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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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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 THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JtWISH WEEKLY
: .ame 45 Number 26
Miami. Florida Friday, June 30, 1972
Two Sections Price 20 c*nts
Guerrillas Suspend Lebanon Activities
:
By K|Hcial Report
-'R< JSALEMAn announced
s:on by the Palestine Lib-
.n Organization l :i:ia activities in southern
anon "for the monvnt" fol-
ii an Israeli denunciation of
ted Nations condemnation
srael this week.
iscf Tekoah. Israel'; amb.ts-
r to the U.N., called the
of censure "an affront to
Ictima of Arab terror atroci-
ties and a travesty of just:
and sail it "might ha.e grave
ri percussions on the Middle East
situation" if it provides the ter-
rorists with an invitation to con-
tinue their attacks on Israel.
Israel said its raids wo'ild
continue as long as the Lebanese
government supported the Arab
guerrillas.
The Palestine Liberation Or-
ganization announced la Belrnl
thai its executive committee li:id
voted to stop attacks based in
Lebanon in spite <>f opposition
from two of the smaller guer-
rilla groups.
Yassir Aiatn' leader of Al
Fatal-, who headed the executive
meeting, sal:' 'hat two days ->f
emergency sessions did not m an
the guerrillas were giving -,.p
their bases iii Lebanon.
"We are willing tu discuss all
is w itli the Lebanese gov-
ernment within the framework
i>: safeguarding the revolution's
exist 'nee and security." Mr.
Poles Seize Trepper Files
From His Lawyer In Warsaw
PARIS (JTA1 Leopold
er's lawyer reported Mon-
> that Polish authorities con-
ated his files relating to the
pper case at Warsaw Air-
:' in gross violation of the
privileged communications'' he-
rn lawyer and client.
! aniel Soul'.ez-Larivlere, "be
i nch attorney engaged by the
rid War II master spy to
andle his libel .suit against the
a I of French counter-intelli-
encel who was returning from
aw alter three days of COn-
tatton with *Ieppe*i told rhe
ish Telegraphic Agency that
per was "a very sick man
o rarely leaves his home."
Me was seriously eoneerned
nan he could not reach
m pper by phone since his re-
urn to Paris and expressed fear
hat he might have been arrest-
Larhiere said that Trepper
nw him off at Warsaw Airport.
While waiting for his plane
depart, the lawyer said. Pol-
. officials detained him for
:ee hours, forced him to strip
nd confiscated all files and
luments in his possession. He
lid he had warned the officials
:at their action c iuW provoke
a diplomatic and juridical in-
cident.
Trepper, who headed the So-
viet spy network in Nazi occu-
pied Western Europe during
World War II, has filed suit
against Jean Rochet of the
French counter-espionage agen-
cy for alleging, in an article in
I,e .Monde on April 14. that
Trepper collaborated with the
Gestapo during the war and had
worked against France on be-
half of the Soviet Union before
its outbreak.
Trepper's suit will be given a
preliminary hearing in a Paris
criminal court on July 13 but
the case is not expected to be
tried until after the summer re-
cess next October.
Trepper and his wife Elisa-
beth have been trying without
success to obtain exit visas to
leave Poland to join a son in
Israel. Mrs. Trepper left Poland
two months ago on a temiiora-
ry visa. Polish authorities claim
Trepper "knows too much" to be
oermltted to leave.
Officers Admit Thev Were
y
On Joint Military Mission
TEL AVIV (JTA> Five
hieh ranking Syrian intelligence
Officers captured by an Israeli
patrol inside Lebanon near the
Israeli border Wednesday have
admitted they were on a joint
military mission with Lebanese
officers, Chief of Staff Gen.
David Elazar disclosed.
The admissions belied claims
from Beirut and Damascus that
E. Jerusalem Residents To
Receive Old-Age Benefits
JERUSALEM Israel National Insurance Insti-
I its has announced that, start-
ing in July, it will begin paying
id-age allowances to Arab and
ther minority residents in East
Jerusalem.
Under the national insurance
.aw, insured persons become en-
titled to such allowances after
completing a minimum of five
years of consecutive payments
to the institute.
Many elderly East Jerusalem
resident* are now beginning to
qualify since they were added to
the list of the institute's insured
beneficiaries immediately after
the 1967 Six-Day War.
Institute officials explained
that most recipients of such al-
lowances will also receive bene-
fits paid in addition to the old-
age allowances to all elderly
persons who have no income of
any kind.
The monthly amounts payable
to such aged persons will be 160
pounds for single persons and
250 pounds for couples. Officials
said widows and divorcees in
East Jerusalem have been re-
ceiving allowances for some
time from the institute, since
no qualifying period is required
for such payments.
The officials also reported
that East Jerusalem residents
have been receiving for some
time large family allowances
and birth grants. Residents who
are victims of work accidents
*nd of "hostile actions" receive
the maximum benefits provided
by the institute for such cases,
including rehibilitation services.
The officials noted that under
the Hashemite regime which
controlled Old Jerusalem from
the 1948 war to the Six-Day
War, there was no comprehen-
sive social insurance program
for residents of Old Jerusalem
Arafat said.
Saudi Arabia's foreign minis-
ter, Omar Salckai. went hit I :"'i-
vatt meeting with th<- Al I'-i'.ih
head !n an effort tr mediate the
Lebanese dispute with the ter-
rorists. Mr. Sakkaf negotiated
Unsuccessfully last year in in
effort to nic'late the guerrilla
dispute with Jordan.
The diplomatic: activity 'ol-
lowed three days of intermittent
action at sea. in the air and on
land. Israeli army units returned
the fire of Syrian artillery which
attacked positions in the occu-
pied Golan Heights Monday.
At sea, I-r;n li naval units Wlk
ONI guerrilla gunboat and in-
ilicte' additional damage, but
report', oi two addition il battles
e lib isran losses and caauU-
ties were denied here.
Israeli aircraft maintained
tight security over all bord S,
but Arab assertions that Israeli
helicopters had joined in n-i al
engagements were labeled >y
military spokesmen as "pure
inventions."
the officers were merely sight-
seeing and were "kidnapped" by
the Israelis, The officers .v
ed that they were on a
reconnaisance mission aimed at
pin-pointing targets in Israel.
Gen. Elaxar coupled his dis-
closure with a warning to Leb-
anon to block further terrorist
activities against Israel from
Lebanese soil, lie said that un-
less the Beirut authorities take
drastic action Israel will eon-
tin.le to take whatever meas-
ure's it deems necessary.
Gen. Elazar dismissed claims
bv the Lebanese authorities that
they were unaware of the exis-
tence of terrorist training camps
in Lebanon. He said Lebanon
is an eager host to the terror-
ists. Their headquarters are lo-
cated in Lebanon and conditions
still exist in that country which
allow the terrorists to train for
their missions, he said.
Reports from London said
Lebanon might try to avert fur-
ther retaliatory action by Israel
by modifying Its Cairo agree-
ment with the Palestinian guer-
rillas. The agreement gave the
terrorists leave to use Lebanon
as a staging area for Incursions
against Israel but not to fire
at Israeli targets from Lebanese
soiL
The agreement is not likely
to be abrogated, given the in-
ternal political conditions in
Lebanon, but there is strong
pressure on the Beirut authori-
ties to get the terrorists to leave
Lebanon for another Arab coun-
try once they have completed
their training, the reports said.
Ambassador Rabin Reportedly Being Considered
WASHINGTON, D.C. (WNS Informed sources report that
Gen. Yitzhak Rabin, ambassador to the I'nited States is one of
several candidates being considered for the position of president
of the Haifa Technion.
Rome's Chief Rabbi Warned To Leave Italy
ROME tWNSI Chiel Rabbi Elio Toaff ol Rome reeencd an
anonymous letter warning him to "return immediately to your
filthy fatherland 'presumably Israeli because tomorrow may be
too late." Rabbi Toaff was bom In Italy.
Democratic Platform Urges Jerusalem As Capital
WASHINGTON, D.C. iWNSi- Platform writers for the
Democratic party'* forthcoming presidential nominating conven-
tion recommended that the I'nited States recognize Jerusal -m as
Israel's nd move the U.S. Embassy there from Tel Aviv.
The 15-member Democratic platform subcommittee also recom-
mendi the United States "he unequivocally committed to
irt Israel's rights to exist within pecure and defensible bound1-
a:i. I U.S G vernment "mobilize world opinion" on
behall ol So iet Jews.
Civil Marriage Bill Postponed, Crisis Averted
JERUSALEM fWNSi A vote on the limited dvtl man-law
bill, introduced in the Knesset by the Indi.....ndent Liberal Party
with the support ol Mapam was postponed indefinitely after Pre-
mier Gold Meir warned that she and her Cabinet would resign i1"
the bill were voted upon. It is believed thi bill eon!.I nol pass il it
came to a vote. The Independent Liberal Party introduced the bib
(which would permit civil marriages when rabbis could not per-
form marriages because of religious lawl despite a Cabinet vote
opposing it. The Knesset will '40 into recess shortly, and lea ers of
the governing coalition are expected to discuss the bill in an at-
tempt to reach an acceptable compromise.
Weizmann Institute Receives Cancer Research Grant
NEW YORK IJTAl Harold Weill. president of the Talisman
Foundation of New York, has announced research grant-- totaling
$850,000 to the Weizmann Institute of Science in Rehovoth to
finance cancer studies. Last week Mr, Weill was made an honorary
fellow of the Weizmann Institute in recognition of his aid in re-
search aimed at eliminating leukemia, sickle cell anemia and Cooley's
Disease.
Judy Shapiro Given Permission To Attend Trial
NEW YORK iJTAl Judy Silver Shapiro reported Monday
that the Soviet official investigating the case of her husband.
Gavriel. informed her that she could come to Moscow to attend his
trial and bring a lawyer. At a press conference here, she read the
transcript of a telephone conversation with the official in Moscow
Yury Nikoloyovitch Gorbunov. She said Gorbunov would not tell
her what the charges against her husband are or when his trial
would begin.
11 Soviet Jewish Families Arrive In New York
NEW YORK (JTA) United Hias Service reported that gale
winds and heavy rains failed to dampen the spirits of relatives
waiting at Kennedy Airport Thursday night for a TWA jetliner
delayed several hours by the storm. The passengers included 28
Jewish immigrants, comprising 10 families; another Russian Jew-
ish family arrived Friday. The newcomers, all assisted by Hias, the
worldwide Jewish migration agency, came from five different coun-
tries of origin: Russia, Rumania, Poland, Hungary and Libya. Some
of the Russian arrivals entered the United States Under the parole
authority of the U.S. Attorney General.


Pace 2-A
*Jelsli FIcricHar
Friday, June 3D. 1972
Herbert Gopman Elected **?*?
JWV State Commander
Herbert L. Gopman of Miami
Bepch was elected state comman-
der of the Jewish War Veterans
HUUKT I. GO?MAN
of the U.S.A. at the closing busi-
--ior. of the three-day 26th
annual state convention last vek-
end at the Americana Hotel.
Other officers elected were M.
Jay Berliner of Coral Gabies, sen-
nander: iiarold L'hr
"' second j mi-
vice commanders; William
enfelri. judge advocate; an i
Leon G.rf<<-".an. trustee.
The J\W convention Circuit Court Judge Nesbitt
Seeks Election To Position
Circuit Court Ju-iee Joseph Nes-
titt has announced his candidacy
for election to the post to which
t was appointed after service as
a Florida assistant attorney gen-
eral.
A graduate of the University of
> :ida and of the University of
Miami Law School he is a mem-
ber of Florida Blue Key, Phi Delta
beta ocia! fraternity and Phi
Al| ba Delta legal fraternity.
National Hebrew
iskam Gin amti INC.
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from 94 posts in Florida also ap-
jafowd a resolution a>kinc-' trial
'**f*ty. county, and *tate agencies*
withhold any financial assistance
to non-delegates at the national
political conventions to be held
in Miami Beach next month."
Commander Gopman. a native
of New York, came to Florida in
1944. U|)on graduation from the
University of Miami School of
Kngineering in 1954. he enlisted
in the U.S. Army, serving with
the 42nd Tank Battalion at Fort
Jackson. S.C. He was later as-
signed to the Adjutant General's
Headquarters Area Command in
Heidelberg. Germany.
J\V\"s now top state office., a
partner in a Coral Gables engin-
eering firm, is a member of the
National Society of Professional
Engineers, the Florida Kngineer-
ing Society, the American Con-
crete Institute. Temple Emanu-
Et, the Knights of Pythias, the
Venetian Home Owners AatQC. 'he
University of Miami and its Cen-
tury Club.
Commander Gopman*s JWV rec-
ord includes being post command-
er of Col. David Marcus Post 746.
and several vice commandersbip-
in the Department of Florida.
Former Miami Beach Vice May-
or Bernard A. Frank has announc-
ed his candidacy for Dade County
Judge, Group 6. subject to the
non-partisan primary in Septem-
ber...- -- .....
A former Miami Beach munici-
pal judge, serving from 1948 until
1951. he was elected to the Miami
Beach City Council in 1951. and
served 12 years. He Ls a native of
Miami, and was graduated from
the University of Miami School
of Law. He served overseas for
21" years during World II.
Judge Frank, a recipient of the
Miami Beach Jaycee Good Gov-
ernment Award, has been public
defender for the City of Miami
Beach for more than three years,
handling 1.500 matters. He also
tried some 250 cases as a voluntary
public defender before Judge Ja-
son Berkman.
Absentee Voters May Register In Florida
It is now pottaMe to file an ap-
plication for absentee voters regis-
tration in the State of Florida.
Eligible applicants include mem-
bers of the armed forces in active
service, members of the U.S. Mer-
chant Marine, temporary residents
outside the United State -
pendent of the above, r.-
sically disabled who
io registc-i in person
For additional Information, ,a||
ihe Metro Dade County Kir- rs
Division Office at 377-7501.
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Newly elected officers of the
Dade County Podiatry \--*ociation
for the fiscal year which began
June 1 include Dr. Wart-en L. Sim-
monds. president; Dr. Lionel Gold-
stein, and Dr. Morton Altman. vice
president-: Dr. Martir E. Kama,
secretary, and Dr. Robert Garnet,
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+Jelsti fhrkRan
Page 3-A
12 DAYS ABROAD WITH PRESIDENT NIXON
Moscow's Jews Get New Leaders
But No Change In Leadership
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
I hi.' ITA Washington Burraii
f ;rst ot Ttnr AriiciKT
WASHINGTON Moscow's
-.agoguc sometimes call-
the Choral or Central Syna-
in has new loaders but, i.-om
itoit ace was able to hear, .lot
,iv leadership. That, one is (old.
ild be impossible. It :s enough
tit
to ai
ith
Ik-t J<
Tin
faithful are able to keep
'. alive in an atheist, land
anti-Semitic traditions. So-
ry has had enough mar-
without putting old men
vise of governmental |>res-
are rarely observed,
Moscow's Jewish population
.^approximately 300,000^ with an
additional 200.000 in the surround-
ing area, Mr. Kaplun noted. Bo-
sk.'s the central synagogue, he
said, Moscow has two "wooden"
synagogues and another "wooden"
one 20 kilometers away for these
hali-million Jews. The term
"wooden" indicated the temporary
existence expected for those syna-
gogues.
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Wis
th
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sctlv <
Bi'iva
i icar.
\ n
nagogue's new president
aim Kaplun, a vigorous and
g grandfather of 79 with
friendly face. He war?
racket the colors of the
. ivarded him for valor in
?le of Moscow against the
:laving been vice presi'.-'nt.
electi'd to the leadership
congregation's boa"! ol
iree months prior to Presi-
" xon's Moscow visit. His
sor. the late Manashd
.ovich, was the liy leader
; ears.
omewhat cloudier suc.!C8-
olving Soviet government
, .. the new religious leade*
. Jacob Fishman, who is
was quietly installed ex-
i week before Mr. Nixon's
Technically, he fills the
caused by the death last
.-i- of Rabbi Yehu -i Left
*vin. But. it was said, he does not
her the late rabbi's tchol-
irl) attainments nor the reli-ioir-
luthorlty that flowed from them.
. appointment resulted from the
ninence of the arrival of the
t .-. ri ans for the summit, one is
in i. because the author-ties
1M no: Wish Moscow to lie without
i-abH when visit im? newsmen be-
in inquiring about Soviet .1 "vs
A i to the genuine authority
Ihin 'he congregation was seen
when the Jewish TelegraphJe
Agency correspondenl asked to
I with the rabbi. He was 'ed.
Instead to the office of Mr. Kap-
Later Mr. Kaplun .mid"1 the
renorti r to the rabbi's rooms on
lb op; .site side of the shul.
Rabbi Fishman, is n short I
ttockj man with a ruddy face, ividc ;
dark blue eyes, and a graying
ward. He looks precisely lik? n |
composite of the Orthodox Rus-
;in Jewish clergy of 50 year- Ago
American communities. Fo>- Prl-
day nicht he wore a familiar bl.icl; j
mil with a long shiny dou'de-
easted jacket. Both he and Mr,
Kaplun who showed the reporter
w< ars tritzes exude personal
warmth, but the rabbi is far more
.i served. In parting, both em-
braced the reporter with the heart-
iness that was the characteristic
ind apparently contintes to be
the hallmark of the old Eastern
Kuropean Jew for a fellow Tew.
New in his position. R:ib"bi Fish-
man naturally avoided discus-ion
of delicate topics. He therefore of-
fi red simple evasions such as one
can say a lot; one can say a little*
and "if you look with a good ey
you will" see good; if you will look
with a bad eye, you will see Ind."
Rabbi Fishman, who had at-
tended the Moscow Yeshiva. agreed
ith Mr. Kaplun that the Yeshiva
at present has 11 scholars but
noted that it also has five young
-indents, for a total of !<">. Hi"
Yeshiva, Mr. Kaplun said, wa*
founded in 1957. Moscow, he i Ided
also has a slaughtering house for
koshering meat.
Deploring the disinterest it the
young and their parents in Judo-
Ism, Mr. Kaplun explained "W<
n-y to God and it hasn't been help-
ing." As an example, he told if a
ehild in the 10th grade of a public
-ehool who came to the synagogue
to learn Hebrew and Yiddish.
When his parents, non-believers,
found out they took him away. In-
termarriage is common for Jews
and Jewish practices of any kind
The 85-year-old Central Syna-
gogue, neither architecturally
handsome nor well-kept, is a struc-
ture of peach-painted cement walls
and tall, thick, white pillar*., Its
exterior is embellisher by a r.eat
blue oblong over the main door-
way on which is inscribed in gold
Hebrew letters "Nothing Els- But
(Tud's House," In its dingy, dark
interiors, scaffolding has been
erected, but there was no other
sign of renovating progress.
On this Friday night, t May 26>
about 150 were present III the shul
which sents perhaps 1.000. Nearly
all were elderly and male. Ratnei
than being segregated In a gallery
of a special section elsewhere, the
women sat in the same pews a-
the men but apart from them and
in small clusters. Few men were
bearded. No choir was present. It
j tinued, Soviet officials encouraged
is the American networks which ler,'
him to think that the "elee-istm
was an easy way for (ho Soviet
authorities to show the outside
world that freedom existed tot
Soviet Jews to practice their reli-
gion. This possibly was where the
Kissinger rumor fit and why ac-
tivists, smelling a ruse, did not
play that game. Obviously the au-
thorities had no fear that Jewish
activists, who had been kent out
of this point.
Florida Bar Installs Board Of Governors
Former Miami Mayor Robert L.
Floyd, Judge Sam I. Silver and
Paul A. Louis were among 33 at-
torneys sworn in as members of
the board of governors of the
Florida Bar at the association's
annual convention.
The conclave at Disney World
last week also seated Leland K.
Stansell. Edward J. Atkins and J.
B. Spence of Miami together with
John S. Neel / and Russell E. Car-
lisle of Ft. Laudenlale.
Judge Silver. Judge Floyd and
Mr. I.ouis are holdover members.
Several uniformed police walked
the street in front of "he syna*
rogue during the filming process,
the network supervisor ac'ded, Ilei
also spotted a truck with about 15
others in an alley a half-block
away. When it aoneared that some
in the congregation objected to
televising the services, an officer
entered the synagogue and s|>ok'
with them. There was no obticlc
to the crews. A dozen young men
wearing red armbands kept rhe
street clear. During his five-hour
stay, the TV specialist said, from
200 to ."W0 persons were within the
synagogue at any one time tor the
filming. Some, he said, were Amer-
ican tourists. "In a low-l-ey wav,"
he concluded, "the situation wa--
tenee
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mornings. The davening was iii the
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On holidays the synagogue, is
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Volume 45
18 TAMUZ 5732
Number 26
Party Platforms Reflect U.S. View
On the eve of the Democratic National Convention
on Miami Beach, the special study issued by the Near East
Report, edited by the respected 1. L. Kenen, has particular
significance for the American Jewish community.
It reveals that the records and attitudes of all fhe
major candidates for president show substantial agree-
ment in favor of support for Israel. Recognizing that otlen
statements are made to gain votes and campaign contri-
butions, the conclusion is that they have value in that they
serve to convey the views of the American people, not
only to the U.S. administration, but also to the Russians,
the Arab states and the Israelis.
In the view of Kenen, the platforms of both the Republi-
can and Democratic parties will reassure Israel that the
American people do stand with her and inform Israel's
foes that she will not stand alone if her survival is
threatened.
Help Refugees Not Terrorists
Much is made in Arab propaganda about the plight
of the Palestinian refugees and there is little doubt that
humanitarian concern for many of these unfortunate people
is a world problem. But it must also be recognized that the
United Nation-financed camps in Lebanon cue under the
absolute control of the terrorist organizations and that a
large part of the problem of refugees is created by their
own leaders.
Since late 1969, when terrorist groups took over the
camps, the United Nations Relief and Work Agency
(UNRWA) has repeatedly appealed to the Lebanese gov-
ernment to exercise its responsibility for law and ordet in
the camps. But these appeals are ignored and inspection
of the conditions in the camps is denied to reporters, as the
New York Times recently revealed.
Only recently, a new funding appeal was made by
the U.N. Secretariat. It is time that the United States, which
has been the most generous contributor, insists that this
humanitarian program not be perverted any longer by
those who oppose the fundamental purposes of the United
Nations. Halp for refugees, of course, but not for the terror-
ists who control them.
United Fund Goal Realistic
Greater Miami's United Fund campaign, while not yet
officially off the ground, is already conducting a program
designed to reach the major industries which have co-
operated in recent years with increased employee contri-
butions.
The goal of S6.678.000 to meet 1972 needs reflects the
added costs of new programs and expanded ones ap-
proved for member agencies, and the increased cost
brought on by inflation of maintaining the present level
of services. A number of Jewish-sponsored agencies are
among the United Fund beneficiaries.
The 1973 target maintains the record of realistic goals
set by United Fund and there is good reason to believe
that the Dade County effort will lead the nation fa the
third year in a row.
Last Minute Checks
It is wise to make a last-minute check of the house
and belongings before leaving for vacation. It is also im-
portant that, if h hasn't been done already, you make an-
other kind of check your contribution to the Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund. It will make your
vacation that much better.
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MATTER OF FACT
'"
by JOSEPH AISOP
Washington By a*cruel
irony, ,i friendly letter from John
Paul Vnun arrived last Tuesday.
Four full days earlier, the tro ;ic
news had come thai Vann, the
single mo;( expcrieffced aftft ;>re^
sclent American in South Viet-
nam had been killed in a h"li-
copter crash in line of duty.
This then must have been one
DON QUADDAFII* LA LM* M^m^
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of ttfe'lasf/ litters wr.tton I,
this wonderful brave ar
triotic man. i He always ha
J his own private correspoi
in a rather crabbed Ion
and always at the end <-,f
those Ion? days of !anj
work in the field that
have put most younger n
bed for a eekj
THF. LETTER also g
wiri message, so thosi .
which are not overly pi
repro lucti ..
"It is true wrote '."
A ei ican organizer of tl
fi : se of Kontui i in th C
!I .-i;' ,' Is. 'we're _-(....
turn the enemy .-
se] to ,:
. the best defens >
main position in
lands' was to hold Kontum
it I the reinforc ment
Kontum with the ARVN 2
Division i accomplished just
day prior to the enemy's -.-
ing assault. ."
(Here followed techni:a'. .r
detailed estimates of
looses, amounting to the eqi:; i-
lent of close to a division at Kon-
tum and two and one-ha'.f N ":-
Vietnamese divisions, ov i ill
since mid-February in Varm's
II Corps area.)
"My 12 April predictions v"
enemy defeat, already reported
in this space i are holding quite
Continued on Page 12-A
COMMENT
by EDWARD COHEN
The lack of a good Jewish
education is often assigned as
a reason for alienation of young
Jews from their heritage. For
those who work, as I do, in a
field where there is a good deal
of contact with Jews in search
of an identity this is another
one of those myths which in-
hibit real research into the
problem.
AMONG THE early invaders
of our local territory are a num-
ber of yippies and zippies with
obvious Jewish background, a
procaimed alienation from the
Jewish establishment, and a
surprisingly high ratio of ye-
shiva-trained youth.
Brought up in New York's
unique atmosphere they have
found their home among
the "zaidas and bubbas" on
South Beach where they have
established a rapport with the
oldsters that few of us here
could. They not only boast
now of their Jewishness but
as one told a group at Lummus
Park recently, he'd chant his
Haftorah if they preferred that
to a speech.
IT MAY BE that, when the
chips are down if only to cre-
ate a friendly atmosphere in our
fear-ridden convention city
the Jew in us comes to the fore.
Yet, the question that continues
to be raised in these recent
years "Why Be Jewish?"
is one that is not to be taken
lightly.
At one of the sessions of the
recent meeting of Reform rab-
bis, Temple Israel's Rabbi Jo-
seph R. Narot presented a posi-
tive response which I would
like to share, in part, with our
readers.
WHY BE JEWS? Because,
Rabbi Narot told his celleagues,
we were born Jews and we real-
ly have no alternative. Our fate
may have chosen us; now we
choose our fate. We are of
course free to run as others
before us have run from our
birthright
But do not think it is an easy
matter. There is a price to pay
unless one's heart is made of
stone for running. Not only
our inner hesitations, guilt, love
and life-patterns will not let
us run very far, but the world
will stop us sooner than we
think.
THE JEWISH child in the
classroom, the business or pro-
fessional Jew in the store or
office, the radical Jewish youth
in his revolutionary cell soon
or late all of these are made
to confront their Jewishness.
And they must choose between
self-acceptance and flight.
And, asks Rabbi Narot, to
what that is better shall we
run? Where shall we find a
heritage that is as old and as
wise, and still as alive to every
promise and possibility, as ours?
If Jewishness has been "in" in
our time, it has not been just
because of the new and super-
ficial television jokes, but be-
cause of our old and profound
Biblical judgments.
NOT PORTNOY'S complaint
but Jeremiah's lament has
brought new awareness and re-
spect for our heritage in the
world. And whether we call it,
as one rabbi has. the "re-Juda-
ization of Christianity," or
whether we see it. as many do,
as the new and long-awaited
awakening of many to what our
heritage has given to the world,
it is now known as perhaps
never before that it is the clas-
sic Jewish teachings that must
prevail if man is to live:
The belief in the oneness of
mil Creation; the faith in Justice
as the indispensable condition of
all life; the devotion to Freedom
as the necessary circumstance
for human existence; the hun-
ger for Knowledge of the
world, of man, of the innermost
recesses of the heart and outer-
most reaches of space tht"e
are the realizations which the
experience of our people and
faith have brought to mankind
AND FOR WHAT should we
now abandon this faith and Un-
people? What would we find to
replace it in turning our backs
on a tradition in which a people
that had been homeless for over
2.000 years has been able to
build its home with electrifying
skill and courage; in which a
segment of our people may be
stifled Jewishly for generations
and even centuries, only to arise
and announce "We will be
Jews!"?
The concern for equality
which our young people are
stressing, Rabbi Narot points
out. whether or not they realize
it, the Jewish heritage has pro-
claimed this from the verj
start. On the day of our re-
dedication to our ancient Cove-
nant, we remember an alier.
woman from whose descendants
came one of the pre-eminent
men of all our history.
IN THE HOUR of our most
intense reflection on our Jew-
ishness, we recall a spiritually
near-sighted prophet who tried
in vain to escape the summons
to bless an outsider. And the
same rabbis who were prepared,
if necessary, to be torn limb
from limb for the sake of the
Torah. stated that rain is more
important than Torah because
rain benefits all men whereas
Torah is only for the Jew.
My own feeling is that our
youth is not as Jewishly-illiter-
ate as we would have it. The
problem is that they know the
Judaism described above all too
well and wonder why it is not
practiced by their elders.


Friday. June 30, 1972
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Hillel Director At U-F
Moving To Pennsyvania
Rabbi Michael A. Monson, di-
n ctor of the B'nai B'rith Hillei
Foundation at the. University of
F.orida in Gainesville has been
appointed to the post of associate
director of the Hillel Foundation
at the University of Pennsylvania
and will assume his duties there
S oirector of Hillel Foundations on
11 half of the B'nai B'rith Hillel
Commission, made the announce-
ment.
Rabbi Monson, who has served at
\hC University of Florida for the:
past three years was ordained at
lr.< Jewish Theological Seminary oi
America in 1969. He holds a
l.n-helor of arts degree from Le-
-. h University and a master of
Hi brew literature fegree from tho
.'(wish Theological Seminary of
A-r.eriea.
.ahbi Monsen expects to receive
ree of spocalist in education
Is summer and is presently a
randidate for the doctor of ph'l.iso-
ph> degree in counselor educa'ion.
I tiring his tenure at the Uni-
versity of Florida. Rabbi Monson
... instrumental in creating new
IM r.ues of Jewish interest and ei-
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tf his projects included the "ass-
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Last year's recipients were Bar-!
bara Ayres and Alan Herman,
students at Dade County Junior
College.
Gurney Cosponsors
Resolution Urging
World Conference
Senator Ed Gurney
has co-sponsored a resolution ask-
ing President Nixon to call a'
world conference on skyjacking to '
establish .strin"ent .standards foi
n of human life and to
seek restri-tions on travel to
countries which harbor skyjack-
ers.
The resolution II Sei
Abraham Riblcoff iD-Conn.i and
co-sponsored ob Javits
iR-N.Y.f, Sin. Edward Kennedy
ID-Mass.) nnd Sen. Gurney. asks
the President to convene the in-
ternational conference "to estab-
lish uniform, stringent security
standards and procedures tor the
protection of human life in and
around airports and aircraft. In-
, eluding restrictions on interna-
tional flights to those countries
which harbor, assist or fail to take
appropriate action against indi-
viduals or groups within their bor-
ders who plan, conspire or engage
in activities leading to violent in-
terference with international tra- .
vel."
Sen. Gurney not^d that Florida
has been particularly hard-hit
with numerous skyjackings from
major airports like Miami and
Tampa. "Nothing so endangers the
lives of innocent people as these
continual skyjacking episodes," he
said. "Since 1961. when we had
our first skyjacking, there have
been 147 plan, hijackings in this
country and 217 hijackings out-1
side of the United Stab
In this country, according to '
the Federal Aviation Administra- I
tion, two crew members, two pas-
sengers and three hijackers have
been killed during acts of air pi-
racy. These figures do not include
the 26 Americans from Puerto 1
Rico who were slaughtered May
31 in an Arab terrorist attack at
Israel's Lod Airport in Tel Aviv.
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vJewisti fir rid for
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Deadline For Smolar Award
Nominations Is Extended
To permit the widest possible
participation, the deadline for sub-
mission of nominations in this
war's inaugural Smolar Award
lor Excellence in American Jew-
ish Journalism has been extended
to July 31, accerdirtp'trr Jcrolri C
Hoffberger of Baltimore, chairman
df the award committee. The 1972
auards will cover material pub-
lished since June 1, 1971.
The award, established earlier
this year by the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds
in honor of Boris Smolar. editor-
In chief emeritus of the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency and a dis-
tinguished author and columnist,
will be presented anually at the
lime of the CJF General Assemb-
.. This yeai 's award presentation
will take place at the Nov. 8-12
(1st General Assembly in Toronto.
Canada,
The application forms, which
a.-ci detail the rules governing the
award, have been distributed to
American Jewish newspapers and
in interested individuals and of-
lices of local Jewish Communal
agencies. They may also be ob-
1 lined by uriting to the Smolar
Award, Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds. 315
Park Avenue South, New York.
.\ Y. 10010.
The award is in two categories:
,-i $500 pri/e awarded to a Jour-
nalist for distinguished reporting
Di communal affairs or issues in
..ii English language newspaper
primarily covering news >>i Interest
In i he North American Jewish
n>mmunity; a citation to a news-
[wiper for overall excellence in the
re|>ortage and coverage of Jewish
i immunal affairs and Isues.
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bj ihe Smolar Award Committee
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ence of the World Union for Pro-
gressive Judaism in Geneva this
weekend.
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convocation in Switzerland. Large
delegations are attending from
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Israel and South Africa, with
mailer contingents coming from
Australia and Latin America.
The World Union represents 810 ,
synagogues in 2-4 nations serving
a membership over 1,500,000. The
organization was founded in Lon-
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Delegates also are deliberating
current conditions for Reform or
Liberal Judaism in Israel, the
problems of Soviet Jews, how to
involve young people in the build-
ing of Jewish religious life and the
current status of international
Jewish-Christian relations.
By SiM'ciul Reuort
DETROITB'nai B'rith is vim-
ining ways of instituting a "pre-
retirement counseling" program
for older persons, Rabbi Benjamin
M. Kahn. executive vice-president,
said last week.
Rabbi Kahn told a convention of
B'nai B'rith District 6 that ex-
ploratory studies have been under-
taken for a guidance program to
help |iersons approaching retire-
ment age "adjust financially and
emotionally to the transition."
Advances In medical technology
which have lengthened dramati-
cally the life span, coupled with
society's "attitude of indifference"
toward social problems created by
the new longevity, "point up the
need for community service in
this area," he said.
He told 600 delegates that "the
aged have become the most iso-
lated segment in the Jewish com-
munity." and there is need for
innovative programs to encourage
persons nearing retirement age
to develop new interests, involve-
ments, and associations. He pro-
posed "training institutes" where
retirees could learn new skills to
be used in voluntary work or part-
time employment.

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Friday. June 30. 1972
Representatives of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation
and the World Zionist Organization Department of
Education and Cullture met recently to plan the expansion
of Federation's Israel Study Tour Program, which will even-
tually enable groups of up to 80 local high school students
to spend a nine-week quinmester studying in Israel under
American-certified teachers for credit from any Dade Countv
public high school. Seated are Arthur 3. Rosichan, (left)
Federation's executive vice president; Rabbi Morris Kipper
of Temple Judea, (center) chairman of the Israel Study Tour
subcommittee, which works under Federation's Planning
Committee on Jewish Education, and Dr. Hayim Finkelstein,
(right) director of the WZO's Department of Education and
Culture. With them are Dr. Abraham P. Gannes, (standing,
left) director of the WZO Department of Education and Cul-
ture 1 American Section) and Robert P. Forman, Federation's
associate executive vice president
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Officers Of Beth Torah
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Officers who will serve' the
Men's Club of Beth Torah Conare-
sjation during the next fiscal year
include Gene Scharzberg. presi-
dent; Jack Chaikon. Ferde Peltz
and Ben Newmark. vice presi-
dents; Hy Krieger. treasurer;
John Werner, recording s and Herman La/ernick. financial
,secretary.
Serving on the board of direc-
tors wiil be Chuck Band. Nate
Weiner. Max Silver, Nat Ostrov,
Nat Schwalb. Louis Somers. Bill
Berson. Arth-ir Moyel. Ben Fein-
berg. Milton Firtel. Morris I.azar.
Sam Davidoff. Al Golden. Izz
Hirsch. Jack Jayson, Ben Barg.
Albert Levine. Manny Bernhang
and Sam Kirschbaum.
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-Jewlsli ncrHian
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Rabbi Murciano Named
To Head N.Y. Yeshiva
Rabbi Simon Murciano. who ha--
served as principal of the Hille'
Community Day School for th<
N.Y. and received his bachelor's
legree and master of educational
administration from the Univer-
sity of Pittsburgh and has com-
pleted his Ph.D. requirements. He
is a member of the Rabbinical
',,....,.ii ,,> America, iho Dcpn-t-
mont of Elementary School Prln-
LpUis, American Association o'
ITnive-sity Profca o s, Nati >na'
Council for Je sh Ed i al on an 11
the National Conference of Ye-
siii.a Principals.
Rabbi Murciano and his wife,
the former Ruth Gross, daughter
of Rabbi and Mrs. Pinchas N.
Gro?s, are the parents of three
c"aus;hters, Zrhava. 12. Hayi. 11 i
and Aliza, 7. Mrs. Murciano taught
in the General Studies Department |
of the Hebn w Academy of Greatel
Miami and at the Motite.-sori
School during their stay here.
Beth David Opening
Hebrew Day School
lieth David Congregation is
launching an "open classroom"
Hebrew Day School in September.
Affiliated with the national net-
work of Solomon Schechter Day
Schools the program will have an
Integrated curriculum emphasiz-
ing secular subieota blending into
Hebrew and Judaic Studies.
The "ouen classroom" coneeut,
for grades one through three, wil
allow each child individuality,
self-motivation and dependability.
Vn('er the overall supervision of
Rabbi Dan Landsman, educational
Hi 'tor- >f th*- s-hoo'. the toa-^rr"
staff will consist of a dlrectinp
teacher, a reading specialist and a
teaching assistant.
There is still limited enrollment
availaMe for a the 1972-73 academic year. Fur-
ther information ma/ he ohtainc"
from Andrea Winter or Marcir
Weinstein.
Marking a year's affiliation between Mount Sinai Medical
Center cf Greater Miami and the Chaim Sheba Medical
Cent r of Tel Aviv, the largest medical institution in Israel,
Dr. Mordecai Shani, (center) director of Chaim Sheba, was
special guest at a June 16 luncheon. At left are Alvin Go!J-
bsra, director of Mount Sinai, and Dr. Vandon E. White,
dean of the School cf H3dlth and Social Services at Flor-
ida International University; Dr Peter Masiko, president of
Miami-Dade Junior College and Dr. Emmanuel Papper, vice
president of Medical Affairs and dean of the University of
Miami School of Medicine are at right. ____
RABBI SIMON MURCIANO
past two years, has been selected
to head the renowned Yeshiva
Rabbi Moses So!ovichik in Man-
hattan. N.Y.. according to an an-
nouncement made bv Israel Milier,
president, and A' Rieder. chairman
of the hoard. H will a-.sume his
new duties Aug. 1.
The YYeshiva was established
in 1935 ard Is named after i-
founder, the lat- Rabbi M ses
Soloveichik. whose ron. the w II
known theologian. Rabbi Dr. Jo-
seph B. Soloveichik. is the honor-
ary president Ol the Yeshiva.
Prior to com n? to Miami, Rabbi
Murciano served is headmaster t
the Hillel Day School o' M.-tro-
politan Detroit from 1963 70.
Rabbi Murciano was ordained
at "he Miner Yeshiva in BrooK'yn.
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Friday, June 30, 1972
It
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n
SUM...
J/ie hCabbi SptcJu \fr*ft C77ic pulpit
tf f I
'**......r
iMfa.!-.*..
Difference Illustrated
B>
RABBI MAI RICK KLEIN
Temple Tifereth Israel
Th.' society we live in is now '
. i'il> dfatramd ami plagued by
i inaticai "extremists" in cither :
cani|) "right
or left."
We must be
mindful of. par-
ticularly at con-
vention time in
our community,
the fact that
"extremism" re.
presents a
tin (-at to liber-
ty, free thought,
the right to dif-
fer.
Extremism has \
on society, with
and with murder,
rrorists, assassins ami dictators
re the product of minds obsessed
ith extremism.
Yet Pirn has." the biblical "/ea-
>t" is distinguished in the Torah
ortii n of this Sabbath, and is
warded by God Almighty the
ighi >; lonor of "Brith-Shalom,"
ie "covenant of peace
The biblical narrative in the
. oi Numbers, Chapter 2S
se 7 and Chapter 25 Verse 11,
lainly ill stnates the difference
between a despicable "zealot" mo-
' notoriety, by lust for
. ow .' ami limelight, or a *"pin-
soughl iin personal ad-
.. rgrandize-

"Pinchas" sought not the accep-
1 tence of his values or his points
of view for admiration sake. He
' struck a blow for the command-
ments of God. ami for the dignity
: of his people.
The lesson is clear: we in our
attitude on all Issues, at home, the
synagogue or in society must be
certain that we seek not satisfac-
tion of our own neurotic demands,
that we have no personal gain in
our mind.
"Then will our zeal lead us to
"God's covenant of peace."
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Services
By RABBI SAMUEL i. VOX
tc), UTS, Jewish Talagraphlc Agency)
Why is a bride called "Kalian" !
in Hebrew?
We find this term used for a !
bride as early as in the Biblical:
literature, 'Jeremiah 2:32; Son;.'
of Songs 4:8ff., etc.) Its meaning
has never been clear. The same
term has also been found to refer .
Lb,,, i......I-..!''1 -"' l|'"1"
MIAMI
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'"' "''" -*
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Awe.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitx Z
SETH*AM (TEMPLBI. 5950 N. Ke-.
dall Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard 8
Friday s SO i' m Topic: "How wot
To Spend A Vacation."
BETH DAVID. ?e?6 SW 3rd Ave.
Coneervative. Rabbi Sol Landau_
Cantor William W. Lioeon 4
to a daughter-in-law in the Bible I Friday 6 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.
ffobfcf Klein
ked havoc
fiance of law
1972 Facts About Israel
Book Released In States
The Israel Ministry of Foreign
Affairs has released the 1972 edi-
tion of Facts About Israel. This
war's hook has 192 pages, includ-
ing eight full color plates and a
color map featuring the cease fire
lines of the 1967 Six-Day War.
The small reference work, up-
dated annually, has 100 black and
white illustrations to supplement
the text, Israel's history, geogra-
rtiy. economy, social services and
cultural life aie covered.
Membership Rush
Mitvah Lodge. B'nai B'rith. is
holding its annual membership
rush on Sunday from -1 to T p.m.
it the home of Robert Brautman,
1131 NE 203rd St. Philip Wein-
ttein is in charge of arrangements.
. Ivith
I Chap-
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Pinch os
.- i the Lor," spoke unto Moses saying, Phinehas
ll rned My wrath away from the children of Israel
t is 25: 10-30: 1.
PHINEHAS' REWARD: As a reward for his ?eal .n uphold-
of God. Phinehas was promised that he and hi. de-
- ndants would retain the High Priesthood for all :lme. The
names o1 !.. man anr" woman he slew were Zimri. n prince ol
II tribe Simeon and Cozbi, the daughter of a Midiamte kin;.
S COND CENSUS: Now tliat the conquest of Canain was ill
it was necessary not only to ascertain the number of fight-
ivailable bul also the numerical structure of each uibr
in order to provide an equitable ba>is for the eventual division of
th Promised Land Moses and Eleazar were therefore commanded
C a new census of the people. The last one had been
tak n some 38 years before at ML S;nai.
SUCCESSION OF JOSHUA: Go. commanded M.....- a-
the mountain range of A irim, whence he could view the
P nised Land. Told that his end was approaching and that ho.
Aaron, would die for hi- sin at Kadesh. Moses' immediate
or his people and he asked that his suxeasor be
inted to lead them. God directed him to lay his hand upor
' -lu:i .-: thi transference of his authority, anr" present
him to Eleazar, the pii>t. and to the whole congregation, thus
:-i ins the dignity of office.
DAILY AND FESTIVAL OFFERINGS: It was necessary to
'Deration that theh sacrificial obligations would
C ntinue when they entered Canaan. A detailed description vas
given for the pub'.ic morning and evening sacrifices, '.h-
a litlBflStl sacrifices on Sabbath, the offerings on the new nvon
a- I on Passover, the Feast of Weeks, New Year, and Day of
mement and the Feast of Tabernacles. In addition to these
o tarings, the individual, if he so desired, conic: bring a
ng on these daj -.
(Genesis 11:31).
Some claim that the term, when
, used in this sense means "bound,"
i.e. bound In matrimony. Some
, (like Eliezer l>. n Jehuda, the fam-
ous lexicographer' claim that this
: name is given to the girl on iiet
i wedding day necause it was rus-
| tomary to cover the bride's f.ice
i with a veil on her wedding day.
Thus the term "Kalian" would in-
dicate one who Is concealed o:
' "covered."
In old tradition whatever was
I holy or precious was covered ,i> a
sign of respect and reverence. The
term "kallah" as used lor a bride
would thus signify the one whose
countenance is enclosed with n veil
on the day of her wedding.
A husband or his father would
refer to the bride as "his Kallah"
because it was the husband, .inri
sometimes in early times the
father-in-law, who placed the veil
over the bl ide.
Why is it that Jewish mar-
riages are not performed on the
Sabbath?
In spite of all the lofty :d>al-
in marriage and the sir of sanc-
tity that envelopes the wedding
ceremony, the act of marrJaga is
basically a legal transaction which
involves specific legal pe.
ances. Since legal acts and legal
mances are prohibited on
the Sabbath, marriage i U would
be no exception to this general
rule.
Bar Mitzvahs, for example, on I
'ho other hanc\ require no :ier- j
formance whatsoever on the part |
of humans in the legal fense. 3ar
Mitzvah is a status which auto-
matically comes upon a boy with
the arrival of his 13th birthday,
Whatever takes place at a public
Bar Mitzvah festivity is simniy a
celebration ami thanksgiving of
this temporal achievement in 'ife
Thus, there is r.o legal act. transac-
tion or performance whatsoever at
a Bar Mitzvah celebration.
Thus, Bar Mitzvah celebrations
may take place on the Sab!>ath
while marriages may not.
9ETH EL. 500 SW 17tn Ava. Ortho-
1ox. Rabbi H. Rothrnan 8
BETH KODESH. 1l0t SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rahbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Leon Segal.
3ETH TOV (Temple). St. Conservative. Cantor Seymour
Hinkes 8
SPAEL (Tempiei OF GREATER
Miami. 137 NE 19th Street. Hetorm
Rabbi Joaeph R. Narot. 10
CONGREGATION TZ CHAIM. 142
44 Waahington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
Gronar 32
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NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 T9th Street Cause-
way, North Bay Viiiage. Conserve.
tiva. Rabbi Philip Fried. 32.
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESMURUN (Templet. 102)
NE Miami Qardena Or. Conserve.
tiva. Rabbi Milcon Schlinaky. Can.
tor Nathaniel bvhub. 33
BETH TORAH. NE 164th St. at 'lth
Ave. Coneervative. Rabbi Max Lip.
achitz. Cantor Jacob Ranzer. 34
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B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Charlea Rune.
Cantor Jack Lamer. 34
SINAI (Templal 0> NORTH DADS
18801 NE 22nd Ava. Reform. R
Ralph P. Kingaley. Cantor Irving
Shulkea. 37
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E
Csplan Si
ISRAELITE CEN1ER 3175 SW ?Sth
St. Conservative. Rabbi Paul J.
Bender. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
OR OLOM (Temple) 8758 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Olixman. "
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox
Rabbi Nattali Porush 3$
CORAL GAB US
JUDEA (Temple) 5bO0 Granada Blvd
Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper 40
TIFERETH ISRABU 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein. "
ZION (Temple) 80C0 Mlllr Rd Con.
scrvative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro
HIALEAH
TIFERETH JACOB .Temple). 951 E
4th Ave. Conservat ve. Rabbi Na-
than Zolondek 15
NORTH M'AMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
Conservative. 2225 N.E I21t St.
Conservative. Rabbi Joseph Gor-
finkel. Cantor Ben Zion Kirschen-
baum. 35
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISMAEL, 7801 Carlyle Ave
Orthodox. 17
ZAMORA (Temple) 4 Zamora Ava.
Conservativa. Rabbi Maxwell Berg.
er. 4!
SURFSIDE
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION
9293 Harding Ave., Surfaiae. Town
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D. Virt
M
I BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 547 E. Oak.
land Park Blvd. Rabbi Akiva Bril.
Iiant. Cantor Vaunr- mu, j
BETH ISRAEL, TT3 autn St. Orthodox
Rabbi Berel Wei .. 18
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BETH JACOft. 301 Washington Ave.
Ot hodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir
sky. Cantor Maurice Mai..cnes. 19
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BETH RAPHAEL (Temple). 154?
Jefferson Ava. Coneervative. Rabtv
David Raab. Canto-- Saul Breeh. 20
BETH SHOLOIV. ( Temote). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor David Convieer. 21
Friday 8:15 i> m Rabbi Harrj .l"lt
trill speak on: "My Country. Twin
Tie Of Th** Wlii.h Way America?"
Saturday 10:4t m.
BETH TFIuAH 935 Euclid svt. or.
thodox. Rabbi Joaeph E. Rackov.
aky. 22
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA-
TION. 843 Meridian Avenue. 22-A
FORT LAUDERDAIE
EMANU-EL. 3245 w. ui.nd Park
Blvd. Reform. Kabbi Artnur J. AD-
rams. Cantnr lerome *< -nt. 43
P0MPAN0 BEACH
JHOLOM (Ten.pie). 132 SE 11th Ava.
Conservative. Hijbi viorni A. Snop.
Cantor Ernest Schrtiber. 44
MARGATE JEWISH CENTSR. 10t
NW 9th St.
HAUAn'DALE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTE-
Cantor Rev. Jacob Danzio*'. I I '
6ist Ave. -.
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (Ttmpiej. '33. S. 14th Avt
Reform. Rabbi Samuel .iffe. 41
Friday IS p m A !' 111< '.'.
bonorar) In aaurer. u ill -.
"Ba 'ieiiiu- linn V'oui
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BETH SHALOM (Yen.pie). 1728 Mon.
roe St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky Cartor Irving Gold. 44
INAI (Tainple). 1201 johnson St.
^uni>ervaiive. Rabbi DaviJ Shapiro-
Cantor Yehuda Heilbraun. 47
M1RAMAR
ISRAEL (Tempiei 6*20 SW SSth St
Conservative Rabbi Avram Drazm
Cantor Abraham Koatai. *
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
1242 Washinoton Ave. Orthodox
Pabbi Dow Roze.icwaig. 23
CUBAN SEPHARDIC HEBREW CON.
GREGATION. 715 Washington Ave-
nue, Miami Beach. Rabbi Meir Mas-
liah Melamed 23-A
EMANU-EL (Tempw). 1701 Washing-
ton Ava. Conservativa. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adlar. 24
Friday ; p.m. Baturday 9 a.m. Rabbi
Lahnnnn win preach oh: "Bawara <>(
lh.k Kanalir"
HEBREW ACADBMY. 2400 Pinetrer
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Groaa 28
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CDNO. AN-NELL (Brancn of He-
brew Academy). 7th St. and Merid-
ian Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham
Ben-Hillel. 25-A

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Dr. Daniel J Elazar, professor
ol pclitical science and direc-
tor of the Center for 'he Study
of Federalism at Temple Uni-
versity, has been named
chairman of the first biennial
convention of the American
Zionist Federation. The con-
vention, which will take plice
Cct. 21-23 in Chicago, will be
the first since the formation ol
the Federation in l^O.
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington
Ava. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor h
Stern. Cantor Meyer Engel. 2
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KNESbTH ISRAEL, 141! Euclid Ava
Orthodox. Rathi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif. 2'
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MENORAH (Temple). 620 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nlco Feldman. 2f
NER tAmij (lempiei. 80th St. anc
Tatum Waterway. Conservative
Rabbi Eugene Labnvltz. Cantor Ed
ward Klein. 29
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Or
Orthodox. Rabbi Piineaa Weber,
man. 30
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, classes open In three gynaso
| under the direction of the Tlkvah
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j of America. Mike Exelbert an I
] Bernard Grennfield. cochairnieti
of the commission have announced
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Rrea, and Temple Sinai in Holly -
'wood will be the sites for classes
to be held each Sundav morning
under the leadership of teachers
with degrees in Special Education
! and a broad Jewish background
The classes, limited in size to
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RABBI MAXWELL BERGER
5f -:,,: Leidet of
Teaaale Zamara
Ccral Gables
Pythians Install Slale
Harry Hav les. past commander,
will install the newly elected ofl
leers headed by Chancellor C
' mander Milton Meyers at the next
open meeting of the George G
win Knights of Pythias Lodge ''
Mondav at 7:30 p.m. in the Surf-
aide Community Center. A colte"
_ Uon will follow the ceremonies.


Friday. June 30, 1972
*Jenistt ficridfian
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Max Lcmer
>*** it**f'
Sees ft
NEW YORK, N.Y. Edward Kennedy and Edmund Muskie
had their books published on the same day. Kennedy's was a
book on his health-care plan, "In Critical Condition;" Muskle's,
a book of recollections and reflections called, "Journeys,"
McGovern, Humphrey and Wallace didn't have any books that
day. l took Hie occasion to talk to lx)tli the author-politicians
in a leisurely morning Interview with Muskie in liis New York
hotel suite, and early that evening in some hurried conversation
with Kennedy as he moved through the crowded room at a
somewhat frenetic cocktail party his publishers laid on for him.
The contrast was striking. The Muskie hook is thoughtful,
genial, quiet, low key. like the man himself, it expresses a de-
cent and able man who would make a far better President than
he did a campaigner In the abrasive primaries, clearly a man
who could hold the center together in the difficult American
society. But I reflected, as I read hLs "Journeys." that there
is one journey he is now very unlikely to make- the Journey
to the White House. lie turned out to lie the road not taken
by the Democrats, and it may make all the difference. His de-
cision not to ielivi.se his delegates was taken, one supposes, on
the long-chance possibility that he might kci another shot at
it in the convention, but also to put McGovern to the test in
the coming weeks, instead of ending the contest then and there.
Kennedy is a different figure quicker, more vibrant, with
a surer feel for what people respond to. He survived a scarring
ordeal in the [>ast two years and his testing continues. If he
ever nets to he President, it will be a man tempered in the fiery
furnace who comes to the White House.
ft < it
WHAT AKK HIS CHANCES? They are almost as slight as
Muskie's now, since McGovern has moved so fast, but four or
.lit years from now I should count them very good. It
McGovern should he elected. Kennedy would have to wait until
li'80 for his chance, but he would still he a young'sh mnn.
71". as seems more likely. McGovern should be defeated, and
Nixon reeiectcd. the 1976 campaign might well be between
Connally and Kennedy.
If he had made a bid this year, instead of deferring to
Muskie and then to McGovern. he miuht well have had the
nomination. But a primaries' campaign might have been a sca-
bious experience. Besides, he may have reflected that any Demo-
crat would have a hard time against Nixon this time around.
I take very seriously, however, his most recent Statement,
that he "would not exclude the possibility" of taking the vice-
presidential spot if McGovern offers ii. On balance, it makes
sense for him. as it would for McGovern, too Kennedy wouldn't
i,' risking too much, even if the ticket is defeated. Running
in second place would help many people to gel over the Chap-
paquiddick memory, and accustom them again to think of Ken-
nedy in national office. It would thus be a step toward 1970.
or if the ticket wins toward the next time.
Finally, if the highly improbable should happen, and if
McGovern found it hard to get his last 200 delegates quickly,
the fact that Kennedy didn't rule out the possibility of the Vice
Presidency would mean equally that he doesn't rule out the
possibility of the Presidency.
ft it
FROM MttiOVEKN'S CORNER, there are obvious objec-
tions to the offer of second place to Kennedy. The most obvious
is that Kennedy might, however unwillingly, put McGovern in
his shadow. Few of us, the other evening, could have any doubts
of Kennedy's power of attraction. Throw- away all the over-
worked and overused terms charisma, mystique, all the rest.
Bui the fact remains that the political magic is still there.
Both his brothers had it, and by their deaths they passed
it on to him. But he has known, after his own disaster, how to
rescue ami consolidate it. McGovern's problem is that wherever
Kennedy found himself, he would become the center of the stage.
But his problem is equally that Kennedy on the ticket might
mean a chance to turn probable defeat into an even chance
at victory over Nixon.
One added speculative thought for the tribe of convention
simulators. If the anti-McGovern forces should, by some mir-
acle succeed in stopping him, the effort to nominate Humphrey
or Muskie in his place would tun. the convention scene into a
raging replica of 1968. The one exception would be the nomina-
tion of Kennedy.
Thus the next few weeks will spell the testing of George
McGovern, in decisions that may make or break his own future
and that of the state tickets.
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syncgogue in the Miami Beach Hebrew
Home lor the Aged, said the prayer cf dedi-
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dedicated in memory of Morris Berger. an
active member of Freedom Lodge. B':i"i
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executive vice president of the Home, and
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provided plants, trees and flowers to replurt
the Home's patio garden
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behalf of the 1972 CJA-IEF campaign of Ihfl
Greater Miami Jewish Federation, a check
was presented to Sender M. Kaplan (fouitli
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are Leon Orenstein, third vice president;
Molly Weinstein, financial secretary; Anne
Borison, first vice president, and Morris Mill-
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Friday. June 30, 1972
This Week In History...
f (From the files of the JTA)
10 Years Ago This Week: 1962
Ybssele Schumacher, the kid-
naped Israeli boy miss-rig three
years, was found in Brooklyn, N^T.
Jewish youths guarding a Bu?no*
Aires synagogue were shot by
plainclothesrr 1 after asking them
for identification. The police ctiief,
btsieged by charges of laxity, war-
reported ready to resign.
*AL
so\
Continued From Page 4-A
w<-]l and they were miie
without tbe ccrtairty of the tre-
mendously courageous an:
timely decisions by the Pr?^i-
dent i"or.ce.~nin!r th? Nor.h
Vietnamese ports and the borr.b-
irc. ohvioi-s'v 1.
with TllO?''; ri?dsiom, 1
now have al luti certainty t!^at
('-.1 Hanoi lenders ha e' ?3*n-
Tr.:tt<>d a blunder po'm; to or
grea'er than lhat of Tet '68. .
"Parrine a nesrotia'ei s^fie-
ment at Paris, the enemy hai
had it a:i1 will n^t co"";*i-
tute a credible threat fo- s^vra!
y irrelevant."
The letter close", heartbreak-
ingly. with word that J-ihn Paul
Vann could not be in '.Va=s.ine-
ton "in July could rot af-
ford to miss the---------'a plan-
ned counteroffensivt-1 we're go-
jr.g to have that imrth.*
O.NE DAY after John Vani'l
letter, still another came from
the chief American in command
on the approaches of Sai^oa
Maj. Gen. James Ho'lnesworth.
Gen. Ho'lir,e=wor*h, an'.'h-r ex-
ceptional American, was re-^rt-
ing on the failure of the N'^-th
Vietnamese s;cee of An Loc.
"I would think the <~nemy is
fuljy aware of th*lr total th-
asttr." he wrote. "Two and two-
thirds divisions (of North Viet-
namese troops* i= on > helluva
rent to pav for 25'"' of a s-"ail.
inconsequertial oro-in?e enni'a'
for less than ..0 flays' occunancy
by two battered fomna"ies."
That lottos arrived sim'iltT1"-
ously with th" news of the final
relief of An loc in :h<- mopii?
papers. As the !ett"r was 'g
opened, a sm"oth-fa""d veins;
man on the Columbia B'"oRdca^t-
ini; System's morning >n'" -v-n-
gram was telling t'~e \v-'d all
about Vietnam. One lit ner
wondf"""! idlv how mn^h of dag-
ger "and. indee-', bow m'tch of
his country's service) th's young
man had ="fn.
AT ANY rat" b" s"-"Vd
quit" n- s'lro of hiiwlf as Va"
or Hollingsworth when h" l
his vat audie-ic" trat !1 I rv
to seem Hanoi had tr'V vo'-
untarv dp^ision to ''l of tb
big offensiv. Tlie id- a was, of
courso. that th"re bad h""n no
Ncrth Vietname*" rV*ea* ;;
Loc: that Hanoi's lenders i
just said to theirrelv^s. "Oh
shucks, why not call i' a d->V"
Of co>;r=e Hanoi'* 1< a 'e-= htve
not sail that, at leat rot v.
By all the s'eS, fl spite i'-e
hideo"s North Vietnam -0 --
and h> avy defeats. fH-->-p 1-0
still battles to fowrht. r.a'tl a
can always brine ha' newu. A
interim, however. e"n "he r --
papers utter'v failed to enw
how good the news from An
Loc.
THE ARVN"?> feat at An
Loc anpears more and mo-" ad-
mirable, the rr.o-e one lea-ns.
It was a rrseb'te. utivieldi-rr
defense of a wretched noriTir
about p. thousand metc-s sTtare.
under much heavier art; !e-v a-,d
infantry attack than the French
suffered at Dienbienphu.
Suppose, in cont-ast, that An
Loc had FALLEN instead of
holding THAT would have be"n
made to seem truly catastrophic.
In short, there seem to l>e
some peon'e in the woodwork
who positively hate news of
victory.
Dr. Robert A. Soblen, convicted
in the L'nited States of espionage,
was or? ?red deported from Israel
a^er^eeking. a-ylum there to es-
cape life imprisonment. Israeli au-
thorities said they wanted to "dis-
s-iad" other Jews convicts or
criminals from considering Is-
rael as a place of sheiter from
justice."
Canada's new House of Com-
mons had four Jews the mas
in history.
A former Miami city emplovef
got six years for the attempted
bombing of Anshe Emes Syna-
gogue.
A monument was unveiled in
Zagreb to the memory of the 1.000
local victims of the Nazis.
The L'nited States approved a
20-year, $35 million loan to Israel
or purchase of Ameriran ,;oods
ar"* '"-vices.
With onlv Gov. Nelson A
Ro:kefeller of New York abstain-
ing, the governors of the other 48
states voter ... to petition rpn-
gress.^p adopt a^.ConstitjUtiona".
amendment that would invalidate
the Supreme Court's ruling against
official prayers in public scho.ils.
Two members of George Lin-
coln Rockwell's American Nazi
Party were arrested while they
were picketing in downtown Mi-
ami when a crowd of several hun-
dred onlookers threatened them
with bodily harm.
Israel issued a stern warning to
Jor.an over an attack < July iI ir.
which two Israeli soldiers were
ki'lrd. a third injured and three
civilians seriously woundtd. Israel
authorities told Jordan officials ir
lircct contact at the Mnndelbaum
Gate between Old and New Jeru-
salem. 1 the area of the attack)
If you cannot control your un-
liseiplined army, we will de it for
vou."
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in preparing a special welcome for
convention delegates and their
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He said Miami area restaurants
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Friday. June 30, 1972
By Seymour B. liebman
BOOK REVIEW
Some Schocken Publications
A URAMWG AUTHORITY on Jewish mysticism
with which Mcssianism is inextricably inter-
woven, Gershom Scholem, in his book. The Messi-
anic Idea in Jiulai-ni ($15) has
collected his essays and studi s to
explicate his views in the subject.
His introductory essay illuminates
the essential differences between
Judaism and Christianity.
Scholem advances ilinlfuu ot
the diverse aspects of our Messi-
anism; the effect of Kabbalah or.
those aspects; the "lamed vav-
niks," the 36 Zaddikim or righteous; the Science of
Judaism and many other subjects. He indulges in
some scathing comments on the "Jewish Quarterly"
and 'Sir.ai." He discusses critically Martin Butler's
interpretation of HaSBidlsm which he terms "nco-
Hasidic" He faults Buher for combining "facts and
quotations to suit his purpose" and says that Bu-
ber'i puiposc was to present Hasidism as a spiritual
rather than as a historical phenomenon.
For those who would read orthodox Jews out
of Judaism (see Reform Rabbi Alvin Peinos. in
TIME, April 10. 19721. wc recommend the essay
"R<\elation an.' Tradition as Religious Categories
in Judaism." Judaism docs not require polydoxy
This book is one to be treasured.
In 1985, Dr. Wolf Zoev Rabinowitsch published
a hook on the Hasidism ot Karlin, a city in southern
Lithuania, and Simon Dubnovv wrote a foreword
to it. Subsequently the book appeared in Hebrew
and now in English as Lithuanian Hasidism
translated by M. B. Dagut. The book is indispensable
to aficionados of Hasidism. It dispels many myths
and shows the growth of the movement despite the
"mtthnagdlm" of northern Lithuania. The book U
w< 11 documented and many of the soirees stem
from the geniza in Karlin.
Jewish S.K'iety Through the Ages, edited by
H. H. Beit-Sasson and S. Ettinger ($12.50>, has an
imposing group of erudite contributors. F.ach essa'
constitutes a contribution to Jewish history but
not all fall within the concept and scope of the
title. The editors either failed to set guido-lines and
definitions or did not require the 17 authors to
adhere to such boundaries. Would that many of
the authors had followed the example of Haim
Bcinart in his excellent essay, "Hisi>ano-Jewish
Society."
Judaism I A Portrait by Leon Roth ($2.75) is B
lucid presentation except for the last chapter where
the author, we believe, equivocates slightly. We
le.irn that in Biblical Hebrew, there is no equiva-
lent for the word "religion." The closest appears to
be "Death Klohim." the knowledge of the Lord.
The author is a philosopher and in intrep-eting ow
faith he appears to negate Bubor's "I-Thou" con-
cept. The book is a fine primer for laymen for the
acquisition of a better understanding of Judaism,
tradition, the prayer book, etc.
i. ;.*'..,... !"'
ISRAEL NEWSLETTER
By Carl Alperl
The Other Side Of The Hijacking
I'M lKKADFt'LI-V disappointed in my Israelis. At a
lime when all the world has had the wool pulled over
its eyes and is hailing the cleverness and courage of the
Israelis' in foiling the attempted hijack of the Subena
at Lydda, I am inclined' to agree with
the observations of the Arab terrorist
headquarters in Beirut which saw
through the sham and false Hiblicity.
What happeded at Lydda, as the Arabs
Icorrectly point out, was nothing more
than the kind of deceit and treachery
which have become the hallmark of the
Israelis. The brave kidnappers of the
I plane, who were holding 100 passengers,
were concerned with the health and welfare of their
Charges. They magnanimously consented to hav the plane
refuelled ami repaired, and to have food and drinks
brought out for the passengers. Under cover of providing
such aii1. Israeli soldiers swarmed into the plane, killing
and capturing the brave Arab heroes.
The Beirut version is not new. This kind of under-
handed Jewish trickery has been seen before. Was it not
exercised early in June 1967, when without any warning
whatsoever the Israeli army and air force made a sham-
bles of the Egyptian, Jordan and Syrian forces? The
latter had been chivalrous. They had made no secret o!
their intentions to annihilate Israel. Had they not pro-
claimed it in every speech? Had they not marshalled
their armies with great fanfare, and had they not told
the world precisely what their intentions were?
But how typically Isra< li to strike without warning:
Obviously, they say, it is impossible to make pcac<
with a people whom you can not trust. Israelis do not
even behave In the normal ways of civilized nations. Had
the Israel government followed the proier course, it
would have provided the hijackers with a handsome ran-
som in foreign currency, would have filled every seat
with convicted murderers, terrorists ami saboteurs re-
leased from Israel's prisons, and would have escorted the
ki "napped plane into the skies with an aerial guard ol
honoi.
But no. the Israelis acted contrary to the standard
code of civilized states. This in itself is evidence of their
ineligibility for membership in the U.N. in company with
enlightened nations like the United States, for example,
who know how to treat aerial pira er, heroes, with
r spect!
The Fatah leadership was with considerable justifica-
tion thinking of registering a complaint with the Security
Council. Obviously a ringing resolution woidd have been
passed by a comfortable margin, but it would not bring
about any change in the primitive, medieval character of
the Israelis.
What pained the Arabs most of all was t!i > violation
of the desert code of hospitality. The four clever hijack-
ers, geniuses all of them, were on Israel soil. They had
ewrv reason to expect that they would be treated with
the dignity due to any guest in your home. In flagrant
violation of all the accepted traditions of hospitality
which the Arabs hold so dear, the Israelis brutally and
arrogantly struck down four persons who should, by all
standards, have been considered guests in their home.
AH this happened at Lydda airport, mind you. where
slogans calling for hospitality to tourists abound.
It is clear, then, that once again the Israelis have
made a great public relations blunder, and stand exposed
to the world in all the degradation of their character.
Between You and Me:
By BORIS SM0I.AR
Convention Echoes
THE SEASON OF conventions held by Jewish
organizations i-' now drawing to a close. Study-
ing the major resolutions adopted at most of these
conventions, one is inevitably im
pressed with the fact that they
all read very much alike.
There i< almost no distinction,
for instance, between the resolu-
tions adopted at the annual -neet-
ing of the American Jewish Coin-
mil tee and the conventions that
took place later of organization-
ike the American Jewish Congress.
B'r.ai B'rith. or even the Workmen's Circle. The
resolutions of each of these groups display deep
interest in Israel, express concern over the fate of
Soviet Jewry, deal with the needs for better Jewish
education in this country, and suggest action on
social and welfare problems. Here and there one
finds slight nuances in the texts, but the contents
are essentially the same.
This indicates common interest on the part of
some national Jewish bodies in the same subjects
. But does this moan also that mergers of some
Jewish groups could l>e effected without any loss \
Jewish communal life in this country?
The time is perhaps not ripe a- yet to answer
this question. As time marches on the question of
merging some organizations conducting the MUYie,
or similar, activities will probably come :ip. This fa
inevitable because organized American Jewish life
i~ not 'he same as it was some 50 or 60 yean ago.
when many of the presently existing Jewish organi-
zations came into being. The ideological and other
differences which sharply divided the Jews in this
country a generation or two ago no longer exist
now since about 90'; of American Jewry is now.
American born.
JEWS IN SPORTS
By Hoskell Cohen
Maccabi Games:
Mission Futile
ALTHOUGH THE MACCABI GAMES are more
than a year removed, activity in their behalf is
starting to generate in the United States. Selecting
an American team of over 150 athletes, processing
the squad, providing the proper uniforms and <>quip.
m^nt Is a difficult task at best and the U.S. Commit-
tee Sports for Israel, designated U.S. arm for the
games, is undertaking a job complete with hardships
impossibilities and certainly no thanks.
American Jewish athletes are no different than
their counterparts all over the world; they are
spoiled, pampered and accept the Maccabiah as just
another si>ort exercise; only instead of 'he venue
being the states or Europe, the site is Israel
From personal experience and affiliation with
the games over the past 20 years, I have found them
to be a tedious, futile mission, which, despite their
lack of spiritual message, are a public relations must
for the State of Israel. Conceived as a meeting
ground for Jewish athletes from all over the world,
who ostensibly convene every four years for sports
competition, cultural and spiritual exchanges, the
games offer little more than athletic competition for
1.200 Jewish super-athletes.
Recognizing that qualities beyond competition
are missing in the huge carnival, the World Mac-
cabi Union this past fall joined the World Zionist
Organization, Apparently, the move is intended to
impose a stronger clamor for aliyah on the part of
the competitors. Based on past experience, there
api>ears little likelihood that American athletes
will heed the call of Zion.
The fact remains that athletes are Strictly
athletes and no amount of pressure by Maccabi
authorities is going to whet their appetites for
aliyah. My most vivid picture of the last Maccabiah
is that or watching a herculean American park
himself on a chair near the swimming pool at the
hotel housing the U.S. contingent and only moving
therefrom to practice and compete in his event
He won a gold medal. It's true, but all he got to
see of the Holy Land was a swimming ;>ool and i
large stadium.
With the 25th anniversary of the State of
Israel coming up next year, the Festival Commit'
tee is providing for a proper winter kick-off with
a special basketball and soccer Jamboree which will
run between Dec. 23, 1972 and Jan. 1, 1973 in vari-
ous places in the heart of Israel. It is !>o|>ed that
close to 500 boys from the United States alone will
make the jamboree this coming winter. For this
occasion, non-Jewish youngsters from YMCA's also
are being invited to attend the celebration.
(o>, 1ST!, JewUJj Telesraphli Agency)
Capital Spotlight: By JOSEPH P0LAK0FF
Double Sinicha For Cellar
gKOOKi.vvs Emanuel Cellar is now within less
than one year of gaining the historic distinction
of having served longer in the House of Representa-
tives than any other member. On his 84th birthday.
May fi, the white-haired liberal Democrat was n
House member for 49 vears and 63 days having
entered the House March 4, 1923.
Thus on his 85th birthday provided he ia re-
elected in November to his 26th consecutive term
he will have exceeded the record set by fonner
Representative Carl Vinson who entered the House
November 3, 1914, and served continuously to
January 4, 19G5, a total of 50 years and 62 toys.
The Georgia Democrat is retired in Milledgeville
where he was born.
The record for Congressional service is held
by the late Carl Hayden. of Arizona, who retired
in 1968 after 56 years in Congress 14 as a repre-
sentative and 42 as a senator. He died at age 91 last
January 26. Hayden, also a Democrat, served Ari-
zona from the time it was admitted as a stale in
1912.
By any measure, Caller's legislative record is
remarkable, which accounts for the friendliness to
him in both major parties. He has been chairman of
the House Judiciary Committee for 22 years, longer
than any other man in history- A liberal before
President Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal, he has
consistently advocated the safeguarding of civil
liberties and equality of opportunity.
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Friday. June 30. 1972
+Jen1sfi ncrktton
Page 15-A
LEGAL NOTKE
L
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKKGIIY GIVEN Ihnt
the undersigned, desiring to engage
,n business under the fictitious names
if REALTY INFORMATION, TRANS-
FER & KXCHA.NOE, IMC. d/b/a
THE RITE WAY hi Mil 8.W. 07th
Avenue. Miami. Kla. Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of
th Ctrcttit Court of Dade County,
Florida. i _. < .,,
kealtymnformation, "
transkkr & exchanok. ixc.
Florida <'Oi-|>oratlon
Miriam Reokerman
Attorney for applicant
1895 8.W. .lid Ave.
Miami, Kla.
'. 1''.-23-30 7/7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business undo' the fictitious name
i.f MARS DRAPERY 1PHOL8TERY
INTERIORS at 1234 N.E 1H3 Street,
North Miami Reach, Kla. intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Couit of Dade County.
Florida.
WILLIAM MARS
I lavld E. Stone
STONE & SOSTCHIN
Mtorney for William Mars
|0t N.W. 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida
0/16-23-3" 7 7
LEGAL NOTKE
LEGAL NOTKE
I
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL nonet
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage
in litlsiness under the fictitious name
. f OERONIMO S COIN WASH & DKY
i I.EANEKS NO. 1 nt .-.' S.W. Sth
Street) Homestead. Florida Intend*
in r. ulster said name with the Clerk
< the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
STRAIGHT ARROW. INC.
a Florida corporation
Sole owner
SYLVAN HOLTZMAN
Mtorney for Straight Arrow, Inc.
.....Concord Building
Miami. Florida
6 16-23-30 7 7
IN THE COUNTY JUOCE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2835
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ii RE: Estate of
MARTHA P. RICHER
1 "eased.
To All creditors and All Persons Hav-
ng Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
in present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es*
late of MARTHA P. HEHER deceased
late ol 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 Dad.- County, Florida,
Within six calendar months from the
time ot the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred .
I'and at Miami. Florida, this ltth
la- of June. AD. 1972.
.MORRIS HEHER
As Administrator
First publication of this notice on
the it; day of June, 1972.
LYNN W FROMHKHC.
FKOMBERG, FROMHERC, & ROTH.
I' A
suit.- M-103, 19 W. Plagler St.
.Miami. Florida 3313
Attorney for ESTATE OF
MARTHA P. HEHER
O/lfl-23-3" 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
JACK COHEN d/b/a H & J
COMPANY.
Plaintiff,
Vs.
NOKTHHCP CONSTRUCT!' IN
COfcTPANY, a dissolved Florida*
corporation, et al.
Defendants.
To: I'EHRIS C. WOOD and wife
BDMUNDA Residence Unknown
Tract A A
Lot 7 Block 2. O-KBEN CLOSE.
aocordlng to the I'lal thereof;
recorded In I'lal Hook 12 at Page
l". Section 22 Township S3 south,
Range 41 East, of the Public
Records of Dade County, Florida
TO: I ARMS CI.AYTON and wife
EDNA Residence Unknown
Tract Hit
ljnt fi. Block 4, LIBERTY FARMS,
according to the Plat thereof;
recorded In Plat Rook 51. at
Page 40, of the Public Records
of Dade County. Florida
TO: JIM.MIE I.OC KNIC.HT. and if
married. ................ KNIC.HT. her
husband. Residence rnknown.
Tract CC
I-ot 21. Block 3. and South 45
Feet of \j>\ 23 Hlock 2, accord-
ing to the Plat thereof; recorded
in Plat Book 1, at Page 28, MARKS
BUB., and recorded in Plal Book
4 at Page "7, Section 25, Town-
ship S3 South, Range 41 East, of
The Public Records of Dade Coun-
ty, Florida
YOU AND EACH OF YOU arc
hereby notified that a complaint has
been filed against you and others by
the plaintiff in the nbove styled
cause in the Circuit Court in and for
Dade County, Florida for the purpose
of quieting title lo the above-describ-
ed properties, and you are hereby re-
quired to serve a copy of your an-
swer or pleadings on the plaintiffs
attorney. HERMAN COHEN. 1310-11
Congress Ruildlng. Miami, Florida
33133, and file the original answer or
pleadings in the office of the Clerk
of the above styled Court on or be-
fore the 19 day of July, 1972. If you
fail to do so. default judgment will
be entered against you for the relief
demanded In the comnlatnt.
Dated at Miami Florida, this 14th
da) oi June 1972.
E, R. LEATHERMAN
(lerk, circuit court
By; N. A. HEWETT Deputy clerk
i; 16-23-30 7 7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY Olvr.N that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CANTINA FIFLNA iFIFl.N.VS CA-
TERING) at 75 S. \V. 7lh Avenue,
Apt. 2, .Miami. Fla. Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court oi Dad,- County, Florida,
JOSEPINA LA8THA
. U,3'l 7/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEHERY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
Of AA FCHNlTrKE SERVICE. IN-
CORPORATED at number 2051 N.W.
2nd Avenue, In the City of Miami.
Florida, intends to register the said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 8lh
day of June, 1973.
AA FURNITURE SERVICE,
INCORPORATED
by, A BAD CABRERA. Secretary
II'Hi-23-30 7 7
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CVIL ACTION NO. 72-9473
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
OARY BURR, Husband,
and
DONNA BURR. Wife.
TO: Mrs. Donna Burr
87 Alvin Street
Fairfield, Connecticut
TOO ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to it on
Richard I. Kroop, attorney for Peti-
tioner, whose address is Kwitney &
Kroop, 420 Lincoln Road, Miami
Beach, Florida 33139, and file the
original with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before July 12, 1972;
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded
in the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FIjORIDIAN.
Witness my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
1 day of June, 1972.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By L. SNEEI'EN
Ah Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Richard I. Kroop
Kwitney & Kroop
42" Lincoln Road Mall
Miami Reach. Florida 33139
Attorney for Petitioner
6/9-16-23-30
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 MARR1AOEOF
I JOHNNY LEE WOODARD, Ifusbinn
and
JUDY MAE WOODARD, Wife
TO: JUDY MAE WOODARD
Route 2
Woodbury. Georgia
You ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to It
on DAVID E. STONE, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is
13th Avenue. Miami. Fla.,
the original with the clerk of the abov
styled court on or before July 26.
1972: otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief de-
manded in the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIA.N.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami. Florida on
this 7 day of June. 1972.
E. II LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade Countv. Florida
By N. A. HEWETT
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
David E. Stone. F.sn.
STONE & SOSTCHIN
H'l N.W. 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida 33123
Attorney for Petitioner
6/16-23-80
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
STAR CIOAR MAIL ORDER
HOUSE al 1633 w. Plagier street,
i Miami. Fla. intends to register said
name with the Clerk of of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida
MISS AN MONNIEs
6/30 7 7-14-21
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-11424
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE .
IN RE: The Marriage of
THERESA MADE LlftMsBEN DE3.
Wife, i
and
I-OCIS HENDES, i
Husband
TO; Louis It.ndes
.Mill River
< 'yster Bay
upper Brookville
Long Island City, New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIE
that an action for Dissolution of Mai -
H'l N.W. i riage has been filed against you an
and file i you are required to serve a copy i '
your written defenses, if any. to I
on Paul Kwitney. attorney for Pel
tinner, whose address Is 420 I.llicol .
Ilond, Miami Beach, Florida, nnd file
the original with the clerk of th -
above styled court on or before 12C.
July. 1972: otherwise a default wi
be entered against you for the relk *
demanded In the complaint or petltioi
This notice shall be published onr -
each week for four consecutive Week -
in THE JEWISH FLOIUDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the SCI I
Of -aid court nt Miami. Florida 0
this 7 day of June. 197'.'
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dn.le County. Florida
By I. SNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk *
(Circuit Court Seal)
Ku Itney A Kroop
42" Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
6/9-16 23-3"
7 7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of DADE house apts. at *i"i s w.
73rd Avenue. Miami. Fla. intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.___
SAC DEVELOPMENT CORP.
a Florida corporation
Myers, Kaplan. Porter, l.evinson &
Kenln
Attorneys for applicant
1150 s.w. 1st St.
Miami, Fla.
6/9-16-28-30
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2826
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE. Estate of
I ES8IE .MAI.DEM
l deceased,
To All Creditors and All Persons H"
nt Claims or Demands Agahlsl Said
E-tate:
You are hereby notified and required
i. present any claims and demands
which m>u may have against the es-
tate of JB88IE MALDEN deceased
at, ol Dade County, Florida, lo the
County Judges of Dade 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 Dade County. Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
Ihe time of the first publication here-
of, or (hi same will be barred.
Dated at Mlann. Florida, (his 9th
da) of June, AD. 1872.
IRVING I. FAUNCH
A- Administrator
First publication of this notice on
the 16 day of June. 1972.
FAUNCE, FINK *i FORMAN
Attorneys for the Administrator
I5"2 'ongress llldg.
Miami, Florida 38132 Tel: 371-54.1
6/16-33-30 i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of Studio Knit of Miami al 611 Du-
pont Plaza Hotel Miami, Florida In-
tends lo register said name with the
<*erk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
Yam International, Inc.
Daniel Better. Esq.
Attorney for Yam International, inc
G L6-23-30 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 ,,f
SAMUEL H. WOI.LMAN
Deceased.
To ah Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Saul
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have .mains' the es-
tate of SAMUEL H. wol lman de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and fib' the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 783 16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in Ihe ( nun-
tv Courthouse in Dade County. Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of or 'he same will be barred.
Dated nt Miami. Florida, this 2nd
day of June. A D. 12.
ELEANOR WOTXMAN
As Executrix
First publication of this notl......n
Ihe Hith day of June. 1972.
Rommel, Rogers. Lorher &
Rhenkman
Attorneys for Executrix
420 Lincoln Rd.. Mia. Bch.. Fla.
6 16-28-30 7/7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1951
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
MARIA I.EIVA a/k/a DelJOIVA
l>eceased, _
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate: .
You are hereby notified and required
to present nnv claims and demands
which vou may have against the es-
tate of MARIA I.EIVA a/k/a MARIA
Del.KIVA deceased late of Dade Coun-
ty. Florida, to the County Judges of
I>ado County, and file Ihe same in
duplicate and as provided In Section
733.16, Florida Statutes, in their of-
fl.es in the County Courthouse In
Dade County, Florida, within siv cal-
endar month!, from the time of the
first publication hereof, or the same
w ill be barred. ..
Dated nt Miami. Florida, this 14
day of June. A.D. 197r
Anthony J. I-eiva
As Administrator
First publication of this notice on
the Id day of June. 1972.
Sidney Efronson
Attorney for Estate
'd 2 Alnsley Building
Miuml. Fla. 33132
6/16-23-30 7,7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
(he undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of Tcletito at 466 SW 17 Ave., Miami
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida,
Justo Garcia Copa
5013 NW 2nd. Si.. Miami, Fla.
0 0-10-23-3(1
7n~THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2790 (Blanton)
NOTICE OF PROBATE
In RE: Estate of
ANNA WEI8SMAN
Deceased.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO M.I. PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT.
Vou are hereby notified that a writ-
ten Instrument purporting lo be the
last will and testament of said de-
cedent has ben admitted to probate
In -aid Court. You are hereby com-
manded within six calendar months
from the da.....f the first publication
of this notice to appear in said Court
and show cause ii any you can. why
Ihe action of said Court iii admitting
said will to probate should nol -la,id
un revoked.
JOHN i: BLANTON
Count) Judge
Bj CORNELL ROBINSON
Cl.rk
Attorney MARVIN I WIENER
2121 Ponce de l....... Boulevard
Suite 1040, Coral Cables. Fla
First publication of this notice on
the 23 das of June. 1972.
c. J. SEAL
ii 23-80 7'7-14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deslritlg to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
WEST DIXIE MEDICAL CENTER al
19680 W. Dixie Highway. North .Miami
Reach. Fla, Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of I lade County. Florida
DR. ALBERT SINE
Morton It. Zcinel
Attorney for applicant
1878 NIC 163rd Street
North Miami Reach. Fla,
6/86 7.7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice IS HEREBY GIVEN that
(be undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MICKEY'S YELLOW CAR OF
NORTH MIAMI REACH at 16901 N.E
20th Avenue. North Miami Beach, Fla,
Intends to register .-aid name with the
clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
i "ount v. Florida.
MICHAEL R. BBRNOBKY
Morion B, Zemel
Attorney for applicant
1876 N.E. 163rd Street
North Miami Heuch. Fla.
i. 80 7 i-H-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUR"
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2974
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
GOLDIEW KESSEL a/k/a
GERRY W. KESSEL
Deceased,
To All Creditors and All Persons H;n -
Ing Claims or Demands Against Sit
Estate:
You are hereby notified and require
tf, present any claims and demands
which en niiir have against the .--
tate of OOI DIE W. KESSEL R 1;
GERRY W. KESSEL deceased late i
Dade County. Florida, lo the Chun I
Judges of Dade County, and file the
-.line iii dunllcate and as provided i
Section 738.16, Florida statutes, i i
their offices In the County Courthouse
in Dade County, Florida, within six
calendar months from the lime of th*
first publication hereof, or the sanM
will he barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, ibis 12''i
dav of June. A.D. 1972.
Leo Kessel
As Executor
First pub Icatlon of this notice on
the 28rd d.iv of June. 1972.
Sparber. Zemel, Roskln Slid I
Hellbronner, pa.
Attorneys for Executor
ion n. Blscayne Boulevard
Miami. Florida ::3132
0.23-3" 7'7 1'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
DADE. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-13041
NOTICE TO DEFEND
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF IKMA
(1 IRIGOYEN, WIFE., and, 1.1'IS E.
IKIGOYEN, Hl'SBAND
VOl", Luis E. Irlgoyen, whose RES-
IDENT & IS I'NKNOWN. are required
fib- all Answer to the Petition For
t<
Marriage l'i-
of this Cow i
of upon .1. C
Flagler Btreel
your vvlf
Jul> 31,
ilutlon with the Cl.-rk
ii.I -,i v,. a cnv there-
Laussel, 1770(4) Weal
Miami. Florida S3I35,
s lawyer, not later than
1972, otherwise DEFAVLT
NOTICE UNDEM
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ol
A. AARoN ANSWERING SERVICE
al icon North Miami Avenue. Miami.
Fla. intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
D.ole County, Florida.
LOUIS P. GRANER
I 38-30 7,7-14
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2548 (Dowlina)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
TOMMIE J. VICKERS,
Deceased
To All Creditors nnd All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
'Vou .ire hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which vou may have against 'he es-
tate of TOMMIE J. VICKERS. 1740
N W 07th Street. Miami. Florida de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida.
to the County Judges of Dade County,
nnd file the same In duplicate and as
provided in Section 738.10. Florida
Statutes. In their offices in the Coun-
tv Courthouse in Dade County. Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 22
dav of June, A.D. 1972.
Autherln Viokcrs .Mitchell
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
the 30 dny of June. 1972.
Joseph C. Laussel
Attorney for the Estate
1770(4) West FliiKler Street
Miami. Florida 33135
1/16 ,-14-21
IN
THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2891 (Blanton)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RBi Estate of
ANN JEFFBES
I l.ce.l-ed
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
YOU are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
Which you may have against the es- i ,.,
tat.- of ANN JEFFRE8, deceased late
Of l'ade c.unty. Florida, to the Coun-
ty Judges of Dade County, and file
tiie same In duplicate and as provided
In Section 733.16, Florida statutes, In
their offices in the County Court-
house In Dade County. Florida, with-
in six calendar months from the time
of the first publication hereof, or the
some will be barred.
Dated al -Miami, Florida, this 9th
day of June. A.D. I!'72.
LILLIAN BWARTBI'BO
BERNARD M. ROMMEL
As Executors
First puhlicntion of -this notice am
the 33 day Of June. Ii'72.
Komtnel. Rogers, Ixrber A
Shenkman
Attorneys for Executors
L.'" Lincoln Road. Miami Reach. Flu.
6, 23-3" 7 7-14
will be nt. i ed against you.
DATED: June, l72. Miami. Flor-
ida.
i: B Leatherman, Clerk
By: C, P. i'1 IPELAND
Depuu Cli rk, Circuit Court
(Circuit Court S.ali
0 10 7 7-14-21
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. 72-12952
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of:
JEROME VANDERNQOT,
Husband,
and
JOYCE VANDERNOOT,
Wife
TO: JOYCEVANDERNOOT
, o Fred Fink. SB., V P.
Kenroy Fixtures
Route ii"
Fnrmlngdale,
l/'iig Island. New York
Viil' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy Of
VOW written defenses, If any, to It on
MARTIN s SAXON, attorney for Pe-
titioner, whose address is 17-G, 14""
N.W. l"th Avenue. Miami. Florida,
| 33130 379-3811, and file the original
the cl.rk of the above styled
court on or befor* 2nd of August.
1972: otherwise a default will be en-
tered against you for the relief de-
manded in the cnmplalnl or petition
This notice shall be published once
each week for four .....isecutlvc weeks
iii THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
witness my hand nnd the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
22 daj of June. 1972.
E B. LEATHERMAN,
As Cleric. Circuit Court
Dade Countv. Florida
By D I. Cl RRY
As Deputy Clerk
Kir, nit i ourt Seal!
MARTIN S SAM IN
17-0, 14"" N.W. pith Avenue
Miami. Florida 33130
! Attorn, v for Petitioner
I o :(" 7 7-14-21
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. 72-12930
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
I \ RE: THE M kRRIAGE IF
H Al TER J< HN PANKZ,
and
INA l: PANE/..
TO: INA R. PANKZ
753 Milton Circle
K< no. Nevada 89503
Y"C ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar<
rlage has been filed against you a'nd
you are required to s, rv n copy of
your written defenses, If any, to it on
Frederick B. Spiegel, attorney for !'
i dinner, whose address Is 107 I.icon
Road. Sun. |(IK, Miami Beach, Flor-
Ids 38139, and file the original with
Ihe clerk nf the above styled court
Ion or before August 2, 1972: other-
u se a default will be entered against
iu for the relief demanded In tin*
implamt or petit [on,
This notice shall be published on..
each week for four consecul v<
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN,
WITNE88 my hand and the
said court at Miami. Florida
_'::i d day of June. 1972.
i: It. LEATHERMAN
A- ci,rk. Circuit Court
I '.ol, Countv. Florida
By I. SNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(i "ircuil Curl Seal)
Frederick B. Spiegel
l"7 Lincoln Road. Suite IflK
Miami Reach. Florida 33189
Attorney for Petitioner
Phone: 532-3347
., 30
w eeks
seal of
hi thia
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 8611"
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DSCHARGe
IN RE: Estate of
.merle savitt
Deceased.
NOTICE i" hereby given that I ha**
filed my Final Report and Petition
for Distribution and Ftnal Discharge,
as Administratrix C.T.A. of the es-
tate of MERLE SAVITT, deceased!
and thai on the 24th day of July.
1972, will apply to the Honorable
County Judges of Dade County, Flor-
ida, for approval of said Final Report
and for distribution and final dis-
charge as Administratrix. C.T A f
thi estate of the above-named d4
cedeiit. This 16 day of June. 197S.
Carole s. Savitt
Administratrix, ct.a.
SPARBER, ZEMEL* ROSKIN AND
HEILHRONNIOR. P.A.
Attorneys
1"" N. Blscayne Boulevard
Miami. Florida 33132
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Allon Says He Was Obliged
To Admit Bombing Mistake
Miami, Florida Friday, June 30, 1972
section B
TO DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM COMMITTEE
Presidential Contenders
Present Divergent Views
WASHINGTON (JTA)
Three contenders for the Demo-
cratic Presidential nomination
expressed sharply divergent
views on the Middle East con-
flict in hearings before the
Democratic Platform Commit-
tee here Saturday.
Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey
,D-.Mm 11.) and Sen. Edmund S.
Muskie (D-Me.) urged the com-
mittee drafting their party's
platform to write in a strong
statement of comprehensive U.S.
Mipport for Israel and advocated
that the United States recognize
I. rus...' in as Israel's capital.
Rep. Shirley Chisolm ID-
NY.), the only black and the
only woman campaigning for
the nomination, accused her op-
linents of using "rhetoric de-
signed to attract the votes of
the Jewish people" and claimed
they ignored the Palestinians
whom "you cannot sweep under
the nig." She contended that
the refugee problem was the
"root cause of the problem of
the Middle East."
Former Sen. Eugene McCar-
thy of Minnesota, a presidential
contender la 1968 and again this
vear, called for an endorsement
of Israeli security on "moral and
legal grounds."
Sen. George McGovern (D-
S.D.l. currently the front runner
the Democratic nomination
.veepstakes had urged a strong
pro-Israel plank when he ap-
peared before a Platform Com-
mittee panel in New York Thurs-
day.
Sen. Humphrey described the
Middle East as the "world's most
threatening powder keg, ready
to ignite at any moment." He
said the Soviet Union continues
to supply Arab countries with
provocative wenpons," military
technicians and diplomatic sup-
Okamoto
Accepts
Counsel
TKL AVIV (WNSI Kozo
< 'kamoto, the Japanese terror-
ist captured during the Lydda
Airport massacre, accepted Max
Kritzman of Tel Aviv as his de-
lense attorney at a preliminary
hearing held by the three-mem-
l>er military tribunal which will
conduct his trial.
The hearing was scheduled
in order to hear testimony from
lose Abner Muno Vega, leader
>l the Puerto Rico pilgrim group
which suffered the greatest ca-
sualties. He was returning to
I'uerto Rico and did not know
if he could return to Israel for
the trial.
Mr. Kritzman said Okamoto's
trial would be delayed for at
least two weeks and hinted that
he may base his defense on in-
sanity whether Okamoto cooper-
ates or not.
Okamoto's two oomnanions,
who were killed during the mas-
sacre, were buried at an undis-
closed site in southern Israel in
the presence of a Japanese Em-
liassy official, when the bodies
vere not cluimed by the terror-
ts' families.
I With the death last week of
o more of those injured in the
rprise attack, the death toll
ow stands at 28, including the
port "which only serve to bolster
their intransigence towards
reaching a comprehensive agree-
ment with Israel."
The former Vice President de-
clared that the United States
"must convince the Soviet Union
to assume a stand-off position
in the Middle East and reach an
agreement whereby neither
country attempts to obstruct
negotiations."
Sen. Mnskie likewise urged
that the United States maintain
strong support for Israel and
stressed the need for "direct ne-
gotiations between the parties
Involved In the Mideast conflict
and preservation of the unity of
Jerusalem with free accem to
the holy places, backed by U.S.
recognition of Jerusalem as the
capital of Israel."
He also urged the Platform
Committee to support "freedom
of navigation through the Suez
Canal and the Straits of Tiran;
resettlement and compensation
of refugees, Arab and Jewish;
effective controls to end terror-
ism and hijacking; the end of
economic warfare, boycotts and
blockades; and de-escalation of
the arms race."
Mrs. < hi-soliii's remarks on the
Middle East were contained in
her "Presidential campaign posi-
tion paper No. t" in which she
outlined a five-point program for
the stability and territorial in-
tegrity of all states in the re-
gion, guaranteed by the United
Nations.
Her charge that her opponents
were trying to woo the Jewish
vote was made when she was
asked pointedly why she does
not oppose the resolution of the
National Black Political Conven-
tion in Gary. Ind. on March 12,
that, in effect, called for the dis-
mantling of Israel.
Mrs. ( hiso11n said, "The crea-
tion of the State of Israel in Pal-
estine was meant to he a form
of ultimate moral redress by the
West for the atrocities commit-
ted against Jews throughout
their long history.
"But," she went on, "in the
midst of rejoicing at the creation
of a national homeland for the
Jews, the world overlooked the
hardship and misery created for
th Palestinians."
Mrs. Chisolm's proposals to
the Platform Committee includ-
ed a recommendation that the
United States resume diplomatic
relations with all Mideast gov-
ernments; increased economic
aid to the less-developed nations
of the region; a limitation of
arms shipments to the region
and full representation for the
Palestinians in all negotiations
concerning the return or com-
pensation for Palestinian Arab
property.
Observers at the committee
hearings thought that Mrs. Chis-
holm's remarks on the Middle
East constituted a bid for atten-
tion from elements in the Demo-
cratic Party, who, like certain
elements in the Republican Par-
ty, have been questioning U.S.
support for Israel.
JERUSALEM (JTA) Act-
ing Premier Yigal Allon told ihe
Knesset this week that he con-
sidered it his moral and political
duty lo have disclosed hat Israeli
planes mistakenly bombed Hashi-
yeh village in southern Lebanon
during last week's air strike
against terrorist strongholds in
the region. He .said that if he
Lebanese government agreed to
negotiate about the border ten-
sions, the qu"stion of compensa-
tion for the villagers could '.-ome
up for consideration.
Mr. Allon spoke in reply to
sharp criticism leveled against
him in some quarters over his
disclosure of the bombing error
in a speech he made at Kibbutz
Ein Herod Sunday.
Three opposition factions
Gahal, the State List and the
Free Center filed urgent mo-
tions in the Knesset Tuesday
claiming that Allon's disclosure
violateo security and was es-
pecially unwarranted at a time
when Israel's representatives at
the United Nations were trying
to avoid censure by the Secur-
ity Council.
Deputy Premier Allon, who
heads tho government while
Premier Golda Meir Is attend-
ing the Socialist International
meeting in Vienna, explained to
tho Knesset that when it be-
came clear beyond all |ossible
doubt what had occurred, he
considered it his duty by virtue
of his position as Acting Pre-
mier to state the truth of the
mishap and to make public Is-
rael's grief over the death of
innocent Lebanese civilians.
Mr. Allon was the first Israeli
official to disclose the error pnb-
licly and his remarks Sunday at
a memorial meeting for the late
Labor Party leader Itzhak Tab-
enkin led to attacks from some
quarters.
Others, however. including
Health Minister Victor Shemt.iv
n< th' Mapam faction, lauded
Mr. Allon for his courage in
admitting the mistake.
After warning the Lebanese
rnment that Israel w > i' i
not tolerate terrorist incursions
from Lebanese soil. Mr. Allon
expressed regrets that Hasbiyvh
was attacked by Israeli pilot.* as
a result of a technical malfunc-
tion over which the pilots had
no control, causing civilitn
casualitics.
Resolution Proves
Security Council's
One-Sided-Eban
JERUSALEM (JTA) For-
eign Minister Abba Eban declar-
ed that the Security Council res-
olution condemning Israel for
raids on Lebanon is further
proof of the Council's "one-sid-
edness" and "imbalance," and
specifically rejected the resolu-
tion's call for the release of one
Lebanese and five Syrian offi-
cers captured in Lebanon by Is-
raeli forces last week. Israel
will not agree to their return
except within the framework of
a general prisoner-of-war ex-
change, Mr. Eban told newsmen
here.
The Foreign Minister's re-
marks were the first official re-
action here to the resolution
condemning "the repeated at-
tacks of Israeli forces on Leb-
anese territory and population"
which the Security Council
adopted by a 13-0 vote. The Unit-
ed States and Panama abstain-
ed on grounds that the resolu-
tion did not equally condemn
Arab acts of terrorism as it had
the Israeli attacks.
Mr. Eban said that when Is-
rael decided on its action against
terrorists in Lebanon It took
into account a probable censure
by the Security Council. He not-
ed that half the members of the
Council do not have diplomatic
relations with Israel.
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Lehrman Day School
Expands Sports Staff
Page 3-B
Michael N. Kesselman, an ho tor
graduate of the University of
Miami who was a Miami Beach
High School athletic star, has been
appointed to teach physical educa-
tion and social studies in' th- up-
per (Trades of the I-ehrman Day1
School of Temple Emanu-El.
Announcement of Mr. K"-sol-
man's selection was made by Mrs.
Mae Perlttein, principal of the
Lehrman Day Sclrool, and by
Judge Herbcrl S. Shapiro, oresi-
dent of the Miami Beach syna-
gogue.
His appointment, which also em-
braces a teaching assignment for
the afternoon school of Temple
Kmanu-Kl, is part of the expansion
if the school's sports programs,
TudgC Shapiro said.
Mr. Kesselman earned a 3.93
average, summa cum laude, at the
University of Miami when he won
election to Phi Alpha Theta, Phi,
Kappa Phi, Kappa Delia Pi, Phi
Theta Kappa an/ Gamma Theta
upailon history, scholastic, edu-!
cation and geography honorary so- '
defies and fraternities. (
He was selected the most valu-
able member o! Miami Beach High
Schools track learn, played on the
varsity tennis and junior varsity
football teams and marie the .ar-
sity wrestling sq-.ad. He was also
active in goir and wei^hMiftin- at
high school and Miami-Dartc Jun-
ior College North before transfer- i
ring to the University of Miami.
Mr. Kc--e!man, a member of hi--. \
hich school's concert orchestra,
also plays violin, piano, guitar,;
cello and drums.
U-M Offers 2 Courses
In Jewish Literature
The I\nglish Department at the
University of Miami will offer two
ciurses in Jewish Literature this
year; one class will begin in Sep-
tember, and the second during the
spring semester.
English 300. "Survey of Jewish
Literature, I." will be taught dur-
ing the fall semester with classes
m Monday. Wednesday and Pri-
lay at 11 a.m. It will consist of a
.hronological study of Jewish
thought and creativity as express-
ed in a variety of literary forms
from the Biblical period to ap-
proximately 1X00. Included are se-
ctions from the Bible, the Tal-
mud, medieval writings in prose
and poetry and tales of the Hassi-
dim.
In the spring, English -100 will
continue the survey with a study
nl Jewish literature from 1800 to
ihe present consisting of selected
works from the period of the Jew-
ish Enlightenment (1750-1850),
the Jewish Literary Renaissance
in Central and Eastern Europe
(18.jO-19.10i, Jewish literary ex-
pression in America (1800 to the
present), selected writings on the
Holocaust and selected works of
modern Israeli writers.
Both courses will Ix- taught by
Prof, Robert Sandier, associate
professor of English, who pioneer-
ed an experimental graduate level
course in Jewish literature last
fall at the university. Because of
student response, the course was
expanded this year and is open to
all undergraduates as an elective
as well as to English majors and
minors.
It is hoped that these courses
will appeal not only to Jewish stu-
dents who may lie interested in
studying important literary works
I their heritage but also to non-
Jewish students who may wish to
broaden their knowledge of West-
em culture.
"The many facets of the long ;
and continuous story of the Jew-
ish people in Western civilization
In theology, ethics, literature
and philosophy constitute a ma- |
Jor cultural phenomenon in the j
over-all history of the West. In;
the 20th century, more than ever
before, the significance of the t
I Judaic contribution to human civ-
ilization has l>een widely acknowl-
edged by non-Jews." Prof. Sandier
noted.
"In the United Stales today,"
i he continued, "there is a great
deal of searching and groping for
spiritual experience, for a trans-
cendent spiritual-humanistic mean-
ing to existence. There is a yearn- '<
' ing for some kind of spiritual cer-
tltude, or anchor, something to
| hold onto and have faith in. There ,
] are, as everyone knows, many ]*?-
. ciiliar ami far-out manifestations
I of this yearning, and many strange
: and even harmful methods are be-
ing used in the quest for a mean- j
ingful transcendent experience.
Jewish literature and Jewish tra-
dition, in my opinion, expresses a
very healthy, mature and civilized
i response to this Impulse."
Prof. Sandier earned both his ,
! Bachelor of Arts and Master of
! Arts degrees from Ohio Universi- |
1 ty in Athens. He also did doctoral
, work at Western Reserve Univer-
| sity and taught at Northeastern
University in Boston before join- ;
' ing the U-M in 1956.
Results Of Study
Of Reform Rabbis
Are Made Public
GROSSINGERS. NY. (WNS) -
A two-year study of American
Reform rabbis and COtCTPgations
released here recently at the 83rd
annual convention of the Central
Conference of American Rabbis
indicated that Reform rabbis are |
generally satisfied with their pro-
fessional status but disturbed
about the indifference of many
COngregantS' to Reform Judaism." !
"For the first time we have an :
intimate picture of the American;
rabbi, his professional concerns
views on the future of the syna-
gogue, Jewish life and religion in j
general." said CC AR president
Rabbi David Polish or Evan-ton. j
ill., whosr presidential address
keynoted the opening resslon of
the convention.
The study was the first on the '
Reform rabbinate sponsored by I
the CCAR. It was made by Dr.
Theodore I. Lcnn and was eased j
on questionnaires filled out by R20 |
abliU and 984 lay leaders in Re-
form congregations.
Almost 7.V; of the "abhh ai
they felt Judatem n Amerl n
faced cither a considerable I
or extreme crisis. Many rabbis -airi
thpv fojt too manv members re-
gard the rabbis as "life cycle func-
tionaries" who were not much
interested in what the rabbis could
offer n teachers and preachers,
CCAR members also :*eceived a
report from the Mixed Marriage,
Committee and were Riven an op !
portunlty to rMscuss all aspects ol '
marriages being peiformed today
between Jews and non-Jews.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot, spiritual
leader of Temple Israel of Miami,
Ti'ti ioaled in Ihe workshop on
Mixed Marriage.
The CCAR has a historic posi-
tion dating back to l^OH -hich
strongly objects to marriages be-
tween Jews and Christians where
no conversion has taken place.
CCAR officials indicate that no
changes in ihat position will Ik>
recommended.
Anti-Semitism 'Not A Separate Entity'
MINNEAPOLIS (JTAl Anti-
Semitism "is not a separate enti-
ty, but just one facet of general-
ized prejudice," according to a
two-year. $425,000 study made by
Ihe Youth Research Center here
for the Lutheran Brotherhood, a
fraternal insurance society here.
Dr. Morton P. Strommen. an
educational psychologist who
headed the study, said one-fifth of
the six million American Luther-
ans bear anti-Semitic altitudes.
Dr. Arthur P. Johnson of the Uni-
versity of Minnesota, one of the
researchers, said the study reveal-
ed no direct link lietween Chris-
tian training and anti-Semitism.
This finding contradicted a LOW
study by Charles Clock and Rod-
ney Stark of California.
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Friday, June 30, 1972
Page 5-B
Lillian Schoen State
President Of JWVA
Lillian (Mrs Sidney L.) Schoen
is the new president of the De-
partment of Florida, Jewish War
MRS. SIDNEY I. SCHOEN
Veterans Ladi.-s Auxiliary for 23
was elected during the organiza-
tion's convention last weekend at
tlv Americana Hotel.
Mrs. Schoen. who served with
the Canadian Women's Army
Corps in Canada and England, has
been a member of the Jewish War
Veteran sLadies Auxiliary for 23
years and is a past president of
[.North Shore Auxiliary 677.
A resident of Lauderhill, Fla.,
I Mrs. Schoen served as president
of Beth Moshe Congregation Sis-
terhood and is a member of Beth
Israel Sisterhood in Lauderhill.
I She is a life member of the I. H.
(. "idman Business and Profession-
al Ha.lassah Group.
Mrs. Schoen serves as a volun-
teer at the Veterans Hospital in
Miami, manning the patients' li-
brary and the telecart (a portable
telephone wheeled to the bedside
of non-ambulatory patients i. She
has received a 1.000 hour citation
from the hospital.
Officers who will serve with
Mrs. Schoen and who were install-
ed with her by Billie Kern, na-
tional president, include Shirley
Tragash. Harry H. Cohen Auxili-
ary, senior vice president; Evelyn
Kerdie, Murray Solomon Auxilia-
ry, junior vice president; Ceil
Zucker, Abe Horrowitz Auxiliary,
treasurer; Belle Swartz. Norman
Bruce Brown Auxiliary, chaplain.
Also Ann Marcus. Harvey Al-
bertson Auxiliary, instructor; Eli-
nor Pales, West Miami Auxiliary,
conductress; Birdie Grace. Robert
K. Franzhlau Auxiliary, historian
and Mae Schreiber, Norman Bruce
Brown Auxiliary, guard.
During the Saturday morning
session on June 24. Rose Schorr,
past national president, conducted
an insurance symposium, which
was followed by a question and
answer period.
At the testimonial luncheon for
outgoing president Sally Levy,
Saturday noon, Mary Ellen Ar-
lington of Jackson Memorial Hos-
pital was the recipient of the Rose
Chanin Nurses Scholarship in the
field of mental rehabilitation. The
Bertha Lach Memorial Award was
presented to Pearl Weinstein of
Norman Bruce Brown Auxiliary.
Miami, and the Department of
, Florida Women of the Year went
to Blanche Levin of Abe Horrow-
I itz Auxiliary 682, North Miami
1 Beach.
5fr 3 DAY SERVICE!
Hospital Calls
For Volunteers
A call for summer volunteers,
especially young adults 17-19, has
been issued by Cedars of Lebanon
Hospital.
Barbara Ashe, director of Vol-
j unteer Services, is also seeking
| housewives, retired couples and
single men and women interested
] in helping part or full-time.
"These volunteers relieve the
nursing staff and technical per-
I sonnel of many routine tasks, al-
lowing them to give more time
to the patients," Miss Ashe ex-
plained.
Help is needed in the laborato-
ries, gift shop, mail division, and
business offices, information desk
and patient relations unit.
"Team" jobs for husbands and
wives are available. Interested
persons may call Miss Ashe at the
hospital.
Chai Chapter Of
Mizrachi Installs
Officers of the Chai Chapter of
Mizrachi were installed recently
by Rabbi Simon April.
Slate which will serve during
1972-73 includes: Beverly Hauser.
president: Ruth Lubin. executive
vice-president: Lucille Krantz.
Charlotte Roth, Helen Hershkow-
itz and Diana Bailey, vice-presi-
dents; Serena Nuhomovic, treasur-
er; Yolanda Poller. financial sec-
retary; Phyllis Gevertz, recording
secretary; Mary August, corres-
ponding secretary, and Edith Si-
rull. parlimentarian.
Mrs. Jeanne FinkeLstein. outgo-
ing president, will bo advisor to
the chapter.
On Sunday, the chapter spon-
sored an afternoon poolside party
and barbeque at the home of Eve-
lyn Zalmonovich. 8940 SW 65th
Ct. Proceeds from the affair were
earmarked for support of Mizra-
chi charities in Israel.
Variety Hospital Prepared
Variety Children's Hospital in
Miami has organized a standby
plan in case of any civil disorder
during the Democratic and Repub-
lican conventions in Miami Beach.
All medical and paramedical per-
sonnel have been briefed on re-
s|H>nsibilities if any emergency
arises in the Greater Miami area.
Mrs. Arthur Horwitz
District 5 President
Mrs. Arthur Horwitz of North
Miami Beach was elected presi-
lent of B'nai B'rith Women Dis-
MRS. ARTHUR HORWITZ
trict Five during its 32nd annual
convention in Washington, D.C.
"Here and Now" was the theme
of the June 17-20 conclave attend-
ed by representatives from 37
chapters throughout the state of
Florida.
Other Floridians elected to
serve the women's service organi-
zation which has a membership
of 130,000, included Mrs. Harry
Ornstein of West Palm Beach,
president elect, and Mrs. Newton
Hofstadter of North Miami Beach,
second vice president.
District executive committee
members elected include Mrs. Ruth
Wallace, Daytona Beach, Mrs. Ar-
thur Eassman, Miami; Mis* E'ise
Factor-, Hialeah; and Mrs. Victor
Falchick, Miami Beach.
In keeping with the conference
theme, a public affairs workshop
pinpointed the role of today's
woman in influencing passage of
the Equal Rights Amendment to
the U.S. Constitution, and Martha
VV. Griffiths, congresswoman from
Michigan, discussed that topic in
her address to the delegates.
Morris K. I 'Hall, congressman
from Arizona, explored poss.ble
congressional and electoral re-
form in his talk, and the workshop
also included discussion on con-
sumer affairs and the problems of
older adults.
Other highlights of the conven-
tion included a demonstration of
leadership training techniques by
Dr. Richard M. Goldberg, Assist-
ant professor of psychology at the
University of West Florida, who
has served as consultant to the
district for the past two years.
: Sisterhood Installs
| Slate Of Officers
The Sisterhood of Ahavat Sha-
I lorn Congregation will install its
i new slate of officers at a general
meeting Monday at 8 p.m.
Serving for 1973 will be Mrs.
I Dave Harris, president; Mrs. Nor-
man Richman, Mrs. Abner Fischer
and Mrs. Charles Mackler, vice
presidents; Mrs. Fred Sif linger
and Mrs. Morris Barr, secretaries,
and Mrs. Sam Foster, treasurer.
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7. her. a public relations consultant boosts his clients that's
not news. But when the client publicly recognizes the public
relations man. that's another story. That's what happened
a: a recent meeting of the Florida South Chapter of the
Ammdcaa Institute of Architects, headed by Stephen Little,
president. Immedicte past chapter president Thurs'o.i
Hatcher (left, is shown presenting an award to pub!:c rela-
tions consultant Morty Freedman. citing him for hia wcik
on behalf of the American Institute of Architects and also in
recognition of his "dedication to the betterment of our
community "
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Gerald f. Brown, formei Divi-
sion Directory Manager fi South-
in Bell in South Florida h;i> been
promoted to General Directory
Manager foi Florida, replacing
Stan R. SchmJdl of Jacksonville.
Mi Brown v.ho will assume the
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tor} operations will have his head-
quarters in Miami.
Mr. Brown began his career in
Miami in 1960 as a directors :
vertiaing salseman. A graduate "i
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he ha.-- held his present position
since 1966. working in Jackson-
ville as well as Miami, and is a
member of the Greater Miami
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Mr. Schmidt has been promoted
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working out of Atlanta. Ga.
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General Admission:
$1 Grandstand, $2 Clubhouse *
210th Street and 27th Avenue, N.W.
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Happenings...

Miami's Vice .Mayor Hose
i.nnloii has been elected to the
Board f Directors of the Dade
County Chapter National Foun-
ation-Mairh of Dimes for
1972-73.
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Norman M. (Jlller, president
nt Jefferson National Bank at
Sunny Isles, has been appoint-
it head of the Dade County
subcommittee of the Economic
[Education Committee of the
Florida Bankers Association.
The objective of the committee
s to investigate the method of
teaching the American free en-
terprise system in the Dade
County schools with a view to
making the students more
..ware and cognizant of the ad-
vantages of the American sys-
tem versus the socialist system.
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The Dade County Public
Safety Department has an-
nounced the selection of Officer
Knhert Kellar as Officer of the
Month for May. 1972. Officer
Kellar, who joined the depart-
ment March 1. 1971. has been
assigned to the West District
Station since August, 1971.
Hadassah Slates
(lonclave In N. Y.
For the first time in seven
ears. Hadassah. the largest Jew-
ish women's organization in the
unity, will hold its annual na-
r.onal convention in New York.
More than .1.000 delegates, rep-
resenting .123,000 members from
Imoet 1.-100 chapters and groups
l iroughoul the United States and
Puerto Rico, will attend the 58th
I nnual national corner'1"" of "~
i assah, the Women's Zionist Or-
tanization of America. Aug. 20-^'>
at the New York Hilton Hotel.
Founded by Henrietta Szold in
1912, Hadassah is celebrating its
10th anniversary this year.
sraeli Scientists Join
West German Researchers
BONN (JTA) A group of Is-
aell scientists will join a West
German research group Investi-
gating the structure of protein
lomplexes. West German officials
have reported. Prof. G. Blauer of
the Hebrew University will nead
the Israeli contingent; the Ger-
man group will be headed by two
professors from the University of
Konstanz.
The project wt'l he financed by
o grant of about $840,000 from the
Scientific Research Foundation of
the Volkswagen works
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PEBFBCT: The Florida Bar Convention held at Orlando's scenic
Disney vuwu was truiy an exciting anu an innovating lueaa ^ei-
iect piacu lor "business ana pieasu.e." n s great to be away and have
youi eiuiuien witn you knowing tney can oe on tlieir own ana naving
the time ot then lives." urloii anu sheila Young die's past presiuenu
were ine unu-iul host ana hostess lor the enure aay ana evening
wikii bw. K.-ii.i.-n Askcvv attended the sessions and gave nis address
to the barristers. Seen here ana there were: members of the board
of governors of the Florida liar, saiu Silver and his Helene, Harry
ana -Mi-.au Zuckernk-k, siu-ilu ana Sum Israel, t onnle and Jerry Sterii.
Gall and Jack (he's Or. Brenner they let the dentists come along
Sonnie and Gail are sisters), Commissioner Arden Seidendorf and
Kathy she's expecting and glowing. Slimming Judge Murray Good-
man and Conine, Judge and Airs. Irving t'ypen elated over the
news that they are going to be grandparents for the first time come
this November the dividend being derived from son, Steve and
Arlene; he's associated in the Law firm. Bonnie (their only daughter)
and her hubby. Dr. Marc Epstein are leaving for San Francisco where
he will go into the United States Public Health Service to do his bit
foi Uncle Sam.
PERFECT ll.VKMo .1 : Jtui Romuner p.ayed the guitar and har-
monized with Leslie Tropp and Brian Lanes in a love song dedicated
to Fran and Michael Leb following their morning wedding ceremony
June 18 at Beth Torah Congregation. The groom's brother Bobby,
proposed a toast wishing the newlyweds "health, wealth, and the
time to enjoy it" and grandfather Ignatz Leb offered the young couple
words of wisdom and blessings in Yiddish. Fran and Mike's parents,
tne Paul Hershmaiis. and Dr. Sam Lebs relaxed and reminisced to-
gether next evening at the Leb home.
LOVE: "Jeff's in love with Alicia".. .ami so are Muriel and Ralph
Olsberg; they are simply wild over their intended new daughter (being
the parents of three sons). The wedding is planned for July 18 at the
Deauvlik Hotel.

TRAVELING: Joanuie ana Manny Bergman and their toddler.
Donny, are attending the American Optometric Association Conven-
tion in St. Louis, then touring the Ozarks should be loads of fun
traveling with a three year old that's what keeps the Bergmans so
young and energetic! Manny's brother. Dr. Frederick Bergman, has
been elected vice-president of the Florida Optometric Society, the
Bergman boys are "really doing their homework"... Sam and Millie
Shulman are "visiting back home in New Jersey catching up with old
acquaintances and relatives Millie is the "golf champ" at Aventura
Country Club.
*
HALF A CENTURY: In honor of her husband's 50th birthday
(and not looking it!) Zippy Welner, gorgeous in her bare shouldered
striped evening dress, entertained friends at their Keystone Point
home recently with a midnight supper and dance party. Enjoy-
ing some of Zippy's Israeli specialty goodies were the Alan MargoUses,
Stan Rosenthals, Ira Rothiields, Jack Burstiners, and Sid Rachlins.
Needless to say that a good time was had by all!
*
PARTY: The Huysmans, Arlene and Michel had a most unusual
and interesting buffet supper party in their beautiful Georgian home
in the Gables cold gaspacho soup and authentic paella made over
coals in an open hearth and all the trimmings that go with a Spanish
menu. The food was delicious, conversation sparkled. The Glaubman*.
Maury and Edna, (she's the artist) were chiding Marv and Myrtle
Corbntan over Corby's driving (Corny is an architect and interior
designer for boats). Sam and Marilyn Leff love their new home which
he designed, but are looking for new and larger property (he's the
architect; not the attorney). Reva and Jim Rochliss (Chris Craft
boats). Rabbi Joseph Narot and his Lanl, charming and personable as
ever, Harry Leeds (the inventor of soft contact lenses) and spouse Roz,
Sam and Fran Coslow. Gloria and Ivan Goca extolling Kevin'* feats
in tennis. Arlene's mother, Mrs. Nathan Linn entertained singing many
old and new melodies.

simcha: Jean Schechter is "seventy-five years young." and it
was Pearl Harnsteia's pleasure to be able to have a luncheon to cele-
brate her mother's birthday. One and all were so happy to share in
the simcha. Jean's future granddaughter-in-law, Debbie Elfrnhein,
adorable in a smocked dress along with her mom, Helen, were added'
to the family clan.

MOONLIGHT AND ROSES: Bella and Lester GoMatefn invited
200 guests to a reception in honor of their recent marriage. The grand
ballroom of the Fontainbleau Hotel was adorned with cupids. doves
and yellow roses which were especially flown in from South America
for the occasion. The beautiful new bride wore an elegant ecru chiffon
gown with a matching fabric flower in her hair. Well wishers included
the Stanley Arkins, Norman Arklns, Reeky Pomerantzes. Stanley
Davidson*. Herb Kaplans, Ted Bedins, Murray Resnicks and Arthur
Prarlman*.
Hashachar Elects Young Officers
The Southern District of Hasha-
char, meeting at Summer Con-
vention Camp Judea, Henderson-
ville, N.C. last week, elected new
executive oflicers for 1972-73.
The slate, headed by Debbie
Blumberg of Oak Ridge, Tenn.,
president, includes Steve Kruger
of Macon, Ga., administrative vice
president; Sharon Seloff of Nash-
ville. Tenn.. program vice presi-
dent: Lori Levite of Hialeah, Chug
Chalutzi Merakez, and Mi mi VYeis-
berg of North Miami Beach, cul-
tural arts.
Also Mi mi Weisberg of North
Miami Beach, Randa Yager of
New Orleans, and Cheryl Dubrov
of Chattanooga. Tenn., coordina-
tors of districts 1. 2 and 3 respec-
I lively; Anita Alter of North Mia-
' mi Beach, publications; Adrian
j Blotner of New Orleans, Mary El-
I len Cohen of Miami, Jeff Kramer
of Oak Ridge, and Richie Warren
of Cocoa Beach, members of the
board.
Roher-Barkowitz
Michelle Lynn Barkowitz. the
daugher of Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Barkowitz of Coral Gables, be-
came the bride of Ian Norman
Roher, son of Mr. and Mrs. Matt
Roher of Toronto, Canada. Sun-
day, June 18. Rabbis Morris A.
Kipper and Robert Frazin con-
ducted the ceremony, which took
place at Temple Judea; a luncheon
and reception followed.
The bride selected a gown of
white silk faced faille peau de soie
with Sabrina neckline and an Em-
pire bodice shaped by bold appli-
ques of imported Alencon lace on
English net. Her English net bish-
op sleeves were etched and cuffed
with lace appliques, and her A-
line skirt flowed into a full-sweep
court train. A full-length mantilla
completely encircled the Alencon
lace which fell from the peak of
her tiara-shaped cap. and she car-
ried a bridal arrangement of white
roses and stephanotis.
The bridesmaids, Deborah and
Paula Barkowitz. (the bride's sis-
ters) wore bouffant yellow gowns
traced in white embroidery at the
wedding band necklines, bodice
and cuffs on their sleeves. They
wore matching picture hats and
carried nosegay bouquets.
Jamie Roher, brother of the
bridegroom was best man. Glen
Kezwer, his cousin, ushered.
The bride attended Miami-Dade
Junior College and Armstrong
State College in Savannah where
she graduated with a degree in
dental hygiene. Her husband irrat"-
uated from the University of To-
ronto and is now completing his
law studies at Osgoode Hall Law
School in Toronto.
Michelle's grandparents. Mr. and
Mrs. Max Drosd of Miami Beaeh,
and Ian's grandmother. Mrs. Tillio
Roher of Toronto, were among
guests.
JncobsoruHafer
Cynthia E. Hafer and Harvev L.
Jacobson were married Saturday.
June 17. at Temple Judea. Rabbi
Morris Kipper performed the 8:30
p.m. ceremony.
For her wedding, the bride se-
lected a floor-length candlelight
gown with pink, and green lace
trim and a matching lace head-
piece. Her sister, Maureen Ix>ck-
wood. served as matron of honor,
ami junior bridesmaids were Mel-
anie Harrison "arid Kim Lockwood.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
bur Bridge df "West "Palm Beach,
the new Mrs. Jacobson is a grad-
uate of the University of Florida
Her husband, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Jacobson of Coral
Gables, who had his brother. Pter
Jacobson. for best man. attended
Duke University and rradiiated
from the University of Miami.
On their return from a honey-
moon triD to Jamaica, the newly-
weds will live in Gainesville, where
the groom will continue his grad-
uate work at the University ol
Florida.
Herrup-BHUiant
Cynthia Beth Brilliant and Ste-
ven Joshua Herrup were married
in the Doral Beach Hotel Sundav.
June 25. The bride's cousin. Ribbi
Shamai Kanter of Sharon, Mass..
oerformed the double ring cere-
mony.
The brie'e, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Meyer M. Brilliant, 5835 SW
MRS. HAKVtr L. JACOBSON
50th Ter.. graduated from Coral
Gables High School and North-
western University, Evanston, 111.
She is presently employed as a
puVic information officer with
the Illinois Regional Medical Pro-
gram in Chicago.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. J. Lester Hemij) of
Pitsburgh, Pa., and the grandson
of Mrs. Sadie Herrup of Miami
Beach and Mrs. Ruth Hersh of
Hollywood. He is also a graduate
of Northwestern University and
will begin graduate school there in
September.
The bride selected a full length
tissue taffeta and lace gown em-
broidered with lace medallions
and accented with long lace cuffed
sleeves. She wore a full cathedral
train and carried the lace hander-
chief worn by her husband's ma-
ternal grandmother on her wed-
ding day. A pearl Juliet cap with
a triple illusion veil completed the
ensemble.
Joni Brilliant served as her sis-
ter's maid of honor, and Mrs. Na-
dine Alter Barocas was matron of
honor. The bride was also attend-
ed by Susan Friedberg. the bride-
groom's cousin, and Fran Bern-
stein, Carol Rubinstein and Nan-
cy Goldfluss.
Karl Herrup served as his bro-
ther's best man; another brother,
Robert. Harvey Brilliant and Ro-
bert Brilliant, the bride's cousins.
Louis Barocas, and Richard Gluck
ushered.
After a wedding trip to Jamaica,
the couple will live in Chicago.
Sage-Beldner
Judith Ellen BeWner, the daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Beld-
ner of Miami Beach and Martin
Sage, son of Dr. am? Mrs. Maurice
S. Sage of New York were mar-
ried Sunday. June 25, at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel. The ceremony
>vas performed by Rabbi Emanuel
Rackman of New York's Fifth'
Avenue Synagogue and Rabbi Jo-
seph Narot of Tempie Israel, -Mi-
ami.
Mrs. Stuart Beckerraan was ma-
tron of honor for her sister. tThe
groom's brother, Malcolm Sage
was best man.
The bride received her Bache-
lor's decree cum laude from Bos-
ton University and an M.Ed, de-
gree in Counseling Psychology
from Teacher's College, Columbia
University. Now Director of Test-
ing and a counselor at Pace Col-
lege, she is comoleting require-
ments for her Ph.D. <"cgrcc in
Counseling Psychology at New
York University. Her father is
vice president of The Hub and Su-
per Stores, Inc.. retail depart-
ment stores in the Miami area.
Mr. Sage, who received his Ba-
chelor's degree from New York
University, where he also did ad-
vanced graduate study :n English.
is a magazine editor and free
lan?e writer. His father is presi-
dent of Sage Laboratories Inc.. a
member of the board of the World
Zionist Movement and the Now
York City chairman of Stat? of
Israel Bonds.
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MRS. MARTIN SAM
Nobil-Levin
In a wedding carried out in col-
ors of yellow and blue, the former
Deborah Ruth Levin and Gary
Alexander Nobil exchanged VOWS
in the home of the bride's parents,
Dr. and Mrs. Leo ftf. Levin. 825
Fairway Dr.. Saturday. June 2-1.
at sundown. Rabbi Leon Kronish
conducted the nuptials and a re-
ception followed.
The bridegroom is the son ol
Norman Nobil of Golden Beach
and Mrs. Victoria Baker of Holly-
wood, Fla.
For her wedding, the bride se-
lected a white pique floor length
dress with matching shawl, and
an illusion veil attached to a head-
dress; she carried an arrangement
of yellow roses and baby's breath
on her confirmation bible.
Attending.the couple were Jane
Levin and- Adrienne Levin, the
bride's sisters; best man Clark
Nobil, the bridegroom's brother,
the bride's brother. Albert Levin,
and Albert Sadowsky.
The.new Mrs. Nobil, a graduate
of Miami Beach Senior High
School and Garland Junior College
in Boston, is a University of Mia-
mi intern in elementary education.
Her husband, a graduate of Mia-
mi Beach Senior High School and
Ohio State University is now a
practicing attorney: he earned
his degree from the University of
Miami Law School.
On their return from a trip to
Curacao and Araba. the newly-
weds will live in Miami's Bay Park
Towers.
Youths From Kibbutz
Killed In Tanzania
TEL AVIV (JTA> Two Is-
raeli youths killed by police in Dar
es Salaam, Tanzania. Saturday
have been identified as 23-year-old
members of Kibbutz Beth Oren
on Mount Carmel near Haifa who
had left on an African tour earli-
er this month. They had mailed a
letter from Kenya which said they
planned to hire a car and visit
Tanzania, but hao not been heard
from since.


Friday. June 30. 1972
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County Organizes Agency
To Coordinate Manpower
County Manager Hay Goode li;i>
organized a Manpower Admini*
[ration Agency, a depart men i
'evH unit t'i operate the Count)
major manpower programs.
l .< m I'. Sachs is director of tl <
new agency. Harvey Lincoln
coordinator for the Manpnv.
Area Planning Council, anil Tor
Althauser has been named cUel
administrative officer for tl
Man;.ow< r Administration Agency
1 evi Wilson has been appoint"'
planning and evaluation Officer-
Maxwell ("lark is director of tl>
N( ighborhood Youth Corps Pro
gram, and Iiennie Dawson is dire,
tor of the New Careers Program
MRS. US P. fAlKt
Fnlkc-Doner
Valerie Eve Donor and Les P.
Falke exchanged marriage vows
on Sunday, June 11, at the bride's
home.
The bride, daughter of Mrs. Abe
J. Donor and the late Mr. Doner.
graduated from Miami Norland
High School and attended the Uni-
versity of Miami. She is preseitly
stud\ing to become an X-flay
technician in Atlanta.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
M. Falke, the bridegroom, a cra-
riuate of Miami Norland High
School, has been atending the Uni-
versity of Georgia in Athens, Ga..
and will enter Georgia State in
Atlanta this FaL'
Letvis-Tendrich
Marlene Sue Tendrich an.J Lau-
rence Martin Lewis were united in
"marriage Sunday. June 25, at the
Fontainebleau Hotel. Rabbi Sol
Landau officiated at the 1:30 p.m.
* ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. Max Tendi ich, 1030
South Grcenway Dr., and the
granddaughter of Joseph Na-'ler.
A graduate of Coral Gables High
School, she has atended the Uni-
versity of Florida and wi'! con-
tinue her studies at the Florida
International University.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. A'.fred
Lewis. 5001 SW 65th Ave.. the
bridegroom is a graduate of
Southwest High School. He at-
tended the University of Miami
[School of Midicine in the Fall.
For her wedding, the bride sc-
1 looted a gown of silk organza
" trimhied with Alencon lace and
seed pearl appliques. She carried
-a eascaro of roses and stephano-
tis on her bridal bible.
Attending the new Mrs. Lewis
K were her sisters. Dianne Tendrich.
I maid of honor, Ar"annee Tendrich
and Mrs. Leon Filter; Dobbie Lew-
is, Rochelle Lewi? and Mrs. Lucky
I .. Roscoe. sisters of tbe bridegroom,
[.'"UUidMrs. Barry Goldberg and Su-
". san Epstein.
Martin Ac'chnan served as '.iest
vroan; ushers wen- Loon Firtel.
Lucky Roscoe. Peter Ciporkin.
j Richard Blau, Richard Goldbrg.
Sparry Goldberg and Kddie G>ld-
Eatein.
, The newly wedc arc spending
S? their honeymood in Jamaica.
Deutsch-Schuxtrtz
Wearing her great-grandmoth-
er's gold wedding band. Marlene
Schwartz became the bride of Bar-
ry Gerald Deutsch of 981 NE
155th St., on Sunday. June 25.
Beth Torah Coneregation was the
setting for the 11:30 a.m. nuptials
with Rabbi Max Lipschitz offlci-
atine.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome K. Schwartz.
1 1050 NE 169th Terr. Her husband
is the son of Sidney Deutsch of
Surfside and the late Mrs. Muriel
Deutsch.
For the ceremony, the new Mrs.
Deutsch selected a long white
Mexican wedding dress and a
6houlder length veil held by a cao
of lace and seed pearls which
MRS. LAURENCE M. IfWfS
matched the lace in the gown.
Mrs. Lawrence Kessler served
as her sister's matron of honor
and Margie Deutsch, the bride-
groom's sister, served as maid of
honor; John Murphy was best man
and Clifford Konchak ushered.
The bride graduated from Mia-
mi Norland Senior High School;
her husband graduated from North
Miami Senior High. They are both
graduates of Miami-Dade Junior
College.
On their return from a honey-
moon in Gatlinburg, Tenn., and
Atlanta, the newlyweds will live
in North Miami Beach.
ISaar-Rochkind
Vizcaya Gardens was the sotting
for the wedding ceremony which
united the former Barbara Roch-
kind and Harry I. Naar on Sun-
day, June 25. Music for the 7:30
p.m. rite= was offered by J. C. Cok-
or; Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgard
officiated.
Daughter of Mrs. Sarah Roch-
kind, 2130 SW 22nd Terr., and Dr.
Reuben Rochkind of Coral Gables,
the bride graduated from the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin with a B.A.
decree in French an:' French n'va
studies, earned an M.A. degree
from Indiana University, and
taught in Paris from 1970 to 1971.
For the nuptials, the bride wore
a floor length 1920's style white-
on-white batiste gown featuring
a sweetheart neckline, scallop-
edge bell sleeves, a Victorian
waistline with sash and alternat-
ing green and white scallop trim-
med train. A broad brimmed white
straw hat with madrilene veil
completed the ensemble.
With her grandmother, Mrs.
Esther Rochkind, participating in
the ceremonv, the new Mrs. Naar
had her sister, Mrs. Linda Katz
as matron of honor. Bridesmaids
included Mrs. Roslind Rochkind.
Mrs. Miki Moran and Ann Bee-
man.
The bridegroom, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Isidore Naar of New Jersey,
had his brother. Sheldon Naar, as
best man. Ushers included the
bride's brother, Larry Rochkind.
Dr. Steve Katz, and Robert Ferris.
Mr. Naar, who has a Bachelor
of Fine Arts degree from Phila-
delphia College of Art, and a
M.F.A. degree from Indiana Uni-
versity in painting and drawing,
studied painting in Paris.
The newlyweds will live in Ber-
nardsville, N.J. The bride will
teach French and Spanish at the
Gill School and her husband will
teach Studio Art and Art History
at Middlesex College, N.J.
Fireworks Display July 4
.Miami Beach s major Fourth of
July celebration will again be
sponsored this year by Washing-
Ion Federal Savings and Loan As-
sociation of Miami Beach, Jack
I D. Gordon, president, has an-
nounced. The fireworks display
will be staged on the evening of
July 4th. and will be set off from
a barge anchored in the ocean, off
Eirhth Street.
Pierre Salinger To Speak
Pierre Salinpw is scheduled to
speak at the Dade County Bai
, Association luncheon Wednesda\
! noon at the McAllister Hotel. Hi.'
j topic will I e "Reflections on the
I Press and the Presidency." Mr
Salinger was invited to speak t<
the Bar by the 1972-73 meeting.'
committee chairman, Gerald F
Richman, who is instigating a
1 new meetings policy.
ELI KAMINER
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MKS. HARR1 I. NAAR
bride earned a bachelor of edu-
cation degree from the University
of Florida and a Master's degree
in Education from the University
of Miami.
The bridegroom has a Bachelor
of Business Administration and
Jurist Doctorate degrees from the
University of Miami. He is pres-
ently the manager in the tax de-
partment of a Miami company.
On their return from a honey-
moon trip to San Francisco, Las
Vegas and Chicago, the new Mr.
and Mrs. Skor will live in Miami.
Club Summer Hiatus
The Hialeah-Miami Sprinpa Jew-
ish War Veterans Post 681. which
meets at Temple Tifereth Jacob,
will hold no more meetings until
September, it has been announced.
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With ISABKI. C.UOVK
A litt;< princess, Lisa Yvette, weighing in at seven lbs ono oz., born
June to now parentl Howard and Marilyn 'IViuln.-li of 8."*40 SW
162n4 St. Lisa is a first for grandparents Or. and Mrs. Jack Sritlin and
great-grandmother Mrs. Henry SeMta. Paternal grandparents are Mr.
aiul V*. I>ailorc Trndrirh. Mfr-fl** *>
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Amusing and Informative car.' from Ham and B^n Dssea who are
on a three-month trip to exotic places around the world. Writing from
Addis Abada in Ethiopia, Hazel said, "thrilled with our visits to London.
We attend d our cousin's Bar Mitzvah in Johannesburg. Very exciting!
Paris, Dakar, So. Africa and Nairobi, and are looking forward to A.-ia.
We've been warmly received by the Jewish community wherever we
visit,-,| except on safari out of Nairobi saw a million animals and
not one lookt.l Jewish!"
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'Love' was ihe theme, and lavender and purple was the color
scheme for the delightful bridal shower given Saturday for Helene
Huth Goldman who will be the bride of Dr. Shepard Arnold Adler,
whom everyone calls "Arnie," come Oct. 8. Held nt the Miami Shores
home ol Marge (Mrs. .lack) Brhllllnger, the party was a complete sur-
prise to the gursl of honor who came with her mother, Sally (Mrs.
dene) floMberg and thought she was attending a mother-daughter
tea. Co-ho>.t for the ifternoon was the daughter-in-law of the house,
L.'iine (Mis. Lee) SehllHnger who bad a celebration of her own goinj -
she Just became an attorney via the University of Florida. On the re-
ceiving line weie the hostess's two adorable daughters, Kohin and Lynn '
vho were very grown up in long frock- and gravely handed e ich ,
guest a clothespin place card. The 40 guests enjoyed homemade cakes, j
tiny heartshaped sandwiches in colors ol" lavender and purple, an.1 |
Bdmired the umbrella centerpiece covered with wedding rings. Sharing
ii the festivities wt r the future bridegroom's mother, Josle (Mrs.
Louis) Aiiier. her daughter Barbara (Mrs. Norman) Block, Mrs. Leslie
r. Bukvtel, Mrs. itainh I). Holland or, Mrs. Jerome Dreyfow, Mrs.
Victor Faille. Mrs. Irvine Iti-inhorii, Mrs. Arthur Willen. Mrs. Jessie
< nsxelhoff, Mrs. Albert /in kerman, Mrs. Mav Friedman and Mrs. Iud>
RtahL Dr. Ad 1 1 1- a 1 cenl graduate ol Southern College of Optometr>
i Tenn., and lii bride-to-be is a June graduate of the Uni-
versit) <<'. Florida.
Celebrating their fifth wedding anniversary, Sheila and Bonatl
(tmby are Fpendlng .t lure with her mother Mrs. HeU-n Fames* of
Miami. The Gabys are both graduates of the University of Miami and
are now both teaching in Cleveland. His parents are Mr. and Mrs.
jrvin Gaby. Sheila is the daughter of the late Max A. Panes*.

Large contingent of out-of-town guests here for the wedding of
Martoae. Sue T>ndrleh and Laurence .Martin Lewis who exchangei
vows on Sunday at the Fontaincbleau Hotel. The new bri le is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mux Tendrirh and granddaughter of Joseph
Nadler. Her bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred l.iuis.
Guests included Mr. and -Mrs, Herman Nadler and daughter, Mrs. Jack
RliuiM-nthal, Mr*. Mary Katz, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Te.ndrich, -Mr. .mil
Mrs. Julian Miller, Or. and Mr*. Alvin Savage, Mr. and Mrs. II, ,ir\
Roman, Mr. and Mrs. Lenter Colodney, Mr. and Mrs. David Nelkrug,
Mrs. Alvin Khrlieh, Mrs. Sally tttilma.11, Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick Weber.
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Pricemen and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Brown.
* + +
Many relatives of Phillip Stuart, the son ol Mr. and -Mrs. Mar-
vin Herman, w ill he here for his Bar Mitzvah at Temple Or Olom
on Satunuiy and the dinner dance in his honor Saturday night at
the Ritz Plaza Hotel. Coming from Detroit are Mr. and Mrs. David
Be-rrls and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Davidson, and from Summit, N.J..
Mr. aJid Mrs. Charles Seheck.
Landing To Have
The Promenade and Landing
restaurants, both located in the
new Miamarina in downdown Mi-
ami, will prepare picnic baskets
dining the entire July 4 holiday
weekend.
For beaten out for a day or
two on the water, or a short trip
to Marine Stadium for the fire-
works., the Landing offers two
different picnic selections, featur-
ing roast beef or chicken.
The Promenade's 360-dcgrce.
glass-enclosed dining room will of-
Holiday Specials
fer a view of the fireworks for
landlubbers. Dancing to the music
>f l-.l Gitano also will be featured,
vith six-course seafood dinners on
he menu.
CARON EVE ROMAN
Caron Eve Roman
Engaged to Marry
Dr. M. L. Fredman
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ronvvn, for-
mer residents of Miami who now-
live in Inverness, Fla., have an-
nounced the engagement of their
daughter, Caron Eve. to Dr. Mi-
chad Lawrenc Fredman. so^i o!
Mr. and Mrs. Burton Fredman of
Washington DC. The future bride
is the granddaughter ol the late
Helen Baker anc' Jerry Bak >r of
Miami Beach.
The bride-elect attended Emor> ,
University in Atlanta end grad-
uated from Stanford University In
i a ifornia. she is a member of
Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority and Phi
Betta Kappa. Caron made her
debut as a Central Florida d< DU
tante in 1968.
Dr. Fre 'man graduated from
California Institute of Technology
and received a Ph.D. degree from
Stanford University with high dis-
tinction. He will be a professor it
the computer se'enre department
at Massachusetts Institute of Tech-
nology in Cambridge.
Following a late summer wed-
ding, the couple will live in Bel-
mont. Mass.
Miami Beach Announces
Summer Park Schedule
The Miami Beach Recreation
division has o|>cned its summer
youth program at 10 parks, offer-
ing activities daily with many
night events.
Night programs are at South
Shore, Flamingo and North Shore
parks and at the Flamingo and
Normany Isle ])ools. All programs
will be supervised, and the public
is invited to participate, at no
cost in the great majority of in-
stances.
Attorney Maurice Rosen, (right) a member of Sky Laic-;
Synagogue, was sworn in as president of the North Dcii
Bar Association by Judge Arden M. Siegendorf at the
association's recent installation dinner. Other officers ;-
stalled by Judge Siegendoif were Jules R. Israel, president-
elect; Ron Silver, vice president; Ivan S. Benjamin, secre-
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Looking pleased with the 'Donor Luncheons" held by the
Miami Beach Chapter oi Hadassah May 15 and 16 at the
Carillon Hotel are Mrs. Sherman Fast, (left) immediate past
president ol the chapter, Mrs. Barnett Beckerman, program
chairman, and Mrs. Sylvia Kurland. luncheon chairman.
Israeli Entries For
[Folk Festival Sought
singers, dancers and musical In-
jumetitalists are needed to rep-
i-nt Israel in the Miami Inter-
ona. Folk Festival.
rith more than 25 nn'ional and
lie groups represented in the
Ival to he sponsored by tin
of Miami on Friday, Su'tir-
|and Sunday. July 21, 122 and
net is still no entry for Israel,
Morty Freedman festival
lit tee chairman.
t :/.e that we have a built-
^aiilias problem because our
musical program* \* i11 Iw
Triviay evening and Satu tlav
itum to 4 p.m.." said Mr. ;
Itan. "but our parade down
i St. and Biscaync Blvd. "ill
tii until 7:30 p.vi. Satur v.
we are tijj>liiK thai -i-me '
i Jewish s;ii!- iioys, men
ii can dance the Hot' i i:
i le."
trade will stop 'very live
alone the route for a I .
to! during "hich danc-
ungera can "do theii
br the audience along the
(Entrants nee' not Ik- dti-
I Of tin i i -11 > tlvy Hi' :-e;ire-
ng, .-ai'l Mr. l-'i ,imai\ 8 -
it i- the mt'on of thel ,
lor ethnic origin
fltrfes fo- the par.i.l already
Free Cuba. Inland. Greoce,
toe Cuba. Ireland. Gre-ce. !
itemala. Haiti. I'u-ilo Rico
Bahamas, Scotland, Qer-
ny, Hungary. Africa, Bolivia ;
na, Virain Islam'-. Spain. Ha-
il. Seminol" Indians and ihc \
/e also need nr. Isru.li en'ry
our food booths in Miami's
front Park Auditori-im Sa-.ttr-
and Sunday." hi- .-aid. "Orfja-
atiorts soon-miii-: food booths
will be iH'rmitted to sell I heir food
pastries both days and keep the
profit for their treasury. They
need only provide a decorated
booth and wear their national oi
ethnic costume.
Deadline for entering the festi-
val is Saturday. Persons wishing
to enter may do so by phoning the
festival committee at 445-7829 or
writing to Miami International
Folk Festival. Suite 117. 2539 S.
Bayshore Drive, Miami. Fla. 33133
Seymour S. Cohen, 48, has been
appointed to head the commun
ity and veterans services: ot
B'nai B'rith as national diractoi.
Mr. Cohen, who beg:m his al
filiation with B'nai B'rith as c
member ot the teen-age youth
movement ir Miami beach, has
been a member of its executive,
staff for the past 24 years.
New Play Premieres
"Easy Money," a Florida Thea-
tre Conference award-winning
play by Leonard L. Perlmuttcr.
will be giveu its world premier
presentation at the Ft. Laudcrdale
Civic Theater on Thursday. Fri-
day, Saturday. July 13. 11, 15. *nd
' July 20. 21, 2i.
Groundbreaking ceremonies for the third Pumpernik's Res-
taurant and Bake Shop were held recently at the site on
Hallandale Beach Blvd. opposite Gulf stream Race Track.
Complete with hard hats are these "ground-breakers,"
Manny Zinn, (left) president of the new Pumpernik's; B. I.
Binder, a stockholder in the corporation; Hallandale Mayor
"Buddy" Galvin and Charles Linksman, vice president of
the new restaurant. The SI.5 million building will occupy a
three-acre site and the restaurant will seat 315. Completion
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Hebrew University Encyclopedia
For The People Of The Book'
Phillip Hrrmarn Steven Karashik
HAL STF.RN
Hal Stern will obseive his Bar
Mitzvah during Saturday morning
services at Beth Torah Con
lion July 1.
Dr. and Mrs. Alvin Stern '\i'.i
honor their son. a stvdent si the
Hebrew Acaiiom\ at t',ie Kiddush
following the ceremonv.
Among the guests here for the
occasion will be Hal's grandoar-
enta, Mrs. Gussie Stern of North
Miami Beaeh and Fred Weiss of
I'hicago. and Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Gil and family of Tel Aviv, Israel.
STEVEN KARASH1K
Steven, the son uf Mr. and Mia. i
Leonard Karashik, will mark his
Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning.
July 1. at Beth David Congrega-
tio"
An eighth grade student at
Thomas Jefferson Junior High
Sohix>l. Steven is also a member
oi the Mit.vah class at Beth To-
rah's Harold Wolk Religious
School.
The celebrant will be honored
a: the Kiddush following the ser-
. ices. Anton: guests will be his
maternal grandparents, Mr, and
>;-. s Moe Goodson,
PHILLIP HERMAN
Phillip Stuart, son of Mr. and
Mis. Maivin I.. Herman, 8960 SW
'!^; St.. will observe his Bar Mitz-
vah Saturday morning. Ju'.y 1. a'
Temnle Or Olom.
Phillip is a seventh grade stu-
ent at Coral Park Elementary
School.
Mr. and Mis. Herman will honor
their son at a I'.inner-dance Satur-
dav night at the Ritz Plaza Hotel.
vir.g the gcvel for the second consecutive year is
S.'burbcn League president. Mrs Jay Mhchell. It was pre-
to her by Mrs. Morris Levin past president a: the
Suburban League v-rrls ^nd installation.
By Mt'KKAY 7.1CKOW
JTA New* Editor
In addition to the facilities on
Mt. Scopus, the university oper-
ates the campus at Givat Ram.
built to replace the Mt. Scopus
campus when the area became a
desolate enclave after 1948; a
health science campus at Kin ;
Karem; and the Levi Kshkol
School of Agriculture on the
Rehovot campus.
During the past decade, some
54 new buildings have been
completed on the Givat Ram
campus with 15 more under
construction or in the planning
stage.
BIT THE Ml. Scopus campus
remains the central gem in the
unlversit "s tiara. In 1971-72, a
total of 3.000 were living and
learning in this "university
city." And the figure is expected
to increase annually.
"According to our five-year
plan. 12,500 students will be at-
tending classes on Mount Sco-
pus by 1975. Six thousand of
these will be living in the uni-
versity city now beginning to
take shape. When completed,
the campus will accommodate
18.000." Samuel Roth berg, chair-
Classes for Tots
Added to School
At Beth Sholoiu
Weekday kindergarten classes
for five-year olds have been added
to the curriculum of Beth Sho-
lom'l Nurserv School, according to
an announcement by Dr. Solomon
Lichter and Mrs. David Miller.
cochalrmen of the board of 3eth
^ho'.om's School for Living Juda-
ism.
Mrs. Gerald Koppele, director
of the Nursery School for the past
seven years, will head up the new
kindergarten program. She will
he assisted by Mrs. Yale Freed-
line, a certified Dade County
school teacher, plus a well-quali-
fied aide.
Koppele states that the
program for this new group will
be "innovative and geared to the
- ii the Dade County
l' Scl il kinc"?rga-ten ys-

The program for the R\ -yeai
.th lemberi I
an i nor
man of the board of governors
of the Hebrew University, said.
The construction of the $100-
million complex on Mt. Scopus
is the largest building enter-
prise in Jerusalem.
MATCHING the increase in
physical plant is the growing
si/.' of the student body. Until
1935. the university enrolled an
average of 200 students a year.
By the end of 1947. there were
1.000 students and a faculty of
190. In 197.1-74, it is anticipated
that 20.000 regular students will
be enrolled, plus some 4.000
summer course students.
White universities in other
countries are suffering a "brain
drain." the Hebrew University
continues to attract first-class
academicians.
"We are able to attract the
best brains in the world." Mr.
Rothberg noted, citing the re-
cent example of Dr David
Weiss, an outstanding Immunol-
ogist who once headed the De
partment of Immunology at
Berkeley. "We are looking for
breakthroughs in cancer re-
search, and we hope that Dr.
Weiss may achieve such a
breakthrough.
"But expansion in Israel car-
ries special problems with it
(hat you don't encounter anv-
where else in the world." Mr.
Rothberg explained. "'For exam-
ple, we have to provide dormi-
tories not only for single and
married students, but for mar-
ried students with children as
well. Some 70'': of our students
come from outside Jerusalem.
so we have to provide housing
facilities for them."
THE LARGE percentage of
students studying for higher de-
grees at the Hebrew University
also creates problems. "One has
to understand what this means
in terms of cost," Mr. Rothberg
said. "It costs between four and
five times as much to educate
a student for his Master's de-
gree as it does for the under-
graduate student. It costs eight
to 10 times as much for a doc-
toral degree."
There is a serious budget pr ib-

i lem at the Hebrew University
he continued. "In prior .
70r; of our operating budget
was provided by the Jewish
Agency and before the Six-Day
! War, by the government.
"NOW, because of the increase
| in the number of students, es-
pecially those studying for high-
! er degrees, the cost of higher
I education has reached the point
where the public sector is find-
ing it very difficult to meet its
share.
"The Hebrew University i- for-
tunate in that it has been able
to build and develop a very
strong friends organization in
< the United Staes. in Canada
and in Kngland; and. over the
past few years, throughout
Europe, Latin American and
other parts of the free world.'
Mr. Rothberg observed.
"BIT," he continued, "it's
much easier to raise funds for
development purposes, for build-
ings, than it is to raise money
] for professors' salaries, housing
: for married students, for re-
search and for maintet iai
: where the donor doesn't visibly
see what he is getting for his
[ money."
As for governmental fur. :
"We have no right to tell the
government or the Jewish
Agency how much money should
; be allocated for higher educat n
; but we do have the right once
i the allocation is made to
fight for our fair share," Mr,
I Rothberg added.
THE HISTORY of the He-
brew University, therefore, is
i not only the orchestration of
; the past but also the music of
1 the future. The university and
[ its board of governors repre-
' sents the enduiing partneisiiip
between the State of Isrnci and
the Jews of the Diaspora.
It was Meyer Weisgal. in
autobiography, "...So Far,"
who noted that when Dr.
man "laid the cornerstone for
the Hebrew University in J- r
salem in 1918 he was creating
a fact far more stubborn
the Balfour Declaration whi
preceded it l>- a year."
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Friday. Tune 30, 1972
*Jen 7$fl MorSdiain
Page 13-F
Grossinger 9s July Schedule
Lists Show-World Guests
itv Special Report
GROSSINGER, N.Y. Show
. .isinoss headliners, top personali-
ties from the sporting world, nn-
i.mall .-known financial writers,
liters, and columnists, and an in-
:.ux of single men and women
(ill highlight the first month of
Jrossinger's annual "Festival
Weeks Jamboree" during the 1972
.- immer season.
They're all part of weekly
eme programs that have made
summer months here during the
past two years more exciting.
\ont-packed, and celebrity-filled
ihan any other previous period in
the famed Catskill resort hotel's
J-year history. The program be-
gins Saturday.
The kick-off "Star-Spanr-led
A'eek," July 2 to 9, spotlignts
show world headliners every eve-
mg of the week in the hotel's
/zling new Terrace Room night
. lub. The Barry Sisters and come-
U stars Corbett Monica and Jack
Uakefield head the schedule.
The star-studded entertainment
'.v-ek leads into the annual "July
Singles Week" on the 9th, accent-
ing boy-meets-girl with more than
: ()00 unattached men and women
from every section of the country
expect !(!
Everybody's favorite subject,
money, win he discussed during
the week beginning July 16. A ser-
ies of provocative panels and dis-
cussions will feature 'syndicate.!
investment columnist Sam Shul-
i sky; Murray T. Bloom, author of
(he best-selling "Rogues to Riches
The Trouble With Wall Street;"
| Dana Thomas, associate editor of
"Barron's," the financial weekly;
Clem Morgello, Wall Street colum-
nist for "Newsweek" magazine;
Myron Kandel, editor of "Wall
; Street Letter;" Hans R. Reinisch,
, founder and president of the Na-
' tional Shareholders Association;
1 and Rebcrt Met/, New York
! Times financial columnist.
Sports takes the stage, during
the week beginning July 23 .with
ildily personal appearances, exhi-
j bitions. practice sessions, demon-
i stralions, and interviews by name
athletic personalities. On tap will
be stars from both the New York
: Mets and New York Yankees.
Tim Boggan and Errol Resek. two
of America's ranking table tennis
stars, both of whom played in
Chinr,; international fencing cham-
pion Lazlo Pongo; and tennis aces
Gene Scott and Ron Holmberg.
Sam Bloom Elevated To
NAPHCC Vice Presidency
Sam Bloom of Miami was ele-
vated to the vice presidency of (he
National Association of Plumbing-
SAM BLOOM
H ating-Cooling Contractors dur-
installation ceremonies a* tin
' 'h annual PHCC convention
and exposition in Anaheim, Calif.,
r~ ently.
Mr. Bloom, who officially 'akes
over his new position July 1, suc-
ceeds Robert K. Wark of Houston.
Tex., who became NAPHCC's pres-
ide nt for the 1972-72 year.
Mr. Bloom owns and operates
Sam Bloom Plumbers, Inc., here
and has been a member of
NAPHCC for 10 years. He was
elected without opposition as sec-
ond vice president of NAPHCC in
"une 1971.
A past president of the Miami
PHCC association. Mr. Bloom was
a director in the Florida PHCC for
five years, and a director of Dis-
trict t> for two years before his
election as an officer of NAPHCC.
He also served the national as-
sociation as convention chairman
and was on the membership Steer-
ing Committee in 1969.
Mr. Bloom operates a commer-
cial and institutional plumbing i
business which he built up to an i
annual gross dollar volume of SI.5
million. He formerly worked as a i
journeyman plumber and served I
as the first president of Miami UA
Local 519.
Mr. Bloom, who will automati-
cally become president of NAPHCC.
during the association's 91st an- J
nual PHCC convention and
exposition in Houston, Tex., ;icxt .
year, is the inspiration behind a
program he calls, "M.O.V E."
(which stands for Motivation'
through Organization by Vision
and Energy.)
During his current service as an
officer of NAPHCC. Mr. Blooml
has traveled throughout the coun-
try on behalf of the association
urging contractor enthusiasm nnd |
rcdedication to the plumbing in-
dustry. He's been one of the In-
dustry's strongest supporters and
a leading advocate for prog-am-
to upgrade contractor education
and labor training.
Prior to the convention. Mr.
Bloom co-hosted the "Key Officials
Conference," an annual meeting of
top officers and executives of state
and local associations.
As 1973-74 NAPHCC president.
Mr. Bloom will lead the PHCC in-
dustry in its 92nd annual conven-
tion which will be held in Hawaii
Prof. Aharon Kalzir-Katchalsky,
internationally renowned hear!
of the Weizman Institute of Sci-
ence Polymer Research Depart-
ment, was among the deaci al-
ter last week's suicide attack on
250 persons in the arrival
lounge of Lydda Airport, carried
out by three Japanese in the
pay of Palestinian terrorists.
He was returning from a sci
entiiic conference in Europe.
Measures Sought To
Reduce Yordini Rate
TEL AVIV (WNS) Hillel
Ashkena/i, director general of the
Absorption Ministry, is seeking
measures to reduce the rate of
returnees (yordim) among immi-
grants from Western nations. He
said 9'i of the immigrants leave
Israel after the first year and
anothc- 3*3 after the second year.
There were no returnees among
Immigrants from Eastern Europe,
but a small number of Jewish
emigres from the USSR have left
after immigrating here, Mr. Ash-
kenazi said.
Looking pleased with the results of Hillel Community Day
School's building fund and scholarship campaign, whicn
surpassed its S200.000 goal by more than S40.000, ere Dr.
Joel B. Dennis, (left) president of the school who served as
campaign chairman; campaign counsel Joseph Samuels of
Minneapolis, M;nn.. who guided ths efforts of the pledge
solicitors, and Irving Conner (right) who served as "cam-
paign whip."
The Lubel family of Mobile, Ala., have donated an ambnl-
lance to the American Red Magen David for Israel in mem-
ory of their parents, Annie and Harris Lubel. Shown pre-
senting the ambulance keys to Mr. Sidman of Red Magen
David during the annual Lubel reunion here are (left) Reuben
Lubel of San Antonio, Tex., and (right) Manuel Lubel of
Miami.
During a dinner given by the Mizrachi-
Hapoel Hamizrachi of Greater Miami at the
Eden Roc Hotel recently, a delegation from
the Sisterhood of the Cuban Hebrew Congre-
gation presented a $500 check to the Miami
Chapter of Mizrachi towards their Scholar-
ship Fund for needy children in Israel. Pic-
tured from left to right are (seated) Mrs. Bes-
sie Kaplan, Meyer Krone, Mrs. Joseph Mooie
and Eugene Fried; (standing) Mrs. Berta
Srebnick, Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig, Hymen
Kolko, Mrs. Dina Krone, Rabbi I. Friedman,
Mrs. Esther Szapoznik, Mrs. Sol Goldberg,
Mrs. Eugene Fried and Cantor Joseph Moore.

Judge Siegendorf Bids
For County Court Seat
Former Miami City Commis-
sioner Arden M. Siegendorf. who I
has announced his candidacy for
the new Judge's post. Group 3, is
Piesntly Dade Small Claims Court
Judge, a position abolished under
'he constitutional revision recent-
ly enacted.
A graduate of the University
11 Miami and its law school, Judge
'egendorf, 33, was legal counsel
the Dade County delegation to
the Florida House of Represen-
;ves and an assistant attorney j
neral of Florida before being
Hmed to the city commission in
71
Presidents of the 27 groups of the Miami Beach Chapter ot
Hadassah who recently attended a president's indoctrina-
tion session at the chapter office included, from left to right,
(seated) Mmes Nat Barth, David Green, Barnett Baron.
David Reinwald, Molly Lipsky and Louis Stone; (standing)
Mmes. Saul Breeh, Henrietta Fine, Lillian Goodman, Morris
Winawer, Hannah Friedman, Daniel Liftin, Esther Meyer,
Morris Herman, Emanuel Mentz, chapter president. Ray
Kror.ish, Louis Neleber, Shirley Kaine, Samuel Birnbaum,
Irving Zweig, Joseph Schied and Jules Lessem.


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bituanes
LCGAL NOTICE
UGAl NOTICE
MAYERSON
832 N.K.
llernard S.. SB, <>f '.'in Ijenoi Ave..
Miami Beach. He CUM here 30 years
ago from Chicago. A member of
Miumi Federation of Musician* Sur-
vived by his Widow, Sara, and son
; .. 11 ;i I. I A. of Philadelphia. Pn..
brother Hilton of Chicago, two to-
tem, .Mrs. Mildred Meek of South
Miami and Mrs. Sydello Minsey of
Denver. Colo., aleo two granochll-
drcn. Services were hold at the New-
man Funeral Homo. 13.13 Dade Blvd.
lni.rm.nl at I-akcside Memorial
Park,
ZALKA
Albert A., of .Miami Bench, passed
away Thursday. lime '-'2. Came here
4? years ajro from Now York. He
was president and founder of the
Certified Poultry and Egg Corp. of
Miami for 4.". years. A member of
Miami Beach Elks 1-odKo I Ml and
I'.'nai H'rith. Survived by his widow,
Betty, son Saul Zalka of Miami.
daughter, Mrs Bonla Halaah of Den-
ver, Colo, Crandchlldron. l.ori. Ste-
phen, Kohyn Zalka and Alan Malask.
Blst< r Mrs. Prances Rabin a id
brother Nu'hanlal Zalka. both of
Miami Beach. Services were held at
Riverside Memorial Chapel, 182" Al-
ton Kii. Interment in Mt. Nebo
Cemetery.
baltan. uiy, u, s." Ocean Pr.
Mil. Riverside.
EDWARDS. Joseph I... IS, of Mil
Riverside.
friedkin. Jennie, 89. of Ml: Rivi r-
side. Interment Mt. Nebo.
CORDON, Ueorge, Ml, 1440 Ocean Dr.,
M.B. Klasb.ru.
HERZ. Julius, I..TI" N E >lh Avi
Ulasbenr.
JACKSON. Resins. 82. of M B
Riverside
aronson. Rose. :.. 71 N.Y
Ave. Gordon li x
BEKSON. wu-- C Vi
Ml:
CIMALA. ... A>
i|. Mt. M
mainste* Uter. IN '
i
molt: i si M n
v> ers > 204) West Ave.,
Ml lOai
SAMUELS. Rosalind W 80, Of Hay
Harbor islands. Riverside.
adler, Kat, 74. of M it. Riverside.
GOTHELF, Harry, 61. 2495 B.W.
j.'.th Ave. Gordon. Interment Mt.
Sinai.
GRAND. Sidney, of M.B. Riverside.
hochstim, Florence, 78, ..f M.B.
Riverside.
needleman. Herman, 87. 1141 B.W.
:ih Si. Qordon. Interment Mt. Nebo.
ROBIN, Anna. 78, of M.lt. Riverside
Interment Mt. Neb...
SANDLER, Lillian, !'L'. of N.M.I!.
Riverside. Interment Mt. Sinai
TATARSKY. Harry, 58, 3984 S.W
2t>th si. Gordon, intermeiil Mt.
Si.ial.
COHAN. Henry, 7::, of Miami. River-
Ride.
GLICKMAN. Syb.-l. 71. of Ba] Harbor
Islands Riverside.
kim mel. Seymour Larry, ."'. M70
La Core Dr., M.lt. Rlverld.
Interment Mt. Neb...
NEWKIRK. Marilyn. 4.'.. 1028 Collins
Ave M.lt. Riverside.
ravitz. Blmon W.. 7;. of Pembroke
Park, u-viti.
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newman:
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Edward T. Newmon. F.D.
FELDMAN, A. Dai Id,
ninth St. Riverside.
GELB. Harry. 7". 3784) N.K lVlrd St.
Riverside,
GERBER. Ida, (3, llii N.K. 17th St.
BlasberK.
GORDON. Dorothy, (0, Kings T'oint
I>r., N.H.B. Blashcrg.
GROSSMAN, Minnie, SS, 7711 Normao
Ave., M.lt. Biasberir.
LEVIN6. Harry. IS, of Mil. Levitt.
LUBIN, Nathan, 78. ISM Pennsylvania
Ave., MB. Blashcrg.
LUSTIQ, Helen, 7fi, Washington Av.- .
M.lt. Riverside.
MESSER. Jack, 7.-.. lOStl Meridian
Ave.. M.B. Riverside.
neidich. Badle, 7.1, 1200 Ocean Dr..
M.Jl. Blushers.
STEIN. Rose, 7.1. of N.M.B. River-
side.
WEINREB. Marion. 74. of N.M.B.
Riverside.
GOTTLIEB. Martin It.. 74. IMS James
Ave. M.lt, Blash.ii:
LERNER. Alan. :.:. BW1 \V. Flaglor
St. Cordon. Interment Mt. Nebo
LEVINE, Rubin, 7*. of M.lt. River-
side.
NEWMAN. Albert. SS, of Hisoavno
Lake Gardens. N.M.lt. Levitt.
ROBINS, Belle, v-,. S4S Michigan Ave..
M.B. Riverside.
ROGERS. Jacob (Willie), 84, of
Miami. Riverside, Interment
Mt. Nebo.
ROSENBERG. Arnold, of Fort l.nud.r-
dale Levitt.
UGELOW. Abraham, 88, ISSS Collins
Ave., Mi: BlasberK.
WAGENBERG. Max, 7.:. of Roily*.....I
Riverside.
fishman. Stanley s .:. of m B
Riversldi
GOLDSTEIN. Joseph, J$. of M II
Riverside. Interment Mi Sinai
GREENBERG. Irvimr, SS, S7"4 s w
. rid A> Gordon.
JELIN. Jennie. :. of M B Riverside
lutermeni Mt. Nebo,
ROGERS. Mervin S.. ;.">. 7100 S \\
1 :b SI Newman
WEISS. Brward H 7*. ,.f Miami.
liordon.
white. Sidney, 71, 8751 Tan si .
lloll> wood. Gordon.
WOLF. Abraham l, MS Michigan
Ave., M.lt Gordon
SWARTZ. Kathryn. !'. of Miami.
\.w man.
bacher. Florence, 74, of M.B.
Riverside.
CORT. Bessie, 7:.. :,4l Ocean Dr .
M.lt. Blasbers;.
FEINSOD. George, 7:'. of M B.
N w man.
GOLDENBERG. Aaron, 83. of M It
Riverside. Interment mi. N'ebo
jORKIN. Louis s 7.".. 1333 Collins
Ave.. m it Blasbers, Interment
GOULD. Nathan. 78, of M 1!
New man.
handles. Max. go, 3723 Collins
Ave M.B, Blasbers;,
HAUSEMAN. Alma .1 68, [74S Mar-
seille Dr., M.B. Blasbenr
HELFGOTT, Nathaniel I SO 1828
. --St-Ui1", s' N-M.B. Riverside,
LESSNER. Lillian, 7". Oil Euelld
Ave.. M.lt. Cordon
LEVIN. Louis M 81, Of N.M It
Riverside.
LICHTENSTEIN, l.u.i.-. 75, 1865 Tl'ih
si. Causeway, M.B. Riverside
MOFFETT, Lillian, 77, of N.M B
Riverside,
SCHWARTZMAN. Ilvinan, 71 70S
18th St., M.B. Cordon, lni.i nni.nl
Star of David.
SHAPIRO, Evelyn, 77. IMS Euclid
Ave.. M.lt. Riverside.
silvers. William. 7". s:,n Haw-
thorne Av... M 11. Riverside
bacolod. Florence i ouise, S3 of
.Miami. Riverside, lnierm.nl
Mt. Nebo.
botway. gamuel.81, i"sr. Sfth 81 ,
Bay Harbor Islands.
COHEN. Fisher, SO, ISO 78nd Bt
Mi: Cordon
FINK, Harry. 8S, of Miami. Riv.iside
GADAS. U-n.-i, 78, 1334 Ku.li.l Ave
M.B, Riverside.
GOLDSTEIN, Jack, of Laud, idale
lakes. Cordon. Intormeiil Star of
I 'avid.
GROSS. Morris. 84, 8031 S W '7th
Bt. Riverside.
HARRIS, I ouls, 78, 147.-. Collins Avo.
M.lt. Blasberg
NEEDELMAN. Abe, BS Of M It
Riverside, Interment M\ Nebo
PELL. It..-. Kapla-n. ?!', 81 Collins
Ave.. MB. Riverside.
ROTHMAN, Blanche. 71, of Miami
SCHINDER. Meyer. -4. 781 Meridian
Ave. M.B.
KUPFERMAN. Max 74. 8080 Mar.os
Dr Point East Rivi rslde
SLAVIN. Samuel A.. 88, of M.B.
Riverside
WEINSTOCK. Harold 70, 1500 Col-
lins Ave M.B. Itivrsl-b.
barnett, Denise w.. S7, of M.B,
Riverside. Interment Mt, Blnal
GOLDSTEIN. AufTUSta, :. of M.B.
Newman.
LEIBOWITZ. John L. 01, ..f Ital
Harbour Normandy
LIEBERSON. Jewels, 73. 1014 Mi,hi-
ran Av. M.B. Riverside
LUBAR. Sarah. 71. 827 N.K. I28nd
SI. lot. rm< in Ml. Sinai.
STIGLITZ. Si.In. v .1 7". 8521 S.W.
89th T.-r Cordon lni.riii.nl Sun-
of David.
HALL, Pauline C, 75, 10845 Collins
i Ave M.lt ltlasb.rc.
I HERSHKOWITZ. Rol, 88, 1^1 N IV.
82nd Ct., laud, rbill Cordon
LERNER. David, >:. :..... W.si Ave
, M.lt. Riverside.
, NEFT. Saul. ;!. Of Italian.lal.
i lonlon,
SIMON, Henry, M, ..f N .M.lt Riv< r-
sj.le.
SKOLNICK. Inuls, 98, I4fl Sull-
n*ati r l ir Blasbent.
SLATER. Sarah, 88, 171"" \\ Dixie
, Hwv., N..M.B. Blasbenr.
i SPEERT, Sarah. .".", 82010 S W. 124th
Ave Cor.lon. interment Mt. Nebo
I WEISS. Ethel, BS, ..f N.M IV
I zalis. Joel Charles, 73, I7S B W
s"'h Place. Cordon. Interment Mt.
Sinai.
SOLOMON, Morton, :. of M.B.
Riverside.
Goldstein. Hernert, 7v. i. s B
.'nil SI I'.la-b.iu
i blatt. Ruth s 83, formerly of
Miami. Cordon.
FRIED. Isldor, 7'-. 1140 Ocean Dr.,
MH
HOFF. Morris 8J lV'l V.1-: Miami
Qardeni l>r. N.M.B. Cordon.
KROLL. Joseph, of N.M. I! Riverside.
LEBOW. Ben, "9, of N M It
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NO. 72-9337 Crawford
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RIB: The Mnrriano Oi
HI.1AN K1RSCH.
Husband,
and
BARITA KIRSCII.
Wife.
Tt): SARITA KIRSCII
ISSO-lSth Street
Fort Lee. Now Jers.v
TOU ARK NOT1KIKK that a Peti-
tion for Dissolution of MurriaKe has
been entered airainst you. and you
ire required to serve a copy Of your
i answer or pleadinc l" the rVtlttonon
the Petitioner's attorney. JOSKl H
PIHARTOLOMKO. S400 Bird Road.
Miami. Florida SI1C5, and file the
orifftnal answer or pleadinc in the ot-
fii-e of tl.e tMiTk of the above Court
on or liefore July ^sth. 1s7i. If you
fall In do so, judgment by default
will be taken against you for the re-
lief demanded in the Petition. The
relief asked for in the Petition is
dissolution of the marriaite and child
ustody rls-lits.
This Notice shall b. published onre
sack week for four (4> eo.iseeutive
weeks in THE JF.WISH PLORTD1A.N,
DATK.D: June 80, 1978.
K H. I.KATHKRMAN
Clerk, t'ireuit Court
Ity N A. HBWKTT
Denuty Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
(.*'? ,n v T-14
NOT,CE^IRLSvST,T,ous
Friday, June 3C. 171
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAa
NOTICE IS HKKKHY C1VL-.
KK'ri":'KVK.,OHKRNANl>K.^
ids.
Mil
IN
IN
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO FROPERTY)
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-12645
ACilON FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
HE: The mareiaee of:
BARBARA WII.MA MILKS
Wife,
and
RAYMOND EDWARD MTLE8,
Husband.
TO: Rj4.Ya.OXD EDWARD MILKS
29 S.,tain..re Street
I.) no. MassnenUsel i^
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riaire has been filed ejxainsl you and
' .u are required to serve a copy "f
your writ ten defenses, if any, to it
on WILLIAM F JOHX8TOX. attor-
ney for Petltlc.nei. wln.se address is
i...... Southwest Third Avenue, Miami.
F'orida 3311'!'. and rile ih.....iainal
with the elerk ..i ihe ahnvi sty'i
.our) on or before July us. 1878; oth-
erwise a default Will be ,.it,r. .1
afltalnst you for 'lie relief demanded
in the .'..mi.lain- or petition
This notice .-hail be published once
each week for four consecutive weeki
in THE JEWISH l-'l "Rll'IAN.
VYTTXBB8 my band and the seal of
said court .it Miami, Florida on this
l'o day of June. W72.
i: B. i.e.vTHKRM.W.
,\s el, in. Circuit Court
I 'ade County. Florida
Bv N A HEWETT
As Deputv Clerk
(Circuit I .'Ull Sean
WILLIAM P Ji IHX8TON
l:..... bouthwest 8 \venue
Miami, Florlon SS?89
Attorney for Petitioner
H'23-80
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
NO. 72-732
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
DORIS IJVSCIIOW
|Hceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons llav-
inc Claims or Dimands .Vcainst B4Ud
Estate: ,
You are hereby notified and reouireii
to present any la.in- and demands
Mhl.-h vou may have ntrainst the es-
tate of IX)RIS !_\SCHO\V deceased
late of Dade County. Florida, to Ihe
County Judges of Hade County, and
file the same in duniieate and as aro-
vided in Section 733.IB, Florida Stat-
utes, in their offices in the County
IS
day of June. A.D. 1*7::.
Btwene cluskor
As Administrator
First publication of this notice on
the S3 day of June. 1972.
Myers. Kaplan, porter, l.evinson &
K.-nin
Attorney* for Administrator
Suile 304 1160 S.W 1st Sir. i
Miami, Florida
I L3-3" 7 7-14
I Dated at Miami. Florida.
day of June, 1"72.
M ETDA CACRP.F.S
MF.RCKHB8 ROMERO
S/16-23- 7'7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF The"
ELEVENTH JUOICtAL CIRCLIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORID*
CASE NO. 72-12288
NOTICE OF PUBI ICST10N
IN RE: TIIF. MARRIACK OF
MARK S. LONDON.
Petitioner,
and
IRIS LONDON.
Respondent.
TO: IRIS LONDON
!09 Dovoni>hlre I^ine
Haunpauee, l.onft Island, T
TOD, IRIS LONDON, are .T,liy
nolified that a Petition lor Dissolu-
tion of Marriage has been filed HRalnsI
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida', i you. and you are required to -v, .,
wiihin six .alendnr months from the j copy your Anmcr or Pi.;,,i -e ,
time of the first publication hereof, i said Petition for Dissolution of Mnr-
or the same will he barred. >-las-e t,h'"I ,,1. *''','"'"" "... '"ry-
Dated at Miami. Florida, this IS U IN < I {"^T"^ -s ," V'lao-
ler Street. Miami, l-mrida. a-.d f,,
i the original Answer or Plead! ie n.
; the nffiee of the Clerk of Ihe 'rout
Court, on or before tin ;\
July. 1S7L'. If you fail to i'o y judt
men! by .lefault will be taken
i vou for the relief demanded ihe
Petition for Dissolution .,r Marriage
This notice shall he published once
each week for four ennsecuth x-eeka
in THE JEWISH FLORID! \\
I MINE and ORDERED at
Dade County, Florida. Ihis 1'
June, 1072.
K. It. IJ6ATHERMAN, .
circuit C"ui i
By c. P. COPEl \m
Denuty Clerk
(Circuit Court S.-all
IRWIN C CHRISTIE
Attornev for Petltiocer
:'H Vesi l-"lacler Btrvet
Miami. Florida

mi.
,.f
7 7-14
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAUfc COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-3134
In RE: Estate of
HI.ITS HAI.l'UVN
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
fng claims or Demands Against Said
l-'.slate'
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
I which you may have against the es-
tate of .1CI.IIS HAI.PRYN dei-ei.....i
late of Dad.- County, Florida, to the
'"unly Juilges of Dalle County, an.I
file ib. same In duplicate and a.- pro.
elded In Section 788.18, Fl. rlila Statu-
tes, iii their offices in the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from th>
time of ih.- first publication hereof,
or the same will be baned.
Dated at Miami. Florida, tins goth
day ..f June. A.D. 1978,
ERNEST HAI.PRYN
HH.I.ARD HALFRYX
SANl'RA FRIEDMAN
As Execuiorr
I First publication of this notli.....n
the ^':: da\ ot June. ls?2
Myers, Kaplan, Porter, Levlnson
A: Ki-ni'il
Attorney for Cn-Executois
1150 8.W. First Street, Miami, Florida
t 23-SO 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. 72-12427
PETITION FOR ADOPTION
IX RE:
ADOPTION OF I.AKS'iN' DK WAYNE
AND MARCKLLIA DIANNA. both
minors
By: JAMES DELOACH,
their stepfather
TO: MR. LARSON SKI-RANK
STEWART
318 E. is.'.ih Street
Carilena. California 80247
Yor ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an a. lion for Petition for Adop-
tion has been filed nirainat .vou and
you are required to serve o copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it
on DAVID K. STONE. ESQ., attorney
for Petitioner, whoso address N |nl
N.W. 12th Avenue. Miami. Fla, 38128,
and file the original with the clerk
of the Above styled court on or he-
ron July L'f. 1872; otherwise a de-
fault will be enter,>,1 ajmlllsl \ "II for
the relief .1. man.I. J in tin complain!
or petition.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
m THK JEWISH FLORIDIAX.
WITNESS mi band and Ihe seal
"f said court at Miami. Florida "ii
this 18 day of June, 1972.
E l: I.KATHERMAX,
As i 'lerk, i 'ircull Court
Dad.- County. Florida
lt> N. .\. HEWETT
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Da\ id E Stone, Rsa
STONE A: Si'STt'HIN
mi X.W. 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida 88128
Attorney for Petitioner
8 23-80 7 7-14
IN
Palmers
Miami Monument Company
3279 S.W. 8th Street, Miami
444-0921 444-0922
Open Sunday thru Friday
Perseaaliied Memorials Custom
Crafted In Our Own Workshop.
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND f-OR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-3068
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
\l M.\ J HAIVMAX,
Deei ased
To All Creditors and All Porsom. Bav-
ins Claims or Demands AicaliiHt Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have amhisl (he es-
tate of ALMA .1 HAUSMAN deceased
lat. ,.f Dad,- County. Florida, to the
"'.unly .indues of Dade County, and
file the same In duniieate and as pro.
i viiied in Seetion 783.10, Florida Stat-
I utes, in th.ir offices In the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
I within six calendar months from ihe
time of the first publication hereof,
r the xante will be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this liith
day ,,f June. A.D. IMS
Max Hausman
As Executor
First publication of ibis nolli.....n
Ihe L'::r.l das of June 11.7^
DAVID s KI'MBLE
Attorney for Executor
::."." Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, I'la 3318?
1/23-30 7 7-14
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF the
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION 72.1206-
SUIT FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRHOE
IN RE THE MARR1ACE < >K
CI-ARENCEJ STOCKS.
Husband. i
and
EDNA STOCKS,
Wife.
TO: EDNA STOCKS
.-.4 Colgate Road
Coteate, Wisconsin
You EDNA STOCKS, rrbj
notified that a petition foi
lilt loii of Marriage has he flleii
asalnsl you, and you are required '<
serve a copy of your Answer oi r:. u -
IllK to the Petition on th> Pi III
attorney, MAN P KNCKL. KSij. II"
N.W. Ilh Ave'nu-. Suil^ l7-f. Mill.
Florida. S3130 and fib- 111. 'm-i.
Answer or Pleadlns In ihe
the Clerk of the Circuit ''"ii on
liefore the '.'1 day of July, 1972.
you fail to do so, judgment hjr !
fault will ba taken agalnsi u I
the relief demanded in the Peiltln
This notice shall be publish '1 mii..
each week for four conseouilv. weelu
in THE JEWISH FIjORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED Hlsan,
Florida, this ir, day of Jum AB.
IS72
i: R f.EATHBRMAN. Cl.rk,
Circuit curl. Dade County
B) : N, A HEWKT1
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
MAN P KNCKL. ESQ.
Mo" N W l"th Av. 17 C
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
.; ': I '
NOTICE UNDEH
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY 0I\ UN il
the undersigned, desiring to rngag'
huslnesr under ihe flctltloui.
Able Maintenance Repair Service id
:.l" NW .".4 Street. Miami. Florlds In-
tend to register "aid nami with ih*
ci.rk of the Circuit Court of Ds<"
Count). Florida
CHARLES ASHM' Ri:
Howard keeoi.ek
gerai d 8ii.verman
Attorney for Applicant
210 R.,b. its Building
Miami. Florida 33136
G SB
-ii-:i
J!eviH
Jilemorial Cnape
'Jtw/SM I. .!-': DIRfCfORS"
LOCAL AND OUT Of STATS.
AHRANGCMf NTS
947-2790
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-947
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
DAVID SHACK.
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hsv-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 72-11670
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
TO: In re: The M.irri.it;. of
koHBRT EDWARD WILIJAMS,
Husband
and
i BARBARA ANN WILLIAM*
Wife
TO: Barbara Ann Williams
c/o Mrs. Blondtdl M.-I.'
I 813 Farr.ll Drive
Columbia, South Carolina _,.,,
VOU ARE HEREBY N"V,
(hat an action for EHesokiti' '' '
riage has heen filed agnlnsl rm
ynu are required to servi 'W
your wiiit. ii defenses, II '"
U|.ii PA I I. C. BI.I K*K. VI
1J38S W DIXIf HWV. NM
the sain.- in duplicate and as prov.-..
hi Seetion 788.16. Florida Statutes, In
their offices in the County Courthouse
in Dad.- Cunty Florida, within
calendar months rrom the tim
first publication hereof, or il
will be barred.
Dated
das
-i\
f the
same
Ihis
at Miami HTorids
f May, a.d. 1973!.
Alma Btroher
As Administratrix
First publication of tbi. i.,i.....
the 23 .lav ..f June, l78
AIP'M.VITZ. BIIA'ER & ROOTH
Attorneys fur Administratrix
os Alnsley Building
I -:- 10 7 7-14
::<*
ea.b week for four ronseoUllvi
in THK JEWISH KIjOBIDI \n,
WITNEBB my hand and IM"
of said Court, at Miami, Dad. '".,.
Florida on this 7 day of Junt
E 11. I EATHERMAN
.\s Clerk, CireuM ''"
Dad.. County. Florid"
By: c 1 AI.EXANPl.it
as Deputy I'l' rK
." ir, uii Curt Seal)
PAll.c BIOCK
Attorney for Pelltlo
'.....lialeab Drive
llialeah, Florida
Telephone: M7-3.VI1
.. -
_


Friday. June 30, 1972
* Jew 1st tic radian
Page 15-3
Listowsky To Lead
Confirmation Class
Martin Listowsky, youth ilirec-
tor oi Temple Emanu-EI, has been
named to load the Confirmation
I Class of L973 for the Miami Beach
synagogue. His appointment wasj
announced by Dr. [rving Lehrman,
sniritua] lead.':-, and bv Judge
Frederick V Barad. chairman oi
the temple's board oi education.
LEGAL NOTICE
I
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-2719
JOHN R. BLANTON
In RK Kxtate of
NOKI. P HANSON
[), ..med
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn All i i-.'.lii..i iiihI All Persons Hav-
lug Claim* l.l D.-m.,,. It,, Xji,,,! ... s ..,.!
!-.,. I
You in e hen ly notified and r< nu r-
l<; I"'1 in any i luiini- and d< n
"nh h >nu maj have iiKaln
ii ol Mil'.l. p H VNSON .lei
la it- ..I Dadi l'i
Coiim> Judges ..I thiil. ...
'He lli. .mi.......mil ...,,| .,. ,.,..
v bled In Seel Ion 73.1 lli, PI. ridii Still i-
' I I '..ii ii.
novel class structure ''"iiii1h.ii..- In Bade County. P|
'Within vi\ eitlendur month* from 111.
time of Hi.' firm publication hereof
or ilie name ill l,.- barred
Dated nl Miami. Florida, this _.;,|,
has formidated
teenagers to i
ex-
Leaders cf the New American Jewish Social Club gathered
around the birthday cake in celebration of Israel's 24th yeor
of statehood Saturday night at Temple Zion. Pictured from
(left to right) are Leo Singer, president; Max Pulver. vice
president. Rubin Offenbach and Mrs. Offenbach, president
of Sisterhood and organizer for the annual affair on behalf
of the State of Israel.
LEGAL NOTIC*
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-3271
PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
1 RF: Estate ..i
iS.M.lNIi VV. SAMI'KI.S
i >.-. ....-..I.
Tn All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
iiib Claim* or Demand* Against Bald
Kstate:
You are hereby notified nnd reauirad
present nnj claims n'nd demands
uhlch >..u may have against the --
.ii- ..( ROSALIND W. SAMI'KI S de-
..-used lute ..i Dade County, Florida,
i" tlie County Judges of Imde i ouuty.
and file the, same In duplicate and an
provided in Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
CourthoUHe In Dade County, Flor-
la, within six nh/ndnr month* from
ihe linn- of the find publlention here-
iii ih. s.ini. ill be bnrreid.
Dated ;.i .Mi.mii. ri.-ri.i., .in- T
i.iy'ot .iii-i. .\ 11. 1973.
THE MIAMI BEACH
FIRST \A'I|.>\ A I HANK
i<\ Richard V Rad.l
A- Executor
First uublicntlon ..f tlii> nolle.....i
ie :l" SPARSER. ZEMEL. ItOSKIN A
HB1LBRONNEH, I' A
Attorneys for Executor ;
" N. I'-i^. :.> lie Hnulevnri'
Miami, Florid* isisa
i. :>: 7-14-ti
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-666
FRANK B DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
HE: Extate oi
> W.AI.W Hi UTEH,
I >.<.> .1
T.. All Credltnrx and All Pei-son* Hav-
- Claim* or Demand* Against Said
K. uiie:
Vou are hereb> notified nnd required
jires.ni any rlnlmx and demands
"Mich you may ti:i\'. ngni ixt the ex-
'-.ie of KALMAN RiHTKR deceaxed
laie of Dade County, Florida, to the
1. uniy Judge* of Dade County, and
nie ihe sum.- in duplicate and as pro-
iied in Section 733.18, Florida Stat-
in their office* in the County
LEGAL NOTICE
Mr. I.islo\vsK\
i.lans for a
which will allow the
experience "living" Jewish
periences, Judge Barad said.
Reei8trationg are now being ac-
cepted for bovs and girls who will
enter the ninth made in Septemb-
er. The Confirmation Class of
1973, Dr. Lehrman noted, will
pursue its studies during Israel's
year-long celebration of its 25th
anniversary of independence.
lice
LEttriL NOTICE
IN
I'.-i s.-iis H.i\ -
Against Said
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2493
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
MAX SAI.INU
Deceased.
To All Creditor* ruin ai.i
inn 'lainis or I < inandx
Kstate:
Vou nre hereb) notified and required
to present any claim* anil demand*
which you may have against the es-
tate .a .max SAI.I.VU deceaxed late
ol Dade County, Florida, t>. ihe i'..un-
iy Judge* of Dade County, and tile
the xante In duplicate and ux provided
in Section 733.16, Florida Statute*, in
ili.ir office* in ih.- County Courthouse
in I hide County. Florida, within six
calendar month* from Ihe time of
lii-M publication hereof, or the *
u ill I., l.arred
Dated :.t Miami, Florida, this 1st
fln) "i Jim.-. A I > !""
Kurt s.iliim
A* Executor
Hrl publics I..... of nu. .....,.....n
the Ititll dii) ..I June. 1973
Henry Norton
Attorney for Executor
: I". lllHcnyiu llldg Minn,, ki
M I..-::: ::. 7 7
the
time
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2428 (Blanton)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RK: Estate of
STEPHANIE N. ZABIN8K1
ii k ;i ESTKI.I.K N. ZAHINSKI,
I 'creased.
To aii Creditor* ami All Person* Hav-
ing i Inims or Demnnd* Against Said
Extate:
You are hereby notlfled and required
to present any claim* and demand*
which you may have against the ex-
tate of STEPHANIE X. ZAI'.INSKI
a u n F.ST K 1.1.K N ZAUINSKI de-
ceaxed late of Dade County, Florida,
lo ihe County Judge* of bade County,
and file the sum.- in duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.16. Florid*
stniuies. iii their office* in the Count}
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida.
within six calendar month* (mm the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the sam.- will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this L't
day of .May. A.D. 1978.
PATRICIA SSABIN8K1
As Administratrix
Flrl publication of this notice on
lli. :> day of June. 1973.
JERRY A. BURNS
Attorney for Administratrix
"s City National Rank Iiuilding
Miami. Florida ::::i::,i
6/9-16-83-30
day of Mm. A |i 1978
HARVEY BAXTER
A* Rlxecutnr
First nul.li. .. i ii oi ..f hi.
the 'nl, day "f .inn.- 117-
I BAXTER A FRIEDMAN
Ani-in.-vs f.,i Executor
1373 \M-:. |63rd SI
North Miami Bench,
Florida 33168
6'9-16-83-89
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-2705 (Dowling)
In RE: Ksiate ol
I.KO It. UMIMAR. JR.
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Persona Hav-
ing Claim* or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Vou are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claim* and demands
which y..u may have against the es-
tate of 1.1:0 It. MHI.MAR. JR. de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida.
to the County Judge* of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and ;is
provided in Section 7:::!. l. Florida
Statutes, in tlu-ir office* iii the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flo-
rida, within six calendar month* from
the lime of Ihe first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred,
Dated a! Miami. Florida, this fith
day of June A D. 1 ~l-
ETHEI. It. I'MIMAl;
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
ihe 9th day of June, 1H7-
JERRY A. BTTtXB
Attorney for Administratrix
90S City National Bank Buildini:
Miami, Florida 33130
6/9-16-83-3(1
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TMg
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-367T
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN l.-r The llnrrlnge f 1
CARI HI II.I. 1:. llu 1 '
. id
\ N N IH.'. !:, Wife. I *
Ti AN NE (II'IDICE
i'i Vorl Ii I'. in:h St 11 el
II 11 ri-1.11. N. u ji 1
Vl ARE HEItKin VOTTFIEO
II iictlon for I lissolul Ion of M -
be< 11 riled against you and
you ai- I-, nir..I in nerve n vo\ t
your u .-in. 11 ii. fenses, it" any. 1
on Richard 1 Kmop, attorney for Pe-
titioner, whose nddresx is Kwltne) &
5..... I-'" 1 iin : n< id, Miami B. i,
F I1.11 la, and rile ih. nrlKlnnl wl h
Ihe clerk of Ihe nhove Klyled court
>n or before July 12, 1978: others a
1 default will ......in....i ngainat y m
for the relief demanded in the com-
plaint or pet it Ion.
This notice -li ill he published nneo
each week for rur consecutive weeka
In THE JEWISH I'M.1:11.IAN
u itnkss my hand ami Ihe seal of
said court nl Miami. Florida on this
1 day of June. 1978.
E. It. I KATIII'P.MAV.
As Clerk. I'ir.-uit Court
Dade Counii Florida '
By I.. BNEEDEN '
Ax Di-nuty Clerk
(Cirrull Court Seal)
Richard f. Kroop
Kuiln.-y & Kroop
481 I in.-,.In Road "^1
Miami Reach. Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
6'9-16.-SX-3<>
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 71.1475
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
h l:i: Kslnte of
FANNIE SKI.Alt.
Deeeased.
T.. All Creditors ami All Person* Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Su I
Estate:
Vi.u are hereby notified and reejulred
present any claims and il.-mand.i
Dade County. Florida, l*-v: Moses Orundwerg, Attorney
ih,
' "iirthou^
llhin -ix i-.il.-iidar month* from
ne of the fir-i publication hereof,
the sane- will be barred,
Haled at .Miami. Floiida. this 87
1 of June. AH. 1978.
SARA ROITBIt
As Executrix
'irsl publicuth.....f tlii- .....ie- ..11
Ii. M day of June. 1978.
HnvW s. Kumble, Fso
Miortiey for Mxe.-ulrix
' Lincoln Road
Miami ll.ai-h. Florida 13139
>. ;in 7 7-14--1
IN THE CIRCUIT CUUhi OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-11804
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
s RE: The Marriage of
F.I-HANOU S. IVtUCUC,
I'e.titioll.l.
and
I MILS. WOJCfK.
--(-:.- 1 1.1
VOL' F.AIII. S. WOJCIK. Rexpoil-
""at, 95 J>N.irgo Street. HprlngfleM,
Kusk. ARE HEItEHY NOTIFIED
' file your written defettxe 10 this
I'lition J"or Di.-solutioe of Murriaxe
*tth the Court's Clerk and serve n
''opy upon l'.-titi.in.-fs Attorneys, V'ON
f.AMFT i SMITH. 1513 Capital Hank
1:1 JK-, Miami. Florida on or before the
-i day of July. 1!-7l'. else the Petition
"ill be tuken ax confessed.
I>ATKD: June R, t73.
E. B. LEATHKILMAN. CIJ3RK
BY: C. P. COPEI.AXD
Deputy cierk
tl m-ull C0rt Seall
ii ili.83-36 7 7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'!; COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 71-1136
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DSCHARGE
IN RE: Esuu.....'
ABRAHAM 851 III" IFF
Deceased.
NOTICE i- her.-l.y given lhal !
have filed my Final Re|*ort and I
lion for DiMlrlbution and Final Dis-
charge us Kx.euior 01 the estate of
.VKAIIAM ZOItoFF. deceased and
lhal on the 13 day of July. 1!>7L'.
will appl) in Hi. Honorable Count.!
Judges hi Da.i. County, Florida, for
approval Of said Final Reporl and
1.11 distribution and final dischurgv as
Executor ol the .stale of ihe iinove-
n..in..1 decedent. This 13 day ol June,
SA.MiEl. RESNICK, Executor of the
Estate of ABRAHAM ZoROFF,
|l.-ii-;i-.-,|
SIMON, HAYS ti tlRL'XDWERU
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-1560
, In RE: Estate of
.11 ISEPH KM ART
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claim.- in- Demands AgailiHl Said
1 ISstate
You are hereby notified nnd requir-
( nl 1,1 present any claim* and demandx
which you may have ngalnxl the ex-
, ,,i n ISEPH KWART ilei-enxed
late of Dad. county, Florida, to ihe
I County Judges of Dad.- County, and
fil.- the same In duolleale and an nm-
iiii.il in Section 733.16, Florida Statu-
tes, in iheir offices in the County
Courthouse in Dad.- County, Florida,
within six calendar in..nth- from tn,
' lime ..r the rirst publlciltl.
01 ihe name will he barred
Dated at Miami. Florida,
daj of June, AD 1973
I.1I.1.1AN REINER KWART
AS i:\ei Ullix
First publication of this nolle
.11 he
ih
2nd
the ftlh day of .|Un.
HENRY NORTON
Attorney for Execuil
1 |e>, Rlscayne Bldg ,
Miami. Florida
IN
1973,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-2611
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
In RE: Estate of
XtCHl 11.AS AD.IIFV aka
Ni. In.la E. Adllel
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn All Creditor- and All Person* Hav-
ing Claims ,,r Demands Agaluxi Said
C-'al. .
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to presi in any claims and demands
I Which you may hav. ugnmxl the es-
tate of NICHOLAS ADJIEV Akn
I Null..la E. Adji. v d.-.-eased late ol
, Dude County, Florida, to the County
Judge* nl Dad. County, and rile Hie
same in duplicate and a* provided in
Seel..... 73.1.16, Florida Statutes, In
ili.ir office* in Ihe County Courthouse
in Dad. County, Florida, within six
calendar month* from Ihe lime of Ihe
first publication hereof, or ihe same
will be barred
Baled ai Miami. Florida, this 8ml
day ol June. A H. 1978
GERALDFORMAN
A* Administrator
First publication ot this notice nn
on tin- 9th day of June, 1978
, FACNCE, FINK ,\- FORMAN
IS03 Congress Bldg., Miami. 1-';.. 33138
.'loin, 1 for Petitioner
::. I -.-. IT 1
r, 9 -16-8" "i>
which you may have against the .-
late of FANNIE SKI.a I; deceas. 1
late of COOlC County, Illinois, to tl.-
County Judges of Bade County, nnd
file the same in duplicate and .Is pro-
vided in Section 733.IB, Florida Stat-
utes, In their office* in the Chunty
Courthouse in Da.t. County, Florida,
within -ix calendar months from the
time or the first publication hereof,
or the snme ulll be barred.
Dated al M'inil. Florida, lllis I Mil
day of May. AC 1972
Core- J. Talianoit. as Administrator
C.T.A,
First publication of tins notice on
the 16 day of June. 1978.
TAI IANOPF \. it \di:i:
Attorney for Adm t.a.
480 Lincoln Road, Miami 1;
fil, l-'la
f. 16-2:1-311 7 7
IN
Ana
ill! II II -
as) Said
C.9-16-33-36
i:nx Ainsley Building
Miami. Florida 33133
6/16-83-311
NOTICE UNDER
MCTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS lllviti-.m OIVEN thai
the undersigned, de*lrlng to engage in 1
business und.-r the fictitious name of I
COTAI. DEVELOPMENTS at :'3 N.W, I
66t)l Court. Miami, Fla intends to
register said name with the Clerk ot I
ihe Circuit Court >.f Da-.i.- County, I
Florida.
ALFREDO A St'AREZ
Leonard J. Kalisl,
Attorney for applicant
lii-jli dul'oui Building
Miami. Fla.
r 9-1.;..M-in
TIKES ARE
TVERYBODY-S
AISMESS!
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
NO. 72-2S64
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
ESTHER LAMBERT
Decca-sed.
To All Creditors and All Persons Htiv-
Iiik Claims 01 Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified nnd required
to present uny claims and demandx
which you may have against Ihe I--
tale of Esther l-ambert deceased late
of Dade County. Florida, to the Coun-
ty Judges of Dade County, and file
the same in duplicate and as provided
in Section 7::3 16. Florida Statute*, in
I hen offices 11. the County Court-
house tn Dade County, Florida, with-
in xlx calendar months from the time
of the first publication here.if. or the
same will be l.aned.
Dated at Miami. Florida, lln- 18th
day of May. A.D. 1978.
Bernard Bnatskin
A* Executor
First publication of
Ihe V day of .June. I!i7:'.
Malcolm It. Friedman
Attorne) for Bxecutor
8n-> Douglas Road
Coral Cables. Fla.
this noli.. on
1: 9-16-83-36
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1835
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RK: Ksliile Of
WILLIAM A. 8. WHEELER
Deceased,
To All Creditors and All Person* Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are her.-hy notified and required
t,. present any claims and demands
which you may have against ihe es-
tate of WILLIAM A. S. W IIIMM.Kit
deceased late of Dad.- County, Florida. I Hag
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in dunljcalc and its
provided in Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, hi Iheir offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County. Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time ..f the first publication here-
of, or the .-am.- will be harred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 24th
day of .Mav. A D, 197'J.
CHERYL WHF.KI.EIt
As Executrix
First nuhlioation of this notice on
the. '.'nd day of June. 1972.
MARKl'S. WINTER ft SPIT ALE
Attorneys for Executrix
S3SI S.W. 22nd Street
6 S-f-16-33
ATTORNEYS!
ATTENTION
F0K miSSlNGlK SfKViCl
*. lewisli ffrradfor
solicits your legi! notices
We appreciate your pa-
tronage and guarantee ac
curate service at ideal
rates.
Dial 373-4605
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
NO. 72-11415
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
JOYCE LYNN FRENCH.
Wife,
and
CHARLES A FRENCH,
Husband.
To: CHARLES A. FRENCH
s 1 Ayerigg Avenue
I'assaic.Neu J.-rs.-v
YOU ARK HERKKY NOTIFIED
it an action for Dissolution nl Mar-
has been filed aKnin.-t vou and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if nnv, to It
on MICHAEL P. CHASE, attoruey for
Petitioner, whose address Is 1966 s.W.
Third Avenue. Miami, Florida 33139,
and file the original with the clerk of
the above styi.-.l court on or before
July 11. lii"2; otherwise a default will
I,., entered against you for the relief
dm.uided in the complaint or petillon.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four eons-cutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLOItTDlAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said ceurt at Miami. Florida on this
.".th day of June. 1972.
K. it. LEtATHERMAN.
Ax Clerk. Circuit Court
D.ole Count v. Florida
By C. P. COPEI.AND
As Deputy Clerk
l ircull Court Seall
MfCHAI',1. P. CHASE
1966 B.W. Third Avenue
Miami. Florida :'."\S'J
Attorney for Petitioner
6/6-16-88-89
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
UADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2999
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate ..r
VERDA mill KEY
I.....eased.
To All Creditor!* and AI
inn Claim-- or Demand
Estate
You ai-.- hereby notified ami required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of VERDA 1:1111 KEY deeeased
In.....f Bade County, Florid.1. to the
County Judges of Bade County, and
file the same iii duplicate and as pro-
vided i Seeiion 733 If. Florida Stat-
ute*. Ill Ili.ir offices In the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
within six ealeiidar months from the
time of the first publlention hereof, or
ih. snme w ill I.,- barred.
Dat.-.l al Miami. Florida
day ot June, A D. 1978.
Rosa lt-.ltriee Hudi
As Kx.-eutrix
First publication ..f thli
the ::: ilnv or June. 1978.
OROVER WEIN8TEIN A RTAt'BER
P. A.
By: Sherwln Stnubnr
Attorney for Estate of Verdn Ruth
K. y
K11 Lincoln Road, Miami Ream.
Florida
6 83-Sn 7 7-11
ilii- l.-.ih
.lice on
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
ihe undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under Ihe fictitious name of
LINCOLN .MAIL APARTMENTS at
1616 Lenox Avenue. Miami Beach,
Florida Intends to register said name
with the Cl.-i-k of ih. Circuit Curt .,f
Dade County. Florida.
Lincoln Mall Apartments, Inc.
Daniel Retter, Require
Attorney for
Lincoln Mall Apartments, inc.
6/3" 7 7-14-81
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in husin.-ss und.r the fictitious names
of
OALEN TRAVEL
A AAARTIIFR CRIISK CENTER
at 8076 N.K. 805th 81 North Miami
Beat h, Fla, intends to register said
nam.-s with Ihe Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dad. County. Florida.
MAN INK OALEN
6/8-6-I6-8J
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
OAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2252
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RK: Estate of
HOLLIE N KIKR
lie.-eased
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Cluinis or Demands Against Sunl
Bstate:
You are hereby notiiiea and required
to prexent any claim* nnd derail.nix
wlibth ydti may hav.- gainst me es-
tate of MOI.IJK N. KIEIt deceased
ate ..f Dade County, Florida, to the
?untt ""* "f Iade County, and
file th.- same In duplicate and as
provided in Section 7M.it;. Florida
Statutes, in their office* in the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dad.- County Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
ihe tune of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred
Dai.d at .Miami. Florida, this 2nd
day of June. A.D. 1978.
BENJAMIN ROCHLIN
BERNARD DITCH
As Bxecutor*
First publication of tins notioe on
the 16 day of June, 1978.
Kommel, Rogers, '.orber Sh.nkm.1t1
Attorneys for Executors
680 Lincoln Rd Alia Beach. Fin
D 16-83-30 7/t


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Friday. Junn 30. 1972
TOP U.S. CHOICE WESTERN
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TUESDAY
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SAVE 7c GOIDEN GRAIN
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TOP QUALITY SANTA ROSA SWEET ^^ ^^.
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C>ohua Sfredatt!
COPELAND'S ALL MEAT
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LIMIT 2 PKGS. EITHER BRAND PLEASE AMERICAN KOSHEK
WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF 7 OR MORE.
EXCLUDING CIGARETTES.
SAVE UP TO 30' ON 2 PKGS. ^
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tAMKS or KNOCKS > Wj
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