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The Jewish Floridian
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February 18, 1972

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
February 18, 1972

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

Full Text
Campaign Total Soars To $ 3 Million
The Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
campaign total has soaied to
more than $3 million according
to a campaign progress report
issued by Harry A. Levy, cam-
paign chairman. The total
amount of money raised as of
Feb. 8 is $3,244,591, a 60% in-
crease over what the same con-
tributors pledged to the 1971
campaign.
Robert Russell, Federation
president, said he couldn't be
more pleased with the campaign
results. "We owe the current
success of onr efforts to our
young dynamic leadership," he
said. "It Is their determination
and persistence that have se-
cured such a high rate of in-
crease over prior campaigns."
Commenting on his report,
Mr. Levy said, "If everyone con-
tinues to do his part, we should
have little trouble in reaching
our $11 million campaign goal.
Once Miamians realize that the
annual campaign aids Jews
here and throughout the world,
then I think they will make an
even greater effort on behalf of
the campaign."
Mr. Levy said that the $L58,-
623 allocated to 21 local agen-
cies in 1971 helped provide Mi-
amians with needed social serv-
ices, but this year $203,000 more
is needed In order to maintain
the same level of services.
"If we want our aged to have
the proper love and care they
so rightfully deserve, we need
more money for hospitals and'
residences like the Douglas Gar-
dens Jewish Home for the Aged,"
said Mr. Levy.
"If we want our young, who
may be troubled and have prob-
lems, to receive the professional
counseling and direction they
need, we must raise more money
for agencies like the YM &
YWHA and the Jewish Family
& Children's Service. And if we
want our sick and; handicapped
to remain functional in our com-
munity, we must provide more
money to the Jewish Vocational
Service," he added.
The campaign report also
showed that 59 gifts from the
Pacesetters ($10,000 and over)
have been committed in the
amount of $2,235,260. These gift*
produced $1,038,150 in the 1971
campaign. The increase so far in
this division is 115%.
"It is also noteworthy," said
Mr. Levy, "that of the Pace-
setters group, under the chair-
manship of Eli Timoner and
Stephen Muss, nine gifts have
been in the six figure category
($100,000 plus I totaling $1,257.-
000. These same donors con-
tributed $405,000 in 1971."
Continued on Page 12-.*.
"tfewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 45 Number 7
Miami, Florida Friday, February 18, 1972
Three Sections Price 20c
Man Believed To Be Barbie
Freed By Bolivia, Escapes
PARIS (JTA) Bolivian au-
thorities have been accused of
permitting the escape of the man
believed to be Klaus Barbie, a
wanted Nazi war criminal while
two French military judges were
obtaining documentary evidence
in Munich that would confirm
the suspect's identity.
Mrs. Beate Klarsfeld, an anti-
Nazi German who has been
tracking Barbie, claims that a
traction known as Klaus Alt-
niaiin Is Barbie, the notorious
Gestapo "butcher of Lyons."
Altmann, who was jailed by
the authorities in La Paz last
week for non-payment of a debt
to the government, was released
yesterday after friends of his
paid the $4,000 he owed. Mrs.
Klarsfeld said that Barbie Alt-
mann still owed $10,000 which
should have been grounds en-
Bolivian citizen of German ex-
ough to hold him in custody un-
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News Brl
Explosion Kills Technion Scientist
TEL AVIV (JTA)Dr. Amnon Tzservinsky, 34, a scien-
tist at the Technion's Aeronautics Department, was killed Thurs-
day in an explosion that wrecked the rocket propulsion labora-
tory at the Haifa Institute. His assistant, Tzvi Avni, suffered
from severe shock having apparently been thrown against a
wall "by the blast, and was hospitalized. Police and Labor Minis-
try officials theorized that a bottle containing an inflammable
material fell, or that there was a gas leakage.
French Lawyer Denies Charges
PARIS (JTA) A French lawyer, accused by an Israeli
group of having been a Nazi collaborator during World War II,
denied the charge vehemently and cited his record as an anti-
Nazi resistance fighter for which he was decorated after the
war. Johannes Ambre is the attorney for Claude Lipsky, a French-
Jewish financier who fled to Israel last year to avoid arrest in
connection with his alleged role in a major financial scandal.
The Association of Anti-Nazi Fighters and Victims of Nazism
Lin Tel Aviv have lodged a criminal complaint with Israeli police
charging Ambre with collaboration with the Nazis and the Vichy
I regime.
\Panthers Fined, Put On Probation
JERUSALEM (JTA)Three Black Panther leaders were
ied $240 each by a magistrate's court and put on three vears'
jbation for behavior likely to incite to riot during Panther
^monstrations in Jerusalem last August. The three were given
month suspended sentences to be activated at any time
ring the next three years if they commit a similar offense.
ey were charged with assulting police officers, disorderly
iduct and unlawful assembly.
\irage Draft Approved By Cabinet
JERUSALEM (JTA)The Cabinet empowered Israel's
sbassador in Paris, Asher Ben Natari, to conclude the ncgotia-
with the French government over the release to France
Mirage fighter planes purchased by Israel but held under
arms embargo imposed in 1967 by President Charles De
He.
til his identity was established.
Altmann disappeared after his
release from jail and French
news media speculated that he
smuggled himself into Paraguay,
a country where many wanted
Nazis live unmolested.
Mrs. Klarsfeld, who visited La
Paz in connection with the Bar-
bie case earlier this month, said
the suspect's release was part of
a tug-of-war between Bolivian
Army circles friendly to the ex-
Nazi and public opinion in that
country which wanted him held
in the interests of justice until
his identity could be established.
Meanwhile, military judges
Gaston Depierrols and Alphonse
Alphonse Parte received from
the West German Attorney Gen-
eral, a file of documents said to
include decisive autropometric
comparisons between the physi-
cal appearance of Barbie and
that of Klaus Altmann.
Also reportedly among the
documents was the testimony of
a woman who knew Barbie in
Stadtbergen, West Germany,
shortly after World War II. Ac-
cording to her affidavit, Barbie
asked her to forward his mail
under the name of Klaus Alt-
mann when he emigrated to
South America.
Floridian Receives ADL 's
Communal Service Award
The Jewish Floridian will receive the first Jewish Com-
munal Service Award presented by the Florida Regional
Board of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith accord-
ing to an announcement made this week by William M.
Alper, chairman of the ADL Board.
Mr. Alper noted the ADL has created the award to give
recognition and encouragement to those persons and organi-
zations whose service to the Jewish community in Florida
has been particularly meritorious.
In presenting the award to The Jewish Floridian, Mr.
Alper said, "We are recognizing the unique contribution that
the Floridian has played as a means of communication be-
tween our area's many Jewish groups. We also pay honor
to the Floridian for being an education resource for the com-
munity, weekly bringing to our homes information from local,
national and international sources, which keep its readers in-
formed on Jewish affairs at home and abroad."
Mr. Alper, who noted that the Jewish community fre-
quently takes the Floridian for granted, said, "We might do
well to reflect upon its values by considering the situation
of Je*ws in other lands or those who live in small communi-
ties in the United States who are denied the opportunity,
or who are without the resources, to maintain a Jewish
community newspaper."
The award to the Floridian will be presented to its pub-
lisher, Fred K. Shochet, during a special ceremony at the
annual Leonard L. Abess Human Relations Award Luncheon,
Sunday, Feb. 27, at the Dupont Plaza Hotel.


Feb. 24-27 Inaugural Conference
To Launch Biggest Bond Campaign
The most comprehensive cam-
paign ever undertaken to mo-
bilize investment capital for Is-
rael's economic development will
be launched next week at the
1972 International Inaugural
Conference for Israel Bonds.
The conference, scheduled
Thursday, Feb. 24, to Sunday,
Feb. 27, at the Fontainebleau
Hotel, will bring together more
than 2,000 top Jewish leaders
from the United States and Can-
ada. It will mark the official
opening of the worldwide cam-
paign to sell $450 million in Is-
rael Bonds in 1972.
Highlighting the session will
be an appearance by Gen. Haim
Bar-Lev, the Israeli military
leader who is slated to be his
country's next Minister of Com-
merce and Industry. Gen. Bar-
Lev will be the principal speaker
at an Inaugural Dinner on Sat-
urday, Feb. 26.
One of his country's foremost
defense strategists, Gen. Bar-
Lev served for four years as
chief of staff of the Israel de-
fense forces. He was the chief
architect of the famed Bar-Lev
Line, Israel's rock-ribbedi forti-
fications along the Suez Canal.
Another high point of the
dinner will be a tribute to the
chairmen of communities in the
United States and Canada which
produced more than $1 million
in Israel Bond sales in 1971.
The chairmen will be feted for
outstanding leadership in a year
when a record high of $251 mil-
lion in Bond sales was recorded
worldwide.
Sam Rothberg, general chair-
man of the Israel Bond Orga-
nization and chairman of the
conference, termed the 1971 re-
sults an impressive achieve-
ment, but said the 1972 drive
would be even more critical for
Israel's future He added that
the extraordinary goal of $450
million reflects the concern of
world Jewry for Israel's con-
tinued security at a time of
severe trial.
The challenges facing Israel
were outlined reecntly by Fi-
nance Minister Pinhas Sapir to
more than 150 key U.S. Israel
Bond leaders. Mr. Sapir urged
an expanded com mitment
through the 1972 Israel Bond
drive for three main reasons:
1. To strengthen Israel's econ-
(Continued on Page ISA,


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Friday, February 18, 1972
Arthur Godfrey Speaker At
NCCJ's Brotherhood Dinner
Arthur Godfrey, the well-known j inK Ordinance 1201 on February
radio and television personality. I 15. 1*6. changing the name of
will be the featured speakee at the|41st Street to "Arthur Godfr
NiiTU-haT^roltft-retuo'of CtirisfTanrrTfrmd." -
and Jews Annual Brotherhood A, (hc NCCJ Annual Brother-
Dinner Thursday. Feb. 24. at the nood Dirmer, the si|ver Medallion
Foutamebieau Hotel, it was an- of Brotherho nounced by the Dinner Chairman. stowod u[x,n the three outstanding
Thomas C. Wasmuth. chairman of citizens of the threo major faiths
the Board of Burdine's.
Mr. Godfrey was the Brat prom-
inent entertainer to originate re-
gularly scheduled nationwide radio
nnd television programs from the
Miami area. When he initiated
who have made the most signifi-
cant contributions in community
and civic affairs.
The honorees receiving the
awards are Sister M. Dorothy
! Browne. O.P.. president of Barry
them in 1953. Rrateful Miamians College: Dr. Irving Lehrman. rabbi
hailed him for the wonderful publi- of Temple Emanu El, Miami
city the South Florida area re- ; Beach, and Harry Hood Bassett.
ceived as television screens showed : chairman of the boards of South-
Latliing beauties to a nation buried ; east Banking Corp- and the First
j National Bank of Miami. Dr.
Henry King Stanford, president of
the University of Miami, was
chairman of the Nominating Com-
mittee.
The National Conference of
Christians and Jews is a civic
organization composed of all re-
ligious faiths who work together
to promote cooperation and mutual
understanding amongst all reli-
gious and racial groups. The pro-
ceeda of the NCCJ Brotherhood
Dinner is the principal means of
support for all NCCJ programs.
in late Spring snows.
The City of Miami Beaeh dem-
onstrated it appreciation by pass-
Ner Tamid Children Will
Appear On Ch. 10 Sunday
The children of Temple Ner
Tamid Religious School will ap-
pear on Ch. 10 Sunday at 9:30
a.m. The theme of the program
will be "Highlights from the Con-
secration Services." held this past
week at Temple Ner Tamid.
Participating, in addition to Dr.
Eugene Labovit/. Rabbi, Emanuel
Fedar, educational director, and
Abraham Kraahinsky, music direc-
tor, will be Patti Avick. Miriam
Levy, Oscar Schneider. Randy
Bernard. Barry Zeidel. Steven
Goodman. Madelyn Levy. Mona
Sue Lorber, Richard Block.
Michelle Himelstein, Marc Finer,
Loren Gi"eenberg. Steven Neufeld.
Ronald Friedman. Illenie Good-
man and Michelle Rapehik.
ARTHUR GODFKE1
Development Program For
Interama To Be Presented
The Rouse Company will pre-
sent its action program for the
development of the Interama site
in conjunction with America's
Bicentennial Celebration in 1976
s.t the Inter-American Center Ait-
.hority's meeting Monday at 2:00
p.m. in the Assembly West Room
of the Dupont Plaza Hotel.
A press conference with Rrvse
Company officials and authority
members is scheduled immediately
following the meeting and copies
of the final report will be avail-
able to members of the press,
radio and TV.
More than ever before Israel
needs your help. Strengthen
the State of Israelgive to
the U J A and buy
ISRAEt BONDS.
Mayshio Friedberg
National Hebrew
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Dachau never happened,
luchenwald was just a brutal
lighfmare.
[Things like that just couldn't
happen in the 20th Century.
Those Israeli school children weren't
really murdered by terrorist
bombs in June of 1970.
Syptian missiles, only seconds
ray from Israel, don't really
have the power to destroy Israel's
schools, hospitals, industries and
homes. And all of its people.
Things like that just couldn't be
happening in the 20th Century.

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it Dachau, men dreamed of Israel
heir dream must live.
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Friday, February 18, 1972
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Friday, February 18, 1972
Volume 45
3 ADAR 5732
Number 7
Bonds Important To Israel
Thousand of American and Canadian Jewish leaders
gather here next weekend to launch the worldwide cam-
paign on behalf of the Israel Bond Organization. The im-
portance of this annual conference to the future economic
health of the Jewish state was given additional drama by
the emergency meeting called by Prime Minister Goida
Meir in which a number of Miami men participated sev-
eral weeks ago.
In his new role as Minister of Commerce and Industry,
Lt. Gen. Haim Bar-Lev will be the major speaker from
Israel. The shift of Bar-Lev from chief of staff of the Israel
defense forces to the Ministry of Commerce is a classic
illustration of the Israel dilemma: a nation building its
economy in the face of continued military threat, with dedi-
cated men for whom the shift from military uniform to
civilian clothes is all part of their commitment to freedom
and security of the Jewish people.
This year's goal is almost double the sale of $251 mil-
lion in bonds during 1971 and out of this inaugural con-
ference should come the impetus for a successful campaign.
The free dollars that American Jews contribute to the
social needs of immigrants to Israel, for support of hos-
pitals, schools and other institutions are important to the
survival of the Jewish state. But just as important are the
interest-bearing bonds which enable Israel to plan its eco-
nomic program and maintain a defense establishment
which insures its security.
Leading figures of the Israeli government will be in
the Greater Miami area to help launch the 1972 Israel
Bond campaign, a campaign which in the light of experi-
ence promises to exceed the record-breaking total of bonds
sold in 1971. That we have been chosen again as the site for
the opening of the campaign is not only a testimonial to
our beautiful weather but to the welcoming climate that
Jewish causes find among the permanent residents of
Greater Miami, and its visitors.
Award Is Fitting
The Jewish Theological Seminary has named one of
its highest awards in honor of former Chief Justice Earl
Warren and it is fitting that this year's recipient is to be
Isidor I. Rabi. the great physicist who won the Nobel Prize
in 1944.
At its annual convocation here, the Conservative
movement's foundation will cite Dr. Rabi as one who
exemplifies the striving for justice and brotherhood that
animated the chief justice during his career on the U.S.
Supreme Court. It will be one of the highlights of a full
day of cultural and social activity which distinguishes this
yearly convocation of the Jewish Theological Seminary in
South Florida.
Discrimination Still Exists
The American Jewish Committee has charged that
the new Federal guidelines on discrimination because of
religion represents a substantial retreat on the part of gov-
ernment since the guidelines rely on voluntary, rather
than compulsory, actions by employers in the hiring of
Jews and Catholics.
Coincidentally, last week, the old coalition of Southern
Democrats and conservativ3 Republicans combined to take
the teeth out of enforcement powers of the Federal Egual
Employment Opportunity Commission. While effectiveness
of the Commission was felt primarily by the black and
brown minorities, the conjunction of the two actions by
the present administration and its allies in Congress point
up the fact that discrimination in our na'ion still exists,
for Jews and other minorities much as we would like to
believe that it too has gone the way of overt anti-Semitism.
MATTER OF FACT
WASHINGTON In the com-
ing presidential campaign, the
matter of forced busing to
achieve school desegregation is
pretty sure to be a burning is-
sue. In the customary secret
recesses of the White House,
work is now going forward on
an ant'bi'.ir"T amendment to
the Constitution.
What President Ntxon has
asked for is an amendment which
would strike down the more
extreme busing decisions by the
federal courts, while not revers-
ing; the Souths progress toward
unitary school systems. What
the P-^sidont wants, in fact, is
OT5^r^
by JOSEPH ISM
a bit like squaring the circle.
BUT IF THE right language
can somehow be found, it is vir-
tually certain that, the Presi-
dent will offer (or perhaps en-,
dorse after someone else has
offered) an antibusing ann nd-
ment originating.,in the White)
House. And if the right lau-..
guage for an amendment cannot
be found, it is oven.more cer-
tain that the Justice IX'pr.rt-
ment will be ordered to appear,
with conspicuous drama, as
amicus curiao in one of the many
antibusing suits.
In taking this stand for the
campaign, of couiso, .President
Nixon will not depart in the
least from his past position on
busing. It is markedly diffe
with the Democrats, whose
plight is best suggested by the
story of Sen. George McGov-
ern's quick switch.
THE STORY began with suc-
cessive conversations on the Mc-
Govern campaign plane with
three reporters, Theodore White,
this reporter's brother and
Thomas Braden. All three stress-
ed to the senator the divisive-
ness of the busing issue, the
emotions it was generating and
the aid and comfort it was be-
ginning to give to the Ameri-
can right wing.
By the time Braden's turn
came, Sen. McGovern was se-
riously concerned. Thus he totd
Braden he was nearly ready to
come out, four-square, against
the recent Richmond decision
and the kind of massive busing
(Continued on Page IS-A)
COMMENT

XViX

bv EDWARD i
If you >aw tne article in The
Miami News last week, some of
you probably had the same re-
action: Is it good for the Jews?
The headline read: "Pro-Is-
rael, Arab Oil Interests Square
Off." and the story went on to
tell how the conflict is evolving
"in this general election year"
both American Jews and the
Arab oil interests being the
source of major political contri-
butions.
I'VE WRITTEN about this be-
fore in recent months, but read-
ing it in a nationally-circulated
article gave it a somewhat dif-
ferent slant. There was almost
a feeling of relief that there is
no law which really requires
presidential candidates to reveal
their contributors and, as Sen.
Henry Jackson is reported to
have said in the Fort Lauder-
dale News & Sun Sentinel, it is
none of the voters' business.
In all fairness to Sen. Jack-
son, he is acting no differently
than the other candidates in the
Florida Primary with the ex-
ception of Sen. George McGov-
ern who has-put on record with
the Secretary of State the list
of those Floridians who have
contributed to his campaign.
AFTER reading the News ar-
ticle. I got hold of a copy of
the list and I can tell you That
while there is a large number
of identifiable Jewish names, the
amounts they have given can
only land I don't mean to be
insulting* be labeled as
" Hardly the
of money that can buy a
date, if indeed any o: then
really be bought.
While it has been obvioui that
McGovern ha? Jewish support
among those unrecons:
ed liberals, the only tangible
sign of Jewish establishment fa-
vor for Jackson and Sen. Hu-
bert Humphrey, in particular,
has been more than normal ex-
posure to national and inter-
national Jewish conferences that
make Miami Beach the winter
Jerusalem.
IT IS very likely that some
of the Israel Bonds and UJA
money rubs off there was
a typical dinner fund-raiser for
Jackson this week but that's
only conjecture and since pub-
lication of contributors is vol-
untary we'll probably never
know.
The one-sided establishment
involvement in the presidential
campaign is, however, only one
manifestation of the return to
an attitude which Norman
Podhoretz, coincidentally titles
"Is It Good for the Jews?" in
the February issue of Commen-
tary.
"I think." he writes, "that Jews
must once again begin to look
at proposals and policies from
the point of view of the Jewish
interest, and must once again
begin to ask what the conse-
quences, if any. of any proposal
or policy are likely to be so far
as the Jewish position is con-
cerned."
OF COFRSE. Podlv-reU is
not "counseling the Jews to
w h iraw into a self-regarding
parochialism ... I do not say
that Jews should begin and end
with the Jewish Interest; I only
'.at they should begin with
it. thai it should bo the first
rather than the last considera-
that enters their mind ."
Commentary editor*! long
piece on what, is in effect, a call
withdrawal of Jewish inter-
est from the universal concerns
with which it has been identi-
fied for at least tour decades
in this country, comes as no sur-
prise to those who hajre beer,
following the ideological turn
of that magazine for jsome urn.-
now.
It surely is not" a new po-
tion, for the withdrawal symp-
toms were noted in this column
almost exactly two yeas* ago
(April 17, 1970), wh/Mi I noted
that "It used to be that you
could identify a Jew as easily
by his politics as by his mother
. by his liberal stance."
And Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
of Temple Menorah in a paper
delivered at a meeting of the
Greater Miami Rabbinical As-
sociation, provided some proph-
etic words, around that date.
HE PROPOSED an "almost
total withdrawal from liberal
activism, including such pro-
grams as peace demonstrations,
involvement in the black revo-
lution and even the issue of
civil rights. ... As spiritual
leaders of the Jewish commun-
ity we must develop a set of
priorities in which 'what is good
for the Jews' will determine the
degree of rabbinical involvement
in any cause facing our commun-
ity. We must have our con-
cern for Israel as the central
core of our calls. With Halevi
we must look upon our world
with its center in Israel." Rabbi
Abramowitz said.
Thus it came to pass in 1972.
that the headline read:
Israel. Arab Oil Interests Square
Off." The question is not as i
rhetorically of the Norman
Podhoretaas and Rabbi Abramo-
witzes: Is That Good for th*.
Jews?
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Leadership Assembly
Scheduled Wednesday
The Soviet Jewry Committee of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion (GMJF) will sponsor a lead-
ership assembly at 8:00 p.m.
Wednesday, according to Dr. May-
er Abramowitz, chairman of the
committee and spiritual leader of
Temple Menorah.
The program, to be held in the
new Federation Building at 4200
Biscayne Blvd., will feature Rachel
(Mrs. Mayer) Abramowitz, who
recently returned from Israel af-
ter attending the International
Conference of Sovietologists, as
the guest speaker.
Mrs. Abramowitz was asked by
the University of Miami to serve
as the school's official observer at
the conference, which attracted
the world's most outstanding au-
thorities on Soviet national poli-
cies and attitudes, Dr. Abramo-
witz explained.
And since the proceedings of
the conference were not released
to the press during the meetings,
Mrs. Abramowitz's presentation
will contain many new facts and
figures on Russian immigration
and different interpretations of
the Soviet Union's reasons for its
Capacity Crowd Expected At
Ner Tamid 'Night Of Stars'
A capacity crowd is expected to
attend Temple Ner Tamid's "Night
of Stars" Saturday evening in the
main sanctuary, Louis Suchman,
chairman of the concert commit-
tee, has announced.
The 8:15 p.m. program will fea-
ture international singing star Jo
Amar, the Four Ayalons and the
Temple's own Cantor Edward
Klein, in a selection of Hebrew,
Yiddish and English songs.
Henry Howard To Speak
The Miami Public Library will
present veteran stage actor Henry
Howard at 2 p.m. Wednesday in
the library's auditorium. Mr. How-
ard, program chairman of the
South Florida Council of B'nai
B'rith, will discuss "The Rise and
Fall of the Yiddish Theatre in
America."
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The talk will also include interest-
ing observations made at the con-
ference concerning Russia's over-
all attitude toward the Middle
East.
"I hope that the discussions
that take place at the assembly,"
said Dr. Abramowitz, "will prompt
the participants to set up priori-
ties, suggest guidelines and establ-
ish new courses of action so that
the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity can come to the aid of its
Russian brothers."
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Stanley Gilbert Named To
Head Planning Committee
Stanley R. GUImm-1 has been ap-
IHijutcil chairman of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation's Plan-
ning Committee on Services for
Culler Youth by Robert Russell,
president, according to an announ-
cement made at a meeting of the
GMJFVs Board of Directors.
Mr. Gilbert's committee will be
rosixinsible for analyzing the social
and eduational needs of Jewish
college students in Florida. The
group will examine how these
needs are presently being met
and determine what new programs
can !>e instituted to provide stu-
dents with further services.
The appointment is another In
a long list of positions Mr. Gilbert
has held in the interest of serving
the Greater Miami community.
He is presently chairman of the
Hoard for the Greater Miami YM
YWHA. He also serves on the
GMJF*s Hoard of Governors and is
a; member of the Federation's
Leadership fa hi net of 100 of the
1$72 Combined Jewish Appeal-Is-
rael Emergency Fund campaign
A former board member and
| vice president of Temple Beth
I Am. Mr. Gilbert is also Hb
I as a member of the GMJF*s Cen-
I tury Club.
Student Body To Present
A 'Purim Spiele' Sunday
The student body of Yeshiva
Day School. 990 NE 171st St., will j
' present a "Purim Spiele" at 11 '
! a.m. Sunday. In addition, there
j will be a special presentation by |
. the combined Nursery and Kinder-
! garten class. A highlight of the
program will be the second ap-
pearance of the school's choir un-
der the leadership of Rabbi Moshe
I Greebel. principal.
; Rabbi Greebel will also be the ,
guest speaker at a social get-to-
gether for the mothers of the PTA
in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mil-
toll J. Gottlieb Thursday. Feb. 24.
I at 8 p.m.
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* Jewish ncrkflan
Friday, February 18, 1972
WHICH DEMOCRATIC CANDIDA!
\
OPEN
In a few weeks the people of Florida
will play a major role in selecting the 1972
Democratic Presidential Nominee.
For several months now the Jewish com-
munity of Greater Miami has been bom-
barded by high powered campaigns. Our
community has been courted, our press
saturated, our homes visited, our mail-
boxes flooded in an effort to convince us
that this candidate of that candidate is "Is-
rael's best friend" or the "Jews best friend."
Sadly enough even certain Jewish institu-
tions have given the impression of becom-
ing vehicles for partisan political aspira-
tion.
We are Jewish youth leaders from the
Miami area. Many of us attend the Hebrew
Academy or the Mesivta High School. We
are or have been the officers of the student
bodies of those schools as well as of the
Miami Jewish Youth Council and the South-
ern region and Miami chapters of our na-
tional synagogue and temple youth orga-
nizations. We are not however speaking
to you now in any official capacity but
rather as concerned Jewish young adults.
We do not have the Chutzpa to tell you
how to vote we only ask that you con-
sider all the facts before voting.
We are supporting Senator Hubert Hum-
phrey of Minnesota for the Democratic
Nomination. We do this because we think
there is more than one issue to consider
and because we are impressed with the
sincerity and devotion with which Senator
Humphrey has long championed the causes
we believe in.
The Senator from Minnesota has a rec-
ord that speaks for itself:
More major humanitarian legislation
bears his name than those of all the other
candidates combined: Peace Corps, Medi-
care, Food for Peace, extended Social Se-
curity Benefits, and the National Defense
Loan Program which has helped millions
of students meet the rising cost of college
education. He hastsbown a compassion for
the poor, the aged, and the infirm not only
in these programs but in his historic pro-
posal for a Marshall Plan to rebuild the
cities of America. -
His experience encompasses both for-
eign and domestic affairs. He authored the
Nuclear Test Ban treaty. He led the fight
to create the United States Arms Control
and Disarmament agency. As Senator and
Vice President he was in charge of delicate
negotiations with many foreign heads of
states and officials and served on the
United States delegation to the United
Nations.
* While many politicians today seem to
thrive on playing one ethnic or racial group
against another, Senator Humphrey has al-
ways believed in a pluralist America and
has steadfastly refused to curry favor with
any group at the expense of another.
BUT WHAT ABOUT JEWISH ISSUES?
Frankly, We feel it is an insult to Jewish
voters to only talk to them about Israel or
Soviet Jewry. We feel that peace, compas-
sion, healing the sick (where were theother
contenders when Hubert Humphrey Jed
the lonely struggle to create Medicare?)
feeding the hungry, teaching children, and
racial harmony are all "Jewish issues" *isq.
In fact, we introduced several of them tcv
mankind some 3,500 years ago. -...-. q\
Of course there are specific contempor-
ary issues that we as Jews have a special,
concern for. In these matters also Senator
Humphrey enjoys a unique record which
we deem worthy of our unstinting support.
He has traveled the length and breadth
of America for over 25 years speaking at
Jewish functions, raising funds for Jewish
causes, and being in the forefront of every
struggle dear to Jewish hearts. From work-
ing for the creation of the State of Israel to
helping safeguard the Sabbath observor's
constitutional rights, his has been a quarter-
century of accomplishment.
* Others may create a great deal, of
publicity over "being Israel's best frTencT"
Obviously Israel needs the military sup-
plies that current legislation allows her to
boy from the United States. But such legis-
lation regularly is endorsed by dozens of
Senators (including all presidential hope-
fuls) and passes by overwhelming margins.
Senator Humphrey, while always cospon-
soring such legislation, has never taken
personal credit for this. He would rather
have the world know that these planes
represent the bipartisan support of..the
American people than to squabble with
others over who should take the lion's
share of domestic glory for doing what is
only just and correct in the first place. .-
* Yet there are fundamental differences
between the Senator's record on Israef and
that of his opponents.
* They usually call for the United States
to seH or extend credits to Israel to boy
American weapons. For years Senator Hum-
phrey hae called on the United States.to
make a binding treaty with Israel in order
to give her (as we do our NATO allies) the
weapons she needs for her survival. Sen-
ator Humphrey has decried the fact that the
prime minister of Israel must come to
America to beg for arms or be at the elec-
tion year mercies of political figures. We
should not, he feels, make political gain
out of what is our moral obligation.
Everyone talks of military aid to Israel.
But, the same enlightened compassion that
marks the Senator's overall record also
flavors his view towards Israel.
* He was among the first to call for di-
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rect economic aid to Israel to help absorb
the 750,000 refugees thrown out of Arab
lands (and more recently for those fleeing
Soviet ftussia also). Unlike the other con-
tender?, he first made this call not in the
current election year but years ago.
^'tte is the only candidate to talco a
ctear -position on the city of Jerusalem
wrHch'fHe United States refuses'to recog-
nize as capital of Israel. Senator Humphrey
calfs-this "gross hypocrisy" and has called
6Vv the United States to back Israel's claim
to a united Jerusalem as capital of Israel
in--which the religious shrines and holy
places of all faiths are honored-and are
under autonomous control (in contrast to
the. Jordanian destruction of the Old City
Jewish Quarter in 1948-67 which Senator
Humphrey has, unlike his opponents,
strongly condemned).
Other candidates support military aid
to Israel because, beyond the domestic po-
litical benefits, they believe in arming any
nation beset by Communist supported ag-
gression. Certain of them did the cause of
Israel no benefit by declaring that they
support her just as they support the gov-
ernment of South Vietnam. Whatever his
record on Vietnam (and the Pentagon Pa-
pers demonstrated that every seminal de-
cision to escalate that sorry war was made
before Humphrey became Vice President in
1965) Senator Humphrey has never equated
Israel and South Vietnam. We feel those
who do are not as good a friend of Israel
as they might want us to bel ieve.
Is Israel a means or an end in itself? Sen-
ator Humphrey has always treated her as
thelatter.
>. -
"__ Of course there is so much more we
could talk about:
. ..-..-
Soviet Jewry years before this became
an "IrV" issue Senator Humphrey was
speaking out on behalf of the cultural and
feJjg^pus rights of Soviet Jews, and on their
-"right"to emigrate to the nationspf their
choice. More recently white others were
?nfcktrig sure that they received maximum
press coverage on this issue Senator Hum-
phrey was quietly but firmly helping So-
viet Jewry. He personally raised their
plight with Premier Alexis Kosygin in 1969.
Humphrey doesn't feel he needs awards
or accolades for helping lead the diplo-
matic struggle for Soviet Jewry. Maybe if
more politicians felt this way we wouldn't
have to wait for ir\ election year to hear
from them on the issue.
* Domestic Jewish Civil Rights In this
area Humphrey stands alone. His deep
concern for the quality of life of all Amer-
icans has long placed him in the forefront
of the struggle for the constitutional right
of ad citizens. A Jew denied housing, re-
fused employment or discriminated against
in educational opportunity because of his
religion will be backed in court by the fed-
eral government because of legislation pro-
posed, written, and guided through Con-
gress by Senator Hubert Humphrey. His
special concern for the rights of Sabbath ob-
servers and, at explicit request of Orthodox
Jewish leaders, to create legislative safe-
guards for kosher slaughter, must also be
mentioned.
In closing we urge all Floridians to weigh
these facts, consider these issues, and join
us in supporting Senator Hubert Humphrey
for president in the March 14th primary.
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others. Contributions of time or money are
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President Jewish Yeuth Council of Greater Miami
JAY DENNIS
President North Miami Beach Chapter
National Conference of Synagogue Youth
FRANCES GLUSHAKOW
Recording Scretary Miami Beach High School
Secretary United Synagogue Youth-Southeast Region
ARVIN JAFFE
Southeast Federation of Temple Youth
District Vice President
MARK MILLER
President National Conference of Synagogue Youth
Southern Region 1970-71
DAVID POLLACK
National Community Relations Commission
National Conference of Synagogue Youth
IRVIN REINHARD
Vice President United Synagogue Youth
Southeast Region
BARBARA WALDMAN
President Miami Beach Chapter
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By RABBI DAVID SHAPIRO
T< nifnV viiini. Hollywood
This week's sodrah, TVrumah
(p-Jxodus 23 deals with the fur-
i-ihiims of the Tabernacle in the
wilderness.
The Taber-
nacle was the
'orerunner of
the ancient Tom-
lie in Jerusalem,
which in turn,
gave way to the
Synagogue.
Thus we tee tha'
the Synagogue
or the Temple,
as we frequently
call it. Is the
oldest Jewish in-
stitution in existence.
Just as the Tabernacle an,! the
Temple were the centers of life
among the Hebrew in ancient days
?o the Synagogue and the religion
it preserves and upholds, should be
tne most powerful motivating fac-
tors in the life of the Jewish
community.
The Bible says, "Let them build
Me a Sanctuary and I will dwell
lobb/ Shapiro
In the midst of them." The rabbis
commenting on this passage em-
phasized that God said "in the
mtcst of them" and not "in the
midst of the Tabernacle."
In other words, religion must be
in one's heart, not in a building.
The building contains the sacred
scrolls of the Law, The Everlasting
Light, and the Menorah. In the
building worship is conducted and
instruction given, but unless faith
dwells in men's souls, a church or
a synagogue can be of little value.
Actually, it represents the sum
total of their religious convictions
and moat profouna teelings toward
God and mankind. When one who
is religiously inclined comes to
temple, he gets much more out of
a service than those who are not
so delicately attuned.
It was religion that preserved
the Jew through the ages, and in
turn, the Jew survived mostly to
preserve his faith. There are no
substitutes for the synagogue, the
Torah. worship. All other organiza-
tions and activities are merely sup-
plementary and complimentary to
them.
'Courage: Russian Style9
TV Play On Ch. 7 Sunday
The University of Miami Players
Will be featured in a special TV
f.ay entitled "Courage: Russian
Style" on the "Still Small Voice."
WCKT. Ch. 7, at 10 a.m. Sunday.
The play directed by University
01 Miami graduate Bonnie Gold-
fclatt. portrays the inner struggle
01' a young Russian Jewish uni-
versity student who gets caught
up with a group of Jewish "acti-
vists" who seek to be repatriated
Iron Russia to Israel. Written by
Dr. Mayer Abramowitz. in consul-
tation with Prof. Herman H. Diers
0> the Drama Department of the
University of Miami, the play will
foe shown by WCKT as a public
Service program.
The cAst includes William Gar-
ris. Burri Jacobs, Karen Cohen,
Richard Parnes, Greg Fiitsch.
Brendan Kenny. Rose Marie Bris-
key, Leonora M. Romagnoli, Ilene
Kramer. Barbara Harte, Joel Wil-
liams and Lois Sage.
"Courage: Russian Style." the
author declares, "is an attempt to
portray the kind of heroism which
the Russian Jew has had to dem-
onstrate in his struggle to attain
the simple freedom that we Ameri-
cans enjoy the freedom of reli-
gion. There is no underground nor
guerrilla activities. It is a courage
born from within a courage
to assert one's Jewish identity."
Purim Dinner At Beth Tov
The Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Tov will host its annual Purim
dinner in the temple at 5:30 p.m.
Sunday. Feb. 27. Proceeds of the
event, which will include dancing
and entertainment by well-known
guitarist Larry Stang, are ear-
marked for the building fund. Mil-
dred Weiss and Cecil Prisand are
accepting reservations.
Quiz Box
BY RABBI DR. SAMUEL J. FOX
Why is it customary for the
houMwife to sort of wave her
hands back and forth when light-
ing the Sabbath candles?
Generally speaking, lighting the
Sabbath candles presents.a.prob-.|
lem in Jew "h observance. Tradi-
tionally, Jewish law requires a
benediction to be made before per-
forming a Mitzvah. Thus, one
would bo required to offer the
benediction before lighting the
candles. However, reciting the
benediction might be consu'jered j
as already accepting the Sabbath)
and thus the candles could not be
lit after the benediction since can-
dle lighting is a violation of the
Sabbath.
Thus, the eandles are lit first
and the light is shielded from the
housewive's eyes so that she can
pronounce the benediction and
then gaze upon the candles, the
latter being an act following the
benediction. The question is: how
is she to shield the light from her
vision? Some say she should cover!
her eyes. Others say she should
hold her hands over the candles
shielding them from vision.
As is often the case in such con-
troversies, both acts are done.
Thus, she covers the candles with
' her hands and then covers her eyes
j with her hands. In order to do both
! of these consecutively, her hands
would have to be going back and
forth and would appear as if they
were waving.
What is the proper posture
when reriting the Kiddush on
Friday night, standing or sitting?
There seems to be two varying
opinions. Some stand, while others
sit. Those who sit do so because the
Kiddush is related to the meal and
things that are related to the meal
are done in the sitting position.
Thus, should the Kiddush be re-
cited in a standing position the
Kiddush would not be related to
the meal.
Some of the mystics disagreed
with this because they considered
the Kiddush as a form of greeting
to the Sabbath queen or the Sab-
bath bride. A queen naturally,
should be greeted by standing in
respect to her. The blessings that
are chanted in front of the bride
at the wedding ceremony are also
chanted in the same position.
The junction of the Jew and the
Sabbath is like the union of the
groom and the brice under the
wedding canopy. The Kiddush is
thus like the benedictions chanted
under the canopy which are dotie
in a standing position.
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SYNOPSIS Of THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Terumah
"And the Lord spoke unto Moses, saying, 'speak unto the
children of Israel, that they take for me an offering ."
(Chapter* 2S-27. 19>
TOK SAXf-TTARY: Moses was commanded by Gei ranJie
a sanctuary symbolizing his presence among the people, to be con-
structed according to the pattern which He would show him. For
this purpose the children of Israel were asked to make free will
offerings of precious metals, fabrics, skins of various types, woods,
oil, spices Hnd incense as well as precious stones. The Sanctuary
consisted of an outer court to which all Israelites had access, con-
taining the altar of burnt-offerings and the brazen laver for the
use of the priests. There was also the Tabernacle, which was di-
vided into two chambers. The outer chamber was called the Holy
P'ace. and only the priests could enter to perform their sacred
duties. The inner chamber was called the Holy of Holies, and-con-
tained the Ark, the most sacred article in the Sanctuary. The
High Priest alone entered once a year on the Day of Atonement.
There is a complete listing of the physical structure of the
Sanctuary, as weI' as tne contents and furnishings in each area.
The court of the Sanctuary was a roofless oblong enclosure. The
entrance, which was on the eastern side, was covered by em-
broidered linen curtains of blue, purple and scarlet. The Taber-
nacle, situated in the western part of the court, was oblong in
shape and was divided into two chambers. The two sides were
enclosed by boards made of acacia wood overlaid with gold. The
Ark in the Holy of Holies contained only the two tablets of stone
inscribed with the Ten Commandments. It was made of acacia
wood overlaid with pure gold both on the outside and inside, with
an ornamental rim around the edge of the upper surface. As it
had to be transported through the wilderness, two pairs of golden
lings were attached to either side of its base, through which holes
of acacia wood overlaid with gold were inserted. The Ark was
covered with a plate of solid gold screened by the wings of two
cherubim facing each other on each side.
THE TABLF. OF SHOWBREAD: An oblong table made of
acacia wood and ornamented with gold trim, it was furnished
with golden dishes, spoons, flagons and bowls. On this table were
displayed cakes of fine flour arranged in two rows. They were
placed fresh on the table each Sabbath by the priests who then
ate the oid loaves within the Sanctuary, symbolizing man's re-
liance on God for his daily sustenance. The candlestick was fash-
ioned out of one piece of pure gold. Three pairs of aims branched
out from its central stem, all curving up to the same level so that
the seven lamps formed a straight line. It was decorated with
golden knob* and flowers and the accessories were all made of
gold, including lamp tongs for trimming the wick and fire pans to
cany the burnt wicks away. This golden Menorah also stood in
the Holy Place.

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Students Celebrate Purim At
On Sunday. Feb. 27. the students
of the Religious Schools at Temple
Tifereth Jacob will hold an as-
sembly during which the story of
Purim will be presented and spe-
cial Purim refreshments served.
This event will be climaxed by a
costume contest portraying the
j characters in the story of Purim.
Monday, Feb. 28. the students
will participate in the reading of
I the Megillah at Purim sei vices at
17:30 p.m. They will be given grag-
Temple Tifereth Jacob
gers (noisemakers) and Hainan-
taschen. a traditional delicacy pro-
vided by Sisterhood.
CANDIEUGHTING TIME
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M H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Aron Ben Arofv. 1
Kronish. Cantor David Conviaer. 21
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon topic: At-
titude* Toward bite* luai I face
Where I>o You Stand?" Saturday
10:45 am. Bar Mitzvah: Michael. BOH
of Mrs. Blanch Fleisohman; Michael
Stephen, son of Mr. and .Mrs. Hy
Emery.
iANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conaervative. Cantor sol Pakowitz 2
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken-
dall Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. 3
BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipaon 4
Friday R:30 p.m. Saturday I a.m. Rat
Mitsvnh: Joan, daughter of t>r. and
) ra, Nathan Glover.
EETH EL. BOO SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
tox. Rabbi H. Rothman
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Leon Segal.
P-Hdav S:lj p.m. I>r. Joseph Xarot will
Meven P. Cmr* will have as his
topic: "The Need For Brotherhood."
Satnrday 8:45 a.m. "An Offering of
the Heart." 5 p m "Portion of. Law."
i".0 p.m. "The OrcaCetrt sacr.flcc."
BETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conaervative. Cantor Seymour
-mk'i. S
Friday R:!.-, p.m. Cantor ITinkcs will
leak on: "The Signilicaac of
Purim."
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER
Miami. 137 NE 19th Street. Reform.
Rabbi Joaeph R. Nerot. 10
Friday 8:18 l>r. Joseph IL N'arot will
umi: llabbl, Whtre Do tou Find
.'.-.litir."
ISRAEL'TE CENTER. 175 SW th
. Conaervative. Cantor Nathan
i Parnaaa. 11
OR OLOM (Tempie) 8755 SW 18th
St. Conaervative. Rabbi Ralph
Glixman. 13
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conaervative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein. 1*
Friday 8:15 p.m. Topic: "Aim For The
Baal And Xot The Most. It May Be
The Difference Between Success And
Failure." Saturday 9 a.m.
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ZION (Temple) 8000 Millar Rd. Con.
eervativa. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
18
Friday B:80 p.m. Topic: "Reflections
in the SyniijcoKue of Tomorrow." Sat-
urday a.m. liar Mitivah: Barry, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Irvine Chazen.
NUUfAf)
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). Ml E.
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na-
than Zelendek. 18
Friday 8:13 p.m. Sermon topic: "At-
The Key To Israel's Existence." Sat-
urday 9:30 a m.
N0BTH MIAMI
B T H MOSHE CONGREGATION
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conaervative.
Rabbi Joaeph Gorfinkel, Cantor Ben
Zion Kirschenbaum. 35
MIAMI MACH
AOUOATH ISRAEL, 7801 Carlyle Ava
Orthodox. 17
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Berel Watu 18
BETH JACOB. 801 Washington Ava.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swh*.
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamchee. 16
BETH RAPHAEL (Temple). 1848
Jefferson Ava. Conaervative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
BETH SHOLOM ( Temple). 4144
Chaaa Ava. Liberal. Rabbi Laon
BETH TFILAH 93$ Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joaeph E. Rackov-
aky. 22
BETH VOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA-
TION, 843 Meridian Avenue. 22-A
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox
Rabbi Dow Rozeocwaig. 23
EMANU-EL (Temple). 1701 Washing-
ton Ave. Conaervative. Rabbi Irving
Leheman. Cantor Zvi Adler. 24
Friday 8:30 p.m. Dr. Lehrman will
speak on: "Brotherhood Americnn
Style" in honor of Brotherhood Week
lC'TJ. Saturday 9 a.m. "The Weekly
Portion of the Bible." 10:30 a.m. Bar
Mitzvah: Mitchell Olen, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Taylor.
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HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Plnetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross 25
cong. an-NELL rBranen of He-
brew Academy). 7th St. and Merid-
ian Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham
Ben-HiUeL 25- A
JACOB C- COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1632 Waehington
Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H.
Stern. Cantor Meyer Engel. 28
H.-rman I. Shaw in honor of their
."Olh weddJlUJ anniversary.
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Or.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineaa Weber-
man. 30
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 6*5
Collins Ave, Rabbi Sadi Nahmiaa. 31
CONGREGATION fiTZ CHAIM. 1542-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
Groner 32
e>
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79th Street Cause-
way, North Bay Village. Conserva-
tive. Rabbi Philip Fried. 32-A
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (Temple). 1028
NE Miami Gardene Dr. Conserva-
tive. Rabbi Milton Schlinaky. Can-
tor Nathaniel Schwb. 33
Friday S:15 p.m. Family service con-
ducted by children of apodal Hebrew
ZAMORA (Temple) i4 ramora Ava.
Conaervative. Rabbi Maxwell Berg-
er. Cantor Murdecai Vatrdeinl 41
BBTH TORAH. NE 164th St. at 11th
Ava. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
achitz. Cantor Jacob Rencer. 34
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Charlea Rubel
Cantor Jack Lamer. 38
SURfSIOl
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION.
9293 Harding Ave., Svrfaide, Town
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D. Vina.
60
FT. UUDEROAtf
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 547 E. Oak-
land Park Blvd. Rabbi Akiva Bril-
liant. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
EMANU-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Park
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur J. Ab-
rame. Cantor Jerome Klement. 48
P0MPAN0 BEACH
SHOLOM (Temple). 132 3E 11th Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Mbrrie A. Skop.
Cantor Emeet Schreiber. 48
KNESETH ISRAEL, 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif. 2T
MENORAH (Tampra). 820 76th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nlco Feldman. 28
Friday :1T. p.m. Saturday 9 a.m Bar
Mitzvah: Kevin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Isidore Kovitz.
NER Tamil, i tempi*). SOU) St. anC
Tatum Waterway. Conservative.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein 29
Friday 8:1:. p.m. Services followed by
Onee; Shabbal hosted by Mr. and Mrs.
SINAI (Temple) o NORTH OAOE
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kmoaley. Cantor Irving
Shulkea. 37
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
1>th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
Caplsr 38
I class.
! Friday 6 p.m. Saturday 9 a m Ser-
mon: "The Art of Oivluf-Tbe Cum
\ and not the Man."
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAML 990 NE 1/1 at St Orthodox
Rabbi Naftali Porvah. 39
MARGATE
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER. 6101
NW 9th St.
MAILANOAIC
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
Rabbi Max J. Weltz. Cantor Rev.
Jacob Oanziger. 126 N.E. tat Ave.
HOtlTWOOB
BETH EL (Templa). 1351 8. 14th Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. 48
Fridav 6:18 p.m. Topic: "What Is
Happening to the Family"" Monday
!>:S0 a_m. Conversational Hebrew for
Aduhs
COtAL GABIES
JUDEA (Temple) 5800 Granada Blvd.
Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper 40
Friday 8:1 r. p.m. Creative Worship
S.rvice tp honor the Sisterhood. Sat-
urday 11:15 a.m. Bar Ifltavah: Ken-
neth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold
Epstein.
BETH SHALOM (Temptel. 1728 Mon-
roe- St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavaky. Cantor Irving Gold. 48
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SINAI (Temple). 1201 Johnaon St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shafxro.
Cantor Yehuda Heitbraun. 47
MIRAMAX
ISRAEL (Temple^ 6920 SW 35th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Avram Drann
Cantor Abraham Koiter. 48


Friday. February 18, 1972
*JtoMSft flerHlam
Page 11-A
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Max Lerner
S&esft
. I>'KW YORK. N.Y. We arc smack in the middle of one of
Hit' exciting experiments of our lime an effort to establish a
cliiecj democracy in a system of political parties which at best
whs a secondary democracy and at worst a Bet of local kingships.
A vivid example was the recent vote of Arizona Domon-ats,
fi' a grass-roota level, in Choosing the 300 delegates to a Mate
convention which in lurn will send delegates to the Miami con-
vention The remarkable fact was the unparalleled turnout of
'what may be called the "new consciousness" voters women,
youns people, chicanos. blacks, students ami activists for various
causes. Whatever harpens in the national convention and the
.'presidential election itself, these groups hod their day and the
lay. was goldon.
* & *
T1IJ-; IMPLICATIONS NEED thinking about. One is about
^'participatory democracy," a phrase that had an intense earlier
J\o,'ue and is now fading out. All democracy, if the term has any
pvaning, is participatory: The question is how direct it is, and
;how effective it is. The danger in a vast society like America's
as thtrt In making party choices, habit and convenience become
he masters, and little party oligarchies gel control and hold it,
and tlie (kmocracy becomes very indirect and the voters at the
ase *jf the pyramid get frozen out, exerting little if any direct
lasiuii on .the fiw professionals at the top.
I ; This isn't a good system. It leads to deals in smoke-filled
jpooms ill thy top, and cynicism in back rooms everywhere. It
Scad*in a sharp separation between the nros and the inert mass of
.voters. Worst of all. it leads to a sense of exclusion and power-
IfSsness among those who need most to feel included and feel
soon' seu.se cit power.
Dry rot develops exactly where new green shoots o." energy
should be coming up. The result can be a growing hopeless feel-
ing that if there is to be a change. U enn't come "inside the
System." only outside, and that, gains and growth within the
^continuity of history are impossible. Witness, as evidence, the
riots and blood outside the Chicago convention in 1968.
* ft *
I WRITERS OX PARTY POWER talk a good deal about the
'iron law of oligarchy but what is happening in America today
suggests that the iron law is not so iron, and can be broken.
. But there is a second implication worth noting. A political
perty is-an organization for a purpose, and the purpose is to win
p'ections not party elections, but the larger elections, from
jntiional down to local. The Democrats today are the party which
is going through the revolution of direct democracy, while the
Republicdo**-* with their presidential candidate clear" and all
but -chest*!.,-, are sticking to their old machinery. It Isn't they
who had a bloody riot in 1968. nor is it they who last the election
because of it. Their chances of winning the "new consciousness"
voters this year are minimal, and therefore they have less
tfffcWWy riboiil wooing that vote and getting it out. They will run
in President Nixon's record and on whatever persuasive power
cjhLs oania lyisv and leave the direct democracy to the Democrats.
"The"question is whether the new internal democracy of the
Jlemoernts will help or hinder them in winning the election. The
Arizona Democrats not only have stirred up the grass-roots
Soter inside the party: They have also given him the heady
Bun*^ pf.plural and distributive voting: In a district choosing
10 xTe'egates to the state convention, each voter had 10 votes.
end could distribute them among the delegates any way.
Obvioos'y this gives some advantage as all primarj elections
do to the high-visibility candidates, who offer either personal
or ideological drama to the voter. Hence, while Muskie came
first,, a> expected from his standing with the state's Democratic
officehi .^ers and professionals, Lindsay and McGovern came
second and third with impressive votes.
"- & "fr THE QUESTION IS whether either Lindsay or McGovern
would, IT nominated at Miami, have a winning appeal to the
nation's voters as a whole, not only to the liberal Democrat $ but
the middle voters of both parties, and especially to'the "tickct-
splitters," especially in the suburbs.
TT re is weighty evidence accumulating that it is these
middle voters and ticket-splitters who have recently been the
/decisive element in state and national elections. That is why
pics, who want to function within the new reforms, still
lean to aid Muskie. They may well be asking the tantalir.ing
ucstin'i now, "What will it profit a party ii it gain direct
emociacy and lose the elections?"
Tiferetll Israel Temple Emanu-EI Sponsoring Purim Carnival And Bazaar
To Celebrate Its
21st Anniverary
Temple Tifereth Israel will cele- i
rate its 21st anniversary with a
combined dinner dance-show and '
installation Satiirdav, March 18. I
"X 7 r..m. in the SevTfle Hotel,]
Miami Beach. Congressman Claude
Pepper will be the guest speaker. I
Rabbi Maurice Klein, spiritual
leader, will install the the newly
elected officers of the eongrega- j
tlon. Men's Club and Sisterhood, i
Mario Offner will take the oath :
of office as president; Joseph Jar-
low, Hyman Astor and Irving Far- ;
bar as vice presidents; Irving
Deutscb as treasurer, and Ethel :
Schlissel as secretary.
Allan Greenspan will be in- j
stalled as chairman of the board i
Harold Zagon as president of the
Men's Club, and Lillian Green-
span as president of the Sister-
hood.
The board of directors for the
coming year includes Hyman As-
tor. George DunSWOlth, Irving Far-;
oer. Harry Herman. Rubin Kutun. I
Louis Luck, Harry Rosenberg, Isi-
dore Schlissel, Max Temel. Max j
Tobias. Harry Zimmerman. Harry
Lerner, Norman Tartakow, Floyd
Kranz, Sis Stern and Saul Rosen-
berg. Trustees are living Deutseh,
Sig Stern, Saul Rosenberg and :
Vale Pcarlsteln.
Sky Lake Observes
Holiday Of Purim
The Sisterhood and the congre- ;
gation of Sky Lake Synagogue will
observe the holidav of Purim with
a special prc-Purim joint meeting ;
to be held at 8 p.m. Monday in
the synagogue.
The Sisterhood will present a
Purim play entitled "Mission Im-
possible" with Mrs. Shirley Jacob-
son, Mrs. Asheri Fugleman, Mrs.
Stanley Kestin and Mrs. Rruche
Rosen participating. Rabbi Jonah
E. Caplan. spiritual leader of the
congregation, will deliver the mes-
sage of Purim as it relates to
modern times.
A special service at 6:30 p.m.
Monday, Feb. 28, will be held after
the fast of Esther. As the Rook
of Esther is read, children of the
William and Sarah Udell Hebrew
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Continued from Page 1-A
Mr. \mv\\ xfported--ttaat other
thrusts ""of the campaign have
also been successful. According
to Norma (Mrs. Jerome I Kipnis
and Toby (Mrs. Leonard) Fried-
land. Women's Division vice pres-
idents for the campaign, almost
$100,000 was raised at the Trus-
tee Luncheon of the Federation's
Women's Division. The 18 women
who attended the affair, at
which $5,000 was the minimum
gift, contributed $99,750 as com-
pared to $45,200 from these same
women in 1971.
The Initial Gifts Division
($1,000-89,999) has also had a
percentage increase according
to figures supplied by South
Dadc chairman i. William Baros.
I Jr., North Dade chairman Mat-
Tri^^r w^wtger site .wiaww "fv^aeft
chairman Saul J. Morgan.
"Our high-rise campaign, un-
der the leadership of Ben and
Richard Essen, has reached the
point." said Mr. Levy, "where
planning meetings are over and
both fund-raising affairs and
face-to-face solicitation have be-
gun."
"We are at a similar level in
both our trades and professions
campaign, chaired by David B.
Fleeman; and in our synagogue
division," Mr. Levy added. "Fig-
ures and percentages on these
divisions will be announced as
soon as they are made available
I to me."
From left to right are 1972 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund (CJA-EEF) general campaign chairman
Harry A. Levy; Pacesetters Division cochairman Stephen
Muss, Aryeh Nesher. Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir's
special representative to the United States; Eli Timoner,
Pacesetters chairman; and Robert Russell, president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Parlor Meeting
At Moe Levins'
A parlor meeting was held re-
cently at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Moe Levin on behalf of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation's 1972
CJA-IEF campaign.
The purpose of the meeting,
which featured Robert P. Forman.
associate executive vice president
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, as the guest speaker, was
the securing of initial gifts from
the leaders of the Chat's Weizman
Branch Farband. of which the host,
Mr. Levin, is chairman.
Other business discussed at the
meeting was the planning and co-
ordination of the Feb. 27 Purim
Luncheon at the Algiers Hotel,
which the organization is holding
on behalf of the CJA-IEF The
guest speaker at that affair wi'.l
be the Israeli author. Zvi Kolitz.
The affair will also include a mu-
sical program featuring Sarah and
Chaim Fershko.
fi it it
Corinthian Apts.
Breakfast Sunday
Th>.- annual breakfast meeting
for residents of the Corin:hian
Apartments on
Greater Miami
beha'.f of the
Jewish Federa-
tions 1972 Com-
bined Jewish
Appeal Isra (1
Emergency
Fund campa
will be held
Sunday at i0:33
a.m.
The guest'
speaker at the
event will b.- Dr.,
Joseph R. Narot,;
spiritual leader-
at Temple
Israel.
The Corinthian CJA-IEF cam-
paign chairman is I. Eli Goldstein,
a former president and general
campaign chairman for the St.
Louis Jewish Federation.
The building cochairmen are
Bernard I. Binder. William B.
Chersky, and Harry Harrison. The
committee includes Leonard Barr.
Ben Blum, Herbert H. Fenchel.
Daniel Levine, Albert Rosenstein,
Rabbi Narot
Alex Hanson, Albert J. Hirsch,
Simon E. Rubin, Sol Silver, Frank
Silver-man. Chairman of the Wom-
en's Committee is Mrs. William
Fritz.
Q. $. if.
Seacoast Towers West
A dinner-meeting sponsored by
residents of the Seacoast Towers
West will be held on behalf of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation's
1972 CJA-IEF campaign Thurs-
day. March 2. at 6:30 pjn,
Honoree at the affair will be
Michael Ferman, who is being rec-
ognized for his many years of phi-
lanthropy and dedicated service to
American and world Jewry.
Rabbi Leon Kron'.sh. spiritual
I leader of Temple Beth Shoiom
j and associate chairman of Fed-
eration's 1972 CJA-IEF campaign.
1 is scheduled to be the guest
*;>eaker.
The chairman of the high-rise's
campaign effort is Abraham H.
i Schwartz. His cochairmen are Ben I
Cutler. Abe Feltz. Leonard Liebo-j
witz and David Richir.an. The
chairman of the Women's Division
is Mrs. Henrv Gross.
Committee memnors Include Irv-
ine Borzner. Abraham Blavis. Paul
Cramer, Isidore Denberg, Mau-
rice J. Fislman. Irving Fox. Al-
bert E. Friedlander. Irving Gass-
ner, Samuel Goodrirh. Jules Gut-
rrman. Abraham Haft. Louis Her-
man. Fred Jonas, Julius B. Kaplan ',
William Karshan. Sidney King,
Louis A. Klein, Sol Lantz" Joseph i
Lelsner, Jack Licberman. Meyer
'Myers. Herbert Pechman, Carl
Proia. David Riseman. David
Rosen. Al Roth. Bernard Rubin-
ger, Lou Sails. Dr. Benjamin Sil-
verstein, Albert Sloan<\ Joseph
Spitzer, Arthur Streim. Harry
Streim, Albert TfHiberg. William |
Taubin, Irving Tyner, Maurice A
WaMy, John Wiseman, lfelviri C.
Worth. Nat Zalka, Harry Zimmer-
man and Sidney Rvdell.
? & If,
Camelot Hall's Annual
Breakfast Set Feb. 27
The residents or Camelot Hall
will hold their annual breakfast
& -a-
on behalf of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's 1972 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emer-
gency Fund campaign Sunday,
Feb. 27. at 10:45 a.m.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. spiri-
tual leader of Temple Menorah
and chairman of Federation's Con-
ference on Soviet Jewry is sche-
duled as the guest speaker.
General chairman of the high-
rise's CJA-JEF campaign is J. Geo-
rge Kofman, who has served the
Oieater Miami Jewish community
in that capacity for several years.
His cochairmen are Leon Gold-
man, Aaron Korenvaes, Louis
Motzkin, Sol Robinson, Arthur
Stern, Max S. Wolff, and Mrs.
Esther Schwartz of the Women's
Division. The building captains are
Lenny Flum, Lou Greenhut. Geo-
rge Laiken. and Ted Rothenberg.
Men's Division committee mem-
bers include Irving Abraham,
Abram A. Anthony, Nathan Bis-
berg, Benjamin B. Bressler, Sam
Budwiz, Issac Donen. A. M. For-
man, Saul Finkelstein, Robert
Garnitz. Jack Goldenberg. Jack
Kornreich, Harry Moel, Jack Ru-
bin, Harry L. Samuels, Harry
Smolin, Harry Sagel, William
Sklar. George Sasine, Ben Stone.
Sol Sapot, Charles Weisensang,
William Winnig. Maurice Wolfson,
and Leo Werner.
The Women's Division is re-
presented by Mrs. Rose Finkel-
stein. Mrs. Mildren Gertz, Mrs.
Ray Goldman, Mrs. Hannah Kap-
lan, Mrs. Mollie Kofman, Mrs.
Lillian Korenvaes, Mrs. Ruth
Moel, Mrs. Lillian Namm, Mrs.
Tillie Pottlck, Mrs. Lillian Rickles.
Mrs. Ann Rothenberg, Mrs. Mollie
Samuels, Mrs. Edna Schiff, Mrs.
Evelyn Schultz, and Mrs. Virginia
Werner.
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Residents of the Seacoast Tow-
ers North will hold their annual
breakfast meeting on behalf of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion's 1972 Combined Jewish Ap-
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+Jewlsti ntridUmn
Page 13-A
Feb. 24-27 Inaugural Conference
To Launch Biggest Bond Campaign
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Continued from Page 1-A
omy to prevent another war.
2. To create jobs for immigrants
from Russia and other coun-
tries.
3. To meet the pressing needs
of the disadvantaged sector.
."In a year when we must con-
tinue to maintain our deterrent
strength at peak level, we find
oAvelves unable to cope with
tnls great blessing of the re-
lijge of so many Jews from
sop
LContinued From Page 4-A
led for in that decision by
Iqe Robert R. Merhige. Brad-
Berefore wrote a piece about
' enator's intention. Braden's
had a bombshell-like ef-
; on the ideological left wing
tqe Democratic Party.
IE OF the leading ideolo-
| decent, kindly, brave but
|sed, Joseph L. Rouk, Jr.,
meeting at the summit
thjSen. McGovern's strongest
ifl
rt
r
ftn<
trt
member, the former Rob-
Kennedy staff man, Frank
an lewicz. From the summit,
sn. McGovern was then per-
ad id almost commandi-d -
is tie a pretty misleading de-
I rf what he had told Braden.
you think about it, that
you the basic inescapable
tmfceratic pattern. Even the
centrist, candidates like
Edmund Muskie and Hu-
rl. Humphrey will almost
rt inly have to make a pres-
f the busing issue to Presi-
^nS Nixon for two compelling
fasflns.
.THEY ARE all too much
aid of the ideological left-
Ingers of their' own party. And
> are too vividly aware of
Democratic Party's heavy
bendence on an almost solid
ack vote next November.
Right here, however, is one of
really profound ironies in
lis strange situation. The black
jters do not like antibusing
standards by politicians because
tand by politicians because they
Interpret them as antibland
(lands.
It-YOU CAN see this from the
fct that the two black Demo-
tic members from Michigan,
tin Conyers and Charles Diggs,
Dngly resisted the antibusing
in the House of Representa-
ps. Meanwhile Michigan's
Ite Democratic members, nor-
AUy rather to the left of
IXfgs and Conyers. hastened to
>Mt resounding antibusing votes.
On the other hand and
Imein lies tlie irony most
''Jacks have just the same dis-
tai^e for busing and just the
;ame preference for neighbor-
hood schools that most whites
have. The outspoken horror of
busing among the boys
jirls of a black high school
lichmondl was one of the
interesting features of a
kMerhige report on Rich-
ln the Washington Post.
ERE IS far more solid evi-
than this, however. New
(s primary, elementary and
high schools haye long
V'open enrollment," per-
ug children to leave their
Iborhood schools and pro-
for their transportation
eir schools of choice. At
igh school level, there is a
nrly similar policy of "open
:. Jraissions."
In 1971, New York had a
-hool population of 1,143 853
jy and girls. Or those 392,714
black and! 260.040 were
to Rican. But of this black
uerto Rican total of 652,-
iren, just 11.687 chose
enrollment," and less than
ak advantage of "open
ons." The figures speak
themselves; for under 2r'<
ujre using the busing option!
Russia," declared Mr. Sapir.
'This situation adds a great
degree of urgency to the 1972
immigrants from other parts of
the world. This added burden
of ours makes so much more
urgent the need for the success
of the campaign to sell the full
quota in Israel Bonds this year."
In pre-conferonce activities,
American and Canadian Jewry
have given strong indication that
they are prepared to hood Min-
ister Sapir's advice r.nd. pro-
duce an unprecedented cam-
paign. Sales haw been running
at a record clip and it is ex-
pected that when the final Bond
has been sold next week, the
conference will have given the
campaign its most spectacular
start in history.
SAM ROTHBERG
Israel Bond campaign. From the
very beginning of this enter-
prise the proceeds from Israel
Bonds have gone into the build-
ing of her economic infra-struc-
ture, or to put it another way
into the creation and expan-
sion of our economic absorptive
capacity. For without this there
simply cannot be much immi-
gration and without immigra-
tion there can be no real growth
or for that matter, future
for the State of Israel.
"It is for this reason that the
Israel Bond campaign for 1972
represents a very crucial and
indispensable factor in our ca-
pacity to meet our commitments
to Jews from. Russia and the
Breakfast Planned
For Island Terrace
!'. sidents of Island Terrace
Apartments will ho]: a breakfast
Sunday. Feb. 27 at 11 a.m. in the
Belle plaza Apartments Restau-
rant on behalf of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation's 1972 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emerg-
ency Fund campaign.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff, executive
vice president of the Rabbinical
Association of Greater Miami and
director of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation's Community Chap-
laincy Service, will be the featured
speaker.
Cochairmen of the Island Ter-
race CJA-IEF campaign effort
are Dr. Simon Brody and Dr. Earl
Herron. Their committee includes
Mrs. Tillie Baum, Mrs. Morris
Breggin, Arthur Fischer, Fred
Graubart, Mrs. Lillian Hasan, Mrs.
Earl Herron, Alfred Lewis, Mrs.
Michael Mersel, Sam Meyerson,
Mrs. A. Arthur Pekelner, Irving
Rice, Dr. Albert Rosenthal, Sol
Schiff and Sam Seitlin.
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Recently the Veterans Adminis-
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inquiries from the public as to
whether or not the hospital is soli-
citing cash, books or subscriptions
to magazines for its veteran
patients.
T. C. Doherty, assistant direc-
tor, advises that the Veterans Ad-
ministration Hospital is in no way
connected with those individuals
who purportedly are soliciting
funds, books and subscriptions for
the benefit of the hospital or its
patients. The VA does not sixinsor
solicitation of any kind from the
community, he says.
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Friday. February 18. 1972
As We Were Saying:
8y ROBERT E. SEGAL
The Legacy Left By Ralph Bunche

IF only tiik world possessed 10 more like
Ralph Bunchi What might ho achieved to
hind m> today. > deepening racial wounds; how many
thousands more of unintentioned
people might come to save them-
elvM from the hypocrisy mock-
Ins our protestations of democracy
tor alii what advances we could
make towards international under-
standing and enduring peace!
There is a new testing period in
American race relations and we
had best be aware of it. In the
realm of politics, activities of the Black Oaucas,
an.! probing to make effective use of newfound
political power among blacks are significant. On
the economic front, the controversial but imagina-
tive Black Expo" in Chicago demonstrated again
the need for enhancing the purchasing power of
blacks in America. The current Investigation of
racism :n military circles is still another important
these developments should not have to be men-
tioned tlmidily or apologetically. While keeping in
mind the very real fears of Jews dismayed and
angry over urban ills that plague them daily, we
still have a responsibility to remain dedicated to
the redressing of nearly 400 years of injustice dealt
blacks in America.
With rare insight and honest humility. "The
Christian Century" not lonS aS declared, "Both
Jewish and black communities have moral resources
which potentially go beyond incremental liberal wel-
farism. Each knows some things about the mean-
ing of community itself, each has some intimations
about the purposes of history things lacking
among white Christians."
No better memorial can be created for Ralph
Bunche than to go forward once more in the part-
nership thus described. "We must live what we
swear by," Ralph Bundle asserted.
The concern of the Jewish community with
manifestation of the times that are a-changin."

ISRAEL NEWSLETTER
By Carl Alpert Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
"
Bttween You and Ale: By BORIS SMOLAR
Reverberations
IT is NOW TIIRKK MONTHS since Chief Rabbi
Yehuda Lelb Levin of Moscow died, but nothing
is heard as yet about a rabbi to succeed him. The
Moscow Jewish religious commun-
ity faces the possibility of remain-
ing for a long time perhaps
years without a rabbi who
would be acceptable to the Coun-
cil on Religious Affairs a gov-
ernment organ attached to the
Soviet Cabinet -which supervises
all religions in the U.S.S.R.
The candidate seeking succession
to Rabbi Levins post is 60-year-old Rabbi Schwarz-
blat of Odessa, youngest of the nine aged rabbis
still alive in the Soviet Union. He is acceptable to
Soviet authorities but not the Jews in the Moscow
Choral Synagogue. He has written anti-Israel p.rti-
Clea in the Soviet press. Although Rabbi Levin was
only the rabbi ol the Moscow Choral Synagogue, he
was considered chief rabbi because the Moscow
synagogue is the largest in the Soviet capital.
The present situation of the Jewish religious
community In Moscow is very similar to the ,-itua-
tion in which the Armenian Church in the Soviet
I'nion found itself after its patriarch generally
called Cathollcoa was assassinated in 1988. The
Armenians, whose number in Russia is approxi-
mately the same as Jews, remained without a
patriarch for IT yean. It was only in 1955 that
Soviet authorities permitted the importation" of a
patriarch from Communist Rumania. Today's re-
ligious head of all Armenians in the Soviet I'nion
is Catholicos Vazgen I. who was brought from
Bucharest where he was archbishop. He was 45
years old when he assumed the seat of patriarch at
the Cathedral of Echmiadzin in Soviet Armenia.
Whether the Soviet authorities will permit a
rabbi from abroad to take the place of Rabbi Levin
seems to be questionable. At one time it was
vaguely reported in the United States that follow-
ing Rabbi Levin's death, the Kremlin might permit
an Orthodox rabbi from Communist Hungary. Thus
does not seem to be the case now. The talk now is
of sending a young Soviet religious Jew to Hungary'
to study for the rabbinate in the still-functioning
Rabbinical College there. This is a long, drawn out
process. Meanwhile, the Moscow Jewish community
faces the alternative of either accepting Rabbi ^
Schwarzblat or remaining without one for an in-
definite period.
There has In-en a suggestion of sending an
American rabbi for several years. Some have even
offered to serve in Moscow. This suggestion will
hardly be acceptable to the Soviet government which
seems determined to keep the Jewish communities
isolated from Jewish communities in other coun-
tries.
(Copyright. I97-. Jeih TVIrnruphic ASJUMS*)
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Collective Masochism
A LCOIIOLU INTOXICATION IS uncommon in Israel,
where the consumption of hard liquor is pro'oably one
of the lowest In the world per capita. On the other hand.
| Israeli- find a heady substitute in i>e-
riodlc epidemic- of mass hysteria, public
'ynch and witch-hunt. Like so much else
n Israel, the agitation and the ferment
ire collective
Joel \shcr, a member of the Austral-
ian Parliament, who was here on a two*
week visit not long ago, put his finger
7ii the true situation when he said the
self-criticism borders on the masochist.
Eight years ago an Israeli named Barenblatt, living
quietly with his family, was arrested and charged with
having ill-treated other Jews who had been in the same
concentration camp with him 25 years earlier. Many who
hat themselves been camp inmates and victims pleaded
thai no one could be held responsible for his actions in
the madness and inhumanity of a Nazi camp, but Baren-
blatt was found guilty and sent to jail. A peaceful family
was destroved. Echoes of the case reverberated for weeks,
and all the agonies of the holocaust were relived by th
survivors. It was a dreadful period.
The so-called Lavon case of 1954. the question of who
gave the order leading to a security disaster in Egypt
agitated the public for more than 15 years. Charges and
counter-charges shed little light on the matter because
details of the case were cloaked in the secrecy of censor-
ship. Yet reputations were blackened and. suspicions, no
one was quite sure of what, hoveled over national leaders
In 1948, as the infant State of Israel was battling for
its existence, the ship Altalena. loaded with precious and
much-needed arms and ammunition was wrecked and sunk
by Israeli fire from the shore. The country was on the
verge of a civil war as one side claimed that the arms
were intended for the national war effort, and the other
side claimed that this was an attempt to stage a military
coup inside the Jewish lines. Israelis killed each other in
that desperate, painful battle. And 23 years later. Israel's
press, radio and television lent themselves to a highly-
vocal and. excitable rehashing of the conflict. Once again
tempers flared and forgotten animosities were revived
Alas, the painful scars of our history are not scared,
anj on the slightest provocation the wounds and scabs
of the past are mercilessly irritated and scratched until
one again the blood flows and tempestuous excitement
mounts.
And in recent months the collapse of the Autocars
manufacturing company has led to a new self-flagellation,
eclipsed only by the accusations surrounding the manage-
ment of the oil-fields in the Sinai Desert. The press, in its
hunt for sensationalism. ri|>s and castigates government
offices, public agencies and institutions, business firms,
politicians, industrialists and anyone in whom can be
found the breath of a scandal.
It could be that where there is smoke there is fire,
but the free media of communication here fan even the
smallest wisps of smoke into mighty conflagrations. It is
difficult to tell fact from fiction, as judgments are passed
and souls damned before a court of justice has even been
convened.
Every nation, large and small, has its scandals. Israel
makes r\ defamatory pini^ out of each one.
Men Of Peace
ABRAHAM LINCOLN was a rail splitter. Hillel
was a wood ohopper. And, while both evidenced
an eagerness for education in their youth they were
too poor to aford one. Lincoln re-
l ceived only the briefest schooling.
Of Hillel in this regard, there is
a most moving story in the Talmud
When the time for the Opening
I of school came, the parents ot
1 Hillel were distressed. Their little
boy could not attend. There were
I of course no free schools. Other
children could go, but little Hillel
went out of the house, presumably to play. And
where do you think he went to play? On the roof
of the school house.
The teacher coming into the class happened to
look at the ceiling which had long needed repairs,
and was startled to see a shild peering through one
of the holes.
"What are you doing up there?" she demanded.
"Come down at once."
He came down looking sad. "Don't you know-
any better than that?" asked the teacher "Why
did you go up there?"
Confessing his parents didn't have money to
send him to school, he thought he might listen to
the education through the holes.
The teacher was so moved, the Talmud tells
us, that little Hillel was allowed to sit iq class
without paving.
A man of peace he wanted peace between
countrits and people. Some people are so strong
against war they will resort to violence to end it.
He prcferted to believe that peaceful means can be
as effective as violence.
Lincoln was caught in the web of the most
tragic war in American history. Perhaps if true
wisdom had prevailed, it too could have been
avoided, but certainly the war was a bitter thing to
him. and his eagerness for peace was revealed in a
incident in which a Jewish chiropodist Dr. Isidore
Zacharie was involved.
Lincoln had big feet and suffered from corns.
The New York Herald wrote stories laughing about
Dr. Zacharie's connection with Lincoln but Lincoln
wrote testimonials telling how much he had re-
lieved his "tootsies." ^
But Dr. Zacharie had ideas of helping the na-
tion. One time, while treating Lincoln's corns, he
suggested that Lincoln send him south to see what
he could do where statesmen had failed. Perhaps
civilians might do better. "You know, Mr. President,
the war should be over. The south now knows it
cannot win and as for slavery, most southerners
never owned any slaves anyway," he said.
"But they ?till fight." said Lincoln.
"The north has stepped on the south's corns."
and "we must apply a soothing cotton patch." said
Dr. Zacharie.
"You have thus thing upside down. The south
has the cotton, the north the corn," Lincoln said.
'Well anyway." said Zacharie, "who could do
a better .job treating the corn than I?"
Secretary of State Seward opposed the idea,
but Lincoln, desiring to try any avenue for p"ace,
approved.
Dr. Zacharie passed through the military lines
and went on to Richmond and other southern points.
What he did there, we do not know. When he re-
turned to Washington, we know that Lincoln con-
ferred with him for a couple of hours and may pre-
sume that Lincoln at least got something of an in-
terior view of the Confederacy which was important
itself. But Dr. Zacharie didn't make peace. The
statesmen probably wouldn't let go.


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Fiiday, February 18, 1972
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South American Accountants
Prepare For Work In Israel
RAMAT GAN, Israel A group
of 25 accountants who are newly
arrived immigrants from Latin
American countries have begun
n year's course in the Department
of Kconomics at Bar-Ilan Univer-
sity, according to an announce-
ment made by Dr. Joseph H. Look-
stein, Chancellor. The special
rourses for the newly arrived ac-
ountants will enable them to pre-
kare themselves as practicing ac-
countants in Israel.
Prof. Yehuda Don, head of the de-
partment explains that the course
s being given.ju conjunction with
he Institute of Certified PublicAc-
ountants in Israel. Those who
Complete. the course satisfactorily
-ill oot**hJive' to take the com-
lete schedule of qualifying exam-
nations required of now account-
nts before they are licensed to
ractiee in Israel.
The Israeli Ministry of Absorp-
ion is cooperating with this new
niversity program because it is
eking new ways to ease the
lardship faced by accountants in
djusting their professional know-
edge to a new environment.
Prof. Don said that the Bar-
| Han Department of Kconomics and
| the Ministry of Absorption are in
I the process of implementing a per-
manent program at the university
to assist newly arrived immigrant
accountants in their professional
integration. One feature of the
program is an arrangement where-
by the University will send lec-
turers from its own faculty to
absorption centers throughout the
country in order to prepare the
accountants for departmental en-
trance examinations.
Bar-Ilan. founded in 1955, is
Israel's only American chartered
university. It is a liberal arts and
sciences institution which serves
6,000 students Lorn 36 countries
and has a faculty of nearly 700
scholars and academicians from
all over the world.
Bar-Ilan University is located
on a 550 dunani campus in the
garden community of Ramat Gan
on the outskirts of Tel Aviv.
Minna Field Lecturing
Author-lecturer Minna Field was
to discuss "The Meaning of Aging"
at the South Shore Community
Center, 833 Sixth St., Miami
Beach, Thursday at 2 p.m. Mrs.
Field, who has written three books
dealing with the problems con-
fronting the aged in our society,
has been active in the field of
social work as well as research,
and has been included in "Who's
Who of American Women."
William Feinberg
Guest Of Horor
At Annual Dinner
Congregation Ohev Shalom of
Miami Beach will hold its ninth
annual dinner Sunday in the Forte
Towers Grand Ballroom. 10001
West Ave. A cocktail partv at
5:30 p.m. will precede the dinner
at 6:30 p.m.
The guest of honor will be Wil-
liam Feinberg, vice president of
Ohev Shalom, who has been ac-
tive in numerous charities for
many years. Mr. Feinberg found-
ed, the Coca Cola Bottling Co.
of Sharon, Pa., in 1921.
Rabbi Phineas A. Weberman,
spiritual leader of the congrega-
tion, and Alfred H. Speiser, presi-
dent, will present a plaque to Mr.
Feinberg. The congregation will
also publish its first Journal on
the occasion of the dinner.
Chairman of the dinner com-
mittee is Herman Meyerson. The
committee includes Frank B. Gor-
don, Louis Makovsky, King Rich,
Milan Rutte, Adolph Sicherman,
Peter Steoher, Councilman Leon-
ard Weinstein. Ben Wiener, Eugen
Zickerman and Albert Zuch.
Commission Investigates
Holes Drilled In Wall
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Chug Ivri Meets Wednesday
Chug Ivri, the Hebrew speaking
group of North Miami Beach will
meet Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the
Blue Room of Temple Menorah.
M. Taub will discuss the great
crisis during the period of the
i Gaonim when a large portion of
the Jewish people, called the
Karaites, rejected the Talmud.
JF.RUSALF.M (JTAi A com-
mission appointed by Premier
Golda .Moil- to investigate the
drilling of four holes in the
Western Wall visited the site
of the drilling Monday morning.
Haim Kubersky, director gen-
eral of the Interior Minis toi-y
who heads the commission, told
the Jewish Telegraphic Agency
that its findings will be reported
to the Prime Minister and that
she alone will decide when to
release them.
The holes were drilled last
Friday as that Iron belts con 1.1
be inserted in an effort to keep
an adjacent 800-y ear-old Arab
house from rollupKlnc. The house
Ml endangered by tunneling
operations carried out by the
.Ministry for Religious Affairs
to expose more or Cie Wailing
Wall. The tunnel lies about eight
yards beneath the house in the
old Moslem quarter.
Archaeologists here said that
the stones into which the holes
were drilled were not part of
the original Herodian Wall
which surrounded the Temple
area, but dated from the Omay-
yad, an early Arab period be-
ginning in the eighth century.
But Jewish tradition holds
that all parts of the wall are
sacred, whether or not they ex-
isted at the time of the Temple.
The drilling created a furor
in the Orthodox community am
in the City Council. Both Mayoi
Teddy Kollek and the City En-
gineer have disclaimed re.sjjonsi-
bility. The Chief Rabbinate
wanted the house demolishet'
and its tenants relocated, but
the Jerusalem municipality de-
cided to try to keep the buildinf.
intact. The matter is oxpectei
to come up for debate in the
Knesset. (
Steering Committee Urges
That Myerson Be Reinstated
The Steering Committee of thi
Dade County Democratic Kxecb-
tive Committee has unanimously
supported a resolution to rein-
state Murray Myerson as Con-
stable of the 5th District of Dad i
County after reviewing the situa-
tion in which Mr. Myerson ori
ginally requested that the Govern*
or relieve him from his respon-
sibilities subject to the outcom i
of a trial considering an indict-
ment.
In a letter to Governor Askew,
Tod Cohen, chairman of the Com-
mittee, requested that the Govern-
or abide by the court decision
which adjudicated Mr. Myerson
and reinstate Constable Murray
Myerson to the position to which
he was elected by the constituent-
of the 5th District in Dade County.
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Abel Holtz To Receive
B'nai B'rith's Award
WASHINGTON, D.C. Miami dent of the Venetian Island Im-
Beach banker and civic leader provement Association, and direc- Miami, Florida
Abel Holtz has been named to re- | tor of the President's Council of
Miami Beach. I
B'nai B'rith is not alone in re-
cognizing Mr. Holtz's contributions
to his fellowmen. Karlier this year
the United States Department of
Health, Education and Welfare
bestowed its Lincoln Marti Award
on him. He is also the recipient
of the National Economic Develop-
ment Association award for sup-
ixirting the Latin businessman, I
and the 1971 Banker of the Year
of the Latin Chamber of Com-
merce.
An active member of B'nai
B'rith and the Jewish community,
Mr. Holtz is a founder and mem-
ber of the executive board of B'nai
B'rith Latin American I.odge in
Miami Beach, a trustee of Miami
Beach's Temple Hmanu-El, and
a past vice president of the Jewish
Vocational Service.
Proceeds from the dinner and
ball honoring Mr. Holtz will go
to B'nai B'rith Youth Services.
The organization's Youth Services
support cultural, religious, coun-
seling, social service and brother-
hood activities for young people
in the community and on the cam-
pus throug h its college Hillel
Foundations, its Youth Organiza-
tion (BBYO), and its Career and
Counseling Services (BBCCS).
In Florida, Hillel serves students
at the University of Florida, the
University of Miami, Florida State
University at Tallahassee and
Jacksonville University. And in
cities throughout the State, 39
BBYO groups conduct meaningful
programs for teenagers.
B'nai B'rith's youth programs
are international, and at one
time they flourished in Cuba. As
time they flourished in CCuba. As
a youngster and a college student,
Mr. Holtz was an avid participant
in those B'nai B'rith activities.
Friday, February 18, 1972
Section B
ceive the B'nai B'rith National
Industry Leader Award. The first
Floiiuian to receive the prestigi-
ous award, Mr. Holtz will be feted
for his distinguished service to
the community at a gala $100-a-
plate dinner and ball in Miami
on April 30.
Announcement of the tribute
to Mr. Holtz, first vice president
of Carner National Bank of Miami
Beach, was made recently by
David M. Blumberg, international
president of B'nai B'rith.
The afafir in Mr. Holtz's honor
will be chaired by Lawrence J.
Aberman, co-owner of the Crystal
House in Miami Beach and exe-
cutive vice president of the Miami
Atlantic Development Corpora-
tion.
Honorary chairman are real
estate industrialist Joseph H. Ran-
ter, a national chairman of the
United Jewish Appeal and chair-
man of the National Citizenship
Conference, and Joseph M. Lip-
ton, chairman of the Board of the
Dade Federal Savings and Loan
Association. Both are leaders of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion.
From the time he came to Flori-
da as a young lawyer after leav-
ing his native Cuba in the 1950*8.
Abel Holtz has been involved in
community work. Indicative of
his record of service over the
years are his present ix>sts as a
member of the Miami Beach Mini-
mum Housing Requirement Board
of Appeals, the board of governors
of South Shores Hospital, the exe-
cutive board of the Miami Beach
Apartment Association, vice presi-
Planning the Morton Towers-Israel Dinner
of State are from left, (seated) Morris Minov,
Irving Silver and Emanuel Mentz; (standing)
Israel Bonds director Michael Litvak, Sam-
uel Norneen, Hany Glassman, who has been
selected as the honoree, and George
Mildwolf.
BTJFUDHSrE'S
Miami International Boat
Show In Convention Hall
The Miami International Boat
Show, one of the largest in the
world, will be held in the Miami
Beach Convention Hall Feb. 18-
23. Some 400 boats and 550 differ-
ent types of marine exhibits, rep-
resenting an investment of more
than $35 million will be included.
Many of the exhibits in its 300,-
000 square feet of floor space will
be from foreign countries, and ev-
ery conceivable type of accesory
and boats of every size from
dinghy to a 58 foot yacht will
be on display, according to John
Rogers, executive manager.
i-.uioft $400,000 was raised by Harbour House-Carl'.on
Terrace residents at their recent breakfast on behalf of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation's CJA-IEF campaign.
Pictured from left to right are Dr. Irving Lehrman, guest
speaker; Dr. Robert S. Levy, Harbour House-Carlton Ter-
race campaign cochaiman, and Ellison R. Kosoff, campaign
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Purim Seudah Queen Esther
Ball Scheduled By JNF
Jay Dermer, president of the
Jewish National Fund of Greater
Miami, and Dr. Irving Lehrman,
chairman of Foundation, have an-
nounced that the JNF Purim
Seudah Queen Esther Ball will be
held Tuesday, Feb. 29, at 6:30
p.m. in the Grand Ballroom of the
Foumainebleau Hotel.
A "Queen Esther" will be selec-
ted and crowned and a cantata
depicting the history of the Jew-
ish National Fund on its 70th
birthday, will be narrated by Mrs.
Emanuel (Gus Mentz, prominent
Hadassah and community leader
and cochairman Women for JNF.
Special musical arrangement for
the cantata is being provided by
Lsraeli composer Shmuel Fershko.
Music for dancing will be pro-
vided by Irving Pietrack and his
orchestra.
Twenty-four outstanding work-
ers for Jewish National Fund will
be honored, symolizing the 24th
birthday of the State of Israel.
Serving on the Purim committee
are Jay Dermer, president, Dr.
Ii ving Lehrman, Foundation chair-
man. Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witz, chairman, executive board;
Judge Zev W. Kogan; president
Southern Region; Prof. Andre S.
Eialoienki, Abraham Grunhut,
Leonard Zilbert, Mrs. Ben lab
Davis. Mrs. Miriam Press, Mrs.
Richard Schwarz, Mr. and Mrs,
Emanuel Mentz, Mrs. Harold
Spact. Mr. and Mrs. Max Affachi-
ner, Lou Aronson, Mrs. Ida Book-
span. Cantor Saul Beeh, Leo
Buda Joseph H. Cohen, Mrs.
JWVA President Schedules Her Official Visit
Mrs. Max Kern, Florida's first
national president of the Jewish
War Veterans of the United States
Bertha Davidson, Mrs. Lillian
Dubowy, Harry Feldman, Shmuel j
Fershko, Jack A. Filosof, Ezra |
Fincgold, Abraham Fraidlin, Mrs.
Alice Freeman and Mayshie Fried-
berg.
Also Mrs. Robert Garber, Max
Hecht, Mr. and Mrs. Peter F.
Heller, Isaac Jacobowitz Bernard
Katz, Sam Kopkind, Sam Kusnetz, j
Rabbi David Lehrfield, Mrs. Louis I
Lustig, Herman Medow, Mr. and j
Mrs. Morris Minov, Sam Norkeen,
Sam Pascoe, Irving Pietrack,
Morris Putter, Isidore Riffkin, Jul-
ius Rosenstein, Mrs. Frieda Sack,
Mrs. Toby Schachter, William J.
Sehusel, Leon Schuster, Mrs.
! Malka Shklair, Meyer Siegel, Ben \
Silver, Mr. and Mrs. J. Z. Stadlan,
Bernard Silver, Abraham Titkin.
Mrs. Ida Wessel, and Morris Yude-
witz.
Hyman Fliegel To Report
Thursday, Feb. 24, at 8:00 p.m.
a meeting of the B'nai Zion, Miami
Beach Chapter, will be held at the
Washington Federal, 1234 Wash-
ington Ave., Miami Beach. The
speaker will be Hyman J. Fliegel,
delegate to the Zionist Conference
in Jerusalem.
Mr. Fliegel will report on the
, conference and its proceedings.
j There will also be the latest Is-
I raeli movies. Refreshments will
be under the sponsorship of Joseph
H. and Eve Cohen in celebration of
their wedding anniversary. Samuel
Reiser is president.
Friday, Feb. 25. after a 5:30
p.m., dinner at Jerry K's Restaur-
ant, 17004 Collins Ave., Miami
Beach, all members and guests
will proceed to Temple Sinai. 1301
Johnson St., Hollywood, for Friday
night services. Billie Kern will
be honored and will address the
congregation. Past national presi-
dent Malvina Freeman and De-
partment president Sally Levy will
be with Mrs. Kern on the pulpit.
Saturday, Feb. 26, a presenta-
tion will be made by J.W.V.A. No.
330, Miami Beach, honoring the
national president at Operation
Headstart. An informative even-
ing, social and discussion peril
will be held at the Washingtf
Federal Savings Hank Audi tori uJ
1133 Normandy Dr., Miami Beafl
at 7 p.m.
At midnight. Saturday. Bill
Kern will be a guest of the Pep
Fields Show. Those not alfe
be present will have the oppc|
tunlity to listen to broadcast
I the show on Radio Station \v.\ib|
11490).
Sunday. Feb. 27. at 1 p.m.. I
luncheon will be held at the Edl
Roc Hotel, in honor of Mrs. Keil
Distinguished guests have been I
vited, and entertainment has bef
arranged.
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More than 600 persons are ex-
pected to attend the fifth annual
Scholarship Dinner by Oholei
Torah Day School, according to
an announcement made by D. Ret-
ter, chairman of the dinner com-
mittee. The dinner is to be held
in the main ballroom of the Shera-
ton Four Ambassadors Hotel Sun-
day evening.
Senator Hubert H. Humphrey,
candidate for the Democratic no-
mination for President of the Uni-
ted States, will be the guest speak-
er with Mayor David T. Kennedy
making the presentation. Sephar-
dic entertainer and cantor Jo
Amar will provide the entertain-
ment for the evening.
Ohoiei Torah School offers full
intensive Hebrew curriculum while
maintaining its secular curriculum
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Dr. Eli Herschmann, chairman
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be used to provide Scholarships to
more than 100 of the 140 students
who now attended the Oholei
Torah school. The school's pro-
gram utilizies extra curricular ac-
tivities to emphasize religious life
and practice, including the "Live
and Learn Project" "Mitzvah a
Day" program and "Kosher Lave I
Scrap Book."
Talmud and other areas of pro-
found Jewish learning are em-
phasized in keeping with the very
high calibre of education and com-
mittement. according to Rabbi
Sholom D. Lipskar, principal of
the school.
At the banquet there will be
several honorees. each of whom
has pledged a $6,000 perpetual
scholarship to the school, which
provide fundi for the education of
one child from 1st through 8th
grade.
MRS. MAX KtRN
Ladies Auxiliary, will officially
visit the Department of Florida
Ladies Auxiliary during the week-
end of Fob. 25-27. A busy schedule
has been arranged to honor Presi-
dent Kern, who is a Miami Beach
resident, and a member of Miami
Beach Auxiliary No. 330.
Free Rides Now Available
The Community Action Agency
of South Beach is offering free
transportation through its mini-
bus service. Free rides are avail-
able to the hot meals program at
Ida Fischer Cafeteria, to the
clinics (Mt. Sinai and St. Francis),
and to the South Shore Communi-
ty Center social and recreational
events. Please contact Philip
Schriber at the CAA South Shore
office for picknp service.
Feb. 20 Ch. 4, 8:30 a.m. The First Estate
(Repeated on Ch. 2 at 5:30 p.m.I
Host: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Topic: "The Challenge of Youth Today"
Guests: Myron A. Berczin. executive director YM-
YVVHA, and Rabbi Stanley Ringler, director, Hillel
Foundation, University of Miami
Feb. 20 Ch. 10, 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
Host: Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Temple Ner Tomid
Feb. 20 Ch. 7, 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
Topic: Soviet Jewry"
Hast: Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, Temple Menorah
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Friday, February 18, 1972
M-DJC Official To Attend Navy School
Jome SlO.f.SO was raised for the 1972 CJA-IEF campaign
by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's Women's Divi-
sion at the iecent Aventura Federation Tennis Classic and
-uncneon. This figure represents a 243% increase over con-
tributions from the same women in 1971. Pictured from .'eft
o right are Toby (Mrs. Leonard! Friedland. Women's Divi-
ion campaign vice president and guest speaker; Fran (Mrs.
3urton) Levey, president. Women's Division; Elaine (Mrs.
auh Richman; Elaine (Mrs. Myron! Sponder, chairman of
he day; Linda (Mrs. Richard) Brickman. South Dade cam-
)cign coordinator and guest speaker; and Helene (Mrs.
\dolph Berger, chairman. North Dade area board
110,990 Raised At Aventura
Tennis ('lassie. Luncheon
Army Reserve Maj Albert
Marfcovitz, an administrator at
Miami-Dade Junior College, has
been selected to attend the Air
Traffic Management Course at
the L'.S. Transportation Manage-
ment School. Oakland. Calif
The two-week course is design-
ed to acquaint officers with the
elements of air transportation,
essentially from the user's point
of view, and provide a knowledge
of its capabilities and limitations.
Maj. Markovitz received his
Bachelor of Arts degree in 1951
from the University of Florida,
where he was commissioned
through the Army Reserve Of-
ficers Training Corps program.
In 1955 he was awarded a Master
o! Science degree in Public Ad-
ministration at Florida State Uni-
versity.
A.vcyran of 26 ygSJ>f Naval
and Army Reserve service, he
srrved on active duty during
World War II and the Korean
conflict. Major Markovitz is a
graduate of the Translation
Officer Career Course and U.S.
Army Command and General Staff
College.
Club Sponsoring Sedurim
Mrs. Goorge Ginsberg, president
of the Massachusetts Ouh of
Greater Miami, has announced that
reservations are now beini ac-
cepted for the uinual Passovex,
Sedurim in trVc- Bel Aire Hotel
sponsored by the club. The dates
are Wednesday and Thursday,
March 29 and 30: starting time
will Ik- fi p.m.
Retirees Meeting Tuesday
Retirees of New York District
j 6." will meet Tuesday at 1 p.m. in
the American Savings and Loan
! Association. 1200 Alton Rd.. Miami
! Beach.
WC Lecture By Dr. Portnoy
Dr. Samuel Portnoy. chairman
of the History- Department at
Florida-Atlantic University, Boca
Raton, will be guest speaker at
the bi-monthly lecture series of
the I. L. Peretz Workmen's Circle
School. Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the
Workmen's Circle Lyceum. 25
Washington Ave.. Miami Beach.
Dr. Portnoy will speak on Strug-
gle for Freedom in Soviet Rus-
sia." Mrs. Mollie Rubinstein is
sponsor for the evening.

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Lee Marvin
"he 57 women who attended the
ent Aventura Federation Ten-
Classic and Luncheon on be-
I" of the Greater Miami Jewish
leiation Women's Division 1072
nbined Jewish Api>eal Israel
ency Fund cam|aivn en-
ed a full morning of tennis
ore the fund raising luncheon.
be si0.990 was raked- a 243';
K8H over what the same WO
"n contributed to last year's
hpaign drive.
buest speakers at the event
(e Toby (Mrs. Leonardi Fried-
d, vice president of the Wo-
n'.s Division for campaign, and
jda (Mrs. Richard) Brickman.
DM n's Division South Dade
npaign coordinator.
Iis. Friedland, who recently at-
ded a United Jewish Appeal
dy mission to Israel and Aus-
tria, spoke of the problems Israel
laces because of increased Russian
immigration, and the responsibility
of American Jews to help ease the
burden. "Let us not have to live
with the guilt of the 70's as our
parents have lived with the guilt
>t the 30*8 and 40's. Let us share
the sadness of persecution and the
foy "I helping our people to be
free." she urged.
Mrs. Brickman spoke of the
problems of the Greater Miami
Jewish community. She discussed
programs for youth. Jewish educa-
tion and the aged in this area.
Elaine Mrs. Myron i Sender,
chairman of the day. expressed
her great pleasure at the success
ot the affair and said she hoped
the Classic would become an an-
nual event.
orge Gershwin Lodge To Consider Amendments
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"he next meeting of the George
si.win Knights of Pythias
Ige No. 19> has been called for
0 p.m. sharp. Monday at the
'fside Community Center by
X Marin. president, for consid-
' tton of amendments to the
'stit'Hinn of the Benevolent As-
iation.
fallowing this action, all of-
ms of the Pythian Order, will
ance one rank, to familari/e
jrnselves with the duties of this
jtk>n; the present vice chan-
lor Milton Meyers will act as
bncelloi Commander and con-
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""he following names were
i I in nomination at the recent
eting of JWV Posl 681: Sam
sun. commander; Richard Kline.
lline and Jerry Geltzman.
ior vice commander: Richard
TSsman and Jesse Gibian. jun-
viee commander; William
leman. trustee (2 years); Jesse
>ian. trustee (3 years i. Final
oblations and elections will take
ce at Temple Tifereth Jacob
Bfsday, March 2. at 8 p.m.
duct the meeting. A supreme life
membership will be conferred upon
Joseph Perkel as a 50-year mem-
ber, and 25-year membership pins
will l>e conferred upon Harry
Moody and Max Cohen. Following
the meeting, comedian George De-
Witt will entertain.
Hudson County Club Meeting
The Hudson Country Club ot
New Jersey in Florida will meet
Thursday. Feb. 18. at 8 p.m. in
the American Savings and i^oan
auditorium, Lincoln and Alton
RdS* Miami Beach. Lyric soprano,
Karen Mills, will entertain. Many
old-time Jersyites will be there
to share in fellowship and re-
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Alvin Goodman Speaking
Attorney-magician Alvin Go rr.an. a believer in the occult who
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Mrs. Hymun Kolko, (center) is the local Mizrachi Women
Scholarship Fund chairman; Mrs. Morris Zellner. (left) and
Mis..Rubin Jacobs are serving with her as cochairmen.
Rabbi And Mrs. Gross To
Receive 'Rambam Award'
Auxiliary Honors
Rnv Hammerman
The Greater .Miami Women's
Auxiliary, Jewish Home for tht-
Aged, iDouglas Gardens) is honor-
ing Rae (Mrs. Beni Hammerman,
its recording secretary for hei
i 20 years of dedicated and most
{.efficient serivice at the regular
monthly meeting Tuesday noon.
i Feb. 29, in the Algiers Hotel's
Ruhaivat Room.
Shari (Mrs. Lawrence I Silver-
man, president, will welcome the
assembly; the Invocation will Im>
given by Mrs. Morris Jaffee. and
a musical tribute to Mrs. Ham-
merman will be done by the Auxil-
iary Ensemble.
Mrs. Louis MakovsKy, program
chairman, will present Soprano
Nina Diamond, accompanied by
pianist Olga Bibor Stern.
Theme of the tribute will be
"All Alxiut Rachel," narrated by-
Arthur Kalish. executive director
of the Home. Mrs. Sol Silverman,
honorary life president and Shari
Silverman.
Reservations must be made in
advance by phoning Mrs. Anne
Tanenbaum.
One-of the major events s|>on-
sorcd by the Mizrachi Women's
Organization in Miami is the an-
nual Scholarship Fund Luncheon.
Which will take place Sunday noon,
Feb. 27, at the Eden Roc Hotel.
The prestigious Rambam Award
will be presented to Rabbi Alexan-
der S. Cross, principal of the Heb-
rew Academy, and his wife Shir-
ley, for "their outstanding contri-
butions in the field of education in
America, as well as for their
.-launch.*-support of Mizrachi Wo-
men's educational program in Is-
. ael on tlifc occasion.
Many dJJ5"otcd friends of Rabbi
and Mrs. "pioss will pay tribute
to thtan^aC -this outstanding func-
tion.
Mis"~r jjsjjuia Lewis, honorary
:;uii:ifegp^B>sidcirt and regional
i hainrBOt.'S.trill be the guest speak-
er. Alfirtewis has recently re-
"iu in' ticipated in the World Zionist Con-
' Kress. She will bring a comprehen-
i sive report on the accomplish-
I ments and needs of Mizrachi Wo-
men's projects in Israel.
Mizrachi Women are now in
the process of building two new
, comprehensive high schools as an
addition to the now existing net-
work of primary and secondary
schools for the youth of Israel.
, Mizrachi Women in Miami have
pledged $250 scholarships, to help
insure the success of this project,
' according to Mrs. Flyman Kolko.
Scholarship Fund chairman for the
Florida Council, and cochairmen
Mrs, Rubin Jacobs and Mrs. Mor-
i i is Zellner.
Maureen Harris To Wed
Mr. and Mrs. Alvis W. Harris
of Springfield, Va., announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Maureen Cheryl, to Richard David
Adelman, the son of Mrs. Jerome
R. Adelman. 1930 SW 23rd Ter..
i and the late Mr. Adelman.
The bride-elect is presently a
student at the University Of Geor-
gia, where she will graduate in
, June with a double major in Jour-
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Conservatory of Music in Warsaw who served as musical
director of Israel's radio broadcasting system during and
after the establishment of the State of Israel, is now the direc-
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which will be presenting a concert in the Miami Beach Audi-
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'Jewish tkrkMOm FridaY- February 18, 1972

Serendipity
by Sally Spacl
At Westview Country Club's luncheon last week, a double header
fa hion show by Oscar de la Renta followed by a make-up demonstra-
tion by George Masters gave the guests an exciting day. Mr. Me la
Renta charmed everyone, and they oh-ed and ah-ed over the collee:ion.
Among those glimpsed in the huge crowd were Felicia (Mrs.
Richard E.) Deutch, the wife of the president of Westview; Diane
Mis. Leonard I-:, i Treister, chairman of the luncheon; Eleanor 'Mrs.
Gils) Feuer. Mollie (Mrs. Dan B.) Ruskin, Marjorie (Mrs. Leonard
A>. Wicn. Shirley (Mrs. Samuel) Kann, Sally (Mrs. Alex) Gordon.
Shirley (Mrs. Irving E.) Miller. Sue (Mrs. Leonard M.) Miller, Ruth
(Mrs. E. E.) Bloom, Nancy (Mrs. Morton) Glick, Suzanne (Mrs.
Harry M.) Permesly, Bob (Mrs. Arthur) Treister, Helyne (Mrs.
Kmnethi Treister, Gary Lou (Mrs. Buster) Silverman, Phyllis (Mrs.
Larry) Rosenberg, Rosalyn (Mrs Ferd S.) Meyer, Sarah (Mrs. Lester
A.) Russin. Adeline (Mrs. Samuel C.) Levenson, Polly (Mrs. Baron)
de Hirsch Meyer, Florence (Mrs. Isadore E.) Hecht, and her mother;
Rcslyn (Mrs. Louis) Grossman and her mother; Selma (Mrs. Julian
A.) Rickles and her aunt; Isabelle (Mrs. Neal O.) Amdur, Helen
(Mrs. Daniel) Sepler and her mother, and many more.
fr ir
Judy and Julian Kreeger have a second son, David, born last week
and weighing in at 8 lbs. 3 ozs. Until she entered the hospital, Judy
was busy with the chairmanship of the Philharmonic Prelude Group's
Valentine Ball at Kings Bay last weekend. One of the happiest grand-
mothers in town is Mrs. Hannah S. Kreeger of the Imperial.
Cr & tt
When Robert Merrill, Metropolitan Opera baritone, and his
accompanist. John Do Maio. entertained at the Great Artists Series of
Temple Both Sholom last Thursday, a capacity audience loved every
minute of it. The enthusiastic group included Sara (Mrs. Richard)
Tucker and their son and daughter-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Tucker; Mana Zucca, Juc'y and David Drucker (she is chairman of the
s :iesi; Shirley and Irving Miller who entertained at a reception in
their Sunset Island home after the concert; Helen and Meyer Kotler.
'-lie's president of the Sisterhood); Evelyn Spitanly, Sally (Mrs
Alex) Gordon and daughter. Virginia; Tess and Eli Katzen, (Mr. Katzen
:> president of the temple); Phyllis and David Miller, Dolores and
Jack Courshon. Sylvia and Irving Kaplan, Helen and James Knopke.
Esther and Martin Steiner 'he's president of Brotherhood) Lillian
Dr. Leon KronUh. Cantor and Mrs. David Convi^or. Magda and
Boclin. Edith and Dr. Hillard Gold, Mildred and Julius Sir. Doreen
Marvin Marx, Frances Lehman, and the angels, patrons and spon-
t| the series.
When Bevi rly and Gilbert Fein celebrated their 25th anniversary
Sat lay night, even the weatherman cooperated and it was a
ifiil party. The Fein'- waterfront home on Allison Island was
scen. and the more than 100 gu-sts were served a gourmet buffet
: ful flowers and warm friends.
Gilbert's dad. Jack Fein, and Beverly's parents. Sophie and Jack
V i- Eva and B. I. Binder, Estelle and Dr. Victor Dorf. Louise and
Dr. Melvin Klein. Shirley and Irving Miller, Dr. Willard Martz, Sherle
F.nTl Sol Haber. Eleanor and Dr. Jack Glassman, Bobbie and Sherry
I ovine. Mrs. Harriet Schwarzbart of Switzerland who attended with
her son and daughter-in-law, Rita and Dr. Gunther Schwarzbart.
Ciaire and Dr. Joseph Burd. Jan and Leonard Loder, Roz and Dr.
Robert Rosenblum. Marion and Judge Fred Nesbitt, Diane and Jack
Carmel. Barbara and Judge Jason Berkman, Annette and Sheldon
Kay. Florence and Monroe Cooperman, Audrey and Frank Schneider.
Kosabelle and Bernard Roth. Sue and Charles Courshon, Mel and
Ben Baloff. Elaine and Stanley Levine, Jackie and Martin King.
Gerta and Herbert King, Miriam and Arthur Berman. Carol and
Norman Epstein, Anita and Leslie Rose, Tillie and Harry Ryder.
Jane and Pete Edelstein. Mrs. Max Katz, Shelly and Philip Bergman
Rose and Pierre Demos, the Albert Rosenbergs. Dottie and Michael
Baomer. Ruth and I^eonard Jacobs, Claire and Jeri Diamond. Evelyn
and Walt Framer, the Irving Adclbergs, the Leon Oppers. Sidney
Bauers. the Harry Samoffs and the Ben Brandts plus many out-of-
town guests won't forget this memorable evening.
fr "A- #
"Accent On Youth." a Broadway hit show of the 30s, will be pre
sented by Temple Israel Brotherhood Feb. 22 through 24. Each per-
formance includes dinner at 7 p.m. and the show at 8:30 p.m.
Temple Israel's "all-star" cast includes Joe Gardner, Doris Sprung
Buffy Faine. Carol Schiff. Sy Eisenfeld. Jon Carlton, Scott Douglas
and Alan Miller. Play director is Dorothy Portnoy.
Tables of 10 will be set for each performance; for reservations
contact the temple.
ft & ^
Dr. and Mrs. George Jacobson and Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Beinhorn
of Miami Shores just returned from a 10-day cruise aboard the Niouw
Amsterdam. Both Dr. Jacobson and Mr. Bienhorn celebrated their
birthdays while on the cruise.
Sophia Drach Engaged To Norman S. Lipson
MRS. HOWARD ADAMS
Violet Ventura,
Howard Adams
Exchange Vows
Violet Ann, the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Jose Ventura. 6225 La
Gorce Dr., Miami Beach, ex-
rhan"'H marring vows with How-
ard Michael Adams, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Adams of Mal-
vern. Penna., Sunday, Jan. 30.
at Temple Beth Sholom. The cere-
mony, performed by Rabbi Harry
Jolt and Rabbi Meir Masliah. in-
cluded a message by Rabbi Leon
Kronish and was followed by a
reception and dinner.
For her wedding, the bride wore
a gown designed by Piccione for
Bonwit Teller and fashioned of
white Lyons silk velvet and pol-
yester chiffon. Her veil was of
silk chiffon with pearl beading.
The groom's sister, Marsha
Adams, and the bride's friend.
Osiris Ouinones were maids of
honor. The procession included
the bride's three brothers and
their wives: Marjorie and Frank.
Sienhanie and Jack and Lenore
and Henry Ventura. The youngest
brother. Franklin, served as the
groom's best man.
The bride, a graduate of Miami
Beach Senior High School attends
the University of Miami, where
she will graduate in June with a
degree in Philosophy. Her hus-
band, a graduate of Great Valley
Senior High School is a'so a stu-
dent at the University of Miami.
Thev are presently living in Coral
Gables*
'Young Republicans' Meet
The Dade County Young Repu-
blican Club will hold its month-
ly political education meeting
Wednesday, at 8:00 p.m. in the
New England Oyster House, 280
Alhambra Circle. Coral Gables.
Sophia S. Drach, daughter of
Mis. Imre Drach of New York
I City and the late Mr. Drach. is
I engaged to marry Norman S. Lip-
son, son of Cantor and Mrs. Wil-
liam W. Lipson of Miami.
Miss Drach received her educa-
tion in the schools of New York:
she is presently employed as exe-
cutive secretary to the president
i of Ladies Import, a division of
Arlen Realty and Development
! Corp.
Mr. Lipson, a graduate of the
University of Miami, will be or-
dained in June at the Hebrew Un-
ion College in Cincinnai1 Ohio.
He attended the Hebrew Univer-
sity and the Hebrew Union Col-
lege in Jerusalem for one year.
They met in the summer of 1970,
just before his return to the Uni-
ted States: Mrs. Drach was on a
three-week tour of Israel.
An early Fall wedding in New
York City, is being planned.
SOPHIA S. ORACH


Young Israel Holding 14th
Annual Banquet On Sunday
Young Israel of Greater Miami, i the daily service and study a fun-
990 NE 171st St., will hold its I damental theme as it develops
14th annual banquet at the Eden j from the close textual anafysis
Roc Hotel on Sunday, according j of a specific prayer,
to Barry D. Schreiber, North
Miami Beach attorney who is pre-
sident of the Orthodox congrega-
tion.
This year's affair will honor
Rabbi and Mrs. Naftali Porush.
who will be settling in Israel in
the near future.
Highlighting the dinner will be
a special appearance by the "Four
Ayalons," Israeli singers and co- |
medians.
"This affair will be the culmina-
tion of a year unparalleled in the
congregation's history for growth
and progress." Mr. Schreiber de-
clared.
The Adult Education Program'.;
Spring Semester of young Israel
Great Miami will be held at
the synagogue on Thursday even-
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Rabbi Naftali Porush will lead |
the series of ten 8:30 p.m. s< n:iua:s JM
on "The Anatomy of Prayer." The
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Hudassah Groups
Planning Parties
Three groups of the Miami
Beach Chapter of Haclassah are
planning parties this month.
Esther Group will hol Ilank luncheon pirty Tuesday at
12:30 p.m. in the I'lmincial Savings
Rank auditorium, 755 Washington
Avc., Mrs. Clara Landy, presi-
dent .announces. The price of ad-
mission is a filled eye-bank, raffle
ook. blue box or $5.
Spopliie Tucker Group plans a
"Las Vegas Night" Sunday. Feb.
>7, from 7 to ll p.m. at the Coast-
al Towers. Mrs. Samuel Leftoff,
president, announces. Jean Fein-
berg is in charge of reservations.
lli-r/l (iroup will celebrate
Purim with a party for all Life
Members Tuesday, Feb. 29. at
12:30 p.m. in the Algiers Hotel.
Mrs. Rose Zeigmund will preside.
Our hearts Belong To Beth David" was selected as Ihe
of the .annual Beth David day luncheon held
Miumdrint this week. Fashions by Branel and
Styles by J. Baldi were featured during the gala
t planned by. from left to right, (standing) Mrs. Walter
t, cochuiiman, Sisterhood president Mrs. Norman Sholk,
Mrs. Seymour Friend, cochairman; (seated) Mrs. Jules Bag-
ian, Mrs. Richard Bailey and Mrs. Moie Tendrich.
FWV Dinner Aids
Scholarship Fund
Traditionally, Purim is a Jewish
holiday of dancing and laughter.
To make this year's festivities
special, the YM/YWHA of Greater
Miami is si>onsoring the Bal Mas-
que Purim Ball, Saturday, Feb.
26, at 9:00 p.m. Mrs. Irving Wex-
ler is chairman of the affair, which
will include entertainment danc-
ing, music by the "Notables," re-
freshments. Israeli singing and
folk dancing.
Tickets for this gala event to
be held in the ballroom at the
Y. 8500 SW 8th St.. may be pur-
chased at the switchboard of the
center.
* The YM/YWHA is sponsoring a
two-week sojourn in Israel, depart-
ing Miami >n April 11 ami return-
ing on April 25. The tour will be
led by Myron A. Berezin, executive
director of the YMIIA and Mrs.
Berezin.
Former Surfside Vice Mayor and Mrs. Louis Hoberman
receive a congratulatory citation from Max Kaminski, (right)
chairman ol the Sunchine Committee of the George Ger-
shwin Lodge, Knights of Pythias, on the occasion of their
31st wedding anniversary. Mr. Hoberman is president of
the Brandeis Zionist District of Miami Beach; his wife,
Estelle, is well-known locally as a concert pianist and artist.
Fictured at the recent opening of Eugene Massin's exhibit-
ion at the Lowe-Levinson Art Gallery of Temple Beth
Sholom are Mrs. David Drucker, (left) director of the gallery,
Mrs. Juluis Ser, a member of the culture and fine arts corn-
Mrs. Julius Ser, a member of the culture and fire arts com-
mittee of Beth Sholom, Mrs. Leon Kronish, wife of the tem-
ple's spiritual leader, and the artist, Eugene Massin.
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MW^***'WA^WW*W^*'W^>A> KK\I.\ KOVITZ
When Kevin Law rence, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Kovit/, be-
comes a Bar Mitzvah at Temple
Menorah Sniiirdav. Feb. 19. in ad-
dition to chanting >he Haftorah,
he will also be the Baal Koreh.
Kevin attends the Hebrew Aca-
demy where he is an eighth grade
honor student in English and Heb-
, w studies.
A lunchi ner-dance in Kevin's honor, will
\ e held at Tem; Among the out town honored
g i its *ill i) ill grandparents,
Mr. and Mis. Salo Better, who
are celebrating their 50th wedding
annivei sary. Kevin's parents are
ablating their .')0th wedding
anniversary.
JOAN (il-OVER
.loan Barbara, the daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. Nathan Glover, will
be called to the Torah as a Bat
Mit/vah by her uncle. Rabbi Sol
J andau. Saturday, Feb. 19, at Beth
David Congregation.
A seventh grade student at the
Hebrew Academy, Joan i'.as at-
tended the religious school at Beth
David since kindergarten, and has
been a member of the Beth David
Junior Choir for the past four
years. She is the grandaughter of
the late Kabbi Fzekiel Landau
who has been memorialized by,
the naming of a synagogue in Is- '
jael.
Dr. and Mrs. Glover will host a
Kl idush-luncheon in Sjiector Hall
after services, and a dinner Sat-
urday night l'ir Joan's friends,
family and out "f town guests.
Among the honored buests will
be Mrs. Ezekii I Landau Joan's '
grandmother from Miami Beach;
her uncle and aunt, conductor-
composer Siegfried Landau and
Mrs. Landau of Scarsdale. N'.Y.;
Dr. lsab< lie Cazeaux and Mrs. Mar-
ie-Anne Cazeaux of New York City
Miss Anne Brown of Toronto.
Canada, and Miss Sara Landau of
Louisville, Ky.
MITCHELL TAYLOR
Mitchell Glen, son of Mr. and
Mis. Jack Taylor, "ill become Bat
Mitzvah on Saturday, Feb. 19. at
Temple Emanu-El.
Mitchell is a student at the Lear
School.
The celebrant will be honored
with a Kiddush at Temple Kmanu-
El and a reception at the Diplomat
Country Club. His grandmothers,
Mrs. Relx-cca Taylor and Mrs.
Sonya Erdmann will attend the
event.
ANDREW KKIFF
Andrew, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Reiff, will olxserve his
Bar Mitzvah at Beth Torah Con-
gregation Saturday, Feb. 19.
A seventh grade student at John
F. Kennedy Junior High School.
Andrew is in the fourth grade
class of Beth Torah's Harold Wolk
Keligious School.
The celebrant's parents will
sjionsor the Kiddush following he
sei vices in his honor. The gWsts
will include his paternal grand-
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Reiff
ot Brooklyn. N'.Y. and his maternal
grandmother. Mrs. Irving Moines-
ter of Miami Beach.
ft Jl'LIAXXE RAM)
Juliannc, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Stephen Rand. 7197 SW 22nd
St., will celebrate her Bat Mitzvah.
Friday, Feb. 18, at Temple Beth
Tov.
An eighth grade student at West
Miami Junior High School. Julian-
nc paints, plays several musical
instruments anil writes poetry.
Mr. and Mrs. Rand will host the
Oneg Shabbat following the ser-
vices, and a reception in their
home on Saturday night in honor
ol the occasion.
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TOBI CANTOR
Topi, daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
I^eonard Cantor, will become a
Bat Mitzvah at the late Friday
evening services, Feb. 18, at Beth
Torah Congregation.
An eighth grade student at
Thomas Jefferson Junior High
School. Tobi is a member of the
pro-Confirmation Class at Beth
Toralfs ,Haroid Wolk Religious
School.
Dr. and Mrs. Cantor will sen-
sor the Oneg Shabbat following
sen ices, and a reception and
luncheon Saturday at the Bal-
moral Hotel Mrs. Harry Cantor,
Tobi's grandmother; her uncle and
aunt. Mr. and Mrs. William Can-
tor of Richmond. Va., will attend.
It
ijaijkv s('HBCTEB
Barry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arn-
old Schecter, will l>e called to the
Torah for his Bar Mitzvah Satur-
day, Feb. 19. at the Beth Torah
Kevin Keviti
Congregation.
A seventh grade student at John
F Kennedy Junior High School.
Barry also attends Beth Torah's
Harold Wolk Religious School.
In Barry's honor, his parents
will sjionsor the Kiddush following
the services. The guests will in-
clude his grandparents, Mr. and
Mis. Morris Mudrick and Mr. p.nd
Mis. David Schecter.
Cantors Association Plans Jewish Music Month Cence" >>, 1
and directed by I'aiiii'i I
C'onviser, will also feature a ."'ll jfl
bined children's choir, perfoi '* <
Improved Maxim Coffee
For Unexpected Guests
Everyone' likes to be prepared,
particularly when it comes to en- !
tertnining in the home. But holi-
days like Purim often moan
friends and relatives "popping" i:.
at unexpected times. That's w Iv.
it makes good sense to have Im
provi^l Maxim Freeze-Dricd Cof- I
fee right at your fingertips.
Of course, speod is one thing i
And good coffee flavor somethin'.'
else. But because Maxim is prw-
essed faster, it can lock in more |
fresh percolated flavor. Improved
Maxim is actually so rich an
strong that the people who make]
it suggest that you use less in ev-1
.ry cup. Be sure to add Improved
Fre.-z<>-Dricd Maxim Coffe to
your Purim shopping list.
The Cantors Association of
Greater Miami will present a Jew-
' ish Music Month concert in the
1 Miami Beach Auditorium Satur-
, day evening. March 18. it has
' leen announced. The Cantors' En-
semble, which includes representa-
tive-, from all the synagogues of
the area, has planned an outstand-
i ing program of liturgical, chas-
sidic. Hebrew and Yiddish music.
some of Mr
compositions.
Kershko't orii
rtern
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Doctor Is Forte Forum Gu?isis]
Dr. Arthur Liciuen* <-m
%peak on the topic. ".Men!. H
: Retirees." at the FOrtfi F
, .->n Tuesday at I p.m.. in irie F
The concert produced by Israeli Auditorium. 1200 W. M
pianrst-com|)oser Shmuel Fersbko Miami Beach.
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BBW Chapter Benefit Set
Proceeds of the "Las Vegas
Night" sponsored by Bicnvenida
Chapter. B'nai B'rith Women, will
be used to support the children's
hospital and other chapter chari-
ties. The event is scheduled for
S p.m. Sunday in Camelot Hall,
lOlSo Collins Ave.
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vJenisti mfarSdliiaiin
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lorting Capital
is... Or Losses
Hal
ilal losses may
py kind of cap-
ng points out.
t losses for cx-
l to reduce the
torn the sale of
t types of prop-
llso can be used
ry income, with
matched against
on a dollar-for-
with long-term
Itchable only on
dollars of loss
I income.
Mr. Lang explains,
Bounl of ordinary
'lie offset in any
$500 each for
filing separately.
er long or short-
inaximum, the
carried forward
capital gains or
me in subsequent
capital Kains have
large in 1971 it is
says, to average
it previous yeais.
rather complicated
CPA official ad-
vises, the assistance of a qualified
tax adviser is recommended.
Capital gains or losses, and the
tax results they bring, are not
solely the concern of those who
invest in securities. Anyone who j
sells or exchanges property may
incur a capital gain or loss, ac- j
cording to James T. Lang, CPA, j
president of the Florida Institute
of Certified Public Accountants.
Mr. Lang explains that most of
an individual's pro|>erties (other'
than the stock-in-trade of his busi-
ness! are capital assets. When
these are sold for more than their
cost, the profit is a capital gain.
Any loss on the sale is a capital ;
loss, but losses are not deductible !
unless the pro|>erty was held for
the pur|H)se of producing income. '
A capital gain on an asset that
lias been held more than six
months is "long-term;" on prop-
erty owned for six months or less. |
"short-tern-.."
The tax on short-term gains is
the same as on ordinary income.
On long-term gains it is substan-
tially less one half the rate on
ordinary income up to a maxi-
mum rate of 32.5',; for 1971 and
.".v. in 1972 and thereafter.
'Glatt Kosher9 Catering
Offered By A llison Hotel
r\<\
>le.
lty And Theft Losses
ft Be Proved, CPA Says
jM.'Mie deductions that can
3N.- irBm ta* obligations are
casualty losses and
Uncle Sam is very
iomH dbout documentation
015 ii sea, according to James
ii;MeHs\, president of the
i tmtUfetc ol Certified Pub-
in
iTRAI
[ATM
Oth
. $800
M
s.
P.M
explains that generally
loss i< one that results
^en, unexpected or un-
t, and the burden of
it the "mi-map or disas-
as ^casualty lies with
r. ..-:
"'"' M occurrence such
lornadb, flood or earth-
mscs destruction throngh-
taxpaye^s community, he
. st show that it reduced
le of his property and
e extent of loss claimed.
I of 1<$5. i^ computed in
: two"*#ys. the CPA of-
78. One-is to start with
REFORM
CANTOR
*>r
HOm PASSOVER
SERVICE
Mr. Newman 531-1271
OMINIUMS
HOTELS
ike fe arrange a beautiful
Cantor with nice voice
ble. Cell 844-9-171
e wasssnmust drive car
LincolnbbbVI Area-live out
KEEPER
After 2 P.M.
PANION
lady. Miami Beach.
Room, board $65
er 6 p.m.
the original cost of the property
and add any expenditures for capi-
tal Improvements, then deduct the
depreciation, insurance proceeds,
salvage value and a standard $100
exclusion for each casualty (not
for each piece of property.) Busi-
ness casualty losses are not subject
to the $100 exclusion.
The second way to determine
the decrease in value is with con-
tractor's bids for restoring the t
property to its condition imme.ii-1
ately prior to the event. Again, in-
surance proceeds and the S1C0 ex-
clusion reduce the amount of de-1
ductible loss. The types of evidence
helpful in proving a loss, Mr.
Lang says, include inventories, re-
ceipts, before-and-after photo-
graphs, news clippings, |>olice or
fire department records of alarms
turned in and appraisers' esti-
mates.
If the property is insured, insur-
ance company adjusters will pro-
vide their estimate of the amount
of loss, but if taxpayers consider
this assessment low or if the
property is uninsured public
appraisers who arc experts in the
type of property may be called in.
If insurance proceeds exceed the
value of the property prior to the
casualty, there may be a taxable
gain.
! fine distinction between a sudden.
j Often, Mr. Lang says, there is a
! unexiK'Cted phenomenon, which is
| deductible, and a gradual ongoing
I deterioration, which is not. He
i cites as an example damage caused
I by winter weather: unless there Is
1 a specific blizzard or sleet storm,
i the loss generally is not deducti-
i ble.
The same lack of suddenness and
\ unpredictability rules out deduc-
! tions for losses caused by termites,
dry rot, rust, erosion and drought
in on area where dry conditions
are normal.
In cases of theft, there must be
evidence that theft actually oc-
curred. The fact that a piece of
property is missing is not enough,
Lang warns.
Judge Lewis Kapner, 34, wh<
was named one of five oui I
standing young men in Floridu
for 1971-72 by the Florida jay-
cees, is one of the youngest
juvenile courts judges in the,
nation. He is a member of the
national execu'ive council ot
the American Jewish Commit-
tee, chairman of the 1971 brae.
Bond campaign in Palm B3acr
County, a delegate to the Whitt
House Conference on Children,
and has served as regionai
chairman of the Governor's
Task Force on Juvenile Delin
quency.
Temple Zion's Sisterhood,
Mr. and Mrs. Club Meet
The Sisterhood of Temple Zion
announce a petite luncheon and
coffee, Tuesday at 10 a.m. in the
temple's social hall. Program
chairman, Mrs. Sanford Zinn, and
hospitality chairman. Mrs. Sid
Goldner, have planned an interest-
ing meeting with Rabbi Norman
N. Shapiro as the s|>eaker.
Temple Zion's Mr. and Mrs. Club
Temple Zion's Mr. and Mrs Club
will meet Sunday at 8:15 p.m. in
the temple social hall. Attorney
Paul Kwitney's discussion of the
topic, "The Legal and Psycholo-
gical Aspects of Nudism" will be
followed by a short film. Mr. and
Mrs. Alan Raven are chairmen.
Amos Juster. president of Sun
Hotels International, has announ-
ced the Allison Hotel's new "Al-
lison Continental Catering Serv-
ice," a strictly Glatt Kosher cat-
ering oixration.
Catering manager Arthur Teich-
ner graduated from the European
School of Catering and for the
past 24 years has served in an
impressive list of fine Miami and
Miami Beach hotels, such as the
Dupont Plaza, Saxony, di Lido.
Marco Polo and Fontainebleau.
He has also served as executive
tood consultant to Miss U.S.A. and
Miss Universe Beauty Pageants
and has been an instructor in Food
and Hotel Management at Miami-
Dade Junior College.
Emery L. Green, new associated
Continental Cati ning. has headed
the firm of Continental Kosher
( at ring for 13 years, serving maj-
or synagogues (both Orthodox and
Conservative I, hospitals and nurs-
ing homes, the University of
with Arthur Teichner in Allison
Miami. YMHA. and private homes
In Dade and Browaro Counties.
The Allison Hotel, at 6261 Col-
lins Ave Miami Beach, has pro-
vided three large, newly decorated
banquet rooms tor catering up to
100 persons. The Kosher catering
is under the supervision of the
Orthodox Rabbinical Council of
Greater Miami, and has been
initiated to fill a growing need
lor fine Kosher catering.
Sky Lake's Sixth Annual
Dinner Scheduled March 5
Alvin Matzer, president of Sky
Lake Synagogue and Mrs. Shirley
Jacobson, president of the Sister-
hixid, announce the sixth annual
dinner of Sky Lake Synagogue
will be held March 5 at Temple
Kmanu-KI, 1701 Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach.
At this banquet and ball, the
congregation and Sisterhood will
honor Barney and Ann Pulda for
their efforts on behalf of the syna-
gogue and of many worthy Jewish
and non-Jewish causes.
David Pinski Ciub Meeting
At the David Pinski Club "Oneg
Shabbos" Friday at 8:00 p.m., in
the Ida Fisher School Cafeteria,
1450 Drexel Ave., the Yiddish-Is-
raeli poet Abraham Sutzkever, will
be discussed by L. Lasavin. Folk
singer Hida Zuckcr, will be ac-
accompanied by Paul Yanovsky
on the mandolin, and Yankev
Gorelick will also entertain.
FOR RENT
,15 Month
rBlTMAY
HY ON MKtCHASE
\ 751-1841
ELECTROLYSIS
Hair permanently removed. For
Men and Woman with this Coupon
you get one free visit.
HARRIET IAUER
7800 Red Rood
Suite 204 M7-14S3
Temple Dedicating
New Torahs Sunday
Two new Torahs to be dedi-
cated at Temple Adath Ycshurun,
1025 NE Miami Gardens Dr., at
10:15 a.m. Sunday were endowed
by Mr. and Mrs. Ben Fellner and
Mr. and Mrs, Ben Rotenberg.
In addition to Linda, Michael and
I Dehra Fellner, all the children of
| Temple Adath Yeshurun Nursery
and Hebrew schools will partici-
\ pate in the program. These scrolls
I are symbolic of the growth of the
! temple, which plans to begin con-
' st ruction of a new sanctuary* this
fall.
HAVE YOU SEEN NATALIES
ANTIQUE JEWELRY COLLECTION?
NATALIE'S BOUTIQUE 7267 DADELAND AAALL
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
We, the undersigned Beth Din, hereby declare
an "issur hasogat gvul" on the position of prin-
cipal of the Hillel Community Day School, and
no applicant for that position should accept it
until this "issur" is removed.
SIGNED:
RABBI BERELWEIN
TIBOR H. STERN
RABBI PHINEAS WEBERMAN
We view with dismay the sudden dismissal
of the principal of the Hillel Community Day
School.
We strongly urge that no principal or teacher
of this or any other community accept a position
at the Hillel Community Day School until this
matter has been properly resolved.
Any person applying for this position at this
time would be guilty of Hasagat G'vul.
Rabbi Shimon Azulay, President,
Hebrew Educators Alliance
Mrs. Gladys Diamond, Vice-president
Mr. Sholem Epelbaum, Vice-president
Rabbi Moshe Greebel Mr. Emanuel Feder
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross Mr. Nathan Greene
Rabbi Sholem Lipskar Mr. Herzel Honor
Mrs. Oscar Schmerler Mr. Irvin Pachter
Mr. Benjamin Udoff


Page 10-B
fJenist Fkriciiain
Friday, February 18, 1*
Welcoming North Bay Village Mayor David Kay (extreme
left) to the Corner Bank's annual cocktail party in the Doial
Beach Hotel are the bank's president, Stephen Corner, Abel
Holtz, first vice president, and Dr. Michael Sossin, a mem-
ber of the board.
Chapter Luncheon
Proceeds To Aid
Medical Research
Star Chapter, City of Hope, will
hold its annual Medical Research
luncheon Saturday at 11:30 a.m.
in the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Mrs. Abe Cohen, president, has
appointed Mrs. Rose Weingroff
and Mrs. Philip Feinsilver as co-
chairmen. Mrs. Irving Bloom is
program chairman.
Aaron Levenstein. professor of
Management at the Bernard M. j
Baruch School of Business and ,
Public Administration of the Col- ,
lege of the City of New York.
and author of the book. "Testi-
mony for Man, Story of the City |
of Hope," will speak. Peppy Fie'ds
will be master of ceremonies for
the musical part of the program.
Proceeds from the luncheon will
be used for scientific research at
the City of Hope Medical Center,
a free, non-sectarian hospital.
Gourmet Cooking Class
The Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Sholom announces the opening of
another Gourmet Cooking course
under the direction of Marina Pol-
vay. Classes will meet on the sec-
ond and fourth Wednesday morn-
ings of the month at the temple,
4144 Chase Ave., Miami Beach.
Inquiries may be made at the
temple office.
Sunshine Chapter Plans
Luncheon And Card Party
Sunshine Chapter. B'nai B'rith
Women, is planning a luncheon
and card party Tuesday at 12:30
p.m in the club rooms of the
Washington Federal at 633 NE
167th St., North Miami Beach.
Mrs. Arnold Rothenberg. presi-
dent, has appointed Mrs. Esther
Kronick as chairman. She will be
assisted by Mrs. Robert Schorr.
For tickets, contact Mrs. Irwin
Schonfield.
Tom Jones Concert April 2
Temple Israel Sisterhood is spon-
soring a concert featuring TV star
Tom Jones in the Deauville Hotel
Sunday evening, April 2. Mrs. Sam
Rabin is chairman of a committee
which includes Mrs. Clifford New-
mark, Mrs. Charles Held and Mrs.
Maurice Serotta. Ticket chairman
is Mrs. Joe Ruffner.
Luncheon-Book Review Set
The Louise Wise Chapter of the
American Jewish Congress will
hold a regular luncheon meeting
Thursday, Feb. 24, at 11:45 a.m.
in the Algiers Hotel, according to
Mrs. Anna K. White, president.
Mrs. Sophie Primak will review
"The Kennedy Women" by Pearl
S. Buck. Reservations may be
made by calling Mrs. Joseph K.
White or Binah Barnet.
LEtfrfL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 72-749
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In UK: Estate of
IS! I I IR IM.ATMCK
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Perseus Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Saul
Estate: .
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any clalmi and de-
mands which you may have apainst
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
the .-.-late of ISIDOK PLA.TNICK de-
to the County Judges of l>ade Coun-
ty and file the same in duplicate and
as provided in Section 733.lti. Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
iv Courthouse In Dade County. Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 10lh
day of February. A.D. 1972.
Joseph Platnick
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 18 day of February. 1972.
Bheldon N. I^elchuk
Attornev for Executor
1 \\ Flagler St., Miami. Fla
L>/l-2.r, 3 '3-10
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 72-3401
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In lie The Marriage Of:
LOUI8 l.EI.ID SAINTII.. husband
and IMHtoTMV M. SAINTII, wife.
TO: IHiHUTHV SAINTII.
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEHERV notified that
a Petition for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you, and
you are hereby required to serve a
cdpy of your answer or other plead-
ing to the Petition on the Husband's
attorney, LESTER ROGERS, whose
address is 14T.4 N.W. 17th Avenue.
Miami. Florida 33125. and file the
original with the Clerk of the above
styled court, on or before the 27 day
of March. 1972. or a Default will b
entered against you.
DATED this in day of February.
1878.
K. B. I.EATHF.RMAN
Clerk of. the Circuit Court
By: N A HEWETT
(Circuit Court Seal)
2/1S-2S 3/3-10
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 72-3336
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In K-' The Marriage Of:
LESLIE t'HANOINE. Husband
and VIRGINIA CHONOINK.,
wife
TO: VIRGINIA CHANOINK
General Post Office
Nassau. Bahamas
YOU ARE HEREBY notified that
a Petition for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you, and
you are hereby required to serve n
copy of your answer or other ulead-
ii,g to the Petition on the Husband's
attorney, LESTER RtXJF.RS. whose
address Is 1454 N W. 17'h Avenue.
Miami. Florida 33125. and file the
original with the Clerk of the sbnv*
stvlcd court on or before this 27 day
of' March. 1972 or a Default will be
entered against you.
DATED this 15 day of February.
1972.
E B. I KATHBRVW
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Bv: N. A. HEWETT
(Circuit Court Seal, ^^
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 72-216
(FRANK B. DOWLING)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
NAT BERKOK1TZ,
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
YOU are hereby notified and re-
quired t mands which you may have against
Hi, estate of NAT BERKOYVITZ de-
ceased late of Daile County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same In duplicate and
as provided ill Section 733.16. Florida
Statutes. In their offices In the Coun-
ceased late of Dade County. Flolrda,
Ida. within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 16
day of February. A D. 1978.
SALLY BERKOWITZ
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
the IS day of February. 1972.
CIIARI BS KANTOB
Attorney for Administratrix
42" Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Fla.
2/18-25 3/3-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVF.N thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business troder the fictitious name of
BAR LA CITA at 420 S.W. 22nd Ave..
Miami. Fla. intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
LEO C.OICOECHEA
Miriam Beokerman
Attorney for applicant
t.--------------. I,., M siitt ai a>a in I
Miami Grocer
Max Cypen, 88
Service for Max Cypen, 88,
a retired Miami grocer, were held
Sunday at the Riverside Alton
Road Chapel. Burial took place
in Mount Nebo Cemetery.
Mr. Cypen. who dietl Friday,
Feb. 11, at Mount Sinai Hospital,
was born in Russia and came to
the United States in 1907. He
lived in Chicago until 1925, then
moved to St. Petersburg, where
he established a chain of food
stores.
In 1945 Mr. Cypen came to
Miami Beach and opened several
food stores in this area. He re-
tired from the grocery business in
1960 and went to work as a bailiff
in the Dade County Circuit Court.
He was a member of Temple
Kmanu-El.
Mr. Cypen's survivors include
his wife, Ida; three sons, former
Circuit Court Judge Irving Cypen,
attorney Harry Cy|>en and Ben, a
Miami Beach realtor; one daugh-
ter, Betty Rothstein of Miami
Beach, 13 grandchildren and two
great-grandehildron.
SUSSMAN
Fannie, died suddenly, beloved wife
of Tobias Bussman, devoted sister of
Leo Rosenberg and Hn Rose Prot-
seL Dear sister-in-law of Mrs. Leo
Rosenberg, Mrs Rose Rosenberg and
Mrs. Anna Rosenberg. She was B
member of Temple Emanu-EI and
life member of the Sisterhood. Mem-
ber of the board of the Eddie Cantor
Chapter of Hadassah. Life member
of the Jewish Home for the Aged
(Douglas Gardens). Member of Tech-
nion. B'nai B'rith Women. Hebrew
University and numerous other or-
ganlsatlona Services were held
Wednesday at Riverside Memorial
Chapel. 192M Alton Kd. Interment In
the t'nlted Hebrew Cemetery. Staten
Island, N.Y.
LEVIN!
Dr. Sanford. .".'.', Of MB. passed away
Wednesday Be came here .." years
ago from Brooklyn, A member of the
board of directors of Temple Beth
Sholom. M.B. He served on commit-
tees which gave scholarships tf'
needy students Member Of the Bay-
shore Service Club, the A ma and
the Florida Medical Associatioti.
A member of the staff and chairman
of the utilization committee at Mount
Sinai Hospital. Also a member of
the Miami Heart Institute and South
Shore Hospital. Survived by widow.
Kita. daughtets, Diane and Sherry,
soli Herbert, brothers. Milton and
Norman Levine of N.Y. Services
w.re held Thursday at Temple Beth
Sholom. Interment in I-akeside Me-
morial Park, I.oral arrangements by
Riverside Memorial Chapel, 1920 Al-
ton ltd. In lieu of flowers family sug-
gests donations to Temple Beth
Sholom.
Obituaries
'. Ft
KALLEN. Gertrude Plaut. T4. of MB.
Riverside. ,, ,...,-,
KLEINMAN, Samuel M 81, IW
Collins Ave., Bal Harbour. River-
OI*L?Anna, it, Ml Washington Ave..
Newman. __ ,.. .. m
ROSENTHAL, Rose, ,8, 1526 NJS.
126th st North Miami, Riverside.
SIMON, Louis. Ts. of M B Riverside
Interment Mt. Nebo.
SINGER. Florence, it:: North Bnore
Dr.. Mi: Blasberg.
TELLER. Morris M 15, of N.M.B.
Riverside. _, ,
topel, Paul, r>3, of M B. Riverside.
Interment Star of David.
unger. Bess H of m B. Riverside
WITKIN, Nathan, 18, 1100 West Ave ,
M.B. Riverside. Interment Mt. Nebo
feinstein, Joseph, 87, 1908 s.\\.
9th St Gordon. Interment Mt. Nebo.
FORMAN. Samuel J.. 7S. of Hallan-
dale. Riverside. Interment Star of
David.
FRIEDMAN. Tessle. of M.B. River-
side, Interment Mt Sinai
ROSE, Murrav, 7", S401 Collins Ave .
MB. Riverside.
SAUL, Louis, 74, 11" Lincoln ltd .
M B. Riverside
SHABERMAN, t >scar. 72. 141 Collins
Ave., M.B. Riverside.
VERNI. Ralph. 73, 9"ft Bay Dr., M.B.
Riverside.
JOSEPH. Sidney. 78, 14::.", Colllm Ave .
M.B. Riverside
koopman, Clare, BS, of M.B Rlver-
KREFETZ. Reuben R.. 79. 180*0 NE.
19th Ct N.M.B Blasberg.
PEKURI. I.ee Albert, .">!>. 14" N W 1st
St. Newman
Silverstein. Jack, 88, I11" Lincoln
ltd.. Ml! Riverside
SONABEND. Abraham. 7T.. of M B.
Riverside.
ADES, Reuben. 88, B800 Collins Ave .
M.B. Riverside
BENKOWITZ. Rose, 80, SSO *th St ,
M B Blasberg.
BROWNSTEIN. Harriet. 77. of M B.
Riverside.
Jacobs. i>. rothy, 7::. 1500 w. 24th
St.. M.B. Blasberg.
MENDELSON, Kmanuel. 73, 10295
Collins Ave M B
REINER. Max, 88, Port Lauderdale.
Riverside.
ROSS. Annie M., 98, 201s Collins Ave .
MB Riverside.
SCHLESINGER. Louis, 74. 2780 N B.
183rd St N.M B. Riverside
RUBIN. Sadie. ;!. of M I! Hi., rslde.
SHERMAN, William (Bill), 89, of
M 1! Newman Interment Alt Nebo.
SIEGEL, Herman W. (Chic), of N.M.B.
Riverside.
STEIN, David, fin. of Coral Gables
Riverside. Interment Mt Nebo.
STEIN Hose, of Ml! Riverside. In-
terment Mt. Nebo.
TUCK, Sadie. 74. 101 80th St.. M II
Blasberg.
BANDER. David. 92, 4761 S.W. 4th
St. Riverside
bernstein, Harry, is, 1186 Mar-
si Ule Dr., MB I'.iversid.
BLOCH. Kit.i, 88, 8801 lndi.
Dr., m. 1! Newman.
FARBER, Louis, 61, of N I
FELDMAN. l.oretta. 88, Ol
Riverside
KALLEN, Solomon I is.bel I
N m i: Riverside,
LEVINE, Julius. 7". of N.M 1:
LEVY. Anna. 81, 42 Collin
Rlveraldi
SCHOENGOLD, Rose, 78, 8
Ave Ml! Riverside.
SCHINDLER. Alex. '.:.. Li"I
Ave .Mi: Riverside. *
STERN. Isidor. 85, 1212 Pent sylvai
Ave.. M.B.
WEINTRAUB, Samuel. 72. ,- i'.v
Ave.. M b. Newman.
BERNSTEIN, Julius M.. 63. 14 1.
ferson Ave M B Newman
GOLDSTEIN, Benjamin, 1S(""> .lam.
Ave., M.B. Interment Mt Sinai.
KRASS, Judith, S6, of M.B. I:
LICHENSTEIN. Florence. 7"
Collins Ave.. MB. Riversld.
MIZRACHI, Salomon. 74, 71* th S|
M.B. Riverside,
PRUZANSKY. Vudel, 68, 912 BuclU]
Ave M H Riverside.
SMOLENSKY. Louis, 72. 74)10 Oces]
To-., m B, Riverside
APPEL. Fannie. 72. 2129 Wash lilts
Ave M B, Blasberg. J
BERNSTEIN, Harry, 112.1 Ml ^
Dr M B.
FISHER. Mary, 77, 111" Men
Ave M B Blasberg.
Goldfinger, Esther, 88, of s >i
Riven Idi
GORDON, Samuel, 78, !"-; "1
M B Blasberg.
LEVITT. David. 85, 5900 LeJ ]
Coral Gables Blasberg.
MITTELMAN. David. 72. 147" \ Ell
125Ter., North Miami.
SPIEGEL, Jenny, r.s. 8801 O
Ave.. M.B. Blasberg.
FINEMAN, Ruth. S:,. 18.'.0 N
Bayshore I r
GALE, F.dna. '''. 2735 S W. II
Ter. lordon.
GOLDFINGER. Bsther. >::. < \
Riverside Interment Mt B
KAMINSKY. Minnie, 64, 8801 I I
Av m.b Riverside,
LEWIN. Arthur, s.".. former!) |
c lables. Riverside.
MOSKOWITZ. Israel. 104. 5161 C
Ave M.B 'lordon Interne St|
of I la\ id
NELINSON. Frank. ?:., of N.M B.
Riverside
PRINCE, William. 71, 9318 Coll.. -
Ave Surfside. Riverside
SEGAL, Alfred, .".;. formeriS
New man.
horwitz, Herman, 78, 1*61 N i:
Miami Gardens Dr.
KLEIN. Retty, r.s, 820 Collins Aw
M.B. Blasberg.
RIFKIN. Fannette. SO, 6261 8 V,
St. Gordon.
ROSENBAUM. Harrv. 81, 11.....
Dr., M.I!
HACKER
DOUBLE UNVEILING
The dedication of a monument
to the memories of Hie late
FLORENCE AND
HARRY HACKER
will take place
Sunday, February 20th et
12 Noon at the
Star of David Cemetery,
5900 SW 77th Av*.
(near Tropical Park)
with
Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating.
Friends and relatives are
asked to attend.
The Family of the late
CHARLES LUCHTER
wishes to express their sincere, heartfelt thanks
to their relatives, friends and neighbors
for their thoughtfulness and kindness
during their recent bereavement.
ROSE LUCHTER
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Open fvery Day Cfoird Sobbofh
140 SW 57fh Ave. MO 1-8583
Miotr.i'i Only Strictly Jewish
Palmers
Miami Monument Company
3279 S.W. 8th Street, Miami
444-0921 4444922
Open Sunday thru Friday
Personalized Memorials Custom!
Crofted in our own workshop.
MOSS UNVEILING
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late
SOPHIA J. MOSS
will take place Sunday,
February 20th, at 11 A.M. at
Mt. Nebo Cemetery
with
Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating.
Friends and relatives are
asked to attend.
MORRIS FISHER
UNVEILING
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late
MORRIS FISHER
will take place
Sunday, February 20th at 2 P.M.
at Mt. Nebo Cemetery
with
Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating.
Friends and relotives are
asked to attend.
EMANUEL GORDON-1946
HARRY GORDON-1964

\-4ordon /f-uncral Reform Conservative Orthodox
CALL 373-5533





18.1
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'dner.and Doris Sprung will play the principal roles
Broadway hit show "Accent On Youtn" to be pre-
jp of its Brotherhood next week. The play, which
eti to rave reviews in New York during the 1930ft,
be directed by Dorothy Pcrtnoy. Three performances
eduled en successive nights, beginning with a Tues-
black-tie champagne premiere, and will include
as well as the play.
li map showing present and proposed park areas
fc&BMBpWement.s and development under the city s
UrnftntlW1 issue planned for the March 14 ballot.
|arilyn Leavitt, (left) and William Moore 'he
open rpace for recreation and parks aimtd
^^iMng'HWlJtowin} needs of residents and their families
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Wayne Ferris of WCKT-TV, Ch. 7, (center)
presented a commentary on the facts be-
hind newscasting at a meeting of the Sister-
hood of Temple Emanu-El's board of direc-
tors recently. He is shown with Sisterhood
leaders Mrs. Lester Mishcon and Mrs. Mur-
rey Goodman, (left) Mrs. Erma Podvin and
Mrs. Mario Stone.
More than 350 guests at the installaticn
luncheon held recently by Chaim Weizman
Branch of Farband in the Fontainebleau
Hotel paid tribute to the president oy estab-
lishing the Mr. and Mrs. Moe Levin Forest
in Israel. Serving on the committee were,
from left to right, (seated) Manny Burstein,
Moe Levin. Dora Offenhenden and Vera
Belzpr; (standing) Harry Chaet, Gertrude
Birnbaum, Morris Birnbaum, Ben Silver,
Charles Greenhauf, Bernard Furman and
Samuel Samet.
Members of the committee responsible for
the annual bazaar and auction to be held
by Temple Nor Tamid Sunday and Monday
in its Sklar Auditorium include, from left,
'standing) Dora Levine, Pauline Friedman,
Bertha Rothstein, Goldie Cohen, Mildred
Blake, Edith Yasman, Betty Zimmerman,
Edith Gold and Esther Glasser; (seated)
Gertrude Fishman, Byrdie Tennenbaum,
Minnie Seltzer, Henne Schwarn and Ella
Chester. Proceeds of the event, which fea-
tures a variety of new merchandise, hand-
made gifts, home baked cakes and items
for all members of the family, and a snack
bar, are earmarked for the support of the
temple's religious school. Mrs. Ida Dwork
is chairman; Mrs. Reiva Levine is cochair-
man.
uk-Af! Btschulk will be
'p.liJ jthe fifth presi-
^^ear history of
ollege-Jewish
!, Cincinnati,
"Thursd< Feb. 24.
Seymour Coller, well-known industrialist and philanthro-
pist, and Mrs. Coller present a Sefer Torah to Kneseth Israel
Congregation in memory of his parents Dr. Adolph and
Annette Coller and his twin brother Arthur Coller. From
left to right are (seated) Oscar Schapiro, treasurer; Jack
Horwitz, chairman of the board; Mrs. Coller, Rabbi Lehr-
field. Cantor Seif, and Abraham Schlussel, vice president;
(standing) Joseph Hoffenberg, gabbai; Abe Eisenstein, chair-
man of Sefer Torah Committee; David Eisenstein, past presi-
dent and chairman of the Sefer Torah committee; Mr. Coller;
Jacob R. Modansky, president; Harry Reiser, recording sec-
retary, and Maurice Kusnitz, vice president. Public pres-
entation will take place Sunday, Feb. 27, at 1 p.m.
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Israel Bond Sales Top $6 Million Mark
At Miami Beach Luncheon
Gen. Moshe Dayan, guest speaker at the Israel Bonds
luncheon meeting last week in the Fontainebleau Hotel, is
shown with Sam Rothberg, who presided at the session.
Gen. Moshe Dayan, the De-
fense Minister of the State of
Israel, made a lightning trip to
Miami Beach last week for a
meeting with American and
Canadian Jewish leaders which
produoed more than $6 million
in Israel Bond sales.
Speaking at a luncheon sea-
sion in the Fontainebleau Hotel's
Gigi Room attended by 400 key
Israel Bond supporters from
throughout the United States
and Canada, the general stressed
his country's pressing need for
vast new sums of investment
capital from Jews aboard.
"Israel Bonds help with money
and our problem is money," he
said. "If we can sell more Bonds,
we will be capable of solving all
the problems faced by our coun-
try and better prepared to serve
the vital interests of our people."
The luncheon was the high-
light of a series of events which
is taking place in Miami Beach
this month to mobilize advance
support for the 1972 Interna-
tional Inaugural Conference for
Israel Bonds.
The Feb. 24-27 conference at
the Fontainebleau Hotel will
launch the most comprehensive
drive to raise investment capital
through the sale of Israel Bonds
since the Jewish State was
founded in 1948. The goal of
the 1972 campaign is $450 mil-
lion, which is almost double the
it -ft rt
record $251 million in Israel
Bonds sold in 1971.
Gen. Dayan, who was making
his second visit to Miami Beach,
spoke directly to the concerns
of the world Jewish community.
He participated in a frank ques-
tion-and-answer session which
ranged over the gamut of Is-
rael's problems, from defense
and immigration to relations
with the United States and the
prospects for a secure peace in
the Middle East.
Asked if Israel could absorb
t!ie rising tide of Jewish immi-
grants from the Soviet Union,
Gen. Dayan said he saw no
reason for alarm and that he
expected Israel's population to
grow from three million to five
million in the next few years.
"We have been waiting for
the Jews of Russia to come for
a long time, a very long time,"
he declared. "If all of them come
we are not only ready, but cap-
able of taking them.
"If need be, the army will
give up its barracks to the new-
comers and sleep in tents. And
if that is not enough, we will
give them our tents and sleep
outside."
Gen. Dayan expressed optim-
ism over his recent meetings in
Washington with Secretary of
State Rogers and Defense Secre-
tary Laird. He said that he was
happier than ever before about
72 Fashion Show Salutes
Philanthropist, Artist
Mrs. Max Cohen, a leader in nu-
.rous philanthropic causes in the
Miami community and Israel, will
honored at the International
?remiere of the 1972 Israel Bond
fashion show and luncheon at the
[Fontainebleau Hotel Thursday,
j"eb. 24 according to Mrs. Jan
Peerce, national Israel Bonds
Women's Division chairman.
Mrs. Cohen, who will be the re-
cipient of a special State of Israel
\\vard and her late husband were
ulers in the cause for Jewish
i-.'at ion; a number of educa-
) institutions now bear their
le. They also built a Nahlat
communal farm) in Israel for
450 immigrant Yemenite families.
In Miami, Mrs. Cohen is a foun-
der of Mount Sinai Hospital, a
member of the Combined Jewish
Appeal, Federation, Jewish Na-
tional Fund, Hadassah and the
Women's Cancer League of Miami
Beach.
A special tribute to Chaim
Gross, one of the world's foremost
artists, sculptors and wood and
stone carvers, will also be given
at the fashion show Mrs. Peerce
said. The tribute will recognize
the outstanding service Mr. Gross,
who designed the 1972 Sponsor
Continued on Page S-C
his country's relations with the
United States and pleased with
the response of the American
government to Israel's requests
for military aid. "We do not
ask American soldiers to fight
for us," he observed, "but we
do ask for the means to defend
ourselves."
The general said that U.S.
military aid would have a large
part in Israel's defense plan
for many years to come. "We
expect to produce more of our
military hardware in the future,"
he stated, "but I can foresee no
circumstances In which our
country will not continue to be
dependent on yours for the
sophisticated weaponry which
we need."
Addressing himself to recent
developments on the interna-
tional scene, Gen. Dayan said he
saw a ray of hope for Israel in
the estrangoment of the Soviet
Union and Red China and the
growing detente between the
United States and China.
He also viewed with favor the
prospects for peace in the Mid-
dle East if, he said, Israel has
the power and the patience to
perserve in its present course.
"I think the Egyptians are be-
ginning to realize that they can-
not win in a war with Israel and
that they will have to come
to terms with us," he declared.
Presiding at the luncheon
meeting was Sam RothNrg.
general chairman of t** Isr|
Bond Organization, who also
conducteu me baiti ol ,...., ..-.
cJewisli Flor idian
Miami, Florida Friday, February 18, 1972
Section C
Lt. Gen. Haim Bar-Lev A
Soldier Farmer Statesman
"A very complex man" is the
way many of his former colleagues
in the Israel Defense Forces have
described the solidly built, rug-
gedly handsome, gray-haired mili-
tary strategist who as chief of
staff had for four years directed
the destiny of his country's de-
fenses .
Lt. Gen. Haim Bar-Lev, 48, who
will deliver the main address at
the Inaugural Conference, is slated
to enter the Israeli Cabinet short-
ly as Minister of Commerce and
Industry. He is relinquishing a
long and distinguished military
career to start another important
phase of leadership and service in
behalf of his country.
When you mention "Bar-Lev"
In Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Haifa,
Elath or Beersheba, everyone
thinks of the strategic Bar-Lev
Line along the Suez which he
created after the Six Day War as a
life-saving buffer between Egypt
and Israel. They also think of
Bar-Lev as the hero of Israel's
War of Independence, as the bril-
liant tactician and lattlefie'.d com-
mander, as the officer who played
a major role in the development
of Israe"s armed strength since
the establishment of the Jewish
State.
Haim Bar-Lev has become a
folk hero. He is one of the few
general staff officers in Israel
who has learned to fly. His ex-
ploits in the underground Palmach
commando unit during the British
Mandate in Palestine and as the
father of Israel's armored divisions
have made him a legend in his
own lifetime.
Although renowned primarily
for his achievements as an army
officer, the fact is that Gen. Bar-
Lev has deep roots in the soil
of Israel. For during much of his
childhood and most of his early
manhood, he had been an agrarian
student and a successful farm
worker.
In addition to his agricultural
background, he found the time
luring his three decades of soldier-
ing to earn an M.A. degree in In-
dustrial management and econo-
mics at Columbia University in
New York.
Saturday evening, Feb. 2f>. Gen.
Bar-Lev will be honored at the
Inaugural Dinner of a four-day
international Economic Conferen-
ce for Israel Bonds, to be held
in Miami at the Fontainebleau
Hotel beginning Thursday, Feb.
24. The conference will launch
a worldwide campaign for the sale
of $450 million in Israel Bonds
during 1972.
Unlike most career officers in
the United States and other coun-
tries. Gen. Bar-Lev had not plan-
ned to make the armed forces his
life. He has stated on numerous
occasions that, if Israel had not
had to fight three wars to win
and preserve its independence, he
would have remained a farmer
Continued on Pago 2-C
Bess Myerson, William Goldfine
Honorees At Monday's Reception
Bess Myerson, the former Miss
America who is now the Com-
missioner of Consumer Affairs
for the City of New York, will
be the guest of honor at a recep-
tion for State of Israel Bonds at
7 p.m. Monday in the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel.
Also honored on the occasion
will be William Goldfine, the
prominent business and com-
munal leader who is honorary
chairman of the Greater New
York Israel Bond Committee.
Goldfine is present of the Royal
National Bank of New York.
Avraham Harman, former am-
bassador of Israel to the United
States, who is now president of
the Hebrew University in Jeru-
salem, will be the principal
speaker at the dinner, which
climaxes advance activities for
New York City residents in con-
junction with the 1972 Interna-
tional Inaugural Conference for
Israel Bonds.
The conference, set for Feb.
24-27 at the Fontainebleau
Hotel, will officially launch the
worldwide campaign to sell
$450,000,000 in Israel Bonds in
1972.
Miss Myerson has richly ful-
filled the promise vested in her
when she was chosen to be Miss
America. Her selection by Mayor
Lindsay to be Commissioner of
Consumer Affairs in New York
surprised many, but she has
more than justified the choice
by fighting aggressively to pro-
tect the interests of the shopper.
Miss Myerson was a leading
radio and television star for
more than a dozen years, ap-
pearing regularly on such shows
as "Candid Camera" and "I've
Got a Secret." She has also been
featured on "The Big Payoff,"
the "Today" show and the Ed
Sullivan and Jackie Gleason
shows.
An honor graduate of Hunter
College in New York, where she
was born and raised, she is an
accomplished pianist and flu-
tist, and has performed as guest
soloist with the New York Phil-
harmonic Orchestra. She is also
a talented actress and has ap-
peared in summer stock through-
out the country.
Miss Myerson has been promi-
nently identified with many
worthwhile causes in the Jewish
and general communities. She
serves as Women's Division
chahman of the Greater New
York Committee for the State
of Israel Bonds and has played
a leading role with the Anti-De-
famation League of B'nai B'rith,
the National Conference for
Christians and Jews, the Nation-
al Organization for Mentally 111
Children, the League for Seri-
ously Disturbed Children and
many other communal and civic
efforts. She is a member of the
Advisory Board of the Eleanor
Roosevelt Memorial Foundation,
which was chartered by the Con-
gress of the United States.
BESS MYERSON
WILLIAM GOLDFINE
.
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iage 2-C
v Imlsii fkridfatr
Friday. February 18, 1972
Lt. Gen. Haim Bar-Lev A
Soldier Farmer Statesman
Continued from Page 1-C
nod one.
Born in Austria in 1934 ami
educated in Zagreb, Yugoslavia.
-. emigi ated to Pales-
x in- ,s .1 youth of IS nisi before
1 outbreak i World War 11.
His decision bo live and work on
the b.n.i in Palestine was Influen-
t's parents.
Yo ing Haim come from an
: lenl Zionist home. Sinea earliest
childhood, his parents, had dis-
(1 i the family's eventual settle-
ment in th Jewiah homeland as
.. reajiatk goal. Ho was taught
Hebrew at home, and read every-
thing he could 10 prcjvarc him for
his InaJ move to Palestine. His
piste bad preceded hint there and
.* followed b> hL< parents.
"We neve, thought of wanting
to in' in an) other country,*' ho

I ttelj upon en-
ds new hona land, Haim
*:.*".',e ram aettle-
ttended the Mikve Is-
Hlgh School,
oined the local unit of
:i. the undergn
,'iv\ force which was
for self-pro-
- and
nd latei une the
:i in the Jewish Rghl
ohd in Palestine.
n his graduation from high
* ho in 1942, he I ei ame a mem-
ber i'f the Palmach. the strUdng
Haganah. anil worked
his waj up from the rank of pri-
\..te to that of tiattalion com-
mnmier. He also eontinued his
work as a farmer and land cn-
> \ tionisi whenever he could
return home. For si\ years pre-
ceding Israel's declaration of in-
nependence. while he often tilled
the sail during the day. he partici-
pated in nighttime operations
; t Arab terrorists and in re-
- ii :.. e activities directed against
. Ish Mandatory authorities.
His most famous exploit with
1 ,' I-.." 111.
when he led a 40-man I
in a: which res the
blowing up of the Allen:-;. Brl
Ji Ian Rivei [1 w
1 the time and an
tion was cat
ties ivj ene-
infire during the 30 hi
area

Kege>
B 1 n le. known Beasts
N get lected the
r 11 s "Moments
Northern Nege\ region. On
IS 1948, the via.. Israel pro-
. Ha lade] en same
n was i!k- Bm t' engage
gyptian army in
coaal Six 1 nths later, while
an ling a mechanised batta-
:ni! routed the Egyptians
and sued them ai the bo:
taking Abu Aghcila and continu-
ing !."t -'ii their heels right up to
. aches of El Arista
ir-Le\ remembers this
military action with particular
keenness. "We had armored oars
without Willis, a mechanised com-
1 i>any 01 Infantry, a company of
tooi-s and supporting units, and
I single anti tank sun." he re-
la "They 'the Egyptians) fled.
This was our Drat battle on the
, move and we captured some 40
vehicles. Including some fine Stag-
hound armored cars equipped with
two-pound guns. We immediately
Md those oars and had them
j back in action with our colors on
them."
Following the end of Israel's
War of Independence. Gen. Bar-
j Lev was promoted to various top
level positions in the defense
1 forces.
During the Sinai Campaign of
1966, Gen Moahe Dayan, who was
then chief of staff, appointed him
to command an armored brigade
which captured Rafla and Kl Arish
and advanced as far as the ap-
hes to the Suez Canal.
Appointed chief of Israel's Ar-
mored Command in 1957, a post
I he held for tour years, he was
responsible tor reorganizing his
nti.. .- tank corps now 1 a
..- one of tin I ost in the 1
lie also un an inspection
|| nd train-
ing schools of Western Europe and
the United States
*'ii the eve of the Six Day War
in 1967, he was promoted to the
rank of deputy chief of Stafl ol
the Israel Defense Forces i>> his
long-time friend. Gen. Yit/hak
Rabin, who was then chief of staff.
Gon. Bar-Lev played a significant
part in planning the military stra-
tegy which led to Israel's miracul-
ous swift victory over the much
larger and better-equipped Arab
forces.
As far as Gen. Bar-Lev is con-
cerned, Jerusalem was the pin-
nacle of the war. not only from
a military viewpoint but a.so from
an historic vantagepoint.
"When we entered old Jeru-
salem tor the Oral time since
1948." he said. "I had the feel-
ing that a stone had rolled
heart a weight that had
been there for 19 years. I had
had the feeling all thesi years
that we. the fiist generation in
lern Israel, had not truly ac-
npllshed our task with Jerusa-
lem divided as it was. I felt that
we had not paid our tall debt
to hfa thai this
gift w still lad t< pi est nt to
Israel aa the fulfillment of out
ancient dream i statehood."
At the beginning of 1968. when
Gen. P.abin retired to become
lataadnr to the United
States, Gen. Bar-Lev was pro-
ted to the post of Chief of Staff.
When he took over the reins of
Israel's Defense Forces, his tasks
wore quite different from those
ol his predei -- and he had
few precedents to follow.
To begin with, he Inherited an
entirely new map of the country.
While the overall tactical ami to-
pographical situation was infinite-
ly a .0 than beioio
the frontiers were also wide open.
He had to secure the Jordanian
MoMha> wffli an intricate network
o: electronic fences and other mea-
sures to thwart the Increased at-
tacks by terrorists groups.
On the frontier with Egypt, the
_! uioial question was the preven-
tion of an invasion and the ncu-
1 tialbation of artillery attacks
which the Egyptians had started
1 only months after the end of the
Six Day War. The answer was the
so-called "Bar-iLev JLine.. (the
1 name was Invented by the Egyp-
tians '. which was built with in-
genuity anil first-class engineering.
I Making clever use of locally avail-
i able materials. Israel's bunkers
along the Sue/ effectively stood
up to anything the Egyptians could
throw at it.
Instead of building a Maginot
Line as the French had during
World War II. Gen. Bar-Lev's
concept of defense called for set-
ting up a row of virtually Impreg-
nable forts, overlapping as far as
their fire output could roach and
backed up by mobile artillery and
at mored units. A new system of
communications and
was also included to ensure the
speedy call-up of reserves in ease
hi. bunker was threatened. More
sophisticated radai and electronic
systems to prevent sneak air and
nd attacks were added late:
on.
In addition, the general esta-
' blished defense positions on the
CJolan Heights and througho.it the
, Ga/a Strip and. for the first time
. in Israel's history, created an oc-
cupation force which could also
participate in civilian endeavors
to help the Arabs establish bus-
inesses, schools ami police depart-
| ments in the occupied areas.
Although he regrets not having
remained a farmer. Gon. Bar-Lev
is proud to have participated in
GIN. HAIM BAft-UV
the establishment of Israel's citi-
zen army, without which Israel
co ild not have won and preserved
its Independence.
Now that Gen. Bar-Lev Is about
1 to become Israel's Minister of
Commerce and Industry, few
j will succeed in bringing to his new
diplomatic post i.'ie same degree ol
excellence that he achieved in Uu
military.
In private life. Gen. Bar-Lev has
I a numl er of Interests which keep
him occupied. For total relaxation.
he flies liuht ai: craft. He is al.-i
an avid reader of fiction, and en-
io;.s spending hours in bed read-
, ing French literature, in the ori-
ginal, whenever he can. In addi-
tion, he participates ip many
sports activities, including sivim-
[ ming ami soccer.
Gen. Bar-Lev and his wife
Tamar. hi.c two children, a son
and daughter. They reside in Tel
1 Aviv
Ambassador Meron To Speak
At Canadian Bonds Dinner
Gen. Haim Bar-Lev. iright' with Defense Minister Moshe
Dayan. -left: and Israel's new Chiei of Staff. David Elazcr.
Canadians vacationing in the
Miami area will hold their annual
Guardian dinner on behalf of State
ol Israel Bonds a: 6 p.m. Monday
the Fontainebleau Hotel.
The dinner, honoring Sydney
Maislin, prominent Montreal bus-
iness executive and communal
leader, will culminate a month-
' long series of activities among
..idians to naobilize advance
support for the 1972 International
Inaugural Conference for Israel
Bor.
The Feb. 34-27 conference at the
Fontainebleau Hotel will officially
launch the worldwide campaign to
sell S450.000.000 in Israel Bonds
in 1972,
A highlight of the Guardian din-
aer will be an appearance by Dr.;
Theodor Meron. 42, Israel's new ly
appointed ambassador to Canada,
who will deliver the principal ad-
: go
Dr. Meion. who was born in,
Haifa, has held a number of key.
positions in Israel's ministry of:
eign affairs. He was a member
>i his country"! delegation to the
United Nations and served as legal
aer to the Foreign Ministry.
1 'ii the international level, he j
represented Israel at confer-}
snees in Vienna. New York. Stias-
bourg. Istanbul and Geneva. He is
the author of many articles on
1 metnational law and relations i
Dr. Meron received a Master of.
Law degree from the Hebrew I'm- ,
stty in 1A>4 a:vi an LL.M. from '
I Harvard a year later He also
Kptoma in public interna-
law from Cambridge I'ni-
1
- eh
The tribub to Ml n will
is long ai
si. iv ice in behalf of t:
ami the pe-
: I-: A m aader ol I
a 1 Bond program, Mr
--VU-
Denald lipman
Ambassador Meron
Syimey Maislin
tit) of the State of Israel ami
has been active with the United
Israel Appeal, the Jewish Nation-
al Fund and B'nai Biith. ,
He Is executive vice president :
A Maislin Transport, the largest i
international road carrier in the'
world, and is a director of Maislin
Industries Ltd.; Airways Rent-A-
Car System of Canada Ltd. an
the Montreal E^spos baseball club.
Presiding officer at the Ccna-
I.an Guardian dinner wtli he Don-
ald Unman of Toronto, who has
I e. 11 named chairman of the Is-
rael Bond drive in his hona
nv.nity in 1972.
Host Committee Meets
To Finalize Its Plans
a host committee report meet-
ing was held this weak in prepara-
tion for the Morton Towers-Israel
Dinner ol State at the Fontaine-
bleau Ho: lay. March t.
The host committee met to linaliTo
plans for the annual dinner and
wrvattOM for a re-
cord attendance for this dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gl:>-
wil! be recipients of the State of
Award,
u- Michael Lttvak, director of Is-
-
ick \ Bai ad and
honorary chairmen of the dinner
Emanuel ami Gut Mont? and
Morris and Florence Mtoov are
serving as chairmen: Georg
Sally Mildwoff as chairman
trustees S el Norkoen. chair-
man of G ami Irving am:
Lottie SUvei chairmen of the
Committee of Patron H
Robert Mayer Evans, a well
known osatent ad-

lected to address the affair: the
pt\
al enter-
out.
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72 Fashion Show Salutes
Philanthropist 9 Artist
Continued from Page 1-C
Pin. which is awarded by the
Women's Division to women who '
purchase a minimum of $1,000 in
Israel Bones in 1972, has contrib-
uted to the Israel Bond campaign.
The pin, known as the Key to
Peace, is fashioned in the form of
a gold key with Hebrew letters
s|*.liing out the word "Shalom."
Two birds perched above the let-
ters bear an olive branch symbolic
of Israel carrying the timeless
message of peace throughout the
World.
The fashfon show, presented by
Jordan Marsh and featuring the
latest i:i haute couture and r >a y-
to-wear from Israel, will be the
opening event ol the Internationa1
Inaugural Conference for Israel
Bonds.
Mr. Gross has been a prominent
figure in the art world for more
than 40 years. Ills first one-man
show was held in Greenwich Vil-
lage in 1932. He began receiving
awards for his work in 1937 'Alien
he took the national sculpture
prize of $3,000 under the Art Pro-
gram of the U.S. Treasury Depart-
ment and th- Silver Medal at the
Paris Exposition.
Torczyner To Address
iOA Breakfast Friday
Jacques Torczyner. recently elec- | Cabinet, will report on Zionist-
ted member of the Kxecutive Com- sponsored activities tor Israel
mittce of the World Zionist Or-
Bonds.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, national
ZOA vice president and spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-El in
.Miami Beach, will rtisi-uss ilie re-
sponsibilities >'i the American
Zionist community with n
to isi ael's economic nee I .
Attendance at th< breakfast is
based upon the purchase ol a mini-
mum of an $1,000 Israel Bond,'
and $3.00 per couvert. Tickets
may be obtained by contacting the
Zionist Organization of America
Headquarters. 2200 Park
Miami Beach.
Avc.. '
I
CHAIN! CROSS
JACQUtS TORCZYNIR
;:ani/ation, past president of the
Zionist Organization of America
and the current chairman of the
ZOA Administrative Board, will
address the annual ZOA Break-
fast at the 1972 International In-
augural Conference for State of
Israel Bonds Friday. Feb. 25, at
9:30 a.m. in the Fontainebleau
Hotel.
Mr. Torczyner will speak on
"Israel, Zionism and the Interna-
tiona] Scene" and will render an
analysis of the current situation
in the Middle East in relation to
the |x>wer game of the major
world powers which are fight-
ing for. influence and i>osition
in this crucial geo-political area.
The breakfast will be chaired
by Moriimer May of Nashville,
Tenn. and Miami Beach, a distin-
guished community leader and a
past president of the Zionist Or-
ganization of America.
Meyer Pesin of Jersey City, N.J.,
president Of the Jewish National
Fund of America and chairman of
the National ZOA Israel Bond
Jet training plane being assembled at Israel Aircraft Indus-
tries plant.
Icy Point' Is The
Very Best Salmon
There are many reasons why
Icy Point Blucback Red and Icy
Point Blucback Salmon are worth
buy ins,' and they all spell
"flavor."
fibtti are fancy varieties packed
by the New England Pish Comp-
any, the world's leading producer
of canned .salmon. And they're
urear-taiit&ijt am' tU> kosher.
Icy Point Blucback Red. for
example, is ideal for parly snack-.
and salads. Great, too. when eater.
right out of the can; just season
lightly with red wine vinegar, then
serve with sliced raw Bermuda
onion.
And Icy Point Blucback? Like
the Red. this variety is also low
in calories which makes it
ideal for weight control diets.
Nosh-time, Purim-time, any-time
4* the right time to enjoy top
quality Icy Point Salmon.
New Russian immigrants sort fruit botore it is packaged
Economic Independence
Financed With Aid of State Of Israel Bonds
ROADS:
From 1472 km. 11950) to 3239 km. 11970) at cost of II.1.239.-
500,000. i;>72 budget IL60 million Jerusalem; II.loo million Tel
Aviv. Star) of ."-year plan. 1072 inter-city networks IL82 million.
RAILROADS:
Principal activity of the Israel Railroad is in transport of
cargo and only one-quarter stems from passenger traffic. The
1948-1070 total IL167.315.860 Invested. 1971, IL6.7 million in-
vested. 1072 budget IL9..7 million.
SEAPORTS)
1949-1971 11.134 billion invested to enlarge Haifa and es-
pecially new ports at Ashdod on Mediterranean and Eilat on Red
Sea.
AIRPORTS:
1949-1971. ILK;;; million invested as result of growth of
passenger traffic and cargo traffic at international airport at.
Lo'l. Passengers served grew from 655,000 in 1966 to 1.5 million
in 1971. Cargo service grew from 12.635 tons in 1966 to 36,000
tons in 1971.
COMMUNICATION:
Since 1951. 1 billion pounds invested in telephone exchanges,
Inter-city cables, telex networks, data transferring units, and
the start of erection of a satellite post. T\ lephone lines grew
from 17.000 In 1951 to 380.000 in 1971. 1072. 11.25 million bud-
geted in development of international communication. Including
completion of satellite ground station which "ill begin activities
i.t July. Negotiations under way for laying an additional ii.i't-
\ ater cable, Tel Aviv-Rome, and from there to the coa-.l of
France. 11.350 million invested in postal services.
DEVELOPMENT OF WATER SOURCES:
11.1.348 million invested from 1950-19F6 in "Yarkon-Nc i
Line" (1952-1966), the Kinneret-Roshc Ha'ayin Line" (1956-
1964).
SEWAGE (POLLUTION):
Next five year-. IL325 million i<> be invested in water puri-
fication, preventing si wage from flowing to the rivers, w
and -ens; preventing odor... sanitary hazards, death of fish, to
li tourism an recreation, dev lop m nt of shores, lake fronts
and river sides. Will also prevent pollution of ground water which
i< main source of Israel- supply of drinking water.
ELECTRICITY:
Investments of H-l 5 billion have brought capacity of sta-
tions from 70 megawatts in 191s to 1.500 megawatts in 1971, and
production of electricity from 300 million KWH in 1947 to 7.000
n ill ion KWH in 1971. During the next 6 years IL1.58 million
will be invested in power stations and facilities for transmission
>i electric current. Although about IL250 million will do In-
' -iid nexi year in the development of electricity, no allocations
will be made in the 1072 budge! due to lack of resources,
AGRICULTURE:
The yearly gross investment rose in the period 1051-1071,
increased by almost 9 limes, from IL25 million to 11.220 million.
Of the IL220 million invested In 1971, IL150 million was fi-
nanced from the government budget. The 1972 forecast for in-
vestment is IL240 million. Agricultural export rose finm $16
million to $160 million in 1071, an increase of 1000':. Forecast
( ; efforts in 1072 is $180 million.
INDUSTRY:
Industrial production rose from II. 1.450 million in 1950 to
IL12.635 million in 1971. The number of workers rose Irom
89,000 bl 1950 to 269,000 in 1970.
KOUSINU:
Since the establishment of the state and until November,
1971, a total of 405.000 apartments have been built through gov-
ernment initiative. 430 new agricultural settlements, housing
.i-ore than 150,000 persons were established over the same
period. In 1957. there were 110.160 families living throe or nore
l isi.ns per room, comprising 23.2'r of the total Jewish families.
Bj 1970 this figure decreased to 54.250, or only 7.8r; ol all fami-
lifS. The annual government housing hudg !1 rose from IIJJ4.4
million in 1950 to II.791.4 million in 1971. The 1972 budget for
bousing aims for an expenditure of about IL1.150 million.
TOITRISM:
In 1950 the total number ol tourists was 33,100. In 1971 the
number of tourists reached 657,000. In 1971 revenue from tour-
ism was $155 million, of which $123 million was added value,
'i is Israels top export commodity in terms of net dollar revenue.
In the decade of 1960-1970, the government invested IL416.3
million in tourism projects out of a total investment of II.1 177.7
million.
MINERALS A MINES:
Since the slab's creation, about II.1 billion has been bud>
led for developing natural resouccs. The estimated budge! for
1972 will be 11.21 million.
EXPORTS:
Exports grew from $45 million in 1950 to $1,635 billion in
1971. In 1950 exports represented I.-','; of imports while in
1970 exports rose to.53'.! of imports.
POPULATION:
Israel's population has increased by 3or. during the past
decade. Inning this period. 476.000 new immigrants were ab-
sorbed. In 1971. the population stood at 3.090.000 of which
2.632.500 were Jews and 457.0(H) were non-Jews,
M VM'OWKK:
In I960, there were 700.000 employed out of a total labor
rce of 735,000. In 1971, the labor force stood at L.OJ35.000 of
which 9980C0 were employed.
SHIPPING:
From 50 ships in 1960 with gross tonnage ol 375,000 tons,
the number ol ships in 1971 has Increaeed to 126 with cross
tonnage of 3.5 million tons.


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Friday, February 19, 1972
Shaws To Be Honored
By Top Leadership
Herman L. Shaw, a successful 1 berg also is president of Capital
business executive who has de- for Israel and Israel Investors
voted all of his adult 'life to the Corporation and has worked close-
ly with Mr. Shaw, one of the na-
tion's largest purchasers..of Israel
Bonds.
Ambassador Avraham Harman.
president of Hebrew University of
Jerusalem, and Dr. Charles Schott-
land, president of Brandeis Uni-
vevrsity. will join Dr. Louis Fin-
kelstein, chancellor of the Jewish
Theological Seminary of Ameri-
ca, in paying tribute to the Shaws'
service and leadership for educa-
tional institutions.
Dr. Dewey Stone, chairman of
the WVi/mann Institute, and one
>f American Jewry's foremost
leaders of the I nited Jewish Ap-
peal, will be here from Boston.
Rabl'i Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cipal of the Hebrew Academy.
and Dr. Eugene Labovitz, presi-
dent of the Rabbinical Association
and rabbi of Temple Xer Tamid.
will represent their organizations.
Mr. Shaw also will be feted
April 16 at the Dedication Dinner
of the Hebrew Academy, celebra-
ting the completion of the new
junior and senior high school build-
ing he helped to start.
James Albert, 30 Other
Chairmen Being Honored
The International Inaugural
Conference of Israel Bonds has
scheduled a special dinner to honor
James M. Albert, chairman of the
Greater Miami Israel Bond Or-
ganization, and 3ttother chainmen
of major Israel Bond committees,
at a dinner to be held at the Fon-
taineblcau Hotel Tuesday.
Mr. Albert, who was invited to
a special conference in Jerusalem
with Prime Minister Golda Meir
last year to launch the 1971 Israel
Bond campaign, has served on the
Exec itive Board of the Israel
Bond Organization since its in-
ception in 1951. He assumed his
role as Israel Bond chairman for
Miami three year; a; i>.
HERMAN SHAW
Jewish people, and hi.s wife, will
be honored by scores of top lead-
ers of Israel and American Jewish
organizations Sunday evening.
What began as a simple celebra-
tion of Mr. Shaw's 70th birthday
and his 50th wedding anniversary
has turned into an international
tribute to Mr. and Mrs. Shaw.
Forcal point will be a dinner
party at the Eden Roc Hotel Sun-
day evening, with such dignitaries
as the presidents of Brandeis and
Hebrew Universities on hand. Mr.
Shaw, born in Lithuania, moved to
Detroit in 1910 and during World
War I. served with the British
army which liberated Jerusalem
under General Allenby.
Samuel Rothberg of Peoria. 111.,
national chairman of State of Is-
rael Bonds, the Inaugural Bonds
Conference and the international
board of governors <>f Hebrew Uni-
\. rslty, will l>e on hand. Mr. Roth-
Mrs. Gladwin Honored
For Library Leadership
Mrs. Rhea C. Gladwin. chair-
man of the Trustees for the Sta*te
of Florida Library Association,
was recently appointed as a mem-
ber of the State Associations Com-
mittee of the American Library '
Trustee Association for 1972.
The first woman to be elected ,
vice-president of the Interama |
Chamber of Commerce. Mrs. Glad-
ivin was selected for the leader-
ship she has given to "activities
and communication in the state."
according to Chester B. Ostrander.
president of the American Library
Trustee Association.
Poolside Luncheon-Bazaar
At Venetian Arms Sunday
The Greater Miami Cancer
League of the American Medical
Center is sponsoring a garden
party, bazaar and pool-ide lunch-
eon at noon Sunday at the Vene-
tian Arms Apartments. 1090 Ve-
netian Causeway.
The affair (with new merchan-
dise at bargain prices) will raise
money for the Center. Many local
quests will make api>earances, in-
cluding Peppy Fields, Lee Sohn,
Pauley Dash, Tubby Boots, the
amazing Maurice and comedian
Harry "Lify" Lewis. The public
is invited.
Singers To Be Featured
The featured entertainers at the
night club affair sponsored by the
Galil Chapter. Mizrachi Women of
America, in the Crossway Airport
Inn Saturday, Feb. 26, at 9:30
p.m. will be the internationally
known Burgundy Street Singers,
who have been featured on the
Carol Burnett, Johnny Carson,
Barbara McXair and Red Skelton
Shows during the last two years.
Reservations are being accepted
by Mrs. Edna Zemel and Mrs.
Carole Popper.
BBW Chapter Celebrating
North Dade Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Women, will celebrate its 19th
birthday with Happening '72." a
gala social evei pr> -
entation of an original skit. The
"Happening" will take place at
8:15 p.m. Tuesday in the Washing-
ton Federal Auditorium at 699
N.E. 167th St.
A long-time resident of Greater
Miami and a nationally recognized
builder in the South Florida area,
Mr. Albert is a past president of
Temple Beth Sholom, and the
South Florida..Federation of the
Union of American Hebrew. Con-
gregations.
In 1962, Mr. Albert received the
State of Israel Service A.vard in
recognition of his outstanding role
of leadership on behalf of Israel.
He has also been honored for
his leadership in many communal
and philanthropic causes in Great-
er Miami.
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Jewish Mnrfcffrnr}
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Live Radio Broadcast Will
Climax Histadrut Conclave
A live raido broadcast emanat-
ing from the Fontainebleau Hotel
Sunday afternoon will-'dimax the
seventh annual national Mid-Win-
ter Conference of the Israel
Histadrut Foundation, Dr. Leon
Kronish, chairman of the board,
announced this week.
Shlomo Ben-Israel, foreign news
editor and United Nations corres-
pondent of the Jewish Daily For-
ward, and Dr. Sol Stein, executive
vice president of the Israel His-
tadrut Foundation, will air their
regular program over WEVD in
New York.
Doors will open at 11 a.m. Sun-
day, and will be closed promptly
at 11:40 o.m., according to Morris
Lange ol Cleveland, chairman of
the Fountainebleau Hotel with the
station in New York, and the show
will'begirt it noon.
Although admission to the spe-
cial radio program is free, re-
servations are required. They may
be secured at the Miami Beach
Histadrut offices.
An overflow attendance of more
than 700 persons opened the con-
clave Tuesday night to hear a key-
note message from Dr. Judah
Shapiro, national president of the
United Labor Zionist Alliance. Is-
raeli Deputy Consul General for
Political Affairs Yaacov Aviad and
Mr. Ben-Israel rounded out the
evening chaired by Mr. Lange
and William H. Sylk of Philadel-
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
Mr. Cohen, in reply to my letter
of January 28, has accepted Sen.
Jackson's sincerity in his support
of Isra'.'i but continues to accuse
him of exploiting the Jewish vote.
He cites as proof of this the Sena-
tor's recent statements about the
folly o! those who are concerned
for the security of Israel ani yet
would cut back on the defenses of
the United States.
One may only assume that Mr.
Cohen means that although Sen.
Jackson has repeatedly made these
same statements in the past, (July
14, 1971 on the Senate floor for
one instance,) now that he's run-
ning for the presidency and is no
longer vying for a tiny Jewish vote
he ttioulu cease speaking out for
Israel.
When the Senator speaks of
the link between the defense of
Israel and defense spending in
the United States he speaks in
good company. Mrs. Golda Meir.
in a recent Interview, (Miami
Herald. Feb. 6. 1972), was ques-
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Brooms with bath.
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Pbi:>' PLi9-91tS
tioned about whether she thought
the military weakening of the
United States posed a threat to
Israel and answered in the affirm-
ative.
Sen. Jackson's concern for Israel
is not contrived to re-enforce his
belief in a strong national defense.
nor is the converse true. II' sin-
cerely admires and loves Israel,
not Greece, NATO, or South Viet-
nam. In 1944 while many Jews
around the world debated about
supporting the creation of a Jew-
ish state, he said:
"If I can forward the work of
making the dream of a Jewish
homeland come true, you can
count on my earnest efforts in
this great human'tarian cause."
It would be a remarkable boon
to Israel if every American Jew
could duplicate the efforts and
affection Sen. Jackson has given
to her.
MRS. BURTON GREENSTEIN
North Miami
phia, president of the Israel His-
tadut Foundation.
United SfaTer*en. ffcffiyllfl
(Scoop) Jackson of Washington
received a special national award
during Wednesday afternoon's
session on personal financial plan-
ning The Democratic presidential
candidate was honored for a life-
time of leadership to the Jewish
people, including support of Israel
since pre-statehood days when he
entered Congress in 1944. Other
speakers included Dr. Harry Kell-
man of Camden, a New Jersey
banking executive; Justice Wil-
liam Cercone of the Superior Court
)f Pennsylvania; Judge Herbert
S. Shapiro of Miami Beach, and
Dr. Stein.
Samuel Feinstein, South Florida
Histadrut president, and Moe Le-
vin, chairman of the board, work-
ed with Mr. Lange and a large
national committee of hosts in
planning the conclave.
Thursday night's gala Ben-Gur-
lon Awards banquet was to hear
addresses by Sen. Fred Harris
of Oklahoma, former chairman
of the Democratic National Com-
mittee, and by Mayor Eliahu Navi
of Beersheba, sister city of Great-
er Miami.
Leaders of American Jewry
were to receive the first Ben-Gur-
ion-Israel Histadrut Medals of
Honor in impressive ceremonies
presided over by Mr. S/lk and
Dr. Kronish.
Commissioner Harold Salkind
of Philadelphia, Atlantic states
chairman of Histadrut, arrived
here this week to coordinate
plans for a special reception hon-
oring Justice Ceicone and other
leaders of the Histadrut Founda-
tion. He is one of the originators
of the Mid Winter Conference
and one of the nation's foremost
authorities on civil defense.
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The ;-inual Purim party, din-
ner and show of the 100 Lincoln
Road Social Clubs, which will
be held this year in conjunction
with the members of the Forty
Niners and the T'hillem Clubs
of Temple" Emanu-EI, will take
place Tuesday. Feb. 2^, at 6:30
p.m. in the Friedland Ballroom of
the temple.
Nat Friedman is president of I
The T'hdiem Club. Irving Schatz- |
man ii president of the Forty
Niners Mrs. Moe Reiffen is presi-
dent of the women's club and Nat
Saelis of the men's club of the
100 Lincoln Road social clubs.
As M.C. for the evening Mr.,
Friedman will introduce Dr. Irving
Lehrman, the featured speaker.
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Friday, February 18. 1972
Greek Line Schedules A
11-Day Caribbean Cruise
The committee for the annual life member-
ship luncheon to be held Thursday. Feb. 24.
by the North Dcde Chapter. Women's Divi-
sion. American Society for Technion. in the
home of Dr. and Mrs. Henry R. Diamond. h.-
chides from left to right vseated1 Mrs. Sey-
mour Lichtenfeld, president; Mrs. Henry R.
Diamond, chairman; Mrs. Robert Schwartz
end Mrs. Alex Bojman; (standing) Mrs.
Maury F. Bloch. Mrs. Louis Kopman, Mis.
David Garbelnick and Mrs. Arthur Dorn-
busch.
NEW YORK. N.Y. A "Kosher
for Passover" Caribbean cruise,
combining the complete atmos-
phere of an "'at home* ho'lfday
will begin March 27 when the
Greek Line's Queen Anna Maria
sails from New York. The 11-day
ailing will visit the [torts of Ber-
muda. Barbados. Martiniciue ami
St. Thomas.
The long hours of preparing
special foods will be taken over
by the Greek Line's Kashruth kit-
chens, and tiiere uill be a tradi-
tional Seller service conducted by
a rabbi ami cantor aboard the 26.-
300-ton Queen Anna Maria, the
Line's luxury flagship which of-
fers all double cabins, each with
two lower beds, private facilities
and telephone.
When passengers have tired of
the four outdoor and indoor swim-
ming pools they can vary the pace
with choices from a full schedule
of shipboard activities including
deck games, exercising in the
KMrnuudum ami relaxing in the
Women's Guild To
Sponsor 'Peter
Rabbit" at Coral
Th.' Worn* -;'s Guild of the
GrMtl r Miami Philharmonic is
-!-ir-i :inc the Miami nrosentation
: MC.M's Peter Ralil.it ami Tales
I Beatrix PorW." at the Coral
Theatre, 23S1 Ponce .!> Leon Blvd.
"ora Ga ~. beginnin? Friday
or one week only, with five show-
ngs per day, noo-rdinc to execu-
tive vice president. Mr. Richard
..iit.
"Peter Rabbit" features the Lon-
don !:>>.-.: BaUM and choreographv
a Sir Frederick Ashton. It was
iiec:.-l >> Reginal Hills. Mrs.
! Kaplan, piesiileni of the
'.r.cci o:itstand-
views.
Advance tickets are available
IM V?i of the
ter Miami Philharmonic. !T4
F agler St Miami or at Bur-
's ami Jordan Marsh stores
pSrcbcT
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you serve Chef Boy-Ar-Dee
Cheese Ravioli.These tasty
little macaroni pies are just
like kreplach with zippy
cheese in the middle. Then
simmered in thick tomato
sauce with mushrooms and
more cheese for real Italian
*a am. Great for dairy lunch
Of supper. And just about
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Only 20f per serving.
. sauna. There will be time for
! dancing ami seeing first-run films.
ami ot,course^shuuping -in-;
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graphs of the life-boat drill
A wide variety of social -Hass-
over activities also will be avail-.
i able for passengers, including*1ec-
i tures and seminars. Jewish bok>
ami [>eriodicals wilt be in the H-
Kiitertaimnent on board win
! brary. i
! feature the-music of Israel with
dancing to the "Hora." 'Tzena
i Tzena Tzena" and other music
of Israel will combine with lively
bouzouki music ami dancing the
Syrtake to create the "festival
spirit" for which Green Line is
known.
Greek Line provides a full series
;>f activities for children and teen-
agers. Baby-sitting services are-al-
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Reservations may l-e mad-
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Festive Desserts For
The Holiday Season
Desserts' prepared for the holi-
day season can provide a triump-
hant finale to a gourmet repast
If you add carefully selected
liqueurs to "your recipes. That's
the .se>-retof--many .desserts eon-
lei i .1 by the pastry chefs of world
famous restaurants.
J'or example. Bruno Comin, the
pastry chef of the noted Four
Seasons Restaurant in New York.
Flavors his desserts with Sabra.
1he delightful Israeli orange li-
i.ueur subtly ennanced with a
taste "of chocolate.
SABRA PABFAIT
First, prepare one recipe each
( 'range Sabra Granita, and Choco*
Lite Sabra Granita:
Orange Sabra Granita
34 quart orange juice
U quart syrup
2 ounces Sabra
Combine all ingredients and
place in freezer for at least 8
hours stirring every 2 hours
with a wooden spatula.
f'hoeolutr Sahr-.i Granita
1 pint syrup
8 ounces melted chocolate
1 pint water
2 ounces Sabra
Combine all ingredients and pre-
pare as for Orange Sabra Granita.
To complete Sabra Parfait. place
alternating layers of Orange Sabra
Granita and Chocolate Sabra
Granita in a parfait glass, separa-
ting layers with whipped cream
substitute. The flavor and effect
are best when the bottom layer
is Chocolate Sabra Granita and
the top layer whipped cream. Yield
- 10 parfaits.
Frosted Sabra souffle
10 egg yolks
6 egg whites
1 jxiund sugar
l'-j quarts whipped cream
substitute
1 pint Orange juice
The grated rind of 4 Oranges
5 ounces Sabra
Beat the egg volks with half of
the sugar until they double in
bulk. Then beat the egg whites
with the rest of the sugar until
stiff.
Add the orange juice and rind
and Sabra to the egg yolk mix-
ture. Then combine both mixtures
and fold in Whipped cream substi-
tute. Put In fiee/er overnight.
Sabra (oil.tail
For Spring (Avin)
*'i ounces Sabia Orange
Liqueur
li ounce freshly squeezed
(>range juice
2 ounces Champagne
Stir well in cocktail shaker, the
Sabra Orange Liqueur with the
freshly squeezed orange juice and
Ice. Strain into a champagne flute
and top uitii u>-..chilled charn*
pagne.
Decorate by floating a very thin
slice of lime on top and serve with
a straw half-drawn out of its
envelope.
Suburban League
Event To Benefit
Variety Children's
Mrs. Jay Mitchell. Suburban
League president, has announced
that the group's annual dinner-
dance will take place Sunday at
the PlaybovwMum HMil^Th4w*
tivitics will begin with a gourmet
candlelight dinner in the ballroom,
and continue with the show fea-
turing superstars Sonny and Cher
in the Playboy Penthouse.
The Suburban League is a fund-
raising and service group with
175 young, dedicated members who
iaisc funds for Variety Children's
Hospital, ah of the proceeds from
the dinner-dance will be given to
the hospital.
Mrs. Nard Ilolman and Mrs.
Robert Fenster. chairmen, have
planned an outstanding evening
with cocktails at 6:30 p.m. follow-
ed by dinner at 7:15 p.m. For re-
servations, call Mrs. Gary Selig-
man.
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Life Members To Be Honored
Life members will be honored
at the regular luncheon meeting
Of the Ladles' Auxiliary of the
Miami Beach Hebrew Home for
the Aged, Wednesday noon at the
Algiers Hotel. Recognition will be \
given to all life members, Mem- |
bers of the Auxiliary anil their I
friends are invited to attend.
Sanka Coffee Lets
You Sleep Better
Sanka Coii'ee wants yon to
sleep better iwrticularly be-
fore Purim begins. Sanka knows
that holiday entertaining can be
wearisome, which makes getting a
good nights rest even more im-
portant. Hut wise balaboostas
know they can rely on Sanka Cof-
fee. Because Sanka is still 97'!
caffein free. And because caffein
has no taste, you enjoy only rich,
smooth coffee flavor that is
never bitter.
Sanka hi Ins to make every
precious ho'idaj moment a little
more enjoyable. You'll find ii ai
your grocers in Fn -1 > d, In-
stand or Ground. And, of c lurse,
no mat tor which way you prefer
it. Sanka is both Kosher and parve.
So enjoN:
The board of directors of the
Association for Advanced Life
Underwriting has accepted itn
Albert, C.L.U., of Bernard Lit-
man and Associates as a quali-
fied member.
Applications for enrollment
an now being taken for the
Barry College Department of
Business class in Real Estate
Principles and Practices Course
No. 1 which begins Monday and
continues each Monday evening
for 13 weeks. Students prepare
for the University of Florida ex-
mination which is required by
the state prior to submitting ap-
plication for the Florida Real
Estate Salesman's License.
ft -cr ft
Morris X. Broad, president of
American Savings & Loan As-
sociation of Florida, has an-
nounced the promotion of Wil-
liam ll. Tompkins am' Gloria
M. Miller to assistant vice presi-
dent. Mrs. Miller is branch man-
ager of the Association's North
Shore offke at 200-71st St., Mi-
ami Beach. Mr. Tompkbts, for-
merly manager of First Fed-
eral's Homestead office, will he
the manager of American Sav-
ings new Gait Plaza branch

office in the Gait Ocean Mil
art a of Broward County.
v
A drug abuse banquet am
forum is slated for Monday
evening, Feb. 28, at Miam
Springs Villas. Keynote speakee
will be presidential candidate
San. G**Sje Ma-Govern. The
event is being sponsored and
coordinated by the Coral Gables
Jaycees.

The man who directs Ameri-
ca's scientific and health pro-
grams, l>r. .Merlin K. DuVai. v. il
be the principal speaker al
13th annual iioi. Hope Dinne
of the National Parkinson Fo .
dation at the Fontainebleai
Hotel Sunday.
The Carmen N'nppo Youth
Symphony will perform Its 39tl
concert Sunday at H p.m. in the
North Miami Beach Auditorium
Sponsored by the North Ml im
Beach Cultural Committee, th.
concert will feature flutist
Adrieime Sicgcl and Gei-.tlti
(Jerry) Bet-kelliaum who will
play Bdwaid Grieg's Piano Con-
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The annual breakfast for residents of 100 Lincoln Road was
held recently on behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion's 1972 CJA-IEF campaign. Rabbi Solomon Schiff, direc-
tor of the Federation's Community Chaplaincy Service, was
guest speaker at the affair, which 250 people attended; a
45% increase in contributions over what the same people
contributed last year was reported. Pictured from left to
right are Joseph H. Cohen, chairman of the 100 Lincoln Road
campaign; Rabbi Schiff; Samuel Pascoe, honorary chairman;
and Nat Friedman, cochairmcn of the building drive.
* iz tr
South Dade initial gifts chairman J. William Baros, Jr.,
meets with members of his evaluation and assignment
committee. From left to right are Leon Kaplan, J. William
Baros, Jr., Reward R. Scharlin, Nell Schiff, and David Kenin.
* it
Campaign chairman Harry A. Levy, (left) and Matthew G.
Ettinger, North Dade initial gifts chairman, (second from
left) meet with North Dade committee members Howard
Goodstein and Dr. Murray Zedeck.
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Women's Division vice presidents for campaign Toby (Mrs.
Leonard) Friedland, left, and Norma (Mrs. Jerome) Kipnis,
right, meet with Dr. Aryeh Nesher.
Reinhards To Be Honored
At Feb. 27 Testimonial
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Reinhard
of Miami Beach will be honored
for their long and devoted efforts
in behalf qf the Ponevaz Yeshiva
and the Batay Avoth Children's
Village of B'nai B'rak. Feb. 27 at
a national testimonial dinner in i
the Fontainebleau Hotel sponsored
by the American Friends of Pone- .
vez Yeshiva in Israel.
Rabbi Abraham Kahaneman,
president of the Ponevez Yeshiva, ]
will speak at the tribute to the
Reinhards. who only last week ,
contributed a new. $14,000 blood-
mobile to the people of Israel,
through the American Red Magen j
David for Israel.
Mr. Reinhard is a member of
the Netzivei Olam, a group of top j
national leaders for the Ponevez
Yeshiva. which now has major
facilities in both B'nai B'rak and
the new port city of Ashdod in
Israel.
The children's village in B'nai
B'rak has more than 500 boys
and girls in residency. Many Rus-
sian youngsters, newly arrived in
Hal Bergida Guest
At Beth Am Sunday
Michael Cleln, president of
Beth Am's Brotherhood, has an-
nounced that Hal Bergida, news-
paper columnist, radio news com-
mentator and executive director
of the Tiger Bay Club, will be the.
guest speaker at its congregation- j
al breakfast Sunday beginning at
9:30 a.m. The breakfast will be i
held in the temple's social hall.
Born in New York City. Mr.
Bergida served in the Army Air |
Corps' first motion picture unit i
in World War II. He worked on
the staff of the British Staff Com-
bine after the war, and came to
Miami in 1946. He is a graduate
of the University of Miami.
Mr. Bergida, who writes a daily
column for the Miami Review
which is in the process of beinu'
syndicated to other newspapers, i-
a daily radio commentator for sta-
tion WOCN. hosting several pro-
grams a day. He- is a member of
Sigma Delta Chi, the professional
journalistic fraternity; and is
listed in Who's Who in the South
and Southwest.
The public is invited to attend:
reservations may be made by
mail, or by calling the Temple
office.
Pershing Elects SHver
As Corporate Secretary
The election of Hillard Silver
corporate secretary has been an-
nounced by Sol Frankel. president
of Pershing Auto Leasing. Inc.,
a division of Pershing Industries,
Inc. Mr. Silver will also continue
servin gas the firm's general man
ager.
Mr. Silver, a long-time resident
of Miami, received his degree in
Business Administration from the
University of Miami in 1955. Du-
ring his 11 years with Pershing he
is credited with guiding the firm
to its present position as the
largest independent leasing and
car rental agency in South Florida.
Purim Celebration Set
A Purim celebration will be
sponsored by the Moadon Hahis-
tadruth Haivrith at 8:00 p.m.
Monday, at 100 Lincoln Rd., Miami
Beach. Community singing will be
led by Golda Barkan, followed by
a report of current events from
Israel, by Zvi Woll and wocal solos
by Max Brooks and Golda Barkan.
Educator Rivka Woll will review
the life and accomplishments of
Golda Meir and traditional Purim
refreshments will be served. Dr.
Joseph Liebenson is chairman of
the evening.
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than 4,000 youngsters have gone
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The Ponevez Yeshiva moved to
Israel in the early 1940's, after
the Nazis wiped out the original
iite in Ponevez, Lithuania during
the Holocaust.
Mr. Reinhard is senior vice
president of the Greater Miami
Hebrew Academy. Florida state
chairman for the American Red
Magen David and a leader in the
State of Israel Bonds Organiza-
tion.
He and his wife, Becky, annual-
ly aid more than 50 yeshivot and
other Jewish organizations in Is-
rael and around the world. They
moved to Miami Beach in 1938,
and helped to organize the Hebrew
Academy, the Jewish Home For the
Aged, Young Israel, and numerous
synagogues.
Rabbi Kananeman is the son
of the late Rabbi Joseph Kahane-
man, who gukled the rebuilding
of the Ponevez Yeshiva in Israel.
Today, there are 1.400 students
from throughout the world, and
its graduates fill key positions in
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Fiiday, February 18. 1972
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Lubavitcher
Midwinter
More than 500 delegates from
..rious parts of the United States
r.nd Canada participated in the
]0th annual Mid-Winter Conven-
tion of the Nshei Ubnos ChaUri,
the Lubavitcher women's organi-
zation, in the Traymore Hotel last
weekend.
The theme of the convention
was "The Jewish Woman Meets
the Challenge to Jewish Survi-
val." The keynote address was
delivered by Rabbi Shlomo Z.
Hecht of Chicago. Guest speakers
included Rabbi David Lehrfield,
Rabbi Tibor H. Stern, and Rabbi
S. Weiss, of Miami Beach.
| A special message to the con-
ention from the Lubavitcher
jnshine Krispy Crackers
Purim Entertaining
Double criso. doubie gcoJ Le-
galise the folks at Sunslii.ic wrap
fach stack of Sunshine Krispy
ackers in wax paper, and then
Jck them all in a reclosable.
tay-crisp plastic bag. Yes, the
reshest ideas keep cuuung from
funshine!
And for people watcning their
lit intake, it's Rood to know tha!
lunshine Krispy Crackers have
ttaltcd lop-'. They're also strict'y
Jco-her and pareve; you'l' f'nd n
*K'' on every' pa:kape
Women Hold
Convention
liel.be, Rabbi Menacherm M.
Schneerson. was read by Rab! i
Ab.aham Korf, rrpional din ctor
of the Miami office of Merkos
L'In.-onei Chinuch, the education
al arm of the Lubavitcher move-
ment.
Nahei Ubnos Chabad, an inter-
national women's organization
founded by the Hebbe 17 years ago
is dedicated solelv to the promul-
-piion of To--ah teachings and way
of life among Jewish mothers and
(laughters.
Simplified Talmud Torah
Classes At Agudath Israel
Anudath Israel Hebrew Insti-
tute, 7S01 Carlyle Ave., Miami
Beach, is beginning an extensive
to r month simplified Talmud
Torah program lor children ages
9 to 12',2 years old Monday.
The fir conditioned classes will
be conducted daily from 3:30-5:30
p.m. and Sundays from 10:00 a.m.
to noon under the supervision of
Rabti Sheldon N. Ever, educa
tional director. The strdents will
be taught to read and write
Hebrew, and will participate in
a newly-orgnni; ed Junior Congre-
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Festive Purim Recipes
BY ESTHER FEINBERG
The Feast of Esther is a time for partying, and here are some delightful new recipes for either casual or more formal
entertaining. They all come from you, our readers, and we're very proud of your willingness to share them with us. The makers
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MUSHROOM TIDBITS
1 (7-ounce) can tuna, drained and
flaked
1/4 CUp HELLMANN S*/BEST FOODS*
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3 tablespoons chopped watercress
1 tablespoon sesame seed
1 tablespoon soy sauce
1/2 teaspoon ground ginger
24 small mushroom caps
1 hard cooked egg yolk, sieved
Combine first 6 ingredients. Stul! cacs
with tuna mixture. Garnish with egg
yolk. Chill. Makes 24.
Submitted by:
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CHOPPED SARDINE SALAD
2 (3 3/4-ounce) cans sardines,
drained and broken in piece!
2 hard cooked eggs, chopped
-1 /4 cup chopped onion
1/4 CUP HEUMANNS/6EST FOODS
Real Mayonnaise
2 tablespoons vinegar
1 1/2 tablespoons sugar
Combine all ingredients. Chill for sev-
eral hours. Serve as an appetizer or
sandwich filling. Makes 1 2/3 cups.
Submitted by:
Mrs. Martin H. Gordon, Flint, Mich.
HALIBUT DELIGHT
2 tablespoons margarine
1 cup chopped green pepper
1 cup chopped onion
1 cup diced ceiery
1 (5-ounce) can chow mein
noodles
2 pounds halibut, cooked, boned
and flaked
1 1/2 CUPS HELLMANN-S/BEST FOODS
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2 teaspoons Worcestershire sauce
Melt margarine in skillet over medium
heat. Add green pepper, onion and
celery. Cover and saute about 10 min-
utes or until tender. Grease 113/4 x
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sprinkle with half of the chow mein
noodles. Stir together sauleed vege-
table mixture with remaining ingredi-
ents. Turn into prepared baking dish.
Sprinkle remaining noodles on top.
Bake in 425 degrees F. (hot) oven
15 to 20 minutes or until heated
through. Serves about 6.
Submitted by:
Mrs. Evelyn Huskey. Lafayette Hill '
Pennsylvania
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1 eggplant (about 1 112 oounds)
1/2CUpHELLMANN'SBFST FOODS
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1 /2 small onion (optional)
1 small dill pickle
1/4 teaspoon salt
1 /4 teaspoon garlic salt
2 teaspoons lemon juice
2 hard cooked eggs, chopped
Bake eggplant in 400 degrees F. (ho!)
oven 45 minutes or until soft. Cool, re-
move skin and stem. Puree in blender
until smooth. Add Real Mayonnaise,
onion, pickle, salt, garlic salt and lemon
juice; blend just until smooth. Stir eggs
into eggplant mixture. Chill. Serve with
assorted crackers. Makes 2 cups.
Submitted by:
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1 cup pineapple tidbidts, drained
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1 cup small curd cottage cheese
1 /2 teaspoon salt
Dash pepper
1 envelope Kosher unflavored gelatin
1/4 cup cold water
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Friday, February 18. 1 ;~2
Celebrate Purim With
A 'Heroic' Hamantash
"Hoint is Purim Morgc-n is
iss Git meer ah Hamantash
Und vnrf mcor aroiss!" That's
What JmaW) chi! lvn sang in the
Old country as rhov visited from
house to house on I'urim.
And before they wore "thrown
out." they were often rewarded
With a .slice of a horoic-size Haman-
tash, the kind with rich challah
lough on the outside and a lus-
cious prune fffllng on the inside.
How long since you've tested
that old-r:ishione ki;:d of Haman-
tash? Too long? Tin n why no'
bake one this Purim it's easier
than mama's ever was, especiallj
the (Wins; thai you make with
tender pitted prunes. Just sni[>
Sunsweel Pitted Prunes Into bits,
combine *Uh o'lier fining ingre-
dients and cook briefly to blend
and thicken.
The recipe below is enough for
one Heroic Hamantash and about
10 small ones too, so there's some-
thing for everyone.
Too busy to bake? Make quick
Hamantasnen "pastry" out of fresh
White bread slices, rolled out flat
and cut into rounds, The ensiest-
ever filling too ... for each Ha-
mantash, use one pitted prune and
fill the dimple u=od to be' with a dab of preserves.
The prune will stav moist and
succulent during baking, for a de-
lectably easy filling.
IIKKOK HAMANTASH
1 package 112 oz. >
Sunsweel Pitted Prunes.
1 cup Sunsweel Dried Apricots
water
'*4 cup sugar
'.- cup orange marmalade
1 envelope active fry yeast
2 this, lukewarm water
'.i cup milk
',2 tsp. salt
% cup soft butter
3-3'2 cups Hour
2 eggs
To make filling: Snip prunes
into bits. Snip apricots into bits in-
to a saucepan. Add just enough
water to cover, bring to boi! and
simmer 10 minutes. Stir in prunes,
one-half cup sugar and marmaiade.
Cook over low heat, stirring occa-
sionally, until thickened, about 13
minutes. Cool.
To make dough: Soften yeast in
lukewarm water. Scald milk: add
butter, one-quarter cup sugar, and
salt; cool to lukewarm. Stir in
two cups of flour 1o make a batter.
Separate one egg; set aside white.
Acd one whole egg, one egg yolk,
and y. ast mixture to batter. Beat
well Work in remaining flour un-
til dough pulls away from sides of
howl.
Turn out on lightly-floured sur-
face. Knead until dough is smooth
and elastic. Shape into ball and
place in a greased bowl; turn the
dough over so that top is grer.sed.
Cover with a towel and let rise in
warm place until doubled, about
l's hours. Punch dough down, al-
low to rest for 10 minutes. Divide
dough in half.
Roll out half on sheet of light ly-
| floured foil, into 12-inch circle.
] Spread half of filling over, to with-
in two inches of border. Brush
lough around filling with lightly
beaten egg white. Pinch edges of
dough together in three places to
form a triangle. Very carefully
slide foil onto baking sheet. Cover
with towel an,' let rise for about
one-half hour.
Roll out rest of dough. Cut into
four-inch rounds. Spread each
round with melted butter and top
j with a generous spoonful of filling.
Brush edges with egg white and
pinch as above. Place on baking
sheet. Cover with towel and let
rise about one-half hour.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees
fahrenheit. When Hamantash are
ready to go into oven, brush dough
with remaining beaten egg white
Bake large Hamantash 35 min-
utes, small ones 25 minutes. Makes
one large Hamantash, and about
10 small ones.
16 Sunsweet Pitted Prunes
i approx.
4 tsp. apricot preserves
1 loaf il lb. I SOfe White bread
'i cup melted butter tapprox.)
1 egg, beaten
4 tsp. cinnamon-sugar
Preheat oven to 425 de;rees
fahrenheit. Fill the dimple in each
pitted prune with a dab of pre-
terves. Flatten each slice of bread
with a rolling pin and then cut
OUl a :'j Inch round with a cookie
cutter. *Save the outside pieces of
bread to toast for crumbs).
Place the bread rounds on a
baking sheet and brush each with
melted butter. Turn over so that
the buttered side is down. Work-
Ing with one bread round at a
time, brush with beaten egg and
sprinkle with al)out one-quarter
teaspoon of cinnamon-r.ugar.
Place n filled prune in the center
and pinch edges together very
firmly in three places to form a
triangle. Bae five to eight min-
utes, until edges turn golden
brown. Makes about 16.
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+Jenist> fhrk/iar
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Humphrey Denounces U.S.
Policy As Hypocritical
r Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey
recewly assailed the ix>licies ol
iln' j nlted States government re-
j,ardjr!g Jerusalem as "grossly hy-
pocritical." Refusal to recognize
no) i iy the reunification of 1967,
but e-.en the fact that Jerusalem
Is the capital of Israel, the Senator
deeltred, "betrayf a shocking lack
and the feelings of the Israeli
peon*.
Tl e Senator's statement fur-
ther i harg.- i that a "dual stand-
Ci izens Approve
Pi rker's Plan For
Dc rvntown Renewal
P B of the first citizen's groups
1" a prowa the Alfred Browning
Par f plan to revitalize Down-
tow
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Miami and rebuild Bayfront
Miami's Committee on
Eco gy and Beautification.
C lirman ?.'. Albert Pallot an-
linii ed that his members agree
wit Parker's suggestion to create
h terfront open space, from
Mc thur Causeway south to
the liami River, with structures
l'ii irivate housing, multi-level
par ig, and shops at both ends.
T y further recommend re-
turn of the two center lanes
ol irking meters on Biscayne
Bou vard, converting the space
an extension of Bayfront
and construction of an over-
pas nt Flagler Street to aid the
of pedestrians and cars.
'I r Committee also came out
n toe of the $.19.9 million Bond
ssi i recently projected by the
'it; I ommis.tion tapurcha.se pro-
oi-Mf. an le\elop additional pub-
lic Hrks and recreational lacili-
ir special bond election will
a on March 14.
nt
n
itional Orchid Show
front Auditorium
South Florida Orchid Soci-
i annual International Or-
tiaw will have the theme.
il Do Orquideas," accord*
pilchard Roth, general show
Tiie Feb. 25-27 show
held in Miami's Bayfront
[auditorium with a special
Premiere" taking place
at 8 p.m.
Sgemann, chairman of the
remiere." describes it as
JUTS of viewing, wining.
Uicing and entertainment
ing of 50,000 orchids with
]ot the Border" touch to
Latin neighbors." Tic-
information for this spe-
lt-can be obtained by con-
Ithe South Florida Orchid
It 1900 SW Third Ave.
ie Chapter, BBW, To
liki Adler Tuesday
line Chapter. B'nai B'rith
has scheduled a regular
Tuesday at 12:30 p.m.
blub rooms of the Wash-
Federal, 633 NE 157th St.
nold Rothenberg, presi-
111 welcome old and new
and guests,
s'iki Adler of the Israel
lui Club will talk on in-
nt opixirtunities in Israel.
uestipn and answer period
|loW. Pauline Rosenblatt,
ship vice president, invites
[ interested in becoming a
to attend.
linovich C.C.C. Guest
aiah Rabinovich, profes-
lebrew Literature at the
! Jewish Studies, Chicago,
on the subject, "Can
[i-Translation Survive?"
Beth Sholom's Coffee.
Conversation program
10:30 a.m. James S.
LC.C. chairman, has an-
ard" has been utilized by the Uni-
ted States in dealing with the
Jerusalem issue remaining
silent when Jordanian troops des- ;
troyed the city's ancient Jewish
shrines, but condemning Israel
when she restores a "Jewish pres-
ence" that was forcibly removed
after .1.000 years of being the focal
point of world Jewry.
The United States, the Senator
declared, must recognize the fact '
that Jerusalem has always been. I
and must remain, a single united i
city and that it is the capital of
Israel.
Said Sen. Humphrey: "It is now !
over twenty three years since I
Jerusalem was declared the capi- j
tal of the new State of Israel, j
Anyone faintly familiar with the I
last three millennium of Jewish [
history cannot fail to understand j
the deep significance of this decla-
ration. Jerusalem ami the Jew
are so deeply intertwined in the
pages of history that even the
formal announcement merely rati-
fied what millions of Jewish hearts
had always known. Incredibly, the
I'nited States government refused
and continues to refuse to recog- I
nize Israel's riirht to decide which
city is its capital.
"In 1948. the Jordanian Arab
Legion, in blatant disregard of
United Nations resolutions and
world public opinion, seized the
Old City of Jerusalem, razed its
synagogues, desecrated the thous-
and year old Jewish cemetery, ex-
pelled its Jewish population, and
denied access to the city's holy
places to all Israelis Jew, Chris-
tian and Moslem alike.
The United States government
was silent in the face of this forced
annexation and the injustices that
accompanied it.
"For 19 years Jerusalem was
a truncated city, split by walls of
UOTS Celebrates 19th Year Monday
barbed wire and hatred. The Jor-
danian army was finally removed
in 19G7 when Israel reunited the
city and began, with compassion
and devotion to human dignity, to
bind up the wounds of division.
"From the rubble of armed oc-
cupation has sprung up a city of
l>eace. Shrines of all religions are
treated with res|>ect. Each reli-
gious group has been granted au-
tonomy. Jerusalem the golden is
once again a single thriving
vibrant unit.
"This the U.S. government
chooses to condemn as "anne.xa- i
tion" in spite of Israeli assurances
that Jerusalem will te treated and
restored as a holy city for all
Christian. Moslem and Jew alike i
with free access, under interna-
tional guarantees, if necessary, to '
all places of worship.
"This is a dual standard. It is i
hypocritical now to condemn Is-
rael while we silently acquiesced
to the il'egal seizure and cal-
culated destruction of much of
the City of Jerusalem at the hands
of the Jordanians.
"We were wrong not to recog-
nize Jerusalem as the capital of
Israel in 1948. We were wrong
not to cry out when Jordanian
forces occupied half of that sacred
city later that year. We were
wrong to remain silent when the
century-old Jewish quarter was
reduced to rubble and shrines of
deep significance to Christian and
Jew alike desecrated and we
eomi>ound these wrongs today by
ignoring the reunification of Jeru-
salem and the humane administra-
tion of that city under Israeli
rule.
"The Psalmist s'joaks of 'Jeru-
salem the rebuilt, as a city that is
united together.' Sen. Humphrey
concluded, "The time has come for
U.S. policy to recognize the reality
of a rebuilt and united Jerusalem
as the capital of the State of Is-
rael."
The United Order of True Sis-
ters, Miami No. 4.1, will celebrate
its 19th year of community serv-
ice in Miami Monday noon in the
Hibiscus Lodge auditorium. Mrs.
Louis Gillman, president, has an-
nounced. iWll ,,. ,,
The local philanthropic project
in Miami is the "special clinic" at
Variety Children's Hospital which
they support. Their latest gift to
the hospital is a sophisticated life-
saving device, the most modern
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Mrs. M--'x Ruthfieid. chairman,
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Altman, director of Radiology and
to Donald F. Coester. director of
Planning and Di velopment at
Variety Children's Hospital.
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vjewisti rfrjridtirctn
Friday, February 18, 1972
First Public Health Class
JERUSALEM The hope that
peace would come speedily to the
Middle East and make possible a
new era of cooperation and friend-
ship between Jews and Arabs,
"who are after all cousins," was
expressed by Israeli Minister of
Health Victor Shemtov. during
the graduation exercise of the
first class of the International
Course in Public Health and Social
Medicine at the Hadassah-Hebrew
University Medical Center.
Ten physicians, nurses and other
graduate students from Malawi,
India, Philipines, Swaziland, Thai-
land. Uruguay, England and the
United States received Master of
Public Health (M.P.H.) degrees in
Public Health and Social Medicine
from the Hebrew University of
Jerusalem, at the end of a 14-
month course.
"The fact that no students from
the neighboring Arab countries are
participating in this course is un-
fortunate." Mr. Shemtov said.
"Our School would especially wel-
come candidates from the neigh-
boring states, but they do not
coma because instead of peace,
cooperation and co-existence, a
state of war still prevails between
us. Enormous opportunities exist
in the Hebrew Universit..'-Hadas- i
sah Medical School, for progress
and achievement for Israelis and
Arabs alike."
Dr. Nicholas Ohitimba of
Malawi, who sjxike on behalf of
the graduates, said that they had
come not only from different coun-
tries, but from widely differing
cultures and backgrounds. "Un-
derstanding is a two-sided coin.
We wouldn't ask otlieis to under-
stand us if we did not try to un-
derstand them. We go away from
the Holy Land, not only with
vastly increased knowledge about
the latest ideas of public heath,
but also with real insight into
Israel and her problems. When we
are home among our people we
will try to spell out the truth as
we saw it here. As for the COUTS".
we did not find solutions to all
problems that is impossible
because every country is different
--but we learned how to analyze
problems. We also learned how
to learn."
Dr. Chitimbas wife, Bahati.
a graduate nurse, completed a
course in Public Health Nursing
while he took the Public Health
Course. During their stay in Is-
rael, their first child a girl,
whom they named Tamar was
born.
Prof. Sidney Kark, head of the
Department oi Social Medicine at
Hadassah. who was in charge of
the course, described Tamar as
"the first sabra Malawian."
"Sabra" is the Hebrew term for
a cactus fruit and is generally ap-
plied to a person born in Israel,
who is said to be spikey outside
but soft and sweet inside.
Prof. Kark urged the students
to keep in touch with Jerusalem
for two reasons: The faculty of
Hadassah could help them to cope
with problems they might encoun-
ter in their homelands. The ex-
changes of information would be
of great helo to the Medical School
in the planning of future courses,
he said.
Professor Kalrran .T. Mann.
Director-General of the Hadassah
Medical Organization, warned the
students that their new knowledge
would not always be easily im-
plemented. He explained that they
would be going back to their own
countries with all kinds of new
ideas al out public health and pre-
ventive health.
"Don't be disappointed if you
encounter resistance to these new-
ideas," Dr. Mann said. "Politicians
and laymen, generally, are more
accustomed to think in terms of
public health which prevents dis-
ease among thousands." he ex-
plained.
"When we asked one Minister of
Health what kind of medical he!"
he wanted for his country, he said
that he needed a chest surgeon. It
was very hard to convince him
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to cnEHKe
in business under the fictitious name
of PINE INN BAR at 5612 N.B. 2nd
Avenue, -Miami, Fla. intend* to re-
gister said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
WILLIAM E. WILHIDE
Miriam P-eokerman
Attorney for applicant
IMS B.W. 3rd Avenue
-Miami. Kla
1/28 2/1-11-18
LEGAL NOTICE
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avid F. Stahl, associate direc-
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R'nai IJ'rith, will speak on
to Overcome Prejudices"
TiMtlay at the 8 p.m. meeting of
ihKnima Lazarus Chapter, B'nai
i Ki Women. The women will be
-King Brotherhood Month at the
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; Jefferson National Bank, 301
nBTst., Miami Beach.
LEGAL NOTICE
\
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IL'tj
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in
-in1
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
|THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
.EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOK
B"ADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-3265
iCTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
E: THE MARRIAGE OF
[to GARCIA, Husband
and
TA GARCIA, Wife
MIRTA GARCIA
[Salud 21liApt. 4
Habana, Cuba ......
1 ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
an action for Dissolution of Mar-
has been filed against you and
are required to serve a copy Of
J written defenses, if any, to it on
lermo Sostchin, attorney for Pe-
ner, whose address is 101 N.W.
Avenue. -Miami, Florida, and file
[original with the clerk of the
S styled court on or before March
(72; otherwise a default will be
sd against you for the relief de-
ed in the complaint or petition.
j notice shall be published once
[week for four consecutive weeks
IE JEWISH FI/MtlDIAN.
rNESS my hand and the seal of
>urt at Miami. Florida on this 15
February, 1972.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
I As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
Hy:.C. P. COPKIjAND
As Deputy Clerk
Court Seal)
io Sostchin. Esq.
& SOSTCHIN
V. 12th Avenue
Florida
2/18-25 8/8-10
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I
NOTICE OF ACTION
INSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
|E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
'ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
fVIL ACTION NO. 72-3231
'ION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
THE MARRIAGE OF
~iM Ykai-.kr, Husband,
id
-A V EAGER. Wife.
EKESA YEAGER
Maker Avenue
rth Men-irk, New York I1366
ABE HEREBY NOTIFIED
[action for Dissolution of .Min-
is been filed against you and
t quired to serve a ropy of
itten defenses, if any, to it
Holt/.mioi, Esq.-, attorney for
[r, w>ose address is lion Con-
ildliig. -Miami, Florida 3313".
the original with the clerk
ihove styled court on or be-
I. H'72: otherwise a de-
ll be entered against you for
tf demanded in the complaint
on
(lotire shall be published once
fk tor four consecutive weak!
lEtflSH FI.ORIDIAN.
__ my hand and the seal of
ri "it .Miami, Florida on this
'F* H-72.'
H LEATHER.MAN.
s Clerk. Circuit Conn
^K>a By- R. -M. K1SSEE
As Deputy Clerk
ri Sealt
BlV^rnan, Hsq.
& lloltzman
Building;
Drtda 33130
rfor.Fetltioner
2/18-25 3/3-10
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NO. 72-3022
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN RE:
The -Marriage of MANUEL
VAZQUEZ, Husband and
SI BAN VAZQUEZ, Wife.
TO: SUSAN VAZQUEZ
159 Hroadv. ay St.
Lou ell. Mass,
yOU ABIE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai a Petition for Dissolution of Mar-
riage ban been riled, n&ma'fiu you as
Respondent! and you are required to
servi a copy of your Answer or other
plendl .;..- i.ii the Petitioner'i Attorney,
OSCAR A. white, whose business
address is: SOU Roberts nuiMuig. _'-
VVesi Flagler Stn et, Miami, I I
;.!i.i file Ihi original Answer or plead-
I thi .lure ol the Clerk of (he
Circuil 'in t. "ii or before the 24
no i i March, 1972. If you fail Io do no,
Ju bj i >efaull in i"
. i-. you for the relief demanded
Pi .i......
shall i"' published .....
each week for four (41 ronsecutlvi
ji THE JEWISH l-'l.i IRI] IIA N
DONE ami ORDERED this II day
ol Feb., 1972.
E. 1! L-EATHERMAN,
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By: N. A. hew ett
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
i I8CAR A. WHITE
Attorney for Petitioner
Hut) Roberts Building
28 West Flagler Street
Miami, Florida 33130
2/18-25 1 :.-'"
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA--IN PROBATE
No. 72-680
(ARTHUR W. PRIMM)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
LOUIS J FARBBB
I ii i a.-ed.
To All Creditors and All Parsons Hav-
Ins. Claims or Demands Agalnsl Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
Hi. estate of LOUIS J. FARBER de-
.<,,-,,i i.it,. of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same lit duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.1;. Florida
Statutes, In their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County. Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
or the same will be barred.
Dated at -Miami. Florida, this 7 day
of February, AD. 1978.
DOROTHY FARBER
BEVERLY FARBER
As Executrlces
First publication of this notice on
;hc is day of February, 1972.
ENGLANDER HPRNETT
By: MARTIN BURNETT
Attorney for Estate
1 1 mcoln Road Bldg.
Miami Beach, Fla.
2/18-25 3/3-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ROUTE MESSENGER BER VICES,
INC. at lOiT, Congress Building, Miami,
Florida intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
EDWARD KPRTZER. pres.
DANIEL RETTER. ESQ.
Attorney for Route Messenger
Services, Inc.
tOOt Congress Building
.Miami, Florida 381311
.......... 2'/l'1'-'l-85 3/3"
LEGAL NOTICE
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. 72-2664
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
RAUL i: G< INZALEZ
HUSBAND
MARIA A. DAVID GONZALEZ
WIFE
Tl ': RAUL It GONZA1 EZ
J4!> E.1-1 Desert Inn I'd.
Apt. 12
t.as Vegas, Nevada
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an netli n for r>issolul.......t Mar-
riage has i-1 H filed agalnsl you and
j ou are 1 quired to servt s ci py oi
our rltli 1 di fenses, if any. 11
11 Raul J. Valdes-Faull, altot
Petition addi 1 bs it : ': I Cor-
al Way, Miami, Florida 331 15, M d
file the original wiih the 1 lerk of the
,.\ styled courl on or before -March
17, 1972: otherwise a default will be
entered agalnsl you for the relief de-
manded in th......mplnint or petition
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH Fl 1 'RID1 \N.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
Bald court at Miami, Florida on this 7
day of February, 1972.
E 1; LEATHERMAN,
As Clerk, Circuil Court
l>ade Count). Florida
By C. P. COPBLAND
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Raul J. Valdes-Faull
1414 Coral Way
Miami, Fla. 33145
Attorney for Petitioner
2/11-18-23 3 3
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MY PIJVCE at 1"7 N.E. 7!Uh Street,
Miami. Fla, Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
JOHN MERRY
FERN MERRY
MIRIAM BECKERMAN
Attorney for applicants
1896 S.W. 3rd Ave.
Miami. Fla.
2/4-11-1S-2R
IkGAl NOTICE
.'.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA--!'. PROBATE
No. 72-711 (BLANTON)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN RE: Estate of
SALLY WERHEN a/k/a
SALLY SCHRAM
To All Creditors and All Person- Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you mnv have against
th, .state of SALLY WERDEN a/k/a
SALLY SCHRAM deceased late of
Dade County. Florida, to the County
Judges of Dade County, and (lie the
same in duplicate and as provided in
Section 7S3.lt, Florida Statutes In
their offices In the County Courthouse
in Dnde County, Florida, within six
calendar months from the time of
the first publication hereof, or the
same will he barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 8 day
of r. bruary, AD. 1972.
STEPHANIE IRVINE
IVY V. SCHRAM DALTAS
As Executrlces
Firsl publication of this notice on
ihe is day of February, 1972.
HAROl D J. COHEN
Attorney t.....rill' Executi-ics
:'?t,! Coral Way. Miami. Fla. :;:iH5
Tel.: 441-4781
2/1S-25 3/3-10
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
NO. 77124 C
In RE: Estate of
DAVID ENGLANDER
1 iireased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION
TO MAKE APPLICATION
FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that we
1 ive lied our Final Report and Peti-
tion for Distribution and Final Dis-
charge as Co-Executors of the estate
."r David Bnglander, deceased: and
thai on the Li day of April 10:48 a m .
1978, will apply to the Honorable
County Judges of Dade County, Flor-
ida, for approval of said Final Report
and for distribution and final dls-
narge as Co-Executors "i the estate
of the above-named decedent. This
9th day of Feb., 1971
8 Sarah Harris
s Ethel 1 loldman
S Man Faber
Marx Faber Attorney
905 Ainsley Building
Miami. Florida 33132
373-8264
2/11-18-25 3'3
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in I
business under the fictitious name of I
NIZHONI, Art of the Indian at Store
1-M. Coconut Grove Mall, 3418 Main <
Highway, Miami, Florida, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Da'le County,
Florida.
DAVID Ml LI BR
H VRRIS ^ BIRKIN, p \
Attorneys foi Applicant
12th Floor 1 >adi :" ill ral Bldg.
Miami, Florida 33131
! 18 25 3 3-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I
dersigned
undi ihe fictitiou
AI1NA REAI list Stn -i. .
I leai h. Florid
With Hi" Clerk of
Ihi Circuil Courl ol Dad<
Florida
JOHN E. VODICKA
- : 3
NOTICF OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
i.NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-2789
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
MICHAEL VERNE CURE,
Husband,
and
MARY LOU CURE,
Wife.
TO: MARY Lor (THE
1501 Melba Court
Mount View. California
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed agalnsl you ami
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to ii
on MITCHELL J LIPCON. attorney
for Petitioner, whose address is
FRIEDMAN & LIPCON, :;7.17 S.W. S
St., Suite 109, Miami, Florida :!3134.
Telephone 446-6485, and file the origi-
nal with the clerk of the above Btyled
court on or before March 17. 1972;
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief ,1, manned
in the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH PI ORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
-an! court ai Miami, Florida on this
:i day of I- < bruary, 1972.
E. II I BATHBRMAN,
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By C. P. COPP1 AND
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
FRIEDMAN K- l IPCON
MITCHELL J. I IPCON
3737 S.W. 8 St., Suite H'S
Miami. Florida 83134
Attorney for Petitioner
2/11-18-25 3/3
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. 72-1996
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
THE MARRIAGE OF:
JEANNE I) ARC PAQUIN.
Wife,
and
JEAN LIY PAQTJTN,
Hu'i.tinrt:''
TO: JEAN < JI Y PAQPIN
Laval trie
Province of Quebec.
Canada
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you arc required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it
on JOSH REPHUN, attorney for Pe-
tltloner, whose address is 1370 Wash-
ington Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida,
and rile Ihe original with thi lerk
of the above styled court on or be-
fore March 7. 1972; otherwise .1 de-
fault will be entered "gains! you for
'hi 1 e.....Ii 11 Muled in the complaint
or pi tition.
This all be publh hed once
"in Ii w ek f< r fou ri utfve w< eks
in THE JI W Is'il I- l.ulMlil.W.
- my 1 .10'l .. 'i 1 of
1 Floi Ida 1 1. this
E U I EATHERMAN,
As t.'l ..''11. nit 'ouvi
i di I' unty, Florida
. s\ hi: 11 en
r\.- Clerk
(i 'Ireull "our 1 I
JOSH REP1 N
\- n< j foi Pel Itioi 1 r
2/4-11-18 25
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. 72-2752
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF .
RICHARD POCTA,
Husband,
and
CANDACE ELIZABETH POCTA,
W lie.
TO: CANDACE ELIZABETH POCTA
residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you arc required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it
on .lack L Herskowlts, Esq.. attor-
ney foi Petitioner whose address is
420 Lincoln Road, Suite 603, Miami
Beach, Florida 81189, and file the
original with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before March lb,
1972: otherwise a default will be en-
ieu d against you for the relict de-
manded in the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published OUOS
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the -, :l\
of said courl at Miami. Florida )a
this Mh day of January. 1972
E. II. LEATHERMAN,
As lerk, Circuit Court
1 lade County. Florida
l'y I. s NEED EN
As Denuty Clerk
c 'ireull Court Seal) j
lack I.. I lerskov 1 iz. Esq.
Herskowlts -nd Grossman, PA.
420 Lincoln Road, Suite fin3
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Attorney for Petitioner
8 11-18-25 3/3
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'-S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA.-IN PROBATE
No. 72-366 FRANK B DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in 111: Estate of
S.....MON SAM SH1LLER
1 leet ased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing 1 1.1 in- 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 BOLOMON BAM shil-
ler deceased late of Dade County.
Florida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same In duplicate
and as provided in Section 7.13.16.
Florida Statutes, in their offices in
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida. within six calendar
months from the time of Ihe first
nublloatlon hereof, or the same will
be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 14
day of February, A.D. 1972.
-Mercantile National Bank of
-Miami Reach
By: Robert H. Saltman
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 18 day of February. 1972.
.Marx M. Faber
Attorney for Executor
905 Ainsley Building
Miami. Florida 33132 373 6264
2/18-25 3/3-10
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA--IN PROBATE
No. 72-411
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
JENNIE K. RUBIN
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Agalnsl Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of JENNIE K. RI'MIN de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the some in duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.16. Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 14th
day of February, A D 1972
MEATRICE RI'MIN
1...... Liberty Avenue
Miami Beach, Floi da
As Executrix
Fir-i publication 01 tins notice on
the I8lh day of February, 1972.
MET.VIN K FRANKBL
FRANKEL A AVRACH, P A.
At 11 rney for 1 >ecutrlx
I2fi 1 Incoln Ro id
Miami Beach, Florlds 831
i 18-25 8/3-10
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 72469 (Primm)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
111ILLIS T MADRY
I let eased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You arc hereby notified and re-
Xid to present any claims and de-
ds which y..u may have against
the estate of HOLLIS T. MADRY de-
censed late of Dade County. Florida, to
the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same ill dunlicale and as
provided in Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida.
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof.
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 2 day
of Feb., A.D. 1072.
ROMERT F. MADRY
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 11 dav of Feb. 1972.
ANDREW J. TOTH
Attorney for Executor
9326 Park Drive-Suite E.
Miami Shores, Florida 33138
2/11-18-25 3/3
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-1818
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
JAMES MCCLAREN
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You arc hereby 'notified and re-
quired Io present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of JAMES MCCLAREN de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida, to
the County Judges of Dade County.
and file the same in dunlicate and as
provided In Section 728.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same w 111 be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this
day of January. A.D. 1 !-7l"
Del.KNA McCI A REN
As Executrix
First publication of this notice
the 11 dav of Feb.. IJ72
I ESTER ROGERS, ESQ.
Attorney for Executrix
1454 N W. 17th Avi ui
2/11-18-25 3 i
31 J
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S CH'RT
IN AND FOR DADF COUNTY,
FLORIDA--IN PROBATE
No. 72-725
(FRANK B. DOWLING)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE; Estate of
RUTH FINBMAN,
1' asi d.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Agalnsl Said
You are hereby notified and re-
quired I" present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of RUTH FINEMAN de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to Hi- County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same in duplicate and
as provided In Section 7*8 16, Flor-
ida Statutes, in their offices In the
County Courthouse in Dade Couo'v.
Florida, within six calendar months
from the time of the first Publication
hereof, or the same will be barred.
Dated at .Miami. Flo-i.t..,. |n|a .,,|,
day f February, ,\ D 1672.
Tin: FIRST NATIONAL HANK OF
MIAMI
By Glen E. Smith
vice President
As Kxeelltor
First nubile-Hon of |M notice on
the IS day of February. 1H72.
Sparber, Zemel, Roskln and
Heilhronner I' A
Attorneys for The First National
p-nk of Miami
100 N. Biscayne Boulevard
Miami. Fla.
2/18-25 3/3-10
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY, NO. 72-2745
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ATII.ANO TEODORO CAHRASCO
Petitioner
MARIA VIOLETA DE GOMEZ DE
CARRASCO
Di fondant
TO: MARIA VIOLETA DE GOMEZ
DE CARRASCO
San Juan de l.etran II No. 10
Mexico I, D.F. Mexico
You. MARIA VIOLETA DE GO-
MEZ DE CARRASCO. are hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you,
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Pill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs
attorney. CASPAR II. ALDRICII. 1414
Coral Way, Miami, Florida 33145 and
file the original Answer or Pleading
in the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the 17 day of
March. 11172. If vnu fall to do so, Judg-
ment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Mill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published onco
< ai ii w.ek for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this s d,.y ot February, AD,
1672.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuil Court. Dade County, Florida
By: C, P COPBLAND
Deputy Ckrk
(Circuil Court Seal)
GASPAR M ALDRICII
1414 Coral Way
Miami. Florida -314*
Attorney f,,r Plaintiff
B66-S474
2/11-18-25 3'3
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Friday. February 28. ":'2
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTKE
LEGAL NOTXi
1
LEGAL HOTtCi
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVKN that
the undersigned, desirinpt: to tMtgagi
bunineaa under the Bctftlnua name <-f
ALKYTKN DECORATING hi : W
2*-h suet. Hiak-ah SJgll Intend! to
t.. -*er .-aid name with the Clerk >(
th.- Circuit Court <>! Dade County,
riorl la
.1' H I.KM.
1 :* : 4-11-18
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
tNO PROPERTY))
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-1408
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
EM RE:
ADA It AI.VARKZ. Wife
and
LUIS AL.VARKZ. Husband
TO: l.IIS AI.VARKZ
Avenida Central Ki'3
t'aparra Terr:
San Ju*i,. Puerto Rico
TOU AUK HBRBBV NOTIFIED
that an action f.r Dissolution of Mar
ria'- has been filed agaiust you and
you ..re r. iui.-e yaw written defenses, if any to it i
on MANTKL ZA1A<\ attorney f-r
Petitioner, whose addr.-- i- IS! S.E
ttid Avenue. Suite 10. Miami. Florida
33131. and file the original with the
clerk of the aboYi atarled court on
r before Marvh I, lf7S; odierwiac
default will be entered apaiiisi yon
(Or '.lie relief il, malldt-d ill the Copl-
l : r petition
This notice shall be published onc<
. h week for f"ur conaecutlve arei
: JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS mj and the seal
of :! "ur- at Miami, Florida on In Re The Marriage Of:
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter '0722AeU of 1941
File No 71 -A-935
NOTICE 18 HEREBY QIVEN thai
Nathaniel w si.-cei holder of Count]
Tai Sale Certificate No. 170* laaued
the -'tli day of May. AD IMS, ha-
fi!, .1 -imi m my office, and lias made
application for a tax deed to be leaned
thereon. Said Certificate embrarea tut
following described property in the
County of Dad*, State of Florida, to-
wn:
i*.t II Lean Beg on BW Oor i^t
13 N. HLM Kl SKly K.I.14 Ft W
53.M Ft to lMH for K W & All
I.OI 14 Blk ;.. Alice llaldwin Kt
AI Sub., l'lat lt< H>k H Pare S7 and
l'lai ll.H.k ; Page 43 in the Coun-
ty of Dade. State of Florida.
Tins deed will l>e issued suh> to
i:-Tl <"..u.ny taxes and City of Miami
ULXee an.I liens.
The assessment of saiil property un-
der the said certificate was in the
name of: A. A. Realty Corp
I'niess said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, the prop-
erty d scribed herein will be fold to
th. highest bWd4kr for cash at the
Courthouse aoac on the first Monday
IB il month of March. H-7.', which is
the 6th day of March. I*::.
I>aied this 31st day of January.
1V7L-.
K. I!. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court,
liy p. f OuMatraad. D.C
Onde County, Florida.
Circuit Court Bead
-: 4-i:-:-.-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 72-2036
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
U .: da) i ( J inua"). >"i
E II i.KATHK.illl \N
I* Ck urt
I ;<.' Fit i Ida
By: '" !' iPEl AND
A- '
..
MANUBI ZAIAC
l' s R Snd A Bull tlO

i
NOTICE LNDEl-i
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\ 'ICE is Hi KEBY Gl> EN that
lesirlnfi -: -.
i ..---.. ..-
uin i-:: Ml LMI- : 111 N w
Ave.. Mial
i--.- me with the Clerk of
I '.i. u.: Court : i I unty,
i
JOSH GAMALLO B 8!
RAI'L. R I !.!. A -'
MARIO BAKRAI. :
J. 1. LAZAGA _
4/4-11
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
,NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-2123
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THK MARRIAGE OP
VICK1 A. SHINKLE
Ife
.. II d
JAMES K SHINKIJC
Husl
TO: JAMBS K SHINKLE
(Residence Unknown)
TOt AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for DiaaotUtion of Mar-
riage baa been filed against you and. ''-"'.'''
CHINK VINCENT,
' RICHARD VINCENT husbai
, T- >: RICHARD VINCENT
I OtseKi Street
Apartm< N
\ Califoi
vRE HEREBY ed that
i Pel i -- lul
nied anlnst you,
ured '
wer or otl
.- Io the Pi

. n n iiti \
id flli Ihi

the 1
- ntered
> "U
DATED ".: St dl
:.
K B L.EATHERMAN
. u.' Court
!' i IPELAND
1/4-11-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QTVEN that
i pied, il |
iiainesa tinder the flctltloua I
| "f AMANTE8 at IK .\ \V. :Th Are
Miami, Florida Intend tn _
said ram- -.. ii>-. t... Clerk "f th<
, cuii Court of Du4 County, Florida
RAI'L R OLIVA
Jl >8E QAMALJjO R '
; I-11-18-2S
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-5453
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Eatate of
SADIE SINGER.
Dei fin and
T.i All Creditora and All Peraoiu Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-413
AMENDED NOTICE OF
SUIT TO QUIET TITLE
M At.I.km: LEWIS,
Plaintiff,
VS.
ANNA ITRpnM. THK ESTATE OP
THOMAS El'GENE FTKIX>M.
WALTER l- IMKlmjI. ANNA
MAKIE I'nilHi.M, DORIS Jl'NB
! KKI.l.V. JOSEPHINE FRED
I aw Si '.V THE ESTATE I P HUE
F. I.ITT1.K. NANCY MINSi.N,
' MRS. FRED (PATSY) ItrXK. MR
I WALLACE LITTLE. MRS SIK
, KEI.LA HAIU-A1:AiI.Ni>. MARY
IMHlviM SETMOI'R. NANCY
WILI.ARI> PFHIKiM HEARD, and
any known <^r unknown party who
1 may claim a>' survivor, heir, devisee,
prantce. aaabflU lieiior. creditor,
I trustee, or any ..ther claimant by.
thn.u:h under or against any of the
| aforementioned defendants, and all
purtlea having or claiming to have
i any riitht. title or interest in the
! fitllovvruir des<'ribed property, situate,
j lyinft* and being in Dade County.
I Florida, to-vvit: It ;. less the South
: M feel and lt.-s the North 7.." feet,
I Rl. ck 44. Idlewild Park. Plat lt.~.k :.
i Pile ^7. of the Public Records of
Dude County, Florida,
Defendants,
IN THK NAME OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
Ti Till! DEFEND V.NTS:
ANNA PFRDOM. ESTATE OP
THOMAS ETOENE PFRDOM. W-AL-
TER 1. PTRDOM, ANNA MARIE
PI'RDOM, DORIS JINK KELLY.
MRS JOSEPHINE LAWSON, ES-
TATE OP SIK F L'TTLE. NANCY
Ml"NSOX. MRS PAT8Y RiXE. MR
WALLACE LITTLE MRS SUE
BELLA OARFARACINO. MARY
PI'RDOM SETMOFR NANCY WIL-
! ARD PfRDOM BEARD, if alive
his or her unknown heirs.
i yranteef and rII
-.., lalminft hy,
Ihi in.

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lereal
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U iv, Kl. rid i
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: 41 IDLEWI1 D
PARK

Pul
Yi u.
filed

-.rv
.--...
BERNARD !.. JAF W< -i Flac-
' r .- set, Sulti '. Bn '-
lnr, Mlai
of (he Cl< rk nf
the Clroull Courl on or before March
thi anetratli
mpla il i"ill he tak< :i i
hall be nubllahed once
each week for four in *.. u
-- in THE JEWI8H FLORIDTAN:
dated this 2'^ dav of January, lf*7-.
E B LEATHERMAN
Clerk, Circuit "urt
Dad.- County. Florida
By: C P I' PBI and
i>, puty Clerk
l : ; 4-n-i-i
you are i taujali i d lo aerva a copy of
>-'.ur written defenses, if any. to it
on MARSHALL B FISHER, attorney
for Petitioner, whose aldress i-
S. Dixie HIarbway, Suite Ma, Miami.
Ploriila. and file the oriiriiial with the
clerk >f the above BO led court on or
bef<.re March 19th. 15T2; otherwiai a
default will be eiitereil against >P"U
for the relief demanded in the com-
x*ou are hereby notified and re-
', quired t present any claims and do-
' mamls which you may have anlnst
'the ..-tat. of SADIE SLNilER. de-
oeaaad late ..f I .,.: C.Hlllty. Flori.Ia.
; to th.- County Judn-es of Dade Cun-
. ty and file the same in duplicate and
aa provided in Section 7X3.14, Florida
1 Btatutee, in their offics in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Plor-
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. 72-336
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: Th. Marri.iee Of
GAIL PENNY IH'KKE. Petitioner.
and
.TKRRY F.I-RKE. Respond, nt.
TO: JERRY B1RKK
MM ti-lrd R R.-iro P.irk. New York
YOC ARE HEREBT NOTIFIED
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-5645
(FRANK B. DOWLING)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In Rv Eatat< "I
MARRY KINO
Deceaaed ..
To All Creditors and All Persons Hay-
ing claims or Dentanda Against saw
Batatl :
You are h.reby notified and re-
qulred to preaent an} i lalma and de-
mands which you may have against
the -tale of HARRY KING deci laed
late of Dad. County. rTorlda, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
rile the same In duplicate and aa <-
vide.l iii Sc-tion 713.It:. Florida Btat-
Btea i" th-ir officer in the County
Courthouse in I>de County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
..r the *am.- will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 21
day Of Jan. A.D. IM1
HELEN KLNG
Aa Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
the l"> day of January. 1971.
JOSEPH SCHMTER
Attorney for Bsecutor
..a" IJncr.ln Road.
Miami Beach. Fla.
1 tSt I'4-ll-l*
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-4559
IPRIMM)
NOTICE OF PROBATE
In RE: Eatate of
DOROTHY BAITER a k a
DOROTHY BAt'EB COHN,
I...-. ased
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THK ESTATE OP SAID DECEDENT.
You ar.- herebj notified thai a writ-
nstrument purporting to i- ihi
I testami l of aaid
ha> sen admitted to i
i urt. You ar. hen omn
mm tl
of the first publii
I '..urt and
( any you
I Court In Ulna
111 u -
ARTHI'R W PRIMM
1 .< US F P VST<
u:-\ !.E
F Bx< il
- : h '
Ml n l I
1S41
.-
I; -
th. rj 197!
1-11-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-3129
notice by publication
in rk the marriage i >f
:rt arm >ld sa\ age
AND
SANDRA ELIZABETH SAVAGE
Wife
YOI" SANDRA ELIZABETH BAV-
VOK Vllie n Brui Pop-
lar St.. Abilene, Tesaa, ARE HERE-
BY NOTIFIED file your wrltt.
deft lae to this divorce with the
I O urt'a Clerk and im "i'.v utNn
PhUntlfTa Attorneys, VON /.AM IT
i* SMITH. I tin Capital Rank Rldg..
Miami. Florida en or before ibi day
i March. I78, ehx the Complaint wilt
b. taken as onfeased
DATED: FEB ;i. ".
E B. LV.A'niERM \N\ .'IJ-IRK
BY: R M KISSEE
Bty Clerk
|Oi uit Courl Beall
I IS-Sfi I t-14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
the undersigned, desiriiiB U> eng^.
business under the fi.tHi'us nai
<:. & M. HARDWAKi: ..' -:17
42nd Avenue, Miami intend to r
ter said name with the Clerk <
Circuit Court of Dade County, I"
ARMANDO fill.
ANGEL F MERINO
1 M 4-'
I
.1
f
31st day of January. 1S7;
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Kk.n.l.i
By N A. HEWETT
As Deputy Clerk
(CIn un i"ouin Seal)
MARSHALL R FISHER
Attorsev for wife
'.:. S Dixi. Hichvvay
Miami, llorida
Attorney for Petitioner
! 4-11-U-2I
As Executor
r*ie4,t ^ublicsTion of this noi i.....
the 4th day of February, IMS
DAVID Kl MHLK. E8Q
Attorney for Executor
3."" Uncoin Road
Miami Beueh, Florida
2 4-11-It-3S
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. 72-2252
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
HUB U oRTIZ. Wife
and
ANGEL MANI'BL I >RT1Z llu-l
T. : A.Ni;Kl. MANI'BL IIRTB
Reaideni u'.^ n
TOC ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
B f..i 1 Mssolution .-1 Mar-
ruure has beau filed against you and
><-u arc r.-.iuir-.l t., aarve a copy of
>..ur written ilefens4ps, if any. to it
..n JERRY A. KIRNS, attorne) for
Petitioner, -\h addr
KutMual Bank Sulldlng :" West Ptaig-
ler Street. Miami ami
file the original with the clerk of th.-
ahove atyled ,,-ur: ..ii .-r bel
March l". 1*12: otherwise a default
will be entered against yon for the
r.lief demanded in the OPMplalnt or
petition.
This notice shall L. null:
each week f..r f"tir conae utivi
in THK JEM ISH FIjOBIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and II
of said court at Miami. Florid
Ulll 1 lav of F. I- I
K a LEATHERMAN.
a- Clark, Circuit O u
I ade i '..untv. Florida
Bj R M KISSEE
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit urt Seal)
JERRY A lilR.NS
: v Cltj Naii,i ..I Bank Building
Miami. Florida 3.11S0
An,.fa. j for Petitioner
S '4 -11 -1
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Aett of 1941
File Ne 71-A-970
NOTICE 18 HEREBY QIVEN 11
Nathaniel w. Stagel boMei
I ty Tax Sale Certificate x .
sued th. i:.th dag of May, A.D
h.-- filed sam.- In my of!
made bin :.r a u\ dead t-.
then e em-
i thi follou j -. ribed pi
in the I ''u:.:> of Dad.-. Stall i
-wit:
N lag Ft Lot : s. ,. Creel
I'la- i.....k Ii i' g< In the Coun- '
v f i d4 s- f Plot
Th.- asaeaamenl i I aa i pp : rt| un-
der the said artif the
n..ni. ,.f: I'lyaaea Jones & W N"
i'. I< -- -a:.i rertil .....
deemed i to law, -he prop-
. h. rent u .11 be aold
th.- higheal bidder f"r cash ai
Courthouae door on the :
In th.- m irch
Petitioner, vhoae addreaa is ue Bis-
cayne Building, Miami. Florida tl'ta.
and file the original with the clerk
of the above atyled court on or b*--
fon Mar.-h trd, 1!'7l': otherwise a de-
fault will be enter-d lurainst you for
the relief demanded In the eotnululni
.r o.-tition.
Thi' notice shall be nubli-lo .1 once
such week for four onise-ii' -
THE JEWISH PIjORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and I he M
ur- at Miami, Florida ot thii
;'. day of January I9TS
V: I". I.EATHKRMAN.
As I"', rk. Cii nit <' u I
Da Fk
Bj 1 ALEXANDER
v. Deput]
i urt -
' \ \' and J( 'HNS. ,\- p a.
...
Attorney for Petll
I 2 4-1
ii .-th day of March 1s7:'
Dat< I thia .-t day of January,
l7S
H i: l-EATHERM W
art
Dad.- County. Plot
Bj P P. 'illldstrand D.C
1 ant Seal
- i ---
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No 72-3
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of
\ M WILKINS
. :_ whi '. la To All Credil til Person* Hav-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underatgned. desiring
In business under the flctirjou
of NIGHTS OP SANS
NOCHBS 1'K SANS SOCCI
Southwest asth Avenue, Mian
rida intends In reglater -
with th. Clark of the Circuit Court
it Dad, County. Plot
Jl iH.VNVS CATBRLNG
SBBVTCE INC
Bj 'ti..: E Manu dent
HERBERT WALL
Attorn, v for
Johnn] s i Inc
.
g C i I I Igainst Said
Esl
You >' notified i i re-
aired to preaent 4 de-
mands win, h v ou gainst
the -!......t OUVIA M WILKINS
,'S. d bite of I :- r u F
' the Oount] Judt le O unty.
, and fil.- the nnUcatt
Ided m S "-
ntea, their offices in the
County Courthouse : ).. C u- ly,
- \ alendar nn
i 'h. time of tl
f. or the m m. ariH '
Dated at Miami. Florida, tl IJ
v. -
EDWARD T BROWNE
Aa Executor
if this not
ABHOTT. FRl'MKES *
VI.HADKFF
t)
\- ) I Executor
Miami Beach, Florida
i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-212
JOHN R. BLANTON
In RE: Estate of
SOPHIA HER8HEY
D.-C. as.-d.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ail Credlton and All p. r.-ons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Agalnat >. .
Qstati:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to preaent any claims and demands
h yi u may hav agalnat the -
late of SOPHIA HER8HEY deceased
la:, of Dade County. Florida, to the
County Judges of Dad.- County, and
h. aanM in duplicate and .,> m
rlded In Section "XS.14. Florida stat-
utes, in their office* In Ihe Countv
Courthouse In Dade '"..unty. Florida,
K-ithin six .;.': n.lar months frm the
time of th. first publication h< i
ihe same ill be barred.
Dat.d at Miami. Florida, thia :
daj \. a 11 "
KENNETH I HERSHEr
A- Bx< utor
First pul at Ion thl
tht *jsih day of January. l:-7 '
OCIS GILIJJAN
Atton ii i:
,m Bldg
_________________________ 1-11-18
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71.5586
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
"f
Rl >BERT E AMES, JR
I.., .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To I > and All Pel ina Hav-
i 'I..H11- or l >emand Agalnat a
Esl ,te:
You at ben bj i stifled and
- any claim- and demands
which you may hav agalnal th. ee>
ROIJBRT K AMES, JH de-
I 11 id. i '.u rj F|
i" the County Judg !, County,
nd as
provided in S
ui. in th.ir offices in the Coun-
ty '' ii' a-- n i "ad. i' gnt) Flo-
rida i lendar months from
th.- time of tl here-
iii- -. in, -.V ri .i
Miami. Florida, thh
D r\. A [I 197
Kl >SE MARY AMES
First publication of this notice >.n
ia> of January, '"_
GROVER WEINSTETN
A: ST Ml'.KR. P A
Attorney for Administratrix
Road
ml I:, ai h. Florida
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ,t
the undersigned, ib-sirlnir to eiig*^
business under the fictitious natr f
SOUTHWEST MANOR al 114)4
...in Road, Miami Beach. Phv I
to register said name with the
of the Circuit Curt ..f Duda C .,
Florida.
horace zkmel
saj)h:el b. zemel
FREDA R.i.MANOFF. Trust
SYLVAN ZEMEI.
SHIRIJSY Z. KAl'F.MAN
NATHAN 7.KMEI. Trust--
SYLVIA ZEMKL
NATHANIEL M ZEMEL
EDWARD S ZEMEL
MORTON B ZEMEL
Attorney for applicants
|S7G N.E lagrd Street
North Miami Beach. FIs.
i :* :'4-'-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY fWYEN '
the nderaigned, deniring to engag
u w und.-r ih- flctltloua nai
JOYERIA 8BLECCIONES. at '.
1st St. il!o..m 4!), Dad- c. r -
wealth Building, Miami. Fla. '
:..)- to regiatef said mdk wl
Clerk of th.- Circuit Court : D
County. Florida.
Alejandro .1 Irtil
Aga Irtil (O let I
: S* 2 i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAV.
NOTICE IS HERKtr GIV1
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- undi r thi
REAL KS~ 4.1
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regial
thi f.'ircuil urt D
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IN THE COLNTY JUDGE'S C
IN AND FOR DADE COL'N-Y.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 72-2S4
.FRANK B DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITOR;
In RE Batata '
KATE NA>. .. ., .. .. KATHER:
\\S' >.
De .
tn Cri I Peru
" in- ..r I' ma:. Ii tgah
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uuired *n prt anj btims .
you may havi
KATE NA.-1
as KATHERINE NASO,
lat. r County, N. i
he Cout tj Judges nl Dade i -
I fib I ante ... du-,.h< ate i
led i.i S-. :is-n .;.
Si luti Iheir .-ffi.-s In th. "on -
ty Courthouae in Dab Count] !
Within six cab ndar month-
;h. lime of thi f.rst publican- '.. -
of. or the name will be barr**!.
Dated at N.vv York. Kea 1
day 'f January. A.D. l'.'7J
- I AMII.l.E TOMA8BL1
AMI1.LE TOMASEI-L1
- GU >RIA < (RSOMANT-
GlJORIA orsomando
As Ancillary Executors
First publication of thi- !.
the 4th day of February. IKS
MTERS. KAPLAN. P-.KTKR
I EVrNSON & KEN IN
i Attorneys tor Ancillary Ex* u-
s W Is. Str'
Miami. Florida 33130
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN
f the undersigned, ile-iring to engag' -:1
bustnesa under the fictitious name- '
JONETTE SALES: JOKETTE EN-
TERPRISES at WEST >th Street.
Hialeah. Florida 330!" int.nd- 10 '--
later Kaid name.- with th*- Chi *'
i"ir un Court of Iade County. Flo*
SIMM PRODUCTS. IN.-
By: SIDNEY GERBER
HARRY ZCKBRNICK
Attorney for Apnth art
I... Lin.s.ln Road
Miami Beach, l-la. KISS
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE
Ihe undersigned deiriring lo -
business under the fi.::' a
of SILVIA CAPETERIA ft RE
RANT at l?v9 N W *9th Stn
ami, VI, intend- to reglati
anx vi:th th. Clerk of th<
[Court "f Dad.- i >u:.i v FI
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Tt*t
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRC
IN AND FOR DADE COUN"*
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 73-1609
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: The Martial
CARMEN MOORR. wf. and
M tl'RICH GOODWIN MOORE
husband
TO MAURICIO GOODWIN ."'-
Rl -,<:- ". I 'nktiown
VI l* ARK HEREBY i
lltiou foi Diaaulutlon of '
has I
h. r. by r. quired +
\i r or other pk.
[' tlon on tbe wife'-
! ESTER ROGERS, who-
I4S4 S w I7th Av nu- '
rida
the Clerk of it-.- abov< -
n or b.-for. th. Jtd PAY .
7-'. or .. 1^ fault 'H '' *
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1*7!
E V. UBATHERMAN'
- t'ir.-uit ("ourt
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February 18, 1972
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Page 15-C
LCOAl NOTICS
LI6AI NOTICE
that
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Mori
l.c.1
MCE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
ter 20722Act* of 1941
.File No 71.A-888
NO^K IS HKRKKV GIVEN
Natha^M W. Slegel holder of County
ax .4 Certificate No. SOT issued
.iy of June, All liifitf, has
til..i Br iii my .in.-, mill hiu
iiiail.-^>|ioution for a (ax .I. .-.I In I..
|-Mi.<|^fc.iv.iii. Saul Certificate .ni-
' ^' following described )->}.-
.< county ipf pftdc, sun,- ...
.-wil:
N 14 Fl & N 4 PI Lot
Jicrston.- Hut.- Plat Book
Section 22, Township
flh, Ranee 41 East, In the
; "<^B of Wide, State of Florida
'i')ii^B '" Ifl County laxea ami City of
^^ns^^.s.-s aiul lien*.
'I'ht^Hssessmont of salil properly
miilu^Bic Bnul certificate whs
Hi.- din of: Vincent li Kail.i
' >I^B --ii'1 certificate mIuiII Ik- re-
il. -i(^ according lo law, 111.- prop.
111 crlbetl herein will bt ,11 to
' In"-! bidder for cash at the
'""l"' door on the first Monday
111 iBtKiiilli ol" March, 1972. which
'- '"*> day of Man-h, 1972.
!'-B* Ibis .ll.-i day ol January,
IT. B. LEATHBRMAN
[A"lerk of Circuit. Court.
Dade County. Florida.
P. P. (Juldstraud, D.C.
I Court Seal
_____________2/4-11-1K -2 r>
riCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
BCK IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
lid. mimed, desiring to engage
|n*u under the ficiiiiou.- name
IRV LEASING COllP. d I, n
AN LINES at 2116 N.W. 24th
Miami. Fla. intend* to re-
Id name with the Clerk ol
- uit c.uit .,f bade
iART LEASING '' 1R1
.- Florida corporation
1/11-18-23 :: 2
JTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
BCK IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
|ii'ii reigned, desiring lo engage
Bine** under the ii.tiimu- name
moving & storage: uo
l N W. -.'41)1 Avenue. Miami, Fla
p* to reglater said name with
p. i "f ih,. circuit Court of
ICounty, Florida.
PALL D. BERLIN
1/11-18-2S 8 '
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Act* of 1941
File No 71-A-937
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
Nathaniel \\". Slegel holder of Countv
Tax Sale Certificate No. 1984 issued
the 39th day of May. A.l>. 19S9, has
tiled same in my Office, and has made
application foi a tal deed to be issued
ther..... Said Certificate embrace* the
following il.-s. rii.-d property in the
Count) ol Hade, stale of Florida, to-
wn :
Lot r, in;, inn Mary BrlckeHa Addn.,
Plal Book ii Page 113, In the Coun-
ty o| Had.-, State of Florida.
This d.e.i will be issued abject to
all other outstanding delinquent City
of Miami taxes and liens mid 1971
County taxes and City of Miami taxes
and liens
The assessment of Bald property un-
der the said eertifieate was in the
name of: Government of Dominican
Republic.
Cnless said eertifieate shall he re-
deemed according to law, the prop-
erty described herein will be sold to
the highest bidder for i-ash at the
Courthouse door on the first Monday
in the month of March. 1972, which is
the ilth day of March, 1972.
F.. II. I.EATHEILMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida.
By P. F. Oulclstraiul. D.C.
Circuit Court Seal
2'4-ll-lS-2r.
"uiity,
-
N VIE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
LORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 72-87
(BLANTON)
I K-t.il.- of
,i '.': riedl.wd
Iftlis-ll.
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THMSTATE OF FLORIDA:
tiiBu. i'i-:i:sii\s interested
iv <} ESTATE OF SAID
HIWDENT.
are hereby notified tlial a wril-
i.iiBiHtniment purporting lo be the
i .-ill and testament ol said de
: has been admitted to probule
Court. You are hereby com-
^d within six calendar months
^li. date ..f the first publicn-
fc this notice to appear in said
and show cause. If nnv you
the action of said Court in
-gSmr said will lo probate should
^KuKt unrevi >kt .1
t publication of til: ill
, Hflay of February, 1972
JOHN R. BLANTON
County Judge
y I'lillNKIJ, ItoHlNSON
Clel-k
KELSON K- FEI.DMAN
Attorneys for Exeeuirix
i I3S Kane Concourse
v Harbor Islands, Florida
Tel.: 865-6716
I.
2 4-11-18 25
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-5678
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
MOLLY TASLITT
I Leased.
To ah Creditor* ami All Person* Rav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified ami re-
quired to present any claims anil de-
mands which you may have against
.the .-stale ..f Molly taslitt de-
I reaped late of Dade County. Florida,
| lo the County Judges of Dad,- Coun-
I ly. and file the sain,- in duplicate and
as provided in Section 738.18, Florida
Statute*, in their office* In the Coun-
Ij Courthouse in Dad.- County. Flor-
ida, within six calendar month* from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the sain.- win be barred
Dated at Miami, Florida, thll
day "f January, ad. 1972
KAE BATINKOPP
As Executrix
First publication of this notice (
the 4th day of Fehruarv. 1872.
ARONowrrz, sii.veh & booth
By: Max It. Silver
Attorney for Petitioner
;>"> Alnsley lluilding
2/4-11-1S-25
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
PETITION FOR ADOPTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-1862
In the Matter of:
Adoption of minor children
by Stepfather,
CHARLES LEONARD WRIGHT,
Petitioner,
TO: HENRY WALTER I.EDI.EY
Residence t'nkliou n
Address unknown
l"Ol\ HENRY WALTER I.EDI.EY,
are hereby- notified that a pet ii ion for
Adoption of your minor children has
been filed against you. and you are
required to nerve a copy of your An-
wer or Pleading to the Petition for
Adoption on the Petitioner's attorney,
ROBERT II. PIRNS, BSOCIRE, 35n
Lincoln ltd. Miami Beach, Florida
and file the original answer or
Pleading In the office of the clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the
day of March. 1972: If you fail to do
so. judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
ill the Petition for Adoption.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four eonsecative weeks
In THE JEWISH FI.OR1DIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED al
Dade County. Florida this 27
January, IH72.
E. II LEATHBRMAN
Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
by: L. KNEEDEN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
ROBERT H. lll'RNS
::.'." Lincoln Road, Suit. 214
Miami Reach, Florida 33139
Attorney for Plaintiff
8/4-11-18-25
LEGAl NOTKE
IEGAI NOTICE
Miami,
day of
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Acts of 1941
File No 71-A-967
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
Nathaniel W. Blegel holder of Coun-
ty Tax Sale Certificate No. 8871 is-
sued the 29th day or May. AH 1989,
has filed same in my office, and lias
made application for a tax deed to lie
i--ii.il thereon. Said Certificate em-
brace* the following described prop-
er!*; in tiie Count) ofciDade, State ol
Florida, lo-wlt:
l.oi- it A IB lilk I. High ridge
Pail;., Plal Hook it Page .". in the
County of Dade. Stale of Florida.
The assessment of said property IIM-
, d.-r the said certificate was iii the
: name of: Aquasag Investor* Inc.
l'nless said certificate shall In- re-
] deemed according to law. the prop-
erly described herein will be sold to
the highest bidder for cash at Hi.
Courthouse door on the first Monday
in the month of .March. I!i72. which is
Hie 8th day of .March. 1978.
Dated this aist day of January,
im
E. It LEATHBRMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida.
By P. F. (iuldstrand, D.C.
Circuit Court Seal
2/4-11-18-23
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EN-
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IN ME COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
*ND FOR'DADE COUNTY
'LORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 72-408
(ARTHUR W. PRIMM)
TICE TO CREDITORS
Mate of
SI.I/.ARETH Pl.l'M.MER
ed
editors and All Persons Hnv-
n< ,.i Demand* Against Said
hereby notified and re-
present any claims anil de-
irlu.li ,iu may have again*!
lie ol ANNA ELIZABETH
SI! deceased late ol Dade
florlda. (o the County Judge*
"Uity. and file the Name i"
fcgnd as provided in Bection
oriiia Statutes, in their of-
the I'i'Uiily Courthouse in
my, Florida, within six ral-
nths from the time of the
Kcation hereof, or the same
red.
ii Miami, Florida, this 28
iar.\. AD. 1972.
IBS A. PLl'MMER, SI!.
As Executor
ahlicalion of ibis notice on
,y of February, \''7~.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 72-199
(ARTHUR W. PRIMM)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Kstate of
ANNE AIIRAMS
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claim* or Demands Against Said
Kstate:
You arc hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the .-late of ANNE ABRAM8 de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
:.. ih,- County Judges of Dade Coun-
I ty. and file the same in duplicate and
as provided in Section 733.If.. Florida
Statutes, in their offices iii the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
1 Ida, within six calendar months from
i the time of the first publication here-
of or the sain.- will be barred.
. Dal.-d at Miami. Florida, this IS
day of January, a.d. 1972,
AARON KABTZ
As Executor
Flrsl publication'of ibis notice on
iii. lib day of February, K72
KWTTNEY & KROOP
. Aitorneys for Estate
U-" Lincoln Roan
Miami Reach. Fla.
2/4-11-IS-2.-,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
DADE, FLORIDA.
CASE NO. 72-2103
NOTICE TO DEFEND.
IN RE: The Marriage of Maria
.los. fa Rodrlgup*. Wii. .
And. Jos,- Maria
Rndrlgui 7.. Ilii-i'.ni.l
YOU, Jos,- Maria Rodriguez. Car-
i.-t.ra Central, Kllomotm Oe*te,
Camaguey, Cuba* are reciuired to file
an Answer to the Petition For Mar-
riage Dissolution with the clerk of
this Court, and serve copy thereof
upon J. C. I.aussel. 177'i ill W. Flak-
ier. Miami. Florida, your wife's law-
yer, not later than March M. 1972.
otherwise a Default will he entered
aualnst you. DATED: 31 January.
.H72.
E. P.. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court
By: R.M. kissee. Deputy Clerk,
(Circuit Court Seal)
2/4-11-18-SS
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Act* of 1941
File No 71-A-965
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
Nathaniel W. Slegel holder of Coun-
ty Tax Sale Certificate No. '1324 is-
sued tin* 29th day or May, A.D. 1989,
has filed same in my office, and has
mad,- application for a tax deed i< be
issued thereon. Said Certificate em-
brace* the following described prop-
erty in the County of Dade, State ol
Florida, lo-wlt:
Lot I'.lk I. Qorray Park., Plat
Book 12 Pa*:.- :im in the County of
Dade, State Of Florida
Tin- a**es*ment ol said property
under Hi, said certificate was in the
name of: Napoleon .Stanley r W.
I .....lie
I'nl.-s said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, the prop
ertj described herein will be sold to
I the highest bidder for easli at the
Courthouve door on the find Monday
in the month of March, 1972, which
is the i;ili da) ol March, 1972.
Dated this 31st day of January,
1972.
E. P. LEATHBRMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
Bj P. F. (iuldstrand. D.C.
Circuit Court Seal
2/4-11-18-25
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORDA
CASE NO. 72-1175
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RK THE MARR!AGB OF i
v I'A SAI.AS. wife, and
EDI'ARDO SAI.AS. lurLand.
TO: MR. ki ii 'Altln sai.as
2605 Central Avenue
I'nlon City, IsVv. Jersey
Yin AttB HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a I'ciiii.....or Dissolution of
Marriage has been filed agalnsl you,
and you are required 10 serve a cnj.y
of your answer or pleading to said
Petition for Dissolution ,,f Marriage
on the Petitioner'* attorney, DONALD
F. FROST. 2 B.W. 6th Street, Miami.
FVgrlda, and file the original answer
or pleading in the ofiic- ,,r the Clerk
of the Circuit court on or before ilm
2", day of February, 1972. If you fall
to do so. a Default will be taken
again*! you for relief demanded in the
Petition.
Dated at Miami. Dade County, Flor-
ida, this 18 day of January, 1973.
E. It. LEATHBRMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: C. P. cope land
Deputy Clerk '
(Circuit Court Seal)
1/21-25 2'4-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 72-44B
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estale of
HYMAN OLIKSMAN
Deceased.
To All Credllor* 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
th. estate of HYMAN GIJK8MAN de-
ceased lale of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and til.- the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.18, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse ill Dade County. Flor-
ida wiihin six calendar months from
the time of the flrsl publication
hereof, or the same will be barred
Dated at .Miami. Florida, this 2".
day of January. A D 1!72
SHIM DOS' p.. P.M.LEY
14|i7 N.W. Street
Miami. Fla.
As Executor
Flrsl publication of this notice on
Ihe 4th (lav of Fehruarv, l'i72.
SHE1 DON r. PALLET
Attorney for Executor
1497 N.W. 7 Street
2 1-11-19-25
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for Executor
72 A VI nue
orl.la 33126
2 4-11-18-25
In THBCIVIL COURT OF RECORD
IN AND FOR
D4JBE COUNTY, FLORIDA
C4^K NO. 72-637 (Earnest)
NdJCE BY PUBLICATION
ENK^K. .MOTORS
i, rDll^N'CE CORPORATION,
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rnce I'uknown
IE HEREBY NOTIFIED
i.f repl,-\'in has been filed
and that you are re-
i file hii Answer or other
|ilh the Clerk Of this COUI I
in- a copy on GERALD
WS. Attorney for Plaintiff,
Huilding, Miami. Florida
r before the 2:1 day of
B972, or a judgmi-ni h\
|y be entered again*! you.
knd ORDERED in Miami,
ty, Florida this 28 day of
R
F M.CRACK EN
1 Ilvll ("ourl of Record
(bounty (Courthouse
\m\. Florida 2313(1
E HANDLES
Jepulv Clerk
1/2S 2 4-11-18
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. 72-2565
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
MARGARET WASHINGTON, W'fc
and
THOMAS WASHINGTON, Husband
TO; THOMAS WASHINGTON
(Resilience I'llknoWll)
TOt' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any. lo it on
DAVID E. STONE, attorney for Pe-
tllioner, whose address is 1"1 N.W.
12th Avenue, Miami, Florida, and file
Ihe original with the clerk of ihe
above styled court on or before
March 17th, 1972: otherwise a de-
fault will be entered against you for
the relief demanded In Ihe complaint
or n.-iiiion.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutlx-e weeks
in THE JEWISH Fl.ORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami. Florida on
. this 4th day of February, 1972.
E. B. I.EATHEILMAN',
As clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
(Circuit Court Seall
By: N. A. HEWETT
As Deputy Clerk
DAVID E STONE
STONE & SOSTCHIN
101 N.W. 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida 33130:t:,R-4222
Attorney for Petitioner
2/11-18-2.'. R'J
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
(he undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
nf PETES INSTALLATION'S at 421
N.W. 183rd Terr. Miami. Fla. Intend*
In register said name with the Clerk
nf the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
PETER A. R A PONE
1 4-11-111.25
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Act* of 1941
File No 71-A-961
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
Nathaniel W. Siegel bolder Of Coun-
ty Tax sale Certificate No. r.x'.-i is-
sued the 29th (lay of May, A.D. 1969,
has filed same in my office, and has
mad. application for a tax deed lo
be Issued thereon. Said Certificate
embraces the following described prop-
erty in the County of Dade, State of
Florida, to-Wit:
W 2" Ft of S ,',00 Ft of N ir.x." li
ol E 1(20 Ft of E>.j of Govl Lot
:: Part of Lot 53 Blk S, Township*
52 and .',4 South. Range 4(1 Bas!,
containing .23 Acres more or less
In the County of Dade, Slate of
Florida.
This deed will be issued subject
to 1971 County tax.-s and liens
The assessment of said properly un-
der the said certificate was in the
name of: Corinne B. Baragar.
lTnle*fl -aid certificate shall be re-
deemed ace,riling to law. Ihe prop-
erly described herein will be sold to
the highest bidder for cash al Ihe
Courthouse door on the first Monday
In Hie month nf March, 1972, which
is the Bin daj of March, 1972
Dnled 1 hi* 21sl dn v of January,
1972.
E i: LEATHBRMAN
Cli rk of Circuit Court,
1 tad. i 'ouniy, Florida.
I!) P F liuldstrand. D.C,
1 'inuii 1 'ourl Seal
2 4-11-18-25
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engaee in
I business under the fictitious name of
THE Sl'RPRISE I.OCNGE at 4.-.1
1 N.W. 79th sin-, 1. Miami, Fht In-
i lends to register said name with the
clerk of the Circuit Cowl of Dade
\ County, Florida
VERONICA LEWIS
Miriam Reckerman
A1 lorney for applicant
IS95 a w Srd Ave
Miami. Fia
2 18-25 8/2-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name*
of BANNER Fl AC CO., BAKER
Fl AC CO., MARY BAKER FLAG
CO. a! l"l'(l N. \V. l.",th Street.
Miami, Fla. 83125 intends to register
said names with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
B. MEIRON, Sole Owner
8/11-18-25 I 2
NOT ICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Acts of 1941
File No. 71-A-943
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
Nathaniel W. Slegel holder of County
Tax Sale Certificate No. 2773 Issued
the 29th day of May. A.D. 1949, has
filed same in my office, and has made
application for a tax deed to be is-
sued thereon. Said Certificate em-
braces ihe following described prop-
erty In Ihe Counly of Dade, Slate of
Florida, tO-Wlt:
Lois 3-4 Itlk 2. St All.ans Park .
Plat Book r, Page SI In the Coun-
ty of Dade, Stale of Florlda.
This deed will be issued subjeel lo
all other outstanding delinquent City
of Miami taxes and Hens and 1971
County taxes and City of Miami taxes
and liens.
The assessment of said property mi-
ller the said eertifieate was in the
name of: Minnie C. Williams
l'nless said certificate shall he re-
ii. -i-ni.-d according to law. the prop-
erty described herein will he Bold tO
th,- highest bidder for cash al Ihe
Courthouse door on the flrsl Monday
in the month of March, 1972, which Is
Ihe 8th day nf March, 1972,
Dated this 3ist day of January,
1972.
E. H I E \TIIERM.\N-
1 III 1], of > 'iii-iiii Court,
Dade County Florida
By P F Oulofltrand, \< <'
Circuit 'ourl Seal
2 1-11-ix 25
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
by virtue of Chapter 678 Florida stat-
utes Annotated (1941) Warehouseman
and Warehouse Receipts wherein ABE
VAN LINES 11 Florida corporation by
Virtue of its warehouse lien has in its
po.-s.ssion tin- following described
property:
I'aed Household goods as the property
of TIMOTHY TRIBBLE whose last
known address was P.O. Bog 1389,
Easthamplon, 1. I., N.T.; n South-
hampton Maintenance Co., Easihanip-
tou. L I.. N. Y. and that on the 3rd
day of March, 1972 during the legal
hours of sab- mainly between 11:""
forenoon and 2:00 in the afiei......n al
2136 N.W. 24th Avenue. Miami. Flo-
rida the mi.I. 1 sim...I shall offer for
sale to the highest bidder for cash
in hand the above described property
of TIMOTHY TRIItlll.E.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this Ilth
day of Feb., 1972,
2/11-IS
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Act* ot 1941
File No 71-A-980
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Natliaui.-I W. Si.-n.-l holder of Coun-
ty Tax Sal.- Certificate No. 7584 is-
sued the 29th day Of May, A.D. 1969,
has filed same in my offi.-e. and ha*
made application for a tax deed to he
issued thereon, Said Certificate m-
braces the following described prop-
ertj in the Count) of Dad,-, Stale of
Florida. 10-wii:
Lois 11-7- \- x Itlk -,. Dixie iip.i-
ililns.. Plal Rook 21 Page 82,
Section 82, Township :.:, South.
Range 10 Easi in th,- Counly of
Dade, State of Rloridn.
Tin- asse.-sincnt of -aid property un-
der Ihe said certificate was In' the
name of: John Forbes W Carrie.
l'nless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according lo law, Ihe prop-
erly described her. in will be wild to
the highest bidder for cash at ihe
Courthouse door on the first Monday
in ihe month ..I March. 1972, Which
I* Ihe 6th da) of Mar.h. 1978.
Dated this ::ist day of January.
1972.
1: B. LEATHBRMAN
Clerk of circuit court.
Dad.- County. Florida
By P. F c.uldsirand, D.C
Circuit ( oun Seal
2/4-11-18-23
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. 72-1774
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
j IN RE: The .Marriage ,.1
WILFRED BRIAN KENT, Husband,
Petitioner
and
; GERTRUDE CONALLT KENT, Wife,
Respondc'nt.
To: GERTRUDE CONALLY KENT
23 Alma Sire, 1
Dunda* Ontario Canada
YOP ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you an- required to nerve a copy of
your wrlllen defenses, if any, to It on
DANIEL RETTER, attorney for Peti-
tioner, whose address i- 1005 Con-
gress Building, ..liami Florida, and
I file the original with the clerk of thu
above styled court on or before
.March 3rd, 1972; otherwise a default
will be entered against you for the
r.iiet demanded in the complaint or
petition.
This notice shall be published onca
each week for four ronsecullve weeks
in THE JEM ISM Fl.ORIDIAN
WITNESS my band and the seal
ot said curl al Miami. Florida oil
Iln.- 2'. day of Jnnunrv 1972
E. P. LEATHBRMAN,
At 1 'lerk, 1 'Ircuit 1 'ourl
Dad.- County. Florida
Bj : N, A HEWETT
A* Depul) clerk
(Clrcull Court s.-ali
DA Nil: I. RETTER
1005 '..ogress Building
Miami, Fl.....la 33132
Attorn.> for Petitioner
1 28 2 4-11-18
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 72-2435
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In Re Tin- Marriage Of:
PAULINE JOHNSON. Wife
and GILBERT JOHNSON,
husband
Ti 1 (III.PERT JOHNSON
713 West Roach Streel
Indianapolis. Indiana
YOU ARE HEREBY nollfied that
a Dissolution of Marriage ha- been
filed against you, and you are here-
by required to serve a copy of y,,ur
answer or other pleading to the
Petition on the Wif.-'s attorney
LESTER ROGERS, whose address is
1454 N.W. I7ili Avenue. Miami. Flo-
rida 3312".. and file the original with
the I'l.-rl, of th. above styled Court,
on or before the 17th daj of Mar.h.
1972 or n Default will be entered
against you.
DATED ibis 3rd day of February,
p.72.
E P. LEATHBRMAN
Cli 1 K of Circuit Court
By: C P. o iPEI and
2 11 19
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
KOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name
of RACLSCO INTERNATIONAL at
1525 B.W. S2iul Place, Miami. Fla. in-
tends to register s..i,i name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado
County, Fiorina.
MICHAEL KAI'I.SON
8 4-11-18-25
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Act* of 1941
File No 71-A-923
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Nathaniel W Slegel holder of Coun-
ly Tax Sale Certificate No. 47x is-
sued the 29th day of May. AD. 19(.'.'.
bas filed same in my office, a'nd has
mad.- application for 0 tax deed to be
Issued thereon, said Certificate em-
brace* ihe following described prop-
erty In the Count) of Dad.-. State of
Florida, to-wli i
Lot 7 & \\ 2.6 Fl of 1.0! S 111k
8, Orchard Villa., Plal Booh 7
Page 53 in the Counly of Da.i,-,
State of Florida.
This deed will he issued subject to
all other outstanding d, lini|Uellt City
of Miami 'ax.-s and lien* and 11*71
Comity taxes and CIt) of Miami
ta ICe* and lien*.
The assessment of said property
under *ald certificate was in the name
of: I.....n I.. ('ohen.
l'nless said certificate shall he re-
.1. .iiie.i ;,,. .-.ting to law, the prop-
erty ties.111..-.I herein will be m.i.i 10
th,- hlghesl bidder for cash at the
< -in 1I1..us,- door 011 Ihe first Monday
in tin- in,nih of March. 1972, which is
the Oth day .March. 1972.
Dated iins :isi day of January,
1972.
F. B LEATHBRMAN
ci,rk of Clrcull Court,
1 lade Couniy Florid 1
B> P. F, Guldstrand, D.C
Cil. nil Cm Seal
I 1 11-18-26


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