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The Jewish Floridian
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Sen. McGovern Making 'Right' Moves Early
By EDWARD COHKN
It it a measure of the quality
of Ser George McGovern's or-
ganization that even many hours
before the decisive vote on seat-
ing the California delegation a
section of it was making plans
for wooing the Jewish vote in
November.
Richard Cohen, associate exec-
utive director of the American
Jewish Congres-s, Is expected to
tke ovr staff direction of what
niiiiiy observers believe is the
weakest link in the new liberal
coalition beginning Aug. 1. No
one in the McGovern camp, lenst
of all s.iiah Ehrmann, the high-
ly competent sperial assistant
in his Senate office, takes the
reports of Jewish defections to
President Nixon lightly, and l.te
"right" moves are being made
early.
Ms. Ehrmann, who has a Wosn-
ington background that includes
service with Rabbi Richard
Hindi in the Union of Ameri-
can Hebrew Congregation's So-
cial Action office, moved e'fiei-
ently among many local Jewish
leaders at a reception which
Rep. Ogden Re-id gave for Sen.
Abraham Ribicoff.
And the rumor that S'en.
Ribicoff was a possible vice
presidential choice (long shot)
added weight to his Jewish view
of George McGovern, the man
whose name he placed in nomi-
nation in Chicago in 19R8 with
that historic blast against May-
or Daley, and for whom he did
it again with much greater suc-
cess Wednesday night.
A briefing on the convention
for board members of a 'oeal
agency revealed the extent of
the possible erosion of the tra-
ditional Jewish Democratic vote.
In 1908, Hubert Humphrey eot
18 of the 21 votes present, but
this week the count would he
McGovern 15 and Nixon 6. In
states like New York, California.
Illinois anc'.' New Jersey this
could be critical and thus a ma-
jor effort is called for by the
McGovern campaign.
Some 200 "voluntarily" iden-
tified Jews then- are undoubt-
edly more have been called to
a special caucus Thursday after-
noon at the Deauvllle Hotel by
the McGovern force**, and again
It should be emphasized that all
this was planned prior to the
criti-al credentials fight. Willie
everybody was guessing, the
McGovern people had no douiit
about their having the votes for
the nomination even without
California.
Although the Jewish dcleTnt.>
and ctaff r-epi",e was s*ro
at this convention one heani
0"ite oft^n and could sens,-1 In
off-the-floor ta'k the fair
that Jewish political power is
on the wane because of our di-
minishing percentage in the pop-
Continued en Pea* 6 A
"3ewish Floridian
Combining THt JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 45 Number 28
Miami, Florida Friday, July 14, 1972
Two Sections
Price 20 cents
General POW Exchange A Possibility
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
unexpected visit to Cairo of
President Hafez Assad of Syria
Sunday may indicate an attempt
by the Damascus regime to per-
suade Egyptian President An-
war Sadat to agree to a general
prisoner-of-war exchange with
Israel, sources here said.
The speculations stemmed
from Syria's known eagerness to
have h Brigadier General and
four ecionels captured during an
Israeli raid into Lebanon June
21 returned. Israel has said it
m would consider returning the
' five high ranking intelligence of-
ficers only within the frame-
work of a general POW ex-
change that would include Is-
raeli prisoners held by Damas-
cus and Cairo.
Israel holds 45 Syrians, 61
Egyptians and five Lebanese
POWs which It Is prepared to
exchange for three Israeli pilots
shot down over Syria and ten
Israeli pilots and other military
personnel held by Egypt.
Damascus has been making
unusual efforts to get its five of-
ficers returned and. along with
Lebanon, has asked for another
meeting of the U.N. Securiiy
Council for the purpose. The Se-
curity Council's June 26 resolu-
tion censuring Israel for its raid
against terrorists bases in T^eb-
anon e'emanded the immediate
release of the Syrian officers.
Mr. Assad flew to Cairo on his
way home from Moscow and mot
with Mr. Sadat for three hours
in closed session. Their talk was
described officially as concern-
ing the "battle of the Arab na-
tions against Israel" and the re-
sults ot his Moscow visit.
It was disclosed that the Is-
raeli government consulted with
the families of the 13 Israeli
POWs in Egypt and Syria be-
fore adopting its stand, which
Insists on a general POW ex-
change.
The Israeli Army Chief of
Staff. Gen. David Elazar. report-
edly explained personally to
each of the families why Israel
refused a Syrian offer to ex-
change the three pilots for the
five intelligence officers and the
families were said to have
agreed with the government's
stand. The Foreign Ministry
meanwhile was reported to have
been in contact with the Syrian*
Lebanese request for a council
meeting on the POW issue.
Sources here expressed confi-
dence that the Israel position
was viewed sympathetically by
the Western members and saw
a sign of this in the apparent
difficulties the Syrians are en-
countering In New York in fix-
ing a date for a Security Coun-
cil meeting.
It is believed here that the
Western European states that
drafted the June 26 resolution
censuring the Israeli incursion
into Lebanon are reluctant to
hold another council session and
unwilling to support Syria's de-
mand for a strong resolution in-
cluding sanctions on the POW
issue.
Belgium and Italy have told
the Syrians that they interpret
the June 26 resolution as en-
tailing an exchange of prison-
ers, not merely repatriation of
the five Syrian officers. Sources
here believe that Syria's strenu-
ous effort on behalf of the offi-
cers indicates that they are well
connected in Damascus. Syria
had repeatedly rejected earlier
Israeli offers of a POW ex-
change involving Syrian prison-
ers of lesser rank.
PFLP Planning Another
Parcel Bomb Campaign?
JERUSALEM (JTAI Police
Superintendent Mordcchai Tavur,
: who wprned that Israel may "ie
| facing a new wave of parrel
i bomb;- mailed by Arab terror-
lists to prominent persons bo'h
| here and abroad, said a booby-
t rapped parcel bomb that was
defective may have caused ihe
explosion that killed QhnSSSn
Kanafar.i, a spokesman and
propagandist for the Popular
rront for the Liberation of Pal-
estine, outside his home in a
3eirut suburb Saturday.
Mr. Tavor said the PFLP, an
(tremist terrorist group whose
nost recent outrage was tne
lay SO Ly*da Airport massacre,
ay he planning a repetition of
heir parcel bomb campaign of
ii\ months ago. At that time an
iraeJi policeman was kill - ning one of IS parcels mailed
urn Europe to people in Israel.
Mr. Kanafani was killed as
entered his car. The b'a-.t
Iso killed his niece. Superin-
pndent Tavor said his parcel
Brnb theory was based on tne
Jscovcry by Beirut police of a
ip of paper near the wrecked
ir with the inscription. "Com-
|imcnts of the Israel Embassy
Copenhagen." He raid the
grists affixed such slips to
eir booby traps to make sure
the recipient would open the
parcel.
Mr. Tavor said the slips we-e
printed by the thousands and
ware easy to come by. and noted
that Kanafani's wife is a Dane
and his brother, a press pho*ij-
rapher, lives in Denmark.
The Israeli ambassador in Co-
penhagen. Moshe Leshcm, dis-
missed as "ridiculous and ab-
surd" claims by the PFLP that
his embassy had anything to do
with Kanafani's death. "Some-
body Is trying to divert atten-
tion from the real guilty part*-,"
Ambassador Leshem told Dan-
ish reporters.
El Fatah Chief Yassir Arafat
threatened "terrible vengence
against Israel" for Kanafaru's
death this week. Speaking as
chairman of the Palestine Lib-
eration Organization in Beirut.
Mr. Arafat said. "The enemy
should be hit with blows to
shake the entir* Zionist entity."
The PFLP denounced the BBC
correspondent in Beirut as an
"employee of Israel" for having
suggested that Kanafani's kill-
ing may have been an assassina-
tion stemming from internecine
strife between the PFLP and
rival terrorist groups.
Cabinet Permits NRP To Abstain
From Vote On 'Who Is A Jew' Bill
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
Cabinet disposed of one as-i.vt
of a looming government crisis
Sunday when it formally agre.d
to allow the National Religious
Party to abstain when the Knes-
set votes on an amendment to
the Law of Return specifying
conversions for prospective im-
migrants
But the major test facing Pie-
mier Golda Meir's coalition gov-
ernment is the Independent Lib-
eral Party's limited civil mar-
riages bill. The Labor Party and
the NRP indicated today that
they would' rely on their major-
ity in the Knesset presidium to
postpone a vote on the contro-
versial measure. But the ILP
said it would press for a vote
before parliament recesses at the
end of this month, even if it
means appealing to the Supreme
Court.
The difficulties with the NRP
were solved following a five-
hour session Thursday night
when the Labor Party agre-d
to authorize Premier Melr to
allow the NRP to abstain.
The Religious Party insisted
that it could not possibly op-
pose the measure introduced by
Agudat Israel MK Shlomo Lor-
incz, which contains the phrase
"according to halacha" (religious
law i. The measure is popularly
known as the "Who Is A Jew?"
bill. The NRP leadership an-
nounced however that the
party's 12-man Knesset fac'.;un
would abstain when it came to
a vote.
The Cabinet has voted down
a proposal by Tourism Minister
Moshe Kol of the ILP that all
coalition parly MKs be per-
mitted to vote their conscience
on the Lorincz bill.
Mr. Kol was backed by Ma-
pam ministers Victor Shemtov
and Nathan Peled. His hid would
have created a precedent for the
civil marriages bill. One of the
main problems facing the Labor
Alignment is to convince its
Mapam constituents to support
the government In opposing the
latter.
Mapam is still committed by
a majority decision of its politi-
cal bureau to vote for the meas-
ure introduced by former Attor-
ney General Gideon Hausner.
The veteran Mapam leadership
is trying to persuade the pa--ty
members to observe coali'ion
discipline. But younger, more
radical elements have appar-
ently taken the helm-
Labor Party circles said that
while Mrs. Meir is prepared to
tolerate absention by Mapam
she could not agree to their
total defiance of the govern-
ment implicit In a vote for the
measure. Mrs. Meir has said she
would e'issolve her government
In that event, precipitating early
elections.
Continued on Page 6-A
Relatives Of Bomb
Suspect Arrested
TEL AVIV (JTA> Security
forces have arrested the father
and brother of Emile Joumaa, a
25-year-old terrorist wrho was
badly burned last week while
assembling a bomb in the pub-
lic lavatory at the Natanya bus
terminal.
The arrests were made after
a search of the Joumaa home in
Tulkarem yielded explosives and
detonating devices. Police have
released 39 suspects detained at
Natanya after the incident.
Mr. Joumaa, who recently
served six months of a two-year
prison sentence for El Fatah
activities, was rushed to a hospi-
tal July 4 after he ran from the
bus terminal with his clothes
aflame. He was identified as a
terrorist from papers found on
him which included instructions
on how to make a bomb.
Police said he was planning to
plant a bomb somewhere in the
bus terminal when the powder
caught fire, igniting his clothes.
Damage to the lavatory was
minor.


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Friday, July 14, 1972
?.fcf rf ffvsseff
*hon-A-Thon Efforts To
rind Up 1972 Campaign
Time months ago. the
. > ration's Leadership Cabinet
of 100 placed a cail to Guv-
jiei Shapiro, a Jewish po'iti-
cal activist in Moscow.
They reached Shapiro .
and I hey were cut off Just a<
i Iv-y asked i( repro*Mor
agabttt Jews in Russia was
increasing.
Since that time. Mr. Sha-
piro has Ixvn married !o an
American social worker, ar-
rocted, jailed and released
I ic-ndin? trial on dMCges
iiich have yet to he made
public.
VVhJIi eormnunit) efforts ore directed toward making the
mocratic Convention n peaceful one," said Harry A. (Hap)
. y. 1972 chairman of the Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
tcj Fund campaign, "there i> no peace for those who .ire
i v.: : about Mr, Shapiro. There i no peace for the families
thora who were massacred .-it Israel's Lod Airport. There i-
peace in Isvm .
"For this reason we are goiug hack to our telephones." Mr.
j e'i.d in th- next three weeks we will be calling mem-
o; the oommunitj who made pledges to our campaign lust
ii. but who have not yel made their 10T_' pledge."
The major Phon-A-Thon effort i- being set up in the Fcdera-
Iding, 4200 Biseaync Blvd., to wind up the 1972 camoaign,
icadj thi mo-i successful in Miami's history,
"Our goal i- both realistic and attainabk Federation ;> -si-
il Robert Russell elmed. "and we will not close the cam-
gn until we reach it."
The CJA-IEF campaign i tin major fund-raisins effoii of
Jewish community. Moni< collected go to the support o'
leration's .'IS local, national an.' overseas beneficiary agencies.
"Map" Lt*y
Ken Myers Files
For Reelection In
Senate District 37
State Sen. Kenneth M. Mversj
iD-Mlami). has filed for reelec-
'.iin u. Sonata DUtrici.37.
Sen. Myers, 39, an attorney and
i native Miamian. has been se-
lected in the last thiw const cu-
tlvc sessions as one of the most
valuable members of the Senati.
Chairman of the Senate Com-
mittee on Health. Welfare and
institution*, the chief snonor ot
several major pieces of legisla-
tion, including the Health Main-
: tenance Organization Act, the
I the Comprehensive Alcoholism Pre-
, vent ion. Control and Treatment
I \et. the Community Mental Health
I Center Act. ami the Florida Air
I and Water Pollution Control Vet
he has served eight years in the
legislature.
Dermer Files For Seat In United States Congress
fc> Dermer has filed fov ht* I Biacayue Blvd., is a former exalted
jus. oi Representative* seat ruler of the Miami Beach EUu
rci the nth District subject to Lodge, and was an active leader of
September Democratic ri- ihe Miami Jaycees,
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been announced.
The Israel Tourist office. East-
ern Air Lines. LI Al Israel Air-
lines, and Foreign Tours groups.
j under the sponsorship of the Jew-
ish National Fund, have combined
j to bring some of the top talent
1 from Israel here under the direc-
tion of producer Shmuel Fershko.
The show will feature Aris San
and his group, the Yemenite Trio
with Sara Aviani. and Dahlia, the
"Spirit of Israel."
Tickets may be obtained at the
Jewish National Fund office, 420
Lincoln Rd.
p> a former mayor ol Miami
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PART II THE PASSIONATE MOVEMENTS
What Happened To The Revolution?
Utiuuntr
By MAX i.i:km:i:
NEW YORK, N. Y. The
rthree passionate movements of
the 1960s the antiwar marches,
the black movements, the
carrfpus revolts still evoke
deep feelings but no longer hold
to the center of the stage. Each
of them aimed at a radical
change in the power structure.
Each tried to use the students
1o that end. Kach stirred Up the
dust, each achieved some imme-
diate objectives, none got its
Jong-range ones.
As for the hard-core revolu-
tionaries, they stopped at noth-
ing in either aim or means, and
achieved nothing. I include the
SDS, the Weatherman, Yippies,
Black Panthers. They fed on the
antiwar mood, the frustrations,
the enragements, the absolutes.
Their tactic was to identify with
each passionate movement
blacks, the students, militant
women, the march on the Pen-
tagon, the Chicago convention
demonstrations and push it to
extremes.
IN A TIME of violence, they
increased the violence they fed
on. They developed a mystique
of violence, as if there were
.something cleansing in it of
and for itself. At one point, in
the case of the Weatherman,
they even used the terrorism of
bombing, in the tradition of the
Russian nihilists.
It was a short-lived, if lurid.
chapter of the '60s. It got no-
where. Its extremism hoomc-
ranged and made every militant
movement harder. Partly it fell
victim to a |>olicy of contain-
ment by the authorities which
at times became repressive, but
which never reached a full-scale
repression. Mainly it ran afoul
of the rage it set in motion
among the large mass of ordi-
nary people.
TI1K ANTIWAR movement
hasn't ended the war, but it
kept L. B. J. from running
again, put Nixon on the defen-
sive and helped McGovern on
his road to the nomination.
Mostly it sparked the other at-
tacks on the power structure,
gave a special |>assion to the
passionate movements and
served as their accelerator and
multiplier. Its chief effect, how-
ever, was the erosion of author-
ity all through the society, for
war itself is actually the enemy
of all authority, and eats away
respect for law and the social
fabric.
The movement of the blacks
(and this applies to some other
ethnic movements as well) had
three aspects. One was revolu-
tionary nationalism. It exploited,
if it didn't spark, the inner city
riots. It hurt itself badly by a
violence of brother against
brother. There seems to be a
law of fractional revolutionary
politics that the violence turns
inward and becomes fratricide.
In the and, the black people
themselves rciected it.
A PROFESSOR of pan-Afri-
can studies. J. K. Obatala, wrote
recently in the Los Angeles
Times that "there never was a
black revolution" in the '60s,
that it was mostly radical rheto-
ric and symbolism and that "the
campuses continued to be train-
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second aspect of the black move-
ment the prideful assertion
of black identity, which doesn't
have to be either separatist or
violent in order to have meaning
for young blacks and give them
a new sense of self-confidence.
Malcolm X and Martin Luther
King Jr. became folk heroes not
because one was a revolutionary
and the other a champion of
nonviolence, but because both of
them touched a deep even re-
ligious pride of identity in
their jH'ople. To call that "middle
class" is to narrow it unneces-
sarily.
Tin: THIRD as|>ect is the
concrete gains that the black
movements have made econ-
omic, legal, political, educa-
tional. As I interpret what en-
grosses the black students today
in their studies, it is not to be-
come "middle class" or "con-
servative" but to consolidate
these gains and push them all
the way to a de facto equality
in the whole of American life.
For the students as a whole,
white as well as black, the col-
lege revolution brought some
concrete gains in a constitu-
tional restructuring of power on
the campus. But when the dis-
ruptions of college life by a mi-
nority became extreme, the
large student majority got
either angry or bored with them
or both.
The thrust of reality reas-
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le 45
3 AB 5732
Number 28
lergers A Sign Of The Times
For most synagogues this is the time of the year when
sre are stirrings of interest in affiliation despite the
ler doldrums. The past several years, however, hav9
3t been happy ones for reasons that axe not as yet clear.
Srninishing membership and increasing deficits are plain
far too many.
A sign of the times is that establishment of new Con-
rvative and Reform synagogues in the United States is
ually non-existent and that the merger of an increasing
1 er of synagogues a new development in American
' life has been taking place in recent years Not
dy is the synagogue building boom of the last two
lecades over, but actual attrition in their number is taking
:e as the result, it would seem, of a slutting population
the pressure of economics inflation and unemploy-
Dent.
One of the unusual features in the merger development
that several have involved Conservative and Reform
sngregations and a number of others cutting across what
irould seem to be ideological grounds are in the works. It
as been apparent for some time, even among some of the
ibbinate, that the new generation of Reform and Conserva-
tive Jews are not as concerned with denominational dif-
ferences as their forebears. It is too early to forecast a trend,
l>ut those interested in the future of liberal American Juda-
are watching the signs with great interest today.
[Forman's Appointment A Tribute
Jewish communal workers are known for their mobility
Ibut even with that knowledge it is with deep regret that
Iwe note the departure of one who has left his mark on our
I community. Robert P. Forman, who has served as associate
[executive vice president of Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
Ition, is one of those about whom it can be said that the
I growth and development of our Federation during the past
10 years has been due in great measure to his quiet yet
forceful commitment to the Jewish people in every aspect
[ of their lives.
Bob Forman leaves Miami to take one of the most
important positions in the field of Jewish social welfare in
this country. That he was chosen for this post is, in itself, a
tribute to his competence as a professional and, one may
add, to his warmth as a human being.
Religion Issue Plagues Government
While public opinion surveys reveal that a largp
majority of Israelis favor civil marriage where the Orthodox
rabbinate refuses to perform a marriage ceremony because
of religious tradition, the issue remains a sensitive political
one that threatens the unity of the country. Involved are
not only the religious parties but others in the coalition
which see the legalization of civil marriage as a matter of
principle which can no longer be put aside.
The entire issue of religion in Israel, particularly the
rights of Conservative and Reform rabbis, is one wh'ch
continues to plague the government at a time when its
attention must be devoted to more critical problems. Some-
howand soon intelligent Jews must come together as
a people to whom survival is more important than power.
Hours: A Valuable Contribution
Voice power male and female is needed to bring
in those dollars lying out there which will make the 511
million goal of the 1972 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund campaign. A few hours one day on the
telephone at Federation would be a very valuable contri-
bution in itself.
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH km?
WASHINGTON The chair-
man of the Senate Democratic
campaign committee recently
subjected the Senate Demo-
cratic policy committee to whit
is beginning to be called the
"McGovern shock." He warned
his colleagues bluntly that the
Democratic Party could very
easily lose control of the Senate
as the first price of a race be-
tween Sen. George McGovern
and President Nixon.
To be sure, the campaign
committee's chairman. Sen. Er-
nest F. Hollings. comes from
UaBataaaaaaaaSMaaaaaaMaaaaMaaaSaaaaaaaal
Carolina.
South Carolina. But "Fritz"
Hollings is an able, moderate
man with many friends in all
factions of his faction-ridden
party. His warning was also
based on the most exhaustive
soundings in all the states in
which control of the Senate is
at stake.
GOD KNOWS, it is entirely
possible that Sen. Hollings is
dead wrong. There are two
brand-new factors in this elec-
tion. Sen. McGovern has a quite
unprecedented nationwide or-
ganization. Then, too, there is
the great increase of young vot-
ers whom the McGovern or-
ganizers count for their own.
With two such novel factors in
play, none but fools can be cer-
tain of the outcome.
The real question about Sen.
Hollings' warning, if you get
right down to it. is whether the
normal political storm signals
are still dependable.
SUPPOSE, however, that all
the experienced Democrats in
all the key states are still able
to judge their own constitu-
encies. On that supposition the
Hollings warning to the horri-
fied Senate Democratic policy
committee has to be taken most
seriously.
The painstaking soundings
taken by the people working for
Sen. Hollings show no less than
eight currently Democratic
Senate seats in different degrees
of danger. Some are just in dan-
Continued en Pag" 12-A
COMMENT
by EDWARD t'OHEN
The preliminaries to the De-
mocratic National Convention
have turned Miami Beach into
a giant movie screen for me.
There's a drama taking place
that makes the battles over cre-
dentials, rules, platform and no-
mination in that prescribed
order seem almost anti-cli-
mactic if you're looking at it the
way I have been these past
weeks.
INSIDE the lush hotels, on
yachts anchored handily near-
by, at spacious homes surround-
ed by acres of well-kept land,
the rich and influential make
their presence known as they
drink and eat their fill of exotic
foods and drinks.
The Katz family of Pittsburgh
entertains hundreds of import-
ant people, as do the Mitcnell
Wolfsons of Miami Beach, all
under the direction of Angier
Biddle Duke who plans these
things for \isiting diplomats
here to see American democracy
at work. The Maurice Ferres
have some folks at their estate.
Delegates, most of them not
rich but now influential, get the
royal treatment. And in hotel
rooms large and small the candi-
dates, or their very important
supporters, are making the li-
quor and food people hereabouts
very happy.
Then the cameras cut away
and bring us the scenes in liv-
ing brown of the tents in Flam-
ingo Park, the hairy, scruffy
street people wandering about
with their signs and leaflets, or
bedding up on floors in homes
or borrowed churches and syna-
gogues playing out their com-
mitment to be charitable. To the
poor, many, and to the many
young who for their own rea-
sons have chosen to act as if
they were poor.
THE SCREEN, then, displays
an almost frightening memory,
as if recalling those scenes from
movies which brought the
French Revolution to life
something we can bear to see
now or the Russian Revolu-
tion, too close to our times not
to strike fear. A reporter mov-
ing from the parties on upper
Collins avenue to Resurrection
City No. 2 a short distance away
is reminded of Marie Antoin-
ette's historic declaration "Let
them eat cake".
If there is anything of per-
manence coming out of this
Democratic Convention, I am
convinced, it is that the poor are
going to have a voice in our
society that will have to be re-
ckoned with. Forty years of
failure to deal honestly and in-
telligently with the problem
have brought us to a point
where it will have to be re-
solved.
AND THAT goes whether it
is a Republican or a Democrat
elected in November for, it may
surprise some who consider
George McGovern the big wel-
fare radical, his program of re-
form is separated from Pres-
ident Nixon's only by degree
and emphasis.
The leadership of the poor
has been strong, outspoken and
daring. It may be that the more
sympathetic atmosphere to be
found at a Democratic Conven-
tion has emboldened it. and the
real test may come next month
in the confrontation with the
tougher Republicans. It will be
worth watching.
BIT IF IT were only the poor
involved, the screen would be
empty in a short time. There
are many other actors in this
drama of change: the racial mi-
norities, women's lib. old li-
berals and the new left re-
conciled to working within the
system for now peaceniks
and populists, and a high per-
centage of educated upper mid-
dle class who have always form-
ed the intellectual and financial
basis for radical or revolution-
ary change in the fact of what
might be called their class in-
terests.
It's a new coalition that can-
not be ignored if it hangs to-
gether.
ACCORDING to Jean-Fran-
cois Reveal, (the French writer
who not too long ago wrote a
book in which he claimed that
the new America had already
begun "Without Marx or Je-
sus," there is only one question
on today's agenda: "Will the
American political system, the
American Constitution manage
to mint a new society or will
they be blown up by the endless
American crisis?"
Mr. Reveal says that only if
Sen. McGovern is elected will
the basic changes needed have
a chance of occurring legally.
"If Mr. Nixon is re-elected", he
writes, "complete distintegra-
tion has even more of a chance
of occurring, also legally. But
then, since problems have to be
solved in one way or another,
violence will spread throughout
the country violent revolu-
tions have always been substi-
tutes for peaceful ones, except
they usually fail and leave a
country ruined and ready for
dictatorship."
Something, it strikes me. that
would be the last picture -how.


Friday, July 14. 1972
+Jewlst\ ncrkSaan
i
Page 5-A
New Directors Named
By Hebrew Academy
Nan is of directors and trustees '
of the Greater Miami Hebrew
Academy atottadtd serve for the
1972-73 academic year were an-
nounced this week by Irving Fir-
tel, president, and B. I. Binder,
chairn an of the board.
Those selected will concentrate
their work on the celebration, be-
ginning in December of the 25th
anniversary of the establishment
of the Hebrew Academy, Mr. Bin-
der saiii.
Mr. Firtel noted that many of
those < lected to the board are rep- |
resentJitive of the new and young-
er leadership of Dade County's
fast-growing Jewish community.
With work nearing completion
on the new junior and senior high
school building, preliminary re-
gistration for the fall tcim is un-
der way, according to Rabbi
Alexander S. Gross, principal.
Rabbi Gross and campaign
chairman Louis Merwitaer urged
community-wide support for a
SI.100 000 fund-raising drive that
is still more than S230.000 short of
its goal.
Director* In.'lud- Albert Beer. Zvl
Bergei Herman B*rk. Murray Berk-
ouitr, Uuiiin Blacker. Adolf Blank,
lir Noiman Bl<>m. TVd Hndin, Carl
Brnndow, Shenard Broad, Dr. Lewi*
A. Hunim, Hyman I'hnbner. Irwi'.l
Christie, Norman Ciment and Alan
Cohen
AlM Harry Cohen. Louis Cohen.
l:,.l.,!t Cohen, l'.iviil CoU-man. M;i.\
Deakter, Loula DeCoveny, Jay lu-i-
mer, Gabriel Deutsclt, J. '......ird
Diamond, Dov Dunaevsky. Millon
Ehrenrelch, ai>- Ei.-onbiix. Barr)
Elgetobera, Robert Kntin and Mat-
i!. iv UttTnger.
Aln Morris Fisher, Mayahe Fried-
berK, Seymour Friend, Hyman Qal-
bui. Abe Oelfand, George Qoldbloom,
Milton Qoldman, Maurice Qoldrlnc,
Peter Goldiins Qerald Gordon, Sam
Gordon, William Gordon, Carol Oreen-
i' ra and Jack Greenbera.
Also Myron Qreenbenr. l.eo'.iard
Qrlts, Henry Gntadan, Mas Qutmattn.
Moreno Habir. Dr. Joseph Harris,
Bheldi i Heuer, Dr. Burton s. mj -
nan, Joseph H Kanter, Norman Kas-
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net, Hyman Koiko and .Murray
tworeti
Ais. Bllison Kosoff, Rev. Joseph
Kranti Rabbi Ehurene Labovlts, Sam
l.eii', Raobi David Leurfleid, ben
i. vine, Dr. Morton Lieoerman, Dr. Mor-
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l.i.-...- t-UKene iMoeea, Morris Moss,
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' Jewish fk>ridfor)
Friday. July 14, 1972
McGovern Group Makes
'Right' Moves Early
i iMithiui-il from Pagw I-A
ulation Jewish families ap-
pear To b,' tliv*'6rity ones rttrli.fJ'
iii_' tn b zero population pattern.
This appears to bo borne out ")j
the recent Now York primary
election*.
Buaww o( <.hr'vl r":inr-
ti,.1111.Ml l>> i;-| llllli< :!!!, t\VO
I the pit1 Kill Jutli CoBfjnU*
ni-Tl 141-1 ttfW tt-.lto tO II'lll-
Jr\\< :ilt liinii.ii. it it is :in>" 0 >n-
Hulatioii. one ot them l* married
t> ttif late IlfiiHTt l.<-himu'*
^riiiiiliiit't'e aii.1 effftlvrly mmmI
hi- rrii-ii Kiili.-I, t -tVrtivitVni ilnrint: hf.
. Miii|i:ii^n.
Activlt) during the Demo-
cratic Convention would indi-
cate, however, that the font's
mas mature. Such m n
is Sen. Ribicoff, Howard M't-
/ nbaum. Prank Mnnkiev i z,
ivonii n b< < 51 iria S i lot m and
Betty r It Ian and manv othar*
loo numerous to mention, of
i. s---r nnd even greater bwM't-
nnce 1 Phin the seem -. plav.
major roles here and will In tiie
fon seeablc future.
An nii|>ii>iti' view of itiminish-
Imc -lewisii power waa obvfcuwlv
..tikktrii U,s, m<- of (,c>rC,. Wiil-
laeo'- FlnrMit Mawtaa dU-
tiirtwil bv the poaalMlHy ol a
fjeonte McGovetw vtetory, l*?-
*M* i IIKTaMm Rep. Shirley
Chihlioiin for viee pmaMowl on
the tieket. the uiidh>?Ui>ed l>i;nt
from T'ort Lamlerdale i n
< ihin-1 mu'ln nn elthei ol liU'-ks
or J>"w > Saminv DhvIs .Ir.
mv -HMhuo-HHdor ti Ipael. Wall ii nviv not be an :iui -
Sen>:ti- but he eertai'Uv attr:i"t->
them to Ms side anil lKteninc
to rti'iii aMP*Ni th* hoteK and
i",.\ i'nH..i> Hall ha* a fairly
ehillins effect.
The Rev. Jesse L. Jackson,
who It emonjjrj*! here is o".' >'
t'->" re in"">'"ta"i l>!n"'< lend-
ers h<"*>"-o of n Ve-n nVttVO
"erceotlvenees, showed why he
ic .! r-o'i Merorl, "Blacks" he
-:iH. "have '."> to '>e just 'i'e
lev s. So Witter who wins -!-e
si.it > of Israel is in." A thou I"
for some of our concerned p -
r>|o to n'av with.
NRP Allowed To Abstain
From Lorincz Bill Vote
ontiiiiii'il from Taffe 1-A
Xiitiii i Hit- ll.m-.iiiT nor the
LotiaOZ bills are considered likely
ti para. Bat ocpordins; to Aha-
ron Vadlin. the I.ilmr Party's
aeoretory general, Ma pan sup-
port ot the Haiisni-r Mil would
destroy th. coalition. The bill
BTOVtdM tor dvil marralires in
eatt s where rellKhwi marriage
i- ileuiitl by tin- rabbinati- on
halaehlc ground*.
Yitzhak Golan an II.P Kit -<-
-. t mi mbcr, said that Premier
Meir I-.'.- tried to justify her
ai>peal to the II.P to agree to a
postponement on the grounds
that by the time the Knesset re-
convenes next fall. Rabbi Shlonio
Goren will have been elected
Ashkcnazic chief rabbi and would
soh pressing halaehic prob-
lems such as those of unmarri-
ageables. But his party is not
convir xd.
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bi Goren will he elected or mil
he will be able to withstand pres-
sure from other rabbis even if
he is." the UK said.
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The Florida Regional Office of
the Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai li'rith called u|>on delegates
to the Democratic National Con-
vention to honor the letter and [
spirit of assurances which the |
League had received earlier this j
"year from Lawrence O'Brien, i
chairman of the Democratic Na- '
tional Committee, that Democrats !
"would not wish to hold any meet- ;
Ings" in private clubs in the Mi- :
ami Beach area which maintain '
discriminatory membership pol- i
icios.
The ADL office in Miami is- I
B'nai B rith Post |
Is Not An Official
B.B. Publication
i
The publication usins the name,
"B"nai B'rith Post" which is pres- I
entiy soliciting advertising and j
business in this area is not affili-
ated with nor in any way spon-
sore-' hv the B'nai B'rith Lodges,
according to an announcenunt
inaue jointly by Howard Neu,
president of the B'nai B'rith dun-,
cil of South Florida Lodges, and
Bert Brown, president of the Flor-
ida State Association of B'nai
B'rith.
Neither the state association .ior
the local council has an official
publication, and advertisers should
not be misled into believing that
the publication in question has rnv
official standing, the two oresi-
e'ents said.
According to informants. \he
"B'nai B'rith Post" is being pro-
duced by New Vista Associates.
r."blishers of the Jewish Home For
The Aged Voice, Disabled Ameri-
can Veterans' Voice and the Flor-
ida United Labor Digest, which is
operating out of offices at 1175
NE 125th St.. North Miami.
Wm. Martin Seeks Judgeship
William C. Martin, past president
of the Dade County Bar Ass Na-
tion, will seek the Circuit Court
post In Dade County's Group 5. (A
vacancy was created by the re-
cent death of Judge John J. Xe-
hoe.' He attended the University
of Florida. University of Miami and
George Washington University,
sued its statement in response to f
requests they have received re-:
garding the policy of the tX-:no-j
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?Jew islh ttbrkM&n
Page 7-A,
1973 District Grand Lodge No. 5
Convention Set In Miami Beach
The delegates voted to hol.1 the
1973 convention June 23-26 at iho
Carillon Hotel, Miami Beach, dur-
ing the 106th annual convention
of B-nai B'rftfc.^Ptetrtct .G.-apd
Lo?ig9 No. 5 June 17-20 in Wash-
ington, D.C.
'Die delegates also ejected Hnrrv
Rulniek of Fayetteville, N.C.. a*
president for the 1972-73 teim
Serving with Mr. Rulniek \vi'l he
Louis Osinsky Jr.. Daytona Beach,
president-elect; Dr. A. J. Kmviin.
Columbus, Ga., first vice pr*sid"'t
Stanley A. Gertzman, Charlotte,
N.C. second vice president. Mid
Leonard Stein. Silver Spring, MA,
third vice president-treasurer.
More than fiO") delegates, alter-
nates and guests atterv" -d th c in-
vention which was held Jointly
with the B'nai B'rith Women Dis-
trict Five. Tlie Men's Grand Lolge
has over i7,coo members in the
States of Maryland, Virginia,
North an i South Carolina. Geor-
gia, Florida and the District of
Columbia. The district is admin-
istered from Atlanta. Ga., undei
the supervision of Arnold D. Elli-
son, executive vice president.
.lay Markowitz of Tampa, now
Junior past rwesi:'cn of the dis-
trict, presided over the convention
as the concluding duty o( his term |
as district president.
Among the highlights of the con-
vention was the ojvning night ad-
dress by Rabbi Benjamin Kalu. ol
Washington, D.C, executive vice
president of B'nai B'rith. Rabbi
Kahn dealt with problems facing
the Jewish people and humanity
and focused on the relevancy of
B'nai B'rith in today's world. The
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[ interest address by Rabbi Richard
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""'fronting our college youth to-
day.
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I business matters, the convention
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amounting to S1S&000. The dele-
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national problems.
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Jen1st fhwidttart
Friday. July 14, 1972
Nixon's Mid-East Stance
'Maliciously Reported9
Bv LEON J. K.I-I
Member National RepabUcaa
Advisory Board
A recent article thai
the Washington Post under the
le "Nixon Wool Jewish Voters,"
.- to show how any stand taken
I : President in the interest of
far country is maliciously re-
orted b.. the press implying poli-
tical overtones.
Lest that dastardly innuendo
given credence, permit me to
iirate an incident that will con-
vincingly controvert the implica-
tion that the President's stand on
the Mid Kastern conflict is
prompted to get the Jewish vote.
Mr. Nixon's position is based up-
|on a firm conviction that a mili-
Itarily strong and economically
viable Israel is necessary to the
[best interests of the United
[States. This conviction is rein-
Iforced by his sense of historic jus-
[tice and fairness for the Jewish
[ people.
In September 1960, this writer
I discussed with Mortimer May.
former president of the Zionist Or-
ganization of America, the advis-
ability of bringing together na-
tional Jewish communal leader-
ship for an official participation in
behalf of Mr. Nixon's 1960 cam-
paign. Mr. May suggested that
this matter be discussed with Sen.
Javits of New York, who was
then vacationing at the Fontaine-
Lleau Hotel.
We met with the Senator and
he promised to helped in getting
together a group of Jewish leader-
ship, and as a result of his efforts
22 Jewish leaders attended a din-
given for Mr. Nixon in the
Mayflower Hotel, Washington,
D.C. Among those present were
Max Fisher of Detroit, Barney
Balaban of New York. Mendel Sil-
erg of Los Angeles (a former
law partner of Mr. Nixon), Mr.
May and myself.
At the dinner talle, Mr. Silver-
berg said to Mr. Nixon: "Richard,
why don't you tell the Jewish peo-
ple what you did for them this
year?"
Mr. Nixon replied, "It would not
be honorable to make claim for
their vote because of what I
iiid. My intercession in the matter
was prompted by a conviction that
a strong and viable Israel is nec-
to our interests in the Mid-
dle Last."
Mr. Silverberg said. "Last Janu-
ary, the Treasury Department had
decieled to discontinue allowing
contributions to the United Jewish
Appeal to be tax exempt and the
loaders of the Jewish Agency
were frantic in trying to get some
influential personality to make the
Treasury Department change
their ruling. When I was contact-
ed, I called Mr. Nixon, who was
about to leave for California, and
asked him to intercede in behalf
of the UJA. Mr. Nixon went to
the Treasury Department and
convinced them to again allow
contributions to the UJA to be
exempt."
"I told the Treasury Depart-
ment officials that our adminis-
tration has given Israel $G0 mil-
lion in 19C0 because we want Is-
rael to be militarily anei economi-
cally strong in our own interests
I and that it would be foolish to
courage Individuals from doing
the same," said Mr. Nixon. "As a
' matter of fact, if the individuals
would not help, the United States
would have to give more. I re-
minded them."
At that time, Mr. Nixon asked
that the conversation not be pub-
licized because it might be con-
| strued that he wanted the Jewish
vote as compensation for his ac-
tion, anei that would not be hon-
orable.
i
His refusal to use his interces-
; sion for the purpose of getting
Jewish votes in the 1960 election
enhanced my respect and admira-
tion for Mr. Nixon to the "nth
degree." In all my 50 years of
political work, he was the first
I political office contender I had en-1
1 countered who refused to take ad- i
{vantage of a situation in order to
| get votes.
I repeated the incident and con-
I versation in a letter dated June 3,
1969 to Dr. William A. Wexler,
chairman of the Conference of
Jewish Organizations and Louis
Weinstein, chairman of the Na-
tional Community Relations Ad-
visory Council, and identical let-
ters to all Jewish national com-
i munity leaders.
President Nixon's strong stand
on the Mieldle Kastern situation is
not a vote-getting gimmick but is,
' as it always has been, motivated
by his sincere conviction that a
militarily strong and economically
viable Israel is to the best interest
of our country.
Our President's affirmative
stand on behalf of Israel is de-
finitely not prompted by any
pressure from any one person or
group, as hinted in the Washing-
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Page 9-A
McKnight Recipient Of
President's Club Award
William L. McKnifiht, chairman
of the Hoard of Carrier Race
Course, was honored by a commit-
tee of the B'nai B'rith Founda-
tion for his continuing contribu-
tions to the B'nai B'rith Founda-
tion last week at a special pres-
entation ceremony conducted at
the North Dade oval.
Mr. McKnight received the cov-
eted President's Club Award from
Allan Wilson, State of Florida
chairman of the President's Club
of B'nai B'rith Foundation, Dr.
Michael Sossin. past president of
the South Florida Council and a
member of the President's Club,
and Edward Tumaroff, regional
director of B'nai B'rith Founda-
tion.
The "President's Club" is a se-
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trograms. Their continuing sup-
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ization and B'nai B'rith Voca- ;
tional Service is expressed by a
regular annual gift their prac-
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B'nai B'rith Youth Services in the
South Florida area includes over
800 teenagers affiliated in over 30
boys and girls clubs. The B'nai
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the 12th grades and their advi-
JJehoI.i. I have begun to de-,
[Sihnn and his land beiire I ora- Only 150 persons can be ac-
UI:31).
Midrash comments
and nobles of peopli
guardian angels, and
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Leon Segal 6
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BETH TOV (Temple) 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Cantor Seymour
Hinkes 8
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ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER
Miami. 137 NE 19th Street. Reform
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 10
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Paul J.
Bender, Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
OR OLOM (Temple) 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Cantor Yehouda
Binyamin. 13
The rabbis are quoted as saying tifeheth is~^,!l~o500 n. Miami
that if thc jieople of Israel would Ave- Conservative. Rabbi Maunc*
Klein. 14
8000
In Jewish tradition, the Sab-;
bath is a weekly sample which the
observant Jew is piven to taste, :
resembling this future state of af-!
fairs in the world. The future'
state is described as a world in'
which every day will be like the !
Sabbath. Thus this Psalm has |
been assigned for special recita-!
tion on the Sabbath day.
7055 Bonita Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weoer-
man. 30
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! SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTEP 545
Collins Ave. Rabbi badi Nahmias. 31
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CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. '542-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avr;-or
Groner.
32
eommodatcd. Those who are eli-
ha. giblc and wish to attend may
... (obtain further information at the
ddds: B'nai Raphael office.
BRUSY Randiios in the Inter-
mediate and Senior groups held a
Min.Mim.'m Iron. Its 'Mia* han ...
-"'' "*"' special Summer meeting this week
under the leadershin of Jeff Frie-!
mark and Sheila Trallens, presi-!
do not exact punish nn1
> nation before He tii-
observe two consecutive Sabbaths
the golden ape of the future would
arrive. Hence, the universal ob-
scivance of the Sabbath is the
prerequisite of the achievement
of the eschatalogical period in his-
story. Thus we see another con-
nection between this Psalm and
the Sabbath.
ZION (Temple)
servative. Rabbi
vever powerful a peo >'e--
: and nobs t, thi re is or
five angel of a ixxiple i^an
pals. Ideals that are healthy.
native and life-inducing will
rt their nature to the p pi
KherLshea them.
the same token, ideals that
1 for death and decay will poi-
fhiir bean People car. ere-
V als, but ideals can perTetu-
eoplcs; each is a reflection of
ttther.
fmsider the fast of Tishah
Why was the Hebrew school
of olden times referred to as a
Ylicdcr?"
len's of the Senior and Intirme-
diate groups. All BRUSY meetings
are held at Congregation B^nai in olden times, children were
Raphael. 1401 NW 183rd St. (often sent to the home of the
--------------------------I teacher who would teach them !
Etz Cliailll Officers j *ther privately or in groups. The
Newly elected officers of Etz 'teacner obviously lived in most i
Chaim Congregation, 1542-44
Washington Ave., Miami Beach,
include Morris Brafman. pres-
Miller Rd. Con-
Norman N. Shapiro.
16
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HIAltAH
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E
4th Ave. Conservative. Rah.bi Na-
than Zolondek. 15
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NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. 2?25
NE 125th St. Conservative. Rahbi
Josepph Gorfinkel. Cantor Ben Zion
Kirschenbaum. 35
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MIAMI BIACH
AOr,D.dTox. 'SRAEL 781 C>">* AVf7
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWSH
CENTER, 1720 79th Street Cause-
way. North Bay Village. Conserva-
tive. Rabbi Pnilip Fried. ^-A
NORTH MIAMI BIACH
ADATH YESHURUN (Temple). "325
NE Miami Gardens Dr. Conserva-
tive. Rabbi Milton Schlinsky. Can-
tor Nathaniel Schub. 33
BETH TORAH. NE 164th St. at -Ith
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Cip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 34
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B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183"i St.
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Pu-.-l.
Cantor Jack Lerner. 36
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SINAI (Temple) of NORTH DADE
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rohi
Ralph P. Kingsley. Canter Irving
Shulkes. 37
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SKY LAKE SVNAGOGUE. '815' ME
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jona.- E.
Caplan. 38
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YOUNG ISRAEL OF GRE'."HR
MIAMI 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Naftali Porush. 39
JUDEA .
Reform.
C0RAI GABIES
(Temple). 5500 Granada
3lvd.
40
BETH ISRAEL 770 40th St.
Rabbi Berel Wein.
Orthodox.
18
ident; Hyman Herstein. vice pres-
ident: David Plutner. treasurer,
our great day of moirmmg and Donald S. Beck, secretary.
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Devorim
'These are the words which Moses spoke unto all Israel
[\\on' tho Jordan in the wilderness ." (Chapters l-ll 22)
HISTORICAL RETROSPECT: In the eleventh month of the
Oth year Biter the exodus, Moses delivered his final message to
he new generation. In three farewell addresses, he viewed the
tents of the past, repeated many important laws, and gave
Ludancc for the future.
In his first discourse, Moses recalled how at Mt. Horeb Cod
lad commande-i the Israelis to break camp and be?in the march
bwards their objectioe, thc conquest of Canaan. To assist Moses
kdges a-s well a.s civil and military administrators had been
Irpointed. On arrival at Kadesh-Barnea, the people had i.....
structed to attack Canaan from the south, but disheartened by
Ih report ol the spies, had refuse; to carry out Gods command
ecause of their lack of taith He had decreed that apart from
Caleb and Joshua, only their children would enter the Promised
Land. Although told to turn back into the wilderness they
b:iored Moses' warning against any further defiance of Gods
pill, attacked Canaan and were heavily defeated.
For many years the Israelis had wandered in the desert until
lokl to continue their advance by passing through the Land of
Edam, but not to engage in any hostilities, for the territory of
Edora had been promised to Essaus descendants; nor were they
lo attack the Moabiles and Ammonites, the descendants of I.ot
Silion, the Amorits king who refused to allow them to pas;
through his domain, was defeated in battle and his territory cap.
|t;i:-d. A similar fate overtook Og. king of Bashan. The conquered
Bands were divided among Reuben, Gad and half thc tribe of
Manasseh. provided they assisted their brethren in the conquest
Vf Canaan.
-
BnT,HnHAC2B^ 30' whington Ave.
Orthodox. Habbi Shmaryahu T. Swir.
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches 19
B f.TrHRAPHAEL. - 1545 Jef.
Mrson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab.^antor Saul Breeh. 20
8VJ? ^O'-OM (Temple). -14* Chase I
OantOP David Conviser 21 I
uTi'i'V, Si," ""', ,i:,hl,i "'"'> Jolti
"' ,..S1'"':I; ?: "U It Tim,, t,. r..r-
t Ret. Bsturday 10:48 .- m
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1 B?TJ2 Tr-ILAH 935 Euclid Ave. Or. |
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. HackV
I BtTonVm,EmH Si?*^ CONGREGA-
TION. 843 Meridian Avenue. 22-A
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig. 23
mudost circumstances and cither
his whole abode consisted of one
room or he would use his one
available living room for the room
to teach the children. The place
where the children were thus
taught became known as the
"cheder" which means "the room."
Why do some gravestones
have the emblem of the eevea-
br.iiii I111I candelabrum engraved
on them'.'
The
brum.
seven-branched candela-
known in Hebrew as the
Rabbi Morris Kipper.
----------
ZAMORA (Temple). 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell A.
Berger. 41
SURFSIDf
MOGAN DAVID CONGREG AT. ON.
9293 Harding Ave.. Surfaide Tj'n
Hall. Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D. Vine.
SO
fOKT IAUDMDAU
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 5^7 E. Oak-
land Park Blvd. Rgbbi Ak.va aril-
liant. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
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EMANU-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Park
Blvd. (Reform). Rabbi Arthur J.
Abrams. Cantor Jerome Klement. 43
P0MPAN0 BIACH
SHOLOM (Temple). 132 SE 11th Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. Skop.
Cantor Ernest Sehreiber. 49
MARGATE JEWISH
NW 9th St.
CENTER 6101
hCabbim'ctrf lulv I.,
rccjramt
-lulv Mi
lulv 16
fttlon
Ch. 4. S:::0a.ra. The Flral Estate
(Repeated on Ch. 2. 6:.">n p.m.i
Host: Rev. Luther C Pierce
Topic: "Community Concern"
Guest: Gladys Tanton
Ch. fa>, y:3() .rm Thc Jewish Worship Hour
Host: Rahhi So! Landau, Beth David Congregt;on
Oi. 7. 10 a.m. Thc Still Small Voice
Topic: "Tisha n.V. "
j bol of Jewish identity. Putting it
,on the stone would symbolize the
Jewish identity of the deceased
who lies buried under that stone.
Furthermore, the light which
the Menorah characterized was
representative of the soul of the
Incased which was BUpposed to
be immortal and everlasting like
, the light of the Menorah which
: j traditionally was never exting-
uished but kept burning always.
The candelabrum thus symbolized
| the eternal light of the soul.
I _______________^
j j JWV Appointments
Commander Herbert L. Gop-
I man. Department of Florida, Jcw-
i ish War Veterans, has announced l
j the apimintment of Leon Silver-
j man, quartermaster; Marvin
: Duke, adjutant: Herman Soko-
low. major of the honor guard;
I Ray Shultz, officer of the day;
| and Arthur Lee, service officer for '.
; the coming year.
9
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
3 AB 7:55
*
"AAAr>AnAAAMAAAAAA
1CUAAN SEPHARDIC HEBREW CON. '
GREGATION. 715 Washington Ave- '
hSJ*u'fm' Beach- Rabbi Me,r Ma-
liah Melamed. 23.A
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EIJ1nA,N.U'ES.(TemF,e)- 1701 Waariing.
ton Ae. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. 24
HDrRoVTh hCADIMY 2400 Pi"tree
Or. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross 25
CONG AN.NELL (Branch of Hebrew
Academy). ?th St. and Meridian
HAUANDAIC
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
Rabbi Max J. Weitx. Cantor Rev.
Jacob Danziger. 126 NE 1st Avs. 44
Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abrahai
r) Hid.
JACOB C. COHeTP COMMUNITY
Ben.
25-A
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (Temple). 1351 S "4th Avf.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. 45
Friday vi:, p.m. riueat nucajter, Mr.
Alfred Onlden. will deliver ;. nr-
mnnette: "Tou'v Got to r....\v in
Bomethina."
BETH SHALOM (Temple). 1728 Mon-
roe St Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Irving Gold. 46
SINAI (Temple). 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
Cantor Yehuda Heilbraun. 47
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (Temple). 6920 SW 35th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Avrom Drazin.
Cantor Abraham Koster, 48
Operation Joshua Begins 3rd Year
coll?te
Thousands of traveling
students will have an opportunity
to learn about Israel and her peo-
ple in depth this summer when
they join "Operation Joshua."
A unique summer program In
Israel run by and for college
students, Oj>eration Joshua began
its third year this week.
A SDectaJ project of the Stud -nr
Coordinating Committee for the
Once a student has arrived in
Israel, he can obtain more infor-
mation or retrister for a trip by
visiting the Governmcrt Youth
Hostel, 2 Agron St., Jerusalem or
Egged Tours, 59 Ben Yehuda St..
Tel Aviv.
Looalites In Wael
To Dedicate Hospital
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Olson and
Israel Emergenoy Fund (a divi-, Saul M. Zahel. southeastern di-
,.........^
Thii page is prepared in
cooperation with the Greater
Miami Rabbinical Association.
Coordinator of the features
dpfKjrmj* here is
RABBI MAXWELL BERGER
SpiritiM, Lesder of
Tempk Zomara
Cor.lftabl,,
=1011 or the United Jewish Appeal!
the Oiieratlon Joshua tours take
college students to kibbutzim al >n<-
the Beit Shean Valley, to Immi-
grant absorption centers, develop-
ment towns, and other areas in-
dicative of Israeli life today.
netor of Shaare Zedek Hospital.
participated in the dedication of
the new Shaare Zedek Hospital in
Jerusalem early this week.
Also participating in the cent
i were Mrs. Rose V. Rosentuum,
I who donated the administrator's
! study; Mr. and Mrs. Albert
For just a little more tha-i S3
; any American college student vis. -........-.
j it mt; Israel can join a davs t.->ur : Schachter. who donated two X-
; h,neCh T.C''UdCS 5WUErtaU > : Ray rooms and equipment, and
I lunch. The one-dav truss are rsrtn. i_ .
; ducted Sunday through VVednes-' ""*""" f ,hC Shaa,' ^^
day from July 9 to Auc. 23 HosI)i,al committee in Memphis
and originate from Tel Aviv
i Jerusalem.
and who are donating the Shifra Kut-
ner Cancer Detection Clinic
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Fridcv. July 14. 1972
'Jewish fhridHan
Pagell-A
Bascom Palmer Institute
Receives $1.3 Million Gift
The Bascom Palmer Kye Insti-
|UM i the University of Miami
S<;"' Q* Medicine has received, a
L JF-- "J ?tcl valued in excess of
\ 91.3 million towards expansion of
i facilities for treating eye diseases,
I teaching ophthalmology and con-
L ducting research in the field.
? The antMiymous gift, some 10,-
' 00*' shares of Eastman Kodak
If common stock, was presented to
J the University by a West Palm
1 B> ach woman, widow of a prom-
| Jnent Rochester, N.Y., attorney, in
I memory of her husband.
Dr. Edward W. D. Norton, pro-
fe".or and chairman of the
, Softool's department of ophthalm-
ioji'gy ind director of the Bascom
Palm Kye Institute, said the
Im.mey is allocated speclflcally to-
iWJ-itls the cost of construction of
fa $7 million. 7-story expansion of
thi' present facilities. The site de-
sij'nat1 for the new structure is
across the street from the Eye In-
stitut-? building at 1638 NW 10th
-$A<".. i:v the Medical Center/Jack-
asoi. M-morial Hospital complex.
The Eye Institute, recognized
to.' otia of the foremost eye treat-
ment -enters in the nation, serves
.B.s t.ie principal community
Sapht.hnlmological resource for the
Voluntary anil fulltime faculty of
|the U-M School of Medicine. The
-jEer.ter enjoys an international re-
putation and patients are referred
I
here from all over the world. It
must expand to meet increasing
demands for services, Dr. Norton
said. ,
The primary function of the ex- j
pansion is to increase ambulatory i
care. The associated elaborate di- I
agnostic ami therapeutic aids will j
ue available to all citizens of the '
South Florida community and !
elsewhere through referrals by ]
their own eye specialists, thus
eliminating duplication of expen-'
sive equipment and highly trained ;
technical personnel. In addition, it |
will provide the most modern eye
surgical facilities with accompany-
ing hospital beds specifically de-
signed to meet the unique needs
of eye patients.
JWV President
i Starts Club Year
Lillian Schoen, newly-elected
Ladies Auxiliary president of the
j Department of Florida, Jewish
; War Veterans, will host a brunch
Sunday noon for I-adies Auxiliary
presidents and officers. The affair
will be hel.l at 4801 NW 22nd Ct.
(Laudeihill).
Thursday. July 20. at 7:30 p.m.
Mrs. Schoen will preside at the
first Council of Administration
meeting of the current club year
it the Jefferson National Bank,
".01 Arthur Godfrey Rd.. Miami
Beach.
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INVESTIGATIONS
ALL TYPES
PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL
Santana
Investigations
1 vil S.W. 1st St. 0\ \-i6T> Miami
%
National Awards
Won By Students
At Hfflel School
Two student-; at Hillel Commun-
ity Day School have received
a war in a, national conteH of
creative wrftfhg snonaared bv R-'-H j
Magazine which Ls printed by the i
Xerox Corporation through their j
department of American Eduoa-1
tion Publications.
Andrea Weiss. 13, daughter of i
Mr. and Mrs. Mel Weiss, 1321 NW '
17!th Ter., who has completed her \
MOOnd year at Hillel. and Jeff.-ey |
Newman. 12, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Newman of (i.j5 NE L80th I
St., North Miami Beach, who ha*: j
completed his first year, were
named national winners pror to
the closing of the school year.
Their mo "em verse and CTsay
were submitted unknown to them i
by their language arts instructor ]
Mrs. Norman Mussman, who is'
also the student council advisor.
Both Andrea and Jeffrey hive
been instrumental in the foTna-
tion of the Hillel Student Council
which has been in effect for one
year. Andrea served as its first ,
president and helped to form its,
constitution. Jeffrey served as it' :
vice president.
Under their lea:' rship. the i
Student Council raised S270 bv
conducting two fund-raising events j
for the entire student body -
Purim Carnival and a swim patty.
The council intends to purchase an j
overhead projector and aporta
equipment for the school with the,
money raised through its prolocts.
Senior Citizens Meet
The American Federation of
Senior Citizens. Miami Beach
Chapter, was to hold its regular
meeting Thursday at 7 p.m. at
the Financial Federal. 755 Wash-
ington Ave. with Max Fried of-
fering the entertainment for the
evening. Max Taub is chapter
president.
Tormenting Rectal Itch
Of Hemorrhoidal Tissues
Promptly Relieved s< *
In many cases Preparation H
'< fives prompt., temporary relief
from such pain and itching
and actually helps shrink
welling of hemorrhoidal tis-
sues caused by inflammation.
Testa by doctors on hun-
dreds of patients showed this
u'< be {rue in many cases. In
fact, many doctors, them-
selves, use Preparation H* or
recommend if for their fam-
ilies. Preparation H oint
or suppositories.

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Rooms on
WATERFRONT.
Private Balconies and
BOAT DOCK.
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of professional investors
live at
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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.
That's Point II. Located directly on the ocean
at the Port Everglades Inlet. As for spacious luxury --
from oceanview balconies to all-electric kitchens and
laundries to custom fixtures and costly materials it's
hard to find a better investment in elegance. And the
construction is so sound (and sound-conditioned) that
you'll never know you have neighbors unless you in-
vite them over. Resale value? Our prices have risen an
average 15% per year. Our sales have risen, too. A lot
of successful people have seen the point.
Point II. A wise investment in the good life.
It's as far as you can go.
MotMs optn dady at 2200 South Ocoan l_jn. fort L*ud**daU
On.': Can to th* end of the 17th Street Cau-v.sy. turn tight and 90 at far \ you can 90.
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Just 10 apts. left.
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The Condominium on The Park.'

Not too long ago we had 700 condominiums
lo sell at Lauderdale Oaks Now we have just 10 two-
bedroom apartments left.
You can have one. if you act last enough
Come to our Grand Closing and have some cottce
and doughnuts with us. See a beautilul and really
spacious two bedroom apartment, priced from
just $24,990.
It comes with the most lamous S1,000.000
Recreation Center in South Floridain active use by
our happy residents day and night.
But you have to see the apartments and
the Recreation Center to appreciate them. And with
just 10 left, you have to see them now.
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Adult Condominium,
4700 W. Oakland Park Blvd., Ft.Lauderdale
944-4313 (Dade), 731-3733 (Broward).
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ft) First Realty Investment Corporation.
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fJenisfi fk/riaffarr
Friday, July 14, 1972
This Week In History...
V;irs Ago This WMk: liMi'J
our Moldavian Jews received
rnis totaling 33 years for "il-
inl gold and currency transac-
|ns."
sir Keith Joseph, prominent
k Lsh politician, was named Bri-
m's Housing and Local Govern-
pnt Minister.
Continurd From Page 4-A
|er. Some are in serious danger.
Tor some, it is deadly danger.
THE BIGHT seats are those
|n New Mexico. Oklahoma, Ala-
b.inia. Georgia. North Carolina,
Virginia, Rhode Island and Mon-
tana. In the present composition
)f the Senate, moreover, a net
Republican gain of only five
Beats will be enough to produce
49 to 49 Republican versus
democratic split.
In those circumstances, Con-
servative Sen. James Buckley of
pw York would surely vote
.ith the Republicans, while In-
ieiK'tident Sen. Harry F. Bovd
Jr. of Virginia would proba1 ly
Ote with the Democrats. The
/ice President whoever he
fenay be would then have the
basting vote. Sen. J. William
|Kulbright. among many others,
would therefore cease to be a
committee chairman.
IF YOl' lead the roster of the
democrats' endangered staiis.
ma will find that Hollings and
Ms investigators have in fact
>und evidence of a tremendous
sweep for President Nixon in
the Southern and Border states.
iThe one Northern Democratic
scat in danger is that in Rhode
[island where Sen. Claiborne
t-Pell is being challenged by the
J tremendously popular former
governor and secretary of the
I mi y, John Chafee,
The endangered Senate seal';
rwere by no means the end of
the grim Hollings report to his
party's Senate policy commit-
Itee, however. In a normal elec-
ttlon, the swings can easily make
up for the roundabouts. In other
words, a party can afford eight
; its in varying degrees <>f dan-
I; r if the same parly can hope
Ifor four or five seats gained
{elsewhere,
OF SUCH predicted Demo-
i tic gains in the Senate, how-
|" i r, the list is now sadly short.
|Kep. James Abourezk, Stan
I for old Karl Mundt's seat in
South Dakota, is a modernate
bei in Sen. McGovern's own
ttate. But other possible win-
iners, like ex-Sen. Wayne Morse
[in Oregon, are now thought to
be carrying a dreadful handcap
by the political professionals.
The Democratic loss in the
House would have to be much
[heavier to produce a change in
leadership there. Yet the shrewd
land courageous speaker, Carl
fclbert, is known to be appre-
|h"|i.sive. An even worse. Indeed
really unheard of sign, is the
Inumher of Democratic commit-
Jte. chairmen in the House who
would cheerfully change their
party tomorrow if they could .
only retain their present sen-
Bority.
FOR THE Democrats suffer-
ing from McGovern shock, the
tlioice ahead is in fact appalling. I
TThey can run on their own, os- |
-ntatiously disregarding their
party's presidential candidate
all of them now plan to do.
put they will then incur the da-
maging hostility of the McGov-
trn extremists and of the Mc-
popern organization, too.
To repeat, the Democratic
i-ufessional politicians, as re-
flected by Sen. Hollings, may
kave misjudged an entirely al-
tered outlook. But it is also pos-
lible that the Democrats will
c envying the lemmings come
Xt November.
Copyright 1972, Los Angeles
rimes.
Otto Hunsche, ex-Elchmann
aide convicted of "cooperation" in
1200 Auschwitz deaths, was sen-
tenced in Frankfurt to five years'
hard labor, with 27 month's de-
ducted for a previous sentence
and 19 months deducted for pie-
I trial detention.
Responding to reported an'.i-
' Semitic remarks by Black Na-
tionalists protesting a Jewish-
owned restaurant in New York's
Harlem, Jackie Robinson asserted:
"Black supremacy is just as bad
as white supremacy."
Israel said it would deport as
"undersirable" a Jew who arrived
I as a stowaway to evade criminal
I prosecution in six countries.
Wolfgang Fraenkel, ex-Nazi of-
ficial fired as West Germany's
Chief prosecutor, was granted
] three months' dismissal pay and
a S400 monthly pension
Colin Jordan, neo-Nazi leader.
pledged to "free Great Britain
] from the grip of Jewish domina-
tion."
"JERUSALEM Israel will
IChieve peace with the Arab world
in the next decade, or at least
know that peace is much closer.
Premier Ben-Gurion told members
of the I'nited Jewish Appeal
Young Leadership Mission."'
"JERUSALEM Representa-
tives of Israel and Jordan decided
to set up a permanent joint sub-
committee to consider effective
measures to halt border inci-
dents."
Dr. Maximon Handel was the
latest victim in Montevideo of
swastika-branding thugs.
Engineer Veniamin Kmmanuilo-
V'ich D.mshyts became the USSR's
first Jewish Deputy Premier in
five years, and \\ u also named
chairman of the important State
Planning Committee.
Britain decided against ratify-
ing the Genocide Convention,
though backing it in spirit, be-
cause the ban against political
asylum for those involved in geno-
cide was "a derogation from this
country's traditional right."
Elizabeth Taylor, seeking to
film "Cleopatra," was barred from
Egypt.
(Prom the fllea of die JT.-\)
Lew Price,, (center) director of the Miami-Metropolitan De-
partment of Publicity and Tourism was honored recently
for the cooperation and courtesy extended to the Con-
gress of Senior Citizens Organizations of Florida, Inc. Flank-
ing Mr. Price are Mr. Price and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Klein,
officers of the organization.
Lou Goldstein (right) Grossinger's popular director of day-
time activities and one of the most celebrated resort comics
in the country, recently taped his fourth appearance en
the syndicated Mike Douglas TV talk show. The program
will be aired July 20 at 4:30 p.m. on Ch. 7 (WCXT>. In addi-
ticn to a mini-version of Goldstein's hilarious "Simon Says"
ccrnedy game, the SO-minute stanza also features a lively
exchange between the Grossingor jester and comedy star
Miltcn Berle who co-hosts the show with Douglas. Sitting on
the Douglas show panel were Brodway producer Killiard
Elkins, musical comedy star Phyllis Newman, and comedi-
enne writer Selma Diamond.
Jerome Gresne To Seek Circuit Court Position
Miami Beach Councilman Je-
rome Greet e will run for the Did-
County circuit Cou-t, Group 24.
A graduate of the Harvard Uni-
versity Law School, ho is pas',
p Idem of the Miami Beach Tax-
payers Associ lion and of the Gov-
ernment Research Council of South
Florida.
M:\ Greene, a former vice chair-
man of the Urban Renewal Aen?y
of Dado County, was a member of
the Grievance Committee of the
Flori.'a State Bar Association and
the Dad- County Bar Association
Ethnics Committee.
NeM Films Opening
Two new films are opening at
VVometeo Theatres on Frk .
The Carib, 170th St. and Riviera
will show 'Stand Up and Be
Counted," and the Miami and
163rd St. Theatres will feature
"Buck and the Preacher" starring
Sidney Pokier and Harry Bela-
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Guys 'n Gals Dance
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Is Drawn Up By El Al
A three-ytar expansion program
I involving the acquisition of three
[ more jumbo jets has been drawn
' up by a committee of experts ap-
pointed by El Al, and will be sub-
milled to the government In fhe
I near future.
The company already has an
'' option for one jumbo set, which
| could be used to prepare for the
4 1973 tourist season. The other two
J jumbos should be ordered for de-
I livery in 1974 and in 1975.
The cost of these planes may
f top $100 million but the outlay is
'expected to prove worthwhile even
-Aat a conservative estimate of a
110'"; annual growth in tourist traf-
Jfic to Israel. The average growth
Irate in the past five years has
I been 16%.
Most of the required financing
i-ill be shouldered by El Al itself
helped by long-term credits
from the Eximbank though it
Aill also have to Increase its capi-
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The expansion program was dis-
closed by M. Carmel, El Al chair-
[ Irian, and Mordechai Ben-Ari.
resident, at a press conference
Slaking publication of the com-
pany's balance sheet for 1971-
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1 The airline's revenue increased
Jver 40%, but its net profits de-
tned and it will need utmost cau-
n to avoid slipping into the red
bi the current year, Mr. Ben-Ari
Mid.
Mr. Ben-Ari stressed that El
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the financial results reflect the
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Plans are under way to expand
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Negotiations on landing rights
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forts to obtain landing lights in
Japan have met with an adamant
refusal by the Toyko authorities.,
Mr. Carmel said.
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I, as an Orthodox Rabbi who is very much concerned with the fate of my
people, the direction of the young, the pursuit of life of the matured, and the
security of the aged and the sick, come before my community with a following
pastoral letter:
The United States of America will soon elect a president whose tenure will
culminate in 1976, just when our country will observe its 200th year of Inde-
pendence.
The Jewish community has a share in America, in its past, present and
hopefully in its future. We as Jews have more to gain in a better America and
we have more to lose in a worse America. The sensitivity of the Jew dictates our
minds and our hearts that the radical and over-liberal movements endanger our
religious identity. I believe that G-d has blessed us with such a prophetic vision,
and for the sake of our survival let us respect it.
Orthodox Jews have been credited to support President Richard Nixon in
the coining elections. I, wish to state there is no Jewish vote, nor Orthodox Jew-
ish vote and there should be none. If the prediction however will come true it
will be because:
President Nixon is fair; and his fairness will enable the Jew to co-exist peace-
fully in our multi-colored, multi-cultured and multi-opinionated society.
President Nixon is sincere; and his sincerity will close the gap of genera-
tons and their ideologies. He is liberal enough to have faith in the young, yet
conservative enough to respect our elders.
President Nixon is concerned; and the Jewish people are concerned. Ortho-
dox Jews are concerned with the moral-religious concept of our Constitution.
Orthodox Jews are concerned with maximum religious education and the spirit-
ual cleanliness of the environment. The Jewish people are concerned because
we have suffered too much. We are sensitive to radical changes both here and
abroad. It would be national suicide if we would not be. We are concerned be-
cause of Vietnam, because of the U.S.S.R. We are concerned because of our com-
mitment to the State of Israel. We are concerned because of the United Nations.
President Nixon is concerned with the problems of all Americans and he is
particularly concerned with OUR problems. Our plight is his plight, our aim is
his aim for peace. Our America is his America.
Orthodox Jews will join the majority of concerned Americans to safeguard
the fairness, sincerity and concern of our President that he shall have the oppor-
tunity to preside over the celebration of our 20Oth year of Independence.
Sincerely
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Friday, July 14 1F72
THE WORLD OF SHOW BIZ By: George Friedman
/. Edgar Hoover And The Jews
irmnilMST REPORTS on the state of Jews
in the Soviet Union make little reference to
Judaism as practiced.. .Among the tactics employ-
led by the Communist Party of the Soviet Union
[has been the liquidation of the traditional Jewish
[school system, including the primary school (Hed-
Ider). the secondary schools 'the Talmud Torahi.
Mid tin- rabbinical school "the yoshiva'. Thus, when
I the present generation of Soviet Jews jiasses on.
I there will be no more rabbis.. .Hence, in abolishing
the rabbinical schools, the Soviets are gradually
seeking the extinction of Judaism without a po-
grom."
These observations, parentheses and all, were
published -in 1958 -- by John Kdgar Hwver, di-
rector of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, in
"Masters of Deceit" (Holt. Rinehart & Winston;
quoted by permission'. Hoover, who died last month
at 77 after 48 years as the nation's "No. 1 G-Man."
devoted 16 pages to 'The Communist Attack on
Judaism." Calling Hitlerism "reminiscent of" Marx-
Ian anti-Semitism, he called allegations of Jewish-
communist fraternity a "malicious myth," observ-
ing: "The |)eople who gave the world the concept of
our monotheistic God and the Ten Commandments
cannot remain Jews anil follow the atheism of Karl
Marx and the deceit of the communist movement
...Some of the most effective opposition to com-
munism in the I'nited States has come from Jewish
organizations."
Asserting that Soviet tolerance of Jewish cul-
ture was "never anything more than a temporary
political tactic." Mr. Hoover cited "the sad fate
of the Jewish school system in the Ukraine, the .
crippling.. .prohibition of the use of Hebrew, the
traditional language of Judaism." and noted that
"a similar program of suppression of Jewish in-
stitutions shifted to the satellites after World War
II." The FIJI chief added, "For two years prior
to the Na/i invasion of Russia, when Moscow was
aligned with Rerlin. there is no record of any Sovi-
et protest against the Nazi slaughter of Jews," and
even subsequently, "there was a shocking failure
on the part of the Soviets to reveal Nazi atrocities
against the Jews.. .Furthermore, in the Soviet
l'nion. Zionism is ruthlessly suppressed."
Before, during and after World War II, the
FBI acted to smash alien spy rings in the United
States ami in Central and South America, despite
criticism by "foreign propagandists, misguided
pseudo-promoters of civil liberties, silly sentimen-
talists, front men for subversive organizations, their
stooges and some innocent persons," as Mr. Hoover
characterized opponents in a 1942 speech. "When
the war came," he recalled, "thousands of danger-
ous enemy aliens were promptly arrested before
they could move into action." Warning that "we
must not relax in our vigilance," Mr. Hoover cited
history: "Less than 20 years ago, Adolf Hitler went
to prison following his conviction for violent and
treasonable demonstrations against his government.
In less than six months, meddlers and panderers
of justice sought to have him paroled.. .Unfortu-
nately..., Hitler was paroled after serving less
than nine months of his long prison sentence. The
world knows the consequences."
Mr. Hoover, whose leading civilian supporter
was the non-observant Jewish columnist Walter
Winchell. declared in 1944: "The time has com
to demand proof when biased accusations are level-
ed at groups of people because they arc Catholic
Jew, Gentile. White or Negro." In early 1946, JT.\
columnist Boris Smolar re|Jorted: "The FBI vvil",
drop the word 'Jew' or 'Jewish' from 'wanted' no-
tices concerning criminals and fugitives. Assuranc*
to this effect was given by the FBI headquarter.-
to the Anti-Defamation I-cague."
Milton Kllerin, an FBI agent, during 1934-lf
who is now with the American Jewish Committee
contends that Hoover's record on Jews was "un-
assailable" and that he was the first to go afte-
the Ku Klux Klan. 'There were always a goodlv
number of Jews in the agency." Mr. Kllerin de-
clared, adding that in fact, in those days of Jewish
"dominance" in basketball, all five members of
the FBI team were Jewish..
Ex-agent Jack Levinc, however, in 1963 alleged
"anti-Negro and anti-Semitic attitudes in the FBI."
calling its ratio of Negro and Jewish employees
purportedly .2 percent and .1 percent the lowest
among government agencies. The bureau, calling.
Mr. Levine a "disgruntled ex-employee who ha;
Iwon dismissed for substandard performance," re-
jected his charges. Another Jewish ex-agent. Leo-
nard R. Vlner, called the charges "outrageous" and
noted that Hoover had received many honors fron
Jewish organizations. In fact, later that year th
Washington Hebrew Congregation gave the FBT
chief its Brotherhood Award and a Bible for "un-
swerving devotion to the betterment of brotherhood
in all races, creeds and colors" and for "constant
opposition by precept, word and deed to all forms
of bigotry, prejudice, intolerance and hatred."
mAii Ntmmm
By Carl Alpert
Little Switzerland In Haifa
VKN WK IS!! \KI.IS sometimes find new sites and
new surprises, often quite close to home. It hapiiened
me last week.
We took the back road out of Haifa.
I the one leading up over the highest
peaks of Mount Carmel and through the
I secluded area known as little Switzer-
land. It is so-called not because of
[any snow-covered mountains, but be-
cause of the beautifully striking and
rugged terrain, blanketed by forests,
j through which the ribbon of road winds,
loaning up on new breath-taking vistas
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
The Marrying Month
JUNE IS Tire "mostest" marrying month al-
though in ancient Israel, Yom Kippur seems to
have held the record for love. In Israel of old, on
Yom Kippur night the young
Iwomen would assemble, all in bor-
I rowed dresses, so that the rich
Imight not boa.st over the ix>or and
| lance and the young men would
stand around and choose the ones
[they proposed to court.
Today we see many attacking
he marriage institution. The Jew-
ish religion has always looked
favorably at It. For one thing, it insured a supply
of Jews. The Talmud says a man without a wife is
8 man without joy and a Jewish proverb says a
man without a woman is like a lulav without an
esrog.
The Jewish view, however, held that one must
not be a perfectionist about it. One must realize
human frailities. "In a shidduch and cholent kuckt
man nischt," says the Yiddish proverb.
If marriage has some weaknesses, a smart per-
son adjusts himself. For instance, one rabbi of the
Talmud had a wire who always gave her husband
the opposite of what he wanted. But this proved no
problem to the rabbi. When he wanted peas, he
just told his wife he would like to have some car-
rots and he would get peas. So marriage eduates
one in the art of living. Many people would get on
better if they tried doing just the opposite. Then
maybe they would get what they want.
Today, science is entering the field of matri-
mony with the computer. Among Jews, there was
the living computer, the Shadehan, who had at his
fingertips a knowledge of the marital resources of
the community. He knew the marriageable people,
their characteristics and tastes. The Shadehan al-
ways carried an umbrella, rain or shine. (One re-
spects a man with an umbrella, esjx-cially if it is not
raining. One feels that here is a man who is taking
at every turn.
A freshly paved road, to the left, in the very heart
of the forest, caught our eye. and after a nod of approval
from my wile, we turned in. A few miles later we arrived
at one of Israel's Ix'st kepi secrets -the new and vvell-
cqulppsd resort hotel known as Yaarot Hacarmel Car-
mel Woods. Haifa.
I doubt that one Israeli in a thousand even knows
of its existence. It was built some three or four years
ago in the very middle of what has since become the
Carmel Nation! Park, and no other construction will
ever be permitted for miles around.
The major part of the cost of building was paid for
by the German government, and the resort was intended
to provide convalescent and recuperative facilities for
victims of Nazism. They have been coming, not only
from Israel, but from all parts of Europe as well.
Particularly for them there is a medical department
which contains all the very latest equipment for electro-
hydro and physio-therapy. The mineral baths and pine
baths and whirlpool baths are modelled after the best
health resorts of Kuropo.
But another thought struck me. Surely here in this
lovely forest is the answer to the tourist who has Ixsen
complaining about the "Miami Beach" character of the
country's new hotels. Aftar a week or two of madly
dashing about Israel, here is where the weary visitor
could find rest and relaxation.
For those who like leisurely walks, there are miles
of quiet, shaded lanes through the forests. There is a
swimming pool and sports facilities. The view of the
Mediterranean from this hilltop is striking. The utter
quiet has its own relaxing, therapeutic effect on refugees
from the clamor and bustle, the noises and smells of the
modern city.
When I suggested to the management that they
open up to tourists, they were interested. I jwinted out
that the number of Nazi victims using these facilit:-; is
bound to diminish with the years. Millions have been
Spent in creating this spacious resort, and the place
should draw a wider clientele.
It is not for the tourist who is looking for noise and
excitement It has been designed in the gracious manner
ol the popular spas and health resorts of Switzerland and
Austria.
The very nature of tourism to Israel is changing dso
More and more visitors will be coming simply lor -., nxi
and a vacation. A resort which specializes in comprehen-
sive medical check-up, which offers all kinds of diets
and which can help rejuvenate those who seek affirms-'
tion for the belief that life begins at forty, should con-
stitutc a new- facet in Israel's tourist attraction program
You don't have to be sick to enjoy peaceful relaxation.
Yaarot Hacarmel. here in Haifa, has set aside a few
rooms for tourists I am told, but if they will really open
UP the- can become stiff competition for the springs ind
." .
BOOK REVIEW By Seymour B. Liebman
Two Good Histories
BGTOERS UNIVERSITY PRESS has added to
its laurels by the publication of two books each
of which deserves accolades.
Maxwell Whitman's Clipper Fr
f America ($12.50) Ls the story and
history of the Hendrieks Family
Fand the national nonferrous in-
idustry spanning the years from
11775 to 1939. The book is a tour
Fde force. It begins with the ar-
l rival of Uriah Hendrieks. a scion
Of the English Jewish Hendrieks
family, to these shores in 1755.
Here he sired a family that has l>een a credit to
the family name, to Jewry and to the United States.
The history of the people and the industry is
narrated by a skilled craftsman who wove together
with painstaking care and detail the progress of
the Hendrieks children and the economic develop-
ment of their native land. The author's research in
the previously untapped collection of the family
papers at the New York Historical Society and in
the national and U.S. Navy archives has revealed
for the first time some assets of American and
American Jewish history.
The names of Paul Revere and other associates
of the Hendrieks family over the years dot the book
and lend a broader vista to the account than is
usually found in family histories. Two unique facts
struck this viewer: the family retained its affilia-
tion and activity in the same congregation -
Shearith Israel also known as the Sjwnish-Portu-
guese Synagogue in New York for over two cen-
turies. The second bit of esoteric data is the fact
that copper mines existed in New Jersey and Con-
necticut in the 18th century.
Volume VI of The World History of the Jewish
People The Hellenistic Age edited by Abraham
Schalit ($20) is the best volume of the series since
Volume I edited by the late Edward Speiser. The
political history of Jewish Palestine from 322 B.C.E.
to 67 B.C.K., the subject of Vol. 6. is one of the
most intriguing and lesser known eras of our his-
fact that only four authors, all authorities, are
most intriguing an.-" lesser known eras of our :is-
the contributors to this epic work. Two of them.
V. Tcherikover and Joseph Klausncr did not live
to see the book's appearance.
Clarity and authoritative deduction character-
ize the accounts of the penetration of Hellenistic
culture and the changes which it produced among
the people of the East; the establishment and his-
tory of the Hasmonean dynasty and internal politi-
cal developments as well as the implicatioas of
these events. The events during and after the Sec-
ond Temple Period chartered Jewish history to the
present. The illustrations selected by M. Avi-Yonah
add lustre to the book.


Frlcsy. July 14, 1972
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IRVINO KOBPPBL
mh-dred KOEPPEL. ids wife
lllTIL JlA.\l)l.i:i' smith &
I'.KKR
lloriioys at LaW
Lincoln Road
'ami Beaoh, Florida 33ISO
7/7-14-SI-M
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
iLEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-12288
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
RK: THE MARRIAGE OF
IRK S. LONDON,
Petitioner,
and
Is LONDON,
lespondent.
IRIS LONDON
ftc9 Devonshire Lane
II. upp..u;;.-. Loiik Island. N.Y.
rOU. IRIS LONDON, are hereby
pfied that a Petition for Diaaolu-
oi* Marriage has been filed against
and you are required to nerve n
of your Answer or Pleading to
Petition for Dissolution of liar-
e on ihe Potltiouur's Attorney,
IV IN <:. CHRISTIE, 38 Weal Flag-
Street, Miami. Florida, and file
original Answer or I'leadi'ng in
lofflec of the Clerk of ihe circuit
ill. on or before the 'js day of
JK ins. If you fail to do so. nidi;.
|t by d.-fauli will be taken agalnat
for tli.' relief demanded in the
Hi' for Dissolution of Marriage.
notice shall I..- published once
week for four consecutive weeks
Iflin: Jewish Fi.omi.iAN
)NE and ORDERED at Miami.
County, Florida, this 15 day of
I, iKa
!: II LEATHERMAN, Clerk
i Ircull Court
By c. P. copkland
I lenut) < 'lii I.
null Court Seal)
IN '.. CHRISTIE
Ociu-\ for P< tiiloiter
r.st Finale,- Street .
rai. Florida
', j:;-:'.n T'7-14
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
[THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
-EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-13347
[ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IB: THE MARRIAOBOF
JUBLYN BERNICE ORANT
ami
IHEN HOLLAND ORANT
WARREN HOLLAND ORANT
P.O. Box N4532
Nassau. Bahamas
>t: ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
ml action for Dissolution of Mar-
has l.....n filed against you and
lar<- required to serve a copy ol
written defenses, if any. to II on
HTBR FRIEDMAN, attorney
Petitioner, whoso address is 1^7*.
I l4Brd Street, North Miami Beach,
Ida 33IGS, and file tin- original
tin clerk of the above styled
on or before Auk. ii. l!*"-:
rwi.-i- a default will be entered
hst you for the relief demanded
ooinplalm or petition.
notice shall be published once
1 wook for four consecutive weeks
IJE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
|TNi;ss my hand and the seal of
[court at .Miami. Florida on tliis
of June, |7f,
I". I!. LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By R. M. KISSEE
As i '.mill Clerk
it TElt & FRIEDMAN, Bsqa.
S.H. liiJrd Street
Miami Beaoh, Florida
pjorle F. Robbins
H 7/7-14-Sll-SS
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
in undersign,-.!. desiring ... engage In
business und.r the fictitious name of
L,SBVR 9J.AH MAI1' ORDER
HOUSE at l:is w. Flagler Stree
Miami -hi. Intends to register said
name w.ih the Clerk f f ,,,'
cult court of Dade County, Florida
M1SSAN MONNIES
____________________/<6 7/7-14-gl
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERKHV OIVEN that
the un.l. Tsigned. desiring lo enuage in
business under the 1'iotliious nsme of
WEST DIXIE MEDICAL CENTER at
1!'C80 W. Dixie Highway. North Miami
lleacn, Fla, intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dude County, Florida
OIL ALBERT SINE
.Morton 11. Kernel
Attorney for applicant
1875 N.E. 163rd Street
North .Miami Bench. Fla.
6/3 7/7-14-I1
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
tNO 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
IN RE: TDK MARRIAGE OF:
ELIZABETH RAOIN, Wife
ROBERT LEE RAGIN. Husband
TO: ROBERT LEE RAOIN
(Realdence I'nknown)
YOl' ARK HKKC.Ht NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to it on
DAVID E. stone, attorney for Peti-
tioner, whose address is I'll N.W. 12th
Avenue. Miami, ma... and file the
orbztnal with ihe clerk of the above
styled court on or before August II.
11)72; otherwise a default will bo en-
ere.l against you for the relief de-
manded in the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLiiRIDIAN.
\VITNESS my hand and the seal
or said ,uri at Miami. Florida on
lllls :8 day of June. 1972,
K. B. LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit < Ourt
Dade County. Florida
I'J R. M. KISSEE
,_, As Deputy Clerk
(t Ircull Court Seal)
DAVID E. STONE, ESQ.
BTO.NE & S< >ST( -| 11 \-
101 N.W. 12th Avenue
-Miami. Florida 33128
Attornej for Petitioner
7 7-14-21-28
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 8611'
NOTIC"E OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DSCHAROe
IN RE: Estate of
MERLE KAVITT
Deceased
NOTICE Is her. by given that 1 have
filed my Final Report ami Petition
for Dtr< rf but Ion and Filial Discharge
as Administratrix C.T.A. of the es.
late of MERI.E BAVITT, deceased;
and that on ihe 24th day of Julv.
1972, Will apply to the Honorable
County Judges of Dade County. Flot-
illa, for approval of said Final Report
and for distribution and final dis-
charge as Administratrix, C.T.A. of
the estate of Hi,- above-named de-
cedent. This Hi day of June. IHTl'.
Carole B. Savllt
Administratrix, C.T.A,
SPARRER. ZEMEL. ROSKIN AND
HEILBRONNER, l'.A.
Attorneys
inn N\ Blacayne Boulevard
-Miami, Florida 831*2
IS/23-S0 7 7-14
NOTICE UNDEM
ICTITIOUS NAME LAW
ilci-: IS HEREBY QIVBN that
erslgned. desiring lo euguge in
under the fictitious name of
Iiiiutenauca V Repair Service al
V :.l Btreet, Miami. Florida in -
register said name with Ihe
ft the Circuit Court of Diole
Florida
.CHARLES ASHMORE
[HOWARD RKEHLEl:
J> SII.VERMAN
f for Anpllcant
*rts lliiildiiii'
Florida 13186
4/30 7/7-14-31
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 M \BRIAOE < 'F
ARTHIR PRIEST.
Husband
and
MARY PRIEST.
Wife
TO: MARY PRIEST
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riaire has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy Of
your written defenses. If anv. to It
on RICHARD J. BEAMISH III. ot-
torney for Petitioner, whose address-
Is 2639 Van Huron Street. Hollywood.
Florida 13030, and file the original
with the clerk of the above styled
court on or before Aug. 11. 11)72:
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded
in ihe complaint or netitlon.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at .Miami. Florida on this
29 day of Junr. 1973.
E. 1! LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
IVule County. Florida
Hy It. M KISSHE
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Scull
RICHARD J. BEAMISH HI
263'J Van Buren Street
Hollywood. Florida 331120
Attorney for Petitioner
:o>.V-,.-,; or 944-7677
7 -7-I4-2I-2S
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-3271
PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
ROSALIND W. SAMUELS
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
.. ^"iT;iT'--bereby notified,and required
in present any claims aii'l UettlHnds
which you muv have against the es-
tate of Rosalind w. sa.ui'ki.s de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida.
to the County Judges of Dude County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 7J8.16, Florida
Slatutes. in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dado County, Flor-
ida, within siv calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or tl.e same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 27
day of June. A.D. 1972.
THE MIAMI BEACH
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Bv Richard V. ludel
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 80 day of June. 1972.
SPAJUIER. ZEMEL. ROSKIN &
HEII.BRON.VER. P.A.
Attorneys for Executor
160 N. lliscnyne Boulevard
Miami. Florida 33132
_________^_ $/S6T/7-14-tl
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-666
FRANK B DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate oi
KAUMAN ROTTER.
Deceased.
To Al! 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 vou miiv have neni'nst the es-
tate of KAUMAN ROITER deceased
late of Dude County. Florida, to the
County Judges of I mile County, and
fib- the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 738.16, Florida Slat-
utes. in their offices in the County
Courthouse In Dade County. Florida.
within six calendar mouths from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or tlie same will be barbed
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 27
day of June, A.D. 1972.
SARA ROITER
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the :!U day of June. 1972.
David S. Kami.I. Esq.
Attorney for Exerutrix
3f.O Lincoln R.md
Miami Beaoh, Klorida :',::v::!>
____________________> ::o 7-!4-'l
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-732
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
DORIS I.ASCHOW
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified ami required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of uo!:ls LASCHOW deceased
late of Dade county. Florida, lo the
County Judges of Dad* County, ami
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 si\ calendar months from Ihe
lime of ili. flrsi publication hereof,
or the sain.- will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, lliis |S
day of June, A.D 1972.
Eugene fllusker
As Administrator
First publication of this notice on
the 83 dav of .It...... |97,
Myers. Kaplan, Porter, l-evinson &
Keuin
Attorneys for Administrator
Suite :in4 1160 8. W, 1st Sireel
Miami. Florida
___________________ 6783-30 7/7-14
NOTICE UNDEm
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
ihe undersigned, desiring lo engage in
business under the fictitious name of
A. AARON AXSWERINO SERVICE
at 100J) North Miami Avenue. Miami.
Ila. intends to register said name
With the Clerk of lb,. Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
I.OI.IS 1\ URANER
8 :::-::" 7 7-14
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-12427
PETITION FOR ADOPTION
ADOPTION OF LARSON DE WAYNE
AND MARCELLIA MANNA, both
i minors
. By: James DBLOACH,
their stepfather
TO: MR. LARSON* SKI-RANK
STEWART
213 R IS.IIh 8tr.-t
"Tanleiia. California !lt'247
YOU ARK HERKIIY NOTIFIED
that an action for Petition for Adop-
tion has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copv of
your written defenses, if anv, to It
on DAVID K. STONE, ESQ.. attorney
for Petitioner, whose address Is 11
N.W. 12th Avenue. Miami. Fla. 3:|I2X.
and file the original with the clerk
of Ihe above styled court on or be-
fore July 38, 1978! otherwise a de-
fault will be entered aKaJlMl >'u for
the relief demand, I In the complaint
or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami, Florida on
this 16 day of June, 1972.
E. I! LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By N. A. HEWKTT
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
David E. Stone. Esq. .
STONE & BOBTCHIN
101 N'.W 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida 3.1128
Attorney for Petitioner
ti ;:'.-*> 7 7-14
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1172 (Blanton)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
BESSIE MANHEIM GREENBAl'M
I.....lased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate.
You arc hereby notified and required
tii present any chums and dumaads
which you may have against the es-
tate of BESSIE MANHEIM OREBN-
HAl'M deceased late of Dade County.
Florida, lo the County Judges of Dade
County; and file the same in duplicate
and as provided in Section 733.16, Flor-
ida Statutes, in their offices in the
Count) Courthouse in Dade County.
Florida, within six calendar months
from the time of the first publication
hereof, or the same will be barred.
Da led :u .Miami. Florida, this :'.
I day of June. A.D. 1872.
SANDER ZWfCK
LEON ZWICK
MORTON liREEMl.U'M
EVELYN ZWICK GOLDSMITH
As Executors
First publication of this notice on
the 7th day of Julv. 1978,
CYPEK 4k NEV1NS
Uy JACK A.VKI'S
Attorney for Co-Kxecutors
838 Arthur Godfrey Rd
Miami Reach. Fla.
7.7-14-21 -21
UGAl NOlKt
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-3066 (Primm)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
LISA KOH.V.
Deceused.
To All Creditors and AH 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 lisa kohn deceased hue of
Dad,' County, Florida, 10 the County
Judges of Dade County, and file the
same In duplicate and as provided in
i Section 7.1:i.111. Florida Stntutes. in
j their offices ill the County Court-
; house in Dad- County, Florida, with-
in six calendar mouths from Hie time
I of the first publication hereof, or Ihe
I same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this .1
day of July, A.D. l!'72.
VICTOR DRAINSTKIN
As Kxecutor
First publication of this nolle......
th. 7 .lay of July, 1972.
JERKY A. BURNS
Attorney for Executor
Hns City National Rank Building
Miami. Florida 83130
7/7 14-21-38
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 ..i
! JAY F. FINE.
Petitioner
and i
CLARA FINE.
Reapondeut.
TO: CLARA FINE
a:i7 East 38th Strci t
Lrooklyn, New York
YOC ABE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
i you are required to serve u copy ..f
your written defenses, if uny, to it oa
TallHiioff & Under. Esqs.. attorney!
tor Petitioner, whose address is 426
Un.-oin Road. .Miami Reach. Florida
36139. and Ide the uriginul with the.
'I.ik mi the above styled curt on or
before Augu*t 8. IH72: otherwise a
default mil be entered against v..u
for the relief demanded in the com-
plaint or petition,
This notice shall be published one*
SfJS.J-S'vS """ ",ur '..nsecutive week*
in THE JEW ISII FLuRIDfAN.
. ITNESS my hand and the seal of
aald curt at Miami. Florida on thia
l daj of July. 1073.
E. i: LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By 1L E. SHEA
,. ,. A'' Depui> Clerk
u ircuii c ourt Seal)
TA1.IANOFF A UADER
ISO Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorneys for Petitioner
7 7-14-21-28
IN THE COUNTY JUDUfc'S COURT
IN AND FOrt
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2974
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
C.OI.DIE W. KKSSEL a/k/a
tIERRY W. KKSSEL
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified mid required
to present any claims ami demands
which you may have iignlnsl the es-
tate of OOI.DIE W. KKSSEL a k a
(USURY W. KESSEL deceused late of
Dade County, Florida, to tin County
Judges of Dade County, and fil- th*
same in duplicate ami as provided ia
Section 783.16, Florida Slatutes. ia
their offices in the County Courthouse
ili Dade County, Florida, within sia
calendar months from the lime of the
the same
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIV'BN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MICKEY'S YELLOW CAB OF
NORTH -MIAMI REACH at 16801 N.E.
80th Avenue, North Miami Beaoh, Fla
Intends lo register sain name wilh the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Count). Florida,
MICHAEL R. BERNOSKY
Morton B. Zomel
Attorney for itppUcniit
. 1x7". N.E. 163rd Street
' North -Miami Beach, Fla.
6 36 7 i I I L'l
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
DADE. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-13041
NOTICE 1 O DEFEND
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF IRMA
U. IRKIOYEN, WIFE. and. LI IS li
HtKM iYION. HI'SIIAND.
YOl", Luis K. Irigoyen, whose RES-
IDENCE IS UNKNOWN, are required
to file mi Answer to tile Petition For
.Marriage Dissolution with the Clerk
oi this Court and serve a copy there-
of upon J. '. Laussel. I77ll) West
Flagler Street. Miami. Florida 38136,
your wife's lawyer, not Utter than
July 81. 1!'72. otherwise DEFAll.T
will be entered against you.
DATED: 86 June, 1878. Miami. Flor-
ida.
E. 11. I.eutbermaii. Clerk
By: c. p. copKi.AND
Deputy Clerk, Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal!
i; 36 7 7-11-21
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOK
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-129S2
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in RE: Tin- Marriage of:
JEROME VANDKHNOOT,
Husband,
and
JOYCE VA NI lERNI K IT.
Wife,
TO: JOYCE VANDERNOOT
0/0 Fred Fink. SI! V.I'.
Kenroy Fixtures
Route I IU
Faiiuillgilale,
Long Island. New York
YOl! ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to servo a copy of
your written defenses. If any. to it on
MARTIN S. SAXON, attorney for Pe-
titioner, whose address Is 17-0, 14'i0
N.W. lilth Avenue, Miami, Florida,
83181 S79-38U, and fib- the original
with Ihe clerk of the above styled
court on or before 2nd of AUgUBt.
1!'72: Otherwise a default will be en-
tered against you for the relief de-
manded ill the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive Weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and Ihe seal of
said court at Miami, Florida on ibis
22 day of June. 1872.
E 11. LEATHERMAN.
As clerk. Circuit Court
Daile County, Florida
By D. L. ei rry
As ivputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Beal)
MARTIN S. SAXON
17-t!. 14l'f. N.W. 10th Avenue
Miami. Florida 83136
Attornej foi Petitioner
> /3.; 7-U-21
seal of
.11 Ibis
first publication hereof
will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 12lks
day of June. A.D. 1972.
I.e., Kessel
As Executor
First publication of I his notion oa
the 23rd day of June. I!i7j.
Spurber. Zenu-1. Roskln and
HelUironaer, P.A.
Attorneys for Executor
loo N. Illsoaynu Roulcvard
Miami, Florida 33133
f. 23-80 7'7 14
NOTICi* 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 MARRIACE
IN RE: THE MARHIAOE OF
WALTER JOHN I'A.NKZ.
and
IN X R. PAXKZ,
TO: INA II I'A.NKZ
75."i .Milton Circle
Reno, Nevada K'l.MI.1
Yd!' ARE HEREIIY NOTIFIED
that hi action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required m serve a copv of
your written defenses, if any. to it on
Frederick II. Spiegel, ntiornc.v for Pe-
titioner. Wlli.se address i- 4"7 Lincoln
Rood, Suiie IdK, Miami Reach, Flor-
ida 83139, and file Ihe original with
Die clerk of the above styled court
on or before August 2, l!'7^; other-
wise a default will be inter.,I against
you for the relief demanded in the
complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published on. e
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand ami tin
said curl al Miami, Florida
33rd day of June. 1872.
E. B, LEATHERMAN
Aa Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By L. SNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
iiii, uii ('ourl s.ali
Frederick I!. Spiegel
4"7 Lincoln Road. Suite 1K
Miami Bench, Florida 88189
Attorney for Petitioner
Phone: 532-3217
>: :: 7 7-16-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT*
IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2548 (Oowlino)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
TOM M IE J. VICKERS.
Deceased
To All Creditors and All Parsons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You lire hereby notified and required
to present any olaims and demands
which you may have against the es.
late of TO.M.MIK J. VICKKItS. 1749
N.W 67th Street. Miami. Florida de-
ceased late of Dad. Cunty. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dane County.
and file ihe s.un,- in dupli. Hie and.as
provided in Section 738.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County. Flor-
ida, within siv calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or Hi,- same will be barred.
Dated al Miami. Florida, this 88
day of June. A.D. 1!'72.
Authoria \"i. k.-i Mitchell
As Admlnistrali ii
First publication of this notice oa
the 30 day of June. 1972.
Joseph C. I ..ills'!
Attorney for the EstuUt
1770(4) West Flagler Street
Miami. Florida 83133
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iTewislti Floridian
Miami, Florida Friday, July 14, 1972
Section B
Rabbi Goren Favorite In
Chief Rabbinate Election
Military's Deviations
Called 'Regrettable'
By DAVID LANDAU
(JTA Jerusalem Bureau)
JERUSALEM (JTA) Rabbi
Shlomo Goren, Chief Rabbi of
Tel Aviv who is widely favored
to win the post of Israel's Ash-
kenuzi Chief Rabbi in the elec-
tions to be held later this sum-
mer, gained nationwide popu-
larity during his dashing career
as Chief Chaplain of the Armed
Forces for over 20 years.
More important, he has the
backing of both the Labor Party
and the National Religious
Party in his attempt to topple
the present incumbent octo-
genarian Chief Rabbi Isser Ye-
huda Unterman.
Rabbi Goren's popularity,
however, is not universal. The
Orthodox right wing both in Is-
rael and in the United States,
broadly represented by the
Aguda Party, is solidly against
him. They accuse him of deli-
berately creating the impression
that he can solve all halachic
problems whereas in truth he
knows that he cannot if he
is to remain within the confines
of traditional halacha (religious
law).
The rightists therefore threw
themselves behind the aged
Rabbi Unterman, urging him to
stand for reelection and assur-
ing him of their unswerving sup-
port. Rabbi Unterman an-
nounced recently that he has
succumbed to this pressure and
will indeed stand again.
This situation has its bizarre
side: Throughout his long life.
Rabbi Unterman has been the
bogey man of the Agudist right.
Ke was too "Zionist" for them.
Now he is to be their saviour
against the greater evilGoren.
The Chief Rabbinate election
comes at a time of crisis in the
precarious state and religion
! balance, and the political sup-
[ port for Rabbi Goren, parti-
; cularly from the Labor Party.
is given on the understanding
that once installed he will come
up with the solutions to please
everyone.
The Labor Party, and parti-
cularly Mrs. Meir herself, are
determined to find a solution to
the case of Hanoch and Miriam
Langer, the brother and sister
who were adjudged mamzerim
(illegitimates) by a religious
court and are therefore not al-
lowed to marry ordinary Jews
under the halacha and hence
under Israeli law. (Marriage
and divorce law in Israel is gov-
erned by halacha.)
Also, Gideon Hausner's civil
marriage hill has focused public
attention on the problem of the
Cohens and divorcees, who are
forbidden to marry each other
under halacha.
Rabbi Goren maintains that
the Langers are not "mamzers"
under halacha. He says he can
solve, halachically, at least 90%
of all cases of "mamzer" which
could arise. (Such cases are
very rare a "mamzer" Is the
product of adultery or incest.)
But he has not pronounced on
the far more common but
less severe problem of Cohen
and divorcee.
Rabbi Goren strongly denies
the persistent reports that he
has made a "deal" with the
Prime Minister to "solve"
thorny problems. How could he,
he says, make any deal which
would involve his stepping out-
side the bounds of halacha?
Halacha does not have the ans-
wer to everything he admits,
though it has to most things.
Mrs. Meir and other Labor
leaders have said privately, how-
ever, that Rabbi Goren's elec-
tion is in effect the last chance
of averting a religious kultur-
kampf. Only he. they say, with
his unquestioned halachic author-
ity and lenient approach, which
takes into account the best in-
terests of the State and the na-
tion, can bring about harmony
between religious and secular.
Some circles in Israel oppose
Rahbi Goren's election for fear
of whnt the more adventurous
side of his character might lend
him to do. In 1967 it was only
a direct order from Moshe Day-
an himself which prevented him
from holding a prayer service
on the Temple Mount.
As Chief Rabbi it is feared,
he might refuse to take orders
from anyone, and by worship-
ping on the Temple Mount, poi-
son Israel's relations even fur-
ther with the entire Moslem
world.
If elected. Rabbi Goren says
he will call an international
conference of Rabbis a body
akin to the Sanhedrin of old,
though without the same format
or halachic powers to discuss
all the religious problems of the
70s.
100 Arabs Held In Wake
Of Explosion In Terminal
By Special Report
TEL AVIV After a grenade
explosion rocked Tel Aviv's cen-
' al bus station Tuesday, wound-
... nine persons, soldiers Strug'
gled to prevent angry bystanders
from attacking Arabs in the nrpp
The explosion In a men's room
I blew out a wall and window,
showering the street with glass
[ and musunry.
Security men and police rur
rounded the area and set up road
blocks. About 100 Arabs were de-
tained for questioning.
The blast was 10 miles from the
army base where Japanese radical
Koao Okamoto Is being tried for
his part in the May 30 load Air-
port massacre.
The explosion was the fourth
act of sabotage near the bus ?ta-
tion since the 1967 Middle East
war. The worst was in Novem'>er
1970, when explosions at the >ta-
.
PLANK ON MIDDLE EAST AN
AMENDMENT TO PLATFORM
A strengthened plank on the Middle East narrowly passed
as an amendment to the Democratic Party's 1972 platform early
Wednesday mornig.
The measure, pushed through by the forces of Sen. Henry
Jackson, came to a vote at the close of the longest session in
Democratic history. It provides for maintaining a strong military
presence in Europe so as to back up pledges of support for Is-
rael's security.
Rabbi S. T. Swirsky of Miami Beach's Beth Jacob Congre-
gation offered the benediction immediately after the voice vote
to end the session, which came at 6:22 a.m.
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JERUSALEM (JTA) Pre-
mier Gold Meir t-'d Sunday's
Cabinet session that "regretta-
ble deviations" had taken place
in the handling of two cases re-
garding military authority in the
occupied territories. She said
that she hopes officers handling
uch issues in the future will be
careful not to overstep the
bounds of their authority.
Mrs. Meir was referring to
the spraying of 125 acres of
Arab crops with a poisonous
substance near the village of
Akraba in the West Bank, and
the removal of Bedouins from a
large tract of cordoned-off land
between the Gaza Strip and
Sinai.
Her comments were made in
answer to a question raised by
Minister of Health Victor
Shemlov of the Mapam Party
and directed to Defense Minis-
ter Moshe Dayan.
Gen. Dayan admitted that he
thought the spraying of the
West Bank crops was a wrong
decision, but stressed that the
spraying, which was carried out
in April, had been done with the
approval of "competent military
authorities."
Gen. Dayan. who explain A
that the ara in question had
been fence", off soon after the
Six-Day War as a military
training area, said that he per-
sonally disapproved of the
spraying when h? heard of it.
but that it was the particular
method and not the basic deci-
sion which he disapproved of.
In reference to the Gaza Strip
incident. Gen. Dayan denied
that the Bedouins removed from
the area had been barred from
tending their crops during the
daytime. He admitted, however,
that the decision to move the
Bedouins and It ace off their
land had beer taken without
the authority of the Army Gen-
eral Staff and that the officer
Involved had l>een reprimanded.
The question of compensation
for the Akraba villagers was not
brought up at the Cabinet meet-
ing.
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vJenist Fkrk/iar
Friday. July 14, 1972
omrt/\'o af^ arvn-faccinn Pythians Name Pages
itained By Trickery
|B> |-t ill K. pin I
AVIV Mnj. On. Rc-
Zo<-\ i. chief of Israel's
I! Army Command, testi-
Jisrla\ thai lie had tricked
fo.-\ two and wounded 21.
nmit suicide.
Igenorul, who was testify-
pi in'-- the second day of
bto's military trial tor the
.in and grenade attack
I took the lives of 28 per*
and wounded 07 others,
skid it he had meant to
hat agreement. He replied
negative, explaining that
time it was believed that
Br Japanese killer was still
Ce.
Kril/i...ni. (IK.i11mtii'n
I ili lin-i .it I hi -iii-i lining hi
|i in r.il. who lint iuterro-
the 11ri-i.hit following the
ft, into iIn- i nurt to prove
iilim inn that the eonfes-
I li.nl lii-i-n nl.l.iiiii'il imiler
Zeevi said he ho|ied to
intelligence information.
|the 24-year-old Japanese
Ikaze" gunman had signed
a written contract to give all in-
loi mation "honestly and in full,"
but hrul ii.'kl back many deta.N.
The prisoner pleaded guilty to
the four charges again*! him
Monday although Israeli law re-
quires an automatic plea of in-
nocent to all capital charges.
Japanese terrorist Kozo Oka-
moto into confessing his part in
the May 30 Lydda airport mas-
sacre by promising him a re-
volver and one bullet with which'
The head of the three-man mili-
tary tribunal. Lt. CoL Abraham
Krisch. ruled that he would ac-
cept as proven those facts which
the accused admitted.
The tribunal trying the o^e
was appointed under the Israeli
penal code which stems (mm
tin- British emergency regula-
tions in effect during the Pal-
estine mandate. Inasmuch as it
Ls sitting In Israel and is trying
a crime committed on Israeli
territory, it can impose the
death penalty, according to
Evyatar Levin, an Israeli law-
yer who is considered an author-
ity on the military cod".
Newly-elected Chancellor Com-
mander Milton Meyers will pre-
side during the ceremonies in
which new candidates-in-waiting
will be inducted into the rank of
"Page" at the regular meeting of
the George Gershwin Knights of
Pythias Monday at 7:30 P.m. A
collation will be served following
the meeting.
Zemloek Bids For Court d,ed Cim,it Court scat- GrouP 36.
fie is a graduate of the University
jf Miami, and has practiced law
Albert J. Zemloek, former senior
couiix-l in the New York state
comptroller's office, has annou i :ed
his candidacy for the newly ere-
in New York and Florida for the
oast 20 years.
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rJenisti flcridliari
Page 3-B
V
letters to the editor
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridlan:_^
Jewish political inclination has
taken a broad sharp swing to the
right. This is a result of the dras-
tic philosophical, cultural and so-
cial changes the world has under-
gone in the past 20 years.
In the first half of this century
Jewish interests were better
served by the liberal elements of
American and world politics. Those
Jews who were born in that period
remember being beaten bv WASPS
and white ethnics who either re-
sented Jews moving into their
neighborhood or who were just
looking for a scapegoat to bully.
When they grew up and wanted
to apply for college, they were
turned away by a quota system
that was geared to exclude tlwm.
Upon reaching adulthood they were
were unable to enter certain pro-
fessions and trades because the
right wing elements did their '>est
to keep them out. Some merchanta
lost trade because they were Jews
and many professional men lacked
clients for the same reason.
The overseas picture was one of
horrible persecution of Jews by
Gertrude Bashmaii
3rd Term President
Gertrude Rashman was to be
installed by Maurice Mehlman.
for a third term as president of
Kin Kerem Hadassah of Sky Lake
at a luncheon in the Reau Rivage
Hotel Thursday.
Cochairman of the afternoon
are Gertrude and Edith Kinstler;
Dorothy Rubin, program chair-
man, will introduce the entertain-
ment for the day featuring Linda
Mudane, coloratura soprano.
Judge Highsmith To Run
Judge Shelby Highsmith -vill
seek to retain the Circuit Court
seat to which he was appointed
nearly two years ago. Ellis Trnub
Jr.. was named his campaign
chairman. Judge Highsmith plans
to campaign in each of Dade
County's 27 municipalities.
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the Facist countries and these
same nations tried to spread anti-
Semitism throughout the world1.
My contemporaries an-3 I,, who
came into adulthood during the
'50s and '60s, have witnessed a
completely different scene. While
the Jewish school child is rela-
tively safe among the WASPS and
the ethnics, he is a target of beat-
ings and robbery in areas which
were integrated as a result of
liberal political efforts. The older
Jewish student finds that college
entrance cannot be achieved on
scholarly qualification alone. Ra-
cial proportion is today's criteria,
not learning and capability. The
liberals have succeeded in pushing
Jews away from many positions
of employment because they hap-
pen not to be a "minority" race.
Overseas it is in left-wing Rus-
sia where Jews suffer the most
persecution. The Communists, So-
cialists and Radic-libs the world
over are dedicated to helping the
Arabs carry out their avowed pur-
pose of di stroying Israel and driv-
ing its inhabitants to their death
in the Mediterranean Sea.
The moral decadence preached
and practiced by the liberal ele-
ments creates an atmosphere con-
trary to Jewish thinking and life-
style. This serves as a distressing
deterrent to the rearing and train-
ing of children in the Jewish
manner.
Unlike religion and morals, po-
litical affiliation should be changed
with no more trepidation than one
has when moving from one hoo.se
to another. If a certain poli'icai
wing seems to best serve the in-
terests of a group, its memeers
should stick with it. When cir-
cumstances change the needs of
the group, so should their political
thinking change.
Modern-day sensible, open mind-
ed Jews should be able to over-
come their political inertia, do
away with so-called "traditional"
Jewish politics an;"' place their ef-
forts in a direction which vill
setter serve them and their breth-
ren overseas.
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Ottev Shalom Congregation
Mrs. Phillips A Candidate
Mrs. Beverly Phillips, 44. has
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Dado County Commission. A for-
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active in the successful camnaign
against the "strong mayor" amend-
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TO SOLVE HIJ lCkl\G PROBLEM
>]). Fascell Reaffirms His
ipporl For Strong Action
pponse to ilie lecent mas-
i people .ii Isiael'i I.od
Rep. Dante Fascell has
led his support hi strong
to aid in the solution of the
lit: problem.
Fascell, who pointed out
peultv of censuring the ac-
co"ntrifs which harbor or
|pH'_:"i-l-. said. "In the CTSC
and Egypt, the United
does not maintain diplo-
tlotlom with those govern-
ail.! they do nol receive any
>f economic or military as-
c past, Fascell has spon-
lr B ipportt 'I a number "l
jacking action- He ~.'>n-
Bgislation which fit si made
|:v a federal crime, pun-
under Federal statutes;
partmeni of State to ne-
ap emi nt through the In-
torn < "i !l A\ ial ion Oi ;ani-
all signatories t<
f> 11 > return hijacked air-
(passengers, crew and hi-
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" jarkcr; urged the Secretary ol
State to push for U.S. rafvea-
( lion of Toyko Convention dealing
' with ciimcs aboard aircraft, anil
sponsored a resolution in the
' House urging the President to
Seek agreement with the govern-
ments of friendly countries to sus-
, pend air travel to and from any
country which fails to return
within 4 hours the hijacked crew,
plane, passengers and hijacker.
Rep. Fascell also s|x>nsored a re-
solution expressing the support of
Congress for President's request
that the U.N. give high priority
'onsidcration to the problems in-
cident to hijacking, and in support
of amendment to Toyko Conven-
tion; testified before a House For-
eign Aflairs Committee urging de-
sign regulations tor aircraft which
would preclude any future hijack-
ings, and joined with House col-
leagues in urging Ihe President
anil Secretary of Slate to request
open ami fair treatment of Soviet
, Jews accused ol hijacking cons ilr-
acj
Judge J. J. Zeltzer
Invited to Attend
Judicial Conclave
Judge J. Jerry Zcltxer of the
City of Miami Beach Muni -.p..1
Court, has been selected to attend
the 1!*72 American Academy of
Judicial Education.' '" '
The one-week sision of 'he
academy, which is supported h\
a grant from the Law Knfo.-ce
ment Assistance Administration o'
the United States Department of
Justice will be held at the Univer-
sity of Alabama in Tuscaloosa and
will begin Aug. 13.
While at the academy. Judge
Zeltzer will attend lectures and
participate in discussioas pertain-
ing to recent developments in th"
law. court administration and the
public's image of justice.
The purpose of the avad?my,
which is co-sponsored by the North
American Judges Association and
the American Judicature So-'ctv
is to provide practical Information!
for judges of courts of limited and
special Jurisdiction.
Judge Zeltzer is a gradual.' of
Wayne State University and has a
J.D. degree from the University ol
Miami. He is a member of the
Alcoholic Rehabilitation Commit-
tee of Miami Beach, Munti Ipa'
Judges Asoclatlon, North Ameri-
can Judges Association, the Flor-
ida and Federal Bars.
i Upon completion of the course.
Aug. 18, Judge Zeltzer will re-
ceive a certificate of attendance ,
from former justice of the U.S.
Supreme Court Tom C. C! irk.
president of the academy's imard
of governors.
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The ten race program gets un-
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No Change In French
Mideast Policy Seen
PARIS, France (JTA'iThere
sooms to be little reason to ex-
pect that France's Middle East
policy will change In the coil-
ing \vcVks*"?tffei- the 'creation of
the new French cabinet, hcadcO
by Premier Pierre Messmer, po-
litical observers said. The actual
power, according to the French
constitution, still lies with Presi-
dent George* Pompidous, who
is thought to foe the moving
spirit behind France's Mid-lie
East policy over the past few
years.
Premier Messmer. who served
as defense minister in a previ-
ous cabinet, was the man who
officially made the decision to
embargo all arms deliveries *o
Israel at the time of the Six-
Pay War. A further element
suggesting no Change in French
Mideast policy is the fact that
all the other cabinet :iiinisi-.>>s
particularly Foreign Minister
Maurice Schumann are keep-
ing their posts, at least for Hie
time being.
France's new premier was Bribed by an Israeli Cabinet
minister as one of the few
Frenchmen thoroughly acquaint-
ed with the Middle Fast. Tint
remark by Transport Minister
Miilinni Peres at a m-eting of
the Israel-France Frlendsliip
AssiM-intion in Haifa was th'
first assessment of Mevsmer by
a member of the Israeli govern-
ment.
Mr. Messmer is described in
the French press as iin ortho-
dox GaulHst," meaning a hard-
line follower of the late Presi-
dent Charles DcGaullc. His last
known declaration on the Mid-
dle Fast, was made Sept. 11,
1967 on the occasion of the visit
by Gen. Zwi T/.ur. Israel's " uty defense minister, who came
to ask him to lilt the embargo.
Mr. Messmer was reported to
have told Gen. Tzjir that he, as
detfdrfso" mitfrJtcV/coirlfl riot* lift
the embargo and that the ie-
const ruction of the Arab air
forces destroyed by Israel, could
not be considered an escalation
of new weapons to the region.
He rejected at that time in
Israeli protest against French
Mirage Jet deliveries to Leba-
non on grounds that Lebanon
.'id not participate in the Six-
Day War.
Hillcl Launches
Travel Club
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The Hillcl Community Day
School is sponsoring the Hillcl
Travel Club under the cochair-
man of Raqucl Scheck, Diane
Frankel and Harvey Baxter.
The first trip planned is a 16-
day European vacation leaving
New York on Sept:'2 which win
visit England, France, Holland
and Denmark.
. A second trip <> Athens.
Greece will leave New York on
Oct. 20 and return on Nov. 4.
Wometco Theatres
American Jewish Congress
Appoints New Youth Director
Jonathan Jeromy Goldberg. 22.
who has been named director of
| the National Commission on Jew-
Ish Youth of the American Jewish
i Congress, received a B.A. degree
I In Jewish studies from McGill Uni-
versity in May.
Mr. Goldberg, a long-time youth
' activist, will serve as an oinbuds-
! man and as liaison contact be-
; tween Jewish youth on campus
I and the American Jewish Con-
j press.
Harold Solomon Running
; For Dade State Attorney
Harold Solomon, who has an-
nounced his candidacy for state
attorney from Dade County,
served for several years as an as-
sistant stale attorney. He will run
i in the Democratic primary.
Born in Miami. Mr. Solomon
| was graduated from the Univer-
. sity of Georgia and the University
of Miami School of Law, anil was
1 assistant county solicitor before
joining the state attorney's office
in 1959. He is executive director
Of the Police Civic Action Asso-
ciation of Florida.
Mrs. Ferdie Elected
To JWV State Post
At the annual convention of the
Department of Florida. Jewish
War Veterans Ladies Auxiliary,
i held at the Americana Hotel last
j month. Mrs. Evelyn Ferdie was
elected to the office of junior vice
' president.
Mrs. Ferdie is a past president
Of the Murray Solomon Ladies
Auxiliary which she joined in
\ 1959. She has served the auxiliary
as treasurer for seven years, was
chaplain, child welfare and Aid to
Israel chairman, and held the of-
fice of patriotic instructor and
Americana chairman.
Midsummer Luncheon
Amity Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Women, has planned a mid-sum-
mer luncheon and card party
Tuesday noon in the Buckley Tow-
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[athie A. Sands Becomes the Bride Of Barry Zinberg
Kathie Arlene Sands became University, where she was a mem-
e bride of Barry Elliot Zinberg ber of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority.
nturday, July 8, at Temple | Her husband, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Zinberg of Rego Park,
N.Y., graduated from William Ho-
ward Taft High School and at-
tended Bronx Community College.
He served with the armed forces
in Europe, and is now associated
with Herman Phillips of New
York.
The new Mrs. Zinberg selectod
a gown of candelight satin or-
ganza and Alencon lace with a
chapel train and fingertip veil of
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MRS. BARKY E. ZINBtRG
lEmanu-El. Rabbi Irving Lehrman
[officiated at the 8:30 p.m. cere-
Iniony; a reception followed in the
[temple's ballroom.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
[Mrs. Michael Sands, 2031 S\V 82nd
|P1., graduated from Miami Coral
[Park High School and Syracuse
Carner Bank Officer
Named 'Ambassador'
Former Miami Beach Mayor
D. Lee Powell, vice president and
director of the Carner Bank of
Miami Beach has been acting a*
the bank's "Ambassador'' for com-
munity affairs. Mr. Powell, who
served for more than two decades
on the Miami Beach City Council
recently appeared' before his for-
mer colleagues to seek the adop-
tion of a resolution calling on
state and county governments for
speedy completion of two road im-
provement projects.
The former mayor had asite-l
that priority be given to the wi-
dening and repaving of 5th St. ind
to the repaving of West Ave..
major thoroughfares in the South
Shore area of Miami Beach.
After the council unanimously
passed his resolution, Mr. Powell
noted little if any action. Last
week he met with Mayor Chuck
Hall to enlist his personal leader-
ship in the campaign for improv-
ing the resort city's roadways.

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ried a bridal arrangement of white
roses and stephanotis.
There were two maids of honor
and two best men in the bridal
party. The bride was attended by
Bobbi Hammer and Joann Kames; j
the bridegroom was served by his I
brother. Alan Zinberg, and the |
bride's brother. Jack Graff. David :
Klbaum. Lester Malina. Michael j
Kiclis. Ted Yesgar and Richard j
Sandlofer ushered.
After a honeymoon in Spain, the |
couple will make their home in ,
New York.
"Abie's Irish Rose." one of the
longest running plays on Broad-
way, will be presented by the
Tropic Players Sunday at the
North Miami Beach auditorium,
17101 NE 19th Ave. Curtain time
is 7:30 p.m.. and admission is free.
A new theatrical group, the
Tropic Players, is under the direc-
tion of Burton Parker with Barry
Schreiber, president, serving as
producer.
Cast members include Mo Whit
man, Aida Kaye, Ed Schultz, Al
Botways, Camanile Bar, Sheldon
Dickstein and Craig Alpaugh.
Joyce Goldberg Announces
Metro Vice Mayor Joyce Gold-
berg will seek reelection to the
Dade County Commission in Dis-
trict 4 in the September elect
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the Metro body, she is a past fir -:-
dent of the Eleanor Roos \ It
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FOURTH: For Sandy Rothenberg, the Fourth of July has a double
mi anlng; it's hor hubby's birthday and has como to be an annual gct-
togcther for all of their friends, with barbecues and partying the order
(1 the day. The most recent gathering included the David Lifshultzes
Michael Rhelnhardts, Morty Zenicls, William Woilowitzea, Milt Horn-
steins. Sol Poppers, Dr. Nornian and Naomi Bloom, and Ral>hi Norman
Miissnian and CelU; of course, all the kiddies were included' And the
thoughtful and considerate hostess even included many more candles
SMALL WORLD: Iris and Myles Klein just returned from Spain
whore they met Glenda and Stan Friedman and Rusty and Howie
(ioodstrin, who were vacationing there and plan to go on to Portugal
also they've taken their tennis racqets with them and expect to
play every day.
LEAVING: Joey Weinstein and his pal, Dan Levi, are leaving this
weekend for a six-week vacation throughout Kuroi>e. The boys have
researched and studied their maps; they are carrying backpacks and
will be staying at youth hostels and with relatives who will welcome
them with open arms when they reach their part of the country.
HERE AND THERE: Sy Kaplan and his oldest son. Jeff, are off
on a business and golfing trip. Sy is "leaving the driving to Jeff," and
really plans to relax and take it easy. Tina (his younger daughter) will
add the feminine touch to the trioshe is going along Sylvia and
Bob Schwartz are back from Mexico ... the Jack Lavins and their
1 raveling companions, the Paul Schwartzes, are seeing Capri Mona
And Herb Parker are off to Massachusetts, where their youngsters,
Rhonda and Marian, are at Camp Ramah The Huysmans, Arlene
and Michel, unwinding and relaxing on a "slow boat" (The Christoforo
Columbol which will land in Trieste. The couple, members of the Ix>n-
dno Symphony, will go on for a fun time in Europe. Michel was born
in Antwerp, Belgium, and has many people to see Miml and Manny
Mandel had the pleasure of Rabbi Morton Malavsky's company on
their trip to Israel, Greece and Spain Madeline and Zeke Lorlier*
have an unusual trip in store for them. With their three youngsters,
they are flying to Denver, where a motor van is waiting for them, and
they will tour the glorious Northwestern states, camping in both state
and national parks .Morris (iruenherg is happy to be home after a
Strenuous business trip throughout Europe.
CONVALESCING: Buddy Dressner's still in the surgical intensive
care unit at the Miami Heart Institute, but Dot tic and the children are
relieved that the open-heart surgery is over and highly successful .
David Stern was released by Mount Sinai Hospital; he and Betty arc
"recuperating" at the Harbor Island Spa Jean Schecbtcr is im-
proving at Parkway General.
AT LAST: Dolly and Mel Schwartz have finally won. They've been
niter their parents, Pearl and Harry Cohen of the Schwab House, New
York City, to "make the move to our sunny South" for simply ages.
The Cohens gave in, and have settled in Miami Beach.
FOLLOWED: Prodi and Bernie Sandrl are bemoaning the fact
that "Agnes" followed them from Miami to Fort Erie Downs, Ontario.
where they had planned to play in a golf tournament. Out-weathered
by the hurricane, they stopped off in Cleveland to attend a wedding
and then made another stopover in Buffalo, N.Y. They'll be going to
Freeport ere long with Carol and Harold Diamond.
WEDDING BELLS: The "Maison Grande" was the setting for the
recent ceremony uniting Phyllis Schoenwettcr and Robert Shaw, and
for the champagne breakfast which followed. The bridegroom had just
finished exams at the University of Miami Medical School, and plans to
go back to school in September after a honeymoon camping trip .
Tod Bcrman. son of Shirley and Hal, met and fell in love with Barbara
Traeger, daughter of native Floridians Tootsie and Melvin Traeger, at
1he University of Florida, where they arc both students. They plan to
be married Aug. 6 in Jacksonville. Tod's sister, Jill, and her husband,
Vincent Leitch, who just received his Ph.D. degree in Literature, are
Jiving in Gainesville while he is doing his internship at the university;
his parents recently sold their home and are presently waiting to move
into the Aventura Apartments.
ACCEPTED: Richard, the Don Simons' No. 2 son. graduated from
the University of Florida and has been accepted at the University of
Miami Medical School. Before the September semester begins, he and
his chums, Andy Green berg and Tom Ziff, will fly off to Europe, rent
a car and see the sights.
FAREWELL: It really took a lot of secret maneuvering, especially
since all the young ladies were included, to plan and execute the touch-
ingly beautiful "farewell brunch" for Iris and Jack Fin-man hosted by
the Haven, Leader and Rubelman families in Myrna and Pete Rubel-
man's lovely new home in Golden Isles. The Furmans are going to New
Providence, N.J., where he will be associated with the Diamond Head
land development company as the firm's attorney. The Arthur Blanks,
Mel Felgeles, Arthur Feigeles, Ed Guthmans, Revie Ungara, Jack's par-
ents, Mary and George Furman, and Iris' parents, Helen and Mltchel
Lchrman, were there to wish them happiness and health in the venture.
PROUD: Mattie Altman has every reason to be delighted. Her
daughter-in-law, Ruth, a resident of Jackson Heights, N.Y., was a con-
testant on Bill Cullcn's TV quiz show "Three on a Match" and came
away laden with goodiesincluding a free trip to St. Thomas in the
Virgin Islands, a Renault automobile, a completely modernized kitchen
and cash to boot!
MAZEL TOV: Congratulations to Irving Newman on his birthday,
which marked the opening of his Shores Casualty Insurance Agency.
Helping him celebrate at the Jockey Club were the David Millers and
the Milt Hornstcins.
CELEBRATION: Mr. and Mrs. Lewla F. Cohen, who recently
marked their 10th wedding anniversary, enjoyed a three-week vacation
in Europe, visiting London. Paris. Lucerne, Venice, Florence and Rome.
Daughters Dianne and Lauri remained in their Dadeland home in the
care of their grandparents.
Transition Volunteers
Will Meet Here Monday
A meeting to inform concerned
and interested Dade Count ians
about the criminal justice system
will be held Monday at 7:30 o.m.
in the Greater Miami Coalition
Bldg., 902 SW 2nd Ave.
Transition, Inc., a volunteer or-
ganization organize; to assist in- I
dividual leaving any stage of the !
criminal justice system to make j
the transition towards contributory
citizenship into uie community and i
society, will sponsor the session.
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The United F:-n of Did"
County has allocated $35000 to
the American Red Cross to a- ;ist
flood victims in South Dakota and
those in states hit by Hurricane
Agnes. Robert Macht, president
said the allocation was distributed
from a disaster fund establisned
for this purpose.
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Zim Container Service Plans
Addition Of 4 More Ships
Daniel Jai Alai Sponsoring Third wBig Bands' Dance
Vaughn Monroe and his orchas- i will l>> free parking, and a spe-
tra will play from S p.m. until 1 | cial section for "singles." Tickets
also are avai'able at the DanU
Jai-Alai box office.
Liter two years of reseatch,
kh the launching of its first con-
Biership, the Zim New Yor'c in
pril. Zim Lines has inauRU rater!
utaincrsliip service between
iith America and the Far East
iis service hems the nam- Ziir
htainer Service to distinguish i<
Dm other Bervtces o; (he ;>a'"nt
^npaiiy on other routes. A sec-
ship, the Zim Tokyo, is now
service. These two ships >vill
followed by four others.
|T1ii"i Zim's route will be ex-
tided to Europe, the Med'ter-
rean, the Middle East and Hn:fa
fcikini; it one of the mo*t far-
pirhins containership lines in 'he
orld.
[The new ships are amoni the
floridays Camp
idds .\ph* Pool
Floridays Camp MR of South
lorida's tea "regional 'lay
amps. ha~ built ?. second imtruc-
lonal poo: tha' rea y for .h<>
cond summer sc-ssjon which he-
ins Monday, and runs through
fug. 11.
The new i.....! measures 2f \ 41
i 4^j ft. (A ii< deepest, and
Va ft. at the shallow end.
Ken Johnson, camp directo- of
Holidays, located on the ground*
vide ranee of experience in the
Of Kendall Academy, has had i
field, and holds a degree in physi-
cal education. Mr. Johnson snid
that permission to build the .>o!
ha I to be obtained from the State
3oard of Health. Floridays Camp
bias a regular JO \ 60 ft. swimming
pool.
The camp, located at 12401 3W
102nd Ave., operates five days n
Jvcek. Monday through Friday, 9
|B.m. to 4:15 p.m.
Schedoled activities for both
and girls, agea .'J-34 include in-
structional swimming, riflery. out-
door sports, gymnastics, archery,
arts and crafts, hor-ehaek riding.
; hiking, cookouts and Friday < in-
r.ing activity.

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Part of improve1, traffic eon-;
trol will be accomplished with a|
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a customer service man. That term
with most firms refers to some-
one in a department which exsU
to right errors or to investigate
complaints.
Zim's customer service nan
exists to keep errors from hai>] fl-
ing and to receive compliments,
not complaints.
j a.m. SaMrday, July 22. at the
Daiiia Jai-Alai Palace. The ev nl
is tbe third in a series of big b-nci
I danre extravaganza produced by
; Alan Grant.
Reservations may be maie at
I all Jordan Marsh stores. There
During the cays of World Wa>
II and the early '50s. Vaughn
Monroe was one of the top artists
on the RCA-Victor Records la.iei.
His records sold TO-mJHion eorjics.
with four singles passing the
lion mark in sales.
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Mr. Grant, now with \VM,' .
in Fort Lauderdale, was fo
with WABC-FM in New-
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pei-sonality of the year by Bill-
board Magazine in 1972. He > g
former judge of the Grammy
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to be continued.
Florida's grand and glorious Nieuw Amsterdam
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She's elaborate, engaging, and is she
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10 day cruises through June. July and
all the rest of the year. There's little
wonder people have taken to the Nieuw
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as cruiseships were meant to be. She
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She is quite the majesty of Florida
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Fridcry. July 14. 1972
*Jen feft Fkridlan
Page 9-B
12th Annual International Classic At
lagler Kennel Club Saturday Evening
Greyhound racing's most im- '
press show takes place this
Saturfij" evening at Miami's Flag-
ier Kennel Club. It is the 12th
innua"1 running of the SI 00,000
InterneUoiWI Classic. It features
feight hanipion dogs who have
iurvived a month of gruelling eli-
liltaticns and a salute to Abi-
lene, Kflntat,
Eliminations for the richest
face -' greyhound history started
June 14. Seventy-two dogs filled
But f original Classic roster.
jKight "ow remain. On Saturday
night, theM eight Will seek the
richest win purse in greyhound
histo:-y $36,000.
The ;;eld will be led by Colum-
ta of -he F. B. Stutz Kennel. Co-
Mnbe id the point standings of
greyhounds with 33 in the fi-
ll three elimination races. Points
|rere awarded the dogs based on
heir order of finish on a descend- i
ig scJ-ie of 12-9-7-5-3-2-1-0. The
eight dogs, numerically, were
nosen for the final event.
Second highest |*>int holder is
Surley of the Duane Randle Ken-
pi, winner of the $12,500 Flagler
Marathon Stakes held earlier this
(un
I The lemainder of the field will
Be ma up of Big Whizzer from
Hhe t-'! Baxter Kennel; Count
Kebei from the Dick Andrews
Kenr.' I;. \V. llashaway's Carry
On. '- I.i;htly from the J. \V.
Ewa': Kennel, and Gallant Fire.
the e- y out-of-town entry to
ma ke '
I The International Classic con-
test, i- icli will l>e the 12th race
of tii'. 'Migriim, is proceeded by a
pec... !ar salute to Abilene.
Kit". <:.c i Id western town which
fcouv tl.e Greyhound Hall of
JVuv nd the National Coursing
jkssortalion.
The live minute mini-produc-
:>n will include square dancing,
n-can lancing and Marshall Mil-
bn. The narrative will portray a
(rpothrtical beginning of racing
nd (> in;;.
The eight dogs, attended by
their i.-nnel owners, will lie led
in the |xist parade by three for-
mer 'ntei national champions.
Among ;he honored is Miss Whirl,
the only two-time winner of the
International. Abstained and Dis-
creetly,
Honored guest will he Henry
Jameson, editor of the Abilene
Rcileetor-Chroneile and personal
representative from that city.
Reiseman Makes Metro Bid
Metro Commissioner Harvey I
Reisman has announce" he will
seek election to his current post
a county commissioner from res-
trict. 7. A fomier City of Minn:
municipal Judge, he is a grad'tate
of the University of Miami School
of Law.
DR. PHILIP ABEL
Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon
is now located at
3160 Ponce de Leon
Phone 446-8423
Upham Runs For House
Mayor David Lapham of North
Miami Beach will resign to run
for the Florida State House of
Representatives, District 98. Born,
educated and employed in Dade
County, he is the son of a former
North Miami Beach mayor.
rtuvir Seeks Metro Seat
Harvey Ruvin, Miami Beach i
attorney and former North Bay i
Village mayor, has announced his
candidacy for the Metro Commis-
sion in District 5. He is a graduate
Of the University of Florida School i
Of Engineering and of the Uni- |
Versity of Miami School of Law. I
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PMdcry. July 14, 1972
Obituaries
BRODY
Harriet. 57. of Miami Beach D-**
husband. Sam <"<'/'^,erHrS,
f ^ br-.thers? Sam Lilt oj t*. An-
i r'.iif David "f M ami. and
i.. r.'i M.s. Brody was foundlnK
member an.i past vi. e oresWent.
. -respond* mr secretary mid t ;'?
ur.r of the Shore 1 nil of Pt-h- >-
Em Sneer Research Institute Fu-
,-.,.,1 services were held at River-
ida Memorial Horn.- with mterme.it
in 1-akeslde Memorial Park.
WEISS, Charlotte P... ?. SMI Col-
lins Ave M.B Riverside.
FRANK. Doria, 77. Of M B. River-
side
GOLDSTEIN. Louis. 71. 15750 N E
ltb Ct n M.B Newman.
llbkin. Abraham, 83. ol LauderhllL
Riverside
maya. Ida Ventura '' it River-
side Interment Ml Rlntl
miles. Ora. k 78, SSOfl Colllna
Ave ii B Riverside.
miller. I eo. 7". 5401 Collhni Ave .
M r. Blashi ra
PRITZER. Samu< I, >7, 985 8th 8t .
m n B' i
rubenstein. Jennie, 77, ol M B.
1 evitt
SABLE, W'llma, 74, ot Coral Gables.
Rlversldi
SPECTOR. Charles. 71. 836' S E
l"8rd St. North Miami Blasb
TEICH. Irwln Barnard, 41. 9801 S IV
r.tti Tit. Gordon
WASSERMAN. Sarah K BO, of M B.
Ki\ prairie Inn rmenl Ml N ho
FPEIBERG, Mollle, 86, of X. M B
Rlversldi
GLAZIER. D I. 65. of Hollywood
l vltt
GOLDFEIN. en 66, H>27.". Collins
Ave., Bal Harbour Riverside
LEI B. Helen, 57, of Miami. River-
side
li"pitt. Reglna, 80, of Miami Rlv-
de. Inti rmenl M' Nebo
lipson. Gussie, 86, 1650 Jamea
Ave.. M.B i iordon. Interment
Ml Xebo,
RICHMAN. Roherl R '3. of North
l:.i> Villajfe Riverside.
ARONOVITZ. Joan, 41. 125 x E
i^T'li St. Levitt.
GROSSMAN, liyman J f8, lfiKn \ E
126th Bl Levitt, Interment
Mt. Sinai.
HERWITZ. .Malli.-. 72. of M.B
Riverside.
wechte.R. Sol, :,-. of Surfslde
Riverside.
FRIEDMAN, Eva J, O.. 7::. of M B
Riverside.
Ginsberg. Harry. 7". of Treasure
island. Riverside.
VUNI8, Jack, 67, 2451 BrloKell Ave.
Levitt
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DRAtNIN. Sonia. 7.7. 516k W. Flag-
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GOTTLIEB. Sylvia, '.'. -:""1 Indian
Creek Dr., M.ri. Riverside.
KASPAR. Arnold. 7ft 1236.Marseille
Dr.. M.B Riverside.
MEYER. Philln. 16410 Miami Gardens
Dr Riyersfde.
SCHULTZ. Israel. 7.'.. of Mil. River-
side. Interment Mt. Sinai.
SHOLDAR. Leonard Albert. 54. 27.70
N E. IX.'trd St. Levitt.
SIEGAL. Oeorge H.. 84. 7411 S W.
'i.,i ^i Gordon, Interment Star of
David
MArtKS, Anna. 74, 4:.o 21st St.. M.B.
Riverside.
P^SKOW, Herman Morris. 7.7. 7IM.7
h Drive, x. Bay village. Blasbenr,
SAND. Morris. S4. of MB Riverside.
SCHEINBLRG. Ida, of MM Hiver-
si.l..
haber. Rose, r.s. of N.M.B. River-
side
ISAACS. Saul M 8". 72S1 Wavne
Ave M B Blasber*
LEVIN. Bernard S.. 4. 12l S.W.
!7i-i si. Blasbera
NOSSEK. Anna. 65 150 S E. 4th SI
Gordon.
RUSSINOFF. Samuel. 85, 194 W 28th
St Ilia', ih. Gordon
TUSH, Harry, 78. I7<>0] n |.; i.Sih
Ave X M T', Blasbi
KAZiMiR. Alexander (Kaxlmlerow-
Ml. 73, of M.B. Riverside
SEITZMAN. Robert, 86, of Lauder-
' de I ikes l evitt
dietz. Cele, 7:;, ,.f MB. Riverside.
eisenstadt. Samuel, 72, it io N IV
7Sh St Rl isbera
Goldman. Samuel, ;. 170] Collins
8 i M R Rh erslde
GUGLIN. I ouls, 85, of M B River-
side Inn rmenl xi t nvi...
Harris. Mlnnli C 92, 23 Collins
Ave M B I: .,
ISEMAN. Israel 74, 5750 Colllni Ay .
M.B Rlnsherg
rosen fne.>h B6, 1431 I olltn \ve .
II. I I !.
81'IH'v>nVli.V s,!i ''" "Kh"Mn
we \| '. i:iv, i>|di
WOlPiN. Ilertrum, 15, 1200 N E 6th
Ave Riverside
VESSNER, I ena. 71. 1425 Collins
Avp., M" P I' isbera
Friedman. Edward, 60, of Surfslde
Riverside
GERQER. Louis. 68. ... M.B. River-
| r|..
kandel, EDhralm. 80. IS55 Jefferson
Ave., MB Newman. Interment
.Ml .N.-h, i
RAUL. Rudolph, 60, 2009 S U. '.iih
sr Newman.
RENNERT. Ii, David, 72. 2871 Col-
lins Ave., M.B. Riverside
ROSENFIELD. Fannie. 7s. 227 Col-
lins Ave., M.B Riverside. Iiuer-
menl Ml Nebo
SMITH. Hilda, B2. 6395 Collins Ave.,
M.B Gordon.
TAYLOR. Hairy. 7:'.. 17"," X i; |Ut
si Newman
ZIEMBA. Edward W 53, 121 Col-
lins Ave M.B Newman
BORNSTEIN. Solomon .1 JJ 1-n
S w 18th St. Riverside
Cohen. Eva, 75. of M B Levitt
f'Shman. Ji seph, 71. of M B
Levitt.
FOnu^N. Gnrdner i;, 72, of Surf-
side Riverside.
WOFSEY. Mitchell, v, !,.;, Collins
Ave m B Riverside.
wurtzel, Samuel, B* 9.833 Collins
Avi Surfaldi Blasbenr.
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LEGAL NOTICE
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: Thf Marriage ot
JULIAN KIRSCH.
Husband,
and
SARITA KIRSCH.
Wife. ri|
TO: SARITA KIRSCH
1351-lSth Street
Fort I-ee. New Jersev
TOO ARE NOTIFIED that a Peti-
tion for Dissolution of Marriage has
been sntered against you. and you
are required to serve a copy of your
answer or pleading to the Petition on
the Petitioner's attorney. JOSEPH
DiBARTOI.OMEO. 8400 Bird Road.
Miami, Florida .1313.">. and file the
original answer or pleading In the of-
fice of the Clerk of tne aoove Court
on or before July 2th. 197::. If you
fail to do so. juagment by default
will be taken against you for the re-
lint demanded In the Petition. The
re'ief asked for in the Petition la
dissolution of the marriage, and child
l ustody rights.
This Notice shall be nuhlisned once
each week for four (4) consecutive
weeks in twk JEWISH I'U 'KtniA.N.
DATED: June :W, l!-7-_'
E I! I.EATHERMAN
Clerk. Circuit Court
By N.A. HEWETT
Denuty Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
M K0 7 7-14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY O.IVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ECO NO TOURS at 924 Biscayne Boul-
NOTIC
the
bu....
ECON'O TOI.no ^ .~-.>.~-----
vard, Miami. Florida intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
JERRY GRANGER
MAC METtMEI.I.
Attorney for Jerry Granger
1900 S.W. Third Avenue
Miami. Florida .13129
7/14-21-28 8/4
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 i ION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN' RE: Th.- marriage of:
BARBARA II..MA MILES.
Wife,
and
RAYMOND KI WARD MILES,
Husband
To: RaYAiOXD EDWARD MILES
. btefcamore Streel
Lynn, Masaaenuaetts
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that mi action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has I.....n filed a^ains' Y"ll and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to H
on WILLIAM P. JOHNSTON, attor-
ney for Petltli net, whose address is
i:> Southwest Third Avenue, .Miami.
Florida :,,::ii'!i. and file the original
with the clerk ol tlie above styled
court on or before July 2s. 1971; 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 fin* four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH PIORID1 i\'
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
j" day of June, 1972.
E 1! i.r.ATHEHMAN.
As ClerK, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By N. A HEWETT
As Di-|iutv Clerk
I 'Ii null Court Scan
WILLIAM F. JOHNSTON
1900 Southu e-t :; Wcnue
Miami. Fiorina 84129
Attorney for Petitioner
I/2S-30
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 723399
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREOITORS
In RE: Estate of
LOUIS SCHHE1BER
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate: .
You arc hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which vou may have against the es-
tate of I.OUI8 8CHREIBER deceased
late of Dade County. Florida, to the
County Judges of Bade County, and
file the same in duplicate and at nro-
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 7 day
of July. A r> 1972
Sara Q. Schreib.-r
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 14 day of Julv. 1972
SPARBER, ZEMEL. ROSKJN AND
HEILBRONNER, PA,
Attorneys for Executrix
ion \ isi.. nyne Boulevard
Miami, Florida 83132
7 14-21-28 t 4
IfCAl NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUrtT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
NO. 72-2790 (Blanton)
NOTICE OF PROBATE
In RE: Estate of
ANNA WEISSMAN
Deceased.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IV
THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT
You are hereby notified that a writ,
ten Instrument purporting to be t!-,
last will and testament of said i\f.
cedent has been admitted to probate
In said Court. You are hereby com.
manded within six calendar month,
from the date of the first publication
of this notice to appear In said Court
and show cause If any you can. why
the action of said Court in admittir.*
said will to probate should not stand
unrevoked.
JOHN R. BLANTON
County Judge
By CORNELL ROBINSON
Clerk
Attorney MARVIN I. WIENER
2121 Ponce de Leon Boulevard
Suite 1040. Coral Gables. Fla.
First publication of this notice JO
the 23 day of June. 1972.
C. J. SEAL
6/23-30 7/7-14
l
l
that
Mar
7-14
IN THECOUNIY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DAUt COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-3134
': RE: Estate of
Jl'LIl'S IIA LPKYN
Dei i user!
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
l : Hav-
ing ( |n n i lent iiids Ai s
i. I
You are hereby no
n j
1 rain*
PHY: ceased
. F.orlila,
Dade Count I
is pro-
led III f |
the I
u Di le C mi !
lar irom the
n
|>i .
Dated al Mlai P rl la, tills
daj oi Jo.-.- A.I i. 1972
ERNEST IlAI.M'.YN
H1U.AUD HALPKYN
SANDRA FRIEDMAN
As Executory
Flrsl publication uf u.i, notli
the 23 da) ol June, 1972
Mjre Kaplan, Poi ter, !.., inson
,v K iiiii
Attorney for Co-Executors
1161 S.W. First Street. Miami, Florida
___________.__________; 23-30 7 7-14
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 72-13937
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
in Re The Marriage i if:
SARRETTE EUGENE, Husband
and
HYPRAMME LECRERE EUGENE,
Wife.
TO: HYPRAMME LECRERE
EUGENE
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY notified
a Petition for Dissolution of
riage has been filed against you, and
you arc hereby required to serve a
cop) of your answer or other plead-
ing to the Petition on the Husbands
attorney. LESTER ROGERS, whose
address is 14a4 N W. 171ii Avenue
Miami. Florida S3125, and file the
original with the Clerk of the above
styled court on or before tins Is day
of August, 1972 or a Default will he
entered against vou.
Dated this l" dav of Julv | :
E I'. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the I irx-ull Court
, By: D. RYAN, D.C.
" ll'euit Court Seal)
_________________________ 7/14-21-28874
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND f-OR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-3068
I. im-NPT,CE T0 CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
ALMA .1 HAUSMAN
i Dece......i
To All Creditors and All Persoi H iv-
- i aims or Demands Against Sal I
i. 11 *:
| You ar,- hereby notified and n
. to present any claims ami di
which you may hav. ags
IL; X .1 ,in: 3MAN ... ;
Louni} Judges : Dade ,
iKIed in s. .

Ii Da Ii i
within
oi the same >. II be I arre.1
1
day l Julie, ah .
Max ) i.in- man
A Kxi cutor
Ion of nil,
DAVIDS. KI'MBLE
Attornej foi ,:>. .,
Road
I
on I____
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUP*
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2891 (Blanton)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
ANN JEFPRES
Deceased.
T" All Creditors and All Persons Ii
Ing Claims or Demands Against Si '
Estate:
You are hereby notified and roqu i
... present any claims and detnai
which you may have against the e
tat- of ANN JEFFRES, deceased la i
of Dale County. Florida, to the Ci u
ty Judges of Dade County, and
the same in duplicate and as tr-1\ i
in Section 733". 16, Florida Btatutei
their office! In the County l t
I -i:... in Dade *'. runty, Florida, a
in >ix calendar months from the
if the first publication hereof, or i
ant ill be bam !
Dated at Miami. Florida, this
dav oi June, a n 1978.
Ill I IAN SWARTBTTRG
BERNARD M KOMMBL
As K.Se.UtoIS
Plrsl publication of this nor..
the 23 day of June, 1978.
Kommel, Rogers, Lorber &
Shenkman
Attorneys for Executors
480 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. FI
6/23-30 7 7-14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tl '.
the undersigned, desiring to engage h
business under the fictitious names
JOSEPH R. HI'lllXI, M.D.. Jos''!
R. RI'BIN'I, M.D., FA.C.P.. JOSEP
R RUBINI, M D., P.A. at 1150 N
11th Street. Miami. Fla intends
register said names with the Clerk '.
th. Circuit Court of Dade Couill
Florida
JOSEPH It RCBIXI, M.D., P.A.C.P
Profession.,I Association
Sparber, Zemel. Roskln and
Hellbronner. p.a.
Attorneys for annlicant
100 n Biscayne Boulevard
Miami. Florida
7/14-21-88 -
20th
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___________________7/14-81-88 "4
.NTHECOUNTV^uoorls-coTJ^
DADE .CNP^AftORIOA
.,___No. 72-947
rnRE:NEeEoTCRED,T0RS
DAVID SHACK.
Deceased.
m0eAf^,?^ed"Or8r.an,, A" Persons Hav-
Estate? mS r Dema'"ls Against Said
You are hereby notified and reoulred
.h rer,,'?n 733.16. Florida Statutes. In
n Dalle'^o "Vher.V"um>- ct.ur.h'ousS
"mbemrred'0n ^^ th "^
day-oWy1. AMr3am972P'0r,da- th'S 30
Alma Strober
As Administratrix
thTTa pub"SaUon of th'* notice on
the 23 day of June. 1972.
ARONOVITZ. SIIA'ER & BOOTH
Attorneys for Administratrix
'ii Ainsley Building
6/23-30 7/7-14
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH:
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUI"
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. F' ORIDA
CASE NO. 72-13900
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
in RE: The Marriage of
M VOOIE ORIER SCI rTT,
IVAN SCOTT,
vm IVAN SCOTT, wl -
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DATEI this 1" d 'V ,.f July, I97S
E, U IK VTHERMAX,
Clerh
By R M K1SSEE
(Circuit Conn Seal)
7/14-21-2*
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C1RCUI-
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NUMBER: 72-13863
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION F0C
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
THE MAURIAOE OF
VI( TOR M. XIEVES.
Husband
and
SHERYL J, XIEVES.
Wife.
TO: SHERYLJ. XIEVES
C/O Mr. and Mrs. Acker
All Angels Hills
Woppenger Falls. Xew York
YOJ- ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of M
riage has been filed against you at '
you are required to serve a copy >'
your written defenses, if any. to it "i
RONAIJD J. FATH. Attorney for Pe-
titioner, whose address In 2629 Souttj
Bayshore Drive. Miami. Florida, ana
file the original with the Clerk of tnt
above styled court on or before Aug-
ust 85, 1972; otherwise a default ''
be entered against you for the reliw
demanded In the Complaint or Peti-
tion.
THIS XOTICE shall be publish*'
once each week for four cons.. U
weeks in THE JEWISH FLORID! A-N
WITNESS my hand and sea
said Court at Miami. Dade Con >
Florida, this 7 dav of Julv. 187-.
E. B. LEATHERMAX.
Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By: N. A. HEWETT
, Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
RONALD J. FATH. Attorney
2629 South Bayshore Drive
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Petitioner ...
7/14-21 -ii 3*
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Fridcy. July 14. 1972
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Dr. Abraham G. linker, diri-c-
*^tor ci libraries at Yeshiva Uni-
, versiTy and chairman-designate
"of t.->e Dopm tment of Jewish
.^tuci^fiBrooklyn College, *}"*
\rbei-n reelected president of tlie
^Con^rence on Jewish Social
StuoitS. an association of scho-
irs and laymen devoted to
is'.rch on the position of Jews
ine modern world. The con-
srer^oe also reelected Dr. Salo
M. Bhpou. honorary president
no leaiinet Buron, Joseph I..
Blai: and l. M. Kaplan, \ice
Jres-cents. Kuwll Knapp is
chairman of the board and
Bernard II. Goldstein is secret-
<"- it -it
iThe ballet buffs of the Cul-
Arts Society of South
forida attended three perform-
of the world-famous
{tlsnoi Ballet in Ottawa. Ca-
18 recently. Laura Rose May,
evident of the Society, led the
jup, which included teachers,
ttroni and students of the
inst-rvatory of Fine Arts in
>rth Miami Beach and the
i.T.i Conservatory in South
irrj.
it it is
Inthony Abraham, chairman
the annual South Florida
iv? loi benefit of St. .Tu.c
ploien's Research Hospital in
.his. reports that the hus-
has been awarded a *5
n federal grant for con-
stru .on of new facilities. The
fund-raising drive .n
Ith Florida for the Memphis
Deal center is headed by
.Tainer nanny Thomas, w.io
Jded the hospital. The 1973
r.i will be held at the Fon-
hleau Hotel an;" Mr. Thotn-
rfll again headline the din-
arid show. Mr. Abraham
Jack Streicher has been ap-
pointed manager of the Coral
Way branch of Biscnyne Federal
Savings & Loan Association, ac-
cording to board .chairman n,*\
president E. Albert I'aiiot.
Manolo lleboso, who was ap-
pointed to the Miami City Com-
mission, replaces former Vice
Mayor Irwln Christie, who re-
signed to seek a Judgetbip. Mr.
Reboso said he hopes to serve
as a bridge between the Latin
community and the city govern-
ment.
# *r it
The board of directors of the
Voters and Taxpayers League
of Miami and Dade County hos
selected State Rep. Sherman
Wlim Outstanding Man of the
Year for Dade County. Supreme
Court Justice Richard \V. Irwln
made the presentation.
fr it is
Premier showing of the mo-
tion picture. "Buck and the
Preacher" was held this week
for the benefit of the Be la foil te
Tacology Center. The center,
operated by the Advisory Com-
mittee of Liberty City Youth, is
located at 61^1 N.W. 9th Ave..
it it
Morris \. Broad, chairman of
the board and president of the
First National Bank of Bay
Harbor Islands has announced
the appointment of Dorothy J.
Stafford to the position of as-
sistant cashier. Mrs. Stafford
brings to her post nine years of
banking experience with Dade
County financial institutions.
it it is
Ted Cohen, Democratic pvty
chairman in Dade County, has
been appointed national dcpt'tv
legislative offiser of the Jewl h
War Veteran! of the L'nii d
States.
Aristocrat Condominium
Pompano Beach's Best View
The Aristocrat, a luxury on-| The balconies are Completely
donunium recently completed in j private, with an entrance to the
Pompano Beach, was constricted i kitchen. Single family homes sur
in the shape of a "Y" to give rich, loilhrt >> Aristocrat, se"Hurt'-no
apartment a better view, accord- neighboring high rise spoil ihe
ing to developer M. Messer. view.
IEGAI NOTICE
F. Louis Wolff Asscciati
The 18-Story building has from
Fort Latldei dale designed the ir),I-! two to four apartments a ll'ior.
ern building, with Oscar Vagi ar- j with selling prices ranging '"ioni
S2.',000 to $48,000. Luxury bath-
rooms in marble and ceramic are featured in all apartments.
More than 00$ of the 134 units
have bean sold. Sales offices nd
models arc located at 1200 Hibis-
cus Ave.. Pompano Beach, just
off A-l-A
chitect in charge. He said the Y"
form capitalizes on the condomin-
ium's Unusual location.
The Aristociat looks out over
he Iittracoastal Waterway, Lak.
Santa Barbara, the Atlantic Ocean
and the beach. Most of the bal-
conies offer panoramas of 180
degrees or more.
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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. 72.14125
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
tx RIB: Marriajce between
JIl.V THOMAS
l'uillioiier u
and
IIOIIEUT THOMAS
Keapondent
TO: KOllKHT THOMAS
1907-1/2 Baal 4ii> Street
Anderson, Indiana
YOI' AKE HBKBBV NOTIFIED
that an action for Dieeolutlon ': Mar-
rlaa* huH bean fUad against yon and
you ar.- required t" nerve ;i copy f
your wrttti-n Aafanaee, it" any. t<* ii
on I'.OXAIJ) A. AI.TK.lt. ESQ., ORO-
VEK. WB1NSTE1N & STAIT.KK.
l'.A. attorney for Petitioner, whose
address Is ::.-." Lincoln ROM, Miami
Beach, Florida :ind file the or-
iirinal witli Bhe clerk of the
above styled court on or before Aug-
ust 2.'!. WW: otherwise default will
be entered against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or pett-
This liotlre shall be published onca
.ach week for four consecutive weeks
in THIS JEWISH W/MUBJAlt
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami. Florida, on
this 12 day of Tuly. 1?72.
B B l.F.ATHEUMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
l>ade County, Florida
llv R. E SHEA
As iv-nuty Clerk
(Circuit Court gen
UROVER, WEINSTKIN &
BTAUBBR. l'.A.
350 Lincoln Koao
.Miami Beach. Florida
By: Konald A. Alter
Attorney for Petitioner^ usu._.x <.,4
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
CTITIOUS NAME LAW
F. IS HEREBY OIVBN thai
ideralffned, tleRlrlng to enffnae in .
under the fictitious name of
I.. Dnvla and Carol Ann
1-b'n Stephen Wayne Apart-
tl .".4" X E. 149th Street and
N E 5tn Court, North Miami.
Intend* to realnter Bald name
i Clerk nl the Circuit < ourt
' 'ounty, Florida.
Ronald I. DavlR. P \
-1; nincayne Bulldlna
. iv. Flaaler Street
.>li;inii. Florida 3313(1
l.. Davis
T I4-L'l-:.'> I
COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
ADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
NO. 72-2935 (Blanton)
NOTICE OF PROBATE
Batate of
.Ii: s AL.T8CHULL
I.
TATE OF FLORIDA:
ll.l. PER80NS INTERESTED
E ESTATE OF SAID DECE-
are hereby notified that
n instrument purportlnR to
'1 will anil testament Of said
n has been admitted to pro-
outit not stand unrevoked.
nded within six calendar
from the dnli- of Ibe first
lion of this notice to app.ai in
lurt and show oauae, if any
in. why the action of said
n admlttlne. said will to pro-
ih<-iiiil nool stand unrevoked.
ELSON & r*ELDMAN, P. A.
Attorney
MS5 Kane Concourse
ami Beach, Pla. SSI Si
Telephone: SC5-ST16
T. R. Nelson
JOHN It. BLANTON
* 'ouniv Judge
B> CORNBtX ROBINSON
fieri;
t publication of this noliee
day of July, 1912.
[SKA I.
7 14-81-28 9 I
OWNERS OF UNDEVELOPED
LAND IN SOUTH FLORIDA!
Why isn't your property providing income for you?
Do you need:* Development planning assistance?
* Financial planning and funding assistance?
General Contractor services?
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ADVANCED FINANCIAL SERVICES, INC.
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West Palm Beach, Florida 33401
(305)655-4521 Ext. 21
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-11109
ACTION rOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
I \ RE: The iUirrlaajc of
MICHAEL PWMONO.
MARIA LOCI8A ORTIZ POI.KJNO,
To MARIA I.or ISA ORTIZ
FOI.ICN"
44:: Santa Barbara
VoJ}eXAREt,HE,ReEBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
rkure has been tiled agafnsl you and
you are required to serve a row of
your written defenses, if any. to it on
LEGAL NOTICE
ii,
on
HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-13997
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
F.: The Marrlaire of:
I.Ot'lSi; I.AVIMA KKKNANDFl:
wife and I'KTKK FKRNANI>ER -
huali.ind.
Tt PETER FERNANDER
- Nassau. Bahamas
TOi: ARM IIKUKHV notified that
tip*- Petition for Dissolution of Mat-
risae has been filed against you ainl
y*u are hereby required to serve a
copy of your answer or other plead-
ing to the Petition of the wiles At-
torney, JOHN J. CALLaAUHEIt,
oxe address Is 1454 N.W. lTih Ave-
nue. Miami. Florida MISS, anil file
the original with the Clerk of the
above Htyled '"ourt. o-n or liefore th*
IS day of Auk. 1972, or a Default
(fc will be entered axulnst you.
M Dai.d this 11 day of July. 1T:'.
r- E. B. t.HATIIERMAX
Clerk of the Circuit Court
I!y: I! Al IvlSSEK
^Cir.ult Court Seal)
T/I4-X1-28 S/4

NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY. NO. 72-14020
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
ALBERT '!"l D
Husband. Petitioner
.i nd
ROSI.YN i;o|.|,
Wife, Respondent
TO: ROSI.YN COLD
i ii South Manle Avenue
Rldaewood, New Jersey
You. Itosl.YN ilol.H are hereby
notified ili.ii a bill of Complaint for
Divorce lias been filed ajtalnst you.
and you are required to serve n ropy
of your Answer or Pleading to tli-
I'.ill of Complaint on the Plai.itlff's
attorney. Arthur 11. Hesti, llTIl liis-
rayne Boulevard North .Miami. Flor-
ida 33IC1 and file the 01 initial An-
swer or pleadinR in the office ol the
Ulerk of the Circuit Courl on or be-
fore the 18 day of Auk. 1972, If you
fail to do so. Judgment by default
will be taken against you for the re-
lief demanded in the Pill of Complaint.
This noiiee shall be published onoe
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH Fl.oRllilAN
DONE AND DRDERED at Miami.
Florida, Ibis II day of July, A. D
1972.
B. Ii. USATHBRMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
By: R. M. KI88EF.
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit 'ourt Seal)
ARTHI'R Ii. HESS
ilTll Biecayne Boulevard
North Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
7 1 I _' 1 -1: v 8 I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-3271 (Primm)
NOTICE OF PROBATE
In RE: Estate ol
ROSALIND VY SAMIKI.S
Deceased.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
TO Al.l. PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE BSTATBOP SAID DECEDENT.
You are hereby notified ttiat writ-
ten instruments purporting to be tin-
last will and testament and First and
Second Codicils thereto of said 'i,--
nedent have been admitted to pro-
bate in said Court You ar,' hereby
commanded within six calendar
months from the dale of the first
publication of ibis notice lo appear In
said Courl and show eause. it any
you can, why ihe notion ol said Court
in admitting said will and i odlclls
thereto to probate should not stand
un revoked-,
SPAHKER. ZE.MET.. ItOSKIN AND
IIEH .RRON.VER. p.A.
Attorney for Bicecutor
Hi" N. Ilis.ayne Boulevartl
Miami. Florida S31S2
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
County .luiiti-
B) I.OIS F PASToRFIEI.D
Clerk
First pulillialion of this notie.- on
Ihe 14 day of July. 1972.
c .1 SEAL
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This notiee shall hi
,-h Week foe f"Ur
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hi'THKJKtt ISH KI.f.RII'lAN. ;,
WITNESS mv hand "'*",'. "T
,V\','d ..aft a. Miami. Plbrlua ;
""*" --r' .vr u'-v; rslsi max.
vi- clerk. Clrcuh Court
Dade County. Florida
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cull Court Real)
tlEOKOK SAMPAN
420 Lincoln Road. '"-''
!|,nm| Reach. Florida ....i-'
Attorney for Petitioner .
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (IIVEN that
thi- underslsmed, deslrlna to enanai In
business under the fictitious nani. of
TYPECAST BOOKS at P.O. Box No.
::7ii. West Hollywood, Fin. ::::":::'. m-
tenil'a lo register said name with
ihe Clerk of the Ciroull Courl "i Dade
County, Florida
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vJentsti ncrkiian
Friday. July 14. 1972
YOUNG TURKEYS;
GRADE'A'
QUICK FROZEN
10 TO 14 LB.
AVERAGE
TOP U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN
CHUCK
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69
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REGULAR OR LOW CALORIE (ALL FLAVORS
RITZ SODAS 998
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Eskimo Ice Cream Sandwich ofG6
TOP QUALITY
PEACHES
FOOD FAIR SUCED CHUNKS. CRUSHED
59c Fancy Hawaiian Pineapple 3 cans $1
SWEET
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3*1
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Sweet Nectarines
garden fresh tender
1 Crisp California Carrots 2 bags 39
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CLOROX 19cl
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29
LIMIT ONE JUG PLEASE. WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF -7 OR MORE. EXCLUDING CIGARE1
KAHN'S SANDWICH SPREAD OR MIDGET
LIVERWURST
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Land 0' Frost Smoked Meats ..Jfi 39c Florida Fresh Grade 'A' Eggs dozen39'
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NUTRITIOUS
49 Master's Yogurt
DELICIOUS
Farmbest Fresh Buttermilk
HALF
GAL
CONT.
All FLAVORS
58 OZ AQC
cups 39
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