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The Jewish Floridian
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
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Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
October 29, 1971

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

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

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University of Florida
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Preceded by:
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Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

Full Text
"Slewislli Ftaridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 44 Number 44
Miami, Florida Friday, October 29, 1971
Two Sections
Price 20 c
AS BREZHNEV ARRIVES IN FRANCE
Demonstrators Battle With
Communist Party Members
News Briefs
Libya Bans Cairo Paper
PARIS (WNS) Despite
... security measures. Jew-
j!< >t demonstrations erupt-
ed here tWa week as Soviet Corn-
et Party leader Leonid
Brezhnev arrived in Paris. While
French President Georges Pom-
ex tended a "royal wel-
come" to the Soviet leader at
Orly Airport, Jewish students
tried to break into the VIP en-
closure while carrying posters
denouncing Soviet dictatorship
an 1 anti-Jewish persecutions.
During the fighting which
broke out at Orly Airport be-
tween Jewish students and Com-
runist Party members, one Jew-
i-sli demonstrator was seriously
injured and was taken to a
hospital
In an unprecedented action,
S*>\ let Ambassador Piotr Abras-
simov had previously met with
leaders of the French Jewish
community and requested that
they dance] planned demonstra-
tion? duiftr { Brezhnev's vis.! to
France. French officials also in-
terceded with Jewish leaded to
request they either cancel the
demonstrations or keep them
under "firm control."
The 100 Jewish leaders who
met with Abrassimov included
representatives of so-called "pro-
gressive" groups known to be
friendly to the U.S.S.R. But they
surprised him by asking some
of the toughest questions yet
about the conditions of the Jews.
Following the meeting, some
Jewish leaders expressed the
opinion that the Soviets may
have begun to recognize "the
magnitude and seriousness" of
t!he problems of Soviet Jews.
Others were not so sure saying
"Many questions remain unan-
swered. The problem has not
been solved." Still others felt it
UN. Envoy Given 100,000 Petitions
might be worthwhile io cancel
Uk- demonstrations because "who
knows, maybe they will know
how to show their appreciation."
Abrassimov, who noted that
Russia was the first state to
recognize Israel in 1948, said the
U.S.S.R. "never in the past and
present, and will never in the
future, deny Israel's right to
exist as a free and independent
state."
Jews are free to leave the So-
viet Union except for those Jews
"who might strengthen Israel's
military potential," he said.
"There are at least 60,000 top
scientists and technicians of
Jewish origin in the Soviet
Union. They know all of our
secrets. The arrival of such 60,-
000 people m Israel, whb to-
gether with their families make
some 300,000 people, would not
only strengthen to an unbe-
lievable degree Israel's military
potential, it would weaken that
of the Soviet Union." he declared.
BEIRUT, Lebanon (WNS) The newspaper Al Destour re-
rted this week that Col. Musammc-r Chaddafi, leader of Libya's
ailing military junta, has personally banned Cairo's leading news-
paper, Al Ahram, from Libya.
Black Panthers Remain Abroad
JERUSALEM (WNS) Two of the three Black Panther lead-
ers who attended a world Panther congress in Bologna, Italy, Have
failed to return to Israel and one of them, Eli Abegezetr, said he
would not return. The returning Panther, Charlie Bitten, refused to
answer questions about the congress where the Israeli delegates met
representatives of the American Black Panthers and allied move-
ments. ]
U.S. Considering Broadcasts
WASHINGTON, D.C. Of i'icLus of the United States Informa-
tion Agency and the VS. State Department tokl a leadership dele-
gation of the national Orthodox youth movement Zeireri Agudath
Israel of America, that the government was "actively oansidlering"
new means of reaching Russia's three million Jews on the Voice of
America broadcasts to Russia. The delegation held separate meet-
ings with Jim Tuohey, political officer of the USIA, and Jack Mat-
lock, head of the State Department.
Mrs. David M. Goldring Elected
HOLLYWOOD Mrs. David M. Goldring of Maplcwond, N.J.,
was elected national president of Women's American ORT by the
1,700 delegates representing the organization's nearly 100,000 mem-
bers from coast-to-coast at the final session of its 21st biennial
national convention last week. Mrs. Goldring pledged "an era of
greater ORT activity, of greater ORT response to the needs of
Jews throughout all parts of the world for vocational education."
I'NITED NATIONS, N.Y.
More than 100,000 petitions urg-
ing the Soviet government to al-
low Jews to leave the U.S.S.R.
presented last week to
George Bush, VS. Ambassador
t> the United Nations, by Philip
E. Hoffman, president of the
American Jewish Committee, and
Re. Sidney Yates (D.. 111.', a
r U.S. delegate to the U.N.
Trusteeship Council.
The petitions, which had prc-
ly been presented to the
Soviet Embassy in Washington
but were refused by officials
demanded that Soviet lcad-
era grant the legal right of Jews
i:i Russia to emigrate.
The petitions, which declared
that the right of emigration,
contained in the Universal Dec-
laration of Human Rights, a
part of the U.N. Charter was
"clear and unequivocal" and that
the Soviet government was "a
party to this essential human
right." also called on the Soviet
government to "stop your in-
human persecution of the Jews
in the Soviet Union,"
Mr. Hoffman, r-rosentine the
petitions to Ambassador Bush,
urged him to "do whatever is in
your power to ensure that the
appeals for the basic human
rights on the part of Jews in
the Soviet Union be heard and
heeded in the halls of the United
Nations. Our enemy is silence.
With no protest, no focus of
world opinion on the Soviet
crimes, the obliteration of Jew-
ish life in the Soviet Union is
a tragic surety."
Sunday Afternoon Peace Rally
Set In Bayfront Auditorium
One of Florida's most signifi-
cant efforts in the end-the-war
movement will be highlighted
Sunday afternoon with the ob-
servance of Community Com-
mitment Day for Peace in
Southeast Asia. The area-wide
meeting will be held from 2 to
6 p.m. at the Bayfront Auditor-
ium in downtown Miami.
Leadership for the program
has been provided by the Na-
tioal Council of Jewish Women,
Church Women United (North
and South), the National Coun-


Is America Doomed?
PART IV
Three Ways of Dying
I
(EDITOR'S NOTE: This Is the
l mill of a five-part series on the
i iheclM of American doom).
^1'ART FROM the doubtful
chance of nuclear suicide,
are three ways by which a
civilization like American might
die. One is by strangulation, a
ond by violent revolution, a
third by ci\il war.
Will we die of strangulation?
1 use the term to cover all the
possible forms of pollution, con-
on and sheer unlivability. I
find among many a particular
willingness to believe that in our
we will be dying off bv air
water pollution, or that ev-
ai-r will come to a halt by
rtt traffic tie-up, or the civ-
,i:' n will simply die by hav-
; no standing room left for the
By MAX LERNER
new hordes of children.
If the movement to rescue
the environment had not emerg-
ed, something like this night-
mare might some day come true.
But the energy and zeal with
which the young and old of ev-
ery region got into action to
fight the corporations, pressure
the legislators, and stir their
countrymen is a prime instance
of the self-corrective capacity
in American life. This effort to
halt the ecological and social
blight and humanize the environ-
ments is one of the healthiest as-
pects of the American revolution
of today.
THE NEW attitude toward
marriage, joined with the fear
of overcrowding, have already
had a dramatic effect on the
birth pate. They have turned the
population curve around and
transformed the earlier baby
>** .'5S-V-,
1 j
boom into a baby bust. There is
less danger today than 10 years
ago that America will die of
drowning in a sea of people.
There is also less chance that it
will die of pollution which it is
showing the capacity to arrest
and turn back.
Will we die of violent revolu-
tion? "If there is no revolution-
ary situation," said Che Guevara,
"we will create one." It was an
example of the buoyant opti-
mism which finally tangled him
in his death. Lenin defined a
revolutionary situation as one
in which it has become clear that
the rulers can no longer rule,
and the ruled are no longer will-
ing to be ruled.
By this standard there is no
BOber student of revolutions,
fn>m Hannah Arendt to Herbert
Marcuse, who would assert that
(Continued on Page 13-A)
cil of Negro Women and the
Young Women's Christian As-
sociation.
One of the aims of Commit-
ment for Peace is to encourage
Dade Countians to become more
active and involved in influenc-
ing United States foreign policy
towards striving for internation-
al peace and security by imme-
diately and totally withdrawing
all United States forces from
Southeast Asia.
The NCJW national conven-
tion last March initiated the
countrywide campaign for peace
when a Miami delegate, Mrs.
Alan Stoler, introduced a reso-
lution calling for immediate
withdrawal of American troops
not only from Vietnam, but also
from Laos, Cambodia and Thai-
land.
A similar resolution was pass-
ed last May by the Greater Mi-
ami Rabbinical Association, call-
ing on President Nixon "to
bring about the end of the war
in Southeast Asia at the earliest
possible date."
Organizers of Sunday's ob-
servance say some 300 groups,
including scores of church
groups and Jewish organiza-
tions, are backing the rally.
Those supporting the meeting at
the Biscayne Boulevard audi-
torium include the Rev. Edward
Graham. Miami City commis-
sioner, and Sister Marie Carol
Hurley.
In supporting the Commit-
ment for Peace Day Rally, she
stated "Any net of war is a
crime against CM himself. We
can sm|Mrt this action for
peace-"
Church Women United of
Greater Miami passed a resolu-
tion which stated in part that
America must be "prepared to
lose face at the cost of peace."
The Dade County Commission
(Continued on Page 9-A)
Emigration Hinges
On Mideast Peace,
Kosygin Declares
OTTAWA (WNS) During
his visit to Canada, Soviet Pre-
mier Alexei N. Kosygin told a
closed Parliamentary session
that no substantial emigration
of Soviet Jews to Israel will be
permitted until peace comes to
the Middle East.
In response to MP's questions
regarding conditions of Jews in
the USSR and his government's
policy towards them, the Pre-
mier said, "There are no restric-
tions to emigration except one.
Israel is occupying Arab lands
and there will be no peace in the
Middle East until Israel with-
draws to its original boundaries.
We don't want to supply soldiers
for Israel's Army."
Mr. Kosygin defended the So-
viet government's treatment of
minorities. "There are dissidents
In every country," he added. "We
can send you some." He said he
knows of no cases where Jews
had been imprisoned and any-
way he couldn't personally un-
d( i take to free a particular in-
dividual sentenced by the courts.
Denying there was suppres-
sion of Jewish cultural rights in
the USSR, Kosygin said the
Jews constitute 9'i of the Sov-
iet population, but there are
nine times as many Jews with
higher education than other
Russians, and 17 times as many
as other national groups.


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vJmUti Hcri(M&n
Friday. October 29. 1971
Red Magen David, Hadassah
Join In Cardiac Experiment
\>.. Jos. |'h Kott, chairman of
Magen David Adorn. Israel's of-
ficwl I'.-ti FroSQ service and Dr.
Shi-, mo RageL head of the Inten-
sive cardiac care center at Hadas-
sah-Hebrew I'niv.rsity Medical
C oter In Jerusalem have begun a
>,. a expi rim. rt in Car-liuc fare.
Specially-designed Magen David
Adorn ambulances, provided by
American Red. Max<*n David for
Israi l. win respond to heart at-
tack easkJ in the Israeli capital.
The anbul:mc constructed to allow physicians to
attend patients during their trans-
poil.it.un to tile hospital.
Designed to tx Intensive cardiac
ran wards en wheels, the ambu-
Americon Legion Post 98
Sponsors Drug Seminar
i n. i o lit Di i'_- Ah si minar
) Id hI An gion Hall.
i Circle, Coral Gabl s
was ii d by Coral Gal
PoSl '.'...
ir G nand< r.
Drs J 1 [i inta B- n
S pard i xplaine i th ways in
neip
in ictually I
ic condil ions I it now
I if the Si
I.>. .'.. iin ii.i.: II answvi
lances will contain telemetry
' equipment to monitor the pa-
tient's*cofidit ion through electro-
canliosjram and send the data, as
it is taken to the Hadassah Hos-
I pital via radio. The telemetry
. equipment also contains a channel
f.ji a caiuiologist in the hospital
|t> radio instructions to an attend-
ing physician in the ambulance.
, 'As evidence has shown that the
, first few minutes following infarc-
tion or thrombosis are the most
i erucial for the patient, we h<>i>e
: to provide the necessary care
from the first minutes of the at-
tack." Dr. Kott said.
The Magen David Adom-Hadas-
sah program will supplement a
similar experiment scheduled for
Ttl Aviv and its environs, combin-
ing Magi n David Adorn Cardiac
Care Mobile Units with the Beil-
enson Hospital.
A request has been made t;>
American l: I for
Ism. I to seek I igh con-
, tributions to obtain U
ped Intensive I 'ai Ii ic ''
Units which ai ded this
year in Israel Florid
. are at the Gi r Miami
Hi bn w Acadi n
Rep. Fascell Joins
In Call For F-4 Jets
Rep. Dante Fascell joined al-
most 200 of his colleagues in the
U.S. Hwse of Representatives in
introducing a resolution calling
for tle shipment of Phantom F-4
aircraft to Israel this week.
The South Florida Congressman
pointed to increased Soviet arms
aid to Egypt, and other Arab
st ctes and stated fiat "the United
States must help to maintain the
balance of i>ower in the Middle
East."
The resolution calls on the
United States to reaffirm through
the United Nations the import-
ance of secure and defensible
bottlers for Israel as a vital le-
tnent in any peace settlement
negotiated by the Israelis and the
Arab states.
Mr. Fascell said he regretted
"that increased Soviet activity in
that volatile area of the world has
caused a step-up in the arms race
there. However, we must assure
Israel of our continued commit-
ment to h.r existence as a sover-
eign state and see to it that She
ie means t i protect herself."
Askew And Chiles Guests Of Honor
The- Democratic party of Flor-
ida will open its 1972 cunpaign
with a Democratic Unity Dinner
at the Fontainoble tu Hotel. Fri-
day, Nov. 12.
Umwon Ret: tin Askew and
U.S. Sen. 1-awton Chiles will b."
principal SBMtaS and guests oj
honor at the 530-a-pL.ite affiir.
Other hocorqea are Floi'ola Demo-
cratic congressmen. Florid cabi-
net members the Public S-fvlce
Commission i-r.J Dem.."cratic lofiSi
kalms.
General r-h-ilmrui of the event
is Jon Moyle, state chairman. Dem-
ocratic executive comnv.ttee.
Cbunty chainnaa Ted Cohen and
state R*'>. Sherman Winn are
rJ jner cochairmen. Rob- :; M y,,,..
gan is fanance c'^aiiitun. Honorary
"T-hairrrxn in- Spphia Bng] urrfcr,
i Edward Graf ton, Mayer I) ivid Km-
I i< dy. Richard Palhrt, Park t Th^m-
! on and former Gov. Fu'kr \V;uTen.
Lodge Inducting Pages
Chancellor Commanilei David
Glass will preside over the cere-
monies of inducting 15 "Pages"
into the rank of "Ksuuire" at the
regular meeting of the George
Gtrshwin Knights of Pythlai
j Lodge No. 196. Monda\ at 7:.10
p.m. ui the Surf side Community
i center. A social hour and collation
i will follow.
M. GEIGER Paying ...
S2.3S FOR SILVER COLLARS
Wanted Foreign Coins, Gold, Silver,
Paper Money. 3S8-S7SS
139 N.E. 1st St. Pan American
Jewelry Exchange 358-5755
Men's Club Breakfast
The M^n's Club of Temple '/..-
has -riiedul.il its breakfast for 9:.%
xd Sunday, in the social hall.
Guetit speaker will he Rabbi Nor-'
man N. Shapiro. i..*.bi advisor for'
Florida Region Fe ish Men Clul.s and s;>irita t) Leader
>'. Temple Ziun. For (urrher in-
formation, contact Lr.vm Futerfas.
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Page 3-A
Pre-Fab Housing May Help Israel
means
Hubert IMmM
fcated musing as a
alleviating the housing
shortage In Is-
rael i being
Cconsiiicral b y
1^ Jewish Agenc>
Housing Co in -
^Sl mittcc. accord-
** ing to Robert
itessAl.' l-iv.-i-'
(I e n i o l the
Greater Miami
Jewish Federa-
tion and a
member of t in
ncwly-establish-
committee.
The committee is looking into
the possible industrialization of
housing construction in Israel as
means of assuring production of
10.000 to 40,000 new housing units
each year.
Jack Wetter of New York City
recently led a fact-finding group
of Americans which studied new
methods of building prefabricated
housing, both In the mobile home
fi< Id and in the area of large
apartment dwellings for urban
centers.
Th group, whieh iiH-luded
Victor Carter, Louis Boyar and
bawreaee WaWbaKSj of Los An-
geles, Mr. Russell and Albert
K:itner of Cleveland, and Israeli
Hoastag Minister Zeev Sharef,
m-ii<- and California to inspect pilot
project* s|>oiisored l> y the
I'nltad States Deiwrtment of
Housiag and Crban development
under 'Operation Brenk-
through."
I sure in Israel for providing
innovative, efficient means of
housing production is heightened
by the requirements of new immi-
grants, immigrants of previous
years with large families, and
newly married couples who often
must wait many months to find
housing.
There is a list of 6.500 young
couples waiting for public housing,
and this figure is increasing at the
rate of 200 to 300 couples a month.
While 31,006 units were com-
pleted in 1071, it is estimated
that .tO.OOO lUiits a year lor 10
years, ma.. be needed. The Jew-
ish Agency, with fluids from
American .lews through the
United Jewish Appeal and
locally through the Greater .Mi-
ami Jewish federation's Coin-
billed Jewish Appeal Israel
Emergency Fond campaign is
planning to build 15,000 new
units this year for immigrants
and others in need.
Several imaginative solutions
have been attempted to solve the
problem of providing low-cost
rental housing. The Agency subsi-
dizes the difference between the
low rentals which immigrants can
afford, and the rent which the in-
vestors should realize on their
properties.
"On the average." Mr. Russell
said, "It is estimated that a
home or apartment in Israel
costs six to eight times the an-
nual income of the average Is-
raeli family. This may be con-
trasted with conditions in the
I nited States, where homes
generally cost two to three
times annual earnings."
The rental situation is even
more acute, with rentals often as
much as 50 per cent of the aver-
age monthly salary.
"A lajge number of housing
units are of substandard quality.
Many units built lasiily in the
early days of statehood have deJ
ii riorated, and must now be re-
placed. It is estimated that some
70.000 families approximately 10
per cent of the total population
live in such
Mr/R
such substandard housing,'
U& And mack existing housing is
seriously overcrowded. More
than 200.000 families 30 per
cent of the national totallive
two or more persons to a room.
Of these, some .">(>,000 families
live three or more to a room.
Mr, Russell said that housing
needs are the most pressing do-
mestic problem in Israel today.
Some of the technological ad-
vances that permit more economic
home construction, such as steel
structures and prefabricated units,
are still not widely available
there. High eonstruction costs, the
relatively h:?h cost of lan<", end I
continuing shortages have pushed
the price of a home or apartment
beyond the reach of many even in
middle-income groups.
'In view of the Importance of j
Stepped up efforts to assure ade-
quate housing, the Jewish Agency
Housing Committee has a critical
job ahead." Mr. Russell concluded.
Al Pallet (left), chairman of the City of Miami Commit-
tee en Ecology and B""ns*:"-afan who will again head
the 175-member grovp fcr 19"?, is shown receiving en
oriainal bas relief in recgiition of his 10 years of
leadership from Judge Henrv L. Balaban. The volun-
teers fight pollution, litter, junk cars, and waste of our
resources and encourage conservation, recycling, and
a new pattern for our ecology.
Former U.S. Senator Charles E.
Goodell of New York will be
the principal speaker at the
annual Jewish National Fund-
Morton Towers dinner, in the
Fontcinebleau Hotel, Sunday
evening, Nov. 7. The dinner will
honor Florence and Morris
Minov, well-known philanthro-
pists and leaders of the Jewish
National Fund Council of
Greater Miami.
Dr. Haber Guest Speaker
Dr. Leonard Haber wifl speak
on "Psychology of a Jewish Com-
munity" at the General Meeting of
'he Weizman Branch, Farband
LZO, Saturday at 7:30 p.m. in the
Washington Federal Auditorium,
1234 Washington Ave., Miami
I5each. Following Dr. Haber's talk,
there will be election of new of-
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al Farband Convention that will
take place Dec. 9 in New York.
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Number 44
Terrorism Alien To Jewish Values
Those who expressed admiration and an implied sup-
port for the Jewish Defense League (JDL) may have an-
other point of view now that acts of terrorism and racism,
totally alien to Jewish values, are being revealed.
It is one thing to demonstrate forcefully and to defend
Jews against attack. It is quite a different matter when
bombs are placed where they may kill and injure people
or shots are fired in a mad adventure through windows of
homes. That this was done to Arabs and Russians is no
excuse acceptable to decent people.
Moreover, the techniques of dissension and threats
which Meir Kahane developed with his JDL in this coun-
try seems to be useful to him in stirring up trouble in Israel.
The first speech he made upon arriving as an immigrant
in the Jewish state was in an area troubled by ethnic dis-
cord, and he poured his usual fuel of vitriol on the prob-
lem. There were strong elements of racism in Kahane's
approach to situations in New York and in attacking the
Black Hebrews in Israel wrong as they may turn out to
be he appealed to the baser-nature of much of his audi-
ence in the very Negev town in which these blacks have
settled.
Sooner or later the Jewish community must deal with
Kahane and the JDL and the longer it waits the worse the
problem will become. Those who have supported him
financially because they admired his militancy must recog-
nize now that they ere supporting a man who brings terror
and discord to the Jewish people and not its enemies.
Attempt To Bolster Peace Efforts
The yearning for an end to our decade of involvemen*
in Vietnam will get public expression this Sunday after-
noon at Bayfront Park Auditorium.
The "Community Commitment Day for Peace in South-
east Asia" is an ecumenical effort by five leading Dade
County women's organizations National Council of Jew-
ish Women, Church Women United (North and South),
National Council of Negro Women and the Young Wom-
en's Christian Association but it has attracted a broader
base of participation that involves church and synagogue
leaders, peace groups and others who believe that imme-
diate withdrawal of our troops will put America right again.
Much credit must go to the national Council of Jewish
Women for spearheading the movement. A large turn-
out will be notice to our government leaders that peace is
not just the slogan of isolated groups but the hope and
desire of the large majority of our community. The au-
spices under which Sunday's program is being con-
ducted is an indication that is not an attempt to embarrass
our leaders but to bolster the efforts to bring this war to
an end now.
Pressure Should Be For Excellence
The national commander of the Jewish War Veterans
has urged American Jewry to let President Nixon know that
it is disappointed he has not filled the "Jewish seat" on the
Supreme Court properly, the first President since Woodrow
Wilson began the tradition with his appointment of Louis
Brandeis in 1916.
It is, of course, a matter of pride that three of the five
Jews who served on the nation's highest Court are among
the jurists listed as the 12 most outstanding in its entire
history. But those concerned with the integrity and inde-
pendence of the Supreme Court must recognize that there
should be no racial, religious, regional or political stand-
ard for this Court and that the President who bows to such
standards serves the nation poorly. May we suggest that
the pressure on the President should be in the direc-
tion of legal excellence and not as proposed by the head
of the JWV?
MATTER OF FACT

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by JOSEPH ALSOP
IMu -. jK ~* ait -*
SAIGON* Hanoi's only hope
today lies in Sen. J. William Ful-
bright and some other members
of the U.S. Senate who rather
obviously want to lose an Amer-
ican war in order to prove them-
selves right.
The picture of what is really
hapix-ning in Vietnam has been
consistently falsified, partly by
consistent misreporting of Amer-
ican and South Vietnamese prob-
lems and achievements, but far.
far more by total nonreporting
of Hanoi's failures and problems.
Yet Hanoi's problems are now so
fearsome that no one but Sen.
Fulhright can solve them.
LET US b gin with the situa-
tion inside Sou 'i Vietnam. In
L965, win >i President Johnson
intervened on the groan;!. Hai >i
had two North V: t:i im .-. divi-
sions "In-country," as they say
hereabouts. The propo tion of
enemy forces in those days was
therefore on the order of 28.000
of Hanoi's troops, against 150,-
000 South Vietnamese armed VC
in all categories from guerrillas
to main force units.
At that time, therefore, with
the expectation of immediate vic-
tory, Hanoi was carrying only
about 15'; of the burd n
war. Today, in contrast, I
contribution has shin.
fully that North Vietn
viding above 70'"> of the
engaged, even Including jj.
las. And victory is furtlv
than ever before.
Hanoi's effort has si ,
significantly; too, although Ha-
noi's share of the burden i .,
much increased. Overall,
the new year of 1966, just let
fi50,000 North Vietnamese have
been sent to serve or dii |g
South Vietnam. That Is e
lent to far more than 7 i g
Americans. .
BUT OF that frightening to.
taL nearly 450.000 No I
naniose wore sacrificed in
through rw9, with the -.
holocaust in the Tet year, 8,
, I* 1970-only-60.000 North V.. t-
" namesfi wVv<'.-marched off t. the
south, and thy year the number
will not bo raueh higher.
' Hanoi's slecftencd effort can
be remedied, of course, at lrast
In theory. But there is
thing that cannot possibly be
remedied. Long ago. the vet. ran
Nortfl Vietnamese prime minis-
tar, Pham Van Dong, told a vis-
iting foreigner that the one thing
Hanoi feared was the dest ruc-
tion of the Viet Cong apparatus
inside South Vietnam.
"U that should evw happen,''
he said, "it wookl be very bad
for" us-." He then denied that any-
thing of the SBTtt was remotely
possible. But it has proved all
too possible. The whole VC struc-
ture in South Vietnam is being
progressively destroyed; and
that, of oourse, is why the VC
contribution to the war is
ping rapidly, month by month.
HANOI must now look for-
ward, therefore, to the -
(Continued on Page 9-A)
COMMENT
It should not go unnoticed
that the Peace Movement has
taken on new and, some might
say, Impressive dimensions.
It may be only the disillusion-
ment brought on by the dirty-
business in Vietnam, but as
things shape up today the little
band of persistent peace worx-
ers American Friends. Wo-
men's International League for
Peace and Freedom, the Peace
Action Coalition have some
mighty powerful allies all of a
sudden.
A Pl'BLIC manifestation of
this will take place in Miami's
Bayfront Park on Sunday (Oct.
31) when Commitment Day for
Peace is marked by what, with-
out unkindness, can best be
labelled "The Establishment."
No radicals here, just the kind
of people who make the social
and church pages of our com-
munity with their more routine
activities of good deeds and im-
pressive parties.
Our continued presence in
Southeast Asia, the billions still
being spent to kill and maim
(and for our men to be killed
and maimed), is recognized by
everyone now as eating away at
the fabric of American society.
People fear to go out on our
streets as GI's, sick to death of
a war no one wants, fear to go
out on patrol in Vietnam. The
living death of the ghetto is now
being seen as no better than the
death we created in the My Lais
of Southeast Asia.
IMMEDIATE withdrawal is
the demand of the five major
groups which have united in the
drive. It was initiated by the
National Council of Jewish Wo-
men, who brought into being a
1 ace coalition of the Church
Women United, the National
Council of Negro Women and
the Young Women's Christian
Association. It is not as s[>ectac-
ular as the impressive marches
on Washington or even the Mor-
atorium Day observed here in
1969 by many thousands, but a
large turnout at Bayfront Park
Sunday afternoon could prove
to be even more effective.
It may be bringing up an
issue, again, which is painful
for some of our Jewish com-
munity but I believe that it
must not be avoided, and Coun-
cil is to be commended for tak-
ing its stand in the face of those
critics who fear for Israel when-
ever a Jewish organization takes
a negative position on our role
in Southeast Asia.
AT THE American Israel
Public Affairs Society in Wash-
ington last April, George Mc-
Govern provided what I believe
is the best answer:
"It is the obligation of those
of us who have led the peace
movement in this country to
educate our constituents to the
vital distinction between pre-
venting war in the Mideast by
placing the American guaranty
by EDWARD COHEN
behind Israel's right to s
and perpetuating the war .
dochina by fighting toe
nal struggles of the peo
that area for an Indefiniti
with American troops I
pilots.
those who are
with my views on our fi
policy know that my ri
tion of American national
est in Israel has no root u -
ever in a mindless, n I
anti-Communism, a desci
I emphatically reject whei
plied to the American col
ment to Israel.
There are those in the peace
movement, of course, who hav*
viewed with some dismay the
growing military mentality in
Israel. With a great deal of in-
ception, I believe, McGovi in in
that same talk expressed the
hope "that by ending the war
in Indochina we can help to dis-
pel the confusion of illusion and
reality that the rejection of Is-
rael represents ... I believe
that it will be the obligation of
those who lead this country to
channel the full force of ,he
peace movement that has won
the hearts of the Amei
pie into assuring genuine
in the Middle East."
There is a great longii
peace throughout the world.
Displaying that desire in a show
of public strength is one wa;
helping to attain it. B


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Temples Sponsor Annual Bonds Events
Temple Meiiorah
v. 13
Mi
have
Israc
ISi
. and Mrs.
NviTtianiid
1 Shalom
William Sucher
Tor the Stafe of
Award, Kabbi
MR. AND MRS. WILU&M SUCHtR
May) r Abramowitz. spiritual lead-
er oi Temple Menorah, and Mich-
tel T.iT\ ak. director of the Israel
Bond Organization, have nnnounc-
d. The award will bo conferred
m them al the annual Temple
tfenorah-Israel Dinrer of Slate,
Saturday, Nov. 13, at the Fon-
,iiii. bit au Hotel.
'"Bill and Phyllis Sucher's inter-
it in Israel has been lorp and
continuous. They haw richly earn-
ed this gn al tribute by their de-
otion to all worthy community
a B, th State of Israel and
ihi' temple. I am personally de-
lighted that Bill and Phyllis Such-
l have lx 1 n selected as recipients
I the State oi Israel Shalom
Award. They arc totally devoted
10 the noble causes of their faith
and their community which they
not only support but with which
thej are completely identified,"
. iii Abramowitz said.
Born in Northern Michigan and
educated at the University of
Michigan in Ann Arbor, where hi'
medical subjects, William
Sucher served in the l".S. Navy
during World War II as a Lleuten-
Ijgl and saw active service in
the Pacific. Following the war, he
in .! small business in surplus
litary equipment, buiMing up
Century World Enterpriser one of
the world's largest, specializing in
xport anil import of both civilian
I military 1 quipm nt.
Since Israels Six-Day War. Mr.
Sucher expended his financial in-
terests, aiding Israel's military
o nomy. Since moving to Miami
uh 10 years ago, he has been
ii-tiv.* in the leadership of the Is-
rael Bond program, and served as
chairman of the host Committee
for Temple Monorabto dinner for
Israel Bnds during the past three
ye*^r*B"
1 In addition to his membership in
such service organizations as B'nai
B'rith and the Kiwants Club. Mr.
Sucher is a member of the Anieri-
1,111 Societj of International Law
mi of the Florida International
I Diversity in MiaiAL Financial
secretary of Temple Menorah. he
is also a member of the Greater
Miami Executive Council of the
Jewish Nationa1 Fund and active
in the Combined Jewish Appeal.
Mrs. Sucher. in addition to her
activities at Temple Menorah. is
a life member of Hadassah and of
Brandeis University. Mr. and Mrs.
Sucher. who recently celebrated
their 21st wedding anniversary.
are the parents of six children -
Anna. Michael. Rhonda. Brian.
Cindy and Howard.
In preparation for the annual
Menorah-Israel Dinner of State,
members of the committee of
hosts were entertained at a recent
, reception at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Isaac Fryd. chairmen of the
host committee. Harry Carman.
temple and civic leader, was
named to serve as chairman of
the dinner.
Heading the dinner committee,
in addition to Kabbi Abramowitz.
are Robert L, Siegel. temple pres-
kient; Isadore Drell. Murray
Friedman. Dr. Samuel Greenfield
and Joseph Manshach. honorary
chaimen; Mrs. Lee Gottlieb, presi-j
dent of the Sisterhood, and Jacob
Glushakow, president of the Men's
Club.
fr iz
Beth Torah
Nov. 6
Stage, screen, television and
n|ght club star Joey Adams, a
world traveler who has been a
"good will ambassador" to many
countries, will present a special
program of entertainment at the
Beth Torah-Israel Dinner of State.
Saturday, Nov. 6. at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel, according to Dr. Max
A. Lipschitz, spiritual leader of
I the congregation, and Dr. Joel B.
: Dennis, chairman of the dinner.
To be honored at this occasion
i will be Mr. and Mrs. Kwald Zif- '
fi 1, who will be the recipients of 1
the State of Israel Shalom Award. I
Plans for the annual dinner on
behalf of Israel Bonds were com-'
pleted at a recent reception for
members of the hast committee
I held at the home of Dr. and Mrs.
Dennis. Chairmen of the host
i committee are Mr. and Mrs. Saul
Sclireiber.
Mr. Adams, who served for six
years as president of the Ameri-
can Guild of Variety Artists, has
achieved a worldwide reputation
as humorist and raconteur. He has
written a number of best-selling
books, including "From Gags to
Riches." "Joey Adams Joke Book."
anil "Cindy and I."
The noted entertainer has taken
part in leading radio anil televi-
sion programs including the Ed
Sullivan and Arthur Godfrey
Shows, and has appeared in his
own showi as well He has also
starred in top Broadway shows
and in a number of motion pic- i
tuxes,
Mr. Adams has been awarded '
the degree of "Doctor of Comedy"
by his alma mater. City College of
New York, as well as by Columbia
University and New York Univer-
sity, and has been honored by the
University of Haifa in Israel and
Chung Ang University of Korea.
His record of civic and humanitar-
ian work includes service as Com-
missioner of Youth for the City of
New York and as founder and
chairman of the AGVA Youth
Fund and Senior Citizens Fund of ;
America.
The dinner at 7:30 p.m. will be
preceded by a reception for Mr.
Adams hosted by Mr. and Mrs.
Ziffer at 7 o'clock. Music for din-
ner and dancing will be provided
by the Lenny Dawson Society
Orchestra.
Beth Sholom
Pacesetter
Responding to an address by
Bfri Mofrieenal Hod. Commander
of the Israeli Air Force, and an
appeal by Dr. Leon Kronish, spiri-
tual leader of Temple Beth Sho-
lom. record-shattering purchases
of SI.650.000 in Israel Bonds were
made at the annual Beth Sholom-
Israel Dinner of State Sunday
night at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Included was a S300.000 purchase
made by Temple Beth Sholom.
In announcing the temple's pur-
chase. Rabbi Kronish expressed
the hope that this purchase would
serve as an example and as a
pacesetter for other temples, not
only in Miami but throughout the
country.
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Gerson were
honored at the dinner, receiving
the State of Israel Shalom Award,
conferred upon them by General
Hod and Michael I.itvak. director
of the Israel Bond Organization.
Dinner chairman was David Mil-
ler. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Bodin served
as chairmen of the corps of hosts.
Participating in the Israel Me-
norah of Statehood ceremony con-
ducted by Dr. Kronish were Mr.
and Mrs. George Mildwoff, torch
bearers, and Mr. and Mrs. James
M. Albeit, holders of the pilot
light.
The candle lighters Included
Mr. and Mrs. David Ponve, Mr.
and Mrs. Bon Rimer. Mr. and Mrs.
Moe Levin, Mrs. Ida Cooper. Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Feinstein, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Sharpe, Mr. and Mrs.
David Miller. Abram Baker. Mr.
and Mrs. Max W< itz. Mr. and Mrs.
Ted Bodin. Mr. and Mrs. Bennett
Lifter. Mrs. Frances Beckerman.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rifkin. Mr.
and Mrs. Zebulon Brodie. Mrs.
Clara Denner. Mr. and Mrs. David
Perlman. Irving Green, Mr. and
Mrs. Alex Schneidman, Nathan
Natapow, Mrs. Joseph Ash, Mrs.
Joseph Hood in. Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
vin Stonberg. Dr. and Mrs. Meyer
BggnaU and Mr. and Mrs. Abe
Kui land.
ir
6
Temple Emanu-El
Avner I dan, who recently as-
sumed the post of Minister of Is-
rael in the United States, will
make his first visit to Miami as
guest speaker at the annual
Temple Kmanu-Kl-Israel Dinner
ol State, to take place Sunday.
Nov. 14. at the Diplomat Hotel.
Dr. living I.ehrman. spiritual
loader of Temple Kmanu-Kl. has
AVNtR IDAH
announced.
Pointing out that Ministi r Idas
is one of the leading memb rs of
Israel's diplomatic corps, Dr.
I.ehrman said. "We take
1 that a ranking official of Min
i Idan's stature has been delei
j to repres. nt the State of Isi ai 1 at
our annual dinner on bchalt ot
Israel Bonds. This is a trib;it, to
the role which Temple En
I has taken in aiding Israel's
land development throughout the
yean."
In the servuv of his l
ment since 194H. when Isra
11- independence, Minister
had also played an actit
i the struggle for Israel's fr
I as a volunteer in the Haganah
I underground army of piv-st.it- I--
| rael. By the time statehood
declared in 1948. Mr. [dan I
I reached the rank of Major in the
Israel Defense Forces.
Mr, Idan entered goveri
service while the apparatus
ministration was still being fash-
( ioned. His carcrr has been 1
and Impressive. For seven years
he served in the Prime Minister's
office and later in the Minis': .
j Defense. His career as a diplomat
with the Israel Foreign Ministry
U gan in 1955 when he -
pointed to the Embassy oi Is
I iii Paris.
Mr. Idan has held Imp
posts in the major capitals of
Europe. Prior to his present as-
signment to Washington as M 1 -
ti r and Deputy Chief of Mi!
Mr. Idan served as Ministei Is-
rael in Bonn. West Germai
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Academy To Fete
Oscar Schapiro
i k, in Schaplro. associate rhair-
waW^ritWr^>am of the <3reater
Miami Hebrew Academy, will be
OSCAR SCHAPIRO
a on his 80th birthday Sun-
da} morning at the Miami Beach
of Rabbi and Mrs. AJexan-
i Gn iss.
Mr. Schapiro will bo feted for
his years of leadership in behalf
of the Hebrew Academy, the Jew-
ish community and the State Of
Israel. The breakfast session also
will kick off committee activity
for the 24th annual scholarship
dinner benefit-ting the South'*
largest Hebrew day school.
Associate chairman of tne cur-
rent campaign to raise S800.000
lor the Hebrew Academy's new
junior ami senior high school
building. Mr. Schapiro is an offi-
cer of Kneseth Israel and a leadei
In the State of Israel Bonds or-
ganization.
Rabhl and Mrs. Gross tradi-
tionally host the .Miami Beach
school's officers, directors trus-
tees and dinner committee
members at their home to
launch the annual scholarship
banquet.
This years dinner will be held
at the Deauville Hotel on Satur-
day night, Dec. 11, so as not to
interfere with the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's annual Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emer-
gency Fund campaign.
The Dec. 11 dinner, for which
tickets are $118 a couple, will
benefit the majority of the
school's 806 students who receive
scholarship assistance.
Hebrew Academy Dinner
Rescheduled For Dec. 11
Greater Miami Hebrew
' has advanced the date
I iis _'!th annual scholarship din-
in Jan. 9. 1972 to Dec. 11.
1971, so As not to Interfi re with
the 1972 Combined Jewish Ap-
i srael Emergency FUnd cam-
The CJA-IEF drive, spon-
sored by the Greater Miami Jew-
officially opens
of tlu change in
jointly by Irving
<.f the Hebrew
Robert Russell,
ish Federation,
Jan. 1.
Announcement
' was made
pn sident
my, and
>nt of Federation. The
switch ends some two decades In
which the Academy scholarship
banquet has been held in early
lary.
"The multiple appeals commit-
tee aiul executive committee of
Federation are extremely gratified
at this action by the Hebrew
Academy through its board of di-
rectors." Mr. Russell asserted.
"The academy hoard's action
reflects the growing maturity.
not only of the school but also
"I the entire Jewish community.
Only through such cooperation,
and through complete under-
standing of the monumental
task we must accomplish next
>ear can we hope to achieve
'or goals for 1972." Mr. Russell
said.
The multiple appeals committee
I Federation, headed by past
'resident Max Orovitz, has noti-
fied all Jewish organizations
both member and non-member
agencies, beneficiaries and non-
" n-ficiaries of the CJA-IKF
alike, that the campaign "period
must be totally respected from
now an.
Mr. Russell stressi d the gp at
importance of both Jewish i I
tion ami the II. brew day school
movement, and sai.! "Federation
is proud thai the H< bn w Acad-
i my. one of the finest day schools
in the nation, is now part of our
family."
VA Adds Ten Drug
Treatment Centers
In response to President Nixon's
July message to Congress, in
which he declared that the drug
abuse problem in America had
assumed the dimensions of a na-
tional emergency, 10 additional
Veterans Administration Drug
Treatment Centers have been
opened since the first of the
month, according to Donald E.
Johnson. Administrator of Vet-
erans Affairs.
i
One of the new centers, which
I complete the six-fold increase in
the VA's drug treatment facilities,
is located in Miami. The total
number of such facilities in the
United States is now 32.
Samuel Pascoe Reporting
Samuel Pascoe. president of the
Florida State Association of B'nai
B'rith Lodges, will report on the
B'nai B'rith International Trien-
nial Convention in Philadelphia at
the -Miami B'nai B'rith Lodge 1591
Luncheon Club meeting Tuesday
at 12:30 p.m., in the 100 Lincoln
Road Club Room; Dr. Abraham
Wolfson will present Jewish news
from around the world. Gershon
Miller is Chairman of the Club;
Irving Schatzman is cochairman.
Siegendorf Heading
Corporate Tax Push
C'hnles R. (Bud I St::i?k. chair-
man of Gov. Reubln Askew's tax
refo m campaign organization in
Dade County. I- ia appointed Miami
City Commissioner Ard.-n Siegcn-
dorf Dade County eoelwtirmon of
the drive to win passage of the
corporate pi 5fRs t .\.
Mr. Stack. Miami attorney and
W partner of the late Mayor
Robert Kin-j High, also announced
other appointments in the cam-
paign structure lor the Nov. 2
election.
Named to a campaign advisory
committee were State Attorney
Richard Gcrstem, Miami Mayor
David T. Kennedy, Miami Beach
Mayor Jay Dernier. Hialeah Mayor
Charles Whiteacre. South Miami
Mayor Jack Block, County Com-
missioner Ed Stephenson, who is
president of the Dade Federation
of Labor and State Rep. Sherman
Wtnn.
Former Metro Mayor Chuck
Hall, former Miami planning board
chairman Rose Gordon; community
relations board executive director
Robert Simms; M< tro-Dade League
if w Mien Voters president Joyce
Dicfcnderfcr, Miami Times pub-
lisher Garth Reeves and Miami
Beach Vice Mayor Lcor ird Wein-
stcin also were appointed.
i
Spinoza Forum's
Lecture Schedule
Dr. Abraham Wolfson, founder-
director of the Spinoza Forum.
has announped the lectures for the
li' a.m. Thursday meetings to be
hi Id in the Washington Federal.
1234 Washington Ave., during No-
\< mber. They Include:
Dr. Kannon Scheinman, who
speak on "Basic Causes for
the l >istort< d Ami rican Econ-
omy," Nov. I.
Henry Howard will present the
"Dr, Sacker of Brandeis
University," Nov. 11.
(in Nov. 18. Hyman L. Flugel,
New York attorney and former
national president of B'nai Zion,
'.\ ill speak.
Nov. 25, Dr, Wolfson will speak
on "How it Fe, is to be 90." I
Aryeh Rochctch, Israeli Community Youth Consultant
working under the direction of the YM-YWHA is shown
planning Israeli programs to attract youth and young
adults. In a recent interview Mr. Rockach stated that
he sees his role as the link between Israel and the
community and hopes to promote better understanding
between Israel and America.
Lecn Kaufman, (center) president, and Morris Ehrlich,
vice president of Golden Ring Club No. 3 are shown
presenting the check representing a payment on the
club's pledge to dedicate a room in the South Florida
Medical Center in Beersheba, Israel, to Edward Tuma-
roff, (left) executive director of the Hisladrut Council of
South Florida.
Democratic, Labor, Press
Endorsement Boost Rosen
Tormenting Rectal Itch
Of Hemorrhoidal Tissues
Promptly Relieved
In many ease* Preparation H
fives prompt, temporary relief
from such pain and itching
and actually helps shrink
welling of hemorrhoidal tis-
sues caused by inflammation.
Tea* by doctors on hun-
dreds of patients showed this
to be true in many cases. In
fact, many doctors, them-
selves, use Pteparation H* or
recommend it for their fam-
ilies. Preparation H ointment
or suppositories.
An unprecedented array of sup-
port from Democrat ie clubs,
senior citizens organizations, Dade
County organized labor and Great-
er .Miami newspapers this week
pushed Judge Harold Rosen tow-
ards victory in his bid to retain
his seat on the Miami Beach city
council.
Judge Rosen, who will carry
lever 5-A in Tuesday's munici-
pal voting, will not face a run-
off since he has only one op-
ponent. In a series of talks to
hundreds Of volunteer campaign
workers he stressed the need for
getting out the vote.
Transportation will be available
from 7 a.m. until 7 hj.iii. Tuesday.
Five rides to the polls may Ik- se-
i cured by telephoning 531-3445 or
j 531-4757 or 531-1174.
Among the groups which have
endorsed Rosen are the Demo-
cratic Mull of .Miami Keach and
the Progressive Democratic
Club of Miami Beach, the Dade
County Federation of Labor
AFL-CIO and the Hotel Km-
ployces I 11 ion Local No. 2.">.>.
Others to .join the Rosen band-
wagon include Voters, Inc., the
Dade Better Government League.
Inc., all of the member clubs of
the Congress of Senior Citizens,
the Florida Senior Citizens League
of Voters, Miami Beach Social
Club and Liberty Social Club.
Judge Rosen urged Beach
voters to Imllot on the six issue*
which will be on the city's ma-
chines including the doctors on
ambulance issue, listed as ques-
tion No. 5. He also asked for a
heavy vote on (he corporate prof-
its t iv amendment, which will be
on separate machines for those
registered for state, county and
Federal elections.
During the month-long cam-
paign Rosen addressed more thhn
100 meetings in the Miami Beach
area, and walked through much of the city's seven
square -miles.
The only councilman who is
member of the American BcaMi
and Shore Preservation Associa-
tion, .Judge Rosen pushed foi
quick implementation of the
phui to renew Miami BescA't
shore line with a "200-foot wide
Stretch of besich from (lovern-
ment Cut north past the eit\
limits.
lie was commended by numer-
ous groups for hLs leadership in
obtaining the city's first CompVe-
hl nsivo ZOhmg ordinance and for
changing the city's voting proc
ure to permit a single regfotrafio .
lor city and county voting.
ludge Kosen, a veteran ol tin
X .S. Navy during World War II
and the Korean War. has placed
an active part in Democratic
campaigns from those of Presi-
dent Hairy Truman to QOV.
Keuliin Askew.
He is past president ol the
Beach Jaycees, former exalted
ruler of t'.v Beach Elks, an active
member Of Temple Fmanu-KI.
B'nai B'rith, Zionists, Knights ol
Pythias, Masons, Shrine. Khvahis
mil numerous other Jewish and
nan-sectarian organization)).
Campaign coordinator Gem Id
Schwartz, campaign manager Paul
Ruthfield, and Rosen j iiud In re-
minding voters that Rosen's hug<
lead in all |>olls can only hold up
If his supporters vote Tuesday.
Pd. Pol. Adv.
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Friday, October 29,
1971
Rabbi Abramotvitz To Be
Honored By Alma Mater
NEW YORK. NY. Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz, spiritual lead-
er of Temple Menorah. Miami
Beach, will be honored by his alma
mater. The Jewish Theological
Seminary of America, next month.
P.. 'bi Abramowitz, who was or-
diined in 1944 and cime to
Temple Mfnorah. his first and
only pulpit, in 1951. will receive
the honorary degree of Doctor of
Divinity at a special academic
convocation to be held at 2:00 p.m.
Sunday. Nov. 14. at the Park
Avenue Synagogue. New York.
Although born in Jerusalem.
Rabbi Abramowitz was educated
in this country, attending Yeshiva
University (B.A->. and the Semi-
nary. Following his ordination, he
enlisted as a chaplain in the
United States Army, and served
for three years in Berlin as co-
ordinator of the army program for
Jewish displaced persons.
His next assignment was with
the Joint Distribution Committee
in Italy, as Director in charge of
liquidating European camps for
displaced persons. In 1951 he re-
turned to this country and accept-
ed his present pulpit.
Rabbi Abramowitz has been ac-
tive in the Miami community in
many capacities. He is a former
president of the Rabbinical Asso-
ciation of Greater Miami, of the
North Shore Zionist District, and
of the Greater Miami Council of
the Jewish National Fund. He is
also a former director of the
regional United Synagogue Youth
Commission, and past national
chaplain of the Jewish War Veter-
ans. He is also a member of the
advisory committee of Bonds for
Israel, and of the American Con-
ference for Soviet Jewry.
In a letter to each of the degree
candidates. Dr. Louis Finkelstein,
Chancellor of the Seminary wrote,
"In conferring this degree, the
Faculty wishes to express the
great indebtedness of the Jewish
community to you for years of
service to it Through the work
which you and your colleagues
have done, the future of American
Judaism has become far more
secure than seemed possible at the
beginning of this century-"
The Seminary, academic and
spiritual center of the Conserva-
tive Movement In American Jud-
aism, was reorganized in 1902,
when Solomon Schechter was
brought from England to head the
struggling school. Next year, the
Seminary will mark the 70th anni-
versary of Schechter's arrival on
these shores by honoring some of
the men whose rabbinical service
was inspired in part by the insti-
tution which he shaped.
Schechter's transformation of
the Seminary into a graduate
school, conforming to American
Academic and professional norms,
attracted native born Americans
to the rabbinate. Before his time,
most congregations had been
forced to go to Europe to find new
rabbis, and the few students in
American seminaries were mostly
foreign born.
Todav. the Seminary has more
than 1300 full-time students en-
rolled in its various schools, both
graduate and undergraduate, with
campuses in New York. \m
Angeles, and Jerusalem. The Rab-
binical Assembly, international as-
* ABU MAY I* AUAM0WIT1
sociation of Conservative rabbis,
helps to carry its teachings
throughout the world and par-
ticularly to the American Jews
who are members of one of the
830 congregations affiliated with
the United Synagogue of America,
congregational arm of the Conser-
vative Movement.
Temple Emanu-El
Announces 1972
Cultural Series
Temple Emanu-El's "Cultural
j Series" for 1972. has been anounc-
!ed by Judge Herbert S. Shapiro.
i president and Samuel Friedland,
chairman of the Board.
Three outstanding programs will
be presented to the community on
Wednesday. Jan. 12. Wednesday.
Feb. 9. and Wednesday. March 22.
All sessions will be held in the
main sanctuary at 17th Street and
Washington Avenue at 8:00 p.m.
"Arbaah Kolote The Voices
Four." an exciting vocal and in-
strumental group from Israel, will
open the series on Jan. 12 with
I their sensational versions of litur-
gical music. Israeli favorites and
popular songs.
On Feb. 9. Archbishop Fulton J.
Sheen, dynamic religious leader
who is known to millions of Amer-
icans, will present a most mem-
orable evening.
Dr. Joseph Lookstein, interna-
tionally renowned Rabbi, scholar
and lecturer, will complete the
Cultural Series" on March 22.
Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-El, will
introduce the guest artists. A
Celebrity Reception honoring the
guest artists, lecturers and pa-
trons will conclude each evenuvr.
Rabbi Sheldon Ever Is Spiritual Leader
Of The Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute
Rabbi Sheldon Norman Ever,
son of the late Rabbi Dr. Isaac
Hirsh Ever, is the new spiritual
leader of Agudath Israel Hebrew
Institute, 7801 Carlyle Avenue,
Miami Beach.
The youn^ rabbi has also taken
I over the position of Executive Di-
rector of the Orthodox Vaad Ha-
kashruth of Florida. The Vaad
supervises many Kosher eompan-
gious movement known thr. wori,j
over as the Agudath Isra.] Or
ganization of Israel, ami (rora
Rabbi Solomon Abudi, prosidine
Rabbinical Judge of the Supreme
Court of Jerusalem.
Rabbi Ever"s Rabbinical T.^ti-
monies state. "He has XCelW
academically and Choiastically jn
the fields of the Bibl? and Tiieol.
ogy, and he was superior
in the
>rthy
ies and establishments, providing | Virtues of Religion, highly
them with constant supervision in
accordance with the Orthodox
Dietary Laws and Jurisprudence.
The youngest ordained rabbi in
the United States at the age of 18.
Rabbi Sheldon Ever graduated
from the Hebron Rabbinical Col-
lege, Jerusalem, Israel, in 1967,
and has served as Assistant Rabbi
at the synagogue for the past four j well-known author and scholar
. wc
to enter the Rabbinate and to be
authoritative in the Government
of Israel."
Agudath Israel Hebrew I isti-
tute recently celebrated its 20t]|
anniversary. The synagogui. win
a membership of over 600 famj.
lies, under the leadership uf the
late Rabbi Dr. Isaac Hirsh Ever
years, while completing his studies
at the University of Miami, where
he graduated last July.
Rabbi Ever"s ordination bears
specific mention of "Yore Yore
Yodin Yodin." showing jurisdiction
in dietary and ritual laws as well
as civil laws. He received his Rab-
binical Diplomas of high scholas-
tic standing from Rabbi Yechezkal
Same and Rabbi Abraham Farb-
stein. Deans of the Hebron Ye-
shiva; Rabbi Shlomo Schreiber,
head of the Ultra Orthodox reli-
was founded in 1951. It o;. ned iu
extensive program of
services and social activities nltg
the main purpose for study and
enlightenment for young and old,
A "Meeting of Proclamation"
will be held in the synagogue Sun-1
day at 7:30 p.m., congregation
president L. Murray Jaeger hat|
announced. Refreshments will
served at the conclusion of the
Declaration; the public is invited
to attend. A formal installation n
being planned for November.
Meet DR. LEONARD HABER
- HE HAS A LOT TO GIVE
ADDRESSING SERVICI
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COtAl 6ABIES SOUTH MIAMI
ARA ONLY
Con 274-2371
BEE ESTIMATES.
BIUS ROOFING
ALL TYPES OF ROOFING
GuttersSolars R* R oof In*
Repmlrt, Shlnfle
Tils 'Flat B.rret
Phon. 7929 N.E. 1st Av.
754-3618 Mkx*- Florido 33138
Haber offers a new and professional approach
toward solving the problems of Miami Beach. Tfcird
of four generations presently living in Miami Beach,
Dr. Haber has entered the political scene in the
race for Councilman because he wonts to mak
Miami Beach ...
... a city where all people will be protected by
adequate fire department, rescue squad, am-
bulance and police services.
... a city free from strife and government waste
... a city with lower taxes because of more tourism
...a city'with clean wafers and plenty of clean
beaches
... a city with adequate housing for all
... a city with a future as glorious as its past
... a city the rest of the world will respect
and he will spare no efforts to make all this possible.
Consultant to notionol corporations end
orgonizotiom fo( solution ot problems in
humon relations ond environmental
hormony.
Consulting Editor for professional publica-
tion deoling with humon relations ond
behavior
Speaker ot Notional Conference of Stole
legislative leaders
Rodio and television speoker on problems
of interest to the community. (WKAT)
B. A. City College of New York
M. S. City College of New York
fh. D. Adelphi University
LEVER 8-A
DR. LEONARD HABER
From WKAT's "rt Your Service"
PD. POL ADV.
elect LEN HABER
TO THE CITY COUNCIL
HE HAS A LOT TO GIVE


Friday. October 29. 1971
-Jewish fhrkfian
Page 9-A
Syrian Jews Suffer
Severe Persecution
The Committee of Concern,
formed two years ago to focus
world attention on persecution
of Jews by Middle East coun-
tries, has called oh Syria to
-cease ix-rsccution of the Jewish
minority, to free those unjustly
imprisoned and to permit those
jews who wish to emigrate to
do so."
In his appeal to Syria, Gen.
Lucius D. Clay, corporate execu-
tive and former commander of
VS. Forces in Europe, who is
committee chairman, cited "dis-
tressing and increasingly alarm-
repoiti from reliable sourc-
es concerning the threat to the
survival of Syrian Jewry."
Among the instances of mis-
tn ,u merit of Jews listed by Gen.
Clay were the following:
Relatives of 12 young Syrian
Jews held in jail on charges
they had attempted to flee
the country, have been inter-
rogated under torture. Some
have been held in solitary
confinement for as much as
three months.
All Jewish prisoners who
have been released from con-
finement are physically ill,
bodily maimed or mentally
deranged as a result of their
imprisonment. They were
subjected to electrical tor-
ture, the ripping off of fing-
ernails, and cigarette burns
on various parts of their
bodies.
Jewish girls have been ab-
ducted, raped and thrown
Continued From Page 4-A
ingly insoluble problems of fight-
ing a guerrilla war with virtually
no indigenous guerrillas. And as
if that were not bad enough,
Hanoi has already had to face
the fact that President Nixon's
Tietnamdaation program is suc-
ceeding brilliantly.
With fewer and fewer Ameri-
cans engaged, the enemy has
been steadily losing more and
more ground inside South Viet-
nam, On the borders, too, ARVN
divisions have dealt very suc-
cessfully wSth North Viettnafncae
divisions. As usual, the unique
failure at Snuol was uniquely re-
ported in the United States.
Overall, however, the picture for
Hanoi h*w been very ugly.
Finally, there Is the key mat-
ter of BuppMes. In Lam Son 719,
besides losing 33 battalions of
regular troops not included
in the hideous totals of man-
power aoaiftous given above
Hanoi lost enormous tonnages of
Upply. On -the average, more-
over, Hanoi has been getting 1
ton delivered to South Vietnam
f.vr every 6.5 tons put into the
pipeline.
THAT HAS meant a supply
throughout of under 10.000 tons
this year. One must also allow
f"r the loss of the former supply
1 tow through Sihanoukvillc, plus
Hie low of Hanoi's former hu local purchases in Cambodta.
Plus the drastic decline of VC
collections in the South Viet-
namese countryside.
For these hard reasons, Hanoi's
tonnage to nourish the war is
running at an annual rate today
'h it Ls only about one-quarter of
the time of the Tet offensive.
It may well be one-fifth of the
rate in the Tet year. And ni> im-
provement next year is exprct-.-di
Add it all up. Then crank in
the internal dilapidation of
North Vietnam, not just because
of the floods but because of all
the other grave home-frort trou-
Wes frankly disc.ssod in the
Nrih Vietnamese press.
It can theri be seen why Sen.
Fulbright and his colleagues are
Hanoi's onry hope.
naked into the streets of the
Jewish ghetto in Damascus.
Recently, Jewish homes
there were set on fire.
According to the Committee
of Concern statement, restric-
tions on Syrian Jews cover al-
most every aspect of life. There
is a total ban on emigration, and
travel within the country is se-
verely limited. Jews are obliged
to carry identity cards, and can-
not be employed by the govern-
ment or bv banks.
Sunday Afternoon Peace Rally
Set In Bayfront Auditorium
Continue.I Fiom Page 1-*
adopted the following resolution
in support of the community's
most strenuous effort for peace:
WHKRKAS, numerous com-
munity leaders and civic, service
and religious organizations in
DaeV County have manifcsteil a
desire to help direct United
States foreign policy toward de-
veloping tht conditions for
world peace wherein human
beings live their lives in di"nit '
with the greatest measure of
economic, social and political
freedom; and
WHEREAS, these citizens
have expressed the belief that
the United States in cooperation
with all nations should pursue
every possible alternative to mil-
itary action as a means of re-
solving international disputes;
and
WHEREAS, these citizens
v,-.,.., i^ined together to urge the
United States to continue to
strive for international peace
and security by immediate with-
drawal of all United States
forces from Southeast Asia;
now, therefore, be it
RESOLVED by the Board of
County Commissioners of Dado
Ccunty, Florida, that Sunday,
Oct. 31, 1971, be designated
throughout Dade County hs
Community Commitment Day
For Peace In Southeast Asia
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Friday, October 29. I
^/n* rCabbi ^>pcab J~rotn J he f^ulpit

Canaan Is Still Ahead
/vctierio11s *^>crviccs
'd
By
KAISBI HARRY K. SCHWARTZ
CR&bbi Emeritus of Congregation
Beth Israel, Hempstead. N.Y. I
I- the Sedrah of this week,
'Lech L'cho." Gil a[>pcars to
Abram and calls him to His sorv-
h saving. Tech L'cha may-art -
- v ho umi-n-.o-lad'te-cho umi bais
ovi-cho" L. ave your country.
>our native birthplace and your
klo. tattler's house and fol-
low me unto irn- land that I will
show you. I shall make you into a
treat people shall bo
a l. ,_ peopta of the
car'h. when Ibram went as
th. Lord had spoken to him. ac-
< mpanied by hh wife, Sarai. and
hi- n ; hi m Lot."
one cur. -. What
M* 4 his
hmilj His i Haran, his
lather Terah? Dili the) -
Abram'i vision ol an invisible
G-d? Did the in his mist
st idolatry?"
te unvvrit-
t- n : tails I hie. Say our
A. Har. ther v.as the
rrdttJng type.
He
: Nimrod
I
i la

In I he ia con-
If h, em :.on
his -
: Te-
The Bible tells us: "Terah
i k his son, Abram, and his
grai n. Lot. and his daughter-
in-law Sarai and left the i idolat-
rous .-, ,: Ur of the Chald
t out towards Canaan: but
;. of
Canaan they si re."
Tt w 'm from this that
T : finally went along with
At,r part way.
whereas Abram and Sarai con-
tinued a'.l the way to Canaan, to
n new faith commitment,
ih caught but rt flash of his
vision and short on
t way, and
the Harans and the Tenths: and
those who go all the way until
they arrive at their destination -
I -tu- Abrams of history.
Do we not meet these part way
. <-Iers in our society today? In
America'* They are those who I
^ .vould turn their backs on all for- '
. ward social, economic, or interna-
tional progress. They advocate re-;
neat or standstill in our social I
progress, our welfare programs, \
our racial advances, prevision for !
the poor, the aged, the under-priv-
ileged.
In Jewish life too. we encounter '
the part-of-tho-way travelers, who
Stop at Chaia.'i ami will not move
: beyond. They may join Syna-
i. s. ji-of. ss Jewish identitica-
but will not commit them-
< Ives to the principles and pres-
criptions of the synagogue, or the
profess. They send
their children to religious schools,
but violate in their daily living
teachings of
these schoo.'s.
If we are, then, to have an up-
rcmine loyal Jewish youth and a
Jjilaism in this country.
\ tican Jews must stop mistak-1
ins: the midway station for the
rate destination. Absentee
mberahip, hi]
ice to
and standai -
positiv e com-
inimum must
num. Thai
- life, must not
k last stop. Canaan
d!
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MIAMI
A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 7th Awe. Orthodox
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
B> R.ABBI SAMUEL JJ. FOX
,-,,-.,, ,. _, | ANSHE EMES, 2533 SV
Wh> rmpft tlker^Tje UfrWjfco- Conservative, Csntor So
HEBREW ACADEMY
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi
Grow
2*00
Alexa
SW 19th Avt
1 PjKowiK 2
pic at ttu- altar when the Torah
U read in the synagogue?
Some sources trace it to a verse j BETH
in the Bible where the Almighty
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N
dall Or. S. Miami. Reform.
Herbert Baumsard.
OAVIO.
Ke-
Rabbi
feflsar***. **m
' JACOB C. COHEN COMmi.u..
SYNAGOGUE. 1M2 wH?"
Avt, Orthodox. Rabbi T,*hT"
Strn. Cantor Meyer t*^'
KNESETH ISRAEL, 1415 EueH., ^
Orthodox. Rabbi Dav,d l.*.-*
; Cantor Abraham St f
. 2*2 SW 3rd Awe.
Conaerwatlwe. Rabbi Sot Landau
is quoted as saying "I bear witness \ y^Z^H'r^.^ ,*~W
unto you this day ." (Deuter- I People In the World 5732 'Th-
onomy 4:26). Such a procedure re- ** ^^S^STSSLST '?, ,
quires three, i.e.. the one who of-| M. ml.. r>tup Committee Saturda; menohah (Temple), 6?o 75a. n
rers the testimony and the two J^~ '^
who witr.iss the testimonv. ,o: 17-41:16 r r"la> Hls lvm Ba< ih- --j.
-----v----- Oamal, -laurht-r ot Mr nml Mn.fi
The reading of the Torah Ls
thus regarded as a matter of tes-
timony to the faith and the conve-
nant which exists between the Al-
mighty and his people Israel. The
reader acts on behalf of th. Al-
mighty and th? two people who
:d on either side of him are
liki witness -
Some claim that the three pco-
act like a court and thus rep-
- nt the totality of the Jewish
community. The Torah is read for
and by the community as a means
'A involving the community with
U* Almighty.
Tin re are some who claim that
the three people are required be-
nts wi n Inv lved
in the revelation of the Torah and
three have remained an in-'
divisible trio which forms a unit -
BETH EL.
dox. Rabbi
500 SW 17th Awe. Ortho-
H. Rothman
Oarasi. Saturday : am Tiir ^PrtSif
Michael Levlne, ....... i-
l^-\liie
In
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th
Modern Traditional Rabbi
Shapiro. Cantor Ben D'Cksc*
Awe.
Max
6
BETH TOV (Temple). t>438 SW 8th
St. Conaerwatiwe Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hinkea 8
i", j, m service* followed by
1 11 l- shabbat boated bj Mi and Airs
Meyer Troy In honor "1 th< ir silver
annrt eraao
ISRAEL (Tempi*) OF GREATER
Miami. 137 NE 19th Street. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 10
Pridaj x 15 i'111 Dr \. I \\ill ron-
i::u- hlf dlaeuwtont m The iitble
Aa Llvi
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ISRAELITE CENTEH. 3175 SW 25th
St. Comerwative. Rabin Avrom L.
Drazin. Cantor Nathan Parnaas. 11
;..lli T. ;.. I...I Mj
Saturda) 15 a m.
OR OLOM (Temple)
St. Conaerwatiwe.
Glixman.
B755 SW 16th
Raobi Ralph
13
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Awe. Congervatiwe. RaDb. Maurice
{lu'.. me Torah and jKrhtey"
A- .\ 1 "narl Of I lu<-l
Thus, th
resent
hty, his 1 nd the
Wli.v do some pt'ooli- plaee ;i
small stone on the ntonoaaent
when vi^itinu thi- grave of a
dear one?
ZION 8000 MIMr Rd. Con-
aervatiwe. Rabbi Ncrmjn ^ Shapir"
16
lay > n m Saturd
1
H rold Turtl. taul |i n
Michael, son "i Mr
Uera .-' h malts.
How characteristic of men of all
ages thus who will go part of
the wav the half-way travelers.
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p.m.. Saturday. Tickets and infor-
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t^cti^^ Mrs. Joseph For.
u a sipn to others that some-
i to the
I II is considen d by some
to be a sign to other friends m
HIAltaH
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
4th Awe. Ccnterwatiwe. Rabbi Na-
than Zolondek. i|
p. in followed by
ted !> Mr an I Mn
relatives informing them that th< \l'r:
______i___. JIUavali EUlward 1a-ui> I.*vli
grave has been visited. This might Mr and .vir* Albert 1
NER TAiwiiu (lempie). EC!h s- J
iSSFm wter'a>' Conserve,
Rabbi Eugene i_abowitz Cantor c
ward Klein.
OHEV SHALOM. TO55 Bonit (
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas vv-t
man.
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SEPHARD'C JEWISH CENTER 1
Collins Awe. Rabbi SaCi Nah~ j.
CONGREGATION T2 CHAIN
14 Washington Awe. Rate Ave
Groner.
-------a
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEwl'
CENTER. 1720 7Sth Street Cjo
way, North Bjy V Hag- Ccn,er3
tiwe. Rabbi Philip Fried Cm
Car" Bender.
O i in Sermon
: Sal urdi : .. m
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADA-th VESHURUN (Tempts
NE M.ami Gardens Dr C--;*-.j~|
tiwe. Rabbi Miltcn Sc-
tor Nathaniel Schub.
BETH TORAH Nt 164th S.....1
Awe C ervatiw R.i: W ,
schitz. Cantor Jacob Rent)
B NAI RAPHAEL. ''" NVl
Conservative, RaObi C
C.mtor Jack Lerr>r

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I Mrs. SI
urria) a I
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SINAI (Temple) o- NO""-' DAL
18SC-1 NE .-2nd Awe Rsl
Ralph P. Kinasley. Ca-:ir Irvn
Shulkes.
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Lech Lecha \
ABRAM: T<* Divine call came to Abram to leave the idola-
trous surrour.*f p of his natK-e crAintry and to proceed to an-
other land which God would sho-w him, where he would b-eome
v .vl?1"*^ "f great na,in and a b,cssin? to all mankind.
Without he- \bram journeyed southwards, taking with
n.-m Sarai. hi, wife. Lot. his nephew, and a large number of fol-
tow. At Shecftem. 30 miles north of Jerusalem. God appeared
to han in a vision, and promised that the Land of Canaan would
rail to his dcscr.v i.r, HBB Bethel. Abram "caUed upon
the name of the Lord.' thereby proclaiming his beliefs in the
one and only God.
ABRAM IN rXJYPT: A severe famine in Canaan compelled '
Abram to stay in Egypt for a time. Fearful lest the Egvptians
rr.uht kill h:rr. in order to obtain possession of hLs beautilUl wife
Sarai. he persuaded her to say that she was his sister. Sarai was'
in fact, taken into the royal household and Abram received nu-
merous gifts of flocks, herds and servants. Suspicions were
aroused, however, when Pharaoh and his court were smitten
with a rmst. nous illness. The truth was discovered and Pharaoh
sent Abram away from Egypt.
COVENANT OF ABRAHAM In Abrams ninety-ninth year.
God renewed His covenant with him. Henceforth he was to be
called Abraham, father of a multitude of nations, and rris wife,
now called Sarah, princess, Sarah would bear a son, Isaac, through
whom God's promise would be fulfilled. In token of this covenant.
Abraham was eonvnanded to rircurncise hirnself and all the males
of his household: thereafter every male child was to be cir-
CTBrJcised when fight days old.
'^aBanaanBaBBaaBtHBBBtj^.saaataaS
[even form a unity between the
! friends and relatives of the de-
ceased.
I It is considered by others a sign
I for the deceased himself to know
that he has not been forgoi
Since the monument is a symbol
of honor to the deceased, adding
another little stone would be a
tok.n of adding an additional
honor to his memory.
Some people pluck some grass
from the surrounding area and
leave it at the grave. Plucking the
grass signifies one"s hope in the
resurrection to come. Just as the
grass seems to grow again after
the winter is over, so will the de-
ceased flourish again when the
time for the resurrection comes.
CO. 1971 Jewish Telerraphic Agency
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conserwjt:we
Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel, Cantor Ben
Zion K'rschenraum. 35
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL, 7801 Carlyle ve
Orthodox. 17
SKY LA\E SYNAGOGUE
19th A*e. Orthodox. Rabfc'
Caplan.
Pi ]., 1 ..
tg'il S<
Cantor Showing Slides
Cantor Nathan Parnass will show |
pictures and slides taken during the i
recent trip he and his wife made
to Israel and Vienna at Che next!
meting of the Sisterhood of the
Israelite Center in the tern;,
cial hall Tuesd iy at 8 p.m. Everv-
one is invited to attend: refresh-
ments will be served.
BETH ISRAEL 770 40th St. Orthodov
Rabbi Berel Weil, ig
-*-------------
BET',' JACOB 3"i Washington Ave
Orthodox. *5abbi Shmaryahu T. Swir.
ky. Cartor Waurice Mamches. 19
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BETH F..VPHAEL (Temple). 1545
Jefferson Ave Conservative. Rabh
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
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BETH SHGLOM ( Temple). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor David Convir 21
Prldaj :is p m. Took : "Some
VV'n.h V u Musi rnii.rsianrt A hop I
rlet Situation Batavtny 10:4."
in Bar Mltsvahs: J.... R Hnrnlk
on of Mr. and Mrs Martin Horntk;
Barry Wax. son <>f Mr. and Mn s |
W ax.
-----
BfTH TFILAH 935 Euclid Ave Or.
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
Ky. 22
BTTrHKiV??,El'.H ?HA,M CONGREGA.
TION, 843 Meridian Avenue. 22 A
C"B,AN HEBREW CONGREGATION
SSv! Washington Ave. Orthodox,
nabbi Dow Rozencwaig. J3
EMANU-EL (Temple). 1701 Washing.
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. 24
iri.lay p m Satur.l.-v g ,,, ,;;,,
^ ar ,, """',' DH,M Rothatehi
WftE&fr-s......f Mr ''Un
YOUNG ISRAEL OP GPEATE<
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St Orinoscrf
Rabbi Naftali Porush.
coral"gabies
,'UDEA (Templel. 5500 G-s-,da 3lt|
Reform. Rabbi Morns Kipper

of Mr and Mr I
2AMORA (Temple) 44 Zaniora *vS
Conservative. Rabhi Ma>/.-ll BerjJ
er. Cantor Mordecai Vj'dum
v '. "> ;i m S
I
l" p 111
SURFSfDE
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGA^0^
9293 Harding Ave.. Surfs dr. Tow
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac ?. Vine
SINAI (Temple). 1201 Johnson !
Conservative. Rabbi Davd Ship"
Cantor Yehuda Heilbraun.
HAIUNDAU
HALLANOALE JEWISH CENTER |l
NE .st Ave.
MtHlfwCrOO
BETH EL (Temple). 1351 S Hth Avtl
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Ja'f* "*
Friday 1:15 p.m Inati
and T\ u--. -
1 tVelcome and 1 naeoi
111. mln rs.
1723 M0-
10",
BETH SHALOM (Temple)
roe St. Conservative Rabbi Morn."
Malavsky. Cantor Irving Gold.
P^abbinical UeL
- .-..-" .
evtsion
v,
Oct. B]
Oel. 31
Get. SI
rogratn*
Ch. 4. 8:30 n.m. The First Est .1,
Hast: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Topic: -Concern for Vietnam Prison,
GucsLs: Mrs. Louise Town, whose brother is a
prisoner, and Father Demosthenes Mekras
Ch. 10 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
Host: Rabbi Tibor H. Stern, Jacob C. Cohen
Community Synagogue. Miami Beach
- Ch. 10. 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
Host: Rabbi Solomon Schiff. Director Greater
Miami Jewish Federations Comnnuuty
Chaplaincv Service
GuesL^Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the
Hebrew Academy, and Rabbi David Raab .
Temple Beth Raphael
assa
I
MIRA MAR-
ISRAEL (Temple) 6920
Conservative. Rabbi
wards. Cantor Abraham
FT. IAUDIRDAU
BETH ISRAEL (Temple
land Park Blvd. Rabb
liant. Cantor Maurice
EMANU-EL. 3245
Blvd. Reform. Rabb
rams. Cantor Jero
SW 35th St
Sheldon Ea-
rn KOitef *
547 E. Oik'
Akiva 8rl!;
Neo.
W. Oakland Pj^l
,bbi Arlhur J *":!
ome Klement
P0MPAN0 BtACH
SHOLOM (Ten pie). 132 SE 11h '
Conservative. Rabbi Moms A.
Cantor Ernest Schreiber.
MARGATE
MARGATE JEWISH CENTEfi. '
NW 9th SL ___________
PTA Board Meeting Set
The Miami Beach rDR* S PTA was to hold its monthly t
meeting at 1 p.m. Thumtay. mjl
^"v of Mrs. Sydelle R-.ihai. ^
Meridian Ave. with Mrs. P
Pearl, president, piisid-nj: -w^
Solomon Lichter' priw-pai *^
dressing' the board.


fectay.
-.ober 29, 1971
+Jewisti Fhridiain
Page U-A
South Pacific Journey
Part Four


Scenic And Serene
By J. I. I isn III I \
Editor & Puhlishpr, The Chioiigo Sentinel
i women readers will sympathize with my poor wife who
!;i ed the piaCtkraJ pioblem of what to pack for a trip that varied
i>: cllm from the hot temperatures of Fiji to the wintertime
; Southern New Zealand and Australia. For we intended
cover all of New Zealand from the great northernmost city
\ > i 1 i'.ll tlie way through to the glaciers around Mt.
( .!. a one can ski all year long. As always, she was re-
-' eted i i one suitcase not to weigh more than 44 pounds .
h suit and a warm coat included.
Af1 r innumerable phone calls to well meaning friends who
led to her confusion with their contradictory advice,
., ere finally able to locate an invaluable pamphlet entitled
A Wo ill's World," a guide to air travel for women prepared
lirectlon of Elizabeth Hunter, Quanta* Airlines wom-
en's 1 ivel consultant. It contained exactly all the Information
i mperature chart, a sample minimum weight wardrobe.
customs of the South Pacific, etc. We recommend it for
evi ry woman traveler.
A ickland, our Oral stop, is alxmt 1,000 miles from Fiji and
the same distance from Sydney. New Zealand itself con-
sists ol two large islands (North Island and South Island i plus
- small islands. It has a population of approximately
million, of which 600,000 live in Auckland, Wellington, its
I. has another 300,000. A member of the British Common-
v ill!:. New Zealand is politically independent and is governed
1: a p irll iment.
Wi found it to be one of the friendliest places we have ever
! one to which we could return some day to spend our
years. European New Zealanders who make up 92' '
i the p pulatlon live in perfect harmony with 200,000 natives
the M ioi is whose arts and traditions have contributed much to
Iture of the country. They arc a fascinating people in them-
ind we brought back numerous books about them anil
samples of their art.
S uce there is very little Industry in the country, pollution is
nut a problem; the air is clear and bright. There is a placidity
that permeates the atmosphere and is quite noticeable especi-
lly i i those ol us who come from tle rat race of our own big
cities.
Now Zealand is a sportsman's paradise, ard most people
spen I i good part of their time outdoors. Almost every town has
1 own goll course; racing and rugby are national sports. There
are br ad beaches stretching everywhere. Many world famous
vn claim that the country's big-game fishing and angling
for trout are the best in the world. Skiing is available at Coronet
r ak ne ir Queenstown and at Mt. Cook. It is difficult to find
indoors on weekends, except at night.
Auckland, a beautiful city located on two oceans the
Pacific and T.isman Sea contains 31 parks and reserves. Its
harbor is famous the world over the Maoris call it the Sea
Ql Sparkling Waters and its beaches stretch to the north and
south ol the city. The War Memorial Museum houses one of the
c lleotkNU of Maori and Polynesian exhibits in the world.
irt gallery features works by all of the best-known New
i aitiSlB. The scenic drives around the city are truly
Fantastic, reminding one of San Francisco.
On our drive from Auckland to the tourist mecca at Rotorua.
' -l pped at the Waitomo Caves to view the famous and unique
Glow Worm Grotto, which we guarantee will hold the most
sophisticated traveler spellbound. The climax of a walk through
inels and underground galleries, flanked by amazing limestone
- Is a short trip on a fiat-bottomed boat pulled along
by a boatman grasping a cable. Silence is golden here; the
In m sound causes the glow worms to turn off the lights.
Into the main grotto the lat comes to a veritable
' nylar 1. On the vaulted coiling of the cave are hundreds of
tiny worms glowing hi the darkness like stars shining in the
Milky Way against a deep black velvet. Lights of the tiny blue
"St us" ire n fleoted in the black water below. Tlus is a fascinat-
.11 thai tourists come to see from all over the world. There
:-- nothing like it elsewhere.
The glow worm, not very pretty when he's seen in the light
s tiny flying insects by his light, and traps them in a
laky threadlike substance which hangs a foot or longer from
'he glow worm's body. The worm then may haul up the insect
i d dine at leisure.
The drive to Rotorua is a positive delight. Every scene is
pastoral picture postcard. Rolling hills. Cat sheep grazing
(Continued on Page 15-A)
Yeshiva Day School's 1st
Melava Malka Scheduled
RABBI NAfTAU P0RUSH
Architects Pick
Officers For '72
Stephen C. Little of Coral
Gables, who will serve as presi-
dent of the Florida South chapter
of the American Institute of Arch-
itects, will lx> installed in January;
he succeeds Thurston Hatcher in
the post.
Fleeted as vice president and
1973 president-designate was Hen-
ry A. Rieeio. Other incoming of-
ficers are Howard I. Melton, Jr.,
secretary; Norman Giller, treas-
urer and C. Robert Abide, alter-
nate state director. NewL-elected
directors are Glenn .*. Buff, C.
David Morton, and Lester Pan-
coast.
The first annual Melava Msrtka
cf Yeshiva Day School. North Mi-
ami Beach, will take place Satur-
day, Nov. 6 at 8:30 p.m. in the
Young Israel Social Hall. 990 NE
171st St.
The Yeshiva Day School, now in
its second year of existence, com-
prises nursery through the sixth
grade.
The gala dinner, catered by the
Royal Hungarian Restaurant, will
be held in honor of Rabbi Naftali
Porush, devoted supporter and one
of the founders of the Yeshiva
Day School, who with his family
is moving this summer to Israel.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan of Sky
Lake Synagogue w ill be master of
Temple Menorah Adds
100 To Pre-USY Unit
More than 100 students have
enrolled in Kadima, Temple Meno-
rah's pre-USY organization for
students in grade 5 through 7.
Fran Glushakow serves as advisor
I for the Miami Beach synagogue's
I program, which emphasizes Is-
raeli songs and dances.
Rabbi Mayer Abramo,v:tz. spirit-
ual leader of the congregation for
more than 20 years, actively par-
ticipates in the program. The
young chapter is one of the fastest
growing units in the United Syna-
gogue Youth movement in South
Florida.
'monies* The evDUhg's WstM-
ties will include musical selections
by the school choir, led by Rabbi
Moshe Grcebel, principal, and ac-
companied by a musical trio, and
the installation of incoming Yesh-
iva Day School officers headed by
Solomon Arlok. president.
Mr. and Mrs, Hyinan Genuth,
dinner chairmen, invite the public
to make early reservations by call-
ing the office.
The committee Includes Mrs.
S.I Arluk. Mrs. Harold Bailyn,
Mis. Ivan Goodkin, Mrs. Milton J.
Gottlieb, Mrs. Sol Kalchman, Mrs.
Jacob Chernofsky, Mrs. Harvey
Willner, Mrs. David Sherman and
Mrs. Harry Bloom.
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*M*ist fkrkfiar
Friday. October 23,
::-
This Week In History...
40 Yrri Ajro This Wtwk. 1931
A British court ir. Jerusalem or-
dertl the Arab paper Al Hayat to
coir.p=nsate the JiA Ear publish-
ing its dispatches without pay-
mo. *
Prof. Otto H. Warburg. 48. a
baptized Jew. won the Nobel
Medicine Prize for work on cancer
cells.
Ami Semitic student disturb-
ances closed Cracow and Warsaw
1 :- rsities.
Hitler said he would run for
President of Germany in 1932.
The Joint Distribution Commit-
tee's European director said a mil-
lion European Jews would starve
witrou: aid from America.
The Munich High Court ruled
Jewish judges ineueibte to try
Nazis if the defendants objected.
A decade of Anti-Defamation
League efforts resulted in the re-
moval of "The Merchant of
Venice" from public school cur-
ricula in 26 cities in 21 states.
1* Tear Ag Thai Week: 1961
Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey of
Minnesota asserted: "I am more
optimistic about chances for peace
in the Middle East than I was .
In 1957."
CUIt PARTY TIME
Wooaerfm! World ot
BANQUETS PARTIES
LUNCHEONS
MEETINGS
Fadfirfe.
Pante Areas k Garden*
Americas Cmtoae
it All Tit
4trf*eatic Satin Show
RESTAURANT and 64R0ENS
U S 1 JUST *OtTH 0> GUl'STf |AM OIK
Israeli Premier David Ben-
Gurion said. It may be and I
stress 'may be" that the Sinai
campaign could bring peace near-
er between Israel and Egypt, in
spite of all the strangeness of this
statement"
The U.S. has 4.079 Jewish con-
gregations with 5.367.000 mem-
bers, said the National Council of '
Churches.
Chief Rabbi Louis I. Rabinowitz
of Soutn Africa resettled in Israel.
The Frankfurt Court of Appeals
released an ex-Nazi accused of 22
Danish murders because partisan-
shooting in 1943 was not a viola-
tion of international law but mere-
I ly homicide, and the statute of |
limitations en homicide had run |
1 out.
The U.S. Supreme Court let
stand the Louisiana Supreme
: Court's approval of mixed seating
in Chevra Thilim Congregation
'.New Orleans.
| The Knesset, by a vote of 63-46
* approved Israel's new coalition
I Cabinet: Premier and Defense.
I David Ben-Gurion; Finance. Levi
; Eshkol; Foreign Affairs. Golda
| Meir: Education and Culture. Ab-
. ba Eban, Agriculture. Moshe
', Da .van: Commerce and Industry,
! Pinhas Sapri: Police. Behor Shit-
reet: Development. Housing and I
Public Works. Giora Josephthal: !
Justice. Dov Joseph; Posts and
Telegraph. Eliahi Sasson; Interior ;
; and Health. Moshe Shapiro; Social |
' Welfare. Yosef Burg; Religious ,
Affairs. Zerach Warhaftig; Com- !
; munications. Yitzhak Ben-Aharon:
Labor. Yigal Allon: Without Port- j
; folio, Yoeef Ahnogi. Mapai had 11. J
(he NRF""tnree. Achdut Avoda '.
two.
Dr. Robert Hofstadter. of Stan- ,
ford shared the Nobel Physics
nc Tcy
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measurements.
The ADL submitted "strong, al-
aast incontrovertible evidence pf
us dUcrimir.ation" against
Jews in New York City banks.
(From the IBM of the JTAi
Yiddish Poet Including
Miami Beach In Tour
Joseph Kerler. whose Yiddish
poems are said to express the
deepest yearnings of Soviet Jews,
will be coming for a lecture tour
to the United States under the
auspices of the Workmen's Circle
and the Farband-Labor Zionist
Older, that will take him to many
American cities, including Miami,
where he will appear Saturday
evening. Dec 4.
Mr. Kerler and his wife now
reside in Israel after having been
granted emigration visas some
months ago. His first official ap-
pearance will be at the national
convention of the Jewish Labor
Committee in New York on the
weekend of October 29. He will be
reading his own poems and will
also comment on the Jewish situa-
tion in Russia.
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100 of the 1972 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emerg-
ency Fund campaign. From left are Mrs. Leonard
Friedland, Rabbi Leon Kronish, D.D., chairman of the
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j Ss America Doomed?
Continued From Page 1-A
Lnvi- I day in a revotation.
atjon. Riddled with
I tension as America
mVk helm still
.'|-Tri wwiri. tno I
i and career app ir-
si ill there. And the
ling majority of Amer-
. scorn to change the
. tli y have with all
ties for some mix-
l tyr inny and chaos in the
. revolutionary regime.
Bi r mis has no! disheartened
:i t of hard-core revolu-
LetlinistS, Maoists,
I 5, TrdtskyiteB, Woather-
I I'ippies, Black Panthers --
I them from continued
tfforta to fill the air with dis-
[ .. batter down the Inatl-
I- is, inflame the ghettos and
I ises, tear the legal fabric
and thus create a rcvolu-
|- j situation.
In the circles that debate such
| || there has been a tierce
I oversy about whether th?
: of revolution is in the
i.irian workers 'the still
rial view) or the students
Intellectuals (a ntorc recent
I or the blacks. There is
to about when organized vio-
i should be used to storm
Ithp power structure, and how
tnasslve, and how open or undcr-
|j: ound the \-iolenoe should be.
Tit- Weatherman went undcr-
kround and tried the bombing
ray, with disastrous results
(which all but wiped out the
movement.
On. the whole the weight of
1 among the revolutionaries
has shifted from terrorist acts
(to what the German student
leader, Rudy Dutschkc, once
called "the Long March through
(institutions." This has had sub-
stantial effect in some areas
Ion campuses, in the Army ranks.
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to some extent in the churches,
in the 11 dicali;
oners. In the striving of th !
gal communes" to radtoalize as
wefl.a's help their clients. The
'nB^en^a,^toi)Wtuun s.^ti-
. and the new S on
"aqlt-prop" agitati m an l
i ropa fand bist< ad of on di-
rect violence.
IN Till-: EXD this is only a
preparation for the aimost c it-
tai; !y unsuoc saful showdown of
f ce against force. But the
calizing efforts have increas i
the rage on the right a rage
against liberals as well as the
left and thus polarized the
s> ciety. It is a polarizing that the
far-out left welcomes, because
it squeezes out the liberal and
conservative center and brines
the moment of revolutionary
truth closer.
I have left the problem of a
civil war for separate discus*
sion. mainly because the black
revolt raises the question of
black identity more cnlcially
than that of revolution by
violence.
\.\! weak: "Tho Seven tte and
i: i.-hiirs The Dying Decades?")
Copyright (c) 1971, Lob Angeles
Time"
Great Jewish Books
Discussion Series
The first session of the Great
Jewish Books discussion series for
the 1971-72 season will be hcH
Thursday, Nov. 4, at 2 p.m.. ac-
cording to an announcement made
by Jack S. Popick, president of
the Bureau of Jewish Education,
which cpsponsors the series.
Subiect of the first stJi*in in
the auditorium of the Miami Beach
Public Library, 2100 Collins Ave..
is The Book of Deuteronomy. wiui
Dr. David Lehrfiold of Kneseth
Tsr*el Congregation as discussion
leader.
Bi-monthly sessions will con-
tinue on the first and third Thurs-
day of each month in the auditor-
um. Samuel A. Reiser, coordinator,
will be clad to provide further
info: mation.
Beach Voters Pick
New Council Tuesday
MTA Operating Company
Promotes Key Officials
TV i d n* mbers of the Miami
staff of National City Mane :em.....
crating manag< rs of
the M r po! I n D i Transit Au-
th< ity I M r.\ hai < I < in pro-
noted. "' ding to pi "-.'.' nl Stnn-
ley H, G itcs. Jr.
i; A. "Andy" Hauer, former vice
president and resi h "' manager,
has been named vice presd 1 nt and
kma' executive officer. Ilobert
B. McKay, former special services
officer and assistant resident m in-
iger, nas Deer named to suceed
4auer as resident manager.
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friends that have to be accommodated, one way or another.
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addressed the recent B'nai B'rith
triennial convention in Philadel-
phia, Pa., is chairman of B'nai
B'rilh's commission on commun-
ity and veterans services.
Protestant Says
'Superstar' Unfair
A prominent Protestant educat-
or has charged that "Jesus Christ
Superstar," the rock opera at the
Mark Heliinger Theater. New
York, was "less than fair" in de-
picting the Jewish role in the death
of Jesus, and as a result could
harm Christian-Jewish relations.
Gerald S. Strober, Presbyterian
authority on intergroup relations
in Christian education, made his
charge in an analysis prepared for
the American Jewish Committee.
The AJC is distributing his anal-
ysis to critics, re igious leaders,
and others in the community who
would be particularly concerned
with the- issues raised.
Mr. Strober summarized his find-
ings, based on a comparison of the
Broadway presentation with New
Testament sources, which, he
pointed out; are "the only source
of information about Jesus' life
and death."
In some cases, the emotional
' coloring is deepened to make Jew-
I ish individuals and their acts ap-
I pear more sinister than the gospel
record warrants.
In other cases, historical facts
are enlarged, modified or glossed
vor so ;is to create black-vs.-white
contrasts where the record indi-
j cates only gray tones.
The play by-passes "the
transcendental meaning of the
Passion." which holds that all hu-
mans, "then, now and always,"
tribute to Jesus' Buffering by
:lv>ir sirs, lienec a representation
ii the Passion should encourage
the audii nc to id ntify with the
crucifiers, but "Jesus Christ Su-
tar" men ly shuffes the r -
i\ visibility among tie various
human agents.
Rcbbi Kingsley Selected
R i Ra ph R. Kings! y ol
r< mpte sin ti of North Dad ha
>een sel< eti d as one of 10 mem-
(era of the resolutions commute;
>f the Central Conference of Amer-
ican Rabbis. Rabbi Joel S. Goor of
^an Diego, Cal. waa elected
hairmar. of the committee of Re-
form iibbis.
Less than half "i Miami B>
40,808 registi red ...:.- ir ex
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in the city's I I mayorality
atuiicownoUrnanic elections-,
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l .c rmer did n >i si ek ti : ct ii n.
Farmer Miami fin man and
sch ol guard I h ck Schl sli r and
Max Feldman, a retiree, face
former Metro Mayor ( huck Hall
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In the council races. Vice Mayor
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sition and will gain another four-
. ar term in Tuesday's primarj
Count ilman Harold Ri *ei
10 months ago. fa<
Abraham Mai cus in th i Gro
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off. R sen is a formei
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In the Group 5 contest, a hea '
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Leonard Haber and Dr. S
Wikier op] i d by Sid G rsh, Moe
Hyman and Cathi Taylor.
Six issues will also be voted
upon by Beach voters, including a
referendum on requiring the city
to place doctors on ambulances
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Friday, October 29, I
971
FOCUS ON THE U.N By George Friedman
Proposing, Opposing, Supposing, Disposing
.-..-
ISRAEL PROPOSES, but America
supposes, the ful
t was -. < month. In, the General
- S ..o: Gnamyko's 28, In which he
stated that s S viet Uunton wants to sae
pea, will 0 :-t:nuo to -
port the Ara I -. which are Hi
nod at liberating
-
iftcr Gromyko's
ynech '- 'tor that. Israeli
for si A m I :.'. his "Five
Reads I
Ria>i later took his turn at the Assembly po-
dium, spt ak.:._ :" r an boar. Two days earlier, Riad
had told this correspondent that he would meet
w.th Eban only il I- W first agreed to quit all of
the Sinai Asked if that was not a pre-condition, he
responded: "We should ham pre-conditions regard-
ing our I Bty, no doubt about it. The sover-
ty of our territories cannot be discussed." H<'
reiterated this uuujtion in his speech.
On' Oct. 4, AmerieaB-SeciiatatT** State "WiHratn
Rogers contended that while Mideast unajress was
"urgently" needed his prepared text said "partic-
ularly" needed the political climate had eased
enough for an interim canal arrangement to be "a
step which can he taken ROW." That was fine M far
as hope for a pact was concerned both Egypt and
Israel want it. though on different terms. But
then Rogers emphasized [joints favorable to the
Egyptians. He stressed Israeli withdrawal, he talked
ot a possible "compromise" on "an Egyptian mili-
tary presence east of the canal," and he noted that
"each (side) is eoncerr.ed about its future secui :y: '
but he didn't mention demilitarization of the Sinai.
Israeli sovereignty or Egyptian iCWBO-fire violations.
Thi la^er, [sueli Premier Gnlda m. ..
Rag rs ''Hive Bgy& tit. ,- .-J
- to Inti rpret his remarks as
th ir Mitson tying an agreea* at on ( ,p,n.
, iii'. > an i-: '.. commit muni
.'Mit theft verswm'of t*W Security--Couiir
-n."
Later in the week, Rogers eonTerred wit
and th two gave public indication without de-
tails that they were hopeful of a solul [|
.ut. Israel still refused and refines
mit benseli to any specific degree of wit
outside tlie context of negotiations under ih. i. rnis
>>r Security Council Resolution 242. which Nov
22 will be four years old. Egypt refused and
refuses to talk to Israel about anything
agrees to say bye-bye to the Sinai. That's
It figures to be a long, cold winter along the
Suez Canal.
Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPER7
Civil Marriage In Israel
U|HI\ THE STATE OF ISRAEL came into existence
"" 23 yCan ago a gentleman's agreement was reached
between the religious and the secular leadership, in
effect proclaiming a truce in the iik-o-
logtea] dash between them. Under the
terms of that truce, which has become
known in popular usage as the "status
Bju ," the laws, regulations and ordi-
nances then in effect in matters affect-
ing Ugious affairs would continue i:i
t, and there would be no ch
which would affect the situation from
either poir.t of view.
Thus it is that the operation <>f buses in Jerusalem is
banned on the Sabbath, but they ply freely in Haifa. The
Book Review By SEYMOUR B. LIEBMAN
Some Light Reading
"Tlir. RliiHr TIME" by Harry Golden (Pyramid
Book.-, Sl.li5> is the autobiography of an Amer-
ican .K-w who achieved fame through his newsp-sper,
"Carolina Israelite." one of the
great bits of personal journalism
o; this century. To add lustre, am
well as money, which Golden
needed because his paper produced
few finarcial rewards, he began
| write a series of vignettes on
his early years on the Exst Sid1
of New York.
Its autobiography is a more
formal presentation of his life presented in chrono-
logical order and ho bares nothing including his
marriage to a nor.-Jewess and his criminal convic-
tion. There are interesting anecdotes of the 20s and
30s and of the great and the near great. One cannot
cavil about personal history.
The I-nutit. (G. P. Putnam's Sons $6.95 > by
Golden with some editing and a few vignettes by
hi- son. Richard Goldiiui-t. 1. ft this reviewer old.
The <; ,-, evidences little knowledge of Judaism and
even leas of Israel. It is a book that one can read
or 1. Despite Oolden'a talent for telling a
" igingly, one dxtbts whether the book
would bavt i n thi ngbt of day if authored by an
unknown, Th n of father and son often ob-
senres ft- tact that the subtitle of the book is
"Portialt of a Peopt Qutte often the sub-title
i to ban rather than to 1 Israelis.
Jac*.b Boiler is a Yiddish {ournskist of the school
ir to that of the deceased CSlnfsn
Sti >hkes: beavj on tales and Imagination and light
H.- bo k, JflWS in Latin AmerUi (Jonathan
D u 1 P-. ST 95' is a compilation of "his-
ire inaccurate or exaggerated
or almost imaginary- It also includes the author's
encounters in v.iriojs parts of the vast land south
o. the border.
Since your reviewer is cited as a source and au-
thority thn e tiroes he ought to be temperate in
criticism but "flattery will get the author nowhere."
I am pk-ased to report that Mr. Beller does not take
issue with my finding that the so-caMed "Indian
Jews" of Mexico are neither Indians nor Jews. Mr.
Beller has reversed hJrnseH by this acknowledge-
ment. He has yet to disavow his statement about
Peruvian Indians.
Ms background or irtteodiKrtbry openings for
each country are drawn from mostly unnamed
sources, the validity of which are often questionable.
The best aspects of the book- stem from Beller*s
ability to communicate in Spanish and his travels
off the beaten path where he met peripheral Jews.
railroad stops running on Sabbath, but the telephone
lines are manned. There are no postal or telegraph serv-
ices, but the radio broadcasts freely. There are dozens ot
other similar contradictions in public service, but both
sides accept the status quo as the better alternative to
civil war.
Extremists on both sides find their patience wearing
thin in the face of violations of that arrangement. Zea-
ls in Jerusalem regard the operation of public transport
on the day of rest as a deliberate nibbling away of the
truce and they have reacted with an indignation fired
by religious fervor. Secularists have begun to chafe In-
creasingly under the religious controls over marriage and
-,\ hich make only the orthodox, the halakhie cere-
;. legally valid, and there is demand for introduction
of legislation to legalize civil marriage.
The rabbis have warned that if civil marriage is per-
mitlcd. as between Jewish men and non-Jewish women.
for example, the children of such unions will not be rec-
ognized as Jews, and over a period of time the situation
will lead to a genuine split in the unity of the Jewish
people. The unity- plea- has ppobahty been- the major fac-
tor which has thus far headed- off the proposed reform.
There is little doubt that the ovwwtoeiming majority of
the population, and this includes many Cor whom'a reh-
gious ceremony is a matter of indifference, do not wish to
contribute to this kind of internal schism.
The radical secularists have continued their agitation.
('' hardship and misery' to individuals have been exploited
and publicized. There are such cases. A man whose
rime is Cohen is not permitted to marry a divorcee,
because orthodox law forbids one of the priestly caste
so to wed. A woman whose husband vanisned in the
maelstrom of war and the Holocaust in Europe is an
agnaah, and not permitted to marry again until evidence
be tiroduced that her spouse is dead. An Israeli who
has to :J1 intents and purposes been a Jew from birth,
and who may have been a national military hero, can not
ry his Jewish girl friend if there is a shadow of
cioti that his mother was not Jewish and had not
a converted.
There is now a growing movement to provide for
civil marriage at least for such cases, lor those who do
r. >t quality by rabbinical definition to undergo the fra-
ctional ceremony according to "the Law of Moses and
Israel." On the one hand, the orthodox object vigoroosly.
seeing it as an opening wedge. And the committed secular-
ists, for whom their secularism has become a matter of
deep faith and conscience, consider the proposal insulYi-
eient. They want dvi! marriage made available to all in
Israel who deserve it
The pressures are mounting, and something is bound
to give. The Knesset will this year have before it more
than one legislative proposal to legalize marriage. It is
interesting to note that many Reform or Liberal rabbis,
in their opposition to orthodoxy, have come out in favor
of civil marriage. The issue will be debated with deep
emotion, and only a renewal of immediate threat from
an outside enemy can long defer the showdown.
As We Were Saying By ROBERT SEGAl
Behind Prison Walls
lJANY OF THE 400 prisons and 4.000 Jails in fit
UniUnl States are full, shabby. unsarut,.:>-. un-
sightlv. A large number have been in service S)!
io a 100 years and more. And
while even the most firery rovoiu- :
tionary will acknowledge that our]
ar liquated prison system is bet-
ter than the practices of earikej
eras when men were killr
stealing bread, we have failed I
miserably in our obligation to deal j
sensibly with offenders.
Some who read these o)
now find Ramsey Clark, former U.S. Attorney^
General 'too controversial" for acceptance. But
th. y really should acknowledge his cautious ap-
praisal that 95 cents in every one of the one and
If billion dollars spent*on corrections in this
country go for prison walls and bars and guards |
while only 15 cents of each dollar is spent to 9*
swer tlvo crying need for prisoner rehabilitation.
One authority has declared that American
prisoners continue to function as warehouses for
long term storage ot' human refuse, an observatajr.
not far different from Oscar Wilde's first-person
rocoUectir.n:
"The vilest deeds like poison weeds
Bloom well in prison air:
It is only what is GOOD in Han
Th.it wastes .and withers there
Attic i crowds in upon us with an irrep
insistence that we match our fight against crime
with a determination to reorder our prison s
Th- needed reforms were set down with gn '"'"'
by tix- President's Commission On Law i
ai i the Administration of Justice, set up in 1^:
Hi Establish with state and federal furl-
unit institutions in cities for comniun.-;
treatment; (2) Operate institutions with
ty of st iff and inmates for rob
(3i Upgrade the educational and v tute-
lar inmates; (41 Establish state programs *
recruM and train instructors: (5i knprovi
industries through joint state programs and !'<**
eral assistance: ("i Integrate local jails and n*-
.lemeanant institutions with state corroctii''
Provide separate detention facilities for juvoniW-
<9> House and handle persons awaiting trial sep-
arately from convicts; (10) Provide separate treat-
ment to special offender groups through the pooling
or sharing among jurisdictions.
Until we get on with such reforms, until we es-
tablish prison mechanisms for proper redress o
grievances, until we act affirmatively on the full
report of those now studying Attica, we had bett<*
be prepared for continuing prison crises.


, October 29. 1971
+Jewish fk>rMian
Page 15-A
'apt. Friedlander Reports
>n Research At Technion
m than t persons attend.-tl
1,-vtnl ncrption Rivon by the
Ljca and nu-nibors o^ Uw
jh Florida Chapter of th.;
[mean Technion Society, in
oi recent 'ocal Israel visi-
le tli' IVchnion in Haifa.
, toastmaster of the evening
\n. Iiwii" 1-rhrman, who is
\. .a-i- ol the National Board
jirfctors of the Society: chair-
was Jacob Riikin, oresident
lh' local chapter.
David Fi iedlainler, press
Ch to Alexander Goldberg.
siikiit of the Technion-Israe!
Itiiuii- ot TechiioloRy, reported
J the latest developments in
\h:iion's research laiwratori-'s.
rial Interest was his report
on the new Medical School which
has produced an artificial kidney
capable of home dialysis, at a cost
far lower than existing dialysis
machines, and the announcement
j of a new process of water desali-
nation which promises to cut the
i cost of water recovery by at least
j lo1;;.
Capt. Fiw-dlander also reported
that the Israeli Air Force is al-
ready flying a protoypte fighter
bomber which combines the best
fi atim s of the French Mirage and
the American Phantom and
which is expected to be coming
off Israel's assembly line in about
two years. .Most of the technicians
and engineers in Israel's aviation
industry are graduates of the
Technion.
A number of those present on
this occasion became new mem-
bers and founders of the Society,
including Mr. and Mis. Harry
Busch. Mrs. Sorrel Ross Bollet.
Mayshic Friedberg, Mr. and Mrs.
Murray Friedman. Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan K. Greenberg, Dr. and
Mrs. Max Frocht, Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Jacoby. Bernard Katz. Mr.
and Mrs. Jacob L. Kram. Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph H. Kraus, Mrs. Lil-
lian Schustak. Mrs. Abraham To-
pol. and Isidore Doctor.
Technion. Israel Institute of j
Technology. Israel's oldest and
largest institution of science and j
technology is among the 10 lead-
ing technological institutes in the
world. It has maintained an active
chapter in the South Florida area |
for many years, with regional of- |
fices located at No. 1 Lincoln
Road BUlg.. Suite 201. Miami
Beach. The Technion invites in- i
quiries from members of the com-
munity who wish to participate in
the growth of this most vital link j
in Israel's defense anil security.
EH Freilich Wins Scholarship At U.M
An lS-year-c-ld University of Mi-
ami freshman is first recipient of
the Meridian Abstract & Title
Comi.my scholarship. He is Eli
Freilich, sor. of Mr. and Mi's.
Isido.e Freilich of 8300 NW 4th
tea ________ _
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Captain Dcvid Friedlanaer, (left) who was guest spouxer en
he recent reception hosted by local Technion founders and
hen.bers. is shown with Dr. Irving Lehrman, who served
Is toastmaster of the event, Mrs. Lehrman, Mrs. Milton
lirkin. and Jacob Rifkin, president of the South Florida
fhapter of the American Technion Society, who served as
ion.
South Pacific Journey
Continued from Page 11-A
'< rullj r.loiig tile roadsldOi quiet, sleepy tewns lolling DMCKUy
the bright sunshine etched against azure-blue skies, all con-
libute to a li cling of wvU-beinn tliat Ls Inescapable.
The city itself is the center of an area of thermal activity.
everything here one finds in Yellowstone National Park.
>nd ore: b tiling mud baths, spouting geysers, alkaline and sul-
phuric wati .. The waters are both ruinous for bathing and
1 B lie ilth cures.
I'otorun is also the center ol Maori life. These are original
i >'>alundo-s. Nearby is Wiiakarev irewa, a Marol viQage
the Maoris still live their traditiona] easy, pleasant lives
carvel and thatched hut*. Thek carvings and music are
ful, both reflecting the traditional mythology.
We were fortunate In being able to witness a typical Maori
id dan concert which took place in the handsomely d c-
oratcd meeting house (replete with intricate Maori carvings),
1 :1 of all tribal and religious activities. !t was one of the
- I xperiences of o;;r trip. If a Maori dancer sticks his tongue
out at you, don't be angry. That is their traditional way of ex-
; defiance a gesture Maori warriors made to frighten
Wick' enemies. The tanguq is used repeatedly in this fashl n
throughout their works of art.
F.'om Rotorua, we Hew to South Island, stopping of*' briefly
-'' to Wellington, the nation's capital. The city is built on
steep hills overlooking a beautiful hanbor, which may be climbed
' CiiMecars similar to San Francisco.
Our immediate destination was the city of Christchuroh,
the meet ICnghsh town outside Er-xland" with a population of
4'5,000, making it number three in the country. There are only
'< Jewish families hoc, bet they Ird heard of our comuig, and
n;'d planned an elaborate reception for the evening. We will dis-
cuss this at greater length in next week's article where we tall
about the Jewish community of New Zealand,
Christchuroh, sometimes called the "Garden City of New
Zealand." js the jumping-off spot for a tour of South Island.
Benerally conceded to possess some of the most marvelous
'" v in the world high mountains, majedtic fjords that rival
Nonwrya, Wide plains and unspoiled virgin forests. Dominating
"" '<'. Shadn of the Southern Alps is Mt. Cook (12.380 ft.)
"n" i towers over a score of snow-clad peaks. While we were
"'" in experienced mountain climber almost lost his life
l!> n : to scale Its dizzy heights.
One can fly from the Hermitage Lodge Jusl a few miles
j^ni mi. Coql^'s ajrport; in a small plane, and actually land on
'"Tasman Glacier tor some thrilling sport. However, since the
cai c) iri at any time during the winter season (July
:u I no more than 25 pi rsons ire taken up to Ue glacier
a' "" time, Siding is more popular at Coronet Peak just outside
enstown where there is a One lodge, and plenty of facili-
'' The beauty of this whole area is almost beyond be
' returned to Ohoistchurob in time to catch our Quarrtas
! Sydney Australia,
Miami Ballet To
Open 21st Season
The Mi imi Ballet Company will
"I'n its 21st season Saturd i\. N iv.
27, it 8:30 p m in t1'- D id > Count}
el ium, !. has been announci 1.
Robert Pike, CO-d of th
company is choreographing two
final 111 "Procession." a
C immedin dell'Arte s to Stravin-
sky's Puicinella Suite, and "The
Smallest Gui\" a western ballet
set to music by Don Gillis.
Thomas Armour, irtistic direc-
dor is choifographint; the romantic;
bullet suite. "Les Peris," utilizing
excerpts from an old ballet by
Bui-gmuiier and Jean Paul Cornelia, i
ririncip.il dancer and clioreusraplier |
of the Pennsylvania lid let. will
stage his dramatic ballet "Daugh-:
ten of Mourning" using Frank j
Martin's Petite Symphonic Con- j
certante. Mr. Cornelius bullet will j
feature Judith Recce and (Jerarci ;
jSibbritt as guest artists from the
; Pennsylvania Mallei.
High!ir;l>ting the program will
be two p is de deux's dacced by
guest artist Xata'ia Makarova, the
, Russian ballerina who d ifected
last year to London, and Ted Ki-
Lvitt, principal dancers o' the Ann .-
[lean Mallet Theatre. Peter Fuchs
, will conduct fie Mi ni Ballet Or-
chestra f ir the original ballets:
Vladimir Rodzianko will conduct
the two pas de deuxs.
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[S, Florida Friday. October 29, 1971
Section B
Israel's Vote For Peking
Was Not Against Taiwan
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
trael, along with Jordan. Leb-
1 Saudi Arabia, joined in
| i States' losing effort
|o have the expulsion of the Re-
jblic >>l China (Taiwan) de-
l an "important question"
Lquiring a two-thirds instead of
\ ity vote this week.
Lut then Israeland at least
| ions that oppose her Miri-
liplomacysplit with
pe I'nited State to help replace
| with the People's Re-
?ublii- of China (Peking i.
In casting its vote," declared
Israeli Ambassador Yottef Te-
[oah, "Israe'al delegation was
Inided by the principle that this
a vote which Rives reooe;ni-
bn to the right of the govern-
Luiil ol tiie People's Republic of
("hina to represent China, which
a member of the United Na-
loM, and not a vote for the ox-
joviet Tourist'
rroup Includes
Yoniiiieiit Jews
NEW YORK (WNS) A
(roup of private Soviet citizens,
pektding some Jews, has ar-
ived in New York on a sight-
eing tour that will take them
ross the country. Their pur-
pose is to impress the Americarn
ubtic with the fact Soviet ciiti-
en, nicJuding Jews, can travel
peely.
The group includes two promi-
h< -lit S Aiet Jews, Ool. Gen. Da-
pi 1 Tagunaky, the highest rank-
Jewish officer in the Soviet
Bmy, nd Samuel Ziv. chairman
tile Soviet Bar Association^
They were invited to visit
can Jewish educational,
piltura] and religious institu1-
! by the American Jewish
'icv on Soviet Jewry and
iv Mew York Conference on So-
I'ii'i Jewry.
pnlsion of a member state,"
Explaining his government's
position. Mr. Tekoah said, "De-
spite certain shortcomings in the
(Albanian) resolution, the cen-
tral purpose of the resolution is
to clarify that the government
< f the People's Republic of China
is entitled to represent China in
the United Nations."
In Washington, Israeli sources
said the vote in the General
Assembly was based on political
logic, but woidd not speculate
on how Peking's I'.X. member-
ship will affect the Mideast sit-
uation.
Jan Berns, an aide to the Na-
tional Committee on U.S.-China
Relations who is on loan from
the State Department, explained
that the Peking regime is obvi-
ously in control of 750 million
C hinese, and thus is an over-
whelming political reality that
cannot be ignored. Taiwan, she
added, has a population of some-
thing less than 14 Mj million.
NCJW Urges Senate Care
In Supreme Court Vote
The National Council of Jew-
ish Women has issued a six-
point stand on national and in-
ternational issues of interest to
its members as Americans, as
women and as Jews, following
a national board meeting in
New York.
The NCJW top leadership,
while placing the responsibility
for the selection of Supreme
Court Justices upon the Presi-
dent, urged the Senate to "exer-
cise with greatest care its Con-
stitutional responsibility to ad-
vise and consent."
The NCJW, representing at
least 100,000 women consumers
across the country, urged the
President to remove the sur-
charge by Nov. 15, at the end of
Phase I of his new economic pol-
icy, and resume his efforts to
establish a free flow of trade
among all nations.
As a women's organization
committed to a program of im-
proving the quality of life and
promoting equality of opportu-
nity for all people everywhere,
regardless of sex, race, or relig-
ion, the NCJW expressed its
frustration at the time lag ex-
isting between the promise and
the realization of equal employ-
ment opportunities for all under
Title VII of the Civil Rights Act.
Council leaders, therefore, de-
manded that the Senate take
prompt action to give the Eco-
nomic Opportunity Commission
authority to carry out its re-
sponsibilities in protecting the
right of all Americans to work,
without meeting discrimination
in employment.
The board took a strong stand
in protesting the efforts now be-
ing made to amend the Bill of
Rights to permit non-denomina-
tional prayers in public schools
and to invalidate landmark Su-
preme Court decisions which ad-
judged such prayers a Constitu-
tional violation.
The Council representatives
expressed sympathy, concern
and dismay over the plight of
their fellow Jews in Syria and
Russia and also urged the U.S.
government to renew delivery of
Phantom jets to Israel, extend-
ing appropriate credit in order
to facilitate the transaction.
CJA-iEF Receives $500 Reward
When Julius Frishwasser found 525,000 In negotiable
non-taxable securities on the floor of a booth in Amer-
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he promptly turned the securities over to Shepard
Broad, chairman of the bank's board. After locating
the owner, (who wished to remain anonymous), Mr.
Bread suggested she offer Mr. Frishwasser a reward.
He then suggested that Mr. Frishwasser contribute the
funds to the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign.
Shown at the check presentation ceremony are Robert
Russell, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
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ris Broad, president of the American Savings & Loan
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+Jewlst) FlcrkJiar
Friday, October 29,
Miami Well Represented At
Annual Study Conference
Miami was well represented
when several hundred Jewish
communal leaders representing
do.tns of communities across the
United States convened Oct. 18-
25 in Tel Aviv for the annual
Study Conference of the United
J< wish Appeal, according to L'JA
General Chairman Kriward Gins-
u rg.
Miami participants in the Con-
f< i unco, which reviewed a full
range of critical human needs fac-
ing the people of Israel and evalu-
Bted UJA campaign requirements
for 1972. Included community
leadeu Mrs. Lconanl Frit (Hand.
Mis. Jerome L. Kipnis. Richard D.
Levy, Dr. and Mrs. Ribm S.
Levy, Mr. anil Mrs. Martin Miller.
Mrs. Mike A. Sumberg, Mr. and
Mis. Morton Silberman. Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Wolin. and Myron J.
Bt u .if the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation.
Paul Zuekennan of Detroit and
Meafaulam Kiklis oi New York
served as o chairmen of the Study
Conference. Mr. Zuckertnan is a '
national chairman of the United
Jewish Appeal, and Mr. Riklis is
aei ving as cochairman of the
United Jewish Appeal of Greater
Now York.
The delegates made a firsthand
study of urgent social problems
arising from continuing immigra-
tion and the complexities of immi-
grant absoiption as well as evalu-
ate UJA programs designed tc
meet these problems.
Highlights of the Conference in-
cluded a scheduled celebration of
former Promirr David Ben-
Gurion's 83th birthday, and a clos- (
ing dinner with Prime Ifinistei
Golda Meir.
Delegates met with Israel's For-
eign Minister Abba Kban. Defense ,
Minister Moshe Dayan. and Louil
Pincus, Chairman of the Jewish
Agency Executive. They also mel
with leasing figures representing
Fie Israeli govwumart, tfie J w-
ish Agency, the Jeint Distribution
Committee and other organiza-
tions.
BBYO Names New Director
For North Florida Council
The appointment of Joel S. with adult B'nai B'rith leaders.
Brazeman as supervisor of North ;
Florida Council has been announc- j
ed by Girt Bossak. executive di-
r.vtor of Floiida Region's B'nai!
B'rith Youth Organization.
A part-time director, Mr. Braze- I
man. who resides in Atlanta, Ga.. [
is a native of Minneapolis, Minn.
He comes to the Florida BBYO i
scene with considerable experience j
in the B'nai B'rith program. A
former Regional Aleph Godol
(president) of North Star AZA
Region, he has assisted and seived j
as re&EoBhl director in Minnesota,
and is currently a member of the !
adult BBYO
lanta.
Committee in At-
Mr. Brazeman. who lives with
his wife. Aimeo. and their two
sons in Atlanta, .joins Michael De
Pa'o. Marc Mozlln and Ed Under,
pait-time staffers in the -Miami ;
area under the supervision of Girt
Bossak. in servicing the 46 BBYO
chapters in Florida.
The B'nai B'rith Youth Organi- !
zation. world's largest youth I
movement, is comprised of Aleph ';
Zadik Aleph i boys I. and B'nai
B'rith Girls. With chapters
throughout North America and in I
many other lands. BBYO carries l
forward programs in community
service, social action, leadership j
training and Jewish studies.
Histadruf To Honor
Max Astor Nov. 17
The Israel Histadrut Council of
South Florida will honor Max B.
Astor a veteran Zionist, at its
annual banquet Nov. 17. it was an-
nounced bv Sam Feinstefa), presi-
dent, and Moe Levin, chairman of
the board.
Max B. Astor. a resident of Mi-
ami, was a dramatic actor in New
York, and a devoted worker in the
field of Yiddish literature. He is a
member of the Miami Palette
. Club and the Farband Labor
Zionist Order.
The banquet will highlight the
celebration of David Ben-Gurion's
85th birthday. The former prime
minister was the first general sec-
retary of the Histadrut.
The new North Florida Council
director has workcu in ine Jewish
Community Center of St. Paul as
a group worker and camp pro-
gram director. .As a teenager, he
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ly with BBYo numbers and ad-
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'Friend-Raising' Objective
|0f Annual Presidents' Ball
iKriend-raising" will be the ob-
jve of Mount Sinai Hospital's
|mai President's'Ball, to In- held
lurday, Dec.' 18..at the Diplomat
lei. g0
hat? the purpose assigned it
Kfildred (Mrs. Walter) Jacobs,
[ o-chairman of the affair
, trier unil her husband and
G. Kline.
planning a gala, festive
Uinc whose purpose will be
Jjily to make new friends for
lint Sinai," said Mrs. Jacobs,
n will be no speeches, no
raisins just a good time
I a I '
ping with that goal,
|irt Sinai has signed Peter
and his orchestra to pro-
nusic for the affair, and
[ ned Bill Foerst, opera-
Is manager of the Diplomat,
Dawd Harrison, of Studio of
mts, to transform the hotel's
room into an outdoor garden.
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pital's public relations office; Mrs.
Jacobs stressed "the limited avail-
ability of ringside tables, and
urged that reservations be made
early.
The committee responsible for
arrangements includes Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard Abess, Mr. and Mrs.
L*. E. Bloom, Mr. and Mrs. Max
Cogen, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Cow-
an, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cowen,
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Darsky, Mrs.
Judy Dash, Mrs. Meyer Don, Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Faske. Dr. and Mrs.
Stanley Frehling, Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Friedland. Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Gertner.
Also Dr. and Mrs. Sherman
Kaplan, Mr. and Mrs. Max Kern.
Dr. and Mrs. Milton Lesser, Mr.
and Mrs. Sydney Levison, Dr. and
Mrs. Alexander Libow, Mr. and
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19th International
Congress In Israel
The 19th International Congress
of Aviation and Space Medicine.
taking place in Israel for the first
time, opened in Tel Aviv this week
under the auspices of the Presi-
dent of Israel, Zalman Shazar.
Among those present are the Min-
ister of Transport and Communi-
cation, Shimon Peres, and El Al'S
President Mordeehai Ben-Ari.
Over 500 participants from 40
countries are attending the Con-
gress, including senior officers of
the air forces of the U.S.A., United
Kingdom, France, Denmark, Ger-
many and Italy as well as Dr. Do
Guan Gio of the South Vietnam
Air Force.
Dr. J. Barry. Chief Medical Of-
ficer of NASA (National Aeronau-
tics and Space Administration)
Planning Centre of the U.S.A., is
heading the Congress.
El Al, which is actively partici-
pating in the discussions, is plan-
ning a special session for all 23 of
the company's doctors, from each
station on FA AI's route network.
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Ronald A. Ljpton. chairman ol
the board of Xiox International,
Inc., Miami, has announced the
election of Dav-
id S. Femberton
to board mem-
bership of the
nKMIcIy held
company and his
subsequent ap-
pointment by the
board of direc-
tors as president
of Datatron Cor-
poration, a whol-
ly-owned subsi-
diary of Xiox.
Mr. Lipton
stated that Datatron will now fo-
cus on the buying, selling and
leasing of new and used computers,
including IBM's 370 system, in the
southeastern United States. Data-
tron Corporation, Mr. Lipton add-
ed, will also provide marketing
support to the parent company.
A graduate cf Northwestern
University. Mr. Pemberton, the
founder and former chief execu-
tive of a prominent oomputer leas-
ing company, conn's to Datatron.
with in-depth experience in the
computer, computer peripheral
marketing and leasing fields.
Hillel At U-Miami Names Assistant
Gordon Silverman has been
named to the newly-created post
of assistant director of the Hillel
Foundation at the University of
Miami. He served previously as
the director of student activities
for Hillel, the college arm of B'nai
B'rith, at Dartmouth College.
The new position was made pos-
sible by increased support 'for the
Hillel program from the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation's Com-
bined Jewis'l Aeornl.
Announcement of Mr. Silver-
man's aijpointment was made by
Rabbi Benjamin M. Kahn, national
director of the B'nai B'rith Hillel
Foundations and Prof. Marver
Bernstein of Princeton University,
chairman of the national B'nai
B'rith Hillel Commission.
David Pemberton
Two Luncheon Speakers
Two speakers from the LeagU"
of Woman Voters, Mija Slotta and
Lynn R:;skin. was to beguests a'
the regular luncheon meeting <>'
the Louise Wise Chapter of Ameri-
can Jewish Congress in the Algiers
Hotel at 11:45 a.m. Thursday.
They will discuss "corporate tax"
ind "voting service."
| Council Meeting Friday
The Fall trimester's first
i monthly meeting of the Ida M.
Fisher Community School Coun-
icil. 14?4 Drexel Avenue, Miami
i Beach, will be held Friday at 7:30
p.m., Nate Sirota, Community
Council chairman, notes. Recently
added free Tuesday evening class-
i s ;< the Fisher Community
, Scl ou include Drama and Musical
|Pl I Helen R.c.iiick, teacher; Bible
1 Study Circle with Rabbi David
Miller: and Hebrew and Yiddish
Instruction by Dora Dworkin.
Auxiliary Observes
Tenth Anniversary
Mrs. Ida Hurwitz, founder-pres-
ident, will be in charge of the
program Saturday when the
George Gershwin Lodge Ladies
Auxiliary. Knights of Pythias cele-
brates its loth anniversary with a
11:30 a.m. membership luncheon
in the Pompeii Room of the Eden
Roc Hotel. A number of the char- \
ter members will participate, re-
viewing the highlights of the aux-
iliary's activities and fund-raising
events.
The luncheon is free to paid-up i
members. Mrs. Belle Kroll is the
chairman of the day: president is j
Mrs. Diane Holtzman.
Rabbi Goes To Iran
Rabbi Israel Mowshowitz. past-
president of the Now York Board
of Rabbis participated in the re-
cent celebration of the 2.500th
birthday of Iran. He was the onh
American rabbi invited to the
celebration.
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Jewish forkf/ar)
Friday, October 29,
Judge Shapiro Chairman Of
Mainionides Award Dinner
The Hon. Herbert S. Shapiro,
prominent tocai-attorney and civic
leader, has 'been named clviirman
Temple Emanu-El, Miami Beach,
is a former president of Che Miami
Beach Bar Association. He is a
r of the national bond o;
sity. an honorary founder of Amer-
ican Society for Technion, a vice
i : sldent of the Hebrew Academy,
and : ii'in'o:' of the national
boards of dUreattm of Hi. I
Foundati m, Asthmatic Foundation
and Jewish National Fund.
Tl". J ('.inner nv.rks the second
bald by the Southeast Re-
gfiotl of the American Committee
for sh k H i l in Jeru-
salem, The oldest h K pltal in Israel,
it is currently constructing a new
$18 million complex in Jerusalem.
JUDCt HERBERT SHAPIRO
of the second annual Maimonides
Award dinner which benefits the
Shame Zedek Hospital of Jeru-
salem. Tile gala event will take
place Saturday, Nov. 20, in the
Fontainebleau Hotel.
Judse Shapiro, the president of
TO: General Membership of Wo-
men's Division of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation
FROM: Mrs. Richard Brickman,
Parliamentarian, Women's
Division
The Board of Directors of the Wo-
men s Division of Hie Greater Miami
Jewish Federation will recommend
the adoption of the By-laws Amend-
ments to the General Membership
on Community Education Day, Tues-
day, November 9, 1971, at the
Seville Hotel, Miami Beach. This is
also known as "2nd Tuesday '71
Passport to Life".
To obtain copies of Amendments
call Federation Women's Division at
58-3321.
Scholarship Fund Set Up
In Honor Of Irwin Cassel
The American College of Musi-
cians, 1500 Murray Lane, Austin.
Tex., has set up a Mana-Zucca
Scholarship Fund in honor of the
famed composer's late husband,
Irwin Cassel, who wrote the lyrics
for 90 of the internationally
known musician's compositions.
Through these scholarships, tal-
ented young pianists will be able
to continue their musical educa-
tion.
Mr. Cassel, pioneer Miamian
who died in Miami Beach a few
weeks ago, was well-known not
only as a lyricist, but as a pianist,
organist and outstanding business
executive. Friends throughout the
area are contributing to the
American College of Musicians'
scholarship fund, knowing that
the education of young musicians
was one of the projects nearest to
Mr. Cassel's heart.
Dade Voters Set Record
Dade County eligible voters
reached an all-time high of 502,330
this month, up 35.000 from a year
cording to ".-tin.;; supervisor
if elections WBhard J. Miller. The
increase includes 10,667 registrants
i sen the i ;es ol L8 to 21.
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Tisch Gets
High Post
In Technion
Laurence A. Tisch. Miami Beat*
and New York business and com-
munity leader who is the president-
elect ol' the American Technion So-
viet y. took part in a recent inter-
national meeting In New" York
which adopted a wo rid-wide drive I
to raise S50 million for the Tech-1
nion-Israel Institute of Techno 1
in Haifa.
Funds will be utilized for capi-
tal and Ion;-:-range development of
tile Technion. known as the MIT.
of the Middle East as well as for
endowment of academic d
scho'arships and fellowship funds.
it was announced.
Jacob Walter Ullman, president
of the American Technion S riety
and a frequent Palm Beach visitor.
presided at the sessions. Alexander
Goldberg, president of the Tech-
nion in Israel, was the principal
speaker. Leaders of Techir.on so-
cieties from France. Great Britain
and Canada also participated.
Technion maintains offices in
Miami Beach. Chicago, Detroit, Los
Angeles, Philadelphia and New
York.
Dore Schary Is
Keynote Speaker
George J. Talianoff, State
Dore Schary, the well-known
playwrighfpreducer, will be .the man of the Society,
kevnote speaker at the third an-
The 1971 Society of Folio
dinner.... honoring l-hiltuuh
Abraham L. Mailman.
for Nov. 13 at I
Hotel.
Mr. Schary. honorary natia,
chairman of thi A
League, and a lift I
in public affairs and .1 wish c
munal life, is cum ni
Commissioner of (
ot the City of New 1
In making the
Mr. Talianoff said,
is a distinguish I .\
:. adership Is rcfl m ^
numerable publii vate i
ganizationa in whi he hj
served."
The Society of F
ership group whi memb
work to promote th
tional programs of th League]
inspiring generosity appropriatj
the problems and needs. Men
of the Society sponsor sp
events in the interest oi the
Defamation League and atu
ADL conferences and special |
grams, both in the United Sti
and abroad.
nual dinner-dance held by the
Florida Chapter of The Society of
Fellows of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith, according
to an announcement made by
Maxim.
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jay, October 29, 1971
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Page 5-B
Women's Division Holding
Second Tuesday '71 Nov. 9
Wore than 1.000 men and wo-
.,. expected to attend Sec-
Tuesday '"1", the most ambi-
ts undertaking ever planned by
Women's Division of the
Uter Miami Jewish Federation.
j"hc Nov. 9 community-wide
Ication day at the Seville Hotel
re N ISC-TVs Kdwir.
Lvman. There will also be an
:,-,\l musical drama presenta-
called "Roots."
Second Tuesday will be a day
blaring ideas and knowledge, a
day of participation to involve
people in the partnership that is
the Jewish community of Greater
Miami." Mrs. Burton R. Levey,
president of the Women's Divi-
sion, declared.
Mrs. Mike Sumberg, Women's
Division vice president Educa-
tion, reports that "Images," last
year's original film presentation,
won a Gold Medal at the recent
Atlanta International Film Festi-
val.
Mrs. David Miller, chairman of
& &
j os for "Second Tuesday 71" who met to finalize
(or the Nov. 9 community-wide education day spon-
. the Greater Miami Jewish Federalion's Women's
I ruded, from left, (seated) Mrs. Nard Helman and
5rs. Daniel Sepler; (standing) Mrs. M. W. Friedlander, and
frs. Cheeky Lewis.
Ct ^ c?

T A
^f i" m
' ;-,_-,:' 3
finalizing plans for the Nov. 9 community-wide education
lay of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's Women's
Pivis'.oii are (from left) Mrs. Michael Pascal, program chair-
Pan; Mrs. Abe Marcus, and Mrs. Franklin Rittenberg.
lostcs-es, and Mrs. Mike A. Sumberg, education vice
resident.
,tbe day for "Second Tuesday.'71."
revealed that the invitation to
this year's event will be in the
form of a passport, reflecting the
theme of the day "Passport to
Life."
Four rooms at the Seville Hotel
will be decorated in decors re-
flecting as many international
modes; the hostesses in each room
will be attired in native garb to
further enhance the flavor of the
day. according to Mrs. Michael
Pascal, program chairman for
"Second Tuesday '71." Persons in-
terested in attending this unique
event should contact the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation. Wo-
men's Division.
The Officers of the Federation's
Women's Division are Mrs. Burton
Levey, president; Mrs. Howard
Scharlin, vice president Area Co-
ordination; Mrs. Leonard Fried-
land, vice president Campaign;
Mrs. Jerome L. Kipnis, vice presi-
dent Campaign; Mrs. Donald
Reiff. vice president Community
Organization; Mrs. Mike A. Sum-
berg, vice president Education;
Mrs. Howard J. Tiinz, vice presi-
dent Leadership Training; Mrs.
Salmon Bader, corresponding sec-
retary; Mrs. Stanley Gilbert, re-
cording secretary; Mrs. Harry B.
Smith, nominating committee
chairman; Mrs. Richard Brick-
man, parliamentarian, and Mrs.
Edwin B. Oppenheim, immediate
pact president.
The Committee for Second
Tuesday '71 includes Mrs. Levey,
Mis. Sumberg. Mrs. David Miller,
Chairman of the day; Mrs. Michael
Pascal, program chairman; Mrs.
Morton Silberman, Mis. Richard
Lit'.. Mrs. Harry B. Smith and
Mis. Richard Friedman, program
committee; Mrs. Sol Landau, vis-
ual aids; Mrs. Sherman Kaplan
and Mrs. Irving Cypen, arrange-
ments; Mis. Mendeli Seliu- ami
Mrs. Marvin Saekner, mailing;
Mis. Robert Korman, reserva-
tions; Mis. Edward Galler. trans-
portation; Mrs. Howard Ayares.
Salmon Bader, Mrs. David
Feinberg, Mrs. Harold Gaffin,
klrs. Samuel Gray, Mrs. Robert
Gruder, Mrs. Arthur Horowitz.
Mrs. Harold Moss and Mi's. John
Shapiro, creative effects and dec-
orations.
Also, Mis. Alexander Kogan
and Mrs. Robert Frank, table
decorations centerpieces; Mrs.
Marvin Gross, publicity; Mrs.
Robert Fenster and Mrs. Robert
Traurig, hostess chairmen; Mrs.
Fred Singer, seating; Mrs. Sol
Goldstein, follow through; Mrs.
Leonard Friedland, Mrs. Howard
Trinz, Mrs. Donald Reiff and Mrs.
Howard Scharlin. vice presidents;
Mrs. Michael I.ipsky. Miami Beach
chairman; Mrs. Adolph Berger,
North Dade chairman; Mrs.
Morton Weinberger, South Dade
chairman; Mrs. Alan B. Kessler.
Mrs. Salmon Lerner. Mrs. B. D.
Melselman and Mrs. Mort Kaplan,
committee members at large.
atcr
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ollar business operation. Hyman
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Planning the Nov. 9 "Second Tuesday 71" program at the
Seville Hotel are Mrs. Maury Schwartz, (left) hostess; Mrs.
David Miller, chairman of the day; and Mrs. Gerald Miller,
hostess.
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FORTE TOWERS TRIBUTE BANQUET
Honoring
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6:30 P.M.
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LEO MINDLIN, GUEST SPEAKER
RUTH RAFFO, GUEST ARTIST
Rabbi Harry Jolt, Hon. Chairman
Joseph Mondres, Banquet Chairman
Bill Pinsker, Ticket Chairman
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN MAYOR JAY DERMER
Chairman, J.N.F. Foundation President
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Friday, October 29, 1J
Cowen To Serve As Nixon Senate Aide
President Nixon has announced
the promotion of Kugene S.
Cowen, to be deputy assistant to
the President for congressional re-
lations. He will have principal re-
sponsibility for legislative affairs
with the U.S. Senate^
Mr. Cowen is honorary chair-
man of the government division of
the United Jewish Appeal. He ami
In Wometco Theatres
The comedy drama "Kotch."
starring Walter Matthau. began
its run this week in the Miracle,
163rd Street, Carlyle. Hallandale
and Gateway-Ft. Laudcrdale thea-
tres. "The Organization" starls
Friday at the Byron, Paramount,
Shores, Suniland and Twin I
Gables. Hold-overs include "One
Day in the Life of Ivan Deniso-
vich." at the Carib and Patio, and
"Pinocchio," at the Plaza in Holly-
wood.
Miamian Elected
National Officer
Of Technion Unit
Mrs. Martin W. (Dorothy)
Spector of Miami has been elected
a national vice president of the
tiress assistant, and then as ad- u^^,,'*. division of the American
ministrative assistant in charge of
a staff of 35 people.
his family are members of Temple
Kmanuel in Kensington, Md.
Mr. Cowen joined the White
House staff in July, 1969. For 11
years he worked for Sen. Hugh
Scott (Rep.-Pa.) serving first as
ORT Chapter Meetings
Local chapters of Women's Amer-
ican ORT have scheduled early
November meetings, including
i.r\iti'r .Miami-100 Lincoln Kernel,
u.iieh will meet at 12:30 p.m.
Wednesday in the Lower Lobby;
Or*an Harbor, 11:30 a.m. Tuesday,
Nov. 9, in the New Restaurant,
Harbor House South, and Flamin-
go, which will meet in the 1200
West Ave. auditorium at 1 p.m.
Thursday, Nov. 11, with Dr. David
Kar.b of Temple Beth Raphael as
^uost speaker.
Technion Society.
Mrs. David W. Herrmann of Fort
Lee, N.J. Is the new national pres-
ident. Elections were held during
the organization's recent biennial
convention in New York City.
The group voted to expand its
fund-raising efforts beyond the
women's division's traditional as-
sistance to Technion students.
Through its new program, un-
dertaken in conjunction with the
Technion's upcoming 50th anniver-
sary observances in 1974, the di-
vision will provide support for the
biomedical engineering sciences at
the Technion in Haifa. Israel.
Principal speakers at the con-
vention were Sen. Henry M. Jack-
sen of Washington, a Democratic
presidential contender, and Gen.
Haim Laskov, former chief of
staff of the Israeli defense forces.
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guests are expected to attend the Jewish National Fund
tribute banquet honoring Bernard and Nettie Liberman
Sunday evening, in the Forte Towers ballroom. The com-
mittee planning the affair includes, from left, (seated) Joseph
Mondies, banquet chairman; Rabbi Harry Jolt, honorary
chairman, and Gus Tatken; (standing) Hnrry Gulden, Louis
Gittleman, JNF Hi-rise Committee chairman. Cantor Saul H.
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"Everybody talks about"
what they will do to help
Senior Citizens. As an
original member of the
Miami Beach Rescue Squad
I didn't just talk about it.*.
I did help! As a City Council-
man I will fight to reduce
bus fares for Senior
Citizens.. .1 will fight to
repeal laws which make'
people pay the 4% sales tax
on apartments again and
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I won't just talk. I'll Do!"
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Games Party Monday
A games party will be held by
Lincoln Chapter 1288. B'nai B'rith
Women, in the 100 Lineoi
dab room Monday, Uginnii
12:30 p.m. A small donation
quired; bring your own
I, SID GERSH, am the only candidate for MIAMI BEACH
COUNCIL to get to Hie core of the problem. Without any f|J
with minor issues.
There is one issue, and one issue only, that I pr0|
to dedicate myself to: and that is prosperity for Miami
If there is prosperity on Miami Beach ALL benefit.
HOW DO I PROPOSE TO DO THIS?
The main industry of Miami Beach is tourism. Since
advent of Disneyworld to Central Florida our tourist orii
economy is threatened. TAMPA is building a 90-mile
rail to Disneyworld, where they expect 30 million touristsj
year. Miami Beach which has more to offer the tourist thai
other city in the world must immediately facilitate and!
mote mass transportation from Disneyworld that faiJ
vacation to Miami Beach, that fairytale come true, and]
again make our City the Tourist Capital of the world.
Toward this goal I, Sid Gersh, will dedicate my
duries.
If I win this election, Miami Beach won't lose a City.]
Committee to elect Sid Gersh Councilman Pull Levfl
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T Women Slate
Games Night Nov. 6
The annual scholarship games
iiicht sponsored by the YM-
VWHA Women <>f Greater Miami
will be held at the 'Y' Saturday,
Nov. (!, at SW i>.m.. according to
l:s. l.iv S',ia')H>. President,pf^ttiv
worn n's group.
The evening program is open to
Y" members and the general pub-
lie, with tickets available at the
V office, 8500 SW 8th St. Special
prizes await those who attend,
M> g, Shapiro laid.
Proceeds WlH benefit the schol-
arship program for needy youngs-
tors at the Y'. an agency of the
Greater Miarri Jewish F< deration
and the Unit d Fund of Dade
County.
commit t>-- chairmen include
'Mis. H< len VignaH, Mrs. Alan Lei-
ter, Mrs. Murray Scheinthal and
Mis. Max Erdnetm. All groups of
the V. i | the Men's Club,
senior citizens and singles, are
, working on the yearly games
night.
Oholei Torah Opens
Adult Class Series
Oholei Torah school has started
{in adult education series designed
In help parents keep abreast of
their children's Hebrew education.
Rabbi Sholom D. Lipskar. princi-
pal, said many parents cannot ap-
preciate then children's progress
01 assist them because of a lack
Hi Hebrew ba kground.
Classes Will be held Thursdays
from 8 to 10 p.m. at Beth Israel
Congregation. 770-loth St.. Miami
i SU : CtS offered will in-
< ide Bible Torah Portion of the
Week, Hebrew reading and con-
versation, Jewish laws, customs
and traditions, Jewish history,
philosophy and ethics.
Dr. Harry \Y. Forgan. professor
ol education at the University of
Miami, will speak to parents Nov.
IS at the school auditorium, 500
SW 17th Ave. He is consulting
with the faculty to upgrade edu-
cational standards, according to
Rabbi Lipskar.
Rabbi Completes Tenth Year
Kufcbi Max Shapiro, who has
(Completed !* W*i year of service
at Beth Kortosh Congregation, will
begin l-te Frtd iv evening ser\-ices
there at 8:13 p.m. Friday. Nov. 5.
The rci>hi. wlio previously serve.l
22 yi nirs as sph btual leader of Bath
David Congreg.ition, will speak on
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The first in the "Sound of Books" series of reviews spon-
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Rabbi and Mrs. Joseph N. Narot, who will summarize Ger-
maine Greer's "The Female Eunuch" in the temple's Wolfson
Auditorium Tuesday, Nov. 2. Planning committee for the
series includes Mrs. Jack Schillinger, treasurer; Mrs. How-
ard Novell, president; Mrs. Barbara Rado, vice president,
and Mrs. Phyllis Newman (seated in front of the table); Miss
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Mrs. David Press, Mrs. Martin Wassemian, Mrs. Stanley
Yorke, and Mrs. David Nabat (standing).
IVew Art Gallery, Showrooms Open
The women's committee of the Cuban Hebrew Congre-
gation, Miami Beach, raised $5,000 for the American
Medical Center at Denver, Colo., and were rewarded
with a plague for their efforts. Shown from left to right
are Esther Gorfinkel, Maria Behar, Guta Huppert, chair-
man. Sheila Levrant, president of Flamingo Cancer
League, Helen Sobie, Ana Sapoznik and Felicia Beker.
The Denver center is a national cancer research facil-
ity partially supported by five local chapters in the
Miami area.
Galaxy of Gifts, Inc.. has opened
showrooms and a gallery at 207
\K 39th St., in the heart ot
M imi's "d i row."
The three-year-old Hrm was
started by two C ty of Miami Beach
employees bui'ding n i ntenance di-
vision supervisor Buddy Grin, r and
public works s Iministrative Jerry
Barish, each of whom worked for
nore than 12 years for the city.
The company Imports and sells
original oil paintings, reproductions
and other works of art. The own-
rs have added t custom framing
large selection of
. Ings on h nd,
Both prof ssi nals and amateurs
i '. i ork of art in
Folk Dancing And
Everyone who is interested in
learning Israel folk dancing In the
North Dade and Miami Beach
ana is invited to come to the aud-
itorium of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation Building, 4200 Bis-
eayne Blvd.. Tuesday, at 8 p.m.
There is no age limit; all will be
allowed to participate.
In addition, the latest as well as
the nicest Hebrew songs will be
taught in this program, which is
iMing co-sponsored by the Bureau
of Jewish Kducation of Greater
Miami and the Commission of
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Jewish Congress. 1190 NE 125th
St., North Miami.
the new gallery, according to Mr,
Giiner, wfi intmgs hang in
\ cutive offici a throughout the
Miami Beach Citj Hall.
L tl talent intei ; in show-
ings are Invited to contact Galaxy
: :ts.
USY Hospitality Weekend
B'nai Raphael United Syna-
gogue Youth will hold the annual
hospitality weekend Nov. 12-14.
T!u me if the weekend is "friend-
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senior U.S.Y. chapter members are
welcome; applications arc now
being distributed. For information
call the temple office.
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vJewisti ncrfdRan
Friday, October 29, 1971
A unique feshion show was pre-
sented iit the D'.plonu.t Hotel dur-
ing the national convention of
Women's American ORT. Beauti-
ful clothes in rich opulent fabrics,
many exquisite'y ha;ul enibiuidered
and beaded mad not one was for
sale.
The so(phiitiea.,-ed, chic and some-
times avant girde creations were
designed and executed by fashion
design fixidens of ORT in France,
Iran. Morocco and Israel. The col-
lection is b:ou?ht into the United
States as '"exhibits" in order to
avoid prohibitive customs duty. The
collection, or parts of it, travel to
many cities, and after several years
simply wear out.
Local members of ORT modeled
e hand picked collection far over
1,700 women during their Monday
kmohaofl in the Grand Ballroom.
Marcy (Mrs. D:>nald) Lrfton,
Southeastern Florida Region's fash-
ion stxxv chaiiman, was bnckstage
early to supervise the rehearsal
Her stunning pants ensemble fea-
tured a tai>es!ry jacket over brown
knit pants, a cream satin Mouse
and a multi-cole red jabot-tied
acarf.
Also hard at work hacksta.^o WSJ
Ruben, a very Ulentcxl hair and
cosmetic stylist who was formerly
with Kenne'.h of Now York and is
currej My associated with Mr.
Bernard of Bay Harbour. Hanno-
lore Hill of Bu~dine's was KSpOtl-
sible for coordinating (file acces-
sories and dellvei ing the commen-
tary.
In the aud;enee was Bert (Mrs.
Theodore i Zalles, looking wry
comfortable in a pants ensemble
featuring soft muted colors in a
free-form design. Ann (Mrs.
George) Linden chose a ye'low
Bud white swirl patterned dress
and matching jacket. Mrs. Fay
Rose topi>ed her white stitched
pants with a teal blue long line
bodice. Sadye (Mrs. Herman)
Bookman was in a navy and white
pants ensemble. Evelyn (Mrs.
Daniel) Levine corri'^ined beige,
bone and toast in a geometric pat-
terned knit. A sleeveless white
knit was seen on Estelle (Mrs.
Bernard) Lash. Navy and white
trimmed the neck, waist and hem-
lines.
Hedy (Mrs. Donald) Carlin was
in a white embroidered Sheath
with an oriental styled jacket. A
black jump suit was seen on Ro-
berta (Mrs, Eugene) Weiss. Mona
(Mrs. Joel) Sugermanrs black silk
crepe jump suit had white at the
bodice and her red sleeveless vest
was fringed with red feathers.
Judy (Mrs. Frank) Finkelstein
wore a knit pants ensemble in
frosted cherry with navy and white
trim. Susan (Mrs. Robert) Good-
man topped multi-colored pants
with a red knit ribbed bodice. A
black moygashel linen maxi was
the choice of Sonny (Mrs. Morton)
So'anvm. It was slit open in front
and piped with white.
Mrs. Helen Bloom's gold knit
ensemble had a matching gold
and blue striped blazer jacket.
M <. Gussie Rosenkranz wore a
gold chain belt with her iced
'emon waffle weave pants ensem-
ble. Frances (Mrs. George) Sass
Vizrn Thai locked quite feminine
in her floral skirt and white long
sleeved ruffled blouse.
A c'assically understated black
..i w'a! to dress was worn by Mary
i Mrs. All Diamond. A question
about the unusual fabric brought
out the fact that she had bought
the dress in France. Faye (Mrs.
Leo) Bersofskys one piece dress
had the two piece look with a
b: i.vn plaid skirt and a semi-sheer
bodice.
The layered look of fashion was
seen on Elaine (Mrs. Gerson) Solo-
mon. Ombred blues corrtbined with
white in her pants ensemble. Bea
(Mrs. Nat) Freeman chose a choc-
olate brown silk knit jump suit in
the nautical style. It was trimmed
with white and featured an elon-
gated back collar which ended at
the waist.
Helene Joy Brenner And Bridegroom,
Dr. Fred Furgang, To Lire in Key West
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Geri-Jane Is Engaged
To Dr. Wayne Riskin
Mr. and Mrs. Murray G. Cohen,
members of the pioneer Isidore
Cohen family, announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Geri-
Jane, to Dr. Wayne Gerald Riskin,
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Riskin.
The bride-elect graduated from
Northwestern University School of
Dental Hygiene and the University
of Miami School of Education. The
president of the East Coast Dental
Hygiemst*.' Association, she is cur-
rently teaching second grade at
Coral Terrace Elementary School
The groom-to-'be, who was on
the dean's list during his entire
pre-medical training at the Uni-
versity of Miami was a member of
Alpha Epsilon Delta pre-medical
honor society. He graduated from
the University of Miami School of
Medicine, where he was a member
of Alpha Omega Alpha honor so-
ciety and Phi Delta Epsilon medi-
cal fraternity, and is presently in-
terning at University of Miami-
affiliated hospitals.
A late spring wedding is planned
by the couple.
Mizrachi Women In
Enlarged Quarters
Mizrachi Women of Florida
Council has moved to enlarged
quarters in suite 402. 420 Lincoln
Rd. Members of the Council's exec-
utive board and all presidents are
invited to a special Council meet-
ing at 10 am. Monday.
Hatikvah Chapter was to hold
its annual member-brinK-a-member
tea Thursday at 1 pjn. in Beth
Israel Synagogue. Mrs. Hyman
Kolko, president, has promised an
"Instant Tour of Israel'' by film
narration, presented by Louis
Young. Ann Schmidt is member-
ship chairman; Ruth Zellner is
program director.
Shalom Chapter's Installation
luncheon will be held at the Ritz
Plaza, 17th and Collins Ave. at
12:30 p.m. Monday. The presidium
of three ROSES Ehrenreich,
Shapiro and Lugerner, and their
oahinet will be installed by Rabbi
Max Shapiro of Beth Kodesh Con-
gregation. Toastmistress will be
Mrs. Alfred Stone, coordinator of
Florida Council.
Helene Joy Brenner l>ecame the
bTkk of Dr. Fred A. Furgang, Sun-
day. Oct. 2:!, at King's Bay-
raid Country Club. Rabbi 11
M. Baumgard conducted the B
p.m. ceremonies; B WOeptton foi
the couple followed at the e!ub.
The b:ide, a sixth grade teachet
at Frank C. Martin Elementary
School, is the i !"hvr of Robert
Brei-.n.-r and the late Mrs. Rose
Brenner. She graduated from Co-al
Sato! s II ''i School and the Uni-
versity of Miami, where she was
a member of Phi Sigma Sigma
sorority, and has been teaching in
Dade County schools for the past
five years.
The groom, son of Mr. and Mrs.
William Furgang of Bronx, N.Y.,
graduated from New York Uni-
versity and Columbia University
College of Physicians and Surge-
ons. A member of the UnderSea
Medical Society and the Society of
Anesthesiologists, he interned at
Jackson Memorial Hospital and is
currently diving medical officer
for the U.S. Navy, stationed ii
Key West.
For her wedding, the new Mrs.
Furgang selected on original A-
hne princess-style floor-length
gown of candlelight Dulcette satm
trimmed with pearl clusters. Peau
d'Ange lace and embroidery. The
sheer yoke was finished with a
high lace collar; the lace was re-
peated on the bodfee, bishop
sleeves, skirt and scalloped hem.
Her chapel-length mantilla of
matching lace was topped by a
lace and pearl-embroid?red Cam-
elot-style headpiece, and she car-
ried a prayer book covered with a
cascade of white Cataleya orchids
and stephanotis.
The bridal attendants included
the bride's sister, Mrs. Lewis H.
Dorfman, matron of honor; Carole
Ros, Judith Shapiio and Nancy
Biller, bridesmaids; Janet Snider,
flower girl; Richard Dorfman. ring
bearer, and the groom's brother,
Stuart Furgang, best man. Martin
-, Dr. Robert Schmidt and
he bride's b.otVr-in-L'.w, L
y>"fn-.an, ushered.
i .-. and Mrs, Furgang wftH
heir home in Key West foil i
i honeymoon in Jamaica.
M*S. F* A, FVRCAIW
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Benefits Sunland
The Sunflower Society is spon-
soring a Halloween Party at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kas-
den. 6431 Pine Tree Drive Circle,
Miami Beach, at 8:30 p.m., Satur-
day; proceeds will go to the re-
tarded children at Sunland Train-
ing Center.
Mrs. Morris Cohen is chairman
of this event. The public is invit-
ed; costumes are optional. For in-
formation or reservations conta> t
Mrs. Edward Weiss, Mrs. G. Go-
vaert or Mrs. Paul Kasden. Presi-
dent of the group is Mrs. S. J.
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North Dade Chapter Plans Book Review, Art Auction
"The Tenants" by Bernard Mai- i day, Nov. 17, in the Washington
amud will be reviewed by Edith
Jacobson at a breakfast sponsored
by North Dade Chapter, B'nai
H'rith Women, Wednesday at 10
a.m. in the Alien House's Bay-
view Steak Pub, 158th and Collins
Avenue.
An art auction, sponsored by
the Chapter will be held Wednes-
Federal Building, 633 NE lG7th
St., North Miami Beach. Viewing
..ill be from 7 to 8 p.m., With bid-
ding starting at 8 o'clock. There
will be all types of art available
ir, varying price ranges. Admission
is free; refreshments will be
New officers elected by the Miami Beach
Chapter of the Women's Division of the
American Technion Society include, from
left, (seated) Mrs. Henry Arthur, vice presi-
dent; Mrs. Nathan Leder, vice president;
Mrs. Milton Sirkin, president; Mrs. George
Valentine, vice president; (standing) Mrs.
Sam Horowitz, recording secretary; Mrs.
Flora Sinick, corresponding secretary; Mrs.
Jack Cantor, chairman of the day; Mrs. Harry
Shockett. financial secretary, and Mrs. Sam-
uel Frommer, treasurer.

Annual Turnabout1 Dinner
Lorber Chapter of the Children's
Asthma Research Institute and
Hospital at Denver will hold its
annual "Turnabout" dinner meet-
ing, with members and their mates
reversing roles, Tuesday, Nov. 9, at
7 p.m. in the Kings Bay Yacht
Club. The meeting will be con-
ducted by Arnold Grossman, whose
wife, Phyllis is Chapter president.
Guest speaker will be Norma
Frazier of Weight Watchers.
Miami area women reelected to new two-year terms
on Pioneer Women's national board are Mrs. Milton
Green cf Coral Gables, (left) and Mrs. Miriam Gingold
of Miami Beach. The two women, veteran Pioneer
Women leaders, were unanimously reelected to the
top organizational posts at Pioneer Women's national
convention held recently in St. Louis.
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*Jm4s9i fforidFian
Friday. October 29, 1971
Miami Happenings
!-< < m : h l' U i!' >n
Bott l will b i the setting [ r th i
annual dinr r- tr.ce ol V >t re,
inc.. ai 6 p.m. s-\-i 1 ly Harry
Bevj Is pre: rat i lie gi oup.
A & -tt
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David 11. rioinofi has joined
'he Carrier Bank of Miami
Beach m rtgage departrhent as
a mortgage analyst and real es-
tate appraiser. A graduate of
the University o! Miami, he was
previovsly employed as a loan
Gerald Strober, Protestani Con-
sultant for the American Jewish
Committee, has been invited to
speak at the local chapter's
open membership meeting in
the auditorium oi the Federation
Building, 4200 Biscayne Blvd.,
Monday at 8 p.m. His topic will
be "The Future of Jerusalem."
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Barry College will present The
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the second pant ol" its culture se-
ries in t'le college auditorium
iit 8:15 p.m. Sunday. T.i "Amer-
ican J y/i. Dance'' g.aup. (four
I'efales and or.:- male) hive per-
formed throughout the United
Staves.
h -to tie
\Yi< M Miami stork broker
Leslie Silvcrniiui has Opened an
office tor the investment bank-
ing firm of Mullcr and Company.
members of the Now York an I
American stock exchanges, at
5E00 S\V 73rd St.. South Miami,
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C'hiirles \V. Sukol. local general
agent of Protective Life Insur-
ance Co.. was a member of the
faculty at the advanced under-
writing sales seminar held at the
company's home office in Birm-
ingham, Ala., last week. Mr.
Sokol spoke en "The Brief Serv-
ice Re-Visited."
Harry (Hap) Levy
Will Be Installed
HBITy (Hap> Levy, newly-elected
in siilont of the Greater Miami
Chapter of the American Friends
if Hebrew University, wi'l be in-
stalled iit a dinner in his honor
[*ue lay, Nov. 9, ait the Fon-
bleau Hotel.
General Yitzhak Rabin, Israel's
Ami l-s.'dor to the United States,
will be the distinguished guest of
honor; he will bring a message
regarding Israel's current devel ,>-
ment and comtttton
Judge Herbert S. Shapiro, hon-
orary president cf the Greater
Miami Chapter will be chairman
:>f the reception committee greet-
ing Gen. Rabin at the airport ui>on
his arrival A press conference will
!x' held soon after his arrival'.
Meet Planned By
Histadrut Women
The monthly meeting of the Wo-
men's Council Histadrut will be
held at noon Nov. 10. in the Cadil-
lac Hotel, according to Mildred
Sahl. president.
Movies of the South Florida
Histadrut Study Mission to Israel
this past summer will be shown.
The women's council is engaged
in a project to donate medical
equipment to the medical center
in the Negev. Reservations for the
luncheon may be made at the
Histadrut office.
Ladies Of Fashion Conduct
Bond-With-Israel Luncheon
Joyce Farbcr To
Present Concerts
For the fourth consecutive sea-
son, Joyce Faiher of Miami Beach,
will present a scries of concerts
for the Histadrut Council it has
been announced by the Histadrut
chairman.
Mrs. Farber, who has sung at
the Fontainebleou, Americana,
Eden Roc, and Dcauville Hotels,
this summer sang in Israel at the
Accadia Hotel and the Sharon
Towers, in Herzlte. She has per-
formed with the North Miami
B ach Symphony, the Miami B
Symphony, and the Hollywood
Phimarmor.de Orchestra, and is
serving as the business manager
and producer of the North Miami
Beach Symphony for the eighth
year.
A lyric soprano. Mrs. Farber
has also appeared in opera, and
her conceits at many South Flor-
ida condominiums and on the
cruise ships operating out of Mi-
ami, have made her a popular fav-
orite. Arrangements for concerts
on behalf of the Histadrut may be
made by any groups or organiza-
tions by contacting the Is: 'el His-
tadrut office at One Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach,
Bv FELICE SCHWARTZ
it x'
Bjmarrilc" and Beautiful national
pn si V il ol Had issah. Mrs. Max
is the main spsafces at
the M eh Hadasaah B md-
witli-I.siail luncheon at the Fon-
tainehl. an Hotel. She graced the
dais in a bright-hued kmgr-sieeved
silk print of yellow, purple and
green. Chairman of bhe day, Mrs.
Philip Thau, was ecstatic over the
enthusiastic audience of "J.oOO per-
sons, ii national record Mrs. Thau
wire ii sky blue b; e. sad and cut
tcIvi on chiffon drt s with match-
ing CO-..
The Woman of Valor award was
presented to Mrs. Leon Kronish
for her years or devotion to the
State of Israel. She looked stun-
Ining in her navy suede suit. Her
[cardigan jacket, Its packets trim-
med with gold buttons, w is offset
by a knee-length skirt with a
double front pleat. She U>p|>od her
outrit with a white furry hat which
her husband. Dr. Leon Kronish.
called her crown because of her
beauty and brilliance.
Mrs. Sam Shnorihdff delivered
the toast to the State of Israel
She was chic in a pleated, below-
the-knee skirt and Mack knit top.
Her white pyramid-shaped cloche
was simple and unadorned. She
was nm.i proud of the conversa-
tion plec per* inl she was wear-
ing. It w as d icd by her archi-
tect sop. M h mh ill'. The
center figure w s imived tiom
r. r\ tusks an l was surround d
Dancers Auditioning
At Miami Conservatory
An open audition will be held
Saturday at 1:30 p.m. at the Mi-
ami Conservatory. 5818 SW 73 St.
Male and female dancers, 13
years or older, for the full-length
production of the "Swan Lake"
ballet will be selected.
The 'Swan Lake' performance,
which will take place April 21-22.
will be the largest production at-
tempted by the Miami Ballet Co.
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blonde hair.
A tireless supporter for Israeli
causes. Mrs. Jacob Rifkin. was
beautiful in her Florence Lustig
navy silk dress lined with navy
and white polka dots, which was
exposed at the skirt hem with but-
tons partly opened. She chose red
as her accessory color, highlight g
a reptile bag from Jerusalem.
Lillian Goodman was fashionable
in a long print skirt, buttoned to
the ankle, topiied with a black V-
neck knit blouse .\itn three-quarter
sleevs.
Anna Brenner Meyers, school
board member, donned a cocoa-
brown puckered nylon straight-
tned dress, trimmed with a simple
brown suede belt.
Mrs. Jerry Sussman. president of
the Renanah group of Ffttdassah,
(jhessed in a beige knit; the skirt
w;is mostly suede, and buttoned
below the knee, just meeting her
leather ixx>ts.
Also on the dais was Mrs. Etta
West in. Israel Bond chairman oi
I'riton Towei s. looking smart in a
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*Jm$H ncrkffan
Page 11 3
Injured Recovering In
Shaare Zedek Hospital
IjERUSALEM Jack Green-
att, 20, formerly of Brooklyn,
ew Vork, ami Irina Voronova,
recently arrived from Lenin-
ad, are recovering in Jerusa-
E-m's Shaare Zedek Hospital fol-
inving the Oct. 10 grenade explo-
Hon wheh injured 16 people.
The three Arab wounded were
jken to the Government Hospital
i iho Old City, while the thirteen
nsh casualties were rushed to
Shaare Zedek Hospital, which has
long history of caring for the
victims of terrorist attacks, in-
cluding the Mahane Yehuda and
[Supersol incidents.
'The police telephoned us that
Ihey wrre bringing the wounded
Shaare Zedek." says Dr. Shi-
mon Gelfand, a surgeon on duty
In the hopital's new Emergency
ing Department, "and we
instantly cleared the unit to re-
c the casualties."
T r; beds were made ready in
li H. Emergency Unit and an addi-
tional 15 were prepared In the
11 : Ital's main corridor leading to
the Emergency Department. The
i.in was alerted, as no one
.. Initially how many people
were wounded when the grenade
d at the end of Shabbal in
narrow lane leading to the
Western Wall compound.
and, himself a new Im-
ranl Mom Moscow who arrived
ii [si lei only six months ago, be-
speaking to 17-year-old Irina
ii ii native tongue and she Im-
liately n sponded.
"She was badly wounded by
pieces of shrapnel ail along her
left side down through her legs,"
Dr. Gelfand reports. "We rushed
her to the Emergency Unit's oper-
ating room immediately and I re-
moved over a hundred pieces of
shrapnel from her body."
Irina is now recovering nicely
from her wounds. Her parents.
who live in Netanya, were noti-
fied and came to Jerusalem where
her mother. Mrs. Esther Raitgur,
has remained, sleeping in the hos-
pital, watching over her only child.
She and her husband were man-
agers of a store in Leningrad,
where the family has lived for
generations. When they applied
for visas to leave the Soviet Union
in 19i>9. Irina was dismissed from
school and from the Komsomol
youth organization.
"We waited so long to come
here." Mrs. Haitgur says, "and we
have been so happy these past
thn e months in Isra< 1 then
this." Bu! the family is not deter-
red in its ili termination to live a
good life as Jews in Israel.
Mr. and Mis. Raitgur attend ul-
in Netanya and they have re-
' .'.ol a three-room apartment
I from the Jewish Agency. They
hope to eventually open a gi neral
store in Netanya, Irina lives in the
student's dormitory of The Heb-
rew University on Mount Scopus.
she is presently studying Hebrew
b I wants to i arn a degri e in
matics. Three n lends from
Leningrad who also recently im-
migrated with their families study
with her at the Mount Scopus
campus.
Smiling from her bed in Shaare
Zedek Hospital. Irina talks about
the future. ,1**rt-Tmrt'*>f the Jew-
ish people." she says in halting
English, "and I am glad to share
everything with the Israelis
even this."
Jack Greenblatt, the 29-year-old
Brooklynite wounded in the gren-
ade blast, was immediately oper-
ated upon by Shaare Zedek's Head
of the Department of Surgery, Dr.
A. Steiner. The patient was seri-
ously wounded in the abdomen,
but is recovering.
Dr. Theodore Fink. Shaare Ze-
dek's Deputv Director of Medi-
cine, himself a now immigrant
from New York, spoke to Jack's
parents by telephone from New
York. The anxious parents were
briefed on their son's condition by
Hospital Director Professor Da\ id
M. Maeir.
An alumnus of Brooklyn Col-
lego. Jack received his master's
degree in Biochemistry from Ford-
ham University. He arrived in Is-
rael in August and lives and
studies Hebrew at the Absorption
C< nt( r for New Immigrants in
I.od.
Interviewed In his hospital bed.
Jack smiled weakly as he spoke of
fate. "I used t walk through the
worst neighborhoods ol New
York," he said, "and nothing ever
happened to me. I'm here less
than two months and 1 came to
Jerusalem for the holiday ci lebra-
tions and I received my initia-
tion as an Israeli!"
Alter his recovery, he expects
to return to his Hebrew studies
before looking tor a Job as a bio-
chemist.
Three of the victims of the Oct.
10 grenade blast near the Wail-
ing Wall are shown receiving
treatment at Shaare Zedek Hos-
pital in Jerusalem. Above, Dr.
Shimon Gelfand, a recent immi-
grant from Russia, speaks his
native language as he tends the
wounds of another Russian im-
migrant, Irina Vcronova, 17. Dr.
Gelfand also treated young
Rahel Goldberg (above, right)
and Jack Greenblatt, (right)
who came to Israel from the
United States to study.
Itosen Faces
1 Opponent
lay will be decisive in Coun-
I Hai id Rosen's all-out cam-
: to retain his seat In Group 4
I the Miami Beach councilmanic
1
R en has only one opponent.
land thus will not have a run-off
weeks later. He was appointed
.-. i esenl seat 10 months ago
Iwtlcn Norman Ciment resigned to
1 accept a judicial post.
Rosen tins week gained en-
ements from the Miami Beach
[Sun, the Dado County Federation
labor and the Dado Better
1 i ivemment League.
II- pushed his campaign for en-
larged city beaches, coordinated
Itourism promotion and a general
Iimprovement of the Miami Beach
I business climate.
Rosen is a former municipal
Ijudge, past president of the Miami
[Beach Jaycees and former exalted
ruler of the Elks. He is active in
JBnai B'rith, Temple Kmiru-EI.
K.i.-hts of Pyth.ir.-s and other
|oi .:.mi7.ations.
Burns Given
New Support
Bob Burns nccelervited his cam-
paign for Miami Beach city coun-
I oil this week in Group 5 as lie re-
i ved new endorsements from
Democratic and senior citizens
[ org'Uiizations.
"Everybody talks about what
I they can dj to help the senior
I citizens," Burns assorted, "but I
[did something to help."
He pointed to his years of serv-
ice in the Miami Beach fire d-'part-
i merrt, where he was an original
I member of the rescue squad.
Burns, who worked his way
through the University and its law
I seliool, now is a practicing attor-
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bus fares for senior citizens.
He also says he is against the
stale sales tax on apartment rent-
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Friday, October 29, 1971
Haber Urges Big Turnout
Dr. Leonard Habor, a candidate
for the Miami Boach City Coun-
cil, said although many people
have been characterizing this elec-
tion as somewhat "lackluster," it
may bye one of, the mos,t important
elections ever held on Miami
Beach.
"In addition to electing a mayor
and two councilmen." Dr. Haber
said, "two key questions concern-
ing the Florida corporate tax and
the issue of doctors on ambulances
will be on the ballot."
"These two issues are of vital
concern to the people of Miami
Beach," Dr. Haber said. "I urge
all voters of Miami Beach to vote
yes to both issues."
The voters have a chance next
Tuesday to turn Miami Beach
around and get it moving in the
right direction again, said Dr.
Haber.
"I left New York over six years
ago because of the rising crime
rate, pollution and general dete-
rioration of the area." he said. "I
see these same things slowly
creeping into Miami Beach. It's
now time for all of us to stop
running and start fighting. We
can no longer afford to turn our
back on the problems, both eco-
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need some long-range plans for
people like my three children and
all the youth of Miami Beach."
In addition to hosting his own
radio program every Saturday
ever radio station WKAT, Dr.
Haber has made numerous other
appearances on radio and televi-
sion.
Dr. Haber, extremely active in
the field of mental health was, un-
til recently, on the training staff
at South Florida State Hospital.
The noted psychologist was re-
cently a speaker at a national
conferences of state legislative
leaders in Puerto Rico. Among
those attending this same confer-
ence were Nelson Rockefeller and
Hubert Humphrey.
Ted Safian (left) director oi
ihe Mount Sinai Medical Cen-
ter Development Fund, visited
Dr. Mordecai Shani during his
recent trip to Israel. The recent
affiliation between Mount Sinai
and Israel's largest hospital,
Chaim Sheba, of which Dr.
Shani is acting medical direc-
tor, was a topic of discussion.
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Fifteen of Miami's best known
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Sid Gersh Making
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Miami Beach businessman Sid
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for a seat on the City Council,
says he is primarily interested in
prosperity for Miami Beach.
"It takes the^viscfonfancTe^pe5
rience of the elderly, together
with the energies and ambitions of
the young for any city to go for-
ward," Mr. Gersh declared.
A past president of the Miami
Beach Jaycees, Mr. Gersh gradu-
ated from Providence College,
where he majored in Political Sci-
ence, and is presently a member
of the auditorium and convention
hall advisory board. He also holds
membership in the Masonic Lodge,
Knights of Pythias and Brother-
hood and Protective Order of
Elks.
Max M. Feldman Candidate
For Mayor Of Miami Beach
Max M. Feldman, who has an-
nounced his eandidacv for the seat
being vacated by Miami Beach
Mayor Jay Dormer, is associated
with the Scott Kelly Insurance
Agency, and has been active in a
number of Florida political cam-
paigns. Including those of Gov. Le-
Roy Collins, Judge Harold Spaet
and Mayor Dernier.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICH IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desirinK In enSM*
in business uiuler Hie fi.titmus lurar
,,t POPULAR TYPESETTING, al Ml
S \\ Mh Street (rni. r. .Miami, Flor-
ida intend* to ce*iler said name
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NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
71-20730
Ida intend* to register nald name 71-20730
SSJSfcSS. iU&,:"'u"'ourl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
NO. 71-20640
NOTICE OF SUIT
IN* RE: The marriage of
FRANK HACIA,
Husband,
ROSEMAR1E E. HACIA.
Wife
TO: ROSBMAKIH E. HACIA
<-o Louis Corlssco
S808 loth Avenue
Brooklyn. New York
BAM RABKIN. R/k/a
SAMAIAII RABKIN
TO: SAM RABKIN
c/o Telch
1X4-03 68th Avenue
llayside, queens, New York
You. SAM RABKIN". are hereby
notified thRt a Petition for Dissolu-
tion of Marriage has been filed
against you. and you are required
to serve a oopy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Petition on the Plain-
tiffs attorney. CAIIUN. ROTH EN-
BBRO, KOOAN & KORNBLUM.
17164 N.E 10th Avenue. North Minml
Beach, Florida SS16I and file the
You are notified that a Petition original Answer or Pleading 111 the
for Dissolution of Marriage has been offli.....f the Clerk of the Circuit
Hied against you and you are re- '
quired to serve a copy of your A'n-
swed or Pleading to the Petition on
the Husband's attorney, HENRY
NORTON Mm; Blacayne Hullding.
Miami. Florida MHO, and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
Court on or before the .1 day of De-
cember, 1971. you fail to do so,
Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Petition.
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Court, on or before December I, llrTl. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
if vou fnil to do so. Judgment by Florida this 27 day of Oci \d 1871.
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default will be taken against you
for the relief demanded In the Petl-
DONB AND ORDBBlED this Mth
day of October, l!>7l
E. II I EATHEISMAN.
Dadc County, Florida
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: c P. COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
lit 29 U B-12-19
E It I EATMERM.V N. Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade Count)', Florida
B> P COPE" AND
Denuty clerk
i Circuit 'ourl Se ill
CAID'N. ROTHENBERO, KOOAN
KORNB1.CM
'7' St S I" ISOl Avenue
North Miami Beach, Florida S3162
A- tornevs for Plaintiff
10/M II 5-12-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
No. 71-20478
NOTICE OF SUIT
OF
(PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE)
ix re the
marriage of
liWINN MANDERBACH, Husband
anil
BARBARA MANDERBACH, Wife
TO: BARBARA .MANDERBACH
156 Shore i >i vt
Oak Dale. Long Island
New York
fOU BARBARA MANDERBACH
are hereby im'ifictl thai a Petition
of Dissolution of Marriage has been
tiled against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your An-
swer or Pleading lo the BUI or Com-
plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney,
MYRON B. BBRMAN, EKQI'IRE, !
2125 Blscayne Boulevard, Miami. Flor-
ida S3137. am! file the original An-
swer or Pleading In the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be-
fore l day of Dec., 1971. If you fall to
do so judgment by default will be
taken Rgalnsl you for the relief de-
. In the BUI of Complaint.
This notice shall be published onci
week for four consecutive weeks
In THE 1EWISH Fl ORIDIAN.
DONE and ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 22 day of Oct., A.D.
1971
E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
i Mrcuil < 'oort
Dadi County, Florida
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+Jewisti ncridOar?
Page 13-B
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Bab Afitpuak
co Goldberg Alan Goldberg Belina Garazi Bonnie Snider
Gregory Fox
Edward levire
grandmother, Anna Cappon of
Cleveland. Ohio, and his grand-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Scherer of Cora! Gables.
V- V Q
JAY GARLITZ
Jay Harris, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Stanley H. Garlitz, 2250 NE
192nd St.. North Miami Beach,
will be called to the Torah Satur-
day, Oct. 30, at Temple Adath
'YesturUft.
Jay. (Yachel Zvi) was named
for his great-grandfather, the
well-known rabbi, philosopher and
Talmud teacher Herschel Finkel-
stein. He is an eighth grad> stu-
dent at John F. Kennedy Junior
Eligh School, and a member of the
school's band. An arl student, Jay
has submitted one of his original
nari Friedman Murray Price Scott Rofhsfein Wayne Scott
Jay Garliti
tit
Michael Levine
ANDKKA GOLDBERG
|n>lrea Jean, the daughter of
, Leah Goldberg, will observe
Bal .Mitzvah at Beth Torah
jregation Friday evening, Oct.
[chanting portions from the
the Song of Songs as part of
[ceremony,
ulna, who graduated from
Torah in June, received a
bial award for synagogue at-
tiancc, and has also won
ds in swimming, running,
na, dance, art and science. A
dent at Norland Junior High
Jool. where she has received a
jary award and a teacher-in-
|ning award, the celebrant is
a student in Beth Torah's
bnw High School class 6.
pidrea's family will sponsor the
Shabbat following the ser-
in her honor. The guests of
} ill include her grandpar-
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome R. Ca-
r ; her aunts, Tova and Su-
Cavel : New York City; her
broth r, Alan, and brothers
| Scotl and Marc Aaron,
a i twins.
ft ft ft
ALAN GOLDBERG
Ste| hen Goldberg will be
. to thi Torah as a Bar Mitz-
Saturday, Oct. 30, at Beth
ah I longi egation. l te w ill con-
i a portion of the Shabbat ser-
n ad a part of the Torah
Jction.
an, the son of Mrs. Leah Gold-
... is a member of the Hebrew
School 6 class at Beth
pah's Harold Wolk Religious
ool and attends Norland
^ior High School, where he has
It ed a teacher in training
krd. A member of Beth Torah's
kfirmation class and choir, Alan
eived a special award for syna-
|ue attendance when he gradu-
froni Beth Torah last June.
lie family will sponsor the Kid-
h following the services in
>r of the occasion; sharing in
festivities will be his twin
i". Andrea; twin brothers,
|hael and Marc; his aunts, Tova
Susan Cavell, and grandpar-
i. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome R. Ca-
from New York City.
ft ft ft
JACK WINTER
^ck Maurice, the son of Mr.
Mrs. Phillip Winter will be-
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday,
30, at Temple Emanu-El.
ack, a graduate of the Aftcr-
kn Religious School of Temple
Bnu-El, now attends eighth
Hie in the Sunday School. He is
eighth grade student at Nauti-
I Junior High School,
["he celebrant will be honored
reception at home.
rnelia Winter, Jack's grand-
her, will attend the event.
ft ft ft
Itl-XIXA GARAZI
jMina. the daughter of Mr. and
Max Garazi. will Income a
Mizvah at Temple Mcnorah
lay evening Out, 29.
at the Hebrew Acadamy of Great- Ada Pollock of Sarasota; Mr. and
stein, Eva Weiner, Dave Weiner,
Geri and Jordan Gold, Minnie and
Abe Gold, Cheryl Gold, Sarah
Kreestel and Jill Werman; his
sister. Ivy Pamela Garlitz; Mr.
and Mrs. Rube Oren, Philadelphia,
Pa.; Mrs. Zelda Alexander. Winth-
rop, Mass., and Dr. and Mrs. El-
liot Miller, Marblehead, Mass.
^ # &
MICHAEL LEVINE
Michael, the son of'T)r. and Mrs.
Oscar Levine, will become a Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Menorah Sat-
urda] morning, Oct. 30.
Michael is enrolled at the Heb-
rew Academy, where he is in the
eighth .made.
ft
HOWARD BERKOWTTZ
Saturday morning, Oct. .'50, in
stamp designs to the Israeli gov- the nain sa of Temple Ner
eminent, and has been notified T Berk<
that it i< being considered. The
son of Mr, and Mrs. Marshall Bei>
recipient of an American I. owitz, will be Bar Mitz\ h.
award for distinguished achieve-
mi nt. thi celebiant is a member
Howai i is a student at Nautilus
.Junior High School and attends
the North Dade Optimists X(,r Tami R [o s, ,,
er Miami, where she is in the
eighth grade.
The celebrant will be honored at
a reception in the Eden Roc Hotel
following the services.
ft ft ft
BONNIE SNIDER
Bonnie Beth, the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Snider, will
become a Bat Mitzvah at Temple
Beth Am Saturday, Oct. 30.
Bonnie, a student at Glades
Junior High School, was named
the outstanding student at Ken-
dale Elementary School when she
was in the 6th grade.
In honor of the occasion, Bon-
nie's parents will sponsor a cham-
pagne brunch at the Sonesta
Beach Hotel on Sunday, Oct. 31.
The guests will include her grand-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Snider; her aunt, uncle and cousin
from Detroit, Dr. and Mrs. Eugene
Snider and son David, and her
aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs.
Sheldon Scctt of Miami.
ft ft ft
GREGORY FOX
Gregory, son of Dr. and Mrs.
. S. Fox, 1800 SW 87th Ct.,
v. ill celebrate his Bar Mitzvah at
ile < 'r Olom Saturday morn-
I >ct. 30.
i;. is a studi nl at West
Miami Junior High School, where
he is in the si venth grade.
The Oneg Shabbat Friday even-
ing and the Kiddush Saturday fol-
lowing the Bar Mitzvah will be
hosted by Dr. and Mrs. Fox.
The guests will include Greg-
ory's grandparents. Cantor and
Mrs. Leo Urlich and Mrs. Sarah
Fox; Mrs. Ruth Tegman, St.
Louis, Mo.; Mrs. Mollie Finkel and
Mrs. Lillian Kichner. Bronx, N.Y..
and Mr. and Mrs. Mayer Finkel,
Lakewood, N.J.
ft ft ft
EDWARD LEVITE
On Saturday. Oct. 30, Edward
Louis, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Al-
bert Levite. 45 ToToLoChee Drive,
Hialeah. will become Bar Mitzvah
at Temple Tifereth Jacob.
Eddie, an eighth grade student
at Miami Military Academy, plays
trumpet in the band. He is a
member of Young Judaea at
Temple Tifereth Jacob, a Star
Scout, Troop 345. and will receive
the Ner Tamid Award at his Bar
Mitzvah.
Eddie is the grandson of Mrs.
Dorothy Kaler and the late Calvin
Kaler and Mrs. Ida Levite and the
late Meyer Levite. His maternal
great-grandmother is Mrs. Rachel
Atkins, 1608 West Ave Miami
Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Levite will host
the Oneg Shabbat following the
services Friday, the Kiddush in
the hall Saturday after the eere-
mt nirs and a reception and dinner
in honor of the Bar Mitzvah in the
social hall at Temple Emanu-El gently received a Hebrew award
Mrs. Harold May of Wilmington,
N.C.; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cohen
of Hartford, Conn.; Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Stein of Holyoke, Mass.,
and David Kaler of New Jersey.
ft ft ft
BERNARD FRIEDMAN
Bernard James, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Charles M. Friedman, 4303
Pierce St., Hollywood, will cele-
brate his Bar Mitzvah at the
Touro Synagogue, Newport, R.I.,
Saturday morning, Oct. 30.
Bernard is the fourth generation
to be associated with Congrega-
tion Jeshuat Israel which traces
its history to 1658 when the first
Spanish Jews settled in the colony
of Rhode Island. The synagogue
building, constructed in 1763, is
today both an active congregation
and a national historic shrine.
Bernard, an eighth grade stu-
dent at Nova Middle School, Ft
Lauderdale, wd chant from the
Torah and the portion Irom tne
Phophets, lead the congregation in
'he Torah processions and deiivei
i sermon in which he will exptau
kings and tne significance oi
i:s i Ing at the Touro Syn i
ft ft
MURRAY PRICE
Murray David Price will become
Bai Mitzvah at Temple Judea of
Coral Gables on Saturday, Oct. 30.
The son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Price, 9105 SW 65th St. Murray is
an eighth grade student at Glades
Junior High School, and a mem-
ber of Boy Scout Troop No. t;4.
Murray's parents will honor him
at the Kiddush following the reli-
gious ceremony.
Helping him celebrate will be
his grandparents, Mrs. Cecille
Berk, a local resident, and Mr.
and Mrs. Abram Price of New
Jersey, as well as relatives and
friends from New York.
ft ft ft
SCOTT ROTHSTEIN
Scott Douglas, the son of Mrs.
Betty Rothstein. will become Bar
Mitzvah Saturday. Oct. 30, at
Temple Emanu-El.
Scott, a student in Temple
Kmanu-El's Bal Koreem Class, is
in the eighth grade at Nautilus
Junior High School.
The celebrant will be honored at
a Kiddush in the ballroom of
Temple Emanu-El immediately
following the worship service.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Cypen,
Scott's grandparents, will attend
the event.
# V V
WAYNE SCOTT
Wayne Martin, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Sheldon Scott, will be-
come a Bar Mitzvah at Temple
Beth Am, Saturday. Oct. 30.
Wane, a student at Palmetto
Junior High School, is a member
of the Temple's Youth Group. He
is in his school's chcrus, and re-
Little League baseball team and
: lays piano, drums and saxophone.
He recently attended the Univer-
sity of Miami Band Camp.
Jay's parents, interior designer
Lil Garlitz and musician-band
leader Stan Garlitz, will cohost
the Oneg Shabbat Friday evening
and the Kiddush following the
services Saturday, as well as a
dinner-reception in Jay's honor
Sunday evening at the Se-
ville Hotel. The family will also
mark Jay's Bar Mitzvah year with
an extended trip to Israel next
summer.
Among the special guests par-
ticipating in the festivities will be
Jay's grandparents, Mrs. Bessie
Garlitz and Ben Gold; aunts,
uncles and cousins, Freda Finkcl-
A kiddush will follow the serv-
ices, and a reception in Howard's
honor will be held Saturday even-
ing at his home.
Out-of-town guests include the
celebrant's grandfather. Robert
Brenner, of Lynn. Mass., and his
uncle. Leonard Brenner, of Phila-
delphia, pa.
ft ft ft
JACK KLINE
Jack Lawrence Kline will cele-
brate his Bar Mitzvah Saturday,
Oct. 30, at Temple Israel of Great-
er Miami.
The celebrant, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Fred J. Lighte, is the grand-
son of Mrs. Reba C. Kline of Phil-
adelphia, Pa., and Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Troub of Miami.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
Ot OASIS AIR CONDITIONERS INC.
at 771 S.W. 18th Ave., Miami, Kla. in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court ot Dade
County, Florida.
ROUERTO SIAREZ
i ILGA SUARBZ
RAMON FERNANDEZ
in 22-29 11/5-18
LEGAL NOTICE
Saturday night.
Out of town guests will Include
his God-parents Mr. and Mrs.
Milton Wolf, of Palm Beach: Mr.
Una is i"outKtan.Vin student and MVf.'.Btt Pollock, and Mrs.- guests will include bis great
at the Temple.
In Wayne's honor, his parents
will sponsor a Kiddush at tin
femple after the services. The
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No. 71-7472
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
l\ RE the Marriage of
l ,l ill :i; TV si IN, Husband
and
SIIA Rl IN T\ Si >N. Wife
. 8GT Ll'THER TYS< IN
261B45H09
.;iuli ARD '< mpany AMAH I APO
San Fra'ndsi 0 96491
y, ,| | .nilKII TV"' >N. are hereby
notified that a Petition for Dlssoiu-
n,.11 of Marrlagi has been fill
you are n quired to set ve a i opj ol
your Answer or Pleading i" the Pe-
tition on the Petitioner's attorney,
LAWRENCE RODOER8, ESQ., -v
w.st Flagler Street, Miami, Florida,
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of the elerk of the
Circuit Court on or before Nov. jr..
1971. it you fall to do so. judgment by
default "ill be taken against you for
the relief requested In the Petition.
This notice shall '" published once
eaeh week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this l!uh day of October, 1971.
K It LEATHBRMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
By: R. M. KISSEE
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seall
I.AWHKNCE RODC.ERS, ESQ.
18 West Ftaglar Street
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
111/22-211 11 '5-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BARBARA FASHIONS at 7740 N.W.
7Kth Avenue. Medley. Florida intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court f Ihide County,
Florida.
EI^SA OIL
__________________ 10/29 11/5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QTVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name Of
THE STAR DOMINICAN PRODUCTS.
inc. at Bl Congress Bids.. Miami,
fade. Florida intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Hade County. Florida.
Hie star Dominican Products
By: Thomas it. i lerena,
Resident Agent
in y.' it 5-11-19
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t" engage In
business under the fictitious, names of
I \ BSTRELLA CHICHARRTTAS,
I \ ESTRBL1 A MM ANGA and I.A
BSTREL1 A Y.U'TIA CHIPS at B16
Congress Bldg., Miami. Hade. Florida
Intends to register said names with
the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida ___
THE ST \R 1" IMINICAN PR< IDUC1 5,
INC
Bj Thi maa u Uerena,
Ri dent Ac, ni
10'29 11 '
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
KIMMBL CONSTRUCTION at 2143
N.K. 2U3 Terrace. Miami, Florida In-
tends to register said name wiirt
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida
STANLEY Kl.MMKI, President
RICHARD GROSS
601 Lincoln Road
.Miami Beach, Kla
Attorneys for Stanley Klmmel_________m
1(1,22-29 11/0-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned di Iring to engage In
business under thi fictitious name of
INTERIORS UNLIMITED, INC. at
4.">(l Blltmore Way, Coral Gables, Flo-
rida, Intend to register said name
,v nil the C Cln ull Coun of
Dade Cou la
PETER EH REN, Presidi nl
El.'.-..'. HI IN, Si
Kl Rl w ELLISCH
\ in.;, for
INTERU RS UNLIMITED, INC.
I". 22-29 11 5-12__
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-4089
In RE Estate of
CLAUDIA BCHWARZ
Di eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claim- or Demands Asainst Said
Estate:
You arc hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of CLAUDIA BCHWARZ de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County.
anil file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 73.1. Hi. Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
tv Courthouse in Hade County. Flo-
rida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 14th
day of October, AD. 1971.
MARILYN HF.R1.INKK
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice on.
the 82nd day of October. 1971.
HENRY NORTON
Attorney for Administratrix
I4W Biscayne lluildint:,
Miami, Florida
10/22-29 11/5-12
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-4017 (Dowlino)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
J( >SKl'll II I.IAINK
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate: .
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of JOSEPH H. LEVINE
.Leased late of Dade County. Mor-
ida, to the County Judses of Dade
County, and file the same in duplicate
and as provided in Section 713.16,
Florida Statutes, in their oftlces in
the County Courthouse m Dade Coun-
ty Florida, within si\ calendar montlis
fiom the time of the first publication
hereof or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 22
.la\ i i Ictober, A l> 1971
Ri >SE E LEVIN B
Aa Execu Is
First publication of this notice on
the 29 day of i Ictober, 1971.
GERAI D SI1 VERMAX
tt tOl .: i I IXi 'Utl I
210 Roberts Building, Miami
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+Jewish Fhrkfian
Friday. October 29, 1971
Funeral Services Friday For Pioneer
South Floridian Herman Marks, 88
Services for Herman Marks, 88,
v ho came to Miami in 1925 from
. y West, will be at Riverside Me-
OriaJ CliaiK'l. 1920 Alton Rd.,
imi B. acta, Friday at 2 p.m. with
i irial in QraoekHXl Memorial Park.
i Marks, wljo lived at Morton
Towers North, 1900 Hay R&, died
,-rinesday at Cedars of Lebanon
: )spital.
Mr. Marks" father, Jacob, came
- Key West in 1890 from Jassi,
FUftrnania, leaving his wife and I
tee sons there until he earned
mgh to pay the few for hN
mily from Europe to Key West in
3898. Jacob, who left a prosperous
C ittle and meat packing bus.i ess in
amania. walked over trails from
isai Rumania to Marseilles,
I ranee, at night and slept In barns
. ing the day to avoid detection.
Herman was io years old when
V arrived in Key West in 18912
th his mother and two brothers;
% hen his rather suffered a sun
-rok.' four years later, he qtlM
- hool to help his mother run their
pat tment store in Key West,
His father recovered ha health in
" 00. and Herman opened his own
t beery store specializing in fresft
u:t.- and vegetables at the corner
Duval ani Green Streets. Dur-
._ World War I (1914-18), he
: -)li( d the Navy and fleet with
-h fruits, vegel abhw and gro-
( Ties, Affectionately known as
Himey," Ms corner store becarm
he seal of government" for the
Island City. Political candidates
sre selected at "Pepe's Coffee
] his between coffee breaks.
M WTied in 1934, Mr. Marks orl.i-
ted b s two sons. Max and Paul
public scho 'Is there: his daugh-
- js. ; nd Evelyn, attended the
invent of Mary Immaculate.
; pi. hi< wife of (io years died in
iami last year. They were both
yaj members over the years of
'. 'm:>'..' Israel, Miami. Florida.
.\:i. the Navy Yard closed
iwn, Mr. Maries t.m.lly moved to
mi in 1925. He lost his lovely
! imp in Grove Park and went
oh after the ''> m and bust"
! the hu. icane of 192.i. and had
start all over again in tho gro-
rj busir ss in Miami.
An avid sports fan. Mr. Marks
' wed m rjor k ague baseball and
ten went with his sons to the
VirUI S?rics. In Miami, football
uteri .1 i very New Year's Orang-r>
Bowl Bja*ne without an exception
Including .' in. 1, 1971. watching
e University of Miami, Miami
nllns and DoJftiln games.
Mr. Marks is survived by Ms son.
i rney Paul H. Marks, chairman
! the board of Flakier FademJ
Shvinga; one daughter. Rose Im-
brey, his brother, Isadorc Marks of
West Palm Beach; seven grand-1
children: and one great grandchild.
Heart Attack Fells
WCKT- TV Owner
Sidney Ansin, 68
A heart attack suffered last
Friday by Sidney D. Ansin, 68, re-
sulted in his death a short time
GELB
.MONUMENTS INC.
Open fvery Doy Cloied So-bbofh
140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583
'Miami's Only Strictly' J*wih
Monument Dealer
SIDNEY ANSIN
later at Miami Heart Institute.
Mr. Ansin. a former president of
the Miami Crime Commission,
was president of Sunbeam Tele-
vision Corp.. and owned WCKT,
Ch. 7. A member of the Chamber
of Commerce Board of Governors,
he was noted for his philanthropic
activities.
A native of Lynn. Mass.. he and
his father. Abraham, founded the
Ansin Shoe Manufacturing busi-
ness in Athol. Mass.. in 1925.
Mr. Ansin served as chairman of
the United Fund in 1964, and as a
.tirector of Variety Children's
Hospital in 1967. He was honored
that same year by the National
Conference of Christians and Jews,
receiving the silver Brotherhood
award medallion in recognition of
nis work with the United Fund
and support of Israel Bonds. Radio
Free Europe and the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation.
Mr. Ansin. who was also saluted
by Community Magazine in 1967
and presenteil with a Pi Lambda
Phi fraternity scroll making him
an honorary member in recogni-
tion of his civic work, was named
"Outstanding Citizen of 1971" by
the Miami Beach Taxpayers As-
sociation.
Survivors include his wife, So-
phie; two sons, Ronald, of Boston,
and Kdmund, executive vice presi-
dent of Sunbeam Television Corp.,
and general manager of WCKT-
TV. and four grandchildren.
Riverside Chapel was in charge
of the funeral services conducted
in Temple Beth Sholom Monday.
UGAl NOTKf
NOTICE OF SUIT
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUH" OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR MM
COUNTY. -CIVIL ACTION.
NO. 71-20039
SUIT FOR______
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
JENNIE VtlltA ROBINSON
Wile
ROT ROBINSON
Y.'^KMV ROBINSON are hereby
tided that Petition for Dtoolu-
UGAL NOTICE
MRMAN MARKS
SCHLUSSEL
EMANUEL GORDON-1946
HARRY GORDON-1964
IKE GORDON
JAMES B. GORDON
JJC
orne
Reform Conservative Orthodox
CALL 373-5533
GERTRUDE I*. 71 of 1100 West
Ave. .passed away Friday. She cant*
here 111 year* ago from N.Y.C A
member of Temple Emanu-EI ami
Hadassah, she is survived by one
daughter Mrs. Selma Turctsky ol
Miami, ami three grandchildren.
Brother Harry Loory of Hover. N.J.
Bisters Mrs. Tillie Schwartz of Plain-
field. N.J. and Mm. Mary Roaan of
Dover N.J. Services were held Bun-
day at Riverside Memorial Chapel,
1980 Alton Rd.. Interment ill ill
Sinai Cemetery
,14- \ S'W. I4th Street. Miami. Ho-
nda 88156 and file the original MM-
er or Pleading in the ofliee Ol tM
ci.rk of the Circuit Court on or be-
fore the ESth day Ol November 1971.
If you fall to do so. judgment by de-
fault Will be taken against you lor.the
relief demanded in the 1SIU of Com-
'''This -notice shall be published ..nee
each week for four consecutive ,.,ks
In THE JEWISH Fl-ORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 18th day of October AD.
lMl" i: It LEATHBBMAN.
Clerk, circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida.
By C. P. COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal i
MARSHA 1.1. I!. FISHER
7914-A 8.W. l"4th Btreet
Miami. Florida SS1SS
Attorney tor Plaintiff^ gj ^ ^ );
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-4153 (PRIMM)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
1RVIN WKINGROFP
I )e.-eased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav.
Inn Claims or Demands Against. Said
Estate
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have attainst
the estate of IRV1N WEINGROFF
deceased late of Dade County. Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dude
County, and file the same In dupli-
cate and as provided in Section 73.1-
16. Florida Statutes, in their oft-
In the County Courthouse in Dade
County. Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the fir-t
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this Cth
day of Oct., All. 1971.
ROSE WEIN'CROFF
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the Sth day of October, 1971.
STEVEN R MERGER
Attorney for Executrix
630 Seybold MuildiiiK
Miami. Florida 3S132
10/S-16-S3-38
COHEN
Services for Catherine .lane Cohen,
64. wife ci I. Paul Cohen, general
manager of the Bal Harbour Shops.
were held Friny. October, 22.
Mis Cnhen had been in a COtlM
for 85 days after an auto accident.
Born In Ohio, she wag reared and
attended high BOhool In Lima, Ohio,
and later studied at Ohio Northern
Collegi
She came to Miami Beach In 1 ;>4T.
Her husband was an advertising
executive In Miami for many years
before acquiring his present position.
Mrs. Cohen was active hi the
Daughters of the American Revo-
lution and the Daughti rs of Colonial
Wars
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to eni
business under the fictlcious name ol
PEREZ ENTERPRISES. INC. d/h a
Alto marine at 10421 n \v. 87th Av-
enue, Miami. Florida, intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida
PERES ENTERPRISES, INC
a Florida corporation
Leonard J. Kalian
Attorney tor applicant
DuMont Building
Miami. Florida
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 71-4290
In RE: Estate of
ANNA MTKOTA,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands
Against Said Estate:
Tou are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have against lite
.-.slate of ANNA LOL'KOTA, 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 738.16, Florida Stat-
utes, In their offices In Ibe County
Courthousi in Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time "f the first publication hereof,
or the sain.- will be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this lMli
day of ii, tober, A D. 1971
FRANK J RUZTCKA
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 82nd daj of I ictober, I9T1
Goldman. Goldstein & Pactler
Attorneys for Executor
Frank J. Ruslcka
_'4l West Fiagler Street
Miami, Florida 8S18S
Jo 22-29 11 "-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREMY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious nan
of EL MESON MAIiKll.ENO at 1MH
Southwest Sth Street. Miami, Florida
intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad*
County. Florida
El Meson Madrlleno
By: Emilio Marquez
Ixila Marques
HERI1ERT WAI.I.
Attorney for Emilio and Lola Mai |Ui *
10/8-15-i)
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious numa
of HARRY W GRAFF, Mil ut Du-
Pont l'laza Center, Miami. Florid., in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Da
County. Florida.
HARRY W, GRAFF, M.D.. PA.
SPAMMER, ZEMEL, ROSKIN &
HEILMRoNNER P.A.
\ neys for applicant
Ion N. Miscayne Moulevard
Miami, Florida
10/8-i:.-2L'-l'9
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 71-4167
In RE: Estate of
OEORGE BEYMORE also known as
GEORGE SEYMOUR and also known
as GEORGE SEYMOl'RE
1 >-- eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands
Against Said Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the estate
of GEORGE BEYMORE also known as
GEORGE SEYMOUR and also known
as GEORGE SEYMOl'RE. deceased
late of I lade County. Florida to the
County Judges of Hade County, and
file the same in duplicate and ns pro-
vided in Section 788.16, Florida Stat-
utes, 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 haired.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 14th
day of i k-tober, A 1971
AUGUSTA D MORTIMER
As Exe< utrii
First publication of this notice on
the 22nd day of October, 1971.
PAUL & THOMSON
Attorney for Estate of
GEI 'RGE BEYMORE
1314 Find National Bank Building
.Miami, Florida 88181
10/22-29 11 "-!:-
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
71-20228
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
LUIS BVERARDO MARTINI:/.
CRESPi I, Petitioner
and
J( "SEFINA .Ii IRGE DIAZ
Ri -i" dent
n i: ,ti I8EFINA Jl 'RGB im v/.
Resldi nels Bolivar
Apt No : Bep mo Plw
Principal,
Urbantia* Ion Bolivar
Chacao, i larai
Vi ni eui la, South -. n
You. JOSEFINA .'i iROE DIA
hereb] notified thai a bill of Com-
plaint for Dlvoi filed
against you, and yon are required
to serve a copy of your Answer or
ilnt on
the Plaintiffs attorn,-. GASPAF B
ALDRH'H. 21 N i: First Avenue, Mi-
ami Florid nd file the origi-
nal Answ.r or Pleading in till
of the Clerk of Ihe Circuit Court on
or before the :''. day of N v.. 1"71
If you fail to do so, judgment by de-
fault win be taken acalnst you for
the relief demanded In the Rill of
Complain!
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH PLORTDIAN
1)1 iNE ANU ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 19 dav of Oct A I> 1971
E M. LBATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
By: R M. KISSKE
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal!
CASPAR R ALDRICH
21 N E. First Avenue
Miami, Florida 88181
Attorney for Plaintiff
10/22-29 11/5-12
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. 71-2024*
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
ADBLA M. EXPOSITO, Plaintiff
and
OSVALDO EXPOSITO, Defendant
TO: OSVAl.D" EXPOSITO
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action tor Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to Berve a copj ol
your written defenses, if any to it on
Manuel Zalac, attornev for Petitioner,
a'hose address Is 150 s v. 2nd Ave-
nue, Suite 510, Miami, Florida 33131.
and file the original with the clerk
of the above styled court on or be-
fore November L'ti, 1971; otherwise
default win be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the com-
plaint or p.-i,i.....
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consei utive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and tl
i court at Miami, Florida on
day of ii,t..h,r, 1971.
E B L.EATHBRMAN
A Cler Or. uit Court
Dade County. Florida
By: C P Ci IPEI \ND
As Deputj Clei
i' 'Ircult Court Si
M \\( EL ZA1AC
Attorne) (or Pelil ner
1 '5-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREMY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagi
business under the fictitious name of
THE SoCIAMl.ES at Suite 5lu, 430
Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla
SS139 intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
CHARUfTTE AMRAMS
Sole owner
PACE KWITNEY of
KWITNEY and K ROOP
Attorney for Applicant
420 Lincoln Road
.Miami Beach, Fla. 33139
10 8-16-22-M
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. 71-19957
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: HARRI 'GE I GAR! ASH
and
I" IROTHY ASH I BY
1 I GARY ASHI i:i
VOL' ARC HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an a< tlon for l lissolul
rlage has been filed against you and
you are required to servi a cops of
your written defei ses, if any, to it on
MARTIN D. I.I ItlE. attorney for
Petitioner, who-,,- address i.- 1864 N.w
7th Avenue. Miami. Florida, and file
the original with the clerk of the
above stj led i ourt on "i* bafoi -
ember l'-;. 1971: otherwls- a default will
be entered against >..u for the relief
the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each w-e.-k for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEW I8H FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
ISth day of October. 1 71.
E. R. LBATHERMAN,
As Clerk, i ir, uit Court
Dade County, Florida
My: C p COPEI.AND
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
HAMAR AND H'RIE. ESQ.
ISM N \V. 7th Avenue
Miami. Florida 88181
Attorney for Petitioner
10/22-29 11/0-12
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 HAHRIAGBOF:
CHARLES HAFLEY, Husband
and
I.ll.l.lE RUTH HAFLEY. Wife
TO: LII.l.lE RUTH HAFLEY
t Residence Unknown)
TOL1 ARE HEREMY 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 il
on DAVID E SToNE, of STONE ft
SOSTCHIN LAW OFFICES attor-
ney for Petitioner whose address I
N.W. 12TH AVENUE, MIAMI, FLA
IS1J0, and file the original with tin
clerk of the above styled court on
or before Nov. 1U. R-TI: otherwl
default will be entered against
for the relief demanded In thi i
plaint or petition.
This notice shall he published
each week for four consecutlvi Weel
in THE JEW ISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and tl
of said court al Miami, r
this ti day of t 1971.
I-: M LBATHERMAN.
As Cli rk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By R M KISSEE
As Deput} Clerk
(I in uit Court Seali
DAVID H STONE, BSQ
l"l N.W. 12th Avenue
Florida
Attorne) for Petitioner
10/8 i:
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N( 1T1CE IS HEREBY OlVJ
the undersigned, desiring t
-- under the
of CHARLES KATZMAN at I 'LA\
KATZMAN .1 I. a KAYS D HN8 '
-t Street. Miami i:
Ida intend to register said nai
the Clerk of the Circuit Court
Count}. Florida.
JEAN KATZMAN
CHARLES KATZMAN
Ri iN \l.l. i. DAVIS
Attorney for Jean Katsman
10/88-29 11 "IS
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREMY GIVEN
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the flctltiouf
Of DADEIAND PROFBSSIONAl-
MCII-HINii at 9fi:>5 South DUI H*"'
way. Miami Florida Intends to regi"!
ter said name with the Clerk ofto*
Circuit Court of Dade County, Kr
Ida.
FIMRK PILE, INC.
By: BERT SAUL, President
RICHARD & GROSS
605 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorneys for Fibre Pile, Inc.
Phone:638-6344 ,,,5il
10/22-29 11/5-18


*riday. October 29, 1971
+Jenisi) ncrieffam
Page 15-B
IECAL NOTKI
Tw THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
'lN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-4200
JOHN R. BLANTON
i.i UK Estate of
M,iKKWPBUniTXB
"notice to creditors
Tn Ml Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims "' Demands Against Said
You are hereby notified and requir-
UCAl NOTICE
la :ii. County Judges of Duds County,
and til'' tn0 same 'n duplicate and
, provided in Section 733.H",. Florida
statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County. Flo-
rida, within six calendar months from
,1), i id ..I the first publication here-
ame WlB lie barred.
i at Miami. Florida. Ibis 7th
i >. tober, A.n. 1M1.
ELIZABETH OSBHACH
As Executrix
publication of tins notice on
das of letober, 1871.
HKllNSTEIN MII.I-Ell
I for Executrix
/. i Plagler Street
Miami Florida
10/15-22-29 II ".
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
thu undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fietiiious name of
HOVE APARTMENTS at 7321 Byron
Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida intend
to register mid name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv.
Florida
8/ BENJAMIN SPERLING
a/ MOLLY SPERLING
NELSON K- FEI.HMAN
Attorneys for
Benjamin Molly Sperling
113a Kane Concourse
Miami Beach, Flo. ;;ni:,t
si::,-:.71C
10 8-15-22-29
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thnt
I undersigned, desiring to engage
business under the fictitious name
i t A PLASTER at 3752 8.W.
I Avenue, Miami. Florida Intend to
s.m.I name with the Clerk of
circuit Court of Dade County,
W.BEBTO ALONS)'
FKAM8CO HERNANDEZ
10 H-22-29 II '5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t., engage
in business under the fietiiious name
of (IA1S FASHIONS in 2006 N.W.
301 h Street, Miami. Fla. intend to re-
gister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida
iHAIDA HERNANDEZ
A Ml'Alto .-V< >ST A
FRANCISCA ALBERO
1" 15-22-29 11 5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
UK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
undersigned, desiring lo engage
rpsh under the fictitious name
SLACK TOWN at 144* N K 163rd
\.i lb Miami Beach, Fla. In-
register said name with the
the circuit Court of Dade
Florida.
CHARLR8 SIMON
I.i ills DRAMIN
10 l.)-22-29 11 5
X
nil
h.
i .
Al
. ..i
Hi.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
i: is HEREBY GIVEN that
undersigned, desiring to engage
under the fictitious name
:X POSITION COORDINATORS al
S.W. IXth Street. .Mismi. Florida
uds to register said name wilh
i- Df the Circuit Court of Dade
iity, Florida
SAM P. I.F.V1TK.V
IIAEI. P, CHASE
>rney for Sam F l.-\ ii.-n
s W. Third Avenue
mi, Florida 33139
10.-15-22-29 11 7i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
n business under the fictitious names
JULIUS CAESAR'S, JULIUS
I AESAR'S RESTAURANT at 4901 E
t'li Avenue, Hialeah, Florida Intends
register mid names with the Clerk
I the Circuit Court of Dade County.
i da.
/ FLORENCE LCSARD1
HKNRT M WAITZKIN
Attorney for Florence I.usardi
'"-71st Street
M iml Peach. Florida 33141
________________10/15-22-29 11 '5
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTI
in AND FOB DADE COUNTY, FI.O- '
IMHA No. 71-426H. NOTICE TO
t'CBDITORS, IN HE: Estate of (1ER-
llMtli HERMAN IIAASE, a/k/a
MIRY II MAASE. a/k a CEKHAltD
HASSB, Deceased.
u are required within >: calendar
b- from the first publication of
noii,,. io rile in the above Court,
rrltlng, imder oath, and In dupll-
anj claim or demand hii h you
lalra to have against the !'.--
i GERHARD HKKSIAX HAA8E.
JERRI H HAASE, n 1. B 3ER-
tD HASSE, deceased, otherwise
will be barrec
-' 1R1A HELENS HAASE,
Administratrix
i'.. al ion i Ictnber 15, 1971.
10 15-22-29 11 :
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 71-19774
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: The Marriage ol
ANTHONEY J. BOMMARITO,
I iusband,
and
DONNE A BOMMARITO, Wife.
yOU ANTHONEY J IIOMMARITO,
n dence unknown AUK HEREBY
notified to file your written di fenei
to this Petition for Dissolution "f
Marriage with the Court's Clerk and
serve a copy upon Plaint ff'a Attor-
neys, VON ZA.MFT \- SMITH. 1R12
Capital Bank Bldir Miami. Florida
in or before the 26 th day ( Novem-
ber, 1971. else the ComQlainl will be
taken as confessed
HATCH o, toli.r 14. 1971
E B l BATHBRMAN, Clerk
Bj : If. M. KiSSEE
ileputy Clerk
(Circuil Court Seal)
1" 15-22-29 11 ".
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-3535
In RE: Estate of
DoltOTHV BLISS BREITBABT
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Ha>
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of DOPOTIIY BLISS BREIT-
BART deceased late of Dade County.
Florida, to the County Judges ol
Daile County .anil file the same in
duplicate and as provided in Section
733.16, Florida Statutes. In their of-
fices in the County Courthouse In
Dade County, Florida. within six
calendar months from the time of Ihe
first publication hereof, or the same
will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this )4lh
day of October. AD. 1971.
M. JACK HHEITBART
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the i:,th day of October, 1971.
CAIDIN. HOTHENUEKG. KOGAN
* KORNBLUM
Attorneys for Executor
171(6 N R 19th Avenue
North Miami Beach, Florida 33162
1" 15-22-29 11 .'.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 83723
IN HE: Estate of
HARRY D LBUCHTAG
Deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that 1
have filed my Final Report and Peti-
tion for Distribution and Final Dis-
charge .mm EV'Uioi- ,,f n. .-siate of
HATTffT Ti LEUCHTAO, deceased:
and that on the Huh day of November,
H'71, will apply to the Honorable
i ounty Judges of Dad.- County, Flo-
rida, for approval ol said Final Re-
port and for distribution and final
discharge as Executor of the estate
ol the above-named decedent. This
Mh day of 11. tob. i. 1971.
SIDNEY A. LANG, Executor
MYERS, KAPLAN, INiRTER,
l.F.VINSo.N & KENIN
BV: EDWIN M. GINSBURG
Attorney
Suite 104-1150 S.W. First Street
Miami, Florida SSI30
__________________ 10.1.-,.32-29 11/5
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT~
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-3579 (DowIioq)
In RE: Estate of
JAME8 M REID
I leceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Againal Said
Estate:
Vim are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate ol JAMES M REID deceased
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
County Judges of Dad. County, and
file the same jn duplicate ami as pro-
vided In Section 733.1*. Florida Stat-
utes, In their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dml.- County, Florida,
Within six calendar months from the
lime ,.f Ihe lirsi publication hereof, or
the same will he barred.
Dated at Mlnrai, Florida, this oih
i I i ictober A.D 1871
GERA1 n SILVERM \N
As Administrator
Flrsl publication of this notice on
the l.-.th day ,.f O.tober, 1971.
0 ERA I l> SII.VEHMAN
Attorney for Administrator
Kcli. its Building, Miami. Florida
10/15-22-29 11 '.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-4235 (Primm)
In RE: Estate of
H \KHY I. KAGAN
i let eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All creditor- and All Pers,.n- Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
ate of HAKKY I.. KAGAN deceased
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
Count) Judges of Dade County, and
; file the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.1(1, Florida Statal-
' tes. in their offices in the County
Courthouse In Dad,- County, Florida,
[within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof, or
the same will he barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this Sth
da) of October. A.D. 1971
Jefferson National Bank of
Miami Beach
301 Arthur Oodftey Road
Miami Reach. Florida 38140
As Executor
Flrsl publication of this notice on
the ir.th day of October, Ittl.
Elliott Harris
At tomes for Executor
;i 15 cilins Ave Miami Bi aeh
Fla. 33141
10/15-22-29 II r.
LEGAL NOTICE
-M
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
MVTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
ui derBlR icd, desiring Io engage
business undi r the fictitious name
" ONTRACT ASSOCIATES at 12777
Needle Lane, Miami. Florida
156 intend to register said name
i. i the Clerk of the Circuit Court
I 'ad,- Countv. Florida.
JAMES PINCU8
l,,.l,'l,VIIK',V|' PIQN 50*
AA id DRUCKER, ESQ
Itorney for Contract Associates
Lincoln Road
ml Beach, Florida 9.9.139
10,15-22-29 11/5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
x ,.. NAME LAW
NOTH'F. is HEREBY GIVEN that
ne undersigned, desiring to engage
,' rH/FOXX u"der the fictitious name
i... ?PNIAL, HAKERY at J432 N.E.
.';'.. .Mr,',- N'orth Miami, Fla. In-
lenaa t0 register said name with the
< lerk nf the Circuit Court of Dade
1 ounty, Florida
HENRY NORTON
Attorney for applicant
ne Building, Miami, Fla.
___ 10/16-32-29 11/5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
-,-_ NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
" undersigned, desiring to engage
, u ,e.'tK under the flctiUous names
P\?Atl "OF DAVID MEMORIAL
i AIK and/or MOUNT NERO SDI'TH
su 'ti.M --,,'' V* at number 5900 Southwest
ri,\.l .**' .in ,he CUv of Miami, Flo-
' intends to register the said name
li.Vt. ,. Clerk of the Circuit Court of
"del ounty, Florida.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 6th
,,,','' 0il,ober. 1971.
MOUNT NERO CEMETERY, INC.
Ry: Stanley Mvers
President
Attest: Kenneth If. Myers
,ivcn. Assistant Secretary
i FvtvV 1 lVo^."y.ttor AEpllcant
v'I *,u*hwe"t Elrst Street
.laml. Florida 33130
10/15-22-29 11/5
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-4364
in RE Estate nf
SAM PROVENZA
11. i-i asi il
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All i'n dlti ra b id All Persons Hat
Ing Claim* or Demands Against Said
Bstati
you arc hereby nol fled and n quit
ed to present any daim* and demands
u hlch you maj ha i against i;
late "i 8AM PROVENZA di eased
Dade County, Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733 16, Florida Statu-
tes, in their offices in the !oui s
Courthouse iii Dad,- County. Florida,
within sis calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof.
or the same will be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 14th
day of October. AD 1971.
DOMINIC CICINA
As Administrator
First publication of this notice on
the 15th dav of October, 1971.
CAIDIN, ROTHENBERO, KOGAN
A KORNHLFM
404 Bisrayne Hulldlng
Attorneys for the Estate
Miami. Florida
10/15-21-2* 11-s
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ol
COREY APARTMENTS at 7380 Byron
Avenue, M iml Beach. Florid i In -
tend to register said name viih the
Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dade
I
- BF.NJ MIX SPERI ING
k MOI I Y SPERLING
\'K! pi IN & FELDM \N
> 11 nieys for
R< njnmln .\ Molly Sperling
Kane i 'oncnurse
' rh, Fla 33154
71 ;
I.i R-1S-2S
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business ttndder the fictitious names
of HOMEFINDER8. SOUTHERN
HOMEFINDBRS, HOMEFINDERS OF
AMERICA, HOMEFINDERS Florida at N!i Blacayne Blvd
Miami. Florida intends to register said
names with the Clerk of ihe Circuit
Court of Dad, County, Florida.
JOHN SGRO
STONE & SOSTCIUN
Attorney for John Sgro
I 101 N.W. 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida 3:1130
10 8-15-2J-29
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-3569
In RE: Estate of
FLORENCE ZIEOLER GLICK
Deceased. ___
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the estate
of FLORENCE ZIEOLER CLICK ,(,-
.eased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided In Section 733.lt!. Florida
Stntutes. in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flo-
rida, within six cnlendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 12th
day of October, A.I). 1971.
HORTENSEZ THAI.
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 15th day of October. 1971.
HOWARD R. HIRSCH
Attorney for Executrix
801-41st Street, Miami Reach.
Florid. 33140 M/U.M.M /5
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
INTERNATIONAL LIGHTING CEN-
TER at Miami. Dade County. Florida,
intends to register said name wth
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Countv. Florida.
INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES INC..
OF FLORIDA
Ry: Ilernie Weintraub. President
HARRIS ft 3IRHTN, PA
Attorneys for Applicant
lL'th Floor Hade Federal Bide.
Miami, Florida 33131
10/R-1.-.-22-29
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
busini sa under the fictitious name ot
MORTON 8. NOTARII S. M.D. at Du-
I'ont Plaxa c.nier Miami. Florida in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Coin ol Dade
County, Florida
MORTON S NOTARIUS, M.D., P.A.
SI'ARBEIt. ZE1IBL ItOSKIN *
HBILBRONNER I'A.
Attorneys for Applicant
100 N. Blacayne Boulevard
Miami. Florida
10/S-1S-Z2-19
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTHUCTIVE 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 Marriagi i il
SUSAN I'AVIS. i'.-titionct-Wife
and
CLIFFORD D. PAVIS, Respondent-
Husband
TO: CLIFFORD I). I'AVIS
154 East Hillside Bond
Bat tington, Illinois ,
3fOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED'
that an action for Dissolution of |
Marriage has been filed against you
and you an required to serve a copy
of your written defenses, if anv. to
it on HOWARD F II.I.MAN, attor-
ney for Petitioner, whose address is
:s.Vi Lincoln I. iad Miami Beach, Flor-
ida, and file the original With the
clerk of the ahnye styled court on or
before November 12th. 1971; other-
wise a default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in the
complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.OK1DIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
29th day of September, 1871,
E. H I.EATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Hade i 'ounlv, Florida
By n I. CIIRRY
As Deputy Clerk
ii ircull Court Seal)
Hi iW Vl!ll F II.1..MAN
3.">0 Lincoln Road
.Miami H.a. h. Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
in 8-15-22-29
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-3885
(FRANK B. DOWLING)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
SHIRLEYSTERNBERG
Ii. I. n !
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
Ing claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
'.a are hereby notified and re-
qulred to present any claims and de-
mands which \ "ii may have against
the stale of SHIRl BY STERNBERG
deceased late of Daile County. Florida,
to the County .Unices of Hade Coun-
ty, and file the same in duplicate
and as provided In Section 733.ir..
Florida Statutes, in their offices in
the County Courthouse in Dad, Coun-
ty, Florida, within six rait ndar months
from the time of the first publication
hereof, or the same will bo barred
Dated al Miami. Florida, this 29th
day ot September, A D. 1971.
s LOUIS STERNBERG
As Exeeutor
First pi.ldication of this notice on
the Mb dnv of October, 1971.
S JOSEPH SOHMIER
Attorney for Executor
80S Lincoln Road
Miami Beach Fla.
10 g-15-22-29
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-4385
in RE: Estate of
SAUL BROWN
1 i.i eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To A". Creditors and All Persons Hai
ing Claims or Demands Against Sa I
FSstati :
You ar. In reby notified and rciiuir
ii to present any claims and demand
which you may have against the e-
tate of saci. BROWN deceased la
of New York County, New York i
the County Judges of Dade County.
and file the same in duplicate and i
provided n Section 788.16, Florin
Statutes, in their offices in the com
ly Courthouse in Dade Couuty, Flo
rida, within six calendar months fro
the lime of the first publication her.
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated at New York. New York, th -
15th day of October, A.D. 1971.
EVELYN It. PARKER
As Domiciliary Persona!
Representative
First publication of tins notice
the 22nd daj of October, 1971.
MYERS, KAPI AN, PORTER,
I.EVl.VSi i.N Ai KENIN
Attorneys for Estate of
SAUL Bid WN
1150 B.W. 1st Btreet, Miami. Florida
10/22-89 11 5-12
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
TO ALL To WHOM THESE PRES-
ENTS SHALL COME GREETINGS:
Whereas ELI BERGER Mlai
Beach, Florida: ARNOLD SLOME, M
on,i Beach, FIs : .....I SHEILA REICH-
ENBERO. Miami Beach. Florida, did
on Ihe 22nd day of August. A H 191
cause to be incorporated u.'der th
laws of the state of Florida BONN
'I VRE IXC a orporatlon, n ith it
principal place of business Rt Miai
Ri ri h, l iad.- County in the State
Florida, and whereas such corpora
lion did on the 15th dav of Octobi
A n 1971. cause to he filed In ti
| office of the Denartmenl of Stati
the siate ..r Florida, the documen-
tary authority reojalred under 8e*
lion ,;n>'.L'7. Florida Statutes, ahowlt R
the dissolution of sin h corporation
Now. therefore, the Becretnry
state does hereby certify to the t'> i
going and thai he is satisfied tha
, the reoulrements of the law h.i<
bet oniplit d with.
IN WITNESS WHERE
i F, I have her,-unto ?
my hand and have a
fixed the Great Seal i
th- state of Florida,
Tnllahnssee. the Capita
'his the 15th day
l l.tober. A D 1971
HUM M!1i IDTCE1 STONE
Secretary of State
10/29 71
IN THE COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-3131 (PRIMM)
CORRECTED NOTICE
TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
ROSE MITCH EL SIMON
Dei eased
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demand* Against Said
Estate:
You arc hereby notified and re-
quired to present an> claims and de-
mands which you may have against
h.. .Mai.- of ROSE MITCHEL SIMON
leceased late of Dade County. Plot -
Ida to the County Judges of Had,
County, and file the same In dUPll-
aie and as prodded In Section 733.1ft.
Florida Statutes, in their offices In
trie County courthouse In Dad.- Coun
ty, Florida, within six calendar months
from the lime of Ihe Oral publication
hi reof, or tin snme will be barred.
I) ited at Ml iml, Florida, this 19th
day of lui ilsl 1 l> 1971
IRVING ALBERT
A Exeei.....
Flrsl nubli' si' Ion of this notlci on
Ihe mIi da> '' Ii '"l" r, 1971
JEPEWAY. GASPEN & J SPEW AT
Bj Jt ISEPH : vssrv
\ itorneys for Executor
Bill I ladi Fi ill ral Bldg.

IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
NO. 71-2251 (DOWLING!
NOTICE" TO CREDITORS
IN RE
Estate of
VIOLA M. SOLES,
l leceased.
TO ALL CREDITORS AND ALL
PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS oil
DEMANDS AGAINST THE SAID
ESTATE:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of VIOLA M. BOLES, de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida.
to the County Judges of Dade County
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 7:U.H>. Florida
Statutes, in their offices ip the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County. I'lor
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 4 day
of i i, tober, 1971.
CAIDIN, ROTHENBERO. KOGAN &
KORNBLUM
Attorneys for the Estate of
ViOla M. Soles
SOS Blocayne Building
Miami, Florida 3:1130
Tel : a79-17r.4
Barrett M. Kothenherg
11 g-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 GOLDEN TOUCH at (981 Collins
Avenue, Miami Beach. Dade County.
Florida intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Hade County. Florida.
CLEM CORP
By Morton Garflnkel
Pri sident
RICHARD & GROSE
Attorneys for Applicant
By: Jerry A. Gross
10,8-15-22-29
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. 71-18987
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
SARA HERNANDEZ.
Wife
and
JOSE I.CIS HERNANDEZ.
Husband.
I TO: JOSE LUIS HERNANDEZ
424 East Ninth Street (Apt. No.
New York. New York 10009
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mai
riage has been filed against you ai
you an required to serve oppy
your written defenses, if any. to
on MARVIN ROSS FRIEDMAN, at-
lornev foi Petitioner, whose addrt
Is ::7::7 S W Eighth Street. Suite 1(19
Miami. Florida 33134. and file th
original with Ihe clerk of the nho\ i
stvied eourl on or before Novembi
1971 oil in Ise a default will 1 0
entered -i you for the relief de-
manded he niolainl or petition
This no li'i '.ill bi published one
ca.h week for four consecutive weeks
J '-v, ISH I'l ORIDIAN.
\\ ITN1". ;-< mi I nil and the Si I
if unid ourl ai Miami, Florl la i i
iliii tth dav ..f i ictober. 1971.
R i: I I- VTHERMAN,
A ciei I;. Circuit Court
I'. I '..... '..-Ida
N \ HEWETT
.\ i i. "my i 'lerk
M Irell nrl <'!
ii EIVM \N 1\P1 IP" 'ON
II"7 s W k 8reet. Suite 109
" ...... 146-64831
Attorney for Petitioner
MARVIN ROSS FRIEDMAN
." 8-15-22-29
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTON NO. 71-17536
ACTON FOR DSSOLUTON
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
JOYCE ANN HAVENS, Petitioner
JOHN M HAVENS, Respondent
TO: JOHN M. HAVENS
Residence unknown
YOl" ARE HEREBY N'OTIFIEP
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage lias been filed against you and
you arc required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to It on
HOWARD F. ULLMAN, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is 350 Lin-
coln ltd. .Miami Beach. Florida, an.I
file the original with the clerk Of th"
above styled court on or before No-
vember 12th. 1971: otherwise a de-
fault will be entered against yon fc
the relief demanded In the complaint
or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FI-ORiDlAN.
WITNESS mv hand and the
of said court al Miami. Florida on
this 4th day of u.i 1971.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
As ci. rk, Circuit Court
Had. County. Florida
By it. M. KISSES
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal i
HOWARD F 1'Ll.MAN
Attorney for Petitioner
?,.-,n Lincoln ltd.
Miami Beach. Fla.
10S-15-22-2H


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Friday, October 29,197J
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