The Jewish Floridian

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

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

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

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University of Florida
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"(Jewish Floralian
Combining THf JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
I /clume 45 Number 27
Miami, Florida Friday, July 7, 1972
Two Sections Price 20 cents
THREATENS AIRPORTS SERVICING EL AL PLANES
[k j- y-. -- July's Phon-A-Thon Expected To
ivnonymous Message Demands Bri.,p campaign to Record ci<*e
Release Of Kozo Okamoto
By Speetai it<-i>ort
GENEVA A message was
ciive.l by the International
ir Transport Association this
eek at its headquarters here,
arning that mass reprisals
lulii be made against airports
rvicing El Al Israel planes un-
ss Kozo Okamoto, the sole sur-
vor of the three terrorists who
irried out the Lod Airport
assacre May 30, is released.
The anonymous message aiso
manded that Israel return the
oney paid by Japan in com-
nsation to the victims, pay the
N. S4 million for aid to under-
jveloped countries, that it with-
raw from occupied Arab terri-
ries. and that U.N. Secretary
General Kurt Waldheim appear
on television agreeing to the
demands.
"If these demands are not
met," the message said, "open
war will lie waged against Jew-
ish industries, with El Al, the
Israeli airline, being a prime
target."
Israel replied that it "refuses
to be frightened." Reports from
Lod airport said there was no
unusual activity visible after the
threat was made public, and an
El Al spokesman said security
measures had not been changed
or increased because they were
already maximal.
"Those who allow themselves
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News Briefs
sraelis Face Electric Bill Hike
JERUSALEM (TA) Israelis face a 57< hike in their electric
lills next month. A ministerial committee decided Sunday to raise
he rates of the state-owned electric company to meet rising fuel
ni labor costs. Israel's electric plants operate entirely on fossil
uels because of the lack of water power in the country, which tips
osts.
[hitch Officials Consider Armed Guards
AMSTERDAM (JTA1 The Secretary of the Dutch Ministry
l>f Communications has confirmed that the Dutch government is
Considering staffing its most "threatened" airplanes with security
Luards who will be armed with pistols, equipped with explosive
jhim-dum bullets, "since any other kind of bullets could perforate
he Diane's body." The use of dum-dum bullets was forbid:'on dur-
ng World War I and still is proscribed by many international
gieements, including the Geneva Convention.
ienocide Convention To Be Up For Vote
LOS ANGELES (JTA Delegates to the annual plenary of
he National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council were
told that the genocide convention, shelved by the U.S. Senate for
;r. fn than 23 years, wiil be up for a floor vote this fall and ratifi-
cation is considered likely. The speaker, David Blumberg. president
lot" B'nai B'rith, told the session that he had been informed 'hat
1 Senate majority leader Mike Mansfield is "favorably disposed" to-
[ wards bringing up the long-stalled measure during the current
(Congressional session.
Rep. Bingham Aids Orthodox Group
WASHINGTON (JTA)Rep. Jonathan Bingham (D.-N.Y.).
jhas introduced legislation to bar a decision by the U.S. Department
[of Agriculture which would deny an exemption to an Orthodox
Ifewish group from a federal statute regarding feather removal and
Tooling and chilling requirements for dressed poultry- In present-
ing his bill. Rep. Bingham criticized the department for its "insen-
litivity to the needs of the Orthodox Jewish community." Without
in exemption, Rep. Bingham said, Orthodox Jews will not be able
to buy poultry in conformity with Jewish dietary laws. He described
[he department's pending ruling as "an intolerable breach of free-
forr) of religion."
Lnti-Semitic Play Written By Jews
BUENOS AIRES "(JTA)A play with serious anti-Semitic
^plications, written by two Jews and staged by two others, ha?
roused a storm of controversy here. Titled "Jew or Innocent," it is
ring performed by the "Xirgu" Theater. The critic of La-Prensa.
ne of Argentina's leading newspapers, called it "a rapid training
j)ur*e in anti-Semitism." As the title implies, the play presents a
[ctitious courtroom proceeding in which the prosecutor accuse*
lews of being God-killers, usurers and racists. The case for the
.rosecution" lasts three times as long as the "defense." and the
nes given the "defense" attorney are weak and apologetic, accord-
kg to persons who have seen the play.
A major Phon-A-Thon will be conducted at the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation over the next three weeks to bring 'he
1972 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign
to a record-breaking close.
"We have topped the S9 million," said Harry A. (Hnp)
Levy, 1972 campaign chairman, "making this our mast success-
ful campaign in history. We feel that our goal of Sll million is
both realistic and at hand," he added.
*
Members of Federation's Leadership Cabinet of 109 aro
being askecv to donate several hours of their time each day from
9 a.m. to 8 p.m. in the Federation building (4200 Biscayne Blvd)
to contact members of the community who made a pledge to
last year's campaign, but have not yet made a pledge to the 1972
effort.
"There are 3.000 people who will receive calls in the next
three weeks." Mr. Levy continued. "These 3.000 gifts represented
over S2 million in the 1971 campaign." he said.
' People are dependent on our ability to mobilize our Jewish
community leaders to help keep the promise the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation mail' to Jews in Miami and around the world."
said Robert Russell, Federation president.
"We promised to do more than hold-the-line on the social
service programs of our beneficiary agencies. We promised to
expand and innovate until the need was met," he said.
"The people of this town believe us when we make a prom-
ise. The promise is simply that all Jews will care for one another
in need," Russell added.
A similar Phon-A-Thon held early in June proved to be very
successful, Mr. Levy reported. "The enthusiasm and progress of
the particpants was visible on a bar-graph in the Phon-A-Tlior.
room. We plan a similar graph for the July Phon-A-Thon h1.
added.
mm....
i
New Crisis Looming Over Bills
Involving Religious Status Quo
to be frightened are inviting
disaster on international air
links," said Transport Minister
Shimon Perez in Tel Aviv.
British airline* reported that
they had lieen urged by the
IATA to take the threat seri-
ously. "The message." an IATA
spokesman said, "is assumed to
be aeeurate."
Meanwhile, it was reported
that the "kamikaze" gunman
had promised to cooperate fully
with his Israeli defense attorney
when he goes on trial, and even
offered to give him a power of
attorney in order to avert pos-
sible procedural difficulties at
the outset. But his lawyer pre-
fers to act as the "nominee of
the court."
Owing to its composition, the
military tribunal hearing the
case cannot impose the death
penalty, and the Japanese pris-
oner reportedly said he would
have preferred being tried in
Japan, which has capital punish-
ment, but he was agreeable and
said he wanted nothing to stand
in the way of a swift trial.
Preparations for the trial, to
be held at an as-yet undisclosed
military base, are expected to
take another two weeks.
JERUSALEM (JTA) Pros-
pects of a government crisis
that might force new elections
emerged this week over the
planned introduction of two bills
in the Knesset- both of whieh
are opixised by Premier Golda
Meir's Labor Alignment and
both of which she labeled in ad-
vance as involving violations of
the government coalition agree-
ment
One is the previously debated
private member's bill proposed
by Gideon Hausner for his In-
dependent Liberal party, which
would introduce a limited form
of civil marriage, now barred in
Israel. While Mrs. Meir's coali-
tion has the votes to defeat the
measure, she announced that if
Mapam (the leftist member of
the alignment) supports it, as it
has threatened to do, she would
consider it a coalition agree-
ment violation and resign.
The newest problem, which
led to a special session of Labor
alignment Ministers Sunday, is
the possibility that the National
Religious Party on which the
Labor Alignment relies for a
majoritymay vote against the
government on the "Who is a
Jew?" issue later this week.
That issue is slated to come
before the Knesset in the form
of a private members bill to be
presented by the Orthodox Agu-
dat Israel's Shlomo Lorincz. The
bill would seek to amend Israel's
Law of Return by specifying
that prospective immigrants
converted to Judaism must be
converted in accordance with
Jewish religious law (Halaihai,
an element of the present law
which is not specific.
The NRP is split on the
Lorincz bill. Party leaders want
to settle for an absent ion in
the vote on the measure, initially
slated for introduction Wednes-
day. NRP officials based that
strategy on the hope that it
would be acceptable to the
Labor Alignment which had in-
dicated it was prepared to allow
Mapam to abstain on the Haus-
ner measure.
But younger NRi* element*
want the party to vote for the
amendment, partly because the
NRP has been under severe
pressure from Orthodox ele-
ments in Israel and abroad who
want the Lorincz amendment
made law.
Acting Premier Yigal Allon
said the Labor party would see
Continued On Cage 9-A
Jewish Facilities
Damaged By Floods
NEW YORK (JTA) Jew-
ish organizations, centers and
individuals were rallying this
week to aid synagogues and Jew-
ish businesses "wiped out" in
Harrisburg and Wilkes-Barre.
Pa., by the floods in the wake of
tropical storm Agnes. Reports
reaching Jewish organizations
here tokf of considerable dam-
age to Jewish facilities.
A JTA telephone survey of
the stricken areas could not
reach the hardest-hit communi-
ties because communications
were out. One synagogue said to
have had most or all of its pos-
sessions washed away is Keshcr
Israel Congregation in Harris-
burg.
Other synagogues seriously
damaged, according to Rabbi
Henry Siegman, executive vice
president of the Synagogue
Council of America, arc Congre-
gation Ohav Zedek and Temple
Israel in Wilkes-Barre. Temple
Beth-El in Harrisburg. The
SCA is asking synagogues across
the country to send prayer books
and articrafts to these ami other
badly hit temples.
Rabbi Siegman reported that
"very extensive damage" had
been caused to the Jewish ceme-
tery and to the United Hebrew
Institute Ben Zion Academy in
Wilkes-Barre. He said the SCA
was in contact with the Office
of Emergency Planning in Wash-
Continued vn Page 10-A


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Children Of Local Leaders
ake Part In UJA Mission
Bit- children ol two families
ling |i ad rehiu In the Greater
lini Jewish Fi'di'iiiiion and it
Combined Jewtafr Amnen\-
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xi li.-ii alin-' mi h United rw-
Vfqieal Student Study Mission
Unufl
pnugii Silbi r nan, a stu 'i 'i! a*
University ol South Florida.
|l Jefl Trinz, who attends hos-
University, are on the tour
B'"h w il taKe them lo Munich.
tnnn, Rome and Israel.
K'hilc in Munich the s( u leni -
I. study ilir rise and fall '
ii' rj in Vi. nna they i'l study
am* of the Joint Di>trirm-
I Committee which re-cm- Jew*
Hi ml the Iron Curtain. In It unc
rtliro (Ii I ilippi.
'pera (,nild Head
1 >r. Art urn di Fil |>i, roun I"" o!
Opora Guild of Grentei Ml>vm
th" !>!*--<'! awaj las) .> !< hte
hi ii i illness, fo inr! I the oi ua-
xaiion in 1941, and -n ii piow
>ni! a budai i n! si 'J^ni aniviallv
i i nlj $500,000.
i >r. 'Ii Filippi, 78, is Is .'. i'luw. Lee, and Mr*. C.'lin
lumlis, .i s'ster-in-lAW, who hns
in ticket chairman i ici
f1 ii !> Inception.
'' lairman ol the Univei '< nt
lia i'i'- \ old depai In* nl
oundeil the Opera Guild D
i Hliiip lil I iro-
Ii in- foi I he i i -i four j .ir<
did assumed ns full-time rli.w-
ll'MI 111 I'l!"
Humphrey Urges That U.N.
[Consider Syrian Jew Issue
Ren Huh it Humphrey of Min-
Jui'-iiiii ha; called upon Pre-
INixnn lo luinq the issue of Syrian
iJew > and Hi porsec-irtion of f*w-
-h iM'opfe in forei'/n land* (Wore
I Hie United Nations.
The former Vice Pi esident m '
ciintender for the I") moerati?
Pai > i' esideniial nomination
iln- jeni' is honorary chairman ol '
i'ic Committee ror the Reseui ol
Svrian J i\t\ ,
National Hebrew
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inn in Isiael.
In each country, the 53 in
d< ni.-; (drawn from university com-
munities throughout the United
States! ill meet with governm 'ii!
leaders leaders and university -in-
dents.
.Mis- Silberman Is the dan n -i
nf Mr. and Mrs. Morton Sliber-
man. Mr, Silberman is a vice pi-.'si-
dent nl the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, chairman of its Bud-
gel Committee, and a former
ehaii man of the Community Rela-
tions Committee. Mrs. Silberman
is Women's Division chairman <>-
"Operation Israel 1973.'
Jell Trin/ is tin- son of Mr. and
Mis. Howard J. Trin/. Mr, Trinz
the former chairman of Fe.1 ra-
tion's Yimiiu Leadership Caiine'
an iis Planning Committe on
Services lo College Youth, is row
as., aie secretary ol the Grenti r
Miami Jewish Federation and a
mi mil' r ol the Budgi i Study Com-
mittee on Leisure Time and t'ul-
tural Si 11 Ices. Mrs, Ti Inz i- '
niemlier of the Women's DIvImoh
South Dadc Area Board.
Bnai BVith Joins
In Stamp Tribute
A first-day cover foi an 8-cenl
commemorative stamp ol Ih co-
lonial silversmith that the Postal
Sei>ice issue this week was of-
feivd by the B'nai B'rith Philai.'lic
Service,
The cover, memorializing Myei
Myers, the first Jewish silver-
smith in America, features i re-
production ol the Torah nil
jrnaments which Myers created
in the late 18th centur> for Con-
gregation Shearith Irael In N'ev
Vork, the nation's oldest syna-
gogue
Mr. Myers was n contemporary
ol Paul Rewre, the most prnni-
neiit silversmith of the Coloiia!
era. His Judaic ritual works were!
crafted for a number of early con- j
(rogations, His silver coffee urns
and tea sets were commission <1 bj
some of the country's most dis-
tinguished families of that era.
Citrus Handicap Saturday
Three-year-olds will race 1-! li>
miles in Saturday's $10,000 added
Citrus Hai di 'n i al Calder R i <
Course. The North Miami thor-
oughbred track will offer 1 races
on the weeken I pro-ram with the
standard summer post tin ol
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are an important part of the Home's operating
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Won't you help the Home today by contributing
items for resale at the Thrift Shop?
Do you have furniture, appliances, bedding,
cameras, clothing, sporting goods or any other
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Do you know someone, a friend or a neighbor,
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Binder, Shaw Elected
Chairmen Of Academy
B. I. Binder, Miami I'.rach ics-i
taurateur and religious leader, lias
been elected chaiiTnan of the board
Both Mr. Shaw and Mr. .Sha-
piro will work with Louis Mer-
witzor, honorary life president and
general campaign chairman, ,n ,i
drive to complete the Hebrew
Academy's new junior and senior
high school building.
The drive is still more than
$-!0a,OOD short of a goal of $1.1
million, according to Mr. Binder.
More than $.502,;i(X) in cash has
been collected on pledges, with ar
additional $230,0^0 need .' immedi-
ately to enable the structure's
completion in time for the 197:.'-7.1
academic year.
When you flip
the switch in 1976
will Ihe lights come on ?
UJeVe spending almost
$1 million a day to
help make sure.
UUe can't afford not to.
HfRMAN SHAW
B. /. BINDER
of the Greater Miami H l>vw
Academy. He succeeds I^-onard
Rosen, who has mo\ed from I"or-
Mr. Rind.'i served for ei ;hl
years as president ol the Hebrew
Academy, and 10 years ;v;o was
elected honorary life president <>'
the Miam Beach school. He is hon-
orary vice presi enl of Tcr.plc
Emanu-El, and has been in ihe
forefront of numerous philantl to- .
pic and community organizations.'
I. H. Abrams, a Miami I' i '
business executive and real estate
investor, was elected associate
chairman of the board. Both i.ien
will work closely with Irving ;'ir-
tel, president, and Rabbi Air-van-j
dcr S. Gross, principal, in a nvijor
expansion program of the lie i".
Academy.
Herman L. Shaw, past mi.si-
dent of Temple Ner Tarn id. ea-
elected chairman of the executiv.'
committee. Mr. Shaw, who .'.as
honored during the past sun: >ier
by the Hebrew Academy, Yes.iivp
University and State of Israel
Bonds, is a fellow of Rrandeis lini-
versity and a pacesetter of th<'
United Jewish Appeal's national
campaign.
Oscar Schapiro, an officer of
Kneseth Israel Congregation and
a top leader of Israel Bonds, was
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executive committee. He is a lead-
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published every Fndjy since 1927 by The Jeiv.sh Flondian
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>ocrisy Undermines U.N. Status
}y now there is little news in a Security Council con-
nation of Israel for reacting against Arab terrorist
Iks from the territory of bordering nations which give
Ituary to the attackers and then protest their "ir.no-
i." There is the usual Arab-Communist alliance which
ids the "right" of the terrorists to kill and maim Is-
3. Joined with the European nations who see no further
their oil and other commercial interests while pro
ling a desire for pecce in the Middle East, the majority
I is a foregone conclusion.
IThe hypocrisy evident in these anti-Israel resolutions
pnues to undermine the status of the United Nations
effective body. It will continue to remain ineffective
sttling the problems which beset the world as long as
ssents the kind of image which selects for condemna-
only the aggression it charges against Israel and
res that which brought about the reaction.
lilemma We'll Have To Live With
I American Jewish leaders are challenging the attempts
I the federal government, and some state and local
ies, to establish employment quotas based on sex and
i. They view this new drive on behalf of women and
|ain ethnic minorities, called "affirmative action" to
ige patterns of discrimination, as a kind of reverse
:rimination against Jews and minorities other than
cks and Spanish-speaking Americans.
Particular objection is made to questionnaires which
to find out the sex and racial origin of personnel and
here that the protestors are vulnerable. It was not 'oo
ly years ago that Jewish organizations used quite
^ilar statistical studies by the government to uncover
crimination against Jews in private and public employ-
it and to focus a spotlight on a serious problem.
There is no doubt that in cities with large Jewish popu-
Jons, such as New York, what has been described in
past as a routine civil rights tool is cause for a Jewish
^cry. But while we object to not being included among
aerica's minorities most of America particularly the
^cks and browns sees us as part of the favored estab
lent. It is a dilemma which apparently, we are going
lhave to live with while our society is in the process of
Adjustment.
MATTER OF FACT
w^shiSgton. -wSc.l.
George""McGoVern is using Son.
Abraham Ribicoff, full time, to
try to avert a major defection 'iy
Jewish-American voters from
the Democratic Party.
SEN. RIBICOFF, whose job
is to meet with Jewish leaders
ision Of Weizmann Needed
The vision of Chaim Weizmann, many believe, is
ied more than ever today in Israel and the world of
y outside the Middle East as the debate continues as
[whether diaspora Jews must either assimilate or ao to
liel.
British writer Richard Crossman, biographer of tha
I Zionist leader, suggests that Israel's survival requires
I strong, liberal and understanding world Jewry to tell
Israelis when they go wrong. At the same time, he
warned, the diaspora needs an Israel which regards
erf as part of that world Jewry or it will become just
Dther Levantine state.
The last World Zionist Congress pointed up the pos-
^ility of the latter taking place as militant young Israelis
illenged American leaders and those from other coun-
ts to make aliyah or retire from the Zionist scene. Their
jure to understand as do their elders that at this
lint in history Israel's survival depends also upon a
sng, healthy American Jewry is a problem which must
i met honestly now before it becomes a more serious one.
in key states, explains that Sen.
McGovern certainly "had a lot
to learn about Israel," and prom-
ises that he is indeed 'learning"
Participants in the meeting
report that Sen. Rrbicoff has
been having a rough time. And
no wonder' On different OCCa-
JJ5J555JT ivwrow^U
by JOSEPH AtSOP
sions Sen. McGovern has come
out for the internationalization
of Jerusalem; he has equivocated
on the provision of Phantoms
for Israel; and he has done other
things along the same line.
IX ALL THIS, Sen. McGovern
has merely reflected the New
Left. anti-Israeli views of a fair
number of leader? of his orga-
nization. Richard Stearns, for
example, is the McGovern man-
ager for all the nonprimary
states. As such, Mr. Stearns
has certainly earned his kc-p.
At the time of the Six-Diy
War, however, Mr. Stearns was
also the signer of a couple of
the standard, oily anti-Israel
appeals that in those days unit"d
Arabs, professional Arabists,
New Leftists and oil investors.
Other such cases could be men-
tioned.
THE CONCERN about the
Jewish vote in the McGovern
high command centers on Is-
rael, therefore. This is hardly
surprising. Everything that Am-
Dassador Yitzhak Rabin is ru-
mored to have said about Presi-
dent Nixon and American poli-
tics has in fact been said wltn
far more picturesque emphasis
by Prime Minister Golda Meir.
Consequently, Sen. McGovern
has been swallowing his former
New Left-tending pronounce-
ments on the Middle East with
eager haste. The only thing he
cannot do, in this line, is to show
Prime Minister Meir, or any
thinking Jewish-American, for
Continued on Page 12-A
COMMENT
t>v edward mm
The dinosaurs, you will recall,
were gigantic monsters who
dominated the world many,
many years ago. They died out
oecause they could not adapt to
changes that took place in the
earth's structure (evidence is
clear that they had exceedingly
small brains).
For some reason, I find the
resemblance between present-
day politicians and the extinct
dinosaurs a very striking one
and the process leading up to
the Democratic National Con-
vention here next week an apt
illustration of the analogy.
THE MOVEMENT to stop
the nomination of Sen. George
McGovern is only an accelera-
tion of the death throes of the
small-minded politicos. Even if
McGovern is prevented from
winning what he seems to have
earned, the end is near, rot
even postponed.
At best, an exciting television
show will be provided in place
of what promised to be a fairly
dull one. The Democratic party
as we have known it for the past
century will in any event be
either destroyed by the dino-
saurs who could not adapt or
changed by the new breed which
has shown the way political life
must be in this latter part of
the 20th century.
IT IS ironic that what the oid-
line party hacks, aided and
abetted by the old-line labor
hacks, are resisting is not ro
much revolution but a re'urn
to the old poltical values and
tactics which made them strong
many moons ago.
The new party structure en-
visioned by the McGovern peo-
ple would greatly enlarge the
iole of grassroots Democrats and
minority groups in party affairs,
an ideal at one time embraced
with such great success by the
legendary party bosses. As
Franklin Roosevelt did 40 years
ago, McGovern is putting to-
gether a new coalition of tno
haves and have-nots.
AS A Congressman from Illi-
nois (where else?) bitterly told
it last week, in leading the fight
against reform: "All this pro-
posed plan emphasis is repre-
sentation bv women, the young
people, black people and Span-
ish-speaking people and I tell
you t'-ey can't win this electim
alone."
Well, without granting the
complete accuracy of the group-
ing, this in fact is what McGov-
ern has been doing since last
March. It is no credit and
maybe just proof of dinosaur-
size brains that the run-of-
the-mill American politician s'ill
fails to recognize what has been
taking place in this country.
LIKE THE French generals
who tried to fight World War
II with the previous war's Ma-
ginot line, the 1972 politician
rested his case on television,
polls and image-making tne
campaigns of the '60s and
totally forgot what he once
knew: that all power lies with
the people. Either that, or he
may have been frightened bv
the fact that it did and honM
by ignoring reality it would go
away.
Even greater culprits. I mi-*ht
say. are the people who write
n"d Interpret the news for us.
There were few, if any, who
either recognized or sensed what
was taking place as the McGov-
ern campaign unfolded. Add
Nick the Greek, who offered 40-
1 odds against a McGovern nom-
ination, and you realize the state
we're in utter media inco.n-
petency when it comes to politi-
cal writing.
I WAS brought up on old-
line politics which was. in opera-
tion, simplicity itself. Winning
elections was based not only on
good candidates and good Issues
but on getting good votes to the
polls. For the latter, willing
party workers were needed to
ring door bells and make tele-
phone calls to identify those
votes and, on election day, to
make certain they got to the
polls. We were Irish, Jewish,
Italian and blacks, mostly, in
those days, and we did not ig-
nore ethnic pride and' interest.
That's ABC politics, not the
politics of high-priced public re-
lations men or media manipula-
tors, and the McGovern cam-
paign was built on that old and
neglected idea. Of course, there's
more to it than that.
BUT MIX the average man's
alienation from present-day pol-
itics (represented by Humphivy.
Muskie, Jackson and the labor
bosses) and the ability of Mc-
Govern to attract an amazing
number of dedicated', volunteer
workers the estimate runs to
half a million and the results
were the astonishing victories
that rolled across the country as
the grassroots caught fire.
There will be many maneu-
vers to stop th* world from
changing during the convention.
The onlv lasting effect will be
to let the dinosaurs drop off
while a new and. I hope, health-
ier breed that has adapted to
our changing times takes over.
1
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rew departments. Her appomt-
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Frederick N. Barad, chairman of
Temple Emanu-El"s school board,
nil by Dr. Irving Lehrman. rabbi
the conereeation for 29 years.
Dr. Lehrman, in whose honor
school is named, personally
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ae Perlstein continues as prin-
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Jacob Hiatt Institute of Branreis
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erslty and a B.A. degree from
lunter College.
I A reading laboratory, sponsored
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pill receive special attention from
Irs, Ditchek and Mrs. Laura Ante,
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PART I OF A FIVF.-PART SERIFS by Max terrier
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I^BciI as we nre for the inal
phase of the election contest,
thic may he a good time to ;i-!<
what lias 11 I; >: 'in lution and strike us trial halance.
T1IKKK ARE hroa ,'ly two
COAtra-lim; thi'oiies. One is lhai
all tlie chaos of changes a.I '.%
up to a 11~i 11. _;i atinn of Amer-
ica, not immediately but before
the en.l ol tin- century its ii-
orgies run down, Ms values cor-
rupted, n- unity -jilil. il- will
to ur\ i\e -u nied.
I take I lii- \ lew of Aniei ill
decline 'rioiisly, and I tried to
deal with it in a series of mii-
clea la-1 vi'iir ("Is Am a
DoDMed.'" i. But I am not -cn-
vinced. The events of the in'-.-i--
vening > the campus, the slowing i, wn
of the black ivvolt. the quioicr
atmoB]iIii'M' in the courtrooms.
the new climate in the relations
with China and Russia, the c-
tivism ol the young inside the
party system, the sense of now
political stirrings -- hive con-
firmed my skepticism about tile
disintegration theories.
THK OTHKR theory is thai
America is uoing through con-
vulsive, dislocating changes
which lead to many discontents.
that the civilization may well
fall Victim to those changes and
discontents, but thai there i- a
good chance it will survive them
and em-rge a stronger rather
than a weaker civ ili/ation.
I Can't prove Ibis view, nor do
I discount the opposite one. My
trial ba'.ance i- firmer Iban in
1971 oi li'TO. There is a law of
aecMeiaiion and deceleration in
histoiv. which we understand
only vciv murkily. Social .old
cultural changes seem to sjieed
up suddenly, then slow down,
but it take- considerable nn'ii-
gance i" in- -me you know t:ie
soufces of either process.
FOK EXAMPLE. L.B.J.s es-
calation of the war violence
brought on violent antiwar iem-
onstralioiis and al.-o helped the
hard-con revolutionaries. Rut
while Pic-idont Nixon conti iocs
the war e-calation. the revived
antiwar protest which followed
Bnining operation has ditld
The mined harbors itay
more bridges, rail lines
Industrial sites are bombed,
J the efforts in America to
Ik the power structure lan-
le must seek the reasons in
the governing facts ol" the life
of the young. American sold,, is
continue to be withdrawn, the
draft's Impact is light, the prob-
lem of jobs and careers is n il.
These felt subjective factor;
more than the condition of the
war itself evidently govern
thr actions of the students.
SOMETHING of the same
sort holds for the black aid
(ither ethnic rebellions. The ad-
ministration policies have dis-
mayed many blacks and the ur-
ban programs have largely i'in
out of money and steam. Yet
the mass support for militant
movements, whether of the
Black Panthers or the B'.ick
Student Unions, has all but van-
ished. No separate political black
parly has emerged, nor do s a
separate black state get talked
about.
The clue to the cm rent mood
lies in the consciousness of t ie
large mass of th.- blacks, which
Is reflected on the campus as
well. They feel surer of them-
selves, prouder of their skin and
identity, more confident 'I'.at
they can make gains as a people
and that they can be hammer
as well a- anvil in the years
ahead,
WHILE THE power phases of
the revolution white and
black alike have slowed down,
the cultural phases continue.
The explosions of Ideas continue
in the new books, especially in
the social sciences. Experiments
in education are moving faster.
not slower. The revolution- In
language continue, sometimes
debasing, sometimes enriching
it. The drug revolution keeps
shifting its emphasis, but the
diug mystique still shows
strength. There is turmoil in re-
ligion, both inside and outside
the churches.
In the arts, the breaking of Old
forms spares no area films,
painting, architecture, the experi-
mental theater. The erotic revo-
lution, which no longer needs to
show its muscle in pornograohy,
has reached into the actual lives
and shifting codes of people
not only the young but the older
people, too. The women's revo-
lution gathers strength; so do
the new forms of open and group
marriage anc". of diverse partner*
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control of population growth.
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Je*1stfkrMter
Friday, July 7, 1972
12 DAYS ABROAD WITH PRESIDENT NIXON
'All Is
Reporter
Rv JOSEPH I'Ol.AKOli'
Chief ITA Washington Bureau
(Second <>f two articles)
WASHINGTON On the only
rriday night that Presidenl
lixon was in Moscow, the Jew-
sh Telegraphic Agency's corre-
spondent covering the summit
conference visited the Soviet
feapital's principal synagogue 'or
the Sabbath service and to h~ar
from Russian Jews who attend
religious rites how they -lew
their li!e in the Soviet Union, j
{: conversation*, mostly in
'.. iish, were with three grouos
lumbering perhaps 30 of the j
learly arrivals. Nearly all if .
Ithem were gray, lean men ap- 1
lparently in their late 60s or
[older, mostly beardless and with j
pined faces, and clad in worn
[garments. They looked like pen- j
|*ioned "work people" as the [
(English sometimes say.
Since it Is a common sight ',
in Moscow's streets to see men
Displaying their honors on their j
persons, some of these old Jews \
[wore ribbons on their Jackets 1
J denoting World War II honors
or personal military valor. Fr m
lone lapel a copper-golf m >al
1 .: from i's high polish.
(The wearers spoke with quii I
prid" of their roles in defense
1 <: Moscow against the German
armies.
from THFIR general 'ti-
the men seemed incredu-
that a Jewish journalist
Amei i should be able
lo visit them. Their general
etici nee rose nerhans from he
skepticism and suspicion but
'ach grour included at 1st
one who talked with fluency and
even authority. The most artic-
ulate and confident was an al'.-rt,
aggressive oldster who firmly
declared that in Moscow Jews
are not persecuted for their re-
in. Rather, he said, the de-
cay of Judaism is caused by
1he disinterest of youth in Jewry.
"They don't want it." he said.
(Zei villen dos nitt. The chil-
dren, he added, are all Com-
munists. He described his own
family son, daughter, tlvir
spouses and grandchildren
all professionals, all Commu-
nists. They come to his home
for Pa-sover. not out of reli-
gious conviction but out of re-
spect for him ikovidi. And, in
the case of his son, also be-
cause he likes to eat matzoh,
IX THE Soviet Union, he
added, no Jew suffers becaise
he is a Jew. His family lives like
all others. Housing is provided
to Jews on a fair basis. Jews
don't want careers in trade or
commerce. They want to be
professors, primarily medical
doctors. He knows no Jewish
family without at least one pro-
fessional. Why is neither Yiddish
nor Hebrew taught? "Well, in
America you speak English: in
Russia, we speak Russian." he
replied in Yk" lish. These expres-
sions were in c!o;e harmony
with the statements of Soviet
officials, principally Jews, at 'be
international press center for
the foreign media gathered in
Moscow for the summit.
Shortly afterwards, however,
while the reporter WU sitting
alone at the rear of the syna-
gogue for evening prayer, a man
who had been in the group with
the articulate one sauntered
down the middle aisle. On nass-
ing the reporter he leaned to-
wards him and whisp^re-' in
Yiddish: "Everything inamei
told you is a lie." (All vos .
hot dir gesogt iz a ligeni. The
message given, he continued
sauntering.
THIS incident provides an in-
sight into the extremes- and d;s-
trust among Jews in the Mos-
cow synagogue. '"In Russia,"
one western source said w>rh
Helling hypcrbo'* "-veryb>"v
smiles at everybody else and
Lies,'
Warned
then writes reports about th I
All the hurried observer can
. assess that in the <"-
v iel Union there are both J< -
and Jewish people. Between
them are differences as va-t as
the US.S.R. itself. But even
so. by the Soviet Union's own
laws those of Jewish origin ire
inextricably joined by a unique
bond the word "Jew" writ-
ten in their internal passports.
Furthermore, the gleanings of
remarks during those last days
in May indicate;' that even j
among some "official Jews."
there is an extraordinary lean- |
ing towards their heritage.
-the spark of Jewishness
will never be extinguished dos
pintele Yid vert kein mol .lit
verloshen 1 remarked a man in
a synagogue circle. Ano'her
bold spirit declared "if there is
peace, all of us will go out
together."
Speaking of three million .Tews ;
in the Soviet Union rather thin
the official census figure .'or
1970 of 2.2 million, a man wear-
ing a cap declare' that "half"
of the Soviet Jews are Commu-
nists and the other half go to
the synagogue sometimes. "A
Jew stay- a Jew" ia Yid bl-'ibt
a Yid 1, he exclaimed. Last
month, another said. 150 Mos-
cow Jews emigrated. Those wio
have relatives abroad, he added,
wish to leave the country but
those who have completed their
education at an institute are un-
able to depart.
WHEN THE education issue
was mentioned, a sad-faced man
indirectly answered the articu-
late one. If the schools :ive
courses for Yiddish or Hebrew,
he said, the children would at-
ten 1 them. They won't go to
the synagogue for a Jewish
class because their parents are
Communist or do not wish to
be identified as religious, he
went on. But in a public school
they would learn the language
of their heritage. "If they cin
teach foreign languages in Rus-
sian schools," he analyzed, "why
not Hebrew?"
Not once did any of the con-
versationalists criticize the gov-
ernment or the Communist
Party. Rather they spoke about
Jewishness. Change has come
over Jews religiously and occu-
pationally. Once Jews were
shop-keepers or otherwise on-
j gaged in commorce. Now most
of them in Moscow are in metal
and machine trades and work
in factories. On all sides it was
agreed that professionals among
them are much higher than the
proportion of Jews in the gen-
eral population. But there was
no particular joy among them
over this. Merely, a sort of ac-
knowledgement that it was pos-
sible for a Jew to become one.
AS IT happened, the same
evening a touring Chicago cou-
ple also visited the synagogue.
In the reporters presence, the
man asked whether the Jews
needed bibles or prayer shawls.
"We have everything/' he was
informed. "We lack for nothing."
But the one who said that had
his eyes turned to the floor
when he spoke.
Later, the JTA reporter was
informc" that an elderly syna-
gogue Jew who had lost his tallis
was ceaselessly worried because
he could not obtain another. He
was fearful death would over-
take him before he could get a
tallis in which to be buried. The
assertion of plentitude in reli-
gious articles was challenged in
another way. If there are so
many prayer books, one asked.
why must we pay 10 rubles for
one? Ten rubles- at the Soviet
exchange rate is U.S. $12. Far
those who earn between 120 and
160 rubles a month, that is hig
rnonev.
(c), 1072. Jewish Telegraphic Afrenry)
NCJW-MIAMI LINK IN
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1, -atet

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S H
are invited to tact th
Miami Section ol
the National Council of
I
The council, whi'h main-
tail offices in the Gi 1
Miami Jewish Fed ration
.: .;. 4200 Biscayne Blvd..
1- a i>< neficiary of Federa-
Combini d Jewish Ap-
peal-Israel Emergency Fund
campaigns.
The council is the local
cooperating agency for the
United Hias Service. It is
the Miami link in the inter-
national chain of agencies
ready to help Jews in need
wherever they are. Its cur-
rent activities include pro-
viding information to heln
Jews desiring to leave the
Soviet Union.' said Robert
Russell, Federation presi-
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-Jewlsti mkrHictr
Page 9-A
J Federat k; n I aderwrites Cost Of
Caring For 'Medically Indigent'
A medical crisis is just that. It
imrs when ieast expected and
fcven if the individual or family is
avered by medical insurance, a"
xtenrt'cd stay in a hospital could
?vour insurance benefits an.t re-
luce the family to a new cla^s of
le needy the medically indi-
pnt.
The term "medically indigent"
eans that even if you drive a
far, own your own home and h">H
mm a job, if you (or someone ip
pur ifcmradlate family) has a
^art attack, a terminal illness or
^pquires a major operation, you
uld find yourself in financial
aits,
i Meiically indigent people are
st often lower middle-class
members of society who don't qual-
ify for public assistance, Med'ean:
\jtr Medicaid. Because they haven't
been public charges in the pa.-t, in
a medical emergency they often
ion't know where to turn or how
lo resolve their difficulties.
The Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
fration, in cooperation with Mount
5inai Medical Center 'a benefici-
ary of Federation's Combined lew
sh Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
fcampait;ns), has shouldered a por
lion of this burden.
"Federation claims a responsi-
bility for Jewish patients caught
this situation," said Robert
kussell, Federation president.
This year, Mount Sinai Medical
enter 'the largest non-profit hos-
|1al in Miami) will receive S12.V
from Federation who will un-
[rwrite R0% of the cost and Ca
pceived by Jewish in-patients who
ave become medically indigent
ccording to standards set by ?'ed-
fcration and Mount Sinai.
The program grew out of Fed-
ration Budget Committee sessions
an effort to gear Federation
upport to the hospital to a ^pe-
eific Jewish population the medi-
cally indigent.
Samuel Farber, Mount Sinai's
Sirector of Fiscal Affairs, outlined
[the requirements for inclusion in
[the program.
"If we determine from an initial
financial evaluation that an in-
patient won't be able to pay theit
bill, they will become the respon-
sibility of Mount Sinai's house
staff, who in turn are guided
medically by members of the at-
tending private staff and hospital-
based chiefs.
"At the time of discharge, a
further financial evaluation is
made and an individual report is
submitted to Federation li the
patient is Jewish," he said.
It is estimated that 1VX of ihe
25.000 in-patients Mount S.nai
treats yearly arc unable to pay
their bill in full.
'Not all in-patients qualify for
this kind of arrangement," Mr.
Farber stressed, "but Mount 'Jina!
""oes provide another type of care
for out-patients with financial
problems."
The Greenspan Out-Patienl Pa-
hum i which incorporates ill
services of over -l" specialized < iln-
ics) treats medical eases of r,n
o'eeti-" <> fn-"iit;'l pnt"' \ A
financial profile is taken from ar.
applicant for the clinic's services
and if ;t is tornvn',d t'^at the
person is medically indigent, they
receive treatment under this pro-
gram.
A sliding scale (based on income,
number of dependents and perti-
nent family factors) is us-.-l to
determine what percentage of th^
bill, if any, the out-patient will
pay.
"Last year." Mr. Farber s lid.
"the Pavilion logged 50,000 visits."
The cost of runnin" t^e Pavllio"
is borne bv M; unt Sinai.
Crisis Looming Over Bills
Involving Religious Status
Continued from Page l-V
a favorable vote by the NKP
for the Lorincz amendment as B
breach of the coalition agree-
ment which stipulates no
change in the status quo in re-
ligious affairs. He hinted of an
early election -which would be
a year ahead of schedule -if the
NRP voted for the amendment.
An arrangement by which
Mapam agreed not to vote on
the Hausner measure until after
the recess of the Knesset, sche-
duled to begin shortly, apparent-
ly came unstuck and Mr. Hausn-
er said he was determined to
get a vote on his bill before the
Knesset recess starts.
Under pressure of Its more
militant members, Mapam pro-
bably will vote for the Hausner
measure and both parties fa**
eviction from the coalition. La-
bor party leaders r<-port>- were still hoping to get indefi-
nite postponements of Kimsnrl
VOtOS on hoth measures.
The director general of the
Interior Ministry has dismissed
assertions that at least three
months would be needed to pie-
pare the country for new elec-
tions, if a government crisis
forced them. Speaking on the
Army broadcasting station.
Chaim Kovarsky said that, from
the "technical point of view,"
national elections could be held
within 42 days after the Knesset
decided on it. He added that his
office was "in a position" to
organize elections within that
period.
Rep. Pepper Conducting
j Public Hearings On Drugs
The U.S. House of Representa-
tives Select Committee on Crime
Is holding three all-day public hear-
ings dealing with the problems of
|drug abuse and narcotics in public
fehoo's this week, according to
|p.ep. Claude Pepper, who serves as
chairman of the committee.
The hearings began Wednesday
\h: Drew High School, 1801 NW
foth St. Thursday's day-long ses-
sion was to be held in the audi-
torium of the North Miami Beach
[Senior High School, 1247 NE lf.7th
|St.. and the final hearing is
pcheduled Friday at 10 a.m. in the
|South Miami Senior High School
auditorium, 6856 SW 53rd St.
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Temple Zion, (Conservative) ae-
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Cantor Helfman, a lyric tenor
jennies to Miami from Skokie, 111.,
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Question
Box
ions
s,
ervtces
\he Image Of The Enemy
Swirsky
AKIU >. T. SWIKSKV
Jacob Congregation
sually hold and dithyrnm-
knand 1- Issued by Moses
Sidrah this week, namely
in 1 xecute sum-
raar> vengi
nil 111 Mill >in-
Itcs. 'Phi' ro-
tund .1 mdat.1 i~
.i\i>n to In '--
the Midtanites
.1:1 nil thorn
and one | pr-
ceives a I led
furj and
nation in the
edict iiii' to
1 i"i '!..
\\ omen.
This t neb; .lie
1 i -'i much out n: con
11I1 the comparison in<
ess that ai the hallmarks
Character and demean":- o'
thai we in' baffled by )
Has-, and total lack i>
ry.
enigmatic passage sheds
|i-h! on the weave ol ihe
.i Ish experience
the rabbis were wonl in
that the righteous or ; 11
will -hare in the bliss of
rid 10 come and inherit par-
yet the vei lict of hi-" irv
ironic denouement, in-
oi" the nations rtay
let "1 mi ethics and more!
but 'he nations, as 1 to-
Bi e depravi I p\ en as their
reflecl [lernicious tu.'pi-
> of Midian i a friend ind
in to the liberated Children
lei; he counsels sage advice
\- recondite directions are
nd. Rut the Midtanltes. a
Dual entity, reveal the slime
pred and each compliment
is turned into anathema. To
thwatl the march to the Land of
Promise, Midian will place every
stormy petrel in the way. silting
up the fountains of hope, and erod-
ing every oasis ol strength.
Moreover, the actions of the
Midianitcs which aroused and so
stirred Moses betraj the pe-fidi-
oua stratagems of the anti-Semites
of all ages. In grave denunciation,
Moses explains his wrath as stem
ming from the fact that the Ml -
the Israelis to In-
in licentious rites in the
worship of Baal-Peor; it was
thro igh Ihe iles of the "
that thej were ensnared to cov-mi'
trespass againsl the Lord.
The incontrovertible fact of
rewish history is that we ha I
eai Ihe blandishn* nts ol our en-
my more than his physical as-
sault -. The Jew maj ri main im-
. ous to the blow ol a pogrim.
yet he ill succumb to the allure-
ments ol the Sirens' deadly ri lo-
de s. Amalek may be crushed, but
the enticement of the Midianit'
n will bring about a hidoous
.11 .i; bony through which Baal will
bewitch and charm the multi'u les,
resulting in unmitigated despair.
How shall the Jew face the fu-
ture? Neither the knout of po-
groms nor the mlragi ol assimila-
tion wi'l be 'he determining force*
in our survival. We must stop fear-
in.: the calumnies of our neighbors
oi courting their favors. We must
learn to live only by the fill-v-- or
our own spiritual life and rely
solely on our own divine resources.
Let us lai-e a generation of r.ien
with suprem > spiritual fortitude
who will seek the life-giving wa-
ters of Jewish knowle Ige and
idealism and thereby functify the
menacing desert called civilization
and help turn it Into a garden of
blessings and days of paraousia.
B\ RABBI SA.MUE1 I. FOX
hi. 1972, Jewish Telegraphic Agency)
Why dee* lewtah tradition '"-
sii upon burying the corpse 1 s
BOOH as possible?
The source is generally derived
from the Biblical prohibition
againsl allowing the remains ol
Ihe ictim of death punishment to
overnight. 1 Deute-
ronomy 23:231 It is taken to Indi-
cate that to keep r body fiomj
burial is an insult to the deceased |
Ji v ish ad tion strongly insist) i
on the dignity ol man both in
- well as in death. Even the.
remains of a criminal were to be*
treated with respect and burie.l as'
soon as possible.
It is claimed by some that de-|
laved burial permits decay of the]
pliysl ai remains. Others say the'
delay keeps emphasizng the "m-l
barressing differences between the:
living bodies and the dead corpse.
1
Some claim that burial is has-
tened i cause the living who com
in contact with the dear! be:ome
defiled so that the burial rem vi s
the dead from immediate phvsical
environment of the living, There
an some who claim that the
mourners are exempt or forbidden j
to engage in religious practicesi
while the body is unburied an I
that thus the delay in burial means|
a delay In the observance ol re-
ligious obligations.
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Matos-Masai
And Moses spoke unto the heads of the tribes of the children
Brad savin- ." 1 Chapters :!0-3J
APPROACH TO THE PROMISED LAND: The attack o'
Mi lianites was made by 12.000 Israeli Warriors, 1.000 fiom
tribe. Tiny were accompanied by Phin has the priest, who
with him the holy vessels and trumpet* for sounding the
rm. They met with a glorious victory and conquered all five
fes of Midian The tribes of Reuben and Gar! who had hrgi
Ids of cattle, sought permission to settle this conquered 'and
lause ii was good pasture and grazing land. Moses approved
m request providing they promised to cross the Jordan with
other tribes and help them in the conquest of Canaan.
Moses recorded the itinerary of the Israelites through the
Berness. They had encamped in 42 places during the 40 years
wandering. After they had disposed of the inhabitants of
haan. the Israelites wen' told, every vestige of idol worshin in
I land was to be destroyed. The land would be distributed by
in proportion to the size of the tribes.
CITIES OK REFUGE: Six Levitical cities were designated
ICitirs of Refuge, three on each side of the Jordan, to provide
|lum for any man who killed another accidentally, thus onabl-
him to escape the vengeance of "The Avenger of Blood." The
iful murderer could not escape the death penalty, but if the
kth was caused by accident the wrongdoer could flee to one of
fsr Cities of Refuge where he would be brought before a jmiic-
tribunal for judgment of his guilt and for the determina ion
. imposition of sentence.
Mystics claim that the son! is
not at rest until the body is buried
and then fore delaying the burial
continues the restlessness of the
soul.
Why clo some -tew ish people
have some sort ol iirn or plaque
hanging in their homes with the
word "Ml/ia-h" (east) on it?
From a practical point of view
this gives the Jew the direction,
which he should face In prayei
(I.e. eastward). While the syna-.
gogues are tradtionally built *
that the seats lace eastward, the
home has no such obvious sym-
bol. Hence, the plaque gives ihe,
direction of prayer. This plaqu
also selves as a reminder of the
MIAMI
A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA.
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
ANSHE EMES 2533 SW 19th Ave_
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz 2 ,
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken-
dall Dr. S. Miami, Reform. Rabin i
Herbert Baomgara 3 |
I'ihIjv v:> e in Dr. Ronald Altaian
will st'.ali on: "A Doetor I ookH A(
Human Problem*." Saturday 11:18
, in Bar Miisvah: Soul, ko.i ol Mr.
mill Mi M.rli Ni iiinan.

BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipson A

BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi H. Rothman 5

BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Leon Segal 6

BETH TOV (Templel $438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Cantor Seymour
Hinkes 8
l-'i iiln.v 7 a.m. nnd 7 e in. i
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ISRAEL (Temple) OF GRF.4TER
Miami. 137 NE 19th Street. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 10

ISRAELITE CENTER, 3175 SW 25th j
St. Conservative. Rabbi Paul J. |
Bender, Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11

OR OLOM (Temple) 8755 SW 16th
St, Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Glixman 13
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice I
Klein. 14 ,
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ZION (Temple) 8000 Hiillrr Rd. Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
16
n m Satunlio |i .1 in liar
M It* van: Pi-ti 1 win of Mr ana Ml -
Paul Starkman.
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MALI AH
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. Rarai Na- ,
than Zolondek. 15
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NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. 2225
NE 125th St. Conservative. Rabbi
Josepph Gorfinkel. Cantor Ben Zion
Kirschenbaum. 35
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MIAMI BEACH

eternal devotion of the Jew to
Jerusalem where the holy temple
once stood.
Since most of us were exiled in
westward movements, Jerusalem
lies to the east. Some of thes. j
plaques bear an inscription stntin" j
"From the rising of the sun ii.o
eastward) unto iis setting the
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| Psalms 113.31. This verse tells of
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AGUDATH ISRAEL 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. 17
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BETH ISRAEL 770 40th St. Orthodox
Rabbi Berel Wein. 18
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BrlT.u JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir.
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches 19
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BETH RAPHAEL (Temple). 1545 Jef-
terson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
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BETH SHOLOM (Temple). 144 Chase
Ae Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser 21
Friday vir. p m. Sermon mule: "The
Making of a Presldeni Who should
lie o urFuturc Leader?" Saturday
BfJ- TF'LAH "5 Euclid Ave. Or.
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham B-n
HUM- ____m__ 25-A
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington
Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H
Stern. Cantor Meyer Engel. 35
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KNESETH ISRAEL. Utk-dnlid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabin David Lehrfield'
Cantor Abraham Seif. 27
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MENORAH (Temple). 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram.
owitz. Cantor Nieo Feldman. 2
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NER TAMID (Temple). 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Ed.
ward Klein. 29
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OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber,
man. 30
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SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi :>adi Nahmias. 31
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CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
Groner. 32
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NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79th Street Cause-
way. North Bay Village. Conserva-
tive. Rabbi Philip Fried. 32-A
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NORTH MiAM' BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (Temple). 1025
NE Miami Gardens Dr. Conserva-
tive. Rabbi Milton Schlinsky. Can-
tor Nathaniel Schub.
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BETH TORAH. NE 164th St. at 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 34
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B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel.
Cantor Jack Lerner. 36

SINAI (Temple) of NORTH DADE
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Ral>l>i
Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor Irving
Shulkes. 37
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SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
19th Ave, Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E
Caplan. 38
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YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox
Rabbi Naftali Porush. 39
COB AI "GABIES
JUPEA iTemole). 5500 Granada Blvd
Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper. 40

2AMORA (Temple). 44 Zamnra Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell A.
Berger, 41
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SURfSIDE
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION.
9293 Harding Ave.. Surfside Town
Hall, Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D. Vine.
50
22
BTTrV,f,E H CLHAIM CONGREGA-
TION. 843 Meridian Avenue. 22.A
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CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig. 23
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CUBAN SEPHARDIC HEBREW CON-
GREGATION. 715 Washington Ave-
nue. Miami Beach. Rabbi Meir Mas-
liah Melamed. 23-A
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EMANU-EL (Temple). 1701 Washing.
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. 24
i-riiii.y gas ., in LeVlnstn Chapel.
H""* ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
?r.r,hCd0x- Rabbi Alexander S
Gross
25
CONG AN-NELL (Branch of Hebrew
Academy). 7th St. and Meridian
FORT LAUDtKDAU
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 547 E. Oak-
land Park Blvd. Rabbi Akiva Bril-
liant. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
EMANU-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Park
Blvd. (Reform). Rabbi Arthur J.
Abrams. Cantor Jerome Klement. 43
P0MPAH0 BEACH
SHOLOM (Temple). 132 SE 11th Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. Skop.
Cantor Ernest Schreiber. 49
m
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER 6101
NW 9th St.
haua'ndale
hallandale jewish center
Rabbi Max J. Weitz. Cantor Rev.
Jacob Danziger. 126 NE 1st Ave. '4
HOllVWOOD
BETH EL (Temple). 1351 S. 14th Ave
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. 45
Friday 8:15 |im. Dr. Sidney Rachlln
will conduct Ihe service and deliver
hi rmonette,
BETH SHALOM (Temple). 1728 Mon-
roe St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Irving Gold. 46
SINA! (Temple). 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
Cantor Yehuda Heilbraun. 47
MIRAMAK
ISRAEL (Temple). 6920 SW 35th SI.
Conservative. Rabbi Avrom Drazm.
Cantor Abraham Koster. 48
Jewish Facilities
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Ch. 7. 10:30 a.m. Til laI| Vol
To;:e: 'Does God Go On Vacation?"
Ch. 4, 8:30 a m. The First Estate
1R1 pi ated on Ch. 2 .it 6:30 p.m.J
Host: Rev. I.uilii r C. Pierce
Topic: The Strength ol Youth"
Guests: Martin Listowsky, Temple. Bmanu-BI
Youth Activities director; Randy Lichtman
and Nancy Schwartz
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
25 TAMUZ 7:56

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Tins page is prepared in cooperation with the Greater Miami Rabbiniidl Association.
Coordinator of the features
:i appearing here is
an RABBI MAXWELL BERGER Spimual Lejder of
Temple Zamoro
. m3 Ceral Gables
< ontlnued trom Page l-A
m-ton. and was seeking a fed-
eral or local Rovcrnmental
!?" '" ya delegation to i:ie
Stl icken area.
The Council of Jewish Fed-
1 rations and Welfare Funds is
"Ini touch" with iu Philadelphia
Federation, which is "giving li-
"'' help" to victimized tempiea
m the form of [irayershawi
prayerbooks, bus transportation
and clean-up a!d, according i
I harlea Zibbell, associate GIF
executive director. Many Jew-
Ish businesses had suffered "ter-
now damage" an. been "wiped
out, he reported, but said he
did not know their names
CJF executive director Phi'ip
Rcrnsteln said the eonimunal aid
to victims was "a marvelous ex-
ample of people pitching in."
The response was one ol ''"'
'tiii-t beautiful things wo ha
over eneountered," asserted Sey-
mour Brotman, executive dii c-
tor of the Scranton (Paul iv--
i-h Community Center, a mm-
ber of the National Jewish WM-
fare Hoard. "People Immedia' '>
began calling to volunteer :h ir
services, hontes for sleep'e -'
food, elothins, me.'ical supplies
and whatever other necessities
might be needed to make the
vacuces more comfortable."


Friday. July 7. 1972
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Pagel 1-A
TV Operating Center Is Heart
Of Convention Communications

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I Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, (right) principal of the Greater
Miami Hebrew Academy received a citation from the City
t Miami Beach in recognition of the school students lead-
ership in the municipality's traffic safety program. Mayor
Chuck Hall presented the awaid in behalf of the city's
Safety Council.
One thing the Democrats -xn6
P.i puiilirnris hive' fcgrtled on this:
year is where to hold their na-i
tional conventions. A- a result,
during July and August the eyes
and ears of the world will bo fo-
cused on Miami Beach.
The most elaborate and exten-
sive communications system ever
put together for a political con-:
vention will bring viewers an'!;
readers around the world a word-
by-word account of ihe conven-
i ions this summer.
"Communications demands have
been much greater than before,"
according to Don Strohmeyer, id-
ministralive assistant who is
Southern Hells COO] iinator for
l)olh conventions. "If all the wires
in tin :ables being used were
placed end-to-end it would circle
the earth 10 tmes.'
Southern Bell has more than
650 people at Miami Beach work-
ing on the conventions. Bell Sys-
tem employees trom as far away
as San Francisco have been ?m-1
ported to help provide communi-
cations needed by Ihe more than
50.CO0 people ex'pcjted lor the
conventions. As part of their 1 isk
they will install 7,000 teleph......
Utilizing about 5,000 lines. 1.500
private lines, more than 335 tele-
typewriters, and 50 switchboard's
A network of coaxial cables and
microwave circuits will funnel
new-, to thousands of n^ wspiiicrs
and radi i stations In the United
States.
At the heart of convention com-
munications i- a television operat-
ing cntei. dTsigned and con-
structed by Ball System ?mplo> -es,
It is here that Southern Bell will
pick up programs from do/en- of
sites in Miami Beach and S '!i !
them bundle.'.< and thousand.- o'.'
miles away.
About 80 television circuits will
transmit telecasts i<> approxlmate-
lj 900 TV stations. Communica-
tions satellites will also beam live
[overall to Europe, Asia and S uth
America.
As the electronics age ailvan< -
each succeeding political conven-
tion year brings vastlj Increased
capabilities for seeing, h aring and
I reading about this spectacular uniquely American institution.
Planning and preparation actu-
ally began last August when the
Democrats announced their choice
of a com in: ion site. Since then,
Southern Bell, with its partners,
We-tern ElectriC an 1 the l.on,'
| Bines dei .iiImlent of the A I St !'
Company, ha been working with
i increasing momentum In ordei i >
be read) for the opening gavel
July 10." J
Rabbi Landau Appointed
Rabbi Sol Landau of Beth D ivl I
Congregation, current president
ol the Dade founty Mental Health
Association, has been appointed)
as a member of the Rabbinical
Assembly delegation to the Joint
. Commission on Social Action, un-
der tin- auspices of the United]
Sj nagogue.
lerzl Honor Temple Zion's
New Educational Director
Ilerzl
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. r.ple
\V. Honor has l>een ap-
as educational director o:
Zion. the Conservative
HERZL W. HONOR
gregation at 8000 Miller Rd., in
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|Wr, Honor, who has had consid-
)u' experience in similar posi-
f in the Miami area, will take
complete charge of the educational
program of Temple Zion and has
outline.' an ambition.- program for
the coming congregational year.
Temple Zion's new educational
director was educated at George
Williams College, Chicago, and
Dropsie College, Philadelphia r>nd
is a graduate of the College of
Jewish Studies in Chicago. He ind
his wife are the parents of three
children.
Mr. Honor has served as educa-
tional director at Temple Menorah,
Miami Beach, an.'. Temple Judea,
Coral Gables, and comes to Tem-
ple Zion from Temple Emanu-El.
Dr. Neal Award Recipient
At the recent annual meeting ot
the Crippled Children's Society
Elwin (;. Xeal. MB., received the
President's Board Member Award
for his service as chairman of the
Program and Services Committee
and his work on the State Easter
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was highlighted by songs and skits '
presented by children from the
Learning Disabilities and Speech
Therany Departments.
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Friday, July 7, 1972
This Week In History...
(From the files of the JTA>
'lO Years Ajjo This Week: 1!J':2
Israel recognized Algeria's in-
i1ei>endence from France.
U.S. Via; President Lyndon B
lohnson was honond with the
planting of a forest bearing his
name near Aminadov in the Hill-,
if Jerusalem.
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Continued From Page 4-A
that matter, how a totally f!i<-
armod United States is going
to guarantee the security ',f
Israel, or any other U.S. Oi.y,
either.
ALL THIS, no-.ever, is
merely froth on the surfaro of
the Democrats' new problem
with the Jewish votp. The fact
of the matter is that Jewish-
American voters are showing
strong signs of following the
Irish, the Slavs, the Italians and
other "ethnic" voters in their
mass march out of the Demo-
cratic Party.
Between 19F0 and 1908. the
Democrats lost from a quarter
to a third of the non-Jewish
vote that used to constitute one
of their main strengths in th"
northern states. There is good
reason to expect, too, that .-ifh
Sen. McGovern as the Demo-
cratic nominee, the defections
by the Italians, Slavs and Irish
will be far, far heavier this yvtr.
BL'T IN 1968, the Jewish
voters were still the exception.
They gave at least 90r'<- support
to Sen. Hubert Humplir-'y
against President Nixon.
Three things divide the Jew-
ish voters from other ethnic
voters. First, the others ore
Catholics. Second, their 'ore-
beats came to this country, not
because they were actively ep- I
pressed, like so many Jews, font
in simple search of economic
betterment. Third, the Jewish-
Americans are on average better
ill economically today than >!-
most any other group.
THE MEMORY of past op-
pression explains the Jewish
voters' long, strong loyalty to
the Democratic Party which
Franklin D. Roosevelt consoli-
da l The economic factor ex-
plains why that loyally is w 11-
mg thin. This reporter ha- ;el
to find a single Jewish lea ler
who docs not think that the 1 o-
nomic factor is more powi
than Israel
Quite aside from the import-
ance of Jewish Democratic 1 it
cats, the vote Itself Is al
twice as Important to the Den 1-
crats as the figures might 393m
to Indicate. This Is be :aitse Jew-
ish citizens register an I >te
to1 Mir' last man and woman,
while others do not. In New
York City, for instance only a
"'H'-t'-i of thte population is
Jewish, but 4G"< of the vol Is
fewish.
THUS HKAVV defections of
formerly Democratic Jewish
voters can be murderous to the
Democrats in New York where
just under 149f of the state's
|X>pulation is Jewish. Such 'In-
fections can even be very dam-
aging in the other industr-al
states which characteristically
have from just under three oer
cent to rather more than five
l>er cent of Jewish population.
This reporter has consulted
the dozen Jewish leaders acr.-.ss
the country who have been the
bfst prophets in the past. Their
predictions of Jewish defection
to President Nixon, in a race
with McGovern, have ranged
from SO-SO?,, with 359J a good
average.
With the South down the
drain, and the ethnics, labor and
the Jews all defecting heavily,
Sen. McGovern'a organization
could have an uphill task.
Louis Rittenberg, Hungv:an-
born editor of the Universal J nv-
;sh F.ncyclopedia, died in New I
York at 70.
Bessie Thoma>hef-ky, fame-'
Yiddish actress and widow of acto'
Boris Thoma-shefsky, died in Holly
wood at 88.
"By demonstrating American in-
terest and support for the I'AR's
efforts for economic development,
there will be a stronger foundation
on which mutual problems can be
worked out." said Assistant Secre-
tary of Slate Frederick G. Dur.ton.
Israeli Ambassador Avraham
Harman Sal in New York: "I
think that we in Israel wou'.d likf
to see our Arab neighbors con-
centrate upon the essential job of
improving their economic and so-
cial situation. Our only rtouht
. is that she is still devoting
a considerable degree of her
resources to external ventures.
West German Attorney General
Wolfgang Fraenkel, formerly of
Hitler's Peop'e's Court, was sus-
pended pending a probe.
' Synagogue leaders should re-
lieve the rabbi of such functions
as business administration, fun>
raising* and' gloriiTel public r ,\-
tions operations, so that he can be
restored to a position ol deep
spiritual distinction, authority and
persuasiveness," asserted Rabbi
Theodore L. Adams of New York.
Israel's Knesset, by a vote ol
53-28 with Herut abstaining
backed the government's deporta-
tion of Dr. Robert Soblen. sen-
tenced to life imprisonment in th*
Unite: States as a Russian spy. I
Rabbi Yehuda l.cib Maimon (ne
Flshmant, Israel's first Religious,
Affair- Minister and a founder of
World Mizrachi. died in Tel Avi\
at S7.
Abraham A. Ribicoff resigned
as Secretary of Health. Education
md Welfore to run for senator
from Connecticut.
Stanley M. Isaacs. Repuh'ican
eader of the New York City Coun-
'il and 60 years active in pol'tical
and Jewish causes, diivl at 79.
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Mr. Reinhard this week appealed
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L Rumor Control Material Designed For Use By Groups Ga,braith k *** Saturday
_ W John Krnnolh Oalhrsiilh ft'nnn. i TJi-rvf (
De Florida office of the Ant:
kmation League of B'nai B'rlt'
^announced the availability o
lalized audio-visual mato:ial
rumor control, designed fo
use.
ADL "Rumor Clinic.
used by schools and lav
cement agencies, is a filn
audience-participation pro
which demonstrates vividly
rumors start and spread.
"Rumor Clinic" is basod o*
irch done by Prof. Gordo?
ft of Harvard University a-
lod of examinating the na
^f the problem of rumes.
i second item is a five minutf
|tled "Rumor," which tracer
purse of a rumor, how it
how it spreads and it s rc-
lUsing the stop-action tech-
] the film is an excellent lis-
starter for use in group
|ms.
Burton Young, chairman o>
VDL's executive committee >aid
>oth the -Rumor Clinic" and Ru-
ncr" film are part of the League's j
inti-rumor programs during the
icriod of the political conventions.
Thi< program also includes the dis-
tribution of printed materials or
rumors and how to fight itiem,
and a recorded telephone "Rumoi
Test." which may be heard by
diflKna 378-fK>77.
John Kenneth Galbraith, econo-
mist and George McGovern cam-
paign advisor, will Bpeak at the
Florida Atlantic University Dade!
Center. 1414 Drexel Ave., Mnmi!
R<-n~h nt7-31r>m SatnMav,
Prof. Galbraith will comnviirt
on the Democratic National Con-
vention, dining which he will ao-
pear daily with William Bu?kley
on the NBC Today Show as con-
vention commentator.
istie Resigns
IS Bid For Court
mi attorney and civic lea 1c
G. Christie has resigned
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THE AMERICAN SCENE
By: BEN GALLOB
'Measured Silence9 Toward JDL Explained
"rnt: "ESSENTIAL RESPONSE" of the leadership
of American Orthodox Jewry to the "challenge"
posed by the Jewish Defense League has been one
ot "measured silence" for reasons based on Jewish
Religious Law, according to an official of the Union
of Orthodox Jewish congregations of America. The
official. Rabbi Elkanah Schwartz, director of com-
munal relations for the UOJCA, outlined the reac-
tion of the Orthodox community to the much-criti-
cized JDL In a report In the current issue of Jewish
Life, tlie organization's scholarly publication, sup-
plemented by an Interview with the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency.
Thouch the JDL has never identified itself or
been identified by others as an Orthodox eroup
its founder and head, Meir Kahane. is an OrtholOX
rabbi and many of its members and supporters ire
Orthi lox .lews Rabbi Schwartz indicated this
refle led two "rool causes." One i- that "the reli-
gious discipline of the orah Jew makes him geared
i i sooner respond to a Jewish call" for help. The
sec ind is thai "sociological reality makes the Or-
thodox sector ol the Jewish community more seusi-
ii\f towhat was JDL's initial public cry in response
to the 'urban crisis. "The religious requirement* ol
Orthodox Jews requires creation of Institution?
they cannot easily abandon with the result that
they an- usually "the las! Jews remaining in an
area undergoing change of ethnic composition."
In documenting the "measured silence' posi-
tion, Rabbi Schwartz recalled that the UOJCA
joined in a public statement by the National Ji wish
Community Relations Advisory Council, of .vhicll
the UOJCA is a member, condemning "extremism
and vigilant ism by any group." Later the Orthodox
Organization rejected a request from the NJCRAC
to join in a .statement condemning the JDL by-
name. Rabbi Schwartz noted also that the UOJCA
neither then, nor since, has taken a position in
favor of the J1->L. When the New York Board of
Rabbis called a press conference to con 'emn the
JDL for "vandalism it had perpetrated the day be-
fore at the board's headquarters," various Orthodox
: inizations were invited to participate in the con-
demnation "hut all declined." though all "strongly
opposed the vandalism.' Rabbi Schwartz declared.
"Through all this, America's Torah community
maintained it- mea>ured silence, neither rupport ins
nor condemning JDL. on the one hand, nor the
general Jewish community," in its opposition to the
JDL. on the other, he added. He cited one excep-
tion, "a public statement of condemnatory ton<
identifying JDL by name," which was ;ssued by
Rabbi Moshe Feinstein, a "Halachic sage Whose
moral influence is great." The statement, trans-
lated from Hebrew, i a. : "Hereby. I wish to state
my opinion based on the laws of the Torah. that the
actions of the Jewish Defense League directed
against governments and states are contrary to dv
Torah."
Rabbi Schwartz noted that, following a f"al-
mudic example in which it is stated that the Psalm-
ist pleads lor the abolition of sins but not of sin-
ners, Rabbi Feinstein's statement condemned JDL
actions but "not JDL as such; and even the con-
'. mnation of actions is qualified, applying onlj to
those 'against governments and states.'" Rabbi
: i i issued hi- criticism alter the JDL involved
itself in the struggle for Soviet Jewry, with ooh-
sistent use o( confrontation tactics against S.
officials and their agencies in New York and other
cities.
<> I1-72. .1.w !-Ii Teloirra|ililc Agency)
ISRAH NEWSLETTER
Israel's Housing Crisis
VHERE ( w BE too much ol B good thin: oi
cess win b i- so successful that there is danger ot Its
becoming a failure.
Something of that sort na> be said
about Israel's program to encourage
Jews io build homes in Israel. The prin-
ciple was simple and logical If rela-
tively large numbers of Jews from
Miami or L ndon or Johannesburg would
iines! in construction of a second home
for themselves hi Israel they "odd
brine foreign currenc> into Israel and
I at ili.' same time create strong porson-
nal ties with tin- country.
A special company. Isralom. was set up for the mir-
pose, and the business began to i>.k>:h. Sales are mad
not to actual immigrants, inn to persons living overseas
who may have mixed motives. Some may look upon the
purchase a.- an investment. Seme may thine ,,:' it as an
insurance policy, or perhaps iusl a winter home t,, be
occupied for a :. w weeks, or a month, each year
A- a matter of fact, such homes have become a most
profitable investment and in the present housing bo,. -, in
Israel their values have risen anywhere from -'.">' I to 50' I.
But tin' pro-ram has become too successful. To aj
there is a serious lack of building materials, a critfea!
shortage of construction labor, ami a disturbing reduction
in the number of suitable plots. Since the demand for
housing by immigrants and by newly married coupes
continues t,> mount, the result has obviously be-n te
force prices upward. And the investor from abroad i- a-.
important contributing factor in that demand.
The economists and housing experts have line.' up
on both sides oi the argument a- to whethi r to encourage
such foreign investment, or to discourage it.
The Zionist goal has always been to encourage closer
ties with Israel, and those who build homes here will
eventual^ com, to live here, claim the proponents ol
the program. The rcplv is that an unhealthy situation i<
created with a new class of wealthy absentees whose lux-
tuioiis homes remain locked most of the year, while
young Israeli couples, newly married, can't find a '.ace
to live within their means.
There is no easy answer to the problem, and the con-
flict in view i- perhaps !>esi indicate i by two .vent pro-
posals. Says one: Foreign Investors should no; have the
privilege of converting their funds into foreign currency
for withdrawal from Israel in the event they sell their
home-. This restriction win discourage all except those
who seek permanent ties with the country. And the oppo-
site view; To the contrary, encourage tin foreign invest-
ors to tell the homes and withdraw their mono,- For one
thing it will put the houses on the market to help I
the hungry demand, and in the s,-eond place, the u.th-
drawal of the money from the country will achieve exactly
what the government wants reduction of m inej From
circulation.
Obviously, both side- ear. t be right And in sen-* I
am reminded o: the tourists who. in tin- early 1900s ban
there was austerity and food shortages, ate the meat ind
sap at then hotels with a ^uiity conscience, GeeUBg they
won taking rood out of the months o! j,,-, ;,
By Carl Alperl jewS In Sports By: HASKELL COHEN B00* gfV'W
By Seymour B. liebman
The Problem Of
Ainaleur Status
Uti MATTER HOW MUCH soccei I watch, 1 will
never understand the various ramifications in-
volved in determining whether a soccerite is a "pro"
or an "amateur." The latest deal to confuse this
corner is one wherein Mordechai Spiegler, Israel's
supreme wing-hall has signed a contract to play
with the West Ham lyou should excuse the ex-
pression) 11 of England. West Ham is one of the
foremost soec s in the world, but is taing
S] ieglei "ii as an amateur.
mm next year with the I n :-
lish 11 with the hope and expectation that he will
learn enough er so that he can return to Israi I
as a qualified coach. Envisioning the time when his
playing days wi come to an end. Mordechai i- an-
xious p. be prepared to help his country's }
footballers. In return for this matriculation. Spieg-
ler supposedly is not to lie remunerated, thereby
maintaining bis amateui status. He goes with the
blessing of bis own club the Maccabl Netanya 11,
and with the approval of the Israeli Football As-
sociation.
In announcing this latest development, the Is-
raeli football people take pleasure in revealing that
their national captain has rejected a professional
offer o* S75.000 from Names, on,, of France's top
soccer combinations
Despite the fact that Jews in professional
sports arc running at an all time low. major league
baseball has had a revival and there are no less
than seven Sons of David performing on different
clubs. Oakland is a proud possessor of two well
publicized players in first baseman-outfielder. Mike
Epstein, who is hatting fifth in the batting order.
He was joined this year by Ken Holtzman. Since
joining the Oakland .Vs. Kenny has won eight
games and recently topped the Baltimore Orioles
as a result of a two home runner hit by Mike Ep-
stein.
The New York Yankees who have never had
a real star Jewish player, although Jimmy Reese
was up long enough to have more than a cup of
coffee with them years ago. is looking for big things
from Ron Blomlicrg. Ronnie is the young Atlantan
who. after a star minor league tenure, joined the
Yankees late last year and started to show hitting
power.
The San Francisco Giants have come up with
s splendid pitcher in Steve stone, a native of Cleve-
land. Ohk). Richie Seheinbaum has come along after
a sojourn in the minors, where he hatted around a
.360 in Denver. He Is going great guns with the
Kansas City Royals. Richie Ancrbach who is ..
with the Milwaukee Brewers, is a fine glove man
with the team but isn't too heavy with the stick-
Norm Miller has u-en playing the outfield for the
Houston Astros the past few years. All in all. this
is a rather heavily studded east of Jewish baseball
players who have made it at the same time in the
majors,
- .. p. ::..).,-i, t. >p
What Is History?
LjISTORV, WROTE J. A. Froude, is a "child's
letters with which ive can spell any word <,
!. H. Carr note' that "the duty of the histoi at
- r' 'h( fa< i- not i xhausl < bj the obligatl : -
that in, facts aii correct."
Naomi W. Cohen \
Free to Desist, a historj
J wl h Commit!
iJe ish Publication -
- I'h.- author Is com] I
the organization valid.
qui stion some statements
lute others as well as
author's conclusions. T
eer In relying on rej
aVn] ,omo "'"" miles di-tant nom the natio
We deplore the immortalization of the past bj
':v:1""! !: : *lf-servlngstatements exa
and distortion, to be found in organizational ,
and Proi. Cohen ac-mits that these are th-
sources of her study.
Ml wife and 1 resided in Mexico. 1980-66; ve u,M
most ol the Jewish communities in Latin America ami:
Know the Lath, American directors of our nation:.! ontt
nizations. Herbert Ehrman, past-president of AJC
me. when my wife and I served as his host gui
Mexico that I was "The AJC man in Centra' \
non-pi-cfessionallyM. When the AJC in Arg,
i Comnnld.de-, Judias Lattaoamerica 19 I
'"eluded in the list of collaborators.
I'' 'h( se de.ning a different version of
the chapter "Missionary Diplomacy" we suggest <*
a,':!'' "'-'nderstanding Latin American Jewry" (R*
>tru,.iM. Mar. 3. 19671 an' Prof. Bernard Ansel
oiscord Between Western and European Jews hi A '
'ma and Haim Avnl'a articles in Diapenloa and I'nHj
does not permit an elucidation of Mi- C\w
errors an questionable inteipretations.
'''* consequences of the walk-out from the Ant I
Jew.sh ( onference by the four AJC represent air -
ales-tine Resolution was adopted 49f- to -1: the .
*ition of B'nai Brith and \jc in 1949 to the M icl
' :> t are not noted although the dangers ol ofessM
" ruling .mdti-puriv.se organizations arc stated'!
erc re ntlj ismayed to read a release from AJC x
Mr. Hoffman that 80-830! of Mexican Jewish cW'drdJ
attend day schools. I served as liaison for the AJC*i
fuw,l a s.wiological survey in Mexico which sbHI
thai onlj ..--. ,., .,,.;sl) ,)ay S(.,,((is_ | igft *
'-'lies given to me by the schools -bowed a d i I* '"'
'he I9F8 article in "Comunidat'es Judias" show i anotw
"'!'. The numbers ol Jewish children are sti
cause about five per cent of the children are Chri-ti
M\ visii in 1971 showed no increase.
We note all the roregoing with a sensi "'-
because the other parts of the Injok, in the main,
well done. Dr. Salo W. Baron, in his introduction "'''
Time and again, it iAJC was also criticized i
' If-appointed. undemocratic group." Might nol
criticism be true tor most. II not all. national orgaa"
lions?
I


iday. July 7, 1972
+k-lstfhrlctl*>n
Page 15-A
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
IDTIOB IS HEREBY GIVBN thai
undersigned, desiring to engage
feuslness under the fictitious names
EAI.TY INFORMATION, TRAXS-
.v; EXCHANGE. INC. d/li a
RITE WAY at -'^11 8.W. 7tli
|iuc. .Miami. Fin. intends lo rrg-
mid name with the Clerk of
[Circuit Cowl Of Dude Count)*!
III..
I REALTY INFORMATION,
UANSFEK A EXCHANGE. INC.
a Florida corporation
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
Lra Ueckerman
rney for appllci
IS w. 8rd Ave.
Fla.
nt
6, 16 23-30 7 7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
VICE IS HKKKIiY GIVEN that
pndcrsigm-d, desiring m engage
ess undr*- the fictitious name
fcl-RS DRAPERY UPHOLSTERY
Iriors at 133< N.E. it;;: street,
.Miami Reach, Fla intends to
said nam- with the Clerk Of
cult Coui t of Dade County,
WILLIAM mars
B. Stone
SK & BOSTCHIN
for William .Mars
.w. 12th Avenue
hi. Florida
fi r18-23-30 7 7
NOTICE UNDER
. FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
[undersigned, desiring to engage
Aisjnos under the fictitious name
KHONIMO'S COIN WASH & I>KV
T.XNKRS No. 1 al :.:. B.W. Sth
ltd. Homestead. Florida Intend*
Iglster said name with the Clerk
he Circuit Court of Dade County,
In.
STRAIGHT ARROW. INC.
a Florida corporal ion
Sol,- owner
|.\"AN HOI.TZM.IN
rney lor Straight Arrow, Inc.
Concord Building
nl, Plorida
c 18-23-30 7 7
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2835
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
DIE: Estate oi
VRTHA I'. BEBER
ised.
[.Ml cr.-diiors and aii Persona Hav-
Claims or Demands Against Said
tele:
fon arc hereby notified and renulred
present any claims ami demands
lih you may have attains! the rs-
if MARTI1 \ P. BEBER deceased
of Dade County. Plorida, to the
Inty Judges of I hide County, and
Lthe same in duplicate and as pro-
^>d in Section 7:::t.it>. Plorida Stat-
in their offices in the County
ri house in Dade County. Florida,
iii. si\ calendar montlis from the
oi the first publication hereof,
c same will he barred..
ted at .Miami. Florida, this 1 lib
: .tune. A.I' I(i7.'.
MORRIS ItEDER
As Adminisi raiot
Irst publication of this notice on
1'. d.i \ of June. 1972.
\'N W. PROMIIBRG
PMIIERQ, PROMBERC, & ROTH.
M-1A3, m IV. Flngler St.
lint, Florida
fcl j for ESTATE 'F
1,1:111 P. BEBER
6/18-23-30 7 7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 70-20788
(Judge Duval)
NOTICE TO APPEAR
JACK COHEN d/b/a H & .1
C i.MI'AW,
Plaintiff,
Vs.
NOKTHliri' CONST RI'CTll >N
COMPANY, II dissolved Florida
corporation, at al,
Defendants.
TO: PERRIS C. WOOD and wife
EDMFNDA Residence Unknown
Trad AA
Lot 7 Block 2, OREEN CLOSE,
according to the piai thereof.
recorded in Plat Book 12 at Page
In. Section L'L* Township r.:: South.
Range 4i Bast, of the Public
Records of Hade County, Florida
To: ( ARI.IS Cl AYTON and wife
Kdna Residence Unknown
Tract BB
Lot 6, Block 4. LIBERTY FARMS,
according to the Flat thereof.
recorded in Flat Book 51, at
Page 4*'. of the Public Records
of Bade County, Florida
TO: JIM.MIK LOB KNIGHT, and if
married. KNKillT. her
huabanu. Residence I'nknown.
Tract CC
I.ot 21. Hlock :i. and South 47.
Feel of Lot ^ Block 3, accord
ing to the Plat thereof: recorded
in Flat Book 1, at Pane 28, MARK'S
BUB., and recorded In Plat Book
4 at Page ::7. Section 2S, Town-
ship 63 South, Range 41 Bast, of
The Public Records of Dade Coun-
ty, Florida
YOB AND EACH OF YOU nre
hereby notified that a complaint has
been filed against you and others by
the plaintiff in the above styled
cause in the Circuit Court in and for
Dade County. Florida for the purpose
of quieting title to the above-describ-
ed properties, and you tire hereby re-
quired to serve a copy of your an-
swer or pleadings on the plaintiff's
attorney, HERMAN' COHEN, 1310-11
Congress Building. Miami. Plorida
33133, and file the original answer or
pleadings in the office of the Clerk
of the above styled Court on or he-
fore the in day of July. 1:7J If you
fail to do mi, a default judgment will
i*e entered ngainsl ynu for the relief
demanded in the complaint.
Dated at Miami Florida, this 14th
day ol June ::'7:'
E. R. LBATHERMAN
i 'l.ili. i 'iiiiiit Court
By: N. A. HEM'ETT Deputy clerk
i: 16-23 -"" 7 7
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-3271
PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RIO: Estate of
ROSALIND W. SAMl'El.S
I 1. ceased.
To All Creditors anil All Persons Rav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Y'ou are hereby notified anil renulred
to present any claims and demands
which you may have against tin- es-
tate of ROSALIND IV, SAMI'KI.S de-
ceased late of Hade County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Hade County,
and file tin- baine in duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.18, Plorida
Statutes, in their offices in 111.- Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County. Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of tin- first publication here-
of, or the same will he harrnl.
Dated at Miami. Florida. Ih
day of June. A.D. 11*71,
THE MIAMI BEACH
FIRST NATIONAL RANK
Bv Richard V Radel
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the ::n day of June. 1972,
SPARBER. ZEMEL, ROSKIN A
HBILBRONNER, P.A
Attorneys for Executor
Inn N. Blsoayne Boulevard
Miami. Florida 311 IS-
b/30 7 7-14-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-666
FRANK B DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RB: Estate ot
KAI.MAN ROITER.
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Agalnsl Said
Estate:
You an- hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have against tin cs-
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 MARRIAGE OF
JollNNY I.EE IVOODARD. Husband
and
JI'HY MAE IVOODARD, Wife
TO: JCHY MAE U'OOHAKD
Rout. 2
Woodbury, Georgia
YOI' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required lo serve a copy of
your written defenses, if anv, to it
on havid E. stone, attorney f
Petitioner, whose address 1
13th Avenue. Miami. Fla.. and fib
the original with the clerk of tin above
. I styled court <.....r before July 28,
107: otherwise a default w ill be
entered against you for the relief de-
manded in the complaint or petition.
This notice shall lie published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JBWTSH Ft.OKIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami. Florida on
this 7 day of June. 197:'.
E. B. LBATHERMAN.
A* CUrk. Circuit Court
1 lade-County. Florida
By \\ a. HEWETT
A* Deputy Clerk
It i.vuii Conn Seal!
David E Stone Rsd.
STONE SOSTCHIN
mi N.iv. 13th Avenue
Miami, Florida R3123
Attorney for Petitioner
(
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2493
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE! Estate of
.MAX SAI.IM)
I Icccascd.
To All Creditors aim A1J Persons Hnv-
Ing t'lainu or Dcijuuids Against Bald
Estate;
You an- hereby notified and reojuired
to present any claims and demands
which you ma) have agalnsl tin- es<
tale of MAX SAI.INi; deceased late
of Dade County, Florida, to the Coun-
ts Judges of Hade County, and file
tile same in duplicate .,ml aft provided
in Section 733.18, Florida Statutes, in
their offices in the County Courthouse
iii Dade County, Florida, within six
calendar months from the lime of the.
tf.W. I firsl publication hereof, or the same
will be barrel!
Dated at Miami. Florida, this
day of June. A.D. 1972
Kurt Baling
As Executor
Firsl publication of Ihi-
the loth da) of June, 1972,
Henry Norton
Attorney for Executor
14)06 Bis. II) in Bldg., Miam
tic
1st
n
16-23-3" 7 7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business ut
IB STAR
I M' USE at
i M Inmi, l-'l:
Fla.
li 16-23-30 7 7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
LINCOLN .M.M.I. APARTMENTS at
1U1U Lenox Avenue, .Miami Beach.
Florida intends to register said name
with tin Clerk of the Circuit Court ot
I lade County. Florida.
Lincoln .Mall Apart incut-. Inc.
Daniel Keller, Usqulri
Attorney for
Lincoln Mull Apartments, Inc.
:u
7-H-2I
late of KAI.MAN ROITER ib
late of Hade County, Florida, u
County Judges of Hade County,
file tin same in duplicate and as
sed
the
Mill
ph..
name
cull <
Florida Stat-
* in tin- County
County, Florida,
nibs from Ihe
In
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of AA FCKNIT1RE 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
da) of June. 1978.
AA FI'RNITI'RE SERVICE,
l\i i >i:i'i iRATBD
by, ABAD CABRERA, Secretary
G16-23-30 7 7
lo
tin
la
col.
Oil
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in busin.s- under tin- fictitious name
of Studio Knit of Miami ai '111 Du-
pont Plaza Hotel Miami. Florida In-
tends to register said name with the
i1 ik of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
Yam International. Inc.
Daniel Roller Bsq
Attorney for Yam International, Inc.
6/16-23-36 7 7
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2826
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
BE: Estate of
slE MA 1.11EN
ceased,
[All Creditors and All Person* Hav-
ilaims or Demands Aglthist Said
lie.
rou an- hereby notified ami required
fpreseiit any claims and demands
||. : you may have against the es-
of JESSIE MALDBN deceased
of Dade County, Florida, to the
lilt) Judges of Dade County, and
tin- same in duplicate and as
ii.ted in Section 7::::.Hi. Florida
Itiii in their offices in the Coun-
'urthousc in Dade County, Flor-
within six calendar months from
I lime of the first publication here-
the same will be barred.
Sled al Miami. Florida
| of June, A.D. 1H72.
IRVING I. FAI'N't E
As Administrator
Irsi publication of this notice
Iii: day of June. Bi7'J.
I'NCE, fink i FOHMAN
brneys for the Administrator
Congress Bldg,
|mi. Florida 33133 Tel.: 371-r.47l
6/16-L'3-3n 7
tin
IMll
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2062
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Eslate of
SAMl'BL II. Wol.I.MAN
Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Agalnsl Bald
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have agalnsl the es-
tate of SAMl'BL II. woi.i.man de-
I ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
I lo the County Judges of Dade County,
i and file the same in dunllcnte and as
provided in Section 733.16, Plorida
Statutes, in their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Bade County. Fla -
i Ida. within six calendar mouths from
the time of the first publication hero-
'. of or the same will be barred.
Dated at .Miami. Florida, this 2nd
day of June, a D. 1972,
ELEANOR WOI.I.MAN
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the IKth day of June. I!i7-'
Kommel. Rimers. I.orber &
Bhenkmnn
Attorneys for Executrix
420 Lincoln Rd., Mia. Boh... Fla.
6/l*i-t:i-3n 7/7
vlded in Section
utes. lu their offi,
Courthouse in Bade
U'lthin six calendar
lime of the flrsi publicst.
or the same will lie barred
Dated at .Miami. Florida.
day of June. A.D. 11*72.
SARA ROITBR
As Executrix
Firsl publication of this >
the '< day of June. 1972.
David S. Kumble. E-.i
Attorney for Exi cut rix
SiiO Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida 3313(1
______________i. :ai 7 7-11 :i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2790 (Blanton)
NOTICE OF PROBATE
In RE: Eslate of
ANNA UEISS.MAN
Deceased.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE OP SAID DBOBDENT,
You an- hereby notified thai a writ-
ten instrument purporting to be the
last will and testament of said de-
cedent has been admitted to probate
in said Court. You are hereby com-
i manded within six calendar months
from the date of the firsl publication
Of this police lo appear in said Court
and show cause if any you can, why
the action of said Court in admitting
said Will to probate should not stand
lint evoked.
JOHN R BLANTON
County .luilne
By CORN El I. ROBINSON
Clerk
Attorney MARVIN I. WIENER
2131 Ponce de Leon Boulevard
Suite HMO, Coral Gables, Fla
Firsl publication of this notice
the l'3 day of June. 1872
j BEAL
; L'::-::n 7 7-14
ler tile fictitious name of
CIGAR MAIL ORDER i
1638 W Plagler Street.
Intends to register said
with ihe Clerh of ..r the fir- '
nun of Dude County. Florida
MIS8AN MONNIES
li 3*1 7 7-ll-;'l
IN
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deslrfna to engage in
business under 'lie flcilllnus name of
WEST DIXIE MEDICAL CENTER nl
11)886 IV. Dixie Highway, North Miami
Beo!i. Fl.i. intends in register said
nami with the Clerk of it:,- Circuit
Court of Dad. County, Florid;.
DR ALBERT SINK
Morton B /.em. I
Attorney for applicant
1X7.". N.E 163rd Slreel
North Miami Beach. Fla
;,:;n 7 7-1 :-?i
NOTICE UNOEH
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
ihe undersigned, desiring to sngage in
business under the fictitious namt of
\l li 'KEY'S Yl.'l.l ow CAB i IP
NORTH MIAMI BEACH at 16901 N.E.
20th Avenue. North Miami Beach, Fla.
intends to register .-aid name with the
CKrk of ihe Circuit Court of Dade
County, Plorida
MICHAEL R BERN" 'SKY
.Morton B. Kernel
Ai torney for applicant
1x7:. N.E 163rd Streel
North Miami Beach, Fla
i. 311 7 7-14-JI
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2974
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE Esl.......
ioLI'lE IV. KESBBL a/k'a
liERRY IV. KKSSKI.
Deceased.
To AM Creditor, and All Person* Hav-
ing Claims or Dem.....is Aguinsl Su i
Estali
You an- hercb) notified and required
to present an) claims ami demands
which you may have agalnsl the es
tale of GOI.DIE W K ESS EL a k a.
(1KRR1 IV, K ESS El, deceased late or
Dadi County, Florida, lo the County
Judgcr of [lade County, and file the
'.mi. in duplicate and as provided in
Section "33.16, Florida Statutes, in
their offices in the Count) Courthouse
in Dade County, Florida, within six
calendar months from the lime of the
first publication hereof, oi
will be barrtl
Oiled ill Miami. Florid;
da> of .Inn... Ali. I!<72.
Leo Kess.l
A- Executor
First pub icallon of thil
the 23rd day of June, H72
Bpnrber, Zemel, Roakln and
ileilbronn.-r. P.A.
Attorney* for Executor
in" N. Blscayne Boulevard
.Miami Florida ::-;i :_'
c 23-30 7 7 14
the sam i
Ibis IL'IU
m
1
ir
on
[THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1951
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IB: Estate of
|R1.\ IJ5IVA a'k.'a DelJilVA
cased.
Ml Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ms or Demands Agalnsl Said
lie:
BU arc hereby notified and required
pies, nt any claims and demands
ph you mnv have against the es-
, of MARIA LEIVA n/k'n MARIA
IE1VA deceased lain of Dade Coun-
[Florida, to the County Judges of
County, and file the name In
licite and as provided in Section
1. Plorida Statutes, in their of-
in the County Courthouse In
County, Florida, within six 0*1-
- months from the time of the
publication hereof, or the same
Ibe barred.
d al Miami, Florida, this 14
i'f June. A.D. 1 Mr-
Anthony J. Lelva
As Administrator
rst publication of this notice on
|0 day of June. 1P7L'.
Efronson
fney for Estate
insi.y Building
' Fla SSJM
6/lt-:':-3U 7/7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2548 fDowlinal
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
TOMMIE J. V1CKERS.
Deceased ,.
To All Creditors and All Persons llav
Ing Claims or Demands Against Said
'y'ou are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of TOMMIE .1. VICKERS 1.4!
N W. loth Streel. Miami. Florida de-
ceased late of Dade County, Plorida.
lo the County Judges of Dade County,
and file lb.- same in duplicate and a-
provided In Section Ttt.1*, Honda
Statutes, In their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County. Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the firsl publication here-
of, or the same will he barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida. Ilns II
day of June. A.D. 1P72.
Aulheria Vickers Mitchell
As Administratrix-
First publication of this notice on
the W day of June. 197::.
Joseph C. I.aussel
Attorney for the Estate
1770(4) West Flngler Street
Miami. Florida 33136 ..... ,,
| 10 7 7-14-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COUMl OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-11804
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: The Marriage of
ELEANOR S. IVOJCIK,
Petili......i,
and
I'.MII. S. WO.ICIK.
Respondent.
Yoc EMU. s IVOJCIK, Respon-
dent, 83 Fargo Street, Springfield,
Mass. ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
to file your written defense In ibis
Petition for Dissolution of Marriage
with the Court's Cbrk and servi s
copy upon Petitioner's Attorneys, VON
ZAMFT & SMITH. 1612 Capital Bank
Bldg.. Miami. Florida on or bofore Ihe
-.'I day of July, 1872. else the Petition
Will lie taken as confessed
DATED: June 5, 107:'.
E. B. LKATIGCRMAN. CLERK
BY: C. P. COPF.l.AND
Deputy Clerk
(Clrcuii Court Seal)
____________6''1-33-38 7 7__
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2891 (Blanton)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Batate of
ANN JEFFRES
Donegal d.
r.. ah Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
El late:
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of ANN JEFFRES, deceased late
Of Had. County. Florida, to the Coun-
ty Judges of Hade County, and file
the same in duplicate and as provided
in Seciion 733.16, Florida Btnciites, In
their offices in the County Court-
house in Dade County, Florida, with-
in six calendar months from Ihe time
of the first publication hereof, or ihe
same will be barred.
Hated al Miami. Florida, this 8th
day of June. A.D. 1872.
LILLIAN SWARTBI'RG
BERNARD M. KOMMEI.
As Executors
Flrsi publication of Ibis notlci ow
the :'3 day of June. 1!'7:'.
Kommel. Rogers, Lorber *
Sheiikman
Attorneys for Executors
4l'" Lincoln Ro:i 6/28-30 7 7-lt
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
DADE. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-13041
NOTICE TO DEFEND
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF I KM A
c, IRIGOYEN. WIFE, and l.l IB I-
HUGO) B.N. HCSBANU
Yot'. Luis B. Irlgoyen,
t IDEM 6 IS I'NKNOWN.
! to file an Alisv er to till
Marriage Dissolution
of ibis i "ourl and
of upon J ''
Flngler su
your i >''
July
win
RES-
e requiri il
ititioil Pol
with i lo- Clerk
nerve a copy there-
Laussel. 1770(41 Wesl
i, Miami. Florida 3313ft,
lawyer, HOI later than
31, 1973, otherwise DEI-'Al'l.T
will be enter.-.I agalnal you
HATED: -'' June, 1872, Miami. Flor-
ida, ,
1-: U l.eathei-mail, i loll.
Bv i P, COPELAND
11. imiv i 'l.il, Clrcuii oun
H 'IrcUil 'ourl Seal i
i, 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. 72-12952
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: Th. Marriage of
JEROME VANDERNOOT,
Husband
anil
Jo YCE V AN DERNi M IT.
Wife
TO: JOYC E V A N DERNOt >T
o,o Fred Fink. SR V P.
Kinroy Fixtures
Route 110
Farmingdnle,
l^ong Island. New York
YOF ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are renuired to serve a copy of
your writ ten defenses, if any. lo it on
MARTIN 8. SAXON, attorney for Pe-
titioner, whose address is 17-G, 1680
N.W. inth Avenue, Miami. Florida.
33138 :i7:i-."S11. and file the original
With the cbrk of the above styled
court on or before 2nd of August.
I872J otherwise a default will be en-
tered against you for the relief de-
manded in the complaint or petition.
This police shall be published once
each week for lour consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN,
WITNESS in) hand and the seal of
saiil court at Miami, Florida on this
32 dav of June. 1872.
E B. LBATHERMAN.
As Clerk. CirCUll Court
I lade i 'ounty, Florida
By D. L ci ri: V
As Deputy clerk
(i it'cuit Court Seall
MARTIN S. SAXON
17-Q, 14"" N W. Huh Avenue
.Miami. Florida 33136
Attorney f..i Petitioner
'.! 7 7-11-21
I NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-12930
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
i IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
WALTER JOHN PANKZ,
and
INA II. PANKZ.
. Tii |\'.\ n. PANKZ
I.V1 Milton Circle
Reno. Nevada S'.l .
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
Ihnl mi action for Dissolul.......f Mai-
i riagc has I.....n filed agalnsl you and
I you are required lo serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it on
Frederick It. Spiegel, nt torney for Pe-
titioner whose address i-- 4"7 Lincoln
' Rotid, Suite I0K, Miami Beach. Flor-
ida 33139, and file the original with
the clerk of tin above styled court,
on or before August L'. 1972: other-
wise a default will he entered against
you for ih, relief demanded in the,
complaint or petition
This notice shall l- published once
each week for four itinsecutlve weeks
In THE JEWISH FI.iiRIHIAN
WITNESS my linnd and the seal of
sal.I court al Miami, Florida on Ibis
'S-'.nl day of June. 1972.
I-: P.. LBATHERMAN
As i 'lerk. i 'it'cuit Court
I lade I ounl v. Florida
By I. SNEEDBN
As I leputv 'l.-rk
II 'ireuil COUrl Seal I
Frederick It. Spiegel
4"7 Lincoln Road. Suite I0K
Miami Beach. Florida 33138
Attorney for Petitioner
Phone: SS2-3J47
6 30 7 7-14-21
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 DSCHARGt
IN HE: Eslate of
MERLE SWITT
1 l.-Oeased.
Notice is hereby given thai I hare,
filed my Final Report and Petition
for Distribution and Phial Discharge
as Administratrix C.T.A. of the is.
tat..... MBRLE SAVITT, deceased:
and thai on the 24lh day of July,
1973, will Apply to Ihe Honorable
County Judges nl Hade County, Flor-
ida, for approval of said Final Report
and for distribution and final dis-
charge as Administratrix, C.T A ol
ihe eatate of the above-named d< -
c.deiit This 16 ilav of June. 1972
i :arole S. Bavlti
Administratrix, C.T.A.
SPARBF.lt. ZEMEL ROSKIN AND
HBILBRONNER, P.A.
Al lorncys
1 N. Biscavne Boulevard
Miami. Florida I31|i
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brewiisHi Floridian
i, Florida Friday, July 7. 1972
Section B
Gavriel Shapiro Released
By Soviets Pending Trial
4CINNATI (JTA) Gav-
Jhapiro was released from
cow jail Friday night pend-
rial on charges as yet un-
tied. His wife, Judy Silver
Iro of Cincinnati, told tl-e
lh Telegraphic Agency thai
tad spoken to her husband
tone for the first time since
is arrested at Moscow Air-
[June 12, the day she w\s
to leave Russia because
^risa expired.
Shapiro told the JTA
|he and' his Soviet attorney
scheduled to meet M'>n-
1th the Soviet official in-
kating his case.
Mrs. Shapiro said that as an
American citizen she was call-
ing on her government to remain
vigilant during the coming hours
and days in order to assure that
the causes of justice and huwin
rights of Gavriel are not vio-
lated. She told the JTA that s'e
has "received a great deal of
help" from the State Depart-
ment in her efforts to procure
a visa to return to the Soviet
Union.
Jacob D. Fuchsberg, a promi-
nent New York attorney, has
gone to Moscow on a mission on
behalf of the American Trial
I-awyers Association which in-
cludes efforts on behalf of Gav-
raffic Is Booming
i Lydda's Airport
AVIV (JTA) A little
than a month after the
Airport massacre, offic-
orted that traffic there
ttming. Some 7.000 passon-
[in 37 planes, including five
jets" landed there Sun-
riey said.
kffic was particularly heavy
the afternoon, when throe
^g 747s and one Boeing 707
within a few minutes.
spite the pressure of the
influx of arrivals and Is-
tight airport security
[Al Passengers
AVIV (JTA) El Al
Airline officials announced
veek the start of midnight
|b between here and New
(City. The new flights to con-
through the summer, will
passengers an extra day at
thrtf destinations.
ftmr- leaving here at midniiht
^Kiviirli Kennedy Airport ul 8
I New York time. Return
flights, leaving Kennedy in the
afternoon, will land here at 6 a.m.
Htshe Carmel, El Al chairman.
Mordcchai Ben-Ari, genera'.
fctor, also reported that the
Ki,- net profits for the 1971-
measures, all of the passengers
were able to leave the terminal
without undue delay, the offic-
ials reported.
Average daily incoming pas-
senger total at Lydda is about
6,000. The peak was reached
last Passover, when 10.000 per-
sons arrived. The outgoing pas-
senger total is also a little higher
than usual, partly because the
summer school vacation h.is
started and many youngsters
are going on summer excursions.
Cr
Given Extra Day
72 fiscal year were $27,142 com-
pared with $266,907 the prior year.
They said' they considered this an
achievement, in view of losses
suffered by most other airlines.
An ever-increasing demand for
seats last year compelled1 El Al
to direct thousands of passengers
to foreign carriers, resulting in a
drop of its own share of Lydda-
bound air traffic from 50 to 40^'.
they re|K>rted, adding that the air-
line is engaged in a three-year
expansion program involving pur-
chase of three more "jumbo jots."
The two now in service, they said,
have been very successful.
A surprising number
of professional investors
live at
I o **(<:*
PolnU
Maybe they know something
you don't know.
The successful investor has learned what to look
for: location, living space, luxury, quality construc-
tion and potential resale value.
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riel Shapiro, the Greater New
York Conference for Soviet
Jewry informed the Jewish Tel-
egraphic Agency.
According to the conference,
Mr. Fuchsberg will attempt to
open up relations between Rus-
sian and American attorneys
and to "continue the dialogue"
with Soviet authorities on the
Gavriel Shapiro case. There
were indications that the charges
against Shapiro will be some-
what less severe than originally
anticipated.
Jewish sources in the Soviet
Union reported last month that
he would be tried under Art.
198 of the Soviet penal code,
which is concerned with eva-
sion of military duty. Mr. Sha-
piro, a Red Army reserve of-
ficer, has already completed his
required military duty.
Michael Epelman, (second from left) a Soviet Jew, was the
speaker at the recent National Assembly on Soviet Jews in
New York City. With him are three Miami delegates Mrs.
Bernard Abel and Murray Friedman, cochairmen of th4?
Greater Miami Jewish Federation on Soviet Jewry, and
Yosef Yanich, (right) executive director of American Jewish
Congress. The assembly is the national coordinating agency
for action on behalf of Soviet Jews who wish to emigrate to
another country.
Democratic Platform Has Strong Middle East Plank
WASHINGTON UTA>
"You can't fault them on Israel."
a veteran Jewish organizational
leader remarked about the
Democrats after reading tne
Middle East plank in the party's
platform. Secure borders, a
"long-term public comm'tment"
on military equipment, "direct
negotiations between the par-
ties, maintenance by the United
States of a force to "deter the
Soviet Union," recognition of
Jerusalem as Israel's capital a">d
transfer of the American Em-
bassy from Tel Aviv to the
Holy City, "world community."
and responsibilitiy for the prob-
lems of Arab and Jewish refu-
gees all these are in the 150-
member Platform Committee's
majority report, which the con-
vention will consider in Miami
Beach beginning July 10.
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Friday. Juy 7. 1972
'ration Israel Begins
Season On Oct. 15
ion Israel" tho unique
fact-finding toun <[">n-
Ahe United Jewish Ap-
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parturo of a Women's
ad. rship flight Oct. 15.
lill be a total of 10 ruis-
icen Oct. 15 and Feb. 4.
[taking a ci-oss-section of
tram American .To-vis'i
lies across the United
Israel and giving t'lem
|unity to study first-Inn-,
of Israeli life tod^v
mi, the Greater Miami
deration is coruvntr-Uinv'
in^ a significant Miami
for the Oct. 19 mission
iy stop off in Vienna, the
rescue operations from
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tiering is planned Thurs-
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different kind of camp
and girls 11 to 16.
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of the Budget Committee; hi.*
wife, V'al. is the Women's Division
"Operation Israel 197.V" chairman.
Mission participants are ."late:'
to meet with Israelis from al!
walks of li'e as they travel
throughout tlu country, learning
iif the accomplishments, problems
and needs of the people of Israel
In addition to seeing UJA-Rjp-
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i
The program includes trips fo>
men. women and couples. Each
flight is carefully planned and
structured to relate to its kind o! j
participants.
Judge Primm Announces
Dode County Judge Arthur W.
Primm has announced his candid-
acy for Circuit Court, Group 83
Appointed to his post in Docemoc
IP70. Ju ge Primm's seat was up-
graded to circuit court level by
the recent Florida judicial reform.
He is a graduate of Miami Senior
High School and. .Duke UnivcrSUff
Law' School.
Rothbard Runs For Mayor
Gerald Kothbard. 41. Mami In-
dependent record producer ha-
announocd his candidacy for Dad"
County Mayer. He is a memJv. ol
the P.van'eis District of the Zion-
ist Organization of America, .md
formerly headed an adult youth
league of tho YM-YVVHA.
Boutique Brunch Set
The Mollie Kahaner Sistorlnod
of 15eth To rah Congregation has
planned a Dbutique brunch featur-
ing gift items from tho Sisterhood
Gift Shop Wednesday at 11 a.m.
in the home of Mrs. Stanley Caidin.
The gift shop, located in the Pa-
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COMINGS AND GOINGS: Blng and Helen.- Rosen of Keystone
Point are off to Brandon, Vt., where they have spent the past 28
summers, once again. Now that they have officially become Floridnns
they are enjoying the best of two worlds! Warm in the winter and
cool in the summer Bonnie and Michael Bloom of Sky Lake re-
cently returned from an extended visit to Italy and Spain Susie
Koppele is off to visit college alumni in Atlantic City, Washington,
Philadelphia, and New York Millie and Irv Zuckerman, Tinimie
and Stan Mitchell, Sally Zwerner and Helen Snyder accompanied
Charlotte Goodman and her children Susan, Steven, and Robert, to
Louisville, Ky., to celebrate the marriage of Charlotte's son, Donald,
to Dale Friedman Dottle Birnbatim of New York City will join
her sister and brother-in-law, Eleanor and George Balturh, for a
three week Oriental holiday in celebration of the happy couple's 38
years of wedded bliss Sylvia and her son, Mark Ziffer, will attend
a wedding in New Jersey, and then leave for Israel, Vienna and Switz-
erland, where her husband, Ewald, will join them and continue on to
Paris and finally to Montreal where they will again attend a wedding
before returning to Miami.
VACATIONING: The GaraziaEsther and Solomon, and Luis and
Deanna Egozi will "look over the shoe situation" on their star-studded
vacation in Mexico, then go on to New York for the shoe show there in
August Bunny Franklin, her sons, Barry and Mike, safely nestled
in summer camp, is now with her family in the Empire State. She will
meet with old friends and then vacation in Cape Cod The Kanes
Hilda and Irvand their offspring enjoyed the Fourth of July holiday
at the Diplomat Hotel .
WE ATE THE WHOLE THING: and didn't need Alka Seltzer
after dining at "Jimmy's Just A Hobby." Jimmy, a unique old timer
in the Miami area was originally famous in New York and Atlantic-
City where he has been doing his "thing" before it was popular to do
so. He has played host to the greats and not-so-greats of the world
in fields of entertainment and government but only those he so
chooses may indulge themselves in his culinary expertise. His menu
dictates: "You will eat what we give you and you will enjoy it! You'll
; stay healthy and live longer." (promise?) Selma and Irv Rabinowitz
are a couple of lucky patrons who can call at any time and be catered
to by Jimmy and Florence, his able assistant of 25 years.
MAZEL TOV: To Dorothy and Ben Lynn, who are the proud
grandparents of Rene Michele; Sandy and Jeff are the lucky parents
. And to Marilyn and Al Baumoehl, whose son, David, is planning
to marry Arlene Eagle, daughter of Mlml and Bud, next June.
SIGHTSEEING: Janle Moskowitz, Diane Snyder's cousin from
Port Washington, N.Y., is visiting with her and being shown all the
sights and sites of Miami.
MEMORIES: Twenty-seven years ago. on July 4th, Ed Linderman
attended the memorial baseball game at Yankee Stadium in New
York City for Lou Gehrig. Ed, an avid Yankee fan, still carries the
ticket stub of that game in his wallet, as a memento of the tribute
paid to the greatest first baseman of his day.
CHASING WINDMILLS: Eunice and Jay Groff learned to
speak Dutch fluently, and to cook and enjoy the fabulous Indonesian
specialities which Holland is famous for, when they lived in Amster-
dam for four years as students. This past Saturday night the Groffs
[delighted a large group of friends at a "Reistafel" party served out-
doors at their home on beautiful Greynolds Lake. The exotic dishes
(were all labeled so that there would be no guessin' among the guests.
Included were the Bob Goddarls (Hilda is Dutch and particularly
appreciated the "home cooking"), Ed Truppnmns, Wynn Stelnsuyden
[(June was wearing an otters-tooth necklace acquired on their recent
vfiican safari I, Joe Allisons, Alan Jacksons, Stan Kanes, and the
flerb Fields. .
FOREIGN RELATIONS: Sandy and Stan Angel of North Miami
teach have been pleasurably occupied of late. Their sister-in-law,
olores stieglitz, and her 11-year-old son, Brian, of Rome Italy have
een their house guests these past two weeks. Dolores brought her
rivate collection of paintings by a well known Corsican artist which
lined great excitement amongst the many friends of the Angels who
[eve invited to view the art work. Brian adjusted quickly to the
lerican scene and really adores Miami, particularly since he mas-
pred the conversion of the lira to the dollar!!!
SPEECHLESS: Phyllis and Jim Cohen had the special privilege
a private meeting with David Ben-GuHon at his home in Tel Aviv
their recent visit to Israel, arranged by the Israel Bond' Office
tie. At age 86 they found him to be alert, loquacious, and extremely
iial. When they were invited to ask questions of Mr. Ben-Gunon,
fy were completely awestruck by his presence, and alas, were at a
for words and could think of none!!!!
BUSY; People from "Our Town" doing "their own thing" this
imer include Myrna Lowman, dramatics director; Claire Pomerantz,
jus instructor at Camp Akiba in the Poconos; BUI Kramer (Dr. and
. David) working on a commercial lobster fishing boat (and loving
I Minna hah.. PatU Stone and Jackie Rosen, who have gone to
pn (their husbands gave them this trip as a "treat" who needs
nen's Lib?). Kevin Goch, now at Harry Hopman's tennis camp in
erst, will be meeting up with Mike Oransky to play in the national
_ tournaments in Springfield, Mass., St. Louis, Mo., Louisville. Ky.,
, Mississippi. Lto and Stan Rosenthal and their daughter, Hilary.
Itaking Cathy Zucker to Nassau they have their own built-in
I doubles. Joanne Altennaa is visiting with her sister in Atlanta
she awaits the arrival of a new great-grand niece or nephew.
-XCUPERATING: Happy to near that Danny Harris is able to
and sit and move about "under his own steam" again since his
jients in San Antonio. Milt Sadvff is really doing beautifully and
irating swiftly from surgery at Cedars of Lebanon (he's com-
that Doris put on male nurses!) Ditto for Pauluw Rosenberg,
"back home after a sojourn at St. Francis.
YMHA is open to the public, with
guests welcome. Additional infor-
mation on this event or the Men's
Club in general is available by
contacting Marvin Lieberman a'
the 'Y.'
fr ft fl!xty visiting Mexican swim-
mers and 20 divers from the Jew-
ish Community Center of Mexico
City will compete in a dual meet
with the Greater Miami YM-
YWHA and Miami Hurricane Swim
Club from the University of Miami
in the 'Y's pool, Tuesday and
Wednesday.
The meet is open to the public
with guests cordially invited. Ad-
ditional information on *he -ched-
'Y Women' Operate Stage Delicatessen At Fair Art Show
The 'Y' Women, a social-service
organization of the Greater Miami
YM-YWHA, will be participating
in the 1972 Democratic Nationali-
ties Fair and Art Show Sunday and
Monday in Bayfront Auditorium.
The fair is part of tHe Democratic
National Convention on Miami
Beach.
The women's group will operate
their Stage Delicatessen, setting
an assortment of kosher foods to
visiting delegates and local, state
and national polticians. Among the
items on the TP Women's menu
are: salami sandwiches, stuCfed
cabbage, pickles, chopped liver and
Barton's candy.
The fair, the only event of the
Democratic Convention that is
open to the public, is a showcase
of differing life styles, cultures
and backgrounds.
Times for the two-day affair,
to be covered by national tele-
vision, are noon to 6 p.m. Sun .ay.
and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday.
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The Greater Miami YMHA
Men's Club is having a guest
speaker at its next regularly
scheduled meeting in the Gulden
Key Room at the 'Y,' 8500 SW 8th
St., Monday at 8 p.m.
Tom Kelleher, a past Nationa'
Football League official who is
now an executive with Wilson
Sport Goods, will deliver the fea-
tured address. He was a star "nd
at Holy Cross College in Worces-
ter, Mass., and captain of his col-
lege team.
The Men's Club program at the
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vJenisfi fierid/ton
Friday, July 7. 1972
est Miami Auxiliary
akes Major Honors
Si Miami Auxiliary 223, JfW-
ii- Veterans, took major han-
the recent Department of
la JWV Auxiliary conven-
Id at the Americana Hotel.
[jied'au- i i.-v-i preaident, Ruth
Norman) Batman was hon-
for work achieved nn 'er ner
lisiration and accepted the
ring citations: servicemen's
' troihy, Mrs. Gloria Sec-
dininnnn; public rcl.it ion-
ly. Mrs. BateUe Stein, hiir-
vetcrans administration vol-
|r services hospital trophy
Sam Grossman, historian
trophy, Mrs. Grossman
"nan: community rela*ion
pr, Mrs. Leo Rubin, chairman:
citizens service citution
mm under community rela
I I/La. Rubin, chairman; Fro-
nting citation. Mrs. Est 'He
chairman: aid to I*rael cita-
Mrs. Jack Tessler, chali n in,
hilcl upll'niv citation. Min.
Irin, chairman.
i: rtha Lach Mem >rial
tr:, sponsored by the West
it Auxiliary, was presented
rs. Pearl Wcinstein by N'ata-
M.rs. Lester) Rosenberg, pux-
president. Chairman of th<>
Films Opening
The Magnificent Seven Ride"
non- Alma opening Friday at
tvtco Theatres, it will be
n. at the Parkway, Surf an-!
th Dad" Drive-In. Also );>on-
this week Is "Junior Bonner,"
ring Steve McQueen, on view
:h Ryron and Twin Gabta I I
.war. is Mrs. James Stern, past
auxiliary pn sident.
Shirley ( Mis. Josephi Achtmin.
past auxiliary president, was 'in-
ner up in the Woman of the Year
Award given for "outstanding
community activities."
Auxiliary members who served
under the H<7l-72 administration
of the State auxiliary were Mrs
K. Jack Palis, historian of tho De-
partment of Florida; Mrs. Joseph
Aehtman, sunshine chairman, and
Mrs. Kstelle Stein, publicity di-
rector.
Mrs. Palis was elected to serve
as 1972-73 conductress for the
State of Florida, and Mrs. Aeht-
man was appointed' to serve as
.sunshine chairman again,
Bessie Gibber, president of JWV
Ladies Auxiliary 330, who headen
a delegation ol members to th"
convention, served as chairman for
the luncheon which honored S.ilh
Levy, outgoing State Department
president. Mrs. Gibber also es-
corted Millie Kerns, national presi-
dent, and Sally Levy .both mem-
bers of Auxiliary 330. on a tour
ol the Veteran- Administration
Hospital in Miami. Hospital chair-
man is Minnie Hopen.
During the convention of the
Department of Florida JWV, Her-
bert Gopnian. a member of the
I hale ah-Miami Springs Post P81,
was elected State commander.
Members of the post who attended
the conclave included Stanley
Bine. Ted Lingaton, Leon Silver-
man and William Sydeman. Sam
Wlsum is commander of Post 081.
Dinner Dance To
Feature Music By
Cantor I. Behar
The Cuban Sephardic Hebrew
Congregation is holding a dinner-
dance Saturday at. 8:30 p.m. Ill the
Sheraton Four Ambassa ors Ho-
tel. Funds raised will 'j,o town "ds
providing free cemetery plots to
members and their families.
The dinner-dance will feature
musical entertainment by Cantor
Isaac Behar of Los Angeles, who
will offer a program of Sephardic
and Hebrew folksongs.
Rabbi Meir Masliah Melamed is
spiritual leader of the congrega-
tion which was organized four
years ago with some 30 members
and now has close to 300 families
on its membership rolls. The con-
gregation also has an active '-sis-
terhood an.' a youth group which
meets weekly for social and cul-
tural affairs.
Hal Spaet To Run For
State Representative
Hal Spaet, former chairman of
the Metro Youth Relations Boardr.
has announced he will run for the
Florida House of Representatives
District 101.
Mr. Spaet, a member of the City
of Miami Beach Charter R" iew
Board and of the City of Miami
Penal Review Board, named Ste-
phen H. Cypen as campaign man-
ager with Dr. Stanley J. Coftune,
campaign treasurer.
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July 3-21, 1972
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Paula Lee Solomon. Randolph Rieger
Lulled in Marriage at Temple Beth Am
iU 1U<
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"World
Friday. July 7, 1972
Page 5-B
Paula Lee Solomon and Ran-
dolph Edwai l Rieger were united
ii! marriag Saturday, July 1. a'
Temple iJein Am. Rabbi Herbert
.M. Baumgard officiated at the
ceremony. A reception and dinner
for the newlyweda followed ai
Kind's Bay Yacht and Country
Club.
Daughter of Mr. an 1 Mrs. Jo-
-<;iir>r SolornoH"oT Coral (Sable*'.
the new Mrs. Rieger graduate-
from Coral Gables Senior High
School and the University of Flor-
ida, where she received a bachelor
of aris degree in elementary edu-
cat Ion,
Her husband, the son of Mr. find
Mrs. Jerome S. Rieger, of North
Miami Beach, is a graduate of
Norland Senior High School and
Miami-Dado Junior College. Hi-
will attend Flori-'a International
University in the fall.
For h lected a candlelight gown of
organza with Alencon lace,
carried n cascade of orchids
sterling silver roses,
Kara] Solomon served as
s'ster's maid of honor. Anotl
Bister, I.ori Solomon, Dale Fried*
man, sister of ihc bridegroom, ^ini
Candy Ficn were bridesmaids.
Ken Friedman, the bridegroom's
brother-in-law, served as best man.
Ushers were Gary Solomon, the
bride's brother; David Rieger, the
bridegroom's cousin; Dennis Arn-
old, Tod Herman, and Stewart
Marcus.
After a wediing trip to Europe
the newlyweda will live in South
Miami.
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Ron Shayne, a member of Westchester Lion's Club and
his wife, Marianne, are shown at the banquet where Mr.
Shayne was installed as president of the Florida Lion's Eye
Bank. Florida Lions sponsor the Bascom Palmer Eye Institute
Registration Open For 2nd Session
The Greater Miami YM-YWHA ,
w h eh i< operating three infiepend- j
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I his summer, has openings for the
second session of the season, July
17-Aug. ii. Registrations are be-
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able.
All camping programs al the Y-
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hoys, and teen travel camp begin
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the agency, 8500 SW 8th St. While
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on the 20-acre site, frequent out-
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camper's time.
The camp office, at the central
location, is open from 9 to 5 p.m.
Registration applications should
be directed to the camp secretary
Indnk'.uals in charge are Mrs.
Vivian Becker, regular day camp-
Mrs. Harrecn Bertisch, teen travel
camp; and Bob Silver, sports camp
for boys.
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Friday, July 7, 1972
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J hungry and...
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What's the big idea,
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The roads take poor villages out of isolation.
CARE equips the villagers to do the building.
So farmers can go to markets with their crops.
Teachers, agriculturists, technicians, doctors can
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Yes, CARE starts by feeding the hungry. But
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Friday, Juiy 7, 1372
At the con Voyage party for Florida participants in the He-
brew University of Jerusalem's American Student Program
in the South Dade home of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Luria aro
(from left to right) Mrs. Saul Morgan, Marian Morgan Peter
Luria and Mr. and Mis. Leonard Luria. Marian and Peter
will join hundreds of fellow Americans at Israel's oldest and
largest university for the 1972-73 academic year. The Amc-
jcan Friends of the Hebrew University coordinates the pro-
cram.
Bon Voyage Party Honors
Students Going To Israel
A Ron Voyage party honoring
On Florida participants In the He-
i University American Student.
i : :un for the coming year took <
f/Jaco recently at the home ol Mr
and Mrs. Leonard Luria, l.'ibOO
SW 70th Ave.
Participating In the farewell
program were Jack S. Popick ol
Miami Beach, national vice resi-
dent of the American Friend* of
the Hebrew University, Mr, and
Mrs. A. Harold Murray, (Mr.
Murray is regional director of the
American Friends) and Flor->ne
Is. Feldman, dire.'tor of 'he Wom-
i 'a Di\ ision of the Americar
Friends.
Harry A. Levy, general ol'.air-
man of the 1972 Combined Jcvish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
campaign of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation who serves as
president of the South Florida
Chapter of the American Friends,
reported that the Hebrew Uni-
versity's 42n was awarded a total of 628 de-
grees at the June 19 graduation
exercises including 72 medical md
34 dental doctorates.
Israel's Defense Minister, CJen.
Moshe Dayan, was the principal
speaker; in his address, he said
that one possible way to a solution
of the Middle Kast conflict i- to
ensure good neighborly relations
between Israel and the Arabs o!
Joint Social For
Post-Auxiliary
West Miami Host and Auxiliary
223, Jewish War Veterans, are
holding a joint summer social for
members and guests at the hemc
of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Gold. S410
SW 36th St., at 8 p.m. Saturday.
Dan Freund is commander ol
the West Miami post and Mrs.
Lester Rosenberg is auxiliary p"es-
ldent.
In charge of arrangements are
Natalie an.i Lester Rosenborg
Shirley and Joe Achtman and Stan
and Carol Gold.
Rep. Foscell Will Attend
HUD Project Ceremonies
Congressman Dante Fascell will
participate In topping off cere-
monies for an elderly public hous-
ing protect in Northwjwt Mlam1
named in his honor Friday at 3
p.m. The Turnkev project \>il!
provide 151 units of housing for tin
agrd at NW 18th Ave. between
29th and 30th St<=.
Sidney A onovltz, Dade Cotlttv
Housing Urban Development ad-
visory bo-id chairman, annoitu^ed
the naming i-< N><>'- of the v' :. r
Democratic member of the i Se
the Israel administered territories,
Mi. Levy reported.
"Israel has to allow Arabs t<>
work wherever there is employ-
ment and to ensure that they have
equal social benefits and wa -s,"
Gen, Dayan declared. He rejected
the ca'l for purely Jewish la'ior,
which means not allowing Arabs
to work In Israel, and said another
positive measure would be to al-
low Ga/a refugees the same right0
a- other inhabitants of the area
Among students attending He
brew University from the South
Florida area are Lesh Car mi, 15v-
elyn Schonlield, Gary Lewis, Shel-
lie Miller, Marian Morgan, Pete
Luria, Melanie Schockett. Mona
Lynn Schronbrunn, Philip ilal-
perin and Eva Soldinger.
Happenings
At the District Grand Lodge
5 convention in Washington, D.C.
last week, Circuit Court Judge
Milton A. Friedman received
the B'nal B'riih National N w
Lodge Founder Award for "cre-
ative leadership in building
sources of strength and service."
ft 6 &
Research grants totaling Sl.-
225.137 to the Papanico'aou
Cancer lie search Institute at
Miami, committed this year by
the National Inst tuti s of Health,
the National Institutes of Health.
lion, the American Cancer So-
ciety and the American Heart
Association, have been announc-
ed by Dr. Julius Schultz, direc-
tor of the institute.
Cr
Edward Hollander has been
appointed manager of the Civic
Center branch of Biscayne Fad-
oral Savings & Loan Association,
according to B. Albert Pallet,
. ddent, Mr, Hollander, a na-
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riday. July 7. 1972
*Jen 7$f Meridian
Page 9-B
JNF Pays Special Tribute To 71-72 Leaders, Workers
k Th< Jewish National Fund o!
Hreater Miami lias made puolic
fifcht' na ties of leaders and workers
Who v.- re paid special tribute by
i.Rnhl/ Irving Lehrman. chairman
of th- JNF Foundation; the Flan.
Jay i rniii. president ofc'.TXF
iftivai". Miami; Judge Zev W.
Ko''3.r. ;>re.-ident of JNF's South-
ern Region and Rabbi Mayer
Abrarr.v.vitz, chairman of its exec-
utive -ar... who were praised fo>-
their islanding achievements or
beh&:: ':' the JNF for 1971-72.
Citai
Mrs.::
Fanr.
enki. 3
kiiwi h,
Cefb
son, L.
an:-
Jack
Eera }
and :.:
FVaidii
Frier:
Gin!
M-. ;
,ons were given to Mi-, and
ax Affaehiner. Rose As'rov,
IJarad, Prof. Andre Qialo-
<-.a Bookspan, Cantor Saul
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H.
Sam Cohen, Bertha David-
Han Dubowy, Mr. and Mrs
Fcldman, Shmuel Fershko,
rilosof, Charlotte Fisher.
'inegold, Hannah Finn, Mr.
s. Bernard Fox, Abraham
n, Alice Freeman, Rosalie
an. Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Mr. and Mrs. Max Hecht
Kl Mrs. Peter Heller and
Higger.
Also Isaac Jacobowitz, Bernard
Kat/, Sam Kopkind, Prof. Daniel
Lawrence, Ranbi David Lehrfi'Id.
Moo Lenin. Rose Lustig. Dolly
Mark.-, Sylvia Meyers. Joseph
Mondrcs, Samuel,Norkeen. Irving
IV'track. Helen Pollack. Morris
Putter, Rabb David Raab. Mop
Reiffen, Isidore Riffkin, Albert V.
Rosenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Julius
Rosenstein. Victor Roskin, Harry
Roaenthal, Sylvia Rubel, Emost
Samuels, Toby Schachter, Oscai
Schapiro. Sophie Scheer, William
J, Schusel, Leoil Schuster. Ethel
Herman Schwartz, Malka Shk'.air.
Sam Segal, Meyer Siegel, Ben
Silver, Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Stad-
paintings
Ian, Simon Tetenbaum.
Toby, Harry Weinberg, Dr.
ham Wolf son, Morris
Rev. Nathan Zeiehnei
and Mrs. Lou Aronson.
Awards of original
from Israel were also presented to
Frank Brickman, Leo Buda, Beu-
lah Davis, Mayshie Fricdborg.
Abraham Giunhiit, Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Kusnetz, Mr. and Mrs. Bern*
ard Liberman, Herman Me.low.
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Mentz. Mr.
and Mi-s. Morris Minov, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Mondres, Frank har-
ness, Sam Pascoe, Miriam Press
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig. Bernard
Silver and Ida Wessel.
Dr. Abraham Wolfson and Mayshie Friedberg (second and
third from left) were among those who received citations in
recognition of their outstanding service to the Jewish
National Fund recently. Dr. Wolfson and Mr. Friedberg,
both of whom are still working actively for Israel and Zion-
ism although they are in their 90s, were saluted by Judge
Zev W. Kogan, (left) and Dr. Irving Lehrman and the Hon.
Jay Dermer (right).
Temple Menorah Offers Its
Social Hall Youth Center
In an effort to "avok! a con
front;:1 :on," Rabbi Mayer Abram
owit? ix'tvd Temple Menorah'1
soda' hall and youth center t<:
mem'rt-.s of the "Youth Interna-
tional Party" early this week for
use a- sleeping quarters. The fa-
eilitit were available only on a
ten*poiary basis, however, since
the temple has a summer camp
using 'lie building.
joung non-delegutea here
;h Democratic National Cin-
|c-.' which begins next week,
planned to sleep on the ci;y'
|Tf.ree golf course, and some
40 of them had already congre-
gated ihere when the offer ,va*
Rabbi Abramowitz re-
|d that his young guests .eft
pmple cleaner than they had
.t and were well-behaved,
knt before a meeting of the
MianL- Beach City Council Wednes-
day t< recommend that it recon-
sider its decision not to provide
earop*. es
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Cd r. A. Jay Cristol (USNR> o:'
Roach completed a two-
Defense Strategy Seminar
with the major aspects of
kl security while on active
for training at the National
College in Washington D.C..
tly.
dr. Cristol was one of some
senior officers chosen from the
, Navy, Marino Corps, Army
Air Force Reserves to attend
seminar, held annually at th"
liege- since 1950 with a currlc-
m based on subjects presented
the graduate level coiu-se for
or career officers on ac'ive
y end civilian executives from
us federal government ajen-
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Friday. July 7. 1972
Obituaries
SHOLDAR
I.#onard Albert. 54. of 27:.0 NE
IRSrd St.. passed away Tu-i"lay.
June 27. Survived by his widow. I.u-
ella sons Terry and Michael, both
of Is Angeles. Calif. Daughter
Sharon GraKtelt, Is Angeles.
Adrienne Goldstein. North Miami.
Mother. Sophe. Miami, and hro'hers.
Melvln, Fort Lauderdale and Jerry.
Miami. Service* were held at l.evm
Memorial Chapel 13385 W. Dixie Hwy.
North Miami.
WUERZBURGER
Salll. 84. of Coral Cables, passed
aitav Friday. July 2. A seven year
resident, formerly of Columbia. South
America. She is survived by a son.
Henry, of I-ondon. England, daugh-
ters Mrs. Herta Cohn of Coral
Gables. Mrs. Use Bergmann of Mi-
ami, six grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren. Funeral serv-
ir.-s were held at Riverside Me-
morial Chapel. 1717 BW 37th Ave.
Interinvnt In Vista Memorial Park.
Riverside.
RACHLINE
Adolph A.. (0. of Miami passed
away Monday. July :'. A 24-year
resident, formerly of New Jersey..
lie was the Supreme Lodge repre-
sentative and past grand chanrellor
of Ih<- linniain of Florida, Past chan-
cellor commander of Roosevelt
l/lgi-. K. of I'., a member of Hnai
B'rith Anti-Defamation League and
an active leader in every race! Of
community work. Survived by his
widow, Gertrude, a son I,cslle of
Miami, daughters. Mrs, Sarah Wil-
liams of Miami Reach, and .Mrs.
Rarbara Kaner of Seattle. Wash.,
nine grandchildren, seven great-
grandchildren, brothers. I-ouis and
Harry, both of New York City. Sol
of Miami, Robert of San Diego,
Calif., sisters. Mrs. Rose Saunders
and Mrs Bella Grimm, both of New
York City. Funeral services were
held at Riverside Memorial Chapel.
lttu Alton Rd. followed by Inter-
mont in Ml. Sinai Cemetery.
COHN. Theodore. 67. 1935 Mar-
seilles Dr.. MR. Newman.
ORANTIFF, Jack. 60, lii"72 E Bav
Harbor Dr. Gordon. Interment
Star of David.
GONSKY. Irving, 58, of N.M.B
Riverside.
SILVER. Lena, 71. of MR. River-
side,
2IRINSKY. Rirdie L.. 73, of lial
Harbour. Riverside.
ALTMAN. Samuel, 6969 Collins Ave.,
H.B. illasberg.
B,"NDP. Morris, 90. of Miami.
Riverside,
SRODY, Esther Rose, 79. 1621 S.W.
11th Ter. Gordon. Interment Star
of David.
FACTOR. Lillian. 82, of MR. River-
side. Interment Mt. Nebo.
\, SI ,(iiiry Ja,k' **. of Miami.
Riverside.
FRIEDMAN. Hattie. 85. 1030 lr.th
St.. Mil. Newman.
GOLDSTEIN. Martin J.. 56. 1700
u, x, t"' Ter' Gordon. Interment
Mt. Nebo.
NADLER, Sidney C. 56, of MR.
Riverside. Interment Mt. Nebo
SEAMAN. Roger. 16. Ililimore Dr..
Coral Gables Gordon. Interment
.Star of David.
lipkin. Roberl s 4:.. :.:, s.i:. 7lst
St. -Newman.
rest, Alexander I., sa. of MB.
Riverside
SEFF. Ralph II 7.". 47.' N.K. BOUl
Ter Riverside. Interment Mi
Sinai.
SOBEL. Milton. ?::. of mi; Riverside
STERN. David, 69, of Hollyw......
Levitt.
BLUMKIN, Anna, B0, 1781 Normandy
i>r.. m.it Gordon,
dgnis. living. iii. of Miami River-
side.
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t Mioa-.i'j Only Strictly Jewish
Monument Deoler
DRUBIN. Max. 60. of Hallandale
Levitt.
GOLDEN. Joseph G.. 74. 190S N.W.
183rd Ter. Blazer*.
JACOBY. Jennie. 76. of Sky Lake
Gardens. Levitt.
KAMLOT, Elsie. 80. 1231 15th Ter..
MR Riverside.
LEVINE. Rose Rallls. 75. 6310 S.W.
93rd Ct. Gordon. Interment Mt.
Nebo.
RECHTSCHAFFER. Jacob, 82. of
Hay Harbor Islands. Riverside.
REISMAN, Philip C. 72, of Bal
Harbour. Riverside.
ROSEN. Samuel, 67. 2899 Collins Ave.,
M.B. Riverside.
SCHLOSSMAN. Charlotte V.. 52. of
M.B. Riverside. Interment Mt.
Nebo.
WECHSLER. 8yd. 72. 411 82nd Ter..
M.B. Gordon.
WOLOSH. AI. 80. of M.B. Riverside.
2WEIBEL. Fay. 67. 245 18th St..
M.B. Illasberg.
EPSTEIN. Elaine. 58, of M.B. River-
side.
ESTRACH, Abraham, 94, S27 S3rd
St, M.B. Bla.sberg.
FRUMKIN. Sarah. 93. 1525 Venetia
Ave.. Coral Cables. Gordon. Inter-
ment Star of David
goodzeit. Ruth. 25.li s. Ocean Dr
Hollywood. Illasberg
HURWITZ, Rose, of Miami Shores
Riverside.
MEISEL, Nathan. 65, 5401 Collins
Ave M.B. Blasbenr,
RICH. Etta. 71, 1976 S.W. 17th Ct
Qordon.
ROSINEK, Isidore. 64. 1512 W. Flag-
ler St. Cordon, interment Mt. Sinai
ASHER, Hose. 64. of M II. Riverside.
blinderman, Simon, 7S. 540 West
Ave. M.B. Riverside
DANIELS, Dr. Benjamin. 75, of N M B
Levitt
KUTCHER, Jack. 74. 6770 Indian
Creek Dr. M.B. Riverside.
SEGOOL, Harry. 79, 1810 N.JB. ld'.th
cs^wJ^'X'"- Interment Mt. Sinai.
SNVDER, Edmund R.. 67 of M B
Riverside.
COOKE. Edward, 71, of N.al B
Riverside.
HERTZMARK. Joseph, 81, 9700 E.
Bay Harbor Dr. Riverside.
ORNSTEIN, Max. formerly of M.B.
Illasberg.
RAPPAPORT. Max. 73, of Hollywood.
Levitt.
WEINSTEIN. Abraham, 72, 1230
Collins Ave.. .M.B. Blasberg.
ZIEGERMAN. Julius 1... 67. 16400
n.e. 17th Ave., N.M.B, Blasters,
STAUBSINGER, Slgmund, 77. IM
2oth St.. MB. Riverside.
WAGSHUL, David, 65, of M.B.
Riverside.
WEINTRAUB, Hyman, 73. 2861
Leonard Dr., N.M.B. Riverside.
ASPLER, Bess J.. 57. of Miami.
Riverside. Interment Mt. Sinai.
BERNSTEIN, Jack J., 77. of M.B.
Newman.
FRUMAN, Ida, 82, of N.M.B. New-
man.
GARFINKEL, Joseph C, 62, of
N.M.B. Riverside.
LANE, Sidney Michael, 73, of N.M.B.
Riverside. Interment Star of David,
NEISNER, Anna. 75. of M.B. New-
man.
PHILLIPS, Bertram. 60, of M.B.
Newman.
SCHECTER. Anna. 75. 1575 Euclid
Ave.. MB. Newman.
SEGAL, Rose U., 75, of Surfside.
Riverside.
CHAIT, Rose, 77. 1281 101st St.. Bay
Harbor, M.B. Illasberg
COHEN. Morris. 75. 2411 Pancoast
Dr., M.B. Blasbera
COMLETT, Lillian, SL'. of M.B,
Ki verslde.
GOLDBEHG, Samuel. 84, of .\ .\| |!
Riverside.
kapla_n. Samuel. 74. of Jin
K^PE,L?AN' l'vig|... 75. 17......
s, r V'i! Av,'' VAI Interment
Mar of David.
Kf\v MEm i.'T'1'""' !? "'"'' Michigan
.i .. .mi. Riverside
RACHLESi, Nathan Maurice. 78. of
of David '""'r"K'"1 S1:|r
scheinberg, Ida. of M.B. River.
T'rnE^^;:;:......*
APPLEBAUM. liar,,. 79. 1134 lVim-
BEHRMam T"M B lvrslde.
Ktu?AN'Ann- ". of Hallandale.
Bti^?K" "'"ii""il1- s". 2142 S W
Slnal <;"n'"" Interment Mt
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NO. 72-9337 Crawford
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: The Marriage oi
JULIAN KIRSCH.
Husband,
and
SARITA KIRSCH.
Wife.
TO: SARITA KIRSCH
135o-l5th Street
Fort I-ee New Jersey
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Peti-
tion for Dissolution of Marriage has
been entered against you. and you
are required to serve a copy of your
answer or pleading to the Petition on
the Petitioner's attorney, JOSEPH
D1RARTOI.OMEO. 8400 Bird Road.
Miami. Florida 33155. and file the
original answer or pleading in the of-
fice of the Clerk of tne above Court
on or before July 28th. 1972. If you
fail to do so. judgment by default
will be taken against you for the re-
lief demanded In the Petition. The
re'lef asked for in the Petition Is
dissolution of the marriage, and child
custody rights.
This Notice shall be published once
each week for four (4) consecutive
weeks In the JEW ISH FLORIDIA.N.
DATED: June 20. 1972
E B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk. Circuit Court
By N A. HEWETT
Deputy CL-rk
(Circuit Court Seal)
"> xo 7/7-14
LEGAL MOTKE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned. desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of CTBA RESTAURANT at 11605
Blscavne Blvd.. N. Miami Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida. ___ .__
EVELIO HERNANDEZ
, -- S/r-18-M-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. 72-12645
AC (ION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The marriage of:
BARBARA W1LMA MILES
Wife.
RAYMOND EDWARD MILKS.
Husband.
TO: RaYj.OXD EDWARD MILES
29 Sagamore Street
Lynn. Massachusetts
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
rinjre has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to It
on WILLIAM F. JOHNSTON, attor-
ney for Petitioner, whose address is
1900 Southwest Third Avenue. Miami.
Florida 33129. and file the original
with the clerk ot the above stvled
court on or before July 28. 1972: oth-
erwise a default will be entered
against you for *.he relief demanded
in the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDLW
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
20 day of June. 1972.
E. B. ur.ATHERMAN.
As ClerK. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By N. A HEWETT
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seai
WILLIAM F. JOHNSTON
1900 Southwest 3 Avenue
Miami, Floriua 33;2
Attorney for Petitioner
tf/28-30 7/7-14
IN THE COUNIV JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAUE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-3134
In RE: Estate of
JULIUS HAU'liVN
I deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I" All i nililors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate'
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any olalms and demands
which you may have against the es-
:'.....! -iii-irs HALPBYN .1......as,.,i
late of Dad.- County. Florida, t,, the
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 7J3.16, Florida Statu-
tes, in their offices in the County
t ourihouse in Dade
itilill six lal.-mi
time of the first .
or the same will be baried
Dated at Miami. Florida this 80th
day of June-. AD. |97g
ERNEST HAL1-ISYN
HII.LARD HALPKYN
SANDRA FRIEDMAN
,.. As Executor*
First publication of this notice on
the 2.1 day oi June. 1972
Myers, Kaplan. Porter, Levlnson
& Kenin
Attorney for Co-Executo.s
1150 S.W. First Street. Miami. Florida
__________________^^6/23-30 7/7-14
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-732
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
m RE: Estate of
DORIS LASCHOW
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of DORIS LASCHOW deceased
late of Dade County. Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.16. Florida Stat-
utes, In their offices in the County
Courthouse In Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 15
day of June. AD. 1972.
Eugene Glusker
As Administrator
First publication of this notice on
the 23 day of June. 1972.
Myers, Kaplan, Porter. Levlnson &
Kenin
Attorney* for Administrator
Suite 304 1150 S.W. 1st Street
Miami. Florida
6/23-30 7.7-14
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN ANO FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-12427
IV RFET'TION FR ADOPT'N
iicSFSXSLSSF, IARSO>>' DB WAYNE
ANDMARCELIJA DIANNA. both
minors
B.v: JAMES DELOACH.
their stepfather
TO: MR. I.ARSON SEPRANE
STEWART
313 E. 185th Street
Garden:*, California 90247
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Petition for Adop-
tion has been filed against vou and
you are required to serve n copy of
your written defenses. If any. to It
"" ^MD E. STONE. ESQ.. attorney
r,1.PMIt'oner. whose address is 101
.N.W. 12th Avenue. Miami, Fla. 331"S
"r ,JfleJhe oriK,n' ith the clerk
or the above styled court on or be-
JlT.u JU1\, ,28' ,972: otherwise a de.
fault will be entered against you for
or peTltfon This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
i" THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal
?L TJa ,""u;t, at *l'mi. Florida on
this 16 day of June. 197->
E. B. LEATHERMAN
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By N. A. HEWETT
,/^i ,. ,, As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
David E. Stone. Eso
STONE &SOSTWHIN
101 W 12th Avenue
Miami. Florii'a :ni-w
Attorney for Petitioner
6'23-30 7 7-14
LEGJU NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thi.
the undersigned, desiring to eng i<4
in business under the fictitious nam
of ALEMER COIFFEURS at num.
ber 6771 Red Road, in the City f
Miami, Florida. Intend to register
the said name with the Clerk of th
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor.
Irlr.
Dated. ae-Miiuni, Florida, this.. 3th
day of June, 1972.
ALEIDA CACERES
MERCEDES ROMERO
71H-23-30 7/7
I
IN
THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND F-OR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
,-... No' '2-3068
In MkgSSf .7 CREDITS
ALMA .1 HAUSMAN,
||Mii,lir..n., hereof, BstateT Demands Against
You are hereby notified and required
.lav1"?'1, ^li:,ml' Florida
day of June, AD. 1972
Max Hausman
r.i As Executor
rl'o?* Pu><-ti.'n of ,hls
the 23rd day of June 197"
DAVIDS. KIMBLE 7-
Attorney for Executor
3..0 Lincoln Rond
- Iiaml Beach. Fla. 33139
C/23-30 7/7-14
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-12288
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
MARK S. LONDON,
Petitioner,
and
IRIS LONDON.
Respondent.
TO: IRIS LONDON
909 Devonshire Lane
Hauppauge. Ix>ng Island. NY.
YOU. IRIS fcONDON. are herel.y
notified that n Petition for Dissolu-
tion of Marriage has been filed again -t
you. and you are required to serve .
copy of your Answer or Pleading -.
said Petition for Dissolution of Mar-
riage on the Petitioner's Attornev
IRWIN G. CHRISTIE. 28 West Flak-
ier Street. Miami, Florida, and fil-
the original Answer or Pleading
the office of the Clerk of the Circu -
Court, on or before the 28 day
! July. 1972. If you fall to do so. jud^-
1 ment by default will be taken agaii :
you for the relief demanded In tl- -
Petition for Dissolution of Marriag
This notice shall be published on.
each week for four consecutive week*
in TME JEWISH FtORIDIAN.
DONE and ORDERED at Mian-
Dade County, Florida, this 15 day if
June. 1972.
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court
By C. P. COPELAND
Denuty Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
IRWIN G. CHRISTIE
Attornev for Petitioner
28 West Flagler Street
Miami. Florida
6/23-30 7/7-14
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THi
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION 72-12065
SUIT FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF:
CLARENCE J. STOCKS.
Husband,
and
EDNA STOCKS.
Wife.
TO: EDNA STOCKS
L54 Colgate Road
Colgate, Wisconsin
You EDNA STOCKS,
notified that a petition
lution of Marriage has
against you, and you are required
serve a copy of your Answer or Pleau -
Ing to the Petition on the Petitioner
attorney, MAX P. EXCEL ESQ. 14o.i
K.VT. 10th Avenue, Suite 17-G. Mian.
Florida, 33136 and file the origin
Answer or Pleading in the office >l
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on r
before the 21 day of July, 1972. I'.
you fail to do so, judgment by d
fault will be taken against you f
the relief demanded in the Petitio
This notice shall be published on.
each week for four consecutive wee.-
in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Mian:
Florida, this 13 day of June A
1972.
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florid;.
By: N. A HEWETT
Denuty Clerk
(('in nit Court Seal)
MAX P ENOEL, ESQ
I I"" VW loth Ave 17-G
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
are herebv
for Disso -
been fil>-'i
r, 16-2S-30
Palmers
Miami Monument Company
3279 S.W. 8th Street, Miami
444-4W21 444-0922
Open Sunday thru Friday
Perionaliied Memorial* Custom
Crafted In Our Own Workshop.
leiritt
'ial Chapel
emonat ^hapei
"jfW/SH fUNERAL D/CiO"
v^V
LOCAL ANO OUT OF STATt
ARRANGEMENTS
947-2790
DIXIE HWY., N M,
this 16th
notice on
tH THE COUNTYdJUfDGE S COURT
OADE .cnpK^a;eor,oa
No. 72-947
In ReSEJ CR"'TOR9
DAVID SHACK.
Deceased.
mgAc^eua',or^and A" Persons Hav-
B?t.ie S r Demand Against Said
waaSBPS
KaspSMRS
.?*<.-aM.v. as"**""*-
Alma Strober
As Administratrix
First publication of this ..
the 23 day of June. 197' nollc* on
ARONOVITZ. SILVER ft BOOTH
Attorneys for Administratrix
08 Ainsley Building
6/23-30 7/7-U
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY given th
the undersle.....I, desiring to engage
business under the fictitious name
Able .Maintenance & Repair Servi
510 \\\ .,4 Street. Miami. Florida i -
tend to register said name with tl
Clerfc of the Circuit Court of Da ;;
i ounty, Florida
CHARLES ASHMORE
p HOWARD HEEGLER
OERALD SILVERMAN
Attorney for Applicant
210 Roberts Building
Miami, Florida 33130
_^^^ 6/30 7/7-14-2'
"i.T_r!E CI"CUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 72-11670
___NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
iMUl!'..^ Tne Marriage of
ROBERT EDWARD WILLIAMS.
Husband I
and
BA,?,pARA ANN WILLIAMS
w Ife
TO: Barbara Ann Williams
.?, Hn- Hlondell McLemore
212 Farrell Drive
Columbia, South Carolina
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTTFIE3
that an action for Dissolution of Ma-
nage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any to It
"?.".;PAUI' O. BLOC*. Attorney for
Petitioner. 400 Hlsleah Drive, Hialeah.
!v)ori5:1' and to fe the original with
the Clerk of the above-styled Court
on or before July 2, 1972; otherwise. *
default will be entered against you
ror the relief demanded in the Peti
mJ"r D4s'>lution o/ Marriage.
This notice shall be published one*
fach,,week for four consecutive weeks
'"J-tL1"1 JEWISH FLORrDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
or said Court, at Miami, Dade County.
Florida, on this 7 day of June. 1-
E. B. LEATHERMAN
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By: C. Lv ALEXANDER
m ,. -. M Deputy Cleric.
Jf.'rS'ul* Court Seal)
PAUL O. BLOCK
A'"!">y f<>r Petitioner
400 Hialeah Drive
Hialeah. Florida
Telephone: 88T-S811 ,
6/16-8J-S0 T/7

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Friday. Inly 7, 1972
+JewistFk>rlcHan
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n
With
ISABEL GROVE
!
Mrs. Naomi Grosanum Abramowilz, who worked for several years
in>|flian.i-a~ a caseworker Ip Miami Family iService, has been awarded
thecootor of education degree by Teaoheni College, Columbia Univer-
sity. If. Abramowitz, whoso srx-cial field of study is family size moti-
vation, took her undergraduate degree at the University of Miami, and
duffiL'-thiT graduate work at Tnlane University in New Orleans. Dr.
jnowit?. the daughter of Mrs. Kthrl flf SIIISII, 2952 SW 15lh St.
the late Maurice (iriMhinun, former director of Miami Jewish
r, will *erve as assistant professor of social work at the Wurz-
School of Social Work of Yeshiva University in New York. She
lv.-s with her husband ami-two sons in New York.
ucly Dnieker has heen on a busman's holiday. She and her hus-
Davi.t. just came back from the Casa)s Fesitval in San Juan,
Kico. where they visited with the lt/liaU Perumtn* (Itzhak is
^i-c basketball fan who turned autograph seeker and was delighted
to flcchange autographs with the eight feet tall members of the
lean Basketball Association); the ZuMn Mehtas (he's the con-
Of the Los Angeles Philharmonic); and Martina Arroyo of 'he
^politan Opera. They also ran into other music lovers, including the
KreeRers, who brought along their two babies and French nurse.
i Puerto Rico, Judy flew to New York to hear Rlchuml Tucker sing
Jat the Metropolitan Opera. Mr. Tucker comes to Miami Feb. 11
in the gala anniversary concert in honor of Israel's 25th a.ini-
y and the 30th anniversary of Temple Beth Sholom in the Miami
Auditorium. Judy is chairman of the Great Artists series of
It Beth Sholom, which is sponsoring the concert.
Lewis Calls For
Consumer Help
State Sen. Gerald Lewie has
called upon Gov. Reubin Askew to
Iiave his consumer ac'vi.-er inter-
vene immediately in all rate hear-
ings pending before the Public
Service Commission, 'so that the
consumer can have some assur-
ance of fair and impartial hearings
In a letter to the governor. Sen.
Lewis said: "Every day brings us
closer and closer to inevitable
rate increases for telephone, elec-
tric, water and sewer services for
the people of Florida totalling
more than $11G million."
UVAl NOTKI
UGAl NOTKI
cor
the
act
Bui
Mr
Hi
Nov
Phi
Pat1
Ifi.
m
greater awareness among Hadassah Women of the needs of 'he
Unity and country has been reflected in the efforts of Mrs.
pel Mentz, president of the Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah.
ntz has announced plans for maintaining an Information Booth
koln Mall during the National Conventions and thereafter. More
70 women have volunteered to participate in this community
t. The "Wo-mannlng" of this booth is intended to assist visitors
cal citizens in giving information and schedules of community
lies and, hopefully, to meet the needs of the community. The
[will be oi>en daily (except Saturday) from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. This
[of volunteers is header' by Mrs. Munru-i- Winuuer and Mrs.
tt Baron,
tdy and Lotiin Block have Just arrived from Chicago to spend a
imimer visit with their families before packing up for their move
5, France. They will be staying with Candy's parents Mr. and
Herman of Miami. His parents are -Mrs. Henry Shane of Miami
^and George Block of Wilmington. Del.
idy ami Louis, both graduates of the University of Florida, were
three years ago at Beth David Synagogue. Tiny have spent
three years in Chicago, where Can y has taught special edu-
itid he has attended graduate school at Northwestern University.
Hits has received a grant which will enable him to complete his
search at [.'Institute des Haute* Etudes Scientifiques outside oi
[The couple has rented an apartment in Bures-Sur-Yvette. a
I'd suburb of the city, where they will live lor one year.
welcome home dinner party was planned by Marth.i Ber/naii
r of her daughter and son-in-law's arrival. Guests include! Mr.
i. Henry Shane. Louis' sister. Mellc Block, and her fiance.
iller. Candy's grandmother. Mrs. Helen Member, and Mr. and
am Itohr, her aunt and uncle.
first production presented by the Tropic Players, South Flor-
pwest and most exciting traveling li-oupe, will be "Abie's Irish
The first performance will Ik? given at 7:30 p.m. Sunday. July
I the North Miami Beach auditorium, 17101 NE 19th Ave, and
^ber of additional performances will be given between opening
ind the first week of October, according to Barry' B. Schreiber,
ent. Burt Parker, owner of studio M. is serving as the director.
Ir. Schreiber as the producer. The cast presently includes Mo
San, Alilu Kay*, Ed Sohult/, Al Hot ways, CamntUe Bar. Sheldon
and Craig Alpaugh.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2252
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
iii ):i: ];.!-.i' <>f
MOLLIE N. KIKR
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claim* or Demands Against said
Estate: .
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which ydti may have agalnat mo es-
tate .f MOi.UK N. KIER deceased
:ate of Dade County, Florida, to the
County Junges of [hide County, and
file the same, in duplicate and as
provided in Section 783.1(1, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar month* from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will lie barred
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 2nd
day of June, A.B. 1!'72.
benjamin imcnUN"
BERNARD IM'TCii
As Executors
First publication of tins notice on
the Hi day of June. 1978
Koiliniel. Holers. I.orbor & ghenkmnti
Attorneys for Executory
420 Lincoln ltd .Mia. Beach, Fin.
t>/ii;-23-::n 7 '7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 71-11*1
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DSCHARGE
IN UK: Estate of
ABRAHAM ZOROFF
Deceased.
xotick is hereby riven thai 1
have filed my FMM9 Report, wtd 1'rti-
tkm for Distribution and Final Dis-
charge OH Executor of (he estate of
ABRAHAM ZOROFP, deceased: and
that on the IS day of July. 1973,
will apply to the Honorable County
Judaea of Dad. County, Florida, for
approval of said Final Report and
for distribution and final dlacharae as
Executor of the estate of the above-
named decadent This If day of June.
BAMCBL RESNICK. Executor of the
Batata of ABRAHAM ZOROPF,
Deeeused.
SIMON, HAYS tJItt.VDtVERC
By: Moses Hrundworg, Attorney
<:S Alnsley Ituildine
Miami. Florida 33132
K/IG-in-SO T 7
UGAl NOTKI
*i
I
Versatile comic and actor Frank Gorshin, his wife, Christina,
^nd manager, Johnny Lais, recently enjoyed an erening cf
f inner and greyhound racing at Miami's Fabulous riagler
enneJ Club......
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XOTICK IS HEREBY. arVBN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business at 32'. Surfside Boulernril.
Surfside. Florida under the fictitious
name of SFKFSIDE BOULEVARD
APARTMENTS Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the ( ir-
cult Court of Dade County, Florida.
JEROME B. o/.ER
ELEANOR C. 07.RH, his wife
IRVINfl KOEPPBL
MIIJtKED KOEPPEI* his wife
SMITH. HANDLER, SMITH A
PARKER
Attorneys nt I^ivv
407 l.in.oln Road
Miami Beach, Florida 331311
7 7-H-21-2*
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. 72-13585
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in RE: The Marriage of
JAY F. FINE,
Petitioner
and
i I.AHA FINK.
Respondent,
TO: CLARA FIXK
!'".7 Kasi :;ith Slreel
Brooklyn, New York
YOU ARE HEREBY SOT1FTBD
that an action f..r Dissolution ol Mar-
riage lias been filed aicalnal you and
you are required to serve a cony oi
your written defenses, if any. lo it on
Tallanoff a Bader, Dans., attorneys
for Petitioner, whose address la 4"
',;,'".''"'" Itoad. Miami Beach, Florida
313$, and file the original with the
clerk oi th,. above styled court on or
before August s. |78; otherwise
default will be entered against you
ror the relief demanded in the com-
plaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
f9, f"r four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDTAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florid,, on this
day of July, 1972.
E. II. LEATHBRMAN.
As Clerk, Clrcuil Court
Dade County, Florida
By It K. SHEA
-Vs Deputy Clerk
ii ireuil Court Seal)
TALIANOFF \ BADER
ISO Lincoln Road
Miami Bench, Florida
Attorneys for Petitioner
_____________________7 7-M-*|.2S
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-3066 (Primm)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In UK: Ksiai. of
LISA K< HIX,
Deceaaed,
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
Estate*'' '" ,"",:""'-- ABalnai sold
You are hereby notified and required
,."i..".r''s':'" ''"'y '''lill,s and demands
uhi.b you may have attains! the es-
tate ,.f i.isa k-niix deceased late of
I'.oi. County, Florida, lo the Count?
Judii.s of Hade County, and file th','
same In duuli...... and :.s provided in
Section .:t::.i. Floil.h. Statutes, In
iheir olflees in the Countv .'..on
house in Dade County, Florida, with-
in six ..ili ml.ir months from Hik time
of th.- first publication hereof, or the
same will be barred.
Hated a i Miami. Florida, this 3
day of July. A.U. IH72.
VICTOR lUtAI'XSTF.I.V
As Kxeeutor
First publication of this notice on
the 7 day of Jut v. 1*72.
JERRY A BURNS
Attorney for Executor .
:..)>: City National Bank lluildiiiK
Miami, Florida 3813*1
1/T-U-ll-M
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-7986
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
TV RE: Tin; MARRJAflEOF:
ELIZABETH K-UilN. Wife
and
ROBF.KT 1 Ki: RAOIN. Husband
TO: ItnnEItT I.EE RACIN
(Residence ['iikiimvii)
vnr ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
liaae has heen filed ncalnst you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it on
DAVID K. STONE, attorney for I'.-.i-
tloner, whose address is 1"1 X.W. 12th
| Avenue, Miami. Fla.. and file the
original with the clerk of the above
styled court ml or before AURUSl II,
1:72: otherwise a default will I.....n-
tored auainsl you for the relief de-
mand. -.I in tiie complain! or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in TIIK JEWISH l'l.iil:i|.|.vx.
VVITXFSH my hand and tic seal
i of said court al Miami. Florida on
I this :'S day of June. I!.72.
K. I!. I.EATHERMAN,
As ci.rk. Clrcuil Conn
Dade County. Florida
By R. M. KISSER
As Deputy Clerk
(Clrcuil i "..tin Seal)
DAVID E, STONE, ESQ
8TONE *;- sdstchix
I mi X.W. 12lb Avenue
1 Miami. Florida H312H
Attorney for Petitioner
7 7-14-91-88
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 71-1475
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Batata of
FANNIE SKLAR,
11. .as.-.I.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
inx Claims or Demand* Against SanS
Bstntc:
Vou.itqe hereby I.t4fid and renuirt'1
lo present any claims and ilpmunds
which you may have against the es-
tate of FANNIE SKUUt deceased
late of Cook County, Illinois, to tho
County Judges of Dad.- County, and
file the same In duplicate and a* pro-
vided in Section 733.lt, Florida Stat-
utes, in their offices In the County
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida.
within six calendar months from tho
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated at M'lmi, Florida, this 15th
day of May. A.F. IR78.
Oeorge J. Tallanofi, as Adinlnistrator
C.T.A.
First puldlratlou of this notice on
the M day of June. IP72.
TAUANOFP A IIADKH
Attorney for Adm. C.T.A.
420 Lincoln Bond, Miami Beach. Fla
*/l-23-30 7/7
IN 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 of
VERDA KfTH KEY
Deceased,
To All Creditors and All Persons Hay-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified nnd required
to present any claims and demands
w'hich you mac have ngainet the es-
tate of VERDA KITH KEY deceased
late of Dade County. Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.Id, Florida Stat-
utes, in their offices 111 the County
Courthouse in Hade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from tho
time of the first publication hereof. >r
the same will be barred.
Haled at Miami. Florida, this Ctrl
day of June. A.I). IMS.
Rosa Beatrice Hudson
As Executrix
First publication of tills notice on
the 2.1 day of June. 1972.
GItoVEH WEIX8TEIX & 8TAUBER,
By: Slierwin Slauber
Attorney for Estate of Verda r.uth.
Key 1
::."." Lincoln Road, Miami P.cacn.
Florida
8/2S-S0 7 7-'4
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1172 (Blanton)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
lo RE: Estate of
BESSIE MAXHEIM QREEN'BAI'M
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing claims or Demands Agninsl Said
('.stale
You are hereby notified nnd required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have airainst the es-
tate of BESSIE MANHEIM OREE.V-
,AI'-V '......as..I lat.- of Dade County.
Florida, to tin- County Judges ,,f ii.Hi,-
I ..iiiity; and file the same in duplicate
and as provided in Section 733.16 Flor-
ida Statutes, in their Offices In the
County Courthouse, in Had.- County
Florida, within six calendar months
from th. lime of the first publication
hereof, ... the same will be barred
Dated at Miami Florida, this S9
lay of June. A.D. 1978,
SAXDEIt ZYVI.K
l !:. IX ZWICK
MORTON OREENBAl'M
EVELYN ZWICK GOLDSMITH
-Vs Executors
First publication of this noil......
the ,i|i .lav ,,f July, 111?-'
CYPEX .: N'BVINS
By JACK AVKCS
Attorney for Co-Executors
H8S Arthur Co.lfr.v Rd
Miami Bench, Fla.
7 7-14-21.28
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
ro All. TO WHOM THESE I'HFS-
ENJ.S SHALL COME OREBTINOS:
VVher.as. SAMUEL VVIRDBR, Mi-
ami. Mori,la; HARRY PLASKOFF
Miami. Florida, BERNARD WIENER,
Miami. Florida did on the 18th day of
September. A.D. !;..-.: cause I...... in-
corporate.! under Hie laws of the
hVII'vi!-'',-,1'.'!'';;1,1'' "arsam ivare-
"'." ^,' <":l' I.....rporation. with Its
principal ,,|;... ,,,- bualnes* al .Miami
>>fach, Dade in the Btal..... Florida.
i Jerett* su,h corporation did on
"e MM day of ju,ie. A.D, l7, cauae
to be filed in th,. ,,ffi,-,. r ,|. |,.
i.artment of State of the State of
i-ion.la. the documentary authority
re|Ulred under Section 603,27, Florida
Stalutes. showing the dissolution of
such corporation.
Now therefor., the Secretary of
State does hereby certify lo the fore-
e..linr and thnt he is satisfied that
the reiiir.inents of the law |,av.
been compiled with.
IN WITNESS WHERE-
OF, I have hereunto set
my hand and have af-
fixed the Oreat Seal of
the Slate of Florida, at
Tallahassee, the Capital.
this the 23rd day of June,
A.D. 1978.
IIICIIAKD (DICK) STONE
Heyretaiv of state
7 7 72
NOTICE UNDEK
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to encase In
business under the fictitious mime of
A. AARON AXSWHIMXi; SERVICE
at I".." Xorth Miami Avenue. Miami.
Fla. Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dnde County, Florida.
l.OCIS P ORANF.R
8/83-3* 7 7>'I4 "
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. 72-13351
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MAKIUAGEOF
AHTIirii PRIEST,
Husband
and
M ''V PRIEST.
Wife '
To: MARY PRIEST
Yor ARE HEREBY NOTIFn-ID
ihat an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required t serve a cops I
your written defenses, if any. to it
on RICHARD l. BEAMISH III. at-
torney for Petitioner, whoee address
is :'.,:::< v'nn Buren Street, Hollywood,
Florida ::.:..:'... and file the original
with th. clerk of the above styled
curt on or before Aug. 11, 1972:
otherwise a default will I., entered
against you for the relief demanded
in the complain! or petition,
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive Vfeekfl
in THE JEWISH FLOIUDtAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
2:> day of June, 1972.
E. IJ I.EATHERMAN.
V- Clerk. Circuit Court
Dado County. Florida
By R. K. K1SSEE
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit '..urt Seal)
RICHARD .1. BEAMISH III
2i'.::!i Van Itur. n Street
Hollywood, Florida 33(120
Attorney for Petitioner
930-9537 or M4-777
7 7-14-21-28
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-13347
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
JACQUELYN BERNICB GRANT
WARREN HOLLAND GRANT
TO; WARREN HOLLAND GRANT
P.O. Box N4B32
Xassau. Bahamas
Yor ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you .ire required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if auy, to it on
BAXTER & FRIEDMAN, attorney
for I'etitioner. whose address is ls;r,
VE. IKSrd Street, Xorth Miami Beach,
Florida ISMS, and file the original
with th. clerk of the above stvl.d
court on or before Aug. II. 1978;
Otherwise a default will be entered
nealnsl you for the relief demanded
iii the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive Weeks
In THE-JEWUjH FI.ORIDIAX
WITNESS my hand and the'seal of
said court at Miami. Florid,..... this
M day Of June. 1972.
E II. L-EATHERMAN.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Hade County. Florida
By R, M. KIS8KE
As Denuiy Clerk
li ii. till Court Seal) f
BAXTER FRIEDMAN, Esqs,
1ST.". NE. I<3rd Street
North Miami Beach. Floridn
Bj MarJoHe F. Bobbins
Attorney for I'etitioner
77-14-2l^:



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Friday. July 7. 1972
TOP U.S. CHOICE WESTERN
CHUCK
STEAK
TOP U.S. CHOICE WESTERN
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*Jenist Fkrkfian
Friday, July 7, 1972
est Miami Auxiliary
akes Major Honors
, Dinner Dance To | Wood Bids For Metro Seat
Feature Music By
Cantor I. Behar
Miami Auxiliary 223, .1
li Vi terans, link major lian-
tho recent Department of
JWV Auxiliary conven-
ld at the Americana Hotel.
kcdiate past preafdent, Ruth
J Norman I Berraan was hon-
for work achieved 'in 'er lor
IUtr.it ion and accepted tho
|in^ citations: S(>rvicenu>nM
trophy, Mrs Gloria See-
shafeman; puUic relation-
Mfes. Estello St.-in. h-lr-
terans administration vol-
services hospital trophy
Sam Grossman, historian
trophy, Mrs. Grossman
inn; community rela'tonv I
Mrs. l.< Rubin, chairman: i
citizens aervicf citutton
tarn under community rcla-
M. -. Rubin, chairman: : ro-
Lr.av.- citation, Mrs. K-: Hi
chairman; aid to trar>l cita-
|Mrs. Jack Tessler, chairman.
IcMM welfare citation. Mrs.
>an. chairman.
B rtha Lach Mem rial
sponsored by tho West
Auxiliary, was presented
'-. Pearl Wcinstein by N'ata-
kfzs. Lester) Rosenberg, pux-|
d ni. Chairman of th<>
Films Openin be Magnificent Seven Ride"
m films opening Friday at
i too Theatres. It will In
':. at tho Parkway, Surf and
111 Da<|.' Drive-la Also >nen-
tlis week i-s "Junior Bonn'-r."
ring Steve McQueen, on view
Byron and Twin Gabkvi I
is M -. James Stern, past
auxiliai > pr< sklent.
Shirley (Mrs, Joseph) Achtmin,
past auxiliary prcsidant, was run-
ii' i up in the Woman of the Year
Award given for "outstanding
community activities
Auxiliary nv-mliers who served
under the 1971-72 administration
of the stilt.- auxiliary wore Mrs
K. J.uk Pal. B, historian of thi De-
partment of Florida; Mrs. Joseph
Acfatman, sunshine chairman, and
Mrs. Estetle Stein, publicity di-1
rector.
Mrs. Pales was elected to serve
as 1972-73 conductress for the
State of Florida, and Mrs. Acht-
man was appointed to serve as
sunshine chairman again
Bessie Gibber, president of JWV
Ladies Auxiliary 330. who headen
a delegation ol members to the
convention, served as chairman for
the luncheon which honored S ilh :
Levy, outgoing Slate Department
president. Mrs. Gibber also <>-.
corted Billie Kerns, national presi-
dent, and Sally Levy .both mom-1
berg of Auxiliary 330. on a tour
oi tin Veterans Administration
Hospital in Miami. Hospital chair-
man :- Minnie Hopen.
During the convention of the '
rx-pnrtment of Florida JWV. Her-
bert Gopman. a meml)er of tho
Hialeah-Miamt Springs Post f:8l
was elected State commander.
Members of tho post who atfn-led
tho conclave included Stanley
Bine. Ted Lingaton, Leon Silver-
man and William Sydeman. Sam
Wisum is commander of Post f-81.
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The Cuban Sepbardic Hebrew
Congregation is hoi line a dinner-
dance Saturday at 8:.'i0 p.m. ;n the
Sheraton Four Ambassadors Ho-
tel. Fund< raised will go towi tJi
providing free o-metery plots to
members and Iheir families.
The dinner-dance will feature
musical entertainment by Cantor
Isaac IVhar of L-i* Angeles, who
will offer a program of Soph.udir
and Hebrew folksongs.
Rabi>i Meir Masliah Melamed Is
spiritual leader of the congrega-
tion which was organized four
wears ago with some 30 members
and now has close to 300 families
on its membership rolls. Thi- -on-
gregation also has an active >i<-
terhood an' a youth group which
meets weekly for -ocial and cul-
tural affairs.
Hal Spaet To Run For
State Representative
Hal Spaet. former chairman of
the Metro Youth Relation- Boardr.
ha.s announced he will run for 'he
Florida House of Representatives
District 101.
Mr. Spaet. a member of the City
of Miami Beach Chart-T R tew
Board and of the City of Miami
Penal Review Board, named Ste-
phen H. Cypen as campaign man-
ager with Dr. Stanley J. Coitune,
campaign treasurer.
Roj Wood Jr., who has announc-
ed his candi acy for the Me.ro-
IKilitao Dade County Commission
in District (>. was an assistant
county attorney for three years.
He is a graduate of the University
of Florida Law School and is for-
mer \ice president of the Did<'
County Young Democrats.
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Rooms, efficiencies, all with screened porches, boot romps, large ma-
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room, tennis courts, putting green, shuffleboord, rental cars, ploy-
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the only condominium... with ocean level tennis court bordering 200 feet of
private beach
the only condominium... with penthouse, private bar and lounge overlook-
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Paula Lee Solomon. Randolph Rieger
United in Marriage at Temple Beth Am
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Friday. July 7. 1972
Page 5-B
Ron Shayne, a member of Westchester Lion's Club and
his wife, Marianne, are shown at the banquet where Mr.
Shayne was installed as president of the Florida Lion's Eye
Bank. Florida Lions sponsor the Bascom Palmer Eye Institute.
Registration Open For 2nd Session
Pauls Lee Solomon and Ran-
dolph Edward Rieger were united
in marriage Saturday, July l. at
Temple Beth Am. Rabbi Herbert
M. Baumgard officiated at the
ceremony. A reception and dinner
for the newlyweds followed at
King's Bay Yacht and Country
Club.
Daughter of Mr. an 1 Mrs. Jo-
sepH'Bf Solomon'of Coral Gable*',
the new Mrs. Rieger graduated
from Coral Gables Senior High
S hool and the University of Flor-
ida, where she received a bachelor
of arts degree in elementary edu-
cation.
Her husband, iho son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jerome S. Rieger, of North
Miami Beach, is a graduate of
Norland Senior High School and
Miami-Dado Junior College. He
will attend Flori a international
University in the fall.
For her wedding, the bridi
I' (ted a candlelight gown of
organza with Alencon lace.
carried a cascade of orchids
sterling silver roses.
Karol Solomon served as her
s'ster's maid of honor. Another
sister. I.ori Solomon, Halo Fried-
man, sister of the bridegroom, an:!
Candy Fien were bridesmaids.
Ken Friedman, the bridegroom's
brother-in-law, served as best man.
Ushers were Gary Solomon, the
bride's brother; Dawd Rieger, the
p*oom's cousin; Dennis Arn-
old. Tod Be. man, and Stewart
.Marcus.
Alter a wed ite.; nip to Europe
the newlyweda will live in South
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*Jenist ncrkUan
Friday. July 7, 1972
est Miami Auxiliary
fakes Major Honors
Miami Auxiliarj 223, J.-
Vi tcraiu, i"'k major han-
1 tho rooent Department o'
. JWV Auxiliary conven-
ed at tho Americana Motel.
ed-au- past preaktent, Ruth
Vorman > Batman was lim-
it' wwk achieved im 'er ner
tration and accepted tho
| citations: n loom n" i
trophy, Mr- Gloria Soo-
|<-l>;iinn:iii; jMi'iiic lclatim-
kfrt. Batelle Stein, thiir-
iicinn- administration vol-
arvieca hospital troph}
|8am Grossman, historian
trophy, Mrs. Gross ran
han; community rela*ion
f. Mrs. L citizens service citation I
pain undor community :0a
Mi -. Rubin, chaii man; : ro-
bins; citation, Mrs. Est.-lle
[ehairman: aid to Urael cita-
Mr*. Jaok Tessler, chai; nan.
child welfare citation, Mr*.
Mi, ehairman.
;: rtha Lach Mem trial
sponsored by the West
it Auxiliary, ivas presented
. Pearl Weinstein by Nata-
p.rs. Lasterl Rosenborg, pux-
preiidcnt. Chairman of tho
Films Openiii"
Be Magnificent Seven Ride"
ig film? oiH-nincr Friday at
ft0 Theatres. It will !-
ai tho Parkway. Surf and
Dad- Drive-In. Al-o 3pen-
is week is "Junior Banner,"
4 Steve McQueen, on view
Hyron and Twin Gabta I
awai is Mrs. James Stern, past
auxiliary pit gident.
Shirley (Mrs, Joseph) Achtiv-ui.
past auxiliary president, was '-'in-
ner up in the Woman of the Veer
Award given for "outstanding
community activities."
Auxiliary members who served
under the 1971>72 administration
of the State auxiliaiy wore Mrs
K. Jack Pales, historian of tho De-
partment of Florida: Mrs. Jos"ph
Achtman, sunshine chairman, and
Mrs, Kstelle Slein, publicity di-
rector.
Mrs. Pales was elected to serve
as 1972-73 conductress for the
State of Florida, and Mrs. Acht-
man was appointed to serve ;i-
sunshine chairman again.
Bessie Gibber, president of J\W
Ladies Auxiliaiy 330, who headen
a delegation ol members to the
convention, served as chairman for
the luncheon which honored Salh
Levy, outgoing State Department
president. Mrs. Gibber also es-
corted BiUie Kerns, national presi-
dent, and Sally Levy .both mem-
bers of Auxiliary 330. on a t Mir
oi the Veterans Administration
Hospital in Miami. Hospital chair-
man is Minnie Hopen.
During the convention of the
Department of Florida JUT, Her-
bert Gopman. a member of the
Iliali ab-Miami Springs Post (SI.
was elected State commander.
Members of the post who attended
the conclave included Stanley
Bine. Ted Lincaton, Leon Silver-
man and William Sydeman. Sam
Wisiim is commander of Post 081.
^o^^&:^^^^x^m^d^
Dinner Dance To
Feature Music By
Cantor I. Behar
The Cuban Scphardio Hebrew
Congregation Is holding a dinner-
dance Saturday at 8:30 p.m. !n the
Sheraton Four Ambassa ors Ho-
tel. Funds raised will go towi 'ds
providing free cemetery plots to
members and their families.
The dinner-dance will fea'ure
musical entertainment by Cantor
Isaac IJohar of Los Angeles, who
will offer a program of Sephardir
and Hebrew folksongs.
Rabbi Meir Masliah Melamed is
spiritual leader of the congrega-
tion which was organized four I
years ago with some 30 members
and now has close to 300 families |
on its membership rolls. Tho -">n-
gregation also has an active ^js.
terhocKi an:': a youth group which
meets weekly for social and cul-
tural affairs.
Hal Spaet To Run For
State Representative
Hal Spaet. former chairman of
the Metro Youth Relations Boardr.
has announced he will nin for he
Florida House of Representatives
District 101.
Mr. Spaet, a member of the City
of Miami Beach Charter R %lew
Board and of the City of Miami
Penal Review Board, named Ste-
phen H. Cypen as campaign man-
ager with Dr. Stanley J. Coitune.
campaign treasurer.
Wood Bids For Metro Seat
Roj Wood Jr., who has announc-
ed his candidacy for the Metro-
|H>litao Dade County Commission
in District (>. was an a--i-i int
county attorney for three years.
He is a graduate of the University
of Florida Law School and is for-
mer \iee president of the D.ide
County Young Democrats.
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The epitome in lervice and accommodations for the yochtjmon-PIo"-
totion Yocht Horbor Reiort features a 1500-root dock for private yochtv
. .for oernight or for longer vocations.
Rooms, efficiencies, all with screened porches; boot romps, large ma-
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spacious, luxurious condominium homes. Ocean Club offers you a unique life style
unavailable anywhere else on the Gait Ocean Mile.
For example, Ocean Club is the only condominium on Gait Ocean Mile with the
following features...
the only condominium... with a skytop, heated swimming pool and hand-
ball court
the only condominium... where SI .30 a day gives you full use of a $1,600,000
penthouse social and athletic club facility
the only condominium... with ocean level tennis court bordering 200 feet of
private beach
the only condominium... with penthouse, private bar and lounge overlook-
ing the Intracoastal Waterway
the only condominium... with a hotel affiliation to offer complete, instant
hotel services from maid and valet to breakfast in bed
With supply decreasing and demand increasing daily, the Ocean Club also offers a
unique investment opportunity coupled with the finest style of Irving in South Florida
today. You owe it to yourself to investigate the Ocean Club today.
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Paula Lee Solomon. Randolph Rieger
United in Marriage at Temple Beth Am
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Friday. July 7, 1972
Page 5-B
Ron Shayne, a member of Westchester Lion's Club and
his wife, Marianne, are shown at the banquet where Mr.
Shayne was installed as president of the Florida Lion's Eye
Bank. Florida Lions sponsor the Bascom Palmer Eye Institute.
Registration Open For 2nd Session
Paula Lee Solomon and Ran-
dolph Edwai 1 Rieger were united
in marriage Saturday, July I, a'
Tempi* i>eiii Am. Rabbi Herbert
M. Baumgard officiated at the
ceremony, A reception and dinner
for the newlyweda followed ;i'
King's Bay Yacht and Country
Club.
Daughter of Mr. an! Air-. Jo-
sepH'Bif So1otrlon"6T Coral Gable*1.
the new Mr*. Rieger graduated
from Coral Gables Senior High
S 'hool and the University of Flor-
ida, where she received a bachelor
of ans degree in elementary edu-
cation.
Her husband, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jerome S. R'.eger, of North
Miami Beach. i< a graduate of
Norland Si nior High School Mid
Miami-Dade Junior College. He
will attend Florida Internationa
University in the fall.
For her wedding, the bride se-
lected a can Delight gown of
organza with Alencon lace.
carried ci ens ade of orchids
sterling silver roses.
Kami Solomon served as
s'ster's maid of honor. Another
sister. I.ori Solomon, Dale Fried-
man, sister of the bridegroom, :m.i
Candy Ficn were bridesmaids.
Ken Friedman, the bridegroom's
brother-in-law, served as best man.
Ushers Were Gary Solomon, the
bride's brother; David Rieger, the.
bridegroom's cousin: Dennis Arn-
old, Tod Herman, and Stewart
Marcus.
Alter a wed'ing trip to Eu "ope
the newlyweds will live in South]
Miami.
h
y I lie only Italian Restaurant in
5. South Florida recommended,'
* b\ Holiday Magazine.
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The Greater Miami YM-YWHA. i
9 h Ch is operating three inc'.eoend-
i nt ramping programs in Mi-imi
this summer, has openings for the
- cond session of the season, J-ily
17-Aug. 11. Registrations are be-
ing accepted now; space for camp-
ers Horn three to 15 is still avail-
able.
All camping programs at the Y's
.. gular day camp, sports camp for
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The camp office, at the central
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Registration applications should
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Individuals in charge are Mrs.
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Mrs. Harreen Bertisch, teen travel
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