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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
December 17, 1971

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

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
December 17, 1971

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
System ID:
AA00010090:02237

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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of North Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Jewish Floridian of South County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

Full Text
"Jewish Flor idian
44 Number 51
Combining THf JEWISH 1MWTY and THt XWISH MIKM
Miami, Florida Friday, December 17, 1971
Three Sections Price 20c
epresentatives Contacted On
esumption Of Jarring Mission
By Special Report
JlTKD NATIONS, N.Y.
kish diplomat Dr. Gunnar
bring reportedly contacted
i and Egyptian repre-
Itives about resumption of
IpcuP mission this week
Ing Monday's General As-
kly vote n a resolution call-
:n Israel to "respond favor-
to the mediator's Feb. 8
esi for a withdrawal com-
Beni and resumption of in-
lt talks through Jarring.
fcr .'.'-nation resolution was
led by a 79-7 vote with 36
[ntions. Ambassador C'hrls-
it II. Phillips explained the
iiistrntion by saying that
some of the language was
unsatisfactory. Washington, he
declared, was in full support of
the renewal of Jarring's nego-
tiations.
Egypt made clear it feels
that the responsibility for get-
ting things started again is Is-
rael's. "We have shown maxi-
mum cooperation." the spokes-
man said, "while Israel has so
far demonstrated maximum in-
transigence. Israel can persist
in this intransigence only if it
believes it has U.S. backing," he
declared.
In Jerusalem, a senior For-
eign Ministry official said the
Assembly vote won't help to un-
freeze the Jarring bilks. "It will
only deepen the deadlock," he
said.
'remier Mum On
Details Of Visit
EL AVIV (JTA) Premier
[i.i Meir held an impromptu
ort press conference after
Ireturn Monday from a two-
Ik visit in the United States,
! she refused to provide de-
of her discussions with
ferican officials and evaded a
Won about the further sup-
jof Phantom jets.
he Premier was met at the
ort I". Acting Premier Yigal
kn. Defense Minister Moslie
fan and other members of
(ablnet and the diplomatic
D leir reported that she
portunlty for a basic
I with U.S. Secretary
; William P. Rogers and
I Secretary Joseph J.
p> and tried to clarify some
linderstandinga and define
at Israel thinks the United
|tes should do.
*rs. Meir said she found an
IrmoiLs feeling of friendship
brael in America and that
talks with President Nixon
and Mr. Rogers had clarified a
number of things.
In New iTork City Sunday,
some 2,000 persons attended a
dinner in Mrs. Meir's honor un-
the auspices of the Israel Bond
Organization. The dinner, at-
tended by communal, civil, re-
ligious and business leaders of
metropolitan New York, gave
special impetus to the national
effort to sell 530 million in State
of Israel bonds this month in
order to bring the total pro-
ceeds for 1971 to $250 million.
In her address. Mrs. Meir de-
clared Israel's willingness to sit
down with her neighbors and
arrange for a "secure and real"
peace not just a piece of
paper.
Israel is willing to reach an
agreement on "borders safe for
us," she said. "Any borders will
be safe for the Arabs, for we
shall not attack them." she said,
adding that they must be bor-
ders from which we can defend
ourselves with as few casualties
as possible if war breaks out."
*aul Zuckerman Chairman
Of United Jewish Appeal
IEW YORK (JTA) Paul
ckerman of Detroit. Mich.,
named general chairman of
United Jewish Appeal at the
nquct session of the UJA's
national conference.
Che 59-year-old businessman-
planthropist succeeds Edward
sberg of Cleveland, Ohio, in
Psl Mr. Ginsberg will be
pin as UJA president and as
Tirman of the American Joint
Itrlbution Committee.
|At an earlier session, Leon
P'^in treasurer of the Jewish
ency. urged that in view
j the enormity of human needs
People of Israel face an
pressed commitment be made
American Jews to the UJA
WTC. The UJA, he pointed
' has the responsibility of
raising $450 million of the Jew-
ish Agency's 51-125 billion 1972
budget.
Mr. Zuckerman, stressing the
urgency and uncertainty of the
times for the people of Israel
called for the most extensive
campaign ever launched by the
UJA. The drive will be built
around the slogan "Keep the
Promise," he said, in order to
remind responsible people every-
where that Jews throughout
the world are in need of assist-
ance.
"Whatever is in store for the
Jewish people in Israel, in
Russia, or anywhere in the
world I am sure of one tiling:
that we will find the resources,
the energy and the funds to do
what must be done."
Shortly before the vote, For-
eign Minister Abba Eban reiter-
ated Israel's opposition to the
resolution, and said it left no
opening for new initiatives. The
U.N. General Assembly action
was exacted by Israeli observ-
ers, who said that body has be-
come "an instrument in Arab
hands."
JDC Adopts
$24.9 Million
1972 Budget
NEW YORK (JTA) A $24,-
940.000 budget for 1972 was
adopted by the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee (JDC) at its
57th annual meeting, attended
by 400 Jewish community lead>-
ers from the United States and
Canada.
The delegates elected Edward
Ginsberg of Cleveland as chair-
man of the JDC. He succeeds
Louis Broido, who was named
honorary chairman. Mr. Gins-
berg, General chairman of the
United Jewish Appeal, was re-
cently appointed head of the
International Fund Raising Com-
mit toe of the Jewish Agency.
The JDC's record budget is
intended to finance health, wel-
fare, rehabilitation, educational,
cultural and religious programs
on behalf of 315.000 needy Jews
in 25 countries. Samuel L. Haber,
executive vice chairman of the
JDC reported that the relief
agency will have spent $23,527,-
000 by the end of 1971 to aid
some 311.000 Jews in Israel.
Eastern and Western Euro''.
North Africa, Asia and other
countries. About 40'J of the 1971
expenditures went for a variety
of programs aiding some 97.000
people in Israel; 30r; assisted
about 160.000 persons in West-
ern and Eastern Europe and the
balance helped 43,000 needy
Jews in North Africa and Iran.
Jack D. Welter was re-elected
for a sixth-one-year term as
chairman of the JDC's National
Council and was also re-elected
vice chairman of the JDC.
Dr. Ralph Bunche, 67,
'Architect Of Peace'
UNITED NATIONS (WNS)
Dr. Ralph Bunche, UN. Under-
secretary General for Special
Political Affairs and a principal
architect of the 1949 Middle East
peace settlement, died here last
week at the age of 67.
Israel's Premier Golda Meir
serrt condolences to his widow,
Mrs. Ralph (Joan) Bunche. For-
eign Minister Abba Eban, who
pak'j tribute to Dr. Bundle's
role in pioneering peace-keeping
efforts said, "In Israel, which
occupied so much of his thought
and work since 1947, his death
will cast a particularly long
shadow."
American Jewish leaders also
paid tribute to Dr. Bunche. re-
ferring to his as "an architect of
peace."
News Briefs
Soya Flour Donated
TEL AVIV (JTA) The freighter, Elva sailed from Eilat last
week with 25 tons of soya flour donated by Israelis for the children
of war-ravaged East Pakistan. The flour was provided by the Israeli
Committee for Bangla Desh Children, a group that includes actors,
writers and lawyers. The committee said it would continue to raise
money for more aid to Bangla Desh children.
Cardinal Receives Prize
BUENOS AIRES (JTA) Raul Cardinal Henriquez Silva.
Archbishop of Chile, was awarded the 1971 Human Rights Prize of
the Latin American Jewish Congress for his "outstanding efforts in
the fight against racism, especially in defense of Jews in the Soviet
Union and Arab countries." Delegates from eight countries pledged
support for a settlement of Latin American immigrants in Israel,
solidarized itself with Israel's peace efforts and pledged support
for Jewish rights in the Soviet Union and Arab countries. The
Congress urged Latin American Jewish communities to support the
1972 "Year of the Book" to help disseminate books on Jews and
Judaism.
Warsaw Cemetery Vandalized
AMSTERDAM (JTA) The Jewish cemetery in Warsaw is
being systematically vandalized by professional criminals for profit,
the Dutch daily "Avro" reported. According to correspondent Link
Van Bruggen, who was touring Poland, protests by the Jewish
congregation in Warsaw have been fruitless. Van Bruggen reported
that every night intruders penetrate the cemetery through an un-
mended gap in the fence and steal tombstones. These are later
polished to remove the inscriptions and sold for the production of
new marble gravestones. According to the newspaperman, the
Jewish cemetery is already largely in ruins.
Ground Broken For Center
TEL AVIV (JTA) Ground-breaking ceremonies were held
here last week for a $500,000 Pioneer Women's Center for overseas
members. The ceremonies marked the end of a week-long bi-annual
meeting of the World Executive of Moetzet Hapoalot Pioneer
Women attended by 30 leaders from nine countries. The now
center will serve immigrants and visitors to Israel. The meeting
adopted a series of resolutions on behalf of Soviet and Syrian Jews,
and also launched a program to train new leadership and expand
Jewish education. It sent a cable of support to Premier Golda M ir,
a form t Pioneer Women leader.
France To Reimburse Israel
PARIS (JTA) The Secretary of the Parliament's Def
Commission told the National Assembly several days ago that the
government has slated 287 million francs ($52 million) for the re-
imbursement of the 50 Mirage planes bought by Israel and embar-
goed since the Six-Day War. Joel Lc Theule said this sum does not
include compensation and interest, which Israel demands. He added
that negotiations were in progress on the degree of compensation
on the basis of 6.5% interest a year, less than Israel demands.
Demonstrators Arrested
LONDON (JTA) Jewish sources in th,> Soviet Union report
that a group of Moscow Jews visited the United Nations Mission
headquarters in the Soviet capital on Friday to demonstrate for
exit visas on the occasion of Human Rights Day. At least five were
taken into custody by Moscow police before their demonstrations
got underway.
Ruth Engulfed At Kennedy
NEW YORK (JTA) Looking happy but rather frightened at
the size of the welcome accorded her, a shy Ruth Aleksandrovich
Averbuch arrived Sunday at Kennedy International Airport to be
engulfed by cheers and freedom chants from more than 100 well-
wishers, including rabbis, leaders and members of activist groups,
teenagers and two small girls bearing bouquets. Mrs. Averbuch is
the 24-year-old Riga nurse who recently migrated to Israel after
serving a year in prison for alleged anti-Soviet activities.
Rothberg Reports Total
NEW YORK (JTA) Sam Rothberg. general chairman of the
Israel Bond Organization, has reported that the first 11 months of
1971 had produced cash Bond sales of $204,639,000. This result, he
stated, has "placed us on the threshold of establishing an all-time
record for Israel Bond sales in any year." Rothberg issued this
report at a Bond dinner attended by more than 2.000 business, civic,
religious and communal leaders from the New York metropolitan
area.


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Friday, D**^
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Israel Bond Committees
Sponsor Nights In Israel
Ai the Israel Bund effort by
residents "i hlgh-fiM dwellers
jrains momentum, a series of
"Nlgftts In [srael" wilt i> so. oil by Israel Bond Committees
of man] South Florida high-rise
a p ar i m e n t and condominium
buildings.
The Israel Bond Committee of
Point East "ill hold its "Night in
Israel" Wednesday. Chairman of
the committee is William Siegel;
cochairmen are Henry Frank and
Ernest Samuels,
Among the highly successful
functions held last week was a
".Night in Israel" sponsored by the
Pompano Beach Temple Sholom
Israel Bond Committee. Mr. and
Mrs. Moe Hirs'iman were recipi-
ents of the State of Israel Scroll
of Honor. Jerry Sherman was the
chairman and Oscar Sindell was
cochairman of this event.
K>red by the Israel Bond Com
mittee of Galahad Court, Joseph
Greenberg and Mrs. Martin Mord-
t.nxwra
Residents of Star Lakes partici-
pated in a "Night in Israel" under
the sponsorship "i Maimonides
Lodge 2812, B'nai B'rith; Eta Ker-
em Group of Hadassah: and Cong- hairmen.
regation Agudath Achlm recently.
Honorees on this occasion were
William w. Rashkin and Mrs.
Gertrude Bashman. Heading the
11 liiiittee were Maurice Mehl-
man, chairman, and Harry Karp
and Mrs. Cclia Sllversteta, co-
chairmen.
At the "Night in Israel" spon-
.vas chaired by Dr. Sidney Kimel-
btot, with Harry Sussman serving
as cochairman.
Charles Lang was the recipient
of the State of Israel Scroll of
Honor at the "Night in Israel"
sponsored by the Israel Bond
Committee of Sky Lake Gardens;
Charles Garten was chairman
With Ben Klippel and Irving Dess-
ner serving as cochairmen.
Herzl Lodge, B'naJ B'rith, (Hol-
lywood I sponsored the "Night in
Israel" at the Parker Plaza.
Chairman of the Parker Plaza Is-
rael Bonds Committee was Sam-
uel Reckler. General chairmen for
the Herzl Lodge Israel Bond
Committee were Max I.eiberman
and Bernard Pollen.
Residents of 100 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, honored Nat Fried-
man at a recent "Night in Israel."
Chairman of the event was Sam-
Execiitive Board
Voices Concern
The executive board of the
Greater Miami Chapter, American
Jewish Committee, has expressed
Its groat concern over the pending
elimination of the offices of Legal
Services Senior Center on Miami
Beach.
Dr. Charles Beber, president of
the Greater Miami Chapter. Amer-
ican Jewish Committee, in a letter
to Metro Mayor Steve Clark, de-
clared that the aged have to con-
tend with consumer, tenant, pen-
sion, age discrimination, an'! social
security problems, and with their
limited resources and income, are
unable to pay for legal advice
They need the protective services
provided by the Legal Senior Cen-
ter in South Miami Beach, he said.
Dr. Beber strongly urged that
the mayor use his good office to
see that these services are con-
tinued through their inclusion in
the $411,918 grant recently re-
ceived from the Department of
Health. Education & Welfare, and
OEO, for a basic social service
system for the aged." The under-
priviliged, the poor, and the in-
firm, should have the same legal
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\rodie, Forman Promoted
\To High Federation Posts
Lion J. Brodie and Robert P.
Kan have boon appointed as-
txeeutivc vice presidents
%i
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ROBtRT P. FORMAN
ircatCT Miami Jewish Fed-
l lording to an announce-
ade by Arthur S. Rosichan,
nization'S executive vice
ki Both men will be in-
d In all aspects of Federation
lity he reported.
ir Brodie's primary responsi-
lv will be for the conduct of
[annual Combined Jewish Ap-
tlsrael Emeregency Fund
Lpaign. the development and
I ice of the Young Lead-
(ii|> Cabinet Training Program
th> Federation's Multiple Ap-
C enmittee.
Ir. Korman's responsibilities
be in the area of general Fed-
|tion administration, community
lining and community relations.
i ting and finance, agency and
ti d l and relationships.
fl am personally pleased that
ff Bn He and Bob Forman. with
Dm 1 nave worked closely over
j i have been promoted to
important position." said Mr.
i- 'Their knowledge of the
Rish lommunity and the social
pare told have helped as begin
pro le a well-rounded program
services by the Federation
|nci Possessing a keen knowl-
of the needs of both our local
nmunity and the people of Is-
these two men have effec-
'ly interpreted it to the total
Ununity.'
Prior to Mr. Brodie's associa-
with the Greater Miami Jew-
Federation in l%8, he served
{executive director of the Jewish
leration and Jewish Family
vice of Broward County. He
m rved on the faculty of
fry College's School of Social
trie.
iuate of Western Mary-
Id College, Mr. Brodio received
Master's degree from Boston
diversity's Graduate School of
Dial Work and is a member of
Academy of Certified Social
brkers, the highest accreditation
Octal worker can achieve. He is
o a mi mbor of the National As-
piatton of Social Workers and
Association of Jewish Com-
fjn.il Workers,
I1" on entering the field of com-
pnity organization, Mr. Brodio
was chief psychiatric social work-
er in a psychiatry and neurology
clinic- at Ft. Crowder, Mo., where
he completed his military service. I
He later joined the staff of the!
Jewish Federation am'. Council of'
Greater Kansas City, Mo., with
responsibilities in social planning,
education. Campaigning and bud-
geting.
^ Before joining the staff of the
Creator Miami Jewish Federation
In 19t!2 as director of budgeting
and planning. Mr. Forman served
for five years as planning and
budgeting assistant of the Jewish
Welfare Federation of San Fran-
cisco. Mr. Forman was a staff
member of the Welfare Planning
Council in Chicago and the Amer-
ican Service Institute of Pitts-
burgh prior to his tenure in San
Francisco.
A member of Temple Emanu-El,
Mr. Forman. who lias served on
various committees of the United
Fund of Dado County, is a mem-
ber of the National Association of
Social Workers and of the Acad-
emy of Certified Social Workers.
lie is also associated with the
South Florida Football Officials
Association and the Florida High
School Activities Association.
Mr. Forman. who served as a
U.S. Army staff correspondent
in Europe for "Stars and Stripes,"
is a graduate of the University of
Pittsburgh, and also holds a Mas-
ters degree in social work from
that university.
Dr. Peter Diamondopoulis, (right) professor of philosophy and
the history oi ideas at Brandeis University, spoke on the crisis
in education in the '70s at the recent Imperial House brunch
held by the Friends of Brandeis University of Dade County.
With him is Dr. Stanley Frehling, who was chairman of the
event. '
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Friday, December 17, 1971
Volume 44
29 KISLEV 5732
Number 51
Sobering But Challenging Figures
The opening of the exits from the Soviet Union has
brought joy to the heart of every Jew. Authentic reports of
the new exodus indicate that, just in the past several
months, as many as 9,000 have arrived in Israel and that
more are literally pouring in every day.
That this is indeed a blessing goes without saying, but
it is one which brings greater responsibility to all Jews in
the free world. Only this past week, the Jewish Agency
released figures which shows that it costs $23,000 to inte-
grate a Russian family into Israeli life.
Nor can American, British, South African and French
Jews be unaware that, in addition to our Russian brethren,
some 40,000 immigrants from other parts of the world, most
of them arriving with little but the clothes on their backs,
have come to Israel to be settled during 1971 a sobering
figure but a challenging one as well.
There are times when Jews question the fund-raising
activities which have become a normal part of our lives.
The answer which we have accepted, and will continue to
do, is that we are our brothers' keepers and it is only
through our Combined Jewish Appeal that we can realize
with them that precious freedom we have struggled for
these thousands of years.
Unanimity Significant
In an unprecedented action the Orthodox, Reform and
Conservative movements recently joined in a declaration
of support for Jewish day schools. The major policy state-
ment was issued by the Synagogue Council of America,
headed by our own Rabbi Irving Lehrman, and is signifi-
cant for the unanimity of the three branches of Judaism on
an issue.
The past several years have seen a significant change
in the position of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation on
this question. For the first time in its history, the Federation's
Commission on Jewish Education this year provided a
modest qrant to the Hebrew Academy. More importantly,
it has turned over to a committee the duty of further studies
on the day school question Thus further advances may
be anticipated.
Protest Not Surprising
Democratic self-government is hardly an ideal among
the Arab nations which continue to keep their masses in
bondage. It is no surprise, therefore, that Jordan is protest-
ing the Israeli plan to hold municipal elections in the occu-
pied area of the west bank. By permitting Arabs to vote in
the Jerusalem election, in admitting them to work from
such places as the Gaza Strip, and allowing Arabs from
all over the world to vacation with their relatives in Israel,
the Israelis are setting a bad example.
The Arab peoples are being shown that it it possible
to live in decency and dignity and, most of all, peace. This
is hardly what their rulers want them to know, and least
of all from Israel.
Land Of Opportunity
The latest statistics on immigration to Israel show
that close to 50,000 made the decision last year to settle in
the Jewish state almost a thousand of whom registered as
non-Jews. Included in this number were some 2,000 former
Israelis who were returning home.
An interesting feature is the high percentage of un-
married persons in the group, 53% of the women falling
into that category and 47% of the men. In all respects, it
seems, Israel is seen as the land of opportunity.
WASHINGTON There are
or rather there were three
markedly superior public schools
In San Francisco. Their names
were Commodore Stockton.
Washington Irving and Spring
Valley. The overwhelming ma-
jority of their pupils came
straight from the darkest depths
of Chinatown, but thev were
what the social pseudo-scientists
now call "high achievers."
Commodore Stockton school is
also a memento of the era of
total exclusion. -It was estab-
lished because most West Coast
school systems used to be
si.'inly segregated, not for
blacks but for the "Orientals."
But now the San Francisco
The one side of the Jewish
problem what may be called
the dark "American" side that
I sought to explore last week
- might be illumined by an old
clipping from the New York
Times I unearthed the other
day.
IT TOLD of the record num-
ber of students from minority
groups enrolled in medical
schools at the beginning of this
school year. Blacks, American
Orientals, Puerto Ricans, Amer-
ican Indians are the minorities
listed.
Not Jews, apparently, for few-
er than 6 million though we are
in a nation of more than 200
million, our attainment of the
establishment plateau has taken
us out of the "minority" status
we once suffered.
BUT WHAT Earl Raab labels
the "Golden Age of the Dis-
pora," which came full blown
during the two decades follow-
ing World War II can be pre-
dicted as having come to an
end.
The nationally circulated
Jewish Post & Opinion recently
headlined, "National Body
Formed To Defend Jews." re-
vealing that a new Jewish or-
ganization aimed at defending
Jewish rights is in the process
of formation.
HEADING the grouo is Rabbi
Wolfe Kelman, executive vice
president of the Conservative
movement's Rabbinical Assem-
bly of America.
In expressing his disappoint-
ment with the well-established
Jewish defense agencies __ the
American Jewish Committee.
American Jewish Congress and
Anti-Defamation 1-eague __
Rabbi Kelman gives us what
might be called the other side
of our identity problem the
"Jewish" Jewish side. "They
have publicly supported the op-
position to Jewish concerns," he
has charged.
TO ADD to the ambiguity of
the situation, one of those listed
as leading the new organization
Ls Rabbi Abraham Joshua Hes-
chel, a prime mover in the civil
rights battle and among those
opi>osed to the war in Vietnam
for many years. For these are
surely the two leading causes
which deepened the split be-
tween the Jews who believed
that Judaism spoke to universal
causes and those who believed
that only the cause of Jews was
worth fighting for.
If Howard Metzenbaum, the
liberal Ohio industrialist who
sees danger in the inward turn
of the Jew, labels us "The Jews
of Silence," Raab, executive di-
rector of the Jewish Community
Relations Council of San Fran-
cisco views the Metzenbaums as
"The Jews of Innocence."
FOR HIM, as he suggested in
the public discussion with Met-
zenbaum at the UAHC conven-
tion, it is dangerous today to
ignore the conflict between Jew-
ish interests and liberal views.
Our local press pays it little
attention, but that conflict is
best seen in reading the ac-
counts of the battle in Forest
Hills, N.Y., against a proposal
to place a large low-cost hous-
ing project in the midst of that
middle-class, primarily Jewish
community.
AT LEAST one rabbi has re-
I his pulpit because of his
congregation's almost unani-
toforcih St,
general fJET1
school busln qwnn*
TO Tills ord,,r t.
"wn immunity ia ^
Kpi' i3
visors.
LVh -^ttSr
by ..,',;
:r.inantlyr
tools On
1 !l aionol'dl
iingoitel
s'm '"- ^wa
Court of the rJI
States. J
II v, I I
predictably refused the sajjf
execution, essentially M J
ground that everybody had11
be forcibly homogenized v*fr
they liked it or not. Shot
the Chinese suit will react!
U.S. Court of Appeals in a
fornia. which is likely to I
the same finding as ml
Douglas.
Hence the Chinese suit sbl
ly to reach the Supreme Gxl
once again and. in answcr-pl
or-no form, during the nextjal
Until then, despite the povql
of the great majority of Qm\
town's new immigrants. Sal
Francisco's Chinese are mosd||
sending their children topmffl|
(Continued on Page 1J-A|
COMMENT
by EDWARD COHEN
mous i| but the 0*1
whelmii ity of the com-1
munity -r.mitted toftel
fight an I ire bitter particuWU
over politicians likeMayorlMJ
say and Sen. Javits.
The reaction of the Forest|
Hills community is partof*
developinu1 story of the Jeff I
America. Lindsay didn't wonf!
about us. the Viitoc ^
quotes a resident "because!
thought he could get away *i
ramming this thing down ouri
throats. We're Jewish. l
middle-class liberals. Were noil
supposed to fight back.
THESE IS the fact, as A|
that Forest Hills was che^l
after other ethnic BI* "Jl
been successful in turning iJ|
the project from other Great&l
New York sections. Ana. I
should be noted, that whil l
three defense agencies uJI
fire are in support of the "
cct; Bany liberal **j]
A weekly column. I dt*
as I flounder through J
notes and dipping* vm
condense this over***jj
sue into a thouajd ,
hardly the place for #
ever there was at .meg
Jewish people and not**
dotogists -o tefS*U|
problems in dcptli ^
SoV. Our leader. -J
to discuss more than
big and turn the thinkwg ^
Jewish community J* I
why and ho, *-*,,
Jews Ljfieei
neve thai the **2X.ti
the; .re being*
pay.


December 17, 1971
*Jewlsti ncrkliian
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in Savings
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and The Dade Federal Savers Club
ViJh *k. kr.tZ.
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Your savings in a Dade Federal passbook or certificate savings account
earn a high rate of return for you with interest compounded daily from
day of deposit to day of withdrawal. It's a good way to save. We have
a savings plan to fit your personal requirements.
Another good way to save is your membership in our Dade Federal
Savers Club. You save on admissiohs to theatres, local cultural, sport
and other entertainment features, dining out, group travel and the
purchase of select merchandise. It costs you nothing. There are no
dues, fees or meetings to attend. It's easy to join. Ask the new account
personnel in any of our convenient offices or telephone 377-1671,
extension 251.
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Kendall Branch
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665-6951
Tamiami Branch
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643-4844
Allapattah Branch
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633-2491
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Friday. December]
Interim Budget Committee
Makes Its Recommendations
The interim hu ftgel committee of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion recently met with represen-
tatives of most of the Federation's
local benofieiary agencies, and rec-
ommended to the Federation's
board of directors that the 1972
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Em< rgenej Fund campaign yield
at leasl KSC3.300 more than was
raised In 1971, in order to meet
the minimal needs of the loca
agencies to continue basic services.
terim budget committee for the
foUpwinj; grants ,an/jLor, alloca-
lions for 1971: B'nai B'rith Youth
Organization-Miami $1,000; Bur-
eau of Jewish Education $9,704;
Community Relations Committee
$1,158; Hillel-Jewish Student Cen-
ter. University of Miami $2,750;
and YM-YWHA
54.500.
of Greater Miami
local I"'1'' ''Hal aR,'ll(-'i,'s will present
their budget material to the 40-
member budget iiuiimittcv next
spring.
The interim budget committee
includes Stanley Arkin. I. Jerry
Bloom. Walter S. Falk. Stanley R.
Gilbert, Joseph Golden, David S.
Kenin. Nurnia Kipnis, Richard D.
Levy, Morton Marcus. Dr. David
Seitlin, Arnold J. Stem. Jerry
Sussman and Mrs. Irving Wexler.
Ik.
According to Morton Silberman. ,
chairman of the interim budget
committee, projecting agency re-
ements for 1972 "was again a
difficult task, at best." The com-
mitt c reviewed the current year's
budget experience to date, explored)
requirements tor the forthcoming
year, examined resources available
for additional agency financing and
formulated recommendations on
thes< items for consideration bj
1 rd of din ctors.
I:: a Idition, th board approved
recommendat Ions ol th in-
Beth Torah, Youth Council Observing 'Youth Sabbath'
Beth Torah Congregation will the Chanukah Torch Relay Festi-
join with the Jewish Youth Coun-
cil of Greater Miami in observing
Youth Sabbath' in conjunction
with the s|K>eial Chanukah Serv-
ice to be helit Friday beginning
at S:00 p.m. The young |>oople of
the congregation will assist in
chanting the set vices and discuss
In his sermon. Rabbi Max A.
LipschttZ will address himself to
the youth and commend them for
their leadership in arousing the
Jewish community to greater de-
dication to the State of Israel and
concern for Sovtety Jewry,
Bar Han's Rector To
Lecture At Beth David
Dr. Harold Fisch, professor, oi
1 iterature ami rector of Bar I Ian
1 niversitj uho is currently serv-
- visiting professor ol l-.'ng-
al the University of Mary-
will i e !!. pulj it guest at
' David gation dm Ing
1- Fridaj evening services, which
I In i t B 30 p.m.
Dr, Flsch, who ha:, been associ-
ated with Bar Ilan University
i-i- a!i; ah in 19.YT. will speak
i thi topic "Religion in Israi
A Reappraisal." He will be in-
troduced by Rabbi Sol Landau.
itual leader ol the congrega-
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December 17, 1971
9,Jewlst>nt>ridFfor7
French Y's Help Resettle
lews From North Africa
Page 7-A
L Jews who have resettled in
fi-om Algeria, Morocco and
tension-ridden North Afri-
knds are being aided by the
1 .TtrtfrV "WtWflSfT* ^omrrmn-
fcntcr programs was the sub-
' study of North American
Community Center leaders
fact-finding mission in
ptcd enthusiastically by the
>f the national central body
.vish fund-raising and serv-
the Fonda Social Juif L'nifie
: isskm's members -current
ecent presidents of major
American centers were
in contact with their coun-
ts and with representative
OS of centers in Paris and
Lyons, third largest city in
they were introduced
land to the impact of rapid
{ration which has increased
vish population from 6,000
loOO in a feu years.
fcer Palatchi, president of the
in Lyons, described to Isa-
E. Millstone of St. Louis,
ent of the World Federation
IlIIAs and Jewish Community
li-v and leader of the mission,
|6sentia] services of Jewish
lions to the families.
United Fund, Metro Launch Information Referral Services
The members of the mission
sponsored jointly by the World
Federation and the National Jew-
ish Welfare Board (JWB), were
invited by the Wrffipean Council
of Jewish Community Services
The YM-YWHA of Greater Miami
is a member of the JWB.
College-age youth who met with
the mission's members explained
that the main center in Lyons:
provided them with kosher meals,
a place for study, opportunities
lor socialization and recreation
and even permitted them to con-
duct their own Saphardic-type re-
ligious services.
Children and adults also bene-
fittcd from a comprehensive pro-1
gram that ranged from Hebrew-
speaking classes, concerts and
forums, and Israel-related activi-
ties to judo instruction.
Chonukah Package Party
Pvoney Plaza Chapter. Women's
League for Israel, will hold a
Chanukah package party and reg-
ular meeting Wednesday at 12:30
p.m. in the Mezzanine Card Room.
All members and guests are asked !
to bring packages. They will be I
auctioned off in a fun session dur- j
ing the afternoon.
The first phase of an integrated
Citizens Information and Referral
Program under the joint direction
of the United Fund and Metropoli-
tan Dace County was launched
during a recent luncheon meeting
at the United Fund offices.
V'ito G. Rigillo, executive vice
president of United Fund, and R.
Ray Goode, County Manager met
with 18 of the newly trained in-
formation and resource assistants
and nine professional social work-
ers who will work in conjunction
with Community Action Agency
directors and District Center man-
agers.
The Information and Referral
Program is a comprehensive ap-
proach which will, for the first
time, provide citizens with direct
access to all public and private
agencies in Dade County, and pro-
vide the necessary linkage to as-
sure that problems are adequately
handled by related agencies.
"Today marks tiae dawn of a
new era of efficient, dedicated
service for all citizens and a spe-
cial concern for the needs of here-
tofore neglected groups migrant
workers, senior citizens, deprived
inner city residents, and sectors
of our large Cuban population."
declared Mr. Rigillo as the meet-
ing ended.
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VOTE SLATE No. 5
UNITED NON-PARTY ZIONISTS
Hadassah, including its affiliated youth movements B'nai
Zion, The American Jewish League for Israel
FOR
U. S. DELEGATES TO THE 28th WORLD ZIONIST CONGRESS
Slate No 5 stands for service to all the people of Israel without
regard to their political party affiliation.
Slate No. 5 represents more than half the registered Zionists in the U.S.
It combines the strength of:
HADASSAH For sixty years the name Hadassah has been synonymous with medicine,
child rescue, land reclamation and education on behalf of the people of Israel; and
with Jewish education for adults end youth, public information and the strengthening
of Zionism in the United States
B'NAI ZION oldest fraternal organization in America, sponsors projects in Israel and
promotes American-Israel friendship and education programs on U. S. campuses.
THE AMERKAt! JEWISH LEAGUE FOR ISRAEL was founded in 1957 by Jewish leaders be-
cause they opposed affiliation with an Israeli political party. Members include lead-
ers in UJA, Israel Bonds, the Weizmann Institute, Hebrew University.
DON'T BE MISLED!
The Zionist Organization of America is bombarding the press and deluging the homes
of Zionists with mail carrying misleading statements about our position as Non-party
Zionists.
THE FACT IS: That we are the only Zionist grouping in the U. S composed of Dias-
pora Zionists only and not affiliated with any political party in Israel.
The ZOA is circulating misleading interpretations of the Congress Tribunal decisions
on election procedures as adopted by the Area Election Committee of the American Zion-
ist Federation for the U.S. delegation to the forthcoming World Zionist Congress.
THE FACTS ARE: The ZOA protested postal elections. The Congress Tribunal upheld
mail ballots saying: "Indeed, when carried out properly, this system even has ad-
vantages over the ballot box."
The ZOA protested the decision that 45"" of the U. S. delegation be allocated on the
basis of organizational membership, and 55 be popularly elected.
THE FACT IS: The Congress Tribunal upheld this procedure. The relevant ruling reads:
"In the United States the American Zionist Federation is based on cooperation
between organizations- There is nothing wrong with reflecting this structure in the
system for Congress elections."
The ZOA protested what it calls a "secret inter-party agreement" on the distribution
of the 45 per cent.
THE FACT IS: The Congress Tribunal upheld this procedure ruling: "There is nothing
to prevent parties from making agreements among themselves without participa-
tion of all parties."
The Tribunal requested that there be a redistribution of the 45. A new distribution
has been agreed on by more than 80 of the organizations in the American Zionist Fed-
eration.
FINALLY The Congress Tribunal requests that "from now on the appellants refrain
from making public accusations liable to harm the entire Zionist Movement." The
ZOA has broken this injunction of the Tribunal.
MAIL YOUR VOTE FOR SLATE No. 5 POST-MARKED NO
LATER THAN DECEMBER 28th
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Humorist Among Stars
Of Chanukah Festival
Joey Russell, one of America's i The group of 25 South Florida
foremost American Jewish humor-
ists, will be among the stars tak-
JOCY BUSStLL
ing part in the community-wide
Chanukah Festival under the aus-
pices of the Israel Bond Organiza-
tion. Sunday at 8 o'clock in the
Miami Beach Convention Hall.
Heading the program will be Jan
Pecue, famed star of opera and
concert stage.
Another feature of the program
will be the premiere appearance
of the Cantors Association of
Greater Miami with special selec-
tions prepared for the occasion.
Seniors' Friendship Club
To Hear Sender M. Kaplan
The Miami Beach Seniors'
Friendship Club will hold a Chan-
ukah party Monday at 1 p.m. in
the Financial Federal Savings &
Loan Association Auditorium, 755
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Guest speaker for the event will
be Sender M. Kaplan of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation.
.Mis. Rose Berek, president of
the Friendship Club, reports that
the organization will begin plans
for its drive on behalf of the 1972
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund campaign. The
goal of the organization is to dou-
ble its 1971 contributions in the up-
coming drive.
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Tired of the same onl thing?
Tired of the tame old people?
Are you between the ages of
18 and 24?
Beth Torah Congregation is
establishing a young singles
group for the ages mentioned
above.
There will be an organization-
al meeting on Wed., Dec. 22nd
at 8 PM in the new Youth
Building (across 11th Ave.
from Synagogue), for further
information contact:
MR. GERALD LESTER
Dir.. Youth Activities
947-7428
Cantors will be under the direc-
tion of Cantor David Conviser.
Producer of the Chanukah Fes-
tival is Barnett Breeskin. conduc-
tor of the Miami Beach Symph-
ony Orchestra, who will conduct
the Festival Orchestra at the
Chanukah Festival.
Joey Russell, who has starred
in numerous night clubs and ho-
tels throughout the country, and
has appeared in stage shows with
such leading show business per-
sonalities as Victor Borge and Ar-
thur Godfrey, is a popular master
of ceremonies, and is widely
known for his humor.
He has performed at such fam-
ous entertainment locales as
Grossinger's in the Catskills, the
St. Moritz in New York, the Sher-
aton-Cadillac Hotel in Detroit,
and the Chelsea Hotel in Atlantic
City.
Complimentary tickets to the
Chanukah Festival are made
available to 1971 Israel Bond pur-
chasers.
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KOSHER MEALS AT
FEDERATION EVENTS
According to an announce-
ment by Robert Russell,
president of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation, the
board of directors has re-
affirmed its policy that all
public events sponsored by
Federation will feature*
Kosher meals. In addition,
Federation is urging that all
of its local beneficiary agen- ;
cies adopt a similar policy.
M M l.ii'.lMM ':". MMMW v~: .,!!:.....I.......of
A JC To Survey School Program8
Club Makes Cash Awards
The Empire State Club of Flor-
ida, whose membership is limited
to New York State Masons, has
selected the following institutions
to receive its annual cash awards:
Variety Children's Hospital. North
Shore Group for Retarded, 52 As-
sociation, Arthritis Foundation of
Dade County, Miami Beach Home
for the Aged. National Cystic Fib-
rosis Foundation, National Fed-
eration of the Blind, North Dade
Children's Center, National Car-
diac Children's Hospital and
Brotherhood Fund, New York
State Grand Lodge.
Mrs. Bernard Silverstein has
been named the chairman of the
schools committee of the Greater
Miami Chapter of the American
Jewish Committee, according to
Dr. Charles Beber, president.
Goals of the committee include
studies of such topics as teaching
about religion in Dade County
schools, treatment of Jews in so-
cial studies classes, school disrup-
tions, human relations programs
and Jewish education.
Other committee members in-
clude Mrs. Charles Beber. Rabbi
Nicolas L. Behamann, Mrs. Byron
Cherkas, Mrs. Norman Cohan, Mr.
and Mrs. Marvin Cooper, Mrs.
Stanley Ersoff, Irving Firtel, Mrs.
Judy Gilbert, Mr<
Liebmas. Mrs e.-i.' ^"M
Silverman, Mr ^MelvinTefi*
ZOA's Dinner-D*
nee j*|
The annual "Sen^,
Award dinner-dance,
the South Florida Qfa
Zionist 0^^,^
s scheduled for Sunday ,
the Napoleon R >.*J
ville Hotel. The 5:30 *
pagne reception will CV
by dinner and dancjm,.,"
special entertainment mL
steal candlelight^ j\
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[The leadership of the Barband branches
IDer Lebediker; Biaik-Ben-Gurion; Cuban
David Bliss and Poale-Zion met win Zev
I Baumgold of the National Labor Council of
[the United Jewish Appeal to discuss plans
for the 1971 Combined Jewish Appeal-
[ Israel Emergency Fund campaign of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation recently.
* Jewish norkUan
Page 9-A
The group unanimously voted to hold an
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Repentance Was Complete
I RABBI SADI NAIIMIAS
Sephiirdlc .l.wish (enter
in' of the most stirring talcs
j- ihe Scriptures is that of Joseph
rig sold into slavery by his
I.others and. ultimately, emerg-
as the viceroy of Kgypt, to
om tin same brothers had to
ne. asking for food.
No one. fails to be stirred by the
e Mtion-ladcn trials t h r o u g h
\ Ich Joseph put his brothers;
itself that he loved him exceed-
ingly. The answer to this question
is found in Abravanel commen-
tary of the Sedrah "Miket/.." As
Abravanel |>oints out, Joseph was
IQdi
igioits
*Jewi
/'vices
By RABBI SAMIEL J. FOX
Since everyon.- lights Chan-
ukiih candles at home, why is
it required to have them lit In
the synagogue?
Some Halaehic authorities (e.g.
I A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA.
TION. 995 SW 7th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Aron Ban Arorv
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowftc 2
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken-
dall Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. 3
BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Comervative. Rabbi Sol Landau
Cantor William W. Lipion 4
interested In determining whether Abraham Ha-Yarchi) actually!
there had taken place complete question the propriety of lighting I fj**"* >' "' ,!u,sl ageaker: i>r.
repentance, whose distinguishing the candles in the synagogue foi im'!';'i''v'iv^..,Z'Ti':} "R'"^,0,, In
marks were later codified by Mai- this reason. The persistent view -_.__
monides- j however, argues for lighting the KftJKj IT l^.hm.n Ave rt\
w Hat is complete repentance?" cand',,s m ,ho ^"sgue for a
A case where the opportunity nUmber ol ,caSons'
came to sin in the manner that
I everyone who reads the Blbli- the person sinned before; the per-
. talo becomes somehow involv- ,,)n then refusing to sin only be-
e when Joseph says to hLs broth- cause of repentance and not be-
. "I am Joseph, your brother, 'cause of fear or of weak will.
v bom you sold to Egypt."
First, just like the KiddUSh on Prlday -
the Sabbath and the festivals, '
these lights are kindled
in
BETH KODESH 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Leon Segal.
Quest speaker: Prof.
.i. bman. Subject: "Prob-
I. in- 1 if Peaci In Israel." Followed
the l>) 'iii-it Sh.il.l.;it hosier! l,\ 11,.. .\[i-
synagogue for the benefit of the WS^A'g&--a&t$Ska82S2i
Joseph had to contrive a situa- ^a>'^''^ ';^''>'passmg thn.u^h olUgS?m *.,,.,: ..Whlll ,.,
; tion where the brothers would be [ '* V > '^.S.?^ '""JS "^ .
be question has often been m a I)os:ti()n w bo,lv anothlM. I to light the can, -les .ma.,- BETH TOV (Temp..,. 64M SW 8th
1 sed as to why Joseph selected Mn of Kachel and i surrogate of ^ synagogue their temporary ?_ cnieriii, R,bbi simnn
tjU favorite young brother Ben.ja- : Joscph. 0nl Benjamin fi|led the
mm to be the 'victim of the i ^in
contrived plot which Joseph had
Igned in order to test hLs
brother's sincerity and love for
h other. Surely, it would seem
re appropriate that Joseph
'iild have selected a brother
re closely associated ion the
maternal side) with the other
t thers.
Likewise, it would appear that
J -eph was bereft of any pity for
hit younger brother, Benjamin,
1 yet we know from the Torah oathwav to God.
We ought to understand and
practice the obvious lesson of the
Torah portion. Too many times
we think that rejientance is just
"being sorry." If such sorriness
has sincere motivations, true re- j
[icntance goes beyond that. It in- j
volves a complete change of char- ;
acter, of metamorphosis In which
we become so morally regenerated
that the very cause which was1
once our downfall becomes our
home April. Cantoi Seymour Hinkea 8
Friday 8:16 p.ni. Si-rmnn: "The (VI.-
hrrnion of Choimkaa." Followed by
Second, on Chanukah, there is|"'. Shabbai hosted by Mr. and Mrs,
a requirement to spread the word k' .
within the community. Lighting j ISRAEL (Temp.e) OF GREATER S.'-rvuV "esMbjetadCWA
tlie candles in the synagogue gig.1- 3*N*J**! T< WeHww. Qrtmp. Saturday n: .M".3
spreads the word in public. There- !&?,? trSSlf-whe* k.'mV.,"" <*%
fnr.i th<> rhinnU.h i;,.w* ; *i. i Dlt- Think Itur \,.v..r ,.-*
CENTER. 1720 ifihASe
JW. North BVv75vlS,rM'
*>ve. R.bbi Philin e C""i
nSwuSSSfs
NE Miami Garden, ""*). I
ach.tz. Cantor j,coh S "*
B'NAI RAPHAEL*iIn", ....
tasts tiH m
%,P SSPtt *
8RhaX.p- w-Atel
Prjda> 5:13 p.ni s.ur.!,v,,n.l
YOM^S,. ^vff+mA
Rabb^ Naftal, Poroih ^""1
CORAl GA81FS
JUBDEA (Temple). 5500 OratJhaJ
Reform. Rabb, Morri, Kip, "j
Prtda, 1,11 I. m. ,V,.^
preads the word in pu
fore the Chanukah lights in the '
synagogue are required to bum
during the services when there I
a minyan present.
Think Hut N'ever Bar.
Why is there no scroll read
doaotibtag the miraculous events
ol (liiiniikali. just like the Book
of Bather which is read during
Purlm?
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conaervative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazin. Cantor Nathan Parnaaa. 11
Pi-May 5:JO p.ni und R:IS p.ni Ser-
mon: "At.- Jewa sun Hixpendable?"
Saturday 8:4:, ., m Portion ol the
tveek.
OR OLOM (T.mpie>
St. Conaervative.
Glixman.
Basically, the answei to this
in is that while the
Esther i> an official book
Fewish Canon, there i- no i
al liook (a book of sacred llltavah E\-ai
turei that contains the gtorj ~ l^ldman.
Chanukah. The Book of M
bees, which does contain th< 5
is an extra-canonical book .
pail of the Apocrypha
8755 SW 16th
Rabbi Ralph
____ 13
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conaervative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein. ,4
2ION (Temple) 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
aervative. Kabu, Norman N. ihapiro.
: m Saturday I .i m, Bai
on of .Mr and Mra,
It is Interesting to note th
ng the Middle .\-,-. iom
gbgues are known to ha\ e used
the Book of Maccabees! Yei
lews still read this book,
also contains -ome of our pn
Why in no ss)erjel Chan
ii-ast required of the Jews an
there is on I'urini?
Mrs. Mary Botwin received the congratulations of Michael
-itvak. director of the Israel Bond Organization, after
ssuming her new post as office manager for Israel Bonds.
Irs. Botwin. whose warm personality was reflected in her
animated "hello" as she greeted callers at the Israel Bond
office for the past nine years, has been on the Israel Bond
^taff since coming to Miami Beach in 1961 froh Dunellen.
N.J. The Israel Bonds office is located at 420 Lincoln
-d., Miami Beach.
HIAIEAH
TZPH.H iACOB (Temple) 951 E.
in Ave. Conaervative. Rabbi Na-
than Zolondefc. 16
NORTH MIAMI
B SfcJ H MSMr. CONGREGATION
HW Wu T% Hwy to'-c-vative.
Hahh: Joieph Corfinkel, Cantor Ben
7;on Kirachenbaum. 35
rWaj f p.m k'outo Sabbath Spa-
' ''"}',i:'h ?** B-rinitii win.
n .M.,.-.-.,...~s (f our bay"
MIAMI BEACH
A7or8RASL-780,c"'*,e^7
B^b(?Krtf 25?* S< 0r,h8d0,x8
Generally, thi> question is an- BorrhHJA.c2B^. *J waan.naton Ave.
swered by the claim thai the I u ^^SStlSSS^SSS&n
uer and the ensuing miracle .: BETH r..OL,.J*:,
deliverance on Chanukah was a ^,r,o1A;,:eAEcLon.(eTr:rt?:e,, r.1^
spiritual matter. Tin- tyrant was D*id Rab. Cantor Saul in
anxious to crush the Jewish spirit, beth sholom* < Tempi*). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
In the case of Purim, th.' Pci si m Kron,h- Cantor David conv.aer. 21
king wanted to destroy the Jews beth tfilam o Euclid Ave Or-
physically. Thus. Chanukah is eel.
ebrated by spiritual activity
(hymns, etc.) while Purim has the
special feature of physical activity
(feasting, etc.).
ZAMORA (Tempi.) 44 Zamor, taI
Conaervative. Rabbi Mi.w.u L?
er. Cantor Mordec., Virtaffl
SURFSIDt
Mo>-SANlj "iAVID CNGBEG*T10i|
9293 Harding Ave.. Surffc tJ
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi luac D.
FT. lAUDfROAU
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 547 E. 0
land Park Blvd. Rabbi Akivi HI
liant. Cantor Maurice Neu. ||
EMANU-EL. 3.-45 W OakUnd ha I
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur j. a>|
rama. Cantor Jerome Klemem ||
P0MPAN0 BEACH
SHOLOM (Ten pie). 132 SE 11th |
Conservative. Rabbi Morrn A. |||
Canto- E'neit Schreiber. I
MARGATE
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER.
NW 9th St.
HALLANDA1E
HALLANOALE JEWISH CENTOll
Rabbi Max J. Weitz. Canlor Ra.l
Jacob Danzlger. 126 N.E. lit Aa.
HOtlYWGOO
BETH EL (Temple). 1351 S. ltA*|
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jalfe. Kil.Liv > I," pm creative Srhirt
S.iiunl., \ Mitnth: Daiil I
Alan mill Mr. MiliKi & [
Joboba
BETH SHALOM (Temple). 1TH N-
rot St. Conervative. Rabbi Minw
Malavsky. Cantor Irving GoM. *
SINAI (Temple). 1201 johh ft
Conaervative. Rabbi Dvid MM
Cantor Yehuda Heilbraun.
MIRAMAR
> ISRAEL (Temple) 6920 SW *
Conservative.
thodox. Rabbi Joaeph" E. "Rackov-
iky. ,,
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA.
TION. 8*3 Meridian Avenue. 22-A
C"B*N HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rahbl Dow Roteocwaig. 23
EMANU-EL (Temple). 1701 Washing.
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
^ Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. 24
I'riihiy .-, |> m and >::'! p.m. Sermon:
I'hiinui.aii Bpeaka to the Jew-* Kuaaia." Baturda) 9 a m w.-.kiv
I'urti.in of Hi- Bible Bar Mlnvah:
Histadrut Receives Check From Seniors
, f3 !" k for the South Jaivt, Morris Millman. Benjamin
Ida Histadrul Medical Center Bloom, Saul Gersht, Israel Belsten
1{,,< was turned Max Schenkowitz and Isidor Bereki
ti Se Fcinsteln, president f organizer.
U Israel Ili^iadmt Council of!
Rose a rek,
V -" i l ol the Mian i K. ach Sen-
ior Friendship ('In ,
Medotv,
son ..I I)r anrl .Mi.- Aaron
Chanukah Celebration Set
The ore long a -launch
portei ol Lsrai I an : Histadrul
rojecti In the Jewish slate, has
b- n in th.- forefront of th,- cani-
|N n to build and equip the key
ler in the Kupaf Holim modi- shl .
network throaghoul Israel.
of the Club, in addition
ll Mrs Ben k, inclnd. Daa Dubin.
''.ry Brown and Sol Seller, vice
%r -iii nt-; Ida Tuppcr, Lottie Vo-
y and Rebecca Schneider, secre-
ii -.- Maurice Taitz. treasurer,
rd Pauttne Jaret tius'i.
^lollie Baretz. Leah Kalfman
e- 1 Dora Schat/ are sunshine
ommitt*,, memhers. Members of
Use executive boaiv include Ralph
has scheduled Its Chanukah cele-
bration Wednesday. The event, for
members of the orgardzatknta and
their wives, will be in the 1000
Building Auditorium (Forte Tow-
ers North 1 and will include a
show and refreshments, as well as
Installation of new
'ificers for the coming year,
C'i. I9T1 Jevrlan telegraphic Agei i |
Lighting Of 10-Foot
'Menorah Of Hope'
Highlights Evening
The community is invited to
participate in an unusual Chan-
ukah celebration which will take I
place Saturday at 8 p.m. according JACOB C Cohen community
tO-Mary UstOWBky, M.SW direc fVNACOGUE. 1532 Washington
I.ir ..f V.....I. -.- V ~ Awe- Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H.
(Ol ol \outh Activities at Temii Stern. Cantor Meyer Engel.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Gross j5
CN- AN-NELL roramn of He-
brew Academy). 7th St. and Merid.
^n Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham
Ben-Hillel. 25. a
Forte lowers Men's Social Club ''"' "f v"ll,h Activities at Tempi,
l.manu-Kl.
KNESETH ISRAEL, 1411 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rahbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif. 2r
MENORAH (1 ample). S20 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owita. Cantor Nlco Feldman. 28
Friday H: 1 ." |>.in. Salurdii\ : urn llar
Mitsvah: Inrln. son i.f .Mr. and .Mrs.
Gordon Plaque Dedicated
The Memorial Lighl for Jennie
Gordon and Mom (Ida) Haiti was
dedicated last Friday night at
Beth David Congregation, 2625
Tin- highUght .of the evening
..ill be the 'lighting of a 10-foot
'Menorah of Hope' built by the
-anil of Temple Kmanu-Kl'as a
symbol of unity and a tribute to ,
the heritage of the Jewish people. MaTrtn, BakS
"It to-.k'four rnonthsi of after- ner Tamil, tiampta). soth st. anc
SChOOl hours to complete this nidi- X"ifm Waterway. Conservative.
Rabbi Eugene Labovlta. Cantor Ed-
| ect. and it Ls truly their labor of ward Klein,
love;" .said Dr. Irvine Lehrman Friday h:i.-, p.m IMT. Sabbath
"' mnn: "Th- MaecabaeaThe Spirit of
29
S.I -
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CANDLELIGHTING TIME
29 KISLEV 5:13
9
Art Students Enter
Post's Brotherhood
Poster Competition
The fourth annual Bmrterjrf
Poster Contesl conducted W "^
man Bruce Brown >'"f ^A.
Jewish War Veterans of tbeug
dosed this week accardi
Commander, Leonard *lM'
Contestants in this Jr*ja
lest an- -! ..';i'Ajl
and Miami i I"' ^
PH... wui be;5*53|
ners at special school a*'
early In January. .
A Master. Trophy ^J
year by
' Jackson
our Tn : .... ----- ., un->niunai le-UVltles \ViI
SW Third Ave. 'Ihe memorial start at Temple Emanu-Fl 170
lifht was n :i,'i.. in lho fkDni -!.. ... r.iiumu-r.1, 1 rUI
light was placed in the Chapel in
memory of the six million Jewish
martyrs of the Second World
War.
spirit] leader of the eongraga: rt*uaiTW^be
tion. ____.
_ OHEV SHALOM. A)5J Bonita Or.
The professional festivities will1 Ortndox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
man. 30
nrnr-o.vl 8EPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 6*5
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahm.as. 31
Washington Ave., and
along Lincoln Road Mall to Alton i
Road, where the candleliprhtingi CONQREOation tz ohaim. 192.
ceremony will take) place. ^ Waabiagton Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
School) will be PjySl
Brotherhood Week ^^jg
to the school which submWM
best set Of posters. .
Chairman of the BJ^J
pwter Contesl *?*
Week Program is r^ n ^
belman of Miami wlB *
liam G. Samet.


,, December 17. 1971
fJenisti Meridian
Page 11-A
...
A CHANUKAH MESSAGE
On 1). half of my colleafiucs of tho Southeast Rocrion of the
Lbbinical Assembly, th- Conservative Rahbinato of those seven
ftps, I extend warmest wishes to tho entire Jewish community
a joyful and meaningful Chanukah holiday.
Chanukah is one of the most misunderstood festivals in the
\cM- of the Jewish year, as all emphasis is placed on the kindl-
of IhP physical lights for eighr days. However, the real mes-
H? of Chanukah. which means "The Dedication" is the spiritual,
it dramatizes the achievement of the "few over the many"
[hi) they are dedicated. Above all. the lights signify the spirit-
light of Judaism, which could not be extinguished for more
M two thousand years since the advent of the Maccabees,
this of these committed few.
In fact, all of history, in the final analysis, attests to the
ctory of the zealous few over the silent majority. Little David
Iho faced the gigantic Goliath; the single Jewish prophet. Elijah,
|lio confronted the multitude of pagan priests; the millions of
Uimilatlonists who were defeated by the few Zionists, are
tnong tho examples of the foregone obsenation.
Chanukah is one of the mast inspiring occasions in the his-
hr\ of the Jewish people which should motivate us through
Usscrtion and rededication of our own beliefs and values, so
hat with our children and with our families, the torch of Juda-
|ir. may grow brighter each day.
RABBI SOL LANDAU,
President, s.k.K.K.A.
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Final Meeting For 1971
George Gershwin Knights of
Pythias Lodge 196. will hold the
final meeting for 1971 Monday at
7:30 p.m. in the Surfside Commun-
ity Center. A new class of "neo-
phytes" will be inducted into the |
rank of "page," unr'er the leader-
chip of chancellor commander j
David Glass. ./..... '
Visiting Artists Series Slated By Miami-Dade Jr.
Miami-Dado J u n lor College's
Visiting Artists Series will present
four fields of art between January
and April 1972. The visiting art-
ists scheduled will include a pot-
ter and ceramic sculptor, at sculp-
tor in wood, an abstract artist,
and a new realist who works in
oils.
First in the series will l>e V -
Ham Wyman, who will api>ear n
Jan. 21 at Miami-Dade North an
on Jan. 2G at South Campus. M".
Wyman is a ceramictel who tea
es .it the School of the MllM
of Fine Arts in Boston, and T
his own pottery in East W
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A CALL TO ALL ZIONISTS
VOTE IN THE ELECTION TO THE WORLD ZIONIST CONGRESS
On January 1972, the 75th Anniver-
sary celebration of the World Zionist
Movement will begin with the meeting
of the 28th World Zionist Congress in
Jerusalem. A total of 650 delegates
nd observers from 44 countries will
attend, representing the Zionist Move-
ment and Jc wish communities through-
out the free world.
From the United States, there will
be 152 delegates.
725.000 registered Zionists in the
United States will receive their ballot
in the mail. BY YOUR VOTE, you
will participate in an historic event
the first election since 1946 and the
first election to reach into every Jew-
ish community and many campuses
throughout the country. BY YOUR
VOTE, you will help the Zionist move-
ment set an example of democracy for
all organized Jewish life on both a
national and community level. BY
YOUR VOTE, you will determine the
future program and leadership of the
WORLD AND AMERICAN ZION-
IST MOVEMENTS.
YOUR VOICE THROUGH YOUR VOTE MUST BE HEARD
AMERICAN ARBITRATION ASSOCIATION, ADMINISTRATOR
OFFICAL SECRET BALLOT
AMERICAN ZIONIST FEDERATION
ELECTION OF DELEGATES TO THE 28TH WORLD ZIONIST CONGRESS
Put on X in the box next to the slote of /our choice. You may vote for only one slate.
SLATE 5: UNITED NON-PARTY ZIONISTS
SLATE 1: ZIONIST ORGANIZATION OF AMERICA
-zoa rj
SLATE 2: LABOR ZIONIST MOVEMENT
Poale Zion Pioneer Women Farband
Friends of Labor Israel American Ha-
bonim Association Habonim Dror
Hadassoh Bnai ZionAmerican Jewish
League for Israel
SLATE 6: INDEPENDENT STUDENT ZIONISTS OF
AMERICA ____, I I
SLATE 3: NONE.
S/SK|I^
SLATE 4: RELIGIOUS ZIONIST MOVEMENT
Mizrachi Hapoel Hamizrachi Mizrachi
Women's Organization of America Ha-
poel Hamizrachi Women's Organization
B'nei Akiva Noar Mizrachi
INSTIUCTIONS: ).
1. Mork thii ballot for Iht ilall of your (hcicl on) pol it inside tht
SECRET BALLOT tnvelopo.
2. Tul tht SECKET IALL0T tnvtbpt into Iho poiloje-ftel return enve- 4.
lopo oddftucd to Iho Amtikon Arbitration Aitociation.
SLATE 7: UNITED SOCIALIST-ZIONIST SLATE
Americans for Progressive Israel Ha-
shonier Hatzair Zionist Socialist Youth
Movement Radical Zionist Alliance ( ]
You mutt sign your name and return orMrs; on the front of the
pottage-fret return envelope addreued lo Iht American Arbitration
Association.
YOU MAY VOTE ONLY 0NCF. If you send bock more Ihon one ballot II j
tmelopo, your volo will not be counted.
I
Your reply envelope must be postmarked no later Ihon Tuesday, December 28,1971.
If you spoil or lose your ballot or reply envelope, contact the American Arbitration Association,
Room 2300, 151 West 51 Street, New York, N.Y. 10019, phone (212) 532-6620.
THE WORLD ZIONIST ORGANIZE TION
Theodore Herzt, the founder of the
World Zionist Organization, convened
the First Zionist Congress in Basle,
Switzerland, in 1897. The Basle I'm-
gram was then adopted, with the goal
of "the establishment of a national
home for the Jewish people in Pales-
tine, secured by public law".
In 1968, the 27th Zionist Congress
adopted the Jerusalem Program, to
-which all Zionists adhere.
THE "JERUSALEM PROGRAM"
The aims of Zio'yhtn are;
The unity of the Jewish people and the
centrality of Israel in Jewish life;
The ingathering of the Jewish people
in its historic homeland Eretz Israel
through Aliyah from all countries;
The strengthening of the Slate of Is-
rael, which is based on the prophetic
vision of justice and peace;
The preservation of the identity of the
Jewish people through the fostering
of Jewish and Hebrew education and
of Jewish spiritual and cultural val-
ues;
The protection of Jewish rights every*
where.
THE AMERICAN ZIONIST FEDERA TION
The American Zionist Federation
which was established in 1970 by the
thirteen national Zionist organizations
end by the Zionist youth and student
movements as the "organization which
speaks and acts on behalf of the uni-
fied Zionist movement in the United
States" is responsible for conducting
the election of delegates from tho
United States. It has asked the Ameri-
can Arbitration Association, a pres-
tigious, non partisan organization to
administer these elections.
The 20 local Zionist Federation*,
organized to date with others soon to
be established in communities through-
out the United States, constitute a
broad-based membership framework
devoted to the implementation of tho
Zionist program on the grass-roots
level.
Individuals belong to the FEDER-
ATION through any one of its con-
stituent organizations or directly as
tncmbers-at-large.
For further information about these elections or about joining the American Zionist Movement,
please contact:
AMERICAN ZIONIST
FEDERATION
515 Park Avenue New York, N.Y. 10022
Tel. (212) 371-7750
Rabbi Israel Miller, National President and Chairman of the Election Committee


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Fliday. Dec*^
17,
Anniversary Of Leningrad
Show Trial Being Marked
The American Jewish Confer-
ence on Soviet Jewry has an-
nounced the -inauguration of a
nationwide campaign to mark the
first anniversary of the initial
Leningrad trial held Dec. 15. 1970.
The "show trial" ended in lengthy
labor camp sentences for seven
Jewish activists and death sen-
tences, later commuted, for two
others.
The first trial was followed by
a series of nine trials in different
cities, all aimed at the Jewish
dissidents in the Soviet Union
who have been increasingly per-
sistent in demanding the right to
live as Jews and the right to
leave, particularly to go to Israel.
As a result of these trials, more
than 30 Jews were put in prison
labor camps, with sentences rang-
ing from one to 10 years.
As the opening gun in its cam-
paign, the Conference mailed a
pedal information kit to Its en-
tire membership. The kit includes
a list of names and addresses of
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Jewish prisoners in the USSR; the
final pleas of the defendants at
the Leningrad trial; and a. list of
suggestions to Conference mem-
bers on how to help the cause of
the prisoners.
Among the suggestions are: to
write directly to the prisoners; set
aside special days, prayers and
sermons for them; urge special-in-
terest groups to make a particular
plea for their colleagues; request
the intervention of Amnesty In-
ternatonal, the American Red
Cross and the U.N. Commission
on Human Rights; urge American
officials in their dealings with the
USSR to register the humanitar-
ian concern of American citizens;
and have local newspapers and
radio and TV stations do a "one-
j year-later" story.
The suggestion list urges that
I special attention be given to the
case of Sylva Zalmanson. who was |
sentenced to 10 years in prison.
j Pregnant when arrested, she lost
: her baby in a labor camp. She has
been denied medical care for sev-
1 eral serious ailments and may not
! live long.
This information package is the
first step in a concerted, nation-
wide, buerfaith campaign on be-
half of the prisoners. Among the
major events w a s "Freedom
Light.'; for Soviet Jewry" at Madi-
Beth Raphael's New
Officers Take Oath
Temple Beth Raphael has com-
pleted final plans for its seventh
annual installation of officers in-
cluding those of the Sisterhood
and Men's Club, Sunday night, at
the Deauville Hotel.
A gala show featuring top-notch
professional entertainment will
headline the affair. William J.
Schusel. president of the Men's
Club announced. A kosher dinner
and dancing will provide addi-
tional enjoyment.
Miami Beach Mayor Chuck Hall
will be on hand to install the offic-
ers, including Sam Cohen, presi-
dent of the temple. Mack Xut-
kowitz and Sam Segal, vice presi-
dents: Julius Rath, financial sec-
retary; Sam Hussein, treasurer,
and Joseph J. Ginsberg, recording
secretary.
The Sisterhood slate be tag in-
stalled Includes Mrs. Hyman Ber-
(ter, president; Mrs. A. William
Gerstman, Mrs. Joseph J- Gins-
berg and Mrs. Sol Kricun. vice
presidents; Mrs. Sam Sherman,
treastfrer: Mrs. Joseph Rosen-
krantz. recording secretary; Mrs.
Rubin Porter, financial secretary,
and Miss Clara Horowitz, corre-
sponding secretary.
The Men's Club officers to be
inducted are: William J. Schusel.
president; Bernard Fox and Mor-
ris Eingold. vice presidents; Jo-
son Square Garden, on the eve of ; seph J. Ginsberg, recording secre-
the first anniversary of the initial
I^ningrad trial.
This massive gathering cospon-
! sored by the Gr.ea.ter New York
: Conference on Soviet Jewry and '
tary; Alfred Kaplan, financial sec-
retary, and Tom Horowitz, corre-
sponding secretary.
An outstanding group will aLso
ish prisoners, especially that of
Sylva Zalmanson.
the Center for Russian Jewry, was '*' '"s,all<'d as directors, including
focused on the plight of the Jew- Louis Druckr, David Woloshin.
David Schwanenfcl.i. Hyman, .1
Berfeer. Louis Aaronson. William
The American Jeivfch/ Confer- J- Scnuse'- ;Morris EinRold. Bem-
ence on Soviet Jewry represents ard Fox. Dr. Isaac Untermao^ Jo-
a mobilization of nearly 40 major septa Rosenkrantz, Bertha David-
national Jewish organisations as
well as hundreds of local commu-
nity groups acting on behalf of
Soviet Jews. Since 1948. the Jews
in Soviet Russia have been denied
religious and cultural freedom and
deprived of their human rights,
particularly the right to emigrate
to Israel.
son and Julius Surek.
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group of prominent and outstand-
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,, December 17, 1971
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Jge Jerry Zeltzer, new municipal judge for the City of
Sami Beach, takes the oath of office before City Clerk
tth Rouleau, in the Miami Beach City Council Chambers.
doIs organized and paid for
Chinese community.
|J,I. THIS is interesting for
ri BSOIIS. First, it suggests
vastly more complex the
wl problem is than most peo-
suppose. Second, it offers
persons who like political
ting a very good long shot.
fere the point is that the
|iat.> Republican whip, Sen.
ert Griffin of Michigan, and
House Republican leader,
a, Gerald Ford, long ago
nt t Atty. Gen. John Mitch-
Ito plead for "positive Admin-
ration action." Positive ac-
in this case can be defined
the appearance of" the Jus-
f> artment as an active
end of the court, on the Side
. who'.bas entered;-a
table anti-busing suit. .
SINCE THE Griffin-Fprd ap-'.
jiach to Mitchell', President
ton himself has encouraged'.
r\. Griffin to- "Reep- hamnier-
away"-" on busing.' It is
f-tty cVnr. "hi' fact. that the
fesidi i.i means to mike forced
lool busing one of the major
[> I he 1972 campaign-.
For the moment, to be sure.
President and his attorney
i'ial have to play the role of
of i hose alligators who look
logs in the water until they
Bure of a good moal of nour-
(linj,' red meat. In other words,
ey have to wait until Lewis
I Powell and William H. Rchn-
Jist are confirmed by the Sen-
as justices of the Supreme
iurt.
|YET SEX. Griffin has already
entioned the anti-busing suit
ousht by the Chinese in San
ancisco as the ideal oppor-
ty for the Justice Depart-
lent to intervene as "amicus
briae.'' The reasons are obvi-
ps. The Chinese-Americans used
be a rigidly excluded minor-
y. And no one can deny their
kin color is not Caucasian.
| The political stakes, if one is
rd-minded about it, are really
try hard to exaggerate. Presi-
pnt Nixon's "Southern strat-
p\" for instance, will be all
Ut impossible to stop if he
fwnes out four-square against
"sing. Gov. George Wallace
fill have no real answer. Even
forthern states like Michigan
ill also be deeply affected.
NE MIST add that this is a
ic business. The guilt-ridden
"can liberals have ap-
oached this problem without
e briefest look at the hard
*ts; with a great burden of
ntimental preconceptions and
Knout even asking the blacks
Harlem, for instance, whether
ey really want busing. (They
not, as the record shows.)
So the sloganeers among the
wrals have opened an exposed'
ink m hyre Nixon, the attacker,
PI briskly attack.
Tylek Appointed
Advertising And
Publicity Director
The appointment of Mathew T.
Tylek as director of Advertising
and Publicity has been announced
by Cecil MeGlohan, Southeastern
District Manager of ABC Florida
State Theatres, a subsidiary of
ABC Television.
Mr. Tylek, a resident of Dade
County since 1949. has been with
ABC Florida State Theatres for
the past 18 years as Advertising
Art Director. He succeeds Harry
Margolesky, director of Advertis-
ing and publicity for the past six
years.
Mr. Margolesky, who has be-
come City Manager for ABC Flor-
ida State Theatres, will handle
advertising, promotion and public-
ity in Broward County.. His head-
-quarterS will "be-In- the Florida
Twin -Theatres, Hollywood.
Local Attorney Is
Appointed Judge
Miami Beach Attorney J Jerry
Zeltzer, who was appointed Mu-
nicipal Judge of the City of Mi-
ami Beach recently, has a Bache-
lor's Degree from Wayne State
University in Detroit, Mich., and
received his law degree from the
University of Miami Law School.
trfQifl !>.. .on i ittitlJ) >nij
Judge Zeltzer has practiced law
in Miami Beach for the past 14
years, and is a member of the Mi-
ami Beach Bar Association, Dade
County Bar and the Florida Bar.
He was admitted to practice law
before the Supreme Court in
Washington, D.C.
Judge Zeltzer is active in many
civic and fraternal organizations.
He is a past governor of the Mi-
ami Beach Moose Lodge, a mem-
ber of the Charter Review Board
of the City of Miami Beach, Mi-
ami Beach Elks Lodge 1601. Heb-
rew Academy, and Temple Beth
Sholom.
Judge Zeltzer and bis wife. He-
len", are the parents of three
children.
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nationwide TV with no local black-
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Some tickets can still be bought
for the Junior Orange Bowl Parade
scheduled for Wednesday, Dec. 29,
at 1:30 p.m. in downtown Coral
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ISRAEL NEWSLETTER
By Carl Alpert
Stories From Israel You May Never Have R,
Comk or THE most Interesting news and events
in Israel never get into the headlines. For
exaranlfjy
I'aiKiticisni. Bystanders were
I shocked to see several Bnal Brak
Hassidim, replete with fur hats
and long black gowns, entering an
j automobile on the Sabbath and
Ing away. They were on a life*
leaving mission, to give blood of a
rare type for a 13-year-oM girl in
tbi' hospital.
What to See In Israel. The Tcl-
Aviv Municipality, to help heighten tourists' enjoy-
ment of Israel and the big city, has announced a
si ies of evenln rams, Including: films on
the life of the primitive tribes in Australia anil New
Guim a.
Camouflage. The telephone number of the
YWCA in East Jerusalem will no) easil) be found
bj anyone looking in the Hebrew phone book unless
he looks under: YMCA for Girls.
Process of Integration. What So new immi-
grant.- to Israel complain about? in the first year,
about the Jewish Agency which handles their immi-
gration; the second year, about the government;
third year, about taxes, and the fourth year
about new filimTgrants.
Impact of Strike*. On the very day when the
employees of the Israel Meteorological Services pro-
claimed a labor dispute and beginning of a strike, a
prolonged drought was suddenly and unexpectedly
broken with heavy showers.
Strikes and the Itilile. During the week when
synagogues in Israel were reading the Torah por-
tion of tin week. B'ha-alotelia et hunerot." the
eighth chapter of the Book of Numbers, which be-
gins: "When thou lightest the lamps .." em-
ployees of the Israel Electric Corporation went out
on strike, and Israelis by the thousands turned to
oil lamps and candles.
t'niversity Student Lite. When a student at on !
oi Israel's universities was summoned to the plat-
four, at public exercises to receive a prize for high
Ies in his term paper, several of his buddies es-
corted him to the stage, claiming that they had a
shaic in his achievement. And another student told
such a sad sob story v.lun filling In his application
for a scholarship, that the dean
i"s?-*J
a bundle of old clothes and a food p2L*
We're Proud of our Citj Th HS
Arab section of Haifa Complained thMtT *
pality had built no playgrounds i hls m, J."H
Was this discrimination? i reply h ?*****{
invited the eomplaintanl to come*wuh u "H
tour of the city and all .1, j,,Z"!'1
hoods where there were no ptaygrSJ 2*3
will take all Cay. the may,,, added proudly *1
A Matter of Confide.,,,-. Israel's Minis. J
Tourism told an audience in Venezuela \Z?ZA
that Israel expected half a million touriststUi
Newspaper report the next day quoted him ,
dieting a million tourists, and when the m
hastened to correct the editor pacified hirr/J
Kol. at the dynamic pace with which Israel m*.
you will reach the million. Have faith!
Housing Shortage, a young couple in .'
search for suitable living quarters in jen^;-
found irritating the news item that the local zo,
ha I produced a pair oi orai : a S]lwjj,
home would be built for tnem in ilie zoos monker i
quarters at a cost of IL 80,000.
THE AMERICAN SCENE
By: BEN GALL0B
JEWS IN SPORTS
By Haskell (J
Judaica Courses Bring Changes
ulASSIVK CHANGES IN THE level f intellectu-
ality of the American Jewish community, in the
status of the American rabbi and in the types of
American Jewish leadership are foreseen as de-
veloping from the impact on the hundreds of Jew-
ish collegians of studying formal courses on Juda-
ism on a growing scale in universities, rather than
in Jewish schools. '
The forecast was made by Dr. Jacob Neusner,
professor of Jewish studies at Brown University,
who noted that every field of Judaic learning may
be found in some university." He added that ''while
the professors remain primarily of Jewish origin,
they teach students of eery ethnic and religious
background." He presented his views on the tre-
mendous growth In recent years in the number or
such courses under university auspices and the pos-
sible impacts of thai development in a recent issue
of the Journal of the Central Conference of Amer-
ican Rabbis, the Reform rabbinical organization
He reported such courses were being offered, on
an ever-growing scale, in the Hebrew language,
Hebrew scriptures. Talmud, Yiddish, post-biblical
Jewish history, literature, theology and the life of
the Jewish people m modern and contemixnary
civilization.
One result of the university approach to the
study of Judaism, he reported, was the develop-
ment of 'a new kind of young Jewish intellectual,
one who treats Judaics in the same respect but
critical way as American history or English litera-
ture or any other aspect of the humanities." Tin.
student "demands the same high standards of
knowledge, the same detached and sophisticated
appoach to ideas. Jle is less sentimental, less slov-
enly in his approach to Jewish thought and history."
Above all. Dr. Neusner asserted, he "is less likely
to be intimidated by the authority, tin- superior
knowledge of others, whether rabbis, teachers or
college professors."
As more and more such students take their
places in the adult community, "a much higher
level of intellectuality than characterizes the pres-
ent generation" of the American Jewish community
is likely. Me pivdie.ed that the intelligent quotient
of American Jewish life was likely to rise consider-
ably." That development, in turn, he said, "will
pose problems for rabbis who a>v used to being the
only Jews in town who rend Jewish books and
think Jewish thoughts." The rabbis correctly "take
lor granted that their authority rests u;>on their
knowledge" but in the future, "their commitment
to learning is going to have to represent a more
central part of their professional lives than at pres-
ent," he asserted. "An intellectual approach to
Judaism is not characteristic of the pulpit rabbinate
as a whole. That is going to change. Dr. Neusner
predicted.
(Copyright l: 71. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, in. .
Book Review By SEYMOUR B. UEBMAN
University Press Publications
.
ik j
^ OEM <)K LI < IDITY. brevity and scholarship is
Dr. John A. Harrison's The Founding of the
Russian Empire (University of Miami Press. ST.H'n.
The concise account is confined to
the establishment of th,. Russian
Empire in Asia and America.
In terse but BCholarl) lang lage,
"^f :M 'he author presents sketches
people and 'he land. Until the 9lh
Century, the present Slav states of
I'n!'- and C'/ech.s hadn't formed
and the main state of the Rus-
sians was only a loose federation
of trading communities. The expansion over tin-
Urals and the Carpathians didn't begin until a half
millenia later. This eastward movement was slow
but inexorable and Harrison employs maps to
trace the course.
While these i| a brief account of the meetings
between the Russians and Chinese in the early 18th
Century and the Treaty of Kiakhta, there is no
mention of the fears of the Spanish, and later the
Americans, after the Russians began a southward
movement from the Aleutian Islands. It is the
author's prerogative to stop his account where he
will, but we hope that he will add a lew more DS
to subsequent rd!tion- which th book '
Crusader Figiirul Sculptures in the llol\ Land
by Moshs Barash i Rutgers University Press. $15]
is an exquisitely beautiful contribution to the big.
tory of .ut. The author is associate pro* ssor oi art
historj at the Hebrew University.
Many figure] sculptures ranging from be
touts to do.,, frames and capitals ware exca-
vated within the past tew decades in Acre an I Naza-
reth The volume casts new light on frdsader art
as well as the history of religion.
West German Reparations to Israel by Nicholas
Balabkins (Rutgers University Press, fl&fOJ is a
nanative of contemporary social and economic his-
tory. The first six chapters give a background par-
si* dive to Germany's road into industrial genocide,
the sori.,1 order of the Third Reich and a SUTVO) of
the forces that conceived, finance.! and carried out
th. actual genocide of European Jewry. This is fol-
lowed by the economic problems of Germany and
brae] and the moral problems confronting Israel
and Jewry to claim or not to claim?
The rest of the book discusses the Luxemburg
Treaty of 1952 and subsequent developments for
both nations Bsdgbjctnj v\ ,mi. the economic faculty
at Lehlgh Uim.n;sry iand,;h>. took is a writable
tour de force.
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A Tough Game
JIIORTLV AFTER THE Six-Day War. trial
State of Israel was still trying i retain a i j
tige of rapi>ort with the U.S.S.R., tlv Amerxa
Amateur Athletic Union appealed to Milton Ks
sher, Catskill Mountain hotel owner, to assemblei]
basketball team and play the invading Russia
basketeers on his court, Kutsher reluctantly coal
plied.
At that time, this writer had just return!j
from Israel, and during his visit there learned fnal
Israeli basketball heads that the Russians m]
coached by Leon Gomel the visit to Israel by the Russian hOOpttm tw|
years before the war. ('each Gomelsky had mm
Clandestinely with the Israelis. Under constant sum
yoUljince, by Olf commissar who accompanies all
Soviet athletic units on sports junkets, Gomelskj]
managed to confer with Israeli sports writers 1ie j
riding up and down in his hotel elevators, 0a
surface Gomelsky only spoke and understood R |
sian. Actually, be is fluent in Yiddish and had w j
tumble exchanging news and background onfcj
folks in his home city of Leningrad.
The Russian hoopsters knocked off every As*
iean opiwnent on its U.S. Invasion that spring asi j
arrived at Kutshers undefeated for its final garoeli i
the states. The team, a giant group, Ir.tstled ofl
their bus and mobbed the check-in desk at the
son. The young lady in charge had mepsgedsl!
I hurried over to the lobby and watched the ro*4l
antics of players for a moment, iinally shoutingl*
silence.
"Don't these guys have any manners at all'
I asked of no one in particular.
"Don't pay any attention to them a dait
haired, ban some man volunteered, "they're nothing |
but a hunch of animals
It developed that the English speakingsMSfj
accompanying the team was 8 referee IromFW j
assigned to travel with th America
tour. Subsequently we became very good f
and he turned out to be an exo llenl refereeasu
swell guy. He had been assi 1'1'1 """*
fore to Russian basketball tours and knew W
personnel well. My Interest, ol e irse was
ing the Soviet each, a tiny man, wit
m a rather forlorn fashion In the rear of thee
watching his players' boorish antics
At dinner, I Introduced myself to>***
the doctor., commissar. Int< I j w* tito
The interpreter and commissar did a d0"V[W
when they beard my name was COhen, the -^
smiled ai the coach gave me a quick he8"> td
shake. 1 invited the group to be my -'"-''
night club that evening. jj,
The next day at practice on the Ku"'^
door court, the coach grabbed a ball am
, ..( th,' ha?*11
shooting long set shots at one 0
Immediately walked over to sei
Yiddish II *
triever.
^r to serv* as his rem^
figuring we could converse in Yiddish ^ ^
be, however. The commissar, s,":s'"i:.n. and en-
coach and I were too friendly, moved we ^ ^
gaged me In conversation as I returm
to Gomelsky after each missed shot. ^
The Russians won the game ana of ^
pick-up team, which Included Ed alas ^
N.Y. Knicks. John Warren of the ( ^
lies, and Connon of the Memphis 1 ros. s
the toughest game of their ten-gam.' tou


L December 17, 1971
+Jewist ftcridiari
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[eart Fund Drive Sparked
iy Prominent Residents
,-ni prominent South Florida
lts will spark the February
Fund drive, which rulmi-
[,, "Heart Sunday," Feb. 27.
I a door-to-door canvass by
110,000 volunteers, according
David A. Nathan, president
Heart Association of Groat-
1,'imi.
| Nathan, a Miami Beach car-
rot who is well known for
bneer work in the devcloi>-
,,i heart Pacemakers, an-
il that Miami Dolphins gen-
nanager Joe Robbie will be
as the campaign's general
nan. Honorary Heart Fund
nan will be Kddie Arcaro of
fame, who himself under-
[open heart surgery recently,
l-inanufa.-Hirer Richard Ber-
v-ill head the Special Events
on of the campaign, and
Russell, president and
chairman of Russell Alunii-
porp., will head the Business
km.
Heart Fund drive leaders also
include Mrs. Robert Z. Greene,
Mrs. William R. Krafft, Mrs. Leo
G. Edwards, Heart Bali chairmen;
Manolo Reyes, honorary Heart
Sunday chairman: David Lynne,
Dr. Louis Lytton and Glenn Wil-
son, Restaurant Night chairmen;
Ben Katz, High Rise Solicitation
chairman, and Mrs. Chester Letter
and Mrs. Matthew H. Bradley.
Miami Beach Letter Drive chair-
men.
Mr. Robbie has announced a
Dade and Monroe County goal of
$500,000- a nearly 100'; increase
over the amount collected last
year. The additional funds will be
used to provide a new Heart As-
sociation community "Heart At-
tack and Stroke Prevention" pro-
gram, which involves a 15-minute
series of tests to determine if a
person has "risk factors" which
make him prone to heart attack
or stroke, enabling them to begin
preventative medical treatment.
By About 4%
Seniors Are
rtitiitionalizetl
r; ol" the nation's steadily
Hng population of senior cili-
|;ur institutionalized, the ki :-
president of the Hebrew
for the Aged of Miami Beach
| this week.
ill -. Siegel, an authority on
I for the aged, said more than
|of tho in- men and women past 80;
!0 million persons aged 65 or
are not creating as many
klonis as s-upposeo., he declared.
vast majority. Mr. Siegel
continue to carry on crea-
and productive lives, with
foremost desires including
ction, companionship and new
langes, He also said that "we
Bid not condemn all adult chil-
,i^ neglectful of their elderly
nts."
Bonard ZilheVt is president of
Miami Beach Hebrew Home
Aged; Mr. and Mrs. A. C.
an- chairmen of a committee
enefactors,
i
SIDNEY SIE Home For Philharmonic
notice has been posted on the
:li r Street entrance of the
mpia Theater which reads:
ily closed, but to be re-
ncd in tin' future. This out-
I andmark theater is pres-
lly in ing redecorated, and when
'd will become the perma-
lit home of the Greater Miami
| inic Orchestra and other
iltural events. We
will be proud of it an '
i." The notice i> signed
laurice Gusman.
Miami Beach Lodge Names
Marin 'Elk of the Month'
Max Marin has been chosen as
"Flk of the Month." by the Mi-
ami Beach Klks Lodge. No. 1601,
according to Ted Cohen, exalted
ruler.
Mr. Marin, chairman of the Mi-
ami Beach Elks Lodge Bkxxl
Bank committee and of Florida's
R'nai B'rith blood bank, is chair-
man of the social service advisory
board of Miami Beach. He is a
past president of B'nai B'rith's
Hatikvah Lodge: president of the
George Gershwin Benevolent
Assn.; last PD Grand Chancellor
ol Knights ol Pythias; and is a
Trustee of the Southern B'nal
B'rith Council and a director ol"
Temple Beth Raphael.
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Jewisll FloridiaX* Planeload-A-Day Expected
fiarni, Florida Friday, December 17, 1971
Section B
From Russia This Week
IMMIIi.l I
\ sin, ,!. '
\allots Being Mailed To I Gurney Backs
25,000 Enrolled Zionists Bid For Jets
NEW YORK (JTA>Ballots
being mailed this week by
American Arbitration Asso-
Itioil to the 725,000 enrolled
lonists who will choose the
rjority <>i the 152 Americans
he will be voting delegates at
28th World Zionist Congress
Jerusalem next month.
bi Israel Miller, president
the American Zionist Fcdera-
:>n announced that the postal
lloting is proceeding in ac-
Jrdance with the decision of
Congress tribunal in Jerusa-
i, which ruled that a mail
illeii is valid. The voting meth-
had been challenged by two
iganizationa within the AZF
he United Zionist Revisionists
America and the Zionist Or-
ani/ation of America.
Siv slate* are listed on the
tall imUot, which will elect 83
the delegates according to
h>' plan. The other 69 delegates
18% of the American total
have been allocated to the var-
ious Zionist groupings according
to their niemhersliip strength.
In all there will bo 525 official
voting delegates from 44 coun-
tries at the World Zionist Con-
gress. In addition, about 125 of-
ficial observers, members of the
World Zionist Actions Commit-
tee and others who have official
status as non-voting delegates
will be present.
For votes to be valid in the
American election, ballots must
be returned to the American
Arbitration Association the
non-partisan group conducting
the election postmarked be-
fore midnight Tuesday, Dec. 28.
Persons belonging to more than
one Zionist organization may re-
ceive more than one ballot, but
only one vote may be cast. If
more than is received from the
same person, neither will count.
Sen. Ed Gurney recently deliv-
ered a statement on the floor of
the Senate in which he strongly
urged his fellow Senators to sup-
port making jets available to Is-
rael.
"Israel has no desire to fight a
war. But should war come. Israel
is not asking for us to fight in it.
Israel is merely asking for equip-
ment which will allow them to
remain free and keep the peace.
We must not only tell them yes,
but we must tell them now," Sen.
Gurney said.
The Florida Republican worked
closely with Sen. Henry M. Jack-
son, Democrat from Washington,
in a successful campaign to main-
tain the Jackson amendment in
the Senate-nouse conference on
the Foreign Aid Bill.
24th ANNUAL ACADEMY SCHOLARSHIP DINNER

V
Samuel N. Friedland, left, and Dr. Irving Lehrman, right,
present Sen. Henry M. Jackson with the 1971 Academy
Award at the 24th annual scholarship dinner of the Greater
Miami Hebrew Academy. More than 1,200 persons attended
the banquet at the Deauville Hotel which honored Louis
Merwitzer and Sen. Jackson.
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Merwitzer and Sen. Henry M. Jackson are dinner chairman
MendeU M. Selig; (left) Rabbi S. Gross, principal, Sen.
Jackson.
TEL AVIV (JTA) Another
planeload of Jewish immigrants
from Russia arrived here Sun-
day morning as Absorption
Ministry officials sought to
forestall objections on the part
of some of the newcomers and
their relatives over their hous-
ing allotments.
Leaflets were distributed to
hundreds of relatives waiting
at the airjiort gates urging them
not to give the new arrivals
"ill advice" as to where to live.
The leaflets, signed by Hillel
As'.ikenazi, director general of
the Absorption Ministry, ap-
pealed to ihe relatives to con-
sider the "honor of the Imml-
nts and the country."
Relatives greeting their fami-
lies on landing have frequently
counseled them to refuse to ac-
cept housing in certain areas
considered undesirable. This has
usually led to sit-downs at the
airport by one or more families
who refuse to be sent to the
towns they are assigned to.
Most of the sit-downs have
been staged by families arriving
from the Soviet Georgian Re-
public who insist on being set-
tled in close proximity to other
Jews from the same region.
The immigrants landing Sun-
day came from Georgia, Odes-
sa, Vilna, Riga and Vinogradov.
Absorption Ministry officials
said a plane-a-day was expect-
ed this week with a record num-
ber of arrivals from the USSR.
If the rate of influx continues,
more than twice as many Jew-
ish emigres will have arri.ed
in Israel this month as in all
of 1970. Up to now the rate has
been two planeloads a week,
each plane carrying more than
100 passengers.
The Georgian Jewish commu-
nity in Ashkelon last week
agreed to accept the keys to a
temporary synagogue provided
them by the Absorption Minis-
try until a permanent one can
be built. They had earlier re-
fused to accept the temix>rary
premises after being told by re-
ligious zealots that if they did
no permanent house of worship
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Friday. December 17
I
Sydney Levison Chairman
Of 'Wall Of Life' Campaign
The appointment of Sydney Levi-.-by new medical center facilities
son, prominent Detroit business- currently under construcii| It
man and philanthropist who now' will bear the names of all who
contributed $5,000 or more to the
SYDNEY LEVISON
m.nkes his home in Hollywood, as
chairman of the Mount Sinai Med-
ical Center's "Wall of Life'' cam-
paign has been announced by Jul-
ius Darsky. chairman of the insti-
tition's development fund. "His ac-
ci ptanee virtually guarantees the
success of this effort," Mr. Dar-
sky said.
Tlie "Wall of Life" will be a
concave sculpture more than one
story high and permanently illumi-
nated, which will serve as focal
point of a plaza to be surroundeA
I unc
Proceeds for the campaign will
go towards continuation of the $.'50
million expansion program, which
includes the eight-story Maribcl
Blum Building, increased emerg-
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Another component the Fred
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Center already la open on the
eastern edge of Mount Sinai's 54-
acre Miami Beach site.
Mr. Levison, a trustee and found-
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views his assignment as "Wall of
Life" chairman as an honor. "This
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work." lie predicted, "one which
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neighbors, and all those in the
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on the "Wall of Life," he declared.
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*J&*istFk)r(ikM
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>en. Jackson Pledges To Continue
His Fight For Israel's Security
Senator Hcnr>- M. Jackson of
Ellington pledged to continue
fight for Israel's security as
lore then 1.200 persons honored
and Louis Merwitzer of Mi-
, Beach at the 24th annual
holarshtp dinner of the Greater
jiami Hebrew Academy at the
Eauville Hotel this week.
Samuel N. Frieilland, national
kwisli leader, presented the Dem-
fcriiiii' presidential candidate
Hih the 1971 Academy Award.
|th Dr. Irving Lehrman, pregl-
[.,;. of the Synagogue Council of
Inerica, reading the inscription
Hip specially-deaigned citation.
|Rabbi Alexander S. Gross pre-
nted Mi Merwitzer with silver
east plates and crowns for the
lifer Torah which the former
jbrew Academy president con-
Ibuted to the day school in cele-
Btlon ( 1 his 23rd anniversary.
ITlic I'"-' ember Hebrew Acad-
n\ chi:: presented a musical
lute lo Mr. Merwitzer. and was
linn la.ided by Sen. Jackson
n> credited Jewish education "as
h>- key] 1o the survival and de-
ployment of the Jewish |>cople
| ;hc)ut the world."
I The Washington Democrat, the
lithiir of the amendment to pro-
vide Israel with $500 million in
new credits to buy more Phantom
jets, said "the United States now
knows that the dispute in the
Middle Kast is more than just an
argument between Israel and the
Arabs. The Soviet Union is con-
tinuing its centuries-old dream of
control of the Mediterranean, and
the USSR needs the reopening of
the Suez Canal more than Egypt
does."
Irving Firtel. president of the
South's largest Hebrew day
school, said the new junior and
senior high school building now
under construction would be com-
pleted this spring. He praised din-
ner chairman Mendell M. Selig
I and his committee for their ef-
' forts in making the banquet a
success.
Beach Social Guild Donates Equipment
The Miami Beach Social Guild
has endowed an electrocardio-
graph in the South Florida Medi-
cal Center in Keersheba. Israel,
sponsored by the Israel Histadrut
Council here.
Mrs. Mina Grutman, president
ol the Beach Social Guild, turned
over a check to Kdward Tumaroff,
executive director of Histadrut in
Florida, and pledged that the or-
ganization will contribute another
piece of equipment in 1972.
The South Florida Medical Cen-
ter in Beersheba was dedicated in
July at ceremonies presided over
by Dade County Mayor Steve
Clark and by Dr. Leon Kronish.
The center, part of the Kupat
Holim network of hospitals and
medical facilities operated by His-
tadrut in Israel, includes clinics
named in honor of Kabtii and Mrs.
Kronish and Mayor Clark.
Officers of the Miami Beach
Social Guild, in addition to Mrs.
Grutman, include Jerome Yesner,
organizer; Sarah Greenberg, vice
president; Leon Ornstein, vice
president; Morris Millman, trea-
surer; Mollie Weinstcin. financial
secretary; Anna Borenson. re-
cording secretary; Dorothy Char-
1 dick. corrcsi>onding secretary; and
George Grutman. sergeant-at-
arms.
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Dear Ed:
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and also related to you how the allocation I had obtained
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you did on October 10, 1971, at which time you announced
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vJewisti rhridRam
liJfSli^mberl?,
Debutantes To Be Presented
At Annual Ambassador's Ball
Susianne Brodie
Linda Joy Roob
Julie Ann Greenberg
Wendee Carol Besner
Jacalyn Man Adltr
A
lois Aden lasfcy
/no Ce/e Millott
Suzanne Gloria Caridi
Laura Beffc Oowsm
Eleven debutantes will be pre-
sented at the Ambassador's Ball,
Sunday, Dec. 26, in the Grand
Ballroom of the Fontainebleau
Hotel.
The ball, held annually under
the patronage of the ambassador
of Israel to the United States.
Yitzhak Rabin, culminates the Is-
rael Bond drive. It is also the
occasion where the Eleanor Roose-
velt-Israel Humanities Award is
conferred upon an outstanding cit-
izen for service to the State of
Israel. This year's award will be
presented to Mayor Chuck Hall
of Miami Beach.
The young girls to be presented !
to Ambassador Rahin in a cere-
mony to be conducted by Mrs. I
Anna Brenner Meyers, grand host-
ess .f the ball, are:
JACALYN NAN ADLER j
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard i
Adler, K.,0 S\V 29th Rd.. Miami.
Ja< ah. n la a student al the l! (brew
lemy Gals High School and,
plan- to attend Stern College in
New York. She is a member <>f
tin National Conference of Sj
e Youth ami United Syna-
Youth. Her hobbies
Swimming and reading,
., SUSAN ANITA BAU daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Bau. !
and granddaughter of Mrs. Rose
X.immund. 4320 Jefferson Ave.,
Miami Beach. Susan is a senior at
Lincolnwoorl High School in Chi-
C8 (0 and plans to attend Stephens
College. Her hobbies are ice skat-
ing and dress designing. (Not
pictured)
WKNDEE CAROL BESNER
daughter of Mrs. Bobbee Besner,
900 Bay Dr., Miami Beach, and
M.B. Besner of Quebec, Canada.
A student at Mt. Ida Junior Col-
lege, Newton Mass., Wendy is in-
terested in a career in teaching
and helping underprivileged chil-
dren. She is a recipient of the
President's Physical Fitness
Award.
SUSZANNE BRODIEdaughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Zebulon J. Brodie,
72 So. Hibiscus Dr., Miami Beach.
Suszanne is a student at Miami
Beach Senior High School, where
she is a member of the Thespian
Troupe. She hopes to make a ca-
reer in law, and plans to attend
the University of Miami or the
University of Florida.
SUZANNE GLORIA CARIDI
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Caridi, 4410 Prairie Ave., Miami
Beach. Suzanne is a student at
Miami Beach Senior High School
where she is a member of Modern
Music Masters, Civinettes Service
Club, the French Club and the A
Cappella Choir. She plans to ma-
jor in music at the University of
Miami or Florida State University.
LAURA BETH DAWSON
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lenny
Dawson, 17420 NE 7th Ct., North
Miami Beach. Laura Beth is a stu-
dent at North Miami Beach High
School. Her hobbies are musia
and music composition, hiking and
nature studies. She plans to attend
M<*Gill University to studi' nursing.
SHFLLY ARDIS FELLMAN -
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morton
R. Fellman, 12835 SW 75th Ave.,
Miami. Shelly is a student at Mi-
ami Palmetto High School when
she is a member of the Drama
Club, the Student Art Group and
Junior Achievement. She is a mem-
ber of Women's Teohnion and
United Synagogue Youth. Her
hobbies include ceramics, modern
dance and stamp collectin<*. Sho
plans to study ami work in the
tiold oi social and economic prob-

.it'I.IK ANN GREENBERG
laughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Ronald
I. Greenberg of Silver Spring, Md.
and granddaughter of Mr. aid Mrs.
Nathan Greenberg, 1849 South
Ocean Dr.. Hallandale. Julie Ann
is a student at the University of
Maryland. Her hobbies include
swimming, tennis, cooking and
modeling.
LOIS ALLEN LASKY daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lasky,
4815 North Bay Rd., Miami Beach.
Lois is a student at Miami Beach
Senior High School where she is
a member of the Thespians, the
A Capella Choir and the Anchor
Service Club. Her hobbies are
horseback riding, water skiing and
making good friendships. She plans
to attend the University of North
Carolina.
INA CELE MILLOFF daugh-
ter of Dr. and Mrs. Bernard Mill-
off, 1006 No. South Lake Dr..
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LINDA JOY RAAB daughter
of Rabbi Dr. and Mrs. David Raab.
1500 Bay Rd.. Miami Beach. Linda
is a student at Miami Beach Sen-
ior High School. Her hobbies in-
clude dancing, coin collecting,
swimming and horseback riding.
She plans to major in social work
at the University of Miami.
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and You Ought to Know"
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PRIME MINISTER OF ISRAE
First National Secretary of
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Friday, December 17, 1971
* Anisii Fk>rid/an
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Coordinators Appointed Society For Young Performers Plans Scholarship Event
For Scholarship Banquet
Mrs. Barry Eisenbere and Mrs.
)aniel Retter of Miami Beach have
turn Bppointwt-coerrlhiJHonrof (he
fifth annual Oholei Torah scholar-
ship banquet, to be held at the
Sheraton Four Ambassadors Ho-
ld. Jan. 23. Aaron Katz, M.D.,
fchairman of the arrangements
Committee, has announced.
Mrs. Eiscnberg and Mrs. Retter
vil! be responsible for the seating,
bora! arrangements and the en-
iTt.iinment program. A commit-
tee to assist them is in formation
fend now includes Mrs. Mel Feit, j
Mrs, Martin Genet. Mrs. Eli Her-|
jchmann, Mrs. Aaron Katz, Mrs.
David Lipshultz and Mrs. Morton
Mnyberg.
Some 2S prominent community
jaders have accepted appointment
hosts for the banquet. Each host
c> pie will make up tables which
mil! bear their name.
When a host makes up more
lhan one table, they will be placed
1 ther and each will bear the
- name. The host of move than
c: i table is called a "host master."
lath host couple will receive a
Scroll with their name inscribed.
I by their table guests.
Host masters include Mr. and
Mrs. Philip Brafman, Dr. and Mrs.
lias Herschmann, Rabbi and Mrs,
Korf, Mr. and Mrs. D. Retter.
fudge and Mrs. Sherwin Stauber
and Rabbi and Mrs. P. Weberman.
)range Bowl Parade Theme
['Wonderful World Of Music'
Wonderful World of Music"
vil] bo the theme of this year's
|41-float New Year's Eve Orange
Bow: Parade, as it wends it way
I<\m- a three-mile route through
Ithi' heart of downtown Miami. Hy-
Idraulic-controlled platforms on the
li ;its are one of this year's inno-
vations. Each float will operate
ndently, and music, cos-
It mes and models will be asso-
l< ted directly with the song title
ted by the colorful displays
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Hosts include Mr. and Mrs. N.
Pratt, Mr. and Mrs. J. Behar Mr
and Mrs. I. Bloc*;-Mr. and Mrs*-A.
Davidson, Mr. and Mrs. B. Eiscn-
berg' Mr. and Mrs. M. Feit. Mr
and Mrs. M. Genet, S. Gersh. Mr'
and Mrs. B. Gluck. Dr. and Mrs.
L. Goldberg. Mr. and Mrs. S.
Haber and Mr. and Mrs. M. Jacob-
vits.
Also Dr. and Mrs. A. Katz. Mr.
and Mrs. M. Landow, Rabbi and
Mrs. S. Lipskar, Mr. and Mrs. L.
Makovsky. Mr. and Mrs. M, May-
berg. Mr. and Mrs. J. Modansky,
Dr. and Mrs. I. Miller, Mr. and
Mrs. H. Rosenberg Mr. and Mrs.
M. Rascnherg and. Rabbi and Mrs
S. Weiss.
The Society for Young Perform-
ers is planning its fourth annual
Scholarship Benefit at 8 p.m., on
Monday, Dec. 27, in the Pompeii
Room of the Eden Roc Hotel, ac-
cording to the director, Ruth
Brotman.
Music merit awards will be
given to Alvin and Alan Chow,
twin pianists; Willie Waters, pi-
anist; Lisa Werner, pianist; David
Ring, oboe; Raymon Watson,
blind baritone; and Geremy Mil-
ler, violinist.
Committee members of The So-
ciety for Young Performers in-
clude Mrs. Alexander Kogan, Dr.
Bernard Ehrenpreis and Dr.
Joseph Lang, scholarship member-
ship and donations; Ruth Brotman
and Dorothy Jacobson, program
and publicity; Joe Goodman and
Dr. R. Serben, promotion: Judy I presidents Esther Barrett. Flor-
Kaminsky and Dr. R. Serben are i ence R. Graham, Rose Kogan, Syl-
coordinators. via Serben, Klaine Lang, Claudie
Lee R. Cohen, ticket committee j Fishnian. Bette Levey, Mildred
chairman, is assisted by Betty i Levy. Vesta Redmon and Sylvia
Utley, Dorothy Nissenson, Sylvia ] Ross, form the welcoming com-
Serben and Elaine Lang. Vice mittee.
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Friday. December 17 j.
National Leaders Attend
ORTs Two Day Session
preaid
CRT.
David M. HoldrtnR. national
ent of Women's American
Mrs. Jack Kisenberpr, execu-
xccu- tl
ice committee chairman, will at-
tend a special two-day session with
he Southeastern Florida Region
e\t week.
A special executive committee
meeting is scheduled for Monday
evening at the Deauville Hotel
and a Regional hoard meeting
Tuesday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at
the new headquarters in the Jew-
ish Federation Bldg., 4200 Biscayne
Blvd.
.-The future expansion of the
Southeastern Florida Region is
vita! to the Imperatives for
Growth' mandate, formulated at
the 21st biennial convention in
October," Mrs. Goldring stated.
"The ort's program of Reha-
bilitation through Training must
be made available to every man.
woman and child in need of tech-
nological training an." career .'du-
cat ion to secure their independence
in the future," she declared.
MRS. DAVIO M. GOLDRING
National President Women's
American ORT
tive committee chairman and Mrs.
Wax Halpern. Southern Field Serv-
Miami Seeks Applicants
The City of Miami has a num-
ber of position! open for |x>lice
and firemen, as part of Project
PEP, an employment recruitment
program funded by the Federal
government
The well-known singer Joyce
Farber will provide the musical
entertainment at Tuesday's Fon-
tainebleau Hotel luncheon un-
' der the auspices of the Greater
Miami Chapter, American
: Friends ol the Hebrew Univer-
sity. Ruth Yablick Schaffzin will
be the recipient of the Woman
of the Year Award during the
event, which begins at noon.
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adassah Groups Are Celebrating Founder's Day
(iirl
mo Beach Grouiw of Hadas-
g.,. celebrating Founder's Day
month.
riton Tower. Group will cele-
,,. Founder's Day Tuesday at
311 ;..m. in the Algiers Hotel.
5 Sophie Primak will review
C'allei Judith Striek."
11 is VWnawef will preside.
, ,, li Greop will celebrate
Day at noon Thursday,
, in the Algiers Hotel. Mrs.
p iamond will present the
portion, accompanied by
I ibor si-rn. Mrs. Henry
Will ;: -1 le.
h;i/.t wm> Group will celebrate
i m usriay noon in
[Hac HoteL Mrs. Anna
ting; Olga Bibor Stern
... ai the ; lano. Mrs. Judy
residi Mrs. Jay Dermer
Jin -i speaker.
forte Towers Group will ccle-
nder's Day at noon on
lay in the Algiers Hotel.
will be entertainment and
J.iles Lesscm will preside.
ial Maccabees Group will
I ,ite Founder's Day in the
rs Hotel Wednesday noon.
>;ivid Raab will be the guest
tei; Mrs. Samuel Birnbaum
1; preside,
II j;roup will hold its regular
ling Monday at 7 p.m. in the
Dancial Federal Bldg.. 755 Wash-
ton Ave., with musical eater-
n:ni nt by Mildren Shuman and
( flighting ceremony on the
(gram.
iKililie Cantor Group will celc-
t Founder's Day at noon on
1-.'ay. Dec. 23. in the Fon-
nebleau Hotel. The Temple
nanu-KJ players will entertain;
le program will include a candle-
Happenings
Miami Beach attorney How-
krtl (irov has been unanimously
|e-elected chairman of the
oard of Adjustment, the city's
[ina I appeal group on zoning
variances. Stanley Gettis was
lamed vice chairman of the
|iu'-member board.
H ii it
United Bancshares of Florida.
pic., has received approval from
the Federal Reserve Board to
kcuuire 100"r of the voting
lhares, less directors' qualifying
hares, of the newly-chartered
Jnited National Bank of West-
Dan. I. opening Feb. 1. The new
bank, located at 1750 W. 49th
1st in Hialeah, will be the sixth-
Iniemlier bank of the United
Banking Group.
lighting
Krasnei
affair.
ceremony. Mrs. Jeanne 1 the Lincoln Group celebrates
president, will host the founder's day a. the Deauville. Ho-
| til Tuescay noon, according to
Chuck Barl will entertain when Mrs. Ann.. Levy, president.
Oneg Shabbos Program
At the next "Oneg Shabbos" of
the Davia Pinski Club Friday at
1:'.V) p.m.. in the Ida M. Fisher
Junior High School cafeteria. 1450
Drexel Av<\. the subject of a talk
by educator and author L. Lasavin
will be "Yaakov Glatstein and his
Poetry." Esther Weinstein will
read selection's of the late poet's
work. A group of Yiddish and He-
brew songs will be presented.
if
it ir
Dave Goodwin, author of "Stop
Wasting Your Insurance Dol-
Jlais." was to speak at Thurs-
day's meeting of the North Shore
Apartment House Association on
[the topic "Saving Money on In-
surance," which will be directed
|8t problems faced by apartment
owners.
t; it it
Arthur H. Courson, chairman
the Board of Jefferson Ban-
icorp, Inc.. has announced that
[approval was granted by the
Comptroller of the Currency for
<'i'i;ani/;,tion of a new national
bank in South Dade. The new
bank, to be known as Jefferson
I National Bank at Kendall, is
located near the intersec-
tion of North Kendall Drive
'"l I S W, 97th Avenue and will
he affiliated With Jefferson
Bancorp,|lnc a registered bank
holding Company comprised of
I Jefferson! National Bank of Mi-
ami Beach ami Jefferson Na-
tional Bank of Sunny Isles.
[Handwriting Analyst Guest
The Bai-Bay-Surf Unit Wo-
"ai,'s Coijps of the Papanicolaou
mcer Research Institute will
Mis.-Charlotte Leibel. dem-
onstrate er expert analysis of
handwriting, after the business
meeting Tuesday. The group's an-
mial fund-raising luncheon, with
lFashions by Uly Dache will be
ekl at the Eden Roc Jan. 25. For
[reservations call Rose Kornberg.
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Mr. and Mrs. George Fleischman celebrated their 50th
wedding anniversary recently in the Starlight Room of
the Doral Beach Hotel. Winter residents of Hollywood, the
couple who live in Brooklyn, N.Y., flew in for the occasion.
Joining them for the festivities were their daughters, Rita
Friedman of Mountainside, N.J., and Evelyn Schrier of
Merrick, L.I., N.Y., and their husbands, Martin and Arnold,
and five grandchildren, Jay and Ellen Friedman, Jerry, Karen
and Susan Schrier. While in Florida the Fleischmans make
their home at 4001 South Ocean Dr.
Dr. Lehrman Speaker At
Installation Luncheon
Moo Levin, president of the
Chaim Wcizmann Farbartd, an-
nounced that his organization's in-
stallation luncheon will be held
Sunday noon at the Fontainebleau
Hotel.
Dr. Irving Lehrman will be the
guest speaker and the Hon. Jay
Dermer. president of the Jewish
National Fund, will bring greet-
ings. The luncheon is sponsored
by the JNF.
Bernard Silver Speaking At
B'nai Zion Chapter Meeting
The Miami Beach Chapter of
B'nai Zion will meet Thursday,
Dec. 23. at 8 p.m. in the Washing-
ton Federal Bank, 1234 Washing-
ton Ave.
Bernard Silver will speak on the
topic 'Today's Significance of the
Chanukah Festival," and there
will be news and views by Esther
Shapin. Refreshments will be spon-
sored by Philip and Dorothy Fran-
kel in honor of their 50th wedding
anniversary.
21 Women's Organizations
Participate In Rally He
re
In Local Theatres
Films showing in local theatres
include "The French Connection"
at the Carlyle. "The Lickerish
Quartet" at the Mayfair and Sun-
set. "Bullit" and "Bonnie and
Clyde," held over at the Miami.
"Scrooge" and "A Boy Named
Chariie Brown" at the Miracle.
163rd Street, Twin II and Palm
Springs, "The Organization." Park-
way. Normandy, Gateway, Patio
and Twin I, and at the Surf. "The
Love Machine" and "There's A
Girj In My Soup."
Beth Am Chanukah Festival
Temple Beth Am's annual Chan-
ukah Festival and candlelighting
service will be held Friday at 8:30
p.m. The adult choir, under the di-
rection of Selma Baumgard, will
present a special program of Chan-
ukah music. Rabbi Herbert Baum-
gard. spiritual leader of the tem-
ple, will conduct the cancielighting
service, where many candles are
lit from the "Shammas," the cen-
ter candle of the Chanukah Me-
norah. He will also speak on the
theme, "Living is Giving."
"The United States should sell
more Phantom jets to Israel now
in order to bring the Middle East
crisis to the bargaining table,"
Sen. Lawton Chiles, keynote
speaker at the Women's Plea for
Human Rights for Soviet Jewry,
declared.
Senator Chiles was one of many
speakers who attended the recent
rally in the Miami Beach Auditor-
ium sponsored by 21 women's com-
munity organizations, representing
all faiths. The event in Miami was
one of 27 similar functions held
throughout the United States on
behalf of the Jews in the Soviet
Union.
Co-sponsored by the Women's
Coalition for Soviet Jewry and the
Greater Miami Federation Worn-
El Cariw Hosting Holiday
Mrs. Irwin Lechowitz, president
of El Carim. (Ladies Auxiliary of
Miracle Lodge No. 321 F.&A.M.)
announces that the group will
host a holiday party for the emo-
tionally disturbed children of the
Children's Center Tuesday at
12:30 p.m. The Children's Center,
2600 SW 2nd Ave.. has been a re-
cipient of El Carim's charity for
many years.
Entertainment and r e f r es h -
ments and toys will be provided
for the boys and girls. Mrs. Lecho-
witz will also make a presentation
of a gift to the Center from the
funds raised this year.
en's Division, the
ra"y was i
^rnoniaJ
toMtamtaiis concerned fe-]
man rights of all peopled*
*ot*. Florida's SejJ
served as master of ce
Mrs. Philip Bloom, p^
the Groat,,- Miami SecSSL
National Council of*X^
en: Mrs. B..rt,n R. 5J*J
dent of the Women's b^*
the Greater Miami W^f
tion. and Mrs, Alfred Stow !
man of the Council of MhS
Women, headed,heconLS
the rally. Mr, Donald?^
mon, representing the Mu^S
diocesan Council of 7Z
Women, serv.M as secret
Women's Coalition for
Jewry.
hi
The organizations prtiriwJ
in the event included AiwL
Friends of Hebrew uS*
American Jewish Cangrwi
tist Women. B'nai B'rith W(
Church Women United, CU.
tional Church. Greater Miami
ish Federation Women's Div
H a d a s s a h. Mizrachi, Nii
Council of Catholic Wonw,!
tional Council of Jewish W
National Council of Negro 3
en. National Federation ol Taj
Sisterhoods. National M
League of United SynagoguS|
neer Women, Presbyterian
en, United Church of Christ,
en's American ORT, W
Auxiliary of Jewish War V
ans. Women'- Branch of
Jewish Congregations and
Young Women's Christian ^
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Donald McCammon oi the Miami Aichdiocesan Coun-
[oi Catholic Women, (center) who serves as secretary of
Women's Coalition for Soviet Jewry, which sponsored
rally on behalf of Soviet Jewry at the Miami Beach
Iditorium, is flanked by Mrs. Philip Bloom, president of
, Greater Miami Section of the National Council of Jewish
nen and cochairman of Women's Plea for Human Rights
Soviet Jewry, and Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader
[Temple Emanu-El; (left) and Richard Stone, Secretary ol
of Florida, and Mrs. Charles Manson of Church
lomen United (right).

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/omens community organizations representing all faiths
snscred the Women's Plea for Human Rights for Soviet
swry Rally. From left to right are Mrs. Sally Milledge of
be Young Women's Christian Association, Mrs. Burton
evey, president of the Women's Division of the Greater
fliami Jewish Federation and cochairman of the Women's
Coalition for Soviet Jewry, and Mrs. Charles R. Shaw of
Church Women United.
Dr. Men Pollack, (second from right) professor of Russian
history at Yeshiva University in New York, was one of the
guest speakers at the Women's Plea for Human Rights for
Soviet Jewry Rally in Miami Beach Auditorium. At left Is
Rev. William Dover of the Catholic Youth Organization and
Mrs. James Palmer of the Miami Council oi Catholic Women;
Mis. Alfred Stone, chairman of the Council of Mizrachi
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Mrs. Levkoffs books will be on
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Friday, December
Serendipity
by Sally Spaet
Mrs. Sunja Krandall of Southficld and Detroit and Harry Zucker-
man of Miami Reach and Atlanta were married this week aboard the
IW S Southward,
Rabbi Sol Landau of Temple Beth David, Miami, and Rabbi
TV hard Hertz Of Temple Beth El, Detroit, jointly performed the
Ineadaj ceremony. Cantor William \v. Lipson chanted the rituals.
The bride's daughter, Mrs. Lawrence Thomas, was matron of
>r and the bridegroom's son. Ira Zuckerman, was best man. The
wai given in marriage by Mitchell Sirgany, Mr. Zuckerman's
-time friend and business associate. Three of Mr. Zuckerman's
i hildren sen I as ring-bearer and I n-N.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Thomas ol Lansin Mich., the bride's
;hter and son-in-law, and Mr. Zuckerman's chiklren and then
ises, Mr. an.I Mrs. Lawrence Winkle, and Mr. and Mis. Ira Zucker-
: of Miami and Mr and Mis Roger Herein ol Si Louis, Mo., coin-
ed the immediate wedding party. Mr. Zuckerman's onlj other
1. Victoria, and her husband. Walter K.iseubaum. are living and
' hing in Haifa. Israel and were unable to atten
Following the ceremony, the couple sailed for Frenchman's Cove,
Jamaica, where they will honeymoon.
-ir
Myra and Aaron Fair jiust returned from a short holiday at the
Royal Caribbean Hotel in Montego Bay. Jamaica.
& -fr it
Esther I MiN. Sidney I Schwartz attended Brandeis University
tt.ll
Robin\s Engagement
To Dean Ciporkin Is
Announced By Eders
Dr. and Mrs. Stanley H I
2022 SW 82nd Ct., anno
engagement of their da
Robin Beth, to Dean Ciporki
of Mr. and Mrs. Enrique
kin. ,)G Ma jo i a A\. O Bl
Gables.
Nl Uonal Women's Committee meeting in Boston. (She's a member of I Robin attends the University of
a mMimai k~-...i -.i .------:j... ,-.--. -. -~ I Miami, where she is majoring in
English. She is a member ol .\!
national board and the president's Council.) Then she visited her
|M phtw and niece, Gail and Betty Pohn, and her indentical twin three-
>. r-old grandnephews in Washington, IXC.
tr Mr. and Mrs. Ben Dickstein and Mrs. Ethel Nagler have left for
N w York to attend the pre-nuptial party of their nephew. Ethel's son
a d daughter-in-low, Bob and Ellen Nagler, of London, England, are
flying in to Btaj at their home in Quogue, West Hampton.
& tr tr
Fran i Mrs. Burton R.t Levey, president of the Women's Division
ol the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, attended a national meeting
New York City to hear first hand reports from volunteers all around
If. country
tr
Davida and Han Levy and the Herb Buchwalrfs and all of. (heir
Idren are BkiiPg in Aspen, Colorado for the holidays.
Happiness i.s having your daughter home for a five-week visit [da
F rer is delighted to have her daughter. Mindy. of Rome. Italy, here
the holidays. Mindy has a very exciting life; she works for the
movie industry dubbing English and Italian, she's a model, for clothes,
e and hair, r.nd she does publicity work. In between, she's managed
I eop a lew contests ,n the almost three years ihe's lived in Rome
M ndy wa* selected "Lady Israel of 1971" in a contest s;>onsored by
rhe Ttmex Corporation of America; came in third in the "Lady Uni-
rsal" contest in Revena and was selected "Miss Linea (Miss Figure
English) in a beaun contest in Florence. Yves Saint Laurent and
E a ol Roma were two of the judges.
it -it
Miriam I Mrs Louis) Lemberg Invited a group of friends for
icheon last week at Weatview Country Club. It was a besuitttU] party.
= I Miriam's way of telling the ladies that she loves them, and appre-
. ie< their friendship and warmth.
tr -ft iY
Members of the 1972 Ladies Golf Committee at Kings Bay Country
have been narwd with Coleen Warner and Grace Zeeman as
................ '"> Kirt-ii nuriii'i' ana v.race cman as
pha Lambda Delta, women's
honor society.
Dean received his Bachelor of
Science degree in Electrical
neertng from the University of
Miami and is presently working
toward! his Master's degree in its
Graduate School. He is a member
of Eta Kappa Nu and Tan Beta
Pi honor societies.
MAKIt Jill CUB
Oiher chairmen are: Helen Levin. Muriel Rosen and Ruth Gelber for
i infcamepts; Mildred Lubin and Betty Balstraz for social events-
Dorothy Macht and Barbara Hite for rules; Bernice Marks and Elsie
J .-iss for prizes; and Ruth Felber and Gloria Goldberg for the
J arbook. Other members of the committee are Helen Gottlieb Gloria
Goldberg, Joyce Wimmer, Marge Zuckerman, Pat GUthero and Ber-
e Meyerson.
tr *
The November-December issue of "Piano Guild Notes" magazine
has a front cover, in color, of Mana-Zucca and her piano collection.
I of the pianos are "real" the two concert grands our famous local
nposer hai Hi her Miami Beach home. The rest of the piano collection
Larry Bnumuudd to Wed
The engagement of Marcie Jill
Gelb, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Saul Golb. 9231 SW 20th St.. and
Larry Baumwald. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sol Baumwald, 2541 SW L'2nd
Ter.. has been announced by her
parents.
Marcie, a graduate of Miami
Coral Park Senior High School '
and Charron Williams Paramedi-1
cal College, is a medical assistant 1
Her fiance, a graduate of Coral
are miniatures which she has collected from all over the world They fiance, a graduate of Coral
range from a reproduction of Mozart's harpsichord end beautifully 2255. SPn,i0r "'Uh Scho1' is ""w
' ai.,d Dresden Meissen, silver and ivory pieces to .. modern,', w!" ^ *W"*>*''** Col-
out ot an old Cigar box hv n war uatMu i .
A A temple wedding is planned o
lions fronfr Au^.". 1972. >- >/
out of an old cigar box by a war veteran.
The outline for the picture reads: "Archaic reproduce
Stli Centurj drawing rooms find themselves in company with the
'; *l piano brought to this country by John Jaeoi, Astor. a miniature
Ibbled on by composer, Oaoar Strauss. An interesting miniature is a'
copy ol Helen Morgan's piano with the figure of the torch singer1
rsJied on top in he,- typical pose. Her collection began with a ply.
Od model carved by Manas son, Manvin Cassel, many years ago'J
Mana-Zucca world-famous concert artist and prolific composer \&
'he namesake ol the Mana-Zucca Scholarship Fund started in memory
her husband, Irwin CasseJ, who died this year
V
THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND STAFF
of OHOLEI TORAH SCHOOL
wish to extend to
RABBI AND MRS. T1BOR STER!\
a Hearty Mazel Tov on the Engagement
of their Daughter Judy
to
MYRON GUREU
WANTED '
USY Advisors; Youth Building
h^Rerrfcl; Religicnir Service
Coordinator.' s *"'*
Must be high school graduate
Must have Conservative Jew-
'fch 'background. 1 V -.
Tbr Further Information
'.'' Contact:
. Mr. Gerald Lester,
Director, Youth Dept.
Beth Torah Cong.
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cal Staff Of Heart Institute Elects Officers
Ltion of Richard A. EHas,
\c of Miami Heart Insti-
Li active supporters, to a
, term as president of the
staff ls 1)ecn announced
L s. Doming, president of
tni Heart Institute.
A Schotz, M.D. was
Dee president, and Burton
L ^i 11 was elected secre-
Ceported. The new officers
time their responsibilities
January meeting of th
[s medical staff executive
EJlas, an associate of the
Nicol, M.D. loiuid-
[nstitutc, is an associate
ofessor of medicine at
ersit; of Miami School of
and consultant to Vet-
lospltal and a trustee of
earl Institute.
member of the American
of Physicians. American
tf Chest Physicians. Amer-
irapeutic Society, American
of Cardiology, Pan Amer-
ssociation, and Dade
Medi al Association, and
intly president of the Flor-
iter ( f tli'' American Col-
Chesl Physicians, a ilirec-
United Health Founda-
Pi
tlon of Dadc County, and the
Heart Association of Greater I
Miami.
Dr. Schotz, the new vice presi- ;
dent of the medical staff, has been
a member of the medical staff!
cxecuthe committee and is a clini-
cal instructor in medicine at the
University of Miami specializing
in internal medicine and several
of his medical papers have been
published in various medical
.journals.
Dr. Levin, who previously served
as \icc president of the medical
stall, is a member of the American.
Florida anA Dade County Medical
Associations, the American Heart,
Association, and the American
Geriatric-; Society. He is an asso-
ciate of tno American College oil
raysidans and the American Col-1
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several papers published over thai
years in bis field.
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'Jtn/*#? IhrSdHan
Fridci
f f # CELEBRATES 50 YEARS OF SERViCE
y- Member I
Supporters of the Jewish Family
and Children's Service (JFCS)
celebrated its 50 years of serv-
ice to the community with a
formal party at the Americana
Hotel Dec. 4. Past presidents
who were present were honor-
ed, includinq (top photo, from
left to right) Harold Tannen, J.
Gerald Lewis, Stanley Myers,
Dr. Albert Rosenthal, Anna
Brenner (Mrs. Benjamin) Myers
Martha (Mrs. Stanley) Myers.
Alvin Cassel and Dr. Melvin
Becker. In picture at riqht, Mr.
and Mrs. Morton Silberman
greet Miss Sadye G. Rose,
(seated) the first JFCS executive.
At far right JFCS executive
director Leon D. Fisher and
Mrs. Fisher are shown
with the agency's current piesi-
dent. Dr. Alan A. Lipton, and
Mrs. Lipton. Pictures below
show past presidents Harold
Tannen, Dr. Melvin Becker,
(left and Alvin Cassel, (right)
talking to the current president,
Dr. Alan Lipton; Dr. Lipton re-
ceiving the Federation plague
honoring the agency for its 50
years of service from David
Fleeman as Val (Mrs. Morton)
Silberman, chairman of the eve-
ning, watches, and Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation associate
executive vice president Robert
Forman and Mrs. Formun. Wal-
ter Falk an honorary and past
president served as the master
of ceremonies; Howard Trinz
was program cocrdinator and
Muriel (Mrs. Eugene) Katz han-
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EFROM fiROSS
, the son of Rabbi and
pxanrier S. Gross, princi-
at Kinloch Park Junior High
School, plays the cornet in the
school band and is a member of
;hc Hebrew Academy of Ll^jy Scout Troop 3y.
Dec 19, at the
fanii
hday.
y. He will chant and con-
de Shachrit and Musaf
nd will read the Torah
Di- (he Chanukah holiday.
an eighth grade student
Academy is a member of
Academy choir.
Jut-of-town guests attend-
inclwde Mr. and Mrs.
loss. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Dr. and Mrs. Morris Gross,
Mrs. Harold Leiman,
krenis Mr. and Mrs. Abe
n; uncle and aunt Dr. and
Max Isaacson; Rabbi P.
fjn and Mr. and Mrs. N.
ft ft ft
IKWIN BAKER
the son of Mr. and Mrs.
JBaker will celebrate his
(tevah at Temple Menorah,
y, Dec. 18.
_ is an eighth grade student
jtilus Junior High School,
member of the Nor-Isle
It Club.
knd Mrs. Baker will host
Idush at the temple, and a
ly evening reception and
[honoring their son at the
1 Hotel.
d guests will be Irwin's
brents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
I of Miami Beach and Mr.
s. William Baker of Mont-
nada.
ft ft
ALAN SPIEGEL.
j Louis, son of Mrs. Jeanne
2742 SW 90th Ave., will
his Bar Mitzvah Sunday
_ Dec. 19, at Temple Or
I jointly with his cousin,
|ay. Shapiro. "'
eighth >;tade student at
iyJunior High School, the
Int is a member of Boy
|Troop 237.
Si'i ;i will host the Rid-
Hla luncheon following the
in honor of her son: Hon-'
lesis be his grandmoth-
ie Hurwltz and Mrs. '
nd his brut hers-,.and
in-lau. steven Spiegel" and
berl M. Spiegel.
ft fa
LORI KESSMAN
daugl ter of Mr. and Mrs.
no! 340 NW 122nd
will observe her
I'' Friday, Dec. 17. at
Moshe.
llghth rade honor student
(mas Jefferson Junior High
Lori plays the clarinet in
pool band. She also attend-
prew School for four years
active in Young Judea.
and Mrs. Kessman will
One,- Shabbat following
fvice and a reception at
ime.
the out of town guests
* Mr. and Mrs. Murray
"an and Mr. and Mrs. Allen
nan of New York City.
ft ft ft
IRA EDLOW
Edlow will be called to the
for his Bar Mitzvah Satur-
*c- 18, at Temple Judea.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul
7170 SW 136th St.. the
rant |g an eighth grade stu-
at Palmetto Junior High
*"" be honored at a recep-
nd dinner hosted by his par-
well as the Kiddush after
Honored guests will be
fandparents, Mrs. Milton
a" wal residents, as well as
> and friends from Gaines-
nuiadelphla and Baltimore.
AlW SHAPIRO
May, son of Mr. and Mrs.
^Shapiro, 4880 SW 4th
1' 1* -ailed to the Torah
!*< Mitzvah Sunday morn-
Temple Or oiom.
|*tli his cousin, Alan Louis
n, an eighth grade student
Mr. and Mrs. Shapiro will host
the Kiddush and a luncheon fol-
lowing services. Among the spec-
ial guests will be Alan's grand-
mother, Mrs. Mollie Hurwitz. and
his aunts and uncles from New
York.
ft ft ft
DAVID GREENE
David Harris Greene will be Bar
Mitzvah al Beth Torah Congrega-
tion on Saturday, Dec. 18.
The son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Greene, the celebration is in
the pre-Confii mation Class of
Beth Torah's Harold Wolk Re-
ligious School, and is an eighth
grade student in John F. Ken-
nedy Junior High School, where
he was given recognition for out-
standing achievement. He plays
the guitar and writes his own
music and lyrics.
In David's honor, his parents
will sponsor the Kiddush after the
services. Honored guests will in-
clude his maternal grandmother,
Mrs. Rose Becker of New York
City, and his aunts and uncles,
Mrs. Ida Plinack of Brooklyn,
N.Y., Mr. and Mrs. Abe Solesko
and Mr. and Mrs. Irving Moll of
ft ft ft
DANIEL SMITH
Daniel Eric, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Michael Smith, will become a Bar
Mitzvah at Beth Torah Congrega-
tion during the Chanukah services
on Sunday, Dec. 19.
Daniel is a member of the
eighth grade class at the Hebrew
Academy. ,
TSel Beifts """"ftbiBa SmTflr" DaWrf Gr?e7re*
Ira Edlow
Irwlm Baker
Efrom Gross
Honored guests will include
Daniel's grandfather, Rabbi David
L. Genuth of Temple Beth-El
Shaker Heights, Ohio. Rabbi Ge-
nuth will also participate in the
Bar Mitzvah service.
fa fa fa
MARIO BKAMNICK
Saturday, Dec. 18, in the main
sanctuary of Temple Ner Tamid,
Mario, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Zack Bramnick, will be called to j
the Torah as a Bar Mitzvah at |
8:45 a.m.
Mario attends school at the |
Hebrew Academy of Greater Mi- |
ami, where he is in the eighth
grade.
Mr. and Mrs. Bramnick will
host the Kiddush following the
services in their son's honor.
ft ft ft
DAVID JACOBS
David Alan, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Milton H. Jacobs, will cele-
brate his Bar Mitzvah at Temple
Beth El on Saturday. Dec. 18, at
11 a.m.
David is in the eighth grade at
Nova Middle School and is a mem-
ber of Temple Beth El's Junior
Youth Group.
The Oneg Shabbat Friday night
will be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs.
Jacobs in honor of David.
Honored guests will be his pa-
ternal grandmother, Mrs. Ethel
Jacobs of Hollywood, Mrs. Bertha
H. Samuels, Mr. and Mrs. Albert
ci of Pittsburgh, Pa.
Fishman and children of Cleve-
land, Ohio, Seymour Landau of
Indianapolis, Ind., and Carl Munt-
ft ft ft
STEVEN GOLDSMITH
Steven, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jerry Goldsmith, will be called to
the Torah for his Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday, Dec. 18, at Temple Beth
Sholom.
Steven is a student of the Con-
firmation Class of 5734, and at-
tends Nautilus Junior High
School, where he is in the eighth
grade.
Mr. and Mrs. Goldsmith will
host the Kiddush, and also a re-
ception-luncheon honoring their
son. Honored guests will include
Steven's grandparents, Mrs. Alice
Besman and Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Goldsmith.
JOEL BENES
The Bar Mitzvah of Joe, the
son o f Dr. and Mrs. Bernardo
Benes. will take place at Temple
Beth Sholom, Saturday. Dec. 18.
Joel is in the Confirmation
C'ass of 5733 and is an eighth
grade student at Nautilus Junior
High School.
Dr. and Mrs. Benes will host the
Kiddush which will be followed by
a reception-luncheon at the Four
Ambassadors. Honored guests will
be Joel's grandparents, Mrs. Boris
Benes and Mr. and Mrs. Naftel
Gurinsky.
Among the out of town guests
will be his aunt and uncle. Dr.
and Mrs. David Anders of Wash-
ington, D.C. and their children.
Mr. and Mrs. Jaime Benes and
family of Parsippany. N.J.; and
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Edelstein of
'Cleveland, Ohio.
Dr. Sidney J. Stern,
Announces The Opening Ol His Offices
For The Practice Of
Optometry
At
9334 Miller Road
Miami. Florida 33165
By Appointineni
Phone 279 2131
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Obituaries
STERN
Zelma, s'. Atlanta, Georgia, sur-
vived by M>ns Jutnea, Hollywood;
Samuel, daughters Therasa Dia-
mond, Mildred Zimmerman, tteraUW
i. Abrams, daughter-in-law Mrs.
Alfred ttern, all of Atlanta, Ga.:
s, \ii nvutdchtktren, seven f real
grandchTlddren Interment Atlanta,
I:..
FREED
David, ::. of Ml', passed away
Thursday A resident of MR. since
>:-.:, former!) of Philadelphia, Pa,
A member of the Farband Labor
Zionist Society. He is survived bj
in- widow, viola, dauchtera, Mrs
Man ,Ha Marcus of Calif., and Rae
Freed, Chicago, Ml. a brother Irv-
ing of NY. two grandchildren, Nina
ami Richard, Funeral services were
held Sunday al Riverside Memorial
c! pel 1920 Alton ltd. Interment Ml
Sinn .
ehrens, Herman .1 78, ISM 8 u
15th si Gordon Interment Mi
N.l.ii.
RUBIN. Bernard, 57, k:, s.W. 44th
Ave. Interment Mt. Nebo
FELDBERG. Henry. 89, Oil Rue
Vendomc Riverside
FENGEL. Samuel, BO, MM Alton Rl..
M.B, Blasberg --
KRESSIN, M.,III.- 78, 1488 l.enox Am .
Alii Riverside.
LlSSAUER, Charlotte, 77. ISM Me-
ridian Ave., If.fi. Newman,
GREENE, Bess, 76, Hay Harbor Is-
land Riverside
silverstein, Aaron, 71, M B,
Levitt.
awerman, Samuel. 7'.i. 8.13 Meridian
Ave., M.B. Riverside
barnett. Edna, 74, 8440 Plamlngo
I ir.. m. B. Newman,
berzick. Samuel, 17, IM Weal Ave.,
M.B. New man.
COLE, Dave ll 71, l7M N E !'th
Ave N.M.B, Riverside
IICAI NOTICf
GRAFF. Beatrice, 88, 8790 Harding
Ave M B, Blasberg
Simmons, l" Bldney M., 88, ;>;i
CoUIni Ave ,\i ii. Blasbera.
WtGDERSON, Esther, 98, 18 Collins
Ave.. m H Blasberg.
ZUPARN, Rose, 74. 4450 Post Ave.,
M B, Riverside
EISEN. Samuel. 67, l'iL'7.'. Collins Ave.,
M.B. Levitt.
CREEN. J>i- William A 6M0 Indian
Creek Dr.. M B, Blasberg
KAISER. Mildred, M, :,7t \v '-'th St.,
M.B. Riverside.
LEVINE. Mollie, 7". 783 Euclid Avi .
M R. Rlversldi
Schwartz. Verda. 7o 8340 Byron I
Ave M B. Blasberg
STEARNS, William. 7:.. 1340 Lincoln I
Rd .\l B Riverside
TOLLIN. I...in-, 78, 1984 8 W I7ih
Ti r. Oordon.
WEINGLASS. Jack 88, 6095 -..llui"
Ave., MR Newman
BLUMENSTOCK. (Inldle, 88, 8017
Harding Ave M B. New man
FRIEDMAN. Max, 81, (893 Collins
Av. M.R. Newman,
KRAMER, Bessie Rlklnd, 78, 818
Pennsylvania Ave., M B. Blasberg
SCHECHTER, Jacob, 63, l"ll W 47th
Cl M.B. Rlversldi
SHMOOKLER, Minnie, 79 827 13th
St., M.B. New man.
SMOLOWITr. Preida. .:. 758 Wash-
ington, M R Blasberg
BECK. Rebecca .1 73, B770 Indian
Creek Dr., M.B. Riverside.
CHASKIE, Joseph 87, 747 Michigan
Ave., M R Riverside.
GRAHAM. Shirley C, 11 l 98th St.,
Bay Harbor Island Riverside.
LUPINSKY. Rose, t. l"l" 9th gl .
M B Newman
WALAKOFF. Hyinflll, 85 I7""l N E
I3tli Ave Riverside
HARK,., .".li.h.ie II.... ii. .. N.M.B
Riverside, Interment Beth El
LEVENSO::. Sarah. 95, l"."" Ray Rd.,
M.R. Newman. Interment Mt. Nebo
NARMOR, Louis, 77. 147". N E. 125th
Ter. lyevitt
Sandrew. BUsnbeth M, Hollywood
Levitt
SCHLESINGER. George. 7-.. M R
Riverside. Interment star of David
Sharp. Louis k.. 7". 223 Venioe
Fla lliv. rsiil,
bason. Edward, 59. IMS N w It7th
St.. North .Miami Rla-i
CANDELL, Irene, 74. of Bal Harbour
Riverside
8t. Riverside. Intermenl Star of
Cleman. Ben, 7i (287 s w nnh
David.
HANNISCH. Sarah. (it 5th St
M.B. Blast* ra
RABIN0WITZ
UNVEILING
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late
JACOB and MANYA
RABIN0WITZ
will take place on
Sunday, December 26, 1971
11:30 a.m.
Mt. Nebo Cemetery
Dr. Irving lehrmon, Officiating
friends and Relatives art invited
to attend.
IEGAI NOTICE
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that
tin undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
RAM FBI. I GREENREKG, .Mil. al
Suite 118 Dupont Plasa Center, Miami
intends to register said name with
ill. Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Klmlda
SA.MI'EI. 1 (1REENBBRO, M I> 1' A
SA.MI'EI. STBEN
Attorney for applicant
413 Iiuimnt Plaaa Center-
Miami. l"ia. 33131
15;'17-J4-.il 1 7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH J4JBICIAL CIRCUIT
IN,*T4D FOfl
DADE COUrtTY,. FLORIDA
NO. 71-23907
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN RE
THE MARRIAGE OP Wll.l.JAM
PROMB, III SRA.NI>, AND
HILDA lid IMS, wife
TO: WII.I.IAM FIIII.UK
88-87 'Mh Avenue
Blmhurat, New Vmk LM7I
You are h.-rehy notified thai a FV-
lltlon for Dissolution of Marriage has
been fill d agataal yoo, nd you are
required to nerve copy of your An-
swer or other pleading to the said
Petition on the Petitioners attorney,
SHELDON N. I.EI.CIUK. 19 West
Plaglei Btreet, Miami. Florida S8T30,
and file tin Original Answer or Othl i
pleading In the office of the Clerk of
the Clroull Court on or before the
-4th day of Jan. 1973 If you fail to
do so, judgment by default will be
taken agalual you for the relief de-
led in ilo- Petition.
DONE AND IRDERED al Miami.
Florida, this lath da] "I D A 1>
1971,
E. B. 1 EATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dadi Count) Plorlda
Bj R M KISSBE
Deputy Cli i
SHB1 1" IN N I EI.CHI'K
Attorney for Petitioner
R' \V. Plagler Street
Miami. Plorlda
Tel 805 ::77-'-74j
12 17-24-31 1 7

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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. 71-24108
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
Tin: \i vRRl m;i: i if
WILLIAM I. CAMPBELL
Petitioner
BEATRICE C \ M I'l'.F.I.I,.
Ri upondenl
It I HE ITRICE c V.MI'RKl.t.
932 Pui In SI
Orei nshoro, North 'nroll no
V.ir ARE HERBIIY NOTIFIED
an action for Dissolution of Mar-
'''- '" flit i you and
ai e requin .1 to -. n e a eopj ,,f
11 if any, to it
on HOWARD P ill \i w mt
for Petltiom r, a lose addn -
Mncoln Road. .Miami Beach, Plorlda,
ana file the original with the clerk
of the above stj i> ,i rourl on or be-
fore January 19, :::. otherwise a
1.fault win i. entered against you
for the relief demanded In the com-
plaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
sai Ii week for four consecutive v
In Till: JEWISH I'l OR1DIAV
WITNESS my hand and thi
of said court at Miami. Plorid.....1
this 14th ilav of December, i!'7l
E R LEATHBRMAN.
A- 1 'I. 1 k. ("ii, nil 1 !ourt
Pad.- County, Florida
B} I BNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
nil Court S. all
HOWARD F I'LLMAN
1 aw Office of Itohert II Burn*
:i"n Lincoln Road
\ 1 torne) for Pet ii loner
Miami Beat h Fi
-.31 -1341
,., ,- ., ... -
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. 71-23993
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
RENE T. ritgriDI.
Husba ad
and
, MAE II. l.'ltQI'IDI.
Wife
Tt 1 Mae 11 L'rquldl, wife
T771- ARE HBRBBY NOTIFIED
that an aetion fur Dissolution of Mai-
riajje has t,. ,n filed against yt.u and
you are required to >.ervo a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to ll
on MARVIN I. WIENER, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is 1311
Amsley Building, Miami, Florida, and
file the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before Jan-
uary 81, 1972; otherwise a default
will in- entered against you for the
relief demanded in the complaint or
petition.
This notice shall in- published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLOKIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami, Florida on
! this 18th day of December, 1971.
E. B I EATHERMAN,
As tieric, Circuit Court
I lad,. County, Florida
Bj : C P Ct >PEI AND
As Deputy ci.ik
(Circuit Court Seall
, MARVIN I, WIENER, ESQ.
1 1213 Alnsley Building
Miami. Florida 88133
Attorney for Petitioner
12 l7-'.'4-31 I 7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-4428 iBMntonl
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
, In RE: K-iate of
N'BI.LIE 'I'M DIN
Deceased.
( To Ml Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims ..I Demand* Against Said
Estate
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present an\ claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of NELLIE OOl.DIN de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same in duplicate
ami as provided iii Section 788 16,
Plorlda Statutes, in their offices in
the Count) Courthouse m Dade Coun-
ty, Plorlda, within six calendar months
from the time of the first publication
hereof, or the same will be 1.aired
Mated at .Miami. Florida, this 9th
day "i Dei ember. All 1:171
RICHARD flOLDTN
As Administrator
First publication of this untie. on
the iTth day of December, 1971
A JAY CHI8TOL
Crislol, Rose & Aldri b
Attorney for Administrator
:l N.K First Ave
Miami. Fla. .1:1131
\i i7.-:t ".1 1 7-
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT-
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO 71-239M
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: TIIF. MARRIAGE OP
CRt'Z A. SOTO
and
BETTY l.< i|' Bt >TO.
TO: curz a. si ito
10 ivii.it.1 Itlvlera.'Jtfhehea
Buson No <:.7 A, Ruta I
Aquadilla. Puerto Rico
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has bet n filed against you and
you are required to nerve a r..|iv of
your written defenses, If any, to it
on l.inis it BELLBR. attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 4ffl Lin-
coln Road, suite !S8, Miami Beach,
Florida 831 9, l'.8.A., and file the
original with the clerk of the above
styled court 011 or before Januarv
19th, 197: othi 1 wise a default will
be entered against you for the relief
demanded m the complaint or peti-
tion
This notfre shall be published
each week for tour consecutive weeks
m THE JEWISH PIjORIIHAN
WITNESS my hand and the
of said court at Miami. Plorlda on
th day of Decemhi r 1"71
i: 11 LEATHERMAN,
As I 'Ii rk Circuit 'ourl
11.1.1. Countv, Florida
By: 1. SNBBDEN
\- Deput} t'l.rk
(i ii mil ( ,,||' I S.-al)
l."CIS l; r.i'l I ER
1 n Uncoln Road. Pu tt
Miami 1 :.-., h, PI .1 Ida ;i39
I'tornt j for P< tltioiier
12 17-24-31 1 7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
FOR THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
NO. 71-23876
NOTICE OF ACTION
BY PUBLICATION
THE MARRIAGE I >P
Wit.I IA \! K THOMPSON
Petition, 1 .
\ H
OENEVIEVE ill' 'MI'S. i.\ 1
Ki ri,n,i, I
- l: It! P
Tl GENEVIEV E THOMPSI IN
Qui \ LI.,N.I
YOC ARE 111:1:1:1:1 NOTIFIED
that bi act dl olution
lias he. n in, .1 agalm 1 j mi and
j mi an 1. Mini ed to s.-i \ .. ,.] .
your written defi nsi 111 to It
1'Win s KI'MBLE B8q
for Petition! 1. at 3811 I Inooln
Road. Miami Beach, Plorlda,
"i before Janu iry 19, 1 file
the 01 iginal with ii|. Cl< 1 k of this
Court either befori sen lei on Pi
tloner'e attorney or immediately
thereafter: otherv 1., fault n ill
in- entered against you for the relief1
demanded in the Petition
WITNESS, mj hand .,. ,1 the seal
of this Court on ih, iniii day .,i
December, 1971
1: R LEATHERMAN
Clerk ,,f the Court
Bj 1. BNEEDEN
Deput) Clerk
(Circuit Court S.-alr, .,
DA VII s Kt'MTTTjfc; ES .'
Atl'.'llf) 1
* Vlt'lsels Tbnd
Mlutil Beach, Plorlda 88189
ti.T.,Li^'q jli.'. .
UCAl NOTKI

IN THE COUNTY JUDOE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-4235 (Primm)
In RE: Estate of
HARRY L K.VtiAN
Deceased
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
Ti > ALL PERSONS INTERESTED
IN THE ESTATE OP SAIl>
DECEDENT.
You lire hereby notified thai a
written instrument purporting to be
the last will ami testament of. .said
deeedi-nt has l-e.-n admitted to pro-
bate In said Court. You are hereby
1 oinninnded within six calendar
months from the date of the first
publication Of this notice to appear
in said Court and show cause, it anv
yOU Can, till) the aetion of said
Court in adnitttiiiK said will to pro-
bate should not stand unrevoked
ELLIOTT HARRIS
Attorney for Executor,
Jefferson National Rank
714.", 1 'ollins Avenue
Miami Beach, Florida :::; 141
AUTlll'lt W. PRIMM.
County .ludco
By: LOI8 F PA8TORFIE1.D
Clerk
l' .1 Seal
First publication of this notlci on
the 17ill da) of December, 1971.
II i7-;4-::i i 7
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. 71-23797
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: MARRIAGE OF:
' IERAR] I J Ksis SCARE?!,
Husband,
and
JACQCEUNB SCAREZ,
Wife
TO: JACQCEUNB SCARES, WIPE
SPECIFIC RESIDENCE
UNKNOWN
in Bogota, 'olorabla.
Bo, America
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an aetioi. f,.i Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve copy of
vour written defenses, II anv. i ||
on JACK .1. WEISS. ESQ., uttorne)
for Petitioner, whose address is s4i
B.W. 1st Street. Mlan.i. Florida. 83130
(::77-!471). and file Ihe original with
the clerk of the above styled court on
or before January 21m. i!7'.'; other-
wise a default will he entered against
you f"t- the relief demanded in the
complaint "r petition.
This notice .-hail he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN.
\\ ITNESS my hand and the Real Of
said court at Miami. Plorlda on this
!-ih daj of December, 1971
E. It LEATHERMAN.
As i 'l.-rk. I circuit Court
Dude County, Florida
, Ry: N ^\ IIKWETT
As |>e|>uty 4rk
(Circuit tN>Urt Si-all
JACK J. WEISS I7SQ.
844 8 W 1st str.et
Miami. Florida
Att,rne> f,.r Petitioner
IS 17-24-31 1 7
ltCW NOTICf

B of
''"", |
'" RE: Bstati Z?
KS[AMAY i:i:.v,,
Deceased ,iE'-
r5 &rSf'
yie estate 1 TWuh>'
Jfceased Ii......, ,; ;M-\ Bl
County, and ,,"'"> JMt ,
elite and :,- ,, ., ? i
}*' orida Statute*
"EMtY SORTojj
the nth day ..f i>, .,."', 'hl;'*
HENRY m'.iit, i.v "''' ,!;l.
MWBI^ayu, Bulldln*. vj^j
---------------------------------lilT-l'
noticTundeT
FICTITIOUS NAME i..
.NOTICE IS HERN^Y8"J
the Ull. i i -it,,,,! a.. "'6.
In I'usiii.ss unde'r ;.' r "J
ABRAHAM BCHllJUj
____________________in^Muj
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME u,
NOTICE is HEREBY CTtl
the underslp..... desiring to
in business under the fiMioM
nf BPORTSWKAU KTERxS
al 887 N W sth S-.
,,'"' ." I '..nv-SJ
i h-i k ..f u. cireall C-art a
County, Fii
PAl'L EDl.Off
BTI'ART 8HAPIR0
ANNA SHAPIRO
______________________'-' 17-M4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME llw
NOTICE IS HEREBY i,!VK|
the under;
hiisiness under ih,- : ,
R' INDEI' MARINE ;it >
eral Hlghwi j Hallandilt intii
register Haiti nsm trlit it.
of the Circuit Court of Ddt(
Florida
JAYS' i\ I.KUIS
PAl'L KWITNBY
Attoi n. > for Kppliranl
4J" Uncoln Rd
Miami Beach, Fla. 81181
:. i;-4f
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 71-J3834
ACT|ON FOR DISSOLUTION
.. U _" OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage-of
TbMFII.A DATOCB, Wife
and
\i.|'Ri:ih i n.woi'ii. Husband
TO: ALPRBDl i DAYOIT1
RESIDENCE CNKNOWN
YOC ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
i agi has been filed against yon and
you are required to serve copj
your written defenses, if any, t.. ii
on SEYMOCR M I PTMAN, atti
tor Petitioner, whose address is I4"i
Wesi Plagler Street Miami, Flor-
ida, and file the original with the
clerk of the nrvled i ourl on
or before Jan 81 I97S: otherwise ..
default Mill be entered against you
for the relief demanded In the com-
plain! "i- petit
Tin- ni ill be published once
each week for in consei utlve wet k.
In THE JEWISH Fl.i IRIDIAN
\\ IT.N ESS n hand and thi
pl said ,.,un at Miami, Florida on
Ul day of I i .. nilii-r 1971
E B : i: CTHERMAN
As Clerl i 'Ircuil Court
Dad r ii v Plorlda
B) i: ,\> KIHSEE
v i leput) ci. i i,
ii ircuil in Se ll I
SEYMOCR m I pm VN
1401 w ; in street
.Miami. Pto|
Utorney ,,.,.
12 17-24-81 1 7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANti FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-4169
(JUDGE JOHN R. BLANTON)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I" RE: i: i
S( ll. BROI
11.
I All Person Hav-
tilH Claim- 01 1 i. n Hide Agallisl Saul
l's|..
Yog are bereb] notified and re-
lulred i. : :,,,,| ,i...
m mils which \,-ii in ij hai ngalnnl
Ihe IL BROI N'STI '1 v
n ide County, Plor-
to the County Judges ol Bade
(ounty, and file the name In dunll-
caAe and ed in B......n :
| Plorl Btatu In llielr offl
in the County Courthouse in Bade
County, r irlthln six calendai
months from ii,,. nin. of the first
llcatlon hereof or the same will
Bated ll Miami. Florida, this 7th
he ha i,i
day of December \ I > 1971
EDWARD ski H.\IK
As Executor
7.1 :v w KOOAN
As Administrator C.T.A,
First publication of this notice on
the I Till day of December, 1971,
SIMON, II \vs & ORUNDWBRO
attorney for Pen >i al Repi.....itatlve
"s ^Inslej 'tu|,line-
M.alni |
1" '- .' -
NOTICE OF ACTION .
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICtl
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OH
ELEVENTH JUOICIAL Cll
OF FLORIDA. IN AND I
DADE COUNTV.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 7IJOT5I
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: MAKKIAGBOP
BDWARU JOHN* 'N
and
lA'ltlt.MVK JOHNSON, Wifr
'In. LOKRAIXK JOHNSON W*|
Oaks Field
Nassau
BahamsK
Y< >l' ARK HERBBT NKTI
toi I >s..|utiun t
rlagi ha- i" n
vim are n tiuirrd i" ierre J m
vour written defi
on JACK .1 WEISS, Bsq
for Petltloni r, whnw
8 w i i Streel Mian
(377-9471 :
th. clerl
or I- for.
nine a default will '" "
you for the
comnlnlnl nr petll i
This untie, shall l- |
each week for feu
l the JEWISH FI/tRIDIA-V
WITNESS m> hnd ]
of said i-ouri al Mian
this th tln> l>
l |l I.EATHK
v. Circuit
Bade
Bj I" P ''""'"
\. rteputj
(i 'Ircuil Com : Si
JACK .1 \\ KISS fcbQ
844 S.W 1st Strct
Miami Florida
Attorne) : r l'i
NOTICE OF ACTION .
CONSTRUCTIVE SEBVICE I
(NO PROPERTY! L
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT (O
ELEVENTH JUD CIAL CIRW1
OF FLORIDA. IN AND f" I
F DADE COUNTS I
civil action no. n-gSI
ACTION FOR D'ff?^T,"l
OF MARRIAGE
IN Ri:
The M
Cll MCI !"
n Ife
and
,:i,\v ,itn moi
T(V:UEm^VRIMOVSB
-" ,
Bl
M,i I
that an ac
riage i
you a'
your I
on ALBERT V\IM '
Petltli I
cord Bldg.. l
above styled
uarj 81. I im
Will be .a:,--.' W
relief demanded In ""
petition ,, '
This notlci
each week f"!'.'"','-,,-rii'iAN
In THB JEWISH FI^WJJj M
WITNESS m> n
nf saM ;""'/'.^;"r. !':'
IhlalOthdaj ;i!;.,1,,:MAi
B5 v. rieputy Clert
(Circuit Court *.-
AI BERT WIRENSKl
Mill Colieiifd Hl,lk
Attorne" for Petit .......,


December 17. 1971
+Jewisti fkTkfimn
Page 15-S
tlue Star Camps Prepare
or 25th Camping Season
Star Tamps, Henderson-
4C., which has been attend-
over 3.000 young people
die Greater Miami area
was founded in 1948 by
opkiri brothers of Atlanta,
ill observe its 25th camping
in 1972.
to commemorate this
in the history of one of
Dmitry's finest and largest
emlenl-private camps, have
nnounced by Herman and
Popkin, co-founders and
lectors, Plans include estab-
a Greater Miami winter
i at 2,'iO Shore Drive East for
uiv month of February
Sunday, Jan, 30, through
ay Fob. 27 >.
Py will also be in this area
hit week in December to hold
annual Blue star "Get-To-
:" for former and new (pros-
It^ caniiiers. This event will
I at 2 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 26 in
buPont l'laza Hotel, for new
brosiMvtive campers and par-
it nil! start at 3:30 p.m. for
ni.
Special film, made from over
i color slides taken last sea-
ky Miamians Gene Bass and
Indlaner, titled "The Blue
I Story' will be premiered at
et-Together.
ur new features for the 1972
are an over-all member-
| fee that includes horseback
insurance, skiing, laundry,
I of limns and blankets, etc.;
Stressing of tennis as one of
many land sports; the sport-
tip of a 10-day Florida Disney
|d Tour for teenagers; and
janting of one full credit for
and senior high school sub-
1 in cooiH-ration with the Sum-
ISchool of the Florida Central
envy, Sorrento,' Fla.
\s of these, programs, as
information on the seven
ate camps for boys and girls
i 7 to 17 years of age, will be
upon request. The founders
directors, who have a corn-
Id youth and group education-
Ixperienn' of over 60 years,
I be happy t" answer questions
lit any phase of their creative
1 progress programs.
|ue Star is located on a 625-
i private .^state with two priv-
lakes. in the Blue Ridge
lins six miles from Hender-
NI' There are over 150
ATTENTION
Factory Direct
Distributorships Available
plk Compact Cleaning Systems
For complete information
Coll Collect 714-772-2811
Rick Cloud
Area Development Mgr.
fnterstate Engineering
Anaheim, Calif. 92806
buildings constructed especially
for (amp use. and the physical
plant and facilities are considered
one of the finest in the country.
Blue Star, with full-time winter
headquarters at 1104 Crescent
Ave., N.E., Atlanta, Ga., is an ac-
tive member of the American
Camping Association, having be-
come affiliated in 1950. It meets
the Association's high standards
in personnel, leadership, health
and safety, administration, facili-
ties, and camp transportation.
The Popkins hold positions of
leadership lx.th nationally and
regionally. Harry is chairman of
the 1974 National A.C.A. Conven-
tion to be held in Atlanta, and
Herman is a Trustee for A.C.A.s
Fund for the Advancement of
Camping.
Calvin and Trudy Schafer of
North Miami have accepted the
. cochairmanship of 1972's an-
nual "Neighbor-toNeighbor Ap-
peal" conducted by the South-
1 east Florida Chapter, Leukemia
| Society of America. The Scha-
fer's 19-year-old daughter San-
dra, lost her personal battle with
the disease only a few weeks
after she became the Leukemia
Society's 1970 Poster Teen.
COMPLETE LINE OF
WESTERN WEAR
CHILDREN'S SMALL OVERALLS $3.89 (SPECIAL)
BOBS PET SHOP. INC.
3S0S N.W. 183rd STREET
Telephone 625-2016
"fverr'ning fr Your ftf
NOISE FilD AND TACK
Saltair
MIAMI
PRESENTS ..
1972 ek**.CZ*ft-
f^SBSV
NEW HOMES IN THE SOUTHWEST
WE ALSO HAVE BRAND NEW
DUPLEXES

BUY and or SELL
A PLACE IN T
Real Estate Corporation of America
7750 NW 7th Ave
836-6800
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Thunderbird
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John Allmand
COMPLETE SERVICE YARD
WET 6. DRY STORAGE
NAUTICAL GIFT SHOP
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
SALTAIR MIAMI
13301 Bisciync Blvd., N. Miami
Call 941-4472
lthriid Ctiru-Cntt,
John lllm jnrj. ThurnVbi'd 1 Formull
Sain I Service Jthmori Meltri
After you lease a car,
it's too late to learn
about auto leasing.
"?' a "" getting you to sign o lease, there' no
' left over for explaining |usl what it is
von ve signed up for.
In US ot Penning. that's exactly the wrong
Ofdi of priorities. Before we talk to yOM
obo"i signing a lease, we listen. We find
' about your driving needs and what
ye-i expert o lease to giv you.
1 n we help you find the type oi
DADE
532-5421
lease plan best for you. and the kind
of cor. i A wide range of leases ond even
wider range of rn'<, Compacts to luxuri-
ous Cadillacs and lincolnsJ
Give Pershing a coll today ond you'll have
on opportunity that's all too rare in the
outo leomg business, to learn absolutely
without obligation or pressures of any
|,inc| about your lease before you sign
it... instead of afterwards.
AUTO LEASING.inc.
154 5 AITON ROAD MIAMI MACK FLORIDA
IOW DAIIY. WE6KIY. MONTHLY RATES. ALSO AVAIIABIE
BROWARD
525-9300
YOUR FUTURE IS HERE-NOW!!
PHYSICIANS PARAMEDICAL
INSTITUTE
Specializes Exclusively in
MEDICAL ASSISTANT
All courses ore taught by
to fill the need of
DOCTORS
Enrollment limited for more
individual Instruction
Day & Evening Classes
Start January 1 7th
FREE BROCHURE
CALL 444-6774
OR BY MAILING COUPON
PHYSICIANS PARAMEDICAL INSTITUTE
Al Ad.lph. School 340 Polermo. Corol Gables, Fla. 33 143

IFlEFMCNE NUMBER...............................
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COFFEE
IS SPECIALS
REGUIAR ORIP OR EUCTRIC PIRK
FOOD FAIR
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FAMOUS BRANDS YOUNG
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Cranberry Sauce................'oSf 27c
GEISHA
Sliced Pineapple................can 27c
SAVE 6c BETTY CROCKER
Instant Potatoes.................wo." 69c
CHICKEN OR BEEF _
Rice-A-Roni Rice Mix.........*.' 29c
REGULAR OR LOW CALORIE
RITZ SODAS
9^'98c
SAVE 4c HORMEL
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SAVE 57*-MRS. FILBERT'S WHIPPED
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Copeland's Franks
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tJewish Floridian
liami, Florida Friday, December 17, 1971
- ii
Section C
ie Jew Who Refused To Sit On
|The United States Supreme Court
BV JACOB R. MARCUS
Director of The American Jewish
Archives
Dunne the administration o f
President Franklin Pierce, 1853-
1857, U.S. Senator Judah P. Ben-
amin of Louisiana, a Jew, refused
apiiointment to the United
|<5tate.s Supreme Court.
Who was Benjamin? Why did
[he decline the honor? What man-
tier of Jew was he?
Many of the answers to these
Iquestions may be found at the
lAmeri.an Jewish Archives on the
[Cincinnati campus of the Hebrew
It'nion College-Jewish Institute of
|Religion.
Judah Philip Benjamin was
[born in 1811 in the British West
[indies. During the Napoleonic
Wars his parents moved to Charl-
eston. S.C. They were poor and
could do little for him, yet he
managed to go to school and even
attended Yale College for a couple
| of years.
By the time Benjamin returned
I to Charleston, the South Carolina
cotton i>oom was over, and he fol-
lowed the crowd to the new boom
town df New Orleans where he
tutored children and studied with
a notary for a career at law. The
years from 1827 to 1832 were
probably the most important
years of his life. He must have
worked like a madman, for in
j 1832 he was admitted to the bar
and showed himself so competent
that in an incredibly short time
he became one of the great legal
lights of the South. The year af-
ter he h as admitted to the bar he
married a Catholic girl of good
family whom he ha who gave birth to a daughter, his
only child.
After making a fortune in a few
short years, he left the law,
bought a sugar plantation, and de-
voted himself seriously to the cul-
tivation of cane and the chemical
mysteries of refining sugar. Ob-
viously he wanted to be a South-
ern s ntloman, a planter. But
Belle, hasse, his home, was flood-
ed by the rains, and his careless-
ness in endorsing a note for $60.-
000 for a defaulter brought him
to the end of his string. He re-
turned to the practice of law still
a young man.
Benjamin was one of the most
successful attorneys of his day in
the I'nited States. He was very
personable, prepared himself care-
fully, and pleaded his cases with
assurance, a calm imperturbabil-
ity and a confidence and serenity
which overwhelmed those who
were to sit in judgment. He was
a great orator in the grand man-
ner of that age of rhetorical
giants.
In the economy of Benjamin's
being, success was imperative.
Above all else he seemed to have
craved recognition by his peers.
He was desperately desirous of
making money. He had known
poverty; he had his parents to
support, and his wife and child
had early moved to Paris. All in
all he was compelled to maintain
three menages. Before long he
went into politics as a conserva-
tive, a Whig, and by 1853 at the
age of forty-two he was a member
of the United States Senate where
he was soon recognized and re-
spected, though not much loved.
In aspiration at least Benjamin
was an imaginative commercial
visionary, an empire builder. He
helped organize a railroad which
would ultimately link New Or-
leans with the North, the Gulf
with the Great Lakes, and at the
same time he busied himself with
plans to build a railroad and canal
across the narrowest part of
Mexico. He wanted to link New
Orleans, the South, the United
States, with the Pacific and the
Far East, with China and India.
It was during these days of the
1850's that President Pierce offer-
ed him a seat on the United States
Supreme Court. A few year later,
in 1858, President Buchanan ask-
ed him to accept the post of Minis-
ter to Spain, to the very land and
court which had persecuted Ben-
jamin's Spanish Jewish forebears.
He refused both offers. The irony
of representing his country in Ma-
drid must have appealed to him,
but acceptance was a luxury he
could not afford. Refusal was in-
evitable, inherent in the man. He
wanted to move ahead, not bury
himself as a judge in a black
shroud or minister to a second-
rate country of declining import-
ance. He needed money to main-
tain his expensive family.
We do not know, we may never
know, why Pierce saw fit to offer
him the nomination to the Su-
preme Court. Pierce, as a Demo-
crat, may have wanted to kick
him upstairs, or possibly to win
the support of Southern Whigs.
Maybe he was honestly eager to
put a great lawyer on the Su-
preme Court.
The Spanish post offered him
by Buchanan was no challenge, no
Israel's Ambassador Yitzchak Rabin (left) looks on
as Mrs. Milton S. Jacobson, of New York City, re-
elected national president of the Mizrachi Wom-
en's Organization of America presents the 1971
"American-Israel Friendship Award" to Sen. Stuart
Symington of Missouri. The presentation was a
highlight of the 46 national convention of Mizrachi
Women in Atlantic City, N.J.
invitation to a man of Benjamin's
stature. He faced a struggle for
leappointment to the Senate
now as a Democrat and he told
Buchanan that to refuse the Loui-
siana legislature an opportunity to
"pass judgment on HIS public
conduct" would fce an act of cow-
ardice.
Still not fifty years of age, he
was convinced that he would
find new worlds to conquer.
As a Southerner and a planter,
Benjamin inevitably became a se-
cessionist. Jefferson Davis, the
President of the Confederacy, ap-
pointed him his attorney general
and then secretary of war, but he
had to leave the latter post, for
the generals in the field were un-
happy with him and the masses of
the South had no affection for
him.
He was a Southerner politically,
not spiritually. The electorate
never identified with him nor he
with them. Davis, however, then
named him to the most important
job in the cabinet, secretary of
state. He was the brain of the
Confederacy. It was his task to
secure recognition of the new
country by the great European
powers. He failed, of course. The
tide of war had turned against
the South; U.S. Grant was in the
saddle.
In this hour of need as the
South tottered and struggled to
keep her footing. Benjamin at-
tempted one of the boldest strokes
in history. He was prepared to en-
franchise the slaves if they would
only fight for the Confederacy.
This meant that he was prepared
to live with them as free men,
free Americans. He promised Eng-
land to emancipate the slaves if
the British came to the aid of the
South.
But fate had passed the South
by; it was to be another hundred
years before the states south of
the Mason-Dixon Line would even
begin according Blacks any degree
of political equality.
Lee surrendered, and Benjamin,
a fugitive, fled to England. There
at the age of 55 he was admitted
to the bar, and almost over night,
owing to the publication of a
great legal textbook on sales, he
became one of the outstanding
lawyers of the Empire.
Judah P. Benjamin died in Paris
at his wife's home in 1884. It is
the judgment of history that he
was a great American, but what
manner of Jew was he?
Beyond the accident of birth he
was no Jew at all. He could not
even be goaded by anti-Jewish
prejudice to align himself with
Jews. Even when this pro-slavery
man was taunted by a Northern
senator as "an Israelite with
Egyptian principles," he was ap-
parently unmoved.
Both in the North and in the
South, he was attacked as a Jew,
but this man of talmudic mind
went calmly ahead, unruffled, un-
disturbed, unmoved as far as
we know. He never even became
a Jew by resentment. There is no
record that he ever did anything
of a positive active nature to ex-
press overt sympathy with the
Jews. He shared with them an an-
cestry and nothing more.
Retirees Plan Meeting
Retirees of New York District
No. 65 will meet Tuesday, Dec. 28.
at 1 p.m. in the American Savings
and Loan Association, 1200 Lin-
coln Rd., Miami Beach.
UM.S
Max Lerner
Sees It
SAN FRANCISCO One thing is clear from the whole
India-Pakistan imbroglio: Force is what will count, and not
words. The Pakistani leaders let themselves in for a repressive
action that left them vulnerable in the extreme in East Bengal,
and India sized the occasion and moved in to administer the final
blow. The Indian generals, admirals and' air marshals are riding
high, and reviving the traditions of ancient Indian military
prowness.
At the United Nations, where alone something might have
been done in time to stave off the killing and dying, the Rus-
sians have turned the Security Council into a privileged sanc-
tuary for India by Jacob Malik's formidable veto. Poor George
Bush, sleepless and bleary-eyed from his impossible labors as the
American warder in the U.N. wasteland, says that Pakistan is
like a man with his leg cut off, who needs a tourniquet, not an
amputation. But an amputation is what the sick man of Pakistan
will get, and he will have to hobble along on his Western leg.
To be sure, death is raining from sky and land and sea, not
only on the combatants but on the guiltless of both sides, young
and old, settlers and refugees. But death is a denizen of Asia of
longstanding. For centuries he has had appointments at count-
less Samarras, with the innocent as with the guilty, and today
he operates on a larger scale.
There are even some neo-Malthusian cynics who will tell you
that along with plagues and tamines. war is the effective way
by which the teeming, landless, unfed populations can be roughly
kept in check.
-6- & A
I RECALL FIRST TALKING WITH Indira Gandhi more
than a decade ago when I was teaching and writing in New Delhi,
and she was Nehru's daughter thoughtful, sensitive, with
searching mind and disciplined emotions. I knew at the time
that she would not stay out of a political career. But none of us
suspected how effective she would prove at it.
She has shown herself agile, subtle, strong beyond all pre-
diction. The letters about India and about world, history that her
father sent her from prison must have left a deep impact on her.
But even deeper was the experience of watching him as- he made
his decisions, of traveling throughout India, observing not only
how people live, but their deep undercurrents of faith and hope
and despair.
Usually, those who reach the chief-of-state positions are new-
men, upstarts, impelled by a power hunger. That is not true of
Indira Gandhi, who grew up at the top and learned the ways of
survival there. One can cite very few other instances of the sort,
and none of women, unless it be of great queens like Elizabeth,
who wielded her lonely power over England's great age of renais-
sance to which she gave her name.
Will the period of Mrs. Gandhi's power come to be called
perhaps the Indiran Age? If she succeeds in crippling Pakistan
an! reducing it to a minor limping strength on India's western
border, India will be master of the subcontinent. War is hell, said
Gen. Sherman. A German historian once wrote that war is the
health of the state. In actual historical practice, most heads of
state have operated between these two conceptions of war its
hell of suffering, its heaven of infusing the victor-state with a
strange hectic euphoria such as India is now experiencing.

* -fr
EVER SINCE STATEHOOD, Indian leaders, except for the
matchless figure of Gandhi, have played the role of finger-point-
ing moralistic onlookers at the feast of power. They have been
placed below the salt, given the leftover dishes reserved for poor
relations and called "economic aid," taught how to move into
the modern age. Nehru used to do a brilliant stint of scornful
attacks on America's "cold war mentality." its power hunger, its
lack of moral sensibility. And now it turns out that all along the
Indian leaders were waiting for the chance at seizing their own
place in the sun. And they are doing it.
If China is heady with its Asian power and its new world
prestige, if Japan has broken through into economic power at a
breakneck speed, if Russia and America play their dangerous
rcles at the dizzying heights of global power, there is at least a
South-Asian subcontinent for India to dominate, without any
deterrent power to oppose her. India knows that once there is a
Bangla Desh beachhead as an accomplished fact, the other world
powers will accept what has happened.
And when the war and the killings and the euphoria are
over? Then all the grim underlying problems will return and
little of anything will have been solved. But the place in the sun
will be there and let's hope it is warming.


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**Jen 1st) n>cridfH3ir
Friday, Decemb
er 17, 1971
Battery Powered Heart Pacemaker
Rechargable From Outside Body
j Pacemaker clinic, and lasts ten
nouis (c.g. during the night) with-
>ut discomfort to the patient."
When the experiments have been
[completed with animals wearing
implanted l'acomakers, the Pace-
maker will !>. sent to distinguished
i terj powered Cardiac Pace-
for implantation in the
rech Me bj radio \*
outside tiir body, lias been in-
U I for the treatment of heart
team working in the
l ibo itories of Electroies Depart-
i ml of the Weizmann Institute of
Science in Rehovot, Israel. Re-
char Ing of the batteries takes
a' (i1 10 hour-; and can he done
ai a clinic, with only an overnight
> t i > for the patient.
The Paccmalci r is in the form oi
an IsOMeleB iriinirk'. The length of
the sides; is two inches with a
U. sli^htlx under seven eighths of an
inch
Of the Bxed-rate typr>. with a uni-
polai endocaixttal catheter olec-
trode. the implantable rechargeable
Pacemaker, which delivers diph-
ao)e impulses to the heart, consists
of the ehnrftinK network and the
Pact naker itself. The batteries arc
periodically recharged through rtie^
skin from an external charger, at j
.in interval of several months. Both
the Pacemaker and charger con-!
i iln special safet) arrangements to
pro i le for <. nr-'ct main I -nance
ami charging of the bat! les; and;
In eh -ck the battery voltage at any
time. The pulse rate and p
maker pulse width are adjustable
and have been set at values of 72'
boats per minute and l.S millisec-
ond-- In the tests made so far.
Test.-d on dogs, the Pacemaker
showed good results. No discom-
fort oi h irmful influences were
observed. The new Pacemaker and
its sy>ien\s. || is believed offers
hope f new progr in Pace-
makers. Implanted Pacemakers
eir.r. 111!> in us require surgery for
rcpla ienvnt of batteries at inter-
vals :' approxl nately ix months.
The team effort was bended by

Dr. H. Fischler of Weizmann In-1 those thai might be encountered
stitule's Electronics Department, o! bj a patient during his dailj ac-
which Dr. Kphraim Frei, a pioneer tivities These included motor oars, 1
n MagneUsoi and .\l.iicii**,>jy*tae elect* drills, fluorescent tub- s. gas
head, and included Doctors E. lighters electric shave s, high fre-
Kaplinski and N. H. Neufeld of quencj generators, Tesla coils, and j
the Tel Hashomer Hospital and other electrical devices.
Heart Institute, Israel and Profes-
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Electrical Engineering at Columbia continuing, the inventors declare,
University. Dr. Bernstein has just:"" **W ,n;" """" reason-
returned from a year as a Fellow
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Tlw instrument developed is an
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patient with this Pacemaker."
The Rechargeable Cardiac Pace-
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U.S. cardiologists for clinical eval-
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man bein
'Iho Electro-Catheter Corpora-
tion of Kahway, >.'.J. has indicated
ts interest In manufacturing and
marketing the Pacemaker. It has
ncd an option for a world-wide
license from the Weismann Insti-
tute of Science,
The story, on the Paeeiil ikei w.is
made public by the New York of-
fiees of the Weizmann Institute of
Science.
economic, low voltage endocardia! R ,Vlnstoin> E. H. Frei H. N.
Pacemaker, using nickel-cadmium
batteries. It includes a regulator
Neufeld and E. Kanlinski, which
was presented Aug. 28 at the Inter-
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which keeps,tb* charging current lwtionaj Oonfefance on Medical
constant within a broad range o j and Biolo ica) Kn^incring in Mel-
location of the transmit ing coil. ^ AlwIralja;
which is necessary for a Ion? bat-
tery life, a passive circuit is in-> Summarizing their views on the
corporated which allows checking I Pacemaker, the paper says: "Thel
the voltage of the batteries extern- j practicality of the rechargeable j
ally by an electro-magnetic probe. Pacemaker is demonstrated by its
I small size, and In the effectiveness
The batteries are charged by a of pacing during animal experi-
small external transmitter placed ments.
on the patlenfs chest and does not '
interfere with his sleep. A mnni-, '"'oratory tests snowed high
toring meter shows whether the pperationnl stability of the Pace
>die the implanted maker it varying temperature and
Pacemake when the charging Is batters voltages, and rmmunitj
properlj completed the ti nsmitt .,,.,. ,
is turned off automatically. m Partial f'"!" "! "1" ,,:"-
lerj I he *: n prov id a mini-
Experiments were conducted to mum three month time interval far
assure immunity against external luccessive recharging of the bat-
electrical interferences, such as (cry: it can be performed at a
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cWishing Our friends
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As the candles burn brightly
May there be before you, too,
An image of the freedom
That we always must renew,
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'
letters to the editor

I IMTOK. The .leuish riuridian:
1 am replying to Melr Jaffee's
Ictiei about mv review of Dr.
Iforrl Spiro'i iM.ks on Israeli
kibbutzim because Mr. Jaffee has
made several errors in compre-
hension and he has attempted to
I .iini a picture of the prevent role
I kibbutzim which is wfjolly in-
rorrect and an affront to the ma-
; il Itj "f Israelis.
1. Mr. Jaffee does not under-
stand tnat several comsnents In
> review were culled from the
looks, although I agreed with
hem Dr. Spiro is as much in be
suited as I.
L'. The decline ol the kihuutx is
(tested by the fact thai its mem-
s now constitute only .!..v, of
the total population "i the coun-
try a sharp decline in L'.'t yean,
'! i iis Insignificant percentage,
anj are not living on their kib-
itzim, e.g., Teddy Kollak, Yigal
Yallon, Mi ir Jaffee himself and I
in name hundreds <>i others.
.".. Melr Jaffee need have no ap-
prehension that I 'tear this dy-|
namii movement." I do (ear that
the socialist aspect ol many Idb-
i 'iii have relegated Judaism, as!
religion, to second or third!
lace, ii not ti> complete limbo, in i
their lives, For many kibbutzniks,
socialism comes first, then na-1
tionalism and then some pica-
yune dedication to an almost sec-
ular form of religion. Let us not i
forget that the strength of Com-
munism is found in some Maimm
kibbutzim. Secularism is the priv-
liege of any Jew but speaking for I
myself, as a Jew. my ties, my '
connections, my associations with
Israel are through my religion. I
would not have devoted some 33
years of my life to Zionism and to
the establishment of a Jewish
homeland in Eretz Israel, if not
tor n \ religious belies. If only a
plao of refuge for the homeless
and those fleeing pogroms and con-
centratton camps was m essary. I
could have worked for the Terri-
torial Movement.
4. The time has long past when
kibbutzniks have the right to re-
gard themselves as the elite of
Israel. Israel is a democracy and
all who fought and died for Israel
came from all walks of Israeli
life. If the socialist adage "from
each according to his means and
to each according to his needs" is
-iill 'rue, than Mr. Jaffee should
cease pointing with pride because
his exhibitionism is an intimation
that the other Israelis are not
carrying their load or responsibil-
ity. Genesis 1918 shows how kib-
butz pride and conceit created
problems for David Ben-Gurion
during the War of Liberation.
5. Mr. Jaffe forgets the blood
aths and disruptions of families
ihat occurred in the 19,">0s In Kib-
tutz Ashdod Jacob and other kib-
nt/i n when members put their
ideology mo hired labor) above
the good and the need of the
State The country had to find
work for the new Immigrants and
ood production had to i>e Increas-
ed and many kibbutzim refused to
et the olim work for pay, since
lid not want the communal
ol life
6. Mr. Jaffee has forgotten that
lichim and some Israeli
liplomats In the early 1950s of-1
ended many American .lews by
displaying an Ignorance of Jewish
ritual and religious observance
even the proper use of a tallis. It
was the Mapam and some Mapai
kibbutz leaders who fought
against the Introduction of cours-
es in "Jewish consciousness" in
the Israeli schools. Some new dip-
: lomats had to be taught how to
conduct themselves in a syna-
gogue or temple in die United
siates or England.
7. Mr. Jaffee should know that
many kibbutz members leave af-
ter they have attended the univer-
sity or have completed their army
service. We had an old song. "How
are you going to keep them down
on the faun alter they have seen
Paree?"
8. Mr Jaffee should not play
with statistics about marriages
nnd divorces on kibbutzim since
statistics can lx> a double-edged
sword. How many kibbutz mem-
ben enjoy "trial marriage" which
is not a registered marriage and
therefore do not require legal
divorce?
9. Why didn't Mr. Jaffee have
anything to say about Carl Al-
|jert's column on the tawdry man-
ner in which many kibbutzim
evade the full payment of income
taxes0 Has Mr. Jaffee that same
contempt for American lack of
knowledge of Israeli life which
used to lx displaved in the early
!9.">fls by his predecessors? Mr.
Jaffee should have lxn>n in Wash-
ington Nov. 7 last and heard the
panels on social conditions on life
in Israel which was given by Heb-
rew Univerity professors who
spoke also alxiut the ""|>atrieians"
! (read the Ashkena/i politicians
and kibbutz leaders) who have lg-
I noted the problems of almost half
the population of Israel.
10. Mans kibbutzim are in ar-
rears in the payment of their rent
to the Jewish National Fund.
Even the rent that is paid is fat
I below the amount that should Im
', paid. The rents are those based
I on values and costs of 35 and
more years ago. Some kibbutzim
should be declared bankrupt, but
that cannot be done at the pres-
ent.
i
I though that the line that Mr
| Jaffee is trying to sell had been
1 long discarded since it has become
known that there are ordim from
kibbutzim and that while many
come, only a few remain. Honey-
moons do not last forever and
rosy-eyed youth ultimately learn
realism and the facts of life alter
bitter experience. I believe that
the the kibbutz as it existed and
I as many are at present will
change and the moshav will be-
come the institution of the future.
Sincerely yours.
SKVMOIR B. 1.1 KB MAN
Yitzhak Ben-Aharon, secretary-general of Hista-
drut, watches as Sen. EJward M. Kennedy (D-
Mass.) signs the guest book at one of two major
Histadrut hospitals he visited during his recent
trip to Israel. Sen. Kennedy compared notes wib
doctors at David Dubinsky Central Negev Hospital
in beersheba and Abraham Harzfeld Hospital in
Gedera.
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Bv RCTH SIKKIS
Vegetarian restaurants arc popping up rapidly like organic
mushrooms after the first rain. Their success can be attributed
to the growing concern with ecology, to youth rebellion against
their parents" eating habits, or both. Their prosperity can also
be explained by a simple fact: the food they serve Ls indeed very
tarty. We have sampled three such mod establishments in the
Lo- Angeles area and found it a refreshing change from the
o i:\cntional. Even their names are intriguing: "My Brother's
Keeper," "Hidden Health" and "HELP" (which stands for
Health, Education. Love and Peace). The menus feature salads.
colorful and freshly grated, vegetables that are steamed on the
spot, juices which are squeezed upon request and fragrant home-
baked, coarsely textured bread. The dishes are spiced with a
variety of organic seasonings, some of them delicious and new.
At the "Hidden Health" we were introduced to an eye-
catching Baled which we prepared at home. It is simple, beautiful
an I healthy, of course.
A GRATE (D) DISH
'.2 cup alfalfa sprouts ioptional I
Drevsing:
1/3 cup lemon juiice
1 .1 cup olive oil
Salt and pepjier
8 lettuce leaves
1 tomato
St ucumber
2 medium beets
: medium carrots
'_ avocado
1 t'.ils. sunflower seeds
Peel 'he beets and grate them i uncooked I on a fine grater.
It you hav, a rotary grater, use it. Peel and grate the carrots
into a separate bowl.
Mix the dressing ingredients and pour one-quarter over beets
me-quarter over carrots. Allow to marinate for 15 minutes,
Wash the lettuce leaves and pat dry. Arrange them neatly
i i wooden salad gowl, allowing the leaves to extend over the
Place the grated vegetables in two mounds over the lettuce
-. Sprinkle them generously with the alfalfa sprout-, if you
' hem.
Vash the tomato and slice it. Arrange the slices in a half
:n the bowl. Wash the cucumber well. Remove strips of
ngthwise, or make grooves In the peel lengthwise, using a
iork. Slice crosswise. fThe grooves will give the slices a pretty
Arrange the cucumber slices In a half circle opposite
: atoes.
I the avocado half, remove the .-ecd and place in the
on top of the mounds. Pour over it the remaining die-
sprinkle all over with the sunflower seed.
N'OTE: This salad can be eaten bj one person as a whole
or he divided between four who just want to taste.
ii Chocolate Mousse is one of the most delicious, delicate and
watering desserts. Its name may remind you of French
jour net cooking, which is indeed the case. The mousse is one of
Ihc prestige dishes of France, but I can assure you that it tastes
jusl as wonderful in our own Jewish kitchen. The mousse is a
i'Ii Lite molded cold dessert. Pletise note that the chilling time
is ill least four hours, so plan your time accordingly. Before serv-
lmo'.-l the mousse and garnish with whipped cream nosettes.
rhe compliments will not fail to come.
CHOCOLATE MOUSSE
! eggs G oz. semi-sweet chocolate
1 tsp. flour 3 this, hot water
1 3 cup sugar 1 tap. instant coffee
I cup milk 1 cup whipping cream
1'- this, gelatin
Separate the eggs. Beat the yolks, adding the sugar gradu-
all> while beating until they become thick and bright in color.
Add the flour and beat in the milk in a slow stream. Put this
ire in top of double boiler.
Soften the gelatin in one-third cup of water. (Kosher, parve
is a.\ dlable), Aril the softened gelatin to the yolk mix-
md heal over simmering water until the gelatin d&ssoh
etely and the mixture coats a m tal spoon. (II will take
5-7 minutes l,
Mell the chocolate on t i> of simmering water, or over very
''' heat; don't let it scorch. Add the 3 tablespoons water and
coffee to it. The chocolate should look like a fine, satiny paste.
Combine with yolk mixture, and allow to cool outside the re-
frigerator for about an hour, or till it becomes thick and almost
vn"t let it set I. Immediately whip the egg whites and fold
them into the mixture very gently. The mixture becomes now
fluffy and about double in volume.
Whip the cream till it stands in soft peaks and holds its
hope. Fold half of it in the mixture: reserve the rest tor gav-
nishing. Pour into a four cup mold. Cover with wax paper and
chill for at least four hours, or overnight.
To unmold. run a knife around the edges, then dip the mold
in hot water for ten seconds. Turn over a serving plate. Garnish
w-ith the whipped cream. Makes 8-10 servings.
(Copyright 1971, Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc.)
First 'Chanukah Torch Relay Festival' Sunday
/MRS. JtffRtY TANEN
Mrs. Jeffrey Tanen
Will Receive Award
Natalie (Mrs. Jeffrey) Tanen.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Perlman, 511 SW 39th Ct has
been selected to receive the 1971
"Outstanding Four-Year Scholar"
award sponsored by the Alumni
Association of the University- ol
Florida.
The honor was bestowed U|x>n
Mrs. Tanen tiy tne Hon. Doyle C
Conner, president of the Alumni
Association, during the univer-
sity's commencement exercises
Saturday morning.
.Mrs. Tanen. who has also been
honored by Phi Beta Kappa and
Phi Kappa Phi, has received a full
scholarship for the University ol
Miami graduate school.
The Jewish Youth Council of
Greater Miami composed ol
youth from United Synagogue
Youth. National Conference of
Second Performance In
Chamber Music Series
The second periormanee in the
Chamber Music Series at the Mi-
ami Beach Public Library will be
held Wednesday from 2 to 3 p.m.
featuring the Mann Chamber
Music Ensemble
Instrumentalists in tho group
include pianist Fania Mann, vio-
linist Bogdan Chruszcz, Demetrio
Brid. viola, and Vittorio Colombo.
cello.
Synagogue Youth. Southeast Fed-
eration of Temple Youth. Young
Judea, B'nai B'rith Youth Organ
zatlon and the YM-YWHA of
I Greater Miami with Mrs. Vivian
Becker of the YMHA staff as c<>-
| ordinator is planning Dado
I County's -First Chanukah Torch
I Belay Festival" at Miami Beach.
I Sunday trom 5-6 p.m.
I a freedom torch will be carried
I by Maecabce runners up Washing-
ton Avenue from First to 22nd St.
A program ol candlelighting, danc-
ing and singing will follow at the
| Miami Beach High School. 2231
Prairie Ave. Miami Beach All
Jewish youth of Dade Count \ an
I urged to participate.
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South Pacific Journey
PART IX
BACK THOUSANDS OF YEARS IN TIME
By J. I. FISHBEIX
Editor and Publisher. The Chicago Sentinel
Although only the hardy traveler covering the South
Pacific ventures into the jungle-clad land of New Guinea, we
personally found it to be the high point of the trip.
The island is really split almost equally in two. with part
of it belonging to Indonesian-controlled West Irian, and the
ether a territory administered by Australia. The second largest
non-continental island in the world (after Greenland). Papua-
NVw Guinea hovers like a giant bird above Australia. In the near
future, it will be given its independence.
Henry Arnott. marketing projects manager for Qantas Air-
lines in the United States and Canada, points out, "It's got it all
over Africa in many ways.
There's no place in the world where you can observe primi-
tive man meeting head on with the 20th Century the way you
can in New Guinea." he observed. 'The country offers you tropi-
cal areas along the coast and interesting highlands. And there's
IK place else where things are under such control that you can
observe the phenomenon of an almost caveman-like culture be-
ing exposed to modern civilization "
New Guinea lies just South of the Equator and is only a 24
hour flight from Sydney. It is a land of startling contrasts, peo-
pled by stone-age^nen being thrust in one lifetime into the
space age. It is a land of scattered tribes, many mutually hostile,
many still dominated by sorcery, speaking over 700 languages
And above all it is a land of incredible beauty of awe-inspiring
mountains, plunging gorges and rushing rivers. Life expresses
itself in a wealth of tropical flowers, in gorgeous Birds of Para-
dise, in a riot of tropical vegetation and tangled rain forests.
Exuberant scenery in on every hand, for throughout the territory
nature does nothing by halves; in Papua-New Guinea you'll see
primitive man alive and colorful beyond belief. You'll see 10,000
years of human progress re-enacted boforc your eyes. You'll see
a new nation actually being forged. And you'll see scenic beauty
an a wildly spectacular scale.
Port Moresby, the territory capital and seat of administra-
tion, is the major point of entry to Papua-New Guinea. It has a
population of 50,000 including nearly 36.000 indigenes, mostly
from other territory areas, 10.000 Europeans and a few thou-
sand Chinese and mixed-race people. It spreads along seven
miles of undulating coastal country, has a magnificent harbor
and many points of interest one must see. These include the
House of Assembly, the Museum, Hanuabada Village. Koki Mar-
ket. Bomana War Cemetery. Rouna Falls, the start of the Kokoda
Trail, the new university and the rubber plantations at Sogeri.
From Moresby you can take short flights to fascinating spots
like Kokoda. Tuti. Wanigela and Tapini.
Our guide, a lovely young woman, typified the transposition
taking place in New Guinea today. She had two years of college
training, was well read and sophisticated. Her grandparents, how-
ever, still lived in a small village somewhere in the interior. We
visited her aunt's home, built on stilts high above the water, and
accessible only by crossing a narrow, rickety, homemade hanging
bridge of ancient planks that threatened to collapse at any mo-
ment. The family's pride possession were some shriveled heads
that we suspect are still used in religious ceremonies.
We remained in Port Morseby only long enough to
see the main sights, purchased a few rare Sepik River masks for
our collection, and flew on to Lae. commercial center and gate-
way to the Highlands.
This fine, modern town has been completely rebuilt after
bung devastated in World War II. Situated on the Huon Gulf,
I-ic is a busy port with a population of nearly 18,000 indigenous
people and 4.000 Europeans In the heart of town, one finds the
magnificent War Cemetery and the Botanical Gardens, where
every known species of native flora is grown in a herbarium.
Lae also has the territory's only 18-hole golf course, money-
saving Chinese shops, a native market and many places that sell
native arts and crafts.
Lae has some industries, including glass factories, timber
mills (exporting to Japan), plywood manufacturing, and other
small plants. Cocoa and coconut plantations line the roads lead-
ing from the city. We were told the minimum wage, more often
also the maximum, is $7.50 per week. Sometimes as many as 10
people live in a two-bedroom shack. Old folks especially, suffer
from cancer of the mouth as a result of chewing the beetle nut
which dulls their hunger for food.
At the native market, all items are priced at ten cents. This
is because few people are able to handle money, and the one-
price policy simplifies things for everybody. Here, we were in-
troduced to the pidgin English most New Guineans must learn
to use. It depends primarily on where the emphasis is placed.
For example, one big sign reads: TAMBU (Forbidden) YU-
NOKEN (You Cannot) KAIKAI BUA (chew beetlenut)
LONG MARKET (in the market). The word for young boy is
MANKI, which we thought sounded very much like "monkey."
We paid ten cents for a half dozen bananas and our guide
bawled us out for encouraging inflation. She said the wily native
had "seen us coming." We should have gotten a dozen, for our
dime.
Our guide told us that few of even the more successful New
Guineans consider their living quarters important. They prefer
to sleep on mats and to spend their money instead on bikes,
radios, and watches. We had one rather interesting experience.
' Continued On Pago 10-C
President Zalmcm Shazar of Israel, (left) re-
ceives from the world chairman of the Keren
Hayesod, Ezra Z. Shapiro, an anthology of
poems of Chuim Nahman Bialik compiled
by Chaim Orlan of Cleveland. The book
was published by Dvir, in cooperation with
the Cleveland Bureau of Jewish Education
and the Cleveland College of Jewish Studies.
It contains essays by the foremost Hebrew
essayists, authors and publicists of this ran-
tury. Among the essays and reviews of
these distinguished authors me essays by
President Shazar and the lcte President
Dr. Chaim Weizmann and Yuzhak Ben Zvi.
This little can
will keep mosquitos out,
decorate your car grill,
protect you on the road,
take you fishing and
help roast your turkey.
Remember all those cans you've tossed away?
Well, electricity is giving them a new life. A life
that begins at aluminum recycling centers all
over the country. Like the three here in Florida.
For instance, with the help of Floridians who
care about their environment, the Reynolds Alu-
minum Reclamation Center in Coral Gables, Flor-
ida, receives thousands of cans daily.
The cans enter the complex electric process of
being sorted and shredded. Then made ready for
melting and re-use. Like window screens, highway
guard-rails, boat hulls and, of course, aluminum foil..
So, the next time you look at a clean, beautiful
park, or picnic in a place that looks the way nature
intended it to look, remember electricity. _
.. 'It's not only part of the solution to cleaning up;
the environment, but is ingeniously giving old cans
a new life.
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December 17. 1971
^Je^istnctkUain
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This Week In History...
19S1
"one
tMrs Ago Thta Week:
e alien registration
last gasps of 200 percent
Ucanism, a device of self- pro-
i inferiority which is psychic
origins." Rabbi Stephen S.
assaih'd Herbert Hoovers
sement of it as "lamentable
jj,y to which a President of
Salted States should scorn to
|Jewish worker of Wilna was
Wed I" 18 months for alleg-
fbeatin.; a soldier and a Christ-
Coman, neither of whom ap-
d in court and neither of
names was disclosed.
eph Paul Goebbels. Hitler's
lenanl. denied a Communist
thai his wife was Jewish.
he Rumanian Embassy in
Eington denied its govern-
[ts endorsement of anti-Semi-
1 Parliament speech, saying:
government has not approv-
Iny policy save that which has
officially declared, the re-
of which can be seen by its
lilts The next day, Rumania
the I "zei nowitz Jewish High
I as an "economy" measure,
abbi Isaac Aaron Verdzovitch
of Vladivostock, USSR, was re-
leased from prison after 10 months
when the authorities conceded ho
had not helped Jews across the
Chinese frontier.
10 Years Ago This Week: 1961
rating to Israel," and urged "great
protest not only from Individual
nations like the US but also from
the UN."
Moss Hart, president of the
Dramatists' Guild, Pulit/.er-win-
; ning co-author of "You Can't
HrfJel Professionals And Rabbis Attend Conference
question of whether today's stu-
dents, as some authorities report,
have indeed "turned inward." This
development has implications both
Attorney Robert Servatius, ap- ~,T ", v "*. v"\" l
aiing Adolf Kichmann's death ?_IR \"u.. ***"
'of My tair Lady, died in Palm
Springs at 57.
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re Vontmarlre Hotel, it
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perlecl hostels' Oelecta-
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ill er an atmosphere as
kuiious as that ol a Cor
option Ball And you'll
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airy in tbe world, be-
cjuse your party is at the
peaiing
sentence, admitted: "It was no
surprise to him. After all, he him-
self did not expect to rejoin his
family again as a free man." Ser-
vatius gave 10-1 odds the sentence
would never be carried out.
The American Nazi Party was
"withering on the vine." the Anti-
Defamation League said.
Mrs. Florence G. Heller of Chic-
ago gave Brandcis University $1 |
million for a Florence Heller
Graduate School for Advance |
Studies in Social Welfare.
The Knesset voted 36-18 to grant
former members of the Irgun Zvei
Leumi and the Lochamei Herut
Yisrael the same pension rights as
Hagana veterans.
Franz Hoffman, former deten-
tion chief at Dachau, got life im-
prisonment for the murder of two
Jews. Three ex-Nazi leaders got
12, four and four years for com-
plicity in 1.000 Jewish deaths.
Sen. Jacob K. Javits (R-N.Y.)
found "a determined governmental
policy against allowing Soviet
Jews who wish to do so from mig-
WASHINGTON. DC. Ninety
rabbis and H i 11 e 1 professionals
from 85 schools will attend the
international conference of Hillel
directors next week at Grossing-
er, N.Y. The conference will focus
on the critical issue, both ideo-
logical and operational, which con-
front the largest body of Jewish
campus workers in the world.
Great interest Ls anticipated for
discussion of the controversial
teteitete
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friends that have to be accommodated, one way or another.
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Culture' Course Is
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'
A course in "Music of Hebrew
Culture" will be offered at the
University of Miami School of
Music starting next February.
The course will be a non-tech-
nical introduction to Hebraic
sacred music, folk music and art
music through lectures, live i>er-
formances, recordings and films,
and is being offered as a part of
the recently approved Jewish
Studies Program on campus.
Instructors of the three-credit
course, which will be given from
3:05 to 4:20 p.m. on Tuesdays and
Thursdays, will be Dr. Raymond
Barr of the U-M music literature
department and Mrs. Kdith Gold,
a Jewish Music socialist and an
area music reviewer.
"We feel there is a definite
need and demand for such a
course on our campus and in the
community," said Dr. Robert L.
Parker, acting chairman of the
department of music literature.
"The course will attract people
with no previous knowledge of
music, and it is an attempt to re-
late to music in the community as
well."
The new course will be accept-
ed for credit by the U-M School
of Business Administration as a
humanities requirement and by
the College of Arts and Sciences
as a fine arts requirement, Dr.
Parker said.
BBW Chapter Party Tuesday
The Business and Professional
Women of B'nai B'rith Emma
Lazarus Chapter will hold a
Chanukah Party Tuesday at 7:30
p.m. in the home of Harriet
Cohen, president, 3183 Chase Ave.
\\\ members and guests are in-
vited to attend. Proceeds will go
to Leo N. Levi Arthritic Hospital,
Hot Springs, Ark.
for the campus in general, as the
1972 elections approach, and for
I he future direction of Jewish stu-
dent programs. Dr. Norman Frim-
er, conference chairman, notes.
Mayor Lindsay's Assistant
Young Israel's Speaker
Dr. Marvin Schick, assistant to
Mayor John Lindsay, will speak at
the Young Israel Chanukah party,
at Young Israel of Greater Miami
synagogue, 990 NE 171st St., 8:30
p.m. Sunday.
Dr. Schick. who is responsible
for New York City intergroup re-
lations and higher education pro-
grams, will talk on "Jews in
American Politics." The public is
invited.
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MARTHA FROST, VOICE SPECIALIST
1510 Alton Road, Miami Beach, Florida
PHONE 672-7560
A Happy Chanukah To All .
CURTISS PHARMACY
3964 Curtiss Parkway, Miami Springs, Florida
PHONE 871-5020
ABRAMS-KOTKIN INC.
PHIL ABRAMS WHOLESALE JEWELRY
KOTKIN'S JEWELRY
Seybold Building Phone 379-6436 and 371-8525
A Happy Chanukah To All .
HERBERT SIEGEL PAINTING AND DECORATING
FREE ESTIMATES Phone 947-6894
17018 West Dixie Highway, North Miami Beach, Florida
HAPPY HOLIDAY GREETING TO ALL
TURK PAINTING COMPANY
260 N.W. 199th Street, Miami, Florida
Phone 625-0536
A Happy Chanukah To All .
PARISI'S RESTAURANT
16301 Biscayne Blvd., North Miami Beach, Florida
Phone 947-5350
Happy Holidays to our Patrons From .
McKINNEY SUPPLY COMPANY
300 N.E. 71st Street, Miami, Florida
PHONE 751-8543
A Hcrppy Chanukah To All .
MIAMI BEACH RADIO COMPANY
Complete Sheet Music and Record Department
1229 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida
Phono 672-7575
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL
JIMMY'S PAINTING t DECORATING
INTERIOR EXTERIOR
7155 Rue Notre Dame, Miami Beach, Florida
PHONE 866-2576
Gulfstream Offers
Day At The Races'
At Reduced Rates
A "day at the races" for social
or charitable organizations is pro-
vided under four jwpuiate plans
by Gulfstream Park.
Groups can be accommodated
on Tuesdays. Thursdays and Fri-
days during the Jan. 17 through
March 2 race meet by making ar-
rangements in advance with the
Gulfstream Park Information De-
partment.
The gTOUpi accommodated in
this manner will receive recogni-
tion on the program with the race
named in their honor, plus a win-
ner's circle presentation cere-
mony. Trophies can be provided
il desired.
The first of the four plans of-
fers groups of 35 or more [>ersons
grandstand admission and siiecial
reserved seating at a reduced rate.
A club may add to club funds by j
booking its membei-s at the regu- I
lar price and allocating the sav- I
ings to the club treasury.
Plan two gives club members
admission to the clubhouse with
leserved seating if the group in-
cludes 35 or more persons. The
group rate offers organizations an
opportunity to add to club funds
through the saving.
Number three in the Gulf-
stream four-plan program pro-
vides for a luncheon in the club-
house dining room as well as the '
clubhouse admission and reserved
seating. For a large gathering of
60 |iersons or more, plan four ot-
ters a clubhouse buffet luncheon,
plus admission and reserved seat-
inf.
These plans attract many or- J
ganizattaltt wh" conic to the track
to meet fellow members and share
in mutual Interests Hi olub .or
group < matters, at the same time
en jo y i n g the beauty that has
made Gulfstream Park one 61
South Florida's major year
around tourist attractions.
ssued
Guide For Parents I
By Rabbinical AssociafiJ
The Rabbinical Association of Greater Mi
STAR TRAVEL
226- 71st Street
MIAMI BEACH
865-0357
A Happy Chanukah To AIJ
BURGER KING
Home of the Whopper-
Serving the Greater
Miami area
A Happy Chanukah To AH
METRO PLYWOOD
COMPANY
8921 S.W. Bird Road
' Miami, Fla.
Phone 221-3411
811 N.E. 125th St,
North Miami. Fla.
Phone 891-5881
Holiday Greetings To All
ARCH CREEK
LUMBER COMPANY
15255 West Dixie Highway
North Miami Beach, Florida
Phone 947-3441
Jewish Parents Regarding Christmas" ha-= been"1' 5*3
name of the Association by RBbM Eugene Labovi?? -'
Ner Tamid. president of the Association.
"The Guide." said Rabbi Labovitz. "is in
many inquiries by countless Jewish families in theSp0ns''
ity. It is being issued in order to assist Jewish m* ?
confusion and conflict which the holiday posesfcTJi.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff. director of the Greater Miamu
Federation's Community Chaplaincy Service and
vice president of the Rabbinical Association of GreatT?
has distributed the Guide below to the various rabbis
out the State of Florida, as well as to the Jewish Fe
throughout the state.
Q. Isn't Christmas a national holiday which all I
observe in good conscience? '
A. Banks and government agencies do close, but oi
all things, Christmas is a major Christian holy day *
celebrates the birth of Jesus, the Christian Messiah To
gest to our Christian friends that Christmas is anythmj!
would be presumptuous. Christmas is not in the samecatM
as Thanksgiving Day, Fourth of July, Decoration Dcy, 9
other American holiday. Since we do not regard Jesus as o
savior, we can not in good conscience observe Christina.
do so is to violate curereligious principles.
Q. How do Christian clergymen and the resp
Christian laity regard the problem?
A. Responsible Christian leaders bemoan the serve
of the Christmas season and are trying to do something c
it. Christian clergymen and laymen constantly sDeak
against the commercialization of the Christmas celebra,
It is a religious holiday, and should be regarded as suck]
Q. Would it not be the better part of discretion
alona" with our Christian neighbors, even if it means i
ing Christmas?
, ,. A. No matter involving violations of strona relioious
Victions ccm "be regarded as trivial or minor' The true I
of Americanism woufd never compel anyone to act :r. l
Tlict with his freedom of conscience. Qur eoriy Amera
forebears came to these shores precisely for the'oopora
HvwoTsrYip CM according to the dictates of the:: hearts.
Q. What about the Christmas tree?
A. The Christmas tree is -distinctively a Christmas XL
bol. Since' Christmas is for Christians, the Christmas trsej
appropriate for Christians only. .Xh.6'Christmas tr.ee has:
. plpce yi.Jbe Jewish home, nor should any Jew.sh chile I
compelled .to participate in observances involving Ckrisa11
trees. '
Q. Should Jewish children participate in Christmas |
ties in the public schools?
A. Parties designated as Christmas parties or hi
the appearance of Christmas parties, have no place in
public schools. Winter or year-end parties of a generc.:
lure are acceptable.
Q. Is it appropriate to give gifts to Christian friends'
A. It is appropriate to give Christmas gifts to our >
tian friends. However, it is nol appropriate to present C:J
mas gifts to Jews.
Q. Should Jewish children participate in Christmas ?*
in public schools.
A. No. Christmas plays generally portray rel:T-
themes which have no place in a public school. Ontheot.
hand, some schools hold a so-called "Winter Festive:
which an attempt is made to avoid all reliqious ~^'
But it is smetimes difficult to draw the distinction. "
If the:
Holiday Greetings To All
MacVICAR WELLS INC.
3445 North Miami Avenue
MLinjiJVorida
.Phone ,373-4611
ents feel that the performance is free of all religious over
children may certainly participate.
Q. Should Jewish children sing Christmas carols
A. No. Carols being religious hymns, do not belo
the public school. Jewish children should not I
to sing hymns which embody a theoloqy they do ncta-
Neutral songs that have no religious references howeve.
acceptable.
Q. Do we harm our children by directing them '
participate?
A. No. The classroom is one among many P]ace^
reveals the existence of differences. We further our chi*^
personal growth and maturity by teaching them that :
respect the faith of their neighbor without embiacC-
s by sucl
and "This
faith. We can clearly mark these differences by suC" ',
statements as. "This is what we do," *
do not do."
Q. What about other Jewish children who par***
Christmas observances in the public schools?
A. There are now, as there always have been, p


December 17, 1971
* lewisHhr/cttam
Page 9-C
ilcren
o net accept the viewpoint of responsible Jewish lead-
h -i They proceed on their own v/hen they permit their
to participate in Christmas observances. This con-
the children of parents who do follow the throughtful
orr.mendations of Jewish, leadership.. ,
swish parents will help their children most if they (1)
bceft diversity in the ranks of Jewry as a normal condition
the American environment; (2) know and understand the
Uniting of responsible Jewish leadership and recognize that
los" patents are anxious to follow it; and (3) assure their
lilcion that despite the participation of seme Jewish children,
i8h leaders have taken a strong position for non-participa-
M in observances of a holiday not their own and that
lis is also their position.
g. Would not the entire problem be solved in the public
bc-J by joint Christmas and Chanukah celebration?
A. No. It is a violation of the Constitution to observe any
Lctaiian holiday in the public school, be it joint observance
[Otherwise. We do not correct an error by compounding the

3. Should Chanukah be celebrated in the public schools?
A. No. To do so violates the Constitution, uses the tax-
it: s money for sectarian purposes and jeopardizes the
K.ple of the separation of church and state, without which
en can be no religious freedom.
Dr. Avraham Soltes has
been appointed chancel-
lor of the three year old
American College in Je-
rusalem, which has just
moved to a new campus
in the Beit Hakerem sub-
urb. Dr. Soltes, a native
cf New York, earned his
B.S.S. degree horn the
City College of New
York and his M.A. degree
in psychology and edu-
cation from Columbia
University.
We wish our friends and patrons the compliments
of the season. May the coming year bring
you the success for whi ch you are
striving, the happiness you
are craving, the good
health to enjoy
th Festive Chanukah Greetings
To All...
America na
Oceanfront at 98th Street
fappy Chanukah To All
DOLLY'S FLORIST
?00 N.W. 7th Avenue
F-ne 681-6688
MR. & MRS.
BERNARD CHARKOSKY
CAVALIER
HOTEL
,320 OCEAN DRIVE
Phone 531-7661
|A Happy Chanukah To All
CABMEN
Beauty Salon
1604 WASHINGTON AVE.
Miami Beach
A Happy Chanukah To All .
BEATRICE LA VERNE
DANCE STUDIO
1017 96th Street Bay Harbor Island
PHONE: UN6-5675
--------------------------HOLIDAY GREETINGS
RED TOP
TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO.
2206 N.W. 7th AVENUE SMALL JOBS OUR SPECIALTY
MOVING-STORING-PACKING-CRATING
Phene 379-6163 "Serving Miami Since 1917"
ittf
^r
OCCIDENTAL ELECTRIC CORP.
Sales and Service Carrier Air Conditioners
1453 S.W. 8th Street. Miami
Phone: 373-1466 R.Cruz Pina, Pres.
ORLANDO
BEAUTY SALON
No Fooling Orlando
Makes You Beautifull
666-9733
MONDAY & FRIDAY *il 9 p.'m.
5718 S W. 72nd STREET
(Sunset Drive)
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
JENSEN-HANSEN FURNITURE
450 Biltmore Way, Coral Gables
Phone 444-7469
A Happy Chanukah To All .
FOUR STAR POULTRY and PROVISIONS, INC.
2180 N.W. 13th Ave. Phone 633-8617 Miami, Fiona*
* *
A Happv Chanukah To All
DADE
APPAREL
405 E. 10th Court, Hialeah
Phone 887-0352
To A
Greetings
TAMIAMI
PLUMBING
CO., INC,
James t. Burgin
Serving South Dade County
and South Miami
8S25 SO. DIX>E HIGHWAY
Phone MO 7-8831
A Har^v Chanukah To All .
DECOR IflFC.
9446 Harding Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 866-0905
Best Wishes To All For A
Happy Chanukah
NATIONAL BRANDS
and
STATE BEVERAGES
A Happy Chanukah To All .
COUNCILMAN
TONY DELEONARDIS
and Wife Eileen
OF NORTH MIAMI BEACH
A I
appy Chanukah To AD
HENRY NIELSEN
FLOORS & INTERIORS. INC.
4200 N.W. 2nd AVENUE
PHONE 758-4446
"FEATURING THE FINER FLOORS"
ACE
EMBROIDERY
3664 N.W. 48th Terrace
Miami 634-0228
A Haopy Chanukch To All .
CITY GAS CO. OF FLORIDA
955 E. 25th St., Hialeah 691-8710
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO OUR
MANY FRIENDS IN SOUTH FLORIDA
DENMARK'S ART STONE CO.
12351 N.W. 7th AVENUE NORTH MIAMI
IRVING J. DENMARK, President
GREETINGS FROM
DOMINION'S T. V. SERVICE
4017 PRAIRIE AVENUE "* M.AM. BEACH
532-3031____
A Happy Chanukch To All .
VOLPE TOURS
1502 Washington Avenue Miami Beach
Ph. 532-7326
CALL US FIRST $
A Happv Chanukah To All .
APPLIANCE MASTERS, INC.
3000 N.W. 77th Court
Phone 888-5251
A Happy Chanukah To All .
CENTRAL ROOFING & SUPPLY CO., INC
SPECIALIZING IN REROOFING & REPAIRS
15700 W. Dixie Hwy., N. Miami Beach 945-2666
A Happy Chanukah To All .
FOIR FREEDOMS HOTEL
and
PRESIDENT MADISON HOTEL
A Happy Chanukah To All .
SALOX ne COMFFM RE
6113 S.W. 8th STREET
PHONE 264-5395


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SOUTH PACIFIC
Continued From Page 6-C
Having nothing to do at night, we declflod to visit an English
movie in town. We left at intermission, as is the custom, were
given 'pass-out" tickets good for re-entry. Since we did not plan
to return, we offered them to some young men lolling about
outside. Unfortunately, they did not understand what they
were good for. and so they were wasted.
The c'ay o left Port Moresby, there was an item in the
piper which dramatically illustrates the problems New Guinea
faces coming into the 20th Century.Headlined "Seven Who Ate
Man Freed." the article read:
"Seven Papuans were acquitted in the Supreme Court to-
day of charges involving cannibalism.
The court had been told earlier that they had cut up and
eaten with sago parts of the body of a man called Suinagi last
May
"Mr. Justin- Prentice, in a reserved judgment said cannibal-
ism was not improper or Indecent in the men's community.
'The:- is nn specific charge of cannibalism in territory law
and the seven had pleaded not guilty of charges of Improperly
and indecently interfering with a corpse charges taken from
Queensland law.
"Sumagi had killed a man with an axe and was then shot
1 by an arrow fired by his victim's brother.
"Mr. Justice Prentice -aid all sewn readily admitted their
complicity.
"One cannot coir vivo that the legislature would have In-
led to impose uniform standards of decency and propri-
et) on al! the peoples of this country.' he said "
There i> so much to see and write about in this fascinating
land that all we can do Is to haw the barest outline. One should
really spend months here instead of the ten days allotted. But
one has to do the best he can. and so the i ext lay we left by
ilong the tortuous road into the Highlands, which everyone
agrees is by far the most exciting part of New Guinea. We will
tell you about it next week.
+Jf**i$fifh>rkflnn
Rabbi Hertzberg To Provide
'Another View Of Israel'
tabbi Arthur Hert/berg. back standing ability as a scholar and
in ;'ie United States after a year lecturer.
in Israel, will provide "Another
Since 1961, Dr. Hert/berg has
been on the Graduate Faculty at
Columbia University. He is the
president of the Conference on
Jewish Social Studies, and chair-
man of the Synagogue Council of
America's Commission on Rela-
tions with the World Council of
Churches and Vatican.
Among the outstanding books
authored by Dr. Hertzberg are
"The French Knlightenment and
the Jews" and "The Zionist
Idea." He was also consulting edi-
tor to the recently published
"Encyclopedia Judaica." and has
written many articles for both
scholarly and popular magazines.
Tickets will be sold at the door
for those who are not subscribers
to the series.
LEGAL NOTICE
It AIM AKTHUK HMZBtKG
View of Israel" when he speaks
Sunday morning as part of the
Greenfield lecture series at
Temple Israel of Greater Miami.
A member of the Executive of
the Jewish Agency (World Zion-
ist Organization), Dr. Hertzberg
created heated discussion last
summer when he spoke of poverty
in Israel and other problems
which he said were being ignored.
Since returning to the pulpit of
his Conservative congregation in
Englewood, N.J., he has been
greatly in demand as a speaker.
Those who heard him at Temple
Israel last year recognize his out-
Isroeli Educators Engaged
To Teach Religious School
Two licensed Israeli educatora,
in-t rut-tors at the Hebrew A cad
emy of Miami Beach, have beer
engaged to teach the Ahavat Sho-
lom Congregation's Religious
School. 985 SW fi7th Ave. Aron
Ben-Aron and Zvi Saks teach be-
ginning and advanced Hebrew,
Bible history and ethical conduct
In addition to the training for
Bar and Bat Mitzvahs. individual
and "special" instruction is avail-
able, if desired. Interested, persons
should call Norman Richman. ed-
ucational director, for additional
information.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 71-23303
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN THE INTEREST OF.
JOYI IE CHANEL WEKERI-E. and
K1MHKRLY PATRICIA WEKERLE,
mfriors
YOU. ALEXANDER WEKERI-E.
whose residence Is 4853 Snowden Ave-
nue, Low Angeles. California, are no-
tified to serve a copy of your answer
lo petition for adoption filed in the
Interest of your children with the
Petitioners attorney, ALVtN E. EN-
TrN, 7630 Blscayne Boulevard, Mi-
ami Florida and file the original
With the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before January 12, 1972. other-
wise a default will be entered.
DATED this 2nd day of December,
tan.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk
By: C. P. COPELAXD
12/10-17-24-31
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 71-23299
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN RE: The Marriage of
FRANK PARSONS
Husband.
JANKT ANN PARSONS
Wife.
YOL\ JANET ANN PARSONS,
whose residence Is Oshakopee. St
Paul. Minnesota, are notified to serve
a copy of your answer to Complaint
for Dissolution of Marriage tiled
against you by Petitioner-Husbands
attorney. ALVIN E ENTIN, at 7630
Hlscayne Houlcvard, Miami. Florida
and file the original with the Clerk
of this Court on or before the IJUl day
of January. 1S72: otherwise a de-
fault will be entered against vou.
DATED this 2nd day of December.
I!'7I.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk
By: C. P. COPELAND
(Circuit Court Seal)
12/10-17-24-31
UCM HBTKI
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, ROBERTO SCSI, Miami
Beach. Florida; ALFREDO SUSHI.
Miami Beach. Florida: JOSE SUS1.
Miami Beach. Florida did on the 23rd
day of April. A.D. 1965 cause to be
incorporated under the laws of the
State of Florida RAJS HOMES NO.
:>, INC. a corporation, with its prin-
cipal place of business at Mianti
Beach, Dade County in the State of
Florida, and whereas such corporation
did on the 30th day of November,
A.D. 1!"71. cause to he filed In the
office of the De]t:irimi'ul of State of
the State of Florida, the documentary
authority required under Section gos.-
27, Florida Statutes, showing the dis-
solution of such corporation.
Now. therefore, the Secretary of
stnti' doee hereto certify to the fore-
going and thai he is satisfied thai
the requirements of the Ian havi
been complied with.
IX vv ITNBS8 WHERE-
i 'K, I li;i\ e tier, unto set
my hand and have af-
fixed the I In .11 Seal of
the State of Fl 11 Id 1 1
Tallahassee, the Capital
this the SOth das of No-
vember, A 11 1971.
RICHARD (DICKl STt >NB
I......ry of State
12 17 Tl
IfSM NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-4670
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
RACHEL GOLD DAVISON
a/k/a RACHEL GOIJ>
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 RACHEL GOLD DAVI-
SON, a/k/a RACHEL GOLD de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida.
J^^Decerobw ,7
"GAIMOTIC!
the undersign.,L d?JHj *> ...
%T?orfSsS
OaRALDCANTO^p^Wt.
IN
-" 12.3-10.,,

ceasea lute or Dade County. Florida. *, 70-4405 (Clark? E
to the County Judges of Dade Coun- ,.N,OT,CE To CREnirL.
tv. and file the same in duplicate and ,?Fi E8tat- l'"EDIT0Rs
as provided in Section 7Sl.lt, Florida "JfcuAM CECIL KXIQHii
Statute* In ll,..ir .,<'....... ... .1... ...... Dei-ras..,! "'Oil
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County. Flo-
rid;!, within sis calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of or the same will lie barred
I al Miami. Florida, this 9th
da) of December, A l> IJ71
.It'HN DAVISON
v- Executor
Fust publication of this notice on
tin 17th day of December, 1971
MARK 8ILVER8TEIN
Attorney for Executor
iL'n Lincoln Road
.Miami Beach, Florida
Ti I, 538-0571
12 IT--.-4-.il 1 7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
thi undei ring to engafi In
business under the fictitioui name of
JODE1 I. MANAGEMENT at I
rldlan Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida
to register said ram.- with
the 1 "li 11 01 the 1 Sri uli 1 "dui t ( Dade
Ci untv. Florida
rtlCHARD 11 VRRIS ENTERPRISES
INC,
A Florida 1 orporatlon
By: Harris Goldberg, Prei Ident
RICHARD ORl >8H
Attoi neys for
Richard Harris Enterprises Inc
1:.....I Sulti :
Miami Beai h, Florida 33139
12 17-34-31 1 7
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION 71-23516
PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
MICH \i:i. l'ARNASS,
Husband
and
SHERRY PARNA8S,
Wife
To: SHERRY PARNA8S
O Debbie Donaldson
IZ5-2nd Street
Asplnvyall, Pa,
You, SHERRY PARNASS. are here-
by notified that a Petition for Dissolu-
MarriaKi.- has I.ecu filed
against you. and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
the Bill of Complaint on the
Plaintlfl s attorney. ENGEL & HAL-
PERN, 1400 N.W. loth Avenue, Miami
Florida ami file the Original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before
the I3th fall to do so. judgment by default
will be taken against vou for the
relief demanded in the Hill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FMMUDIAN.
t,,IX,>i,H AXD "r>ERED at Miami.
Florida, this 6th day of Dec. A.D.
E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade Countv. Florida
By: R M. KTSSEE
,. Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
ENGEL & HA 1.PERN
1400 N.W. 10th Ave., 17-0
Miami. Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
_____________,____________12/10-17-24-31
t rtELIMINARY CERTIFICATE
OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
TO All. To uili ..VI THESE I'RES-
4 Me-/ENTS SHALL COME GREETINGS
vv 11 1. as, in lUERTl 1 SCSI, Miami
Beai !:. Florida; A 1.1-1.1:1 1 SI 'SSI
Miami Beach, Florida; JOSE SCSI
Miami Bet h Florida did on the 1st
das 61 Apt II, A D. 1365 1 an-.- to be
rated under the laws of the
State of Florida RAJS II' >MES Ni 1
4. INC. a corporation, with Its prln-
' Ipal place of business al Miami
Bea h, Dad.- County in the State ,.f
Florida, and uheteas such corporation
did on the 30th day of November
A l> 1971, cause to be filed in the
orrice of the Department of state of
the Stale of Florida, the documentary
authority required under Section 908.-
-1. Florida Statutes, showing the dis-
solution of sin 1- corporation
Now. therefore, the Secretary of
(loea hereby certify to the fore.
going and thai he la satisfied that
the requirements of the law have
been complied with.
IN witness WHERE-
OF, I have hereunto set
my hand nnd have af-
fixed the Great Seal of
the State of Florida at
Tallahassee, the Capital.
Estate. s *niB Q
Von ....
quir.d to pn .

lupllcati :
7::, >,..,.-,.,
flees In the 1 .- ; ,** of.
...... -t, itrino .. il
calendar 11 1 i
firs, ,,,
Will 1 lh- sag,
Dated "
lay of Di H|
_ CLYliE.....'
BARR1
, Firs! publii
'In |0th dav of li
BARRETT M
BftE *&*
"-W4MI
this the .10th day r.f
vember, a d 1 ti
RICHARD (DICK) STONE
Bex retarj of Stale
12/17
No-
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. 71-23610
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
IN RE: F MARR,AGE
MARJORIE ROLTON PATTERSON
Wife
and
JOHN THOMAS PATTERSON
Husband
TO: JOHN THOMAS PATTERSON
7:.'..3 Radbourne Road
_Kpper Dorb>'. Pennsylvania
,.YP" ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any. to li
?", !"?.NBT EFKONSON. attornBy
for petitioner, whose address la J12
A.n,U;y Sd-i 14 NE- Avenue.
Miami Florida 33132. and file the
original with the clerk of the above
?*7ie.a0*!2 on, or b*f("-e January
12. 1979; otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief de-
manded in the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published once
f i!"wl< for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FIX>RIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
^i.^lVrf' MlBml- Klorld" <> th'
. tn day of December 1<>71
E. II. LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By: N A HEWETT
.01 .. A" neputy Clerk
t' ir.-ult Court Seal!
SIDNEY BPRONSON
13 Alnsley Itldg. Miami, Fla 33132
Attorney for petitioner
------------___________ 12/10-17-24-11
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. 71-23223
iv- .,EI!TION FOR ADOPTION
IN RE: The Adoption of
JCI.IE ANNE BAKER,
a minor
i&iVWJ.'* BINPBU)T and
HM N F1 E,NFKIJJT. his Wife.
Petitioners
RONALD I BAKER
c/oKNEW Radio Station
66 Jack London Square
Oakland. California S4607
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
trial nn action for Petition For Adop-
tion has been filed against you and
>ou are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any to it
for P-iiIT-VEY KR"P. sttorneys
I ,*,l,'nr. whose address is 420
ni 111 Kw0<1' Vli,ml B*>a'-h- Florida.
?",'"' "' original with the clerk
of the above styled court on or be-
rr.n 1ualy U- 197-'; otherwise a de-
fault will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the iMtition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive week*
' B JEWISH FU1RIDIAN Week"
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
En' A*?1", rf' Ml."ml- Florida on this
3rd day of December. 1971
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dsde County. Florida
By: L SNEEDEN
/ci ,. As ^PUty Clerk
(< Ircult Court Seal)
MVVTNKV KROQP
420 IJnooln Road
Miami Beach, Florida 3313*
Attorneys for Petitioners
12/10-17-24-31
_ NOJICE OP ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICF
(NO PROPERTVi
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Tuc
ELrfa-V|. JS JuDl' C^
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 71.23731
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTlS
in RE: F MARRIAGE
IRA KINDRED, PETITIONER
and
DEUIRIS KINDRED RESPONDEtfl
TO: DELORI.s KINIirrd ^nu"1
203A I '.'... u,.
Opellka, Alabama
TOC ARE HE 1EBT NOTIFIED
that an action fm >i~-..iuto | v.-.
ruuje haa bi. ,e .., vu anj
you are required to m ru- a "oopt t(
your written defenses, if anv t'0
on HAMAR AND l-FRIE I.AW OF.
H< B, attoi Mr, (,,
address i~ 1 \ rthweat s.vmtk
AVellUe. Mil T! .
file the original with the lerk of
the ab on or Mm
Xanuan : 1 : : then
fault will be en ten 1 again*! rw IH
the reh.-f ,1, mandi I
or petition
Tins notii e shall I
each M,ek for four consecutive KMkl
In THE JEW ISH h'l < IRIOIAN
WITNESS my hand and the $?!
of said 1 ourl al M iml PI
this, 8th day of December, 1971.
i: B I.KATHERMAX,
As Clerl urt
I >:,.!. 1 '..u'.-\. Florida
B} N A hi:wktt
As 1 K puty Clerk
(Circuit Courl Seall
MARTIN D Ll'RIK ESQUIRI
HAMAR AND LI'RIE
LAW OFFICES
4:,4 N.W. 7th Av.nue
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Pel
IMO-IMM-Il
NOTICE UNDER
. FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS I!KI(|-;hv QIVBN that
the nnderalcned, dtoalriiw to entire
in business under the fictitious ,
V 4AI- 0 """"AN' INTERIORS at
1123 .1st Street. Miami Reach In
Clerk f tXU,K K"ld "Rm*' "" "
I ':urn,.v0V,::,ri,a"nUU 63K '" ^
RONIAL ENTERPRISES, INC
A Florida Corporation
12/10-17-24-31
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE
OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF
7,^EJTATE OF FLORIDA
T.._AL'- To WHOM THESE PRES-
ENTS SHALL COME OREETINCS
Whereas. ROIIKRTO SCSI. Miami
Beach Florida; ALFREDO St SSI.
Miami Beach. Fk>rida; JOSE SCSI.
Miami Beach. Florida did on the 9th
day of June. A.D. 1S6 cause to be
incorporated under the laws of the
eivo Horida RAJS HOMES NO.
6. INC. a corporation, with its prin-
cipal place of business at Miami
Beach. Dade County In the State of
Morlda. and whereas such corporation
*' of November.
. l9:'-. <"" o be filed in the
office of the Department of State of
the Mate of Florida, the documentary
authority re<|Ulred uniler Section 608.-
L'i. Florida Statutes, showing the dis-
solution of such corporation.
Now therefore, the Se, -rotary of
Mate does hereby certify to the fore-
going and that he Is satisfied that
the requirements of the law have
been compiled with.
IN WITNESS WHERE-
OF, I have hereunto set
my hand and have af-
fixed the c.reat Seal of
the State of Florida at
Tallahassee, the Capital,
this the 30th day of No-
______ vember, A.D. 1971.
RICHARD (DICKt BTONE
Secretary of State
12/17/71
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OTVBH I*
_ tint
the undersigned. *i.-sinnir to enj:^*
In business under the fictitious niiw
of FII1AH IN8URANCB AOBSCI
19 W. Flaaler Street Suite IM, BWJJ
intends to register said nanif with
the Clerk of the ir.-uit Court of Dim
County, Florida
I8AACHABIF
____________ ij i"-i7-ii-iL
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFT HE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 71-gJS
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAOBOF:
JCDITH LORRAIMC IU1-TS.
Wife
PAUL RICHARD HII.TS,
Respondent .__
TO: PACI. RICHARD HILTS
708 Front Btrei t
New Richmond OhW __
TOC ARK HBREB1 HOTOue
that an action for WssolUtion 0frj
rlage has been Hied ktailllt JJJJm
you are required to lerM aW^
your written defense. if M '"M
on DAVID E STONE, a'10,1?'^
Petitioner, whose sddress U 'ol ;Nfu,
1 fitfSS
the clerk -
on or bef0JR
**""SZH "'er'^itioru
published wg
the orielnal with
above styled court
14. 19?:>: otherwise a "*'" fciit.
entered against you f.
mnnded in the
This notice shall I
each week for four
el,.-...... ,
,,,SfCUtlV "
I! 11'IAN ,j
.....1 the wal o'
the
iiia on
rn THE JEWISH FLORID'
witness my ha
said court at Miami. Fwr
2nd day of Dec 1H7I..... .
E. a LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk. On uitl nun
this
. .art
de County, FlorW"
iv: U M KISSEE
Clerk
A
Da
By
As Deput)
(Circuit Court Seal)
David E Stone
STONE & SOSTt IHN
Ml N \v IJth Avenue ,
Miami. Klorida I "4
Attorney for Petitioner ,, i;.;4.jl
register said name wit"1"' \^an;y,
the Circuit court of "-1"
F'0rU"- ROSLYN K *,,; '


December 17. 1971
Jeisti Ihrldtlann
/age
11-C
IECAL NOTICC
LEGAL NOTICE
COURT
-'rnuNTY JUDGE'S
F^n FOR DADE COUNTY,
nc INTENTION TO MAKE
"tlONFOH DISTRIBUTION
i*0TFINAL DISCHARGE
\
-Ibutlon and
Uiom of ilu'
,b) given thai
,.u. Final Report
fm
we
t ud
final
estate
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. 71-22439
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MAHRIAOE op
JOYCE A. \\ IXKI.KI:
Wifi
mid
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
fill l,KVIXSO>'. deojnweu ROBERT. K. WIXKLKR
\"> Januaryr- Hue*.....r .....'
la the Honorable Tit: ROBERT K. WIXKI.BR
.'., I nude County, Flor- (Residence unknown)
a .1 Plnal Reporl YOU ARE HEREBY \
I .IP!
Iiuiioii
ex. itors i-r th<
.,! lire. -.1.111
1971.
msEl'll KCHMIER
MAIO DICKMAX
SLUXEV I BVIXSON
KCHMIER
.In Road
eh, Florida
in.I fiiuil dis-
eslnte
This
33139
12/3-10-17-'.'4
ENTr
IRCUIT COURT OF THE
,H JUOICIAL CIRCUIT
",H AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 71-23333
MICE BY PUBLICATION
|MLN 8. i.EVINE.
tin,
nxfi
dint
\i.\K LEVINE, 2S5 East 91
Brooklyn. New York, ARK makbhma.il rim
ay Xi >T1KIE1> to file )OUI i .'J14-A ir>4th Street
defense to thin Annulment Miami.'
ITIFIED
..f Mar-
you an.I
py ol
that an action for Dlssolutl
i lage hax been filed against
you are required to s.-i%.. ;
your written defenses, if any, to II on
MARSHALL B. FISHER, attorney
'"'' fetltic.....r, whore address is 7914.A
lo4th Btreet, .Miami. Florida, and
file the original with in.- clerk of
the, above styled court on ui before
Dec. Hat, mi; otherwise a default
win be entered against you for the
relief deman.led in the complaint or
IH-tition.
This notice shall h> |>ublish' each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH Fl.OIUDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and th.- teal
of said court at Miami. Florida on
this 18th day of Nov., I!i71
K. 18. LEATHERMAN,
As ("l.-rk. C'lreuit Court
I>ade County, Florida
By: R. M KISSEE
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Real)
MARSHALL It. FISHER
Florida 331.-.6
Court* clerk ami eerve a I Attorney for Petitioner
Plaintiff's Attorneys. VOX
ji SMITH, IS12 Capital Hunk
Miami. Florida on or before
,j ol Jan II7S. els., the Com-
ill be laki n as confessed.
D De. ember :'. 1971.
B I.EATHERMAN. Clerk
Hv It M KISS BE
|.. puij Clerk
,url Seal)
12 10-17-24-31.
NOTICE UNDER
CTITIOLS NAME LAW
i: is HEREBY GIVEN that
. desiring to engage
pew u I* the li.-tii loUH name
.MINI" SUPERMARKET at
-t Fi..ti.i Street. Miami, ln-
sald name with the
' th. Circuit Com i Ol 1 >..'l<-
I :
feHOI H S'tl coKpOltATIO.V
ilu .1 PEREZ, SECRET ART
U/M IK/3-lO-Va
county judge's court
no for dade county.
Floridain probate
No. 71-2076
(JOHN n BLANTON)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
(Bilat. i.l
tei rich viui REESE
I ..1 All P.-i sons Hav-
er 1>- mands Against S..n;
I. i notified and re-
el i any claims nnf
11/26 |2 300-17
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No. 71-22734
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
OBORGE SEOCROLA, husband
and
OEORGIXA SEOCROLA, wife
YOl\ C.KORGIXA 8EOI1ROLA,
r.-si.len. e address "I. I.li.nl \\ ...
Rutherford, New Jemey 07070 are re-
quired t<> file your answer to the pe-
tition for illssolutli.....f marriage with
th.- clerk of the above court and
nerve a cops thereof upon. HERMAN
COHEN, ESQ., 1310-11 Congress
Bldg., Miami. Florida 33132 oh or
before Jan 7. 1972. < Itherwlse a de-
fault "ill be entered agafnst you.
E II LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: R. M. KIS8EE
(i in ml Curt Seal)
11 ji. 12 3-1B-17
.-.kj I ICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
71-22445
SUIT FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
In l <
, THE MARRI \i;K OF
i PATRICIA c HETSKI.
Wife
an.I
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. 71-23024
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The MarrlaguOft
DORIS WALKER MANOAN;
wife,
and
f,"l.:|-:l:.T, AK.TUIK MANOAN,
husband.
TO: ROBERT Alt TH I I: MANOAN
1214 Dorothy Street
Hill, -rest
lilnghamton, New York
VOF ARE HERKHV NOTIFIED
thai .ui action for Diiwo>':t!oii of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy ol
your written defeiiHea, If any, to it
on Aixsi.KK R. PERDIE, attorney
for Petitioner, whos. address is 1150
S.W. 1st Street, Suite-SOS .Miami.
Hori'la 33130, and file the original
with the Clerk Of the above styled
eourt on or before January J, 1972;
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded
in the complaint or petition.
This notice aliall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLOKID1AX.
WITNESS my hand and the leal
of said court at Miami, Florida on this
30th day of Nov., 1971.
B, 1! IJCATHKRMAX.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Hade County, Florida
By; J. J. XELSoX
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court s.-al)
AIXSI.EE p. FERDIE
1150 S.W. 1st Street. Suite-:)"',
Miami, Florida 33130
Attorney for Petitioner
12/3-10-17-24
NOTICE OF ACTION
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
71-22773
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
l"A\ll. PAMCHA,
Husband
..mi
PHYLLIS C PAMl'RA
U ii.
To- I'll YI.I.IS C PAMURA
Residence I'nkuovt n
V'ou, PHYLLIS C PAMl'RA.
......j notified that an action
Dissolution oi Marriage has been :
filed agaitiet you, and you an re-
quired to serve h copy of your writ-
ten defenses, If any. to ii on the
Petitioner's attorney, sihni:\ KF-
KOXSON, S12 Ainsley Bldg., Miami, I
Florida 33132 and file the original i
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ]
on or before the 7th day of Jan .
1973; otherwise a default will be en-
tered against you for tin- relief de- i
manded in the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks.
In THE JEWISH FLORiniAX.
DONE AND URDBBED at Miami.
Florida, this Mrd day of Nov. A.D.
1971.
E P LICATHEHMAX, Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
By: R. M. KISSEE
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
SIDNEY EFIIONSOX
til:: Ainsley Bldg.
Miami. Florida 33132
Attorney for Petitioner
u 24 12 ::-i"-ir
will
30th
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEItEHY OIVEX that
the undersigned, desiring to emgoge
in business under the fictitious name
'f WEDDING MAgTERS OF FLOR-
IDA -" 1*20 S.W. 85th Avenue. Mi-
aim, Pla. intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Clrcull
Court of Dade County, Florida
FRANCES HORODXER
11 26 12 3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEX that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the. fictitious name of
SAM'S BEAUTY SHOP at 1710 Alton
Road, .Miami Bench, Florida intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court ..I Dade County.
Florida.
ISRAEL SOSNOWICZ
SARA SOSNOWICZ
HENRY NORTON
Attorney for appli.-a-nis
I40ti Biscayne Bldg., Miami
n 28 ii' 3-10-17
\w v.\u,h you ma) httye afalusj CARL K, HETHEL, Jr.
Husband.
To s.;t caul K BBTSEL JR.
s B No t09-80u737
t'lark Air Force Base
Manila; T, :
Hepubln 'of.the.Philippines
You. CAR*. K IlKTSl.l .ii-. are
hereb) notified that a Bill iff Com-
plnlnl for -Divoro-. bus >baeu filed
.iK.imst ynu, iaii.1. you are- r.-.iui. i
I., serve a copj "i your An.-w-i bi
Florida',, tn I l-l, i'i, a.iuo- t., the Bill .'t Comnlalnl "i
' .'the Plaintiff's attorney, MARSHALL
\! \i:l.o.\ RICH \i:i
of li.ute C'oun
i 'ountl Judgi -
til., the -am. in
\ Idi .1 .ii Reel Ion
ui. .-. in th.-ir ol-
i otn I house in
untv. I'loiida. Within six
-m the tin,,, ol
. i : .. ..I', Hie
il.
U
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
Ol S \ V SERVICE at 14877 X.W.
Mth Court, Una Locks, Dade county.
Florida intends to register said name
"iili the Clerk of the Circuit Cbun
of Made County. Florida
RAISCO, INC.
1IKIIHKKT A c,i i|.|.
STANLEY 1> CA1D1N
.oi..in.\ for liaise... Inc.
14977 N W 34th Court
i Ip* l... ka, Florida
ii .'., il' 3-10-17
AVID i HEXDEJtgtrX
T Ith Streel
h, Florida
V I utoi
ol Ibi.i iioti. oi
. ember, 197'
|UT II |: ::\s
l fcl Eve. III..I-
i I'idn
n -.'il 12 3-10-17
HE COLNTY JUDGE'S COURT
lAND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-4594
[NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ii i
RKl'bNICK
Ml
ti All I'.-isons llav
'im- ..| I Milan.I- AgalllSl Saul
are hi i.y notified and re-
to an -.-in an) claims and de-
'nl 'U ni.i> have against
"'L el 1'ETER Rl'DNICK de-
I Ua.lo County, Florida
, um'! Judges of Hade foun-
nle the same in duplicate
_stovi.....i in section 7:1:110.
Statutes, iii their offices ii
Wty1 uurthouae in Dade C.un-
inondii, within six calendar
H..111 the time of the first
i''1".'11 *......1. or the same will
,;'!. :" Miami. I'loiida. th
" -November, A Ii 1971
-1 K A ABBOTT
As Ailininisirator
C.V.A.
Ion ..f tins notice
llTX ,"' Vovetlltler. I9T1
J'TT AND FRl'MKES
I Vdmhilstratoi
r "ll- R ad, Miami Beach, i-".-
II :h 12 :!-10-17
Che
l: FISH Bit, 7:-; I \ I04lli Stn et, K< n
.l.ill. Florida 331 and file the original
Answ.-r or Pleading In the offl.....<
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the ::isi day of Dec, 1971 if
you fail to do so, judgment by de-
fault di be taken against you foi
the i.lii-f demanded in the Bill of
Complaint.
This notice shall published once
each week for four consecutive week*
In THE JEWISH Fl ORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, this iMh day of No\ A.D
I-: n I.EATHERMAX, Clerk,
' 1971
Circuit Court, I>a.I.-county. Florida
Bj II M KISSKE
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Couil Seal I
MARSHA I I. IV FISHER
7M4-A l"41h Street
Kendall. Florida .V.WKi
T.-le : 371-8Hf '
Alton,.-\ for Plaintiff
II
:'0 12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring Ui engage
in bustiffiss under the fictltfoua n.im.
if MARVIC REALTY at 177 Ocean
Lane Drive, Miami, Florida intend tn
registei mild name fvith |he Clerk oi
the Circuit Court of Dade,County,
Florida,
MAROBRY HOROWITZ
VICKI Itt'IUX
FINE JACOBSON, BLOCR X-
SEMET, P A
Attorneys for Margery Horowits a^nd
Vlckl Rubin
il & M :;-i-l7
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. 71-23115
(Judge Testa)
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IV RE:
.'III-; MARRIAGE OF
KATHLEEN C L'HOMMEDIEl",
\\ II'-.
and
ItlCHARD HARVEY
l.'HOMMEDIBl'.
Husband
Ti I: ItlcilAltl) HARVEY
L'HOMMEDIEl'
11 'ollgnl Avenue
Xi.\\ ltocheiie. New York
YOI' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
iiaj;. hag been tiled against you and
viu are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, t.. II
on FULLER, BRUMER, MOSS ft
COHEN, attorneys for Petitioner,
Whose address is JS West Klaclcr
Street, Miami. Florida 33130, and
file the original with the clerk of tin
above styled .ourt on or before Jan
nary 5, 1072; otherwise n default win
be entered against you for the rellel
demanded in the complaint or petit!
This notice shall be publis
.a.h w.-.-k for four censeeutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORiniAX.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
Is I day of I >.. ember.. 1971.
I-: P. LICATHEHMAX.
Al I 'leik. Circuit Courl
Dade County, Florida
B} : N. A IIBWETT
As I leputy Cl.rk
|i 'ir.uii Coui I Seal
HI,I 1:1: BRCMER. Moss .v
i'-oiii:\
2* U .--.I Flngler Strei i
Miami. I'loi Ids
aiiorne\ s for Petliloner
u 3-10.17 i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-5169
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In i:i: ISataU of
ERNEST m. rossman,
1 > .i Hed,
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said

You are hereby notified and re-
quired to pi-.-, ui an} claims and de-
mands nhlch you maj havi against
il,. estati of EftXEST M. ROWSMAN
\denngwdtdate of iiaile /c,,uha>-. Flnam
| Ida, to ii..- County Judges of Dade
are County, and file the same in duplii
for | and as provide.I in Section 7::
Florida Statutes, In their office* in
il,. Count} Courthouse [n Dade coun-
ty, Florida, within six ealendar
months from the time "f the f
publl. nl Ion li.i --of. or th.- same
be ban-..I
Dated at Miami, Florida, this
day of November, A D IOTI.
JEAN KRE1DER
As Executrix
Flrsl publication of this notice or
th. 3rd day of December, 1971.
KURT YVEl.l.lSCH. Attorney at l-aw
Attomey for
Estate of ERNEST .\l KOSSMAX
l'"i7 Almerla Avenue
Coral Oables, Mori.la
12/3-10-17-34
IN THE COUNTY JUOGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-2730
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
i'uhenc)-: mcdonald
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Acainst Said
Estate.
Y'ou are b.-reby notified and m-
tiuired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of CLARENCE McDOX-
AI.D deceased late of Dade County.
Florida, to th. County Judges ol
Da.l.- County, and file the satii. in
duplicate and as provided in Section
733.16, Florida Statutes, in their of-
fices in the Count) Courthouse In
Dade County, Florida, within six cal-
endar months from the time of the
flrsl publication hereof, or the same
will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 30th
la\ of N'.o ember, A D 1971
KENNETH McDONALD
As Executor
First publication of this notic. i
th< 3rd day of i......nber, 1971
ESSEN A.- ESSEN
Attorneys for Executor
1208 Ainsl.y HI.lie
Miami. Kla. 33132
^- 3-10-17-24
J
1 Ti Ii
on
TicJ ,Tl0us NAME LAW
S HEREBY
u, desirh
OH EN that
it to engage
of
iktt!'',",''.' ''' fictitious name o:
'".I. Hot DOGS at 5831 s W
;''; Miami, Flo intend to res
I'V ,"'."" wl,n "" Clerk of
|a'a"-u" "urt of Dade County.
i:Hii:i;r ARBETTER and
-UIIMA tltBETTER. his wife
11 -'6 12 :i -1-17
FlCTf?x,'"CE UNDER
OCT|T|OUS NAME LAW
P'l'li-K
IS 111
S H
1 I.
EREBY OIVEN thai
"isi I'd, desiring to engage
;. "v1" the fictitious name
"'o KI'PBRMARKET al
'Hi Avenue, Miami In-
-^liil name With the
ull Court of Dade
lllis-!'.'1 ''ix,; '-ORPOPATIOX
'- \ si ITO KECRRTARY
11 :'ti 12 3-10-17
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. 7122664
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IX RE:
BETTY JEAN BAXFORD,
PETITIOXER
and
ROBERT LEE SANFORD,
It ESP. INDENT
TO: ROBERT LEE SAXl'oIlD
:;i Momlngslde Avenue
New York, New York
Yoc ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai .'u action for Dlaaotutk.....I Mai-
riage has been fll d against you and
you are reqt.....d t.. serve a copy ijl
your written defenses, if any. to it
on MARTIN D. LI'RIB, "ttorney for
Petitioner, v h. sc address i IK.il N "
Till Avenue, Miami. Florida 331-1,
and fib- the orlgmal with the lerK
of the above Htyled eourt on or be-
fore December 31. 1971: othen
default "ill I"1 entered ogallisl > "ii
for the relief demanded In the com-
plaint or petition ....
This notice shall be published once
earn week for four consecutive weens
In THE JEWISH I'l.olilDIAN
WITNESS im hand and the senl
,,f said i-rniii al Miami. Florida on
this J ,.'t daj oi November, 1971
E It I EATHBRMAN,
Am Clerk, ciicini Coui l
Dade County. I'loiida
By: C P COPELAND
As I leputy Clerk
ll 'il.nil I 'ourt Seal i
MARTIN D l I'RIE
HAMAR AND I.IP.IE
4854 N.W Tib Avenue
Miami. Florida 33127
Ait..in.> fd Petitioner (# .( )M ,-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Xotiok is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersiKiied, desiring I... enitaK'- in
business under the'fictitious name ot
AC.M.IE.MY PP.EP SCHOOL at 4'.7
Lincoln Road, .Miami P.each, Florida
intends lo register Mid -.name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
i'oiintv. Florida
AMERICAN ..
SCHoOl. op LAXOI'AOER. t\c,
By: Sheldon X. Rose, President
RICHARD & GROSS .(
Attorneys for American
School ..f Language* .
fin", Lincoln P.oad
Miami Beach, Florida
IITSjB 12 3-JB.-17
NOTICE UNDEiR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW -
NOTICE IS HEREBY <>.1\ KX thai
the undersigned, desiring tq engaae/tn
business under the-, fictitious naaieoi
TKItltY'S CATERERS at .':i7.-N'ortb
Miami Avenue. Miami., l-'londa in-
tend- to register said name, with the
clerk of tiie Circuit c.iuri of Dade
County. Florida..
TERRY y.KIOLKK
MILTON C. OOODMAN
Attorhej for Terry's Caterers
Suite :.U His. ayne iUlil.lnyi
19 \\ esl Flagler Sin-et .
Miami. Florida miO]{ ^ 3.1(l^
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEItEHY OIVEN that
il,.- undersigned, desiring to epgna<
in business under the fictitious name
nl CARLTON HOTEL Rl number I4:i:t
Collins Avenue, iii the cm nl Miami
Belli h Florida, Intend lo registei said
name with the Clerk "I the Circull
Court of Dad. County. I'loiida
Dated ai Miami. Florida, this 22nd
das u No*. mber, 1971
Fill! IP BI OOM
ROSE I'.....M
lii..f: Interest
ARONOV1TZ. SILVER A BOOTH
By Max R Sllvi i
Attorne) foi \-
i.i- Alnsle; UUlldiife
....."'I"'i'1-' :;':;-v -,-,.!..-.:
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-4366
i- NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate ol
MARY K. I.EI'OSKY
a k/n MARY K LKI'oc/.KY
Deceased.
I To All Creditor* and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
Y'ou are hereby notified and re-
quired to presenl any claims mil de-
mands which you may have agalnsi
Hi. estate of MARY K LEPOSKY
' a/a a MARY K I BPOCZKY d.. .a
led late of Dade County. I'loiida. i.i
; the County Judge* of Dad.- County,
and fib the same in duplicate and
as provided in Section 733.16, Florida
i Statutes, in their offices in the L'oun-
I ty Courthouse hi Dade County. Flor-
(-ida, within si\ calendar months from
j the time of the first publication
hereof, or the same will be barred
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 19th
;,.v ,.i N,,\ ember, A.D. 1971.
IRENE 1. KOVACH
As Executrix
Flrsl publication of this notice on
the 3rd da> of December, 1971.
DAVID M. OONSHAR
Attorney for Executrix
l-P'7 X \\ Til, Btreet, Miami, l-'la.
1^ 3-10-17-24
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. 71-23021
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN HE: The Marriage of
bed on.-e ANTHONY JIM STl'MP.P.IS.
husband.
and
DOLORES It. STTMBRIS,
TO: DOLORES R, STCMBHIS
116 Elaine Drive
Sunrise Terrace
[llnghnmtou. New York
YOC ARE HEREBY VOTII'II-:
that an action lor Dissolution of
Marriage has been filed against you
and you are required to serve a copy
of y.ur written defenses, if any, b>
ii mi AINSLEE R, FERDIE, attor-
ney for I'-litioner, whose address le
11.10 S.W Isi Street. Suite-:;.'.,. Miami.
Florida 33130, and file the original
with the clerk of the above styled
eourl on or before January ::. l!'7'J:
-. .. d- fault W ill be .-til. red
against you for th<- relief demanded
.'. I.i luplaiin or petition
This notice shall he published once
each week for tour consecutive we. Us
in THE JEW ISI I FLORUMAN
WITNESS my hand ami thl m ll
said courl at Miami. Florida on
this 30th day of Nov ,"1971
E l: LEATHERMAN,
As 'l.-rk, circuit Courl
Dade County, Florida
By .1 .1 XEi.soV
As Deputy Clerk
.Circuit Court Seal.
AINSLEE R. FERDIB
, 1130 S.W. 1st Street
Miami. Florida 33130
; Attorney for Petitioner
12 :: -11' -1 7 L'4
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-4919
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE; Estate of
JACOB SPINDEL
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons u.i\-
Ing claims or Demands Against Said
Estate
You are herein notified and r.-
qulred t> present any claims ami de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of JACOB SPIXDEL de-
..as..! late ot Dad.- County, Florida,
lo the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and lib the same ill duplicate
and a- |.l.-\ i.led m Se, tlOIT 7S I If
Florida Statutes, In their offices In
the County Courthouse in Dad.- Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the flrsl
publication hereof, or the sain.- will
in barred.
D..I..i al Miami. Florida, thla 17th
day of Nov ember, A.D. 1971.
M< IRRIS SP1NDE1 .
josh RBPHI'N
As Exc. utors
Fust publics lb.....I this notice on
the 26th day of November, ll'Ti
.Ii is 11 REPHCN
Attorney on- Executors
137*1 Washington Avenue
.Miami Beach, Florida 331 '
ll 36 il' s-lo-17
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 71-23197
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IX RE: The Marriage or
NOMEE IT UMAX.
Wife
and
DANIEL FI'RMAN,
Husband,
TO: DANIEL FCRMAN
3202 Xostrand Avenue
Brooklyn, x.Y.
YOI' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has be.-u filed against you and
you an- required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any, to it
on LAW OFFICES OF MAC MEB-
Ml'l.L. attorney for Petitioner, whoso
address is 1900 SU. Third Avenue.
Miami. Florida .",:!1 _!', and file the
original xx 1111 the clerk at tin* above
styl.-d court on or before .Ian. 14,
1172; otherwise a default will be en-
tered againsl you for the relief de-
manded In the oiimlaiut or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my band and the
nf said
1st day
Florida
olirl at Miam
of I..... I!'7I
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
As Cli rk. Circuit Court
1 lade CbuntJ Florida
Bs R. M KKIRPH
As D. imtv Clerk
(Circull Court Seal .
I v\v iFFICEfl OF
\l \C M ERMEI.L
1900 s W. Third Avenue
Miami. Fla 33129 (KS4
By; MICHAEL P CHARE
i." Council)
Mtornej foi reiiiion.-r
12 3-10-17-84
this
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+JmJsti Ikridter.
FridQy. Decent
After 50 years at the
corner of Lincoln Road Mall
and Alton Road The Miami
Beach First National Bank
has moved 100 yards east.
It is a cause for celebra-
tion for usand for you.
It is a move that marks
the half-century of growth
of a small bank in a small
community to a financial
institution in a city that has
become the resort capital of
three continents.
Come celebrate with us.
Whether or not you bank
with The Miami Beach First
National Bank, visit our newT
building and register to win
one of the exciting prizes
and trips to be awarded
during our 50th birthday
celebration.
You might win an 8-day
Holiday for Two in Mexico.
You'll fly in a luxurious big
modern DC-8 jet to Mexico
City via Aeronaves de Mex-
ico, Mexico's largest airline,
and be our guest in superb
accommodations at the
Continental Hilton Hotel.
Or, enjoy a magnificent
7-day cruise for two to
Jamaica aboard the m/s
Starward, one of the Nor-
wegian Caribbean luxury
liners. Or, you might get a
bigger kick out of sailing
your own boat, a genuine
Alcort "Sunfish" sailboat.
Or, win a Ruppster J
dune buggy fun machiJ
perfect for golf course
b^h-fhiPsuptospee
ot 40 miles per hour.
Or, a pair of beautifully
upholstered tub chairs suit
able for home or office, k
Pavlow Office Furniture!
Inc. Or, slightly ahead
their time, Panasonic tnj
sistor globe radios.
To win all you have to do|
is register during our
Open House celebration]
November 22nd to
December 24th.
Even if your name isn'1
picked for one of the granc
prizes, there'll be free gift
for everyone.
THE MIAMI BEACH
FIRST NATIONAL BANI
1111 LINCOLN ROAD MALL
MIAMI BEACH
Member: The United Banking Group and F.D.I.C.