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The Jewish Floridian
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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
July 21, 1972

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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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"dewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 45 Number 29
Miami, Florida Friday, July 21, 1972
Two Sections Price 20 cents
Soviet Military Advisers Ordered Out
Sadat's Ousting Implies
Further Israel Activity
By Special Report
TEL AVIV Israeli mili-
tary offficials here reacted cau-
tiously to the announcement
Tuesday night that President
Anwar Sadat has ordered So-
viet military advisers and ex-
perts out of the United Arab
Republic.
Defense Ministry personnel
. here noted that Mr. Sadat said
all Russian m'ssiles and othir
equipment on Egyptian soil
had become Arab property.
The U.A.R. announcement to
the general public was delayed
seven hours after the Egyptian
president informed the powerful
* central committee of the ruling
political party of his decision.
He stressed to the politi.r 1
leaders that the Egyptians "a"*
on the threshold of new frie"d-
ships with the Soviet Union."
The Egyptian leader renorte lly
was distressed at Russian re-
fusal to employ its new MIG-23
jet fighters under Egyptian con-
trol or to ship offensive bomb-
ers to the Cairo regime.
There are an estimated 15 to
20 thousand Egyptian advisors
and other military personnel ,n
the U.A.R. Almost all of the
advanced SAM-3 missile sites
were under full Russian control
before this week's takeover.
Some sources here speculated
that the Egyptian move fol-
lowed the recent visit of Pres-
ident Nixon to Moscow, and said
that Mr. Sadat will seek a sub-
mit meeting in the Soviet capi-
tal soon.
Sadat's proposal unanimously
approved by the committee In-
duced :
"A derision to end. with effect
from July 17, the mission of he
Soviet military advisers and ex-
perts who came at our requ.'-.t.
Our sons in the armed forces will
replace them in everything tlvy
did.
"The military installations and
equipment which were estab-
lished on Egyptian soil after the
June 1967 war are considered
the private property of Ey;>t
and are under the operation of
our armed forces."
Observers said this would ap-
ply to complex missile installa-
tions and new aircraft equip-
ment that in mnet analvsfs'
judgment the Egyptians have
been inadequately trained to
handle well.
"A call within the framework
of the Egyptian-Soviet friend-
ship treaties for an Egvptian-
Soviet meeting at a level to he
agree: upon later to hold "c n-
sultations concerning the rorri ig
stage."
Official sources said the de-
mand for the termination of 'he
Soviet mi'itary mission and with-
drawal of the experts and ad-
visers was conveyed to the
Kremlin.
Secretary of Defense M'.vin
R. Laird is quoted as saying "we
are watching the initial reports
very closely."
Okamoto Gets Life Imprisonment
Shapiro Appeals To Nixon
To Help Wife Obtain Visa
NEW YORK (JTA1 Gav-
' riel Shapiro is appealing directly
to President Nixon to help his
wife Judy obtain a Russian vha
-so that she can attend his trial
in Moscow opening July 26. The
Jewish activist who married
Judy Silver of Cincinnati in Mos-
cow last Juno 8 dictated a letter
to Nixon over the telephone
from Moscow today. Mrs. Sha-
piro told the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency. He also dictated a let-
ter to Premier Golda Meir of
Israel, requesting that she send
bis wife the original documents
affirming the Israeli citizenship
granted him in absentia a yeir
igo. so that she can bring them
With her to Moscow.
"She must be with me in ;ny
hour of need." Shapiro said n
his letter to Nixon. "If I shall
>e imprisoned for a long period
t>f time, we shall be separated."
he wrote. Mrs. Shapiro told the
JTA that her husband said it
was essential that she attend h's
trial. But, she said, she has had
no word from the Soviet Consul-
ate where she filed her visa p.,5-
plication last June 28. She said
she has been in "constant touch"
with Richard1 Davies, Deputy
Assistant Secretary for Eur-
opean Affairs who is hand'irg
the matter of her visa. M-s.
Shapiro said she has had no ac-
knowledgement of the seven tol-
grams she sent to President
Nixon since her return to the
United States last month.
Mrs. Shaprio said her hus-
band's request for his Israeli
citizenship papers stressed tint
he needed the originals, not coo-
ies. Mrs. Shapiro said she rea?h-
es him by phone and said she
thought their conversations
were taped.
TEL AVIV (JTA) Ko/o
Okamoto was sentenced to l?xe
imprisonment Monday by a
three-man military tribunal
that found him guilty on all
counts relating to his participa-
tion in the May 30 Lydda Air-
port massacre. The sentence
was read to the crowded court
by Lt. Col. Abraham Friseh.
president of the tribunal as the
24-year-old Japanese "kami-
kaze" gunman stood impa*i>e.
handcuffed to two militaiy
policemen.
Frisch acknowledged that the
State Prosecutor, Lt. Col. David
Israeli, did not demand the
death penalty but asked instead
for life imprisonment. Earlier,
defense counsel Max Kritzrmn
aske'' the court not to impose
capital punishment and to avoid
making Okamoto a martyr.
Okamoto received the life sen-
tence for discharging firearms
and throwing hand fumades
that killed 2C people and
wounded more than 70 others
and participating with others in
these actions. On another count
of rendering service to an il-
legal organization (The Popular
Front for the Liberation of
Palestine) he was sentenced to
ten years' imprisonment.
The verdict of guilty on all
counts was rendered Monday
morning and sentence was
passed when the court recon-
vened briefly the same even'rig.
At the morning session Lt.
Col. Frisch stated that the de-
fendant's guilt was proven be-
yond reasonable doubt -ind
noted that Okamoto had con-
fessed to all charges against
him.
Chamber Names Lubarr
NEW YORK (JTA) Sydney
Lubarr, for many years an ex-
cutive with the Israel Bond Or-
ganization has been named na-
tional coordinator of the Amer-
ican-Israel Chamber of Com-
merce and Industry, Inc., Max
Ratner of Cleveland, the presi-
dent of the organization. ?n-
nounced.
Czech Press Attacks
Community Leaders
LONDON (WNS) Czech
Jewish leaders have been attack-
ed by the controlled Czech press
the International Council of
Jews from Czechoslovakia re-
ported.
Dr. Benjamin Eichler was dis-
missed as head of the Jewish
community of Slovakia for hav-
ing said in 1968 that "Assimi'i-
Uon did not solve and cannot
solve the Jewish problem."
Prof. Hanus Steiner, a former
member of the Academy of Sci-
ences, is being attacked for hav-
ing said in 1969 that Israel
should be regarded as the or.-a-
tion of survivors of the most
barbarous act of genocide.
Sen. Eagleton's Record Shows
Strength In Israel Position
By Special Report
W A S H I N G TO N. D.C. Sen.
omas F. Eagleton, the vice nresi-
tial nominee on the Democratic,
ket is a staunch and outspoken
porter of Israel, the Near East
port writes in its current July
ue.
A few days after assuming of-
ce in 1969, Sen. Eagleton said.
believe unequivocally that the
.S. must reaffirm its moral and
jklitical commitment to the con-
nued existence and independence
the State of Israel."
In 1970. he signed a congres-
wial declaration stating that "the
irties to the conflict must be
irties to the peace achieved by
parts of direct unhampered ne-
gations. ... It would not be in
the interest of the U.S. or in the
service of world peace if Israel
were left defenseless in face of the
continuing flow of sophisticated of-
fensive armaments to the Arab
nation."
Later, he co-signed' a bipartisan
letter to the Secretary of State
urging the United States to "an-
nounce its intention to provide Is-
rael with the aircraft so urgentlv
needed for its defense." A few
months later. Sen. Eagleton joined
72 colleagues in a letter to Presi-
dent NLxon requesting resumption
of jet deliveries and expressing the
need to maintain a balance to evoid
all-out war.
When an American plane was
hijacked to Jordan. Sen. EacV'on
co-signed a telegram to the Presi-
dent urging "that the United
States not be a party to any agree-
ment with terrorists that distin-
guishes between American citizens
on the basis of race, religion or
creed."
In May 1971, Sen. Eagleton co-
sponsored a bill providing for '10,-
000 visas for Soviet Jews. The
pending legislation which author-
izes an $85 million grant to re-
settle Soviet Jewish refuge's in
Israel also bears Sen. Eagleion's
signature.
In October 1971, he was ono of
78 senators who called on the ad-
ministration to take affirmalive
action on Israel's request for Ph.ui-
tom jets and to provide Israel with
supporting equipment and assist-
ance.
Mrs. Milton S. Jacobson, (left) of New York City,
iiational president of the Mizrachi Women's Or-
ganization of America, presented the Silver
Medallion Award to Ruth Aleksandrovich for-
merly of Riga, Latvia, when the Soviet Jewish
woman stopped briefly in the United States.
Miss Aleksandrovich, who is now married aud
a resident of Israel, was voted the award at t^.e
46th national convention of Mizrachi Women
"in symbolic tribute to the courage and stead-
fastness of Soviet Jewish women whose struggle
tc maintain Jewish cultural and religious identity
is an inspiration to all who cherish the ideals of
freedom of religion, and freedom of emigration,
for all people everywhere."


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Friday. July 21. 1972
[Samuel Gertner Of Mount Sinai
Elected To APF Trustee Board
* i
fc.-r.uel Gartner, executive vice Israel through a full time excnaiiRe
Indent of Mount Sinai Medical of medical personnel arid ideas
ter heater ^m^^ ju^h^co^ies. ^
secretary of the APF, Mid at the
annual meeting, "We are fortiumte
to have a man the caliber of Sam
Gertner working with us, anrl we
sincerely hope he will continue in
his efforts to help mecicine and
the physician in Israel through 'he
APF."
A native of New York s'ate.
Mr. Gertner came to Miami Beach
in 1949 as executive director of
Mount Sinai. He has gtiided its
growth from a 256-bed hospit il to
an expanding 663-bed medical cen-
ter currently in the midst of a 333
million construction project.
He had previo'isiy served as
assistant director of New Yo-k's
Both Israel and Sydenham Hos-
pitals and as division adminis-
trator of the New York City De-
; partment of Health and Welfare.
i He is currently serving as pro:'es-
gor of hospital administration for
the Department of Epidemioljgy
at the University of Miami School
. of Medicine and has been past
| president of both the South Fior-
i ida Hospital Council and the Fior-
i ida Hospital Association. For the
', past 21 \ears, he has served as
; director of Blue Cross of Florida.
A year's affiliation between
Mount Sinai and Chaim Sheha was
marked on June 16 at a special
luncheon at Mount Sinai honoring
! Chaim Sheba's director, Dr. Mor-
! decai, who came to Miami Bonchi
i for the occasion. A May medical j
! symposium in which 40 Miami
j physicians visited the Israeli hos- j
| pital, also highlights current ?ro-
; fessional activities.
SAMUtl GfffTNH
ne or ';'edi.a:e.' service towards
advancement of the Claim
ba Medical Center of Tel-Ha-
(lomer, Israel, as a major medical
tetitutlon," was unanimously
ii.d a member of the 'nun!
If trustees of the American Ph; si-
pans Fellowship i APF' at ih-'
iTvanization's annual meeting in
fan Francisco on June 19.
Mr. Gertner is the first non-
fiedical man elected to the board
the 23-year history of the APF '
rhe ".HOO-membcr organization
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Kahane Sounds Alarm
At ZOA 75th Convention
TEL AVIV (JTA) The 75'h
jubilee convention of the Zion-
ist Organization of Amer'.ca
was enlivened this morning by
the annearanee of ltabbi Men-
KaJui'-'-. leader of the Jewish
fjerense Eeague*,' fJDLt'aml a
spirited rebuttal by ZOA presi-
dent Herman L. Weisman >f
Kahane'a warnings of an immi-
nent holocaust in the Unit -d
States Weisman categorically
rejected Kahane'a thesis Hwl
American Jews must emigrate
to Israel en-masse to save fit >ir
lives.
La-* night the convention w is
addref&ed '"> Israel's Foreign
Minister Abba Ebitn and heard
a message of greeting from Oov.
N.I.- A. Rockefeller, of New
York, who was to have delivered
it ir. person but cancelled his
trip Israel because of a d in h:- family.
Tl 1 DL leader who want, d to
be h< ard at the convent* i's
onenii g session in Jerusalem
Thursday night agreed to par-
ticipate instead at this m ir i-
ing"S session here devoted to
allyati Earlier, Kahane was criti-
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is ic. Eban who chided "those
who mink that by smashing
glass the U.S. they will help
bring Russian Jews to Israel.'
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that American Jews face a new
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nomic situation in the U.S.
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Number 29
lergers A Sign Of The Times
For most synagogues this is the time of the year when
kre are stirrings of interest in affiliation despite the
imer doldrums. The past several years, however, have
been happy ones for reasons that are not as yet clear
linishing 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
tually non-existent and that the merger of an increasing
iber of synagogues a new development in American
twish life has been taking place in recent years. Not
ly is the synagogue building boom of the last two
cades over, but actual attrition in their number is taking
lace as the result, it would seem, of a shifting population
id the pressure of economics inflation and unemploy-
lent.
One of the unusual features in the merger development
that several have involved Conservative and Reform
Dngregations and a number of others cutting across what
could seem to be ideological grounds are in the works. It
las been apparent for some time, even among some of the
ibbinate, that the new generation of Reform and Conserva-
^ve Jews are not as concerned with denominational dif-
erences as their forebears. It is too early to forecast a trend,
but those interested in the future of liberal American Juda-
Bm are watching the signs with great interest today.
(Future Uncertain In Latin America
The rapid growth of nationalism, and the changing
leconomic and social structure, but not anti-Semitism, are
I the major factors causing uncertainty about the future
I of 800,000 Jews and their communities in Latin America.
Tha main problem is how the mostly middle-class
Jews will fit into the new society that is emerging in Latin
America, according to scholars from that area who met
recently in a seminar conducted by the World Jewish
Congress. Immigration of Jews to Argentina, Brazil and
Chile, in particular, has come to a halt while emigration
to Israel has accelerated because of that uncertainty.
Press reports did not indicate that the subject was dis-
cussed, but a continuing problem in Latin America is the
lack of Spanish-speaking rabbis to meet the religious edu-
cation needs of a younger generation that knows no other
language. This neglect is a challenge to the international
bodies which speak for world religious Jewry but continue
to ignore the needs of our neighbors to the south.
Group Fights Anti-Semitism
The Jewish population of Italy is small some 40,000
in a nation of 55 million but there are signs of a revival
of anti-Semitism traced to neo-Fascist and Arab sources.
An encouraging factor has been the formation of an inter-
faith committee, led by Catholic priests, laymen, Pro'es-
tants and intellectuals, to combat the rising movement.
Urban Concerns Brought To The Fore
The Democratic Convention brought to the surface
again a number of Jewish urban concerns. Such problems
as preferential treatment for minorities, the merit system,
scatter-site housing and cross-busing were not taken up
during the official proceedings but they were topics that
many of the more than 200 Jewish delegates and countless
number of non-delegates representing Jewish organizations
discussed in hotel lobbies and suites.
These problems are not solely the concern of the Jew-
ish community, for they cut across the entire nation at this
time. They have brought into conflict sometimes open
the aspirations of other ethnic groups in our society. They
axe the result of what one speaker has called decay at
home and destruction abroad and will have to be dealt
with by whichever party takes the leadership of this coun-
try for the next four years.
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH AISDF
MIAMI BEACH More and
more, one gets' rhe feeling that
the secret purpose of the Demo-
cratic National Convention is to
ensure the re-election of Rich-
ard M. Nixon.
During one of the more vici-
ous procedural squabbles, the
chairman of the rules commit-
tee, Rep. James G. O'Hara of
Michigan, was oven heard to
wonder aloud whether the
Democratic Party was "worth
preserving."
THAT WAS going pretty far.
Yet the real question seems to
go even further. Is it in fact i>os-
sible to preserve the Democratic
Party at least in anything
like its former guise as this
country's self-confident major-
ity party0
At a guess, the answer to that
question will prove to be "No."
HJTJV
In the poUtJcal history of this
century, in fact, what'happened
to the English Liberal Party be-
tween 1900 and 1925 probably
offers the best analogy for what
seems to be happening here. A
little poem is the best place to
begin.
'The ancient power of
privilege.
"That goes with women and
champagne and bridge.
"Fell; and democracy
i esumed its reign.
'That goes with bridge and
women and champagne."
THIS WAS Hilaire Bellocs
comment on the Liberal Party's
huge triumph of the pre-first
world war period. Belloc meant,
of course, that there was hardly
a pin's worth of outward dif-
ference between the Liberals
and the Tories of that time in
England although they were
at daggers drawn on many is-
sues.
By that time, to be sure, the
Liberals had already lost the
great landed magnates like the
Duke of Devonshire. These had
taken a walk years before when
W. E. Gladstone committed the
Liberals to home rule for Ire-
land. But when Asquith was
prime minister, there were still
only a handful of Labor Party
members in -the House of Com-
mons. ...
IN SUM, the grand Liberal
coalition of different groups,
classes and interests still seem-
ed just as powerful and prosper-
ous as ever. Yet the seeds of its
own destruction were deep-
planted, nonetheless. The coali-
tion had lasted overlong. In the
post-first world war period, the
Continued on Page 12-A
Some of the counter currents
running in the national Jewish
community got a fairly full air-
ing during the Democratic Con-
vention. The setting was a se-
minar planned by Sen. George
McGovern's staff and support-
ers, but it turned out to be a
congress of American Jews with
all the divisions that implies.
THE ONLY bright note in a
serious, often heated, discussion
of the Democratic presidential
nominee's attitude on questions
of Jewish concern, his staff and
advisors, came from a Pennsyl-
vania delegate to the conven-
tion. "Let's face it," he said,
"even in Israel they have a
Jewish problem."
For close to two hours some
150 attracted to the meeting, a
number of them prominent local
Jews, quite a few of national
political stature, ranged in in-
terest from Israel to Iowa. The
"real enemy for Jews out in
middle America is where the
Republicans are in control," a
woman delegate from Iowa
pleaded, a small voice among
the loud ones that dominated
the meeting.
BUT THE afternoon belonged
to a highly vocal minority from
the inner city ranks, a number
of them wearing yarmulkes that
in itself reflected some of the
divisions in American Jewish
ranks which have surfaced in re-
cent months.
Elizabeth Holtzman. the young
woman who defeated veteran
Congressman Emanuel Celler in
the New York Primary last
June, perhaps articulated it
test. "We are disturbed with
what seems to be a lack of con-
cern about the problems of in-
ner city Jews and particularly
their being ignored as a minor-
ity. The question of job quotas
affects Jews strongly and has
serious implications for other
white ethnic groups."
A CHICAGO delegate sensed
a lack of confidence in the Jew-
ish community. "We see our-
selves threatened by the empha-
sis on black and brown aspira-
tions, and we are beginning to
act again like an ethnic group."
To emphasize what he meant
(he was one of those with a
yarmulke) he spoke of the in-
sensitivity in not advocating
making kosher food available to
poor people and not protesting
the scheduling of political cau-
cuses on Saturday.
"The impression we have is
that most of Sen. McGovern's
advisors are secular Jews, not
synagogue-oriented," was his di-
rect contribution also implied in
statements made by other
speakers, one of whom labeled
as "house Jews" those on the
nominee's staff who were "mis-
informing him."
WHILE THE question of Is-
rael was not ignored, there ap-
peared to be general agreement
that it could not be the domin-
ant issue for American Jews. Il-
linois Congressman Sidney
Yates, however, responded to re-
cent statements in the press
hailing President Nixon as Is-
rael's greatest supporter, as
"shocking." It is the Congress
which has originated the strong
supporting measures on behalf
of Israel "and forced them on
Nixon and his State Depart-
ment."
Sen. Abraham Ribicoff. who
nominated McGovern and turn-
ed down a chance at the vice-
presidency, emotionally charged
Nixon with "manipulating"
Jews. After the election to
whom will he listen the pres-
ident of UJA or the president of
Standard Oil? He also viewed
it as a serious problem that
"Max Fischer is trying to use
his UJA influence to raise $5
million for the Nixon cam-
paign" and warned that "No
greater disaster to 6 million
American Jews or to Israel is
the belief by some that we are
electing the president of Israel."
The Connecticut liberal pointed
out that it was his advice to
Golda Meir to be "tough with
Nixon" and a strong Senate
position that brought last De-
cember's positive results from
the Nixon administration.
After the formal meeting,
which was presided over by the
chairman of the South Dakota
Highway Commission, Manley
Feinstein, a boyhood buddy of
the McGoverns, one of 8 Jew-
ish families In Mitchell, S.D.
(there are all of 170 in the en-
tire state), many remained to
debate in little clusters. It was
all very Jewish and left me with
the feeling that it was good for
us Jews to expose our real
thoughts and emotions and that
we could use a lot more of it
not under political auspices, as
original as that was.


Friday. July 21, 1972
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Arnold Stern Is
JFCS President
Arnold J. Stem, a Miami CPA
was elected June 13 as president
of the Jewish Family and Ctiil-
dren's Service. Mr. Arnold, who
has served on the JFCS board tor
three years, is a past vice presi-
dent of the organization. He is a
past president of Temple Deth
Mohe, and a member of the
Greater Miami Federation budget
committee.
Members of the slate who will
serve du-ing the 1972-73 year are:
Samuel S. Smith and Mrs. Harold
Ran', vice presidents; Walter C.
Kovner. secretary; Mrs. Eugene R.
Katz, treasurer, and Dr. Alan A.
Linton. honorary president.
Members of the board are Ron-
ald Ager, Dr. Melvin L. Becker.
Mrs. Leonard Beldner. David P
Catsman. Walter S. Falk. M-s.
David Flecman, Mrs. Burton B
Goldstein, M->\ Charles Goldstein
Mrs. Sol Goldstein, Mrs. David
Kirsh, Irvin Korach. Sidney Lef-
court, Mrs. Burton Levey, Richard
Levy, Mrs. Bernard Nemeriff
Mrs. Edwin B. Oppenheim, Mi-
chael Pascal, Maurice Paviow.
Mrs. Morton Silberman, Mrs. Mike
Sumberg, Harold Tannen, Harold
Thurman and Mrs. Howard Trin.z.
Mrs. Edwin B. Opoenheim is
president of the JFCS Women's
Committee.
'Heroin' Is Topic
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ONE OF MOST IMPORTANT POSITIONS
obert Forman Accepts New York Post
kbert P. Forman, who has
with the Greater Miami J'W-
[Fitlevniion for the last 10
5, will assume "one of 'ho
Important positions in th*
of Jewish social welfare ii
H'n ti 1 State*" on Sent, i. ic-
ing to Arthur S. Rosiehin.
ration's executive vice presi-
lt
Fonran, who la presently
Hate executive vice presW -n t
CiMlF. ha-- h'on "anvd ox-
Hve I'i'Vlor I'o- n ""i";sf-a-
of New York's Federation of
ii-h Philanthropies,
fhe New York FdTation has
benef'ciary agencies serving
world's largest Jewish com
Bitty.
with the loeal Federation, Mr
p-man had resoon-ihi'ity for a
piety of activities, in'ludin? ad-
lni---lration n"d i-io'-".il nn-n-|
fns. community planning, b'.ldg-
r\,i. finance and relations with
r-whor agencies and United!
ind.
|ln paying tribute to Mr. For-
|nn. Mr. Rosichan state': "F-d-
ntion's development o-er ilie
l*t 10 years has been in In "go
art due to his concern for peo-
|e, his desire to serve them, and ,
commitment to the whole i
"cert of .Tewdshness and !he|
iilosophy of Jewish survival. Hi- :
itusual ability to work with <>-
|lc. both lay aid Drofes'onal, ba
r>n of the highest order."
In his new position. Mr. F ir-
nan will he resnorwible for overall!
rection of Federation'- ai"n:ni=-1
Ir.iiive. management and ''is -al |
Iff airs; functioning of 'he hoard
bid executive committee: leader-1
sh ii 'evelopment procrram: c>n-;
ral services for agencies as well
f.- agency re'at'onshipe: and >vill|
Represent Federation on various
community bodi',s. in addition, h'
bas been aeked to give s-v'ia''
Iftaff leadcshio to a to')-l"ve! :
[South Dade Hebrew Academy Names
Dr. Greenstein Prexy for 2nd Term
Dr. Melvyn Greenstein has been
i d to serve a scond 'erri n
I resident of the South Dade Heb-
j'w Academy, Norman Kasser has
I>een named honorary president
1 r the coming year.
Other officers on the slate with
Dr. Greenstein are: Bernard Lie-
berman, M. D., Manny Merkur
i:nd Mike Salamon, vice presi-
idents; Sandra Burger, recording
secretary; Sidney Indgrin, M.D.
corresponding secretary; Herb
Meiselman, treasurer, and Al Zis-
man, financial secretary.
Serving on the board of direc-
tors are Garv Frank. Irwin Lecho-
witz. Wolf Lichtcr. Ben Mussary.
Rubin Offenbach. Irwin Roth, Al-
bert Abramowitz, Dr. Bernard
Lieberman. Leo Steinman. Arthur
Roth. Merwyn Levin. Sylvia Fox,
Daniel Kamis, Jack Lubin, Ed-
ward Lustig, Ralph Fisch, Morris
Zalmanovich. Bella Bermann.
Alexander Gordon, and Paul Mus-
kat.
The South Dade Hebrew Aca-
demy, an affiliate of the Hebrew
Academy of Greater Miami, is un-
der the leadership of Rabbi Alex-
ander Gross, principal, and Rabbi
Ralph Glixman, executive vice
president.
Applications for the coming
school year are still available at
the school office, and classes are
held at 8500 SVV 8th St.
Allan J. Ehrlich, a 25 year vet-
eran of the hotel and restaurant
field, has been named execu-
tive food and beverage direc-
tor of the Fountainebleau Ho
tel, Miami Beach. The appoint-
ment is effective immediately,
according to an announcement
by Ben Novack, chairman of
the board of the famed resort
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ROBERT F0RMAH
committee considering future
goals and purposes of Federation.
Robert Russel, president of the
Miami Federation, lauded Mr.
Forman's many contributions io
this community's growth over :he
past decade.
"To him mint go special credit
for reestablishing our planning
processes which have yielded some
of the most exciting developments
in Jewish education in the en'ire
Country." Mr. Russell said",
"Mr. Forman was responsible
for guiding and -timulatine our
Manning activities in the field o*!
leisure time and college youth
services, In addition, he has "ieen
developing an anpreach. a tread v
anprovef hv Federation's Bonrd
for a massive study of the no?ds
of our community's aged resi-
dents, scheduled to begin mis
fall," Mr. Russel added.
Mr. Forman was also in eh.-, ge
of Miami's particinati n in the
National Jewish population si tdy
and Miami's special popular on
study as a part of the national
effort. This has yielded vital fncts
about Greater Miami's Jewish
population which are of prim- im-
portance in sound planning and
use of the community's resources.
During all of this time Mr. F.ir-
inan handled a number of cam-
paign assignments, including 'he
direction of the Women's Divi-
sion, Professional Division ind
help with major gifts.
Another major contribution of
Mr. Forman's was his work in the
construction of the new Federa-
tion building. The new building
(at 4'_'00 Biscnyne Blvd.) grew
from a study committee in the
mid-GO's (of which Mr. Forman
was secretary!, dealing with capi-
tal needs of the community's
agencies for a 10-year period.
One of the major recommoi/a-
tions called for an efficient, at-
tractive and ccntrally-lociteri
community building which would
house Federation and a number of
other community agencies.
"This building was completed
about a year ago. Mr. Forman rep-
resented Federation in the de-
tailed work with architects, de-
signers and the consortium of
community builders who con-
structed a quality building at the
lowest possible cost to the com-
munity," Mr. Russell observed.
"It has been acclaimed national-
ly as one of the most beautiful
and most functional Federation
buildings in the entire country."
Mr. Russell added.
Prior to coming to Miami, Mr.
Forman was with the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation of San Francisco
Before that he was associated
with the Welfare Planning Coun-
cil of Chicago and the American
Service Institute of Pittsburgh.
Mr F>man is a monitor of
Temple Emanu-El and a member
of the National Association of
Social Workers as well as the Aca-
demy of Certified Social Workers.
He holds a Master's Degr-v in
Social Work fiom the University
of Pittsburgh.
He has been a sports official
for almost 25 years, and ha; of-
ficated in football and basketball
at the high school, collegiate f-nd
professional level in various parts
of the country. Locally, he is as- J
sociated with the South Flc'da :
Football Officials Assn., Greater;
Miami Athletic Conference and
the Florida High School Activi-
ties Assn.
Mr. Forman's army
Leaders Will Attend
Am. Health Congress
Two top officers of Oedan of
LebaiMHI Hospital Auxiliary wj||
represent their organization at
the three-day meeting of ,be
American Health Congress frjrfl
Aim .t 7-10 in Chicago.
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Stripes," where he served as a
staff correspondent for the Eur-
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folk music and art fan, presents Miami Mayor David T.
Kennedy with a poster Roberts painted as a gift for the
Miami International Folk Festival to be sponsored by thy
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Friday, July 21. 1972
ederation Israel Mission Success
"Operation Israel 1973." spon-
^red by the Greater Miami J.'\v-
Federation in cooperation with
Be United Jewish Appeal, was
ktrofuced on July 13 by Mr. and
Ii> Morton Silberman. Som 41
kemhers of Miami's Jewish cim-
punity signed up for the Oct. 19
ludy mission.
Mr. Silberman is a vice t>n-s-
-nt of Federation and chairman
\f the budget committee. His wife
ral is chairing "Operation Is-
iel 1973."
"We wanted to have a stronc
Ihowing from Miami on the Oct
19 mission." said Mrs. Silberman.
rbut the response was so enthus-
astic that we only have a few
peninj;s left for that date. We
re a.-si-red. however, of e>od
Miami representation on each of
Ihe other nine missions," she
added.
Ten. 10-:'ay trips are scheduled
lor 1973; in-depth studies of Is-
rael from the Golan Height-; in
the North to the Suez Canal
Operation Israel is geared to ex-
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|and so?ial problems of the conn
try. which will soon celebrate its
|25th birthday.
The Miami contingent will leave
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*Me* I r) HorldR&n
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French Report
Readied For
Council Group
JERUSALEM fJTA* re-
formed sources here said that
France was preparing a new pro-
posal for consideration by the
Security Council that woul^i re-
quire Israel to comply with the
section of the council's June i6
resolution demanding that it re-
lease five Syrian intelligence of-
ficers captured during a foray
into Lebanon June 21. The sourc-
es said the French crop -sal do^s
not call for sanctions should Is-
rael refuse to comply. But con-
cern was expressed hero that 'lie
new French move could disrupt
negotiations presently being con-
ducted through the Interna-
tional Red Cross fo1- a gencial
prisoner-of-war exchange oe-
tvvcen Israel, Egypt and Syria.
Israel insists that th release
of the captured Syrian office's
can be effected only through a
general PCW exchange. The
Security Council's resolution
was criticized here as one-sided
for not calling for such an ex-
change while demanding that
Israel tree its captives. The res-
olution stipulated that the coun-
cil would meet again in the event
of non-compliance by Israel.
That stipulation was the basis
for last week's request by Syria
and Lebanon for a new Security
Council meeting.
Vaughn Monroe
And Band Here
Sat. July 22
Vaughn Monroe. no of the coun-
try's leading bandleaders, will h"
here, for one n'ght ni'v. Sat'Tday,
July 22. at Dania Jai-Alai Pa'aec.
Alan Grant, formerly with
WABC-FM ifl New JJTork Citv and
now heard daily on WMJR-FM in
Fort Lauderdale from nine to mid-
night, is hosting this third in the
VAUGHN MONROE
series of big bands dance extrava-
ganzas.
Vaughn Monroe and his orches-
tra will play from eight to one a.m.
with another band alternating.
General admission tickets may "oe
purchaser, at all Jordan Marsh
stores, but reservations may be
made only at Dania Jai-A!ai Pal-
ace box office.
During the '40s and early '50s,
Vaughn Monroe was one of the
top artists on the RCA-Vietor
Records label. His doep baritone
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which sold over 70 million copies
including 4 million singles, among
them "Ballerina," "Ghost Riders
in the Sky." and his theme s-jng
"Racing with the Moon."
Young Singles Dance
Young Singles of Temple Emanu-
El have scheduled a dance for
Sunday starting at 8:30 p.m. at
the temple.
Wometco Theatre Art Show Names Ten Top Winners
Over 150 paintings from five
theatres were submitted this year
to the fourth annual Wometco
Theatre art show. The top 10 win-
ners included members of the
North Miami Beach Artists G"ild
and Allied Arts of North Miami.
Winners are A?ton Chapman for
"Golden Bat.' best in show;
Dianne Bodzin for "Children in
Park." second; Dinah Trimas for
"Acupca," third: Harold Fowler
for "Moon Glow," fourth, and
Enila Kealoha for "Mexico,"
fifth.
Horo-able mentions went t<
Ldie Silverman. Terry Min[;jla.
Virginia Werner, Lois Brainerd
and Evelyn Clemmer.
Among judges were Lloyd
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Friday, July 21. 1972
>..<:.:*.
....."*
' immiwuuwMM P
'he FKnbbi v :M |
- ...... [;:.*
*st Touching Episodes
li't thine eyes "ostwffrffand nV'.h;
waul and southward an eastward,
and behold with thine ey > ."
And i: that particular verse, th*re
can :> found n great insight into
the nature and limits of prayer.
Each >: in has at one time or
Hi.' other pouted out hi- hearl in
I i;f imoa-' prayerful yearning, requesting tiiis
lience, and who favor or that from the Almighty.i
' ;i thi r iin
denied entry In-
to the Promt s
BI RALPH KINCSI.I'r
pie Sinai of North Ha.li-
the most touching i pi-
all o: the Bib!e is the
which thi- week's p
fthchanan be-in- M -
who had lost ni-
' '.r. a mo-
So often the lesponse i< not the
ere we sock, ani we won'let

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9/,
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tows
s<
"T*"\k
erwees
nc in' >eei\. aii.i we '% ) n e r
whether God really listen^ or real-' Leon J. Ell, Miami Beach civic
Land, r>our< oiil ly cares What we rorget, at s-ich and religious leader, has bpen
hLs hcrt in te ,h,:,( we a T :'1,'(l named to the board of the Na-
last, desperate alone ai.. that our needs oi die _., ,
npt to mom nt may not be in consonance! Uonal lder Americans Ad-
God to "chaige with the needs or plan of the uni-1 visory Committee for the re-
His mind.'' as it verse. It is then that the text election of Richard M. Nixon.
minds us to look to the north.' Mi. Ell's appointment was an-
south, east or west. We ntvil to j u i v i u n
.. nounced by John N. Mitchell.
were. M j "be-ott'^ht t h e
text, with the
go over. I !>?.>"
lid see the cood land that is
[the Jordan ."
1 is pathos in his angu'shed
kit of course, his words uv
light. "Let it suffice thee;
I in more unto Me of this
So replies God, thereby
recognize that God is not, as Rabbi
Roland Gittelsohn once put it. a j
"cosmic bellhop" who waits unon
j our every desire. At lie-t. through |
prayer we can seek to make God's :
needs our needs, and His demands
our demands. The reverse is not
always possible.
A little boy once eomplaine!
W M j/lll VIU.I, (II..14 U\ ....- I#V*J .'.: I I M '1,1 14-
iv poor Moses that the I bitterly to his mother that God
i- no longer open for dis
Yet. the matter is not
rios.-d, for there follows slill
iv vei.se which adds dbnen-
|what has gone before: Get
Into the top of Piscah and
did not answer his prayer, for he
failed to get a bicycle for his blrth<
day.
"Hut you are wrong." said his
mother. "God did answer your
prayer. Only, H.. said 'No.'
in. l?2. Jeuixh Telegraphic AaTenC) i
"Shabbos
nt Sinai Medical Center, for the third consecutive year
le 50 underprivileged boys physical exams and a bon
Wage luncheon the weekend prior to their attendirg thp
ghts of Pythias Youth Conservation Education Camp in
nokalee. Shown are (left to right) Abe Michaelson
nan district deputy grand chancellor, Peter Brod, chair-
i of the State of Florida Knights of Pythias Cam., Com-
lee, Dt. Divalo Guerra of Mount Sinai's Department of
liatncs examining James Sanchez, and Sam Levins.
'sident of the Pythian Youth Foundation
'
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Vaeschanan
(Chapters III
" Vnd I besought the Lord at that time
rVII. lit
b e^ef'.Vn0* B!:DIEXCK: Continuing hLs first discourse
b^cs related how- he had entreated God to be allowed to pass
! p m ^t,a"- S Pl"a had boon donicd- H" had viewed
L Z^ m ,h 1>0ak f Mt PiSgah and Joshua had
?ii.ippoint.-d to carry out the task of conquest. Moses aptien'ed
the prople to adhere meticulously to God's statutes and jud te-
Int- for thereby they would be recognized by other peoples M
.e,t and wise nation. They should never forget their expert-
B .1 the toot of Mt. Horeb. where they heard the voice of God
Iteming the Ten Commandments which he inscribed on "he
t. Meuol stone. God did not appear in any form or likeness
tins should serve as a warning against fashioning graven
|E< of any kind.
EXPOSITION OF THE COMMANDMENTS: Mom be~an
Jse ond d a -out se by repeating the Ten Coinman 'Tients which
te th< foundation of God's covenant with Israel. The people
tabled at Sinai, he recalled, had been terrified nt all they had
In.-s.d and pleaded that Moses should a.'drcss them instead
pod. Motes then affirmed unity of God. whom all should love
whose commandments should be transmitted to the younger
k-ration. These laws wet* to be constantly remembered by
ns ot a 'sign' urwn the hni>.J and 'frontlets' between the eves
inscribed on the doorstops of the house. Future generations
buld be trained to observe all of God's commandments because
ly in so doing will mankind be able to live in peace.
i
What is meant by
Chaaakf"
"Shabbos Chazak" is the name
given to the Sabbath on which
one of the Five Books of Moses is
completed in the course of the
Torah reading for that Sabbath.
The name comes from the expres-
, sion used by the congregation
j when the last sentence of the
book is read. The congregation e.x-
I claims "Chazak. Chazak veN'is-
] chazek" (Be strengthened. Be
strengthened and let us be
strengthened! at such an occa-
sion. Actually in many parts of
France and Provence the con-
j gregations would wish each person
who completes the reading of any
portion or who has a portion of
the Torah read for him "Chazek"
(Be strengthened.) In Sephardic
congregations even today each
worshiper is greeted by the ex-
pression "Chazak-Baruch" (Be
strengthened and blessed) after
he retires from having been called
to the Torah for a reading of a
portion Some claim that this
practice comes from a content :on
that the study of Torah weakens
the strength of the individual in a
physical sense because of the in-
tensity of study involved. Thus,
when one has appealed before the
Torah to have a portion read for
him, he is wished "strength" to
continue his involvement with the
Torah. Some claim that the study
of Torah sometimes involved a
risk. es[>ecialry during days of per-
secution. Wishing one strength
indicated the support of the C3m-
munity for the study of Torah
even when a peril was involved.
Apparently in Western communi-
ties this expression was limited to
the occasion when a complete
book of the Five Books of Moses
was completed.
What is the derivation of the
expression "Xarurei Karta?"
The expression "Naturei
Karta." which is used in contem-
. porary times to refer to the ex-
j tremely religious sect in Jeru-
salem, has its origin in the Talmud
j (Jerushalmi. Chagigah 1:7). There
j it is referred to as a name for
scholars (scribes). Rabbi Judah
once came to a city and found no
scholar (or scribe). He asked for
the "watchmen of the city"
(Naturei Karta). When they
brought him the gatekeepers, he
said these do not preserve the
city. They destroy it. When he was
asked who the "watchmen of the
city" are, he answered "the scho-
lars" who preserve its culture.
This extremely religious sect thus
adopted this name, considering
themselves the "watchmen of the
community." because they feel
they that they are guarding the
city against the encroachment of
secularism and impiety.
HUM
A H A V A T SHALOftf CONGREGA-
TI0N. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
AN SHE EMES 2533 SW 19th Ave. I
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz 2
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken- j
dall Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rablii |
Herbert Baumgard 3 .
Friday S:.:m p.m Col. Arthur Conn.
temple board nu-mluT. will conduct i
services. Quest speaker, Sylvan N.
Itsman, will discuss "Some Polltl-
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BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipton 4
Vlday 6 p.m. Mlncha service In
chapel. Saturday t a.m. Richard l'i-
iii. l will deliver the Torah lesson and
ih>. Bermonette.
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BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi H. Rothman 5 |
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BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max I
Shapiro. Cantor Leon Segal 6
Baturday s:4". a.m. Sermon: '"Who i* I
a True Leader?"
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BETH TOV (Temple) 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Cantor Seymour
Hinkes 8 '
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ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER i
Miami. 137 NE 19th Street. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 10 i
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ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Paul J.
lender, Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11 ,
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OR OLOM (Temple) 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Cantor Yehouda
Blnyamln, 13 '
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TIFERETH ISBAEL 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein. 14 j
ZION (Temple) 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
16
HIAUAH
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. Rahjji Na-
than Zolondek. 15
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman.
28
NORTH MIAMI
I BmT/\MOSHE CONGREGATION. 2225
NE 125th St. Conservative. Rabbi
Josepph Gorfinkel. Cantor Ben Zion
Kirscnenbaum. 35
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MIAMI BCACH
AcSfSSS2.,SRAEL 7801 c""le *&
Saturday 10:30 a.m. Shal.l.at-N.-.hunm
s.-1-vic.-K and celebration of Institute's
list anniversary. Sermon: -Th,- Voice
Tim.""-"rt "'"' pro*e*u for Brlshtw
BHhKIS AE,L.Z7? 40,n Orthodox.
Rabbi Berel Wein. 18
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BEJ,H ,.JAC2B- ?01 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T Swir.
ky. Cantor Maurice Mamches 19
BfeTrnRArHAE^*T,mP,,>- 1545 >*-
r^ I-*"' Conservative. Rabbi
Dav.d Raab. Canter Saul Breeh. 20
BETi* SHOLOM (Tim^le). 144 Chaee
CA*Jliberal. Rabbi Leon Kroni.h.
Cantor David Conviser 21
wm ?, V'"' pm Rabbl Hy Jolt
'' ,..S|'M,lli ?: "Jl H Tim,- TO Kor-
ifet. Saturday i:4; a m
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B?I2 TF'LAH "5 Euclid Ave. Or. !
thodox. Rabb. Joseph E. Hackov. !
y ____ 22 ,
1TH YOSEpH CHAIM CONGREGA
TION, 843 Meridian Avenue 2^ ;
sahhl ri *h,n0t0n Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig. 3 1
,CUrBAcN-??PHA"D*C_HEBREW CON. !
nue MAT,ON,- 715 Washington Ave I
is:- sasa^- *"Meir &;
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler 24
Hi,M;|Or,h0d0X- R"bbi Ab"ham Ben.
'' iArfHAoSku^^l COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washinaton
Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi "borH
Stern. Cantor Meyer Engel j?6'
KSfthEJH ISdRae"7~1415 Euclid Ave.
?.^Ik Ruabbi Daviel Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif. ft
MENORAH (TempleTT 620 75th 1*
Conservative. R,bbi Mayer Abram
NER TAMID (Temple). 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. 29
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OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phlneas Weber-
man. 30
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SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi badi Nahmias. 31
------e-------
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542.
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
Groner. 33
------e------
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79th Street Cause-
way. North Bay Village. Conserva-
tive. Rabbi Philip Fried. 32-A
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (Temple). 1025
NE Miami Gardens Dr. Conserva-
tive. Rabbi Milton Schlinsky. Can-
tor Nathaniel Schub. 33
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BETH TORAH. NE 164th St. at 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 34
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel.
Cantor Jack Lerner. 36
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SINAI (Temple) of NORTH DADE
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor Irving
Shulkea. 37
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbl Jonan E.
Caplan. 38
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Naftali Porush. 39
CORAL GABUS
JUDEA (Temple). 5500 Granada Blvd.
Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper. 40
------e------
ZAMORA (Temple). 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell A.
Berger. 41
suRrsiie
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION.
9293 Harding Ave., Surfside Town
Hall. Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D. Vine.
50
FORT LAUDtRDAU
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 547 E. Oak.
land Park Blvd. Rabbi Akiva Bril-
liant. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
EMANU-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Park
Blvd. (Reform). Rabbi Arthur J.
Abrams. Cantor Jerome Klement. 43
POMPANO BCACH
SHOLOM (Temple). 132 SE 11th Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. Skop.
Cantor Ernest Schreiber. 49
MS?AIF JEWISH CENTER 6101
HAUANDALl
KALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
Rabbi Max J. WeiU. Cantor Rev.
Jacob Danziger. 126 NE 1st Ave. 44
HOLLYWOOD
EH EL (Temple). 1351 S. 14th Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. 45
r/n,,'?' SiiS pm smu-' Kaltmnn.
temple secretary, will conduct the
hrv,1'-" "I,d ',,-|lv'r a aermon on "Lnok-
hijc to the Future."
BEJ.Hc?HALOM <*r"P'<>>- 1728 Men.
roe St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Irving Gold. 4*
SINAI (Temple). 1201 Johnson St
r2nJrv*jTJR,bbi. David Shapiro,
cantor Yehuda Heilbraun. 47
MIRAMAR
'ff*5i (Temple). 6920 SW 35th St
r.-.!-vV^veV Rabbi Avrom Drazin.
Cantor Abraham Koster. 4J
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Host: Rev. Luther c. Pierce
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Friday. July 21. 1972
-Jewisti itor Mi an
Page 11-A
This Week In History,,.
(From tlio fili-H of 111..- .ITA)
10 1'nu-s Aga Thin Wtwk: 1902
Dr. Abraham Granott. Bossara-
bian-born Jewish National Fund
president, died in Jerusalem at 72:"
Fottf and possibly six more So-
viet Jews cot death sentences for
"economic crimes."
"LONDON Egypt's two top-
most leaders, President Gamal
Abdel Nasser and War Minister
Arxl.'l Hakim Amer, announced
boldly in Cairo that the rockets
fired by the Egyptians and other
armaments exhibited in a Rev-
olution Day' parade were h?ing
amassed for a war against Israel.
'I want the world to know,' said
Nasser, "that we will not allow
Palestine to remain in the hands
of Israel.' Amer declared: "The
United Arab Republic air force
has full command of the skies in
our area. Its armed forces are the
ftron"et in Africa and the Mid-
dle East.'"
"NEW YORK The JTA
opened its first directly oiici-atcri

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radio-printed circuits from Lon-
don to its headquarters in New
York ami to its affiliated Israeli
News Agency in Tel Aviv."
The Knesset, 42-15. banned pig-
raising in Israel except for Naza- ;
i'eth and six other Christian cen- |
tcrs.
A non-Jewish Montevideo youth |
was branded with a swastika in
continuing anti-Semitic violence.
Samuel Salt/berg, who survived
Nazi camps while losing Ma wife
and children, was beaten to death.
Heese's administrative court !
removed civil servant rights from j
| those who concealed participation <
in Nazi mass murder.
Israeli President Ben-Zvi fought
a Knesset committee move to
treble his SI.500 salary, .same as
his chauffeur.
The (Conservative! Cantors i
Assembly of America protested a '
judge's ban on cantor-performed
Illinois marriages.
"JERUSALEM Military ex-j
perts here do not consider Egypt's '
rocketry program as a major |
technical achievement."
West German Justice Minister
Dr. Wolfgang Stammberger re-
signed, citing responsibility for
appointing ex-Nazi Wolfgang i
Fraenke), dismissed as clue'
prosecutor,
A French Jewish journalist said
a tallis factory was oiicrating in
Moscow.
Moshe Gilboa, (center) consul general of Israel, who came
from Atlanta to be key-note speaker at the B'nai B'rr>h Latin
Lodge installation banquet. He is flanked by J. L. Sharpe.
who was installed as lodge president, and Mrs. Sharpe.

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has announced his candidacy for
the seat in Congress held bv
Dante Fascell. Mr. Pereira will
.un in the Republican primary in
September.
A surprising number
of professional investors
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Friday, July 21. 1372
bbi Feinstein
Address Rally
[re On Sunday
bbi Mosos F
r^ai oi'f Or,,ioJ.ox R'bbis
[arMress tho Greater M r-;
f,^-.,..,..-,,, ,,., s,., ,.- at
at Bc*b Isrn"l (""onT^Ta-
i,,n M>a~ VabbLs of Groa'e- Miami '"'
, a call for a show of soli 1a1--
hn this honr o' t^ vri*ia u
[Go-rrn~'"'t of T- al mn.
|n? the 'Identity of the Jew*."
fchbi Felnst ':". pre*M",,t o'
Il'ninn of O-thoiox Rnbn's o',
Unl'el States n-d rs-ni*
chairman of t^e American
lion of the World 3e*vwb
fs. hooes, in tvls mass rallv
[ipf.uen'v the Govern*n*mt or
el in safe-guarding world .T >w-
tnitv."
*4L
Oontinuid From Page 4-A
eral Party all but disappcar-
and the Labor Party took
er in England.
If you had suggested this re-
It in England in. say. 1912.
\u would have been regarded
half-lunatic. Mavbe it is in
ct half-lunatic to suggest a
newhat similar result for the
femocratic Party in the United
lates in 1972. Yet the whole
ama of this convention is
ely the rending dissolution of
grand Democratic coalition.
[THE PEOPLE who have been
jhting so hard to stop Sen.
orge McGovern are the peo-
including Gov. George C.
Wallace, who want the grand
alition to continue. That
i-ans not wanting to push the
hole South into President
lixon's arms; not wanting to
ick Mayor Richard Daley in
tie teeth; and not wanting to
ndanger large numbers of
emocratic governorships. Sen-
|te and -House seats and the
te.
By the same token, the anti-
cGovern people deeply care
tout such longstanding Dcmo-
^at assets as the Irish. Slavic
nd Italian votes and the crucial
upport of organized labor. Add
Ip the foregoing list and you
|-ill see that these people are
Jghting to hang on to just those
flings that have made the
democratic Party this country's
najority party for the last 40
ears.
THE BRILLIANT young zea-
Ms who put together Sen.
LlcGovern's formidable organi-
sation could not care less, mean-
vhile. about all these things the
inti-McGovern forces are fight-
ng to preserve. They want con-
trol of the Democratic Party at
bo matter what cost.
If they gain and l-tain con-
trol of the party, ali the known
tules of Ame.ican politics say
that the Democrats cannot re-
riain the majority party. Alien-
ate the Soutn. organized labor,
lie ethnic and middle-class vot-
ers and a few more besides and
lust what do the Democrats
pave left? There is ^nly one
insurer unless the rules of our
nlitics are also being rewritten
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day to call members of the community who made a pledge
to the CJA-IEF last year but who have not yet made their
1972 pledge. Shown above, ifrom left) Reva (Mrs. Irving)
Wexler, president of the Women's Division; Donald R.
Koren, member of the Leadership Cabinet of 100; Dr. Lecn
Kronish, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom and asso-
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a member of tne Campaign Steering Committee.
Kislak Declares
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Congress District
Miami b"i"ess executive lav I.
Kislak announcer! his candid/icy
for Congress in the n-w 13th His
trict at a Monday news confer
ence.
Mr. Kislak to the ftv-n.e- chair
man of the Combined J"\vKh An-
neal camnaign r{ the Greater Mi
ami Jewish Fede-a!:on. An a.'Mvr
'eader of Temple Both Am, he
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oiifcejisfu] I'n'ted Fund of I>jde
County campaign.
Head of one of the largest iliort-
cage investment firms lit the
United States. Mr. Kislak has
'oeen active :- a'l phases of com-
munity and business endeavor
since moving here from New Jer-
sey nearly 20 years am
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PART III The Ecology Revolutions
What Happened To The Revolution?
Bv MAX I.ER.VER
EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the third
in a series of five articles.)
NEW YORK, N.Y. What
happened to the ecology revolu-
tion? It started later than the
ones in the ghettos and on the
campuses and drew on a broader
spectrum of support and is still
going strong.
Instead of using violence, Its
aim was the opposite to un-
do the violence that men had
done to their environment.
Alone among the passionate
movements of our time, it has
aimed at balance, not polariza-
tion, at hearing alienations
(especially of man from nat-
ure), not sharpening them.
LOGICALLY, there should
have been a strong link between
the protest about the city and
the protest about the environ-
ment, for the shame of the cities
was as much ecological blight as
social blight. But this didn't
work out. The leaders of the
ethnic inner-city revolts show-
ed far less interest in the prob-
lems of pollution, population and
technology than they did in in-
come, social justice and political
power.
Yet the environmental prob-
lems abide. What makes the
cities unlivable and ungovern-
able, makes them so for all, and
no group has immunity from
the damnation of the "unhea-
venly city." Similarly, the cities
will not be saved except by
those who have some sense of
place and have put down roots
into their block and neighbor-
hood.
THE POLLUTION problem-
air, streams, lakes, noise, dead
birds, vanishing species
couldn't by itself have fed the
fires of the ecology movement.
Other sources of incitement
have added to it and kept it
alive and strong.
One was the population move-
ment, reaching an intense form
in Zero Population Growth. It
provided a new cause to fight
for to help people make a life
by refusing to congest the living
space that nature had provided.
THE SECOND was the Wom-
en's Liberation Movement,
which brought a new passion to
the fight for revised state abor-
tion laws and for day-care cen-
ters.
The third was a revival of the
liberal passion against the big
corporations and big technology,
but in a new form.
IT IS LESS an attack on
their monopoly position than on
what they will do to the en-
vironment if left unchecked. And
it has broadened out to an at-
tack on the whole idea of econ-
omic growth.
The antipollution movement
itself had no heroes to build
around, unless Rachel Carson
can be counted as a posthumous
heroine. But the ZPG cause was
dramatized by Paul Ehrlich, the
women's movement by Betty
Friedan and Gloria Steinem, the
anticorporation movement by
Ralper Nader.
THE ANTIWAR movement
fed the flame further by its em-
phasis on the ecosystems that
have been destroyed by Ameri-
can bombing in both Vietnams.
The Stockholm conference on
the environment showed that
the problems are worldwide,
and it gave currency to the
term "doom watching." especi-
ally in Europe. And the Club of
Rome, in its report on the
"limits of growth," played this
end-of-the-world theme hard,
calling on the world's leaders to
stop growth in every segment of
the ecosystem, and work toward
what John Stuart Mill called
"the stationary state."
WWy^r^^r^r>r>r>*r>riVrV
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Bobbi Joseph L Rackovsky
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RARELY HAS a revolution
gone so fast, broadening and
clarifying as it moved, without
the sudden deflation and col-
lapse of some of the more vio-
lent revolutions of the past de-
cade. But the general accept-
ance of its antipollution de-
mands has dulled its cutting
edge. Those who thought it
might be an important issue in
the 1972 elections have turned
out wrong.
Pollution has become a no-no
for everyone. To a lesser extent,
so has |M>pulation growth, al-
though the recent figures on the
decline of the birthrate have
taken some of the steam out of
the issue. Technology and econ-
omic growth also show signs of
becoming no-nos.
BIT THE ecology revolution
can't subsist only on saying no.
It must say yes to some things.
It should say yes not only to the
conserving of natural resources,
but to the kind of technology
which can put new energy re-
sources to use. can cope with
pollution and can relieve human
...if you
wain I an
-'..
drudgery. It savs yes to the
mood of the college young who
want to settle on the land and
who have discovered a new na-
turalism in their life values.
But it should cquall'- say yes
to other young" fJPUnll" frmrr
blue-collar and white-collar
families, who don't want to
break with technology, and who
want to use the skills of hand
and eye in vocational crafts. It
should say yes to all forms of
social creativencss and moral
imagination, which shape an en-
vironment within and beyond
the natural environment.
IT IS RIGHT to limit runa-
way technology and economic
growth. But if there is no
growth, every social problem be-
comes stickier, every group
claim and demand harder to ful-
fill, every conflict harder to re-
solve.
The problem is not to stop
growth, but control it. and thus
achieve balance within man's
natural and social environment.
NEXT: The Eros Revolution
(ConyriKht 1972. Los Angelei Times)
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Je*#sf fhrMtor,
Friday, July 21. 1972
ISRAEL NEWSLETTER
By Carl Alpert
Arabs Do Have A Sense Of Humor
I A SAGK ONCK WKOTK that humor is the per-
ception of the illusion under which we live. IC
| that test is to be applied to the brand of humor
which is prevalent these days in
the Arab world, there are healthy
indications that our neighbors are
aware of their illusions. From
many sources available to me here
I glean some examples:
A do/en Fatah guerillas who
had been killed in an encounter
with an Israel border pati'Ol lined
up a' the entrance to Heaven and
sought admission. When only two were admitted
the others complained, but got a curt reply: The
Fatah announcement said that only two had been
killed.
An Arab youth ordered a suit made to his order
by an Arab tailor in East Jerusalem. Delivery was
promised by Friday, but the youth was worried.
"An you jure it will be ready by Friday"" The
tailor replied indignantly: 'Who do you think I am.
Sadat?"
A cartoon in a Beirut paper refers to the action
by Cairo's police recently in ousting striking stu-
dents from the University. The caption quotes
Sadat: "We have liberated the occupied territory."
The secret of Nasser's death. Late one night,
as he was working in his study the phone rang, and
a hoarse, deep voice spoke to him. When Nasser
inquired who was s|>eaking the voice said: "This
is Golda Meir; let's make love, not war!" That kill-
ed Nasser on the spot, the tale concludes.
President Sadat is driving through the country-
side, and at a crossroad asks his driver which way
Nasser used to go. "Left," replies the driver. "O.K.,"
says Sadat, "signal left, and turn right!"
From a Tel Aviv source: A souvenir store of-
fers tor sale to tourists an Kgyptian rifle, "guaran-
teed brand-new, in excellent condition dropped
only once."
The London Daily Mall published a cartoon in
which two Israeli soldiers on patrol in the desert
come across an airplane pilot. He staggers toward
them, calling out: "Vodka vodka Says one
soldier to the other: "Now do you believe they are
using Russian pilots?"
The three greatest military achievements of
modern times: First, the Russians let Napoleon's
army penetrate deep into Russia, waited for the
snows, and then destroyed the invader's troops.
Second, the Russians let the Nazi forces invade up
to the very sates of Stalingrad, waited for the
snow, and then wiped them out. Third, the Egyp-
tians let the Israelis into the Sinai desert, right
up to the Suez Canal and they arc still waiting
for the snow.
A story told in the cafes of Cairo during the
war of attrition:1 If as the -Kgyptian government
claims, the army has in nine months destroyed 60';
of the Israeli positions on the other side of the
Canal, how long will it take the army to destroy
the remaining 100",i.
From Jordan: New title given to Hussein since
the Six-Day War: Mayor of Amman.
Sadat has ordered from Moscow a special tank
with three reverse gears and one forward. Why
reverse? Because Kgyptian tanks spend most of
their time in retreat. And why a forward gear?
Those Israelis are so smart they might come around
on the wrong side of the tanks.
One of the top staff members of the Russian
team in Egypt heard a story which he thought very
funny, and he told it to the Kgyptian commander-
in-chiel. It seems an Kgyptian officer, out with his
girl friend one night, found himself physically un-
able to fulfill his masculine intentions with her.
Whereupon she suggested that he call a Russian
expert to do the job. The Egyptian commander did
not think the story funny, and had the joker recalled
to Moscow.
TELINE JERUSALEM
By ROBERT E. SEGAL
ood Bill, I ueasy Rider
i *
fllKX THE I'.s.s.K. launched the first Sputnik Kick
in 1957, the world ol American education was hys-
Ically importuned lo expand physics and other wicn-
lific course- to help Uncle Sam keep
abreast of Rursia in the new race to de-
velop Sputnik-like satellites and other
sophisticate i instruments of service in
the Cold War.
Rehold. then. ]\,,\\ stupidly >ve are l>e-
having about education today: 63 of our
100 t'.s. Si nators have fastened passage
of a superb bill for higher education to
the legislative mandate to restrict bits-
for school integration, ('an-,,: and stick again! The
|rol is somewhere between $18 billion and $23 billion
assist hard-pressed colleges and universities Nev
lidies indicate some 200 ol the 554 colleges embraced
| the Association ol American Colleges will go bankrupt
|i- year and 200 more in the next decade If government
|d is not forthcoming. And the stick the stick is de-
toted to thwart important school busing plans for the
segregation of public schools as ordered by the Su-
fcme Court three years before the first Sputnik got off
pe ground
Thi- maneuver by Congress mast certainly i. "a
Hbe to .silence." as Dr. Kenneth Clark, New York sduoa-
Ir, calls it a siren bk for those who desperately nrvi
bvemment funds for higher education to accept money
[contaminated, dehumanteed, and prostituted."
A recent special edition of "Ripen Forum." the
tholarly and thoughtful publication of the Republican
escarch organization, declared that President Nixon's
ecent address, which helped set the stage for structuring
Jm hybrid higher education bill, amounted to "a tissue
|f half-truth.,." Said the Riponites: "When he (the Prest-
ont) state.-! his concern for the health and safetv of
chool Children riding buses, he failed to mention the harm
pis own order withholding HEW funds from school dis.
ricts for busing might inflict on a citv like Nashville.
"here children tide to school in shirts, often in buses
thich need servicing, because HKW has turned down the
chool board's request for money for new equipment."
Furious over the election year anti-busing run, the
tipon unit noted' further that the President's move cum
1 no surprise to those "who have watched in sorrow end
Sismay as the administration first nurtured the nearly
Hying flames of the desegregation issue and then tanned
pern into a nationwide panic over busing."
This retreat from an important national commitm-nt
racial equality offers us the old scparate-but-Mua'
Boctrine in a 1971 costume, it sends President and Con-
kross poking into the legitimate preserves of the courts.
It saddles on to the small shoulders of children the re-
felionsibility for achieving integration and for giving [he
pinal proper response to racist doctrines in America.
Those who continue to profess their commitment to
Quality education while making busing a honor factor
M American lire, those who insist on inflaming public
Dpinion over school paring, those who make political
capital out or an issue dwarfed in importance by the truly
great challenge or the day may now take satisfaction in
battles they are winning. Rut the war to end nonsense
rooted' in false ideals about race must be won in the end
' America is to endure.
BOOK REVIEW
By Seymour B. Liebman
Between You and Me: By BORIS SM0LAR FoUF G(><>d Histories
Summer Reading
lyli ( it CRITICISM is being heard nowadays
against men in the medical profession. The
main accusation is that physicians submit exorbi-
tant bills to patients. There is also
the charge that some doctors need-
lessly rush into SUTgery patients
who may not need an operation.
Eleazar Lipsky, a well-known
attorney, who is the author of six
novels, has written a seventh
novel entitled "Malpractice." in
which he deals with the question:
.. to what extent should members of
the medical profession be answerable to the law
for the diagnosis and treatment of their patients?
A former Assistant District Attorney in New
York City. Mr. Lipsky. who serves as chairman of
the board of directors of the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency, deals with thus issue in both its legal and
social ramifications.
-
The book depicts conditions ami medical ser-
vices in a municipal hospital in a small city where
a 42-year-old woman, Manya Shroedcr, underwent
brain surgery that crippled her to a point where she
is unable to function normally. An investigation es-
tablished that a malpractice suit was called for. In
the course of the investigation the patient's attor-
ney uncovers missing records, unlicensed physicians,
unauthorized operations and a generally sloppy sys-
tem in the hospital.
"Malpractice" makes stimulating reading. It
reflects many dramatic moments during the inves-
tigation and in the courtroom, which show that
there are many kinds of truth. The extensive court-
room experience of the author and his years of ex-
perience as an Assistant District Attorney are clear-
ly felt in the skillful presentation or the legal angles
in the case. The literary style finds its expression
mostly in a dialogue form in which the author feels
very much at home.
The book, published by William Morrow &
Co., has good potentialities for a film. (Two of
Mr. Lipsky's other novels "Kiss of Death" and
"The People Against O'Hara" have already neon
made into successful films in Hollywood, i
'

tfOLI'ME H of the .lews of Czechoslovakia (Jewish
Publishing Society. S9l is a collection of essays ie-
scribing the story ol Jewish participation in every aspect
.of Czech life bet ween the two world
I wars, The section on religion, welfare
sand education opens with a brilliant
I article by Hugh Stransky. The book
Should be a welcome addition for those
|whose range of interests is iiot chau-
vinistic or exclusively Israel-centered.
A QtHtlon oi Judgment by Robert
|Shogan (Bobbs-Merriii Co., $101 jR the
account of the Fortas case an! the
struggle for the Supremo Court. I, is an wccellentlj
" "ten ,ournal,sc account. The author attempts. quln
..ccssfully. to be objective. While Fortas did not com-
h LIT' we anno' over,ook appraisal ol
". man, unusually bright and ambitious He fought
or principle when it suited him. but he usually kept'],,.
would d ma'n hanCe and tho bi" nione>-" He wh
would dance, must pay the piper.
The Chines,- Emplra by John A. Harrison (a liar-
Mnger original, Harcour, Brace Jovanovich, .55.931 is ,
short history of China front pre-htotoric times to 1800
The book is useful for both laymen and students. The
author is an acknowledged Sinologist. The date of the
settlement of Jews in China has been in doubt. Dr. Hart-
-on writes that in 873. Jews. Moslems and Christhns
were murdered in Hangchow. This sets the presence of
Jews in the inland at some date prior to that time.
It is a pleasure to read a history by an author who
fe in command of his material, is stylistically competent
and can coin a phrase. We enjoyed the sentence. "Nothing
clears an intellectual's mind so sharply as the knowledge
that his learning is useless." Dr. Harrison's presentation
of his knowledge shows that in his case learning has
borne fruits which enrich the learning of the reader.
He dtelpatea many of the myths which had been con-
sidered history. Presenting Offering view, on China's
past, he forthrlghtly expresses his own. China today can
be understood only by a knowledge of its real past.
regardless or the revisionism or Mao and his Red Com-
munist party. We regret only the absence or a chronologi-
cal table or the 25 dynasties in this volume.
Abraham Rabinovieh. an American journalist, was
present In Mayor Teddy Kooek's orrice in 1967 when the
'Shting commenced, and witnessed the Hrst Jordanian
barrage. He is now an Israeli citizen, married, the lathei
of a sabra daughter, and working as a reporter for the
Jerusalem Post. The end papers have excellent maps ol
Jerusalem Identifying the streets where fighting took
Place, the buildings, and the various Israeli military
groups. The maps facilitate the reading of the text. It
we had to have yet another book on the Six-Day War,
we are grateful that it was Rabinovich's The Battle for
Jernhttlem (Jewish Publication Society. SC.50I.
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Friday. July 21. 1972
-JmlstincrMton
Page 15-A
LEGAL NOTKE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2960
(Judge Blanton)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In I! 10: Estate of
JULIA C. SHEA
Deceased.
To AM Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing (.'hums or Demand* Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and-requlred
to present any clHimK and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate "f JULIA C. SHEA deceased late
of Dade County. Florida, to the
County Judges of Dude County, and
file the same I'll duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.1fi. Florida (Stat-
utes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
within sl\ calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
,,r the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 1H
day or July. A.D. 1972.
KITH LINDSAY
As Executrix
Kirst publication of this notice on
the 21 day of July, 1972.
BERNARD A. WIEDER
Attorney for Estate
4a" Unroln Road
.Miami Reach. Florida
7/21-2S 8/4-11
LEGAL NOTKE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dtsiring to engnge in
business under the fictitious name of
J* i>ljS MAIJ. APARTMENTS at
1610 Lenox Avenue. Miami Reach,
Honda intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
trade County, Florida.
t '''"coin Ma" Apartments. Inc.
Daniel Better, Esquire
Attorney for
Lhitokn'Mall Apartments, Inc
6/30 7.7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engnge In
business under the fictitious name of
6 STAR CIC.AR MAIL ORDER
HOUSE at 1638 W. Flagler Street.
Miami. Fla. intends to register said
name with the Clerk of of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida
MISSAN MO.NNIES
._____ 6/30 7/7-14-21
LEGAL NOTICE
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. 72-14209
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
NANCY LEE I.EDDY,
1'etitioner,
and
ROBERT NORMAN LEDDY.
Respondent,
TO: ROBERT NORMAN LEDDY
910 Transverse Avenue
Pittsburgh, Pa.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you arc required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any, to it on
Talianoff ft Ilader, Baas., attorneys
for Petitioner, whose address is 420
Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida,
and file the original with the clerk of
Hie above styled court on or before
August 18, 1972: otherwise a default
will be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the complaint or
petition.
This notice' shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI-OKIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at .Miami. Florida on
ibis 13 day of July. 1972.
E. It. LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By R. E. SHEA
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
TALIANOFF & ItADER. ESUS.
42" Lincoln Road
Miami Reach. Florida 3312,9
Attorneys for Petitioner^ ^ ^^
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEItEHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business Under the fictitious name
of PEOPLE'S APPETIZER at 1888
Washing-ton Avenue. Miami Beacn,
Fla. Intend to register said name with
the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida. ___
JUDITH C.IARDINO
CHARLES GUARDINO
Paul Kwitney
Kwi'ney & Kroop
Attorney for applicants
42" Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, PI. g s ,.,,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engnge In
business under the fictitious name of
WEST DIXIE MEDICAL CENTER at
19680 W. Dixie Highway. North Miami
Beach. Fla. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
DR. ALBERT SINE
Morton B. Zemel
Attoniev for applicant
1875 N.E. 163rd Street
North Miami Beach. Fla.
W30 7/7-14-81
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-7986
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MAKRIAOE OF:
ELIZABETH RAOIN. Wife
ROBERT LEE RAOIN. Husband
TO: ROBERT IJ5K RAOIN
(Residence Unknown)
YOl! ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action fir 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 101 N.W. 11th
Avenue. Miami, l-in.. and file the
original with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before August 11.
1972: otherwise a default will be en-
tered against you for the relief de-
manded in the complaint or petition.
This 'notice shall be puhlished 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 28 day of June, 1972.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By R. M. KISSEE
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
DAVID E. STONE. ESQ.
STONE & SOSTCHIN
KM N.W. 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida 3.1128
Attorney for Petitioner
7 7-14-21-28
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.___
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72.13347
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: TlIK MAKIMAOKOK
JACOCELYN BERNICBGRAN r
W ARREN HOLLAND ORANT
To: WARREN HOLLAND GRANT
P.O. Box N4532
Nassau, Bahamas ___
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy oi
your written defenses. If any, to it on
BAXTER & FRIEDMAN, attorney
for Petitioner, whose address is l!w.i
N.E. 163rd Street. North Miami Beach,
Florida 33162. and file the original
with the clerk of the above Styled
court on or before Aug. 11, "
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded
in the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS niv hand and the seal of
said court at .Miami. Florida on this
29 day of June. 1972.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By R. M. KISSEE
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
BAXTER & FRIEDMAN, Bsqs.
1878 NIC. 163rd Street
North Miami Beach. Florida
By Marjorle F. Bobbins
Attorney for Petitioner
____________ 7/7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Able Maintenance & Repair Service at
S10 NW 64 Street, Miami. Florida In-
t.iid to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida
CHARLES ASHMORE
HOWARD ItEEOLER
HERALD SILVERMAN
Attorney for Applicant
210 Roberts Building
Miami, Florida 33130
1/10 7/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business at 325 Surfside Boulevard.
Surfside. Florida under the fictitious
name of SURFSIDE BOULEVARD
APARTMENTS intend to register
Bald name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida
JEROME B. OZER
ELEANOR C. OZER. his wife
IRVINO KOEPPEL
MILDRED KOEPPEL, his wife
SMITH, MANDLEU. SMITH ft
PARKER
Attorneys at Law
4"7 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida 83139
7/7-14-21-38
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring lo engage in
business under the fictitious name of
TYPECAST BOOKS at P.O. Bos No.
3712. West Hollywood, Fla. SS023 In-
tends to register said name with
the cierk of the Circuit Court of Dade
c,,unt>. Florida.
EMANUEI. FINKBL
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. 72-13351
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAOEOF
ARTHUR DRIEST.
Husband
and
MARY DRIEST.
Wife.
TO: .MARY PRIEST
YOB ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you anil
you arc required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any. to it
on RICHARD J. BEAMISH III, at-
torney for Petitioner, whose address
is tCSt Van Buren Street. Hollywood.
Florida 33020, and file the original
with the clerk of the above styled
court on or before Aug. 11, 1972:
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded
in the eomplaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI-OIUDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
29 day of June. 1972.
E. B LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By R. M. KISSEE
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
RICHARD J. BEAMISH III
2639 Van Buren Street
Hollywood. Florida 33020
Attorney for Petitioner
S20-9;,17 or 944-7077
7,7-14-21-28
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
R08AUND W. SAMUELS
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Maims or Demands Against Said
Yi are hereby notified and rmlr.*
to present any claims and demands
vi Men you may have aioiinst the es-
tate of ROSALIND W. SAMUELS de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County
and Hie the same in duplicate and as
provided In Section 733.18, Florida
.Statutes In their offices in the Coun-
t> Courthouse In Dade Countv. Flnr-
da. withini six calendar months from
the time of the firxi publication here-
of, or the same will be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, thin
day of June. A.D. 1972
_ THE MIAMI BEACH
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
By Richard V. Radel
_, As Executor
m.fiJS*.tWWJcatlon of this notice
the :tn day of June. 1972
SPARSER. ZEMEL. RoSKIN &.
HE1LBRONNER. PA.
Attorneys for Executor
I'm N. Blscayne Boulevard
Miami, Florida 33132
____________ ________t/_?0 7/7-14-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-666
FRANK B DOWLING
!,, ncNSTICE TO ^EDITORS
I" RE: Estate o|
K W.MAN ROITER,
Deceased,
hu'.^"i^.r'"Ii,or^ni"1 A" Pwaons Hav-
Eskuf r DwBan* Against said
You are hereby notified and required
,i n"\"o, m"V ,.','"mU "'" "-""ids
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LEGAL NOTKE
27
on
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 AIANHE1M GREBNBAUM
I N,-eased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate.
You are hereby notified and required
to present any.Kiuijms and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of BESSIE MANHELM GREBN-
BAUM deceased late of Dade Countv.
Florida, to the County Judges of Dade
County; and file the same in duplicate
and as provided in Section 788.16, Flor-
ida Statutes, in their offices in the
County Courthouse in Dade County.
Florida, within six calendar months
from the lime of the first publication
hereof, or Hie same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 88
day of June. A.D. 1972.
SANDER ZWICK
LEON ZWICK
MORTON GREENBAUM
EVELYN ZWICK GOLDSMITH
As Executors
First publication of this notice on
the 7th day of July. 1972.
CYPEN & NEVINS
By JACK ANKUS
Attorney for Co-Executors
885 Arthur Godfrey Rd.
.Miami Beach. Fla.
7.7-14-21-28
LEGAL NOUCt
hereof.
-'7
notice on
av"::,junc.ISKW*** ,h
SARA HOITER
du_. ,f^" Executrix -
Jorst publication r .ids
he 30 day of June. 1971.
David S. Kumblc. Bed
Attorney tor Executrix
860 Lincoln Road
.Miami Beach. Florida 81181
--------------------------__ li.3ii'7 7-H -31
NOTICE OF ACTinw
CON^^rJIVE sIrv.ce
DADE COUNTY.
AfTlniu roDn No- 1*125
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
IV n, ,, r MARRIAGE
Jt$K2as* betwe"n
Petitioner
and
ROBERT THOMAS
Respondent
TO: ROBERT THOMAS
1907-1/2 East 4th Street
Anderson. Indiana
TO ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution ,tf Mar-
riage has I,,-,.,, filed against you and
>ou are required to serve a 'copy of
your written defenses, if anv to
'!' 1"-vlA.'- ALTER lost... .,,!
\KU. WBINSTE1N ft STAUBBR,
I .a. attorney for Petition,.,-, whose
addres. Is 88*0 Lincoln ,<....., ,,
Beach, Horhln and file the or-
Iglnal with the ci.-rk of the
above styled court on or before ,.\UK.
USl 83. 1972; otherwise a delallll > "11
be em.red against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or peti-
tion,
This notice shall be published one-
each week for four consecutive weeks
ill THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my band and the weal
Of said court at Miami. Florida, on
this IL' day of July, 1873
E. It LEATHERMAN.
A) 1 'lerk. Circuit Court
Dade- County "'oi-ida
By It 1: SHEA
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
GROVER, WEINSTI51N *
STAUBBR, PA.
356 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
By: Ronald A. Alter
Attorney tor Petitioner
T I4.J1.2S 8/4
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. DADE COUNTY.
Case No. 72-14164
Fl OHENTINo ESTRADA,
Plaintiff,
vs.
OMELID -MEDINA ami
i SARA I. MEDINA, his wife.
Defendants.
TO: O.ME'.IO MEDINA ami SARA
1. MEDINA, his wife.
RESIDENCE UNKNc >WN.
YOl' ARE notified that a Complain)
for Lien Foreclosure on property in
Dade County, Florida, legally described
as
Lot 5. In ISloek 8, of SWEET-
WATER ESTATES, according to
the Plat thereof, as recorded In
Plat Hook L'R. page 86, of the lab-
ile Records of Dade County, Flor-
ida,
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if anv, to It on
GOLDMAN, GOLDSTEIN ft PA-
CZIER, attorneys for Plaintiff, whose
address is: 8401 West Flagler Street.
Miami. Florida, 88185 on or before
August 21. 1972, and file the original
with the Clerk of this Court either
before service on Plaintiff's Attorney
or immediately thereafter; otherwise,
a default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the T'oni-
plaint.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of this Court on the 12 day of July,
1878.
E it. LEATHERMAN
clerk of Court
My It. Mil JOS
Deputy Clerk
7/81-88 i 4-n
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-3066 (Primml
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
LISA KOHN,
11.....ased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
to present anv claims and demands
Which you may have against the es-
tate of LISA KOHN deceased late of
Daile County, Florida, to the County
Judges of Dade County, and file the
same in duplicate and as provided in
Section 788.16, Florida Statutes. In
their offices ill the County Court-,
bouse iii Dade County. Florida, with-
in six calendar months from the time '
of the first publication hereof, or the I
sa in. will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 3 I
day of Julv, A.D. 1978
VICTOR BRAUN8TBIN
Am Executor
First publication of this notice 01
the 7 day of Julv. 187]
JERRY A. BlRNs
Attorney for Executor
808 City National Bank Building
Miami. Florida 33180
7 7-14-21-28
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-13585
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE ,
IN RE: The Marriage of
JAY F. FINE.
Petitioner
and v 4L
CLARA FINE.
Respondent.
TO: CI_\RA FINE
1137 East L'D.h Street
Brooklyn, .New York
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIE1
that an action for Dissolution of .Mai .
riage has been filed against vou am;
you are required to serve a copy o
your written defenses, it i Tallanolf & Ilader. Esqs.. attorney-
for Petitioner, whose address |a 4a
.,,"..',"1" It."i"1- Miami Reach. Florid
1.111s. and file the original with th
clerk ol the above styled court oil 0
before August 8, ls72; otherwise
deiault will be entered against you
ror the relief demanded in the c.ir -
plaint or petition.
This notice shall be published on,
each week lor four consecutive week -
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal .
said court at Miami. Florida on tin
J day ol July. 1973.
E- II. LEATHERMAN,
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By R. B. SHEA
As Deputy Clerk
" Ircult Court Seall
TALIANOFF BADBR
420 Lincoln Road
-Miami Ueach, Florida
Attorneys for Petitioner
7/7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MICKEY'8 YELLOW CAB OF
NORTH MIA.MI BEACH at If.'.ltil N.K.
20th Avenue. North Miami Beach. Fla.
intends to register saiu name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad,
Counti. Florida,
.MICHAEL It. BERNOSKY
Morton B. Zemel
Attorney for applicant
I87S N.E. IC8rd Street
North Miami Beach. Fla.
II 16 7 7-14-81
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-3271 (Primm)
NOTICE OF PROBATE
In RE: Estate of
ROSALIND W. SAMUELS
Deceased.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IV
THE ESTATE OF SAID DEC EDEN"!
You are hereby notified that writ -
ten instruments purporting to be tie
last will and testament and First an.
Second Codicils thereto Of said de-
cedent have been admitted to pro
hate in said Court. You are herebi
commanded within six oaienaat
months from the date of the first
publication of this notice to appear In
said Court and show cause, it ans
you can. Why the action Of said Com
in admitting said will and t odicil-
thereto to probate should not stand
Uin-cvokcd.
SPARBBR ZEMEL, ROSKIN AND
IIEII.BKONNER. P.A.
Attorney for Executor
loo N. Blscayne Boulevard
Miami. Florida 33132
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
County Judge
By LOIS F. PASTORF1K1.D
Clerk
First publication of this notice on
the 14 day ol July, 1878.
C.J.SEAL 7/14-81-38 8/4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
DADE. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-13041
NOTICE IO DEFEND
IN RE THE MARRIAGE or 1KMA
O IKIOOYEN, WIPE. and. l.l IS 1-
IRIGOYEN. HUSBAND.
VOU, Luis E. Irlgoyen, whose i.i.s-
IDENCK IS UNKNOWN, are required
, ,,,,. ., Asw., to the Petition For
Marriage Dissolution with the t-lers.
of this Court and nerve a copy 'here-
of upon .1. C. Ius*el, I7i0<4) V\ csi
Flagler Street, Miami, Florida J.ll.tj. I
your Wife's lawyer, nol I.....J than'
July 81. 1878. otherwise DEFAULT
will be entered against you.
DATED: -'ii June. 1973, Miami. Flor-
ida. ., ,
E. B. Leatlierman. < lerK
Bj : C. P. COPEI.AND
1 leput) Clerk. < !ircull Court
(Circuit Conn Seal)
,; 30 7-14-21
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SEHVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOK
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-12952
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN HE: The Marriage of:
JEW 1MB YANDEKN'oi 1!'.
Husband,
and
JOYCE VANDERNOOT,
Wife.
TO: JOYCE VANDERNOOT
V o Fred Fink, Sit VI'.
Kenroy Fixtures
Route I In
Farmingdale,
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 nerve a copy of
your written defenses. If any. to it on
MARTIN S. SAXON, attorney for Pe-
titioner, whose address is lT-O. 14H0
N.W. 10th Avenue. Miami. Florida.
33136 370-3X11. and file the original
with the clerk of the above styled
court on or before 2nd of August.
172: otherwise a default will be en-
tered agalnHt you for the relief de-
manded in the complaint or petition.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four co-nsecutive weeks
in Tin; Jewish FLORID!AN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami, Florida on ibis
22 day of June, 1873,
E. It. LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
lly D. L. CIRRY
As Deputy Clerk
circuit Court Seal)
.MARTIN S SAXON
17-H. 140 N.W. Itltn Avenue
.Miami. Florida 33136
Attorney for Petitioner
730 7.7-14-21
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIHCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-12930
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAOEOF
WALTER JOHN PANKZ.
and
l.\A It PANKZ.
Tl': INA R, PANKZ
7.V1 Milton Circle
Reno, Nevada 8HS08
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEI
thai an action for Dissolution of Mat
riage lias been filed against you ale
you are required lo serve a cops
your written defenses, If any. t-> it <
i-r. derli k II Spiegel, attorney for P<
tltloner whose address is 4"7 Lllicoli
Road. Suite I0K, Miami Beach, FI01
Ida 33139, and file the original will
the clerk ol the above styled com
on or before August -'. 1973: other
wise a default will be entered agaliii
you tor th-- relief demanded In th
.' omplaml or petition.
Tins notice shall be published nm
each week tor four consecutive week
in TUB JEWISH FIX1RIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
said t-ourl Bl Miami. Florida on till
23ril day of June, 1978.
I) I: I.EATII E R.MAX
A- 1 1,11,. Circuit 1 lourt
I lade I ounty. Florida
By L. SN EEl 1 EN"
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seall
Fri derlck 1: Spiegel
47 Lincoln Road, Suite MK
Miami Bench, Florida 88188
Attorney tor Pel Itloner
Phone: 532-3347
8 3" 7 7-14-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2548 (Dowlinq)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
To.M.MIE J. VICKER8,
Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Saul
Estate: ,
You are hereby notified and required
o present any claims and demands
whicli vou may have against the es-
tate of TO.MMIE J. VICKER8, 1741'
N.W. 87th Street, Miami. Florida de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dide County,
ami file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.H1, Florid;-
Statutes. In their offices in the Coun-
tv Courthouse in Dade County. Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this .:
day of June. A.D. 1972.
Authcria Vlckera Mitchell
As Administratrix
First inil.li.ati-.n of this notice on
the .1" day of June. 1972.
Joseph C. ljiussel
Attorney for the Estate
1770(4) West Flagler Street
Miami. Florida 3313.">
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^Jewish Floridian
Miami, Florida Friday, July 21, 1972
-ection B
Electoral Reform In Israel
By DAVID LANDAU
(JTA Correspondent in Jerusalem!
JERUSALEM (JTA) Ac-
lion last week is being hail.d
by editorial writers here as an
historic occasion for Israeli
democracy. The Knesset approv-
ed by the narrowest of margins
a bill to introduce regional elec-
tions into the Israeli Parliamen-
tary system. Eight Labor Knes-
seters submitted the bill which
envisages election of the major-
ity of Knesset members by re-
gional constituencies, with only
the minority chosen from the
party slates on a proportional
representation basis.
At present all the 120 Knes-
set seats arc allocated by the
PR system. The bill won Gl
votes the minimum necessary
to pass its first reading. The
glaring weaknesses of the pres-
ent system its inherent in-
compatibility with healthy te-
mocracy and effective govern-
ment were forcefully demon-
strated in the same Knesset ses-
sion when Shlomo Lorincz of
the Agudat Israel presented his
"Who is a Jew?" bill. The bill
came up after three weeks of
undignified inter-party horse
trading and blackmail eu-
phemistically called "a coalition
crisis."
It all began last month when
Gideon Hausner of the tiny In-
dependent Liberal Party sub-
mitted his limited civil mani-
ages bill to the Knesset. It
would provide civil marriages
for persons barred from marry-
ing under halacha (religious
law). Premier GoHa Meir warn-
ed the ILP that the bill was a
breach of the religious statjs
quo agreed to by all the coali-
tion parties (the Labor-Mar>am
Alignment-56 seats: the Nation-
al Religious Party-12 seats; the
Labor affiliated Arab Party-
four seats; and the ILP-Coiir
seats). She said she would ex-
pel the ILP from the coalit'^n
if it presented the Hausner bill,
knowing that the largest of h-?r
partners in the NRP violently
objected to it although many n
her own Labor Party would sup-
port it in a free vote.
But Hausner got support fr an unexpected quarter when
Mapam decided to back his bid.
Mrs. Meir's Labor Party was in
a quandary: If it th-ew oit
both the ILP and Mapam it
would be at the mercy of the
Religious Party to keep a gov-
ernment majority. In the event
Hausner and Mapam were ore-
vailed upon to postpone the vote
on the bill, and last week 't
was postponed once more, until
the fall.
Lorincz of Agttda, exploit.'d
the situation to embarrass his
party's arch rival the NRP. He
presented his bill, proposing an
amendment in the Law of Re-
turn to define conversions as oy
Halacha only, knowing full well
that the NRP supported it in
principle but would be unable
to vote for it since they then
would be breaching the stat.is
quo and would face eviction
from the coalition.
Utterly discomfited, all b\t
one of the NRP members ab-
stained when the Lorincz i>ill
was put to the vote, while He- it
joined with Aguda in supporting
the bill. Once more the coalition
was saved.
"Zeev," the Haaretz cartoon-
ist, commented trenchantly on
these inec'dfying goings-on with
a drawing of a Mapam member
and an NRP member firmly at-
tached to their seats, their le.^s
knotted round the legs of their
cabinet chairs and their arms
tied round the arms. Betwem
them stands a garbage can la-
beled "princiDles" piled high
with good resolutions.
In that same Knesset session,
Gahal opoosition leader Mena-
hem Beigin presented a bill rail-
ing for the dissolution of the
Knesset and immediate general
elections. The government, he
said, was falling apart at the
seams, with each coalition patty
tugging in a different direction.
Deputy Premier Yigal All-in
replied that the government's
record was excellent. Differences
of opinion were healthy, he de-
clared, and were certainly no
reason for the government to re-
sign.
Both men were right of course.
The coalition partners are con-
stantly battling with each other
in an uneasy marriage of con-
venience as Beigin charged. On
the other hand, it has never be?n
otherwise in Israel, because the
Labor Party has never won
an absolute majority and ha? al-
ways had to rule through a coali-
tion, with all the frictions that
this unsatisfactory situation !n-
volves. And the main reason why
no party had ever won Cl Knes-
set scats is the Israeli sys'crn
of proportional representation,
whi"h spawns and nurtures the
proliferation of small parties
such as the ILP of Aguda Israel
whose importance lies only '.n
their nuisance value.
Labor's frustration at the sys-
tem, heightened by the events
of the past three weeks. WBS
evidenced by the tenacity wi'h
which it fought for the regional
elections bill. Labor memh.-rs
were summoned from their sick-
beds and from trips abroad to
vote. Almost all the other par-
ties, from Mapam to Herut. were
united in their opposition to fie
bill which would mean the death
of many of the smaller parties
and serious diminution in the
strength of the others, forcing
thoir eventual amalgamation in-
to la-ger blocs. It pas"d ma'nly
thanks to the support of the
produce a stable government be-
Liberals.
*
Miami dentist. Dr. Lawrence Krasne, (right) international
president of Alpha Omega Dental Fraternity, chats with for-
mer Prime Minister, Harold Wilson, (center) moments before
both men addressed an audience of Britain's leading health
professionals and industrialists. Dr. Gerald Wootliff, (left)
of the British Dental Assoc, acted as master of ceremonies
for the evening. The formal banquet was held at Guildhall,
residence of London's Lord-Mayor May 16, in commemo-
ration of the founding of the Hebrew University in Israel.
The creation of a small num-
ber preferably two or three
of parties is precisely the ulti-
mate aim of the reform, say its
Labor proponents. This would
cause one or other bloc could
expect to obtain an absolute ma-
jority, and effective opposition,
because the party in opposition
would have a real chance of re-
placing the government in an
election.
The bill is only the beginning
of a long struggle. The bill it-
self speaks of the new system
coming into force for the 1977
elections. Before then, the de-
tails will have to be worked out
in particular what percentage
of the seats will be elected by
constituencies. The most diffi-
cult task of all will be drawing
the constituency boundaries, for
on this will hinge the fates of
many of the small parties. Is-
rael's politicians are girding
themselves for the bitter battles
ahead.
Mrs. Gabrielle Tawfik daughter of Albert Elia, the
missing secretary general of the Jewish community
of Lebanon, shows retired Gen. Lucius D. Clay (left)
and WilKam Vanden Heuvel the last picture taken
of her 68-year-old father, who she believes was
kidnapped and taken to a military jail in Syria.
Mrs. Tawfik appealed on her father's behalf to the
U.S. and the U.N. at a news conference called by
Gen. Clay, chairman of the Committee of Concern
for Minorities in Arab Countries. Mr. Vanden Heuvel,
who is vice chairman of the International Rescue
Committee, reported on the inhuman conditions un-
der which Jews still must live in Syria.
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fJenist fhrtdHan
Friday, July 21. 1972
Roth Receives B'nai B'rith Award
Rurnett Roth, long active in
J'nai B"rilh, was presented with a
plaque signifying hLs member-nip
the BB Foundation Presidents
"lub.
A trustee oT the foundation, Mr.
Roth L< a national commissioner of
the Anti-Defamation League ani
past president oi MB Shu!m
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In receiving the award, Mr.
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Friday, July 21. 1972
*Jewish ncridiar
Page 3-B
, Author Liebmaii's
] [History of Jews'
^Banned in Spain
The Spanish translation of Sev-
wiour B. Lifbman's history of th<;
"jews in Mexico and Central Amer-
ica has been banned'from pt'W'fa-
4ion and importation in Spain.
This fact was verified' for Mr.
Liebman by Mr. W. Johnson, Cul-
tural Attache of the American
Embassy in Madrid.
Mr. Liebman went to Spain in
June in order to complete Fomp
research in the Archivo Historico
Nacional for his next book r> be
published by the University of
Miami Press, "The Inquisitors and
the Jews in the New World."
While in Madrid, he called the
Spanish office of his Mexican pub-
lisher, Siglo XXI de Espana and
was told that the Spanish Minis-
try of Information, and Tourism
which must approve all books in
Sprin had rejected "Los Judios en
Mexico y America Central" with-
out assigning any reason. The re-
jection means that the book c.-ui-
not be offered for sale in Spain.
The English edition of the book
appears under the title "The Jews
in New Spain," published by the
University of Miami Press. New
Spain was the name of the Snn-
ish viceroyalty for Mexico, Cen-
tral America, the southwestern
part of what is now the U:.''.;ed
States, and the Philippines, during
the colonial period.
Mr. Liebman, leading authority
on the history of the Jews in Latin
America, is a university lecturer
and adjunct research scholar at
the Institute of Inter-American
Affairs. His books have been ac-
claimed by the leading Hispanits
in the "American Historical Re-
view," "The Americas," and other
historical journals. Dr. Salo W.
Baron stated that he regaitled
t "The Jews in New Spain" the
"definitive history of the Jews in
that area." He refers to Liebman's
works in numerous footnotes in
his monumental "Social and Re-
ligious History" of the Jews. Cecil
Roth considered Liebman's works1
"invaluable contributions to .lav-
ish as well as general history"
SMHOUK B. LIEBMAN
The importance of his work has
been attested by giants from vari-
ous foundations.
Some Spanish academicians and
bibliophiles have undertaken moves
?o secure a reversal of the tan-
ning so that the Spanish read:nf
public may learn how the secret
Jews in Mexico and Central Amer-
ica lived, the religious aspects and
incidents of their daily lives and
their encounters with the New
World branches of the Spanish
Inquisition.
Nelson Attends
Study Mission
Jonathan Nelson, son of Bay
Harbor Councilman Theodore Nel-
son, has Jcft omfcSix-wgMjk-^Sfcidy
Mission to Europe and Israel spon-
sored by the United Jewish Appeal.
The sixth annual mission is com-
posed of 65 college students repre-
senting 47 campuses and 41 com-
munities throughout the United
States.
Jonathan, a student at Miami
Dade Junior College North, is
majoring in agronomy.
Also on the mssion from the Mi-
ami area are Jeff Trinz and Mar-
gie Silberman. Trinz is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Howard J. Trinz.
Mr. Trinz is associate secretary
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration and a member of the B'ld-
get Study Committee on Leisure
Time and Cultural Services. Mrs.
Trinz is a member of the Women's
Division South Dade area board.
Mr. Silberman is a vice president
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration and chairman of the Bud-
get Committee, and Mrs. Silber-
man is the Women's Division chair-
man for Operation Israel 1973.
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LET'S RE-ELECT DADE'S MOST
RECOGNIZED SENATOR
U
ROBERT
1. Annual St. Petersburg Times Outstanding Senator Award
voted by Capitol press, 1972
2. Allen Morris Outstanding Freshman Senator Award, 1972-72
3. Tallahassee Democrat News-Maker Law-Maker Award, 1972.
4. Conservation 70's Outstanding Senator Making greatest
contribution to the environment through sponsorship of new
state Land Use Bill, rated by Gov. Reubin Askew as the
'most significant piece of legislation in 1972.'
5. Award by Dade County School Administrators Assn. as the
Floridian who made the greatest contribution to Education
in 1971.
6. Florida Jaycees Award, 1971 One of State's Five Out-
standing Young Men.
WE BELIEVE ROBERT GRAHAM AS A STATE SENATOR AND
REPRESENTATIVE FOR THE LAST SIX YEARS HAS BEEN AN OUT-
STANDING OFFICE HOLDER AND WE ENDORSE HIS CANDI-
DACY TO CONTINUE IN THE STATE SENATE REPRESENTING
DADE COUNTY.
Mr. A Mrs. Henry Anthony
Mrs. G. C. Sparks, Sr.
Mr. A Mrs. Roger W. Barrett
Mr. 4 Mrs. William H. Bolinger
Mr. A Mrs. D. D. Laxon
Mr. A Mrs. Clifford Otis
Dr. A Mrs. Kenneth Jenkins
Mr. A Mrs. John A. Cusano
Mr. A Mrs. W. F. Parker
Mr. A Mrs. Harry F. Holt
Mr. A Mrs. Joseph J. Hatton
Mr. A Mrs. William A. Graham
Mr. A Mrs. William Adelman
Mr. A Mrs. Harold S. Hubbard
Mr. A Mrs. Arthur C. Sutton
Mr. A Mrs. Robert D. Charles, Sr.
Mr. A Mrs. J. G. Gallop
Mr. A Mrs. Jeffrey D. Lukenbill
Richard A. VanBerkel
Mr. A Mrs. Robert Simon
Mr. A Mrs. Tidefonso Rivera
Mr A Mrs. Vernon Clark
Mr. A Mrs. John C. Seipp
Mr. A Mrs. Richard Welch
Mr. A Mrs. L. Montgomery
Mr. A Mrs. Al Glenn
Rev. M. W. Patterson
Mr. A Mrs. Enrique J. Rodriguez
Octavio A. Hernandez
Edward C. Wallace
Mr. A Mrs. Robert L. Rawls
Mr. A Mrs. Ellis Traub, Jr.
Mr. A Mrs. Philip Runkewich
Bette Jane Marks
Patricia A. Barrett
Debra Ann Barrett
Mr. A Mrs. Michael Edelman
Dr. A Mrs. Bernard Halperin
Mr. A Mrs. Fred A. Brewer. Jr.
Raquel S. Vill- Lloveras
Mr. A Mrs. Robert Soicer
Mr. A Mrs. James W. Matthews
Mr. A Mrs. John R. Brett
Mr. A Mrs. Monroe B. Phagan
Mr. t Mrs. Arnold F. Seltzer
Mr. A Mrs. J. E. Durr
Mr. A Mrs. Palmer Stepherson
Dr. Nei' M. Koreman
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Mr. A Mrs. Basil Bardakiv
Mr. Mrs. Frank W. Hale
Mr. Mrs. Charles R Ponz
Mr. A Mrs. Norman Klein
Mr. A Mrs. Mel D. Deutsr.h
Mr. A Mrs. Joseph Cesaroti
Mr. Mrs. Ravmond A. Williams
Mr. A Mrs. fi. A Davis
Dr. A Mrs. Alan S. Graubert
Mr. & Mrs. G-o*-ne M. Genome
R'v. Mrs. A Bertram Miller
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Mr. A Mrs. Aaron Podhurst
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fi A. H>
Hiimh.r*t Jimenez
Antonio Ansvfl
Geora* A. Annilera
Gus'avo Herr-ra
Maria K. Alonso
Maria A. Jerkins
Mildred Khoury
S. Jack Ha"ks
Linton J. Tyler
W. H. Bill Kimbro
Geraldine Mobley
Rudy V. Williams
Jean Morley
Angela M. Borges
Lee Webb
Arley Douglas
Marjorie L. Poulas
Dr. Herbert Fields
Bettie J. Pasley
Florence Hobales
Gene Burns
Tom Sheldon
Liz Knowles
Sylvia B. Cord
L. W. Smith
E. E. Feathers, Jr.
Ed Gomersall. Jr.
Robert L. Jackson
Simeon E. Barrett
A. Walter Temple
Mr. A Mrs. Bill Arnsparger
A. E. Quinton, Jr.
Mr. A Mrs. Donald F. Shula
Mr. A Mrs. Donald F. Gatto
Mr. A Mrs. H. Earl Barber
Mr. A Mrs. E. A. Jaggers
Helen Stienbarger
Carrie E. Molina
Ora M. Wrightman
Carolyn S. Perrine
Minnie Lou Arnold
Frank J. Holt
Maude W. Murphy
Moldred H. White
Martin D. Kahn
Claudette Smith
Hazel Wheeler
Minnie D. McGee
Mabel P. Callahan
George H. Keen, Sr.
Carolyn N. Joiner
Josephine Joiner
Luridean Burch
Bill Mazanec
Jean Gillen
Russ Marchner
Ronnie Mann
Grace Achorn
Joan P. Duckworth
Ben Shepard
Frank Martinez
Ernest McGee, Jr.
Warren A. Bishop
Emily Diorio
Josephine Powers
Hilda S. Graham
Ruth Pearson
E. C. Spinks
R. M. Latham
Kay Surniak
Betty Tyler
David W. Shepard
Grace L. Achorn
James H. Nelson
Mrs. E. E. Kendrick
Beulah R. Shermer
Henry A. Mote
Gertrude Howell
Mary Lee Parsons
Mrs. Robert M. Gormly
Mr. A Mrs. S. M. Wade
Elizabeth McKenna
Victor Morales
Sarah Ford
Peggy Nelson
Lorena Willnams
Leatha Mae Harris
Joan Gansert
Hawley Hudson, Jr.
Sandra Hellis
Margaret H. Filer
Mrs. Alfred Baxter
Marie M. Wendt
Garciela C. Loynaz
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[Page 4-B
*Jewish fhridlian
Friday. July 21. 1972
A water fountain springs up on Biscayne Blvd. at Fifth
St. as part of the City of Miami's major beautification pic-
gram. Miami Mayor David T. Kennedy, right, enjoys the
sight along with, from left, Richard LaBaw, executive di-
rector of the city's Off-Street Parking Board, Metro Mayor
Stephen P. Clark and Mitchell Wolfson, chairman of the
board. The area, billed as the Gateway to Downtown Mi-
ami, has, in addition to the fountain, landscaped plaza
areas.
CANTOR
Good appearance, excellent Hav-
ener, available for High Holidays.
Good references. Will travtl in the
State of Florida. Call 672 0801
GOLDEN
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North Miami
&5isiasi5isisist5isisiBisisisTnsi^
Goldberg Seeks State Spot
Stanley B. Goldbcrs, a profes-
! sional municipal administrator and
! land-use planner, has announced
| his candidacy for the Democratir
nomination for the State Ho'sr
oi Representatives, District 102.
He is former city manager ol
Dania and of North Miami Be.tch i
and the husband of Metro Vice |
Mayor Joyce Gol Judge Testa Qualifies
Circuit Court Judge Thor-.as
Testa has qualified for election to .
the post he now holds through ap-
pointment in Group 24. A gradu-
ate of the University of Miami '
Law School, he is a former city j
attornc) for North Miami B-acli ;
Judge Testa has served as Miami :
Springs city attorney and as at-;
torney for the Florida Beverage
Department.
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FREE PARKING
Planned Entertainment
Dessert Card Party
On Tuesday at 6:30 p.m.. the
Eleanor Roosevelt Group of Ha-
dassah iil sponsor a dessert-card
party in the Marlen audito'-'iim
Proceeds from the affair are ear-
marked for Hadassah educational
services. Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Schwartz will host the event in
honor of their recent marriage.
Mrs. Keller Installed
Guest speaker at the June 20
meeting in the Algiers Hotel of
the Farband Leoediker branch
was Jacob Katzman. executive
vice president. Also on the
agenda of the meet ins was the
installation of Mrs. Anna Keller
as the branch's financial secret-
Summer Luncheon
The summer luncheon and card
parts planned by the Temple Is-
rael Sisterhood Wednesday noon
will benefit the Religious School
campership fund.
Cochairmen of the day are Mrs.
Leonard Borger and Mrs. R. Mit-
chelle Lewis. Mrs. Jack Sehillinger
is sisterhood vice president in
charge of the affair.
For Sole
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. BACARDI ART GALLERY
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FIRST THROUGH THIRD GRADE
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LUNCH WILL BE PROVIDED FOR THE CHILDREN
MENUS PREPARED BY PROFESSIONAL LISCENSED DIETICIAN
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Fridcy, July 21. 1972
*. lewis* fhr/dUmin
Page 5-B
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L
Col Mitchell Wolfson, chair-
man of the Off-Street Park;ti!;
Board, Introduced Manrioe fins-
ma:! at the i'"iicatjon ccr'erwoiy
ol the $90,000 plaza al 5th St.
and Biscayiw Blal. la m <6usnuui wai cited for his
gift of the Olympia Theatre to
the Miami Philharmonic for use
:i> i iH'i'manent concert hill
t.i be named Gasman Phillru-
Ti oni Hall Also present at the
ceremony were Mayor David
lv i i dy an Mayor Steve Clark.
-ft
Dr PfcytUa K. Sher, cv.u
Gabies, has been awarded a
clinical fellowship in neurolo.'y
bj United Cerebral Paay Re-
war n an 1 Educational Fouo/l.t-
tin-: for ad\ inced study at l'ie
I'ni ersity of Miami School of
Me ine. Dr. Sher will st"ly
u tide i the direction of !)r.
Stuart B. Brown. a4Utnnt r->-
enings

Wometco Theatres
CLINT
EASTWOOD
JOE KIDD
lessor of neurology and ped'-at-
rics.
ft &
.Mrs. Milton GtmMe and Jim
llcMry have been elected to the
rational board of Bisj Sisters
- Intenwtionat.-Mrr fflnthlo U a
board member of Big Brotlvrs
and Big Sisters of Greater Mi-
ami, while Mr. Henry is toe
executive director of this local
United Fund agency.
K -b &
American Service Corpora-
tion, diversified Miami-hasod
linen supply, Industrial unifotm
rental, dry cleaning, laundry
and paner products system, h-is
acquired the business and nlant
of Mechanics Uniform Ren'al
Service of Miami. Is*dov Hr-
skowitz. president of Amcrein
Service announced.
Charles W. Sokol. of Protec-
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ji-'-'e Bernard A. Frank han-
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city. In each instance, a tus-
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This ha- been reversed in I
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which the break in the struc'nre
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only a religious and historic
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If the government of Israel will
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Friday, July 21. 1972
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Harjorie and Hen l'l Rosenthal have returned from a 22-day
|nbroad which started with a long stay in Israel where they vis-
|Rosalind and Gerald Soltz, former Miamians now making their
in the Holy Land. From Israel the Rosenthals flew to Vienna.
Fria* for a look at their son Alan who was attending the University
lienna for a semester, concentrating on government, politieal sei-
and German. Back home. Alan will be working for the Darfe
ity Budget Office for the balance of the summer and will tiien
Irn to Cornell for his senior year. Meanwhile, the travelers stopped
In Salzburg, took in mast of Switzerland by train coneentrating on
111 villages and big mountains at St. Moritz, Interlaken and V ft which were "so impressive that no picture could do them jus-
Tlen off to Fiance to see Mt. Rlanc, another big mountain, i
in Geneva and finally to London for the flight to Miami and home.
Sting in the airport in London, they bum|ied into Miarr.ian George
kon who, in a far-fetchei coincidence, was also returning on the
pe pLinc and had a seat very close to theirs. Meanwhile, back in
United States, daughter Gail, a senior at Miami Senior High, was
Dvering from the excitement of being a convention runner for the
nocrats. and son Don was doing his bit in the U.S. Coast Guard.

Faye iMrs. Sam1 Brucker, president of the Eilat Chanter of
^nccr Women for the past years, was feted at a party for 200 guests
ently at the Washington Federal. Mistress of ceremonies for the
ling was Mrs. Goldie Rubinstein who introduced Mrs. Harriet
een. president of Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women. The
jir feature? a musical program with Nina Diamond. Regina Balin,
itor Morris Berger and Vera Spivak accompanied at the piano by
^len Skolnick. There was also an amusing sketch entitled 'To Marry
Not to Marry" presented by Paul Yanofsky and Joe Goldstein; a
pm written by Ida Kovalsky and read by Mrs. Rita Rathaus; and an
say in praise of Mrs. Brucker offered by Mrs. Helen Sassower.
stesses for the evening were Mesdames Helen Sassower. Hilda
fifer, Rose Rubin. Father Rosenzweig, Rene Miller. Paula Schochet.
Metersky, Belle Hammer, Ver'a Gruber and the honoree herself.

It was a sit-down dinner for 29 the other night as Gerald and
^len Ross played host to some of their friends at a dinner party hon-
ing Ellen's mother and sister. Ruth and Susan Unger. at the Ross
Wne on South Miami Ave. Ruth and Susan, residents of Tuscon. Ariz.,
here for a short visit. Some of the guests included Warren Wepman
1 his wife Marquita, Dr. a"d Mrs. Julius Alexander, the Richard
lorn-. Tracy Nance and his wife, Renon, and Jo Werne.

Rita Norton, a student at the University of Miami Law .School, is
ending several weeks in Israel where she will visit with friends and
tives and tour the historical sights there. Daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Norton of Miami, Rita graduated, with honors, from the
University of Miami, and serves on the board of Hillel. Obviously,
lita is treading in her dac"s footsteps he is a local attorney and a
ast department commander of the Jewish War Veterans. It's a busy
V, with Mis. Norton keeping pace with activities in the Women's
?ommittee, Jewish Family and Children's Service, and in the Menorah
Chapter of Hadassah.

Two presidents head west Mrs. Irving Lefkowitz, president of
ie Norman Bruce Brown Auxiliary JWV and Mrs. Bessie Gihbr.
resident of the Miami Beach Auxiliary, will leave Florida July 27th
for a holiday in Los Angeles and a tour of the fair state of California,
rs. Lefkowitz will be the houseguest of her son Robert M. Summers
[and nephew Martin B. Goldberg of Tustin, Calif., and Mrs. Gibber will
[be the houseguest of her brother and family, the Lew Huckmans of
iGlendale. and the Al Huckmans of Tujanja. They will be entertained
[by Miss Marion Freidfeld, and will attend a luncheon in their honor
hosted by Mrs. Althena Miller of Beverly Hills A dinner is planned
I also in their honor by David Goldberg and family during their visit.
I While in California Mrs. Lefkowitz will meet with Steven Clark of
UCLA who heads the VIVA program for POW MIA. Both Mrs. Lef-
kowitz and Mrs. Gibber will leave California in time to attend the 45th
annual National Ladies Convention of the Jewish War Veterans at
the Astroworld Hotel in Houston, Tex., the week of Aug. 13 through 20
as representatives of their individual auxiliaries.
*
E. Albert Pallot was presented with a new granddaughter. Erica
Ariel, via Mr. and Mrs. Arvin Peltz (Suzanne Pallot), who weighed in
at 5 lbs 6 ozs. at Mercy Hospital. Mr. Pallot, president and board
chairman of Biscayne Federal Savings & Loan Association, was given
a surprise birthday party by his board of directors last week. He had
hoped that his daughter and son-in-law would present him with a
birthday present that uay. but Erica Ariel arrived two days later.
*
On Sunday evening, a dinner will be held at the Royal Hungarian
R'-staurant in honor of Rabbi and Mrs. Simon Murciano and family
who are leaving for New York City where Rabbi Murciano has ac-
cepted the post of principal at the Rabbi Solovetchik Yeshivah.
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Wed July 1
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Gillis have
announced the maniaee of their
daughter Sherry to Wayne Dean
King, son of Mr. and Mrs. Darrell j
King of Iowa. The 7 p.m. cere-
mony on Saturday, July 1, was
held at the Doral Country Club f
with Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgard
officiating.
A native Miamian. the bride is '
a graduate of Ponce Junior High
and Palmetto Senior High School,
and has a degree from Northwest- I
ern Dental Hvgiene School in Thi- |
cago. Her bridegroom is atten ling
San Jose College in California
where the couple will make their
home.
For the wedding, the new Mrs.
King selected a gown of peau de
soie over candlelight taffeta en-
crusted with seed pearls appliqued
on lace. The matching mantilla
mm. tfwrs GIUIS
and head piece were also trimmed
in the appliqued lace and seed
pearls.
The bride was attended by Bar-
bara Stern, maid of honor, and
Regina Burkley, who wore floral
princess style gowns. Participat-
ing in the ceremony were the
bride's brother and sister-in-law,
Dr. and Mrs. Errol M. Gillis of
Belle Aire. Calif., and their two
children, Rachel, who served as
flower girl, and Noel ringbearer.
Serving as the groom's best man
was Mike McCance, and Perry
Wall ushered.
Other relatives from out of
town included Dorothy Sternberg,
Miriam Goldberg, Janet and Lou
Wall, Morry and Min Morgan of
Illinois and Don Cook of San Die-
go, Calif.
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Gordon M. Kramer of Mian-.i
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Leon Kronish, of Temple r>Mi
Sholom, flew to St. Louis to o'.
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Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Har-
old Rosenthal of University ( itv
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A summer card party will be
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The summer activity will aid a
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duplicating equipment for the
Miami Beach school, according to
M-s. Leonard (Irene) Adler, pres-
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The Hebrew Academy Women
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help build the new junior and sen-
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from the main campus, Mrs. Ad-
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Wednesday night's card party
is open to the public.
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Friday. July 21. 1972
Mount Sinai Medical Center director. Alvin Goldberg, at
eft, and executive vice president Samuel Gertner. conqratu
late Mrs. James H. Ruby on her recent appointment as
president of the hospital's auxiliary. The installation took
p ace at the auxiliary's annual luncheon at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel.
Y Women Plan Rummage Sale
I
The Y Women, a social-service
organization of the YM & YW'HA
of Greater Miami, is snonorir^ a
rummage sale at the Y's central
branch, 85C0 SW 8th St.. on Sun-
day. The project will raise funce
for scholarships to the Y's Early
Childhood Development (ECDi
nursery school and kindergarten.
As a social agency supported by
the Greater Miami Jewish F?d-
eration and the United Fund o:
Dade County, the ECD program
at the Y accepts children from
families in need, when funds are
teaching
available, to pay for
material* an;' s-pplies.
Mrs. Helen Vignali is coor.'i
tor of the rummage sale.
Chai Mizrachi Lunch
Neal Sonnett, Chief of the Crim-
:nal Division for the U.S. Attor-
ney's Office in Miami, will he
Tucst speaker at a Chai Chapter
Mizrachi Women, luncheon slated
for 11 a.m. on Thursday. July 27.
To be held at the home of Mrs.
Arnold Mickelson, 8240 SW 104th
St.. nnyeod* f>-om the affair will
go towards Mizrachi projects for
children in Israel.
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Multiple Honors To Auxiliary 174 At JWV Confab
At the close of the business
meeting of the Department of
Florida Ladies Auxiliary, Jewish
War Veterans, during the 26th an-
nual convention at the Americana
Hotel the weekend of June 25,
two candidates from the Norman
Bruce Brown Auxiliary 174 wore
installed. Mrs. Belle Swartz will
serve as department chaplain dur-
ing the c iming club year, and Mrs.
Mae Schreiber 'v-n assume the
duties of department guard.
During the awards and testi-
monial luncheon for out-oin president Sally Levy, the auxil-
iary was presented with the Aid
to Israel Award for the third con-
secutive year. The trophy vill
now he retired with the auxiliary
Hillel Day School
Monte Carlo Night
The Hillel Community Day
School is sponsoring a Monte
Carlo night on Saturday starling
at 9 p.m. at Temple Adath Yes.nu-
ran, 1025 NE Miami Gardens Dr.
Funds raised will help support
the Hillel scholarship program
for deserving Students.
Ben Genad and Frank Kro>nsky
are cochairmen of the affair, and
serving on the committee are: Dr.
Murray Kane, Dr. Lee Duffner,
Jack Prizant and Harold Kravitz.
Other citations presented to the I
auxiliary included one for program-1
ming its work at the VA Hospital,
public relations, the senior citi-
zens field, and the historian book :
of the year's events.
Mrs. I'earl Welnstein, aid to |
Israel chairman, was the reeip-1
ient of the coveted Be-tha Lach i
Award for "outstanding work
within the auxiliary."
During the July 6 auxiHnry
meeting conducted by Sterna Lef-
koxvitz. auxiliary president, awards |
*nd citations were on display for i
the member-hip. Kay (M'-. Tod) i
I ineaton, newly npoointod di-"i't-
ment leadership chairman, was
cuest shaker.
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Duane Randle's pro, Gurley, is
looking for a grand slam in grey-
hound racing and hopes to make a
clean sweep of the stakes events
at Miami's Flagler Kennel Club.
Karly in the Flaeler meet. Gar-
ley won the $12,500 Marathon
Stakes event, and last Saturtay
night became the 12th annual in-
ternational classic cnamp with an
impressive victory in the richest
"win" purse in greyhound histury
totaling $36,000.
Other attractions at the club in-
clude the $100.COO international
classic race, considered the richest
race in greyhound racing annals.
Dr. and Mrs. Arnold Sheir of
Norih Miami Beach, members
of the board of governors al
the Hillel Community Day
School in Hollywood, visited
the Dominican Republic, Virgin
Islands, Puerto Rico and Haiti
j recently during a Caribbean
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+Jewist tkrldU&n
Friday, July 21. 1972
LVhat s KmmfOoming
Bv KITH SIRKIS
rlien the weather becomes hot it is time for the food to bo
d cu!d. Wo are not wearing winter clothes in summer, sr
_.. on eating winter dishes In the heat of July? If your
kily and friends tend to lose their api>etite on hot days 6fr
Ka!!\ il" offered steaming goulash and such, they will find i'
|in wlun served cold, piquant and refreshing dishes. And we
r.ot mean only salads, molds and ice creams. Here is a recipe
a main coin-so cold wine-i;!azed beef which can bo pre-
bd al your convenience in the cool hours. It is then served
it out of th. refrigerator. The meat is braise; in a flavorful
te stock that enhances its taste. When cold, the meat is sliced
|angi '1 on a platter and glazed.
WINE-GLAZED BEEF
libs boneless roast '-' this, salt
[this, oil Dash black pepper
large onions 1 cup beef Stock, or water
cloves garlic 1 cup dry red wine
|carrots 1 tbls. unflavorcd gelatin
Heat the oil in a large pot or Dutch oven. When hot. put the
(cat in and brown it well on all sides. I The browning will take
Bout 25 minute- I
Pec! and slice the onions, garlic and carrots: season the
i at with salt and pepper, ad the vegetables, the stock tn fine. The liquid should reach about two-thirds of the meat.
Bring to a lx>il and then cover the po' and reduce heat the
Iquids should only he simmering lightly. Cook this way for about
mtr hours, till the meat is lork tender, turning the meat ovei
pcasionally. When meat is ready remove it to a platter an'i let
j! thoroughly.
Meanwhile, put the .juices through a sieve into a medium
sucvpan. Remove fat an' boil the juice down to half. Remove
Lain all trace- of fat. Soften gelatin in a little cold wate>- and
irid to the saucepan. Simmer gently for two minutes till th>'
gelatin dissolves completely. Cool till it becomes syrupy and
licky. Slice the meat and arrange nicely on a platter. Pour the
lympy stock over it to completely cover the meat. Chili In
|efrigerator. Serves (> to 8 persons.
There are many surprises in store for an American tourist
In Israel. One of them is in the food department. The tourist
I ill not find "Jewish Food'' in Israel! The food will be kosher.
11! right, hut not the type that is identified here as such; namely
line food that is offered in "Deli" shops of Jewish neighborhoods.
Bvven the well-known combination of Lox-and-Bagel is not at
hi] known in Israel, and not easily available, which only Indi-
cates that there is more to Jewish food than meets the eye in
the neare.-t "Deli."
We have a very fine and versatile cuisine, influenced by
>..st Europe and the whole world. The Sephardic Jews, who lived
a Spain and other Mediterranean countries, have a rich heritage,
i cultural terms and in culinary terms as well. Sephardic disnes
ire delicious and distinctly different from Ashkenazi ones. The
' ripes for these delicacies were generally handed down fv.>m
inher to daughter and stayed in the family.
Now. as a result of the efforts of a Sisterhood of a Sep-
I ; ivic temple in California, many of these recipes are com-
iied in a lovely book called, "Cooking The Sephardic Way" put
il by Temple Tiforeth Israel, 1561 W. Santa Barbara Ave., Los
kngeles, Calif. !X)0(2. One can find there how to make Borekas
and fritadas, sopas and ensaladas, main dishes and sweets. The
arlety is big and tempting. Here is one recipe from the book.
nWE.NTOXES KEYKNADOS IE QfESO
(Stiiilt-U bell peppers with cheese)
4 large be'il jiepjiers 3 oz. grated Parmesan cheese
1 cup mashed i^tato*'? 3 eggs, beaten
1 lb. hoop cheese 2 tbls. oil
i lb. Feta (Greek cheese) Salt to taste
Wash and split peppers in halves, remove seeds and stems.
Place peppers in a greased baking pan. Sprinkle with salt and
bake al .".>0 degrees until tender, < approximately 15-20 minutes I
Remove from oven and allow- to cool. Mix the potatoes, hoop
hnese, Feta cheese and half the Parmesan cheese with the eggs.
Add salt to taste. Stuff each (>epper generously and pour a bit
ol oil on top. Sprinkle with remaining Parmesan cheese. Bake at
350 degrees approximately 30 minutes or until cheese is rjolien
brown.
Bar Mitzvah
Mark Lewis, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Melvin Shifke, will observe
his Bar Mitzvah during Saturday
morn! n g serv-
ices July 22
MarR will also
conduct set ices
Friday evening
at the temple
The celebranl
is an honor stu-
dent at Rock-
j^.. way Junior High
School and Tern-
\MA pie Or Olom
Hebrew School
He is a mem-
ber of the tem-
ple choir and serves as vice oresi-
dent of Junior United Synagogue
Youth.
Mark w ill lx? honored at the Kid-
dush following the ceremony.
Among guests will be his grand-
parents. Rabbi and Mrs. A. J. Rafra
and Mr. and Mrs. Max Shifke.
Out-of-town guests will be Mr.
and Mrs. Sheldon Friedman ani
family of New York. Mr. and Mrs
Joe Shafir and Mrs. Saralyn Faher
of Boston, and Rabbi P. Brisk-nan
of Brooklyn.
Mark Shifke
Lloyd Apple, (left) owner and personal host at Lloyd's in
Miami Beach's Maison Grande Condominium, greets TV'-?
Sally Jessey, actor-comedian Orson Bean and his wife and
Sally's husband, Karl Soderlund. The newly opened Lloyd's
already has such SRO crowds that they are requiring res-
ervations for lunch, dinner and the popular Sunday
brunches.
New El Conquistiador
A Total Condominium
F.1 Conquistador, Kendall's new-
est total condominium complex
will feature nine separate build-
ing- with a total of 392 units.
Phase one. now under const ruc-
tion and slated for completion in
late fail of this year, will house
five buildings comprising 21^
units, a separate recreation build-
ing, Olympic sized swimming poo'
and championship tennis courts.
Located at 14157 No. Kendall
Dr., each unit of F.l Conquistador
has self-contained individually
controlled air conditioning, wall-
to-wall carpeting, ample storage
rooms and private balconies.
Doctors Services
Puts House Calls
On Available List
Doctors Services, rnc.. president
. Carmine Alvea'i said this vv -ek
| that his referral serv-Ve is lvln-
: ing to fill the void in adequate
I medical care in Dade County.
He said emergency care for the
I sick and injured are amon-r the
j ton priorities lacking in available
: service- The list Includes hosp'ta'
hods, ambulance service ind treat-
mi nt for guests and workers in
j hotels and motels.
Mr. Alveari airl 10'' of all resi-
dents of South Florida require
I medical treatment annually, with
the percentage much higher
among the aged.
Maurice Rosen Files
Maurice Ro'en has file;!
Dade County Judge, Group 4.
"-aduate of the University
Florida Law School, he is presid'
of the North Dade Bar Asso
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mesident of the Greater Mia
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former assistant county pub
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Friday. July 21. 1972
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Page 9-3
lEGAl NOTICE
LEGAt NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
(NO PROPERTY)
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-1467*
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN UK: TIIK MAIIItlAOE OP
RICHARD OTT.W1ANO. Husband,
' 4< IANXK rTT A VIA Nl >, Wife.
r<>: Joanne Ottavlano
l Hi Evergreen Circle
Maple Shade, New Jersey 80."i2
yoU ABB HEREHV notified
that mi action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage lias been filed against you And
you are required to nerve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to li
mi Michael s. Urossman, attorney
for Petitioner, whose address is 42"
Lincoln Road, Bulte B08, .Miami Beach,
Florida 33139, and file the original
with the clerk of Ihe above Htyled
court or befere Atsjjust 25, 1373;
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded
In the complaint "r petition.
Thin 'notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in Till-. JEWISH PI OHIDIAN.
\\ '1TXB88 my hand and the seal "i
paid court al .Miami. Florida on this
|!i das "f July, 1073.
B. It. LEATHERMAN,
As Clerk, Circuit Courl
l tndc County, Florida
By U. K. 8HEA
As Deputy i"liru
(i iiimi Courl Seal)
Michael 8. Qrosaman, Esq.
Hcrskowiti and Qrossmnn, P.A.
420 Lincoln Road, Bulte 80S
Miami Beach, Plorida 33133
A".......jrfOrP"l,tl0ner7/. 8/4-11
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
Mi.- undersigned, desiring to engage In
business umli'i' the fictitious name- "I
J08KPH R. KlIIIXI. M.D., JOREPM
II. UCHINI. XI !>.. P.A.C.P. JOSEPH
II. HIRIXI. M.D.. I*.A. al 1150 N\V
14th Street. Miami. Fla. Intends to'
register aald names iiii the Clerk nf
the Circuit (nun of Dado County,
t loridn.
JOSEPH i:. RUBINl. M.D.. F.A.C.P..
____. Professional Association
Hraurber. Zens*. rWwtfliraffd
neiihrnnner. P.A.-
Attorneys for applicant
inn \ Blscajne boulevard
Miami. Plorida
__ ~ I4-31-28 \ i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE M HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in !
business under ihe fictitious name of '
BAKBT A PR1EDMAN al ill x w
1st Avenue. Miami, Pla. Intends to!
register said name with ihe Clerk "i
the Circuit court .,r Dade County
Florida.
LAWRENCE B. PRIBDMAN
7/21-28 8 ill
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY OIVEN thai
the Undersigned, desiring to engtig. in
business under the fictitious name of
ECONOi TOURS at .:! Blscayne Boul-
evard, Miami. Florida Intends lo reg-
later said name with Ihe Clerk of ihe
' lr,',m "1u1,:'1,',,/..":"1, c"tnty. Plorida.
JERRY ORANOEH
MAC MERMEIJ,
Attorney r,,r Jerry Oranger
"?f"RW. Thin) Avoiiue
Miami. Florida 83128
14-31-28 S 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. 72-9106
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IX HE: The Marriage (
.MAX BAL'TIBTA MASOAREI.I.O.
Husband.
and
HILDA M. MASOAHELLO.
Wife.
To: JUAN BAUTI8TA MASCAHKI.l.O
Oenova SO
Apartment No. mil
Mexico 7, D.P.
VOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of siar-
riagt has been filc fou ire required lo serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to it
on A. JAY CRI8TOL, attorney for
Petitioner( whose address is si North*
east First Avenue, Miami. Florida
83131, and file the original with thr
clerk of the above styled court on
or before Aug. 88, 1878; otherwise a
default will he entered against you
for the r.iief demanded iii die com-
plaint or petition.
This notice shall be published oaee
each week for four consecutive weeks
In: The Jewish Plot-Milan.
WITNESS my hand and Ihe seal
r said court at Miami. Plorida on
this 19 day of Jul>. 1972.
E I! LEATHERMAN,
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By R. MILES
As Deputy Clerk
< 'ircuit Court Seal I
I.AW OFFICES OF
A. JAY CHISTdl.
21 Northeast First Avenue
Miami. Florida 33131
Attorney for Petitioner
7/81-38
'4-11
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. 72-14549
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
LOUIS WHEELER
Husband
HELEN B. WHEELER
Wife
TO: Helen I!. Wheeler
Residence I'tiknown
You ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to it
on Stanley E. Hood man. attorney tor
Petitioner, whose address is 2688 N.W.
2nd Street. Miami, Florida, and file
the originnl with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before Aug-
ust :;. l"72; otherwise a d. fault will
be entered against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each we** for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami, Florida on
this IX day of July. 1872.
E. H. LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By: H. MILES
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
STANLEY EX GOODMAN
26SP N.W. 62nd Street
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
7'21-28 S'4-11
___NOTICE UNDER
v.cm,ST,T,OUS NAME LAW
.Notice is HEREBY OIVEN Dial
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
.Ir.TI'OHT LAND DEVELOPMENT
CORP. a, Jllaml. Florida hit. nds Z
register said name with the Clerk of
Florid'1"1 <'"U''' "f Dade '"""'V.
PBHO LAND COUP
a Plorida corporal ion
----------------------------------- 7/81-28 8/4-11
IN t?27'e OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF the
*LSXE*-'.T.JUD,C'"" circuit"
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
72-14525
Petition For Dissolution
iv nan ^t f Mrriaoe
in ke: The Marriage o? Francis.,,
vWfe "u",,i""1- ;"1U Maria Alvares,
Tt>: Maria Alvarez
"113 N. Union Avenue, Apt 2
I-os Angeles. California 80024
,.,!"" Alvarez, are hereby no-
tlftr-d that a Petition fr Dissolution
of Marriage lias been filed against
you. nnd you are required lo serve a
'.'!'''y .'.'' .\'"ur Answer or Pleading to
lite I etltlon on the Husband's at-
torney., Max A. Ooldfarh. 414 Bis-
cay ne Building, Miami, Florida 83130
and file (he original Answ.r or Plead-
ing in th,. office f the Clerk of the
< in-uit Court on or before the "3
day of Aug.. 1972. If you fall lo do so,
judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
ill the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive vv.
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AXD ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this is daj of juiv a.d. 1973,
E. R. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade Count v. Plorida
By: R. M. KI88EE
Denuty Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Max A. Ooldfarb
414 Hlscayne Building, Miami. Fla.
38130
Attorney for Plaintiff
7 81-28 S/4-II
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. 72-14565
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
THE MARRIAGE OF,
IJBEER WAKEMAN,
iic.
ami
TO: ROBERT I. WAKE.MAN, II
Husband.
TO: ROBERT WAKE.MAN. II
Water Route
Magnolia Bprlngs, Alabama
;i;:.:.:,
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you in-,, required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, lo it on
FRIEDMAN AND I IfCo.N. attorney
for Petitioner, u liosc address it ::":!7
8.W. Eighth Street. Suite 109, Miami.
Florida 88134, and file the original
with the clerk of the above styled
court on or before Auk. 25, 1872;
Othl rWlse a default Will be entered |
against you for the relief demanded In
the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
eaeh week for four ,.....secutlve weeks
in THE JEWISH Kl.oHIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and Ihe seal Of
said court at Miami. Florida on this .
is day of July, 1872.
K. B. LEATHERMAN,
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dad.- County, Plorida
By: R. MILES
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit oiirt Seal)
FRIEDMAN AND I.IPCo.N
MITCHELL J. LIPCON
:i7;:7 S.W. Mb St.. Suite l"a
Miami. Florida 88134
Attorney for Petitioner
Telephone: 444-6485
7 21-28 8 -4-11
lEGAl NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2935 (Blanton)
NOTICE OF PROBATE
In RE: Estate of
BSTELLE S ALTSCHCI.I.
Deceased,
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
To ALL PERSONS INTERESTED
IN THE ESTATE OF s.Mli DECE- I
DENT: ,
You an- hereby notified thai a
written Instrument nurportins to lie I
Ihe last will and testament of said
dee.,1,.in has been admitted In pro. 1
hate should not stand uiirevok.il.
commanded within six calendar
1.....Itha from the date of the first
publication of tlii* notice lo appear in
said Curl and show cause, if any
you can. \\ li.v the action of said
Court in admitting said will lo pro- 1
bale should 1.....1 stnnd unrevnked
NELSON A: FBLDMAX, P.A,
Attorney
113!i Kane I Vtncourse
Miami Beach, fla 231.14
Telenhone: SIW-57I1
By: s T. R, Nelson
JOHN It. BLANTON
County Judge
Bj c< IHXBLL R< IBINSON
1 ierk
rii si publicallnn ,.r this notice 1
Ihe 1 1 da.i of July 1972
C .1 SEAL
7 I 1-21-28 8 I
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
IN CHANCERY. NO. 72.1402C
DISSOLUTION OF MAPRIACE
A i BERT 'ID
llusblllld, Petitioner
ami '
Rl 'SI.YN HOLD
Wifi, Respondent
TO: Rl >SI.VN BOLD
I 11 South "Maul, Xvi-nu<
Itldgeu nod. New .ler-, \
Vou. ROSLYN HOLD ire liereby
notifi
I Hvorce
and vou
uf your
Hill of
alto|-ne\
e.l.V N,
ida :
s er
Clerk
, lor. 11
thai a bill of Complaint
has i.eeii filed ugalnsl you,
are required lo serve h c*opy
Atisw.-r or Plead ns 10 the
Complaint on tin Plumtlffs
iv. Arthur H. Hess iitii Bis-
lloulcvnrd. North Miami. Plnr-
H'.l and file lln.....Igllial An-
r ph iidlna In Ihi o fli-e ol IBs
if
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
PETITION FOR ADOPTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-14568
In the Matter of
Adoption of minor child
by stepfather.
MALCOLM IRA STEKN.
Petition! r
TO: MR BENJAMIN SCOLA
7H" Broadway
Newark, New Jersey
YOF. BENJAMIN SCOLA, are here-
by notified that a Petition for Adop-
tion of your minor child has been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your an-
swer or pleading to the Petition for
Adoption on the Petitioners attorney.
ROHERT II. BURNS, ESQIIHE. 3:.a
1.in. idn ltd Miami Beach, Florida and
file the nritriiuil answer or pleading in
tire office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Courl on or before the 25 day of Aug-
ust, 1978. If >"U fail to do so, judg-
ment by default will be taken against
you for the relief demanded iii the
Petition for Adoption.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in the Jewish Florldlan.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Dade County, Florida this 18 day of
July, 1972.
E. H. LEATHERMAN
Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
by: IL E. SHEA
(Circuit Courl Scnl)
Robert H. Rurns. Esquire
360 Lincoln ltd.
.Miami Beach. Fla.
Attorney for Petitioner
7/21-28 8/4-11
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. 72-14336
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE <>F
JANICE .MARINO
Wife.
and
JOSEPH MARINO.
Husband.
TO:JOSEPH MARINO
984 Saratoga Street
East Boston, Massachusetts
YOF ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai ail action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
Vou are required to serve a copy of .
your written defenses, if any, to it
on MAX P. ENC.AL. attorney for Pe-
titioner, whose address is 1400 N.W.
mm Avenue, Suite l7-<: "Centre
House." Miami. Florida 33136, and
file the original with th clerk of
the above styled court on or before
Aug. 25, 1972j otherwise a default
will be entered against you for the r.-
iief demanded in the complaint or
petition.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITXESS my hand and Ihe seal of
laid i-ourt at .Miami, Florida on Ibis
11 day of July. 1872.
K. H. LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By; n. M. kissel
As Deputy Clerk
li Ircult Court Seal)
MAX P. EXCEL
j l*n() N.W. mth Avenue. Suite 17-0
Miami. Florida 83134
Attorney for Petitioner
7/21-2S 8/4-11
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NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
72-14445
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ix RE: The Marriage of
ARNOLD ROSEN,
Husband,
and
SHIRLEY ROSEN.
Wife.
TO: SHIRLEY ROSEN
23S-28 Blal Avenue
Little Neck, Flushing.
New York
You. SHIRLEY ROSEX. are hereby
notified that a Hill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed airainsl you.
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading; to the
Hill" of Complaint on the Plaintiff's
attorney, Paul Kwilney, of KW1T-
XEY & KIKM.iP. 420 Lincoln Road,
Sulie Sit, Miami Reach, Florida nnd
file the original Answer or Pleading
in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before Ihe :'.". day
of August, 1!>72. If you fail to 1I0 so,
judgment by default, will be taken
1 against you for the relief demanded
in the Hill fir Complaint.
This notice shall be published onee
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FtORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami,
Florida, this 17 day of July A.D. 1978.
E. 11. LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court, Dude County. Florida
lly: it. E. SHEA
Deputy Clerk
Circuit Court Seal)
PAl'L KWITNEY. OF
KWITXBY & KR00P
Suite 31! 420 IJncoln Road
.Miami Reach, Florida 3ai3
Attorney for Plaintiff
7/21-28 8/4-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-3399
FRANK B. DOWLINC
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Instate of
l.oiis SCHREIDER
I leeeasell.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands AgaillHl Said I
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required .
to present any claims and demands!
uliioh you may have against the es-
tate of ini'is SCHREIRER deceased
late of Dade County. Florida, t<- Ihe
County Judges of Dade County, and
tile the same in duplicate and as pro- .
vlded in Rectlon 733.14, Florida Slat- I
uios. iii their offices in the Count) I
Courthouse In Dole County, Plorida.
within six calendar months from Ihe
time of the first publication hereof. !
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 7 ,la> :
of July. A.D. 1S72.
Sara As Executrix
First publication of this notli.....11.
Ihe 14 day of Julv, ll>72.
SI'ARIIER. ZEMEL, ROSKIN AND
IIEII.HKONNEK. P.A.
Attorneys for Executrix
inn X. Itiseayiic Doufevard
Miami. Florida S31SS
7 14-21-2S 8/4
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 Of:
8ARRETTE El'HEXE, Husband
and
HVl'RAM.ME I.ECRERE BR'OENE,
Wife.
TO: HYPRAMME LECREKB
EFOEXE
Residence Unknown
VOD ARE HERBRY notified thai
ft Petition for Dissolution of Mar.
nage has been filed against vou. and
you are hereby required to nerve a
copy of your answer or other plead-
ing 10 Ihe Petition on ihe Husband's
attorney, LESTER ROGERS, whose
address is |4 N.W. 17th Avenue.
.Miami. Florida 33135. and file the
original with Ihe Clerk of the above
slykd coun on or before this 18 day
of" August. l72 or a Default will be
entered against V..U
Dated this 1") day of Julv, |f7J
E. H. LEATHERMAN
t Ierk of the Circuit tv,Urt
By: d. iiv.v.v. dc.
(< Ircult Court Seal)
______________7/14-21-28 4
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 FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
.MICHAEL FOI.IGNO.
and
TO: .Maria LOUISA ORTI2
FOLIONO
442 Santa Barbara
.Mexico city, Mexico
or ARE HEREHV NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a cony of
your written defenses, if v. to II 01,
GEORGE SAMPAS. attorney for Pe-
titioner, whose address is 420 I in-
coin Road, Room 111. .Miami Reach,
Florida 3813a, and file the original
with the clerk of the above Htyled
court on or before August 33, IM2:
otherwise a default will he entered
against you for Ihe relief demanded in
Ihe complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published oiiee
each week for four onnrecutive wecki
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITXESS my hand and Ihe seal
of said court at Miami. Florida on
Hi is 12 day "f July. 1S72.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By R. K. SHEA
As Deputy Clerk
ti ircuit Court Scnl)
GEORGE SAMPAS
t'.'rt Lincoln Road, Room 211
Miami Bench. Florida 33139
Attornev for Petitioner
1/14-31-29 v I
th.- 1 'ircult urt on in- i.e-
iv day of Aug. 1972. If > "U
i fall to .1.. >.., iudgment by delilult
will be taken against \..u for the r-
ii.r demanded in ihe Hill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published our*
I each week for Tour consecutive weeksi
I in THE JEWISH Fiji 'RIDIAN.
DONE AXD ORDERED ill Miami,
i Florida, ibis II da} of July. A D.
1 IH73.
1: II I.i:\-il11:1:M W. Clerk,
1 Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
II) : R, M KISSEE
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit < ourl Seal l
' ARTHI'R II HESS 1
' II7II Hlscayne Koulevnrd
North .Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
7 14-21-28 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREHY OIVEN that
. Ihe under.-it ne,1. desiring 1 engage In
I liusin.ss under Ihe fictitious name or
I Ronald L. Davis ami Carol Ann
I Davis, d 1. a Stephen Wayne Apatt-
1 inenta at .1" ne Hath Street and
14880-90 N E Bth Court. North Miami.
Florida intends 10 register snld name
ivlth the Cl.rk of the Circuit Court
jl Dad, County. Florida.
Ronald I. Dnvls, p A
117 Hiscayne Huibling
III VV. Flngler Street
Miami. Florldu ::::i.:n
Ronald L. Davis
in persona
7 14-21-23 ( 4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY OIVEN that
Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious names of
MIAMI MACHINERY .MART, HIA-
IJCAH MACHINERY MART. POWER
TOOL EXCHANGE, COM-PRE8H AIR
associates at ISM N.W. ."'Mi
Street. Miami, Fla. intends to regis-
ter said names with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
MONROE REESE
7/21-28 8/4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY C.1VEX tiiat
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
HEDD'S CLEANERS at 5831 Ponce
de Leon Boulevard, Coral Gables. Fla.
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
A NEW, INC
a Florida corporation
Morton M. Heigel
Attornev for applicant
DM" w Flagler St.
Miami. Fl. 33135
7 ll-L'l-JS v I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-13997
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: The Marriage of:
I.OIISE IAVINIA FERNANDER
wife and PETER FERNANDER ;
husband,
TO: PETER FERNANDER
Nassau. Bahamas
YOU ARE HEREHV notified that.
Ihe Petition for Dissolution of Mar-
riage iia> been filed against you and.
you are hereby reaulred to Berve it
copy of your answer or Other plead-
ing lo Hi. Petition of the wife's At-
torney, JOHN .1 OA'.I.A'HIKet.
u in.se address is 1454 N w itth An
nue, Miami. Florida 3312r>. and fill*
the original with the Clerk of th.
above styled court, on or before ttn
is day of Aug.. 1972, or a Default
will ie entered against you
Dated this 11 day ..1 July. i'1":.
E. B. LEATHERMAN
clerk of the Circuit Court
U) : K. M. KISSEE
(Circuit Coun Seal)
7 1 I J1 s I _
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-139C0
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN RE: The Marriage of ;
MAHOIE DRIER SCOTT.
Wife. '
and '
IVAN SCoTT.
Husband.
YOF, IVAN SCOTT, whose ii-t
known address and reaidi nee wa* s:i
chestnut street. Concord. North Caro-
lina, are notified to serve a oop\ of
your answer to Petition for Dissolu-
tion of .Marriage filed against you by
Polltioner-Wife's attorney, Alan s.
Becker, al 7430 Dlscayno Boule^ ird,
Miami. Florida and file tin- 0rlEi1.nl
with the clerk of this Cn cUit Court
on or before the 1* day 01 Aug I9t2,
otherwise a default will he entered
against you.
DATED this ID day of July. 1:.7_
E. I'.. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk I
By R. M. KISSEE
(Circuit Court Seal) *
7 H L" I -. s i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TheT
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUT
IN AND FOR I
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NUMBER: 72-138ti3
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION FO1*
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
THE MAKRIAOE OF
VI( TOR M. NIEVE8,
Husband
and
SHERYL.I. MEVES.
Wife.
(TO: SHERYL.I. NIEVES t
co Mr. and Mrs. Acker '
AH Angels Hills
Woppenger Falls. New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
j that an action tor Dissolution of Mar-
I ringe has been filed avainst you aaioJ
1 you arc required lo serve a ropy of
! your written defenses, if any, to it on
; RONALD .1. PATH. Attorney for Pe-
1 titioncr, whose address 111 2433 South
1 Hayshorc Drive. Miami, Florida* and
file the originnl With the Clerk of the
above styled court on or before Auc-
j usl J5, 1078: otherwise a default will
\ be entered against you for the rehof
demanded in the Complaint or Peti-
tion.
THIS .NOTICE shall be DUbMshedi
once each week for four ronsecuttvu
weeks iii THE JEWISH Fl.oliriHAN
WITNESS my hand and seal of
said Courl at Miami. Dale County,
Florida, this 7 day of Julv. 1972
E H LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
lly: X. A. HBWETT
Deputy clerk
t( ircuit Court Seal)
Ro.vaiji j. PATH, Attorney
423 South Buyshore Drive
Miami. Florida
Attorney tor Petitioner
7 11 21-28 S/4
/
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10-B
+Jewlst f/cr/dfiar
Friday, July 21. 1972
Obituaries
"TJMl
BERT
Ike. survived by hi* widow, Jen-
OIU Leonard Zllbert Of Miami
rh. Joseph Zilhert of Jaokaon-
and Seymnure ZITberl i>f New
ey. Dauithlern Snlty
MARGOL. Harry \V M, S8SS CollllH
AVC .M B. lilasli.-ic
SILVERSTEIN. .lan.li, ?!, t04t 8.W.
6 SMITH, Sylvia V., 54. of M.D. River-
Moffnian'of fi! LeVltt.
York and Betsy .Mamirh of San
Calif. Ten urundrhlldren, 4
it-Krandchtldren. Services were
Wednesday at Riverride Ma-
hal Chapel, 1 Ocean Parkway,
ioklyn. N.T.
. Murray. r>4. 7341' Gary Ave..
. nia.~bent.
fDMAN, Max. 77. 1300 Collins
. MB.
(BERG, Moe. S2. 1S08 Meridian
. Miami Beach. Riverside,
lerment Star of David.
4NER, Ruth. 2. Of Seacoaxt
HLi'nE. Adolph A 80. 3631
". 15th St. Riverside.
|RPER, David. J7, 11103 H W
Ave. Riverside. Interment Mt.
It
lEIFER, Charles. 61, of Tamarac.
lit.
|AMS. Irvine, S. 7"1 Collins
e. MB. Newman Interment
Nebo
ILER. Fannie. 96. 150i.i Bay ltd..
BIB. Hla.-li.Til
IDBERG. Janet. 71. 1950 N.E.
st Ter. Riverside.
(TOR. Samuel J 7'.-. of Miami,
trerside.
IN. Samuel Joseph. 89. of Hay
^rbor Islands. Riverside.
4GOLD, Jakob, 1150 N.E. 196th
N.M.B. Cordon.
IENBERG. Isaac. S9. of M.B.
terside.
jDMAN, Edna B 76. of M.B.
Iverside.
THEIM. Julie. 91. 8335 8.W. 72nd
Riverside.
IRR, Isadore A., 72. 16400 X.E.
Ith Ave.. N.M.B. Riverside.
JRN. Richard Stewart. 17. -71
Hibiscus Dr. Riverside. Inter-
en t Mt. Nebo.
|LF. Ida. 64, of M.B. Newman.
fLFSON. Oscar, (g, I94S0 l.cnaire
llordon. Interment Star of
ivid.
EN, Cele. 70, of M.B. Riverside.
IHAELS. itae. 81. of N.M.B.
Iverside.
|RCE. Rose. 58. 1481 N.E. -Miami
Brdens Dr. Gordon.
JNSKOW. Thor. 72. of M.B.
ewman.
ILNER, Harry. 72.1240 14th 81 .
|.B. Newman. Interment Mt Nebo,
.DMAN. U-o J.. 58, of Miami,
[verside. Interment .\it. .>,..,,
4AN, Jacob. 80. 9405 Bay Har-
Ir Ter.. Bay Harbor ls.anu
lasberK.
tz, Samuel, 75, 17701 N.E. 9tb
L Riverside.
IHLEk, Auraham, 80. of South
Ilami. Riverside. Interment
It. Sinai.
IWMAN, Albert E.. 68. 5101 Col-
"ns Ave M II. HlasbeiK.
TLER. Minnie, :4. 01 Surfside.
jverside.
IHADEFF. Sam, 52. 1511 j. W
End ct. Gordon.
IKMAN, Israel J.. i;i. ,,f Holly*
wood. Riverside.
lUCNER, Hetty. 88, 1438 Washing-
ton Ave M.B, Rlversldi
IDY. Jean D.. of MB. Riverside.
nterment Mt. Nebo.
getting married...
This basket holds
Infoimction and
gifts especially
helpful for you.
Call your
Welcome Wagon
hostess today.
LERNER. Murray. 62. 700 85th St.
Riverside.
MENDELSON, Moe. 1620 West Ave.
Riverside.
SCHUMAN, Edward, 77, 629 Ocean
Dr. Gordon.
WEISSMAN, Julius. 78. 830 Euclid
Ave. Riverside.
; BROTMAN. William. 87. of New fork.
Riverside.
BROSS, Henrietta, 70. 1770 N. Bay-
shore Dr. Gordon.
NISSIM. Jack, 80. of M.B. Riverside.
Interment Mt. Sinai.
ROSENFIELD. Mary. 88. 8i>0 Wash-
ington Ave. Gordon. Interment Mt.
Sinai.
SCHLISSEL, nollv. of Hollywood.
DEVITZ. William. 82. 1228 West Ave.
Blasber?.
HOROWITZ, May, 74. 401 Ocean Dr.
Riverside.
BUCHWALD, Esther, 64. 1874 N.E.
17"th St. Levitt
EISENBERG. Adolph. 17, '>730 N.W.
5th Ave. Gordon. Interment Mt.
Nebo.
GOODMAN. Harry. 83. 275 S.W. 43rd
Ave Gordon. Interment Mt Nebo.
GROSSMAN. Henry R 87.. N.M.B.
Riverside.
JACOBS. Jerome (Jerry), 46, 1941
S.W. 9?nd Ct. Gordon.
SLOMKA. Sol I.. 79. of Miami Beach.
Riverside.
SMUCKLER. Joseph. 69, of Miami
Beach. Newman.
FINKELSTEIN. Morris, 71, 151 N.E.
58th St, Riverside.
BERKOWITZ. E. Sidney. 49, Ray
Harbor Islands. Riverside.
GOODMAN. Harry, 83, 275 S.W. 43rd
Ave. Gordon. Interment Mt. Nebo.
LESSING. Julius L. 80, of Miami
He.oh Riverside.
SEIGMAN, Rose. 77. of Point East.
Levitt.
KRIEGER, Vivian. 71. 104" Euclid
Ave Blashers;.
LANGEL. Rae, 83. 542 Jefferson Ave.
BlasberR-.
apisjjns jo 'is |uun..i 'WVUXH3B
Riverside.
LEVIN. Wnller. 51, of Coral Gables.
Rlvers-ide. Interment Mt. Nebo.
ROSENB' ATT. Fannie. 84, of Miami
Beach. Riverside. Interment Mt.
Sinai.
SHAPIRO. Paula. 60, of Hallamlale.
' evllt.
MOSS, Edward. 73. 1809 Brickell Ave.
Rlverlde
BERNSTEIN. Charles, 78, of Miami
Beach Riverside.
MAKSTEIN. Samuel A.. 66. 221" B.W.
5th Ave. Gordon. Interment Mt.
**lnal.
HORWITZ. Martin, 75. of Hallandale.
I evltt.
OSTER. Irwln, 47, of Miami Beach.
Newman. Interment Mt. Nebo.
SMOLENSKY. Albert. 78, 1581 N.E.
167th St. Blasberu.
UNGER. Morris. 7".. of Miami Beach.
Riverside,
ABELSON, Isidore. 72, 18975 N.E.
2nd Ave. Riverside.
BIRNBERG. Abraham. 87. 550 9th
St Riverside
CRAMER. Sol W.. 63. 18061 Blsoayne
Blvd. Hlasberir
SANDERS, Jack, 72. of Miami Reach.
Newman.
WEISSMAN. Mary. 63. of North
Miami T evitt. Interment Mt. Sinai.
BROWMAN, Rose. 73. of N.M.B.
Riverside.
GLASER, Jacob. 76. of .Miami. River-
side.
KOFF, Ruth. 58. 7471 W Topicana
Dr Gordon, interment Mt. Sinai.
DRESNER. Jack, 74. 1551 N.E. 167lh
Dr.. M Ira mar. Gordon.
PONT LET V0UR MAIL END
UP INThE DEAD LETTER
OFFICE. MAKE SURE
YOUR ADDRESSES ARE
written CLEARLY AND
THAT THEY ARE COHPtETE
EMANUEL GORDON-1946
HARRY GORDON- 1964
IKE GORDON
JAMES B. GORDON
V-^ordon j-uncral *J~tc
owie
Your Jewish Funeral Home
CALL 373-5533
The Free Sons of Israel, the old-
est Jewish fraternal order in 'he
United States, organized and
chartered in New York City in
1849, has reappointed Harry j
Levy as district deputy for the j
12th consecutive year, for Dis-
trict 13 which takes in the State
of Florida.
Sprint Stakes At
Calder Track
This Weekend
Florida's first sprint stakes
on the turf is the weekend feature
at Calder Race Course. A totil of
38 have been nominated to the
S10.000 adied Grassland Handi-
cao. a race for three-year-olds am!
older at five furlones on the in-
field turf course. The Grassl'irr'
Handicao is the first of a quartet
of added money features that vill
be contested on the srass cul-
minating; with the S?0.000 added
Stenhen A. Calder Handicap on
Labor Day.
Racing I* a five times a week
activity at Calder Race Course
where Tuesdays and Sundays are
dark. Pro-Tarns call for nine races
on wcekdavs with ten on Satur-
days and holidavs. Post time .'or
all racing davs is 1:45 p.m. for the
summer session.
On weekends mr-He fans sr
entertained bv Phil Napoleon and
his Dixieland quintet. This group
'erenades each Saturday a'ter-
n-on in front of the grandstand
from approximately 1 p.m. on-1
wards
Calder Race Course offers a!
cafeteria in addition to two ter- \
race dining rooms, and reserved
and box seating is available, .'a-
trons are advised, however, to
reserve well ahead 'or accommo-,
dations on Saturdays and holi-
days.
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Open tiw/ Dby Ctoiti Sabbath
140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583
'Miami'* Only Strictly Jewish
Monument Deoler
eviH
Memorial Chapel
"JEWISH rUNEtAL DIRECTORS"
LOCAL AND OUT OF STATS
ABRANGIMENTS
947-2790
13385 W. DIXIF HWV., N.M.
The executives and stuff of
RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL CHAPELS
extend their heartfelt sympathy to
our president,
MR. LEONARD ZILBERT,
on the loss of his father

MIAMI BEACH HEBREW HOME FOR AGED,
Its Officers, Board of Directors
Ladies Auxiliaries, Membership
and Staff at the Home,
Record with profound sorrow
the sudden death of
JAKE ZILBERT
Father of our beloved President
LEONARD ZILBERT.
We extend deep sympathy to the
bereaved family.
Ida Kostoff Sidney Siege!
Ladies Auxiliary President Executive Vice President
The Officers, Executive Board
and
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND COUNCIL
OF GREATER MIAMI
extend sincerest condolences
to their esteemed Vice President
LEONARD ZILBERT
on the death of his beloved father.
May he find consolation among the
Mourners of Zion
HON. JAY DERMER
President
RABBI IRVING LEHRMAN
Chairman, Foundation
'^iuwpal'&fytpet
SltVIN* All M JTATW
AMfU FAIIINC IN THI MAR
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haftcaui jj.(t. utrorti ai
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f Miet CfmA DiiV.
wUMImh
CINIIATIONS 01 1IIVKI
Our
Funeral Directors
have over
100 years of
combined experience
serving the
Jewish Community.
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Tfy
Call 24 hrs. a day:
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ReprnemeJ t*
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For all N V branches
call collect 24 hrs a dav:
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V

Palmers
Miami Monument Company
3279 S.W. 8th Street, Miami
444-0921 4444922
Open Sunday thru Friday
Personalized Memorials Custam
Crafted In Ovr Own Workshop.
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
720 71st Street (near Indian Creek Drive)
Older Porlnde choptls ore located In
BROOKLYN 1283 Conay Island Avenue
BROOKLYN Church Ave. near Flatbush Ave.
BRONX 1345 Jerome Ave., naar 170 Street
FORESf MILLS Queens Blvd., at 66th Avenue
MANHATTAN Broadway and 66th Street
MONTICELLO, N.Y. 19S Broadway
PARKSIDE
MEMORIAL CHAPELS, INC.
One of the largest family owned chapels serving Jewish families.


Friday. July 21. 1972
*JeHistn^ridHcT,n
Page 11-B
He is a aood Temple member, lives an exemplary life, is a devoted husband and father. 1
But he is neglecting an important moral obligation.
He has not yet made his cemetery arrangements. Like other
moral and spiritual obligations, these arrangements must
not be forgotten. By planning ahead,decisions can be made
calmly. They can be made without emotional pressure.
They can be made wisely, and they can be made together
as a family. If you have not yet fulfilled this obligation to
your family, we urge you to do so now. In this way, you
can be certain that your family will not suffer needlessly.
Wf INOTf YOU TO $H OUK MONK MfMOft/AU IV GO**AM,
MASTIK CKAnSMtH IN SIM* AND BKONXt

MIAMI'S MOST BEAUTIFUL EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH CEMETERY
5505 Northwest 3rd Street Phone MO 1-7693


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YOUNG TURKEYS
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QUICK FROZEN
BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE 20' REGULAR
Pepsi Cola 8 "#9
ElSEWHEtE 63'- POTATO OR MIXED MANS ",0f3._ EISEWHERE K 55 Hunt's Snack Pack Salads \k 19e Carnation Instant Dry Milk 10 U$
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TOP QUALITY CALIFORNIA
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Bartlett Pears 3 1
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Florida Juice Oranges........10 for 09 Red Ripe Salad Tomatoes 0 km J3
BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE 10* HEBREW NATIONAL KOSHER 12-OZ. PKG
Franks or Knocks $109
IMPORTED
29c Dak Danish Smoked Salami
99
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BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE 30' BANQUET FROZEN _
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