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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
October 1, 1971

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
October 1, 1971

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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AA00010090:02226

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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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Eban To Offer Options On Mideast Settlement
UNITED NATIONS (WNS) Sources close
to the Israeli United Nations Mission have revealed
that Israel would prefer not to debate the Mideast
question at this session of the U.N. General Assem-
bly because of a belief that such a debate would in-
flame the relatively calm diplomatic situation that
now exists and that the solution to the Middle East
problem cannot be found in public debate.
The sources also said that Israel would try to
prevent any changes in the text or intrepretation of
Security CountHl Resolution 242. Israel's Foreign
Minister Abba Eban was to address the morning
session of the General Assembly on Thursday, offer-
ing several options for a peaceful settlement of the
Middle East crisis.
Israel had criticized Secretary General U
Thant last week for repeating in his annual address
to the General Assembly that an Israeli withdrawal
to pre-war borders was a "minimum condition" for
reactivating the Gunnar V. Jarring mission. Thant
added that if Israel refused to accept that condition,
stops must be taken by the Security Council and its
members "with influence on the parties concerned."
Israel said it was willing to resume peace negotia-
tions without any prior conditions.
Meanwhile. Egyptian Foreign Minister Mamoud
Riad told reporters that it was Egypt's objective to
isolate Israel and "embarrass" the United States
for her support of Israel. At a stopover in Paris,
Riad met with French Foreign Office officials.
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Aume 44 Number 40
Miami, Florida Friday, October 1, 1971
Two Sections
Price 20 c
Nation 9s Jewish Leaders
Assail 'Double Standard9
''
;EW YORK, N.Y. Jewish
and rabbinical leaders from
iver America, meeting in an
d.iy emergency session in
York last week sharply
Lied the "blatant double
ulard" being applied to the
stion of Jerusalem by im-
t.int segments of church lead-
lip, and called for an urgent
feting with Catholic, Protes-
| and Muslim leaders in or-
to avoid a "rift" in inter-
jious relations
was pointed out that the
rince was called on less
a week's notice by the
lagogue Council of America
the consultative assembly of
1 country's Conservative, Or-
thodox and Reform congrega-
tional and rabbinical organiza-
tions in the midst of the High
Holy Days because of the sud-
den upsurge against continued
Israeli control of the Holy City,
culminating in the current meet-
ing of the Security Council call-
ed Jordan on the question.
Many at the conference be-
lieved that recent editorials in
"L'Osservatore Romano," a Vati-
can publication, were particu-
larly damaging to Jewish-Chris-
tian understanding.
While the Vatican has never
retreated from demands for in-
ternationalization of Jerusalem,
the campaign against Jewish
control went into high gear with
an editorial in its newspaper
which was picked up by Cath-
olic papers throughout the United
States, and by similar action in
some Protestant denominations.
The stepped up campaign was
touched off by Israeli plans to
rebuild the Jewish quarter of
the Old City, destroyed by Jor-
dan, and to provide new hous-
ing in East Jerusalem.
"Any effort made by force or
sanctions to divide Jerusalem
once more will undoubtedly be
met by force," Philip M. Klutz-
nick, former American repre-
(Contlnued on Page 9-A)
King Hussein Says Jordan's Ready-
To Make Peace With The Israelis
COPENHAGEN (JTA) "We are ready for a separate
peace with Israel" said King Hussein in a televised Interview
with Ole Sipel, correspondent of Danish state television, filmed
last week in Amman. An extract of the sensational broadcast
containing the King's statement was shown during the regular
Danish newscast.
Hussein's declaration came in answer to one of Sipel's ques-
tions, after a brief moment of hesitation. He immediately added
that such separate peace must be based on "Israel abiding by
the Security Council Resolution 242." Asked about the possibility
of direct negotiations between Jordan and Israel, the King gave
a reserved answer.
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Awards Presentation Highlight
Of Federation's Annual Meeting
Israel Defies
U.N. Demand
first presentation of the
Sculpture Pacesetter Award
ighlight the Greater Miami
Federation's 33rd annual
and 1971 campaign trib-
biner Thursday evening, Oct.
Ihe Deauville Hotel.
Federation will honor those
ians who have been in the
pit in accepting the respon-
for leadership-in-giving to
fl Combined Jewish Appeal-
emergency Fund campaign.
The Aliyah Sculptures, original
works of art created and con-
tributed by Kenneth Trcister. are
a series of six unique bronze me-
dallions, each depicting an event
in the history of the Jewish peo-
ple. The award to be given out on
Oct. 7 is called the "Warsaw
Ghetto."
Each year one of the set of six
sculptures, which is in limited
edition the original mold has
been broken will be presented
to the CJA-IEF Pacesetters.
In commenting on the awards,
Milton Weiss. Federation president,
expressed his appreciation on be-
half of the community to Robert
Russell, whose "imagination, con-
cern and efforts launched the con-
cept for the Aliyah Sculptures."
Elie Wiesel, author, teacher and
outstanding modern spokesman of
the Jewish people, will be the
Continued On Page 8-A
JERUSALEM The Israeli
government issued a defiantly
negative reply this week to the
U.N. Security Council's resolu-
tion demanding that changes in
the status of East Jerusalem be
halted. After Sunday's Cabinet
meeting, a communique was is-
sued saying: 'Israel will con-
tinue to persevere in the devel-
opment of the city The gov-
ernment of Israel will not enter
into discussions with any politi-
cal factor on the basis of this
resolution," it added.
The Security Council's resolu-
tion, introduced by Somalia,
railed on Secretary General 1!
Thant to take whatever meas-
nrea he deemed fit to implement
its intent, and ineluded a Syrian
amendment calling on Israel to
"rescind all previous measures
and actions" to alter the status
of Jerusalem.
It seemed likely that the Sec-
retary General would appoint a
representative or delegation to
go to Jerusalem, although Israel
has served notice in advance
that emissaries on such an er-
rand would not be admitted.
According to informed sources,
the government's main objection
to admitting Security Council
emissaries to Jerusalem is the
fact that such a visit would stir
up unrest in the now tranquil
and pros|>erous city. The Secre-
tary General visited Jerusalem
in 1967 and an emissary was
admitted later on. but entry was
denied to a U.N. commission in-
vestigating the treatment of
Arab civilians, on the grounds
that its intent was anti-Israel.
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[Trial Of Soviet Jew Scheduled
LONDON (WNS) Reports reaching here say
poris Azernikov, 28, a dentist from Leningrad and
It he only Jew to be arrested solely for applying to
jcniigratc to Israel, will go on trial in October. It
pvas also reported that Silva Zalmanson Kuznetzov,
Isentenced to 10 years in prison in the first Lenin-
fcrad trial, was suffering from progressive deafness
which cannot be treated in the Potma prison where
phe is jailed. Edvard Kuznetzov was reported in
[solitary confinement in the same prison.
Israel's Population Now 3,062,000
JERUSALEM (WNS) The Central Bureau
of Statistics announced Israel's population to be
^.062,000 of which 2,610,000 were Jews. This
represented an increase of 67,000 Jews during the
past year, and 60% of the growth represented nat-
ural increases. Immigration accounted for the re-
mainder. Israeli non-Jews totaled 452,000 an increase
of 17,000.
News Briefs
Chilean Families Settle In Toronto
TORONTO (WNS) Twenty Jewish families
from Chile who saw no future for themselves in that
country under the leftist regime of President Al-
lende, have settled in Toronto. The emigrants said
there was no religious or political repression in
Chile, however, and no signs of anti-Semitism.
Tucson Country Club Accused
TUSCOX, Ariz. (WNS) Charges by the
Tuscon Jewish Community Council that the Tucson
Country Club discriminates against Jewish appli-
cants have been denied by the club's president who
said the club has never refused to admit anyone on
the grounds of religion. The charges have resulted
in a loss of membership and the cancellation of
some events that had been scheduled for the club.
As the result of the furor, some club members have
formed a committee to investigate the charges and
change the club's constitution to add a clause stat-
ing that membership should be without regard to
religious affiliation. The club's board of directors
has refused to meet with the committee, however.
French Jews Attend Services
Paris (WNS) A record 100,000 French Jews
in the Paris area attended Rosh Hashanah services
and at least a similar number are expected to attend
Yom Kippur services, Jean-Paul Elkann, president
of the Paris Jewish Consistory has announced. He
expressed the hope that all those who had aban-
doned Judaism and the Jewish community during
the past year will use the occasion of the holiday
to return. The New Year's message of Dr. Jacob
Kaplan, Chief Rabbi of France, was broadcast over
the French radio.
Bomb Disrupts Holiday Services
GREAT NECK, N.Y. (WNS) A bomb, dis-
covered in the synagogue's lavatory, disrupted Rosh
Hashanah services for 2,700 worshippers for an
hour at Temple Israel here. Rabbi Mordecai Wax-
man resumed the services after Nassau County
police removed the explosive device which consisted
of chemicals in a plastic pill container. The bomb
was taken to a nearby parking lot where it was
detonated.


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Friday, October.!. 1971
Capt. David Friedlander
Is Technion's Spokesman
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beginning next week, according to
Jacob Rifkin, president of the
South Florida I iiaprer of the
American Technion Society.
Bringing news of the '. tl 1
echievementa m Israel's engineer-
ing and scientitic university. Capt.
Friedlander will be guest speaker
Wednesday at a cocktail recep-
tion for attorneys, accountant
and hank trust officers, to be held
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On Saturday evening, Oct. 9,
Capt. Friedlander will speak at
a reception for founders, members
and Technion visitors, at the
Americana Hotel at which Dr. Irv-
ing Lehrman will be toastmaster.
Dr. Lehrman, member of the na-
tional board of directors of the so-
ciety, will distribute plaques to
Technion founders, and conduct a
memorial tribute \-j the late Harry
Do Jur. national board member
and a guiding figure in the South
Florida chapter. Aiie Kaduri, Is-
raeli artist, will present a program
ol Israeli anil Yiddish music.
Captain Friedlander will also ad-
dress the Beth David Congrega-
tion on Saturday morning. Oct. 9;
Sunday, Oct. 10, he will be guest
of the Young Adults Chapter, at a
membership sw^nparty and bar-
becue il the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Berger.
Information -oncerning these
meetings may be obtained through
the regional office, 1 Lincoln Rd.
Bide.
Adult Education
Courses Planned
At Temple Zion
The adult education committ >f Temple Zion will offer a 10-
week program of ciasrcs and lee-
tuie.s during tbe_c >mir.g season.
Four cl'is.sf(s*"",wWl>'' Riven, two
Monritva and two on Wednes-
days, with guest lecturers sched-
uled for two additional weeks.
Starting on Oct. IS and meeting
from 8 to 9 p.m. the Monday
dassea will feature ''"/inning He-
ine,-., and "Judaism Throughout
the Calendar" from 9:10 to 10:10
.*., h-f'i taught hv R-' )i David
Rosenfeld. a member of the tem-
ple religious school faculty.
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro, spirit-
ual leader of the temple, will teach
"The .1 wish Way of Life" start-
ing on Oct. fi from 8 to 9 p.m., and
Prof. Robert Sandier wi'i moderate
the "Jewish Currpnt Events" ds-
cussion group from 9:10 to 10:10
p.m.
The lecture series, called "Third
Wednesday." will present author
and scholar Seymour B. Licbman
n Oct. 20. His subject will be
"Middle East Update."
On Now it. Arthur Weyne, who
has edited major Jewish news-
papers throughout the country,
will sneak on "The Book of the
People."
Classes and lectures are open
to temple members with a nomi-
nal charge for non-members.
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Douglas Gardens has serious financial needs,
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Friday. October 1. 1971
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Dr. Allen Rutchik To Be
Honored At Oct. 26 Event
Dr. Ai!cn Rutchik, director of
Hi,. Southeast Region of United
Synagogue of America for the past
KABBI AUEN KU7CHIK
decade, v ill be honored at a gala
dinner meeting to be held in Tem-
ple Menorah's Crimson Room.
Tuesday evening. Oct. 26, accord-
ing to Si-ymour Mann and Jerry
Sussman, dinner cochairmen, and
Dr. Harold C. Rivkind. regional
president.
The program Will le highlighted
by an address by Dr. Morton Sie-
gel, national executive director of
United Synagogue of America, and
an associate of Dr. Rutchik tor the
past 17 years; greetings will he
given by Jack Stein, national
United .Synagogue president, and
a program will be presented by
the United Synagogue Youth group
under the direction of Marshall
Baltuch, Regional Youth director.
In addition, the activities of the
Southeast Region for the forthcom-
- in1-' year will be summarized.
Dr. Rutchik. who was awarded
b Ph.D. m Psychology by the Uni-
versity ol Miami In 1971. was or-
dained by the Jewish Theological
Seminary in 1952, and holds Mas-
ters degrees hi Hebrew Letters
from th. Seminary, and in Politi-
cal Science from Columbia Uni-
versity.
After serving for four years as
national program director for the
Department of Youth of United
Synagogue, he moved to Miami
and assumed the directorship of
Temple Judea Beginning Its
6th Year In Present Home
Temple Judea will celebrate the
beginning ol its sixth year in its
present spiritual home at Granada
BotttevBfd and South Dixie High-
way Saturday evening with the
annual "Anniversary Ball." Mrs.
l.eon Henry and Sheldon Palley, co-
chairmen, announced.
Members of the temple and their
friends have been invited to at-
tend a inception in the social hall
at 6:30 p.m., followed by dinner.
dancing, entertainment, and an
evening of celebration.
the Southeast Region. During his
tenure in this position the United
Synagogue Youth program has at-
tracted over 1.200 members with
programs including leadership in-
stitutes, intrnsiHeiitfudy- weekends,
regional conventions, participation
in tours to Israel and Russia and
throughout the United States.
In addition, Dr. Rutchik orga-
nized the adult education cavalcade,
helped to raise the educational
standards of religious schools
throughout the region, organized
a series of educational professional
growth conferences, and developed
a variety of programs in all as-
pects cf synagogue activities.
Rabbi Rutchik is a member of
the Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami, the Rabbinical
Assembly of America, and the
Dade County youth advisory
board. He and his wife, the former
Dorothy Newman of Jacksonville,
have one son, David Hillel.
More than 300 persons, includ-
ing delegations from Florida, Al-
abama. Georgia. South Carolina.
and Tennessee, are expected to
attend the dinner.
U-M Students Demanding
Jewish Studies Program
RABBI STANLEY KIHCLUt
Census Data Book Issued
"Pocket Data Book U.S.A. 1971.'
published recently by the U.S
Department of Commerce's Bur-
eau of the Census, may be pur-
chased tor $1.75 from the Superin-
tendent ol Documents, U.S. Govern-
ment Printing Office, Washington,
D.C. 20402. The book features re-
sults of the 1970 census of popula-
tion and housing and many other
aspects of American life.
Jewish students at the Univer-
sity of Miami this week presented
the administration with a demand
for an accredited Jewish studies
program that is supported by sev-
eral thousand petitions and has the.
oflicial blessing of the student
senate.
The formal meeting with the uni-
versity officials came, according
to Rabbi Stanley Ringler, director
of Hillel House, after several years
of requests that were treated nega-
tively. "This," he iKiinted out. "de
spite the facf. that several profes-
sors have offered to teach courses
in Judaica and eight of them vol-
untarily served as faculty mem-
bers at a 'Free Jewish University'
on campus where about 200 stu-
dents took the non-credit courses
last semester."
"While the university doe* of-
fer a credit course in Hebrew and
a graduate level seminar in Jew-
ish literature, this pales into in
significance with the recently-an-
nounced Afro-American studi -
program which includes 11 course
in 10 departments," he added. "In
the petition presented to the ad-
ministration, the question Is asked
why don't four or five thousand
students at this school deserve as
much recognition and op|x>rtunity
for ethnic and cultural self-study
as another minority of approxi-
mately 200 in number?" ..
"It was made clear that this was
not an objection to black studies,
but only a statement made to em-
phasize the need for a Jewish pro-
gram, however," Rabbi Ringlet
said.
While the demands stem from
the university's students, Rabbi
Ringler declared, if there is no
favorable response, the campaign
will be carried to the Greater
Miami Jewish community, a num-
lxr of whose leaders are in promi-
nent position on the university's
board of trustees and citizens
committees.
Jos. Yanich Guest Speaker
Joseph Yanich, director of the
American Jewish Congress, will be
:uest speaker at a meeting of the
"haim Weitzman Branch of Far-
i,d oi Saturday at 7:.>0 p.m. at
' Washington Federal, 1234
Washington Ave. Also on the pro-
'I'nni will be a film on Russian
Jewry. Moe Levin is president of
'he hrnnrh.
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Volume 44
12 TISHRI 5732
Number 40
Timeless Message Adds Depth
The ancient Jewish festival of Succos has particular
relevance at a time when mankind is more conscious than
ever of the world of nature ecology from which he has
become increasingly alienated. Based on the agricultural
origins of the people of Israel, it represented the ingather-
ing of the autumn harvest in Biblical times and thus every
symbol and message of the holiday serves to make us
aware of nature and the world in which we live.
Maimonides held that the succah, the small hut to
which traditional Jews retire during the eight days of the
festival, was to remind the comfortable and secure Jew of
the misfortunes of those in poverty and want. The practice
is not as prevalent as it once was and the holiday, except
for its concluding Yizkor services, not as widely celebrated
these days, but for those who observe both in the syna-
gogue and at home it remains one of our most beautiful
and significant festivals, one which adds depth to our
tradition because of its timeless message.
Propagandist Avoids The Issue
The mysterious Soviet journalist, Victor Louis, writing
recently in the New York Times on "Israel in Soviet Eyes,"
asked slyly, "What's wrong with the American Jews?
They don't have the same difficulties as we do about com-
ing here, so why don't they settle here, too?"
Other than the fact that more American Jews in the
last two years have gone to Israel as immigrants, freely
because they wished to settle in the land of their fathers
despite living in the freest land the world has ever known,
the Soviet propagandist avoids the issue. In the classic
land of the pogrom, which still oppresses Jews as such be-
yond the normal oppression that all Soviet citizens feel,
the Jews are driven by necessity in addition to their love
of Zion to seek refuge among those who welcome them
and offer not only a Jewish way of life but freedom as well.
It is difficult for people who have never known it nor
whose tradition emphasizes it to understand the Jewish
message of freedom which has kept us alive from Moses'
day and whose spark still burns in the hearts of Soviet
Jewry.
Our Loss Is Their Gain
There is a deep sense of personal and professional
loss for the Greater Miami Jewish community with the de-
parture of Dr. Louis Schwartzman for St. Louis, there to
become head of the Central Service Agency for Jewish
Education.
At a time when most people are looking toward re-
tirement in Miami Dr. Schwartzman has accepted the
challenge of building a community educational program
in a major city which has been without a Jewish education
director for a number of years. The 22 years Dr. Schwartz-
man gave to Miami were productive ones and we join
with all in wishing him at least as long a span in the
Middle Western city. There will always be a warm wel-
come for him in Miami.
A Fitting Choice
It seems fitting that with the new spirit to be found
in Hillel at the University of Miami campus, the choice for
the 1971 President's Leadership Award of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation should be David S. Kenin.
The youthful attorney has distinguished himself in
Jewish communal affairs in the past, but his chairmanship
of the Community Board of Hillel Foundation in the past
year has been distinguished by the revitalization of the
all-important college program in which Federation has
joined B'nai B'rith to the obvious success such cooperation
has wrought.
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP

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TEL AVIV The flare-up
on the Suez Canal merely serves
to emphasize the basic ugliness
of the dilemma facing Egypt's
President Anwar El Sadat. If
the Israelis are right, Sadat has
only three choices all of them
acutely risky.
The first and probably the
most dangerous is the military
choice. Great numbers of new
weapons have been installed
along the canal, especially on
the Egyptian side. Huge works
of fortification have been com-
pleted on both sides. But if the
Israeli loaders are correct, the
fundamental balance has not
i*J. at it. a,
changed.
THIS MEANS, essentially, that
if President Sadat chooses to re-
new sustained fighting, he must
expect to after another sharp
defeat, like that suffered by
Gamal Abdel Nasser when he
launched his war of attrition.
Here, to be sure, a good deal
depends upon the Soviets.
Until now the Soviets have un-
questionably been warning the
Egyptians not to resume fight-
ing on the canal. Almost cer-
tainly, they have also been warn-
ing that they are only committed
to the air defense of the deep
Egyptian interior. Very recently,
however, urgent Sovict-Egyo-
tiar. tal.ts beorsu >n Cairo
IMAGINABLY, therefore, the
Soviets may be offering some in-
crease of military support if
President Sadat gives proof of
much greater political subordi-
nation to his allies in the Krem-
lin. The first and most obvious
proof would be reversal of his
earlier decision to execute Vice
President Ali Sabry and the
other leading Moscow agents in
Egypt who sought to overthrow
the Sadat government.
On the other hand, always as-
suming the Israeli military anal-
ysis is correct, there is only one
thing the Soviets can do to en-
sure an Egyptian victory in the
Sinai. To do this, as the Israelis
believe, the Soviets must inter-
vene on the ground as well as in
the air and in a very major way.
Continued On Page 8-A
COMMENT
Anyone who has played ten-
nis with Lou Schwartzman in re-
cent months will attest to the
disbelief that he was due for
retirement in this next year. De-
spite a definite middle-age bulge
that crept over his belt, the Jew-
ish scholar has proved to be as
physically fit as he is mentally
competent.
IT IS now obvious that the
man who headed Greater Mi-
ami's Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion for 22 years didn't believe
he was ready for retirement.
When it was made quite plain
that such a program was in-
evitable, despite his wishes, he
decided to move on to new ter-
ritory until the day if the
fates so decide he himself can
call the turn on when to quit.
In some ways the reaction is
a good deal sadder than the nor-
mal sentiments that accompany
the retirement or transfer of a
dedicated professional. One
could sense the close of an era
with the retirement of Maurice
Pearlstein as director of the
Jewish Home for the Aged and,
more recently, Ephraim Gale
from the YMHA, and Lou
Schwarztman next year would
have capped it. H'3 would have
been the last of the Federa-
tion's pioneer professionals to
close out a distinguished career
in the face of great financial
and philosophical problems which
few today may understand.
GREAT changes are taking
place in the Jewish community
this and others throughout
the nation and none more
radical than in the area of Jew-
ish education. Not only new
concepts but new people are
needed for the task, and the
latest survey of tne Bureau of
Jewish Education made this
plain indeed.
The decision on Schwartz-
man's retirement was made
long before the Ersoff Report
was submitted, but there is lit-
tle doubt that it affected any
question of retaining Schwartz-
man for the indefinite number
of years beyond the retirement
age that he wished.
LENGTHY hearings by the
newly-established Commission on
Jewish Education of Federation
had already established quite
clearly that the Bureau in more
recent years had lost its effec-
tiveness in many areas of its
responsibility, one reason being
its own vague definition of that
responsibility; as the Report
concluded.
A large part of the blame for
this if one can use the word
blame must be shared by the
Federation leadership itself, for
it obviously had no idea of its
expectation for Jewish educa-
tion for the community, as the
Report states.
AS A matter of historical rec-
ord. Federations throughout the
nation, with few exceptions, gave
few dollars and little concern
in that vital area of Jewish life
during the 22 years that
Schwartzman was in charge.
The shattering portion of the
Ersoff Report was the recom-
mendation that a "Board repre-
senting the Federation be cre-
ated to establish general policy
for the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation ... (to) be appointed by
the Federation (and to) as-
sist in making overall Bureau
policy."
TO UNDERSTAND the radi-
cal nature of the recommenda-
by EDWARD COHEN
tion, one must realize that for
all its life the Bureau has been
an independent agency, on a par
with such other communal serv-
ice agencies as Jewish Family
Service, YMHA, Vocational Serv-
ice, etc., which set its own poli-
cies with only slight interference
from Federation in the budget-
making process.
It is axiomatic that control
of the funds inevitably leads
to full control of an agency
this is one of the main argu-
ments against public assistance
for private schools and the
approval of Federation's execu-
tive board of this recommenda-
tion has caused concern among
many who, while recognizing the
need for radical reform of the
Bureau, nevertheless see danger
in the method utilized. In effect,
Jewish education is tied in now
more closely with Federation
policy than may be desirable.
ON THE other hand, tighter
community control may be the
sa hat ion for most of the Jewish
educational structure which for
the past several decades has been
almost solely in the hands of the
synagogues, not only fragmented
into three major branches, but
into some 40 independent and
autonomous schools: "The eval-
uators feel that the cost of main-
taining individual congregational
schools is prohibitive in many
cases and the quality of instruc-
tion could be greatly improved
by consolidation or merger ."
Time may have called the turn
for Lou Schwartzman In Miami
but there is little reason to doubt
that he will eive to St. Louis
the kind of vital leadership it
needs to build a community edu-
cational system i{ has long been
without.


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Friday. October 1, 1971
letters to the editor

i
EDITOR, The Jewish FloricUnn:
1 find myself Rotting more and
more disenchanted with our or-
ganized religion and tho direction
it has taken during my lifetime.
Our God in Heaven, to whom
we pray so fervently on Rosh Ha-
sh.mih and Yom Kippur His
patieMe with US must be worn out
by now.
We go to our temple and syna-
gogue every year on Rosh Hasha-
nah and Yom Kippur and are sup-
posed to observe the period in be-
twecn as a poatod of penitence.
During this period we admit our
sins openly and publicly to our
God. We sing and recite "Ovinu
Malkenu," 'Al Cheit Shechotonu"
and pray for forgiveness "for the
sins we have committed." We ask
for fort;i\eness for all our trans-
gressions but we start a new
cycle of sins even before the final
sounds of the Shofar have died
out.
What happens to any pact or
pledge made between parties be
they business associates, friends.
relatives or even nations, when one
party always breaks his pledge
and his given word right after a
bargain is made and sealed? It
becomes useless and m-aningless.
Alter all. wo don't have the pro-
tection of a 99 year lease with our
God above. We don't have even a
2. 5, or Hi year lease with am- op-
tion to renew! OUR LEASES ARE
ON A ONE YEAR BASIS ONLY!
,Iud*Lsm is the c-adle of all mod-
ern religions. Yet, .Judaism is rot-
ting end withering on the vine.
When the latest polls and urveys
show that only about 19'> of Jews
HANS H.
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attend religious services, it is real
cause lor alarm, and the percent-
ages are still going down.
We talk about the rebellion of
our youth but overlook the rebel-
lion of those who have become dis-
enchanted with sermons of plati-
tudes which have become meaning-
less. Giving lip service only to our
heritage and traditions is not
enough to sustain it A flock, no
matter whether sheep or humans,
must have a gooo and conscientious
shepherd to guide them, for them
to survive.
A good shepherd is not one who
looks aiter just a few to fatten up
(in tho case of humans, the afflu-
ent", but rather the entire flock.
A good shepherd is distinguished
by looking after the lame, the
lean, the hungry and the helpless.
If our religion is to survive, (and
it must because it has given com-
fort to so many when they have
nowhere else to turn) some of our
religious leaders should stop ad-
vertising their temple functions as
"tho biggest social event of the
season" and "black tie." They
then by exclude from participation
about 85',i of the membership who
maj not have tuxedos and cannot
afford tho exorbitant admission
charge.--
If some of our loaders will claim,
in self-defense, that this is the only
way they can induce large con-
tributors to contribute, then they
have laiied miserably in their mis-
sion and calling. By appealing to
snobbishness instead of righteous-
ness, they are downgrading the
teachings of our Torah and our
Prophets.
We are losing our youngsters be-
cause we don't train them for their
Bar Mitzvah as a symbol of pride
in their heritage but rather as a
social obligation of the parents. No
matter how successful our reli-
gious leaders may become as fund-
raisers, or march in freedom pa-
rades, it will not hide their spir-
itual failure... because we are los-
ing our new generation to indif-
ference and assimilation.
ABE SOLOSKO
.Miami Beach
KDITOK, Tho Jewish Floridian:
I was greatly disturbed by the
erroneous news item carried in the
Floridian on Sept. 10, 1971. It was
incorrectly stated that the Jewish
Student Center is located in the
"former" Hillel Foundation Build-
ing. i
The Jewish Student Cento: is a
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation. It
has always been and continues to
be so. Our building is owned and
operated by the B'nai B'rith com-
munity through our Hillel advisory
board. As a matter of fact, solely
by virture M the magnificent sup-
port of local B'r.ai B'rith Lodges
and Chapters, a good part of our
building has been newly repaired,
refurbished and redecorated.
Hillel operates as the Jewish
Student Center here and through-
out the world. The verbal empha-
sis of this fact in campus publicity
is our students' effort to make
this matter clear among college
age Jewish youth in Greater Mi-
imi. We want Jewish students to
know that Hillel is their "Center"
rist as the Baptist Student Center
and the Catholic Student Center is
the meeting place for those groups.
RABBI STANLEY A. BINCHUBB
Director B'nai B'rith Hillel
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fJewisti ftorSdHain
Page 7-A
* lien. Hod Speaker For
Beth Sholom's Dinner
World Poetry Days' Set Oct. 12-15 Here
General MordechaJ Hod. Com-
mand, I of the Israel Air Force and
a hero of the Six-Day War, will be
CtNlRAl MOKDtCHAI HOD
the guesi speaker at the annual
i lie Beth Sholom-Israel Din-
ner ol State, Sunday, Oct. 24. Dr.
Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of
the temple, has announced.
The R' th Sholom dinner on be-
liali of Israel Bonds traditionally
initiates the fall series <>f dinners
and oth events sponsored by
te i s and synagocrues in Greater
M on behalf of Israel Bonds.
(; neral Hod. one of Israel's t .}">
military strategists, is a man who
has come up through the ranks to
assUITH C immand Of the precision-
train ,i Israeli Air Force. He di-
rected the lightning air sorties
"which immobilized Aral) armies in
the 1967 Six-Day War and tipped
the i> lance of the fighting In Is-
rael's Favor.
in Great Britain where he became
Israel's first jet fighter pilot. Dur-
the early days of Israel's independ-
ence. Gen. Hod flew Mustang,
Ouragon and Mysrere~^pr fighters,
patrolling the borders of the Jew-
ish State to assure its security.
He commanded a jet squadron dur-
ing the Sinai campaign of 1950.
After peace was restored, On.
Hod was appointed operations base
commander <>f the Air Force. He
took leave of a duties in 1959 to enroll in a spe-
cial course for senior air officers
'.n the United Slates. When he re-
turned to Israel, he became ope ra-
il ins officer of the Air Force; -1 m
ifterwnrds, he was promoted to
head of the air department, the
number two command post in the
flying corps.
Within the framework of this
job, he fulfilled many services
abroad, all of which dealt with the
acquisition of Air Force supplies.
It was during this i'riod. in 1962,
that the Air Force acquired Mi-
rage jet fighters f:m Fiance.
General Hod capped his steady
climb up the chain of command
of Israel's military in 19G6 when
lie was named ("oi.inlander of the
\ir Force. In this capacity, he is
responsible for maintaining the
continual readiness of Israel's fly-
ng forces. He also shares in the
planning and policy decisions which
help determine Israel's military |
strategy.
The Luramore-Rader Poetry
Group of Miami is s|K)nsoring a
four-day world poetry obsTvanc
Oct. \2 to 15.
Mrs. I i >rothy Alper is general
shairman of the county-wide pro-
grams planned, and writers Gil-
aerl Maxwell, Suzanne Douelas.
Hannah Kahn, Vivian Laramore
Ruder and Ruby Levkolf are
scheduled to appear.
Participating libraries including
the John F. Kinmdy Memorial
Library in Hialeah and the Surf
Mai-Bay Branch, have set evening
orograms f >r Tuesday, Oct. 12:
Von I Gables Library's observance
will he held on Oct. 13: Miami
Shores Brockway Memorial Li-
brary ;,nd Coconut Grove Branch
have scheduled programs on Oct.
14. and Miami Beach Library on
Oct. 15.
Rabbi Barry Tabachnikofi, as-
sistant rabbi of Temple Israel of
Greater Miami, has been ap-
pointed chairman of the com-
mittee en Christian-Jewish re-
lations of the American Jewish
Committee. Rabbi Tabachnikoff
was crdained at the Hebrew
Union College, Cincinnati, Ohio,
where he received his Master
of Hebrew Letters degree in
1968, and continued graduate
studies at the School of Divin-
itv at St. Louis University.
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1 "The fact that a man of Gon.
Hod's outstanding stature his been
idelegated to represent his govern-
ment ;d the annutl Temple Beth;
Sholom dinner for Israel Bonds is
a rare tribute to our entire con-
gregation and gratifying recogni-
tion of the paoesetting role which
Beth Sholom has had in the Israel
Bond effort, not only in our e im-
munity, but nationally," Rabbi
Kronish itoted.
Michael Litvak. director of the
Isra. I Bond Organisation, pointed
DUt that Temple Beth Sholom was
the eimtrrogation which initiated
temple dinners for Israel Bon la
nearly two d:>cades ago and has
Consistently been one of the lead-
ing congregations in support of
Israel's economic needs throughoul
the years.
A native Palestinian, Gen. Hod
Divided his youth !>etwecn agricul-
tural studies and the activities of
the Hiiganah, the underground de-
fense forces of the Palestine Jews
He volunteered for the British
Rrmy during World War II. serv-
ing with a tr.ins|K>rt unit in Fur-
ope. He ilso participated in the
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vJenisti fhrlcttam
Friday, October 1, 1971
FEDIRATIONS 33rd ANNUAL MEETING AND 1971 CAMPAIGN TRIBUTE EVENT
Award Presentation Highlight Of Dinner
Continued From Page 1-A
guost speaker of the evening. Well-
known for his novels, Mr. Wies, 1
has received many honors, includ-
ing the Prix Medicis, one of
France's major literary awards for
his must recent novel "A Beggar
in Jerusalem."
The evening will also feature the
election of o.'ricers and board mem-
bers and the presentation of the
Presidents' LeadershiD Award for
1971.
The annual meeting and cam-
fMNgn trioute dinner will mark the
climax of t:>e 1971 CJA-IEF cam-
paign, the most successful in the
33-year history of the Federation.
The current officers and board
of directors of the Federation are
members of the 33rd annual meet-
ing committee. They include Milton
Weiss, president; Samuel X. Fried-
land, honorary president; Leon
Kaplan, immediate i>ast president:
&4L
so
Continued From Page 4-A
DESPITE the hugeness of the
Soviet-supplied Egyptian arm-
ored forces, the intensity of the
Egyptian canal-crossing exer-
cises and all the other threat-
ening factors, the Israelis are
convinced that they can win a
smashing victory in a battle for
the Sinai. They even believe
they can do so if the Soviets re-
inforce their air units in Egypt
sufficiently to dominate the air
over the desert battlefield.
At this juncture, moreover,
large-scale Soviet intervention
on the ground as well as in the
air seems highly unlikely. Hence
Sadat's real military option, if
that is what he chooses, would
appear to boil down to trying
another round of the war of at-
trition. But this one, too, is a
very unattractive option unless
the Israelis have miscalculated.
NASSER'S WAR of attrition
ended costing Egypt tens of
thousands of troops, expended
to no purpose. The Israelis now
think they have the answer to
Sadat's mast important new
weapons the SAM 2 and SAM
3 missiles so densely deployed
along the Suez front. The course
of the flare-up suggests the Is-
raelis are right.
Suppose, therefore, that the
air umbrella provided by the
missiles cannot be relied upon
by the Egyptians. Then there is
nothing in sight to make a war
of attrition more hopeful today
than it was in 1969. Even if the
Soviet fighter squadrons in
Egypt enter combat along the
canal, it will only make the
fighting more internationally
alarming.
IN BUM, the military choice
is Sadat's most dangerous choice
because the greatest danger to
his regime would be another
serious battlefield reverse. Yet
the other choices logically open
to him are almost equally re-
pellent. One of them, of course,
is to return to the stalemate
cease-fire and to let it be in-
definitely prolonged.
Doing this would again be
dangerous to the Sadat regime.
But the third choice, which is
political, would require Presi-
dent Sadat to swallow large
chunks of his rhetoric, includ-
ing his very recent rhetoric.
Sadat enn have an interim solu-
tion, including the reopening o!'
the canal, but the Israelis wi'l
not consent to anything like his
6tated minimum terms.
IN THIS respect, the Ameri-
can policy-makers seem to have
encouraged the Egyptian presi-
dent. But facts still have to be
faced.
So President Sadat f:ices a
three-horned dilemma. And it is
anyone's bet which horn he will
choose.
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Nation's Jewish Leaders Assail 'Double Standard'
(Continued from Page 1-A)
.live lo the United Nations,
w irned.
There are at least three possi-
bilities in the approach to a
settlement of the Jerusalem
Erobtem, Mr. Klutznick said.
11) The status quo could go on
jfor an indeterminate period of
lime and Israel would continue
ti provide tree access to all holy
places: (2i The United Nations
n may call for international-
ization of the city; or (3) There
pan be a new solution: First de-
Jjn.ate tho boundaries of Jeru-
faVem, including the old. the new
knd the suburbs. Then accept
fh.' sovereignty of Israel over
this city in view of its demon-
strated capacity to effectively
administer without discrimina-
tion.
He added only one "condi-
tion" that arrangements be
perfected to permit whomever
the Moslems or Christians desig-
nate to have hegemony over
their respective holy places with
Israel supplying police protec-
tion and general welfare facili-
ties.
Rabbi Irving Lchrman of Mi-
ami Beach, president of the
Synagogue Council of America,
announced that he had issued
invitations to Protestant, Cath-
olic and Muslim leaders to par-
ticipate in a fraternal discus-
sion of our respective associa-
tions with the Holy City. "It is
my hope that this discussion
will lead to a deeper and more
respectful understanding of our
respective involvements," he
said. "The Jews' whole history
has been nothing but a pilgrim-
age to Jerusalem," he declared.
"Whatever stereotypes the world
attributes to Jews, surely we
cannot be accused of being insuf-
ficiently sensitive to the sanc-
tity and beauty of Jerusalem."
Even the "uniquely profound"
attachment of Jews to Jeru-
salem does not make for politi-
cal sovereignty, Rabbi Lehrman
declared "Theological affirma-
tions do not create political
rights," he observed. "It is not
Israel that wishes to dislodge
her neighbors, however, but
others who are seeking to dis-
ioclge Israel."
Rabbi Henry Siegman, execu-
tive vice president of the Syna-
gogue Council of America, called
the question of Jerusalem a
"perfect illustration of how the
Christian theological bias makes
hollow any insistence within
Christian leadership that the
Middle East situation is to be
assessed on strictly political and
moral grounds." He pointed out
that Jordan's annexation of East
Jerusalem 19 years ago and its
"wanton desecration of virtu-
ally every Jewish shrine" evoked
no outcry from Christians, but
now that control has reverted to
the Israelis and all shrines have
become completely accessible to
all faiths, "the Jewish presence
is considered offensive."
The real problem for Jews, he
went on, it not whether Israeli
policy is right or wrong but why
"certain influential segments in
both the Catholic and Protes-
tant communities have so blat-
antly applied a double standard
to Arab and Jewish presences in
the Holy City."
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#vcliqions **Z5e
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MIAMI
A H AM A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION? 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Aron Ben Arop. 1
------------
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conseevative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz 2
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken-
dall Dp. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. 3
-----------
BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipson 4
- rcuT: Sumlny 8 P-nt Monday ''
i Sermon: 'Illusion "i Purity." '
i Tuesday 9 a.m.
----------
EETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
-:x. Rbbi H. Rothman 5
- turday a.m sn'i'n'l' Bundaj
" |vin Mondn) B m l SO p.m.
.1 Ml
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson 6
urda) k:43 a.m. Subject: "Listen,
I' .., I. SI i 'i i IT M.....Ibj 8 I i
m. siil.j.. i -IN la!!.-n Tabernacle "
ieday B:4S a m. Subject "The Har-
vest I 11
BETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hinkes 8
> CCOT: Bunday eveninK- Monday 9
n 8:34 p.in Sermon topic: l'miu-
and Challenge"
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER
Miami. 137 NE '9th Street. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 10
. "CCOT: Sunday 7:30 p.m. Monday
a.m. s. ii.....i topic: "The Fruits O!
Hands
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Draam. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
E CCOT: Sunday 8:S p.m M.....laj
. in Sermon: "Blue I'ri.it For
ice." tii. bcUij v 15 in Sermon:
be Sim ca As A Shi Iter
OR OLOM (Temple,
St. Conservative.
Glixman.
8755 SW 16th
Rabbi Ralph
13
,' p.m. Sat urda] 8:30 a m srr-
. iT: Sunday 7 p.m Monday s ::"
i 7:00 p in Tuesday B:80 a.m.
Tl^ERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein. 14
2!ON (Temple) 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
tervative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor Richard S. Browdy. 16
K da) b:3n ii.nx Saturday > a.m. Bar
/.van: Aiuly. son ..f Mr. and Mrs
Maurice Koptoel BUCCOT: Bunday
p in Monday a m 8:30 p.m.
sdaj a.m.
POMPANO BEACH
SHOLOt.1 (Ten.pie). 132 SE 11th Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. Sko*.
Cantor Ernest Schreiber.
MltfStDE
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION
9293 Harding Ave., Surfside, Town
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D. Vine
50
S;iiunla> B a.m.
Monday
FYldaj B:Sfl p.m.
g^JHTSKSSS refsw^aw-
a.m.
EMANU-EL (Temple). 1701 Washinfl-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Leh'man. Cantor Zvl Adler. 24
BUCCOT: Sunday 8 p.m. Monday 8
.i in hi ::" a.m. Junior Congregation
Services Tuesday '' am. 10:80 a.m.,
luni'.r Congregation Services,
HEBRE ~ ACADEMY. 2400 Plnetree
Dr. Oi thodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross
Saturday a.m Topic: "Sultah
pi'CCOT: Bunda; T p.m. Monday B
a m Topic: "Wha! Makes For Hap-
piness.", 7 11-ii Tuesday '< .a"1
Topic "Whai i- A Typical Jewf
CDNO. AN-NELL israncn of He-
brew Academy). 7th St. and Mend-
ian Ave. Orthodox. Habbi Abraham
Ben-Hillel. 25-A
JACOB C COr.EN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington
Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H.
Stern. Cantor Meyer Engel. Z*>
Bl'CCOT m das :;" a m. Sermon:
From The Taherna. le ", '" P '
Tuesdaj 8:30 a.m., Bermon: i ">
Harvest ol I.if.-"
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif. 2i
MENORAH (Temple). 620 75th St
Conservative. Rsbbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nlco Feldman. 28
Friday p.m. Saturday 9 a m Bar
Mitsvah: Ira Krrindel, son "i Mr.
ami Mrs Marvin Krelndel.
NER TArviiu ( i empie). 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. 2
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Boni*
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas
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41
HALLANDAIE
HAt-L/sVOALE JEWISH OEMT
NE ,st Ave.
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (Temple). 1351 S. 14th Ave
Heform. Rabbi Samuel Jsffe. 45
Friday 8:18 p.m. Sermon topic: "The
Plight "l Soviet Jewry." Baturday u
a in Bar Mie/\:ih: SI. veil Hary BVK-
n.itz. son pi Dr. and Mrs. Lee Bgg-
natz BUCCOT: Bundaj 7 30 p.m. Mon-
day ii ii.m.
BETH SHALOM (Temple). 1728 Mon-
roe St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Irving Gold. 4f
Friday R:l!i p.m. Bat Ultsvah: Bandy,
daughter of Mr and Mrs. Harold
Polls. BUCCOT; Sunday 7 .m. Mon-
daj 9 a in. 7 p.m. Tuesday '' a.m
Bv RABBI STANLEY RINGLER
RABBI BARRV TABACHMKOFF
The Song of Moses (Haazinul
iound in Deuteronomy 32 is a tri-
umphal valedictory oration. It is
.in exhortation to respond not only
to Cod's will but also to man's
needs. Ii Is a starK contrast vi-ith j clt>al of commitment and sophi.ti-
such other portions as those deal- j cation theologically as well as an
Ing with leprosy in which the clis- j ;il>Hity to come to terms with the
ease is described in fine detail.
ened Jo*, need not reject his Juda-
ism because* of'primitive and even
archaic ideas which are a part of
our history. Rather he must find
the courage to reject thCSB in
favor of a mow sophisticated "Wel-
tanschauung" (world View).
Obviously this demantis a good
These contrasting concerns re-
flect a particular theological man-
EMPLE SOLEL- (Liberal) ervice, nor limited by a world pei-spoctivo
every other week, starting Sept. 10. which attributed such afllicitlons to
at Hollywood Hills High School.
Rabbi Robert P. Frazin.
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (Temple) 6920 SW 35th St
Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Ed-
wards. Vantor Abraham Koster 48
Weber-
30
SEPHAROIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 3'
H1ICCOT: Suniliiv I'.ni Mn-mlay > ""
i, in Bermon topic: "The Pour In-
gredient* !' Hi-- Jewish Boul. i in--
day s ;" a pi Bermon topic: Tin Daj
of Rejoicing".
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
Groner. K
PYlday 6:46 p.m. Baturday S:3n a.m.
Bl'CCOT: Sun.lay 6:45 v in Monday
-3 a in. Sermon: "Your Mouse
Should Be \ sun ali ". 6:48 p.m. ues-
lay 8:80 p.m. Bermon: "The Leaaon
it the Hlarot"
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NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER, 1720 79th Street Cause-
way, North Bay Village. Conserva-
tive. Rabbi Philip Fried. Cantor
Carl Bender. 32-A
MARGATE
MARGATE JEWISH CENTEK 10-
NW 9th St.
HIALEAH
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na-
than Zolondek. 15
Friday 8:1C p.m. Sorninn topir: "Re-
member Th< Days 5 ..m BUCCOT: Sunday 7 p.m. Mon-
day H:30 nt. Sermon topic: "The
Builder Ami1 The Planter. 7 p.m.
Tuesday 9:S| am, Bermon topic:
"j o^..^ and Soinmoii a Contraat.",
', m.
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
'3600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel, Cantor Ben
Zion K-rschenbaum. 35
V- da] B:1S p.m. at Balmoral Hotel)
Bermon: "The Teatlmony ot Heaven
. i Earth." JM-'CCOT 7 p.m. Bermon:
*"rtie sui.aii and the Skyacraper."
Monday v .. m. Bermon: "The Suc-
. toquet. Tuesday 8 a m
MIAMI 8EACH
ACUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. 17
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Berel Well. 18
EETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Crthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir.
tsy. Car.toe Maurice Mamches. 19
EETH MPHAEL (Temple). 1545
.efferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
EETH SHOLOM ( Temple). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor David Conviser. 21
F das 8:13 P.m Bermon topic: "I*
Jewish Position Really As PYall
At The Sukttshr" Baturday 10:48 a.m.
Mitsvah I Richard Kramer, son of
.i"il Mis II Coleman Kramer.
B CCOT: Saiulay 8:15 pin Monday
10 4.-, a.m.
EETH TFILAH 935 Euclid Ave. Or.
:nodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackcv-
fcy, ^ 22
BETH VOSBPH CHAIM CONGREGA-
TION, 843 Meridian Avenue. 22-A
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
"242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig. 23
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (Temple). 1025
NE Miami Gardens Dr. Conserva-
tive. Rabbi Milton Schlinsky. Can.
tor Nathaniel Schub. 33
BETH TORAH. NE 164th St. at 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
tr.hitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 3*
Saiunlav S::i" a.m. Har Mitsvah:
Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
Kaplan; Todd, son of .Mr. anil Mrs
Morton PlhuK. Bl'CCOT: Btmday i>
p.m. Monday 8:30 am. Tuesday 8:80
a.m.
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel.
Cantor Jack Lerner. 38
BUCCOT: Sunday 7 p m Monday :.
a.m.. 7 p.m. Tuesday 9 a.m., 7 p.m.
SINAI (Temple) o NORTH DADE
18801 NE ;'2nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor Irving
Shulkes.
Friday 8:16 pm, Baturday 10:80 am
Bniii Mitsvah: Robert i diver, and
Clenn Gold. Bl'CCOT: Sunday 7:30
p.m. Monday lii::tii a.m
SKY LAKE SVNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
19th A^e. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
Caplan. 38
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YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox
Rabbi Naftali Porush. 39
CORAL GABLES
JUDEA (Temple). 5500 Granada Blvd
Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper '40
Friday S p.m. BCCOOT: Sunday 8
p.m. Monday 1' a.m.
ZAMORA (Temple) 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berg-
er. Cantor Mordecai Yardeini 41
Friday 8 p.m Saiurday 8:46 a.m.
BITCCOT: Sunday 6:80 p.m. Monday
1:46 a in D::iii p.m. Tuesday SilTi a.m.
FT. LAUDEROALE
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 547 E. Oak-
land Park Blvd. Rabbi Akiva Bril-
liant. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
EMANU-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Park
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur J. Ab-
rams. Cantor Jerome Klement. 43
Ry RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why is the Festival Of Sue-
coth characterised as the "Time
of Rejoicing;?"
The Bible (Dcut. 16:14, ir>
commands the Jew to rejoice in
this festival and to lie happy. Some
comiiienlru'U's (e.g., Levtistl) claim
that this was especially the happy
occasion in ancient times because
it was the harvest season and
realizing the produce of his toil.
the farmer in ancient times finally
relaxed because he had no more
concern over the success of his
crops. Also, the hottest |>eviod of
the summer was behind him and
the nights were turning cooler.
Some say that this season was
muked as the "Season of Happi-
ness" because it was on Yom Kip-
pur that Moses came down the
second time from Mt. Sinai and
bore the proof of The Almighty's
forgiveness. Succoth. coming n few
days alter Yom Etippur, constitutes
the festival in which this forgive-
ness is celebrated.
In our own times, Yom Kippur
nds the penitential period when
the people are tense in realizing
their sins and confessing them.
Feeling that they have been for-
given on Yom Kirjpur, the time
is now to rejoice over this phe-
nomenon of forgiveness.
Providence. The fact that they re-
garded the "plague" of leprosy as
just punishment for slar.der attests
to their simplistic theological
world view. They even prescribed
as punishment for one stricken by
this dread dLscase that he be ban-
ished from the community and be
is one of the dead.
But now we are reminded thai
"The Rock, His work is perfect;
Kor all His ways are justice; A
God of faithfulness and without
iniquity. Just and Right is He."
(Deut -42:41 How can we recon-
cile these opjiosite views of the-
ological responsibility tor man's1
condition?
We must understand that ancient
man tended to think in primitive
ways whin confronted with the
terrifying reality of his finitude.
Any event lx>yond man's limited
power of understanding was al-!
most automatically ascribed to I
other-worldly infallible powers !
While this accounted for problems!
and events which seemed l>eyond'
finite comprehension, this process
of reasoning unfortunately also
terrifying reality of human fini-
tude and the realization that sal-
vation is to he discovered' in ore-
Clsely such realism and not neces-
sarily in the escapism of depend-
ing on an idea of other worldly om-
niscience and omnipotence.
The problem is not with the
words of Torah, but how we under-
si and and use them. The direction
is hinted at but it remains for us
to comprehend. "For it is no vain
thing for you: because it is your
life ." Deut. 32:47.
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Largest Succah In
SE United States
At Oholei Torah
A Succoth party will l>e held for
tended to legitimatize the correct-1 the children of Oholei Torah Day
ness of a theology of categorical | School in one of the largest Sue-
absolutes. I cabs in the Southeastern United
States Wednesday at 10 a.m.
Within this context Phansaic-
Rahbinic thought developed along
primitive lines of conceptualiza-
tion. From a simplistic beginning,
there emerged a complex eschato-
logical concept of Providential re-
tribution and/or salvation.
As a result, in our own time
there are those who explain events
of the magnitude of the holocaust
as being an act of Divine punish-
ment for the Jewish people's sins
and failings.
The Oholei Torah students will
decorate their giant (40x16 ft.?
Succah a hut with a thatched
roof of leaves, branches or bamboo
sticks built in commemoration of
the Exodus from Egypt where
more than 200 persons are ex-
pected to celebrate the festival.
Both adults and children will be
entertained by Maurice the Magi-
cian at the Succoth party. Esrog
and lulav will also be available to
all participants, according to the
If there is a lesson in all of this, j school's principal, Rabbi Sholom
it surely must be that the enlight- D. Lipskar.
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Oct. A Ch. 10, 8:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
Host: Rabbi David Raab. Temple Beth Raphael
Oct. :i Ch. 7. 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
Topic: "Succoth"
Host: Rabbi Charles Rubel,
Congregation B'nai Raphael
Guests: Rabbi Lewis Grassman,
". ibbi Harry Schwartz and Cantor Jack Lerner
Why is It customary to decor-
ate the suce.ih?
Generally speaking, whatever
commandment the Jew observes
in positive form should he ol d
in a manner which show- hov
eager the Jew is to follow the
commands of his Creator. The suc-
cah being one of the Almighty's
Dosltive commandments, is no ex-
ception to this rule. Furthermore,
-ince Succoth is a festival of re-
ioicing, one must demonstrate his
happinrsa".
One of the ways of demonstrat-
ing one's joy is to decorate one's
surroundings in order to provide
a colorful and jubilant atmosphere
which will reflect his happiness on
the occasion of his communion with
the Almighty on the holiday.
(O, 1971 Jewish Tiii-Biiiiihii- Agency
i
This pdgir it preparrd in
Cooperation with the Greater
Miami Rabbinical Association.
Coordinator of the features
appearing here is
RABBI MAXWELL BERGER
Spiritual Leader of
Temple Zamora
Ccral Gables
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAK PORTION
Ha-Azinu
(Chapter XXXII)
SONc, OF MOSES: Invoking heaven and earth as eternal
witnesses of his ins by contrasting God's
faithfulness and justice w h I r el's perversity and ingratitude
to their F ther in He w n. l. t the people but inquire of the older
generation and they would be told how God had chosen Israel
from among the nations and eared for them in the wilderness as
an eagle over its young: they enjoyed luxurious food in abundance
in the land God had given th m I it in return they forsook him
and worshipped idols. Such provocation would lie punished by the
onslaught of a barbarous enemy and the horrors of famine, fear,
plague and war. Israel would have been utterly annihilated had
not the enemy foolishly as ,, victories to themselves and
not to God even the heathen must admit that their idols are
not as mighty as- the Lord. In Israel's hour of need, God would
show mercy and make them realize that the idols in whom they
trusted could not protect them. He alone is the only true God
with the power ol bring n I taking life, and will take vengeance
on the enemy. In conclusion .Moses calls upon all nations to join
with Israel in singing pre si for their deliverance.
MOSES ASCENDS MY. NEBO: Alter Moses had completed
his song, he Impressed upon the Children of Israel the need to
observe the word ; ih, for through obedience their days
would be prolonged upon the laid which they were about to
; possess. On that se tie day G 'I told Moses to ascend Mount Ne'bo
\ where he was to die, as Aaron had died, because they had not
obeyed Him at Kadesh. Moses would see the land from a distance,
. but would not enter it.

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Friday, October 1, 1971
vJewisti Mrridicnn
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Max Lerner
Sees It
WASHINGTON It was in mid-September, 1937. Presi-
dent Roosevelt, in his second term, was riding high us he tugged
ihc reins to change the direction and complexion of the Su-
preme Court, much as President Nixon is doing now. To fill a
welcome vacancy he made the unlikely choice of Hugo Lafayette
Black, senator from the redneck Alabama hill country, radical
New Dealer, more distinguished for his political militancy than
his judicial temperament and experience.
Roosevelt didn't mind riling the opposition. He was heart-
deep and spleen-deep in a battle to change the voting patterns of
the court, not just in his own time hut for years to come. He
enjoyed the frustration of his enemies at having to seat on the
court the youngest of a brood of eight of a Confederate dirt
farmer, a nominee as radical as I.ouis P. Brandeis. around whose
, ''.-urination a storm had swirled in 1916, But F.D.R. knew that
a Democratic Senate couldn't turn down a Southerner and one
of their own.
fir 6
I WAS POLITICAL EDITOR of 'The Nation." too young
foi mellowness, drinking delight of battle as a New Dealer and
a cruimpion of Black's positions in his Senate brawls. Naturally
I hailed the appointment.
Then 'he cyclone hit. A muckraking journalist, acting on a
good tip. did a beautiful job of digging up the fact that this
Invent New Deal senator, now a month old as justice, had been
a (Clansman, having .joined the hooded ones in Birmingham in
1923.
It was lik>_ learning that William Kunstler had been a
Black Shirt once or Bella Abzug had tried a twirl as George
Wallace's mistress. My fellow editors on The Nation were ready
in throw Hu'.:<> to the wolves to save the liberal sleigh. I coun-
-i !e.l cool. I learned that Black, on a London vacation, was see-
ing my friend Harold Laski, so 1 wrote Laski about how the
garbage had hit the Ian in New York and offered to fly to
London. Laski cabled to sit tight and meet Black's boat at
Newport New-;. I did.
So did a couple ol hundred other press and radio characters.
all in quest of a mass interview with Hugo. I felt lost and sur-
rounded. But 1 had lead Lincoln Steftens and felt like the com-
pleat liberal sleuth. Black sent out word to the frustrated pack
ol media hound- that there would be no interview. I must have
bribed a .steward, but I got a note into the stateroom, and back
came word on how to make a getaway. The tide of media human-
ily. sulphurous with balked virtu., swirled about him but we
extricated ourselves and i .-oared Ughthearted down the gang-
It with Hugo and Josephine Black and off to Alexandria.
-.V # &
in-. TALKED, wnv had in. refused the press conference?
he had learned in politics never to meet an attack on
my's ground, He would go on the air and answer in his
ly, on his own terms.
And tin- answer? He told me of his Alabama boyhood, <>f
devouring :dl the 'nook-, oi the Southern Populist tradition which
had caught him up in its twisted contradictory roots, of his
struggles a. a young politician fighting 'he monied Interests, of
identifying with the sharecroppers, small farmers and workers,
of finding himseU fining the Kl n in his young naivete and
dropping it With finality when he learned more about it.
I gues- I believed enough ii ption to !> convinced.
Even d 1 ha in'i known his S nafc i ord the man himsell would
h v. been enou :h, Hi.....r than true: He had casl the
bell and thrown iway the mold, He was all ol a piece self-
taught, with a primitive directness, at once literal-minded and
intellectually subtle and there is no other like him.
ft ii #
WE TALKED VKKY LATE. I stayed the night and came
home ready for the fray A New York Times reporter, speaking
Of Back's coming radio talk, said 1 was helping him with the
speech. It wasn't true, as anyone could tell from the text itself,
with it- naive "Some of my best friends are Jews" note, which
i de Easterners wine.'. But the resl of the talk was strong and
direct. When l wrote my commentary I didn't try to defend
him: He had done that himself. 1 was more interested in his
future than hi- past, and I wenl out on a long limb to predict
that he would l>e one of the gxeat ones ot Supreme Court history.
Happily my wild guess turned out true. Some of the game
people who lambasted me then for running afoul of their liberal
fanaticism later became his claque, More recently they cooled
to him again because he followed his own direction not theirs
on ait-downs id demonstrations. Now, at 86 and ailing, he
has resigned, and Mhum has a mivd vacancy to fill. But the
Hugo [remember will live forever in the court opinions the
yt.ung will devour.
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Friday, October 1. 1971
This Week In History...
40 Years Ago This Week: 1931
Arab Nationalists warned Brj>#
ain th^ u^ss-Hniy werejj^Hted
independence they wouldlook to
the USSR for aid.
Seventy percent of the Jews of
Lodz, Poland, were reported des-
titute.
Poland's oldest ra^bi. Meier Poc-
zenik, uncle of the Zaddik of Belz,
died at 80.
The first Hitlerite meeting in
New York warned of 'The Jewish
World Menace." Forty-three at-
tended. 20 stayed to the end.
It was disclosed in Vienna that
Frau Raubal, former chief cm!;
at the Jewish Students" House,
was the sister of rLdolph Hit'er.
but it was unkn wn ;.f she had
been a spy or just a wage-earner.
The HI br n '" sity estib-
Ushed a fellowship in Arabic
Studios.
The vvHna Synagogue was se-
riously damaged by fire,
10 Years Ago This Wei k: l!l
Continuing clashes I' "
Jew- and Moslems in Oran, Alg
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Clod Sund.y
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^mdenberg, 49, and the burning
dowrhof four JawJeh- shops.*
Lower East Side-born lawyer
Max J. Rubin was named president
of the New York City Board of
Education.
Rabbi Eliezer Poupko. Russian-
born hono;ary president of the
Union of Orthodox Rabbis of the
U.S. and Canada, died in Philade-
phia at 75.
Premier David Ben-Gurion of
Israel was 75.
Dean Heinrich Gruber, West
German Evangelical who testified
against Adolf Eichmann, was hon-
ored on his 70th birthday with a
Jewish National Fund forest in
Israel.
M shammed Dtab Abhissi. an Al-
gerian Moslem, was senter;c?d to
life imprisonment for "aiding Jews
trying to get to Israel" and thu
"harming the Internal and exter-
nal security oi' the State."
S vlet poet Yevgeny Yevtu-
shenko, a non-Jew, v is criticized
by his colleagues for 'lib; Yar,"
m condemning anti-Semitism
in I declaring that Communism
cannot succeed "until the last anti-
Semite has been obliterated from
the faoo of the earth." One called
him "a pigmy cosmopolitan."
c lust Pablo Casals planted the
first saplings for the Isaac and
Vila Stern Grove in the Jeru-
salem Forest.
The Syrian Army revolted
against and split from President
Game] Abdei Nasser's United
Aral) Republic.
A Defense Dept. official said
Egypt bad gotten $315 mill: >n
and Syria $12" million in Soviet
loans and grants.
"The very continued existence
of the Jewish community is in se-
rious question in some countries.
owing to acutely irregular sex and
age distribution, mixei marriages,
low fertility and resultant insuffi-
cient reproduction rates." two He-
brew University scholars reported.
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$9.5 Million Ad Campaign Being
Launched By National Airlines
Tl* theme of National Airlines'
now $9.5-million "person-to-person"
advertising campaign, being launch-
Oct. K is "National. The first name
airline."
Created by F. William Free &
Company, the carriers New York-
based advertising agency, the cam-
paign will focus on National's "re-
Shing attitude toward its pas-
sengers and flying," according to
Armand G. Arel, director of adver-
tising and sales promotion. It will
emphasize the airline's goal of pro-
viding "every passenger flying with
- the personal attention and serv-
in-flight and on-thc-ground
that will make him glad he
- National.
The campaign, which will also
" i mpt to "personalize the peo-
visible or behind-the-scenes
i are National and who make
airline what it is today." will
television, radio, newspapers,
consumer and trade publications.
and billboards. Most of the budget
will lie chancled into newspaper
advertising, 30-second TV spots
1 (X)-second radio commercials.
Typical of the "person-to-person"
iroach is a newspaper ad slated
to appear in major cities served
by National. Featuring a head-shot
of a stewardess, the headline says:
"I'm Cheryl. Fly me. You think I'm
just a pretty face? I'm not," the
copy explains. "I'm a fresh attitude
wards air travel a bright look
en the outside, a personal way of
Ihinking on the inside.
Back in the old days in the
airline business, everyone seemed
to think airlines were pretty much
alike. And a lot of them were. So
. we decided to change a few minds.
P. it of the challenge was to
come out and tell you who we are,
why we're special, and what we're
doing to be even better."
The ad then points out what Na-
ti il is doing to keep passengers
h ippy, Pinpointing the campaign's
I asic philosophy, it concludes: "The
ay we figure it, the more we like
you, the more you'll like us. So
. we're not just a bunch of
people. We're an airline. And you
can call us by our first name.
National."
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Television and radio commer-
cials in key market cities will fol-
low much the same theme. Stew-
ardesses will introduce themselves
by their first names and suggest
that passengers "Fly Me" to a
variety of National destinations.
Aside from its media campaign,
National will launch a drive to
"personalize" its employees. The
5oal will be to foster a "friendlier,
more informal, and more peisonal
relationship" between passengers
and personnel. For example, every
jet in the airline's fleet will carry
a girl's name boldly emblazoned on
its fuselage. Names used wjll rep-
raseatt thu 0 ;mo*t pdpirfar iaaunt.s
among female employees. Employ-
ees will also sport bright, eye-
catching buttons featuring their
first names and encouraging pas-
sengers to call them "Jack," "John"
or "Joe."
The objective? Says National's
director of advertising: "Like the
rest of our advertising campaign,
we hope to project a refreshing
new attitude that will put the 'per-
son-to pcrsoii' relationship and the
fun buck into tl'ing."
Spinoza Forum Schedule
Dr. Abraham Wolfson, founder
and oirector of the Spinoza Forum
for Adult Education, announces the
following schedule: Oct. 14, Dr.
Kannon Scheinman: Oct. 21, Arn-
old Kleiner, reciting his original
poems and Oct. 28, Rabbi Avrom
L. Drazin of the Israelite Center,
reviewing "The Promise" by Chaim
Potok.
The rorum meets at 10 a.m. on
Thursdays in the auditorium of
the Washington Federal, 1234
Washington Ave.
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S.E.) has been named recipient
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lations Awards of the American
Jewish Committee, according to
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general chairman of the AJC's
Appeal for Human Relations
which presents the annual
award. Created in 1969 to give
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manitarian efforts have made
significant contributions to
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Friday, October 1, 1971
As We Were Saying:
By ROBERT E. SEGAI
Crime Is Not Taking A Holiday
A NEW STUDY OK CRIME now available for my
city (Boston) shows that street robberies in-
creased 200'; in time years. Aggravated assaults
(usually with a weapon) are up
50';, and assaults with guns have
almost doubled.
New York City reported 714
homicides for the first six months
of 1971, an increase of 30.1r< over
Ihe comparable 1970 period. The
country over, crime was up by 12%
in 1970; and the 1971 increase is
topping that lamentable rise.
Reports of the Eisenhower, Scranton, and Ker-
ne r Commissions have been spread before the na-
tion and practically forgotten; but their warning
find recommendations are as valuable and pertinent
today as they ever were. The reports are bypassed
lor a variety of reasons: they are charged with
political dynamite, they are too massive for the
average Joe to digest; they embrace too much and
reveal too much; they amount to depressing reading.
Above all, the appeal to law makers and adminis-
trators to lay billions of dollars on the table to
attack the social ills wherein crime incubates; and
that kind of realistic challenge scares the tar out
of those in charge at city halls and courthouses and
state office buildings, and Capitol Hill.
The first cadre of citizens to feel the sharper
bite of crime are, of course, those killed, injured,
threatened, burglarised, assaulted. Their number is
incalculable; indeed, the studies prove again and
again that tens of thousands of offenses go unre-
ported, partly because of fear of retaliation. Close
Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT
It's The Custom Here
ISRAEL CfSTOMS INSPECTORS at Lydda airport, or
it Haw, do not have an easy life. Tourists, or Is-
r.lLs returning from abroad, approach the customs desk
with some trepidation, oven if they have
clear consciences. The very idea of hav-
ing someone rifle through your suit-
eases la somehow demeaning. Maybe he'll
think your headache tablets are heroin,
or question the value of that linen table-
cloth which you have brought as a gift
tor the aunt in Rishon LeZion.
The traveler who is waved through
customs inspection always has a feeling
' lc ;> relief, even if he has nothing to hide.
If the customs men have a "reputation" it is perhaps
1 cause of the duty imposed upon them to enforce laws
which arc sometimes nonsense. Hardly a week goes by
I I the Israeli press does not report one or another case
th imposition of customs duties which sound utterly
lieulous or worse even maddening.
For example: Last winter the Chicago Lions Club
rushed a gift of 200 waterproof orange reflector rain-
i iots, to b]B used by Israel school children safety patrols.
It ivas b thoughtful gilt, in the interests of road safety.
I the ghfpmem (Vat made by air. so that the kids could
l ive th tfonrs during the rainy season. But customs de-
IL.5,500 duty to clear the shipment. The coats
the' airport for about two months until the
;! Llora Club could haggle the authorities into re-



Todatfs Thought By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
Jewish Way's Humane
A way is the humane way. When you read ads
or statements by people ostensibly concerned with
the well-being of animals, declar-
ing that the Jewish method of
slaughtering is inhumane, you can
be sure you are reading a false-
hood. The Jewish belief that suf-
fering in this world should be re-
jdueed extends to animals, and the
j Jewish emphasiS; is upon mercy.
If Judaism is soft on animals, it
is supremely so on people. That is
why malty people are astonished to read from time
to time that the Orthodox attitude towards family
planning is stringently negative. Indeed, some pres-
tigious Orthodox leaders have s mnded like conser-
vative Catholics in frowning on contraception.
Now comes a young scholar, Rabbi David Feld-
man, .,1 the Baj Ridge Center. Brooklyn, who
prows that Jewish law cum. down solidly on the
Side of the mother. True, there are many citations
in the sources which seem to favor a ban on family
limitations. But, in a masterpiece of a book called
"Birth Control In Jewish Law," published by the
New York University Press, Rabbi Feldman conclu-
sively shows that the mainstream of Jewish thought
declares thai cannubialism is not only designed for
procreation. bu1 also for pleasure, and that the
avoidance of progeny is solidly backed up by the
most aujthoriaative of Jewish seers and sages. Chil-
dren are a delight, says our faith, but too many of
them, under adverse circumstances, are not.
It is thrilling to read any hook by a man who
takes you, step by stop, into the depths of true
scholarship to demonstrate a thesis. It is especially
exciting to read the opus by Rabbi Feldman which
makes it clear that Judaism seeks to diminish the
anguish of motherhood and increase its genuine
joyfulness.
KMnannOTwaiiMiiPWiwwi'iuiiH-quuM^
ducing the duty by half, and then went out to raise the
money.
In another case, a shipment of lilesaving equipment
intended for the Affuleh Hospital was not released be-
cause the customs authorities demanded $600 in duty
payments. The hospital budget couldn't afford it. The
collectors shrugged their shoulders; they don't make the
laws, they said. They only enforce the regulations on the
books.
Many here still remember the shipment of 20,000
blankets sent to the Red Magen David and then re-
turned to the United States because the first aid organi-
zation couldn't afford to pay the custom duties. The fu-
ror that went up after that incident was nothing compared
to the indignation when the collectors demanded customs
payments on 25 ambulances sent as gifts to the Red
Magen David. The walls of the Knesset building shook
in the ensuing protest, and top treasury officials were
forced to suspend the tax.
The opening of Israel's first 'eye bank" was held
up for weeks because a couple thousand dollars worth of
equipment was locked in bond at the port. The entire
shipment was a bona fide gift, but the regulations were
rigid. The Tel Aviv hospital couldn't pay, and the stuff
gathered dust in the warehouse. Ultimately a com-
promise agreement was reached.
Not so lucky has been the organization known -as
AMLI. Through the years this group has supplied Israel
with more than a million and a half dollars worth of
musical instruments. Orchestras, school bands, bugle and
drum corps, music libraries, all have been beneficiaries of
the program. Last year the project was practically wound
up because it couldn't meet the customs demands. So the
shipment of musical instruments has been suspended.
I repeat, don't blame the customs men: they are
oniy doing their duty. But who makes these laws? And
why isn't there provision for exercise of reasonable judg-
ment, when it is quite clear that there is no smuggling
involved, no commercial transaction, no profit leing
made? Why must there be such rigidity in the enforce-
ment?
by stand the vulnerable, hard-working often-criti-
cized police officers. In 1970, somewhere between
80 and 90 policemen were killed in the United
Stales; the figure for 1971 may go higher. The May
slaying of two New York officers in Harlem one
black, the other white dramatized the peril police
face, especially in crowded areas.
The police are asked to be knowledgeable,
courteous, patient, and helpful. Daily, if on street
duty, they may face injury oi death. As their pay
has gone up, so has their importance. And as the
passions of the day, rooted in part in dissatisfaction
with an undeclared and murderous war, boil up in
the cities, the police grow unpopular. A more com-
passionate understanding of the problems police
lace on the part of the public, a more precise police
community relations program on the part of the
police might help in the war against crime. Prudent
and effective use of the $1,300,000,000 available to
the Law Enforcement Assistance Administration in
the months ahead should prove a boon also.
But beyond that stretches the bundle of pro-
posals made again and again: a massive attack upon
poverty, housing blight, the drug traffic; a wider
use of police-supervised civilian patrols; better
crime reporting; the passage of gun control laws;
and the acceptance by the federal government of
the proposal to establish and maintain a top level
panel of police Chiefs, district attorney, public de-
fenders, and other dedicated citizens informed,
determined, imaginative and always available.
Meanwhile, the Department of Housing and
Urban Development has begun selling crime insur-
ance "at reasonable rates."
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
The Nose And Toes
|v|OT LONG AGO, it was reported that two Israeli
* scientists had invented an instant cure for the
common cold an electronic process that involves
freezing sie oig toe. And Dr. Aladar Sdnvartz (no
relation) of the Technion, described the method at
a recent scientilic meeting in Washington, according
to press reports.
Dr. Schwartz claims that 100 persons with colds
have thus far been treated without having a single
failure. He confesses that they do not know exactly
how it works, but the chilling of the toe somehow
causes a reaction in the nose. "Each part of the
body, however," says Dr. Schwartz, "is reflective of
some other part. The nose just happens to be re-
lated to the underside of the big toe." The Chinese,
he commented, relied on similar relationships in
their needle-sticking form of therapy. One wonders,
though: If chilling the big toe can cure a cold, what
can you cure by chilling the other toes?
We, too, have often noted the relationships be-
tween various parts. (Look, for instance, at the way
a shortage in the pocketbook affects the stomach!)
But the fact is, this discovery opens up a whole new
field of thought.
But of course it will not do to laugh. The Israeli
inventors are men of reputation in science. We hope
that they indeed HAVE found a cure for the most
universal of all man's ills. And after all, even Fulton
was laughed at. remember?
'"" ",""J''' "'" '""' *!*'' r '>......n< .
Book Review
By SEYMOUR B. LIEBMAN
Books In Special Fields
HARLTOX TEBEAU'S History of Florida (University
of Miami Press, $12.50 > is solid history, but there is a
greater stress on text than interpretation. The author is
chairman of the history department and
editor of the journal of the Historical
Ass'n of Southern Florida. Aficionados
of Florida's history will enjoy it. With
regard to Jewish interest, there is a
paragraph on the first Jews in St. Augus-
tine and Pensacola, Ihe latter having
the oldest or puiized Jewish congn
tion. Jacksonville has the oldest Jewish
cemetery, established in 1864.
Moses EUas Levy was an orthodox Jew who estab-
lished a Jewish agricultural colony on his land in Alachua
County. Tebeau does not mention that the Levy family
stemmed from immigrants who had left Morocco, settled
in St. Thomas and then came to Florida over 140 years
ago. Moses Levy's son, David, was elected to the U.S.
Senate in 1844, (the first Jew to hold such honor I but he
changed his name to Yulee and married n non-Jew.
Whether he converted officially is moot but he neither
practiced nor professed Judaism after 1844. He preserved
his father's patronymic by calling himself David Levy
Yulee but he pronounced "Levy" as if it were Levi.
Edith Lord is a professor of clinical i>sychology at
the University of Miami. Her book, Quoen of SJivba'a Heirs
(Acropolis Books. $12.30i is an anthropological study of
Ethiopia. The cultural patterns of the country are diffuse
because Ethiopia is not composed of a homogeneous popu-
lation. For those who would search for the Falashas, the
black Jews, there is scanty information and we believe
that some which is included is not accurate. Obviously
the Falashas were of minor interest to the author because
they were not part of the majority. Few in number, they
play no part in the political, social or economic streams
the nation. The book is interesting but is flawed by
poor organization.
Robert St. John's Ben-tiiirioii I Doubleday & Co.,
86.85) is a new edition of the book which first appeared'
in 1858. Despite the jacket's statement, there is little
"new Important material." Some 13 pages have been
added which up-date the earlier account. Ben-Gurion la
Blorilied and his virtues extolled almost to the point of
nausea. A newer account should have removed adverbs
such as "now" and "presently" since they refer to 1958.
Many Jews will be offended by the statement that Ben-
Gurion is a direct lineal descendant of Isaiah, Jeremiah.
Darnel and 12 other Prophets when they read that Ben-
Gurion observes 'none of the dietary laws and follows
none of the other Orthodox practices." We deplore the
reconstruction of conversations of many decades ago and
the lack of objectivity by the author.


Friday, October 1, 1971
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UGAL NOTICI
Page 15-A
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th.-it
ihe undersigned, desiring 1" engage In
husineaa untler the fictitious name of
niV.MONUS, FAUCLOI'S DIAMONDS
,,ncl DIAMOND NOVELTIES al ..,:,
\ W 57lh Avenue, Miami, Florida,
inlands to register said name with
,1 i ink of the Circuit Court of Dad*
l'i umv. Florida.
FABULOUS DIAMOND'S, INC.
By: Simon Kerro, Jr., President
ii \i:i:i.s & SIRKIN, I'.A.
Vttorneya for Applicant
: ill Floor Dado Federal Mug.
M ,,mi. Flotilla 33131
1/10-17-24 10/1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS Hi-.KKHY CIVKN that
Hi, undersigned, desiring to encase
in business under the fictitious names
SIEUAL MEDICAL GROUP PRO-
FESSIONAL ASSOCIATION; SIEC-AL
MEDICAL GKOUPi BANPORD SIB-
vl DO.. THE OVERWEIGHT
MEDICAL CLINIC at 20101 South
j Highway, -Miami, Florida, and
i N B. lOTth Street. North .Miami
I leach, Florida intends to register said
names mum the ei.rb oi the Circuit
, in i of Dad,- > ounty, Florida.
SIEUAL MEDICAL OROUP, I'.A.
a Florida corporation
l-.ERNARD 1' OOLDPARB
Attorney for Applicant
u \ w. 27th Avenue
::i Fla. 331-J
910-17 24 10/1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'OTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thai
in dersigned, desiring to engagt
,,u .....hh under the flctitloue name
Sl'RP HOTEL at number 444
i Driv \ ill the City of .Miami
I Florida, Intend t, register
,i,I name \vilh the Clerk Of tho Cir-
i nil Court of I'ade County, Florida.
: listed at Miami, Florida. this 15th
. ^ ,,i August, i; 71.
ALAN P COLE
SANDRA COLE
___________________ '.| ln-17-24 1" 1
NOTICE I'NDER
FICTITIOUS NAME I AW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
'. undersigned, desiring to engage
business under the fictitious name
i I.EON CLEANING SERVICE at
i i W. S7th Street, Hlaleah, Fla. In
to register said name with the
i ol iii" Circuit Court oi Dade
i 'uuntj. Florida
fiVELIO LEON
|i 10-17-24 10/1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOB
DAOE COUNTY.
No. 71-16779
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
.IIA.V ANTONIO ALFONSO
Husband
Vs.
IdMiRAH ALFONSO
wife
TO: JUAN ANTONIO ALFONSO
RESIDENCE AND WHERE-
ABOUTS: Residence unknown
You, JUAN ANTONIO ALFONSO,
are hereby notified Ihst n Mill of
Complaint for Divorce has been fileo
ttgalnat you. and you are required to
ii i\.- a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Hill of Complaint on the
wife's attorney, SILVERSTEIN.
kuitnky & KROOP 420 Lincoln
l: ol. Miami Reach. Florida 33139
-Hid file the original Answer or
Pleading in the office of the Clerk ot
the Circuit Court on or before the
14th day of October, 1971. If you fall
to do so. judgment by default will
lie iHki-n against you for the relief
demanded In the Kill of Complaint
Tins notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
la. this 31st day of August, AD.
1-71
H I! LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
cii.-oit Court. Dmle County, Florida
By: I. SNEEDEN
Deputy Clerk
' n uit Court Seal)
MIL KWITNKY
Lincoln Road Mall
iml Beach. Florida 33139
A i, rneys for wife
9/10-17-24 10/1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS MKkLHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deatrlna to engage
in business under the fictitious name
Of PHOTOMASTEH .,. m Weal
Flagler street, .Miami. Dade, Florida
nil. in is to register said name with the
t liik ,,t the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida,
I'll' 'It i.dASTKK CORP IRATION
By, Milan da c. hoskij.-perez
I 10-17-11 10/1
IN THE COuNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-3399
(AR. HUR W. PRIMM)
, ,,..NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in Kb. Estate ol
'Aid. i; PINKHAM
l let eased.
in All Creditors and All Parsons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Agalnsl Said
l..MiU..
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands Khnh you maj nave agalnsi
','"' "*'.....< CARL !:. PINKHAM
da eased late Dadi County, Flor-
ida, >o tin- County Judges oi D:wl6
< ounty, and fib the same in dupli-
all .mil as provided In Section
16, Florida statutes, in their offices
in the County Courthouse In Dade
tounty, Florida, within six ualendai
, months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
i in barred.
: Dated at Miami. Florida, tins ist
da) hi' Aug., \ 11. i7i,
K LOUISE PINKHAM
\'avarre Ave.
Coral Gables, Fla,
As Administratrix
l-n-st publication of this notice on
the imii day of s, ptcmber, 1971.
MAUN M. FABER
Attorney for Administratrix
tlnsli > Building
Miami, Fla. 12132
9/:0-17-24 10/1
IN THE COUNTY JULGt S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-3594
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
ERNA NUSSBAUM
. i-.-.l
To All Creditors ami am Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Agalnsl Saul
Estate:
Vi.u an- hereby notified ami re-
'1'iit'i 'I to pn ,i i.in, ami de-
mands which you may have agalnsl
to,- estate ol ERNA Nl SSHAl'M de-
ceased Inte of |i.i,. county, Florida,
lo the County .ludg. h ,,| Dade coun-
ty, and fib- the same in duplicate
and as provided in Section 7.1.1 Hi
Florida Statutes, in their offices In
tiie County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within siv calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the satin will
oe narrad.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 2th
day of Aucust. A.D. 1971.
SYLVAN N IIOI.TZMAN
As Executor
First tiubllcation of this notice on
the 11th day of September, 1071.
GOODMAN & IKil.T7.MAN, ESQS.
Attorneys for Executor
linn Concord Building
Miami, Florida 33130
9.'in-17-r4 10/1
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of DIPLOMAT WOODCRAPTER8 al
7157 N W. 77ih Terrace, Medley, Flor-
ida lllll, and file the original with
said name with tin Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of D.oie County, Florida
ANTONIO BSPEJO
DENNIS RODRIGUEZ
:i I7-J4 1" I-s
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. 71-17046
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
J" HE: Tho Marriage of
BED HORNE, husband
and
I''Miol.YN STUART HORNE, wife
|i" CAROLYN STUART HORNE
I win lakes Drive
Villa Rica, (ii-orgia
I '" VRE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
in f,,i- Dissolution of Marriage
been filed agalnsl you and you
required to serve n copy of your
"en VPK j. TAPPER, attorney for Pe-
"'"- iiose address is 17"" North -
I 1 Seventh Street, Miami, Florida.
and file the original with the
"rk of the above styled court on
in-fore Oct. 15th. 1971: otherwise
'l.-rault will he entered against you
'or ihe relief demanded in the com
[Plaint or petition.
tins notice shall be published once
!,, ''? .' for f'""" consecutive weeks
'","''; JEWISH pi ORIDIAN.
>MTNhSS my hand and the seal
11,1s.,'. .'"u^, Ht Miami, Florida on
ins ,lrd day of September. 1971.
E. It LEATHERMAN*.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By: It m. KTRSEE
>n.,l,c.^,,ay<',ork
.^.OFFICER OF JACK.I TAFFER
uJj Uhw.*"t seventh Street
"'Mm, Flm-Ma 331 ?r,
attorney for Petitioner
_____________9/10-17-24 10/1
.^NOTICE UNDER
\nTt?JITIOU8 NAME LAW
l. J ,S HEREBY GIVEN thnt
Kn |,,i rs'Kne1,'| desiring to engage
"usIneBs under tno fip,lo, VHrne
[,lcu-i,,.WN INTERNATIONAL
>i|. "T,N" t 3421 NtV. 3th Street.
BjuS\ Kt L",,,ns to register said
CoSrt ? ,,n?, C,'rk of '"" Circuit
I 'NTERNATIONAL LAMPS, INC
a Florida corporation
9/10-17-14 10/1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
JACQUELINE INTERIORS at 12710
Pine Koad, North Miami. Florida in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk Of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
JACyl'EUNE KROLL
HKHMAN COHEN
Attorney for Applicant
Congress Iiuilding. Miami Pla,
!> 84 I" 1-S.1",
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
NO. 71-17718
NOTICE OF SUIT
in RE: Tin marriage of
LOUI8 C PANBPINTO, JR.,
Husband,
and
ANGEI. V PANEPINTt .
Wife
Ti 1 ANGEI A P VNEPINTO
:i Immel SI ret I
Rochei ler, \". w York
You are notified thai a Petition for
Dissolution "f Marriage has been
filed agalnsl you and you arc re-
quired to serve .1 copy of your Answer
or Pleading to the Petition on the
Husband's attorney. HENRY NOR-
'"' IN, I 1 8 Rlsoaj ne Bulldl ig. Miami.
Florida ::::i"". and file the original
Answer or Pleading In the Office of
Ihe I Jlerk of 1 he ibo\ e Court, on or
before Oct 29, 1971 if you fall to do
so, Judgment by Default will In-
taken agalnsl you for the relief de-
manded in the petition.
Done AND ORDERED this Bpl
15, v.w
K I! LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade 1 iountv. Florida
By: R, M. KH8EE
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court feeali
9 24 ior.s-is
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-3177
(ARTHUR W. PRIMM)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
SAM PULLMAN
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Agalnsl said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which vou may have agalnsl
the estate tif RAM PULLMAN de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
lo Ihe County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same in duplicate and
as provided in Section 7S3 16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the samo will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 31st
day of August. A.D. 1971
PAUL KWITNKY
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 10th day of September, 1971.
SILVF.HSTEiN. KWITNEY & KROOP
Attorney for estate of Sam Pullman
UO Lincoln Road. M1*1,"^ JJjj
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NO. 71-17867
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
In RE: The .Marriage of
I Mom 18 II WELSH, husband,
and MARY WKI.SH. Wife.
TO: Tilt IMAS B. WELSH
Residence Bnknow n
You. THOMAS I!. WELSH, an
hereby notified thai n Petition for
Dissolution of .Marriage has been
filed against you, and you are r,-
lUired tn serve a copy of your An-
swer or Pleading t., the Petition on
Petitioner's attorney THOMAS it
SPENCER, .lit ,,f MYERS KAPI AN,
P"RTER, LEVINSON X- KENIN,
1150 S.W. Fust street. Miami. Flor-
ida 3S130, ami fie the. original An-
swer or Pleading in ihe office of the
; ci.rk of the Circuit Court on or be-
fore the 28th day of October, 1971.
if you fall to do so. judgment by de-
fault ill be taken agalnsl you foi
' n< n lief di in. nded in thi Pi tltlnn,
WITNESS MY HAND AND SEAL
at Miami. Dade County, Florida, this
16th daj of Bepteml...... 1971.
E, If LEATHERMAN
Clcrl the < 'ourl
By: C. P. Ci >PEIaAND
Deputy Cli ',
11 'Iri n 1 1 'ourt Si nl 1
M VERB, KAPI AN. Pt IRTER,
LEVINS! 'N V KENIN
Anon ejs for Pi tilioner
llfifl S.W. First SI reel
Miami, Florida 33130
9, :!4 10/1-8-15
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND KOrt DAUE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN prtOBATb
No. 71-3843
(FRANK B. DOWLING)
NOTICE TO CKEDITOMS
In RE: Estate ol
BERTHA -Mill STA GLUHR,
also known as BERTHA A. UL.UHR,
..1 ,1 BERTHA GLUHR,
I lei 1 .
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to preaent any claims and de-
mands win, h you may nave agalnsl
Hi, estate of BERTHA AUGUSTA
GLl'IIR, also known as BERTHA A.
GLUHR and BERTHA GLUHR, de-
ceased late of Daile County, Florida,
to the County Judges ot Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same in duplicate
.ml as provlned in Section 733.10,
Florida Statutes, in their offices |n
the County Courthouse 111 Dade Coun-
ty, Florida. within six calendar
mooths from the lime of the first
Kublicatioii hereof, or Ihe same will
, hatred
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 10th
day of September, A.D. 1971.
DOROTHEA PAULINE COOK
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 17th day of September. 1971.
ERNEST N. STAMEY
Attorney for Executrix
76 Bast Sixth Street
llialoah, Florida 33010
: I7-1I4 1.1/1-8
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-4010
(JOHN R. BLANTON)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
MEYER 111 IN
Deceat ed
To All Creditors and All'Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Vou are hereby notified and re-
qulred lo present any claims and de-
mands Which you may have against
the estate ol MEYER DON deceased
late of Dade County. Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same in duplicate and .is pro-
vided in Section 733.16, Florida Btat-
i ut.s. in tii.ir offices m the County
Courthouse In Did.- County, Florida.
I within six calendar months from the
1 time or the firs! publication hereof, or
, the same will be barred.
Dated at .Miami. Florida, this 23rd
di ) of September, A.D, 1971
EVA DON
As Executrix
Firs! publication of this
the 24th daj of Sepl 1:171
STEPHAN I. COHEN
Attorney for Executrix
1133 Kane 1 'olicourse, 4th Floor
Baj II 11I11,r Islands. Florida 33154
9 L'4 m 1-8-1!
Iinti,
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. 71-16934
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
In RE: Th. Marriage of
JAi 1 ii: CIM IS, husband,
and
IJVA CI.MI8, wife.
TO: EVA CI.MIS
C/O Lillian 1'ollou
1460 Bill by Road
('lev eland, t ihio
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFI8D
that an action for Dissolution f
Marriage has been filed agalnsl 1 1
and you an- required to serve ., en f
of your written defenses. If an} to
on LOUIS 1: HELLER, allornej
Petitioner, whose address is 420 I. -
coin I'.d.. suite 2.18, .Miami Beach, PI -
Ida 33139, and file the original a
styled co
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. 71-17407
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The .Marriage of
BEVER1 V PARKER, Wife
and
ROY i: parkfo band,
Ti 1 RJ IY E PARKER
iti Pleasant street
Brockton, Massachusetts
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution Of Mai-
riage has been filed against you and
. you an- required lo serve 1.....py ol
your written defenses, if any, to it
11 CEORGE sa.mi'as. attorney for
1 1. v 1 .... .-,.!,'. ~ is I nw t if-
i SlIILI EY IVOOLP, 4S0 Lin-
coln Road, Room 311, Miami Beach,
1 Florida 8S189, and file the original
with the clerk of the nbove styled
i court on or before 27 October, 1971:
otherwise a default will he entered
against vou for the relief demanded
in the comnlnlnl or m titlon.
This notice shall be nubilahed once
each wees for four or*isecut!ve weeks
in THE JEWISH Fl ORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand und >' seal
of s;,i,i court at .Miami, Florida on
this 22nd dav of Sentamber, 1971
E. n I EATrTERMAN.
As Clerk, fir-no Ornrl
Dude Coiinlv. Pint-Ma
I'.v: 1. SNEEDEN
As 11, only Clerk
(; Hi) I",,|,rl Sl,.| 1
c.F.oi"'i" 8AMP**l Po
Ijtw Offices of BHIRLBY VVOOI.F.
RSI .1
4*0 1 iivoln Road
Miami Bench FlnnMs .':.1139
Attorney lor Petitioner
9/24 10 '1-8-15
the clerk of the above
on 0" before 11 Oct. 1971; otherwise
default will I.......lered agalnsl y u
for the relief demandi d In the col! -
plaint or petition.
This notice shall he published 01
each week tor lour consecutive a,
In THE JEVN ISM FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS mj hand and Ihe seal !
aid court al Miami, Florida 1
2nd day of Seiu. .iib.i. 1:171.
Iv B LEATHERM \v
A 1 !lerk, Circuit 1 !ourl
I lade 1 'ounty, Florida
Bj I. SNEEDEN
As 1 leputy clerk
fi 'in-ull 1 'ourl Si al)
I 1 'I IS l: BEI.LER
12 1 1 Inc .11 Rd
M laml B u Ii Floi Is
Attorney for Pi til loner
j 10-17.24 1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-3283
NOTICF TO CREDITORS
in RE: Bstati '
LEON .I KATZ.
I I, eeas.il.
'!'" All Creditors and All Persont ii
Ing Claln mauds Again*
You nre 1 reby notified and 1 -
quired ti 1.....1 in, claims and 1
mands which .- "ii may bn> f
1 he slate ,,f I.Hi i\ J. KATZ -
ceased late ol Cook County, mini 1,
in the Count) Judgea of bade i;,u -
ly. and fib- the sane In duplicn a
and as pro, ,,i, ,| ln gft ,.., 73 ; ,
Florida Statub s, in t> ,:r offl 1
the County Courthouse in Dude Cou -
ty, Florida, n thin .-i\ call
'.....hs from Ihe time of the fl t
publication hereof, or the same I
be barred
Dated nl Chicago, Illinois, thi 2
day of August, A.D 1971.
JOE .1. KATZ
As Ancillary Executor
First publication of this not!
the b'lh dav of Sept.. 11171
MYERS, KAPLAN, PORTER,
LEVINSON *.. KENIN
By: Edwin M Cllnsbajrg
Attorney for Ancillary' Executor
suiie .104 li.-.n s.W. First Street
9/10-17-24 10/1
r
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 71-17076
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
in RE: The Man lage of;
ItliUXliu LORETO, husband
and
RINA LORETO, wife,
T< I; RINA l.i IRETO
311 .Mori ts Avenue
Ellxabi 1 h, New Jersey
YOI ARE HEREBY notified
.1 Dissolution of Marrlagt has
filed agalnsl you, and you are hereby
required lo serve a copy of your
answer or other pleading 10 the 1', -
titlon on t.o husband's attorney, LES-
TER ROGERS, whose address is 141S4
,\ \V ITih Avenue, -Miami, Florida
S312S, and file thi
Clerk oi the above
or before the 12th
1971, or .1 il. '"null
agalnsl vou
DATED this 3rd day
1971.
I" It LEATHERMAN
1 ",i 1. ,.r 1 'Ircull "ourt
By: 1; M Wl IODARD
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
9 10-17-24 i" 1
thai
been
original with the
styled Court on
day of October,
will be entered
of September,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 713583
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Esiate of
YBTTA PL17TZER ALSO KNOWN
AS YKTTA BERNSTEIN
I le, -eased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You nre hereby notified and re-
quired to present anv claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of YKTTA PLVTZER AL-
SO KNOWN" AS YKTTA BERNSTEIN
deceased late of Dade County. Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided in Section 73S.10,
Florida Statutes. In their offices- in
111.- County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar
months from Ihe tim, of the first
publication hereof, or the same
be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this
dav of Am-'ii-t. A P l!"71
J5BV W KOilA V and
PA! r, I'.KKITHOI.Z
is Executors
Sidle 48 4'n I in.-..in fd
Miami Del, h, Fla :'.3M0
First public*Doll of fhls "Mice
the 17"h iliv ,.f s.....,,.,i H171
CAFDIN, ROTIIENBERC,. KOOAN *
KORNBT I'M
by Zev w. Kngnn
420 Lincoln Rd.
9/17-24 10/1-8
will
19th
on
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICF IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious names
of RONALD SHANE. AID.: CERALD
RUTECKI, M.D. at lilSO Meridian
Avenue, Miami Beach, Pla. Intend to
registl r said names with the Clerk the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
DBS. SHANK AND BI'TECKI PA.
BPARBBR, ZEMEL ROSKIN *i
HEILI'.Hi iNNKK P.A.
At lornej s f,.r Applicant
inn n. Rlscayne Boulevard
.Miami. Florida
0 I'.-24 I" 1-8
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'OTICE IS HEREBY CIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
.v AIKIck M, GREENFIELD, M.D. al
843 DuPoni Building, .Miami. Fla. in-
intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dadi
1 "ounty. Florida.
MAURICE M OREENFlEl D, M.D.,
\NI> ASSI ICIATES, P \
SI'A 1:1: IOC ZEMEL, ROSKIN A
iikii.i:i:o\m:k r \.
Aii"i in \ s for Apnlfcani
1 en n. Blscaj ne Boulevard
Miami, Florida
H 17-24 11 1-9
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
71-18285
SUIT FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in Re:
The Marriage of
Ull.l.l \M LOl'IS MOORE, Husband
and
ETHE1 MAE MOORE Wife
TO: ETHEL MAE MOORE
:ili; l.ycomlng Avenue
Wenonah, New Jersey
You, ktiiki. MAE MOORE, are
hereby notified that n Petition for
Dissolution of Marriage has been filed
agalnsl you. and you are required u<
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Petition for Dissolution of
Marriage on the Plaintiff's attorney,
i'nnkth n. ReKANT, one Lin-
coln Road Pudding. Miami Beach,
Florida ami file the original Answer
or Plending In the office of the Clerk
of Ihe Circuit Court on or before Ihe
2nd day of November. 1971. If you
fall to 'lo so judgment by default will
be taken against you for the relief
demanded In the Mill of Comolalnt.
This notice shall be published on. e
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FIOHIDIAN
DOVE AND ORDERED at Miami,
l-'le'-i-'-, thlfl L'L'nd dav Of September
A.D 1971.
K B 1 BATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade Count v. Florida
By: fl M. WTOODARD
Denutv Clerk
,,;-,.u ,- mi SeaU
'CENVSJTH N. ReKANT
Miami Bench, Florida
wtornev for Plaintiff
Phone: :,^s-4312
9/24 1(1/1-8-1:.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREIIV GIVEN 'I it
Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under ihe fictitious nan *
of 8 A s PROPERTIES at .ion W< -
20th Street, Hlaleah, Florida intent?
to register said name uiih the CI.
of the Circuit Court of Dad.- Coui
Florida.
DAVID II STONE
Sl'SAN STOKE
ceil.I i:i:.mo BOSTCHIN
11 BNR1 ETTA St ISTCHIN
STi i.NE \- Si ISTCHIN
Attorneys for s A s properties
: :'4 10/1-8-F
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-3521
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
ANNA S i'.Al'M
1 >......a> 1 ti
To All Cl, dl 1 ,i s and All Persons II
ing Claims or Demands Against s 1
Estate:
You are hereby notified and t -
lUlred i" prison any claims and ..
mands which vou may have agali "
the ,-' ite of ANNA S. BAHM
eas.d late of Dade County, Florin
to the Counts Judges "i Dade Coui -
ty. and fii. ih. same in duplfcs s
and as provided In Section
Florida Statutes, in their offlcet
1I1, Count} Courthouse in Dade Con
ty, Floi Ida, within six 1 all
m.n'!.s fn.m the time of thi I
.publication hereof, or Ihe same w II
I,, barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, thll
daj ot Sepli mber, A D. 1971.
I oils BAl'M
As Executor
First publication of this no! Ii 1 :
Ihe 17th dav nf Seolember. 1971.
HOWARD K lllltscil
Attorney for Executor
Sl -41st Stleet
Miami Reach, Fla. v.r.un
ii 17-34 in/i-.?
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-3622
(FRANK B. DOWLING)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: F.slate of
!.< IIJIS SHEARN
I i,'i eased.
To All Creditors and All Persons II.- -
ing Claims or Demands Against S. .'
Estate:
You are hereby notified and r,<-
liulred to ore-, nl an\ claims and ti -
mands wddeh you may have against
the estate of LOOTS SHEARN d
..as,,! inte of Dade County, Florida
to the Countv JudL-es of Dade Coui -
ty, a'nd file the same in duplicate and
as provided in Section 733.11. Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Com -
tv Courthouse in Dade countv. Flor-
ida, Wfthln six calendar months from
the time of the first publiration here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated al Miami, Florida, this Sth
day "f September. A D 1971.
ORETA SHEARN
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
the 17"ri dav of September, 1971.
KI.I HiTT HA Hit IS
Mtornev for Administratrix
714:, Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, Florida
9/1'.-24 10/1 ?


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eJewish
Miami, Florida Friday, October 1, 1971
Section B
The Greater Miami Section of the National Council of Jewish
Women is initiating a scholarship for students working to-
ward a Bachelor of Jewish Education degree. Here Dr. Louis
Schwartzman, executive director for the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation which will implement the scholarship, congratulates
Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg, chairman of the section scholar-
ship committee, and Mrs. Philip Bloom, president of the
Greater Miami Section National Council of Jewish Women.
Winner of the 1971-72 scholarship is Albert Isaac Slomovitz.
Zionist Election Method Creates Strife
ZOA Reportedly May Secede From AZF
DETROIT, Mich. (WNS)
An unsigned article published in
the Sept. 17 issue of the De-
troit Jewish News reported the
-sibility that the Zionist Or-
ganization of America may se-
i -de from the American Zionist
Federation in a dispute over the
methods to be used in electing
d 'legates to the World Zionist
Congress to be convened Jan. 18.
The crisis arose when Rabbi
[srael Miller, president of the
AZF, announced a nationwide
' lil ballot would be used to
i (t the 152 delegates. Accord-
Ing to the article, ZOA spokes-
n say that because of the
' possibility of mail-ballot stuff-
Ing" direct balloting in booths is
preferred and the ZOA cannot
pi "undemocratic methods
of selecting delegates" to a dem-
ocratic assembly.
Meanwhile, three Zionist or-
ganizations announced that they
would offer a united slate of
delegates in the fall election.
The three, Hadassah, B'nai Zion
and the American Jewish League
tor Israel, which claim to repre-
A New Twist
In Strikes
TEL AVIV (JTA) Israel's
unconventional strike, the
Miaust-in," paid off for work-
ers at the Eilat electric power
station. Instead of walking off
the job, they stayed on day and
until exhaustion prevented
them from working. The elec-
trlc company finally agreed to
their demands to add extra work-
ers ti> the three shifts and the
workers to resume their normal
hours.
The "exhaust-in" was devised
mean* of striking without
violating the Labor Ministry's
back-to-work orders, which have
'x^'ii in force for more than two
m >!iths.
sent more than half the Ameri-
can membership, say they share
the view that Zionist groups in
the Diaspora should have no af-
filiation with any of the political
parties in Israel and should not
follow the pattern of political
parties in the Knesset.
Israeli Support For
2-China Proposal Is
Requested by Japan
JERUSALEM (JTA)Japan
has formally requested Israeli
support for a 19-nation proposal
before the United Nations Gen-
eral Assembly calling for a two-
China solution to the problem of
that nation's representation in
the world organization, it has
been disclosed.
Ambassador Eiqi Tokura called
on the Foreign Ministry's direc-
tor general, Gideon Rafael, to
explain the proposal which
would seat Peking's representa-
tive in both the General Assem-
bly and the Security Council, at
the same time retaining the Chi-
nese Nationalist representation
from Taiwan in the General As-
sembly.
In an interview broadcast by
Israel Radio this week, Foreign
Minister Abba Eban said his
government would support the
seating of Peking at the U.N.,
but has not decided how to vote
on the Taiwan issue because of
the complex procedural situa-
tion. Israel, he recalled, recog-
nized Peking as the government
of China as long ago as 1950.
New York Renames Park
NEW YORK (JTA) City
Hall Park was renamed "Babi
Yar Park" Monday in a gesture
by the City of New York to hon-
or the memory of the Jews who
perished in the Babi Yar mas-
sacre 30 years ago. The anniver-
sary of the massacre of the Jews
by Nazi machinegunners in a
ravine outside Kiev on Sept. 29,
1941 coincides with Yom Kippur
this year.
4 Congregations Unite In
Yom Kippur Demonstration
An unprecedented demonstration was held on Yom Kippur
as four Miami Beach congregations interrupted their all-day Yom
Kippur services and united at the North Shore Park to partici-
pate in a prayer demonstration.
,w. n1!? Euecnc Labovitz of Temple Ner Tamid. president of
the Rabbinical Association, Rabbi Leon Kronish of Temple Beth
Sholom, cochairman of the forthcoming CJA-IEF fund campaign.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz of Temple Menorah. chairman of the
Conference on Soviet Jewry, and Rabbi Phineas A. Weberman
of Congregation Ohev Shalom presented a united front of con-
cerned Jews praying for the deliverance of Jews from Russian
enslavement.
A special prayer, written by the Chief Rabbi of Israel, was
chanted and read, in Hebrew and English. An emergency' pro-
nouncement expressing the solidarity of American Jews with the
Jews in the Soviet Union was also proclaimed.
The Yom Kippur demonstration also included Roll Call of the
Martyrs, during which time the names of Jews imprisoned in
Russia were called out, and a demand for their freedom issued.
The special proclamation reads:
"Responding to the call of the Synagogue Council of
America which represents the Orthodox, Conservative, and
Reform Jewry of America, the worshippers of the Orthodox
synagogue Ohev Shalom, the Conservative synagogues. Tem-
ple Menorah and Ner Tamid, and the Reform temple, Beth
Sholom, are coming together on the sacred day of Yom
Kippur to demonstrate their solidarity with their brethren,
the Jews of Soviet Russia.
"It is entirely in keeping with the holiness and solemn-
ity of Yom Kippur that we unite together to issue forth our
call to the Jews of Soviet Russia we have not forgotten
you. The Jews of Soviet Russia, who despite a half century
of religious persecutions in their homeland, have demon-
strated their will to live as Jews and their determination to
join their brethren in Israel.
"We implore God to redeem the Jews from their pres-
ent enslavement. We urgently appeal to the leadership of
the U.S.S.R. to free the Jewish political prisoners and to
allow the Jews to live freely as Jews or to emigrate to Israel.
"As we bear our sins on this Day of Atonement, so do
we publicly condemn the sins perpetrated against our Jew-
ish brethren living in Russia. To the leaders of the Kremlin
as well as to the world we proclaim: It is a sin to deny
religious freedom to any citizen; it is a sin to deny the Jews,
who were selected for special persecution, the right to seek
a homeland in Israel where they can be united with their
brethren: it is a sin to imprison Jews on the trumped up
charges of espionage, when in reality all they were guilty
of was the historic right of the Jew to emigrate to Israel.
"To our fellow Jews we proclaim: may we ever keep
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Friday, October 1. 197i
Kneseth Israel
Starts 2nd Year
Hebrew Studies
At the request of Kneseth Isr-'e'
Congregation^ high school sfi
Idhts, Jacofi R. Modansky, chair
lwn of the boird of ed'lC'tion ;<
Xhcseth Israel, launched the see
nd year of Hebrew studies in MA-
- -i-ptemlier.
Augmented by last year's fgrad-
.rttes of the Kneseth Talmud Tor
iH. the erouu will continue MS
>tl>diPS under the guidance of Mrs.
Zdhava Sukenik, with Sho'om F,i>-
ndttMHMl in charfce of the T.ilmui'
'-"VJrah.
Alsr> in the piafinlnfl Stage! ac-
cording to Mr. Modansky, are the
yduth activities beivn hfst vv
vhich will res'me after the ho);-
tifya under the dlrccfoii of r
Ydung .hides representative.
Teenagers Visit Patients
Temple Menorah's USY teen-
idjers visited the Jewish patients
?.t St. FYanciS Hospital on the ev
i| Rosfl Hashanah and present d
vh one wifll a ctrd which
pressed areeHnes f the Nw
Year and a prayer i >r th rfr
speedy rec >vtfrv. v ml 30 te i
In the ",; "
>f visiting p v '! :
Mbvemenl leaders hid t
>rachm in, David :'
I ;,.
Members of B'nci B'rith College faculty and lecture board
include, from left to right, (seated) Samuel Pascoe, Henry
r ward, Malcolm M. Fromberq, South Florida Council presi-
dent, and Bill Thompson; (standing) Herman Nudelman, Ira
Catz, Jack Brown, Mel Feigeles, Sol Klein, Phil Cohen, Jack
Glick, Julie Freilich and Jack Sperans.
KsroSd Rosen Announces Candidacy For Council
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i Norman Cinv rrl on the Mi-
City Council nine months
>-.,. annoum rd his candidacy
f i lection to the post.
uttv r municipal com I judge,
si n has been n partner In
:;.inii Beach law firm oi
and Rivkind since his grad-
from the University of Mi-
BW School 20 years ago, and
i member of the board of the
i Beach Bar Association.
cted president of the Miami
B ach Junior Chamber of Com
'merce in the 1950s, he led the
.Ta-'cc-s' successful effort to get
out the vote. Since his appoint-
(m nt to the Council, ho has taken
the Initiative in several projects,
including the city's comprehensive
toning ordinance. He was a mem-
ber of the Miami Beach Planning
Commission and served as chair-
man of the city's Board of Adjust-
ment prior to his appointment.
Mr. Rosen has been a member
of the Miami Beach Klks for more
than 15 vears and has served as
Trustee and Exalted Ruler. He is
a member of the Miami B ich
Lodge, B'nai B'rith, Knights of
Pythias, the Mahi Snrin and is a
32nd degree Mason. An activi
member <*f Temple Emanu-El, he
is on the Brotherhood's board of
directors.
The 45-year-old councilman is a
veteran of World War II and the
Korean conflict, during which he
: Ice in the > r.S '> y. He
and Mis. Rosen are pan nts
thr e chil Iren; tl lest is 16
and tin youne si 10.
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Friday, October 1, 1971
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Councilman Leonard Weinsfein Files To
Retain Seat on Miami Beach City Council
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Councilman Leonard Weinstein
(,1S filed to keep his joat on the
M: imi Beach City Council.
Mr. U'einstem^who entered pub-
serttw as Constable of Dis-
t:ict 5, won that election by a
four-to-one margin and proved his
vote-drawing power when he won
election to the City Council by bet-
ter than four-to-one ahead of his
closest challenger.
Active in community and civic
irojects, Mr. Weinstein has earned
many awards and citations. The
Jewish Convalescent home of
South Florida named him the "Out-
itanding Miami Beach Civic Lead-
" He was chosen "Man of the
fear" by Ohev Shalom Congrega-
;ion. The Knights of Columbus
iw led him a plaque for "out-
.tending service to the commun-
V mil dedication to the youth
igram." The Miami Beach Bar
sociatlon issued a commenda-
ion citing his "understanding and
npasslon" and lauded him for
'outstanding leadership."
Hade County Constables and
- ol the Peace presented
,in with a plaque for his "wisdom.
[nity and outstanding leader-
ip." The Progressive Democratic
]ub honored him for his "leader-
|>ip, cooperation, sincerity and
die ited service."
A native Floridian. Mr. Wein-
iln attended the University of
Hiiiiii and Harvard. He is a past
Iesident of the Miami Beach Bar
B iciation, and of the Miami
I'.ieh Civic League, and belongs
many civic, professional and
aritable organizations.
I During his term in office Mr.
reinstein, who was elected by his
of Vice-mayor has shown his lead-
ership qualities by championing
the /^ht for a new and compre-
mnsive zoning ordinance which
recently replaced AlT'ahtiquatelf
code. He established the landlord-
tenant arbitration board which has
been a successful tool in bringing
about harmonious settlement of
disputes, and has worked with "Op-
eration Re-Entry" and other proj-
ects to curb drug abuse and pro-
vide rehabilitation.
Mr. Weinstein, who was among
the first public officials to volun-
tarily file and disclose his finan-
cial statement to the public and
the press, is a strong advocate of
open bidding, and supports the
"Sunshine Law." He has also been
a strong and determined force for
pollution enforcement, youth ac-
tivities, street lighting, proper
housing, and increased tourism.
"I am sincerely moved by the
trpmendous number of old and
new friends whose trust I've earn-
ed." he declared, "and I appre-
ciate everyone who has come for-
ward with enthusiasm to sunnort
my continued efforts in behalf of
the citizens of Miami Beach."
Students Plan Garage Sale
P'nena Chapter of B'nai B'rith,
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Sunday in the backyard of the
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110 Venetian Way. Rivo Alto Isle.
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1 bay leaf
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*Jfm isti mk Friday, October ], 1971 _
__ V
Mrs. Joan Comay, wife of Israel's Ambassador to England
and a distinguished Israeli leader in her own right, congrat-
ulates Mrs. Lillian Kronish, who has been named for the
'Woman of Valor" award, which will be conferred upon
her at the annual Bond-wirh-fsrael luncheon sponsored by
:he Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassan Thursday, Oct. 14,
in the Grand Ballroom of the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Presidents Of 28 Hadassah
Groups To Receive Awards
Mr*, M. Sirkin
Tcchnion Proxy
For Third Term
Featured speaker will be Cap-
tain David Friedlander, press i c-
Ljjetary to the piv.sidcni utthw't''0'1-
nion in Haifa, when the Miami
Beach Chapter, Women's Division,
(if the American Society for Toch-
rflon, Israel Institute for Technol-
ogy, installs its officers and board
r. 11 >rs at :i noon luncheon Fri-
day, Oct. 8, at the Algiers Hotel.
.Slate to be installed by David
Geisser, Southeast Regional direc-
tor of the American Tvchnion So-
ciety includes Mrs. Milton Sirkin.
president; Mesdames: Henry Ar-
thur. Nan Cohen, Nathan Lodcr,
Myron Minenberg, George Valen-
tino, vice presidents; Mrs. Samuel
Horowitz, recording secretary; Mrs.
Kioi-i Sinick; corresponding secre-
tary; Mi-s. Harry Shockett, finan-
cial secretary: Mrs. Samuel From-
mer, treasurer, and Miss Lillian
Goodman, parliamentarian.
Mrs. Sirkin. who served as chap-
tor president for four years, is
now beginning another two year
term. She is also national associate
treasurer of the organization.
Among other activities In the com-
munity, she has served as president
Of the YM-YYVHA of Greater Mi-
ami. Conference of Jewish Women,
and as first president of Greater
Miami Chapter of Hadassah.
At present she is vice chairman
of Miami Beach auditorium and
convention hall advisory board and
resident chairman for the United
Fund on Miami Beach.
Cultural Society's Opening Mtasieale
The Miami Beach Cultural So-
ciety has silled its first mn-ical
meeting of the season for Satur-
day, Oct 23, ai 7 p.m. in the as-
sembly hall it ~:,:> Washington Ave.
Featured artist will bo violinist
Bernard- Mm/..*, a faculty mem-
ber of the University of M
Music, acconq
at the piano by Samuel Sp
An >tlu r highlight of the evening
will be Miainian Mikki Shift', nwz-
zo soprano, who will sing the title
lOje jfl.JhEOUX'SM J'l.^tlde;-^a^
The piflBllfclltS of the 28 groups
i : the Miami Beach Chapter of
Hadassah will be accorded special
hoarai at the annual Hadassah
Ilond with Israel anniversary
luncheon. Thursday. Oct. 14, at the
Miami Beach Chapter Israel Bonds
endeavor, will be presented to the
following group presidents:
Mrs. Solomon Margolis. Bay Har-
bor; Mrs. David Reinwald. Louis
D. Brandeis; Mrs. Sol Krasner,
Font:iincbleau Hotel, according tojKddie Cantor; Mrs. Louis Landy.
an announcement made by Zelda \ EMtKr; Mrs. Jules Lcssem. Forte
i Mrs Philipi Thau. luncheon chair- Towers; Miss Lillian Goodman, I.
man. and Betty (Mrs. Bhofimn) IB. Goodman; Mrs. Morris Herman,
Fast, president of the 7,500-mi'm-jHatikvah; Mrs. Rose Zeismund.
Beach Chapter of
bor Miami
Hadassah.
The 'Woman of Valor" award
will be conferred upon Lillian (Mrs.
Leon' Kronish for her many years
ol outstanding service and leader-
ship on behalf of Israel on thi
occasion. Mrs. Max Sehenk. na-
tional preside.ni of Hadassah. the
guesl speaker, will confer the
awar'
Israel Scroll- of Honor in recog-
i ton of the exemplary roles of
theii respective groups in
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Metro Mayor Steve Clark presents the key
to Dade County to Amram Zur, North Amer-
ican representative of the Israel Ministry of
Tourism at the reunion-reception which was
sponsored by the Israel Histadrut Council of
South Florida in order to greet the members
of the "Israelis Visit Florida" tour and to
give the many residents of Dade County
who have visited Israel an opportunity to
meet and talk with the friends they made
while there.
An engraved guvel was presented to Mildred
Sahl in recognition of her appointment as
chairman of the Women's Division of the
Israel Histadrut Council of South Florida.
Making the presentation was Moshe Gilboa,
Consul General of the State of Israel, at the
reunion-reception given by the Council to
welcome the "Israelis Visit Florida" group
at the Fontainebleau Hotel. The Women's
Division has been named in honor of the late
Marsha Wolfstein, former chairman.
Special Succos Festivities ^!M*
For Temple Emanu-El Teens
Ma ply I.Lstowsky. M.S.W.. direc-
tor of youth activities at Temple
Emanu-El, and Dr. Theodore R.
Struhl, chairman of the Temple's
Youth Comnussion, announce spe-
cial Succos festivities for the teen-
agers beginning Sunday, Oct. .'5.
At 7 p.m. the teenagers will par-
ticipate in a "SUOCAH TON,"
a "Live In," to take place in the
Suecah rwiclvd through the tem-
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11, at 7 p.m. Jewish love. Torah
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by involving the young people in
the religious service and in song
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and Marc Birrrbaum. religious
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and conducted special services for
the teenagers during the High
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fJewisfi ncrktlan
Friduy. October 1, 1971
SOCIAL BRIEFS
by Isabel Grove
Stephanie Ann, born Aug. 23 to
attorney David and Catherine Wei-
der of New York, is a first grand-
child for Hilda and Bernard Wel-
der of Miami Beach. Maternal
grandparents are Dr. and Mrs.
Eric Ledmann of Paris. France,
who came here for the happy
event. The junior Welders and tiny
daughter will leave New York soon
and take up residence in South
Florida much to the delight of the
senior Weiders.
tr -Cr
Mrs. Irving L. (Reva) Wexler
will chair the American Jewish
Committee Florida State area lead-
ership institute to be held Oct. 7
to 10 at the Rod and Gun Club in
Everglades City. Mrs. Wexler de-
scribes the pun>ose of the AJCom-
mittee's institute is "to equip par-
ticipants with deepened personal
insights, heightened self-awareness
and a greater understanding of
AJCommittee's program." The in-
stitute will be led by trained mem-
bers of AJCommittee staff from
the national office in the field in-
cluding Samuel Katz, director of
the community services depart-
ment; William Katz. field staff
supervisor; Mrs. Billie Stern,
Southwest Regional director; Mi-
ami director. Dr. Walter Zand;
and Max Bimbaum, AJCommittee
consultant in education training
who is director of the human re-
lations laboratory of Boston Uni-
versity.
b Relatives of both families gath-
ered on Miami Beach when Me-
lissa Robin, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Sacks, married Jay
Michael, son of Mrs. Dora Toblin
and the late Harry Tc/blin, on Sept.
12. The Sunday noon wedding was
held at the Famous Restaurant
where the bridegroom celebrated
his Bar Mitzvah eight years ago.
Relatives of the bride included
Mrs. Pearl Amerman, Mr. and Mrs.
Jules Goldstein, Myrna Post and
Morton Amerman, all of New
York. From Baltimore came the
bridegroom's grandmother, Mrs.
Mary Machlin, Mrs. Coleman Cord-
ish and Mrs. Albert Gross. The
bride made her own A-line wedding
gown of lace and white satin. On
their return from a honeymoon
tour of Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Tob-
lin will live in Tampa.
V V V
Norman S. Lipson, son of Can-
tor and Mrs. William W. Lipson,
was the guest speaker at Beth
David Congregation during Satur-
day morning services. A graduate
of the University of Miami, Mr.
Lipson spent his junior year as a
student in Israel and is now of-
ficiating as student-rabbi in Hat-
tiesberg, Miss. He will be ordained
as a rabbi from the Hebrew Union
College in Cincinnati in June, 1972.
Cr -ir &
Familiar faces missing from the
Miami Beach scene lately have all
returned like homing pigeons for
the holidays. Daisy Lart and Bettv
Gilman were on a "Skyward"
cruise, making stops at Hatien. San
Juan. St. Thomas and Nassau.
Awaiting news (and gifts, no
doubt* were Daisy's erandchildren.
Jeffrey 11, Michael 10, and Lisa 4.
who belong to Rhona 'nee Larti
and Edward Pollack, and her sis-
ter Frances Goldman.
Syd Margulies spent som" four
weeks in New York with family and
friends out returned in time to
spend her birthday on Sept. 15
with her niece and nephew, Dr.
and Mrs. Martin Bakalar, and
three great-nephews, Michael 7,
Steven 5, David 2'. and her sister,
Mrs. Rose Friedman.
Gone for the entire summer, Har-
:i,", Fenias, divided her time be-
tween MUburn, N.J., with her sis-
Mrs. Charles Gaines, and Bethesda,
Md., with her niece Marilyn Cram-
ter and brother-in-law, Mr. and
rr. Her mother, Gertrude Fink,
>I>ent her time in California where
she met her eighth great-grand-
child born to Gail and Marvin
Peck.
And here for the holidays, win-
ter residents Lillian and Reuben
Horowitz of the Sea Coast North
who had spent August in Atlanta
with long time friend, Mrs. Shir-
ley Cohen. They'll be going back
to New York at the end of October
but plan to return here for their
usual six month stay around
Thanksgiving time.
League To Hear
Mrs. Jay Dernier
The program at the first regu-
lar meeting of the Women's
League for Israel, Lincoln Miami
Beach Chapter, on Friday, Oct.
15; will feature a talk on current
events in Israel by Mrs. Jay
Dermer.
Scheduled to begin at 2:30 p.m.
in the 100 Lincoln Rd. club room,
the afternoon will also include a
talk by Esther Tyson on "Great
Books," and a community sing
with Aida Yaslo at the piano.
Mrs. Rose Dellerson is president
of the group.
1-18-2 .. HADASSAH FORMS
Mrs. Morris Herman, president
of the Miami Chapter of Hadassah,
has announced that two new Ha-
dassah groups have been formed
in the North section of Miami.
Mrs Louis Reiner is president of
the new group formed at the Cen-
tury 21 eondominum called Shalom.
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Hiuina Seiifsrh will have a noon
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Special guest will be Anita Bry-
ant: fashions will he by Sak's
Fifth Ave.. with Miss Bette M inn
of Sak's, coordinating the show,
and musical arrangements by
Chuck Bird.
Project Survival, organized un-
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of Miami School of Medicine, has
set the raising of funds to build
and maintain a new Center at
Jackson Memorial Hospital as its
initial goal. Mylan Berin Roloff
serves as president of the project.
luncheon on Thursday. Oct. 7, at
the Algiers Hotel. Mrs. Esther
Ginsberg will read her original
l>oems and essays. Lil Baron ;s
publicity chairman.
Morton Towers has slated a
brunch at the Morton Towers Res-
taurant on Wednesday at 10 a.m.
The program will feature a p;,
discussion on "We Visited brae
Bobby Indig is in charge of
publicity.
Membership Coffee Planned
Temple Judea Sisterhood has
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Friday, October 1. 1971
fJewisti hridiom
General Chaim Herzog To Address
Women's American ORT Convention
The formor Chief of Israeli In-
telligence and the internationally
renowned "Voice of Isrncl" during
the 1967 Six-Day War, General
Chaim Herzog, will present the
major addresss to the opening scs-
of the Women's American ORT
:>l-t biennial national convention
Sunday evening. Oct. 17, at the
Diplomat Hotel.
Genera] Herzog, who is president
, ORT-Israel. the largest Bingle
ORT vocational education and
training program in the world, will
address some 1,700 delegates of
the org inrzation who will repre-
sent nearly 100 thousand mem-
- in over 720 chapters from
-I to coast. Also present will
city officials from the Greater
[iami area, distinguished guests
.i the community ami top ORT
innel from overseas.
Other highlights of the con-
tion will include addresses by
Mrs. Monroe M. Rosenthal. na-
I president of Women's Amer-
ican ORT; Mrs. David M. Gold-
ring, chairman of its national exec-
utive committee; Nathan Gould,
national executive director; Dr.
William Haber, former dean of the
University of Michigan, and con-
sultant on manpower to the U.S.
Secretary of Labor; David Alber-
stein, chief of operations for the
World ORT Union: and F. Schra-
; r. director of the ORT-France
network.
On Monday. Oct. 18, the con-
vention's hmcheon session will fea-
ture the dramatic 1971-72 "World
ORT Fashion" premiere, com-
prised of dresses designed and
created by young ORT students
from Iran, Morocco. France and
Israel, and modeled by members of
the Southeastern Florida Region.
The show will be coordinated by
Burdine's and narrated by Miss
Betty Sherwin. There will also be
a musical, "Open a New Window,"
written and staged by members of
the host regjpn.
On Tuesday, Oct. 19. the conven-
tion will hold a soecial series of
panels on "New Vistas for Voca-
tional Services," "The Impact of
Technology on Education," "Jew-
ish Education and Youth,"
"Changes and Reforms in Euro-
pean Education," and "Israel: A
Technology for Survival and
Humanism."
Wednesday, Oct. 20, Max M.
Fisher, president of the Council of
Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds and former special advisor
on urban and community affairs to
the President of the United
States will present a major ad-
dress and receive an award from
Women's American ORT for "out-
Standing leadership in American-
Jewish communal services."
Women's American ORT is the
largest organization supporting the
global vocational education and
training program of ORT, the Or-
ganization for Rehabilitation
through Training. Since its incep-
tion in 1880, ORT has provided
more than a million persons with
modern skills and trades, ranging
from electricity and automechan-
ics to electronics and automated-
machinery repair.
Women's American ORT is af-
filiated with the American ORT
Federation, which currently re-
ceives funds, exclusive of mem-
bership dues, by special agreement
with the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee, a member agency of the
United Jewish Appeal.
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Friday, October 1, 1971
UNDER THE STRICT AND
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Friday, October 1, 1971
frJewisli H JQar Jfylitzvali
Page 9-B
NEIL WALTERS
Sell Jay, the son of Mr, and
Walters, 2940 sw
St., will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah
temple Or Olom on Satur lay
ning, Oct. 2.
Nell Is an eighth grader at Rock-
\s ly Junior High School, where he
- in the school band.
Mr. i 1 Mrg. Walters will host
the K lush following the cere-
monies Saturday. Among guests
I will Ix Hyman Perlstein from
| setts.
^ V q.
STEVEN EGGNATZ
Si Gary, the son of Dr. and
[Mrs Let Eggnatz, will be called
ho thi T irah as a Bar Mitzvah
[during the worship services at
It r.p!< Bfih El, Hollywood. Satur-
day morning, Oct. 2.
Friday evening, the Oneg Shab-
I flowers will be sponsored
by th< maternal and paternal
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
siegel of Baltimore. Md.. and Dr.
mil Mr-. Meyer Eggnatz of Holly-
|vood; the celeferanfs mother will
- the Sabbath tapers.
Guests will include Dr. and Mrs.
koseph Diet/. Wilmington, Del.;
Mrs. Nathan Adler. Philadelphia.
Pa : Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Bcrn-
ktein, Atlantic City. N.J.; Mrs. Mel-
lin Paul .nd daughter Nan. Brook-
landville, Md.; Dr. and Mrs. Paul
lubansky, Dr. and Mrs. Samuel
jum, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Yudin;
Wr. and Mrs. Herman Levin of
Baltimore, Md.. and Mr. and Mrs.
I Sh fferman of Washington,
r >'.
& TOIID FlBl'S
Tixlri Fibus will celebrate his
Bar Mitzvah during Saturday
horning services at Beth Torah :
fongnnation on Oct. 2.
An eighth grade student at John
K> nnedy Junior High School.
the celebrant is the son of Mr.
|nd Mrs. Morton Films of 17031
IE 23rd Ave., North Miami Beach.
Todd will be honored by his
la rent* at tlio Kiddush following
fie ceremony.
His grandparents. Mr. and Mrs,
Isidore Fibus and Mr. and Mrs.
Jam Katz of Pittsburgh, Pa will
here for the occasion as will his
|real -grandfather. Harry Lippock.
fr -it &
MICHAEL KAPLAN
Michael David, son of Mr. and
Irs. AJfred Kaplan. 18035 NE 9th
|1.. North Miami Beach will ob-
Irve his Bar Mitzvah Saturday
[orntng, Oct. 2. at Beth Torah
pngregation.
IMichael is an eighth grade stu-
|nt at John F. Kennedy Junior
Igh School and plays baseball
Id basketball.
The celebrants parents will j
ior him at the Kiddush follow- |
services on Saturday, and at a i
['ption and dinner that evening
|the Beau Rivage Hotel.
IRA KREIND1 I.
fa, the son of Mr. and Mrs. |
pin Kreindel of Miami Beach.
be called to the Torah as a
Mitzvah at Temple Menorah.
jrday morning, Oct. 2.
fa, an eighth grade student at
stilus Junior High School, is a
bber of the Otpimlst football,
I thai! te ms.
Wlowing the services there will
beon honoring the cele-
Jit at the I staurant
li itivee and friends. ,
ANDREW koppel
pdrew, the son of Mr. and1
Maurice Koppel will become
ih Ti mple Zion Sat-'
v. Oct. 2.
1 an eighth grade stu-
at Glades Junior High School. [
trophy for being the most I
Ianiling seventh crude student '
|councll member. He has also won
many dance contests and pk*s
U for the Khoury League.
Mr. and Mrs. Koppel will host
following services and a reception
In Andrew's honor Saturday eve-
ning at the Seville Hotel. Among
guests will be his grandmother,
Mrs. Ra> Koppel.
/Michael Kaplan Steven tggnati
Andrew Koppel
Talk On Israel
At Hillel PTA
General Meetina
Gui st speaker at the firsl gen-
eral m tlnftrt the Hillel C i
!ty Day S4hcft) lOV^dYTtUTi n......
0"t. 7. will be Adon Tart, r i: m
"ditor of The Miami Herald, who
'ill give his Impressions of Israel,
having made an extensive tour
there recently.
Also on the program will be
11 i I nas on the school's activities
by Ral bi Simon Murcian i, princi-
pal, Dr. .11-1 Dennis, president,
and Mrs. Melvyn Drucker, PTA
president.
I h i evening will conclude with
m exhibit and sale of books for
children prepared by Mrs. Harvej
Baxter, PTA fund-raising vice pres-
ident, in consultation with Mrs.
Simon Murciano kindergarten
instructor.
Mr. Taft, who holds a Mister's
degree In History. Is on the fac-
ulty at Mlami-Dade Junior Col-
lege and Florida Bible College. Hi"
is the recipient of the nation's
first award for the reporting of
religious news.
Sisterhood Breakfast Plan
Temple Tifereth Jacob Sister-
hood is hosting a breakfast for the
congregation Sunday at 9:30 a.m..
and will hold a meeting Thursday,
Oct. 7, at 8 p.m. in the social hall.
Dr. Wilder Candidate For
Miami Beach City Council
Dr.
diatris
Miami
Simon J. VVikler. a local po-
t who is a member of the
Beach Citizen's Advisors
Board, has announced his candi-
dacy for the Miami Beach City
Council. He will seek the seat now
held by D. Lee Powell, and will
file formally immediately follow-
ing the High Holy Days.
At a recent meeting with 200 of
his supporters. Dr. Wikler outlined
a plan to quickly bring corruption
to an end. He added, "the recent
influx of successful retired business
and professional residents makes-
eradication of corruption now more
possible."
The candidate is an inventor and
holds patents; one an internation-
ally distributed shoe that bean
his name in the United Stairs.
Canada and Israel. A graduate of
Temple University he is the au-
thor of two books and has writ-
ten articles published in Reader's
Digest and leading scientific
journals.
Dr. Wikler and his w Rev;
a civic leader who has been twice
nominated Outstanding Citizen of
Dade Co inty, have three to
Joan Liberty, Louis and David.
The Wiklers live at .''! 86th St.
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Friday, October 1, 1971
STUART SIECCL
Sifgr! Appointed
To A eiv Position
Stuart Siegel, whoso father, Sid-
ney Siegel, is executive vice pres-
ident of Miami Beach's Hebrew
Home for the Aged, has been ap-
pointed by the Jewish Community
Center of Philadelphia, Pa., to the
post of physical education director.
Stuart, who now lives with his
wife in Philadelphia, is a former
resident of North Miami Beach.
He attended Norland Senior High
the School and the University of
Miami, where he was active in
football, basketball and other ma-
jor sports.
Prior to accepting his new posi-
tion, Stuart gained a background
in youth work at the New Orleans
and Detroit Jewish Community
Centers.
4 Congregations Unite In
Yom Kippur Demonstration
I < the welfare of our brethren in Russia uppermost in our
hearts and minds. May we in t!;-> coming year strive to bring
about their full redemption and to cry aloud 'Let my people
go.' "
A special memorial ,rayer was also chanted to the Jewish
martyrs who were killed by the Nazis in Babi Yar, a mass mur-
der of Jews which Russia today is still trying to cover up.
RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ, Temple Menorah
RABBI LEON KRONISH. Temple Beth Shalom
RABBI EUOENE LABOVITZ, Temple Ner Timid
RABBI PHINEAS A. WEBERMAN, Congregation Ohev Shalom
SPECIAL WESTERN WEAR
SHIRTS FOR $6.00
CHILDREN'S OVERALLS $3.89
BOB'S PET SHOP. INC.
2505 N.W. 183rd STREET
Telephone 625-2014
"trtrything ft tour Pf
HOtSE FEED AND TACK
LE6AL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NO. 71-17850
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN RE:
THC MARRIAOE OF SRYMOfK
KA.MJNS. husband and DOKIS
KAMINSKY, wife.
ACTION F"H lilSSOI.ITlON
OK MARRIAGE
TO: DORIS KAMINSKY
Dover Plains. New York
You are hereby notified that an
ac'ion for Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you are
required to file your written defenses,
if any, on SANDLER & SANDI.KR,
P.A Attorneys for Petitioner, whose
address is !43 Ingraham Building.
Miami. Florida and file the original
with the Clerk of the above styled
Court, on or before November S,
1971. otherwise a default will be en-
(61*60 against you for the relief de-
manded in the complaint, or petition.
This Notice shall be published once
eju h week, for four consecutive weeks
In THK .IF:WISH FI.ORIOIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
lhi~ Court at Miami. Florida on this
It lay nf Soutemher 1971.
F. B. WEATHERMAN.
as Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By C. P. COPEI.AND
As Deputy Clerk
SANDI.ER & SANDI.ER. P.A.
943 rngraham Building
Miami, Florida 33131
374*196
10/1-8-15-22
LEGAL NOTKE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of IM'llltA PROPERTIES at 58S" S..
Dixie Highway, So. Miami, Fla. In-
tend I'' register said 'name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
RAY BEKUIN
REUBEN BERCSTEIN
I0/1-8-1.-.-22
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of RUDY'S LAUNDRY AND LINEN
SUPPLY COMPANY at 1067 S.W.
27th Avenue, Miami, Fla. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
RODOI.FO PRIETO
10/1-8-15-22
TREES ARE
EVERYBODY'S
BUSINESS!
w* 1
STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP
MANAGEMENT AND CIRCULATION
(Act of August 12, 1970, Section 3685)
(Title 39. United States Code)
Date of filing. Sept. 27. 1971: title
Of publication, The Jewish Floridian;
frequency of issue, weekly, location of
known office of publication, 120 N.E.
Bth St., Miami Florida 33132, location
of headquarters of general business
offices of the publishers, 12(1 N.E. 6th
St., Miami, Florida.
Publisher Fred K. Shochet, 12" N.E.
Bth St.. Miami. Florida 33132; editor
Fred K. Shochet, 12" N.E. 6th St
Miami, Florida 33132; managing editor,
I-red K. Shochet. 120 N.E. 6th St.,
Miami. Florida 3.1132.
Owner: Fred K. Shochet, P.O.B.
2973. Miami, Florida 3313" Estate of
Ethel Shochet. P.OB. 2973. Miami
Florida 33130. (A Partnership).
Known bondholders, mortgagees, and
other security holders owning or hold-
ing 1 percent or more of total amount
of bonds, mortgages or other securi-
ties: None.
Extent and Nature of Circulation.
Average No. copies each Issue dur-
ing preceding 12 months.
Total No. copies printed (net press
ru>...... 20,100
Single Issue nearest to filing date
... l,000
Paid Circulation:
Sales through dealers and carriers
street vendors and counter sales
. SM
Single Issue nearest to filing date
550
Mail Subscriptions ............. 17,500
Single issue nearest filing date 17]"iiin
Total Paid 1 'Irculntlon ...... 18,064
Free Distribution (including snmpjes)
by mail carrier or other means 1,850
Single issue nearest filing date 750
Total Distribution 19.900
Single issue nearest to filing date
18.800
Office use, left-over unaccounted
snoiled after printing 200
Single issue nearest to filing date 200
Total 20.100
Single issue nearest to filing date
19,000
I certify that the statements made
by me above are correct and complete.
FRED K. 8HOCHET. Publisher
Happenings
Artist Louis Kopman will bo
the guest of the Miami Beach
Art Forum Friday, Oct. 8, at 8
p.m. in the Washington Federal
Auditorium, 1234 Washington
Ave., Miiami Beach. Imtg ird
Baker Davis, a board member
of the Museum of Modern Art
of Miami, will be the guest on
Tuesday, Oct. 12, when it meets
at 7 p.m. in the Miami Beacn
Public Library, 2100 Collins Ave.,
Miami Beach.
ft ft ft
Don Kaplan, president of Flag-
ler Insurance Agency, will attend
a convention ot the Na.tio1 As-
sociation of Casualty and Surety
Agents Oct. 3-6 at White Sulpnur
Springs, Va. He recently re-
turned from a three-day meet-
ing in San Francisco of the Na-
tional Association of Insurance
Agents.
ft ft ft
Senator George McGoveni was
to wind up his four-day swing
through Florida Thursday with
a 9 a.m. speech before Miami-
Dade Junior College students in
the patio of the 7000 Building on
the South Campus. Sen. Mc-
Govcrn arrived in Miami Tues-
day evening, but refrained from
campaigning on Yom Kippur out
of respect for the Jewish popula-
tion.
ft ft ft
The Florida Chapter of the Na-
tional Psoriasis Foundation will
meet Tuesday, Oct. 5 at 8 p.m.
ft ft ft
in the Washineton Federal Sav-
ings & Loan Association of Mi-
ami Beach, 1133 Normandy Dr
Three leading Miami Dermatol-
ogists will be guest speakers.
They are Kenneth M. Halprin,
M.D., associate professor of Der-
matology, University of Miami
Medical School and chief of der-
matology, Miami Veterans Ad-
ministration Hospital; lierakl D.
Weinatein, M.D., Dermatologist,
University of Miami School of
Medicine, ana Dr. Nardo Zalas.
LEGAL NOTKE
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Act of 1941
File No. 71 A 533 _______
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that Walter Green ft Clyde Green,
his wife holder of County Tax Sale
Certificate No. 7409 issued the 29th
day of May, A.D. 1989, has filed
same In my office, and has made ap-
plication for a tax deed to be lBsued
thereon. 8ald Certificate embraces the
following described property In Ute
County of Dade, State of Florida,
SWIv 42.S ft T-Ot 6 All Lot 7
Blk 4, Per Unity of Title to Dad6
County Dated 2-1S-KK. I 7
Blk 4. L S D S U B 1st Addn, Plat
Book 79 Page 52. In the Countv of
Dade, State of Florida. This deed
will be issued subject to 1971
County taxes and Liens.
The assessment of said property
under the said certificate was in the
name of: Cutty Sark Bldrs Inc
Unless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, the prop-
erty described herein will be sold to
the highest bid/ler for cash at the
Courthouse door on the first Monday
In the month of November. 1971.
'-'h Is the 1st day of November,
1971.
,ated this 28th day of September,
1971.
E. B LEATHRRMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida.
By P. F. OTII DSTRAND, DC.
(Circuit Court Seal)
10/1-8-15-22
COMPANION FOR OLDER WOMAN
Choice Beach Apartment and Board
in exchange for Cooking, light
Housekeeping. Call 221-4845 Even-
ings After 6:30 p.m.
LAST YEAR VOU
HELPED THREE TlkYIES
AS mANV DADE ADDICTS
BET OFF HEROIN AND
BACK TO USEFUL LIVES
AS TWO YEARS AGO.
TUMI. MMV UUflkS.
1
THE UniTEO FUHD.IT S WORKinG.
'Las Vegas Night' at the Jockey Club paid off handsomely
for the Deed Club and the Childrens' Cancer Clinic of the
National Childrens Cardiac Hospital. Shown above (left to
right) at the Casino entrance are Mrs. Al Podvin, Mrs. Nor-
man Klein, and Mrs. Norman Arkin. (Mrs. Arkin and Mrs.
Lester Mishcon are cochairmen of the Deed Club's costume
ball scheduled for Nov. 6 in the Fontainebleau Hotel). Deed
Clubbers on hand to organize chips and prizes included
Mrs. Debby Morgan, president, Mrs. Paul Jay, Mrs. Sheldon
Spector, Mrs. Sam Robinson, Mrs. Irving Miller, Mrs. Her-
man Halpern, Mrs. Sydney Mass and Mrs. Herbert Meyers.
Obituaries
MILLER, Ernest. 91, 800 Washington
Ave., M.B. Blasberg.
SOLOWAY, Joseph. 78, 823 West Ave..
M.B. Blasberg.
STERN, Sidney Martin. 55, 19207 N.E.
18th Ave. Riverside.
STIEOLITZ, Bernard. 7. 2000 Uberty
Ave., M.B. Levitt. ____
TRACKER, Samuel G., 73. 1945 S.W.
7th St. Riverside.
GLEIBERMAN, Sylvia. 65, 730 Penn-
sylvania Ave. Riverside. Interment
Mt. Sinai.
JONES, Dorothy B., 59. 9790 E. Bay
Harbor Dr., North Bay Village.
Riverside.
KRONGOLD, Abraham, 73, 1045 10th
St., M.B. Riverside.
LAPOF, Benjamin, 71, 1251 N.W". 202
St. Riverside.
MICHELSON, Hyman. 91, 601 89th
St., Surf side. Blasberg.
OLKEN, Joseph Leon, 76, 2301 Col-
lins Ave.. M.B. Riverside.
PARENTE, Victor, 73, 4246 S.W. 10th
St. Riverside.
SIMON, Peter, 66. 3180 S. Ocean Dr.,
Hallandale. Blasberg.
WEINGROFF, lrvin, 70. 7525 E. Treas-
ure Dr., North Bay Village. River-
side.
BELLE, Nathan. 88. 800 Washington
Ave., M.B. Riverside.
BERLIN, Exrll, 85. 800 Washington
Ave.. M.B. Riverside.
BERNHAROT, Albert, 68, 2855 Leon-
ard Dr., N.M.B. Riverside.
CHAIKEN, Albert. 74. 915 8th St.,
M.B. Newman.
DOLCHIN, Louis, 82. 800 Washington
Ave., M.B. Blasberg.
FREEMAN, Robert, 85. 1950 N.E. 173rd
St., N.M.B. Levitt.
GOER, Evelyn, 55, 1750 N.Q 191st
St., N.M.B. Riverside.
JACKS, Jack, 79. 17230 N.E. 10th Ct.
Levitt.
JANCOURT, Lelbu, 89, 4485 Post
Ave., M.B. Riverside.
KISSEN. Jacob. 90. 411 N.W. 19th
Ave. Gordon. Interment Mt. Nebo.
ROOM KIN, Morris. 71. 17050 N.E.
14th Ave. Riverside.
ROONEY, Mary R., 74, 8523 Harding
Ave.. M.B. Newman.
STESSEL, Ida. C2, 1475 N.E. 125th
Ter., North Miami. Riverside.
STOCK. Alfred, 83, 5825 Collins Ave..
M.1I. Newman.
SURAVSKY, Sophie. 67, 7131 Harbour
Blvd.. Miramar. Levitt.
ROSENBERG, Leopold, 80, 1004 Penn-
sylvania Ave., M.B. Riverside.
SANDERSON. Lottie. 77. 7001 Bonita
Dr., MB. Blasberg.
BENO, Stephen, 70, 18695 Collins Ave.,
M.B. Riverside.
MALEK, Marshall Lane, infant. 870
ljikeview Dr., M.B. Newman.
TARTER, Rebecca. 89, 2420 N.W. 183rd
Ter. Riverside.
TOPLIN, Rose K.. 100 Lincoln Rd.,
M.B. Riverside. Interment Mt.
Sinai
BEDARO, Sylvia, 6301 Collins Ave.,
M.B. Newman.
GREENFIELD, Morris, 68, 18 N.E.
117th St. Riverside.
RESH, David, 75, 850 N.E. 16Sth SL
Levitt. Interment Mt. Sinai.
TAMES, Nathan, 89. 42 Collins Ave..
M.B. Gordon. Interment Mt. Nebo.
DEARR, Max, 81. 1535 S.W. 7th SL
Gordon. Interment Mt. Nebo.
LIEB, Charles, 78, 355 19th St.. M.B.
Levitt
LITWIN, Jacob A.. 75. 9101 E. Bay-
Harbor Dr., Bay Harbor Island.
Ulasberg.
NOVELL, Philip, 74. 10295 Collins
Ave., Bal Harbour. Blasberg. Inter-
ment Mt. Nebo.
ROSENBERG, Leonard. 59. 1262 S.W.
15lh Ter. Riverside.
SALOSHIN, Theresa B.. 85. 8920 S.W.
19th St. Riverside.
SUCHOLICKI, Ana. 64, 1613 Enclld
Ave., M.B. Riverside. Interment Mt.
Sinai.
WEBER, Ruth. 62, 17331 N.E. lth
Ave., N.M.B. Riverside.
YELLIN, Max it., as. 1601 N.E 191st
St., N.M.B. Riverside.
BLANK, Benjamin. 80. 1446 Enclid
Ave., M.B. Riverside.
GOFFER, Herman. 81, 18562 N'.B.
ISth Ave., N.M.B. Gordon.
GRUSHKA, Isidore. 72. 1613 Pennsyl-
vania Ave., M.B. Blasberg.
KLASS. Lillian. 70. 6901 Indian Creek
Dr., M.B. I.evitl
MANNHEIMER, l.issi Jeanne. 60.
9838 N. Kendall Dr. Gordon.
GELB
MONUMEN T3 INC.
Open Every Day Oosrd Serb both
140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583
Mion.ii Only Strictly Jewish
Monument Dealer
EMANUEL GORDON-1946
HARRY GORDON 1964
IKE GORDON
JAMES B. GORDON
\~jordon jf-Mneral ome
Reform Conservative Orthodox
CALL 373-5533


7, October I, 1971
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Page 11-B
LEGAL NOTKI
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
.VEENTH JUOtCIAL CIRCUIT
r FLORIDA IN AND FOR
E COUNTY. CIVIL. ACTION
71-imi
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
NUBTBRBT ItAIfAHO. and
i7NV DOM1NICK F.ARCARO.
[.tinny Dominies itarcaro
, frnk Ita.cato .
,r..,,.U* l^ei*V i'jos'y dominiCR bar-
',.. ),. .!>> inufii-il Hint n
i'..miilHim fn'' Divorce has
i,.i L..IIH-' >"U. and you are
I |o nerve .. < opj of your An-
pieadlng to the Bill of I'nra-
., the Plaintiffs attorney,
|(T h m'P.NS. ESQUIRE, 350
l;,i Miami Beach. I"'-1 aim
original Answer or Pleading
[office of tlie Clerk of the Clr-
I i,n or before the 27th day of
I',71 If you fall to do so,
|, | i default will b taken
rou for the relief demanded
|:,ii ,,i ComphHnfc
iljee shall be published once
'.., fnur consecutive weeks
Kvvrsn pi ortdian.
. \ \l, ORDERED at Miami,
. h da) of Bent, a.d.
II i F.ATHBRMAN, Clerk
, ,,. i lade 'ounty, Florida
l.v: I SNKBDBN
u y .icrk
i in i Seal!
i || i;i RNS BSQUIRB
i:.l.
",' :: 511-1241
9724 m i---ir.
NOTICE OF ACTION
= CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
."IDA IN AND FOR
COUNTY, CIVIL ACTION
rs ), 71-1B?30
SUIT FOB DIVORCE
it IA IE OP:
HUSBAND
'EH WIFE
BIO
[< rsey
:. an hen I l
Complain! for
.1 again*! you,
, serve n i opj
n the
, pi
Si iSTCHIN, 101
.....xi. Miami, Fl
tin ii sinal Answer or
a Ice of i!.....
. on or before the
1 lull, if you
II In I bj dl f:iull Will
i \ ii for the relief
r i omslalnt.
: shall !" published once
i,v rnrnsecutlve weeks
ISH Ff/IRIDIAN.
fl ORDERED ai Miami,
I 22nd da.} "f Sept A 11
\TH BRMAN, Clerk,
|ii i'i-in I :{ County, Florida
F.> A REWBT1
I lenuly i 'lerk
-.ill .
tchtn
" si ISTCHIN
12th A\ enue
jisn
i >.- i .r Plaintiff
! 24 in 1-8-15
if CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
!NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND HOR
IADC CfJUMTY. FLORIDA
- NO 71.18105
DTICE BY PUBLICATION
dan laare of:
I'I' KClHJl PI I BENSON,
BAND
I
II.onsE BENSON,
IRT kcpoiph REN-
f :. e Harding Aye
Park. Georgia, ARE
lv VtVHFIBn to file vi ur
to this divorce with
h niid seivi- a ei |
I Mllornevs, VI IN
ITT1 isi^ Capital Tinik
Florida on or before
lay of October, 1971, else
il will be taken as con-
mber to, 1971.
RRM \N. CI F.RK
l P ', ,IM.'I \VP
1 enul* Clerk
Court Seal)
9'24 lft/1 S-1.1
In
notice under
:titious name law
' HEREBY GIVEN that
I siring lo engage
under the fictitious name
WICKER GARDEN at 800
| '. North Miami. Fla.
. i ,1 to register said name
nf the 'iicull Court of
F'nrl.la
n is-cimj I! T >vn
HARD CROSS
DMAN
Is
II
8S1R4
9'17-:'4 "i'i -S
I CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
[NTH IIIOICIAI CfPr-OIT
Fl ORIDA. IN AND FOR
f COUNTY, FLORIDA
71.18605
5tice to defend
n of marriaob
Ward mokrison.
[AY i ArTOONE
F"\ Wife)
'''"" v M W LANGONB
_RRISON
1 '"viand
I! HEREBY NOTIFIED
Dissolution f Mar
J 'ded against vou hv
' harp Morrison, and
"ov require0 n- Reeve R
I we 1>r other rl
on M VRTTV 1 PTM-
for Husband, -.'Il
"d Miami, Florida,
(rial thereof
I the ah. ve-i tvled
' fore November I. 1911
DefaMII win be uttered
fl dav of September,
yrirr..M,v r.T nK
1 M. WOODARD
I'enuiv Clerk
1,1' Beal) .
10/1-8-15-22
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
N 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
RE: The MarrlaKe of
NEII. N ROSENHACK. Husband
and
MAXDKa) CAKE9aHaT?;HACK-, Wife'
TO: KETLN ROSENHACK
L' North Drive
Easi liruuawick. New Jersey*
YOI- ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an aelion for Dissolution of
Marriage has been fil.-t against you
and you are require! to serve a copy
of your written defenses, if any, to
it on JACK J. TAPPER, attorney f,,r
Petitioner, whose address is 1700
Northwest Seventh Btreet, Miami,
Florida nod file the original with Ihe
i-lerk of thi shove styled court on or
before Oct. 15, 1971; otherwise a de-
fault v.ill be entered against you for
Ihe relief demanded in the 1 oni-il-iim
or pet i 1 ion.
This notice shall l- published onee
each week for four, consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH Fl.OKIIHAN.
WITNESS my hand and Ihe seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
I of September, 197l.
E It LEATHERMAN,
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By: 1: M. KISSEE
. As Depot) Clerk
m 'Ircull Curt Seal)
law OFFICE8 OF JACK J TAFFER
IfOO Northwest Seventh Street
Mi.,mi. Florida :;"-'
Al tol in y for Petitioner
: LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 71-17293
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In RE: The Marriage of:
DENNIS GEORGE TRAVERS,
.Hum,an,I
ALICE DA VIES TRAVERS,
Wil.
TO: ALICE DAMIES TRAVERS
:.: Ml Bethel
Warren, New Jersey 07Q66
VOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Petition for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you. and
you are hereby required to serve a
copy of your answer or other plend-
iiiK to the Petition on the Husband's
attorney LESTER ROGERS, whose
address is 1454 N W. 17th Avenue.
Miami. Florida. .1:1125. and (He the
Clerk nf the above stvled Court, on
or h.fore the 20th day of Oct., 1S71
or a Defaull will be entered against
you.
Dated this !>th dav of Sept., 1971
E B. WEATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: R. M. KIS8EK
Deputy curk
I Circuit Court Seal)
9/17-M 10'i-S
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-17535
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
in RE:
; s .... rrlape of:
u 11 I IAM OB IRT : I iRTH
and SrZANXE MARIE HEPWI IRTH,
TO: SI / VNE MARIE HEPWI IRTH
Hunsel Drive
Glen U irnlo, Maryland
St'ZANNE MA 1MB HEP-
rcby 11 ilfied II
B iplalnt for Divorce has been
filed nualnsl you, and you are re-
qulri ,1 1 rve a 1 ol your An*-
sw-er or Pleadfng lo Ihe Bill of Com-
T.\niit on the Plaintiff's attorney.
UAW OFFICES OF KOBERT II
BURNS, S50 Lincoln I'.d Miami
Beach, Fla. and file th.....isinal An- '
swer or Pleading In the office of the
Clerk >< the circuit Court on or
1., i"..ie the I9th day of October, I97t.
If you \';>i\ to do so, Jndgment by de-
fault will be taken against you for
the relief demanded in the Hill of
Complaint
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH Fl.iiRIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this in d ly of September A.D.
1971.
1: I! LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dad" c.......,-. Florida
By: 1, BNEEDBN
Denuty clerk
fClrcull c.uirt Seal)
ROBERT H RURN'S
;-." I Incoln Rd
\iiann Reach, Fla.
1131-1841
Attorney for Plaintiff
a 17-24 10'1-H
re-
de
Ins!
de-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 69-6377
(Judge DuVal)
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR
ORDER OF CONTEMPT AND
FINAL JUDGMENT
DIVA 1 OPES WRIGHT,
Plaintiff
DANNY I KK WRIGHT,
1 lefendont
TO: DANNY LEE WRIGHT
Route 4. Box :'7H
lie Funlak Springs, Florida
YOU DANNY LEE WRIGHT, are
hereby notified thai a Motion JOI
order' of Contempt and Final Judg-
ment has been filed agnlnsl you. and
inn are required to serve a copy of
v,,ur Answer or Pleading to the Mo-
tion for Order of Contempt and Final
Judgment on the Plaintiff's Attorney.
ItONAl Ii I DAVIS, ESg P A 41.
1: P iyne Itulidlng. m W. Flaglei
Street, Miami. Florida 33130 Phone.
379-2851, and file the original An-
war or Pleading In the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the 27th day of Oct.
1971 if vou fall to do bo, Judgment
by defaull will be taken against you
for the relief demanded i'n the Motion
for Older of Contempt and Filial Judg-
ment. .. ,
THIS NOTICE shall he published
. ,rh week for four consecutive
weeks In THE JEWISH Ft-ORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 22nd day of Sent. 1971.
B B LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court
I>ade County. Florida
By: R M. KISSEE
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal. ^ ,n/) .,.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAUE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-2575
(ARTHUR W. PRIMM)
NO~ICK TO CREDITORS
in RE: E-iate of
JOSEPH FRi IMKIN
I lei eased.
r,, aii Creditors and All Persons Rav-
ins 1 "aims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and
quired lo present any claims and
(hands which you may have agi
h......ate of .11ISEPH FRi >MKIN
'ease.1 late of Dad.- Copnly, Florida,
10 the County .Indues of Dade Coun-
ty id file the same in duplicate
and as provided In Section 7:;:'. 16,
Florida StatUll 111 il OfflCI s In
Ihe County Courthouse In Dadi Coun-
1 y, Floi da, i'hui six calendar
i.i the 1 inie of the firs!
publication hereof, or the sanv will
be bin
Da 1 al Miami, Florida, this 10th
dav of Si i'i mber. A D. 1971
SARA ANN KROMKIN
As Executrix
Flrsl publi. tion of this notice 011
ih, 1 *th dav of September. "
BARHETTM ROTHENBERG
\ 1 tut 11, y for Executrix
11 Bisi .-* ne Building, Miami
'i 17-24 1.1'1-R
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
NO. 71-3416
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
ItcTH GOLDSTEIN
I leeeased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
lng Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which von mv h"v* elns1
the estate of RCTII GOLDSTEIN, de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Hade County,
and file the same in dunllcate and as
provided In Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar month: from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 2nd
day of Seniember. A D 1971
FRIEDA OOLD8TEIN
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 17th day of Sentember. 1971.
BRESI-OW RETTBH
Attornev for K\......triX
1095-6Congress l'.l.lg.. tn 9/17-24 10/1-8
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. 71-17556
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN UK
It I.MAS REYES,
Plaintiff
and' '-i ..... 111
MILAGROH REYES,
Defendant
TO: MIIaAGROS REYES
Kill Mt Prospect Ave.
Newark, N.l.
YOB AUK HEREBY .NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it
on MANUEL ZAIAC, attorney for Pe-
titioner, whose address is 1B0 S.B.
2nd Avenue Suite 610, Miami. Flor-
ida Phone SS."-2Kfiri intend to register
the clerk ir the above styled court
on or before October IKth. 19711 other-
wise a default will lie entered against
you for the relief demanded in the
complaint or petition.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami. Florida on
this 13th day of Sentember. Ifi71.
F. P. LEATHERMAN,
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dad,- Cnuntv, Florida
By: <: M. WOODARD
As llenuty Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
MANI'BL ZA1 \C
Attorney for Petitioner
!> I7-T4 I" I -1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the unden gned, desiring to engage
ill business under Ihe fictitious name
of COMWNBD <>F AMERICA Al'TO-
MORILE ASSOCIATION. INC al IT,
N K i:"ih Stre Miami, Florida In-
tends i" register said name with the
Clerk of thi Circuit Court ol Dad<
County, Florida
M1NSAM, INC.
s.,;,. i iwner
.'' STEIN A Mil.I BR
Attorneys for Minsam, Inc
' Wi -1 Fl igler St.
Miami. Florid 1 9/24 1" 1-8-13
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to en gas*
in business under the fictitious name
of DTAMONDS <>F MIAMI at HSR N W
57th Avenue, Miami. Florida intends
In register said name with the t lerk
of the Circuit Court Of Dade County.
Ptortdn
I'AIMI ocs DIAMOND'S. INC
By: Simon Ferro, Jr., President
11 \KKIS & SIRtCIN, P S
Attorneys tor 4Vpnlicant
"th Floor Pade Federal lll'lg.
Miami. Florida ^1 ^
NOTICE UNDFR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring '
in business .mder Ihe fictitious name
of A AABCO CRUISE CEN1 fl
f.nH5 Collins Avenue. Miami nencn,
I';.!. inti ml register said name
eiili the Cl-rlr of the > Ircull I ear 1
or^Con^.PJorida.RN
GBORGB BEROBRo/i^_M
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-3398
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estati of
ANNA BERGER
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 hnve against
the estate Of ANNA BERGER de-
eased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dane Coun-
ty, and file the same In duplicate
and as provided In Section 783.18,
Florida Statutes, In their offices hi
the County courthouse in Hade Coun-
ty, Florida, wlthm si\ calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred. ,
Pated at Miami. Florida, this 9th
dav of September. A D 1971.
FRED shocmkt
As Exe utor
Flrsl publication of this notice on
the 17th dav of Sent 1971.
KENNETH M MYERS
Attorney for Executor
ii-,n s W 1st sti""t
Miami. Florida 33130
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
N-. 71-3'iS8
(FRANK B. DOWLING1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE' Estate of
Mil DRKD ROSENHEHfi.
Deceased. ,,
Ta At Creditors and All Persons Ray-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
' You are hereby notified and re-
,mired to ..r.-cnt nnV .homs and de-
mands which vou mnv have Mtalnal
Jhe estate of MH DRBD BOSENBEHO
rleceased lare o* Dde County, Florida,
to the County .lud.-es of Pad. Conn-
tv and file the some i" dimlleate
and as orovided in Section 788.18. Flor-
1,1.. s,ate 'heir offices ;'i Hit
, 1 -v C.......Kn" ;" '>"' c.i.p-'v
irtnrldfl W'*hhl "d* calendar month"
,..,., .,. c..,. M "....."''' a'ioe
11 ,. 1 : 1 la, this I'.nh
hiv"f v. ;-'."!:; !BvtEBo
, -. ..-
pi,i publi, ". .. !,.
h Hiv nl >'.....
l-I'ls-IIM IV Vl-'is,
Ai'orne\ for Josepl Rosenberg.
FvocilfAl-
,2nUnco.nRoid ,7...,4 ,.
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
71-18334
PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THK MAKItl \c,i.; (if
I.PIS FRANCISCO c.r.M.HA,
Husband, and
DOROTHT LEB CCAl DA, Wife.
TO: Ll'IS FRANCISCO GUALDA
o^ux Washington Avenue
Son v Springs, Maryland
You, I.PIS FRANCISCO C.t'AI.DA.
ar, hereby notified that a Petition for
Dissolution of Marriage has been fil-
ed against you. and you are required
lo serve a oops of your Answer or
Pleading to the Petition on the Peti-
tltloner'a attorney, Sol Alexander. Esq. .
19 West Angler St., Suite : Florida 38130 and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
the ci.rk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 1st .lay of November, 1971
If vou fail to do so, judgment by de-
fault will he taken against you for the
relief demanded In the Petition.
This notice shall he published once
each week for lour consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FIOR1DIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 23rd day of September
AD. 1971. ,
B R I KATIIKRMAN, Clerk
Circuit Coin'. Dade County. Florida
By: c p. COPBLAND
111 out) Clerk
(Circuit Court fleaf) 10/1.8.15.M
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-2963
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
KIHTH LIBBRMAN
I leeeased,
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Batata
Vou are her.-bv notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands whins the estate of kdith lirerman de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.18. Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Had. County, Flor-
ida, within si\ calendar mouths from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will lie barred.
Iiat.d at Miami. Florida this 23rd
dav of September, A.D. 1971.
CITY NATIONAL PANE OF
MIAMI REACH
By: Janus 1. Newman, Trust Officer
As Co-Eexcutor
First publication of this notice on
the 24th day ..f September, 1971.
DAVID T. BERG
Attornev for City National Rank
mi E. Flagler Si
s 84 lf..l-8-l.-i
IN THE CIRCUIT CUUitT OF THE
ELEVENTH JOUiGlAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 71-15868
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
MARCEL A. ALCINB
Husband,
vs.
JlTI IA MAE SMITH ALCINE,
Wife
TO: JULIA MAK SMITH ALCINB
7HI West Church Street
Jacksonville, Fla
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Petition lot Dissolution of
Marriage has been filed against you.
and you are required to serve b o oy
of your Answer or pleading to the
Petition on Plaintiff's attoi 1
BRT R WHITE, II 32 DuPonl Bull 1-
ing. Miami. Florida, Sl'.lSl, and file
the original Answer or pleading in
the rflce of the Clerk of '; >'r -
cult Court on 0r before the 28th day
of (i.i 1971. If you fall lo do so.
Judgment hj defaull will be I
nga Insl > "ii tor the n hi t d< ma I
in the Peiitii "i
DATED at .Miami. Florida, this- 17tli
das of Sent I!i71
E U IKATHBRMAN
Ol, 1 k Ol Circuit Court
Bj : Ii M. KISSEE
Deputy Clerk
fClrcull Court Seal I
K< HIEUT 1: WHITE
At torney for Pteintlff
1032 I lul'oni Building
Miami, Florida 38131
379-7815
a 24 1'i/1-8-1S
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
ofORANOB PARK APARTMENTS at
6880 South Dixie Highway. So, Miami.
Florida. :i::i4:i intend to register said
name with the Clerk of Ihe Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
II XV KKKIilN
REUBEN BEROSTEIN
la 1-8-15-22
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious nami
of EXPOSITIONS INTERNATIONAL
al 17:iH S.W. I Mil Street, Miami. Flor-
ida intends to register said name
with the Clerk of Ihe Circuit ( Ourl
Ol I lade County. Florida
SAM P I F' ITKN
MICHAEL P. on ask
Attorney for Sam F. Leviten
I'.ii S \V. Third Avenue
Miami. Florida 3Slt9 _,,
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. 71-17279
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in RBj The Marriage of
DAVID Kl 'BE, Husband
and
REOIN'A CORNEI L KOBE, Wife
TO: REOINA CORNELL KOBE
.'147 Fast BSnd Street
New York. N T
YOTJ ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has I.....n filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
yOUr written defenses, if any. to it
On JACK .1 TAFFER, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 17""
Northwest 7th Street. Miami. Flor-
ida. 33125, and file the original wilh
the clerk nf the above styled court
on or before October is, 1971: other-
wise a defaull will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in the
comnlaint or petition
This notice shall be nubllshed once
each week for four consecutive woeks
in THK JEWISH Fl 1RIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami, Florida on
this 9th dav of Senlember. 1071.
K P. I K \thi.-im AN'.
As Clerk. Cecil Court
Dade Conn"- <<''
By: c i A' FX vxi'Ki-
As Il.,".Ov Clerk
(Circuit Court Sen'!
I AW OFFICES i >' M'K' T TAFFER
1700 Northwest Seventh Street
Miami. Florida :i:"""'
n i7-:'4 m'l-S
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-3080
(DewHng)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
HARHV I. HANSI.KY
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
|ng Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which vou may have against
the .state of HARRY L HANBLBY
deceased late "f Dade County. Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same In dupli-
cate and as provided in Section 783,-
Ifi, Florida Statutes, in their offices
In the County Courthouse in Dade
County, Florida, within six calendar
mOnths from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same Will
i ftaYred
Dated at Miami. Florida, (his 22nd
dav of September, A.D. 1971.
ABE OOl DBBRG
As Executor
Flrsl publication of 'his notice on
.....her, 1971.
\ I'T'I ': FR1E1 'M \N
j for Exi cntor
;-, '' W Ti ii or. Drive
N'orth Ba} Village, Fla.
l" 1-8-15-22
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY*
IN THE CIRCU'T CctjRT OF THE
ELEVENTH JIIDT.IA' CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO 71-17135
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
In RF.-
VICTOR c. CARDOZA.
Husband
and
K Til BRINE CARD07 \.
Wife
TO: RATHERTNE C "inoz.V
3 McDonouerh ffw
South Boston hnsetts
Yin- \ii.; i"....."v VOTtFTBD
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been file I ssslnst vo and
you are reotlired lo seeve a copy of
v.oir written def.......... if anv. to It on
MKi \'1N F FRANREI attorney for
ner, whose ndde* *<> 11n-
coin Pond Miami It......h Fnrlds Sail".
,,oi rile ihe ni-i'..... I ndfh 'he clerl;
of he above ...a. '- on or liofnre
October 70, 1971; nth-----lee n ''efnult
111 I .. "i......I '"' f"r the
,.,.,:. r ,l, .,,..,.,). I '. ev.lalnt Or
>o,o ion
i-l,:.- ,,otice .'-," oh" "-' once
ok we<* ''- '..................
ip Tin'' M.ocit.-ii jrT/VRTMAN.
WTTNER9 '*"' I ','" eal of
n1d cour' i\ ^ttnml *" "''''' on th's
'nh dav of -. il "'
pi 1 T 1 .,,.<,. N-
Ik', i'i, .-> I :, '|lll t
Dnde '' '" i'i
r,. Rvtmrv
\. t -:..rl<
ft nit | -on^' BiMlM
"' vT" f.....' v'"'
4O0 T l,..,!,, Rom'I
Hliml i!.....h fUW-Ubi "-i-a
Attorney for v Ii
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5-OZ.
PKG.