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The Jewish Floridian
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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~e)fewish Floridlian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
.15 Number %2
Miami, Florida Friday, June 2. 1
972
Two Sections Price 20 c^nts
FLP Claims Credit For Lod Attack
|b.v Special Report
AVIV The Popular
for the Liberation of Pal-
'luimed responsibility for
,''s "suicide mission" oar-
by three Japanese gun-
Lod International Air-
passenger terminal. The
and automatic rifle at-
25 of the 250 persons
| arrival lounge dead and
72 wounded, at least 14
in serious condition.
Beirut guerrilla radio is-
|statement saying "Those
eroes came thousands of
lake part with the Pal-
people in their struggle
the forces of Zionism
erialism."
it the attackers eommlt-
ii' with one of his own
i; a second was captured
adedly by one of the
airport maintenance men. The
third man was at first believed
to have escaped, but his body
was found when the dead and
injured were being removed.
Police said the three men had
been passengers aboard an Air
France flight which had just
arrived. They pulled AK47 com-
bat rifles and grenades from
their luggage and opened fire
immediately after reclaiming
their bags.
Transport Minister Shimon
Peres, calling the attack "one of
the most serious things in the
history of aviation," pledged
that the government of Israel
will "take every step to fight
this new madness."
Some observers believe the
attack was planned in retalia-
tion for the death of four ter-
rorists aboard the hijacked Sa-
beaa jet May 9, and that the
introduction of Japanese into
the picture shows what the
Arab! think of their own ability
to fight the Israelis.
Airport officials said that em-
barking passengers and their
checked luggage have been sub-
ject only to spot checks, but
hand luggage is always exam-
ined, even during calm periods.
The Boeing 707 had departed
from Paris with 122 passengers,
made a stop in Rome, and con-
tinued to Tel Aviv with 115 per-
sons on the passenger list, but
it was not immediately known
whether the three terrorists had
boarded at the point of origin
or the intermediate stop.
Israel Satisfied
With Communique
Mrs. Kipn'n
What's happening here...
The Women's Division of the Greoter Miami Jewish Federation's
1972 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign is
nearing its goal of $1,100,000.
As of today, we have commitments for 5393 106. Last year at
the same time we hod, on a gift-for-gift basis, $565,388 this
represents a 56% increase in giving.
We feel our goal is realistic and attainable because there's an
additional $200,000 that came in last year from women who have
not yet made their pledge for 1972.
This dramatic increase is in large part due to parlor meetings
where women are invited by other women to th"ir homes.
Here they have the opportunity to discuss the work done by
Federation and the beneficiary agencies and Israel.
While the large gifts are important to the success of our cam-
paign, we're concerned with the smaller gifts as well and in
reaching, on a personal level, each woman in the community.
So far we've had 41 parlor meetings with several more slated
for June. Of the 441 gifts that came in from parlor meetings, 191
were from women who hadn't contributed to the CJA-IEF campaign
before; so, the success of the face-to-face approach is evident.
As an example, a recent parlor meeting held at the home of
Bunny (Mrs. Arthur) Horowitz resulted in nine gifts with a value
f $11,0001
The Women's Division Phon-A-Thon has been on for a month
and will continue through the first week in June. Volunteers staff
Federation phones and call donors (gifts under $100) to secure their
1972 pledge. We're hopeful that this method will give these women
an opportunity to give in this critical year.
The real success and dynamic results of this year's Women's
Division campaign is due to our personal approach to the Jewish
women of this community. We want people to give with an under-
standing of the human needs involved; because of this understand-
ing, we have had more volunteers as well as more money.
We feel that women are the humanists in our society. And
when they realize that Federation is in the business of helping
and saving people they respond. For this we thank them.
Norma (Mrs. Jerome) Kipnis
Toby (Mrs. Leonard) Friedlond
Women's Division
Vice Presidents for Campaign
Greater Miami Jewish Federation's
1972 Combined Jewish Appeal
and Israel Emergency Fund Campaign
Mrs. Friedlond
JKRUSALEM (JTA) Un-
official reaction to the joint
communique on the Middle East
issued Monday at the Moscow
summit talks was one of satis-
faction in Israel but despair in
the Arab states.
The absence of any substan-
tive agreement between the su-
perpowers was welcomed by po-
litical observers here but decried
by Arab commentators as a sign
that the Middle East issue is of
secondarv importance to the
United States and Russia alike.
The superpowers have appar-
ently decided to let the Israelis
and Arabs settle their conflict
among themselves, Israeli ob-
servers said. They noted that
the Moscow communique con-
tained only two major points
continued support of Resolution
242 and of the Jarring mission
hy the two nations.
It was pointed out that Reso-
lution 242, the Security Council's
Nov. 22, 1967 resolution on the
Continued on Pa&o 2-A
'Soviet Jewry Issue' Was
Discussed, Kissinger Says
MOSCOW (JTA) President
Nixon has discussed the issue
of Soviet Jewry with Leonid I.
Brezhnev, secretary general of
the Soviet Corrr.nunity Party.
presidential advisor Henry Kis-
singer told reporters here.
"We did what we said we
would do in Salzburg." Dr. Kis-
sing'T n marked. I In Salzburg.
Austria, where the presidential
ntty slopped over enrouto to
Moscow a week ago, Mr. Kissin-
ger told newsmen that the Presi-
dent would look for an opoor-
M'nity to raise the matter with
those he was to meet in Mos-
cow, i
Pr. Kissinger told newsmen
Monday, however, "You have to
consider the problem of discuss-
ing in an internal forum wont
i ne -: le regards as an internal
Issue."
Stringent Soviet seen ity
measures prevented Soviet Jews
from contacting President Nixon
and made it virtually impossible
for American newsmen to meet
or telephone Soviet Jews. As
a result. U.S. reporters and pho-
tographer- covering the summit,
conference gave up hope of ob-
taining interviews with Jewish
activists.
An example of the efforts
made by American correspond-
ents to contact Jews and 'he
fruitless results was the case of
one reporter who tried 70 times
to reach seven people by pho le
without obtaining a single re-
sponse,
In Leningrad three LTS news-
men managed to contact a local
Jew, He promised to meet 'hem
in front of the New National
Hotel but never showed up. The
vicinity ol the hotel for blocks
around had been scaled off by
Soviet security police.
CJF Meetings Focus
On Priority Concerns
NEW YORK The major
areas of Jewish communal con-
cern and responsibility at
home, overseas and in Israel
will be the focal points for some
250 communal leaders and Fed-
eration executives at the quar-
terly board and national com-
mittee meetings of the Council
of Jewish Federations and Wel-
fare Funds, Inc. (CJF) here
this weekend.
The delegates from more than
65 communities in the United
States and Canada will discuss
the broad range of ongoing pro-
grams and proposals from
campaigning through public re-
lations to social welfare needs
that call for community and
CJF action and which are gear-
ed to strengthening Jewish com-
munal service. In conjunction
with these sessions, the first
meeting of the Board of Trust-
ees of the recently created In-
stitute for Jewish Life is also
scheduled.
Among the highlights of the
four-day conclave will be an as-
sessment of estimated final re-
sults for the 1972 campaign as
well as preliminary planning for
the 1973 campaign. Additionally,
the Campaign Services Commit-
tee will evaluate the problem of
"coverage" in the campaign.
A special report to the Over-
seas Services Committee on the
integration of Russian new-
comers to Israel will be made
by Louis Pincus, chairman of the
Executive of the Jewish Agency
in Israel. The Committee will
also explore community action
on the problem of Soviet Jewry
as well as the recommendations
of the Subcommittee on Higher
Education in Israel. The Board
will receive a report from the
CJF delegation just returned
from meetings with community
leaders in Europe.


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Friday, June 2, lfy
Israel Satisfied
With Commimicrae

< iinliiiui'il from Paige i-A
Mtffrllc Ea^T/Uss been acd^fffefl
by virtually all parties, although
it is interpreted differently by
tin Arabs and Israelis and their
respecttvS backers.
Since the |Uestion of Intrepre-
tation did no; aitiC in the Mos-
1 ti.it not hi 111; ol siil'st.iiu \v;is
t--ide ence, observers said,
It was noted that the super-
powers' wish to avoid a confron-
tation over the Middle East may
deter the Arabs who see war as
a solution. However, the main
deterrent is based on the arms
balance, Israelis i>ointed out, de-
claring that the balance must be
maintained, and should it shift.
be redressed immediately.
No spheres of l\S.-Soviet in-
fluence in the Mideast seem to
have been established, it was
noted. Some Arab countries are
regarded as "gray areas" with
no sharp delineation of Ameri-
can or Soviet influence and it is
considered likely that the Rus-
sians will try to extend their
influence there. The question is
how the United States will re-
act. Israeli sources said.
Kgyptiun commentators sp->ke
of Egypt's "isolation" and oli-
wr\ed that .Moscow's failure to
all off the summit meeting
alter .Mr. \i\on ordered the har-
liors of North Vietnam block-
aded indicated that the Soviets
were looking after their own in-
terests and not those of their
client' States,
Some Jordanian newspapers
speculated that King Hussein's
proposal for a federation of the
East and West banks of the Jor-
Wore than ever before Israel
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dan may have been discussed
during _the summits fcftlhfii \'UL honor students,
most Jordanian commentators '
said that Arabs should not at-
tach much imiKirtance to the
communique.
Commentators in Libya main-
tained that the only way to lib-
erate the occupied Arab terri-
tories is by war. The same posi-
tion was taken by the Cairo-
based El Fatah radio.
Beth Am To Honor
Staff Of School
At the final family worship -erv-
ice of the season Friday at 7:30
p.m., the 40 teachers of Temple
Beth Am Religious School rtaff
will be honored. In addition,
awards will be made to the school's
Miss Harriet Pot lock will :;on-
duct a choir of students from vari-
ous grades of the relici MS school, j
from kindergarten through 10th i
grade.
B'nai Raphael Class To
Be Confirmed On Sunday
Congregation B'nai Raphael will
conduct its annual confirmation
exercises at 8 p.m. Sunday. Rabbi
Charh g M. Rulx 1 will deliver an
address and Cantor Jack Lerner
will chant the service;the 1'on-
Beth Am recently confirmed the
largest class in the history of its
existence; 114 students had rom-
pleted 10 grates. At their gradua-
tion exercises, the students pre-
sented an original cantata, an
original dance, and an original
multi-media service.
Students Present Cantata
The 21 students in Beth David's
Confirmation Class presented a
cantata during Fridav evening
services when they were confirmed
firmation Class and the Junior 'last month. The class included
Choii will present the cantata
"Seven Golden Buttons" under di-
rection of Miss Carol MacKenzie.
Mrs. WUma Goldsmith was in-
structor of the Confirmation Class,
which Includes Phyllis Eisner.
Howard Friedman, Nadine Gross-
berg, Mitchel Lerner, Bruce Niren-
berg, Howaro Pohl, Gayle Rosen-
berg, Gloria Scherr and Ruth
Wagnei.
Debra Adler, Jay Bernkrant. Fran-
cine Berkowitz, Monica Bloom
Janice Breian, David Goldstein.
David Horowitz. Frank Lahhie,
Sherry Martin, Alexand-a Medvin.
Muhal Medvin, Miriam Oroshnik,
Sharon Pollack, Francme Sachs.
Judy Sandrew, Philip Shavhter.
Tiaccy Shapiro. Wendy Traurig,
Marc Yanowitz and Howard
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Cash Collection Effort
Dr. Charles Beber
Reelected To Head
Mobilized In S. Florida I Local AJCommittee
ISTael needs $1 million in cash today ... and every day.
A! least 70.000 new immigrants are expected in Israel this
year; many of thorn Soviet Jews, who are arriving in the Prom-
ised Land in an exodus only surpassed during Biblical times, and
II costi $35,000 to absorb an average Russian family into Israeli
Israelis, who are the most heavily taxed people in the
norM still devote almost all their resources to defense. Security
onsume 80'.; of the country's tax revenue.
"White the 1972 C.TA-IEF campaign of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation is the most successful in our history, we
cut ait any longer. Pledges must be converted into cash,"
Rob) rt Paissell, Federation president, declared.
..tional Cash Week begins this Sunday." Harry A. iflap)
I.,.\> .972 CJA-IEF campaign chairman, pointed out. "We're
askini the Miami community to mobilize in a cash collection
Pf]'orl to meet our cash obligations." he added.
aiding to Mendell M. Sellg, chairman of the Federation's
( .,--. ommlttee, cash promised in the form of cajnpaign pledges
irrationally) is nowhere near enough to meet the pressing needs
oi immigrants to Israel, and immigration, in the first 'our
of 1972. is running more than 30', over last year.
"In the face of a continued threat to Israel's security, the
p ul" Israel have continued to hold their door open to world
Jew But there's a gap between the courage shown by new
urn ::nls and Israel's ability to provide them with a fining
Irnin- ming." said Mr. Selig.
-is for housing, medical care, education and job retain-
ing i soaring along with immigration figures. The need for
,i-: now at a critical stage," hi concluded.
uinises gave them a dream," Mr. Russell aided., "but
orJj ;.-h can make it come true."
Dr. Charles Beber. a prominent
and nationally recognized author-
ity on gerontology, has been re-
elected president of the Greater
Miami Chapter of the American
'wish Committee. He will assume
his second term of office at a rime,
which also marks the 20th inni-
versary of the Greater Miami;
Chapter of the AJCommittee.
The 20th anniversaiy will be
celebrated at a dinner and lance
at the Doral Beach Hotel Saturday
evening where the founders "f the
Greater Miami Chapter of the,
AJCommittee will also be honored.
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, firs!
president is honorary chairman of
the event; David Fleeman, promi-
nent civic leader and builder, is
Chairman, and attorney Melvyn i
Frumkes, is chairman of the plan-
ning committee.
William Lehman, president of
| the school board and active civic
: leader and businessman, will be
I recipient of the Human Relation*
| Award for his outstanding contri-
bution- to the community on this
occasion.
The AJCommittee is this coun-
try's pioneer human relations or-
ganization. It combats bigotry, pro-
tects the civil and religious rights
of people at home and abroad, and
eeeks improved human relatioas
for all.
Special guest at the monthly Mount Sinai Medical Center
"Founders Luncheon," Dr. William Dean (left) president of
the Florida Medical Association, is greeted by the hospital's
executive vice president, Samuel Gertner. Dr. Dean pre-
sented awards to six physicians who had been designated
as "Honorary Physician-Trustees."
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Volume 45
20 STVAN 5732
Number 22
It's Time They Faced Reality
If the 3.--:- meetings in recent months accomplished
r-ctnmg e^e :r.ey s^^ec ~ troufciad w^-:d gstf is -os-
r^ie for powerful nations, believed to be implacable' en-
emies, to engage in sincere negotiations despite their =eri-
oae differences. They also proved that these R*gofitt on
are meaningful only when they are direct, face-to-face
meetings.
The examples of Moscow and Peking is one that
s.-=uid not be ignored by Egypt as it continues to plav ou'
its arecm of eventual conquest of Israel. It is time Ota
Arab nations faced up to the painful recJity as have the
g.eat r.rrt:ons of accepting me real world and ser.ous
-egonations for peace in the MidcUe East
A Challenge For Workers
In or. Home: statement last week, the Greater M:am:
.ewisr. Federat:or. =nr.o-jr.-%d that ;: has embarked OB a
new j m_hon campaign for the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal-Israei Emergency Fund.
It was oausaa] in Ihcri the CJA also announced
; -as raased more than S8 million in the most nucecaful
e in local FedevotiOB history. But with a goal of SI-.
-. --:.-- .- :he beginning of the long campaign, the Ted-
ewncn leadership is not about :o call it quits.
The fact is that new techniques in campcianinc re-
sulted in an amazing increase of 86co on a gift-fotxrift
baste over last year. But. at the same time, thousands "of
potential givers have not been reached, and it is among
these that the additional S3 million can be raised.
IRC Shows Rank Discrimination
The attitude of the International Red Cross toward
Israel's action in aborting the recent hijacking on its soil
comes as no surprise to those who are aware of the history
of Magon David Adorn and IRC
It should be known that Israel is not included in ths
115 countries affiliated with the IRC because it refuse? to
accept the IRC's condition that it change the name of the
Magen David Adorn to Red Cross. There is sound basis for
that refusal since 15 similar organizations in Moslem coun-
tries are permitted to use the name "Red Crescent" instead.
To insist that Israel abide by a rule that is breached in
other countries is rank discrimination, as is the position of
the IRC on this latest question of air piracy in which its
role was a peculiar one. to say the least
A Good Point
The Hebrew day school movement makes a good
point, albeit a debatable one. that Jewish critics of public
financial aid for parochial schools have an obligation to
work for increased support from Jewish communal funds.
Some of the critics, of course, are opposed to parochial
education whether it is supported privately or publicly in
the belief that such schools create religious and racial
divisiveness.
Nevertheless, as was stated at the annual conven'ion'
of Jewish day school leaders, presenting guideline? for Fed-
eiation support, as has been done in Greater Miami and
elsewhere, it is empty of real meaning without appropriating
funds to implement the guidelines.
WASHINGTON Even mas*
than Fekir.g. v.- s-rnvrdt meet-
ing hi Moscow was preplanned
;-. fflhnrtf detail before The
President left Washington. Thus
one car. already predict *ib-
itanrtsHy more impteaswc re-
sults than most people ext*rt.
Take the endlessly haggled-
over SALT agree .Tier.', to be-
gm with. The members of the
America.-, negotiating team
I headed by Gerald Smith have
I long been quite frankly e SV
< vinced that there was no
' of any agreed limitation or. nu-
ll -. "- -...-- -a the type of
i and the
i it m of it. or
\ so :t appean 1
YET WHEN Dr. Henry Kis-
; singer made his secret visit to
Moacov. hope In i m dear ub
...':' agn era nt
abruptly dawned in the
taDu between fGssfnger
First Party Secretar-. Leonid
Brezhnev It U not a sure
as yet bat this kind of a :
to the SALT agreement is a
I bet.
Again, it appear: all but ?er-
tair. that the President and
Brezhnev will announce an
azreel mutual standstill or. fur-
ther *""t of lnteref*r**i-
ner.tal ballistic missiles. Thai
will remove the American con-
cern acout continuing ino
in the forrr.:: ,S.-'-9
sues, it again appears ail out
certain that there will be agree-
ment on one ABM group in each
country
IN earlier times, to be
sure any such SALT agreement
ha.e been expected to
e\ ike a roar of outrage in this
country. In numbers of inter-
continental ndssil -. the expected
deal will leave the Soviets with
a.-, approximate superiority of
1 500 to 1.100. Since the Soviets
are to complete tiv-ir Yar
class nibmarinea already under
construction the expected deal
a-., even leave them with a
superiority h'.-re of 42 to 41.
But given the present peculiar
ten America nute
- <^ed comprehensiveness '
SALT a:
all the attention. If some;
not Rg or. SALT at
I ..... ite, In fac* en
the President s worst
have to applaud
tortant accomp:i-shrr.:-rt :ar
greater than they had hoped.
THE S.\>IE rules are oven
more likely to hoi: true In the
ar-?a of trade. After returning
from his talk? with Brezhne
Dr Kissinger i; known to
ted t the P esl lent -
> rfeci asl mishment I
connection. K had cone
Moscow thinking that the
S ieta did not attach vast Im-
portance to an ambitious U
fcy JOSEPH ALNOP
agreement. He came home -
vinced that such an
was one of their high--. ^
tl*?5.
In Moscow, to be tare even Hm
President and Brezhnev (1m
Aiexei Kosygin, ai: working to.
gether. can hardly be
to work out detaih ^
of major deal that Moscow now
wants. The problems : .;;..
trade terms and the i:ke are
infinitely complex ?,- ,.
the Soviet crop tail
will surely be a big. nmediat*
grain deal.
THERE WILL a'.- b r,n,
may be pretty sure, an expns.
sion of agreement in principle
to expand U.S.-U S S ?.
most importantly, an I
genera, way. But .. -,re
likely to be left to a : U.S..
USSR, commission
that wili begin sitting |
mer.
Add -orre other arr its to
make day-to-day he-
such matters as spac-
exchar.zes and so on and r The
President ;aid about Mos-
cow summit, in advan
thh trip would be
recf:d toward substan -
than cosmetics." If all u
IM d. he will v
:' illy justified in clai-
major substance in th
ONE MUST aid tha" the
Continued on Page U-\
COMMENT
Many nice things we
me an- about me
my congregation did '.r.e
15th anr
sary as
Israel T ptril
sior.s of the business were not
overlooked, either, and of a
that pleased me more than the
other kind words. Particularly
when I view my disordered I -.-
i one does not suffice for all the
unfinished paperwork >.
SOME OF the glow was di-
minished when, a few days laier.
I read a perceptive piece by
P.abbi Sholom A. Singer in the
latest issue of "Reconstruct ion-
Ist." Writing about the sorry
state of the synagogue in our
time. Rabbi Singer said that
"Literally and symbolically, the
spiritual leader of the synagogue
in the sensate culture is the ad-
ministrator. The 'nut to crack'
in the religious establishment
is organization and administra-
tion."
Describing the desire of our
young people to change things.
Rabbi Singer says their ambi-
tion b "to disorganize the so
very neatly organized that sti-
fles the true spirit of religion."
BtT RABBI Singer's thesis is
not really the administration of
our religious institutions nor
even his observation that 'to-
day the religion of synagogue
is business." as contrasted with
yesterday when that business
was religion. It is. a> the titie
of his article states. "Syna?ocue
Affiliation From Covenant to
Contract." and it strikes at -he
heart of one of the grea -
in American Jewish life today.
Even before reading P.
Singer. I felt that the
ment by Rabbi L/v>n Kronish in
last week's Floridiaa was an ex-
ample of whisl
The highest mitzvas of
time." he wrote In urilng the
uance of the CJA-IEF to
its Sll million goal, "an
keeping Israel sti >ng and in
preserving the centrality of the
agogue, the major X
American instituti >l --.
For I have come to
as Rabbi Singer st ll -
t for mosl people the
syn is not valued as an
-r alms-giving, gem
it> oi tsedakah. It is viewed and
ged simply as a service ren-
dering institution, devoid of sen-
timentalities or pieties.'
THUS IT IS that the tradi-
tional pattern of life-long af-
filiation with the synagogue is
a thing of the past. According
to Rabbi Singer, "Contract re-
ligion has replaced covenant re-
ligion" and the people of the cov-
evant move in and out of syna-
gogues when their children are
growing up and have need for
religious schooling. After that,
they resign.
As a matter of custom, 'he
"synagogue year" has just come
to a close and Rabbi Singer's
observation about the contract
religionists is not far off-base
when he states that "thev shop
for temnles and affiliate where
the bet'er bargain looms on ihe
horizon."
THIS ONLY emphasizes his
Point that in Jewish life one
gives to charity to the United
Jewish Fund, not to the syna-
gogue, and that, in fact, "more
members take than give to syn-
agogues." One can hear the
groans of disbelief of those who
are affiliated and are now re-
ceiving their statements for the
coming year with higher rates
for the "customers" still buying
the product."
That the synagogue is, if you
atease as much a casualty of
our mobile, volatile a-id uncer-
tain culture as most of our other
tional Institution* i : .
!'lain by Rabbi Singer. 'To
-. eak In terms of life-long af-
bv EDWARD COHEN
iation today k
Statistics shov I
mor than one in three
- >rt of commit
thei mar ig n ai ?e
when the motor car is our
bol.
WHEN' I wrote at the
ning of this piece "per |
to e'escribe Rabbi Singer's
cle it revealed my favorabi--
Surely I agree that "check x>k
Judaism" has an importa.-.'
nificance for our faith.
But I would argue that the
synagogue has projected itself
in terms of cost accounting
cisely because it has been unable
to compete for the charitable
dollar and has had to fall hack
on "charging" for its services.
God and the prophets may have
been glamarous in other times
but compared with Ben-G.irion
and Dayan, hospitals and uni-
versities, they are dim figures
today.
AS A YOUNG newspaperman
I would argue fiercely when it
appeared that advertising policy
sometimes over-rode editorial
integrity. In later years, I edited
an exciting, independent weekly
which got no advertising and
Cied. I like to believe that I
haven't changed, that my ideals
are still intact, that I try h.ird
to bring a truly spiritual dimen-
sion to my new job as a syna-
gogue administrator.
But, with sincere respect
those few young havurah
haw created their own gn
of piety and religiosity, I be!i<'
the synagogue in America
not now survive without i
accounting as one of Its :
ma Until that lay when '
who really control the des
of Jewish institutions can
e minced that as Rabbi Krc
lab stated, it is also importa
to preserve the synagogue.
for
ho
:r>s


Friday, June 2. 1972
*Jewish nvrkMnn
Ambassador To U.N.
Honored At Convention
Page 5-A
Ambassador Yosef Tekoah, 1s-
rad's permanent representative to
Die United Nations, was honored
Sunday at the opening banquet of
the five-day 43i\? annual conven-
tion of the National Federation of
Jewish Men's Clubs in the Caril-
,(jn Hotel.
Ambassador Tekoah, who re-
eeived a citation for "his achieve-
ments as a distinguished diplomat.
Inspiring leader and builder of the
State of Israel and proud spokes-
man of his people who has brought
honor and respect to Jewry
throughout the world." declared
that from Israel's point of view,
the summit talks in Moscow were
"satisfactory," but that Israel must
nevertheless continue its def-nso
preparations even though it is
gratetul for "the present era of
relative tranquility."
v r receiving the 1972 Award
: i I listinguished Service to Jewry
if the National Federation of Jew-
sh Men's Clubs, Ambassador Te-
koah remarked that President Sa-
Egypt "has made it clear
that in his view the resumption of
battle is inevitable."
Tekoah said that the summit
talks in Moscow were hopeful to
Israel because they indicate that
the two superpowers "are more
interested in improving their bi-
lateral interests then in trying to
impose an outside dictated i>eace
en Israel and Egypt."
The militance of the blacks.
Spanish speaking groups, and the
Indians following on the heels
if the holocaust and the estab-
i-hment of Israel have resulted
m a new pride in their Jewishness
amont! Jews as an ethnic group,
according to Rabbi Joel S. Gef-
en. director of Community Edu-
cation of the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America, who spoke
t the convention of the 375-club
National Federation of Jewish
Men's Clubs.
Dr. Geffen noted, however, that
ihi- return to ethnic pride pnra-
11 ideally comes at a time when
too many Jews "lack ihe know-
ii (if:e of their own Jewish h*r!t**e
and religious traditions. "This," he
jointed out, "is the vital challenge
which is facing the American Jew-
iEh community today. Only those
who arc emotionally rootea in
Judaism and the Jewish people-
hood can feel their ethnicity a*
something larger than self and
lace up to the problems of life in
a pluralistic society."
Deelarir? that the passion for
Assimilation that characterized
American thinking for so many
years is now a thing of the pas*.
Governor Marvin Mandel of Mary-
land who delivered the keynote
address, told the convention dele-
gates that "ethnic shame and
anonymity is the great sin of the
ace."
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American Jewry has three major
responsibilities, support for Israel
aid to Soviet Jewry and a fight to
save our children from Jewish .lit-
eracy and indifference througn an
expanded program of Jewish edu-
cation-according to Dr. Irving
Lehrman, president of the Syna-
gogue Council of America who ad-
dressed the convention Tuesday
evening.
Declaring that a flourishing Jew-
ish life in the United States is
basic to Jewish survival. Dr. Lehr-
man said: "Israel would not bo
better off if we in this country
were to commit cultural and spiri-
tual suicide and remain onlv the
money bags. Israel does not want
to be built at the expense of Ameri-,
can-Jewish life; rather is she ask-
i ing us to become partners in
j building the great approach to
10, an and spirit Which win secure
the future of the Jewish people."
Arthur S. Bruckman served as
chairman of the nominating com-
mittee, which proposed a slate of
officers for 1972-73 which included
Max M. Goldberg of Washington,
DC., president; Paul Goldberg.
Sidney J. Goldstein, I. Murray
Jacobs, Dr. Morton Lang and Abra-
ham Silver, vice presidents; Joseph
Gurmankin, treasurer, and1 Milton
Mandel, secretary.
Miami Beach Vice Mayor Robert Goodman, (center) pre-
sented the official proclamation declaring May 'Seni-ir
Citizens' Month" to Louis Kroll, president of the Congress
of Senior Citizens. At left are Max Korman, past president
of the Congress and Mrs. Betty Endewelt, founder and past
president, Mrs. trances Klein is at right.
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Friday. June 2, 1972
Jewistifhridixr
Page 7-A
Stanley Gilbert Installed
is President Of The V
Stanley R- Gilbert was recently
installed as president of the Great-
,,, Miami YM-YWHA at its annual
nicotine and installation dinner in
tl. Central "XI!.,,, ......
More than 250 guests from the
gocial agency community through-
STANllY R. GILBERT
I out Dade County as well as memb-
| ers and friends of the "Y" were on
I hand to welcome the in-coming
officers.
Sir. Gilbert has extensive ex-
perience in community services
and agencies to bring to the Y's
executive board. He has been
chairman of the board of directors
of the YM-YWHA and is a former
vice president of Temple Beth Am.
During the past year, he was as-
sociate treasurer of the "Y".
Mr. Gilbert has served on the
Budget Committee of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation for three
years and has been active on the
leisure Time and Youth Commit-
tee of the Federation as well.
Serving with Mr. Gilbert will Ik-
Jack Kat/man. honorary presi-
dent:; Mrs. Ray Benin, Allan J.
Gluckstern, Norman Kasser, Evan
Olsler, and Donald Reiff. vice
presidents; Edward Lustig, treas-
urer; Dr. William Levin, associate
treasurer; Matthew Kttinger, re-
cording secretary; Jack Schenk-
man, corresponding secretary; and
Mrs. Ronald Gelles, financial sec- I
rctary.
Graduates Feted
At Beth David
Hebrew School graduates will be
honored during Saturday morning
services at Beth David Congrega-
tion June 8.
Member* of the class arc Ron-
ald Berliner, Andrew Bernstein.
Isaac Ersoff, Harold Hoodwin, An
drew LabOie, Beth Levey, Davic
Pincus and Lorcn Plotkin.
Dr. Donald Michaelson is erluca
tion administrator of the school-
Dr. Donald MIchaelson and Louis
Gadon are the instructors.
The congregation membership
committee is sponsoring a picnic
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Crandon Park, lot 2, pit 4.
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Friday. June 2
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letters to the edrtor
Mr. IXbKl
Mr. C.fkM
Mr. Cri.t
Gilboa Featured Speaker
At Graduation Exercises
Dm Boa Mosfae QOboa. Cons::!
Genual of Is.-a~. will tx- ite fea-
^akT at the annual Grad-
uation exercises of the Hebrew
bool at 7:3 Mondav
the an the rv*- Fede-
-- i _:-- Hoc. 120 Enacayne
& ;
I nry of the Six-
Da.- War
At the gra-i lation
L "inert a

del Jewish Edu-
n wili be honored for his
.Ice to Jew-
ish 1 jcation in -..-.
Mr. ZDberl of the
Hebrew Home (or : of
Mi U a member of the
Planning Committee foe Jewish
Education of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation. He is a civic
leader and an officer of Tern
En an .-/;]. Lehrrran Day School,
Jewish TV-'.iiogiral Seminary
arvl the Israel Histadrut Founda-
tion.
A testimonial plaque will be pre-
sented to Mr. Zilbert by Jack S.
Popicfc. a past president of the
Bureau of Jewish Education who
is now president of Greater Miami
Jewish Home foe the Aged iDoug-
Gaordana.)
The evening's program which
include a dramatic presenta-
tion called The Return of Jeru-
salem is under the direction of
M Irving Seidel. Chairman of
ent will be Abraham Grun-
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Graduates of the Hebrew High
Ol Class of 1972 are Tina
Eer'-zin Michael Benjamin. Alan
Bernstein, Alan Finkelstein. Ro-
bert Finkelstein, Frances Glusha-
Itov Mara Niedenthal. John Sal-
Jerome Schwersky, David
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KIMTOR. The Jwi-h FloridUn:
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iaa re. Oft,
t tneir aaafrtendlineaa toward
Americans. .Mr. Sboemakei
.- gk ted t ntion that
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considered as brethren, and for been since World War II
whom they are willing to wage
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Friday. June 2, 1972
+Jewish HorkHan
Page 9-A
Kenneth Schwartz Elected Top 0fficers Installed At Beth Moshe
President Of Temple Sinai
At its recent annual meeting,
- pie Sinai, North Dade's Re-
form Congregation, elected Ken-
Leonard Ho1 lander, Murray Tobin
Leonard Israel, Frank Kromsky,
Aaron Podhurst, Steve Chaiken,
Robert Bergtmn. D-\ R, mi...,
Schwartzenfeld, Maurice N. Swift,
Lawrence J. Zirn, Ur. Lee li^.i
ner and Herman Rosenwasser.
Rabbi Rali>h P. Klngiley U
s'liritunl leader; Irving P. Shuikes
is cantor.
Rabbi Joseph A. Gorfinkel will
install officers and board members
of Beth Moshe Congregation lur-1
ing Friday night services.
Headed by Charles Weissman.
president the slate includes Her-
bert Lelchuk, Barnet Selby, Her-
bert Kanter and Danny Gordon,
vice presidents; Mrs. Selma Her-
zog, Gail Segal, Eileen Rand, sec-
retaries, and Philip Abel, treasurer.
Serving on the board are Frieda j
Blank, Cy Blumenthal. I.eRoy
Borofsky, Babs Gordon, G.x>rge
Grafman, Mark Emmer, Max Hei-
ken. Jack Lampert, Herbert Lew-
insohn, Mark Marks, Jacob Perl-
man, Sandy Hack, Jack Missry.
Dr. George Segal, Bernice Stark,
Henry Stevens, Howard Richman.
Etta Thayer, Florence Linden.
Joseph Rosenfeld and Dor-ithy
First.
The President's Council includes
Bud Breitbart, Ben Miller, William
Kustin, Milton Pepper, Dr. aul
Richman, Leonard Miller, Sher-
man S. Winn and Stanley Rosen-
strauch.
The One Shabbat following
services will be hosted by the
temple Sisterhood.
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t Jewish Appeal.
Also elpcted to serve the con-
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;,! -i.lcnt. Mr* Peiken. who lives
in Skylake with his wife. Leslie
their two children, is an ac-
countant with the firm of Harris,
Kerr, Foster & Co.
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+Jewlsti fhrPHur
Friday, June 2, 1972
/ hiabbi ^>peah* ^from \Jlte f-'ulpit
fl

Menorah Symbol Of Judaism
I *^TH IORAM- NE 14th St .<
A H A V A T 8MALOM CONOREGA- J^^STj'SLriS*! M" U?
TION. SVt SW 67th Ave. Orthooox Fr"f. \ ,7^ s'^'T "'"'" M
p. ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Av. *<*d by "iShabbat and r,
.....- -------- lave **ttiy. OMor Sol Pakow.u 2| B.NAI Raphael. i4oi Nw -^^ ,
From time to time in recent been enmeshed and intei-woven in- wanted to forget. Unless we know ieth am (TEMPLt). 5950 n. Ken- """P",,*!' "."".fr Ch^l*, *<**<
years, the subject of Jews or Jada- to the fabric of Jewish life. How that past and clearly understand SLSt LJSSSl ''",<>rm' """ Fr,da>" 8:,; pm A""u<> trmt "
inn ha> appeared in popular maga-l do you separate them? i it. our future will be obfusca'"-1------------
7ines and rvri-
Bv DR. SAMl'F.L Z. JAFFE
Tcniplf lieth El Hollywood
I and culture, and for many, of na- f both the immediate and the re-
tionhood. All these elements' have mote, which too many of us have
wanted to forget. Unless we know
understand
seated.
)
crable Inl
the
I -JW '""^Hl '"' OUr ''00'
I Vtar'
B WsHk A .iek-
'- i Time M ma-
' ten state, Israel has become the Menorah. The lamps are to be so
Ii Means I loau ;,f Jew'h Identity. All ..i us mounted that they will cast one
are aware of the great renewal of blaze of light toward the !:
- ana locus navi always people, tsotn jewi-n commumtk-
ihifted from one element to an- must be strengthened and d
ill.: within the Jewish civiliza- their indigenous identitii s sid
tlon. Judaism has never been inon- side, enriching one another with
olithic. But in our day. "he expres- their own historic experience.-.
sions ol one's Jewishness are nore
numerous and divergent than ?ver In lnt' scriptural lesson this Sab- Minxes
,il, ~. ; ;,-.....,.j .. .. Friday 8:1S p
--------
BETH KODESH. H01 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rahbi Max
Snapiro. Cantor Leon Segal.
3ETH TOV (Temple). 64j8 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Car.tor Seymour
Ral.l.i .|:,ff,.
bath, Aaron is instructed a- to
YOUNG ISRAEL OF G(kATER
MIAMI. 990 NE l7tSt St. Orh0a!,R
Rabbi Naftali Porush. jj
*:0RAL*GAB'.ES
i |i m s< -
Cin^ .1, .-__ t .1 t "<'". "' -- iiBuucteu a- to combined Installation of tempi, and JUDEA (Temple) 5500 Granada bu,
Sine th. emergence of the Jew- the lighting of the seven branch sisterhood ..if -". R.bb' MoVrta "".Y vi
Friday ^ p m Family Won ..
'SRAEL (Tempie) OF GREATER
Miami. 137 NE 19th Street. Reform
i-> Hil'ludlllK m
10 ZAMORA (Temple) .4 ramora avt-
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell
er.
Etrj.
41
-rivet iyu. ^_.- '".. 1M<' -"elioiil
However, as American Jews, re- Judaism. Its individual lamps re-
gardless of the ties which bind US| fleet some small light on our i!en-
to Israel, we must come to realize titv. When all 'he lights are 'used
I that we cannot live on borrowed land focused on the centralit.- of
-"- to existentialists.
The probing question is: how
- a modern Jew affi m h- toy iat We canno, I:ve on borrowed| anci focused on the centralit.- of
ft ties? Is it through financial | coura2e >" on the accomplishments the Jewish neoplehood. they will
' ol Isra*l i.-nn'e affiliation "' 0Ur Israe11 bretnj,en- Although reflect a blaze illumining our
or making Aliyah? What must be vv'' may ,ia%c comnion ">". our identity.
l is commitments that his self "i,'M*'">' cannot be a vicarious one
as a Jew tal n its full ',:,>e .,,:-. meiltS- |
Thi 0.^, i ft is imperative for us to find
teuity about Je-.v1sh our own i'dontity and r^sucoiw1
is ue in large measure our roots in our own experience.
t. the very nature of Jucaiim. in our high points of achievement
is an inextricable blending] and our travails. It is time for us
peoplehood. of faith to itflect deeply unon our past
OR OLOM (Tempie) 8755 SW 16th
St. Coniervative. Rabbi Ralph
Glixman. 13
riFERETH ISRAS-^. 500 N. Miami
Ave. Coniervative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein. 14

SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
'Be-Ha-A-Lot-Echa'
-And the Lord spoke unto Moses, saying. Speak unto Aaron
gwto him. when thou lightest the lamps .' (Chanters
DKDICATION OF THE LEVITES: Aaron was entrusted with
he duty of arranging the seven lamps of the Menorah so that the
i-;htprojected forwards. Before formally entering upon their du-
the Levites underwent a ceremony of purification by cleans-
lnm he whole community. Within the tabernacle ttsalf, various
.vmboUc arts were carried out which signified the dedication of
Levit m to their sacred sen-ice.
DEPARTURE FROM SINAI: Whenever the cloud arose f-om
the tabernacle, it was the signal for the camp to continue its iour-
' ->. Moses was commanded to have two silver trumpets mad,-
l.e sounding of which also gave the signal to march; they ve,v
in addition, to summon the whole congregation to the sine
to roun the alarm before battle and to proclaim jovous
asions such as festivals and the new moons. After a stay >'t al-
a year, the lifting of the cloud gave the signal for the Is-
- departure.
.Tf.AI.OUSV OF AAROX AND MIRIAM: At Hazcroth the
I Malting place, Miriam and Aaron spoke slightingly of Moses
because he had married a Cushite woman, and claimed equ.nl au-
SURFSIOE
MOOAN DAVID CONGREGATION
0293 Harding Ave.. Surfaide. Towr
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D. Vina.
60
---- ---
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). M7 E Oik-
land Park Blvd. Rabbi Akiva Bril.
liant. Cantor Vaurice n>eu 41
FT. LAUDERDAlt
EMANL'-EL. 3245 W. Oakland P,Pn
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur J. *b-
ram. Cantor Jerome Klement. II
POMPANO BEACH
SHOLOM (Ten,pie). 132 SE 11th Ava.
Conservative. Rajbi iiorni A. &op.
Cantor E'neat Schrtiber.
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER, aim
NW 9th St.
HAUANDAIE
ZION (Temple) 8000 Ml!lr Rd. Con.
aervative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro
16
HIAIEAH
TIFERETH JACOB iTemple). <51 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na-
than Zolondek 15
Friday 8:13 p.m Sermon topti Altar.
IbV^e^al'battt^b "ti^S^ EgcJ>
,n,l Mr. Danle.grower. HOUTWCOO *
NORTH MIAMI BE7H EL (Temple). 1351 S. 14th Ava
BETH MOSHF CONGREGATION i K "wv'T *?' <."rT*n u!',''
(C). im. Jewish TWsmphle AB,,.y, JeT' flgftgr*1 C,,<>r BS fir.. 'SSSSli ^1^" "
rS^JSJ^SSS,^ mUU BUCH BE SHALO^nTpr.,. 172S MM.
ine worn ItasKaiah nv-ans I AGU0ATH ISRAEL, 7801 Carlyla Ave i ro* St- Conservative. Rabbi Mrto
"understanding" or enlighten- Orthodox. 17 | Malavaky Cantor Irving Go.d. 41
ment." It is derived from the same beth Israel. t?3 ,n 8t. orthodox 9INAI (TainpiejT*ijoi johnaon st
root as the word "Sechol" W'lich "bbl Berel Wei... ia I ^unaervative. Rabbi DaviJ Shapiro.
means inel,igence. ; 8ETH jACoB-loT^..h,nfl,on Ava. I C"ntr """X^- '
Oi hodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T Swir. n'"m
lhe term 'Haskalah" is used to */ Cantor Maur.ce Mair.chea. 19' ri=i ,Traham. ?^it,r *
refer ,0 a movement which began beth nAmuSThmm 1MI ^ ^.UIIT^T'a^'^^
I in Oermany in the 18th centurv Jefferaon Ave. Conservative. Rabbi 1 ~I "-------------' ----------
Its aim was to disseminate mo.lem ,v,d R"b' ~SZ* Bh- Alllllia I SllDDer.
light nrojected forwards. Before formallv enterinc ~> .w j European culture amongst Jews, beth Sholom ( Temoie). 4144
*. .:- Levites underwent a SS^CSgfflJ^ \\TS ttEP?"*" phW^"^ SSXJTt
^..^m,,,,. and th,ir garments, and wore preSentedtMo^ mem "" f3tht'r th'S ""^ '*PA?WZ %i'
ho whnlo M---------:... nn.i.. .. Saturday W: am Bar Miizv.,h Mar-
Part of this movement resultedI^TaM'&^JZ"^^*
Open Meeting
At Menorah
in treating ihe H.brew language ^THs^,st".,
BEJ TFIwAH 935 EUclio atvsi. or.
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
ky.
Temple Menorah will hoi its
annual siiDper meeting Sund
and Hebrew ailture in genera. thodox. R.bbi Joseph, E. Rack?vi ,hp temple. Reservations an
with modern critical approaches. ,ky- ____ 22 quired for the 6:30 p.m. si
At first it was not a movement of BETH yoseph chaim coNASiaa the C)i'cn meeting is scheduled to
the masses, but only of the Intel. tion, g Median AwssSfittt. Start at 8 p.m.
Zn of Jewish Irttei^'^iVpS 'im^STW.,' Thl' ,v,inin^ agenda will in-
elude election and installation of
losophers, dramatists and others..
SSL WaahinQt'on" Ave.' Orthodox!
nabbi Dow Rozeocwaio. 23
officers and board members and
CUBAN SEPHAROIC HEBREW CON- I
n\?.E uATI 7'5 Washington Ave- an end-of-the-year re|K)it by Ral'bi
Many of its adherents wer.' not
=. religious. However, in time, many
religious intellectuals were influ-
I enced
and d
and fundamentalist approach'to ?^7*v.x*v?\. R^satbaS\\ "* Entertainment will featun
Hebrew literature thus availing ,,5a,,bi Lehman will preach on "Th* ,or an<' Mx%. N'ico Feldmnn who
will offer a "Musical Pot-Pourri"
i indirectly by this movement EMANU.EL (Temp*), iroi Washino.
developed a critical, vet >va'. iil.*' c"n,ertive. Rabbi Irving
fundamentalist ammaak t. vHSTVi'J^f I* **' 2*
"ah MeUmef"'''- R,bbi Melr M,"" Ma>er Abiamoit/. according W
Z3"A Robert L. Siegel. congregation
president
tboiitv sirce thr-v t.. u 1 ,~ tm"" "J"31 au" Hebrew literature, thus ava.lin
r-m !' ,!^!f k r0C1Ved D'Vine insPirati- Moses, a themselves of th- advantage of
... gresii numiiny. remained silent, but God descended ;n a ^>'li the modern and the tradi- HE.BRIW aoei:y. 24oo pmetree "f classical and Judaic songs
rri.. odox- Rabbi Alexander S
Pi ar of .loud and called Aaron and Miriam to the tabernacle tiona'
VVll.Ti- VTo r-..Kiil-,.^ *U -^ .1 P '
where He rebuked them for their presumption. Tho-igh Divine
revelatioias were sometimes made to other prophets through vis-
ions of dreams, Moses' position was unique, since he was the only
IK 1 son to whom God directly revealed His will. When the :loud
depait.-d. Miriam was infected with leprosy and Aaron, after .-on-
fesslng his error plead, d with Moses for their sistei-s recovery
Miriam, healed after the intercession of Moses, was Isolated out-
side the camp for seven days, the minimum period for the isoia-
t.on of the kper, before being readmitted to the community.
After this the camp moved to the Wildern..-- of Paran.
The followers of this movement
were called Maskilin. a term coined
I by Judah Jeiteles in the 19th con- Bn-Hiiiei.
. tury.
SS /N^^^~7Sr.ncn ot H.. TriP,e InstallaUon Set
ian Av.c,o ?Iy>- 7,hst- nd Meri<- Rabbi Ra'l'h Glixman will offl-
orthodox. R.bbl Ab..h,m da,e at a triple installation rere-
-----.----- mony at Temple Or Olom Satur-
svNBAGOGui0hE,Ni2 COvv1.,rhUN,.TV i dav at 9 l,rr'- Taking office wU be
Ave. orthodox. R.bbi Tibo?9 H Dr ^I-vron Goulton. temple prosi-
C.ntor M.ysr En0... j, rten,. Martjn Te Brolherh,^|
KSrE,hodT0,. ,SRh.L-D.4v*dEL.hrt*.Tde' presi,lon- and Mrs. George Freed-
Cantor Abraham Seif. 2, man. Sisterhood president.
rC^bbinical U evision
rroi
cyrarnt
Jnn 1
liiii.. 4
Iniie 4
i
Ch 10. 9:."0 a.m. Tlie Jewish Worship Hour
Host: Rabbi Alexander Gross, principal,
Hebrew Academy, Miami Beach
Ch. 4. 9:30 a.m. Th.. Firs' Estate
Host: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Guests: Dr. John Carver and Rev. Anne Cordray
Oi. 7. 10 a.m. The Stili Small Voice
Host: Rabbi Joseph Narot. Temple Israel
Topic: Graduation to What?"
Guests: Dr. Sol Lkhter and Prof. Earl Wciner
What TsasMUcf
The term "Tzaddik" is found in
the Bible where it refers to a
"righteous man." With the rise o:
the HassidJe movement, this term MEN0 IAH ,7*
canv? to be Used to refer to the Conservative. HabbV-M5ver7Ah *' ^rVVvVVVVVWyrV
pious saintly leader of a Has.sidie "'ti. C,ntor Nlco Fe,dm,n'lo^'^ | I
group. Some followers consic*red Mltivah: stwiS *T3'Zr9 ''' "I f'r
him to be sort of an intermediary ** W "'"' Mrs
between God and man. Pcoplo'ner tAmiu ~'
would approach him asking him to I""'" Waterway. Conaerv'at've
pray to God for them. His extrem ward ki"?'"* u">ovltl- c"tor Ed-
' and saintliness U said to 105Ef.^MALOfS. /oss Bonita o?
piety
provide him with this special abil-
ity to beseech the Almighty.
SHALOM.
Orthodox. R.bbi Phineaa" WebeV
om
32

S^.PHARD,C JEWISH CENTER M*
Halacha Protects Women conoreoat.wstTchain m
Rabbi Tibor H. Stern of the S,,wAhin<"" Ave. iiaaw A.rorTon
Jacob C. Cohen Community Syna-
gogue said this week "there is no
discrimination in Halacha against
women." He also maintained that
the constitutional separation of
church and state further insures
.. the sanctity of Jewish law.
CANDLEUGHTING TIME
20 SIVAN 7:48
NRTJH.r "AV VILLAGE JEWISH
SfeTR^sS
t.ve. R.bbi Philip Fried, v*0,,e'
M0TH MIAMI BtACH
ANETMi.YmiSoUR-UN P'>. 102S
NE Miami Gardens Dr. Conaerv.
t.ve. Rabbi Milcon Schlinak* cJS
tor Nathaniel Sehub. ^' C,j,
This puge is prepared in
cooperation u-ith the GreMti
Miami Rabbinical Association.
Coordinator of the feature!
appearing here is
RABBI MAXWELL BERGER
Spiritual Leider of
Terasde Zamora
Corel Gables


5 I Friday. June 2, 1972
-JenisMcrfdnar)
Pagell-A
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Max Lerner
'Sees It
NEW YORK. N.Y. While President Nixon is launched on
lii- seven days in Russia that may save his world, the three
major Democratic candidates will lx> moving heaven and earth
te save theirs. Wallace will probably do a bedside campaign
ihrouRh taped talks. Humphrey and McGovcrn will be wrestling
in a strange debate.
Nothing has turned out as anyone predicted. The content is
between three impossible candidates- one who we all thoiiRht
was an imjwssible man of the radical ri^ht, one who was an
:,n|xxssible man of the radical left, and a man of the center who
v :i an impossible man of the past. So much for the arts of pre-
(irtion and so much for politics as a predictable art.
George Wallace will doubtless be a presence at the conven-
tion whether or not he is there in person. With a bloc of dele-
gates bargaining chips the question is what he will trade them
for. Any Democratic Party which would give him the presidential
nomination would be split beyond recovery. But given his showing
ir the primaries, he might drive a hard trade and hold out for
lie vice presidential spot.
On the paralysis question, even i! the dark prognosis against
recovery should prove true, he would have the Franklin Roose-
. t case as precedent. After he was stricken, FDR served vith
vigor as governor of New York, before he ran for president.
Where Wallace differs from the Roosevelt case is that he faces
ihe future with a double count against him Ills political ex-
tn mism and his physical condition.
TUB lU'MPHKKY-MiiiOVKKN twosome is as puzzling to
i \plain as the success of the solitary Wallace. McGovern has sur-
vived through shrewd tactics and an image of forthright.less.
Humphrey has survived through vitality and an linage of always
ing there Humphrey because people remember him, Mc-
Govern because they feel they have discovered him.
It is an image campaign. Attractive, articulate, contained.
McGovern's image ha.- stood up well tinder the pitiless spotlight,
.'inning a few primaries, emerging as a psychological winner in
t'K others by doing better than the form sheets called for.
Mostly he has gained strength from the vacuum of enthusiasm
I >r other acceptable Democrats and I don't count Wallace
here. McGovern has had the kind of support the young and
talented which only the stars Roosevelt, Stevenson, hotli
1- c nnedys. Gene McCarthy have had in the past.
His danger is that his followers see him as a gleaming St.
;e about to slay a monstrous c'ragon. The fact is that he
is no St. George but a resourceful politician who has taken ler-
renl positions but will not be averse to tailoring them to gel a
ider appeal base.
I knew a!)out Hubert Humphrey's personal energy and
I ounce, hut had assumed that the Democrats would summarily
torn down a replaying of the 1%8 Nixon-Humphrey performance.
We have learned that it ain't necessarily so. His buoyancy, as
candidate and as man, has been one of the surprises of 1972.
Once known as the great civil-rights and welfare liberal, Hum-
phrey has been through all the wars political, military. Ideo-
logicaland emerged haltered and scarred, but still a warm,
-i-rappv, versatile survivor.
THERE ARE A FISTFUL of adjectives, hut there is a list-
fill of Humphrey to apply them to. If there wore a Pulitzer
Pii/e for political resilience he would walk away with it. doing
handsprings as he carried it off. Humphrey fits the nonideologi-
cal mood of the present better than he did the frenzied confron-
tation mood of 1968.
For all his shifting stands on various issues. Humphrey has
so long been part of the political Ian scape that he must rank
as a landmark. The intellectuals dislike him for trimming his
views, for not speaking out against the war as vice president.
Tor not cutting loose from L.B.J. in 1968. But at a time when
ordinary people feel they are victims of future shock, it would
be unwary to write off the chance that they will vote lor a
landmark.
One can see why Humphrey wanted the debate with Mb-
Govern. He was behind in the delegate count, fearful of f-
fornia and New York, in danger of slipping out of the primaries
and out of history. He wanted a chance to force the front-runner
into damaging positions, and took the risk of being damaged in
the process. But if so, why did McGovern accept? Because the
debates may help him do what he needs most to do broaden
his base, come across to the Democratic South and also to the
blacks. Jews and other city ethnic groups; not as a radical but
as a "dynamic center" Democrat. McGovern's problem now is
less that of winning delegates than that of winning the party
pros, who still mistrust him. Hence his calculated risk.
They will both bear watching, to see which would make a
better president. And Wallace, who might play almost any role,
will be watching, too.
This Week In History,..
lit Years Ago This Week: l!:v>
"BERLIN A Jewish girl sus-
tained serious injuries and many
Jews were wounded in Breslau in
what the press termed 'a pogrom
on the Jews on a large scale.' '
"MONTREAL Canadian Jew-
ry will this month cel.-brate the
centennial of equal rights granted
to them as much as 23 years be-
fore they were given to the Jews
in the motherland.''
"BERLIN President Paul von
Hindenbnrg's decision to disolve
the Reichstag, elected only a
month ago, cast a shadow in Jew-
ish circles. A reign of terror in
which Jews will be the victims is
feared during the election cam-
paign. Zionist leaders declare
that the fate of Jews in Germany
will affect the fate of millions of
Jews in other countries where Ger-
many has been set up as an ex-
ample. Non-Zionist leaders prefer
not to predict. ."
A Nazi Party was formed in
Bulgaria.
"BERLIN The Jewish popu-
lation of Germany need not fear
an adverse change in their -.itua-
tion, the JTA was assured by gov-
ernment circles. It was poi ited
out that among newly appointed
high government officials are veil-
known friends of the Jews."
Russian Jews were heing "ar-
rested and often torture", by the
i GPU i, who demand American
dollars or gold coin as the price
for liberty."
10 Years Ago This Week: IMt
"BONN West Germany as a
Confirmation At Ner Tamid
Dr. Eugene Labovitz will con-
firm 22 students at Temple Wt
Tamki Sunday at 10 a.m. The on-
firmands will present an or! dnal
cantata entitled "Souls on Fire"
with music by Shlomo Carlel;ach
and narration by Emanuel ['[t.
educational director of the te-i.pte
Also participating in the pro-
gram will be Cantor Edward Klein
A'.i-am Krashinsky, musical di-
rector, and Sally La/are. p'anist.
A reception will follow services,
Students to he confirmed inelu 'i
Sergio Bakes, Lori Anne Her nan.
Milliard Budd. Robert II. Danzigcr.
Linda Susan Dunn, Rosanne Beth
i Freeman, Donna Lynn Goldman
l Debra Goodman, Debra Sue G.irin,
Marc Go-s, David Himclstcin. San-
ford Horwitz. Abbe Beth Kiein-
! berg, A'an Richard F/vy, Jac-
queline Maria Lorber. Eileen Lurie,
Lawrence Jav Mandel. Jill Karen
Miller. Robert Bruce Miller. Steph-
anie Sa ".ofsky, Steven Jeffrey Tag-
l rin and Dehhy Yafl'e.
whole took the execution <>l Adolf
Elchmanfl in its stride with
the general feeling ... of .Hi. f
that *tne thing is over." A West
German government spokesman
sa'd: 'Justice has been done.'
Yaacov Bar-Or, ehW aide to
Attorney General Gideon Haumer
at the Kichmann trial was
arrested a"d released" or bail for
allegedly filing false legal qualifi-
cations.
Austria's S-eialist Party dis-
closed that West Germany Imd
foiled a plot by a former Kichmann
aide to kidnap Dr. Nahum flol |.
matin and hold him in an Arab
country as a hostage for the exe-
cuted Nazi.
"There is nothing more import-
ant for the heals of the Zionist
movement than unitv in the ranks
of the General Zionists the world
over." Dr. Emanuel Neumann told
the Confereration of General Zion-
ists.
New York Citv moved to prose-
cute sto-es selling "kosher"' meat
'hni wasn't.
The royal fortress of King Solo-
mon that commanded the highway
from the Judean desert to illilat
was unearthe at Tel Arad.
A dinner honored Dr. Joa hen
P,-j,v p.-.-i et of the America:.
Jewish ro-iTo-s .n't fin.
(From the fllen of ih. .iT.Vi
Pythians Elect Slate
A collation and social hour will
follow election of officers at the
next regular meeting of the George
Gershwin Knights of Pythias
Lodge Monday at 7:30 p.m. at the
Surfside Community Center.
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I-i>: 5 carters at 16&51 NE 4th
a-t aad *- -^ -- *t **"**" of
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40 local and nationa,
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The plan is called "Snip and
Take." and the r-rprise is a S3
considered the instr-jment- The
offer does not apply when eaaaeaa-
ers warn to retain their aerate at
the ok! address during the move
The spokesman Bays -.rat the
cord can be cut wnh a pair of
scissors, and the set or sets arfl]
*J
-*-.'- he
taks
;rs
I .:
-ror_
a ----- -* rrar. *
biauajuc home the
Maaaaai ta leatnex
tta .:.-..
an who eacjesaij
reiaxatioc of aBBSJ
Or preserrt ptta^-;--, ;->
Preiiderrt -ri: a>> :* -a :.-r
so marry asrree----*--= f 503-
ctance agairs-
his own ea-tj-erne-y tough ac-
t-ons to mniam the North Viet-
riarriese offensive.
IF ASBXD for his op-roon.
e-.ery -ingle liberal Democrat
woul: have predicted iha*
ing Haiphong Harbor wou:-:
kil>c! any chance of a summit.
Most of them would have pre-
dicted dire Soviet military re-
actons. In these predi-:- oa
the acadernics and liberal in-
tellectuals mould have been ever-
more extreme than the Demo-
cratic politicians.
But the President did not
ask for \>-w5 about his Hai-
phong decision. He did what he
thought necessary'. The ?-xm-
Tott plans went forward, a- be-
fore. A great many self- import-
ant people ought to feel pretty
foolish, in sum.
^tew-nt- for one or two jhael -y. 34-;^ u-, b\- tte hattaaVr
busineas a->i resadence c-jstomers ( jw^ ^^ location. The S5 credit is
moving within the city. Soottern p^ c-jstomer not per telepbor>e
s service represertat-ves are ?-------- ---------------------
teHnr c-jstomers in that situation. I*
the cord on your phone take
the set with you to your new house
or business and mtH faae you a
SS credit.'"
According to a S.-.-herr- Be^
s=--ciaa------an here, the ""Saip and
Take" plan is aimed at reducing
the loss of telephone sets left in
vacated houses and offices. It
also reduces the expense of assign-
g -.-ciied Scf-tSem Bel: an
aeople to the job of recovering I
left-m mstr-uments." he said.
The option is offered to c-JStom- I
ers moving mi thin their own lo-i.
calling area However, the offer
does not appiv to moves betm-een
North Dade '62-65-^* number pre-
fixes 1 and Hollywood.
Wall sets are not included in the
plan because of the way they're
mounted, but Trimrine wa" set-
are included since the handset is
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Friday. June 2, 1972
'JewIsii fhrldHmr
Page 13-A
Delegates From 20 Nations
Attend WJC Council Meet
NEW YORKDelegates from
ome 20 countries, including two
Socialist states, will attend the
annual meeting of the Govern-
inc Council of the World Jewish
Congress -(WJC) here- next
week, the first time in more
than a decade that the organi-
zation's highest body (between
plenary assemblies) has come to
America.
The meeting will be officially
o(M-ned Monday evening wit* a
v-simi which will be addressed
by Dr. N'ahum Goldmana, presi-
dent of the WJC
The session will be preceded
by a closed all-day Academic
Conference on Latin America on
Sunday, where the situation in
all the countries in Central and
South America will be evaluated
after reports from the delegates
from each of them.
Monday two sessions will be
devoted to the report of the
Commission on Organization,
headed by Monroe Abbey, Q.C.,
of Montreal.
Tuesday will be devoted to a
discussion on "TTie American
Jewish Community in the Urban
Crisis." Rabbi Arthur Hertz-
berg, newly elected president of
the American Jewish Congress,
and Dr. Seymour Siegel, Profes-
sor of Theology at the Jewish
Theological Seminar)- of Amer-
ica, will be the panelists. That
evening, the Governing Council
will host a dinner roi- its chair-
man. Rabbi Dr. Joachim I'rinz,
to mark his 70th birthday.
Wednesday morning will be
devoted to the Middle East, with
a discussion following a briefing
by Israel's Ambassador to the
United States, Gen. Itzhak Ra-
bin. The rest of the conference
will consist of various sessions
one the situation of Jewry every-
where.
Dr. Gerhart Riegner is secre-
tary general of the WJC, with
headquarters in Geneva; Rabbi
Joseph Karasick is chairman
and Max Melamet is executive
director of the American Sec-
tion of the WJC, hosts to the
Governing Council.
British Floridian Club
The British Floridian Club is
holding its annual Queen's Birth-
day dance at 8:30 p.m. Saturday,
June 10, in the Miami Firemen's
Benevolent Hall. Music for the
evening will be supplied by the
Velvetones.
Merchants..
picture your store in a
Garden Shopping Plaza
Ofi;the-Guif, at Naples, Florida
Gulfshore Square
DISTINCTIVE GARDEN SHOPS
"Sewing America's highest concentration of wealth."
Culfshore Square is centered in the heart of the Platinum-
Coast, serving America's richest buying power. In Naples
alone, a buying power that is 59% greater than the average
for Florida. An estimated buying income per household
that is higher than Palm Beach County, or Dade with Miami
and Coral Gables.
The beautiful City of Naples is centered in the heart of the
Platinum Coast. Comprising beautiful Naples, Marco Island,
the Isles of Capri, Port Royal, Sanibel Captiva, McGregor
Isles and nearby Fort Myers. Truly, one of the richest and
most affluent concentrations of wealth in America.
Gulfshore Square Offers:
A unique opportunity for fine shops
A top location, easy-to-reach, with spacbus free parking
U And ... if you are the Merchant, the Merchant that we
are seeking, we will offer you a top Opportunity. An
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Cabaret Night Set
June 10 At The T
The Greater Miami YM-YWHA
Latin-American Committee has
announced plans for a Latin-
American Cabaret night at the'"Y",
8500 SW 8th St.. Saturday, June
10. The gala affair, which will be-
gin at 9:00 p.m., will include danc-
ing,'"entertainment,' "refreshments
and enjoyment in a Latin flavor.
The highlight of the evening
will be the floor show presented
by the Asi' Era Cuba Revue. They
will entertain with musical com-
edy and chorus dancing.
The Miami Brass Orchestra will
also be on hand to provide music
for dancing. Also scheduled for
the evening are door prizes and
several humorous awards.
Tickets including entertain-
ment, set-ups and refreshments
are available in advance as well
as at the door.
Judge Herin To Be Honored
Circuit Court Judge William A.
Herin has been selected for the
annual Outstandinc Citizenship
Award of the Grand Jury Associa-
tion of Kijrida. He was to receive
the citation Thursday night at the
25 anniversary dinner of the orga
nization at the Dupont Plaza Hotel.
Florida Supreme Court Justice Hai
P. Deklc was to speak
Conservative, Reform Unite
For Youth Tour To Israel
Conservative and Reform gyna-1
gogues in Hollywood arc co-spon-:
sors of an El Shalom teen tour to i
Israel and LonrJon, which departs!
from Miami June 21 via El A! and
Eastern Airline's. '""' '"''
Organized by Sam Rosencranz
of Bon Voyage and Daphna Tours,
the projects was coordinated by
Dr. Morton Malavsky, rabbi of
Temple Beth Shalom, and Dr.
Samuel Jaffe of Temple Beth El.
Some 35 teen-agers have Signed
up for the tour, with Shirley Gold-
man, youth coordinator of Temple
Beth Shalom, as overseer. Advis-
ors will be Arvin Jaffe, Debbie
Medanic and Aaron Solomon.
The group will spend three weeks
in Israel, staying at guest houses
operated bv kibbutzim near major
cities. The two Hollywood rabbis
will spend time with the group at
various highlights of the Broward
County mission.
Subsidies for the tour were pro-
vided by the Israel Pilgrimage
Fund of Beth El, by the Sisterhood
and Men's Club of Beth Shalom
an<; by the Jack and Rachel Sha-
piro Endowment Fund. The Jew-
ish Welfare Federaiion of Holly-
wood also assisted in the project.
JWV Group Meeting
Jewish War Veterans Post and
Auxiliary 330 were to hold a regu-
lar business meeting Thursday at
8 p.m. in the American Legion
Hall. Mrs. Bessie Gibber is Auxil-
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Friday. hrse 2. 1973
fsrvel Newsletter
ty CAM. AlPERT
/Tojr r/ie Russian Immigrants Will Vote
"*"p-.ftITBt Tpi
B^ipen an?
4M -T-.t
seal mtr
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rr.Per*. r- n;>: aravad
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nrtrre-..' Rv <>:.-
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Bet tiie "\ aae-Som
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nan) Scria_i^r. Tti-
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xr >osc:m
H- ire attracted to 1 hatz
- (.-.and ap to th< So**
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keii ot. : Tha: )- *j
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-ray h&v nee m tfe
. and the
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and ie: : ** new c-oe> n find '. h- 1
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agea
-eorsia TV}- are *r. ur>-
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The Labo; Part} 1 Mf naBjr ..' ?..- ^.
A.i.. aa <*-> n
v. i, <*. tead la -r-AJ^f ao imprt-
**espre*d vj
tea he *nr.
the S Labor Par'.;. Tkc
er-or.'.
atel la* ta Iteaakeaa Begkl and
To the Raaafaa laaaxgraau Ik
-;.. and the name **naiic :..
Bark KIiImrIibh tall, a young eagkaa
irko erred I san in a Raaafaa
(or kk z .- .,
11 Ian mo add* Baa
Bj vftrtac al their iafiuea?.. and
T American leva car. h-5? brinr
am Rjesib to larac
- large numb*---
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-*jt attaarti nd
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AsBV* IV ere Utyimq
By lOtfltT SEGAL
Inflation And The Israeli
pBE j \\> or ni-MLVT k
1I_ IT Bulho* m tbt w-.fic tricJaaj last Fnaa*__
- : cf Israr-. The eost-of-ii. mj a
-* aaaj the Ceatral B. 9ta-
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hraw Uaaaaaa r.
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-
leakli
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dunfa
-
conflart at tha' ib have not found the -ay
to present Ws eactrers* catoricai demaads. re-
garding any mntwaaia as too small if it left Is-ae5
1- eaictenoe. vhtle for I-raei any ean-Tecaor. a4
too great if H naiTtured and eadangered the '*.- -
af surv-i\aL~ The hooks lencrtb wBttgatrr araaiil
rbe a*e dtstrioution it deaetves. PtkHing and edh-
m? could have rut n by a third and the ivsult
-oukl not have donirushed :t> ahje for the
r*adrr or seawlar.

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saaaaaeat pant? 5ft aaaaat* one US
A pur s. shcie* the saaae aipr.: 5-
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taaavteaae aay 1^ :l tmj per aaaafl Bke <
0 aooada to the gnwer. the hatch- -
t*- not boar--
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as if tha
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agreed tha: a cost of hving increroen: lv
the in pay. But alrv:
doctors far oaaaapJe. haw wan a -
after 6 years in addition u
at a full additional mor-
>*-ar Some groups, inrhatint profea*. pre.
aent*d demands amounting to 50 a hen t tkek*
-f. With the elertaons dramins nearer it
than o"iesiJonat>ir if the BafJanoaary
at paBaBai
PoBOramo.-
By DAV SCHWARTZ
That's Gratitude!
-ft \KI IL\- GOXE
ana ao reach .
'.' ,-anrta sr.- m
'
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.fr:-hnicaj exper*.r I
-> Some tJaaaaand
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is the U ||
- these linos Batidta ttt
special agonj m faces rBs 1
always ea! ii ..
The Pilg.....-
inn tkey could not torgct than- old teatet rkej
: iheir new \- can towns ait
towns Wbrceatfi
to America bjow always iMandaaj :o l:i:> aft
little vvhik spent
: ant< nk yearned for the
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l". ssot i Ihj remiixls j
of slaver; ind A tha >
;r.v free from Incomi lax I ar Exei 1
course for awne Ika Ukt ti>e nwn ksarrj
field lolls about who b t.^ ho In<
rax l>ui>-iiii GSenDcmcn, 1 oookkVt sleep -
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Friday. June 2. 1972
+Jewlst> fh>rkfa*n
Page 15-A
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
C (NO PROPERTY)
i THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1 2. EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
E OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
riVIL ACTION NO. 72-9815
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
A OF MARRIAGE
v IT THE MARRIAiiE OF
fjcTHONY HYDE, JR.. Petitioner,
,n\v K."hvvE. Respondent. -
V." -JOAN K. HYDE. Respondent
" i Howe Place
Rmnxville. New ^ ork
v.. ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
,-u mi mtion for Dissolution of Mar-
... ban l"'1' "led against you and
, required to servo it copy nf
..ritten dofensea, If any. to it
' T-MJAX'EF ft PADRK, attorney
(.,r Petitioner, whose address Ik 480
line-In Road. -Miami Beach, Florida
,.....ind file tri- original with the
ur'k i the above styled court on or
i,,for. Juno 23, 1872: oih.rwlse a de-
tail will be entered arn.nst you for
lh" relief d. niandcd in the complaint
""rhi" notice shall be published once
ieh week for four consecutive weeks
i, THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
id '>url at .Miami. Florida on this
U, day of .May. 1971
i: II LBATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
ilv c. P. COPEI-AND
A- Deputy Clerk
in ii Cou''t Seal)
.\l IANOPV It UADER, E8Q&
4"0 Lincoln Itoad
Miami Beach, Florida SS1S9
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKIiKltV GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
hu-sine- under the fictitious name of
GENERAL ORGANIC DEVELOP-
MENT at 2825 Oak Avenue. Coconut
Qrove, Fla, Intend to register mid
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court ol Hade County. Florida.
HERALD ENGEL
.MAUII-YN ADAMS
5/19-26 6,'2-t
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. 72-10045
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage of
Al I'.KRT GERALD MUIXIN8,
Pi 'iii.,nor.
and
BVBLYN MARIE MFLI.INS.
n ndelit,
X(j BVELYN MARIK MFLI.INS
. Vandorblll Place
S'ashvllle, Tennessee
VOll ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai hi action for D riage has been filed against you and
\.ui .ii" required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any, to It
an MORTON P. ZEMBL, attorney
'..r Petitioner, whose address is P.O.
linn _: is:., N'.B. IGSrd Street, North
Miami Beach, Florida S3162, and file
ihe original with ihe clerk of the
nbovi styled court on or before June
19, 1972; Otherwise a default will I"-
salt-red against you for the relief de-
manded in the complaint or petition
This notlci shall he published once
each w.ek for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
Kaiil courl nt Miam
IT cU> nf Ma) 1972.
K I' LBATHERMAN,
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Mail. County, Florida
By P, C<(PELAND
A* Deputy ci.-rk
ii' -, nil dun Seal)
MORTON B, ZEMEL. ESQ.
Hff.1 N.E l3rd street
North Miami Beach, Florida :'.:U6!
Attorney for Pel it inner
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of ANTI-Itl'ROLAR ALARM SYS-
TEMS & 81'PPLY CO. a( 19559 N.W.
Ind Ave.. Miami. Fla. intends to reg-
isier said name with the Clerk of
the Cir.uit Court of Dade Couniy.
Florida.
MICHAEL OONZALEZ
______________________6/19-26 6 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
ABRAHAM HKAGER
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You arc hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which vou may have against the es-
tate of ABRAHAM BKAUER deceased
late of Dado County, Florida, to the
Countv Judges of Dade County, and
file the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided In Section 731.16 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 the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 1.1th
day of May, A.D. 1972.
SEI.MA BRAC1ER. Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 19th day of May, 1972.
Marvin I. wiener, Esq.
Attorney for Executrix
1212 Almrtey Pudding
Miami. Florida
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
ol.r.A li. PEREZ,
Wife
and
JOSE PEREZ,
Husband.
TO: JOSE PEREZ
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage baa been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it
on BMANUEL LEVBNSON, Attorney
for Petitioner, whose address is: Suite
ill19 West Klaffler Street. Miami,
Florida and file the original with Ihe
Clerk of the above si vied court on or
before June 81, 1972; otherwise a
judgment may lie entered against you
for the relief demanded in the com-
plaint or petition.
WITNESS my hand and Ihe Real
of said Court on the 11 day of May.
1972.
E. B. LBATHERMAN
As Clerk of said Court
By: It M. KISSEE
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
G/19-26 0/2-9
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOIKt
:. i 9-26 6,2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage 111
business under the fictitious name ol
i Press at 30511 Justlson Road, Coco-
nut Grove, Fla. intends to register
said name with the Clerk of Ihe Cir-
cuit O.uit of Dade County, Florida.
BILL BCCOI.O
JOEL D. ROBR18H
Attorney for applicant
2S2-1 I 'ali Avenue
Coconut, -.rove. Fla. ( ^ ,..._,_,.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2036
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
DAVID ULLMAN
Ii. -ceased.
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 DAVID ULLMAN de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to 111!
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided ill Section 733.16. Florida
statutes, in their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County. Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time ol the first publication here-
of, or the same will be hnrred.
Dated al Miami. Florida, this 9 day
Of May, A.D, 1972.
Sandra 1'llman
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
the 19th day of .May. 1972.
.Marx M. Fahcr
Attorney for Executrix
!'"." Alnsley Building
Miami, Florida 83132
5/'9-26 6 2-9
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOU8 NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of MIDAN LIMITED al .1136 Alton
Road
to r.
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florid...
Midan, Inc.
By: Michael Harvey
General Partner
Michael David Harvey
Limited Partner
David Bruce Harvey
Limited Partner
Ann Harvey
Limited Partner
CYPEN & NEVIN8
Attorneys for Midan Limited
826 Arthur Godfrey Road
Miami Beach, Fla. 33141
S/19-S6 6/2-9
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Ilia
the undersigned, desiring to engag<
in business under the fictitious num.
of BOX KING-MIAMI at P.O. Bw
Miami Beach, Florida Intends 12663 Ocean View Branch, Miami Reach
later said name with the Clerk | Florida 3:114(1 intends to register sal'.
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
MARILYN TOKAY EH
fJROVER VVEIN8TELN & STACKER.
P.A. | -*
Attorneys for .M.tfilyn Tokaycr
3.19 Lincoln Road
.Miami Beach, Florida
-, 19-26 6 2-9
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious Dame
of IjOS PILLI'ELO.S CHILDREN'S
WEAR at 2911" W. 12th Avenue. Hia-
leah, Fla. intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
JOSE I-oi'EZ
TERE.SA LOl'EZ
5/19-26 6 2-9
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lbs
the undersigned, desiring to engag'
in business under the fictitious P'un
of Aquarius Garments at 268 West 2
Street, HIaleuh, intend to regist.
said name with the Clerk of the Cii -
cult Court of Dade County. I-'lorldi
Oodofredo PupoPartner
21" W 29 St., Ilialcah. Fla. 33012
Hector PupoPartner
ISO North East lf.j Terrace
North Miami Beach. Fla.
5/19-26 I 2-9
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2332 Blanton
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
MOI.I.IE APAT
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
E.late:
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of MOI.I.IE APAT deceased late
County Judges of Dade County, f I hole County, Florida, to the Coun-
ty Judges of Dade County, and file
the same In duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 738.16 Florida Stat-
utes, In their offices iii the County
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof, or
the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 2", day
of May, A.D. 1972.
Benjamin J. Apat
Burton J. Apat
As Co-Esecuton
Firs! publication of this notice on
the 2nd ilav of June, 197''
FAITNCB. FINK & FORMAN
Attorney for the Estate and
the Executor
1502 Congress Bide.
Miami. Fla. 33123
t 2-9-16-23
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-2433
III RF.: Estate nf
Florida"on"thf; NOAH SUFFER
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against said
t-' *i I '1 t II '
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed i" present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of NOAM SOFFER deceased late
of Dad. Countv. Florida, to the Coun-
ty Judges of Dade County, and file
the -am. in duplicate and as provid-
ed in Section 733.16, Florida Statutes.
:liou^inV!-:i:n^:u\,:;:no;XwiVhm
six calendar months from the
' the first publication hereof,
5/19-26 6/2-9
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N AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-2438
JOHN R. BLANTON
HE: Estate nf
i SA R. FERTIG
,-...1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i All Creditors and All Persons Hnv-
R Claims or Demands Against Said
-i.'ic:
u .re hereby notified and requlr-
>ri .nt any claims and demands
h you may have against the es-
I EI.8A K FERTIG d.....ascd
i I lade Count}*, Florida, to the
ij Judges "i l lad.- County, and
same in duplicate and as pro-
In Section 7:n.l6. Florida Statu- ;
in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida.
-ix calendar months from the
of the first publication hereof,
nme will be barred.
B led at Miami. Florida, this 22nd
i May, AD. 1972.
SIDNEY FERTIG JR,
\- Executor
I publlcatl......f this notice on
ihe 26th day of May, I97S.
HAW ILD J ci IHEN
Mtorney for Executor
one: 444-4781
ral Way, Miam
time of
or the
same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida. Ibis 1.
day of May, A.D. 1972
ZBV W K< ":.w
In IRA B. SOFFER
A- Exctlltors
First publication of this notice 01
the 19th day of May. 1972
CAIDIN, HOTHENBERO, KOOAN
,<.- koKNHl.I'M
by: Zv \\". Kogan
Attorney for Zev W Kogan and
Horn IJ. Soffer ,
420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Fla.
:. 19-26 6 2-9
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 MARR1ACE OF
EITHEL N DIEGUEZ, Wife.
and
JOSE RACE DIEGUEZ, Husband.
To: JOSE RAUL DIEGUEZ
c o Mrs. Angelina Miller
601 West 137th Street, Apt 57
New York. New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai a Petition for Dissolution of your
Marriage has been filed and commenc-
ed In this court and you are required
to serve a copy of your written answ-
er and defenses, if any. on AIN'SI.EE
l: FERDIE. attorney for Petitioner,
whose address is lir." S.W. 1st St..
Suite-:!".-.. Miami, Fla and file the
original with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before June 2::.
1972: otherwise a default will he en-
tered against you for the relief prayed
for In said petition.
This notice shall he published ..nee
each wi-.k for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
\\ ITNESS my hand and the
NOTICE O. 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: The Marriage of
ALBERT P. LELSZ, JK..
Husband,
and
Florida
.-, l'i; 6/2-9-16
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 71-1002
JOHN R. BLANTON
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 RB: The Marriage of:
BENJAMIN KARCHMER, husband,
and
JEANNE KARCHMER, wife.
TO: JEANNE KARCHMER
16X7 Commonwealth Avenue
Brighton, Massachusetts ____
YOXI ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
vou arc required to serve a copy ol
your written defenses, if any. to It on
ROSEN & RIVKIND, attorneys for
Petitioner, whose address i
said courl at Miami. Florida on this
ISIIi day of May. 1972.
E. B LBATHERMAN.
As CI. i k. Circuit Court
I >adc County. Florida
Bj V P <( iPEl.AND
As Deputy Clerk
1 (Circuit "ourl Seal)
, \i\si i:e it FERDIE
1150 S.W. 1st SI Suit.-:'.'"..
Miami. Fla. 33130
1 Attorney for Petitioner
I t-': 05) 374-5115 ^ .,
CATHERINE M. LEI8Z.
Wife.
TO: CATHERINE M. LEISZ
C n Jan Hoick
iii Second Street
Riverhea.l, New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai on action for Dissolution ..f 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 2s2T. Oak
Avenue. Suites IS & 16, Coconut Grove,
Florida, and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled courl on or
before June 21, 1972; otherwise a de-
fault will be entered against you lor
, llf the relief d. niandid in the complain'
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
JOE u:\in,
D.....ased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Sai i
Estate.
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and di -
inands which you may have again*
the estate of JOE LEVIN decease
late of Dade County. Florida to til-
County Judges of Dad.- County, aie
(lie the sam.- in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 7:;.1.16. Florida Stat-
utes, in their offices in the Count
Courthouse in Dade County, Florid*
within six calendar months from tb
time of the first publication hereof, or
the sam.- will he barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 101A
day of May, A.D. 1972.
TBRISSE BU8LOFF SCHWARTZ
As ESxecutrlx
First publication of this notice 0 .
the 19th day of May. 1972.
Myers. Kaplan, Porter, Lovlliscfn
* Kenln
ai torni \ i for Bxi cutrlx
1150 S.W. 1st Street, .Miami. Fla.
a 19-26 6 2-9
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANJ FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 71-1475
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate ..f
FANNIE SKLAR,
Deceased
i To am Creditor* and All Persona Ha\ -
I ing Claims or Demands Against Bal
, Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demand -
W'hich you may have against Ihe es-
! late of FANNIE SKLAR de.-cas.
'late of Cool; County, Illinois, to the
County Judges of Dade County, an-
file the same In duplicate and as pro -
vided In Section 733.16, Florida Stat-
utes. In their offices in the Count
Courthouse In Dade County, Florid;-,
within six calendar mouths from tb-
time of the first publication hereof, <
the same w ill be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 15th
day of May. A.D. 1972.
i leorge J. Tallanoff,
as Administrator C.T.A.
First publication of ibis notice on
the llh da.v of Mn> 1972.
TALIANI IFF A UADER
Ait.-no > lor Adm. C.T.A.
42" Lincoln Road, .Miami Beach, Fla.
:,. 19-26 6 2-9
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: Tb.- Marriage of
j. niNXY Ht'DGlNS. Husband,
id
or petition.
This notice shall be published once
' each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.ORTDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal ol
said courl at Miami. Florida on this
11 day of May. 1972
E II. I.EATHEHMAN.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Did.- County, Florida
By c P. COPELAND
A- Deputy Clerk
(Clrcull Court S.-al)
JOEL D. ROBRISH
2925 Oak Avi nue
Coconut Grove, Florida
Ai tomey for Petitioner
5 19-26 6 2-9
Flna. .
final discharge as Executrix of th'
state of the above-named decedent.
This Jg uav f May, 1972.
CI ARA JACOBS
KRISHMAN A FF.1N
BY: ARNOI D FEIN, Attorney
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Reach. Fla. 33139
6/2-9-16-28_
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
"' M R. SALES CO. at 2S(1 N.W. 62nd
Avenue. Miami. Fla. Intends lo regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
< trcuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
ida.
MARIO BOLIVAR
6/19-26 6/2-9
As Demity Clerk
(Circuit Courl Seal)
ROSEN RIVKIND
420 Lincoln Road
Miami It......h. Fla. SS139
Attorneys for Petitioner
'36 6 2-9-16
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 MARRIAGE OF
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring lo engage i
business under the fictitious name i
Vel-Mur Fabric at sail NIC 10 Ave
Miami Intend to register said nan-
with the Clerk of ihe Circuit Courl
l lad. i ount>. Florida.
Tl.....dora Rlso
329 N K 75 Si .Miami. Fla.
Silvia (lonsales
v.41 NE 1" Ave Miami. Fla.
i; 2-9-16-2::
IN
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
June 19, 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 curl irt Miami, Florida on this
16 day of May. 1972.
E. B LBATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By C. P Corn AND
1972. .
tered against you for the relief de-
manded In the complaint or petition.
This notice shall 1..- published one.
each week for four consecutive weesi
' THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
aid court at Miami, Florida
II day of May, 1972.
B. It. LBATHERMAN,
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Had,- County. Florida
By R. M- KISSEE
As Deputy Clerk
(Clrculi Court Seal)
David E Stone
STONE & SOBTCHIN
101 N.W. 12th Avenue
Miami. Florhla
Attorney for Petitioner
this
1 19-26 6 2-9
THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1637
(Blanton) 1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RB Estate of 1
SAM DEL w ITKIN
11, ceased
To All Creditors and aii Persons Ha' -
Ing Claims oi Demands Against Buld
Estate:
You are hereby notified and require-!
to pr.-s. nt any' claims and demands
which von ne.v have against the es-
tate of SAMUEL WITKl.v deceased
late ol Dadi County, Florida, to the
County Judges of Dad.- County, and
file ih>- same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section T88.16, Florida St:u
Utes. Ill their offices in the County
Courthouse In Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of th.- fost nilbllontlon hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this
day of .May. A D 1972.
CECELIA WITKIN
As Executrix
First publication of this notice
the 2nd day of June. A.D. 1972
HOWARD R HIKSCH
Attorney for Executrix
xfll-4lst Street
Miami Beach, Fla 11144
6/2-9-16-2S
21
on
NOTICE UNDEM
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN (that
the undersigned, desiring to engag-
in business under the fictitious name
of l-Hli IP II GRBBNBERO, M.D. at
615 DuPont Plata Center. Miami. Fla
intends to register said name with
ihe Clerk of the Circuit Court ol
D.-ol.- County, Florldn.
I'HIl II' M. OREENBBRO, M.D., P.A
Sparli.-r. Zeme), Roskin. ,
and Heilbronner
P.A. ,
Attorni is for aiinllcnnt
inn N. Blscayne Boulevard
Miami. Fla.
6/19-26 6/2-9


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EMERGENCY CABINET SESSION
CALLED IN WAKE OF MASSACRE
JKRUSALEMAn emergency session of the Israeli Cabinet
was called Wednesday in the wake of the Lod International Air-
|K,rt massacre perpetrated by a three-man Japanese suicide squad
hired by Arab guerrillas. There was speculation here on the pos-
sibility that retaliatory action might be taken.
The attack caused deep shock throughout the nation: the
fact that it did not involve Arab guerrillas alone was considered
in have grave implications. The Popular Front for the Liberation
of Palestine said the massacre was in retaliation for the killing
,,: Palestinian hijackers aboard the Sabena jetliner at the Tel
h airport three weeks ago. The PFLP statement, in an appar-
ent reference to the fact that the gunmen were not Arabs, said
ttack "reaffirmed solidarity of world revolutionary forces
and proves that the Palestinian cause does not belong to the Pal-
estinian people alone."
Extra security precautions were put into effect in the wake
of the tagedy and police posted armed guards outside the Japa-
nese Embassy in Tel Aviv in an effort to forestall any attempt at
repi Isate.
Abess Honored At Annual
Builders Division Dinner
*9e wish Flor idian
Miami, Florida Friday, June 2, 1972
Section B
,e of Dade County's most
inent builders and A-'lied
trades people turned out last week
I,, honor Leonard L. Abess, chair-
man of the board of the City Na-
tional Bank Corporation and a
civic governmental and philan-
Uiropic leader.
The occasion was the annual
"Builders and Allied Trades Divi-
sion Dinner" of the 1972 CJA-IEF
campaign of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation. Herbert Sadkin
and S. Martin Sadkin served as
cochairmen of the dinner, which
was held at the Playboy Piaza
Hotel.
Over $1 million in pledges to
the 1972 CJA-IEF were announced
at the event, which also was the
occasion for a special presentation
I to Mr. Abess from the Dade
County Commisson.
Commissioner Joyce Goldberg.
on behalf of the mayor and the
Dade County Commission, pre-
i Mr. Abess with a scroll In
nition of his work for "the
wi fare, betterment and progress
of Dade County,'' and thanked him
"for his leadership in areas of
business, arts, government and
philanthropy.
Rabbi Leon Kronish, associate
chairman of the 1972 CJA-IEF
campaign and spiritual leader of
Temple Beth Sholom, spoke of the
need for continued support of Fed-
eration's drive.
"The people of Israel are bear-
ing the double burden of security
and absorption. They stand united
against those who would destroy
them and at the same time 'hey
keep their doors open to world
Jewry.
"Nothing can stop them ex-
cept us. If we abandon our respon-
sibility to provide social services
and additional funds to absorb this
new exodus of Soviet Jews we
will be sowing the seeds of de-
struction." Rabbi Kronish said.
"If Leonard Abess is important
. it's because he loaned his name
to us tonight. Not for passing hon-
ors but to this sacred cause, *
Rabbi Kronish concluded.
S. Martin Sadkin (left) and Herbert Sadkin (right) were co-
chairmen of the Builders and Allied Trades Division's annual
dinner which honored Leonard L. Abess (center). Here Com-
missioner Joyce Goldberg presents Abess with a special
scroll from the mayor and County Commission in recogni-
tion of his community leadership.
Dinner guests included (seated, frcm left)
Myron J. Brodie, associate executive vice
president of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration; Stephen Muss, cochairman of the
Pacesetters Division; Harry A. (Hap) Lew,
1972 CJA-IEF campaign chairman; Charles
Over $1 million in pledges to the 1972 CJA-IEF campaign
were announced at the annual dinner of the Builders and
Allied Trades Division of the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion. Shown above are (from left) Jay L Kislak, chairman o
the Mortgage Banking Division; Eli Timoner. cochairman ct
the Pacesetters Division and David B. Fleeman. chairman
of the Home Builders Division.
Rosenberg, cochairman, Special Gifts
Builders Division. David Stuzin, chairman of
the Savings and Loan Division, Herbert
Sadkin, dinner cochairman, and Leonard L.
Abess, guest of honor are standing.
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wife hrr ere M- Toby Friedland Howard Hkschfield cr.d
Richard D Levy. Tie-- nreniiititoe =lsc included photo at
-eh center Boward l Trim David S Kerun. chohmai
Crcrr.es Sohol and Arthur lacownx. Al r.gh: ;er.:e: is -he
Badge* Study CaeantBtoe on Rdnootion Services wbicfa a-
eluded from left, seated Mrs. Reva Wexier. L Jerrv Bloc.-..

and Mrs. Barbara Hairr.an; .standing Joseph
Golden. Morion L. Weinberger and Stcnley Aikin. A
torn toft ere Stonley R. Gilbert and Robert Miller who se: >d
on the Budget Study Committee on Health and Com:.-.
Relations Agencies. The Budge: Study Committee en Fc
Individual and Aged Services included (from ton :
Helene Berger. Dr Aaron Medow and Jerry Sussncr.
chairman of the Budget Committee, in center of bottc::.
At bottom right additional members of the Budaet Stu v
Committee on Health and Community Relations Age
are. from left, seated David Heller. J. M. Lelchuk and Stuart
Rothchild. chairman; (standing) Stanley H. Spieier md
Steven J. Kravitz.
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Sen. Ed Gurney Keynote Speaker Stacie Cohen, Pem Gross In Temple Services
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PLEASE CALL 944-0257
Between 4-7 PM.
CANTOR WANTED
FOR HIGH HOLIDAYS
ONLY. WRITE H. H. O..
BOX 2973. MIAMI,
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Edwar>: be the
. YM-YWHA t Sent
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Sunday- The -
sneaJane at the V
BOO SW 8ih 5-
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posit:.-: toai atva;
senior cat:.- HI begin at
Kl ;e at -J.
The morning
At 11 an-., the is-
: : King medicai
\t 11 aoaraaddti
shops will be conducted .->r.
JWY Units Meeting
The v
Hialeah Miami S; .ires Jewish
War Veterans' Post will be held
Monday ewentanj at Temple Tiier-
eth Jacob. The J\W Florida State
Departmeni convention will be
Bed at the Americana Ho;*:.
Miami Beach June 23.
BEFORE A
TENSION
HEADACHE
BRINGS OUT THE WORST IN YOU,..
lake Anacia to nfitwe headache pi.n
fast and let :: :<: el you come
through'Compared to all other lead-
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of the paw-reliever doctors recom-
tend most. In minutes >oo feel
better, and act it. Sevt time, before
tension headache cets on jour
nerves and you're ready to snap al
people... tale Anacin* Tablets and
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Religious School Moving
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the school wii-i be in j;s
new quarters at 2225 SE 121st Si
Sans Soud Estates.
151 N.W. 79th St. 75^-8613-14
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[Mrs. Oppenheim Named By
JFCS Women's Committee
|The Women's Committee of Jew- i
1, Fornily and Children's Service
i .let-ted seven officers, two
10rary directors, and 25 new
nil members to serve for the
g in May. 1973
The new officers are Mrs. Edwin
i .. ihi i n, president; Mrs.
Dubbin, membership vie
t; Mrs. Burton Levey, edu-
i pie-i ont; Mrs. Edward
|ntor, volunteers vice president;
rs i vim: Cypen, treasurer; Mrs.
anl,.y Gilbert, recording socre-
rj and Mrs. Henry Norton, cor-
spondius secretary.
The honorary directors are Mrs.
,gPiu* R- Kate and Mrs. Sol
iklsti it
w board members include
\l sciames David Cat smart. Max
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Wholesale Distributers of
Dinisman, Walters. Faik. Edwarc
Caller. Burton B. Goldstein, Nor
man Hill, Bernard Kaplan, Davli
Kirsh, Richard Levy, Predric Mil
ler, Bernard Nemeroff, Harry Or
l.ar.s. Emanucl M. Papper, Einan
CM* VALLEY KOSHER P0UIW
and
Processors and Exporters
of the finest U.S. Govt. inspected
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MRS. EDWIN B. OPPENHEIM
Dr. Leon Kronish, spiritual load-
er of Temple Beth Sholoni, Mi-
ami Beach, will attend the 50th
anniversary celebration of the
Jewish Institute of Religion
now known as the New York
school of the Hebrew Union Col
lege-Jswish Institute of Religion.
Dr Kronish, a member of its
board cf governors, is the im-1
mediate past president of the |
Alumni Association.
The outgoing president of Temple Menorah's PTA, Mis
Saul Ginsberg, received a plaque in recognition of her two
years of devcted service at the organization's recent lunch-
eon. Rabbi Mayt. Abramowitz made the presentation.
OVT imnciiB
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nil Pollock, Harold Hand, Donald
Rubin, Mortimer Schaffer, Howard
Scharlin, Arnold -T Stern Theo ore
R, stiulit. Michael Tallies, Pnilipi
Thau. Harold linger. Mo.'on vVein
bergei and Stanley Wolff.
The Women's Commit lee of Jew-
ish Family and Children's Service]
engage* in an active program of'
education and interpretation ol the
services and benefits of ihe agency,
raises funds in sup|K>rt of special
agency programs and activities,
and provides volunteer services to
selectee agency clientele, it also
provides professional counseling
I and child care services and is sup-
ported by the Greater Miami lew
ish Federation and the United ^^^^^^^ aaaaaaa/**^A.'*W*WWMn^
Fund of Dade County.
Travel To Israel with
Edith and Monnie Zipp
FIRST CLASS THREE WEEKS INCLUDE:
BARCELONA, LUCERNE, ATHENS and PARIS
$1295.00
Payable over two years.
ALL INCLUSIVE MIAMI TO MIAMI ALL AIR TRANSPORTATION
Hotels, Private Bath, Two Meals Daily, Tips, Sightseeing
DEPART JULY 4 RETURN JULY 25
CALL MONROE ZIPP 665-3534 or 235-3218
PufChet
eaf,eat!
Eat heartily-that's what
your family will do when
you serve Chef Boy-Ar-Dee
Cheese Ravioli.These tasty
little macaroni pies are just
like kreplach with zippy
cheese in the middle. Then
simmered in thick tomato
sauce with mushrooms and
more cheese for real Italian
tn'arn. Great for dairy lunch
or supper. And just about
the easiest you ever fixedl
Only 20p per serving.
Chiffon & Chagall.
Shiddach!
Chiffon
What a match! Buy Sweet Unsalted Chiffon* and get a Marc Chagall
nr.nt for half price: $1.00. Not only does Chiffon taste good enough to fool
Mother Nature, it's the leading nationally available Sweet Margarine in a soft
form. But man does not live by
bread alone. So we're mining
this special offer: A beautiful
17" x 21" four color print of
Marc Chagall's famous painting
"The Praying Jew."
To get it just fill in the form,
send it along with one
dollar, and we'll send you
your Chagall print.
Chiffon and Chagall.
Enjoy.
To get you. Cnagall print, send this certificate plus $1.00 (check or money order) to:
CHIFFON CHAGALL PRINT
P.O. BOX 9
GLEN ELLYN,ILL. 60137
"The Praying Jew" by Marc Chagall. Size 17" x 21" fits a
standard size 16 x 20 frame. Printed on 100 lb weight paper
which is ideal for framing. Original painting is in Chicago Art
Institute where prints of this painting sell for $2.00 ea>-ti.
NAMt
ADDHESS
CITY
STATE
i. fin. fhaoall orint per family. All requests must be accompanied by this
SeSe Vo?c.Where' prohfbited. taxed or restricted. This offer exp.res September
30. 1972. Please allow three weeks for delivery.
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extra rich beans-like sun ripened beans from Colombia, some
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worth a second cup,
Yuban
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(lie (AJowian s xAJorld
I Mrs. Greenfeder Named To Head CARIH Chapter
! Lorbcr Chapter of the Children's| a.m. The chapter induction will j Douglas, Corresponding secretary;
Asthma Research Institute and | feature Miami band leader Jwr> : Mrs. Reubin Serkin. executive sec-
i:.cav, June 2, 19'2
Hospital at Denver, now marking Marsha!!,
th. bi ginning o.r its 24th year will ]
install new officers at a luncheon
at the Kuropa Tuesday at 11:30
Page 5-B
Hebrew Academy Women
Schedule Imma Luncheon
Sixteen South Florida women
WUI be inducted as Immas of th'
Hebrew Academy Women Monday
during a noon luncheon at the
home of Rabbi and Mrs. Alexander
:. Gross, 3542 Flamingo Dr.. Mi-
am' Beach.
Mis. Joseph Shapiro, honorary
;iv president of the Hebrew Aead-
emy Women, will serve as chair-
man for the day, according to Mrs
Leonard Adler, president.
Hebrew Academy Immas, who
must be life members of the orga-
njzation before being enrolled in
that capacity, help provide s.'hol-
arshlp assistance to the more than
800 students of the academy.
Those to be inducted by Mrs.
Gross include Mrs. Nathan Benen-
feld, Mrs. Sadie Eieler, Mrs. Kthel
Curson, Mrs. Hyman Chabner, Mrs.
Larry Ciment, Mrs. Louis Duolin.
Mrs. Betty Falk. Mrs. Sue Hermon.
Mrs. Isadore Kramer, Mrs. Oscar
Mamber. Mrs. Sam Reinhard, Mrs.
Etta Schiff, Mrs. Henry Stern, Mrs.
Ida Wessel, Mrs. Sylvia Zeme! and
Mrs. Morris Bienenfeld.
with Mis. Sam
Greenfeder, incomiii" president
are Mrs. Robert Ferris, Mrs. Ken-
neth Kass, Mrs. Nat Cynamon, nnc^
Mrs. Arthur Newman, vi*e ptesi-
dents; Mrs. Mortimer Mey^r. re-
co-drr *rretftrv: *Mrs. Chqrle-
retary; Mrs. Morton Goldenb! ink.
chapter secretary; Mrs. S"iart
Shapiro, financial secretary: Mr.;.
Robert Garvett, treasurer, and
Mrs. Leon Lepselt, auditor.
Mrs. Jerome Grossman is lunch-
eon chairman: Mrs. Arno'd Gross-
man is inimerKn** past president.
MRS. SAM GRECNFEDEff
Lila Eder Named Temple Or Oloni 'Sister of 1972'
Lila iM"?. Stanley) Eder was
named "Sister of the Year" re-
cently hy Temp!e Or Olom Sister-
hood The award is given annually
to an "outstanding member who
has devoted time and effort to
furthering the cause of Juda'sm
'hrough Temple Or Olom and its
Sisterhood."
Dr. Stanley and Mrs. Edr are
charter members of Temple Oi
' Olom which he has served as presi-
dent for the past two years. Mrs.
Eder is a charter member of the
; Sisterhood, having served on its
1 board as committee chairman and
most recently a vice president in
charge of membership.
The Eders have three children:
Steven, 14. attend West M'am
Junior High School; Andy is a
student at Coral Park High School,
and Robin is an English major who
will graduate from the University
of Miami next month. In August,
Robin will marry Dean Ciporkin
Rabbi Ralph Z. G'ixman is spir-
itual leader of Temple Or Olom,
Mrs. George Frcedman is Sister
Hood m-ecHont.
EL AL ISRAEL AIRLINES
Special Florida Tour
SUMMER TOUR
ISRAEL-ITALY-ENGLAND
21 Days-July 18
Fully Escorted from Miami by
RABBI MILTON SCHLINSKY
Temple Ad.ith Yeshurun
North Miami Beach
FIRST CLASS PRIVATE BATH MANY MEAIS
only
$1199.00
plus $3 tax
1602 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach, Florida
Phone: 532-5441
For the Special Tours
Call Suzanne at 945-7491
Your Israel-Europe Headquarters
BON VOYAGE TRAVEL INC.
1074-1076 Interama Blvd. North Miami Beach 33162
Mrs. Stanley Eder with the' Sis-
ter of the Year" plaque pre-
sented to her by Temple Or
Olom Sisterhood at a recent
iuncheon. The plaque will hanq
in the temple's entrance hall.
Mizrachi Units
Plan Meetings
Mrs. Rose Shapiro, prcs:dent o'
Shoshana Seacoast To.vers F.as>
Chapter of Mizrachi Women, will
mbrtain members at a brun.-h in
her home Sunday at 11 a.m. Oi
Ihi asvnda will be plans for the
coming club season.
Mrs. Rachel Katz, president. Mi-
ami Beach Chapter, will cond-ict a
ir meeting Tuesdav, June 13,
' 12:30 n.m. at the Washington
federal, 1234 Washington Avo. The
moon will include nomination
: officers and entertainment.
The Shalom Chafer wi'l hoH
t* n Lriilar meeting Tues 'ay, Tune
at 12:30 p.m in the clubroom
ol 1C0 Lirco'n Rd.
When its after school nosh time...
CANTOR
(Conservative)
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HIGH HOLIDAYS; ALSO
YEAR HOUND.
Telephone 864-9397
nothing hits the spot like muffins & plenty of
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Take-out Foods
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All Strictly Kosher
Prepared Under
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Sol Weiss, Chef
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Friday, fane 2, 1972
Happenings...
Ti Baj (" ."ie-re P^w-ai
.-. Department will otter
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Caprf, aI, is a!ao conducting a
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art the
July 1.
*h-rm.m S. Winn
(Detn.1 has be i appointed by
-:er of the House Richard
l"-ttiKrc% to in State Condo-
inj m :<>n. The 18-
member Commission will make
a con ive itudy of all the
aspects of the condominium field
... .'.tug tnt lea*iuiJit.v of a per-
manent state regulator}- agency.
It will a!s -
ij.ti uauatiuctton, ownership
ta, sales methods, manaee-
coattracta. maintenance
and menta
niniuins.
--
Arthur II. ( our^hon. chair-
board of Jeff'
National Bank of Mian
has announced the appointment
of Alan I.. Maatec a* senior vice
ank. Mr.
ter belongs t n Ml
Bea i. |
the Khvai Chamb
nerce, P .-. and
He is &
ing Board I Fei-
at I Sinai Hosi
. Bea h Ha;.- .
Men's Club.
-v
Uan Roth.
Boxing
aion has bea n a;,,-Glinted by Gov.
R-uiin Asian* to the hospitality
hostess committee of
Den*>ciatic National Conven-
tion. Mr. Both is a Miami Beach
worker who is active in nu-
merous fraternal unto a,
RahLi Davbl Konrufekl. for-
of Beih Moshe Congrega-
tion, North Miami, and Flager-
ada Jewish Center, Miami,
will return to Beth Shalom. Sat-
..it Beach, as rabbi.
7
Menta S. Broad, :..- isident of
American Sa.ings & I^oan As-
sociation ol Florida has 'wen
inted by th.- US. Sat aga
and Loan League to the I >72
Committee on Lani Use -tnd
Environment.
munm gihit
Martin Gene! Is
New President
Of Oholei Torah
New

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Day School Set For Registration
istration for the Menorah Da>
has been art for Sunday
-ng. Parents of children who
are to be regi tered wil be per-
WANTCD:
CARETAKER COUPLE
Far Nillcl House at University of
Miami ta supervise Kosher Kite he*.
One bedroom apartment plat pas-
sible salary far cooking and add
jabs. Call Mr. $. S.ff 667-0728 ar
6334211.
BUSINESS
GENTLEMAN
Semi-Retired, nice appearance and
character, 66, 5'6", 160 lbs. wish-
es ta matt attractive young lady,
Jewish dietary laws observer, will-
ing within the next 3 years settle
in Israel; object matrimony. Strictly
confidential, Write a. C, dox 2973,
Miami, Fla. 33101.
sonally interviewed by Rabbi May-
er Abramowitz. who will program
the religious education for each
student.
The Menorah Day School, be-
ginning its second year of opera-
tion, will expand in the coming
year to include the second and
third grades. The new school of-
fers a dual education. In its gen-
era] studies department, the cur-
riculum follows the course of
studies established by the Board
of Public Instruction.
In the Hebrew department,
children receive religious instruc-
tion based on the curriculum of
the Solomon Schotter Day School,
which is the Jewish Day School
program of the Conservative
Movement.
Flagler Match Race Series
A match tace series will begin
Friday night at Flagler Dog
Track. On Saturday. June 10. the
winners of the first two match
races will compete for the Mara-
thon Mat,.h r>ar* Oiam'.innshi".
Zim Tokyo Being Repaired In Va.
- "f Oh ah Dav
School will be installed 11
Sundav. Jme li, at Be'
Congregation.
Miami Beach atornev Martin
Genet will head the new -iat- u
presirienl Servine with him will
be Michael Jacobitz, Danny Bet-
ter and Sherwin Stanber. vice
presidents: Me' Feit. David Lip-
shulu and Rabbi Phineas Wei
man. secretaries, and Morton May-
berg, treasurer.
The hoard of directors will in-
C Ude Philii Branfman Nathan
Ginsberg, Dr. Irwin Makovskv.
Iuis Makovsicv, Jacob Modanskv.
Harry Rosenberg. Murray Rrisen-
bere~, Jerry Schechter. Samuel
U'aldman. Rabbi Stanley Weisi
Kalman Wodonos. Rabbi A. Korf
and Menashe Hirsch.
Serving on the board of trustees
will be Ben Boskin. Hvman Chab-
ner. Albert Davidson, Hvman Ko!-
ko. Lsadoie Kramer. Mel Landow.
Andrew Manrivi. F.ugene Moses
and Rabbi M. Somnn.
I
A founder of Beth Israel Con-
gregation. Mr. Genet is a past
trustee and now honorary trustee
of the congregation. He has served
on the board of Oholei Torah and
filled various other offices since
its inception five years ago, and
for the past year has been a vice .
president.
According to Rabbi Sholom D.
Lrpskar. principal. Oholei Torah is .
embarking on a whole series of
new programs which will include
music, gymnastics and innova-
tions in the secular denartment.
Entertainment at the July 11
installation will be offered b\
"Solomon & The Wise Guys," ar. i
international instrumental group,
which has performed on radio and
television.
B> portal Report
NEWPORT NEWS. Va. The
Israeli iWp Zim To*
under repair here this week after
a mishap which left it powi
IrifrJng in JO ft. seas last Kii-
Mn, Primal Presents
Sefer Torah June 4
rt> ah Day S
<";:';, i :.;. iml rill accept i
T in Suniaj ienl
M Vi a I iga who has
I a pei
I iy child in TO
and V I and son Rub
Th. lediratK)
Btait ii. a pi --- I tb'
Mrs. F.i- it i.Oth S
si ..-. A it p.m., a
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participant1
to the! '
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Wo mete o Theatres
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day. It was take: ,,v
brougbt into hi
week for repairs :
"an;, sjx.kesman .
niainiy
water dama?e U-
tions.
Wire servioM ha
hv explosion at...
killed <.ne em
h-erooard and injurt | three on>
rs, but this n
firmed.
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Capt. S Zucl said th
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take a; out two

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two. three. Kemember
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post time 1:45
General Ac" :
SI Grandsta-: :' ." -
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Miami. Florida 3
Ractng daily eicept Sunday and Tuesday
SPECIAL BENEFIT
UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI
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Iridoy. June 2. 1972
+Jenisl) meridian
Page 7-B
NEW PRESIDENT SAYS
Every Jewish Woman Is A
Women 9s Division Member
Norman S. Lipson To He Ordained
Norman S. Lipson, son of Can-
tor and Mrs. Wm. W, Lipson, .'145
SW 28th Rd., will bo ordained
.j.;very JewWi woman i:i th"
p ,. Miami area la n m >rnber
[,, |]., \ 1nen in.Ision, Greater
ji v i- i Federation," said
eva (Airs, tr.ing) Wexler, new
l ,. Division.
j n if they aren't ac'i v" Mrs,
\\w- continued, "we cons'.dei
,!,,. women members. To bo n
I partici nt, however, all
I luired is a 52.") contnbu-
!(. ii t'er Miami .lev i~!i
| tio .'.- ('JA-IEF campaign.
as was the .innunl in-
| ,ii of Women's Division of
1972-73. last week ai the
,...,' ali 'i bull lr>g, 4200 Biscayno
f;Kl. which was attend d by sonv
| rsons.
\;.- Wexler i registered nursi
|jnv\i "i-iv served as president of
I Iroater Miami Section of the
I, inal Council of Jewish Women
I.,:: on the Council's national
poanl.
"We hope to broaden the liase
lol our active :-;emb"rs' |to> (Mrs. Leonard* Friediand
|\ii-e nresldent for campaign for
11:1-- Division,
"By a year round educntionn'
Ipffort linkirt j: activities of the
lj)i\i-ion with the CJA-IEF cam-
maisti evety woman will know
win-, her gift is (join-? aMd **
Ituki' nn active r' BYiakmsi Involved in planning and
Ibudeeting," continued Mrs. Fiie.i-
land
\|--. Friediand who previously
as Women's Division vta
;'. for campaign is currentlj
un tb" national board of the Joint
Distribution Committee, graduated
urom the University of Mian and
att< nded Its Law School.
"The Women's Division is In-
volved In lifo saving causi -." de-
; Mrs. Wexler. I feel thai
women an the humanists, innova-
tors and movers in our society and
we olier them the opportuni y la
b n tponsive to the broa I ran je ol
Deople that Federation si ives
When women are invob-ed in the
CJA-IEF drive and choice, changi
and challenge of the Women's Divl
-ion, it enhances an expands tin
entire Federation picture."
"To foster tlvs Interest," Mrs
Friediand added, "we will be ex-
panding our community-wide par-
lor meeting concept. We meet in
~*'iivx*s and discuss
Federation with the women an'
answer tli>-ir questions about the
Women's Division. Wh'le we 't'tl-
mately come back to CJA-IEF
fund-raising efforts, we need the
smaller eirts as mu?h as we appre-
ciate the larger ones."
"We're very impressed with the
quality of service rendered bv our
active women services which ul-
timately benefit Fedcrat'on's 40
local and national bencficiarj
agencies." Mrs. Wexler said.
"All Jewish women in this com-
munity need and deserve a better
understanding of what their monev
goes for and it goes for people."
said Mrs. Friediand. "R-va and i
feel that everything a Women's
Division member d' ing li'ock, with Division officer*
serving to pull the olocks to-
gether,' she adde:'..
New Women's DMsioJl
idents Include Evelyn (Mrs. Nor-
mani Cohan, edu :ati in; P tttj
1 M s. Marvin I Gross .communitj
organizations; Barbara >M"s.
Bnrryl Haiman, leadership I ain
in", an I Gwen (Mrs. M r'oni
Wei iberger, area coordi'-ation.
Other officers are Carol 'Mrs
Mlani Wilson, corre pond'ng and
recording secretary; Linda (Mrs
Richar i Brickman, nominating
committee chairman: FVle"e iMn
Adolphl Berger, parliamentarian,
and Fran (Mrs, Burton i Levey !
immediate past president.
The Women's Divis'on is divided
into throe areas. Miami B^ac*1
area officers are Marcie (Mrs.
Donald' left on, chairman; Judy
i Mrs. Martin) Smith, vice chair-
man; Minna (Mrs. Richardi Fried-
man, secretary, and Dava (Mrs.
Michael l Lipsky, nominating
chairman.
North Da.V officers include
Shirley (Mrs. Albert I Cohen,
chairman; lloo (Mrs. Robert)
Hinder, vice chairman; Ann (Mrs.
Aron i Sokol. secretary, and Es-
tnbell (Mrs. Merton) Gettic, nomi-
nating chairman.
Officers for South Dade an
Bluma (Mrs. Morton i Marcus,
^nii-rnan- Nar?v (Mrs. Norman)
I.ipoff, vice chairman: Rosemarj
i Mis. Richard' Furman, secre-
tary, an.l Barbara (Mr?, Marvin'
Gillman, nominating chairman.
Members of the nominating
committee are Marilyn (Mrs.
Harry B.I Smith. chairman.
Marcie i Mrs. Donald' Lefton, Bea
(Mrs. Richard i Levy, Elaine iMrs.
Phillip' Bloom, Thelma ( Mrs. Ger-
ald i Nathanson, Ellen (Mrs. Bern-
ard) Mandler, and Barbara 'Mrs.
Marvin i Gillman. Myra l Mrs.
Aaron' Farr was previous chair-
man <." the nominating committee.
Mrs. Reva Wexler, (left) 1972-73 president of the Women's
Division of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, receives
the gavel from Mrs. Fran Levey, outgoing president.
Bnai Zion Slates
Annual Conclave
Five Zionist leaders from Flo-
rida will take leading roles at the
53rd annual national convention
ol Bnai Zion. the American fra-
ternal Zionist organization, o|>en-
ng Thursday at Kutsher's County
?lub. Monticello, N.Y.
The five Floridians are members
>f the convention committee. They
'nclude Samuel A. Reiser. Hyman
I. Fliegel. Louis Goodman and
Hyman Silherberg of Miami Beach,
mil Tibor Firestone of Ocala.
Mr. Fliegel. a former national
iresidenl of Bnai Zion. will preside
it the Plenary Session of the Con-
vention. "Peace with Security
through America-Israel Friend-
ship" will be the theme of the
Convention.
Saturday curing commencement
exercises at the Cincinnati School
of Hebrew Union College-Jewish
Institute of Religion, the Ameri-
can institution of higher leaning
in Kelorm Judaism.
Mr. Lipson, a 1907 graduate of
the University of Miami with a
B.A. degree in history, was ele,-ted
to Theta Delta. While preparing
for ordination at the College-Insti-
tute, he served as student rabbi
of Temple B'nai Israel In Hattics-
burg, MLss. (1970-72).
Mr. Lipson winked on numero.s
campaigns of the United Jewish
Appeal and Jewish Welfare Funds
In Cincinnati, an- in the Jud ;>'
program of the Southeast Reg: in
oi B'nai B'rlth Youth Organiza-I
tion, and is a member of th As-
sociation of Americans and Ca-
nadians for Aliyah. He spen' the
Musicoiiiedy Wins
Theatre Award
For Thespians
"TiUie Goes *o Israel" with stu-
dents of Thes, the featured entertainment at the
installation luncheon held bv the
I Sophie Tucker Group of Hadassah
[ this week at the Eden Roc Hotel.
A five-act play about tourists.
I Hadassah Medical Center anil Is-
rael's scenic beauty and sens" of |
i values, "Ti'lie" was given an award,
by the Miami Beach Senior High
! School Experimental Communitj"
Theatre for "participation in the-
atre arts." The p'a wric'it. Lillian
Gol ierg, was made an honorary
member of the Thespian Society.
A highlight of the performanc
was "Israel, the Wonderland" with
lyrics by Lillian Goldberg, g-ing 1>>
-nma"o Carol Ross of the Greater
M'-mi Onera G"ild.
The comedy has been on tour
for six months appealing befo"C
onv rous groups in Southern
Florida.
academic year 19f>9-70 in study
al the Hebrew University in Jeru-
salem.
Upon completion of his studies,
Mr. Lipson will be awarded an M.A.
di .1 e l.i Hebrew letters.
New Slate Feted
Bv Beth Torah
At One< Shahbat
1 ate evening sen ic al I leth
Torah i ation Fridav eve-
nln i \ ill Includ the installation of
ofl icei s a"d tru< tees elect* i to
serve uring the coming year. An
One: Sbai,v,at an l re i*ion m tlie
yo"th building will fo'low sen ces.
New slat.- ..: oT:i-ois includes
I,-. |ila bowman, president; Sv Ro-
sen, Eugene l-loman, Dr. Mi ton
Reiss, M"s. Evvald Ziffer, Duvid
Misoznlck. Abe Sch irr and llToid
Monuse, vice presidents; Hy Katxa
treasurer; Harvey Baxter, Char-
lotte Goodman and Sally Zwi ner,
st crctaries.
Trustees include William Per-
son. Mrs. Arthur Brown. Ben
Feinherg, Ben Genad, Mrs. Joseph
Golden, Frank HornMain, Ben
Karp, Hy Krieger, Irving Kultler,
Gerald Leebow, Al Maeroff, Nat
Ostrov. Nat Schwalb, Alan Siiap-
no. Neil Shteir, Judge Arthur Sny-
der, rThoda Stein, William Stone,
Miu-hell Weiser and Juxlge Arthur
Winton.
Yad VaShem Meseum Accepts
Judith Berke's Sculpture
Judith Berke, an artist of Miami
Beach, has had one of her sculp-
tures accept', by th" Yad VaShem
Museum in Jerusalem. She is one
of the first American artist io be
so honored.
The sculpture is a man's bead
east in fiberglass. It la titled
Dachau-'44." It powerfully de-
picts the h rror experienced at
the hands of Nazis by millions ot
Jews.
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Friday. June 2, 1972
S The 50th wedding anniversary of Sam and
Anna Blum of Miami Beach, who spent winter
vacations on the beach for many years, and
moved here permanently from Chicago in
19fi6. will be celebrated on June 18.
The golden wedding anniversary will be
marked by a cocktail party and buffet at the
Ho:lywood homo of their son. Michael, and his
wife. Ceil. Following the event. Mike and Ceil
will accompany the elder Blums on a week-
long Caribbean cruise.
The Blums' two daughters Mrs. Gen
\Vhite of Chicago, ar.d Mrs. Harriet Werner
y. Skokle, 111. will come to Florida for the
occasion. Eight of the couple's 10 grandchil-
iren will also be on hand for the affair: Joan
ir.d Karen Werner. Andrea White. Air Corps-
r.ji Dana White, and Matt. Ronda. Lisa, and
yl Blum.
Other relatives of the Blums who will be
attending from Chicago will include Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Eckerling. and Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Kurt zm an.
M*. ond MKS. SAM BLUM
New Claire Topper Items Introduced | Officers To Be
Claire Topper Enterprises has in-
troduced several new products
which promise to glamorize women
for the summer season, including
an all new cuticle remover.
Other Claire Topper products in-
duce Naillure, a nail strengthener
that can be used over nail polish,
a liquid nail polish dryer that dries,
sea.'s and lusterizes nail polish in
seconds.
Finger "N Toe Creme is a new
product which keeps skin and
Linowitz To Address
TDA-CC Luncheon Here
Former Arr.l>assa<:or Sol M.
Linowitz will be the princinal
speaker at a June 23 luncheon in
the Sheraton Four Ambassadors
Hotel saluting Inter-American
Festival Month.
Mr. Linowitz, former chief envoy
to the Organization of American
States, will participate in a pro-
gram cosponsored by the Miami
Beach Tourist Development Au-
thorit" and the Greater Miami
Chamber of Commerce.
Voter Registration Open
The Dade County Election Divi-
sion announces that voter regis-
tration is now being accepted at
the registrar's office, Miami-Dade
Junior College (both north and
south campuses i. Registration will
be on a continuing basis, from 9
a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through
Friday.
Feature Films Open
Feature films oper.tng Fridav at
Wometco's Miami and Coral Way
Drive-in include "The Loners,"
Chrome and Hot Leather," and
" Devil's Angels." Held over at the
Palm Springs Theatre is 'The
Nigheomers."
BBW Unit Ends Season
Ha-mony Chapter. B'nai B'ritli
Women, win noid the last meeting
ol the current club season Tuesday
evening, June 13. at Jefferson Na-
tional, 301 Arthur Godfrey Rd
rfainment will feature the
B'nai B'rith Youth Organisation.
cuticles around the nails of fingers
and toes soft and smooth.
Claire Topper's slogan is "Don't
be a Hand Hider." The new col-
lection of products should be a
major assist to women in fulfilling
that motto.
Colder Race Course Swings
Into 5-Day Week Schedule
Saturdays Starlet Stakes, a six
furlong sprint for three-year-ola
fillies, is the headliner at Calde:
Race Course. With the passing of
Memorial Day, Calder swings into
its regular five day per week sum
mer schedule. The dark day each
week will be on Tuesday except
for July 4 weekend.
Post time is at 1:45 each after-
noon at the North Dade track
where the daily double is fea-
tured on the first two race?, the
perfecta on second and subsequent
races, and the trifecta on the fifth
ar.d final races.
Temple Judea Fetes
Dance, Drama Croups
Awards and gifts will be pre-
s^nted Friday to members of the
dance group, drama grouo and jun- j
;or choir for their participation ii. i
family services at Temple Judea j
during the past season.
Recognition will also be gtve*i
to assistant teachers for iheir
services.
The junior choir will offer a i
mee'ley of songs ard will lead the ;
congregation in a slng-a-long.
~----------------------------------- |
Equipment to CP Center
The Miami Mid-Town Chapter
of the Kiwanis has donated some
i S700 towards the purchase of
i equipment for the United Cere-
I rral Palsv Center. 1411 NW 14th
\ve.. including a tape recorder.
1 two record players, and testing
and teaching equipment for the
developmental primary class. Louis
King is chapter president.
Feted At PTA's
Tete a Tete
by helen snyder and gleoda Friedman
AWAY FROM EVERY DAY ROUTINEMemorial Day v.e>k
saw ,..i... oi uui local ioIks prepanng to get away fiom the every di
routine Elaine and Art Siegel and Anne and Meyer Zucktn *' I
(Elaine and Meyer are daughter father duo were at the Luca-*T
Dcach Hotel in Freeport. Elaine's tan, Nell, will participate in a v*"
age tour throughout Kurope this summer Mona and Herb Pa t"
v.ith their daughters, Rhonda and Marian, at the Doral Country Oh
for golfing and tennis Jackie and Dan Weiiuttein. Bobbr an,i Le
nie Goldberg;, Dottle and Al Kaufman, and Helen and Art SayriJer v ""
at the Sonesta Beach on Key Biscayne (really away from it all>
Betsey and Fred Sin;er were there, too; they were acconrianiedV
their daughters. (Betsey was limping as a result of a fall while v
cycling.' Sandy and Revie I'ntar enjoyed the balmy spring weath-
er and all the sights in New York City ditto, Ronnie and Barbara
Hertz Miriam and Phil Alman relished resting in Nice aftei > .ni
Ing a month in Russia.
OUT-OF-TOWN Seen at Paradise Beach in Nassau wore tr,
Stan Kanes, David and Luis Egozis. Solomon Gar-.i7.i-.. Howard l!;ii'i\
Howard Goodsteins, Jim Cohens and Stan Friedman*.
LUCKY The Jack Latins were fortunate to get last rrinute ac-
commodations in the Contemporary Hotel at Disneyworld. and ;o have
their son, Andy, a student at Emory University, join therr. there lo-
the weekend. Ruth and Sam Fox also enjoyed the "fantasyworkT in
Orlando.
Luncheon ^loildaV CRUISING The Ocean Reef Club drew many of our local boa-.
J ing enthusiasts down to Islamorada for the long weekend Th ntlrt
Arkin family was aboard their huge yacht, appropriately called the
"Big A." Gloria and Art Bleler and children barbecueing aboard ;hei:
beautiful new vessel; the Lenny Triesters and Jack CarmeLs were oo
board Jack's "High C's." The Ira Roth field and Val Meek famtllei
cruised in on E\ie and Eddie Kims' craft, and George and Rae Graham
arrived with Mickey and Sherman Tobln aboard theirs. Own:- Term
and Morris Burk were happy that the good of sun shone on all their
beautiful guests al the beautiful weekend. (But then again, doesn'tl|
alwavs?????????)
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Single Parents Parly
Single Parents of Miami Boacl
have slated a cocktail pa-*v for
Mondf-" ewtoiR at th'1 Ho'ilav
Inn. 1S19 79th St. Catnmvav. S'n-
ale, widowed o*- divorced nien aid
women, 25 to 48. ar<- welcome to
the affair whieh will featur
**i Terry (Mrs. Melvyn) Drucker.
outgoing president of the Hillel
Community Day School Parent
Teacher's Association will host a
luncheon at her home, 2070 NE
203 St.. North Miami Beach. Mon-
day noon for the outgoing and in-
coming officers of the Parent
Teachers' Association.
The new board will be welcom-
ed and initiated in their tasks for
the coming year and will discuss
plans for the year to come.
The Parent Teachers' Associa-
tion of the school has helped in
the purchase of much of the
school's progressive audio-visual
equipment, and additional educa-
tional equipment. It has also pro-
vided information and educational
programs for parents of the school,
and helped in many school func-
tions.
New officers include Elaine
Baxter, president; Raquel Scheck.
fund raising rice president; Shelly
Lipson, membership vice presi-
dent; Terry Drucker, program rice
president; Pearl Cohen, recording
secretary; Alvina Duffner, cor-
responding secretary, and Joanne
Solomon, treasurer.
TenipleJrieth Tov
Graduates Lead
Friday Services
A joint installation of ofiftTi
who will serve Temple Beth Tov
aM its Siste-hood is sche' ile-i fo--
Fridav evning with <"i-st Rtbbi
Abraham Gvtrnaize officiating.
Condu"tm t^A ind'ic':on ro-e-
rony wi'l be Kenneth Braidman.
West Wami councilman.
New s!at for the temnle is
headed bv Gco-tre Fish. oresidnt;
Vr^o^d Cohen, vice president; Sara
Fish, financial secretary; Eve Hor-
witz. corresponding sec-c'ary;
Tom G'vtberg. treasurer, an Mar-
garet Taub. puhli<*ity.
Sisterhood officers are Kitty
Pliskin. president: Sara Fish, mem-
Kr-r-hin- Bert'-a Soitin, cultural
chairman: and Mafja^t Tinb.
who wi'l serve a* corresnonding
secretary and publicity chair.nan,
The temp!e nni Sisterhood will
,,< '' a Shal bat.
DESPITE RAINFALL The Park Isle Club managed to hold m
annual Memorial Day box supper and movie in spite of Sunday's inter-
mittent rain. Pauline Slmherkoff and Abe Abramson were in charge o!
the gala event.
"LES GIRLS" Bea Addis entertained five of her dear friendl a:
luncheon recently in her Point East apartment. "Les Girls" include!
Bea .snyder. Rae Shevintky, Ida TuriU, Jean Linderman, an i Molly
Bloom.
DREAM COME TREE Sarah and Emanuel Ungar. who spent
j 2lz months in Israel visiting relatives, sightseeing and apartment
hunting, will fulfill a life-long dream when they move to the Holy
Land next year. They purchased a condominium in Natanya; :
gain will surely be this community's loss!
*
DOI'BLE CELEBRATION Sandy and Matt EtUnger^ trip t)
Madison. U'is.. \rill have a two-fold purpose: they will be able to watch
as their daughter. Marcie, graduates from the University of Wise ntit
... and also participate in her wedding!

PACKING Ronnie Goodstein. from the University of Sout.1
Florida in Tampa, will be in town this week just long enough ;>
pack her gear for the eight-week European jaunt she and Leslie Kinkrl
will be taking.

VACATIONING Dr. Thomas Carney, chairman of the hoard of
County National Bank, his wife. Alice, and their three sons are on an
extended European vacation Ditto Herb and Shirley Krurlt! of
North Miami Beach.
< ONGRATILATIONS Nell Hornsteln has received a Fellow-
ship Grant in Learning Disabilities and Applied Psychology." He will
study at the Georgia State Graduate School of Special Education.

ELECTED The Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity at the Universityo(
Florida held the elections by which the governing body is selected for
the coming year at a recent meeting. Officers include Michael Snyder,
master; gaol Adelmun. lieutenant master; Dennis Haas, scribe; Bern
Wander, sentinel; Kenneth Rons, exchequer; Richard Snyder. pledge
master, and Scott Jay, member-at-large.
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[Friday. June 2. 1972
+Je*iaii Fhridiar)
Paqe 9-B
Ze'ev Sharef Speaker For
Capital For Israel Dinner
Ze'ev Sharef, Minister of Devel
lopment, will represent the Statt
0f Israel before the Greater Miani
The Bank of Agriculture stock
lays an important role in provid-
ng funds for new industries, it
was pointed out, and new Indus-
tries aie directly related to the
number of jobs available to new
immigrants, particularly Russian
workers.
One of Israel's foremost public
servants, Mr. Sharef. a native of
Rumania, was elected to the Knes-
set in 1965 and became a leading
member of its Finance Committee
rie was appointed to the post of
Minister of Commerce and Indus-
try in 1966. and took on the re-
sponsibilities of Finance Minister
two yeais later.
The author of "Three Days," an
account of the last days of the
British Mandate and the birth of
Israel, Mr. Sharef was apix>inted
by Prime Minister Golda Meir to
his present Cabinet post in 1970.
May 28 Nuptials For J an is Levy And Jay Nemes
The Eden Roc Hotel was the
setting for the ceremony uniting
the former Janis Arlene Levy and
Goodman with Sharon Borenstein, j ami-Dadc Junior College. She
Rente Newman and Wendy Hahn I plans to attend Florida Interna-
serving as bridesmaids. Sammy- tional University in the fall. Her
Nemes served as his brother's best
man. and ushers were Robert Sala-
mon. Marc Levy, the bride's
brother, Mike Flash and Aaron
|i Salamon.
The new Mrs. N^mes, a g--idu-
ate of Miami Palmetto High
School at tone ed the University of
Florida and graduated from Mi-
husband, a graduate of South
Broward High School and the Uni-
versity of Florida School of Busi-
ness Ac'ministration, is an account-
ant with a local CPA firm.
After a honeymoon tour of
Switzerland, Italy, Israel and
Greece, the newlyweds will live
>n North Miami.
Zt'tV SHARtf
Israel B^nd leadership attending
(be Capital for Israel dinner In-
augurating the new stock issue of
the Israel Bank of Agriculture, ac-
cording to Michael Litvak, direc-
toi of State of Israel Bonds for
the Greater Miami area. The din-
ner will take place Saturday eve-
ning. June 17, in the Fontaine-
bleau Hot?'.
Mr. Sharef will bring as yet un-
revealed information stressing the
Importance the Israeli government
places on this new CFI issue to
the local leadership group.
Patricia Melzguer,
Ira Harris To Marry
Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Metz^uer
oi Knoxville. Tenn., announce the
engagement of their daughter, Pa-
t:icia Ann, to Ira Alexander Har-
ris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Har-
r:-. of the Flamingo Plaza HDtel
Miami Beach.
The bride-e:ect is a registered
nurse at Cincinnati Children's Hos-
pital. Her iiance. a graduate of
.Miami Beach Senior High Scnool.
Tulane University and Case-Wcst-
ern Reserve University, is "ur-
rently serving as a gradiate teach-
iiu: assistant at the University of
Cincinnati, where he is completing
work towards his Ph.D. degree;
he has been appointed as English
instructor at Louisiana State Uni-
versity. Baton Rouge. La., and will
begin his duties there this fall.
The wedding will take p'.ace in
Miami Beach June 11.
Cantors Association
Reelects Its Officers
The Cantors Association of
Greater Miami reelected its offi-
cers for another term at its re-
cent luncheon meeting.
Cantors serving as officers of
the organization include Zvi Ad-
ler, president; Irving Shulkes, ex-
ecutive vice president; Abraham
Seif, first vice president; Nico
Feldman. treasurer; Yehuda Heil-
braun, financial secretary; Jack
Lerner, corresponding secretary;
Nathan Parnes, recording secre-
tary; Saul H. Breeh, public rela-
tions; David Conviser, music di-
rector; Nathaniel Schul. program-
ming; Kleazar Bernstein, execu-
tive director; Moshe Yavneh, par-
liamentarian and Jacob Danziger,
chaplain.
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. ehtful was held Diane Blaokman, the bride-elect's
_ at the etaerming E. Di- Bator, an Mrs Harold Go
: .in the groom'i mother, presented a
-on_ m honor of parody to the music j( "Match-
--jr* \'i nna maker'" written by the hostels.
f was a leading liyrii of Another champagne brunch In
t ( honor^pjjtti-- Future ^aajrm
- 1 MeBrwaa boated recently b>
to Mr- Jack Kamin. a cousin of
1 ring) Sammy's in her lovely South Mi-
G -'.- were invited to
ihbed to| Sandy Gets Her Sammy." a n<*ar-
Mi.v. '- lected a long sheet t "Annie Gets Her G'tn,"
: with a with picturei ol the Star-" on ev.
- aid ai table, and a full-blown
- 1 of the 1 my In the Foyer
ra I-aacon. was in The patodie- by Mrs
art of white polka Herb Tcltzer and Mr-. D
dots la :-. nd Lash.
.. Ue ruffled bodice & ?? r-
I A with rSgraJn I' to a small
i. Monday 1'incheon for three at The
Some 61 the af- **"tlir at Sailboa' Bay. but whet.
: music followed by a Mrs. E.i Strawgate arrived, she
- mffet t md a large found a large group of her :
deo pi ipri- fathered far a surprise birthday
1 .;. not lefs h:cli celebration. Among those who
V si for Ma tl
Among performers was a tri
% *tu. ir. 2 Fern Isaacwil, Dear
* i Clark Fr. rtacr. wbicli ptayef
vora] numbi rs with F-Tn on tlv
an re Rathi to honor Pat were
Mrs. Boo Sussman, Mrs. Jim itan-
ni. Mrs. Harold Slhverman, Mrs
Ronald Levitt. Mk. Norton Pallot,
Mrs. David Sommer. Mrs. Sells
iute, Clai* on the tnimpet and|*"W. MM Alan Robinson Mrs.
a-an alternating on dram mdl Sf^f NnnnsnMrs. Neil Schiff
-., Mrs. Sevmour Weiss, Mrs. Hirolc
. Brown. Mrs. Ronnie sineerinan.
I rood parents of othnr chll hw ytTs. Kicnar.: Labovitz Mrs. Jack
a.so played wn> Mr.and M~= jMg..r_ and Fa,-S mother-in-law.
Behard Friedman, who* da h- un. M. Strawgate.
t' -. P.tm an.i Lvnn. offore -'-\ >t
- -o!.,-: M-= Jerry D,baa j^ve am, p^n^ %jilw ,
. !-: Km eta: -even-.^ar- | ,he Tc! Aviv airporf f hour.
o i Jeffrey son of Mr. and Mrs ;jrior to ncmt hijackin? at.
D >nald Klemmam, wno plavcd sev- fm.pt
< of hi- own comtxxitions: 14-
Broad Elected By
Barry's Trustees
The Hon. Sheperd Bn t
of Bay Harbor Islands wa.- ,fi
chairman of the Barry (
board of trustees for the 1972-73
term ;it the an-
the ->oard. Hf
repilac.- 3 -'
nary Fer-
guson, OP., who
ed It
A charter
memlv-r ol
D ( till B 1 l-
- council in
Mr. Broad
1 I in thai
capacity u 11 t i .
hi- election to the board in 1970
The developer ani founder of thi
town ot Bay Harbor Islands, he
ha .- rved as its mayor :ince 1947.
A Miami Beach financier, attor-
ney, sounder and chairman of the
American Savings & Loan Associa-
tion and a member of the law lirn:
of Broad and Cassel, Mr. Broad L-
also \ice president and r me.nber
1 of the board of directors of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
and a founder and member of the
board of trustees of Mount Sinai
Hospital and St. Francis Hospital.
Mr. Broad
Rabbi Chcrles M. Rubol. who plans to retire this yscr rfter
serving congregations in New York. Rhode Island. Geo:"j3
and Florida, was henorea by Congregation B'nai ?,;r.
where he has been spiritual leader, during the Shcnruorii
services. He and Mrs. Rubel received a trip to Isra^*. in rec-
ognition of his years of service. In the iirrt row nre boa
left 1 Mrs. Ben Eigner. fifth vice president; Emanuel Rosen-
berg, who made the presentation; Rabbi Rube!, and Rudolf
Mann, executive vice president. In the second row are
Emanuel Brown, past president; Dr. Jack Berne, second vice
president; Morris Sinai, third vice president, and Harold
Samuels, past president.
>^r-ot-i Wanda Wflharm, waHst.
it of Mr. and Mrs. P. Wll-
which made worldwide
news. They heard ambulances but
weren't aware at the moment of
what was ^oin1' n. The Miiler-
' .....lady also made spveraI ^ in Israf., ^
h' r own rock r. roll hai d.
Othe:' musician* Included Ann;'
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.:
fore goine to Madrid and then
home. Phyllis a member of the
Dade County School Board, wa-
Ted Malorymowkh: 1>rra, daugh- recontlv nam(V- to OTf as a mem.
Mr. and Irwta N.r of" thf. Miami Re:,ionai j^.
E hwartz; Mr. and Mr-. Fred Fal-
\ Lsorv Council of the American
*. soiv Smon. an Dannv. son Arbit'.at,,:, A-sociation.
c. Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Duiti"_________________________m
There was a lovely n ndition o' g-i ia 4 f
'Summertime" from aonrano rac- r llll AetlVltieS 111
' ne Li-.ip-^st'iri who i- a kin- n .1 np 1 T>1
men teacher in her less musi- lietll I 01*aJl xlailS
momenta and a very nrofee-l -j-, r. *-, .
by Fotu or ror Way Lamping
1(-e I.uau.
Othe guests in the audinw
Included Mr and Mrs Robert
E um, ho will be permanent resi-
d nts here, havine taken an
rr-ent r>t the Ro\;il Embassy. :..-t they must '"-rx,-.^ ol their
i In G Nthen, N.Y. > Mr.
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Beth Torah Summer Day Camp,
which starts Junn 19 and ends
Aug. 11. is now accepting registra-
tion applications.
Hot meals are included in the
9 a.m. to 4 p.m. schedule, and
transportation is available. Dining
and play rooms are fully air con-
ditioned, and new outdoor plav
, T__. equipment for younger children is
, A'"' *"** in a fonced-in plav area.
' "; ndM? ? "n ram" B',n T"rah- unrler *h
'' ''"-' -" leadership of Neil Hornstein and
Phi Sig Alums
Meet Thursday
The regular monthly meet in z of
the Greater Miami Alumnae Chap-
ter of Phi Sigma Sigma was -> be
held Thui-^ ay cvenint; at the horn-
of Mrs. Joseph Klein. 1335 Cortez
I Ave.
Newly elected officers who were
to Ik- in-tailed are Joanne Saw.
president; Nancy Goldman, vice
president, and Bobbi Ossip, treas-
urer.
The 1972 national leader.-hip
training school will be h-ld at Ohio
State University in Columbus Aug.
17 to 20.
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Club Ending Season
Chai Chapter ot Pioneer Women
will hold its closing meeting of the
-on Tuesday, at 1 p.m. in ttv
Washington Federal, 1234 Wash-
ington Ave.
Aviva Chapter welcomes home
Pay and Morris Sandelbum who
have been on an extended Israeli
vacation. Hay is Council vice presi-
dent for membership of Pioneei
Women, and vice president ill
charge of programming for Aviva
Chapter.
Kd Farber. includes a staff of
-
, ,t T ., counselors qualifving under the
rigid standards of the American
Camping Association. Art and
physical education are under the
Kiatior
< si She nd Arnold Acler
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iv at the So-th Tn Colic e of ,;,.,
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HUC-JIR To Ordain Beth Torah Hebrew
r. w/ oil* School Graduation
Mrst Woman Kabbi
'Die first woman rabbi will be
oidaincd Jjy,.fl tfceoiojrii-al school !
.in
tlu' Cincinnati campus of the
SALLY 1. PMtSAND
Hebrew Union College Jewish In-
stitute of Religion this weekend.
Sa ly J. Priesand, now lorvinT, as,
d nt-rabbi at the Isaac M. Wise
Ti mple in Cincinnati, will be or-'
bj Alfred Gottschalk, pvesi-j
dent
I- 'Kabbi Sally'" the first woman
ever to study for the abblnateV
When graduated, will she be thi
first ordained woman rabbi in the
United States? In the world? As
every historian knows, it is dan-1
cerous to postulate "firsts." There
,- no "first" Jew anywhere; there
has always been one before. Is this
true Oi Rabbi Sally?
The Isaac M. Wise Temple i
named after the 19th century rabbi
who eicat> (1 the basic institutions
"f American Liberal Ju aism. Dr.
Wise died more than TO year* ago.
Were he to return to Cincinnati
June .'!. would he be shocked?
Not in the least, for when h-
fir and welcomed its 1G freshmen, one;
of them was a girl, aec 11 in the:
seventh grade of public school.
She should have been playing
with jacks instead of juggling He-1
brew verbs. There has never been
;i decade at this school in which
there has not been at least one I
woman student. Some of them
-tayed on long enough to earn SI
R of Hebrew letters degree, but
they never went further.
Often a girl student ended up
teeling sorry enough for a bov
-tudent to put him out of his mis-
ery by marrying him.
Sally is different. She mean*
business rabbinical business. She
Is determined to be a rabbi, and
by the grace of GoH and the faculty'
she will be or.ained. She is at-
tiactive, but at this Juncture she
seems not to be interested in
marriage.
Her fellow students at the col-
lege are not so much concerned
'ilxiul her impending ordination
as they are about the title bv
which a future husband will be
known; they are convinced that
she will not forego marriage.
Rut surely a name will bo found!
The parsonage in Galveston is
called the rabbinage. The wife o:"
a rabbit is a rrbotsin. a "rabbi-
ness," but the husband of a woman
rabbi? When I asked one of the
students whether they ha i
thought, of a solution to this p-ob-
lem, he told me quite solemnly
thai they bad alreadv picked the
husband's title: the "rabbit."
I thought he was pulling my leg,
but he assured me thai he was
not. "Rabbit he told me. "is not
what you think it is. doctor. It
is the affectionate diminutive of
rabbi."
Will Sally set a precedent for
other women? She already has.
The New York School of the Col-
lege-Institute has two female can-
didates for the rabbinate and two
for the cantorate.
This is a radical innovation for
.lews though not for Christians
The first female Protestant clergy-
man finished her theological stud-
io at Oberlin in 1850, but she was
not licenced by a Congregational
church illi 185.",.
We still have to answer the
question: Will Sally Ik- the first
female ordained rabbi in Ame-iea?
In the world? In America, yes; In
the world, no. Regina lonas fin-
ished lie- theological studies it the
Bet tin Acad uny for the S. lonce
of Judaism in the mi.'die 192>)s.
Her thesis subject was "Can a
Woman Become a Rabbi?" Of:
course she set out to prove the
affirmative. The faculty acc.ited
her dissertation, but th" professor
of Talm id, the licensing authority,
refused to ordain her.
The Rev. Max Dioncmann, of
Offenbach, however, did ordain
her, and -be practiced till 1940,
primarily homes foi the a-^ed.
The Germans then 'ispatched her
to lh' Theresienstadt Concentra-
tion Camp where she either died
of natural causes or was sent to
the gas chambers.
Joint Installation
At IVnai Raphael
Congregation B'nai Raphael
Graduates will conduct services on
Friday evening during the annual
commencement exercises.
Rabbi Charles M. Rubel will dc-
Mvr" an address to the g-.idoatcs
and Cantor Jack I.erner will chant
a hymn in their honor. Gradua- I
tion class instructors are Nathan
Greene and Mrs. Wilma Gold-
smith.
Graduating seniors are Stephen
Blake, Karen Kisenberg, Stephen
FeibllS, Alexander Kreimark. Ken-
neth Frelmark, Carey Carman, .
Mark Goodman, Alissa Greenberg.
Ellen Jaret. Steven Leifman,
David May. Deborah Miller. Beth
Miller. Jeff Purlsch, Joyce Res-
nick. Carl Saperstein, Alexandei
Schepps, Edward Schepps, Susan
Sklar, David Wilensky. Scott Wil-
lis and Michael Zibman.
16th Anniversary Dance
Planned By Temple Sinai
Temple Sinai's social hall will
be transformed into a "Spring
Fantasy" Saturday night in icle-
b rat ion of the synagogue's 16th
anniversary. The dinner-dance will
feature music by Norm Leader and
COmciy by Sonny Sands.
Mr, and Mrs. Richard L. Coin:
me in cha-ge of arrangements;
serving with them on their com-
mittee are Mrs. Frank Kromsky.
Mrs. Paul Templer. Mrs. Allan
Gregg. Mrs. Ralph Kingsley. Rich-
ard Siegel and Robert Rye.
Forty-one students of Beth Tor- \
all's Harold Wolk Relig ous School j
will participate in the Hebrew
School graduation exercises Sun-
day ai 11 a.m. in the. main nc-
tuary according to Dr. Max A.
Lipschitz, spiritual leader of the
congregation.
The students will present a can-
tata entitled. "From Every Letter
Flew," which describes the im-
ixjrtance of the Hebrew language
to Judaism.
Irving Newman and Saul Sclirei-
ber, president and vie presi enl
n spectl' elj of the congregation, I
will extend greetings. Judge Ar-
thur I Snyder, vice president of i
education, David Misonz'iick
cha'rman of the school board and
Kabbi Norman Mussman, educa-,
tional director, will present awards
and diplomas. Mrs. Avrom Drazin.
the Instructor, will also pa ii<'i
pate in the exercises.
Among the award- to be pre
sented are the Julius and T'lia
Wolk Memorial Aware' for Excel-
lence in the Study or Hebrew; the
Sol Sater Memorial Award fo Ex-
cellence In the Study of Custom; ,
and Ceremonies; the Men's Club
\ward for Outstan ing service to
the Religious Schools; the Cavell
Family Award for Excellence in
the Study ol Prayer; the George
Bialeck and Jacob Augenstcln Me-
morial Award for Outstanding and
("native Class Projects.
Also tin Rose and Naomi Ruth
Ostov Jewish Natit.idl Fund Me-
morial Award lor Excellence in
the Study of Modern Israel; the
Harold Wolk Memorial Award fo1"
Excellence in Scholarship; the
Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood Award :
for Excellence in the Study of
Humosb; the Zysia Pressman Me-
morial Award for Excellence in
the Study of Jewish H'story, and
the Frank Burg Memorial Award
for Outstanding Synagogue attend-
ance
Graduation diplomas will bo pre-
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chiK'k, Eric Berger, Micnael B >k-
man, Steven Brant, Robin Decker,
Steven Diamond, Wendy Diamond.
Jeffrey DuDell, Gary Edels'cin.
Barry Gluck, David Gluck, Paul
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Lee, Kenneth Lorber, Lisa Mar-
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Leo Mitehel, Karen Monuse. Cralg
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LAWRENCE LANG
Lawrence, the son of Mr. and'
Mrs. liauriee Lar.z. will ob.Tvei
his Bar Mitzvah at Temple Tif-
ereth Israe!. 5atarda> .T.ornin?
June 3.
Lawrence ls a ='-venth ntt
student at John F. Kennedy Jun-
ior High School, where he :s cur-
rently on th attends Ti.'ereth Israel s rv^ioa-
school.
Mr. and Mr; Lang will sponsor
the Kiddush in honor o! thei- sor.
immediately following se:-. "xet
Among guests will be his g-and .
mother. Mrs. Ann K!amkin o'
Miami Beach. Bill KalbfeM of
Glo\r-r;vilk-. NY. an Dr.
Mrs. Frederick Blumenthal of
HoUywood.
A -;, J-,
RICHARD BROWER
Saturday June 3. at 930 am
Richard, the son of M-. and M-.
Daniel Brower, 8570 SW 123th
Ter.. will become Bar Mllzv&t] at
Temple Tifereth Jacob.
Richard is a seventh ^ad" =
d'-nt at Palmetto Junior High
School. His maternal ^randf^t*--
is Harold Dom!? of L'j.'ha-n Md.
Paternal granc'mo'he- is Mr-, Jack
Brower of 7210 SW &3rd St. P'aza
Mr and Mrs. Broker will host
the Ones Shabha' !n"n.v\ri serv-
ices Friday and the Kiddush :n thr
social hall foUo>v|ilg the ceit .-rr>ny
Saturday in honor of the occasion.
-> Vt A
ALAN WoLFSO.V
The Bar Mitzvah of Alan Wo'I
son will be observed Satu -day,
morning. June 3. during services
at Beth Torah Congrega'.ion
The celebrant is th -on of M
and Mrs. Louis Wolf son who will
honor thrir son at 'he Kiddu-h
following the ceremony
Alan is an honor roll stud'-rt in
the seventh gra'e at io!in F. Ken-
nedy Junior High School, anil in
the fifth grade of Beih Torah's
Harold Wolk Religious Schoi'.
Guests at the celebration will in-
clude Mr. and Mrs J. H Witt
grandparents of the Ba- Miv.vah
and Mr. and Mrs. ("harks Ordm;z
ail of Miami Beach.
A
GILBERT EDGAR
Gilbert Barn.', -on of Mr. a"d
?.Irs Abraham H. I^-ar. 5T71 SW
13th St.. will mark hi= Bar Mitz
vah on Satu'dav morning. June 3
at Tem;;le Or Olom.
A seventh gra'e student at West
Miami Junior High, th? cle'.ran*
win be honored at a recsotion Sat-
urday evening at the Knights o:
Pythia- Hall.
Among gu'-st- will be his ',"d
parents. Mr and M-s. Kenneth
Wolfir<- of SoTirsei N.J.
JANET .SEGAL
Friday evening services at 3eth
Tot ah Congregation June 2 will
include the Bat Mitzvah of Janet
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Barry
s ;*:
'ane* Ls i" the seventh grad at
John F. Kennedy Junior High
Schoo'. and the fifth grade class
at Beth Torah's Haroii Wolk Re-
ligious School.
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ROBERT SCHWARTZ
Robert, son of Mrs. Lynn
Schwalz. will be Bar Mitzvah
catu-iay aftertKwn. June 3. durin?
Svabbat services at Beth Torah
Congregation.
A <" er.th g-ade student at John
F. Kennedy Junior High S;hool
the ce'ebrant is now a student in
"v Torah clas of Beth Torah's
Harold Wolk Religious School.
Among cucsts here for the oc-
casion will be Robert's father
' *->nard Schwartz of Mo.nticelk
NY.
PAMELA PONT
Pamela, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Ira Pont, and gn.ndJaugnter
'. M-. and Mrs. Sam Sadow. wil'
V- Tat Mitzvah during late Friday
evening services at Beth Torah
Cn-v^regation June 2.
The celebrant is a member ot
the Torah class of Beth Torah's
Harold Wolk Religious School and
a seventh grade student at Nor-
'and Junior High School. She has
been the recipient of a Civics
Award an; is a "Dolphin Doil."
it i?
BlTRTONiiORKAN
Saturday morning. June 3. in
the main sanctuary of Temple Ner
Tamid, Burton Paul, the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Borkan of
Miami Beach, will be Bar Mitz-
vah.
Burton is a student at Ner
Tamid Relig.ous School and at-
tends Nautilus Junior High School,
where he is a member of the
French Club.
A Kiddush will follow sen ices
and a luncheon in Burton's honor
will be held at the Seville Hjtel.
Out-of-town guests will include
Mr. and Mrs. Barry .Miller and
Jeffrey of South Bend. Inf., Mr.
and M--. David I^asef of Brook-
yn. NY.. Mrs. Sooky Polum of
Philadelphia, and Mr. and Mrs
David Miller of New York City.
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WILLIAM V;ARDNER
William Jon, son of Dr. and Mrs
M. M. Gardner, will observe his
"or Mitzvah Sat-ir ay morning.
June 3, at Young Israel of Greater
M ami.
T"-> Lawrence Lang
Celia Pearl
student at John F. Kennedy Jun-
ior High
Dr. and Mrs. Gardner will honor
their son at the Kiddush follov.ing
ceremonies.
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Srt'ART PAIL
Stuart M., son of Mr. and Mrs.
Paul of Miami Beach, will br-com
a Bar Mitzvah at Temple Menorah
Saturday. June 3.
Stuart will be entering the
t ighth grade at Nautilus Junior
H'gh School, where he is a drum-
mer in the school band.
A Kiidush will follow service^
and a reception and dinner will be-
held at the Saxony Hotel in honor
of the occasion.
Cr r"- CELIA PEARL
Celia Lynn Pearl will be Ba'
Mi-zvah Saturday. June 3. at Beth
David Congregation.
The celebrant is the daughter o''
Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Pearl. 11850
SW 73rd Ave.. who will fete he-
at the Oneg Shabbat at the 'em-
ple following the ceremony. Celia'-
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Pearl and Mrs. Gnssi.
Jacobskind. all of Miami.
A seventh gra'e student at Pal-
metto Junior High, the Bat Mitz-
vah plays flute in the band and
is a pre-L'SY member.
'Fiddler' At Coconut Grove
The University of Miami Ring
Theatre presentation of "Fiddler
on the Roof" will continue through
Saturday night at the Coconut
Grove Playhouse. The scholarship
benefit production was initiated
by retired Miami industrialist Alan
L. Radcliff and supported by New
York producer Arthur Cantor.
A totally different kind of camp
lor boyi and girls 11 to 16.
at the beautiful Sun Lake
<^C^j^ Lake Placid,Florida
Tto fu4 antf accommodallot ... iu*tb.
Instsad erf the traumatic rnv:rorrr.ent ol a
conventional camp, we provide first class
food and accommodations in modern, air
conditioned Holiday Inn.
The locaUcM ... super*. Lets than 1 hours
from Miami or Tampa in the rolling hill
country of central Florida. Citrus country
with pure, clean air and cool, dehumidified
Summer breezes, (Average humidity A
comfortable 32V
The facilities ... sapert). In addition to
convention*.! activities, golf and tennis,
including instruction, at a private country
dub on camp grounds is emphasized. Expert
tutoring available.
Don't aXay. Enrollment is limited to only SO
campers for each one 'veek session. Call or
write: John L. Sullivan. Executive Dir.
Camp Sun 'n Lake. Route 3, Box 250
Lake Placid. Fla. 33SS2
Lake Placid 813 465-&401
Miami (305) 660-lWl
CAMP
MENORAH
75th STIEET AND CARLYLE
>fon: 866-2156 866-0221
A full staff of qualified, experienced
counsellors will give your child
the individualized attention he needs.
DATES
8 WEEKS: June 12-August 4,1972
4 WEEKS: 1st Period (June 12-July 7)
__________2nd Period (July 10-Aug. 4)
Dive Into The Fun
An unforgettable Day Comp
Experience for your child1
Orgoniied to afford your child
3 wholesome summer experience,
megrotmg recreofton
with our rich
lewuh Heritage
Delicious, well balanced,
hot Koshe' Meat Lunches'
ore served daily m our
oir-conditioned dining room.
tegulor school bus
transportation is available.
AchVitief include.
Swimming Sports Athletics
Drama Music Arts (, Craft*
AND weakly h-ipt and outings to *
places of mteiesi in the Greaser Miami Aroa.
HARDER HALL
GOLF-TENNIS
CAMP FOR
TEENS (Co-Ed)
On beautiful Rex Beach Lake in the rolling lake-ridge
country of Florida's Central Highlands A superior summer
camp program t Florida's First Golf Resort 18- hole
Championship Course? Individual coaching in golf, tennis
and water sports by top Pros Pool and lake swimming
Water skiing Sailing Driver Ed. Fishing "Trips
Socials Discotheque Academic tutoring available.
CAMP DIRECTORS: VICTOR E. JACOBSON, JAM'E JACKSON
For Brochure and Particulars write: Abe Rifkin
Harder Hall Golf-Tennis Camp
Completely Air Cond. Sebring, Pa. call collect 813-385-0151
Ransom School
COEDUCATIONAL SUMMER SCHOOi
The Ransom School summer enrichment program, a
6 week opportunity for students to review courses
in which they are deficient, and preview courses they
have not yet studied. It is open to all boys and girls
of any school public, parochial or independent
who have completed grades 6 through 10.
Information may be obtained by calling:
CALEB VAN WARRINGT0N
Director of Summer School, Ransom School
3575 Main Highway
Miami, Florida
Telephone: 444-7647
SAFEGUARD YOUR CHILD'S EDUCATION
IN AN ACCREDITED SCHOOL
DEERBORNE SCHOOL
Founded 1951
ACCREDITED BY THE SOUTHERN
ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS
CREDITS ACCEPTED IT ILL OTHER ACCREDITED
SCHOOLS AND COLLETES
LIBRARY CAFETERIA
TRANSPORTATION
READING CLINIC
CHAMPIONSHIP AIR-CONDITIONED GYMNASIUM
E
NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS
FOR LIMITED FALL ENROLLMENT
SUMMER SCHOOL
CUSSWIM Mir IE MTEMIUTU WITH CAM? rMGRUI
ELEMENTARY REVIEW OE ALL SUBJECTS
JR. & SR. HIGH SCHOOL
HVIHCEI
IMXUEklf
pSUMMER CAMPn
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Man Meant hums mm suiwt
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PRE-SCHOOL KINDERGARTEN
%. GRADES1 thru 12
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Friday. June 2. 1972
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Page 13-P
Biscayne Cancer League of the American Medical Center
Thursday, May 25, at the Seville Hotel. Serving as co-
at Denver held its gala 13th annual donor luncheon
chairmen of the day were (from left iO right) Mrs. Karon
Budowsky, Mrs. Willa Oren and Mrs. Ricia Scharf.
Commemorating the 10th anniversary of Miami Beach Chap-
ter, Women's Division of Technion-lsrael Institute of Tech-
nology are (from left) Nan Cohen, founder; Mrs- Irving Lehr-
rr.jn, founder; Mrs. David Herrmann, national president;
Mis. Milton Sirkin, president, and Mrs. Zelda Thau, fust
cresideni.
' That's the king you're holding," explains Harry Mendelson,
left) president of the Miami Beach Chess Club, to Abel
iioltz, vice president cf the Corner Bank of Miami Beach,
which sponsored a U.S. Choss Federation Tournament
May 26-28 at the Miami Beach Chess Club, 2000 Washing-
ton Ave. Entrants in the tournament, a five-round Swiss-
style event, were USCF members; Corner Bank donat-
ed air fare and accommodations for the first-p:ace winner
of the tournament to see the World Championship Title
Match between Bobby Fischer of the United Stales and
Boris Spassky of Russia later this summer in Reykjavik, Ice-
land.
Hillel Advisory
Board Installs
The B'nai B'rith Hillel advisory
board of tho University of Miami
will install its new offi-vrs Sunday
at 11 a.m. in its facilities at 1100
Miller Dr., Coral Gable-.
Attorney Theodore Sakowitz, as-
istant Federal public defender.
i a ill be installer: as presidjtyit. Mt,
Sakowitz. the first stunVnt orosi-
dent of Hillel at Miami, will re-
place Noah Smyler. who now be-
comes vice chairman of the board.
Alfred Golden, will be re-install-
ed as chairman of the executive
board. Other officers will inc'.ud>
Ben Barg, Elise Factor, Samuel
I Pascoe and Philip Mor^olesky. vice
; presidents, and Helen Kur'.and,
treasurer.
Rabbi Stanley Ringler is iirec-
tor of Hillel, which serves Jewish
students on some 300 campuses
throughout the free world. A B'nai
B'rith agency, it is strongly pup-
ported in Miami by the ioeal Jew-
ish Federation.
Art Forum Schedules
Talks By Painters
The Monthly Art Forum, s-^on-
STed by the Miami Beach Art
Club, will hear a talk by Shvley
Thicle, painter and instructor at
Miami-Dade Junior College, Fri-
day, June 9, at 8 p.m. at Washing-
ton Federal, 1234 Washington V e.
Miss Thiele's topic will be "My
New Vision." and she will use
color slides of her own works to
illuminate her subject.
Featured speaker Tuesday. June
13, at 7 p.rrvat the Miami B~ach
Public Library, will be Jero Migon.
puppeteer and painter, who will
use specially prepared graphs to
Illustrate his talk on "Understand-
ing Modern Art."
Day Camp Starts
Season June 15
The Menorah Day Camp will
begin its 15th summer session
Monday. June 12. Sponsored by
Tpmnle Menorah, the eamn is un-
der the supervision <>f Dior Zadok,
educator.
The summer program will in-
clude BwimRming and athletic ac-
i, ts and ci aft and sports
as well as educational Instru ti<
for individual children.
A staff of specialists and coun-
i will be In charge of ai
lies: busing and daily In I lunches
will be provided by Temple .Me-
norah.
Wfeputalptof
summer into
one camp.
Camp Shalom
Nc.H Octllil Vlt.i jll.ll I MI(M
P.O. Box T24i. Miami, ri.i. 13155
Phon? 271-8177 in J-'M)4M
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75th STREET AT CARIYLE AVENUE
KINDERGARTEN
THROUGH THIRD GRADE
QUALIFIED TEACHERS
AIR-CONDITIONED CLASSROOMS
HOT LUNCHES
TRANSPORTATION AVAILABLE
REASONABLE TUITION
REGISTRATION
SUNDAY JUNE 4, 1972
10:00 AM TO NOON
ACTION ACRES CAMP
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(DAY OR RESIDENCE)
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MODERN MATH
IMPtOVB) STUDY HAaiTS
TO YEARS BACKGROUND
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TRANSPORTATION AFTER SCHOOL CARE
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ENGLISH COURSES
Intensive Courses, 6 hours per day.
No more than 12 students per class.
Nine level s.
Courses begin every four weeks.
Modern language laboratory.
Located at Barry College Campus.
ELS LANGUAGE CENTER
11300 N.E. 2 AVE.
A Division of Washington Educational
Research Associates
759-2419
SUMMER PROGRAM
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+c Imp rove Comprhension
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Studv Skills
Ages 14 & Up
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Friday, June 2, 1975
Abel Holtz. first vice president of the Corner Bank of Miami
3each, congratulates Lorraine Lcsker of Miami Beach Sen-
ior High School at the school's recent awards ceremony,
-.orraine was one of this year's recipients of the annual
Comer Bank Scholarships. Each year the bonk provides
scholarships for two Miami Beach high school studerts who
wish to attend Miami-Dade Junior College In addition to
.his year's recipients, the Carner Bank has also renewed
:he scholarships of Alberto Ruder and Ezequiel Perez, who
?lave already completed one academic year at Miami-
Dade. Young Ruder distinguished himself by maintaining
a 4.0 academic average during his first yeai.
Obituaries
JEFFRES
Ann. formerly f Chicago A r.-M-
<-f Miami ii.-a.-h for .'. yearn
ed away May 28 after < brief
is, Mrs Jeffrew wa# an active
i i. mrt*r l>t ih- tpera -Uii'l ': treat -
r Miami and 'h.- Prnma 1.<^l-u-
Sh.- wait a IllV m Hone for the .Wr-.i and nnbr<
_- .imont; her many nharltlev
ih.- Hipe School for Retarded <*hil-
rtren and < 'oncepi M- >uw Sen
.. pre held at thi V w m 1 Funeral
Home 1 : Dade Blvd
LAMBERT. Bsthei 77. ul N'oi I
MJ 1 ml R .. r-i.i-
LEVV. Joneph. ::. of M H
TOYEN. Jacot H Rlver-
M'l- filtei ni-'iT M t >
JACOB
SCBACHTER
09f THE Alt
mvowh
yiddish music
fVltY SUNOS' AT NOON
RADIO STATION WLTO
1200 On Your Dial
Palmers
Miami Monument Company
3279 S.W. 8th Street, Miami
444-0921 444-0922
Open Sunday thru Friday
Personalized Memorial-, Custom
Crafted In Our Own Workshop.
COHEN. I: ... II, i ;.. Tumi Si Ml:
1 lordon
GHEENBLATT, Betty, 74. 11 \V. >
An- M.B. Rlv raids.
RICE, Robert, W, 174"" \V I>i\ie
lluy x.M B. Newman.
GORDON. Henry, 77. 1115 Ku. lid
Ave mi: Cordon lni.erme.it Mt.
blnai.
: kunst. Max, IS, < M.B Kiv.-i -i.i.
Intermenl Ml Btnal
MACHER. I...U,- ... lion West \ >.
M B Rlvei
KUTLER. Ida. ... of .\i.ii Riverside
Interment 8iar ot I tavid
LEE. Leslie Louie, :. nl N M I!
PLOTKIN. Fran.-.-. 71, 343 Michigan
A\ .\l II Kl.i-I.. Ill I: mi
Ml .-
SILVERMAN. l..-r,;. 7'. I ... N \v
''III A ve XeV
TURNER, Albert I \ i: j.thrt.
I: .
ZEIDNER. Rose 64 _7V S \\
A.. Ulasberg
DIAMOND, Krrlha :i || .M li Rive
FRIEDMAN, All V
CINSBERC. Beall Ice N I:
iMh Ave Rlvei
GOLDBERG. Ilf.tr>-. W
Av< M li Xe -
LIEBOWITZ. Si die I. I Hi .
hour Kl\.
MOSES. Solomon .1 *2, 1.-.B4 Pt
\ M. B. I
Intel in. it Mi Neh<
OBST. \r\ rut J \\.
M I! New man
GOLDBERG. Cla.1 II;
Rlasberg
GOLDFINE. Samuel, TS, : \| I:
l:l\ rside
GOLDfinger. Abraham
merly of Miami Rlvei di
KAPLAN. Prai 53ii x i;
Bl X M B Rli
POLLACK. Mori || M B
l:i\ erside
SHAMES. Qeorge .1 "-. ..< m i:
Rl>.-.
SILVER. Dorothy, : Miami River-
nidi
STERN, Morris, 71, of M i: Newman
waitzman. Hynuui 7t o( Bal
H.u liour Rlvei
LEGAl NOTICE
LEGAL MOTKE
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. 72-9442
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IX RE Th- Marriagi of
KU 'HAJIII PEA<
Husband
COXX1E PEACOCK,
u Ife
TO I OXXTE PEACOCK
Per Road
Meshnu Aka, Indli
I ARE HEREBY Nl rTIFIED
I
I lagi has been filed j and
i tin -!> <:'
your written defetn-e*. if any
i- 'El, n l:i IBRISH utiorni for
Ski i i.ik
At Ui Su A- '.....nut
Plot th.- clerk of ihe i tyled
. . othei del ull will he entered
you (-r the relief demanded
in th. petition,
Th.- nol lot pul hed once
eai h w eek f..r f..ui m .-, if
In Tin: JEW ISH FISiRlDIA v
witness my hand and the seal of|
Miami, Plorldn ..n thin
:'th da) hi Ma: "
E B LEATHERMAX.
A- i lerk, i 'ircuil Court
I. tde ,..uii'>. Florida
By X A HEWETT
A- I lenut] Clei k
ft '.- u ''..ui- Seali
r-'KI. D R( iRRlSH
!8;."i (lak Avenue, Buite* '' t II
......tui Grove, Florida
l'' for Petitioner
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
XOTICE IS HKKI.nv OIVEX thai
Ihe un gned desiring t-< engage in
i.u.-ui. -- ui.'i. i ihe fi.-tuiuui- name "i
'ESTHER AXTHOXY AXD ASSOCI-
ATES ai i'i". Zamora Avenue. Coral
K .'. ...i- t.. r. glstei
said num. wuh Ihe Clerk "f Ihe n -
call Courl >: Uadi County, Kloridn
ESTHER a.N'T Hi i.\ V
MEYER M BRII I \\T
{ Atlorne) for Appli. ..nt
; ie i. --!
IN THE CIRCUIT COUPT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NO. 72-9447
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
l. I!, the Marriage of:
I'Al'UM-: IIKATII, wife an.I
i LKXEST HEATH, husband.
T' EARXEST HEATH
If. I, Box v.
Xoi wood, Oi orgla
tECAl NOTKt
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 0F Ju\
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL Circuit
OF FLORIDA. IN AND for
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. Tz.inte
NOTICE OF SUIT '
IN" I'.K: The Marriage ..1
|..\l I.as I. BCHIEOQ,
Husband,
anil
IAY B BCHIEOO,
Wife
ROGER* ''' s u
v i ii. Miami. Floi id i
.,, ,i ni tl '"h the Llerk
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rlage nan hee-n filed agali ''"
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on EMAXt'EL LEVEXBti
r'.rei r; -i-n-^r
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L>ATEIJ Un Cth day of M 72 .;'',.; Irle m-^ 'Vf
K V. I.EATHERMAX S bsfore J, i
Clerk of Circuit < ogri or isprore June jo, l ...
julgmeiit may he entere.
f..r th.- r.H.f demanded
plaint or oetltkirt.
WITNESS my hand
d i ..uet i.n the jj dnv
K l: l-EATHERM
lerk
l:V X A HEWETT
h 'ircuil Court Seal >
i2-i-:< c i
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-1C12
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IX RE: THE MARRIAGE UF
IiEA'. W BRl I' i; H
and
JAXICE BROCfJH
TO: DEAN IV. BROrOH
. .. Mi Margaret Ijtfn -
17.' Patterson 8tre*t
Attlel...... Ms --...l.ti-.M-
ror ARE HEREBY XOTIF1ED
thai ..n action for Dissolution "f Mar-
riage has i.....n filed again*! you and
you are required in Nerve a copy .f
your writ:. ili : anj lo II
.ii Mortimer S Cohi it, nttnn
petitioner, whose address if 1102 Alns-
I. v Building
A- Clerk ..f -
Bj H M KISS1
A- Deputy ".
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-245
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate <.f
JAl 1 'B Bl lli:< HTER
l... .
To All Creditor* and All P--------h.-,v.
mtr Claim* or Demand* Ac g^u
Estate:
You are hereby notified (
'. present any cteiao*
whl.-h yog may have aga
tate of .iai'. >H si'HEi 'HT
I4 "\-'i: Fl'rsl Uvnue. '''' "' 1.':",,H ''"""'>' .Floi
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 72-10841
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
in Re Th.- Marriage >f
OBIE THOMAS, ,n:.. Husband
and Alum: BELL Tin '.mas. wife .
Ti i AIM'li: REI I THi IMA8
-'I _' I.e.-ie Street
I >.!.. 11. .l||.|||K.,il
VT ARE HEREBY notlf..... thai
Petition f..r Dissolution ..i Marriage
haa been filed again*! yam, and you
are hereby retuired '< *ei ve a copy
"f your answer or other pleading to
the Petition on the Husband s attor-
ney LESTER ROGERS, whose ad.
,ir.--- i- 1454 xw 17fh Avenue, Ml-
ami, Florida 331S3, and file the orig-
inal with the Clerk ..f the ats
tl Com'. "ii or before th.- :. das
"f July, !:.7_. or .. Default will be
t "ii
HATED thi- 2S da> i I May
E B I EATHERMAX
| : r, of Circuit Cout'
RY C P. i OPELAXD
n rcuit Court Si

Miami. Florida :."!":. and file th
tl ihi lerl o! the above
styled ourl oi lun.
19iS otherwise n default "ill b< -
tered ugainsl you foi the relief de-
manded it. ihe comolalnl i>r petition.
This notice -hall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
THE JEWISH FI.OR1D1AX
witness my hand and ihe seal of,
said court at Miami. Florida on this |
23 day : Mny. i:'7:'
E ''. I.EATHERMAX,
As 'lerk, Circuit Vmii
I lade i v.iintv. Florid ,
Bv R M KISSFE
a- i>.i.ui> Clerk
ii Ircuil Courl Seal)
.-. _.. .. _-'..ir,
Count] Judge* ..f Dade Count and
file th.- sain.- In duplicate
vided In Section 7::: IC F >-,;iI.
Utes, in their office* In ''ountl
Courthouse in Dude County,
within six ale'iular nK.p'1
time i.f the first publical
..r the -am.- will be barred
Dated it Miami. Florid
lay of May. A I> l73
Mildr.-.l Mar, u-
a* Admlnlstrati t
First publication ..< thlr
ihe :: day "f May, IK
RAKERMAX BHAPIRO
i Attorney for Administratrix
."7 North, a-i Airlines Bldg
Miami. Florida
i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
No. 72-109'5
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE MAHUIACE IF
YX PAY YAI'
EDDIE k'l'l YAI' SH
Ti EDDIE KCI v.w sii
RESIDEXCE CXKXi >\VX
Yi.r \::k HEREBY XoT
n
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IN : Rlvd ii
"hi. and t,. file ih.
th, iffl,.,
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tered lira n
DATED thin .... .l:,v of May |:
B B I I'.rnn-.,, ,v ',-
,, ,.,,. I:v '' P COPELAXD
I ITX 8. CA IV N
Attorney f..r Petitloi
Ion N it,- n\,... Rlvd Suiti
Miami. Florida
nt Court Seal I
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-10433
PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
i.n RE: The Marriage of
AXDREW STEFAX, Husband,
Petitioner,
and
ANNA STEFAX Wife
Respondent
Ti. ANNA STEFAX
131 Engle Street
Engli.......I, .\.
VOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
Petition for I dssolution of ,
your
ii un
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTYl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TME
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
OAOE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-10501
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IX RB:
sam METER, Petitioner
and
RITH MEYER Respondi
Tl i. RITH M EVER
4i.ii Neptune Avenue
llyn. New York :
< o I'.uth s. hnurman
YOl' ARE HEREBY 'IHI
a i action for Diet ui Mar-
I .i- b :i filed agali
i an required to rervi
in: tti n defi to it
CHAR1 is GERTI El:.
for Petll \. Ia.se ml.!1 I.'
Ri oi. Miam Bi
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il! be entered nn
the rellel
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140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583
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action for dissolution
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A- Clerk, Circuit C......
liioi, i'ountv, Florida
lt\" P M sffOQISV1
, .. Deputy Herk
tl '.oil '..urt Ren I >
M RFRT un PXQKY
""I i on. oi-.i Building
Mian;,. Florida
Attorney f..r Petitioner
i II I.EATHF.RMAX n.ei,
Circuit Court.Dade Counix^Ftorldn
By: N A HEWETT
nrrul, CourVVeaVi C,W*
MAX p RXOEI.
Mtorni i Plaintiff
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XOTICE is HEREBY OIVKN ''?'
the undersianed. deslrina lo i
I......'"- onder Ihe fletltloll" < '"
TOW'S OET.tAR, IXC. .1 li ,|"''1
1 V'S MIC I". (HI RT nt '
>Vav. Miami. Kl.i. intends to
said name with ih. Clerk of '
<-uit I'.ni.i of haila Conntj '
TOWS i El 1 AR INC.
a PMnrlrtl corn*.rail."li
MIRIAM RKCKPIRM VN
Ml,.rn..v f,,r a'mli.an t
l*!W S W .Ir.l Avenue
Miami, l'l.,
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Friday. June 2. 1972
* Jen toll ftcridiam
Page 15-3
Michael C. Slotnick, (center) v/as installed as president of
Temp'e Zicn, the Conservative congregation at 8000 Miller
Rd.. during a recent ceremony. Other officers elected in-
cluded Herman Eerger, president cf the Men's Club, and
Mr=. Charles Shaffer, Sisterhood president (left) end Mr.
crr.d Mrs. Leon Thaler, leaders of the Mr. and Mrs. Ciub
(riaht).
E.M. Dunlap
Itetires From
Post Office
Postmaster E. M. Dunlap, wh<
has announced his retirement
from the U.S. Postal Service, was
born in Wiliiamsport, Pa. and en-
tered the post office as a erk
and carrlei there in 1936.
Mr. Dunlap entered the Postal
He entered the Postal Inspection
Service In 1941 and was assigned
to the Boston Division until he
came to Miami in 1948. Ho re-
mained in the Inspection Service
here until 1955 when he was ap-
pointed District Operations Man-
ager in this area by the Regional
directoi in Atlanta.
Appointed acting postmaster In
Miami In 1958, Mr. Dunlap was
confirmed as postmaster in 1959.
For the past 10 months he has ei
acting manager, Motro Area,
which encompasses the area from
Fort Pierce lo Key West.
A banquet will be held in his
honor at Biscayne Terrace Hotels
Starlight Room, Saturday. ____
LEWML NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
,to. 72-2315
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In UK: Estate of
L>A\ i: C A PLAN
I.....ased.
To All Creditors and All Persons l f % -
hig Claims or Demands Against Said
Eilate:
Yuu Miu thereby notified aiidicimU*ii
lo present anj' claims and demands
which you may have agalnsl the es-
tati "i DAVK CAPI.A.N, decensed late
..i Dade County, Florida, to the Coun-
ty Judges of I ni.i- County, and file
Uif iiame in duplicate and aa pro-
vided in Section 733.16, Florida Stat-
utes, in their office* in the Count)
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
within si\ calendar months from the
lime of the first publication hereof,
or the name will be barred
Dated at Miami, Florida, this ::<>
da] of May, A.D. IH72
HERBERT CAPLAN
As Ancillary Administrator
Firat publication of thin notl.....n
the 2nd day of June, l!)72.
lireicer *: Schri Iber
Attorney for Ancillary Administrator
16499 N.E. i!'ili Avi nue
North Miami Reach, Floi Ida
li 2-9-1K-23
LEGAL NOTICE
4
Setting the groundwork for the proposed Miami Beach Youth
Center are key members of the Junior Citizens, city officials
and school representatives. Pictured here at the first meeting
are Mrs. Kenneth Welson, president of Junior Citizens, Mr*..
Clifford Pierce, Mrs. James Todd, Vice Mayor Robert Good-
man, (City Council's liaison with the Junior Citizens Cor.i-
miueei Mis. Norman Liebman and Bernard Kreisberg, asslsi-
ant principal of Nautilus Junior High Sccool. Discussion on u
site end need for volunteer architectural and legal assist
ance was held at the initial meeting. The next meeting will
be held Friday. June 9, in the mayor's office.______
LEGAL NOTICE
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers will
receive an honorary doctor of
Laws degree from the Univer-
sity of Miami Sunday during 2
p.m. graduation ceremonies a'
the Miami Beach Auditorium.,
A Miami Beach attorney and j
civ:c leader, Mrs. Meyers has
served as president or chair-
man of numerous Jewish or-
ganizations in Greater Miami
and is a former member of the
Dade County School Board-
Real Estate Classes Set
The University of Miami will
offer 12 classes in lta beginning
course of real estate principals and
practices, bcfrinnins June 1 .Van-,
ou< sections will start on other,
dates In June and July at the main
campus in Coral Gables and at the
Koubek Center, 27C5 SW 3rd St.
PETCEMETERY
24-HOUR SERVICE
Complete burial onii funeral
arrangement! for Peti of all
types, including pick-up service
Beautiful Cemetery Grounai
Crematian Service*
m4trofe trice
r#I HEAVty
MEMORIAL PARK
1 226-7387
IWfll WEST IA>
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
72-11118
PETITION FOR ADOPTION
IS RE: The Matter "f
R. C. M.. a
mi.....'. ..
Tin Robert Joseph Maple
i Residence unknown)
You. Robert Joseph Maple, ore here-
by notified thai a Petition for Adop-
tion nan been filed against you. and
vou are required io serve a copy or
'your Answer or Pleading to the
adoption on the Plaintiff's attorney,
Myron It. Bermaii, 8188 Blscayne
Boulevard, Miami, Florida 88131 and
file the original Answer or Pleading
in the offl......r the i let* of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the day of
juiv 1978. if you fall to do so, juiIb-
nu-iu by default "ill be taken agalnsl
you for the relief demanded i.i Hie
This notice shall be published oi.....
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THK JEWISH FLORID1AN. .
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, thi-- 81 day "f May A.D. 1972.
B B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
By: N. A. HEWETT
Deputy Clerk
(Clrcull Court Seal)
MYRON H. BERMAN
8185 Rlsrayne Boulevard
Miami. Florida 3:1137
Attorney for Plaintiff ..
li 2-9-16-28
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. 72-11098
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RB:
,! us CARRILLO,
Petitioner
jotcespearman CAK1UI.I.O.
TO^JfOYCBSPBSARMAN CARRIUA.
ii.1l' Dresden I>rive
Charlotte. North Carolina _____
YOTJ AltF. HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
vou are required to serve a copy 01
vour written defense- if any, '" '
nlloN.M.n A. ALTER, ESQ. ORO-
VBII WF.INSTKIN & BTAUBBR. PA.
attorney for Petitioner, whose ad-
dress is 850 Lincoln Road. Miami
Beach. Florida MI8S. r. ml file the
original with the clerk o the above
stvled i-ourt on or before July .. <'>-
otherwise a default will he entered
asalnst vou for th.- relief demanded
in the co'nvdaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
on.-h !,.,.!< for four consecutive weeks
in THF. JEWISH Fl.nHIDlAN.
WITNESS mv hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Worlds on this
:il dav of May. 1971
K I! LEATHERMAN.
As Clark, Clrou" Court
Dade Coimlv. Florida
By li. M. KlSBHE
As Deputy Clerk
fClrcuU Court Sel> .__
fXPOVER WF.INSTKIN BTAUBBR,
P. A.
ar.a I .tneoln Road
JurtaimHear* W--M- <81St .
Attorney for Petitioner ..,.,,. K.^
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Acts of 1941
File No. 72 A 62
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Bcii Boskln holder of Cltj of Miami
Tax Sale CertiflcaK No. 2298 Issued
the 29th day of May, A i> I99, has
filed same in my office, and has made
application for a lax deed to be Is-
braces the following described prop-
erty in the County of Dade, State
,,i Florida, lo-wlt:
Lot 1 II. Beat "111 .Manor. Plal l-ool-
8 Page 121, In the Count) of Dade,
State of Florida.
This deed will be Issued subject to
:iii oth.r outstanding delinquent I nun-
I lv taxes and 1971 Count) Taxes and
City of Miami taxes and liens.
The assessment of said property un-
der the said certificate wa; In the
name or: Clara Lee Harrison Life Est
t'nlesa said rertlflcate shall I" ri
deemed according to law. the prop-
erty dccrll..... herein will be sold to
the highest Milder for cash at the
courthouse door on the firs. Monday
in ti- month of In'. 1972. which Is
the Srd day of July. 1978. .
Dated this '.isi uaj May. 1972.
K. 1! I EATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court,
pade County, Florida.
By P. F. OULDSTRAND, 1"
Clrcull Court Seal 9.16-83
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2441
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE Estate of
ARON SNITIVKEK
Deceased, ,,
To All creditors and All Persons Hay-
ing claims or Demands Against Baia
'Vou are hereby notified and te-
nulred to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of ARON SNITTVKER de-
ceased late of Hade County. Florida.
, the County Judges of Dade < ounty
and file the same in duplicate ana a*
provided m BecUon 738.18 FloridaBtat-
utes. in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Pad.- County. Honda.
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this -,1
day of May. A.D. 1J72. _____
l.lll.l A BN1TIVKER
As Executrix
First publication of this none.- on
the L' day of June, 1!'"'T'
I awrciioc C. Porter of
Myers, Kaplan. Porter. Levlnson *
Kellill
Attorney for Executrix
HI* aW Fir.- Street ..,.,-.3-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to 1
in business under the fictitious name
of STARDUST APARTMENTS at
number 910 Collins Avenue. In the
City of Miami Beach, Florida, Intend
to register the said nnmt with the
Clerk of the Clrcull Court of Dade
1 'ouni>. Florida.
Dated nl Miami, Florida, tiiis S
day of Ma) 1li7_.
Jack Harris
Lucy Harris
!: n Eisenberg
Pauline Eisenberg, his
Btewnrl Bloom
Itenata Bloom, his w ii,-
David Bloom
ICs Iherlne Bloom, liK \\ Ife
ARONOVITZ, SILVER ft TON nil
Attorneys for A pplli ants
mix Alnsley Rullding
Miami, Florida S3132
5/12- 19-36 fl '2
IN THE COUNTY JUOGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2314
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
HARRY SMILEY
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Ha'
inK claims or Demands Against Said I
Estate:
Vou are hereby notified and re- 1
quired to present any claims and de- .
mands which you may have against |
the estate of HARRY SMILEY de-
ceased late of Hade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade county,
ami fib- tin- same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.18, Florida
Statutes. In their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
tin- lime o' the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barret.
Paled at Miami, Florida. II.Is 9 day
of May, A.P. 1972.
LEAH SMILEY
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 1^ da> of May, 1978.
JOSEPH SCHMIER
Attorney for Batata
80S Lincoln Boad
.Miami Beach, Florida
Tel. S31-58S8
:. 12-19-215 R -'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH-
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-9471
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: Tin- Marriage of
HLENN A. STRI >M, Husbi
CHERYL A. STROM, Wife,
T< >: CHERYL A. STROM,
I 1720 Joan III i>. ,
I'n isburgh, ".",
Penus) l\ aids.
YOU ARE HEREBY .H>TII II
that an action for Dissolution
rlage has 1.....11 filed ngaii si yoti 1 1
you "> requited to Berve n dop>
vour wi 1111,1 ii, i. us,-, ii any, in
on HROSH .v UEROER, attorney!
Petitioner, whose address Is I-" la -
coin Road, Miami Ueai-li, Florida, u 1
file the original iin the rh 11 of '
aboi e st) li il 1 nui 1 ......r b< 1 ire .In a
11, 1972; otherwise n ilefaull will
entered against you for the relh I '
mn iled in the complaint or pelltli 1
WITNESS mi hand and the <
of said court at Miami. Florida 1
this 9 day of May. 1978.
1: H IJSATHBRMAN.
As 'lerk, 1 "ueuii Court
Dnde County, Florida
By i. SNEEDEN
As p. put) 1 "lerk
((ii, nil Court Seal)
E. 12-19-28 8 -
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH =
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUI-
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-9500
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
ANIBAL PACHECO.
Husband,
ami
RAFAEI.A PACHECO.
w 11..
TO: RAFAELA PACHECO
Residence unknou u
YOI ARE HEREBY NOTIFIL'C
that an action r- r Dissolution ol Ms
rlage has been filed against yon an
you are required lo serve a copy
your written defenses, if any, to it 01
Sidney Kfronsi.n. nttorne) lor Pel
lioner, whose address i- 61- Alnslej
Building, .Miami. Horidii 33183, am
id. the orlgini : ith Hit cli 11> "f 11
alsive styled couri on or before .lui
IK, 1972: othetIse a defaull n ill
entered ugaliibt you for Ihe relief rl-.
maniled in the cfimplainl "i petltlo
This notice shall lie published onci
each week for tour consecutive weel
in Tin: JEWISH I'l.' IRIDIAN
WITNESS nt) hnlid and Ihe seal
s.iid eouri at Miami. Florida on 11
'.' dll) 01 May. Hi?-.'
i: It I.EATHERM \N.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
1 lade 1 'oumy. Florida
B) C P. < OPELAND
A- Pepuij Clerk
(Clrcull Court Seal)
Sidney Kfronson
612 Alnsle) l'.uildinr
Miami. Florida 38182 8T7-96sl
Attorney lor Petitioner
B/12-19-26 6 :
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
SOTICE IS HEREBY OTVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious names
CAI.F.N TRAVEL
A AAARTHUR CHIlSi: CFNTKIl
t '(i70 N.K. 805th St.. North Miami
llca'ch. Fla. Intends to reitisier said
names with the Clerk of the < Ircult
Court of I'ade County. Honda.
MAX1NBOAUSN auM
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR_____
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1835
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: n>tktc of
\V1U.1AM A. S WIIF.KLER
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons llav-
1 Ing Claims or Demands Against saio
Fstnte' j
'You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of Wlll.IAM A S WHEELER
deceased late of Pad.- County, Honda,
to the County Judges of Pade (ounty,
and file the same In du'dicatc and as
provided In Section 788.18. Florida
Statutes, In their offices in the f'oun-
iv Courthouse in Dade Counlv. Flor-
ida, within -ix i-nle-ndnr months from
the time of the first publication here-
of or ihe same will he barred
Dated at Miami Florida, this 84th
dav of Mav. AD. 1972.
CIIF.UYI WHEELER
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the ?nd dav of June. 197.
MARKI'S. WINTER & SP1TAI.K
Attornevs for Kxecutrlx
8851 B.W. 22nd street
1 t :'-lfi-2:l
NOTICE OF AC 1 ION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-9472
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: Th.- Marriage of
HIALEAH MIAMI \\ ANDZ1I.AK,
Wife,
MICHAEL HARRY WANDZH.AK,
Husband.
TO: MICHAEL HARRY
WANDZH.AK
i"44 N. Oarnett Sireet
Henderson. North Carolina
YOU AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. lo ii
OH laul Kwitiiey. attorney for Peti-
tioner, whose address is Kwitnev &
Kroop, 420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach,
Florida, and file the original with
the clerli of the above styled court
on or before 14 June. 1972: otherwise
a default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the com-
plaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
iii THE JF.W1SH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
Of said court at Miami, Florida on
this day of Mav. 1*72
E B I.KATIIF.It.MAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By L. SNEEDEN
As Deputy clerk
(Clrcull Court Seal)
Paul Kwllney
Kwitnev & Kroop
480 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach, Fla.
Attorney for Petitioner
R/18-19-SC r.".'
ATTORNEYS!
ATTENTION
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
PROPERTY TO BE
DETERMINED BY THE COURT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-11006
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE; THE MARRIAGE ")F '
WILLIAM A DITTLOFF,
Husband, '
ami
MARTHA MARIE DITTLOFF.
Wife 1
TO; MARTHA MARIE DITTLOFF
80 .Mullen Avenue
Wnnnntle, New Jersey I74r.
VtP ARE HERBHY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed agalnat you and
you are reouircd to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it
on 1 It. MAYER8, attorney for Peti-
tioner, whose address is :,.".i> Seybold
nuilditic.. Miami. Florida 38888, and
file ihe original with the clerk of
Hie above styled court on or before
July 7. 1978; otherwise a default Will
be entered against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or petition.
This noli,-,- shall bo published once
each week for four consecutive weeka
in THE JEWISH Ft.niUDlAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal >f
saiil cowl at Miami. Florida on thisj
:: dav of Mav. H'7:.'.
I-:. It I KATHF.RMAM.
A- Clerk. Circuit Court
I lade County, Florida
By R. M. KISSES "
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Curt Seal)
1 It MATERS, ESQ.
530 s. vh.dd Ihnldi-c;
Miami. Florida .13132
Attorney for Petitioner
6 8-8-16-88
JN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2069 (Primm)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
MAYER SPENCER
Deceased.
To All Creditors anil All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
lo present any claims and demands
which you mav have ncainst the es-
tate of HATER SPENCER deceased
late of Dade County. Florldn. to the
Cottnly Judges of Dade County, and
file the same in duplicate anil as pro-
vided in Section 783.16. Florida Stat-
"tes. in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida.
within six calendar months from the
time of the first nublication hereof, or
the same will he barred.
Dated al Miami. Florida, this 88lh
dav of Aprl'. A.D. lOT*!.
ni:d a. spencer
As idmmtatrator cta
Flrsl nublication of this not Id 1
the '.: dav of Mnv. 1*>7"
RAKERMAN SHAPIRO
r<\ PATH It M \RCVS
Attorney for Ned A. Spencer
Administrator l"T \
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Miami. Fla.
B/M 6/2-9-1*


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Yellow Cling Peaches 2SSH9C Bartlett Pears 3 c\\ $1
TOP QUALITY PERLETTE
GRAPES SEEDLESS 49
FAIR
SUPERMARKETS
FEATURES EFFECTIVE
THRU SUNDAY, JUNE 4
AT AIL FOOD FAIR & FREDERICKS STORES
EXCLUDING FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS
|USDA
CHOICE)]
TOP U.S. CHOICE WESTERN
TOP QUALITY SWEET GARDEN FRESH
Honey Dews ea 79c Salad Tomatoes SI 29c
BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE 30'
RINSO
84-OZ.
PACKAGE
LAUNDRY DETERGENT
LIMIT ONE PKG. PLEASE. WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF '7 OR MORE, EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
LAND O'FROST lAll VARIETIES)
Sliced Smoked Meats V:~ 39
DELICIOUS
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8 02
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29c
TOP U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN
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SAVE 9c REGULAR OR DRY
Alberto Balsam Shampoo 59(
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69c French Crumb Cake To1 69c
FOOD FAIR.LES CAL
OR MASTERS SCHMIERKASE
Cottage Cheese
SAVE 10c SPRAY
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5-OZ.
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SPECIAL!
SAVE 10'
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AIL BAKED GOODS MADE W.TH PURE VEGETABLE SHORTENING!
FOOD FAIR HAMBURGER OR
HOT DOG f% mm.
buns 2 49
SAVE 40c-LB. LEAN
DELICIOUS FOOD FAIR
French Crumb Cake %%L 35c
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. NONE SOLD TO DEALERS. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR TYPOGRAPHICAL ERRORS
Cooked Shrimp
EL DORADO $ \ 09 10-OZ.
BRAND I BAG
HEAT AND SERVE FRIED
FISH STICKS !&
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