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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
June 9, 1972

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
June 9, 1972

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of North Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Jewish Floridian of South County
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Preceded by:
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"eJTewisJi Ftaridian
Volume 45 Number 23
Combining, HIE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida Friday, June 9, 1972
Two Sections Price 20 c;nts
24 Nations Agree To Tighten Security
JERUSALEM (JTA)
Twenty-tour nations have -al-
ready responded affirmatively
to Israel's demands for more
stringent security measures at
their airports and on their air-
craft flying to Israel, Transport
Minister Shimon Peres and Mor-
dechai Gazit, director general of
the Foreign Ministry announced.
Fifth Anniversary Of
67 War 'Uneventful'
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
fifth anniversary of the start of
the Six-Day War passed with
only one incident that took place
in the occupied Golan Heights;
an Israeli soldier was killed ind
another injured. The two sol-
diers were in a civilian car
which was hit by bazooka shells.
I>raeli officials had been on
the alert against the possibility
that Arab terrorists might seek
to stage hostile acts to mark
the anniversary, but no inci-
dents of any kind were reported
throughout Israel, or the West
Bank, officials said.
For the first time since June,
1967, there were neither demon
tration* or other acts of pro-
test by Arabs In the occupied
areas to mark the Arab defeat.
In N.ihlns and East Jerusalem,
several women and school pupils
laid wreaths on graves of Arab
soldiers.
There was some tension on
the Lebanese border, however,
where there was considerable
activity on the Lebanese side,
Sounds of firing of mortars and
flashing lights were heard and
seen.
Officials speculated that Leb-
anese authorities were seeking
to c!eter terrorists from using
the anniversary as the occasion
for an attack on Israel from
Lebanese territory.
Japanese Officials Visit
President And Premier
JKP.USALEM (JTA) Pres-
ident Zalman Shazar and Pre-
mier Golda Meir each received
-ial delegation of Japanese
nment officials here Sun-
c,!.. morning and were informed
that symbolic payments would
be made to the victims of the
Lynda Airport massacre and
thai a sum of money would be
put at the disposal of Israel's
Rod Mogen David for humani-
tarian purposes.
Tlie delegation was headed by
Kenji Fnkunaga and included
three officials of Japan's For-
eiitn Ministry. They were ac-
companied hv the Japanese Am-
lwssudor, EIJi Tokura.
Speaking to journalists after-
wards, they said contributions
would also be made to the be-
reaved families of the massacre
victims. They refused to state
the sum involved or how much
would be contributed to the Red
Mogen David through the Japa-
nese Red Cross, however.
Mr. Fnkunaga cave Sirs. Meir
a letter from Premier Osako
Sato of Japan expressing the
Japanese people's sorrow. He
said Mrs. Meir was deeply moved
by the concern showed by the
government of Japan and had
aid that the common tragedy
might bring the people of Israel
and Japan closer together.
Replying to questions, the Jap-
anese visitors said the facts re-
lating to Japanese outlaws being
trained in Lebanon were under
investigation bv their govern-
ment. Two Japanese police offi-
cers are aiding in the interroga-
tion of the gunman captured in
the Lydda massacre.
HISTADRUT FOUNDATION REPORTS
Goal Reached A Year
Ahead Of Schedule
NEW YORK (JTA) The
goal of $25 million in long-term
commitments to the Israel His-
tadrut Foundation, to be attain-
ed by Israel's 25h anniversary
year, was reached on June 1,
according to a report made by
Dr. Sol Stein, foundation presi-
dent, at a luncheon here Sunday.
Dr. Stein, who established the
foundation 12 years ago, was in-
failed a president, succeeding
William H. Sylk of Philadelphia.
Dr. Stein relinquished his post
as executive director of the Na-
tional Committee for Labor Is-
rael to devote full time to the
luundation, which seeks bequests,
gift annuities and other forms of
deferred contributions for the
future needs of Histadrut's
health, educational and social
welfare programs in Israel.
Rabbi Leon Kronish of Miami
Beach, chairman of the board,
told the audience of 400 guests
that the foundation would raise
$100 million within the coming
ten years, thus assuring a steady
source of funds for the vital
services of Histadrut to the im-
migrants and workers in Israel.
The foundation, a subsidiary
of the National Committee for
Continued On Page 9-A
The precautions include per-
sonal searches of passengers ,ind
more thorough inspection of the
baggage.
Israel marie its demands in
the aftermath of the Lydda Air-
port massacre to 60 countries
which have direst air links to
Israel either by their own car-
riers or through other airlines.
-Nine out of 19 airlines approach-
ed "have also accepted Israel's
demands.
Air France, the airline ued
by the three gunmen who killed
25 and wounded 70 with ma-
chinegun fire and grenades at
Lydda last Tuesday, has in-
formed the Transport Minister
that it was ready to institute
all precautionary measures asked
by Israel.
Similar messages have, been
received from Sahena, the Bel-
gian airline and West Germany's
Lufthansa, both of which have
recently been targets of Arab
terrorist acts.
Both Jews and non-Jews con-
tinued to voice shock and rovul-
sion over the Lydda Airport
massacre and demanded more
stringent security measure* by
airports and international air-
lines, and an urgent appeal 'or
greater vigilance by air trans-
port authorities all over the
world to avoid a repetition of
the Lydda tragedy was sent to
President Nixon by the National
Federation of Temple Sister-
hoods.
Gunman Says Trio Trained Near Beirut
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
three Japanese gunmen respon-
sible for the Lydda Airport mas-
sacre trained openly for their
deadly mission on the outskirts
of Beirut, Lebanon and were in
close contact with Palestinian
terrorists and plane hijackers in
the Lebanese capital since last
March, it has been disclosed.
The information g'eaned from
the continuing interrelation of
the captured gunman Kozo Oka-
moto, alias Namba Dai Saka,
was disclosed to the press by Lt.
Col. Mordechai Tavor at Jeru-
salem police headquarters.
Col. Tavor also disclosed the
names of the two other gunmen
who were killed Takeshi I'ku-
daira and Yasukl. He said all
three, in their early 20s, had
been students at the Cniversity
of Japan. All were members of
tlie. outlawed Red Star group in
Japan, Okamoto having joined
in 1970.
Col. Tavor said the three ar-
rived in Beirut last March and
took an apartment there. The
trio reportedly met early this
year with a leader of the Popu-
lar Front for the Liberation of
Palestine known as "Abu AH"
in Japan.
Col Tavor said that the assas-
sins received' Czech-made auto-
matic rifles, grenades and am-
munition in Beirut where their
mission was explained to them
May 16. While in Beirut they
were in contact with at least six
PFLP members, among them
Mohammed Abu el Haja. Yusuf
Ibrahim Tufik and Ahmed Has-
san Hadi. he added.
Haja and Tufik participated
in the atta-.k on an El AI plane
at /.urieh Airport in February,
1969 and were arrested, but
later exchanged for hostages
aboard four hijacked $5t* in
northern Jordan in September,
1970.
Police Chief Pinhai Koppel
said that when the questioning
of Kozo Okamoto is completed
at the end of the week, it will
be decided whether to try him
before a military tribunal or a
civilian court.
Israel has abolished the death
penalty except for Nazis and
Nazi collaborators. But a mili-
tary tribunal with two lawyers
on the panel may impose the
dea'h sentence for terrorist
activities. '
What's happening here...
When we evaluated the 1971 Pacesetter Division re-
sults (gifts of $10,000 and over) and realized there were
only 85 Pacesetter gifts, we thought it was a poor showing
from this, the fifth largest Jewish community in the U.S.
We set a goal of 200 Pacesetters for 1972 which
seemed ambitious.
As of June 1, we have 136 Pacesetter gifts with a value
of $4,907,845 (including Women's Division Pacesetters).
These same gifts had a value of $1,955,766 last year .
which represents an increase of 151% over last year.
There are still 10 Pacesetters from last year who haven't
yet made their 1972 pledge and of our 136 current Pace-
setters, 76 contributors gave below the Pacesetter level
last year or did not give at all. This proves that our goal is
both realistic and in sight.
Leading the Division this year has been gratifying for
both of us. Especially since a Pacesetter gift now carries with
it a special meaning ... it guarantees a Ife of freedom and
dignity in Israel for one Russian Jew.
Eli Timoner
Stephen Muss
Pacesetter Co-Chairmen
Greater Miami Jewish Federation's
1972 Combined Jewish Appeal
and Israel Emergency Fund Campaign
Stephen /Musi
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^pi^asmuth Receives Award At Murray To Be Introduced
Mercantile Division Dinner At Reception And Brunch
"Over $1.6 million has been
|raisl b> the Mercantile Division
If [he Gi-ater Miami Jewish Fed-
leifUon on behalf of the 1972 CJA-
||KK L.-ampa Ipivislon coordinator, reports.
The Division, Mhich is cochaired
I by George Mover and Murray Tu-
|n>isky. iHceived additional pledges
|0t 161,000 at the annual Division
dinner at the Sheraton Four Am-
IbMsadors Hotel last week.
Over 300 people attended the >
dinner ail saw the annual Harold;
g Boswcrth Memorial Award pro
tented to Thomas C. Wasmuth.;
chairma: of the board and chief
executive officer of Burdine's Do-
I Stores.
I,i a pting the award, Mr.
\v;1. i..... -aid, "I've lonn believed
,l,.,i >| velfare of the business
eoiiimui is inseparable from the
i tiie community at large
l jhai 'i deeply for this honor
i myself and Burdine's.'
The i ard is in recognition o!
the Jewish eommunity
an- ,,! unity at large. Previous
include John N. Serbin
oh Rabinowitz (1966),
jaj Kisiak (1987). Roberi
Uachl i8>, Max Orovltz (1969)
Milln V.'eiss 11970i and Wi ian
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guest speaker, stn ssed
people In the commun-
[t\ are : fully aware of the valu-
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fiatioi 3* local and national I
agencies.
hard to see your dollar?
In aciii he .said. "Our children
the unstructured sel
i the Jewish Family an.-i,
Children's Service Places North
Kasl or South and our aged are
assured quality care at the Jewish
Home for the Aged.
"Federation agencies ~ are also
on the scene at all those points
in between to render professional
medical, social and welfare serv-
ices," In said.
Pavel Fel, who arrived in Israel
a year ago from the Soviet Union
(Latvia) was a special guest
speaker.
Mr. Fel, '_'9. who spetks fluent
English and was involved in tech-
nical translation work in th<
U.S.S.R., spoke on the ay-to-day
reality of hclns a Jew In Russia,
"It's one thing for a Jew to visit
Russia," he ai thing to have to live there.
"Most of you in this room .
if your parents didn't come from
Russia, your grandparents did. It's
just an accident of history that
you are able to finance the dream
of redemption to the Promised
Land kept alive by the three mil-
lion Jews In the Sovie- Union,"
he continue,'.
"Do not think for on moment
that they are Unaware thai it is
the Jews In the United States who
make their emigration to Israel
possible," ho added. "I thank you
on their behalf.
Harry A. (Hapl Levy, president I
of the American Friends of the'
Hebrew University of Jerusalem,
announces a reception to Intro-1
duce Harold Murray, new regional
director, to the leadership of the
community.
The reception brunch will take
place at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Richard D. Levy, 6300 North Bay
Rd., Miami Beach, Sunday at 10
a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Levy an found-
ers of the Hebrew University
Cochairman of the rowpttcn
are Jack S. Popick and Judge Her- j
l>ert S. Shapiro, honoiary presi-
dents of the American Friends.
Rabbi Loon Kronish, who has
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comment on his most recent visit
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Members of the board of direc-
tors, founders of Hebrew Univer-
sity and other distinguished friends
and leaders in the community will
participate in this welcome to Mr.
Murray.
Leukemia Booklet Available
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kemia care are available from the
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Friday. June 9. 1972
Volume 45
27 SIVAN 5732
Number 23
Tragedy Can Be Duplicated
In a world where so many madmen seem to be loose,
the massacre at Lod Airport is another reminder that tho
best of precautions cue no match for the fanatics who will
risk all in the name of their mission.
But the fact is that precautions by governments and
airlines are not what they should and can be. With the
exception of the Japanese government, which provided an
example to the nations of the world by accepting "total
moral responsibility" for the tragedy which resulted in
the death of 25 innocent persons, the other governments
and airlines involved fell over themselves in blaming oth-
ers for what happened.
The petty annoyances of thorough baggage inspec-
tion and more careful checking of passengers mus! be
instituted in the name of safe travel. Nations which extol
the deeds of terrorists and harbor air pirates must be boy-
cotted by the airlines until they become responsible mem-
bers of the world community The rash of hijackings is
evidence that this is not the sole concern of Israel but ev-
ery decent nation's, for the tragedy of Lod Airport can be
duplicated at every airport.
Cash Week Ends, Need Continues
Today officially ends a campaign known cs "Cash
Week." a concerted national effort to convert pledges intc
needed cash to meet the pressing needs of immigration
and absorption in Israel. Payments for transportation, food
and housing must be made almost instantly.
The campaign for cash should not end here. We
urge all who can to convert their pledges into instant dol-
lars, and those who have not yet been contacted per-
sonally to face up to their responsibility as part of tiV
Jewish community to make their contribution now to the
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund.
We May Soon See Movement
Although the Moscow summit statement indicated
that the two superpowers were prepared, at this tim-3, to
set aside the tensions between them over the Middle East
and Vietnam, there is solid reason to believe from that
same communique that they may be ready to play a
role in peacemaking efforts, at least in the Middle East.
In Israel there is satisfaction that the talks could signal
a Soviet endorsement of United States efforts lo arrcngp
the partial settlement between Israel and Egypt that sepa-
rates the front lines and re-opens the Suez Canal. Israel
agreed four months ago to American proposals for in-
direct talks on this limited agreement but the Egyptian
government, reportedly at the behest of the Soviet Union,
turned it down. The attitude of Moscow may have softened
as a result of the talks between President Nixon and Brez-
hnev the reaction of Egypt to the summit would indicate
this and we may soon see some movement here.
The Arab nations as Abba Eban has pointed out, have
tried everything since 1967 warfare, international pres-
sure and attempted isolation and now could be the
time for them to realize that only direct negotiations with
Israel can bring peace to the Middle East.
South African Jews Protest Rule
Sometimes the question of Jewish self-interest is an-
swered by events which prove that our fate is tied in with
others. Racist South Africa, whose laws are directed at
denying rights to blacks, now has turned its attention to
religion. New regulations have directed that religious
instruction in state schools shall be "Christocentric' in
order to prepare the pupil to accept Jesus Christ as the
Saviour. The large Jewish community there is, of course,
protesting this rule which seems a natural extension of
thought control in a nation so close to Fascist ideology.
' WASHINGTON At least
one of Hanoi's five main re-
gional commands in the south
has already urged the North
Vietnamese high command to
seek a political deal to end the
war without delay because of
the deteriorating situation at
the front.
That beinz said, it must a'so
be noted that Kontum City came
within an ace of falling last Fri-
day. Indeed, it may have fallen
before these words can be print-
ed, for the odds on the fighting
ther-? currently appear about
even either way.
OUTSITS FALL. :f it hap-
pens, will make bad headlines;
but it will be anything but a
by JOSEPH ALSOP
decisive setback. The war mo
also be pretty well lost -.'-. the
approaches to Hue,
and with the odds in that area
now about two to one on AP.'.'N
looking into the future is stili
like watching the beJ! In motion
at a very high stake roul
game.
Predicting the future then :=
still a mug's game. But |j jl^t
as much a mug's game to go on
repeating all the old cliches of
fashionable pessimism about
Vietnam when the fact? of the
present are like the one cited m
the first paragraph.
THERE IS NO doubt that one
of the enemy's regional
mands and not the lea--
portant. either is already ef-
fectively eager to throw in the
sponge. The U.S. g
has means of knowing about
such matters that sot..--.
work. When they work, the re-
sults are solid fact.
In the case noted, the re-
gional commander made -he
following points: First, the
ARVN was fighting well on the
defensive; second that North
Vietnamese losses were in a
ratio of at least three to one.
as compared to ARVN's losses;
third, that the local popu'.a*:on
was hostile, and even when im-
pressed into the North Viet-
namese units, the men ran away
immediately; fourth, that his
own units were hideously weak-
ened; fifth, that he would s >on
have to break off the attack
and seek refuge in his most -e-
mote base areas.
Continued On Pare 9-A
It w8s i;;--'. it&ble, I
that support for Isra .
become an issue in the cr
California Democratic P
dential Primary.
One of Hubert Hum
greatest assets, both finar.-
and politically, has been his
as an articulate spokesman on
behalf of this vital American
Jewish concern and it was to be
expected that he would empha-
size this in a state which has
one of the largest Jewish popu-
lations in the nation.
WHAT IS disturbing to many-
is that the tactics strayed from
the positive campaigning on be-
half of a proven position and
became, in essence, an attack on
George McGovern's record on
this question. Whether the chal-
lenge contained distortions or
untruths which it did is
really beside the point. The im-
portance of the matter is 'hat
the introduction of the issue in
the way it took place openly in
California and behind 'he scenes
last winter during the Florida
primary campaign can only di-
vide American Jews.
If. as seems to be a develop-
ing theme, we are going to be
asking more and more. "Is it
good for the Jews?" then my
answer is that it is not good
for the Jews, or Israel, to exag-
gerate what are at best minor
differences in support of Israel.
If that were the only issue be-
fore the American people I
would not find it difficult to
vote for President Nixon. George
Wallace and the other Demo-
cratic candidates.
In California, according to 'he
New York Time*. Jewish con-
tributors to the McGovern cam-
warned
-and that Yit
Israeli u >r to
States lorries
it a McGovern presiden > "
Wh n in this country
recently, the London Jewish
Chronicle reports, Deputy
Prinv Minister Yigal Allon
: U.S.A. on Vietnam" in
speeches he made before he
American Jewish Committee.
SINCE IT will make no dif-
ference now. either in California
or Florida, it should be known
that there was such obvious Jew-
ish "establishment" support of
Sen. Henry Jackson during the
primary here, and the source of
it traced back to the Israel
Embassy, that the Humphrey.
Muskie and McGovern campaign
managers joined in protesting
this kind of interference.
As this is written before the
California results, it is not cer-
tain that the Israelis have a
winner instead of a loser again.
What is certain, however, is
that they have upset a large
number of liberal American
Jews who, as analyses have
shown, are committed to the can-
didacy of Sen. McGovern because
of his anti-Vietnam position ind
because they find his position
on Israel as palatable as any-
other.
In the last weeks of the Cali-
fornia campaign I received a
number of calls from friends on
the West Coast asking for ma-
terial on McGovern's Israel po-
sition (apparently he was not
making this a ma.ior issue* and
their reaction to it was highly
favorable.
SOMEHOW, for some people,
the fate of Vietnam and Israel
_
fcv EDWARD COHEN
have b-e:; tied togettx r
major Jewish
- have joined i::
insl the latest esca Hi
the war in Indochin I -
leading Orthodox organ
have expressei their suppo
President Nixon's position.
While a group of Hebrew ;-'r.i-
versity students, claim;
most Israelis shared their
marched to the L'.S. O ;.- ite
to declare their support for I i -
ident Nixon, anotlv -
most of them American s--.:: r.ts
at the same university
the Consulate in prote.-'
the Israel government It-
self, has resisted pressure
Washington to take a d<:
stand, primarily, the In.lon
Chronicle stated recently, be-
cause it has its own "peacenik!
who find the American pr>
in Indochina as abhorrent as
their American counterparts.
As the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency pointed out recently in
a news digest, part of the rising
debate in the American Jewish
community is how to face tn?
social, economic, political 'na
moral issues that confront the
nation as a whole whe'her
narrowly, from a strictly ethnic
self-interest point of view or
broadly from the universal-^
standpoint of concerned human
beings. At least one answer mat
makes good sense to me ha5
been given by Bill Novack a
leader of the Boston "Ha\ ..a
and editor of the youth-oriented
magazine, "Repone."
American Jewish corrtmitnvn
to Israel, he said, should not
cajole us into stifling dissent or
viewing our life here as any less
important than life in Isra '


rriday, June 9. 1972
* Jews/; HcrkHari
Page 5-A
Dr. Gerson Cohen Assumes
Total Seminary Leadership
By Special Report
pr. Gerson D. Cohen, historian
and scholar, has been elected chan-
cellor and president of the facul-
,es of The Jewish Theological
Seminary of America. On July 1,
when Dr. Louis Finkcistein be-
f0p'> chancellor emeritus. Dr.
CoLsn will succeed him as chief
executive officer of the Seminary.
Pr. Bernard Mandelbaum has
cubmitted his resignation as presi-
d(,nt, to take effect June 30, 1973,
after he returns from a year's
sabbatical. He said his reasons for
resigning were "both administra-
tive and personal."
Pr. Cohen is the ."ifth person to
hold the position of chief executive
officer of the Seminary, succeed-
ing Sabato Morais < 1885-1897.
Solomon Schechter (1902-1915).
Cyrus Adler (1915-1940) and Louis
Ftatelsteln < 1940-1951). Dr Fink-
elstoin s title was changed to chan-
cellor in 1951, and in 1966 Dr
Mandelbaum became president
but not chief executive officer.
Dr. Cohen, a noted historian, ii
Jacob H. Schiff professor of his-
tory at the Seminary, a post which
he will retain. He was ordained bv
the Seminary in 1948. and holds
its bachelor aiut masters degrees
in Hebrew literature. Dr. Cohcr
also received a bachelor's degree
with special honors from City Col-
lege of New York, where he was
elected to Phi Beta Kappa. He
earned a doctorate in Semitic lan-
guages from Colun/bia University.
Dr. Pablo Tachmes, (third from left) presi-
dent of the Cuban Hebrew Congregation of
Miami, receives a check for $100,000 from
Rafael Corona, president of the Bank of
Miami, to purchase the congregation's first
corporate Israel Bond. The signing cere-
monv. held this week at the Bank of Miami,
an affiliate of Banco Popular de Puerto Rico,
was attended by Michael Litvak, director
of the State of Israel Bonds for the Greater
Miami area, and Simon Shaftal, congrega-
tion secretary, (left) Jaime Wenguer, execu-
tive director, and Salomon Terner, treas-
urer of the congregation.
RUDOLPH MANN
Annual Installation
At B'nai Raphael
Friday Evening
Rep Sherman Winn will conduct
the annual installation ceremony
at Congregation B'nai Raphael
Friday evening.
New officers are Rudolf Mann,
president; Edward Goldberg, Jo-
cph Berman. Lester Cohen, Mau-
rice Sinai. Mrs. Ben Shapiro and
Mrs. Arnold Miller, vice presi-
dents; Mrs. Nat Wilensky, record-
ing secretary; Mrs. Irwin Glasser
corresponding secretarv; Stuart
Miller, treasurer, and Hy Budnick,
financial secretary.
Members serving on the board
Include Robert Blake. Sheila Co-
ben. Herb Colton, James Ding-
'elder. Norman Elbrand. Fav PYei-
^ark. Ben Friemark, Harvey
Goodman. Bill Heine, Harvey Leif-
man. Selwyn Leventhal, Arnold
Miller. Morris Nagler. Sandi Niren-
berg, Kathy Resnick, Hy Rubin,
Ivan Saul, Stewart Samuels, Jack
Wilco.
Following services, the congre-
Cation will greet the new board
st an Oneg Shabbat sponsored by
Sisterhood and Mr. and Mrs. Leon-
ani Pochenik, in honor of their
*on Andrew's Bar Mitzvah Satur-
day.
Andrew will also be presented
with the Ner Tamid Award, one
'' the highest honors given by
'he Boy Scouts of America to a
'font of the Jewish faith.
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EJliot Cohan T7 has >e~n n=.-ne:
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Friday. June 9. 1972
'JenistiFhrkfitr
Page 7-A
Four Miamians Serving On
Crime Prevention Committee
Four prominent Miamians arc
, g on ilie 'Jovernur's Crime
revtntion Committee, ;in Integral
ari of Governor Askow's Council
n (riminaJ Justice, with member
10in business, professional and
\\ areas.
Miamians serving on this
(tee are: State Sen. Ken-
iii M. Myers, from the 49i!i Dis-
nri representing the Florida
: Rev. Theodore 1'.. Gibson
indenting the Florida Council
i irehes; Charlie Han is. presi-
thi i-' oi Ida AFL-CIO; and
.i Schaeffer, p esident o!
j. Pohaoffer and Associates,
i .-i nting the Southeast Own-
the American Association of
i in. Agencies.
i
purp se of the committee I
the indfttfual renrcsenta-
work through their orga-;
it ii -. cm a statewide basis, In
ider to establish citizen commit-1
it will, in turn, work more
.' ivithlaw enforcementa^en-1
In in their cities.
histice system. This pro-ram will
assist the state in combating crimi- j
nal activity and is educating all'
i*lU!af& n'r'thV"pVt'ft-ntioif ol :
Mr. Scheafier
Mr. Harris
lime. It will combine commun-
ity an:' law enforcement agency
efforts in the most positive man-
ner by reducing the criminal's op-
portunity to strike.''
On the immediate agenda for
the Citizen-; Committee on Crime
Prevention are steps to implement
Phase One of the program: th.
Felony Reporting Campaign. This
"ill be aimed at urging all citi-
zens to report any crime or suspic-
ious incident to the proper local
law enforcement agency promptly
so that officers may respond
with a better chance of preventing
a crimp and apprehend v suspect.
Ki y steps in the program in -hide
'eachinfi the public what "signs
tt crime" to watch for, and plac-
ing stickers on all telephones it
the area with the "Help Stot)
Crime!" theme and the proper lo-
cal nnmbei to call.
It will be the responsibility of
the four Miamians. and other corn-
mil tee members, to work through
their organizations in enlisting
the help of other citizens.
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More than 150 law enforcement
agencies In the state have agreed
to participate in the program!
This Is the first statewide pro-I
he Governor's Council on Crimi- sram 0f its type to be conduced
eveloping jn the United States. Many cities
have instituted public education;
programs concerning law enforce-
ment, b'ii never has an entire
state riven its to'ai support for]
the purpose of reducing crime by
educating its citizenry as to howl
they can help in this task.
'Help Stop Crime!" program
lli h has two objectives:
To train the public to recog-
n/r and report felony crimes
I'hiir they are being committed so
hat
aw enforcement personnel
i ond in time to make an
the scene.
The program is federally funded
I and, through the use of the $750,-
To educate i iizens regnr'ine: OCO, 3-year-grant, police depart-]
irity measures th/>y should I
i previ nt residence burglary.,
burglary, robbery, shop-,
ut.i theft, crimes against i
child molestation, bogus
and vandalism.
ling to Attorney General;
iK'it Shevin, who is serving a~
i m of the t rime Prevention ;
ittee, "this statewide crime
p ntion can !>c a major lartoi
ments and sheriff's offices wi.l be
equipiied with the tools necessary
to communicate crime prevention
techniques to the public.
In the most liberal sense, this
is a community program, and not
merely a law enforcement agency
program. Its success will depend
largely on community participa-
nt roving Florida's criminal i tion and cooperation.
Pictured at a breakfast meeting in Miami's Everglades
Hotel are (from left to right) Assistant Miami Police Chief
Paul Denham. State Sen. Kenneth Myers, Miami City Com-
missioner Rev. Theodore Gibson and Karl Bishopric, board
chairman of Bishopric & Fielden, Inc., Miami advertising
agency. Purpose of the meeting was to outline to South
Florida civic and business leaders a crime prevention public
awareness program created by Bishopric & Fielden for the
Governor's Council on Criminal Justice. The 'Help Stop
Crime," program is aimed at reducing crime through enlist-
ing the aid cf responsible citizens.
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Friday, June 9. 1972
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Page 9-A
HISTADRUT FOUNDATION REPORTS
Goal Reached A Year
Ahead Of Schedule
Continued from Pag* 1-A
Labor Israel, lias 1.460 contrib-
utors to date. Nearly S4 million
has already been realued in cash
an i transferred to the Ilistadrut
Annuity Fund. Histadrut An-
nuity Trust and Life Income
Fund, which provides for the
donors during their lifetime, with
Continued From Page 4-A
V:
the capital eventually goin<; to
the Histadrut program in Israel.
More than $17.5 million is in
confirmed sums included in wills,
insurance policies and trust
funds that will ultimately yie'd
cash for the foundation's pur-
poses in Israel.
II YOI" EXAMINE the tale of
woe of this particular regional |
command, you can understand
a great many seeming anomolies
of the fighting since the great
offensive began. There is :he
prolonged failure to take An
Loo, although nearly three en-
emy divisions were used against
it
There is the failure, twice re-
peated, to press forward after
seemingly decisive break-
throughs in the two northern
pt \ Inces. There is the extreme
slowness with which the attack
on Kontum has developed, ind
also the total failure to exploit
the early breakthrough there
three weeks ago. All these mys-
teries, and several more besides,
are now far less mysterious.
IN OTHER WORDS, one must
not forget that in this particular
roulette game we do not yet
know the winning number. But
on.' must not forget, either, that
even without the mining of Hai-
phong and the attack on all
North Vietnam's roads and rail-
roads, the North at the front
are having a ghastly time of it.
By now, it is officially esti-
mated that Hanoi has already-
lost 40,000 of the 124.COO men
who were coldbloodedly bud-
geted for the present offensive.
Such figures are never fully de-
pendable.
Bl'T Ql'ITE dependable tes-
timony from, prisoners of war
has revealed that just two of
the enemy divisions attacking
An Loc, the 5th and the 9th.
have lost over 5.000 men. And
on the approaches to Kontum.
just one division, the :5'20th. has
lost 2.000 men, again according
to POWs.
If anything, in fact, the 40 000
figure is probably rather low.
Thus explains, in turn, the re-
markable character of the real
reporting from Hanoi. The real
reporting, of course, does not
come from passionately pro-
Hanoi newsDaoermen rieing fed
a daily diet of'Potemkin villages.
THE REAL reporting convs.
at least indirectly, from diplo-
mats and other persons of seri-
ous experience stationed in Ha-
noi for long periods. These men
tell of grim reports that the
North Vietnamese losses in 'he
few weeks of the present offen-
sive have already exceeded all
the enemy losses of the 'at
three years. They tell. too. of
ri=ing dissension within the
North Vietnamese government.
This last is the fascinatmg
point. The Hanoi government
was bitterlv divided about the
right conduct of the war aft"*
the U.S. intervention In 19. "
was again bitterlv divided he-
fore Tet. This of fen--'v dlvH
it. no doubt, just as bitterly a
third time.
ALE THREE times, what may
be called the "double-our-b-ns"
faction won the argo-ncnt. But
if and always "If
present offensive fails as let
failed in 1968. one can now
look for gi-eat governmental
changes in Hanoi.
And great governmental
changes, if they occur, will
bring great policy changes at
long last.
Or. Ellas Freidus Honored
Dr. Elias Freidus of Miami
Beach was honored hy the Uni-
versity of Maryland Medical
Alumni Association this week on
the 50th anniversary of his grad-
"ation from the school of medicine.
He was one of 23 members of the
class of 1922 feted by the univer-
sity at ceremonies in Baltimore.
Abraham Grunhut, (third from left) chairman
of the Fo'k Organizations Division of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation's 1972
CJA-IEF campaign, presents a plaque to
Mrs. Rose Berek president of the Miami
Beach Senior Friendship Club, in recoani-
tion cf the club's outstanding work on be-
half of the community and the State of Is-
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Brown and Sol Seiser, vice presidents of
the club; Isidor Berek, club organizer, and
Mrs. Elsa Dubin. another vice president, are j
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Friday. June 9, 1972
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Jlte KabLi ^>peaL jfrom C77ie fPtilpit

Remarkable Interchange
an
9/.
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rvtces
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Tempi, Sinai of Xorlh D:,|e
There Ls a remarkable inter-
bange between Moses and God
the portion known as "Sh'lacn
L'Cha that jeers
comment.
M uses, t h
great yet be-
featured leader,
who had been
illl r CO!-<';l!ll
attack by the
v e r y people
whom so iViu
gently and faith-
fully he a ighi
! ad, Inter-
ne les, as he had
done before, on
1 >ir behalf. He asks God to "for-
give them for their impatience and
their rebelliousness ivith the
words: I.. t the power of the Lord
rease according to how You
spoken saying: The Lord is
- !o anger forgiving iniq.
t- '>'. transgression and sin."
What makes the interchange so
Unusual, among ether things, is'
the expression that Moses used'
"Let now the power of the Lord
i- crease ." lYigal koah \do-
hei lorgiving when Ut.-has beat)
grievously wronged.
And. going a step further, '.t is
perhaps equally difficidt for a
human being to say I'm sorry.
Yet, what would iile be like i'
there were no forgiveness? Would
there be the possibility of any hu-
man relationship? Womd a child
ever bo able to relate to a patent,
or a husband to a wife if the one
could not say "I'm sorry" and the
other could not say "I forgive
you?"
It is only the possibility of for-
giveness that enables one to live in
a world oi impel lection. And if it
takes ac'ded strength on our part
then let God Himself become our
model, and let us imitate Him.
For surely if God in his majesty
can respond to the request of j
Moses, answering with the words:
"I have pardoned according to
My word," then we in our finitude, j
ought be able to respond to each I
other, an say "I forgive you."
Thi" insight seems clear. For-;
- .-eness is no easy matter. It re-
ires extraordinary strength.
II Cod Hi nseif must, so -o speak
<- his strength, perhaps we
can understand how difficult It is I
f r a mortal of flesh and blood to
Beth Tov Grads
In Sunday Rites
Awards will be presented during
closing exercises at Temole Beth
Tov Sunday starting at 11 a.m.
Graduating students are Julie
Rand. Susan Bussel, Davit? Hlnkes,
El'lott H'nkes, Frank Abrams,
Allan Goldberg and Llye Brambier.
Registration for the new term
in Hebrew and Sunday School is
now open at the temple. 6438 S\V
Srh St.

SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
She lac h Lee ho
... and the Lord spoke unto Moses, saying: fend thou
men that they may spy out the land of Canaan (Chapter-
MII-XV i
THE TWELVE SPIES: The Israelites had reached Ka in the wilderness of Paran. Twelve men, heads of their respective
tribes, were sent by Moses to explore the land of Canaan and re-
port back on the condition of its people, soil and fortifications
Joshua, of the tribe of Ephraim. and Caleb, of the tribe of Issa-
cliar were among those selected. The spies secretly crossed the
mountain path of the Neget in southern Canaan and penetrated
thr land to the extreme north. After an absence of 40 days, they
returned bringing with them clusters of grapes, pomegranates
and rigs as evidence of the land's fertility. They maintained, how-
ev. r, that it would be impossible to conquer Canaan, as it was
inhabited by strong and powerful men, and the cities were
-non,My fortlfiwf.
Caleb, followed by Joshua, dissociated himself from this de-
ppon ent report and counseled an Immediate attack. The people
rktod with the majority and. panic-stricken, broke our into open
rebellion and proposed the election of a leader to lead them back
to Egypt They refused to listen to the renewed pleas of Caleb
and Joshua and threatened to stone them to death.
Gods anger was aroused because of their lack of faith and
Hi expressed His intention of destroying the people and of form-
Ing a new nation from Moses" own descendants. Once again Moses
interceded successfully, but was told that the people should turn
back into the wilderness in the direction of the Red Sea and not
attempt another attack on the inhabitants of Canaan. Although
total ccstruction was thus averted, it was decreed that the people
should wander mto the wilderness for 40 years a year for each
day the spies had searched the landuntil all over :he age of
- w ith the exception of Caleb and Joshua, died; the next genera-
tion would enter the Promised land to witness the fulfillment of
God' promise.
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By KARISI SAMFEL .1. FOX
Why is the Torah scroll rolled
over two spindle-, instead ol the
entire scroll heing rolled on one
s|iiii:ll#.'.'
A number of reasons are ad-
vanced for this practice. Some
claim that it is done so that the
scroll can be handled, .oiled and
picked up without touching the
parchment. Since the parchment
contains the holy scriptures', the
rabbis were quite concerned that
the parchment be treated with the
Utmost of dignity and i.once rt.
Another reason given for rolling
the scroll over two spindles is so
that the place from which the por-
tion is read on any specific occa-
sion should be easily available]
when the scroll is open. Otherwise,
the congregation would have t"
be kept waiting until the scroll Ls .
rolled out to the specific place
from which the reading Ls to take
place.
It is interesting to note in this
regard that the rabbis try to em-
n'ov every means to make sure
that no time was wasted to un-
set the decorum in keeping the
congregation waiting. Those con-
gregations that use silver breast
Hates to adorn the scroll, usually
have metal plates which can be;
Inserted Into the breast plato, so
that whoever reaches into the Holv j
Ark to take out the scroll would
immediately know to which por-
tion the scroll has been rolled out
What is "Ladino?"
Ladino is to Spanish what Yid-
dish is to German. It is sort of a (
... .'sh-Hebrew dialect. Gener- ]
ally, it is a mixture of Castillianl
Rna Arabic and Turkish words.
The Jews brought this language
from Soain to other places in Eur-
ope when they were exiled from
SDain. They also brought it to
Morocco whe-e a good deal of
Ladino literature was circulated
for some time.
MIAMI
, A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION tv* SW 7th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Aion Ben Aron. 1
ANSHE EMES. 2*533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz 2 i
8ETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken-
dall Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard 3
BETH DAVID. 2628 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipson 4
Saturday a.m. Recognition of hiph
school graduate* In special ceremony.
BETH EL. 500 SW 17tn Ave Ortho-
dox. Rabbi H. Rothman 5 '
CONGREGATION TZ CHllu
44 Washington IhVaSf'Sjg
'rohom
32
NORTH BAY VILLAGF ia
CENTER. 1720 79th ftr.et cW'8M
- tive. Rabbi Philip Fried ConM,r-
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (Tern*,., .
-rden.'rJ^V.,^
NE Miami Garden, he ffij 10a
ES\i5SXi Miil0n sch,in,c"";r-
tor Nathaniel Sthub.
BETH TORAH. NEiMth St ,, .3
'tiye. R.bti ,, I"
Ave. Conserv
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Ranbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Leon Segal.
3ETH TOV 'Temple). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Cantor Seymour
HinKes 8
Friday vi.-. p.m. i:u.-t ippeaker Mor-
ris Harris will discuss Ins recent trip
to Israel, followed by Ones Bhabbat
sponsored by temple members
'SRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER
Miami. 137 NE 19th Street. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 10
ISRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Paul J. ;
Bender. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11 '
Friday 6:80 p.m. SjiiupI.iv 8:45 :i m
Sermon: "Are We To Be Remember-
ed?"
OR OLOM (Tempie) 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Glixman. 13 ;
TIFERETrt ISRAEL. 650P N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein. 14
chitx. Cantor Jaw* Ren, L'!;
rVNAI RAPHAEL 1401 NW 183rd ,
Conservat.ve. Rabbi Chan,, b?.. ,
Cantor Jack Lerner vnir'" *M
Friday 8:18 ,, m. Annual Insi "
new officers and board m,
lowed by One* Bhabbat -.-,.
morni-iiK. I!nr Mltsvah; \
Of .Mr. .ind Mr*. 1......,iln| I .
R..phetP. Kingsle, Can,.- Eg
Friday evening, sermon tnpii t- ,
dlse Lost" Saturday l" :.. .
Mltsvah: William, son of Dr mi '.'
Valentine Bloch.
SKY LA! 19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabb, Jonah E
Ccplar j.
Friday '::'." p.m. Saturday !i .....
men: .Miclt and Ki^hi"
2ION (Temple) 8000 Miller Rd. Con- '
aervative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
16 :
Friday v.".'> i> m. Rabbi's sermon: ,
"Memories". Bat Mltsvah: Susan,
LuiKiii.-i ..f Mr. and Mrs. David 1;.....1- I
hart. Saturday 8 am B'nal Mltsvah: 1
Marry, son ,.f Mr and Mrs David
(Inodhart: Mitchell son ..r Mr a nil
Mrs. Mel Braser. Sermon: a s
Mission"
R1AIEAH
TIFERETH JACOB ,'Temple). 951 E. '
4th Ave. Conaerva. ve. Rabbi Na-
than Zolondek 15
Friday 8:tS p.m. Sermon topic: "Henl-
Insj 1 >ur Inferiority Complex." Salui
day 8:30 a.m.
north Miami
BETH MOSHF CONGREGATION
13630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel, Cantor Ben
Zion Kirschenbaum. %$
Friday S:ir, p.m. Final formal Sab-
bath service. Sermon topi,-. -The
Closing of (>ll Doors and tin- up,-niiiK
of Now Ones"


rC*ncoinicitl eU
eviston
V.
rocjrantm
Jane 11
fiiin 11
Jane ll
Ch. 10 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
Host: Rabbi Alexander Gross
Ch. 7, lo a.m. The Still Small Voice
Topic: "Preparing for tne summer'
Host: RsjbM Mihon Schlinsky. Temple A.lath
y'shuruii
Ch. 4. 8:30 a.m. The First Kstate
(Repeated on Ch. 2 at 6:30 p.m. 1
Host: Rev. Luther C, Pierce


...
j The Bible was translated into
1 ndinn in the middle of the 16th
century. There is an extensive ef-
tort now to re-publish some >( thi
1 -Hino literature In English trans-
lation.
(c>, 1872, Jewish Telesraphlc Agency)
Goldberg Reelected
President Of Men's
Club Federation
Attorney Max M. Goldbei- o-'
Washington. D.C.. was reelocted
president of the 375 club National
Federation of Jewish Men's Clubs
at the conclusion of its 43rd an-
nual five-day convention at the
Caiillon Hotel. It will be his sec-
ond term as heat? of this body ol
Conservative Judaism.
Five men were named as vice
presidents. Newly elected were: I.
Murray Jacobs, Birmingham
Mich.; and Abraham A. Silver.
Frie, Pa. Re-elected were: Sidney'!
J. Goldstein, Chicago; Paul Gold-'
berg. West Hartford, Conn., and
Dr. Morion R. Lang. Montreal
Can.
Joseph Gurmankin. Philadelphia.
Pa., was named treasurer and Mil-
ton Mandel, Fast WUliston, W
was chosen as secretary. Rabbi
Joel S. Geffen, of the Jewish The-
ological Seminary, N.Y.. continues
as spiritual advisor, a post he ha-
held for more than 25 years.
Eighty persons from 19 Ameri-
can stales. Canada and Mexico
were elected to the national board
of directors, The directors Include
four from South Flork'a: Ja-'- M
Bash, Miami Beach: Ralnh Fistel.
Miami: Mvrim Levin*, Hollyood
"" Beach.
MIAMI BEACH
AOUDATH ISRAEL, 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. ^j
-------a>
8 oTH-,S2*EI- TT *01n Orthodos.
Rabbi Berel Wr. .. u
-----
9E. JACC"i- 81 Washington Ave
Or hodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swlr. i
sky. Cantor Maor.ce Mamchea. 19
BEiT RAPHAEL (Temple). 1545 i
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
-----
BETH SHOLOht ( Temole). 4144 '
Cnaa. Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon |
Kronnh. Cantor Oavid Convis*r. 21
Friday R:1S p.m. Sermon topic |>....v
ill' '<"ru''"',e' s,i|l ^l:'r: To <>ur
Time. Saturday 10:45 a m liar Mlts-
vah: Mitchell Ira. ton of Mr. ...... Mrs
Kenneth Henhey: Bat Mltsvnh: Dor-
Bie I UKl"'''' "f Mr '""' Mi. Hal
fJM TFI^.AH 931 Eucl'O .... or.
thodox. Rabbi Joteph E. R.ckov-
,Ky- ____ 22
BtTonYmS',EmH p-ha,m congrega-
TION, 843 Meridian Avenue. 22-A
%B4f N iS^S!^ CONQRBOAT.ON.
R.hhi Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig. 23
C a"aAa5fRL^!?^ hebrew con.
?. u T,9*Sf 7'5 Washington Ave-
uiS: -if.-Joch-Rabbi Meir m-
nan nielamed 23-A
El^NAUv'.ELr BennAHir,e.Or,h0d0,<' Habbi ^h.m
jWa&uI cowMa*rhv^,Tv;
StVrn rth,dX' Ra'bbl T,bho'rnfl,Hn
Stern. Cantor^ Mey.r Engel" '
N?atuIAM,dJ.i'4?'- St. .ne-
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GReATEP
MIAMI. 990 NE 171 ,t St. Orthoa"
Rabbi Naftall Poruah I
COKAl GABIES
JUDEA (Temole) 5500 Granada Bivd
Reform. Rabb! Mnrrj, Kipper *g
Prlday I p.m. Baturday ll:1S i m p...,
Mltsvah: B*h Mrs. Jerry Pnii.ik.
ZAMORA (Temple) 44 Zamora Ava.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berg.
er. 4,
SURFSIDE
MOGAN DAVID CONGREUATI0N
293 Hardlnq Ave.. Surfaide. Town
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaai. D. Vins.
H
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 547 E. Oak.
land Park Blvd. Rabbi Akiva Bril-
liant. Cantor Maurice Neu. a]
FT. IAUDERDAIE
EMANL'-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Para
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur J. Ah.
rama. Cantor Jerome Klement. l
P0MDAN0 REACH
SHOLOM (Terr.ple). 132 SE 11th Ava,
Conaervative. Rabbi Morria A. Skop.
Cantor Ernest Schreiber. |
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER. 1101
NW 9th 8t.
HAUANDAIE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
Rabbi Max J. Weitz. Cantor Rev.
Jacob Damiger. 126 N.E. 1at Avs.
44
Nourwsoo
BE.1t< EL Reform Rabbi Samuel .sffe. 4|
Friday H:l", p.m. Installiilioii ol I nipl-
offleera and tmateea. in-, .fain v.v
aneuk on "The Rpaoonslliillfi.-- nt
leadership." Saturday 11 ,. Ra,
Mltsvah: Wendy Jo. daujrhter of Mr
and .Mrs. s. ymnir Shafran.
BETH SHALOM (Yempre). 1728 Mon.
roe St. Conaervative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky Cantor Irving Goia 41
SINAI (Temple). 1201 Johnson St
conservative. Rabbi DaviJ Shapiro.
Cantor Yehvda Hellbraun. 47
MiRAMAR
Cantor Abraham Koster. 4)
ISRAEL (Temple) 6920 SW 35th St
Conaervative Rabbi Avram Drsiin
Prominent Leaders
On Speakers Panel
At the Voters IneiitTxT'i'itl
meeting Tuesday even,rh at the
Washlneton Federal. 1234 Wash-
tieton Ave., guest speakers will be
Congressman Claud.> I'. i:> Mi-
ami Beach Councilman Herbert
Maenes Florida State Senators
Dick Fincher and I>>e Wetsen*
Iwrn, Florida State Repres- nta-
tlves Harol' Fen,' herstone am!
Hick R.niek, and ri\ :r leaders
Rarrv Kuton, Paul Steinberc and
Hy Galbut of the U.S. Naval R-
^erve. Harrv Levy, president of
the organization, will moderate
the program.
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This page is prefertA in
cooperation with the GrcMei
Miami Rabbinical Association.
Coerdmator o/ the featuret
appearing here is
RABBI MAXWELL BERGER
Spiritual Leader of
Temple Zamere
Coral Gables


Fridoy. June 9. 1972
+Jewish fUridliftn
Pagell-A.
J\S
Max Lerner
Sees It
,|0<-* **
NFAV YORK N.Y. The locale and decor wore czarist, in
Si. Catherine's Hall of the Great Kremlin Palace. The scrlpl
; ihe agreements between the two superpowers was high!)
dern on space, pollution, trade and technology, and" on
missiles. Rctvvcen the lines of the script you don't need glasses
to read power- how to balance it, how to set limits to its exer-
cise, how to keep it from exhausting the economics of both em-
pircs and wrecking the world.
The two men who faced each other at the long table have
;i cooc' deal riding on the success of the agreements. This is one
horse that had better not lose. Brezhnev and Nixon have both
staked the rest of their career* and their place in history on
lh( bet that a global power balance will not betray the national
! :...... As is turned out, Brezhnev was as avid for the summit as
| ixon was. He carried off the problem of the humiliation" of
R issia by the simple device of not recognizing it, and Nixon's
i; oration became a nonevent in Russia.
Nothing gives a man as much self confidence as sitting on
i i:> ol a huge pyramid of power, especially when he control--
tlu press, too, and when no one can write anything critical about
i ,-cision without landing in a labor camp or being sent off to
a looney bin.
fr f> ^
OK COURSE THERE is AN OPPOSITION, even in the
smoke-filled backrooms of the internal councils. Brezhnev has
his Pyotr Shelest, Nixon has his John Ashbrook. Bui Shelest,
the Ukrainian party 1k>ss who stamped his jackboot on Alexan-
der Dubcck's "socialism with a human face" in Prague, ha* an
going feud with Brezhnev. He counts less than the generals,
and there Is no sign that they are in revolt,
Ashbrook counts for very little, for it is hard to make a
M.ft-on-commur.ism charge stick against a President who de-
clded to bring peace to Vietnam by mining the enemy harbors
and bombing the bridges and industrial plants. But behind Ash-
I.mok's leak of the missile agreement there must be a segment
ol the American military which does feel that Nixon is stripping
American nuclear power naked to the Russian enemy.
The fellow on the street at the gas station, in the bus,
liong the airport workers- tells me I am crazy to think tin
Moscow agreements mean anything. He didn't trust the Chinese
much, but. lie trusts the Russians far less. Besides, he gives me
his version of "Ixwk Homeward, Angel," and says jobs and
pi ices are bigger headaches right now than are missiles. I have
n-ad some columnists who egg him on to enragement over all
t! is peacemaking blather.
They are wrong. Sure, inflation an', abortion, pot and Crime
I '-d busing have all become wend- to Stir the gorge, and wo
have to settle these unquiet spirits. But the world has lived too
king under the shadow of nuclear fear.
The hideous thing would be to make further missile build-
ups a permanent part of the landscape, to get used to them the
way we do to press headlines. Freezing the offensive missiles.
limiting the defensive ones this isn't disarmament, hut it is at
least a step away from nothingness, not toward it.
ft t> Vr
BREZHNEV IS USING THE NIXON TRIP to get more
popular, and spread the scarce consumer goods, and show him-
seH in command, just as Nixon is using Brezhnev to add to hi*"-
China prev-tigo and get re-elected. This is a new form of log-
tolling between the imperial Mr. Bigs.
No one can doubt that they are imperial, in the sense that
each rides a power mass or perhaps bettor, each is ridden by
it. The picture in my mind is of two imperial jugglers, each try-
ing to balance his world on his nose as they cross a shaky,
rickety bridge over a chasm. If they go tumbling down, we
tumble with them.
Yet it isn't a wholly true picture. Brezhnev wants it to be
true. He was shaken by Nixon's Peking trip, and the new pres-
tige China got from it. He wants Ihe world to look like a bi-
polar world again, as it did in the Stalin-Truman and Khrush-
chc v-Kennedy days.
But those days are over, as the cold war era is over. China
has made it a trinolar world, even if it is not yet a superpower
Each of the three can swing the balance in a struggle between
the other two. Each of them can be the balancing third on a
global seesaw. When Japan and Europe are brought into tllO
picture the three become five; the balance gets more complex
The wildest part of the Nixon story Is that he got his early
training in world affairs under Dulles and Elsenhower. Dulles
would stir in his grave if a medium could reach him With the
news of the Peking and Moscow conferences, for he was a cold
warrior who thought that Iks's peacemaking impulses were
naive. Nixon would like to feel he learned from both, to combine
peacemaking with power. It will be a hard appeal for McGovem
to match.
Alex Gordon Runs For Circuit Court
European Jewish Graves
Face Impending Destruction
A conference of rabbis in Mon-
treal, Can., has warned of the im-
pending destruction of Jewish :em-
eieiies in Eastern Europe. The or-
ganization beaded by Rabbi Moses
Joseph Rubin of New York found-
ed Ucder Avot, a society to pro-
tect Jewish graves in Europe, in
1951.
At the Canadian session, Rabbi
Rubin sai. that Poland already
has confiscated many Jewish cem-
eteries and that others are endan-
gered. The infomous Babi Yai
mass grave near Kiev, where
thousands of Jews and Ukramans
i'iv massacred by the Nazis, ma>
soon be converted into en amuse-
ment park, he asserted.
ZOA Conclave In Israel
To Hear Mrs. Meir, Shazar
Israel President Zalman Shazar
and Premier Golda Meir will ad-
dress tlie 75th annual convention
of the Zionist Organization o;
America in Israel this summer.
Mrs. Meir will speak at the
opening session July 13 in Jeru-
salem and Mr. Shazar will ad-
dress the convention banquet Iul>
IS in Tel Aviv. This is the orga-
nization's third conclave to be
held in Israel.
U. F. Names Hill Chairman
Dr. Samuel S. Hill Jr.. a special-
ist in history and socioligv of
American an' southern religious
thought, has been appointed chair-
man of the University of Florida's
Department of Religion.
Dr. Hill has been professor of
religion at the University of North
Carolina, where he served as
chairman of the department from
1961-70.
Alex S. Gordon, former chairman
"f the Metropolitan Dado County
Commission, has announced his
candidacy for the Circuit Court.
He will seek the seat now held bv
Judge Marshall Wiseheart.
A Miami Beach attorney, Mr.
Gordon served for 14 years on
'he County Commission, and has
been active in civic affairs since
leaving the Miami office of the
FBI in 1945.
He is a former municipal judge
of Miami Shores, a memher of
the Temple Kmanu-F.l board of
directors and a graduate of Bos-
ton University. Mr. Gordon is also
a past president of the Miami
Beach Bar Association.
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Pcoe 12 A
* Mrst FkrHfrr
Friday. Jur.e 3
3 IS^ 1
Jewish ^ ocational Service
Gave Michael A New Life
'Revengers' Opening
Tr- -
liam H-iMrn and BnMBl JorpaTng
It aaoong featurei openta"* Fi to
y, um Miami.
Miracle arc MBM St G ..-^i
*:I1 b? on rap at the M .^
Norrr.andy. Bad "Play I? '^,-7^
Sa-r." at tha Cariyle
Apparer.* Motive" is
OMf Bf the Pa", i
V 47 |M
cHAffT. a sm*:i borne kathe
Oil
s ow?' a ar .-*?* h*
! M-nrrj about aid or.
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- r <
- udy ap-
Bat 0m Jiwleli Veenr
% -< '. -.--.- -.
the On k FerJera-
-
A M>-ha
'-.-.:; .-j /.'- '.-. leva r..-
-. ':...-7 >-,-. F.
the la-at. *-aa *'
* pressure to provide ;
fa.-..;.
-
then .---
meet and Michael i bo --:
-..- a *eeh-
necal tra "T Ei he *.-
a dead end.
He bean wore and -">-= d"-
Be ha-f _" W
at jt> ". fanetlan wfdi -
-.. .- m pal --'-.-
dren %-: began
----- trlf*
'.'.'.-' her woi
*--. "
otacted the FV3 J18 '''
The a?-.- -- '-',.: h he-
Situ rhood
TB9H ADMIXnTKM.M
An aai -
. ar-i '-.-- -rr- >*d -. --
abilil ntere***. i.-.''-":- ~
a;jt:*ud*^ potentialHI a* ~
tatkm Tha --- *' ad"''"h
tared ore o* '-<- '
hiona; JVS itaff nraan *h j a-
expTien-.<-' ir. tew* v>- r*-
nuR^ttaHan >nd krtenre*nttaaL
The re< ;lt= ve-e "--^ a* *
'ii'r"*i
*i up for Michael dit"h rH to a
reeo*ntnenda*iofi 'hat he -
A ir. fe JVS ---': -
workshop In Ihf* <-.<'. per.
.- letting, b'l ab-'i'ie* ?-
... ,.,. xowani Ma wort'
load tolerance wene not*^
The JVS rt i*i -.-'--- "'.">-
erattvely with 'he Florida Dfr i-'o-
of Vocatiora] R**iabnitat*on ,v"
i; S Veteran Adm nictratlon. the
:^i Industrie r n aT>/4
the Economic Ooportunitv Pro-
t.-am Inc I lomrl t^at af'rh'
wa' a eood canrt for work in the leehwrt-* fic'''
. and he wa retrain'H y~- '""
Division of Vocati'.nai Rehabilita-
tion, a state agency.
He was given a ikill 'bssed o-
interest-s he had had iin he
-Aai a I fit agirl and ti-n to d"
\elop food work habita. Th" JVS
Job Placement Program, which i-
pactflcally geared to B~d em-
ployment for th-=e not Hkelv to
find work thronKh r-i-**t cv>-i-
nels, lonii fo'ind Michael a per-
manent position.
He still doesn't mow t*>e !a---"
bul his ^arria'"- i- beathi^T. hi'
children again have a father *-'
Michael is once-a^ain '*"> b'ra'*-
wInner for hi= fami'v Hi *-as -e
a*sumed hLs place in the Gr late*
Miam; community.
XO PIMAJfCIAL BfRDFN
Of special importance ii the tac"
that hi? JVS te^tine. e^tm,hK
job-retrainiit; ard p'ace-nent lil"
place a financial htrd~n on M-
chael's family. JVS feec ar o^ f
sliding seal" based on family in-
come and the number >' d^r^id-
ents. No r>erson is '"enied er.--
ice if he is unable t-> pa v. a-"*
fee* are never charg-d for tor.
placement and on'y -arely for
(h'ltered workshop ser.ices.
The JVS i= funded bv Feder*.
tion (with nroc^eds from th" n'A
IKF camoaigns' and t^e I'-i t-i
Fund of Da^'" Cou^tv. "The con-
tinuation of JVS services and ex-
panded innovative programming
depends to a large dad1"* on th.-1
success of the CJA-JF.F cam-
paigns said J. Wi"iam R-os Jr
president of the JVS boar? of di-
rectors and one of the hrc- <*h*-
men of tv Jnit'al Gifts Division
of the 1972 CJA-IEF.
The JVS (which was founded ir
--; f

t O1!
$225 tfft zr, >
froan Faa
the Z>:~K. the VA i
I federal asenties
rrr.u. la th- JVS
The original vr-.vr offered by
the JVS 'job p^-cemer.t ar-e-
: comMehng and akettered Mark*
- expanded u av
dode edneattaand-veeat'onal eoaav
s*li-.g rvf ta.-'*r r,^-.-..-r
a-vi lehoo: ber r. a-
the JVS BMdataha bott aa exten-
sive iii-rir- .' -.-' ----- '.--
alo?ue. Ly>ar. ; '
atiaa k aval able at the S\'S
office.
f,nilA\(T PBOOR4M
In a-d.-:-.r a Groaf r-1
or-g-".-- i^r--
i.\ bortzo -"- peopl'
thr-yirfi grot ar. 1
i The groo*
. .->rograrrs are IBRHI ; '
ratiofi ." lynagc r.-;
- '- -' a---- he'"
rent and >res^
aii'inpilty ptea-
Lat vear <- expanded om
lervice E ig r
- of the JVS
and thy year we're eoneentrnt-
programi (or oor wn-
w ',-.-- -
::-. ve project m So -h 3*ach
j ,'.'. offer tpeeaiUzed r^-r-ea-
'ional I Tvfcei 'in cooperatior. with
the YM-YWHA. another Fe-!era-
..' .'-.- n.iar-/ agency I 3-id voca-
d -Hi comuellug to -'-n;or citi-
BeM Mr. Green=rjan ai.
The!* ar'- also p!an= for a Satel-
lite V.'orK.shop on Sooth Beach tc
provide emj>kiyrr>ent to these peo-
TV JVS operate* a RehabiUta-
-..- Workshop fwiifcli leivci
236 c.jer-^ ^ y-%- -.- 'rf-.- .%.
locBdaa, wtihJi is -" tor
-or.i s- an ..----. vo-
cationa: rehabiltartve a
iv: ir -
The J'-'S pjns a.-. ibcon-
ra I i lev to pi
clients wffh a reaftstic ?
*o err^>:o;..e-t An extended a
kn*x-reage workshop emptoyi
hose tor. i:: or v
brcause of age or other factor]
find work in industry.
The:- people find H neeenar)
em
person? sa-i E>a
Breetor of Rehabflitat Set ee
md the worksbopi W ktothew
people rr^ea- they are tE
then feeBng : I -' '-' '
ietf-est them additiona
- let : .". the
orkahopa recei -;- ~--~ I *
prodactkm) and is of considerable
psychologica. vahw." he a~.
Rr*~:ARCH AfTlVITIF.-
The workshop kas also been to-
: to various research ad
, F.--dera
for the t rehabUl
,f older disabled pen
Applicants to the amsi
be at least 16 yea
JVS also offers '-*y^-s>t.a\ and
vocational co-j-r-e'.ir^ to j'jnio-.'
hi?h school students.
Clients come to the JVS on i
self-referral ba=i5 or are re:
by a sister agency ot other prt-
va'e or public health welfare or
rehabilitative agerxy.
After an interview is set up for
a new client the agency works m
close cooperation with rr.any pros-
pective employers in the commun-
ity to find the proper job.
"No applicant for job placemen*
is ever sent out to a job interview
until after they have been inter-
viewed by a member of our staff
Mr Greensnan stressed.
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Sussman, Jonathan Gra;.*son. Nes-
tor Gorfinkel Michael Sucher. Jeff
Wefaaer, David Baker and Moisea
Sztylerman.
A*, the ShaMioth FcativaJ eiv-
ioes he id recently at Temple Me-
norah tha Confirmation Class pre-
-ented an original ca*"ta*a ertitleC
From Rusaia With Love" written ,
by Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. and
they conducted the entire lervieei
Thf- daaa Included Ardrea Bre-
iter. KL=ie Guralnik. Brenda Stern
Gisela Terner. Rosie Kloeman.
Haniet Straus. Susan Eenhaim.
Gisea Kandel. Rita Maya, Paula
Kasdin, Tammi El'is MiAdjr Sal-
vase. Debrah Aberman. 'Jllen
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Talisman, Michelle Warren Carol
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Victor Anna Gorfinkel. Debra Zis-
klnd, Gilda Drachman. Florence
Franklin. Gloria Kohn. Si.*r.->n Ba
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Isaac Behar, David Jo*'e, David
Dr. Alan Lipton Talks
On 'Future Shock'
The Gravtaate Club, a fo<-ia: ar:
civic orzanization for single guys
'who mut have a bache'or's de-
eree i and eals in their 20's and
30"s. is hoMine; its n^-xt rath-Tine
Sunday at the Dupont Plaza Hotel
The evenirg will start with a
7 p.m. membership registration.
a*"d will feature a talk by Dr.
Alan Upton on A Psychiatrist
Looks at Future Shock and You
Discussion lea"?r will be Bill
Smith, program director of WKAT
radio.
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This Week In History
jO Years Aro This Week: 1962 I
The State Dept. noted "increas-1
d (Soviet I sensitivity to charges
f anti-Semitism" and an attempt
J,, ,-ounter recent foreign publici-
,i deliberate anti-Semitic ac-
ions by the Soviet regime."
Announcer Herbert Manning
ustiffed cA^i1ssal,^aTid'crl3fticleV
lefaniation." When a caller had
aid the Nazis killed millions of
ew-s. he had replied: "Were you
there? Madam, you"re lying."
The Adele R. Levy Fund, named
for the late Julius Rosenwald's
daughter, gave $1.5 million in
modern art to 15 museums.
The (Philadelphia) Jewish Ex-
ponent was 75.
Bulgarian Chief Rabbi Asher
|Hananel, sentenced to 3*4 years
or "illegal trading," was released
fter half a year for health rea-
ons.
Dr. Nahum Goldmann warned
that Algeria would soon become
the ranking Arab state.
West Germany reportedly loan-
ed Israel $25 million and promised
to double it by year's end.
'Generations are growing up in
Israel and in American Jewry
which are becoming alien and
foreign to each other, sharing no
memories, cherishing no common
dreams," complained Education
Minister Abba Eban.
Rowland Evans, Jr., reported
that the Soviet government was
"pushing the Soviet Jew deeper
into the pit of second-class citi-
zenship," adding: For most Rus-
sians, life is getting somewhat bet-
ter; for the Jew, it is becoming in-
tolerable "
The Zionist Organization of
America honored president Max
Bressler at 60.
' OTie'fe'ra'efi-was'Winxf'arid tn'ree
were wounded when Jordanian
troops suddenly fired near the
Mandelbaum Gate in Jerusalem.
The Housing Foreign Affairs
Committee was "disturbed" by
Arab discrimination against Ameri-
can Jews and US tolerance of it.
"BREMEN West Germans
are forbidding their children to
watch television or films which de-
pict the facts of German history
under the Nazi regime, according
to the Bremen Radio and TV
Authority."
JWV Auxiliary Plans
USY Camp Weekend
The Harry H. Cohen" Surfsido
Bay Harbor Auxiliary, Jewish War
Veterans plans a testimonial
brunch honoring president Rose
Lisansky at 11:30 a.m. Sunday in
the Balmoral Hotel. Lillian Kevoe
and Ruth Spiegel are in charge of
tickets.
The Auxiliary will hold the last
regular meeting of the current
club season in the Surfside Com-
munity Center Wednesday at 8
p.m.
Beth Raphael Men's Club Holding Last Meet Wednesday
Smile.
\bute on long distance
A long distance call is the warmest way to keep in
touch. And rememberyou'll save up to 50% of
the low evening rate if you dial direct without an
operator's assistance. Share a smile. Tonight
The last meeting of Temple Reth
Raphael Men's Club for the sea-
son will take place Wednesday a*
8 p.m. in the temple's social hall,
according to an announcement
made by William J. Schusel, presi-
dent
Chairmen of the various com-
mittees will give their final re-
ports. Plans will also be ma'lo for |
summer recreational activities
with Bernard Fox and Mrs. Hyman
J. Bergor acting as cochairmen.
Guest speaker of the evening:
will be Mrs. Rachel Abramowitz. |
who recently participated in a'
study mission in Russia. She wil1 i
relate her experiences and whit is I
being done for the Jews there ti
'migrate to Israel.
All members of the Men's Club.
Sisterhood and the temple and
their friends are corcially invited
to attend. A collation wili be
served under the chairmanship of
Hyman J. Berger and his commit-
tee.
Caribbean cruise sensation
to be continued.
Florida's grand and glorious Nieuw Amsterdam
now cruises into summer and bevond
Raie pr person, based on double occupancy and
subject to availability. .
Holland America cruises
Pier 40. N. River. N. Y.. N. Y. 10014
Tel: (212) 620-5101
Gentlemen' Please rush rne Iree: D Complete details
on Nieuw Amsterdam We:,i Indies Cruises. Also,
Stotei dam ? 'Summer North Cape Cruises D Fall
Mediterranean Cruises.-
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She's elaborate, engaging, and is she
ever popular. So popular we've ex-
tended our Florida Nieuw Amsterdam
10 day cruises through June. July and
all the rest of the year. There's little
wonder people have taken to the Nieuw
Amsterdam. She's a majestic ship,
37,000tons. and every bit as palatial
as cruiseships were meant to be. She
has balconies, terraces, the grandest
of grand ballrooms. She has the grand-
est service too. and no tips are required.
She is quite the majesty of Florida
cruiseships and now. lona will she reign.
10-DAY CRUISES TO 5 CARIBBEAN
AND SOUTH AMERICAN PORTS
From Port Everglades to Aruba.
La Guaira (for Caracas).
Isla de Maraarita Martiniciue. St. Thomas.
May 7 5, May 26, June 5, June 16: From
$265 to $785. June 26, July 7, July 17,
July 28, Aug. 7, Aug. 18: From $285 to
$895. Oct. 6, Oct. 16, Oct. 27, Nov. 6,
Nov. 17, Nov. 27, Dec. 8: From $280 to $840.
We're Dutch and we want everything to be perfect.
Holland
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UJhen you flip
the switch in 1976
will the lights come on ?
UJeVe spending almost
$1 million a day to
help make sure.
You're using more and more
electricity. And so are your
neighbors. Our job is to try
to make sure that the electricity
you need is always on tap, ready
to serve you at the flip of a switch.
It takes a lot of planning. That's
why we have to look ahead five years
and more. And it takes a lot of money.
That's why we're investing over $300
million a year in facilities. Everything
from new generators that make the
power to new transmission equipment
that keeps the power coming to you
dependably. All aimed at making
sure you can always flip that
switch with confidence.
We can't afford not to.


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Friday, fun 9, 1972
Jmlst> tier Minn
Page 15-A
lECAL NOTKE
LEGAL NOTKE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
P. THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUtT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-9815
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IK THIS MARRIAGE OF
TliafrV HYDE, JR.vPeiitionar,....
|11,Mril.vf.ftl^^,.I-,nf "
' joAN K. hvdk, Respondent
\ Howe Place
Itronxvllle, New York
-s, .i AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED
i.,i .hi action for Dissolution of Mar- i
Hip has been filed against you ami j
ill are required to serve a copy of
tin written defenses, if any, to it!
i TALIAN'oFF A BADBR, attorney!
,, Petitioner, "hose address is 420
in..,In Road. Miami Beach, Florida
and fil*i the original with the
,'i;. "of the above styled court on or
June 23, 1972: otherwise a de-
Emit "ill be entered against you for
relief demanded in the complaint
etlfiull.
This notice shall he published once
-i,-ii w-ek for four consecutive weeks
I, THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand anil the seal of
.ti.l court at Miami. Florida on this
iih day of May. 1972.
K. IJ LEATHERMAN.
As Cl< ik. Clroull Court
Dade County, Florida
By C. P. c< iPELAND
As Deputy Clerk
lirii uii Court Seal)
f\l IANOFF & BAUER, F.SQS.
.. Lincoln Road
lllxml Reach, Florida 33139
for Petitioner
5/19-26 ii 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. 72-10045
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
\ ItE The Marriage of
U.IIERT HERALD ML'I.LINS,
l'. lit loner,
:n .1
V Kl.YN MARIE MIM.L1NS.
lii -pi .11.1,-III.
rl EVELYN MARIE MCI.I.INS
"106 Vanderbllt Place
Nashville, Tennessee
Mir ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
hai .hi action for Dissolution of Mar-
lage has been filed against you and
ii are required to serve s copy of
..it written defenses, if any, to it
n MORTON B. ZEMKL. attorney
or Petitioner, whose address is P.O.
lox 297, 1ST.". XE. I6trd Street. North
111. ml Beach, Florida 3.1162. and file
hi original with the clerk of the
ibuve styled court on or before .Tune
\ 1972: otherwise a default will be
'Ml.-red against you for the relief de-
rnanded In the complaint or petition
This notice shall In- published once
lull week for four consecutive weeks
ii THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
aid court at Miami, Florida on this
: ill x "f May. 1972.
E. II. LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By C. P. COPELAXD
As Deputy Clerk
u Court Seal)
MORTON I!. ZBMEL, ESQ.
"" x E. lfijpi Street
Xmih Miami lieach. Florida :::!1S2
Attorney for Petitioner
1l'-26 8/2-9
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-1438
JOHN R. BLANTON
III ItE Estate of
Kl SA II FERTIQ
I.....used.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Bald
^ u are hereby notified and requlr-
i i n present any claims and demands
>..u may have against the ,-s-
Bl SA R. FERTia d.....weed
Dade County. Florida, to the
1 u > .Indues of Dade County, and
flli Hi.- same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.16, Florida Statu-
lll their offices In the County
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida.
- \ calendar months from the
'inn nf the first publication hereof,
"i ilie same will be barred.
Dated at Miami Florida. Iliis 22nd
*'<> of May, A D, 1972.
SIDNEY PERTH1 JR.
As Executor
publication of ibis notice on
Sth day of May. 1972.
HAROLD I COHEN
Jttnrney for Executor
Ti ', phone: 444-47X1
2761 i'oral Way, -Miami. Florida
r, jii 8 2-9-18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
GENERAL ORGANIC DEVELOP-
MENT at 2825 t'ak Avenue, Coconut
Grove. Kla. iiiiinn (0 register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court ot Dade County. Florida.
GERALD EXCEL
MARILYN ADAMS
5/18-26 i/jN9
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of AXTI-BCRGI .Alt ALARM SYS-
TEMS & SUPPLY CO. nt I9.-.59 X W.
2tul Ave.. Miami, Fla. intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
MICHAEL GONZALEZ
;. 19;26 i".. 2-n
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2423
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
ABRAHAM BRAGER
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of ABRAHAM BRAGER d<.....asod
lnte of Dade County, Florida, to the
County Judges Of Dade County, and
file Hie same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733 16 Florida Stat-
utes. In their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida.
within six calendar months from the
time of ihe first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this lilh
day of May, ad 1972.
SKI,MA BRAGER, Executrix
First publication of this unlive on
the 19th da) Of May. 1972.
Marvin I. Wiener, ESsq,
Attorney for Executrix
1212 Alnsley Building
Miami. Florida
:. 19-26 8/2-9
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CASE NO. 72-9706
NOTICE OF SUIT
In Re: The Marriage of
OlJUA b. pbrez,
Wife
and
J< 8B PBREZ,
Husband.
Ti,:,.Jo.SE PEREZ
Residence I'nkimwn
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
Hist an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has i.e.-n filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it
on EMANUEL I.KYKXSOX. Attorney
for Petitioner, whose address is: Sulti
61119 West Flagler Street, Mi
Florida nnd file the original with Hi.
Clerii ol the above styled court on or
before June 21, 1972; otherwise
Judgment may be entered against you
for the relict demanded In the com-
plaint or petition.
WITNESS my hand and the S.al
oi s:,j,i Court on the II day ol M.iv
l!i72.
E. Ii. LEATHERMAN
As Clerk of said Court
By: R. M. KISSES
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
6/19-26 6/2-9
LEGAL NOTKE
LEGAL KOIKE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in bu-iness under the fictitious name
of MIDAX LIMITED at 5438 Alton
Road. Miami Beach, Florida intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Conn of Dade County,
Florida.
Mldan. Inc.
By: Michael Harvey
Geu.rai Partner
Michael David Harvey
Limited Partner
D\ Id Bruce Harvey
Limited Partner
Ann Harvey
Limited Partner
CYPEN & KEVINS
Attorneys for Mldan Limited
in, I B2S Arthur Godfrey Road
Miami lieach, Fla. 33140
5 19-28 i. 2-'i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thlit
the undersigned, desiring lo angas -
in business under ihe fictitious nanv
ot BOX KINO-MIAMI at P.O. Bo
2663 Ocean Vleu Branch, Miami Beacl
Florida 33140 intends to register sac.
name with the clerk of the Circuit
Court it Da'b- County, Florida.
.MARILYN ToKAYER '
GROVER W EINSTEIN & STAIDLII.
PA.
Attorneys for Marilyn Tokayer
158 Lincoln Road
.Miami Beach, Florida
5 19-26 2-9
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the- fictitious name
of LOS PII.I.IKI.i IS CHILDREN'S
WEAR at 2!..... W, 12th Avenue. Hln-
leah, Fla. intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
JOSE I.OPEZ
TERESA LOPEZ
5/19-26 t.:-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIYKX that
the undersigned, desiring '" engage in
business under the fictitious name of
i Press at 3655 Juslison Road. Coco.
nut Grove, Fla. intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Coui t of Dade County, Florida.
HILL HICOI.O
./OKI. D. ROGUISH
Attorney for applicant
2825 oak Avenue
t 'oconut Irove, Fla.
r, 2 ; 2-!>-16
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
NO. 72-2036
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I In RE: Estate of
' DAVID DLL-MAN
I I.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
Hi.- estate of david I'LL.man de- i
'Hi-id late ol Dade County, Florida, I
to the County Judges of Dade County, :
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.18, Florida
statutes, in their offices in tin. Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
id.i. within six calendar months from
the time ot the first publication hue.
of. or tho same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida tins :i day
i m' May, ad 1972.
Sandra I'llman
As Admlnlstrat rlx
First publication of this notice ",.
the 19th day of May, 1972.
Marx M. Filer
Attorney for Executrix
905 Ainsley Building
Miami. Florida 33132
5,'9-26 H 8-9
IN
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-2433
In RE: Estate of
NOAH SOFFER
II, cased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing iMaims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims ami demands I
which vou may have against the es-
tate of NOAH SOFFBR deceased late
of Dade County, Florida, to the Coun-
ty Judges of Dade County, and file j
the same In duplicate and as provid-
ed In Section 733.Hi. Florida Statutes,
In their offices in the County Court i
house in Dade County, Florida, within
six calendar months from the lime of
tile first publication hereof, or the
same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 1".
day of .May. A D. 1972.
ZEV \V. Kl iGAX
I ii IRA H Si IFFER
As Executors
First publication of iliis notice
ihe I'oh tltij of May. 1972
I'AIDIN. ROTHENBERG, KOOAN
A KORNBLUM
bj : Zii W. Kogan
Attorney for /.. \ W. Kognn and
I lorn i: Softer
420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Fla.
5 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
IX RB: THE MARRIAGE OF
KITH EL X. DIBOUEZ, Wife,
and
JOSE RAUL DIEGUBZ, Husband.
JOSE RAUL DIEOUBZ
0 o Mrs. Angelina Miller
601 West 137lh Street. Apt 37
Xew York. Xew York
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Petition for Dissolution of your
Marriage has been filed and commenc-
ed in this court and you arc required
to serve a copy of your written answ-
er mid defenses, if any. on AIN8LEE
R. FERDIK. attorney for Petitioner,
whoso address is 117.il S.W. 1st St.,
Sulte-30S, Miami. Fia and file the
original With the clerk of the above
styled court on or before June 2::.
THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2332 Blanton
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
.Mi il.l.lE APAT.
Deceased,
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You arc hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have against tin- es-
tate of MOLLIE APAT deceased late
of Dade County, Florida, to ihe I uni-
ty Judg. s of Dade County, and file
tin- snme in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.16 Florida Stat-
utes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida.
within six calendar months from tb,
time of the first pulilieatlnu hereof, "i
Hi. -.ime win be barred,
Dated at .Miami. Florida, this 25 day
I May, A.n 1972
Benjamin J. Apat
Burton J. An.it
As Co-Executors
First publication of this notice on
the 2nd dav of June. 197*
FAUNCE, FINK & FORMAN
Attorney for the Estate and
the Executor
1592 Congress r.ldg.
Miami, Fla. 33132
'2-fl-K.-23
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
IX ItE: The .Marriage of
ALBERT P. I.EISZ. JR.,
Husband,
and
CATHERINE M. LEISZ.
Wife.
TO: CATHERINE M. I.EISZ
c'o Jan Hojek
4ii Second Street
Rlverhead, New York
YOU ARE HEREBY XnTIIII'l)
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has 1.....n filed against you and
you are required to serve n copy of
vour written defense*:. If any, to it
JOEL D ROl'.HISII. attorney for
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN IhJit
tip' undersigned, desiring to angas -
in business under the fictitious p-m
of Aquarius Garments at 2s West -
street. Hialeah, Intend to registet
said name with the Clerk of the Cli -
cult Court ot Dads County. Florid.
i iodofredu PupoPartner
21" w 2:1 si Hialeah, Fla. 3312
Hectoi Pupo --Partner
829 North East 1;;, Terrace
North .Miami Beach, Fla.
" IM-26 6/2-9
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR"
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No 72-2392
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
JOE LEVIN,
Dc. .is, d.
To All creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Sul .
Estate.
You are hereby notified and re-
| quired to pr.....nl any claims and di
mauds which you may have Bgalm
the estate of JOE LEVIN decease
late of Dade County, Florida to tb-
lounly Judg,..- of Dade County, and
file the same in duplicate and as pr< -
vided in So.....11 733.16. Florida Btat-
I ui. -. in their off.....s in the Count
Courthouse in Dade County. Florid
within six calendar months from the,
lime ot no firm publication hereof, .
tin' same will be barred.
haied ai Miami, Florida, this :9th
lay 01 May, A I n72.
TERISSE lll'SLOFF SCHWARTZ
A- Executrix
First publication of this notice ,.-
the Huh day of May, 1972,
My.rs. Kaplan. Porter, Levlnsoti
.v Kenln
Attorney: for E\. CUtriX
I l.'ii 8.W. 1st Street, .Miami, Fin.
5 1H-26 ii 2-9
; .^otftrwise0", d'i.fauo"wi, T & Petitioner, whose address is 2S2:, Oak
rm-Ha^Vtmon" *' n,M "" fStX ^l^- Vt'^X^Z
.....S'Sr :":-"'unv::"u::::;;s b^.'^r ^;^;l^!. :;",,::'
hfTHB* JEWISH Kn0RIDIAN 5""' will &e entered against you or
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANJ FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 71-1475 /
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
FANNIE 8KLAR,
1 leeea-ed
To All Creditors and All Persons Ha\ -
ing Claims or Demands Against Sul
Estate:
You are hereby notified and require I
to preset!I any claims and demand-
which you may have against the es-
tate of FANNIE SKLAR decease
late of Cook County, Illinois, to the
County Judges of Dade ("ouiijy. an.
lib- the same In duplicate and 11s pro-
Vlded in Sec.....1 783.16, Florida Stat-
utes, in their offices in ihe County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florid...
within si\ calendar months from tb
time of the first publication her....., 1
ihe same will he barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, Ibis 151b.
da) ot Ma). A D. 1972.
George .1 Tallanoff,
as Administrator C.T.A.
First publication of this notice 1
the 19th da} of .\1.-1 v. IS72.
TAL1ANOFF BADBR
Attorney tor Adm C.T.A.
12n Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
r. !!!-::; ii. 2-'.'
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said
12th
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 71-1002
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE OF INTENTION
TO MAKE APPLICATION
FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
IN' RE: Estate of
HARRY JACOBS
11. i'..ased.
MiTICE la hereby given that she
liis filed Final Report nnd Petition
t'T Distribution nnd Final Discharge
as Executrix of the estate of HARRY
JACOBS, deceased: and that on the
-'' day of June. 1978, will apply to the
Honorable County Judges of Dade
tounty, Florida, for approval of said
Pinal Report and for distribution and
final discharge as Executrix of the
slate of the above-named decedent.
This 23 dav of Mav. 1972.
CLARA" JACOBS
JRtSHMAN & FEIN
BY: ARNOLD FEIN. Attorney
121 Lincoln Rond
Miami Reach. Fla. 33139
6/2-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER
, FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, d.'siring to engage
in I'li-ini's.. under the fictitious name
of M. B. SALES CO. at 280 N.W. 62nd
Avenue. Miami. Fla. Intends to regis-
Jfr said name with the Clerk of the
! irrult Court of Dade County.
Ida
Flor-
MARIO BOLIVAR
fl/19-26 6/2-9
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JU DICIA L Cl RCU IT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADF COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION No. 72-10300
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marring, of:
BENJAMIN KARCHMBR, husband.
and
JEANNE KARCHMER, wife.
Ti : JEANNE KARCHMER
ii;x7 Commonwealth Avenue
Brighton, Massachusetts
YOU ARE HEREBY .NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage lias been filed against you ami
you arc required to serve a copy of
"vour written defenses, if any. to It on
ROSEN & RIVKIND, attorneys for
Petitioner, whose address is 4211 Lin-
coln Road. Miami Beach. Fla. P,ni2!i,
and file the original with the clerk
of the above styled court on or before
June 21'.. 1!>72: otherwise n default will
he entered against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or petition,
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami. Florida on
this i:lh day of May, 1972.
E. Ii LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dnde County. Florida
By L. SNEEDKX
As Denuty Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
ROSEX & RIVKIND
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla. 33139
Attorneys for Petitioner.^ ^^
court ai Miami. Florida on this
d.,v of .May. 1972.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
As I'lei k, circuit Court
Dad- 1 oirntv. Florida
Bj C P. COPEIAND
As Deputy Glerh
(Circuit Court Seali
AINSI.EE R. FERDIE
1156 S.W. 1st St., Suit--:>"..
Miami. Fla. S3I30
Atl
nl
for Petitioner
(303) 374-5115
.-, 19-28 6. 2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of Human-power at 2828 Oak Avenue.
Coconut Grove, Fla, intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
GERALD EXGEI,
MARILYN ADAMS
.1/26 I 2-9-16
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO 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
IX RB: The Marriage of
JOHNNY IH'DGl.NS. Husband,
and
ADA W. IUDGIXS. Wife.
TO! ADA W. IUDGIXS
Last known Residence
lr.ir, S.B. isih
Oklahoma City. Oklahoma
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are reculred to serve a copy of
"vour written defenses. If any. to it on
JERRY A BI'RXS. attorney for Peti-
tioner, whose address Is 9R City
National Bank Building, 25 West Flag-
ler Street. Miami. Florida 33130. and
file the original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or before
June 10. 1972; otherwise a default I
will be entered against you for the i
relief demanded in the complaint or
petition.
This notice shall be published once !
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. 1
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami, Florida on this- |
16 dav of May. li'72.
E. B LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
l!v P. t'OPl-t AXD
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
JERRY A. BURNS
908 Cltv National Bank Building
Miami. Florida 33190
Attorney for Petitioner
B/19-28 ti 2-9
the relief demanded In ihe complaint
or petition.
This notice shall be published ones
each week- for four consecutive wei kt
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
-aid eourt at Miami. Florida on this
11 day nf May. 1972
E H I EATHERMAN,
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By c P. corF.LAND
As Denuty Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
JOEL D. ROBRISH
2825 Oak Avenue
Coconut (i'ove, Florida
Attorne] i"i Petitioner
:, 19-20 8 "2-0
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ihe undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ot
V'el-Mur Fabric at xi'ti XE HI Ave
.Miami, hi tend to register said name
with tin Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade 1 ount) Florida.
Theodora Rlso
XE 78 St., Miami. Fla.
Si 1 \ 1.1 < ionsnles
8941 Xi: in Ave., Miami. Fla.
8 2-9-16-2:
IN
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 MARRI \'ii: 1 IF
MICHAEL BUCKMAN, Husband
and
HETTY BCCKMAN
TO: BETTY BUCKMAN
(Address Inknou nl
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an aci ion for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
yOU are required to serve a copy of
vour written defenses, if any. to it on
DAVID E stoxe. attorney for Peti-
tioner, whose address is 1"1 X \Y. 12th
Avenue, Miami, Florida, and file the
original with the clerk of the above (
stvied court on or before June 21.
107"; otherwise a default will be eii-
ti-rcd against you for the relief de-
manded in the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published one-
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FIXiRlDlAX.
\YITXICSS my hand and tho seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on tills
11 day of May, 1972.
B B. LEATHERMAX.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By It. M. KISSEE
As Deputy Clerk
Circuit Court Seal)
David O. Stone
STONE & HOSTCH1X
101 N.W. 12th Avenue
.Miami. Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
i IH-26 6/2-9
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1637
1 Rlintoni
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: 1 .stale of '
SAMUEL VVITKIN
Deceasi tl
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Y011 are hereby notified and required
10 present any claims and demands
Mbl.-h x on nrn have against the e-.
tate of BAMUEL witkix deceased
Ini oi Dade County, Florida, to the
County judges of Dade County, ami
file ilo same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 7":i.iii. Florida Stat-
utes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade Comity, Florida
within six calendar mnyiths from the
lime of the first publication hereof,
or Ihe sam. will be barred.
Dated at .Miami. Florida, this 24
day of May. A D 1972.
CECELIA WITKIN
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 2nd dav of June. A.D. 1872.
HOWARD It. HIRSi 11
Attorney for Executrix
801.41st Street
Miami Beach, Fla. 33140
>\ 2-9-18-28
NOTICE UNDEM
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious nam-i
or run li- m (HIEBNBERO, M.D. at
61S DuPont I'lnsa Center. Miami. Fla
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dad. ('"unii Florida.
PHILIP M ORBENBERG, M.D., P A,
Spnrber. Zemel. Ro.skin,
and Hcilbronner
PA. '
Attorneys for apnlicnnt
too \\ Rtscayne Boulevard
Miami. Fla.
6/19-28 6/2-t


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Puerto Ricans Undeterred By Tragedy
L AVIV (JTAi Undeterred by the deaths of 16 of their
co m.'men in the Lydda Airport massacre last week 105 more
p ertc l'.iean tounsts arrived in Israel Monday morning' aboard an
Prance jot on a pilgrimage to Christian holy places. The mMD
v panized by the same travel agent that had arranged the'tour
met with tragedy on arrival in Israel. Members of the group
thai landed this week said they learned of the massacre while en-
n ti 10 Israel, but none of them cancelled their visit.
]W U NDON (JTAi The nine Jewish activists who were released
I, .Mention after President Nixon's departure from Moscow
rltten to Communist Party chief Leonid I. Brezhnev to label
tlv treatment "KGB provocation," according to Jewish sources
said Ihev were "ptoced outside the law" in violation of con-
a nul guarantees.
Free Kosher Lunches For School Children
:EW YORK ( JTA) For the first time in the history of free
* ... iunches. strictly Kosher lunches will be provided this summer
in ap] roximately 10,000 New York City school children aged 3 to 21
According to David C. Farber, executive director of the Hassidic
Corporation for Urban Concerns, lunches will be available to any
Jewish organization requesting more than 100. A caterer will pre-
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program is being funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
BVn-Gurion To Receive Herzl Award
NKW YORK-David Ben-Ourion, Israel's first Prime Minister
will be honored at the 75th National Jubilee Convention of the Zi-
onisl I 'rganization of America in Israel this summer. More than
Hi- delegates will attend the eight-day convention opening July 12,
where Mr. Bcn-Guiion. Israel's Premier from 1949-1953 and from
19V.-1W-3, will be the 12th recipient of the Herzl Award, a gold
medallion conferred by the ZOA on "persons of great distinction
who have helped shape Zionist and Jewish history."
Sen. Scott To Receive Technion's Award
WASHINGTON -Sen. Hugh Scott, Republican leader of the
IS Senate, was to receive the Albert Kinstein Award of the Amer-
ican Society for Technion (Israel Institute of Technology! at a din-
ner here Thursday, according to Laurence A. Tisch. national presi-
dent i I the Society. Sen. Scott, who is now serving his third term as
senator from Pennsylvania, is being cited for his "steadfast and far-
i' friendship for the state of Israel since its inception, and his
Bted leadership in the highest councils of the Amercan govern-
ment in support of Israel's cause."
First Woman Rahhi Receives Appointment
NEW YORK (WNSi Sally Priesand, the first woman to be
ined a rabbi, has been appointed assistant rabbi of the Stephen
Wise Kite Synagogue, a congregation of 750 families. Rabbi Prie-
sand 25, will begin her duties Aug. 1.
Brooklyn "Y" Relocates In Queens
KEW YORK (JTA) A "stepped-up exodus" of Jewish families
Iron the East New York section of Brooklyn to Queens has led to a
i. io relocate the YM-YWHA of that Brooklyn section in the
Howard Beach section of Queens, the president has announced. The
relocated "Y" is housed in temporary quarters, according to Herman
M. M< '/. who said the new location will make |x>ssible increased
recri iponal and communal services for Jewish families of central
Queens, Until a new main building is developed, the existing branch
Facilities of the "Y" in Queens, together with the temporary head-
quarters, will be the basis of a decentralized system of service, he
added. A fund-raisinr drive is planned to finance a new. fully-
equipped facility in the area which will include a complex of apart-
ments for the aged and a campus of Jewish communal and social
agencies.
Sen. Kenneth M. Myers congratulates Rabbi Sol Landau of
Beth David Congregation, president of the Dade County
Mental Health Association, on the 25th anniversary of the
organization, at its annual dinner held May 22.
yrewiislh FloridliTain
Miami, Florida Friday, June 9, 1972
section B
Among the 480 employees honored at the
recent Mount Sinai Medical Center recogni-
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Friday. June 9, \gft
RUMOR
the
Rumor* ho* do Ihey itart?
An or a -tory is to.rt
re rfjeate\l BIT
I. I oiialix i--..;.I.- r.-iu.Miil-r ^i.irp detail- and i>r.-t thir-
Um< mrr not h vivid th.- mot important tactor or infor-
ition may be left out of the repot t.
t. What |M-n|>lr BSStfs* and rriirnihrr dfM-nds en tlN-ir own
kasasaaaa a,d )-\|M-rir. political views. Bge
li.. ifsp rii SMI-. iic. all affi-et lion events are seen and how
nation is abso.-be and re-told.
5. I r. .,iw.itlv pruplr *+* wliat they expert to **. wkfthrl
it reallv thr-rr w nt the exijectation that MMfttOS
i.-od or had will happen often d-termines how a person sets ar.
.\eni- and retills what happened.
I. I'l'onJr fill in sa|w to mak a >.t*rv more kelievaMr .. .
-:i :v.i> naparl -irru?rhtn~ sev-n or heard th.- way it "ought"
i' he, or the was it "usually" i*. rather than th- way it act-tally
b ppeMd.
.*>. I'l-npir huild up a staff in lapsflhkf, it ofton a person
jl| make an event move exciting and important than it mav
been in order to make it worth retelling.
& Pewpli i.-t'-n ifcertew at**) m r-teiung it leaving
.. i details mala itorj easier to ivmember hut this often i--
i.r. the tacts and changes the effect (he storj has .m the
li r nor.
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II com m !.- you a rumor, ask these questions .
,-. How much ol this Xtory do you know to be true
how much arc you tjkinc on someboy else's taj
li. Who lokl you this story? How reliable :- lie in
..- and where did he get it in the first place?
c. How far :'iom the original source has this i come
How much harm and injustice may wv be doing
believe this ttory, and i| wo ln-lp to pa-s it around?
. 1; the storj sei tns '<> require some action how- can
check it lor facts, and son out the truth from the
changes and distortions that have crept in, before we
ad '
I:- ;.i inta 'I from U afl" pabllrtH .1 ..- .. public wrvli 1>J
i Ida (: glottal I iffl<
Aiiti-Drfaraation I^mw f B nal li'rtili
;..: BerboW Dalldlns
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and
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Dr. Narot Named
Discussion Leader
For CCAR Meeting
Dr. Jo.ep!i R. Narot ol Temple
Israel of Greater Miami will. !* a
discussion leader when nv moans
of the Central Conference of Amer.
ican Rabbis -bate the repott of
the Mixed Marriage Committ o at;
their 83rd annual convention next
week.
j Members of the Reform Rab-
binate will convene at Gro8sing**rs,
i N.Y. to evaluate the first cornpre-
, hen.-ive research Study ever eon-
dueted by the CCAR.
Rabbi David Polish of Evans-
1 ton. 111., president of 'he grout). I
said "for the first tim we will
have an intimate picfire of the;
. American rabbi, his provisionali
: concerns and views on the future i
of the synagogue. Jewish life and
religion in general."
The two-year research project
was conducted by Dr. Th..... ,- I
I.enn. sociologist, of West Hart-i
ford. Conn. He questioned fi2ol
Reform rabbis, some wives and,
,,vi congregational leaders i". II i
synagogues ..- we '. as minariansl
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He was among 122 gradual -
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'Y* Men's Club Meets
At it- X p.m. Monday niCv-tin-;
the Greater .Miami VM-YV'HA
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Floyd Blanton of Southern Beil
who will present an inside picture
of what it takes to make a politi-
cal convention work. Marvin Liefo-
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GIi nn I. Kaden of Winter Park
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this year, according to tli Nal:ona'
Jewish W -Ifarc Boal I
The JW!*, says there ae also
eiaht Jewish eraduate of the U.S.1
Military Academy, six from the
\i- Force Academy and four from
the Merchant Marine Academy, a
total of ."V) from the four sonic.
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Henr> Ellison, Phil Margolesky
Seymour Seff, Ml hael Rubin. Do;i
Kaplan and Marc Mazlin, BBYO
athletic ins). uctor.
Greenberg Announcement
Harry Arthur Greenberg ha. an-
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Page 3-B
Nixon 'Aware' Of Petitions
On Soviet JewsKissinger
Mandel Gets Top Sossin System Post
Jimmy Wisch, president of the
American Jewish Press Associa-
: on, accompanied President Nixon
on his trip to Russia. Iran, Poland
and Austria. According :o some of
his dispatches:
l>r. Henry Kissinger said in a
background briefing that the Presi-
dent was aware of the more than
one million petitions seeking bet-
tor treatment of .Soviet Jewish
citizen* and "would look for an
opportunity to present this."
The Soviets placed copies of n
Russian magazine carrying posi-
tive aspects of Jewish life in the
T.S.S.R. aboard a Pan American
plane, but missed a TWA aircraft
carrying even more American
writers.
The rabbi of Kiev has been dead
for more than a year and a half
and has not been replaced1. There
iverc 45 persons present for dail\
United Fund
Votes Help
For JFCS
The United Fund of Dad.-
'(.iinty has approved a 912,500 al- >
location for a new program of the!
lewish Family and Children's
ice of Greater Miami.
The funds will particularly fi-
tanee three centers :'or youn |
iplc where group therapy and
,m informal "place to rap" free
mm adult intervention will be
irovidi '.
I'nited Fund trustees also ap-
mved a 1972 campaign goal of
I'wKOOO and voted to admit
Itedlands Christian Migrant As-'
it ion as a member agency.
services at the Ukranian capital',
synagogue. Some 250 persons wor-
ship on Saturday, according to the
congregation's president.
Moscow's Jewish population was
estimated at 250000 by Russian
officials, or only one-fourth of the
figure sometimes given by Jewish
sources.
The Soviet officials in Moscow
said there were only nominal de-
lays in processing applications for
visas to Israel and in actual move-
ment to Israel. They said that
Israel was delaving the return to
the Soviet of Russian Jews who
wished to leave.
Jewish ctfzens throughout the
country- anpear to be most reluc-
tant to discuss Israel or snecific
aspects of treatment of Soviet
Jews. They hoi>cd the visit of
President Nixon would imnrovo
relations of the L'.S.S.R, with Is-
rael and with the United States
in Iran, the President again
discussed (he Middle East situa-
tion. No summary was issued of
the results.
Kindergarten Tots
Vl Hfflfel School
To Graduate
The Hillel Community Day
School was to hold graduation
v irises for its second i:indergar-
ti i class Thursday at 9:30 a.m. In
h school's assembly hall.
Mrs Dorothy Gruen. nursery
school instructor, was to direct
the children in songs, dances and
,km try. assisted by Celeste Kaplan.
kindergarten English instructor,
Mrs. Shula Leshetz. Hebrew
teacher, and Mrs. Ruth Wichter.
pre-school instructor.
Wearing rap and gown outfit-
signed by Mrs. Gruen and par-
ticipating in a traditional profes-
sional, the following students were
to graduate: Mark Dennis, Elline
Lipkin, Allan Sandford. Martin
Schcck, Taraara Isaakson, Robert
l.ipson, Kenneth Baxter. Jennifer
Hewitt, Lawrence Cohen. C'lierie
Fisher, Mark Levitats, Amy Solo-
mon, Mark EColtunovsky, Seth
Zisser, Wendy Zci.'man. Nicholc
Scheinholtz and Kelli Halpenn.
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and
Perry Mandel, veteran hotel
owner and ojierator, has been
fleeted executive vice president
and a director of Sossin System.
Inc., a Miami Bead -i.-isei', pub-
licly-held firm in the retirement
hotel and nursing home field.
Mr. Maude), 44. will serve as
chief operations and administra-
tive officer of the organization
according to Dr. Michael Sossin.
president.
A former member of the City
of Miami Beach Zoning Board. Mr.
Mandel moved here from New
York eight years ago. He owned
and operated several apartment
buildings in New York City, and
shifted his emphasis in real estate
operations to hotels in South
Florida.
Mr. Mandel, a member of Beth;
Israel Congregation .n Miami
Beach, served in the Air Nat;onal|
Guard and the U.S. Air Force
during the Korean War. His Wifl
Margit, is an active member of
Women's ORT and a former mem- i
ber of the Fine Arts Committee o1'
the City of Miami Beach.
The Soc=in Svc-tCm owns and on- '
j crates the Blackstone Retirement furbishing program for the Blank-
Hotel in Miami Bench, the Sha- -tone a landmark in Miami
I lorn Nursing Home in Miami Beach Beach for many years which has
I and the Towne House Convales- become the most successful rcttoe-
cent Home in Miami. ; ment hotel in the city will get un-
Mr. Mandel said an intensive re der way prior to the winter season,
Sisterhood Plans Fall Function
nf temple members to be selected
at a pre-modcling contest for four
tn 12-year-olds.
Serving on the committee will
j be Mrs. Lee Root, Mrs. Robert
I Gnvrln, Mrs. Harry Becker, Mrs
l Murray Birchansky, Mrs. Kenneth
I llankin. Mrs. Theodore A/riel. Mrs.
Frank Legow and Mr.-.. Ben flein
j Mrs. Norman Weiner is president
.if the Sisterhood.
Mrs. Michael Clein and Mrs
\ Martin Darlow, vice presidents in
charge of the Temple Beth Am
: Sisterhood ways and means com
mlttee, hosted a breakfast an-
planning meeting at Mrs. CJein'F
i home recently.
The new cluh year for the group
will o|icn Sept. 27 with a luncheon
and fashion show. Mrs. Sam Rosen
1 was put in charge of the fashion
! show, which will feature children
Hunter College Alums To Hold Meeting
Marilyn Berliner, president o'.
I
the South Florida Hunter College
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p.m. at the home of Harriet Adler.
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Friday, June 9, Wl
Beth Moshe Holding Final
Service In Old Sanctuary
The final formal Sabbath serv-
ice at Temple Beth Moshe will be
held Friday at 8:15 p.m., accord-
ing to an announcement made by
Dr. Joseph A. Gorfinkel, spiritual
leader of tlie- eongrogatiori, and'
Charles Weisman, president.
A Torah processional in the
old temple sanctuary wUI symbol-
ize the closing of Temple Beth
Moshe. 13630 W. Dixie Hwy. Past
and present officers and affiliated ,
arms of the congregation will par-
ticipate in the processional.
In a sermon titled "The Closing
of Old Doors and The Opening of j
New Ones" Rabbi Gorfinkel will!
stress the service the congrega-'
tion has rendered to North Miami)
residents in religion, youth and j
education sen-ices and general
community affairs since it was
established in 1949.
The "new doors to be opened" I
JONATHANSCHRAUB
Jonathan Schraub
Named N. Y. C.
Urban Fellow
Jonathan Schraub, a student at
Colgate University, has been se-
lected as a New York City Urban
Fellow for the academic year
1972-73, according to an announce-
ment by Mayor John V. Lindsay
this week.
The new Fellow is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar O. Schraul.
of Miami Shores and Mamaroneck.
NY. Mr. Schraub Sr. serves as a
vice president of Temple Menorah
here.
The Urban Fellowship pro-
gram." said Mayor Lindsay, "has
become a national model for in-
volving talented young people in
urban government. More than 25'J
students from 130 colleges and
universities applied for the fellow-
ship program; 40 finalists were in-
terviewed by a selection commit-
tee and 20 were finally chosen.
They will receive a stipend from
the city, plus supplementary funds
from their universities."
The Urban Fellows, ranging
from college seniors to doctoral
candidates, will join the adminis-
tration in mid-September. They
will assume job positions for the
nine month internship in a variety
of offices and agencies throughout
the city.
Each week, the interns will en-
gage in intense academic activity
including projects, workshops and
Informal discussions with local
and national city officials, com-
munity representatives, political
leaders and university representa-
tives.
Convention Plans For
JWV Auxiliaries
Irene Cooperman, convention
chairman of the Department of
Florida. Jewish War Veterans La-
dies Auxiliary, met with the presi-
dents of the Auxiliaries this week
to formulate final plans for the
president's luncheon being held
Saturday noon, June 25, during the
June 24-26 Jewish War Veterans
convention at the Americana
Hotel.
June 24 are those of the school
building at 2225 NE 121st St.
Sans Souci Estates, the first phasi
of a two-phase building pro^rarr
to be completed. The DOW facilit>
has nine etessroomfl'and' a -chape!
for religious services.
"In making the building of a
school top priority, the leaders o'
our temple have manifested a deer
concern for Jewish education an<
the young people of our commun-
ity," said Rabbi Gorfinkel. "be
cause from an enlightened, self-
interest point of view it should
have been their priority to build
the sanctuary first so that "heii
personal needs would be answered.
"I am proud of our leadership
became they have indeed acted in j
the traditional classical manner i
of our heritage which dictates to
us that the teaching of Torah
must take top priority in our lives
Talmud Torah Kneged Kulam,'"
Rabbi Gorfinkel declared.
The formal dedication of the
building is scheduled to take place
some time in August.
Temple Beth Moshe, North Miami's modern
Conservative congregation, will held its
final formal services in these facilities at
13630 W. Dixie Hwy. this weekend. The
doors of its new building in Sans Souci Es-
tates are scheduled to open Saturday
June 24. :'
Ner Tamid Holds Its 14th Annual Confirmation
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz con-1 Carlebach.
ducted the 14th annual confirma-
tion service at Temple Ner Tamid
Sunday. Students of the class pre-1
sented a cantata entitled "Souls
on Fire," with narration by Eman-
ue] Feder and music by Shlomo!
Among the confirmands were
Jill Miller. Debby Yafle, Donna
Goldman, Debbie Gorin, Roseanne
Freeman, Eileen Lurie, Lori Ber-
man. Stephanie Sadlofsky.. Alan
Levy, Larry Mandel. Robert Killer
Steven Tagrin, Sergio Bakas, Jacl
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Himelstein, Debbie Goodman and
Abbe Kleinberg.
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Jewish Floridian
the lAJoman s \AJorld
Fiiday, June 9, 1972
Page 5-B
Mrs.-Burger Reelected By-
Academy's Parents Assn.
The South Dade Hebrew Acad-
emy Parents Association has re-
elected Mrs. Alvin Burger for a
MM. ALVIH BURGER
second term as president.
Other officers for the 1972-73
school year include vice presidents!
Mrs. Melvyn Grcenstoin Mrs. Wolf;
Lichter and Mrs. Herbert MeLsel-!
man; Mrs. Michael Salamon, treas-
urer; Mrs. Benz Mussary, record-
iny secivtary; Mrs. Bernard Hera-
kowilz. corresponding secretary. I
ar.d Mrs. Sidney Indgit., librarian, i
Through its fund-raising proj-
ects, the Parents Association of
the South Dade Hebrew Academy
supports many functions within
the school, including assemblies
and parties for the holidays, I"his
past year they were able to do-
nate $1,000 to the school's general
fund.
The main project, however, is
the lunchroom, where each mo'her
donate* one day a week towards j
helping to prepare and serve the j
school's hot meat lunches.
Applications for the 1972-7.'i i
school year are now being accept- j
ed. Interested parents should call |
the school office. Classes are held
at 8500 SW 8th St.
Opti-Mrs. Plans
Proxy Parade
A Pr< -id. ntial Parade" will he
the theme of the Opti-Mrs. annua1
luncheon Tuesday at the Votson
Restaurant, Seacoasl East. Pas!
presidents of the organization will
be honored and will then install
officers for 1972-7,'J.
Set to a script by Mrs. Eugene
Titaap and Mrs. Murray Sonnett.
the installation ce-cmony will fea-
ture Mrs. Milton Olkin, president;
Mrs. William Carmel and Mrs.
Sam Hiisch, vice presidents; Mis.
Sv Howard and Mrs. Eugene
Troop, recording secretaries; Mrs.
Lloyd Cooper, corresponding sec-
retary; M"-s. Cele Quittner Mason
and Mrs. Stanley Peal, social sec-
retaries, and Mrs. Ben Diifcjn,
treasurer.
Members of the board include
Mis. William Blatt, Mrs. J >nas
Brotman, Mrs. Emanuel Oold-
stritch, Mrs. George Gooriman,
Mrs. Al Gottlieb, Mrs. Margaret
Greenberg, Mrs. Arthur Hornieich.
Mrs. Robert Jackson, Mrs. Henry
Kram, Mrs. Arthur Leibowitz, Mrs.
James Levenson, Mrs. Eli Meltzer,
Mrs. Harold Miller, Mrs. Julie
Miller, Mrs. Frank Nankin, Mrs.
Stuart Perlman, Mrs. Lou Pilzer.
Mrs Lee Pines, Mrs. Abo Interess,
Mrs. Murray Sonnett, Mrs. Martin
Steiner, Mrs. Sid Sussman and
Mrs. Lawrence Weston.
Pepper Demands Yiddish Program
Rep. Claude Pepper and 15 other broadcasts to the U.S.S.R
members of the House of Repre- Yiddish pro ram is nol In tltuted
sentatives have renewed a demand Con Pepper said that
that the Voice of America initiate thi spirit ol the oppre<
a broadcast in Yiddish to Russia ln R ,. aldcd by an ac.
The Florida Democrat ami ,. ,
.i, .. ; .u i;_.- --1 cnow.edeement fror-i the '
Others in the bipartisan :;ro..> -;u
they "will consider a move to States of this national languaRe no
eliminate funds for all V.O.A. I longer taughl in the U.S.S.R.
3 Florida Women Receive Braille Association Awards
Three Florida women have beer,
honored for their services to visu-
ally handicapped people. Awards
were presented by National Brailli
Association president Frances So-
bel at the Association's annuai
meeting in Saddle Brook, N.J.
Certificates for 10 years of vol-
unteer sen ice were presented to
Mrs. Maude Sheeran of Largo and
Mrs. N'at Schlossberg of Daytona
Beach, and a certificate for 5 years
service was aware'ed to Mrs. Don-
ald Fried of West Palm Beach.
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Mrs. Steinberg
Mrs. Morris M. Herman, presi-
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morial fund will be started in
memory of Mrs. Sylvia Steinhere
a past president of the chapter
who passed away last week.
At the time of her death, she
was still active in Hadassah an-i
the eomnvinity, serving; as vice
"resident of the Florida Region of
Hadassah and vice president of the
SoMtheast Region Youth Commis-
sion.
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with Hadassah and its work, we
feel it most fitting that a living
memorial he established in Israel
in her memory." said Mrs. Herman.
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Friday, June 9, 1972
Moses Grundwerg Elected
President Of Mesivta High
Summer Rene* ai' Hadassah Seeks Aid For Soviet Scientist
Program Planned
Bv Oholei Torah
By Sp* i;il Ki-|"""i
J Grundwerg, Miam
y and ci ic leadei
ias .- en n -elect d p: -
mOStS 1. GRUHDWtRG
Louis M. i \\\-.. : M sivta Hi.'h
lucation i! Institu-
of the Grcatei
Miami H brew Academy, la sup-
bj \ Dluntai > mm 'nit>
contributions and is the largest
high school in the south
Mr Grundwerg i< a ;>ast |iresi-
denl 'i! ih. Miami Hea"h Jaycees
m officer of the Hebrew!
Acadc my.
Mr. Merwitzer was elected hon-l
i ;. life founder and Rabbi Berel
Wein. who is lea\ :nc the commun-
ity after serving six years a- ean
orary vice president.
Elected a~ vice presidents were
Hyman P. Galbut. Jacob Modan-
sk> and Murray Mosenberg. Jerry
Sehechter is the news secretary
with Murray Berkowitz as treas-
uii r,
Executive committee member*
elected include Rabbi G. Ori:nland,
. 1 Reinhard, Sol Pop]
; Da\ id Lehrfield, Rabbi Tib-
Sti rn, Rabbi Israel
n Rob i t Entin.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross is
rindpal of the high >:hool and
of the Hebrew Academy. A re
class of 19 was graduated la-t
wi ek.
The installation dinner for of-
ficers of Oholei Torah Day School
schedule, for 6 p.m. Sundaj a'
Beth Urael Congregation on Mj^uru
i will also vr as the kick-
off of the schools "Summer Re-
newal" program.
As Rabbi Sholom D. Lipkai
school principal, explained, "Thi
summer renewal program will in-
clud< the hiring ol a new assistant
principal for the English depart
ment. two new classes for a sev-
enth made, and initiation of a new
Intensive pre-school dpartmenl
"In addition," Rabbi Llpskar
added, "a feature of the Innova-
tions will be the Suzuki metho I ol
teaching m ared to th four
to eight-year-olds. The program
conducted in conjunction with Mi-
ami-Dade Junior College wil
centrate on instruction in violin
and ce
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Convention Committee
Appointments Announced
Ralph Rosofsky, chairman of
the l< ai' nent <>t Florida Jewish
War Veterans' Convention to be
,t the Americana Hotel ir.
Bal Harbour June 23-25, announc-
ed new committee appointments
including Herbert Gopman, .jour-
nal chairman and Sydel Kahn. co-
chairman. Bessie Gibber chairman
of the luncheon honoring state
Auxiliary president Sally Levy;
Rickie Cohen, hospitality commit-
tee chairman; and Seema L?fko-
witz. who Will be in char,, ol
souvenirs.
Mr. Rosofsky named Leon Sil-
verman as treasurer of the con-
vention corporation and ZekU
Glass as secretary.
NEW YORK The national of-
fice ol Hadassah has appealed to
the director general of the World
Health Organization a.?.l to tin
Soviel Union's minister of health
Hn behalf ol a P.'.;-twwwoman pha*-
ind her daughter.
J DC To Transfer
Mai ben Control
The Joint Distribution Commit-
tee next yi a a ill transfer its Mai-
lien institutions from JDC con
ir.il to the Association for the
; Plannins and Development o>
the JDC a maj >t beneficiary o-
Services for the Aged, a volur
tarj orga li/ation in Israel.
Annottnc rr.i nt of the shin ol
mori )M : ;" ds .....
the l"tvi. d Jewish App 'al i
was made h\ Min-
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Tin ln>tii iti oi en onlj
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I ol the service.
Mrs. Michael Eppleman, i
the Leningra' Hospital ai
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grad, and Julia. 9. ,.
separated from Mr. K;
university mathematics lecturer
lie fled to Israel from an na.
demic conference in Sweden.
Mrs. Eppleman has b
to keep her job. but has
sured by Soviet authorities
vorce her husband. Inste i
has applied six times to th< a-i.
port office f->r exit visas -,, ,,...
.self and her daughter.
Her husband, in t>-- United
States undi r the auspices ot th>
National Conference on Soviej
! Jewry, asked Hadassal
Mrs. Fa>e L. Schenk, n
president, intervened and
assistance fo'-m the Alb
1 'ollcge of Medicine an
i national Union of Pha
Numerous i '' h es for the
igi a: supn ii re 1 in Israel bj
Histac'rut, l>oth through its rlui .-
j and the Israe Histadrut cam-
[>aign in the Uniiid States.
Wometco Theatres
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CEDARS OF LEBANON
HOSPITAL AUXILIARY
"Contemporary Art Show"
June S June 3, 1972
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Mapping plans for the El Shalom teen tour are Sam Rosen-
.-raru of Bon Voyage and Daphna Tours, (left) Dr. Samuel
laffe of Temple Beth El, Hollywood and Dr. Morton Malavs!:y
of Temple Beth Shalom, Hollywood, 'ihe group deports fur
Israel and London via El Al and Eastern Airlines June 21.
6El Shalom' Teen Tour
Leaving Miami June 21
CATHI A. TAYLOR
Charity
Friclav.
Ball Set
June 2.'{
Dr. Morton Malavsky, spiritual
I <. of Temple Beth Shalom.,
r Samuel Jaffa, spiritual leader!
c ; Temple Beth Kl and Sam Ros-I
rncranz, travel consultant of Bon,
Voyage and Daphna Tom's have
( >nipletcd the 'El Shalom' tocn-
Bge tour of Israel for Hollywood
>.v nanlcrs this summer. More
II 1.1 n 35 IWMLgers have already!
the group which plans a
Ihi-ee-week stay in Israel and a
week's visit in London.
seeing the group will be
c I y Goldman, youth coordina-
ol Temple Beth Shalom; A>--
\in Jaffe. Debbie Medanic and
Aaron Solomon will serve as ad-
FUND RAISER
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VAST EXPERIENCE AND
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for one year. 5 minutes to Dizen-
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overlooking park and Ulpan. Call
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\ isors. The group will leave Miami
Wednesday, June 21, and return
July 18.
During their three weeks In Is-
rael, the youngsters will stay in
modern guest houses which are
operated by kibbutzim near ma-
jor cities. From these headquar-
ters they will visit every major
university in Israel, spend time at
an archaeological dig, swim in the
Dead Sea. meet outstanding per-
sonalities, visit with Mayo:-, ol
cities and other dignitaries.
Dr. Malavsky ha* extended a
special Invita'ion t ihe group to
visit the Chassidic settlement
known as Kfar Chabad. Both Dr.
Malavsky and Dr. Jaffe will *pend
time with the group at highlights
throughout Israel. Arv.n Jaffe will
he in charge of religious services.
The last week of the tour will be
.spent visiting points of interest in
London.
This teen tour was made possible
by a subsidy pro\ ided through the
Israel Pilgrimage Fun.1 of Beth
El and the Beth Shalom Sister-
hood. Men's Club, and the Jack
and Rachel Shapiro Endowment
Fund. Jewish Welfare Federation
also assisted in this endeavor.
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it- fourth annual Charily Ball will
he held at 8:30 p.m. Kri ay. June
23. in the Casanova Room ol the
Deauvillc Hotel. Cathi will serve
as Charity Ball cochalrman with
past president Milt Littman, whe
-sill handle ticket sales.
The proceeds from this year's
event will go to finance Ihe Good
will Youth Tour of the State ol
Florida by "the New Directions"
July 24.
The
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interracial, interfaith group l
New Directions, the fea-
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men and women from 14 to 27.
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and several other tourist nttrac
tlons within the state. They iii
also give a concert performance
at Ihe Charity Ball.
Music for dancing at the Char-
ity Hall will be provided by the
Milton Field Orchestra. Cost of
lick) t includes one drink. For fur-
ther information contact Mill Litt-
man. Cathi Taylor or Carole Sot-
hern in Hollywood.
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theix*|52KK *PiSE1 and MITCH ""^ entertained
oaSfv ta xXf-T Wt weekend with a lavish and sumptuous dinner
1~ -a f J\!ly nome-ifs wonder, since Eileen is the vice
president of the Designers and Decorators Guild, that her giest S
K52!l ^c-v-1'Ii:R^AN and her nubb>'- DICK' SHIRLEY LIP-
tS -, ^ ChineSe butterfli Mcd a most decorative
El;"? "!. "d, a11 lned in th* "ft" and games" provided by the
hostess. (Each table was presented with a shopping bag containing the
PJli- xn^ Sl?V*ey h3d to Perf0rm" "MILLE nd SEYMOuS Ka!
CAN. JOAN and RON LEVY. EDITH and DICK BLOCK were among
the part,cipants^ ANITA and MAIRY COLRTNEY and MURIEL and
W ALLY ANTIN also added to the merriment of the evening bv being
great sports. The Fried* daughters. LORIEand RONNIE and Ronnie's
husband. MIKE, added a pretty, young touch. Incidentally. Ronnie and
Mike are going to Atlanta on their very first vacation since they were
. M^DE 7S MILLIE and SAL'L SCHREIBER are breathing much
easier these days their daughters. LINDA and MICKEY, had "due-
dates almost to the minute Luckily. Sir Stork obliged bv bringing
Linda's little girl. CORY, first, so Grandma and Grandpa wore able "o
be in West Orange. N.J., with son-in-law JERRY MARSHAK and to
oversee ANDREW, wbo'a almost three years old. and return to Miami
in time to be with Mickey and her husband. LARRY FLETCHER and
attend the bris of their first child. JARED.
r"IXKD MARRIAGE: When ZOE OLIN's father married JERRY
OUCTa mother, husband and wife became brother and sister'-"'
Best of luck to the former MILDRED OLIN and SAM ROBBINS who
were married June 2 and left for a honeymoon cruise aboard the Mardi
Gras the next day.
CONGRATULATIONS: BERTHA and DAVE SOLOWAY are on
the way to New York, where they will be feted by their children on
the occasion of their 50th wedding anniversary. Best wishes for many
more golden years together!
WE'RE SO FROl-D of JOSH ZWERNER, a most artistic and
creative lad who has been accepted at Pratt Institute of Design in
New York City. Josh has won plaudits in all areas of painting and
sculpture as well as photography.
STILL PACKED: 'Living out of a suitcase" seems to be a way of
life for SONNY LEVITT these days. After attending a meeting of" the
J- wish Funeral Directors Asscoiation of America in New York City he
rarely bad time to repack before leaving for the District Convention
of B'nai B'lith in Washington. D.C. (Me is president of Miami's Har-
mony Lodge. 1
VICTORIOUS: MAE HACKNER won first prize at the masquer-
ade ball aboard the MS Southward. She appeared as Miss Southward
Her clever costume consisted entirely of the cruise ship's publications
TRY IT: BERNTCE SCHELL selected "fried ice cream" for des-
sert, following the sumptuous luncheon celebrating her son ANDY's
Ear Mitzvah at Bernard's in the Carriage House. Honest, it was worth
every calorie!
BITS AND PIECES: RUTH and HARRY LAMBERT "fishing up
s Storm" in the Keys and enjoying every moment PEARL and
MILT HORNSTEIN exhausted but exhilarated after a weekend in
New York HELEN FEINBERG WACK home with her parents
while hubby MIKE serves his time with his Army Reserve unit .
MARGERY and SAM LEFF glowing from their vacation in Mexico
. RHODA STEIN back from attending daughter CATHY's gradua-
tion from Syracuse University Congratulations to DORIS FOR-
DEN, whose son ROBERT, received his degree from the University of
Miami Law School. Doris and RICHARD LURIE were to be married
on Thursday.
TESTIMONIAL: The American Jewish Committee held its 20th
anniversary dinner and dance honoring WILLIAM LEHMAN at the
Dora! Beach Hotel. Some of the "pretty people" in attendance were
DR. and MRS. CHARLES BEBER. (newly elected president) REP
and MRS. MARSHALL HARRIS. DR. and MRS. SAMUEL BERKO-
WITZ. MR. and MRS. DAVID FLEEMAN, MRS. JAMES KATZMAN
and MR. and MRS. JACK GREEN.
SIP AND SUP: MARTHA and LESTER MISHCON celebrated
their anniversary with an "informal" bar-b-que at their North Bay
Road home. Sipping the Dom Perignon champagne from paper cups
were the CHARLES ROSENBLATTS. IRA ROTHFIELDS. JOSEPH
SUSIS. MURRAY RESNICKS, LESTER GOLDSTEINS and AR-
THUR PEARLMANS.
OPEN HOUSE: RICKI and MARTY KNOBEL moved into a new
and spacious home recently, and on Sunday welcomed their friends and
Camily with an "open house." Wishing them luck were Ricki's parents.
MR. and MRS. BROOKS, her sister and brother-in-law, SHIRLEY
and DR. LARRY BR \NT. JUDY and HARRY THAL. ANNE and
LARRY FELTAN, LOIS and DR. MICKEY KROP. Also partaking of
the delicious refreshments were MYRA COHEN, excited about HAR-
OLD'S new business venture; GLENNA and DR. MELVIN PLATT.
looking forward to daughter JODI's forthcoming confirmation and
celebration partv; JOY and JIM RODENBERG. BARBARA and
FRANK RITTENBERG. JOAN and BERT WEISS singing along to
HERB STARLING'S accordion music and having a grand time.
REUNION: SUE and Ed GUTHMAN described the fun at the 20th
reunion of Miami Beach Senior High School, held recently at the Al-
giers Hotel. Sue, ANN JACKSON SHELDON. BARBARA PALI.OT
KATZEN. IRTS THORPE FRANCO. JOAN WEXELMAN BAKST.
ELEANOR KRUTEL SELTZMAN. CAROL ROSENGARTEN KON-
HAUZER. LARRY FRIEDMAN, GERALD MTLLER and HAROLD
COBB wTote and directed the show ... "a belly-full of laughs."
SARRA SUMMIT: ILANA BURSTINER. El Al office representa-
tive, looked love'v in her brand new El Al uniform, which she wore
when she entertained her mother, MRS. RACHEL ROSENBLOOM, of
Haifa, and local Israeli friends.
WELCOME: HAROLD RABINOWITZ. Princeton scholar and ten-
n's cHamp, is back in town and on home tennis courts in North Miami
Beach.
RETIRED: After 51 year as a practicing urologist. B. MAURICE
SHURE. M.D.. F.I.C.S.. F.C.L.M. has come to this area from Brooklyn.
NY He vill be makine his home with his children^ MR. and MRS.
GEORGE KATZMAN. 850 NE 178th Ter., North Miami Beach.
Denise Dunne
Now Mrs. Smith
Denise Rochelle Dunne and Ed-
war- Orrice Smath Jr. exchanged
1 marriace vows on Saturday. Tune
1 3, at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
The bride, daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. Jack L. Dunne, 21321 NE
24th Ct.. is a graduate of Miami
Norland Senior High School and
has attended Miami-Dade Junior
College.
The briiegroom. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Anthony Pbnella, 9130 SW
32nd St.. graduated from Miami
High School and attended Miami-
Dade Junoir College and the Uni-
versity of Miami.
On their return from a honey-
moon in Europe, the ncw'yweds
will iive in Bay Harbor Island.
AWJ. IDW4JTD SMITH
Geri Jane Cohen
And Dr. Riskin
Married June 4
Geri Jane Cohen and Dr. W-wne
Gerald Riskin were unitrd in mar-
riage Sunday. June 4. at the Eden
Roc Hotel. Rabbi Sol I^andau of-
ficiated at the 6:30 p.m. ceremony
which was followed by a reception
in the hotel.
Parents of the newlyweds are
Mr. and Mrs. Murray G. Cohen
1838 SW 21st Ter.. and Mr. an-:
Mrs. Ben Riskin, 9S1 NE 159th St.
The bride i= the granddaughter of
the late Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Cohen,
pioneer Miamians.
For the nuptials, the bride wot*
a gown of candlelight pure silk or-
ganza re^mbroidered with beaded
French Alencon lace. The Cam-
elot neckline, long tapered sleeves
and empire bodice were of Alencon
lace accented with seed pearls.
The attached cathedral length,
aisle-wide train fell from the em-
pire waistline and galoons of Alen-
con lace, lavishly beaded, encir-
cled the hemline of the skirt. A
puff of silk illusion was held by
the matching lace headpiece, and
the bride carried a bouquet of
Mephanotis highlighted with Cym-
byd-'um orchids on her confirmation
Bible.
Bridal attendants included Mrs
Arnold Kaplan, the bridegroom's
Bister, who served as matron o'
honor, and Alicia Einhom, Mrs
Gene Glasser. Laura Kaplan. Mrs.
Bruce Miller and Mrs. Sa.idra
Weis. Karen Kaplan serve- a=
junior bridesmaid, and Claire Wein-
traub was flower girl. They were
all gowned in shocking pink hif-
fon and carried bouquets of pink
roses and pink miniature carna-
tions.
Dr. Michael Eisenberg was best
man: and ushers included Matthew
Baloff. Dr. Arnold Kaplan. Steven
S>iegolman. Guv Spi"golman and
Dr. Stuart Weiss. Gary Spi?gel-
man server as junior usher, and
Seth Kaplan was ring bearer.
The new Mr*. R:skin is a grad-
uate of Coral Gables S"nio" High
School and Northwestern Univer-
sity School of Dental Hygiene.
Sh<> has a B.A. degree :n elemen-
tary education from the University
of Miami and is now working to-
wards her master's degree.
Dr. Riskin will be a first year
resident in internal medicine thi*
coming year at the Uriversif o'
Miami affiliated hewoita's. He is
a member of Alpha Eosi'on Delta
ire-mdica! honor society and a"
th~ U-i-ersitv of Miami Me'ica'
School belonged to Phi Delta En-
silon. medical fraternity, and Al-
pha Omega Alpha honor sod tv
On their return f-om a honey-
moon in Mexico, the couple Will
live in South Miami.
Morris Beilnians Exchange Vows
Rache! Klein and Morris Bell-
man exchanged vows Saturday eve-
ning. May 27, at the horn? of
Rabbi and Mrs. Jonah E. Cap!an.
Officiating at the ceremony, held
on the patio, were Rabiiis Canlan
Simon Murcanio and Naftali
Porush.
The bride was attended by Mr.
and Mrs. Norman Lieberman. and
the groom by his brothers, Harold
and Leo Bellman. A'so in the wed-
:pg narty were Barry and Lisa
Klein."
A reception in honor of the
newlyweds followed the nuptials.
The new Mrs. Bellman is pres-
ently teaching at Yeshiva Day
School and Beth Torah Congrega-
tion. For the past year, she has
served as president of the Galil
Chapter of Mizrachi Women. Her
husband is employed by th U.S.
Department of Soil Conservation in
Gainesville.
urns, moms uuma*
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will be a featured highlight of the
swimming program at Oholei Tor- ]
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Lorraine Berger water safety in-!
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of the Aquatic Club, will serve a
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Serving with her will
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fcwlywed Mark Safras Tour Israel On Honeymoon
Temple Sinai of Hollywood, was I Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eman-
L seitins for the ceremony unit-1 uel Goldblatt of 4001 S. Ocean Dr.,
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Graphics Shown At Lowe Museum
Hollywood, the new Mrs. Safra
spent a year at Hebrew Univer-
sity in Jerusalem. She is a grad
uate of Miami-Dade Junior Col-
lege and will attend Barry College
in January. She teaches at Hillel
Community Day School and Tem-
ple Sinai Sunday School.
The bridegroom is the son o'
Dr. and Mrs. Jack Safra of 880 NE
155th Ter. He is a graduate of the
Hebrew Academy and is now a
senior at the University of Miami
Medical School where he was ac-
cepted after three years at Emory
University in Atlanta. He is a'
member of Phi Beta Kappa and j
A.O.A.. honorary societies.
More than 100 graphics from the
permanent collection ot the Lowe
Art Museum are on exhibit at the
museum through Sunday, July 2
Also on e.\hib!t from Thursday,
June 22, through Sunday, July 2
will be a selection of paintings
from the museum's Virgil Barker
Memorial Collection of America"
Art. n- r-a-ker was instrumental
in establishing the museum and
was its lirst director.
I lours at the Lowe are noon to
5 p.m., Monday through Friday.
10 a.m. to 5 pjn., Saturday, and
1 to 5 p.m.. Sunday. There is no
admission charge.
O'H ;t.
MRS. MA** SAFRA
Mark J. Safra Sunday, Jvnc 4.
Rabbi David Shapiro officiated a'
ho .") p.m. ceremony, which wa-
ollowed by a dinner in honor of
he ncvvlyweds.
On their return from a honev
noon trip to Israel, the couple
(ill live in North Miami Bea"h.
For the wedding, the bride wore
b long, white lace gown and car-
red white carnations. Attending
he couple were Mrs. Sima Dob
kin. matron of honor, and Richard
Purhin best man.
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S p.m. The ceremony, performed
by Judge Woodlow Tucker. wac
followed by a reception in the Art
Center.
Parents of the newlyweds are
Mr. and Mrs. Alvis Harris of
Sorinrrfirld Va.. a"d Mrs Jerome
R. Adelman, 1930 SW 23r.1 Ter..
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The bride is a graduate of St
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mini Senior H'gh School and the
University of Georgia, where he
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Jamaica, the couple will live in
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I: peUed "a magnificent tiip" foi Baj an.i >:a\ Ja.ohson. who j--
t irned to South Florida earlier this week. Ajnoag the many romantic
'" s the "V> la" tout led a: were Madeira, Casablanca. Malta, and
Aft- r wending their way through the Greek
1 brought back with
Ihem wi ,. "a beautif .
much tot a weatherman's dream sunshine
; '' 'J lin. Leaving the shin in Naples, the
: n their own. visitii ento, Pompeii anl
Sicily. Pan ., tne ,,,.,
' Scala ii n It was air:..
1 is I stan : and
1 :' gifts foi their
1 Laura Sarene, dai I Ronald and
':' ": ' '- T'-rr> Lee, : of their
Akin Pej i.
June 3 I and ha tor Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Sage*
as they v Jeffrej re Ive his Bachelor of Science degree
1 |!' ; '; "' Connecticut. During the past year, Jeffrey was
I to sen board <>f governors at the university and was
- in charge of programming. The day after graduation, Jeffrey left
to visit h:< sisb and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Roger GolnVn. in
Li ng Beach i aiif. He wi.l vnter the Pennsylvania School of Optome-
try in September.
Spending a weekend in another country sounded like a good idea
to Miami Dcach Municipal Judge Jerry Zeltzer and his wife. Helen*, so
they hopped a i lane and flew to Montreal. Canada. Helene. editor of
"Key Magazines" and This Week In Miami Beach. Miami. Coral Ga-
I and South Miami." mixed business with pleasure and reviewed
some nightclub shows in Montreal, including that of Sammy Davis, Jr.
r I French sint,ine star Michelle Richards. A new member of the
Miami Ballet Si ciety and Pi-ops. Helene also did some shopping for
antique*. The Zeltzers found some unusual handmade toys from Rus-
sia to blin? back for their three small children, Klmmie, Aimee and
Ari. who attend the Hebrew Academy of Greater Miami.
Founders and past presidents of Alpha Omega Auxiliary were
honored when ti. group held its 25th anniversary luncheon May 23 at
the Algiers Hotel. Jackie (Mm. Arnold) Shcir. luncheon chairman, and
her committee presented the program which honored Bena EggnatS,
Annett* Goldberg, Helen Krasne. Kay Apfel. Elaine Ki< hman and Mil-
dred Mi-hkin. Roe (Mrs. George) (.raham. the organization's first
president, cut the anniversary cake. The day also included election of ;
officers for next year. On the roster for 1972-73 are Jackie Sheir, pres- !
Ident; Beverly Arnold and Susan I'inskv. vice presidents; Todi Mar-I
i hand, treasurer, and Barbara Kaufman, recording secretary.

If you are going to be in Israel on July 29. you may be in for a ',
rare treat. Mr. and Mr*. Herbert Ray of Miami Beach are inviting all '
Floridians who are in Jerusalem that day to join friends and family J
aunts and uncles from all over Europe attending the Bar Mitzvah of i
their son. Mark Benjamin Ray. at the Wailing Wall. Born on the last i
day of Passover, the celebrant, who was named Moshe in honor of the
hero of the Passover story, was called to the Torah at Temple Ner
Tamid on his birthday. A student at Ner Tamid. where he was pre-
pared for his Bar Mitzvah. Mark is applying for entrance to the He-
brew Academy this Fall. He and his family, including brother Sandy.
sister Lydia and grandmother Esther Mark, will be leaving here soon
to fulfill the dream of a lifetime, observing his Bar Mitzvah in the
Holy I.and. Since the young man is very talented in drawing and paint-
ing, he will, no doubt, bring back many visual memorials of this im-
portant occasion in his life.
Evelyn and Ren Clein. awaiting news of the birth of their eighth
grandchild, got a tittle more than they expected when son-in-law David
S\tron phoned to say that Judi was the mother of a 101b.-8oz. boy!
As soon as that news was spread around, they started packing their
trailer, anil were to leave Thursday with daughter Fatti. for a trip
- first stop. Atlanta, to welcome the new addition, named Benjamin
Aaron, and to join the annual Jacobs family reunion wih about 100
i.ther Clein relatives. From there, they will head for Silver Spring. Md.,
to attend the Bar .Mitzvah of great-nephew Greg Rose, grandson of
Jennie Mae ;.nd Berry Clein. Then on to Philadelphia. New York. Bos-
ton. Bangor, and up, up until they reach Halifax, Nova Scotia. Back
down through Canada and Niagara Falls, stopping wherever they are
attracted to th> scenery until Aug. 19, when they will meet the Styron
femily in Gatlinburg, Tenn., where they will camp together for a week.
This camt ing family says "it's the only way to go." But come Septem-
ber, it will be time for normal living, like preparing Patti for her en-
trance into hi','h school. "But it will be wonderful while it lasts."
David Kellers
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tor of conferences and Institutes
for faculty enrichment for the j
Citv University of New York.
Tlie ncwlyweds will live at 1697]
E. 3rd St.. Brooklyn.
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* recital of chamber music for
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Marv Kllwon. pia"o. Wednesday
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aunt, was hostess for the familv gathering which was attended by
grandmothers, auntr ind cousins. Theme for the afternoon was "Love"
and "Lovers" as exemplified by capids and Rodin's statue of "Lovers."
Diane IMackman, the bride-elect's sister, and .Mrs. Harold Goldxtein,
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Miami Pv:><' Mavor Ctmek Mail led a nrocession of some .100 per-
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fo f<0'>iM
mbulance dedication ceremonies of the American Red
'.iqe:: David for Israel at the Greater Miami Hebrew Acad-
my turned over the 30th such vehicle sent to the people of
-je! by South Florida Jewry since the Six-Day War. On
~r.d -re (from left to right) state chairman Samuel Rein-
urd Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, Dr. Leon Kronish, Mr.
d Mr. Harry Os^ip who donated the ambulance, and
avid Coleman, president of the Red Magen Davids
! am: 3each chapter.
Red Magen David Employs
25 Ambulances In Tragedy
Ford Program First
Of Kind In State
A first "'. i;s kind program In
Florida aimed at helping women
-:et to know the ins and ou*s oi
the Family car Is br*inx initiate
by Ford dealers ol Dade .-nil Brow-
aid Counties.
Beginning July 6, numb >rs of
tho Miami Chapter of the N.
tional Secretaries Association will,
participate in the four-night "Pow-
der Puff Mechanic" program
which will ho held each Thursday
' oi the month.
Whi'e th" .Tiily piw-nm w>U hr
held at Doel Ford in Coral Gables,
officials hope to .'\;>and it to a ,
numlx'r of dealerships throughout
the two-county area ,
Ac orr'ing to Les Reitman,'
chairman of the Ford dealers I
group, "Powder Pull" was initi-
aled a- a public service so thai
drivers would be able to derive
maximum use from their ear-
while learning to spot problems
that, ii unnoticed, could result in
costly repair i>ii'-
R, I.. Nunn, presid nl of Dee!
I Ford, explaine I that while the
imbulances donatorl bv
n'ida Jews were ai'iiiu
than 25 Magen David
. ergency vehicles press I
In the wake of the
it i.oil International Air-
. ing to Samuel Reln-
: la\ Id Coleman.
: Reuihard, Florida chairman.
Mi Coleman, Miami Beach
,ei of the American Rec
David for Israel, also re-
d th i- more than 300 pints oi
a re used in tho immediate
, of tho 99 victims of the
t rrorist assault.
;->]>!> Kott. chairman of
.. '.uve committee of Israel's
I Cross service who vis-
Beach earlier this -ear.
1 Magen David Adorn am-
irdved at the airport
minutes of the first
ing fired by the threi
.> terrorists.
The vehicles removed dead and
wounded to hospitals in the Tel
Aviv area.
Dr. Kott .-aid that within the
first 24 hours of the SUbmacllinc-
gUn and hand grenade attack
"hunr reds of pints of blood" wen
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Adorn Hank to be used :n treating
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Mr. Coleman and Mr. Reinhard
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more ambulances, and announced I
two more have been donated by I
South Florida Jewry. The children j
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Miami Beach pledged an ambul-1
ance In addition to the one con-
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-o that they can get tho most oui
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"Every automobile dealer sees
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Friday, Ju-9 0 j
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Jorgt Rabinovich Mitchell Hershey
Isaac Karpel Moshe Lehrlield
DOCGLAS REITER
Douglas, the son of Mr. and
Mr.-. Saui Rciter, will become Ba:
Mi'^vah Saturdav, June 10, ac |
Beth Moshe Congregation.
Douglas attends West view Jun-
ior High Schooi and has been a '
student at Beth Moshe Religious [
School for the past six years.
The Oneg Shabbat and Kid-
lush will be hosted by his par-
nt, in Douglas' honor, and a re-,
ception for friends and relatives'
will be held at the Cadilla? Hote'!
Saturday evening. Among guests
will be relatives from New Jersey:
and Ohio.
Cr -to V>
ISAAC KARPEL
Isaac, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
lose Karpel, will become a Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Mcnorah, Sat-
urday morning, June 10.
Isaac is a student at N'au'ilu--
runior High School, where he is
in the seventh grade.
Following services there will
be i Kiddush, and Saturday eve-
. a reception an. dinner \r
Isaac's honor will be held at the
Morton Towers.
tt <
ILEXE GORDON'
Ilcne Cheryl, daughter of Mr.
aiK" Mrs. William Gordon, wi' be-
ore Bat Mitzvah Saturday, Tune
10 a: Temple Emanu-Kl.
Ilene attends Temple Emamt-El
Religious School and is a g rventh
^rade student at Nautilus Juniol
High School.
The celebrant will bo honony>'
-'it ri a luncheon at Temole
Bmanu-El. Her grandmother M-s.
brae] H-itfman, will attend
JOEL GERWITZ
Joel Matih^yv,.4he son of Mr
ard Mrs. Max Gerwitz. will become
Bar Mitzvah Saturday. June 10, ar
Temple Kmanu-El.
Joel attends Temple Emanu-K
Sunday School an- is a seventh
grade student at John F. Kennedy
Junior High School.
The celebrant will be honored
with a reception at home. His
grandmother, Mrs. Yetta Kobert.
will attend the event.
ft & &
MOSHE LEIIRFIELD
Moshe M '"";>cai, the son o'
Rabbi an! Mrs. Dav:d Lehrfield
will become Bar Mitzvah Satur-
day morning. June 10. at Kncseth
Israel Congregation.
Moshe, ar. honor student at th"
Hebrew Academy, where he is B
nembs- of the Student Council
won first prize for his essay or
demo-racy in the Elks contest
Moshe wi*l be honored at a for-
mal reception at the Eden Roe
Hotel Sunday afternoon.
Here to celebrate the occasion
''ill be Mrs. Lehrfield'.": parents
Rabbi M. H. Eichenstein. chief
rabbi of the Orthodox Jewish Com-
munity and Mrs. Eichenstein from
St Louis: a-d the parents of Rab-
bi Lehrfield from Jerusalem, Rab-
bi Dr. and Mrs. Louis J. Lehrfield:
Rabbi B. Zolty, chief rabbi of
Jerusalem and member of the
Jewish High Court; Rabbi and
M-s. Joel Lehrfield and family;
Rabbi and Mrs. Moses Eichenstein
and Rebbetzin Booc'-e Eichenstein
from Chicago: Rabbi and Mrs.
Abraham Swanky and Rabbi Ber-
nard Swersky, and Rabbi P. Brisk-
~ shiva Mesivta Torah Voc'ath of
New York.
W ^ W
ANDREW PECHEXIK
Andrew, the son of Mr. and M
' eona-d P^chenik will observe his
^ar Mitzvah Saturday morning.
Tune 10, at Congregation Ti'na1
Raphael.
Andrew will be the recipient o'
the coveted Boy Scout Ner Tamid
Award at Friday evening services.
the preceding evening. He !s in
!he seventh grade at Parkway
Tu-i-r High School.
There will be a reception and
iincheon in Andrew's honor at the
Aleiers Hotel. Among guests will
be his grandparents, Mr. ami Mrs
Samuel Eisenstadt of Miami
Beach. Mr. and Mrs. David H
Pechenik of Hollywood. Dr. and
Mrs. Joel Rerger and daughter of
Bxvsidc. N.Y.. and Mr. an: Mrs.
Mitchell Eisenstadt and family of
Old Ta;>pan. N'.J.
JEFFREY KEXZF.R
Saturday morning, June 10. Jef-
frey K'enzer. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence A. Gordon, will be called
to the Torah a* a Bar Mitzvah a'
Jeffrey i< a Student a! N "'
:
School, where he Is a mem-
ber of the football team.
A reception in Jeffrey's honor
will be held at the Aventura Coun-
try Club.
ft ft
I ISA BADAT
Lisa Gai\ daughter nf Dr. and
Mrs. David Badat, will observe her
Bat Mitzvah during late Fridav
evening services at Beth Torah
Congregatiwii June 2.
An eighth grade student at John
F. Kennedy Junior High Schooi.
Lisa is in the fifth grade at B-'th
To-ah's Harold Wolk Religious
School.
Dr. ard Mrs. Badat will honoi
their daughter at the Oneg Shah
bat following services. Guests will
include Nathan Badat and Mrs.
Mazal Goodman
ft ft ft
JORGE RABINOVICH
Jorge, son of Mrs. Eva an 1 '" '
id Rabinovich. will observe his
Bar Mitivah during Saturday
morning services at B^th Torah
Congregation June 10.
The celebrant attends th. He-
brew Aca ferny and bis <- >tside
interests include swimming and
bowling.
Jorge will be honored at the Kid-
Continued on Page 13-B
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COEDUCATIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL
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 WARRINGTON
Director of Summer School, Ransom School
3575 Main Highway
Miami, Florida
Telephone: 444-7647
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Delicious, well balanced.
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Regular school bus
transportation is available.
Activities include-
Swimming Sports Athletics
Drama Music Arts & Crofts
AND weekly trips ond outings to
places ol interest in the Greater Miami Area.
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ly, June 9, 1972
*Jen "sli noridFian
Page 13-F
'Jjar KjVlUzvah
mtinued lrom I'age 12-B
foHowing services. Among
^s will be his grandparents,
and MM. David Zeligman and
jid Mrs. Jose RaGinovich.
^ V
SADISM BELLOWS
iday evening services at Both
h Congregation June 9 will
fie the Bat Mitzvah of Nadine,
hior of Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
seventh grade honor student
lohn F. Kennedy Junior High
wl the celebrant is in the
th grade of Beth Torah's Har-
Wolk Religious School.
r. and Mrs. Bellows will honor
r daughter at the Oneg Shab-
ollowing the ceremony. Among
ts will be Jan Bellows from
University of Auburn and
1151 dy Bellows from the Univer-
of Florida.
b & G
MIT< IIKI. HERSIIEY
itchell. the son of Mr. and Mrs.
jneth Hershey, will be called
the Torah as a Bar Mitzvah
irday, June 10, at Temple Beth
lom.
student at the Lear School
Te he is a member of the Na-
tal Junior Honor Society, the
brant is in Temple Beth Sho-
s Confirmation Class of 5734.
LYNN WIENER
j-nn Wiener will become Bat
jvah Saturday, June 10, at
BRopue HAR-EL, Jerusalem.
ynn. the daughter of Mr. and
Hnry Wiener, 4971 Ponce
student at the University of Cali-
fornia in Berkeley; Craig, from
Florida State, and Warren, a sen-
ior at North Miami Beach High,
who was recently confirmed at
Temple Sinai.
<- .-.* ..
HOWARD ISRAEL
I Saturday, June 10, services at
Temple Or Olom will Include the
Bar Mitzvah of Howard Aaron
son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Israel!
1634 SW 100th Ave.
The celebrant is in the seventh
grade at Rockway Junior High
School, where he plays s-axophone
in the school band. He is a mem-
ber of the USY and a swimming
and tennis enthusiast
The Israels will host the Kiddush
Friday night, the Oneg Shahbat
following the ceremony, and a re-
ception Sunday at 12:30 p.m in
the Algiers Hotel, in honor of their
son.
Among guests will be Mrs. May
Rubinstein and Mrs. Fanny Israel
Howard's grandmothers, and his
"oatgrandmother, Mrs. Shandcl
Flukman.
* -fr &
JOAN WIENER
Joan Wiener will become Bat
Mitzvah Saturday, June 10. at the
Synagogue HAR-EL, Jerusalem.
Joan, the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Wiener, 4971 Ponce d
Leon Blvd., Coral Gables, is a sev-
.eon Blvd., Coral Gables, is a
nth grade honor student at
Kverglades School for Girls
re she is active in the tutoring
ram.
Hebrew School graduate of
pic Judea Religious School.
plays the guitar, is a drama
art student and studies ce-
ics with Juanita May. She
reel* at tennis and bowling,
inintr Lynn in Israel will be
'grandparents. Mr. and Mrs.
Wiener of Boston. Mass., and
Ruth Levin of New York.
* &
WILLIAM BLOCK
turday morning services a'
pie Sinai of North Dado will
rV the Bar Mitzvah of Wiliiam
h June 10. Son of Dr. and
. Valentine Bloch of North Mi-
Beach, William will be the
th son in the family to cele-
e bis Bar Mitzvah at Temple
i.
venth grade student at lohn
Kennedy Junior High Schoo1.
am is a sports enthusiast and
I soccer and baseball.
'. and Mrs. Bloch will honoi
r son at the Kiddush following
rcmony, and will host a re-
n in their home on Satufdav
it, and a party, with live mil-
for 40 young people Sunday
it.
mong guests will be Mrs. Ruth |
h and Mrs. Sarah Feltrvmn
ld'iiithers of the Bar Mitz-
and his brothers; Howard, a
totally different kind of camp
or boys and girls 11 to 16.
t the beautiful Sun 'n Lake
(AoW
lvvvt Lake Placid, Florida
("id ind accMnnWatioM ... lapcrk.
"'.'d ot tht trumUc environment of a
tntional camp, w* provide tint clau
nJ and accommodations in a modern, air
ondibcned Holiday Inn.
location ... saperk. Less than 1 hour*
n Miami or Tampa In the roiling hill
wntry ot central Florida. Citrus country
rilh pure, clean air and cool, dehumidified
umm*r breciea. (Average humidity a
WntorUble 32K.
1 faclllUea ... saperb. In addition to
eonventional activiUcs, golf and tennla,
^eluding imlrucUon, at a private country
Db on canip grounds is emphasized Expert
titw.ng available.
Oan'i delay. Enrollment is Umlted to only SO
ampcrs for each one week session. Call or
"lie: John L. Sullivan, Executive Dir.
Snip Sun 'n Lake, Route J, Box 250
xc Placid, Fla. 33K1
**' Placid (113) US-HOl
Miami (305) OM-1M1
enth grade honor student at the
Everglades School for Girls, where
sne is active in the tutoring pro.
gram. She is also a Hebre.v School
graduate of Temple Judea Reli-
gious b.hool and a student of
i.rama and art and studies ceram-
ics under Juanita May, and was
recently appointed to the teen
hoard at Burdine's.
Joining her in Israel for th"
occasion will he her grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Wiener of Bos-
ton, Mass., and Mrs. Ruth Levin
of New York.
40 Two-Year-Olds Nominated
The season's first important test
for the younger generation is fea-
tured at Calder Race Course where
40 two-year-olds have been nomi-
nated to Saturday's $7.50D-added
Nursery Stakes. Saturday's 10 race
program will also offer a W.OOT
allowance race for older horses
over the turf course and a $5,000
allowance sprint for the sophomore
runners. Racing is five times each
week activity at Calder Race
Course with Tuesdays and Sunday*
dark. The program gets under-
way at 1:45 p.m.
Watermelon Splash Party
The Greater Miami YM-YWH*.
"Social Singles,"' a club for mt
tnre single adults, is sponsoring t
"Watermelon Splash" nartv tx-
ginning at 8 p.m. Wednesday at
the "Y." 8500 SW 8th St. There
will be music for dan.'ng under
the stars. For further information,
contact Herb Rubin at ihe "Y."
RANSOM
DAY CAMP
For Boys and Girls
Ages 6-14
June 19-July 28
SAILING, SWIMMING, CAMPING
Outings. Archery
Arts & Grafts
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CHEMISTRY BIOLOGY
ALGEBRA I GEOMETRY GENERAL MATH I II
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JUNE 19 JULY 28
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7902 Carlyle Avenue, Miami Beach
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^ Year Round Meaningful Children's Services
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fc Bar Mitzvah and Bas Mitzvah Preparation,
Certified Teaching Staff
MODERN CURRICULUM UNDER THE DIRECTION OF
RABBI EUGENE lABOVfTZ, Spiritual leader
MR. EMANUEL FEDER Al N1RENBERG
Educational & Youth Director Youth Advisor
Temple Bus available from all adjacent areas including
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Phone 866-8345 or 866-9833 Weekday Registration
from 9 A.M. to 5 P.M.
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Intensive Courses, 6 hours oer day.
No more than 12 students per class.
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+Je*ist fkridiar
Friday, June $
Obituaries
Rabbi Hurwitz, 72, Buried In Daytona
UGALNOTKE
LEGAL NOTICE
UGAL NOTlct
DAYTONA BEACH Dr. B.;
Loon Hurwitz, 72, the first rabbi
to bo full-time professor at a nre-
dominantly Negro colleee. died
here Wednesday. May SL
Rabbi Hurwitz WM Moetate
professor of history and sociology
at Bethune-Cookman College from
19C7 until 1970. when he became
a member of the faculty of the
Florida Institute of Technology In
Melbourne. He also served as |
spiritual leader of Temple Bethj
Sholom in Satellite Beach.
A graduate of Haverford Co1-
lege and the Jewish Theoloeicnl
Seminary of America. Rabbi Hur- i
witz was the spiritual leader of I
Temple Zamora in Coral G-ibles'
before moving to Daytona rVach j
in 1961 to serve Temple Israel. Ho |
held that post until becoming a l
full-time professor at Bethune-1
C'ookman, which in 1935 honored i
iiim for his leadership in interfaith i
and interracial affairs.
Rabhi Hurwitz is survived by his i
widow. Edith, and a daughter, Mrs.
Ji ssica Rae Hcn-Tov, r.ow in Is- |
rael. Services were held Fiidav I
and buiial took place in Daytona ',
Beach.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
KOTO E IS HEKISBY GIVES th.it
th< uiidrrMKiied, dt-Minim lo engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ESTHER ANTHONY AND ASSOCI-
ATES at SIC Zamora Avenue, Coral
Oables. Florida Intenda tu regleter
said name with thi- Clerk of the '-'ii-
cult Court of Dade County, Florida.
ESTHERANTHONV
MEYER M. HK1U.IAXT
Attorney for Applicant
0 -> J 2-I-1(
Services Held In
New York City For
Harry Brandt, 75
Services were held Tuesday in
New York City for motion picture
pioneer Harry M. Brand*. 75. who
di< in Saint Francis Hospital oi
heart disease.
Mr. Brandt, of 39 Palm Ave.
Palm Island, and New York City
was head of Brand* Theater-, a
network of more tV.an 1.15 theater"
in 12 states. His local branches
include ihe Roosevelt, Normandy
and Flamingo theaters.
I
Mr. Brandt was motion picture
chairman for such Charity drive-
as the March of Dlmo>. National
Conference of Christians and
Jews, the American Red Cross, the
SAGER
Sixth War Loan and
York Infirmary.
the New
Survivors include Ivs widow
Helen, of Miami and New York: a
daughter, Mrs. Babette Frorrtrtv*, i
a son, Richard, and six grandchil-
dren
Maurice A 57, oi _'"; SW nth Ter.
uaaaed away suddenly Friday while
or route lo attending hi* son's grad- I
u:,ti< 11 fr necticut Formerly "f New Haven,
Conn., he had made hia home in
Port-au-Prince, Halta from IM6-56. |
iKirine ffW II he had worked in
censorship uitli the Department of
War. Mr. Baser was a supervisor
for Benart Inc. He was a member ,
..f It. th David Synagogue, Beth]
David Men's club and Bhoiern Lodge
B'nal R'ri'.h. Survived by his widow, i
Miriam, a son Jeffrey, two rtnucli- '
t.-rs. Mrs Barbara Bodsrera of Miami
and Mrs. MVrna Golden "f Long
Beach, Calif., two brothers, Louis ,
.--' fer Of Miami and Sol Raster of
Hnmden. Conn., n granddaughter
.T'-.ii Rodger*. Services wen held
Sunday at flordon Funeral Home
with Interment In Mt Nel.....erne-
lery
BERG. Jack, "K, l 11 Alton Bd..
m it Rivers de
DEUTSCH. Max. *" |5 Ocean In-.
m it rjordrm. Interment Star of
David
Al TMAN rattle, 57, nf N M B
Riverside
bepnat. Maler It, 1401 S B,
II ith st
HIRSCH Max. SO, Of VM |:
Riverside
Marshall. John C :> -j:...: pine
Tree Dr.. Ml! Riverside
MILLER. AJex, ''.'. "f Miami.
Rlversldi
STERN. Jacob I.. 75. '.!' V K >ili
SI Oordon Interment Star of
David
WEIBUROH. Rose M -J o' vl I '
Rlvei ide Interment MI >Cebo
ABRAMOWITZ. Be. kle, M>, of
Miami. Riverside.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 72-10841
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
[n Be The- Marriage Of:
OWE THOMAS, JR., Huxband
and ADDIE 11KI.1. THOMAS, wife.
TO: ADDIK UKI J. THOMAS
SOU Lesle Street
Detroit, Mi< higan
YOV ARE HEREBY notified that a
Petition for Dissolution of Marriage
ha* been fiU-d au-.i::.-' you. and you
are hereby r-'iuir-d to aerve a copy
of your answer or other pleading lo
the 1'etitlon on th>- Husband's s ttor-
ney LESTER ROGERS, whose ad-
dress is 14.M N.W. lTth Avenue, Mi-
ami, Florida 33128, and file tlie orig-
inal with tin Clerk of the above
styled Court, on or before the .". day
of July. 1972, or a Default Will he
emend agninst you.
DATED thla ::. day of May. I71
K. r. LEATHERMAN
I'lerk of Circuit Court
BY: C P. POPELAND
1I rcUll Court Seal)
S-9-1S-2J
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CVIL ACTION NO. 72-0473
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Manias* of
GARY HI'KH. Husband.
and
I" iNNA limit. Wife.
, TO: Mrs. Donna Jtarr
>7 Alvln Site,.t
Falrfic-ld, Connecticut
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been Bled against you and
IN THE CIRCUIT COUR- r
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL 'rL,
F FLr?J*plSA- ,N *ND?o,1
DADE COUNTY "'I
CIVIL ACTION NO 75 in-. I
NOTICE OF surr '"I
IN RE: The Marriageol
DAM-AS U SCHIKXHI
Husband,
anil
JAY H SCHIBOG,
Wife.
TO: JAY B. SCRlBOfl
r.j Kclviderc str. i
I'ittsburKh, 1'.
YOU AKK HEBE1IY vrlTJ
that an action tor DiKsohjuV. 21
riaK- has been filed s>kUlM *M
you are required to ', 'j
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
No. 72-10915
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN UK: MAItltl.ViE OF
EVELYN KAY YAK. uif. and
KDDIK Kl'l YAI*. SB., husband.
T<-: KDDIK Kl'l YAF, BR
HKSIDKNCK UNKNOWN
YOt' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Petition for Dissolution '( Mnr-
rlace has hei-n filed against you and
you are hereby required to serve a
i.\ <.f vuur Answer thereto <:, Pel -
tloner's attorney, ALVIN s i'AWN'.
ino v Rlacayni nud Suite mil.
Miami. Florida, and in file Ihe origi-
nal Answer In the < rri.-.- of ihi Clerk
of the above styled Court, nil or he-
fore the S day of July, 1978. nth< -
"is. a Judermeni by Default will he
entered agarnsl you.
DATED thla Zfi 'lav of May 1972
K. B LEATHEtM \\ Clerk
BY C P COPELAND
Al VTN S PAWN
\ I Inrnev for Petitioner
Inn \ Blscnvne Blvd Suite loll
Miami. Florida
(Circuit Court S. all
,\ .#.i(l 3
against you for the relief demanded
in the complaint or |w-tition.
This notice shall he publish) d once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in Tilt: JEWISH FLOHTDTAN
Witness my hand and the peal of
said court ni Miami. Florida on this
i day of June, if-::
K I! I K\T|li:lSM.\N.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By 1. BNBBDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Cln uit Court Peal)
lfi.hard 1 Kroop
Kwltney & Kroon
IJO Lincoln Bond Mall
Miami Beach. Florida 83139
Attoi ney for Petitioner
r, 9-1S-33-36
petition
WITNESS my hand ar.d ik. u
said t ourt on th.- ::: da* ,. ,,
E It I.EATHKKMVv '
As Clerk of aaMCMn
H.v: It. M KIS8EE
As Deput;
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES Mill
IN AND FOR "UI
DADE COUNTY. FL0HI0A
IN PROBATE
No. 72-245
FRANK B. D0WL1SC
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
JACOB SCHBt HTER
Deceaaed.
To All Creditor- and All 1 L
NOTICE UNDER hlg Claims or Den
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW i Batate:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that You are hereb)
the undersigned, deslrlntr lo tat, ; '" ,pr.-s nt any claim, i .:..;.
in business under the riclltloua .'-'mc | "'iun y..i may > ,y.
of DADE HOUSE APTS, a' M"l s w. :"- "' l;x' '," i" llh-' HTV.lt.!,
T.'ii.l Av.nu.-. Miami. Fla Intenda to IS* Si ,", ""'? pTrtd, .,
ounty JudRi >.| i..,,!. .
file th- same In ilu: lieati j
vlded in Sectii n i -
Utes, In their
Courthouse In Dade foui
within .-i\ calclidai i | -
lime of the first
or the same will I
Dated at Miami. I I
da] of May, \ i> "
Mildred Man u-
As A '
First publication
the .'f day of Mav,
BAKERMAN & SHAPIRO
Attorney for /
reaister said name wiih the clerk of
the cir.uii Court of Dade County,
Florida.
8 i C DEVELOPMENT CORP.
a Florida corporation
Myers, Kaplan, Porter, Levinson &
Kenln
Attorneys for appllcanl
llSfl s \v 1-1 si
Miami, I-'la
9-1 NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEBEItY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring lo engage
in business under Ihe riclltloua name 5n7 Northeast Airline
1 Teletlto at Ififi SW I" Ave., Miami I Miami. Florida
I intends lo register said name with
the Clerk of th. Circuit Court of
Dad. i 'ounty, Florida.
u-v. ;iiicla "opa
MM NW Snd St Miami, Fla
II 9-16-:J-51
.' .-'.'
DEDICATION OF A MONUMENT TO THE MEMORY OF
DAN E NG E L B E R G
will take place Sunday, June 11th at 12:30
AT LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARK
N.W. 25th Street and N.W. 103rd Avenue
with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating.
Friends and relatives are asked to attend.
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Open fury Day Closes' So-bbofh
140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583
Miami's Only Strictiy Jewish
Monument Deolrr
EMANUEL GORDON 1946
HARRY GORDON-1964
IKE GORDON
JAMES B. GORDON
^-jordon jrpmerml owe
Your Jewish Funeral Home
CALL 373-5533
Palmers
Miami Monument Company
3279 S.W. 8th Street, Miami
444-0921 444-0922
Open Sunday thru Friday
Personalized Memorials Custom
Crafted In Our Own Workshop.
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. 72-1C612
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IX ItK: THi: MAHK1AUE UV
DBA.4 \V. IIRorOH,
and
JANIC'K BROI'ISH
T< i: iii:.\\" w itiinroH
> o Mrs Mnnrarel I.a Crnix
17_' Patterson Street
Attleboro, MassH4*husi I
Tor ARE HEHBIIY NOTIFIED >"" "'' required
NOTICE OF AC'ION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE|
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COLRT 0C'<
ELEVENTH JU DICi AL CIRC.
OF FLORIDA. IN tSDF0l|
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO "2- 105C11
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION!
OF MARRIAGE
IN KB:
SAM MEYER, P.
and
1,'iTII MEVElt, lt< i
TO RfTH Ml.
" Neptun< v i
U xMklyn, New Vi li::l
C'O Ruth S
VOI" A1!K HERKIIY Xl'
thai an ai lion for I I
' rlage has been fil

that an action for Dissolullon of Mar- >'"ur written defense" I any. I
riaire has been filed agalnxl vu and "" CHARLES OBHTI Kit,
| you ar. required tn serve a "'ii\ of I *nr Petitioner, whi
your written defenses, if anv ti. h Uncoln Road, Mian
Osr
Funeral Directors
have over
100 years if
combined experience
serving the
Jewish Community.
PARK.-. I OF
ypfy
Call 24 hrs. a day:
864-3774
Recitsented t)
B aibeif runeral Chapel
l*"ie S Blasbert.
Funeral Director
For all NY branches
24 his a day:
896-9000

ifemhr:
National Funeral
Directors Assn.
Florida Funerst
Ptrectnrs .t>.i.
J.r.D.A
865-2353
720 S...r, f sim*
".oia*.
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
720 71st Street (near Indian Creek Drive)
N.Y.C. branches: BRONX 1345 Jerome Ave.. near 170th St.
FOREST HILLS Queens Blvd. at 66th Ave.
Also branches in
BROOKLYN MANHATTAN MONTI CELLO, N.Y.
NASSAU COUNTY VWSTCHESTER COUNTY
PARKSIDE
MEMORIAL CHAPELS, INC.
One of the largest family owned chapels serving Jewish families
Mortimer S Cohen, attorney r..r
1 Petitioner, whose addre* i- 1102 .\ 1
ley Building- 14 V.K. First Avenui
Miami. Florida SS1S2, and file
oriKinul with the i-lerk nf the abovi
sivl.il court on or before June .1" '
172 otherwise .-. default will he n-
reel uralnsl \..u for Ihe relief de-
manded in the cnmnlaint ", petition
Tins notice shall he puhllriied one-e i
h week for four .....>-...,.utiv.- weeks
in THE JEWISH Fl "i:il>> \n
JVITXE8S in-- hand nnd the seal of
^da;-':"';,;:; ?.::t- p,or,do"" M'
E II I EATHERMAX,
\- "lerk. Piri-uii I'oiiri
Dade Cnuntv. Florida
By i: M KIPRKR
As n.i.iiiy Clerk
en. uit 1 "ourl Seal)
5 .; s..i|
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-10433
PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
1 ,v- ,.,- ~. OF MARRIAGE
I '\.! :: Tl" Marriage of
, ANDREW STEFAN', Husband
Petitioner,
and
ANNA STEFAN'. Wife.
Resnondenc
Tn AN'.VA STEFAN
151 Bngle Street
. 'V'1-'1, w.....I. Xew Jersev
nnd file Ihe
1 l-rk of th.- al- v. nl
before June 2th. : :
1I1 fault will be enti
for the r<-li,-f demiti di
plain* or- iniirton
Tni noli.-,- ahall hi I u
a,-li week for four ......utiv
In THE JEWISH Kl nHIPIAN
WITNESS mv hni
anld oourt at Miam
"Srd das of Max 1 I
K n I EATHERMAS,
As Clerk, Clrcui' "':
Dade < 'ounti F
By I. BNEEDEJI
As Demit) <
o!i Conrl Seall
' II v I:I ES OFRTl BR. KSQ
Vttorney for Petitioner
I-" I in. .,ln Road
Miami Reach. Florldi
th
iuls
..llns.- ,,ddi.
-;; :,;,,';; W:,v.><=*. pionda ss,
in. orifrinal with Ihe i-lerk nf
'styled courl on ,,r i.f,,rp
-. otherwise a d< fault will
i-,v..,i ,-'.! 1 "-':""M >"" for the r. lief
i" 'j-d foi in raid net 11 ion
ch weTkfo ~l':'" '" """-'"' "nc*
'thV^sh'-fo^ItTaT'......k^
- ", Kss ",v ,,:""' '""' 'I" seal
;";;;v:..i,;,.,,.. Florida on this
I" n 1 EATHBRMAK
1 i-i,...i.. 1 ;,-,.i, court
Dad< 1 'ountv, Ft.....I .
B) P I". IIM.-I N-p
At I lenuty n.'i-k
1 ir. nil I -,.u,., s. -,l ,
' vl.......1 COHEN
""'I Coral IVnv
Mlnmi I---.
Tel M4-47K1
Mtorne) for P.
t/s.e.Kl
IN THE CIRCUIT COLBT0F
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU
IN AND FOR DADE C0UN".
FLORID*
CASE N0.7>-10500
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IV HE: Thi- Mnrrinei
ROBERT A. SAVAGE,
Petitioner,
and
is mis m. s.w m:i:
DORIS M IIERRINO,
Rpflioiidcnt .
Vlir I'M IRIS M SWAGK
ixiltis M HBRRIN'!
JEAN TERREI-1 I* 'VKIvt-w
Abilene, Teaas ARK HKRKP' J
KIEI to file your
this Dissolution nl M 1 -'
1 'ourfs Clerk nnd nei n 1 ; .,
Petitl......''- Attorney. ^',x **!
g smith. ISIS Cm
Mian... Floridfl on ""',.'''
d-.v nf June. l!>71. el*" lh; ''
Will I"- taken as eonfi '
|i\ti|i \tn\
E 0 1 BATHERM 'N '." ,
By R M i-'-'-i'l-
I... .111 \- 1'
cult Court ;li
NOTICE I NOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LA*
VOTICE IS HEREBY '-MK.\
"- .....l.r-.......1. !.- 3
business under thi I
COTAI. DE> Kl OPXIEN -
00th Court, Miani
n deter said 1 Mm
Ihe Circuit '.ur 1 '' n *
Florida ...,
\ 1 |." I"I >< A SI AKb
I.....Nai-d .1 Kalian
Attnrne) for applicant
1. rluPoni Bulldlns
Miami. Fla.


Friday, June 9. 1972
Jcwistifh>r/dUan
Page 1S-B
MIAMI BEACH
HONORS GILBOA
The City of Miami B-.acl.
.,,-. la honor Moshe Gi'noa,
iho U competing his as-
Ifignmcnl as Southeast Re-
Igion con^ul-g^niml of Israel,
frhursiiaj In ceremonies con-
Iducted by Mayor Chuck Hal!
in his offlee, noo Washing-
|ton Aav., beginning at I0:3o
Mjn.
XhP consul-general, who is
returning to brad for re-
assignment after three years
in Atlanta, will be presented
with a colden key to Miami
Brach, a golden scroll and a
book entitled "Billion Dollar
SiJKlbar: A Biography of
Miami Beach."
unipernik's Adds
ew Restaurant
;yivitrlVo.ikin;r cerehonies will
held Monday at 10:30 a.m. for;
third South Florida Pumper- ]
('. Restaurant and >B:ike Shojs.
">*Be n--\\ SI.") million bulMlng will
at Hallandale Beach Blvd. anil
: 10th Ave. in Hallandale.
[Tt.- new Purnpernik's which win
Wpy a tlmv-acre site, will con-
ii 17.000 sq ft. The restaurant
have a seating capacity o!
Architects C'hanning ."nri Chan-
g ol Miami have designed a
itemporary building ivith woodj
lieled exterior, copper and metai:
ni-ar roof and a covered podes-
,iii verinda leading to a parkin?
,i lor more than 100 cars.
omeno.de Restaurant Adds
cktail Special To Menu
Cocktails for Two'' L; the i.ew-
ndditlon to the Promenade
Ktaurant'g dining menu. Between
mi G:30 p.m., the Promenad*
iffering a carafe ol Martinis and
nhnttans for $l..iO with dinner.
ners can choose from offer-
in eluding roast duck with
ciine glaze and "Seafarer's I
u delectable mix of seafood
wd in a rich wine sauce. And to
ke the evening complete. The
Citano Trio provides music for
ening and dancing.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
I THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-11424
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IK: Tin- Marriage <>f
IKUK8A MADELINE BENDE8,
\ If..
nml
ns UE.YDB8,
luxband
L^outsi Bendee
Mill River
' lyater Bay
I ppcr Brookville
loin: Isliiml City, New Veil.
"I auk HEREBY NOTIFIED
ii an action for Dissolution of Mar-
tin* been Hied acalnal you and
u are required to nerve a copy of
ur written defenaea, if any, i" H
Paul Kwitney. attorney for Petl-
hit. whose address la 439 Lincoln
ni. Miami Reach. Florida, and file
original with the clerk of the
ive atyled court "ii <>r before 12th
lj 1972: otherwlae n defaull will
entered agalnat you for the relief
innnded in the complaint or petition.
"tain notice Khali be published once
h week for four con-aeoutlve weeks
Tin: JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
witness my band and the Heal
il ' day of June. 1972.
K. I! LEATHERMAN.
An Clerk. Circuit CoUrl
Dflde County, Florida
Byt SNEEDEN
An Deputy Clark
mi Court Seali
iltney H Kroop
1 Lincoln Road
n"i Beaoh, Florida
torney for Petitioner
LEtoMl NOTKE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2554
NOTICE TO CREOITORS
In RE: Estate of
ESTHER LAMBERT
Deceaaed.
To ah Credllora and All Peraona Hav-
ing Clalma or Demands Aaalnat Bald
Eiatate:
You are'hereby notified aini'required
to preaent any clalma nml demands
which you may have agalnat the ea-
tale of Bather Lambert deceaaed late
of Dade County, Florida, to the Coun-
ty Judge* of Dade County, and file
the ume in duplicate and as provided
in Section 733.16, Florida Statute*, in
their officea in the County Court-
house in Dade County, Florida, with-
in nix calendar months from the time
of the first publication hereof, or the
name will be barred.
Dated tit Miami. Florida, this isth
day of .May, A.l>. 1978.
Bernard Bhatskln
As Bxecutor
First i>uhti,'ulion of this notice on
the il day of June, 1978.
Mulcolm IT. Friedman
Attorney for Executor
SiMl Douelas lloail
Coral (tallies, Fla.
l/0-tl-tt-ID
LEGAL NOTKE
IEGAI NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL Clr.CvlT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
72-11118
PETITION FOR ADOPTION
IN RE: The Mailer of
i:. C. ft!., a
minor,
TO: Robert Joseph Maple
(Residence unknowiii
Yonr* Rbberr doseph'Slaple'.^fe tiV-re-'
by notified thai a Petition for Adop-
tion has been filed agalnat you. and
you are required to serve a ropy of
your Answer or Plendlnc; to the
adoption on the Plaintiff a attorney,
Myron II. Herman. 8138 Blacayne
Boulevard, Miami, Florida (8137 ami
file the original Answer or Pleading
in the of lie. of the Clerk of the Cir
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-2719
JOHN R. BLANTON
In RB: Batata "t
NOEL P. HANSON
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ami All Persons Hav
lug claims or Demand
Batata:
Yl.u are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have agalnat the es-
tate of noel P. HANSON deceaaed
late of Dade County, Florida, to th.
County Judgea of Dade County, and
file the aame hi duplicate and as pro.
vided in Section 733.16, Florida Statu-
tes, in (heir offices in the County
Courthouse in liade County. Florida,
LEGAL NOTICE
cuit Court on or before the 7 day of J within six calendar months from th
hereof.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Act* of 1941
File No. 72 A 92
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
Ben Boakln holder of City of Miami
Tax Sale Certificate No. 2399 issued
the 2'.ith day of May, A.D. 1969, has
filed s.mie in my office, ami has made
application for a tax deed to he Is-
sued thereon, said Certificate em-
brace* the following deacrlbed prop-
erty In the County of fade, State
of Florida, to-wlt:
l.i.l 144. llea.om Manor. Pint Honk
N Page 181, iii the County of Dade.
siate of Florida,
This deed will he iaaued subject to
ail other outstanding delinquent Coun-
ty taxes and 1971 ('"Unly Taxes and
City of Miami taxes onfl liens
The assessment of said property un-
der th.- said certificate was in the
name of: Clara lee Harrison Life Est
I'nlcss said certificate shall he re-
deemed according to law, (lie prop,
erly decrlhed herein will be sold t.,
the hir-hest bidder for cnah at the
Courthouse door on the first Monday
in the mouth of Julv. 1972, which is
th.- 3rd day of julv. 1972
Dated this :ilst dav of May, lf>72.
!:. It. LBATHERMAX.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida.
By P. F. ni'l.DSTRAND, D.C.
Circuit Court Seal
8/2-9-ll-SI
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2441
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In KB Bali......(
ARON SNITIVKER
Di......ived
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
lllg Claims or Demands Agolnal Said
Estate:
Vou are hereby notified and re-
(luired lo nreaenl any clnlma and de-
mands which you m-iv hive ......In-'
llle esl.lle o! ARON SNITIVKMlt (lC-
ccaaed late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dndp County,
and file the same in dunBcnte a'nd as
provided in Reel Ion 7:i:: Id Florida Bint-
uies. in their offices In Ihe County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
lime of the (o-~t nuhllentiou hereof,
or the same will be barred,
Dated ai Mi-unl Florida, this ::i
da) of M-e v ti '!-
i:i:i.l \ RNTTIVKBR
As i:veeulri\
I'd-i oiii.'i, iiion of this notice on
ill-- 2 ' re...... C I'.e'.-r of
iver, Kaplan, rotter. I .cv In son A
ICelllll
\ I i,,en..\- for r'veeiilrix
I15A S \V. Firsi Streei
r, *-9-1-!3
July. 1978. If you fail to do so, JuiIk-
ment by default will be taken agalnat
you for the relief demanded in the
Petition,
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.OIUDJAN".
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 31 day of .May A.D. W2.
K. B. LEATHEHMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
By: N". A. IIKWKTT
Deputy Oerk
fClrcuit Court Seal)
MYRON It. HERMAN
211'*', Biscaym- TViulevard
Miami. Florida 88187
Attorney for Plaintiff
6/2-!l-lfi--;S
time of the first publication
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 28th
day of May. A.D. V. HARVEY BAXTER
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the Mh day of June. 1972,
BAXTER & FRIEDMAN
Attorneys for Executor
1R7.-. N.E. 103rd St.
North Miami Reach,
Florida 33162
6/!>-U!-23-?.n
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2315
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
DAVE CAPLAN
Isr.-iised.
Agalnat Said To All Creditors and All Persons FLiv-
Ing Claims or Demands Agalnat Raid
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demunda
Which you may have agalnat tlie es-
tate of DAVEsCAPLAN, deceased lato
ol Daile County. Florida, to the Coun-
ty Judgea of Hade County, and filo
the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.16, Florida Stat-
utes, in their officea in the county
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from tho
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated ut Miami. Florida, thla 30
day of -May, A.D. ir>72.
HERBERT CAPLAN
Aa Ancillary Administrator
First publication of this notice ru
the 2nd day of June. 1972.
Breger & Schreiber
Attorney for Ancillary Administrator
IMM N.E. 19th Avenue
North Miami Ueach, Florida
6/2-9-18-23
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
Civil Action No. 72-11098
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RB:
CARLOS r AltRILLO,
Petitioner
JOYCE SPEARMAN CARP.I1.I.O.
Respondent
TO: JOYCE SPEARMAN CARRII.I.O
1182 Dresden I Irive
i BrariOtte, Noi ill Carolina
YOtr ARE HBRBBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar- '
rlnge has been filed agalnal you and
you are required to serve a copy of |
your written defenses, if any. to ii
on RONALD A. ALTER. ESQ. ORO- i
VBR WE1NSTE1N & STAPHER, PA.
attorney for Petitioner, whose ad-
dress Is 3,">(i Ijncnln Koad, Miami
Reach. Florida 83189. nil file the
original with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before July 7. 1972j
otherwlae a default will he entered
agalnat you for the relief demanded :
in the cnmnlalnt or petition.
This notice shall be published onre |
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal nf
said court at Miami. Florida Oil this
31 dav of Mac. 1972
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
As Clerk. Circuit Oonrl
Dnde Countv. Florida
By R. M. KISSEE
As Deputy Clerk
, (Circuit Court Real)
I OROVER WEIN8TEIN A BTAI'BRR,
i P.A.
:tr,o 1 ineoln Road
Miami Bern h. Florida 33139
Attorney for Petitioner
i; :'->i-lfi-2^
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in husin.-ss under the flctltioua name
of CUBA RESTACRANT at lltinr.
Blacayne Blvd. N Miami intends to
regiater anld name with the Plerk ol
lb,- Circuit Court oi Dade County,
Florida.
BVBI.IO HERNANDEZ
i, 9-16-23-30
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-2705 (Dawhng)
In RE: Estate of
LEO It. LOHMAR, JR.
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Agalnat Said
Batata:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have agalnal the es-
tate of LEO 11. l.OII.MAR. JR. de-
ieased late of Dade County, Florida.
to ihe County Judgea of Dade i ounty,
and file the same in duplicate ami a-
provided In Section 7:'-': 16,
Statutes. Iii their offices in the CnUll-
i> Courthouse in Dad. County, Flo-
rida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, ibis Sth
da) of June A D. 1972.
BTHBI. B. LOHMAR
As Executrix
First publication of thla notice on
the 9th day of June. 1:172.
JERRY A. BPRVS
Attorney for Administratrix
90S City National Bank Building
Miami, Florida 33130
fi 9-18-23-10
1
fcs-
9-16-23-3(1
ETCEMETERY
24-HOUR SERVICE
Cemaltft burial and* tuntttA
arrangements far Pelt el all
types, including pick-up service
tautilul Cemetery Ground*
Cremation Servicat
Moderate "rices
VtfHEAV/v
MEMORIAL PARK
_226-738"7
10*01 WcST FLAGLER
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2428 (Blanton)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RB: Estate of
STEPHANIE N. ZABINSK'I
a I. n BSTELLE X ZABINHKI,
I l.-i-.'.lsi-il.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Agalnal Said
Estate:
You an hereby notified and required
to present any clalma and demands
which you may have agalnal the ea-
late of STEPHANIE N. ZABINSKI
a.k II BSTBL1 V. S. ZAIIINSKI de-
reaaed late of Dade County, Florida,
to ihe County Judgea of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from ih*
lime of the first nublleaiion hereof,
or ihe same will he barred.
Dated at \<>\<' Florida, thla -'<
day of May, A.D. 1972.
PATRICIA ZABINSKI
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
the Ii dav of .Iirne. 1972.
JERRY A BIltNS
Attorney for Administratrix
'Mix Citv National Bank Buildinc
Miami." Florida :i:ilSo
6 9-16-33-39
ATTORNEYS!
ATTENTION
FOR MtSStNGM SlUViCt
*. let* Mi ftcrSdlifiin
solicits your legn! noiices
We appreciate your pa-
tronage and guarantee ac
curate service at idea)
rates.
Dial 373-4605
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-1560
In RE: Estate of
.It >SEPI1 K WART
'NOTICE TO CREOITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Agalnat Said
Esiau-:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have agalnat the ea-
tate of JOSEPH KAVART deceaaed
lnle of Dade County, Florida, to the
County Judgea of Dade County, and
fib- llle same In duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.16, Florida Statu-
tes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse In Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of thi- fiisi publication hei.....f,
or the aame will be barred,
Hated ai Miami. Florida, thii
dav of June, A.D. 1972.
LILLIAN" REINER KWART
As Executrix
l-irst publication of ibis notice n
the :nli 'lay of June. 1978.
HENRY NORTON
Attorney for Executrix
1406 Itlscnj ne Bldg.,
Miami. Florida
C 9-16-23-311
2nd
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1835
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
WILLIAM A. S. WHEELER
Deceaaed.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hay-
ing Clalma or Demands Agalnat Said
You are hereby notified and required
to preaent any claims and demands
which you may have au'ainst the es-
tate of WILLIAM A. S. WHKBLBR
deceaaed laie of Dade County. Florida,
to the County Judgea of Dade County,
and file the same in dunlloate and as
provided In Section 788.16. Florida
Slatutes. in their offices in the Coun-
tv Courthouse In Dade Countv. Flor-
ida within si\ calendar months from
the lime of the first publication here-
of, or iic same will he barred
Dated at Miami. Florida. Ibis iMih
day of Mov, A.D. 1972
CHERYL WHBELER
As Executrix
Flrel ntiblii a'lon of this notice on
Ihe 2nd dav of June. 1S72.
MARKI'S, WINTER A spitai.E
Attomevs for Etecurrla
2251 S w 82nd Street
6 2-9-16-28
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-2611
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
In RB: Kstate 01
NH Hi il.AS AH.I1EV aka
Nlcholn E. Adjiev
Deceaaed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Peraona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Agalnal Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any clalma and demauda
which you may hav,- agnfnat ihe ea-
tate of NICI|o|_\S ADJIEV Aka
Nlcholn E. Ad.iii-v deceaaed late of
Dad.- County, Florida, to ihe County
Judgea of Dade County, and file llle
aame In duplicate and as provided in
Section 738.16, Florida Statuti in
1I1. ii- officea In the County Courthouse
in Dade County. Florida, within six
calendar months from the lime of Ihe
first publication hereof, or the aame
Will lie barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, thla 2nd
da) of June. A D. 1978.
CIBRAI D FORMAN
An Administrator
First publication ol this notice on
on the 9th day of June, 1972
FAl'NOE, FINK & FORMAN
1592 Congreaa Rldg., Miami. Fin
ir."2 Congreaa Rldg.. Miami. Fla. 33132
y torney for Petitioner
:.,t-:,471
C. 9-16-38-39
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. 72-11415
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
JOYCE LYNN FRENCH.
Wife,
and
CHARLES A FRENCH,
Husband
TO: OIARI.ES a. FRENCH
-', 1 Ayeri'.'ir Avenue
Paaaalc.NewJeraey
Yor ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an ai-'i-ai for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed agalnal you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any. to it
on Michael P, CHASE, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 1999 S W
Third Avenue, Miami, Florida 3.1129.
and file ihe original with the clerk of
tlie above atyled court on or before
July 11, 1972: otherwlae a default will
he entered agalnat you for the relief
dnvindcd in the comolalnl or petition.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FTORTDIAN.
WITNESS niv hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
Sth dav of June 197"
E. B. I EATHERM.YN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade Countv. Florida
By C P. COPE! \ND
As Dennty Clerk
11 Ircilll t 'onrt svnli
MICH A F.I P ctl \SK
I...... S.W Tb'rd Avenue
Miami. Florida 81188
Ail,,in.\ for Petitioner
I 9-11-23-89
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-3677
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
CARL OL'IDICE, Husband,
and
ANNE QfJIDICB, Wife. 1
To: A.N.Ni;iilll)ICE
.-,1111 North Fourth Street
Harrison. .New Jersey
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
Florida 1 thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed agalnat you and
you art* required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it
on Richard I, Kroop, attorney for Pe-
titioner, whose address is Kwitney &
Kroop, Il'ii I.in, obi Road. Miami Bench,
Florida, and file the original with
the clerk of th.- above atyled courl
.....r before July 12. 1972: otherwise
1 defaull will be entered agalnat you
for the relief demanded in Ihe com-
plaint or petition.
This until-.- shall be published oneo
each week for four conse.-utive weeks
in Till: JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
1 dav of June. 1972.
I-: It LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By 1 8NEEDEN '
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal) ""
Richard 1 Kroop
Kwitney Kroon
42" I ineoln Road
Miami Reach. Florida
Attorney for Petltli
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the underalgned, deeding to engage
in business under the flCtltlOU* names
of
CAI EN TRAVEIj
A AAARTHl'R CREIVE CENTER
at 8976 N E. 295th St. North Miami
Reach, Fla. intends to register said
natnea with the Clerk of the circuit
court of Dob County, Florida,
MAX INF. i;.\l.EN
1, 2-9-16-88
6 9-Hi-2.1 -89
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 Ki: THE MARRIAGE OF
WILLIAM A. I1ITTI.0FF, '
Husband. '
and
MARTHA MARIE DITTLOFF,
Wife
TO: MARTHA MARIE DITTIjOFF
89 Mullen Avenue
VYanaque, New Jeraey 97465
Yor ARE HEREBY .NOTIFIED
lhal an action for Dissolution of Mar-
rlnge has 1.....11 filed agalnat you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenaoa, if any, to it
on I. it. MAYERS, attorney for Peti-
tioner, whose address is 550 Seybold
Rullding, Miami. Florida 32138, Ulul
file the original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or before
July 7. 1972; otherwise a default will
be entered agalnat 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 FI.oi'.miAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
Bald cowl at Miami, Florida on this
3D day of May. 1972.
i: 1! 1 EATHERMAN.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade Countv. Florida
By It. M. KISSEE
As Depot}' Clerk
(Circuit Courl Seal!
1. R. MAYEHS. 1 :.,'
-...' Seybold Rullding
Miami. Florida 88132
Attorney for Petitioner
C'2-9-16-2::
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2069 (Primm) I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS '
In RE: Estate of '
MAYEI! SPENCER
Deceaaed,
To All Creditors and All Persons Har-
ing Claims or Demands ARalnst Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
to preaent any claims and demands
Which you may have agai'nst the es-
tate of MAYEK SPENCER deceased
late of Dade County. Florida, to the
County Judgea of Dade County, and
file the same in dunlicnte and as pro-
vided in Section 733.16. Florida Stat-
utes, in their offiees in the County
Courthouse in Dnde County. Florida.
within -i\ calendar months from tlie
lime of the first oublieatiou hereof, or
the same will he barred,
Dated al Miami. Florida, this 28th
day of April \ D 1972
NED A KPEVCKi:
As Administrator CTA
Flral publication of this notice on
Ihe 26 dav of May 197 '
RAKERVAN SHAPIRO
Bv: PAI'l K VfARCUS
Attorney for Ned A Spencer
Administrator CTA
"."7 Nnrthenal Airllnea Bldg
Miami, Fla.
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