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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
December 24, 1971

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

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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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 24, 1971

Subjects

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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).

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University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Preceded by:
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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THf JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
44 Number 52
Miami, Florida Friday, December 24, 1971
News Briefs
Pour Infants Out Of Incubator
JERUSALEM UTAl All of the four surviving babies of the
|Jntupl< ts born to Mrs. Hadassah Bcrman in October have been re-
rom the incubators where they spent the first two months
i lives. The largest of the infants, a boy, was taken out last
look. His three sisters were removed Sunday.
Hate Department Mildly Critical
WASHINGTON (JTA) The State Department responded
and with only mild criticism to a reported So\iet pledge
i support Egypt "in peace and in war" made in Cairo last week
Iv R issian Ambassador Vladimir M. Vinogradov. Department
Koki small Charles Bray said that the Soviet envoy 'made com-
pents m a private session with a small group of Egyptian jour-
Ijists" which "obviously are not helpful to the whole process in
Ihieh the parties and others have been engaged over the past
Vonth ooking to an interim agreement or a full settlement."
)r. Bernstein Named President
WALTHAM, Mass. (JTA) The trustees of Brandeis Univer-
\iy have announced the appointment of Dr. Marver H. Bernstein, a
olitical scientist and Jewish communal leader, as the fourth presi-
ent of the 23-year-old Jewish-sponsored university. Dr. Bern-
lein, who has been chairman of the national commission of the
k'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations since 1969 succeeds Charles Schott-
^nd. 65, who has been president on an interim basis since the
esignation of Morris Abram in March, 197D.
Trading Continues As Usual
JERUSALEM (JTA) Trading in U.S. dollars continued as
(sual following the announcement of an &S79S dollar devaluation.
lYadc In other foreign currencies was suspended iK-nding clarifica-
| of the monetary situation. Finance Minister Pinhas Sapir told
lewsmen today that there will be no further devaluation of the
rael po.ind which continues to be pegged to the dollar.
Herman* Receive Awards, Citations
BONN IWNS) -- The Vad Vashem, the Israeli Memorial
foundation for Nazi Victims, honored five Germans with awards
pid citati ms here, for having saved Jewish lives during the Nazi
ereat risk to themselves. Eight other Germans who were
to ha\ received the awards, were too ill to attend*. A similar
f ill lie held for them at a later date.
|srael Offers To Exchange POWs
wiv (WNS) Eyal Achlkar, a wounded Israeli pilot
fc'ho had spi nt nearly 17 months in an Egyptian prison hospital.
I anged for four Egyptian soldiers and six civilians. Defense
llirii---: Moshe Dayan, who visited Achikar at a military hospital,
f n that Israel is willing to exchange all prisoners of
ai with Egypt, even though Israel holds many more than Egypt.
Argentine Jew To Receive Reward
TEL AVIV (WNS) Luther Herman of Buenos Aires, a blind
irgenti:- Jew, will be awarded $10,000 for supplying information
hich led to the capture of Adolf Eichmann in Argentina in 1960.
Mr. Herman, who learned of Eichman's whereabouts through his
aught, r. who was dating Eichmann's son, notified Tuvia Freed-
"an of Haifa, an Israeli tracking down wanted Nazi war criminals.
pfchmann was tried in 1961, and executed in 1962.
Medical Supplies Sent To India
TEL AVIV (WNS) Israel has sent 500 kilograms of medi-
: medical supplies to the Indian Rid Cross for the relief of
'''' Bangla Desh refugees. A private group of Israelis recently
sh'i'I"'; 500 tons of soya flour to India for the use of refugees.
|LO,000 Jews Came To Israel In Nine Months
WIV (WNS) Officials here report the arrival of Jew-
I [rants from the Soviet Union has reached "unprecedented"
Proportions. In New York. Jewish Agency treasurer Leon Dulzin
p'd 10.000 Soviet Jews emigrated1 to Israel between March 1 and
ov- 30, this year, and even more are expected in 1972.
pCJW Allocated $1 Million For Children
JERUSALEM (WNS) -- The National Council of Jewish
|omen (NCJW) has allocated an additional $1 million over a 10-
JPar I riod to fund the Center for Research in Education of the
Paadvantaged at the Hebrew University's School of Education. The
I'"'" *as originally funded by the NCJW in 1968 for a three-
<*? Period.
Two Sections Price 20 c
Chances For Peace Are
Slightly More Than Zero
JERUSALEM (JTA)Israel's
retiring Chief of Staff, Gen.
Haim Bar-Lev, served notice on
Cairo this week that any re-
newal of warfare would bring
swift and destructive retaliat-
ion against Egypt. Addressing
a Sunday night conference of
mayors in Tel Aviv. Gen. Bar-
Lev said the chances for re-
newed hostilities are about 50-50
and have been for some time.
A peaceful settlement is still
theoretically possible, said the
general, but the chances at the
present time are "only very
slightly more than zero."
Gen. Bar-Lev, who leaves the
Army next year for a Cabinet
ixist. spoke with confidence of
Israel's ability to hit back hard
ami decisively against attacks
by Egypt or a combined Syrian-
Egyptian assault on the cease-
fire lines. "If the Egyptians at-
tempt to hit any civilian targets
in Israel we can retaliate in
kind with such force that they
would quickly drop whatever
plans they have," he said.
"We can do this despite all
their anti-aircraft defense in-
stallations," he added, "despite
their Russians and despite their
missiles."
Israel has its "answers" to
Egyptian long range air-to-
ground missiles. Gen. Bar-Lev
declared. He conceded that one
rocket might get through Is-
raeli defenses, but maintained
that massive missiles strikes on
any one target are not likely. If
Egypt should resume warfare on
a large scale, it would not be
surprising if Syria joined in, the
General said, but Israel is ready
for all eventualities, "and not
and not merely on paper.
Exchange Of
Personnel Is
Seen Possible
JERUSALEM (JTA)Victor
Louis, a Soviet journalist known
to be close to the Kremlin, hint-
ed in a report from Moscow-
published here last week that an
unofficial exchange of diplomatic
personnel between Israel and
the USSR may be made in the
near future.
The dispatch said the ex-
change will come about because
of the heavy administrative bur-
den involved in processing the
growing number of Jews leav-
ing Russia for Israel. The bur-
den now falls on the Dutch Em-
bassy in Moscow, which handles
Israeli affairs in the USSR, and
Finland's Embassy in Tel Aviv,
which handles Soviet affairs in
Israel in the absence of formal
diplomatic relations.
A nunilier of Israeli diplomats
would be attached to the Dutch
Embassy, and a like number of
Russians would go to the Fin-
nish Embassy in Tel Aviv, Sir.
Louis reported. "It is possible,"
he added, "that In a very short
time the voice replying to a
phone call to the Dutch Embas-
sy in Moscow will say 'Shalom'."
Mr. Louis made a visit to Is-
rael last spring, ostensibly for
medical reasons. He came on an
(Continued on Page 13-A)
2,000 Soviet Emigres
Arrived This Month
TEL AVIV (JTA)The im-
migration of Jews from the
Soviet Union has increased to
such an extent that it is putting
a severe strain on Israel's hous-
ing resources. Absorption Min-
istry circles reported.
Louis Pincus, chairman of the
Jewish Agency, told a Labor
Party meeting early this week
that 2,000 Soviet Jewish emigres
have arrived so far this month.
He estimated that the total
Jewish immigration from the
Soviet Union this year would be
about 12,000.
Absorption Ministry officials
said that if the present rate of
influx continues, it may be neo-
cesary to house two childless
families in a single three-room
flat. That arrangement could he
expected to continue, they said.
until smaller flats are available
for couples without children.
Soviet Jews, the Bokharan Jews
About one-third of the emi-
gres have been coming from the
Soviet Georgian Republic, ac-
cording to Gen. Uzzi Narkiss,
director of the Jewish Agency's
immigration department, but
the focal point of emigration
will soon shift further eastward.
It is believed that Jews from
Bokhara in Central Asia may be
the next group allowed to leave
Russia in large numbers.
Like the Georgian and other
are townsmen and are not used
to agricultural work, Gen. Nar-
kiss said, and to meet the in-
flux of these new immigrants,
10.000 homes should be built in
Beersheba, the Negev capital,
where there is no shortage of
jobs.
Rabbi Meir Felman, spiritual
eader of Judea Center,
Brooklyn, N.Y., has been ap-
pointed chairman of the In-
ternational Conference of the
Rabbinical Council of Amer-
ica, scheduled for Jan. 5-8 at
Hechal Shlomo, Jerusalem,
with over 300 prominent Rab-
binic delegates from all parts
of the United States, Canada,
Great Britain and South
America participating.
DR. UmUAN ANN0UKIS HISTORIC SUP
Catholic Church, Jewish Groups
Establish Permanent Study Group
Representatives of the Vati-
can and the world Jewish com-
munity have agreed to study for
the first time the relationship
existing between Israel as a land,
as a people and as a religion and
what this presently means to
both Catholics and Jews.
Dr. Irving Lchrman, national
president of the Synagogue
Council of America, told leaders
of Orthodox, Conservative and
Reform Judaism attending the
organization's annual Statesman
Awards dinner in New York that
in discussions held in Paris last
week a i>ermancnt committee
was established by the Roman
Catholic Church and world Jew-
ish organizations to deal with
and study common problems
and concerns.
The Jewish groups are rep-
resented by the International
Jewish Committee on Interre-
ligious Consultations con-
sisting of the Synagogue Coun-
cil. World Jewish Congress and
American Jewish Committee.
The Paris conference was at-
tended by Rabbi Henry Sieg-
man, executive vice president
Continued on Pag 9-A


Page 2-A
+Jelst ftwktlain
Israel Bonds Sponsoring
New Year's Dinner-Dance
Friday, December
21
The annual Now Year's Dinner
Dan, i for Efonoreea oi Lsrael, will
take place S Jan. 2, at
p.m. in the Grand Ballroom of the
Pontainebleau lintel, and will
buiiL. i.i a close a record year for
]- ael Bonds anil Capital for Is-
rael, according in Michael Litvak,
din ctor it the Isiael Bond I lr-
ganii ation, whit h sponsoi i the
event.
David Schoenbrun, one of Ai i r-
lea's most distinguished journal-
ists noted for his television broad-
cas the capitals of 'he
world \\i:l l > the guest speaker.
The festive even! will also tea-
1 re i ntei tainment by the noted
erican Jewish folk humorist,
ji .. u ho has starred on
television shows and In
throughout the ci n-
try.
in, who t"i
j 5 was l with <
Ni is currently a comment! tor
ABC News and for National
tnal Ti levision. A
isitor to the Middle I -i
since 1946, he regularly covers
lieu s events there and. i-
Kijou:: to the h aders ol I-
for his objective and te re-
poi ting.
Before Israel's establishment, he
vas one of the first American
correspondents to report on Jew-
ish resistance to the British Man-
date in Palestine. During 1948,
millions of Americans heard his
accounts of Israel's War of Inde-
pendence. He is respected by his
professional colleagues for his
scholarship ana integrity, and has
'won major awards in every med-
ium of i oniniuniv.iti.ins.
in i9ii. Mr. Schoenbrun was
appointed Chiel Correspondent of
CHS News in Washington, D. '..
where he reported on the Kennedy
years
During World War II, he was in
the United states Army Intelli-
gence Service, where he served at
General Eisenhower's headquar-
ters in Algiers from 1943-1944. He
entered France In the southern in-
vasion as a combat correspondent
nod to the First French
Army and was awarded two ol the
test decorations of the French
eroment, the Legion of Honor
the Croix de Guerre.
After the war. Mr. Schoenbrun
nan ed Paris correspondent
i'] is New [n this capacity, he
traveled throughout Europe,
North Africa, the Middle East and
covering the Israel-Arab
fllct, the wars in Algeria, Mor-
i and Tunisia and the battle
for French Indochina.
Spinoza Forum Meets [Washington
The public is invited to the W0M> Will speak ttL*S
Spinoza Forum which meets every J,h.e._tpic: "The Hi
Thursday from 10 a.m. to noon at | r> Wll|,
the Washington Federal, 1231 be readin
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Teen Department Presents
Rode Festival No. 2 at T
The Teen Department of the
YM-YWHA ol Greater Mis
SW 8th St., was to present Rock
Fi stival No 2, from noon to mid-
ni ht Thursdaj featuring I h
Group Game" along with Hi othei
local rock groups.
Advano tickets at red I
an a\ ailable at the N
teen office. Tick ts at i
1 at the door, a -
cording to Lee Cohen, teen
\ isor.
More than ever before Israel
needs your help. Strengthen
the State of Israelgive to
the U J A and buy
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December 24, 1971
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Page 3-A
mbassador Rabin Guest
)f Honor At Dec. 26 Ball
L Yitzhak Rabin, ambassa-
Ijraol to the United States,
the guest of honor at the
tsador"s Ball Sunday night
, Grand Ballroom of the Fon-
ileau Hotel. Ambassador
, will confer the Eleanor
kelt-Israel Humanities Award
M.ami Beach Mayor Chuck
Ion this occasion.
Lthcr highlight of the Ball
|lx' the presentation of 11
ladies to the ambassador in
utante ceremony which will
[^ducted bj Mrs. Anna Bren-
,i>. grand hostess of the
kbutf will also be accorded by
sador to the leaders of
srael Bond Organization who
helped to make this year's
Bond campaign the most
| in Bon I history. Special
of Honor will be conferred
ition of the role which
I nagogucs, organizations
high-rise residents have play-
Ih. intensive 1971 campaign
committee completing plans
Iho cala event is beaded by
t M. Albert, chairman of the
\\ Bond Organization; Dr. Irv-
I an, chairman of the
ttivi board; Dr. Leon Kron-
r.alional vice chairman oi Is-
Dr, Mayer Abramo-
cbairman of six-cial events;
J. Light and Samuel Fried-
honorary chairmen; Shepard
chairman of the Ball, and
\n L, Siegel, chairman of the
I nmittee.
v\ are being assisted by cen-
| ..- of Israel Sam Blank.
I- J. Brotman. Jacob C. Cohen,
Cohen, Marvin Cooper, Na-
Darsky, Harry Frankel, Jo-
H. Kanter, Salomon Klein.
a Malcolm Woldenberg,
Jacob Rifkin.
S. Popick. Alex Robinson.
erl "Pinky" Schlffman, Her-
L. Shaw, E ward T. Stephen-
William Sucher, Gerald J.
|n and Malcolm Woldenberg.
yonn", ladies who will be
AMBASSADOR YITZHAK RABIN
insert,.] art the Misses Jacalyn
Nan Adler, Susan Anita Bau,
Wendee Carol Besner, Suszanne
Brodic, Suzanne Gloria Caridi.
Laura Beth Dawson, Shelley Ar-
dLs Fellman, Julie Ann Greenberg,
Lois Allen Lasky, Ina Gele Milloff
and Lin. a Joy Raab.
Prior to assuring his current
post as ambassador of Israel to
the United States. Gen. Rabin
served as chief of staff of the
Israel Defense Forces; in this ca-
pacity he was commander of the
Israel Army during the Six-Day
War.
Born in Jerusalem. Gen. Rabin
is the son of American pioneer
Zionists; his schooling prepared
him for a career in fanning. Dur-
ing the Mandate days, however,
he enlisted in the Palmaeh, the
crack unit of tile Haganah (the
underground citizen army of the
organized Jewish community.) By
the time of the outbreak of Israel's
War of Independence, Ambassador
Rabin had risen to the rank of
deputy command-1!- of the Palmaeh.
In common with so many of his
contemporaries, Gen. Rabin as-
sumed his military tasks in rc-
sponse to the needs of the times
lather than as a life's calling. Al-
though he is a brilliant strategist
and hardened combatant, there is
little that is martial about his
personality. He looks upon his
military career as a national serv-
ice in the deepest sense, borne of
his commitment to the welfare and
security of the land he helped re-
build.
This fact is illustrate;! by his
words at a ceremony on June 28,
19tlT. shortly after the Six-Day
War, when the Hebrew University
of Jerusalem bestowed on him the
degne of Honorary Doctor of Phi-
losophy: 'i regard myself here as
the representative of the entire
Israel Defense Forces Our
warriors prevailed not by their
weapons but by their sense of
mission, by the consciousness of
the lightness of their cause, by a
deep love for their country and
an understanding of the difficult
task laid upon them: to insure the
existence of our people in its home-
land, to protect, even at the price
of their lives, the right oi the
Jewish people to live in its own
stall' free, Independent and in
peace."
Attorney Howard Hollander
Forte Forum Guest Tuesday
The Forte Forum is sponsoring a
talk, and discussion in a question-
and-answer period at the Tuesday
1 p.m. meeting in the auditorium
at 1200 West Ave., according to
the secretary, George N. Caylor.
Guest .speaker will be Howard
J. Hollander, whose topic will be
Florida's new "No-Fault Divorce
Law." Mr. Hollander, a practicing
Miami attorney, is a member of
the Florida Bar Association and
of the Board of Directors of the
American Civil Liberties Union
He serves as state chairman of
Americans tor Democratic Action
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Control And Authorization
The following statement has been prepared by the Com-
m-ttee on Control and Authorization ot Campaigns in response
to numerous inquiries in connection with activities on behalf of
Soviet Jewry. The statement has been released by Mrs. Char-
lotte Jacohson and Jack Weiler, cochoirmen of the Committee:
"The plight of Soviet Jewry, in their relentless and heroic
light to secure their rights of emigration to Israel and to
recreate their spiritual, religious and cultural life as a Jewish
community in Russia, has gripped the imagination of Ameri-
can Jewry and of men of good will everywhere.
"Indeed, the outpouring of sympathy and understanding
has been commensurate with the outstanding heroism and
COtirage of large numbers of Soviet Jews in llio struggle Ir.r
their human rights.
"Many American Jewish organizations ere engaged in
public relations and educational activities, designed to suj>|>o!"t
the struggle of Soviet Jews, which are coordinated through
the leadership of the American Jewish Confer- nee on Soviet
Jewry. These efforts should be encouraged and supported by
the American Jewish community.
"It should Ik* noted that the needs ot Soviet Jewry in
their efforts to leave Russia, and in transit to Israel and other
countries, are being provided tor by the agencies supported by
the Jewish Welfare Funds-United Jewish Appeal campaigns.
Their needs on arrival in Israel and elsewhere likewise are
provide! for by the same campaigns. The considerable sums
which are required can be mobilized only by the United Jewish
Appeal as the central, humanitarian agency of American
Jewry lor overseas needs. United Jewish Appeal agencies
spare no effort In bringing relief and facilities for rescue of
Soviet Jews who are able to leave the Soviet Union, and for
their absorption in Israel and elsewhere.
"In order to assist Soviet Jewry, all Jews should channel
their aid through the United Jewish Appeal."
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Judge Zev W. Kogan
President
Southern Region
Hon. Jay Dernier
President
Elect Dependable American Delegates to the Zionist Congress
Vote ZOA Slate No. 1
Your Ballot Is SecretVote Your Own Convictions
American Zionists, men and women throughout America, can be proud
of the ZOA slate, comprising the most distinguished Zionist leaders
in the country
Do not allow your ballot to identify you with the utterly baseless at-
tacks against the ZOA by Hadassah officials in New York. ZOA stands
on its 75 years of unswerving fidelity to the Zionist idea.
LET'S SET THE RECORD STRAIGHT!
In an obvious attempt to elect opponents of ZOA through the Hadassah
ballot men who otherwise would have no chance of election, Hadas-
sah officials made a deal under the caption "Non-Party Zionists with
Bnai Zion, a fraternal order, and the "League." a miniscule splinter
of dissenters.
Hadassah officials now seek political capital under the slogan. We
are non-political." Indeed! The fact is that Hadassah officials are up
to their necks in Zionist politics both here and abroad, in effect tying
Hadassah as a tail to the political kite of the socialist Labor Zionist
Party.
Hadassah officials proclaim the virtue of non-party Zionism based
on the fact that Hadassah heads up the only international Zionist
confederation which excludes Israeli Zionists. This contradicts the
fundamental principles of "the unity of the Jewish people and the
centrality of Israel in Jewish life" embraced in the Jerusalem Pro-
gram, the basic charter of the World Zionist Organization to which
Hadassah ostensibly subscribes. The fact is that Israeli Zionists of
all persuasions have always belonged, and continue to belong, to the
world Zionist movement. They are fully entitled to participate and
do participate in Zionist Congresses and in the governing bodies of
the World Zionist Organization. When Hadassah officials boast that
their grouping is "composed of Diaspora Zionists only," they are
admitting to a dangerous isolationism which, if unchecked, will drive
a wedge between Israelis and the rest of world Jewry.
Another deal: On the appeal of the ZOA, the Congress Tribunal in
Jerusalem found that Hadassah, the Labor Zionists and Mizrachi. by
inter-party agreement, ". arrogated to themselves the right to
divide those mandates [69 delegates] according to their own for-
mula."The Congress Tribunal in its Judgment said: "Such an agree-
ment must perforce be voided, and it is not to be followed for the
purpose of allocating the mandates in the United States." Thus, the
ZOA's appeal on moral grounds and Zionist principles was upheld.
Understandably. Hadassah is ashamed of all this. But why hide the
truth? Why does Hadassah distort the truth beyond recognition?
These shenanigans deserve to be repudiated by Hadassah members
around the country who, on a year-round basis, function in splendid
harmony and cooperation with the ZOA.
We urae the entire Zionist constituency to vote ZOA Slate No. 1. Your vote on the
merits will enhance the American Zionist movement and pave the way for a
meaningful 28th World Zionist Congress.
TO BE COUNTED: Your mail ballot must be postmarked not later than December 28.____________________


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Volume 44
6 TEVETH 5732
Number 52
Devaluation Was Inevitable
Devaluation would seem to be the order of the day.
Not only the American dollar but United Nations resolu-
tions have suffered a shrinkage as the results of recent
events and, while there can be no gloating over this turn,
the devaluation in either case was inevitable.
At the same time the nations of the world were offer-
ing their resolution urging Israel withdrawal from Arab
territories before peace talks might begin, they were con-
fronted with India's naked aggression against Pakistan.
Whatever the circumstances and the underlying reasons,
it became evident that only after India had accomplished
its aims would it agree to a halt in the fighting.
No one is surprised with the role of the Soviet Union
in all of this, for its support of India maintains the hypo-
crisy of a position which speaks of peace but foments
aggression when it does not actually commit it No wonder,
then, as we listen and read the words of our "statesmen,"
eager to condemn little Israel but reluctant to stand against
the big powers, that devaluation of credibility is the theme
of our times.
A Record Few Can Boast
Fifty years of service to the Greater Miami Jewish com-
munity is a record which few institutions in this compara-
tively new area can boast. That the Jewish Family and
Children's Service has reached that significant anniversary
enjoying a high reputation is a tribute to the pioneers and
their successors who had the vision and the fortitude to
carry the agency through many trying periods.
The community has undergone many changes in its
needs and attitudes and it is to the credit of Jewish Family
and Children's Service that it has met each new challenge
with vision during the 50 years of its existence. The recent
emphasis on teen problems is just one example of the
flexibility that has proven the worth of Jewish Family and
Children's Service to the community through the years.
Fitting Climax To Successful Year
The most successful year in the history of the Israel
Bond organization comes to a dramatic close Sunday night.
Presentation of Jewish debutantes eleven of them this
time at the Ambassador's Ball has become one of the
outstanding events of the local social scene, particularly
since the affair is held under the patronage of the Israel
Ambassador, Yitzhak Rabin.
18 Years Of Devoted Service
The retirement of Anna Brenner Meyers from the Dade
School Board after 18 years of service is a loss to the com-
munity which cannot be filled. As colleague Holmes Brad-
dock put it, "There is no way Anna ever can be replaced.
Anna is one of the greatest humanitarians of our times."
It was precisely this quality of the Jewish prophetic
vision that Mrs. Meyers brought to the School Board that
earned her the respect of even those who opposed her
liberal outlook. She stood alone on the issue of integration
for many years until the community gave her allies, but
her influence went into many spheres of one of the largest
school systems in the country.
Anna Meyers gave much to the general community
but never neglected her Jewish role and because of that
:he electorate returned her to office time and again. As
she reaches her 75th birthday and decides to rest a bit from
fier community labors one can only wish the best for this
woman of valor, one of our great Jewish assets.
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH AISOP
WASHINGTON A plea for"*
a modest value-added tax is due
to be the most surprising, most
interesting and most generally
gutsy of President Nixon's bomb-
shells for the election year.
The President's shrewdness
with bombshells and the Demo-
crats' invariable failure to be
ready for them are by now be-
coming almost proverbial. But
we have not yet had anything
quite like the one that is now in
preparation at the Treasury De-
partment under the astute su-
pervision of Secretary John
Connally.
Until the day for it comes,
the fact of the bombshell may
well be denied. The day may
not come, moreover, until the
scheduled report in early Fob-
Florida's presidential prefer-
ential primary, scheduled early
to focus attention on the state's
beautiful climate as contrasted
with New Hampshire, is having
an unusual effect on this area's
large Jewish population. And,
possibly, in the nation.
THKRE IS little doubtcer-
tainly not in the plans of the
candidates that the Jewish
vote could be decisive in the
hopes of several to be nominat-
ed by the Democrats when they
meet in Miami Beach next July.
The result is a wooing of the
local Jewish establishment that
borders on ridiculousness, and
with some frightening implica-
tions.
That's the candidates' problem.
But for us Jews all this at-
tempt at seduction could not
have come at a more sensitive
time in our history. It is threat-
ening and I write this with-
out the desire to be dramatic
to make some major tears in
the fabric of our Jewish com-
munity. Where divisions have
existed they undoubtedly will
be widened. Viewing the situa-
tion almost three months from
the date of March 14 Primary,
the answer to the question: "Is
this good for the Jews?" can
only be no.
WHAT COULD be read into
this is the proposition that
there should be Jewish unity in
American politics, especially at
this "critical" juncture, hut I am
suggesting quite the opposite.
Jewish leadership has been
found in both Republican and
Democratic ranks, in support of
conservative and liberal candi-
dates, and I suggest that this is
as it should be and good tor
the Jews.
My fear in this particular Pri-
mary, and I have expressed it
before, is that the issues of Is-
rael has become the door which
the Democratic candidates have
opened in the hope of winning
the Jewish vote and that, I sub-
mit, is not good for the Jews.
F.ither of Israel or America.
IX A brilliant analysis of Is-
rael today. Rabbi Arthur Hertz-
berg last Sunday during a lec-
ture at Temple Israel touched
on the issue which I believe to
be so potentially divisive. One
short sentence I shall honor
his request not to publish the
name of the official who said
it may be a complete sum-
mary of the situation. Speaking
of the proposition that, in the
long run, American liberals
were Israel's best friends, the
answer was: "They have no
Phantoms to give us."
For people like Dr. Hertzberg,
the member of the Jewish
Agency who last summer focus-
ed world attention on the prob-
lems of the Israeli poor, Jews
are involved ultimately for their
safety only in a liberal world.
Orientation to what he color-
fully described as "Spiro Agnew
country" is, for this internation-
al scholar, a grave error.
MORE specifically to the point
I have been trying to make for
the past several weeks in these
columns, Dr. Hertzberg feels
strongly that "a diaspora which
does not concern itself with its
Own thinking for its own exist-
ence and survival is not a fit
partner for Israel."
In accepting the notion that
it la enough to know how Demo-
uary of the president ,
mission now udy Jf
problem under the Sainl
Wpo former SecretarTS
fense Neil Mciiray
THIS will be a m
pose bombshell, in truth*
culated to bring down a 2
fed covey of birds in a siSl
JW-erdap But one mjf
va,ue*a Itself Thiil
sometimes called a -ira '
,,;;n;l ':v ;:iit -^m*
all the liberal faithful beca,
its impaci resemble* that oil
simple sales tax,
To Ir. sure -ho ScandiraJ
countries, with their stronri
social-mii. rnments, ft
quite comfortably with viM
added taxes at the rate of 151
At the Wesl German level i
11%, With exceptions for sa
things as food, an Amerio
value-added tax would raise i
additional S50 billion of revem
each year.
President Nixon's prop,,
value-added tax will be far id.
modest, in the neighborhood t
3%. Very substantial rend
sions and exceptions will be a]
eluded to make the tax less "a
gressive." Yet the estimated in
enue will be somewhere
tween $10-12 billion a year.
BIT THAT will be no I
than the first part of the!
shell package. The raw
promised by the suggested i
tax is calculated to be equal!
the share of the national!
bill that is now paid by
hated local property taxes. Ai
(Continued on Page 15-A)
COMMENT
by EDWARD COHEN
cratic presidential candidati
address themselves to the qm
tiona of Israel and Soviet Jew
American Jewish lea.iersbil
continues to Ignore the troubaj
Ing question of the quality
Jewish life in America. I
Hertzberg feels that our wi
major Jewish festivals arena
the opening of the Bonds dml
and the Combined Jewish M
,>cal campaign, that our thn
ing has been directed o\ers
Israel watching" ,0
neglect of our life here.
FOR THOSE who may nn
this strong talk. shou ,
noted that Dr. Hertzberg '
ardent Zionist (being on ui
executive of the Af "e>,!?]
of that) committed to AUyMJ
every sense, and to Israel iO
all his life. I
And it should he of added*
nificance to those *J
have exaggerated the is*
American" Judaism that u
World Zionist Ctttgresjjjj
rael next month final) **
dress itself to Jewish sun^
in the Diaspora.
THE AMKRIC-ANJJ
community. In Dr. Her.rtM
words, is mature andI J '
it demonstrated1 by W "JO
cent support ***Jl
and thereafter. B *
my belief, be cajoled eras-!
into a position which *J
tence to the standards^
** i. has se. fctortjW
its own course n U
candidates, whethei
Republican.
Ultimately, .raCiii
him. thai An ;Mrlbel
all other Je I
safety or, I
holds ti*


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fJe^istifhricUair
Friday, December 2. i
Marvin Stonberg, (right) and Morion Weinberger will serve
as ccchairmen cf the Accountants Division for the 1972
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign
of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Cochairmen Of Accountants
Division Announce Increase
Marvin Stonberg and Morton!
W< Inberger, cochairrm n cl the \ -
countants Dl' Ision for the 1972
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund ampaign of the
Greater Miami .' 'wish Federation,
announced a 72ri increase in giv-
ing al the first report meeting of
th< Accounts Leadership Commit-
tee.
trding to Mr. Stout)'1: I
Mr. Well the accuuntant-
anticipate con.....ting their cam-
paign by Dec. 31.
The Ai tarts Li a I rship
Comm 'i in hi I. slip .1 Au-
um. Mi (>! i > i'.
Albert J Beer, Barney Bernstein,
1. Jerry Bloom, Max Breslow, Mel-
vin Burton, Jesse Casselhoff, By-
ron S. Cherkas, Ivan Faggen, Rich-
ard I. Furman, Gary Gerson, Stan-
ley H. Gciii. Charles Hertzoff.
Harvey R. Horowitz.. Jack H.
Kane, Abraham Krutman, Howard
Learner, Jeffrey Lefcourt, Richard
i.. Levy, Morton Marcus. Howard
A. Mesh, Harvey Miller, Sol I'.-u-
chen, .Saul Radler, Stuart A. Roth-
Child, David Shapiro. Arnold .1.
St< rn, Rick Wallace, Ralph Weis-
bard, Jack Weisglass and A. B.
Wiener,
Sherman Wir.n Sam Manna Steve Winn Glenn Huberman
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On the Ocean
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Sniolar, Gorkin
Honored bv AZF
The significance of continued
protest against the U.S.S.R. lim-
itation of the number of its Jews
allowed to emigrate to Israel and
the Importance of the Kibbutz, aa
a way of life in Israel and as a
factor In the defense of its borders'
were highlighte at an American
Zionist Federation luncheon hon-
oring the authors of two new
bo(.ks.
Honored were Boris Smolar. vet-
eran editor emeritus "f the Jewish
! Telegraphic Agency, author of 'So-
| viet Jewry: Today and Tomorrow"
' (Maemillani and Michael Gorkin,
! youthful American author of "Bor-
der Kibbutz" (Grossei and Dunlap*
who is settling in Israel. Rabbi
Israel Miller president of the
American Zionist Federation, pre-
sided.
Mr. Smolar, a foreign corre-
spondent in Moscow for the New
York World who has visited the
country as recently as 1966, ex-
pressed the belief that the Soviet
government is worried" over the
i growing protests abroad against
"relegating i;~ Jewish population
to a status of second class citizen-
ship." "Little by little, the Krem-
lin's official line on Jews bends un-
der pressure from the civilized
world," he said, declaring he tv-
' lieves that as many as one million
of Russia's three million Jews
might leave the country if they
were allowed to do So.
The '.'9-year-old Gorkin. who had
worked in the voters registration
drive in Mississippi and neighbor-
hood poverty programs in Bast
Harlem, and ai one time had typi-
cal New Leftist pro-Arab sympa-
thies, told of his conversation from
a non-Jewish Jew to a Jew with
identitj as both an American and
a Jew who now plans to settle in
Israel.
"The Kibbutz." he said, 'has a
unique frontier life-style that
make- you aware of your Jewish-
ness. And the border kibbutz, with
the intense devotion of its mem-
bers, is an Integral part of Israel's
first line of defense. The kibbutz-
niks have a decision to their land,
and their way of life, which pivei
them a complete dedication to
then- country," Mr Gorkin de-
clan d
\bur little girl
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'Jew!si)IMMtm
Page 7-A

J)r. Leon Kronish, left, national board chairman of tho
Israel Histadrut Foundation presented Founder's Awards
lo three Greater Miami Jewish leaders ct the Chanukah
Salute to Israel. From left to right are Mayshie Friedberg,
Pr. Abiaham Wolfson and Jack Filosof. Mr. Filosof, cr past
president oi Poale Zion of Greater Miami, is president of a
Farbond breach. Dr. Wolfson, 90, and Mr. Friedberg, 89,
ere veterans of more than 60 years each in the Labor
Zionist Movement.
it -it &
Rabbi Stern Aids
In Keeping Order
Rabbi Tlbor H. Stern has re-
I turned from New York, where he
played ;> significant part in suc-
cessful efforts to prevent demon-
stratioiu against Israeli Premier
Qolda Meir. The protests were
threatened by what Rabbi Stern
termed "ultra religious elements"
in Riooklyn.
The spiritual leader of the
Jacob C. Cohen Community Syna-
gogue cooperated with Dr. J. B.
Soloveitchick, Rabbi Moshe Fein-
stein and other Orthodox Jewish
loaders in "quieting down the
spirits of certain elements who
wanted an immediate answer
from Mrs. Meir." Rabbi stern said
a memorandum is being formulat-
ed by lea-crs of Orthodox Jewry
which "may solve the present re-
ligious crises in Israel."
Jewish Floridian Sent To Students
And Servicemen By 2 More Temples
Two more Gn-iter Miami synagogues base expanded their
service program-, for college students by sending subscriptions
of The Jewish Kiori'.limi to young persons attending universitii -
<;i serving in the armed forces.
T'lnplc Emanu-El of Miami Beach andBeth David Congre-
gation of Miami have joined Beth Torah Congregation of North
Miami Beach in the project of informing children of member
families on local, national and world news of particular interest.
Rabbis Irving Lehrman and Sol Landau praised the pro-
gram of Jewish information as a vital step in molding future
leadership both for their own congregations and the Jewish
community at large.
Additional synagogues and temples throughout Florida are
considering the program of gift subscriptions which was Initiated
just prior to Chanukah and will continue on a year-round basis.
,r
Leaders of the 10th annual Chanukah Salute to Israel,
lspo;iored by the Israel Histadrut Foundation at the
iDeauville Hotel, discuss the success of the function. From
lleft ere Dr. Sol Stein, executive vice president of the Hista-
Idrut Foundation; Mrs. Samuel Feinstein; Israel Minister
[Yaacov Morris, principal speaker, and Mr. Feinstein, presi-
dent of the Israel Histadrut Council of South Florida.
Education Methods Described By Stern
JAainii Stern of North Miami
pel), thi' author of a new book.
Ihi' Making of a Genius." pub-
pod by Hurricane House of Mi-
lii. has described his own method
I education which helped both
J hw children to become recog-
l'~l i- geniuses in its pages.
olletje Students Conducting
becoming Sabbath Service
|The homecoming Sabbath serv-
satTemple Beth El, Hollywood,
l be conducted by college stu-
b's .U 8:15 p.m. Friday; there
e a panel discussion on
i"llie "Is Judaism Relevant
The Campus?"
IA class in Conversational Hcb-
Adult.s meets at the
\ n la at 9:30 a.m.; Dr.
Jm'K'i '/.. .laffee. spiritual leader,
I the "Living Bible" series
the chapel lounge Mondays at
bo .
A victim of the Na/.i invasion
of Palestine, Mr. Stern survived
the Hitler Holocaust and worked
out his educational system while
still an inmate of a displaced per-
sons' camp in Euro|>e.
Mr. and Mrs. Stern's daughter.
j Edith, was admitted to college be-
fore she was 13; their son, David,
plans to enter a university at an
even earlier age. A demanding
teacher, Mr. Stern has put his
children through rigorous training
from infancy.
Tho
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for I tarried
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to be in a frenzy, especially the ship's social director.
Party-party-party. Funny little hats. Bingo until mid-
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be in port for only an hour so enjoy all the
. sights ashore and rush back by 10:15 or you'll
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Je*ist>nvrkiinn
'Night For Soviet Jews'
To Feature F. Lee Bailey
A national plan for the adoption
Of 80,000 Jewish families who have
applied for exit visas from the
U.S.S.R. is one Of the key objec-
tives of the American Federation
For Soviet Jews, Inc.. which is
sponsoring "A Night for Soviet
Jews," Sunday at 8:00 p.m. in the
Miami Beach Auditorium.
The event will feature the noted
Boston defense attorney, F. Lee
Bailey, famed Israeli songstress
Geula Gill, singer/comedian Eddy
Michaels, and Miami's own Eddie
Schaffer as master of ceremonies.
Mr. Bailey, whose new book
"The Defense Never Rests," re-
counts his meteoric courtroom
career, has just returned from
high level meetings in Israel with
leaders of the Soviet Jewish Lib-
eration Movement. He has pledgee
to keeping up the fight until every
Soviet Jew who wishes to repatri-
ate to Israel Is given that right
A former Air Force jet pilot,
Mr. Bailey's interest in Soviet
Jewry was first aroused by the
December, 1970 Leningrad trial of
nine Jews and two non-Jews ac-
cused of attempting to hijack a
Soviet airliner. He requested per-
mission to attend the trial as an
impartial observer but was turned
down by the Soviet Ambassador
to the U.S., Anatoly Dobrynin. He
has since joined forces with the
American Federation For Soviet
Jews in an all out effort to bring
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the American public.
The family adoption plan Is the
centerpiece of a multi-pronged
program for Soviet Jews set forth
by American Federation president
Morris Brafman, a delegate to last
February's Conference Of World
Jewish Communities On Soviet
Jewry held in Brussels, Belgium.
Mr. Brafman outlined other ele-
ments of the program, including a
nationwide telephone campaign to
Jews in the U.S.S.R., the estab-
lishment of a 'hot-line' news serv-
ice between U.S. Jews and leaders
of the Soviet-Jewish liberation
movement in Israel, direct mater-
Gala Concert To
Start New Year
A gala concert to start the new
year will feature The Miami Bal-
let and internationally renowned
violinist, Alexander Prilutchi, ac-
companied by pianist Francisco
Muller.
The concert will take place at
the Miami Beach Auditorium Sun-
day, Jan. 2, at 7:30 p.m. Admis-
sion is free and the public is in-
vited.
Allen A. Dworkis is president
of the Miami Beach Cultural So-
ciety which is presenting the con-
cert. George W. Valentine, vice
president of Chase Federal Sav-
ings & Loan Association, which
sponsors the program, will give
the message of welcome.
The program will open with a
romantic ballet suite, "Les Peris"
with choreography by Thomas
Armour, founder of the Miami
Ballet Co., and music by Burg-
muller, and conclude with "Harle-
quinade," with choreography by
Robert Pike.
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ial support to Soviet Jews who
have been imprisoned or dismissed
from their jobs for requesting exit
visas to Israel, and the creation of
Jewish Center Activities
Attract More Participants
Activities in Jewish Community
Centers and YM-YWHAs on the
past year attracted an aggregate
total of 34,506,000 participants,
showing that Centers are serving
the entire Jewish community "to
an independent radio service in j a greater degree than in the past
and have expanded and deepened
their role of serving the general
community.
This is reported by Emanuel
Berlatsky in the new National
Jewish Welfare Board Year Book.
(JWB is the National Association
of Jewish Community Centers
and YM-YWHAs).
Membership in Jewish Commu-
nity Centers reached a record
high of more than 782,000 persons
of all ages, Mr. Berlatsky, a mem-
ber of JWB's executive staff, re-
ports in the Year Book's lead
article. As a result of increased
services and mounting inflation,
budgets prepared for the Centers'
1971 operations indicate total ex-
penditures of $58,265,000, an in-
crease of 8.3% over their expendi-
tures of $53,800,000 for 1970.
In meeting their commitment to
Europe to beam programs to Jews
in the Soviet Union in Russian,
Hebrew and Yiddish.
A national fund-raising cam-
paign to implement this program
has been undertaken by Mr. Bail-
ey, who will make a series of per-
sonal and TV appearances over
the next 12 months under the aus-
pices of the American Federation
For Soviet Jews to plead the
cause of Soviet Jewry with
Americans of every denomination.
Tickets for "A Night for Soviet
Jews" may be obtained by con-
tacting The American Federation
For Soviet Jews, Inc., Greater Mi-
ami Chapter, 1000 N. Miami Ave.
Tickets are also available at the
Miami Beach Auditorium Box Of-
fice.
a full
and
rane of jewish
Puqwses, Center?,*1
volved in activities '?a,^ >
Jewish education oft^'0"
children, teens m ^"*ho*
Berlatsky stat^tfi^ 1
wide range of sub'l^'
covered. includinTftg*'
guage, history ute
folk-ways." rature
The Jewish content of i
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was enhanced through w
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brought Israeli communaU-n
to these facilities for
periods of service
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facilities and progTams gj
vide for Jewish cultural and
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a variety of activities and u.
related to project, and isJl
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Berlatsky, JWB's Dta^"
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Friday
I December 24, 1971
+JewistiFk>rknan
Page 9-A
Catholic Church, Jewish Groups
Establish Permanent Study Group
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Continued from Page 1-A
of the Synagogue Council of
America, who said an earlier
meeting laying the foundation
[for the Paris conference was
I held in Rome in December, of
1970. A similar liaison was es-
tablished in 1970 with the World
Council of Churches.
A communique issued after
the Paris meeting said that the
deliberations, which for the first
time in history brought together
official representatives of the
world Jewish community and
the Catholic Church In a con-
tinuing liaison committee *ook
place in an atmosphere of frank-
ness and cordiality.
The joint Catholic-Jewish
statement defined the object of
the exchanges as "improving of
mutual understanding between
the two religious communities,
exchange of information and
possible cooperation in areas of
common concern and responsi-
bility."
Two small working groups
will study the ways, in which
the relationship between reli-
Kious community, people and
land are conceived In the Jew-
ish and Catholic tradition and
the promotion of human rights
and religious freedom.
Rabbi Lehrman, spiritual lead-
er of Temple Emanu-El of Miami
Beach, told the gathering "the
true significance of the just
concluded meeting in Paris is
that for the first time in the
history of our two-faith com-
munities we have established
a permanent relationship enabl-
ing us to deal with differences
and common objectives."
The 500 dinner guests paid
tribute to Israeli Foreign Min-
ister Abba Eban, who was pre-
sented with the Synagogue Coun-
cil's "Judaism and World Peace
Award" by Moses Hornstrin,
treasurer. Mr. Eban was given
a hand-crafted silver menorah
creuted by artist, Moshe Zabari.
Synagogue Statesmen Awards
were presented to Max L. Koep-
pel, Eugene Hollander and the
Hon. Charles H. Silver. The
three lay leaders are active in
the Reform, Conservative and
Orthadox branches of Judaism.
Another speaker at the din-
ner, Dr. Cynthia Wedel, presi-
dent of the National Council of
Churches, conceded1 that "The
Christian community has often
failed to support the cause of
the Jews of lsra<_". today as you
wish we did."
Bishop Joseph L. Bernardin,
general secretary of the U.S.
Catholic Conference, spoke of
the Christian support for the
plight of Jews in the Soviet
Union. "This oppression calls
forth, from all men of good' will,
sympathy toward the oppressed
and indignation toward the op-
pressors."
Rabbinical Association Policy On
Observance Of New Year's Eve
The Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami has issued a
resolution calling upon the Jewish community to refrain from
New Year's Eve observances Friday evening Dec. 31. The state-
ment, issued in the name of the Association by its president, Dr.
Eugene Labovitz of Temple Ner Tamid, reads:
"Inasmuch as New Year's Eve occurs this year on Friday
evening, the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami urges the
Jewish community to respect the sanctity of the Sabbath by
refraining from sponsoring or attending activities that conflict
in any way with the observances of the Sabbath and attendance
at religious services.
"We further urge all Jews to attend the religious services
scheduled in their respective congregations as a manifestation of
their personal dignity and self respect, as well as, the spirit of
committment to the principles of our religious faith and to our
Jewish heritage."
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"A NIGHT FOR SOVIET JEWS''
AT MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1971 at 8:00 P. M.
MR. F. LEE BAILEY, our Nation's foremost defense attorney,
will speak on the urgent problem of the Soviet Jews and
how he plans to defend them in their struggle for repatria-
tion to Israel.
MISS GEULA GILL, the prominent Israeli entertainer, wii!
perform the folk songs that captured the hearts of millions
around the world.
ADDITIONAL PROG1AM GUESTS
MR. MORRIS BRAFMAN, President of the American Federation for Soviet Jews, Inc.
MR. DENNIS PRAGER, Graduate Student at The Russian Institute at Columbia University, N.Y.C.
Ma.fr of OK^nonk.: MIAMI'S OWN EDDIE SCHAFFE*
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Phone 1305) 379-0511
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+Jewisti nerkiictr
Jhe nTaew Jpmtms j-ront lJlic f iilpif
Ingredients Of Leadership
i brothers or sisters in the commun-
i'y who do not talk to each other,
... they should follow tin- example ol
All 01 us are familiar with the Joseph and do so Immediately. If
o>y of Jowph who hod been soU there arc children who do not
By
Ti
DR. DAVID RAAB
'tuple Beth Kaphfift
Rabbi Raab
j ito slavery by his brothers. How-
ever, through interpreting dreams
for Pharaoh he'
: the land
from utter fam-
ine an; starva-
tion, and had be-
come prime min-
ister of Iv .
In this week's
reading of the
T o r a h. Joseph
moved by the
devotion and
sacrifice on the
part of Judah
for his youngest
Vrother Benjamin, finally reveals
i imself to his brothers. In a most
ra.iiatic way. his outburst i-: "I
.in Joseph, your brother; is my
lather still aliv ?"
In this single sentence we get
.i glimpse into the character of
Joseph. First he claims thai he is
Joseph. This clear]] shows the
characteristic of humility. He
Paneah, (as he was known by
his Egyptian name) the primi
nister of E/ypt." However, h
- anted them to know that hi
) asn'i forgotten his hi itage.
Indeed, throughout the Biblical
account wi learn thai Joseph em-,
; hasized thai h was a Hebrew,
*- though to tell the Egyptians,
You may not think much of it.
tut it is my herita -< !' a- John
Ruskin has said: "I believe that
the first test of a truly great man
his humility."
A second characteristic is to b<>
J iund in the s >our brother" yes, ready to for-
give you for all the hardship-
Inch you have caused me. Joseph
tells them not to blame them-
l -lves for having sold him into
* avery. God meant it to be that
s a\. in order to save Egypl and
1 ie entire world from famine.
This may serve as a fine lesson
our day. Some people continue
- > hate, disregarding the admoni-
tion of Scriptures: "Thou shall not
ike vengeance nor hear a grudge."
.An> one who will not forgive,
rc"s hatred in his heart. The
t P.yion has said that "Hatred
-- tin madness f the heart."
Hatred is acid and will consume
ie inner heir.- ol an individual.
If. therefore, there are any
speak to their parents, let them
! begin talking to one another. To-
morrow may be too late. Remem-
ber that "to err is human, to for-
give is div ine."
Finally Joseph asks: "Is my
father s*ill alive?" He thus shows
respect and reverence for the
commandment: "Honor thy fathei
and thy mother." This is the third
characteristic of true leadership.
The trouble with our age is
that the adults have not set a
very good example for their chil-
dren. It is nonsense to blame the
youth of today for al! the ills of
our society. Thoy are no more
and no less than the product of
the society which nurtured them.
It is the a:"ults who have created
the human jungle of our society.
Do we show resrx'ct for law and
ordei" Aie we ready to accept dis-
cipline and authority? When a
labor leader shows disrespect for
the office of the President of the
Prated States, what can you ex-
from the young?
If society is not to disintegrate
and go to the clocks completely, we
must inculcate the three character-
:-tl '- inherent in our hero, Joseph.
Humility, forgiveness and res;,, i
for parents an' elders must 1'
restored to eminent |>ositions on
the ladder of v.ilu. -
Our young people must \x- shown
by precept and example wiuit is
right and what is wrong: what is
good and what is evil. Alas! They
know the price of everything and
the value of nothing, precisely as
they have learned from the adult
world.
What is
dilemma?
the answer to our
We must cultivate more- and
more leaders who will follow in
the footsteps of Josej>h.
5
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
6 TEVETH 5:16
9
Bj RABBI DR. SAMUEL J. FOX
Why it it customary for the
L'room to icwne to the synagogue j
on the Sabbath morning before
his wedding?
The way some sources analyze
it. it seems that the original time I
for the groom's visit was on the !
Sabbath after the wedding. As a'
matter of fact some (Midrash Tal- j
piyyot) expect the groom to come
on the Sabbath before the wed-
ding as well as on the Sabbath af-
ter the wedding.
These sources contend that a
groom is likened unto a "king."
The King of ancient Israel was
required to have two scrolls of
the Torah. Thus, the groom comes
before the Torah twice on the
Sabbath l>efore his wedding and
on the Sabbath after his wedding.
First, a marriage was always
regarded as a matter of general
community concern. In olden
times (and even in some Jewish
communities today) notice of in-
tent to marry had to lx filed with
the Rabbinate some time before
the marriage. To this end. the
presence of the groom in the syna-
gogue before the wedding was
tantamount to announcing to the
community that a wedding was
about to take place. The syna-
gogue, especially on Sabbath, was
the place where public informa-
tion was announced.
i
Secondly, a groom was consider-
ed an honored personage in the
community, especially the first
week after the marriage. In some j
communities, a special reading!
from the prophets was substituted
for one regularly assigned for that
particular Sabbath and the groom
read this portion.
Thirdly, many associate this
practice with the means by which
the wise King Solomon construct-
ed the Temple in Jerusalem. He
made a special gate referred to
as the "Gate of the BridegTwrns"
through which the groom would
enter the sanctuary and people
who wished to offer their tributes
and compliments to the groom
would gather at this gate.
Having the groom come to the
synagogue either before or after
the wedding on the Sabbath when
many people are there, gives the j
people of the community an op-
portunity to discharge their obli-
gation of offering good wishes and
congratulations to the couple in
order to augment their happiness.
(C), 197*. Jewish Tvlt-Rraphii- Ak.-ii, y
XLVII.
SYNOPS.S Of THE WEEKIY TORAH P0RT10N
Vayigash
"Then Judah came near unto him .,-,
rii. 27. ((h:';'".-\-Ln-
18.
JOSEPH REVEALS HIMSELF: Jud-h .
and made a moving and eloquent ,ppoal ,."' fe*
' -jemfn be returned to his aged father whl, 1(1 *
son and would die of grief if yet another were ,' '
and offend himself as a bondsman in his h.othe m **
couL. no longer restrain himself and, ordertna nil \, Jos"*
draw, disclosed his real identitv. The brother "'"" toHi,h"
with fright, but Joseph told them not to reproach',".!'' f^"**
selling him into Egypt as i, had been OodV:V;;.\':
many people from starvation. He urged then, to retumi.5 *"
and hasten back with their father, their families a, 1^**
herds. They would live in the Land of Gostien ;,| !. ^
food for the remaining five yean of famine The hi "'
embraced by Joseph and all wept with emotion VV ,?,? "*
reached Pharaoh, he too, invited them to settle i, f '
ordered that wagons be sent to convey Jacob and hi. XL"1
Joseph showered his brothers with guts for [?,s ftS
and they returned to Canaan. rathw-
JACOB LEAVES FOR EGYPT: When Jamb was told ,,
Joseph was still alive he felt faint, as he could hardly JZ*
n-ws. but after hearing the full story, set forth on h,s IL
accompanied by 66 of his direct descendents and their rWT
He stopped at Beershcba to offer sacrifices to God who uZrt
m a vision and told him not to fear going to Egypl for hfcd!
scendant; would return to Canaan. On their arrival in firm
Joseph, after meeting with his father at Goshen advise?!
brothers to tell Pharaoh that they were herdsn I Vs the Eai
tians considered this to be an inferior occupation Phanwh
would allow them to live apart in Goshen. Joseph presented five
of his brothers to Pharaoh, who entrusted the tent ones
with the care of his flocks. Joseph then Introduced his :
who bestowed his blessing on Pharaoh.
THE FAMINE IN EGYPT: The famine had reached a critt
cal stage and all the money of the Egyptians and Canaanites
had passed into the royal treasury. In e\ r ;o)Kt ,h,
Egyptians were moved from the county to the cities, when
corn was stored, to facilitate the distribution ol I iod. The) wen
still permitted, however, to cultivate their own lands, provided
th.-y paid one-fifth of the produce to Pharaoh: bul the land bos
longing to the priests was exempted from this lax So the Is-
raelites lived in the Land of Goshen and acqui wealth and
prosperity.


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evision
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Ui-i.:
Ch. 4, 8:30 a.m. The First Estate
(Repeated on Ch. 1 at 5:30 p.m.'
Topic: "Jewish Philanthropy
Host: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Guests: Robert Russell, president, and Arthur
Rosiehan, executive vice president,
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Ch. 10, 9:30 am. The Jewish Worship Hour
Host: Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz,
Beth Torah Congregation. North Miami Bead
Dec. 88 Ch. 7. 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
Topic: "Holiness Code"
Host: Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgard,
Temple Beth Am. South Miami
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MIAMI
A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
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Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
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Sabbath Eve la Christmas Bve: Cross
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Soi Pakowitz 2
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken-
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Herbert Baumgard. 31
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BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipson 4
> iiia} > so |. hi Sermon: "Jewish
1 'olli Sabbn Hi DlwuHHlon
Baturd morning Bar Mltsvah:
Michael, s.,11 .if Mr and Mm Arnold
ll'i 'I'. I .ill I.. -M,n
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi H. Rothman 5
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Leon Segal.
T day X:l."> p.m I lueal Rpi akei
J on s 1 'ohen Subject "What '
' : m>rHti<.ll Map K..II0VV1 .I hv
< i.r Sli ibbal. I1 1..1 i.\ Mr
S.mi S.hulv.n. in honor of Mr
Mm Al.. S liolilman fjolilei
V nld ne v nnl\ .1 in) H 'in da v i"
at- mn: "An vppn h Ti Lift
* 11 "i Portion of Law ". |. m Ser
A Successful Life
'5R.AE>ITE CENTE- 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazin. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
OR OLOM (Temple) 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
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TlfERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Aye. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
14
BETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hinkes 8
Friday 8:15 p.m Sermon: "Muslr In
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in honor ..f Kill..11 Hinkes' blrthda)
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ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER
Miami. 137 NE 19th Street. Reform.
Rsbbi Joseph R. Nsrot. 10
I i.Ja> 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Ban-] Tabach-
Prldaj 8:15 p.m Sermon: "The 1m-
IMirtanee of .v.lull Education in ju.i.
alam. Baturd ty I ., m. Bible Dlaeua-
Hlon.
ZION (Temple) 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro
P hi Bat Mltjvah: 1 orl
daua-ht. r ol h n Robbli
urdas 9 :, h r Mr ,,, N, ,
"' Mr, and .\i Barni .1 Kaplan,
H'AIEAH
Tlf.ERETH JACOB (Temple;. 951 E.
4th Ave Conservative. Rabbi Na.
than Zolon'l-k. 15
NORTH MIAMI
BiEfirT^ MOSHf CONGREGATION
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative
Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel, Cantor Ben
Zion K.Tsclicnbaum. 35
MIAMI BEACH
AU..A7H 'SRASL. 7801 Carlyle Ave
Orthodox. 17
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox
Rabbi Berel We. u 13
BETH JACOB 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox, lahbi Shmaryahu T. Swir
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19
BETH RAPHAEL (Temple). 154S
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
BETH SHOLOM ( Temple). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor David Conviser. 21
Friday 7:4". pm Sermon: 'There
1.....v,! I Seem To Be Too Mu li lv. .
' 'n Karth Or Good Will Toward Men
Saturdnj |0:4fi a.m Bar Nfllivah:
Joaeprr, -..n ..f Mr. and Mr 1
s.-)n\ arta
BETH TFILAH 935 Euclid Ave Or.
thodex. Rabbi Joseph E Rackov-
Sky.
BETH VOSEPH CHAIM CON OR EGA.
TION, 843 Meridian Aver I
CUBAN HEBREW CONUR"--*"'(ON.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rahbi Dow Roxeiicwaig.
----
EMANU-EL. (Temple). 1701 Washing.
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehr.nan. Cantor fvl 4^1-- -.4
Prlday S*n.m ;md S:3o p.m. Sermon:
1 "inii It Beart-h
Antiual Homecoming Babl.atl u
(he participants from the 0
munlty will be Jefftej Ka
Ji in. > Masor Snturdiij
ly Pi 1 ;
Hlevi i .., ,
en Kami, .|u....., ,.,,,,K,.,
111 .:" 111

HEBRE'A/ ATADCMV. 2400 Pmrtree
r:.O'th0d0'<- Rabbi Alexander S
Gross
28
k ANNFLL .Brancn of He-
brew Academy 1. 7th <5t. and M-rid-
laT-liy- .rthodox- Habbl Abraham
Ben-Hillel. 2i-A
JAsetfiL5i OH*N COMMUNITY
SYNAQOGUr. I8S2 c,ton
Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H.
Stern. Cantor Meyer Engel. 26
K^E.5EJH ISRAI--. Uli Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lebrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif. zj

MENORAH, J?nu>le>. &2Q 75th St
Conservat(vV. r*,\..| M.ayer Abram.
owitz. Cantor Nice Felrlman 2
Friday SHE p m. >B*| Mltarah: Cella
and Usette, twin daochtara nf Mr
and Mrs Morris Zucarla.s. Saturdnv
I I in Bar Mltsvah: Michael son ol
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Kry.l.
NER TAiviiu iiemp.e,. 80th St. anC
Tatum Waterway. Conservative.
Rabbi Eugene LaboviU. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. 29
I JYIdaj S 15 1. in Sermon: "The Hoii-
day Seaxon-and n.s Meaaasje for People
of All l-M'tlis '
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Or
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
man. 30
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Avs. Rabbi Sadi Nahmiaa. 31 :
CONGREGATION TZ CHAIM. 1542- '
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom I
Groner. 32
NORTH BAY vTlLAGE JEWISH '
CENTER, 1720 79th Street Cause-
way, North Bay Village. Conserva-
tive. Rabbi Philip Fried. 32-A
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (Temple). 1025
NE Miami Gardens Dr. Conserva- .
tive. Rabbi Milton Schlinsky. Can-
tor Nathaniel Schub. 33
BETH TORAH NE 164th St. at 11th '
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 34 '
B-NAt RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St I
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel !
Cantor Jack Lerner. M
SINAI (Temple) o NORTH DAOB
18801 NE J2nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor Irving
Snulkes. 37
in Sermon: "Onee tlpon
\v as v Jew i-In Messiah
1 n So The) Said." Saturday 10:30
Mllsvnh Jody, daughter of
id -Mis. Lav I. 11. e J, 7.ii-n.
SKY LA 1'Hli Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
Caplan. 38
1 p in Saturday I m B" 1
mon: "\\ hai 1 lea Ah. ad for l7S?"
1 hi
YOUNG ISRAEL* OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Naftali Porush. 39
JUDEA
Reforn
C0RAI GABIES
(Templel. 5500 Granadi Bvl
a. Rabbi Morris Kipper
ZAMORA (Temple) 44 Zamors .
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Wi-
er. Cantor Mordecai Yaroeirn "
Prldaj 8:1S pn Sermor
That We Creati '' I '
Shabbal Salunl '
SURFSIOl
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION.
9293 Harding Ave.. Surfside. To"
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi IMM 0. i
FT. IAUDEROAIE
BETH ISRAEL fj, art-
lend Park Blvd. Rabbi A*>va
liant. Cantor Maurice Neu.
EMANU-EL. 3245 W. Oakland W
Slvd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur *
rams. Cantor Jeronie Klenient.
P0MPAN0 BEACH
SHOLOM (Ten.ple). 132 SE 1* *,,
Conservative, Rabbi Moms A. |
Cantor E'nest Schreiber.
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MARGATE
MARGATE JEWISH CENTEfi. *
NW 9th St. ____
haua'noaie
hallandale jewish "
R.bbi Max J. We' Jacob Danziger. 126 N.t. ,4
HOlLtWCOO
H(HLW=t
BETH EL (Tempi... Vf*
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roe St. Conservative. KabB
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Conservative.


Friday. December 24, 1971
'"'Jen isli fkridH&jn
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jTm.S
Max Lerner
Sees //
S \N FRANCISCO There they are, going at each other in
ale murderousness, finally using the weapons the great
. < have furnished to them over the years. Whatever excuses
ii i may employ they arc the killers, caught up in a senseless,
wanton, Iraglc slaughter, mostly of the innocents.
When I speak of the killers I mean the military and iiolitical
traders of India and Pakistan, both of them. Yahya Khan and
!;- generals must have been dolts back In March if they didn't
see that their cruel repression of the East Bengali movement for
autonomy wouW lead to a mass exodus of refugees and give
India its Chance to intervene. But even more, Indira Gandhi and
! advisers must hear the heavy burden of the decision to use
i akistan's blunder and its plight as the occasion for an aggres-
sive thrust at the mastery of the subcontinent.
Thus neither side can approach whatever final judges there
niay be, on whatever day of judgment, with clean hands. But
I don't exempt the great powers, who are also killers in arming
the two nations, seeking to use them in their alliance setup.
Tills goes for China, which is Pakistan's chief champion. II
for America, which gave military and economic aid almost
i i tally to both without achieving any leverage power over
either. But it goes especially for Russia, whose treaty of alliance
' si August seems to have been the crucial event that gave
Indian leaders the go-ahead signal. It Is the Russians also who
bio ked any time!} United Nations action by the great powers,
and who-, veto In the Security Council has again made a mock-
oi that body as an instrument of peace.
Cr -Cr 6
BESIDES. INDIA AND PAKISTAN have prove', more or
|i -^ apt pupils, aping the ways that the gn at powers nave taucht
Who was it that swept down on Tibet? China. Who
was it thai cracked down on Hungary and Czechoslovakia, In
, pressiona that became classic operations for military history,
and must have been Yahya Khan's envy.' Russia Who was it
that sen' more than a half-million soldiers into Vietnam, and
"'.cuds of planes? The United Stales The arrogance Of power is
not limited to the great powers. The infection of corruption has
sd from them to the lesser ones.
Along with the exercise of power there is the exercise of
trie. The Pakistani generals are not very good at it. but the
ins have shown themselves virtuosos of virtue. While Gen.
-. ora. the Indian commander in Ijas* Bengal, was racing ahead
to encircle Pakteian-si,*uall-..i'OV*. Mf*. Ga,ndh.L rsnpk<*. to aU of
tatta abdut the freed..m fighters staking their all In defense of
the values for which we also have struggled.'!. ,,
Once again Americans, roust hrarechoos of "themselves, Mrs.
ril's sonorities being back memorii t ol Woodrow Wilson's
re of moralism .yul power as'be threw American armies
World War i -wirh in- graceftil and ol his earlier
e ross the Mexican border, |3he also joins the question-
eon any of those who pn ijd ver.America's Mexican
.. -, !'.".. for the liberation their compatriots and
for the A

NO, T1IE KILLINGS AND DVIN'iJS, i th Orwel-
. di uble-lhink, are not the monop ilj ol anj one side or anj
n 'i In _\ api oal to whotevei i sees the chai i
use of them, perhaps to ">' ik '"haps to
tk its frustrations, perhaps onlj to i is its | ol ns a bit.
It is enough to make anyone heartsick aboul what Mark
used to call "the damned human race." No one can son
out the blame, and I have not been sparing about Ami
.1 has sins aplenty In it- pas' and present. This time, how-
ever, Ann rica tried to play it cool and neutral but was so en-
ed in it- own self-made traps that it fade: to cry ha\
>ut ol the United Nations, at what it saw comli didn't
net early enough to expose the hypo rlsy of the inevitable
tian veto.
I don't underestimate Mrs, Gandhi's and India- bind at
being unable to digest 9 million refugees and yet unab
or anyon. else doing something about the repression i
B the name of Mahatma, who again and again was readj to
"ider to keep Hindus and Moslems from murdering each
should have been the one whom historj chose to move to the
brink of this war and over, and to deal the United Nation
mortal blow.
But humans, with the highest idealism, often help history
out in Its absurdities. Americans know well enough that the
leaders of its wars have tended to lie high-minded liberals. \\ hy
should it fare differently with India? And why shouldn't
Indian people also discover what John Dryden said to his era in
Kngland, "Thy wars brought nothing about."
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dl tits have won the 1971 National
Mont Court Championship in om-
petition with 123 other law schools
from all parts of the country.
The Hurricanes defi ated George-
town University in the final round
in New York City afte. winning
over the teams from the Univer-
sity i r Wisconsin, Unhnvsity of
Virginia and George Washington
University.
It marked the first time that a I
ti am from the southern region i
has won the national title. In de-
feating Georgetown in the final
round, the Miami team ended a
long reign for the Washington,
DC. school. Georgetown has won
the competition three times in 22 |
years, more than any other school.
U-M team member Daniel S.
S hwartz, 24. of Miami, a senior,
won the award for the outstand-
ing oral argument in the final
round and received a crmplete set
of both series <>! American Juris-
prudence, the lejral encyclopedia.
Mr. Schwartz and the other team i
members, Paul I. Lcvine, 23. of
Hugh'.SVille, Pa., a junior, and1
Roger Schwartz., 22, a junior from |
Commack, N.Y., shared an award ]
or several sets of legal volumes, j
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tin' team oralists.
Orange Bowl Parade Slated
For Nationwide Telecast
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ol the Orange Bowl Festival, NBC-
j TV will televise the King Orange
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finish in prime time New Year':
Eve, from S to 0:30 p.m.
In addition to the great-hour- j
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civic and commercial stages will
move onto the television screens
of lens of million of env ious v:.. w-
it-. .Joining hands from such plapes
as Hawaii. Canada and California
,-will be 10 local marching hands.
Eddie Cohen, left, executive dirertor of Temple Israel, chats
with Frank Mankiev/icz at a campaign meeting for Sen.
George McGovern, Mr. Mankiewicz, press secretary to the
late Sen. Robert F. Kennedy, is a national campaign direc-
tor for the South Dakota Democrat's bid for his party's 1972
presidential nomination. The two met during a dinner at
the Jockey Club of Miami honoring Mr. Mankiewicz and
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*Jewisi> fhr/dton
Friday, December 24, 1971
This Week In History...
40 Years Ago This Week: 19S1
JeWs constituted 5T7e of Jeru-
salem^ population.
Harry Lapidus, 49-yoar.oM Jew-
ish communal leader and Republi-
can functionary, was murdered on
leaving a Talmud Torah meeting
in Omaha.
'"Anti-Semitism has driven from
their native towns in Mecklen-
burg Jews whose families have
been living there for generations
The Jews are being forced to up-
root themselves and leave the soil
to which they have been attached
for centuries because their lives
have been made unbearable by the
masses who are seeking a scape-
goat on which to vent their mis-
ery," a dispatch from Berlin read.
The Kremlin agreed to allow
the delivery' of about two million
pounds of m;>tzoh from Jersey Oily
but only between Jan. 1 an^
March 15.
Israel's first opera house, in
Jerusalem was named after Thom-
as Alva Edison.
S. Y. Haim. former member of
the Persian Parliament and for-
mer acting president of the Zion-
ist Organization of Persia, was ex-
ecuted for allegedly conspiring
against the government and the
life of the Shah; four other Jews
were released. ., ,,. ,,
Hitler announced formation of
the Nazi Party of Holland.
10 Years Ago This Week: 1961
President Gamal Abdel Nasser
said he would build Egypt's armed
strength "to meet Zionist and im-
perialist threats" and "to break
th;? heads of anybody who may
approach us." He denied intentions
of attacking Israel, attributing
such suggestions to those who
wanted "to stab us in the back."
Citing poor attendance at serv-
ices, the Bulgarian government
closed the last synagogue in Sofia
and turned in into a museum.
South Africa's largest Jewish
paper, the South African Jewish
Times, was 25 years old.
Responding to Orthodox pro-
tests. Israeli Police Minister Bech-
or Shitreet said Adolf Eichmann
had been transferred from court
to the Ramleh prison on the Sab-
bath (or security reasons.
Jlf. Yohanan K_*-*iv50, act-
ing president of the Technion. re-
tired after 36 years with the
institute.
The Israel Philharmonic Orches-
tra was 25.
'The reported Soviet-Egyptian
weapons agreement, under which
Egypt is to be provided with ad-
ditional Soviet submarines and
MIG fighter planes in exchange
for use by Soviet fleet units of
Egyptian naval bases, was termed
by French officials here as a se-
rious threat to peace not only for
Israel but for the entire Mediter-
ranean area," a Paris paper re-
ported.
Israel's foreign trade, with 78
countries, totaled ssoo la i%i,
nsainst $400 million in 1955.
(From the files of the JTA)
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be aire.i Sunday at 8:30 a.m.
on WTVJ-TV. Ch. 4. The
program will also be shown
on WPBT-TV. Ch. 2, at 5:30
p.m. the same day.
Rev. Luther C. Pierce will
moderate the program, which
will feature Robert Russell,
president of the Greater
Miami.'Jewish Federation and
Arthur S. Rosichan. Federa-
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one of Miami Beach's most luxuri-
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strictly Kosher basis, according to
Murray Berkowitz, head of the
parent firm which operates the
oceanfront resort.
The Sea Gull, located in the
Lincoln Road Mall-Miami Beach
Convention Center area, will be
under the supervision of the
Union of Orthodox."Jewish .-Cong-
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serve only glatt "Kosher itiaKl*. It
is one of the fewioshcr hjvqefs >n
the Southeast wnicn will" be open
12 months a year.
The 150-room-SeaGulf Is one
of the few hotels, on Miami Beach
in which every room hAs a full
view of the Atlantic Ocean; most
of the guest accommodations have
terraces. Situated on a full block
of sandy beach, the' hotel also has
a fresh-water swimming poo| ca-
bana club and poolside snack bar.
Recently refurbished in modern
decor, the fully air-conditioned
Sea Gull also features nightly en-
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and has its own "21" Room cock-
tail lounge. A sundry shop also is
located in the hotel lobby, and
guests can park their automobiles
free in the hotel's private parking
lot.
Daily religious services, Mr.
Berkowitz said, are held in the
Sea Gull's newly decorated syna-
gogue, and both "Modified Ameri-
can Plan" (two meals daily ex-
cept on the Sabbath when a con-
tinental breakiast, luncheon and
Slipper are served) and the "Euro-
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A multi-purpose mission to U.S.
Jewish servicemen and Jewish
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26, as part of the worldwide re-
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Jewish Welfare Board (JWB) for
the Jewish military.
The mission will be conducted
by Rabbi Aryeh Lev, director of
JWB's Commission on Jewish
Chaplaincy. Included in the mis-
sion, which is being sponsored by
the U.S. Department of Defense in
cooperation with JWB. will be a
visit to Berchtesgaden, Germany,
where Rabbi Lev will conduct a
five-day convocation of Jewish re-
ligious lay leaders and others in-
terested in the Jewish chapel pro-
gram.
Jewish servicemen from various
installations in Europe and mem.
bers of their families will come
together at the covocation for a
program intended to intensify their
sense of Jewish identity and to
provide them with training for
home observances and chapel pro.
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Rev. Gibson To Speak
Temple Beth Am Sisterhood j9
planning an unusual meetin<>,
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Wednesday. Jan. 19, at 10:30
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Theodore R. Gibson of Christ
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integration. For reservations, call
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Happenings...
I_.-oni.nl Kaplan. 8050 SW
120th St., Kendall, realtor-asso-
ciate with Greater Miami Real-
ty. Inc., has been admitted to
membership in the Internation-
al Real Estate Federation,
through its American Chapter,
an affiliate of the National As-
siK-iation of Real Estate Boards,
according to Jack Justice of
Miami Beach, president.
it it it
Tihor Hollo, president of Flor-
Ida Hast Coast Properties. Inc.,
has been appointed by Uov.
Kciihin Askew to tiie Task
Voice on Housing and Commun-
ity Affairs, which will deal with
s related to community de-
velopment, land-use patterns
and the residential environ-
ment. Mr. Hollo also wrvea on
the Governor's Advisory Council
on Factory-Built Housing.
it it it
Psychological and medical as-
pectl of estate planning for the
aged, the very young, and the
mentally retarded will highlight
the Jan. 3-7 Sixth Annual Insti-
tute on Estate Planning, at the
Americana Hotel, Bal Harbour,
sponsored by the University of
Miami Law Center. The Insti-
tute is directed by Philip K.
Ileckerllng, professor of law at
the University of Miami.
it a it
Circuit Court Judge Milton A.
Friedman installed the new offi-
cers of the American Federation
of Senior Citizens this week in
ceremonies held in the Washing-
ton Federal, Miami Beach.
^4L
sop
Continued From Page 4-A
this, please understand, is by
design.
Thus the revenue from the
new Nixon tax will be shared
out to the states on a complex
pro rata basis, roughly in pro-
portion to the number of chil-
dren In school in each state.
The states will then be re-
quired to prorate the tax to the
towis, cities; counties'or other
tax-levying bodies.that use prop-
erty taxes to pay school bills.
And these bodies, in turn, will
be required to forgive all prop-
erty *Mxes beinir paW "oil iVsi-.
dentist' real estate, to- the erf-
tent those taxes' are. now used
to support the schools.
Both homo-renters and home-,
owners" will benefit since land-
lords also will be required to
pass on the forgiven taxes to
their tenants. It is hard to imag-
ine any measure that is more
likely to arouse Middle Ameri-
can enthusiasm than what will
amount to a very big cut in
home-owners' property taxes
and a considerable cut in rents.
BY TIIK SAME token, more-
over, a crying inequity will also
be removed. At present, the rich
suburbs can levy much lower
property taxes and can also pay
for much better schools than
center cities and other areas
Where the average personal in-
come level in far lower. But the
Nixon bombshell will put the
whole business on a basis of
share and share alike. Rich
and poor school districts will get
precisely the same sum per
child in school.
In addition, since the value-
added tax will be neatly tied to
a per capita subsidy for individ-
ual schoolchildren, it may be
possible to include the Cath-
olic school systems in the larger
share-out. These systems are
now tottering toward disaster.
Saving them will also save vast
sums for the general taxpayer.
rr CAN BE seen, then, that
bringing down coveys of birds
with a single thunderclap is
really a very mik way of put-
ting it. The true blue liberals.
of course, will die a thousand
deaths, turning as many colors
of rage as the legendary dolph-
in in agony. But if you think
about it. this Nixon bombshell
is not merely bold and cleverly
contrived.
It further promises sensible.
practical, equitable solutions to
a whole eriefl of invent national
problems. And it will also be ta-
sting to we tin' liberal
1 > mocrats running against a
big cut in home-owners' prop-
erty taxes.
In The Mail
EDITOR. The Jewish Floridian:
Regarding the attached item,
(which refers to the effort launch-
ed recently by Yehoushua Mesh-
OUlach to promote the purchase of
Israeli products in Florida, Ed.I,
thousands of us would gladly pur-
chase Israeli products, but I sug-
gest their importing inexpensive
items, rather than such tilings as
$20 perfume. In New York, we
used to buy oranges from Jaffa.
Here we haven't seen them.
Items should be those that
could be used by practically every
family and especially repeat
items, such as foodstuffs, tissues,
napkins, etc.
Another item I would like to
call your attention to is the po-
tential nomination (and if nomi-
nated, election ofl Senator Jack-
son of Washington for the presi-
dency. He. more than any other
Congressman, in my estimation,
is responsible for the recent bill
which will grant U.S. aid of up to
500 million dollars to Israel.
Poverty Among U.S. Jews 'Widespread'
I firmly believe it is the duty of
every Jewish organization to back
Senator Jackson to the fullest.
I greatly enjoy reading the Jew-
ish Floridian-Shofar and -wish you
continued success 'in your publi-
cation.. a
' HARRY SIMS
| HaUandale. Fla.
Herb Schurowitz, chairman of
Youth Welfare for Coral Gables
Lodge, B'nai B'rith, is shown
with two of the children who
received gifts at the Lodge's an-
nual holiday party and enter-
tainment recently in the Monte
Zai\o Hotel. The hotel later host-
3d a luncheon for the 125 small
guests.
Pepper Urges
House Vote
For Phantoms
Rep. Claude Pepper of Florida
was among those who urged that
the House accept the Jackson
amendment to the Foreign Aid
bill to give Israel the opportunity
to buy more Phantom jets from
the United States.
The Miami Beach Democrat
played a key role in obtaining the
House votes for the Jackson
amendment, which passed the
Senate overwhelmingly but met
strong opposition in the lower
chamber.
Congressman Pepper said he be-
gan his intensive efforts after his
meeting with Israeli Premier Golda
Meir and hearing her plea for the
jets. He was included in the ses-l
sion which Mrs. Meir held for both
present and former Senators.
The wide extent of poverty
among Jews in the United1 States
was examined at a two-day Na-
tional Consultation on Poverty in
the Jewish community sponsored
by the American Jewish Commit-
tee IAJO in New York last week.
Dealing with the dimensions of
the problem, Bertram H. Gotd.
executive vice president of the
AJC, said estimates of the number
of Jews in the United States liv-
ing on an income of $4,000 a year
or l.'ss for a family of four range
from half to nearly a million.
The number of Jews living be-
low the poverty level, he continued,
is actually larger, because most
| Jews live in cities and there, the
edge of poverty, according to the
government, lies nearer $6,000.
What is more, just above this
level there are still others no
one knows how many who must
find their near poverty especially
Balling because of a large number
if j-urtural factors bifthe Btresi on
higher education among Jews,
Jewish family expectations, the
pressures for upward social mo-
bility in the Jewish community,"
Mr. Gold asserted.
The total number of Jews in the
United States Is 5.87 million, ac-
cording to the American Jewish
Yearbook.
Post Office Offers A "Mini Album"
.A concentrated program" ib pro-
vide'-tfce residents of Greater Mi-
ami with attractive 197tVCom-
memorative Stamp Foldei"s;began
last week, according to Postmas-
ter E. M. Dunlap.
The Mini Albums, containing
U.S. commemorative stamps is-
sued in 1971. are on sale at all
classified |H>st offices in Greater
Miami. Post Offices from Pom-
pa no Beach to Key West are also
selling the kits.
"This folder is an easy way for
a youngster or anyone to start
a stamp collection," Postmaster
Dunlap said. The folders. 10"xl0"
in si/.e. will contain a description
Of each stamp together with the
packet of 24 attractive commemo-
rative stamns issued during the
year and stamp hinges which can
! be used td affix tiie stamps to the
1 folder. The hinges are a glassine
, strip which collectors use for
mounting stamps without harm-
ing either folder or stamps.
Postmaster Duniap suggests
] this album as an excellent holiday
! gift and urged residents desiring
them to obtain them as soon as
possible as the supply is limited.
The price of the complete album
is $'2.50.
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Foreign Ministry officials said
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* Jewish tier After
Friday. December 24. 1971
DATELINE JERUSALEM
By Amos Ben-Vered
Israel's Neglected, Undeveloped Spas
VHB DF.AI) SKA and the thermal hot spring! in
its Immediate vicinity have the potentialities for
turning the area into one of the most important spa
regions in the world. YeT they' are' underdeveloped
to a point where most foreign tourists shun them,
and even Israelis who expect some comfort prefer
the relative luxury of Tiberias.
The main spa area of the Dead Sea is the
Stretch north ot Sodom up to the spring at Ein
Gedi. near what used to be the armistice line with
Joiiian. On this 40-mile stretch. 1.000 feet below
sea level, there are at least three hot springs which
point-for-point rate medically higher than the fam-
ous spas of Czechoslovakia and Austria. In addition
there is the Dead Sea itself with its unmatched
mineral content, and its climate which is warmer
than Florida and therefore ideal for winter holidays.
But. for the time being, there are only two ho-
tels with a total of just over 200 rooms. As for the
facilities near the springs ramshackle huts have
been set up to enclose covered pools for the mineral
waters. The sandwich bats mar them are Strewn
with litter, most of the bottled drinks have to be
drunk from the bottle Itself, and the floors and
walkways are often so slippery thai they are a
real danger.
The spring richest in minerals is the most ne-
i ti one. it Is near Kibbutz Ein Gedi. Its sul-
phur content is 1060 milligrams per litre (or ;>arts
BOOK REVIEW By Seymour B. Liebmon
Two Heavy Tomes

T"IIK AUTHOR of A History of Modem Jewry (Schok-
en Books. $15), a heavy tome of 742 pages without
.otnotes is Raphael Mahler, professor of history at Tel
Aviv University. The book, part of -a
multi-volume history originally written
in Hebrew covers the period preceding
1 tin French Revolution to the close ot
^y ^5^ Wt thi' Napoleonic
It !- primarily a history of European
Jews with the major accent on East
European Jewry, the professor's exper-
Lise. The opening chapter on North
America is superficial and the second,
n England, consists of three page- The absence of loot-
otes will not disturb the general reader, but the ab-
sence from the bibliography of Herman Kellenbenz'
s. phardim an der Unteren Elbe" is deplorable. The
chapter on Holland includes some minor errors. The lack
the existence of Jews In Coro, Barcelona (Venezuela),
traces, Cali, Medellin and numerous other places in
ntial and South America may be due to Inadequate
search and to the inadequacies of libraries and book
stones in Israel.
When Mahler writes on Hassidlm, the Ilaskalah and
J< as in Israel he is on firm ground and evidences his
i a 'th of knowledge
Sues: The Twice I ought War by Kenneth Love 'Mc-
Graw-Hill Books. S10i is another ponderous book of 7(17
ages. It is labeled "a history" but the classification Is B
on history. Although excellently written, it is re-
it te with error.- and a subtle bias which can be describe I
S more pro-Arab than anti-Israel.
The author a journalist and former N.Y. Times
tpondent in the Middle East, (1951-56J is an "ao-
ompliahed Arabist." His premise is that the Israeli raid
n Gaza, Feb. 28, 1955, triggered all the trouble in the
Middle Bast, that Ben-Gurion was an a militant
Btirring up trouble, while Nasser, until the raid, was a
ence-Jovl ler who would have grabbed the hands
: Isxael't li a lets if Ben-Gurion had only let them \
it. The 195<; plot concoted bj Ben-Gurion, Eden and Mollel
to destroy Nasser made impossible the attainment ol
peace, according to Mr, Love,
We admit that we did not finish the book but, as
with the proverbial bad egg, one does not have to finish
in order to judge. In the first 70 page-, we discerned 11
historical errors and .; InataiUN in which the author
failed to explain inconsistencies, e.g. Nasser, the man of
peace, supplied arms to Algerian rebels even before they
were organized; the in. Resolution on boundaries and
the repetition of the big lies! It is difficult to understand
overlooking of the assassination of 1,100 Israelis
between 1949 and 195.") by Egyptian armed fedayeen; the
destruction of Israeli property; the Egyptian violation
the I'N. Suez Resolution and other similar event-.
per million) which is eight times that of the spring
at Karlsbad in Czechoslovakia. In addition, the
water in the pools contain chloride, bromine, iodine.
carbonW llWhT sodium. potas^rHTn*. TffTiium, calcium,
strontium and magnesium. Similar com|>osition.s
have been attested lor the springs, and the pools
In which the waters are collected, at Ein Bokek
and Zohar, both a little to the south. These three
are for bathing, and a fourth is for drinking.

Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT
A Call To Latinize
The Hebrew Alphabet
T IS ,\ s.M) PACT that tens of thousands of immi-
grants to Israel in recent years, who have learned
to understand and speak Hebrew fluently, cannot
read a daily newspaper, and never read a Hebrew
book. This beautiful language, with
its richness of expression and Its
wealth of Biblical and historical
references and allusions, is put just
beyond then- ful] grasp because of
the archaic letters of the old He-
brew alphabet and the system of
omlting vowls, which Nads to
ill kind- of puzzles and misunder-
standings in print.
Millions of hours have been spent by children
and adults alike in Hebrew classes throughout the
world, to little avail. The difficulties of mastering
the cumbersome alphabet have discouraged large
numbers from continuing their studies.
Nothing will avail except a radical decision to
abaddon the old Phoenician-based letters, an' pres-
Rebnew in print and in script in the Roman
A-B-C, which are common to almost nil languages
Of the western woiid. If .reports from China.arc to
be believed, that country too is now considering the
possibility of adopting the Lathi charaoters, as dM
Turkey almost half a century ago.
Even stubborn advocates of the old alphabet
use Arabic numerals In their arithmetic and math-
'natical calculations, fortunately, since it is Im-
possible to multiply aleph hft by dated gteameL Yet
AraJ>b numerals, even when Used U1 a Hebrew text,
read from left to right, or in reverse- from the
Hebrew. Telephone numbers, algebraic formulas,
shipping statistics, bank statements and even dates
run counter to th< Hebrew text. Try playing that on
a Hebrew typewriter, whose carnage moves In only
one direction.
It ha- been objected that abandonment <>! the
traditional alplialiet will isolate modern Israel from
its ancient sources. What is happening is worse.
Israel is being isolated from world Jewry because
of the difficulties of mastering the common lan-
guage. Even the classicists admit thai the situation
to..ay with the Hebrew alphabet is little short of
linguistic anarchy. Three simple letters of the alpha-
bet, without vowels as usual, can be pronounced in
half a do/en different ways and with half a do/ r.
different meanings.
The suggestion to Latinize the Hebrew alpha-
bet is not new. Vladimir Jabotinsky, a master stylist
of Hebrew prose, wrote many of Ins Hebrew letters
and private notes in Latin script He authored a
popular textbook for the study of Hebrew, using the
A-B-Cs. The chief rabbi of Paris has published a
Yom Kippur prayerbook in Latin character- La
number- of Jew.- read the kaddtah in syn from
a transliterated text Some y< the late it-
tamar Ben Avi, son of the father of modern He-
brew, Ben Yehuda, edited a newspaper in Palestine,
in Latin type. None of these efforts ever roallj bad
any influence.
But what can not achieved by logic and
common sense will yet be accomplished by time.
Already in Israel it is commonplace to see Hebrew
signs, posters and announcements rendered In the
lettering which makes it legible to tourists and new
immigrants alike. When I see the street sign here
in Haifa indentifying Behov Yefe Xor, I know that
progress is being made. But I suppose a real chat: e
will not be effected unless an organized movement
is set up, backed by a group of zealots who love the
Hebrew language so much that they want to make
it easily accessible to Jews and non-Jews every-
where.
The Dead Sea itself, in this area, is the recipi-
ent of the springs" waters and their minerals. It's
salinity Is 10 times that of the open seas and its
waters are a concentrated solution of chlorides and
bromides. The concentration of magnesium, which
Is known for its anti-allergic influence on the skin
and the breathing tubes, Is 15 times higher in the
Dead Sea than in any ocean. The concentration of
bromine, relaxing to the nervous system, is 5i.
times higher; iodine which has an important influ-
ence on the functioning of the glands, is lo times
higher.
Also in the vicinity are some historical sites:
the ancient fortress of Massada, now easily acces-
sible by cable-car: a rock formation on the moun-
tains of Sodom sail to be the pillar of salt into
which Lot's wife was turned as recounted in the
Look ol Genesis; e.nd for the more sturdy th,
Spring of David near Ein Gedi where gushes ol
lee cold water spring from the rocks even in mid-
summer when temperatures are in the 90s.
But although the medical properties of thi
ana base been known for years, efforts arc onl>
now being made to develop them. In addition to
the various camps and youth hostels, two four-star
hotels are now in operation. However, in their res-
taurants the food is likely to be cold, the Walter a
14-year-old boy, and the same fork with which the
hors d'oeuvres have been eaten may ix' left on
your table for use with the mam course. Consider-
ing that the Tel Aviv Hilton has five stats the
four-star designation ot these hotels is downright
ri ieulous. But prices are not exorbitant: for $7.50. -
per night (and 'JO', taxi bed and breakfast is
available In a double-bed room.
Three new hotels are being built to rive some
impetus to the area. Seventeen applications arc
under consideration in the Ministry of Tourism, and
one of the considerations is whether there will be
enough fresh water if thousands should come. Eor
the present, they do not; only the very unpretenti-
ous can stand the lack of amenities unually con-
.i eicd elementary.
(Copyright 1971, Jtwlfth Tlrirrapn[i Acme) tn< >

Commentary
by JACK SIEGEl
Forest Hills Syndrome
TUB INTKNTION OF THK City of New York to build
a federally-supported low income housing project in
the Forest Hills section provoked a series of demonsl i
lions by a predominantly Jewish and middle-class group.
The project is part of the scatter-site housin) |
nlng, the basis of which is the belief that it can li id
healthily to integration. The new conflict, in addition to
the problem itself, has raised the big question of what the
Jewish attitude should l>e towards the creation of a low
income housing development in a Jewish area, a dew
ment there brings with it a statistically proved growth
of crime.
In the minds of most white people, both low income
and crime arc associated with black people. Then- seems
to be lc-s concern with crime committed by white people.
There i- less malt feeling in calling for the punishmenl of
white people. But exactly how should the residents of For-
Hills. mainly .lews, react to the definite possibility that
low income housing will bring with it assorted crimes?
Olte way is to do a- the) arc doing protesting, demon-
Strating and instituting suit. Another is to go along with
the plan and hope for the best. And still another, since
the Jew is traditionally liberal and has ben. in the past.
"i ally ol the black man, is to promote the housing proj-
and 'hen work with it toward crime prevention.
This is not an easy matter and there will be vie' m-
But one of the problems in American society of which
Jews form a vital part Is that the citizenry has with-
drawn from contact with elements it considers unplatable
or dangerous and attributes to an entire ethnic group the
misdeeds of some Perhaps one of the ways to avoid crime
i- to create a healthier and more positive social atmos-
phers while relying on those forces established by law to
either prevent crime or apprehend and punish criminals.
In the long run, it would |>cvhaps be better to scatter-site
these problems for their better handling. At the same
time, if Jews are involved, it would point the way for
action on the "Forest Hills syndrome" by th,- other
menta of our society.


Friday. December 24, 1971
+Jewlst fhridgann
Page 15-A
Detroiters Install Club's New Officers
Sunday evening. Jan. 16. the
300-mcmber Detroit Club of
fiortti Miami Beach will hold its
second annual installation cere-
.,,,iiy during a dinner-dance at
the Seville Hotel. Miami Reach.
i ben of the club, all former
resident! of the Michigan city.
will also be tn ated to a show.
c Miners who will DO inducted
Include Mitchell Goldstone, presi-
Rose Bellnaky, first vice
iident, and chairman of the
i Joseph Milgrom, second
vice president; Elaine Milgrom,
ei ; So (Cling, recording
secretary; Rose Kling, correapond-
crel irj ; Honey Magid, finan-
Tetary; .'-i Lipman, parlia-
i entarian, and clapain; Nathan-
i,.| Goldstick, Judiciary and asso-
ite chaplain, and William Belin-
,nd Jack Uler, sergeanta of
-
Members of the hoard, includ-
Louis Corman, Sadie Corn-
field. Morris J. Friedman. Max
Goldhoff, Irving Lyons, Leon Ma-
gid and Sherman Porvin, will also
be installed.
Hebrew Home For Aged Offers Nutrition Class
of the philanthropic home at 320
Collins Ave.. Miami Beach.
A special class in nutrition for
residents of the Miami Beach
Hebrew Home for the Aged has
begun on a weekly basis, aceord-
I big to Leonard Zilbert, president
Mrs. Anna Beekman. food con-
sultant, and Joe Berlin, food sup-
ervisor, direct the course offered
to the 150 residents and patients
at the Home. Aim of the course la
to teach hasic nutrition practices
so the residents can better follow
a well-balanced diet, Mrs. Beek-
man explained.
DR. RUDOLPH r. DX03D
Dr. Drosd To Be
Break/ast Guest
Dr Ru^'orph ** Drosd. prominent
hyslcian-surgeon and a volunteer
tirgeon since 1%3 on Hop*' Ship
rxpedittona' to South /AMerica,
West Africa. East Africa, India.
Indonesia and Jamaica, will t>e tin-
guest speaker at the regular
monthly breakfast meeting of the
Brotherhood of Temple Beth Sho-
]..m Sunday, at 10:30 a.m.. accord-
ing to an announcement made by
Martin J. Steiner, Brotherhood
resident.
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la the congregation's spiritual
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Miami, Florida Friday, December 24, 1971
Section B
India-Pakistan Conflict Proved
Embarrassing To The Arab World
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
Indian-Pakistani war has seri-
ously cmbanassed the Arab
world and has brought out dif-
ferences hitherto obscured by
the united Arab front against
Israel, observers here noted.
The only Arab country sup-
porting India outright was Iraq.
The reason for Baghdad's anti-
Pakistan position, according to
Israeli circles, is Pakistan's
close friendship with Iran, with
which Iraq is at bitter ends.
Saudi Arabia, on the other
hand, has accused India of ag-
k n and is supported in its
charges by Morocco, Libya and
Jiii dan. wliich identify them-
selves with a brother Moslem
country.
The irony of this Is that East
Pakistan which was fighting for
independence with India's sup-
port, is also Moslem, the Israeli
circles noted.
Egypt found itself in an awk-
ward position. The Soviet
Union, the military and political
mainstay of Egypt, supports In-
dia. Furthermore, there is a
long tradition of friendship be-
tween Cairo and New Delhi
stemming from the close rela-
tionship between the late Indian
Premier Jawaharlal Nehru and
the late President Gamal Abdel
Nasser of Egypt. But that is re-
garded in Egypt as a personal
relationship of the past not in
force today.
Egypt and Yugoslavia voted
with the majority of the I'nitc!
Nations (Mineral Assembly for an
immediate cease-fire and with-
drawal of forces. And Egypt as-
sumed a position of fence-sitting
with almost eomlo sidelights
a Cairo radio commentator an-
alyzing the situation said Egypt
regretted the war and wished
both sides "success."
Israel explained its I'.N. vote
for a cease-fire and withdrawal
by its position that the political
"status quo" should not be
changed by force. Israeli circles
point out that in 19(57 Egypt
attempted to alter the status
quo by force and was defeated
by Israel, which was exercising
its rights of self-defense. The
status quo which has existed
since the 1967 Six-Day War can
be changed through negotiations
but not by force, they said.
Dr. Yuval Ne'eman, now president of Tel Aviv University,
is congratulated upon his election by Gen. Moshe Dayan,
Israeli Minister of Defense, (left) and Mrs. George S. Wise,
wife of the university chancellor. Dr. Ne'eman will be intro-
duced to the South Florida Jewish community at a Jan. 17
dinner in Miami Beach honoring David J. Light for his out-
standing contributions to Tel Aviv University and the State
of Israel.
Fascell Names 10 To Citizens Board
Congressman Dante Fascell has
named Lambert F. Reed', II, ath-
letic director of Miami Killian
Senior High School, chairman of
his citizens rating board.
The board will interview pros-
; pective appointments to the na-
| tion's service academies Monday
j and Tuesday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
in Rep. Fascell's offices in the
dow mown Miami Federal Building.
Members of th:s years board
include Raymond Kayal, George
French. Dr. Anthony Joffre, I>>on
Levin. George Korge, Peter Kou-
chalakos. J. J. Skip) Shepard
Harvey Ziegler and Edward New-
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Friday. December 24, 1971
ANNUAL PRESIDENTS' BALL AT THE DIPLOMAT HOTEL Objective: 'Friend-Raising' for Ml. S'mai Modkal Ceirfer
Friedland Heads
Jackson Dinner
Sen. Henry M. ffleoopi jack
son of] be in South Florida next
week to participate in Orange
Bowl and Gator Bowl activity
and to meet with key
in hLs bid for the 1972 I),
presidential nomination.
All smiles at the festive affair were Mr. and Mrs. Max Ccgen.
Max M. Low. chairman of the board of Hebrew University,
and Mrs. Low (standing) came in frcm New York to be
joined at a table by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gertner and Br.
Ruben Kalman of Detroit (right).
He will hold breakfast
with key supporters h
Broward and Palm Bea
lies iHjinting to a Fell
the Diplomat Hotel in II
Samuel N. Friedland. K
executive and national
leader, Will chair the 1 '.
sinn for Sen. Jackson
-I i-'.u I'a most
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Dr. and Mrs. Irving Lehrman, (right) and Mr. and Mrs. Hank
Meyer were among guests ct the table of Mount Sinai
president Samuel Friedland.
Among the happy couples enjoying the music of Peter
Duchir/s orchestra were Mr. and Mrs. Julian Meyer and
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stein.
Toasting a gala evening were Development Fund chair-
man Julius Darsky and his wife, Rose, and Isabel and
Sydney Levison (right). Mr. Levison is heading Mount
Sinai's campaign for creation of the "Wall of Life."
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fJewist fhridian
Pcrge S-B
Israel Amitai Speaker For
Pioneer Women's Brunch
Israel Amitai. noted [sraeli
itiurilst, author, anri-pla.vwright.
..HI be the BpeciaJ guest speaker
the Pioneer Women's Brunch
I be held Tuesday. Jan. 4, at the
i Hotel, Mrs. Milton Green,
trmafl of the Pioneer Women
I mmittee, announced. The affair
i lH'ing held on behalf of the
i. eater Miami Jewish Federa-
ti m's 1972 Combined Jewish Ap-
ael Emergency Fund cam-
I aign.
Mr. Amitai. a native born Is-
i tell, served In Israel's defense
I irees during the War for Inde-
e, One of the first editors.
- and writers for the radio
network of Israel's Defense Army,
Mr. An itai later served as editor
( n one f Israel's most Important
,; lily newspaper "Davar."
Mr Amitai, who has a thorough
knowledge of his country*! social
and economic problems, Bpeaks
i : lagas and his travels to
iny countries have given him
opportunity to study Jewish
i i-nniunal life in manv different
ISRAU AMITAI
countries, including South Ameri-
can and Central American eonn-
liies, the Caribbean Islands, Mex-
ico and the Jewish 'WilHIlitl'iffl^hl
the United States.
Pioneer Women, in cooperation
with Moetzet Hapoalot, Working
Women's Council of Israel, pro-
vides almost half of the social
services in nearly 1,000 installa-
tions in Israel where -IO.(X)I) wo-
men, youth and children are edu-
cated yearly for constructive citi-
zenship. In America, Pioneer Wo-
men promotes Jewish education
and culture, participates actively
in American civic life, and is an
authorized agency of Youth Aliyah.
Serving with Mrs. Green on the
Pioneer Women CJA-IEF Com-
mittee are the Mesdames Ma
Bookspan, Dora Cohen, Lillian
Davis, Anna Dobschultz, Sally
Gcrsten, Fanny Gibson, Betty
Klein. Sophie Krantz, Bertha
Liebman, Katherine Lipp man.
Leah Naparst. Nora Offenhenden.
Lena Pushkin, Tillie Sandier.
Jennie Seitlin. Esther Shedroff.
and Gertrude Sohn.
Histadrut Women's Council
Donor Luncheon Set Jan. 12
Dade County Mayor Steve Clark
will l>e the principal speaker at
the fourth annual donor luncheon
ol the Marsha Wolfstein Chapter
of the Israel Histadrut Women's
Council of South Florida. The
v early event is slated at the Eden
Roc H>'tel Jan. 12. according to
Mrs. Phil Sahl, president of the
organization.
Mayor ("lark led a Histadrut
study mission to Israul last sum-
mer and participated in the dedi-
cation of a medical clinic in his
honor at the South Florida Medi-
cal Center at Beersheba. The cen-
ter in the capital city of the Ne-
gev is a part of the vast medical
network operated by Kupat Hol-
im, the nationwide health service
operated by the Histadrut
throughout Israel.
Mayor Clark also announced the
designation of Beersheba as the
sister city of Metropolitan Dade
County during the ceremonies at
which another medical clinic was
dedicated in the names of Dr. and
Mrs. Ix.'on Kronish.
Mi's. Morris Kogan. a founder
of the Histadrut Women's Coun-
cil, will serve as chairman of the
Jan. 12 luncneon. Mrs. Herman
Weinstein was designated as co-
chairman. Reservations may be
made with the president or co-
chairmen, or at the Histadrut of-
fice in the One Lincoln Road
Building,
An entertainment program is
being arranged, and Mayor Clark
will report on his impressions of
Israel and development of the Bis-
ter city program, Mrs. Sahl said.
Estelle Slomovitz, daughter of
Mrs. Bertha Teitenbaum, 516
15th St., Miami Beach, was one
of 60 students receiving their
degrees during the commence-
ment exeicises at Barry Col-
lege last week. She was the
recipient of a Bachelor cf Sci-
ence dearee.
After an absence of a little more
then a year, Gordon Miller has
returned to Miami Beach's
Doral-on-the Ocean as general
manager. Mr. Miller had served
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left) Michael Litvak, direclor of the Israel Bond Organiza-
tion; James M. Albert, chairman of the Greater Miami Israel
Bond Organization; tenor Jan Peerce, who presented a se-
lection of cantorial and operatic numbers and selections
from "Fiddler on the Roof," in which he is now starring on
Broadway, and Dr. Leon Kronish, national vice chairman
of Israel Bonds.
M.B. Chapter Of Hadassah Groups Meet
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadas- presiding. Mrs. Alfred Tuvtn, na-
sah Groups have scheduled vari- tional coordinator, will be the guest
ous activities next we, k. including -;,>*''; Mrs. Betty Ha:..la;',, gui -i
Founder's Day celebrations. I soloist, will ho accompanied by
Esther Group will moot Tues- Aida Yaslo.
day noon in the Financial Federal,
F55 Washington Ave. Mrs. Louis
Landis will preside; Hazel and Sol
Fisher will entertain.
simioma Group will celebrate
Founder's Day at noon Monday in
the Algii rs Hotel, with Mrs. Ann
Stone presiding. Mrs. Sherman
Fast, pr ii i ;.t of the Chapter, will
be the guestspeaker; Nina Dia-
mond, soloist, will entertain.
Stephen S. Wise Group will rele-
Hrrzi Group will meet Monday
noon In the Algiers Hotel. Mrs.
Fit n Zigmund will preside; the film,
"The Dream and the Deed" will be
-hour..
Ilenri-'Ma Szold Group will cele-
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Hannah Frie man, president, an-
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Poqe 8-B
vJenisti flcrktiair.
Friday. December 24. 1971
School Days Are Over For
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers
By S.\U.V STAET
That '"lil rli'.-hb "when you have
l i^r job. give it to the busiest
voman In town." surely applies to
\\.\A BREXXER MKYERS
How often
years lave we nil seen
-.his extremely busy lady gract-
-. ssume mme and more re-
i ility.
This week, Anna Brenner Mey-
I "throw her weight around" nor to
! expect anything from anyotie.
Her Connecticut Yankee hus-
band Ben. has always assisted
her in even.' way and encouraged
her and he's very proud of her
accomplishments. I remember a
tew years ago when Ben's brother
wrote that he and his wife were
planning a trip around the world
and he wanted Anna and Ben to
accompany them. But Anna knew
that meetings and hearings would
continue all summer and that she
would be needed, so they didn't
take a vacation. Her personal life
was always adjusted so thtat she
could continue her service to the
School Hoard and the countless
obligation! she accepted.
In 1939 we were neighbors on
La Gorce Drive, and my memories
of those days glow with their
friendship. Life was less Involved
or all ol us itnd we had more
' time to be with friends.
Anna. Ilcllc Lehrman. Reba
Daner and I are all members of
the board ol the Miami Beach
Pi bile library. Anna and Belle
are iioth Involved in a "zillion"
good causes, and yet they tx>th
find the time in their busy sched-
Young Leadership Cabinet
To Hear Morton Silberman
HIU fu'tmg Leadership Cabinet
of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation will hold its Fourth |
ing and discussing in depth the
many facets of Jewish life in Mi-
ami, in Israel and around the
world. It will provide our com-
munity with its future leadership
for Federation ami the Jewish
agencies that serve our total
community." Mr. Falick declared.
Serving on the Advisory Board
oi the Young Leadership Cabinet
aie Harrv A. Levy, general chair-
man of the 1972 Combined Jewish
Ap|>eal Israel Kmergency Fund
campaicn ami a member of the
Federation's Board of Director*;
Richard D. Levy, a member of
the Federation's Board of Dire<-
. and of the 1972 CJA-IEF
Steering Committee, and Howard
.1. Trinz, Federation Board mem-
ber and chairman of the N w
Gifts Development Division ol tae
1972 CJA-IF.F campaign.
Serving with Mr. Falick nnd
Mr. Haim.'in on the Young Lc
ship Cabinet are Allan Borfc
Stephen H. Cypen, Richard Essen,
David Feinberg. Dr. Ronald Ge||.
es. Stanley Gettis, Edwin Gira-
burg. Dr. Barry Halpern. Howard
Hirschfield. Arthur Jacowitz
mii J. Kravitz, Dr. Miles Kuttler,
Harry Kutun. Norman H. Lipoff,
Alan Master, Mel Morgensti
Neil Steven Rollnick. Ksq Ronald
Rutkin Dr. Barry Scholl, Hi
Seott, Charles B. Stuzin
Sugarman, Dr. Pablo Tai
Sydney s. Traum and i.
Yaw it t.
MOKTON S/IBMA.V
Session of the HiTi-TJ Program
Calendar Wednesday, .Tan. 12. in
thfl Standard Club ot the Dupont
ra utno no I her resignation af- ules to help with "their" library j ;,,.;, Hotel. Geiald Falick. chair-
i IS set vice as a member
ii the Dai i Co mtj School Board.
\- the Boj id's first woman mem-
ier, Mrs Meyers was a pillar of
ngth working for every worth-
ivhUe commi terment proj-
i : in every face) of the life ol
le County.
Looking back, her accomplish-
lave influenced all of our
.!,<- ped organize the pub-
ic televisii :, station in Miami and
stablished Miami-Dade Junior
i 'oil ed immeasurably
.n pi ;ing the way fca Integration;
-he spoke out vigorously and in-1
telligentlj for what she lielievcd
t
In 1933. tin- enrollment in De
fcuntj Schools totaled 102,000;
km if- 245.000 student and
ihe problems have Increased ten-
is always knew
the) had an understanding friend
.,-". in Anna, and her t.le-
ne ed i inging.
readers
.-. Anna and I I, 1 hesi-
tate i" recoum till i". " com-
for i ivic I nent,
;.,r Jew: hu-
Anna. who received the "Wo-
-, of Vator" Award from the
le ,,t israi '..>. four times
,,; i),, le's Federation of
jewisl Women's l M ganizati ins;
>he was honored .as tae "Out-
star ling Woman Citizen of Dade
County." and was the lifst vvo-
mar. to receive the -.Man" Of the
Sfeai Awaid from a fraternity at
Miai a University.
A iaduate nurse, social worker
md lawyer, Anna was prepared
for ;i lifetime of giving. She prac-
ti.es law as it should 1 practic-
al with a heart as well as a
mind. Anna assun.es each resi>n-
||itj with love and humility.
She has never been known to
Anna and Bon have devoted
cot nt less hours to working for
and with Federation, Mount Sinai
Hospital, the Jewish Home for the
Aged; the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation, the Community ("best and
now the United Fund. Jewish
Family Sen ice. and we all know
she's a bulwark for Bonds for Is-
rael.
man of the Young Leadership
I al met. and Barry Ilaiman. vice
chairman, announced. The topic
for discussion will be "The
Struggle of Israeli and Soviet
Jewry What is the American
Jew's' Kesponsibilitv to Russian
Jew s and to Israel?"
Morton Silberman, treasurer of
the Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
ation and chairman "f the Federa-
Activc in the Dade County Bar tton'a Community Relations Cam-
Association, and later with the mittee and Budget Committee.
Miami Beach Bar Association, she will l>e one ol the guest speakers
hel|K>d put through the Married a\ the event.
Women's Act. in Tallahassee, and "The Young Leadership Cabinet
has helped locally .and state-wide \g composed of men between the
with many other progressive bills, ages of 25 and 40 who are lenrn-
She organized the Florida Wo-
men's Lawyers, and as a result,
has friends all over the world.
To Anna and Ben go the wishes
of their myriad of friends foi
good health ami the countless
blessings they deserve. Anna
knows no generation gap; she re-
lates to our young people, and I
know Beveral who love her as we
do. We hope thai Anna will enjoy
this new thing in her life, tit's
called leisure i and that she and
Ben will now have the time to do
what they vant to do. But I know
Anna, and she just can't say "no."
Mrs. Anna White Presides At
AJCongress Chapter Meeting
Mrs. Anna K. White will pn si e
at the Louise Wise Chapter of
the American Jewish Congress'
regular monthly luncheon meeting
at li ;45 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 30, bn
the Algiers H
Syd Skolsky. ti l< vision and radio
entertainer, will accompanj her-
self on the accordion a- she pre-
sents a program ol songs. The pub-
lic i- invited; ODS may be
made by calling Mrs. White.
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Friday, December 24, 1971
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Page 7-B
Pepper Calls Religion Key
To Survival Of Americans
Rap, Claude Pepper haadad an for the South Dade Hebrew Acad-
impressive list of dignitaries whoemy last week at the YM-YWHA
took part 4a ceremonies dedyat-ef Greater Miaoii. SoOQ SW. Hth
Jng the new wing of classrooms St. The Florida Congressman
. sj>ent the weekend in Miami, and
I ,-.w-:.-*r nlhtialud parents, attfients and
SJBJgjg^Hg^Hg^^HgJBga_ me
la^^^ turning to Washington, D.C.
HR^^. The Hebrew day school, affiliat-
F^^^^M BBBBB^Vaat "^ with ,h Greater Miami Heb-
p^ I HaVJaBr'eu' Academy, has quadruplc tudent body in three years, and
iow has six classrooms, confer-
nce rooms, administrative offices.
i new library and lunchroom, a
science laboratory ami complete
ecreational facilities.
"Only a religious orientation of
Mr young can guarantee the sur-
vival of the American jieople as a
lOlitical and cultural force in the
lee world." Rep. Pepper said.
The drug and drop out problem,
ind the rising crime rate among
hit youth can lie solved by giving
hese students a sense of worth,
dentification with a spiritual fig-
1 ure and a religious foundation."
Congressman Claude Pepper. Dr. Melvyn Greenstein, presi-
left. the keynote speaker at dent of the South Dade Hebrew
....~.~ ;,. A~Ai~**i~~ _. Aeademv, and Rabbi Alexander S.
ceremonies dedicating a new_ ..
, 72. m ., Gross, principal, took part in the
wing of clossrocms at the South r Dade Hebrew Academy, is con- clared that completion of the
gratulated by Dr. Melvyn wins "provides the South Dade
Greenstein. president of tha>Hebrew Academy with physical
*- ** school wh^h sen,' Jg^J-J-*--
ices the Coral Gabies, South J Ivljami and Kendall areas atost growing Jewish communities
its location at 8500 SW 8th St. in America."
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Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the temple.
ami Symphonic Society Orchestra
md the All-Miami Youth Symph-
my. She and Mr. Haas have ap-
iearad together in Winston-Sal-
am, llaleigh. Jacksonville and in
Miami.
Mr. Haas will be accompanied
by Thomas Fulton, a Conducting
najor at the Curtis Institute. The
n lists will be feted at a recep-
ion In tlie new Youth Center Im-
mediately after the concert.
Harry Zuckerman and his bride,,
the former Sonja Krandall of
Detroit, Midi., embrace after
exchanging their marriage'
vows aboard the M S South-
ward Wednesday. Dec. 15, in
the presence of family and
friends. Mr. and Mrs. Zucker-
man are honeymooning in
Frenchman's Cove, Jamaica.

Kasser Joins McGovern
Norman J. Kasser of Coral
Gables, vice president of the YM-
YWHA of Greater Miami, has ac-
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famous philanthropist, educator and Hebraist,
past president of Moadon,
who passed away Sunday, December 20, in Miami Beach.
He is survived by wife Edith;
and three sons living in New York.
Dr. Joseph Liebenson, President
Isaac FYigleman, President
Dov Kam, Treasurer ________
STEVEN HAAS anil LYNDA FOWIER
according to an announcement
made by Joe Nevel, chairman of
the Youth Activities Committee.
The concert, which will benefit
the temple's Youth Activities pro-
gram, will feature tenor Steven
Haas, 20. grandson of air. and
Mrs. Louis Katz of Miami Beach.
v.ho is currently studying under
a full scholarship at the Curtis
Institute of Music in Philadelphia,
Pa., and pianist Lynda Fowler, j
who is completing her studies at j
the North Carolina School of Arts
In Winston Salem.
A Beth Sholom graduate, young
Mr. Haas was cantorial soloist at
Temple Beth Am this past sum-
mer, and for the past two years
ha.-, served as Cantor probably
the youngaat in the nation at
Temple Israel in Detroit, Mich..
during the High Holy Days.
A liXiO prise winner In the
Chopin Competition sponsored by
the Kosciussco Foundation, Alias
Fowler, who began Studying piano
with Claudina Mende/ at the age
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Friday, December 24, 1971
ABIE A. SPERLING
Sperlings Announce
Ilene's Engagement
To Michael Prinutck
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Sperl-
ing announced the engagement of
their daughter. Ilene Audrey, to
Michael Novin Primack. son of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Primack of
Denver, Colorado, at a party at
their home. 5724 Michelangelo St..
Coral Gables.
Miss Sjierling is a graduate of
Coral Gables High Schcxil and is
presently enrolled in the College
of Journalism at the University of
Florida. She is an active member
of Delta Phi Kpsilon Sorority.
Mr. Primack is a graduate of
Coral Park High School and is a
student in the College of Pharm-
acy at the University of Florida.
His fraternity is Pi Lambda Phi.
Sunshine diopter Features
Frances and Jacob Brizel
Sunshine Chapter of B'nai
B"rith's post Chanukah meeting
and new member tea will be held
Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. in the club-
room of the Washington Federal.
633 NE 167th St., North Miami
Beach.
Mrs. Arnold Rothenberg, presi-
dent, will greet the group; Mrs.
Leon Keller, first vice presi-
dent will conduct the meeting.
Pauline Rosenblatt, vice president
of membership, will welcome new-
members. The program will fea-
ture Frances and Jacob Brizel in
an exhibit of folk dancing and
music. Prospective members are
Invited to attend.
PAULA WflSSMAN
Paula Jf'eissman And
Paul Herman Engaged
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weixsman
2100 Saris Souci Blvd.. North Mi-
ami, announce the engagement of
their daughter, Paula, to Paul Her-
man, the son of Mrs. Ernie Her-
man and the late Ernie Herman,
of 2080 NE 120th Rd., North
Miami.
Paula graduated from North
Miami High School and is pres-
ently attending the University of
Florida. Her fiance sraduated
from Norland High Sch 1 and at-
tended the University oi Miami.
A fall wedding is_planned.
Antique Skew Relocated
The Hollywood Antique Show,
which has been held in the Na-
tional Guard Armory on W. Dixie
Highway for the past 14 years,
will take place this year in the
State Armory at 132-X1 NE 8th
Ave., North Miami, according to
Louis C. Johnson, the show's pro-
mote.'. The display was scheduled
to be open Dec. 23-30 and Jan.
6-13.
The Ayalons, a quartet ol
bright young comics who sing
j and dance, give impressions
and kid the local heroes, will
be featured in the fifth edition
of "The Israelis Are Coining"
Scturday, Jan. 8, in the Miami
, Beach Auditorium. Shmuel
| Fershko is again producing and
directing the show.
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Rayvis-Raskin
Jean Elise Raskin, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Max Raskin, became
the bride of Myron J. Rayvis, son
of Mr. and Mrs. A. David Rayvis,
on Sunday. Dec. 19. with Rabbi
Max Shapiro officiating. A recep-
tion and luncheon followed the
noon double-ring ceremony in the
Algiers HoteL
The bride's sisters. Louanne
Raskin and Mrs. Mark Feldman.
were her maid and matron of
honor. Bridesmaids included the
bridegroom's sister, Mrs. Leonard
Greenbaum, Mrs. Wayne Kaplan
and Patricia Roth. The best man
was Leonard A. Greenbaum and
Mark Feldman. Robert A. Schatz-
man. Mark Buchbinder. Andrew
Soffian and Charles Morachnick.
ushered.
For her wedding, the bride
chose a candlelight colored gown
of satipeau over silk taffeta, with
a Camclot neckline of peau d'ange
lace encrusted with lace and bead-
ing. An Empire bodice and her
Aline skirt were also appliqued
with lace and beading. Her veil
was a full length mantilla of
matching lace falling from an
early Tudor headpiece. She car-
ried a cascade of roses and Geor-
giana orchids.
The mother of the bride wore a
Victorian gown of Renoir pink
pleated chiffon trimmed in match-
ing Chantilly lace. The mother of
the bridegroom chose a gown of
raspberry velvet over raspberry I
silk brocade, and her long tapered
sleeves ended in a soft ruffle
banded in rhinestones.
The new Mrs. Rayvis received a
Bachelor of Education degree
from the University of Miami, and
is teaching in Dade County. Mr.
Rayvis has a Bachelor of Busi-
ness Administration degree in Ac-
counting from the University of
Miami and received his Juris Doc-
tor degree from Stetson Univer-
sity College of Law. He is prac-
ticing law locally.
The out of town guests attend-
ing the wedding included Mrs.
Benjamin Chalick of Springfield.
Pa.. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Weiss
of Stamford. Conn., Dr. and Mrs.
T. Lawrence Fleisher of Puerto
Rico. Char 1 e s Morachnick of
Orange, N.Y., Dr. Morris J. Cha-
lick of Washington. D.C.. Mr. and
MRS. AtffOtD tOtttSTBN
Mrs. Hal I. Li twin of Forest Tills.
N.Y. and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Rudy of L.I., N.Y.
After a honeymon trip to Ja-
maica, the couple will reside in
Coral Gables.
Goldmann^Safra
Jan Charna Safra. daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. Jack M. Safra. 880
NE 155 Terr.. North Miami Beach,
and Thomas Charles Goldmann,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Leopold Gold-
mann of Elmhurst, N.Y., were mar-
ried Saturday, Dec. 18, at Beth
Torah Congregation. Rabbi Max
A. Lipschitz performed the 7 p.m.
ceremony, which was followed by
a reception and dinner at the
temple.
The bride's cousin, Eileen
Fields, was her maid of honor;
the bridesmaids included Rhona
Proffman. Carrie Yorick. Joan
Ungar and Clara Delouml. Ed-
ward Gardner served as the best
man; the bride's brothers, Steve
and Mark Safra; LawTence Beck-
man and Andrew Blau ushered
The bride chose a long white
satin gown trimmed in white lace
and pearls styled with bell sleeves
and a high lace neckline.
The new Mrs. Goldman is a
A+K. KEMEXT L GOWIO
junior in the Universitv of Mi-
ami's School of education, and
teaches Sunday School at Temple
Emanu-El. Mr. Goldmann it.
tended the University ot Miami,
and Ft. Lauderriale University, is
a CUT rental agent and b present'
ly being trained to sell life in-
surance.
After a honeymoon In I.ake
Placid. NY., the newlyweds will
live in North Miami Beach.
Gould-Bursten
Sonya Lynn Bursten an I Her-
tert Elliott Gould exchangci their
j marriage vows before Dr Joseph
R. Narot in the Doral Country
Club at 6 p.m. Sunday. Dec, 19.
The candlelight ceremony waa
lowed by a reception ant dinner
at the Club.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard Burstein, 4111 Nau-
tilus Dr.. Miami Beach, u j grad-
uate of the University f Florida.
The bridegroom, the son i Mr.
and Mrs. Morton Gould '. Tampa,
graduated from toe University of
Florida and is now Hftemiing
Stetson Law School.
Matrons of honor were the
bride's sisters, Susan (Mrs Ken-
neth) Levine and Patricia (Mrs.
Andrew) Hall. The bri.io
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>Jfcnis#? Ik.rHian
Page 9-B
Brick Luncheon Scheduled
By Hebrew Academy Women
MRS. THOMAS C. GO10MANN
included Wendy Gould, sister of
the bridegroom, Paula Lancit.
Vicld Gardner and Susan Kisen.
Morton Gould was his son's best
man; the ushers were Warren
Mack. Bob Cohn. Albert Esformes,
Michael Singer and Joe Telese.
Mr. and Mrs. Gould will live in
St. Petersburg after a honeymoon
Nassau.
MRS. SCOTT WOOIMAN
Bernstein-Drucker
Vicke Theresa Drucker, the
ghter of Mr. and Mrs. David
,. ker of Miami Beach, and Ar-
l.....'. Bernstein, the son of Mrs.
Yolanda Bernstein anil Fred Bern-
ftein, were married Sunday. Deo.
19, at high noon in Temple Beth
SholonL
Dr. Leon Kronish conducted the
('iiuble ring ceremony; Cantors
b Bornstetn and David Convi-
r chanted. A luncheon-reception
i<>ok place in the Cotillion Uoom
i MM Eden Rqc Hotel after the
ceremony.
Mrs. Robert Lynne served as
-natron of honot; K.llen Subin
vas the maid of honor. Brides*
maids were Rene Segal and Lori
Fischer, nieces of the bridegroom.
His brother-in-law, Kmanuel Se-
cal. acted as the best man. Ushers
included Andrew Drucker, a
rrother of the bride; Robert
Fischer, and Van Segal and David
Set ill. nephews of the bridegroom.
The bride selected an ivory-
satin empire line gown trimmed
with beaded Alencon lace with a
high neckline and full Bishop
sleeves, and A-line skirt termin-
ating in a Chapel train. Her mat-
< hi:i'_; Dior beaded Alencon lace
headpiece had a triple tier of
French illusion veiling, and she
carried a Bible which had belong-
ed to her maternal great-grand-
father, Rabbi Solomon Levine,
covered with a cascade of white
roses and stephanotis.
The bridal attendants wore
matching purple velvet gowns
I>i|ied in lavender and carried cas-
cade bouquets of pink and laven-
der flowers. Honored guests were
\ i c k e s maternal grandmother,
Mrs. Irving Nelson, and her pater-
nal grandmother, Mrs. Sigmund
Drucker.
The bride graduated from Mi-
University of Miami; her husband
attended the University of Ten-
l lessee, and is now an executive
in the electronics field in Palm
i Beach.
Out of town guests Included
Miss Evelyn Lear and Thomas
Stewart of the Metropolitan
Opera Co.; Mr. and Mrs. Abe
Abe Schultz and Mr. and Mrs.
i Fred Fishbein of New Jersey; Mr.
, and Mrs. Kmanuel Segal of Palm
Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jan-
over, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fisch-
er and Mrs. Bella Neunian of New-
York City.
The couple will honeymoon in
Mexico before making their home
in Palm Beach.
MRS. JONATHAK MOSS
University of North Carolina. Her
; husband, a graduate of Browne ,
' and Nichols, Harvard College, is i
a student at Duke University
Medical School, where he is a
member of the honorary frater-
nity. A.O.A.
After a honeymoon in Europe,
the newlyweds will return to Dur-
ham. N.C., to resume their studies.
Three women leaders of the
Greater Miami Hebrew Academy
nave been named cochairmen of
the Brick Luncheon of the Heb-
rew Academy Women which will
aeld Jan. lit on the construc-
tion .site ol the Miami Beach
IchOOl'S new junior and senior
iiigh school uuildlng.
Mrs. Leonard Rosen, Mrs. Gil-
lalio Feldcnkreis and Mrs. Joseph
Shapiro accepted the key posi-
tions, according to Mrs. Leonard
Adlcr, president of the Hebrew
Academy Women. Those persons
lurchasing two bricks, which cost
$18 each, will be eligible to attend
the luncheon.
Moss-Kats
Barbara Anne Katz. the daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Kugene R.
Katz. 1524 Cecilia Ave.. Coral
Gables, and Jonathan Moss, son
Of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Moss, were
married Sunday, Dec. 19. at the
Sheraton Four Ambassadors
Hotel.
Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgard of-
ficiated at the 5:30 p.m. candle-
light wedding ceremony which
was followed by a reception and
dinner in the hotel.
Janet F. Katz was her sister's
maid of honor; the bridesmaids
were Carol Libert and Judy Beck-
er. Daniel Karp acted as best man
and Wayne Goldman ushered.
The bride graduated from the
University of Denver, and now at-
tends the graduate school of the
Woolman-Fried
Paula M. Fried, the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Fried, of
f 10260 SW 92nd Terr., and Scott N.
I Woolman. the son of Mr. and Mrs.
i Bernard Woolman of Plattsburgh.
NY., were married Sunday, Dec.
: 19, at Kings Bay Yacht and
; Country Club.
Rabbi Richard Messing of
Plattsburgh officiated at the 11:30
a.m. ceremonies; a reception and
luncheon followed at the Club.
Maid of honor was Gloria J. j
I Tisser; the matron of honor was
Gail B. Fried. Sharon Tilove and
'. Sara Kli/abeth Harris served as
bridesmaids, Bernard Woolman
was his son's best man; the bride's j
I brother, Mark Fried and William
LMumerman ushered.
The bride wore her mother's
1 wedding dress and an heirloom
| veil. The long formal gown was
| fashioned of creme white satin
and lace with beaded pearl bodice.
i She carried her mother's Bible
draped with white roses and step-
hanotis.
The bride is enrolled in the
School of Education at the Uni-
versity of Miami; the bridegroom
also attends the University of |
Miami.
After a honeymoon in Curacao,
they will live on North Kendall
Drive.
'Preparation For Childbirth1
Series At No. Shore Hospital
The Childbirth ami Parent Edu-
cation Association is beginning a
series of eight classes Thursday,
Jan. 6, at 8 p.m. in the North
Shore Hospital cafeteria, with
registered nurses and physical
therapists as instructors.
"Preparation f o r Childbirth"
will be geared to making preg-
nancy and the childbirth experi-
ence more comfortable and ten-
sion free. There is a charge for
the course, and husband and wife
attend. For registration OP addi-
tional information, call Nancy
Strong or write to Childbirth and
Parent Education Assn., P. O. Box
264, South Miami .1.1143.
Funds realized from the lunch-
en ivil] be used towards the $75-
000 pledge by the Hebrew Acad-
emy Women for the Julius J. R"--
t\n Junior High and Olga and
Margaret Welshaus Senior High
Building. It is under construction
across Pine Tree Drive from the
main campus of the school at
24th St.
Mrs. Adler said the luncheon
will be served at the new building
to emphasize that completion of
the project this spring will be
, ossible if the goal of $800,000 for
the building and $200,000 for
equipment is realized.
Mrs. Rosen, chairman of the
board of the Hebrew Academy
Women, will fly here from Cali-
fornia to take part in the Brick
Luncheon, annual highlight of the
organization's activity.
Festival Night Set Feb. 5
The Israel Histadrut Council of
South Florida is sponsoring an ex-
citing musical revue called "Fes-
tival Night in Israel." direct from
Tel Aviv, in the Miami Beach Aud-
itorium Saturday, Feb. 5. Produced
and directed by Arie Kaduri. the
affair, which will benefit the South
Florida Medical Center in Beer-
sheba. Israel, will feature lliat
country's foremost singing star,
Yalfa Yarkoni, singer Yacov Dan,
humorist Steve C.aynor and David
I.ester and his orchestra.
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Friday, December 24 .:-
Serendipity
by Sally Spaet
Sqffcte an I Nat Gumenick. Ida and Bill Singer and Esther Blum-
berg jat return*] from a, Caribbean..cruiso aboard the Sasrajord"
and enjoyed every day. Their comment was that it was like an
tended hoilM party.
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NATHAH GUMEWCK
MMM Gumimcn
?Sk!1 :Wr,i'";- ^'^ "* StUI ,alkinK about Mn*lle
. KaPbms birtbday party. Dc ^ MarwIlo arr 5ki Pnthu.iasU
with all of the flair and fun of a St. Morita. When the temperature is
in the .ate ,0s. a winter snow scene Is a great pick-me-up, and the
5S2L "s a *** timo"ail ,hat *" ***** a
* *
*""" <*"* -travelers are Fay ami Nate Fishman who are with i
- ral couples, all winter residents from Detroit, aboard the "Queen
Btbeth thai sailed from Port Everglades thj, week fee .1 l-day ;
* *
Friends who r. -id- a; the Crystal House ji^t returned from a I
"" :, ;- ,,:"" Caribbean ports aboard,S^MfosNordic
M. and Mr, Harry Rotncnberg, Mr. S^&^teln !
" J ",! M Xll,n>- Drexel. Mr. and MtJa.William Haflouitz
JJ v ****** Mr. and Mr- Phil Lustine, Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mra Sol Upman rejwW ti-.r-.h-y had'
o-'th sailing and a mai vplous \lflh- ft* cruise '
*"* s B'rith. *
*
. Shfl the ,&#* ol
! 1 ek made all of fflSFSniij
I eying each other and Disney
world, they retu their apartment In the Corinthian.
r ;
M,!,'- BDd his oldest son Joined hie wife Phyllis, and
.^ruton for a weak', hoUday. Phyllis and the two
>UUT eing In Pan-.
ehiJ"" ?".u "" ,h' WUUam Franketa "* a" f **
children ol PJ phia are coming down to spend the holidays a,
theii Ron. a Plaza Apartments.
*
Frances and Mitchell Wolfson are n a three-week vacation an,!
Visit with their children, the Mickey Wolfcons. in Italy.
* i? f,on! uu S Ra,Ph SHT and W*m "* John <> Jus ^turned
Horn Island-hopping in the Shores cruiser.
w Salo TVai of Belle Island. Miami Beach, celebrated his 90th
birthday with a gata luncheon for 50 friends at the Waldman Hotel
Mr and Mrs. Ttanriateur are very active and attend the opera and
concerts, play bridge and enjoy a full pleasant life.
* -Cr *
Fay Felnstein. formerly affiliated with Temple Emanu-El I
her. and originator of the Living Hebrew Program on Ch. 2 has
** ** ''U'r Pa" Wo,li Travel on ***** Boulevard
Enid wu ape ial u in arranging group tours from Miami to Israel.
ft fc -ft
Floating on Cloud 9 are Ewie and Dave Roth of Suifatde who arc
.-grandpar, r,u for the fir>t time. The new arrival is D.anne Gale
Ro.eld. bom the day after Thanksgiving to Adrienne and Steven.
RotfeW in Chtcago. Adrienne Rotfeld is the daughter of Jeanne and
JNorman Ward and Jeanne is the daughter of the Dave Roths.
] JH Auxiliary Will
Feature Talks By
I Weight Watchers
The Greater Miami Women's
Auxiliary of the Jewish Home for
the Aged will have a snack
brunch and meeting Tuesday noon,
in the AlgivCS, Hotel. Mrs]. Uaw-j,
rence Silverman will preside and .
Mrs. Kate Wuhl will give the
invocation.
Mrs Louis Makovsky. program
chairman, has planue.i an unusual
afternoon. Through the efforts of
Mrs. Sol Silverman. the speake -
will be Mrs. Xatalie Greenfield
one of the directors <>f Weight
Watchers, Inc and Mrs Patty
Stn it. a lecturer of Weight Watch-
i rs, whose talks are amusing and
informative. At the conclusion,
Mrs Greenfield will present a.
bonus d.H>:- prize of a 16-week-
----ion book entitling the winner
* > attend one of the local Weight
w itchers classes.
Both members and friend u
welcome. For reservations. ;>!i
Mrs. Anne Tanenbaum. Mrs. Her.nv
Jaffee or Mrs. Doris Orlow.
Two Events Scheduled
By Community Singers
Miami Beach Community Sing-
en will have a social evening,
! Saturday. Dec. 25. at 8 p.m. in the I
Washington Federal Bank. 1234
Washington Ave. There will be a
I'hanukah s.ng-a-long. songs, danr- '
ing and refreshments The public
, is welcome.
The Community Singers au1 the l
Royal Atlantic Women's Social |
Club are sponsoring a joint New
Years Eve dinner party Friday,
Dec. 31. at 8 p.m. in the Hibiscus
Auditorium. Alton Road at 10th
St. Dancing and entertainment will
be featured; the public is invited j
to make reservations by contact- |
ing Nathan Auerbach or Annetu
Triffilman.
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Page 11-B
Muskie Oiticizes
Nixon For Refusal
To Sell Phantoms
Sen. Kdnmnit Muskie (D-Mainoi
of
Jworki Zionist Organization -
jei.can .-lion hav- agreed on
plan to "cooptaEtt fully and
n.. > in the promotion. Organizations To Promote
Jewish Education, Israel
" has announced his strong support
Thr American Association for operallve prranajnaoanta that hive tor the Jackson amendment au- |
<,^tJoi*mtosteEo^MINort-1 Ions existed between the two oj- thorizing Israel to inn-chase F-4 j
Education and Culture of I ganizations, was made to teach ; Phantom jets. The still unan- |
about thr Israel of today in all its' nounced candidate for President
manifestations Israel as a no- and former vice presidential nomi- |
litlcal entity; the right of Israel nee, said "I strongly rapport the
to the land; the ideals of the Jew-1 amendment to provide military
Ind coordination of the Lsh people In the land of Israel: the sales and credits to Israel because (
^rational program! of common religious structure of the Jewish 11 believe that ad.litional assist-j
rern affecting Israel in Amer- world and its reflections in the ance to Israel is required to main- :
,' [ewishe ueation." j Ipnd of Israel; and the indivisi- lain the balance of power in the
ac Ttwbln, executive vice! bility of th.' Jewish people of Middle I
i >: i he American Associa-1 Israel and the Diaspora, BCCord-
fl for Jewish Kducation and Dr. ins to the announcement.
Gannes. director of '
,r Section's Deoart- Among the activities and pro-
1,' of Kd.ication and Culture grams which the two organiza- ,
,,, ,.,.,., nvnient tions will undertake jointly are military balance in the Middle
,1 major projects expansion of efforts to bring youth Bast, and said that the Adminis-
cooperative ar- and adults to study and live In (ration's refusal to supply he
'.,.', .ii. for the establish-1 Israel, providing further oppor- Phantom jets was tipping the
Ion to plan edu- tunities for teachers ami educa- balance of power against Israel
ls ,,) a Cities! tors ... study In Israel and expan.
ai '
Kenneth Rosen Named
'Realtor Of The Year'
Kenneth D. Rosen of CoraJ with Mr. Rosen during 1972 in-
Gables has boeji selected as the I eludes Phillip A. Thomas, first vjcc
1971 "Realtor of the Year" by the president; William (Billi Brest,
Miami Board of Realtors. I second vice president; Miss N.dra
' Hodge, secretary ar.d Jerome Bain,
Mr. Rosen's selection was an-1 treasurer.
He criticized the Nixon Admin-
istration for withholding from Is-
i rael the shipments of Phantom
jets. Sen. Muskie stressed the im-
portance of maintaining a secure
'There has been an atmosphere
ns anil a.iivi'ie*. i>. .- wj ............... ,-
,t the 25th annl- Jlori ol the program wherebj I- of intensified rhetoric combined
State of Israel in raeli teachers are brought to the
t 11I. it States and ('ana a to teach
t. formalizing co- in Amei i i -Ji ivish who -
American lied Magen David
I) Get 3 New Ambulances
, a member of th.'Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bienenfeld,
, j directors of the the Miami Beach chapter ol the
m Re Magen David for American Federation of Senior
,.. ,,k at the dedlca- Citizens an 1 Miami Beach (.olden
il .,,t three ambul- Ring Club N" '
to 1 l Sunday morning.
;ieat. r Miami He-
:.-. AC '
172 <; n ral Motors
with growing discouragement over
the prospects for a peacel ;i settle-
ment. in such circumstances, con-
tinued stability depends more
than ever on a secure balance ol
power between rival groups," ho
said.
Vet because ..f the Administra-
tion's strategy .>i attempting \<>
gain political leverage over Israel'
by withholding shipments of
Phantom jet aircraft, the military
balance has been shifting durl
the last year against Israel." Sen.
Muskie added.
Muskie also noted that the
i Soviets are continuing their ship-
ments of major military wca[>on.s
KENNETH D. ROSEN
nounced at the board's annuai In-
stallation dinner. Where he was
installed for a second term as
president of the 1.900-mcmber
organization.
I.eon Kaufman, president of the l() tnc j.;KVptians.
American Federation of Senior
I'iti/. :i- chapter, and David Taub,
president of the Golden Ring Club,
'be'unmed over iol will take part In ^cerononjes
Cross agencv oflatong wijh Mr. and^Mrs. Bicnen-
. Stat Israel bv Sfrtpel ; 1.*.. .
r-hard Florkia SUteTcha&pan, 1*8 sAbjdaW' hr.ru; to '.,
' the number contributed to
people of
j David C ilemaV pletMent of-
Miami I b chapter of the ,-
4t-lW Six-Dai War of June,
the-a*nhu:iners are -- -
mors ol
Ohev Shalom Congregation
To Dedicate Sefer Torah
A Sefer Torah donated by Mr.
and Mrs, Adolf Sicherman will be
dedicated by the Ohev Shalom
ConKieRation Sunday. Jan. 9. in
[ hv memh.rs of j ceremonies which will begin at 2
p.m. at their home on Collins
Avenue.
Miami Beach Mayor. Chuck Hall
will march with the procession
carrying the scroll under a can-
Mr. Rosen, president of Greater
Miami Realty, Inc. is a member
of the board of directors of Temple
Israel. A 32nd degree Scottish
Rite Mason, he is past master of
Miracle Masonic Lodge in Coconut
Grove.
The -lat" ,,f officers to serve
Directors for the coming year
are Raymond Asmar. Rose Gor-
don. Ernest A. Jones. Joseph Kol-
isch. Jessie S. McCoy. Richard
Mueller, Ted Pappas. George A.
Simon, Fred S'anton Smith and
Enrique Valledor.
Mr. Rosen ar.d his wife. Pat. are
the parents of six children. ___
Temple Einanu-El
Offers Kosher
Cuisine Course
a class in Kosher cuisine with
Mis. Bertha Makovsky as Instr ie>
tor. The course is under the super-
vision "f Matfii LiStOWSky, di-
rector of youth activities for the
Miami Beach SJIM igue
The class is held on the second
and fourth Si n lay mornings of
each month. The course -ids Jew-
ish youths in understanding the
meaning of Kaahruth, how to keep
a Kosher home, Kosher cooking
for the holidays and the nutrition-
al value of Kosh< i foods.
Mrs. Makovsky will give instruc-
tions in converting non-Kosher
recipes in"> more palatable ko-
sher ones.
HAVE YOU SEEN NATALIE'S
ANTIQUE JEWELRY COLLECTION?
NATALIE S BOUTIQUE 7 267 DADELAND MALL
l'M'.T, afccordthg to Mr. Dies-her.
' Now "a resident of Miami Beach
line has played a major role in the
lit* ti;is l.ui>i-" ....................... .. .. t u
development of fhe national office opy ord.nanty used for Jewish
in New v., k and Ii a key leader wedding ceremonies from the
jn other o gnnizations aiding Is- sicherman home to tl.3 syna-
1 goguey located at 7055 Bomta Dr..
about six blocks west. The march-
ers will dance to musical aecom-
iwniment as the procession moves
along 7l_sj_ Street________
Service Directed To Students
The service at Temple Beth Am
Friday evening will be directed
io the college students home for
the holi.'ays. it ha- been announc-
ed. Rabbi Herbert m. Baumgard,
spiritual leader will devote a por-
tion of the 8:30p.m. Service to an-
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Mr. Coleman lauded the senior
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two ambulances, and noted that
Mr. and Mr.-. Bienenfeld are gen-
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Mrs.
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poem "Jacob's Bell," won the
Hadassah Regional Award,
was to host the Eddie Cantor
Group's celebration of Found-
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Hotel Thursday noon, during
which the Temple Emanu-El
Players were to entertai.i. A
member of the Dramatic
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Friday, December 24,
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Ban Mifovak
MITCHKLI. (llll.TOV
Mrccheh Todd. ion ->f IV; ami
-Myron H. Coulton, 920 SW
' A\c. will celebrate his Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Or oiom on
Saturday, Deo. 25.
Mitchell, a seventh grader at
kway Junior High School,
1 n the trumpet in intermediate
i He is a member of United
S3 'iagogue Youth, and will con-
tinue his Hebrew studies in the
'onfirmation C'la
The Ones Shabbal Friday even-
as well as the Kiddush" Satur-
and a luncheon in Waldman
Hail, will be hosted by Dr. and
Mrs. Coulton in their son"s honor.
Among the honored guests will
be Mitchell's grandparents, Mr.
ind Mrs. Joseph Merits and Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Coulton. and his
aunt. Mrs. Dav Gold. Out of town
quests include Mr. and Mrs. David
Zimmerman of Rochester, NY.
Dr. and Mrs. Henry Garsson of
New Yoik City and Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Howard of Dallas. Tex.
CELIA AND LIZKTTE
Z,\( AKIAS
Celia and Lizette Zacarias, the
ghters of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Zacarias. will become Bat Mitzvah
-I Temple Menorah Friday even-
Dec. 24
Celia anil Uzette are students
at Nautilus Junior High School,
where they are in the eighth
ile.
The twins' parents will host a
heon in their donor Saturday
moon at the Balmoral Hotel.
Mrs Poia Zacarias. the girls'
indmother, will be an honored
'
it it
ARLENE JACOBS
Arlene Jean, the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jacobs. 1810
SW 87th Ct.. will celebrate her
Bat Mitzvah Saturday, Dec. 25,
at Temple Or Olom.
Arlene. a seventh grade student
at Rock way Junior High School,
who is active in USY. will con-
tinue on to confirmation.
Mr and Mrs. Jacobs will host
a reception following the services
in Temple Or Olom's Waldman
Hall.
Among the honored guests will
be Uiene's grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs S. Stucker. Mrs. and E. Jacobs, and her great
indmother, Mrs E. Jacobs.
SANFOBD P&AOEB
<">n Saturday morning D
in ;he main sanctuary ol Temple
Ner Tamid. Sanford David, the
of Mr. and Mrs. Berl Ptagei
will be called to the Torah as a
Mitzvah.
Sanford i tu lenl al Nautilus
. i or High School and atti
Ner Tamiit Religious School.
Th<- Kiddush following the serv-
wlll be hosted by the <<:<--
bl i -'s parents in his honor.
it it it
MICHAEL BRAIN
Michael Adam Hraun will be
lied to the Torah to celebrate
his Bar Mitzvah Saturday, Dec.
25, at Beth David Congregation.
The son of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold
Braun. 13485 SW 63rd Ave..
Michael has been a student at
Beth David for four years and at-
tends the eighth grade at Palmet-
to Junior High School, where he
is a member of the Student-Lead-
ers Club and a Student Council
representative.
Mr. and Mrs. Braun will honor
their son with a reception at Beth
David following the services
Michael's grandparents. Mrs. Fan-
nie Gantscher of Miami and Rabbi
and Mrs. Alexander Braun of
Syracuse, N.Y.. will be honored
guests.
it it it
CHERVL COHEV
The Bat Mitzvah of Cheryl
Lynn, the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Cohen, will take
place Friday evening, Dec. 24, at
Temple Ner Tamid.
Cheryl, a student of the Ner
Tamid Religious School, attends
Nautilus Junior High School. She
is a member of the Kadimah
Group of U.S.Y.
'WW^^'U^W^U*-

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Jack Sharpe
Mitchell Coulton
Solomon Poller
titan tan'.ch
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Sheldon Staubir
Celia and Uzette Zacarias
The Oneg Shablat in Cheryl's
honor will be boated by her par-
ents. Honored guests will Include
her grandmothers. Mrs. G. Ler-
man and Mrs. Anna H. Cohen, of
Brooklyn. NY. Mr. and Mrs. H.
Kronen, her sister and brother-in-
law from Chicago; and Dr. and
Mrs. I. 7.. Philips and their chil-
dren, her aunt, uncle and cousins
from Southfield. Mich.
it
MICHAEL FRYD
Michael the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Isaac Fryd, will becomi
Bar Mitzvah at Temple Menorah
Saturday morning, Dec. 25.
Michael, an eighth grade stu-
dent at Miami Country Day
School, is interested in electronics
and photography.
Following services, Michael will
be honored with a luncheon at his
home.
it
SHELDON STAIBER
Sheldon Ben Staubir will be call-1
ed to the Toiah for his Bar Mit/
van at Beth Israel Congregation
Saturday. Dec. 25. A Kiddush in
his honor will follow the service.
Sheldon, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Staub*r, is' an
eighth grade student at the Heb- i
row Academy of Greater Miami.
S rk; his great uncles and great
aunts. Mr. and Mis. Kalman
i habner of Chicago and Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Rothblatt, and Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Max of Atlantic City.
it
JACK SHARPE
Jack David, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Sharpe, 5120 Chero-
kee \\e.. will celebrate his Bar
Mit; van al the Hel rew Academy
of Greater Miami Saturday. Dec.
25. He will chant the entire por-
. lion of the week and act as the
lull Koroh for all those who are
called up to the Torah. In addi-
tion, ho will chant the weekly
Maftir and con lucl the Musaf
service with cantorial singing.
Jack, a Student at the Hebrew
Academy, where he is in the'
eighth grade, has been president
of his class several times.
Mr. and Mrs. Sharpe will host
the Kiddush and a luncheon-re-
ception in their son's honor at
pie Emanu-El. Among the
sts will be his classmates and
friends and relatives from 30
states, including his aunts and
uncles, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sha-
piro of Chattanooga. Tenn.. Dr.
scholastic achievement, and will
continue his education in the High
School of Jewish Studies follow-
ing his Bar Mitzvah.
Mr. and Mrs. Roller will hi -t
the Oneg Shabbat following the
Friday evening services as well as
the Kiddush Saturday morning.
An open house In their son's hon-
1 or will be held in their home on
Sunday afternoon.

t >ut ol town gui its expected to
attend include Solomon's aunts
and uncles, Mr. and Mrs. Al Dav-
idowltz, Philadelphia, Pa. and Ed-
ward Josephs and daughter, Sharl
of Clarksburg, W.V., Mrs. David
Josovic. London. England, and
.Mrs Feitel Josovits, Natanla, Is-
tat l.

STEVEN KANNEB
Steven Brian, son of Mr. and
Mrs Ben Kanner. will become Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday, Dec. 25. at
Temple Emanu-1
Steven attends Temple Emanu-
noon Religi > s School and
is an eighth grade si i lenl at Ida
Fisher Junior High School. The
ebrant will be honored with a
Michael fryd Steven (Conner
Junior High School, v
plays the French born
school land, is a gra I
Lehman Day School.
There will be a Kid i
the service, and Satui
Ing, a Melavah Malkah n
will take place at the 1
rte, 12680 \K Miami Cl N
Miami. Honored guests
elude Eitan's grandparei i
! and Mrs. Aaron Ka-- .
Annie Yanicii.
reception at home. His grandper-
and Mrs. Leonard Shapiro oi ents' Mr- i,n'1 *** Albert Naness
Palm Beach and Brooklyn. N V .
Samuel Grushkin of
and Mrs.
Brooklyn.
tt it it
SOLOMON PULLER
Solomon Michael, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Leslie Puller. 1S11 SW
92nd Ct., will observe his Bar
Mitzvah on Dec. 25 at Temple Or
Olom.
Solomon, a seventh grader at
Rockway Junior High School
and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kanner.
Five-Day Winter Camp
Offered By YM-YWHA
Boys and girls from kindi
who are celebrating the..- :>oth ten thru 6th grade have tl
wedrl.ng anniversary on Saturday,, portunity to spend five i *
Will lie among those attending the j and fun-filled davs at the V
PVent' vs. __ I8503 SW S,h St1 "*< U
FITW l \M( II There will be parties, bow
Kitan, the'son of Y^e't Ynnic-h^^ *** *^ .'1:
executive director of the Ann-n^i,-^ ? ,nT,,um,'s: ""f* ,s"
can Jewish Congress w i 11 onsen e '*'" ^7 "M> *" *
his Bar Mitzvah' 10:30 a.m. SaVur-i 'Zalt'^nrT^ Z ^ '
-lay. Dec. 23, it- a rfr^-tcinf- |ke<" ,h < >Vllllc, b>^-. -
service which will be held "out-! Children bring their own lunch-
Honored t'Mests will t.~ Y.io I^HIZ I' .------ZL ',""'' ,""u' --*'"- ""'n win oe nem out-[ l tilh'ren bring th
grandfather Hvman CnnhnVhi ,' ^ C,a?nCt '" 'h ?? W VE W r"urt "WftU j** and afternoo.
unHe a, au Mr SrE? 5 w 1' member f *" XK 145,h at,d "^ St"^' ':"" #*&*. Wf-Vegistratio
S^nMbS^ iSS" -rhaS, T',VC,1 ,W Wan. a straight A" student in June Fried or Harreen Bertisch
son^Iichael. of^ New awards at Temple Or Olom for I he eighth grade at NorUi Miami at the V".
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Outstanding water skiing program
3 motor boats, new 30-foot ski jump
Extended canoe trip and sailing programs
Theatre workshop
4 indoor regulation Brunswick bowling lanes
9 hole golf course
English and western riding 7 miles of trails
Ham radio and electronics
Superb International Staff
The Directors, Mrs. Earle U. Weinbero and Mr. Louis P. Weinberq are now l MJ.- s- ,. ', ~-------------------
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Fnday, Pecombor 24, 1971
* Unisl fkTklicin
Page 13-B
Histadrut To Present
Israeli Cabaret Night
\ gala Israeli Cabaret Night,
Iinder the Stars of the Nogev,"
will be presented at the Fontuine-
v m Hotel Jan. 16 under the su-
es t Israel Histadrut Foun-
Announcement of the func-i
wMob will launch prepera-
i; the leventh annual Mid- j
Winter Conference of the rUsta-
jn Foundation, was made by.
. on Kronish.
Kronish. rabbi of Temple
Sholom of Miami Bi ich is
I airman of the boai d of
i Irut Foundation, \\ hich

ii at tonal, n -[

: :'
Ion
n en

: Dr.
;h aid.
all-sts prog '
; ai Ii -'
iners will I the I
. Ni iht, which will focus'
n on the Histadrut cam-
raise funds for the Mid-
i Sde Boker in the Negev
:, ,1 by David Ben-Gurion.
H< n-Gurlon, first pn
ol Israel and first secretary-gen-
eral of the Histadrut, visited Mi-
ami on his 80th birthday to map
plans for the completion of the
educational institution in the
Negev.
Histadrut sponsorship of the
main building of the Midrasha
was announced on Mr. Ben-Gur-
ion's Koth birthday.
The Mid-Winter Conference will
In he held at the fontaine-
b au ft F( b. 15 through 17,
a eordiri to an am by '
Wi ... m H. Sylk ol Phiiadi Iphia.
and Dr. -
\ ici
700 National Leaders Attend
Services For David Sarnoff
NEW YORK I JTAi Some 700
national leaders in the fields of
communications, linance, business
and politics attended Temple
Fmanu-Kl services for Brig. Gen.
David Sarnoff, the man who revo-
lutionized the communications in-
dustry and pioneered the dew lop-
ment of radio, television and elec-
tronics, last week. He was eulo-
I by Gov. Nelson Rockefeller
and Dr. Bernard Mandiebaum,
president of the Jewish Theologi-
:al Seminary of America.
A native of Russia. Gen Sarnoff,
who die' .Sunday, Dec. 12, at the
age of 80, was elected president of
the Ra lia Corporation of America
"ll1
arcl In 1947, and he]
it until hi i nt in
i he co
U6AI Nona
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
.NOTICE IS HEREBY IIIVEN thai
llic undersigned, desiring to < ngage ill
business under the fictitious name of
Al INVESTMENTS at 1481 N.W. 7th
SI.. Miami, Fla. int. nil to register
said name with the Clerk of Ui. Clf
cult Court ol Dade County, Florida.
DAVID GATBMAN
<; D. YANKS
jl >i:i. ROBR18H
Attorney for applicants
i i,,k Avenue
i ..nut Grove, Fla. 33131
12/lU.Jl *7-14
LE6AL NOTKC

1.503
ites.
:
to ]
'
Rabhi Jnmes G. Heller, 79,
Leader Of Reform Judaism
CINCINN ''"I. < >hio '.I I
Rs
I the A
Zionist nn>\ I
the M 1-Win-

at th< Hists Ii it offio sunda) at the age of 79.
S ,i 21 : l ne Lincoln I lild-
ich Edward Tuma-
roff, 1 i xecutive dl
and Gerald Schwartz, public
lion- counsel, will coordinate the
Jan. 1(1 and February meetings.
Dr. Kronish said.
"
C'- ............. T<- "-
BAR MITZVAH PLANS
YOUR INVITATION
We fftr the fine*! in Enqrovine. oarf Thermoqraphy.
Tm will be delighted with Mr complete I'm* of
Menus, Matches and all TeWe Accessories.
Coll for An Appointment With Our
Consultant Today
Smarti Parties, Inc.
523 Arthur Godfrey Road, Miami Beach 532-8111
LePotpoiirri
9461 HarMimj Avenue v. 864-72511
BRIMOTHH^At. FOR 100 PERSONALIZED NAPKINS FREB
WITH EACH INVITATION ORDER
Rabbi Heller had servi I as
: i. of the Central Confi
of Ami rican Rabbis a mem
of the He-
brew I'm in C illege-Jewish I
tute of Religion ,m tive committee of the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations,
He was a president of the Labor
Zionist Organization of America
and a national chairman of the
United Jewish Appeal.
Prof. E. Y. Kutscher Dies
Dr. Edward Y. Kutscher. a pro-
fessor of Hebrew Philology and
Aramaic Languages at the Hebrew
University, dice' in Los Angeles.
Calif., last week while on a lecture
tour, it was reported here. His
bodv was shipped to Israel for
burial.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 71-24334
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IV RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
w ll.I [AM HE^ WI >D,
Husband,
IDA AGNES HEYW' ID,
VOl IDA AGNES I
ARE HEREir
TIFIED to rritti lefi
lo tin- i '""

VI IN /

i. ni),
Circuit
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FL0HIDAIN PXCBAiE
No 71-5'19
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE Bsi
SAI 1.1 Si To Ml Creditor* and All Persons hbv-
. ,.- or Demi At
d r.
I ,.. ,.,... nl anj claims
mands which ou mi
.., s.vi.i.v Biiunifi
: mte of Dnde County. I
County Judge* of Dad. < oun-
ly, i..... file the sam. itaajd
h, orovlded n Si i lion .33.16, Fiorina
8?atmeB In their n the Coun-
5 Courthouse In Dade County. Flor-
in within sia l< "'"' month
ft Ufa* of the firs, publication here-
,,f ,,r the sam. will be barri a
Dated at Miami. Florida, this
day of December. A D. 1971.
ROBERT H SOU >M< '>
A- ESx< "tor
First publication "f Oil; notice
"Ir^bmSwal association
Attorn) r* for Bsacutor
100 N Blscayne ltoulovar.1.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
No. 71-5463
(FRANK B. DOWLING)
in RE: Estate "f
JOSEPH IUA.M
1 lee. as. 'I
To All Creditors and All Persons Hai -
iiik Claims "i Demanda Asainst Baltf
Estate
You are hereby notified and re-
quired i" present all) clalaaa and de-
iii.urn- which >"u may have asainst
,1 JOSEPH DRAM de-
ceased late "i Dade County, i
Count) Judges ol Dadi Coun
ty, hihI fll. the same in du
and aa provided In Section
Florida Statutes, in their offices ii
the Count) Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar
momils In.ni the linn- ft
publication hereof, or the
i ni
Dated al Mam. Florida, thli
da) ol Dec A.D 1971.
['RAM
.
lion of thle not ici or.
B.MEI I4i iSKI> AND
X.'IATION
u
the
.mil- W ill
notice of action
constructive service
(no property;
in the ooukt of the
eleventh judicial circuit
. .ida. in and for
dade county.
civil action no. 71-23993
action fok dissolution
of marriage
.I i '.' Il'l.
MAE H l I:.' I 11T.
v, if.
Ti i Ma. II I'rquldl, Wife
fDr ARE HEREBY NOTI1
foi i ilssolutlon of Mar-
filed asainal y. u and
j ou an : uln >l to Berve a cop) ol
your written defenses, if any. I" I
LEGAL NOTICE
141)1
Miami. Florida
12 '24-31 1 7-11
Comet Trails
A new concept for a
Teenage Boy's Camp
RD 4 Waynesboro, Pa. 17268
_____cf 7i/ee6 Scui**--------
Two highly successful camp directors:
Morgan Levy of Camp Wohelo and Harry Pure of Camp Comet
In addition to their present duties at their respective camps, have
joined their talents to plan, build and program a new camp geared
to the needs of teenage boys.
Comet Trails leads to mature development:
A new facility designed especially for teenage boys:
Enrollment this year limited to only 50 boys.
Informal program .
Athlatic Clinic
Invoh/td pioneering.
Individual projects
Work projects
Career seminars
Fullscale athletics
Social activities
For more Information about this great program or
CAMP COMF.T for Boys Ages 7-12 or CAMP WOHELO
for Girls Ages 7-16, Contact: Morgan Levy, 1531 S W.
82nd Court, Miami, Fla. 33144 Phone 221-1853.
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE
OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY
THE AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
TO Ml- TO WHOM THESE PRES-
ENTS SHAM. COME GREETINGS:
Whereas, I K>RIS K. II \l i n 'K,
Miami. Floridai BEVERLY .1 KOTH
Miami. Florida: l.<>UA A MAHON,
Miami. Florida, did ou the Srd day nl
February, A.I' (1969 cause i" be in-
i''in".r;i V'd trader ll"- laws *>f Ihr
SI I'f Florida 863 WASHINGTON
avkntk. IN'- a corporation, with
its principal pla.ee < business .ii Mi-
ami. Dads County In td.- Btate ^i
Florida, and whereas such corpora-
tion did on the 16th day nf Daci mber,
A i> 1971, cause i" be filtd In the
frire ill Ih. Ti. oarlnniit ut State "f
the State pt Florida, ihe documen-
tary auiii'iriiv reejulred ane>r Bee
tlon M8.Z7, Florida Statutes, sin.mj:
the dlaaolutlon "f such corporation^
Now, therefore, the Secretary 61
State does hereby certify i" the rore-
Itolng and thai he if- satisfied thai
iii' requirements <>f the law have
been compiled with
IN WITNESS WIIKRK-
OF, I have hereunto i*.d
my hand and ha \ < af-
fixed ih'- Great Seal of
the Slat.- of Florlaa, at
Tallahassee, ih^ Capital,
this the icih day
cember, A l> 1971
RICHARD (DICK) STONE
Secretary "f State
12'84 71
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 71-25?! ,-.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN" RK The Marrlassa of
FRANK PARSONS
Husband,
and
.1AV1CT ANN PARSONS
YOIV -TANKT- ANN PARSONS,
n-hose residence Is OabhKopee, m
Paul. Ulmiesota, are JOtlfled to aer\
a eepy "f your mu-uer I.....'lla
f,,r dissolution of Marrlaae filed
acainsl you by Petlth>ner-HusbandIs
attorney, ALV1N E ENTIN. al .630
rtiscayne Boulevard. Miami. f'or/*;
and file the original with the < lerK
of this court "ii or before the i-ih da>
of January. 1;'7J; otharwlae
faun will be entered ac-unst >;'"
DATED uii" !nd day ol December,
E. II. l.KATHKRMAN,
Clerk
By; C P COPELAND
rcircul,Court Seal) l0.17.M.
' .'i,m\i:\i\ i WIENER, attofne) for
Petitioner, whose address is 1212
ej BulldlnK, Miami, Florida, and
file ih. i ritfrnal with the clerk of the
abov styled court "n or before Jan-
uary 21, i!'7_\ otherwise a default
will be entered against you for the
rell. I d. manded in the complaint or
petition.
This notlc. shall be published once
each i k for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FbORIDIAN,
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court al Miami. Florida on
this ISth da) "i 1 lecember, 1971.
E i: LEATHERMAN,
Ai Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade t'ounty, Florida
By: c p COPEIAKD
As Deputy Clerk ~3
(Circuit Court Seal) *
MARVIN 1 WIENER, E^Q.
1212 Ainaley HuildinK
Miami. Florida ISUI
Attorney for Petitioner
12 17-24-31 1 7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY civf.N that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the nctltlous name ol
BBRRIN ASSOCIATES al 5880 8
Dixie llv B Miami 88143 int. nda to
reaister said name with th. lerk of
of De- the ClTOUlt Curt of Pad.- County.
HEAR
.;
JACOB
SCHACHm
UK THE Ali
n* rout
..Avonrn,,. .
YIDDISH MUSK
vnrr sundar at noom
RADIO STATION WLT0
1200 On Your Dial
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tne undersigned, desiring t" engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Jewish educational, prod rs
at Miami. Florida Intends to r.Tister
said name with the Cl-rk of the Clr-
cult Court ol Dade County Honda
EDl'CATItiN \l. PRODUCTS, IN.
GERAI-D CANTOR, President
11 M 12.S-1.'-1.
TREES ARE
EVERYBODY'S
8USINES8J
.TSZTZJim
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-5556
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RK: Batata of
JEB< 'ME F. LBVTN
Deceaaed, ,,
To All Creditors ami All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demanda Aganist said
K- late: ,
You are heretiy notified ana re-
ouired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have **"*
the eaute of JEROME E L.BVIN
deceased late of Pad. County. FtoJ-
ida, to the County Judges of Hade
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided in Section (83.18,
Florida Statutes, in their offices in
the County Courthous* In Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six ai. idai
months from the time of H" flnrt
publication hereof! or the sam.- win
be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 21st
day of Dec< mb. r, A.D 1971
HAROl D Si H OMON
\ I:x. utor
Firs! publication of 'his notice on
h da> i i mk 1971
SAMI'EI. O" ll DBTEIN, ESQ
Goldman, Goldi I ilejc
Attornej for Exei utor
240] n ei Btreet
Miami Fla 3S13B 642-2411
12, 24-81 1 I-H
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
IN RE:
THE MARR1 \01". IF
KATHLEEN C LHOMMEDIEU,
Wife.
and
RICHARD HARVEY
LHOMMEDIEU.
Husband
T' l: RICH \i:i> HARVEY
LHOMMEDIEU
10 Collgni Avenue
\ Ro. hell. New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
rlag. has been Hied agalnat >ou and
* "ii are r.Miuire.l to scr\,- a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it
on FULLER BRUMBR, MOSS fc
coll EN, attorneys for Petitioner,
Whose address is ^X West Flagler
Miami. Florida 13130, and
file the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on uarj .'.. 1972; otherwise a default will
! :...i against you for the relief
d. manded in the complaint or petition.
Tins notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEM 1SI1 FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
1st day of D. cember, 1971.
i: B I EATHERMAN,
Al 'lerk. Circuit Court
de County, Florida
By: N A HBWBTT
Kt !'' puty Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal) *
FI'l.l.F.i:. ltitl'MER. MOSS &
.'i iHEN
88 West Flagler Street
Miami. Florida 33130
Attorneys for Petitioner
_________________12/3-M-17-24
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-5616
(ARTHUR W. PRIMM)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
RONALPJ SPARBER
I), r, as. .!
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
i|in"d to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
th. estate of RONALD J STARRER
-I late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
Countv. and file the some in duplicate
and M provided in Section 733.16.
Florida Statutes, in their offices In
ih. County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty, Florida. within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
b. haired
Dated ai Miami. Florida, this 21st
day of Decemb. r, A n m7i.
BRYON I. SPARBER
Ai Administrator
First publication of thia notice on
:i 24th day of Dec 1971.
SF tRBER l ME1 ROSKIN AND
HEI1 BR< INNER P \
foi Administrator
IfKl North Bli i ayne Blvd.
12 24-31 1/7-14


I'age 14-B
* Jen 1st fkxXflan
Friday, December 24, lgji
Heart Ailment Fatal To
Mrs. Beatrice Blank* 79
LEGAL NOTKE
LEGAL HOTKE
Mrs. Beatrice Blank. 79, an ac-
tive Jewish clubwoman, .lied Mon-
day .' "Mime of a heart ailment at
Mount sin.u Hospital. |
She lived at 5255 Collins Avenue. ; Ml>
' Tempi*
founded. The group that built
Mount Sinai Hospital hold ils first
meeting there.
her
1 Hi >
and
Blank was active in the
Emanu-EI Sisterhood, Ha-
dassah, the National Council of
Jewish Women. Jewish Home for
the Aged, the Women's Division of
Hebrew University, and the
United Kurui.
In 1964, the state of Israel
Medailion ol Honor was awarded
jointly to Mr. and Mrs. Blank.
They were recently honored again
by the State of Israel for their
work in the Jewish community.
Surviving in addition to
husband are a sun. Jerome;
iters, Marion Frehling
Kramer; a sister,
Blumberg, 10 grandchildren, and
three great-grandchildren, all of
Miami Beach.
Sendees "ere held at 11 a.m.
Wednesday in Temple fCmanu-El.
Burial followed in Mount Nebo
Cemetery, with Blasberg Funeral
Chapel in charge of arrangements.
a
LEGAL NOTICE
WOLFF
AIRS. BEATRICE BLANK
Miami Beach, with her husband
oi 56 years, Samuel Blank, foun-
i and chairman ol the board of
National Brands Inc.
Born in Poland, Mrs. Blank
the inn-.; States at the
age "f 16 and lived in Brooklyn,
XV. for several years.
In 1921. she and her husband I
came to Miami and became widely
known for their work in civic and
philanthropic projects, it was in
the Blanks' home that the Jewish
Ft leration of Greater Miami was ,
Jessie, horn in Louisville, K> in
l >*' Movi i" Birmingham, Ala .
when she Was '.' n:ir- L 1. where
the family 1 .. am. .0 live in civic,
philanthropic and social affair- Hei
in. -i 11. f \..i- .1 founder of HI limn n
Hospital, nationally recognised an
i ili.- firm rharltablc institu-
tions of i t > kind in the i
siMt.-.v Her father, Henry aaaru*.
.. b active in the foi mat loi
firm preside)) 1 of Temple Bmanu-
Kl in Rlrmingham Mm Wolfl
husband. Eugene, whom she mar-
rled in Montgomery, Ala., in 190?
in her slater's home, which later be-
ci me the Governor's Mansion, was
.i prominent banker id cotton mer-
chanl in Louisiana The) moved lo
Miami in 19*4 from rtirnV
and in thai time be. ame member*
'f T< mnl.- Israel Mr.- W oil l re-
ceived numeroua citation* during
World War l for her voluntei
ludine i pi monal letter of
m ili.> iju.-.n ..f Belgium
Mrs Wolff, mother c f Hi,- lat< Bu-
Bl .1.1 i- -hi vlved by her
'i- i II. 'i. Brooka i.f l .
Calif .Mi Audi. ^ Kali of I "I
III and I er ...ii B Wolfl M i;
Idren and grand-
s' m Ices were held ':
day al Rlvi raidi Mi mm i .i .
'''-'" mi..ii Rd, uii mi. tmi
Temple Israel <'. met. i 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVKN that
Hi. undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
..f FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL.
COLLEGE OF OPHTHALMIC OP-
TH > a: IS8 s E 1st Si. lira 106,
.Miami SSI31 Intends to register aald
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
. 'uii i.f Mad. 'ounty, Florida
PHILIP FRIEDBR
12 24-31 I 7-14
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-4035 (Pnmm)
In RE: Estate of
HARRY 1. KACAN
l......i .1
NOTICE OF PR08ATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
To VLI. PERSONS INTERESTED
i\ Tin: ESTATE OF SAID
decedent.
i imu .ii-.. in n by notified that
Instrumenl purporting to be
i he last w ill and
I deci .1. n1 has i n admltti .1 i.. pro-
J !. m said Court > ou .. h commanded within six calendar
months from the date of the I
publication of tins notice to appear
in said I'ourt and show cause, II ..
you can, whj the action of .1
In admitting said ill to pro-
bati -!i..ul.l not aland unrev. i
ELLIOTT HARRIS
\ lorne) for Kv. utor,
.i. m. r-.ni National Rank
714S Collins \\ nue
Miami Reach, Florida : I n
ARTHI'R W I'RIMM.
i "own I v Ju
B] I." 118 F. PA8TORFIELD
Clerk
i- .i Seal
Flrsl publication "f this notice on
Hi.- 17th day of December, 1971
12 17-14-31 1 7

HARRIS
RABINOWITZ
UNVEIUNG
The aedicotion of a menument
to the memory of Hi* late
JACOB and MAMYA
RABINOWITZ
will take place en
Sunday, December 26, 1971
11:30 a.m.
f*W. Nebo Cemetery
Dr. Irving lehrmon, Officiating
Friends and Velativei are invite*'
to offend.
Mrs, Malvin. 74. of "Mlnni! )
awa) Dec is Came ... Ffoi
ago from New Kensington.
Pa. Burvlved by husband Ramuel i
-.a,-. Sldne> of Coral i;.,1.i. .,',-..I
Ernest and Stanfi >-. hotlj ,.r Miami
L' brothers, Philip Welur-of Pitts-
burgh and Josjt.h bf Philadelphia. 4
"isters, Mr. H.l.ni Goodman "(N Y
Mm Manilla Sin.1.. of Miami. Mrs
Sylvia Palgpn of Tarentum.' i\
Mr- C.l.li,. M.'rlfnc N i and 7 ifrrtndi trfldren. Services
were held at i:iv.r.-i.i. Memorial
chapel. 1717 s\v J7rh .We. with
-mi-." mi VpDo. Cemetery in
lieu of nowrrs donations may be
made to ih.. Suniand Training Cen-
t er,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-4428 (Blanton)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE Estati ..f
NELLIE Gi >l DIN
11. ceased
To All Credit. 1 i Persona Ha\ -
mi.' Claims .! 1 Lilian.i- Againsl Said
Estate:
Vnu are hereby notified and re-
quired lo presenl an) claims and de-
mands which \ n maj trains!
Hi.- estate ..f NELLIE ':. ILDIN .1.
. nsed l.ii. ..f l lade County, Florida,
lh< County Judgea of Dad. Com
ly. and file the same in dui II. ati
..I ..- provided in S< I
81 in.-, in their offices In
the C. unt) Courthou ... 11 ,.|. Coun-
ty, Florida, within -i\ calendar months
flrsl public .Mon
or iio same ill be !
Dated al Miami. Florida, Ibis vth
III .ml., r. All 0.71
KICHA III' OM I 'IN'
A Administrator
Plral publication ..f tin- n.iti.
til.- I7"i .1... 1 ml., i- I'.7:
\ JAY CRISTOL
l>lstol, 1:.... ,v Aldrii 1'
Attorney f..r Administrator
:'i N B. Flrsl Ac
Miami, l-i.i. ::
11 i7-:i-:i 7
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Open fery Day Closed Sobboid
140 SW 57th Ave MU 18583
Mian 1 1 Only Strictly Jeniih
Monument Dealer
Memorial Tribute To Carson
NEW YORK UTAi A mr-
moriai tribute to Saul Carson, for
many yoars the Jewish Telegraph-
ic Agency's United Nations corre-
spondent, was heki last week un-
der the auspices of the American
Jewish Public Relations Society Ii
was attended by many United Na-
tions conespondents and officials,
and members of Ihe Israeli Mis-
sion to the United Nations and
fricn- with whom Mr. Carson
worked during his long newspaper
Career at Variety. Billboard and
the New Republic. The journalist
died recently at the ag,- of Te;
shortly after retiring to Florida.
Member:
National Funeral
I>treclors Assn.
Florida Funeral
Directors Aasn.
J.F.D.A.
865-2353
tJO Uvnty ftnt Urn*
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 71-2S9S4
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: Till: MAHKiAiii; of.
1"- 1 < 1:17. a BOTO
and
ItKTTY I>ir SOTO.
TO: fHIV. A SiiTO
c'o F.li.ita Itlvlcra .limenex
Hujm-ii So. fi*.7 A. Ruta 1
Aquii.lill.-i. I*uerl<> RI<-o
Y that an action for Dissolution of Mar
riag-o has l.in filed aCaiOSl you an.I
you are required t.. aarve copy .f
your wrltti-n defenses. If any. to It
on 1/H'IS R. RKI.l.KR. attorney f..r
Petitioner, whose addreka is 42ft Un-
oln lt..a.l. Suite ;n<, Miami Beach
l-lorida SIM*. U.8.A., and file the
orifrtnul with the clerk 61 the nhnve
styled ourt on or before January
li-th. lMJj otherwise a default will
be entered antlnat you for the relief
demanded m the complaint or peti-
tion.
This nolier shall he published once
each week for four consecutive ,.,.|<-
in TI1F. JKWI8H FUDRIDIAN
U ITXESH my hand and the s. al
of smd court at Miami. Florida on
this nth day of December l'.'i
r A i.katiiickm.w.
As Clerk, rireuit Court
lia.l. Count) Florida
By: I. SXKKDRN
,_. A- 11. only I'l.-rk
ii ir. nil Court Sen
1 I "'IS R RRI.1 ER
Ci I.in.-.In Road. RUili
Mann Beach, Florida 331M
Attorni y for Petltli m r
I! 1T-24-S1 1 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-J3797
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE mai:i:i v;i: i.|-
GERARD JESUS SUARUZ,
Husband,
and
' v> '..I i:i.i.\i: SL'AREZ,
Uii.
Ttl JACul'BI INE SFARKZ, WIFE
SIT. IFIC RESI1 i|-:\i K
I S'K.V'OU \
m liofrota, Colombia,
So Ami i li..
YOU AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED
ion for I n- solution .
Hagi has been filed aaainal you and
you an i. quln .1 to serve a npj ol
youi written defenses, if any to n
ii .1 \C|< .1. U KISS is... m
loner, wi -- ,- >4
S.W i-1 st,,.. y laml, Fli i
' I file tin with
. abovi atyli l ui
"'' 21st, 19" || .
;. fault will be enter* n
' for I hi ii. f .i, ma i

' all be '.iiiiii-ii
n. h v.. el for four cons, utl'
HE IEM iSIl FIjDRIDIAN
W ITM'S.s my hand and Hi,
url al Miami. Florida
'Hi da) Dei ember, 1971
I' Ii IK ATM HUM AN.
As <*|erk, Circuit Courl
11 :i~ Counlt', FMriiln
it.'- V' a HUnVBTT
\- 1 1*1' V I'll III
iCii, : C,.,, s,.a|> ...
JACK I \t KISS BSQ
" W Is: SW.
Miami. Florida
Attorney f..r Patlttona*
i- w-2*-ai i 7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE & COIiqt
IN AND FOR DADE C0LN
FLORIDAIN PROBATf
NOTICE TO CREDi-OR
No. 715297
in 1:1: Estate of
RET \ MAY liKKCllKK
i.-ed
To All Crealllora and \ |
mi: claims or Detna
Estati
You an hereby
quired to prem nt ai \
man.is whicl yi a maj '
the estate of l:i;i \
deceased late of D
Ida, to the Count)
Cou ly, and tile ii
ml as pn ivlded
i... Floi Ida Statutes,
the County i 'nurthou
ty, Florida, Ithln al:
from the time of u .
or the sam.
I'ii. al Miami.
da ) "I I > ..lllln :. A I
HENRY \. ir
\- Rxecutoi
Kh-i publication
thi I7th day of i ...,. .
HENRY NORTON
At tot i. y for Bxecuti
i 10c Rl m aynt Bulldlni !
_____________________is I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HETRKin
the uo.l. r-icned, ,1,
iii business under th.
ol m. s \viM. IxiCTnl: OF PANE*
ITSnd si xm B
Kl ler said name I
Ihe i 'in-uit Courl ol
Florida
ABRAHAM SCHI :
__________
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAA
v.'TIck IS HEREIN
hi nndi i *tcni I, ,i. .
in bualneaa undi r tbi I u
of SPORTSWEAR IV 1
. N n -' .Hi serei
l.nd to riiii-t.-i -hi.I
f the C
Count) Florida
P \ri. i:i
STIAI1T SH
AWA SH IPIRll
I
ed once
. seal of
on ihis
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME I
NOTICE is HEREir
th. und.
husini u
Rl "NDED MARINE .
HlRhway, Hallai
' s r -aid nani
nf the Circuit Court i
K|. i Ida
JAYSON l.l". -
i'Ml. KWITNBY
v ney for applli .
i ( Ineoln ltd
Miami Beach, I'U ;
. i
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 71.?3834
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
I IN' RE: The Marriaa-e. of
. TBOFII.A DAYiHII. U/tfa
l and
AI.KIIKlM-) HAVOl'li, Husband
, TO: AI.KHI'Imi DATOCB
RB8IDENCB: IN K M i\V V
Y'f AJUB HERRirY NOTrFTBD
'hat an action for Dissolution ..f \i ir-
riaca has been filed against >-..u and
I you are required to aenra ropy of
your written defenses, if any to it
iV" 1y,^0,"R M I.ITMAN attorney
for Petitioner, whoae address is 14m
; "eat Flaaler Street. Miami. Flor-
; Ida. and f,|.. the ,,r,clnal with the
1-rk ,.f ,h.. aboY. styled court on
oi before Jan |; mherwlse ..
default will be entered aaalaal you
for the reli. f d. niande.'
plaint or petition.
This notice ,-hai! l... publlahi d
each w..k tor f.
the com-
Use. UllVe
once
H. -
EMANUEL GORDON-1946
HARRY GORDON-1964
IKE GORDON
JAMES B GORDON
{.jordon jj-uneral owe
Reform Conservative Orthodox
CALL 373-5533
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
FOP THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA
NO. fi.23876
NOTICE OF ACTION
BY PUBLICATION
THE MAURI \<:v '>K
W 11.1 *\.M K TH' 'MI'S'i.Y.
Petitioner,
'; i:.\KV I KVK. Tin MPS.i V
Reaj......len'.
SL'-IJ |n4th Pll.....
ti i ';k\i:\ ikvi: THi'Mi'snv
Qu< ai Village, I. I \ v
YOU ARE HEREBY SOTIFIBD
thai an action for dissolution of mar-
nan. ha- been filed aaalnal \-..u .....i
> .u are required .. serve mm of
your written defenaea, if any to ii
on DAVTD S KKMK.1.K. E8Q M-
lomey r..r Petitioner, ki SI II, .
Road, Miami Reach, Florida. 381 : ,..,
or before January l", unt, and flh
ihe ortalnal \yith the Clerk of tin-
Court either before service on Petl.
lioners attorney or immediately
thereafter: otherwise a Default will
be entered at-an.-l \ >u for the relief
demanded In the Petition
WITNESS, my hand and ll
of this Court on th,. |nih ,|av ,.|
iber, 1971
B B i.f. \tiii-:i:man
k of the Court
B I. SNFJKDEN
Det.uty Clerk
(Circuit 'ourt 8. ,ii
DAVID s Kimim i: B8Q
Atl....... for i
SM lan.ol, Road
F!oii.la 3J13H
Tel Kh
' 7
in Till: IKU1SI1 FljDRIDIAN
Wir.NI-.SS my haul and the
1 ;ourt at Miami. Florida
ihis 1-th day of December 1971
B R ikatiiki:ma\.
As net uii .-..,,-.
I'li.i. i 'out Florid I
B) R M KISSEE
* I'm iii> ci.rk
! ir.-uit Court S. .Ii
SBYMOT'R M MTM \ v
FI iarl. Street
i laml, Fli rldn
v' > for Pi til.......r
U 17-J4-31 1 7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 704169
(JUDGE JOHN R. BLANTON!
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: K-i.i... ,,f
K< .1. mi. IUNSTEIN,
I eaSe.l.
To All Creditors and All Persona II.,v
Estat '" l'"";',"l> A*lnal Bald
You are hereby notified I
quired to nreHviit any .hiim
manda hi. h you max hav
the .siate of s i late ..r Had.- County
"la, to the County Judaea of
' ounty, and file th.
rate and as provide.
I, Florida staiui.--
In the Count) Courthouse
-'"-v. norula within six .,,!.'.|'
months from th, ,,. ,,f ,,,,. .
"':";-'-" hereof or th. .,.. ,.'
Dated at Miami. Florida, thi-
1 I.
and ili-
arain-l
RROI'XBTEIN
Klor-
l.a.le
same In duidl-
ln Section 733.-
In their ..ffiee.s
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF r E
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C4RC T
OF FLORIDA. IN AND F0
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO 71.
ACTION FOR Dissolution
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: MAURI Mil: if
El 'WAR11 .li iHNSt IN, lln
and
I/1RRAINE JOHNSON *lfi
TO: UlRRAI.VB JOHNSON. V i
(Mk* Field
\'a-siiu -
Un ha Ia
Tut" ABB HEHtliY NOI i:i
thM an artlon for Dissolution ol Mar-
riaite has t.. eit file.1 ...inst > >u an."
>.-u nri' -renuired to aervi a copy
your written defense* -.< nny, to it
on Jack .1 wkiss. EMU., atl rnej
for Petitioner, wln.se aifdreM i -it
H W 1st 81.....t. Miami. Florida ISO
1377-94711, and (lie tin orictnal withl
the ilerk of the above styled court onl
or before January Slat, 1972: nther-l
a'bse di fault will h. entered affalnatl
you for the teii.f demanded t!-.o|
. umpbtlnt or petition
This noli., shall be published o
each week 'or four consecutive m >
in THE JEWISH ll.i Htll HAN
\\ 1TNKSS my hat I ..:.! I
of said courl at Miami, Florid.i i|
ihjs l: B LBATHER.M v\
As Clerk. 1 'ir. u OUI '
Bade c. uni \. Fli i Ida
By: c P ci ipEl vM'
\- Deput] i
(Circuit .urt S. all
.1 MK .1 WEISS. Esg
s 11 g W lal Street
Miami. Florida
Attorni % for Petll loni r

NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVIC
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF "-"E
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIR7..IT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND F0'
OADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO 7: 3
ACTION FOR DISSOI-L"
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE
"II. Mai I I Ik'e of
CH Wd.K.VK Mi YSE,
Wife
and
BDW \ltn UOl SB,
Husband
Tt BDW ARD MOYSB
SI
Brooklyn, \.- York
YiH" ARB HEREBY N "i:i'|
thai an action for Dlssolutloi
rnii;.. has I.....n filed ajjnUnal .
>'ou lire reqnired to -. t I I :< "'I
your written defense-. If an: I
on AMIEBT WII.ENSK> I
. r a hose addi ess is 11 I Con-I
ord BhW. Miami, Florida, I
orirlnnl with the clerk
thi
' I ml,, r All |t7l
BDWARD siCiu.MK
As Bx< utor
ZKV W KOOAN
1 tdinii latrator C T A
; publication of thli ,,
the ,., day .,f December, !>7l
S'MON, MAYS A.- ORFN'DWBRr;
tative
"All \ Htiildinu
Miami. Plot Ida 33132
11,17-24
Hi
ai..o a at] l.-.l court on oi bt
uan II, IJTj; otherwlw
entered against you
thel
.Inn-I
,r the!
Mill be
relief demanded iii the complaint or
petition
This notice shall lie publlsl
each week for four ci acul
in THBJEBVIRH FIjORIDIAN
WITNBS8 my hand and '
oi s.,1.1 courl at Miami. Fli
Ihis l.ith day of I >. nil., e. !::
i: it i.i:atmi:i:man
a Clerk, Cln ull Com
l lade i "ouniv. Phil |d
By: C P c. rpEI '
\- 1 N pul .
Oil C urt Seal)
l RBRT \\ n i:\sky
IBM I -..i.....,| Blda
tttoi v p Hotter
13


dcv. December 24,

1971
+Jewist> fkrkfiatrr
Page 15-B
LEGAL MOTKI
T_E COUNTY JUDGES COURT
,1 ,NO FOR DADE COUNTY,
,NF QRIDA-IN PROBATE
NO. 71-4670
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
,., Male of
,,., i. DAVISON
IBLi UOLD
.,.,. ,,,i.l All P< reon H <
, 11. iiu,m.I- Againsi Saul
LEGAL NOTICE
I
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTKE

d
I
hereb] notified and re-
present anj chums and dc-
. h vi u ma) have ait"msi
l RACHEL OOLD DAV1-
, RACHEL OOLD !
, ,,i i....i.- County, Florida,
univ Judges -I Dade Coun-
i ..mi. In duplicate and
i,.! iii Hi ,ih.ii t::.i If, Florida \ lion
.ii theii "in. In ili'- i'.'uh-
,ii-.- in i..ui'- County, ii"
, ,i\ calendar months from
.i Hi.- iirsi publication here-
.. name "ill be burred
.Miami. Florida, thin 8th
. .,,,!.. r. A I>. 11T1
11.MX DAVISON
As Executor
t^iblleallon of this notice on
day oi Dei-ember, 1871.
> for Executor
. In Road
-,, i-.^i-h. Florida-- ,
1/17-S4-31 IT
I
'
itme covtrrv judge's court
\M *wo ro* OAoe county,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
NO- TO-440S (CtertO
H0T1CC TO CREDITORS
iRK ;->ta4e of
felJ.OJ OKCU, KNIGHT
"dltors and All Persons v-
Claims or lH-mundn Against MM
Kill
I '
re hereby notified mid re-
ppsit aig claims and Ue-
hi. \\ you may have against i
.,( K'llXUM CECIL
I0HT !' ..sill !' Dad. CnUIl-
i,, ibe County Judges of
- i iiiiiv, and file the auna In
,n.l as |ir..vlded In Section
. Florida Statutes, in then Of-
,. n the County Courthouse In
unty, Florida, within six
montna from thi- time of the
I publication hereof, or th\- Rama
led
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION 71-23516
PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IX RE THE MARRIAOE OF:
MICHAEL PARNASS,
Husband
.....I
BHEKKY PARNASS,
u Ife
Ti I SHERRY PARNASS
ii i>. bbh lMuialdaon
r_'.i-.'n.l Street
Asplnwall I '.
Y..u. SHERRY PARXA88, are here-
by notified thai a Petition for Dlssolu-
f .Mai rlage lia.s been filed
against you. and you are required lo
mtv.' a <-o|y of your Answer or Plead-
ing (.. tin Hill ni Complaint on the
Plaintiff* attorney, BNOEL /* HAL-
PERN, ltoo N W. mth Avenue, Miami.
Florida and file the original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court OO or before
the 13th day of Jan., 1973. If you
full to do 80, judgment by ,1. fault
wtU be taken asrninsl you for the
relief demanded in the Hill of Com-
plaint
This notice shall be published once
each week for four -onsK-utlve week*
in THE JEWISH PU1RIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Kloridu, this th day of Deo. A.D.
ti'Tl
B B. IJCATHHRMAN. Clerk.
Cin-ult Court, Dado County, Florida
By: R. M. kiskke
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court S. all
BNOEL & HAI.PKRN
nan N.w. nth Ave i*-ci
Miami, Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
U 10-17-34-31
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 55201 -C
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
IN RE Estate of
DAVID LEV1XSOX
Deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given lhal we
I.ave filed our Filial Report and
Petition for Distribution and Final
Dischargi .i- executor* of the estate
i DAVID l. BVINSON, deceased:
and ih.11 on the :.ih day of January,
1872, will apply lo the Honorable
County Judge* of Dude County, Flor-
ida, for approval of said Final RepOTl
and for distribution and final dis-
charge av exeoutora of the ..-tat. "i
the above-named decedent. This im
da] of December, 1971.
JOSEPH 8CHMIER
MARY DICK MAX
SIDNEY LEVINSON
JOBEPH SCHMIER
Attorney
60S l.iiH-oln Road
Mluini Beach, Florida 33139
13/3-10-17-34
tills
fth
Miami, Florida.
A I ItTI
i l.YDE CtKDPER
KETT M ROTHENRERO
As Executors
Ublll alii-n of this notice
. ilu> ol Doe. Htl.
I T M. Rt>THEXRER 111 ri :.r Kstati- of Cedl Knight
...vi.e liuilding
13 10-17-34-31
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAMB LAW
. i: IS IIKHHMY 'JIVKN that
ivui.Oij^urned, desiring tu emwife In
kail's.- under the fictitious' name of
SAM! KI. I. UREEMBBRO. M.D. -it
x.it lt l-upont I'lazu Center, Miami
v register Kald name with
I *lf* Of tlu: Cir.-ul Court ut INSM
;V:j ""^"ici-rNnvutti. m-.d P a
i::. HrTBEX
ii i > lor appli. an'
. iHipont Plan Cenb*
nu F.a 33131
II 17-34-31 l .
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
* THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUHTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 71-237M
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE

- HRED PETITIONER
.ii.,I
Ills KINDRED, RESPONDENT
El >RI8 KINDRED
A I'.rant,on Avenue
'in l.i.a. Alabama __
ARk HEREBY NOTIFIED
. i,.n for Dissolution ..f Mar-
.. hai been iiie.i aaalngi you aua
r.iiuire.i to serve copy "f
'w written defense*, if any, to it
I1AMAR AND UjlUE LAW "1-
;: attorneys for Petitioner, whose
la 4854 Noiiiiw.st Seventh
:, .Miami. Fktrldi S8117, and
i original ith the olerk di
al v. atyleid eouri on or i- fore
' u.iy 20th, 1H73-. otherwise a -
kill will bo enlered against you f"i
relief demanded In the ,-omplalnt
petition.
Tins notice shall lie published oil.
- li week for four consecutive weeks
THE JEWISH i'l-OHlKIA-X
IVITNES8 mj hand and th.....al
-aid court at Miami. Florida on
- Mh day of December. l'.'Tl
L'. Ii L.EATHERMAN.
As Cl.rk. Cir.ult Courl
I ..,cl.' County, Florida
By: N. A HKWETT
As Deputy Clerk
uii -. UARTLN 1>. I.Cf-'F KsgFIIlK
Ha.mar axu i.i'itu:
I.VW OFFICES
'i X W 7lh Av.nue
Kami, Florida IltM
ll ,ine\ for Petltioin i
U 10-17-34-31
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
IX RE:
THE MARRIA'JK "I--
WILLIAM l. CAMPBELL*
Petitioner
and
BEATRICE CAMPBEIJ*
Reenondenl
TO: I1K.VTRICE CAMPBELI-
yz.1 Fuchee St.
r.re.iisl.oro. North Carolina
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that un action for Dissolution ot Mar-
rage has been filed against you and
vou are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to It
on HOWARD F. CLIJIAN. attorney
for Petitioner, whose, address Is 3:>"
Lincoln Road. Miami Reach. Florida,
and file the original with the clerk :
Of Iho above stvleil court on or be-
fore January 1ft. 1973: otherwise a
default will he entered against you
tor the relief demanded in tile com-
plaint or iwilili.n.
This notice shull be published Mice
eai h week for four consecutive weeks
! in THE JKW1.SIJ FM'RIDIAN.
WITNESS mv Wind and the s-eal
i of said curt at Miami, Florida on
, this Hth il.i> of D>* ember. LP71 .
E n. lEathekma.v
Aa i-|er"k. 'Circuit CdurA
I Wide Couuty. Flortda
I'.v I, SNKEDEN .
\s Drpaty cieni
n 'H.'iiirCourt Seal) .
HnWARM F CI.I.MAN
I aw urn. .- of Robert PC Hums
jsn Lincoln Road
Attorney for Petitioner
Miami Beach Florida
"::,-,;M, 1317-34-31 1 7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XOTICE is HEREBY IIIVFX tbut
the unilersitrneil, desiring to eiignge
in business under the fictitious name
of SALLY OOLX>MAN INTERIORS al
ii_: 7iat Ktreet, Miami Beach In-
tends to registei aid name with the
clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida. _._
RONIAL EXTBRPRISES, IXC
A Floii'la Cons-ration
13 10-17-34-31
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 71-23313
NOTIC* BY PUBLICATION
BENJAMIN S. LBVINE,
Plaintiff.
va.
MAE LEV1NE,
iN-fendaot.
YOU MAK lJCY'lNE, '385 East 91
Street, Brooldyti, New York. ARE
HEREBY NOTU-TED to file your
written defense to this Annulment
with the Court'h Clerk and serve a
copy upon Plaintiff's Attorneys. VON
ZAMFT & 8MrrH. 1513 Capital Hank
Itldg., Miami, Florida on or before
Die 14 day of Jan., 1973, else the Com-
plaint will be taken as confessed
DATED: December 2, IfTl,
B. U. LEATHERMAN. Clerk
H>: It. M. KI88EE
Deputy Cbrk
(Circuit Court Seal)
13. lO-17-M-ll,
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
IX RE: Th.- Mat rlage < if:
DOR18 u ALKEH MANUAN,
wife,
ami
ROBERT ARTHl'R MANOAN,
husband.
TO: ROBERT ARTHUR MANOAN
1314 Dorothy Street
H merest
Uinghamton, New York
YOU AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution ..t Mat-
riagi bas been filed asalnst you and
vou are re.lulled tO htm- a COP) Ol
.our written defenses, ii any. to it
on A1N8LEE R. FBRDIE, attorn.v
for Petitioner, whose address is 1150
S.W. 1st Street, iMlte-80S Miami.
Florida 33130, and file the original
with the clerk of the above .styled
court on or before. January 3. l73j
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded
in the complaint or petition.
This notice shull be published once
cadi week for tour consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAX.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami, Florida on this
aoth day of Nov., 1911.
a U. 1J0ATHERMAN.
As Clerk, Olrcutt Court
Dade County, Florida
By: J. J. XEU40N
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit urt Seal)
AIXSLFJ-1 R FERDIE
1150 S.W. 1st Street. Suitc-S05
Miami. Florida 33130
Attorney for Petitioner
12/"-in-17-J4
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-5169
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In 111: Estate ol
BR.N BST M. R08SMAN,
Deceased .,
To All Creditor* and All Person* Hav-
Ing Claims or Demands Against Baw
You are I ereby notified and re-
ifulred to present unj i bums .
in,mis which you maj have against
the estate of ERNEST M. ROSSMAN
,1, used late of Dade County, Fk
ida, to tin- I "ountj Judge* ol Da la
County, and file tl "ami In dupll. i
and as pnn Idi .1 In Section I
Florida Statutes, ill their ollb I In
the County Courthousi In Dade Coun-
t\ Florida. within six caleiu
the time of Ihe first
.....i. or the same will
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:
JOYCE CHANEL WEKERI.E, and
KLMI1ERLY PATRICIA WEKERI.E.
minors
YOU. A1.BXANDER WKKEKI.E.
v.hos.- residence is 4853 Snowdeii Ave-
nue, Los Angeles, California, are no-
tified to serve a copy of your answer
to petition for adoption filed in the
interest of your children with the
Petitioners attorney. ALVIN E. EN-
TIN. 7ti3u Blscay-ne Boulevard. Mi-
ami Florida ami ftle the original
with the. Clerk of the Circuit "',urt
on or before January 1-. U7Z. other-
wise a default will be entered.
DATED this 3ud day o( IHscember.
1971.
E B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk
By: C P. OOPBLAXD
IS 10-1T-S4-S1
-
*. THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-4366
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
HE: Botati ol
IARY K. LEPOSK1
I MARY K I KI'. 7.KV
Heceased.
All i'i. ditor* and All Persona Ha\ -
I Claims or Demand* ak.ui.-i Bald
late:
Vou aie hereb) notified and re-
Mired to present an) .latins tmi de-
oi. Is w i.., ii vou ma] have ugalnsl
eatate of MARY K LBPOSh>
i a MART K I BPI > 'ZKV d* -
1 late ol Dude County, Florida, lo
I'ountv Judgei of Dadi County,
>i lib the same In duplicate and
provided in s.. Uon 13 16 I
Ulti i the l oun
Coui Ihousi in Dade Count). Flor-
in Mix itlendnr month* rrom
* liln. -I th. In-I pill
II be bum '
al .Miami Fl irldn ll
' oI Ni vi mbet A l> 1971
IRENE I Ivi >VA< II
VI,. VII II -s
'nsi pabu .,;,.,. of thl* iii
ol |... embi i 1971.
AMD M ihixsilAK
ton
, S V .Miami. I'l.i
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. 71-23233
PETITION FOR ADOPTION
IX RE: The Adoption of
II I.IK AXXK BAKER,
a minor
llv DAVID I EINFEIJVT and
EVELYN !: FJXFF.IJVT. bis \\ lie
Petitioners
RONALD I BAKER
. ., KNEW Radio Station
,;., la.k I.oii.l-m Square
Oakland, California WOT ___.....f>
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Petition For Adop-
tion baa >"-en filed against you and
vou are required to serve a copy or
your written defenses. If any. to It
on KWITNEY KROOP. ""?"
for I'ctitioner. whose address Is 4.0
Lin.-ohi Road. Mi.uni Beach. Florida,
and fib- the original with the eiera
,.f th- above Btyled court on or be-
fore January IS, 1978; otherwise R I Hilt Will be entered RgalnBl >.U '"
the relief demanded m the petition
This notice shall be published once
.,,, I, wc.k for four ...use. i.tive weeKl
In THE JEWISH FLORXDIAN
WITNESS mj h.md and thi
. ., I nurl Miami. Florida
3rd da) of Dw ember, 1971.
F |: I BATHERMAN
\. l.i '. I'll. Hit Coui
i..,,i.. i 'ounty, Floridn
Bj I. SNEEDEN
Vs Deputy ClerB
,i-ii nil ITOUI Si ll
KWITNEY a KRtKU"
In It.sol
Miami Beai h PI' rids 1131
Attorne,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIOA
NO. 7123907
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN RE:
THE MARRIAOE OF WILLIAM
FHOME, HUSBAND, AND
HILDA FROME: WIFE
n i \\ ii.li.x.m FROME
J*r,-;t7 58th Avenue
Elmhurst, Now York 11379
You are hereby notified that a Pe-
tition for Dissolution of Marriage bus
been filed against you. ami you are
required lo serve a copy ot your An-
gwet or other idea,ling lo the said
Petition on the Petitioner's attorney.
SHELDON X l.k'lA'lil'K, 19 West
Flagler Street. Miami. Florida M1J0,
ami file th.- oHgtnal Ajunver or other
pleading in the office of the Clerk ol
the Circuit Court on or before the
:4th day of Jan IOT2. If you full to
do so. judgment by default will be
taken acainst y.nj for the relief de-
manded in the Petition
DONE AND ORDERED ai Miami,
Florida, this lath day ol Dec., A.D.
F B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit t'ourt. I>ade County. Florida
By: R M. KI8SEE
Deputy ("b-rk
SHELDON X LELCHCK
Attorney for Petitioner
1 W. Flagler Street
Miami. Florida 331:10
T.,::,0; 377.1174, ^
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
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
MARJOHIE ROLTON PATTERSON
Wife
JOHN THOMAS PATTERSON
Husband ,
TO: JOHN THOMAS PATTERSON
7X1 Radbourne Road
I'ppt-r Darby. Pennsylvania
YOU ARE HEREUY NOTIFIED
thai an action for IMssolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defense*, if any. to h
on SIDNEY EFRONSON. attorne)
for Petitioner, whose address is tlZ
Ainsle.) Hldg.. 14 N.E. lsl Avenue.
Miami, Florida 33133. and file the
original with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before January
I',. 1*7); otherwise a default will be
entered acalaat you for the relief de-
manded In the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLoRIDLYN
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said curt at Miami, Florida on this
7th day of December, 1971.
E It. LEATHERMAN,
As Clerk. Circuit Court
DadC County. Florida
By: X A HEWETT
AS Deputy Cbrk
months from
publication h
Dated at Miami. Florida, this :'.UlU
dai oi November. A.D. 197L
JOAN KUEIi.ER
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the ::rd day ol Dec* mbcr. ItTl.
Kl'RT WELLISCH. Attorney at Law
Attorney lor
Estate of ERXF.ST M. ROSSMAN
167 Almeria Avenue
Coral Uables. Florida ^/j.,..17.24
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIOAIN PROBATE
No. 71-2730
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: EsLtt^ of
CLARENCE McDONALD
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-
mauds which you may have against
the .slat.- oi CLARENCE MCDON-
ALD deceased late of Dade County,
' Florida. I" the County Judges of
I Dade County, and file the same in
t duplicate and as provided in Section
i 733.16, Florida Statutes, In their of-
I floes in the County Courthouse in
Dade County, Florida, within six cai-
' .ndar months from the time of the
first publication hereof, or the same
win be burred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, thi* Ib'tn.
day ot November, a i>. '.-ti
KENNETH MeDONALD
As Executor
First publication of this notice oa
the 3rd day of December. 1971.
ESSEN .* ESSEN
Attorneys tor Executor
ISM Alasley l'.idg.
Miami. Flu. SJlil
U 1-10-17-74
(Circuit Curt Seali-
sli'XF.v EFRONSON
812 Ainsby Hldg., Miami. Fla 33137
Attorney for petitioner
lj 10-17-34-31
I
ni this
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N.iTICF IS HEHEH1 fllVE.'
the in
u-,.l.-r the flctltbjuj
.,, piBAH INSI'RAN B AOENH a
... \\ Flagler Btreel Bu te 674
,..,- "' register said nam.
i -opnt) Floi id.i
ISAAC
HARIF
IS 10 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. 71-23342
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IX RE: THE MARRIAOE OF:
JUDITH LORRAINE HFLTS,
Wife
and
PAIL RICHARD HFLTS.
Respondent
TO: PAUL RICHARD III LTS
708 Front street
X.-w Richmond, ohlo ......
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against y.'ii and
vou at.- required to aarve a opy of
your written defenses, il any. to it
on DAVID E STONE, attorney tor
Petitioner, whose address i- mi N w
'venue, Miami. Florida, and file
th.- original with the lerk of the
ibove styled court on or before Jan.
ii I97S; otherwise a default will be
entered against yon tor the rellel de-
! ,,. the complaint ..r petition.
in .ti. t shall be published once
each w.-.-k for four consecutive
m THE JEWISH FLORID1 \x
WITNESS m) hand and the *eal i
. ,,.,i ..mi at Miami. Flot Ida "ti ihli
2nd da) oi Dec l""1
E |i i EATHERMAN
\~ Cl< : U. i 'In ult '' url
I iiide County, Florida
11) l! M K1SSEE
\~ |I.|,||I, l I.
Ult I 'ill t Seal.
I ..iv Id B Stone
STONE fi Kt ISTCHIN
I (ll X W 12th Av nn.
ah,.rn. s foi P< I itlonet
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-5466
(FRANK B. DOWLING)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In HE: Estate of
M.\ BEL i' ITTLIEB
I i.e. as. To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
Ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Eatate: ... ,
You are h.r.by notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which vou may have a tains!
th. estate of MABEL aOTTLIET!
.j......,is,.,i late ol i'ad.- County, Flor
ni.i, to the County Judges of Dadi
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate and a- provided in section 733.-
10. Florida Statutes, in their office* la
th.- County Courthouse in Dude Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar
months from the time "i the find
publication hereof, or the sain.- will
be barrel ,
Dated at Miami. Florida, this l.tb
da) of December, AD 1"71
CORRINE R GOODMAN
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
(he J4th day of December. 1M1
\V FINER AXD WEISEXFEI.D I' A
Uy Joseph J. Welscnfeld
Attorney for
t'orrlne It. Coodman. Executrix
3.173 Collins Av.nue
Miami Beach 3.113U .,,..-,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-5553
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in i: i Batata of
l.i: VTRICE D LEVIN
Deceased
To au creditor- and All Person* Hav-
ing claims or Demand* Againsi Said
Bvtati
Vou are hereby notified and re-
quired to present an) claims and d< -
man.Is v, Inch you may have againsi
the estate of LEATRICE D l.l.vix
,1,, a-.-,i late oi D.ole County,
Ida io the Count) Judgi a of D
County, and file the name In dupll
nirl a- in ,.\ id. ,l In Section 733.-
,. p|, ,,,:., statutes, in thi Ir office* In
i 'nunl) ""in thouse In I >adi I
Plot Ida Ithin all rah ndar
month* from the lime of the first nuta-
tion hereof, or Ihe same will be
Dated nl Miami. Florida, tl
.lav ..i I'. cember, A D. 1971
HAROLD SOLOMON
A* l'x. i utof
puhlll ation Of thl* noli. Oil
i |th da) nf d......mher, 1*71
s v mi 1:1. 'I DSTEIN I
Goldman, Ooldateln A Paciler ^^m
n, v for Executor
2401 Wesl Flagler street -**"
1,11 ...
i .)-::! I -14
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 71-23021
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage Of:
ANTHONY JIM STUMBR18,
husband. I
and
DOLORES R BTFMBRI8, I
Wife. 1
TO: DOI.ORKS R. STL'MBRIS
110 Elaine Drive
Sunrise Terrace
Htnjchamion, x>w York
TOO ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution ot
Marriage has been died against you
and vou are required to serve a copy
,.t your written defenses, if any, to
it on aixsi.ee It. FERDIE. attor-
ne) for Petitioner, whose address is
1130 8.W. 1st Street, Sulte-305, Miami,
Florida 38180, and file ihe original
with llo clerk of the above styl. .1
court on or before January r.'T:.
otherwise a default will be entered
against you tor the relief demanded]
. i omplahit or pi tltlon.
This noti, shall be published once
each week for tour ronsecutlvi wei -
In THE JEW ISH FIjORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the s.-..l
of aaid court at Miami, Florida on
this 30th day ol Noi 1871
E F IF ITHERMAN.
a- Clerk, circuit Court
1 ia.I. Count;, Florida
By: J. J NELSON
As l leput) Clei k.
(Circuit Court S.al.
A1XSI.EE R. FERDIE
1150 s.w. 1st Street
Miami. Flo, ida :;:it::
Attorney tor Petitioner
IS ::-|o-lT-J4
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 71-23197
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: Th.- Marriage Of
XOMEE 11 UMAX.
Wife I
DANIEL FURMAN, 1
Husband,
TO: DANIEL FI'UMAX
:: ": X 'strand Avenue
Brooklyn, N.Y.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that -m action for Dissolution ol Mai -
rlage has been filed against you and
you are required to aerve .. copy of
your written defenses, if any. to it
;.n LAW OFFICES OF MAC MER-
mfi.i.. attorne? foi Petitioner, whose
address i- II..... 8 VV Third Avenue.
Miami. Florida 33129, and file the
original nub the rlerk of the above
stybd courl on or before Jan. 14,
1972; otherwise .. default will be en-
tered againsi you tor the relief it.-
in.nub .1 In ih. complaint or petition.
Tlio notice shall be published once
. at h wi ek foi fi ur consei ulive i eka
I in THE JKYl ISH Fi.'iKIDIAX.
WITNESS mv hand and Ihe '
,,i naid courl a! Miami Florida on tbia
Ixt ,i ij .a Dei
i: H I.E VTHERM \x
\ I
l ia.1. i "ounty, Florida
j U\ l: M Kls-SFF.
\ Deputy Clerk
i
I \\\ OFFICES OF
MAC MERMELL
- iv Third \> ue
Miami. Fla i- i
l-.v MICH AIM. I' CHASE t
ii n Council)
l_,u 10 17 M


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Friday, December 24, 1971
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He has not yet made his cemetery arrangements. Like other
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