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Friday. May 26, 1972
+Jewisli fhradieur
Rabbi Kipper
Rabbi Morris Kipper
Elected To National
Joint Commission
Rabbi Morris Kipper, spiritual \
leader of Temple Judea, Coral
Gables, lias been elected to the j
national Joint
Commission on j
Israel of Re- j
form Judaism. I
according to an
announce tn e n 11
mule by Si.lm >
Cole of Chicago,
board chairman
an.: by R-ibbi i
Maurice N. Els- '
endrath, presi-
dent of the
UAHC, which
represents 700
con [relations in the United States
and Canada serving one million
sons
The Commission is a joint body!
of ih,' Union of American Hebrew
Co ations and the Central
of American Rabbis
serves as the umbrella coordi-;
nator for all programs and activi-!
He ol Reform Judaism in Israel.
It includes the UAHC, CCAR
Nil ih American Boar:! of the |
Wo Id Union for Progressive Juda-
Ism and the Hebrew Union College-
JessLsh Institute of Religion
(through CCAR and UAHC rep-
res 'ntation.)
,\' the present time there are
nine Progressive synagogues in
members of the World
l*i In July of 197.". the World
I move its headquarters
to Ji -. in. The Reform move-
j also sponsors a wide
rai youth and adult educa-
j and tourisl programs
in l-i
Page 3-C
Students Present Their Art Works In Temple Exhibit
The exhibit is the culmination of
the past school year's work under
the tutelage of Roberta Silbret
Wendy Albin. Stephen Brownstein.
Ariel Kdelstein, Allison Lehr Dav-
id Lichter, Debbie Shanbrun. Cindy
Simon, Robin Straus and Susan
Vogel.
In conjunction with this ooen-
hlg, .students from Beth Sholom's
School of Fine Arts, under the di-
rection of Judy Drucker, will also
show paintings and ceramics. The
works of the following students
: Stakes, 'Cap Highlight Of Calder's Holiday Weekend
The SlO.OOO-addcd Ruddy Belle Monday ten race programs with
Slakes, a sprint for fillies an' races scheduled for all categories
mares at the seven furlong dis- as well as the turf course
, tance each, and the si.ycoo added First post for the ten race pro-
! Memorial Day Handicap, 1-1/16 gram is at 1:45 p.m. on both Sal-
miles for older runners, highlights urday and Memorial Dav. Follow-
the Memorial Day Weekend at ing the Memorial Das Weekend.
C alder Race Course. The North Calder Race Course will has.- ils
Miami thoroughbred track, local- j fiist "dark" Tuesday I Mas- 30th)
ed at the Dade and Broward ssith racing resuming on U'cdnes-
County line on NW 27th Avenue, day. May 31. Through Sept. I all
will offer close to $100,000 in prize Tuesdays, except for July i will
monies during the Saturday and I be dark.
New Film- Showing
Five new films are opening at
Wometco Theatres on Mas 26.
"Silent Running" ssiil he shown at
the Miami and Normandy; "With-
out Apparent Motive" at the By-
I ron; "Skyjacked" at the Carlyle
and North Dade Drive-in; "Bar-
tleby" at the Mayfair, and "The
, Great Northfield, Minnesota Raid"
! at the Surf and Coral sVay Drive*
I in.
Ring Theatre Has Comedy
The musical comedy, "I Do.
Do" will play at the University
of Miami Ring Theatre through
Saturday night. Susanne Aaron
and Ed Lupinski are starred. Rob-
i ert E. Ankrom is director ol t lie
presentation which open d Wednes-
i day night. Curtain tinvn i- 8 p.m.
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S. S. Nieuw Amsterdam To Sail
From Port Everglades June 5
Floridians can cruise the
Caribbean on the "Ship of De-
light" the S.S. Nieuw Am-
sterdam -regarded by many as
the finest cruising ship afloat,
this summer and fall.
The S.S. Nieuw Amsterdam.
Which will sail from Port Ever-
glades, Florida, on 16 different
cruises between June 5 and Dee.
8,1972, is a beautifully designed
vessel, fitted out in a style of
restrained modernity that
shows a nice balance between
the neo-classic anil modern in
her decoration.
She rated the lead article in
a national news magazine's sec-
tion on art which said: "The
work of 16 architects and 50
artists, the Nieuw Amsterdam's
public rooms and cabins im-
pressed U.S. travelers with the
uniformity of taste lavished on
all its cabins, regardless of
class. Solid, cleanly built furni-
ture, beautiful fabrics, opulent
rUgS, plenty of light and unob-
trusive color harmonies of sil-
ver, beige and light yellow were
more important to the general
effect than the occasional mu-
rals and ornamental work In
metal, wood and glass fin-
est room: the theatre, designed
by Cornells J. Engelen and Eli-
sabeth de Boer in the shape of
half an egg shell, with a rich
color scheme of old rose, cerise,
dull gold and red copper."
The dining room has a beau-
tiful sense of balance between
Its blue, gold and Ivory color
scheme, the lighting and its
mural decorations. The room is
dominated by Arcadian scenes
done on burned glass panels
mar the entrance with eight
smaller ones around the sides.
This "vermurail" work has the
quality of a careful charcoal
sketch, and was done by an
annealing process using metal
oxides.
On the walls of the room are
some 20 rose mirrors; at one
end is a magnificent gobelin
tapestry. Ornamented gold-
shaded Murano glass especial-
ly blown in Venice conceals
the ceiling lights while the
shades for the wall fixtures are
done as scalloped sea shells.
The several pillars in the room
are finished In varnished gold
leaf.
Another unique feature of the
Nieuw Amsterdam is the tre-
mendous amount of deck space.
And this may be of special
interest to the "joggers" of to-
day. The ship offers passengers
a complete "boardwalk" all the
way around the vessel. Then,
too, there is the vast deck space
aft -room for just about all the
passengers at once should they
ever decide to sit in the deck
chairs and bask in the sun at
the same time.
One of the most striking
rooms is the grand hall. Con-
ceived as a subdued setting for
the various activities that the
room would entertain, it is a
symphony in silver anil gray;
it has a cast aluminum ceiling
which tells the story of life
from childhood to old age in
molded half reliefs and also fea-
tures huge windows two decks
high which are framed in stain-
less steel and engraved with
heroic size figures.
Completely refurbished in
1961 and recently recarpeted.
the Nieuw Armsterdam Is as
modern today as Instant coffee
but has still managed to re-
tain her Old World charm. She
is air-conditioned and Stabilizer
equipped. The vessel has the
opulence of 25 different kinds
ol hardwood, mans with ex-
quisite designs, not to mention
the beautiful hand-rubbed pan-
els in the cabins.
The vessel offers passengers
all of the usual parlies, sports
activities, midnight bullets and
indoor and outdoor pools that
one experts iii find on a luxury
cruise liner. But. In addition,
there are such places as the
jungle bar. the "most jwipular
bar afloat in the West Indies."
And the chefs of the Nieuw Am-
sterdam believe that "There's
more i" it than just preparing
an arras ol the finest gourmet
food in the world ss hen it comes
to a midnight buffet." The spe-
cially is food, of course.
Mans will want to sample
what the Nieuw Amsterdam
has to offer because from her
gracefully curved, flared bow,
to her streamlined rudder, she
proclaims her aristocratic
breeding. Every line of her
superstructure sweeps back
with modulated, swanlike grace.
She sits comfortably in the wa-
ter, as though she were built in
it, and was supremely happy to
be there which she is. Her
stopping places this summer
will include:
st. tiiomas fCharlotte
Amalie) This island is known
as the "shopping paradi-e of
tle Western Hemisphere.
Leaving the pier in Charlotte
Amalie, you can drive to Blue-
beard's Castle, once a fortress,
now a hotel. Here you ca-i see
the tower, carefully restored
according u> the original plans.
Leaving Bluebeard's you can
continue up Mafolie Hill to
Drakes Seal, a lookout ; oim
which gives you a lovely view
of Magens Bay and out across
Sir Francis Drake Channel to
the many American and British
Virgin Islands nearby.
Then it's on to Mountain Top
Hotel where sou ran sample
the "specialty of the house"
their world-famous banana
daiquiri, Charlotte Amalie';
shopping area is next. It i; dif-
ficult to mention the many
types of bargains available here
and most of them at duty-
free prices. And. don't forget
customs still allow an extra
Sioo of duty-free purchases in
this port and you can bring one
lull gallon of "spirits" as well.
MARTINIQUE (Fort de
Francel Your ship then ar-
rises in Fort de France, the
capital of Martinique.
This island is the former
home of Empress Josephine.
wife of Napoleon, and Mt. Pe-
lee, the volcano that errupted
in 1902 and destroyed the en-
tire town of St. Pierre, leaving
30,000 dead and one survivor.
Fort de France, a charming
city of jeiio.s-tinted buildings,
offers a number of sites for the
visitor such as old Fort St.
Louis and the Cathedral with
its ornate, open spire. But
there's more to Martinique, too
high domed mountains, sup-
erb forests, vast sugar cane
fields, banana and pineapple
plantations and hush tropical
vegetation. As for shopping, in
Port de France there are the
streets of Rue Victor-Hugo,
Rue Antoine Siger and Rue
Schoelcher where you can find
bargains in porcelain, crystal
and French perfumes.
VENEZUELA (La Guniral
The Nieuw Amsterdam also
calls at La Guaira, the ix>rt city
of Caracas, the capital of Ven-
ezuela. This young and gross-
ing city is separated into two
distinct sectors the old area.
ssith its .harming Spanish archi-
tectur and the new Caracas
with enormous superhlocks, reg-
ular squadrons of cement build-
ings painted in vis id colors,
spread over the hillsides.
The heart of I hi' new Caracas
is the Centra Bolivar the
Rockefeller Center of Vene-
zuela an imposing group of
buildings culminating in two
32-story towers, And the city's
shops are comparable to New
York's Fifth Avenue. But Ca-
racas is not all ultramodern.
In the old section you can si-it
Simon Bolivar's home here
this freedom fighter was born
and the National Pantheon, his
tomb, Also not to be mis- (| is
the fantastic cable-car rid' up
to the mountain range sur-
rounding the city. You mas find
yourself engulfed in loss- clouds
at the top and the ride tiown
is thrilling, with a marvelous
view of the city.
For complete Information and brochures on the 16 Caribbean
cruises sailing from Port Everglades write: Holland America
Cruises, Department F, Pier 40, North River New York, New
York. 10014. or phone Fort Lauderdale 565-5586,


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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
May 26, 1972

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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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"eJewish Floriidfian
Combining THi JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Vcxme 45 Number 21
Miami, Florida Friday, May 26, 1972
Three Sections Price 20c
WILL BRI!\G IP ISSUE, KISSINGER SAYS
President Nixon 'Aware Of Petitions'
MOSCOW President Nixon
and his entourage were wel-
comed by Aleksei Kosygin.
chairman of the USSR Council
oi Ministers, and Nikolai Pod-
gorny, chairman of the Presid-
ium of the Supreme Soviet upon
then arrival early Monday.
Pi Henry Kissinger, the Pres-
ident's assistant for national se-
curity affairs, told newsmen that
the President will bring the is-
sue i i Soviet Jewry to the at-
tention of Soviet leaders at the
approoriate time, and pointed
out that he was aware of the
petitions bearing more than one
million signatures which had
been sent to the White House
urging that he intercede in their
behalf.
ropiest of the current Issue, of
the English language monthly
"Soviet Life," containing official
Sc>\ iet propaganda aimed at off-
M-ttinK charge* that Jews In the
Soviet Union are oppressed were
aboard the Pan American plane
ferrying about half of the media
contingent to Moscow. Report-
ers traveling on TWA, however,
said they did not see any on
their plane.
Charles Mittler, Pan American
manager of groups and charter
flights, who was aboard the
press plane, said that Pan Am
regularly carries "Soviet Life"
for passengers on its Moscow
runs. They are received at the
Pan Am office in Washington,
where they are printed, he said.
Asked if planes enroute to the
United States carry "America
Illustrated," he smilingly ad-
mitted they do not.
The planes carrying American
reporters landed at Moscow's
Vnukovo Airport before the
Presidential plane. The news-
(Continued on Page IS-A)
'European Peace Is Linked
To Mideast,' Austrians Say
SALZBURG (WNS) Dr.
Rudolph Kirchschlaeger, the
Austrian Foreign Minister, has
declared that the peace of Eu-
rope is inextricably linked to
peace in the Middle Kast.
The Austrian diplomat, who
visited both Israel and Egypt in
the past three weeks, told
American newsmen accompany-
ing President Nixon to Moscow
that a state of detente or real
peace in Europe was impossible
with a situation in the Middle
Hast where war can break out
at any moment."
Dr. Kirchschlaeger and Aus-
trian Chancellor Bruno KreLsky
met with the newsmen after
conferring with President Nixon
and Secretary of State William
P. Rogers. Dr. Kirchschlaeger
disclosed that he had informed
Mr. Rogers of his recent conver-
sations with President Anwar
Sadat of Egypt in Cairo, with
Sadat's authorization.
Asked If his meetings with
Egyptian leaders indicated prog-
ress toward a partial settlement
to reopen the Suez Canal or an
overall settlement In the Middle
Kast, the Foreign Minister re-
plied that he had brought no
message from Sadat to Rogers.
Egypt, he said, is ready to dis-
cuss "all questions with one ex-
ception territorial questions.
Mr. Sadat and other Egyptian
officials I met in Cairo," he
added, "repeatedly said they
were not willing to cede one
square millimeter of territory.
At this particular time, this is
the central question. On this
they (the Egyptians) are ada-
mant, but all else is open for
discussion."
Dr. Kirchschlaeger said that
at this juncture Austria has no
intention of playing the role of
mediator in the Middle East,
and that he does not intend to
visit Cairo again in the foresee-
able future. The Egyptian For-
eign Minister will visit Vienna,
but the date for his visit has not
been set.
Chancellor Kreisky told re-
porters he expects to visit Israel
for the first time after the So-
cialist International Conference
in Vienna in June. Israel's Pre-
mier Golda Meir is expected to
attend that meeting.
Men's Club Federation
Conclave Opens Sunday
The "disorganization of Juda-
ism on the Diaspora scene" is
foreseen by Max M. Goldberg,
ot Washington, D.C., president
of the 375 club National Federa-
tion of Jewish Men's Clubs, un-
less there is "a greater religious
involvement in this era of crisis
by which we can meet the chal-
lenge in the areas of Jewish
youth education, and synagogue
participation."
The Jewish lay leader, who
will make his presidential re-
port at the opening session of
the organization's five-day 13rd
annual convention at the Caril-
lon Hotel Sunday evening de-
clared that if these challenges
are not grasped, wrestled with,
and bested, the hope for the ful-
fillment of the Jewish prophecy
will fail.
Principal speakers at the con-
vention will include Ambassa-
dor Yosef Tekoah, Israel's per-
manent representative to the
United Nations, who will receive
the organization's annual award
for distinguished service to
Jewry at the opening banquet
Sunc'ay evening, and Gov. Mar-
vin Mandel of Maryland, who
will deliver the keynote address
Monday evening on the conven-
tion theme: "Jewish Identifica-
tion If Not Now, When?"
Pledging his organization to
Conttnuea on Pege 6-A
What's happening here...
I have been in Israel several times in the past year and each
time a stark fact emerges ... our people in Israel are ready to
assume Hie double burden of defense and absorption.
Nothing demonstrated this more clearly than the hijack of the
Sabena jet which took place while I was in Israel. Israel's govern-
ment and military focused their attention for ever 24 hours on four
Arab terrorists who were holding the passengers hostage.
At that same hour... people involved in absorption were greet-
ing an El Al iet full of Soviet Jews that had arrived from Vienna.
These two planes dramatize the double burden. Not for one minute
did absorption stop ... not for a minute did national securit, .eg.
If they don't rest neither can we. We have a responsibility
to get behind the final push needed to collect an additional 3
million dollars for the Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund drive of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Our campaign has topped I million dollars, which
makes it the most successful campaign in Federation
history; but we can't rest easy and be content.
Over 100,000 Russian Jews have applied for exit
visas to leave for their Promised Land. This 3 million
dollars left to raise can be translated into 300 Russian
Jews ... or into housing which is urgently needed both
for them and the previous wave of North African Jews.
H wasn't the Six-Day War that interrupted housing construc-
tion ... for in reality neither iT.at war nor the War of Independ-
ence has ended. It may be quiet this moment along the Suez or
the Jordan River; but real peace has not settled upon Israel.
On my recent Israel Bond Leadership Mission to Israel, it was
emphasized that this year the people of Israel are asking American
Jewry for $900 million ($450 million from the United Jewish Appeal
and $450 million from Israel Bonds.)
There's no such thing as a campaign that ends at $11 million
dollars ... as long as absorption will not end We cannot rest.
The highest mitzvas of our time are in keeping Israel strong
and in preserving the centrality of the synagogue; the major North
American institution of Jewish survival.
Israel (and our community) must stand strong so that it may
fulfill ifs historic mission of being there when world Jewry cries
to come home when they lament, "Let my people go."
Whether your gift is $2.00 a week or $200.00 a week .
very Jew is obligated to participate in the redemption of Israel
symbolized by contributing to the 1972 CJA-IEF Campaign of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
RABBI LEON KRONISH, Associate Chairman
Greater Miami Jewish Federation's
1972 Combined Jewish Appeal
and Israel Emergency Fund Campaign
Moscow Summit Meeting Has Had
Special Significance For Jews
By JIMMY WISCH
American Jewish Press
Association, president
(EDITORS NOTE: Mr. Witch, edi-
tor and publisher of the Texas
Jewish Post, was accredited to
the Moscow Summit in a surprise
announcement made by the White
House last week.)
President Richard M. Nixon's
Summit meeting with ieaders of
the Soviet Union has had spe-
cial significance for Jews in the
United States since it was orig-
inally announced several months
ago.
Over three million Jews in
the Soviet Union have been ex-
posed to an official policy of (he
denigration of their religion by
contracting an ever tightening
clamp on synagogues, restrict-
ing admission of religious ma-
terial, articles of worship, clos-
ing educational facilities and
diminishing publication of Jew-
ish periodicals and books.
Jews have been harassed and
caricatured through i.he years
and have been used as propa-
ganda "footballs" to satisfy the
Russian public's appetite for a
current of anti-Semitism and
also to divert the Russian major-
ity's att"ntion from more press-
ing problems like lack of hous-
ing and consumer goods.
Mounting criticism oy Amer-
ican Jews of the U.S.S.R.'s atti-
tude toward its Jewish citizens
reached enormous proportions
with the presentation of over
1.250.000 signatures to Presi-
dent Nixon over the last several
weeks.
The last list of signatures was
received at the White House a
few days ago, according to Dr.
Isaac Kranck, executive vice
president of the Jewish Com-
munity Council of Greater Wash-
ington. Asked if he had any
positive knowledge of a White
House response. Dr. Franok
said he was "quite confident that
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Thomas Wasmuth Chosen As CS"S fJSr. Mnai c'nt GoordVessel
Bosworth Award Recipient
Thomas C. Wasmuth, chairman
-if the board and Cbief executive
officer of Burdine's has been
chosen lo receive the Harolci B.
Bosworth Memorial Award "re-'
,,1,1! | annually by the Mercantile
Division of the CJA-IRF of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federal ion
in recognition of humanitarian
. rvioe to the Jewish community
and community at large,
Previous recipients of this honor
include John X. Serbin (1365),
Jacob Rabinowitz U9SSI, Jay I.
KLslak (1967), Robert Macht
|968, Max Orovit/. (19S9), Mil-
ton Weiss 11971 > and William S,
Ruben, who was last year's hon-
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The presentation will be made
;.t Wednesday's Mercantile Divi-
sion dinner in the Sheraton Four
Ambassadors Hotel, aeordin^; to
William S. Ruben, division co-
ordinator.
State Representative Marshall
S, Harris will be cucst speaker.
George Mover and Murray Turet-
vky, division cochairmen, announc-
ed,
Mr. Harris, a partner in the
law firm of Harris and Si'kin,
is national vice nresiri'-nt of the
Jewish Occupational Council, .ice
. .-,..ient ol the American Jewish
Committee of Miami, and serves
on the board of directors of the
'Jewish Vocational Service of Mi-
ami, the board of trustees and the
steering and Appeals Division of
tlic United Fun.i of Dade County
Mr. Harris is also on tin- hoard
of directors of the Dade Federal
Savings & Loan Association ol
Miami and a menYoer ol" the execu-
tive Committee of the Harvard
Club ol Miami.
Prayers for the nation's war
dead who last their lives at sea
will lx> conducted by chaplains
Norman Burman and Ceil Zucker,
representing the Jewish War Vet-
erans and Auxiliary of Florida.
from the deck of a U.S. Coast
Guard vessel at sea off Miami
Beach Sunday afternoon.
JWV and JWVA officers ex-
pected to be aboaid the ship in-
clude I'eter Bluesten, commander;
Herbert Gopman. M. Jay Berliner
and Harold Uhr, vice command-
ers; Hy Morris, past state com-
mander: Sallv Levy, president;
Lillian Schoen and Shirley Tra-
gash, vice presidents; Evelyn Fer-
die, treasurer; Belle Swart/, pa-
triotic instructor, and Z.Ida Glass
past state presiden!
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Number 22
Temple Played A Prominent Role
"Syn-coroe n the Central C:rv is the th> of c book
'. o* p-ur.-i.-.eo -y \-_e "Jr-versry o Mvrr" Press shortly.
The .-::-- synagogue _- the south the Refers. Je
. ha gewfejq peMr.l-e" rele the grow* -f KM COB*.
Maycrs legislators. ;-dges leaders of is V ted
-.-.c snd the .V.ami Jewish Federahon acre come ham
**s h-ldLvr* covering more then en core of
he central cry. hove served as a mee'^ing place
of every race color and creed. By reirxnni-c in
-.ct oer-ter or ._-. uirc to draw as membership from
every point of the I>ide County compos* it has expressed
Its fa---. ..-. the larger vision which marked its beginning 50
years ago. As it commemorates its goiden anniversary.
Temple Isroel stands as one of Greater Miami Jewry's great
assess.
ns rang*
for groups
NAACP Stand Not Surprising
Among major reasons ci-ed hy the J.'AAC? for with-
drawing ire the llnional Pohncal Black Convention re-
cevly was the "one-sided condemnation of Isrcel" con-
tained In a resolution passed by the conventions
radical elements.
It Is not surprising that the National Association fo: the
Adnmcmmm* '.: People the nation's cities" .t.:
petted Mack defense otgantodtou. has taken **
md and pcnticulariy, in leilemllwj its tra
relations v.ith tl-.e Jewish people.
The* there ore bicotec" Jews one merchants ond land-
v.i-.o hove exploited block people as others hove done
-: M denied. But -he rr.il.to.vs =c cu.cl< v.-.th -.heir
condemnation of Jews, so supporive of the reactionary
A: oh leaden in their revolutionary zeal, would f;nd it dif-
-. deny the foot th.o- no other group in American life
l-.os given so much :n rr.oterlol and physical effort to the
eaOM of tne block movement 03 the Jew.
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Reports Of Union Persist
Reports have persisted for the past year of the possi-
bility' of union between Conservative and Reform move-
ments in this COUUliy and ohroad. I: r.ot in :deolucv ol-
though there is a closer relationship than ever before at
least they are getting closer in defenses against alleged
Orthodox control of religious life in Israel wh-ch. it is
charged, discriminates against their approach to Judcism.
Just recently the lay and rabbinic bodies of the two
groups issued an historic first joint statement It called
upon Israel to reject a revision of the Law of Return that
would exclude as Jews all those converted by rabbis not
recognized by the Israeli chief rabbinate and that would
include some Orthodox rabbis, all Conservative and Re-
form spiritual leaders.
The statement ends with a reminder that in America
all branches of Judaism, Zionists and secular agencies
work together in many umbrella organizations on the prin-
ciple of Jewish unity through mutual respect for ideological
diversity.
Protests Cause Shift
Protests of Jewish students caused a shift of final ex-
aminations at City College of New York from Shavuoth to
May 30. Remember that date? It used to be a great Amer-
ican holiday. But there probably won't be any protest,
since it was wiped out in favor of the "longer weekend"
movement. There's a moral here somewhere.
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-'-- i ken the
fact that are ro tongei
American life
resuh -'ir
of Temple Vi that
the tradit'.or.al reia'ior.ihip be-
tween Jt-Aj and liberalism :;
changing for the sum of
American Bberattam is befog for
the underdog' and we are no
longer that. Although oar per-
centage of the popular\- -
us definitely in a minority d
our ""prosperity and Infloe
are uch that the world of >o-
cioU>gy no longer recognizes our
historic role.
rT IS quite in vain that Dr.
William Wexler in his valedic-
tory eaareei to the B'nai B'rith
last October pleaded for a re-
' of the non-partisan liberal
coalition of ethnic, racial, re-
ligious and labor groups to con-
front the nation's prob!,m>. A;
the practice of quota systems in
jobs and higher education L> typ-
ing pushed by "i anta^ed
minorities,"' we find the Jew
lumped with those who '-
it made, a cai: by ethnic
en 'o form the kind of coa':
Dr. Wexler pleaded fo
sued to Italians, Poles, blacks.
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positl hat me
4 the reality :: dbcriinina-
n .:h kept tbousanaa of
Jr-"-ri>h students out of the col-
and professional schools
Am -ica at on* tirr.e. The
fears of the bigots have been
realized as they knew it
would be by the dispropor-
tionate to the population per-
centages' number of Jews now
attending and teaching at the
most prestigious universities and
professional schools,
I doubt that any Jewish leader
or organization would attack
thit position directly but as the
n merity of being
part of the Establishment in
America -- or at least the ap-
-r.ee of it seem* to be
turning back toward that .i~e-
o!d adversity, the ancient cry
of Is it Good for the Jews?"
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in descTi: Lng I
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plura ism Bnd o::e of it-
itants. black
: Prof Fein -
nnj rjon of most J ;
been what is goo--. :' r A '
ecessarily good for its
and that may or D
the case.
BIT THE reactio-.
union leaders, inte'.'.-v
raunity relations ager
the JDL came in for stroi
cism Thev ask. he sa>-
ditional question: "If I '5*
for myself who will be for
but forget to ado. Ar
am only for myself, what n
The hope in adversity rn
in the Massachusetts Boari of
Rabbis who staged a demo
tion against the Nixon P >
in the resurgence of Jew ish *
tity and commitmcrr
larly among the youth. a> Pro'-
Fein points out.
And it may come out of Ws
attack on those who ;
Jewish jobs, security a"
come without defen.'in;
culture or seeking Jewls *"
pression in their lives 1
problems are met wtth P
solutions that are eddressod pri-
marily to the needs of American
Jews then, indeed the
adversity may be sweat
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Friday. May 26, 1972
fJenist ncrMiam
Paqe 5-
Miami Launches Sale Of Stock
In Israel Bank of Agriculture
Greater Miami community
ha* been granted another first by
nment of Israel on the
, MICHAU LITVAK
merit of the Israel Bond leader-
ship's accomplishments in further-
in? the growth and development
of Israel.
"Under the auspices of the State
of Israel Bonds organization, the
Miami community will be privil-
eged to launch the CFI (Capital
Fur Israel) new issue in the sale
of $15 million in the Israel Bank
o: Agriculture stock at a dinner
to be held Saturday evening, June
17. in the Fontainebleau Hotel."
Michael Litvak director of Israel
Bond.-, announced.
At the request of the govern-
ment of Israel, this new stock.
i>suid in preferred shares will be
Utilized to help Israel meet the
following needs:
To expand agricultural ex-
ports to help improve the coun-
try- t.aiance of trade.
To increase the production
of food for its burgeoning popula-
tion.
To help provide jobs impera-
tive tor its new immigrants es-
pecially those from Russia.
Sam Rothberg, president of CFI,
taid that the new shares of Israel
Bank of Agriculture which pay
7..V; were issued "to provide funds
fur agricultural development at a
time when almost all of Israel's
resources are being used to meet
urgent priorities of defense and
immigration absorption."
Emphasizing the importance of
agricultural development in the
building of Israel, Mr. Rothberg
said:
"From the earliest beginnings
of the Jewish state, the develop-
ment of agriculture or work on
the land, has been a predominant
factor in the realization of its
goals as a free nation.
"In the past 20 years agricul-
tural production in Israel grew
from $83 million to $615 million
and agricultural exports rose from
S17 million to $155,200,000. As a
result of this growth Israel now
produces about 78C6 of its own
food needs."
The Israel Bank of Agriculture
was established in April 1951, by
the government which supplied
the original capital for the bank
and now owns approximately 93%
of its outstanding voting stock. It
is the largest argicultural bank in
the country and accounts for 60%
of all long-term and medium-term
financing of agricultural projects.
As of Sept. 30. 1971. outstanding
loans of the Israel Bank of Agri-
culture totaled approximately S104
million; its surplus amounted to
55.930.000.
The 7.5% preference 'C" shares
of the Israel Bank of Agriculture
are being offered at $100 and pur-
chasers will be asked to buy a
minimum of 10 shares.
The distribution of the $15 mil-
lion in agricultural stock was initi-
ated following the completion this
week of the sale by CFI of 7%
preference shares of the Tourist
Industry Development Corpora-
tion of Israel. A total of $20 mil-
lion in Tourist Industry Develop-
ment Corporation shares were sold
to help finance the expansion of
facilities for Israel's rapidly grow-
ing tourist industry.
In a special message addressed
to I.eo Berpstnin. executive vice
president of CFI, Minister of Tour- j
ism Moshe Kol paid tribut? to
the officers and staff of CFI for
their successful efforts on behalf
of the development of tourism in
Israel. He said that funds raised
through the sale of tourist shires
will serve to advance the country's
plans for improving tourist facili-
ties to keep pace with the mount-
ing increase of visitors to Israel.
CFI, Inc., was established in
iS36 to handle the distribution of
securities recommend*?-' by the Is-
rael government. CFI is a sister
agency of the Israel Bond orga-
nization. They have officers in
common and the shares of both
organizations are owned by the
same non-profit body. Mr. Roth-
berg is also general chairman of
the Israel Bond organization and
Mr. Bernstein also serves as chief
executive officer and executive
vice president of State of Israel
Bonds.
Women's Lib Draws Aid From Talmudis!
A Talmud scholar told n group
of Yeshiva University undergrad-
uates this week that traditional
Jucaism entirely supports th"
women's liberation view that
women not be enslaved cconomic-
i ally and "not be treated a sex-
ual objects frfBTWilcn"to aerlw
enjoyment or benefit."
Rabbi Yehuda Parnes, a mem-
ber of the Yeshiva Uniwri'ty-
affiliatcd Rabbi Isaac Elchanan
Theological Seminary, cited Bibli-
cal passages and commentaries in-
dicating that a man must con-
sider his wife as a person of
worth, as a person in her own
right.
Rabbi Parnes said that accord-
ing to Jewish tradition, woman
was not inferior to man. The dif-
ference between min ami woman,
he said, is that they play different
roles. The man. aggressive i'i na-
in-', plays the dominant rola or
the role of leader.
"Retiring and sensitive in na-
"TU'*e,"tWworha*h' does not play the
role of leader, and must direct her
prime energies to the family."
Rabbi Parnes said.
May Mental Health Month
May has been Mental Health
Month in South Florida. The ob-
servance was sponsored by the
"Mental Health Association of Dade
County, which helps to prevent
mental illness through programs
of research, education and hocial
action. The Association is a bene-
ficiary agency of the United Fund.
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Anniversary Observances
Scheduled At Temple Israel
]t will bo a weekend of anni-
versary observances at Temple
Israel ol Greater Miami.
Friday ni>rht, at the Sabbath Eve
services, the congregation will pay
'ifttTTPTo Cantor JaCofcTBornstoin,
director of the Religious School.
,-.s be completes 20 years with the
Reform Jewish synagogue, and to
Edward Cohen., marking the end
of 15 years as administrator of the
i.900-momber congregation, among
the largest in the country.
An evening of s will bring to a close the observance
: the 50th anniversary of Temple
Israel of Greater Miami at the
Etoral Beach Hotel on Saturday.
In the presence of many of the
ioneers <>f the Reform Jewish
iingregatlon organized in May,
022, the newest officers will be
-tailed by Dr. Joseph R. Narot,
senior rabbi, who will himself
nark the 22nd year of his rabbini-
cal career in Miami. Builder Arn-
ild Rosen will take over as the
, ingregation's 28th president.
Entertainment highlight of the
. vening will bo provided by 0car
sinning songwriter Sam Coslow
and his songstress wife, the former
Frances King, members of the
, congregation, who will recall the
I'20's with a medley of Coslow and
, other hits. Ja/.z pianist Lester
' Sims will also provide nostalgic
j musical interludes.
As a souvenir ol the evening, a
! Unique gift certificate for the 50-
j year history of Temple Israel en-
I titled "Synagogue in the Inner
! City." a book written by the noted :
local historian Dr. Charllon Teh
I eau and published by the Univer- !
j dry of Miami Press, will be given j
.ill the guests. Dr. Tebeau receiv-
ed a special award from the Flo-'
Ida Historical Society for his best
' selling "History of Florida." His
book also provides in some detail '
; a history Of the early Jewish set- j
' Hers of the area.
Beginning last January with a
special Sabbath Service dedicated |
: to the pioneers and builders of
j Temple Israel, a series of programs
have been devoted to commemora- !
; tion of the founding of South Flo- i
rida'a pioneer Reform congrega-;
lion. The public highlight was a ,
' Sabbath Eve musical service at j
the Dade County Auditorium in
, cooperation with the Music School
i of the University of Miami.
Hiaieah Gardens Judge
Hialeah Gardens Municipal JudgeI
George M. Nachwalter has an-1
nounced his candidacy for Cir- |
cult Court ju '-ge iii the Septem-
ber non-partisan elections, He is
running for the seat being vacated
by Circuit Court Judge Ralph O.|
Cullen.
Runs For Circuit Seat
Judge Nachwalter, a member of
Omicron Delia Kappa nai oni
leadership honorary society, la i
graduate of the University ol M -
ami Law School. He served i -
judge for thi
ilnv. years.
town ol Medley l'i '
Local Students Graduating
From Theological Seminary
NEW YORK, N.Y., Two
oung men Irom the Miami area.
<:!1 be among the 123 graduates
-.nnorod by The Jewish Theologl-
al Seminary of America at i's 78th
annual commenconiont. Philip D.
Field and Stephen C. List field will
receive M.A. vVgroos at the exer-
cises, which will be held at Park
Avenue Synagogue Sunday, June
<. at 3:30 p.m.
At the exercises, the Rabbinical
Department will confer two .loo
torate.s in course and ..l master'*
! groes on graduates of its School'.
of Judaica. In addition, three doc-I
toratos, eight master's degrees.,
find 39 bachelor's degrees will lie
awarded to graduates of the
Teachers Institute-Seminary Col-
ege of Jewish Studies, and the i
Cantors Institute and Seminary'
College of Jewish Music will award
two degrees of doctor of sacred j
inisic and six diplomas of Haz/an '
with the degree of bachelor of
sacred music.
Mr. Field, the son ol Mr. and j
Mrs. Herman Field of Miami'
Beach, is a graduate of the Unl-
ersity of Illinois. lie entered the
Seminary's rabbinical department
n the fall of 1968, and in Jim" of
1969 received th" Ranbi Harold
of Congregation Ohcb Sha'.om.'
South Orange, N.J.
At the commencement, Dr. i
Louis Finkelstein, retiring Semi-
nary chancellor, will be the prin-1
cipal speaker. Acting on behalf
of the faculties and boards, he I
will also confer honorary degrees
upon Leonard H. Goldenson, chair-1
man of the board and chief execu-
tive officer of the American Broad-
casting Companies, Inc.; Milton
R. Konvitz, professor of labor and
industrial relations and of law at
Cornell University, and Father
Christopher F. Mooncy, president
of Woodstock College.
The Jewish Theological Semi-
nary, the academic center of the
Conservative movement in Juda-
ism, educates rabbis, cantors,
toaclers, and lay leaders at its
main campus in New York, and
maintains extensive educational
pro-rams at the University of
Judaism in Los Angeles and the
American Student Center in Jeru-
salem.
to the
s made
H. Gordon Prize, awarded
irst year student who ha
'br greatest progress.
While studying for the rah
hinate, Mr. Field has been teach-
ing and working with young peo-|
pie at Temple Emanu-El, Engle-
vvood, N.J. He is a'.so taking
ourses at Teachers College toward)
a doctorate in education. His wife
s the former Diane Resnikoff of
Fairlawn, N.J.
A graduate of Princeton Uni-
versity, where he was elected to
Phi Beta Kappa, Mr. Ustfield. the
-on of Mr. and Mrs. Solomon List-
field of North Miami Beach, also
studied at Rutgers as an under-
graduate, and spent a year as a
Woodrow Wilson fellow at Yale
University. During his Seminary j
career he has been a teacher and
adviser in the Hebrew High Scnool
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Attorney Melvvn Fi umkes. a
member of the American Jewish
Committee's executive board, has
been selected as chairman of the
Planning Committee of the Amer-
ican Jewish Committee's 20th an-
niversary dinner-dance to be held
at the Doral Beach Hotel, Satur-
day evening, June 3. according to
David Fleeman, chairman, and
Baron do llirsch Meyer, honorary
chairman of the event.
The occasion will mark the 'Wth
anniversary of the founding of th>'
Greater Miami Chapter of the
American Jewish Committee. Some
of the distinguished founding mem-
bers will be present on this im-
portant occasion when William
Lehman, president of the school
hoard and active civic leader and
businessman, will lie the recipient
of the Human Relations Award
for his outstanding contributions
to the community. Mel Frumkes'
committee includes Joyce Beber,
Hindi Diamond. Nancy Frumkes
William Gladstone. Ray Graham,
Evle Hirschhoni. Joel Hirschhorn.
Sam Rabin. Elaine Silvrstoin and
Joe Fleming.
The American Jewish Commit-
tee, foune'ed in 19?S, is this coun-
try's pioneer human relations or-
ganization.
Sunday Youth Concert
The Carmen Nappo Youth Sym-
phony will give its 42nd free eon-
cert Sunday evening at the North
Miami Beach Auditorium. Mar-
jorie Gould Hahn servos as asso-
ciate conductor and Ruth Chilton
as commentator.
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JmHtiriarkfian
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June 4
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Friday, May 26, d
Antidote For Violence
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\gious
ervtces
By RABBI NOBMAN SHAl'IRO
Temple Zion
So much of our trouble in the
world at large and in our nation
in particular comes from the weak-
ened and ineffectual role from
in theory, but in practice reduce
God. religion, church, synagogue
and their great truths to a subord-
inate role.
A proper understanding of our
historic and traditional Jewish
.ethics is the antidote to destruc-
li.v RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
What is the purpose of I he
hell* which are attached to MMUe
o( the decorations over the Holy
Torah Scroll Mich as (he cr.mn
ami the breastplate?
As the Torah is removed
MIAMI
ft. H A V T SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 9>5 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Aron Ben Aron.
OHEV SHALOM. /055 ...
Orthodox. R.bbl Phm,?,1""*
man. "
ftNSHE EVES 2533 SW 19th
1 SEPHARDIC JEWISH CESTro .
Ave Collin. Aya. FUbbiJ.c, NthSy
Conwrvative. CAUiw Sol P.kowiU 2 ( CONGREGATION TZ CHAlu J
ETH AM (TBMPLa). S950 N. Ken- P0*VhiBot0B A"' M
dill Dr. S. Miami. Reform. RaDb>
Herbert Baumgard. 8'
BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave
Conaervative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lioeon 41
Which organized religion suffers (ive t(,ndencios To be sure manv k S:,!ur,v ;1 ,tzvilh: Debor-
today. True, currently there is the ...iu = -,. .i,,, .v, ,. .. .^ '' ,"' lnt Hh, daujrhter ..f Mrs. Marion Jacob-
tion of church and JL,? f K congregation and to the platform .....I !h* late Dr. Margin Herbert
,..,. it net? is 3 DtirT 01 c\ be- ,'rom which it is read. Jewisn tin- ''
^Slfiia^ ?US .ItX'll.
proWeration of worship rustraUons.
a.l over the country. Yet. church
jiving expression to his desires shippers be aware of its approach- lox- RabDl H- "o'"^*"
9ETH EL. 500 SW 1/tn Ave Ortho-
6
ing presence so that they might beth kodesh. hoi sw 12th Ave
Moder,- Traditional Ra*bi
Shapiro. Cantor Leon Segal.
3ETH TOV 'Temple). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Cantor Seymour
H.nkea 8
Judaism recognizes this deep- riso and gJve due ms KCi t0 ,his
an-i synagogue innuince is at a very low point not commensurate faith that hnitalltv n h. *e,u,aD1 at all with its mat and inralcnla ., V. Dl,u,al,,y c,an bc ",n- Cngreg8Jtlon the movement of
be i, emil mc-lcula- ,-,,,, and that man.s pomhant To,ah lhrol|t,h th(. ai,]c<
1 for ten rism can he altared. What, not be easily visible the tinkling
It was John Ruskin. the English 1S required is a long-range plan of In h, : wnjlt, tnp ._
historian and essayist, who said *nd campaign for the moral edu- carried would suffice to make all
"Anything that makes religion a cation of everyone. aware of its presence
nd object makes religion no Our Jewish tradition assumes
object. God will put up with many ,nis assignment by setting pat- Some relate this practice to the israelitj
SRAEL (Tempie) OF
Miami. 137 NE 19th Street. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 10
Friday R:15 p m. ~t
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tive. Rabbi Milton Bchl.ntkVTM
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18801 NE i2nd Ave. Reform. Pj,l
Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor Irvi'ml
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Friday rvenlng. Baturtl. I
Bar Mllsrah: Robert, m Mr- \-'.l
ene Kahn and Mr Mart! Kahn
Friday 7:"." p.m. Rabbl
[ li.u-h "ill conduct > r\,
, through legal enactments and ritu- '>f Atonement. Since no one -ould 0R Olom (Ten.pm 8758 SW IMti I arday 10 a.m. service!
Need one add any explanation al practices. go along with him. some symbol 2* Cona.rv.tiv.. Rabbi Ralph
to this incisive observation?
Glixman. '13
As the Talmud in the Pirke Abot was necessary to keep tlio popu- tifereth Israel. 6500 n. Miam
Our main concern is that people 'which are read every Shabbat 'aco of the Holy of Holies aware KWa.
lip ser\1ce to our during this time of year) puts it of hi* activities. Should he have Friday :1S p
Av.. Coni.rvativ*. Rabbi Maurice
14
mien: "Ft T**
pay too much lip .
religious institutions. They belong ver>" forcefully, "The day is short failed in his duties, death might j ed*Touit#?' tolkm'mfby^Onea Shabbot
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Summer Session Ballet
Thomas
have a
session
_.,...,. Oreenbera honorine ih. ir ron Allen
Ihe tinkling of the Ix'lls v.iiile t>"m<- furiouirh fn.m r s Air Forei
lb 1 JCJJIVII UUI (HI i. 1 .. .....uinniig ui uif 'Mil."- -Mil' 'I'm. "ii luni'utu iii'ni I .-- .\ir|-|,'<'f'
s Armour as director, will recces"Tg^^T^ ^V^l^ f Zl *". ^'^ ^ Kr*biSSt
1 Six w,,k summer school into a lawless, nihilistic anarchy 2g"J '"*,d;'',Cs ,n !n0 Hol> M"n .
with Kraded classes in aca- which could be ruinous to all. The 1* ..? ,hc P'HJ?,P -* ot I Z'ON (Temp.e) sooo Miller Rd. con.
(iemic classical ballet Monday choice is ours. May we be in the
through Friday from June 12 to right and may God always be at
Ju|y **__________________^_________our side.
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SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Naso
"And the Lord spoke unto Moses, saying, take thy sum of
th. LAW OF RESTITUTION: A person who confessed to havm-
wrongfully retained hia neighbors property had to make res>itu^
t.on by adding one fifth to the original value and bringing a guilt-
o.fenng to God in atonement for his sin. If the rightful owner
haa died, leaving no heirs, the repayment was to be made to the
priest.
ORDEAL OF JEALOUSY: A husband who suspected his wife
of infidelity could take her before the priest, bringing an offering
of barley meal. The priest took holy water from the laver and
mixed it with dust from the floor of the .sanctuary. She had to
Confirm an oath, administered by the priest, that if she be guilty
she would suffer harmful effects after drinking the 'waters of
bitterness.' The wording of the oath was written on a scroll and
washed off in the water. The woman then drank it and if she was
-ruilty. consequent physical deformities bore witness to her i.n-
faithfulni -s and she was accursed amons her people. If she was
innocent no injuries resulted and she was promised the blessing of
motherhood.
THE NAZARITE: Those who voluntarily took a vow to be-
come completelj consecrated to the service of God for any length
time, were obliged to abstain from wine and strong drink, not
to cut their hair, and not to defile themselves through contact
with a dead body, even that of a near relative. If they did acci-
dentally defile themselves, they had to shave their heads, bring
atoning sacrifices which were offered up by the priest, and re-
commence the period of the vow. When this had expired .hey
w< re required to bring certain sacrifices, their heads were shaven
and the hair burnt underneath the sacrifices. After the priest had
performed additional ceremonies, the Nazarite was freed from any
restrictions, and returned to normal ife.
PRIESTLY BLESSING: The priests were directed to us,, a
definite formula, when blessing the people: "The Lord bless thee,
and keep :h gracious unto thee; the Lord lift up His countenance upon thee,
and give thee peace."
hia presence, which in this tense
*. both remote and yet percept-
ible.
Why do all the Tor.ih Scrolls
require a mantle to cover them
when they are not in u*e?
Generally speaking, in Jewish
tradition, that which is holy and,
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ZAMORA (Templet *4 r.-.-:> vi|
Cona.rvative. Rabbi Mii!l 3e'gJ
er. t|l
aervativc. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro
Friday 7::i'i n m Bermnn topic: 'Chil-
dren and Builder*" Saturday n.m
H'nai Mltsvah: David, ann of Mr ^n-i
Mr* Marl; MilRrum: N'eal, son of Mr
and .Mrs. Murray Wolf, s.rim.n Ionic:
A Goodly Ht riiiic.-"
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T,F5RETH JACOB (Twnple). SSI E. MOGAN DAVID CONGC EGA'-W.
4th Av*. Conservative. Rabbi Na- '293 Harding Ave.. Surfaide, Towi
than Zoiondek. 15 Hall Orthodox. Rabbi liaat 0. Vina,
sublime is covered out of re.pec, 53? T^.tZ SSS^^iJSi '
and adoration. While the Torah is!r,:3" a m
said to relate and to be a part of IbbUB
th<- life of every Jew, a s>Tnbol of, ""-I W* .congregation
I3"?. V- D'xi* Hwv- Conaervative.
Rabbi Joaeph Gorfinfcrt, Cntor Ben
Zlon Kirachenbaum- 35
BETH ISRAEL (T.mplel. 5*7 E. on.
land Park Blvd. Rabbi Akiva BrU.
Iiant. Cantor Maurice Neu. a
reverence and dignity is never
theless required, lest it be forgot-
; ten that it is the work of the Al-; MIAMI SEACH
.mighty and not subject to the agudath Israel, 7sot Cariyi. Av.
careless tampering of human de- Ortho . sire.
Some say that this is the reason
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Rabbl Ber.1 Webi. i
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EMANU-EL. 3245 W. Oakland PK
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur J. A*.
rama. Canter Jerome Rktment.
P0MPAN0 BtACN
SHOLOM (Terr.ple). 132 SE '1tf A*
Conservative. Rabbi Morni A. S
Cantor Erna.t Schreiter. I
ctu .r.- I MARGATE JEWISH CENTER. l
for the tablecloth which Ls put TIS^&AJ&WTA "utUMUM
1 SLSTfiS CSria!'r0n ,hC: "^.?^.* "IhalLANDALE JEWISH CENTE.
Jsabbaih. The Jewish table is con- beth Raphael (T.mpie) 154.! Raboi M>* Walls. Cantor Rev.
si ered to be a representation of ie,fe",in Av- Con.ervative.' Rabb". : Jacob Dn*'0r. 126 n.e. lit Aw.
the altar in the ancient temple, j 'v"' """ C'n;or S'ul Br"h' M: HMtYW-na
LsTfaZ ^ ome foi-m of reverence by >cing S^"f.fc AX Llber'- "bbl Leon' Reform. Rabbi Samuel, affa.
covered so that man approaches ^i^ ^t''n!! "-i:^ :! em T le, I
the table with a certain reserve, oi gf'J"-, DfmjralliaUon, Demnrra.^ "'V: America-, riskor
the soil-it when he eats ilan i? J, f m- Bar Mltsvah: Oreg uv Remember?" follov.-.
.C, ,:,:,. Jewll4l Te.e.ra,,,,,,. A,,yl Mr Ar/nur'VSSv "iBr^UT'S! : ^X^^X^
,,,. ~----------------AVnnM n 2!2 Oor...... :""1 "' late Mltivnh: Scott Philip. .'r,
Wiesel Spotlighted
In Ch. 7 TV Special
Elie Wiesel. internationally-
known slory teller, author and cVB1?N%HEBREw"coNr.ne0ATION
chronicler of the holocaust, will R*hl vY1a,"nDoton Ave orthodo.'
. he the foe.,-: of a Ov 7 televi ion Roze.,cv,a.fl. 23
special at 1:30 p.m. Sunday. CUGBRAENG!TroHNARD'C HEBREw CON-
; The program, called The [tin- |JJ|n' SiSSj^-WTEB m,1
erary. Is based on Wiesel's search ________ M-A
for Jerusalem essence. In the nro- emanu.el irtn,D^, 1701 Wa,hinn
pram. 20 years of his seeking and &^ CZ?;- "sbbi lEWa
B^ho'd0J''r,p,*KK *Y- EUC" or. 'BETH SHALOM (-emp-e!. "728 Won.
Habbi Jnieph E. Rackov- r?e. st Conaervative. Ratbi Mjfton
aky.
22 Malavaky Cantor IrvinQ Gold. 41
BTToNVfii\EMH ?JfMti CONGREGA- SINAI (Temple). 1201 JohntM St
"'. a^j ivendian Avenue. 22.A -ontervative. Rabbi Dav.J Shapiw.
Cantor Yehuda Heilbraun. fl
MIRAMAM
Cantor Abraham Koster
ISRAEL lTemple> HP20 SW lith St
Conservative Rabbi Avram DraiiB
School Children Honored
( hildren of Ihe T '"
Congregation School
ored during the "Farr.ih N :ht"
1 U- JJ?! And The Succea.Tor HtaiJihl! man V Shapiro at i:v I
After surviving internmenl in Saturday iojo m ,. Friday at 7:30 pin. Thi Skolnick
four concentration camns and rl}?!f- """fhter of X. and Mr. Fami,y Award," (a I'.S Sa --
rCxxbbinical evisioM
v.
yuy n
May 83
May ->8
Ch 10. 9:30 am. The Jewish Worship Hour
Ifo-t. Rabbi Sol Landau. Beth Daud Synagogue
Ch. 7, 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
Host: Rabbi Joseph Navot
Ti pic: Gra -lation to What?"
Guests: Dr. Sol Lichter and Prof. Karl Weiner
Ch. 4. 8-.10 a.m. The First Estate
'Repeated on Ch. 2 at 6:30 p.m.I
Topic: "Chaplaincy"
I last: Rev. Lather C. Pierce
Gin -is: Rev. Stanley Vlneus and Father John W
Mullally
losing his entire family in :!,em" ?%$t Mr^aSsfi" J!imS&.
Wiesel went an to become one ol- Mr* '.......rt ,:"-
Furoiie and Americas best-known Hebrew .,-7~"~"
best-loved story tellers. gJSWttTBfi SKL*J
The author of serves! books,
Bond) will be awarded
two students in the -
tion of Hassidic tales which has
garnered praise from liierary :rit-
ics around the world.
Free Loan Installation
The Greater Miami Hebrew
Free Loan Association installed a
[ slate of officers headed by Isadora
Schwartz, president, and the mem-
1 hers of its board of directors Sun- i n
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor' I-
Stern. Cantor Meyer Eng.l.
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jay, May 26, 1972
fJenisti fhrUtan
Page 11-A
JtlS ? .
Max Lcrner
'Sees It
MEW YORK, N.Y. The folly of it: The stupid, criminal.
\ as'nrdly folly of the shootings that have scarred American
litieal history for a ;'.>canc! First a President was the target
,n a gieat blaek leader, then a gilted liberal presidential ran-
ind now another presidential candidate, George Wallace
; conservative Southern governor. Murderousne.ss is democratic
f men arc equal in its realm; it mows down black an while
I ike, conservative and liberal. Northerner and Southerner.
Who and what is responsible for this succession of terror-
- In the first three cases, the assassins were sick men, para-
id, psychotic. But we can't let it go at that. There has also
en c climate which fed their paranoia and triggered theii
And guns have been pretty available to anyone bent
using them.
/-,- fc
I UK RELATIVE QUIETNESS of the current campaign had
deceived for a time. We amble" along through the pri-
mal thinking that party divisions had blurred. We were as-
i it voters had become largely nonideologieal. Aside from
,. escalation and the' response to it, there were signs of a
-,' uf tensions in the nation. Then this, and suddenly i
rinded that the harvest of the '60s is still with us, that
, .. 70s will have a violence of their own.
Wallace had changed, too, at least in his public image. He
- lander than in 1968, less truculent in mood, less given to
interbaiting of hecklers who baited him and they in turn
\- I up on him. In the place of the earlier Wallace ha!
:i the image of a man no longer bent on a third party, a man
:. to take his chances with the Democrats.
. he Still took sharp and barbed Populist positions. But
i had been an outsider all along, and he yearned to come out
i. political cold and warm himself at the more traditional
, il the party, all of which mae'e the shooting all the crazier.
if it a
1 WRITE THIS BEFORE we have learned much a: \ a'.'.ices assailant (or assailants*. But whatever their guilt may
prove to lie, there is a guilt also in the climate in which they did
thcii distorted thinking and acting. It is a climate of paranoia, in
Rhich ;>eople feel surrounded by deceivers and betrayers, by
leaders, by Ideas which are formless threats, by men who
* rsonlfy those threats for us. From this it us only a small step.
In a wtorted mind, to the resolve to remove the threat and kill
i : i by shooting the man.
This climate is not confined to the i>olitical right or left: It
pli to both, has been fed by both, and men from l>oth sides
een its victims and have been shot down. Yet both are
ant to it in a deeper sense. For it goes belond the political
It Incomes an egomania the delusion that because
tin ti ne Is out of joint it Is one man's role to set it right by his
It L part of the larger erosion of authority and of legitimacy
I! at has been taking place for a decade. It is the substitution of
Ik- fantasy of the imperial I for the earlier idea of the we, as
;>: ssed In the fabric of law, in the social contract and the con-
ti uitles with history.
We have far to go before we learn the full anguish of the
p h in which America seems to have set itself. It is important
to expose falsehoods, yes, but terribly easy from then to spread
conviction that everyone and everything in the society is
d Ise. It is important to stress the need for commitment in a
s doty in which the way of technology had largely replaced
way of belief. But we forget that one man's commitment
mother man's lunacy, one man's civil disobedience may
another more extreme man to criminal folly.
* ^
THE ANSWER MUST BE a society of civility. Let us be
h nest with ourselves. We enter on a perilous course if we mock
ir t. as many have been mocking it, and if we declare that
only the deed counts. For the deed is often reckless and deadly.
No man can be the judge of the absolute lightness of it. Our
- leti will live only if it is a society of civility-one that
tresses toleration of others, whatever the words and ideas they
one that respects the right of political leaders to be wrong:
which each group, each person, is willing to settle for .ess
than his absolute claim and dream, in the interests of the total
- elety
In the shooting of which Wallace was the target, as in those
ol both Kennedvs and Martin Luther King, the culprit was the
i mate of paranoia and absolutism: the victim the society or
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Special Significance For Jews
Continued from Page l-A
President will bring up the i->
sue" with Soviet leaders.
"The issue" refers to Amei -
ican Jewry's desire to see So-
viet Jewish citizens enjoy civil
rights guaranteed by the Soviet
Constitution of 1936 and also to
give the rights of freedom of
religious expression inside the
Soviet Union and a right to emi-
grate to Israel or any country
of their choice to fulfill their
religious convictions.
The crescendo of voices rose
in unison across the country and
culminated with "solidarity Sun-
day" held in over 100 cities
across the nation April 30 which
was punctuated with o parade
i'i .New York City the same day
with over 1C0.000 persons march-
ing to demonstrate their sup-
port for Soviet Jews who can-
not gain the same avenues of
freedom of worship that is open
to other major religions, especi-
ally Christian and Islamic, in
Russia.
The fact that the President
of the United States is fully
cognizant of the plight of So-
viet Jewry was further evi-
denced with a Friday dispatch
datelined Moscow which pre-
dicted a conference on problems
concerning Soviet Jewry.
Soviet leadership must be well
aware of the damaging effect
that treatment of their Jewish
citizens is having on the Soviet
tmagfe aroujid the globe. In
order to make certain that no
great protest incidents" would
be eyewashing President Nixon
when his plane touches Soviet
soil and when his entourage
motors through Soviet cities,
young Jewish men, who were
heretofore never notified, re-
ceived immediate calls to re ort
for military service. Jewish
press agencies have reported
scores of names, and within the
last week there have been addi-
tional conscriptions. Many Jew-
ish men who planned a demon-
stration and who were going to
defy the military service call
have been arrested.
The executive director of the
National Conference on Soviet
Jewry, Jerry Goodman, was un-
available for comment because
his New York office was dosed
for the Shavuoth holiday. How-
ever, the executive director of
the National Jewish Community
Relations Advisory Council,
Isaiah Minkoff, who was reached
at home, reiterated the positive
effect the petitions would hive
upon the administration. Min-
koff said that in New York
City "it took several hours for
j the parade" thus demonstrating
that the solidarity was really
I "solid."
Insofar as Jews ar. son M rned,
the- trip 4tas drairatie"****'hid*
toric importance an I a deep re-
ligious connotation, it departed
at the culmination of the Sna-
vuoth holiday, which Is highly
traditional as the graduation
time for all religious school stu-
dents who arc "confirmed" by
their rabbis and congregations
with special commemorative
services ovei the weekend.
Moreover, the holiday which
has been celebrated in its pres-
ent form since the destruction
of the Temple in 587 B.C.. and
which falls on the sixth and sev-
enth of the Hebrew mouth of
Slvan, has an even greater mean-
ing because it commemorates
the granting of the Torah, ihe
books of Moses, on Mt. Sinai.
It is the end of the Pente- >st.
The Torah provides the deep-
est foundation foi all Jews and
Jews do not hide behind it. They
venerate its ethics and ideals
and proclaim it. With teachings
of the Torah and other asp its
of Jewish life. Jews can do no
less than rally behind any en-
slaved human being since they
were slaves themselves. To see
another Jew in need or subjected
to persecutions and not try to
help Is immoral.
The historic application and
implication of the President's
Summit is unprecedented in
United States foreign affairs.
This is the first time that a
President of the United States
has specifically invited Jewish
newsmen as representatives of
the American Jewish Press t >
accompany him on a mission "f
the highest magnitude.
This writer, as president of
the American Jewish Press As-
sociation, which comprises 35
of the Jewish weeklies and bi-
weeklies in the United States,
asked for "Jewish Journals!"
representation as soon as the
Moscow Summit was announced.
Further verbal and written
queries during the pa-t several
months only brought answers
of "consideration."
Last Wednesday when the list
was released, it was astonishing.
Besides the American Jewish
; Press Association representative
i the American Jewish community
(and worldwide Judaism) will
be represented by the Jewish
i Telegraph Agency and a free
lance Jewish Washington co i"e-
s;> indent.
Perhaps President Nixon lias
done mare with those petitions
than can be imagined. His "con-
sideration" may have turned
into one of the most powerful
psychological weapons lie could
employ and one which the So-
viet Union surely understands:
We have an open society in the
United States. He's bringing
Jewish journalists strictly as
Jews to observe and report.
That's something that couldn't
happen in the Soviet Union.
Perhaps that is something that
the Summit may he able to
change.
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a*tT*-_ way of -lotnr busite^s
at to mount a frsashirir North
Vie aaoBBK attack arrri lo bte
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fkati *"-:"'- "'^tna-T*e-fri-ision '
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toTi trjd the units caught '
ban he*B taking around
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more tar rather longer tha^ a
month.
I- sobb, until the battJe* o |
tlie rrsnediate futiu hai* been
foogr.t and won. ft is stfl] rather
like matching the
tie around a nauette wheel with-
out knowing whether it will oaae
to re-*, ob red or
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Jcwisfi nurldFlan
Page 13-A
li Katzin Accepts A Third Term As Temple President | President Nixon 'Aware Of Petitions'
Eli Katzin was elected to a 3rd
km as president of Temple Beth
lolom at the congregation's an-
J meeting last week.
Mrs. Meyer Kotler also accepted
third term as Sisterhood presi-
Dt and Martin J. Stein will
Irvc a fourth term as Brother-
bod president.
Lgs Bay Exhibit Slated
[y Fruncine Levy in June
Franrine Levy of South Dade.
L-ho will exhibit batiks and paint-
Ws at Kings Bay Yacht and Coun-
try club during the month of June,
a graduate of the Ecole Fer-
Lind Cocq in Brussels and moved
[ere recently from Nairobi, Kenya
Mrs. Levy learned1 the media of
atik in Kenya. It is an ancient
Irt form using multiple layers of
xax and dyes. Her paintings are
foth acrylics and water colors.
Serving with Mr. Katzin will be
Harry Blumin, James S. Knopke.
David Miller and Philip Postelnek,
vice presidents; Marvin Cooper,
treasurer; Gary R. Gerson, finan-
cial secretary, and Leonard Miller,
general secretary.
Members of the board include
Jack A. Abbott, James M. Albert,
Norman Arkin, XEPafh Baker, Ted
Bodin, Jonas Brotman, Morris
Cooper, Leon J. Ell, Abe C. Fine,
Milton M. Gaynor, Harold Granoff,
Dr. Robert Jaffe, Frank Kamen,
Irving B. Kaplan, Dr. Leo M. Le-
vin, Alex Levinson, Akin Lowe,
George Mildwoff, Howard H. Mil-
ler, Morry B. Morris, Joseph A.
Nevel, Samuel Robinson, Dr. Rob-
ert Rosen, Dr. Walter G. Sail,
Jack Shapiro, Harry B. Smith,
Louis F. Snetman, Ralph Spero.
Martin J. Steiner and Harold
Zinn.
Continued from Page 1-A
men were treated in a business-
like manner and were warned
at the outset not to "wander
around" without first register-
ing a the Intourist Hotel.
Meanwhile, in New York, the
Student Struggle for Soviet
Jewry reported that 23 more
Soviet Jewish activists have
been warned by the authorities
not to go to Moscow during
President Nixon's stay. At least
eight persons have been arrest-
ed and sentenced to 10-day jail
terms in Moscow. They were
charged with "anti-social" ac-
tivities.
Registrations Accepted For 'Beginning Hebrew7
HI KATUN
The Miami Senior High Adult
Education Center, 2430 SW 1st
St., is still taking registrations
for "Beginning Hebrew." The
class meets each Monday and
Wednesday from 7 to 10 p.m.
Students may register from 2 to
9:30 p.m., Monday through Fri-
day. Cost is $5.00 for registra-
tion and the student must pur-
chase a textbook.
The teacher. Mrs. Sa-ah Cohen.
was born in Poland and1 graduated
from Beth Yakov Seminary in
Bialystok. Mrs. Cohen has re-
ceved the Hebrew University
(Jerusalem) Certificate am', is li-
censed by the aBureau of Jewish
Education to teach Hebrew, She
is also certified by the State De-
partment of Education in Talla-
hassee to teach Hebrew in public
schools in Florida.
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few manage to make the adjustment, despite .-.
and other dif.'icu-tiev and are accepted at the Bar Moat
huff ever, are bluntly m arrival that they G'ight
to h retrained in another .'.
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de the oa^ procedure* of nrnan pieaaoins;
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of anrvr: Caeaar*a oq Ok
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da of h3U .-z iii^_
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nahnj rrre etnlikilji than had been anticipated:
.therwi-e a masiiv. pon ,.c
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at in Iirael nnjst be ^en-
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plants. And there is the perennial hortace of haada,
so rhat *ventua/!y -v. Da* taunche>t Brntnaaaai
of th<- ecological balance can only watch dev.lop-
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way ol Me" has produced tough, resilient young brae* i
and it is t.w oailv t,. pragnoatieate whether thej will
a people dwelling apart or like all other nations.
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Braces and iia\- a email degree of humility and above
an Identity with Judaiam as a redtgion but they be*
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" NOTICE OF ACTION
, -INSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
C (NO PROPERTY)
-_E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
, e ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
^FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
- DADE COUNTY.
r j|L ACTION NO 72-9815
-ion FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IIK MARRIAGE OP
. hyi'K. JR.. Petitioner,
'i. i m: Ret.....idem
' ., \ k HYDB, Respondent
Place
iivvllle. New i one
are HEREBY NOTIFIED
;,don ("i Dissolution <.r Mar-
, been filed against you and
required ti serve n row ol
Uten defense*, if any
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HRIIEIIY GIVEN thai
Che undersigned, desiring t. engage In
bualnest under the fictitious nnme ni
GENERA I. ORGANIC DEVELOP-
MENT at 282u Oak Avenue, Coconut
Drove, Pla. Intend to register snul
name with the Clerk of the Clrcuii
Court of Dade County, Florida,
GERALD BNOEL
MARILYN ADAMS
5/19-20 r, 2-9

'
to It
T.I
IANOFP BADBR, attorney
inner whose address is 120
I ..:I. Miami llea.li, Florida
,. nd file ll>'- original with tin
the above styled court on or
rune '--, l978j otherwise a rte- I
\i U be entered against you for
relief demanded in the complain!
otice shall be published once I
I .,.|, for four consecutive weeks
TUB JEWISH FI/>Ttn>TAX. |
VITVKSS my hand ana tho Kent ot
Urt a! Miami, Florida on this
. of May, 1972.
i [i I EATHERMAN.
am Clerk, circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
|ly C. P. COPEI.AND
" As Deputy Clerk
Court Beal)
UJANOPF* BADBR, BSO.8.
I.,- oln Road
,r lleuch, Florida :'.:nr,n
(or relilloner
5/19-26 ii 2-9
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
. THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-10045
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
HE The Man lage of
HERALD ML'LI.INS.
i i r,
i.i.tl
\ MARIE MTU.INS.
in-iioiuleni
i EVELYN MARIE MCI.I .INS
Ynnderbllt Place
v. hhvllle, Tennessee
Vl' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
... ti. ii for Dissolution of Mar-
iii hi been, filed against you and
u .:.. required to serve a copy of
,i! iiien defenses, if any. 10 II
MORTON B. ZEMEL. attorney
Petitioner, whose address Is P.O.
-, .".;. i7". N.E. 163rd Street, North
uml Bench, Florida SSI82, and file
Kinal with the clerk of the
..v.- styled court on or before .Tune
1972: otherwise n default "ill he
i.i..I against you for the relief de-
ln the complaint or petition
Tin- notice shall he published once
Ii v. k for four consecutive weeks
THE JEWISH FliORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and lln
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring i" ngage
In business under the fictitious name
of ANTI-BURGLAR ALARM SYS-
TEMS A Sl'PPLY CO. at 19559 N.W.
2nd Ave.. Miami. Pla. Intends to ret-
later said name with the Clerk of
Ho- Circuit Court of Dade County. I
Florida.
MICHAEL GONZALEZ
5/19-26 ii 2-9
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2423
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
AKRAIIAM BRAGER
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate: .
You an- hereby notified ami required
to present any claims and demands
which vou may have against the es-
tate of ABRAHAM BRAGER deceased
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
County Judges of Dad.- County, and
file the same In duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.16 Florida Stat-
utes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida.
Iwlthin six oalendar months from the
time of the firs! iiuhlicatioii hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, 'ins 15tn
day of May, A.D. 1972.
SKI.MA BRA< IICR, Exi rulrlx
First publication of this noti......i
the I9ih dn> of May. 1972
Mnr\ In I Wiener, Esq.
Attorney for Kxecutt Ix
1212 Alnsley Bulldllig
Miami, Florida
;. 19-26 0,2-9
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CASE NO. 72-9706
NOTICE OF SUIT
In Re: The Marriage of
in i;.\ H PEREZ,
\\ Ife
and
JOSE PEREZ,
Husband.
TO: JOSE PEREZ
Residence Ink-nowli
1 YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
tluil .in action tut DlHuolullon of Mar-
riage has been filed agalnsl you and
you are required to serva s copy of
your written defenses, if any. to n
on EMANCEI. IJSVENSON, Attorney
t for Petltlorner, whose address is: suite
mi in West Flagler Street, Miami,
Floridu and file ihe original with the
I Clerk of the above styled court .......
I before June 21, 19f2; otherwise
! judgment may be entered against you
I for the relief demanded In the com-
plaint or petition.
WITNESS my hand and the Seal
' of said c.urt on the n day of .May.
; 1971.
E. B. I.KATHKRMAN
As nerk Of said Court
Hy: H. M. KISSICE
As Deputy Clerk
, (Circuit Court Seal)
6/19-26 t S-l
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
Of Mil.AX LIMITED at 5436 All
Road, Miami
io regl
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the flctltiou* name
. of BOX KING-MIAMI at P.O. Box
Reach, Florida Intends 2663 Ocean View Branch, Miami Bi id
name unb tin Clerk Florida 83140 Intends to reglBtei
of iii. cm mi Courl ..i l inde i 'ounty,
Florida.
i
.Mi.km. Inc.
By: Michael Mary, y
General Paruiej;
Michael David Harvey
Limited Partner
David Bruce Harvey
Limited Partner
Ann Harvey
Limited Partner
CYPBN & NEVINS
Attorneys fot Mldan Limited
B2S Arthur Godfrey Road
.Miami lleuch, Fla. 13140
5/19-26 ; 1-9
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under tin- fictitious name
of LOS PII.HELOS CHILDREN'S
WEAR at 2900 W. 12th Avenue. IIIu-
leah, Fla. Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Floridn.
JOSE TOPBZ
TERESA LOPEZ
5/19-26 8/8-1
itiiin. with the cu-rk of i i.c i ii. u l
Com i ..I Dade County, Florida
MARILYN TOKAYEH
GROVER 1VEINSTBIN & STAl'BER,
P A. j
Attorneys for Marilyn Tokuyer
850 l.in. ..in Road
Miami Beach, Florida
5/19-21 6 2-9
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to enguge
in business under the fictitious name
of Aquariui Garments at 268 w.-si 39
Street, Hlaleah, intend to register
aid name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit court of Dade County, Florida.
itodofredo PupoPartner
810 W 39 St.. Hlaleah, Fla. 33012
Hector PupoPartner
S2" North Bast 155 Terrace
North .Miami Beach, Fla.
6719-36 f, 2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that,
the undersigned, desiring to engage In i
business under the fictitious name ol
i Press ii SC55 Justlsou Road. Coco- | me istn aay ot May, i
nut Grove, Fla. intends to register
- i In- Clr-
Florlda.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2036
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Bstate of
DAVID L'LLMAN
ll..flood.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav- ]
hog claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de- j
manda which you mny have against
the estate of DAVID ri.i.MAN de-
ceased late oi Dade County, Floridu.
io the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the sain.' in duplicate and as i
provided In Section 718.16, Florida
Ktututes, in their offices In the Court- :
i\ Courthouse In Hade County. Flor-I
Ida, within six cnlendnr months from
the um. ..I the first publication here-
of, or the same "ill be barred
Dated ni .Miami, Florida, this : day
of May, A.D. 1971.
Sandra Chilian
As Administratrix
First publication Of this notice on
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of it. H. SALES CO. at 2S" N.W. 62nd
Avenue. .Miami. Fla. intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
MARIO BOLIVAR
5/19-26 ii 8-9
said
cull
name with the Clerk of
Court of Dade County,
BILL Bl'COLO
JOEL D. ROBRISH
Attorney for applicant
2323 lag Avenue
Coconut 'Irove, Fin. .
Marx M. Fab.
Attorney tor Kbtecutrix
:..i". Ainsl.y lluilding
Mlnmi, Florida 1318!
r., ':i-.'ii : 2-9
il url at Miami, Florida
Mac. 1972.
I-: IV I.EATHERMAN.
\s Clerk. CircUll Court
i lade Ctountv, Floridu
P.y c. P. COPELANIi
As Deputy Clerk
n m i Curl So.ill
OKTTiN B. ZBMEL, B8Q
N.H, I68rd Street
ih Miami Bench, Florida 13168
:..i Petiiioner
5 19-26 'I !-9
N THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-2438
JOHN R. BLANTON
j. Estate .a"
i \ It. PERTH!
th
o
a.
r. h|
.rkii
r.be
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
VII i I. diiors and All Persons
; Claims or Demands Against
Hate:
V"u ,". hereb) notified and requlr-
l tn present any claims and demands
hu-li \"U may have against the es-
ite ..I BI s.\ R. FERTIG deceased
!< ol hade County. Florida, to the
"limy .IuiIkos of I>ade County, and
Ii the same in duplicate and as pro-
i "i in Section 7:::t.l6, Florida Statu-
in their offices In the Counts
ourthouse in Hade County. Florida.
hin Ix calendar months from the
' IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
, No. 72-2433
, in RE: Bstate of
I NOAH SOFFER
seal of Deceased
.ii this NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Baui
You are hereby notified ^m\ requir-
ed to present anj claims and demands
j which you may have ugniusl the es-
tate ol SOAH SOFFER decei of Pad.. County, Florida, lo the i oun-
iv Judges of Dade County, and file
the sain.- in duplicate and as provid-
ed m Section 733.1fi, Floridn Statutes,
in their offices In tho Count} 'oini
house in Dade County. Florida, within
six calendar months from the lime
the first publication hereof,
same Will he haired.
Dated at Miami. Florida.
,ln> of May. A. n. 1972.
ZBV M K' IAN
I" IRA I'. SOFFEB
A- Executors
First publication of this notice
the 19th day of May. 1972
,,.., CAIDIN, ROTHBNBERG, KOGAN
Vii & KORNP.I.C.M
hJUI 1..., r,.... .I' I.'.,..
this
III.
1."
by: Zev VV. kog....
Attorney for Z. v W. K'ogan and
is.ru It Boffer
4>ft Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Fla
5, 19-26 : 2-9
ii ot the
the same
first puhllc:itl.
will in- barn .1
>n hen
if,
1 led ni Miami Florida, iliis- 22nd
1 "I May. A.D. 1978.
SIDNEY FERTIG JR.
As Executor
Hrsi publication of this
i' 26th day of May, 1972.
I VR 'lli .1. ii IHEN
xu.iin.v for Executor
leph..... : 144-4711
' i 'oral Way, .Miami
it ice
Florida
r, 2 i. 2-9-11
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
" ALL TO WHOM THESE PRE- i
KXT8 SHALL COME GREETINGS:
Whereas, MAX ROSENBI.l'M, Miami
leach, Florida; BERNARD M KOM-
IEL, Miami Reach. Floridn; RIloDA.
Bl.l/ER. Miami Bench. Florida did '
II the llth nay of March. A.D I95H
.lu-.- io |,,. Incorporated under the
Ijvs of ihe State of Florida MAAIt.
a'C n corporation, with Its principal
*.....I I'Uslnev- at MIAMI BEACH.
ADB COUNTY in the State of Flo-
tula, nn.I whereas such corporation
'I "ii ,n. Kith day of May. A.D. ;
'. cause to he filed in the office j
Ihe 11.-pan in. m of State of the
state of Florida, the documentary
Ulliorily required under Section
" 27 Florida Statutes, showing the
ssolutlon of such corporation
N". therefore, the Secretary of
late does herehv certify to ihe for.-
ng and that he is satisfied thai
in requirements of the law have
fell complied with.
IN witness WHEREOF, l have
"ii'Uiiio set my hand and have nf-
ed the Great Beal of the Slat.- of
J-rlda, .il Tallahassee. Ihe Cunilal.
lis ihe SIXTEENTH dnv of MAY,
l.l, i.,7_.
RICHARD (DICK i STONE
Secretarv Of State
0 81 78
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. 72-10300
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of:
IIENJAMIN KARCHMBR. husband,
and
JEANNE KARCHMBR, wife.
TO: JEANNE KARCHMBR
n,s7 Commonwealth Avenue
Brighton, Massachusetts
y,r ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action tor Dissolution "i Mar-
riage has I.....n filed against you and
von arc required lo serve a copv or
your written defenses. If any. to u on
ROSEN A RIVK1ND, attorneys for
I Petitioner, whose address ii i--1 Lin-
coln Road. Miami Beach. Fla
i and file the original with the rlers
of the above styled court i
June 86, 1978: otherwise a
l.....utered against you n
demanded In Ihe complaint
This notice shall
each week for four
in THE JEWISH
WITNESS my
,,f suid court
Ihis Rith day of May. 1978.
B. I'.. I EATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Courl
Dade County, Florida
By I. SNEEDBN
\v Demity Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal l
ROSEN .< RIVKIND
48fl I incoln Road
Miami Reach. Fin MlM
Attorneys for Petitioner
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTYCIVIL ACTION
NO. 72-9800
PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
EITHEI.N. DIEGUEZ, Wife,
JOSE RAUL DIEGUEZ, Husband.
TO: Jl >SE RAUL DIEGUEZ
. Mrs Angelina Miller
601 Wist 137th Street, Apt 57
New York, New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai a Petition for Dissolution of \..ur
Marriage has been filed and eomme.....
.il in this court and you are required
io nerve a copy of your written answ-
er ami defenses, ii" tiny, on A1N8I BE
it. FERDIE. attorney for Petitioner,
whose address is ii "" 8.W. ki St.,
8ulte-3(iri, Miami. Fla mid file ihe
original with th.- i'.-ik of Ihe above
si vied court on or before June 23,
1972: otherwise a defaull will be en-
tered against you for the relief prayed
for in said petition,
1 This notice shall he published .....
each we.-k for four consecutive weeks
'in THE JEWISH Fl.i HtlDlAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said courl at Miami. Floridn on this
l.'ih day of May. 1978.
B. II. I.EATHERMAN.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Had. County, Floridn
By C, P. <" il'F.I AND
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Curt Seal)
AINSl.EE R. FERDIE
I llAO 8.W. Isi St, Suit.-:'."'.
I .Miami. Fla. :::'.13ii
Attorney for Petitioner
lei: (30.1) 174-5113
.". I9-S6 1/2-9
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
b) virtu.- of Chapter 678 Florida Stat-
utes Annotated (1941) Warehouseman
a-nil Warehouse Receipts wherein ARE
VAN LINES a Florida corporation by
virtue of ii- warehouse lien has in iis
possession Ihe following described
property.
Csed Household goods ns the proper j
of MRS ANNIE DOOAN, whose last
known a.I.hiss was 1879 N.W. 4lih
Street, Miami. Fla. and thai on the
12th day of June. 1972 during tile le-
gal hours of sale mainly between 11 :"'
forenoon and 2:00 in the afternoon al
2136 N.W, 24th Avenue. Miami. Flor-
ida the undersigned shall offer for
sale to ihe highest bidder for cash In
hand the above described property of
MRS. ANNIE I a ii! AN.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 19th
day of May. 1972
1/19-86
before
I.-fault will !
the relief
or ji.-iiii.-ii
be published once
consecutive weeks j
l-'l URIDIAN.
hand and Ihe senl
I Miami. Florida
:, 86 i; 2-9-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of Human-power at 282B oak Avenue,
coconut drove. Fla. Intend to register
snld name with the Clerk of the I ir-
cult Coun of Had- County. Florida.
OBRALD ENCEI.
MARILYN ADAMS
5 81 i. 1-9-11
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. 72-9967
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: Th.- Marriage of
JOHNNY HUDQiNS. Husband,
and
AHA W HUDGINS. Wife.
TO: aha W. HUDGINS
LCal known Residence
ISIS 8.B isih
Oklahoma Cltjr. Oklahoma
VOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage bus been filed against you and
vou are required to serve a copv of
your written defenses, if any. to it on
JERRY A BURNS, attorney for Peti-
tioner, who.-.- address Is 9S City
National Rank Building. 2'. West Flag-
ler Street, Miami. Florida 33180. and
file the original with the clerk of
Hie above styled court on or before
June It, 1!'72: otherwise a default
will he entered agalnsl you f..r the
relief demanded in the complaint or
petition.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
aid court al Miami. Florida on this
11 day of May. 1!'7-J
E. D I.EATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade ('otiiiiv. Florida
By c P. COPEI AND
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seali
JERRY A BURNS
90S Cliv National Hunk Building
Miami. Florida 38180
Attorney for Petitioner
; 19-81 t: 8-1
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. 72-9713
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in HE: Th.- Marriage of
A l BERT P. LEISZ, JR.,
Hush.mil.
and
CATHERINE M. LEISZ.
Wife.
TO; CATHERINE M. LEISZ
c o Jan Hoick
4;i Second Street
Rivei head. New York
VOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai nn action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed agalnsl you and
you arc required to serve a copy of
\our written defenses. If any, to II
i.n JOEL IL ROBRISH, attornej f..i
Petitioner, whose address is 3825 Oak
Avenue. Suites IS K- 1C. Coconut Grove,
Florida, and file the original with th.
clerk of th.- shove styled court on or
before June 21. 1972: otherwise a de-
faull will be entered agalnsl you lor
the relief demanded in the complaint
or petition.
This notice shall he published once
each we.-lt for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said courl at .Miami. Floridu on ihis
li day of May, 1972
E. R I.EATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By r. P. COPEI.AND
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
JOEL D. ROHRISH
38SS Oak Avenue
Coconul Grove, Florida
. Attorney for Petitioner
:, 19-26 (i 2-9
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No 72-2392
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
JOB LEVIN.
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Suid
Estate-.
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims uml de-
munils which you muy have ngulnal
the estate of JOE LEVIN deceased
late of I mile County. Florida to the
County Judges of Dud.- County, and
file the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 7:::i.l0. Florida Stat-
utes, in tluir offices In the County
Courthouse In Dud.- County, Florida,
within six calendar months from thn
lime of the first publication hereof, or
ih- sum.- wil! Ii*. barred
Dated ui Miami, Florida, this 10th
day of May, A.D 1972.
TBRISSE BU8I.OPF SCHWARTZ
As Executrix
Flrsl publication of tin- notice on
the 19th day ..f May 1972.
.Myers. Kaplan. Porter. Levlnson
ft Benin
Attorneys for Executrix
1130 S.W. 1st Street, .Miami. Fla.
___________________ : W-2B H 2-9
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 71-1475
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Bstate ..f
I AN Nil; BKLAR,
1 leceus.-d
1 To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
I Estate:
You arc hereby notified and required
io present any claims ami demands
' which you may have against the es-
tate of FANNIE sKI.ai: deceased
late of Cook County, Illinois, to the
I County Judges of Dade County, and
file the sum-- In duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.16, Florida Stat-
utes, in their offices in the Counly
Courthouse In Dole County, Florida.
within si\ calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof, or
i the same will be barred.
Dated al .Miami. Florida, this 15th
day of May, A.D. 1872.
George .1 Tallannff,
is Administrator <\T A
Flrsl publication of this notice on
the 19th day of May. 1972.
TAI.IANOFF ft BADBR
Attorney for Adm. C.T.A,
4l'ii Lincoln Road. Miami Reach.
Fla
i !9-2 2-9
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1719
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Bstate of
HARRY I. CARSON
1 leceused.
To All Creditors and All Person- Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estnte:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands Which you may have against
the estate of HARRY L. CARSON
deceased late of Dude County, Flor-
Ida, to the County Judges Of Dade
County, and file the same in dupli-
.ale and as provided in Bectlon 7:t."..-
16, Florida Statutes, In their offices
in the County Courthouse in Dad.-
County. Florida, within si\ calendar
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. 72-9634
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE M VHRIAGE >F
MICHAEL BUCKMAN, Husband
and
BETTY BUCKMAN
TO: BETTY BUCKMAN
I Address t'llklH'U n I
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage ha.- been filed against you and
you arc required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any, to It on
DAVID E STONE, attorney for Peti-
iioner. whose address is 101 N.W. 12th
Avenue. Miami. Florida, and file the
original with the clerk of the above
stvled courl on or before June 21.
1973; otherwise a defaull will be en-
tered against you for the relief de-
manded in the complain! or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
ill THE JEWISH Fl.OlilDI.W"
\VITNB8S my hand and Ihe seal Ol
said court at Miami, Florida on this
II das of May. 1978.
E It I.EATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Coun
Hade CounIv. Florida
By R. M. KI88EE
As Deputy Clerk
H 'ir.-llil Courl Seal)
David E. stone
STONE ft BOSTCHIN
in! n w 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida
Attornes for Petitioner
5'19-26 .. I
the lime of th.
hereof, or the same
first
will
Ibis 28th
months f
publication
be haired.
Haled at Miami, Florida
day of April, A.D 1973.
a PRANKl IN CARSON
As Executor
Firsi publication of ibis notice <
the?, day of May, 1978.
MAC MERMHLL
Attorney for Executor
1909 s.w Third Avenue
r. 6-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
ih.- undersigned, desiring lo engage in
business under the fictitious name of
DAISY AND TARSI BOUTIQUE at
number 2259 Coral Way. hi the City
of Miami. Florida. Intends to rag-
later ihe said nnme with Ihe Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dad.- County,
Florida.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 28th
day Of Anril. 1072.
MED1FER CORPORATION
bv, BLAS J. MEDINA, Secretary
li 5-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HBREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business Wider the fictitious name
of PHILIP M ORBENBEBO, M D. at
615 DuPoni Plaza Center. Miami. Pla.
intends to register said name uiih
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
. Dade County. Florida
j PHILIP M. ORBBNHERO, M D. PA.
Bparber, Kernel, Roskln,
and Hellbronner
P .V
Attorneys for applicant
inn n r.i-.-av ue Boulevard
Miami. FIh
r. 19-86 6/J-l


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tJfe wish Floridian
Miami. Florida Friday, May 26, 1972
Section B
FOR HEALTH, EDUCATION, WELFARE
JDC Allocates
$9.6 Million
To help cope with its growing
social problems, the Joint Distri-
Imtiun Committee (JDC) has al-
located to its health, welfare and
education programs in Israel for
1972 'he sum of $9.6 million, the
largest buigct for these purposes
in a decade, Edward Ginsberg.
JDC chairman, reported last week
following a 10-day study tour of
the organization's projects.
The JDC-Malben 1972 budget
oi $7.6 million, together with
grants to the ORT vocational
training schools and the yeshivoth
in Israel, totaling another $2 mil-
lion, represent 37% of the JDC's
total budget and constitutes JDC's
largest single program," Mr. Gins-
berg reported.
The JDC made th!s decision de-
vpitr the devaluation of the Amer-
ican dollar, which has increased
Its operational costs :n Europe,
North Africa and other areas by
some SW0O.000. The JDC re >og-
nizes the seriousness of Israel's
human needs and is determined
to increase the scope of its aid
programs," he added.
In Miami, the Greater Miami
Je\vLh Federation's CJA-IEF cam-
paign raises funds on behalf of the
United Jewish Appeal (UJA),
making the JDC a oeneficiary
agency of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation.
The JDC, which assists over
300.000 Jews in 23 countries, re-
ceives most of its funds from the
UJA. Mr. Ginsberg served as gen-
eral chairman of the UJA for four
years before his election to the
ton JDC post last Decen-iVr.
While the bulk of JDC-Malben
funds has been earmarked to help
provide Israel with "a morn
nationwide system of care for its
growing number of aged persons."
Mr. Ginsberg noted, "considerable
sums haw been allocated to assist
handicaoped children, the chronic-
ally and mentally ill, and to help
train professional personnel for
the country's health and welfare
programs."
AIDING THE MENTALLY 111
A project of special Interest,
both medically and socially, is the
JDC-Malben-supixirted Compre-
hensive Community Health Center
in Jaffa. Mr. Ginsberg said.
"Instltutlonalization of the ,nen-
tally ill is a costly failure," he
stated. "The Jaffa demonstration
project, the first of its kind in
Israel is part of the search to find
an effective and less expensive
method to treat the mentally ill
than the current over-emphasis on
institutionalization."
The Center will offer five serv-
ices: prevention and early detec-
tion of illness through counseling
and education; out-patient treat-
ment for persons who can live at
home; emergency service for per-
sons suffering from an acute
breakdown; part-time hospitaiiza-
tion; and a small full-time hos-
pital for persons in need of inten-
sive treatment for limited periods
"Millions of dollars can be swed
by treating patients at these cen-
ters instead of building costly new
mental institutions," Mr. Ginslierg
pointed out. "Hospitalization
should be used only as a last re-
sort. The Jaffa Center is expected
to become a model for similar
centers throughout the country."
CHILD DEVHOPAKNT CENTEKS
Another JDC-Malben project,
which is setting a pattern for the
country, is the network of MX
Child Development Centers in
Jerusalem, Beersheba. Tel aviv
Tel Hashomer, Assaf Harofe and
Haifa.
Early assessment and follow-up
treatment of children suffering
from various mental and physical
handicaps are provided by teams
of pediatricians, psychologists, so-
cial workers and nurses.
"It was a moving experience to
observe the dramatic results be-
ing achieved at these centers,"
Mr. Ginsberg said. "Through this
project JDC-Malben is continuing
its policy of caring for Israel's
most precious resource, its people."
CASE rOK THE AGED
Mr. Ginsberg noted that "a vi-
tal, new aspect of the JDC-Malben
programs for the aged is the ex-
tension of the same high standard
of care to the elderly among the
long-term aged.
"It was for this purpose that
JDC-Malben helped to form the
independent Association for the
Planning and Development of Serv-
ices for the Aged and is contribut-
ing half of the association's $8.-
330.000 budget with the other half
coming from cooperating .ocal
groups," he said.
Mr. Ginsberg also pointed out
that the association has already
launched a building program to set
io a network of regional centers
for the aged, which will serve
both institutions for those unable
to look after themselves and as a
headquarters for community serv-
ices for those aged who will con-
tinue to live at home.
These services will include coun-
seling and medical care, such as
physiotherapy, occupational ther-
apy, podiatry, dental care, meals-
on-wheels, housekeeping help and
recreational programs.
AIDING KUSSIAN IMMIGRANTS
Mr. Ginsberg disclosed that the
immigration of Russian Jews is
making a steadily increasing im-
pact on JDC-Malben's programs.
Although the proportion of old
people among the newcomers is
not large, he said, the number of
those referred to JDC-Malben for
medical care and other assistance
is steadily increasing.
In 1971 a total of 373 immigrants
from Ru to JDC-Malben for aged care and
medical service, compared with
037 caces in 1970, an increase of
57%, Mr. Ginsberg reported.
In January of this year, he noted.
37 of the 62 who applied for medi-
cal services were newcomers from
Russia, wh'le in February 49 of
the 66 referrals were Russians
This upward trend continued iw
March with 53 of 60 applicants
being newly arrived Russian Jews.
TRAINING MOfESSIOHALS
"Another key element in the
JDC-Malben program from its
very beginning has been the train-
ing of badly needed professional
'ersonnel for the health and wel-
fare services," Mr. Ginsberg stated.
Financial and technical support
continues to be provided for the
Hebrew University's Paul Baer-
wald School of Social Work, the
School for Occupational Therapy
in Jerusalem, the School of Com-
municative Disorders in Tel Aviv
University and the setting up of
special courses for nurses aides.
Recently, JDC-Malben helped
plan and establish the Dr. Joseph
I. Schwartz Training Program for
Community Center Personnel at
the Hebrew University.
"Everywhere I went I saw evi-
dence of JDC-Malben's significant
contributions to the health and
welfare of Israel's people," Mr.
Ginsberg summed up. 'JDC-Mal-
ben's historic role in assuring the
well-being of the pcoPle is aopre-
ciated. They have every right to
exoect us to carry on with the
work. We shall not disapjioint
them."
Sen. Kenneth Myers Speaker
For Brotherhood Breakfast
State Sen. Kenneth M. Myers
will speak on "Florida Legislator
and Florida Politics" at the month-
ly breakfast meeting of the Broth-
erhood of Temple Beth Sholom in
the auditorium of the temple, Sun-
day, June 4, at 10:30 p.m." ac-
cording to an announcement by
Martin J. Steiner, Brotherhood
president.
Aaron Farr, program chairman,
announces that the breakfast is
open to the public. The admission
fee proceeds are earmarked for
the Youth Activities program of
the temple.
Present at the Mount Sinai Medical Center's 22nd annual
Postgraduate Seminar Dinner-Dance held recently at the
Fontainebleau Hotel (from left) Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Geii-
ner, Dr. and Mrs. Emanuel M. Papper, and Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Shaw. Mr Gertner is executive vice president of
the Medical Center; Dr. Papper is dean of the University
of Miami School of Medicine, and Mr. Shaw is a newly
elected member of the Center's board of trustees.
Mrs April 8th Term Prexy
Mrs. Simon April was installed
for an eighth term as president of
Aviva Chapter, Mizrachi Women,
at a recent donor dinner held
at the Royal Hungarian Restau-
rant. Mrs. Alfred Stone, Florida
Council coordinator, officiated at
the ceremony.
On Tuesday. Mrs. April is host-
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6357 SW 11th St.
Mr. and Mrs. Shepard Broad (left) converse with Dr. and
Mrs. Jack Greenberg at the Mount Sinai Medical Center's
22nd annual Postgraduate-Seminar Dinner-Dance held re-
cently at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Mr. Broad is secretary
of the Medical Center and Dr. Greenberg is chief of thoracic
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*Jewist Mcredftaun
Page 3-B
Board Emphasizes Importance Of
Community Support For Hillel
Sp<. ial to the Jewish Floridion
i;,, bl Stanley Ringler of the
Hillel Jewish Center at the Uni-
versity is a fighting rabbi.
He"a fighting the "sense of alie-
nation from organized religious in-
stitutions" felt by his youthful
flock with the 'intellectual, exist-
ential reality of Judaism," .
and he thinks he's winning.
"Ji ws are more than just a re-
group," he explained.
"There's a movement toward
,'thm/centrism cries of 'Black Power') an', we
Jews certainly have a claim to an
ethical-cultural identity."
Rabbi Ringler. who borrows
from the philosophy of Mordecai
Kaplan who described Judaism
as "a civilization." explains, "we
ar the only community people
that encompass both a religious
and a non-religious identity."
In the two years that he has
been at the Coral Gables campus,
Rabbi Ringler has designed pro-
grams tailored so that students
can choose their own type of Jew-
ish identity.
A Jewish community board of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion for the purpose of helping the
Hillel program becom" more ef-
fective in the community.
Composed of representatives of
Federation (of which Hillel is a
beneficiary, B'nai B'rith. the Rab-
binical Association of Greater Mi-
ami, the U-M faculty and student
body and the community; the
board emphasized the importance
of community awareness ani fi-
nancial support to Hillel.
"Unless the 1972 CJA-IEF cam-
paign reaches its goal of $11 mil-
lion. Hillel won't be able to expand
the existing programs and inno-
vate new ones." said David S.
Kenin, chairman of the board.
We're not saying that service
to students will be out back."
added Jerry Sussman, vice chair-
man, "it just naturally follows that
if the Budget Committee of the
CJA-IEF of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation has less money
than needed to distribute to ben-
eficiary agencies, the agencies
won't he able to expand and they'll
have their hands full maintaining
existing programs in the face of
this inflationary spiral."
Hillel board members Norman
Kasser and Alfred Golden, ex-
pressed pleasure at the wa>s ln
which students are being reached
on campus.
"The 4,500 Jewish U-M stu-
dents receive 'Confrontation,' a
newsletter which informs them of
Jewish campus programs an 1
keeps them up to date on Issues
and events around the Jewish
world." said Mr. Kasser.
"No other Jewish student pro-
gram in the country reaches a<
many as two-thirds of enrolled
Jewish students In this way, added
Mr. Golden.
In addition. "University Dias-
pora." the first student literary-
magazine at U-M. has been started
Written and edited by students,
the publication reflects the Jew-
ish soul in isolation," Rnbbi Ring-
ler said.
"It's an expression of the de-
sire to learn the meaning of Jew-
ish optimism. We see ourselves as
descendants of countless genera-
tions of injustice and heirs to a
most ancient tradition of revolt
against it. We will use this me-
dium to express the unquench-
able Jewish spirit of non-con-
formism and restlessness for
change," Rabbi Ringler declared.
A "Free University program ha
been offering courses in the Held
of Jewish studies. Over 200 stu-
dents have participated in the
program wich is non-fee and nor.-
credit.
Among the most popular courses
were "Sex Ethics and Practice
With Regard to Jewish Values."
"The Kibbutz." "Martin Buber."
"Theology and the Jew" and "Mod-
em Hebrew." Class lectures, dis-
cussion jgroop leaders and re-
source people were drawn from
the campus and community.
"All offerings were presented
at the highest academic level and
in the freest possible setting,"
Rabbi Ringler explained. "Due to
student demand, the program
which was expected to run for 8
weeks) was extended for the 12-
week duration of the semester.
"One of the big surprises was
student interest in Yiddish lan-
guage." Rabbi Ringler said. "At
one point as many as 35 students
were involved in the class. To
generate interest, we used the ap-
proach, 'Remember when you
were very young and your par-
ents and grandparents didn't want
you to know what they were say-
ing? They spoke Yiddish!' "
Hillel also brings speakers to
campus to lecture in classes and
speak at weekly Sunday morning
brunches (average attendance 60
persons; bagels and lox for 50
cents.)
Among those who have come to
U-M are stage and screen person-
ality Theodore Bikel, who is Is-
raeli educated: Dr. Shlomo Avi-
neri, head of the Hebrew Univer-
sity Political Science Department
who led a graduate seminar on
the Mideast for U-M's Center for
Advanced International Studies,
and Elihau Navi, mayor of Beer-
sheba, Israel who spoke on Be-
douin life.
young Jewish Soviet immigrants
to the campus.
All is not lecturing, however.
The religious needs of the stu-
dent community are met often
in new ways.
Hillel provides a Kosher food
plan at a semester cost just a lit-
tle above the standard university
food plan.
"The few students remaining on
campus over spring vacation are
invited to local homes for the Pass-
over Serurim through the Hillel
office." said Rabbi Ringler.
"Shabbat is a celebration here,"
he added. After services students
gather at Hillel or my wife Mar-
lene and I invite them to our
home to sing, eat and talk about
Jewish issues. This informal hos-
pitality program has been ex-
tended to the homes of Jewish
faculty members, too."
Passover found Hillel sponsor-
ing two concurrent Seders in an
efforts to serve the various ideo-
logical preferences of students.
One Seder was traditional, using
the standard Haggadah. while the
other followed a specially pre-
pared creative text.
Under the leadership of Rabbi
Ringler, Hillel has moved into
the area of U-M class program-
ming A Jewish faculty group
with around 40 members has been
organized and meets monthly. In
addition, Jewish students initiated
for the three Jewish Studies
courses offered: "Sociology of the
American Jewish Community,"
"Modern East European History"
demic or personal adjustment
problems."
Creative efforts by students
have resulted in a Jewish folk-
dancing group, a Hillel repertory
company and a "Miami Student's
Guide to Israel" which gives a
students an idea of where and
what to go do and see when in
Israel.
Discussions with the adminis-
trations at Florida International
University and Miami-Dade Jun-
Muki Tsur, who co-edited the
now famous "The Seventh Day." pet.tion carnpaii
a work analyzing feelings of sol-
and "Music of the Hebrew Cul- ior Coliege-South have been started
in in an effort to develop Jewish
student groups and similar activi-
ties at these campuses.
Rabbi Ringler, 30, a graduate of
North Miami High School was
born in New York and moved
here with his family as a youth. A
graduate of the University of
Cincinnati and Hebrew Union Col-
lege (where he was ordained in
1969) he also attended the Insti-
tute in Near Eastern Civilization.
Hebrew Union College Biblical
and Archaeological School and the
Hyam Greenberg Teachers Insti-
tute in Jerusalem.
Rabbi Ringler was an assistant
professor in social studies at the
American College in Jerusalem
(1969-70) and ministered to stu-
dent congregations in Michigan
and Illinois before coming to U-M
ture." An expansion of the pro-
gram is in the works.
Students have also involved
themselves in the CJA-IEF cam-
paigns. A Phon-A-Thon was
mounted to reach off-campus Jew-
ish students and workers (in teams
of two) personally visited on-
campus Jewish students.
Of the $4,500 raised, $1,000 was
donated by the Hillel committee
that organized the drive as a
demonstration of their own com-
mitment.
"Even more important than the
money raised," said Rabbi Ringler,
"was the educational benefit.
Workers kept reporting of long
'rap' sessions with students a'xrnt
Israel and the plight of Soviet
Jewry.
"The highest pledge came from
a non-Jewish student who felt so
involved he handed over $100 as
an expression of his admiration I in 1970.
for the people of Israel," the rabbi j _
said.
Additional service to the com-
munity is rendered in the form
of student visits to the Jewish
Home for the Aged (a beneficiary
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration agency). Many youths
have helped at the Jewish Voca-
diers in the Six-Day War, sooke
to over 500 students on subjects
ranging front the impact of the
war on Israeli life to the ideology
of the kibbutz.
In addition, Elie Wiesel, inter-
nationally known philosopher and
chronicler of the holocaust ad-
dressed an audience of 800 per-
sons; Shlomo Carlbach, pooular
Hassidic folk singer has been
making annual visits to the campus
tional Service workshop for the
credited Jewish Studies Program.| handicapped and with private fam-
ilies where individuals were in
need of special help from volun-
teers.
Hillel offers (in cooperation with
the Jewish Vocational Service also
a Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion beneficiary) student counsel-
ing with regard to specific careers
"I'm also involved in personal
counseling." Rabbi Ringler added
"Of the 4,500 Jewish students on
campus, we're actively in touch
with about 1,000. Many of these
people come to me for advice and
Over 1.000 names were collected
(including many signatures from
non-Jews) and the senate of the
student government unanimously
passed a resolution in its support
and called upon the faculty and
administration to exceed the Jew-
ish student's requests.
"The next stage of the effort."
Rabbi Ringler said, "was the orga-
nization of a Jewish Faculty Com-
mittee to propose a sound nca-
and Hillel has brought poet Allen I demic program.
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Friday] May 26, 1972
Paqe 5-B

Trying out Ihe special "Beeper" softball developed for blind
students are (from left) Joseph Wilkaitis, special education
instructor; Denise Jones and Mike Carroll, both special edu-
cation students; Mrs. Louise Denchfield, president of the
Greater Miami Chapter of the Telephone Pioneers of Amer-
ica; and John F. Aguire, principal of Hialeah Junior High
School.
'Pioneers' Present Special
Softball To Blind Teacher
The Greater Miami Chapter of i
I he Telephone Pioneers of Amer-
ica presented a very special soft-
tall to a teacher at Hialeah Junior
Hich School early this month.
Mrs. Louise Denchfield. pi-esi-
ol the "Ploneeds" presented .
: special education instructor Jo-'
- ph Wilkaitis with a "Beeper" ball
for use hy his blind students. Inci-
dentally, Mr. Wilkaitis Is himself
i gaily blind.
"Pitch, catch and throw" is the
name of the name for the hlind
students, and the 'Beeper" hall j
makes it all possible with its audi-
ble beep tone?.
The Beeper" ball developed six
years aso by a group of Telephone
Pioneers, is a regulation size soft-
ball modified to incorporate a
mechanized audible beep tone init.
The unit does not interfere >ith
the usage of the ball for sports
purposes.
Early this year, volunteer pio-'
neers fiom Western Electric es-
tablished a small assembly line in
Andover, Mass., to pro.'uce tin
ball. Thirty balls can lte produced
each month under the present ar-1
rangements. They are distributed
to needy groups throughout the
United States.
The money to produce "beepers"
is raised through civic and service
projects conducted after \>ork
hours by the Pioneers in -ach
chapter in North America.
The Telephone Pioneers of Amer-
ica is the largest service organiza-
tion in the world. The develop-
ment and distribution of beeper
halls is only one of hundreds of
! community activities which the
Pioneers sponsor.
Presidents of the Greater Miami Section,
National Council Jewish Women, posed for
their first group picture during the recent
installation luncheon at the Doral Bench Ho-
tel. Seated (left to right) are Mis. Harry Tu-
markin. Bay Division; Mrs. Anna Singer,
Lincoln; Mrs. Harry Garfield, Indian islands;
and Mrs. Ben Kazan, Coral. Standing: Mrs.
Michael Goldstein, Shores; Mrs. Margin
Sheldon. South Dade; Mrs. Philip Bloom,
Greater Miami Section, and Mrs. Jack The ./,
Lakes. Highlight of the day was the installa-
tion ceremony conducted by Sen. Kenrv? h
Myers and immediate past Southern Dis-
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tebeca Waksman
[s Betrothed To
jteve Braidmaii
Waksman and Steve ;
in were enlaced in a tracii- j
ional betrothal ceremony conduct-
ed iiy Rabbi
Ralph GUxman
on Sunday
night. May 20.
at Temple Or
Olom.
Parents of the
couple are Mr. |
and Mrs. Sam
Waksman, 1800
SW 87th PI..
ani Mr. and
Mrs. Ken Braid-
man. 6303 SW
14th St.
Miss Waksman, a graduate of
bliami Coral Park Senor High !
School, i. now attending Miami-
Dade Junior College. She is a past
iresidenl of a USY chapter.
Her fiance graduated from
Miami Coral Park and Miami-
Pailc Junior College, where he
Krved as a senator of the student
pnvcin-r.ent. He also served as
ill of a USY chapter.
febtea Waksman
Judith Wishneff Is
Engaged To Marry
\ Future Lawyer
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and Mrs. Burton Wishneff
lii Miami Beach, (formerly
ladelphia) have announced
[agement of their daughter.
Lynn, to Howard Brod
St.in. The future bride-
is the son c.f Mr. and Mrs.
rl B. Brownstein of Bal
IT and Penn Valley. Pa.
Wishneff will graduate
he University of Pennsyl-
n June. Her f'ance graduat-
h honors from the Univer-
iVnnsylvania and is <-ur-
attending Harvard Univer-
.w School.
ily wedding is planned.
,n V Loealites
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i ry, Jewish War Vet ran-;
i Id its 26th annual con.cn-
I ne 2^ to 25 at ihe Aineri-
. "otel in Bal Harbour.
hers of the Norman Bruce
Auxiliary who will run for
'' partment posts include Mrs.
wart/, now serving as pa-
triotic instructor, seeking the of-
fici of chaplain: and past auxili-
ary, president, Mae SchrMber, seek-
inc the office of department guard.
Mrs Swartz was instrumental in
bringing to the department the
1971 national trophy in public
relations Mrs. Schreiber ha
=rr\ed as program chairman and
na-- cochaired several special func-
tions for the r>"St and auxiliary.
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Nineteen past presidents of
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Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity!
were to be honored at the "m-
bers Restaurant Thursday at a
7:30 p.m. dinner, according to
Howard <-r.ss. a busim ss m fet-
ing and entertainment prograni
will follow the dinner.
Morton Kirsch has been pro-
moted to "Owners' representa-
tive," according to Dan ami Ban.
nett Lifter, coowners of the
Marco Polo Hotel.
ft tfr fc
Herbert L. Weiner, CLU of
8620 SW 48th St., has marked
his I5th year with the Home
Life Insurance Company, New
York. Ranking 11th in the na-
tional sales force. Mr. Weiner
is a life an.-: qualifying member
of the industry's Million Dollar
Round Table. He has been se-
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cil seven times, and is a mem-
ber of the 197: and 1972 Presi-
dent's Council Summit, Hjme
Life's highest honor group.
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Circuit Court Judge Milton A.
Friedman will be '.he main
speaker and installing officer at
the executive lodge B'nai B'rith
installation luncheon in the
Montmartre Hotel Friday noon.
His topic will be "My Experi-
ences on the Bench."
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About .'00 woun 'd veterans
were guests ..'. M!ami B"ach
Elks Lolge 1 '')! at a 'audeville
show Diit on by tiv.' Elks at fie
VA Hospital last week. David
Drurker is exalted ruler.
a -h a
Dr. Leonard Haber, Miami
Beach councilman, lias been
named by Got. R-ubhi Askew
to the Florida Host Committee
for the 1972 Democratic Na-
tional Convention.
a a t>
Mr. and .Mrs. Nat Lotipus have
chosen South Florida as their
new home and are now settled
in Surfside, The eouule is origi-
nally from Philadelphia where
Mr. I.oupus was known for his
expert repairing and refinishing
of upholstering and his ability to
restore antiques. He hoi es to
establish himself here doing the
same type of creative work.
United Order of True Sisters. Miami No- 43, has again con-
tributed $5,000 to Variety Children's Hospital. Shown dur-
ing presentation ceremonies at their recent donor lunchecn
in the Eden Roc Hotel are Mrs. Joseph Barchan, (left) Lau-
rence M. Lurie, executive director of the hospital, guest
speaker, and Mrs. Louis Gillman retiring president of the
group.
NCSY Dinner Attracts 150
Some 150 adults and children at-
tended the second annual dinner
of the Golden Chapter of the Na
t ional Conference of Syria1; :gu
Youth at Young Israel of Greater
Miami recently. Procoxls from
the event will benefit Torah edu-
cation in the Southeastern United
States and the cause of Soviet
lew ry,
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Kipnis, vice president of the campaign for the Women's
Division, who was the guest speaker; Rona (Mrs. Allan)
Bennett., Judith (Mrs. Sherwood) Weiser and Mrs- Silberman.
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Temple Zion School Picnic I *" *"*? f" ?*rbtfue **""
' ... will ho nv.iilahlc. All other ood-i
I.mplcZion Sunday Soho.;l will ,,, ,)(i brough) by Ih,,:0 ttend-
hold its annual picnic Sunday al in,. Th(,lv wi ^ pianned activi.
Robert Kin- High Park, 7400 W. ties from 10 a.m. to _' p.m. with
Flakier St. The Men's Club will prizes foi all winners.
Pe.egcles from the Greater Miami Section
lc the Southern District, National Council of
(wish Women convention in Memphis.
Ter.r... gathered at the final banquet for
scrr.e relaxation aiter a week of business
pjeftingt, plenaries, and workshops. Tlie
delegates and alternates pictured are, from
;o right, (seated) Mrs. Morris Futernick,
Mrs. Judy Gilbert, Mrs. Philip Bloom, Mrs.
Julius Friedman and Mrs. Norman Cohan;
(standing) Mrs. Alan Stoler, Mrs. Maurice
Green, Mrs. Jack Thaw, Mrs. Harry Gold-
Mrs. Marvin Sheldon, Mrs. Irving Wexlei,
berg. Mrs. Harry Garfield, Mrs. Ben Kazaa,
Mrs. Harry Tamarkin, and Mrs Michael
Goldstein.
Mrs Ivan Kaplin, seated center, is the newly
stalled president of the Woman's Corps
o: r.e Papanicolaou Cancer Research Insti-
i at Miami. Flanking Mrs. Kaplin, (from
are immediate past president Mrs. Harry
Cv .Ian, Dr. Ralph Jack, president of the fa-
st .::e's board of directors, Dr. Julius Schultz,
c.t-ctor. and Mrs. Harry Claire, vice presi-
dent Standing, (left to right) are Mrs. Jean
I" en, Mrs. Yvonne B. Weekes, Mis. Jeo-
nette A. Massari, and Mrs. Lester Perle, vice
presidents, Mrs. Carol Reizen, financial sec-
retary, Mrs Robert Shakespeare, vice presi-
dent. Mrs. Abe King, corresponding secre-
tary, and Miss Sylvia Stein, recording secre-
tary. At "the installation held at the Fcn-
tainebleau Hotel, May 13 the ceremonies
were conducted by Miami Beach Council-
man Jerome Greene, and Mrs. Capian pre-
sented a check for S67.250 to Dr. Schuliz.
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vJewist ncridHfor
Friday, May 26,
bituarfcs
Services Held For
Victim of Shootout
TEL AVIV (JTA) Funeral
sen-ices were held Sunday for Mrs.
Miriam Holtzberg. 22, who was
fatally wounded in the May 10 gun
battle aboard a hijacked Sabena
airliner at Lydda Airport. Repre-
sentatives of Sabena Airlines. El
Al, Lydda Airport and the Israeli
Armed Forces attended the funer-
al and laid wreaths on the grave.
Mrs. Holtzberg, the only passen-
ger to die as the result of the
shootout, was hit when she re-
portedly stood up suddenly in the
plane as Israeli paratroopers be-
gan the action to liberate its 90
passengers and 10 crew members
who were being held hostage by
Palestinian terrorists.
ACKERMAN, Helen. 71. 542 Jeffer-
son Ave., M.B. Newman.
CALISOFF, Rudolph. 64. 18900 N K.
Srd Ct.. Riverside.
CLEINMAN, Resale. 82, 1000 West
Ave., M B. Blaabei,:
CYLINDER. Tetta. 74, 2980 Point
East Dr.. N.M.B. Blasberg.
GOODMAN. Samuel, 75, UK Drexel
Ave., M.B. Newman.
PORTNEY, Bertha, 70. 100 Kings Pt.
Dr.. N.M.B. Blasberg.
PRICE, Ada, 61, 7501 E. Treasure
Dr., North Bay Village Riverside.
SCHWARTZ. Jack. 63. of North
Miami. Riverside.
BECKER. Helen E. 68 of Miami.
Riverside. Interment Star of David
BERKOWITZ, Hannah, 86. 1255 N.E.
135th St.. N. M. Gordon
GOLDSCHEID Max, 7S, of M.B.
Riverside. Interment Mt. Sinai
SCHINDLER.my,H T
8CHINDLER. Harry. 69. 1685 Collins
Ave., M.B. Newman. Interment
Mt. Nebo.
KAUFMAN, Leon. 73. of MB.
Riverside. Interment Mt. Nebo
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Personalized Memorials Custom
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SOLOMON. David. 55. of M.B.
Riverside,
BOYAH, Phillip, .'.7. of N.M.B
Riverside.
BUSBY. Duane W., 2". 51 Pennana
Dr.. Hialeah. Gordon. Interment
Mt. Nebo.
DANWIT, Daniel D., 62. of South
Miami. Riverside. Interment Star
of David.
FOX, Sarah, 85, of Miami. Riverside.
MARKS. Esther. 72, 1861 N.W. 8th
Ave. Riverside.
RIPPA, Mooe, 75, of M.B. Riverside.
SCHMISEL, Anna. 65. 16701 N.E.
13th Ave. Riverside.
SIGAL, Myer. 74. 541 16th St., M.B.
Riverside.
SLUCHAK. Morris, 65, of Miami.
Riverside.
STEINE, Minerva. 83. 910 West Ave..
M.B. Gordon. Interment Mt. Nebo.
CAINE, Alice, 75, of Bay Harbor
Islands. Riverside.
HOWARD. Karl. 59, 9256 Byron Ave.,
Surfside. Riverside.
KLAPPER, Rose F., 79,of N.M.B.
Riverside.
| LAPIDES. Lester, 10295 Collins Ave.,
Hal Harbour.
j MERRITT, Robert M.. 55. of M.B.
Riverside. Interment Mt. Nebo.
j BARUCH, Evelyn D., 70, of M.B.
Riverside.
BERKOWITZ, Herman. 66. of Miami.
Riverside.
DIAMOND. Nathan. 79, 711 16th St..
M.B. Riverside.
GRUBER, Pearl D., 70. of M.B.
Riverside. Interment Mt Nebo.
KATZ, Sam. 89, of Miami. Riverside.
LIFKOWITZ. Abe. 78. 334 Washing-
ton Ave.. M.B. Riverside.
MALKAN, Samuel, 73, 6055 Indian
Creek Dr.. M.B.
NATHAN. Bennle. 77. 2990 S.W. 17th
St. Gordon
RUBLOFF. Jennie. 76, 3321 S.W. 27th
Ter. Gordon.
STERN, Alvin, 69, of Miami. River-
side. Interment Mt. Sinai.
COHEN. Dora, 75. 16701 N.E. 14th
Ave. Riverside.
DOM PH. Herman. 87. 540 West Ave.,
M.B. Riverside.
EICHENBAUM, Samuel. 75. 619 Me-
ridian Ave.. M.B. Riverside.
EISNER. Betty, 65. 2175 N.E. X70th
St.. N.M.B. Riverside.
GARFINKLE, Benjamin, 76. 10120
S.W. 102nd Ave. Blasberg.
KADARAUCH. John, 80, 920 Euclid
Ave., M.B. Riverside.
LIGHT, Rachel P., 55. of Miami.
Riverside. Interment Star of David.
REINSCHREIBER, Estelle. of M.B.
Riverside.
SHERMAN. Sarah. 77. 1441 Lincoln
Rd.. Mil. Riverside.
WELS. Judith. 74. of MB. Riverside.
BERGMAN. David, 92. of Miami.
BRUNO. Ruth Kaufman, 73, 4121
Indian Creek Dr., M.B. Riverside.
FELS. William. 78. 122" Alton Rd.,
M.B. Riverside.
KATZ. Sam. 89. 6431 S.W. 63rd Ter.
Riverside.
KLEIN. Herman. 77. 9080 N.E. Srd
Ct.. N.M.B. Newman.
MORGENSTERN. Morris. 94. 635
11th St., JIB. Riverside.
RUDGES. I,ouis. 77, 2301 Collins Ave..
MB. Riverside.
RUSSAK. Isaac, 87. 634 Washington
Ave.. MB. Newman.
SILVERMAN. Molly, 74. 2335 Pine
Tree Dr., M.B. Riverside.
BELLER. Beatrice. 64, 1605 Miami
Gardens Dr.. N.M.B. Gordon.
BRECHER. William. 72. 2930 Point
East Dr., N.M.B. Gordon.
CASHER. Esther. 68, 240 76th St.,
M.B. Newman.
GALLUS. Emil. 87. 1126 Ocean Dr..
M.B. Gordon. Interment Mt. Nebo.
GRANT. Max. 75. 1530 N.E 197st
St.. N.M.B. Riverside.
GROSSMAN, Homer S.. of M.B.
Riverside.
GROSTAVE, I#onard, 74, of Miami.
Riverside. Interment Star of David.
HELLER, Man.lel. 84. 536 Washing-
ton Ave.. M.B. Gordon.
THALL. Daniel. 80, 1096 Bav Dr..
M.B. Riverside.
wOLFF. Irving, 76. 540 West Ave.,
M.B. Newman.
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LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTlct
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-9442
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IX RE: The Marriage of
RHHARD PEACOCK.
Husband,
and
CONNIE PEACOCK.
Wife.
TO: CONNIE PEACOCK
55100 Fer Road
Meshaw Aka, Indiana
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it
on JOEL D. ROBRISH. attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 2825 Oak
Avenue. Suites 15 & 16. Coconut
Grove. Florida, and file the original
With the clerk of the above styled
court on or before June 19th. 1972:
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded
in the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
9th day of Ma v. 1972
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade Countv. Florida
By N A. HEWETT
As Denuty Clerk
(Circuit Court Seall
JOEL D. ROBRISH
MIS Oak Avenue. Suites 15 & IS
Coconut Grove. Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
5'12-19-26 6'2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ESTHER ANTHONY AND ASSOCI-
ATES at 215 Zamora Avenue, Coral
ables. Florida Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida
,.. ESTHER ANTHONY
MEYER M BRILLIANT
Attorney for Applicant
5/26 6/2-9-16
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1722
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of__
RONALD H. GOODMAN
Tit" < t* u ** d
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate*
You are hereby notified and re-
quired fr. present any claim* and- de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of RONALD H. G ><>!>-
the estate or n\j.-\i\i*v '"->-
MAN deceased late of Dade County.
Florida to the Coucity Judges of Dade
Countv, and Tile the same In duplicate
and as provided In Section 733.16.
Florida Statutes, In their offices hi
the Cout.ty Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
Dated at Miami. Florida, this SO
day of April, AD. 1972.
RHODA GOODMAN
As Executrix
First publication of thte notice on
the 5 day of May. 1972.
Myers, Kaplan, Porter, Levinson &
Kenln
Attorneys for Executrix
Suite 304 1150 S.W. First Street
.'. 5-12-19-26
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NO. 72-9447
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In Re the Marriage of:
EARNEST HEATH, husband.
TO: EARNEST HEATH
Rt. 1. Box 59
Norwood, Georgia
YOU ARE HEREBY notified that
a Dissolution of Marriage has been
riled against you. and vou are herebv
required to serve a copy of vour an-
swer or other pleading to the Petition
HOrJ.- WLfe"B 2*,,orney ''ESTER
KU(jfc.KS. whose address is 1454 N \y
'IP Aven.ue- Miml, Florida 33125
? ,h"6 ,.,he orl*ln<" h the Clerk
of the above styled Court, on or be-
rw..lue 1?,,,h,_day of Ju"*- J"2 or a
WVJJU,*"1. be entered against vou
DATED this 9th day of Mav 197'
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court
in, .. SY: N' A HEWETT
(Circuit Court Seal)
________ 6/12-19-26 6/2
'2 THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
DADE, FLORIDA
. CASE NO. 72-8817
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
JOSE A. LINARES
"i'?15,^"' PETITIONER. AND,
ANA ESTRADA LINARES.
WIFE, RESPONDENT
vrvr N?T,CE TO DEPEND
YOU. ANA ESTRADA LINARES
n..i ple(1rasv Mmas, Camaguey
?haAar?,r,'ou.'r,'d to ">e Answer to
with t ,i0n,tFOj; Marrla*e dissolution,
with the Clerk of this Court and
H"V%JL rI" 'hereof upon J. c Ijui".
f'. "_WM> West Flag'ler Street "b-
^'riaS3^^^^
a^n1sV,'%DKFAl'LT "' "e entered
Dated: 27 April 1972.
E. B. l.,-a'h,-i-in in. C'crk
_ By: R. If, K1SSEE
fr-ir.SfT5' ?,Srk- clroui' Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
.________ 6/S-12-19-26
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. 72-9078
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
GERALD JACK OPPENHETM.
Husband,
and
JUDITH OPPENHEIM,
Wife.
TO: JUDITH OPPENHEIM
c/o Ptashek
19 Abeel Street
Yonkers. NY. 10705
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any to It on
MICHAEL P. CHASE, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 1900 S.W.
Third Avenue, Miami, Florida 33129.
and file the original with the clerk
of the above styled court on or be-
fore June 9. 1972: otherwise a de-
fault will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the complaint
or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami, Florida on
this 3 day of May, 1972.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade Countv, Florida
By C. P. COPELAND
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
MICHAEL P. CHASE
1900 S.W. Third Avenue
Miami. Florida 33129 (854-0115)
Attorney for Petitioner
5 5-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDe,,
.. FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name o"
Garcla-Exeavation. Fin & clean t
SU 4n !& H,nlpah- *taSHB .o
register said name with the rierk of
Florida' C"Urt f Dade Cou"'
Gllberto de J. Garcia
owner
_________ 6/5-12-19-26
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1300
Arthur W. Primm
_ NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
MANES MOROKNEK
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of MANES MOROKNEK
deceased late of Dade Countv, Flor-
ida, to the (ounty Judges of Dade
County, and file the same In dupli-
i'lJ .?"''.aR 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 flr--t
be Wed" Mf' r ,he "" ""'
dayS,"-!..'!' n"'i^rida- U,1S 27th
AN'.VMTTA WISE
As Administratrix
HENRY NORTON "
iV^'n,Py f"r Administratrix CT.\
1406 Blsrayne Building
Miami. Florida
___________ 5'5-12-19-26
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE Sen
IN AND FOR 1
DADE COUNTY. FLORloJ
IN PROBATE *
No. 72-2089
ARTHUR W. PRIMM i
, ,.NSTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of u"s|
SARAH KLINGENSTKI\
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persona
lug Claims or Demands Aeain.
Estate: 'Kama
Ytm are hereby notified J
quired to present any claims i
mands which you mav have
the estate of BARAH KII*3
STEIN deceased late of Dade,
Florida, to the Countv iudi
Dade County, and file the Ml
duplicate and as provided in
733.16, Florida Etta.tu.tes, ,n thj
flees In the Countv i.-.,urih,f
Dade County, Florid.-, "o-'fl
calendar months from the tin
the first publication hereof
same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida thiJ
day of April, AD. 1972 '
NATHAN SHANE
As Executor
First publication of this notfcJ
the 5th day of Mav 17J
BAXTER A FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Executor
1875 N.E 163rd Street, N M I! pu
r> 's-ii-u
NOTICE BY PUBLICATIOnI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF tI
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUl
OF FLORIDA IN AND FORl
DADE COUNTY. I
N CHANCERY, NO 72-87M
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
In re: MARRIAGE OF:
NORMA JAY BUTLER,
Wife,
-and-
CHARLE8 A. O. BtTTLBR,
Husband.
TO: CHARLES A. O. BIJTI.ER
(Residence Unknown)
You. CHARLES A. O BUTtl
are hereby notified that a Bll
Complaint for Divorce has been
against you, and you are requ
Jo serve a copy of your Anawes
Pleading to the Bill of Complain!
the Plaintiffs attorney, MARK Cl
PER, 232 Security Trust lluildii
East Flagler Street. Miami. Fh
33131 and file the original Answt
Pleading in the office of the fieri
the Circuit Court on or before U
day of June. 1972. If you fall ta
so. judgment by default will be ij
against you for the relief demari
In the Bill of Complaint
This notice shall be published q
each week for four consecutive vl
In THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
_DONB AND ORDERED at MlJ
Florida, this 28 day of April A.D
E. B. LBATHKRMAN. Clerk,
Cirrcuit Court, Dade Countv Florl
By: R. M. KISSKF.
, Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
MARK CASPER
232 Security Trust Building
119 East Flagler Street
Miami, Florida 33131
Attorney for Plaintiff
6/5-12-1?-
NOTICE UNDER
..FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN t-
the undersigned, desiring to eiiuairel
r.^i"';?.KH un,,er the fictitious -..im-sl
SW. S.,VHICHI- CHICHI. STAB
BANANINA at number 2381
flagler St.. In the City of Mia
Honda, Intends to register the
names with the Clerk of the fired
l Dated at Miami, Florida, this 2M
day of April. 1972.
THE STAR DOMINICAN
PRODUCTS, INC.
by, T. R. LLERENA,
Resident Agent
6/3-1M9-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72.2111
w JOHN R. BLANTON
in RE:XaCeEoT CRED'TR*
MARY VBR1N MARCUS
Deceased.
in'iA^!n?.di^r?^an,, AJ' Arsons Ha-
Eaute Demands Against Said
- Tou. .arf "erehy notified and re.
2SI3S '" ',r'',enl "> claims and de
mands which you may have against
m t^^9.TJ.CE 0F *CTION
iT!JLSiS?0,T COURT OF THE
ELEVE_NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
_ f_FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
72-94SU
PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
T r, ^ OF MARRIAGE
In Re: The Marrlnire o,"
y^ANOR G. THOMAS.
Wife,
and
JOHN THOMAS
Husband.
TO: JOHN THOMAS
16 Convent Avenue
Anartment No 5
r- Xe^UY"rk- -N'ew York
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S C0UR
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-357 (Primm)
i_ n,.N.?TICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
PAUL R. CIANCI
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hi
lug Claims or Demands Against Si
Estate:
You are hereby notified and r
quired to present any claims ind d
mands which you mav have again
the estate of PAUL R. I'lAWI d
ceased late of Dade Countv. Florid
to the County Judges of Dade t'oun'
and file the same In duplicate a
as provided in Section 733 16. Flnrl
Statutes. In their offices In thl I "U
ia L'ourthouse In Dade County. Flo
'" 'lthln six calendar months fro
the time of the first publication hen
of. or the same will be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this S7I
day of Anrll. A.D. 1972.
JOSEPHINE T. CIANCI
As Executrix
rirst publication of this notice oi
the 3 day of Mav. 1972.
JACK J. TAPPER
Attorney for Executrix
1700 N.W. 7 Street
5/5-12-1?-!*
the estate of MART VBR1V MAR oriidn.i I ""' F1or"la an'1 s K
g'S.deceased late of Dade CointV of fee of n,She'""r-.0rtPlead,n in tK
Florida, to the County Judges ofTtaX r,,et ~ h\ 9,w* of the Circuit
County.ana fiIe YmSn^'&R w' ,^ ,f ^r. .1^ \9th '
"euntfob? 5g#S^&"3?;
BIM ofComhpUin"ef '"** '" the
By. N. A. HEWETT
[Circuit Cour^,) **
MAX P ENOBI,
rmT^iortda^r-8"'''"-"
County, and -file" the' SST^^.
t2 Can^-a',oPr0vMed ln Hection 733 -
} .?oria S,"t",8. In their offices
J" ,h.e Countj- Courthouse m Dad!
mZlh^ C52*k wr,h,n calendar
mo"ths from the time of the first
sttssrhereof- r ,he "5 w'V.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 27th
day of April, A.D. 1972 ,n
LEON JAROSLAW
As Executor
rJY3 pub1,.V,a,lon of this notice on
the 5 day of May. 1972
KURT WEUJSCH
Attorney for LEON JAROSI^AW
Executor .
167 Almeria Avenue,
Coral Gables. Pla.
B/5-12-19-H
--- '"1 ni.I .1,1 I .!
Attorney for Plaintiff
5/12-19-28 6/;
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S C0UR1
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No: 7S-2217
, NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
LILLIAN LEHMAN
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons HarH
ing Claims or Demands Against Saifl
Estate:
Tou. are hereby notified and r-b
quired to present any claims and mands which you may have agoinMI
the estate of 1JI.LIAN LEHMAN
ceased late of Dade County. Florida.!
to the County Judges of Dade Countf.l
and file the same in duplicate and "I
provided In Section 733.16, Florittl
Statutes. In therr offices in the fnun-l
ty Courthouse in Dade County. Flor-I
Ida. within srx calendar months (roml
the time of the first publication here-1
of. or the same will be barred .1
Dated at Miami, Florida, this I "'I
of May, AJ>. 197t.
MARK 8. LEHMAN'
As Administrator I
. First publication of this notice oa |
the 5 day of May. 1972.
Harry Ztakernick
Attorney for Administrator _
420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Fit-.
6/5-12-l?-


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Over 300 immigrants Ircm the Soviet Union, Poland.
Romania, Lebanon, Egypt, Syria, India and other na-
:ons who came to Ameiican shores during the last
year ti j-ough United Hias Service were ir. the audience
c: the worldwide Jewish migration agency's 88th an-
nual meeting in New York recently. Above are 18
young people from many lands who took part in
ihe event. Miss Ann Rabinowitz. United Hias Service
pre-emigration director, is at far right and Miss Rose
Epstein. United Hias caseworker, stands next to her.
Members of a Soviet family who arrived in the United
States just two days before the meeting are sh^wn as
they were presented at the meeting. Leova Oksensztejn,
Etllia, his wife; their children, Roman. 4, and Bron-
islawa, 8; and Mr. and Mrs. Josif Berkovitch, Mrs.
Oksensztejn's parents came here to join Mrs. Bfeik-
ovitch's sister, Mrs. Isidor Wasserman, of the Bronx,
N.Y. Behind them on the dais are (left to right) Harcld
Friedman, president (partially hidden); Gayncr I.
Jacobson, executive vice president, and Miss Barbara
M. Watson, administrator cf the Bureau of Securi'y
end Consular Affairs of the U.S. State Department,
a guest of honor.
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\\ Phil Sahl (right) is shown accepting a plague from the City
* of Miami Beach Personnel Board recognizing his service
k as chairman of the board in 1971-72. At left is Allen Gold-
bera, the new chairman.
Marshall Wise
Will Be Honored
Upon Retirement
Marshall Wisp, district marianor
of the downtown Miami Social Se-
curity Administration office, re-
tires June ,".(i al'i.-r 36 years in
Federal Service.
Mr. Wise has made his home in
Dade County sine iw;>9. Shortly
after his arrival in Miami, Mr.
Wise was selected by HEW Sec-
retary Abraham Ribiooff to or-
ganize and operate the Cuban
Refugee Center.
He returned to the Social Se-
curity office in 19o.'l, but was
.main selected to direct the Cuban
Rel'iiRce Center and help organize
and operate the airlift in 1965.
Mr. Wise, who returned to the
Social Security operation in 1966
and has remained there since, will
be honored June 16 at a dinner
in the Algiers Hotel.
Russians Second
To Moroccans In
Israeli Arrivals
Students from Russia are now
the sp ond largesl immigrant
group in Vi.ii!h Aliyali facilities
ie 1 aael, in' B mi I n lo a new Hal assail sur-
vey.
V .i ith Aliyah i- the child rescue
rehabilitation movement which
cares for 12.000 wards annually
in its residential and all-daj care
centers in Israel,
I'
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-9471
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN UK: 'I'll. Marriag .a
(JLEN.N A. STKOM, Husband,
a 11.1
I'll Kl: VI. A, STKOM. Wife.
TO: CHERYL A. STIt" >M,
i l?2 Pittsburgh, .'!.".
i'citflffffjanla. '" ".....
Ynl ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai nil action I'm- Dissolution of Mar-
tiagc haH lit-i-n filed against you ami
you are required in serve a copy nl
your written defense*, if any, i n
.....I RUSH fc BEROER, attorney* foi
Petitioner, whose address is 420 Lin-
coln Road, .Miami Beach, Florida, ami
file the original with the clerk of the
aliove styled court mi or before June
II. 1972: otherwise n default "ill be
entered against you for the relief de-
manded in ih,- complaint i>r petition.
WITNESS my hand anil (he Heal
of sail! eniirl at .Miami, Plorldu Ml
this :i day of May, l!>7i'.
E. i:. I.EATHKRMAX.
Ah Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
Uy I.. BNEEDEN
As Deputj Clerk
(Clrcull Court Sen!)
SV12.19.26 I '-
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-9500
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IV RE:
ANIMAL PACHECO.
Husband,
mi
i ',
Th.
made
report on Russian children
by i>r. .Men- Got teaman.
Otlfl
k for f TIIK JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand .> ii the
educational direct.,, ol Youth All- rday'ooiay im""' tnuMm
bv Mrs. Max' H.'LEATHERMAX,
A Clerk, Clrcull Court
Matzkin Hadassah Youth Aliyah Hade County. Florida
Uy c I' ii IPELAXD
nationel chairman. Hadassan is1 Ah Deputy Clerk
.. _., i (fir. nil Court Hi al)
the principal contributing agency sidm-> Kfronson
the United'6" A,,M"' iMMiw
RAFAEI.A I'.VCHK
war..,
TO: RAFAEI.A PACHEC" I
Renldi in i ttnknov, n
YOC ARE HEREBY XOTIFIEIi
thai an action f i- DIhhoIuII....... Mar-
riage has been filed against you iin.l
you are required in Herve a co|> vein- written defenses, If any, to ii on
Sidney Kfronson-, attorney for I fi- ,,; ;-.. ,-:,,
whose address is 012 Atnsley L Flnt
Building, Miami, Florida 12132, and MARIO F FONTEl -V
Me the orlgiuri with the clerk ol die !t'.t-i2-19-M
above ityled courl on or before Jun. M 16. 1972; ntherwis, a default will bo Fir-/,?ir,nf waiSI i .,
entered nirali -a von I..,- it,......ll.a a FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
mainlVd du.1 ,mLl,,,;":',!::,!,i?,n" I .TK'K IS HEREBY (1IVKN that
Thi- notlci shall he published
each
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY tllVK.X that
the undersigned, desiring lo engage in
business under the fictitious name t>f
TONY'H Ci:i.l.Ali. INC. d h a MIL-
l.V'S Ml'O A: OOBLET hi 1680 Coral
Way, Miami. Fla. intend.- to ri
sold name with the Clerk of ihe Cir-
euit Court ol bade County, Florida.
TONY'S CELLAR, INC. i
t, Florida corporation \
MIRIAM IIECKEKMAN
Al liariiey for amdi. nut '
Miami, Fla.
s :i-i2-in-2fl
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2055
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: KM.-ii. of
JACOB FOX
Deceased,
T.. All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claim.- or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You ore hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
ihe estate of JACOB FOX deceased
late of Imde County, Florids, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same in duplicate and ns pro-
vided In Seetion TSS.16, Florida Stat-
utes, in their nffb-rH in the County
Courthouse in Dad.- County, Florida,
iviihin six calendar months from the
time of the first publilcaiion hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated al Miami, Florida, this 1 day
of May, A. 11. 1!'7l'.
EDITH FOX
As Executrix
Flrsl publication of this notli
the ". day of Mae. ifi;.1,
JOSEPH SCHMIER
Attorney for Estate
.ii.'. Lincoln Road, .Miami Beach, Fin.
: 5-12-1! t
NOTICE UNDEH
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREKY fHVEN that
!l n.....' i Igned, desiring t.. enfrag) In
u ut tlei I i ,'iiiions name '
l">\" yriXTE OALLERY, DON
yl'lJOTK OALLERY al 2441 M.W.
Itli Sti. i, Miami. Fla. Intends to
later said name with the Clerk
Court of Dade CountyR
on
Weeks
Pill of
i lie-
j ah. was release:
to Youth Aliyah in
Staus and the largest single vv >rld
donoi
As of October 1971, there were
:>0u Russian students in Youth
Aliyah, with a steady increase as
immigration from Russia continues.
Miami. Florida 33112 377-fifisa
Attorney for Petitioner
B/12-19-2H i: 2
IN
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
bu-iiiess under the fietitious name of
THE CCTLEII CLl'B, INC. d I. a
THE CUTIJCR CLUB nl Miami. Dade
County, Florida, Intends lo register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida,
THE CCTLER CLUB, 1N<\
Rafael B. ix>rle. President
HARRIS A SIRKIN, P A
Attorneys for Applicant
I2lh Floor Dade Federal Bldg,
.Miami, Florida 33131
,. 5 12-19-28
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
72-8623
In Re: Tie Marriage of
PAI'L M. BLOOMOAHDEN,
husband,
and
DIANE BL< lOMOARDEN,
wife.
NOTICE OF ACTION
Tl I: DIANE BLOOMOARDEN
Apt. Ii"1"'
:,:-, Hawthorne Place
Chicago, Illinois 6or,7
YOl' ARE NOTIFIED thai an ae-
tion tor Dissolution of Marriage lias
been filed agnlitHi you and you nn
r.. of your writ-
ten defenses, if any, lo it on Philip
Bloom, attomej for Petitioner whose
address i.- 1121 City National Bank
lluililiiiir. Miami. Florido 33130, on or
before June :.. |72, and file Ihe origi-
nal with the Clerk of this Courl either
before service on Petitioner's attor-
ney or Immediately thereafter: other-
wise a default will I......i.r.-rl against
you for the relief demanded in the
Petition.
WITNICSS my hand and the s.al
of ilii.- Court on April :'7. 1872,
i: R LEATHRRMAN,
as Clerk Of said Court
By: C. P CQPELAND
as Deputy Clerk
(Court seal)
S 5-12-19-38
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2314
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Bstnie of
MARRY SMILEY
Deo asetl
I'.. Ml Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to in, s.ni any claims and de-1
maud- which you may have ngalnsl
the estate of HARRY SMILEY de-
ceased taie of Dade County, Florida,
lo the Count} Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate an.I as
provided In Section 733.1)1, Florida
Statutes, In their offlees in tile Coun-
ty Courthouse in Had,- County. Flor-
Ida, within six calendar months from
the tin'.-.a the first publication here.
of, or the same ill he barred
I luted al Miami, Florida Mils :> da.
of May. A.D, l!72.
LEAH SMILEY
Ai- Executrix
Flrsl publication of this notice nn
the 1-' day of May. W72.
H iSKl'M SCHMIER
Attorney for Estate
HAS Lincoln Road
Miami Reach, Florida
T. I r>31-582ti
r. I'J-Ri-ji: i. 2
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business imder the fictitious name
of STARDUST APARTMENTS at
number ;i|" Collins Avenue, in the
City of Miami Beach, Florida, Intend
to register the said name with the
CU-rk of the Clrcull Court of Dade
County, Florida.
Dated at Miami. Florida, tlii-
da) "i May, 1972.
Jack Harris
l.u.y Harris
It.-n Kis, nnersj
Pauline Eisenberg, Ins w |fe
So w art Bloom
R.nata Bloom, his wife
David Bloom
(Catherine Bloom, his if,-
ARONOVITJS, SILVER ti BOOTH
Attorneys for Applicants
n Alnsley BuildlnK
Miami. Florida 33132 I
5/I--RI-2C C '2 .
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2090
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
HENRY PEKLMAX
llee. used,
To All Creditors .m.\ All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Againsl Bald
Estate
You are hereby notified and r:--
quireil to present any claims and de-
mands uhieh you may have against
the .state of HENRY PERLMAN,
deceased Inte of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to th. County Judges of Dade
''ouuty, and file the same in duplicate
and as provided in Seetion 733.16,
Florida Statutes, in their office* In
Hie County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within sis calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
Dated nl Miami. Florida, this 26th
il.a of April A.D. IH7B.
HARVEY BAXTER
As Exet utoi
First nuhllentlon of this .....lea "n
the .-.tl. day of May, 1973
BAXTER & FRIEDMAN
Attorneys for Executor or Ihe Estate
of Henry Perlmnn
l-T". N E 163rd si
North Vl'm' leach, Florida
:. :. 13-19-26
ATTORNEYS!
ATTENTION
FOR MESSENGER SERVICE
f.len>i${i ffrridfi&r)
solicits your legal notices
Weappreciateyour
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at ideal
rates.
Dial 373-4605
NOTICE OF AC I ION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR NOTICE OF ACTION
DADE COUNTY. CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-9472 (NO PROPERT'',
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
OF MARRIAGE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN RE: The Mnrrlnire of OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
IIIAI.EAH MIAMI W AND/. II. A K", DADE COUNTY.
Wife. CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-9i>14
and ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
MICHAEL HARRY WANDZrLAK, OF MARRIAGE
Musi.and IX RE:
TO: MICHAEL HARRY ALBA MA.\l"i:i..\ RIVERA wife
W.WDZH.AK and
1"44 X. Carnett Btreel : H'l.lo RIVERA. Husband
Henderson, North Carolina TO .in.in RIVERA
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED idence unknown)
that an action for Dissolution of Mar- | YOC ARE HEREBY NilTIFTKD
rlage has been filed against you and thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
you arc required to nerve a copy of | rlage has been filed against you and
your written defenses, If any, lo it you are retiuired to serve a copy of
on Paul Kwirney, attorney for Petl- your written defenses, if any, to It on
tloner. whose address is Kwitnej ft ALBERT Wll.KXSK V. attorney for
k'roon. i'.mi li......in Road, Miami Bench, Petitioner, whose address is lmi Con-
Florida, and file the original with j cord ISuildiuc, Miami. Florida, and
the clerk of the above styled couri j file the origlnnl with the clerk of th
on or before H June, iptl' : otherwls.
a default will he entered BKainst you
for the r.-iiei demanded In the com-
pl.iinl or petition.
'rins notice shall be published once
each week for four wvnsecutlv* weeks
in TIIK JEWISH FI/HtlDlAN
UITXKSS. my' blind and the seal
Of said CAUrl at Miami, Florida Oil
this :i dny of .May. 1072.
K. It. I43ATHERMAN.
As i lerk, Cireuil Court
l ade County, Florida
By I. SNERDEX
As Deputy Cl.-rk
(Circuit Courl Seal i
- Paul Kwitney
Kwltney .< Kroor,
4'.'ii Lincoln Ml.. Miami Beach. Fla.
Attorney for petitioner
5 12-19-26 li. 2
nbove styled court on or before June,
10. IW72: otherwise a default will he
entered agaltlBl you for the relief de-
manded in the complainl or petition
This notice shall he published once
each wek for four consecutive #eek
in THE JEWISH FLORID I IX
WITNESS my h:id and the scnl of
said court at Miami, Florids on tin*
t <\:i\ ol Ma\ 1672
i: B. LEATHRRMAN,
As Clerk. Cireuil Court
Dad.- County, Florida
By I! M. K1SSKF '
As Deputy n.'tk
(Cireuil C.Hirt S.:,lt
A I ItKRT WII-BNBKY
11*4 Concord Paiildin-
Miami. I'lorirta
Attorney for Petitioner 1
5 12-19-26 6 2


/age 12-B
vJewlstneridian
Friday.
SAVE UP TO 30'ON 2 PKGS.
Sohu& Special?
COPELAND ALL MEAT
WIENERS
AMERICAN KOSHER
FRANKS. KNOCKS
12-OZ.
PKG.
5**W Special'^
TOMATO
KETCHUP
,4-oz.botue
LIMIT 2 PKGS. EITHER BRAND
PIEASE. WITH OTHER
PURCHASES OF$7 OR MORE,
EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
^KMSBBSas-
FOOD FAIR REGULAR or RITZ DIET
FOR YOUR
SHOPPING CONVENIENCE
ALL FOOD MARKETS
WILL BE OPEN
MEMORIAL DAY
MONDAY, MAY 28th
12-OZ.
CANS
FOOD
RED RIPE
CREAMETTES
FAIR
SUPERMARKETS
Stokely Tomatoes 33c Elbow Macaroni 10c
GARDEN FRESH CALIFORNIA
BROCCOLI
TOP QUALITY INDIAN RIVER
GARDEN FRESH
LARGE
.BUNCH
39
Seedless Grapefruit 5 for 49 Salad Tomatoes
BOX
OF 6
29
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6
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CANS
LIMIT TWO 6-PACKS PLEASE WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF $7 OR MORE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
FEATURES EFFECTIVE THRU SUNDAY. MAY 28th
AT ALL FOOD FAIR ( FREDERICH S STORES
EXCLUDING FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKf.'S
TOP U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF
ROAST i.
TOP U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN
Chuck Steak69'
SAVE 15c HEBREW NATIONAL MIDGET,
Salami or Bologna........
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CHUB
SAVE 10c SEASHORES *.. mm
Kosher Pickles ^T 59c
BONUS SPECIAL1 MRS. FILBERT S QUARTERS 0*
MARGARINE 3
l-LB.
PKGS.
SWEETMILK OR BUTTERMILK
Borden's Biscuits
FOOD FAIR FLORIDA FRESH MEDIUM
4 cans 39c Grade 'A' Eggs
DOZEN
(i
LIMIT 1 BAG. PIEASE. WITH OTHER
PURCHASES OF 7. OR MORE.
^EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
t>Q*tU4 SfreCUllf SAVE 20' CHARCOAL
BRIQUETS 20.^79'
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3 QUART $-1
CANS
BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE 6'-BANQUET FROZEN
11-OZ. PKG. SALISBURY. CHICKEN,
TURKEY. CHOPPED BEEF. MEAT LOAF,
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DINNERS
SAVE 20c GORTON'S FROZEN SOLE OR _, __
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Jewish Floridiaia
lorida Friday, May 26, 1972
Section C
SPEAKERS AT NATIONAL FEDERATION OF MEN'S CLUBS CONVENTION
aryland's Gov. Marvin Mandel, keynote
ker, heads the outstanding program
e 43rd annual convention of the Na-
nal Federation of Jewish Men's Clubs
be held at the Carillon Hotel, Miami
ch, Sunday through Thursday. Speak-
s (top row, left to right): Gov. Mandel;
ax Goldberg, Men's Club president;
bbi Irving Lehrman, president Syna-
gogue Council of America, and Jacob
Stein, chairman, Conference of Presidents
of Major American Jewish Organizations.
(Bottom row, left to right): Hon. Yosef
Tekcah, Israel's ambassador to the
United Nations; Rabbi Joel S. Geffen, spir-
itual advisor to the Men's Clubs; Paul
Goldberg, convention chairman, and I.
Murray Jacobs, associate chairman.
-.
.T'
%
m
rd Mrs. Milton E. Lesser (left) join with Dr. and Mis.
nder Libow at the recent Mount Sinai Medical Cen-
|22nd annual Postgraduate-Seminar Dinner-Darce hdd
Fontainebleau Hotel. Dr. Lesser is president of the
r's medical staff; Dr. Libow was chairman of the Ban-
Committee. The three-day seminar attracted 800
cians from all over the country.
i t j
i
Mrs. Gertrude Gaulkin of 111
NE 121st St., recently graduated
summa cum laude from Barry
College, receiving a B.A- de-
gree in sociology and social
work practice. Mrs. Gaulkin,
who was elected to the Delta
Epsilon Sigma National Schol-
astic Honor Society and the Al-
pha Mu Gamma foreign lan-
guage Honor Society, will be-
gin work for her master's de-
gree at the Barry School of
Social Work.
ed at the recent Mount Sinai Medical Center board of
ss meeting are Samuel Friedland, (left) president of
sard; Samuel Heiman, new life trustee; Max Orovitz,
lan of the board, and Aaron Kanner, new life trustee.
- *P
! -V
nt at the recent Mount Sinai Medical Center Develop-
Fund Seminar at the Arlen Beach Apartments were
left to right) William J. Farrell, trust officer of the First
nal Bank of Miami Beach; Dr. Joseph Wells, president
Arlen Beach Social Club, Lloyd Ruskin, president of
ledical Center's sustaining board of fellows, and Col.
furrel Ades, Arlen Beach committee chairman.
Mrs. Leon Henry, immediate
past president of Temple Judea
Sisterhood, turns the gavel over
to Mrs. Bernard Yesner, (left)
who was elected president for
the coming year at the Sister-
hood's general meeting recent-
ly. The installation is scheduled
to take place Wednesday, May
17, in the temple's social hall.
Government Urged To Curb Inflation
JERUSALEM iJTAi Bank of Israel experts, warning that
inflation is still rampant in Israel, urged the government to take
"swift and efficient steps" to curb it in order to avert grave conse-
quences to the economy. The experts advocated the immediate im-
position of an added value tax, and claimed the measure adopter!
by the ministerial economic committee banning mortgages for ex-
pensive duellings was inadequate. The amount of money in circula-
tion is again on the rise, they reported, and inflationary trends are
continuing at an even more rapid pace, jcopaidizing the nation's
Fake Mezzuzas To Be Outlawed
JERUSALEM (JTA) A ministerial committee has been ap-
pointed to work out enforceable legislation outlawing the sale of
fake mezzuzas and other religious paraphernalia. The committee
was assigned the task after Religious Affairs Minister Zerach War-
haftig complained to the Cabinet that unwary tourists were being
sold mezzuzas and phylacteries that do not conform to religious
laws. The i>ortions from the scriptures contained in the religious
objects must be written by hand on prescribed material. Dr. VVar-
haftig explained, and some purchasers have found that the;.' were
reproduced by photo offset instead.
AMA Cosponsoring 1973 Medical Tour
CHICAGO, III. (JTA) The American -Medical Association
and the three principal medical institutions in Israel will cosponsor
a 1973 medical conference in Tel Aviv, it has been announced. The
14-day trip will include scientific presentations by leading Israeli
authorities as well as visits to medical school* and other medical
and research facilities. Dr. Albert B. Sabin. president of the Weiz-
mann Institute of Science, is guest host; participating in the scien-
tific portion of the program will be the Hebrew University-Hadassah
Medical School of Jerusalem and the Tel Aviv University Medical
School. The undertaking marks the AMA's first attempt at co-
sponsoring a formal meeting abroad.
Satellite Operations To Begin July 26
HAIFA (JTAi Israel's first ground satellite station has been
completed and will begin operations July 26, relaying and receiving
communications via commercial satellites, it has been announced.
The establishment of satellite communications will enable Israel to
receive direct television transmissions from overseas. The satellite
station will also carry telex, telephone, radio and press messages
and photographs which are also carried by the undersea cable link-
ing Israel with France.
Vessel Travels 220 Miles To Port 4 Miles Away
TEL AVIV (JTA) The 7.500-ton West German freighter
Hamburger Vliet had to steam 220 miles in order to go from I he
Jordanian port of Aqaba to the Israeli port of Eilat. although they
are only four miles apai'. The vessel, which discharged cargo at
Aqaba, was scheduled to load 7,000 tons of phosphates for Singa- re
at Eilat. The ports, at the head of the Gulf of Aqaba. are within
sight of each other, but Jordanian authorities will not clear a vessel
bound directly for an Israeli port. The Hamburger Vliet was ob-
liged to steam 110 miles down the Gulf to the mouth ol the Straits
of Than, then turn around and steam back again.
Census Stirs Controversy
JERUSALEM (JTA) Israel began taking its first nati"n;:l
census in 11 years this week. The head-count, expected to take ten
days, wili cover only Israeli territory within the boundaries that
existed before the Six-Day War. It is being taken lor statistical and
planning purposes, including housing, hut several thousand ultra-
Orthodox Israelis led by zealots of the Nature! Karta sect, refused
to be counted and spread posters all over Jerusalem urging other
"God-fearing Jews" to do the same. Followers of the Naturoi Karta
have refused to participate in previous censuses and have not ac-
cepted identity cards.
Number Of Delegates To Be Re-examined
JKRUSALF.M iJTAI l he World Zionist Executive this week
adopted a resolution calling for a re-examination of the number of
Israeli delegates to future World Zionist Congresses. Israel has been
assured of an automatic 40'; of the delegates. The allocation of
seats up to now has been on the basis of results of the last Knesset.
elections and is limited to declared Zionist parties. Both standards
are to be revised.
NRP Headquarters Hit By Arsonists
TF.L AVIV (JTA) Police are investigating the latest in a
recent series of arson attempts against the headquarters of the
National Religious Party and various oher NRP properties in the
Tel Aviv area after a fire broke out Monday morning near tanks of
bottled gas in the NRP headquarters cafeteria. It was extinguished
before it could cause serious damage.
Israeli Scientists Invited To Soviet Symposium
JERUSALEM (JTA) Two Israel scientists who are inter-
nationally known for their research on desert farming have been
invited by the Soviet Academy of Sciences to participate in a sym-
posium on the development of arid regions next month in Leningrad
and Dushambe, near the Afghanistan border in Central Asia. Fol-
lowing the scientific sessions, Prof. Michael Even Ari and Prof.
Naphtali Tadmor of the Hebrew University botany department will
be permitted to visit Soviet desert areas.
American Cultural Center Vandalized
JERUSALEM (JTA) Police are investigating vandalism at
the American Cultural Center in which plate glass windows were
smashed and slogans calling for a "Viet Cong victory" and likening
the United States to Nazi Germany were painted on the walls, but
said they had no idea whether the perpetrators were Israelis or
Americans. The Foreign Ministry expressed regrets to the U.S. Em-
bassy over the damage done to American property. There was no
known link between the vandalism and Monday's anti-American
demonstration outside the Cultural Center by about 60 left-wing
SIAH, Matzpen and New Communist Party followers.


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RabbiM0nfsKipper|S^te Present Their Art Works In Temple Exhibit
Elected To National
Joint Commission
Rabbi Kipper
Rabbi Morris Kipper, spiritual
leader of Temple Judea. Coral
Gables, has been elected to the
national Joint
Commission on
Israel of Re-
form Judaism,
according to an
announce m en t
made by Sidney '
Colo of Chicago,
board chairman;
and by Rabbi
Maurice N. Kis- '
endrath, presi-
dent of the
UAHC, which
represents 700
inns in the United Slates
ami Canada serving one million
'llic Commission is a joint body
Union of American Hebrew
at ions and the Central
of American Rabbis
ami serves as the umbrella coordl-l
natoi for all programs and activi-!
lies n! Reform Judaism in Israel.;
It inc ides the UAHC, CCAR :
North American Boaiv'. of the
World i'nion for Progressive Juda-
ism und the Hebrew Union College- j
I Jewish Institute of Religion
nhrouch CCAR and UAHC rep-
res niation.)
present time there are j
[nil Pn gressive synagogues in
I i ..umbers of 'he World
h In July of 197.", the World
i n will move its headquarters
.n. Thi Reform move-
5 also sponsors a wide
youth and adult educa-
I % and tourist programs
fo ivn?/ ?'h.S1,olo'11s S-hool Richard Arkin, Joel Benes, Debbi pele.
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LovSinaSK^bitln,H!!U0!*lni Jos,"ph Schwart^ Judy tlons will be on view through
temple y s,',nva"/ Instructors were Ro-1 Wednesday.
The exhibit is the culmination of
the past school year's work under
the tutelage of Roberta Silbret,
Wendy Albin, Stephen Brownstein,
Ariel Edelstein, ADLson Lehr, Dav-
id Lichter, Debbie Shanbrun, Cindy
Simon, Robin Straus and Susan
VokcI.
Stakes, 'Cap Highlight Of Calder's Holiday Weekend
In conjunction with this oien-
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School of Fine Arts, under the di-
rection of Judy Drucker, will also
show paintings and ceramics. The
works of the following students
The SlO.OOO-addcd Ruddy Belle
Stakes, a sprint for fillies and
mares at the seven furlong dis-
tance each, and the SI3.COO added
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the Memorial Day Weekend at
Calder Race Course. The North
Miami thoroughbred track, locat-
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day. May 31. Through Sept. I. all
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be dark.
New I ilin- Showing
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"Silent Running" will he shown at
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out Apparent Motive" at the By-
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From Port Everglades June 5
Floridians can cruise the
Caribbean on the "Ship of De-
light" the S.S. Nieuw Am-
sterdamregarded by many as
the finest cruising ship afloat,
this summer and fall.
The S.S. Nieuw Amsterdam,
which will sail from Port Ever*
glades, Florida, on 16 different
cruises between June 5 and Dec.
8,1972. is a beautifully designed
vessel, fitted out in a style of
restrained mo demit y that
shows a nice balance between
the neo-elassic and modern in
her decoration.
She rated the lead article in
a national news magazine's sec-
tion on art which said: "The
work of 16 architects and 50
artists, the Nieuw Amsterdam's
public rooms and cabins im-
pressed U.S. travelers with the
uniformity of taste lavished on
all its cabins, regardless of
class. Solid, cleanly built furni-
ture, beautiful fabrics, opulent
rugs, plenty of light and unob-
trusive color harmonies of sil-
ver, beige and light yellow were
more important to the general
effect than the occasional mu-
rals and ornamental work in
metal, wood and glass fin-
es) room: the theatre, designed
by Cornells J. Engelen and Kli-
sabeth de Boer in the shape of
half an egg shell, with a rich
color scheme of old rose, cerise,
dull gold anil red copper."
The dining room has a beau-
tiful sense of balance between
its blue, gold and ivory color
scheme, the lighting and its
mural decorations. The room is
dominated by Arcadian scenes
done on burned glass panels
near the entrance with eight
smaller ones around the sides.
This "'virmurail" work has the
quality Of a careful charcoal
Sketch, and was done by an
annealing process using metal
oxides.
On the walls of the room are
some 20 rose mirrors; ai one
end is a magnificent gobelin
tapestry. Ornamented gold-
shaded Murano glass especial-
ly blown in Venice conceals
the ceiling lights while the
shades for the wall fixtures are
done as scalloped sea shells.
The several pillars in the room
are finished in varnished gold
leaf.
Another unique feature of the
Nieuw Amsterdam is the tre-
mendous amount of deck space.
And this may be of special
interest to the "joggers" of to-
day. The ship offers passengers
a complete "boardwalk" all the
way around the vessel. Then,
too, there is the vast deck space
aft -room for just about all the
passengers at once should they
ever decide to sit in the deck
chairs and bask in the sun at
the same time.
One of the most striking
rooms is the grand ball. Con-
ceived as a subdued setting for
the various activities that the
room would entertain, it is a
symphony in silver and gray;
it has a cast aluminum ceiling
which tells the story of life
from childhood to old age in
molded half reliefs and also fea-
tures huge windows two decks
high which are framed in stain-
less steel and engraved with
heroic size figures.
Completely refurbished in
1961 and recently recarpeted,
the Nieuw Armsterdam is as
modern today as instant coffee
but has still managed to re-
tain her Old World charm. She
is air-conditioned and stabilizer
equipped. The vessel has the
opulence of 25 different kinds
of hardwood, many with ex-
quisite designs, not to mention
the beautiful hand-rubbed pan-
els in the cabins.
The vessel offers passengers
all of the usual parties, sports
activities, midnight buffets and
indoor and outdoor pools that
one expects tn find on a luxury
cruise liner. But, In addition,
there are such places as the
jungle bar, the "most popular
bar afloat in the West Indies."
And the chefs of the Nieuw Am-
sterdam believe that "There's
more to il lliiin just preparing
an array of the finest gourmet
food in the world when it comes
t<> a midnight buffet." The spe-
cialty is feed, of course.
Many will want to sample
what the Nieuw Amsterdam
has to offer because from her
gracefully curved, flared bow.
to her streamlined rudder, she
P r o c I a i m s her aristocratic
breeding. Every line of her
superstructure sweeps back
with modulated, swanlike grace.
She sits comfortably in the wa-
ter, as though she were built in
it, and was supremely happy to
be therewhich she is. Hei-
st opping places this summer
will include:
ST. tiiomas (Charlotte
Amalie) This island is known
as the "shopping paradise of
the Western Hemisphere."
Leaving the pier in Chariot to
Amalie, you can drive to Blue-
beard's Castle, once a fortress,
now a hotel. Here you cn-i see
the tower, carefully restored
according to the original plans
Leaving Bluebeard's you can
continue up Mafolie Hill to
Drake's Seat, a lookout point
which gives you a lovely view
of Magens Bay and out across
Sir Francis Drake Channel to
the many American and British
Virgin Islands nearby.
Then it's on to Mountain Top
Hotel where you ran sample
the 'Specialty of the house"
their world-famous banana
daiquiri. Charlotte Amalie'*
shopping area is next. It i; dif-
ficult to mention the many
types of bargains available here
and most of them at duty-
free prices. And, don't forget
customs still allow an extra
$100 of duty-free purchases in
this port and you can bring one
full gallon of "spirits" as well.
MARTINIQUE (Fort de
France* Your ship then ar-
rives in Fort de France, the
capital of Martinique.
This island is the former
home of Empress Josephine,
wife of Napoleon, and Mt, Pe-
lee. the volcano that errupted
in 1902 and destroyed the en-
tire town of St. Pierre, leaving
30.000 dead and one survivor.
Fort de France, a charming
city of j i Kow-tinted buildings,
offers a number of sites for the
visitor such as old Fort St.
Louis and the Cathedral with
its ornate, open spire. But
there's more to Martinique, too
high domed mountains, sup-
erb forests, vast sugar cane
fields, banana and pineapple
plantations and Rush tropical
vegetation. As for shopping, in
Fort de France there are the
streets of Rue Victor-Hugo,
Rue Antoine Siger and Rue
Schoelcher where you can find
bargains in porcelain, crystal
and French perfumes.
VENEZI'ELA (La Guairal
The Nieuw Amsterdam also
calls at La Guaira, the port city
of Caracas, the capital of Ven-
ezuela. This young and grow-
ing city is separated Into two
distinct sectors the old area,
with its -.harming Spanish archi-
tectur and the new Caracas
with jnormous superblocks, reg-
ular squadrons of cement build-
ings painted in vivid colors,
spread over the hillsides
The heart of the new Caracas
is the Centro Bolivar the
Rockefeller Center of Vene-
zuela an imposing group of
buildings culminating in two
32-story towers. And the city's
shops are comparable to New
York's Fifth Avenue. Bui Ca-
racas is not all ultramodern.
In the old section you can visit
Simon Bolivar's home where
this freedom fighter was horn
and the National Pantheon, his
tomb. Also not to be mis- M| is
the fantastic cable-car rid-- tip
to the mountain range sur-
rounding the city. You mas find
yourself engulfed in low clouds
at the top and the ride '.own
is thrilling, with a marvelous
view of the city.
For complete information and brochures on the 16 Caribbean
cruises sailing from Port Everglades write: Holland America
Cruises, Department F, Pier 40, North River New York, New
York. 10014, or phone Fort Lauderdale 565-5586.


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JWV Auxiliary Presents
Awards To Students
Mrs. Sally Levy, president of Mrs. Belle Swartz Department of
. Department of Florida La-, Florida's patriotic instructor and
. Auxiliary Jewish War Vet- j Americanism chairman, at the
,:=. has announced the winning awards assembly of each winner-.,
in the annual Americanism | school.
Judges included Mrs. Mae Braid-
man and Mrs. Dolores A. Turner. I
member of the Dade County Grand
Jury Commission.
Weishaus Girls High Graduation Planned June 1 At Academy
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e..iy contest entitled "This is Mv
try" which was open to all
:h grade junior high school?
0- : >ade county.
First prize, a $25 U.S. Savings
Graduation ceremonies for the
Olga and Margaret Weishaus Girls
High School will be held Thursday,
June 1, in the auditorium of the
Hebrew Academy of Greater Mi-
r.v I went to Carlos Cuso, a stu-; mr w j -
,, Ada Memtt Junior High New Leaders For
Id-:.'
gdi k>1 and Patricia McLaughlin
3 student at South Miami Junior
Hjjh School.
H inorable mention was given
A: i Maria Diaz of Ada Merritt
Jurj r High School, Anthony Tel-
, if South Miami Junior High
School, William (Bill) Wood and
John Stagee, students at Mays
Junior High School.
A i irds will be presented by
Judge Satin
Seeks Circuit
Court Seat
mii City Judge Dan Satin has
need his candidacy for the
Circuit Court post being vacated
bj Senior Judge Marshall Wise-
Jc:dge Satin, a University of Mi-
an i Law School graduate who has I
practiced law here since 1943, was '
appointed last February by the
Miami City Commission. He is a
member of the board of the He-
brew Academy of Greater Miami
an t :i state vice president of the
Elks.
A World War II veteran. Judge
Satin has served as a member of
the American Board of Arbitrat-
ors, a government appeal agent in
the Selective Service System and
as I member of the local draft
l> .. I
Judge Satin, who has been ad-
: itted to practice in all Florida
courts and the U.S. Tax Court, is
actu.- in a countywide campaign
against drug abuse sponsored by
t!.- Community Crisis Center.
Women's ORT Unit
Miami Business and Professional
Chapter, Women's American ORT.
will conclude the season's activi-
ties by installing offficers and
chairmen for 1972-73 at a brunch
Sunday, June 4, at the Algiers
Hotel, starting at 12:15 p.m.
Sclma Resnick, incoming presi-
dent, will accept the gavel of of-
fice from Jolee Ratner, immediate
past president. Mrs. Joel Lack,
regional honor roll chairman, will
preside at the afternoon affair.
ami. 2400 Pine Tree Dr.
Seven students of the girls high
school, an affiliate of the Hebrew
Academy, will receive their dip-
lomas from Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross. The rabbi, who has been
principal of the school since its in-
ception, also will be the principal
speaker.
Those who will receive diplomas
include Jacalyn Adler, Lori Rosen-
berg, Delbic Seif. Ora Lee Gross.
i Griselda Smolarcik, Gloria Green-
berg and Carol Bastacky.
The Mannheimer Award. Joseph
Weishaus Award and awards in
the names of the Hebrew Acad-
emy Women, the Hebrew Academy
PTA and the Miami Beach Post ot
the American Legion will be pre-
sented at the ceremonies. j
Students at tne weishaus Girls
High School will be housed in the
new Herbew Academy building
now neai ing completion across
Pine Tree Drive from the main
campus during the 1972-73 aca-
demic year.
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Temple Sinai
Closes Season
For Students
Closing exercises for the reli-
gious school of Temple Sinai of
North Dado will bo held Sunday.
Close to 500 students will gather
in the" nyiWgogtie'S sanctuary
where outstanding students will
receive recognition and year end
awards for achievement. The Jun-
ior Choir, under the direction of
Cantor Irving Shulkes will pro-
vide a program of music
Under the guidance of Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsley and Richard
Siegel, education director, and
with the help of the religious school
committee chaired by Dr. S Al-
lan Schwartzcnfeld, Temple Si-
nai's religious school children at-
tend school from kindergarten
through 10th grade. Hebrew be-
comes mandatory for ill students
in the fourth grade and above. In
addition, there have been special
Sunday Hebrew programs for -hil-
'ivn in the second and third
grades.
After closing exercises, parents
and children will gather at G ey-
nolds Park for a family picnic.
Mrs. lean Emil (right) presents an original piece of sculpture
to the Greater Miami Section, National Council of Jewish
Women. Accepting the work of art which is a representation
c! Hannah G. Solomon, NCJW founder, looking upon the
peoples of the v/orld, is Mrs. Edward Cowen, section mem-
bership vice president.
Mis Leonard Adler, president of the Hebrew Academy
Women, presented a plague to Charles Goldstein for his
firm's efforts in the construction of the building of the new
junior and senior high school building of the Greater Miami
Hebrew Academy. Presentation was made at a brick lunch-
eon last week on the construction site which helped the wom-
en's group in its drive for funds. Mrs. George Feldenkrets
v/as chairman of the meeting, first held on the location of
the school to be completed this fall.
Rabbi Krouisb
Vained National
AJCongress V-P
Rabbi Arthur Hertzberg of
Englewood, N.J., was elected pres-
ident of the American Jewish
Congress, and several Miami and
Miami Beach residents were elect-
ed to hinh office at the organiza-
i tion's national biennial convention
in Cleveland. Ohio, last week.
Rabbi I.eon Kronish of Miami
1 Beach was named to serve as a
'national vice president of the 54-
year-old civil and human rights
organization.
Elected to the governing coun-
cil, the policy-making body of the
Congress, were Mildred Berlin. Is-
abelle Friedman. Evelyn Green-
berg and Sylvia Kaplan, all of
Miami Beach, and Jack Gordon.
Rabbi Ralp P. Kingsley, Dr. Max
A. Lipschitz, Joseph Nevele and
Judith Topper, all of Miami.
Retarded Children Assn.
Elects Plotkin President
.Miami attorney I.00 Plotkin has
been elected president of the Dadc
County Association for Retarded
Children. Lawrence Wiener, presi-
dent of Endowmenl Services. Inc..
was elected first vice president.
Other officers include Mrs. Rob-
ert Fremont, second vice presi-
dent; Mrs. Cordon Kyle, secre-
tary, and Robert Day treasurer.
The volunteer membership Oi'ga-
nization l8 concerned solely with
the welfare of the mentally re-
tarded.
More than 65 persons attended a meeting recently crt Man-
hattan Towers, Miami Beach, to raise funds for the 197 2
CJA-1EF campaign of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
George Newman, (left) was chairman of the meeting: Rich-
ard Essen is cochairman of the High-Rise Division of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
LEGAL NOTICE
I
lEttrtL NOTICE
Auditions For Dancers
The Miami Ballet Com-.)
soon to begin its 22nd season,
,,1,1 open auditions at 2 p.m.
UTday, May 27, at the Miami
servatory, 5818 SW 73rd St.
hearsals for performances se-
ttled during the waiter of
and spring <>i 1973 will star
September.
any,
will
Sat-
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1972
t in
Effie (Mrs. Harry) Platoff (second from right) receives a plaque
icr "50 years of service to Hadassah and 10 years as em
ima in Israel" from officers of the Shaloma Group of Hadcs-
sah. At left are Mrs. Louis Stone, president of the group, and
Mrs. MUton Sirkin. installing officer; Mrs. Irwin Shapiro,
chairman of the day, is at right.
MERRITT
ROBERT M.. "R" R. t'i"-;'"1 "Vny
suddenly R hear, attack Thursday.
May it ''* Born hi Newark, n.j.,
he served In the Army for five year*.
A tat Lieutenant In 111- -Mr l",,,
during World War ll. he served
overaeaa In Guam. While stationed
in (he Miami urea in 1944, he mar-
ried the former limit Alpert, daugh-
ter <>f Mr and Mrs. Morris Alpert,
who moved to Florida from Bpiing-
flleld Mass., in 19*9. A prominent
builder, he headed the Merritl Con-
struction Co., specialising In Indus-
trial construction. He was a member
of Temple Beth Bholom, Miami
Beach, the Miami Chamber of Com-
mi. i...... South Florida Historical As-
Nociatlon, University of Miami i.ou,
Art Galleries, American Manuscript
Society and national member of
the Smithsonian Associate* Survlv-
,,its Include his wife, Ruth, son Hob-
er, ami daughter Rosalind nil of
Miami Bench, and a sier, Mildred
Upton, of Livingston, N.J.
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. 72-10612
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: Till-: MAHKIAUE OF
I iK.v. VV IIR< >l"GH,
.mil
JANIt'K URI "I'Cll
TO: DEAN VV ilROt'Orl
, o Mrs Margaret La Crolx
172 Patterson Btreel
Attlelinro, Massachusetts
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution oi Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required In serve n copy of
your written defenses, if any. to it
on Mortimer s Cohen, a.....'ney for
Petitioner, whose address is 1102 Ains-
ley Building, it N.E, Firsl Avenue,
Miami. Florida 33132, and file the
original with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before Jinn SO,
1972: otherwise a default "ill be en-
tered against you for the relief de- i
manded In the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once I
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
sniil court at Miami. Florida on this
r.< .lav of May, 1972.
E. It. LEATHERMAN,
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By R, m. K188EE
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2069 (Primml
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
MAYER SPENCER
Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which von may have against the es-
tate of MAYER BPEXt ER deceased
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
County Judges of Dndc County, and
file the same In duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.18, Florida Stat-
utes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof, or
thi- same will he barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this !Wh
day <>f April. \ D. I97"
NED A. BPENCER
As Administrator ct \
First publication of tins notlci on
! the 3f> day of May. 1972
i BAKERMAN SHAPIRO
; My: PAI'l K MARfTS
Attorney for Ned A. Spencer
Administrator CTA
-,"7 Northeast Airlines Hid*.
Miami. Fla,
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-10365
NIOTtCE OF SUIT
IN RE: The Marriage "l
DALLAS I. SCHIEGO,
Husband,
ami
JAY It. 8CHIEOO,
Wife.
T<>: JAY B. SCHIEGO
,:, Belvldere Street
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 13205
YOU ARE EIEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to it
on KM A \TK I. I EVENSON. Attorney
for Petitioner, whose address is: Suite
i;it-in West Flaaier Street, Miami.
Florida ami file the original with the
Clerk of the above styled court on
or before June SO, 1972: otherwise a
judgment may be entered again*! you
for the relief demanded In the com-
plaint or petition
WITNESS mj hand and the Seal of
said Court on the 2.: day of May, 1971
B I! 1 KATHKHMAN
As Clerk of said Court
By: a \i kisski:
As Denut] Cl< rk
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT.
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-245 J
FRANK B. DOWLING /
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of I
JA< 'I IB SCHEt IITKi:
Deceased
To All Creditor* ami All Persons Hav
log Claims or Demands Aguinsl Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required]
io present any claims a'od demands]
which you may have against the es-
tate of JACOB 8CH ECHTEH deeeaw -I
lute of Dade County, Florida, to the.
' ounty Judge* of Dade County, and
tile the snme In duplicate and as prn-
\ Ided In Section 733 Hi, Flot Ida St
utes, in their offices In thi Cog
Courthouse In Dadc Count; Florida,
within si\ calendar months from tha
time of th. first publication hereof,
or the same \ ill be barred
Dated at .Miami. Florida, this 2ndJ
da) of May. A D. 1972,
Mildn 'l Man us
As Administratrix
l-'n-i publican......f iiii> '"; >n
th.- ill day of May. 1972.
BAKERMAN A BHAPIRI
Attorney for Administratrix
.."7 Northeast Airlines llldg,
.Miami. Florida
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-10501
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE I
IN RE: I
SAM MEYER, Petition**
.,,,,1 I
RI'TH MEYER Respondent
TO RI'TH MEYER !
<)I0 Neptune A> enue
Brooklyn, New York 11224
,- o Uuth Schnurman
M u- ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mai
rlage has been filed against you and
you an- required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any, to It
on CHARLES OEUTLER, attorn.>
for Petitioner, whose address is 420
Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida
33138, and file the original with th*
clerk of the above styled court on or
before June 26Ul, lfi|2; otherwise a.
default will be entered against von
for the relief demanded In the com-
plain! or petition.
This notice shall he published on. e
each week for four consecutive wueka
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said eourt at Miami. Florida on thla
23rd day of May. IMS.
K 11 I RATHERMAcf,
As Clerk. Circuit Court
D.-nlo Countv. Florida
By I. SNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
ii ircuil Court S- ill
cm aid i:s OERTLBR. ESQ.
attorney for p< tltioner
1"" Lincoln Rond
Miami It. a. h, Florida 831S9
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
CASE NO.72-10500
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: Tl>. Marriage of
lii IBERT A. SAVAGE,
Petitioner,
ami
D< IRTS M. SAVAGE a k, a
DORIS M HERRING,
Respondent
YOC DORIS M SAVAGE a k a
DORIS M HERRING, in care of
JEAN TERRELL 1601 Belnlre Btreet,
Abilene, Texas ARK HEREBY NOTI-
FIED to file your written defenses to
this Dissolution of Marriage with the
Court's clerk and serve a copy upon
Petitioner's Attorney, VON 2AM FT
,< SMITH, i.ii' Canltal Bank Bids:.,
Miami. Florida on or before the SOth
day of June. 1972, else the Complaint
Wilt he taken as oonl'.v- ed,
Dvti'.d Mm ::. 1878.
Iv It I BATHER*! v\\ CLERK
By: K. M. kisski:
Demitv Clerk
(Circuit Court S.-all
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