The Jewish Floridian

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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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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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THf JEWISH UMtTY and THE IEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 45 Number 25
Miami, Florida Friday, June 23, 1972
Two Sections Price 20 cftnts
SEIST TO DEFEND KAMIKAZE Gl'NMAN?
Japanese Attorney Denied Admittance
TEL AVIV (JTA)Police at
Lvdda Airport refused entry
late Sunday night to Hiroshi
I Shoii. a Japanese attorney who
claimed he was engaged by the
family of Kozo Okamoto to de-
I fend the 'kamikaze" gunman
I captured in the Lydda Airport
massacre May 30. They were
acting on orders from the In-
terior Ministry, which checked
Shoji's record and found him to
be linked to extreme leftist and
anarchist groups in Japan.
The Japanese lawyer was a
passenger aboard a BOAC plane
"Tiddler" Longest Running Broadway Show
NEW YORK (JTA) "Fiddlier on the Roof" played its 3,225th
performance and surpassed "Life With Father" as the longest-
running show in Broadway history the night of June 17. 'Fiddler."
which opened in September 1964 to mixed reviews, has returned
987'! profit to its investors, who originally paid $375,000 to mount
it, according to producer Harold Prince. Paul Lipson, who was
Tevye at the record-breaking performance had been in the show
since the original rehearsals, for a total of 3,225 performances
1.806 as Tevye.
Waldheim: Jarring Mission At "Dead End"
RABAT (WNS) U.N. Secretary General Dr. Kurt Waldheim,
here to attend the Presidents Conference of the Organization for
African Unity, said the mission of Gunnar V. Jarring, UN. Middle
East peace mediator, had reached "a dead end." Dr. Waldheim said
the mission would be reactivated "only after the two sides will have
announced their readiness to renew their contacts with him."
Menachem Begin To Address Convention
NEW YORK Menachem Begin, founder and chairman of
Israel's Herut Party, will address the 75th National Jubilee Con-
vention of the Zionist Organization of America this .summer in
Jacques Torczyner, national chairman of the ZOA conven-
tion committee, announced this week.
JDL Members Aecused In Fire-Bombing
NEW YORK (WNS) Four members of the Jewish Defense
lie i JDL) have been arrested and charged with participation in
the Jan. 26 fire-bombing of Hurok Concerts, Inc., and Columbia
ts Management, both of which arrange U.S. tours of Soviet
artists. Three of them, charged with bombing both offices, were
in lieu of $35,000 bail each. A fourth, charged only with the
imbia Artists fire-bombing, was released on $3,500 bail. The
JDL denied its members were responsible for the bombings and
was i tying to raise bail for them.
Jewish Craves In Oran To Be Relocated
PARIS iWNSi A Jewish cemetery in Oran will be partially
yed by a public works project. Two thousand graves will
ha\e to be relocated from a strip of cemetery land appropriated by
he authorities. The rest of the cemetery will not be disturbed.
Report To Be Withheld 10-20 Years
WASHINGTON (WNS) A White House spokesman said the
minutes of the summit conference, including any discussion of the
- el Jewish issue would be withheld from the public for at least
10 years. The minutes are classified "Top Secret" by both the U.S.
and the U.S.S.R.
Syrian MIGs Overfly Golan
TEL AVIV (JTA)-Four Syrian MIG-21s overflew Israeli
positions in the Golan Heights Friday, a military' spokesman an-
nounced. The spokesman said Israeli jets were sent up to intercept
but did not say whether contact was made. According to the an-
nouncement, the Syrian overflight began in the southeastern Golan
Heights at the junction of the Israeli, Syrian and Jordanian borders
and continued due north along the cease-fire line, leaving Israeli air-
space in the Kuneitra region. 4
Four Syrian Soldiers Killed In Golan Heights
TEL AVIV (WNS) Four Syrian soldiers on an intelligence
mission were killed in a clash with an Israeli patrol near Housham-
yeh on the Golan Heights last week. Two Israelis were wounded.
Israeli Panthers Arrested In Bomb Plot
JERUSALEM (WNS)-Five Black Panthers were arrested
and charged with planning to bomb the offices of the JewiW ue-
fense League. Two of the arrested were found in a car containing
Molotov cocktails near the JDL office. The other three were loiter-
ing nearby.
arriving at Lydda shortly before
midnight. He was restricted to
the plane during its 45 minute
layover and was aboard when it
took off for its next destination,
Teheran. He exchanged angry
words with the police inspector
who informed him of the ban
and vowed he would "find an-
other way to enter Israel."
Israeli officials doubted that
he had been engaged by Oka-
moto's family and said his trip
to Israel may have been ar-
ranged by extremist organiza-
tionshis record revealed that
he resigned from the Japanese
Foreign Ministry after being In-
volved in an espionage affair.
Under Israeli law only a mem-
ber of the Israeli Bar may ap-
pear in court on behalf of a cli-
ent. A foreign lawyer may as-
sist him, however, and if the
prisoner's famil.' wishes to send
a lawyer to assist in his defense,
the main requirement would be
that such an individual pass a
thorough Investigation.
It appeared this week that the
military tribunal trying the ter-
rorist will have to aopoint a
lawyer to defend him. The Israel
Bar Association has had no suc-
cess thus far in finding a lawyer
who will lake the case.
Yuiuob Hairier, the Tel Aviv
attorney assigned as defense.
counsel resigned last weekend
utter two meetings with the ac-
cused. He charged that Oka-
moto, who reportedly wants to
be executed, refused to cooper-
ate with him.
According to Israeli penal law,
a defendant is entitled to the
best possible legal advice. The
military tribunal is believed to
be considering a prominent law-
yer who is a member of the
Army Reserve for the task. He
would be recalled to active duty
for the trial in the event the
Bar Association fails to lind ad-
equate counsel for the defend-
ant.
Lt. Col. David Israeli, the
chief military prosecutor, pre-
sented an indictment against
Okamoto Friday on four charges
three of which could have re-
sulted in the death penalty had
the tribunal's composition per-
mitted it. According to Israeli
law, a military court may im-
pose capital punishment only if
at least two of its members are
jurists. Of the three members
appointed by the Army Chief of
Staff, Gen. David Elazar. only
one is a lawyer.
ADL Says Times
Ad Was 'IJbelous'
NEW YORK (WNSi The
Anti-Defamation LeagU2 (ADL)
of B'nai B'rith, in a full page id
which appeared in the New York
Times June 17, called' Norman
F. Dacey, author of the best-
selling book "How to Avoid
Probate," an active pro-Arabist
who uses the kind of anti-Semi-
tism not heard in many years.
ADL was referring to Mr.
Dacey's full-page ad which ap-
peared in the Times June o as
an "Open Letter to President
Nixon" which condemned the
President for his "blind support"
of Israel and, amon? otht.
things, charged Israel with "tor-
turing A^ab prisoners" and with
"repression of Americans."
In its detailed rebuttal to Mr.
Dacey's charges. ADL declared
that Dacey's June 6 "defama-
tory advertisement libels Amer-
ican Jewish citizens, goes beyond
the bounds of good taste in
smearing American government
officials including the Presi-
(, t with innuendo, ond pre-
sents half-truths, outright in-
accuracies and undocumented
h-aray as facts."
Labor Alignment Ponders
Replacement For Shapiro
JERUSALEM (JTA) Pie-
mier Golda Meir took over the
Justice Ministry portfolio June
14 a= her Labor Alignment pon-
dered the choice of a replace-
ment fo" Minister Yaacov Shim-
shon Shapiro, who resigned
June 12. (According to Israeli
luw, the prem,p! takes over
Cabinet posts made vacant by
resignations.)
Sources close to Mrs. Meir
told the JTA she favors Ratal
Zadok, 55. chairman of the
Knesset's Foreign Affaire and
Security Committee, for the post.
Tliey in .-'leafed, however, th-.it
Mrs. Meir probably will not name
a new minister at least until
after her return from the So-
cialist International meeting In
Vienna next month.
According to sources here the
delay i intentional to allow
the public furor over Shapiro's
resignation to subside and to
give the Party leadership 'imp
to select a new minister with
the proper judicial and political
credentials.
Mr. Zadok, one of the coun-
try's top lawyers, was deputy
attorney general 1949-52 a:id
served briefly in the Cabinet as
Minister of Commerce and In-
dustry, 1965-66, but resigned
over differences with Finance
Minister Pinhas Sapir. Some cir-
cles expressed cVwbt he would
give up his thriving practice to
enter the government.
Shapiro, who had be-ome a
controversial figure a* a result
of the Netivei Neft hearings,
told the Knesset he resigned l>e-
caiisr of "an Incessant and un-
bearable stream ot personal de-
nigration and suspicions."
Political sources said the gov-
ernment could name an interim
justice Minister to serve until
the national elections next year
OT could fill Shapiro's seat by e-
shuffling the Cabinet.
ADL OFFICIAL WARNS
Black-Jewish Relations At Low Ebb
KI A MESH A LAKE, N.Y.
(JTAt An official of the B'nai
B'rith's Anti-Defamation League
(ADD who said that "Black-
Jewish relations have reached
the lowest ebb in th.? United
States." urged Jews to regain
their perspective in order to see
the conflict in its proper con-
text as part of the persis'ent
economic, social and political
problems of the nation that still
cry for solution.
Addressing 2,000 delegates at
the 120th annual convention of
B'nai B'rith District 1 here, Alex-
ander F. Miiler. director of the
ADL's Community Service Divi-
sion, chided Jews for being "pie-
occupied by the violence, the
anti-Semitism and the quest for
special treatment stemming from
the black community almost to
the exclusion of all other domes-
tic Jewish issues.
"As for the black community."
Mr. Miller said, "I am not nearly
as sure as are so many of our
constituents that anti-Semitism
is its main concern. Blacks have
too many other problems which
occupy a far more important
place on their agenda of priori-
ties."
Mr. Miller conceded that "to
deny that anti-Jewish feeling has
been intensified in certain ele-
ments of the black community
is to close one's eyes to a po-
tentially dangerous thrust." But
he urged Jews not to overlook
or forget "that the po.er ')ase
in the United States does not
reside in the black minority,
nor are the blacks the brokers
or levers or the instruments of
power.
"The real power." Mr. M'ller
declared, "resides In the white
Christian majority. An ami-
Israel resolution by the National
Black Political Convention v. ill
do little to affect the security
of Israel although it ina.v under-
mine domestic black-Jewish re-
lations." he said.
"Part of the problem of Jew-
ish concern with blacks has been
the anxiety of Jews concerning
a number of issues such as pref-
erential treatment, the merit
system, icatter-site housing, bus-
ing and cross-busing." Mr. Miller
observed.
"These matters are not solely
the concern "f the Jewish or
black communities but jut across
the entire American community,
and making these issues into
conflict points between Jews and
blacks adds to the current abia-
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Friday, June 23. 1972
SAYS JOSEPH P. ZUCKERMAN
State Of Israel Is Not
A 'Natural Phenomenon'
"We were invited to the new of-1
iicial residence of Israel's presi-1
dent in Jerusalem and we wanted
to bring something. We arrive.1
with flowers and the security I
piiar'- tore them to shred*," iaid j
Joseph Zuckerman and his wife, I
Sylvia, who just returned fro.n a
21-day visit to the State of Israel I
where they were guests of Israel's
President Zalman Shazar and his
wife in their new home.
"We visited all the former hat- |
tie lines, all the strategic points
Which are now secure," said M'. '
Zuckerman, president if Miami's \
Lebediker Branch of Farbandl
Labor Ztoflists ithe nation's larg-!
eft branch with 500 members 1 rind .
the 1972 FLZ chairman for the
(">ihinei Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Kun:"' campaign.
"We went to Lod Airnort one
day after the Aral) terrorists mas- ;
n Ted 2t> people. We saw patches
Of l)!x)d on the floor and thei
determination of the Israeli rrol-,
fl'-'ain.
State Sen. Weissenborn
Seeks Seat In Congress
State Sen. Lee Weissenorn has
announced his candidacy in the,
Democratic primary for the newlv- |
rreated 13the Congressional Dis-
trict seat in the House of Repre- .
r< ntatives.
Th<> Miami legislator, who held
a SlOO-a-plate luncheon at the
Dupont Plaza Hotel to declare his 1
bill for the new seat, was elected
to the Florida House of Represent-
atives in 1%2 and four years later
began his Senate services.
.t'At the WatiinR-'WaU in. Jeru-
salem we heard President Shtzar
speak to a group of Russian Jews
who had begun a three-day hunger
strike on behalf of their brorliers
still in Russia.
'The President assured them
that Israel is doing everything
possible so that immigration and
absorption of Russian Jews won't
stop until all those who wish to
come to the Promised Land can
do so."
Mr. Zuckerman, the national
Farband representative of the
southern United States, sits on the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation'*
Community Relations Committee,
and is vice chairman of the Jew-
ish Labor Committee an>! the Zion-
ist Alliance.
"On this last trip it became
clear to me that the State of Is-
rael is not a natural phenomeivin."
Mr. Zuckerman declared. "It Is
held together by the sweat and
blood of the Israelis. As Israel's
hostile neighbors realize this, tin
chances for a peaceful solution
must increase. Israel will not be
defeated."
Governor Proclaims 'Awareness'Week
lOStfH P. ZUCKtKMAN
Jack I. Green Announces
Bid For Metro Mayor
Jack I. Green, Miami advertis-
ing executive, has announced his
candidacy for the office of Metro
Mayor currently held by Steve
! Clark. Mr. Green. 49, is a graduate
i of Pratt Institute and is immedi-
I ate past foreman of the Dade
' Countv Grand Jury.
A former director of Fidelity
National Bank of South Miami,
: Mr. Green has served as public
relations chairman of the United
: Fund of Da.-'e County and has been
: active in numerous other civic or-
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Israel Bonds Launches
All-Out Campaign Here
Th'.~ State of Israel Bonds Is
launching an all-out campaign t<
send to two billionth dollar to fur-
oil and natural gas to meet more !
of Israel's fuel needs.
Building of some 700.0CO nor-
mancnt housing unit* for new inV
migrants and the established pop-
ulation.
Expansion of the railroad;
system beyond Beerslicba and Di-'
mona and further south to keep
pace with the establishment of,
ikw development areas.
Construction of the Arad'
chemical complex which la ex-'
pected to l>ecome Israel's leading;
industrial enterprise ami a major
exporter.
Exploitation of copper do-1
posits and construction of a proc-
essing plant at Timna producing
some 10.000 tons of copper a yar.
Electric power production
which has Increased the country's
capacity to 1.5 million kilowatts.
Creation of .10 new develop-
ment towns in the Negev and Gali-
lee.
Expansion of Israel's ship-
ping fleet to 126 ships totaling 3.5
million tons, with 24 additional
ships on order.
The rapid growth of the E!
Al Israel Airlines which carried
675,000 passengers in 1971 three
times the numlier a decade ago
UOJCA To Convene
At Boca Raton Hotel
The 74th anniversary biennial
convention of the Union of Ortho-
dox Jewish Congregations of
1 America will Ih> convened in Boca
Raton, from Wednesday, Nov. 22
' through Sunday; Nov. 26. UOJCA
I president Joseph Kaiasick has an-
1 nounced.
"As the national Union's highest
' governing body and the premier
forum of the Torah Community."
he stated, "the UOJCA biennial
convention determines policy and
program and acts on the great
questions facing religious Jewry
' ;n today's world. Kach member
I congregation is accordingly ex-
pected to lie represented by its
principal leaders.
"The Boca Raton, site of the
anniverstary convention, has ex-
cellent facilities placed In a coun-
try club setting. The full facilities
of the hotel have been reserved for
the convention.
"Boca Raton is within a few
: miles of both the Fort iauderriale
, and West Palm Beach airports.
1 with ample flights from all points.
I Special events will precede the
convention, and a full-week stay,
' commencing Sunday. Nov. 19 will
lie available." Rabbi Karasick add-
ed.
JAWS A. A18CRT
economic development and
securirj of Israel before the end
ii Jtm Michael Litvak, director
n State of Israel Bonds for the
G t't Miami area, announced.]
James A. Albert, chairman, who.
. spearheading this week's intcn-
npaign for the Miami com-
i n 11 n i t ^ <"ec!ared. "Israel Bonds
have 'ii a dominant factor i'i
ts of Israel's economic ad- J
vaneement. Since its Inception in
1951. the Israel Bond drive has
provided almost $1.9 billion !u In-
vestment capital."
\\ don't know where the two
i iol dollar will come from." I
A. :t said, "but we expecl
t.....ach our goal by the last week
ol June, I am sure that .very per-
son who has cer purchase.I an
i. Bond In the past will want
la share in the hntenmg of the
r\> .I bitiion dollar <'ny.
"We received the urgent cable
from Pinchas Sapir, Is^-iel's Min-
ister of Finance, urging the leader-
ship in each commnnitv across thi
country to excel in their efforts to
sell $85 million in bond- by the
end of the month. We have set our
local campaign goal at $11 million
by the end of June in order to
n t this request from the S'ate
ol Israel," Mr. Alpcrt explain.-d.
The accelerated flow of Israel
Bond development funds is of vi-
tal importance to Israel now. when
it is faced with the largest wave
o' immigration in any year since
1957.
The Israel Bond chairman re-
irted that approximately 1.5 mil-
lion immigrants from 80 countries
have come to Israel since 1948.
with some 180.000 arriving in the
past live yeare.
Stressing the fact that brae!
must strengthen everv facet of;
its economy to cone with the needs
of increased immigration, Mr. Al-
beit emphasized that Israel Bond
proceeds will be allocated for in-
dustrial expansion to create job;
opportunities for Russian Jews.
Projects dcvclooed with the aid
of Israel BovVs include:
The draining of the lake and
marshes of the Huleh Valley,
which reclaimed ami Improved
some 30.000 acres for agricultural
development,
The construction of the Na
lional Water Project to brine
water to th< Negev. It has helped
irrigate more than 400.000 seres.
The reactivation and expan-
sion of the Dead Sea Works
which now produce more than a
million tons of potash, bromine
and their compounds for exnort.
The construction of A*hfnd
Harbor, the development of the
Port of F.lath and enlargement of
Haifa Harbor to open new and
wider channels of trade through-
out the world.
Expansion of Chemicals and
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Number 25
Action Draws World's Attention
The dramatic action by the international airline pilots
hes had the effect, if nothing else, of focusing worldwide
attention on murder and piracy in the air. There are even
hints that the leading nations are close to agreement on a
line of action to solve the problem.
In those nations particularly the Arab countries
whose foreign policy is based on terror and intimidation,
any agreement which would lead to an end to the hijack-
ing of planes is being strongly resisted. Their aims are
similar to those of plain, ordinary outlaws seeking ransom
dollars, and the community of nations must treat them as
such.
Unless the United Nations can create enforceable sanc-
tions for those who refuse to treat hijackers as the criminals
they are, those who work in the airlines have no alterna-
tive but to protect their own lives, as well as that of pas-
sengers, by refusing to continue air service to the offending
countries.
Guidelines A Sign Of The Times
The signs continue to point toward greater cooperation,
if not exactly merger, of two of America's great Jewish
religious bodies The most recent indication was the con-
vention of the Reform rabbinate which again revealed a
desire for closer relationship with their Conservative col-
leagues. One of the critical areas, however, was postponed
again; this was the question of the rabbinic role in inter-
marriages on which Reform rabbis are divided- The Con-
servative rabbinate takes a strict stand on the issue.
In the meantime, congregants are finding little diffi-
culty getting together in some communities where, because
of financial problems, merger is indicated and has taken
place. One sign of the times is the fact that the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations, parent body cf Ameri-
can Reform Judaism, has issued a set of guidelines for
congregations contemplating such mergers.
It is obvious that the ferment taking place in the Ameri-
can Jewish community at all levels is leading to some
revolutionary change. That the religious institutions are
affected is obvious, but only time will tell how much and
what direction the changes will take.
Emphasis On Education A Plus
South Florida youth will be well-represented in Israel
during the next six or seven weeks, and it is significant
that many of them will be exposed to Jewish education on
a scale hitherto unknown to them.
The Greater Miami Jewish Federation has helped to
underwrite some of the expenses for one group which will
devote more time to study than play. A combination of
both is in store for teens of two Hollywood congregations
one Conservative, the other Reform as well as for a
large contingent from Temple Beth Sholom on Miami Beach.
In addition, arrangements have been made with some
of our local high schools on the quinmester program which
enables students to receive a full term credit for directed
study in Israel- This emphasis on education is a plus both
for Israel and American Jews.
Restoration Slow But Welcome
When the largest and most prestigious Reform syna-
gogue in the world announces that it will conduct Bar and
Bat Mitzvah ceremonies, it comes under the heading of
important news. The custom was abandoned in 1875 by
New York's Temple Emanu-El and while its restoration was
a little slow in comparison with other Reform synagogues
there are only four of almost 700 in the nation which
still do not have Bar Mitzvah the recent action is to be
hailed as another evidence of the desire for more tradi-
tional practice in all our synagogues, although not neces-
sarily orthodoxy.
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
WASHINGTON AnaDly
: here in Washingl >:.
?.: Soviets
-
a^- : atr*: : : indi i ing
that Hanoi's great offens
a i- a.". :. I
The v.-' nee of this l-
letued
"
ind sting
"
THE OBVIOl 3 sons for
war
ion ;hat
has :- "<" n M '-
Hanoi. The frictl >n if course
results from President Nix
port blockade and his aim *1
simultaneous reception in Mos-
cow.
On May 21, Hanoi's party
newspaper published a lownright
hysterical denunciation of Com-
munists who "set national in-
terests above the common in-
terests of the world revolution
(and) serve national selfishness
at the expense of the world
revolution."
TIIIS WAS vitriol aimed
straight at Moscow. On May
26, therefore, Moscow published
and widely broadcast a verbose,
rather lame defense, declaring
the Soviet leaders were quite
right to aim. above all. toward
insuring reliable security for
our country and guarantee-
ing the inviolability of what the
Soviet people are creating."
Moscow's explanations are un-
likely to console Hanoi. They are
also unlikely to console the more
passionate members of the left
in the West.
IT IS NOT surprising that the
two bitterest commentaries on
Moifim- summit meeting
been puhlsh<*d by I. F.
Stone In The New York Review
id N R
ed to com Ine bit-
terness :':. ar apo Jexy in
tlsh Ne States n i
What has happene' nv an-
. i:...... .. : r tty pro-
, iesl ns i ; !'" i'1
teser |
' |ues
value of
ntions
in nt. In th< inl 'Hi-
community, in academic
In the media, among a
. many other brands ol al-
|. ; | experts,
FROM 1965 until Just a few
weeks ago. the ped Hers ol the
conventional wisdom were unan-
imous that the heavens would
fall if the United States "ook
steps to cut off the flow of
vital war supplies to North Viet-
nam, either at Haiphong or etae-
where. Both the Soviets and the
Chinese were regularly portray-
ed as totally unable to tolerate
anything of the sort. The direct
confrontations were the pre-
dicted consequences.
In the outcome, all those end-
lessly repeated warnings and
prec'ictions have turned out to
be as phony as so many $3 bills.
It is no excuse, either, to speak
of the trouble between the So-
viets and China. That trouble
existed in 1965. And in 1965.
the overall balance of power,
the real point the Soviets care
about, was still quite overwhelm-
ingly favorable to the United
States.
IX SIM, there might have
been more racket in Moscow and
Peking if President Johnson had
The Hebrew University's
origins date back to ihe 1880's.
when with the rise of 'he Jew-
ish national movement the need
was felt for a Jewish university
which would serve as a focus
for the scientific and cultural
aspirations of the Jews of Pal-
estine and, at the same time,
provide a center from which the
Jewish people could make their
own specific contributions to
world knowledge.
The founding of such a univer-
sity was also considered a neces-
jta News Editor
sity because many young Jews
were excluded from the univer-
sities of Eastern and Central
Europe.
THK ISSUE was first raised
formally at the first Zionist
Congress in 1897 in Basel. Switz-
erland by Herman Shapira, pro-
fessor of mathematics at Heidel-
berg University. It was raised
again at subsequent Congresses
by Dr. Chaim Wcizmann. Ahad
Ha am. Martin Buber and' Men-
achem Ussishkin.
Finally, in 1918. with sub-
done what President N.v
now done. But by any t.
logic, the practical risks
In 1965 than they wen
I : -.dent Nixon finally to
ton.
The thing d tea not
either. In the lasl -
for example. An;
has been powerfully ;
by manp er estimati -
lit North Vietnam
kind of human sea of mar
ves. These estimati
widely believed. They m
part of the conventional
RECENT events have si
that the manpower
are also as phony a- a S
While President Johns
much less effectively bo
North Vietnam. Hanoi i
uously deployed no less liar
300.000 men and wont
patch-up work. The pa-
brigades were extremely effi -
ient. too.
This time, in contrast,
patch-up brigades were mainly
conspicuous by their almost total
absence. The brigades and rail
lines taken out by the Nixon
bombing are either being most
inadequately replaced, or in
some cases there is no repair at
all.
THERE IS no way to explain
this, either, except to assume
that North Vietnam's alleged
human sea of manpower re-
serves is in fact a nearly empty
barrel.
All this needs thought, since
any country has to worry when
its conventional wisdom is shown
to be wholly erroneous. When
experience shows that experts
a-e total duds, they should be
traded m.
MURRAY ZUCKOFF
stantial sums received from
sian Zionists like the Hovevs
Zion organization in Odessa
It/hak Leib Goldberg, of V i
?"d later of Tel Aviv, the
Hill estate on Mt. Scopus was
purchased. This was to form the
nucleus of the university campus.
The cornerstone was la:
tr>at year. Between then and
1925, when the university nrst
opened its doors, research cen-
ters were established in chem-
istry, microbiology and Jewish
stiu'ies. From the outset, the uni-
vi rsity made its impact on th>>
world's scientific and cultural
communities.
DI'RIXG World War II. *he
university's Meteorological De-
partment prepared weather lata
for the British and Allied fo cei
operating in the Near nnd Mid"
die East, in the Caucasus the
Sudan and. Eritrea. The Dep
men! of Parasitology conducted
courses in war surgery' and tropi-
cal medicine for the Australian
Expeditionary Forces. It sup-
plied anti-tetanus and typhus
serum to the Army Medica.
Corps and supplied 140.000 vials
of the drug to the Polish and
Russian armies.
The Department of Oriental
Studies furnished British Intelli-
gence with interpreters familiar
with all the dialects and Ian-
euages in the area, including
Somalu, Amharic, and Galls for
Continued on Page lt-A
VACATION
Columnist Edward Cohen whose
"Comm-nt" appears weekly '"
Hi* Jewish Floridian, is en a
hriel vacation. His cokunn will
be resumed upon his return.


Fiiday, June 23. 1972
fJenisii fkrvcfe/ir)
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Economic Conference
Topic Of Discussion
The forthcoming Economic Cjn- i
ferenOS in Jerusalem, Israel, to br>
ht Id in May, 1973, in celebration
JACK D. GORDON
(f Israel's 25th anniversary, was
i iscussed at a meeting in Miami
i:iis week according io an an-
nouncement made by Jack D.
Gordon, president of Washington
Federal Savings & Loan Associa-
tion, Miami Beach, who is chair-
~an of the preparatory commit-
tie for the forthcoming confer-
ence.
A select group of Greater Miimi
businessmen attended 'his meet
ing where presentations were made
t y Abraham Sharir, Israeli consul
,'or Economic Affairs for the
Southeast; H. J. Lawler. assistant
peneral manager of Monsanto Tex-
tile Corp.. New York. N.Y.; and Dr.
Ft lix Zandman, president of Viihay
Russian Physician
Enters America
With Teamwork
Dr. Tzilia Glinberg. 25-year-oki
Russian physician who arrived' in
New York with her parents las'
v.eek through the combined efforts
i' three agenc:es. earned her medi-
cal degree at Czcrnovitch and in-
mod in a tuberculosis hospital
"1 The U.S. Attorney General'" of-
I i used its parole authority to
ii Imit the three under ;-. recntly
i'enounced policv. United Hia
Service, the worldwk"? Jewish mi-
. at ion agency, aided in theit
. ive here.
Resettlement assistance and
cesrary guidance and services
: the family's adjustment will be
] rovided by the New York Associa-
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:.inds obtained in the annual Com
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abroad for subcontracts to Israeli
manufacturers, and to arrange for
patent and know how agreements
with Israeli enterorises.
Some 500 U.S. businessmen wil!
receive an invitation from Prime
Minister Golda Meir to attend this
major event where an exhibition
of Israel's industries will also be
on display.
Herzl W. Honor
Education Head
At Temple Zion
Dr.. Gerald Wernick. chairman
of the Education Committee of
Temple Zion. has announced the
appointment of Herzl W. Honor as
educational director.
Mr. Honor, who comes to Tem-
ple Zion with extensive experience
in Jewish education and camping,
will take complete charge of the
educational program. He was edu-
cated at George Williams College,
Chicago, pursued graduate studies
at Dropsie College. Philadelphia,
and the College of Jewish Studies,
Chicago.
Mr. Honor has served as educa-
tional director at Temle Menorah,
Miami Beach, and Temple Judea,
Coral Gables, and comes to Tem-
ple Zion from Temple Fmanu-El.
Mrs. Lillian Cowen, president of the Resident's Council of
Douglas Gardens, Miami's Jewish Home for the Aged, pre-
sents a check for $1,200 to Harry A. (Hap) Levy, (loft) 1972
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Leadership Retreat Held
To Plan Next Campaign
JJj^eerinc Committee of the Greater Miami Jtwaeh. h\ -
.rauons 1072 Combined .Jewish Ap(>eal-Israel Emerg. ncy Fund
i.IA-IEF. campaign and Federations Executive Comm te
KM recently for a leadership retreat at the Ocean R.-el Chlb in
ivy Largo.
Some .V) arsons attended the retreat, which was in sew.on
from Thursday through Sunday.
This was ihe first intensive evaluation and planning Haraon
a CJA-IEF campaign." said Harry A. illapi Levy. 1972 CJA-
IEF --ampaign chairman. -Most of the people who made the 1972
campaign the most successful in Fec'eration's history wore thre,"
Mr, Lew cnntiued. "The sessions were productive and this type
of retreat u ill he a yearly event."
According to Robert Russell, president of the Greater Miami
je-,i lsh F leration. the participants working with background
: tateria!s and statistical data, delved into all segments of our
i npalgn effort: structure, campaign leadership, methodology
and development of new gifts.
"We've looked at and learned from 1972's w.-ak I eas
*** "ith an eye to making the 197.5 CJA-IEF
npaign mirror this year's impact." Mr. Russell said.
The statistical data studied reflected the CJA-IEF cam-
paigns from 19G9 through 1972 an,' included breakdowns of the
current campaign on a month-to-month basis. The retreat agenda
a so included sessions on campaigning methodology and results
from other major Jewish communities.
.JFCS Names
Arnold Stern
New President
Arnold J. Stern was elected
president of the Jewish Family
and Children's Service for the year
1972-73 at a meeting of the board
of directors held reeentlv at the
home of Mr. and Mis. Walter S.
Falk.
Other officers elected for the
cominc year are Samuel S. Smith
and Mrs. Harold Rand, vice pi-esi-
dents: Walter C. Kovner. secre-
tary, and Mrs. Eugene R. Katz.
treasurer.
A certificate of appreciation
qnd a eift were presented to Dr.
Alan A. Lipton. president 1970 to
7'. in recognition of his 12 yens
of service as psychiatric consult-
ant, and member of the board 01
directors.
Following the business meeting,
'a reception and six'ial hour was
held for the board of directors and
staff.
The JFCS is supported through
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion and I'nited Fund of Dade
County and provides counseling
and child welfare services to the
Jewish community.
Ainslee Ferdie
New Prexv of
r Ttc l t- i .. Temple /am or a
oureau s Making Education Ainsiee Ferdie e^ted
Available When People Are
The Bureau of Jewish Education.
a beneficiary agency of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, has re-
ceived numerous requests for edu-
cational programming for adults
this summer, according to Zvi
Berger. irector of the Bureau.
"We are getting an ncreasin:;
number of calls from women in
our community who have more
free time during the Bummer
months and want to br.ind<*n then
understanding of Israel, the Mid-
t !- situation or Hebrew in a for-
ma! classroom setting." he said.
"In the past, adult proeranv
have ended with the school year
. when many children are away
at summer camp and the women
have the mo" free time, Mr. Ber-
ger aided. "Now we're prepared
to moke education available wner
the people are."
The Bureau will schedule
courses on Israel, the Mideast sit-
uation, Hebrew L'lpans (where
conversational Hebrew Is taught >
and "anything that we ?et a call
for," Mr. Berger said. "The classes
will meet across the county, wher-
ever the need is demonstrated and
participants will help dxide then-
structure and lormat."
Marilyn (Mrs. Harry B> Smith
a member of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation Women's Di-
vision who was one of those whr
suggested the summer program-
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"During the school year, it's
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The Bureau maintains ofti es.
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Jewish War Veterans West Mi-
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Wednesday, July 5. the post and
auxiliary have scheduled a iiee
Hall party at the V'.A. Hospital
at 7 p.m.
Ralph Stern of the post, and
Jerri Bartlett of the auxiliary
serve as hospital chairmen.
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Herman Douglass, rice presidents.
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June 11. at the temple. A cocktail
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Chairmen of the affair wen)
Mrs. Dorothy Greenberg, Sister-
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+Jewisti Flcrid/lar)
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letters to the editor
|f;iIT0R.ThpJeu1shFlori This last horrible massaciv by enJ>'mt>nt to the accomplishment' have been trying through tli->lo-
Iterrorists at the Tel Aviv ain>or't I a '1,urd,'r coulc'' be committed | matic channels to talk Israel Into
Lay again direct the world'*" at-1 by. !hoso *"* Pwved their
in an orgy which
the dominant Arab leaders. Wnilc
ilv entire dvilized world expressed
ihocfi at tnu uns|>eakabl<> crime.
Hi, reaction in Arab countries was
that ol enjoyment and celebration.
hailing it as a great victory against
the Jewish state.
Nol only the uneducated Denote This i;
who danced around in tabulation
bui the officials and responsible
rulers of these countries praised
ihi- barbaric massacre as a he'-oic
d>v The prime minister of Rtrypt
piiid honiae;>' to this slaughter
rhich, according to him, pr.ived
th<' inferiority of the Jews. "Vic-
ton" they loudly cried, because
they had succeeded in murdering
Christians who Innocently nad
co.ii" on a pilgrimage to the Holy
Land.
These Arab rulers a.V poten-
tate* showed themselves in (heir
Utliest form. Since Nasser's de-
mise then- have been dinlomat1--
who have been trying to establish
countries, 17
dance tobether
KMfMthem.
Their happiness that Puerto Ri-
cans were killed in an ambush by
a few Japanese terrorists brought
out the human animal in them,
their vengeance for the
creation of the Jewish state, to
kill innocent people. This i-. tlv
logic of the Arab leaders with
whom the "progressives" are ex-
pecting to make peace, to whom
the Jews should give back the ter-
ritories conquered at groat sacri-
fice during the six-c'ay war, and to
whom the iwpulated areas of the
Jewish Slat'.- should be exposed.
One can visualize easier now,
after witnessing this demonstra-
tive jubiliation, how happy these
Arabs would be if they could mur-
der a whole city of Jews or
wipe out the whole Jewish state. If
the killing of these Puerto Ricans
Arab countries as a part of the was ,he ca"*P of so m"ch ha?^
civilized world. Availing themselves
of tlv publicity media, they Dosed
on the international scene as ir
ihi-y were grown men, hut inH..-cd
thej were onlv masqueraJing heir
trtir personalities.
In reality, the Arabs almost led
the Jews to believe that thev ha'
Changed In nature. Presiilent S'idal
ol K -vpt has been making certain
talk statements about hi*
rou it is crysi tl clear that this
II is chvstal elpar thai tiii-
1 a trio. Those who are
ness and enjoyment, what wouki
they do with Jewish children fall-
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can sink to such depravity at the
""I'll of h'ood?
RDITOR, The Jewish meridian
On behalf of the Hebrew Acad-
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for the honor that you best iweti
upon me
I had not dared to hope that I
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award, and it came as a very won-
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life's work, and this early recog-
nition of my efforts will always
serve as an inspiration.
Thank you again.
'-'- il the only Jewish itate were
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merits which would not h*
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ton on.
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Friday. June 23, 1972
JDC Programs Aid Needy Jews In 25 Countries
Reflecting the increased needs
in Israel in 1971. the Joint Distri- i
button Committee allocated over
42'; of its resources to aid 103.000 \
persons in that country, Samuel L. I
Haber. JDC executive vice chair-
man, reported this week.
In his annual report for 1971, j
Mr. Haber also disclosed that JDC |
aided 163,000 Jews in both Eastern |
and Western Europe. 44,000 in I
North Africa, Iran and aother |
Moslem countries, and about i
10.000 in other areas such as Aus- ,
tralia. China, India and South I
America. In all. the health, wel- !
fare, rehabilitation, education and
cultural and religious programs of j
the JDC aided some 320.000 needy
Jews in 25 countries around the |
world.
In Miami, the Greater Miami '
Jewish Federation'* Combined ,
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergen-
cy Fund campaign supports slm- <
liar services and agencies.
DougluN Gardens, the Jewish
Mom. for the Aged, is a hene- i
ficiary -*f the CJA-IEF as is the
Jewish Vocational Service and
the Jewish Family & Children's
Service.
The Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion 'which has offices, classrooms
and a 15,000 volume library in the
Federation building, 4200 Biscayne
Blvd. I is involved in educational,
cultural and religious program-
ming. The Community Chaplaincy
Service, under the direction of
Rabbi Solomon Schiff, serves those
who are not affiliated with a tem-
ple or synagogue.
Altogether, some 38 local and
national agencies will benefit this
year from Miami's CJA-IEF cam-
paign, the most successful in Mi-
ami's history.
The expenditures of the JDC for
the year came to $24,292,000, the
report stated. Since its inception
in 1914 the American Jewish Wel-
fare agency has spent close to
$963 million on a broad range of
humanitarian services in some 75
countries overseas. The bulk of
JDC's funds come from the cam-
paigns of the United Jewish Ap-
peal, Mr. Haber noted.
In an introductory message in
the report. Edward Ginsberg of
Cleveland, Ohio, who was elected
JDC chairman in December 1971.
characterized the JDC as "a
unique humanitarian endeavor."
Jack D. Weiler, chairman of
the JDC National Council, de-
Mayor David Kennedy (left) was the recipient of an award
from Miami's Committee on Ecology and Beautification "for
his dedication to the concept of building a more beautiful
Miami, his abiding interest in our tropical environment, the
conservation of natural resources and saving the ecology."
Committee chairman E. Albert Pallot thanked the mayor
for his support during a recent luncheon meeting attended
by 150 civic leaders and committee members.
clared there is no indication
that Jewish needs are decreas-
ing overseas. "The contrary is
true," he said. "During this past
year, the situation of many Jew-
ish communities and individual
Jews In several countries has
deteriorated, due to political and
economic developments."
Mr. Weiler added that the best
way the National Council mem-
bers can help the JDC is to
strengthen their federation and
welfare fund campaigns, which
help finance the JDC programs.
Most of the JDC's expenditures
in Israel were made by the JDC/
Malben program, Mr. Haber re-
ported. The figure came to $8,320,-
000 and funded six categories of
services: a?ed care; chronically ill,
handicapped and rehabilitation
services; diagnosis and treatment
of handicapped children; mental
health services; socio-medical pro-
grams, and manpower develop-
ment. Some $900,000 went to aid
religious schools; $1.3 million went
to help finance ORTs vocational
training program in Israel.
Approximately 8,000 persons
were assisted by directly operated
JDC/Malben programs, including
six homes accommodating close
to 2.200 residents, a 100-bed hospi-
tal for the chronically ill and for
rehabilitation, dental and medical
facilities for newcomers and extra-
mural services for non-institution-
alized elderly people.
Another area of increasing con-
cern for JDC. Mr. Haber said, is
care of handicapped children. Dur-
ing 1971 JDC continued to provide
funds and professional guidance
for programs on behalf of deaf
and hard-of-hearing children, cere-
bral palsy victims, those suffering
from neuromuseular disorders and
mentallv retarded children.
Continuing its traditional sup-
port of cultural and religious
institutions in Israel, Mr. Haber
reported, the JDC gave financial
assistance to 145 yeshivoth with
an enrollment of 19,600 students
in 1971. JDC also gave relief
grants to refugee rabbis and
provided subsidies for research
and publication projects, teacher
training and fellowships. Some
8,000 students also received vo-
cational training In JDC-sup-
ported ORT schools in addition
to their regular yeshiva studies.
About 75% ($1,525,000) of the
JDC funds allocated in 1971 for
assistance programs in seven coun-
tries in Western Europe was spent
in France. Mr. Haber reported.
"Were it not for the substantial
influx of immigrants from Algeria.
Morocco and Tunisia in the past
decade, the French Jewish com-
munity would undoubtedly have
been financially self-supporting by
this time," he said. "As it is, JDC
has been able to reduce its finan-
cial involvement in France as a
result of a significant increase in
local fund raising."
JDC programs in France include
cash grants to over 3.900 needy
persons, about half of them new-
comers from North Africa, a ko-
sher canteen, socio-medical pro-
gram, child care and support for
Jewish day schools and ORT vo-
cational training schools. Alto-
gether, Mr. Haber said, JDC-sup-
ported programs in France aided
about 56.000 persons, slightly over
109} of the country's Jewish popu-
lation.
In Eastern Europe the bulk of
the JDC program is concentrated
in Rumania, according to the re-
port. About 100,000 Jews remain
in that country, most of them
aged, sick and destitute. JDC ex-
penditures for Rumania amounted
to $1,50.000 in 1971 and aided some
17.400 needy Jews. The programs
included cash grants, food pack-
ages and clothing allotments to
5.700 of the neediest. Another
group of 3,750 received food pack-
ages and clothing and a third
group of 1,800 marginal earners
benefited from the clothing dis-
tributions. In addition, all received
winter relief and Passover assist-
ance.
In neighboring Yugoslavia.
JDC" programs helped about 800
of the 7,000 Jews remaining in
that country. Elsewhere in East-
ern Enrot>e. Mr. Haber reported.
JDC spent $2,260,000 in cash as-
sistance or relief In kind, uiiiini;
approximately 80,000 person*
during the year.
Of the 650,000 Jews who lived
in the Arab and Moslem countries
along the southern shores of the
Mediterranean before World War
II, no more than 50,000 remain,
Mr. Haber said, and of these near-
ly 21,000 are beneficiaries of vari-
J out JDC-supported programs
In Libya, the Jewish community
has virtually disappeared, Mr.
Haber noted, and barely 1,700 re-
main in Egypt and Algeria. In Mo-
] rocco and Tunisia also the Jewish
| population continues to decline,
numbering 45,000 at the end of
1971. Of the 35,000 Jews remain-
ing in Morocco, 15,000 are aide)
by the JDC. Another 4,600 are as-
sisted in Tunisia. The 3,500 Jews
in Iraq in 1971 were subject to
continuous harassment, persecu.
tion and danger, he said.
In the Middle East approximate-
ly 20,000 of the Iranian Jewish
population of 75,000 are aided by
JDC.
Most of the $3,810,000 spent in
the Arab and Moslem countries
went for education and care o(
children and young people. Mr.
Haber pointed out. The JDC also
I subsidized welfare and medical
services, homes and programs for
the aged and summer camps and
I youth activities.
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Annual Meeting Set Black-Jewish Relations At Low Ebb
Sunday At Academy
Officers, directors and trustees
of the Greater Miami Hebrew
Academy for the 1972-73 academic
vear will be elected Sunday morn-
ing at the Miami Beach school's
annual membership meeting. The
educational institution serves th>'
entire Jewish community of Dade
County and had a record enroll-
ment of 808 students during the
past year.
I. H. Abrams. Miami Beach real
estate and building executive, is
chairman of the nominating com-
mittee. Mr. Abrams, a directo: of
the Hebrew Academy played a
key role in the construction of thr
new junior and senior high school
building named in memory of the
lat> Julius J. Rosen. The 10 a.m.
Sunday meeting will be held in
the dining hall auditorium.
Irving Firtel, Miami B^ach at-
torney and president of the He-
br.w Academy, and Rabbi Alex-
ander S. Gross, principal, will sum-
arize accomplishments of the past
12 months and plans for the
school's future.
Other committee reports will
Include summaries by campaign
chairman Loirs Merwitzor. exeeu-
i committee chairman Herman
L. Shaw, admissions chairman Os-
ca Mamber. senior vice preslc'en'
1 Reinbard and associate
. I chairman Oscar Schapl "o
Mr, Firtel sal*' the now Ros-
ing, wWch also will house th*
. an i Margaret Weishaus Hi**
I for Girls, will be in full
operation for the fall term.
Preliminary registration for all
grades is already under way at the
Hi'brew Acad.-my, 2400 Pine Tree |
Dr. The largest Hebrew day school
In the south, it is affiliated with '
the South Dade Hebrew Academy '
and the Louis Merwitzer Mesivta
High School lor Boys.
Annual summer day camp >non-
sored by the Hebrew Academy is
being conducted on the school
grounds, and at off-campus sites
for athletic activities.
Four Freedoms Manor, a M'imi
Beach nursing home, has donated
the use of the swimming pool at
the President Madison Hotel for
the summer campers. A limited
number of openings for campers
remains, according to camp direc-
tor Joseph Ackner.
Continued from Page 1-A
*;ors between the two communi-
ties."
Mr. Miller noted .1 parallel
emergence of intense ethnic
ii'viir^nes in urth the bluett unit
Jewish communities which ex-
acerbates the polarization be-
tween them. Bla-k nationalism
iind black sepuriitlvenrss is fed
by the notion that many demo-
cratic institutions those which
reward Jew* and other whites
are an obstacle to black advance-
ment and must be radically re-
formed or destroyed.
"The reaction in the Jewish
community has been refleote- in
the rise of Meir Kahane and the
Jewi.-h Defense League," he raid.
''A quasi-nationalistic philoso-
phy has been adopted by some
rabbis and other Jewish leaders
who have asserted that :t is time
Jews looked after their own in-
terests and that Jews can no
longe: to be the astodian of the
problems o," t". grou.,^.
While it is legitimate for Jews
to f'esir" a so Mai hist ice not
achieved at the expense of Je*rs,
Mr. Miller said, he warned that
nationalism, looking inward, es-
tablishing group pride and group
survival must lead to breed-
ing in-group spirit and xeno-
phobia tow-arc's out-groups. "This
process has become part of the
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has led to both groups per-
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By KABBI MORKIS A. KITPER
Temple Judea, Coral Gabl<-
The story of "Balak" and "Ba-
aam" which api>cars in Numbers
'hapter 2. and following, is an in-
teresting inter-
lude in our Tor-
ali which sheds
great light or
conto mporary
times. We read
in Chapter 25:1
"While Israel
was staying at
Shittim the peo-
ple profaned
themselves by
whoring with
Moabito women
who :nvited the
eoplc to the sacrifices for '.heii
Sod. Tin people partook of them
and worship]x-d that Go ... and
Iv Lord was incensed with Israel."
Repeatedly we see th.> theme ir.
ur Tanach that God is incensed
vith assimilation piactiees and is
?een as punishing the people for
iot remaining authentic, genuine
Tews. In the episodes of Moses.
howevfer, the "ringleaders" are
often faulted for luring the p.'oplo
nto .assimilation. This givi's us
real insight for contermwrary
im> s.
It is somewhat sacrilegious t<>
ay the blame of assimilation upon
'he shoulders of our community
eadcrs. Yet this Ls precisely what
we find in the various episodes a?
elated in the lasi four liooks of
ihe Torah. The message comes
Through ioud and clear that neither
Moses nor the leadership should
.lame the nopulance if they an:
tared to the majority cultures sur-
oundlng them. Rather, the blame
s to be laid at the feet of the lead-
r&hip who fail to hold the peonle
trongly committed to their God
and their own people.
If we are to follow in the tradt-
ion of the Torah, then, should we
eot look to the rabbis and comniun-
ty lay leaders tor the alannini?
iigh rate of assimilation' Can we
lame the young peson who
vhooses to cast off his Judaism
.hen he has been given nothing
i ho!', on to within the Jewish
Are our religious schx>ls under
he conscientious guidance of rab-
i- doing such an effective job that
.c .should feel so chagrined when
. oung people.turn against or away
iiom us? Aside from the day school
products, how many of our reli-
gious school graduates walk awav
.ith a commitment undergirde^
.ith a strong knowledge of their
wn heritage? In realitv are they
".arc of what they are castinv
If or are they simply .snoring a
hollow experience of what is er-
roneously called religious "educa-
tion?"
In defense of the Jewish leader-
ship one must state that under the
esent conditions everyone is rcn-
lered relatively impotent, for we
K vainly attempting to utilize
the synagogue transplant from
.arope as an effective means of
ransmilting our heritage to our
oung.
What e'eryope seems to forest
n that the synagogue never as-
sumed s'ich a heavy responsibility
l the 2Vlfl ven'-s of the institu-
tion of the synagogue. Rather, this
ancient institution was the ->lace
to which Jews came to express
their commitment and. loyalty and
love to their heritage. It was a
well to which Jews came to drink
most willingly and lovingly.
To be honest, that no longer is
the case with the synagogue and
so both rabbinic leaders and lav
leaders jit and wring their hands'
over the paltrv conditions.
What is needed is the recognition
j by both rabbinic and lay leaders
| of a need for new types of institu-
. turns to take into account the pres-
I ent existing conditions. The one
. hold-over from our past, which
I creates a ready need is that al'
J Jewish families still view Jewish
education as the top of their pri-
ority list. Could we not resurree'
Jewish education, then, if we took I
this need and as an organized com-'
munity, began to build new insti-i
tut ions which would then feed
commit ted Jews into ..ynagogue
life?
Imagine, if you will, a camp-1
type campus somewhere in mid-J
state Florida where every Jewish |
high school school student would j
attend for one quinmester per year
high school accredited courses in I
the field of Judaica. Imagine if
you will, a similar extension in
Israel in connection with an Eng-
lish speaking high s~hool with af-
filiate dormitory facilities and su-
pervision to hundreds of America!,
youth to attend every quinmester.
Such ideas evoke response of
excitement, yet such dreams will
not become reality unites our Jew-'
ish leadership is prepared to lead
us. The costs are minimal next to
what our Jewish community each
year raises in funds. As in the
story of "Balak" we must ask the
question, "How many will suffer
from the plague of assimilation be-
fore our leadership will turn the
tk'e with the shaping of new in-
stitutions, so that our eternal peo-
ple will remain eternal?"
When we begin to act, then the
svnagogue and its people will bene-
fit.
Outstanding Students At
Beth Moshe Receive Award
Howard Breitbart and Davi<'
Sedacca received the Outstanding
Student Award for the 1971-72
school year at the closing assembly
which took place at Temple Both.
Moshe.
Honor certificate" were also
awarded to Elizabeth Pa.vHack,
Mark Pavilack. Gerri Faber. Bon-
nie Segnl. Sari and Steven Mitch-
ell, Fred'ie Faber. Brad Besner.
Suzanne Borofsky. Laura Fechter.
Howard Udell, David Weinthal.
Bradley and Gena Osman, Jay
Smith. Traci Weiss. Steven Breit-
bart, Gregg DeGirolamo and Jill
Gordon.
By RABBI SAM! EL J. FOX
Why do some people kiss the
Tzltzibh at the Talith when re-
citing a certain portion ol the
"Sheiim?"
Rabbi Moses Isserle* exp!ain>-
that this is done to exhibit one's
"love" for the Mitzvah. The wor-
shipper thus indicates that he ob-
serves the commandment by wear-
ing the fringes called 7'zitzith be-
cause he loves to obey God's com-
mandments.
Tin same is true for other
symbols like the Tfilin and the
Mezuzah which the Jew also treats
.n this way. Rabbi Joseph Karo
mentioned that some people makt
it their business to look upon the
IVitzith because the Bible states
"and you shall see them" when
speaking about the T/izith.
This is an expression of the
fact that one is concentrating on
them because he finds it desirable
to obey the command of the Al-
mighty. This adds a dimension ol
interest and love to the perform-
ance of the duties of a .lew.
Why L* it that the Slst Prov-
erb is chanted in the home Fri-
day night before the recital ot
Ki.ldii-.lr.'
This is the chapter in Proverbs
where Solomon extols the virtue
of the "Woman of Valor." Some
contend that this is used in the
home to extol the virtues of the
housewife who prepared the Sab-
bath in the home. This lenr's the
spirit of love and peace in the
home which is the proper aunos-
phere for the Sabbath.
Others claim that King Solo-
mon's "Woman of Valor" was
really the manifestation of the
divine presence often called the
"Shechinah." a feminine noun in-
dicating the dwelling of the d.vine
presence.
According to the Kabbalists who
advanced this theory, one might
very well be welcoming the divine
presence of the Almighty into his
home, which on the Sabbath is
permeated with the feeling of God's
nearness. Thus, a special spirit
prevails in the Jewish home on the
Sabbath.
This woiuY. match the conten-
tion of the mystics who claim that
angels accompany every man on
his way home from the synagogue
to his Sabbath table.
(c), 1!>72, Jewish Teletrraphlc Aiceney)
* H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. t*S SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Aron Ben *ror. 1
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ava.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pafcowlu 2
ICThVAM iTEMPLCl. 5950 N. Kei-
dall~07.57 MiarrTT. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard S
Friday 8:80 p.m. Barmon topic: "Rell-
Bion ami Politics -- Can They B
InleRratod?"
BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Awe.
Conaervative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. L>oao *
Saturday 9 a.m liar Mitt van: On-eie.
wm of Mr. ami Mr.-. Carl Wasaer-
man.
BETH EL. 500 SW 1/to Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi H. Rothman 5
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave. I
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro, Cantor Leon Segal.
SETH TOV Cemple). 6438 SW 8th I
6t. Conservative. Cantor Seymour
Minkee B ;
Friday **:i" p.m Saturday '* :i nv Bar I
Mitzvah: Frank, sun of Mr. and Mrs. i
Milton Abrams.
.Mitzvah: Stephen I'.'rni.r. son of Mr
and Mrs. Jordan Halm.
NER TAMIU (lempio). SOth St and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Ed.
ward Klein. 29
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonlta Or
OrtHodaa. Rabbi P lineal Weber,
man. 30
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SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. ij
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sad- Nanmlat. 31
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. ^b*^
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avronom
Groner jj
NORTH BAV VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 :9th Street Cause-
way, North Bay Village. Conserva.
live. Rabhl Philip Fried. S2-A
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (Temple>. 102J
NE Miami Gardens Dr. Conserva.
tive. Rabbi Milton Schlintky. Can.
tor Nathaniel S. bub u
BETH TORAH. NE 1fi4th St. at 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip
chit/. Cantor Jacob Remer. 34
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel
Cantor Jack Lerner. 34
ISRAEL (Tempiej OF GREATER
Miami. 137 NE 19th Street. Heform.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 10
ISRAELITE CENTER S175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Paul J.
Bender. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
Friday 6:30 p.m. S:iturda> 8:4fi :< "
Sermon: "How An- We Affected By
Curses'.'*'
OR OLOM (Temple) 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph ,
Glixman. 13 1
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conaervative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein. 14 !
Saturday 9 a.m. Itar Mitzv.ib: Steven,
son of Mr. a'nd Mrs. Bert Fisher.
BIMAI (Temple) o* NORTH DADE
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor Irving
Shulkes. 37
SKY LA'.tE SYNAGOGUE. 18W NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
C.-.plar 38
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YOUNG ISRAEL. OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St Orthoaoi
Rabbi Naftali Porush 39
?0RAl GABIES
JUOEA (Temple). 5500 Granada Blvd.
Relorm. Rabbi Morris Kipper 40
ZION (Temple) 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
16
Friday 8:.T"> p.m Sermon topic: "A
Dire Need Hat Mitzvah: Mimi Ener-
fold, Saturday a ni. Sermon topic:
"A Happen I njf." Bar mitzvah: Mar-
shall Cannon.
HSALEAH
TIFERETH JACOB ,'Temple). 951 E. '
4th Ave. Conserva; ve. Rabbi Na-
than Zolondek. 15
Friday 8:16 p.m. Bermon topic: "The
Spirit or faith" followed by DneK I
Shabbat hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Hub- I
ert Praia, Saturday 9:30 a in. r.ar
Mitzvah: Kirk, sun of Mr. and Mrs.
Itoberl Praia,
NORTH MiAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Joseph Gorlinkel, Cantor Ben
Zion Kirachenbaum. (5
Miami beach
AQUOATH ISRAEL, 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. 17
ZAMORA (Temple) 4 Zamora Ave.
Conservativa. Rabbi Maxwell Berg.
er. 41
SURFSI0E
MOOAN DAVID CONGREGATION
9293 Harding Ave.. Surfside. Town
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D. Vine.
60
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BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 547 E. Oak-
land Park Blvd. Rabbi Akiva Bril-
liant Cantor Maurice Neo. 41
FT. LAUDERDALE
EMANU-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Park
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur J. Ab-
rams. Cantor Jerome Klement 48
P0MPAN0 BEACH
SHOLOM (Temple). 132 SE 11th Ave.
Conservative. Raobi .viorns A. Sxop.
Cantor Ernest Schreiber. 46
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER. 6101
NW 9th St.
HAUANDAlf
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
Rabbi Max J. Weitz. Cantor Rev.
Jacob Danziger. 126 N.E. 1st Ave.
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40tn St. Orthodox j
Rabbi Borel Wei u
Buchmonn In Race For Judge
South Miami attorney Georae A.
Buchmann has annotinci"! his ran- !
didacy for the Circuit Court Seat '
9 being vacated by Junge Honry .
Balaban. Mr. Buchmann, 52, if \
nresulont-eleet of the South Miami
Chamber of Commerce and a |
maena cum lande (rrac'iiate of tht '
ITnhwnttv of Miami Law School. Bry/ J/omoviz
. ;., 1.11; ar.
r^abbinical June .>.-, Cli. 4. 8:.".0 am. The Klrsl Kslale
1 Repeated on Ch 2. 6:30 p.m.i
Host: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Topis: "Black Theology"
Gin it: [rvin Blligan Jr.
Jane :.-> Ch. !0 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Flour
Host: R.ebbi Tibor H. Stern, Jacob C. Cohen
Community Svnagogue
June ?.') Ch. 7. 10 a.m. The StiH Small Voice
Host: Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz, Beth Torah
Congregation
Topic: "Judaism and Mourning"
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Beth Torah
Presents First
Menorah Award
Beth Torah Congregation
awarded its first Girl Scout Me-
norah Award to Beryl Slomovitz at
services Satur-
day morning,
June 10
The 'Menorah
Awa"d" is the
h i ij h e s t and
m o s t coveted
award given by
the National
Scout Commis-
sion.
Miss Slomo-
vitz's brothers
Albert and Har-
old, rece i ven
their 'Ner Tamid' awards at Beth
Torah in 19G6 and 1968.
Miss Slomovitz worked for four
years under the guidance of Dr
Max A. Lipschitz, spiritual learW
of Beth Torah, studying Jewish
history, customs and ceremonies,
being of service to the synauoguo
and involved in communal activi-
ales.
BETH JACOB. 801 Washington Aye.
tWlr-
Oi hodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T Sv
aky. Cantor Maurice Mamcnea.
19
BETH RAPHAEL (Temph*). 1646
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
BETH SHOLOM ,' Temole). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor David Conviaer. 21
HOUTWSO*
BETH EL (Temple). 13S1 s. 14th Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel sffe. 48
Krlday 8:15 p.m. Hubert W. Oonioii
pat preaiilent. will conduct servico
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BETH SHALOM crempto). 1728 Mon-
roe St. Conservative. Rabbi Marten
Malavaky Cantor Irving Gold. 48
SINAI (Temple). 1201 Johnson St
Conaervative. Rabbi DavtJ Shapiro.
Cantor Vehvda HeilbrsMin. 47
MIRAMAX
Cantor Abraham Koetet 48
ISRAEL (Temple) 6920 SW SSttt St.
Conservative. Rabbi Avram Drum
BETH TFILAM 9J5 Eucllo ve. or. i
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov.
ky. 22
ITH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA-
TION, 843 Meridian Avenue. 22-A
I CUBAN HEBREW CONOREQATION.
1242 Washmaton Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Roaeiicwaig. 23 j
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CUBAN SEPHARDIC HEBREW CON- '
GREGATION, 715 Washington Ave-
MM, Miami Beach. RabU Meir Mas-
liah reclamed 23-A
emanu-EL (Temp*). 1701 Washing.
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
I Leh-man. Cantor Zvi Adler. 24
1 Saturday !i a.m. Sermon topic: "The
! Jeus .Mnvt-ment --Is It A Jewixli
Problem?" in:S0 am Bar .Mitzvah:
Samuel, son of Mr. and Mrs Roberto
SUHi: Andrew, son of .Mr. anil Mrs
William PMedhopfer: BSduitrdo, son of
Mr. and .Mrs. Jose Ava>u.
HEBREW ACAoeiWV. 2400 Pinetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Gross 25
! CONO. AN.NELL*~tBrancn of He.
brew Academy). 7th St. and Mtrid.
Ian *v> Orthodox. Rabbi APrr1--
Ben-Hillel. {i.a,
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington
Ave. Orthodox, Rabbi Tibor K
Stern. Cantor Meyer Engel. 26
j KNESLTH ISRAEL. T41f Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabhi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif. 27
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MENORAH (Temple). 620 75th 8t.
Conservative. Habbi Mayer Abeam- '
owitz. Cantor Nico heldman. 28
Friday 7:88 p.m. Saturday : a m. Har
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Coordinator of the features
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Carol Goblet
Israel Plans
No Punitive
Action: Eban
COPEXHAGKN (JTA)
Foreign Minister Abba Eban of
Israel, who called on Lebanese
authorities to eject Palestinian
guerrillas from their territory,
said that international aviation
communities should take "pre-
ventive action" against a ;>-xs-
aibtc repetition of the May 30
Lyd-.'a Airport massacre.
But the Israeli diplomat hinted
that his country did not plan re-
taliatory action. "It is not the
dogmatic policy of Israel to
carry out punitive expeditions
for each atrocity," !ie said at a
press conference held near the
conclusion of his t.vo-day official
visit here.
According to a report from
Tel Aviv, thousands of Arab
terrorists who fled' from their
bases in Lebanon in fear of Is-
raeli retaliation for the Lydda
massacre, are now returning.
Israeli sources said th?re were
some (.,000 terrorists concen-
trated in Lebanon but immedi-
ately after the Lydda attack
they dispersed to various towns
anc'. villages.


Friday. June 23. 1972
*kisl fkridlkir
Pagell-A

Sees It
NEW YORK, N.Y. Every commencement six'rikor, dis-
covering someone in his audience more tolerant than the rest
finds himself talking to that student as a svmbol. Thus I venture
thi se remarks to a commenccr:
In the old days before the floo\ your sneakers -vould tell
you about the world you are going out into. But amid our cur-
rents or turmoil you are not going out into this world. You arc
already in it. swimming in it, besieged by it, thinking and acting
in it.
Our discontents have multiplied. We are. in Lear's words
"Bound upon a wheel of fire." To the woW "and oui'elves we
have become the unhappy republic. Freud told US that because
of the repressions that civilization carries with it. our discontent*
are built into the structure of civilization itself. Alas, it is no
solace.
v: tV
SEEKING TO BREAK THE BIND, we reach out in several
directions. We try to civilize the civilization further which
only compounds the repressions. We try to quicken the pace and
extend the scope of our revolution- but that, too. compounds
the scars of change, for America is already the most revolution-
ary society in the world. We are running out of resources, out
of money, out of living space, and to quicken the pace of revolu-
tion draws intolerably on each.
We try to go back to our old institutions and to the tradi-
tional ways of life and thought. But I fear there can be no return
to the past, in a civilization as present and future-o-ient,d a-?
OUTS. We try to break through the repressions themselves, t'<
break the bars of the cage, the windows of the houses, to dis-
cover new personal and group freedoms. But we have found thai
this releases the unconscious, and along with the new freedom
there comes an anarchic sense that anything goes.
What makes our situation worse is the feeling of frustration
of which the continuing war has become a symbol. For the war
strikes many of OS as having: been prolonged against the will
of the many by the will of the few, operating without a real
partnership of the executive with Congress.
ft ft ft
Bi;T YOt." MI"ST NOT EXPECT a simplistic unity in public
life, any more than you can achieve it in your own private life.
There are contradictions and polarities in the civilization, as
witness the fact that the same President who has used the
American technology to destroy the Industrial capacity of North
Vietnam and much of the environment is also the President
who has taken bold and unprecedented steps toward -Hiding the
Ice Age with China and Russia, and to limiting nuclear weapons.
Don't hope for a return to a golden age that never was. And
donf accept the current cant that America is a dying civiliza-
tion, like the Roman Empire. Rome died from an exhaustion of
energies, while any death that we die is more likely to come
from an explosion of energies in an overloaded social nervous
system. The Romans had established a Pax Romana over the
world, which gave them a monopoly of world power and "nao>
them rigid. Happily, we have an increasing competition of power
and ideas with other social systems
We have all seen a new mood of quiet work on American
campuses, which augurs well for what may happen in the society
despite the continuing threat of violence. It can become a society
of civility as well as of innovation. There is something astir in
the land which is different from the days of wrath of the late
l%Os but embodies just as firm a resolve. It is the resolve ol
people never again to feel neglected and forgotten, lo take the
choice of leadership and the channeling of change nto then-
own hands, with no violence but no fooling either.
it ft ft
I \M GLAD THAT THE revolutionary currents In our soci-
ety are shifting from the direct assault on authority lo a deeper
concern with values- the basic questions we put to life But
this should not mean a brusque rejection of all the traditional
values by the young.
I heard a graduating student say the other day that one of
the things she had learned at her community college was the
respect for honest, hard-working people."
I trust that your elders will say as generously that they are
learning to accept the genuine effort you and your *"
arc making to discover a less achievemont-onented way of life
ZeTto nature and the natural, following Thoreau's precepts
to t*ke life more slowly and "simplify, simplify.
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Career Hunt
By Special Report
WASHINGTON Experimental
projects in vocational counseling,
including psychological testing of
pie-high school youth and j'.dei '
persons seeking "a second career,' .
were adopted by B'nai B'rith Ca-
reer and Counseling Sorvic at
its annual meeting here,
The RBCCS national commis-
sion, policy bodv for t program
I thai has focused almo-t entirely|
on college and pro-college Jewfoh
youth for 3-1 years, voted a pilot
stud) to test and counsel elemen-
tary Bra' ? students "to see what
the effects a e" in eXDlorint? fhcir
interests and potential abilities.
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eonducted by the Philadelphia re-|
gional office, one of I'll ouns'lin"
centers maintained by the B'nai
j B'rith agency in metropolitan
centers.
Irving Rublns'ein, who wn- re-
elected commission chairman, sa'd
that long-ranc results wil' Ik-,
determined "bv following the prog-;
ress of the initial and subsequent
samniing groups through iheii
schooling and early on-the-job
years.''
Past nrar-'i-e has been to Initi-
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juniors am1' seniors, generally to
coordinate their career interests
With college planning.
"Rut it is likely that many sev-
enth and eighth graders have un-!
realistic self-concepts, often either;
down-grading or nvwra'lne theh ,
latent talents," Mr. Rubinstein
said.
Since high school curricula are
varied, an early awareness of a
youngster's potentials "could offer
working guidelines as to whether
he should be concentrating on
academic, industrial or commer-
cial courses." Mr. Rubinstein said.
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Chukas-Bolok
"And the Lord spoke unto Moses ami unto Aaron, saying.
This is the statute of the Law which the Lord hath commanded
. ." (Chapters X1X-XXII, l>
MURMURING AT MERIBEH: For 38 years the* Israelites
ronmer' through the wilderness and most of the older generation
'end died. In the first month or the 40th year the new generation
returned to Kadosh and Miriam died and was buried there His-
tory repeated itself when the people again murmered for water
and God told Muses and Aaron to speak to the rock from winch
enough water would come to satisfy the thirst of the people In
anger al the people's constant rebelliousness Moses Impatiently
struck the rock twice instead, and water came out. Because they
had not believed and honored God before the people. Moses ind
Ai.ron weir told that they would not be permitted to enter the
Hoi) Lan '. The place was called Meiibah, recalling a similar
incident many years before. There follows the detailed account
of their final march towards Canaan ami ihe conquest of east
Jordan and the Israelites finally encamped on the border.-: of
Moab facing Jerico.
"... And Etalak the son of Zippor saw all thai Israel had
done I" the Amorites ." (Chapters 22:2 to 25:9).
BALAAM'S PROPHECIES: Balak, King of Moab. viewed
with dismay the victory of the Israelites over the Amorites,
and dreading an Invasion of his owr country, made an alliance
with hands of Midianites who had pitched their tents :n nearby
territory. Balak then approached Balaam a heathen ooth-
sayer of Pethoi, on the River Euphrates, who was famous for
the effectiveness of his incantations to curse the Israelites.
The invitation was conveyed in person by elders of Moah and
Midian who brought monetary gifts with them. Bal.tam l-ked
the delegation to stay overnight as he could give no answer un-
til he had consulted God. During the night he was warned not tc
go with them and curse God's people, so he sent the men away.
Thinking that a more tempting offer woulo prove effective.
Balak sent a second delegation, more numerous and of higher
rank, who offered even greater honors and reward. Balaam, ob-
viously motivated by greed, asked them to remain over night so
that he could again seek guidance and this time was given per-
mission to go and speak, but only as Gjd directed him. Repeated
efforts to curse resulted Instead, in words of praise, lor Israel
was "blessed by God and no magic would prevail against them."
On the third attempt. Balaam uttered the words that have he-
come the ojiening verse of our worship service: "Mah to-vi-o-
ho-le-cho ya-a-ko-v How goodly are thy tents, O Jacob, thy
dwelling places, O, Israel."
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Pcge 12 A
*Jewist) fhrSdiiHn
Friday, June 23, 1=72
This Week In History,.,
10 Years Ago Th's Week: 1IH52
The National Community Rela-
tions Advisory Council voiced "deep
ancern and anguish" over the 'dis-
criminatory repressive treatment"
ol Soviet Jews.
The Central Conference of Amer-
ican Rabbis scared the State De-
partment for "failure to protest
more vigorously" the "pere?u-
tion of Jews and Judaism in the
Soviet Union."
For the second time in a rmnth
a Soviet Georgian synagogue was
damaged bv bombs.
Ex-SS Col. Dr. Albe-t F:!b-rt
56. was sentenced in West Berlin
to life imprisonment at lari labor
for helping kill 10.500-vl'is Jews
in Wilna, Grodno an: Vitebsk H
said he wished he had committed
suicide on hi= arrest.
"WASHINGTON Tne U.S.
Supreme Court, in a decision ot
historic invxjrtance r>!ed 'June
251 that daily recital of prayers in
public schools, e'en th-v.iph ron-
compulsory, was unconstitutional.'"
Buenos Aires hoodlums carwl
swastika-- on a 19-vpar-o'-" Jew's
breast and on an 18-yeai-old Jew's
forehead and cheeks.
Jews continued to flee strife-
torn Algeria for France.
Foreign Minister GoMa Meir
said reoorts of an Israe'i-U.S. rifl
were "baseless."
Ex-SS officer Kurt K-x-r.ner. 54
was sentenced in Saarbruioken to
life impri"nment at ,-p.rd 'nN>r
for complicity in the deaths of Ga-
Jician Jews.
The Federat'on or Jwi*h Phi-
lanthropies of New Yo-k s>nnou~"-
ed a $1 million, five-vear federal-
state-city proiect to help d:sabled
persons over 60 get jobs.
"The immigration a-H re^ahi"
tation proeram of the Jewis'->
Agencv for Israel is '"'ne its mot
Murray Zuckoff
(Continued from Page 4-A)
Ethiopia; Kurdish. Cha'd^an,
Turkish and Armenian .'or r. >rth-
em Iraq; and Coptic and Berber
for North Africa. The anti- ma-
larial work by the university
served to reduce greatly the in-
cidence of malaria in Palestine.
THAT practical involvement
in research has continued to the
present, as a number of medial
and technical teams from Is-ael
are working in newly deve'uned
countries especially in Africa.
Most cf these mistioni are
headed or staffed by Hebrew
University personnel.
Recently. Prof. I-aa? C. Mi-
chaelson of the medical school
established a series of eve ."'in-
ic- in several Afri'dn co'.mt'-i^s.
which has resulted in ihe elimi-
nation of certain eye infections.
"But the university continues
its progress in other aroas as
well." note- Samuel P.othberg.
chairman of the boari of gover-
nors of the Hebrew University.
During '.he summer, a new bulM-
ing was di dicated, hotis'n^ the
School of Pharmaceutical Sci-
ences. It will bo"om< a ma'or
component of the fames Hadas-
sah-Hebrew Unlvers'tv Hoa'th
Center on the E:n Kaiv m
campus.
THE TRAINING of young Is-
raeli pharmacists i- invwatiw,
since the average a?e of s"l's
practicing pharmacists is be-
tween 50 and fO yean. Kunat
Holim, the main health i->s-i--
ance program, needs more than
200 pha-macists.
The Hebrew Universitv. in ad-
dition to ha'ing the onlv phar-
macy school in the co'mtry. .i'o
has the only School for Dentistrv
and the only School for Agri-
culture.
To help meet one of Israel
most critical pnMe-m. the
American FrienJ of Hv> Hob-p"-
University hs pcta*,,:e,,~I a *^
million scholarship fund to aid
disadvantaged vou"'\ The fund
will enable the disadvantaged
sector of the no^ii'at'on to tnke
advantage of the universitv's
pre-a"ademic program, now in
Its ]l>h vepr.
(c). 1978, Jewirti Telegraphic Agency)
' crucial test in a decade." officials |
said, noting: "At the 3ame time |
that Israel is trying to put its
: economy on a sound .ind morv ;
^WInipet:tive bas""fnis .ising tide
I of immigration is creating new
Inflationary pressures and new
strains on the country's economic
resources."
Maurice Franks, ex-president of
the South African Board of Jewish
rvputies, died in Johannesburg at
73.
President Kennedy said the
United States had "established and
continued a tradition of friendship
with Israel."
(Prom the tiles of the JTA)
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Rep. Claude Pepper, chairman of the House Crime Commit-
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During their wide-ranging 90-minuie discussion, Mr. Gray
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more to combat organized crime and they agreed to ex-
change information and ideas bo far as is proper, it was
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-Jenitf ncrk0rr
Fridcry. Juno 23. 1972
DATELINE JERUSALEM
By Aims Ben-Vered
Experts Advise Israelis On Housing
I
yyifEX WE ARBIAED here everyone was sure
that our committee would recommend estab-
lishing factories for industrialized housing. Well, we
did not. At least not as the only or even the most
urgent step.'" said Joseph H. Newman, vice president
for Building Research and Technology of the giant
Tishman Realty and Construction Company in New
York.
Mr. Newman, of West Orange. N.J. who oaine
here at the insistence of Jack D. Weiler, New York
realtor and chairman of the Jewish Agency's Com-
mittee on Housing, is also chairman of the Building
Research Advisory Board of the National Academy
of Sciences in the U.S. One of the SUbfsetB the com-
mittee has been dealing with is euphemistically
called "institutional constraints" the web of rules
and regulations spun by bureaucracy around plans.
the nuclei of buildings. Getting disentangled is a
problem in the United States. It is obviously a
greater problem in Israel, where nine ministries and
several local Iwdios have to api>end more than 30
signatures to each plan.
Israel cannot afford and does not need
expensive factories for housing. The relatively small
number of units required makes it necessary that
plants be established that manufacture versatile
products which can be used in many types of build-
ings. These may be plants requiring very low capi-
tal outlays, or that can be amortized at low unit
costs. However, Israel must be prepared for long-
term commitments to make efficient use of the
equipment installed here and to encourage invest-
ment and long-range planning. And the government
and population must realize that in no civilized na-
tion of the world is lower and middle-class housing
being erected without subsidies.
Israelis seem to have a distorted notion of what
is going on in other countries in this respect. In the
United States there are hardly any industrialized
closed systems. There is a small percentage, foi
special needs. It is this which has attracted atten-
tion here, because of the novelty. But the vast.
overwhelming majority is housing built in the con-
ventional way. through using modern methods, con-
cepts, materials and management.
This thinking can be applied in Israel, too, Fot
example, houses need not he square, they can !>
rectangular, and have a corridor leading to the
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Do You Hereby Swear?
Tilt: LEGACY OK SENATOR Joe McCarthy is not
completely spent after all. It is alive and tos ing
around in a recent, significant 4 to 3 ruling of the
Supreme Court.
Chief Justice Burger and three
of his colleagues Jus'ices Harry
A. Blackmun, Byron R. White, and
Potter Stewart have regretta-
bly overruled a three-judge Fed-
eral Court by upholding a gratuit-
ous and unnecessary lo\alty oath,
required of all public employees in
Massachusetts since 1949.
The Bay State oath comes in
two parts, with nothing unusual for openers. An
employee simply has to give assurance that he will
uphold and defend the Constitution. Insecure aLout
such an avowal, the state legislators insisted that
I>cople working for the Commonwealth recite this
additional promise: "I will oppose the overthrow
of the Government of the United States ol America
or of this Commonwealth by force, violence, or by
any illegal or unconstitutional method." To the
ramparts, men and women; our flag is tilting.
It is noteworthy that neither Justices Lewis F.
Powell nor William H. Rchnquist, the two most
recent appointees to the Nixon Court, participated
in this disquieting decision. Who can doubt that if
they had taken part, they would have added thcii
names to the majority opinion? And which of us
dearly loving our life and liberty-giving federal and
state Constitutions.-can fail to be depressed by the
BOOK REVIEW
fact that the dissenters in this important case
Justices William J. Brcnnan Jr., William O. Doug-
las, and Thurgood Marshall -represent a rapidly'
diminishing breed ol guarantors of our sacred
liberties?
The current, mounting roar of disapproval of
America's deeper involvement in the Asian war has
pui Into question the loyalty of some who base
resorted to grotesque and abrasive ways of showing
their objection. Are the) trying to overthrow the
government? What then of some of our most rigid
national lawmakers and military men who, in assert-
ing they love their country and want only to defend
it. seem now to many of us to be endangering the
safety of the land by tempting nuclear war? Can
not one man's loyalty be his brother's flirtation with
national atomic destruction?
Lincoln, addressing Congress in 1848. said tome-
thing which probably would give Justices Burger.
Blackmun. Stewart, and White a real start were
they to recall it now: ""Any people anywhere being
inclined and having the power have the right to
rise up and shake off the existing government, and
form a new one that suits them better. This is a
most valuable, a moit sacred right a right which
we hope ark', believe is to liberate the world. Nor
Ls this right confined to cases in which the whole
of an existing government may choose to exercise
it. Any portion of such people that can may revolu-
tionize and make their own of so much of the terri-
tory as they inhabit."
By Seymour B. Liebman
Books For Varied Tastes
A MEW SHAM I FIRM, E. A. Seeman Publishing
Inc., began auspiciously with Victor I. El.er's
The Pros and Con* in Financial Management for
Professionals and Executive* (gjLO)
and Integrity Is The Issue ($7,981
by the widow (since remarried) of
the late Ro-.H'lt King High.
Eber's book points up the com-
plexities of financial and estate
planning which can b"St be re-
solved by a team consisting of an
accountant, lawyer, insurance pro
and an investment counselor. The
author writes. "No one qualified professional can
serve the many needs of the newly arriving pro-
fessional and executive." Soind advice Ls offered
for those who would lock the barn door before the
horse is stolen.
Faith High Barneby's book title should neither
impress nor disillusion potential readers. There is
no integrity in ixilitics since "integrity" is an abso-
lute and it cannot be divided into degrees. Th.; ac-
ceptance of money and services from those who aid
one's political campaigns creates Indebtednesses
which can subconscious-*}' influence the recipient1*
judgment. The book's value is not in the placing of
a halo on the late mayor's head. It is the picture of
a loving wife whose husband had been bitten by the
bug of political adventuring and who had been
raised from comparative obscurity by chance and
the helping hand of the greatly revered Abe
Aronovitz.
On iinii.Wm by Martin Ruber, edited by Nahum
N. Glatzer (Schocken Books, $2.93), is a collection
of addresses made by one of modern Jewry's great
philosophers. Eight ware delivered between 1909
and 1918 and four between 1939 and 1951. The
thoughts of great men do-not diminish with the
passing of time. Buber's thoughts are relevant to
young and old.
The French left-wing journalist Regis Debray.
who achieved notoriety in Bolivia with Che Gue-
vera, produced The Chilean Revolution (Pantheon
Books, $6.931 which : composed of an introductory
essay, verbatim conversations with Salvador Al-
lende. after his election, and a postscript by the
Cnilean president. The essay is a leftist] analysis
of some historical incidents and the comcrsalion-
are suffused with self-serving declarations. The
book is im[K>rtant for political scientists and Lathi
Americanists, however.
Net Net by Isadora Barmash (The Macmillan
Co.. $.3.95 Ls a novel about the trials, tribulations,
Vicissitudes, and hanky-panky of a tyro in the
growth and experiences of a discount store mer-
chant.
R. B. Y. Scott, a tormer professor of religion at
Princeton University, has provided a lucid account
of the content, historical background and relevance
of the Wisdom Literature in the Hebrew Scriptures,
improperly called the Old Testament by many
Christians. The book, The Way Of Wisdom (Mac-
millan Co.. $7.93, paperback by-Collier" $2.981 in-
cludes references to the Apocrypha. The uathor adds
much to our knowledge.
apartment doors (in Israel there are two or at
most three doors on each floor; if more apertmonts
are built in the same house, staircases and entrances
are added). Nor are balconies needed in towns; air
conditioning is becoming less expensive by the year,
, and washing machines should be taxed low enough
for the average Israeli to be able to afford one
with a dryer. It is the builders who should, in a
way, educate the inhabitants of the new houses
toward modern living.
However, basic problems must be considered,
problems which overseas communities rarely
experience. For example, there is no trained cadre
of middle management in the building industry in
Israel. There is no integrated planning- a whole
neighborhood can spring up and then suddenly the
roads which have been paved will be torn up again
because telephone lines have not yet been laid. The
Whole question of taxes and dues must be re-exam-
ined; by imposing them as they are, the government
is in many ways defeating its own end. Imported
materials must i>e comi etitive with Israeli materials,
at least until the local supply can meet demand.
(c), l78. Jewli* Telegraphic Act ncy)
ISRAEL NEWSLETTER
By Carl Alperl
I
Internal Immigration
I- THERE is DISCRIMINATION of any kind in
Israel, it is discrimination against families with
many children. Thus maintains a new organization
which has just been established
here to promote the interests
rights and privileges of large fami-
lies.
This is not a question or Ash-
kenazi difference. It Is a matter
of s,tuple arithmetic, they say.
There is no justification for the
fact that a family with 10 chil-
dren .f it wants to keep the
youngsters and their clothing clean, has to pay four
times more for its water bill than a family with only
two children. As a general rule the largo family is
less able to pay the extra costs, not only for water
but also for taxes on the washing machine, refrig-
erator, electricity, etc.
Ten per cent of Israel's families rear 40 ; ol
th-.- nation's children. There are 100.000 families with
four or more children, and they have now organized
to exercise their influence in the political arena.
They feel that while the government is always
ready to applaud the virtue ol the large family,
which is contributing to the national welfare, it is
not so quick to provide tangible encouragement or
assistance.
Everyone favors immigration, they say, to help
make the country strong and prosperous, ; nd every-
one i- asked to contribute to the limit to meet the
costs. Yet for a far smaller expenditure we can in-
crease the population with people who do not have
special integration problems and who do not threaten
to leave it they don't get privileges, If a fraction of
what Israel spends on keeping immigrants happy
were to be spent on providing education for local
children, housing for big families, and financial as-
sistance to prolific mothers we would build a
stronger country. Furthermore, the movement lead-
ers hasten to add, this would then be a country far
better equipped to receive and absorb the immi-
grants who Wish to come.
The new organization, which calls itself the
Hebrew equivalent of PROKF (Privileges and Right-;
of Fruitful Families) does not ask for charity or
handouts. It maintains that the large family is
performing a national service and is therefore en-
titled to special aid and assistance. Such aid can
take the form of subsidized education, cultural and
social privileges discounts on public transportation,
tax reductions, iarge apartments, etc. The govern-
ment should sp,. to it tnat tho moth^,. of a Iarge
family should get a paid, restful vacation and social
security benefits no less than a working woman.
To achieve their end the leaders of PROFF
are beginning a campaign to change the public im-
age of the big family. It should not be a subject of
joke or ridicule. Parents of many children should
have special status and prestige. They should be
given national honor.
And so, while most other countries of the world
an- concerned with the population explosion, and
talk about "family planning," the Israelis are
launching a great national campaign to encourage
what has long been known in Zionist history as
"internal immigration."


Friday, June 23. 1972
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r. 16-23-30 7'7
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, undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of .MAUS DRAPERY UPHOLSTERY
INTERIORS at 1234 X.K. 163 Street,
North Miami Beach, Ma. intend.* to
register .--aid name with the Clerk of
Hi.- Circuit Couit of Dade County
Klorida.
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David K Stone
STONE & SOSTCHIN'
Attorney for William Mars
!"! N.W. 12th Avenue
Miami, Florida
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the undersigned, desiring to engage
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of OEROXIMO'8 COIN WASH & MKY
1 LEAKERS NO. 1 at 55 S.W Sih
Sii. 1, Homestead, Florida intends
10 register said name with the Clerk
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Sol,- owner
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To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Denuuios Against Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
i" present any claims anil demands
winch you may have against the es-
late MAltTHA P. BEBER deceased
late it Dade County, Florida, to the
Count) Judges of Dade County, and
file Mie same in iluph. ate and as pro-
vided in Section 7:i3.1 ;. Florida Stat-
nte, in tneir offices in the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
'I'l'iin six calendar months from the
lime 01 the first publication hereof,
or ih,- same Mill be barred..
Hilled at .Miami. Florida, this Mill
US) ol June. A I> 197''
MORRIS BEBER
A* Administrator
Kind publication of this notice on
uu 16 day of June, 1972
IA \.\ VV. KHiuiUKItll
(ROM BERG, FROMBERG, & ROTH.
Sun.- M-102, 19 W. Flagh r si
.Miami, Florida 33110
Miornej for ESTATE i>K
MARTHA P. BEBER
6 16-33-30 7 7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 70-20788
(Judge Duval)
.. NOTICE TO APPEAR
COMPANY^ "^ H J
Plaintiff,
Vs.
NORTllKU'iFCONSTRUCTION' il >
COMPANY, a dissolved Florida
cor|H>rutlon, tt al,
I defendants,
TO: PEHH1S C. wool) and wife
EDMfXDA Residence Unknown
Trail A A
l-nt 7 Block 8, GREEN CLOSE,
Recording to the Plat thereof;
recorded In Plat Hook 12 at Page
1". Sen..11 22 Township S3 South,
Range 41 East, of the Public
Records "i Hade Countv, Klorida
JO: Altl.is CLAYTON and wife
EDNA Residence t'nknown
Tract Hll
Lot 6. Block 4, LIBERTY FARMS,
according 10 the Plat thereof;
recorded in I>lal Hook 31. at
Page 4, of the Public Records
of Dade Counlv. Florida
TO: JIM.MIE l.tir KNIGHT, and if
married. KNIGHT, her
husband. Residence Unknown.
Tract CC
l>'t 21. Block :i. and South V,
Peet of Lot 23 Block 2. accord-
ing to the Plat thereof: recorded
In plat Hook 1. at Page 28, MARKS
srn. and recorded In Plat Hook
1 at Pan :'7. Section 85, Town-
ship :.:t South, Range H East, of
Tin- Public Records of Dade Coun-
ty. Florida
YOU AND EACH OP YOU are
hereby notified thai a complaint has
been filed against you and others by
the plaintiff In the above styled
cause In the Circuit Court in and' for
Hade Counlv. Fl.rida for the purpose
Of quieting title to the ahev. -describ-
ed properties, and you are hereby re-
quired to serv. a copy of your an-
swer or pleadings on the plaintiffs
attorney, HERMAN COHEN, 1310-11
Congress Building, Miami. Florida
33132. and file the original answer or
pleadings ill the Office of Ihe Clerk
of the above styled Cnuri on or be-
fore the 1!' day of July. 1972. If vou
fail to do bo, a default judgment will
be entered against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint.
Dated at .Miami Florida, this 111I1
day 'if .lone I9T2.
E. H. LEATHERMAN
Clerk. Circuit Court
By: N. A. HEYVETT Deputy Clerk
,. 1,:."" -in r 7
LEGAL NOTICE
ii 16-23-30
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engago
in business under the fictitious name
of AA FIRNITPRE SERVICE, IN-
CORPORATED ai number tSl N.W.
2nd Avenue. In the City of Miami,
Florida, intends to register Hip said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Hade County. Florida.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 8th
day of June. 1972.
AA FPRNITFHE SERVICE,
INCORPt IRATBD
by. ABAD CABRERA, Secretary
B/16-2.1-30 7 7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKHEHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of liuin.,ii-p.,. i- at 8825 Oak Avenue,
Cconut Grove, Fla. intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
GERALD ENUEL
MARILYN ADAMS
"': "'__________ 5/2 i;/i-!>-i
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 HUKK. Husband.
and
DONNA BURR. Wife.
TO: Mrs, Donna Burr
S7 Alvin Street
Fairfleld, Connecticut
YOU ARK HEREBY NOT1FIKD
that 1111 action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
four written defenses, if any. to it on
Richard I. Kroop, attorney for Peti-
tioner, whose address is Kwitney &
Kroop, 42" Lincoln Road. Miami
Beach, Florida 33139. and file the
original with the cierk of the above
styled court on or before Julv 12. 1972:
Otherwise n default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded
in the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be puhlished one-
I each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWI8H FI.ORIDIAN.
Witness my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
1 day of June. 1972.
E. II. LEATHERMAN,
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dad,- County. Florida
By I, 8NEEDEN
As Deputv Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Richard I. Kroop
Kwitney & Kroop
12" Lincoln Road Mall
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Attorney for Petitioner
6 '9-16-23-30
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of DADE HOUSE APTS. at Sim S.W.
7:ir.l Avenue. Miami. Fla. intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Counlv,
Florida.
s & C DEVELOPMENT CORP
a Floriiia corisiratlon
Myers, Kaplan, Porter, Levlnson &
Kcnin
Attorneys for applicant
1150 S.W. 1st St.
Miami, Fla.
fi 9-1S-28-S0
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2826
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
JESSIE UALDEN
! ceased.
To All Creditors and Ail Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
to pri sent any claims and demands
"Mich you may have against the es-
'.'' "1 JESSIE MAI.DEN deceased
ate of Dade County. Florida, to the
1 utuy Judges of Dade County, and
llle the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
lj Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
'lie time of the first publication here-
1. Or the same will be barred.
1'ated al Miami Florida, this 9th
daj of June. A.D, 1972.
IRVING I. PAUNCH
As Administrator
First publication of this notice on
'In 16 day of June. 1972.
I-ACXCE. FINK & FOHMAN
Utorneya lor the Administrator
I ."2 Congress llldg.
Miami. Florida 33132 Tel.: 871-5471
6/16-23-30 7/7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business trnder the fictitious name
Of Studio Knit of Miami at 611 Du-
ponl Plan Hotel Miami. Florida in-
lemls to register said name with the
(*.-rk of the Circuit Court of pad.
County, Floriiia.
Yam International, Inc.
Daniel Rotter. Esq.
Attorney for Yam International, file
6 10-23-30 7 7
N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1951
FRANK B. DOWLING
, NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In KB: Estate of
-MARIA LEIVA B/k/a DeUSIVA
Deceased.
To All (Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Batata:
You are hereby notified and required
"'Present any claims and dema'nds
"iinh you may have against the es-
|e Of MARIA LEIVA a/k/a MARIA
'' I.EI\ A deceased late of Dade Coun-
ty. Florida, to the County Judges of
uaae County, and file the same in
duplicate and as provided In Section
33.16. Florida Statute*, in their of-
ncea in the County Courthouse In
Dade County, Florida, within six cal-
endar months from the time of the
. o",1. Publication hereof, or the same
Win be burred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 14
"ay of June. AD. 1972.
Anthony J. Lelva
As Administrator
n. ,r?t Publication of this notice on
"je 16 day of June, 1972.
Sidney Efronson
Attorney for Estate
if Ats'<'5- Building
Miami. Kla. 33132
6/16-23-30 7,7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2062
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
SAMUEL H. WOLLMAN
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 ihe es-
tate of SAMUEL H. WOLLMAN de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Pade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.16. Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Hade County. Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the lime of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 2nd
day of June. A.D, 1*72.
ELEANOR WOLLMAN
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
Ihe 16th day of June. 1972.
Kommel. Rogers. I.orher &
Shenkman
Attorneys for Exi-outrlx
420 Lincoln ltd., Mia. Boh.. Fla.
i;'lt;-23-30 7/7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the Undersigned, desiring to engage
ill business under the fictitious name
of Teletito at 4(6 S\V" 17 Ave.. Miami
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
Just*. Garcia Cnpa
5613 X\V 2nd. St., Miami, Fla.
8/9-K-23-30
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2790 (Blanton)
NOTICE OF PROBATE
In RE: Estate of
WNA WEIS8MAN
Deceased,
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE OP SAID DECEDENT.
Y'ou are hereby notified that a writ-
ten Instrument purporting to be the
last will and testament of said de-
cedent has been admitted to probate
in said Court. Y'ou are hereby com-
manded within six calendar months
from the dale of the first publication
of 'his notice to appear in said Court
and show cause if any you can. why
the action of said Court in admitting
said will to probate should not sia.nl
unrevoked
JOHN It BLANTON
1 'oun'v Judge
By CORNELL, ROBINSON
Clerk
Attorney MARVIN I. WIENER
2121 Ponce do I-eon Boulevard
Suite 14". Coral Cables. Fla.
First publication of tins notice on
the 2.1 day ,,f June. 1972.
c .1 SEAL
6/23-30 7 7.11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2332 Blanton
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
MOLLIE APAT
1 icceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
iing Claims or Demands AgaiiisfKillll
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of MOLLIE apat deceased late
Ol Hade County, Florida, to the Coun-
ty Judges of Dade County, and file
1 lie same In duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.16 Florida Stat-
utes, 111 their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
Within six calendar months from the
time Of the first publication hereof, or
the sain.- will be barred.
1'ated at .Miami, Florida, this 25 dnv
of .May, A.D. 1972.
Benjamin J. Apat
Burton J. Apat
As Co-Executoia
First publication of this notice on
the 2nd dav of June, 1:'7V
FAUNCE, FINK & FORMAX
Attorney for the Estate and
the Executor
1502 Congress Bldg.
Miami, Fla. 33132
6/2-9-16-23
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. 72-11667
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MAKKIACE OF
JOHNNY LEE VY'OODARD, Husband
and
JUDY MAE UoodaRD, Wife
TO: JUDY MAE A'OODARD
Route 2
Woodburv. Oeorgia
ViH' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
Rial an action lOr Dissolution of .Mar-
riage lias been tiled against you ami
vou are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to II
"' DAVID B. stone, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 1 ol N.W.
12th Avenue, Miami. Fla.. and file
the original with the clerk ol the above
styled court on or before Julv 21;,
1972: otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief de-
manded in th.......nplnint or pet ii ion
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at .Miami, Florida on
this 7 day of June, 1972.
E. B LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Pade County. Florida
By X. a. HEWETT
As Deputy Clerk
11 li-oull court Seal)
David E. Stone. Esq.
STONE & SOSTCHIN
H'1 N.W. 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida 3X128
Attorney for Petitioner
8/16-23-30 7 7
UGAl MOIIC*
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious nam. ot
A. AARON ANSWERING SERVICE
at 10"O North Miami Avenue. Miami.
Fin. intends to register said name
with th. Cl.rk of the Circuit Court of
Dade Counlv, Florida.
LOUIS P. ORANER
B'23-30 7/7-14
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-14J37
(Blanton 1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
SAMI'EL W1TKIN
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate: ...
I You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which von nnv have against the es-
tate of SAMUEL YVITKIN deceased
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same In duplicate and as pro-
vided In Section 733.16. Florida Stat-
utes. In their offices in the County
Courthouse In Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first nnblicition hereof.
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 24
day of May. A.D 1972
CECEi 1A TVITKiN
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
ihe 2nd day of June. A.D. 1972.
HOWARD R. H1RSCTI
Attorney for Executrix
sni-tK-t Street
Miami Beach, Fla. 33140
6/2-9-16-23
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2891 (Blanton)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
anx..iei-1'i:i:s
Deceased. ;
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims- or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Vott are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of ANN JEFPHBB. deceased late
of Dade County. Florida, to the Coun-
ty Judges (if Dade County, and file
the same in duplicate and as provided
In Section 733.16. Florida Statutes, In
their offices In the County Court-
house iii Dade County. Florida, with-
in six calendar mouths from the time
of the first publication hereof, or the
same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 9th
day of June. A.D. 1972.
LILLIAN KWARTnuRG
BERNARD M KOMMEL
As Executors
First publication of this notice on
the 23 day of June, 1972.
Kommel, Rogers, Ixrber &
Shenkmnn
Attorneys.for Executors
420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
>: 23-30 7 7-14
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
IN RE: The .Marriage of
ANDREW STEFAN. Husband,
Petitioner,
anil
ANNA STEFAN. Wife,
Respondent.
TO: ANNA STEFAN
151 Engle Street
Englewood, New Jersey
Y'T ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Petition for Dissolution of
your Marriage has been filed and
commenced En this court and you
are required to serve a copy of your
written answer and defenses, if anv
'ii HAIKU D J. COHEN, Esq., attor-
nej lor Petitioner, whose address is
27H1 Coral Way. Miami, Florida 33146,
and file the original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or before
July :t. 1972: otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the relief
prayed for in said petition.
This notice shall be published once
cacti week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FOIMDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
Of said court at Miami, Florida on this
24 day of May, 1972.
E B LEATHERMAN,
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade Countv. Florida
By C. P. COPE1 AND
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Harold j. cohbn
Mfll Coral Way
Miami. Fla. 3314.">
Tel. 444-47M
Attorney for Petitioner
3/2-8-1-23
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. 72-11424
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IX RE: The. Mji-ri.ige of ,,
THERESA SI ADELINE BEXDES.
Wife.
and
LOUIS liENHEs. (
Husband
To: u.uis Bendea
Mill River I
Oyster Bay
Upper Brookvllle
1-oiiK Island City. Xew York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIE
that an action for Dissolution of Mai
riage has been filed against you an .
you are required to serve a copy 1 '
your written defenses, if any, to i
on Paul Kwitney, attorney for Pen
tinner, whose address is 420 I.inool
Road. Miami Beach, Florida, and fil
the original with the cleik of th,
above styled court 011 or before 121 '
July. 1972: otherwise a default will
be entered airalnst you for the relief
demanded In the complaint "i- petitioi
This notice shall be published one
each week for four consecutive week
in THE JEWISH Fl.oUlDIAX.
WITXESS my hand and the sei
Of said court at Miami, Florida 0
this 7 dav of June. 1972.
E. It LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By I.. BNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
'Circuit Court Seal) I
Kwitney *.- Kroop
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorney for Petltli.....r
_____________ 8/9-16-23-30
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tin.
the undersigned, desiring to engage i
business under the fictitious name of
ESTHER ANTHONY AND ASSOCI
ates at 213 Zamora Avenue, Con
Cables. Fl.rida intends to reglste
said name with the Clerk of the Cll
OUlt Court of Dade Countv. Florid;
ESTHER ANTlii i.VV
MEYER M BRILLIANT
Attorney for Applicant
5/26 6 2-9-16
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 72-10841
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In I!,- The .Marriage of: I
OWIE THOMAS, JR., Husband
and ADD1E BELL THOMAS, wife.
TO: ADDIE BELL THOMAS
2012 Lesle Street
Detroit. Michigan
YOU ARE HEREBY notified that
Petition for Dissolution of Marriage
has 1.....11 filed against you. and yo.
are hereby required to serve a copv
of your answer or other pleading I
the Petition on Ihe Husband's attoi -
n.-v LESTER ROGERS, whose ad-
dress is Id N.W. 17th Av.-nue, Ml
ami. Florida 3S125, and fib1 the orig-
inal with the Clerk of the abo\
styled Court, on or before the r. da<
! of July. 1972. or a Default will I
entered against you.
DATED this ZS day of May. 1878.
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court
BY: C. P. OPEI.AND
(Circuit Court Scab
I/J-8-H-28
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR-
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2974
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
GDI DIE W. KESSELa k a
(1ERRY W KES8BL
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav
Ing Claims or Demands Against Sal
Estate:
You are hereby notified and require
to present any claims and demand-
Which you may have against the es
tatc of QOI.DIE W. KE8SEL a/k/i
! GERRY W. KESREL deeeased late o
Dad.- County. Florida, to the Count
Judges of Pade County, and file th
same in dunllcate and as provided In
Section 733 16. Florida Statutes, hi
their offices in the County Courthous-
in Dade County. Florida, within six
calendar months from the time of the
first publication hereof, or the satn
will he barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, (his l.'i
day or June AD. 1972.
Leo Kessel
As Executor
First ptlb.lcation of this notice o
the -'3rd day of June. 1172
Bparber, Zemel. Roskin and /
Heilbronner, P.A.
Attorneys for Ex.-cutor
10" N. Blscayne Boulevard
Miami. Florida 33132
6/23-30 7,7-14
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 YAP. wife and
EDDIE KKI YAH, SR., husband.
TO: EDDIE Kt'I YAP. SR.
RESIDENCE PNKNOWX
YOU ARE HEREHY NOTIFIED
that a Petition for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has heen filed against you and
you are hereby required to serve a
copy of your Answer thereto on Peti-
tioner's attorney, ALVIX S. CAWX'.
Ian X. Blscayne Blvd.. Suite ion.
Miami, Florida, and to file the origi-
nal Answer in the Office of the Clerk
of the above styled Court, on or he-
fore the 5 day of July. 1972. olher-
ivlse a Judgment by Default will be
entered agnmst vou.
DATED this 26 dav of Mav 1972.
B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
BY: C. P. COPELAND
M VTN S. CAWX
Attorney for Petitioner
100 X. niscnyne Blvd. Sulle 1011
Mlnml. Florida
(Circuit Court Seal!
6/2-9-16-23
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2999
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
VERDA HPTH KEY
Deceased.
To All Credlton and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You are hereby 'notified and requireu
to present any claims and demand-,
which you may have against the es-
tate of VERDA 1(1 TTH KEY decease.-
late of Dade County. Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, ann
file the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.16. Florida Stat-
utes, in their offices In (lie Count''
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida
within sl\ calendar months- from the
time of the first publication hereof, or
the same will he harred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this l.ltl.
day of June, A D 1972.
Rosa Beatrice Hudson
As Executrix
First publication of this notice or
the 23 dav of June. 1972.
OROVRR WKINSTEIX & STAPBER.
P.A.
By; Sberwin Stauber
Attorney for Estate of Verda Ruth
Key
3V Lincoln Roa'd, Miami Beach,
Florida
6/23-30 7/7-H


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"Jewish Floritdiaitl SCA Recognized
Miami, Florida Friday, June 23, 1972
section B
Reprisal Raid Nets Syrian
And Lebanese Army Officers
Employer Of COs
By Special Report
TEL AVIV Israeli air and
ground forces who penetrated
I., banon in a reprisal riid
W In -day captured senior Sy-
rian and Lebanese army officers,
the Israeli command has an-
nounced.
The Israeli raiders captured
three Syrian colonels and two
lieutenant colonels and a Leba-
nese captain, the state radio -e-
ported, marking the first time
that senior Arab officers have
been rejwrteo captured in clashes
and raids on the Israeli-Leba-
nese frontier since the 1967 war.
Witnmse* In tout hern Leba-
non reported Inraeli plu'irs
raided tlirei- villages, II;i-lKiya,
Arkouh and Meiss el lehel, lin-
ing both bombs and roikets.
The raid occurred about 12
hours after the Popular Front
for the Liberation of Palestine
claimed responsibility for two
attacks on the bonier Tuesday
in which four Israelis, two of
them soldiers, were wounded.
Arab guerrillas fired a ba-
zooka rocket into a busload of
Israeli vacationers and exploded
a mine on the Lebanese frontier
Tuesday in the first such action
in four months.
Two Israelis were Injured in
Conservative-Reform
Merger Not Favored
the bus attack and two soldiers
wounded in the mine Mast. The
incidents occurred a few hours
apart in the Mt. Hermon area.
The guerrillas had 'ired ba-
zookas at a bus carrying a group
of vacationers staying at a ",ov-
ernment-run guest house in
Nazareth. The attack occurred
at Uie Jebel Ross section of the
Lebanese-Israeli ceasefire line,
Israeli spokesmen said.
The attack recalled a similar
incident in the same sector Frb.
23 when Palestinian guerrlla
infiltrators fired bazookas into
a moving car, killing a couple.
Two days later, following ad-
ditional guerrilla attacks that
killed threo Isra"li soldiers, Is-
rael launched its biggest incur-
sion into Lebanon a throe-
day sweep with armor supported
by aircraft through the southern
reaches of Lebanon.
GROSSINGERS. N.Y. (JTAI
The president of the associa-
tion '( Conservative rabbis.
Rabbi Judah Nadich of New
York told the 83rd annual con-
vention of the Central Confer-
ence of American Rabbis, the
Reform rabbinate, last week
that hi> answer to the idea of
i i of the two rabbinates
at the present time would be "in
the negative."
The head of the Rabbinical
Assembly added tnai ne did not
envision such a merger as likely
lay or the day after" but he
made a strong case lor practical
cooperation between the two
rabbinic groups "where we al-
ready have common interests
and common aims."
Before making his formal ad-
dress, Rabbi Nadich Indicated
:il a | ren conference that he
thought the time might come
when such a merger could take
place.
Rabbi Nadich also said he
foresees the possibility of "clos-
er relationships, in time, with
our Orthodox colleagues," add-
ing that "their present militant
intransigence will not last for-
ever." He cited the military
chaplaincy program as an ex-
ample of present cooperative
programs involving the three
rabbinical groups.
A survey reporter; on at the
convention indicated that three
out of four Reform rabbis re-
ject a Ihree-way union <.f Ortho-
dox, Conservative and Reform
Judaism, but a majority of the
1.000 CC'AR members were fa-
vorable to the idea of an even-
tual union with the Conserva-
tive rabbinate.
Mrs. Sydney Kronish (left) vice president of Women's Amer-
ican ORT who installed the officers of the Treasure Isle
Group, is shown handing the gavel to Mrs. WUlium A.
Tieger, who is serving a third term.
NEW YORK (JTAI The
Synagogue Council of America
has been granted formal recog-
nition by the United States Se-
lective Service System as an
employer of conscientious ob-
jectors, with full authority for
the placement of CO registrants
in alternative service assign-
ments, the Synagogue Council
disclosed.
The SCA is the national co-
ordinating body of the rabbinic
and lay branches of Conserva-
tive. Reform and Orthodox Ju-
daism in the United States.
"This recognition formalizes
a project initiated under the
sponsorship of the SCA by
which Jewish agencies such as
community centers, congrega-
tions, Hillel foundations and
child care organizations can em-
ploy Jewish COs who are requir-
ed to perform two years of al-
ternate service," an SCA spokes-
man stated.
COs in alternate service re-
ceive the same pay, privileges
and opportunities as other em-
ployes in similar categories. Un-
der the arrangements with the
SCA, registrants may be assign-
ed work in the New York area
where most of the country's
Jewish population is located.
Rabbi Isidor B. Hoffman is
serving as project director.
Jury Finds Ex-Nazi
Guilty, Frees Him
HAMBURG (WNS) A jury
here found a former Nazi police
officer, Anton Becker. 62, guilty
of participating in the murder of
at least 1,800 Jews in the Lublin
area and then refused to sentence
him because he had played a "re-
latively minor role" in the mass
killings.
In Munich, three former SS
leaders were found guilty of mur-
dering 400 Jews. Karl Fingerwas.
62, was sentenced to four years
in jail. Siegfried Schuhart and
Theodor Lips, both 57. received
five year sentences. In Essen, the
trial of Horst Wagner, an aide of
Adolf Eichmann accused of com-
plicity in the murder of 350.000
Jews, was postponed so that he
could undergo an eye operation.
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Friday, June 23. 1972
Histadrut Aids Israeli Arabs
Seeking Total Involvement
Arab youth in Israel .s :n a fer-
r.'. B"t it is not from fru-' 3-
tion tut the desire -tu enter *.-
quickly Me into the main-
-tit- i- idi lite politically
I'y. Thi-
]- the view >! one pi \<\ .>! "now
generation." 29->var-old Ni a
hjastalah, i eretary of the Huta-
It Mu\.-.iient for Youth Worker*
and Students.
Int< viewed during a Qyjng
visit to Miami, in the midst "f 3
country-wife tour as i gu-st of
tin I'.S. Department of Lab**
Bureau of Internationa! Labc- Af-
fairs, Mr. Maamlah wa- quick t/i
point out that many d-jors >vere
'" _i;-r-inv to own in Israel to the
mser -rireration of Arabs "be-
cause there i< no segregation ei-
ther in opportunities f r educa-
i i i' -'oyment."
In company with Emile Sabag,
retarv of the Labo*
and] of Be rshefaa. the ea I
\'' _-p.. Mr. Massalah
Washington, '' C
then flev '. Miami Ne--< Or-fc? "
a:--! At ai ting ffith n
nm< tit labor of-
partl -
ssion '. Itll I < BC-
S thern Chri
.
sister
i -v >! r>:'-' Co inty, ad th -it'
South n-
by th.- H -
Xat
thai I was an Vral
- ,, ... :,'-! I b'<
I Mr. Masalah in
hi Ens lh
v Iim h reflect* h<~ training at Te'
a iv Ui Iv : -". where
.... c co-
ii -
"The
I*n*t tt* itio
A nd J s in 1st
_" Hi -'iv i
.
ti
i
-
. .
I ':
\
thin tl
y of (he
i, St
Hi .; i tl 170
in the An '
for irrigation, housing eon-tmc-
; tion. trans;x>rtation and comnvini-
tcauoas___-.
They ware impressed to hoar
about five Arab high schooh which
are in Arab villages under loea!
contiul and to know that o' 50
Aral youths are attending th
Amal technical school of His' idrut
in Nazareth." Mr. Ma*-alah ob-
served. Oreat-r Miami Jewry built
the Amal school in Ramleh.
through the local Hista-.'rut cam-
paign.
Bruce Grant Hermelee has been
appointed assistant io E. Al-
beit Pallot. president of dis-
cayne Federal Savings & loan
Association. Mr. Hermelee
graduated cum laude f.om
Princeton University, and re-
ceived his juris doctor dftgre*
irom the University of Pennsyl-
vania Law School.
Rep. Fascell Cosponsors
Soviet Jewry Exhibit
l:' I lante Fascell 11>-F! i Is
the sponsot s ol an i
called "Soviet Jewry: Ciisis and
which will
nd the Unit
lasize the pligl S
The National Conference i
viet Jewry it togethei
panels of photos ; r. ri text which
comprise the exhibit.
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Rose Goldman Elected To
Honorary Science Society
Ros. Hannah Guldmar. daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. Sanaa Goldman,
2303 Meridian Ave., who receiveil
her B.A. degree
from Bro'vr
i i tarty June
5. 'v a ele.-ted
to th' honorary
idem i society,
Sigma Xi. and
awarded ;ira-'
domic honors
for honors
studies in the
biolog cal m-^dical icien-
COS. Aft-, a;
.summer abroad.
will enter .'ale
this fall,
win n she graduated fwui Miami
Beach Senior High School in 19G8.
hi' was honored a< M-ami Her-
alds "Today's Top Teen." She
\vas a Westin^house annual Sci-
ence Talc-nt Search finalist, tuik
ir-t place 'S1.CO0 award) in the
Florida State Chemistry-Bioltgi-
cal Division ot Future SdentUts.
and was a Silver Knight candi-
.! a science award
300 Delegates Will Attend
NJCRAC's Annual Assembly
ftie GHmm
NfLss Goldman
Medicul School
LOS ANGELES Representa-
tives of 94 local community rela-
tions councils "ill join witli offi-
dab '>i nine major national groups
tor the annual plenary "f the Na-
tional Jewish Community Rela-
tions Council that opens here
Wednesday.
It will ie the largest represen-
tative NJCRAC assembly since
.stablishnvnt t the consultative
and coordinating agency 38 years
ago with ."AW delegates whose pri-
mary concern v. ill !* the develop-
me.it of guidelines for Jewish
community relations activities
during the coming year partici-
pating in tlie five-day meeting.
They will sook a consensus ap-
proach for interpreting develop-
ments that afleet United States-
fsiael relationships and the status
of Soviet Jews, and for Jewish
communitv action on more than
a score of domestic i^s i. s.
Pro|)osals for a Jewish corr.mu.
nity "position" on busing. |
entia! gifs-fur iWthll niinori;i,s
tax-support for sectarian educa
tion and similar, related problems
are features of this year's a-^. .
bly.
Cither sessions will focus on ur-
ban poverty, Christian-Jewish re-
lationships and "problems relating
to the safety and security i
Jews."
A panel of s|>ecialists will high..
light a discussion assessing the
extent to which Jews, responding
to the pull toward ethnicity amon?
minority groups, haw been 'turn'
' ing inwards." and whether thus dt -
velopmi'nt is a "trend toward iso-
lationism'' within the Jewish com-
munity.
Albert F. Arent of Washington
D.C., chairman of NJCRAC. wi
address the plenary at a luncheon
-( tion on Friday.

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*Jewisii ncridOicnn
Page 3-8

JWV Convention At
Americana June 23-25
More than 500 delegates of the j The Homestead Air Force Base
Detriment of Florida, Jewish Honor Guard will post colors at
War Veterans and Ladies Auxili- | the official opening of the JWV-
JWVA convention Saturday at
2:30 p.m.
Sally L#vy. state Auxiliary
president, will be honored at a
luncheon on Saturday. Karlier
that day, Hose Schorr of New
York, chairman of JWVA's na-
tional insurance committee, will
conduct an insurance symposium.
Kalph Rosofsky of Miami, con-
vention chairman, announced that
national Auxiliary president Billie
Kern of Miami Beach will be the
guest speaker at the evening ser-
vices on Friday. Mrs. Kern, a past
president of Miami Beach Post
330 and the Department of Flori-
da, will be introduced by Irene
Coo|>erman. convention cochair-
man.
Cantor Sol Koenlgsberg of Mia-
mi will chant the traditional Sab-
bath prayers. A soloist in the Is-
raelite Center choir. Cantor
Koenigsberg is a past commander
ol the J-wish War Veterans post
in Miami.
After the services, Dr. Howard
Melinson will discuss "Hypnotism
and Medicine." using members of
the audience to demonstrate mod-
! ern hypnotic practices. Dr. Melin-
son is commander of the JWV
post in Pompano Beach.
The delegates from 24 (Mists
and auxiliaries in Florida will
J have all-day business sessions on
' Sunday, including memorial ser-
vices and election of officers. Hcr-
ben Gopman of Miami Beach and
' Lillian Sehoen of I.auderhill are
candidates for the top state JWV-
JWVA posts.
W.ITON S. MACKALL
,iy are expected to attend the
26th annual state convention at
the Americana Hotel in Bal Har-
bour, which begins on Friday.
Wilton B. Mackall. director of
the Florida Department of Veter-
il- Affairs, will Ix- guest s|>eaker
t i banquet honoring JWV's state
nnmander Peter Bluesten of Hal-
amlale Saturday evening. A eoek-
tail party will precede the ban-
|uet.
A native of Pennsylvania. Mr.
Mackall served in the Armv Air
Force in World War II, and was
recalled to active duty during the
Korean conflict.
High School Seniors
Receive Scholarships
Mount Sinai Medical Center's
Sustaining Hoard of Fellows has
presented full scholarships to 12
high school seniors enabling them
to attend Miami-Dade Junior Col-
c Re's Paramedical program on the
Hospital grounds.
The grants were awarded, for
the fourth consecutive year, at
the board's regular meeting on
Inn. 13. The 12 student will enter
'he program in the fall to study
the paramedical professions and,
Kyne Runs For Court Post
James P. Kyne, Investigating
ittorney for the Dade County Ju-
venile and Domestic Relations
Court for tne past seven years,
has declared himself a candidate
'or the Circuit Court Seat 32 now
held by Juvenile Court Judge John
Ferguson.
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Beth Am Officers
And Directors To
Hold A Retreat
The officers anc' directors of
Temple Beth Am will hold their
annual retreat at Kings jJay Yacht
and Country Club, beginning at i)
a.m. Sunday.
The morning's program, designed
to acquaint newiy elected officials
with those who have4idy served
in their fields of responsibility, will
be moderated by Barton U.'ell.
the junior past president of tin
temple, assisted by all former j
presidents who can participate.
Quesiion and answer sessions j
arc planned to further aid those
who will guide Temple Beth Ami
during the coming year.
The afternoon will be devoted
to a guest speaker, Rabbi Sanfor
M. Shapero of the locai office of
the Union American Hebrew Con-
gregations. A brief board ol di-
rectors meeting will follow.
Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgard,
assisted by David Stuart, execu-
tive director of the te.nplc, will
monitor the proceedings.
New Addition To
Medical ('enter
Ready in 1973
Some :!0 001 cubic yards of eon-
:,,-ete are going into the new i!)
story :i Mition to Cedar* of '.en
mon Hospital accor(,:n,T to wo ;
live project director PairieU Oei- ,
,-its. Nearly a third of it has al- '
rpadV bei'ii po'fed
The S'l millio.i i-Nninsion n' .
the nnxiical center will "irovHe a'- ,
additional 770.C00 sq. ft. of loot ;
space Tor doctor ot"Vo. 'tnd n
ini for hospital [>ersonnel. More
naikilT Sf>ace ie n'sn h'n nil ->
Completion of the Dfojecl is sclied-
aled for April. 1973.
r. "itpI contractor Ls Edward J
Oenits, Inc.; architects are Smitb I
Intangible Tax Due
The intangible i>crsonal pro;>erty
tax on cash, stocks, bonds, ac-
counts and ether taxable holdings-
will be delinquent after June 30.
. Ed Stiaughn, executive dm>ctov
corporal ums, partnerships an thers subject to intangible tine
to file their return along ivttl
their remittance, prior !o Ju'y 1.
in o'der to avoid a delinquency
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Lloyd L. Ruskin, president of
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presided over the program. Dr. J.
Terence Kelly, acting director of ;
the Office of Development at Mia-
mi-Dade Junior College, presented j
the scholarships to the students.
Assistant dean David Shelton of i
Florida Internationl University j
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Weiss, a graduate of the para-
medical program.
Those receiving scholarships
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* Jen iit ncrkfiar
Friday, June 23, 1972
Nation's Oldest Day School
To Leave Lower East Side
By Special Report
NEW YORK The nations
Jewish day school : moving
in its 72nd year from "he Lower
East Side of Marihananoty-nVb*
plush Riverdale section of the
Bronx. It is a prime sxarrq
the- forced abandonment by Jew-
ish institutions of once flourishing
Jewish neighborhocoa ir. America's
inner cities.
Ground-breaking' ceremonies of
the new .-ite were held recently
for the Rabbi Jacob Joseph School,
which began operations in a two-
story house on historic Orchard St.
in Lower Manhattan. In 19'7. thi
school moved to a I Niild-
rid annex on Henry St and
in 1914 expanded with an addi-
ng there.
Henry St. have
housed a day school through sev-
enth grade, which was chartered
by the board of regents in 1903;
the Joseph Golding Hi^h School
a four-year school chartered by
the board of regents, a Ro-^osin
health center, a rabbinical semi-
nary, and a school for training
religious functionaries, inostly rit-
ual slaughterers and ritual cir-
cumcisers.
So severe have conditions be-
come in the area that the elemen-
tary' school has not been in opera-
tion for the past three years be-
cause of fears of parents for the
safety of their children.
Attendance at the elementary
school had ranged from 200 to 250
pupils, according to Irving M.
Bunim, president of the school
and one of its graduates, now a
businessman and author.
At the present time, he said,
only one yeshiva is operating one
small elementary class in all of
the Lower East Side.
Th- character change in the

I neighborhood which led to the
; decision to move the school in-!
1 velvet the fact that young Jews
j from the East Side .nave been
. moving elsewhere steadily in re- 1
rtSeiW"fem*'t)My about 203 of;
those now attending the high !
school and seminary are East Side
residents.
j The new five-story building in
Riverdale will cost about $3.5 mil-
1 lion. Since students are expected
to come from all parts of m^Tro-
, politai: New York, as well as Wesi-
chester, Nassau County and near-
by New Jersey, a bus service is
planned for some of the Student*.
One feature of the new school
< will be a computer training pro-
gram with a computer in the class-
! room. The school has had com-
puter classes for two yean but.
for lack of a computer, the train-
ing dealt only with theory an I
interested students had to obtain
practice on a computer elsewhere
One brarch of the seminary will
be the Brookdale Institute of Ta!-
mudic Studies Mr. Bunim said.
Women Planning
Project HOPE
Fund Raising
Mrs. Irwin Morse pr"s:1< *t o'
x^o Dade County Vo"te,i*s Com-
mittee for Project HOP!\ has Ul-
no-m^ed several fund-raisin?
events for the coming season.
On Oct.. IX at the Kios Bay
Club, a general member-hip lunch-
eon has been planned with a
them.- on the nursing aspects of
the shin HOPE. Chairins the af
fair will be Mrs. Morris Beck md
Mrs. Dante Fascell.
A winter cala is slate4 for mtd-
January nt the Olymnic "Hi *tre.
Benefit chairmen are Ms Melvir
Gilbert ami Mrs. Qustave Marques.
Charity Ball Set Friday
The fourth annual Charitv Bt1'
sponsored by Single Parents of
Miami Head, will be held Fridaj
in the Casanova Room of the Deau-
ville Hotel Proceed; of this eala
nl .Ill ao to the Goodwill Youth }
Tour of the State of Florida by j
The New Directions, who will also
give a concert performance at the '
ha'L
Racci Eugene Labovi'.z, spiritual leader of Temple Ner
Tamid presented a plaque of commendation to Mrs. Alv;:i
Savage, outgoing school board chairman, citing Mrs. Sav-
age for her outstanding service to the Temple Ner Tamid
Reliaious School during the past two years.

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Friday, June 23, 1972
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Betty L. Perry, wife of Charles
Perry, president of Florida Inter-
national University, was elected
president of the CCEW Commu-
nity Advisory Council at the an-
nual meeting held by the Greater
Miami Council for Continuing Ed-
ucation of Women's (CCEW) at
Miami-Dade Junior College, N'orth
Campus, recently.
CCEW, a department of Miami-
Dade Junior College's Downtown
Campus, provides a comprehensive
program to encourage women to
continue their education at all
levels through educational re-
sources in the community.
Other new officers and commit-
tee chairmen are Mollie Brilliant,
vice president; Georgia Jones
Ayers, secretary; Sally F. Mill-
edge, Communications Committee;
Catherine Fahringer, Career Com-
mittee; Charles Walker. Educa-
tion Committee; and Audrey Fink-
elstein. Community Outreach.
Andrey Komrad (left) chairman of Cedars' Fifth Contempoi-
ary Art Exhibit at the Bacardi Gallery which closes Satur-
day, and Beverly Gordon display a recent oil portrait "Ja-
maican Girl," painted during Audrey's recent trip through
the West Indies. Part of the proceeds will be allocated bv
the auxiliary towards the current Cedars of Lebanon Hos-
pital building program.
JWV Auxiliary
Members Attend
Convention Here
Seema Lefkowitz. president of
Morgan Bmco Brown Auxiliary
Jewish War Veterans, will head a
delegation of memh<- to **"* "tfc
annual conventon of the JWV" De-
partment of Florida, I.a:;es Auxil-
iary, this weekend at the Ameri-
cana Hotel.
Mrs. Irving Lefkowitz and co-
chairman Mrs. Sylvia LieOman,
will be in charge of souvenirs.
The auxiliary has endorsed two
members, Mrs. Belle Swartz, past
auxiliary president, who is seeking
the office of department chaplain,
and Mrs. Mae Schreiber, a past
auxiliary president, who is running
for department guard.
Elections will take place during
the convention's business meeting
Sunuay morning. One of the high-
lights of the convention will be the
testimonial luncheon honoring out-
going department president Sally
Levy of Miami Beach.
Beth Berry And
Monte Gordon
Are Engaged
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Berry, H75
NE 67th Si., have- announced the
engagement of their daughter,
Beth, to Monte Selig Gordon.
The future bridegroom is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Gor-
don, 16 Island Ave. He attends
Emory University in Atlanta.
The bride-elect, a graduate of
Miami Edison High School is at-
tending Georgia State University I
in Atlanta. She ami her family
are members of Temple Israel.
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Course offerings Tor children in-
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v-ew Country Club on behalf of the 1972
CJA-IEF campaign. At this event 11 gifts
totaling $2,820 v/ere announced, for a grand
total of S12.195 Guests included (frcm left)
Mrs. Jane Sincoff, Mrs. Jeanne Tate, M.s.
Deris Giucroft, Mrs. Diana Treister, and Mrs.
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campaign, was guest speaker.
Mrs. Carol Feinberg (second from right) hosted the Tennis
Tcurnament" parlor meeting at the Westview Country Club.
With her are Mrs. Nancy Glick and Mrs. Harriet Shapho,
vlefa), and Mrs. Susan Pascal (right).
High School Golfers Sigh
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Three local hlgn school golfer*
athletic scholarships were
Da Quinn and David Oourno of
Miami Kiliian Hi^h School, and
William ScMU of Palmetto High
School, Miami-Dade solf eoich
Terry Tyler has announced.
Quinn was a district medalist.
a mornVr of the 1939-70 district
hi'..h school toam and finished
ninth In the Dade amateur tourna-
ment; Gourno earned ihree fjoK
letters, was twice named honor-
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on the di.strict championship team
in 1970-71. Schild. who earned
two letters in golf and one in base-
ball, finished sixth in the 1971
Bradenton High School tourna-
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Friday. June 23. 1972
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With .
ISABEL GROVE
i. ton, D.C., where she attended the National Artists Equity Association
Conference a.s Southeastern representative. While there, she was guest
at the Georgetown home of Marcett* Comet, also an artist. Reyna
felted the office of Sen. Lawton Chiles, saw the Florida House, and
attended the Kennedy Memorial performance of the American Ballet.
Her stay was climaxed with a taped interview along with three other
artists for a New York TV Special to be called -People in the Arts."
iv of Reyna's most recent works a a mural at the Jacaranda Club
House which was received with a meat deal of enthusiasm when it
,^,is unveiled recently.

Another of the community's artists. i.r. QranvWe ('. Flatter is
i Ing a one-man showing of water colors, paintings and abstracts
,.i the King's Bay Yacht and Country Club Art Gallery. The show
- open to the public and will be on view for all of July starting on
, 10 first.
*
[here was more than a vacation on the minds of Fan nnd .Miles
i hapman of Queens who spet three weeks at the Singapore. They did
little shopping around and men purchased a condominium in Fli
irdale which will be ready for them some time in March. Mean-
thile they were entertained by many friends and relatives who are
ragcrly looking forward to the time when they will be permanent
esidents. Among them. Jules' brother and sister-in-law, Jimmy and
Edna < hapman, the Al Bregmam of Hailandal", the Murray Vainer*
Sky lake and cousins l'a.v and Morris Backer. Kan will be back
towards the end of the year to feather the new nest with carpeting,
trail paper, and other little touches.

In spite of one of the biggest downpours to which we've been
ated lately, all 10 teenagers snowed for the Bureau of Jewish Kiln i
ration's Ulpan in Hebrew last wceK. nic young people, who left on
sday for Israel, are taking part in the Greater Miami Jewish Fcd-
a don's study tour of Israel. The Ulpan will be continued while the
teenagers are in Israel where they will test out what they have learned
here, under the direction of 7.\\ Berger and four Israeli exchange
m hew.

Just in time for bummer tun ana games are the following new
members ol King's Bay Yacht and Country Club: Kernie N. and Irene
Berlin and childien .left and Roiiin; Martin s. Sondrow; Hans I', and
Vera Kothmann and son Martin; David ll. and (arol Felnberg and
children Jennifer and Valerie; r. I. Howard and Selma diagram and
hilJren Nancy and Konald; Samtiel and Ann Mark* and children
Lawrence and Pauline; John J. Jr., and Cheryl MoOIynn and children
lolin and Tammy; Rodney Q. and Natalie Kotti and children Mare,
Noliin and .l>>->-|.li: l{ol>ert T. unn .toyce l'eiien and daughter Stacey;
Hurry M. and Barbara Weidenteld and childien Andrew and Donald;
Martin S. and Margaret Wennan and children Stei)lien and Jodie; and
Harvey <. and Remit* SEetgter ami children Leslie, William, BBzabeth
&nd KirJi.ird.
*
Then." will bo much pomp nd ceremony when Sally Levy, presi-
dent of the Department of riorida, JVVV Indies Auxiliary, is feted at
: testimonial luncheon Saturday at the Americana Hotel during the I
Department of Florida's annual convention being held there over the
weekend.
*
Sinn and Xor.na Bpateln nave returned from thr e weeks abroad :
t*hich they divided by spending one week in each of Europe's most ex- c
citing cities: Lonuon, Paris and Home.
+
Ruth Brotwan, who h.xs Ivin presented with the gold key to the ,
City of Miami Bea'Jl thiee times for the cultural and musical acti-
' ilies she his promoted here, has received the H. M. Caiserman Award
from the Canadian Jewish Congress to be used towards the publica- i
tion of her manuscript on Pauline Donalda, opera singer. .Miss Brot-
nian has returned the award, worth SI,500. plus another S500 she
received from the Seagram interests to be used for scholarships in
memory Of the late Madame Donalda who was her voice teacher. Kn-
lerprising Ruth is founder-president of the Miami Peach Music and
\i Is League which stalled in 1950 and now has a membership Of over
TOO. Last year, the League distributed some $3,000 In scholarships to
talented youngsters. Miss Brotman is also the founder-president of
I he Society for Young Performer;.
*
Mrs. Judy Wiener has accepted appointment as chairman of the
Parent-to-Parcnt Committee of the Daile County Association for Re-
larded Children. The PTP committee consists of knowledgeable, arti-
culate parents or guardians of retarded people who are willing to
discuss the problem of mental ivtardation and their experience with
ether parents as the service is requested or assigned.
Milton Gordon of Miami Beech
has been appointed a member
of the B'nai B'rith National Sen-
ior Citizens Housing Commit-
tee, a group concerned with
projects spon-ored by B'nai
B'rith for low-inccme housing
cf the elderly, David M. Bium-
berg, national president, has
announced.
Seven foreign teams already
have enteied the 10th annual
Bowling Tournament of the
Americas, slated July 16-22 at
Cloverleaf Lanes. The 36-game
series is co-sponsored by the
City of Miami and Metropolitan
Dade County. Entries include
Canada. Bermuda, the Bahamas,
Puerto Rico, Mexico. Venezuela
anil Honduras.
Florida Secretary of st;-t<-
Richard stone was at Vizcava
Museum this week to formally
launch a survey of Dade Countv
site-; of historical architectural
ami archaeological importance.
He Is the state's No. 1 archives
and history official.
Sharon Greenspan is the win-
ner of three awards made to
members ol the graduating c'ass
of the Greater Miami Hebrew
Aeademv, according to Rabhi
Alexander s. Grow, principal.
Miss Greenspan won the Offi-
cer's Award, the Mathematics
Award and the American Legion
Scholarship Award.
V
The City National Bank of
Miami Beach has named Harry
Bltimiu. C.P.A.. and Dr. Harold
Hand to the board of directors.
Announcement of their election
was made by Gerald A. Killer.
chairman of llie board and pres-
ident.
.
The Democratic Nationalities
Fair and Art Show will be he'd
July 9 and 10 at Ihe Pavfront
Paik Auditorium. The two-day
event will feature live bands,
singing, folk dancing and native
foods of all nations. Displays of
Martin Genet (second from left) newly installed president cf
Oholei Torah Day School, is shown accepting the gavel of
office from outgoing president. Menashe Hirsch. Rabbi Sho-
lom D. Lipskar (left) gave the keynote address at the instal-
lation; Rabbi Tibor Stem, chairman of the Rabbinical Ad-
visory Committee cf the school, conducted the induction
ceremony.
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arts and crafts from around the
world are planned. Tickets an
on sale at the auditorium box
office.
The summer recreation pro-
gram for children opens at (he
Ida M. Fisher Junior High Com-
munity School. 1424 Drcxe
Ave., Monday morning at 9:on
under the direction of Ted Mnh-
symowich of Miami Beach.
Social studies teacher at Nor-
land Junior High School.
Circuit Court Judge Milton A
Friedman alien vd a District
Grand Lodge convention ol B'na
B'rith in Washington ',i-.t week-
end. Judge Friedman, a past
District Grand Lodge president
served as chairman of ihe .,f'- >-
lutions committee.
Sisterhood Donor
Temple Zamora Sisterhood held
its annual donor dinnpr recently
at the Hasta Restaurant. Mr*.
Louis Alweiss, Mrs. Ro-< Davidow
and Airs. Jules Prop;) nerved aa
cochairmen for the evening.
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Dade County School Board
i member Phyllis Miller has been
. appointed local arrangement.1 i
chairman for the Florida School'
Boards Association, tic. con-j
vent ion to be held on Miami
Beach next fall.
Oholei Torah
Installs Slate
Martin Genet was installed as j
president of the Oholei Torah Day
School recently by Rabbi Tibor
Stern, chairman of the Rabbinical
Advisory Committee of the school ,
Rabbi Sholom D. Lipskar. school
principal, was guest speaker.
Other members of the s'ate who
were installed were Michael Ja-
cobovitz, Danny Rotter and Sher-
will Stauber, vice presii' nts; Mel
I Felt, (secretary; Davi:' L'pschultz.
recording secretary: Rabbi Phineas
Weberman, financial secretary
and Morton Mayberg, in a< urer.
Serving on the board of li.ee-
lors will be Menashe Hirsch, imme-
diate nasl president, Murray Ros
enherg, Kalman Wodonos, Rabbi
Abraham Korf, Sam Sehechter
Philio Brafman, Nathan Ginsb. i j
Jacob Modansky, Harrj Ro*"n-
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Friday. June 23. 1972
lA/cdding J^jells r QUESTION: When is a Saturday soiree truly a swinger? Answer: ;
When it is a graduation party for a 40-plus mother ot threenamely ;
Sue Samuels, who received her Law degree from the University of
Miami after seven years of college study. Hubby Dave hung her cap .
(tassel and all) on the hat rack in the foyer of their Century 21 town- t
house. Lawyer-types Beroice and Norman Goldstein, the Jerry Frank-
Una, Estette Gottlieb, (who plans to run in the September primaries)
the Morty Deekvlbuums, Don Reirfs, Ja-k Arons, Harold Sellgmans,
Mark Roths, Sain Foxes, Marvin Grosses and Julian Natrons all were
toasting her in champagne.
TRAVELERS: Arthur and Bunny Horowitz have gone to Aspen.
Colo. ditto Mike and Joyce Sumberg Aveta and Mort Adler
doing the Bahama Islands bit on their 60-ft. Chris-Craft with the whole !
family Marcy and Don Lefton, also with tots in tow, went first to
Fantasyland via Disney World, and then to spend two weeks at one of (
Don's own hotels in Myrtle Beach, S.C. Binky and Lcnnle Miller
building a whole new addition onto the originalshould be vacation-
ing at home with that gorgeous new pool and sauna.
FIESTA: The occasion was David Egozi's 40th birthday, and Stella
and David invited 120 friends and relations to their magnificent lake-
front home Saturday night for dining and dancing. The 12-piece Latin
band played continuously until the wee hours. Huge donkey carts laden
with fresh fruit and extravagant hors d'oeuvres tables graced the in-
side and outside of the house. The pool was flooded with bubbles and
floating gardens. There were fresh flowers, flowers everywherethe
front door, the bed posts, and in sneakers (David's business) literally ;
hanging from the rafters. The lush setting resembled the Tropicana
Night Club in the days of old Havana.
At 2 a.m. dinner was served in a huge tent at the lakefront'. In
addition to the marvelous custard and cream birthdav cake, a wagon
laden with multi-flavored ice creams and cones was wheeled in for the
do-it-yourselfers. The glamorous guests included David's mother.
Blanqua, his brothers, Luis and Jose, and Luis' lovely wife, Deanna,
and sisters Raqucl SHversteln and Esther Gorazi and their spouses.
The Bernardo Benes. Alberto Ban-ocas and their children. Nancy and
Charles, the Joeko Carides, the Alberto Benhelms, the Bernardo Ba-
tievskys and the Benny Peljoviches were some of David's friends who
joined the birthday chorus in "cha-cha" beat.
MIAMIANS IN ISRAEL: Ethel and Arnold Klrsehenbanm made a
wish when they were marriedto celebrate their 25th wedding anni-
versary with a trip to their heritage; however, they weren't able to go
at that time, so to mark their 26th year of wedded bliss, they finally
realized their dream for their Silver Anniversary The Kaufmans
(he's I'ncle Harry, the pediatrician) and their offspring, Jill and Chip,
are in the Jewish homeland also. Fran and Harry will be with their
guide for two weeks before returning home; after the seniors leave,
the juniors will remain another monthwith knapsacks and sleeping
bags strapped to their backsand will join up with a youth group .
MORE TRAVELERS: Marilyn and Mort FeUman just returning
from the Orient. They extol Hong Kong as the apex of shopping sprees.
Myra and Aaron Fair "apologizing" for the glorious weather they en-
countered in California. Gloria and Howard Scharlin doing Scandinavia
and Austria for six weeks (everyone still raving over their simply fan-
tastic Coconut Grove home and the fabulous farewell-send off for their
former college roommates, Fran and Burt Levey). Gloria's fine eye for'
detail and decorator Roy Weissell's appointments made this an un-
forgettable gathering for all their friends.
INSTALLATION: Marlene (Mrs. Donald) Berg, who was installed
as the new president of the Miami Ballet Society, expects her fifth in
July. Martha (Mrs. Lester) Mishcon, vice president, welcomed new
members, including Zelda (Mrs. Stanley) RosenthaL Wendy (Mi. Ira)
Rothfleld, Carolyn (Mrs. Jay) Swidler, who just opened her own gift
shop, Roz (Mrs. Harvey) Ruvin, Betty (Mrs. Dan) Osmau and Patty
(Mrs. Marvin) Gross. An afternoon of highly diverse and entertaining
talents was presented during the afternoon in the Cotillion Room.
MARATHON: Roehelle and Marshall Baltuch left for Disney World,
where they will spend a few days, in celebration of their first wedding
anniversary before going to Fairlawn, N.J., to attend the June 25 wed-
ding of David Mandel. youth director of Beth Torah Congregation, and
Beatrice Mirchin. Other Miamians who will attend are David's parents.
Shirley and Harry Mandel, his sisters. Abby and Ellen, Henny and Joe
Golden. Sylvia Ziffer and her son, Mark, and David Winton. who will
serve as best man. The Baltuchs and Henny Golden will leave from
there for seven weeks in Israel, where they will be part of the staff
of the United Synagogue Youth Pilgrimage in which 600 teenagers
from all over the country will participate. Henny's husband, Joe, hopes
to.join them for at least two of the exciting weeks. Then, would you
believe, upon arriving back in the States, the Baltuchs will go directly
to Hendersonvilie. N.C., to direct a USY leadership training camp for
eight days?? Thank goodness for wash and wear; USY is definitely
on the move. Local teens going on tour with the group are Diane
Lipson and Mlndy Abrams to Israel, Bonnie Glnris, six weeks cross
country U.S.A. and Irvin Reinhard, Reena Abramawitz, Marta Rott-
man and Nell Bretan six weeks in Russia and other Iron Curtain
countries. Hannv Landing everybody!
(HECK: The Patrons presented a check for $50,000 (raised at the
annual 'Round the World Fair) to Lew Dorn, director of the Museum
of Science, at his luncheon in the Promenade. Two of the 150 ladies
attending were Helene (Mrs. Murray) Dubbin and Peggy (Mrs. Max)
Brown.
MOVED: The Hadassah-sponsored Zionist Youth Commission re-
cently moved into new and larger quarters at 1820 NE 163rd St Mike
Pousman is the director of the Florida Division. Helen (Mrs. Maxwell)
Weishcrg, who has manv titles to her namepast president of the Chai
Chanter, past president of the Greater Miami Chanter of Hadassah.
chairman of the Youth Activities programhas now been elected to
the offir of regional vice oresident. Both Mike and Helen are bursting
With pride because so manv of their "kids" have been selected bv the
Hadassnh Yo'ith Committee for the Hashachar Year-Course Studv Pro-
gram in Israel: this is education and traimn? for young loadershin
within the Judaea Movement. Among the children chosen from the
Miami area are Jana Zwerner, Kenny Snvder, Linda Berman, Pan!
DralneV an Jerusalem for five months, living in dormitories at Mount Scopus, and
then work in kibbutzim for the balance of the year.
MBS. ALAN H. POT Amis
Potam kin-Courshon
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur H. Cour-
shon of Miami Beach announce the
marriage of their daughter, De-
anne Hope, to Alan Henry Po'om-
kin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor
Potamkin of Philadelphia and Mi-
ami Beach, June 10. The family
wedding took place at the home
of the bride's parents.
Mr. Potamkin is a graduate of
Wharton School of Finance and is
now active in the management of
Potamkin Chevrolet. Mrs. Potam-
kin is a graduate of Miami Beach
High School and the University
of Florida, and holds a master's
degree in speech and hearing pa-
thology from Boston University.
Mr. and Mrs. Potamkin plan to
live in Miami upon their return
from their honeymoon on the West
Coast.
MKS. KENNETH M. TUCH
Tuch-Goldin
A noon wedding performed bv
Rabbi David Raab united the for-
mer Harriet Golriin and Kenneth
Martin Tuch Sunday, June 18, at
the Algiers Hotel.
The bri > is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Edward Goldin, 137D
Monad Tor. She grad,-ated from
Miami Beach Senior High School
and Miami-Dade Junior Co'!eg
and attended Floria Atlantic Uni-
versity.
Son of M"\ and M~3. Sam Tuch
1811 SW 36th Ave., the bridegroom
is a gradupte of Miami S nior Hih
School and the University of Mi-
ami. He is presently tea"hing.
Attending the couple wore K:\ino
Pressman, maid of honor, Robert
Tu?h best >-an. and M<^v! Titc'-
Sheldon Schrager, Pat Baker and
Ed Laoff, ushers.
On their return from a honev.
moon in Jamaica, the couple will
live in South Miami.
A ronovitz-Weinstein
Leslec Candace Weinstein and !
Tod Nathan Aronovitz were unit-
ed in marriage Saturday. June 17
at Pine Tree Country Club, in I
Birmingham. Ala. The ceremonv
was followed by a reception and
dinner for the new lyweds.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis
WeillStein, of Birmingham, the
new Mrs. Aronovitz attended the
University of Oklahoma and the
University of Georgia, where she ,
graduated with a degree in Ele- i
mentary Education. She is a mem- i
ber of Sigma Delta Tan and on the
Sweetheart Court of Tau Epsilon
Phi.
Her husband, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Sidney M. Aronovitz. j
301 Shore Drive East, graduated
from Ransom School and the Un- |
versity of Georgia where he was
a member of Tau Epsilon Phi. He
is presently attending the Univer-
sity of Miami School of Law.
For her wedding, the bride se-
lected a gown of organza and
jeweled peau d'Ange lace. Her
lace bodice featured a sheer yoke
with a Victorian neckline and long
bishop sleeves, appliqued with
pearled lace. Scalloped lace and
pearls bordered her controlled
skirt and cathedral train. A pearl-
ed lace Camelot cap held her veil.
Her flowers were a cascade of or-
chids and roses on her Confirma-
tion Bible.
April Weinstein served as her
sister's maid of honor and Mrs.
i Mark Crayne was matron of hon-
or. Karen Aronovitz and Mrs. [
| Gene Glasser. sisters of the bride- !
! groom, and Deborah Kimcrling I
were bridesmaids. The bridal at-
tendants were outfitted in chiffon
gowns with multi colored skirts.
Their spring floral bouquets were
coordinated with the rainbow
shades featured in the gowns.
Sidney Aronovitz served as his
son's best man. Groomsmen were
Gary Daitch. Gene Glasser, Steve
Miller, and Ira Warshaw. Ushers
were Bob Feinstein and Ira Silver.
After a wedding trip to the Vir-
gin Islands, the newlyweds will
live in South Miami.
Genet :-.ic! David Ger.ct, brothers
of the bridegroom.
The now Mrs. Genet, a graduate
of Miami Beach Senior High
School, attended Connecticut Col-
leg.' for Women and the Univer-
sity of Miami.
Hr r husban* atso ijraduated
from Miami Beach Sent >r High
School and ha> a degree from the
University of Miami. He is now
in his final year at the U-M Law
School.
The couple will live in South
Miami.
Genet-Kuplan
Helen Iris Kap:an and Sanrio'
Field Genet exchanged vows
Thursday, May 25, at the Eden
Roc Hotel. Dr. Berel Wcin ifi'ici
j ated at the 7 p.m. ceremony.
Parents of the newlyweds are
Dr. and M>S. Sherman Kaplan.
4444 Pino Tre Dr., and Mr. and
Mrs. Martin Genet, 4376 N. Michi
gan Ave.
For the n-ntia's. t"e bride se-
lected a gown of si'k organza
with a cotton Venice lace bodice
and Bishop s'eeves. \n o"*"e
bl< sfom headoii ce with a trinle
t;er va'1 of I'lusion co!>>'"' th--
ensemble. Ms. Barbara Fct"r
the bride's sister, served as her
mr'-.-on o! honor.
I t man to the bridegroom was
is brot^r Michael C, n n and
ushers Included Dr. Michael Kao-
lan and D-, Steven Kanlan. t1"-
bride's brothers, and Benjamir
Zelko-Lelchuk
Judith Helene, daughter of Mr.
and M-s. Herbert S. Lelchuk. 201
NE .24th St.. exchanged marital
vows .>ith Robert Alan Olko Sun-
day, June 18. at the Eden Roc
Hotel whrre a recent ion followed.
Rabbi Joseph G:>rfinkel conducted
the 6 p.m. ceremony.
For hei wedding, the oride wore
a candlelight satin gown with lace
and pearls und carried an arrange,
ment of roses and orchids on a
Bible. Her attendants were Jan
Irwin and Mr?. Richer-'- Lelchuk.
The bridegroom is the son of
William Zelko of Cape Coral, ind
Mrs. Arnold Levin of Sheffield
Lake, Ohio. His best man was
Lawrence Zelko. and Robert Daroe
and Richard Lelchuk ushered.
New Mrs. Zelko is attending the
University of South Florida in
Tampa, and is active in Young
Ju. aea. Her husband is a graduate
of the University of South Florida
School of Accounting.
On their return from a honey-
moon in Jamaica, the newlyweds
will live in Tampa.
Gersten-MUler
Sharri Helene Miller, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Irving E. Miller,
2305 Lake Ave.. anc David Michael
Gersten, son of Judge and Mrs.
Joseph Gersten, 5750 Collins Ave.,
exchanged marriage vows Satur-
day, June 17. Rabbi Leon Kronish
officiated at the evening ceremony
"M at W. stvJew Co-intry Club
where a reception followed the
nuptials.
The b.ide wore her mother's
dress of ivory slipper satin with
lace cutouts down the front panel.
The ensemble was completed with
an ivory lace mantilla and a bou-
quet of orchids and pink tea roses.
Michelle Sue Miller, the bride's
rister, Lerved as :.aid of honor.
Bridesmaids inciuded Judy Ger-
sten, the g"oom's sister, Wendy
Seymour. Jnl Harris, Mindy Fried-
man, Susan G.ittermuth, Bryna
Scheinman, Rinec and Cary
Mi'ior.
Joseph Gersten served as his
brother's best man; ush"rs were
Christopher Gallen, David Harvey,
R nald Green, Mark Owen, An-
drew Lehrman Morris Lansburgh
Jr.. ard Gary Monroe.
The new Mr. and Mrs. Gersten
both graduated f-om Miami B uch
Senior High School and attended
the Univers ty of Florida where he
served n= pe-i -t of Alpha Bp-
siion Phi fraternity and is a mem-


Friday. June 23. 1972
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MRS. ROBERT A. ZCLKO
her of Florida Blue Key. When h"
completes his undergraduate work
at the University of Florida, the
brideproom will attend law school.
On thoir return from a honey-
moon in Europe, the couple will
live in Gainesville.
K ritzer-A ronson
Cydnev Louise Aronson and
CraiR Herbert Kritzer were mar-
ried on Sunday, June 18, at the
home of the bride's aunt and un-
cle, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weiss.
5815 Alton Rd. Rabbi Leon Kro-
nish officiated at the 12:30 p.m.
ceremonv which was followed by
a reception.
For the nuptials, the bride se
lected a silk peau do soie frock
trimmed with pale pink satin, a
matching hat and veil, and carried
white camelias. Her attendants
were Mrs. Mitchell Aronson, ma-
tron of honor, and Rona Kritzer,
maid of honor.
Daughter of the late Mr. and
Mrs. Harold J. Aronson of Miami .
Beach and Cleveland, Ohio, the ,
new Mrs. Kritzer is a graduate of
Miami Beach Senior High School j
and of the University of Florida,
with honors.
Her husband is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Man-in Kritzer. 320
West 26th St. Mitchell Aronson
served as his best man.
A graduate of Norland Senior
High School, Mr. Kritzer gradu-
ated, cum laude, from the Univer-
sity of Florida Law School. He is
a member of Florida Blue Key,
Phi Eta Sigma. Phi Alpha Thcta.
Phi Kappa Phi, Tau F.psilon Phi.
Phi Delta Phi and Order of the
Coif.
The couple will honeymoon in
Mexico City.
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Judy J. Stern
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Wearing a gown <>f off-white brocade
carr; ing white roses, Judy Jacqueline,
the daughter ol Rabbi and Mrs. Tibor H.
Stern, 3606 Flamingo Dr., married Myron
tiure on Sunday, June 18.
The iii le"s grandfather. Rabbi Abraham
inschneider, and her father, Rabbi
Stern, spiritual leader of the Jacob C.
Cohen Community Synagogue, officiated at
the 6:30 p.m. ceremony which was followed
by a reception at the Deauville Hotel. The
bride is a 10th generation descendant of
!.')' Baal Sham Tov. founder of Chasidism.
Three daughters of Rabbi and Mrs. Stern
have preceded Judy down the bridal path
at the Deauville Hotel in recent years, and
the social event was again held under the
stars in a traditional ceremony. Some 40
rabbis from all parts of the country and
from Israel assembled for the occasion.
The wine used in the ceremony was made
seme 30 years ago by Jacob Stern of Hun-
gary and Mexico, the bride's grandfather.
Honor attendants to the bride were
Gloria Garfunkcl and Mrs. Judy Sprot^er.
Bridesmaids included Eleanor Gurell, Sheri
Steinberg, Lisabeth Bernstein, Ellen Wein-
stein and Rebeccah Wcinschneider.
Best man to the bridegroom was Shimon
Katz. Ushers included Joshua Gurell, Ira
Gurell, Steven Singer. Sam Lachs, Neil
Kllman and David Goldman.
The bride, a graduate of Miami Beach
Senior High School received her B.A. de-
gree from Stern College for Women. Her
husband, the son of Mrs. Martin Gurell of
New York City, is a graduate of Yeshiva
University, did graduate work at Bernard
Baruch Business College, and will continue
his studies in Jerusalem, Israel.
Among messages sent to the newlyweds
were greetings from Zalman Shazar, Presi-
dent of Israel, and World Rabbinic leader,
the Lubavitcher Rabbi.
The couple will honeymoon in Israel and
will live in Jerusalem.
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Friday. June 23, 1972
Dr. Dennis To Serve Third
Term As Hillel's President
Dr. Joel B. Dennis lias been. building; Mrs. Joshua Weinbers,
elected to serve a third term as public relations; Harvey Baxter,
president of the Hillei Community legal affairs, and Ben Genad.
Day School. j transportation. Executive board
I members at large are Theodore
Serving with Dr. Dennis will be Lcmer and Herbert Gold.
Members of the board of gov-
ernors for the school include: Mr. i
and Mn. Harvey Baxter, Mr. and
Mrs. Marshall Baltach, -Mr. and
Mrs. Irving fanner, Mr. and Mrs.
living Sirulnick, Mr. and Mrs. j
Merrill Cohen. Mrs. Cyril Doner, '
Dr. and Mrs. Joel Dennis. Dr. and
Mrs. Melvyn Drinker, Dr. and
Mrs. Lee Duffner, Dr. and Mrs.
Sam Feldman, Dr. and Mrs. Ralph
Frankel, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Genad.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Go'd, Mr.
and Mrs. Milton Hornstein. Dr. ,
and Mrs. Murray Kane, Mr. ami
Mrs. Marvin Katz and Dr. and
Mrs. Ben Zlon Kirschenbaum.
Also Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kol-
tunovsky, Mr. and Mrs. William
Koppel, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Kromsky, Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Kuttler, Dr. and Mrs. Miles Kutt-
ler, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Lcrner,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lipson. Mr.
and Mrs. Rudolph Mann. Mr. and
Mis. Max Rothenberg, Mr. and
Mrs. Michael Scheck, Mr. and Mrs. .
Leonard Schreiber, Mr. and Mrs. j
Saul Schreiber. Dr. and Mrs. Ar- (
nold Sheir. Mr. and Mrs. Roliert .
Shupack, Mr. and Mrs. Don Solo- j
nion, Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Wein- j
berg, Judge and Mrs. Arthur Win-
ton, Mr. and Mrs. William Wolo-
witz, Mr. and Mrs. Morton Zemel. '
World Champion Swimmer
Returns To Teach At V
OK. JOEL B. DENNIS
!
Mrs. Leonard Schreiber, vice pies- j
ident; Morton B. Zemel. secretary;
Arthur Lipson. treasure:; and
Mrs. Irving Kuttler, corresponding
secretary and auction chairman.
Vice presidents who serve on
the executive board include Irving
Kuttler, education; living Canner,
finance; Dr. Lee Duffner. regis-
tration; Judge Arthur Winton.
food services; Don Solomon, bud-
get and personnel; Saul Schreiber,
scholarship; William Wolowitz,
house; Leonard Schreiber, site and
BBW Chapter Sends
Delegates To Confab
Harmony Chapter, B'uai B'rith
Women, elected Mrs. Sara Sirota.
president, and Mrs. Minna Cohen,
past president, to represent th<
chai>ter at the 32nd annual con-
vention of B'nai B'rilh Wo.wp
Distinct 5 in Washing'on, D.C..
this week.
B'nai B'rith Women is an Inter-
national Jewish service organiza-
tion with 140.000 memhiTs en air-
ing in civic, educational and nhil-
anthronic programs throughout
Ihe world.
The new Health Center on
Miami-Dade Junior College's
South Campus, which will be
dedicated Sunday, is named
for the Rev. Canon Theodore R
Gibson, recior of Chrisl Episco
pal Church, Coconut Grove,
and a member of the Miami
City Commission. The sixth ma-
jor building on South Campus
the three-level, 116.096 sq. ft.
center at the northern end of
the academic complex contains
a 4,000-seat gymnasium with
Tartan floor, classroomr,, offices,
dance studio, combatives room
and training room.
A world champion swimmer wili
have come full circle when sh. re-
turns to the Greater Miami YM- |
VWHA this summer to teach
swimming in the "Y"s throe inde-
pendent camping programs.
Rrtvcea Selilurf 17. began her
own swimming career with the
Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) in
Miami at the tender age of 7; she
was coached by Boh Krie nan at
WcstChester Country Club now
the central branch of the YM-
VWHA at 8500 SW 8th St.
Miss Seitlin, who will he in-
structing campers 7 years and
older at the "Y," earned the dis-
tinction of being the youngest par-
ticipant in the Eighth World Mac-
cabiah Games in Israel in !9ti9
She attended the games as one oi
the six Jewish girls representing
the United States.
On the home front, Rebecca,
daughter of Florida Goto Coast
AAU president Louis Seitlin and
Mrs. Seitlin has been named AAU |
"All American" swimmer four I
times and has been a member of
the All-City Swim T.-am since
1989. She received trophies for be-
ing the outstanding female athlete
in Miami Springs High School for
three years In succession,
W'X\\ 1988, Rebecca was featured
by Sports Illustrated -nagazi.-ie in
an article entitled ""Faces in the
Crowd" She has earned medals
as an outstanding female swimmer
in Guatamala and San Salvador,
and has been a medalist Hires
times in the Women- Nationals at
Los Angeles and Cincinnati.
Miss Seitlin, who has set as her
next goal a gold medal in the
world Olympics, i, rw ft working
with coach Bill Dlas Since the
"Y"s swimming poo: .< considered
to be the largest in Dade County,
Rebecca should hav< a full sum-
mer of teaching and training.
There is no way of U lling how
many future "All Americans" she
may influence, but we can be sure
that she has alrea ly "made
waves."
the only
Mrs. Ferdie To Run
For JWV Office
Mrs, Evelyn Lowe, president,
Murray Solomon Post Ladies Aux-
iliary, Jewish War Veterans, will
head a delegation to the JWV
Department of Florida annual
convention at the Americana Ho-
j tel on June 23 to 25.
Mrs. Evelyn Ferdie is being
1 sponsored by the auxiliary for the
office of junior vice president or
I the Department of Florida for
' 1972-73. A member of the auxili-
ary' since 1959, Mrs. Ferdie has
served as president, treasurer,
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    Boa Ml
    an Mrs. Gc-orsje E Warner ot
    Pa.co. Wash., his paterra! sjrand-
    nxrther tl M-s. Ida Freis of Denver
    Colo.
    W.r.k./I C...o l.uro XapJc*
    Stie/ Smi
    GRCGC WASSERMAX
    The Bar Mitzvah of Gregg Man
    >or. of Mr. and Mrs. Ca:! Waaaer-
    man. 13925 SW "4th Avcv i1! \r
    obeerved Saturday June L'4 at Beth
    Da\ i<5 Congregation.
    An honor roll student, Gr in the eighth grad-? at Pa'nv-tto
    Junior High School and his at-
    ten.ied Beth David Religious
    School for six yea-v
    Mr. and Mrs. Washerman wil |
    hor.or their son at a njceatnn in
    the Algiers Hotel. Among ftUBta
    will be his grandparents. Mr. and,
    Mr*. Ben Lubel of New Orleam!
    and Mrs. Pauline Wajvrman o';
    Miami.
    it -tr '
    LAURA KAPLAN
    Laura, daughter of Dr. aid Mr*
    Arnold Kaplan, will observe herj
    Bat Mitzvah this comin? Friday 1
    evening at Beth Torah Congr. Ra-
    tion.
    The celebrant is in tv> seventh
    Trade at John F. Kennedy Jur.i >r
    High School. She is a rswiV' o'
    the National Junior Hono- S'i'ietv.
    >von the Larramore-Rader Poetrv
    Cor.test and the DAR Award. She
    s in the fourth grade at Beth
    Torah's Harold Wolk Religious
    School.
    Dr. and Mrs Kaolan wF.1 hono'-
    *Jeir daughter at the 0*>eg S^ab-
    >at following the cerrnoiv. At>i<*;
    {eats will be Laura's grandpar-
    ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Kaplan an14
    Mr. and Mrs. B. Riskin.
    fj 4, A
    SAMI'KI. SUSI
    Samuel, son of Mr. and Mrs.
    Roberto Susi. will become Bar!
    Mitzvah Saturday. June 24. a-
    Temple Emanu-El.
    Samuel is a gradate of the af-
    ternoon religious school of Temple
    Emanu-El and is a wvanth irade
    student at Nautilus Junior High
    SehooL
    The ce'.ebrant will bo honored
    *ith a receptijn at Temple Emanu-
    El. His grandparents, Mr. and
    Mrs. Alfredo Susi, will attend the
    event.
    V -Cr it
    MARSHALL CANNON
    Mental] Alar., son of Dr. and
    Mrs. Stanley J. Cannon, wi'.! be-
    come Bar Mitzvah Saturday. Jun-
    24. at Temple Zion.
    Ma-shall is a student a*
    Palmetto Junior High SehooL
    Dr. an." Mrs. Cannon will co-
    host the Oneg Shabbat Friday
    night and host the Kk&iush Sat-
    urday morning following services
    There will also be a reception at
    Temple Zion Saturday overling in
    Marshall's honor.
    Among guests will be the grand-
    parents Mr. and M-s. Irving Can-
    non, also members of Temple Zior.
    and Mrs. Estelle Rooff of Miami
    Beach.
    f7 V ft
    KIRK FREIS
    Saturday. June 24. at Temple
    Tifereth Jacob Kirk, son of Mr.
    and Mrs. Robert Freis. will be-
    come Bar Mitzvah.
    Kirk, an eighth grade student
    at Palm Springs Junior Kigh
    School, plays on the footba'." team
    cnopored by the Palm Springs
    Optimists Cub.
    Mr. and Mrs. Fre;s will host the
    Oneg Shabbat following ser ices
    Friday night and a Kiddu-h follow-
    ing the ceremony Saturday.
    Maternal grandparents are Mr.
    THereth Jacob Sisterhood
    Donor Dinner Held Saturday
    Rahhi Nathan Z->Iondek a.ni h: =
    "ife Rose, wre honored pwtti
    he Sisterhoof* of Terr.ole Tifereth
    ta'Tob dono- dinner where :ho*e
    vho had given of themselves in
    various ways this nt year were
    vc^eniz'-o. The affair took place
    at the South Pacific in Hallandale
    Satu-'ay evening.
    Among those h^>"ored a* th
    -"inner were Mrs. Os"a' Mcon
    Mrs. Leon ELsenman. Mrs. Harry
    Dp-k. M-s. Sidnev Do-n. M-s Bes-
    sie Goldberg. M-s. Da- id Go'dberg
    Mrs. Albert Gordon. M-s Richard
    O-ossr-nn M-s. Sidney Kamo'nick
    Mrs. Ph*Ur. Levbie. M-s. A'ber*
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    Friday. June 23, 1972
    *Jen\incrictgan
    Page 13-P
    Pinchas Zukerman
    X *
    Miriam fried
    Herman Wouk
    Richard Tucker
    David Barenboim
    Great Artists Series To Feature
    Four Musicians, Famous Author
    Four outstanding musicians and
    famous author will bo fea'uredl
    remple Beth Sholom- fifth an-
    al Great Artists Series, accord-
    to an announcrment nia.'e bv
    iv Druckei. chairman.
    -Mir. will begin with .> Nov. lit.
    piano recital by David Barenb. n
    pianist-conductor from Israel Oct
    World-famour author Herman
    Wouk whose 'Winds of War" is a
    current ben seller, .vil! speak

    More than 300 persons turned out Saturday, June 10, to wish
    Miami Beach Councilman Jerome Greene, "Happy Birth-
    day" at the Seacoast Towers East. Guests Ben Grenald,
    (left) a member of the Tourist Development Authority, and
    Mrs. Grenald.
    Pinchas Zukerman, internation-
    ally known Israeli violinist, wil.
    a| pi ar for the second time on
    the scries. Jan. 7, 1973. His first ap-
    pearance in the Greatci Miami
    area was in 1968.
    In honor .,:" Beth Shol i n's !3th
    anniversary and the 25th anniver-
    sary of Israel's independence, the
    world-renowned Metropolitan Op-
    era tenor. Ri har Tucker, wil] be
    featured Feb. 11, 197.;. In the
    Miami Beach Auditorium, with
    Alain Lombard conducting the
    Miami Philharmonic Orchestra in
    a special gala performance and
    program geared to the double cel-
    ebration
    The Great Artists Series pro-
    gram will wind up with a violin
    recital by the young Israeli vio-
    linist, Miriam Fried, who was
    awarded first prize in the Queen
    Elizabeth of Belgium Competition.
    April 14, 1972.
    Mrs. Druckcr annources that
    applications for "Angel" and
    "Sponsor" membership n the se-
    ries are available; information
    may be obtained by contacting the
    temple office.
    The executive commitiee of the
    series includes William Alper. Mr.
    and Mrs. Arthur Courshon, Mr.
    and Mrs. Jack R. Courshon. Mr.
    and Mrs. Jack D. Gordon. Eli Kat-
    zin, James S. Knopke. Mrs. Meyer
    Kotler. Rabbi and Mrs. Leon Kron-
    ish, Mrs. Eli M. Lurie, Mrs. Mar-
    vin Marx, Mr. and Mrs. David
    Miller, Mrs. Irving E. Miller, Mrs.
    Leonard Miller, Dr. an'' Mrs. A
    Lawrence Rose. Mrs. Julius Set.
    Mrs. Harry B. Smith, Mr. and Mrs.
    Marvin Stonberg and Mrs. Lewis
    E. Zo-n.
    Emery Stern, a resident of Burleigh House, receives a birth-
    day cake from Mrs. Gloria Miller, manager of American
    Savings North Shore office, 200-71st St. during American
    Savings' recent first year "birthday celebration." Over
    1,200 birthday cakes were distributed to visitors at the North
    Shore office during a four-day period early this month.
    Jewish lore ... as it pertains to the Netherlands Antilles
    . is contained in the books sent to Miami City Commis-
    sioner Irwin G. Christie, (left) by the lieutenant governor of
    Curacao, A. Eligio Kibbelaar, following Mr. Christie'.1; recent
    goodwill visit to the city of Curacao. Charles LaCombe pre-
    sented the volumes to Mr. Christie on behalf of the lieutenant
    governor.
    During the Memorial Day Patriotic Rally at the Miami
    Beach Auditorium, presented by Miami Beach Lodge 1591,
    B'nai B'rith, Samuel Pascoe, (left) who acted as master of
    c.-remonies for the program (sponsored by Chase Federal
    Savings & Loan Association as a public service) received
    a laminated certificate of appreciation from Chase Fsderal's
    vice president, George W. Valentine, and personnel direc-
    tor, Dan Thompson. More than 3,500 persons attended the
    rally, where Gov. Reubin Askew was the main speaker.
    Mr. and Mrs. Milton Kessler,
    222 NW 22nd Ave., were
    aboard the SS Ariadne on a
    recent cruise to Nassau and
    i Freeport, Grand Bahamas, from
    Port Everglades, and enjoyed
    shopping, the tropical sun and
    native entertainment in Nas-
    sau's exciting clubs
    The Miami 43 Chapter of the United Order of True Sisters
    recently presented their annual $1,000 check to the Mount
    Sinai Medical Center. The gilt, earmarked for the treatment
    of indigent cancer patients, was presented by Mrs. Ruth
    Buschelle, (left) president of the chapter, and Mrs. Mae
    Fuller, past president and caea cancer chairman of Miami
    43. Accepting on behalf of the hospital are Samuel Fried-
    land, president of Mount Sinai, and Samuel Gertner,
    (right) executive vice president-
    Libel Suit Is Filed
    COPENHAGEN (WNS) Dr.
    Michael Brojde-Trepper, whose
    father, Leopold Trepper was the
    head of a Soviet spy ling in West-
    ern Europe during World War II.
    announced that he has filed a libel
    suit against Jean Rochet, head of
    the French counter espionage ser-
    vice. Rochet had charged that
    Leopold Trepper collaborated with
    the Nazis during World War II.
    The case will come to trial Oct. 11.
    Dr. Juan Gonzalez, (right) former Cuban champion, studies
    his next move in a crucial match with Robert Eastwood dur-
    ing the recent Camer Bank Open Chess Tournament.
    Gonzalez defeated Eastwood and went on to defeat Florida
    champion Eduardo Celorio for the title. The Camer Bank
    sponsored the 5-round Swiss-style tournament, held under
    the auspices of the Miaini Beach Chess Club, and donated
    the first prize, a trip to Reykjavik, Iceland to see the world
    championship match between American Grand Master
    Bobby Fischer and World Champion Boris Spassky of
    the U.S.S.R.


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    Friday. June 2: [972
    Obituaries
    ICCAl NOTICE
    LEGAL NOTICE
    KIMMEL
    Beyueoter Larry "f Miami Reach
    pBanOII ;iu;ij Thursday, Juin- t." in
    Ruffalo. N Y. Cane- here _'" vc:irs
    ..ir- from Buffalo, N.Y. Hi mui past
    salted ruler of Miitnii nah Elkh
    Lodge ItM, also "ii board of direc-
    tor* of Mount Wnal Hospital, Mad
    degree Mason Sur\ iv. Iiena, **>n Kenneth Benjamin, daugh-
    ter Allison Susa'i mother Mr* Ben-
    jamin Kimm*-I and father th. late
    Renjanaifi Kimmpl. Brother Marvin
    Kimm'-I and the late Henry Kimm-1.
    :.ll of Miami Doaofa. ulster* Prancee
    f Miami Beach M Pinter, Lewlaton, N V ,>nd Mrs
    David riii nil tan ..f Jacksonville.
    Services ware held Monday at Rrrer-
    Ida Muaauilal Chanel. IMO .'< n ltd
    Interment in Mt N.l.o \ n,. tcr>
    tar :'l con*K-utive years of the
    American l-cglon Post <:.. and a
    BMaaber of Sigma Alpha Mu frater-
    nity. Be learve* his Widow, Rosa A.
    Lev eat eon, a wn Jim I-tvenson. con-
    Htahle of Miami Bench, a daughter-
    i: > lit \\. CaroL and two grandchildren.
    Mark and Eileen Services ware held
    ai the New man Funeral Home. l">"*
    Dade HImI Interment In Mt. Nebo
    1 metery.
    ROGERS
    GREENBERG
    IrrhiaL of (TO s\v Knd Are .
    paaaed away Sundn) evening. June
    IS. H.- bad bean resident of Miami
    for the past So jaai. ooenlng front
    Chicago, Ill Mr. Qreenberg an th.
    founder and owner of Weal Miami
    Hardware and Paint store h.- war
    a paal treasurer and pael president
    of w.-i .Miami l.i..'- Club and eras
    preaanfly actively aervlng ;ts
    tary. He had been very active In the
    ijon- Rye Bank and other philan-
    thropic actlvltlea of the Linns Club
    ii- waj alaa .. paal Brand noble nl
    the Odd Fellow*, and was a member
    of the hoard of directors of T<*mi>!e
    SSIon. He is survived by his willow.
    Co-., two daughter* Sir* Jeanette
    Wolf, Mrs Frieda Rechtman of Mi-
    ami, a brother, Sam Oreenberg of
    Chicago, five erandchlldren, l erent-
    grandcbild. Services were he'd Tues-
    day at Gordon Funeral Hcnte. with
    interment m Mt .wi,. Cemetery.
    Jacob (Willie). '4. of Miami, passed
    away Suniiav. June is. Came here 13
    year* arc. from Akron. Ohio opened
    Roger Trading Center, lirnrnl Art
    ut drove, Meaaber of Handicap
    Cnited an.I Amorir.tn Jewish Con*
    Ten Bekrvad husband ot I.ottle.
    beloved father of Mrs Adete Dranow,
    beloved era ml father of Ronald M i
    Dranow, Mrs Marlene Braoff, be-
    lov.-d great-grandfather of N'orris
    Braoff, all 01 Miami, beloved ancle (
    Mr- Tina Rudolf. Brooklyn. Servicep
    were h- ! morial Chapat, 1717 8W I7th Ave..
    with Interment in ML Nebo Ceme-
    tery.
    IN THE COUNTY -.UDoE S CuURl
    IN AND t-OR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    IN PROBATE
    No. SOU-
    NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
    APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
    AND FINAL DSCHARbe
    IN HE: Estate of
    MERLE SAVITT
    D<-cca*el.
    NOTICE i~ hereby green that l h.-n-
    fil.-l my Kinul Report and PetlUoti
    for Pi'Tlbu'i'-n and Final [ttaebarRt
    :. Administratrix C.T.A of the on-
    tate of MKUI.K BAVrTT, deceai-ea.
    and that on the ;ith day of July.
    I*7S, will ptTy to' tlie Honorabli
    County Judces of nade CYtinty, Kl"i
    Ida, for approval of said Final Report
    and for distribution and final dire
    chaive us Administratrix. C.T.A, of
    th- elate of th-- abo\*e*named de-
    redenl Thin l( day of June, |frj
    Carole s Baviti
    Administratrix. C.T.A,
    SPARBElt. zi:mi:i rorkin and
    HEILBRONN'BR. P. A.
    Attorni jm
    inn x. Blacayne Bonlex'ard
    Miami. Florida SSI43
    : a-S 7 7-14
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    VOTICK IB HKHKHV OIVK.N 'hat
    the anderaUmed, deslrln.- to .mrase
    in husin.s under the fi. titiou- name
    of CAXTTNA8 KIFINK a) MS B.W.
    7th Av.tiu.. Apt. 2. Miami. Fl. In-
    tend* to retrtater said name with '"<-
    Clerk of ih. Clrcall Cowl i'-"1'
    County. Florida.
    JOSKFINA I.ASTUA
    6 .s-:: 7 7-M
    LEGAL NOTICE
    Ih.t
    n.lmtj
    num-
    'y at
    Ii
    f tho
    Kor.
    Hh
    LEVENSON
    Qeonre s. T*. chaplain emeritus,
    honorary life member of the Miami
    Beach Klks Lod*e I flat, naaeed awa>
    su day evening, June is. Mr.
    lievenaon v.a- resident ..f Miami
    Hea< Ii for the paal M jraaia. living
    at l&M Bay PML, M.I;. He came here
    from Boston where he was a eradu-
    ateate of Harvard LTniveralty and
    Boston University Ijiw- Bcheol, I*hi
    Jleta Kappa. I'mil his death he was
    active a> vn, president of Service
    First Invuranee Altenc] He was past
    president of North Shore Il"nai
    H'rtth I>.iIl'< and a pa*t prenideiit
    mid found, i .1 the .Mass.t. hucetts
    'lub of Miami Beach. He won a
    World War I veteran and a member
    Palmers
    Miami Monument Csmaaay
    327* S.W. Ith Street, Miami
    444-0921 444-0922
    Open Sunday thru Friday
    Personalized Memorials Custom
    Crafted In Our Own Workihep.
    u*mU<&Aty?e6
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    I U> Om> Drfn
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    4 SfMNATKIMl BRAWER. Don >!. 4W1 Ocean Dr.,
    M B Kiv< i -i.i.
    COHEN. Samuel. B, Sot Euelid Ave,
    Mil. Newossu'
    BLUESTEIN. l.tlllan. .1 of N MB.
    COOPER, Bllsaboth, 12, of Jackson-
    ville Btasbers.. interment Mt.
    Nebo
    zuCKERMAN. Eleanor U, 77 .....
    Indian reek Drive, M It.
    ALTSCHULL. K-t.-ll.-. 78. >,f.|7 Col-
    lins Ave.. M u Riverside.
    COLDSTAUB, Ilyman. 7". of Surf.-ide.
    Rlveralde,
    GROSSMAN. Paul 71. IS.....'olllns
    Ave.. Mi; lti\. rside
    HARRIS, Irene, 4". of N.M I!
    horowitz. Hymao, ;>. of South
    .Miami. Riverside.
    klein. l.ouis. St, II..... S Treasure
    Dr.. North Bay Village. Ulasberr;,
    MARKWITZ. Lillian, ;. 4121 Indian
    i Veek I>r MM. Riverside.
    merstein. Loeb R >;7. ..f mi:
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    i mintus. Manning A 7-;. of M B
    Riverside. Interment Mi. Nebo,
    RICHMOND, Ixnbelle W., 6>i, of
    K MM
    SCHIFFMAN. Tillie. M, .14 CoUinS
    Ave.. M B. Itlasbent.
    SCHULMAN. Vael, S4. l"" Meridian
    Ave.. M.ll. 'e.r.l'.n. Intetmeiu Mt.
    SCHUSTER. Sara. 7f, of N.M.11
    Riverside.
    SILVER, l.-ona. 78, 7 Collins Ave ,
    M It Ulanberg.
    STARR. Irvina. 71'. 100 Lincoln ltd..
    M.B. Newma.n.
    strauch. < hurley, HM Pennsyl-
    vania Ave.. Mil Riverside.
    WEILL. Minnie K.. 82. SIS N W
    VSth Kd. Oordon. Interment Mt
    Nebo.
    bresnick. Bather Rose, 70, of
    Miami. Riverside.
    BRESNICK. William Wolf, G. "f
    Miami. Riverside.
    DRASHINSKY. fella. 77.. of M.B.
    Riverside. Interment Mt Sinai.
    EDELMAN. Max. 10, of M.B.
    Riverside.
    HANDLER. Anna. 74. 1*27 Collins
    Ave.. M.II.
    Gladstone. Shirley, ;;. "-ii \" F.
    '.th St. Riverside.
    GRUSHKA. Isay. U, of m ii. River-
    side. Interm.-nt Mt. Xebo.
    HALL. Man us I).. 73. 1624 W. -t Dr..
    Ml: lllverside.
    PAPAS, Bather F... :.;. lost N.K l7!th
    Ter MR. Riverside
    SIEGAL, Henry, 7.".. of Bay Harln.r
    Islnnds. Riverside. Internu-iit Mt.
    .Who.
    STARR, Irwin <:., M, of Or.envllle,
    Miss Riverside. Interment Mt.
    Nebo.
    STERN. Manny. M, of M.B I'.iv.r-
    sicU-.
    TIKTIN. \jenn. 77. 91" Collins Ave .
    M.B. IllasberB.
    COHEN. Sara, 77. of Miami. River-
    side.
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    NO. 72-9337 Crawford
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    l.v RE Tli. Marriage ...
    II"!.IAN KIR8CH,
    Husband,
    and
    SARITA KIR8CH,
    Wife.
    Th SARITA KIRSCH
    til Street
    Port Lee N". m Jersej
    Vop ARK NOTIFIED thai a Peti-
    tion for Dissolution of Marriage has
    been entered against >..u. ami you
    *.i- required to serve n copj .f ><>ur
    mswer or pleading to the Petition on
    the Petitioner's attorney, JOSEPH
    DIBARTOLOMEO. MOD Bird Road.
    Miami. Florida ...ll.,.-.. and fib- th.
    ri.-o.al answ.r ..r pleading in th. ut-
    flce ..f the Clerk of tne nnuve < i.urt
    on or before Jui> jsth. i;.7_ it >..u
    'ail to do so. judgement by default
    will le taken against you for tne re-
    lief demanded in tin- Petition. The
    re'lef asked for in the Petition is
    dissolution of the marrlam ami child
    ustody rights
    This Notice shall be nuldisned "nee
    aoh week for four (4i ......secutive
    week- in Tilt jf.M ISM KIjORIPiA.\.
    DATED: June ;, lTt
    i: II I.KATHKIt.MAN
    Clerk, 'ir.-uit O.url
    By N.A. HEWBT1
    11. i.iitv clerk
    (Circuit Court Stall
    6 :? ,0 7-14
    GELB
    MONUMENTS INC.
    Open fery Dor Clojrd SshbolM
    140 SW 57th Ave. MU 18583
    Miami's Only Strictly Jrwish
    Monument Deolrr
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SEKVICE
    (NO PROPERTY)
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA. IN ANU FOF.
    DADE COUNTY.
    CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-12645
    AC ION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN itF: Th. marriage ..f:
    BARBARA WII.MA MILES
    Wife,
    and
    RATMOND EDWARD MII.KS.
    Husband.
    TO: KnYjuOND EDWARD MII.KS
    -" hagamore street
    Lynn. Masaacnusatts
    VOL* ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
    that an action for Dissolution of Mar*
    rlags has been filed ufralnst you an.l
    you are re your written defenses. If any, to it
    on WILLIAM F. JOHNSTON, atl.rr-
    ii. y for Petitioner, whose address is
    l!m Southwest Ti.ird Avenue, Miami,
    Florida SJ1J9, and file Ihe oriRinal
    with th.- ,-b-rk nl the above styled
    ourt on or before July 28. P.i72: oth-
    erwise a default win i.< catered
    ai;..in-i you for -he relief demande.1
    in the i.'omplaint or petition.
    This notice shall be published once
    each week for four consecutive weeks
    in THE JEWISH FLOUIDIAN.
    WITNESS my hand and the seal of
    said eoun at Miami. Florida on this
    :;ii day of June. 1*72.
    E. It. LdUtTHBRMAN,
    As C'lerK. Circuit Court
    Dade County. Florida
    U\ N. A HKWBTT
    As I>eputv Clerk
    (Circuit < '"iirt Seai
    WILLIAM F. JOHNSTON
    II..... BOUthWest 3 Wenuu
    Miami. Klorbiii BS7.22
    Attorney for Petitioner
    S'M-S" 7 7-11
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    IN PROBATE
    No. 72-732
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    rn RE: Estate of
    I IRIS l.ASt Hi >W
    I e.-. ased.
    To am Creditors and All Persons Min-
    ing claims or Demands Agalnal Said
    Bat ate:
    You are hereby notified and required
    to presenl any claims and di mauds
    which you mav have against Ihe es-
    tate i DORIS I.A8CHOW deceased
    I late of Dade County. Florida, lo the
    I County Judees of Dade County, and
    i fib the same in dunllcate and as iro-
    I vided 'ii Section 722.K, Florida stat-
    Utes, in th.ir offices In the County
    j Courthouse in Dade County. Florida.
    . within six calendar months fr.m Ihe
    lima of ih. first publication hereof,
    i or the s;(ni.. will he barred
    Dated at Miami. Florida, this 17,
    j da) of June. AD. I72
    Eugene lluaker
    As Administrator
    P rat publication of this nolle.....
    .:: day of June. IS7J,
    Myers. Kaplan, Porter, Levinson .";.-
    K.-nin
    Attorneys for Administrator
    suit. :i4 list)S.W. 1st street
    Miami. Florida
    : 83-20 7 7-M
    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. 72-124?7
    PETITION FOR ADOPTION
    IN RE:
    ADOPTION i'F LARSON DK WAYNE
    ANDMARCELLIA DIANNA, both
    minors
    By: JAMES DEI.oACH.
    their stepfather
    To: Mil LARSON SEPRANE
    STEWART
    :::: E ISSth Street
    ilardena, California i'0247
    YOU ARE HEREBY Notified
    that an action for Petition for Adop-
    1 tlon has been filed agalnsl you and
    you are reouired to serve a ropy of
    >..ur written defenses, if any, to it
    on david K STONE. es<>.. attorney
    ; f..r Petitioner, whose address i- mi
    N.W. 12th Avenue. Miami. Fla. 12I2K
    ami fii,. the original with Ihe clerk
    of the above styled eourt on or be-
    fore July ;v. |72; otherwise a de-
    fault will l.....nter.d agalnat you for
    the r. ii.f demanded in the complaint
    or petition. )
    This notice shall be published once
    each week for four consecutive we. ks
    in THE JEWISH PIjORIDIAN.
    WITNESS my hand and ihe seal '
    "f said court at Miami, Florida
    this Ifi day of June. 172
    E. II LEATHEI'.MAN.
    As clerk. Circuit Court
    Dad. County. Florida
    By N A. I IE WET T
    As Dpputv Clerk
    MIr.-uit Court Seal)
    David E Btone, Es STONE & SOSTCII1N
    ioi N.W. 12th Avenue
    .Miami. Florida J3128
    Attorney for Petitioner
    'i '.'.I-:!
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOU6 NAME LA ..
    NOTICE IS HEREBY OI\
    the undersigned, desiring to
    in business under the fictitious
    of AI EMEU COIFFEIIIS a"
    her r.77l Red Road. In the f
    Miami. Florida, Intend to -
    the said name with the fflerl
    Clrcall Court of Dade C'nun'
    Dated at Miami. Florida.
    day of June. iptj.
    At E'DA CACBRES
    MBRCBDB8 UoMEi;.
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HFHEHT !l\ ..,,
    the underslirned. flaelrlns In ;iee In
    i.nsioes's pnder the fictitious f
    Vel-Var Fabri,- at 41 NE \,- ,
    Mlnml Intend m resrlater
    with Ihe Clerk of ihe Circuit jrt of
    Dade Countv Flo.'.la
    Thpodora RtKO
    :.-i* Nf "'< s< Mis ml, I
    itvls Oonsnles
    RMI NK 10 Ave Miami.
    isi tuc rior.iiiv rnuRT o- -he
    ELEVENTH JlimriAL CIRCjIT
    im AMfl pop
    DADC f"liTV F'riRi;;
    /-a^c M<- n.-'woo
    NOTICiK OF PlIRi ICST :
    IV im- T|lF ^ I'i'lA'lE i H
    M RK S I oNIViV.
    Petitioner,
    a ".I
    IP's: l i iVii. V
    ll.voondenl
    TO: HT I ONDON
    I"'. Devonshlee I sne
    Hau*w*auge, tone Island,
    VOP, IRIS LONDON, ar. srel.y
    notified that a Petition for 'solu-
    tion of Marriage has bean filed
    will, nn'l you are reouired t<> .. rV1. .,
    .nnv of vour Answer or Plea tie lo
    said Petition for Dissolution \|,.
    Hi.......n the Petitioner's A
    IRWIN C, CHRISTIE. 2S W. II.i;.
    I.r Street. Miami. Florida, 'I fi|,.
    the original Answer or Pier g m
    Ihe offlee of the Clerk of thi flreUll
    Court, on or before the '.'* |
    July. 1!'7l' If vou fail to ment by default will be take?
    mu for the relief demanded i the
    Petition for Dissolution of ,\; rrlage
    This notice shall he publish-1 nnce
    eai'h week for four consermi\
    in THE JEWISH FIORIDIAN
    DONE and oitDERl'D at iml
    Dade County, Florida, this 1" l;n nf
    June. 1972.
    E II. I.EATHERMAN. C
    Circuit Court
    By C. P. COPEI AND
    1>. nutv Cl< rk
    (Circuit Court SeaII
    IRWIN ii. CHRISTIE
    Aitornev for Petitioner
    28 v. si Plagler Street
    Miami. Florida
    .. sj.ii : t
    on
    7-14
    J2eui
    Jilemorisl Cnape/
    "JEWISH 'y\f*Ai DicroS '
    10CAI AND OUT OF STATt
    ARRANGEMENTS
    947-2790
    1)38", W DIXIE MWV N M.
    EMANUEL GORDON-1946
    HARRY GORDON-1964
    IKE GORDON
    JAMES B. GORDON
    l^jordon j-uneral ovne
    Your Jewish Funeral Home
    CALL 373-5533
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR OADfc COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 72-3134
    In RE: Estate of
    JULIUS HAU'RVN
    Deceased.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing t 'lalms or Demands Against .Said
    Estate.
    Vou are hereby notified and reouir-
    I to present any claims and demands
    which you may have against the es-
    iii. Of JULIUS HALPIIVN deceased
    late of lhule County, Florida, to the
    County Judges of Dade County, ami
    file ihe same in duplicte and as pro-
    vided in Section 733.li,. Florida Statu-
    tes, in their offices in the County
    Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
    within six calendar months lrom the
    time of the first publication hereof,
    or ihe sain.- will be ban.-d.
    Dated at Miami. Florida, this J.'tli
    day of June. A.D. 1972.
    ERNESTHALPRVN
    IIILLAKP HALI'RYN
    SANDRA FRIED.MAN
    As Executor?'
    First publication of this notice on
    th, ;:! day oi June, 1971
    Myers, Kaplan. Porter. Levinson
    At Keln.i
    Attorney for Co-Ex.'cutoi s
    1154 S W First Street. Miami. Florid,,
    ; L'3-.1m 7 7-14
    IN THE COUNTV JUDGES COURT
    IN AND F-OR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    IN PROBATE
    No. 72-30*8
    .....NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    In RE: Estate of
    A I MA J HACSMAN.
    Deceased.
    To All Creditor! and All Person* Hav-
    ing Claims or Demands Against Said
    r. s la le!
    Vou arc hereby notified and reouired
    to present any claims and demands
    which you mav have agarnal Ihe -
    late of ALMA J. HACSMAN deceased
    late of ii.-ir c.unty. Florida, to the
    County Judges of Dad.- Cuntv. and
    rile, the same in duplicate and ;,s nro-
    IVIded in Section JM.1S, Florida Stftt-
    | U'es. II, tl,,ir ntfir.l-f. In the C..Untv
    , t ourthouse In Dad, County. Florida
    I within six calendar months from (he
    tun- of the first publication hereof
    r the same will be barred
    Dated at Miami. Florida, this Pith
    day of June, A.D I9?g
    Mai Hausman
    As Executor
    1-lrst publication of this notice on
    the Strd day of June. I|i7"
    DAVID S. KIM1II.E
    Attorney for Executor
    MO Lincoln Road
    Miami Beach, Fla nan"
    i/tt-M 7 7-11
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF "HE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRC'-iT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND F0 =
    DADE COUNTY.
    CIVIL ACTION 72-12065
    SUIT FOR
    DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
    IN HE THE MARRIAOE OF:
    CLARENCE J STOCKS.
    Husband,
    ttud
    EDNA STOCKS.
    Wife.
    TO: EDNA STOCKS
    KM cigat. Riiad
    Colgate. Wisconsin
    You EDNA STOCKS, ar-
    notified that a petition for
    lution of Marriage has been filed
    against you. and you are required i"
    servo a oopy of your Answer or Plead-
    ing to the Petition on the Petition!r'u
    attorney, max P. ENOEL. BSO, I WO
    N.W. ]th Av.nuc. Suite If-O Miami.
    Florida. M1M and file th- il
    Anmver or Pleading in the offlrt of
    the Clerk of the Circuit Court "''
    before the J] day of July. 1'7: If
    VOU fail to do so. judgment hy de-
    fault will he taken against you
    the relief demanded In the Petition.
    This notice shall be publish.'! once
    each week for four conaecutlve weeka
    in THE JEWISH FI.OHIDIAN
    DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
    Florida, this l.t day of Junu v 0.
    1978.
    i: I! I.EATHERMAN. C
    Circuit Court. Dad,'Countv, I*
    By: N A HEWETT
    Deouty Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seali
    MAN P. BNflEL. EstJ.
    1400 N.W. l'uh Ave, 17-'i
    Miami, Florida
    Attorney for Petitioner
    8 l-2 '
    IN
    TREES ARE
    EVERYBODY *S
    iWSINESS!
    THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    IN PROBATE
    No. 72-947
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    tii RE: Estate of
    ' DAVID SHACK.
    1 '.ceased.
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav.
    Sft t* '"" I,,'n,;""1'"' AajaJaal BaM
    Vou are hereby notified and reouired
    ,' >Vy"......'* ,|ain,s ",rt 'lemand-
    whi.l. you may have against Ihe <-s-
    ,:!'i;"[ DAVID SHACK deceased late
    ..f Dade County. Florida, lo the Conn-
    > Judges of Dade Countv, and file
    |he same In duplicate and as provide.?
    i. Section |t.la^ ptertog s,a,utes. In
    their office, in the County Courthouse
    in Dade County. Florida, within six
    calendar months from the lime f the
    wTM'be'Crred..... ^"^
    daWuaV. Z?1hJrU+ M* "
    Alma Stiober
    i ,, As A'lmiiiiMratrix
    Pint publication of this notice on
    the !J day of June. i:>7
    ARONDVITX, SII.VEK & RiNiTII
    Attorneys for Admlnistrntrix
    .....v Alnaley BulMIng
    2S-S0 7 7-14
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIO*
    No. 72-11670
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    TO: In re: The .Marriage of
    ROIIERT EDWARD \VILI.l.\> S
    Husband
    and
    RARRARA ANN WILLIAMS
    Wife
    TO: Rarhara Ann Williams
    c'o Mrs. P.lnmlell SfcLcmore
    SIS l-'arrell Drive
    Columbia. South Cnrollna
    VoC ARE IIERRDY NOTIFIKH
    that an action for Dissolution of Mai-
    riage has been filed against you and
    you are reouired to serve a opj of
    your written defenses if any t" "
    upon papi. fi. Rl.ock. Attorney ('"
    Petitioner, |A0 Hial.ah Drive. Hi ileah.
    Florida, and to file the original With
    the C|,rk of the above-styl.d Court
    on or I,. f.,re July _'K. Hrjg; otlierwiKi
    default will he entered agnlns! ynU
    for the relief demanded In the Peti-
    tion for Dissolution nf Harris
    This notice shall he publi bed
    each wreak for four oonaecutlve
    in THE JEWISH PIjORIDIAN
    WITNESS my hand and Ihe seal
    of said Court, at Miami, Dad. Pnqntv,
    Florida, on thi; 7 dav of June. 1972.
    E R IEATHERMAN
    .\s Clerk. Circuit Court
    Dade Countv. Flori.l
    By: C. L. ai.en.\ndi:k
    as iK-ouly Clerk
    ' ii.'iiil Court Snail
    PML (i H1/>CK
    Attorney f.,r Petitioner
    ''" Hinletih Drive
    Hial.ah. Flo-ldu
    Telephone: S7-.1.'.l!
    B'tl.....171


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    Page 15-B
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    LEGAL NOTICE
    "in TKE COl-NTY JUDGE'S COURT
    '" IN AND FOR
    DAM COUNTY, FLORIDA
    IN PROBATE
    No. 72-2493
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    In RE: D-late of
    MAX FAX.1.NU
    PrciWM
    T All Creditors ami AI) Persona Hav-
    ing Claim* or Demands Against Said
    Estate:
    You arc hereby notified and required
    ,(, present ""-v cWm* anil demands
    which you may have against the cs-
    i.,i,- if .max BALING deceased late
    g| ] i;id. County, Florida, lo the Couu-
    i; Judges ol De.de County, ami tile
    ine nan' in duplicate and as provided
    in section 7:>".ifi. Florida Statutes, in
    their offwes in the County Courthouse
    in Dace County. Florida, within six
    calender monihs from the time of the
    i i utilicutiou hereof, or tin- same
    will be tarred.
    Duu at Miami, Florida, this 1st
    da) of Jane. A.I'. IWi
    Kurt Saline
    As Executor
    First p^bllca'am of this notice oil
    lh.. lth day of dune. 1972.
    Henry Norton
    Attorney for Eterutor
    l in.; Biscay** Bids-. Miami. Fla.
    _____^___ 8/13-23-30 7'7
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR
    CADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    CASE NO. 72-11804
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IV RB: The Marriair.- of
    yi\ ,BA NOR S Wl 'JCIK.
    Petit r.er,
    and
    I'M'I..- WOJCIK.
    Kespt dent
    VOU SMIL B WOJCIK, Reapon-
    ,. I :, Kargn Btreet, Springfield,
    Mass., ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
    i rile your written defense to this
    r o nir Dissolution of Marriage
    Kllli i'. Court's t'l.-rk and servi n
    t-opi up' 'i Petitioner'!! Attorneys. VON
    7. N.Hr'" iV SMITH. 1613 Capital Hank
    llldir., Miami, Florida on or before the
    . da) :' July. 197S. else the Petition
    . ken as confessed.
    11 \t-. ; : .lu:i" 1, 1972.
    K > U8ATHERMAV.ri.KRK
    Y: C. P. i OPEI AND
    Deput) Clerk
    u in ii Court s.-.ii p
    .. 18-23-30 T 7
    l\ Tr-E COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR
    C;SE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    IN PROBATE
    No. 71-1136
    NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
    APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
    AND FINAL DSCHARGE
    l\ KB: Relate of
    AlUtAH IM ZOROFF
    ..... d.
    XiVTIi K is hereby given Ihnl I
    havi' filed my Final Report ami Petl-
    Distriliulii.il and Final DiB-
    . Executor of the estate of
    AllltAHAM ZOROFF. deceased and
    the 13 day of July, 1972,
    lull apply to the Honorable Count}
    Judge* i Dade County, Florldn, for
    rova] oi -aid .Final Report and
    ' utlon and final discharge as
    Uti of the i Inte nf lh.- nho\ -
    ed d< edeul This I j day "f June,
    IUEL RES KICK. Executor ol the
    - of a i:i: Nil N NI /.< lit! IFF,
    D. HMi-ll
    > n.N HAYS & IIRCNDWERU
    ! l IrUlldNN -it-' AttOI'lle)
    I lu '
    : loi Ida 3*U32
    I. '1C 25 :. 7 7
    IN

    THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    IN PROBATE
    No. 71-1475
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    1 l!K: Emm.
    ItWIK ski.ai:
    . i
    ' Nil Creditor, in id All Person* Hi i
    'in.ins or Demands Apuni-i Ba 'I
    You ar hereby notified and required
    an) i laima ami demand*
    which y. u may have against Ihi' es-
    ol FANNIE ski.ai: .I.-. ..-.ii
    i.i Cook County, Illinois, tn the
    i -limy .Unices of Dad.- County, an.I
    the in.- in duplicate ami a- pro-
    iled In Section 733.18, Florida Stnt-
    ' -. in their ..Hi. en in the "ount)
    | .iirthou-.- in Dad.- County, Florida
    thin Kin calendai months from the
    i in. of the first publication hereof,
    ih.' name will he barred
    Dated Miami. Florida. Ihi- 15th
    r May. ad. 1972,
    eorge i Tain .....I'. a- Administrator
    C T.A.
    Find publlcath.....f 'his notice on
    ' 16 da) of June, 197!
    TAI.1ANOPF & RADER
    lorney tor Adm. P.T.A.
    '." I .in. lu Road, Miami Reach. Fin.
    fi IA-23-3H 7 7
    IN
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    IN PROBATE
    No. 72-2554
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    In RE: Batata of
    ESTHER LAMBERT
    Daoeaued.
    To aii Creditors and All Perrons Hav- I
    iiiu Claims or Demands Against Said .
    Eatatt: ...)h jri.
    ti'u are hereby notified and required
    to pr.-s.-nt any claims and demanda
    whlob you may have oaainal the es-
    tate of Bsther laml.rri deceased lute
    of Dad.- County. Florida, to th.- Coun-
    ty .In.It-,, of Dado County, and file
    the same in duplicate ami as provided
    in Beet Ion 733 16, Florida Statutes, in
    their Offices in the County Court*
    hous.- in Dade County, Florida, with-
    in six calendar months from the time
    of the firsi publication hereof, or the
    same will be barred,
    Dated at Miami, Florida, this 18th
    day of .May. AD. l!-7^.
    Bernard Shatskln
    As Bxecutor
    First publication of this notice on
    the !l day of June. 1!"7-
    Matcolm II. Friedman
    Attorney for Executor
    1*10 DoukIun llniid
    Coral tJables. Fla.
    6 n-lfl-L'n-"!)
    NOTICE OF APPLICATION
    FOR TAX DEED
    Chapter 20722Act* of 19*1
    File No. 72 A 62
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    Iteii T- tin holder of City of Miami
    Tax Sale Certificate Xo. 3*M issued
    the Sftth day of May. AD. IMS, has
    filed same in my office, and ha- made
    application for a tax deed to be is-
    sued thereon. Said Certificate em-
    braces the following described prop-
    erty in the Counlv of Dade, State
    of Florida, to-wit:
    Ixit 144. Beacom Manor. I'lai Rook
    S Pace 121, in the County of Dade,
    Stale of Florldn
    This deed ill be Issued subject lo
    ail other outstanding delinquent Coun
    'y taxes and iyfi Count) Taxes and
    City of Miami taxes and Hens.
    The assessment of said property un-
    der iln said certificate was In the
    name of: Clara Lee Harris..m Life K-i
    I'nl.ss saiil certificate shall be re-
    deemed according to law, the prop-
    erty declined herein will be s..|.l In
    iiu- highest bidder for cash at the
    Courthouse floor on tli,. firs' Monday
    in the month of July, 1972, which is
    ih.. 3rd day of July, Ift72
    Dated ibis :il.-i day nf Mac 1978,
    i: i: LKATKKRMAN.
    Clerk of i 'ircull Court,
    l lade cum v. Florida.
    Ry P F .SCI DSTIiAN'D. DO.
    < ir. uii Courl Seal
    0'2-9-18-23
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    IN PROBATE
    No. 72-2441
    JOHN R. BLANTON
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    In I.I-: Estate of
    A RON BVITIVKER
    .....eased
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hnv-
    lug Claims .ir Demands Agninsl Bald
    .,
    You nre hereby notified ; nd re-
    qulreil In presenl any claim- and lie-
    v hlcli \.....in^ '"!.- .'iL-aln-'
    the estate of ARON BNITIVKKR di -
    I censed Inle nf I lade > 'ouni Floi
    lo iiu County Judges of Dnde Cnuni)
    lii tin snme hi proN ided ii Beclion i | si.' -
    Uti -. In Iheir offiei 'ounl y
    I Courthouse in I Hide < 'oiinl> P
    within si\ calendar months from the
    urn. nf the fir.i nubile 11Inn hi reof,
    or the -am.' ill !" barred
    Dated hi Miami. Florida, this r.i
    tin) nf .ni iv. A I' 1971
    BEI.I \ SNITIVKEn
    N- Executrix
    !* i '.ill.' ealion i-f t|i| i I...I |ee .ii
    ih.- 2 day ..f June. 197
    I nir,... c Porter of
    Mvers. Kaplan. Pmler. Lcvmson Sc
    , Kenln
    Vitiirnev for Execulrlx
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Or THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIF.CulT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
    72-11118
    PETITION FOR ADOPTION
    IN RE: The Matter of
    i:. C. -M.. a
    minor,
    TO: Robert Joseph Maple
    (Rasldance unkjjown)
    Vou. ICob.-ri Joseph Maple, are here-
    by notified that a Petition for Adop-
    tion has been filed agalnat you. and
    you are required to serve a copy of
    your Answer or Pleading to the
    adoption on the Plaintiff's attorney,
    Myron It Barman. 112.1 Biacayne
    Boulevard, Miami, Florida 33137 and
    file the original Answer or Pleading
    in tin- office of the Clerk of ihe Clr-
    LEGAL NOTICE
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 72-2719
    JOHN R. BLANTON
    In RE: Cstate of
    NOEL P. HANSOM
    Deceased.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing claims or Demands Agalnat Said
    Estate:
    You are hereby notified and requir-
    ed to presenl any claims and demands
    which vou may have aKalnst the es-
    tate of NOEL P. Hanson deceased
    late of Dade County, Florida, to the
    County Judges of Dade County, and
    file ihe same i'n duplicate and as pro-
    vided in Section 7:'.:!.i'i. Florida Btatu- i
    t.s. in Iheir offices in Ihe County
    Courthouse in Dade County, Florida.
    uii Court on or before ihe day of | within six calendar months from the
    Julv. IMS, If vou fail to do s... judt,- I lime of the first publication hereof,
    nient by default will be taken agalnat lor the same ^ill he barrel.
    you for Ihe relief demanded in the
    Petition.
    This notice shall be published once,
    each week for four consecutive weeks
    in Till: JEWISH FLORTDIAN.
    DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
    Florida, this 31 day of May A.D. 1871
    E. B. I-EATHBHMAV. Clerk.
    Circuit Court, Dade Counlv. Florida
    By: N. A. HEWETT
    Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seall
    MYRON II HERMAN
    SISfi Biacayne Iloulevar.1
    Miami. Florida 33137
    Attorney for Plaintiff
    S-9-18-23
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NO PROPERTY)
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY.
    Civil Action No. 72-11098
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    I IN RE:
    1 CAR!.08 CARRILLO.
    petitioner
    and
    JOYCE SPEARMAN CARRILLO,
    Reationdenl
    TO: JOYCE si'E v i->i n\ ( NltRll.LO
    1132 Dresil.n Drive
    Charlotte, North Carolina
    YOH ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
    Ihnl an action for Dissolution nf Mar-
    riage has I.....n ni..I agalnsl you and
    you are required lo serve a copy nl
    your written defenses, If any, to II
    on RONALD A. ALTER, E8Q flRO.
    VER WEIN8TEIN .*; STAl'BER, P.A.
    attorney for Petitioner, whose nd-
    dress is 359 Lincoln Road, Miami
    Beach. Florida 3313H. nn.l fib Ihe
    original with Ihe clerk of the above
    styled .ouri on or before July 7. IV":.':
    otherwise a default will I.....ntered
    agninsl you for Ihe rellel demundeil
    in Ihe comolnlnl or petition
    Tins notice shall he published nnce
    Dated al Miami. Florida, this 'Jtith
    day of May, AD. 1!'7:!.
    HARVEY BAXTER
    As Executor
    First publication of ibis notice on
    the Uth day nf June. 1973.
    BAXTER A FRIEDMAN
    Attorneys for Executor
    I8TS N E lii:'.rd St.
    North Miami Beach,
    Florida .'13I6J
    I/9-1I-23-30
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    IN PROBATE
    No. 72-2313
    JOHN R. BLANTON
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    In RE: Estate of
    DAVE i'.M'IAN
    Deceased. '
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing Claims or Demands Agalnat ISuid
    Estate: .
    You are hereby notified and requicetl
    to present any claim- and demands
    which you may have against the es-
    tate of DAVE CAPLAN, deceased late
    of Dad.- County. Florida, to the Coun-
    ty Judges of Dade County, and file
    the same in duplicate and as pro-
    vided in Section 738.18. Florida Btat-
    ui..-. in their offices In the County
    Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
    within sis calendar months from the
    time of the flr.-t publication hereof,
    or the same will be barred,
    Dated at Miami. Florida, this 3
    day of .May, AD. 1372.
    HERBERT CAPLAN
    As Ancillary Administrator
    First publication of this notice o*
    the 2nd day of June. I72.
    Breger & Schr.-.iher
    Attorney for Ancillary Administrator
    I64ut X E 19th Avenue
    North Miami Beach. Florida
    6/2-9-18:23
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 72-2705 (Oowlina)
    in RE: Batata of
    LEO It. I.OII.NIAR. JR.
    Deceased.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    i To All Creditors and All Persons Hnv- |
    . Ina claim- or Demands Against Said i
    Estate:
    You are hereby notified and requlr-
    I ed to present any claims and demands I
    which you may have agninsl the es- l
    tate of l.Eo It. I.oH.niai:. JR. de-
    censed late Of Dade County. Florida.
    I to ihe Count) Judges of Dad.- i nunty,
    land file the same ill duplicate and as
    provided In Section 7:::: 16. Florida
    Statutes, In their offices in the Coun- I Rial an notl
    Courthouse in Dade County, Flo- : rlage has I
    each week for four ronsecntive
    in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN,
    WITNESS my hand and the
    Nl i-e
    ks
    said
    si day
    III!
    Florida
    seal of
    m this
    urt nl
    of Mai. 1972
    E, B I EATHERMAN.
    As Clerk. "Ircull Conn
    D.oI.- County. Florida
    By I! M KISREE
    As D. oiiii Clerk
    u Court Si id i
    niiOVKR WE1X8TK1N .v STACBER,
    r n
    3-,n I In, nlii Ronil
    Miami Bi in h PI.
    N ..i ry fin Petllinncr
    , |i
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    Ni iTICE is 'ii-:i;i-:i = n 11 in i:- n

    in business under Hie ficlillous nnme
    ..f CI'ltA RESTACRANT ill IIIUO
    II .i lie Blvd N Miami Int.
    , i wiIII ii.mi. v Itli Ihi 'Id I. "I
    lh, i ,i. H i i 'oui t ol I lade i 'ount).
    Florida.
    KVKI.Itl II ERNA VI IKS!
    6 9-18
    rida, ivlthln six calendar months from
    iln time of the first publication here-
    of, or the same will be burred.
    Dated nl Miami, Florida, this 5th
    day of June A D. 1972.
    ETHEL B I "IIMAK
    As Executrix
    First publication of this notice on
    iln :"b day of June, 1972,
    JERRY A. BCRN8
    Attorney for Administratrix
    Hut City National Rank Building
    Miami. Florldn 3313"
    r, 9-18-23-39
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 72-2611
    ARTHUR W. PRIMM
    in RE: Estate ol
    Nil IK H AS ADJIKV ttka
    Nil hola E Adji.i
    He, eased.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    Tn All Creditors and All Persons Hnv-
    imi i I in.imls Agalnsl Said
    Estatl :
    Vou are hereb) notified and ri-qulr
    ed io presenl 'i<>^ claims ^ml ileninml^
    w iileh N n .....I I as .in.-i the
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NO PROPERTY)
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY.
    CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-3677
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN KB: Tin- Marriage of
    CARL OVIDICE, Husband.
    and
    ANNE HI'IDICR. Wife. N I "*
    TO: ANNE OI'IDICE
    .".mi North Fourth Bin el
    Harrison. New Jersey
    TOP ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
    for Dissolution of Mar-
    filed agalnat you and
    you al*.' required to serve a copy of
    jour in lit ten defenses, if any. to it
    on Rlchnrtl l. Kroop. attorney for Pe-
    litioner, ivhogi address is Kwltney A:
    KrOop, 428 Llnconi Road, Miami Hca. h,
    Florida, nnd file the original with
    the clerk of the above si>led court
    in or In-fore July Ii'. 1972: otherwise
    i defaull win in entered agninsl > .u
    for 'lie relief demanded In the cr.m-
    plnini or iietillon.
    This notice shall be publish. .1 once
    i .-a.il Week for four consecutive weekg
    : in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
    WITNESS my hand and the senl of
    Said i'oui i at Miami, Florida on this
    i day oi" June, IP72.
    E. B. I EATHERMAN.
    a- i'lerk, Cireull Court
    Dnde ''ouniv Florida
    By I SNEEDEN
    As Denuty Clerk
    ii "ir. Oil 'ourl Benl i
    Richard 1. Kr......
    Km if ion' ,v Kr.....i
    429 Lincoln Rond
    Mhinil Bench, Florida
    Ni tome) for Petitioner
    fi '.. II.....J

    Nl. ho
    Dab
    Judgi
    -aim
    ill. II
    11.
    .f NICIIOl AS AD.IIEV A
    In E. Ad lev !. censed luti nl
    ' unty, Florida, lo Iln Cnuni)
    s of 11...I. Couul >. mill i
    in iluplii '' iitul as proi ii. il i-i
    Florid: Si UMs, In
    i,iti. .-.- in i:,. i ount) 'oui Ihousi
    -!. i' iu irhln, withli
    I'..
    :.
    m ih.
    f,
    nn
    Hi.
    sa llli
    :;.i
    i i.i
    S NN Firs! Stnei
    r. J.fl.l
    IN
    THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    IN PROBATE
    No. 71-1002
    JOHN R. BLANTON
    NOTICE OF INTENTION
    TO MAKE APPLICATION
    FOR DISTRIBUTION
    AND FINAL DISCHARGE
    IN RE: Estate of
    iiaruy Jacobs
    Deceased.
    NOTICE is hereby given that she ;
    has filed Final Report and Petition
    for Distribution niitl Final Discharge
    as Executrix of the estate, of HARRY
    JACOBS, deceased: and that on the
    39 day of June. 197_'. will apply to the
    Honorable County Judges of Dnde
    '""unty, Florida, for approval nf said
    Final Report und for distribution and
    final discharge as Executrix of fho
    estate of the above-named decedent.
    This 23 day of May. 1972.
    CJ.AHA JACOBS
    I'IMSHMAX A FEIN
    BY: ARNOLD FEIN. Attorney
    428 Uncoln Road
    Miami Bench, Fla .13139
    fi '2-9-18-03
    NOTICE UNDER
    . mCTITIOUS NAME LAW
    Notice is HEREBY GIVEN that]
    tin- under- irio-d. desiring to engage I"
    business under the fictitious name of
    'OTAL DEVELOPMENTS nt 23 N W. .
    Ki'th Court. Miami. Fla. Intends to
    roister said name with the Clerk or
    'he Circuit Court of Dade County. '
    Plorido.
    ALFREDO A SHAREZ
    Leonard J. Enllsh
    Attorney for annilcnnt
    1829 duPont Building
    Miami, Fla.
    .U-tS-H
    time of Ihi
    or the sani.
    Dale.l al
    day of -lulu
    THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    IN PROBATE
    No. 72.2428 (Blanton)
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    In RE: Estate of
    STEPHANIE X. SSABINSKI
    a k ii ESTELLE N SSABINSKI,
    I let eased,
    To All Creditors and All Person.- HiiV-
    ho; laim.- or Demands Agalnsl Said
    I-:.- lull :
    You are hereby notified and required > Courthouse i
    to presenl any claims and demands t
    which you may have agalnsl the es-
    tate of STEPHANIE N. SSABINSKI
    I a U a ESTELLE N. ZABINBKI de-
    . ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
    in ihe County Judges of Dade County,
    I and file the same in duplicate and as |
    provided lu Section 73-1.18, Florida
    Statutes, in iheir offices in the County
    Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
    within si\ calendar months from Ihe
    ! time of Ihe first publication hereof,
    i or Ihe same will be barred.
    Dated al Miami. Florida. Ihi
    day of May. A.D. 1972.
    PATRICIA ZABINBKI
    As Administratrix
    First publication of this notle
    Ihe !l day of June, 1972.
    JERRY A BURNS
    Attorney for Administratrix
    MI8 City National Bank Building
    Nli.inn. Florida 3313n
    $/-l-28-3fl
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 72-1560
    lii RE: Estnte nf
    .I. ISI'PH KWART
    Deceased
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing Claims ol Demands Against Said
    Estnie:
    You are h.r.by notified and requir-
    ed to presenl an) claims and demands
    which you ma) have agalnsl the es-
    late '.: JOSEPH KWART deceased
    Inte of Dade County. Florldn, to the
    County Judges ..' Dude County, nnd
    file in- sum......lunlicate nnd a- nrn.
    vi.i.il iu Section 7::: 18, Florida Statu-
    tes, in their ..rfi.es In th.- Couul.v
    alar month
    Itl'-l pul-l
    will In liari
    I in led nl Miami. Florid I, this 2nd
    ia> oi Jun A.D. 1972.
    CERAI P FORMAN
    N- Administrator
    First publication ni this notice on
    on iln Pili dn) oi June, 19"
    KAPNCK FINK \- PORM NX
    i.'.nj i 'ougri si i '-i.'-: i ianil, Flu
    *ltorne) l-.r Petlti.....r
    :;,i-.M7i
    Dnde County, Florldn,
    leudnr months from Ihe
    first publication hereof,
    win he barred
    Miami. Florida. Ibis 2nd
    N D. 1972
    24
    on
    LIU-TAN REINER KWART
    As Execiltriv
    Firsi publication nf this notice on
    the 9th day of June. 1972.
    HENRY NORTON
    At lorney for Executrix
    l inn Biscnyne Bldg.,
    Miami. Florida
    6 9-16-33-38
    ATTORNEYS!
    ATTENTION
    FOR MESSENGEff SEffVlCI
    ?jBeWlfl ncri
    solicits your leg^tl noiices
    We appreciate your pa-
    tronage and guarantee ac
    curate service at ideal
    rates.
    Dial 3734605
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN ANO FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    IN PROBATE
    No. 72-1335
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    In RE: Estate nf
    WILLIAM A S. WHEELER
    Deceased.
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing Claims or Demands Against Said
    You are hereby notified nnd required !
    I., present any claims and ib-maml-
    Nvhich vou may have against the es-
    tate of WILLIAM A. 8. WHEEI.EU
    de. eased Inte of Dade County. Florida,
    to the County Judges of Dade County,
    and file the same in .lunlicate and as
    I provided '" Section 733.1*, Florldn
    Statutes, iu iheir offices in the Cntin-
    IV Courthouse In Dade County. Flor-
    ida, within six calendar months from
    the lime of the first publication here-
    t of or the same will be barred
    Dated at Miami. Florida, this 21th
    i day Of Mac A D. 1972
    CHERTI WHEELER
    As Executrix
    First Dublicatioii of this notice on
    ilie L'nd day of .Tune. 1978.
    M NItKI'S. WINTER SPITALE
    Attorneys for Executrix
    2231 S W 22nd street
    fi >-9-l<-23
    T. 9-18-23-39
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NO PROPERTY)
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
    NO. 72-11415
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    is HE
    Ji IVCE I.V.N'.Y FRENCH,
    Wife,
    ami
    CHARLES A FRENCH,
    i lusband.
    in CHARLES A. FRENCH
    n Aycriga Avenue
    Pnssnlc.Neu Jersey
    YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
    thai an action for Dissolution ..i Mar-
    riage has been filed against you and
    you are required to serve a ...py of
    your written defenses, if any, lo it
    on MICHAEL P. chase, attorney for
    Petitioner, whose address is !>' s.w.
    Third Avenue. Miami, Florida 33129,
    and file the original with the clerk of
    the above styb-d court on or before
    July ii, 1H7:: otherwise n default will
    be entered a.caiusl you for the relief
    dmamleil iu the complaint or petition.
    This notice shall be published once
    each week fer four consecutive weeks
    lu THE JEWISH FLOIJDIAN.
    WITNESS my hand and the seal Ol
    said cfUrt at Miami. Florida on this
    alb day of June, ls7-.
    E ft. l.EATHBRMAN.
    As Clerk. Circuit Court
    Dade County, Florida
    By C. P. OOPKI AND
    As Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court S.-ali
    MICHAEL P. CHASE
    I9IMI S.W. Third Avenue
    Miami. Florldn S3t3
    AtloriPN for Peiitioner
    l/t-U-33-SO
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    PROPERTY TO BE
    DETERMINED BY THE COURT
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THl
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND
    FOR DADE COUNTY.
    CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-11006
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE THE MA EKIAC.E OF
    NNil.l.l.N N! N I ii'TLl IFF,
    Hush
    ami
    MARTHA ni VRIE D1TTI.OFP,
    Wife
    TO: MARTHA MARIE DITTIJ i'F
    ::. Mullen .N \ ellUe
    VYiiiiihiui New Jerse) 8748fi
    TOP ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
    i that uii action for Dissolution of M. -
    . has I., i-i. filed agalnsl you and
    you are required lo serve a copy ot
    your written defenses, if any, !>> it
    . on i II MAYERS, attorney for Petl-
    ; tinner, whose address is RSfl Beybold
    Building, Miami. Florida 33132, anil
    I fib- Ihe original with the clerk of
    , ibe above styled courl on or before
    i July 7. 1972: otherwise n defaull will
    hi entered agninsl you for the relief
    demanded iu the complaint or petition.
    This notice shall be published once
    i I. b week for four consecutive weeks
    in THE JEWISH Ii.' IR1DIAN
    WITNESS my hand nnd the seal of
    said courl at Miami, Florida on thia
    ::......v of May, 1972
    E. B I EATHERMAN.
    As fieri;. Circuit Court
    Dnde County. Florida
    By R M KlssEE
    As Denuty Clerk
    (Cireull Court Seal" '
    I l( MAYERS, ESt.i
    -.-.I. Reynold Building
    Miami. Florida 3313'.'
    Attorney for Pei it inner
    fi '2-9-16-23
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY C.1VEN thai
    the underalgned, desiring to engage
    In business under the fictitious names
    of
    C.AI.EN TRAVEL
    A AAARTHHR CRFISE CENTER
    at 27fl N.E. 2">.-.th Si.. North Miami
    Beach, lia. Intends lo register said
    names with the clerk of the Cireull
    Coun of Bade County. Florida.
    MA NINE GALEN
    B/2-9-1S-23
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    IN PROBATE
    No. 72-2252
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    In RE: Estate of
    MOI.l.IE N. K1ER
    Deceased.
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing Claims or Demands Agalnat Said
    Estate:
    \'nu are hereby notified and required
    to present any claims and domainls
    which yirtj may have agalnsl too es-
    tate of MOL1.IE N. K1ER neceased
    ate of Dado County. Florida, to the
    County Juuges of Dade County, and
    file the same in duplicate and as
    provided iu Section 733.16, Florida
    i Statutes, in then* offices in the Coun-
    ty Courthouse in Dade County. Flor-
    ida, within six calendar months from
    the lime of the first publication here-
    of, or the same will be barred
    Dated at Miami, Florida, ibis 2nd
    day of June. A.D. 1972.
    I'.l'V.T NMIN P.OCHI.1N
    BERNARD DITCH
    As Executors
    Firsi publication of this notice in
    Ihe rl day of June. 1072.
    Kommel, Rogers, l/trber & Sh.-nkman
    Attorneys for Executors
    420 Lincoln Rd Mm Beach, Fla.
    0 16-23-30 7/7


    Page 16-B
    +Jeiit!nerief*M
    Friday. June 23, 1972
    TOP U.S. CHOICE WESTERN
    CHUCK
    STEAK
    TOP U.S. CHOICE WESTERN
    BOSTON ROAST 79c
    GRADE A QUICK FROZEN
    CORNISH
    LB.
    BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE 6' LIGHT N LIVELY
    ICE MILK
    DELICIOUS
    ALL FLAVORS
    HALF GAL. CARTON
    FAMILY FAVORITE
    49 c
    79c
    Libby Fruit Cocktail .IS* 32c B&M Baked Beans 52" 43e
    TOP QUALITY FIRM RED RIPE SALAD
    6 in OQc
    ..........a box Jtm ^
    TOMATOES
    GARDEN FRESH
    California Carrots
    Garden fresh California
    pkgs 39c Pascal Celery
    LARGE OQe
    STALK 0
    SohUA SfXCtelf SAVE 28' ON 2 PKGS.
    FOOD FAIR
    I
    LIMIT 2 PKGS., EITHER ITEM PLEASE. WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF S 7 OR MORE,
    W EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
    SALTINES.............i-lb.pkg.
    OR 12-OZ. PKG. FOOD FAIR
    SNACK CRACKERS
    19
    SAVE lO'-COPELAND'S
    WIENERS
    59
    WIDGET
    Kahn's Liverwurst
    .chub
    ALL MEAT 12-OZ.
    .......................PKG.
    Ort SAVE 20c HEBREW NATIONAL 12QZ flft
    Z9C Kosher Franks or Knocks pkg.' 99
    BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE 12' BORDEN S
    YOGURT
    ALL
    FLAVORS
    3 ss 69
    BORDEN'S SLICED COLORED SAVE 9c MAST.ER S ^
    American Process Cheese pkg 39c Fat Free Buttermilk 2 con?st49c
    BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE 30*- BANQUET FROZEN -
    FRIED CHICKEN* $159
    SAVEIOc __ SAVE 10c
    Dial Antiperspirant can 39c Efferdent Tablets S?io 119
    Soviet rff&e&f&t 'Dcfrl- food /act d*W y&otU ,
    /
    APPETIZERS AVAllAiU ONir AT STOMS w;Th SCRViCf COUNTERS
    All LUNCH MEATS A CHEESES SUCED TO 'OU ORDIP
    Ou juS* C*nt lut 'n(v *nah|| i.^f SO***'
    A.. lAnED GOODS VADI MVitH PUtl .EGE**llE i-C"'.
    ROAST BEEF sandwich bread
    ONUS SPECIAL!
    SAVE 80' LB.
    HALF LB.
    BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE 80c I
    FOOD
    C f AIR
    THIN
    SLICEO
    98eR- Er499
    W^m MEDIUM SA ^m m m
    Turkey Roll T 98e English Muffins 4 ofJ $1
    WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. NONE SOLD TO DEALERS. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR TYPOGRAPHICAL ERRORS.
    ***S/toc4Uy SAVE
    fOLont.
    COFFEE
    m^B
    o-oz.
    JAR
    WaaKaasaasr-
    FOOD
    FAIR
    SUPERMARKETS
    FEATURES EFFECTIVE THRU SUN.. JUNE 25
    AT ALL FOOD FAIR AND FREDERICH S STORES
    EXCLUDING FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS.
    AMERICAN KOSHER
    SALAMI .
    SAVE
    SLICED
    6-OZ.
    PKG.
    OLD MILWAUKEE
    BEER
    SAVE 10'
    12-OZ.
    NO RETURN
    BOTTLES


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