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The Jewish Floridian
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The Jewish Floridian
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Language:
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
October 8, 1971

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

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
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-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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idfewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 44 Number 41
Miami, Florida Friday, Ostober 8, 1971
Two Sections Price 20 c
Riad's U. N. Speech 'Disappointing'
News Briefs
Senior UNRWA Official Sentenced
TEL AVIV I WNS I A senior Arab official of the United
ns Relief and Work Agency (UNRWA) was sentenced to life
i | i isonment by a Lydda military tribunal atfer being found guilty
ol espionage and of setting up a terrorist cell. Haled El Amari, 43,
;: East Jerusalem, was charged with using his diplomatic immunity
to gather information and sending it to Amman in UN. mail pouches.
H:s aide. Said Ayesh, was found guilty of collecting details on mili-
iry installations, prisons and fuel stores.
Labor Federations Join Drive
BOSTON (WNS) The New England labor movement joined
th drive to convince the State Department and the United States
Information Agency to institute Yiddish broadcasts to Soviet Jews
over the Voice of America. Delegates attending the convention of
the Maine State Federated Labor Council, the Vermont State Labor
Council, AFL-CIO, the Massachusetts and the New Hampshire AFL-
CIO votc-d unanimously to call on the Voice- of America to institute
such broadcasts. The drive for labor support is led by the Jewish
Labor Council.
French Technicians Ousted By Libya
PARIS (WNS> French aeronautical technicians who had
been working on Mirages delivered to Libya, and others who had
>vn preparing ground installations for the bulk of the Mirages due
I be delivered later this year have been asked to leave Libya, it
w as learned here. French sources said the ouster was necessary to
give Libya an absolutely "free hand" in use of the planes. By terms
Of the sale contract between France and Libya, the Mirages are
rot to be used against Israel.
Vigil For Soviet Jewry Nov. 7
LONDON (WNS) The United World Committee for the
R -patriation of Soviet Jews has announced that a vigil for Soviet
l wry will be held throughout the Western World on Nov. 7, the
>lth anniversary of the Russian Revolution. Vigils will be observed
by Jewish groups in the United States, Britain. France, Belgium,
Switzerland, the Netherlands, Italy, Latin America and Canada.
By special Report
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y.
After Egyptian Foreign Minister
Mahmoud Riad spoke before the
U.N, (; n< ral Assembly this
week, Israeli Ambassador Yosef
Tekoah expressed disappoint-
ment that he had not outlined
any areas of possible agreement.
"It is evident that if there is to
be progress in the peacemaking
efforts. Egypt must abandon its
inflexible attitude," Mr. Tekoah
declared.
Before Riad s|M>ke, Ameriean
officials had pointed out that
there was little likelihood of an
interim agreement to reopen the
canal being reached as long as
Egypt sticks to its insistence
that such an agreement be part
of a package deal leading to
total Israeli withdrawal.
In his speech, Egypt's Foreign
Minister specifically rejected the
suggestions made last week by
Israeli Foreign Minister Abba
Eban, and restated the standard
Egyptian position, ignoring Mr.
Eban's proposal for face-to-face
meetings.
U.S. and other Western diplo-
mats insisted the Kiad speech
had "dosed no doors" on the
Middle Hast, and it was obvious
that he was not replying to the
proposal made two days before
by I'.S. Secretary of State Wil-
liam P. Rogers.
In contrast to the Rogers and
Eban speeches, which offered
"six keys to an interim settle-
ment" and "five roads to peace,"
respectively, Mr. Riad suggested
only two roads to the establish-
ment of permanent peace the
first was for the implementation
of Egyptian President Anwar
Sadat's February proposal, the
second was Israeli acceptance of
Television newsmen interview seven
leaders of national Jewish Women's
Organizations who came to Washing-
ton to make a plea on behalf of the
million members they represent for
the "prisoners of conscience" and other
Jews in the Soviet Union. Clockwise,
they are Mre. Charles Stein, vice presi-
dent. Pioneer Women's Organization;
Mrs. Henry Rapaport, president. Na-
tional Women's League of the United
Synagogue; Mrs. Charles Snitow, presi-
dent. Leadership Conference of Jewish
Women's Organizations; Mrs. Dovid
Levitt, president, National Federation of
Temple Sisterhoods; Mrs. Howard Le-
vine (at microphone), president, Ameri-
can Jewish Congress Women's Divi-
sion; Mrs. Nathan Holstein, president,
B'nai B'rith Women, and Mrs. Joel
Dolkart, vice president, National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women. Standing behind
Mrs. Levine is Mrs. Monroe Rosenthal,
president, Women's American ORT.
In the background is the Soviet Em-
bassv, where the group tried unsuccess-
fully to deliver their statement.
a memorandum by U.N. peace
envoy Dr. Gunnar V. Jarring,
also made last February.
President Sadat proposed that
Israeli forces withdraw in two
Stages. After the first stage of
the withdrawal, Egypt would
accept a six-month ceasefire,
move its forces to the East bank
of the canal and begin clearing
operations in preparation for its
reo|ieuing to international ship-
ping. The second stage would
require Israeli withdrawal from
all occupied territories and ful-
fillment of the requirements of
Security Council Resolution 842.
The Jarring memorandum re-
ferred to was a request for a
declaration of willingness to es-
tablish peace and for a with-
drawal to the 1939 Egyptian
boundary in the eastern Sinai.
DKIMS gowa mm
Troop Crossing
'Unacceptable'
By Special Report
JERUSALEM Prime Min-
ister Golda Meir declared this
week the return of Egyptian
trcops to the east bank of the
Suez Canal as part of a special
agreement was "totally unac-
ceptable" and listed continued
separation of the hostile forces
by the canal, an unlimited cease-
fire and the reopening of the
waterway to all shipping, in-
cluding Israel's, as key elements
necessary in order to reach such
an agreement.
Mrs. Melr outlined her gov-
ernment's i>olicy after study of
the six-point presentation made
by U.S. Secretary of State Wil-
liam P. Rogers before the U.N.
General Assembly, in which he
declared there was room for
compromise on the crossing of
the canal by Egyptian soldiers.
(See related story Page 1-BI.
In the event of a Suez Canal
agreement, she declared, civilian
personnel, technicians, engineers
and so on naturally will be al-
lowed to cross the waterway for
its operation. But troops will not
be allowed to cross to the east
bank.
"Israel will never return to
the pre-1967 Ixmlers," Mrs. Meir
continued. "The new borders will
have to lie somewhere between
the two lines there must be
a change. Israel is prepared to
consider international guaran-
tees, if proposed, only after an
agreement has been signed with
its neighbors on final borders,"
she declared.
"One cannot say that the
Secretary of State did a good
service to the prospects of a
partial settlement leading to the
reopening of the Suez Canal."
Mrs. Meir added. "He erred
greatly in several views. I am
afraid that in the process of
making such statements, Mr.
Rogers made it more difficult
for himself," she said.


Is America Doomed?
By MAX 1.1 It NIK
(Arc America's leadership and pow-
er coming to an end? Will the na-
tion change by revolution or groat
social transformations? Such ques-
tions led ''nlumnist Max turner
to this series of five articles. Is
America Doomed? In his first in-
stallment Lerner examines the rev-
olutionary furor of change sweep-
ins the United States).
PART I
Not Doom, But Change
THERE IS a persistent feel-
ing in small groups, both
on the left and right, that Amer-
ica is at the end of its tether
and is practically in its death
agonies. The left blames capital-
ist imperialism, which i pre-
sumably the last stage before a
proletarian revolution. The right
has its own brand of doom
which sees the breakdown of
moral standards as spelling the
end of American civilization.
In between these two ex-
tremes there is a pervasive sense
of unease among many people,
who may not feel thai America
is dying but who do wonder
whether it is growing unlivable
and in some ways coming apart.
They ask themselves wheth >
this spells the end of A
power and leadership in the
20th-century world.
LJEXCE the query which ties
this cluster of articles to-
gether: Is America Doomed?
Broadly my answer would be No,
but a qualified and conditional
No.
If the question is one of
American world power, and its
capacity for policing the world,
then surely the Vietnamese war
marks the end of an era. Amer-
ica will have to limit its world
role from now on, compete more
sharply and find some accom-
modation with the other Great
Powers and with new forms of
Collective authority.
IF THE question is that of
violence and livability, then
the common ex[>crience is that
the cities are growing less liv-
able and that new ways must
be found to humanize the en-
vironments we live in. But on
whether this is a dying civiliza-
tion I must declare myself a
skeptic. I see chills and fevers,
Continued On Page 8-A


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Friday, October 8. 1971
Institute Of Jewish Studies
Beginning Its 1971-72 Season
The Institute of Jewish Studies
, of the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion will open for the season at
two branches the Bureau of-
fices, 4200 Biscayne Blvd.. and at
Beth Torah Congregation. 1051
North Miami Beach Blvd. ac-
cording to an announcement made
by Jack S. Popick, Bureau presi-
dent.
Courses offered for the first se-
mester of ten sessions include
"Jews in the Period of the Cru-
tsades," "The Message of the Proph-
ets," "Major Trends in Jewish
Thought," "Prayer Book Hcbr-.v."
"Educational Psychology for the
Jewish School," "The Rise of the
American Jewish Community."
"Hebrew Ulpan." (beginners Inter-
mediate, and advanced Hebrew
conversation*. and two new
courses in Jewish music ar:d 3
ish art for the classroom.
The Hi brew Department of the
.Institute will off-r "Bible and
Modern H World of the Talmud," "Humash
and Rabl ii I Sis, "D
I ment and Analysis of the Prayer-
-book," and "Leasen Planning i w
Hebrew Departm i '.-."
The Weekend Department of the
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sive adult study. The Hebrew De-
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Hebrew teachers in a lour year
program.
The Weekend Department will
meet at the offices-of the Bureau
of Jewish Education, 4200 Biscayne
Blvd., on Tuesday evenings, be-
ginning Oct. 19, and at Beth Torah
Congregation on Thursday eve-
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brew Department will meet the
same location on Wednesday and
Friday mornings, beginning Oct.
15.
Essentially a teacher training
school, the Institute also welcomes
adults who seek intensive Jewish
study. Beginning on Nov. 9, it will
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three divisions beginners, Inter-
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Friday, October 8, 1971
^Jewlsti fhrtdian
Page 3-A
3rd Annual Simchat Torah
Rally To Be Held Sunday
bj Jackie Koblenz of
A caiwciiy crowd of nearly 4,O0:> singing
->i is isfc)tM at ittecj.MU'iwilSlCKIV, Arvtrt. .l.d e \f gSEFTY,
h AiinTforium Sunday al 2 Mark Miller of wCSYjaid Susie
., :, toi the third annual Sfnufrrr1 Jacobs Of (he VM11A. i
4 (Rally for SWr?f i'.THwirvTHv^-3 1 f
irM by the Jewish Youth] Dance groups performing will
illof GTWter Miami, accord- cme from 'lie YMHA, Younn
ing to Council chairman Sammy ;')u(l.*,,'a' T*mpte Judea. and Bnai
Al>i imsbn.
Trie community-wide rally was
initiated in 1989 by Michael Katz,
Israeli community youth consult-
ant. Attendance increased from
B T.L'OO to nearly 3.000 last year, and
nterest is mounting steadily.
Arnie Feiner. staff coordinator
of the group embracing all Dade
County Jewish youth groups, said
youngsters from as far away as
Orlando and Tampa will partici-
pate in Sunday's mass meeting in
behalf of the estimated 3 million
Jews in the Soviet Union.
The American Jewish Congress
end its South Florida Conference
for Soviet Jewry is coordinating
a number of tables to be set up in
the auditorium for facilitating ac-
tion telegrams, letters and other
forms of communications to ap-
propriate officials in Washington,
New York and Moscow.
Yosef Yanich, founder of the
South Florida Conference for So-
viet Jewry and regional director of
the American Jewish Congress, will
be on hand to explain details of
the public opinion program.
Sunday's program will include Is-
raeli singing and dancing. Mr.
Feiner noted that on the eve of
Simchat Torah, Russian Jews
crowd the streets and their few
synagogues to sing in Hebrew and
Yiddish and dance to celebrate the
holiday of the Rejoicing of the
Law. #
Highlights of the program will
include greetings by Mayor Jay
Dermcr of Miami Beach; an eye-
witness report on Soviet Jewry
accomiwnied by slides taken by
Gary Shapiro, a student who visit-
ed the U.S.S.R. last month on a
U.S.Y. Pilgrimage; an original con-
t.ita composed by Jacques Donnet
of the Hebrew Academy of Greater
Miami and narrated by a member
of each major youth group; and
Rabbi Schiff Special Guest
Rabbi Solomon Schiff will be
the guest speaker at Wednesday's
7:30 p.m. meeting of the Greater
Miami Men's ORT in the Ameri-
can Savings and Loan Association
Auditorium, Lincoln and Alton
Roads, Jerome K. Brody. presi-
dent, has announced.
B'rith youth groups.
Following the dance perform-
ances, the entire audience will be
invited to the stage and auditor-
ium floor to become involved much
the same as the Jews of Russia,
by singing and dancing to the mu-
sic of Israel. Entertainment will
Hospital Health
Careers Is Topic
The South Florida Hospital As-
sociation is sponsoring the third an-
nual hospital-health careers con-
ference for junior and senior high
school guidance counselors.
Hospitals and schools in the
northern half of Dade County were
to meet on Thursday at 8:45 a.m.
in the Mount Sinai Hospital Audi-
torium: Broward County hospitals
are scheduled to meet at 8:45 a.m.
Wednesday, Oct. 27, in the Brow-
ard General Medical Center.
Health careers coordinator is
Mrs. Beverly Conner.
Sen. Myers Is Speaker
Sen. Kenneth Myers will speak
on "Human Pollution in Our
Times" at the 8 p.m. meeting of
the Arlen House Social Club Tues-
day. Dr. Belle Breuer is chairman
of the Club's culture committee.
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One added note in this year's
rally whlohrHflKexpeetad'-itoi be>ie
focal point for concern in the
future will be the additional prob-
lem facing Jews in the Arab lands
which has attracted little atten-
tion since the Iraqi hangings. Aryeh
Rokach, the new Israeli youth
consultant to Miami, will intro-
duce Ovadia Drori, who fled from
Iraq leaving some of his family
there. He will briefly descrilx- the
rigors of everyday living in the
Arab countries for its Jewish
citizens.
The importance and significance
of this major community event
can be seen in a television pro-
gram covering Soviet Jewry
called "The Still Small Voice," to
be aired Sunday at 10 a.m. by
WCKT Ch. 7 The program will
feature Mr. Feiner, Mr. Abramson
and Mr. Shapiro as they answer
questions posed by Rabbi Ralph
Kingsley of Temple Sinai of North
Dade, the program moderator.
Auction To Benefit Children
The Gift of Life Chapter
(CARIH) is planning an auction
on Nov. 6. In charge of merchan-
dise donations are Rhonl Friedman
and Renec Fcingold. auction chair-
men. All proceeds will go to help
further research which will help
children suffering from intractable
asthma.
Going over material to be used in "The Still Small Voice"
program being taped for broadcast at 10 a.m. Sunday, Oct.
10, on Ch. 7, are, from left, Arnio Feiner, staff coordinator
for the Jewish Youth Council of Greater Miami, which em-
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leader of Temple Sinai of North Dade.
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The third Congress, held in 1932,
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HEBREW I PRAYER BOOK HEBREW DEVELOPMENT OF
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8;00 9:00 P.M. Introduction to Hebrew Language
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origin and development of American Jewish institutions.
Instructor: Both Branches, Dr. Isaac Fein
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Friday, October 8, 1971
Volume 44
19 TISHRI 5732
Number 41
Press Not Above Criticism
A free press is just as important to a specialized news-
paper such as The Jewish Floridian as it is to the great
metropolitan newspapers of this nation with whom we join
in observance of National Newspaper Week. Maybe more
so.
Reflecting the news and views of a minority group,
the ethnic press can function only in a free atmosphere
where differences are respected not just tolerated or, as in
seme parts of the world, completely stifled. It is not by
accident that a free society depends upon a free press and
vice versa, for the two are inseparable.
The American press is not above criticism any less
than the American government. An alert and active citi-
zenry must see to it that neither violates its trust to pro-
vide an atmosphere and a forum for the free exchange of
ideas.
Centers Still Have A Mission
One hardly remembers that the Jewish Community
Centers, one of the few Jewish institutions native to the
American scene, was a major force four decades ago in
absorbing the new immigrants into American Jewish life.
In reporting the development of the Centers in Israel
and Hi 13 European countries at the recent Jewish Welfare
Board meeting, it was revecled that an exchange program
which brings young Israelis to Centers and camps in this
country serve to train them for work back home. The
American know-how in this field is being utilized to a
great extent in France which, because of the loss of
Morocco and Algiers, has seen its Jewish population grown
in a decade from 300 thousand to more than half a million
primarily because of immigration. The centers still have a
mission.
Recognition At Last!
Sigmund Freud, the Viennese Jew who has made such
an impact on the world, has at last been recognized in his
own country, returning tourists report. The Austrian gov-
ernment has bought his old home and turned it into a
museum and recently Vienna was host for the first time
to the International Psychoanalytical Congress. It is
only coincidence that the once-Nazi stronghold also has a
Jewish Chancellor at this time, for he has shown little
interest or relationship to his heritage.
Yiddish On Upswing
It is interesting to note the revival of Yiddish partic-
ularly in those young radical Jewish groups seeking to
revive the unique qualities of the language. In response,
the Workmen's Circle (Arbiter Ring) has planned a Yiddish
Folk Fest in Greenwich Village's Washington Square Park
featuring workers and radical songs, songs of the Jewish
Resistance and original folk rock, not to say Hassidic
songs which have captured the youth.
Further Dehumanization Of The Law?
Electronic geniuses in Israel are working on a com-
puter which will give the Jewish world a "rabbi" capable
of issuing rulings on any question of Torah or halacha
merely by pushing a button, with the answer to be de-
livered within minutes.
Since the programming is expected to take about 10
years to be completed, it is hoped there will be time to
consider the implications of this further de-humanization of
the "law." While there have been many rulings in the
past which appeared to neglect the human side of a Jew-
ish issue, what can be expected of a computer which can
boast only of memory banks of punched tape and not
memory of a people who lived and died for The Law?
AMMAN. Jordan The city
of Washington has around 700,-
000 inhabitants, and about 5.000
police are employed in Americas
capital.
IN ISRAEL, in contrast, the
Arab population of the formerly
Jordanian West Bank is just
above 6CO.0'J0 but only 1.000 Is-
raelis in uniform, including sol-
diers and policemen, new make
this huge administered territory
far more peaceful than our Dis-
trict of Columbia.
The figures are startling if
you consider the acres of news-
print and tens of thousands of
column-inches of fervid prose
that have been devoted to ro-
mantic descriptions of the al-
leged resistance war led by the
Fatah ami other groups com-
prising the Arab Fedayeen move-
ment. After all. the main tar-
get of Yassir El Arafat and the
other Fedaveen leaders is the

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big Arab population of the area
across the Jordan River that Is-
rael now holds.
YET THIS supposed resistance
war is being kept under almost
total control by about one-fifth
the number of men required to
maintain the precarious safety
of the streets of Washington,
D.C. Furthermore, this has been
the real state of affairs since
about the middle of 1968 or
about half a year after the re-
sistance war was first prod
ed bv Yassir El Arafat.
The failure of the F- I v-
i- el has nothing to do, in fact,
with the crushing of the F
j '. here in troubled Jordan by

The Fedayeen were giving
i "!. [sn i lie bnmi I m
trouble than
citizens give the Dlsti :
.. tot -
end b> fare King Huss
the Jord
; gainst the Fedayeen in Jordan
abobt a year ago.
SEEING the enormous differ-
ence between the rhetoric I
the reality is the essential key
to any understanding of the nor-
rible political tangle in the Mid-
dle East. Hence it is worth re-
capitulating what the Fedayeen
were really doing when the bat-
tle for Jordan began in Septem-
ber. 1970.
As to what they were really
doing, the men of the groups
led by Yassir El Arafat and his
rivals were, quite simply, trying
to take over the whole country
of Jordan. They,, had abandoned
any pretense-of threat- agaii -t
Israel. Tiny were fir from the
: But they
in entire control of Amman. ex-
Continued en Pag* 10-A
COMMENT
Iv aoes not appear likely that
the scat on the Supreme Court
"reserved" for a Jew ever since
President Wilson made his con-
troversial appointment of Louis
Brandeis will be filled as Presi-
dent Nixon considers his rare
opportunity of choosing two at
one time.
THE MEN who have served
in that spot at least Justices
Cardozo. Frankfurter and Fortas
fit the ideals that Anthony
Lewis, who reported on the Court
for many years, outlined recent-
ly in the New York Times: they
were men of scholarship, his-
torical understanding, perspec-
tive and moral sensitivity whose
contributions to American law
are unquestionable.
And these, obviously, are not
qualities President Nixon has in
mind. The four men whose names
he has submitted in the past had
none of them, neither Chief Jus-
tice Burger and Justice Black-
mun. who were approved by the
Senate, and certainly not Cars-
well and Haynesworth, who were
rejected.
ONE indication of how our
President's mind operates in
this area is that, guessing gs
:sid^, people like ex-Senator
George Smathers and Vice P
dent Spiro Agnew are even men-
tioned as serious possibilities, not
more Rita Hauser as the
part-Jew, woman candidate.
Recently, former Justice Ar-
thur Goldberg optimistically
that once fundamental
- have been recognized.
there has never been a general
reversal of direction by the Court,
"a going back against the trend
of history."
BUT FOR many of us con-
cerned with the record that has
been made in the short history
of the "Burger Court," reversal
is already in motion and unless
the Senate again exerts its pow-
er of consent there is little ques-
tion that the Bill of Rights is
in trouble.
The Chief Justice, no less than
the Vice President, has made it
pla;n that he does not side
with the late Justice Hugo
Black's view that freedom of
the press is an "absolute" and
beyond the reach of governmen-
tal interference.
IN .MY files I have a clipping
dated several months ago quot-
ing Justice Burger as insisting
that television and radio re-
porting not be permitted when
he addressed the American Bar
Association's meting in Atlanta.
He used strong words in deny-
ing their rights, eoincid^ntally
on the same night that Agnew
was attacking the "liberal news
media" in the same city.
I suppose that this week, when
the press is observing National
Newsnaper Week with its usual
self-glorification, l (eel i
tive about the import mc
to our naiion of a free and un-
inhibiti d pr ss. I have been b
severe critic for many years of
thai press, more for its sins of
'ban commission, al-
though it has much to ai
for here as w. 11.
by EDWARD COHEN
ON BALANCE, however, the
American press has served qu:te
well the kind of society to which
most of us aspire: it has re-
vealed the facts and expressed
the ideas which have enabled
us to understand better the na-
ture of our government, and
maintained its democratic W
I have little doubt left that it
is the intent of the present ad-
ministration to so inhibit our
communications media ami
intimidate it, either by law
applied pressure, that it can
no longer serve its historic fui
tion of bringing light to
people.
IN THE decision on the
tempt of the government to -
press publication of the Pi
gon Papers, the President. ': 5
Attorney General. Vice I'
dent and his Supreme Court
pointeea, have made it q
plain that they conskler
press a danger to their
plan," whatever it is.
As conservative North C
Una Senator Ervin. who i
views with alarm the a't-
to muzzle the press, said
cently in connection with '
oistr nion's refusal to :
\ le the Congress with Infoi
tion; 'The motive, of sours
to suppress 0) '' v
th > policy in the Congress
in the country."
With control of the |
Court In the hands of
who view dissent as tri
policy may triumph -
than we might bell


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* Jen is* ncridiain
letters to the editor
:
:
KillTOK: The Jnvish Hloritlhiii:
One can on y wonder what would j
h:qipen to the L'niicd Nations if
peace would one day come to the |
Middle East. Surely this would
create unemployment among all!
those bu% diplomats and employ- '
c-s wh > civ .vd that beautiful build-
tag on the Eat River in N-w
York.
It pei-hips seems surprising: to
state that since its existence the
U.N. had not l>cen able to solve
one problem in th's explo-iv,
world. The only question with
which this organization is pre-
occupied in its sadistic obsession,
is the :sie of the State of Israel.
There has not been a meeting
when Israel has not been con-
demned for things which bring
praise f<>r other countries.
Majiy kinds of explanations can
be given for the decline ol this in-
stitution which was built on the
ruins of World War II. envisioning
the creation of a world where
justice and peace would prevail.
The high ideals written into this
charter were gradually destroyed
land exist today only on paper,
I with virtually all their resolutions
| going in the opposite direction.
Thus forum was first misused
by the Soviet Union in stopping
any progress with its veto right:
then by the Arab nations with
their persistence in keeping the
Mkklle East conflict on the agenda;
and. last but not least, the disas-
trous policies of U Thant, the
Secretary, who lost his objectivity
and does not even try to hide his
prejudices. From the time he oc-
cupied the Secretary's chair, he
has not missed one opportunity in
demonstrating his hatred toward
the State of Israel.
Israel cannot expect justice from
the General Assembly. The dema-
gogic s|X>eches by the Communist
countries" delegates, and by the
representatives of the Arab coun-
tries who by their sheer numbers
now control this institution, is a
clear manifestation that nothing
good can come out of it as far as
Israel is concerned.
Based on past experiences of res-
olutions passed by the Security
Council and the General Assembly
concerning Israel, the most logical
conclusion would be for Israel to
boycott this Institution which has
destroyed all illusions in expect-
ing any just arbitration regarding
a peaceful settlement in the Mid-
dle East conflict.
Nevertheless, Israel is compelled
to continue to attend this inter-
.

Fight For Sight Luncheon
Rhoda M. Levine Chapter, Fight
for Sight League of Greater Miami,
will have its first luncheon meet-
Friday, October 8. 1971
ing of the- new club season at noon
on Wednesday at the Fontaine,
bleau Hotel. The afternoon will in-
Iude a card party.
national arena to fight for its
rights despite its awareness that
facts, reason and justice won't
change the positions of countries
whose mind* are made up and it is
waging a lost battle in decisions
which can effect its existence. Af-
ter all, the fate of the decisions
are predetermined by the Assem-
bly on the basis of the parties who
submit them.
The moral bankruptcy of the
United Nations is self-evident and
indeed it i6 useless for Israel to
defend itself against the accusa-
tions to which it is exposed by
countries whose recent criminal
histories are matters of fact.
The only road which Israel can
take is to attack this hyi>ocritical
institution and remind them of
their sins committed against help-
less nations such as Czechoslovakia,
Vietnam. Biafra, and the suffering
and starvation of the millions of
refugees of East Pakistan Bengalis
while at the same time declaring
that "world |>eace" is endangered
because housing projects are be-
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harmonize people in the City of
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Holiday Appeal
Nets $1 Million
With nearly every synagogue and temple in Greater Miami joining
jn the traditional High Holy Days effort for Israel Bonds, a record
total of more than $1 million vyas.provided for Israels economic needs
as a forerunner of the mogf-mtcndfc*-iJrtw in the 20-year history of
Israel Bonds.
Announcing the results for the Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur
pppeals, Michael Litvak. director of the Israel Bond Organization,
credited the spiritual leaders of Miami's congregations who helped
to snap and conducted the holiday drive "as an inspiring example of
bi-uilterhood and solidarity in behalf of Israel."
The fall synagogue and temple
campaign was initiated at a meet-
ing if the Greater Miami Rabbinic
Cabinet under the leadership of
Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual lead-
er of Temple Kmanu-El and chu-ir-
ni ui of the executive board of the
Israj Bond Organization, Dr. Leon
Kronjsh, spiritual leader of Tem-
pli Beth Shalom and mronal
chairjnan of the Rabbinic Cabinet
for Ilrael Bonds, and Rabbi Mayer
Abratnowitz, spiritual leader of
T male Menorah and chairman o!
Israts Bonds special events.
The synagogues and tempos
vhich participated in the High
Holy Day appeals include Agu-
ii Hi Israel Institute, the late
>i Hiisch Ever; Beth El Con-
gregation; Beth Moshe CpnTega-
iin. Rabbi Joseph A. Gorflnkel;
Beth Israel Congregation, Rabbi
Berel Wein: Beth Kodesh Congre-
gation, Rabbi Max Shapiro; Beth
R iphael Congregation, Dr. David
I! i ib; Beth Tfilah Congregation,
Joseph E. Rackovsky; B*nai
iiarl Congregation, Rabbi
Charles tit. Rubel and Hebrew
Academy, Rabbi Alexander Gross.
Also Israelite Center. Rabbi Av-
rom L. Drazin; Kneseth Israel
Congregation, Rabbi David Lehr-
field; Sky Lake Synagogue. Rabbi
Jonah K. Canlan; Young Israel of
Greater Miami, Rabbi Naftali
Ponish; Temple Beth Tov. Rabbi
Simon April: Temple Menorah,
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz; Temple
Xer Tamid, Dr. Eugene Labovitz;
Temple Or Olom, Rabbi Ralph Z.
Glixman; Temple Zamora, Rabbi
Maxwell Berber; Temple Beth
Shalom, Hollywood, Rabbi Morton
Malavsky; and Temple Sinai, Holly-
wood, Rabbi David Shapiro. Ap-
peals wen' also made at the Carib-
bean Hotel, Ritz Plaza and Wald-
man Hotel services.
The f.ill Israel Bond drive will
^nin momentum with a series of
j dinners and othe1- events under
11 l,o auspices of Greater Miami
| synagogues and temples, Mr. Lit-
vak noted. The first of these events
will be the Temple Beth Shalom-
Israel Dinner of State, Sunday, Oct.
24.
Beth David Series Part Of
Adult Education Program
A threo-payt cultural series in-
eluding an address by news com-
mentator -Herbert Kaplow head-
hues the 1971-72 adult education
program of Beth David Congrega-
tion announced by Max Waas.
president.
Mr. T-Caplow, the White House
correspondint for NBC News, will
speak Jan. 30. 1972, at Beth David
South, 7500 SW 120th St., loca-
' on of all programs in the series.
Dr. Theodore Caster, professor
of religion at Columbia University
and Dropsie College, will present a
talk on 'Magic. Superstitltion,
Post Office To Be
Closed On Monday
" ster E. M. Duntap has an-
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I in Mi ill lay |n I
r>i Columbus Day. S rvice "'ill be
limited to the d rtivery of so d il
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rhe i;
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Bi n ,i i. bby, and Airport
Mail Facility, Miami International
Airport, are open for business 24
hours a day. seven days a week.
including holidays.
Myth and Religion" Nov. 7, open-
ing the series
Final event, April 30. will be an
evening of Jewish vaudeville, pre-
sented in Yiddish and English.
Jerry and Roberta 'Shevin are
chairmen of the adult education
committee. -
Special guest lecturers will be
heard at 9 p.m. on Tuesday nights,
also at Beth David South. Among
those who will take part are Fred
Shaw, vice president of Miami-
Dade Junior College: Hannah
Kahn, poetry review writer for
the Miami il raid; Tho nas J. Mc-
Elllgot, professor of English at
Miami-Dade South: and Thelma
Altshuler, associate professor of
Humanities at Miami-Dade North.
nftLS^ Miami Happenings
Cities Holds its
1st Public Meeting
The Miami Alliance for Shaping
Safer Cities held its first publie
meeting in a community-wide ef-
fort to combat crime and improve
the system of criminal justice, this
week in the board room of the
Greater Miami Coalition buildinir,
according to Joel Hlrschhora chair-
man pro-tern of the Alliance.
The Alliance for Shaping Safer
Cities recognizes that the present
criminal justice system does not
deter, detect, convict or correct
and it will not become a real sys-
tem, without substantial public un-
derstanding and activity.
Members of the National Alli-
nce include the Camp Fire Girls,
the National Institute of Munici-
'.al Law Officers, the U.S. Youth
Council, the National Urban
League, NAAOP, American Jewish
Committee, National Catholic Con-
ference for Interracial Justice.
United Methodist Church Board of
Christian Concerns, the National
Businessmen's Council and other
civic bodies.
Local agencies interested in the
formation of a Miami Alliance 'or
Shaping Safer Cities include such
ethnic and community groups as
ACLU, ADL, Barry College, Crimi-
nal Justice Coordinating Council.
Dade County Community Relation.-
Board, Florida Parole & Probation
Commission. Girl Scouts. Greater
Miami Coalition. Greater Miami
lewish Federation, Jewish Labor
Committee. Miami-Dade Junior
College, Urban League. University
of Miami Division of Continuing
FHneation, YMCA, YVVCA and
YMHA.
The American Jewish Committee
has also been instrumental in help-
ing to establish local chapters in
Los Angeles, New York, St. Louis
and Rochester.
I)r. Minion .1. Wikler, candidate
for Miami Beach City Council
lor the seat in the group five
race, has appointed his wife,
Revy, to be his campaign
manager
vV & ft
Robert Anderson director of
The Children's Center (for emo-
tionally disturbed children > re-
Cently discussed the Center's
plans for the year with members
of the Phi Sigma Sigma Alumnae
Chapter of Greater Miami, which
had presented the Center with a
$530 scholarship from philan-
thropic project proceeds. Miss
Iiohhi Ann Oasfp is philanthropy
project chairman: Miss JoAnn
Seger reservations chairman,
and Mrs. Robert Rosen, adbook
chairman.
A new Life Models Sketching
Workshop directed by artist-host
Bert Boucher will start this
week at The Art Institute Of
Miami, 7X08 NE 2nd Aw. Work-
shops will be held each Thursday
from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m.
ft ft ft
Sylvia A*!i is director of the
Inventors and New Products
Show to be held at the Diplomat
Mall on Hallandale Beach Blvd.
Oct. 23.
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vJewisfi HcrHian
Friday, October 8. 1971
Is America Doomed?
(Continued from Page 1-A)
end pretty hectic turbulence, but
no smell of dying-
It is not death which is in the
air. not a revolutionary -furor
of change. I have for some time
been writing and saying, for who-
ever would listen, that America
is the most revolutionary so-
ciety in our contemirary world.
1 see no reason to withdraw this
analysis, and I affirm it again.
IN ITS current form the
' American revolution start-
ed somewhere in the mid 50s and
and has continued for some 15
years under various presidencies
Eisenhower', Kennedy's, John-
son's Nixon's. Its nature has
little to do with the differences
between Democrats and Repub-
licans. It will continue (at a
varying pace) through the 70s
and into the 80s, for it must go
on until the fundamental changes
toward which it Is driving are
more or less accomplished.
It is a revolution-by-consent,
even when the consent is re-
luctant and sometimes painful.
It differs sharply from what is
happening in Russia or China,
where the initial revolutions
%%'ere violent and without con-
sent and where they are main-
tained by a closed rather than
an open system of power.
AMERICA has never been
more open than today
open to change, to protests and
demonstrations, to competing
viewpoints, to extreme forms of
dissent. Th changes in Russia
and China are directed by the
regimes: When they begin to
threaten the regime they are
stopried dead in their tracks.
The changes in America tend
to work themselves out all the
way to some sort of consensus,
sometimes to the edge of ex-
treme danger and beyond.
FEEL confirmed in this
view of revolutions by a
book whose earlier publication
in Paris caused a storm there
Jean-Francois Revel's "With-
out Marx or Jesus The New
American Revolution Has Be-
gun."
Revel addressed his book to
an audience of French leftist
intellectuals who suffer from a
severe case of American-hatred.
He didn't focus on the question
of America's doom, because they
see America not as a dying in-
valid but as a brutal "imperial-
ist" and "facist" power.
THE l*OIXT he makes is
that the "revolutions" in
the Communist world, the Third
World and even in Western Eur-
ope are "impossible" revolutions,
either because the various coun-
tries lack the resources for suc-
cess or the traditions and meth-
ods of freedom; that America
alone has all the conditions
necessary (he lists five crucial
ones) and that while there is
no guarantee that the changes
moving so swiftly in America
will be carried through to the
end. the chances are far better
here than anywhere else for a
cluster of changes that will bring
about a great social transforma-
tion by the methods of dissent,
law and constitutional freedom.
One can quarrel with Revel
about the terms he uses and
some of his emphases, just as
one can quarrel with Charles
Reich who sees a "greening"
(not a doom) of America
through the new changes and
cultural life-styles, or just as
one can quarrel with Alvin Tof-
fler who depicts the pace of
social and cultural change as
so precipitous that it leads to a
serious "future shock."
I have my differences from
each of them. But what all of
us share is the sense of new and
vital energies in motion. If this
is dying, then historic death
chooses strange and unrecogniz-
able forms indeed. Or to put it
more pungently. what a helluva
way for a civilization to die!
NEXT: End of American Power?
What America has and what .-lie
lacks to make her a Great Power.
Interfaith Festival
Of Faith for Peace
Is Emceed By Bikel
PURCHASE. N.Y. More than
1.000 took part in an interfaith
"Festival of Faith for Peace" on
the campus of Manhattanville Col-
lege here Sunday. The festival.
marked the Jewish holiday of Sue-
cot (Tabernacles i and World-Wide
Communion Sunday.
Actor-folksinger Theodore B:k"l
was master of ceremonies for the
event, which was sponsored by
the American Jewish Congress,
White Plains Council of Churches
and some 250 churches, synagogues
and peace groups in Westchestcr
County.
Rabbi Hirshel Jaffe of Temple
Sinai. Mount Vernon, chairman of
the Westchestcr General Division
of the American Jewish Congress,
headed the festival committee. The
afternoon began with a message
of welcome by Sister Eliz-'beth J.
McCormack, president of Manhat-
tanville College.
Mr. Bikel, who is cochairman of
the American Jewish Congress Na-
tional Governing Council, invited
all present to join in the decora-
tion of the "Succah" a tem-
porary wooden structure used for
dining during the Jewish holiday
with fruit and peace symbols.
All participants shared a sym-
bolic meal of fruit, wine and bread
baked by members of the festival
committee.
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Friday, October 8, 1971
+JewistiFk>ridte)n
Dr. Finkelstein To Resign
Theological Seminary Posts
Page 9-A
NEW YORK, N.Y. Dr. Louis
Finki'lstcin, chancellor of The Jew-
ish Theological Seminary of Amer-
ica and president of its faculties,
I ..- announced his intention to re-
slgn both posts next June.
Dr. Finkelstein, who will con-
to teach at the Seminary,
where he also holds the Solomon
ScheChter chair in theology, will
his i>ost at the head of the
:,.'v.-!y-organized Institute for Ad-
vanced Studies in the Humanities.
Dr. Finkelstein, a frequent visi-
the Greater Miami area for
Ihe pest 20 years, taking part in
i Seminary functions here
- the winter season, has ad-
ed annual convocations of the
lary at Temple Emanu-El and
ly dinners at the Diplomat
Hotel.
I his letter of resignation. Dr.
Finkelstein, who will be 77 in
June, expressed his belief that "it
- necessary and proper for the
seJona] leadership of the Semi-
n try and the Conservative Move-
to be in younger and stronger
is."
Designation of sueh a person,
he continued, would give the Semi-
nary's constituency the assurance
to which they are entitled as to the
tion in which the Seminary
will be moving in the future.
Dr. Finkelstein, whose career in
nary administration extends
i to 1934 when he was appoint-
ssistant to President Cyrus
Plummer Speaker
At Ecology Group's
Saturday Banquet
Miami Vice Mayor J. L. Plum-
mer spoke on "Crash Ecology Now
To Save Miami Tomorrow" at
the annual banquet of the City of
M...mi Committee on Ecology and
titication Saturday in the
Columbia Hotel.
The evening included E. Albert
P 't's installation as head of
thi group by Judge Henry L. Bala-
1 and special awards presented
i-iline's Department Store and
lumbus Hotel for community
Cft
The Committee on Ecology and
fication, now in its 13th yi ar,
I siNvir-headcd community im-
tnent which earned Miami
ttional awards in the Cleanest
r wi Contest held in Washington,
:
Project leaders in 1972 will in-
clude Adm. Irvin Stephens, City
lissioner Irwin Christie. Al-
fred Browning Parker. Robert Lit-
tle, Roger Baretto, Biggie Nevins, \
John l'ennekamp, Ben Lee, Jayna
Payak, Mrs. Sally Milledge. Mrs.
Emily McGraner, Don Forl'ar, Dr.
Joe Hall, Verne Johnson. William
Shayne, Lizabeth Maitell. Grady
Ph lps, Ed Parnei:, John Fritz, Mrs.
Tiielma Van Steenberg. Marie En-
terline Verne Johnson and Charles
R. Jacobson.
Adler, became the first chancellor
of the institution in 1951.
Dr. Finkelstein came to the Sem-
inary in 1911. Following his ordi-
nation in 1919, he became rabbi of
Congregation Kehillath Israel, in
New York, and remained in this
pulpit until 1931.
In 1920 he was appointed in-
structor in Talmud at the Semi-
nary, and has served on its faculty
ever since, as lecturer in theology
from 1924-39, associate professor in
1930, and professor of theology
since 1931. His administrative posts
have also included provost (1937-
40) and president (1940-51).
Among his achievements at the
Seminary, are the establishment
of The Institute for Religious and
Social Studies in 1938, one of the
earliest ventures into ecum.M ism
and the exploration on a scholarly
level of intergroup relationships.
and the Conference on Science,
Philosophy and Religion in 194o[
an experiment in the multi-disci-
pline approach to a variety of
problems.
In the Institute for Advanced
Studies in the Humanities, orga-
nized in 1970. Dr. Finkelstein hopes
to develop an academic center for
ethics and other humane studies.
An author and editor of many
scholarly works, Dr. Finkelstein
is |H-rhaps best known as the edi-
tor of "The Jews: Their History.
Culture and Religion," an ency-
clopedic work, originally published j
in 1949. A third revised edition of!
these volumes was published in J
1960, and recently a three-volume I
paperback edition has been issued. '
His work. "The Pharisees: The.
.Sociological Background of Their I
Faith" (1938, revised in 1963) and
his "Akiba Scholar, Saint, Mar-
tyr" (1936) are classics in their
fields, as are several scholarly
publications in Hebrew.
Gersons To Be Recipients
Of Israel's Shalom Award
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Gerson Have been named
to receive the State of Israel Shalom Award at
the annual Beth Sholom-Israel Dinner of State,
MR. and MRS. GARY GtRSON
Sunday. Oct. 24, Dr. Leon Kronish, spiritual
leader of the temple and a national Israel Bond
leader, has announced.
The black tie event, which will be held at
the Fontainebleau Hotel, annually initiates a
scries of dinners sponsored by synagogues and
temples throughout the Greater Miami area on
behalf of Israel Bonds.
Coming to Miami for this occasion will h.
Gen. Mordechai Hod, Commander of the Israel
Air Force, who planned and led the decisiv.
Israel Air strikes that led to swift victory in
the Six-Day War. The General will bestow'th.
State of Israel Sholom Award upon Mr. and
Mrs. Gerson in recognition of their meritorious
service in helping to strengthen Israel's economv
through Israel Bonds,
Mr. Gerson, scion of a family who were early
members of Temple Beth Sholom, was in the first
Bar Mitzvah class of the temple. He and Mrs'
Gerson were married by Rabbi Kronish. In an-
nouncing the selection of Mr. and Mrs. Gerson fo.-
the award. Rabbi Kronish said, "I am particu-
larly pleased that this distinction is being con-
ferred upon a couple who are and have been for
a long time an integral part of the temple family.
Having known Gary since childhood, I have seer.
him develop into a man with profound concern for
his fcllowman and with abiding devotion to the
cause of an Israel reborn. He and Niety have
richly merited this recognition for their unselfish
and zealous service to the temple, communitv
and the State of Israel."
Mr. Gerson is financial secretary of Temple
Beth Sholom, a member of the board of directors
and executive board and a member of the Men's
Club. Mrs. Gerson is active in the Sisterhood
and is a lifetime member of Hadassah. They
are both active on behalf of Technion and many
other Israeli institutions.
A magna cum laude graduate of the Univer-
sity of Florida, where he majored in Business
Administration, Mr. Gerson also received his
Master's degree in Accounting from the Univer-
sity of Florida and presently practices account-
ing, maintaining offices in Miami Beach. He and
Mrs. Gerson are the parents of three daughters.
Pamela, 7, Denise, 5, and Melisse, 3.
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*Jmisl> ncridllan
Friday, October 8, 1971
MIAMI
A V A T SHALOM CONGREOA-
Orthodox
,
A H
TION 996 SW 7th Av.
"'~"*vtt"" Ben Aror-
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor sol Pakowitz Z
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 8960 H. Ken-
dall Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. 3
BETH DAVID. 2628 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipaon 4
Saturday 9 a.m. Bar Mltxvah: Mk-harl.
bod >.f Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Bcnitt.
HTi'liT: Shemlnl Atzeret: Sunday '.
P.M., Monday : am Yizkor Memorial
Service. Monday, Blmchaa Torah
6 p.m. Tuesday 8 a.in., Chlalri n
Torah Processional.
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi H. Rothman S
Saturday !i a.m. BUCOOT: Sunday
6:30 p.m. Monday, n u.m.. 1:10 p.m.
Tuesday : a m.
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BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Oickion 8
Saturday 8:48 am. Subject: "A Day
of Reflection." BUCCOT: Monday
8:46 am, Memorial Bervjce, Subject:
We Honor t>ur Beloved." Tuesday
R:45 am., Suhj.it: 'The Cycle U
Ended"
BETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hinkes 8
BUCCOT: Monday 9 a.m. Bheminl
Atz.-r.-i service; i" m Vltkor -Me-
morial serviee; 7 p.m. SimrliHs Torah.
Torah Shemrnl Ataeret Services.
Monday 10:48 a.m. Sirochas Toran
Bheminl Atzeret Services Yizkor.
BETH TFILAH S5 Euclid Ave, Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Raekov-
ky. _____ 22
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA-
TION, 843 Meridian Avenue. i2-A
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER
Miami. 137 NE f9th Street. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 10
Friday 8:15 p.m. Subject: "A World
done Maid-" SUCCOT: Sunday 7:S0
p.m., the Peasl of Conclusion sorvloes,
.M.nday II am. Subject: "In Death,
Kven As in Life." Memorial prayers.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazin. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
Friday 6:S0 p.m. Saturday 8:4B a.m.,
fi p.m. BUCCOT: Sunday :'> p.m.
Monday Bheminl Atzeret, S:4:> a.m.
Shabrit: 10:15 Vizkor Memorial Serv-
ice: 6:30 p.m. Blmchaa Torah Service
Hakaral Torah Pn.....salonal.
Tuesday 8:46 am Siiahrit : :-:4.". ti 1:1
Hakafat Torah Processional] 6:30
p.m.
OR OLOM (Temple) 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Glixman. 13
Friday 8 p.m. Saturday s::m am Sl'C-
COT: Sunday 8:80 p.m. .Monday 8:30
a.m. Tuesday 8:30 am.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein. 14
Friday B:10 p.m. Sermon: "Is There
Aayiin.it About Law To Rejoice
Aiwiut" i- it Perfect?" Saturday 9
a.m. BUCCOT: -Monday 9 a.m. Sli.m-
inl Atzeret; 10::t0 a.m. Yizkor Berv-
Icsaj h:'M< p.m, Blmchaa Torah, S-r-
mon. '"Blmchaa Torah Celebrated."
Tuesday 9 a.m. Sermon; important
Beginnings"
Rabbi Dew Rozencwaig. 23
Friday 6 p.m. Saturday 9 am. Sl"'-
CtrT; Sunday tl p.m. Monday 9 a.m.
Tuesday 9 a.m.
%----------
EMANUEL (Temple). 1701 Washing-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. 24
Friday << p.m. Kabbolaa Bhabboa Berv-
iee. Saturday 9 a.m. Sl'CCOT: Sun-
day 6:16 p.m Monday. Bheminl At-
zeret. : a.ill ; 10:30 am. Yizkor .Me-
morial Service; 7 p.m. Sinnhas Torah,
llakofos service. Tuesday 9 a.m.
2ION (Temple) 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
servattve. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor Richard S. Browdy. 16
Saturday ;i u.m liar Mitzvah: Adam.
on of Mr. and Mrs Alvln Bubs. BUC-
COT: Monday am. Yizkor; 6:30
p.m. Blmchaa Torah family services.
Tuesday 9 a in
HEBRE" ACADEMY. 2400 Plnetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross 25
Friday 7 p.m. Saturday 9 am. Topic:
All is Vanity." Sl'CCOT: Monday t
am Topic: "BlddiBB Parewell." Tues-
day 9 a.m. Topic: "No Greater Joy
Than The Joy Torah"
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CONG. AN-NELL (Drancn of He-
brew Academy). 7th St. and Merid-
ian Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham
Ben-Hillel. 25-A
JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington
Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H.
Stern. Cantor Meyer Engel. 26
BUCCOT: Sunday 6:30 p.m. Monday.
Shemlnl Ataeret, l":.i a.m. Yizkor.
Sermon: "Our Russian Jewish Breth-
ern." Sinnhas Torah, Hakafoth Serv-
ices.
KNESETH ISRAEL, 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif. 2T
MFNORAH (Temple). 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nlco Feldman. 28
Friday 8 p.m. Saturday 9 am. Bar
Mitzvah: Leonardo Malman, son of
Mr. and Ml Sam Maiman
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NER TAmiu ttempie). 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. 29
SKY LAAE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah t.
Caplan. 3*
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st SL Orthodox.
Rabbi Naftali Porush. 39
coral'gabus
JUDEA (Temple). 5500 Granada BWS
Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper 4*
Friday 8:15 p.m. SUCCOT: Sunday S
p.m. Hakofat Service and Consecra-
tion of new Religious School Kinder-
garten students Monday 11:15 a.m.
Memerlal Service.
EAMORA (Temple) 44 ZamOra'^AvB.'
Conaervative. Rabbi Maxwell Bert-
r. Cantor Mordecai Yardeinl 41
Friday K:lf. p.m. Saturday 8:45 n m.
SUCCOT: Sunday 6:30 p.m., Monday
8:45 a.m.. G:Sn p.m. Tuesday 8:4.'> a.m.
FT. IAUDEBDAU
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 647 E. Oak
land Park Blvd. Rabbi Akiva Bril-
liant. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
EMANUEL. 3245 W. Oakland Park
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur J. Ab-
rams. Cantor Jerome Klement. 43
POMPANO BEACH
SHOLOM (Tan.pie). 132 SE 11th Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. Sko|..
Cantor Ernest Schreiber. 49
SURFSIDE
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION
9293 Harding Ave.. Surfside, Town
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D. Vine.
50
Friday "::!" P.m. Saturday 9 a in BUC-
COT: Sunday S:J0 P-m., Monday
a.m.. 10:45 a.m. Yizkor. Tuesday 8
a.m.
Oh , .1
; ..,...-.* -^ ,rMiyvir:i;.WHiaW ......
We Must Not Lose; Hope
By RABBI SAHTEL Z. JAFPE
< Temple Bettt El, Hollywood
we reflect upon the volatile events,
the upheavals, the unrest and
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonia Dr
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
man. 30
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31
SUCCOT: Monday. Shemini Atzeret.
8:30 a.m. Sermon topic: "A Festival
For ourselves." Tuesday Blmchaa
Torah 8:30 a.m. Sermon topic: "The
Joy Of Simple Things"
CONGREGATION ItTZ CHAIM. 1542-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
Groner. 32
Friday ' Sl'CCOT: Sunday 6:46 p.m. Monday
8:30 a.m., 11 a.m. Tiekor. Tuesday
8:30 a.m.
HAUANDAIE
HALLANOALE JEWISH CENTER 126
NE /St Ave. **
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (Temple). 1361 S. 14th Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. 46
Fridav 8:18 p.m. Topic: "What Suk-
kos Teaches Is." Saturday 11 a.m..
liar Mitzvah: Joel, son of Mrs. Ann
U Kurnsline and Mr. Kenneth <.
Hurnstine BUCCOT: Sunday 7:30
p.m., Blmchaa Torah Family Service
Monday 11 a.m. Yizkor Manorial
Prayers,
BETH SHALOM (Temple). 1728 Mon-
roe St. Conaervative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Irvinq Gold. 4*
Friday 6:30 p.m. Saturday a.m. Bar
MiUvah: Fred, son of Mr. and Mrs
Malcolm Schindler. SUCCOT: Sunday.
8:18 a.m. Hoshanah Rabbah Morning
service, 7 p.m. Monday. 9 a m Shem-
lnl Ataeret; 10:30 a.m. Vlskor; 8:30
D.m. Slmchal Torah evening service.
Torah Procession. Tuesday 9 a.m.
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TEMPLE SOLEL (Liberal) Services
every other week, starting Sept. 10,
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
n
Judaism, in the face of all the
vicissitudes of history, even when
dark" shadbtvs- ttM-Vff*-^-'^
Ours is a world in turmoil. When WOrld, has always projected a
life-idealism and a hopeful out-
look. Therefore, as a people svlv.io!-
ed in crises, it's incumbent upon
us to hold our ground, to seek (he
light amidst the darkness, to un-
cover the radiant sun behind the
ominous clouds, and to expand the
horizons of human dignity and
truth. We have survived because
we have not lost the h
building a better society aid of
witnessing a new dawn.
HIAIEAH
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E-
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na-
than Zolondek. 15
Fraiav st". 0-in. Bermon: "Clouda of
Glory." Baturday 9:30 a.m Sl'CCOT:
Sunday 7 p.m. Monday, Bheminl At-
ai i si 9 10 a ui .-.. i mon. "The Brlde-
T......i Of The Torah." 11 a m. Visitor
services; 7 p.m. Blmchas Torah Berv-
li Tueada) Sinn has Torah,
a.m., 7 p.m.
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13600 W Dixie Hv. Conservative
Rabbi Joseph Gn-finkel, Cantor Ben
Zion f Vschenbaum. ^5
lay 8:15 p.m (In Balmoral Hotel),
.- >.....The Oi St'P-
' >T; lond ly 11 a.m., Mi mortal
i s. mon: 'it .. S' on for
ng 7 i> i.i s I Torah
MIAM-. BEACH
AG'.IDATH ISRAEL, 7801 Carlyle Av-
Ortliodox. 17
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER, 1720 70th Street Cause-
way, North Bay Village. Conserva-
tive. Rabbi Philip Fried. Cantor
Car" Bender. 32-A
Fridav 8 p.m. Sermon: "Time to
Think and Thank Saturday (Shab-
baa fhol Ha MoedJ 9 a.m. Sunday
Ho Sha nah Ha Hah" Id am : II
a in dedication of Bchoenbergref Me-
morial Tahlets. SI'C'CrfT: Sunday ti:30
p.m. .Monday Shemini Atlerct. 9 n m.,
10:3(1 a m Yfikor. Sermon: "The Se-
cret of the Tomb." 7 ,|i.m. Blmchas
Torah XlKht, lies'lnnina with "HA-
KA8-FOS." Tuesday Blmchas Torah
Day, with "Kol Hun a rim"
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (Temple). 1025
NE Miami Gardens Dr. Conserva-
tive. Rabbi Milton Schlinsky. Can-
tor Nathaniel Schub. 33
MARGATE
MARGATE JEWISH CENTEK.
NW 9th St.
610'
strife which
rock our society,
and the crazy-
luilt pattern of
"ife in general,
it's easy to fall
into the vortex
of desiair and
cynicism.
The prevalent
mood is not one
if optimism and
hopet illness. Our
Rabbi iaffe whole lifestyle is
indicative of the
moral climate of the times. What
many are saying, and more im-
portantly acting-OUt, Is that the
vicious cycle will remain unbroken.
Nothing will change, that is, for
the bettor.
Whatever progress is made, is
but an illusion, at best, transitory.
Mankind will continue to nr.ike
the same mistakes, repeat the
same errors, fall into the same
pitfalls. It was in this vein that
Koheleth. whose philosophy of pes-
simism is read this Sabbath, ex-
claimed: "Vanity of vanities, all is
vanity."
To deny the reality of evil in
society the persistent inequities,
the violence and blood-letting, and
ilif escalating crime rate, not only
would be gross naivete, but a
i turning from the truth. At the
same time, were we to )>ermit
such a world mood of futility to
dominate our hearts, our moral
fiber would be shattered and we
would become tragically dehum-
anized, devoid of feeling, initiative
and creativity.
Hillel has taught us: "In the
place where there are no mi n,
strive thou to be a man." The
prime duty of the Jew is to try.
to bea "Menach" a resp
human being, mature in judgment
and action, who cm face up to
life's challenges and crises, and,
Hke Jacob of old. prevail. To tall
prey to di-ieatism is the greatest
immorality.
It is in this s;ii:it and tor this
reason that the architects of our
faith added the life-affirming ite
io Koheleth, "The end of the
tor, all having b en heard
God at; 1 k< ap His m
for this is the whoh man."
This page is prepared in
cooperation with the Greater
Miami Rabbinical Association.
Coordinator of the features
appearing here is
RABBI MAXWELL BERGER
Spiritual Leader of
Temale Zamora
Coral Gables
a4L
\
sop
BETH TORAH. NE 164th St. at 11tr
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 34
Saturday 8:80 a.m. Bar Hltavah:
son of Mr and Mrs. Arthur
:: ihi Id, son of Dr. and Mrs
rd Tenzel. BTTCCOT: Bimday,
HoHhanah Rabbah, a m. Monday,
Ataeret, t:S0 :i m Tiekor at
-i", b m ; 7 n.m. Blmchas Torah
t). Tuesday, Blmchaa Torah,
i m.
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox I B'NAI RAPHAEl <401 NW 183rd St
Rabbi B-rel We. \ 18 Conservative. Rahhi Charles Rubel
Cantor Jack Lerner. 36
BETH JACOR 3ni Wanhinqton Ave.
Orthodox Tahbi Shmirval'g T. Swir.
sky. Car,-- Maurice Mamches. 19
BETH RAPHAEL (Temnle). 1545
Jefferson Av. Conservative. Rabbi
David Riab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
BETH SHCLOM ( Templel. 4141
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantvr David Conviser. 21
Friday 6:18 n m B^rnton b>nlc:
"Spraad Thy Bnkknh Of Shalom Over
Jemsalem." Baturday i":4". m.
BTTCOOT: Sunday 7:16 p.m Blnohaa
stii-iiT; Bunday 1 p.m Monday,
1. : a in.; 10:15 n m.
7 ]i m. Tuesday, Blmchaa
9 B in.. 7 p.m.
SINAI (Temnle) o- NORTH DADE
18801 NE '.'7nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor Irvinq
Shulkea. 37
Prlday B:ll i>.m Baturday 10:86 a.m
liar Mltsvah: Glenn Bmaer sfi'fuT;
Bunday 7:80 p.m Bheminl Ataeret!
Blmchaa Torah, Monday 10:30 a.m.
Shemlnl Ataeret Blmchas Torah
v iili Vizkor.
. I BJ

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Oct. 10 Ch. 10, 9 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
Oct. 10 Ch. 7, 10 a.m. Tho Still Small Voice
Topic: "Simchat Torah"
Host: Rabbi Ralph P. Kingsley,
Temple Sinai, North Dade
Gttests: Arnold Feiner, Samuel Abramson and
Gary Shapiro
By RABBI SAMUEL .?. FOX
Why is the B:>oi or EoclealMtoa
read during the Buoootn holiday?
Tho Book of Ecclesjastes h road
on tho Succoth holiday, accord-
ing to some, so as to temper the
feeling of the farmer who
ilsi harvested his crops with ;i
sombre feeling of reality. The Suc-
coth festival is one which 1< ads to
great merriment, especially in
olden times when the crops were
all harvested and tho concern over
possible crop failure was dissipated.
The Bcok of Ecclesiastes which
speaks of many things in life as
being a matter of vanity, makes
one realize that material gain is
not always the greatest blessing.
Some claim that this book is read
because of the identity of its au-
thor, King Solomon.
It was the practice of the King
to assemble the people on the Suc-
coth Festival to hear the words of
the Torah in a special ceremony
called "Hakhel" which means "as-
sembly1* and comes from the same
root as the word "Koheleth" which
is the name in Hebrew for the Book
S of Ecclesiastes. King Solomon is
| said to have been referred to by
\ this name because he held such
a* 1 "assemblies."
Extended Program
For Pre Schoolers
Announced By T
An extended program for pre-
schoolers has been added to tho
YM-YWHA of Greater Miami's
nursery and kindergarten school
beginning this week.
Extended activities will lie con-
ducted Monday, Wednesdays and
Chursdays from 12 noan to 2:30
p.m. Children may be enrolled In
either a two or three day a week
program covering a full range of
activities including Jewish culture,
fun with music, story time, physi-
cal education and games,
This additional service is open
to participants In the nursery and
kindi rgai' an and t i 'Y'
r families who may have
children of pre-school age. Foi
full details and i n call
Mrs. Ted Weinstoek at the Cen-
tral -Y.' 8500 SW 8th St.
A "Meet the People" of tho little
people was in be held at the YM-
YWHA Thursday, at 7:45 p.m.
where parents of participants of
the 'Y's early childhood develop-
ment program will get to know
each other and learn about tho
roles and goals of the Tf for the
voting child. A limited amount of
mace is still available for chili n
from the ages of 3'i to 6.
The YMHAs nursery and kin-
iergarten school is licensed by the
Florida State Welfare Board ant!
s a beneficiary agency of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
uid the United Fund of Dade
County.
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cepl for the outskirts of the city.
FOR close to three years,
King Hussein had made repeated
attempts to reach an under-
standing with Yassir El Arafal
and his- fellow, lc.lers. Partly, j
this was because the king was
quite as interested as Yassir in
a national movement against
Israel. Partly, it was because the
king was loath to start a fight |
among Arabs. Ami partly, one
may be sure, it was because
king did not wish to mo\e until
his army was absolutely united.
The arrogance and rapacity
of the Fedayeen w re th fac-
tors that united the Jprd
army. Yassir and the Other lead- ,
K] led the king to f
: i Ion when the battle for]
Amman began. !> the Fedayeen
iten, han l- down.
TllKY WERE r n
.
of other strut -' An Oiey I
now been xpolled from ,
Ian.
In the m
cli ir th .* tii F
i
r thai
icket. Th
plcnt ui Arab 1
But '
v
(y ;- i e ; kind ol
itlon rai
dies from vai
all the way to levies u
man shops.
THE TaWUOUS but
authority of Ya-sir El At
fact, app ars t i derive from ae
hiphly practical control t "' "*
exercises over the main banK
accounts. At bast, moreowr, tw
contributors to tiic.st^ bank *!
counts never l:','|1'
money than once-a-month raids
across the Israeli border "y
parties of ilMraiijed b-v< ''
were invariably pieled up hj ""'
Israeli border guards.
So the question is which mat-
ters most, rhetoric or r
For the suppression of tl Feds-
yeen bv King Hussein h >"'
causing the most bitter re|>"rru*>-
siona throuehoui the Arab wo"*
movemeD1
f the
thai
Yet the Fedwyeen
never at any time did any
things for the Arah cause "'-
were claimetl by Yassir El Ara"
and the others Uke him.


iocy,
October 8, 1971
* Jewish Fhridiari
Pag 11-A
South Pacific Journey
imi UH6 '-
By I. I. FISHBEIN
Having traveled throughout five continents encompassing
gome 85 countries over a period of 25 summers, in search of that
non thread that binds all earthlings together, there are few
.;, its left lor us to cover. For despite the current thaw, China is
Btiil unwilling to issue the ordinary American a visa, and the Arab
countries and the Middle East presents some special problems
i an outsiwken Jewish editor; therefore, Australia and the
South Pacific became the natural target for this summer's
, \ ....ration.
Because travel for my artist wife and myself long ago be-
morc than mere sight-seeing and relaxation, and has be*
. instead a serious attempt to understand what makes the
country we are visiting tick its people, their politics, social
and cultural development we begin planning months in ad-
\ ince. This includes much reading of source material, plus lit-
erally picking the brains of everyone we know who has actually
visited the area through someone else's point of view may not
>s prove relevant.
Experience has taught US that no two people see foreign
travel alike. What is important to one can be meaningless to
ther. We, for example, have never taken a trip without
switching planes, hotels and ground plans enroute as the situa-
tion demanded and our own tastes dictated. Even the most care-
> thought out itinerary, months in preparation, often proves
Jikable.
There is one other general observation worth noting.
Very lrcquently someone will say: "What good is your
1? You can't really understand a country until you live
re. What can you learn in a few weeks?"
This is only partly true.
Certainly, the longer one stays in a place, the more they
- mid discover about it. But all of us have known people who
have lived for months in an area and yet never get to know
i.'.- Inhabitants.
Time alone is not the only consideration. We ourselves have
found that by doing our homework well in advance of a trip, es-
t iMLshing contacts especially amongst the Jewish community so
they are aware of our coming, keeping our eyes and ears open,
r nding the native press daily, listening to the radio, visiting
artists and cultural leaders, and by questioning waiters, cab
drivers, and ordinary people we meet, one can get a pretty good
idea of what the country Is like. It is an educational experience
that cannot possibly be achieved in any other way. There is no
substitute for it granted of course, that one approaches the
v. :,ture with an open mind and in a spirit of friendship.
In this connection, it is interesting to know that a recent
lUPvey showed that Jews are traveling abroad at a rate five
times greater than any other group. We have that yen to learn.
Last year, while flying from Singapore to Bali, we had
occasion for the first time to fly on a Qantas jet Australia's
"round the world airline." Whether because it occurred during
an unearthly hour in the morning 1 a.m. or the fact that
v.. were worn out by a month-long trip that had covered 24 dif-
ferent flights, we were, nevertheless, so impressed with the com-
fort of the plane and the truly extraordinary service we received
that we decided to select Qantas for this year's trip to Fiji. New
Zealand, Australia and New Guinea.
As events turned out. we could not have made a better
choice. The flight from Mexico City to the Fiji Islands, includ-
ing a brief stopover to refuel in Tahiti, takes about 12 hours.
Normally, this would exhaust the most hardy traveler. We had,
in fact, scheduled ourselves to rest a day at the hotel near the
port in Nandi, Fiji to recuperate before beginning our tour of
the island.
However, thanks to the very smooth flight, the unusual effort
made by the entire cabin crew to make us comfortable, and the
gourmet meals that played havoc with our diet but were tem-
ptingly delicious, the time passed so quickly and pleasantly that
we Stepped off the plane more refreshed than when we had left
home.
Without a moment's hesitation, we decided to cancel our
hotel reservation, quickly cleared customs and immigration and
already under the spell of the tropical air of this sunny island.
W :,- off on the first leg of what was to prove one of the most
exciting and memorable experiences of our lifetime.
We will begin to detail this in words and pictures starting
with next week's issue.
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Histadrut Council
Schedules Annual
Reception Oct. 17
The annual meeting and brunch
of the Histadrut Council is slated
for Sunday morning, Oct. 17, at
Uie'Fontaincbleau Hotel, accord*
ing to Rabbi Leon Kronish. honor-
ary chairman.
"The pas) year has been the most
successful in the history of Hista-
drut activities in this area," Ed-
ward Tumarolf, executive director,
reported.
"Council activities included the
regular Histadrut campaign funds
for its million dollar project for
the South Florida Medical Center
in Beersheba. Israel. The complex
was dedicated thus year by Rabbi
and Mrs. Kronish with Stephen P. I
Clark. Mayor of Dade County, I
present," he added.
'The complex will include 15
major departments with over 120
rooms, and will help to service
the Negev as part of the Kupat
Holim network of Israel's major
medical service," Mr. Tumaroff
continued.
"Otther projects include the Is-
rael Histadrut Foundation, which
enables thousands of Jews to pro-
vide for Israel's future needs
through annuities and bequests,
and the Histadrut Tours, which
has seen hundreds of Floridians
visiting Israel during the past year.
"A special emissary from Israel
will report to the Council on the
requirements of the Histadrut and
also give an analysis of the current
political activities on the interna-
tional scene. A new program to in-
clude the American Histadrut Cul-
tural Exchange Committee will be
prepared together with the pro-
jected program for the current
year." Mr. Tumaroff concluded.
Sam Feinstein is chairman of
the board and Morris Newmark is
treasurer. Reservations for the ban-
quet may be made at the Histadrut
office.
United Fund Volunteers
Intensifying Campaign
With nearly half of this year's
goal of $6,148,000 on hand, hun-
dreds of volunteer workers for the
United Fund of Dade County are
intensifying the 1971 campaign.
General chairman Robert H. Fite
said the drive already has collected
the highest amount of pledges ever
reported at this stage of the cam-
paign. But he also stressed in-
creased needs for 44 existing agen-
cies and those of two agencies add-
ed this year, the Big Brothers of
Greater Miami and the Comprehen-
sive Health Planning Council of
South Florida.
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Friday. October 8, 197,
This Week In History...
40 Years Ag This Week: 181
I In its flrfcfconcession to Jewish
religlaUa^tradiiSwns, the Soviet gov.
ernmerit allowed Moscow Jews to
"Srnport duty-frec'&ufdy fSr'VurlpYaf.
processions.
Mahatma Gandhi said: "Zionism
in its spiritual sense is a lofty as-
piration, but Zionism meaning the
reoccupation of Palestine has no
attraction for me Real Zionism
. lies in one's heart. ."
Professor Joseph Redlich, Fi-
nance Minister of Austria, quit be-
ise of attacks on his conversion
to Judaism.
The Berlin police banned open-
air Nazi meetings for six months.
A former Russian officer got the
th penalty for killing one Jew
and seriously wounding another
because their speaking Yiddish
irritated him.
New York City's Jewish pallia-
tion wah 1.875,521, up 623.386 in
21 years.
A Nazi leader in Dresden de-
clared: "Our taking over the gov-
ernment will signify the end of
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NATIONAL PHARMACY WEEK
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Respect
Medicines
National Pharmacy Week
this week and every week...
your pharmacist works for better
community health
National Pharmacy Week once again highlights the depend-
ence of tens of millions Americans on their local pharmacists.
The principles of pharmacy require the druggist to follow
several cardinal rules:
To make every effort to serve the welfare of the public.
To think first of the health and wellbeing of the persons
to whom he dispenses medicines.
Never to deviate from absolute integrity in the practice of
pharmacy and in relations with customers.
To recognize the obligation never to divulge confidential
professional information.
To hold fast to the ideals cf pharmacy.
The National Association of Retail Druggists, headquartered
in Chicago, pinpoints the words qualified and reliable in de-
scribing its members.
Services of the pharmacist are regulated by the State of
Florida, and new members of the fast-growing profession must
be graduates of recognized colleges of pharmacy. In addition,
they must pass rigid examinctions including the same tests
on the sciences which are given to doctors, dentists and other
medical professionals.
The rapid development of medicine and medical research
has resulted in the introduction of thousands of new drugs. Long
hours of study are required for today's pharmacist to keep pace
with the new medicines, and on changes in older drugs.
Pharmacists are on a constant alert to insure that patients
do not take different drugs at the same times which can have a
dangerous result because of their combination use. They main-
tain files on family usage of drugs, and should be informed of
all medicines each member of the family uses.
Even the use of medicines which can be purchased without
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cian or pharmacist.
Labelb are of great importance. Most pharmacists urge
reading of labels on drugs three times before removing
medicine from the container, again when you have taken the
medicine out of the container and a third time after you have
taken the medicine. Never change the size or frequency of the
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fJewisti FtoridHain
Friday, October 8, 1971
DATELM JERUSALEM By Eliahu Solpeter
Israel Ready To Make Concessions
^ >!>)> u nn difference in
(Copyright Wll, JfWlsh TeU-nrnplilc Agency)
X SOME WESTERN chanceries in Israel, and
' po.-sibiy In some Western capitals, too, there is a
somewhat cynical assumption that the continuation
I of th." present cease-fire with
I'M-W^t'ls' rnf/t to1 cttrfrhnW,,to "8?
more "flexible" Israel stand which,
supposedly, should bring Middle
East peace nearer. The argument
is that if there were daily losses
of soldiers and airplanes along the
Sue/ Canal, the Israeli govern-
ment would have a convincing
argument for itself and for the
public for making substantial concessions.
This view, however, is wrong politically. Egypt
agreed to the American sponsored cease-fire not
because of some Israeli retreat or concession. On
the contrary. Carlo accepted the cease-fire after its
declared "war of attrition" ended in yet another
massive, if jjerhaps less spectacular defeat. And, it
now appears, the argument is wrong psychologically,
also.
A newly published comparison of public opin-
ion polls of" recent years by the Israel Institute of
Applied Social Research, affiliated with the Hebrew
University, clearly indicates that people did not
worry much more (luring the "war of attrition"
than they have since the cease-fire went into effect.
Nor does there appear to be any substantial differ-
ence in other relevant indicators between the year
before and the year after the cease-fire.
Moreover and this is possibly the most in-
terceslng fact these mm to be no direct rela-
tionship between evaluation of the chances of peace
with the Arabs and the readiness to make territorial
concessions to the Arabs. Only 3* are certain that
the Arabs are ready for i)cacc with Israel, while
26'i think that "maybe" they are. But a full 70,*
think that the Arabs are not yet ready to make
peace with Israel. These figures differ only slightly
Capital Spotlight:
By JOSEPH P0LAK0FF
from the respective percentages of the answers given
in the summer of 1970, during the culmination of the
"war of attrition."
By CARL ALPERT
A Right-Winger Speaks
AI.KAIMXii FKil'Rl". IX right wing Israeli politics. Zvi
Zimmerman, does not fear that greatly expanded im-
migration of Soviet Jews will alter Israel's political com-
plexion towards Communism. He sees Israel and the
United States as having a common problem in fusing the
varied races and cultures within their borders.
1 from Ptng a "hawk," the Deputy Speaker of the
Knesset regards himself and other Israeli politicians as
doves" who seek a reasonable compromise and peace for
all peoples; th" "hawks" in the Middle East are among
the Arab le.idcts. he says.
Mr. Zimmerman, a top man in the Gahal Party which
is in opposition to the Golda Meir government, expressed
these views to the Jewish Telegraphic Agency during a
two-day stop last month in Washington. He is on a
month's visit to the United States, partly on "family
business" and particularly to travel extensively through-
out the United States mainly "to see and hear" what non-
Jewish and Jewish Americans think of Israel and its
problems.
A lawyer by profession, Mr. Zimmerman expressed his
views in concise terms with positive accents. Born in
Poland, he was seized by the Nazis early in World War II
but he escaped from a concentration camp in 1943 and
joined the Polish resistance movement. Later he partici-
pated in the underground in Hungary and Rumania from
where, he said, he made his way to Israel in the summer
of 1941. Politically. I'm a liberal in social matters and
a hud-liner on foreign policy," he said.
Mr. Zimmerman is confident thai Soviet Jewish emi-
gration to Israel will increase. "No power can stop the
Jewish people who want to go home except by physical
destruction," he said. 'This yearning to return home to
Israel can't be explained in biological terms or political,
economic or social ways. This is our faith. The Russians
don't want to use the Nazi ways and they won't use them."
I can't say what will be the intention of Russia to
allow large Jewish emigration to Israel. Russian influence
in Israel by immigration is already important. A large
part of our jwpulation is of Russian origin. There could
be some intellectual influence but we would welcome
that. We're a free society and they would enrich our
range of intellectual reactions. It would be good. We're
not afraid of ideological penetration of Communism be-
cause we know it too well, not only by propaganda but
how it works. A majority of the Israeli people come from
Eastern Europe. They didn't want to live in the Com-
munist regions. Those who wanted to be Communists
remained there," he declared.
Israel Newsletter
Things You Never |
Knew About Israel
IF YOU THINK THAT a Government Yearbook
makes dull, stuffy, stodgy reading, you have
never picked up a copy of the Israel Government
Yearbook. Published in Hebrew and English ver-
sions, it is a mine of useful and interesting and
at times startling information about Israel.
For example, I have gleaned the following from
a Quick riffling through the pages.
In the last year reported, the Israeli police
dealt with more than a million complaints and inci-
dents, of which 12,284 were traffic accidents and ".
2,998 were fires. The police recorded during that
year, 35.687 articles found, but only 30,301 reports
\ of articles lost!
The following report stretches the imagination
a bit: There were 8.102 patients in the 6,884 beds
in the various psychiatric hospitals of the country.
That is overcrowding.
Did you know that the Chief Rabbis are legally
competent to permit the taking of a second wife in
certain exceptional circumstances? Twenty-six such
cases were approved last year.
Israeli radio beams short-wave broadcasts over-
! seas in English, Hungarian, Yiddish, Ladino, Arabic,
Persian, French, Rumanian, Russian and easy
Hebrew.
Groups of boys come to the Tel Mond jail from
time to time to take part in competitive sports and
social gatherings with the inmates.
A special art gallery has been opened in Tel
Aviv to display the works of men and women in the
Army.
Jews who have come to Israel since 1948 from
Iraq, Syria, Egypt and Yemen have registered prop-
erty and other claims against those governments,
for losses which they sustained there, in an amount
exceeding half a billion dollars.
The World Rible Quiz for Jewish youth held
each year in Jerusalem on Independence Day is
organized and sponsored by the Ministry of
Defense!
The United States contributed the most films
(165) to the showing in Israel's movie houses last
year, followed by Italy <78), Egypt (57i, France
(34), Britain (30), India (23>, Germany (20).
Greece (19). Turkey (11), Israel (10). with lesser
numbers from Denmark, Iran, Sweden, Lebanon,
Japan, Yugoslavia, Czechoslovakia, Rumania, Hun-
gary. Canada, Switzerland and Syria.
Other things you never knew about Israel:
48.8'; of road accidents were attributable to "driv-
ers' temperament." The Israel Government sutv
sidi/es the growing of tobacco, while public bodies
spend large amounts to combat smoking. Israel
last year exported to Britain 3,500 queens and 145
swarms of bees. One third of all outgoing mail
goes to the United States.
A strange and fascinating country, Israel.
] ..-.. .
There is no difference in the public's readin ss
to give up East Jerusalem, while on the issues Of
Shnrm el-Sheikh and the Golan Heights the changes
. run in opp site directions. On the other hand, there
is -:n iMfrt-esflng fteveiopjfte.irtM>tt#J^P* toward ...
th'e West Bank. A year ago some 2B'-5 wen- ivady
to give up all of it. while now only 10'. Share that
attitude. On the other hand, last year 52'. said that
no concessions whatsoever should be made over the
West Bank, while now only 31'/I have a totally nega-
tive attitude. In other words, the proportion of those
who are willing to make partial concessions to Jor-
dan, in exchange for a peace settlement has grown
from 22'. to 5S'/r.
There are two other significant changes in
public attitudes since the cease-fire went into effect.
There is an increase in the public's readiness to
make economic and other material sacrifices than
there was at the height of the "war of attrition"
which runs counter to the widely held assumption
that lessening of tensions and of dangers along the
borders brings an increase in the public's egoism.
And there is a great increase in the dissatisfaction
over the behavior and efficiency of public officials.
Apparently, people aro rcad>' to a^P1 *"**?%'_
Cratic behavior during wartime but demand public
ervtoe from public servants when the
diminishes.
Our Film Folk By HERBERT G. LUFT
Dustin Plays Georgie
(Copyright IWli J>wi8h Tatoffraphla Agency, Inc.)
|X HIS Cl'RRKXT FILM with the oddly winding title
of "Who is Harry Kellerman and Why Is He Saying
Those Terrible Things About Me?." Dustin Hoffman por-
trays a guitar-stringing rock-'n-roll mu-
sician who is making a fotune compos-
ing for the recording market and the
Bight club stage. The character of Ged
gic Saloway is in a perpetual state <| i
shock about his unbelievable success in
the entertainment industry and about
his failure to communicate in his private
life with his fellow men. especially with
girls thereby attributing hostilities to
a "good" friend who seemingly smears him about town.
But everything is just in his mind and it turns out that
Georgie himself is Kellerman, probing self-critical into l
lLs subconscioasness; more profoundly than his psychiatrist
whom he has been seeing regularly without any results
Dustin Hoffman, who earlier wanted to be a jazz pian-
ist, was a complete unknown in the cinema a mere foui
years ago; fame and fortune came so unexpectedly fast
to him and remained so unreal, that he saw the need for
a head-shrinker to explain himself and find his equilibrium.
There is a slight difference between the actor and the
character he portrays in "Harry Kellerman," though -
Hoifman is happily married and has two children.
Dustin appears to everyone as a product of Sew
York City. However, he was born in Los Angeles and
studied acting at the Pasadena Playhouse.
Book Review By SEYMOUR B. LIEBMAN
Books To Know About
A SUCCESSFUL INDUSTRIALIST. Ira Hirsch-
man who served as a diplomatic trouble-shooter
for F.D.R. and bought stranded Jewish children in
Istanbul from Turkish pirates at
$300 per head, has since been
called upon to do "spot jobs" for
our State Department. His Bad
Star Over Bethlehem (Simon &
Schuster, $5.95) repeats the theme
of Countdown in the Holy Land"
which also indicates the existence
of the Russian menace in the Mid-
dle East and the failure of our gov-
ernment to tanc appropriate steps to help Israel to
protect itself.
The author describes his mission to discuss the
possibility of peace with Nasser, and Nasser's
megalomania. He also reveals several events which
were never disclosed by Washington. While the
Pentagon and other departments were trying to
brainwash Americans about the unity of Arab Mos-
lems and their devotion to Islam and the threat of
a "Jihad," or holy war, the April 1967 issue of the
Syrian army journal carried an atheistic article
"ridiculing Islam and the Prophet Mohammed." We
still support Jordan with economic and military aid
although in 1970, Jordanians assassinated our mili-
tary attache and rai>cd two American women in
Amman, he reports,
ft ft
The Xa/.i and the Iiarb>r by Edgar HiLscnrath
(DouMeday & Co., $6.951 is the tale of a German
born in 1907, who became a Nazi mass murderer
and then escaped detection after the war by assum-
ing the name of a Jewish boyhood friend. It is
fantastic story of how he came to Palestine, estab-
lished himsell as a Jew and a hero, after a slow
beginning, moves at a rapid and suspenseful paoe.
There is at times a Germanic morbidity, howevei
iwrhaps due to the author's German origin.
ft
A-
Books alxmt Yiddish continue to mount as i
mighty stream. The latest is The Power of YiddKh
Thinking by Martin Marcus, an advertising execu-
tive who makes some pungent comments and has
.idowed his book with a few humorous monente.
As an example of the "Yiddish Putdown" and Yid-
dish thinking, he reports the comment of the father
whose son has just completed medical school: "Con-
gratulations. So now tell me what is the cure for
cancer?"


Iriday, October 8. 1971
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LEGAL NOTKI
LEGAL NOTICE
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NOTICE OF ACTION
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EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
fFLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
71-18334
Petition for dissolution
of marriage
\y THE JIAIIK1ACKOP
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humi and
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'l notined that a Petition for
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'copy of your Answer or
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r.d file the original
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of in.- Circuit Court on or
-i day of November, 1971.
ku fail 10 Jo so. Judgment by de-
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. in the Petition.
[ice shall be published once
It for four consecutive Weeks
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I "l only Florid*
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Renuty Cl rk
. ,li
F \c
loner
17-?4 10 1-S
FICE UNDER
IQUS NAME LAW
i-: HEREBY arV'EN that
desiring to engage
nder the fictitious name
l" MIAMI at 655 N W.
Miami, Florida Intends
I nnme with the Clerk
Url of Hade County.
' OCS DIAMOND'S, INC.
rro, ,ir President
* SlliKIN, P a.
Apnl ant
i tleral Hide.
:: !131
9/17-21 in 1-3
NOTICE OF ACTION
^TRUCTIVE SERVICE
'NO PROPERTY)
.CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
iNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
'-ORiDA. IN AND FOR
UADE COUNTY.
n/CTION NO- 71.17035
riON FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
" CARDOZA,
ii
" E CARDOZA,
I NE CARDOZA
B Do ..,,,.), \V.,V
Massachusetts
A 'K HEREBY NOTIFIED
for Dissolution of Mar-
, led against you and
I led court on or l fon
i otherwise a default
I against you for the
' ''' In the complaint or
fl be nubllshed once
I '.....ntlve weeks
L FLORTJNAN.
I ind -m.I it,e seal of
iml, F>orir1a on this
.her. V171
1 '' \TM'-l,M \\-
lYta1 .','' Clrcull Court
F* -Ida
' H\ I RNT8EDBN
' '"V Clerk
Sen II
.' '' !'"\VKF,r.
rM| Pr,-,^
[ ,:."|,v.'":,,rl,, (MM
* "" Petitioner
"'17-24 lO'l-
NOTICE UNDER
___FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
JACQUELINE INTERIORS si M'o
Pine Had, North Miami. Florida In-
tends to register said name with the
(lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
U...D- "^"EIJXE KROLL
HERMAN comm
Attorney for Applicant.
Congress hulldlng, Miami. Fla.
_,______ 9/24 10/1-8-13
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
NO. 71-17718
, NOTICE OF SUIT
I'n HE: The marriage of
LOUIS C PA.VBPINTO. JK ,
Husband,
and
ANGELA PANEPINTO
Wife.
TO ANGELA PANEPINTO
3 Immel Street
Rochester, New York
You ate notified that a Puitlon for
Dissolution of Marriage has been
filed against you and vou are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Answer
Of Pleading to the Petition on the
Husband's attorney, HENRY NOR-
TON, 1408 lilscayne Bulldrng, Miami.
Florida 3313ft, nnd file the original
Answer or Pleading in the tiff ice of
the 1 lerk of the above Court, on or
before Oot. 29. 1971 II you fail to do
so Judgment by Default will be
taken against you fr t|,e relief de-
manded in the Petition.
DONE ami ORDBKBD this Sept
B I!. I.KATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
I "a il.- Count v. Florida
By: H M. KlflSEE
. Oeputy Clerk
(Circuit Court beall
9'24 in'1-8-15
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
mmm FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
the ,IrtClE 'S HKRKI,Y GIVEN that
ttic undersigned, desiring to engage
of i?rm/?!.uS.de.^-SS '''-"""us name
7K7 Ij Jv "^ WOOI1CKAKTERS at
J2tf*?i" n?Kf", ,ne <"-iginal with
said name with the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida
ANTONIO ESPEJO
DENNIS RODRIGI-EZ
___________^___ 9/17-24 10/1-8
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 69-6377
(Judge DuVall
NOTICL OF SUIT FOR
ORDER OF CONTEMPT AND
FINAL JUDGMENT
DIVA LOPES \\ RIQHT,
miff
vs.
D*NM 1 BE WRiaHT,
I Ii i. ndanl
TO: UANNV LEE WRIGHT
Route 4, ilox ''7li
I ii Funlak Springs, Florida
VOC. DANNY LEE WRIGHT, are
hereby notified thai a Motion for
oriler of Contempt and Final Judg-
ment has been Hied against you, and
you are required to serve a copy of
your Answer or Pleading to the Mo-
tion for Order of Contempt and Final
Judgment on the Plaintiff's Attorney,
RONALD I.. DAVIS, ESQ., P.A. 4i7
Hlscayne Building, If \V. Flaglei
Street. Miami, Florida 83ISO Phone.
.179-2S51, and file the original An-
swer or Pleading in the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the 27lh day of O.t.
1H71 If you fail to do .so. Judgment
by default will be taken against you
for the relief demanded in the Motion
for ird.r of Contempt and Final Judg-
ment.
THIS NOTICE shall be published
once each week for four consecutive
we.ks in THK JEWISH Fl.oRIIHAN.
IX INF. AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florid-,, this 82nd dnv of Sent., 1871.
K B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Clrcull Court
Dade County, Florida
By: It. M KtHSEE
Deputy Clerk
(Clrcull Court .-.call
1 24 in l-8-ir,
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:
The Marriage of:
Wll l IAM ItoltERT II CPU"l iltTH
and SUZANNE MAltlE II KI'WORTH,
TO; SUZANNE MARIE HEPWORTH
HO Sunset 1 (rive
Glen Burnle, Maryland
You. SUZANNE MARIE HEP-
WORTH, are hereby notified that a
I'.lll of complaint for Divorce has be.-n
filed against you. and you are re-
quired to serve a copy Of your An-
swer or Pleading to the lllll of Com-
plaint on the Plaintiffs attorney
1 AW OFFICES OP ROBERT II
BURNS, 850 Lincoln ltd.. Miami
Reach, Fla and file Ihe original An-
swer or Pleading In the office of the
Clerk of th>- Clrcull Court on or
before Hie inth day of October. 1971.
If you fall to do so. Judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you for
*he relief demanded in the Pill of
Complaint.
This notice shall be published nine
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FIOPIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, ihis II day of September A.r>
1971.
K 1: I BATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court. I)oi.. ,.......v. Florida
By: I-. 8NEBDBN
Demit v Clerk
(Circuit Court Senll
HOHKRT H BURNS
"-" 1 Inenln nil
,,!mi Reach, Fla.
M1-I24I
Attorney for Plaintiff
9M7-24 10/1-8
, _. NOTICE OF ACTION
bi tJLSiSfU,T CURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NO. 71-17867
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
, OF MARRIAGE
In HE: The Marriage of
THOMAS II. WELSH, husband.
and MARY WELSH, Wife
K>: THOMAS II. WELSH
Residence: I'nknown
YttB, THOMAS II. WELSH, arc
hereby notified that a Petition for
Dissolution of Marriage has been
riled against you, and vou are re-
quired to serve a cop* of v.mr An-
swer or Pleading to the Petition on
I etitnrner'H attorney THOMAS It
SPENCER, ,IR of MYERS KAIM \N
u-V.Tlv' iS^0^ KENLV
d-'.%-.-, ,,r,s' s:,r,r'' Miami, Flo,-.
Ida 83130, and fue the original An-
swer or Pleading in the offloe Of the
llerk of the Circuit Court on or bo-
or,- the 28th day of October. 1871
t .:','.'u S." ,"..... ""' Ju-'Kiuent by de-
f.iult will be taken against you for
she relief demanded in the petition
WITNESS MY HAND AND SEAL
at Miami, Dade County. Florida, this
itith day ol September la7i
1: l: LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the 1 'ourt
By: c. p. COPELAND
Deputy clerk
(Circuit Court Si al 1
MYERS. KAPI \ s PORTER
I LEVINS'i\ ,v KBNIN
Attorni j s for Petitioner
1150 s w First Street
-Miami. Flo, 1,1;, ;;:;i:;,i
______________________' -I i" 1-8-15
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-3843
(FRANK B. DOWLING)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
II RE E Ii.....t
BERTH \ AUCH'STA OLUHR
also known as RERTHA A, OLUHR,
ai 'i BERTHA GLUHR,
Deceased,
To All Creditors and All Persona ii.-iv
Ing claims or Demands Agalusl Bald
Estate:
Vou are hereby notified and re-
qulred to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of RERTHA ATTOI'STA
OLUHR, also known as RERTHA A
'il.rilR and BERTHA (SI.I'HR. de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same in duplicate
and as provided in Section 733 1
Florida Statutes, in their offices in
the County Courthouse In Hade Coun-
ty. Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
nuhli,v.>i..,i hereof, or the same will
be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 10th
day of Sentember, A I). l7i
DOROTHEA PAULINE COOK
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 17lh day of September. IML
ERNEST N STAMEY
Attorney for Executrix
78 East Sixth Street
Hialeah, Florida 3:1010
0/17-24 10/1-R
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-4010
(JOHN R. BLANTON)
, NOTICE TO CREDITORS
la HE: Estate of
MEYER DON
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to presoit any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of MEYER DON deceased
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same In duplicate and as pro-
vided In Section 7U.18, Florida Stat-
utes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse In Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
nine of the first publication hereof, or
the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 23rd
day of September. AD. 1971.
EVA DON
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 21th day of Sept.. 1971,
STBPHAN L COHEN
Attorney for Executrix
11.18 Kane Concourse, 4th Floor
Hay Harbor Islands. Florida 88154
9,24 10/1-8-1.-,
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
BEVERLY PARKER, Wife
and
R( 'V i-: PARKER. Husband,
'ii >: ROY B. PARKER
::7I PI, .can' Sli,-, t
l 't ock ton, Ma ssa 'husetts
TOP ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
lha 11 action for Dissolution of Mai -
riage has been filed aga'nsl you and
1 you ai quired rve a py ol
yi>ur wtIifen defe ises, if any, to if
. on lil'i IR( IE SA MPAS, Httort -
Petll 'oiler. \\ lu,- .- .'ill-1". 4| |q ie
Mi e* of SHIR1 v WOOI.F. I-'" l.in-
1 coin Road, Ri ran 211, .Miami Bench,
Flnrids 58139, and file the orlgii
with the clerk of ll sts led
court on or 1 October, 1:71.
ol herv 1 le .1 i!i iuI will be entered
against you for the n Mi f demanded
in til.- comnlainl or petition.
This notice si'.-iii he published once
each week for f...... consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH Fl 1IRTDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami. Florida on
this 22nd day of Sentember, IML
B. ll 1 B ITHRRMAN,
A" ClerV. Clrcu" Court
Dade County. Florida
By: 1 SNEEDBN
As Denuty Clerk
(Circuit Court Real)
OBOFOE samp >-. BBO
1-ui offices of SHIRLEY WOOI.F.
ESQ
<-,o Lincoln Road
Miami H.ach. Florida 33130
Attorney for Petitioner
9/24 I0/1-8-1K
NOTICE UNdFR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is |iF"Ki:v OTVEN thnt
the undersigned, desiring to engnce
*n business i>do the fictitious name
-f RURRA PROPERTIES al ",-"1 So
nixie Highway, So Miami. Pis In-
tend to register said name with the
clerk of the Clrcull Court of Dade
Counts-. Florida
! \ v RPRRIN
REFP.EN BEROSTEIN
10/1-8-1R-SS
NOTICE UNDFR
FICTITIOUS NMF AW
NOTICE IS IIEPKPY OIVEN thai
the undersign' I fl -'"" 10 entraps
in business under the fictitious name
of RTTDT'S r*VTRl \\l> 1 |vi-\
SUPPLY COMPANY t I0OT SW
'7th Avenue Ml"rn1, Pis Intends to
register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
RODOl.FO PKIFTO
10/1-8-15-22
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-3513
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
YETTA PLIITZER AI SO KNOWN
AS YETTA BERNSTEIN
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified nnd re-
quired to present anv claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of YETTA I'Htzkh AL-
SO KNOWN AS YETTA BERNSTEIN
deceased late of Dade County. Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in dunli-
cate and as provided in Section 733 16,
Florida Statutes, in their offices In
the County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty. Florida, within six calendar
months from th<- time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 19th
day of Ain-Mst. \ d 1971
ZBV W. KflflAV nnd
PAUL BREITHOLZ
As Executors
Suite 243, 420 Lincoln Rd
Miami Beach, Fla. 33139
First publication of this notice on
the 17th day of Sentember, 1971.
CATDIN, ROTHENBBRO, KOOAN &
KIIRNHl I'M
by Zev W Kogan
420 Lincoln Rd
8 17-24 10/1-8
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY rilVKN thnt
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious names
of RONALD SHANK. M l>.: HERALD
Rl'TECKI. M I> al 1680 Meridian
Avenue, Miami Beach, Fla. intend to
register said names with the Clerk of
the Circuit court of Dade County,
Florida.
DliS. SHANK AND RITECKI P.A.
SPARRER. ZKMEL. ROSKIN Ai
HEILBRONNER PA.
Attorneys fi,r Applicant
inn N Blscayne Boulevard
Miami, Florida
I 1.-24 10/1-8
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OTVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under die fictitious name Of
MAURICE M GREENFIELD, M.D. at
848 DuPont Building, Miami. Fla. in-
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
MAURICE M, QREENF1E1 D, M D ,
AND ASSI iciATKS. I> A.
8PARBER, ZBMEL, ROSKIN &
HEILBRONNER P.A.
At '.nil ys for Anolicant
inn N. Blscayne Boulevard
Miami, Florida
9 17-L; io'1-s
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAOF COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-3080
(Dowling)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
HARRY I. IIANSI.EV
I lecensed.
To AH (': idlton and All Persons Hav-
ii"- Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You arc herein* notified and re-
aulred to nresenl anv claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of II VKI.'Y 1. HANS' BY
deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to the County Judges- of Dade
County, and file the same hi duoli-
cate snd rs nrovlded In Section 783.-
tfi. Plorldfl Stalio.s. in their offices
i'l the Countv Courthouse i-i Dade
Coun'v. piorldn within sis calendar
months from the time of the first
nubltcati n hereof, or the same will
h I
J>:,!. ,1 ;,t ""iml, Florid-,. Mill
day ol Bepti mher a i> 1971
Ai"-.......H'i--|;i;
.\s Executor
Firs! ml .....' '- s notice on
f,.. 1 .'-I-- of 1 nher, '"71
, HMFTTHI ER1PDM \ \
lllni-ni-v for l-'veeoi,,,-
7! : <\ Tre inure 1 n-lve
North Bay Village, Fla.
10/1-8-16-23
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
71-1828b
SUIT FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
In Re:
The Marriage of
WILLIAM LOUIS MOORE, Husband
and
ETHEL MAE MOORE, Wife
T< I BTHB1 MAE Ml K)RE
:ili Lycoming Avenue
Wenonali. New Jersey
You. BTHB1 MAE MOORE, are
hereby notified that a Petition for
Dissolution "f Marriage ha- been filed
against you. and vou are required to
serve a copy oi your A'nswer or Plead-
ing to the Petition for Dissolution of
Marriage on ihe Plaintiff's attorney,
I- '-.Wl-rrii \" ReKANT on,- i In-
coin Road PuUdlng, Miami Peach,
Florida and file thi original Answer
or Pleading in ihe office of the Clerk
of the Clrcull Courl on or before the
2nd day of November, 1971. Tf yon
fall to do so indgmenl by defaull will
be taken ags vou for the relief
demanded In the Bill of Complalnl
This notice shall be nubllshed once
,-ach week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH RI ORID1 W.
DONE ANT) ORDERED ni Miami,
Florida, this L'-n.i day of September
AH 1
I- 1: pi VTHERM VN Clerk.
Circuit Court Oade County Florida
By: fl -i u h iDARD
11 iutv C'erk
<< leeiitl 1' -.-
VENN....... N ReK VNT
..,. 1 ... a., 1; I Bull
Bi ; "' irlda
Mtorne' for PI Intlff
I8-431S
9 -1 10.1-8-15
LEGAL 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 UK:
THE MARRIACB OF SEYMOUR
KAMINS, husband and DORIS
KAMINSKY, wife.
ACTION Kill! DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
TO: DORIS KAMINSKY
Dover Plains, New York
lou are hereby notified that an
action for Dissolution of MarrlaiM hi
been filed against you and vou are
required to file >our written defenses
if any. on SANDI.Kli & HANDLER,
P.A., Attorneys for Petitioner, whose
address is 941 Ingrai-.am Building,
Miami, Florida and file the original
with the Clerk of the above styled
Court, on or before November 5,
1971, otherwise a default will be en-
tered against you for the relief de-
manded in the complaint, or nrtition
This Notice shall he nubllshed Once
each week, for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH ELOPIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal cf
this Court at Miami Florida on thii
iX day of September 1971,
E. H. I EATHi: MAN,
as Clerk of the Cl Court
Dade County, Florida
By C. P. COP I '.Ml
AS 1V|,UI.\ 1 oil.
SANDLER & sa.niiI.i-; ., P.A
94:i Ingraham Building
Miami. Florida 8S131
374-8196
10/1-8-16-22
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX CElj
Chapter 20722Acts, of 1941
File No. 71 f .-.3
NOTICE IS Ml. E I I GIVEN
tha 1 H alti r Green v. ib
I.is h ii'- hold.- of 1 Tax Sale
' rl iflcate No. 74"9 ucd hi
day of .May. A I'
same in ni\ offici 11
plication for a tan ib il 10 I
thereon Sb -i I IUI mhr ici
ng described 1 tha
Cou Dailc, 8 1 ,
to-K ii;
I I
I'nll
Count) Dated 2- IS-I -.1. Lot 7
Blk 1 LSD 811 B 1st Addn, Plat
1 .1 C, 11 r
1' de, State 1 f F I
' lu 1971
Count* Ltid I
The assessm.....
undi r the name ol 1 "utty Sni: i
Unless said certlf
deemed .....ording 1
.....
the highest blinder f h >t the
Courth' di 111 on
in the month of '97i.
which the 1st 1! nber,
1971
Dale,; this 28th dn ni. ,
1971
E. I! LEATHERMAN,
,. i'l]
f lade County i-
Rv P F. nn I is 1
(Clrcull ''ourt Seal)
-1<-22
NOTICE UNDF-''
FICTITIOUS NAME I AW
NOTICE IS HER1 I I
the undersigned, desn
in business nndei II
of S ft 8 PROPER
80th Street, Hialeal
to register said n tm
of the Circuit C'>url
Florid
DAVID E '
sew -
'''li 1 RRMI I
HENRIETTA .
STl l\t -. HI IST< ''I
Attorn- \ for S ,^- S 1
n
'"
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IB
IN THE COUNTY JL PGESCOURT
IN AND FOR DA: ''UN" .',
FLORIDAIN -ROB
No.
NOTICE TO C
In RE
ANN V s liAI'M
11. eil
Ti litoi '
Ing cv "as or Di n -. 1
You are hereby i. -
mi 1-......iresent a de-
m.ind -hlch you :t t
Ihe e-' ite of a N -
.< oi Dad
'ounty Ji Dade Cou -
ty, --- rib tht "
pi! provldi 'i :
P utes, i
Hi.- c unly Courthou '-MI1I-
ty, P' Ida, will
: from the '
nn hereof, 1 '
he bare, d.
ni-.- ,1 Miami, .
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IN THE COUNTY Jl OE'S COURT
IN AND FOR Df E COUNTY,
FLORIDAIf :roaTb
No. 71
(FRANK B. DOWUNG1
NOTICE TO CREDIT
I" 1.....' iti
'...... -1111: vi:n
fl ted
.....ri dltors and -
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resent an
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^fewjislh Floridian
Miami, Florida Friday, October 8, 1971
Section B
Local Residents Delegates
To International Conclave
'. \SHIXGTON What began
2 | met ring Jews in New
more th.-in four generations
:; bo commemorated by
-. enl o delegates in Phil-
Wednesday when B'na!
1 si nal tonal sen ic -
; in found d In the I'nitcd
les, opt ns ii s five-day trien-
nvention on its 128th birth-
y,
convention brings together
delegates representing B'na)
P'lith constituencies throughout
Hi. United .States and Canada, and
in 38 other countries of the tree
world.
Among them, elected as part of
the B'nai B'rith District 5 delega-
tion representing units of the or-
ganization in seven Southeastern
States and The District of Colum-
bia are eight delegates and four
alternate delegates, including:
E. Albert Pallot of Miami, an
attorney and banker, who is cur-
rently national chairman of B'nai
B'rlth's Commission on Commun-
ity and Veteran Services. Mr. Pal-
lot, a former Florida assistant at-
torney general, is a past president
of District 5 and a former inter-
national vice president of B'nai
B'rith.
Herman J. Nudelman of Bay
Harbor Islands, a member of the
Commission on Community and
Veteran Services and of District
5's Ijoard of governors. He is
also a 15-time winner of B'nai
B'rith's National Membership
A ird and has helped organize
more than 35 B'nai B'rith lodges.
Burnett Roth, Miami Beach
i y who is a national com-
iner of the Civil Rights Com-
mittee of the Anti-Defamation
te of B'nai B'rith and a past
1 vice president of the ADL.
I the past 6 years, Mr. Roth
h i- served on the board of trustees
ol the B'nai B'rith Foundation. He
> chairman of the United
il Palsy Association of
South Florida and a former vice
c o! Miami Beach.
Bert S. Brown of Miami, a
t in the accounting firm of
1 in, Morrison. Brown and Kris-
Ml. Mr. Brown is president-elect
of the Florida State Association of
I B'nai B'rith and is a memo
' District 5's board of >. j, He
ab i the immediate past presl-
l< i of B'nai B'rith Council of
Southern Floi I.
Bi rn ird Langberg of North
Miami Beach. Mr. Langberg, an
accountant who currently serves
on the local B'nai B'rith Hillel
Foundation's advisory board, is a
former member of District 5's
board of governors of the B'nai
B'rith National Youth Commission.
Sam Pascoe of Miami Beach,
president of the Florida State
Association of B'nai B'rith. a
member of the District's board of
governors, and vice president of
the Hillel advisory board at the
University of Miami who also
serves on the executive committee
of the Florida Regional Office of
the ADL.
Bernard R. Friedman, a Gary.
Ind. jeweler who recently retired
to the area. Mr. Friedman is cur-
rently a member of B'nai B'rith's
international board of governors
and is a past president of B'nai
B'rith District 2, encompassing 8
central states. He also served on
the B'nai B'rith National Youth
Commission, and is a past presi-
dent of the Indiana State Associa-
tion of B'nai B'rith.
Mrs. Arthur G. Laufman of
Hollywood.
The alternate delegates are
Judge Milton A. Friedman and Leo
Steinman of Miami. A. Wittenstein
of I lolly wood and George Talianoff
ol Mi' mi Beach.
Governor Milton J. Shapp, Sen-
dinority Leader Hugh Scott.
An bassador Yitzhak Rabin
and Philip M. KlutznJck of Ch
U-S Ami issador to the
I Nati ins and a pasl re si-
dent of B'nai B'rith. are among
the prominent political figures who
will address its sessions, Prize-
winning author Elie Wiesel, re-
nown for his writings on the holo-
caust will be a featured speaker
at a session devoted to problems of
contemporary Jewish family life.
The critical problems affecting
Soviet Jewry and Middle East
peace are among the issues that
will be assessed in convention ses-
sions. A special analysis of the
present status of Soviet Jews will
be presented by Dr. Maurice Fried-
berg, director of the Russian and
East European Institute at Indiana
University.
The delegates will also elect an
international president to succeed
Dr. William A. Wexler of Savan-
nah. Ga., who completes two three-
year terms, the constitutional limit
in B'nai B'rith.
The convention will also pay a
birthday tribute to Rabbi Mordecai
M. Kaplan, 90-year-old philosopher
and founder of the Reconstruction-
ist movement in Judaism. Dr. Kap-
lan will receive the first Harold
A. Weisberg Award in Jewish
Thought, an annual presentation
memorializing the founding direc-
tor and late chairman of B'nai
B'rith's adult Jewish educational
program.
'.......nmiai
Witness Found; Barbie
Case To Be Reopened
PARIS Munich State
Attorney Manfred Ludolph, who
had promised to reopen the case
against Klaus Barbie, former
Gestapo commander of Lyons,
if one living witness could be
found to testify that he knew
the Jews he deported from Ly-
ons were doomed to die, has
been presented with just such a
witness,
A French delegation led by
Jean Pierre-bloch, president of
the International League against
Anti-Semitism (LICA) and Mrs,
B< ate Klarsfeld has notified Lu-
dolph that Raymond Geissmann.
a French lawyer, made a writ-
ten declaration stating that he
personally heard Barbie declare
that "whether shot to death or
deported, the fate of the Jews
will be the same."
It is expected that both West
j Germany and France will ek
to extradite Barbie from South
i America, where he now lives.
Spcrotary Rogers' Six-Point Proposal
Philanthropist Abraham L. Mail-
man will receive the 1971 Human
Relations Award of The Society of
Fellows of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith. according
to an announcement made by
George J. Talianoff, state chair-
man of the Society of Fellows.
"Abe Mailman possesses a unique
The lulav and etrog being used by the Jewish chaplain in
Sukkot services in Thailand are among the religious
"ems supplied by the National Jewish Welfare Board for
"se in Jewish festival and Sabbath services at bases
throughout the world.
ABRAHAM L. MAILMAN
sensitivity to human needs and
has established a remarkable rec-
ord of tireless leadership on be-
half of the disadvantaged and op-
pressed," Mr. Talianoff said.
Mailman is a director of the Bar-
nctt Banks and Gulfstream Land
and Development Cori>oration, and
is a member of the advisory council
of the Mailman Child Development
Center at the University of Miami.
Prior recipients of the award,
which will be presented at the
third dinner-dance of the Florida
Chapter of the Society of Fellows
Nov. 13 at the Fden Roc Hotel,
were Miamians Leonard L Abess
and Sam A. Goldstein.
The Society of Fellows is a lead-
ership group whose members work
to promote the local and national
programs of the League. Members
of the Society sjwnsor special
events in the interest of the Anti-
Defamation League and attend
ADL conferences and special pro-
grams in the United States and
abroad.
The six points included in the
proposal made by U.S. Secretary
of State William P. Rogers in
the U.N. General Assembly this
week were:
l Understanding that a Suez
agn ement "is mi rely a step
toward ... an overall settle-
ment."
2--Maintenance of the ceasefire
without a commitment to a
binding peace agreement
which is not realizeable now.
3 Withdrawal of Israeli troops
from a canalside zone still to
be worked out.
4 Adequal machinery for
prompt detection of any in-
fractlons.
5 Egyptian personnel east of
the canal to i perate it. with
a compromise on whether
military or civilian.
6 Israeli use of the canal with
some "accommodation" on
timing.
Mailman To Receive
Coveted ADL Award !
!
!
When Sukkot nears, young members of the Memphis,
Tenn., Jewish Community Center decorate the "taber-
nacle" and then gather around their group leader for an
explanation of the festival's meaning. This scene is typi-
cal of hundreds at Jewish Community Centers affiliated
with the National Jewish Welfare Board, which have a
tradition of increasing the awareness of Jews to the joy
of Judaism and to its beauty.
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Friday, October 8. 1971

Cornerstone Dedication At
Hebrew Academy Oct. 17
Cornerstone hiving ceremonies will dedicate a unique cornerstone
for the new iumor and senior high in memory of Mrs. Rebecca H.
school building of the Greater Mi- Merwitzer, who worked witfc her
# husband in behalf of the Hebrew
i**AuiUir?"f(JI IIKWly Vears.
The cornerstone was flown to
Miami Beach by El Al Israel Air-
lines after having been dug out
of the hills of Israel by a team of
' sjieeialists in Israeli stone con-
tacted by Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross, principal of the Hebrew
Academy.
Mr. Morwit/er, president of the
Miami Beach school for the past
nine years and now its honorary
life president, is general campaign
cYiirman for the new building,
slated to open next year.
The entire communitv is invited
to attend the ceremonies, which
Irving Firtel, president of the He-
Ivvw Academy, has termed "one
>f the most sienific-mt events in
the historv ol the South's largest
day school."
Mr. Firtel noted that the Mer-
witzer family has contributed sig-
nificantly not only to the new
school hut a'so to the mail: campus
building, which also c->ni tins a
cornerstone dedicated by the
Mcrwitzers.
LOUIS MEKWITZHt
ami Kabrew Academy will be held
on the construction site. Pine Tree
Drive at 24th Terrace in Miami
Beach, at 10 a.m. on Sunday, Oct.
17.
Entertainment and refreshments
will be provided for those attend-
f-ouLs Merwitzer and his family I big the Oct. 17 function.
YMHA Inaugurating Free Five Session
'Journey To Middle East' Lecture Series
"Journey to the Middle Kast." a
five-session lecture and discussion
series which will examine the is-
sues facing Israel and the Middle
Kast, will be inaugurated Tuesday,
Oct. 19, at 8:15 p.m. in the Golden
Key Room of the Central 'Y,' 8500
S\V 8th St.
The first of the Tuesdav nicht
li cture-discussions to be offered to
the public without charge, will
feature Yoscph Yanich, director of
the Southeastern Region, Ameri-
can Jewish Congress, speaking on
"The Israeli-Arab Struggle."
On succeeding Tuesday nights.
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Bertram Goidsnetth. Ir.
Israeli Community Shaliach Arych
Rockaeh will be heard on the topic
"Assimilation Israeli Style.*" Israel
Shapiro, director of Miami's new-
Israel Alivah Center will discuss
The Political Face of Israel";
Washington Federal vice president
Abraham Greenhut. "Kconomy and
the Dollar," and local public re-
lations executive Gerald Schwartz
whose topic will be "Is Peace Pos-
sible in the Middle East?"
Persons desiring additional in-
formation on this discussion series
are invited to contact Miriam
Scheinbcrg at the Central "Y.*
3-Day Institute
Being Conducted
Bv AJComniittee
r
The American Jewish Committee,
< AJComniittee) Florida state area,
will conduct its leadoj-shio institute
this weekend at the Rod and Gun
Club. Kvcrglades City.
Mrs. Rcva Wexler. chairman,
said "the purpose of the institute
:s to equip !e iders with deepened
nersonal insights and heightened
elf-.i\vaivr..'ss. The serious issues
facing us nov underscore the need
ror such training in aeordancc
with AJOommittee's philosophy,"
she declared.
The institute's program will also
focus on human and community
relations, skills, strategies, and
nhilosophy is refined over the
*-cars by the A.ICommittee, which
has pioneered in the deve'opment ol'
Intensive leadership training pro-
grams.
The institute will H^ eonductei
by trained members of the AJCom-
mittee's national and local staff.
including Samuel Katz, director of
the Community Services Depart-
ment; William Katz. field staff
supervisor; Mrs. BilUe Stem.
Southwest Regional director: Flor-
ida state's area director. Dr. Walter
Zand, and Mix Birnbaum, AJCom-
mitte^ consultant in ed"cation
training, who is also director of the
huirin relations laboratory at Bos-
ton Univers ty,
League Chapter To Hear
A Talk By Mrs. Dermer
The first regular meeting of Kin-
coin-Miami Beach Chapter. Wom-
en's League For Israel, this sea-
son will feature a talk on current
events in Israel bv Mrs. Jay
Dermer. wife of the city's mayor,
according to Rose Dellerson, presi-
dent of the group.
Scheduled to begin at 12:30 p.m.
in the 100 Lincoln Rd. club room,
the afternoon will also include a
discussion of "Great Books" by
Esther Tyson and a community
sing with Aida Yaslo at the piano
now
running
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Wometco Theatres
Chorus Elects Officers
And Board of Directors
The Farband Zimrah chorus and
mandolin ensemble, which held its
first rehearsal this week under the
direction of composer Shmuel
Fershko, has elected its officers
\nd board of directors for 1971-72.
Joseph Remr.ick will serve as
president: Abraham Davis and
Lester Bigelman, vice presidents;
Tulius Nadcl, treasurer; Miriam
Shephard and Sylvia Einhorn, Bee-
retai ies. The board of directors in-
cludes Gertrude Santer. Celia
Gottlieb. Joseph Glat, Luuis B. Co-
hen, Sarah Kosowsky, Joseph
Shin iderman, Anna Barkan, J.
itein, Hilda Glat. Celia Da-
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Senior Citizens Banquet
Ambulance Fund Benefit
The Miami Beach Chapter of-
the American Federation of Sen-
ior Citizens, in cooperation with
David Coleman, pr.vSidut.,Mf U*
Miami Beach Chapter of Amer-
ican Red Magen David, for Israel
will host a dinner to benefit that
jr^anization at 6 p.m. Sunday.
Oct. 17, in the
Doauville Hotel.
The community-
wide banquet is
expected to at
tract more thar
400 in'rsons. ac-
cording to Da-
vid Taub. presi-
dent of the lo-
cal chapter.
Samuel Rein-
hard. Florida
State chairman
for the Ameri-
can Rid Magen David for Isnu I
said the senior citiz na group ha>
already turned in more than $3,500
towards the cost of a 1972 Geni ral
Motors ambulance to be donated
lo the i>eoplo of Israel through its
ifficial Red Cross agency. The
new ambulance will be on display
at the dinner.
Outstanding community leaden
will be participating in the pro-
gram; musical entertainment will
be provided by Irving Pietrack and
his orchestra.
The fund-raising drive lias its
headquarters in Miami Beach'i
Governor Cafeteria. Regervattoni
for the dinner may also be made
through Mr. Reinhard. who main-
tains state headquarters for the
American Red Magen David al the
Hebrew Academy of Greater Mi.
ami. 2400 Pine Tree Dr.
Samuel Reinhard
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vJcw/sfi Mcr/rcffor;
ADL Demands Removal
Of Nazi Collaborator
Page 3-B
Anti-Defamntidti League
fADLl of B'naJ B'rith has called
J for the immediate removal of Dr.
h Pauco, accused of having
I i i Nazi collaborator, from
|| si as controller of the Repub-
lican National Committee's Ethnic
{Council.
In a Niter to Senator Robert
p !('. chairman of the Republican
\ il Committee, Seymour
ird, th" League's national
fchairman, said," It is inconceivable
pn ; "-'in with Pauco's appall-
n<; record should hold a high level
Ipa-i with the Republican National
Committee. Americans of all politi-
cal pi rsuasiona surely deserve bet-
ter than that."
Dr Pauco, who came to the
pnited States in 1950, was editor-
n-chief uf Slovak, the official or-
fan of Joseph Tiso who was in-
ftalled by Hitler as ruler of Slo-
vakia iluring the 1940s. Dr. Pauco,
pho is currently editor of "Slovak
Anierike," a Slovak language
lewspaper in Middletown, Pa., was
riginally brought into the Repub-
Ican National Committee as Slo-
ak-American adviser.
The charge of his Nazi involve-
ments was first made by syndi-
pted columnist Jack Anderson.
Vscribing Dr. Pauco as "Hitler's
Lading propagandist in occupied
lovakia during the 1940s" who
llmpeted the Nazi line and
kiled the Nazi persecution of the
Iws." Mr. Anderson went on to
ly that Pauco, as late as 1957,
Jfended "his past Nazi activities
the cause of great and sacred
uth."'
r'Not only does the record indi-
|te that Dr. Pauco was indeed
active collaborator of the Nazi
Ippet regime of Joseph Tiso but
[shows that ever since his arrival
this country, Dr. Pauco has
npiigned to 'rehabilitate' the
butation of Tiso, who was hanged
jter World War II as a war crimi-
11." Mr. Graubard said. "This
Iter activity," he declared, "is
ucative of an unchanged atti-
dc.'1
Mr.
th
Ibe"
Imsi
ok.
plot
Jal t
del
\\ tri
'.ii
Oaubard gave as an exam-
l>ook, "Dr. Joseph Tiso 0
'Dr. Joseph Tiso About
lf, published in 1952. The
prepared for printing and
ited by Dr. Pauco, is a vir-
anscript of Tiso's statement
use made at his war crimi-
al in Bratislava in 1947. and
s Tiso's effort to justify
lational Convention Report
(Pioneer Women, Club 1, was to
IT Miriam Gingold's report on
national biennial convention
m in St, Louis it a 1 p.m. Thurs-
etinsi at the Washington
Weral, 1234 Washington Ave.
1 ; Sohn is president.
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'He various anti-Jewish measures
taken by'his'regime:.........
"Citizens from across the nation
have asked the ADL to voice their
with the Republican National Com-
mittee" Mr. Graubard told Sen.
pole. He urged the Senator to
take immediate action.
The Anti-Defamation League has
also vigorously protested "the blat-
ant attack on Jews" made bv
Yakov A. Malik. Soviet delegate to
the U.N. Security Council at Its
meeting Sept. 25 in a letter to
Torn Nakagawa. president of the
Security Council.
"The Soviet delegate's offensive
assault is a misuse and an abuse
of the United Nations' platform,
the forum of world's conscience!
and violates specifically Article 4
of the International Convention
on the Elimination of All Forms of
Racial Discrimination. "In the
spirit of such declarations, Mr.
Malik's explosion of virulent anti-
Semitism in the Security Council
must be thoroughly and publicly
repudiated," Mr. Graubard declar-
ed, urging the Security Council
president to lead the Council into
taking appropriate action.
Copies of the letter were sent to
President Nixon, Secretary ol
State William A. Rogers, and
George Bush, U.S. Ambassador to
the United Nations.
Funds From Book
By Ruby Fogrl
For Sisterhood
"Poems in Celebration." a book
of moms celebrating the'major
Jewish religious festivals arid holi-
days, by Miami poet Rubv Fogel
'Mrs. J. I.) Levkoff who has
won international recognition for
her poetry -- was recently pub-
lished in a first edition of 2.000
copies, sponsored bv the Sister-
hood of Temple Israel of Greater
Miami. Mrs. Levkoflf, a hoard
member of the Sisterhood, has
donated all proceeds to the Sister-
hood.
Author also of the widely praised
book of secular poems. "Apes and
Angels." her verse has appeared
under her maiden name in major
national magazines and literary
periodicals. She has won numer-
ous prizes, including the James
Joyce award of the Poetry Society
of America; her prize-winning
nocm was since published in Louis
Untermcyer's -The Pursuit of
Poetry." published by Simon &
Schuster.
Mrs. Levkoff was one of three
American poets chosen in a world-
wide competition to be honored
it the Stroud International Festi-
val of the Arts in England in 1967.
The Library of Congress in Wash-
ington has invited her to record a
reading of her work on tape for
national distribution for cultural
programs.
"Poems in Celebration," pre-
sented in an artistic format, is for
sale by Sisterhood Judaica Shop*
nationwide, and by Temple Israel
Sisterhood.
Florida's Secretary of State Richard Stone (center) is shown
with Miami Mayor David T. Kennedy (right) and Dr. Charles
Perry, president of Florida International University, at the
recent Mayor's Conference of Pollution at the Dupont Plaza
Hotel, where Mr. Stone reported that efforts to clean up the
Miami River are nearing success.
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\
The first family sent from this area to Israel by the recently-
opened Florida Regional Office of Israel Aliyah Center, Inc.,
in the Ainsley Bldg., was that of Rabbi Elliot Winograd,
former spiritual leader of Temple Israel of Miramar, accord-
ing to an announcement made by Israel Shapiro, regional
director. A graduate of Beth Midrosh Gavoah, Lakewood,
N.J., and Yeshiva University, New York, the 38-year-old
rabbi, his wife. Frances, and daughters Vivian, 11, Stephanie,
9, and Myra, 5, will spend the first six months in an absorp-
tion center in Kfar Chabad, a settlement near Tel Aviv.
Rabbi Winograd hopes later to obtain a position in the ad-
ministrative field.
Registration For Fall Classes, Programs
Starting Oct. 18 At The T In Progress
Registrations are now being
processed for the Fall programs at
the 'Y.' aceording to Jack Katz-
man. president. Classes will start
the week of Oct. 18, and are
geared to individuals, groups, and
the family as a unit, he said.
The YiMHA has expanded with
a new look and a great variety of
programs, ranging from its Karly
Childhood Development program
through that of the Senior Citi-
zens. Instruction will be offered in
arts and crafts, cooking, drama,
ballet, oil painting, woodworking,
sewing, batik, macrame. uphol-
stering, folk dancing creative
writing, rug hooking, needlework,
bridge, conversational Spanish and
Hebrew.
For Kettinu into physical shape,
the Y' offers a sports program for
c very member of the family, in-
cluding its 'sports and skills" pro-
grams. Junior and Senior Biddy
Basketball, adult basketball, ten-
nis, junior and senior high school
touch football leagues, boys' self
defense and judo, and men's judo.
An AAU Swim Team has also
been organized; it will be compet-
ing in local and national meets.
The YM-YWHA of Greater Mi-
ami, a beneficiary agency of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
and the United Fund of Dade
County, offers a professional staff
of trained social workers, health
and physical educators, cultural
arts and recreational specialists,
educators and preschool ex|x>rts.
You are invited to call the Central
'Y' for a complete schedule of
classes and prpgrams.
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Temple Embarks
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Building Program
To coincide with the Festival of
Sukkot a time of building
Temple .Sinai of North Dade has
embarked op a new phase of its
ftuHding program, Rabbi Ralph P.
Kingsley, spiritual leader of the
Reform congregation announced.
A generous sift by Mr. and Mrs.
Irvin Rosenblum will make pos-
sible the construction of a much
needed addition to the congrega-
tion's award winning sanctuary.
The addition will include a school
building, to house the synagogue's
500 children, and an administrative
Wing to house the business office
and the rabbi's study. The school
will be known as the Irvin and
Fanny Rosenblum Religious School;
completion is set for September
1972.
At the present, the temple con-
ducts its business in a trailer sit-
uated adjacent to the sanctuary,
and rents class rooms at John F.
Kennedy Junior High School to
house its Sunday pupils.
Post-Auxiliary Meeting
Harry H. Cohen Surfside Bay
Harbor Post and Auxiliary 723,
Jewish War Veterans, will hold a
regular meeting at 8 p.m. Wednes-
day in the Surfside Community
Center, 9301 Collins Ave. Rose I.i-
sansky is Auxiliary president; Sam
Frankel is Post Commander.
Torah Box Luncheon Set
By Oholei Torah Women
Brotherhood Blood Drive
The Brotherhood of Temple Or
Olom will serve breakfast to < ach
donor participating in its 9 a.m.
Sunday. Oct. 17. blood drive. Be a
blood donor save a life, is the
group's motto.
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rtbon. Oct. 19, in Bie IVnvy N.
Schwartz: Auditorium of Beth Is-
rael Synagogue, 770 Chase Ave.,
according to Mrs. Francine Katz.
luncheon chairman and program
coordinator.
The entire program, including the
invocation, main speech and grace, |
will be conducted by the women, j
A special Spanish-Yiddish comedy
skit will also be presented.
Participating in the program
will be Mrs. Kat/., chairman: Mrs. I
Ita Marcus, invocation and
Hamot/i: Mrs. Chana Lipskar.
speaker; Mrs. Ruth Bejar. Mrs.
Misdra.ji, Mrs. Sinister and Mrs.
Glueck will participate in the skit
and entertainment. A special mu-
sical rendition of "On the Peer"
will be offered by Roland Kaplan,
a student at Oholei Torah.
Ton dollars or the equivalent in
a charity pushka will be required
for attendance: everyone is cor-
dially invited. Mrs. Katz added.
"You strengthen Oholei Tora]
Torah Strength/ us You," will
the slogan for the affair.
llatlassnh Groups
Meeting This Weej
Mrs. Moms Herman, presided
of the Miami Chapter of Hadaa
sah. has announced the following
group meetings for next week:
The new Aliyah Croup will mi
al 8 p.m. Wednesday in the Well
ington Manor Recreation Roon|
L0801 N. Kendall Dr., to hear
speaker from the Childbirth aiij
Par.-nt Education Association di^
CUSS the Lama/e Method of Naj
ural Childbirth.
Mrs. Dorothy Handshu will hi
the guest speaker at Wednesday
12:30 p.m. meeting of the Allie^
i.iiisii'in Group in the Windsq
Towers. 1850 NE 168th St., Nor|
Miami Beach.
All career women in the soutll
west section are invited to atti
the 1:30 p.m. Sunday social beir
held by the Tikrah Business al
Professional iiroup at the home
Miss Flo Wepman, 3660 SW 18tl
Ter. Games and refreshments wi|
be offered, with pioceeds going
youth activities.
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3,000 Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah
Members To Salute Mrs. Leon Kronish
Representing the Greater Miami Jewish com-
munity at the first Women's Institute for the
Southeast and Southwest regions held by
the United Jewish Appeal and Council of
Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds a
two-day conclave focused on major areas of
Jewish communal commitment and concern
were, from left to right, Mrs. Adolph Ber-
ger, chairman. North bade area board of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's
Women's Division; Mrs. Gerald Nathanson,
campaign coordinator; Mrs. Burton Levey,
president. Women's Division; Mrs. Sol Gold-
stein, cochairman, Women's Institute and
chairman of Volunteer Services Bureau of
the Federation's Women's Division; Mrs.
Michael Lipsky, chairman, Miami Beach
area board; Mrs. Irving Wexler, chairman,
workers training; and Mrs. Leonard Fried-
land, vice president, campaign.
More than 3,000 members of the
Miami Bea h Chapter will join in paying tribute to Li]
Han tMrs. Leon) Kronish as she
receives th "Woman of Valor"
avard Th u ij >ct, .14. at the
ituiual It idassah Bond-with-Israel
lunch on in the Grand Ballroom of
the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Mrs, Kronish. wife of the spirit-
ual leader of Temple Beth Shotom,
will lx> honored lor her devoted
leadership on behalf of Israel for
many years, going hack to pre-
statehood days. Mrs. Max Schenk,
national president of Hadassah who
will h' the luncheon uest speaker,
will confer the award upon Mrs.
Kronish.
Ceremonies will also include trib-
ute to the presidents of the 29
groups of the Miami Boach Chap-
r oi Hadassah for their role of
eadei ship in helping to ra >k.- the
B< ach israi Bonds lunch-
. en the pacesetter in the nation,
tol only for Hadassah hut for all
^yier women's i fl i- fgf I
Bonds.
Heading luncheon preparations
ore Mrs. Sherman Fast, pre!
oi the Miami Beach Chapter; Mrs.
Zelda Thau, luncheon liiairman,
and Mrs. Florence Barth, Miss
Lillian Goodman, Mrs. Henrtetl i
fonas, Mrs. Frances Katzman, Mrs.
' illian Simonh iff. Mrs. Miriam
Sirkin. Mrs. Esther VVeinkle ami
Mrs. Sybil Weitz, vice chairmen.
Festivities will begin with an
.11 o'clock sherry reception in
honor of Mrs. Schenk; Israeli en-
tertainment will l)e provided by
the Shn'om Phi v.'is.
Ner Tamid USY Keeping An AJl-Night Vigil
The U.S.Y. group of Temple Ner
Tamid will spend Saturday pighl
in study and prayer at the home
>f Rabbi and Mrs. Eugene Labo-
vitz. Si by the youngsters at the time ol
the rising sun.
This all-night vigil is in keeping
with the spirit of Hoshana Kab-
bah. According to the mystical
readings the study that night
should afford us the proper prep-
aration for the final judgment that
i takes place on Hoshana Rabbah.
A. Henry Kcruffman and his
wife, Rae, who are celebrating
their golden wedding anniver-
sary have been feted at a num-
ber of parties in honor of the
occasion. A retired artist-pho-
tographer. Commander Kauff-
man, a national service officer
for the Legion of Valor, has
been cited for his service for
disabled veterans, and is him-
self the recipient of the Distin-
guished Service Cross, Silver
Star and the Purple Heart with
Cluster. He and Mrs. Kauffman,
who is active in Auxiliary work
at Veterans Hospital, are the
parents of two and grandpar-
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Friday, October 8, 1971
Judith Beilin To Address
Histadrut Conference Here
Judith Beilin, Consul of Israel in
the United Stites. will be the fea-
tured speaker at the annual con-
ference of the Israel Histadrut
JUDITH BEIUH
Council of South Florida, Sunday,
Oct. 17, at 10:30 a.m., in the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel.
Mrs. Beilin. a member of the
Ministry for Foreign Affairs of the
State of Israel, has represented her
country in New York since 1961.
Prior to her appointment as Con-
sul, she served as liaison officer
for the Foreign Ministry in con-
nection with the Eichmann trial.
Born and educated in Great Brit-
ain, she was a member of some
of England's most renowned rep-
ertory ioompanies and achieved
success on the stage and with the
B.B.C. In the late 1930s she gave
up her actirva; career to marry
Massachusetts Club Meets
A regular meeting of the Massa-
chusetts Club of Greater Miami
will be held Thursday, Oct. 14, at
8:30 p.m. in the Bel Aire Hotel.
6515 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. A
picture from the Miami Heart In-
stitute, entitled "The Constant
Quest" will be shown. William
Chiten is president.
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at 780B led Road. Suite 108. Sloth
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marital, and family therapy, psychologi-
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Harry Beilin and settled in what
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Mrs. Beilin was active in the
Hagarah, and in the program for
founding new settlements. She
served for eight years on the staff
of the Palestine Broadcasting Serv-
ice as producer and newscaster,
and in May 1948 announced the
news of the establishment of the
State of Israel in an historic broad-
cast over Haganah Radio Haifa.
Dr. Leon Kronish, honorary
chairman of the Israel Histadrut
Council, and national chairman of
the board of the Israel Histadrut
Foundation, has announced that
the new slate of officers for His-
tadrut activities in this area will
be installed at this function. Plans
for the program of the Council will
be announced by Jacob Rifkin,
chairman of the Business and Pro-
fessional Division of the Council.
The program of the conference
will include a Sunday morning
brunch. Reservations and tickets
for the brunch may be obtained at
the Histadrut Office, Suite 214,
One Lincoln Road, Miami Beach.
ORT Film To Be Shown On Ch. 2
Preceding National Convention
A 6:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 15
showing of the award-winning
ORT film "The Mellah," which
usic ^
odore Zalles, past Region presi-
dents, are local arrangements
chairmen.
Also serving as chairmen for
the event are the Mesdames
Russell Paul, hospitality; Donald
Lofton, fashion show; Bernard
Lash, musical show; Morris
Grecnberg, boutique shop; Ed-
ward Levinson, table decora-
tions; William Green and Mi-
chael Lipsky, favors and souve-
nirs; Ann Linden and Syd Hofi.
publicity; Samuel Press, print :
material; Sydney Kronish, Ann
Linden, Harry Rosenblatt and
Harold Schneider, convention
bulletin; Friuie Leit and Jerry
Sallcs, seating arrangements and
local reservations.
New Primary Class For
Cerebral Palsy Victims
A new Intermediate Develop-
mental Primary Class for severely
involved youngsters has been in-
stituted at the United Cerebral
Palsy of Miami Rehabilitation
Center.
The specialized program will
serve 10 children in the 4-to-10
age group and provide them with
motor sensory activities of daily
living and basic academics. Classes
will be held Monday through Fri-
day from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the
Center. 1411 NW 14th Ave.
MRS. THEODORE ZA1LES
tells the story of a Jewish boy
from the economic ghetto of
Casablanca who is given an op-
portunity to learn a trade, will
precede the Oct. 17-21 21st Bi-
ennial National Convention to
be hosted by the Southeastern
Florida Region of Women's Am-
erican ORT in the Diplomat
Hotel.
More than 1,700 delegates and
guests will explore new ways to
expand and develop the global
ORT program of vocational ed-
ucation and training during the
four-day conclave, for which
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Friday, October 8, 1971
*Jm1si) ncrac/taw
MRS. MICHAEL J. ROTHMAN
Noon Ceremonies
Unite Susan Levi,
MicJiael Rothman
A noon wedding ceremony Sun-
day, Oct. 3, united Susan Levi,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
Levi. 1443 Lenox Ave.. and Michael
Joel Rothman, son of Mrs. Joseph
Rothman of Tarzana, Calif., in
marriage.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated:
the rites took place at the Algiers
Hotel, and a reception followed.
Honor attendants included Ilene
Chaskes and Kathi Levi. Best man
was Allen Rothman. with Allen
Levi and Dennis Rothman serving
us groomsmen.
A graduate of Miami Beach Sen-
ior High School, the bride also at-
tended Bauder Fashion College.
Her husband is a graduate of
Reseda High School and attended
San Fernando Valley State Col-
lege; both are in California.
Following a honeymoon trip
through the State of California,
the newiyweds will live in Los
Angeles.
Stephanie Fisher
Becomes Bride
Of Lloyd Cooper
Stephanie Hope Fisher the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Fisher of Brooklyn. N.Y., was mar-
nod to Lloyd Cooper, son of Mr.
ind Mrs. Morris Cooper of North
Miami Beach, Sunday afternoon
Oct. 3.
Rabbi I,eon Kronish performed
the ceremony at Temple Beth
Sholom. Alice L. Fisher, twin sis-
ter of the bride, was maid ol
honor and Mrs. Richard Prager was
matron of honor. Quentin Sandier
served as best man.
The bride was graduated from
Ci'y University of New York
Brooklyn College Division. Her
father, an attorney, is a member
of the board of the Metropolitan
Transportation Authority and of
the Central New York Regional
Transportation Authority.
^ Mr. Cooper, a graduate of New
York University, is general man-
ager of the Quality Thread Com-
pany and president of the North
Shore Optimist Club here.
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Greene and Robert Alan Zipp who
were married there at the Holiday
Inn on Friday, Oct. 1.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wal-
ter Greene of Monroe, N.C., the
bride is a graduate of Sun Valley
Senior High School and La Carmes
College in Charlotte.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Zipp. 12801
SW 71st Ave., Miami. He is a grad-
uate of Miami Palmetto Senior
High School and has a degree from
the University of Miami. His sister
and brother, Susan and Paul Zipp.
attended the wedding with their
parents.
Following the ceremony, the
newiyweds left for a cruise of the
Caribbean Islands.
Parliamentary Workshop
The county-wide parliamentary
procedure and bylaw workshop
held Wednesday morning at Coral
Way Presbyterian Church was co-
chaired by Mrs. W. L. Mussett,
parliamentarian of the Dade
County Council of PTA's. and Mrs.
Willard R. Brown, Council bylaws
chairman.
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forthcoming marriage of their
daughter, Helen Joy, to Dr. Arnold
Furgang of Arlington. Va.
The future bridegroom is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. William Furgang
of New York City.
The couple will be married in
October.
Anne Marie Hertz
Becomes the Bride
Of Peter H. Betti
A small family wedding at the
home of the bride's brother and
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen
A. Hertz, united the former Anne
Marie Hertz and Peter H. Betti in
marriage Sunday, Oct. 3.
The nuptials were followed by a
champagne breakfast for the new-
iyweds. whose parents are Mr. and
Mrs. David Hertz, 321 NW 45th
Ave., and Mr. and Mrs. Humbert
S. Betti of Demarest, N.J. Among
the honored guests were Harry
Hertz, the bride's paternal grand-
father, and Margaret Ellis, the
groom's maternal grandmother.
Attending the couple were Bar-
bara Wasser, maid of honor, and
the groom's brother, Robert Betti,
best man. The bride's cousins,
Barbara and Edward Capp, served
as flower girl and ring bearer.
The new Mrs. Betti is a gradu-
ate of Miami Senior High School
and the American University in
Washington, D.C., where she was
president of Alpha Epsilon Phi
sorority. Her husband is a gradu-
ate of Fordham Prep School in
New York, and the American Uni-
versity School of International
Service. He served as president of
Zeta Beta Tau fraternity and of
Omicron Delta Kappa honor so-
ciety, and was elected to "Who's
Who in American Colleges and
Universities." Mr. Betti is present-
MRS. PETER H. BETTI
ly employed with H. Betti and
Sons in New Jersey.
After a honeymoon in Jamaica,
I Mr. and Mrs. Betti will make theis
home in Saddle Brook, N.J. ,
Harry levy To 'Referee' H
Harry Levy, president of Voters,
Incorporated, will "referee" the
group's open forum in the audito-
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1234 Washington Ave., Tuesday at
8:15 p.m. All mayoralty and coun-
cilmanic candidates will appear in
what is billed as a "Miami Beach*
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Friday, October 8, 1971
UNDER THE STRICT AND CONSTANT LOCAL RABBINICAL SUPERVISION OF RABBI TIBOR H. STERN
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meat and
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OCT. 11th 12th
1971
mers
Jhanhs Jo our for their patronage, may we wish xjou and your family
contentment, good health, and the fulfillment of your
deepest wish in life.
In Observance of Succoth All Food Fair Kosher Markets Will
Be Closed Monday and Tuesday, October 11th and 12th
WE URGE YOU TO DO YOUR SHOPPING EARLY
SO THAT WE MAY SERVE YOU BETTER
KASHRUTH SUPERVISION
REV. JACOB B. KAT2, Asi't Director REV. WILLIAM SHULMAN
10
WHOLESALE KOSHER MEAT AND POULTRY WHSE.
Sole* Managers: SUNNY and JACK
DEPARTMENT MANAGERS
MORRIS GROGER
HARVEY MEYERS
Supervisor PHILIP KATZ
SOI SEIGEl HARRY KATZ
2091 Coral Way, Miami
NOW 4 KOSHER MEAT and POULTRY MARKETS TO SERVE YOU BETTER
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fJenisfi ncrSdian
Page 9-9
J$ar JMitzvat.
Leonardo Moiman Steve Horwili
STEVEN HOKWITZ
Steven Joel, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur D. Horwitz, will be-
come' ii Bar Mitzvah at the Bi'th
Torah Congregation Saturday, Oct.
9.
Sloven, an eighth grade ohudont
at John F. Kennedy Junior High
School is a member of the pre-
confirmation class at Beth Torah's
Harold Wolk Religious School.
In Steven's honor, his parents
will sponsor the Kiddush following
the services. The guests will in-
clude his grandparents Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert H. Robins of Miami
Beach.
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MICHAF.L SCHIFF
Saturday, Oct. 9. during the
worship services at Beth David
Congregation, Michael Peter, the
son of Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Sehiff,
1910 SW 7th Ave., will be called to
the Torah as a Bar Mitzvah.
The celebrant, an eighth grade
student at Ransom School has at-
tended the Beth David Religious
School, five years.
Dr. and Mrs. Sehiff will host a
reception at their home in honor
of the occasion.
ft ft ft
FRAN KM N JACOBS
Franklin Norman, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jerry Jacobs, 1941 SW
,82nd Ct., will celebrate his Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Or Olom Satur-
d iy morning. Oct. 9.
Frank, an eighth grade student
.at Rockway Junior High School.
plays the violin in the school
orchestra.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacobs will host
"the Oneg Shabbat Friday evening
and the Kiddush following the cere-
monies Saturday.
Among guests will he Frank's
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Schwartz, and Mi's. Fay Jacobs of
New York City.
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LEONARDO MAIMAN
Leonardo, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Maiman of Surfside will
become Bar Mitzvah at Temple
Menorah, Saturday morning, Oct.
9.
Leonardo is a student at the
Hebrew Academy, where he is in
the eighth grade.
Following the services, the cele-
brant will be honored at a Kid-
dush in Temple Menorah's social
Hall; a reception and dinner hon-
oring Leonardo will be held at the
lie.mvillc Hotel Saturday evening.
ft ft ft
JONATHAN ABEL
Jonathan, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Philip Abel, 14720 NK 10th
Ave., North Miami, will be called
to the Torah as a Bar Mitzvah
Saturday, Oct. 9, at Beth Moshe
Congregation.
Jonathan is a student at North
Miami Junior High School, where
he Ls in the eighth grade.
Mr. and Mrs. Abel will sponsor
the Oneg Shabbat Friday night
and the Kiddush Saturday morn-
ing in their son's honor. Among
the guests will be his sister. Mrs.
Judith LevJne, who tlew in from
Israel for the occasion, and his
brother, Dr. Marshall Abel, a
Lieutenant Commander in the U.S.
Navy presently stationed at St.
Albans Naval Hospital, Queens,
II.. N.Y.
Local arrangements committee chairmen meeting with
national convention chairmen to finalize plans for the Oct.
17-21 21st national biennial convention of Women's Ameri-
can Oiganization for Rehabilitation Through Training (ORT)
hosted by the Southeastern Florida Region at the Diplomat
Hotel, included, from left, Mrs. Phillip Stark, chairman of the
executive committee; Mrs. Louis Baron, region convention
cochairman; Mrs. Jack Eisenberg, national convention chair-
man; Mrs. Henry Pressman, national convention cochair
man; Mrs. Leonard Pechenik, region president: (standing.
Mrs. Jerry Salles, Mrs. Fritzi Leit. Mrs. Donald Lefton. Mrs
Edward Levenson, Mrs. Sydney Kronish. Mrs. William
Green, Mrs. Harry Rosenblatt, Mrs. Morris Greenberg, Mrs
Russell Paul, Mrs. Syd Hoff.
Chandris America Lines
Appoints Frederic Sands
NEW YORK The appointment
oi Frederic P. Sands as vice presi-
dent-Marketing was announced by
Basil C. Zacharis, president of
Chandris America Lines.
Mr. Sands has been associated
ith public relations, advertising
and sales promotion in the steam-
ship industry since 19-Jfi. He served
as publicity director, director of
public relations and advertising,
and vice president in charge of
public relations and advertising
and was also responsible for the
introduction of 24 ships to the
public as well as the development
and implementation of marketing
plans for the new fleet during his
20 years with Grace Line. Prior to
joining Chandris America, he was
sice president-Public Relations and
Advertising, and a member of the
Prudential-Grace Lines Inc., exec-
utive committee.
A graduate of Princeton Univer-
Ity, Mr. Sands, who saw service as
a Lieutenant-Commander in the
U.S. Navy during World War II.
lives with his family In Ridge-
wood, N.J.
'V Women Meeting
Mrs. Lee Shapiro, president of
the "Y" Women, has announced a
regular meeting at the Central 'Y'
Wednesday at 10 a.m. with a guest
speaker from the new women's or-
ganization called MOTORAID.
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*Je*is9> fhrkR&n
Friday. October 8, 1971
Rabbi Ever Suffers Fatal I
Heart Attack At Services
Funeral services were held last
Friday under the direction of the
Riverside Normandy'Isle chai>ol
for Rabbi Dr. Isaac Hirsh Elver,
57, who suff. red a fatal heart at-
tack while official ins at Yom Kip-
pur services in Agudath Israel He-
brew Institute, Miami Beach.
A native of Poland, Habbi Kver,
founder and spiritual leader of the
synagogue, came to the United
States in 1926. He attended Ye-
shiva University and was ordained
by the New Haven Cleveland
Theological Seminary. The author
of several books, he was granted
a Doctor of Literature degree by
Burton College in Colorado.
Rabbi Kver was sent to Florida
as a field representative for Ye-
shiva University, where he served
from 1947 until 1949, when he was
named rabbi of rCneseth Israel
Congregation. Two years later he
resigned to form Ahavas Israel, an
Orthodox synagogue in the north-
ern part of.Miami Beach, wh,i,ch
later changed its name to Agudath
Israel Hebrew Institute, and re-
mained with that organization
until his death.
Rabbi Ever, director of the Or-
thodox Vaad Hakasharuth of Flor-
ida, headed a campaign to rais--
funds for the proposed Talmudic
Theological College of America, a
seminary which was to have been
located at 7801 Carlyle Ave Mi-
ami Beach. A past president of the
Mizrachi organization in Miami
Beach. Habbi Ever was also active
in Israel Bonds and numerous
other organizations.
Rabbi Ever is survived by his
wife, Trudy; sons Elliot, Judah,
Dennis and Sheldon; three sisters,
Lena Burstein, Pearl Mintz and
Shirley Cutler, and his brother,
David.
Temple Adath Yeshurun
Beginning Construction
MAX W AMMAN
Temple Adath Yeshurun will
kick off its $500,000 building pro-
gram Sunday at 1 p.m. with Sen.
Henry "Scoop"
Jackson turning
the first shovel-
ful of earth in
the groundbreak-
ing ceremonies
and delivering
the main ad-
dress. He will be
introduced by
another well-
known political
figure, Sen.
Harry Cain,
whom he defeated in the 1952
Washington state senatorial race.
Rabbi Milton Schlinsky will host
the event, which will be held on
the temple grounds, 1025 NE Mi-
ami Gardens Dr., North Miami
Beach. Also participating in the
program for this occasion will be
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, president
of the Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami; Mayor David Lap-
ham of North Miami Beach; Rep.
Sherman VVinn, Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz of Beth Torah Congregation
and Rabbi Ralph P. Kingsley of
Temple Sinai of North Dade, and
a number of other political and re-
ligious leaders.
Eli Pollack is serving as chair-
man of the groundbreaking cere-
monies; Richard Waldman is the
chairman of the temple's building
committee.
Max Waltzman is the current
president of Temple Adath Ye-
shurun; serving with him are
Charles Smook, honorary vice
president; David Adler, Harry
Goldkin and Joseph Liedman, vice
presidents; Herbert Aronson, fi-
nancial secretary; Naomi Neiman,
secretary; Morris Katz, chairman
of the board; Sam Brenner, vice
chairman; Jerry Neiman, Men's
Club president, and Evelyn Weitz,
president of the Sisterhood.
Local ORT Chapter
Meetings Announced
Local chapters of Women's
American ORT (Organization tor
Rehabilitation through Training)
with meetings scheduled include:
Bay Chapter, Monday at the
Montmartre Hotelfloral display
and arrangements by Mrs. Hensel.
Ocean Harbor, Wednesday, Har-
bour House South conference room
Charlotte Leibel, graphologist.
Coral Gables, Wednesday noon,
Temple ZamoraBen C. Green,
former research director of Bish-
opric, Green and Fielden. speaking
on Israel's internal problems.
Atlantic Shores, Thursday, Holi-
day Inn, 8701 Collins Ave.Mrs.
Alan Kole becomes president dur-
ing installation luncheon; musical
program follows.
Flamingo, 1 p.m. Thursday, 1200
i West Ave.Songs by Jen Rosen-
' berg and Isabel Heller, accompa-
nied by Bett De Witt.
Single Parents Sponsoring
Third Annual Charity Ball
Sin-.-' P irents of Miami Bea th,
a non-p? ifil organization of single.
widowed and divorced men and
v. >mei '.>', 25-48, i- sp insorlng
its third annual charity ball S
day, Oct. 2:). :;; ; ;. Fonl leau
Hotel's LaRonde Room., with thi
Milton Field Orch I ying foi
dancing from 9 p.m. ta 1 am
Tit. S3.50 each, which in-
cludes 1 drink, with the pro.
going to the "Save Our S. niors'
hot meal program.
Cochairmen for th" Bill are Mill
Littman and Cathl A. Taylor. The
ticket committee includes Charles
Basson. Carol Jacobs. Mollie Na-
yote. Stan Brody, Ida Zinner, Eva
Haber, Milt Littman Cathl A.
Tayor. Claire Hoffman. Ruth Tin-
enbaum, Adele Levy, Bea Weiner,
Sandy Bader, Jean Feldman, Fran
Weiner, Natalye Brown, Milton
Lyndon, Mildred Shouso, Dave Gel-
man, Sydell Goldstein, Dave Slom-
ovitz, Eileen Van Horn, Barney
Morris, Arthur Lawrence, Jack
Ratner, Lenny Kalecky, Doris
Hanff, Rita Simon, Lynda Felman,
Marilyn Morris, Sidney Lurio, Roz
DR. ISAAC HIRSH EVER
LEGAL NOTICE
^sb-.n. Shirley Lip^itz, Harold
Slate and Eileen Goodman.
The organization's goal is to
provide senior citizens participat-
ing in the hot men! program with
Thanksgiving, Chanukah, Christ-
! N< w Year meal at no
charge t 1 ihem or the City ol
Miami 1;, ach.
Persons di tiring further infor-
mation may contact Claire Hoff-
\ Eva II iber, Carol Jacobs or
Milt I ittman.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-4153 (PRIMM)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
IHVIN WE1NUUOFF
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate.
^ Oil are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of IRVIN WEINGKOFF
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 733.-
16, 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
be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 6th
day of Oct., A.D. 1971.
ROSE WEINGROFF
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the Sth day of October. 1971.
STEVEN" R. BERGER
Attorney for Executrix
650 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida 33132
1078-15-22-29
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
THE SOCIABL.ES at Suite 510, 420
I^ncoln Road. Miami Beach, Fla.,
33139 intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
CHARLOTTE ABKAMS
Sole Owner
PAUL KWITNEY of
KWITNEY and KIIOOP
Attorney for Applicant
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla. 33139
10/8-15-22-29
Fred Duran Candidate
For City Commission
Attorney Fred Duran. whose of-
fices are located at 28 W. Flagler
St.. has announced his candidacy
for a seat on the Miami City Com-
mission.
Mr. Duran has appointed Bill
Turner, David Stone and Dr. Car-
los Llanes as cochairmen of his
campaign, illustrating his ability
to bring together citizens from all
walks of life to work together for
a common purpose.
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. 71-19205
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
CHARLES HAFLEV, Husband
anil
LILI.1E KITH HAFLEV, Wife
TO: LILLIE RUTH HAFLEV
(Residence Unknown)
YOU ARE 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 DAVID E STONE. Of STONE A
SOSTCHIN l.AW OFFICES attor-
ney for Petitioner whose address is Inl
N.W. 12TH AVENUE -MIAMI. FLA.,
33130, and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court on
or before Nov. II, 1971; otherwise a
default win be entered agalnsi you
for the relief demanded in the com-
plain! or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH l'l.< IRI1 HAN
WITNESS my hand and the sen]
of said court nt .Miami, Florida on
this 6 das of (>ot 1971.
E. B LEATHERMAN,
A i !lerk, < III cull Court
11 le County. Florida
Bj R M KI8SBE
As Deputy Clerk
(Clrcull Courl Seal)
l>A\'ll i i: STI >\'E. ESQ.
I"l N.W. i-'t)i A\......
.Miami. Florida
aitoraey for Petitioner
10/8-13-22-29
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
.NOTICE is HEREBY aiVBN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious mime
Ol ORANQB PARK APARTMENTS at
5880 Bouth Dixie Highway, So. Miami.
Florida. 11141 intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
RAY BBRRIN
REUBEN BERG STEIN
10/1-8-15-22
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of A AABCO CRUISE CENTER at
6985 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach,
Fla. intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
MORTON GALEN
GEORGE BERGER
9/24 10/1-8-15
Obituaries
EVER
Dr. Isaac, Rabbi, 58, .-,25 78th St.,
passed away Tuesday. He came here
22 years ago from Brooklyn. Sur-
vived by wife Trudy, sons Elliot,
Judah, Dennis, and Sheldon; brother
David of New York, and sisters
Lena Burstein, Pearl Mints, and
Shirley Cutler of New York. Serv-
ices were held Friday, at the River-
side Memorial Chapel, 1250 Nor-
ma'ndy Drive, Interment in Vista
Memorial Gardens.
BROOKS
Morris, the founder of Temple Beth
Tov, residing at 520 S.W. 62nd Ct.,
passed away Shabbos. Oct. 2. at
South Miami Hospital. He was a
Miami resident for 20 years, assist-
ing at all* High Holiday services
since the founding of the temple at
his home. Mr. Brooks who lost his
dearly beloved wife, Gussie, last
April, is survived by his daughter
Djuretta Allain, granddaughter
Melodye Allain. a grandson Stuart
Brooks of Chicago, his son-in-law
Conrad Allain and a niece, Irene
Wolfson, who resided with him.
Funeral services were held at the
Gordon Funeral Home, with Inter-
ment in Mt. Sinai.
CHADROW. Edgar D., 4301 N.W.
49th Ter. Newman.
DEM BO, Isidore, 77 1422 Collins Ave..
M.B. Riverside.
DURBEN, Jacob S., 73. 16740 N.E
15th Ave. Newman.
FISHMAN, Samuel. 84, 610 74th St..
M.B. Riverside.
KATZ, Ben L.. 69, 7525 E. Treasure
Dr. Riverside.
KUBLIN, Milton. 69. 1750 N.E. 191st
St. I^evitt.
HARRIS, Elizabeth, 73, 220 N.W.
177th St. Newman.
KRAVETZ, Maurice, 65, 1451 N.E.
169th St. Riverside
ROOTEN. Estelle W., 75, 2371 Collins
Ave., M.B. Riverside.
ROTH, Paul B., 76. 425 Ocean Dr.,
M.B. Riverside.
SHACTER, Frank, 93, 30 Malaga Ave.,
Coral Gables. Gordon.
WIENER, Isidore. 76. 14700 S.W.
79th Court. Gordon. Interment Mt.
Sinai.
BARBER, Sara, 72, 55(in Gartield St.,
Hollywood. Gordon. Interment Mt
Nebo.
BERMAN, Henry H.. 75, 1192" N W
14th Ave. Riverside.
FRANKE. Jack. 79, 1750(1 N.W. 9th
PI. Levitt Interment Mt. Nebo.
GRISPI, Vito, 68. 820 Bird 8l M B
New man.
KLEIN. Ethel. 65, 926 Michigan Ave
M.B. Riverside.
PARETS. Morris, 80, 1500 Bnv Road,
M.B. Blasberg
weinstein, Annie Shapiro, 74, 2131
S.W. 20th St. Gordon. Interment
Mt Sinai.
BALBER. Sara. 72. 5SO0 Garfleld si .
Hollywood. Gordon. Interment Ml
Nebo,
BROWN, Itea, 71. 2030 S. Ocean Pr,
Hallan lale, Levitt. Interment Mt'
Nebo
DIETRICH. Eugene M.. S4. 1608 Drox-
el Ave m.b, Riverside.
grossgold. Eva Qreengold, vr,
1345 Drexel Ave. Mil Riv.-r-ide
kalmus, Fred, S3 1R30 N.E 191st I
St., n.m.h. Rlversldi i
KV,E,.N; K""'1' ''' ''-'' Michigan Ave.
M B Riverside
lewis. Irene, 78, 151 \ i: 52nd s* I
Blasberg. Interment Ml >.':
MATTES. Leah, 85, 1801 Lincoln Rd I
M It. Blai hers
PRACHTENBERG. Nathan 74 1150 '
Rui lid Ave M H Blasl.....ar
bendel, I..,,, 78, 14:.:. x Treasure
I >r.. \l I! Gordon.
Bennett. Alexander Bnenlsch 46
i 1644 s.w 83rd i" '.....Ion.
BERK, Anna. 68, ls-in s. Ocean Dr.,
n.'Mandate, Rlvi rslde.

Member:
National Funeral
Directors Assn.
Florida Funeral
Directors Assn.
J.F.D.A.
KREISSMAN, Gussie, 78. 1351 Euclid
Ave.. M.B. Riverside.
LA IT IN. Sarah, 83. 42 Collins Ave.
Riverside.
LEVY, Hanna, 76, 151 N.E. 52nd St.
Riverside.
LOVE, Elfie, 63, 1757 James Ave..
M.B. Riverside.
MOSSMAN, Jacob. 72, 5101 Collins
Ave. Riverside.
GOLDEN, Hyman. 60. 2375 N.E. 173rd
St. I-evitt.
GROSSGOLD Isndore. 74, 1345 Drexel
Ave., M.B. Riverside.
NAISEL, Julius, 59. 1400 N.W. 10th
Ave. Newman.
REISMAN, Morris. 74, 825 Washing-
ton Ave., M.B. Gordon.
SHELDON, Betty, 6998, S.W. 8th St.
Gordon.
STUART, Irving, 61, 1940 N.E. ISStb,
St., N.M.B. Riverside
ZEFFERT, William. 74, 6917 Collins
Ave.. M.B. Newman. Interment ML
Nebo.
FRANK EL, Gustavo A.. 71, 3801 S.
Ocean Dr., Hollywood. Riverside.
GREETZMAN, Yetta, 644 Euclid Ave
M.B. Riverside.
HOFFMAN, Joseph, 75. 5001 Collins
Ave., M.B. Riverside.
PARANSKY, William. 82. 1155 Mar-
seilles Dr., Mil. Blasberg.
SCHARLIN, Irving, 82, 3801 Collins
Ave., M.B. Blasberg. Interme'nt Mt,
Nebo.
FRIEDMAN, Anna. 70. 144 N.E. 9th
Ct., Homestead. Riverside.
FRIEDMAN, Michael. 80, 3800 Col-
lins Ave., M.B. Gordon.
JOSEPH, Jacob M., 85, 9290 S.W. 150th
St. Gordon.
JOSKOWITZ, Maler. 77. 2315 Pine
Tree Dr., M.B. Riverside.
KISSEN, Jacob, 90. 411 N.W. 19th
Ave. Gordon. Interment Mt. Nebo.
PILZER. Stanford David, 47, 1150
lonth St., Bay Harbor Island. River-
side.
ROBBINS, Florence. 7525 E. Treas-
ure Dr., North Bay Village. River-
side. Interment Mt. Nebo.
SAGER. Ada, 65, 3621 Collins Ave..
M.B. Riverside,
SNIDER, Sophie, 73. 1701 Collins Ave.,
M.B, Blasberg.
WAND, William. 88, 6395 Collins Ave.,
M.B, Riverside. Interment ML Nebo.
WEINSTEIN. Hos,., ;;. 77J11 Hvron
Ave., m.b. Riverside
COHEN, Ida, 94. 1876 S.W. loth St.
Riverside. Interment Mt. Nebo.
FEDERMAN, Joseph, 69. 1531 Gar-
field St. Hollywood, Riverside
GARFINKLE. Abraham, 59, 1S00 S.
Glades Dr. Riverside.
GOTTEHRER, Edward, 71. S47 N.
Shore I >r. Rlvei Bide
LOWY, Eleanor. 70. 1791 N.W. 15704
Ter.. North Miami Riverside.
MARCUS. Max, SB, 1501 N.E. Miami
Gardens Dr. Riverside.
MILLER, Elias. 78, 11.17 Jefferson
Ave M.B Riverside.
SELIGMAN, Max 88 1010 Washing-
ton Ave M.B. Blasberg.
WEINREB. Marcus, VI, 1585 N.B.
138th si Levitt
ACHTSAM, Marsha, To, 1215 Drexel
Ave M.B, N.v. 1
M 11 Blasberg.
KLYMAN Abe, 70 4'0 80th St.,
malin. Birdie s 69, 276S \" E. :th
Ave Blasberg.
PLOTK'N. Max, 78, 1.....1 Collins Ave..
M.B. Blasl.ere.
SENEY, Edgar P., 49, 462 Golden.
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M.B Riverside,
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Open f*ery Day e c/pied Sabbath
J40 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583
Mian.i's Only Strictly' Jewish
." <. *M>nument Dealer
130 S*r*M, flat Snssj
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Page 11 -B
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
.1 EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
" of FLORIDA IN AND FOR
5ADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
,AU 71-17981
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
H^NDBTBRRt BAKCARO. and
ITHON* DOMlMGK ItARCARO.
Mitlionv Domlnick Burcaro
,. o Frank Iiarowo
T3V0 Hunting Place
j-niladclphin, Pa. 18JM .,.
,u ANTHONY DoMiNICK T1AR-
IRti are hereby notified thai :i
(i of Complaint fr Divorce ha
filed against you. and you are
huircd to Berve a copy of your An-
Pleading lo the Kill of C.m-
un the Plaintiff's attorney,
11IFKT H. UURN8. ESQUIRE, 350
, ..jii ltd. Miami lieiu.-h, Fla. and
the original Answer or Pleading
| Hi, office of the Clerk of the Cir-
"ourt on or before the 87th da>' 01
inlwr 1171. If you fH" lo <' so,
Mgnnnl by default will be taken
in.-t you for the relief demand,d
| lh. Hill of Complaint.
I'his notice shall be published once
h week for four consecutive weeks
ITHK JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
I)ONK AND ORDERED at Miami,
',i this 17th day of Sept. A.D.
I-; I! 1.i:\TIIERMAN. Clerk
Ircult Court, Dade County. Florida
Bl : I. SNBBDBN
Deputy Clerk
ii.iiii Court Seal)
iHBItT II BURNS, ESQUIRE
1,1.....In ltd
nil Reach. Fla.
,iev for Plaintiff r.si-1241
!" 24 10/1 -8-15
NOTICE OF ACTION
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
IDADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-18230
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
IK THE MARRIAGE OF:
Dl'.ERT STEVEN FBIO, HUSBAND
IIARHARA KICK:, WIFE
BARBARA FBIO
: Heights Road
llldgew.....i. \ Jersey
Vou. BARBARA FBIO, are hereby
,i I fled thai a Bill "f Complaint for
t-orce ha* been filed against you,
id \ou are required to serve a copy
your Answer or Pleading to the
I i Complaint ou the Plaintiff's
rnej STONE & SOSTCHIN, 11
v i Hi Avenue, Miami. Florida
id file the original Answer or
adliiK in the office of the Clerk
the Circuit Courl on or before the
Hi day of October, 1971, if you
:! to do so, Judgment by default will
..i., n against you for th.- relief
... ,i In the Kill of Complaint.
This notice .shall he published once
week for four consecutive weeks
THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
|' >.\K AND ORDBRBD at Miami.
nrida, this 22nd day of Sept. A.D.
i: K. WEATHERMAN, Clerk.
'.r, uil Court. Dade County. Florida
B) N. A HKWKTT
rn-nuty Clerk
. nil court Seal)
jillermo Knstchfn
D >NK K SOSTCHIN'
I N.W. 1!th Avenue
iaml. Florida 33130
'oriiev.s fur- I'larntiff
(/< in'I -S-1K
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE umCUIl CUUHI OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTON NO. 71-17536
ACTON FOR DSSOLUTON
OF MARRIAGE
IN RB:
JOYCE ANN HAVENS, Petitioner
gild
JOHN M HAVENS. Respondent
TO: JOHN M. HAVENS
Residence Unknown
Yor ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution oi Mar-
riage has li,-. n riled against you and
>. your written defenses, if any, to ft on
HOWARD F. ri.I.MAN, attorney fot
Petitioner, whose address is 350 l.in-
bOln Ud. Miami Beach, Florida, and
file the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before No-
vember 12th, I071i otherwise a de-
fault will 1.....iterod against von tor
the relief demanded in the complaint
or petition.
This notice shall lie published on-
each Week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH PLOR1DIAN,
WITNESS my hand and th* seal
of said court at Miami. Florida on
this 1th day of t ict 1971
B H I.EATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
Kv |< M. k'lSSEK
As Deputy Clerk
ICil nit Courl Seall
HOWARD F. II. I.MAN
Attoi ney for Petitioner
3f.il 1 incoln ltd
Miami Beach, Fla.
10/8-15-22-29
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 71-17293
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In HE: The Marriage of:
DENNIS QEOROK TRAVERS.
Husband
and
AI.ICB-TMYIES TRAVERS,
Wile
To: AUCE DA VIES TRAVERS
B7 Ml Bethel
Warren. New Jersey njQSO
TOP ARE HEItEKY NoT*TFin
that a Petition for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you, and
von are hereby required to serve a
copy of your answer or other plead-
ing to th. Petition on the Husband'*
attorney LESTER ROGERS, whose
Address is 14.".4 N.W. 17th Avenue.
Miami. Florida. 3312'.. and file the
Clerk of the above styled Court, on
Or before the 20th day of Oct.. ti.71
or a Default Will be entered against
you.
Dated this 9th day of Sept., 1971.
E B. I.EATHERMAN
Clerk ol ( 'iiouit Court
By: li M KISBEE
Deputy i'' nrk
ti 'Ircult court Seal)
9/17-M 10'i-s
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undecslgned, desiring to engage in
liuslness under the fictitious name of
DOVE APARTMENTS nl 7327 I xn
Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida .
in register said uann with tin Cli
f ihe Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
- BENJAMIN SPERLING
s MOI iv SPERLING
NELSON k FELDMAN
Attnrni '-s for
Benjamin k Molly Sperling
113.". Kane Concourse
Miami Reach, Fla. 33134
-1. i"] 6
Id 8.15.22-29
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 'liit
the undersigned, desiring to engage
i:i business under the fictitious name
of El. MESON MADRILBNO at lf'S
Southwest Mh Street, Miami. Florida
Intends to register said nanv
clerk of the Circuit Court
County, Florida.
ft Meson Madrileno
By: Kmllio Marquea
l .i.ia Marques
HERRBRT WA1 L
Attorney for Emilio and l.ola Mnrquez
io/a-ts-u-ti
with the
,,f Pad*
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 71-18103
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
UK: The Marriage of:
il'.HKT RUDOLPH BENSON,
HUSBAND
and
sSIK LOUISE KKNSOX. i.
.'IKK.
U' ALRBRT UCDOl.rH REN-
. Husband. IS43 B. Harding Ave
K. College Park, Georgia, ARE
CKHRY NOTIFIED to file vour
iten defense to this divot., with
Court's Clerk and serve a cony
Plaintiffs Attorneys, VON
I FT A BMITH, isi- Capital Bank
Miami, Florida on nr before
h day of October. 1971, else
(Complaint will be taken as con-
id.
jiTED: September 2". 1971.
11 l.l'.AT'l ERM \N. ci ERK
B) : c P COPE1 AND
Deputy clerk
buit Court Scan
g n in l-g-15
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
TI 'E is HEREBY GIVEN that
i i Igned, di siring to engage
under the fictitious name
111-: WICKER GARDEN at 800
tfSth Sir.....I. North Miami. Fla.
Inti ntl to register said name
the ci. rk of the circuit < 'out I ol
County, Floi Ida.
,11 ISEPH 'I t \vi;
KERNARD Gift IBS
DV FBI 1 'MAN'
i ys for Applicants
Concourse
ii. Fla. 88164
9/17-24 10/1-8
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tint
the undersigned, desiring to encage
In business under the fictitious name
of HARRY W. CHAFF. M.D. at Du-
1'ont Plasa Center. Miami. Florida in-
tends to register said name with 'be
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
HARRY W. GRAFF. M.D. PA.
BPARBER, ZEM.EL, ROSKIN *i
HEII.nRONNER PA.
Attorneys for applicant
too N. Blscayne Boulevard
Miami. Fiorida j.15.28.29
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBRERY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
buslnesf under the fictitious name ,.
MORTON S NoTAHll'S. M.D a! Du-
Ponl Plaia Center, Miami. Florida in-
tend- to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
mi IRTON H NOTARIITS, M D P V.
SPARKEK, ZBMEI-. ROSKIN Ac
HE1UHRONNKR P \
Attorneys for Applicant
i, \ i ... i... Lkiulevard
Miami. Florida
IE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
/ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
kDE COUNTY, FLORIDA
71-18605
NOTICE TO DEFEND
L.DTION OF MARRIAGE
ih'HARD MoRRISONi,
ind
rnd
II V MAY I.ANGONE
TSON, Wife)
ROTIIY MAY I.ANGONE
HORR1SON
J 174
persvllle. Marvland
ARE HEItEKY NOTIFIED
mit for Dissolution of Mar-
Pi been filed aeainst you by
UCHAilD MORRISON, and
hereby reijuired to serve a
.'our answer or other defen-
sdlngii upon MARTIN l.EM-
Vttorney for Husband. r,s41
Boulevard. Miami. Florida.
to file the original thereof
Clerk of the above-styled
or before November 1. 1971
Default will be entered
this 27 day of September,
'RATHERMAN. CI.ERK
iY G M. WOOPARD
Deouty Clerk
l-ourt Seal)
10/1-8-15-22
NOTICE UNnF.il
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERBRY GIVEN th it
the u di rsigni d, di I
, u undder Ihe i litlou
f HOMEFINDERS
Si >i THERN
HOMEFINDERS. HOMEFINDERS '
AMERICA, HOMEFINDERS Ol
pi mm \ I 242S Blscaym Blvd
'. .....I, i- ridn intend; I
names with the Clerk ol h. Clrcu
Court of I >atl '"...I ity, t orida.
JOHN SGR( l
STi i VI". .': Si ISTCHIN
\,.. rne\ for John Sro
101 N W. 12th Avenue
.Miami. 1- loridu U31S0
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DAUE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-2575
(ARTHUR W. PRIMM)
NO~ICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
Ji >SEPH FROMKIN
Di i eased.
To All Credllors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Agalnsl Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired '" present any claims and de-
mands which vou may have against
ei tati ol JOSEPH FROMKIN de-
ceased late of Had" County, Florida.
to the County Judges of l *. ii Coun-
nd file the same in duplicate
and as provided in Section 7:1.1 11.
Florida Statutes, in their offices In
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within siv calendar
months from the time nf the first
publication hereof, or the same will
li. ban d
Dated al Miami. Florida, this lth
day nf September, A.D. 1971
SARA ANN FROMKIN
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
th. ITih daj of Sentember, 1971.
BARRETT M ROTHENBBRO
Attorney for Executrix
-, Bis. a} n. Bulldhlg, Miami
I. 17--J1 U/l-S
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 7'-34'6
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate nf
RCTH GOLDSTEIN
I l. .eased
To ah creditor, and All Persons Hav-
i ing claims or Demands Against Bald
IN'ale:
I You are hereby notified and n-
; mitred to present any claims and de-
i mands which you may have saalnst
i the estate of RCTH GOLDSTEIN, de-
ic.ised late of Dade County. Florida.
to the County Judges of Dade County.
i and file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 7:1.1 16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the Coun-
I ty Courthouse In Dade County. Flor-
. Ida, within six calendar months from
! the time of the first publication here-
; of. or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 2nd
day of Sewember. A.D. 197]
FRIEDA GOLDSTEIN
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
ihe 17th day of Sentember, 1971.
BRBSLOW k RETTER
' Attorney for Executrix
100S-6Congress Bldg., Miami. Fla.
IN THI COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No 71-3398
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
ANNA RBRGER
11. used
To \ll Creditors and All Persons Hay-
i,lmp or !' mands Against said
You are hereby notified and re-
quired io present any claims and di -
,1. i, ,-nu may have arainsl
: ihe esi t. "I VNNA BEROER de-
, I inde Cou ity, I- lorlda,
..i,i... of l ade i' u'
.1 the same In duplicate
.,, i ns provided In Section 733 16,
Florida I wtules, In their nffli es Hi
,i;, i lun Coui ib. a in Dade t oun-
u Florida, v Ithin six calendar
. ti,.. time of the first
he.....f, or the sane- will
i. tod nl Miami. Florida, this 9th
din if septi mbi A.D 1971
PRE!) sin ICHET
As Executor
y i publication of this not i n
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. 71-18770
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
The Marriage ( if:
SUSAN PA VIS, Petitioner-Wife
and
ci.ifi-'i hid D i'.wis. Respondent-
Husbaifd
TO: CLIFFORD D. PA VIS
154 East Hillside Road
Harrington, Illinois
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that n.i action for Dissolution of
.Marriage has been filed against vou
and you are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses, if any, to
it on Howard F. I'l.I.MAN, attor-
ney for Petitioner, wln.se address is
160 Lincoln Road .Miami Reach. Flor-
ida, and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court on or
before November i-th. 1971; other-
i' i>. .i default ill be entered against
you for the relief demanded hi the
complaint or petition.
Tiiis notice shall lie published once
each we.-u for four consecutive weeks
in Tin: JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal nl
said court at Miami. Florida on this
29th day of September, 1971.
E i: LEATHHRMAN,
,\s t'lerk. i'Ircult Court
I inde < 'ounly, Florida
Iiy D I. CURRY
Ai Deputy Clerk
|i 'ircuii 'ourl Seal l
HOWARD !' I'l.I.MAN
:ir,n Lincoln Read
Miami Beach, Florlds
Attorney for Petitioner
I" S-15-22-29
IEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-2963
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
EDITH I.IDI'.lt.MAN
1 Ice eased.
To All Creditors and All Person- II.
Ing Claims or Demands Against Bs I
Estate:
\ ou are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and d
in,mils which you may have autln i
the estate of EDITH LinpRMAN d
j ceased .ate Of Dade County, Florid
, to the County Judges of Dade Count
'and file the same in duplicate and :-
provided in Section 7::::.Ml, Flon
Statutes, in their offices in the Cou
I ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flo-
Ida, within six calendar months fro. .
the time of the first publication hei
of. or the same will be barriKl.
Dated at .Miami, Florida this 21
day of September, ad. 1971.
CITY NATIONAL BANK OF
MIAMI REACH
By: .lames I.. Newman. Trust Office
As Co-E.xcutor
First publication of tills notice '
the 24th day of September, 1H7I
DAVID T. DERG
Attorney for City National Rank
Ml E. Flagler Si
Si '2< 10/1-8-18
IN THE COUNTY oUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-3885
(FRANK B. DOWLING)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
SIIIKI.I'.'. STERNBERO
lien axed.
Ti All Creditors .-.nd All Perso-nn Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Eslnte:
You ar. hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you in i\ have against
the .stale of SH1RI EY STERNHBRG
deceased Inti of Dade County. Florida, ,
lo th) ''ounty Judges of Dad.- Coun-
ty, ami me Hi.- same in duplicate
ind as provided i'.i Section 733.16,
Florida Statutes, In tlielr offices in
Ihe County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar mouths
rrom the lime of the first publication
hereof, or the sain, will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 29th
day of September. A.D 1971.
k i.OI'18 8TERNBERG
As Executor
First publication nf this notice on
the xth day of i ictober, 1971.
S II ISEPH SCHMIBR
Attorney for Executor
BAG l.iinoln Road
Miami Reach Fla.
10/8-15-22-29
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-3131 (PRIMM)
CORRECTED NOTICE
TO CREDITORS
In HE: Estate of
ROSE MITCHELL SIMON
I.....eased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You ar, hereby notified and re.
tuireil In ores, nl any claims and de-
mands which vou may have against
h. estate of ROSE MITCH EL SIMON
leceased late of nmlc County. Flor-
,,hi io the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided in Section 733.11'..
Florida Statutes, In their offices in
Dad. Conn-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 71-15858
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
MARCEL A. ALCINB
Husband,
JULIA MAE SMITH ALCINB.
Wife.
TO: JULIA MAE SMITH ALCINB
761 West Chur.b Street
Jacksonville, Fla.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEI
that a Petition for Dissolution
Marriage has been filed against you
and you are required to serve a coi
of your Answer or pleading to l
Petition on Plaintiffs attorney. ROB-
ERT R. WHITE, 1032 DuPont Bui
Ing Miami. Florida. 83131. and t
the original Answer or pleading
the office of the Clerk of till- Ci
cull Court on or before the :?Mh ,i i
of Oct., 1971. If yu fall t" do -
ludgmeiil bj tlefaull will be is
against you tor the relief dem.ii:
in Ihe I'etitio i
DATED at Miami. Florida, this I.
day of Pent., 1971.
E i: LEATHERMAN
Clerk oi Circuit Court
B) l: VI, KISSES
Deputy Clerk
fClrcull 'ourl Heal)
ROBERT R. WHITE
Attorn, v for i*i.i,itii'f
1""*J DuPont Building
Miami, Florida 33131
::;;i-7Rir.
. H 10/1-8-15
I NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIHLUIT COURT OF TH*
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 71-17279
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
; In RE: The Marriage of
DAVID \<> IBE, Husband
RBGINA CORNELL KOBE, Wife.
TO: RBGINA CORNELL KOBB
347 East 52nd Street
YOUeWARE 'HEREBY NOT/FIEC
thai an action for Dissolution ol Ma>
riage lias been filed against you a-t
you an required to serve a copy i vour written defenses. Ill an,,', t
on JACK
Petitioner,
Northwest
Ida, 88125,
the clerk
on or bef.
wls
tne County Courthouse In Dade I oun- ,h
|v, Florida. Within six calendar months- "
troni th. time of th,- firs' publication
I:. i, of. or th" sain.- will b, barred.
Dated nl Miami. Florida, tins 19 th
of lugusl A D ::'7I
IRVING Al BERT
\s Executor
IV.' nubllcit I Ion of this notice on
.. ,f n lob. r, 1971
JEPEW \V OA8SBX ft .ll'.IT.WAI
Rv JOSEPH 'i ^SSBN
Vtiornc i I utor
Bl! Dade Federal RWr
in i "
'

NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice IS HERERY GIVEN thai
the nod. r-ieii.d. desiring to engage in
.....s under the PftIMw narnol
[NATIONAL LIGHTING < EN-
TER ai Miami. Dade County. Florida,
intends to register said name wth
the Clerk "f the Circuit Court of Du
County. Florida. ,,,.. ,-,
INDUSTRIAL SITPPLTBS INt .
OF Fl ORIDA
By: Rernie Werntraub, President
HARRIS H SIKKIN. P.A.
Attorneys for ^nnllcant
12th Floor Dade Federal Bldg.
Miami. Florida ZZV.\ 10/S.ir,.^.o.20
l.
17-24 i '
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREIt^ GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fi. t it ious- nan..- ol
COREY A>ARTMBNTS at 733C. Ryron
Avenue. Miami lleach. Ftortd in-
l.iid to register said name withi th<
Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dade
County. Florida .....
. g/ BENJAMIN SPERLING
s MOI.I.Y SPERLING
NEl.SON & FEI.DMAN
Attorneys for
Benjamin & Molly Sperling
113.-. Kane Concourse
Miami Beach, Ma. 33154
WS-5716 l0/g-13-:2-29
h rtav of Sent 19
\i:'l ,1 M MYERS
I i i v for Executor
II -. s w Isl Sti
Miami, Florida 38180
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-3586
(FRANK B. DOWLING)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
MILDRED ROSENBERG,
Dec as, I ,,
Ta Ml Creditor* ami All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate: ,
You are hereby notified and re-
quired 10 present any claims anil de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of MILDRED ROSENBERG
deceased la t..... Dade County, Florida.
t the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty and file the same in duplicate
and as provided In Section 738.18. Flor-
ida Statutes, in Ihelr offices in the
Cbunty Courthouse In Dade County,
Florida, within six calendar months
from the time of the flrsl pUhlfcatli n
hei.of. or ihe san "ill he barred.
Dated at Miam<. Florida, this 19th
dav of Aut-nsi, AD 1971
JOSEPH ROSENBERG
.\s K\. outor
First publication "f this notice on
the 17th day ..f s.ct. mher, IMI.
FRISHMAN fc II IN
Attorney for Joseph Ros. iibetg,
Rxei-utor
,20 Lincoln Road 9/|7_24 ^^
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
NO. 71-2261 (DOWLING!
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN RE
if
VII ii A M. SI ILES,
1'- .i
To ALL CREDIT! IRS AND ALL
p [SONS HAVING CLAIMS <>H
DEMANDS AGAINST THE SAID
ESTATE ,
i ou are h.r. I \ notified and l'
quired to present a"> claims and de-
mands uhi.h you may have against
ihe estate ol \ IOLA M. SOLES, de-
ceased lati Dade < "ounty, Florida.
,,, the Cm, of Dade County
and file tin sain. I i duplicate and as
provided in Section 183.16. Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the Coun-
lurthouse in Dadi County. Flor-
ida, within ii ralendnr months from
the time of the flrsl publication here,
of, or the same will be barred.
Hated nl Miami. Florida, this 4 day
of i ict,,her. 1971
CAIDIN, ROTHBNRBRG, KOGAN A
KORNHU'M
Attorneys for the Bletate of
Viola M. Soles
:;ii.-, Riscayne liuiiding
Miami. Florida 83130
Tel: 379-1754
Barrett M. Rothenherg
in g-15-22-39
J. TAFFER, attorney t
whose address is 1709
.111 Street. Miami. Floi -
and file Ihe original wi'i
,f the above styled col- .
, October 16, 1971; oth-
default win i.....ntered agali
relief demanded In I >
petition.
Tills notice shall be published or.c
. .,, li weel. for four eons, eulive w. I
1 iii THE .!E\\ IS1I PIX>RIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the Si I
1 of said coun al Miami. Florida v
l, dav of s. oi. mher, 1971,
1'. B LE.XTHERMAN,
As Clerk, circuit Court
Diido i 'ountv. Florida
I C. 1, M I :\" AN'DEI!
\ De,'>ut) lerk
ilAWOFPirMOFJACKXTAFPEB
\ rthwesl Si" path Streel
Florida 3312S vl__41 ,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY c.IVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of GOLDEN TOUCH at 6981 Collins
tvenue, Miami Reach. Dade County,
Floi-Kln int.mis to register said name
with Ihe Clerk of the Circuit Court of
I lade ( 'ounty, Florida.
i i.i:m coup
Bj Morton Qarftnkel
President
RICHARD C.ROSS
Attorneys for Applicant
ByiJerry A. tiroes
10/8-15-22-29
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THF. CIRCUIT COURT OF TH-
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 71-18987
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
1\ RE:
q W. \ HERN V.NDI-:/..
Wife
and
lOSE I ITIS HERNANDEZ.
TO:UJOSE LUIS HERNANDBZ
ri i-:a-t Ninth Street (Apt No
New York. New York lOfitlO
VOU ARE IM'IIEI'.Y NOTIF1K I
hat an action for Dissolution of Mi
.Infra has i...... filed against you b i
you are required to serve a copy
vour written defenses, if any. to I
..., MARVIN Ross FRIEDMAN. B
torn.v for Petitioner, whose address
S W Eighth Street, Suite 1 I
Miami". Florida S318< and file tti I
original with the .lerk of the abovi
stvle.l court oo or before November
8. 1971; otherwise a default will M
entered against you for the relief de-
manded In the cnmnlalnl or petition
This notice shall be published on >
each Week for four COnSeCUtlVe wee I
o'l TH'-' .IFWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
WITNESS inv hand and the I
0f si,| courl at Miami. Florida >i
this 4th dav of October. 1871.
R R i UA'THERMAN.
A'- Chrk. Circuit Court
nail.- Coiouv Florida
V A HEW'ETT
As Do"ty Clerk
l\ -o-, io. ('ourl Rsali
pniPOMAN \ND I 1PCON
!7"7 s V S Street. Suite 119
M.-in, ptnrldo 8*184 (44r,-64S.r>>
Att.->-".\- fi"- t'e'.'ioner
MARVIN ROSS FRIEDMAN
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