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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
December 31, 1971

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

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of North Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Jewish Floridian of South County
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Jewish Floridian of Tampa
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eJewfisHi Floridliaiti
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WtiKlf
Volume 44 Number 52
Miami, Florida Friday, December 31, 1971
Two Sections Price 20 c
Waldheim Hopes Jarring
Mission Will Be Resumed
News Briefs
JERUSALEM (JTA) U.N.
S, ;;iry General elect Kurt
Waldheim of Austria, who takes
Jan. 1, taped an interview
which was broadcast on Israeli
teli ision this week, in which
he slated that he hopes U.N.
tor Dr. Gunnar V. Jarring
will be able to resume his Mid-
dle 1 aft peace mission.
The M-year-old diplomat re-
to state his views on a re-
cent General Assembly resolu-
: >king Israel for a commit-
men! to withdraw to its old in-
ternational boundaries. He said
that until he officially assumes
office, he can not comment on
ter in which the views of
the outgoing Secretary General.
U Thant, are on record, and
idded that he cannot express
f privately, since none of
his views can now be regarded
as private.
Mr. Waldheim. who was a
lieutenant In the German Army
during World War II. said, "We
h:ul to serve, whether we want-
ed to or not. There was no
choice." He aald he was never
a Nazi Party nwailier, and his
family had an anti-Nazi word
in fait his father was dbt-
nii->4-d from the Austrian civil
mt\ lec at the time of the Ansch-
luss because of hi* anti-Nazi
Views.
.'!.<.i\ was no official reaction
to Mr. ^TOdhelm's appointment
: Jerusalem last week. Unoffi-
cially, however, the comment
largely favorable. He was
not expected to lean towards
Arabs as many Israelis ba-
the outgoing Secretary
eral has done.
Va Foreign Minister of AuS-
" i Israeli sources noted. Mr.
Ihelm wat personally in-
iental in speeding up two
menta with Israel, r.nd dur-
ing his tenure as Austria's rep-
resentative to the U.N., he has
showed considerable understand-
ing of Israel's problems.
According to those who know
Mr. Waldheim, he is Innately a
"neutral person" and Is expect-
ed to take his oath of impartial-
ity very seriously.
Mr. Waldheim. who appeared
on the nationally televised pro-
gram "Face the Nation'" this
week in New York, said that he
will personnaly take a hand in
the problems of the Middle
East. The peace-seeking mission
of Dr. Jarring will continue its
efforts to achieve a settlement
between Israel and her Arab
neighbors, he said, and he will
assess the situation and try to
see what he can do personally.
A spokesman at the Austrian
U.N. Mission in New York later
told the JTA that Mr. Wald-
heim's personal approach to the
Mideast question will not be ex-
ercised until he takes office. The
spokesman would not say how
or ifhis personal approach
would differ from his govern-
ment's official policy.
WZO Executive Decision
Scored As Irresponsible
NEW YORK (JTA) The
World Zionist Organization Ex-
ecutive's decision to withdraw
an invitation extended to Dr.
Nahum Goldmann to address the
World Zionist Congress was
scored by Dr. Joachim Prinz,
chairman of the World Zionist
Congress Governing Council as
an "irresponsible action" this
week.
Dr. Prinz, speaking as an in-
dividual, issued a statement say-
ing that the decision "assumes
that the constant struggle of
the Zionist movement for the
protection of the fundamental
human and civil rights of Jews
everywhere can have no rel-
evance to the situation of Soviet
Jewry" an assumption, he said,
thai contradicts the consistent
policy of all responsible Jewish
organizations concerned with
the |ili-:lit ol Soviet Jewry."
Last Friday, the W/.O K\e< u-
I.V MtKACE JET COSTROfERSY
Pompidou, Ben Natan
To Meet Next Week
PARIS (JTA) The Jewish Telegraphic Agency learned over _
the weekend that President Georges Pompidou has agreed to meet
sith Israeli Ambassador Asher Ben Natan to try to break the dead-
It in Franco-Israeli negotiations over the reimbursement foi 50
i rgo-xl Mirage j.ts. The meeting will be held during the first week :
of January at the Ely see Palace, according to the JTA report.
Negotiations between Israel and France to settle the Mirage issue
s SOD several months ago and were confirmed In Jerusalem and Pans |
' October. The 50 supersonic jets, bought and paid for by Israel,
*- re embargoed by the late President Charles do Gaulle during the
Six-Day War. The embargo was continued by the Pompidou regime,
but Israel, which had originally insisted on taking delivery of the
panes, subsequently agreed to accept reimbursement.
The way to an agreement was cleared when France announced
that its Air Force would absorb the planes, thereby allaying Israeli
i an that they would be sold to a third party for possible use against
Israel. A stumbling block developed over the financial arrangements,
however. Israel reportedly insists on reimbursement for the aircrafts'
cost plus interest. The French government reportedly made counter-
demands for payment for storage and maintenance of the Mirages.
French sources said Pompidou recently called for the Mirage file
and. details of the met tings which he studied before deciding to meet
with Ben Natan. The latter, and Paul Kedar, a representative of Is-
rael's Defense Ministry, had been negotiating with Secretary General
Former Premier Visiting China
PARIS i JTA i Former French Premier Pierre Mend --
France, who is visiting China as a guest of the Peking government,
will raise the Middle East issue in the course of his conversations
with the Chinese leadership, a French political source has dis-
closed. Mendcs-France, the source added, is expected to appea'. to
the Chinese leaders to a:!opt a more flexible policy regarding the
Middle East conflict.
Navy Honors Commodore's Memory
NORFOLK. Va. (JTA) The U.S. Navy will honor the memory
of Commodore- Uriah Phillips Levy <1792-1862) who rase from cabin-
boy to the Navy's higest rank during his long career in ceremonies
dedicating a commemorative plaque Jan. 9 at the Norfolk Naval
Station Chapel Center. The plaque was donated by the L'nited Jew-
ish Federation of Norfolk and Virginia Beach and commemorates
the naming of the chapelthe first permanent Jewish chapel or. a
U.S. military installationfor Commodore Levy in 1959.
Writers Receive Zalman Shazar Prize
JERUSALEM (JTA* Boris Dov Gaponov and Yehohua
Wygodski, immigrants from Russia and Poland respectively, have
been awarded the Zalman Shazar Prize for Immigrant Writers. The
prize is awarded annually by the president of Israel. Poet Avraham
Shlonsky accepted the prize on behalf of Mr. Gaponov who has been
bedridden since his arrival. The presentations were made by Deputy
Premier and Minister of Education and Culture Yigal Allon.
Soldiers Wounded In Border Ambush
TEL AVIV (JTA) Two Israeli soldiers were wounded Sun-
day night in a clash with terrorists near the Lebanese border, but
their condition was reported not serious. The men were hit when
their patrol ran into an ambush while chasing a terrorist gang that
had crossed into Israel from Lebanese territory.
Gift To Anne Frank Foundation
AMSTERDAM I JTA) A gift of almost $3,500 from W '
German President Gustav Heinemann to the Anne Frank Founda-
tion was preat nn d to the Foundation's executive committee by
West Germany's Ambassador Dr. Hans Arnold. The gift will be
used toward reducing the deficit of the Foundation which m
tains the Anne Frank House here The buikring where the 13-year-
old Anne Frank and her family hid from the Nazis dining W
War II until they were finally discovered by the Nazis has been a
tourist shrine since the diary of Anne Frank was published a.
the wai.
ADL Objects To Questionnaire
NK\v YORK UTA) The Anti-Defamation !. a ADL' of
B'nai B'rith "strenuously objected" to ethnic religii us questions
contained in on eight-page data-gathering form distributed by
Brooklyn College to its students. Tiie ADL dedan d that fo B
public institution to request such information "raises serious Con-
stitutional questions." The questionnaire being used by the instil i-
tion tc computerize its record-keeping department asks the student
to Identify his ethnic origin, religious preference, and his parents'
religious preferences.
.
IN 15-MONTH PERIOD
Bond Sales Top $20 Million
the (NOT the Jewish Agency
Kxecutive as previously report-
ed) rescinded Its Invitation to
Dr. Goldmann "In view of the
circumstances" following his re-
marks on Soviet Jewry In Lon-
don Dec. 19.
Dr. Goldmann had said that
diaspora Jewry should press for
equal rights for the many Jews
in the USSR who want to re-
main there, but some press re-
ports erroneously quoted him as
recommending that Soviet Jews
not go to Israel. The WZO Ex-
ecutive had approved the with-
drawal of his invitation by a
vote of 7-2 with one abstention.
The cable to Dr. Goldmann
cited a number of reasons for
the Executive's action. It said
that it is clear that first priority
must be given to aliyah. "The
struggle for Russian Jewish em-
igration," it declared, "is the
center of all our activities and
any other approach weakens
the Struggle for allyah rights."
The cable concluded that in
view of the fact that Russian
Jewish activity is the peak of 75
years of Zionist activity, the
majority of the Executive mem-
bers thought it would be inap-
propriate for Dr. Goldmann to
be the sole or main lecturer to
evaluate 75 years of Zionism at
the festive session.
The Israel Bond effort has
smashed all previous records by
surpassing a total of $20 million
in sales in the 15-month period
ending this week, according to
the report James M. Albert,
chairman of the Greater Miami
Israel Bond Organization, gave
to Ambassador Yitzhak Rabin,
guest of honor at the 1971 Am-
bassador's Ball, and the more
than 1.000 community leaders
participating in the end-of the
year festivities in the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel.
Mr. Albert noted that the
sales of $20 million fulfills the
Heree Alp^andMhe FrenchToreign Office and Gen. De L'Etoile. pledge which he had de tor
head of the French interministerial committee for arms sales. the Jewish community of Miami
to Prime Minister Golda Meir in
September of 1970 at her con-
ference with American Jewish
business leaders in Jerusalem.
Ambassador Rabin, who con-
ferred the Eleanor Roosevelt-
Israel Humanities Award upon
Miami Beach Mayor Chuck Hall
praised the Miami effort and
expressed the gratitude of his
country- for the economic sup-
port which Miami's Jewry has
given to Israel through Israel
Bonds.
Dr. Irving Lehrman, chairman
of the board of governors of the
Israel Bond Organization, point-
ed out that the success of the
Bond drive was made possible
by the fact that more events for
Israel Bonds were held during
the past year than at any other
time in history. More than 60
dinners, luncheons and other
functions on behalf of Israel
Bonds were sponsored by tem-
ples and synagogues, organiza-
tions and residents of high-rise
apartments during the past year
a pace of more than one per
week. He lauded the men and
women who had made each of
these events a success by their
dedication ani hard work.
Dr. Leon Kronish. former city-
Continued on Page 5-A


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Friday, December 31.
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Friday, December 31, 1971
Volume 44
13 TEVETH 5732
Number 52
'Principles' Serve Soviet Ambition
India's conquest of East Pakistan it can be called
little else adds strength to Israel's position against re-
turning some of the territory it occupies as a result of the
1967 war with Egypt, Syria and Jordan. It is true that the
inconsistency and hypocrisy of their position probably
causes the Indian and Soviet leaders little embarrassment
but in the present situation it is so at odds with past per-
formance as to border on the ridiculous.
Soviet propaganda has emphasized that the great
powers must work together for peace and that military
power must not be used to achieve political objectives.
Following that proposition, the Soviets take a line on Israel
in support of the Egyptian position: that the territory cap-
tured by military aggression must be given up even before
peace negotiations can begin.
The switch in "principles" when it came to supporting
the overwhelming majority of the Security Council and U.N.
General Assembly in demanding Indian withdrawal from
Pakistani territory proved again to the world that the So-
viet Union's only principles serve its own ambitions and
not the cause of world peace. As for India, it long ago
abandoned the principles of Mahatma Ghandl and now
the aura of his moral role has vanished as well.
Hundreds Can Share Credit
Purchase of $20 million in State of Israel Bonds in a
15-month period by Greater Miamians is an achievement
of which the entire Jewish community can be proud. It
maintains this area's status as the leading one in the
nation for Israel Bonds and is further evidence of the new-
found maturity of the community.
Credit can truly be shared by the hundreds who
worked on dinners and other events in synagogues, high-
rise apartments and numerous organizations. Leadership
by chairmen James Albert, Dr. Irving Lehrman and Dr.
Leon Kronish was ably supplemented by a professional
staff which provided direction, skill and enthusiasm.
Yet, as successful as the results have been, the needs
for development funds and investment capital by Israel in
1972 will be even greater. The influx of Russian immigrants
in unprecedented numbers is but one of the reasons for
new demands on all of us.
With renewed determination, Greater Miami can and
will meet the challange of the new year.
Community Will Be Strengthened
There has been a substantial increase in the number
of Jewish studies courses offered at American colleges and
universities over the last two years because of the efforts
of Jewish students and faculty members, assisted by com-
munity groups. The total, as reported by the Hillel Founda-
tion, now exceeds 185 and is impressive, indeed.
The new downtown division of Miami-Dade Junior
College in cooperation with Temple Israel, will offer a
credit course in Jewish studies for the first time beginning
with the winter semester and there are reports that the
University of Miami will soon have an important announce-
ment concerning its response to last fall's petition for
courses in Jewish studies.
While the current interest may have been inspired by
the pleasure for black studies programs, campus authori-
ties believe it goes deeper and reflects a new student atti-
tude toward religion for most, Jewish education ended
with Bar Mitzvah or Confirmation. The new thrust toward
higher education can only strengthen the community of
the future.
MATTER OF FACT
i
"'VA^tfiNGTON "the" sor-
did Congress has gone. The sor-
did Congress will come again on
Jan. 18. And in January. 1972.
It appears highly possible that
by JOSEPH ALSOP
.-
the country 'will be faced with
the same old enfeebling split
between the executive and the
sordid Congress.
No one seems to have snot ted
I -o
it, but this is the price the
President and the countrj wfl
almost certainly haw to pay]
for his "Southern sti.v
assuming the strategy
And the Nixon Souil
esy looks more and mor<
ting every month.
BEFORE allowing
moans almost Indefiniti
cod government, let u
tho factors that Indicate the
President's success. The
Harris poll has jusl
border South and the d
with a huge sample, i .
liberal Democrats wh
to face facts (a rare
results ought to cause
flesh.
In the South as a wh
ident Nixon now gets 11
vote. Gov. George C. v.
has .slipped to only 23' .v .]
Sen. Edmund Huskie
with either Sen. Edward Ken-1
nedy or former Vice
Hubert H. Humphrey in th
the outcome is hardly different
In the aeep South meaning
the states Gov. Wallace c
last time with 54r'< of the
vote it is nearly as bad. Pres-
ident Nixon gets 47'; ; Gov. Wal-
lace gets 329f and Son. Muskie
gets only 16%.
THE SOITHERX trends pre-|
viously revealed Nixon fin-
ing. Wallace declining navel
therefore deepened and become |
(Continued on Page 13-A)
COMMENT
I would like to share with you
a rocont sermon by Rabbi Jo-
seph R. Narot which, in one area
at least, addresses itself to some
of the questions I have raise.I In
rocont weeks about the Jewish
dilemma in America. Some read-
ers have complained that I pro-
vided no answers and, perhaps,
the following excerpted from the
sermon will help.
SOME .MONTHS ago one of
our religious high school classes
invited a group of these "Josus
Freaks." as they like to call
themselves. Several of them
claimed to be former Jews. And
all of them looked at our stu-
dents and said, "We are sorry
for you. You have not found the
true faith. You have not found
Jesus."
"I am sorry for you." I have
heard and read these words be-
fore. And they evoke in me,
whenever I hear or read them,
old feelings and fears. I am too
old and too familiar with history
not to have such feelings and
fears. The history of these
words, "I am sorry for you" is
as follows: First there is pity,
then annoyance, then anger, then
discrimination, then persecution.
In Temple Israel we have a
new course of study. One of the
major themes is the relation-
ship among Judaism, Christian-
ity, and Islam. When the teach-
ers of our school were given
some material describing the
classic differences between the
three faiths, one of our teach-
ers objected. She felt that our
young people in America have
gone beyond these old1 themes.
They are more "together."
A FEW days after that, as it
happened,, I had tho chance to
speak to several hundred Chris-
tian students. They proved our
temple teacher wrong, I am
sorry to say. These young non-
Jewiah school students did not
ask me how Judaism and Chris-
tianity can work together for a
better world or, do not Juda-
ism and ("hristainity have more
lit common than ui differences?
'.hoy asked, instead, the old
questions: Why don't Jews ac-
cept Jesus? Why don't Jews be-
lieve that Jesus was the Mes-
siah? Why don't Jews accept the
faith that will get them into
heaven? No. things have not
changed very much.
I thought of all these things
when I first beheld the cross on
the Dade County Courthouse
tho day after Thanksgiving. Like
all other pre-Christmas decora-
tions, it was there, earlier, I
think, than in other years. And
with no publicity or debate. In
other years there were public
discussions. Jews and non-Jews
questioned the placing of a cross
on a building that belongs to all
the people. A courthouse is not.
after all. a church or private
home. There were even rumors
of suits against the County.
Then the people were assured
that it was private, anonymous
money that made the cross pos-
sible on the Courthouse. As if
money has ever been the ques-
tion and not the feelings of
non-Christians and a vital Amer-
ican democratic principle!
BIT THAT IS all gone now.
Now the cross is there, without
fanfare, for all to see. And I am
sure that some Christians, at
least are happy. It is as if they
are proclaiming to the world
"Tho cross is on the Courthouse
all's right with the world."
We Jews know that Jews and
Judaism cannot live or thrive
in a monolithic society. When
ancient Assyria vanquished all.
Jews perished among them all.
But when Babylon allowed all
faiths to live, Jews lived and
rebuilt Jerusalem. When Alex-
by EDWARD COHEN
ander the Groat allow,-! all
faiths to flourish. Judaisn
Lsh, dL But when Antiochu-
ed to destroy all creeds i
his own. Jews knew they had
either to fight or die.
Czarist and Communist R
Fascist Italy. Nazi Germain
in no tyranny can Judaism
per. But America, based on the
equality of all faiths and the
supremacy of none, has en
all faiths, including ours, to live
and grow. That is why we re-
gard any encroachment on re-
ligious pluralism as a threat.
oi at least a cause for gn .it
concern.
BIT THERE the cross is on
our courthouse, and no one pi -
tests it anymore. For it is. after
all, only a symbol. "But a
bol of what?" one must ask.
What of the work* upon which
that cross looks down? Has the
cross anything to say about that
world?
What might be said, for exam-
ple, in the name of that cross
that a national measure to en-
hance the physical and mental
health of the nation's children
is vetoed, but billions continue
to be spent for an air war in
Vietnam? Should not something
be said about that in the name
of the cross? And is it not time
for the Christian world, as one.
to speak out to the whole world
for a secure and viable Israel
and for a Jewish Jerusalem
which respects and protests the
holy places of all religions as
no other faith has done In
Jerusalem's long history"
Chanukah and Christmas are
both holidays of cheer anil hope
I offer the fen-ent hoi*- BJ 1
prayer that .lews a-d C
tians may yet meet the crises
of our time. But wo will not
meet them through s>
alone, or wishing alone.


December 31. 1971
+Jewisti Fk>rkUari
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Bond Sales Top $20 Million
Continued from P** 1-A
I wide chairman and a national
Lice chairman of the Israel Bond
[organization who is known na-
tionally as the greatest Israel
Bond.- salesman in the country,"
noted that Israel's problems in
1972 will be even greater than
Ley have been up to now and
that it would need even greater
Lpport in the months to come.
Responding to his address, many-
members of the audience im-
mediately announced pledges for
the 1972 campaign.
Other program participants
included Moshe Gilboa, Israel's
Consul General of the southeast-
ern region of the United States;
Shepard Broad, chairman of the
ball; Mrs. Anna Brenner Mey-
ers, grand hostess; Dr. Mayer
Israel's ambassador to the United States, Yitzhak Rabin,
congratulates lames M. Albert, chairman of the Greater
Miami Israel Bond organization on the record bond sales
achieved by Miami this year. In the center is Mrs. Albert.
Mayoi Chuck Hall, (second from right) recipient of the
Eleanor Roosevelt-Israel Humanities Award at the Ambas-
sador's Ball, receives the congratulations of Shepard Broad,
ileft; chairman of the annual event sponsored by Israel
Bends; Ambassador Yitzhak Rabin and Michael Litvak,
iright) director of the Israel Bond organization.
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GAMHEL DCUTSCH, CO-CHAIRMAN
TOtAH VOOAATH OtHMt COMMITTEE
Mr. Jacob Modansky
Abramowitz, who introduced
Ambassador Rabin; Dr. Eugene
Labovitz, who made the pres-
entation of the Eleanor Roose-
velt-Israel Humanities Award to
Mayor Hall; Michael Litvak, di-
rector of the Israel Bond Or-
ganization; Robert L. Slegel,
chairman of the awards commit-
tee; Dr. David Raab, Jacob Rif-
kin, Rafael Kravec and Cantor
Nico Feldman.
Soshuk Discussion Leader
Great Jewish Books Discussion
Group will meet Thursday, Jan.
6, at 2 p.m. in the Miami Beach
Public IJbrary, 2100 Collins Ave.
Discussion leader, Levi Soshuk. is
a pioneer in Hebrew education,
and a member of the Camp Ra-
niah Commission. The subject un-
der discussion will be "Jerusalem"
by Moses Mendelssohn, and "The
Jew Breaches the Ghetto Walls;
Freedom or Subjugation?" Coor-
dinator for the group is Samuel
Reiser.
Driver Education Offered At YMHA
In order to aid those pupils wh<
may not be able to take Drive:
Education training due to over-
crowded classes and split sessions
in the Dade County public schools,
the YM-YWHA of Greater Miami
8500 SW 8th St., is making avail-
able a course which will meet
state requirements and include 15
two-hour classroom sessions and
six hours actual driving.
The course, which will be given
jy a certified Driver Education in-
structor, is open to both 'Y' mem-
bers and non-members between
the ages of 15 and 24.
For further information and de-
tails call Bob Silver, Health and
Physical Education director or Lee
Cohen, teen supervisor at the TtV
Patrick Named Manager
Les Patrick has been named
general manager of the new Miami
World Hockey Association fran-
chise. Announcement was made by
Herbert U. Martin, owner of the
team to be known as the ''Scream-
ing Eagles." Mr. Patrick comes
here from a post as business man-
ager of the Los Angeles Kings, a
National Hockey League club.
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Friday, December 3:. 1971
>lni
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BDITOR, Tlif Jewish Klori Man:
In his column iof December
3i dealing with tlv American la-
bor movement and its recent con-
vention on Miami Reach, Edward
Cohen opened with a reference to
the "muddled thinking" of "middle
America/'
While I'm not certain about the
meaning of the convenient catch-
all "middle America," and while
1 think it i- a presumption on the
part of a mere Journalist to char-
acterize the "thinking" of a cate-
p>r\ it )ari/( 10 suggest that Cohen's own think-
ing on tiu' subject of the column
the American trade union move-
ment i- leas than unreservedly
dle.- it-elf.
indeed, it resembles ;i species of
thinking that has been described
vtiere as that of the "anti-
anti-Communists." iThis was the
tra itiona] pose and typical -tance
of the fellow traveler" an self-
styled "progressive" during the
late, unlamented Stalinist era,
S !i iH'ople fell into !he Stalinurl
i' trap which Involved the syl-
logistic reasoning that sine Hitler
was anti-Communist and Dubin-
aky was anti-Communist, Hitler
1 : tubinskj we allies! 1
To bocin with, I deeply resent
and dishonest
coupling of Ni\on and Meany
Meany, a life-long Democrat and
staunch ipporti r of liberal ideals
down through the years, was en-
listed in the struggle against the
Communists on the American scene
i bef< Richard Nixon dema-
ied himself into the political
an na With men tike Phil Murray,
3 1 Care> Walter Reuther, and
HANS H. -s v 1
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CEtNFtOMT AT 25 H 2* SIS., MIAMI IfAfli
David Dubinsky, George Meany
waged the good fight to eliminate
the Communist wrecking-crew
from power positions in the trade-
union movement.
Why does Meany's liberalism dic-
tate not only a steadfast devotion
1 to economic and social democracy,
but also an unswerving opposition
to totalitarians and totalitarianism
, 01 both th' Communist and Fas-
cist varieties? Because it flows
logically from a true liberal posi-
tion. Because of his deep convic-
tion that iMith totalitarianisms
tpell death to a free trade-union
movement.
Whatever differences may exist
within the Communist camp to
George Meany they are identical
and "monolithic" insofar as they
have destroyed the independent .
movements of the working class
and nave replaced them with de-
pendent, subservient caricatures,
whose sole function is to "domes-
ticate" the workers an.! to whip-
lash them, through speed-up and
the fulfillment of production quo-
tas, into ever greater sacrifices
I would also add that an Inti .
part of the liberal creed of Meany
and the labor movement has been
'heir dedication to the fight against
anti-Semitism and their unewerv-
support of the State of Israel
from its inception. One need not
look far in Israel to see the tan-
gible evidence of the support by]
the labor movement of the state
in general and the Histadrut in
particular.
As for Vietnam, let it be 'aid
hat here, too, George Meany's no-,
sition is consistent. There is no'
free labor movement in North'.
Vietnam, while in South Vietnam,
for all its shortcomings, there l<
a free and thriving Confederation]
of Labor of several hundred thou-'
-and members, which has been
both critical of the regime on do-
and determined to
i>> esisting the ef-
forts of the mini-imperialists of
North Vietnam to extern: their
tony over all of one-time
Indo-Chlna (South Vietnam. Cam-
bodia and Laos). Ht is perhaps
worth noting that it is the Viet-
lad the North Vietnam) se
and not the South Vietnamese
who have been actively involved
in supporting the Arab guerril
in their lib) .ation'' Strug
against Israel.)
Finally, it is pretty late in the
game to accuse leading American
:ik-' Nixon and Meany (whatever
else one may think of them) of
"being allied until recently in con-
tinuing and stimulating the cold
war ." Cohan's language is dis-
ingenuous, ol .1 kit with "When
did you stop beating your wife?"
The question of questions is-
"Who launched the cold war?"
Prof. Donald Trcadgold. in his ex-
cellent work Twentieth Century
Kussia. touched on the genesis of
the Cold War." By the end of j
World War II. he wrote (pp. 450-1
451', Stalin began "a series of re-
pressive domestic measures, cou-
ple" with the invention of o for-.
eign danger which inaugurated the
'Cold War.' If Cohen's view ol
Vietnam should become the ccn-,
tral issue in politics for 1972. I
Nixon is sure to win!
SAMUEL PORTNOV ;
Professor of HIstST) :
Florida Atlantic
University
Bible Stud*/ Group To
Begin Its New Season
The Bible Study Group cospon-
sored by the Moadon Hahistad-
ruth Haiviith will begin its new
term at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. A
in Temple ECmanlu-E), (Room 8),
1701 Washington Ave.
Rabbi Abraham Ben Hillel.
scholar and Biblical interpreter,
will instruct the class, which
studies the Bible in its original
Hebrew. Former students end in-
terested persons are welcome to
join the group.
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in recognition of their seven years of service to the ...stitu-
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+Jen>istr ncrldti&n
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Opera 'Cinderella' Scheduled
Bv Hebrew Academy Jan. 9
Ilossini's epara. "Ondcivlla,": Bra afternoon by Mr. Firt.-l. Mr.
will be j>reM>n'.-.i by the Ojiera | Popjier is \-ice pn>sident of the Ab-
daj.l of Greater
Miami at thf
Upbtvw Academy Auditorium Suii-
v afternoon, Jan. 9, at 3 p.m. un-
t the spowsr^i|i rf the G iarni Hebrew Academy. An-
pm ement ot the benefit per-
Ermance Mas niacfe by Irvine
"ill, 1. president of the Miami
peach "hool, and by Dr. Arturo
di Filippi, artistic director and
manager of the Opera
Euild.
Based "ti the elassk fairy tale.
the three-act work will be .sung
in English, fully staged with
riuiui- and uwhaatra. A perform-
jnev I his month at tl>e Dade Coun-
|j Auditorium wa sold out, and
i;.- Family open was then sched-
uled lor Miami Beach Jan. 9.
So! Poijper. executive assistant
io Miami Bmcn'> city manager,
r,,. named chairman of the op-
bas. an organization of fathers of
Hebrew Academy students.
The Family upera aerial was
touWnVd hi 190 by Or di Filippi'
and Mis. Alex Balfe, Guild Opera j
education chairman. It is pre-
sented in cooperation with the!
Young Patronesses of the Opera j
and the Girl Scout Council of |
Tropical Florida.
WATCH FOR THE OPENING OF
THE
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
BOUTIQUE
ON FEBRUARY 15th
Suite 353-420 Lincoln Road Tel. 538-6464
Dr. Irving Uhrman Judge Zev W. Kogon Hen. Joy Dermer
Chairman
Foundation
President
Southern Region
President
MR. and *WS. iOStPH H. COHEN
The cast for "Cinderella" is
composed of top young talent lrom
the Opera GuUd ensemble. Singing ', ColieilS HonOreCS
the title role is 18-year-old mezzo-i nvr'
soprano Mikki Shiff. Opposite her; At Jj\r l;ill(|M< I
role of Prince RamLro is, . ,. ,__
*_.u o m The Jewish National t und-100
iVnthony Serrao. Warren
in th
tenor
Broome will be the conductor.
Tickets for the benefit perform-
Lincoln Road banquet honoring
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Cohen is
scheduled to take place at the
Lee Ruwitch Guest Speaker
At Brotherhood Breakfast
Michael Ck*in, president of i1 ieutenant in the U.S. Navy from
if Temple Beth Ams Brotherhood,' 1942 to 1945.
Mr. Ruwitch's other great love
is children, he has been connect-
ance may be secured at the He- j Fontainebleau Hotel Sundav. Jan-
brew Academy office, 2400 Pine > uary i6. at 6:30 p.m.
Tree Dr.
Serving as the banquet chair-
men are Moe Reiffen and Sam
Paacoe. president of the Florida
State Associations of B'nai B'rith
Ixxlges.
ha- announced that Lee Ruwitch.
publisher ar>l owner of "Miami
Review" ami the "Broward Rp-
riew" will be the guest speaker at
the Temple' Congregational
Breakfast on Sunday, Jan. 16. As
usual, the breakfast will begin at
| a m, in th-- S'H-ial Hall.
Mr. Ruwitch's forte has been
(ommunicaUons; he served as the
ii vice president and gene-
ral manager of WTVJ. Ch. -1 from
1948 to 1963, and H president ot
civ 2 in L968 and 1989. Ha was
!>(! by President Johnson
|.. the ^>ffice oi Economic Plan-
lii ir a four-year term in 1966.
A mber of the ChamlH-r of
....... ., he was associated with
the BetteT Businfss Buieau. and
Krved on the National Aasocla-
lion oi Broadcasters Editorial
I. mi! 1959 to 1962, when he
to pioneer the development
hi "Broadcast Editorial" program-
Mr Ruwitch one of the owners
a WS Ra ii i in Fort Lauder-
is secretary-treasurer and
iwlH i ol Radio Station
u UMB m Melbo irne.
ii, was born in Escanaba, Mich..
graduated from the University of
an in 1939, and served as a
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councilman and member of the
Board of Fducation. In 1922. he
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Florida Children's Commission: I Civic league, the Board of Kciu-
The Children's Home Society. The cation and held various other civic
Children's Aid Society, and the
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dren and Youth.
posts.
The Cohens are being honored
by the Jewish National Fund of
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The public is invited to attend
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Friday, December 31, 1971
'Israelis Are Coming' Show
Jan. 8 Will Benefit JNF
age by writing an opera and many
classical compositions published in
An overwhelming succors is be-
in.: predicted by the Hon. Jay
Denner, president of the Jewish ( Israel. Italy, France, Spain and
.nal Fund 1.INT) of Greater other countries.
Miami for the JNF show, "The
Israelis Are Coming," which will
be held at the Miami Beach Audi-
torium, Saturday, Jan. 8.
This is the fifth edition of the
show, which is being produced and
directed by Israeli composer
Shmuel Fershko. Mr. Fershko, a
graduate of the Conservatory of
Music of Warsaw, and the Acad-
emy of Jerusalem, was formerly
idiirector of Israel's broadcasting
6ystem, "Kol Israel" (Voice of
Israel.) After the establishment of
the State of Israel he wrote many
inspirational songs during the
"War of Liberation."
When you hear his melodic mu-
sic it can be easily understood why
h< is often called the George Ger-
shwin of Israel. A chiM prodigy
and piano-virtuoso, he showed his
talents as a composer at an early
Mr. Fershko came to the United
States on a scholarship offered by
Gen. David Sarnoff, and studied
American radio systems and tele-
vision technique. He was assistant
producer on Tallulah Bankhead's
"Big Show," and produced "It's
Never Too Late for Happiness," in
New York, which received unusual
recognition by the New York Post,
New York Times. The Jewish Daily
Forward and the Hew York Daily
News.
Jackie Mason, internationally
known television and nightclub
comic will head the cast of "Is-
raelis Are Coming." With him will
appear the "Ayalons," internation-
ally known comedy stars, featur-
ing a completely new routine. A
musical ensemble direct from Is-
rael will also be included in the
cast.
Rosen Appointed By Sen. Jaekson
Born and educated in New York,
Jackie Mason originally followed
the family tradition by becoming a
rabbi. He switched from the altar
to the stage, and delighted the
world with his eomedic observa-
tions on current events and society
in general, and is now turning
towards motion pictures and a
television series of his own.
All proceeds of this event will
go to the JNF. Tickets may be
obtained at 350 Lincoln Road.
The JNF program includes the
reclamation of the land: it plants
trees which provide drainage and
flood control, and serve as a se-
curity field in time of war. JNF
also constructs, access roads to the
new cities that are being built,
and prepare* sites for new homes.
:./t',-;^v*^-!.
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Dr. Irving Lehrman, (left) national president of the Syna-
gogue Council of America, presents the "Judaism and
World Peace Award" of the Council to Israel's Foreign
Minister Abba Eban as Moses Hornstein. national treas-
urer. and Rabbi Joseph Lookstein. (right) national vice
president, look on. Presentation highlighted the annual
Statesman Awards dinner in New York. Dr. Lehrman.
rabbi of Temple Emanu-El in Miami Beach, and Mr. Eban
have worked closely together in behalf of the State of
Israel for more than 20 years.
Councilman Harold Rosen has
accepted the post of Miami Beach
arta chairman for the presidential
campaign of Sen. Henry M.
(Scoop) Jackson, D-Wash. An-
nouncement of Mr. Rosen's ap-
pointment was made by State Rep.
George Firestone, Dade County
organization chairman for Sen.
Jackson's Florida primary cam-
paign.
A former municipal juc*Re in
North Miami Beach, Mr. Rosen
was returned to office in Miami
Beach in November with the high-
est number of votes ever given a
Dr. Ronald W. Shane has been
appointed chairman of the phy-
sicians' committee of the Great-
er Miami Area, American
Friends of the Hebrew Univer-
sity. A consulting nephrologist.
Dr. Shane is also a clinical as-
sistant professor of the Depart-'
ment of Medicine, University of 1
Miami; director of dialysis at
Hialeah Hospital and co-direc-
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friday. December 31. 1971
+Jewlsii Meridiem
Puge S-A
BBYO Holding Annual
Convention This Week
pofs Judaism, with it* long and
rich heritage, really have any-
; id iay to the evolving youth
. ilture? Can Jewish youth find
,th in their religious heritage
which Will help them t(i answer
of the problems which be-
get them? Can the family, Ions
the symbol of Jewish Strength, be
.Hinted on to lend it* support?
Those, and many other questions
were probed by Florida members
o: the B'nai B'rith Youth Orga-
nization ((BBYO) at the Regional
Loaiership Training Conference
and 27th annual convention at
Camp Keystone, Odessa, Fla. this
week.
Larry Schwartz, director of Ed-
ucation of The Temple, Atlanta,
Ga.. who served as key-noter and
resident scholar is chairman of the
Jewish Educational Director's
Council and serves on the Hebrew
High School and Special Educa-
tion Committees of the Atlanta
Bureau of Jewish Education.
Marcl Ellenbogen and Barry
Karpay. Regional presidents, and
Abe Rogozinski, Cathie Brenner
and Alan Proctor developed a
three-pronged program for a hand-
picked group of chapter leaders
Horn all over the state. Repeat
-ssions over the four-day period
focused on leadership rrroups, pro-
pram groups and Judaism groups.
Joel Brazeman, North Florida
part-time BBYO Council director
and Michael De Palo. AZA Miami
art-time assistant, headed the
1 iderahip and program sessions.
Contests inclux'ed debates on the
tpica "Be it Resolved: Jews Take
a Stand on War in Vietnam; "Nes
i i.idol Haya Shem A Great Mir-
acle Happened There." for BBG
Story-telling: "Jewish Humor" for
AZA Story-telling; Oratory' Aleph
Zadik Aleph on the topic "Will the
.T wish Extremists Kill Israel?"
a-.d B'nai Brit h GirLs Oratory,
lc of which was "Forum of
V ,ih Iswies."
Michael De Palo. Mrs-.
Richard Nathanson. Mrs Barbara
K i Ian, the staff and other ad-
visors supervised the delegation
and hetped guide the various group
liscuasions. Mrs. Girt Bossak. Flor-
i i.i Region BBYO director, was
eoiiference director.
R.-crnt Florida R"gion projects
nave included the distrmution of
"Employ the Handicapped" bumper
trips and posteri ail over the
State, and "Operation Clianukah."
greetings from all over Florida to
Jewish soldiers in and out of hos-
pttalfl in Vietnam.
Amarrx those attending the con-
ference were Cralg Weisman. Paul
Spector, Lenny Sokotow and Kim
Hirsch of AZA-Legends: Richard
Bass, AZA-Hazak; Neil Fn-cmim,
Eliot Kleinberg and Richard
Hirsch. AZA-Aklba; Ellen Rein
and Risa Dranow. BBG-Tags;
Shelley Zucker and Debbie Gold-
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Debbie May, Charna Davis, Kathie'
Ager and Lou Ann Smith of BBG-
Yaldot, all ot Miami.
Coming from Ho'lywood were
Mike Levin, Steve Siff and Tom
Katz, AZA-B'nai Israel; Lynn Ber-
man, Joanne Wormser, Rachel
Weinstock. Susan Schriber. Robbie
Burnstine, Phyllis Matthews. Jodi
Elfenbein, Susan Leben, Helene
Jarvis, Janis Forer. Judy and Bar-
bara Nathanson BBG-Gimmel.
March Of Dimes
Appeal Is Mailed
L County postmen this week
handed 375.000 March of Dimes
appeal letters, going to Dade
householders to help raise funds
to fi^ht birth defects.
"We planned this mailing to
come after the holiday rush and
to Ik' mailed ov ir a period of at
least three days so that mailmen
will be able to handle it with
greater ease," sal Mayor Stevi
Clark, chairman of the 1972 March
of Dimes campaign.
"Costs of research, patient care
at our own Dimes-SUPD >rted Bi'%th
Defects Center at Jackson Me-
morial Hospital, and health educa-
tion work to help prevent birth
defects, are paid for in large part
by mail contributions," Mayor
Clark said.
Frankel Installed By Beaeh Lodge
Meivln F. Frankel, Miami Beach
attorm y was Installed as worship-
ful masti r of Hibiscus Lodge '-'75.
F. & A.M at the Hibiscus M
k. Also tak-
dayor chuck Hall,
! v ir enj N< d Ro
Junior warden; Ben Myckon, treas-
urer, and Dr. Murray Smith,
rotary.
s for 1972 In-
clude I i Rosenfeld, chap-
lain; Dr Fred Sale, chaplain
Itus; Murray N. Rubin, senior dea-
con; Ely J. Streisher, junior dea-
con; Jack D. Wolfenson, senioi I
steward; and Allan M. Krueger,
junior steward.
Rabbi Davr Raab was named
marshal; William Goldman, tiler;
James DiMuro. assistant tiler;
Louis R. C >hen. tiler emeritus:
ai d Max Grossman, librarian. Hon-
marshals apj>oir.ted include
Philip Katzen, Maurice DeHirsch
an. William Keats, Ben
Philip Konove, Daniel Mori-
Nathan Sedllk and Bernard
Weekly Adult Seminar Opens
opening oi an Adult Semi-
i1 7:30 p.m. Monday has been
announced by Irving Deutsch. the
president of Temple Tifereth Is-
rael, 6500 N. Miami Ave. This will
be a weekly discussion group,
open to the community. The topics
will be on general problems per-
taining to Judaism and religion in
general. The discussion leader will
be Rabbi Maurice Klein, spiritual
leader of the temple.
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Friday, December 31, 197]
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Bridge for Generation Gap
.By RABRI AI-KXA.VDER <,KOSS
J'ruirii>iil of t,|y Hebrew A Many aiv th<> problems facing
the AituMican Jewish youth today,
frut even greater art' the myriads
of problems be-
setting the
American Jew-
ish iKirent.
"I can't iom-
municate with
my child." Is the
chief cry of [Kir-
en 1 %.
".My parents
an* middle class
they don't un-
derstand the fi-
ner things." Ls
the lament of
Ruubi Grosr.
1 ulay's teenager.
This pap betuivn parent and
i hild between pen* >-.-.it ions U us-
ally referred ti> as "the goncra-
on gap" in modern society.
I tow dues oru> keep the lines of
1 Jinmunication open?
The dramatic encounter of the
IddTty, infirm Jacob with his
ISgyptian granrl-ehrJitr. n. Kphraim
nnd Menashe, whom he was meet-)
tg lor the first time, brings into
Ji.irp focus the problem of the
i iterations.
As Joseph's two sons. Egyptian
V: inces. approach th. ir grandfather
Jacob, he gazes upon their regal
i aring, th. ir Egyptian attire, and
'lining to his -ion Joseph, he asks
ii consternation, "Who are mace
oys? What are they- To whom
. they belong?"
belief of Jacob is their belief, your
G-d is their G-d ano your people
their people."
Tile scene and dialogue between
Joseph and Jacob could take place
in any country at any time The
problem of bridging the communi-
cation gap has been solved by ev-
er}' generation throughout our long
history.
It was the rommon faith and
belief in an historic tradition that
] united all generations and al! par-
| ents with their children. The son
felt an i. entification with his his-1
j torie past. The common practice
j and observance of Torah gave him
; the same value system and appro- !
I cialions as his parents.
Communications between the
American parent and cliild have
been severed; our value system
has broken down and parents have
ceased to transmit the tradition
of Jacob to the children of-Joseph.
And if traditional Jacob does not
recognize our children, it is be-
cause we have been guilty of sev-
ering the link in that golden chain
of historic continuity.
By RABBI 54AMI"EL J. FOX
Why do Home people run the
knlf over the ehallah 011 the
Sabbath before making the ben-
ediction over the bread
(Motzre)?
The general rule in Jewish tra-
dition is to make the benediction
as close as possible to the act |
which one is performing. In this J
case, the matter involves making!
the benediction before the act of 1
eating bread.
Since the Sabbath requires pro-
nouncing the benediction over a
whole loaf, the act of cutting a
piece off before eating any of it
would be an interruption -between
the benediction and the actual act
of eating the loaf, or part of it.
On the other hand, to cut the slice
off before making the benediction
would involve one in pronouncing
the benediction on a piece rather
than on the whole of the loaf.
Thus one begins the cutting by I
Joseph quicklj calms his Father's
ars, answering "Feat not. father,
or these are my soi s. True they
may be garbed in Egyptian attire
1 ording to Egyptian style and
culture; they may speak in the
Egyptian idiom, they may look dif-
nt from the young men of
Panaan, 'nut "the) are mj children
our grandchildren. The traditions
of Jacob an- their traditions, the
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
13 TEVETH 5:20
A wise man, commenting upon
the communications gap once said;
My father, an immigrant, and I,
an American boy. always under-
stood each other even though we
did not speak the same language.
My son and I, however, both have
mastered the English language yet
We do not understand each other."
Evidently, communication is
deeper than a common tongue, a
common language; it is a common
bond of mind, heart and deed all
j Iwund up with a spiritual and tra-
ditional tie.
JDC Allocates 72 Funds
For 145 Israeli Yeshivot
Continuing its traditional sup-
port of religious institutions in
Israel, the Joint Distribution Coin-
mitt, v has budgeted almost $1
million to provide financial aid to
14o yeshivot and Special research
an scholarship programs in 1972.
Thi' 1-li) yeshivot, which receive
monthly subventions amounting to
i between 10 and 15'; of their op-
I crating budgets, have a total en-
rollment of almost 20.000 student.s
Another 30 yeshivot receive spe-
cial holiday grants twice B year.
passsig the knife lightly over the
ehallah so that the actual cutting
has begun before the benediction.
Therefore, the benediction is as
close as possible to the eating of
the bread ami yet is pronounced
over the whole loaf because the
cutting has as yet not severed the
piece from the whole.
The general insistence that the
benedictions be made as close as
possible to the acts is to insure that
every human act is as closely
linked as possible to a spiritual
experience.
Why do the rabbis insist that
the benediction he made over
a whole loaf on the Sabbath and
do not neeesnarily Innlst on this
requirement during the rest of
the week?
Rabbis do not insist on this re-
quirement throughout the week
because it is not always possible to
begin a whole loaf at every ni-al
during the week. First, what is
one supposed to do if one does not
finish the louf at a previous meal?
Second, there are many who sim-
ply cannot afford to begin a whole
loaf at every meal.
Generally, the experience of be-
! ginning a new loaf was a luxurious
; experience. Hence, such luxuries
: were reserved for the Sabbath to
show that the Sabbath is a si*v
cial day. unlike the ordinary day.
and even one's daily bread is more
' luxurious on the Sabbath.
The ehallah itself is usually a
"richer" kind of bread than the
ordinary bread eaten during the
I week.
(C) t71 Jeuish Telegraphic Agency
SYNOPSIS Of THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Vayechi
"And Jacob lived in the land of Egypt 17 years (Chat
tan 47:28-50:261
LAST YEARS OF JACOB Jacob had reaches the ripe old
I afijt,of *4~- ^4 the end of his lifij was approaching, he sent for
Joseph and made him swear that he would not bury him in Egypt
hut in the land of Canaan, in the resting place of his fathers
Jacob became very ill and Joseph went to visit him with his two
sons, Manas-seh and Ephraim. The dying patriarch blessed Joseph
and his sons, claimed Ephraim and Manasseh as his own.
BLESSING OF JACOB Jacob now called all his other
sons to his bedside. In prophetic words, he summed up their
Eonal qualities and predicted their future destinies. After enjoin-
ing his sons once again to bury him in the Cave of Machoelah.
where Abraham. Sarah. Isaac. Rebekah and Leah had be*-i
buried, Jacob died. Joseph ordered the body be embalmed and
mourning was observed for 70 days. Then, with Pharaoh's per.
mission. Joseph and all his brethren, together with the elders ol
Israel and Egypt and a military retinue, carried Jacob's body irrtu
Canaan to bury him.
DEATH OF JOSEPH On their return to Egypt, Jo*.
brothers, afraid that Joseph would avenge himself an their,
sought his pardon for their past misdeeds. This, they said, was In
accordance with the expressed wish of their father on his death
bed. but Joseph assured them that he no longer bore any grudL-
against them. Joseph survived his father by 54 years. Before h
died, at tlv> age of 110. he made the people take an oath to carry
his remains with them when God brought rhem back to the
Promised Land. Joseph's body was embalmed and placed in a
saicophagus.
-VI-.. ... -.;., .
rdabbinicitl J ah
avtsion
v.
rogranti
.Ian. t
Ch. 7. 10 a.m. --- The Still Small Voice
Topic: The Jewish Home for the Aged and a
New Year"
Host: Rabbi Solomon Schiff. director Greater
Miami Jewish Federation Community
Chaplaincy Service
Guests: Arthur Kalish. executive director,
Dr. Charles Beber, medical director,
Richard Hayes, social services director, and
Airs. Sarah Cossik, a resident of the Home
i:. "X
Philanthropist Saves Landmark
The grand lady of Flagler Street
is making a comeback after being
saved from becoming just another
memory by 85-year-old Miami phi-
lanthropist Maurice Gusman.
The Olympia Theater long a
landmark and once proud hostess
to show business greats soon
will return as a concert hall. It
will be the new home of the Miami
Philharmonic Orchestra and site
of many cultural activities.
liven (he fading light an; dual
cannot hide the startling beauty
of the 2,000-scat theater whic
dates back to 1925 an era whei
movie houses were the palaces ol
the entertainment industry.
Mr. Gasman paid 51 mil!.
keep the Olympia, and psti
it will take another halt 1
to restore it.
"We are going to restore hi
change her." assured Richai I
Wolfson. Philharmonic president
He added that if any change I
made, they will enhance tin acou-
stical quality of the theater
A^1ro\1VocTrSHALOM CONGREGA.
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox '
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. j I
ANSHE EMES. 2533~SW 19th Ave.'
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz 2 |
BEJu *,M - 5950 N. Ken-
dan Dr. s. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumqard. 3
rETH DAVIO. ?626 SW 3rd Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipaon 4
1 ffctoj 1. in Sermon "Highlight*
'* I -I'" 1-I1 \< M S in .1., v '.
in
EETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi H. Rothman 5
EETH KOOESH 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Leon Segal,
idn.v vi'i p.m. 1 ill-si Riwaker Mi-
ni.- Temple "ii Hi- topic: "larael
i- Tin liar nf Nutlons" fi.llnuid
Oru-n Shabhnl hoMed l.y ConsTe-
utlon Saturdn) I* ,c m "A New
1 alfi -I 1 Vi'ar!" -I :-' i> in "Portlou
I -"" '1 p.m. "\\ in 1. v Happj
f- 1 w \ .
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SETM TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th
8t. Conservative Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hinkea 8!
liiili.N ].'. |. 111 Sermon "IxMiklng
. .'"I 10 .v llraml N.u Vear." Knl-
kI Iij Ww Ya-itr'K K\. Ones Shab-
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 2Sth
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazin. Cantor Nathan Parnata. 11
OR OLOM (Temple) 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Glixman. 13
TIPERETH ISRAE~lT6500 N. Miami
Ave. Contervative. Rabbi Maurice
Klem. i4
Krii1;i> 8:11 pin Sermon: "Mm* .:
ZION (Temple) 8000 Miller Rd. Con.
aervative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro
16
BETH TFILAH MS Euclid Ave. Or.
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
ky. 22
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA.
TION, 843 Meridian Avenue. 22-A
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CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Roze.1cv.a1g. 23
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EMANU-EL (Temple). 1701 Washing.
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. 24
Friday 5 p.m., S:80 p.m Quest Prearh. I
er Rabbi Stanley Rlnsler. Satu
:' 1.....rht- vv.-klv Portion of the
llil.I.- 10:3(1 ., in iiai Ml <
Mlrhael, ,s..n ,,r .\ir. and Mra Ji m<
I Ifiu-r.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
Or. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Grosa 2b
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542.
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
Groner. 32
N22I^^BAY VI>-LAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79th Street Cause-
way, North Bay Village. Conaerva.
tive. Rabbi Philip Fried. 32.A
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NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADA-TH VESHURUN (Temple). 1025
NE Miami Gardens Or. Conserva-
tive. Rabbi Milton Schlinky. Can.
tor Nathaniel Schub. SS
BETH TORAH NE 164th St. at 11th
Ave Conaervatlve. Rabbi Max Lip.
achitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer. S4
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER
Miami. 137 NE 19th Street. Reform
Rabbi Joaeph R. Narot. 10
Friday tr> p.m ftVrmon i- Rabhl
la* I a* Behrmann: "A B'Moha
he \' "i'i
MUM
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na-
than Zolondek. 15
NORTH MIAMI
[J H MOSHf CONGREGATION
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel, Cantor Ben
Zion K.irachenbaum. S5
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL, 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. ^j
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox
Rabbi Brrel We. ;, 18
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swlr
aky. Cantor Maurice Mamchea. 19
BETH RAPHAEL (Temple). 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conaervatlve. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
BETH SHOLOM ( Temple). 4144
Chaae Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor David Conviser. 21
lYld;i> Ml", pin. Si nil'.n tOpil VV'li.ii
\'w Vi-iirs Eve p*alla on Bfutbbat."
Saturday 10:46 m
CONO. AN.NELL (Brancn Of He-
brew Academy). 7th St. and Merid.
an Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham
Ben-Hillel. 25.A
JACOEj C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Wasninglon
Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H.
Stern. Cantor Meyer Engei 26
KNESET'H ISRAEL, 1415 Euclid Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lthrflald
Cantor Abraham Seif. 27
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel
Cantor Jack Lerner. 34
SINAI (Temple) of NORTH DADt
18801 NE i"2nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor Irving.
Shulkea. 37
Friday s is p.m Rabbi Harvey Tattel.
urn o( Temple Bhaary Teflla, \'.w
v.nk ciiy. Win i,,j Rabbi Kniph
Klng-aley in diaeuaains "The Berloua-
ol s. mantlm." Baturday
a 111
MENORAH (Tempi*). 620 75th St
Contervative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nico FHdman 28
Frldaj s.ii p.m aturdaj 8 .1 m

N|RAAf,.1'. ''emP'e- ah St. anc
XaPTt. Watrway. Conservative
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. 79
I -:'.'. ] 111 S.Tin.. 1 lopli
^ enr"a la alwayx a Time
fii 1 1 Ion."
E.Y ,SH*LOM- '0S6 Bonita Dr
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineaa Weber-
man. 30
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SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 6*5
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmiaa. 81
SKY LA 19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E
Caplan. 3a
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI 090 NE 171st St. Orthodox
Rabl-i Naftall Porush 39
C0RAI GABLES
JUOEA (Temple). 5500 Granada Blvd
Reform Rabbi Morris Kipper 40
- n 111 Batui daj II 15 n m.
' rllyn fli Idateln
1 Mr Inina Qold-
?A^ORA 'Tmplel 44 7amora Ave
Conservative Rahbi Maxwell Bern
r. Cantor Mnrrt.r.ii Yardeini 41
wmm
MOOAN DAVID CONGREGATION
M Harriinn Ave.. Surfaide. Town
Hall Oi thodox. Rabbi laaac D. Vine
FT. IAUDERDAIE
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 547 E. Oak-
land Park Blvd. Rabbi Akiva Bril-
liant. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
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EMANU-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Park
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur J. Ab-
rama. Cantor Jerome Klement. 41
P0MPAN0 BEACH
SHOLOM (Ten.pie). 132 SE 11th Avs.
Conservative. Rabbi Morns A. S Cantor Ernest Schraiber. 49
MARGATE
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HAUAN0AIE
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Rabbi Max J. Weitz. Cantor Rev.
HOUYWGO0
BE7H EL (Temple). 1351 S. 14th Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. 41
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Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
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Coordinator of the features
appearing here is
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Spiritual Leader of
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Carol Gables

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Friday. December 31. 1971
> Um**>I IkiMiar
Fage 1I-A
i\b
Max Lcrner
Sees It
NEW vcii'.K it was a little war, as wars go, with perhaps
10- to 20,000 kilted, and I don't know bow many mora maimed,
how man;.- talented children who mighl have loved and worked
had their live* not 1h> n snuffed out.
The Indiana handled it neatly, with skill and dispatch, mov-
ln ill", big guns, tanks and planes, using the Russians in the
tod Nations to gain time as the Russians used them in the
local power struggle, and tying up the whole bundle afterward
ih a a ase-fire and a new state in an elegant Christinas pack-
age, The marigolds draping the Indian gum at the end were a
. rfeet symbol of the combination of death and OjfUitiness.
ft -ft <>
im'T. LIKE EVEBX WAR, it create more problems than
resolved. No one came ou1 o( it a winner. The Russians, with
the best claim to victory have thrown America an.' China more
>.lv together. They have cast strong doubt on their rhetoric of
.:. ammodation In Europe, the Middle East and the salt talks.
As for India, it has a highly dangerous memo; and protector, who
tviil become a power in the Asian seas, wi'.i use the current anti-
American feeling i" India as a waj of strengthening Communist
ntiment from Kerala to Calcutta, and will exact a stiff price
'or the aid Italia w ill need
l';> to now in :a has had a margin of safety by playing off
i: tssia and America against each other and getting aid from
both. Lacking a miracle of some sort, the era of dual aid to
I idia Is over, and Indira Gandhi becomes more of a cllent-
! sonar of the Russians than -be wants to !*. Faced with ;> more
h stile China, plagued with ethnic separatist movements lhat
lake Bangla Desh a- then model, India In the In nan Age
I :i up a lane of troubles by tile very fact of triumph.
& & ty
Till-: CHINESE CAMS Ol T BADLY, with their powi
n shov in.; a sad experience after the fanfare over their
ince into the United Nations. Despite their promise to make
ble for India, they will feel more surrounded than ever by
Soviet POWI i
The Americans came out almost a- badly, with their failure
') forsee the Soviet-Indian power, njove and to plan and act
i .iinst it. with their inciicctuiiliH-* at the United Nations and
ith Uicij- sbrUJ weary gesturje of sending their fleet Into South
\sian wau i's.
Pakistan and the I'nit.'d Nation- I OUl of it worst of
Bhutto's patnet speech to the |J.N. Security Court II pjs,
,w to nW beer/fhe rmAmerj '<* (he drai ajftfri^ria lie Hying
TIIK WHOI.K Itl'SlNhSS ,ai>e- the fru< tiori of whetheV Hie
rifling 0 ill is within tb. Thr
icckqei an l thro '- ited Nations, h'asri I
... ,,-.-u\.\ p reatii ncertol great powers
, ) kvvp :h. > i '" Hj In 'be NiN.n-Ki- and
:.-,, outside the United Nation-, has been dealt a serious blow
. ih. Soviet-Indian adventure ami America blundering.
The i hai c of bmid:!' a firmer framework for worl p ac -.
. ich everj ordinary man and woman longs for, have been set
k for who knows how long [hey may bi revived n the latter
1970s, but for th n> k\ five years I set nol peace but the clanking
i national swords, the unfurling i I banners and the re-
sumption of struggle among the great
The hollow men In the foreign ministries have spoken their
.,,. and executed their maneuvers like marionettes at the be-
h .st of Uair top leaders. The leaders In ti
tcry over the fata oi nations, are than aught in the grip
..'forces they cannot control, and make move, whose conse-
uuences they cannot forsee,
ALWAYS THERE is tiik AKOER and hated multitudes
whQM pa s,o,.s have to be aroused If W ire to WOTk and al-
ways th' suffering ol nameless people who are the final vic-
tims. Now, in addition, there are the stockpiles of nuclear w
ona prod.; I by a madness thai hasn't been checked, held m
tineas tor a madness which once launched may have no
The whole picture is what Matthew Arnold saw at Dovei
1. Mb "A darkling plain Swept b) confused alarums of stru]
i i flight Where Ignorant armies clash bj night."
Can man run Ms world? Thus fa, the problem ol power
tribal national and imperial has proved beyond his powers.
He will stumble along, bloodi.d and bloodying, unable ... cop.
with his hatreds, aggressions and balked instinctual drives, sad-
dled with language which itself Inflames as well
rates, until he either loams to master his wars o) blow! u i bis
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Study Increases
At Universities
The study of Hebrew in Amer*
tl colleges and universities lias
dramatically increased in the past
few years, replacing classical
Greek in popularity, Dr. David
Rudavsky, professor emeritus of
Hebrew Culture and Education at
New York University told a re-1
cent meeting of the National As-
sociation oi Professors of Hebrew.
The rise of i"t rest in the Ian
fftiagc is |>arti ulaily noteworthv.
1 Dr. Rudavsky said, because th.
.study of foreign languages gener-
ally has fallen off in the past few
years.
According to Dr. Rudavsky, the
trend toward the elimination or
reduction of the foreign language
for the B.A. degree has not slow, d
..< giowtn oi mtere i in a group
of important ethnic languages, no-
tably Hebrew.
Dr. Ru iivskv estimated that of I
the IT.''00 c. llcgc students en-
rolled in Hebrew language studies,
some 20' I are non-Jewish.
Noting that 25S institutions of
higher learning offered classes In
classical and modern Hebrew in
1970, Dr. Rudavsky predicted that
crowing demand for modern He-
brew will undoubtedly lead to the
introduction and expansion ol such
courses in more universities and
colleges in the future, although fi- !
nancial support remains a critical
problem.
Tribute will be paid to Temple Ner Tamid's ritual director
Rabbi Leon Goldberger, (second from right) who is retir-
ing from ths synagogue after seven years, Friday evening
during the late services. He is shown with Charles Gold-
stein, (left) president of the congregation, Edward I. Rosen-
feld, president of the Men's Club and Dr. Eugene Lubovitz
spiritual leader of Temple Ner Tarr.id (right).
ISY Group Sponsoring
Coffee House Saturday
The United Synagogue Youth
Group Of Temple Kmanu-Kl will
sponsor a "Coffee House" Saturday
' night at the North Branch Build-
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+Jewisi> Fkjradicnn
Friday, December 31, 197J
This Week In History...
40 Years Ago This Wrek: 1931
w woman charged rit-
r when she couldn't find
A
uaJ m
her sa
skate-sfiop. As the police were
busy taking their notes, the boy
suddenly returned in search of
his mother.
named a
beth II.
baronet by Queen Eliza-
New York State Supreme Court
terjyjrfntered a ^lewjjh jJumB^IfenQr gpstein, who barred
Arabian-American Oil from asking
job applicants their religion and
blocked George Lincoln Rockwell
from speaking publicly in New
York City, died at 66.
Hitler's press chief, Hermann
Esser, declared that when the
Nazis gained power they would
cancel all Jews' citizenship, "be-
cause swinishness is inborn in the
race."
"Large groups of German Jews
are arriving daily in an effort to
escape from the Hitlerite men-
ace," Paris news reports said.
German-born Moses Alexander,
the first Jewish immigrant to be
elected governor i Idaho. 1916-
1918). died in Boise at 78.
Julius Rosemvald. "the greatest
Jewish philanthropist days of Baron de Hirsch." d';ed near
Chicago at 69. "H'j benefactions
were in excess of $50 million and
were limited neither by geographi-
cal boundaries nor by barriers of i
race, color or creed," it was
reported.
10 Years Ago This Weak: 1961
Israeli Communist leader ShmueS
Mikunis revealed that two of his
brothers had been executed by the
Stalinist regime in the Soviet
Union.
Prof. Henry A. Kissinger of Har-
vard, advisor to President Ken-
nedy, said in Tel Aviv that in his
"private view" the flow of Soviet
arms to the Arabs was "a provoca-
tion to stability that endangers
peace."
Brother industrialist-Zionists
Abraham and Jacob Goodman,
Brooklyn. N.Y., gave $1 million for
a Tarbuth Foundation for Hebrew
Culture in New York.
"A report that may point the
way to U.N. action that could re-
sult in asking the Soviet Union to
permit Jews to emigrate is being
prepared here today (Jan. 3. 1962).
and will come up next week be-
fore the U.N.'s anti-bias group, a
subcommission of the Commission
on Human Rights," the JTA re-
ported.
(From the files of the JTA)
Siegel Attending Educators' Conference In Houston, Tex.
Richard D. Siegel. director of
Education of Temple Sinai of
North Dade is attending the 17th
annual conference of the National
Association of Temple Educators
in Houston. Tex., this week. Louis
Lister of Hallandale is president
The Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith and the Jewish Labor
Committee reported "dramatic"
civil rights gains in 1961. bit the
ADL voiced "keen disappointment"
at President Kennedy's decision
not to seek new legislation.
A bomb caused $10 030 damage
to the i Orthodox i Chevra Kadisha
Machzikai Hadas Synagogue in
Chicago.
Isaac Wolf son. 64. an Orthodox
Lon.'on Jew who rose from a
dollar-a-week clerkship to a di-
burser of millions in charity, wa-
Singer Yaffa Yarkoni To
Headline Feb. 5 Festival
Yaffa Yarkoni. Israeli singing
star, will headline the "Festival
Night in Israel" show Feb. 5 at
the Miami Beach Auditorium. Pro-
ducer Arie Kaduri has pledged
proceeds of the evening to the
Israel Histacrut Council of South
Florida for its South Florida Medi-
cal Center at Beersheba, Israel.
of the national body of Reform
Jewish educators.
The conference, on the theme
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ery in Jewish Education," is fea-
turing workshops on Innovations
in Jewish education, teaching
Hebrew, non-classroom teaching,
and the Jewish community. Dele-
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*Jewish fhrkfian
Page 13-A
JDL Has No Chapter
Here, Survey Shows
By BUDDY NEVIXS
In spite of recent statements to
the press by Jewish Defense
I^ai?** (JDL) founder Rabbi Meir
Kahane, there is no known chapter
o: the controversial organization
in South Florida.
Continued From Page 4-A
much more pronounced between
ate summer and late autumn.
The liberal Democrats can no
ilger rely on Gov. Wallace to
B lot of Southern elect oral
\ ites from President Nixon.
The Democrats and liberals
certainly cannot e.\|>cct any
nominee of theirs to squeak
through in Texas, either as Hu-
bert Humphrey did in 19(18. The
President will pretty surely take
care of Texas by putting Secre-
\ iy of the Treasury John Con-
ally on the ticket as Vice Presi-
dent. And he will reinforce the
existing Southern trend by
strong anti-busing moves be-
tween now and Election Day.
So there you have it: The
clear prospect that Richard M.
Nixon will come up to the Mas-
on-Dixon line with 147 electoral
\ it, s instead of the 77 South-
ern electoral votes he got last
time. In theory, though not in
practice, that also means the
President can be re-elected with
almost zero electoral votes from
the big Northern industrial
states. In any case, this success
in the South clearly, means that
he can be re-elect^ti -with' the-
n-.erest bits and pieces, in, .th*
North. ...
ON THE OTHER' hand, if you
think ix>ut it, a futui-p-Nlv>u
si:, cess based on 4he South wUL
rot chan*pi" the rf*Drpsina^
Rabbi Kahane recently told the
New York Times, among others,
that Miami had a JDL branch, but
an investigation by The Jewish
l-'loriclfan failed fo turn up any
evidence of such a group.
According to a Hillel Foundation
spokesman at the University of
Miami, Rabbi Kahane believed
that a South Florida chapter of
the JDL was about to be formed
on the Coral Gables campus by a
student who showed interest in
the programs and platform of the
organization.
"He mistook a sympathizer for
an active member," the Hillel of-
ficial said.
The student who Rabbi Kahane
Children Receive
Israeli Coins As
Xhanukah Gelt'
When Beth Torah's religious
school celebrated Chanukah re-
cently, the studnts were visited ,
byNaWiaH Ost-
rov, an "elder
state sman" of,
the congrega-
tion. Mr. Ostrov !
distributed
"Agurot" (Is-1
raeli coins) to;
all the children
in keeping with .
the tradition of
giving Chanukah!
gelt.
Mr. Ostrov'sj
i d c n tification
Nathan Ostrov
ine suiueni \\no naoui rvanane ,
thought was starting a JDL group j *lthJ^1 ^an m a youth, when ,
wrote a letter to the New York
activist denying that he had any
intention of founding a local
chapter.
The JDL has never been a fac-
tor in South Florida, though the
organization claims to have 51
chapters with 14.000 worldwide
members. The local Jewish corn-
in 1919 he became a member of
the Jewish Legion in Palestine.
For the past 50 years, he ha- a i
an ardent Zionist, actively involved
in Histadrut and the Jewish Na-
tional Fund.
All Hebrew and Sunday School:
classes and the pre-school depart-'
ment participated in Chanukah
munity seemingly has had no need parties, Rabbi Norman Mussman, ;
for Dr. Kahane1 s brand of pro- director of education, reported and
tection from anti-Semitic factions. the Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood of!
situation-'ma fion is so.ur now. Mxwill be sour.
as swill, in' the old*'country*
phrase, if the same nHmr.or of T violently parfatitf. nbc*a Demo- >'^n,^s and'jewisti pride
prats are again facing th The group was originally foun-
ded in 1968 to protect middle and
lower class Jews who, unable to
move to the suburbs, were falling
prey to deteriorating urban con-
ditions.
This and the JDL's other major
concern, Russian treatnjmt of
Jews, have lesser Impact on South
Florida than is the case in older
Jewish communities. Few Jews are
threatened by urban blight on the
Gold Coast and there are no con-
venient Russian targets. Accord-
ine to a University of Miami
professor. (
ljut Dr. Andrew Handler, Mi-
ami' professor who will teach a
new-Jewish history coupse at.-the
university in the spring, believes
?hat the introduction -of*-Jwwksh
.sUidie* at |he4 Coral Cjjabjes. etynP-
ds'might brtneaboat5y*fsh,iiili-
tancy among certain student,
tiemeOtsj M> .'>
"Tlu' new courses, including mine,
in Jew-*
ishness
the congregation prepared over
2.000 potato latkes in order to ac-
commodate all of the children.
Dramatic skits were prepared
under the direction of Mrs. Emanu-
el Bergman, Mrs. Albert Harari.
and Mrs. Mordichai Neeman. Jacob
Kenin, the s; hool's music super-
visor) accompanied the children's
plays and community singing.
The monthly Bar Mitzvah anni-
versary service will be held or.
Saturday, with the following teen-
agers participating in the Shabbat
morning service in honor of their
first Bar/Bat Mitzvah anniver-
sary: F;aith. daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. \*^nne" Stelnsnyder: Stuart
son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving New^
man and Lazarus/ sort of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Rothstein.
Standing in what will be a reflecting pool with fountains,
owners Abel Holtz, (left) and Stephen H. Corner, (center),
discuss plans for The Center, their new office building at
1666 Kennedy (79th Street) Causeway, North Bay Village,
with builder Carl Carlson. The seven-story Center will rater
to financially oriented tenants. In addition to its good locu-
tion, it will offer some of the most beautiful surroundings
ever designed for an office building, including a pool at
the front of the building with an island patio; the entrance
to The Center will be by two bridges which span the pool.
Conference On Soviet Jewry
Officially Changes Name
BBW Chapter Showing Film
The 3*nai B'jfth Women North |
PreJtfctif-whom they detest.
Yet TTtrs i<- the-pr*jeVTion-WH
has to make. If Mr. Nixon car-
every single Southern state,
a; now seems possible, it will
hardly change a Democratic
vote in either the Senate or the
House. The Southern states' con-
gressional delegations will cer-
tainly not be affected.
With Mr. Nixon getting only
bits and pieces in the North,
there is alsc no reason to expect
radical changes in the Northern
congressional delegations. In the
Senate, for example, the liberal
Northerner who appears to be
in trouble is Sen. Claiborne
Pell. In Rhode Island they are
offering two-to-one on Secretary
of the Navy John CJiafee against
Sen. Pell. But some Northern
Republican senators have trou-
ble, too.
IT CAN BK stated with con-
siderable confidence that Presi-
dent Nixon has thought about
all this already. Reportedly, he
already has his plan for sweet-
ening the congressional swill. If
the choices of the electorate are
President Nixon and Vice Presi-
dent Connally, the new Vice
President will have a real job
to do for the first time in many
decades.
John Connally is in truth about
the only American politician per-
fectly equipped to isolate the
ultraliberals in Congress by unit-
ing the Republicans, plus the
Democratic moderates and the
conservative Southerners. It will
be a huge assignment if that is
the way of it, but it will pave the
way for Connally in 1976.
The Democrats, meanwhile.
can still upset the whole Nixon
strategy, for example, by putting
'he formidable Rep. Wilbur Mil's
on the ticket with Sen. Muskie.
But victory is now their lowest
priority!
isn" pride on the'Da.ie Chapter will feature a film 1
campus,"'said Handler. The out-jentitlec"Bc.y in a Doorway" at,
come.misht'.-hc' a .XDL-chapter, as1 its regular meeting Tuesday at
[heir members :iIV the most ohvi- *1S pjftta ^^(gM
ous advocates of Jewish pride." oral Riding. *99 NJ-. l*,tl> St.
'The public is invited to view this
fine presentation about the work
accomplished at the Belief aire
Home for Emotionally Disturbed
Children.
'Cultural Arts Day'
Scheduled at MBHS
Miami Beach High Scrool will j
present a "Community Culturall
Arts Day" on the school grounds. 1
Sunday, Jan. 9, from 10 a.m. to |
6 p.m. with Mrs. Joan Baron and j
Mrs. Ronnie Gould as chairmen !
of the dav.
The art work for sale will be
varied; prominent local artists as
well as students will participate. |
Plants and jewelry will also be
available. The school's Drama
Club will present the play "The
Happening" and music will be pro-
vided by the band. Food will be
sold throughout the day.
Principal is Dr. Solomon Licht-
er; PTA president is Rachel Pearl.
At a meeting of its constituent
officers last week in New York,
the American Jewish Conference
on Soviet Jewry, the major co-1
ordinating agency for the Jewish I
community in the United States
on the plight of Soviet Jews, of-
ficially changed its name to the j
National Conference on Soviet
Jewry, according to Richard Maass.
chairman of the organization.
"The conference although basic-
ally an instrument of the Jewish
community,-, bag increasingly been
ext)anHirig'its*krtivities to the non-
Jewish community on a national
basts*Our new*--name reflects our
broadened interest and activities,"
Mr. Maass said.,
. The National Conference on So-
viet Jewry will continue to repre-
sent a mobilization of major na-
trdhal Jewish organizations and of
local community groups acting on
behalf of Soviet Jews.
"The aim of the conference is
to help bring about the removal of
the restrictions and deprivations
imposed upon Jews in the Soviet
L'sjion. By exposing these restric-
tion to the world, we hope to
bring a knowledgeable and con-
cerned public opinion to focus upon
the Soviet government. To this
end. we also cooperate with simi-
lar groups throughout the world,"
Mr. Maass added.
"In addition to our goals of pub-
lic education and social action in
the United States, the conference
has recently expanded our direct
links with our Soviet brothers to
help them keep thMr morale high,"
he concluded.
Conference activities include
publishing a newsletter and re-
(Htrts, sponsoring special programs
anj projects, organizing publio
meetings and forums, arranging
national tours and speaking ,>n-
gag< ments, briefing travelers, and
stimulating all segments of the
community to maintain an interest
in the problems of Soviet Jews.
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liewisli Floridian
Miami. Florida Friday, December 31. 1971
Section B
Russian Cello Soloist Who
Defected Speaking For UJA
For many years I have been
aware of my Jewish identity and
I to realize that identity
\ ing in the country which
j. at last, a homeland for a
people which has suffered great-
|y and has been dispersed all
over the world," says Victor
i. Israeli immigrant from
th- Soviet Union in this country
to -peak on behalf of the United
Jewish Appeal.
Mr. Yoran, a prize winning
ian concert cella soloist, de-
I to Israel in 1969 while
ting in Vienna. He left be-
hind in the Soviet Union his
wife, three-year-old son and his
mother, all of whom are desper-
ate to join him in Israel. They
have been refused exit visas by
the Russian authorities.
Twenty-seven United States
New Jersey Bans
State Loans To
Sectarian Schools
Special to the Kloridlan
TRENTON, N.J. The Supreme!
Court of New Jersey has ruled j
Imously that the lending of
State funds to church-controlled
is subject to the same
constitutional restrictions as out-
grants to such sectarian!
institutions.
The ruling, handed down last
week, held that the state may not
lend money to a college or univer-
sity that is "used for sectarian
instruction or as a place for re-
worahip, restricts entry on
racial or religious grounds or re-
all students gaining admis-
sion to receive instruction in the
of a particular faith."
^*^ Ptoftei of New York, spec-
. of the American Jewish
v.h<> represented four
of the American Jewish
ess in challenging the 19B6
New Jerse) Educational Facilities
> Act, said the ruling
is considerable doubt" on the
itlonality of proposal bj
nor CabiH for legislation
would give Sll million in
-'.lie funds to private colle
tate.
Fewer Jews Seek
Business Careers
WASHINGTON (JTA) An
old myth that Jews gravitate to-
ward careers in business was dis-
pelled by a nationwide survey of
college freshmen released here
which showed that only 10*7r of
the Jewish students planned to
major in business compared by
16.7% of the non-Jewish students.
The survey, conducted by so-
ciologist David E. Drew of the
Washington-based American Coun-
cil on Education, an umbrella or-
ganization of colleges, universities
and other institutions of higher
learning, was commissioned by-
the American Jewish Committee
to pin-point differences and simi-
larities between Jewish and non-
Jewish students.
The survey was based on a
sampling of 170,000 19 10* of the national total
of whom 4.2'i were Jews. It cov-
ered both four-year colleges and
junior i two-year) colleges.
The study revealed that 39%
of the Jewish freshmen ques-
tioned agreed with the statement
The chief benefit of a college
education is that it increases one's
earning power." The comparable
figure for non-Jews was fvl'.
musicians have signed petitions
on behalf of Victor Yoran in-
cluding Leonard Bernstein and
Yehuda Menuhin. In addition,
Mr. Menuhin urged Mr. Kosygin
to allow Yoran's family to join
him in Israel during his trium-
phant concert tour in Moscow
last month. He also visited Mr.
Yoran's family, bringing them
gifts from him.
The petition addressed to
Leonid Breshnev reads in part:
"We understand that Mr. Yor-
an's action is regarded in the
Soviet Union as a betrayal, but
it was not politically motivated
and he has scrupulously refrain-
ed from acting against the in-
terests of the U.S.S.R. in any
way. Furthermore, his family
are innocent of any offense and,
therefore, the agony of separa-
tion they are experiencing is to-
tally undeserved .
No interest is served by per-
petuating the misery of these
four people and it would testify
to the magnanimity and human-
ity of the Soviet Union if they
were allowed to reunite in Is-
rael. We implore you to enable
them to do so."
Mr. Yoran will speak for the
United Jewish Appeal, the ma-
jor fund-raising organization for
humanitarian needs in Israel
and 30 countries all over the
world, ir. Springfield and Haver-
hill. Mass.. Camden, N.J.. Ak-
ron, Ohio, New Haven, Conn.,
and Lewiston, Maine, and make
an extended speaking and con-
cert tour In the Los Angles area.
After being separated from his brother, Isaac Tesler,
lor 40 years, Boruch Tesler, (right) was granted per-
mission to leave the Soviet Union with his family,
and they were reunited when he and his wife and
three children arrived at John F. Kennedy Inter-
national Airport recently. The Teslers, who will
settle in Brooklyn, N.Y., were aided by United Hias
Service and will receive initial adjustment aid from
the New York Association for New Americans.
Yiddish Language Day-Jewish Journal
Ceases Publication After 57 Years
NEW YORK (JTAiThe number of Yiddish-language daily
newspapers in the United States was cut in half Tuesday when
the Day-Jewish Journal ceased publication. The decision was an-
nounced suddenly, without any explanations, and publication
ceased with Tuesday's issue, city e.'itor Philip Sandier told the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency. I really cannot comprehend this
action." he added.
Ted Singer, legal representative for the paper, which began
publication as the "Day" in 1P14 and merged with the Jewish
Journal IS years ago, confirmed its closing, but declined to ex-
plain the decision. Its closing leaves the 75-year-oLi Jewish Daily
Forward as the country'* only Yiddish-language daily.
Mr. Sandier said the Day-Jiwish Journal employed bstwe D
60 and 75 persons, many of them young, and its current circula-
tion, daily and Sunday, was approximately 43,000.
Dr. Alfred Jospe has been
named national director of B nai
B'rith Hillel Foundations, cli-
maxing a professional career of
more than 30 years with the
Jewish campus movement. Dr.
Jospe, who was ordained by
the Jewish Theological Semi-
nary in pre-war Breslau, Ger-
many, succeeds Rabbi Benja-
min M. Kahn, elected as the
new executive president of
B'nai B'rith this month.
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Friday, December 31, 197]
Barry Schreiber Accepts
Chairmanship Of Dinner
The Becond annual Son and Hebrew and Jewish
dinner of Yeshiva Day School will) religious courses, from nui
be held Sunday evening, Jan. 16. i through the si\t.'i grade.
, Members of the dinner comniil-
tee include Mrs. Solomon Arluk
Ernest Field. Samuel Click. Hairy
Gi.-rJxr: .1 s. ;ih Meyers. Jacob
Modansky ami lira. Barry Schrei-
ber.
"The annual Scholarship dinner
offers the community at large an
opportunity to participate in one
of the mot progressive and com-
prehensive educational program-
availaole in South Florida." Rabbi
Moshe Greebel. principal of the
Yeshiva Day School, said.
Nationally prominent guesl
Speakers and a top entertainment
program will be featured at the
dinner. Reservations may be madi
by calling the school office or
Mrs. Ia>ib L. Chernofsjcv.
Hunter College
President Guest
i Of A hi in n i Assn.
Jacqueline Grennan Wexler, the
-ident of Hunter College in
New York, will speak at a lunch-
eon meeting of the South Florida
Chapter of the Hunter ,,(^1108?,
Alumni Association at noon Sun-
in the Holiday Inn. 87th St.
and Collins Ave.. Miami Beach.
A former Catholic nun, Mrs.
Wexler. who has been wsident
c.i Hunter College since 1969. was
: previously president of Webster
| College near St. Louis.
Reservations for luncheon may
be made by calling Marilyn Ber- I
liner. Association president, or [
Emma Layman in B r o w a r d
County
The luncheon will also feature
the singing of comic versions of
Hunter College songs, composed
by Edith ECrause, assisted by
Ethel Herman and Helen Skol-
nick.
Burdine's Golfers Play For Charily
One of the largest fields in the
(history "f the Ladies Professional
Golf Association is set for toe
', fourth annual $30,000 Burdine's
|Invitational Golf Tournament
which opens Wednesday.
Heading the field are Mickey
Wright and Kathv WMtwortn.
Miss Wright a Hal! oT
owns the LPGA record of 81 vic-
tories arid will be making ber
Burdine's debut. Miss Wbitworth
was 1971's Meyer of the .,
Vare Trophy Winner ,,
money win ..
on five victories .n 20 e
The Amerfeafi Quicer
again the beaefii lary ai
lions are the ACS wi.....
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lournament. w* n by Sa
nie.
BARKY D. SCHRODER
at the Sheraton Four Ambassa-
dors, Solomon Arluk, presi nt of
North Dade's only Hebrew day
school, has announced.
Barry D. Schreiber, a North
Miami Peach attorney and presi-
dent of the Young Israel of Gieat-
er Miami, w;li be general chaitman
of the dinner, the school's major
fun-raising event of the year. Mr. I
Schreiber has been a member of |
th. board of Yeshiva Day School
since its founding two years ago.
Proceeds from the dinner will
be earmarked for tuition scholar-
si-., bs for the large proportion of
StUv'ents who do not pay full tui-
tion Located at 990 NE 171st St..
North Miami Beach, the school
offers a full program of general
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Friday. December 31. 1971
*Jenisti Fhridinn
Page 3-B
Ambulance Ceremony
Sunday At Academy
The general public is invited to
participate in the 10 a.m. Sunday
dedication ceremonies for three
pew ambulances for Israel at the
Greater Miami Hebrew Academy,
2400 Pine Tree Dr.. Miami Beach.
Announcement of the program,
which will be followed by refresh-
ments, was made by Samuel Rein-
hard. Florida state chairman for
ihc American Red Magen David
foi [sraeL
David Taub, president of the
American Federation of Senior
Citizens Miami Beach Chapter.
and Leon Kaufman, president of
Golden Ring Club No. 3 of Miami
Beach, will turn the keys to am-
bulances donated by their groups
over to Sol Drescher.
Mr. Drescher. national board
member of the American Red
Magen David, will speak at the
ceremonies, with Rabbi Alexander
S Gross, principal of the Hebrew
Academy, serving as chairman.
DavM Coleman. president of the
Miami Beach Chapter, will partic-
ipate along with Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Bienenfeld, who donated
one of the three ambulances to
be dedicated Sunday morning. The
1972 General Motors vehicles will
be shipped to Israel for the use of
Israel's official Red Cross Agency.
Mr. Reinhard urged continued
support by Greater Miamians of
the campaign to raise funds for
the Marcus Blood Bank in Israel.
Named in honor of the late Col.
Mickey Marcus. American hero of
Israel's War of Independence, the
nation's only major blood facility
is operated by the American Red
Magen David for Israel.
The three ambulances bring to
26 the number contributed to the
people of Israel through the Mag-
en David Adorn since the Six-Day
War of June, 1967.
INSPIRING RABBI
SEEKS PULPIT
Miami-Palm Beach Area
Conservative
Write Rabbi S. P.,
Box 2973, Miami, Fla. 33101
Beacon Unit Planning
Luncheon-Fashion Show
Mrs. David Glickman. president
of the Beacon Unit of the Papani-
rolaou Cancer Research Institute,
announces plans for a luncheon
meeting and fashion show Thurs-
day. Jan. 6. at 11:30 a.m. in Tony's
Fish Market, 79th St. Causeway.
Models for the fashion show will
be members of Beacon Unit, and
coordinator of the show, given by
Stray Kitten of North Miami
Beach will be Mrs. Cowan. The
public is welcome.
Wholesale Distributors of
JWV Auxiliaries
Announce Plans
The Auxiliary of Murray Solo-
mon Post No. 243 will meet on
Tuesday at 8:15 p.m. in Temple
Zamora. State Department presi-
dent Sally Levy will make her of-
ficial visit.
Auxiliary No. 174 will meet on
Tuesday at 4601 W. Flagler St. for
a regular business meeting. Aux-
iliary president, Claire Greenwald
will welcome State Dept. junior
vice president, Shirley Tragash,
who will present the Traveling
Friendship Gavel. Films from the
State Department Film Library
will be shown.
Posts and Auxiliaries No. 223
and 723 have arranged a Recrea-
tion Hall party at the Veterans
Administration Hospital, Wednes-
day. Auxiliary 223 will hold a
membership party and dinner at
7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 6, honoring
new and paid-up members at the
home of Carol Marks, 6416 SW
14th Street.
Auxiliary No. 330 will meet at
8 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 6, in the
American Legion Hall. (18th St.
and Alton Rd.) for the regular
business meeting to which all the
members and prospective mem-
bers are invited to attend. The
Auxiliary is planning a card party
with prizes and refreshments at
Kneseth Israel Sunday, Jan. 9, at
1 p.m. For tickets, call the presi-
dent. Ceil Rochwarg.
Democratic Club Meeting
The Democratic Club of Miami
Beach will meet Wednesday at 8
p.m. in the Carillon Hotel. Collins
Ave. and 68th St., Col. Wally
Gluck, president has announced.
Miami Beach Councilman Jerome
G. Greene, will s|>eak on me topic
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Happenings
John Horan, executive direc-
tor of the United' Cerebral Palsy
Center of Miami, has been ap-
pointed by Gov. Reubln Askew
to serve a one year term on the
Florida Developmental Disabili-
ties Planning and Advisory
Council. Mr. Horan, who came
to United Cerebral Palsy in
July 1970. is responsible for the
administration, programming
and overall organization for the
United Cerebral Palsy Center
at 1411 NW. 14th Ave. As a
member of the Council, he will
assist in developing a compre-
hensive plan to meet the needs
of the mentally retarded, cere-
bral palsied, and epileptic in
Florida.
V if. #
Dr. Marvin Sehiek, Mayor
John V. Lindsay's assistant for
intergroup relations, was guest
speaker at Young Israel of
Greater Miami's recent Chan-
ukah party. Dr. Schick spoke
regarding housing for Jews and
the Forest Hills area contro-
versy.
# # #
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promotion. In his new position,
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had been assigned to various
potts in passenger service and
sales. Before being appointed
director earlier this year, he
was sales manager for South
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Meeting Tuesday
At Beth Sholom
The Hadassah Center for Win-
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of the Moulin Rouge Motel, will
moot Tuesday, at 1 p.m. in Temple
Beth Sholom, with Mrs. Alfred
Tuvin presiding. Mrs. Samuel
Gladstone will discuss current
events.
Mrs. Arthur Pekelner. who will
review "The Shattered Silence"
by Zwy Aldouby and Jerrold Bal-
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Jenisii fkridfknr
Friday. December 31, 1971
Setting plans for the "Benefactor" parlor meetings to be
held throughout Dade County on behalf of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation's 1972 Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israol Emergency Fund campaign, are representatives of
the three areas, (from left to right) Mrs. Morris Burk, chair-
man. South Dado Benefactors; Mrs. Joseph Stein, cochair-
man, Miami Beach Benefactors and Mrs. Matthew Ettinger.
chrirman, North Dade Benefactors. Mrs. Arthur Horowitz
is also cochcirman of the Miami Beach Benefactors.
L niversity President
To Speak At Banquet
l ij Y ival N emat pi
\. sitj will Ih'
ani" ol I's n
who m ill tak pa I 1 thi ni ith an-
Fui tal Inl ol High
Energj :
ity Miami's Cei ir Theor-
em Jan. 19 21,
! N cently 1 ted
p Is I'.* second
< sity,
aking his imt ial \ i -i> to
1. : I Statos sinci
!: G 11 S. Wise aa |
Dr N an will lx' prl
ikor iii a Jan. '.' dii
B sponsored iy th<
\ .1! Ti I A\.. t'1,1-
. in honor ol I *a\ id J Lighl
ness and reli-
ider who is the
- i II.- actors ol thi
university and ol Israel.
Mr. Light, a four Pemple
a In South 1 mde an I a
nber of Temple Emanu-El in
ach, is :i national lea
Israel Bonds Orga
th U Benefactors Plan
Parlor Meetings'
In Private Homes
in a unique concerted effort t<>
personalize the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's campaign for
human needs, the Women's i>i\i-
sion is communicating the drama
of Jewish world needs on an in-
dividual face-to-face basis.
"The Benefactors, (contributors
Of (1.000 or more to the Women's
Divisions 1972 ('oml)ined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
campaign) will be holding parlor
meetings in private homes through-
out the county declared Norma
Kipnis, Women's Division vice
president for campaign.
This new development in cam-
laigning i.s replacing large lunch-
eon-type meetings, according to
M Kipnis. "During the 1971
lampaign, whin the Women's Di-
vision raised $740,000, the most
ver raised bj the organization,"
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I >m ins tin- jea tign, thi
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-Jemish Floridian
the lAJoman s lAJorld
Tndav, December 31, 1971
Page 5-B
Setting plans for Federation's Jan. 13 CJA-IEF trustee cham-
pagne sharing and parlor meeting at the home of Mrs.
Richard D. Levy, where each trustee will make a contribu-
tion of $5,000 or more to the campaign effort, are (from left
to right) Mrs. Louis Davidson, a trustee committee member;
Elliot Cohan, director of the Women's Division; Norma
Kipnis, Women's Division vice president of campaign and
hostess Mrs. Richard D. Levy, who is campaign coordinator
for M.ami Beach.
\\ omen's Division To Hold
Trustee' Meeting Jan. 13
a dr am is wot th dying for
- worth living and giv-
; u And it l- our historic and
igalion to make that
. rth :.'. tor," declares
i Kipnis, wti i this year ha*
responsi Hit) as vie
' the ater Miami
ii Fedi ration's Women's Divi-
1971 Combined Jewish Appeal-
encj Fund I CJA-IEF i
i
fully acknowledges the inspired
leadership-in-giving ol the trustees,
i. who reflect the highest
ol Jew ish community life in
their commitment and dramatic
n sponse to the unprecedented
ol thi Jewish people here
and abroa ci immi nted Mrs
Kipnis.
\.it/, Mrs. Harry A. Levy anil Mrs
m Silberman.
INTRODUCING
THENEW
The trustee committee serving
with Mrs. Kipnis and Mrs. Levy
includes Mrs. Else Bonem, Mrs.
ipnis and a dTsftnguTshed! ^^ Davidsoni M., ArthurHoro-
Greater Miami Jewish .....
ity it-ad" nbarklng |
In p their
s th rou ul the world.
Wi li i sday, -: 13, at the
' ich norm ul Mis Richard
l' I. worm n n throughout
Invited I i
[Yustee Cha and
ii ing Parlor Meeting," where j
85.0CO is the mli ii im contribu-
Al a on eeting hi d
11\ in th. m Gre iter Miami
i Federation ling, Mi -
Kipi | thai daring 1971
ol womi n coi trib it< 15.000 01
he (M.\-:rF campaign.
' ol them received a framed
i> Pi lm i Mlnisti i of
Israel, GoMa Meir, nd Inscribed,
' Hon >r not a woman tor her pos-
ions; honor her for the right
use she makes of tham."
According to Mrs. Kipnis. the
trustee committee anticipates 60
trutteei dining 197.'. The Women's
Division goad In Miami is $1.1 mil-
lion; the c<>al lor the total Greater
Miami Jewish community is Sll
million.
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Mizrachi Women's
January Activities
The Florida Council of Mizrachi
Women will convene Monday at
10 a.m. at their headquarters, 420
Lincoln IM.. suite 402. All chapter
presidents ami a key member of
h chapter are expected to at-
tend. Plans will be made for the
Council's annual conference
scheduled fee I ind 7 a] the
Eden Roc Hotel.
The Avlva Chapter Is planning
a Monday, Jan. 10 social after-
noon and card party at the home
Ol Esther Solomon. 1137 S\V ritii
St., according to Mis. Simon Ap-
ril, president. Its regular meet-
ing will be held at Beth David
Congregation, 2625 SW 3rd Ave.,
at 1 p.m. Monday. Jan. 17.
Shalom Chapter will meet in
the card room of 100 Lincoln Rd.
Tuesday. Jan. 11 at 1 p.m. The
presidium is composed of Mes-
dames Ehrenreich, Lugerner and
Shapiro.
The Miami Beach Chapter meet-
| Ing will take place at the Wash-
ington Federal auditorium. 1234
I Washington Ave.. Tuesday. Jan.
ill. at 1 p.m., according to Mrs.
, Rachel Katz. president.
The Hutikvah Chapter is plan-
; ning a gourmet luncheon Thurs-
day. Jan. 20. at the home of Mrs.
! Louis Geller. 520-46th St.. ac-
I cording to Mrs. Hyman Kolko,
: ['resident. The Chapter was to
, have a luncheon and card party
j at Kneseth Israel, Thursday noon.
Women's League
Chapter Meeting
The Lincoln-Miami Beach Chap-
ter, Women's League for Israel
will have its regular meeting at
12:30 p.m. Wednesday in the 100
Lincoln Road Club Room.
A special program on Diet and
. Nutrition will be reviewed by
Sophie Siegel, followed by a ques-
tion and answer period and re-
freshments.
The Chapter will hold its an-
. nual Eye-Bank party at noon on
Thursday. Jan. 13, at the Holiday
I Inn. 87th St. and Collins Ave. For
reservations, call Tillie Weisman.
Eye Bank chairman.
Enjoying the gala afternoon honoring Mrc. Ruth Yablick
Schafizin as Greater Miami's woman ol the year under the
auspices of the American Friends of the Hebrew Univer-
sity are, (seated) from left, Jack S. Popick, honorary re-
gional chairman and member of the board of governors;
Mrs. Popick and Mrs. Charlotte Nathan, founder and bene-
factor of Hebrew University; (standing'1 Mrs. Norma Kipnis,
chairman of the day. Dr. Leon Kronish, member of the He-
brew University board of governors, and Mis. Schalfzin. the
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One of the largest crowds evi r
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week at the Fontainebleau Hotel
under the auspices of the Women"!
Division. Greater Miami Chapl
of the American Friends of the
Hebrew University.
This year the distinguished h<
oree was Mrs. Ruth Yablick Schaf-
fzin, a ledicated supporter of He-
brew University a founder whi
has endowed much-needed dorml
tories for the exploding student
population on the campuses of
Hebrew University. Well known
for her many philanthropies, Mrs.
Schafizin Ls beloved to all because
of her charm, willingness to help
and sincere love of people.
The praesidium presidi nts of the
Women's Division are Mes 'antes
Jacob Katzman, Leon Kronish and
Samuel Simonhoff. Mrs. Norma
Kipnis the cochairman of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federal on -
campaign committee was chairman
of the c'ay.
I !..ih Dr. I.eon Kronish and
Judge Herbert S. Shapiro de-
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* Jewish HcrtdUair
Friday, December 31. I97j
lAJeddingi ^Tjells iKin
d
MRS. ROBERT J. SOSSIN
So88tn-Carmel
Lir.da Ruth Carmel became the
bride of Robert Jack Sossin Sun-
day. Dec. 26. at Temple Emanu-El
with Dr. Irving Lchrman and Dr.
Eugene Labovitz officiating. A re-
ception and dinner at the temple
followed the 6 p.m. double-ring
ceremony which was held in the
main sanctuary.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. William Carmel. 826 83rd
St.. Miami Beach, and the bride-
groom is the son of Mrs. Faye Sos-
sin and the late Abraham Sossin of
Toronto, Canada. Mrs. Anna Hy-
man of Miami Beach is the bride's
grandmother.
For her wedding, the bride se-
lected an Empire gown of candle- '
light satin with reembroidered j
French Alencon lace, beaded with i
clusters of seed pearls at the cuffs '
of the full Bishop sleeves. The j
skirt was lavishly beaded with i
pearls and appliques of Alencon,
lace. Her full train flowed from a j
Dior bow at the waistline. A
matching Camelot headpiece em-:
broidered with the same lace and
pearls held her floor-length silk
illusion veil. She carried a cascade
of white phaleanopsis orchids.
The bridal attendants wore long
gowns of candlelight and Samaron j
rose chiffon with high necklinos
and long full sleeves, embroidered j
at the neckline, down the front j
and at the cuffs. They wore match-!
ing pill-box headpieces with illu-1
sion veiling, and each carried a
burgundy velvet triple love ring
with love knots of miniature car-
nations.
Mrs. Richard Krakow was her
sister's matron of honor and Mrs.
J. Gary Carmel. Mrs. Allen Carmel
and Mrs. Jay Taradash, sisters-in-
law of the bride served as brides-
maids. Mark Sossin was best man
for hi* cousin. The ushers were
the bride's brothers. Allan and J.
Gary Carmel; her brother-in-law.
Richard Krakow; the bridegroom's
brother-in-law. Dr. Jay Taradash.
and his cousins. Michael Sossin
and Aaron GUssman.
The bride, who graduated from
Miami Beach High School and at-
tended the University of Miami is
presently employed as an insur-
ance secretary. Mr. Sossin re-
ceived his B.A. degree from the
University of Toronto, and! received
the designation of chartered ac-
countant from the Ontario Insti-
tute of Chartered Accountants.
His college fraternity was Sigma
Alpha Mu.
After their wedding trip, the
couple will live in Miami.
MRS. NEIL S. OZER
Ozer-Sterling
Barbara Gail Sterling, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Sterling.
6855 Abbott Ave., and Neil Steven
Ozer. son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome
B. Ozer. 5711 Pine Tree Dr., ex-
changed their vows Sunday. Dec.
26, at the Algiers Hotel. Rabbi
Eugene Labovitz performed the
12:30 p.m. ceremony which was
followed by a reception and
luncheon.
Maid of honor was Ellen Silver
and Mark Ozer. was best man for
his brother. The bride wore an
original Bianca brocade gown.
A graduate of Coral Gables High
School and the University of Miami
School of Education, the bride is
presently a teacher in the Lillie
C. Evans School. Her husband, a
graduate of the University of Mi-
ami is enrolled in the University
of Miami's Medical School.
After a honeymoon in Jamaica,
the newly weds will live in South
Miami.
Mtt. ROGER GOLDEN
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Golden, was his brother, Leo Gol-
den best man; ushers included
Jeffrey Sager, the bride's brother;
her brother-in-law Lawrence Rod-
gers, and cousins, Edward and
Sheldon Sager.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Golden at-
tended schools in Miami. Mrs.
Golden was graduated from At-
lantic University, and Mr. Golden
was graduated from the Univer-
sity of Miami. He is presently
teaching at Long Beach State
College.
After a wedding trip to Cali-
fornia, the couple will make their j
home in Long Beach. Calif.
LEO HOHAUSER
PLUMBING
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Golden-Sager
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Golden were
married Saturday. Dec. 25. in a
candlelight ceremony performed at
Beth David Congregation by Rabbi
Sol Landau, assisted by Cantor
William Lipson. The former Myrna
Sue Sager is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Maurice Sager.
For her wedding the bride chose
a white silk organza gown with
touches of baby blue. Schiffli lace
with embroidered centers of light
blue formed the bodice, and the
Bishop sleeves had deep cuffs of
the same lace. Her bouffant skirt,
falling from the Empire bodice,
flowed into an attached cathedral
length train. Her Anne Boleyn
headpiece was embroideredi with
blue Venice rosettes on matching
lace, and flowing from the cap was
a white silk illusion veil atop a
sheer layer of baby blue veiling.
She carried white orchids with blue
centers,
Mrs. Lawrence Rodgers, sister
of the bride who was matron of
honor, wore a gown of royal blue
velvet with Empire bodice and
carried a cascade of flowers with
blue velvet streamers. The brides-
maids, who wore gowns of royal
blue velvet with bodices of white
chiffon embroidered with multi-
colored flowers, were Jo Ann Sager.
a cousin of the bride; Myrna Rich-
elson. Mrs. Jeffrey Tew. and Alicia
Golden, a niece of the bridegroom,
junior bridesmaids.
Attending the bridegroom, whose
Young-Dale
Arlene Dale and Arthur Young
exchanged vows before Rabbi Av-
rom Drazin in the Dupont Plaza
Hotel Saturday. Dec. 25. The 7
p.m. candlelight ceremony was
followed by a reception and din-
ner in the Assembly Room.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Dale, 2100 SW 82nd
Ct., graduated from Coral Park
High School and received her B.A. \
degree in elementary education
from Florida Atlantic University.
Her husband, a graduate of Coral I
Gables High School, will receive
his degree in business administra-
tion from Florida Atlantic Univer-
sity in March.
For her wedding, the new Mrs
Young selected an Empire styled
gown in peau de soie with Chan-
tilly lace appliques on the bodice
and a high lace neckline beaded
in pearls. The front of the A-line
skirt had two rows of scalloped
lace which was also beaded with
pearls. The gown was styled with
a full back terminating in a
chapel train. Her long mantilla
veil was edged with a border of
scalloped lace attached to a peau
de soie bow, and she carried a
cascade arrangement of white cat-
tleya orchids and staphanotts with
white satin, ribbon streamers.
The bridal attendants were at-
tired in long, blue chiffon gowns
with Empire waistlines, mandarin
collars and full sleeves. They car-
ried cascade bouquets of white and
blue carnations with blue stream-
ers.
Lorraine Dale was her sister's
maid of honor and Ronye Kreiner
wasthe bridesmaid Joel Slutsky
M*S. ARTHUR YOUNG
served as best man and Stuart
Slutsky ushered.
After a I1*-week honeymoon in
Mexico, the ntwlyweds will live in
Miami.
Ginsberg-Nosh
A double ring ceremony united
in marriage Phyllis Ellen Nash, the i
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin I
P. Nash. 4414 Toledo St.. Coral I
Gables, and Joel Fine Ginsberg, j
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. j
Ginsberg of Dalton. Ga. Rabbi Mor-!
ris Kipper performed the rites at
Temple Judea. Saturday evening.
Dec. 25. A reception and (tamer
followed at the temple.
Mrs. Dick Katz was her sister's
matron of honor; Janet Ginsberg
the bridegroom's sister, was maid
of honor. Bridesmaids included
Mrs. Maria Bercuson, Ducie Krug-
man. and the bride's cousins. Pam.
M*S. JOtl f. GINSBERG
Sheryl and Kim Leider.
Jay Ginsberg was his brother's
best man and the ushers were
Dick Katz the bride'* brother-h.
law, Jon Glazman. Ted Marcus
Scott Dayan. and the bride's
cousin, Larry Small.
The bride graduate! from Coral
Gables Senior High ScIh>o1 and at-
tended the University of Alabama,
where she was a member of Sigmi
Delta Tau sorority. Si,, wig grad-
uate in March from the C
Education at the University ol
Georgia. The bridegroom re
his degree with a major in chem-
istry from the L'nn : Q.,,r.
gia where he wa> president of Tau
Epsilon Phi fraternity He is
ently a first year Student ir. the
Medical College at the University
of Georgia.
After a honeymoo.-. in Miami
Beach, the newlywc- i.- niii live in
Augusta. Ga.
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*Jewisti Her Mian
Page 7-B
UUtS. LAW A. *OD*IGUtI
Rodrigues-Stamler
Barbara Rosalie Stamler, the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman
J Stamler of 9565 Bay Dr.. Surf-
side, and Larry A. Rodriguez, the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Lazaro Rod-
riguez of 6760 SW 5th Ter.. were
d at noon Sunday. Dec. 26
a- rempte Beth Sholom. Dr. Leon
Kronilh officiated; a reception and
luncheon followed in the Beefeater
Room of the Roney Pub Restau-
rant.
Mrs. Susan Reines was her sis-
ter"s matron of honor. Luis Lamela
v. a best man and Steven Stamler.
the iriV's brother, ushered- Mrs.
M reeds* Rodriguez, the bride-
's grandmother from Los
,'s. was an honored guest,
her wedding, the bride se-
lected a reembroidered Alencon
lacs gown and carried a Bible
draped with orchid* and stephan-
Otis.
A graduate of Miami Beach High
School, the new Mrs. Rodriguea
reived her B-A. degree from the
University of Florida, where she
majored in sociology. The bride-
groom also was graduated from
Miami Beach High School and the
1'r.iveraity of Florida, -where he
received his B.S. degree in electri-
cal engineering. A member of Al-
pha Epsilon Pi social fraternity,
and the Institute of Electronic
Engineers, honorary society, he is
now an associate engineer with the
Florida Power and Light Co.
Out-of-town guests included the
brides aunts, uncles and cousins.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Benjamin and
family. Seaford. L.I.. N.Y.: Mr.
and Mrs. Harry J. Kleeman. Al-
bany, N.Y.; Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Stamler. Brooklyn. NY.; Mrs.
Pauline Gladsteln, Caklwelt NJ..
and the bridegroom's aunt. Mrs.
Carlos Alvarez, Los Angeles. Calif.
After & honeymoon in Jamaica
the newlyweds will live in St.
Petersburg.
Tucker-Shain
Maureen Shain, the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. linger. 7509
Cutlass Ave.. North Bay Village,
and Gary Tucker, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Tucker. 9356 Car-
lyle Ave., Surfside. were married
Sunday, Dec. 26, at Temple Me-
norah. Rabbi Maver Abramowitz
officiated at the five o'clock can-
dlelight ceremonies; a reception
and dinner followed at the temple.
Adrienne Feiner was the maid
of honor; and the hri 'esmatrons
were Mrs. Daniel Shain. the bride's
sister-in-law. and Mrs. Stephen
Tucker, sister-in-law of the bride-
groom. Hilary Unger. the bride's
sister, was the flower girl.
Stephen Tucker served his
brother as best man; the ushers
were Daniel Shain, the bride's
brother, and Robert Siegel.
The bride wore a princess style
Ivory Alencon lace gown with long
sleeves, and a long mantilla-type
lace-trimmed veil. She carried a
cascade of cymbidium orchids.
The bride graduated from the
Drexel School in Miami Beach
*nd attended Mlami-Dade Junior
.
uks. SA*r rucKf*
College. The bridegroom, who also
graduated from the Drexel School,
presently attends Tallahassee Com-
munity College.
After a honeymoon at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel, the newlyweds
will return to Tallahassee and
college.
Fried-Luftig
Lorraine Iris Luftig. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Luftig, 1830
SW 92nd Ct., and Ronald Lee
Fried, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Weiss of 1401 SW 82nd Ct.. ex-
changed their vows before Rabbi
Max Shapiro at 8 p.m. Saturday.
Dec. 25. in a candlelight ceremony
at the Algiers Hotel. A reception
and dinner followed in the hotel's
Rubaiyat Room.
Mrs. Gail Luftig. sister-in-law of
the bride, was her matron of
honor; the bridesmaids included
Marcle and Ferris Gelb, Elowe
Deichman. Mrs. Mindi Lampert.
Murray Glasraan was best man
and ushers were the bride's broth-
er. Douglas Luftig. Steven Seia-
vitch, Steve Schenkman and Rob-
ert Zipper.
The bride wore a Chantilly lace
and satin gown embroidered in
9eed pearls.
The new Mrs. Fried, who gradu-
ated from Coral Park Senior High
School and Miami-Dade Junior
College, was the sweetheart of
Balfour A.Z.A. Her husband grad-
uated from Coral Park Senior High
School and Florida State Univer-
city where he was a member of
"Ox" Theta Chi. and has served as
president of B'nai B'rith Youth
Organization.
After a honeymoon cruise to the
Bahamas, the newlyweds will live
in Tallahassee.
Aronson-Enz
Linda, the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Hal Enz of Gokten Isles. Hal-
landale. and Springfield. N.J, and
Mitchell D. Aronson, son of the
late Mr. and Mrs. HaroM Aronson
of Miami Beach, were married by
Dr. Leon Kronlsh the evening of
Dec. 25 in his study at Templa
Beth Sholom. A reception for th*
families followed! at Bernard's in
the Carriage House.
The bride, who wore a long-
sleeved white maxi-dress with man-
darin collar, was given in marriage
by her father. Cydney Aroason.
sister of the bridegroom, was the
maid of honor.
Mrs. Aronson is a graduate of
the University of Miami when- she
was a member of mortar board.
Mr. Aronson is a practicing attor-
ney in North Miami Beach.
After a wedding trip to Paris
and London, the newlyweds will
make their home here.
Becker-Eisman
Barbara Eisman, the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Eisman.
1370 NE 119th 8t., North Miami,
and Kenneth Becker, the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Becker 19615
NE 19th Ave. North Miami Beach,
were married at high noon Sun-
day. Dec. 26 in the Carillon Hotel
MRS. MICHAEL COVERMAN
with Rabbi Milton Schlinsky of-
ficiating. A reception and luncheon
followed the ceremony.
The wedding party included Mrs.
Kenneth Phoenix, matron of honor
and Harold Goldberg, who was best
man.
The bride graduated from Miami
Edison High School where she was
a memo* r of Anchor and Thespian
Clubs. The bridegroom, a graduate
of North Miami Senior High
School, is presently employed by
the A. B. Dick Co.. Inc. a com-
puter service.
After a motor trip through Flor-
ida, the newlyweds will make their
home in North Miami Beach.
Grundtcerg-Lustig
Betty Ellen, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert Lutig, 1410
Ferdinand St.. Coral Gables, be-
came the bride of Moses J. Grund-
werg, the son of the late Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel M. Grundwerg of
Miami Beach, Sunday. Dec. 26, at
Beth Israel Congregation. A re-
ception and dinner followed at the
Crown HoteL
The bride is a graduate of Coral
Gables High bchoo) aiV Mercy
Hospital's School of Radtologv
Technology. The bridegroom jrrad
uated from the Tabnudvcal Acad-
emy of Yeshiva University in New
York City and received his B.A-
and Doctor of Law degrees from
the University of Miami. He is
oresident of the Mesivta Senior
High School of Greater Miami.
After a month-long wedding trip
to London and Israel, the couple
will make their home in Miami
Beach.
Coverman-Michaels
The wedding of Tina, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Michaels
of Miami, and Dr. Michael Cover-
man, the son of Dr. and Mrs.
I.ouis Covcrman of Coral Gables,
took place Saturday. Dec. 18. at
Temple Beth Am. Rabbi Herbert
M. Baumgard officiated at the
candlelight ceremony; a reception
and dinner followed at the temple.
The maid of honor was Doris
Timoner and bridesmatrons were
Mrs. Alan Kaplan and Mrs. Joel
Slutsky. Randy Coverman served
as his brother's best man; Dr.
Tom Hoffeld and Howard Rosen-
bloom ushered.
The bwide eboae a white peau
de soie gown apphotied in Brus-
sels lace. Her tulle veil, was at-
tached to a headpiece bow, and.
she carried a cascade of white
roses and siephanotis.
Mrs. Coverman. a teachr in a
Miami school, graduated from the
University of Miami where she
was a member of Phi Sigma Sig-
ma sorority.
Dr. Coverman graduated from
the University of Florida, where
he was a member of Pi Lambda
Phi fraternity, and the University
of Miami Medical School. He is
presently an intern at Jackson
Memorial Hospital.
The newlyweds left for a Euro-
pean honeymoon, and will live in
Coral Gables when they return.
School Of Fine Arts
Begins 2nd Semester
The Temple Beth Sholom School
of Fine Arts, which is under the
direction of Judy Drucker. is now
registering for the Jan. 3-May 26
second semester. Classes in oil
painting, art experiences, ceramics
and ballet are available to chil-
dren.
Private instruction in all
branches of music are offered to
both children and adults. Bro-
chures are available upon request.
MRS. KENNETH BECKER
Debra Elfenbein And
Fiance JSeil Hornstein
Plan September Rites
Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Elfen-
bein of 1010 NW 182nd St., an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Debra Robin, to Neil
Lewis Hornstein, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Milton Hornstein of
1040 NE 162nd St. The wedding
is planned for early September.
Debra, a graduate of Norland
Senior High, will receive her
degree from the University of
Georgia, where she is majoring in
Art, next June.
Neil graduated from North Mi-
ami Senior High School and the
University of Georgia, where he
majored in the field of Psychol-
ogy. He plans to attend graduate
school next fall.
Book Review After Meeting
Mrs. A. J. Blaivas, president of
the Greater Miami group of the
Myasthenia Gravis Foundation,
announces that its next meeting
will take place Thursday, Jan. 6,
Ln the Mediterranean Room of the
Seacoast Towers West. A book re-
view and refreshments will follow.
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Friday, December
31. ) sTfi^^^^J^^^^\09m Hotel Opens Jolson Corner As Night Club Room
econd semester of Beth oi the Both Sholom staff Shuia,
ition studies, Ben David an.i Nettie Goldstein.; The Crown Hotel has opened
o; its school of A course in American Jewish his- the JoIm.m Corner as night clul
onjtory is being given by Prof Isaac mom. in an expansion of its lux-
'> evenii irding to Fein, author of 'The Makinq oi
i anno incemei i b> Dr. Leon
nisi iritual leader of Beth
lolom.
red in the
bj two members
An American Jewish Community."
take in several night spots in an
Isll-evening whirl of Greater Mi-
ami.
Eterkowitz also announced the
is open to the public, an
olo-NY-... Year's I usines
all expectations, refl
success of the ea

An Evening At The Races
The Young Israel Sisterhood will
eaent "An Evening at the
ea Saturday, Jan. 8, at 8:30
. in the Social Hall of the
nple 990 NT. 171st St., North
Miami Beach, cochalrmen Mrs
Stuart Gioss and Mrs. Barry
Schreiber, announce. There Ls m
Imisslori charge and the public
is invited.
_
Mrs. Thou To Speak Monday
Mrs. 7.'kta Tiv.u. past president
the Miami Beach Chapter of
Hadassah, will apeak Monday
night nt the monthly meeting of,
the Miami Beach Chapter ol the .
I'nited Nation* Association. The
.ening session wiO be held in the
Washington Federal. 1234 Wash-
ington Avc. and is open to the
p.iblic. according 1o Mrs. Toby
nanuel, program chairman. An-
d e S. BialolensJii Ls president.
Bar Mitzvah
ury operations on a Kosher basis
tflis year. Announcemenl of the popular dining room of the Crown throughout South ;
full-scale entry Into the amuse-
Dr Joseph.Diamond dean emer- ., haM ,h(1 ^^ ,, ,,,,,
...is of the Teachers Seminary of m;ii|(l M Berkowitz,
loronto. will siiw a course in Bib- "., ,, ,
.. l.__ vf : president of the Crown Hotel and
lica: arcnaoolonv and a course on ..!<- ,
.. ,, ., oiH-rator ol the Sea Gull and Cor-
Ihe Book ol Kxodus will be ui\cn ,- ,
i r> ii- ii i .. r. <-. onet Kosher hotels.
by Rabin Harry Jolt. Beth Sho-
lom's rabbi-in-re>idonce. I-ra 1 Named the Jolson Corner bo-
Steinbaum, author of several text cause the late Al Jolson opened
boote on the teaching of Yiddish.Lhe n)lim many voars ,,,,, Ihe
will offer a course on the romance ... ,
of Yiddi-h handsome msht club will feature
- top names in American. Israeli
These courses are available at 8 aml Yiddish entertainment,
and 9 p.m.. Mrs. Jo-cph Nevel, will
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lead a series oi round table dis-
cussion on great Jewish authors.
All of these courses are offered to
members oi the temple and to the
as well; registration may
be made at the temple office.
Another addition to the Crown's
program is Its participation in de-
luxe ni^ht club tours, only Kosher
hotel or restaurant included in
anv of the popular tout's which
Steven Winer Michael Milberg
< IBT GOLIN
Sarj Da\ Id, son of Mr and Mrs.
5 Golin, 8870 SW 92nd Cl
will observe his Bbr M
Snturdaj morning, Jan l al 1
' Olom.
Gary, an i hth MI at
I'
I with .i little leajrup
U1'! Mrs Golin will host
1 On ,t tn Kiddush
! : thi
in Ha Sal irdaj
1 vi ning in i !arj 'a hoi
mg guests will be Gary's
: Beckj Golin,
.Hid Mi
- !' ed G> lin, Dr. \<>r-
Sii-s Gertie
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STEVEN llTM.i;
: I !;: son ol Mr
i Mrs Jo omc Uffm r. will be-
o Bar Mitzvah Saturday, Jan.
3 at Temple Emanu>EI.
An eighth grade studenl in the
! hrman Day School Steven is a
member of Boy Seoul Troop 65.
The celebrant will be honored
with a reception at the Eden Roc
Hotel. Honored guests will l>e his
jn-anrrparent.s. Mrs. Gertrude Off-
. n< r and Mr. an I Mrs. Moe Rosen-
bi rg, and his creat-crandparents.
Mi and Mrs. Jacob Goldberg
JEKFRKY KERSTKIX
Jeffrey, son of Mr. and Mrs.
1^-onard Kerstein, will celebrate
hifl Bar Mitzvah at Beth Torah
Congregation, Saturday. Jan. 1.
Jeffrey is a member of the He-
brew hi'. h school class at Harold
Wolk Religious School and attends
John F Kennedy Junior High
S h.xil. Where he works in the
office, A musician, he plays drums
and guitar.
Out-of-town guests lalning him
in the observance "ill include his
indparents, Mr. and Mrs. Max
S .-itkin of Scandal? N.Y., and Mr.
and Mrs. Kd Slatkin oi LOS An-
s. C.ilif.
$ # S
MICHAEL MILKEN
Michael. I he son of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Milben.-. MS become
a Bar Mitzvah at Tem| le Manor-
ah Saturday morning. Jan. 1.
vluhael. an eighth jrrarlc stud-
ent at Nautilus Junior High
School, is very active in school
1 Is.
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Friday.
December 31. 1971
*Jnifi fhrkton
Page 9-B
Serendipity
by Sally Spaet
i
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\ Meril the (laughter ol Mr and Mrs. Benjamin Samuels
,,l Stephen Hale Cypen, the son ol Judgi and Mrs Irving '
arried Saturdaj night, Dec. 25. in the study ol Dr. Irving
m at Temple Emanu-El. A dinuer-n option followed Bl ih'
lto( Hotel, foi family and intimate friends.
\ a honeymoon trip to the West, the newlywods will live in
ia Plaza Apartments in Miami Beach.
to
Cantor Jack Bernstein Is convol ii Mount Sinai n i
oanj Men a are much happier now thai he's better.
.
familj gave "Poi Ha > uarty in hon tr ol
-,- [|i birthdaj las) week. Ii was :i lly gal all .'._' ol
: Mi'' iii ivate dining room ol (he Famous R *ta irant. Ma/ I To\:
Prof. Binderman Speaking
Prof. Murray \v. Binderman ol
Hi-' University of Miami will
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Facing American Jews In n'TL'"
when lie addresses the Spinoza
Forum for Adult Education Thurs-
. day, Jan. 6, a) 10 a.m. F inded 28
1 wars ago bj Dr. Abnham Wolf- :
son, the group nici"s m the audi-I
torium of the Washington Fed '
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Friday, December
31. 1971
Obituaries
of M M passed away
WHS M resident here
foi ill. i Ix 1.1 N Y A
National CDUtldl of
Ili ii< i Miami Jew -
unit membei ,,f thi<
GORDON
Mrs- l;.-
SatUt'ila) Six-
foi 17 l
in. iiil>, i of tin
Jewish U ..in. n
I'll I'.'.1.1 ill I,Ml
.i.v.i'ii li..in.- for th* Age.i (DougUi
On1.1, ii i Burvlved b) hi i husband
i "I. it (lord......f Mil. hi.ii
Bldne) s Gordon .( I-'. t Laudi. .i.ii.-.
Kill. .I.illklii. I Ml" Miil'Kii'ct l(
i;..i.i..ii ,.( \i ii .in,i Mn Mr, i.i
(lidding-. ..| I'llllllllllv. \ .1 SIV
flail,I, hlldicn. M.I, i \|i .!,..,
lerkr ..r N v n.1.1 iwo brothers,
1..1,. .mi Tnblm nl Pol i I ..-. N j
mi.I Samuel Tobla* of BrldaTeport,
Colin l->incial Mtil,,'v were held
Monday nl Rlverald* Memorial
Chanel, I Mil mi,mi i;,i m ii kii-
I.. nil.lll.nl 1 it.. Idl \l Mil .l.iini
Ti .-ill e
tlverald*
BRODY. II.'I.ii .... IU1 s
i'. North Ha> Villas*
llllcl 111,-nl Ml Slllsl
CHif f mi i,. w .i s>M CarlyU
v\. mii lUaabera
KAV. s,.i.iiia w ,, \ r- ._.,, g,
Rlverald* Intermenl Mt \, |,
NICOLAU. .:, .i*. H ., I....I,- IIU.I .
M H Rivet side
PERLMAN. Samuel. 7 1. f M II H:\oi
side
Bchiff. Harriet, IT, MM Collina Ave
Rlnshcrg Int. i in. in .mi \,|,
4.'
i', .in Pr
ISM Alton
16th
929
H.I
St
HERMAN. I
\l II Rlvi |d<
FEINGOLO. Hen Inmlii,
R|v> .- M.lr
FELLS, tuausta, 71
.M It Rlvi raid*
ROSEN. Josef N v.
side Intel m. nl Mt \ .
RUDOLPH, Harry 77. .| .m ii Rivcr-
m ii Riverside
SIEGEL. It,.so M 74. ..f M It Rlvei -
Ida
DOBIN. David I f-9. ITOM N K 14th
Av* N M it Rlverald*
COHEN. Samuel. 7\ 74.H Ocean Pr .
.M It New Ml., I.
FRANKLIN. Clara, 74. IBM N E 191st
Bl \ Mil Rlverald*.
NUNBERG. MaJ.r \ fa f || Q
Riverside Interment Mt N*bo
RiSEMAN. Max, V. IM* '.'Mil SI .
Hay Harbor Island Rlveraldc
stern. Ethel, :.s. I1M Collins a., ,
M II HI...I,. it
UTTAL. Alfred A 7*. of M It River -
idi
BERENS. Julius a MM Pinctrre Pr..
M it Blaabnrg
BE RUE R. In. h. 7ti, 17.00 BBS H.I.
M It Rivet aide
BLACK. Saiah. 7.1. M4 Ku, lid Avi-.
M ii Gordon
rown. Edward, It, itu CoUlm
vi. Mi: \. in.,,
KAPUSTA. F- ihei r I iijt N
His..,,:, pomi Hd, Mr. Rivereidi
SEOLE7KY. 1,1... n, 0I1 Indian
Creek pr M i; Rivi raldi
SOPER. Shirley if, -.Mii Marcos Pr
N v R k v. raide
WANKOFF. Mm, .,' ,.. Miami
Riverside Interment Ml s
NAMEROFSKY. !;, ,
North Shi -'. up Riv. ralde
Susmn. Harry \i tf, 11M it.,. CM ,
SI It IC-. ,
III! \., .
N Ulna v.,

St
BASEL, R
M 1
Bassin. Jennie,
M It i:, -,i
BOOKWALTER. Gear** R 79
' I l| \ \' R
BROv\ N ,. rd I N M It
Rlvei ldi
GOTTLIEB. Mai I. i k
M It Itlaal
LEfkowitz. Samuel f Tama-
' I atent Stai
of P
PEARL, v K P
1'' n M H Gordon Inti
POOELL s,- ,; ColUna A.,
M It !'..,-
SALAMONE. Haul. ::. It.' \ W
A \ -
VOCEL. s.--- ;i- Merkllaa \..
M It '.,
ELIAS. K ..
fine r N M B Levltl
FOX : Surfaidi 1.
GOLDBERG t.u- 7 IMB1 N.B
14th v,
LEFF. s -. \,.
I \
LITTON. Altrro
M B S
POT AR S. r-. j-, s \\
Si >*.. re
W*il s*r>-. >?. a| x m it Rtrar-
BROPSkn x. \\,,;..
!-.< |
FIS lr\ k M s \V
Pi
KARP, Ha.htl. 71. 801 Cnllln* Avo
M It Niuman.
RAUCH, Km. Iii-I AruiKiulta. 8, 800
^^V."."!!.1""1"1' Av" Vl MawBaaji.
YOUNG, Harry. IIS. 111241 S W. 87th
m i;..nl.mi im, i in, ,,i siiii i,f
I in v Id.
BLANKFEIN. Pr Ahrnham, 75.
I'olnt Baat Rlvcrnlde
GARNER. Miiurlre J 6fi. Miami.
Rlvaralda,
GIMELSTEIN. 7.. Il.k. U, M 11 Illv-
eralda Intermant Mi Blnal.
SANDERS. Sylvia, 74. Ft l.ui.l,.,
"III.' Kurl-1,1,
LEFF, Harry. 7.V M H Klveralda.
ROTTENBERG, Oena, 8i. mi!.:, Col-
.Sflf^TSt' M"' "Hrliour. Vewman.
SIMON. Clara. 68. M II Itlveralde.
TUSH. JiiHP|ih. 70. Hollywood Hiv.r
Ida Int. llli.Mit Ml Sinai.
N,?B.ER..G' Z,I,,H fi6' Wlnaon
lllv.l N M II Hlaalii-nr.
GOODMAN. Mlliiin. 70, 182.S Collina
A v.-, M li tttaabartt
Gootnick. Nathan, kc, IM foiiina
Ave m it Gordon
R..SSv Jck' ,o:7 v"..||lna Avo .
.M II \. v. in in
HAYMAN. Kill,.. 85. 151 N K. 52t>d
si Rlvaralda.
KLEIN. Marjorie If., 44, N Miami.
Rlvaralda
MARKS, 1-....I..I U, 8409 B.W, 137th
Av
zucker. ii..Kiiin. so, IM Oolllni Ave.
m it Rlvaralda.
FASMAN, Ban, 67. 1009 Rny Pr., M.B
Itlaaoerv
FREEMAN. Murray. 7:'. MM Collina
Ave m it Gordon
lande. Roae, M, llll n. Bayabora
Pr Newman.
Mn,LE-..K.V,M\ M"' N,,rth sh<,r*
l>r M H l.!:i.i,, t
REICH. Jaaale J s.i. Ml Waahinitton
Av.. M II Hlveraide
RICHMAN gale K .;:., S825 Collins
Ay- m 11 Rlvaralda,
SUNSHINE, Samuel. 77. 16701 N E.
isth Ava N M 11 Rlaabert:
WASCOWITZ. M.ldre.1. 77. 6395 Col-
Iiiin Ave M H Itlveralde
MANDELL. Hannah H 73. of M II
Riverside
RABIN. Roae, 73. of M 11 Riverside
Interment Star f Pavnl
SANDLER. Abraham A.. 7.1. of N M It
Rlveraldc Interment Ml Sinai
W,^'e!S.,.M,,.1'u''1- ss- 390i OoUlna Ave.
M H lll.v-l.rr*
DAVIDSON, Ja.-k R 64. of M It
Ku erslde
LERNER, Max. 74. of M II Larltl
MALAVENDA. Janice Susan "J *si
N w Mth Ava Gordon
Mi Neho.
MAYER, fe.ilia M
bom Riverside
PRINCE. Nathan. II, Ml N W s.lr.l
81 Rh. raids
"XVs "''"> -301 Collins Ave
M It Kl\ ,MM,le
SLATER. Samuel. ; 1711 Miami
Hardens Pr. N M It l^iaabera;
BASSMAN. I.ldore. K70 N W lth
^.' u.''"''""oke Pine* Blvarsidi
GOLDBERG Shetl, T5, of M It. l-iit!
Interment star of Pavld
HABER. Klual.t lh. 71 16v;, Collina
A vi M B Rlversfdi
KESSLER. s,]. 111,. 1. 77. ,.f North Mi-
ami levin
MARKOWITZ, Anna. 4^ IM4 N
SISth ', \ \! R Blasberc
SPIELBERG, in Joseph M J, of
MB Ki. ^ .',
treistman, rn Aaron, rt. i.. \ b
.I'th St Riverside rnterm.nt Ml
Sinai
BERGSTEIN. Sophie 66 BBM W
Ct H verslde
BRaniss. Hannah D Ml s \\ Mih
11 : v. rslde
feldman. Banjanln, n, ,.f v m n
!c v nient Mt Sinsi
freeman. 1 -:h st
li men! Ml S
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 71-23303
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN TMK INTEREST OF:
JOTCE CHANEL WKKBIII.E, and
KIMHEHIA' PATRICIA WKKEIIIJ5,
mfnora
YOU, ALEXANDER WEKERLE.
resldenee la 4Rf&-Rnowden Ave-
nue, Ijoa AtiKi'lea, California, are no-
tified 10 aerve a copy of your answer
to petition for adoption filed in the
Interest of your children with the
Petitioner* attorney. ALVIN E EN-
TIN. 7630 Hlacayne Boulevard, Mi-
ami Florida and file the oriKinal
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before January 12, 1972. other-
wise a default will be entered.
DATED this 2nd day of December,
1971.
E. B. LEA THERM AN.
Clerk
By: C. P. COPELAND
12/10-17-24-31
IEGAL NOTICE
Interment
M. of Hal Har-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 71-24334
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN UK: THE MARRIAGE OF
WILLIAM HEY WOOD.
Husband,
and
IDA ACNES HEY WOOD.
Wife.
TOO IDA ACNES HEY WOOD rea-
Idence unknown. ARE HEREBY NO-
TIKIEP to file your written defenses
to this divorce with the Court's Clerk
and serve a copy upon Plaintiffs At-
torneys, VON ZAMFT A SMITH. 1511
Capital Hank Bids;.. Miami. Florida
on or before the 28th day of Jan..
IITI, else the Complaint will be taken
as confessed.
DATED Deo 1. 1971.
E. B. LEA THERM AN. LMJ--.KK
By: R. M. K188BB
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seall
12 24-31 1 7-14
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-521*
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
SA1.1.Y SOl/IMON
Deceased,
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Ak.ui:-i Said
Estate.
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any clsima and de-
mands which ou may have against
the estate of SALLY SOLOMON de-
, eased late of Ia.1e County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same In duplicate and
is provided In Section 733.16. Florida
Statutes. 111 their offices in the CosjB-
tj Courthouse in Pa.le County. Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of or the same will lie barred.
Pate.l at Miami. Florida, this Mth
t December. A P 1*71
ROBERT H BOLOMt IN
As V7\,.'utor
First publication of this notice on
the ;tth day of Pecember. 1 s-T 1
SPARBER ZKMKL. ROSKIN AND
HEII.BRONNER
PRl 'FESSIONAJ. ASSOCIATION
Attorneys for E\c utor
I ". N His, m\ ne IViulevard.
Miami. Florida
II 24-31 1 7 14
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-12M
(FRANK B. DOWLING)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
RI'TH 8CHIOWITZ
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate: **
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of HITIi BCHIOWITZ
,1.1 eased late of Dade County. Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same In dupli-
cate and as provided rn Section 733-
16. Florida Statutes, In their offices in
Ihe County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty. Florida. within six calendar
months from the time of the first
Cublication hereof, or the same will
e barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 21st
day of Dec AD. 1971.
7.1. H.I.IK BEHKOWITZ
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the .list dav of Dec. 1971.
PAl'L KWITNEY
Attorney for
Estate of Ruth Schlowlt*
420 I .in.-..in Road
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
12/31 1/7-14-21
UGAl MOTKE
IN
AND FOR DA^rCE0UNCU"
FLORIDA-IN PROBATt
In RE: Estate of
BETA MAY BEECHER
Daoad.
To All Creditors and All Per., v. ,.
mgaCU,m, or r^mandi'.;:;-.
JrZ S^SSftuTSS* BndH^-J
mands which you mav la ,nd "-]
the estate of RETA MAY i.l-,'
deceased late of cVde*fU*B
Ida. to the County JudB," ;; J>f-
County and file the" .. !f >1,
cate and as provided i "',. ," (1?"l'-
1. Florida Statutes. | he r ,t!l "
"e County Courthouse ,? j"1,."'
ty. Florida, within six calendar "n-'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY CIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under Ihe fictitious name of
TONE INTERNATIONAL at 495 8.E
10th Ct.. Hlaleah. FIs. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
TONE DISTRIBUTORS. INC.
11 31 1/7-14-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
Ne. 71-5516
(ARTHUR W PRIMM)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
RONALD J. SPABBER
Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
th. estate of RONALD J SPARHER
deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in duplicate
and a* provided In Section 733 1.
Florida statutes, in their offices In
the County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty. Florida. within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this list
day of December, A I). 1971.
BYRON L SPARBER
As Administrator
Ftsst pul-Ucainm of this notice
ihe 241h day of pe\, 1971.
SPARHER. EBMEL, RO8KIN AND
IIE11.HRONNER PA.
Attorneys for Administrator
rth Blscayne Blvd.
II 24-31 1 7-14
As Executor
First publication f this ,
Attorney for Executor
1406 Blscayne Building. Miami Fix
>2 IT-M-Sl 17
that
ngaa-e
tiara*
DOCTOR OF PASK*"^.', CO.
^^namew^rHl,
Fior.d.rCUU COUrt "f ..... %BJf|
ABRAHAM CHVLMAN
,----------------------------_ n -4-31 m
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
,KNOTIi"E -18 HBBB1 GIVES that
the underaigned. dea.r.ng to ei,,.
In business under the f UtkHu -a^I
of SPORTSWEAR INTKI V\T|,.vu
at 337 N.W 25th Sir.-.- Vnlm^n
Clerk of the Circuit Court of PtSI
County. Florida l*a*
PACL EDLOW
STCART SHAPIRO
ANNA SHAPIRO
1! 17
on
.,
Ifth

MOV* ARO. Her! :-. w IU\
Hart B Newman I
t M: S
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
(>r > 0* e Clated S**h*fa
140 SW 5 7-h Ave MU 6583
.a Oar* Strictly MiiBs
Maaaatest Deole*
GOLDBERG. Harry. 7. ?i| SW Mth
>'' Interment Mt \>n>
GOLDSMITH MArv,.
Ina An M R Blai
OKUN 1^1. .- 1741 Tatum Water-
".<> Pr M B Blaaber.
chaiken. Aaron, r n m p
Levitt |i Mi Neho
GOLDBERG. \ Alhambra
ui!lS!,< l '"',! ,; "''on
Herman Ban|nwin. 71 --,'. N E 11th
St Homestead Blast-, c
HOFFMAN. 1 ,, N- 1-

IRVVIN. LotUa. S7>. 6J>0 NW 4:^ St
jablon Anna 7: .ni
v. M It Ne*,
KAUFMAN. CUm. <. of M B R.ver-
Kanser M .- Indian
Creek Dt
LEITSON. BaGlM s.- of M R K
. -_' It Mt Neoo
Michaels Noadi M -.: CoBta*
Ave \t 'i
wOK.N,E^ '"
Pr M R Newman
RI,?HJER' F^r'! H E Rav
- Dr. Bay Harovr IsUnd
'ert
VOR2IMER. Loath MSN F.
Harbor Pr R> Hartv-r IsUDd.
Newman.
oe ma si R*a*x s vr th
^x Interment !
HHIMAUM \ ;,..-
aw s:*-
FREEMAS
M 1- ..or>, l-te-aent M: >
kN2" x -Drexel
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 71-232*5
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN RE The Marriage of
FRANK PARS< i.NS
Husband,
and
JANET ANN PARSONS
\\ '.
Vol. JANET ANN PARSONS.
- re*idanea is ttshakci*-.- st
Paul. Minnesota, are notifie.1 to serve
a conai of >our answer to Complaint
for DtaaohMioa of Marriage filed
against you by Petitioner-Husband's
attorney ALVIN E BKTIN, at 7*30
Biscay re Boulevard. Miami. Fl.ri.ta
and file the original with the Clerk
Of this Court on or before the 12th ,1 ,\
Of January. l7: -e a de-
fault will be entered against vou
PATED this 2nd day of December.
E R LE AT HE R.MAN,
Ch
._ Bj C P Ct 'PEI.AND
(Clrcut DoI Seal!
12 1I-1T-M-S1
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 71-23993
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
IN RE: F MARR,*
RENE T. PRyl'IDI.
Husband
and
MAE H CRQ1IDI.
Wife
T'r-_Jla* H Irquldi. Wife
.k ARE ?UBBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against vou and
you are required to -.n. ., ,.,,,v ,,f
I u- untten defenses, if anv to it
MARVIN I WINNER attorney for
l.ttioner. whose address Is 121-
Ainsley Building. Miami. Florida, and
rile the original with ihe dork of the
!..^e .V*1^-0""" *'n or w'ore Jin-
win k: '-'. '>,nrr'se a default
rlii.fi r,Uvt,vd, *ain*t yon for the
relief demanded in the
petition
This notice shall be published
each -
in
complaint or
I M-ll 17
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN -hat
the undersigned, desiring to encatt in
,,u"i?^ und" ,he Octltloui nam a
BONDED MARINE .,- .. V FJ.
eml Highway. Hallandal* Intend) to
register said name am, th,. ,-|(rlt
SS Circuit Court f Dad* County,
JAYSON LEWIS
PAl'L R-WITNEY
Attorney for applicant
42* Lincoln Rd
Miami Beach, Fla. ;
_^_________|_________H 17-14-11 1 T
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
'N THE: CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COONTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO 71.23795
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
, IN RE: MARRIAGE (>K
EDWARD JOHNSON, H .
and
UlHKAINEJUII\S,,\ Wif.
TO: LORRAINE JOHNSON, Wife
Oaks Field
Nanjnu
Bahamas
TOP ARE BBREBY N-.TIFIEO
that an action for 1 > ..-
rlage has b-en filed j ..nJ
you are r..iuir.-.i to aerve 1 py Of
your written defens. .t
on JACK J WEISS .
for Petitioner, srhos) -1
s W 1st street. Ml in Florida 1
(1TT-MT1), and file II
the clerk of the abovi
or before January
wise a default will I..
you for the relief .', Ih4
complaint or petition.
This notice shall 1- publ -' ed ore*
each week for four consecul urfkf
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and th< -**l
of said court at V la CD
this 9th dav f December, 1971
E H LEATHERN AN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade t'runty '
Bj c p i'. iPEI -\NU
As Deputy Clerk
Itlrcuit Court Seali
Ray
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
s under t u, nanw of
BBRRIN ASSOCIATES at 5 M0 E
Dt(J* II.. s M:xmi 33143 int.
- nUd name with the Clerk of
the Cirvmt Court of Dade
Florida
C.Hinty.
YN K
HERRIN
74 -r.
N -E COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COL NTY
FLORIOAIN PROBATE
N* 7-t SSS*
. o.NST,CE TO CREOITORS
In RE Estate of
; .- .in
Ts AB Creditors and ATI Parana* Hav-
(fa*a*a or Diamib Anal*
are hereby notified and re-
nt* and de-
^.^^L***^ **v *ainst
estate ,rf J
hate of De3
Pade
and fSie t>-. same -. dur-h-
~ XTded tn Sevtion !B \(
Starntee. ir tkeir cfn,-e* in
e***. arlUun six alcxidni
^TVI* a^ f Ge first
ed st HiaaxL PWriot.
ay of IVialu a P
HAROIT> ->Ia>MCV
A* Exevaaar
.First pakBcnUaa of tni*
5.AMI-EL GXH^tTTBtX
ClUga a. Oeaasteta *
Ana* M y **r
MM W,
w-oa-Mii
H1WI 1 -7-14
As < lerk tlrcuit Court
Dade County. Florida
BJ C P tMPEUXD
As Deputy Clerk
lit urt Seal!
MARVIN I WIENER KSO
111! Ah -.. BnIM-v.g v'
Miami. Florida S31SJ
-ney for Petitioner
)___________________M 1T-24-S1 I "
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT-
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA-IN PROBATE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
No -1.&463
In 'f,ANK B DOWLING)
LE Eatali '
PH 1 RAM
I lVceased
v '"-. n ai 1 M 1-, ._,. ,1^.
CUim, ...
11 11; V
Me" tn" "- '' ""''
the
ceased la
the .
and as
. ,le,l
,te*.
In
s:.,-.ute^ in
. ;h* v urthUM
2 *>'na. witain
nfc.r.Tas from the llr
thi* 31M
asMsre on
PnMsnation
he barre,!
. Daie,1 at
day of Pev
h*re.f
sam. m duplicate
"JS 1* '
their
n Pade Co
calendar
the first !
ill ,
ni, '
or the
this 17th
notice on
Miami. Fk.rnla,
a p i:i
H'A PRAM
he 24th day of p^,. ,,-.
N Blacnyn* Bred MUaal Mm
>J :t-3t l 7-14
17-24 !_
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TW1
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO 71-23S9I
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RF
Th, Marriage of
CHAR1_ENE MOTSB,
Wife
and
ppw tRD 111 iTSB,
Husband
TO EDWARD MOTSB
4 St
Br.. ki. New Yrrk
that an a.: Mr:
nage I
you are required t
your 1 :'>
tun 1 ENSK
Petitioner h..e address -
,rd Bldg Miam:. K
il with the
ahoxe --.,,. ,,^irt -. :
nary
will be entered lurs.
relief d. mar.ded in the
peti-
This ncti.-e shall he ou' '
each aeek for ttmr consecut w
in THE .?K\\ 1SH FLORJP1AN .
WTTNE88 my hand and 'he
of said court at Miami. F "" *"
this leth day of December
K R IJWTHBIMAN
A* Clerk. Circuit Court ,
Dade CtMir.tv R-oida 1
Bq C p OOPKI-ANP -t
S^_ Aa Deoaty Clerk
Cft-catt Ctmrt SanD I
,iy"^4T W>LJEV8KT
tM Concord Bab
Attorney for Petitioner
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rday. December 31, 1971
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LEGAL NOT.cc
LEGAL NOTICE
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V
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r-tsifc
Joseph H. Cohen and Sam Pascoe were re-
elected to leadership posts of the 100
Lincoln Road Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund campaign recently.
Committee members include, from left to
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-5335
(FRANK B. DOWLING)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE Kxtx
ii VK.HY IHILI >BER<;
* .. l
To All On d I All Pi r* i ll:i\ -
Ins Claims "i Demands Against Said
i..
\ ou are hi i eby notified and i
quiri il prcstnt any claim*
maud* nhh* you ms-i ha"** agaTnsi
the esta.....i HARRY rjOUdJER'l
ised lad of Dade I 'ountj. Fli r
Ida, ii. the County Judges ol
Bade County, and file
in duplicate and as provided In Sec-
Ii. Florida Statutes, In their
..... 'ounty Courthouse in
hula County, Florida, within a
tndar month- from the time of the
first publication hereof, *>r iht i. inn
n ill be barred
Dated ;ii Miami, Florida, thin i
day of December, All 1971.
ALICE ftOLDBERC,
l l< i Al ICE It GOLDBERG
As Executrix
First publication of thin notici or
day December, 1071.
MYERS, KAPLAN, PORTER,
LEVINS) IN & KENIN
Attorneys for Executrix
11.".0 B.W. lat Street, Miami, Phi
12 31 1 7-14-L'l
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
X( >TICE 18 H EMEKY GIVEN
in i n, ii. desiring lo en|
i ii thi flctillour imi
i \ i BSTMENTS nt 14R1 N.W i
St., M lami, Fla. Intend li
said name n Ith the i 'lerk ii Ihi I
,uii i 'ourl o1 I lade i 'ount)
D.\\ ID GATKMAN n
i
i: I I Y A N l< S
.Ii >EL Ri illRJHIl
right, seated) Mrs. Milton Sands, Joseph H.
Cohen, chairman, and Diane Schwartz;
'standing) Moe P.eiffen, Lillian Winter and
Samuel Pascoe, cochairman.
W orks Of Gerard, Sherwood
Featured By Lowe-Levinson
A two-man show will oi>on with
liw reception at Tempi*
|h Sholoml Ij>wo-I.'\inson Art
lory Wednesday evenines from
00 to 10:00 p,nv, according to
announcement made by Judith
fcuMltr, illrcctor of th Gallory.
The, Jan 5-30 exhibition will
tature the paintings of Jonas Ge-
lid and ceramics of Marilyn
lenvood.
[Born in CasablAnca, Mbrofioo In
0 Jonas Gerard de< e'oped an
fcrly infctost in art under the
e of his Brazilian mother, a
Hited fashion deajgmf and euv-
iderer. Circumttancaa and abil-
1'ii him Into the study of
hanical engineering, lat or
indoned for his primary Inter-
?i of painting,
Marilyn Sherwood, whose work
mica has captivated collec-
ts "i art throughout the coun-
> for many years, was Imrn in
ew York City. After learning of
r. Isaac Fine Will Open
fno Forum's 23rd Season
Dr Isaac Fine will be the guasl
eaker when the Yivo Forum of
r Miami opens its 23rd sea-
n. Thursday, Jan. t>, at 8 p.m. in
I Both Sholom, 4114 Chase
['-. Miami Beach. "The Rise of
bnerican Jewry and Problems of
Future" will be his subject.
Prof. Fine i.s the author of a
Wory of the Jews in Baltimore.
Ititled "The Making of a Jewish
bmmunity." and professor emeri-
>f the Hebrew College in Bal-
A teacher of Hebrew and
|wdish. he also serves as Curator
the Jewish Historical Society
Maryland.
her progressive and eventually
i permanent loss of hearing, she
turned to ceramics,
During her career Marilyn has
I Studied with many famous artists
! and has exhibited Oihru?hour the
' country in museums, galleries, and
private showings. Her work has
won some 25 awards and is in-
cluded in such permanent collec-
tions as Temple Belh Sholom.
' Kastern Air Lines. Kohcrl King
High Tower*. Washington Federal
Savings, and .Miami Art Center. -
Peart Association Plans
lectures At Chai Home
A series of free lectures and
Brnonstrations, to show stroke
UentS and their families how to
ed their return to normal daily
CtivitJes, i.s being planned by the
pearl Association of Greater Mi-
mi.
Prograrns will be held on Mon-
|*.vs from 7:30-9:30 p.m., through
" 31, at the Chai Convalescent
Pme. 13650 NK 3rd Ct, North
'ami. Physicians, nurses, physi-
1 therapist*, social workers.
Htidans, speech therapists and
tcupational therapists will dls-
M all facets of stroke rehabili-
tion during the series.
Lauderdale Lakes To Get
A New Hospital Center
Groundbreaking c e r e m 0 n i es
were held last week for the Laud-
erdale Lakes General Hospital,
planned as a medical center that
eventually will include a 1.000-lx'd
hospital, medical office building
and specialized clinical facilities.
Dr. Maxwell Dauer. project co-
ordinator, is a professor at the
University of Miami School of
Medicine and executive vice presi-
dent Ol Temple Belh Am. He said
the hospital initially will have five
floors and 150 beds, and that the
complex eventually will include a
condominium and rental apart-
ment facilities.
Hollandale Pro To Teach
Tennis At Summer Camp
Tennis pro Lorry Gregory was
recently appointed head teaching
professional at Pocono Highland
Camps, a children's summer camp
in the Pocono Mountains.
Lorry, who has been teaching
tennis for the past five years for
the City of Hallandale. was ranked
fourth in the state in Women's
Singles Competition. She also cap-
tamed the North Miami Beach La-
dies' team which came in second
in the Women's Doubles Competi-
tion of the South Florida League,
Dr. Lichter To Speak On The
Crisis in Public Education
Beth Shalom's second series ol
lectures in its "Coffee. Culture
and Conversation" program will
begin Sunday at 10:30 a.m., in \
the temple, according to an an-
nouncement by James S. Knopke, |
chairman of the program. Dr. j
Solomon Lichter, principal of the
Miami Beach Senior High School
and cochairman of Both Sholom's
school board, will speak on The
Crisis in Public Education."
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND Fort DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-5589
(JOHN R. BLANTON)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
MEIAI.N RENDER
Dect .i^. d,
| To All Creditor* anil All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
you are hereby notified and re-
quired i" present an) ctalma and de-
mands which yu may have against
th. state ol MELVIN BENDER de-
l-eased late of Dade County, Florida,
to thi Count] Judges ol Dadi Coun-
ty, ..ikI tile iiif same in duplicate
hi ,i as i" u\ Ided in Se< lion 1 IS,
Florida Statutes, In their officee In
thi Count) Courthouae In Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within si\ calendar
months from the time of 111.- first
imbtlcatlon hereof, or the same "will
be Dan ed
Dated'at Miami, Florida, lhl 23rd
da) I f Dec. ml>. r. A I> l!'71.
,Itl As Executrix
rir-i publlcaiton of this notice on
t da) of Dec< mber, 1971
SPARUER, ZKMl'l.. ROSKIN AND
HEfl BRONNER
PRl IFES.SK INAL ASSOCIATION
Atl rn. > for Executrix
loo North RJMcayne niv.i.,
Miami, Florida
IS ^1 1 7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CJIVEN that
thr undersigned, ii-KirinK t.. engage In
basin*** under the fictitious naM i i
(j Tor IIS at !':'! Blacayne Boulevard,
Miami. Florida Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of Hie Cir-
cuil Cowl ol Dade <"oimt>. l-lorida.
VAi.-r-TH.\vi:i.. INC.
MICHABL P. i'BASK
Attorney for \':tl-I"-Travel. Inc.
1 .in* s W. Third Avenue
Miami. Florida 33129
18/81 1 7-H--1
First Lodge Meeting Of 72
The Brsl 1972 meeting of the
George Gershwin Knights of Pyth-
ias Lodge 196 will he held on
Monday at 7:80 p.m. in the Surf-
side Community Center. P.G.M.A.
Harry Turansky will chair the
festivities honoring all pa-st chan-
cellors; the inimitable comedian
Hy Davis will entertain.
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTK'E IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th. undersigned, desiring to rngagc In
business under the fictitious name ol
i,i CRUISES AND TRAVEL .it !:*
Blscayne Boulevard, Miami, Florida
Intends t" register ssl'l name with
tin i'lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
VAl.-l-TKAVKI.. IN'"
MICHAEL P CHASE
Attorney f"r Vnl-t'-Travel. Inc.
I!.....b W Third Avenue
Miami, Florida 33129
12/31 1/7-14'M
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-5587
(JOHN R. BLANTON)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Bstati of
HANNAH II MAN DELL
I >. ceaw T.i All Creditor and All Persons Hsv-
ur Di mands Against I;
1
\ n are hereby notified and re-
quireil on eul any claims and de-
mands tvhli I yi u may have again*1
lh< date ol HANNAH H. MANDEL1.
drceaxed late nl Dade County, Flor-
ida, to Ihe County Judges 01 Dade
County, and file th.- same in dupll-
and ;is provided In Section '.
16, Florida Statutes, in their offices
in the County Courthouse In Dade |
County, Florida, within six calendar
1111.nibs in.111 the time >! the first
publication hereof, or the same will
b< barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, tins 23rd
day of December, AH 1971.
IIA KM Y MANDELL
ROSALIE ME8NER
Ai Executors
First publication of this notice on
the 31st >i.iv ..t 1 ) camber, 1971.
MYERS, KAPLAN, 1'oKTEK,
LEVINBON sV KENIN
Attorneys i"i Co-Executors
Suite 8041150 S.W. 1st Str.-.-i
Miami. Florida :i;ii3u
12/31 1/7-14-81
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 71.24799
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
PETITION FOB ADOPTION
IN RE: Petition f"r
Adoption ..f
VII'TOM Ht'fiO l!l_\CHET
and EMMA HI VCHET
TO: FERNANDO AKMANIX*
MAIIAZA
Address Unknown
Yin AMI; HEREBY NOTIFIED
that :i Petition for Adoption of ili<-
minor child MICHAEL ANQELO
MAiiA/.A. has been filed in ih.- abovi
Court and you are required i. serve
a copy of your written objections, if
any, to it on DAVID H. LEVINE.
I :. address is T"1 Ainsley Bldg., 14 N 1:
1st Avenue, Miami, Florida, and file
the original with the clerk of the
above styled Court on or befon
February Tth. 1978; otherwise a de-
fault Hill be entered against you for
lief demanded In the Petition.
THIS NOTICE shall be published
h week for fi.ur consecutive
weeks In THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN
WITNESS my hand and seal "t
said Court at Miami. Dade County,
Florida, this :7th day of December,
1971.
R It I.EATHERMAN,
As Clerk, <"ir. uit Court
Dade 1 'ounty, Florida
By: C P C< 'PELAND
As 11. pui v Clerk
II ir. uit dun Seal)
DAVID II I EVINE, ESQ.
T..4 Ainsley Building
Miami, Florida (Phi nt 377-1S05)
Attorney for Pi titiont 1 s
12. 81 1 7-14-81
Alton tits
1 'orom Um 1 Fla
li .1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-5367
NOTICE OF PROBATE
in FIE Esl.....i
il 1 IRBNCE SIEOEL
I.-..-.,.-. I
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
Ti. Al I. PERSONS INTERESTED
IN TIIR ESTATE (>F SAIp
DECEDENT
v.-'U 11. hereh) notified thai
nstrument purnortlng ti. b-
the last uiii and testament "t
decedent ba> been admitted to nr -
bate in said Court You are here*
commanded within six calends '
ths from the date of the first
puhllcatl......i this notice to appear -
said Court and show cause, it .,1
u can, why th.- h.'tii'ii of said Cou
In admitting said will to proba 1
should not Ktand unrevoked
FRANK B DOWLINO
1 'ounty Judge
By: MBLBA C DICK
Clerk
I.I. A K VVANACOH ESQ.
IS'i s E. 2nd Avenue
Miami, Florida
II
A t lorneyand
SBLSI IN & FBI DMAN ESyS.
1133 Kane Nincoursc
Miami Beach, Fla 1
71 li
First publication of this notici
the "1st day December, 1971
1 7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious nan
ol NOSH'N DELICATESSEN at IS70
Alton Road, Miami Beach, Floi
intends lo register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Ihce
County, Florida.
SAMI'EL TROPPER
riROVER WEIN8TE1N ;
STAlltl.K. PA.
By: Sherwln Stauber, Esq.
Attorney for Samuel Tropper
356 I.in.in Road
Miami l'.i Bob, Floiida
12 81 1/7-14-81
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under Uie fictitious name i>f
SANTIAGO A: CASTELLANO8 Al -
COVNTING AND TAX 8ERVICB at
12802 B.W. tr.th Terrace, Miami, Fl
Intends i> register s;ii,i name wit
the Clerk of the Circuit Court oft
1 >ade 1 lounty, Florida,
MAIL J SANTIAGO I
12 81 1 7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTH'i: IS HEREBY GIVEN that
I the undersigned, desiring t" engage In
l-usin.'ss unilt-r the fi.-tillous name of
Bt'NSHtNE CARPET SERVICE at
1 .-ii N.E ISflth Street, North Miami
Beach, Fl. intsjnda to reajister said
name with th-'-i'iiik of the Circuit
C..ur( of Daai Ci>tit\. Florida.
UODOFRBDO l't I'O
JUKI, ROBRISB
Attorney f.. 1 lak V.wentsN .1 'ol
Coconut Grove, l'l-t -Mi'-
..,..- h2 al 1 7-H-21
!( 1
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION 71-2*814
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF:
VINCENT ANASTASI.
Husband
MARGARET ANASTASI
\\ if.'
TO; MARGARET ANASTASI
99S1 Academy Road
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania-
You. MARGARET ANASTASI. are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required t"
serve .1 copy of y"ur Answer or Plead-
ing to th.- Uiii of Complain! on the
Plaintiffs attorney. BNGEL HAL-
PERN, 1400 N W 10th Av.- Suite
17-G, Miami, Florida and file the
original Irtswer or Plemlinc In the
office of th.- ci.-rk of the Circuit
Court on or before Ihe 11th day of
Feb., 1972 if rou fall to do so, jucbt-
111. nt by 1. fault will !>. taken agalnal
you for the relief demanded In the
Km of Complaint.
This notice shall he published om 1
..oli week for four consecutive weeki
m THB.TEWI8H FIOKIIMAN.
ImiNE \\p ORTJERED al Miami.
EloHda this 28th day of Dec A.D
Ifjfl.
E B LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Cln uit cunt. Dade County, Florida
By: It M KIS8BE
Penutv Clerk
Iflreult Court Si :ill
ENOEL \- H \l PERN
1400 NAV 10th Avenue. Suite 17-CS
Miami Florida
At torniel for Plaintiff
12 II 1 7-14-21
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIHCUIT COURT OF THS
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
71-24812
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
IN ME THE MARRIAOE F: 1
CAROLYN MARROW,
Wife,
and 2?'
PHILIP MARRi W,
Husband
Tl l: MM PHILIP MARROW
Resident I 'nkoou n
You, rilll. 11' MARROW are he.--
by notified that a Bill ol Complai
for Divorce has been filed against
you, and j on are r< iiuln i lo Ben
p) ol your Answer or Plead
to tin- 1:111 of Complaint on th-.
Plalntifl attorney, BNGEL & H.\l
PERN, 1400 N.W. 10th Avenue, Sul
i 'i. Miami. Florida and file ii
original Answer oi Plead! In th
office of the Clerk of thi Clrcul
i'--urt on or before the llth day
Feb., 1972 If you fail lo do so, Judg-
ment by default ill I'l laken aga
S ou for the relit 1 it. mandi .1 In tl
Bin of C implalnt.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weel
in THE JEWISH FLOK1DIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami
Florida, tins 88th da) of Dec, A I
1971
E B LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
B) B M K1SSEE
l puty Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal >
KNGEI. K I1AI PERN
1100 N.W 10th Av.- 17-G
Miami, Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
12 21 I 7-14-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-5519
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
SAMUEL WBTNER
i Eeceasod
To am Creditors ajui All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against 8a
Estate:
you are hereby notified and re.
quired to present any claims and de-
manils which you ma) havi agalnal
the estate of 8AMl'EL w EINER de-
ceaaed late of Dade County, Florida
to the County Judges of Dad Count]
.mil file the same In duplicate i
as provided In Bectlon 733.16, Flor-
ida Statutes, in their offices In tb
County Courthouse In Dade Count)
Florida, within six calendar months
from the time of the first puhlica-
tion hereof, or th.- same will be
!>:n red
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 22n i
day of December, \ n lift.
ADELE MAKlNoWlTZ
1XIROTH V 1 \7 \K
\~ BSxi rutrict s
First publication of this notice or%
the -list day of Dec 1971.
SPARBER. ZBMEL, ROSKIN
AND HBILBRONNER
PRl IFESSIl >NAL ASSi 'C1ATION
Attorneys for Executrioes
lflfl North Blscayne Blvd.
Miami. 11a. 33132
12 ill I 7-14-21


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* Ht tierJdimn
Friday. December
Meet
the
Man
"Flagler's Folly" they call!
when Henry FlaglerannoJ
his dream of opening up;
Florida's potential by.
a railroad to Miami.
"Flagler's Miracle"1 they
it when he not only comp
his dream but crossed
ocean to Key West as we
"The man most responsibl
building Miami and S
Florida" is the way h
known today.
He was a man of action.
And that's why we are nfl
Flagler Federal.
Because we turn dreams
realities.
By investing yo.\
right here in South Fl<
we make peoples'
new homes come true.
And by paying you the h
est return on your savings
help your dreams come tn
Save with us and you.
will be helping to build Mi^
and South Florida.
MMM
MUYNL-
Savings & Loan Association
SAVINGS INSURED TO $20,000 BY f.S.U.C.
101 Nr^irrt Menu*. 570Nt. list St HlNu"7J!l J^Vr"""* CominCMW.
377-1711 755SS 'n'*~*'* &>. w HOUrWMFKi
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Interett Compounded Daily
From Date of Deposit to Oat*
of Withdrawal