
indeed, the 36 gr iti si men in the
Id are mj hi Iden
their piety is not a mailer of
public display.
Why is it that on th- Saliliath
th** syHaKOKUei aurvlOM begin
1 it.-r than tlMV do .luring the
bi--.i on., nf vr i j i "-' '''.niiriK. inra m'tm-
! sea of life amidst BOOd wish-; ,
.- and groal hopes with, in Vrr <*ntte; violin, Alexan-
' l -. the offer of
beteiri guidance Divinely and
Sarentally. The sea of life al
!
n dantrers. but they are ovi i
by hearkening and following prop-
prly. If one trusts to blind chance
der Prihitchi. and recorder work-
Arnold Grayson.
Al the end of the term an aft
-how and decital will be given by
students.
" ;''' I'i ... I ... :,, ; |.
' ..-
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
KiSavo
(Chapters Sr?D?S ^ "* 'hc ,:'n" "
FIRST FRUITS AND TTTHES Moses concluded the legal
section ..I his discourse with an account of the liturgical .
monies to be performed in the Promised Land at the presenta-
tion of the first-fruits and alter the triennial distribution of
tithes. The tint fruits were to be brought before the priest in
the central sanctuary. The donor was then to recite a prayer of
th.-u,kSgiv,nC recalling how God had delivered his ancestors from
Egypt and had brought the new generation to a land flowing with
milk and honey. After the lithe had been distributed each third
; year for charitable purposes, the donor was to offer a prayer in
which he declared that he had obeyed the commandment to set
aside the.tithe for the Levite. stranger, orphan and widow and
invoked God s blessing ui>on the people and the land
1 CERKMONIES OX MT. EBAL AND MT. GERIZIM -
Moses and the elders instructed the people to observe four sol-
: emn ceremonies once they had crossed the Jordan. First they
i were to erect large stones on Mt. Ebal and inscribe clearly on
- them all the words of the Law. Second, they were to build an
altar of unhewn stones and sacrifice both burnt and peace offer-
ings -- The sacrificial meal which followed the latter was to be
eaten in an atmosphere of lejoieing. Third, the acceptance of the
Law was to be ratified by the twelve tribes in the following man-
ner: six tribes were to stand uin Mt. Gerizim to represent Use
blessings, and six upon Mt. Ebal to represent the curses
REWARD AND PUNISHMENT The peeple had fre-
quently been warned of the consequences of disobedience. N*v
that tbey were about to enter the Promised Land Moses felt it
was his duty to lay even greater emphasis on the choice with
which they were faced. The observance of God's Commandments
would bring numerous blessings, including the enjoyment of pros-
perity and happiness in the city and field and in their offspring,
crops, cattle, harvest and daily toil; they would defeat any at-
tacker and gain supremacy over other nations?
Mbses now began his third and final discourse. He appealed
to Israel to obey God who had watched over them in Egypt and
during their wanderings in the wilderness until the very moment
he was addressing them.
The answer is a very practical
one from one point of view. The
morning services during the week
jnusi be completed early in the
day so that the people can get t i
I heir work or business on time. On
the Sabbath, when there is no
-.uch compelling factor, the serv-
ices can begin lator.
There are authorities who feel
that it is especially required to
begin the Sabbath services later
than the weekday services for re-
reasons. They point to the
.i.i that, while the Bible speaks of
offering the weekday sacril
the morning, it sneaks of offering
the Sabbath sacrifices on the "day"
of the S tbbath. The reason behind
this is that every attempt was
made I i p rtray the Sabbath as a
day of leisure compared i.i the
pressing schedule of work on the
ai ekday. Thus, the services started
later to emphasize the leisurely
and restful nature of the Sabbath.

Sen
OR OLOM (Tmal) 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. RabDi Ralph
Glixman. 13
TIFERETH ISRAEL 6500 N Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein. 14
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HIAtEAH
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 51 E. i
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na- ]
than Zolondek. 15 1
i'i .1 ; i in Bel vices follow a
i .... Shul bal hi -i, a by Mr d
u Brlklod and Mr .....I .'
William Syileman, honoring blrthds
.a Mrs I Irlklwl mid Mr Syrtetr
- ie b in Midnight Si ii. 11
S.l'\ i
ZION (Temple) 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
servative. Ribbi Norman N. Shapiro. I
Cantor Richard S. Browdy. 16 ]
Friday p in. Special Dedication Sorv- t
.. ot Sefer Torah presented by !>r. '
and Mrs Henry Ollck. Baturday : |
;i in Bar Mitivah: Robert, son ol Mr
and Mrs, Joseph Undenbaum. I
pm. Sellcol h Set -.
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel, Cantor Ben
Zion K-rschenbaum. 35
tor Nathaniel Schub.
-3
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL, 7801 Carlyle Ave I
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. 17
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BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox '
Rabbi Berel We. 13
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave ,
Orthodox. Rablii Shmaryahu T. Swir.
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19 :
BETH RAPHAEL (Temple). 1545,
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi I
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
BETH SHOLOM ( Temple). 4144,
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor David Conviser. 21 I
Friday 7:43 pm Topic: 'There's N'..
Freeze On i->.iliy And I .-m.U--.1ui.
Saturday 10:45 a.ro Bar Mitivah:
Bruce Roberta son of Mr. and Mrs
Big M Olukstad: Oary EaarlK-h, son
ot Mi- RIU Ti it. I Ehrllch.
BETH TFILAH 935 Euclid Ave. Or.
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
ky. _____ 22
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA.
TION, 843 Meridian Avenue. 22-A
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CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig. 23
E^tNU'EL, - "01 Washing,
ton Ave. Conservative. R,bbi ,rvl"
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. 24
Sntunliiy : a.m. Bertnon topi.....The
ft2foolhfiS!Sf Iiv"lc" MWnlghl
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B.nB.AHvi'H-.,orth^-- rtag
Zo-A
BETH TORAH. NE 164th St. at 11th)
Ave. Conseivative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 34
Saturday mid roth Services
1 Sancln:n \ i' 1 hhl \l.i \ \ 1 .ip-
inl si \\ on
:. 1:.. 1 1 llarrj s. hs rti
t 1. 1.11 Ins;,
B'NAI RAPHAEL. -4^1 NW 1B3rd St.
Ccnserv.it've. Rabbi Charles Rubel.'
Cantor Jack Lerner. 3S
SINAI (Temple) of NORTH DADE
18801 NE ;?nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor Irving
Shulkes. 37
Frtda) I I ] p in Saturdaj I M m.
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Johah E.
Caplan. 38
Frldas '.'.,l pin Saturday 9 ; in Ber-
num. 'Why Th, Public School Bys
in Max Fail...,. Mldnigbt Selu.ith.
S..;..,.. 1
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Ntftail Porush. 39
Friday 7 :'.'i p.m Saturday D m .
7 :i" p.m, midnight Bellcotli Services,
Sermon: "How JeWH became ;.....1
Businessmi n"
CORAL GABIES
JUDEA (Temple). 5500 Granada Blvd.
Reform. Rabbi Mcrris Kipper 40
' Frld y p m .-' iturday II 1.". .1 in .
10 p in gelleoth Sen
e
ZAMORA (Temple) 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berg.
er. 41
Friday 6 p.m ji 1 I", ;, m.
FT. lAUDEMALE
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 547 E Oak.
land Park Blvd. Rabbi Akiva Bril-
liant. Cantor Maur ce Neu. 42
EMANU-EL. 3.-M5 W Oakland Park
Blvd. Reform. Ralihi Arthur J. Ab-
rams. Cantor Jerome Klement. 43
--". .-
'" '' '- ";. .. ,. ~
NNsVANO BEACH
SHOLOM (Temple). 132 SE 11th Ave.
Conservative. Rahhi Morris A. Skop.
Cantor Ernest Schreiber. 49
mmoi
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION.
9293 Harding Ave.. Surfside. Town
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D. Vine.
SO
HALLANDAIE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER 12S
NE 1st Ave. 44
Hourwooo
BETH EL (Temple). 1361 S. 14th Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. 45
Friday St", pm Topic: "1 rucial 1s-
sueM ConnroHtlngj nnr SfH-tety" fo-
lowed by Onag Bhabbat HiHinsnred
by Mr. and Mr-- H-rhcrt \Vormser
and Dr. and Mrr Vi.rman ltrov.lt.
BETH SHALOM (Temple). 1728 Mon-
roe St. Conservative. Rabbi Morion
Malavsky. Cantor Irving Gold. 4S
SINAI (Temple). 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
Cantor Yehuda Heilbraun. 47
MMAftUt
ISRAEL (Temple) 6920 SW SSth St.
Conservative. Rabbi Elliot J. Wmo-
grad. Canter Abraham Koeter. 4*
MARGATE
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER. S101
NW 9th St.
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TCMinicJ CJUsWta V<
Stpt. 11
Sept. 11
rogrant*
Ch 10 9:30 a,m. The Jewish Worship Hour
X -^W Norman Shapiro, Temple Zion
. 7, 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
ropic: ^Preparing For The Daye of Awe-
Host: Dr. Max A. LipschiU,
Both Torah Consregation
Guests: Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky and
i-antor Jacob Renzer
insimimm..u.


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Max Lerner
Sees It
IK Among the response to John Lindsay's new
- a Democrat I thought ih.. wryesi and most char-
was Gene McCarthys: "] d n'i see ll a- ol
a k the conversion oi Consta nine."
ol others pointed out thai whal counted for a
I c md date is nol what he calls hims how
irmen hi has lined up for hi Bui while Lindsay
fervei I H it- chairmen, h cannol
1 5 In ,h convi iti 'ii i runch wh ii will counl is how
>u1 who can beal Nixon, and with what,
thei i our candl I M or noncandid il
ird as the n il contenders. 11 don'l d I
I labels betwi en di | ites liki Mc-
ni und -clare i candid iti s like Mus I nphrey, Bayh,
lls, Jackson, Lindsay, McCarthy ind declared nor..
! like Kennedy: I regard them all as available). The
Ice most seriously, because the voters ire likely to laki
!i seriously, are Muskie, Jackson. Kennedy and Lindsay.
t. (om>ii:st\toi,s .wo politicians arc convinced
Muskie has the nomination all but wrapped up, he
delegate strength North, South, East, West and
he needs to do now is to make a substantial showing in
guries and the convention will Im> his. I think this over-
Certainly Muskie lias sustained his early strength re-
y. and shown be is a hard man to head off. He has made
Uiy tactical errors, and has used his best quality a
deliberate judgment.
has resisted the temptation to shoot off and respond to
Incitement, partly because of his style, partly because he
be to lose than his rivals and they have everything to
(ore than any of them he holds the groundjus.t left of
where most of the Democratic voters are, and a good
oral ReiHihlicans and indeix-ndonts as well. His strength
|the fact that < unlike Nixon I people trust him to hold that
both as candidate and (if ho makes it' as President. But
Jn now and next July many things can happen to unsettle
MY CAXDIDATK CONSIDKRABLY to the left of Muskie
tod something to counterbalance his strength with the
[leaden* and rank-and-file, and that something will have
personal charisma. That is why I exclude from the top
Jhe names oT McGovern, Bayh, Harris and McCarthy, all
Dm I like and respect, and whoso positions are more aggres-
libei.d than Muskie's. I also exclude Humphrey, primarily
of the widespread fooling that he has had his chance.
lie importance of Kennedy ar.d Lindsay is that each of them
tis charisma, which for most people transcends the question
politics. The difference between them as candidates is that
ky has to do remarkably well in whatever primaries he
to get rid of his new-baby-in-tho-houso smell, while Ken*
'can ride out all the primaries with an above-the-lwttle
lor, and come in fresh il the convention falters. Kennedy is
ly to take second place on anyone's ticket: Lindsay could
Ibe a running mate for Muskie, and it would be a formidable
>i nation.
PHK OTIIKR DIFFKRKNCE IS that most of the Demo-
regulars once they are convinced that Chappaquiddick
ecomc dead scar tissue will fool more comfortable with
kedy than with Lindsay. This is today notably true of king-
}rs like Richard Daley of Chicago, who is a Muskie supporter
luld chance his mind under stress
jn't underestimate the chances of either man. whether in
>r 197ti. Write me down as one who felt Lindsay was aiming
White House even before ho mot Richard Aurclio and
it the contagion of that professional's belief in the Lindsay
Iks for Kennedy, ho bears the name his brothers bore, and
llany of the advisers and helpers they had. The question is
Reply their tragic strain has touched one who has survived
deaths, and survived also a plane crash and a scandal of
m. The tear of a third assassination is hound to be there,
is the Kennedy striving beyond tragedy for a high
In history.
UpAVE MADE Sen. Henry Jackson the fourth on my list
Ply because ho is what he is a Westerner bucking a
h-om the other sections. Hawkish on the war and on foreign
where th<*y arc Dovish, a domestic liberal in the Now Deal
tit the New-Politics sense, and closer than any of the others
. kind of working-class people ho addressed in his speech
t New York AFL-CIO, where he went after the liberals With
fcball bat made of George Meany timber,
lore us only an outside chance that he could win the nomi-
i if Nixon's China policy soured badly, if there was a
e East crisis that really endangered Israel (Jackson s
ly pro-Israel stance has come through to most people), if
was domestic violence feeding Jackson's law-and-ordor posi-
|But there is a very good chance that if any of the other ma-
Mitcnders was nominated, he would need Scoop Jackson as a
iR mate, to give him the added appeal that most Democrats
Have today,
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Rep Celler Calls For
Stronger Program
Of 'Red Cross' Aid
v 'he >tJng of. thi
>ard of American Red
Mogen P. [, t i-, |, | u> -,
nuel Celler, (D., N.Y.) i ',-
tional chairman, called for a
'tronger ; P ,.,-:,i ,,, rs
Red Cro s ser lee, thi Magen Da-
' lorn, and reeruitmenl of ad-
' '' memh >rs in the United
States to help support Its programs
' i" i tanl task Ma-
: Id Ad im i -." said R p.
"is the i tion oi
he moi u nt.il i I -1 to enlarge
eequip il Colonel M ireus
Conl which is parl ol th
plan to i m- nd and re-
' ire I- r i al inal blood
services program.
1 '' ii r equally vil ency-
"I programs must also be main-
' iini d md I nproved to moot the
Dressing needs of the coming year
md keep it in condition to cope
v-ith any possible crisis or emerg-
ency," Rep. Celler declared.
Objective of the organization,
which is presently conducting a
membership campaign throughout
| the United States, is to obtain
'funds for additional blood bank
equipment. 100 emergency ambul-
ances, 10 intensive cardiac care
ambulances for heart attack vic-
tims, 10 bloodmobiles and con-
struction of a number of strategic-
ally-located first-aid stations and
shelters.
Voters. Incorporated will inaug-
i the 1971-72 season Tu< sday
al 8:15 p.m. with an open meeting
In the auditorium of the Washing-
ton Federal, 1234 Washington
Ave., Miami Leach.
Harry Levy, president of the
organization, will preside;
eason
pi al. rs w ill include As
U.S. Attorney Ncal II. Sonnet,
State Ri p. Iii( hard (Dick I R>
/illiam (Wild Bill) Skinner, Mil-
ton Gordon, former Regional At-
toi ney I .r the F.H.A. and Miami
Beach Councilman, and Herbert
les,
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Tifereth Jacob's
Classes Resumed
Hebrew School classes at Tem-
Dle Tifereth Jacob, to be held from
4-fi p.m.. Mondays through Thurs-
days were resumed thus week. Kin-
j dergarten and Sunday School
! classes will be held from 10 a.m.
| until noon beginning on Sunday.
AH classes will be Instructed by
: a competent staff under the per-
sonal supervision of Rabbi Nathan
; Zolondek and under the ausoices
, )f the Bureau of Jewish Education.
Plans are in motion to establish a
Hebrew High School program
sponsored by the Bureau at Tem-
ple Tifereth Jacob lor boys and
girls aged 14 to 16.
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TO BE CONDUCTED BY
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"^Jenisfi ITI'cridliar
Friday, September 10, 1971
This Week In History...
40 Years Ago This Week: MSI
There were four more J> wish
rides in Berlin all on the
ne (Urjr.
The American Jewish Commit-
: ported only 1.74': of the in-
.rat"?: of state prisons in the United
States were Jewish.
King Ghazi assumed the power
name the president of Iraqi
Sh communities.
icuse, X.Y., public schools
ied "The Merchant ol Vend <
r being told of its "unfair and i
rr:-.!icious conception of Jews."
The JTA reported from Berlin: I
"Grave anti-Semitic excesses, re-'
ting in the injury of scores of,
Jewish men and women, to place here the second day of
Rosh Hashanah, when organized
IN forces sunouncU-d the leading
s; .--ogues and fell upon Jew-
. orshippers as they emerged
High Holy Day services. Si-
ineousiy attacks were 0
ized in various sectiors Even
thi elderly Jews did not escape
the violence of the Nazis, who, af-
i- lling their victims, trampled
:nem with their heavy nailed,
The government condemned
itacks. arrested 50 fascist-;.
ihrfted to Broadway for "The
Singling Rabbi."
Turkish press reports said Trans-
.i.ird.inia v. i.iiri Yvfoin PalesTlne"
after nine years' autonomy.
Moses Rogatchewsky, 106-year-
old Polish blacksmith, sought a
pension for service in the L8 3
insurrection.
An anti-Semitic putsch in Aus-
waa crushed.
There were 12 Jewish theaters in
: York Citi- and 1G in "the
ees." Boris Thomashefsky
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Hirsch To Chair
[Youth Committee
The appointment of Assistant
Miami City Attorney Larry J.
Hirsch as chairman of the Youth
Committee has been announced by
Dr. Charles Beber, president of
the Greater Miami Chapter of the
American Jewish Committee.
Mr, Hirsch, who received his
education at Syracuse University
and the Suffolk University Law
School in Boston, Mass., is a mem-
ber of the Florida, Massachusetts
and Rhode Island Bar Associa-
tions.
Among the activities of the
Youth Committee during the com-
ing year will be a young adult dis-
cussion group meeting once each
month in people's homes for dis-
cussion of current concerns in an
informal atmosphere. We hooe to
keep our fingers on the pulse of
the times in this way," said Mr.
Hirsch.
David SkuRehltz, a political pris-
oner in Grodno. Poland, died at
24 after a week-long hunger strike
to protest alleged mistreatment. .
10 Years Ago This Week: 1961
Jl \vs and Moslems fought in th
streets of Oran, Algeria, on Rosh
Hashanah after a Jew was serious-
ly wounded by a Moslem attacker.
Three Arabs were killed: 17 Arabs
and nine Jews were injured.
More than 1,000 Jews jammed
Moscow's Central Synagogue for
Rosh Hashanah, despite the lack
of prayer books. Most of them
were over 50.
The Peking magazine "Chinese
Literature" apologized for identi-
fying the author of a translated
work as "Sh. Aleichcm." claiming
ignorance of the meaning of the
nom de plume.
The Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle
celebrated its 40th anniversary.
President Ben-Zvi asked Finance
Minister Lev! Kshkol to form a
new Israeli government after Pre-
mier Ben-Gurion declined to do so.
The remains of a 2,220-year-old
Synagogue were unearthed in
Rome,
Nathan Straus, philanthropist,
community leader and chairman
of WMCA Radio, died in New
York at 72.
(Prom the files of the JTA)
An Intimate
Rendez-vous for
Gourmets & Bon-vivants
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RESERVATIONS: 751-1 sis
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ORDERS TAKEN FOR THE HOLIDAYS
CATERING FOR^ALL OCCASIONS
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Delicatessen Caterers Restaurant
Served 4 to 8 P.M.
THIS WEEK'S DINNER SPECIAL
Appetizer
Cup of Soup Chef Salad
ROUMANIAN STEAK
Potatoes Vegetables
Coffee or Tea, Hot or Iced
Dessert
$2.25
THRU THURS. SEPT. 16
This new synagogue the Beverly Hills Jewish Center and
Congregation Beth Sholom in the retirement community of
Beverly Hills, Fla.. was built and donated by its owner and
developer, Sam Kellner, who retired from the automobile
tire retreading business ten years ago and bought 5,000 acres
of Florida land. More than 4,000 persons now live in Beverly
Hills, loccted 65 miles north of Tampa on the Gulf Coast.
Congressman Forwards Record Of Hearings
The record of hearings on the
plight of Soviet Jewry held in May
by the Subcommittee on Europe ot
the House Foreign Affairs Commit-
tee has been forwarded to South
Florida news medl i by Rep. Dante
B, Fascell, a ranking member ot
the Foreign \St Irs Committee o'
the House . Mr. Fascell, a Democrat has Ions
Ix-en conci rned about the denial of
basic human rights to Jews in the
Soviet Union, u,l h is made his con-
cern known to the President and
'o State Department official.-, ad-
ministrative assistant John R.
Buck] > pointed out.
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^'


iday, September 10, 1971
1
P'Jknisti fhrkMaan
Page J.3-A
Jewish Student Center
Forms Leadership Council
[The newly reorganized Jewish
Li :, ,ii Center at the L'tm
Miami hi s l'i mi d n student
hip council under the i
(unship of Ear] Bcrmtfrl
i Stanley A Rii ..: r
ctor mi -i -' ..
i i .. i
n.r, kxnti in tl
i I r
Pr.
[The
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!. areas as Ji ii
UnJ m, I' war in Vii I
hd ilv State of Is ai
ii ih
.
Bid. It will publish
I a i "' v
\ ," and .i
'( *OI fl II Ltl M' A M
hi coffee house w II
' d.
In his wel ill ;e to
m and ol l students at thi Co
. Mr. B
When neeeasary e d
[>ftn we study, talk and I l
tog ither Tlu- Am
I 13uc i.....ind i I 'i. are
[School Opens With 450
Temple Judea Religious School
lop-'ned this week with an ei
of some 450 students, Mrs
lay Benrmn. principal of the
Isrhool, announced. Qualified
It. tcheis will teach a full curric-
lulum of Hebrew, holidays, Jewish
v, customs, ceremonies and
c.
Hebtaw School students will at-
tend throe days. week, elemen-
tary age children will attend Sab-
bath Skin ni each Saturd ij
big. The Junior high dep rtmenl
..nil confirmation cl ss will be h id
: Wednesday evening.
Temple Judea's First Event
II Sa
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I

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irtions ... <
Men's Club In Formation
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,y be-
innini I 8 l p.m. -
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Jev mes : .
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Brickell Added To
Barne?! Bank Group
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II B ink, will remain in j
'ity with the 1
Bank of Miami. Other personnel !
Is ill be r talned, he s
Barnett vw is organized is
istered hank holding company in
: name was changed to
Barhetl Banks of I n 1969.
the Mi. Zion Committee to
nd construction.
rli tried three years ago
to block the entrance to the tomb
ai was forci d by a court order
i the Mt. Zl n
Committee think the attempt
was made in anticipation of a I
bate on Jerusalem in the Unit
Nations Security Council. It
that t le chu '< h wai
world attention to
that are sacn d to it i
il and Jews.
Greek Church Ordered To Halt Building Project
i.KM (JTA1 A Jem-1 pie ,
lered the uspend
Urth a to halt a bt
" Pro t that would I lock the
'
W1 Zion. The project was I
' church ofiieia's rejected a
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THE UNION OF AMERICAN HEBREW CONGREGATIONS
RABBI SANFORD M. SHAPERO, Director
Thru its affiliated congregations, invites you to worship High Holydays 1971-5732 beginning
Sunday Evening, September 19th
"TURN US AGAIN UNTO THEE, O LORD.. AND WE
SHALL BE RESTORED; RENEW OUR DAYS AS OF OLD."
NOTICE!!!
We wish to apologixe for the error
in The Jewish Floridian issue of
Sept. 3. The National Hebrew Is-
raeli Gift Center was open for
business until today, Friday Sept.
10. However we arc closing today
for vacation and want to wish all
cur friends, customers and the en-
tire community a Happy and Peace-
ful New Year.
We will return for the new season
on October 1st and will hove a
full and complete selection of all
needs for the coming Chanukah
season. Specializing in servicing
sisterhood qift shops, Mr. and Mrs.
Silverman look forward to greeting
nil their many friends and custom-
ers upon their return.
TtMPU B5TH SMLQM
A LiberalReformProgressive Congregation
4144 Chase Avenue. Miami Beach
RBd! ICON KRON1SH, D.D.
DAVID CONVISER, CANTOR
School For Living Judaism
MAURY SCHWARTZ, Director of Education
(Nursery School through Confirmation and H;gh
School. NE/V JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL FROGRAM
JUDAISM THROUGH THE CREATIVE ARTS
DO VOUR OWN THING IN JEWISH STUDIES
JUNIOR HIGH ULPAN
School Keqtstration Now In Progress.
Applications for Membership now being
accepted, call Temple Office 538-7C31
J cntple Jjetli a/*t
tn
59S0 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.I., Senior Rabbi
ARTHUR Z. STEINBERG, Rabbi
DR. HAR01D IERNER, Director
Adjacent to Kendall and Coral Cablet
Phone: 667-5587
TEMPLE JUDEA
5500 Granada Boulevard, Coral Gables
Serving Coral Gablrs and South Dad*
RABBI MORRIS A. KIPPER
RICHARD J. HORWICH, President
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL YOUTH GROUP
ADULT EDUCATION
For affiliation and information, phone 667-5657
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MIAMI
137 N. E. 19th Street
Beginning Our Both fear i>f Service
DR. JOSEPH R. NAROT, Senior Rabbi
BARRY TABACHNSKOFF. Asst. Rabbi
NICOLAS L. BEHRMANN, Asst. Rabbi
JACOB G. BORNSTEIN, Cantor
Services every Fridev evenina af 8:15 o'clock
Mid-Week Hebrew Classes: North Miamiat
Sabal Palm Elementary School
South Miami at West Lab School
For Temple Affiliation and Religious School Information
Coll 379-8311
TEMPLE SINAI
The Reform Congregation of North Dade
18801 N.E. 22 Avenue, North Miami Beach
Ralph P. Kingsley, Rabbi Irving Shulkes, Cantor
Sabbath Services: Fridays at 8:15 P.M.
Saturdays at 10:30 A.M.
For information concerning Membership, Religious
School Registration. Youth Groups and our
varied activities for Young and Old
Call 949-3429
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t-WTMi FijmnziA CANTOR AVAILABLE
FOR HIGH HOLIDAYS
AND YEAR-ROUND
(Also Week-Ends)
Well qualified, experienced, best of
references. Cun read Torah and
Blow Shofar. Will travel. Call 9-10
a.m. or 5-6 p.m. 673-1603.
Rabbi Allen Rutchik, Ph D Rircctor
lham J. Gittolwn, Associate Director
Dr. Harold C. Rivkir.d, Regional President
446-6453
2355 Salzedo Street
Coral Gables, Florida
cxTPMr^ TO ALL OF ITS FRIfNDS A MOST HAPPY AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR AND INVITES YOU TO AFFIL'ATE WITH.
EXlbNlB '" TO WORSHIP IN, ONE OF ITS CONSERVATIVE SYNACOGUES IN THE GREATER MIAMI AREA.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1701 Washington Ave., Miami Beach
DR. IRVING L.EHRMAN CANTOR ZVI ADLER
JUDGE HERBERT 5. SHAPIRO, President
Mr. Samuel Friedland, Chairman of the Board
538-2r-03
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ill}:: at 17th & Collins
Rvsarvi for
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CALL FOR
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FOR RESERVATIONS
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TEMPLE MENORAH
62C 75th Street, Mimi Beach
RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ CANTOR NICO FEIDMAN
AAR. ROBERT L. SIEGEL, President
866-0221
CONGREGATION B'NAI RAPHAEL
1401 N.W. 183rd St., Miami 6J4-2621
RABBI CHARIES M. RUBE! CANTOR JACK LERNBR
MR. EMMANUEL ROSENBERG, Pre>dent
TEMPLE ZION
8000 Miller Rd Miami
RABBI NORMAN N SHAPIRO CANTOR RICHARD S. BROWDY
DR. STANLEY J. CANNON, President
271-2311
TEMPLE SINAI
TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL
547 E. Oakland Park Blvd., Ft. la .derdale
RABBI AKIVA BRILLIANT CANTOR MAURICE NEU
Mr. George Berman, President
565 6680
TEMPLE NER TAMID
7902 Carlyle Ave., Miami Beach
DR. EUGENE LABOVITZ CANTOR EDWARD KLEIN
MR. CHARIES GOLDSTEIN, President
866-8345
BETH TORAH CONGREGATION
1051 ^nterama Blvd., No. Miami Beach 947-7528
DR. MAX A. LIPSCHITZ HAZZAN JACOB J. RENZER
MR. IRVING NEWMAN, President
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
2625 S.W. 3rd Avenue, Miami
RA8SI SOL LANDAU CANTOR WM. M. LIPSON
MR. MAXWELL WAAS, President
854-3911
TEMPLE OR OLOM
8755 S.W. 16th St., Miami 221-9131
RABBI RALPH GUXMAN CANtOR YEHUDA BINYAMIN
DR. STANLEY EDER, President
TEMPLE BETH SHALOM
923-1577, 949-401* 4601 Arthur St, Hollywood 981-6111, 949-0501
1201 Johnson St., Hollywood ummmmmHL DR. MORTON MALAVSKY CANTOR IRVING GOLD
RABBI DAV.D SHAPIRO CANTOR YEHUDAH I. HE.LBRAUN
MR. JACOB M. MOGILOWITZ, President -|| MR. JACK SHAPIRO, Present
TEMPLE SHOLOM
132 SE Uth Ave., Pompano Beach 942-6410
RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP CANTOR ERNEST SCHREIBER
MR. BARRY STONE, President


Page 14-A
fJenist Meridian
Friday, September 10. 1971
ISRAEL NEWSLETTER
By Carl Alpert
Unique Assistance Fund
MOT LOXti AGO AX Israeli was badly injured in
an automobile accident. He was one of the
thousands who are struck down by road accidents
annually. The offending car carried
proi>er insurance, and the victim's
attorney filed claim against the
company for the personal injuries
sustained by his client.
When the case came up in court
he lawyer for the insurance com-
pany pleaded that the policy was
valid only when the car was being
used for the business purposes for
which it was registered and indeed, the policy
did say so. In this instance an employee of the car's
owner was driving it, not in line of duty, but for
personal and private use. Hence the insurance did
not cover the accident, the company refused to
pay. and ihe court had no choice but to uphold the
insurance company's stand.
The hapless victim fought the case up to the
Supremo Court, but the law was against him. In
their verdict, the Supreme Court justice made
some very acid remarks about the responsibility of
the insurance companies to the public even beyond
the narrow restrictions written into the fine print
of their policies.
As a result of the publicity given to that obiter
dictum, the public, and the judges too, learned of the
existence of a unique assistance fund which had
been operating without fanfare. Its pu
help accident victims who were'*lcTt'*withoui insur-
ance protection.
The Vehicle Office, the VIO iMMM in Hebrew,
for its Hebrew name) was set up in 1965 by the
li Association of [uaurance Companies and
operates with invited representation from the Min-
istries of Finance, Defense and Transportation. The
companii transfer to the VIO each year a set per-
centage of their income from policy premiums. Who
are the beneficiaries? A pedesti ian his by a car which
does not carry insurance, driven by a person with
no personal resources: a man crossing the street
who is knocked down and seriously disabled by ''
car which speeds away; a child badly hurt by a car
which had been stolen cases like these are taken
care of by the VIO. The injured person has no legal
claim against the Fund, but as a matter of public
conscience, the VIO seeks out such cases and makes
proper compensation. Payment is for personal injury
only, not for property damage, however. In 1970
there were over 100 cases dealt with by the office,
of which 61 were hit-and-run victims.
The VIO now has assets of over IL.6,000,000,
contributed by the insurance companies, and com-
pensation paid out has thus far totalled only about
one million, leaving a comfortable cushion. Of late
the Fund has begun to publicize its existence, so
that everp justifiable claim will have an address to
which to turn, when the insurance does not cover.
There is a public conscience in Israel.
1 m::I
Today's Thought By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
More On 'Time' Magazine
UtfHKN TIME MAOAZIXE was extremely popular it
was exceedingly obnoxious. The writing, to me, has
ways been irresistible. Through the long decades I
couldn't stop reading it because the lan-
guage and the style were glittering. But
all through those years Time Magazine
was as reactionary as all get out. I
still think it was to a great extent re-
j aponsible for the Cold War, for Henry
I Luce told his minions to make Russia
out to be the worst of all enemies. Rus-
sia is a problem, as is Communist China,
but what this nation had to learn was
not on the battlefield but on the field of service to the
disacivanl aged of the Third World. Now we have learned
that. And so, at long last, have the Lucemagazines..
Another thing about Time that ikkled me. (Ikkle
means "rubbed me wrong.") In the old days whenever it
doalt with a Jewish subject, it made Jewishness out to be
esjotic, bizarre or odd, exactly as Henry Luce thought it
was. And Time pretended to give us reportage on Israel,
I
I
but it never was reportage. It was "distortage." Now
Time has changed. In recent articles on Judaism it has
caught the correct spirit of our faith and has enabled its
readers to catch it too.
As for Israel, Time now gives that Jewish land a
break. Indeed, a recent Time piece on "Israel's Stake in
Black Africa" is superb, as it tells how much the Jewish
republic has done for the wellbeing of a host of Negro
nations.
In the old days Time was also superciliously omnis-
cent It blithely pontificated about everything. It was a
"know-it-all." Now Time is more hunmble. The style
still glistens. But it is much more liberal. And it shows,
if not partiality to, at least understanding of, the Jewish
point of view. And Judaism comes out looking sensible,
not odd.
The only trouble is that Time is not as prosperous as
it used to be. Darn it. When it was most influential, it was
detestable. Now that it has become tolerable, it's slipping.
I hope Luce papers will, to use one of their favorite ex-
pressions, "up their readership."
DATELINE JERUSALEM ByEliohu Sdpeter
What Worries Moscow
IX THE LONG RUN, a detente between the U.S.
and IUd China would probably benefit Israel. But
in the short rim. the effect may make things worse
II makes them better and, in
some respects at least, it may turn
out to be a somewhat mixed bless-
As the Israelis see it, the only
real danger of imposed settlement
would occur if Washington Winced
first and decided to force unac-
ceptable concessions on Israel
rather than to confront the Rus-
sians. A Peking-Washington detente would quite
obviously reduce the risks Moscow could afford to
take in any Middle East brinkmanship. In fact, hav-
ing to worry more than ever before over its long
borders with China would make the Soviet Union
less able than before to ask exhorbitant prices for
any concessions on its part in the Mediterranean
or other parts of the world.
Russia's official foreign affairs weekly, the New
York Times, in one of its first comments on the
planned Nixon trip to Peking, warned its readers
that a Chinese-American detente would enable the
U.S. to shift the focus of its attention from the Far
East to counter Soviet interests in other places "for
example Europe and the Mediterranean." One need
not too much imagination to realize what worries
Moscow. Should an end to involvement in Vietnam
and a general relaxation in the Far Fast enable the
United States to move some planes to Western
Europe and some units of the Seventh Fleet join the
Sixth in the Mediterranean, the impact of the shift
of balance in Russia's favor would be reduced il not
halted.
Yet, the Israelis also assume that once the
Communist Chinese are seated in the U.N. they
may well become there the focus of anti-Israel ac-
tivity. This would serve to prove that though they
made some deals with the Americans, they have not
sold out and continue to be the "spearhead of anti-
imperialist and anti-colonialist forces," as they like
to describe themselves. Moreover a Peking-Wash-
ington reapproachement would probably spur So-
viet-Chinese competition for the favor of Afro-
Asian nations, including the Arabs. This may lead
Moscow and Peking to try to out-do each other in
anti-Israel attitude.
Book Review By SEYMOUR B. L1EBMAN
Good, Bad And
Indifferent Books
fin: BOOK Across The Border by Bella I
sworth (Yiddlsher Kultur flarband. $5.95) is a
collection of vignettes translated from the Y,
by Max Rosenfeld. The bri, f ac-
count- ites, etc., have a
Yiddlsher tarn. Thej will arouse
tor some. The back-
ground tor mosl accounts is nv
York ind Poland. The characters
are simple people whose experi-
ences exude ethnic flavor.
The novel, This Town Needs A
Doctor by Libbie Block (Double-
day & Co.. $6.95), is set in a small New England
town. The "dark side" of the townfolk forms part
of the suspense-filled plot. It is a pleasure to read
a modern book that tells a highly exciting, readable
story without obscenities, pornography or attempts
at erotic filillation.
Bring Mo to the Banqueting House by Sol
Biderman 'Pyramid Books, S.95) is a first novel.
The scene is a Jewish orphanage in Denver during
World War II. The author's talents are not suf-
ficient to meaningfully delinate the phobias and
mental turmoil and processes of a child or adoles-
cent evi n if they are based on autobiographical
memories. The effort to do so, however, is boring.
Lippineott, $5.95) consists of cardboard characters
Lippincot?. $5.95) consists ofcardboard characters
who engage in dull, i>seudo-sophisticatcd dialogue.
An infusion of life in the latter part of the book is
too little and too late. I must confess to an irrita-
tion caused by the use of the past tense of the verb
"to get." When I read "got" three times on one
page, the author "got" my prejudices. The author
would be well-advised to develop the "painting and
film-making' activities in which he is interested.
These fields require less three-dimensional portray-
als.
Gloria R Moseson's The Jewish War Veteran*
Story (J.W.V., $5.951 is the account of the organiza-
tion four.cl-.-d in 1896 as the Hebrew Union Veterans.
The author traces its growth and the development
of its role on the American scene. It is a house
organ publication.
The Voyage of the Pram Joseph by James Yaf-
fee (Pocket Books, $1.25) is a fictionalized account
of the ill-fated St. Louis. We regret what happened
to the ship and we regret the book.
i.

As We Were Saying
By ROBERT SEGAL
A National Scandal
^ FEW WEEKS AGO Sen. Walter F. Mondale of Min-
nesota, conscientious chairman of the Senate Sub-
committee on Migrant Labor, said that two years of
tireless effort to record legislative gains
for migrant farm workers have brought
a painfully small measure of success.
One of the most powerless groups in the
nation who toil for a pittance in an
atmosphere of neglect is pitted against
one of the most powerful American
units, the big business farmers with an-
nual income estimated at more than
M.OOO.COO.000. How badly such legisla-
te" :- n-, ded can be seen in the fact that idealistic anti-
POverty lawyers today are arrested for trespassing when
near the migrants to examine working
th J ""' s''> hbtory of migratory labor in
,' States, powerful farm bloc. a( both national
have fought proposals after proposal for
'ealt*..housing, sanitation, wages, and work-
Jj ; f ol migrants. Medical studies have shown
'......" '""->' fr migrants is 49 yearn, death through
I '"' 2f tyJMM '' l"" na,i"al ^t the
v. Il-entrenched and greedy forces profiting bv the sweat
;;-.:. U have seen to it that the National Lt^r T^la-
have ,h kead 7 C0K>r ,hcm and that <--hild *** laws
of Vv"uhi0,nOtwhUVe 1 g back and road "" drapes
h r^^rinT-ttendancy f fa ^
wZJKSSJSlZ 222 charKCS if they dare
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"SS


^
Uwnber 10, 1971
+Jewlst Meridian
Page 15-A

M. Giller, president of
National Bank at
Isles, has been ap-
head of the Dade
subcommittee of the
hie Education Committee
Florida Bankers Associa-
te objective of the com-
lis to examine methods of
Ig the American Free en-
system in Dade County
rong Attack !n
U.N. Expected
biiliiiiud from 1'aRe 1-A)
jrael for building projects in
KToruaalem.
Unttod states believe*
fitiit-U final internattonahza
of the -itv is hammered out
|i- counte of full peace neo-
bns, Israel should refrain
making; any permanent
tag In it* status. Tfce Jor-
^iis want to emphtelze I-
allta.nl JudatilnK" or Hie
lit the expense of it* Arab
koto, and to call for a Serur-
roiincil inspection team to
pgate blMh allege* atrocl-
(i..ii deaeorattooB,
Americans are trying to
lade th" Jordanians on the
p' point, realizing that Israel
Li not permit such a group
iiter hi territory, nd the
i not enforce any such
But ion. Israel plans to
fcter with full exposure of
luran desecration of holy
a id its |w>licy of keeping
11 oly City almost completely
at .lews during its 19-year
|potion.
the (ieneral Asseirihly, I*-
, axpeota to be attacked on
main i routs: the Golan
hts. by Syria, and the aego-
t>iis HtjUetnate by Egypt and
e. The Committee on the
lm ion of Racial Mscrlmi-
pn voted nine-to-four in fa-
pf drawing (ienerul Aaaembly
btion t Israeli practice* in
Heights, which Syria lost in
K1 Committee has charged
Israel exjK'lled Arab resi-
* of the area. Israel count-
I with charges of Syrian dis-
lination and persecution of
[Jewish citizens, as well as
Bis of any wrongdoing in the
iVit.-
three-member Committee
hireatlgato Israeli llractloe*
f* i )<< ii|,i,.|| Territories plans
uhinit its final report to Sec-
ry General 0 Thant on Se^rt.
he day before the Assembly
Th-.int is expected to pub-
the results of what Israel
partisan inve-.tir.tion, for
ussioii by the Assembly.
the general diplomatic
p, Prance is expected to open-
Vide with Kgypt and the So-
ion in their position that
fUo
el alone is responsible for
[ current negotiations stale-
Foreign Minister Maurice
Umann is expected to push
[a Bie Four initiative, in line
i the French assessment that
i a Rijj Four decision can set-
[Middle East problems.

r^
'^i -JLfc. ^M aVftaaiLm ^** "* A
Consul General Moshe Gilboa
congratulates Judge Zev W.
Kogan, president, J.N.F. South-
ern Region for outstanding ser-
vice to Jewish National Fund of
Israel.
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^Jewish Floridian
pni. Florida Friday, September 10, 1971
Section B
Federation's 33rd Annual
Meeting Scheduled Oct. 7
33rd annual meeting and
1 '71 campaign tribute dinner
ireater Miami Jewish Peti-
tion, will be held Thursday,
il the Deauville Hotel, Fed-
president Milton Weiss h IS
d.
ireater Miami Jewish com-
Y will honor the recipients
first Aliyah Sculptures, a
: unique bronze medallions,
ch depicting one of six events in
! history of the Jewish people.
Ills >ear's presentation will be
11 to the Pacesetters, those
i have been in the forefront in
t*pting the responsibility for
eaUislup-in-Kiving to the 1971
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund campaign.
Preparation for the 1972 cam-
lign will also get under way dur-
the evening, but there will be
solicitation of funds. The eve-
lorida JWV To Hear Report
Aug. National Convention
rhe Department of Florida,
pwish War Veterans, will hold its
>u:ieil of administration and quar-
irly meeting in the Diplomat
I y Club. Hallandale. Sunday
' a.m., Peter Bluesten, state
inder, has announced.
gates from 23 Florida posts
hear reports on the organiza-
tional convention in Min-
ks last month by Alnslee R:
vice chairman of JWV's
i : executve committee, and
m Berman, commander of the
' legion.
S. Falk, associate treasurer.
In addition to the officers, the
board of directors includes Samuel
I. Ad'.er, Sim Blank, So! Center,
Ju l.v Irving Cypen, Julius Darsky,
Leo Eisenstein, A. J. Harris, Sam
J. Heiman, Richard J. Horwich,
Howard Kane. Aaron M. Kanner.
Mrs. Jack Katzman. Mrs. Jerome
L. Kipnis. Sidney Lefeourt, Dr.
Irving Lehrman, Mrs. Burton R.
Levey, Harry A. Levy, Dr. Max A.
Lipachitz, Joseph M. Lipton. Sam
Luby, Jr., Saul J. Morgan, Stanley
C. Myers, Dr. Joseph R. Narot.
Max Orovitz, Irving Rubin, Dan
B. Ruskin. Mendell M. Selig, Jacob
Sher, Fred K. Shochet, William D.
Singer, Harold Thurman, Robert
H. Traurig, Howard J. Trinz and
Carl Weinkle.
Gala Reception Wednesday
To Fete Israeli Visitors
MILTON mtSS, President
Greater Miami Jewish federation
ning will also feature the election
of officers and board members and
the presentation of the Presidents'
Leadership Award for 1971.
The officers and hoard of direc-
tors of the Federation comprising
the 33rd annual meeting committee
include Milton Weiss, president:
Samuel N. Friedland. honorary
president; Leon Kaplan, immediate
oast president; Shepard Broad.
Pivid P. Catsman. David B. Flee-
man, Robert Russell and Harry B.
Smith, vice presidents; L. Jules
Arkin. secretary; Mrs. Sol Gold-
stein, associate secretary; Morton
man, treasurer, and Walter
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It will be reunion time for the
hundreds of Miami Beach residents
who have visited Israel in recent
months through the Histadrut
Study Missions on Wednesday
when a gala reception is held at
the Fontaineblcau Hotel.
During their visits to Israel, Mi-
ami Beachites made many friends
and visited many major Israeli
cities as well as the country's kib-
butzim; the reception, which will
fete a group of Israelis who are
culminating a week-long Florid i
tour in Miami Beach, will give
them an opj>ortunity to renew old
friendships and discuss their visit.
The tour, cosponsored by Kl Al
Airlines, the Israel Government
Tourist Office and the Hlstadrul
Foundation, was planned to give
Israelis an insight into our State.
The reception, to be held in the
East Ballroom at p.m. will be
attended by the Hon. Moshe Gil-
boa, Consul General of the State
of Israel, and Amram Zur, North
American Representative of the
Israel Ministry of Tourism.
Greetings will be extended to
the travelers by Mayors Jay Dor-
mer. Miami Beach and Steve
Clark, of Dade County. Mayor
Clark recently returned from a
Histadrut Study Mission to Israel
where he dedicated the South Flor-
Ida Medical Center in Bcershobi.
die brael Histadrut Council <>f
South Florida is suonsoring the
affair; Judge Herbert S. Shapiro
la serving as chairman.
Rabbi Leon Kronish. national
chairman of the Histadrut Coun-
cil, will be among the featured
speakers; entertainment by noted
Israeli singer, Gadi Elon, will round
out the evening.
Reservations must be made in
advance and tickets, at a nominal
fee, may be obtained by calling or
visiting the Histdrut office. One
Lincoln Road Building, Miami
Beach.
Yanich, Gross To
Be Guests Fridav
Yosef Yanich, regional director
of the American Jewish Congress,
and Rabbi Alexander S. Gross.
|>t incipal of the Hebrew Academy
of Greater Miami, will be guests
on the "Florida Jewish Hour'' to
be aired Fridav at 11:30 a.m. on
WCIX-TV. Ch. 6.
Mr. Yanich will discuss current
efforts to aid the Jews of the So-
viet Union on the weekly program
moderated by Gerald Schwartz.
Rabbi Gross will discuss "The Cri-
sis in Jewish Education."
now in progress
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*Je*istFk>ridlian
Friday, September 10, 1971
\
Berezin Attending JWB's
National Health Institute
[yron A. Berezin, executive di-
rector of the YM-YWKA of Great-
er Miami, in amonu some 150
health and physical education ex-
perts and social group workers
i. >m Jewish Community Centers
and YM-YWHAs throughout the
Vnited States and Canada attend-
ing the Jewish Welfare Board's
sixth annual Health and Physical
EdbcatloA Institute in New York
this week.
The Institute's central theme is
the potential of the Jewish Com-
munity Center as an important
force for preserving people'* health
and prolonging their lives. William
Kahrt. executive vice president of
the St. Louis Jewish Community
Centers Association and president
of the Association of Jewish Cen-
ter Workers, will bo the keynote
speaker.
Dr. Nanette K. Wenger, associ-
ate professor of medicine. Emory
Cdntor Yovneh Conducts
Rabbi Isaac Hirsch Ever wil!
deliver the message preceding the
Seliccho servias at Agudnth Israel
Hebrew Institute, Miami Beach
S itordey. The midnight service
w.l) \x- the first conducted bv Can-
tor Moshe Yavneh at the Orthodox
synagogue. The public is invited;
there is no admission charge.
< ancly Striper Car Wash
The Candy SJfrlpers, vofuntept
teenagers of Variety Children's-
I-UMpital are sponsoring a car
wash Saturday from 8 a.m. to 6
p.m. at Early's C'ilRo Station. 670U
SW 56th St. All proceeds go tc
the lv>*; I .
University School of Medicine and
Cardiac Clinic director at Grady
Memorial Hospital and Dr. Klls-
worth R. Bushkirk, director ot lab-
oratory for Human Performance
Research at Pennsylvania State
University, will describe the place
of exercise in the prevention and
treatment of heart disease.
Sessions on "Center Physical Fit-
ness Programs for Older Adults."
"Perceptual Motor Development
in Pre-Sehool Age Children." "Ear-
ly Elementary Physical Education
Programs," "Drugs and Drug
Abuse/' "Health Education."
"Health Clubs," and "Gymnastics"
will be included. Exhibits on new
health equipment and services and
other audio-vicual aids will also
be displayed.
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Sisterhood Slate
To Be Installed
The officers of the Sisterhood of
Temple Beth Sholom will be for-
j mally installed with poetry ar.:l
an", by Dr. Lebn Kronish, siiritual
leader of Beth Sho'om and Cantor
David Convtser at Sisterhood's an-
n ial membership tea Wednesday
noon.
Taking the oath of office as
president, will he Mrs. Meyei
Kotler. vice presidents will include
the Mesdames Irving Miller, Allan
Wilson, Marvin Stonberg. Irwin
TVplis, Paul Paithfield. Michael
Alliin, Kenneth Hershey. Leonard
Plaff. Robert Joel. David Drucker
and Julius Ser. Mrs. Eli Lurie
will be sworn is as recording sec-
retary; Mrs. Marvin Marx as cor-
responding secretary; Mrs. Abram
Blum and Mrs. Sydney Levy, fi-
nancial secretaries: M s. Ethel
Shapiro, treasurer, and Mrs. Leon
Kronish, chaplain.
The committee in charge of
I arrangements includes the Mes-
dames Abram Blum, Philip Davis.
I Henry Hallman, James Kncpke,
Marvin Stor.berg, Sam Loiner, Syd
Levy. Paul Ruthfield. Jack Sha-
piro. Leon Unger and Peter Woiss-
man. is headed by Mrs. Irwin Tep-
Us. membership chairman, and Mrs.
Marvin Stonberg, chairman of the
dav.
Life members of the Sisterhood
will be honored at the luncheon,
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Jc n fist, ITk iriicEiiaiin
Levy, Brodie Representing
Miami At Fall Conference
Page 3-3
Harry a. Levy, ;i member tA the
i Miami Jewlab Federation'!
I ird of directors, and Myron J
HARRY A. LEVY
Brodie, Fiviorat ion's associate
pxccutlve director, are among
more than 200 communal leaders
and Federation executives from
some '-i1 cities in the United States
and Canada who are attending the
fall quarterly meetings of the
; i mi direction of the Council
i h f derations and Welfare
Is U'IKi this weekend Nev
. I '... Max M. Fisher, Detroit,
sident has announced.
The agenda of the four-da;
. designed to give lay and pro-
! leadei-s of American and
Canadian Jewish communities their
first opportunity to preview ami
assess 1972 domestic, overseas and
Israel needs and to develop guide-
lines for community action, will
be provided by a series of national
committee meetings focused on
the major areas of Jewish com-
munal responsibility.
HitrhliRhting the sessions is the
plenary forum of the Campaign
Services Committee Friday from
10 a.m. to 3 p.m., where partici-'
pants will hear reports from three
communal leaders projecting the
I S Ol priority and need con
"rontin i-' I >r itlons at home
! is, as well as Israel's Health,
fftttKg ,*i!,i ."'Ration ...
Scheduled lo address this
are Mr. Fisher. CJF vice president
Raymond Epstein of Chicago, a
participant in the reconstituted
Jewish AgencCs ii,st Assembly
i: Jerusalem in June, and E
Sanders, campaign chairman of
the K.vish Federation Council of
Greater Los Angeles.
Recommendations of that meet-
ing will be presented to CJF's
board of directors, which will reach
x consensus on the campaign plan-
ning required to meet Israel's
emergency funding for the sixth
successive year, as well as local
national and other overseas needs
and services whose costs must be
met through Federated regular
campaigns.
Other sessions will deal with
Federation relationship to day
era] Assembly in Pittsburgh. Now
10-14, the Large City Budgeting
( (inference, formulation of rules
\{ guidelines for the recently es-
Smolar Award (or Ex-
cellence in American-Jewish Jour-
nalism and Social Planning and
Rest arch.
In conjunction with the board
and committee meetings, the Fed-
oration campaign dir ictors and the
Committee on Data Processing will
hold separate two-day institutes.
Mr. Brodie will make a special
presentation at the Campaign Di-
rectors Institute.
The CJF ;s the association of
central community organizations
Federations, Welfare Funds. Com-
munity Councils sd-ving SO'J
Jewish communities in the United
States and Canada. It aids these
communities to mobilize maximum
support for the UJA and othei
overseas agencies, as well as for
major national and local services
involving financing, planning an;)
operating health, welfare, cultural
educational, community relation
and other programs benefiting ..!'
resident-;.
Mrs. Morton Perry Named By U-Miami
Mis. Prise-ilia Perry has been ap-
pointed assistant to the directoi
of The Center for '"rban Studies
at tin University of Miami, Prof.
Carl K. B. McHenry announced.
Mrs. P< rry, who will be respon-
sible for projects in the area o,
urban affairs in the general and
mie community, is the editor
of ".Miami Interaction!" a jo
on urban problems published by
th University of Miami, and has
been an instructor in the th
Relations Depart
nerved her Masl ; .
ties and Public AJ i
specialty in UrJ n A Cain .. a
the University of Mia ni.
The wife of Judge
she is a former OSSO
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B'nai B'rith in I cut
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*Jewisti Meridian
Mrs. Goldstein Cochairman
Friday, September 10, 19? I
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Of First Women's Institute
Mrs. Sol Goldstein of Miami
Boach will serve as cochairman
for the first Women's Institute
for the Southeast and Southwest
regions to be staged by The United
Jewish Appeal and the Council of
Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds.
The two-day conclave will tret
underway in New Orleans Tues-
day, with the New Orleans Jewish
Federation serving as hosts. The
conlVrence will focus on major
areas of Jewish communal com-
mitment and concern at home, in
Israel and other overseas lands.
The National Committee on
Women's Communal Service of the
CJF and the National Women's
Division of the UJA arc co-spon-
sors of the inaugural institute.
Keynote addresses will be made
by Mrs. Howard Lcvine, whose
topic will be "Women's Role
Helping to improve the Quality of
Jewish Life in Our Communities;"
Mrs. Bernard Schaencn, on "Over-
seas Needs: To Project Issues and
Concerns for 1972;" and Ted
Comet. CJF Consultant on Over-
seas Services, discussing "World
Jewry Its Interaction and Inter-
dependence." Mrs. Levine leads
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divisions' programs for building
year-round communal commitment
through mini-missions, state com-
mittees, overseas missions, volun-
teer programs and special pro-
grams to reach young married*,
women's organizations, and the re-
cruitment of new volunteers; and
a session on techniques for improv-
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reports from Nashville and Hous-
ton as well as insights into the
campaign experiences of smallcr-
si/.cd communities.
Cochairmen for the Women's
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chairman of the Women's Com-
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Joseph Cohen of New Orleans,
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Friday, September 10, 1971 -
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Friday, September 10, 1971
Mrs. Leonard Adler To
Serve A Second Term
Mrs. Leonard Adlor will be in-
stalled for a second term as presi-
dent of the Hebrew Acad?my
Women Sunday night during the
Miami Beach school's anrrfra! ffT *WAP "* tiv.iturer tor the sominff
stallation dinner at tlic Deauville
Hotel. The banquet, which gets un-
dei way at 6:30 p.m., also will mark
the installation of officers, direc-
tors and trustees of the Greater
Miami Hebrew Academy.
Airs. Leonard Rosen will take of-
fice as chairman of the board of
the Hebrew Academy Women.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal
of the Souths largest Hebrew day
school, will serve as the Installing
officer.
Mrs. Joseph Shapiro will be
sworn in as honorary life presi-
dent, with Mrs. Jacob D. Katz as
honorary president.
New vice presidents include Mrs.
Emanuel I'ngar, Mrs. Gabriel
Deutsch, Mrs. Howard Tow'.iin,
Mrs. Julius Roseastein, Mrs. Mur-
ray Gilman, Mrs. Gidalio Felden-
kreis. Mrs. Josh Rephun, Mrs. S.
Louis Schwartz and Mrs. Henry
Stern.
Mrs. J. Jerry Schnechtcr, will
year; Mrs. Harold Tokayer as fi-
nancial secretary and Mrs. Carl
Brandos. Mrs. Sue Hermon and
Mrs. Milton Goldman as corre-
sponding secretaries. Mrs. Louis
Ciment will be installed as tele-
phone secretary with Mrs. Carl
rand as her assistant; Mrs. Sven
Stausholm will be registrar for
the new year; Mrs. Sidney Rubin-
owitz and Mrs. David S. Andron.
honorary life presidents; Mrs. Sam-
uel Remhard. honorary lite vice
president, and Mrs. Joseph E.
Rackovsky. honorary life treas-
urer and chaplain.
Past presidents to serve as an
advisory council include Mrs. Sam-
uel Cohen, Mrs. Irving Firtel, Mrs
Irwin H. Makovsky, Mrs. M H
Rosenhouse, Mrs. Alfred Stone.
Mrs. Sam Rosner. Mrs. Louis
MakOVSky and Mrs. Leonard Rosen.
Officers, Directors
Will Be Consecrated
During the Friday evening serv-
ices Dr. Leon Kronish, spiritual
of Temple Beth Sholom,
a ill consecrate the officers and
tore of the temple, Including
Katzin, | n sldent; Hai ry Blum-
Marvin Cooper, David Miller
and Philip Postelnek, \i_" presi-
( ents; .1 inn s S. Knopke, treasurer:
Gar) Gerson, financial secretary,
and Leonard Miller, general Sec-
iry.
On the board of directors are
Jack A. Abbott. James M. Albert.
Norman Arkin, Abram Baker. Jo-
nas Brotman. Morris Cooper. Leon
J. Ell, Abe C. Fine, Milton Gaynor,
Harold Oanoff, Dr. Robert Jaffe.
Frank Kamen, Irving B. Kaplan,
Dr. Leo Iipvin, Dr. Sanford I-ovine,
Alex Levinson. Alvin Lowe, George
JMildwoff, Howard Miller, Morry
B. Morris, Joseph Nevel, Samuel |
Rob'nson, Dr. Robert Rosen. Dr.
Walter Sail, Philip Schlissel, Jack
Shapiro, Harry B. Smith, Ralph
Spero and Harold Zinn.
The ra irmon will deal with
the topie: "There's No Freeze On
Loyalty and Le.uk.ship;" the s[K'-
cial consecration service will tie in
with the rabbi's theme.
"This is a very special Shabhat
when we give special recognition
to selfless service," says Rabbi
Kronish. "Considering that we live
in an age in which the philosophy
'what's-in-it-for-mc?' is so domi-
nant, we are, indeed, blessed with
a dedicated group of officers and
directors who know how to give of
themselves and their substance."
Miami Area Women's Division, Hebrew
University Presents Activities Of Future
"Member bring a Member
Brunch" will be the first activity
of the Women's Division of the
Hebrew University, Greater Miami
firea, according to Mrs. Jack Katz-
man, praesidium president. Mrs.
Phillip F. Thau will chair the
affair.
Calendar of future events in-
cludes an installation luncheon on
Oct. 21; a patron luncheon on Nov.
IS, and a "Woman of the Year"
luncheon on Dec. 21. Mrs. Florence
Feldman will be in charge of
Women"* Division activities.
A highlight of the group's first
board meeting of the new club year
was held on Sept. 2 at the regional
offices, 605 Lincoln Rd., a talk
wai liven by Gerald Serotta, who
completed his third year program
at Hebrew University and will re-
turn shortly for additional study.
Mr. Serotta. who is a rabbinical
student, spoke on Hebrew Univer-
sity, its many-faceted activities and
his impressions and reactions as an
American student.
Hebrew University faces its
largest admissions influx in the
last decade. Scholarship funding is
of critical importance, esoecially
for the economic disadvantage!I.
However, building plans are well
under way for additional dormi-
tories and academic facilities, in-
cluding work in the cancer re-
search field, it was reported.
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*Je*isti fhridiain
Friday, September 10, 1971
SOCIAL BRIEFS
by Isabel Grove
Although the holiday weekend
weather alternated sunshine and
rain, there was plenty of time in
between for the residents of Mor-
ton Towers to get a sun-tan and
swim in the ocean and the pool at
the Saxony Hotel where they gath-
ered, 90 strong, to spend Friday
evening, Saturday, Sunday and
Monday. Mannie Mentz, in his 6th
year as president of the 1500
Men's Club, knows what his mem-
bers like and supplied plenty of
entertainment.
Genial Mannie engages in many
additional activities. He is a mem-
ber of the Council Safety Commit-
tee of Miami Beach, on the board of
the Hatrkvah Lodge B'nai B'rith,
and serves as a director of Temple
Emanu-El and the Civic League.
He is also the customer relations
officer at Washington Federal Sav-
ings & Loan Association.
His vivacious wife Gus has given
her heart to Hadassah. She served
as president of the Morton Towers
Hadassah group for four years, is
a vice president of the Miami
Beach Chapter, and a director of
social clubs in the North and South
Bldgs., Morton Towers Women's
Organization 1500 Club.
Among guests were Arthur and
Irene Smith with their daughter
and son-in-law, the Maury Cous-
ins, who had their (win daughters.
11-year-old Andrea Helen and Gale
Brooke, and 8-year-old Glen Rob-
ert, with them.
Among those enjoyinc the show.
"Sensuous Dames," at the Eden
Roc on Friday night, were Sarah
Bondet, Sylvia Grapek, Marvin
Dworkin, Caiman and Mildred
Feinsilber. Also Whitey and Betty
Forman, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mil-
stone. Alice Freeman and finance
Sam Norkeen. At dinner on Satur-
day, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schwartz
had her daughter Rona and spouse
Shelley Aberman, as well as Mrs.
Frances Lehman, as guests, fol-
lowed by a trip to the Deauville
Hotel for the show there. Also with
a daughter and son-in-law as guests
for the evening's activities was Joe
Wolfowirz introducing Ann and
Paul Udis on a visit from New
York. Others seen during the 3-day
holiday, Bon and Esther Braver-
man, Alice and Joe Schwartz, Dr.
Charles and Mrs. Becker, Mr. and
.Mrs. Ed Wolk, Frieda Tobey, and
still newlyweds, Mr. and Mrs. Max
Killer with constant companions
Joe Goodman and Louis Greifer.
Added excitement at Sunday
night dinner was a happy anniver-
sary cake presented to Sam and
Helen Oppenheim, marking their
54th milestone in the same place
that they celebrated their 50th an-
niversary tour years before; and a
happy birthday cake to Betty
Kahan, with husband Henry en-
joying it almost as much as she did.
The kick-off ror a local NCJW
child care center is being held at a
National Council Jewish Women
Sept. 16 luncheon at the Jockey
Club. Hosting it are Martha (Mrs.
Stanley C.) Myers, Myra (Mrs.
Aaron) Farr, Reva (Mrs. Irving
L.) Wexler and Dorothy (Mrs.
Edwin B.) Oppenheim, all national
officers and board members of
NCJW. Inspiration for the group
is the current conditions and need-
ed legislation for child care facili-
ties.
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Native Floridian, Miami
Beachite Ellen Shapiro, who has
been teaching for the past four
years at Robert E. Lee Junior High.
'ins been awarded a scholarship to
Syracuse University for a major in
education. Daughter of Mrs. An-
nette Shnpiro and noted attorney,
the lpte Sam Shapiro, Ellen is a
product of education at Beach
Elementary. Nautilus, Miami Beach
High and the University of Miami
where she belonged to Delta Phi
Epsilon. Having just returned
from an extensive trip to Europ?
ind Israel, Ellen repacked and
left for Syracuse on Monday.
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Making plans for the Mount
Sinai Hospital Presidents' Ball are
cochairmen Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Jacobs and Benjamin Kline. The
Dec. 18 dinner-dance will be at the
Diplomat Hotel with Peter Duchin
providing the music.
Galil Chapter Sets
Year's 1st Meeting
Galil Chapter of Mizrachi Wom-
en will hold its first meeting of
the year Tuesday at 8:30 p.m. in
the home of Mrs. Norman Bloom,
1140 NE 176th St. The evening's
program will feature a slide uns-
entation: "Progrestlon of Israel
1971." by Henry Kramarz, reprc-
senting the American Committee
for Shaare Zedek Hospital. Jeru-
salem. Mrs. Rao Klein is chapter
president; Mrs. Simon Murciano is
program vice president.
Aviva Chapter will hold a social
and card party at 1 p.m. Monday
in the home of Mr. ar.d Mrs. Abra-
ham Barkan. 330 SW 27th Rd.
Mrs. Barkan, ways and means vice
president, is chairman of the event,
proceeds of which go to Mizrachi
children in Israel; Mrs. Helen
Lewie is cochairman and Mrs. Si-
mon April is chapter president.
Natalie Greenfield Guest
Natalie Greenfield of Weight
Watchers was the guest speaker
at the first general meeting held
by North Dade Women's Ameri-
can ORT in the Washington Fed-
eral Building, North Miami Beach,
this week.
'Women9 To Be Featured
At Temple Beth Sholom
"Women" will be featured at
Miami Beach's liberal congrega-
tion, Temple Beth Sbolom, next
Dorothy Kmopkt Judy Platt
Wednesday the Sisterhood will
hold its opening tea at noon, and
a "Two Women" show will open
the temple's Lowe-Levinson Art
Gallery season at 8:15 p.m.
The opening will be marked by
a champagne reception in honor
of the "two women." artists Judy
Platt and Dorothy Knopke, whose
exhibit of water colors, oils and
acrylics will be on display through
Oct. 8.
Judy (Mrs. Leonard Platt) is a
graduate of the High School of
Music and Ant in New York City.
She majored in art at Syracuse
University and also studied under
the late Prof. Manfred Schwartz,
the late Prof. Manfred Schwartz
and spent three years at the Art
Students League in New York.
Mrs. Plartt, a vice president of
the temple's Sisterhood, has ex-
hibited at the Miami Design Der-
by, Temple Beth Sholom's Lowe-
Levinson Gallery, Windsor Arts of
Miami, and the Dufy Gallery in
New York.
Miss Knopke, a graduate of Mi-
ami Beach Senior High School, re-
ceived the Junior Scholastic Art
Award while she was a student
there. As a student at the Univer-
sity of Oklahoma, where she ob-
tained her Bachelor of Fine Arts
degree, she received Honorable
Mention for her work, and later,
as a post-graduate art student in
the University of the Americas in
Pueblo, Mexico, her works were
displayed at the Instituto Latino-
Americano in Mexico City. Miss
Knopke has also attended classes
at the Maimi Art Institute and at
the Miami Art Center.
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p.-ni'-. Jean EtosHe became the
bride of Luke Anthony Ross Thurs-
loay, Sept. 2, in 8 p m. cer. monies
'conducted by Rabbi Norman Sha-
piro and Cantor Richard Brow.ly
n tli.' Doral Hotel, Miami Beach.
The bride, daughter of Mrs. Pa'il-
ene Ka.sile and Frank Basile of
Cleveland. Ohio, graduated from
Ohio University, Athens, Ohio. Her
husband, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Ross. 137 Shore Drive West, is a
graduate of the University of
Miami.
For her wedding, the new Mrs.
Ross selected a gown of ivory
mosaic lace with satin ribbon trim
and ruffled sleeves and a mantilla-
like veil. She was attended by her
sisters, Mrs. William C. King,
matron of honor, Mrs. Warren
Lamb, Mrs. Dennis M. Fill, and
Mrs. Frank J. Basile. her sister-in-
law were bridesmaids. Her niece.
Kelly Ann King, served as flower
girl.
The groom's brother, Bruce S.
Ross, was best man; ushers in-
cluded John Marzullo. John Re-
viere. Dr. Bertram Brown and
Frank Lavecchia.
After a weekend in Paradise Is-
land, Nassau, they will be at
home at 7326 SW 80th St. Plaza.
i
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Board Meeting
Mrs. Irving Weissman, presi- V
dent, will conduct the 10 a.m. to *j
2 p.m. fall board meeting of the
Florida Region of Hadassah next
Wednesday at the Eden Roc Hotel.
A fund-raising institute has also
been scheduled at the Eden Roc
with Mrs. Leonard Wolpe, imme-
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Fiiday. September 10, 1971
+Jewisii fhricffimn
Page 9-B
Shelley R. Lipson Becomes the Bride Of Luke A. Ross
tS^A^SalSTmi ;'l::i,S,,lin.:1n uo were bridesmaids. H. John .served as ushers.
MRS. LUKE A. ROSS
Young Israel Registering
Young Israel of Greater Miami,
f<90 NE 171st St., North Miami
Beach, is still registering students,
t.ges six to 14 for its Hebrew
School. A new curriculum and for-
mat has been planned; informa-
tion on schedules and courses may
lie obtained from the synagogue
office.
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David Congregation on Sunday
Sept. 5. Rabbis Sol Landau and
Eliezer A. Levi and Cantors Wil-
lian \V. Lipson and Abraham Ros-
ter officiated at the 5 p.m. cere-
monies which wore followed by a
reception and dinner at the syna-
gogue.
The newlyweds are the children
of Cantor and Mrs. William \V.
Lipson and Mr. and Mrs. Michael
Covin.
The new Mrs. Covin is a grad-
uate of Miami Senior High School.
She received her B.A. degree in
Audiology and S]>eech Pathology
from the University of Miami anil
recently completed a year of grad-
uate study in audiology at Emory
University School of Medicine.
The bridegroom, a graduate of
Miami Palmetto Senior High
School, attended Emory Univer-
sity and received his B.S. decree
from the School of Hotel Adminis-
tration at Cornell University. He
has recently accepted the position
of Director of Food Services at
North Carolina State University at
Raleigh.
The bride selected a gown of
eggshell white jersey maricane.
The high-rise bodice and cuffs of
the bishop sleeves were reem-broid-
ered with floral Guippere lace, and
a matching headpiece held her
chapel-length veil.
Denise Lipson was her sister's
maid of honor. Mrs. Ray Apple-
baum, Mrs. Barry Covin, Sue Ru-
McDargh was best man. and Vail Grandparents of the newlyweds;
Darby, Barry Covin, Brad Emmer, J Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brinker of
Akron. Ohio, and Mr. and Mr*.
Isaac Emmer of Miami, were in-
cluded in the bridal party.
After honeymooning in North
Carolina, the couple will make
their home in Rale igh
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fJcwist fk>rkSi3iin
Friday, September 10, 1971
Mrs. Leon Kronish Named
For Woman Of Valor Award
Sisterhood Presents Panel
Sew, Negro, Cuban, Protestant
and Catholic in the Popiel So-
itte sisuih-od of Temple Belli ..,,, ,,.,,! l:)r)30 w. Dixie Hwy., at
Moshe will present the "Pantl ol sl- ^ m Monday. A qiu.siion-and-
Am. ..can Women" a wluM t J. io(1 ', follow the pan-
group of local women who tell of ~
Lillian (Mrs. Leon i Kronish,
wife of the spiritual loader of Tem-
ple Beth Sholom and a life-long
dedicated worker for Israel, has
been named for the "Woman of
Valor" award, highest award which
the Stale of Israel bestows on a
woman, according to Michael Lit-
\ak, director of the Greater Miami J
Israel Bond Organization, and |
James If. Albert, community-wide
chairman.
The award will be conferred upon
Mrs. Kronish al the annual Bond-
uitli-I.srael luncheon sponsored by
the Miami Beach Chapter of Ha-
dassah, scheduled to take place
Thursday, Oct. 14, in the Grand
Ballroom of the FontaineUleau Ho-
tel. Heading preparations for the
luncheon are Mrs. Sherman Fast,
president of the 7,500-member
Miami Beach Hadassah Chapter,
.ind Mrs. Zelda Thau, luncheon
chairman.
In announcing the award to Mrs.
Kronish, Mr. Litvak said, "Our
entire community can share in the
gratification that Lillian Kronish
has been selected for the "Woman
of Valor" award. This honor has
been truly merited by her life-
long service to Israel on her own
part and as a source of strength
to her husband."
Mrs. Kronish is a leader in the
Women's Division of the Israel
Bond Organization, has been ac-
tive in Hadassah her entire adult
life and is active in the Histadrut.
She is currently cochaimian of the
Greater Miami Chapter of the
American Friends of the Hebrew
University.
Holder of a B.A. degree in Eng-
lish Literature from Brooklyn Col-
lege, Mrs. Kronish was active in
the Zionist youth movement dur-
ing and before collage.
Dr. Kronish is the former city-
wide chairman Of the Israel Bond
Organization, is a national vice-
chairman of Israel Bonds and is
currently national chairman of the
R nic Cabinet for Israel Bonds
Dr. and Mrs. Kronish's leadership
for Israel has earned for them
nationwide recognition and high
laurels in Israel. Recently, the Is-
rael Kupat Holim i His'.ad/ut Sick
Fund, dedicated the South Florida
Medical Center in Beersbeba in
honor of Dr. and Mrs. Kronish.
Dr. and Mrs. Kronish are the
parents of two children. Their
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Teachers and Leaders. Ronald and
his wife. Amy recently completed
a special year of studies at the
Hebrew University. He is a fourth
year Student at Hebrew Union Col-
lege and is currently serving as
rabbi of the congregation in New
Milford, Conn.
Mr. Albert, who is also a past
president of Temple Beth Sholom
and a long-time friend of the Kron-
ish family, |>ointed out that Lillian
Kronish had always encouraged her
children to participate in Israel ex-
periences, and noted, "Children
ire the highest form of tribute
when they follow in the footsteps
of their mothers devotion to
Israel."
Mr. Albert, who described the
Kronish home as the "unofficial
White House" in the south for vis-
iting Israeli dignitaries, said, "Their
home has always been the center
in our community for Israel's con-
suls, ambassadors and ministers
a warm reflection of the love ol
Israel which is always manifested
in the Kronish home."
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riday. September 10, 1971
*Jenisti norkfiian
Page 11-B
Marty Listowsky Accepts Post As
Temple Emanu-El Youth Director
M.Lrf'"l.ift fooixlin'"'' w South Florida, has
; a position as full-time
. mill d rector al Temple Emanu-
i'., u, d ire Ft. Struhl, ohair-
Youth Commission, has
linnoui I.
Mr. Listowsky, who received his
: soci il W >rk degree from
i ,ue : and his religious
I ,i Yeshiva, has been af-
i. (vith the Dade County
i of Public Instruction and
the Bun iu of Jewish Education.
He obtained hk locial work cx-
with the Jewish Family &
(children's Service, Youth Hall and
(the Y.VJ1A during the past six
Mr. Listowsky will work with
|Dr. Lehrman and the Youth Com-
[jnission in developing an outstand-
ing activities program for the
I coming year. "The present genera-
tion of teenagers has the potential
to be the most constructive and
Influential ol any in modern times.''
red Dr. Irving Lehrman.
spiritual loader of the congregation,
i young poople are offered
tj .sincerity, a feeling of be-
longing, and especially iven u
. : personnl worth, they cin-
MARTY LISTOWSKY
not help but res|)ond positively."
Mr. Listowsky feels that teens
are no longer buying the fact that
Judaism has to be modified or al-
tered to meet the dictates of mod-
ern times.
"This is a cop-out." he says.
"Jewish youth asks. 'Who says our
modern times are really the best?*
Don'i we have i senseless Vietnam
war in modern times? Didn't the
greatest holocaust of r.ll time be-
fall our people in modern times?'
Teenagers would rather reinforce
the teachings of their ancestor-.
as ion',' as it brings them truth.
sincerity and enlightenment," he
d 'dared.
i >' Emanu-El will now open:
it doors to all Jewish youth, witn I
Mr. Listowsky offering youth
counseling and formulating En-j
counter Groups to help teens gain
insight into themselves and aid in
the resolution of Jewish family
problems. Mr. Listowsky has had
unusual success in counseling teen-'
ageis at the YMHA. Jewish Fam-
ily Service and Youth Hall.
During the High Holy Days.
many exciting events are planned
for I' wish youth. Temple Emanu-
El invites all young people to par-
ticipate in a meaningful and tra-
ditionally enriched Rosh Hashanah
and Yom Kippur service that will
be led by Rick Goldfinc. U.S.Y.
president.
During the first days of Succos.
a "Succah-ton" is envisioned. Jew-
ish Youth will live the Succoth ex-
perience by eating, sleeping and
.joining in Jewish identity rap ses-
sions in the Succah. which is erect-
ed on the temple grounds.
A Simchas Torah celebration,
filled with Ruach, will climax the
holiday program. Rut it will bs
only the bcgMining of an enriching
veil's activities that will help
.1 wish yduth identify with th:
herltag ,
Sisterhood Games Party
The Sisterhood ol Temple Tif-
erclh Jacob is sponsoring its an-
nual games party Saturday pre-
ceding the Selichos rjsrvlces, which
begin at midnight. A variety of
games such as bridge, gin rummy
and Mah Jongg will he offered, or
nerhbers may brine in :>.- own.
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* Jew 1st HcridUan
Temple Menorah Invents
'Try A Temple Service9
In a large Jewish community like
South Florida's, one would think
t *ouJd tie easy for a newcomer
to Tina a place for himself.'But
sometimes the very size of the
community and its spiritual va-
riety, or its many distractions,
make it even harder to find the
jongregation suited to one's reli-
gious and personal needs.
"According to a national survey,"
Habbi Mayer Aibramowitz reported
to the board of directors of Temple
Menorah recently, "an abnorrml'.y
?arge number of Jews do not affili-
ate with a temple at all. Locally
the statistics bear out the findings
^f the national survey of congre-
gational affiliation."
This is the problem to which
Temple Menorah. a Conservative
synagogue on Dickens Avenue at
T5;h Street. Miami Beach, ad-
ir-sses itself this week. All who
wish to attend are invited to a
Ti-\ a Temple Service," Friday at
E p.m.
Realizing that many newcomers
to South Florida are confused
ut which congregation to join
r.n.i often go for a long time with-
out joining a temple at a!l. Temple
Menorah has "invented" a new
dea to mjke people feel at home.
The "Try a Temple Service." the
nspiration of Rabbi Abramowitz
. nd the leaders of his congrega-
tion, is a regular Sabbath worship
se:\'ice with a little "plus."
After worshipping with Temple
Menorah's congregation, newcom-
ers will have a chance to be in-
troduced to new friends, meet the
temple's officers and the rabbi, pir-
*al-:e of refreshments, and in gen-
eral get the "feel" of Temple Me-
-rorah.
"We know that many people are
M-'irching for something and don't
know where to start: we know
that they can find a spiritual home
n Temple Menorah. There are
nany who are reluctant to commit
themselves to membership in a
particular synagogue without
-mowing more about it," says
Ribbi Abramowitz.
"We think this sneei.-il Fndnv
night services is a way to welcome
people and let them 'give the tem-
ple a try' without feeling obligated.
With over 500 families in our con-
gregation, from young families with
school-age children to retirees, ev-
ery newcomer who comes to Tem-
ple Menorah should find some-
thing he can relate to and be com-
fortable with."
While the "Try a Temple Serv-
ice" will be primarily a typical
Friday evening at Menorah, there
will be one innovation which will
be a "first" instead of the reg-
ular professional choir assisting
Cantor Fcldman's chanting, a jun-
ior choir, consisting of Menorah
teenagers, will officiate in the con-
gregational and cantoral chanting.
Rabbi Abramowitz will preach on
the theme "Lend Me Your Years."
The rabbi will also conduct the
Slichot services Saturday at mid-
night during which the regular
choir will officiate, together with
Cantor Nico Feldman.
JHA Auxiliary
Season Opener
Mrs. Louis Makovsky, program
chairman of the Greater Miami
Women's Auxiliary of the Jewish
Home for the Aged, will present a
"Mad Hatters' Parade" with prizes
for the most original and funniest
hat at the group's brunch in the
Algiers Hotel at 12:30 p.m. Tues-
day. Judges will be Mrs. Libby
Rost, Mrs. Bertha Phillips and
Mrs. Carrie Rosen. Olga Bibor
Stern will be at the piano.
The meeting, which will include
reports from all chairmen, will bo
conducted by Mrs. I-awrence Sil-
verman. president. Henny Jaffee,
Anne Tanenbaum and Rose Roth
are in charge of reservations.
Barnett Breeskin Speaker
Barnett Breeskin, conductor of
the Miami Beach Symphony, will
speak on the topic he knows best
music Saturday at a 12:30
n.m. meeting of the South Florida
Chapter of Hunter College Alum-
nae in Junior's Restaurant, 7960
Biscayne Blvd. M. Berliner is
nresident.
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A number of Miami Chapter of
Hadassah Groups have scheduled
their first meetings of the new
season Monday.
Mrs. Ksther W. Rogovin, a mar-
riage consultant and newspaper
columnist, will speak at the 9 p.m.
meeting of Chai Group in the
\WsNMg-ton Federal, GeMTETffTth
St., according to Mrs. Marvin Bor-
enstein, president.
Mrs Frances Kupsenel, presi-
dent, will welcome members of the
Albert Einstein Group at its 12:30
p.m. membership meeting in the
Washington Federal, 699 NE 167th
St. A travelogue and the Israeli
film "The Dream and the Deed"
will be shown. Refreshments will
be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Goldkin in honor of their
50th wedding anniversary.
The Kadimah Group meeting on
Monday will feature a report on
the national convention and a talk
on "The Big Buildup of Kadimah,"
according to Mrs. Herman Fiske,
president. The group will begin its
fund-raising activities with a pic-
nic on Haulover Beach Wednesday.
Mu.vlm Group will celebrate its
fourth birthday with a program
including a holiday prayer sung
by Mrs. Joseph Rathman, who will
be accompanied by Mrs. Barney
Heimbinder. Mrs. William Paul,
president, will be presiding.
Menorah Group will hold its an-
nual membership luncheon at the
Coral Gables Woman's Club, ac-
cording to Mrs. Robert Schweitz-
er, president.
The musical skit "Around the
World With Hadassah" will be
presented at the 1 p.m. meeting of
the Eleanor Roosevelt Group in
the Marlen Auditorium. Mrs. Ed-
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After an installation skit, new
president Mrs. David Issenberg
will introduce new members of the
Torah Group at an 11 a.m. brunch
in the Bertram Restaurant, Mid-
way Mall.
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The Ima Group will begin its
year with a show and dance, Mrs.
Louis Eisner, president, has an-
nounced. Bus trips to the West
coast and Orlando are also being
planned.
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riday, September 10. 1971
vJenisti FkridMcun
Page 13-B
Kjar CHARLES KAI-CHMAN
Charlea Z., the son of Mr. and
Irs. Solomon Kalchman, 1145 N'K
76th St., will bo called to the
'nan as a Bar ITOtzVah Saturday.
11, at "lije Western W..11,
jenu&lem.
Chjrles will "be accompaniedAhy
parents and sisters, Leslie and
Shelly. All three are students al
l:n Hebrew Academy of Greater
Also in attendance will be
lily from Rishon LeZlon and
STEVEN STOLAR
Saturday, Sept. 11, during the
worship services at Beth Torah
Congregation, Steven, the son of
Mr. and Mrs. David Stolar, will
oterw his Bar Mitzvah, chanting
UK- K m of I he Sli ibbat servi
Steven, a member of the pre-
confirmation class at Beth T
Harold Wolk Religious School,
plays violin.
orah and Mirer Yeahivos in Jeru-
Will also join the simeha.
The Kalchmans will return aft >r
Mr and Mrs. Stolar will sponsor
viv. Cousins attending^ Kol the Klddush following the services
in their soil's honor. The guests
v.ill include his grandparents, Mrs,
Sally Weinberg of North Miami
weeks with the completion of I Beach and Mr. and Mrs. Murray
Torah. They plan to pay Silverman of New York.
tr tr LESUE DAVIS
I -'.. the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Leslie Davit
David Weinstein Charles Kalchman
Mark Somersic'm Gary thrlich
Mark Levy
il visit to the Fishel Shul in
n, where Charles' groat-
r ith r, Dayan Menachem
; h Kalchman, was affi!
ft ft tr
M \IJK SOMF.RSTKIX
Mark Kary, the son of Mr. and
: g, Seymour Somenstein, 7C
hore Dr. West, will be called to
pie Torah as a Bar Mitzvah Sat-
Si pt. 11, at Beth David
ogation.
celebrant, an eighth grade
Itudent al GklHiver Academy, is 6
r rrlher of U.S.Y.
In honor of the occasion, a re-
ception ill be held at Westview
Country Club. Among the guests
livill l>e Mark's grandparents. Mr
jnd Mrs. I .eon May of Binning-
turn. Ala., and Mr. and Mia. Fred
Somerstein of Miami Beach.
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Jewish Center
will conduct
HIGH HOLY DAY
SERVICES
at the beautiful
Harbor Island Spa
Auditorium
79C0 Harbor Island
ROSH HASHANA
Sunday Evening
September l!, 6:48 p.m.
I ly and Tuesday Morning
ember 20, & 21. 9:00 a.m.
YOM KIPPUR
KOI. XIDRE
Tuesday Evening
ptembar 28. 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday Morning
September 29, 9:00 a.m.
RABBI PHILIP FRIED
will Officiate
KARL BENDER
Renowned Cantor will
. Preform the Services
lekets, married couple........ $T.".l)0
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which includes 1 year's
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Dg from 7:30 to 9:00 p.m. except
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PHONE: 861-4005
Fred Davis, will celebrate his Bar
Mitzvah al Beth Torah Cor.
luring the worship services
lay morning, Sept. 11.
A student at the Hebrew Acad-
emy of Greater Miami, Leslie has
won several fishing trophies.
The celebrant will be honored at
the Kiddush lollowing the services.
Out-of-town guests will include
Billic and Jeanette Richman. from
England, and Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Shapiro, Mrs. Beatrice Davis, Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Kaufman and Mr.
and Mrs. Larry Raphael of New
York.
ft ft ft
SCOTT BROWDY
Scott Philip, the son of Mr. and
Robert Browdy. 12304 SW 27th
St.. will participate in the first
Friday evening services of the new
season at Temple Beth Tov prior
to the celebration of his Bar Mitz-
vah at the temple Saturday morn-
ing, Sept. 11.
An eighth grade student at Ri-
viera Junior High School, Scott
plays trumpet in the school band.
Scctt's parents and his brothers,
Stev n Franklin and David Ed-
ward, will host the Friday evening
Oneg Shabbat, the Kiddush fol-
lowing the services Saturday and
a recenrJon in his honor at the
Gypsy Pub.
Among the guests will be Mr.
and Mrs. IV,ward Herman and
daughter fr m Chicago, 111.; Mrs.
Arthur Fog Ison, the celebrant's
from Los A
MARK LEVY
Mark Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Emanue] Levy. 1705 SW 97th PL,
"ill celebrate his Bar Mitzvah at
Temple Or Olom Saturday morn-
ing, Sept. 11.
Mark is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Rockway Junior High
I, wh( re he plays French horn
in the school band He is a membei
'i r.vV. il Temple Or Olom.
Mr. and Mrs. Levy will host the
it Friday eveninj
th( Kiddush toll wring the services
Satui lay In their son's honor.
Among the guests will be Mark's
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Man-
del Kratish and Mr. and Mrs.
Aaron Levy. Also attending will be
Mark's greatgrandmothcr, Mrs.
Rose Kratish.
tr tr tr
GARY F.HRI.K II
Gary Steven Ehrlich, son of
Rita Teitel Ehrlich and grandson of
Ben Teitel will be Bar Mitzvah
Saturday. Sept. 11, at Temple Beth
Shalom, 4144 Chase Ave., Miami
Beach.
Convention Plans
On ORT Groups'
Meeting Agendas
With the Southeastern Florida
Region of Women's American ORT
scheduled to host the Oct. 17-21
national convention in the Diplo-
mat Hotel, convention plans will
be on the agendas of Miami Beach
chapter met tings.
On Tuesday. Ocean Harbor will
hold a card party in the Ocean
Harbor House: Suneoast is honnr-
s "Mellan" mothers and fath-
ers at the Seacoast North, and
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah Plans
Meetings, Luncheons For New Season
Miami Beach Chapter .f Hadas-
sah groups will hold the first meet-
ings and luncheons or' the new club
\. r on Monday.
Bay Harbor will hold Its lunch-
eon meeting at 11:30 a.m. at ttV
n:i H i\ >]. M.s. Jay Dermer,
vho recently returned from Israel,
will give a talk on "Israel Today. '
Morton Towers has scheduled it-
luncheon meeting for noon at the
Morton Towers Restaurant. Mrs. I
Arthur Pekelner will speak on
"Hadassah's Role in the Zionist
Movement."
Kidiin.iti has slated a noon meet-
ing for the Manhattan Towers at
6770 Indian Creek Dr. Mrs. Sadie
Neleber is president of the group.
Royal Maccabees will have a
membership meeting at 7 p.m. at
Beth Jacob Congregation. Guest
speaker will be Mrs. Henry Wer-
nick. Membership chairman is Mrs.
Ethel Rownoerg.
Henrietta Szold has slated a
noon luncheon meeting and card
party at the Algiers Hotel. Mrs.
Florence Greenberg is acting presi-
dent.
Emma Lazarus is planning its
luncheon for noon at the Holiday
Inn, 87th St. and Collins Avc.
Guest speaker will be Mrs. Henry
Wernick.
Fort- Towers will present a
membership playlet at 1 p.m. in
the auditorium of 1200 West Bldg.
The program will also feature a
high holiday candlcli.irhting cere-
s. he dul il in tiie home of Clare
lb rg, 7525 E. Treasure Dr.
Roney Pl&M will hold a mem-
bership meeting Wednesday In the
Calif., his aunt and uncle. Mr. and mi rzanim ci rd room with Char-
Mi's Howard Brow ly ol Not th
Miami .. and his grand-
Treasnre Isle has a board meeting. T^X witn Jen Rosenberg and
Sadye Paddcn, soloists. Mrs. Rose
Godlin is pr igram ch lirman. The
p will hold a card party on
iaj al 12:30 p.m. in the
d room of 1200 West Ave.
I. it. Oeodmaa will meet at
p.m. at the American Savings &
Loan Bull ling, Alton and Lincoln
Roads, Mis Lillian Goodman is
l r. sident <>f the croup.
Louis D. Brandeia has scheduled
its luncheon meeting for 11:30
a.m. at the Fontaine-bleau Hotel.
Mrs. David E. Reinwald is presi-
dent.
Renanah has slated a paid-up
membership luncheon at 11:30 a.m.
at the home of Mrs. Leonard Mor-
rison. 5959 La Gorce Dr. In charge
of reservations is Mrs. Lelsey
Prince.
Hatikva will have a 1 p.m. can-
dlelighting ceremony at the Rone."
Plaza social hall. Mrs. Sherman
Fast will be guest speaker. Mrs.
Morris Herman is president of the
group.
Pla/a 800 will hear a talk by
Mrs. Sherman Fast at the 12:30
p.m. meeting to be held in the
recreation room.
Eddie Cantor will have a 11:30
a.m. luncheon meeting on Thurs-
day, Sept. 16, at the Fontainebleau
Hotel, a book review will be pre-
ented by Sophie Primak. Mrs. Shir-
ley Green is president.
The first fall meeting of Sha-
lom Group will be held Tuesday
noon in the Algiers Hotel. Mrs.
Milton Sirkin, Israel Bond- chair-
man, will speak. A snack luncheon
.vi.'l be served after a short busi-
ness meeting; cards and other
eames will follow.
II',..Mil,,..III.I
mother, Mrs. Isidore Browdy ol
ich.
ft
DAVID WEINSTEIN
D i\ id, thi son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ft. Wcinsti In, will b
Bar Mitzvah al Temple Menorah,
ng, Sept. 11.
David Is a student at the He-
brew Academy where he is in the
eighth '.::
Following the services, there will
be vi Kiddush in Temple Menorah's
social hall: a reception and dinner
honoring David will be held at the
i .,!! S it i daj
ft ft ft
LESTER LICK
On Saturday, Sept. 11, Lester.
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Louise
Luck, 517r> NE 3rd Ct., will cele-
brate his Bar Mitzvah at Tempi-.
Tifereth Is
Following the services. Mr. and
Mrs. Luck will sponsor the Kid-
duah for the congregation, family
and friends in honor of the occa-
sion. ____.
lotto Horn, region vice president.
BS Bjuesl speaker.
Miami Business and Professional
will install its officers and chair-
men at a 1 p.m. Sunday luncheon
Terraee Room of the Shel-
borne Hotel. Regional vice presi-
dent Barbara Paul will be install-
ing offii Mollve Greenfield Kap-
lan, pianist, will entertain.
Memorial Dedication
Rabbi Sol Landau will conduct
special program dedicating a
memorial honoring Philip and
Saciie Segall at Beth David Con-
gregatl n Saturday evening. Rabbi
All xander S. Gross, principal of
the Hebrew Academy of Greater
Miami, will participate in the to
D.m. ceremony, which will precede
the midnight Selichot service.
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vJewlsti fhrk/ian
Friday. September 10. 1971
Selicoth Services
To Feature A Film
Following a 9 p.m. social hour,
Mrs. Ralph Fistel, Jewish fam-
ily living chairman of Temple Or
Olom Sisterhood will present the
10 p.m. program preceding the Se-
licoth services Saturday. "The
Teaching," an Sternal Light film
starring Kim Hunter will be fea-
tured.
A panel discussion, moderated
by Dr. Samuel Feldman, former
Chi, 1 Psychologist for the Dade
County Juvenile Court Psychiatric
Clinic. Dr. Feldman, now Mental
Health Director for "Here's Help"
an anti-drug centerreceived
his doctoral degree from Yeshiva
Universily.
Panelists will include Mrs. Law-
rence Kaplan, kindergarten teach-
er and mother of three teenagers;
Steven Braidman, 19, a sophomore
at Miami-Dade Junior College,
where he is a senator in the Stu-
dent Government, and Temple Or
Olom's Rabbi Ralph Z. Glixman.
Dr. Stanley H. Eder is the con-
gregation president; Sisterhood
pre*] It :;i is Mrs. Max Forman.
Farbond LZO Group Meets
Bialick-Ben Gurion Branch of
Farband LZO was to hear a report
by Jack Filosof. president, on the
Aug. 27-30 Farband Conference in
New York at Thursday's 8 p.m.
meeting in the Washington Fed-
eral, 1234 Washington Ave.
Unveiling
FRANK
the dedication of a monument
to the memory of the htc
MORRIS B. FRANK
will take place
Sunday, September 12th
at 1:00 p.m.
a! Mount Sinai Cemetery
with Rabbi S. T. Swirsky
officiating.
Friends and relatives are
asked to attend.
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Lodge Ends Summer Races
First meeting of the Greater
Miami Lodge 208. Free Sons of
Israel, following the summer re-
O IS, was to be held Thursday at
8 p.m. at the Jefferson National
Bank Bktg. on Arthur Godfrey Rd.
Women's League Meeting
The Florida Chapter, Women's
League for Israel, will have its
first meeting Thursday. Sept. 16,
at 12:30 p.m. in the 1200 Auditor-
ium of Forte Towers. Entertain-
ment will include songs by Jen
Rosenberg and Sayde Padden.
Freda Kaufman is president.
bituaries
HOROWITZ
Edward, >;:>. of in Lincoln Rd.,
panned away Thursday. Ho came
here 80 years ago from N.Y. a life
member of Temple Emanu-EL Bur-
vlved by wife, Sadie; son, Howard
of Miami. Grandchildren, Susan,
\\ ivne and Michael, Kroiher Milton
of NY., niece Mrs. Julia Goldman
ol Coral li.....- Sei \ Icea n i re hold
:ii Rlvi r--..).- Chanel, Alton Rd. In-
ti in. ni in mi. Mebo. Cemetery.
{forth Bay
West Ave .
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FOR TAX DEED
CHAPTER 20722 ACTS OF 1941
File 71-A 438 ,
IS HEREBY GIVEN thai .
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By: Bimon Ferro, Jr., President
HARRIS & BIRKIN, P A.
Attorney! for Applicant
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Miami, rioHda lll VmU n ,
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, deairlns to i
In buai.....- under the (Ictltloua names
of SIEGAL MEDICAL. GROI PPHO-
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GAL, D.O.; THE OVBR\\ EIGH1
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S50 N.B, 1' Vili Street. North Miami
lteaeh Florida Intend! I" register said
namea with the Clerk pf the """l
Court "f Dade County, Florida.
SIEGAL MEDICAL GROUP, P.A.
i Florida corporation
BERNARD H. GOLDFARB
Attorney for Applicant
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Miami. Fla. 3312., ^ ,., ,
Dade, Bta.....I Florida, to wit:
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Beach, Florida, Intend I" register
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Dated at Miami. Florida. this 86th
das of August, 1971.
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i ierh of the Clrcull Courl ol Dadi
Counl ^. Florida.
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sun.- "f Florida, < << '
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s. .~ni.-in ..i mid propertj unaer
the said ertlfrcate I aued was
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I'nle'as said rerttfloatea shall he ra-
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Courl House door Ml the first Mon-
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1971, which is the 4ih day of October,
Dated thli 0th day of August, a.d.
' i: b i k \thf.kman. Clerk,
Clrcull Court, Dad.- County, Florida
By: P F OI'I.DSTRAND
i >eputy cierk
(Clrcull Courl Seal, g ^^
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVf SERVICE
{NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 71-1S934
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
i | rb> rhe Marriage of
jACi IB CIMIS, husband,
and
EVA CIMIS, Wife,
TO: EVA CIMIS
. Lillian Potlou
KUsby ll iad
."' HE* -..-.N .HFIKI.
;..' an action for Wm^Mm rf
Marriage hai be< n fill I a ""
and you are required to serve a copy
,,, v written defeni n
on LOUIS H lEI LER. attorney for
Petitioner, who.* add i ';"'-
,"ll, Rd Suit< l"-'"" ''', ,"
. and file ll.....rl tlnAl nii
, |, ,i. of the above atytod <>uri
......r befor. ii Oct. 1971; oUwrwtoe a
,1, j,.ui, nill be niered ngalnst you
for the relief demanded lit tne com-
plaint or petition.
[ins notice shall be puhh-.hcri once
each week for four ,,.ns,.. utive wee*!
In THBJEWIBH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and ihe Real or
said i.'iirt at Miami. Florida on this
2nd day "r Beptember, 1971.
R I! LBATHBRMAN.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida.
By: l. BNBEDEN
\- |> puty Clerk
(Clrcull Court Seal I
l in is K. BELLBR
4l' [Jncorn ltd.
Miami Beach Fiorina
Attorney (or Petitioner _,,,,.
(i H-1 T --J I11 1
Ida
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LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 71-17045
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
In RE: Th- Marriage of
NEIL \ ROSENHACK, Husband
RANEE CAREN ROSENHACK, Wife
TO: NEIL V. i.'im.mia. i\
2 Xori li I irlve
i:.-m Brunswick, New Jersey
TOO ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
ihai an action for Dissolution of
Marriage has i.....n filed against you
and you are requlrel to aerve a copy
of youa written defenses, if any, to
it on jack .i TAFFER, attorney for
ner, urhose address la 1700
Northweit Seventh Btreet, .Miami.
Florida, and file the original with the
clerk of the above atylad oourt on or
before Oct. 1", 1971: otherwise a de-
fault will I"- entered against you for
the relief demanded in the complaint
or i"iit Ion.
Ttiia notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THIC JEW ISH FLORTDIAN.
WITNESS my haul and the seal of
said court at Miami, K'orida on this
Ird d iv of September. I!i71.
E. R I EATKERMAN,
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By: R. kf. KISSEE
Aa Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal I
LAW i H'FICES OF JACK J. TAFFER
1700 Northwest Seventh Street
Miami, Florida :1312a
Attorney for Petitioner
9/10-17-Z4 10/1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 71-17076
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In It 10: The .Marriage of;
ROLANDO LORETO, husband
and
RINA LORETO, wife.
Ti >: KIN"A I.IIUKTI I
::il Morris Av.-nue
Elisabeth, New Jersey
YOU ARE HEREBY notified that
a Dissolution of Marriage has bass
filed agalnsl you, and you are hereby
required n. serve a copy of your
answer or other pleading to the Pe-
tition on the husband's attorney, LES-
TER ROGERS, whose address is 1464
X \v 17th Avenue, Miami. Florida
33125, and file the original with the
Clerk of the above styled Court on
or before the lnh day of October,
1971, or a default Will be entered
agalnsl you.
DATED Iliis trd day of September,
1971.
E. R. T.EATHF.KMAX
Clerk of Clrcull court
By: '! M WOOHARD
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
9'10-17-?4 10/1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engajre
in husiness under Ihe fictitious name
of PHOTOMASTICR al S845 Weal
Flakier Street. -Miami. Dade, Florida
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
I'HOTOMASTER CORPORATION"
By, YOLANDA C. ROSELL.-PEREZ
9/10-17-24 10/1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No. 71-16779
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JUAN ANTONIO ALFONSO
Husband
Vs
DINORAH ALFONSO
Wife
TO: JUAN ANTONIO ALFONSO
RESIDENCE AND WHERE-
ABOUTS: Residence unknown
You. .11 AN ANTONIO ALFONSO
are hereby notified that a Hill ol
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you are required i"
serve copy of your Answer ..r Plead-
ing to the Bill "f Complaint on the
wife's attorney, SILVER8TEIN
KWITNEY it KROOP 42" Lincoln
Road, Miami Beach, Florida IS139
and file the original Answer or
PleadinK in the office of the Clark "'I
the Circuit court on or before the
mh day of October, 1971. if you fail
lo do so. ui'lu-iii'i'l by default will
be taken against you for the relief
demanded in the Kill of Complaint.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FI/HtlDlAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 31st day of August, A.I).
1971.
B, 1! LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
By: L. SNEEDEN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
PAULKWTTNBY
i2n Lincoln Itoad Mall
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Attorneys for wife
9/10-17-24 10yi
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICf
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 71-1704
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
In RE: The Marriage of
FRED HORN'E. husband
and
CAROLYN' STUART HORNE, wife
To: CAROLYN STI'ART HORNE
Twin Lakes Drive
Villa Rica. Oeorgta
Yor Alts HJSRBBY NOTIFIED that
an action for Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any to It on
.l.\<-\< J. TAFFER, attorney for Pe-
titioner, Whose address is 1700 North-
Weal Seventh Street. Miami, Florida.
":ii2.". and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court on
or before Oct. 16th, I9T1; otherwise
a default will be entered agalnsl you
for the re'1"' '"manded In the com-
plain) or petitloa.
This notice snail he published once
each week for four consecutive Weeki
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the ll
of said court at Miami. Florida on
this 3rd day of Beptember, 1971,
K i: LEATHERMAN,
As i 'lerk. Clrcull Courl
Dade County, Florida
By: K. M KISSEE
As Deputy clerk
(Circuii Courl Seal I
LAW OFFICES OF JACK J. TAFFER
Kim Northwest Seventh Btreel
Minmi. Florida :!::12.".
Attorney for Petitioner
__^^^_^________ 10-17-24 10/1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVBN thai
the undersigned, desiring to cognac
In business under the fictitious, name
of CROWN INTERNATIONAL
LIGHTING at 3421 N.W. Mta Btreet.
Miami, Fla. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
INTERNATIONAL LAMPS, INC.
a Florida corporation
9/10-17-24 10/1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-1128
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Eilate "i
SARAH PI.ATT
Deceased
I All Persona l lav-
ing claims or Demand! Against Bald
, ou ..i hereby ni fl re- ;
null 'i lo pn in mi cl lira
demands which you may have againai
. tati of BARAH PLA1
cea i d late "f Dade Cou ly, Florida,
t,, ii,, i hi 'a Igi i I !. Coun-
ty, and fill ime In duplicate
ami as provided in Section 733.16,
Florida Statutes, In Ihclr offices In
the County Courthouse hi Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar
months from the time "f the first
publication hereof, or ihe same will
be I.ail < d.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 31st
day Of AUgUSt, A I >, 1971
DAVID 1*1 ATT
As Executor
First publication "f this notice on
the 3rd da) ol B< pi IVT1.
ESSEN A ESSEN
Attorneys for Executor
isot Alnaley Kidg.
Miami. Fl'.tidu
9/1-10-17-M
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-3283
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
111 RK tateol
LEON .I KATZ,
Deceased
To All Creditoi and All !' i mt Hav-
ing claims or Demanda Against Bald
Von ai i" ebj and re-
quin d t" pn aenl I 9J de-
mands v. m ii hi......gainsl
I!.' IN .1. KATZ 'I. -
, ol Cook County, Illinois.
i (hi i 'ounty Ju l|- ol Di ue C n i-
-,. Rl .i nil the aami In duplicate
and as provided in Section 738.16,
Florida StatUti s. in their
i County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty Florida, within six calendar
months from th" time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
he barred.
Dated at Clliearo. Illinois, this 26th
day of August, A l> 1971
JOE -I KATZ
As Ancillary Executor
First publication of this notice on
the i"tti day of Bent.. 1971.
MYERS. KAPLAN. PORTER,
I RVINRON KENIN
By: Edwin m Glnsburg
attorney for An< lliary Bxecutsr
Suite 304 1150 s W First .-treal
9/10-17-24 10. 1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-3525
(JOHN R. BLANTON)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate "f
UENJAMIN W AI.DMAN
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons llnv-
inK claims or Demand.-; Againai Bald
you are hereby notified and raj-
Estate:
lUiied to present any laims anil de-
mands which you ma) lave against
the estate of BENJAMIN WALD-
MAN deeeased late or Dade County.
Florida, to the County Judge! "f Dade
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided in Section 733 -
HI, Florida Statutes, In their offices
in the County Courthouse lu Dade
County, Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 20th
day of Ausual. A.D. 1971.
DAISY WALD.MAN
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
the 27th day of August. 1U71.
LEON A. EPSTEIN
Attorney for Estate
420 Lincoln Road
Miami lleach, Fla. 33139
S/27 9/3-10-17
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
NO.-71-3131
(PRIMM)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RSS: Estate of
liosE SIMON .MITCHEL
I leeeased.
T" All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims of Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
qulred to present any claims and de-
mands which you nia\ have against
th- estate of husk SIMON mitoiiki.
decea '! late of Dade County. Flor-
ida, t" the County Judges of Dade
County, ami file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided in Bectlon 733.-
16, Florida Statutes, in their office!
In the County Courthouse In Dade
county. Florida, within si< calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be h .r.d.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 1:m1i
day of August, All. 1971
IRVING ALBERT
Aa Executor
First publication of this notice on
the ird day of Ban! 1971,
JEPEWAY, OA8SEN .* JEPEWAY
By Joseph lassen
Attorney for Executor
619 Dad. Fi deral Bldg.
9 3-M-17-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NO. 71-16722
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In I: I n lage of:
\ I \ R( iDIMi II'EZ. wife and
NOEL RODRIOl'BZ, husband
TO: noi:i. Ri IDRIGUBZ
' 0 il N California
Chicago, Illinois
YOU ARE HEREBY notified that
a Dissolution of Marriage has been
filed against V"U, and you are here-
by required to serve a copy of your
answer or other pleading to the Peti-
tion on the wife's attorney, LESTER
ROGERS whose address Is 1464
N W. 17th Avenue. Miami, Florida
33125. and file the oriKlnal with the
Clerk of th.- above styled Court on
or before the 6th day of October,
ISTli "r a Default will be entered
against you.
DATED this 31st day of August,
1971.
B. R. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court
Ity: (i. M. WOODARD
D. C.
(Circuit Court Seal)
9/3-10-17-24
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 7t.S39
(ARTHUR W. PRIMM)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Batata of
CARL E. PINKHAM
Deeeased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You aro hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which vou mav have against
the .state of CAUL E. PINKHAM
deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dadi
County, and file the same In dupli-
cate and as provided in Section 733.-
16, Florida Statutes, in their offices
in the County Courthouse la Dade
County. Florida, within six calendar
month! from the time Of the first
publication hereof, or ihe name will
I..- barred.
Dated al Miami. Florid... this 31st
duj -I (.US A.D 1971,
i: i I'lisi: PINKHAM
829 N:a at "e A ve.
Coral OableS, Fla
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
the l"th day of Beptember 1971.
MAUN M. FABBR
At tot ney for Administratrix
906 Alnaley Building;
.Miami. Fla. tglll
9yi0-17-S4 to/i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the ficltltinus name
of RADIO AEROI'I'KRTO at 660
Warren Lane, Key Blacayne, Fla
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
JOSE J. VILA
8/20-27 9/3-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY C.IVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in husiness under the fictitious name
Of CROUCH CHEMICAL at 875ft
S.W. 129th St.. Miami. Fla. Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
/S/ FLOYD C. CROUCH
BUOBNB LBMLICH
Attorney for Crouch Chemical*
2720 W. Flagler St
-Miami, Fla. 3313S
8/20-27 1/3-10
,


joy, September 10. 1971
'"Jewisti fkradian
Page 15-B
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IlKKKHY GIVEN that
. unit, reigned, d.siring Jo engag
HiisimsM under the fictitious name
ATV.MA PAINTING CON-
AiATTtNa COMPANY al SSXI Weal
I'.-i.r Street, Miami, Florida Intends
,,...i.i.-r said n..ii, witn the Clerk
',,.. circnli Cosjri "f Dade County,
'""'''' si 11.i .MON soi'HAMIS
fcoKGK &AS, ESQ.
[ f for Applicant
V. Lincoln Road
[uunl Beach, Fla.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
m*9
i 80-27 '.i 1-10
NOTICE Ui4UF.il
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
,oTI<"i; IS HHHBBY GIVEN that
,. undersigned, desiring to engage
business uimIit the fictitious name
VMKKICAN AERIAL ADVBRTIS-
q n -141 N E l7th St., North
,,,' Beach, Florid.. Intend to reg-
,',., Mid name nh the Clerk of th.-
.,,.Uii Court ol Dad* County, Florida
KONA1.I' It HBIF
ALLEN fHM.DMAN
iRERT 1. Hl.D'iMKKRO
ttorney for applicants
- geybold Building
""* '''la- 8/W>-27_9/3-I1
I THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-33*3
(FRANK B. DOWLING)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i Kl-1: Estate of
ESTBLLE ISRAEL
Deceased.
Ml Creditors and All Persons Hav-
' claims or Demands Against Saul
"tale: _
You are hereby notified ami n -
,1 |o present any claims and de-
Ihds which you may have against
mate oi kstf.lie ISRAEL
i),. ..,.-,,I late of Daile County. Plot -
Ii,i i. to the County Judges of Dade
, unty, and file the same In duoll-
nd as provided In Section 7S3 -
Florida statutes, hi Ihelr offices
ihi Cotinty Courthouse In Pade
i Florida, within sis calendar
fi ,.,n [h< i Ime of the flrsl
11..ii hereof, or the same will
i.- barred,
,1 ,,i Miami. Florida, this Ulli
tug .AH 1871
CHHSTHP. I 'TKl.BF.lt
MEYF.lt A8CH
\- Administrators of the Estate of
!: telle Israel deceased
First publication of this notice) on
nh day of August. IjTJ.
ilYF.KS. KAPLAN-. PORTER.
I.EVlNSON & KENIN
Attorneys for Administrators
11 ',0 S.W. First Street
Miami, Florida
s ;n-;7 9'3-m
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring- to engage
1-a business under the fictitious nnme
of DYNAMIC WATER FILTER at
I3SS E. loth Avenue. Hialeah. Kin.
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I>ade
C 'Unty, Florida.
HALL RIISANCHB7.
S L'll-'JT '. 3-1"
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLOKIOA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-15574
PETITION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
in KB: The Marriage of
LYNDA N. MOLDOFF, Wife, and
BARRY MOLDOFF, Husband,
Tl i: KARKY MOLDOFF
Apartment l-B
-..:: South 100th Plaza
i iin.ilia. Ni braska, 6*121
You. BARRY Mm.DOFF, are here-
liy notified that a petition for Disso-
lution of Marriage has been filed
against j 'U and you are required to
Serve a copy of your Answer or
1'leadint lo the Petition for Dissolu-
tion of Marriage on Petitioner's at-
torneys, MYERS, KAP1.AN, POUTER
I.EVlNSON A KENIN. 1I..0 S.W. 1st
Street, Miami. Florida 33180, and
file the original Answer or Pleading
in the office of the Clerk of the Clr-
FUll on or before the 17th day of
September. ItTl, If you fall to do so,
judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Petition for Dissolution of
Marriage.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In TUB JEWISH FIXMUDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 12th day of August 1971.
E. H LEATHBRMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
By: C. P. COPEI.AND
Deputy clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
MYERS, KAPLAN'. PORTER,
LBVINSON & KENIN
I ISO B.W. 1st Street
Miami. Florida 33130
Attorneys for Petitioner
I J0-*7 B n-io
LEGAL NOTKE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-3177
(ARTHUR W. PRIMM)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate ol
SAM PULLMAN
I I,-, rased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against said
Si late:
You are hereby notified and re-
iiuiruu i" pretssm an) uuums and de-
mands which you may have against
th.....state of sam PULLMAN de-
ceased late of Daile Counti'. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same in duplicate and
as provided in Section 788.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of th,- first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this :'.lst
day of August. A.IV 1071
PAPI. KWITNEY
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 10th clay of September, 1971.
SILVBRSTEIN, KWITNEY & KHoop
Attorney for estate of Sam Pullman
420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Fla.
9/10-17-24 10/1
LEGAL NOTICt
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-4475
(BLANTON)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Bt-tnte of
SAUL SCHEFF
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
NO 7115517
Valentin Rodriguez,
1 i iband,
K \Y RODRIGUEZ,
Wife.
Ti KAY RODRIGUEZ
Iramee .v. enue
Norf >lk, Vs.
u. KAY RODRIGUEZ, are here-
to notified that a Petition for Dlsso-
lu i of Marriage has been filed
' you, and you are required
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
g u.'.i ANNE SIMBRAT, Wife, and
JOHN OKOHOB SIMBRAT, Husband.
Tl i: .mux GEORGE STMBRAT
817 Washington Btreel
Hoboken, New Jen i
You. JOHN GEORGE SIMP.P.AT,
are hereby notified that an action
for Dissolution j>t Marriage has been
filed agonist you. and you ar, re
quired to serve a copy of your writ-
ten defenses, if any, to it on the Peti-
tioners attorney. GUILLBRMO
SOSTCHIN. 101 N.W. 12th Ave
Miami, Florida and file the original
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 21th day of Sept..
1971. otherwise a default will be en-
tered against you for the relief de-
manded in the complaint or petition.
Thl* notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDTAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami. Florida, this
16th day of Aug. AD. 1071
E B LEATHBRMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Daile County, Florida
By: R. M. KISSEE
Deputy Clerk
fClrcult Court Seali
OriLLERMO SOSTCHIN
1"1 N W 11th Avenue
Miami. Florida
\ttoniev for petitioner
K/80-27 8/3-10
quired t" present any claims and de-_________
mauds which ,\.,u may have against )N THE
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-16498
PETITION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
In RE: the Marriage of:
K< iBERT PARKER,
Husband
aim
ARDELLE PARKER,
Wife.
TO: MRS ARDELLE PARKER
174v i: Brill
Pnoenix. Arizona
You. ARDELLE PARKER, are
hereby notified that a Petition for
Dissolution of Marriage lias been filed
against you, and you are required
to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Petition on the Hus-
bamfs attorneys, law OFFICES of
BNGEL & I1ALPERN. 1400 N.W. 10th
Avenue. Suite 17-G. Miami. Florida
33136 ami file the original Answer or
Pleading ill the office of the Clerk
,,f the Circuit Court on or before the
Mh day of i let. 1!'"1. If you fail to do
so judgment by default will lie taken
against you for the relief demanded
hi the Petition for Dissolution ol
Marriage.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 2'ith day of Aug. A.D.
1971.
E. It. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade Countv. Florida
By: R. M. KISSEE
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
F.NOEL & HALPERN
1400 N.W. 10th Ave.. 170-
Miami. Florida
Attorneys for Husband
I I-J0-17-M
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
NO. 71-2911
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
MYKNA KOKI.ER
1 ) To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Dem.....Is Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
i|llir,-l to present ;my claims and de-
mands which you may have against
tile estate of MYRNA KORBBR de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County judges oi DM41 Coun-
ty, and file the same In duplicate
and as provided In Section 733.16,
Florida Statutes, in their offices in
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida. within six calendar
mouths from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 22nd
day of July. A.D. 1971.
MICHAEL KORBF.lt
M) Island Avenue
Miami Beach. Florida
Ah Administrator
First publication of this notice on
the 20th day of August, 1971.
FKANKKI. & AVRACH P.A.
Attorney for Administrator
420 Lincoln ltd.. Miami Beach
8/Z0-27 9/3-10
the estate of SAUL SCHEFF de-
ceased late Ol Dade County. Florida,
to tin County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the s.-inn- In duplicate and
a's provided in Bection 733.18, Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the Coun-
tv o nrthouse In Dade County, Flor-
ida, within ;i\ calendar months from
the time of the flrsl publication hen
of or the Same Will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 14th
day of Jan.. A D 1971,
BEATRICE SCHEFF
BTEVEN P- SCHEFF
As Exirutors
First publication of this notice on
the 3rd day of September, 1871.
RICHARD GROSS
Attorneys for Executors
80S Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
9/3-10-17-24
t serve" a copy of vour Answer or
p idlng to the Petition on the Peti-
attorney, MITCHELL J JP-
< "V, of FRIEDMAN & LIPCON,
' : b:w. 8 81 Suit.- i"!'. Miami,
I irida 33124 and file the original
ir or Pleading in the office of
i Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
i nee the 20th day of Sept., 1871. if
> i fail to do so. iudement by de-
fault will he taken against you for
i relief demanded In the Petition.
This notice ahall he puhlished once
h week for four consecutive weeks
i THE JEWISH FI'iRIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
' irlda, this 12th day of Aug. A.D.
I7I.
E P. 1 EATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
By: R M KISSES
Deputy cierk
< irrult Court Seal)
FRIEDMAN & LIPCON
MITCHELL .1. LIPCON
Attorney for Plaintiff
'737 S.W. Rth St., Suite 109
iiiiml. Florida 111] 1
______________________8/20-27 9/3-10
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No 71-15M1
ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
In KB: The Marriage of
iAURATNE MCNDELl.. Wife, and
IAKT1N .MAN MINDEI.I Husband
fO: MARTIN ALAN MUNDELL
Co Al Schras-er
501 Beach 6XUi Street
Arverne. New York
I'ou, MARTIN Al AV MUNDELI*
P hereby notified that an action
Dissolution of Marriage has been
lied against you. and you are re-
Uired to serve a copy of your writ-
defenses, If any, to it on the
etitiners attorney, DAVID ft
TONE. 101 N.W. 12th Avenue.
liaml. Florida and file the oriulnal
|ith the Clerk of the Cirralt Court
or before the joth day of Ben-
nber, 1971. otherwise a default will
entered against vnu for the relief
emanded In the eonmlalnt or netltlon.
IThls notice shall he published once
Sen weel. for four consecutive weeks
I THE JEWISH FIORID1AN
IWTTNBSS my hand and the seal
said curt at Miami, Florida, this
|th day of Aueust A D 1971
B B LEATHBRMAN. Clerk,
ircuit Court. Dalle Coimtv. Florida
By: c. p. copei.AND
Denuty Clerk
Jrcult Court Sel)
IVin E STONE
N.W. ith Avenue
Mlfml. Florida
lorney for Petitioner
8/20-27 9/3-10
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA'N PROBATE
No. 71-3333
(FRANK B. DOWLING)
NOTICE TO CkEDITORS
in RE Estate of
ESTHER KI.KIN
Deri .,
To Ml Creditors and All Persons Hav-
inis or Demands Against Bald
You are hereby notified and re-
quired t" present any claims and mands which you may nave against
the .-state ,,f ESTHER El.KlN de-
ceased late of Dad.- County. Florida.
t,, the County Judges of Dad.- Coun-
ty, and file the same in duplicate
and as provided In Section 7.13.1,
Florida Statutes. In their OfflOM In
County c. nrthouse in Dade Coun-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of W1NKY the Clown at X43 N.E.
171 Ter.. Miami. Fl 83182 intends to
resisted **&& name with the < lerk ol
the Circuit Court of Dade t ounty.
K"'rU,a/S' RONALD ADLER
EUGENE I.F.MI.ICH
Attorney for Ronnld Adler
2720 W Flakier St. Miami. H.......
9/3-ln-lt-24
E COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-3255'B)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
BEN DEMFOHD
Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing c:.unis or Demands Against Bale
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired t" present anj claims and
demands which you may have agahisl
th. .state of BEN DELIFORD di -
ceased late of Dane County. Florida,
t., the County Judajea ol Dade County, I day
and file the same in duplicate and
as provided in Section 733.18, Florida f
BtatUteS, in their Offices in the Coun-
tv Courthouse In Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will he barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 14th
day of Aug., A.D. 1971. .....
KENNETH N. REKANT
As Admmistrator
Flrst publication of this notice on
the 27th day of Aug.. 1871.
KENNETHN REKANT
Attorney for Administrator
1 Lincoln Road Blag., Suite 229
Miami Beach. Florida ,..
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
NO. 71-3339
(JOHN R. BLANTON)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
Abraham Herman Ma:'.or
A/k,'a Abe H. Mazor
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
Ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of ABRAHAM HERMAN
MAZOR A/K/A ABE H. MAZOR de-
ceased late of Dade County Florida,
t. the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, ami file the same in duplicate
and as provided In Section 738.18,
Florida statutes, in their offices In
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty. Florida, within si\ calendar
months from the lime of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barr.-d.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 10th
I August, A.D 1971.
LILLIAN MAZOR
As Executrix
First puhlit-ation of this notice on
the 2iuh day of August. 1971.
LOUIS c.ll.l.MAN
Attorney for Executrix
920 Ingrahnm Bldg., Miami
R/2U-27 9/3-10
il,,. < ,timv i '-i.oni.iiw io .->-- *"
ty. Florida, within mhx calendar months
from the time of the first publication
hereof, or the same will he barreiL
Dated tit Miami. Florida, this 10th
day of August A.D. 1971.
OBRA1 D El.KIN
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 20th day of August, 1971.
BOL Al BXANDBR __^ _..
Attorney for Estate of Esther Llkln
19 West Finder St., Suite 31.
Miami. Florlua 8/20.27 9/3-10
IN THE ClIwUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 71-16155
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In RE: The Harriers of
SAMUEL H AI-.RAMS. husband and
E8TELLE A PRAMS. Wife.
TO: ESTB1 IE ABKAMS
Residence Unknown
TOO ARE HEREBY not.fie.l that
a petition for Dissolution of Marri-
age has been filed against you, and
you are hereby required t" serve a
copy of your answer pother ,,1.-..^
the original with the Clerk of the
above styled Court, on or he ore the
3dth day Of September. ,<
Default will he entered against >nu.
DATED this 23rd day of August.
1971 B B LEATHBRMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court
IIv: / B/ DON CURRY
(Circv.lt Court Seuli %/^ ,/..14>-M
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 67-13405
(Judge James W. Kehoe)
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR PETITION
FOR MODIFICATION OF FINAL
JUDGMENT OF DIVORCE AND
CHANGE OF CUSTODY
EDWARD M. CONNORS,
Plaintiff.
BHBILA E CONNORS.
Defendant.
TO SHEILA i: CONNORS
3111 Hlldreth Street Apt. No. .t
Lowell. Massachusetts
YOP, SHEILA B. CONNORS, an
hereby notified thai a Petition for
Modification of Final Judgment ol
Divorce and Change of t usto.ly IUU
been filed against you, and you are
reouired to serve a copy oi youi
SSSm or Pleading to !_?%
on the Plaintiff's attorney. I N-> j
U davis. ESQ. pa. 117 Biacayne
Building. 19 W. Flagler Street. Mlam
Florida 33130Phone 3.9-2S..1. '
file the original Answer or Meaning
in the office of the Clerk of the < Ir-
euit Court on or before the 80th da>
Of September. 1971. If you fall to do
so judgment by default will be taken
against* vnu for the relief demanded
in the Petition for Modification of
Final Judgment of Divorce ami
Change of Custody.
THIS NOTICE shall he published
,,,.,. MOO week for four (!) <';""-,''!-
live weeks in THE JF.W1SH FI.HK-
""lMiNB AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, this 20th day of August 19.1
B h LEATHBRMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By: c P. COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
(Cirdtdt Court seal, M.l9.
ropy of your answer or other ..lean-
ing to the Petition on the HusbandIs
ittorney JOHN 0. OALLAOHEK.
.'how address is 14S4 N.W. 17* AJT-
IN THE CIRCUIT 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
UABRECK, A/K7A FRANCIS
RALPH UABSZEWICZ AND
fACUUELYN GABRECK. A k A
jACgc i: i. y n i: a i iseew icz.
Minors ........
TO: I BONARD F OABRE! K
A K A LEONARD F.
(3ABSZEWICZ
1J54 Jackson Street
Camden, New Jersey MJM
YOI' ARE HBRBBI NOTIFIED
that a Petition has been filed In Ihi
above Btyled Court by FRANK I.
CRANDON for the adoption ol
FRANCIS ItALPH OABREJ K,
A/K/A FIlAM-IS RALPH OAB8ZE-
C\I.-Z. and JACQl'ELTN OAimBCE,
a k a jacqubLyn QABSZBJICZ.
minors, by the Petitioner, FRANK
l! CRANDON, and you are required
lo serve a copy of your An-
swer or Objections to show cause
whv said Petition should not Be
a-runted. on the attorney for PeU-
tloi.c-r. .MORTON B. ZTOIBLv 1876
VE 163rd Street, North Miami Beach.
Florida, and file the original In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the l.th day of
September. 1971. if you fail to do SO,
judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
In the Complaint.
This notice shall he published once
ea.h week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FI-ORIDlAN.
DONE W'D ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, this filh day of August 1971.
E B. LEATHBRMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
By: c P, COPELAND
D.-outv Clerk
(Circuit Curt Seal)
\|i IRTON B. ZEMBL
Attorney for Petitioner
1878 N.E 13r,l Street
North Miami Beach. n^g|B.H ,/j
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-3183
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate ,.f
CLARENCE El'CP.NE JETT
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Y'ou an1 hereby notified and re-
quired to present a'ny claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of CLARENCE BTJHBNB
JETT deceased late of Dade County,
Florida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate and is provided In Section 733.-
18, Florida Statutes, in their offices
in the County Courthouse in Dade
Countv. Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
k. barred.
Dated at Miami. Fl irida, ibis sth
day of vug a n 1971.
(IF.i IROE BI'OENE JETT
As Administrator
First publication of this notice on
th.- 80th day of Auaust, 1971.
DAVID M 0< INSHAK
Attorney for Estate
1491 N.W. 7th Street
Miami, Florida
R 20-27 9/3-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN tst
the undersigned, desiring lo engaM
in business under the fi<-tiMus nau
of ABBA lirilltKlt STAMPS at 19W
S \Y. sth Ettreet Miami Intend to rsjfc-1
ister said name with the Clerk Of W
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
CI.1ST C ONETTI
BDWARD C. ONETTI
- j: 9/8-10-17
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the^*j^, FI/)RIDA CONVPNTC -N > 'IB
NATOIiS at 924 Hiscayne I ivd Mi-
ami, Florida intends t N8kMMU
name with the Clerk of II e < r< uit
Court of Dade County, Horlda.
VAL-U-TRAVBL, IN!
MAC MBRME1 I,
Attorney for Val-P-Travel, Inc.
lnn s W Third Avenue
Miami, Florida Mltl ^ ..
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-8594
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In HE: Estate of
EKNA NCSSHALM
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
K You': are hereby notified and re-
nulr.-d to present an.v claims and de-
mands which you v hnveag.unst
the estate of RNA Nl SMIAI M de-
ceased late of Dade Cou-ntv. Florida.
this I'l'.th
publication "hereof, or the
Be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida,
^0,8t^an\Pholtzman
is Executor
First >.uhH.:,t,..... ptjoe o
the inth day of m-i*"'
OOODMAN HOtTZM VN, ESQS
attorneys for !> ntor
1tnO Concord Bull'"
Mian,,. Florida HIM- w..24 10/]
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-3292
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
n RE: Estate of
RF.RTHA ROSEN MAN
Deceased ,___
To All Creditors and All Persons Hay-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
' You are hereby notified and re-
ciuireil to present any claims and de-
mands which you may haveMaJnat
the estate of BERTHA ROSEN MA \
deceased late of Dade County Jlor-
Ida. to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same In dupli-
cate and as provided in Section 733.
16 Florida Statutes, In their off'0""
in' the County Courthouse In Dado
County. Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 17th
day of August, A.D. IJ7L
LILLIAN MORRIS
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
lie 27th dav of August. 1971.
I'MNCK. FINK FORM AN
Attorney for Exeoulrlx
. -,, 12 i "o-nai ess Building
Miami. Florida 33132 |/M ,..
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-3524
(ARTHUR W. PRIMM)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
HARRY CHBRNOW
Deceased.
To Ml Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against baid
I''sl *t t V '
You are hereby notified and re-
i.uii.il to present any claims and de-
mands which vnu may have against
,,',..-tat.- of" HARRY CHKKNOW
deceased late of Dad,- County, Flor-
ida to the County Judges of Dade
Countv, ami file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided ill Section 733.-
18, Florida Statutes, in their offices
In the County Courthouse In Dade
Countv, Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same win
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 20th
day of August. AD M7L
SONYA OIIEKNOW
ROSE I.APFER
As Executors
First publication of this notice on
the 27th day of August. 1971.
LEON A EPSTEIN
Attorney for Estate
42(1 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Fla. 33139^ ^^
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERBB1 OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring JO engage
in business under the fictitious name
I1,' ,". AHORRO SITPERMARKBT at
47v, palm Ave. Hialc.h. Ma In-
tends to register said name with tne
Clerk "f the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida. .....
PENA ROJAB, IN! ,
BUOENE I KMIICH
attorney for Penn Rojaa, inc.
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vjenislh ttorkKkun
Friday, September 10, 1971
This Week In History...
40 Years Age This Weak: IM1
There were four more :
. lea in Berlin all on the
.:< day.
The American Jewish Commit-
tee r ported only 1.749! of the In-
of Btate prisons In the United
Btatefl were Jewish.
King Ghazi assumed the power
1 name the president of Iraqi
- communiti
X.Y.. public schools
ned "l he Merchant of Venice"
told of its "unfair and
.cious conception of Jews."
JTA reported from Berlin:
v_:j tve anti-Semitic excesses, re-
I Iting in the injury of scores of
Jewish men and women, took
. ih" second day of
Res'; Hashanah, when organized
N forces surrounded the le i ;
s; igogues and fell u;-.>n Jew-
.i< they erne
High Holy Day sen I Si-
ineousl) attacks were or
: ,r. \ .u ious sectiois Even
ihi elderly Jews did not esc
the violence of the Nazis, who, af-
i- lling their victims, trampled
n i. h i-ii th< Ir heavy nailed
s." The government condemned
ttacks. arrested 50 fascists.
An anti-Semitic putsch in Aus-
was crushed.
There were 12 Jewish theaters in j
H York Cit_- and 10 in "the I
i inces." Boris Thomashefsky I
Singing
Tur! >rts said Trans-
after nine years' autono 5
Moses Rogatchewsky, 108-year-
old Polish 1 ic smith, sought a
m for s. r\ Ice in the 18 3
ction.
to Broadway for "The D vid Skultcbitz a politics
ii," oner in Grodno, Poland, died at
_'-l after .1 week-long hunger strike
to protest alleged misowtment.
10 rears Ago This Week: l!>fit
Ji ws and Moslems fought in the
streets of Oran, Algeria, on Rosh
ii sh inah after a Jew was serious-
ly wounded by a Moslem attacker.
Three Arabs were killed: it Arabs
ami nine Jews were injured.
More than 1,000 Jews jammed
M iw's Central Synagogue for
R ish Hashanah, despite the lack
of prayer books. Most of them
were ovei 50,
The P kin 1 ii- 1 1 ie "Chinese
Literature" apologized for identi-
fying the author of a translated
work as "Sh. Aleichem." claiming
Ignor ince of the meaning of the
nom do plume.
The Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle
celebrated its -40th anniversary.
President Ben-Zvi asked Finance
Minister Levl Eshkol !> form a
new tei Ii 1 ivemment after Pre-
mier Ben-Gurion declined to do so.
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HAH
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IN THE SOUTH
Cowple'a Dlnnera or A Lo CaMe
PHONE: UN 6-4303
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f ft-' \ Our 29th yef Q~J^
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BANQUETS PARTIES
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Authentic Native Show
RESTAURANT and GARDENS
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Hirseh To Chair
Voiiih Committee
The appointment of Assistant
1 Miami City Attorney Larry J.
; Hirseh as chairman of the Youth
J Committee has been announced by
Dr. Charles Beber, president of
I the Greater Miami Chapter of the
American J< wish Committee.
Mr. Hirseh, who received his
; education at Syracuse University
and the Suffolk University Law
I School in Boston, Mass.. is a mem-
, ber of the Florida. Massachusetts
I and Rhode Island Bar Associa-
tions.
Among the activities of the
Youth Committee during the com-
ing year will be a young adult dis-
cussion group meeting once each
month in people's homes for dis-
cussion of current concerns in an
informal atmosphere. 'We hope to
keep our fingers on the pulse of
the times in this way," said Mr.
Hirseh.
The remains of
synagogue w re
Rome.
Nathan
a 2,220-year-ol 1
une irthed in
Straus, philanthropist,
community leader and chairman
of WMCA Radio, died in N< w
York at 72.
(Kruin thf files of U10 JTA)
An Intimate
Rendez-vous for
Gourmets & Bon-vivants
"PICCADILLY
DEARTH
SMTAUMMT \jlOUNOE
35 N.E. 40th Street, Miami
RESERVATIONS: 751-181S
Luncheon 11 30 3 30
Dinner 5:30-10 30
Cloied Sunday
ORDERS TAKEN FOR THE HOLIDAYS
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Prime sirloin steak ..
served Japanese style
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MIAMI
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VILLAS
CATERING FOR
2133 Coral Way
OCCASIONS
446-0879 '
Delicatessen Caterers Restaurant
Served 4 to 8 P.M.
THIS WEEK'S DINNER SPECIAL
Appetizer
Cup of Soup Chef Salad
ROUMANIAN STEAK
Potatoes Vegetables
Coffee or Tea, Hot or Iced
Dessert
$2.25
THRU THURS. SEPT. 16
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Restaurant & Lounge
Hillindala
1ll E. Mjlijnd.l. Bch. Bl.d.
Tel: 20 Slli.irom Miami: Kltllr
'An Adventure
In Dining".
Port Lludrrdila
3100 No. Fadaral Hwy.
Til. St4-054 I
This nt;w synagogue the Beverly Hills Jewish Center and
Congregation Beth Sholom in the retirement community of
Beverly Hills, Fla., was built and donated by its owner and
developer, Sam Kellner, who retired from the automobile
tire retreading business ten years ago and bought 5,000 acres
of Florida land. More than 4,000 persons now live in Beverly
Hills, loccted 65 mil^s north of Tampa on the Gulf Coast.
Congressman Forwards Record Of Hearings
The rec >rd of hearings on the
if S \ iel Ji kvry held In M ly
by the S 1 1 mmittee on Europe o!
the Hous !" irei rn Affairs Commit-
tee h is bei n forwarded to
!' 1 ni ws medl 1 by Rep. D int<
B, Fascell, 1 rai
' > P01 KH irs C immil I
the Hou >l R presentatH*
Mr Fasci 11, ,1 Democrat has long
be : l iboul the denial of
basic human rights to Jews in the
t {' ion, ind has made hie con-
viii known t" the President and
I stiie Department officials, ad-
it si tivi 1 si tnt John H.
B .: > pointed out.
JEWISH-AMERICAN CUISINE
THAT MADE THE FAMOUS
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WORLD RENOWNED
Your Holts-
The Lemcis,
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onl Larry Winkler
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Open Week-Ends Only
CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS
731 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach-Telephone 538-5401
ENJOY THE HIGH HOLIDAYS WITH OUR DELICIOUS MEALS
___________COMPLETE TAKE-OUT SERVICE AVAILABLE
The Studio Restaurant
LUXURIOUS DINING
ELEGANT FRENCH CUISINE
,,;nf Sornetrurig New and Different in Our Miami Area
2340 S.W. 32nd Ave. 443-2536
Coll For Information Before Going To The Theatre
Serving Authentic Italian Cuisi
uu
Italian
Restaurant
Dinners from $1.55
Wines-BeersCocktails
All Dishes Prepared to Order
"912 N.W. 7th Ave. Miami. 688-9348
HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON 1 .....
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KOSHtt CATERERS 15?D
170N-W.8th STREET, MlAM
PHONE: FR 4-2S58
nwnai r-M 4-2655 n '-------------" ----
^WVVSrW a | .wy^ ,*,.,, R*bbi Abraham J. Safra.
BAR MITZVAHS RECEPTIONS
From Hor d' oavraa to a CompUta Buffai
OPEN HOUSE WEDDINGS
Under the atrict tuperviakm of the
United Kashrui Aiaociat.on of
Creator Miami Suporviaing Rabbh
Rabbi Abraham J. Safra.


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U^iON OF AMERICAN HEBREW CCHSPIGATIONS
RABBI SANFORD M. SHAPERO, Director
Thru its affiliated congregations, invites you to worship High Holydays 1971-5732 begin
Sund ~g, September 1Qth
"TURN US AGAIN UNTO THEE, O LORD. AND WE
SHALL BE RESTORED; Rl N OUR DAYS AS OF OLD."
I ( M ( I
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ess irv we n m i -i .
study talk an ink of Miam1-. 0ther Personnel
gether
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The Am
,1 Opens With 450
Judea Religious School
this week with an enrol!
hi' some 450 students, Mrs
Jeniiiin, principal of the
announced. Qualified
Is will teach a full eurrlc-1
If Hebrew, holidays, Jew sh
customs, ceremonies and
1 w Si ho i] students II a1
| daj > a wi ek, i li
e children will attend S ib-
\\. o\ ii h -' '" .- I |
Si" junior high depi rtment
i class w
. dnesday evi ning.
lie Judea's First Event
Judea of Coral G
| fall Sa
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ink holding c tmpany in
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Barnetl Banks of Fl n la ii 1969.
NOTICE!!!
We wish to npologiie for the error
in The Jewish Floridian issue of
Sept. 3. The National Hebrew Is-
raeli Gift Center was open for
business until today, Friday Sept.
10. However we arc closing todoy
for vacation and want to wish all
cur friends, customers o-id the en-
tire community a Happy and Peace-
ful New Year.
We will return for the new season
on October 1st and will hove a
full and complete selection of all
needs for the coming Chanuknh
season. Specializing in servicing
sisterhood q;*t shops, Mr. and Mrs.
Silverman look forward to greeting
nil their many frierd and custom-
ers upon 'heir return.
rfMPli BETH SH010M
A LiberalReformProgressive Congregation
4144 Chase AvnU4>, Miami Beach
RABd! 1E0N KRON1SH, D.D.
DAVID CONVISER, CANTOR
School For living Juduism
MAIW SCHWARTZ Director of Education
(Nursery School through Confirmation and High
School. NE,V JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL FROCHAM
a JUDAISM THROUGH THE CREATIVE A a DO YOUR OWN THING IN JEWISH STUDIES
JUNIOR HIGH ULPAN
School Keqifctration Now In Progress.
Applications for Membership now being
accepted, call Temple Office C3S-7C31
temple Jjctli a/f>n
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.I., Senior Rabbi
ARTHUR Z. STEINBERG, Rabbi
DR. HAR0ID IERNER, Director
Adjacent to Kendall and Coral Cables
Phone: 667-5587
TEMPLE JUDEA
5500 Grenada Boul-vard, Ccral Gobies
Serving Coral Gables and South Dade
RABBI MORRIS A. KIPPER
RICHARD 1. HORWICH, President
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL YOUTH GROUP
ADULT EDUCATION
For affiliation and information, phone 667-5657
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MIAMI
137 N. F=. 19th Street
r.. rclnnlni I ur ":'> y. ar ot Bervti e
DR. JOSEPH R. NAROT, Senior Rabbi
BARRY TABACHN'KOfT, Asst. Rabbi
NICOLAS I. BEHRMANN, Asst. Rabbi
JACOB G. BORNSTEIN, Cantor
Services every Fridev evening at ":'5 o'clock
Mid-Week Hebrew Classes: North Miamiat
Sabal Palm Elementary School
South Miami at West Lab School
For Temple Affiliation and Religious School Information
Call 379-8311
TEMPLE SINAI
The Reform Congregation of North Dade
18301 N.E. 22 Avenue, North Miami Beach
Ralph P. Kingsley, Rabbi Irving Shutkes, Cantor
Sabbath Services: Fridays at 8:15 P.M.
Saturdays at 10:30 A.M.
For information concerning Membership, Religious
School Registration. Youth Groups and our
varied activities for Young and Old
Call 949-3429

THE UNITED SYNM0SUE OF
MH'jTfJ FLORIDA COV
CANTOR AVAILABLE
FOR HIGH HOLIDAYS
AND YEAR-ROUND
(Also Wcck.tndt)
ill qualified, evperienced, best of
fcrences. Cun read Torah and
Shofar. Will travel. Call 9-10
or 5-6 p.m. 673-1603.
Hen Rutehik, Ph.D., Riroctor
A sham i. Gittolson, Associate Director
Dr. Harold C. Rivkind, Regional Pres.dertt
tt \111 m -'> Q*r*
446-6453
2355 Salzedo Street
Coral Gables, Florida
Harold CR.vK.na, *e --. r -....... *ND HEALTHY NEW YEAR AND INVITES YOU TO AFFILIATE WITH.
EXTEN fl* A MOST HAP J^^ SYNA60GUES IN THE GREATER MA,V
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1701 Washington Ae., Miami Beach LR
DR. IRVING .EHRMAN CAN.OR ZVI ADLEK
.. s, SHAP RC Pr
Mr. Sa
538-2'OS
ITZ PLAZA
m
located on the ocean
at 17th & Collins
Rastrvt for
1 holiday noals with
[syaofogoosorviios
Finest Kosher Cuisine
[Served in Our Oceanfront
Dining Room_____
TEMPLE MENORAH
6M 75th Strcsf, Miami Beh
866-0221
TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL
547 E. Oakland Park Blvd., Ft. la .-detdale
RABBI AKIVA BRIUIANT CANTOS MAURICE NEU
Mr. Georcc Berman. President
56566B0
PAB^MAYER ABRAMOWTZ CANTOR N.CO FEIOMAN
MR. KC8ERT L. SIEGEl, Pre!
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CALL FOR
UGH H01Y DAY RATES
lietaiy laws strictly observed
Resident Masligiach
FOR RESERVATIONS
PHONE 531-6881
Enjoy the High Holy Days
with us and a well-
known Cantor
Planned Entertainment
CONGREGATION B'NAI RAPHAEL
... 624-2621
1AA1 HVi 183rd St., Miami
140 RABBI CH*R.ESM.PUB CANTOR JACK LERNER
MR. EMMANUEL ROSEMBERG. President
TEMPLE ZION
271-2311
^ 1l NORMAN. 5HAP.RO CANTOR RICHARD 5. BROWDY
DR. STANLEY J. CANNON. Pres.dent
TEMPLE SINAI
923 1577, 949-4011
MR. JACOB M. MOGILOWITZ. President
TEMPLE NER TAMID
7902 Carlyle Ave., Miami Beach
DR. EUGENE IABOVITZ CANTOR EDWARD KUIN
MR. CHARIES GOLDSTEIN, Pres
866-8345
BETH TORAH CONGREGATION
1051 rntorama Blvd., No. Miami Beach 947-7528
DR. MAX A. UPSCHITZ HAZZAN JACOB J. RENZER
MR. IRVING NEWMAN, Presid- yt
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
2625 S.W. 3rd Avenue, Miami 854-3911
RABBI SOI LANDAU CANTOR WM. M. UPSON
MR. MAXWEU WAAS, President
TEMPLE OR OLOM
v221-9131
TKSCW 16th St., Miami \
RABBI RAIPH OUXMAN CANTOR YEHUDA B.NYAM.N
DR. STANLEY EDER, President ___________|
TEMPLE BETH SHALOM
u 981-6111. 949-0501
460, Arthur St, H^dMAlAVSKy CANTOR 1RV1NG GOLD
MR. JACK SHAPIRO, President
TEMPLE SHOLOM
942-6410
132 SE 11th Ava., Pompano Beach
RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP CANTOR ERNEST SCHREIBER
MR. BARRY STONE, President


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