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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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"OFewilslh Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
(olume 45 Number 24
Miami. Florida Friday, June 16, 1972
Three Sections Price 20c
FOR POSSIBLE NEW KAMIKAZE9 ASSAULT
11 West European Airports On Alert
PARIS (JTA) All West
[European airports have been
put on a state of alert following
teports that a small group of
Japanese kamikaze volunteers
were preparing an attack
gainst an Israel-bound plane,
|t was reported this week.
In Copenhagen, Danish au-
horltiea were informed that a
p-oup of members of the Japa-
nese Red Army, three of whose
Members were responsible for
jtho May 30 massacre at Lydda
Airport, were planning to attack
an Israel-bound plane at the
Copenhagen Kastrup Airport.
In response to the threat, au-
thorities ordered armed guards,
police and soldiers ktationed
along the tarmac and in the
Ka-strup terminal building. The
Israeli ambassador to Denmark,
Moshe. Leshem, said in a tele-
vision interview that local au-
thorities were "fully aware of
the situation" and could handle
any danger.
At Paris' Orly Airport, hun-
dreds of airport police and border
::;,,.....
Reports Indicate Two
Dogfights Near Suez
SPOKESMAN SAYS
President
IDid Discuss
I Soviet Jews
NKW YORK (WNSi Hor-
rt Klein, the White House di-
eclor of Communications, said'
n a local radio program here
|r-at President Nixon "did dis-
i the issue of Soviet Jewry
i'n! American concern was made
own to all top Soviet leaders
and those on lower levels" cur-
the Moscow summit talks
last month.
In Moscow, the President's
Ivisor of national se-urity af-
- Dr. Henry Kissinger, hai
Y'''<' newsmen that the President
j'"T! 'mentioned" the Issue dur-
', the summit talks.
n. John V. Tun^ev, fl speaking at a UJA din-
in Seattle last week, said,
does not appear '.hat the
sldent even raised :he issue
the treatment of Jews by
Soviet government." If the
sident did raise the issue, "he
kept it a well guarded se-
" he said.
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By Special Report
The first aerial clash since the
Middle East ceasefire became
effective 22 months ago took
place Tuesday, with Israeli and
Egyptian fighters battling above
the Mediterranean Sea north of
claiming to have shot down two
the Suez Canal, and each side
enemy planes.
Cairo and Tel Aviv issued con-
flicting reports which seemed to
indicate there may have been
two separate dogfights. The Is-
raeli report placed the time at
noon, while Cairo's statement
said 4:20 p.m.; the location, ac-
cording to Israeli spokesmen,
was 25 miles north-northeast of
Port Said, off the coast of the
occupied Sinai Peninsula, but
the Egyptian report placed it
ninth of the coastal resort of
Ras-El Barr.
Egypt claimed eight of its
MIG-21 interceptors tangled
with 1 Israeli Mirages, and that
two were shot down and two
others damaged, but did not in-
dicate whether any of its planes
were lost or damaged.
According to the Israeli re-
port, it was a patrol of Ameri-
can-built F-4 Phantoms that
was intercepted; two Egyptian
MIG-21s were shot down and
their pilots were seen parachut-
ing into the sea.
guards have been checking all
passengers and luggage. Passen-
gers are required to pass indi-
vidual personal checks during
which their pockets are searched
and luggage opened for exami-
nation.
A JTA reporter who flew in
from Geneva Sunday reported
that such checks were being ap-
plied to all Air France passen-
gers, including those flying Euro-
pean lines only. An Air France
official said these precautions
were considered necessary be-
cause passengers might board a
plane for a European destination
and transfer en route where they
will no longer be searched.
It was recalled that the three
Japanese gunmen who com-
mitted the massacre at Lydda
Airport boarded an Air France
plane at Rome, where there was
no check of passengers or luggage.
k i? Jordan Rejects
Arab Transport
Union's Demands
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
Jordanian Transport Union has
rejected a decision of the Arab
Transport Union headquarters
in Cairo calling on all member
states to take a united stand
aeainst the U.S. Pilots Associa-
tion if the latter carries out a
threatened air boycott of coun-
tries harboring hijackers, it was
reported here.
The Arab Transport Union
sent cables to afl Arab member
unions for a counter-boycott of
U.S. air transport to and from
Arab states. In its reply, the
Jordanian union said it w mid
not take part in any such uni-
fied action.
The Jordan!an union was ex-
pelled at a recent meeting in
Cairo after it had profited the
boycott imposed by other Arab
nations on Joiv'an and the .-"los-
ing of their frontiers with Jor-
dan which followed the crack-
down by King Hussein on ter-
rorists in his kingdom last year.
The boycott was lifted and
then reimposed after King Hus-
sein announced his plan for a
federation of the East and West
Banks of Jordan.
FOR ESTABLISHMENT OF JOINT TRADING COMPANY
Pact With Japanese Firm Signed
TEL AVIV (JTA) Israel's
:argest industrial holding com-
pany, the Histadrut-owned Koor
Industries, has signed an agree-
ment with the giant Japanese
firm of Koichi Ishikawa for the
establishment of a joint trading
company to develop commerce
between the two nations and to
expand their commerce in other
Parts of the world, particularly
Africa.
The contract was signed by
Meir Amit, general director of
| Koor, and Koichi Ishikawa. presi-
dent of the Japanese concern.
Israeli circles hailed the deal
a* a major economic and politi-
cal breakthrough for Israel.
The Japanese firm has con-
nections with large steel plants
and will enable Israel to import
steel at much lower prices than
it pays now. Economic circles
here said the agreement would
result in the doubling of Israeli
imports from Japan to about
$100 million as early as next
year.
Another immediate effect of
the agreement will be to increase
the importance and hence the
development of Eilat, Israel's
Red Sea port and its major out-
let for trade with Africa. Asia
and the Far East. Eilat will
serve as the port of entry for
the re-export of finished prod-
ucts.
The Japanese connection is
At Geneva and Zurich airports,
planes are now parked far from
the air terminals and passengers
are required to pass a metal
detecting device. Police armed
with submachineguns surround
a.I planes from the moment they
land until they take off. Cus-
toms officials and police search
all passengers and luggage at
Rome's Fiumicino Airport.
Stringent precautions are also
in effect at Athens airport where
jeeps with police bearing ma-
chincguns at the ready patrol
the airport and soldiers are
guarding all planes. Armed
guards are stationed in the pass-
port control and luggage de-
livery rooms, and passengers
a^e being required to land or
board planes one at a time.
also expected to assist the en-
try of Israeli products into the
Japanese market. Koichi Ishi-
kawa, which has commercial
outlets in 32 Japanese cities, is
especially interested in breaking
into African markets where
Koor industries already has sub-
stantial outlets.
Practically, the agreement
was seen here as oreaching the
Arab League boycott uf Israel,
which has kept many Japanese
firms from entering into large
scale business relations with Is-
rael. Mr. Amit is a former
Haganah commander and for-
mer head of the Israeli Secur-
ity Services.
Whatfc happening here...
Mr. Russell Mr. levy
REPORT TO THE COMMUNITY
The Greater Miami Jewish Federotion's 1972 Combined Jewish
Appeal-'.srael Emergency Fund campaign is leading the nation in
percentage oi increase over gifts pledged last year.
This dramatic increase is also reflected in the Women's Division.
Across the nation, women's divisions arc averaging an increase of 23.
over last year's gifts. In Miami, the figure is 52. making our
area the national leader in women's division campaign increases.
The 1972 CJA-IEF campaign stands at S3,724,809. last year,
these same donors produced $4,984,788 which represents an in-
crease of 75%.
We havj also mounted a major Phon-A-Thon at the Federation
building. Members of the leadership Cabinet of !00 have been donal-
ing several hours a day (between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m. in an effort to
contact those people who contributed last year but have not yet made
a 1972 pledge to the CJA-IEF.
In only a few days, 60 gifts with a vatas of 591,200 wore produc-
ed. This has been such a successful venlure that the Phon-A-Thon
will be continued for an indefinite period.
We arc heartened and impressed by the response of
our Jewish communitythe fifth largest in the nation
which has rallied in such a way as to make this cam-
paign the most successful in history and also one of the
most successful nationwide.
Miami deserves to feel a deep personal pride .
but we urge that this be followed by a moment of re-
flection on the fact that there's no end to Israel's con-
tinued need for security, (as witnessed by the May 30
massacre of innocent people at Tel Aviv's lod Airport),
continued support of 'srci I s missive absorption program
and the increased financial needs of Federation's own 38
local and national agencies.
While much of the drama of the 1972 campaign-
centers on the mass Exodus of Russian Jews to Israel,
this should not overshadow the vital programs of federa-
tion's agencies.
0r elation over Russian migration has not watered-lown our
efforts an behalf of Jewish education or the aged who ore served in
a unique way and setting at Douglas Gardens, or vocational rehabili-
tation which is available to the Jewish community at the Jewish
Vocational Service.
Yet, we're successful. But the campaign will not be over until
very Jew in the Greater Miami area looks deeply into his heart ond
makes peace with his conscience.
ROBERT RUSSEll, President
HARRY A. (HAP) LEVY,
Campaign Chairman
Greater Miami Jewish Federation's
1972 Combined Jewish Appeal
and Israel Emergency Fond Campaign.


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WITHOUT SPENDING A DIME!
Fund* earned by the Jewish Home for the Agetjl
Thrift Shop at 7300 N.W. 27th Avenue, in Miami,
re an important part of the Home's operating
income.
Won't you help the Home today by contributing
items for resale at the Thrift Shop?
Do you have furniture, appliances, beddina
cameras, clothing, sporting goods or any other
saleable merchandise which you no longer need
or can use?
Do you know someone, a friend or a neighbor,
who is redecorating? Perhaps a hotel, an apart.
ment house. Tell them about our Thrift Shop.
Douglas Gardens has serious financial needs,
since 70 of its 222 residents are public welfare
recipients. With increased operating costs, and
public assistance payments in Florida the lowest
of all states, the Home urgently needs your help
to maintain its high quality care. May we count
on your support?
Just phone 696-2101 and arrange for our truck
to pick up your merchandise.
And remember contributions to the Thrift
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The Douglas Gardens family residents,
Board and staff thank you.
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Chairman
Thrift Shop Committee
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ickry.June 16. 1972
"JtfwIstfflorMtort
PHON-A-THON
Page 3-A
Major Effort Mounted
In CJA-IEF Campaign
A major Phon-A-Thon effort has.
Lt>n mounted on behalf of the,
h|T;_> CJA-IEF campaign.
Members of the Leadership Cab-
jpei ( 100 have been spending
leverai hours each day between j
i a.m. and 9 p.m. in the Greater
liami ." wish Federation building.
2C0 Biuayne Blvd. They are call-1
jig members of the community i
kiho made pledges between $1,0001
and $9^99 to the CJA-IEF last .
L;ii but have not yet made ;heii ;
0972 pledge.
Members of the Leadership Cab-
in, i who have donated their time
Tts to the Phon-A-Thon j
includi William Agranove, L. Jules
Aikin. '"'avid P. Catsman, Morton
peekji baum, David B. Fleeman,
Joseph 'I'olr'en. Xormnn Goldstein
Pr. E] 'ii Gordon. Leon Kaplan
r'red Katz, Dr. Irving Lehrman.
Jerry Lelchuk, Harry A. lHap I
I..'\y. Herb Login, Morton Mar-
Bis. Dr Jack Mishkin. Stephen
Mil-, ,'ack S. Popick. Samuel
Rabin. Hubert Russell. Federutior
presidert, Martin Sadkin, Nei'
Schiff Robert Shapiro. Edith I
Sicscl Robert Siegel, Morton Sil
Run Singerman, Fred
Stom Marvin Stonherg, Jerry
- Eli Timoner ind Milton
Robert Russell
AI tends Retreat
' Russell, president of the
lr ii Miami Jewish Federation
alien' the recent United Jewish
\ Executive Committee Re-
Ireal Williamsburg, Va., where
Is complex problems with
special emphasis on immigratior
and nKorption and camnaitm ac-
ivitii were the topic of discus-
ion.
L'nii Jewish Anpea) general]
-. Paui Zuckermau, who
1 the conference, paid.
Although the 1972 campaian is
the n i -t successful fund-raisine
:i United Jewish Appeal
i>-;. the sums raised are not
are with the tremendou*
reds of Israel's people.
70,000 new Immigrants ex-
ihis year must look to us
in nic' our full responsibility for
Hi. a whelming cosi of theii
absorDtion," Mr. Zuckerman de-
Thi meeting.'" he added, "in
which v examine the total rang.
ol humanatarian needs, cuiTeni
programs to meet them and pre-
lected future requirementa, Is on
wa; i mobilize our leadership.
lorniulate our idea- and put .hem
Into ai -ion."
The Retreat program also of-
fered an In-depth analysis of the
Soviet Union's policy toward Jew-
ish Immigration and minority
groups nn,l the Middle East by
Prof, John Armstrong of th De
paitment of Poitical Science, Uni-
rersity of Wisconsin.
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Enthuaiatm and progreu is visi-
ble on a bar-graph which has been
set up In the Phon-A-Thon room
Participants' names are listed an<'
the dollar value of the pledges
they secure are entered.
"This has been a very successful
approach," said Mr. Levy, who i
chairman of the 1972 campaign
"As of June 8. we had secured 60
gifts with a value of $91,200. Last
year these same gifts were worth
$70,960. In addition, 25 lifts have
been promised to as which last
year had a value of $1G.9C0."
There are still 227 people to be
contacted by the Cabinet. Ac-
cording to what these people
pledged in 1971, these gifts repre-
sent a minimum of $o37.000 to
the campaign.
"The 1972 CJA-IEF campaign
now stands at $8,724,809," safc
Mr. Levy, 'making this our mas:
successful year. There are still
5.675 individuals who made 1971
pledges of less than $1000 and
have not made their 1972 pledge.
to the CJA-IEF. These gifts rep-
resent approximately S4C7.000 and
we will be contacting these people
soon."
Break In Hurok Bombing
Case Expected This Month
NEW YORK (JTA) The firs-
break in the Hurok bombing case
is expected to occur by month's
end, the JTA has learned. Three
members of the jtwi.sn Defense
League have been subpoenaed to
appear in Federal Court June 30.
Their lawyer, Barry Ivan Slo'nick
of Manhattan, declined to identify
them other than to say two are
i male and one is female.
A Jewish secretary was killed
and lour people were injured in
an explosion Jan. 26 in the offices
of Sol Hurok, the Jewish impres-
ario. Anonymous callers, referring
to Hurok's importation of Soviet
artists, told news me.'ia: 'This
culture destroys millions of .Tews.
Cultural bridges of friendship will
not be built over the bodies o(
Soviet Jews. Never Again." Al-
though "never again" is the JDL
slogan, the group denied respon-
Cibllity, deplored the incident and
suggested it was the work ot
"Communist provocateurs."
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A rummage sale al the YM-
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project will help raise funds foi
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information, contact Helen Vignali
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Number 24
Organizations Oppose Proposals
-ae aicxx >ewish a:.^ Trrr.sics. despce Jewish votag
P^5^* lfcjTWajlira I the rr*:-i-w coahane 1c -~-fr-; -
caac in opposiaoa cam-busing proposals. Mhataai
tarooca coaeacmecs of the CoasSaaoo or Cocgressiooca
Most %, nine of the re&gioas and McsJar aega-
aixoaton* rjeeseoasd ae views of the National ]ewkh Coxn-
maniry rWriocs Advisory Council in tM&aaov before o
CocgreesioBci rrrmrnee As NCRAC sees it the issue u
the twin objectives of maegsanon end quatey issssMtM
whx axe mdrv-hnhae Without busing to the extent re-
quired, those goals cannot be et\. mod, in the view of
NCRAC.
One Of History's Great ironies
T&e Soviet Minister of Culroxe. questioned by correspon-
cents about schoois where children coaJd be aught Yid-
dish or Hebrew, responded by pointing oat that in fee
Uahed Svnes there is Irtie literature in Yiddish or Hebrew.
Her truesaoc. "Why do you reprocch us when in your
owa counay h is worse than wiih us?, begs the issue, of
DSSjB*m Bat ^ does raise for American Jews free to here
scnocts of their own where the traditional languages are
HTughl free to develop c literature in Yiddish and Hebrew
die question of heery imposed neglect of Jewish cuTure
- educaaoc.
In a real sense, the governmetii-impased plight of
the Russian Jews poses s chcdJeage to those of us ir. the
free world, h would be one of history's greet ironies that a
culture which has endured the oppression of thousands
of years would be lost because we are free to take h or
leave it.
No Simple Answers
Jewish pcrtic-lpction in the movement toward ere trier
ethnic identification and. possihiy, to greater ethnic seg-
regation, could have been expected in the light of the
hostility toward Jews which was maaiiest in the risir.~
self-identity of other Tmrntjty groups.
There is much to be said in fcrvor of a course wHch
would redress what became an imbalance between the
aaditioncl Jewish concern for universal values and con-
cern for solely Jewish problems. But a program, cs advo-
cated by some resporasible cad radical Jewish leaders.
which would lead to Jewish segregation and. ia the
words of a more moderate, "reduce America to c Balkan-
ized nation, rigidly segregated and ultimately eafeebled
by apartheid" is one which must be avoided.
There are ao simple answers of right or wrong on
many of the issues which threaten tensions among various
minorities but we agree with Rabbi Marc Taanenbaum s
view that Jewish spokesmen who are urging the buikhna
of a middlegiound position are not in any way oomprisina
the legitimate iaterests of the Jewish community. Opposi-
tion to imposing quotas for jobs and schooling based on
race, sex or national interest is part of that middlegxcuad
because those proposals are reverse discrimination and
ia the long run prove a disservice to those minorities which
might have a short-term gain. Yet. it must be recognized
mat special measures are required to enable certain
groups to enter the mainstream of American society mH
that it is in the Jewish interest to support those measures.

LOS AXGELES I
Gcr.cs lass.
thescseie- ~-~.-- _--
that caaoot be c
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Gov George 2stwj
sa has baspita: > I MarrfcsBd.
^itiiy beasts the McGorem
-ji wrtfi slit hi bi .-
SKtency And tbry ir-r ,-'?
r _.-.: > = .r:~-i
Tim TXTJ. TOU. ..' I
:
^rs = -nd over fasck-
T>.-i :: z-i =.-_=:.r t: -.Vr ".Val-
ia re ^-yy* t tae Deuumtie
cwner.tix-. 3ol at aL-nort the
sarre breath a= stated in the
ias; report it. this space, the
rr-Aitermnsds aiso t*H you :-*:
they atanot aeeeesl the Mc-
jovern deie^at^a from doing
what they choose to Gov Wat-
iace aad hs peopte. What i*ej-
chooft; iS be ug!y.
Eves so. the rrarterrr.ir.ds have
not yet taken the trae meainre
of then- Wallace pcooim. In
paraartar. they keep saycie,
boeefuttr. that Gov. Wallace
can easuy nn as a thard-party
canchdate in at ieast -t5 states.
They naeea that tbey are rery-
ic upon WaOace to tafce some
Deep Sooth electoral votes away
frarr President Xixoa ia the No-
vrr.ber eiectkn. Their rebasoe
is sadly naspiaced. iwtwi.
IX STCH MATTEXs. acts
speak kMder than words. Gov.
Wallace would have acted long
since :.' he had ever had the
smallest intention of responding
to a hortiie Democrat:; co-
tton by InaciaVB another tbird-
pa.-r>- car*i2te The firs-. p!aces
he would have acted too. would
i A.a.-^i.T^ Ge
:. iana zrA Ar-
.-.* carrie; i n
: -
I" ^ BOW zrr-.:-.'- tO
Gov Wa] are
-.. bave no pen :' aiq drird-
- -. -
-.---..-. .- those five Southern
l- Ali-.i.Tji jov v.'ai-
Ssce's own off!
.-.ed sa;.-s 'There
way the \ >trr can -- at I
h ar. indeaend
IN ALABAMA. IO be
v.';.. bt make a way to
pet the baBM by ca
-
rgie Is ever n Inter-
:-: i :--.-. .: 100.-
1 -r-:?nauire would
- :. --. by mid-June to
alkr- a repeat of the ?overnor's
lacy of four years -azs
To secure such a petition in
Georgia- Wallace would obvi-
ously have to pass the word from
his hospttai bed tomorrow morn-
^-.?. Instead, during th? winter.
he let his closest friends in
Georgia know that this time he
as going to send them a mes-
sage" without resorting to a
third-party movement.
IX MISSISSIFTI and Louisi-
aca. the Wa^ace leaders have
agam had no orders to get him
oc the ballot, although it would
be easy m these two states. So
that .eaves only Arkansas, where
third-party preparations have in
fart been made without instruc-
tions from the governor, for lo-
cal reasons
Most of the Wallace leaders
lac South who proviJed these
facts
that
,y volunteered
-;: -:- follo-v.-rs
eota to Preatdeat Nixon directly
if the Democratic nominee prov-
ed to be Sen McGovern. G-o-ze
If the Jews car. be ehararter-
tzed as-he People of the Book."
Bebtew DaiauaHy ii
the encyeJopeaaa of the Jewish
peop.e 1- : -. and
-- of hizher
iearr..rr -.. die la ale .:* SOtb
anr.iv: navy :: activi academic
a : rl-:
Its main ca-.p-^s ar.i Oat fcst
."ersity -v.^i
.7. aft Seopej hi lenssalem,
-r^r>linj -- aatsnttloBBl -.iew
TtA New Editor
ley of the Dear Sea. and .he
as of Moab But. u:
the pagan Greek gods who dwelt,
te and apart, on Mt. Olym-
pus the students and faculty of
the Hebrew University who re-
M Mt. Scopus return to
their peoole to take their places
la every facet of Jewish life.
"The Hebrew University is not
.iic m-orew University of
Jerusalem. It is the university
of the Jewish people. It be-
longs -o all Jews all over the
ill the chief flgun -
ana. has said round!y
party names McGo-.err Si
-e-y ...-;-.
ote in the South."
THAT I XOT mrpi
either, considering the met
loyed in the South bj
- BtsMng McGosTr. org
In Louisiana for ii
--- :: o-Atn arcaaaae
the distnet caucuses to
y -hat McGovern will
the overwhetnir.g rr^i
the state*i 4" Deaaocrati
ventiM celegates.
The job was done by 11 d
professors at Louisar.a -
University to Hew Orleans ?. >.
ert Denhardt and Jay H
To Illustrate how it eat
Orleans parish, which .
city of New Orleans. ha 44 i
registered Democrats Ye- the
McGo\em people took all .-a
delegates with 125 students end
other academic types at the un-
attended party caucus. Among
the vast majority of New Or-
leans Democrats, the caurus-
packing tactics have understar.d-
ably left a bad taste.
AD UP TC hard facts,
then. It is not easy to do :r. the
peculiar atmosphere of the Cali-
fornia primary. But the hard
facts say that no amount of
brilliant organizing is goini to
prevent Sen. McGovern losing
the Souths 147 electoral
to the President, along with
most of the border state votes
as weJL
You ask then the MfcGoveir
masterminds what would hap-
r. the North, if WaUaoe lis )
ended corning out for Nixon.
'Tha- would be really bad.
say. And the facts indicate
ever, -his U ar. even I
MURRAY ZUCKOFF
a r Samuel Rothberc -
aspiring and ti- -
chairman of its board of -
crnors stated recently as be
cussed its history'. ooBtributi
and future in an interview.
Among the institutior.'s |
concerns, he observed, a:
stimulate Jewish education in
the Diaspora, combating tin
sion of Jewish identity; to pr -
vide young Jews from a
with an opportunity to study in
J> rusaJem so that they may
either build their lives there or
prepare for a deeper Jewish life
in the Diaspora: and to join in
Israel's basic task '.he elimi-
nation of cultural disadvanta^--
To the average American, ind
even to some American Jews.
the Hebrew University is not
much more than the name of
an institution of higher learn-
ing. But the history of the Uni-
versity and the cope and I
of its courses, research and train-
ing programs, are inextricab >'
bound up with the history' -
Palestine and Israel, from the
strife of pre-statehood days, the
holocaust in Europe, the aeony
of war and bloodshed since 194*.
the immigration of Jews from
war-torn Europe and oriental
countries and today the imrr.i-
"-ation of Jews from Russia.
Each event in the life of the
Jewish people during these '-
ades has left an Indelible Inv
preaaton on the activities of the
university and the activities >:
the university have, in turn
their impact on the life of w >rld
Jewry,
The uniqueness of the He
University lies in its a*nM '
the diversity and multi-faceted
Continued ee Page 12-A


Friday. June 16. 1972
fJenisti iktrMMsun
Page 5-A
Murray Regional Director,
American Friends Of H-U
Harry (Hap) Levy, president
{ the Greater Miami Chapter of
American Friends of the Hebrew
University, announced the ap-
pointment of A. Harold Murray
85 director of the Florida state
region of American Friends of
the Hebrew University at a spe-
cial leadership meeting held last
Sunday at the home of Mr. and
|ln. Richard Levy.
Mr. Murray, who served a.
president of the Association of
Jewish Community Relations
Workers of the United States and
a member of the social work facul-
ties of Ycshiva University and
Columbia University, New York
City, and Fairleigh Dickinson Uni-
versity, Teaneck. N.J., "brings a
wealth of organizational experi-
ence to American Friends," said
>lr. Levy.
Mr. Murray was previously con-
nected with a wide spectrum of
Jewish community organizations
including positions with American
Jewish Committee, the Educa-
tional Alliance, a New York-based
educational corporation, the Unitea
Jewish Appeal of Hackensack.
N.J., and Jewish Welfare Division
cf Canton. Ohio. Most recently he
'served as executive director of the
YM-YWHA of Bergen County.
K.J.
Mr. Murray graduated from the
University of Toronto, and ob-
tained his M.S.A. degree from
Western Reserve University in
Ohio. He was a member of the
executive committee and planning
committee for the historic inter-
denominational conference on Re-
ligion and Race in Chicago in 1962.
a consultant to VISTA, and a
member of the Special Jewish
Welfare Board Survey Commis-
sion directed by Dr. Oscar I.
Janowsky.
Mr. Murray is deeply Involved
in cultural educational programs.
He was responsible for an Ameri-
can Jewish Committee leadership
mission to Israel in 1965 which
was in the framework of a spe-
cial study mission program at the
Hebrew University.
Membership Of
Simcha Lodge
Aged 18 To 25
Accnr."ipc to Jack Glick. Su-
preme Lodee Regional member-
ship director. Simcha Lodge, now
,r\ formation, is the first such !odgo
to be made up of colleee students
and professional members, ages
18 to 25.
At the recent Triennial B'nai
B'rith Convention in Philadelphia
delegates from all over the world
voted to lower the age of B'nai
B'rith applicants to 18.
They are not, of course, confined
to lodges of this age category:
they can join any lodge. Mr. Glick
says, however, that this is the
first lodge in Florida with age
omits of 18 to 25.
A meeting of Simcha Lodge
members was held this week at
7400 SW 114th St. The speaker
was Barry Gurland. an experienced
B'nai B'rith worker from the
Philadelphia area.
The Greater Miami regional of-
fice of American Friends of the
Hebrew University, reinforced by
Mr. Murray, will be better equip-
ped to meet the challenge of Israel,
the Jewish people, and the He-
brew University of Jerusalem
the broader aims of American
Friends of the university, Mr.
Levy said.
American Friends of the Hebrew
University, incorporated in 1931,
is the American Jewish commun-
ity's organizational arm in fun-
neling support to the university.
which was founded in 1925. The
Greater Miami regional office is
located in Suite 319, 605 Lincoln
Rd.. Miami Beach. Fla. 33139.
Rabbi Caplan To
Attend Conclave
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan of Skv
I.ake Synagogue will attend the
Fallsburg, N.Y. convention of th<-
1.000-member Rabbinical CouncP
of America next week. Theme of
the conclave will be "The **ocio-
loglical Changes in Our Society
and How to Meet Them."
Rabbi Caplan. a member of the
Council's national executive com-
mittee, is a graduate of Yeshiva
University. His first pulpit was
that of the first Orthodox congre-
gation in Miami, now known ac
Congregation Beth El.
Rabbi Caplan left Miami in 1933.
he returned in 1954. and now hac
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and the Unitedi States after the
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vkwIslifhric&H)
Friday, June 16 1972
Ralph Cohen Newly Elected
President Of Ampal-Israel
"Sentimenl i< no longer the
reason for Investing in Israel," said
RalpfcGnhcn. newly elected presi-
dent of Ampnl-Ami-rioan Israel
Corporation after his anpointment
to the presidency of ;he invest-
ment and finance company rvhieh
hH chaniH'led over S:00 million
to I'conomic enterprises in Israel.
"The new generation of invest-
< ten ; to compare invosiment.--
in Irael with thop in the United
States and other countries nniinrt
the uorld and to look for the b^sl
n I irn they can ijet on he dollar.
Unlike their pa'-ents, who wen
motivated by a deep Zion:-; ai-
tachmant to Israel and all i; =toori
for, they tend to look to Israel'.'
courage and enterprise, her his;!:
employment rate an" concentra-
1 n of brain power to guarantee
the soundness of their investment."
14V. Cohi .'i. a native of Bridge-
port. C'o:in.. has held several ini-
j>o:Uuit jKi-ts with Ampal, bJth
here and in Israel, over the pasi
20 years. His election to the presi-
dency of Ampal represents th"
"ehanyiiiK of the guard'' typical
of many israei-oriented Institu-
tions whose founders and leaders
will reach retirement age at th"
time of Israels 25th anniversary
Mr. Cohen sueceeds Abrahan-
Dickenstiin who pioneered the Am-
pal concept an.-' led the f-orporntion
for the first M) years of its wist-
ence. Mr. Dickenstein will now
become chairman of its board of .
directors.
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    Ldoy.JunelS. 1972
    vJewlstiflcrldnain
    Page 7-A
    letters to the editor
    niTOR, The IvtrUh felMilMi!
    IThe International Rod Cross
    Iiri'i bM accused the Israeli fov-
    Lront of abusing their confi-
    y-c and using their agency for
    i mm iwrposes. These accusa-
    Y/cre made by the IRC in
    Section with the dramatic anrl
    [ave action of the Israeli para-
    n rescuing the pa>sen-
    t,. of the Sabena Airline at Tel
    when the Arab terrorists
    | to kill them.
    . : il is nothincr, new, nor
    I jurprisii g tor the IRC to take
    such an attitude In matters con-
    cerning Jewish affairs, since their
    prejudices are a matter of previ-
    ous record resulting in dire and
    disastrous consequences for the
    Jews.
    As your tV.itoriaT rigfTtiv
    ing the lot of the endangered Jew- j
    ish communities of Syria and other
    Arab countries where confiscation
    torture, rape and murder are en-
    thusiastically perpetrated in the:
    name of anti-Zionism.
    -igfTtiy pointed I It is astonishing'fTser. that the
    "h to.,nis day ,he IRC has "ever IRC would use the Sabena Airline!
    incident to attack the Israeli gov-
    ernment for trying to save the
    lives ol these people. Jews cannot
    trust the IRC methods since they;
    continually prose their tragic i
    failures in fulfilling their humani-
    tarian duties. One should only j
    remember that the irresponsible
    statements Issued by the IRC" dur-!
    ing the Nazi holocaust were alsi
    responsible for the deportation an:t j
    murder of millions of Jews by the
    Nazis, when they reported that
    Jews in the extermination camps
    were well off, instead of protest-
    ing this genocide.
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    Miami lleurh

    Attorney Harvey Ruvin has
    en nominated by the Key
    scayne Jaycees for the state-
    ice Florida Jaycee Good Gov-
    ment Award for 1972. He is
    otJy person to have re-
    lived this Jaycee recognition
    ith as a private citizen and
    hile serving in public office.
    officially recognized (he Magen
    David Adorn (the Red Cross count-
    erpart in Israel) regardless of the
    fact that they complied with all.
    requirements that the IRC set j
    forth for their organizations. Iron-
    ically, at the same tim, the IRC
    headquarters in Geneva has rec-
    ognized all Arabian "Red Cres-
    cent" organizations.
    One cannot always blame the
    j IRC for their inability in carrying
    j out important human" missions.
    It should be admit tec! that this is
    sometimes beyond their power.
    They should definitely be hell re-1
    sponsible, however, for trying to
    cover up ln-humanities by certain
    countries against helpless minori-
    ties. This policy of non-interference
    is practiced by the IRC using the
    excuse thai they must neutral,
    The Jewish people, specifically
    suffered deeply from this so-called
    policy of "neutrality." The IRC
    was one agency which know from '
    first-hand reports, the barbaric
    atrocities being practic"d by the.
    Nazis. The extermination pro ram
    of Na/.is against the European
    Jewry was well-known to 'hem.1
    but they chose to remain silent
    and the Geneva headquarters de-
    nied any intervention, to even at-'
    tempi to stop the liquidation ol !
    the Jews which was going on.
    Even in Israel proper, the aetivi-
    ties of the IRC are full of bias, j
    Their main concern is the well i
    being of the Arab terrorists who
    were caught and imprisoned 'and;
    luckily incapacitated from doing|
    further harm to the Jewish popu-
    lation there i, instead of ameliorat-
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    *Jewisiifhr/dHat
    Friday, June 16, 19J
    Local Attorneys Named To
    Condominium Commission
    F.orida Bar president John M.
    McCarty has named four local
    attorneys to the Florida Condomin-
    HAtftY ZUKESNKK
    ium Commission which was cre-
    ated by law during the i972 !"sis-
    lati\e session. Tlie commission will
    Study Florida's condominium in-
    dustry which, based on population.
    leads the nation in number of
    unit? ai*3 dollar volume.
    The Miami area attorneys named
    are Harry Zukernick. last chair-
    mar- of the Bar's Real Property
    Probate and Trust Law Section:
    Gerald F. Richman. director of the
    Dade County Young Lawyers Sec-
    tion: Jerry A. Gross, member of
    Florida and American Bar Asso-
    ciation condominium committees
    and himself a condominium owner,
    and Michael L. Hyman, assistant
    city attorney for North Bay Vil-
    lage and lawyer for Miami condo-
    minium interests.
    The 18-member commission will
    report its recommendations for
    revision in Florida condominium
    law 60 days prior to the 1973 regu-
    lar session of the legislature.
    The 10 members already ap-
    pointed by Gov. Reubin AflkVw in-
    clude five owners of condominium
    apartments, three representing
    builders or developers, one actively
    engaged in financing construction
    and permanent mortgages and one
    who is actively engaged in writing
    title insurance.
    In addition to the four appointed
    by the Bar, the president of th<"
    Senate will name two senators:
    the Speaker of the Hous? will also
    name two representatives.
    The commission is charged with
    conducting a study of all aspects
    of construction, sale, ownership
    and management of the app"-oxi-
    mately 85.000 condominium units
    in Florida worth an estimated S1.7
    billion.
    It will cooperate with all
    branches of state government in
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    better conditions for purchasers
    and owners of condominium units
    as well as to promote better con-
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    -Jewisti Fk>rkiku7
    Page 9-A
    Douglas Gardens A Unique Community
    The strawberry blonde at the
    Uttitchboard of Douglas Gardens,
    Miami's Jewish Home for the
    Aged, raised her voice so her
    answer could be heard by a deal
    resident.
    She then walked ov*r to the
    woman, put her arms around her
    and kissed her cheek. A raised
    voice sometimes implies impatience
    (even if >ou are deaf* and the
    kiss erased any possible misunder-
    standings.
    Doue'as Gardens, 151 NE 52nd
    St., a beneficiary of the Greater
    Miami Jewish Federation's CJA-
    IEF campaigns and the United
    Fund of Dade County, is a unique
    community.
    Ii has developed a philosophy of
    Hying for the aged that enables
    ani encourages them to remain
    I individuals and assume social and
    personal responsibilities while
    their physical and emotional needs
    in? met.
    While most other nursing homes
    offer only medical nursing and
    custodial care, Douglas Gardens
    provides services that help resi-
    dents adjust socially to the V>mc
    ani funtion emotionally at a
    maximum level.
    You're not just a number with
    an assigned bed when you can go
    to a beauty parlor or barber .shop
    once a week, celebrate birthdays
    anl other festive occasions, create
    to your heart's content fn an arts
    an rafts area and see movies.
    trical productions and go on
    trips to the beach.
    When you have your meals in a
    rant-style dining oom. meet
    j : friends for cards or bingo
    games and can open your own
    refrigerator for a snack, or gather
    for inglng and dancing in the
    lobby you know you haven't
    institutionalized, you're still
    an individual.
    The 225 residents of Doug'.as
    Car ens are served by at least that
    many staff members (including a
    full-time recreation director), a
    Kosher kitchen which provides a
    wide ranee of special'diets (resi-
    dents' Menu Meetings help plan
    ttv menu), an auditorium. Ortho-
    dox synagogue (where Rabbi Solo-
    mon Schiff. director of the Com-
    munity Chaplaincy Service, an-
    other Federation agency, conducts
    services), and a Medical Rehabili-
    tative Center.
    A tram brings the residents to
    the Center where there are medi-
    cal specialists in ophthalmology.
    cardiology, orthopedics, urology
    podiatry, and psychiatry. Dr.
    Charles Beber, Douglas Gardens
    ir.ei.cal director. Is responsible
    for all medical services and super-
    vises a staff of 14 physicians.
    The faculty has eight examina-
    tion and consultation rooms, a
    fully equipped nurses' station,
    waiting room, 24-hour pharmacy,
    x-ray facilities, laboratory ind a
    dental service area where all r>eces-
    sa> dental care is provided' for
    the residents.
    The Physical Therapy Center is
    among the most modern and eom-
    plete in the south. More than 35
    resident! are treated daily by
    registered, professionally trained
    physical therapy teams. An ortho-
    pedic surgeon and a rhoumatolo-
    gist prescribe orders for treatment,
    including water and whirlpool
    therapy in a Hubbard tank.
    "In most homes," said Arthur
    Kalish. executive director of the
    Home, "when a resident requires
    the services of a doctor, their pri-
    vate physician is called. Wc have
    a doctor on call at all times, and
    Douglas Gardens is the only nurs-
    ing home in the state that is li-
    censed as a home and a hospital."
    The costs for the type of total
    environment care provided by
    Douglas Gardens are rising, how-
    ever.
    Since various social service
    agencies have increased and ex-
    panded their services to the aged,
    senior citizens care for themselves
    and maintain their own homes for
    longer periods. Ten years ago the
    average age of a Douglas Gardens
    resident was 70; today it is 84
    (the oldest resident is 96)
    and more extensive care is re-
    quired.
    It costs a minimum of $700 tr
    keep a resident at Douglas Gar-
    dens for a month. The state pro-
    vides a maximum of $4C0 for those
    who are unable to pay for their
    care, which is the case of the ma-
    jority of those at Douglas Gar-
    dens. The Federation and United
    Fund underwrite the difference.
    "Our ability to meet the reeds
    of senior citizens in th Greater
    Miami area is tied to the success
    of the CJA-IKF campaigns," says
    Leo Rose Jr., president of the
    Jewish Home for the Aged. "Only
    with the success of Federa'ioi's
    fund-raising can we expe?t addi-
    tional and increased allocn'ion-
    to provide for the large number of
    senior citizens who retire to this
    area and later require the kind of
    unique care and setting we offer."
    Founded in 1946, the Jewish
    Home for the Aged moved to its
    present location in 1951.
    The facilities, induce a motel-
    style home pavilions with screened
    porches, cover acres filled with
    gardens, shade and palm trees,
    shrubbery, flowers, ramp walk-
    ways and benches where residents
    can sit in the sun.
    The tram takes thos residents
    who have difficulty walking to the
    clinics and dining rooms. F.ach
    room has a television and <-adiu
    'if fie resident desires ihem) and
    a refrigerator. Residents are free
    to decorate their apartments and
    each Ls assigned a volunteer .vork-
    er who visits regularly and takes
    care of the shopping.
    Douglas Gardens' nurses provide
    24-hour service and are never more
    than a few seconds away from a
    resident. Each room is equipped
    with a two-way intercom to the
    nursing station and a telephone.
    As the staff circulates, residents
    call out to them to share a joke
    or a gripe and the resident*
    are answered by name.
    While the Residents* Council
    meets to take a hand in planning
    the day-to-day running of Doug-
    las Gardens, the women gather
    for knitting and chocheting, a
    copper enameling class is under-
    way in the arts and crafts room
    and residents debate the problems
    in the Mideast in a "Current
    Events Discussion Group."
    In the library, an 84-year-old
    man bends over a volume. He's
    using a magnifying glass, but. he
    hasn't stopped learning and grow*
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    The Ugliness Of Vengeance
    :j
    By RABBI SAMUEL F. FOX
    B) RABBI RbBKRT V. FRV/IN
    TVmple Solel, Hollywood
    The role of a loader is an ex-
    Wliat i. the derivation of the
    word "Bible?"
    Originally, the Holy Scriptures
    Ugliness of vengeance! V'ith cloud-
    ed \ ision, irrational acts of vio-
    lence have caused faded memorie-.
    1-emely difficult onToSr TohI ^L E XLJSFSJ&J*.! S^JE?^? *>^*,I,,!
    ition for this Shaboat-Korah,
    (Numbers 16:1-
    \Vhen will we learn, when will ah.' plural
    we comprehend that this age of "Books." p
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    Herbert Baumgard S ,
    Friday S:3 p.m. Sermon topic: I
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    JACOB C. COHEN" COMmUmity
    SYNAGOGUE. 1W2 Wa.hin.ia
    Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tiber w
    Stern. Cantor Mey3r Engel. J,
    this truism.
    The narrative
    of the children
    of Israel's jour-
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    frustrations, the failures have re- the Bible was Translated into I'I:IV '" ___ __ KNEStTH ISRAEL. 141 Euclid Ave
    placed the political process. Greek, the Greek name was Biblion beth davio. mm sw 3rd Ave. ci^to?0 Abraham s.*vid Lehr''l"
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    Howard Welnetock.
    e "a time to! The English term "Bible" prob-' J!,J,"vah;T'd- s"" "f :
    ....... Sidney Silverman.
    st lie a tinn ably comes from the Greek singu-1 .
    con-
    anxiety must not be
    break down" but mus
    ; to build up." so that we can fash- lar "Biblia" probably meaning "thi
    ion a future filled with God's most Book." since the Bible came to b
    Mon of Mr. and Mrs.
    iinue.-
    Rabbi frazin
    Korah,
    ! tathan, Abiram,
    an" On. togethei
    with 250 Israel-
    ites rise up
    against Mose-
    and Aaron with
    1 ese words, "You have gone too
    Why dj you raise your-
    s< Ives above the Lord's congrcga-
    ::"
    Obviously discontented with
    1 eir Levitical role in the service
    precious blessing, the blessing tha'
    is Shalom, the blessing that i;
    peace?
    72 Youth Programs
    At Beth Sholom
    Modern Traditional Rahbi Max
    Shapiro. Cantor Leon Segal.
    3ETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th
    St. Conaervative. Cantor Seymour
    Hinkes 8
    Marxha. daughter of Mr. and -Mrs
    Irwln Buaxel,
    ISRAEL (Tempiej OF GREATER
    Miami. 137 NE 19th Street. Reform.
    Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 10
    'known as the Book of Books.
    This Greek term is traced bach
    , to one of two words. It may ,-omc
    , from the name of the Phoenecian
    , city of Byblus which was an im-
    1 portant tra.'ing tenter in ancient
    time.; and a place where one could
    acquire the papyrus plant use 1 In
    making paper. It might also be
    A new concept in summer pro- ,raad to Bublos, a plant in thi Israelite center" 3175 sw 25th
    gramming for V0U11" DOODle was form of a Ied from which the | St. Conservative. Rabbi Paul J.
    ,,, -. ? niruit- ic miHn Bender. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
    launched last Monday at Beth PaP<' is made. (Friday 8:1R p.m 1:..- Mlurah Susan
    Sholom s Jo Levinson Youth Ten- To *"is fia> Jews usually refer Sermon: "Ho ivArt \\<- Affet led By
    "the Lord's Tabernacle Korah ter on Miami Beach- according tc t0 lh'' Bi,,le with a Plural expres- ,'"'*'"-' -----.
    ,1 his followers seek She Driest- J)st,Pn A Nevel. BeJh Sholoir slon such as "Kbvel ha-Kodesh" OR olom (Temp.ei 8755 sw ieth
    boodtoo! Youth Activities Committee chair (the Holy writings) or "Tanach" |{ixm^n,erva"ve- R,bD' Ralp,n3
    man. (an abbreviation for Torah, Proph- riFERErn Israel, ssoo n. Miami
    Director of the program is Rob ets and Writings i. Sometimes the JgJ^Cotiearvativt, Rabbi Maurice
    i'ferred to as "Mlk- Friday R:1S p.m. Sermon topic: "Path-
    because :he serin- ''' Knowa Beat, Or Doea He?" Satur-
    Ti, ,. --------...... -..... oecaiiM .ne .-. tip ,,.,y ,, ., Bar Mltavah: Howard, son
    mercrore, in true Biblical -asn- School for Living Judaism undei nuo- were books which wire of Mr. and Mrs. Sta.....v Brodak)
    t- n, h reoaurse becomes that i the guidance of Rahbi Leon Kron-, "road" in public. Z,QN {Ttmple)-^ M|.,.r Rd Con.
    proving nis worthiness In the Ish and Maury L. Schwartz, direc- I Whv i-- the Hebrew Bible re- j ervative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro
    - >: the Lord. In so doing, h- ; tor of education. I ferrerl to as the Old Testament? l.-ri:ly evenln,. Bat Mltavah: Mlm"
    11 oi MS antagonists to Weekly schedule of (ho series: The expression "Old Testament" i ,li,UKh,"r "r'"' and Mra. OeraM Kner-
    ? therein to run through August, include: is not one classically used by Jews urtay^ra.i.^itor'Tnt^h:' Brad:
    venings from 7-10 p.m.: Monday, to refer to the Hebrew scriptures fur'1 s"h "f Mr. and Mr* lion
    karate, coffee house; Tuesday, arts This appelation was one given to m0n" S'"".....-.A.n" '''""'
    and crafts, cultural studies. Siviet these scriptures by Christians. The tifereth jac'ob .Temple) 051 E
    Jewry; Wei'rK?sday, jam sessions, i word testament is a Greek and 4,n A*e. Conserve; ve. Rabbi Na-
    volleyball leagues, and "HELP" a Latin translation of the Hebrew ,,*?,'? f0,,on,f^ s..,.. ,,, ..T
    guidance program dealing with the- "Berit" which means covenant. Rebellion <>f Rorach." Saturdu) 9:30
    BETH EL. 500 SW 17t dox. Rabbi H. Rothman 5
    BETH KODEShTWsW ,2,h Ave. "ftZ^J&Slg?*' ggti2
    o his chahengers but ,,,-, .Rob- gchneker, member oi scriptures are re
    1 e> reluse to answer his request ,,. R(.,h siio'om faculty ot the ra" treadir.i b
    Rabbi Eugene Labnvitz Cantor Hi.
    ward Kleir*. 29
    -------
    OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Or.
    Orthodox. Rabbi P.tineas vVtb|r<
    man. M
    ------e-----
    SEPHARDIC JEWIoH CENTER. e5
    Collins Ave Rabt<> Sadi Nat-mias 31
    CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM 1S.
    44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
    Groner J2
    9
    NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
    CENTER. 17?0 79th Street Csuse.
    way, North Bay Village. Corse ,a-
    ttve. Rabbi Philip Fried. 32-A
    NORTH MIAMI BEACH
    ADATH YESHURUN (Temole>. 1CM
    NE Miami Gardens Dr. Conserva.
    tive. Rabbi Miicon Schlinsky. Can.
    tor Nathaniel S< hub. JJ
    BETH TORAH. NE IMth St. a*, nth
    Ave. Conaervative. Rabbi Max Lip.
    achitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 34
    B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW t8?r St.
    Conservative. Rabbi Charlts Rwdsi
    Cantor Jtck Lerner. 36
    . it inc. n-e upon it and whomso-
    - er the Lord chooses shall be
    nsidered the Holy One.
    In pri nitive fashion, the Biblical
    b ithor -hen displays the anger ol
    L01 through a cataclysmic
    B 1 ol opening the earth to de-i *exual code of today and the prob-j Generally speaking the Hebrew I
    > >ur the challengers of Moses, j lem of drugs; Thursday, basketball! scriptures convey the id^a that a B
    NORTH MiAMI
    ETH MOSHF CONGREGATION
    INAI 'Templet o' NORTH D*08
    18801 NE J2nd Ave. Reform. Rjra
    Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor Irving
    Shuikea "
    FVldaj R: 13 p in Sermon lop
    Ait Thou Refurm Rabbinate
    SKY LA'iB tVNAGOGUE. IRI1" NE
    19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
    Caplan i
    YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
    MIAMI. 990 NE 171 St. Orthooox.
    Rabbi Naftall Pnrush 3
    CORAL GAtUS
    JUDEA (Temple) 5500 Granada Blvd
    Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper 40
    Obviously, a true leader is con-1 !oaRues. and conversational He-1 covenant existed between the Al- J,3*^. w- D'"l Hw*- C0"*"^*1**' ZAMORA (Tempiei 44 zamora av
    brew mighty and the Jewish people. I 5.*.b-b' i?-8_ep^_0_-,:!!nkel' Csntor Bt.1 I Conservative. Rabb. Maxwell B.r
    15
    Ava.
    9-
    4:
    - antly challenged, but those who 1 "..... migniy ana me jewisn people, j zion Kirscnenbsum
    Question his practices and policies I There will be daily yoga lessons The scriptures, as a whole. de-( miami beach ,RfS|(
    B certainly not swallowed un.. from 10 a m- "> noon, and Sutda> velop the idea of the history of 1 agu.?ath ISRAEL-7801 c,rl>,e Ave mogan dayid congregation
    consumed by the eaith ;n the so-
    phisticiated 20th centui-y society.
    Rather, unfortunately, some ehal-
    ngers are consumed by an emo-
    tional response, a mental illness
    ^:i unconscionable cataclysm that
    Ives them to contemplate and
    four: mankind's most irrational
    BCt the act of murder.
    In recent weeks, the media has
    increasingly reminded us of the
    activities from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m
    will include a firing lino political
    forum and encounter groups.
    Weekend activities will feature
    Orthodox.
    17
    that covenant, its relevance to
    mankind as a whole, the incidents ; BETH ISRAEL. tt3 autn st. Orthodox
    through which the covenant ex-, "bbi Berei Weiu. is
    isted an the events which showed
    trips with visits to Cape Kennedy bo'h loyalty and disloyalty to th
    Disney World, Key West and Pir-! covenant.
    Not being able to persuade the
    Jews to accent the tenets of
    Christianity. Christian leadership
    developed the idea that a new-
    covenant was made between those
    atc's World on the agenda.
    Also available to thoe who are
    interested, will be studies in Jew-
    ish culture and conversational
    Hebrew.
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    I
    SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
    Korach \
    Now Koran, the son of Izhar took men, and they rose
    up before Moses (Chapters XVI-XVIII)
    KORAHS REBELLION-A group of Levites led by Korah
    aco, sin ol Moses and Aaron, and a group of Reuben.tes led by
    Datl..in. Abiram and On. were joined by 250 prominent but riis-
    conti rued laymen in revolt against Moses and Aaron. Korah
    co, s !..,| ho had as much right as Aaron to be elevated to the
    high priesthood. Dathan and his associates sought to depose
    Moses and based their claim to the leadership on their descent
    from Reuben, the firstborn of Jacob. Moses challenged Korah
    and his followers to appear next cay at the sanctuary before I
    God with censers filled with lighted incense, and God Himself
    would *ow whom He had chosen. Were Korah and his com-
    panions, he added, so eiscontented with the privilege of serving as
    Levitts that they sought the priesthood from Aaron whom God
    had appointed? Dathan and Abiram, however, refused Moses
    summons to attend, and accused bin, of making fine promises
    which he had not fulfilled. Angrily Moses asserted his Integrity
    for he bad never abused his power by accepting tha slightest
    -1.' 1 l om ti people.
    Korah and his associates, followed by many sympathizers
    appeared the next day to undergo the test. God, In anger at the
    people's lack of faith, threatened to destroy the who;, commun-
    ity, .at Moses and Aaron successfully interceded arguing thai
    ii would he wrong for the masses to be punished for me man's
    sin.
    Moses having warned thi ople to stand aloof from the '
    tcnti of Korah, Dathan and Abiram, announced the tesi by
    which the trite leadership would be decided. Ii the reels died a
    natural death. Hi n Moses would be proved in the wrong; should,
    however, the ea th swallow them alive, 'hen i; would be proved
    that thej had despised Go I
    No sooner had Mose- spoken than Korah and the ether I
    r 'he s with all their possessions were lesti iye.' in an e irthiiuake,
    and the i>eople fled in terror. In addition tire came from the
    Lord and consumed the 250 men who offered incena
    OETH JACOB. 801 Washington Ave.
    Oi hodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T Swlr-
    aky. Cantor Maurice Mafr.cnee. It
    BETH RAPHAEL (Temple!. 1S4S
    Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabb'
    David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
    BETH SHOLOM ( Temple). 4144
    Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
    Kronish. Cantor David Conviser. 21
    9293 Harding Ave.. Swrfside. Towp
    Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D. Vins.
    M
    BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 547 E. Oik-
    land Park Blvd. Rabbi Akiva Bril-
    liant. Cantor Maurice hieu. 4J
    FT. IAUDERDA1E
    EMANL'-EL. 3245 W. Oakland *>art>
    Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur J. Ab-
    rama. Cantor Jerome Klement. 41
    P0MPAN0 BEACH
    SHOLOM (Temple). 182 SE 11th Ave,
    Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. Sfcop.
    Cantor Erneat Schreiber.
    who accented Christianity and the ETSS ..V,r' ,v "-i, s'r.m"" topic: "Thr Friday evening, aermon t..t.i. "H
    Al,i^l,..- tl, r-K.^..;"o ,,. SrWffi1? ? T1"" 8etunrjr Of Is. Tho Married Thirty-fiv.- year*
    Almighty. Thus Christian scrip- rael. Saturday 10:45 a m Bar Mltx- ,
    tures are referred to as the "New Si&r^lena***1, '.....'f Mr "'"' M"
    Testament" as compaits-l with the
    original Hebrew scriptures which
    are referred to as the "Old "Testa-
    ment."
    MAHCATE JEWISH CENTER. 1t
    NW 9th St.
    BETH TFIuAH 931 Euclid *ve or. HAUANDAll
    thodox. Rabbi Joaeph E. Rackov- HALLANOALE JEWISH CENTER
    ky- 22 Rabbi Max J. Weitz. Cantor Rev.
    mu ., :------------- Jacob Daniiger. 126 N.E. 1st Ave.
    BE.TH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA- 44
    TION, 843 Meridian Avenue. 22-A I ---------------
    CUBAN HEBREW* CONQREGATlON M0HYWG00
    1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox' Be7H EL (Temple). 1361 S 14th Ava
    Rabbi Dow Rozeiicwaio. 23 Reform Rabbi Samuel .'affe. 48
    -----a------ I-Yiday B:16 p.m. Judi;.- Morton I.
    Dr. \osef Hayim Yerush.ilmi. Cuban sephardic Hebrew con V'ran,,"l !>* n "A Lay" -
    Hebrew and Jewish OREGation. 715 Washington Avei V,6W "f s"'ri Publication Society
    Names New Chairman
    professor of
    history at Harvard University.
    has been name-? chairman of the
    Publication Committee of Th-
    Jewish Publication Society of
    America.
    ....ngton Ave-
    nue, Miami Beach. Rabbi Meir Mas-
    iah nlelamed
    23-A
    BETH SHALOM (rempre). 172fl Mon.
    roe St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
    Malavaky Cir'or Irving Gold. 48
    EMANUEL (Tsmp*). 1701 Washing,
    ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving ...... ,_ ~~~
    Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler 2* 'NAI (Temple). 1201 Johnaon St
    Saturday 9 a m Rabbi Lehrman will conservative. Rabbi DaviJ Shapiro.
    preach on "School la ClonedA Word Cantor Yehuda Heilbraun. 47
    Dr. ^ erushal mi succeeds Dr. Ger- To. Out Youth." lft:J(i a.m. Bar Mi.-/-: MIRAMAX
    1 ,-> .------- ..... "4i .'ii-/- 1 rr"n#
    . new president of th Holui- gob'.,?" '^ *" *" ftbal Cantor Abraham
    ogical Seminary, who Ftonald Kind "r Mr :""' Mrs I ,8"AeL son D. Cohen
    Jewish Theolog
    resigned. The new chairman is an :
    authority on Sephardic and Mar-
    iano history and has published
    important monographs on the his-
    tory of the Inquisition in Portugal, .
    Spain and Italy.
    Koster 41
    920 SW SSth St.
    Conservative. Rabbi Avram Oraxin
    r<~abbinical U*h
    eviston
    v,
    *>rV^^A^WV>*VVArV^>^r
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    romrwnm
    ''". 1. Ch. 10. 9:.-.0 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hoi-r
    Hosi: Rabbi Avram Drazin, Temple Israel,
    Mlramar
    ''""<' Ch. 4. 8:.'10 a.m. The Firs, Estate
    (related on Ch. 2 at 6:30 p.m.)
    Topic: "The Pastoral Institute-
    Panel: Rev. Luther C. Pierce, Bishop David Richard
    "' l ^ Ch. 7. 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
    Guests: Rev. James Brigg, Rev. Thomas Crowder
    and Rabbi Stanley Ringler. chaplains at the
    University of Miami
    Topic: "Marriage A Dying Institution-
    Discussion will deal with insights gained from
    counseling college students and young people
    their sexual practices; results of free love;
    communal living where children are raised in a
    communal-type setting, and the future of the
    family.
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    I ajajadl


    Friday. June 16. 1972
    +Jenisti ntrkttairi
    Pagell-A
    As. .
    Max Lerner
    Sees ft
    fo
    !!
    NEW YORK, N.Y. It is one thins to talk about what
    measures can guard against other episodes like the terrorist
    killings at Lydda Airport in Tel Aviv. (] write this before hen
    \i any news about Israeli reprisals.) It is quite another thing to
    ;\ to grasp what the killings mean for our view of man and
    his potentials for evil. They open up a mindless pit of posslblUtj
    the future.
    Little in recent history has been as depr?ssing and dia-
    ling as the use of three Japanese "Red Am.;,'" gunmen by
    Habasch band of Arab terrorists, based at Beirut, to attack
    hundreds of innocent people at the airport, killing more than
    23 wounding some 70. The Arab leaders boast of their feat, with
    HiC rogrcl only that more were not killed. The targets were
    Israelis and Jews, hut lfi of the dead were Christian pilgrims
    from Puerto Riro. If the aim was to stop the flow ul tourists.
    lite evidence is that it will fail dismally.
    The episods rolls up in a single bundle some of the worst fea-
    ture of the human animal in our era. There were the haphazard
    absurd deaths, the abundant ingenuity of the planning, the lack
    oi any feeling in carrying out, the bumbling negligence of
    ,.'nlines and governments about passenger security, th pathetic
    impotence that makes you feel more a man when you have a
    machine gun at your hip spraying bullets, the sense that any-
    il ing goes," the passion of an inflamed fanatic mind encase"
    within the deadness of an empty heart.
    Cr
    WE SHOI'LD LONG AGO have sensed the danger of com-
    r i .n. nt without limits. You can feel as deeply committed bv
    hatred as by love- probably more so. The hashishin (whence
    ...... word "assassin"') felt committed when they were sen', out
    i i kill, all hopped up with hashish. The men of the Inquisition
    felt committed. Both sides in every civil and religious war have
    !! committed. Hitler felt committed. An extreme zeal has
    never kept a man from murderousness, unless it is the zeal for
    nonvkdanca of a Gandhi or a Martin Luther King. When we
    ce'ebrate the dedication of men of sensibility, we rorget the
    desensitized men can take it over, too.
    The question comes down to whether you set limits to your
    [U&sions or whether you let them go all the way, to murder
    ivithout limits. I don't take the Israeli government's view that
    the three kill* ra were hired gunmen. They must have known
    they woul<" die, one way or another. They saw themselves as
    n artyrs.
    The idea of martyrs for hire Ls a contradiction in terms
    Thoy felt a mission for world revolution. This overlapped with
    lie mission of the Arab terrorists who actually want to push
    ! a.'l into the sea but cover this under the language of revolu-
    tionary nationalism. Frustrated and alienated from their own
    intry, the three Japanese were armed, equipped, trained. In-
    u.trinate;" by their Arab terrorist comrades. In Japan itself,
    Ih Red Army group had shown itself as eager to will its own
    . embers loi some slight infraction of discipline as to kill its
    nemies. The sole survivor told the Israelis that he feared 'hem
    |< ss than he feared his comrades.
    I ADD A FOOTXOTE on the contrasting attitudes ..I th<
    Ja| anese and Lebanese governments the former exp^ssing its
    compassion and dismay, eager to take moral responsibility an f
    take amends, the latter pretending to hi- uninvoK d with o
    ..cup to whom they give hospitality and who use Beirut as a
    base for their murderous operations.
    The Arab terrorists call themselves both Arab and Marxist.
    Bui if you strip both ideas of nationalism and revolution
    re of the nourishing humanism that went along with them In
    their early history, then all you have left is terror. Thomas Jef-
    11 son. Giuseppe Mazzini, Theodore Hertzel they were al:
    nationalists but also humanists.
    Marx himself, especially in his earlier phase, was humanist.
    So was Lenin, .-specially In his later years, when he began to
    hove doubts about the engine of absolute power he ha.i built awl
    out how Stalin would use it. The Israelis nationalist as thej
    are, tough as they are in their actions and reprisals have no:
    forgotten the humanist tradition from which they spring.
    * 6
    THAT IH T1IK IIKART OF IT. The passions are there, and
    they move men's minds which is why we must set limits on
    th eentrolling power upon will and appetite be placed somewhere
    and the less of it there is within, the more there must be with-
    out." This sheds light on why terrorists, who have no control
    over their fanatic passions, submit to the coercions of their own
    croup. They speak ot fighting for freedom. But to again quote
    Burke: "It is ordained in the eternal constitution of things, that
    men of intemperate minds cannot be free. Their passions forgi
    Lheir fetters."
    The pity of it is that the movement of nationalism which
    once started so bravely and so humanely should be reduced to
    the terrorism of mutilated men who give their lives to mutilate
    others.
    CLIFF I.ORING DESIGNS
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    Weekly Seminars
    Are Conducted By
    Youth Consultant
    We 'klv seminars aro he'pg eon-
    ducted by til- Israe'i Yo'lth Con.
    ultant's office in Miami for r>orr>
    ban 'in local high school and :o'-
    fege students who are goinaf'to
    Israi l this summer on 'mo of the
    varied programs and tours.
    The orientation series is uein"
    'nor'lin-i.i.-d hv /* >"'ph |?..c'.a"ii '
    Israel Community Youth Consult-
    ant for the Greater Miami area.
    Mr. Rockach. who i- responsible
    fo~ arranging r'vusrion groups
    and lectures which are pa: I of
    the total preparation for vis-ting
    the ro"tiv r,if!,,rr the ii*imer
    as a student, maintains an office
    * the YM-YWHA, 8500 SW Sib
    St.
    The Wednesday sessions, serve
    several purposes. First, they givp
    members of the different programs
    .vi opportunity to meet and know
    other students from Miami who
    will lie In Israel at the ame time
    In addition, the seminars help
    the students understan-' and face
    the "cultural shock" they will en-
    counter when they arrive in Israel.
    Tber.' arc distinct cultural levels
    in Israel, and the students shouVl
    adjust to the apparent difference
    In life styles.
    The sessions include elementan
    Hebrew instruction givn by the
    Bureau of Jewish Education, Is-
    raeli folk dancing, and lectures bv
    other young people who have al-
    ready been in Israel.
    The program is sponsored bv
    the American Zionist Youth Foun-
    dation, the Kibbutz Aliyah D*k lr
    New York, and the Greater Miami
    Jewish Federation.
    William E. Gladstone
    Runs For Circuit Court
    William K. Gladstone vice nresl-
    e'ent of the Greater Miami Chap-
    tPr of the American Jewish Com-
    mittee, has announced he wi'l bo
    a candidate for the Circuit Court
    of Dado County in Group 32.
    Mr. Gladstone, a past president
    of Temole Israel Men's Club, is a
    partner in the law firm of August.
    Nlmkoff and Gladstone and is
    chairman of the Juvenile and do-
    mestic relations court committee
    of the Dade County Bar Associa-
    tion.
    Las Vegas Night Set
    Saturday. June 17. Young Israe'
    of Greater Miami will hold its an
    nual Las Vegas Night, beginning
    at 9:30 p.m. In the social hall, 991
    NE 171st St. Everyone Is Invited
    foi an evening of fun, refreshments
    and prizes.
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    This Week In History...
    ] l>r Ago Thh Week: 192 Sir Bamett Janner. pr'-side^t of' prison sentences (for) dealing in
    The Aieerian Jewish cute in- the board of deputies of British foreign currency.- Three have
    eluded the chi^f rabbi of Oran. \ Jews cabled it "a most serious a.ready been executed. ... At
    question" lean four Jews had previously
    L Prime Minister Jawahar'.a: NeV been sentenced to death in Mos-
    ru of India denounced Israel's cow.'"
    unfortunate aggressive activities The Bundestag approved legis-
    TEL AVIV Former Nazis latlon ^W* Bonn's pledge of
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    72, some 18.000 students, includ-
    ing approximately 4.000 over-
    seas students from som:- 4'J coun-
    tries. enrolled. Over 2/00 o: the
    overseas students come from
    North America. There were, in
    addition, some 3.000 summer
    students.
    The School for Overseas Stu-
    dents program is currently in
    its first year of opera'ion. It is
    geared to enabling qualified Ivigh
    school graduates, who do not
    yet have command of the He-
    brew language, to study at the
    university. "We had to find a
    way to make it more attractive
    for good students to want to
    come to Israel and study," aid
    $80 million to help finance Aus-
    character of its programs. St* tned twice to smuggle a razor compensation to Austria,
    bla e to the late Adolf Eirhmann a w .u v-,;c
    at Ramieh Prison, it was rev-aled' na*'or?ls victimized" ^J^",*'
    by Attorney General Gideon Haus-' *wkmen s Qrc:e Prldnt Ja"
    ner.
    Ex-Eichmann aide Otto Hur.?ehe
    j went on trial in Frankfurt or.
    charges of killing 1.200 Hungarian
    Jews. In Kiel, a court granted $450
    monthly pension to Ernst Lautz
    ex-prosecutor for Hitter's People-*
    Court, which condemned "unck-rsir-
    abies."
    A Soviet delegation visited Is-
    rael to study diamond-polishing
    : techniques.
    Arsonists destroyed a >ynaso?u-
    at Mikha Tskhakay3.
    Georgia.
    -PARIS Five
    cob T. Zukerman, announcing "Na-
    tional Indignation Week": "Vig-
    orous protests against Soviet anti-
    Semitism constitute now a solemn
    obligation for all of us. There
    is a real horror at the prospect
    that Russia may follow the Hitlei
    example."
    Rabbi Binyamin Mendelsohn \
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    were acquitted in Jerusalem of''
    charges <>f kidnapping the rabbi'-
    ; 9-year-old grandson out of fear
    he wouldn't get an Orthodox edu-
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    1 ated his chief witness,
    more Jr-ws -r^e Connecticut Jewish Ledger
    Mr. Rothbere. who was respon- nave ben condemned to death ir I ^n^ from the start oy Rabbi
    sible for initiating this program.
    "The program is be'pin? in
    the most important mission of
    Israel: Aliyah," he continued "A
    student living and learning in
    Israel will find himself ani be
    absorbed into the life of the
    country- Acceptance of this pro-
    gram has been successful be-
    yond our expectations.
    By next year" Rothbere eon-
    tinued. "the school a four-
    year degree program Is ex-
    pected to be in a position to of-
    fer courses given in Ene'ish.
    Spanish. Russian and French.
    Not an easy task to accomplish."
    Mr. Rothberg observed. "This
    means four sets of instructors
    who are bilingual, four sets of
    textbooks besides Hebrew texts,
    four different reference librar-
    ies he said.
    It is a "fantastic Dros^jm"
    which is already providing a
    great deal of "naches" a-*d will
    demonstrate to the Jewish com-
    munities throughout the world
    "that we are not interested inly
    in their money, but in helping
    them in mar.v cases to ass1]**
    a meaningful life for their chil-
    dren." Mr. Rothberg added.
    "More and more American
    Jewish students have become
    attracted to the various study
    programs at the Hebrew Uni-
    versity." Mr. Rothberg declared.
    "Those in the one-year program
    return with greater awarness
    of their heritage and. ly-aus* of
    their experiences at the Uni-
    versity, with the po"?ntial to
    develop logically as leaders of
    the Jewish community.
    Included in the growing num-
    ber of overseas students are im-
    migrants from Russia. In 1371-
    72 they numbered apnroxima'Hv
    180. but the forecast for 1972-
    73 indicates that the university's
    Overseas School will be resnon-
    sible cither directly or adminis-
    tratively for somewhere betveen
    400 and 550 young people from
    the U.S.S.R. Likewise. trr> en-
    rollment of 2?0 Arab students
    at the university last year con-
    stituted a 12.2% Increase over
    the preceding year. Altogether,
    more than 5.000 st-idents are
    studying for master's and doc-
    toral degrees.
    Russia for 'economic crimes.' Abraham J. Feldman was 33.
    Two othc-s were given lengthy' (From the file* of the jta)
    Largest Airline
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    By Pan American
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    ternational passengers in New'
    York with Pan American World
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    Government Clearance Center in
    its new $100 million terminal a* |
    John F. Kennedy International
    Airport.
    The new terminal, a four-level
    structure encompassing 75>,680
    sq. ft. of space, is the largest oo-
    erated by a single air carrier. Its
    opening will enable Pan Am tc
    schedule all departures and ar-
    rivals at the same terminal.
    A roadway system which pene-
    trates the heart of the termina'
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    away from ground transportation
    once they clear customs. The ter-
    minal is designed to keep walking
    to a minimum. In October, another
    Nej] Schiff ha be*-n aoDoint'yi i horseshoe shaped road will be
    HtIL SCHIFf
    Schiff Named To
    County Panning
    Advisory Board

    hv the Metro Commission to tb
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    Board it has been announce.1.
    In a^di'io" to rvine U a mem-
    ber of the Combin-d Jewish An-
    "e1's I>eaJershin Cabinet n* 100
    " is a'=o a tr"stee of 'he Univer-
    sity of Miami and a director o'
    D->" American Bank of Coral
    Gables.
    A former home builder who now
    specializes in building and operat-
    |tm anartment complexes. Mr
    Schiff has d"v'ope<* severs' w.
    ^..-itirts whV*> have received
    opened to bring departing passen-
    gers to within 76 feet of their
    flight.
    Some 52 check-in positions anc"
    four curhside baggage check-in
    posit;ons will ring the perimeter
    of the road on the terminal's con-
    course level.
    Also operational in October will
    be a $5.8 million automated bag-
    gage system capable of handlim
    5.000 pieces of luggage during peak
    traffic hours: a $1.6 million com-
    puter-directed color-coded sign
    system which guides nassengers to
    national recognition for excellence : tneir flight: and. a 400 car rooftop
    in planning and design. narking lot.
    A ppst oresl't^nt of *** Rifl ***r'~
    A*/vM Schiff is currently a director of
    the National Association of Horn-
    Builders.
    r
    JWV's Commander Calls
    For Strinqent Gun Control
    Jerome D. Cohen national com-
    mander of Jewish War Veterans o'
    the U.S.A.. says that the attempt
    on t^e life of Gov. Wallace was
    To teach the growing number | another tragic example of why
    of students, the universitv has
    a faculty of 2 150, in addition to
    1.300 researchers pursuing more
    than 3.000 research pro.ie-rts.
    These range from experimental
    disciplines in disease and general
    medical problems through the
    federal and local governments
    mut remi'ate the sale of handguns I
    Mr. Cohen sa'd "ein control is I
    no lon?er a luxury in America. It.
    is an absolute necessity. There is
    simply no way to protect oolitica"
    candidates and office holders rrom ]
    exploitation of natural resources i an assassination attempt by an;.
    for industry. Included are re-
    search projects dealing with ssn-
    itation. pharmacology, eeolo hydrology, business and adminis-
    tration, criminology, atrriculture
    education, social science, humani-
    ties, soil physics and immunol-
    ogy. A large portion of the fac-
    ulty are graduates of the uni-
    versity. "More than half of all
    the research work being -"on*
    in Israel is takine place at the
    Hebrew University," Rothberg
    noted.
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    evidence is conclusive that we I
    must have gun control .iow," i
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    Memorial Mass Celebrated
    For Lod Airport Victims
    A memorial mass was celebrated
    kk week at St. John's Catholic I
    t;,,, 451 E. 4th St., Hialeah
    Lr tiic 14 Puerto Ricans who were I
    CLsacred in a recent Arab ter-1
    Let attack at Israel's Lod Atr-
    Urt.
    [The mass, was conducted in
    ift-Iish. and sponsored by the
    Cj,Mto Rican Democrats Organi-
    Lion Inc., a political group
    jy, represents the 40,000
    Ljrto Rican-born residents of
    Jreater Miami.
    I Of the 26 persons who lost their
    Iks in the attacK. 14 were mem-
    fs of a Puerto Rican evangelical
    mup which was touring the Holy
    |jnd;70 persons were wounded,
    any seriously.
    I The Puerto Rican .'{roup wa<
    nposed ma# ly of older people
    i had saved their money for
    pilgrimage, according to Al
    lermeio. corresponding secretary
    [ihePRDO.
    "We sent telegrams to Puerto
    lican Gov. Luis Ferre and New
    (irk Rep. Herman Badillo asking
    at a protest be lodged in Con-
    against those responsible,"
    pid Bermejo.
    y/e are disturbed that this
    btassacre of innocents' as the
    Israel government has called the
    attack has been glossed over,"
    said Bermejo. "The Puerto Ricans
    who were killed and injured an-
    American citizens who had no in-
    volvement in the Mideast political
    situation and were innocently em-
    barking on a visit to the places
    that are holv to them," he stressed.
    The PRDO, which has an active
    membership of 500, was founded
    in 1955 and is involved in teaching
    and informing Miami's Puerto Ri-
    can community regarding the
    rights and obligations of citizen-
    ship. The group meets regularly
    at 160 NW 29th St.
    According to PRDO president
    Carlos Gueits, the mass was open
    to the community and political
    representatives and goverment
    leaders were invited to attend.
    Mrs. Rose Gordon, vice mayor of
    Miami, represented the city.
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    vJmisti HcrUlan
    Friday. June 16. igJ
    DATELINE JERUSALEM
    By Amos Ben-Vered
    A//on 's Map Is Being Implemented
    XMAHt.S Deputy Prime Minister
    Yigal Allon returned ?rom
    the United States and talks with
    flee etary of State William P.
    Rogers, he was asked by rport-
    en if Roger* had again outlined
    his plan for a peace map be-
    twi n Israel and Egypt. Allon
    Jokingly replied that Rogers had
    nil when he brought up that
    suliect "all everyone is talk-
    ing about now is the Allon Plan,
    so why discuss other plans?"
    [1 appears indeed that the Al-
    lon Plan had been the .rtain sub-
    ject of discussion between the
    tv.. statesmen. For while offici-
    thele-- the blueprint for a .ec-
    ognizable pattern along which
    permanent Israeli settlement in
    territories is proceeding.
    Allon himself regards his plan
    a* a general guideline rather
    than the ba-is for a map. The
    major points in the plan ar
    The 2.600 square miles oi Jor-
    danian territory west of the .Jor-
    dan River should divided up
    in inch a way that Israel would
    get a 13-20 mile-wkie leeunty
    belt along the entire ength of
    the river. The remaining two-
    ally it does not exist, it is note-
    thirds of the West Bank could
    be linked to Jordan, on condition
    that it would be demilitarized.
    The Israeli security belt sh .uld
    be built in the Jordan Valley.
    alung the river, and on the first
    ri ':> of hUli overlooking it. In-
    deed, leveral settlements have
    already been approved there.
    There are perhaps 12.000 to 15.-
    OtiO Arabs in the valley. It is
    sparsely populated, considei mg
    that the other two-third* of the
    West Bank has a pop'.ilation of
    some 400.COO persons. These in-
    clude the mountain ranges of
    Jude.i and Samaria, 'he main
    toWM of which are Hebron ind
    Nablus.
    Jerusalem must remain undi-
    vided and Israeli, with the pos-
    sibility of some self-admini.'Mra-
    tion for the Moslem and other
    holy places. This would add per-
    haix> another 80.000 Arabs to
    the country.
    The Golan Heights, which
    must be retained by Israel, is
    devoid of Arab villagers, with
    only some Druze left behind.
    The Oaza Strip should be sur-
    rounded with Jewish settlements
    from all sides.
    The settlements around Raf.
    fah, on the former political bor.
    der between the Strip and the
    Sinai Peninsula, are part o| a
    strategic barrier on the tradi.
    tional conquerors' rood from
    Egypt along the coast of Pales,
    tine.
    While not officially acknowl.
    edged policy, the Allon Plan \%
    obviously the master plan for
    approving or not apin-oving new
    settlements. Anyone studying it
    will get a very good idea of how
    Israel expects its border- to
    look after withdrawal !rom the
    present lines.
    Israel Newsletter
    By CARL ALPERT
    Panorama
    SamaritansWorld's Smallest Sect
    By DAVID SCHWARTZ

    I WAs BAR MITZVAH when I was .line \ears
    old." Yakir Cohen told me."And I was Bar
    Mitzvah when I was 10. said his cousin. Amram
    now a handsome lad of i9. Am-am
    is the grandson of the high priest
    of the Samaritans. The two boy.-,
    i Fluent Hebrew and an
    adequate English, were only too
    happ) to converse with ihe curious
    isiti
    Several thousand visitors Hocked
    to this large. West Bank Arab
    ity '>: Shechem not Ion:; ago to
    witness the exotic Samaritan celebration of their
    Passover and the andenl rites of the sacrifice of the
    Paschal lamb The event has become a hi-.' show,
    conducted under television lights and before the
    cameras of the onlookers, for whom grandstands
    were erected this year.
    Oi more interest to me was the Samaritan com-
    munity itself its people and their ways of life.
    Their native language is Arabic, but through the
    youngei generation I found the language barrier
    broln n.
    A basic principle of the Samaritan fahh is their
    insistence that Shechem, known in Arabic and F.ng-
    lish as Nablus, is the holy city of the Jews, rather
    than Jerusalem It was here, they say. that Abra-
    ham was prepared to sacrifice his son on the Bibli-
    cal Mount ol Moriah. It was here that the firs'
    holy Temple was t>"ilt in the days of Joshua. The
    actual site, high up on Shechem's Mount Grizim. is
    owned by the Samaritan community, and is fenced
    around. It is certainly an impressive location. Here
    history springs suddenly to life in the presence of
    Hits.- young men who carry on an ancient tradition.
    The Samaritans live by the five books of Moses,
    and attach no .sanctity to any of the Biblical books
    that follow, including the prophets. Later holiday-,
    like Chanukah and Purim, are unknown to them,
    and the first neu holiday which they have accepted
    in their calendar is Israel Independence Day.
    As for Bar Mitzvah. it i- not conducted .it a
    fixed age. but when the boy is able to read the
    Torah. pray and understand the significance if hi-
    reading.
    The stark ciama of the Samaritan community
    is in its dwindling numbers. For the past 100 years
    or more they have numbered no more than 200
    so;:;-, inteamarrying with each other. Today they
    are five large families, or clans, 410 persons in all,
    of whom 240 live in Shechem and 170 in Helon,
    near Tel Aviv. Improved economic conditions have
    reduced the mortality rate in their large families
    Amram told me he already lias a girl friend in
    one of the other four families.
    The Samaritans own no agricultural land and
    none of then: are farmers. Some are teachers, gov-
    ernment clerks, shop owners. Amram's father has a
    store for antiquities.
    The Samaritans observe kashruth very strictly.
    A rabbit's foot key ring, which we gave lo Amram.
    was quickly handed back with trembling finger-
    when he identilied it. It was impure. The Samari-
    tans aiso respect the Sabbath, with complete
    cessation of work, travel, etc The Jews ire looked
    on as members of the family who have strayed
    from the path, but only the Samaritans are
    deemed to be the true descendants of the original
    children of Israel whom Moses led out of Egypt.
    Since the Six-Day War and their "rediscov >ry"
    by Israel, their conditions have improved greatly,
    although they had managed to establish a modus
    vivendi under Jordan rule and had many friends
    among the Arabs, King Hussein had sometimes
    gone out of his way to protect them.
    Their youth are seeking an education. The com-
    munity is happy to have visitors, and 's groping
    toward what might be called a better public rela-
    tions program.
    Thus, the smallest and one of the oldest sects i:i
    the wo:id. i- struggling to maintain its existence.
    BOOK REVIEW
    By Seymour B. Liebman
    Jewish Religion And Identity
    Q\K OF TIIK GREATEST Jewish sociologists of
    religion, Marshall Sklare. a professor a! Bra: deis
    University, poses a seminal question at the conclu-
    sion of his new, augmented edi-
    tion of Conservative Judaism
    (Schocken Book-. paperback
    95i.
    The question is: ". the Con-
    servative crisis (e.g. "he ide-
    spread alienation among Conser-
    vative young people from the
    American culture to which their
    movement has been strongly at-
    tached) represents a questioning of whether
    ihe Jewish people and its chain of tradition can long
    endure on the American continent."
    Sklare continue';, ". the Jewish people and
    it- traditions ar" indlssolubly linked. Thi re cannot
    be an authentic Jewish people without the continu-
    ity oi Jewish tradition even as there cannot be
    meaningful continuity of Jewish tradition without
    the maintenance of the integrity of the Jewish
    group." This great scholar finds nothing in Reform
    to insure continuity or integrity. He quo'"- Conser-
    vative Rabbi Ralph Simon who stated in 1968, We
    have felt that Reform Judaism abandoned Halahah
    (sicI while Orthodox} permitted Halahah to abandon
    us." -
    The author is concerned with the role of re-
    ligion in the lives of American Jews because "religion
    "the non-observant o-thodo\." Sklare Indicates 'hat
    must become the main expression of Jewish identi-
    fication as well a- the guarantor of Jewish survival.
    His book is illuminating, its lessons are numerous
    and command the attention of all Jews Including
    "liberalization," "innovation" and "beautifkation"
    have failed "to avert the evil decree of non-observ-
    ance."
    Dr. Simon Herman, an equally famous pay.
    chologlst, authored Israelis and Jews, The Continu-
    ity Of An Identity S8.95). Herman's work is based upon questionnaires
    and surveys made in Israel and his findings reveal
    a growing gap between Israeli nationality and Jew-
    ish identification among Israeli youth. The author
    found the problem of Jewish identity In all class
    groups and that it was greatesl among the non-
    n [| i.his.
    Herman inferentially queries about Ihe conse-
    quences of a split between Israeli and Jewish i 'en-
    tity and he is firmly convinced thai Israeli national-
    Ism separated from religion constitutes a !ang r to
    the unity of the Jewish people. The possibilities of
    a chasm between Israeli and Diaspora Jews may
    apiiear far-fetched at the present, but Sklare and
    Herman appear to believe that Diaspora Ortho-
    doxy and the "dali'im," the religious in Israel, must
    face up to the problem and the challenge. In The
    Enil of the Jewish Peoples?, Georges Friedman
    prognosticated that if there were .V) years of peaca
    in the Middle East, there would only be Hebrew
    Christians in Israel,
    That's The Way ll Is
    ACCORDING TO THE press, the Israel
    Fashion Show was a great success for Israel
    Bonds an' for Israeli fashions The New York Times
    reports that Jackie Onassis has purchased
    Israeli-produced fashionwear.
    The Hebrew Unlversltj now has
    over 4.000 students from abroad
    and it now proposes to provldi in-
    struction in some subjects
    gllsh for the benefit of non-He-
    brew sp aking students. All the
    university in Jerusalem ne
    qualify as an American i
    tional institution is a football tea n
    and a riot on the campus.
    The columnist. Art Buchwald. made a i
    the other day in which he referred to the fad
    he was raised in the Hebrew Orphan Home of Mew
    York, it is not generally known that the old or-
    phan homes turned out a large proportion ol i
    American rabbis: He didn't become a rabbi but his
    column appears in American papers and in H
    in the Israeli daily "Maariv," so it is almost as
    good as being a rabbi
    The Forward i, celebrating its 75th anniv i
    It was established in April. 1897. In August of tha'
    year, a great World Jewish Con--..-- was held I
    was all brought about by a pamphlet written by ,i
    columnist on the "Frele Presse" of Vienna. The
    name of the young man was Theodor Herzl. The
    pamphlet urged the re-establishment of the old
    J> wish state. The "sclid" people were all against it
    Baron de Hirsch, the great Jewish philanthropist
    was devoting his millions to settling Jews in A
    tina. He though! going to Israel was going b"C
    ward, but sometimes you go forward by goin
    ward and sometimes you go forward by
    bai kward
    That's the wav it is.
    Our Film Folk:
    By HERBERT G. LUFT
    Stein Honored
    THE 76-YEAR-OLD founder of the Music Corn ol
    America, Jules Stein, chairman of the board ol
    Universal Pictures (the MCA subsidiary), was ho
    ored by the University of I
    fornia with the much coveted Hon-
    orary Alumnus Award for his hu-
    manitarian efforts to prevent
    blindness and specifically for his
    Initiative in creating the Jules
    Stein Eye Institute at UCLA,
    Mr Stein is an example of th?
    self-made man starting as a South
    Bend. Ind.. youth Studying musii
    and me Icine and working himself through the
    l niverslty of Chicago by playing the violin and
    saxophone In jazz orchestras. In 1921, he tv
    his MD. from Rush College. In 1924 the 28-year-
    old presented to ihe ophthalmological section ol Ihe
    A ncrican Medical Association an extensive treatise
    on -The Use of Telescopic Spectacles and Magnl-
    Hers as Aids to Poor Vision," which became a ,1 ,..d-
    nrd instruction manual.
    Making a complete switch the same year, Stein
    tinned lo the entertainment industry with his Chi-
    cago-centered MCA representing bands and artists
    in the mrsical field. MCA branched out into the
    theatrical and motion picture field as the world's
    largest agency. The empire of MCA moved its head-
    quarters to Beverly Hills but had to dissolve its
    agency business under the anti-trust law when
    entering on it- own movie production and distribu-
    t i on,


    Friday. lune IB. 1972
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    LEGAL NOTICE
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    .nTICK S HEREBY GIVEN
    husi'i
    under th*
    that
    engage
    fictitious names
    . INFORMATION, THASS-
    fR^TBXCHANa& INC. d/b/a
    67th
    Hi RJTK "AY lit 2211 S.W.
    I'"' Miami, Fi. Intends to reg-
    E "mid Mam.' lth the Clerk of
    ',;.'.'' ,-',r.-uit Court of Dade I guilty,
    "realty information,
    transfer & exchange-, inc.
    a Florida corporation
    ''
    Miriam Reckcrman
    EErneJ for applicant
    ;...'-, S.W. 2rd Ave.
    Miami. Kla.
    >:. n;-23-3 7 7
    LEGAL NOTKE
    LEGAL noik.1
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage in
    business under the fictitious name of
    i Press at 36SS Justlsnn Road, Coco-
    nut Grove, Kla. int. mis to register
    sai.l name with the Clerk of tin cir-
    cuit c.uit of Dade County. Florida.
    nu,i. urcoix)
    JOEL D. ROHRISH
    Attorney for applicant
    2X2.". link Avenue
    <'oj-iwilirv-.-*.-K>a. ... ,, ,n,:,
    5/26 6/2-9-16
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    rui: IS HEREBY OIVBN that
    N E. 163 Street,
    intends, to
    with the Clerk of
    of Dado Count..
    ,! undersigned, desiring to rngngi.
    business umb-r the fictitious name
    ;,M\lts DRAPBRY CPHOLSTBRTT
    INTERIORS at 123-1
    | p-orth Miami Beach, E
    Mister "aid name
    h, fir. uil Court
    WILLIAM .MARS
    David E SP.ne
    8TOSE 8O8TCHIN
    Attorney for William Mars
    I ]oi k.w. '2th Avenue
    Miami. Florida
    6/16-23-30 7'7
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    SOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
    UlV und.rsiKiied. desiring to engage
    in l.u-in.'ss und.-r the fictitious name
    rf(JEKONIMO'S COIN WASH & DHY
    CLEANERS N<> 1 at .".:> B.W. Wh
    iireet, Homestead. Florida intends
    in register said name uith the Clerk
    if the Circuit Court of Hade County.
    Florida.
    STRAIGHT ARROW. INC.
    a Florida corporation
    Sole owner
    RYI.VAS HiH.T7.MAV
    > for Straight Arrow. Inc.
    ncord Building
    Miami. Florida
    8 1.1-2:1-::.i 7 7
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    v. 11 1: IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
    Ihn undersigned, desiring to engage
    .11 Incea under the fictitious name
    1.1 \A FURNITURE SERVICE, IN-
    CORPORATED at number 2051 N w.
    nd Avenue, in the City of Miami.
    Florida, Intend* to register the said
    -mm. with the Clerk of tin- Circuit
    ' urt "i Dade County, Florida.
    1 at Miami. Florida, this 8th
    la) ..f Jim.,. 1978,
    AA FI'RNITCRE SERVICE,
    INCORPORATED
    lo. ABAD CABRERA, Secretary
    11 16-23-311 7 7
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage
    In business under the fictitious mime
    of Human-power at 282S Coconut Grove, Kla. intend to register
    said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
    cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
    GERALD BNOEL
    MARILYN ADAMS
    a'26 11 2-9-111
    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. 72-9473
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE: The Marriage of
    GARY liritlt. Husband,
    and
    DONNA ltritH. Wife.
    TO: Mrs. Donna lturr
    S7 Alvin Street
    Fairfield, Connecticut
    YOU AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED
    that alt action for Dissolution of Mar-
    riage has been filed against you and
    you are required to serve a copy of
    your written defenses, if any. to It on
    Richard I. Kroop, attorney for Peti-
    tioner, whose address is Kwitney &
    Kroop, 420 Lincoln Road, Miami
    Beach. Florida 33139. and file the
    0ripin.1l with the clerk of the above
    styled court on or before July 12, 1972;
    otherwise a default will be entered
    against you for Ihe relief demanded
    in the complaint or petition.
    This notice shall be published once
    LEGAL NOTKE
    LEGAL NOTICE
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NO PROPERTY)
    IN THE CIRCUIT COUKT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY.
    CIVIL ACTION No. 72-10300
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE: The Marriage of:
    BENJAMIN KARCHMBR, husband,
    and
    JEANNE KARCHMBR. wife.
    TO: JEANNE KARCHMBR
    16!>7 Commonwealth Avenue
    Brighton, Massachusetts
    YOU ARK HKREKY NOTIFIED
    that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
    riage has been filed against you and
    you are required to serve a copy of
    your written defenses, if any, to It on
    ROSEN & R1VKIND. attorneys for
    Petit io'ncr, whose address is 42<* Lin-
    coln Road. Miami Beach, Kla. 33139.
    and file the original with the clerk
    of the above styled court on or before
    June 26. IMS; otherwise a default will
    he entered against you for the relief
    demanded in the complaint or petition. I each week for four consecutive weeks
    This notice shall he published once | In THE JEWISH FI.OIUDIAN.
    Witness my band and the seal of
    each week for four consecutive weeks
    In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
    WITNESS my hand and Ihe seal
    of said court at Miami. Florida 011
    this 19th day of .May. 11.72.
    K. 11. I.KATHKKMAN.
    As Clerk. Circuit Court
    Dade t'ountv. Florida
    By I. SNBBDEN
    As Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    ROSEN RIVKIND
    420 Uncoil) Itoad
    Miami Reach, Fla. IS1M
    Attorneys for Petitioner
    5/20 ''. 2-9-1S
    aid court at .Miami, Florida on this
    1 day of June. 1972.
    E. 11 LEATHERMAN.
    As Clerk, Circuit Court
    Dade County. Florida
    By L. SNBBDEN
    As Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    Richard I. Kroop
    Kwitney & Kroop
    42" Lincoln Road Mall
    Miami Reach, Florida 33139
    Attorney for Petitioner
    6/9-16-23-30
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 72-2438
    JOHN R. BLANTON
    In RE: Estate of
    Kl SA It. KERTIG
    11, eased,
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    T.i All Creditors and All Persons Hnv-
    IHB .'luims or Demands Against Said
    Estate:
    Y..11 are hereby notified and requir-
    ?.I lo present any claims and demand*
    which v.'U may have against the ee-
    I ei.sa r. FERTIG deceased
    late of Dade County. Florida, to the
    I'uunty Judges of Dade County, and
    file til.- same in duplicate and as pro-
    vlded in Section 733 16. Florida Btatu-
    .-. in their offices in the County
    Courthouse In Dade County. Florida,
    within six calendar months from the
    me of the first publication hereof,
    or Ihi same will be barred.
    Dated at Miami Florida, this 22nd
    Aa) 1 May, AD 1872.
    SIDNEY FERTIG JR.
    As Executor
    PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE
    OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
    IN THE NAME AND BY THE
    AUTHORITY OF
    THE STATE OF FLORIDA
    TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRES-
    ENTS SHALL COMB GREETINGS:
    Whereas, FRANK it. CRANDON,
    Perrine, Florida: way land B,
    TYRE, Culler Ridge, Florida, and
    JUDITH M. ZBMBL, North Miami
    Beach Florida did on the 28th day Of
    January. A.D. 1969 cause to be in-
    corporated under Ihe laws of the
    Slat.- ,,f Florida C & T ELECTRIC,
    INC a corporation, with its princi-
    pal pla.e of business al Perrine, Dade
    County In the Slate Of Florida, and
    wli.r.as such corporation did on the
    ::isi day of May, A.D. 1872, cause to
    lie filed in the office of the Depart-
    ment of Stale of the State of Flor-
    ida, the documentary authority re-
    quired under section SOS. 27, Florida
    Statutes, showing the dissolution of
    such corporation.
    Now therefore, the Secretary of
    State does hereby certify to the fore-
    going and that he is satisfied that
    the requirements of the law have
    been complied with.
    IN WITNESS WHERE-
    OF, 1 have hereunto sel
    mv hand and have affix-
    ed the Cr.at s.al of Ihe
    Slate of Florida, al Tal-
    lahassee the Capital, this
    the Thirty-First day of
    May. A.D 1972.
    RICHARD (DICK) STONE
    Secretary of State
    B 16 72
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    . the undersigned, desiring to engage
    I in business under the fictitious name
    I of DADE HOUSE APTS. at 8101 S.W.
    73rd Avenue. Miami. Fla. intends to
    register said name with the Clerk of
    the Circuit Court of Dade County,
    Florida.
    SAC DEVELOPMENT CORP.
    a Florida corporation
    Myers, Kaplan, Porter, Levlnson &
    Keiiin
    Attorneys for applicant
    1150 S.W. lsi St.
    Miami, Fla.
    fi.9-16-2U-30
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage
    in business under the fictitious name
    Of TeletltO at 466 SW 17 Ave.. Miami
    intends to register said name with
    the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
    Dad.- County. Florida,
    .lust.. Garcia Cops
    5612 NW 2nd St., Miami. Fla,
    6/9-16-23-30
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    IN PROBATE
    No. 72-2332 Blanton
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    In RE: Kstate of
    M01.J.IK APAT
    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 MOLIJE APAT deceased late
    of Dade County, Florida, to the Coun-
    ty Judges of Dade County, and file
    the same iti duplicate and as pro-
    vided in Section 728.16 Florida Stat-
    utes, in their offices In the County
    Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
    within six calendar months frotn the
    time of the first publication hereof, or
    the same will be barred.
    Dated at Miami, Florida, this 25 day
    of May. A.D. 1972.
    Benjamin J. Apat
    Burton .1. Apat
    As Co-Executors
    First publication of this notice on
    the 2nd dav of June. lsT
    FAUNCE, FINK & FORMAN
    Attorney for the I [Mat* and
    the Executor
    1502 Congress Bids*.
    Miami, Fla. 33132
    6/2-9-16-22
    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. 72-11667
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE: THE MARRIAtiK OF
    johnny LEE W'OODARD. Husband
    JUDY MAE W'OODARD. Wife
    TO: JUDY MAE W'OODARD
    Route 2
    W'oodburv. Georgia
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
    1)1:11 an action for Dissolution of Mar-
    riage has been filed against you and
    you are required to serve a copy of
    your written defenses, if any. to it
    on d.wid B, stone, attorney for
    Petitioner, whose address is 1"1 N.W.
    12th Avenue. Miami. Fla. and file
    the original with the clerk of the above
    styled court on or before July 26.
    1972: otherwise a default will be
    entered against you for the relief de-
    manded in the comolaint or petition
    This notice shall be published once
    each week for f in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
    WITNESS my hand and the s.al
    of said court at Miami, Florida on
    this 7 day of June. 1972.
    E. I!. I. EAT HERMAN.
    As Cl.rk. Circuit Court
    Dade County, Florida
    By N A. HEWETT
    As Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    David K. Stone. Ksq.
    STOXK & SOSTOHIN
    Uil N.W. 12th Avenue
    Miami. Florida 3312s
    Attorney for Petitioner
    .; 16-23-30 7 7
    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. 72-11424
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE: The Marriage of
    THERESA MADELINE BEN DBS,
    Wife,
    and
    1.011s BENDB8, J
    Husband
    TO: Louis Ilendes
    Mill River
    Oyster Hay
    Upper Brook ville
    Ij.ng Island City. New York
    Vnl' ARE HEREBY NoTIFIE
    that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
    riage has been filed against you BM
    you are required to serve a copy of
    your written defenses, if any. to it.
    on Paul Kwitney. attorney for Peti-
    tioner, whose address is 420 Lincoln.
    Road. Miami Peach, Florida, and file
    the original with the clerk of the-
    above styled court on or before 13th
    July. 1972; otherwise a default wilt
    be entered against you for the relief
    demanded In the complaint or petition.
    This notice shall be published once
    each w.ek fur four coneecuUve weoiua
    in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
    WITNESS my hand and the seal
    of said court at Miami, Florida otl
    this 7 dav of June. 1872
    K. B. LEATHERMAN.
    As Clerk, Circuit Court
    Dade County. Florida
    By L. SNBBDEN
    A.- Deputy Cl.rk _
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    Kwitney & Kroop
    120 Lincoln Road
    Miami Beach. Florida
    Attornej for Petitioner
    : B-1S-28-3*
    i
    Flrsl publicHtii.il of
    6th dav of May,
    II VRol.D .1 COHEN
    tin- notii
    1972.
    e on
    til 11
    1 v for Executor
    one: 444-4781
    ral Way. Miami
    Florida
    a 26 .: 2-9-16
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    IN PROBATE
    No. 71-1002
    JOHN R. BLANTON
    NOTICE OF INTENTION
    TO MAKE APPLICATION
    FOR DISTRIBUTION
    AND FINAL DISCHARGE
    I! Estate of
    II 'RRY JACOBS
    i-1. ased,
    S'OTICE is hereby given thai she
    led Final Report and Petition
    foi Distribution and Final Discharge
    ik Executrix of the estate of HARRY
    IACOB8, d.....lased: and that on the
    IS daj of .lune. 1972. will apply to the
    Honorable County Judges of Dane
    County, Florida, for approval ol said
    Final Report and for distribution and
    final discharge as Executrix of the
    -tale of the above-named decedent. 1 Attorney
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    I/. AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    IN PROBATE
    No. 72-2062
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    In RE: Estate of
    SAMUEL II. WOLLMAN
    D......a-,.I.
    To AH creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ' ing Claims or Demands Against Sai.l
    Estate: ,
    You are hereby notified and required
    to present any claims and demands
    which you may have asalnsl the es-
    tate of SAMUEL H WOLLMAN de-
    , .,-, .1 late of Dade County, FWrlda,
    p. the County Judges Of Dade County,
    and file the same In dunlicntc and as
    provided in Section 722.16. Florida
    Statutes, in Ih.ir offices in the Coun-
    ty Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
    ida, within six calendar months from
    the time of the flrsl publication here-
    of ..r the same will be barred.
    Dat.d at Miami Florida, 'his 2nd
    dav of June, A D. 1972
    ELEANOR WOLLMAN
    As Executrix
    First publication of this notl.....n
    the l.:ih day of June. 1972.
    Kommel. Rogers. I.orber &
    Sheiikman
    for Executrix
    This 23 day of May. 1972.
    CLARA JACOBS
    FRISHMAN & FEIN
    BY: AltNOI D FEIN. Attorney
    C" 1 Incoln Road
    Miami ll.ach. Fla. 33139
    6/2-9-16-22
    42" Lincoln Rd.. Mia. Itch Fla.
    6/16-23-30 7/7
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NO PROPERTY)
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY.
    CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-10612
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    I IN RE: Till: MARRIAUE of
    ' DEAA W. BROUQH,
    and
    I JANICE IIROCOH
    TO: DEAN W. BROI'OH
    c 1. Mrs. Margaret La Crolx
    172 Patterson Street
    Attleboro, Massachusetts
    v..I ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
    that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
    riage hns been filed against you and
    you are required to serve a copy of
    your written defenses, if any. to II
    on Mortimer S Chen, attorney for
    Petitioner, whose address is 1102 AlnS-
    l.v Building. II N E. First Avenue.
    Miami. Florida 23132, and file the
    original with the cl.rk of the above
    styled ...urt on or before June B0,
    1972: otherwise a default will be en-
    tered against you for the relief de-
    manded 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
    22 day of May. 1972.
    E. r. LEATHERMAN,
    As Clerk, Circuit Court
    Dade County, Florida
    By It M KISSER
    As Deputy Clerk
    (( ir, uil Court Seal)
    r, 26 6 2-8-16
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    notice is hereby OIVBN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage
    In business under the fictitious name
    '>f Al EMER COIFFEURS at num-
    ber 6771 Red Road, in the Cltv of |
    Miami. Florida, Intend lo register!
    [he said name with Ihe Clerk Of the
    Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
    i.!->.
    , Dated at Miami, Florida, this 8th
    day of June. 1972.
    Al F.tDA CACEPF.S
    MERCEDES ROMERO
    6/16-23-30 7/7
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN* thai
    'tie undersigned, desiring to engage In
    business under the fictitious name of
    >'1-Mur Fabric at 8941 NB 10 Ave..
    Miami intend to register said name
    with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
    uaoe County. Florida,
    Theodora Rlzo
    528 NE 75 St.. Miami, Fla.
    Silvia Gonzalez
    W41 NB 10 Ave.. Miami. Fla.
    6/2-9-10-23
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. F' ORIDA
    IN PROBATE
    No. 72-1637
    (Blanton)
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    In RE: Estate of
    SAMPBL WITKIN
    Deceased.
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hay.
    In* Claims or Demands Against Said
    Fstite *
    TOU are hereby notified and required
    to present any claims ami demands
    which von mnv have aenjnst the es-
    tate of SAMUEL WITKIN deceased
    lute of Dade County. Florida, to the
    Countv Judges of Dade County, and
    file the same in duplicate and a pro-
    vided in Section 733 1ii. Florida Stat-
    utes in their offices In 'be County
    Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
    within six calendar months from the
    time of the first n..'>"c-.tlon hereof,
    or the same will be barred. ,.,_..
    Dated at Miami. Florida, this .4
    dayofMav^.D'^^
    As Executrix
    First publication of this notice on
    the 2nd dav of June. A.D. 1972.
    HOWARD R. HIRSCH
    AJtornev for Exeeutrtx
    .i Street
    Miami Beach. Fla. HMO r ,_t.,j.M
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    IN PROBATE
    No. 72-245
    FRANK B. DOWLING
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    In RE: Estate of
    JACOBSCHECHTER
    Deceased.
    To All Creditors- and All Persons Hav-
    ing Claims or Demands Against Said
    Estate: ,
    You are hereby notified and rer|u>reo
    to present any' claims and demands
    which vou may have against the es-
    tate of JACOB 8CHBCHTKR deceased
    late of Dad.- County. Florida, to the
    County Judges of Dade County, and
    file the same in dunlicate and as pro-
    vided in Section 723.10, Florida Stat-
    utes, in their offices in the County
    Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
    within six calendar months from the
    time of Ihe first nubllcation hereof.
    or the same will be barred
    Dai.d at Miami, Florida, this 2nd
    day Of May. A.D. 1972.
    Mildred Marcus
    As Administratrix
    First publication of this notice on
    the ,6 dav of Mnv, 1972.
    BAKER MAN & SHAPIRO
    Attorney for Administratrix
    >7 Northeast Airlines Bldg.
    Miami. Florid. M ( ftu
    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
    OF MARRIAGE
    l\ RE: The Marriage of
    ANDREW STEFAN, Husband,
    p< t Itloner,
    and
    ANNA STEFAN, Wife.
    Respondent.
    TO: ANNA BTEFAN
    IS1 Engle Street
    Englewood, New Jersey
    vor ARE HEREBY notified
    thai a Petition for Dissolution of
    y..ur Marriage has lieen filed and
    commenced In this court and you
    are required lo serve a copy of your
    written answer and defenses, if any.
    on HAROLD I '< IHBN, Esq., attor-
    ney for Petitioner, whose address is
    2761 Coral Way, Miami. Florida 33140,
    and file ihe original with the clerk of
    the above styled court on or before
    July 3, l:>72. otherwise a default will
    be entered agalnsl you for the relief
    prayed for In said petition.
    This notice shall be published once
    each week for four ponsecuilve weeka
    in THE JEWISH FORIDIAN.
    WITNESS my hand and the seal
    of said curt at Miami, Florida "ii this
    i!4 day of May. 1972.
    E. B. LEATHERMAN,
    As Cl.rk. Circuit Court
    Dad.- Countv. Florida
    By "' P. COPFI AND
    As Denuty Clerk
    11 'Ircull 'ourl Seal 1
    HAROLD .1 COHEN
    2761 Coral Way
    Miami. Fla. S3I4I5
    Tel. 444-47M
    Attorney for Petltlonei
    r. _' ft-16-23
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    notice IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
    ihe undersigned, desiring to engage 1.1
    business under Ihe fictitious name of
    ESTHER ANTHONY AND ASSOCI-
    ATES ai 215 Znmorn Avenue, Coral
    Cables. Florida intends t.. register
    said name with the Clerk of the f*1 -
    cuit Court of Dad.- County, Florida,
    ESTHER ANTHONY
    MEYER M BRILLIANT
    Attorney for Applicant
    .". 26 8 2-9-11
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THa
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    No. 72-10841
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    In R. The Marriage 1 If: J
    OKIE THOMAS. JR.. i.lushand
    and ADDIE DEI.I. THOMAS, wife.
    TO: ADDIE BELL THOMAS '
    2(112 l.esie Street
    Detroit. Michigan
    Yoc ARE HEREBY notified thai
    Petition for Dissolution of Marriage
    has lieen filed against you, and you
    are hereby required to serve a copy
    of your answer or other pleading t
    the Petition on ihe Husband's attor-
    ney LESTER ROGERS, whose ad-
    dress Is 1464 N.W. 17th Avenue, Mi-
    ami. Florida 28125, and file the orig-
    inal with the clerk ..f the above
    stvied Court, on or before the da]
    of July. 1972, or a Default will be
    entered against you.
    DATED this 2fi day of May, 1972.
    1: M LEATHERMAN
    Clerk of Circuit Curl
    BY: C P. (' .PEl.A.ND
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    ; 2-9-1 '-:
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY
    No. 72-10915
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN RE: MARRIAGE OF
    EVELYN FAY YAC. wife and
    EDDIE KI'I VAC. SR.. husband.
    TO: EDDIE KUI YAC. SR.
    RES1 DENCE CNF. NOWN
    YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
    that a Petition for Dissolution of Mar-
    riage has 1.....11 filed against you and
    vou are hereby required to serve a
    copv of vour Answer thereto on Peti-
    tioner's attorney. ALVIN S. CAWN.
    ion N. Blscayne Blvd.. suite mil.
    Miami. Florida, and to file the origi-
    nal \nswcr in the Office of the Clerk
    of the above styled Court, on or be-
    fore the :, day of July. 1972, other-
    wise a Judgment by Default will be
    entered agahist you.
    DATED this 26 dav of May. 1972.
    D. n. LEATHERMAN. Clerk
    BY: C. P. COPELAND
    ALVIN S. CAWN"
    Attorney for Petitioner
    inn n Blsoayne Blvd. Suite 1011
    Miami. PrM
    (Circuit Court S. all
    1; 2-9-16-22
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NO PROPERTY)
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY.
    CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-10501
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE:
    SAM MEYER, Petitioner
    and
    l;i"l'll M EYER. Respondent
    T< I: RUTH MEYER
    pin Neptune Avei ue
    Brooklyn. New Vork 11224
    . o Ruih Schnurman
    YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
    thai ^>\\ action for Dissolution of Mar-
    riage has been filed agalnsl you aid
    you arc required lo serve copy of
    your written defenses, if any, to it
    on CHARLES QERTLBR, attorney
    for Petitioner, who-.- address is 4;..
    I incoln Road. Miami Beach, Florid.,
    33139, and file the original With the
    clerk of the above styled court on or
    before June 26th, 1972: otherwise, a
    default will be entered against v.ll
    for ihe relief demanded in Ihe com*
    plain' or netltlon
    Tnls notice shall be published onoe
    cad- week for four consecutive weeka
    in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN'
    WITNESS mv hand and the seal of
    said court at Miami. Florida on this
    22rd day ..f May, 1973
    E II I K.tTHKHMAV,
    As Clerk. Circuit Court '
    Dade Countv, Florida
    Rv I. SNERDEN
    \- Deputy Clerk "
    (Clrcllll Court Seal)
    CHAR1 F.s O'-.lfrt BR, ESQ. "
    1 Attorney for Petitioner
    42" Lincoln Bond
    Miami Bench, Florida 33139
    8/26 '2-9-16
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA
    CASE NO.72-10500
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    iv be The Marriage of
    Rl iBBRT A. SAVAOB,
    Petitioner,
    and
    Tionis m iv \r:E a k, .<
    DORIS M HBRRINO,
    Reenondenf
    YOC DORIS M. RAVAGE a'k':)
    DOB'S M UFRRWn. In care of
    JEAN TFRRELT W1 Bolalre Btrae*.
    Abilene, T-\as APE HEREBY NOTI-
    FIED 'o fPe vour written defenses in
    this Dissolution of Marriage with th
    Court's Clerk and serve a copv upon
    Petitioner's M'ornev. VOX ZAMFT
    f- smith. 1-.12 Canital Bank r.W,
    Miami. I'lorlda on or before the 80th
    dav of June, 1972. el"e the Complaint
    w-Pl )>,- -.ken as confecsed.
    IBTt'ii Msv ".1. 1972.
    K 11. t i:\fttKRMW. njfRK
    Itv n M, K'RSKE
    rUmnfv Clerlt
    (Circuit Court Sen 11
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    IJe wish Flor idian
    hficonl
    Florida Friday, June 16, 1972
    Section B
    Ambassador Rabin Denies
    Washington Post Story
    NATIONAL SYNAGOGUE BODY
    Council Re-Elects Dr. Lehrman;
    Opens Study of Christian Views
    Dr. Irving Lehrman, rabbi of munity. no Protestant denomina-
    i..... Bead/6 Temple Emanu- tional or ecumenical unit has thus
    la for 29 years, has been reflected far done so.
    I al president of the Syna- Rabbi Henry Siegman, exec.itive
    ouncil of America. He is
    '<', first Floi idian ever to serve
    to. head ot the overall Jewish
    entatlve body of Orthodox.
    .alive and Reform Judaism.
    Ho ";>s chosen for a second year
    8t the annual meeting of the Syna-
    gogue Council, held in N'ew York
    City. At the same meeting, Dr.
    an announced that the or-
    ition will study the signifi-
    hanges, if any, in Christian
    views of Judaism and1 Jews since
    the end of World War II.
    The project will take spocia'
    rote of the establishment of Is-
    rael and of Vatican II, which "we
    have presumed have had' a funda-
    impact on Christian-Jew-
    ish relations." In 1968, the SCA
    S;:,: oilier national and Interna-
    tional Jewish agencies established
    formal relations with the World
    Council of Churches, and in 1970 vice president of the Synagogue
    with Vatican agencies. These ties Council of America, said the new
    the Synagogue Council on numer-
    ous other national and interna-
    tional bodies.
    He is past national chairman of
    the Rabbinic Council of ihe United
    Jewish Appeal, chairman of the
    board of the Greater Miami Com-
    mittee for State of Israel Bonds
    and has served as president of the
    Rabbinical Association of Greater
    Miami.
    A memher of the rabbinic cabi-
    net of the Jewish TKeological
    Seminary of America, he has
    taken national leadership positions
    in the Zionist Organizations of
    America. Jewish National Fund
    3nd numerous other Israe!-ori-
    enter"1 organizations.
    WASHINGTON (WNS) Is-
    rael's ambassador to the United
    States Yitzhak Rabin, angrily
    denied Sunday that he had ex-
    pressed a preference for Presi-
    dent Nixon's reelection in an in-
    terview broadcast over the Is-
    raeli radio on the anniversary
    of the Six-Day War. He said
    his statements, which appeared
    on the front page of the Wash-
    ington Post, were "misquoted"
    and charged that the dispatch
    by Yuval F.lizur from Jerusalem
    was an "effort to cause great
    damage between the United
    States and Israel, between the
    American and Israeli people and
    between the Jewish communi-
    ties in Israel and the United
    Slates."
    According to the Post story.
    Ambassador Rabin had1 indicated
    that he would favor President
    Nixon's reelection in November.
    He was reported to have =nid.
    "While we appreciate support in
    the form of words we are get-
    ting from one camp, we must
    prefer support in the form of
    deeds in the other camp."
    Admitting that he had distin-
    guished between support In
    words and support in deeds, the
    ambassador denied that he had
    related them to either "camp."
    Israeli sources here noted that
    Rabin's interview ha:1 started
    with praise for President Tru-
    man's support for Israel.
    Stressing that it was his gov-
    ernment's Rmbassy's policy not
    to interfere in any domestic af-
    fairs of the United States, Mr.
    Rabin add<'d that in more than
    four years as ambassador in
    Washington he had pursued'
    that policy and would continue
    so long as he is ambassador.
    Lawrence O'Brien, national
    chairman of the Democratic
    Party who appeared on the ABC
    television program "Issues and
    Answers" last weekend, was
    asked what his reaction to the
    Post story was, and replied. "I
    can't believe that an ambassador
    representing a foreign power
    would become directly involved
    in a presidential election in any
    way."
    DR. IRVING IfHRMAN
    will be studied as to their effeel
    cr. ecumenism
    The Synagogue Council ot
    America, with headquarters in
    New York City, is the coordinat-
    ing agency for the three wings
    :' American Jewry. Its purpose is
    ( give a single address and a
    united voice in all matters regard-
    ing which the three branches have
    a common concern.
    Is the recognized agency ol
    nerica Jewry vis-a-vis the Cath-
    project launched under Dr. I-ehr-
    man's presidency "is one of the
    most significant programs in oui
    history."
    Dr. Lehrman is a member of the
    executive commitee of UNESCO
    member of the President's Com
    mission on Ag'ng and represents
    Rabbis Landau, Abramowitz
    Elected at SERRA Conclave
    Rabbi Sol Landau of Beth David
    1 Protestant national agen- Congregation was reelected pres.-
    he U.S. Government, the
    nited Nations and all U.N
    'oriies.
    The study by the SCA will be
    . ted by its Committee on Inter-
    is Affairs, chaired by Dr.
    Wurzberger, professor ot
    phy at Yeshiva University
    of a Queens, N.Y. syna-
    ! Lehrman noted that a-
    .tough the Catholic church has
    set up a full-time secretariat for
    is with the Jewish corn-
    dent of the seven-state Region ol
    the Rabbinical Assembly during its
    recent soring conference in Or-
    lando; Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
    of Temple Menorah was elected i
    vice president.
    Among speakers at the two-day
    conference was Rabbi Gershon
    Cohen, chancellor-elect if the Jew-
    ish Theological Seminary of Amer-1
    ica. Rabbi Cohen described new .
    programs the seminary established I
    to meet the needs of local com-
    muni' ies.
    Executive Suite Openings
    Increasing, Expert Says
    NEW YORK (JTAI The
    executive director of the Tew-
    :>h Occupational Council (JOCt
    said last week that more Jew-
    ish professionals need to be
    made aware that opportunities
    were widening in the executive
    suite of banks, public utilities
    and such major industrial cm-
    plovers as automotive firms.
    Henry Stem, the JOC orfic-
    ial said Jews interested in exec-
    utive jobs in such firms should
    seek help from Jewish vocational
    service agencies and American
    Jewish Committee chapters in
    'heir cities. The JOC. which is
    '.he coordinating agency for Jew-
    ish vocational groups, has work-
    ed for some time with the Amer-
    ican Jewish Committee in seek-
    ing to persuade executives of
    such firms to hire more Jewish
    personnel at the professional and
    management levels, he declared
    in commenting on a report that
    the Jewish Vocational Service
    oi Detroit has been asked by a
    number of such firms in the De-
    troit area to process job appli-
    cants, for management nositi^is.
    and for positions as key punch
    operators and data processors.
    The report in the Jewish N^ws
    of Detroit said that ccJleee grad-
    uates were being advised to con-
    sider the possibilities of careers
    at Chrysler Corp. Bell Tele-
    phone, and several large banks
    which are seeking Jewish re-
    cruits.
    Sy Symons, head of person-
    nel placement at the Detroit
    JVS. has been informed by Chry-
    sler that it needs company physi-
    cians and that the Detroit Edi-
    son Co. is seeking young attor-
    neys interested in corporation
    law. Three Detroit banks have
    each promoted a Jew to a vice
    presidency and have indicated
    that other important personnel
    positions were opening up for
    Jews. Chrysler announced at the
    same time that a Jew. Alvin ^ll-
    verstein. had been anpomte- per-
    sonnel placement coordinator for
    the auto firm.
    Richard Kux. chairman of the
    AJCommittee Detroit chapters
    executive suite committee, said
    the committee's efforts with the
    banks during the past two years
    had brought significant alt-ra-
    tions in the companies' willing-
    ness to change their rmace in
    the Jewish community. Stern
    said here that while the experi-
    ence of the Detroit JVS was not
    unique, it was also by no mea*s
    common yet among JVS affili-
    ates of the JOC.
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    Poae 2-B
    *Mnist IfrrkJicW
    Friday. June ".;. IqJ:
    Ben Steinberg New Director
    Of Florida Histadrut Office
    Bon Zion S Zionist leader ami Jewish com- Foundation.
    mur.ity worker, has been nam!!
    _ j Mr. Steinberg has been the field
    director of the Histatfru! Founda-
    tion for the past four years, and
    has worked several months in the
    Greater Miami area in conjunction
    with the annual mid-winter con-
    ferences of ihe organization held
    hen each wintei.
    A former president of the HOlel
    Academy in Camden, N.J.. Mr
    Steinberg was a vice president of
    Jruish agencies there, and also
    was rhairman of the Bureau of
    Jewish Education. He helped or-
    ganize and sen ed as presid.-nt of
    th< I'oale Zion anl Farband, La-
    bor Zionist organizations, in hi-
    home community and also helped
    jrsanize and served as chairman
    df the Zionist Emergency Council
    in Camden.
    Mr. Steinbcts, who was chair-
    man of the school board and ndult
    lucati< n Institute of Beth K'. one
    of the largest Curiser. a; ive -yi:a-
    gogues i-1 New Jersey, i> a rad-
    iate of GratZ Hebrew Teachers
    College in Philadelphia, and
    ;iught Hebrew for several year*
    He was president of the Jewish
    National Appeal. Council o' Cam-
    (vn and an active leader in the
    United Jewish Appeal.
    In Florida. Mr. Steinberg 'Ail!
    work closely with Samuel "cm-
    stcin and Moc Levin, presi Ion'
    and board chairman of the Ilista-
    diut Council, ann with Dr. Leon j
    Kronish, national board chairman
    of the Histadrut Foundation.
    Hlstadfllt regional offices are
    in the One Lincoln Roa'": Bids.
    BEN ZION STEIf 3ERG
    ex CUtlve director ol he I-ra"!
    Histadrut Council of S.uth Flor-
    ida .in of the Israel Histadrut
    ; lation in Florida.
    The appointment Wbfl nnnounced
    in New York by l>on Keyserling,
    pn -:'!ent of the Nation'i! Commit-
    t< for I.al>oi Is:ael and former
    chairman of President Haivi S
    Truman't Council of Economi-? Ad
    \ irs, atu! bv T>. Sol Stein. p--~d ;
    South Florida USY
    Officers Elected
    Bonnie Gintis of Beth Torah
    Congregation, North Miami Bvach.
    uas elected to serve as president
    of the South Florida Svb-Rcgion
    of United Synagogue Youth at the
    annual convention last week m
    Temple Beth Israel. Port louder-
    dale.
    Bonnie, daughter of Mr. and
    Mrs. Stanley Gintis. will be a jun-
    ior at North Miami Senior High
    I School next fall. She has attended
    | Hebrew High School and rellidous
    , school at Beth Tovah Congrega-
    tion au'l i> the reH'.'ious \-lce presi-
    ; c":mt of the senior USY chapter.
    Bonnie previously served as pres-
    ! klent of the junior chapter and o!
    , Kadima, and has for the past twr
    .ears been Kadima chairman on
    ihe Southeast Region USY board
    and a member of the national
    ; Kadima committee. She will -oenri
    six weeks traveling around the
    Unit, rl Si it. ;i, part of the !.'S^
    on Wheels" program this summer.
    The new a '"ministration also in-
    cludes Randy Konigsburg of Tem-
    pie Sholom. Pom pa no Beach, vie
    ; president: Debbie Fixe! (.f Temple1
    Sinai. Hollywood, secre'ary. and
    Cheryll Levine of Temple Sinai.
    honorary president.
    United Synagogue Youth Is the
    teen-age arm of the United Syna-1
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    Women's Division Leading
    In Percentage Increase
    Thp Women's Division. ,o/ ahe
    L;' CJA-IEF campaign' of the
    Greater Miami Jewish Federation^
    L :*S U"=' nation in percentage
    grease over last year's gifts, it
    Ijaj been announced.
    The Division has raised $911,295
    on In-half of the 1972 campaign, an
    hcrease of 51% over the same
    last year, according to Mrs
    (forma Kipnis and Mrs. Toby
    Medland, Women's Division vice
    ents for cami>aign. The na-
    tional average is 23%.
    With over $24 million raised as
    of the en of April, women's divi-
    sions a< ross the nation are setting
    -, -x fund-raising records in the
    Burnr.i campaigns of Jewish Fed-
    >rations, Welfare Funds and Com-
    uunlty Councils.
    Women ar accounting for about
    0'. of all monies raised, it was
    reported. This year, the overall
    national campaign is expected to
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    $370 million. '
    . Last year, ,women's divisions
    reacnda nvfad-raisinB'*peak
    of more than $37 million to help
    meet social welfare needs locally,
    nationally, overseas and in Israel.
    Of 97 reporting communities, 34
    have already exceeded last year's
    historic campaign totals with still
    more to go in this year's fund-
    raising.
    By the first of May, five cities
    had exceeded the $1 million mark
    in campaign contributions: New
    York United Jewish Appeal, with
    over $4 million: Los Angeles, with
    more than $1.5 million; Detroit
    with more than $1.25 million: anC
    Chicago and San Francisco, each
    with better than $1 million.
    Four communities Baltimore
    Cleveland, Miami and Philadelphia
    have raised over $750,000; Es
    sex County, N.J., Houston, Tex.,
    and Milwaukee, Wis., are past thr
    $500,000 mark.
    Loealites To Be
    BBW Delegates
    Mrs. Hillel King, president o'
    the Amity Chapter of B'nai B'rith
    Women, will represent her .map-
    i tor at the 32nd annual B'nai B'rith
    Women District 5 convention to bt
    I held in Washington, D.C., Jun<
    \XI U>. 20. ......, in,,,,,,,
    Other local delegates are Mrs
    Nat Miller and Mrs. Harry Ebner
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    national Jewish service organiza-
    tion of 140.000 members engaging
    in civic, educational and philan-
    thropic programs throughout the
    world.
    Sinai Consecrates
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    Newly elected officers of Tem-
    ple Sinai High School Youth Group.
    SNFTY, will be consecrated dur-
    ing Friday evening services at the
    temple.
    SNFTY officers are: Jnnis King,
    president; Pamela Wold, vice pres-
    ident; Gail Ann Tajen, secretary:
    Debbie Kaufman, treasurer; Janet
    Raskin, chaplain; Susan Birnbach
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    and Shari Katz, Dublicity.
    Rabbi, Wife Feted
    Young Israel of Greater Miami
    Sisterhood will honor Rabbi and
    Mrs. Naftali Porush on their forth-
    coming Aliyah to Israel at a meet-
    ing in the social hall Wednesday
    at H:30 p.m. Mrs. Stuart Gross and
    Mrs. Barry Schreiber servo as
    Sisterhood presidium.
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    Fridcy. Jur.5 16, 19
    BBW's District Five Holds
    Its 32nd Annual Convention
    Rep. Murray Dubbin Bids For House Sen
    B'nai B*rith Women Distiic-t
    Five, a pan of the oJ Ot J wish
    B i-viwowjwni/ation in America.
    MRS. ARTHUR HOROWITZ
    will oven its .'.2nd annual conven-
    tion in Washington, D.C. Satur-
    day.
    B'nai B'rith Women is an inter-
    national Jewish service organiza-
    tion of 150.030 members engaging
    in civic, educational and philan-
    thropic programs. District Five in-
    cludes the District of Columbia.
    and six southeastern states. Mary-
    land. Virginia, North and South Of great interest to the c'ele-
    CaroUna, and Georgia and Florida gates and gptsts, and highUgh tint-
    The Juno 19*20 convention, the tite*omvntion, will be a public al
    gates and guests, and highlighting
    Martha \V. Griffiths, con
    woman from Michigan, and the
    Hon. Morris K. Udall. congresman
    from Arizona, Monday.
    The convention will zlose Tues-
    day, following the gaia awards
    luncheon. Mrs. L. Leonard Ruben
    of Silver Spring, Md., outgoinc
    president of B'nai B'rith Womer
    District Five, and incoming presi
    dent. Mrs. Arthur Horwitz ol
    North Miami Beach, will pre id-
    Selected B'nai B'rith Women chap-
    ters, and individual members Froro
    all parts of District Five will re
    ceive recoenition for outstandinc
    accomplishments in various activi-
    ties.
    Committee Presents Skit
    A skit depicting a day in Miami's
    "Concept House," a drug rehabili-
    tation center, was to be presented
    by the Make America Better Com-
    mittee of the Miami Board of
    Realtors Thursday at 8 p.m. in the
    auditorium of the Realtors' build-
    ing at 1390 NW 7th St., according
    to Bill Brest, committee chairman.
    The cast includes girls and boys
    who are actuaily residents of Con-
    cept House.
    theme 01 which is "Hen and
    Now," will be held In conjunction
    with B'nai B'rith District Grand
    Lodge Number Five, the men:
    organization.
    Rabbi Benjamin M. Kahn, xec-
    utive vice president of B'nai B'rith,
    1 eive the keynote address to
    the 600 delegates at the join*
    opening session Saturday. Rabbi
    Kahn. widely known for his work
    with youth, has been national di-
    rectoi of B'nai B'rith Hi'lel Foun-
    dations for the past 12 years.
    Greetings will be extend' bj
    Joseph Frankle, president of FVnai
    B'rith National Capital Associa-
    tion; Mrs. Philip Witorsch, presi-
    dent of B'nai B'rith Women Wash-
    ington, D.C. Metropolitan Coun-
    cil, and Mrs. Leonard Ruben, presi-
    dent of B'nai B'rith Women Dis-
    trict Five, at the opening session
    Rabbi Richard Israel, coordina-
    tor of B'nai B'rith Hillel Founda-
    tions in the New England states,
    will address a joint luncheon rivet-
    ing on "Recent Trent's and Op-
    tions for Jewish Stud-nts in a
    Post Drug Culture" Sunday.
    Sunday afternoon the women
    will hold workshops on leadership
    training, under the direction of
    Dr. Richard M. Goldberg, assistant
    professor of psychology at the
    University of West Florida, who
    has served as advisor to B'nai
    B'rith Women District Five for
    more than two years.
    Florida Rep. Murray Dubbin,
    who has announced for the Demo-
    cratic nomination for the Dist. 115
    seat in the State Legislature, has
    served five terms in the Florida
    House, and is the current chair-
    man of the Daile delegation.
    Mr. Dubbin was chosen last year
    to receive the Allen Morris Award
    as the most valuable member of
    the Florida House. He was chair-
    man of the House Committee on
    Constitutional Revision in 1%7.
    and later served as chairman of
    the Committee on Rules and Cal-
    endar.
    A graduate of the University of
    Florida. Mr. Dubbin i.
    social assistant attorr L.(.,,ir
    and was a member ol
    County Democratic
    Committee from 1953 ij| laJ
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    frandefa Women In 24th Annual Confab
    |-, ,. r Today Towards To-1 represented by Mrs. Ben Leerer.
    h-.mi<>-. was the theme of meet- newly elected president, and Mrs.
    ars and workshops dur j Lawrence G. Nusbaum, who was
    ir^ ill 24th annual conference of seated on the national hoard,
    to \;r c :.al Women's Committee \------------------------
    Summer of ,72 Dance
    (Bran* is University held on the
    Brawl' campus at Waltham.
    Ila- The dates of the event.
    |un,. u to 14. coincided with tht
    Ln|Vl.;. annu.il commencement
    f\,re-- n Sunday.
    The Greater Hollywoo4 Chapter
    I th> 'omen's Committee was
    Youm; Singles of Temple Emanu-
    Kl will hoi. a Summer of 72
    Dance" at the Lehrman Day
    School. 727 77th Si Sunday
    starting at H::!0 p.m Marty I.is-
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    social croup.
    Sisterhood of Temple Judea of Coral Gables
    officers for the 1972-73 year include, from
    left, (top row) Mrs. Harvey Miller, historian;
    Mrs. Richard Lewis, treasurer; Mrs Leon
    Henry, parliamentarian; Mrs. Paul Kaplan,
    financial secretary; Mrs. Kurt Frank, corre-
    sponding secretary; Mrs. Harold Bergar,
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    * Mi* 1st fhrrHi^r
    Friday, June 16, I972HI
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    NO UELK: Sis ,Mrs. Arthur, Uillens and her dad. Aaron I or-
    !..... just returned from a big week in Las Vegas and Los Angeles-
    vtttlng: k ... s they haven', seen lor more than 25 yearf They
    time U. catch the Eydie Gorme and Steve Lawrence show at
    Mn, '.- i m T before RinR on to LA" to attend the Bat
    Sfitevah Ot a coutln, and returned to Miami one hour before graduation
    ^bean at the University of Miami, where daughter. Andrea
    who earned her B.S. degree in Speech Therapy, "turned her tassel "
    Andrea was the third from the Willens household to graduate from
    college during the past three years, but it was still a thrilling and ex-
    citing moment for Mom and Dad. The next big event for the Wilton
    family will take place thus week when Grandpa Gordon is awarded his
    50 year pin as a Mason. He transferred his membership to the Surfside
    Lodge, where the ceremonies will be held, from Akron. Ohio when he
    came to South Florida.
    EXCHANGE: When Sandy and Reuhen Ingar played host to two
    I-raell boyi who were playing the international tennis circuit here this
    ! .v.T'tTh y fli'!1ntJdream that and uhV, Kd '" a S'ncere imitatio" tnm the boys' parents,
    and what promises to be an outstanding summer for 14-vear-old Steven
    Vagar. Steve leave, for Israel this Sunday-armed with tennis racket
    -nd enthusiasm. He will spend three weeks at a tennis camp and dur-
    ing the remaining time will alternate between the two families who
    have promised to show him "their town." Kadimah!!!
    ,. AP,'RK< 'y'ON: Sylvia Zlffer. outgoing president of the Mollie
    Kahaner Sist,-,hood of Beth Torah Congregation, and her husband
    Ewald, invited tne board members an.l their husbands to a cocktail
    party at their horn- Wednesday evening. It is sure to be a culinary
    delight, because Sylvia excels in this department also.
    LOVE IN: Eleanor and Milton Lowe celebrated 36 years of to-
    getherness this week, and it's really hard to believe! The vivacious
    couple .ould easily pass for contemporaries of their young-adult off-
    spring: Sheldon, a New York attorney. Mona, a New York career girl
    an.l J-rstncine, a student at the University of Florida. '
    ADVENTURE: Alpha Kpsilon Pi frat brothers Wayne .Marshall
    and (i.orge WeJaa are off to "Merry Old England" where they will par-
    ticipate in the Florida State University London Study Center program
    attendingschool and receiving their regular college credits until De-
    cember Their living quarters are in a hotel in the Kensington section
    oi London; between sessions, they plan to explore Europe with a "bed-
    roll and |ck on their backs." Oh, to be young again!
    . 1VI?,IT,N David, flew to New York City for their Alma Maters1 reunionsit was
    the loth Barnard College get-together and Columbia University's 20th
    . E ayne and Phil Paul, who are flying to Long Island for a family
    Bar Mitzvah, plan to stay and catch up with old friends and relatives-
    they won t even venture into the city ... Ede and Bruce Slovln staying
    at the Ben franklin Hotel in Philadelphia where they will be feted by
    Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company's home office. Bruce earned
    membership in the "President's Club" with his outstanding sales dur-
    ing his first year with the firm.
    TAKE TWO ASPIRIN: Anyone needing medical or dental atten-
    tion in the North Dade area this past Saturday evening probably re-
    ceived those magic words of advice from someone's answering service
    Dr. David (endodontist) and Sarah Badat celebrated their daughter
    Lisa's Bat Mitzvah with a reception at the Deauville Hotel ... and Dr.
    Val (internist) and Lenore Block hosted a party at their home in
    honor of their son Billy's Bar Mitzvah. In each case, the dental and
    medical professions in the area were well represented. As a matter
    of fact, many guests were mutual friends of both families and had to
    "commute'' between the affairs. C'est la vie!
    TALENTED: Lynn, the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Rosen-
    thai, is leaving for Baltimore, Md., where she will attend art classes at
    the Maryland Institute for six weeks. (Now we know who jr-mma
    Zelda takes after!)
    JET SET: Tootle and Bob Fonnan jetting back from New York
    where they stayed in the Waldorf Astoria while Bob attended a con-
    vention concerned with the social services agencies of Federation
    The Formans loved every minute of it!
    MADE IN HEAVEN: The setting was definitely celestial Sunday
    evening in the Fontainebleau Hotel's Club Gigi, when Dr. and Mrs.
    Alfred c;< ron.miis gave their daughter, Lynn, in marriage to Jen-old
    Blgelman. The flowers, lace cloths and entire wedding party sparkled
    in dazzling white. Prior to the official religious ceremony, the bride
    and groom made their own personally written vows to each other in an
    intimate ceremony witnessed by the rabbi and their parents Follow-
    ing the festivities, the newlyweds left for a honeymoon in Acapulco.
    HONORS: Last weekend was one of simchas and degrees at the
    Bellows household ... a reception was given in honor of Nadine, who
    became Bat Mitzvah at Beth Torah Congregation; her mother, Selma,
    received her B.S. degree in Education from Florida Atlantic University
    after many long years of "going back to school," and Randy, who had
    already received a scholarship in Journalism to the University of Flor-
    ida, where he's on the staff of The Alligator, was selected by the Sigma
    Delta Pi Society as having written the "Best Feature Article in the
    Southeast District. Randy, who won the "Wright Medal of Honor" as
    an outstanding student in the School of Journalism, will be on the Miami
    Herald City Desk this summer. Jan, the oldest son, is in the Graduate
    School of Veterinary Medicine at Auburn University.
    TRANSFORMED: Ellie and Larry Gordon celebrated their son
    Jeffrey's Bar Mitzvah last weekend at the Aventure Country Club by
    tranforming the room into "JEFFREY'S ARCADE"a gay place com-
    plete with pin-ball machines, candy apples on a stick, cotton candv and
    the works. The years faded away and all were "young at heart" The
    Gordons, who have lived in Puerto Rico and New York, are new to our
    town, but have made many friends here.
    NACHAS: Iris Tanney, daughter of Mrs. Marilyn Tanney of North
    Miami Beach, graduated from Lehrman Day School with the highest
    honors it had ever bestowed on any student. Chosen valedictorian, she
    also received the American Legion award for character and scholarship.
    TRAVELING TWOSOMES: Patty and Marvin Gross. Western
    Europe; Kenny and Marlene C'haitman, Spain and Portugal; Roz and
    Mitch Weber. Israel; Rocky and Gene SUverstein, Mexico, and Toba
    and Barry Melselman, the Orient.
    Mrs. Tepper Is
    AJCong. Division
    President Again
    Mrs. Murray Tepper was iistal-
    l.-d lor a s'>cond term as president
    of the Florida Women's Division
    American Jewish Congress, at the
    group's annual installation lun"h-
    eon -hHd June 1 in '.he Jordan
    Marsh auditorium. North Miami
    Beach.
    Mrs Irving B. Kaplan, chairman
    of the board, also Installed the fol-
    lowing officers who will serve from
    1972-71: Mrs. Maurice Cahn. hon-
    orary vice president; Mrs. "sol
    Berlin. Mrs. Alex Meyerson, Mrs.
    Anna Miller, M*s. Charles Silvers.
    Mrs. Irving Quartin ar.i Mrs.
    Harry Ancess, 'ice previd"nts;
    Mrs. Benjamin Kamen, financial
    secretary and treasurer: Mrs. Al-
    bert Cahn and Mrs. Jeanotte Stern.
    secretaries.
    Guest speakers included Rabbi
    Max A. Linschitz. president of the
    American Jewish Congress, South-
    lAJeddincj J^jells fviVic
    9
    east Region, who stressed the im-
    portance of Jewish education, and
    Dr. Samuel Cohen, national direc-
    tor of organization and member
    ship, who spoke of the necessity of
    'expanded membership involving
    the younger generation.''
    Helen Gennaine And
    Ira Diener To Marry
    Mr. and Mrs. Morris Germaine.
    12590 NE lth Ave., are announc-
    ing the engagement of their daugh-
    ter, Helen Ann, to Ira Andrew
    Diener.
    The bridegroom-to-be is the son
    of Mr. and Mrs. Max Diener, 620
    79th St., Miami Beach.
    The couple will marry in Decem-
    ber.
    Juvenile Diabetes
    Agency Formed
    Juvenile Diabetes Foundat'on, a
    non-profit organization dedicated
    to support am? enlarge education
    and research in juvenile diabetes
    has been organized in South Flor-
    ida.
    Mrs. Robert Kronowit is presi-
    dent of the groun. which has ooen-
    ed offices at 35 NE 17th St.. M ami.
    She said the disease ranks third
    in chronic diseases affecting chil-
    dren, with thousands of youne-
    sters suffering from diabetes in
    this area.
    Dr. Daniel H. Mintz is chairman
    of the med'eal advisory board.
    Sheldon L. Singer is chairman or
    the board of directors. Vice oresi-
    dents are M^s. Nancv Marumsrud.
    Mrs. Stin'w Gurwitz and Mrs.
    George Stamos.
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    MRS. SAMUIL P. GOLDSTEIN
    Goluslein-Rlachmr.n
    Sunday afternoon, June 11. at
    five o'clock. Sandra R bin B'.ack-
    rnan and Samuel Phillip Go:
    were united in marriage at Tem-
    ple Judea during a creative wed-
    ding ceremony written by the
    bi 11 an gro >m. A rec 'ption and
    dlnnei followed in the temple so-
    lal hall.
    The b-'ide. daught r of Mr. and
    Mrs. Edward Blackman. 5741 SW
    >4lh PI., is a graduate of South-
    west High School and Memphis
    State University. She is presently
    teaching speech and English at a
    local private school.
    Mr. Goldstein, son of 'he Harold
    Goldsteins. llti-10 SW 61st Ct.
    : graduated from Palmetto High
    School and the University <>: Ml-
    ' ami. He is associated with a sea-
    | food brokerage firm in Miami.
    For the wedding, Sandy chose a
    gown of candlelight peau de soie
    combined with English net and an
    attached train. The gown was
    trimmed in Alencon lace and ap-
    pliqued with tiny seed pearls and
    velvet ribbon. From her ivory re-
    embroidered Alencon lace Came-
    lot headpiece fell a four-tier veil
    of illusion. She carried a cascade
    of white roses with an orchid and
    white stephanotis and baby's
    breath on her bridal bible.
    Attending the bride were her
    sister. Diane Blackman, maid of
    honor, who also sang the love
    theme from "Romeo and Juliet" at
    the wedding: and bridesmaids Susi
    Goldstein, sister of the bridegroom,
    Jan Kaplan, and Mrs. Natalie Boy-
    kin. Each girl carried a bouquet
    of bridal pink roses. Lori Beth
    Fraden and Steven W. Fraden.
    cousins of the bridegroom, served
    as flower girl and ringbearer.
    Jack R. Goldstein served as best
    man for his brother. Groomsmen
    were Michael Povlo, Bernard 5ork.
    and James W. Baros. III. Each of
    the men in the wedding party
    wore a white silk yarmulka with
    the couple's monogram embroid-
    ered on it.
    Guests at the wedding included
    the bride's grandparents Mr. and
    Mrs. Rubin Blackman, and her
    husband's grandmothers, Mrs
    Bettv A. Surloff and Mrs. Becky
    Goldstein. Out-of-town guests shar-
    ing in the simcha were numerous
    aunts, uncli>s and cousins, includ-
    ing M-s. Shirioy Singer. Mr. and
    Mrs. Albert Singer. Chester Singer
    and his fiancee, Mr. and Mrs. A.
    Bernard Kazdan, Mr. and Mrs.
    Leonard Blackman. and Mr. and
    Mrs. Abe Silber. Also. Max Alpert.
    Mrs. Sophica Gold. Mr. and Mrs
    Martin Coll and family, Mr. and
    Mrs. Berme Fraden and children.
    Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Stone and
    daughters, and Mr. and Mrs. Her-
    bert Harris.
    Following a honeymoon in Ocho
    Rios, Jamaica, the new Mr. and
    Mrs. Goldstein will make their
    home in Miami.
    MRS. MiCHAH WETA10RE
    Wetm ore-Plotkin
    After a trip through the < si
    the former Karen Sue Plot!
    Michael Howard Wei
    live In Pa:o Alto, Calif., whe
    bridegroom will attend Si
    Law School.
    Temple Beth Da\ id, it
    Sol Landau officiating, was I
    of the nuptials uniting th<
    Mr. and Mrs. Wetmore S
    June 11. at 12:30 p.m.
    The bride is the daughter
    an; Mrs. Leo Plotkin. 6080 -
    63rd Ct.. and granddaughl
    Mrs. Sophia Plotk'n, and o "
    late Fred Haas. Her husba
    the son of Mr. and Mrs. 1 :
    Wetmore of Gary. Ind.
    Attending the bride were hi
    sisters, Barbara Plotkin. maid
    honor, and Amy Plotkin. flwi
    girl, with Rebecca Bernstein a:;
    Lois Wetmore as bridesmaids
    The bridegroom's best man wa
    his brother. Steve Wetmore: usfe
    ers were Norman Tobey. Phi!/1!
    Skager. and the bride's brother*
    Ben Plotkin and Loren Plotk::
    Ringbearer was Dennis Green.
    The bride, a graduate of Con
    Cables High School, attended
    University of Florida nn -' has '_
    degree in social work from <
    ana University. Her husband is i
    graduate of Horace Mann Tl;:.
    School in Gary, and has a hach
    elor's and master's degree in p >li^:.
    cal science from Indiana Univef
    sity.
    Billowitch-Epter
    Wendy Maria Epter an:' Riia:
    Tosenh BiUowitch were marri
    Sunday. June 11. in the Valencfr
    Room of the Sevpte Hotel. P.abb
    Robert Frazin officiated.
    The bride is the daughter of Mr
    and Mrs. Bernard A. Epf- o
    20020 NE 21st Ave.. North Mian
    Beach. Th bridegroom is the KH
    of Mrs. Frances Billowitch. n\-
    of North Miami Beach.
    For the ceremony the bride =J
    lected a white silk organza SOW
    with Venice lace and ohap-M-lce'l
    train. It featured a hi^h neckilnt
    and long, full bishoo sleeves will
    ruffled cuffs. The matching r>r
    elot mantilla, also trimmed wit'
    white Venice lace, fell into
    chapel-length train.
    Maid of ho"or was Linda hW
    man. with Bonni" Struhl. LesM
    r^onath. Ellen Friedman an i '^
    bridegroom's sister. Marlenp Billo-
    witch, serving as bridesmaids,
    James Nesmith nerved- ;'
    man and u=Hrs were Ear! I
    Michael Nicholson. Pa'd Mirth.
    Rickv Rrooks and the
    brother. Richard Epter.
    The n"w Mrs Billow it. h a
    "ate of Nor'and Senior Hlrf
    School, was "crentlv gra luate
    with a B.A. degree from '.
    University. Hr husband
    -radnate of Nor'anJ Sen! >r Hi-'-
    School, attends Ceor-*^ I'
    of Technology in Atlanta, ar-i
    will receive his degree In e>
    ing and business administration.
    After a nonevmoo" in Nassau
    the couple will live in Atlanta. Ga.


    Friday. June 16, 1972
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    MRS. RONAID J. BIllOW/TCM
    Papir-Sapoznik
    Maryland will be the future i
    of the former Rosa Sapoznik
    s Papir who exchanged
    m. i ;e vows Sun ay 'nlng
    j LI, at the Eden Roc Ho'ei
    !. Mayor Abramowltz offici- j
    a ,i the 6:30 p.m n ny.
    Attendants for the bride were
    p, } Sapoznik, ma! I >nor and
    C; i Bcrens, matron of honor-
    ;maids Alina Borsky, Sonia
    nik, Bertha Bartenbaum.
    'ii.ii'. Eva Walnriband Irene
    .. r. and Judy Libhaber a-
    : i : girl.
    I Kaplan serve: .- the bride-
    i's best man; ushers wow
    I'ajiir. Danny Panir, Mario
    :nik, Mike Cosieher, Angei
    K rhol and Albert Sapoznik. Jim-
    Behar was rlngbearer.
    Daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Van-
    It; Sapoznik, 1170 S. Biscayne
    Pi 1., the bride is a graduate of
    M li Beach High School and
    X imi-Dade Junior College and
    attended the University ut Miami.
    Parents of the bridegroom are
    Mr and Mrs. Pincho Papir. 17960
    NK >'.th Ave. A graiua'e of Miami
    Beach High Schoo'., lie attended
    thi University of Florida and
    earned a degree from the Univer-
    Sitj of Miami.
    The couple will honeymoon en
    route to their new home in
    Man land.
    MRS. CHARltS PAPIR
    Mrs. Gerald Goldwasser, 3073 Al-
    ton Rd
    For her wedding, the bride wore
    a gown of Alencon lace and or-,
    gan/a and carried a white Bibli
    covered with red roses. Maid of
    honor was her sister, Abbe Pep-
    per; Maitv S'aiK and Amy Burns
    served as bridesmal I
    R berl Gold < ass tt sensed a^
    ii; brother's besl man, and An-
    drew Goldwassei and Sennet Burns
    ishen d.
    iJoth Mr. Goldwasser and his.
    bride arc graduates of the Univer-
    sity of Tonne-
    MRS. JEFFREY" GOLDWASSER
    Librarian 17 Years,
    Mrs. Sintow Retires
    Afte- 17 years as librarian of
    the Jewish Library of Greater
    Miami, Mrs. Anna Sintow was to
    retire from her post Thursday.
    Gohlwasser-Pepper
    A reception and dinner at Tem-
    pi.' F.manu-El followei the cere-
    mony there which united in mar-
    riage the former Linda Susan
    Pepper and Jeffrey Ian Goldwas-
    ser Sunday. June 11. Rabbi Irving
    Lchrman officiated at the 6 pjn.
    nuptials.
    Parents of the newlvweds are
    Mr and Mrs. Milton J. Pepper.
    1912 NE 118th R*.. and Mr. and
    Harris-Mctzguer
    A reception at the Ed'~n Ro(
    Hotel lollowed the nuptials then
    uniting the former Patricia Am
    MetZguer and Ira Alexander Har-
    ris Sunday. June 11. Dr. Irving
    Lehrman officiated.
    The bride is the daughter of
    Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Metzguer
    of Knoxville, Tenn. A regisiered
    nurse and surgical assistant, she
    is currently employed at Cincinnati
    Children's Hospital.
    The bridegroom's parents are Mr.
    and Mrs. Jack Karris of Flamingo
    Plaza Hotel an." Apartments. Mi-
    ami Beach. A graduate of Miami
    Beach Senior High School, he holds
    a B.A. degree in Spanish and Eng-
    lish from Tulane University, and
    an MA. degree in English from
    Case-Western Reserve University
    A graduate teaching assistant
    in English at the University ot
    Cincinnati where he is completing
    work toward a Ph.D.. Mr. Harris
    was recently appointed instructor
    in the department of English a*
    Louisiana State University at Bat-
    on Rouge. He is a member of the
    Modern Language Association, the
    American Association of Univer-
    sity Professors and the Jewish
    Peace Fellowship.
    Dado's Ban. Ralph Ponton will
    receive a certificate of apprecia-
    tion from State Commissioner
    of Education Floyd Christian at
    a noon Kwwheon meeting of the
    Downtown Kiwanis Clu1; Frl lay,
    Juno 23, at the McAllister H I
    Sen. Poston, a member of ?he
    Downtown Kiwanis, is reietv-
    i-g the award for his irk as
    chad man of the School Systems
    Facilities Corr.niitt v.
    *r -J:
    Graham Ross, who has b*&\
    serving as p"blic relations co-
    ordinator at Garden State Park,
    has been named i publicity di-
    rector at H'aleah Ra Cou"S9,
    a"c rdii'i' to Eugene M*H oresi-
    dent of Hialeah, and William ('.
    Fisher, general manager of thi
    Florida oval.
    The main llbary an! b"an***>es
    of the Miami-Da^e pub'ic !'.br-
    a-y system v ill be i-loed Toes-
    day. J '"y 4. but will b^ open as
    os..;,! Mon lay, July 3. The -n^in
    lib-ary :s clos-d Sm;*ay dm tag
    the summer months.
    Phil Schoenber^^r, v. ho '"is
    he- n ele ;te I resi "r ol the
    North Bay Vi'lage Liors Club,
    will take "ff'c June 23 ''
    succeeds Martin Sosna i'l the
    post. Some 35 club members
    have a dinner meotll
    Tlvir- 'av at Franklin's Taverne,
    Miami Beach.
    ix -it 6
    Information concerning a spe-
    cial comfhenwative Sachet to>
    be applied to mail during the
    Democratic Nomination Conven-
    ti'n has beei annojnerd by
    David Roenttial, di~3ctor of
    Greater M'ami Cachets. Un-
    l, >!f add-ess I sts npe 1
    p-ve'ope
    him a* 4380 SW 2"d Te-.. Miami,
    F!a, 33124, In ordT 'o receive
    the Democratic cachet
    & ft ft
    The Gerald Schwartz Agency,
    Miami E ach public relations
    air' advertising firm founded in
    1949, has !_.,.n name! to handle
    rat'ona' a-d local promotion
    f r Fo'ir Freedoms Manor. Wil-
    liam it. Steinberg, president of
    the Miami Beach nursing home,
    sail publicity and a Ivor'
    would focus on a new con pt
    of "Total Care."
    Singles Club Dance
    There will be live mo-:- and a
    lance r nl w Temple
    I rae] M ill Singles Club ho! Is its
    dai e Satui la mgl I at the
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    The library, operated by the
    Bureau of Jewish Education is
    now located in the ne.v building
    of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
    eration at 4200 Biscayne Blvd.
    A native of Lithuania, then un
    der Russian rule, Mrs. Sintow re-
    ceived an education in Hebrew in
    addition to a secular education in
    Russian. After graduating trom
    the Gymnasia, she taught schoo!
    in Lithuania.
    In the early '20s, on coming to j
    the United States, rhe took |
    courses in English at Brooklyn
    College and later pursued studies
    in Yiddish at the Jewish Teachers
    Seminary in New York, graduating
    in 1935. In 1947 she became the
    tri-lingual secretary in the office
    of the Jewish Teachers Seminary,
    working under historian Dr. Philip
    Friedman, and Meyer Brown, the"
    national president of the Farband.
    Mrs. Sintow came to Miami 17
    years ago. After studying library
    science at Barry College, she be-
    came the multi-lingual librarian
    of the Jewish Library of Greater
    Miami. Under her direc'ion, from
    a small beginning the librarv grew
    to its present size of 16.0C0 vol-
    umes in English, Yiddish, and He
    brew, with several in Spanish and
    other languages. The librarv is an
    invaluable resource to seho'ars
    teachers, students, and the com-
    munity.
    Mrs. Sintow has been a source of
    information for calls hat have
    come from governmental agencies
    public schools, universities, orga-
    nizations, and Individuals, request-
    ing facts and figures on Judaism
    and the Jo wish people.
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    Friday, June 16,
    972

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    DAMM, flOLTZ
    I r... (* mi of Mr and Mrs.
    :ioltz. -vil] become Bar MHz.
    \-tii ?*turday, June 17. at T>.n;I'-
    J-. Tiara- El.
    I>arii<-i attends T<-mp)f F.manu-
    y.. K' llgious School and i- a stu-
    t j- Ran.iom -School.
    Tlj<- celebrant will be honored
    a- ception in Temple Emanu-
    EL Hi- grandparents, Mr. an! Mr
    Salomon Sktar and Mr. and Mrs
    Gil Kelts, will attend the event.
    * it
    ItOBF.KT KINK
    Rooert Stuart, son of Mr. and
    X. I. Ronald Fine, will t-com<-
    Bai MJtZvah at Temple r5manu-EJ
    Sal !a> June 17.
    Rof^-rt attends Temple Emanu-
    Kl R rllgtom School and i< an
    eighth grade student at Nautilus
    honor High School.
    The celebrant will be honored
    w n reception in thr- v. <-n Reel
    otel His r rand pan-tit., Dr. an'l
    Mrs. Jack Falk and lira. Albert
    Is i-, will attend the event.
    RK HARD LANK
    RMmkJ, the son of Mrs. Ruth
    Lane and Herbert Lane, will be
    erinv liar Mitzvah at Beth Toral
    CeaejeSgaAleai during the afternoon
    %t\ ii .* -Saturday, June 17.
    A seventh erode student at John
    >'. Kennedy Junior High School.
    RiehaaJ attend* Both Torah's Har-
    old V.'olk ReligioUl Schcol, wher--
    he is a member of the fifth grade
    Cl>! LF.O.NARD Ml'SKAT
    U'onard, the on of Mr. and
    Mil Albert Muskat, is celebrating
    hi- Bar Mitz.ah at B-th Torah
    Congregation Saturday.
    A member of the temple*! choir
    Leonafd is in the Tbrah claw at
    Beth Torah's Harold V/olk Reli-
    j?tits School, and is a seventh
    grade student at John F. Kennedy
    Jiuiio High School.
    Mr. and Mm. Muskat will spon-
    .-/. the Kiitiln-h following the serv-
    k i in their son's honor. Among
    _-ii .st-- will be his grandmother
    Mrs. Jenny Muskat; Mr. and Mrs
    P< isa Rok of Miami, and Mr. and
    R ibenfeW ol Baltimore, Md
    i< MONA KAY
    I In- Friday evening services a'
    Ka,
    ftktrt fix
    Beth Torah Congregation June lh
    will Include the Bat Mitzvah o-
    Mona, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
    Avi Kay
    Mona. a member of the 'iftn
    tirade class at Beth Torah's Har-
    oM Wolfs Religious School. i in
    , *Jie seventh grade at John F. Ken-
    nedy Junior High School, where
    -he is a membtr of the Nariona'
    ' Junior Honor Society.
    Mona'S parents will sponsor tre
    Oneg Shaboat following service^
    \ in her honor. Guests will include
    Mr. and Mr*. Abraham Kachio-!
    and Tuval Kachiosf. from Roches-
    ter, NY.
    >, ->
    srHAN BT8S1SL
    Susan Marsha, daughter of M-.
    and Mrs. Irwin BusSd, 1350 SW
    80th CL. will celebrate her Bat
    MHzvah Friday evening. June lfi.
    at Temple Beth Tov. She will b<
    assisted by her lister Carol in con-
    ducting a portion of Friday eve-
    ' aings service.
    Sasan. a seventh gra.le student
    at West Miami Junior Hieh School. I
    ; has been awarded certificates in '
    I mathematics anc"- Engish, has be-*n |
    I on the superior honor roll and the'
    honor roll.
    The Oneg Shabbat following;
    I services will be hosted by the
    celebrant's parents.
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    TED SILVERMAN
    Ted Silverman will observe his'
    Bar Mitzvah Saturday, Jun* 17.!
    at Beth David Congregation.
    The Celebrant is in the eighth!
    grade at Gulliver Academy, and j
    : in his fourth year in Hebrew at
    I Beth Davi<;.
    Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Silverman.
    I 117.10 SW 72nd Aw., parents of
    the Bar Mitzvah, will honor him at ]
    I the Kiddush following the con--
    mony, and at a reception and din-,
    ner in the evening at 'he Doral
    Hotel.
    Among guests will be Ted's
    grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
    I liam Ackerman of Brooklyn, V.Y.. |
    i and Mas, Bessie Silverman of'
    Miami Beach.
    m
    fttaxwell Uwcrts Dome/ Holti
    MAXWELL EDWARD^
    Maxwell Monroe, -^n of rtabb'
    and Mis. Sheldon Edwards, will
    become a Bar Mitzvah flaring the ,
    9 a.m. Sabbath services Satutday.
    June 17. at Temple Zamora. '.'oral!
    tieMes H- will read .he Torah
    portion, chant the Haftorah. and
    together with his fatlier conduct
    h. Mu-af service.
    I
    Mrs. Edwards will do the Ahsh-
    rei i Psalm 145i responsively. ir
    Hebrew, with her son. Rabbi Max-j
    well BerKer, spiritual leadt-r of j
    Temple Zamora, will co-officiate
    with Rabbi Ea warns.
    Maxwell, who recently completed
    the seventh grad.- at tl>e Hebrew
    Academy of Greater Miami, was
    prepared for his Bar Mitzvah by
    Cantor William I.ipson of Beth'
    David Congregation in Miami. r"an-
    tor Lipson and Rabbi Bdwardi .
    have been friends for almost 18
    years.
    A Kiddush hosted by Mrs. Han-
    nah Rossin, Maxwell's grand-
    mother, will follow the service. A j
    reception and dinner will be held'
    Saturday evening in Temple Za-,
    mora's Hani* Hall with guests
    from several parts of the country
    ioining South Florida friends and
    family.
    Maxwell has elected to tithe
    from the gifts he will be receiving,
    and has chosen the Hebrew Acad-
    emy of Greater Miami, The Cere-
    bra' Palsy Association. Variety
    Children's Hospital. UNICEF, the
    Honorable Order of Kentucky Col-
    onels (of which his father is a
    member), and the Jewish Home
    for the Aged. Miami, to share in
    his tithing.
    Pont Time At Flagler
    Changed to 7:45 p.m.
    In a continuing effort to serve
    its patrons, Flagler Ke.nnel Club
    has changed the evening post time
    from H to 7:45 p.m. The matinee j
    post times Monday, Wednesday j
    and Saturday, will remain 1 p.m |
    This is the third idjustment
    made at Flagler Kennel Club this
    season. Earlier, the track moved!
    toward a policy of observing
    Stricter post time between races,
    and also changed the Tiifecta pol-
    icy to offer that type of wagerine
    on the last two races of each
    performance.
    A totally different kind of camp
    (or bojs and girls II to IS.
    CAMPSUMHILAKb
    at tie- beautiful Sun 'n Lake
    Ue&xflau
    W ,akep|ac|dFlorM
    The 1-h* and arrnntmndaliiHiv ... superb.
    Int*;i corwe-itinnal ran.p. provide first class
    food and accomrtMidafioni in a n.odern, air
    condi'tieii Holiday inn.
    Tl# lortttM ... lfert>. Lew than 1 hours
    from Mi.iini or lampa in Hie roJltn*; hill
    coiifiti y 'tf CCfllrtl Huiida. Citrus cuunlry
    with pure, clean flir ii'iri cool, detmrnidifled
    aunt n breOXM. 'Average laiiuidily a
    MnfortabM d .
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    Gerald Schwartz
    f0 Outline Israel
    Tourism Planning
    (i(... id schwarts, past president |
    f (hC Zionist Council of South:
    Florida and of the Miami Bench |
    Ltee of B'nnl B'rith, will address
    r .,, of the Temple Emnnu-1
    I 49ers Tuesday nJgbt nt 8 in
    Siikln Hall, not Washington Ave.
    Mr Schwartz will speak on "New
    Israel in 1871' sc-
    -ordlnc i" Irving Schatzman, long-
    resident of the 49ers an
    hpnoi try life presidenl <>i the
    lodgi
    p] for brael's year-long cel-
    Its 25th anniva^sary will
    (i (ij-cussed by Mr. Schwartz
    .,. |v ad Of the Israel Gov-
    HI Tourist Offi-e in Florida
    iri now public relations consult-
    ant for Histadrut Toms.
    He will summarize the military.
    : and economic concerns ol
    rive years after her victory
    , the Six-Day War.
    Dfegent Of Governed*
    On Ch. 2 June 26
    Dissent of the Governed." the
    itory of a non-professional ap-
    proach 1" politics, will have it* ;
    South Florida premiere showinp
    on Civ 2 Monday, June 26 at 10
    p.m.
    The documentary, which follows
    joe Duffey, a professor of urban
    sociology and a clercyman, as be
    seeks to reform the Democratic
    Party an.' become United States
    Senator from Connecticut, is the
    itory of his campaign in 1870
    which drew national at'entior..
    Wednesday Brunch
    Aviva Chapter of Pioneer
    Women wtl meet for brunch
    Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. at Wash-
    ington Federal. 633 NE lOTth St.
    Cclla Wolfson, program chairman.
    will install new officers.
    SEXTON WANTED FOR
    Conservative Congregation
    MIAMI AREA. WRITE S. W., BOX
    2973, MIAMI 33101
    SECRETARY WANTED
    FOR SYNAGOGUE
    IN SOUTH WEST M'AMI
    CAU 379-1977
    GIRL FRIDAY
    MATURE-EXPERIENCED
    Shorthand, typing general office
    (kills, for non-profit Jewish organi-
    zation. Coll Mr. Murray 532-1707.
    Wanted
    HOUSEKEEPER
    for an elderly Widower. Com-
    fortable quarters and good
    salary to right party.
    Call mornings 945-7475
    Holland America's S.S. Nieuw Amsterdam anchors off one of the South American islands as colorfully dressed native
    fishermen watch with undisguised curiosity.
    Florida Tourists Never Had It So Convenient
    Wanted
    CANTOR
    FOR HIGH HOIY DAYS
    NORTH MIAMI BEACH
    APT. COMPLEX
    947-4975 or 949-3911
    CANTOR
    Would like position for High Heli
    days er year-round! Bal Tifilo, Bal
    Koreh, Bal Tokea; also prepares
    students for Bar-Bas Mitxva.
    534-3158 after 6 p.m. or write
    Canter M. K. Box 2973, Miami, Fla.
    33101.
    RABBI-CANTOR
    ScroHreader, licensed Hebrew
    teacher, seeks position for the
    High Holy Days or
    "II year round, lost references.
    Call 865 8806
    Between June 5 and Dec. 8,
    Florida's Port Everglades will
    be the port of departure for lii
    Caribbean cruises aboard the
    S.S. Nieuw Amsterdam.
    Each of the ilew cruises, with
    the exception of the one on
    Si ,<\. '27. will lie 10 days lone
    and will follow identical itiner-
    aries. Ports of call arc varied
    and feature some of the most
    Interesting Islands in the .Vest
    Indies and South America.
    Among these will be Pampatar
    on the island of Margarita, a
    new port of call this reason for
    the Nieuw Amsterdam.
    Margarita Is a resort island
    off the coast of Venezuela that
    the Venezuelans have been try-
    ing for years to keep to them-
    selves. Serene and steeped in
    history i it was one of the origi-
    nal outposts of the Old World
    in the newt, the island is re-
    garded by the Venezuelans as
    i South American Tahiti. Ot; er
    norts Included will be Oran-
    iestad. Aruba: La Guaira for
    Caracas), Venezuela: Fort de
    France, Martinique; and Char-
    lotte Amalie. St. Thomas.
    Prices, which vary according
    to the season, start at S2'li to
    S310 and range upward to S783
    and $995 for deluxe cabins.
    And we know of no ether type
    ol arrangements which include
    in one price air-condi-
    tioned shipboard accommoda-
    tions, all meals entertainment,
    other extras and all gratui-
    ties aboard ship,
    The exception to this new
    scries of cruises is the one of
    Sept. 27 which will be eight
    Jays Ions. It will call at the
    ports of Charlotte Amalie. St.
    Thomas; Philipsburg, St. Mnar-
    en; and San Juan, Puerto Rico.
    Rates on this cruise start al
    $210 and range upward to SB 10.
    Cruise dates to mark on your
    calendar for the Friendship"
    Nieuw Amsterdam are: June
    5 16 and 26; July 7, 17 and 28:
    Aug. 7 and IS; Oct. 6. 16 and
    27; Nov. l>, 17 and 27: and Dec.
    8. 1072.
    A cruise on the Nieuw Am-
    sterdam is, simply, just : lain
    fun. Completely refurbished in
    1961 and recently recarpeted,
    the vessel Is as modern today as
    instant coffee but has still
    managed to retain her Ola
    World charm. She Is air-con-
    ditioiv-d throughout and stabil-
    ize,- equipped. The vessel has
    the opulence of 25 different
    kinds of hardwood, many of
    which have been created into
    exquisite designs, not to men-
    tion the beautiful hand-rubbed
    panels in the cabins.
    Although the Nieuw Amster-
    dam is a beauty in the classic
    sense, she is just as much of a
    "fun" ship as her sailing com-
    panions, the flagship Rotter-
    dam and S.S. Statendam. Be-
    sides her ballrooms with soaring
    ceilings, balconies, and spiral
    staircases, right alongside is a
    little discotheque for people
    who are under 30 or want to
    be. The ship has the great ad-
    vantage In that it lets passen-
    gers choose their own era.
    The vessel offers ; assongcrs
    all of the usual parties, -ports
    avtlvitics, midnight buffets and
    indoor and outdoor pools that
    one expects to find on a luxury
    cruise liner. Over cocktails the
    first night out" you'll meet
    new friends before going to the
    ilining room to select from the
    many fine courses offered. Next
    morning you can have break-
    fast to bed or in the warm
    moraine *un on deck.
    The rest of (he day is yours
    to soak up the pleasure of ship-
    board life. Sit and do absolutely
    nothing at all. Or .join ;n a
    game of deck tennis, shuffle-
    board, miniature golf or Iran
    shooting. An experienced cruise
    staff is right there to keep
    things running smoothly.
    If you prefer you can work
    oiii In the gym. take a swim in
    one of the pools, or unwind
    with a massage, sign up lor a
    dance lesson or see a first-run
    movie In the Nieuw Amster-
    dam's theater. There is some
    thing to do every minute II
    you wish an,J somehow the
    days will seem too short.
    in addition to the ship's many
    colorful lounges, dining rooms
    and cozy bars, other facilities
    include a beauty parlor and
    barber shop, swimming ;xk>1s,
    drug -tore, gift shop, turkish
    baths, a fully equipped modern
    laundry and pressing service
    and an experienced medical
    staff.
    Many first-time passengers
    (and repeat passengers as welll
    will still want to sample what
    the Nieuw Amsterdam has to
    offer because from her grace-
    fully curved, flared bow. to her
    streamlined rudder, she pro-
    claims her aristocratic breed-
    ing. Every line of her super-
    structure sweeps back with
    modulated grace. She sits com-
    fprtably In the water, as though
    -he were built in it. an I was
    supremely happy <<> ,H' there
    which she is.
    Now, about those ports, on
    the Nieuw Amsterdam's 10 day
    cruises the first stop after leav-
    ing Port Everglades will be
    Aruba. Newest of the Carib-
    bean resorts. Aruba is one ol
    the principal islands of the
    Netherlands Antilles group.
    Your cruise will call at the
    capital city. Oranjestad. This
    k a quaint, tidy Dutch city
    snlashed with gav colors ">f the
    Caribbean. In fact. local tradi-
    tion dictates that no bom- be
    the same color as its neighbor.
    The resulting kaleUloscope o
    pastels is one of the most
    harming facets of the islands
    unique atmosphere.
    A walk through downtown
    Oranjestad offers exciting shop-
    ping possibilities. Fine products
    Irom the world over are avail-
    able at free-port prices. You'll
    also want to see Queen Wil-
    helmina Park and Fort Wilhelm
    III. which was built in 1798.
    All of Aruba Is easily acces-
    sible from the city and the
    island's peculiar windswept ter-
    rain offers many an intriguing
    sight. One of the most interest-
    ing of these is the divl-divl tree.
    Sculptured by the constant
    trade winds, this tree defies
    nature's norms by growing side-
    ways.
    From Aruba the Nieuw Am-
    sterdam then sai's for I.u Qua-
    ira, the port city of Caracas.
    the capital of Venezuela. It is
    separated into two distinct sec-
    tors the ancient city, with
    Its charming Spanish architec-
    ture, and the new Caracas with
    enormous superbloeks, regular
    squadrons of cemeni buildings
    painted in vivid colors, spread
    over the hillsides.
    The heart of new Caracas is
    the Centre Bolivar the Rock-
    efeller Center of Venezuela
    an imposing group of buildings
    culminating in two 32-Story
    towers, and the eight-lane
    Avenlda Bolivar, which passes
    through the center. But Carac-
    as is not all ultra-modern. In
    the old section you can visit
    Simon Bolivar's home where
    this freedom fighter was born,
    and the Nathional Pantheon,
    his tomb.
    The cruise next calls at Pam-
    patar on Isla de Margarita
    which is only 24 miles off the
    coast of South America. Some
    say that Margarita is truly the
    last of the undiscovered Carib-
    bean islands. To ecstatic Vene-
    zuelans, who regard the island
    as a South American Tahiti, it
    has been a familiar place al-
    most since Columbus discovered
    it. But for Americans, Marga-
    rita remains uniquely unknown
    and untouched. The fishing and
    snorkelir.g off its shores are un-
    beatable and its beaches are
    excellent and virtually unused.
    Pampatar, where 'he Nieuw
    Amsterdam arrives, has a fam-
    ous colonial church and the
    Castle at San Carlos Borromeo.
    a jewel of colonial architecture.
    Not far away is Porlamar, the
    island's largest city, which has
    an Interesting open-air market.
    Here you'll find odd-shaped
    natural pearls since the island
    was once the world's major
    source of these lovely items.
    After prowling through gentle
    Margarita's quaint villages,
    you'll probably decide that there
    is no better place to absorb the
    sun. sand and sea.
    Martinique is next where the
    ship arrives in Fort de France,
    its capital. This island is ihe
    former home of Empress Jo-
    sephine, wife of Napoleon, and
    Mt. Pelee. the volcano that
    erupted in 1902 and destroyed
    the entire town of St. Pierre,
    leaving 30.000 dead and one
    survivor.
    Fort de France, a charming
    city of yellow-tinted buildings,
    offers a number of sites for the
    visitor such as old Fort St.
    Louis and the Cathedral with
    its ornate, open spire. Bui
    there's more to Martinique, too
    high domed mountains, su-
    perb forests, vast .sugar cane
    fields, banana and pineapple
    plantations and lush tropical
    vegetation. As for shopping, in
    Fort de France there are the
    streets of Rue Victor-Hugo. Rue
    Antolne-Siger and Rue Schoel-
    cher where one can find bar-
    gains in porcelain, crystal and
    French nerfume.
    Next you arrive in Charlotte
    Amalie on St. Thomas, 'he
    "shopping paradise" of the
    Western Hemisphere. Leaving
    the pier you can drive to Bl ie>
    beard's Castle, once o fortress,
    now a hotel. Here you'll see "he
    Tower, carefully restored ac-
    cording to the original plans
    Leaving Bluebeard's you can
    continue up Mafolie Hill to
    Drake's Seat, a lookout point
    which gives you a lovely view of
    Mageng Bay and out across Sir
    Francis Drake Channel to the
    many American and British
    Virgin Islands nearby.
    Then it's on to Mountain Top
    Hotel where you can sample
    the "speciality of the house"
    their world-famous banana dai-
    quiri. Charlotte Ama'.ie's shop-
    ping center Ls next. It's diffi-
    cult to enumerate the many
    types of bargains available
    and most of them at duty-Ire.
    prices. And. don't forget
    customs still allow an extra
    $100 of duty-free purchases in
    this port and you can brine
    one full gallon of "spirits" back
    duty-free as well.
    Although St. Thomas is ihe
    last port of call, the adventure
    is not over yet. There are sev-
    eral more days and nights at
    sea time to reminisce and
    absorb what has been seen and
    to exchange experiences with
    fellow passengers and new
    friends.
    Finally, when the Nieuw Am-
    sterdam sails into the harlK>r
    at Port Everglades, your Carib-
    bean cruise may be over, but the
    happy memories will linger on
    for many years to come.
    For complete information and brochures on the 16 Carib-
    bean cruises sailing from Port Everglades, write Holland
    America Cruises, Department P, Pier 40 North River, New
    York, New York, 10014, or phone Ft. Lauderdale 565-5588.


    Page 10-B
    Memfttf norktlati
    Friday. June 16, 1G7J
    Milton R. Adkins, president of the Crippled Children's So-
    ciety, congratulates James L. Knight as Mrs. Knigh* looks
    on arjprovingly at the recent groundbreaking ceremony at
    the Crippled Children's Society. The two little handicapped
    patients of the Rehabilitation Center, Stefanie Ducker, left,
    and Rhonda Dozier, right, are mimicking Mr. Knight's ground-
    breaking. The addition of the therapeutic pool was made
    possible by a gift from the James L. Knight Charitable Trust.
    Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom
    installs Mrs Jose Ventura as president of Bienvenida Chap-
    ter of B'nai B'rith Women. Mrs. Ventura will represent her
    chapter at the 32nd annual convention of District 5 B'nai
    B'rith Women to be held in Washington, D.C. June 17-20.
    Mrs. Yosef Tekoah, (center) wife of Israel's permanent rep-
    resentative to the United Nations, pins the Woman of Valor
    Award on Mrs. Myron H. Cohen, honoree at the first Wom-
    en's American ORT Bond-with-Israel Luncheon under the
    auspices of State of Israel Bonds at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
    At left are Michael Litvak, director of State of Israel Bonds
    for the Greater Miami area, Mrs. Leonard Pechenik, ORT
    president, and Dr. Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of Temple
    Beth Sholom. Mrs. Herbert Katz, luncheon chairman, is at
    right
    Israel's Warning
    Sent To Lebanon;
    Reaction Watched
    JERUSALEM fJTA> Sev-
    eral Western countries have ac-
    cepted Israel's view that I,eba-
    non must be held responsible for
    terrorist acts, such as the Lyckfe
    Airport massacre, that are plan-
    ned on Lebanese soil and car-
    ried out by gunmen trained in
    Lebanon, informed sources mid,
    and have transmitted Israel's
    warning to Lebanon.
    The warning was issued re-
    cently bv Premier Golda Meir
    in an address to the Knesset;
    the United Nations Sccur-
    i'v Council and a number of
    Western nations were informed
    officially of Israel's position.
    It was learned that I<--rael con-
    siders the promise by President
    siiiii-niMii Franjira of Lebanon
    that the propaganda activities
    of terrorists In his country would
    be curtailed inadequate.
    Israel has poirted out that the
    operational headquarters of
    many terrorist groups are lo-
    cated in Beirut and training
    camps for terrorists abound near
    that city, and has .lemanded
    that the Lebanese government
    break fully with the terro-ist
    organizations and halt their
    activities.
    Israel rejects the claim that
    this is not possible and points
    to Jordan which effectively
    stamped out terrorist activity on
    its soil once King Hussein de-
    cided to do so. According to in-
    formed sources, no time limit
    has been set in Israel's warning,
    but the reaction of Beirut au-
    thorities is being closely watched.
    Sen. Jacob K. Javits 'R-N.Y.)
    urged the U.S. government to
    investigate the involvement of
    Lebanon and Egypt in the Lydda
    Airport massacre and. if neces-
    sary, to cancel or have Ameri-
    can airlines cancel flights to
    those countries.
    "The United States should
    require from the government of
    Lebanon a full accounting of
    what takes place on its soil in-
    voking the murders of Ameri-
    cans," Sen. Javits said in a
    speech on the Senate floor. "We
    must demand an investigation
    to prove or disprove the com-
    plicity of those harbored on
    Lebanese territory in this terri-
    ble crime." he added. Son. Ja-
    vits noted that no one ha:5 been
    arrested by the Lebanese au-
    thorities although Arai) spokes-
    men publicly claimed credit for
    the deed, he assailed Premier
    Aziz of Egypt for describing
    the massacre as proof that the
    foes of Israel "are able to
    achieve victory over Israel."
    Obituaries
    Fog Announces
    For Commission
    Ed want Q Fog 'is earr'Maev for the Dr-Ip Cotintv
    Metro Com mi1*; ion ing South Dade. He was appointed
    to the comn^is=ion two months
    aeo. after the recall of Hardy
    Matheson.
    Mr. Foee. president of Farm
    Stores and a director of ih" South-
    east First National Bank of Miami
    Sorintrs, is a past exalted ruler o!
    the Miami Bench Elks f.odee. and
    has been a resident of Dade Countv
    for 4fi years. He attended the
    Universities of Florida and Miami.
    The incumbent commissioner is
    a member of the Greater Miami
    Chamber of Commerce and serves
    on the executive committee of the
    University of Miami.
    Rep. Robert C Hartnetf To
    Seek Reelection To House
    State Rep. Robert C. Hartnett
    will seek re-election to the Florida
    legislature, Seat 109. His district
    includes South Miami Beach. Co-
    conut Grove, Coral Gables, Key
    Biscayne. South Miami and part
    of the City of Miami.
    The 33-year-old legislator is
    chairman of the House Sub-Com-
    mittee on Bunking and Finance.
    Earlv Miami an
    Joel C. Zalis
    Dead At 73
    Joel Charles Zalis. long time Mi-
    amian. of 1720 SW 87th Place..
    died Monday, June 12 at the age
    of 73.
    A produce merchant. Mr. Zalis
    came here in 190 from Baltimore.
    Md., and founded Joe Zalis & Son
    Wholesale Produce in 1925.
    Mr. Zalis was the founder-presi-
    dent of Beth El Synagogue, Mi-
    ami's first Orthodox synagogue,
    and was also founder and past
    president of the Greater Miami
    Hebrew Free Loan Society.
    He was active in Mizrachi and
    Bonds for Israel, and in 1966, with
    his late wife Rose Zalis, was hon-
    ored with a dinner in recognition
    of services rendered for Israel
    Bonds.
    Devoted to the promotion of
    Jewish education, Mr. ZalLs served
    as chairman of the Bc:h El He-
    brew School, and was a membe
    of Greater Miami Bureau of Jew-
    ish Education.
    He served in the navy durim.
    World War I and belonged to t hi
    Harvey Seeds Post of the Ameri-
    can Legion. He was also a 32nc
    degree Mason and was a member
    of James Carnell Lodge.
    Survivors include four sons
    Stanley, Charles and Marvin o.
    Miami, and Dr. Edwin G. Zalis of
    Los Angeles; four brothers. Jack
    and Morris ol Mew York City.
    Leon and Albert of Baltimore:
    two sisters, Mrs. Rose Weber and |
    Mrs. Lillian Fisher of Baltimore
    and 12 grandchildren.
    Services were held Tuesday at I
    Gordon Funeral Home with inter I
    ment in Mt. Sinai Cemetery.'
    Shi\a will be observed at the home
    of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Zalis at
    172C SW 87th PI.
    tyshler. Myer A 76, 2(89 Collins
    Ave M.B, Riverside.
    WEINER. Irving'. ;:.. of Port I.auder-
    dale. Riverside. Interment Mt.
    Sinai.
    WEISS. Eva, >'!. 2114 Biarritz Dr..
    M.B Riverside.
    WHITE. Iiiadore, 82, of M B. River-
    llde. Interment Mt Nebo.
    BERAJA. Enter, 77. 77 Jefferson
    Ave.. M.B Riverside.
    CHIPKIN. Abe. 7.i. 334 Washington
    Ave.. M B. Blasberg.
    DECKLAR. Maurice, US, 1529 Merid-
    ian Ave M h Riverside.
    HARRIS. IoulC\, 78, 1475 Collins
    \v, m B ni.qshere.
    LEVINE. Mtirrgjr, BOO West Ave,
    M Fi Riverside
    LEVINSON. Ida, 71. SMI Cllins
    Ave \i b. Blasberc
    SASSLER. Morris, SI, 817 Collins
    Ave M R niav-berir
    SILVERMAN. Ida Ruth. 68. of M.B.
    P'vervMc Interment Mt. Venn.
    STEINBERG. Sylvia. .IS. 1755 B.W.
    15th St. Gordon. Interment Mt
    Venn.
    PROOY. Bstelle. of Miami Riverside
    COHN. Josenh, 98, 1434 Collins Av.
    KUPN-""*e- f's- "'21 N. Kendall Dr.
    Plverolde
    LsRRAN Ruth C.. 69 of M B
    Riverside
    MONTCHAR, Jaeob, 72, of M B
    Riverside
    NEVEL. Julius. 7. of Miami River-
    -,<1 Interment Mt Clnpl
    B|RN*T. Maler. 81, 1451 N.E 189th
    BOOENSTEIM. YeM* S of M R
    Riverside Interment Mt. V. ho
    KypMAN> Refc'vca. 79, of M B
    Riverside.
    I FUMASJ. Pn-, ai of v.m Mlsml
    i L"hn "" O'Hns Ave..
    Pat Harbour. Rlverelde,
    Ni!T,'T,7. 3801 Coltlns Ave..
    MB. Riverside,
    DRESNICK. Philip. 84. MM S W
    2nd Tit. Gordon. Interment M*
    Neb'.
    FRIEDMAN. William, 76. 980'i \\
    Hay Harbor Dr. Riverside.
    GILMAN, NViman. 93, 7127 B
    MB Riverside. .' i ...
    MINTZ. haumey M 71. Ill
    St Bay Harbor. Blasberg. Intc j
    Mt Nebo.
    MIRMAN. Cornelius E.. 71. 141 \ r
    V'lst St.. N MB. Riverside
    PANTELIOT. Jacob, 84. 401 6911. Si
    M li Blaabi r*
    RUBINSTEIN ".Vllllam. of Mian.,.
    Riverside. Interment Mt Nebi
    SChad. Anna, so, 3611 Riviera Dr
    Coral Gables. Gordon.
    SHAPIRO. Joseph, 77. 945 Euclid
    Ave MB. Blasberg.
    BAZINSKY. Benjamin, 1013 Bav Iir.l
    M.B. Riverside.
    BLOCK, William. 12o-t vVest Ave
    M.B. Riverside.
    CHUBIN, Yetta. 73, of M B. River-
    side,
    FAGIN, Nathan. 84, formerly of
    Miami Gordon.
    GARBUS. Doris, of MB. River
    Interment Star of David.
    HALPRYN. Julius, 74. of N.M.B.
    Riverside Interment Mt. Nebo
    KORNET. Israel. 62, 1828 Bav Rd ,
    MB
    MARSHAK. Walter, 84. 3301 N.E.
    5th Ave Riverside.
    MAZIN. Anna. 77. of MB. Riven
    MORRIS. Leonard A.. 52, 2016 Baj
    Dr.. M.B.
    OSHRIN. Ge. rge. 69. of MB.
    Riverside.
    ROTH. Julius. 81, of Lauderhill.
    Riverside.
    COOPER, Rose. 62. 110 SW. 52nd
    Ave. Gordon. Interment Mt, N.-l o
    SAGER, Maurice A.. 57, 2026 8.W.
    14th Ter Gordon.
    SHIFFMAN. Samuel. 95, 800 Wash-
    ington Ave M.B. Riverside.
    SOTLAND. Charles. 82. 1870 N K
    167th St.
    BERGER. Alvin E., 78. 1311 Men |
    Ave., M B. Riverside.
    BERGMANN, Cornelia. 76. of M B.
    Riverside
    BRANDT. Harry. 75. 39 Palm Ave.
    Palm Island. M.B. Riverside.
    FIRSTENBERG. Rose, 77. of MB
    HOUTKIN. Samuel, 73. of MB
    KASSEL. Aaron. 75. 1850 N.E. l'h
    St.. N M B. Riverside.
    KAY, Fannie. 81. 2825 S.W. 3rd Ave,
    Gordon.
    LACKS. Anne M 73, 3800 Collins
    Ave.. M.B. Gordon.
    GABEL. Richard. 50. 199 Marseille
    Dr.. M II Gordon.
    HERMAN. Harvey, 84. 5466 S.W.
    85th St. Gordon. Interment Mt.
    Sinai.
    KLEINMAN. Maurice. 88. 1614 West
    Ave M B. Riverside.
    MANDELBAUM, David. 66. 100
    Uncoln Rd M.B. Riverside.
    NEUMAN. Bertha. 85. 1S8<> S.W. Vh
    St. Gordon Interment Mt. Sinai.
    REITER. Bella. 75. 3900 S.W. 8Sth
    PI Interment Mt. Nebo.
    SEROTA. Fay. 73, of M R. Rivet
    WEISS. Adolf. 79. of M.B. Riverside
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    jay Janis Trastee
    Of FIU Foundation
    jiiv Jani<. chairman of the Dade
    County Community Relations
    Hoard, ha8 becn namftd ,0 tne
    boan]' of trustees of the Florida
    international Foundation, Inc..
    {juries E. Perry, president, ha^
    announced.
    formerly the co-owner of the
    janis Corporation, Mr. Janis is
    curreiit.i> associated with com-
    ,an; jnelopmcnt, mortgage banking
    and real estate fields.
    \. .1 member of the Iward. Mr.
    Janis joins 13 other South Florida
    residents who are res|>onsible for
    tncouracing and Bdmlnteterlnp
    university gtfta and bequests ol
    funds and property for scientific.
    educational, scholarship and serv-
    ice purposes. Founded In January.
    1972 the l>oard is chaired by John
    K. Aurell. attomey-at-iaw.
    Prl to ha return to the build-
    Uistry In 1969, Mr. Janis
    .. ->. 1 as executive assistant to
    - cretary of the Department
    -in.: and Urban Devlop-
    HUDl in Washington, P.C
    i served in the U.S. Depart-
    ment of Commerce as special as-
    to the Under Secretary
    rirector of the Department's
    Civil Rights and Equal Opportun-
    iu programs. In 1964 and 1985
    he was a staff member of the U.S.
    Community Relations Service.
    Mr. Janis, who is currently scrv-
    rhairman of the I-and Use
    and Zoning Policy Board of the
    National Association of Home
    Builders, is a member of Gov. As-
    krw .- Task Force on Housing and
    Community Development.
    A native of Los Angeles, Mr.
    Janis j -a '.iiate.' macna P"m laudo
    from Yaie University in 1954.
    liWAl NOTKI
    LEGAL NOTKI
    LEGAL NOTICE
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    IN PR08ATE
    No. 72-2554
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    In KB: Estate of
    ESTHER LAMBERT
    frnrmaod.
    To All Creditors and ah Persona Hav-
    ing Claims or Demand!- Against Said
    tate:
    You are hereby notified and required
    to pr^yjgjit any .-LtfJtpM^iid daTariV'V'
    which "Sou may nil XT" aTaTiistThe es-
    tate of bather Lambert deceased late
    of Dade County, Florida, to the Coun-
    ty Judges of Ihide t'nuntv. and file
    the same In duplicate and aa provided
    In Section 733.lil, Florida Statutes, in
    their office* in the County Court-
    house in Dad,- County. Florida, with-
    in six calendar months from the tune
    of the first publication hereof, or the
    same will be harred.
    Dated at .Miami. Florida, this lSth
    day of .May. ,\.D. I17S.
    Remard Shatsktn
    As Exe. utor
    Fust puldliation of this
    the day of June. 197:;.
    -Mai. >lm [|. Friedman
    Attorney for Executor
    HOO Douglas Road
    Coral Cables. Fla.
    6/9-16-33-30
    II.ni.
    NOTICE OF APPLICATION
    FOR TAX DEED
    Chapter 20722Acts of 1941
    File No. 72 A 62
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    !' ii Hoskin holder of City of Miami
    Tax Sale Certificate No. 2396 issued
    the 39th day of Slay, AD. 1969 lias
    filed siune in my office, and has made
    applli atlon for a tax deed to be is-
    sued thereon. Said Certificate em-
    braces ih.- following described prop-
    erty in the County of Dade, State
    of Florida, to-wlt:
    lx>l 144. Reacom Manor. Plat Hook
    B Page III, in the County of Dade,
    Slate of Florida.
    This deed will be Issued subject to
    all other outstanding delinquent Coun-
    ty taxes and 1971 County Taxes and
    City of Miami taxes and llena.
    The assessment of said property un-
    der the .-aid certificate was in the
    name of: Clara l.ee Harrison Lit. Esl
    t'nl.ss said certificate snail be re-
    deemed according to law. the prop-
    erty decrlbed herein will be sold to
    the highest bidder for cash at the
    Courthouse door on the first Monday
    in the month r>f Juh. |J72 which is
    the 3rd day of .lulv. 1972.
    Dated this 31st day of Mav, 1972.
    E It. l.EATHERMAN.
    Clerk of Circuit court.
    Dade County, Florida,
    By I'. F. Ofl.DSTKAND, D.C.
    Cir.uit Court Seal
    C 2-9-14-23
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIP.ColT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
    72-11118
    PETITION FOR ADOPTION
    IN HE: The Matter of
    It C. M., a
    minor,
    TO: Robert Joseph Maple
    (Residence unknown)
    You, Robert Joseph Maid., are here-
    by, -notified that a Petition for Adop-
    tion has been filed against you. and
    I you ire required to serve a copy of
    your Answer or Pleading to the
    adoption on the Plaintiffs attorney.
    Myron It. Herman. 2129 Blaeayne
    Boulevard. Miami. Florida 33137 and
    tile the original Answer or Pleading
    in the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
    cuit Court on or before the 7 dav of
    July. 1972. If you fail to do so. Judg-
    ment by default will be taken against
    you for the relief demanded in the
    Petition.
    This notice shall be published once
    each week for four consecutive weeks
    in THE JEWISH FI.< (INDIAN.
    IKi.NE AND ORDERED at Miami.
    Florida, this 31 day of Mav AD. 1972.
    E. B. LKATHERMAN, Clerk.
    Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
    By: X A HEWETT
    Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    MYRON 1!. BERMAN
    2123 Blaeayne Boulevard
    Miami. Florida 33127
    Attorney for Plaintiff
    6/2-9-16-23
    LEGAL NOTICE
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 72-2719
    JOHN R. BLANTON
    in RE: Batata of
    NOEL. P. HANSON
    Deceased.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing Claims or Demands Against Said
    Estate:
    You are hereby notified and requlr-
    "** '" 1'" i' nt'ii' claims,and. Uiw nd.
    which you may 'have against the es-
    tate of NOEL P. Hanson deceased
    late of Dade County. Florida, to the
    County Judges of Dade County, and
    file the sum.1 i'n duplicate and as pro-
    vided In Section 733.16. Florida Stalll-
    lea, in their offices in the County
    Courthouse In Dido County, Florida.
    wit hill six calendar months from the
    time of the first publication hereof,
    or the same will be barred.
    Dated at Miami. Florida, this 26th
    day of May. AD. 1972.
    HARVEY liAXTEK
    As Executor
    First publication of this notice on
    the Rth day of .Tune. 1972.
    BAXTER FRIEDMAN
    Attorneys for Excj/utor
    1S7S ME. 163rd St.
    North Miami Peach,
    Florida 33162
    6 9-16-23-30
    IN
    Four Miami Beach Students
    Receive Degrees At Yeshiva
    Four Miami Beach students re-
    cede.) i!tp:rees at the annual com-
    mencement exercises of Yeshiva
    University in New York Thursday.
    June 8, it has been announced.
    Tne qradtiatcs were Reira Azu-
    lay. daughter of Rabbi and Mrs.
    THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    IN PROBATE
    No. 72-2441
    JOHN R. BLANTON
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    In HE Estate of
    AHON SNITIVKER
    Deceased.
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing Claims or Demands Against Said
    Batate:
    You are hereby notified and re-
    quired to pr.s.in any claims and de-
    mands v hi. h you rniv have against
    the estate of AHON SNITIVKER de-
    , I censed late of Dade Countv. Florida,
    Shimon A/ulay. 2HV.8 Prairie A\e., I rnunly ,iu,ic,.s f nan,. county]
    Sandra Khrcnreich, daughter of and file the same in dunllcate and as
    provided in Section 733 in Florida Stat-
    utes, in their offices in the County
    Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
    within si\ calendar months from the
    time of the first nuhllcation hereof,
    or the same will be barred.
    Dated at Miami. Florida, ibis
    day of Mav. AD. 1''72
    Bella snittvker
    As Rxecutrlx
    First nuhllcation -' thl'j notice
    ihe 2 day of .Tune I9TS.
    I .'l\r.!. C Pftr'fT f.f
    Myers, Kaplan, Porter. Lev In son .v
    Kenln
    attnrnev for Executrix
    1130 S W. Flral Street
    .- -1f-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 RE:
    CAHI.OS ( ARRILLo.
    Petitioner
    and
    JOYCE SPEARMAN CARRILLO,
    Respondent
    TO: JOYCE SPEARMAN ( Alir.ll.l.O
    1132 Dresden Drive
    Charlotte, North Carolina
    TOD ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
    that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
    riage has been filed against you anil
    you are required to serve a copy of
    your written defenses, if any, to it
    on HONAI.D A ALTER. ESQ. OltO-
    VER WEINSTKIN & BTAUBER, PA.
    attorney for Petitioner, whose ad-
    dress is 3.".0 IJncnln Road. Miami
    Beach, Florida 33139, end file the
    original with the clerk of the above
    styled court on or before July 7. 1972:
    otherwise a default will be entered
    against you for the relief demanded
    in the . This notice shall be published once
    each w.-ek for four consecutive weeks
    in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
    YVITNESS my hand and the seal of!
    snid court at Miami, Florida on this
    31 day of May, |9?3.
    E II. l.EATHERMAN.
    As Clerk. Circuit Court
    Dade County, Florida
    By It. M. kiss he
    As Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Real)
    OROVBR WEINSTEIN STAIRER.
    i P. A.
    33rt Lincoln Road
    Miami Beach, Florida 3313!)
    Attorney for Petitioner
    .; 2-9-16-33
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 72-2705 (Dowling)
    In HE: Estate of
    I.!-:i it. l.< IHMAR, Jit.
    Deceased.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing Claims or Demands Against Said
    Estate:
    You are hereby notified and requir-
    ed to present any claims and demands
    which you may have against the ea-
    tate of LEO It. I.OII.MAR. Jit. de-
    ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
    lo til.- Count) Judges oi Dade I ullill),
    and file the same ill duplicate a'ml as
    provided in Section 733.16, Florida
    Statutes, in their offices in Ihe Coun-
    ty Courthouse in Dade 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, this .'.lb j
    dav of June A.P. 1972.
    ETHEL II. l/'HMAH
    As Executrix
    First publication of this notice on
    ihe '.oh dav of June, 1973.
    .IEKKY A. BURNS
    Attorney for Administratrix
    fins City National Bank Building
    Miami, Florida 33130
    t/9-16-23-36
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    IN PROBATE
    No. 72-2315
    JOHN R. BLANTON
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    In RE: Estate of
    DAVE CAPI_\N
    Deceased.
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing Claims or Demands Against Said
    Estate:
    You aj, hereby notiBed and reouir. '
    to present any claims and demands
    which you may have against the es-
    tate of DAVE CAPI.AN. deceased Int..
    of Dade County, Florida, to the Coun-
    ty Judges of Dad.- County, and file
    ih.- same in duplicate and :.s pro-
    vided in Section 733.Hi. Florida Stat-
    in. in their offices in the County
    Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
    within six calendar months from the
    first publication hereof,
    will be barred.
    Miami. Florida, till
    daj "I Mav. A.D. 1972.
    HERBERT CAPI.AN
    As Ancillary' Administrator
    First publication of ibis notice i
    the 2nd day of June, 1972.
    Breger tk Schrelber
    Attorney for Ancillary Administrator
    W499 N.E. 19th Avenue
    North Miami Beach, Florida
    6/S-9-16-23
    time of the
    or the simu-
    lated at
    ; ii
    Mr. and Mrs. Milton Khrenreich.
    515 W. 28th St., Rachelor of Arts.
    Stein College for Women; Mi-
    chad Paritzky, son of Mr. and
    Mrs. Pavid Parit/ky. 4172 Chase
    Ave., Bachelor of Arts. Yeshiva
    College, and Joseph Potasnik. 172
    Biarritz Dr., Master of Science,
    Bernard Revel Graduate School.
    Temple In skills Slates
    Dr. Myron Cottlton was Installed
    h ; Idenl of Temple Or O!om
    ai i oandlellghting ceremony
    which included the Installation of
    lood, Brotherhood and tem-
    lers and directors.
    LEGAL N0TICT
    SI
    on
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
    the undersitrned. desiring to engage
    in business, under the fi.tiiious name
    of CCHA HESTAtltANT al 1160S
    Blaeayne Blvd., N. Miami intends to
    register said name with Ihe Clerk of
    tiu- circuit Court of Dade County,
    i Florida.
    BVEUO HEItXAXPEZ
    6/9-16-SS-SO
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THr
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY.
    CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-10365
    NOTICE OF SUIT
    IN RE: The Marriage of
    DALLAS I.. 8CHIEOU,
    Hu-baiid,
    and
    JAY 11. SCHIECC,
    Wife.
    TO: JAV H. SCIIIEOC
    56 H.lvidere Street
    I'lUsburgh, Pennsylvania l."i25
    YOU ARK HEltEHY NOTIFIED
    ';it an action for Dlasolutioii of Mar-
    tiHBf has been filed against you and
    ."it ;m- required to nerve a copy of
    !"ur written defenses, if any, to it
    on KMANPEI. 1-EVKNSON. Attorney
    w Petitioner, whore address is: Suite
    Jll-1!) West Flagler Street, Miami.
    norida and file the original with the
    'Jerk of the above Ptyled court on
    "' bffore June 30, 1972; otherwise ft
    jiKiemciit may be enterod against you
    for the relief demanded in the com-
    Maint or petition.
    WITNESS my hand nnd the Seal of
    "aid Court on the 23 day of May, 19T2.
    B. P.. IJ5ATHERMAN
    As Clerk of said Court
    By: R. M. KISSEE
    As Deputy Clerk
    5/26 6/2-0-16
    NOTICE UNDER
    lt> FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEHEHY GIVEN that
    [Undersigned, desiring to engage ill
    cJffi'1''''* under the fictitious name of
    SjT*!.' DEVBIJOPMBNT8 at 23 N.W.
    *>*> Court. Miami, Flu. intends to
    JMoMer said name with the Clerk of
    Je t ir,uit Court of Dnde County.
    Florida.
    \~. AI-FRRDO A. SCAHEZ
    '*onnrd J. Kallah
    SKPS lor applicant
    t.9.16-23-30
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    IN PROBATE
    No. 72-2428 (Blanton)
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    In RE: Estate of
    STEPHANIE N. ZAP.IN8KI
    :i i< a i:s'ii:li.i; n. ZAU1NSK1,
    Deceased.
    To Ail Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing Claims or Demands Against Said
    Eslate:
    You are hereby notified and required
    to present any claims and demands
    which \on mav have againat th.- pk-
    i.iie oi STEPHANIE N ZAHINSKI
    ak/n ESTEI.LE N. ZAHINSKI de-
    ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
    to the 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 siv oaleiwlar months from the
    time of the first publication hereof,
    or the same will be barred.
    Dated at Miami, Florida, this 24
    day of May. AD. 1072
    PATRICIA ZABINSKI
    As Administratrix
    First publication of this notice on
    the 9 dnv of June. 1972.
    JERRY A. BURNS
    Attornev for Administratrix
    D08 City National Hank Building
    Miami. Florida 33130
    fi/9-16-23-30
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    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 72-1560
    in RE; Batate of
    JOSEPH KU'ART
    Deceased.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing Claims or Demands Against Said
    Estatl :
    Von are hereby notified and requir-
    ed lo present any claims and demands
    which vou mav have against the es-
    tate oi" JOSEPH KWART deceased
    late of Daile County. Florida, to the
    county Judc.s .,f Dade County, ami
    file ihe same ill diioli.ate and a- nro.
    vided in Section 788.16, Florida Statu-
    tes, iii their offices in ihe County
    Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
    within six calendar months from the
    time of ihe first publication hereof,
    or the same will be harred.
    Daled al Miami. Florida, this
    dav of June. AD 1972.
    ' LILLIAN REINER KWART
    As Executrix
    First publication of ibis noli,.
    the 0th dav of June. 1972.
    HENRY NORTON
    MIoni.v for Executrix
    hoc Bisony-ne itldg.,
    Miami. Florida
    I 9-16-81-80
    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
    Deceased.
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing Claims or Demands Againat Said
    'You are hereby notified and required
    to present nnv claims and demands
    which vou may have against the es_-
    ta.c of' WII I.1AM A. S. WHEELER
    d......ased late of Dade Countv. Mori.la.
    to the County Judges of Dade County,
    and file the same In duplicate and as
    provided in Section 788.16, Florida
    Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
    tv Courthouse in Dade Countv. Flor-
    ida wiihin s|\ calendar months from
    the time of the first nuhllcation here-
    of, or ihe same will he barred
    Dated at Miami. Florida, this 24th
    dav of Mav. A D. 1972.
    CHEKYI. WHF.ELEP.
    As Executrix
    First nublication of 'his noli.......
    the 2nd dav of June. 1972.
    M.MIKI'S. WINTER K- SPITAI.K
    Mtornevs for Executrix
    22.1 S.W. 22nd Street ,__,._
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 72-2611
    ARTHUR W. PRIMM
    In HE: Estate of
    NICHOLAS ADJIEV aka
    N'i.llola ic. Adjiev
    1 '..'eased. I
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing claims or Demands Againat Saiil
    Estate:
    You are hereby nidified and requir-
    ed to present any claims and demands
    which you may have agamst Ihe es-
    tate of NICHOLAS ADJIEV Aka
    Nichola E. Adjiev deceased late of
    Dade County. Florida, to die County
    Judges of Dad.- County, and file the
    same in duplicate and as provided in
    Section 733.16, Florida Statutes, In
    Hi. ir offices in ihe County Courthouse
    in Dade County. Florida, within six
    calendar months from the lime of Ihe
    first publication hereof, or Ihe same .
    will be barred.
    Dated at Miami. Florida, this 2nd
    dav of June. AD. 1972
    HERALD FORMA N
    As Administrator
    Flral publication m this notice on
    on the 9th day of June, 1973.
    FAI'NCB, FINK A FORMAN
    ir,l>2 Congress Bldg., Miami. F.a 83133
    ' lorn.v for Pel -tinner
    3,1-0471
    i". 9-16-33-86
    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. 72-3677
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION /
    OF MARRIAGE
    l\ RE; Tin Marriage of I
    CARL GI'IDII i:. Husband,
    and
    AN.vi- .rilili'K, Wife. ^*
    TO: ANNEQIMDICE
    ..in. North Fourth Street
    Harrison. N< w Jersey
    YOU -Mil': HEREBY NOTIFIED
    that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
    tiage ha- been hied against you ami
    you are required to Bervi a copy of
    your written defenses, if any, to it
    on Richard I. Kroop, attorney for Pe-
    titioner, whose address is Kwitney &
    Kroop. 42" Lincni Road, Miami Beaoh,
    Florida, and file the original with
    the clerk of the above styled court
    nn or before July 12. 1972: otlo-rwiso
    i default will be entered againat >ou
    for the relief demanded in the. com-
    plaint or petition.
    This notice shall be published onca
    each week for four consecutive weeke
    in 'IHE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
    WITNESS my hand and the seal ot
    snid court at Miami, Florida on thiH
    1 day of June, 1972.
    E. It I.EATIIERMAN.
    As Clerk, Circuit Court
    Dade County. Florida I
    By I.. SNEEDEN
    A' Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal) "^
    Richard I. Kroop
    Kwitney tv Kukio
    42" Lincoln Road i
    Miami Itenoh. Florida
    Attorney for Petitioner
    6 9-lt'..-23-"'1
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NO PROPERTY)
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIOA. IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
    NO. 72-11415
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN III*
    JOYCE LYNN FRENCH,
    Wife.
    and
    CHARLES A. FRENCH,
    Husband.
    TO: CHARLES A. FRENCH
    a Aycrlga Avenue
    I'assaic.N.-w.Icrs.y
    VOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
    that an action for Dissolution of Mat I
    rlage has betfn filed agalnal you and
    | you are reuulred to serve a copy of
    ' your written defenses, if any, to it
    on Michael p. CHASE, attorney for
    Petitioner, whose address is 1900 8.W.
    Third Avenue, Miami. Florida 88189.
    and file ihe original with the clerk of
    the above styled court on or before
    July II. 1972; otherwise a default will
    be entered axalnat you for tb. relief
    dmanded in the complaint or petition.
    This noti.-e slnill be published once
    each week for four eonswutlve weeks
    in THE JEWISH Fl.ol.IDIAN.
    WITNESS my hand and the seal of
    said c$urt at Miami. Florida on this
    -,(h dav of June. 1972.
    H. H. I.EATHERMAN,
    As Clerk, Circuit Court
    Dade County. Florida
    By C. P. COPEI-AND
    As Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    MICHAEL P. CHASE
    1900 S.W. Third Avenue
    Miami. Florida 33129
    Attorney for Petitioner
    6 9-11-23-30
    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 HE: THE MARRIAOE (IF
    WILLIAM A. DITTLOFF, '
    Husband. I
    and
    MARTHA MARIE DITTLOFF.
    Wife I
    To: MARTHA .MARIE DITTLOFF
    3n Mullen Avenue
    Wanaque, New Jersey 074fir,
    TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
    thai ..ii a.-non for Dissolution of Mar-
    riage has been filed againat you ami
    \.u are required to aerve a copy of
    your written defenses, if anv, to it
    on 1 R MAYERS, attorney for Peti-
    tioner, who.,- address is 550 Seybold
    Ruflding, -Miami. Florida 37132. and
    file the original with the clerk of
    the above styled court on or before
    July 7. 1972: otherwise a default will
    be entered against you for the r.-li-.-f
    demanded In the complaint or pi tltlon.
    This notice shall be published OIH
    each week for four consecutive weeks
    in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
    WITNESS my hand and the of
    said conn at Miami. Florida o-i Ibis
    :n nay of Mav. 1972.
    E II. LEATIIERMAN.
    A- Clerk, Cir.uit Court
    Dade County. Florida
    By R. M. KISSEE
    As Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Curt Seal)
    I. It. MAYERS. ESQ. '
    tan Seybold Building
    Miami. Florida 33132
    Attorney for Petitioner
    f. 3-9-16-23
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    No-lli B 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
    e undersigned, desiring to engage
    business under the fictitious name*
    C.AI EN Til \\ El,
    A AAARTHUR CRUISE CENTER
    I'ii70 N.E. 805th Si North Miami
    a.h. Fla. Intends to register said
    m. s with the Clerk of Ihe Circuit
    lUri of Dade County, Florida.
    MAN INF. OALEN
    6/3-9-16-38
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIOA
    IN PROBATE
    No. 72-2069 IPrimtn)
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    In RE: Batata of '
    MAYER SPENCER
    D. .-eased.
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing Claims or Demands Aeaiust Said
    Estate:
    You are hereby notified and required
    to present any claims and demands
    which you may have against the es-
    tate of MAYER SPENCER deceased
    late of Dade County, Florida, to Hie
    County Judges of Dade County, and
    fib- Hi- same in dunlicntc and as pro-
    vided in Section 733.16. Florida Btat-
    t'tes. In their offices in the County
    Courthouse In Dade County. Florida,
    within siv e-.leiidar months from th
    Hmo of the (irst nublication hcr.-of. or
    the same w ill be barred.
    Dated at Miami. Florida, this 38th
    day of A,.! a D. 1971
    NED A. SPENCER
    As Administrator CTA
    ptrsl nubllcntlon of this no; -i
    the : div of -Mav 197 '
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    iJewish Floridian
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    With ISABEL GROVK
    Miami, Florida Friday. June 16. 1972
    Section C
    New Choral Synagogue
    Rabbi Is No Scholar
    EVV YORK American Orthodox rabbi says that
    the newly appointed rabbi of Mos-
    eow's Choral Synagogue was the
    luccessor but not a replacement
    for the late Rabbi Yehuda Leib
    Levin who died last November.
    Rabbi Pinchas Teitz, of Eliza-
    beth, N.J., a long time friend of
    the late Rabbi Levin, told the
    JTA that the new rabbi, Yakov I..
    Fishman, 59, was qualified to per-
    form practical functions of a rabbi
    but was not an authority on reli-
    gions law or a scholar of the late
    Rabbi Levin's stature.
    The Moscow synagogue is no
    longer regarded as the "central
    address" of the Russian-Jewish
    community as it was during Rabh!
    Levin'a tenure, Rabbi Teitz said
    He explained that in Russia to-
    day, as during the czarist regime
    there are Jewish religious func-
    tionaries recognized by the gov-
    ernment as rabbis and rabbinical
    scholars who may be without of-
    ficial recognition but are looked
    to by observant Jews '.n matters
    of religious law.
    Rabbi Teitz said that because
    of the lack of yeshivas to train
    under the Soviet regime, there are
    very few rabbis left in the U.S.S.R.
    who can qualify as scholars. Two
    of them who could have replaced
    Rabbi Levin are Rabbi S. Oppen
    heimer, of Kuibishev, who is 77.
    an Rabbi Shlomo Lubanov. 83. of
    Leningrad. But the government
    would not consider them as candi-
    dates for the Moscow pulpit be-
    cause of their age, Rabbi Teitz
    said.
    Rabbi Flshman was recom-
    mended by the Moscow syna-
    gogue's seven member iay board
    headed by Ephraim Kaplun and
    was approved by the Ministry of
    Cults through its Council for Reli-
    gious Affairs. Actually, Rabbi Teitz
    explained, the lay board's choicer,
    were limited to candidates accept-
    able to the regime.
    Rabbi Fishman, who was also
    approved by Jewish activists in
    Moscow, has been functioning at
    the Moscow synagogue since May
    15. but no official announcement
    had been made of his appointment.
    Rabbi Teitz described Rabbi
    Fishman as a religious function-
    ary who had been trained by Rabbi
    Levin and his predecessor, Rabbi
    Shlomo Shlaifer, in practical mat-
    ters of synagogue administration,
    kashrut supervision, ritual slaugh-
    tering, cimcumcision and other
    religious functions.
    The pulpit activities of rabbis in
    Russia differ from those of Ameri-
    can rabbis. They lead synagogue
    services but do not deliver ser-
    mons and speak publicly only once
    or twice a year.
    Rabbi Fishman was born in
    Lutsk and served briefly as a
    rabbi in Perm, a city in the Urals.
    Prior to his appointment to the
    Moscow synagogue, he was em-
    ployed in an automobile manufac-
    turing plant.
    WJC-WZO Differences
    Resolved By Council
    NEW YORK (WNS) Difier-
    ences between the World Jewish
    Congress (WJC) and the World
    Zionist Organization (WZO) were
    resolved at a recent meeting of
    the WJC's 40-member Governing
    Council.
    Joachim Prinz, Council chair-
    man, said WJC president Dr
    Nahum Goldman and Louis A.
    Pincus, WZO president, and their
    organizations "unanimously
    agreed" on the centrality of Israel
    In Jewish life and on the autonomy |
    of Jewish communities in the
    diaspora.
    The Council unanimously reaf-
    firmed its "unswevering support of
    the State of Israel" and sainted
    "the continuing sacrifices of its
    people."
    Dr. Goldman told the Council's
    opening session that because the
    democratic nations with which
    Jewish survival has been tradi-
    tionally bound are losing power
    and influence, Jews must take into
    account the growing importance of
    the Communist bloc and the third
    world for their future.
    Although no substantial num-
    bers of Jews reside in the third
    world countries, he said, "it is
    important that these states be
    made familiar with Jewish prob-
    lems both regarding Israel and
    Jewish life in the diaspora because
    jf the general significance of their
    position on many international is-
    sues directly or indirectly reflect-
    ing Jewish problems."
    Dr. Goldman declared that the
    relationship between Israel and
    diaspora should be based on the
    mutual responsibility of one for
    the other.
    Principal speakers at a recent meeting of the B'nai B'rith
    Latin Lodge included the group's president, J. L. Sharpe,
    (left) Judge Herbert Shapiro, president of Temple Emanu-El,
    and Prot Manuel Zaiac. The Lodge will hold its installation
    Sunday evening in the Seville Hotel with Hon. Moshe Gilboa,
    consul general of Israel, as guest speaker.
    Iraqi, Egyptian
    Communities Have
    Ceased To Exist
    GENEVA (JTA)Two of the
    most ancient Jewish communi-
    ties those of Iraq and Egypt
    have virtually ceased to ex-
    ist, it was reported by Gaynor
    Jacobson, executive vice presi-
    dent of the United Hias Sen-ice,
    the international agency aiding
    Jewish migrants.
    Addressing the Hias" annual
    conference, Mr. Jacobson dis-
    closed that in the course of 1971,
    Iraq finally allowed its Jewish
    subjects to leave to join their
    families all over the world, with
    the result that only 500 Jews re-
    main in Iraq, compared to 2,500
    a year ago and some 150,000
    before the establishment of Is-
    rael in 1948.
    In Egypt, too. Jewish life has
    come to an end, Mr. Jacobson
    said. One of the last Jews to
    leave that country was Chief
    Rabbi Douek. who is being as-
    sisted by the Hias office in Paris
    and plans to emigrate to the
    United States.
    The only Arab country where
    there is practially no progress to
    report is Syria, where 4,000
    Jews have been deprived of their
    basic liberties and are held vir-
    tual hostages, the Hias official
    said, noting that 13,000 Jews
    were permitted to leave Soviet
    Russia in 1971. a figure which
    equals the number that left dur-
    ing the entire preceding decade.
    Almost all went to Israel, but
    about 200 emigrated to the
    United States and other coun-
    tries with the aid of Hias. (Hias
    assists Jewish migrants whose
    destination is other than Israel.
    Jews emigrating to Israel are
    aided exclusively by the Jewish
    Agency.)
    The two-day Hias conference
    was conducted by the agency's
    president. Harold Friedman,
    with the participation of staff
    and lay leaders. Also attending
    the sessions were representatives
    of governmental, inter-govern-
    mental and community agencies
    concerned with refugee resettle-
    ment problems.
    Rabbi, Mrs. Skop
    To Be Honored With
    Triple Celebration
    Friday evening the Sisterhood
    and affiliate groups of Temple
    Sholom, Pompano Beach, will
    honor Rabbi and Mrs. Morris A.
    Skop at a triple celebration mark-
    ing their 35th wedding anniver-
    sary, the 35th anniversary of heir
    service in the Florida rabbinate,
    and the rabbi's birthday
    Rabbi Skop, who previously
    served congregations in Orlando
    and Coral Gables, is beginning his
    seventh year at Temple Sholom.
    He has headed the North Broward
    Board of Rabbis and the Greater
    Miami Rabbinical Association, an'.!
    is a member of the Central Con-
    ference of American Rabbis and
    B'nai B'rith, and secretary of the
    Pompano Beach Ministerial Asso-
    ciation. Mrs. Skop has been on
    art teacher in the Dade .-nd Brow-
    ard County school systems for the
    past 15 years.
    Saturday, following the Sabbath
    services, the Skops, who are bless
    ed with four children and "four
    and a half" grandchildren will host
    the birthday Kiddush at 11 a.m.
    Continuing what has become a family tradition, Judy Jacqueline
    Stern will marry Myron Gurell in an outdoor ceremony in the Deau-
    ville Hotel's Cabana Club Sunday evening. Judy is the fourth daughter
    of Rabbi and Mrs. Tibor H. Stern to be married at the Deauville. and
    the fourth to marry a rabbinical student. Her future husband is the
    son of Mrs. Martin Gurell of New York City. Preceding Judy down the
    bridal path were sisters Rochelle, (1962) Joyce (1964) and Tiki. (1987).
    Rabbi Stern, spiritual leader of the Jacob C. Cohen Community Syna-
    gogue, Miami Beach, expects some 40 rabbis from all over the United
    States and Europe to be among the 400 guests attending the nuptials.
    *
    Here for a brief visit with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. Joseph B.
    Pomerance of 12500 Vista Lane, lb Richard Cralg Pomerance, who has
    completed his military training at Fort Knox, Ky., and will soon be on
    his way to Germany, where he'll be stationed for 16 months. Another
    son, Willium Alan Pomerance, graduated from Georgia Institute of
    Technology June 3 with honors. William, who was on the Dean's List
    throughout his years at school, received a Bachelor of Science degree
    in Chemistry.
    In a surge of nostalgia, Judge Dan Satin of Miami Beach is plan-
    ning a reunion of University of Miami football teammates with whom
    he played in the late 1930's. Players of that era who would like to join
    the fun and reminiscing may contact Judge Satin, who played football
    for Ida M. Fisher and Miami Beach Senior High Schools, and worked
    summers for the City of Miami Beach Street. Water and Sanitation
    Departments, at his City of Miami chambers. Judge Satin, who bal-
    anced his love for athletics with debatingand was elected the first
    graduating student body president at MBHS, attended the University
    of Miami on a football scholarship and the university's Law School on
    a dramatic scholarship. A highlight of his student days was playing
    right tackle on the first U-M team to defeat the University of Florida.

    When they are looking for a quiet corner and a good steak. Mr.
    and Mrs. Bertram Timoner head for the "Place for Steak." Mr. Ti-
    moner is first vice president of H. Hentz and Company.

    Patricia Ellen (Trish) Marks is a recent graduate, magna cum
    laude, of Jackson College of Tufts University, wnere she majored in
    comparative religions. Trish, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Marks
    of 6464 Caballero Blvd., Coral Gables, is a
    19G8 graduate of North Miami Senior High
    School and a Silver Knight winner in English
    literature. She also won first prize among all
    senior high school students at the Miami
    Poetry Festival in both her junior and senior
    years. Last summer. Trish joined a Zionist
    group and went to Israel, where she worked
    and lived in a Kibbutz between Haifa and
    Tel Aviv for 10 weeks. This summer she is
    studying astrology at Harvard and will be de-
    ciding on her future plans. Patricia's parents
    recently returned from a Mediterranean-Black
    Sea cruise stopping in North Africa. Italy.
    Malta. Turkey. R.issia and Rumania. Other
    members of the family are Paul Marks Jr..
    who just graduated from Stockbridge Prep
    School in Stockbridge, Mass., and Stephen Marks, 17, who is a junior
    at Coral Gables Senior High School.

    Mark, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Al Levenson, 145 S. Shore Dr., has
    received his M.D. degree from New York Medical College, where he
    was the recipient of the Orthopedic Surgery Award. Dr. Levenson will
    start his internship in surgery at Jackson Memorial Hospital June 24.
    The Levensons came here from Boston some four years ago and Mark's
    lather is marketing manager for Carte Blanche Credit Cards.
    Another family which will have a "doctor in the house" in a few
    years is that of Gilbert M. Fein, whose home is on Allison Island. Son
    Steven, a premed student at the University of Florida in Gainesville,
    received his B.S. degree with highest honors and is now working at
    Miami Heart Institute. The Feins' son, Barry, also has a shiny new de-
    gree-a B.A. in Psychology from Western University in Pensacola.
    Grandparents of the college graduates are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Weiss of
    Miami Beach.
    *
    An entrepreneur in the making is young Robert Gene Benin. Al-
    ready a registered real estate broker, 20-year-old Bob is a journalism
    major at the University of Florida where he serves as vice chairman
    of Accent '73, the university's student-sponsored forum for nationally
    known speakers. In spite of his many outside activities, Bob also nan-
    age^ to make the president's honor roll, achieving a straight "A"
    average.
    Son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray I. Berrin of 9001 SW 56th Ct.. Bob got
    into the brokerage business through the family firm in Miami. Al-
    though he "detested" hammering "For Sale" signs in the ground when
    he was very young, he now says "As I became aware of the business
    aspects involved, I saw that it not only was an interesting occupation,
    but a lucrative one as well." Well, yes indeed!
    During his high school years at Palmetto, Bob earned enough
    money by delivering flowers to jwy his own way to Europe when he
    was 16. It was while he was a freshman at the university that Bob
    took the real estate course and had his disability as a minor removed
    so that he could sign legal papers. He received his salesman's license
    the following summer and passed his broker's exam last December.
    Bob served two years in the Student Senate and held the title of
    director of communications for Student Government. Before being
    elected vice chairman of Accent, he was publicity and public relations
    chairman.
    After graduation, young Berrin is thinking about attending law-
    school. "Probably in the Miami area," he says, "so that I can pursue
    real estate work at least on a part-time basis." This would add yet
    another occupation to an impressive record for a young man who
    has not yet reached his 21st birthday. LOOK OUT WORLD. HERE
    COMES BOB BERRIN!
    Patricia Marks


    ?age 2-C
    *. ttmisi- fhridflar
    Friday, June 18. 197J
    Rabbi Morris Kipper of Temple ludea. and Bonnie Sparaga.
    left) Francine Horwich. Janet Abel and Robert Wilensky.
    lour of the students who will participate, study a map cf
    Is:ael in preparation for the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
    tion's Israel Study Tour which the rabbi will lea-i later
    th.s month.
    Students To Receive Credit
    For Participating In Tour
    local high school students
    ing ;" Israel this summer
    i it's nol the usual trip.
    Tl Dade County Board of Edu-
    atio i will allow thorn full high
    social studio- credit foi
    participation in a unique
    seven-week Israel Study Tourj
    KjMMuored and underwritten by the
    Grca ei Miami Jewish Federation
    and directed i>> Rabbi Munis Kip-,
    pei >! TV mple Jud.-a which will
    use an area-study format.
    "We'll study Jerusalem, for ax*
    ile, in a loi-mal classroom set-
    ting, then spend Ova days explor-
    ing ti>. city." said Rabbi Kipper.
    "Evenings will bo devoted to
    contemporary Israeli b.story an''
    r >pt1ati Israelis .ill be brought
    in to lecture." ho continue
    The idea for the credit-earnins
    tour came from Federation's ?lan-
    . Committee on Jew-h Educa-
    tion.
    "Students were drawn trim.
    Conservative, Orthodox and Ro-
    form backgrounds," A. id. Wiener,
    chaii nan ol the committee -ai
    "Eleven temple affiliations arc rep.
    recented by the 40 students who
    will leave Miami for Israel Tues-
    da>.'
    Rabbi Kipper, who nas been a
    Hi in. n school teacher and princi-
    pal ; nd has worked for bureaus "'
    Jewish education in Chicago and
    Cincinnati, will be assisted b> two
    othei teachers,
    Jeffrey Ro-inok, a fo. mer pruv
    oipal of the Temple Judea Reli-
    gion.- School who teaches social
    studl igovernment and history >
    at Coral Gables High School, and
    shin on Gcwirtz, a teacher 'rom;
    New York City who specializes in
    Israel] arts, will take parl in the1
    toui.
    Aftei arriving in Haifa next1
    week each student will be "adopt-
    ed" by a Haifa familj of si
    religious background so they will
    get to know at least .me Israe
    family immediately
    About hall the days v ill b
    voted to the study program and
    informal activities in the Haifa
    area. The rest of the time will \y
    spent on carefully structured vis-
    its to the most meaningful ^ites
    from the Galilee in the north to
    the Negev in the south.
    Home base for the group will
    be facilities of the Leo Baeck In-
    ternational Youth Center in Haifa.
    They will Ik- supervised there by
    an American rabbi. Rooert Sam-
    uels, who serves a- assistant head-
    master ol the Haeek Hi^h Scnool
    Facilities and the program will
    bo under close supervision by thf
    Jewish Agency. Kashruth and
    Shabbat will be carefully observed
    The program ha- generated fat
    reaching enthusiasm. Rabbi Kippei
    said, adding that his office was
    flooded with requests for informa-
    tion from o'hor communities
    across the nation.
    "The only problem we sec in
    the future." he said, "is that we'll
    run out of facilities long before
    we run out of interested students."
    GROVE HOUSE
    Summer Art Classes
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    il s '..,.; and reliiio .- i l .
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    The first coffee will bo heir!
    Wednesday. June 21, at the home
    of Dr. and Mrs Mel Drucker
    Other hostesses will be Mrs. Irv-
    ing Cirulnick, Mrs. Myron Cohen
    and Mrs. Arthur Lipson.
    Summer Suppers Featured
    At Landing Restaurant
    Beer on tap. sing-a-longs, a
    "play-it-youi self piano. hors
    d'oeuvres "on the house" plus bas-
    ket dinner- and pitchers of beer 0'
    Sangria are ul! part jf La-Hi:
    Restaurant's summer supper-.
    Situated at Miainarina. on the
    ba\ in downtown Miami, the Land
    Ing offi rs hors d'ouevres at 6 p w
    iaiiy: at 9 p.m. summer supper
    of fish, chicken or burger basket*
    with french fries an cole slaw
    ii- a pitcher of beer or Sangria
    is featured at $1.50 per person
    I
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    will be available to
    th yo ith ol il; citj Inten d in
    lull or i
    . ::i thi- summer.
    Kindergarten Tots
    Graduating Friday,
    The Yeshlva Hay School ol
    North Miami Beach will hoi rad-
    uation exercises for its second
    kindergarten class Friday mom- j
    ing in the Young Israel wclal hall, i
    Rabbi Moshe Greebel is school
    principal and Mrs. Rae Klein Roll-
    man is kindergarten teacher.
    Graduating students are Kva
    Chernofsky, Isabel Goldberg, Ei-
    leen Gottlieb. IX-bra Gross, Elyso
    Korman and Naomi Porush.
    The Youth Advil
    Xaij.nmI Allian^j)' Kh-it.
    the Miami Chamber of ( in
    Manpower, and the Citj ol
    irtment.
    The board has spent th
    tv o mont ii- stud) In i i
    prejudice in job opportnni i -
    i an tin- overall out! i
    the employment of youth wit
    cial emphasis on summ
    the Miami area.
    Mr. Friedman. 28. who u
    pointed to this post earlier this
    year by Miami Mayor David K. .
    nedy, is the son of Circuit I
    Judge Milton Friedman n
    recently elected president of
    Miami Jaycees.
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    Friday. June 16. 1972
    *JmlsB FIvrMfann
    Page 3-C
    '4 Freedoms' Chief Scholarships To Local Graduate
    Will Survey Israel
    Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the Greater Miami
    Hebrew Academy, presents the annual Jewish Floridicn
    Journalism Award to Karen Asher, selected from the 1972
    graduating class of the souths largest Hebrew day school.
    Ana Kelton, left, valedictorian of the class of '70 Hebrew
    Academy graduates, looks on. The prize, for excellence in
    'oumalism. was presented at last week's graduation cere-
    monies in the Academy auditorium.
    it &
    -U
    Hebrew Academy Honors
    Largest Graduating Class
    Presentation of annual awards
    highlighted commencement exer-
    cises ni ihe Hebrew Academy <>i
    Greater Miami, with a record
    bss "i TO graduating from the
    ninth grade of the junior high
    school
    Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
    cipal, ."ni Miami Beach attorney
    Irving 1-iitel, president of the He-
    brew Academy, addressed those
    *ho had gathered for the gradua-
    tion ceremonies in the school au-
    ditorium, noting that next year's
    ilnsf ivill graduate from the new
    junior and senior high school
    building now nearlng completion,
    Glenn Gottlieb received the Sam
    Reinhard Torah Award; Nathan
    Adler garnered the Harry Genet
    Talmud Award and Lillian Kurc
    eceived a prize from the Nor-
    lalr Optimist Club for achieving
    he greatest progress in studies
    hiring the year.
    Carol Frand won the English
    Award and Audrey Fishman the
    m?m
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    Social Studies Award presented by
    I the Hebrew Academy PTA. Gloria
    Kohn was selected tor honorable
    mention.
    Winner of the Oscar Schapiro
    Science Award was Suzanne Stern
    and the Aaron I-auer Family's
    Award tor Fine Arts excellence
    was shared by Sheila Bastacky
    | and Flora Zaken.
    The Jewish Floridian Journalism
    : Award was won by Karen Asher;
    the Max Silverberg Siwrtsman-
    ! ship Award went to Stuart Kayo. :
    and Renee Kuczynski was chosen |
    : as the recipient of the American
    ' Legion Sportsmanshii) Award.
    Marci Deutsch was named for j
    the Character Award presented by >
    \ the Hebrew Academy Alumni; the
    | Torah Im Derech Fretz Award |
    was won by Wendy Bergman.
    Hebrew Academy Women pre-
    sented its Service Award to Deb- i
    orah Seidel and David Sussman. !
    j The Hebrew Academy President's
    ' Award went to Roselyn Schnia-
    doski. Rabbi Gross presented Offi-
    ' car's Awards to Moshe Gittelson
    ! and Sharon Greenspan.
    Two awards went to Sharon
    Stauber the Mathematics Award
    presented by the Hebrew Academy
    . and the Scholarship Award si>on-
    sored by the Miami Beach Post of
    i the American Legion.
    Mali Daum was selected saluta-
    torian of the class; Ana Kelton
    was honored as valedictorian.
    Judge Harum Announces
    Industrial Claims Judge Albert
    E, Harum Jr., has announced he ,
    will run for a County Court judge-
    ship. Judge Harum maintains of-
    flees in Coral Gables in the Flor- I
    ida Department of Commerce's
    Bureau of Workmen's Compensa-
    tion.
    William K. Steinberg, national
    president of the American Radio
    Association and president of the
    Four Freedoms Manor nursing
    home in Miami Peach, will fly to
    Israel July 1 to survey medical
    and hotel facilities in the Jewish
    state.
    Mr. Steinberg, who will be mak-
    ing his fourth visit to Israel, will
    confer with leaders of the His-
    tadrut and its Kupat Holim health
    network on nursing and convales-
    cent home capabilities and stand-
    ards He will also discuss the |x>s-
    sibility of Four Freedoms building
    a small hotel In Israel.
    While in Israel, Mr. Steinberg,
    who is active in the Israel Ili---
    tadrut Council of South Florida
    and a major contributor to the
    Hebrew Academy ol Greater Mi-
    ami, will confer with Israeli conn-1
    tcrparts of the national union of
    radio Operators, which he heads, i
    and study the emergency first aid
    techniques of the Magen David
    Adorn. Israel's official Red Cross
    agency.
    Pythians Name
    New Leaders
    The following officers will serve
    the George Gershwin Lodge.
    , Knights of Pythias from July W2- j
    73: Milton Meyers, chancellor com- |
    mandrr; Mitchell Zeiger. vice
    chancellor; Max Kaminski, pre-
    late, and Victor Deutschman ]
    master at aims.
    Also Philip Coller, inner guard
    Joe Kocnig, outer guard; Osea",
    (Cantor, secretary; Milton Ilur-
    , witz. financial secretary: Dr. Ar-
    thur Shapiro, treasurer, and Mor-
    ris Schwartzman, three-year
    trustee,
    The Miami Beach Elks Lodge
    scholarship committee distributed
    11 scholarships to local high school
    students during their recent com-
    mencement exercises.
    Among the 1972 recipients were
    Gloria Rood of Miami's Coral Park
    High School, who received the
    Harold B. Spaet Scholarship. The
    list also included Ai lone Sn.vder.
    Miami Norland; Diedie Aughey.
    Kathleen Aughey and Nancy T.
    O'Sullivan, St. Patrick's;
    Dubins, Bonnie Brenna and S evi
    M. Silve Miami Beach S >\
    High School, and Luz Rodriguez,
    a student a) Lear School.
    The scholarship comn II
    eluded Stanlej Fisher, i hairman,
    Richard Bernard, Richard P
    Robert Lynn, Marvin Baida and
    Miurav Jones.
    David D*rucker is exalted
    ol the lodge.
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    +Jewish nrrkiiair
    Friday, June 16. 1S72 I Fi
    Helen Silverstein, (left) installing officer, presents the gavel
    to Monica Eisen, incoming president of Chai Chapter, B'nai
    B'rith Women, as Mrs. Jack Zebitz, program chairman, looks
    on. The ceremony took place at a recent luncheon in the
    Cadillac Hotel.
    Addressing invitations to the annual "Imma Luncheon" of
    Hebrew Academy Women, scheduled Monday at th3 home
    of Rabbi and Mrs. Alexander S. Gross, are three leaders of
    the auxiliary. Greater Miami Hebrew Academy They are,
    left to right, Mrs. Carl Brandes, Mrs. Sue Hermon and Mrs.
    Bernard Edelson.
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    Pictured at the recent annual meeting held
    by the Jewish Vocational Service (JVS) aie
    (from left to right) Mrs. J. William Baros Ji.;
    Mrs. Eugene Greenspan; Mr. Baros, presi-
    dent of the JVS; Mr. Greenspan, executive
    director of the agency, and Henry B. Stem,
    executive director of the Jewish Occupa-
    tional Council, New York, who delivered
    the main address.
    J. William Baros Is President Of JVS
    The Jewish Vocational Service
    installed officers for 1972-73 at
    its annual meeting held June 8 at
    the Standard Club.
    The main address was deliverer1
    by Henry B. Stern, executive di-
    rector of the Jewish Occupational
    Council, New York, the coordinat-
    ing bodv for all Jewish Vocational
    Localites Active
    In JWV Conclave
    Leon Levin, commander of Mur-
    ray Solomon Post 243. Coral Ga-
    bles, will head a delegation of
    Post officers to the 2fith annual
    state convention of the Jewish
    War Veterans of the United States
    at the Americana Hotel in Bal
    Harbour June 23-25.
    Delegates elected by the Post
    include Sid Lowe, senior vice com-
    mander. Lou Aronoff, junior vice
    commander; Ira Blitt and Joe Gor-
    din, trustees; Stuart Botwinik.
    Norman Levine and Howard Mel-
    nick, past commanders.
    M. Jay Berliner of Coral Gables,
    a past Post commander, is a candi-
    date for senior vice commander of
    the Department of Florida.
    Billie Kern, national president.
    JWV Ladies Auxiliary, will be the
    guest speaker at the Sabbath eve-
    nine services during the conven-
    tion. Mrs. Kern is a past president
    of Miami Beach Auxiliary and the
    Department of Florida.
    Cantor Sol Koenigsberg, a past
    commander of the Norman Bruce
    Brown Post, will chant the tradi-
    tional prayers.
    Ralph Rosofsky is serving as
    convention chairman, with Irene
    Cooperman as cochairman.
    Services in North America.
    Hea "ed by J. William Baro< Jr..
    president, the s'.ato includes Sam i
    J. Helmut, honorary president;
    Ronald L. Albert, Herbert P. Blum-'
    berg, Sam Stark and Marvin I.
    Wiener, vice presidents; Andrew
    A. Gellor. and Irvin W. Kaiz, treas-
    urer; Dr. Sol Center and Dr. Mar-
    vin G. Isaacson, secretaries,
    Board members Installed for -
    three-year term include J Wi an
    Baros Jr., Mrs Meyer A. B.i-kin.
    Thomas Branc'.-is. Steph"n Carner
    Dr. Sol Center. Col. Arthur Conn
    Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg, Sam J
    Hciman. Irvin W. Ka /. !'
    Kutun, Stuart Rothchild,
    Lloyd I.. Ruskin, Dr. Rona
    Shellow, Norman Shoik
    Silver.
    New members appointed
    I'll -year term were Mrs. i
    Pechenik. Barry C. Prusil
    Norman Bobbins, Irving -
    and Donald Swartz.
    The Jewish Vocational S
    a beneficiary agency of
    Greater Miami Jewish Fedei
    and the United Fund of i
    County, is located at 31S NW
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    ISRAEL ATHENS
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    Round trip air from Miami, transfers, deluxe hotels,
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    call Pete or Sandy
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    She is quite the majesty of Florida
    cruiseships and now, lonq will she reiqn.
    10-DAY CRUISES TO 5 CARIBBEAN
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    Friday. June 16. 1972
    *Jmist> ftcric/iari
    Page 5-C
    Morris Erlich, (left) president of the Cleveland Friendship
    Club of Miami Beach recently presented a check in the
    amount of SI,500 to Sender M. Kaplan, representative of
    ihe Greater Miami Jewish Federation, for its 1972 CJA-IEF
    sign. Mr. Erlich, who is also president of the Golden
    Ziub No. 3, said an additional check to the 1972 CJA-
    IEF ill be presented shortly, doubling the Cleveland Friend-
    .b's 1971 contribution to the campaign.
    Mrs. MuiTay Levrant (left) outgoing president of the Fla-
    mingo Cancer League of the American Medical Center ut
    Denver, receives a plague for "outstanding service to her
    chapter" from Mrs. Abner Miller, president, Dade County
    Council AMCD. New president of the group. Mrs. Abe
    Huppert. was installed by Mrs. Arthur Feigeles, national
    treasurer of AMCD. "This Is Your Life," written and directed
    by Mrs. Joseph Robinson, was narrated by Mrs. Leonard
    Schwartz and Mrs. Murray Corwin, cochairmen of the affair.
    which boars thi>
    Jeffrey Schiff
    Receives Award
    For 2nd Year
    For Hi'' second year in a row
    Jeffrey Mitchell, -on of Rabbi and
    Mrs, Solomon Schiff, has received
    i he Presidential
    Physical Fitn --
    Award, ^i\ \ bj
    President sixon
    for "outstanding
    physical achieve-!
    ments." Jeffrey|
    was presented
    with the award
    at the McGlan
    non Language
    Arts Schoo I
    which he at-
    tends
    The a w R r d.
    presidential sea)
    and signature reac's, "In recogni-
    tion of outstanding physical
    achievement and exceptional dedi-
    cation to the ideal of a sound mind;
    in a strong body. My congratula-
    tions to you, Jeffrey Schiff. on
    this accomplishment."
    The presidential certificate was
    accompanied by a patch bearing
    the presidential seal with the num-
    ber 2 written on it.
    The aware! is presented to par- f
    , ticipants who have scored 85'' o>"
    ; above in all the youth fitness tests.
    This is a national award which is
    highly coveted since a very small
    IxM-ccntacc ol students achieve
    tin high standards required for
    i ligibility.
    Jeffrey also received a trophy
    for reading achievement and two
    additional trophies for outstanding
    sports achievements in his school.
    His previous award was signed
    personally by the President, who
    then presented his autographed
    pen to Jeffrey.
    Heart Association To Equip
    Stadium With Rescue Units
    An Improved mobile rescue am-
    bulance, operated by the City o'
    Miami's fire rescue units, will be
    in use at the Orange Bowl stadium
    this year The Miami Dolphins are
    contributing S14.000 to purchase
    the equipment, which will be
    owned by the Heart Association
    of Greater Miami.
    Two volunteer Heart Associa
    tion physicians. Drs. Eugene Nagel
    and Jim Hirschman. devised the
    system, which will utilize radio-
    equipped ushers and policemen to
    speed the heart-saver vehicles to
    the victim, and radioed instruc-
    tions from doctors at Jackson
    Memorial Hospital as to the proper
    emergency measures to be taken
    before the patient is moved to the
    hospital.
    VACATION
    Columnist Uwmri Cohen whole
    "Comment" opaears weekly i"
    the Jewish Floridion, is on a
    brief vocation. His column will
    bo resumed upon his return.
    21 DAYS ISRAEL & EUROPE
    JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
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    Visit the historic sights of Israel, its holy places *J^*~Z**
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    Two meals per day in Israel
    Breakfast only in Europe
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    m
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    fj&*i!h FkrffdHatjn
    Rosen \ational President
    Of Jewish Center Workers
    Montreal wu the site this week | as president of regional chapti ra
    the annual conference of the
    Association of Jewish CVntoi
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    Mr. Rosen, the son of Mrs. Her-
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    ORT Women's Chapter
    Installs Its New Officers
    Judge Rhca Grossman in-t iUed
    the roster of officers who will
    guide the Southwest Chapti r of
    Women's American OP.T during
    the coming year at the Balmoral
    Hotel Saturday night.
    The slate, headed by Mrs. Mannv
    Palgon, president, included Mrs
    Curtis Smith. Mrs. Sy Schulcmson.
    Mrs. Ronald Stone, Mrs. Burt Cool-
    and Mrs. Alan Stone, .ice presi-
    dent-; Mrs. Paul Felngold, treas-
    urer: Mrs. Alvin Brown. Mrs. Lee
    Whit Ion. Mrs. Howard Peskoe and
    Mrs. Frank Manning, secretaries;
    Mrs. Larry Ozner. parliamentarian.
    Help Community,
    Jewish Education
    Graduates Urged
    v
    "The thousands of young men
    and women who are ihis month
    graduating from various levels of
    Jewish education and moving op
    to higher levels of achievement
    should n+nn to make the Jewish
    community the beneficiary of their
    accomplishments." Rabbi 3* >h
    Karasick, president of the Unior
    of Orthodox Jewish Congrega-
    tions of America, said his week
    "All too often.'' he said, "we are
    made awa*e of well-Intended be-
    ginnings, but all too seldom d
    we become aware of successful
    conclusioi -
    "We salute these graduates, and
    call upon them to serve as
    professionals or as laymen On
    lew sh community whi'h offered
    them, and so heavily invest jn.
    these educational opportunities,
    the very same community which
    enables them to function as Jew-
    ish citizens in a democratic >oci-
    ety."
    Ed Newbold Seeks Judgeship
    Kd Newbold. a Miami attorney
    for the past 24 years, has an-
    niunced his candidacy for Dade
    County judge in Group 9. A for-
    mer chairman of the Civil Serv-
    ice Board of the City of Miami,
    he graduated from the University i
    of Miami I .aw School.
    Leo Steinman President Of
    Employ Handicapped Group
    Retired businessman Leo Stein-
    man. who is the newly elected
    president of Dade County's Em-
    ploy the Handicapped Committee,
    will be investing most of his "iine
    in the people of his community.
    Mr. Steinman. who was chosen
    "Dade County Outstanding Citi-
    zen of 1964." in recognition of hi-
    work with and for young people,
    is virtually a full-time .'ommunity
    volunteer, dividing his energies
    between children, handicapped and
    veterans. A past national commis-
    sioner of Community and Veterans
    Affairs, he helped organize "Flor-
    ida Operation Sunshine" which
    brought disabled veterans to Mi
    ami Beach each month for rest
    and recreation.
    "We want to get the handicapped
    more involved in solving their own
    problems," said Mr. Steinman. "We
    want to help them, but we want
    them to invest time, energy and;
    purpose in themselves." he de-
    clared.
    Among those elected to the exec-'
    utive board of Dade County's Em- j
    ploy the Handicapi>ed Committee,
    were F. H. Russell, executive vicv I
    president; Elinor Esser, Ray j
    Czachow ski and William Thomp-;
    son, vice presidents; Lorraine Dale, I
    secretary; Ronnie Goodman, treas- j
    user, and Charles Francis, past j
    president. ,
    Board members include Don j
    Bednar. Sen. Harry P. Cain, Felix I
    Cruz, Marie Doland, David Faulk-j
    ner, Greta Gaston, Alex Gordon. |
    Diana Gottlieb, Lou Gottlieb,
    Charles Graham, Joyce Hodge, Les
    Horn. Seema Lefkowitz. Judge :
    George Nachwaltsr, Tom Nicely.
    Marion Shearer, Ed Soucy, H^nry |
    Thompson, and Frank Williams.
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    charm with three diamonds, symbolic of her three years
    of meritorious and unselfish devotion to the Home, from
    Leonard Zilbert, president, who presented the charm on
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    .June 16, 1972
    vJewisii fkrndliair
    Page '/-C
    Recently installed officers of the Sisterhood of Temple Israel of Greater
    Miami include (from left to right) Mrs. Arnold Scher, Mrs. Jack Schillinger,
    Mrs. Maurice Serotta, Mrs. Victor Faine, Mrs Barbara Rado, Mrs. How-
    ard Novell, president, Mis. Harry Elson, Mrs. Jack Falke, Mrs. Martin
    Wasserman, Mrs Anshel Rackoff, Mrs. Jule Balaban and Mrs. Stanley
    Yorke. _____
    Sun 'n Lake Holiday Inn To
    Host 9-Week Summer Camp
    Sun ii Lake Holiday Inn a'
    Ijlce Placid, In central Florida,
    hosting a nine-week sum-
    , program for children
    ,., r. through 16 beginning
    I
    Sun ii Lake will be :i one.
    I |< .gram for each group ot
    I and girls. Holiday lm
    I ill bo served in a private
    | room and the .-amp will
    ono wing of the Sun 'n
    I Holiday Inn with no more
    IiIimii three children assigned to <
    oom.
    A stall of 12 experienced cotin-(
    igelors, including a registered
    nurse, will serve under the- direc-
    tion ol Dave IX'nauli. who lias j
    rorked with youth groups tor 11
    in i has a B.A. degree In
    education.
    A full ranjjeof outdoor activities
    is archery, baaebafl, gvm- '
    vi -.. tennis and horse Instruc-1
    ludinc mounting and ru'ine i
    ii i offered. The ?amp will
    Rabbi JaHe New President
    Of Broward Board of Rabbis
    a i the annual spring meeting ol
    the Browanl Board of Rabin.- Di
    Samuel '/.. Jaffe, spirit "al leadei
    ot Temple Beth El, Hollywood
    t. president for the com-
    .: year, serving with him will
    ii Arthur Abrams of Tern-
    nanu-El. Fort LauderdaU
    rtce president, and Ra!>l>i A'.tow
    L. Dmzin of Temple Israel, Mlra-
    : i -ecretary-trcasurer.
    Thi Broward Board of Rabbis
    *ed of Jewish constrega-
    iions in Broward County, eneonv
    a- Orthodox, Reform and Con-
    (pnative rabbis. The chaplaincy
    prom-am at South Florida State
    il is served by the board
    which also coordinate-; religious
    es of the Jewish community
    ai lui ue.
    LEGAL NOTICE
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOB
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    IN PROBATE
    No. 72-3835
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    1 UK Estate ol
    MAKTHA P. BEBER
    Il .,-.,.,1.
    i"" All Creditors and All Persons Ha\
    ll Claims or Demands AaatOHl MM
    v..u nrv hereby notified and required
    1 i > -.-!! t any claim* and demands
    hiiii you mav have agjalnsl tin- es-
    tf r>( .MAKTHA P. BBBEH deceased
    lui, ( i,;,,!,. county, Florida, to *
    'uin> Judges cf Dade County, and
    We ih, name in duplicate and an pro-
    vided in Bectlon 738.16, Florida siat-
    "- in their offices in the County
    Kiiliin hIx calendar months from the
    iini. .,i (h. first publication hereof,
    1"' 'in name will be barred..
    Baled at Miami. Florida, this 14th
    "> "i June, A.n. 197::.
    MORRI8 BBBEH
    As Administrator
    in-t publication of this notice on
    ''" l daj of June, 1078.
    jA.W w FROMREHC ,,
    JROMBERU, FROMBERO, &i:t''ML
    I'A
    Suite M-10J, Hi \v. Flairb-r st
    Jiunil, Plorlda 33180
    Attorney for ESTATE >P
    MARTHA P BEBER
    i; 18-23-80 .
    use the horse facilities at the Sun
    n Lake Turl and Beach Club, In-
    cluding the 7-8 mile track, walk-
    ing and exercising areas and train-
    ing ring. Club trainers lack Hen*
    nig and Mary Phillips will instruct
    the children In western a,id English
    iding.
    Golfing will be taught by r>
    professional instructor --/ii the Sun
    n l-ake Estates 18-hole champion-
    ship golf course located directly
    behind the Holiday Inn.
    Taking advantage of the three-
    mile freshwater Lake Grassy the,
    children will bo Instructed In
    water skiing, sailing and fishing.
    The Holiday Inn swimming pool!
    will be available for Bed Cross
    certified swimming instruct! n.
    The natural environmenl of the
    land surrounding Camp Sim 'n
    Lake is a good setting for hiking,
    cookouts, nature lore, campfires
    and group singing.
    The iiinlh week of the pro in
    beginnin Am 20, will be Famil>
    Camp Week, with the en'In- family
    invited to Join in the nlanned ac-
    tivity program or cam;, on theii
    own.
    Gelb Monuments Marks
    Its 10th Anniversary
    Saul Gelb. of Gelb Monuments.
    Inc.. is celebrating his tenth anni-
    versary in business this month.
    The firm, which
    was opened in
    June of 1962. is
    now one <>f the
    leading monu-
    ment dealers in
    South Florida,
    and a member
    of the Heller
    Business Bureau.
    Mr Gelb, who
    i is assisted by his
    wife. Phyllis.
    and brother-in-
    law, S a n f 0 r d
    Apatov, is an active community
    member. He belongs to the Jewish
    War Veterans. Elks, B'nai B'rlth,
    Workmen's Circle, Farband, Free
    Sons Of Israel, the Fraternal Or-
    der of the Purple Heart, and Ls
    active in (hi- Knights of Pythias.
    tEGAl NOTICE
    Soul Gelb
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    IN PROBATE
    No. 72-2493
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    in RE: Estate ot
    MAX HALING.
    Deci used,
    To All Creditor* nnd All 1'iisons rlUV-
    Ing Claims or Demand* Again*) Bald
    Estate:
    Vou are hereby notified and required
    io present any claims and demands
    which vou may have against the es-
    tate "i MAX BALING deceased late
    of Dade County, Florida, to thf Coun-
    ty Judges of Dade County, ami file
    the same in duplicate and as provided
    in Section 733.16, Plorlda Statutes, In
    their offices In ih,- County Courthouse
    in Dade County, Florida, ivlthln six
    i-alvndar month* from the time of the
    first publication hereof, or the same
    v. ill be barred.
    Dated .ii Miami, Florida, ibis 1st
    day ..I June, A.DT1872.
    Kurt Baling
    As Executor
    First publication of tbis notice on
    the naii da) of June, 1978.
    Henry Norton
    Attorney for Executor
    H"ii Biscayne Bldg., .Miami. l-'la.
    6/16-23-30 7 7
    LEGAL NO IICI
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    IN PROBATE
    No. 72-2252
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    la RE: Estate of I
    .mi ill.it: N. KIBR
    Deceased. .,
    To All Creditor* and All Persons Hav-
    ing Claim* or Demands Against Said
    Vou lire hereby notified nnd required
    io present any claims and demands
    which you may have against the -
    tate of Mol.l.li: X. klER de< i I
    late of Dade County, Plorlda, to the
    Counts Judge* of Dade County, ana
    tile the same In duplicate ana ia
    provided In Section 788.10. l-lynda.
    Statutes, in their offices In the Coun-
    ty Courthouse In Dade County. Flor-
    ida, within si\ calendar months from
    the time of the first publication here-
    of ,.r the same will be barred
    Dated :il Miami. Florida, this '-''"1
    day of June, A.D. IMS.
    BENJAMIN ROCHI IN
    BERNARD Dl'TCH
    As Executor*
    Fust publication of Ihls notice on
    the III day of June, IMS.
    Kommel, Rogers, l.ori-i & Bhenkman
    Attorneys for Bxecutor*
    4:,. Lincoln ltd. Mia. laa-h^H:.^ ?
    IEGAL NOTICE
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    CASE NO. 70-20788
    (Judge Duvall
    NOTICE TO APPEAR
    JACK COHEN d Ii I' '
    COMPANY,
    Plaintiff.
    XORTHR1 PCON8TIU 7'".V
    COMPANY, n dissolved Florida
    corporation, al al,
    Defendants.
    TO- PTCRRIH C. \Vool> and Wife
    EDMl'NDA Resident* Unknown
    Tra.t A A
    ,., 7 Block :. OREEN i .OSE,
    nVrordlm in "'' "' !',""
    recorded in Plnl Book 12 at 1 age
    in Section 22 Township S3 South.
    Ri;Kr O East, of he J'" ''
    Records ol Dade i num.v. Florida
    TO' IMIIIS CI AVTiiN and wife
    EDN \ Resld< nee I'nknown
    Trait Bll ,
    ,, ,; ,..,,.,, ,. LIBERTY FARMS.
    a......dim; lo the Plat ftwwf;
    recorded in Plal Book 51. nt
    ,..-,. 46. ,.r the Public Records
    of Dade County. Plorlda
    TO JTMMIB LO!" KNIOHT-Hndlf
    married. '*>''" '" '
    husband Residence I nknown,
    Tract <
    i,,i 21 Block :t. and South *
    Peel of Lot 28 Block > <*
    In, io the Plal thereof: recorded
    InPlal Book I. t Page 28, MARKS
    strn and recorded In Plal Book
    ? at Page :::. Bectlon Town-
    'l,i :,:: South Range 11 East, of
    The Publl. Records of Dade < turn-
    WaOT BACH Off TOT "
    hereby notified thai s ""ynlalnt ha*
    ,...,, filed aeainst you and otlwrsi *>
    ,i- plaintiff m "' ''""' *>,',.
    ,.,,. |n ih.- Circuit "U" in and fo
    itade ''"""> ,'i"ri,,:'""; '" v"n:'T"
    of nnletlng 'i"'- '" "" above-descrlb-
    Sd properties, and you are hereby re-
    ConiVes* Bulldlna, Miami. Plorlda
    MVto. and file Ihe original *
    :;r;i!:-d..::a %,.':;'v.our,f 'v ,:
    I':.'...:,,.. ,',.d agalns. you for Ihe relief
    ^"WijiATHlWMAN
    Clerk, Circuit Court
    Bs N a HEW l"l"'- DeuMtj I lii_.
    B 16-23-30 .
    LEGAL NOTICE
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    IN PROBATE
    NO. 72-2826
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    In RE: Estate of
    J ESSIE MAI.HKN
    Deceased ,,
    To mi Creditors and All Person* Hav-
    ing i luin- or Demands Againsi saw
    it'iflire hereby notified and required
    lo present any claims and demands
    which you may have against the es-
    late of JESSIE MAUDEN deceased
    lite of Dade County, Plorlda, lo lite
    County Judges of Hade County and
    file the same in duplicate *"<*
    provided in Section 188.I6, Klorltlo
    Statutes, in Ihelr offices In Ihe < oun-
    ty Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
    ida within six calendar months from
    the time of the first publics.....' here-
    of, or the same will be barred.
    Doted at Miami Plorlda, tins tn
    daj of June, A.D. I1TI.
    IRVING I FAI Ni 1.
    As Adlllinislialoi
    First publication Of this untie......
    the l>. day of June, 1*72.
    KAl'NCE, FINK t PORMAN
    Attorneys for the Administrator
    IS02 t'ongress Bldg
    Miami, Florida 38132 I fl-' ; '--.}'. .
    1: 16-23-30 .
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    CASE NO. 72-11804
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN RE: The Marriage of
    KI.EANt >R s W'OJCIK,
    Petitioner,
    and
    K.MII. 8. WOJCIK,
    ResiMViident.
    vni' KMII. s. WOJCIK, Respon-
    dent. 93 Pargo Street, Springfield,
    Mass., ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
    to file your written defense to this
    Petition for Dissolution of Marriage
    with the Court'.- Clerk and serve 11
    copy upon Petitioner's Attorneys. VON
    ZAMFT & SMITH. 1512 Capital Hank
    Bldg., Miami, Florida on or before the
    l'I day of July. 1M2, elae the Petition
    will !<' taken as confessed,
    DATED: June *. 1872.
    1: B. LEATHERMAN. CLERK
    BY: C, P. COPEI-AND
    Deputy Clerk
    n in uit Couri Seal I
    1; 16-23-80 ~
    an- hereby
    for ins-'
    been fil-d
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR
    ? AOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    IN PROBATE
    No. 72-1951
    FRANK B. DOWLING
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    In RE: Estate of
    MARIA 1 F.I V A a I. .1 !> I.KI\ A
    T<, AiTCreditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing claims or Demands Againsi saia
    KYou'are herebj notlfled and required
    ,,, preset)! an} claims and demands
    which you may have againsi the es-
    uit. of MARIA LBIVA n k MARIA
    "IleIVA dceased Ian-of Dade Coun-
    iv Florida, 10 the County Judges pi
    Dade County, and file the same In
    duplicate and as provided In Section
    733 16 Florida Statutes, in ihelr of-
    fice* In the County Courthouse In
    i.adr County, Florida, within six cal-
    endar months from Ihe lime ol the
    first publication hereof, or the same
    v, ill be haired ,.
    Dated al Miami, Florida, this 14
    day of June, A.D, ItJI.
    Anthony J. Lelvs
    As Administrator
    Flrsl publication "f this notice on
    the It day of June, 1872.
    Sidney Efronson
    Attorney for Estate
    :IL' Ainsley Buildi'iig
    Miami, Flu ::::i".'-' ........ .
    r. 16-23-30 .
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    \iiTict: is HEREBY filVEN thai
    the undersigned, desiring to engage
    .....usiness under Ihe fictitious name
    of Studio Knit of Miami al 611 Pu-
    00,11 Plata Hotel Miami. Florida n-
    lends to register said name with Ine
    f rk of ihe Circuit court ol Dad.
    County, Florida
    Yam International, inc.
    Daniel Hi Iter Eeq.
    Attorney ror Yam International, me.
    1, 16-23-30 ,
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    IN PROBATE
    No. 71-1136
    NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
    APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
    AND FINAL DSCHARGE
    IN RE: Estate of
    ABRAHAMZOROFF
    Deceased.
    NOTICE is hereby given thai 1
    have filed my Final Report and Peti-
    tion for Distribution and Final Dis-
    charge as Executor of the ostate of
    ABRAHAM ZOROFF. deceased: and
    that on ihe 18 day of Juiif. 1878,
    will apply to Ihe Honorable County
    Judges of bade County, Florida, for
    approval of said Final Ite|wirt and
    for distribution and final discharge as
    Executor of thi- estate of the above-
    named decedent, This 12 day of June,
    1972.
    SAMl'EL RESNICK, Executor of the
    Estate of ABRAHAM ZOROFF.
    I leceased.
    SIMON, MAYS* QRIJNDWERU
    By: Moses Orundwerg, Attomes
    .. Ainsley Building
    Miami, Florida 33182
    6 16-23-30 7 7
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    IN PROBATE
    No. 71-1475
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    In RH: Estal.....
    PANNIE RKLAR,
    O,.....ased.
    To All Creditors mid All Persons Hav-
    ing Claims or Demands Againsi Said
    Estate:
    You are hereby notified and required
    to present any claims and demands
    which vou mav have against thi- es-
    tate of FANS*IE SKI-AR deceased
    late of Cook County. Illinois, to tin
    County Judges of Dade County, and
    file the same In duplicate and as pro-
    vided in Bectlon 788.16, Florida Stat-
    utes, in their offices in thi- Count)
    Courthouse In Dade County. Florida.
    within six calendar months from the
    lime of the first publication hereof,
    or the same will he barred
    Dated at Miami. Florida, this 13th
    day of May. A !>. 1978.
    i;,..re. .1 Talianoff, as Administrator
    C.T A,
    Flrsl publication of this notice on
    the It day of June. 1872
    TAI IANOFF A B \i>i:r.
    ytloi ni ( it v lm P.T.A
    4211 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, r
    0 16-28-30 7
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIOA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY.
    CIVIL ACTION 72-12065
    SUIT FOR
    DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE THE MARRIAOE OF:
    ci ARENCE .' STOCKS.
    Husband,
    and
    EDNA STOCKS,
    \\ if-
    TO: EDNA ST' a ks
    ::,4 Colgate Road
    Colgate, Wisconsin
    You EDNA STOCKS,
    notified that a petition
    j lutlou of Marriage has
    againsi you, and you are required to
    : nerve n copy of your Answer or Plead-
    ing to the Petition on the Petitioners
    attorney, MAN P. BNOEU BBQ. 1400
    \" \V l"tli Avenue, Suite It-Q. Miami,
    ! Florida, 33)36 and file the original
    1 Answer or Pleading In th,- office of
    I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
    before the 21 day of July. 1878. If
    vou fail I" do so. indent, in by n<
    i fault will be taken against you for
    the relief demanded In the Petition
    This notice shall be published onca
    each week for four consecutive weeks
    in THEJEWI8H FI.OCIIMAX.
    DONE AND ORDERED al Mlam ,
    Florida, this 1". day of June A l>
    ' I97S.
    K. B, l.F.ATHKIIMAX. Clerk.
    Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
    By: X. A HEWETT
    Deputy clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal i
    MAX P. BNOEL, ESQ.
    1400 N'.W. Huh Ave 17-<1
    Miami. Florida
    Attorney for Petitioner
    i; 16-23-30 7 7
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    No. 72-11670
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    ti i: in re: The Marriage of
    ROBERT EDWARD WILLIAMS.
    Husband
    and
    BARBARA ANN WILLIAMS
    Wife _
    Ti : Barbara Ann Williams
    i- o Mrs. Blondell Miljlnore
    212 Farrell Drive
    Columbia, South Carolina
    YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
    thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
    riage has l.....n filed againsi you and
    I you are reoulred to serve copy of
    your written defenses, if any to it,
    upon PAUL <: BLOCK, Attorney for
    Petitioner, inn Hlaleah Drive, Hlaleah,
    Florida, and to file the original with
    Ihe Clerk of the ahove-stylcd Court
    on or before July ::>;. IMS; otherwise.
    default will be entered againsi vou
    for tlte relief demanded In the l*-u-
    tion for Dissolution n/ Marrlae-
    Thls notice shall be puhlishi-d once
    each week for four consecutive weeks
    in THE IKWISH FI.ORIHI A X
    WITNESS mi hand and the Seal
    of said Court, at Miami, Dad. CoU*V,
    Florida on this 7 flay of .Tune, 1978,
    i: B I EATHERMAN
    A" Clerk. Circuit Court
    Dade Countv fi.-Mi
    l:> : c I M EX IVDRH
    ns Denuty Clerk
    iciriiiil Curl S.-ili
    I* vci i; ci n'K
    Attorney r.-r Petitioner
    ..... Hlaleah I irli
    lliali--h. Plortdn
    Telepl...... v\7-:'..".l 1
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