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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
August 4, 1972

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
August 4, 1972

Subjects

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

Notes

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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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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AA00010090:02270

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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of North Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
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Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
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Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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T]Tewis]li Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
rolurne 45 Number 31
Miami, Florida Friday, August 4, 1972
Two Sections Price 20 cents
ayan Urges Control Changes
JERUSALEM (JTA) A
jjor challenge to the religious
itus quo in Israel ua made
week by Defense Mini-ter
Dshe Dayan who declared that
time is ripe for a change
that status quo and that his
^bor party should go into its
tied u led 1973 elections with a
unltment to change the sit-
tion under which Israel's Or-
.dox rabbinate controls all is-
ps of personal status.
Speaking: at a meeting of the
Ibor (-enter on state and re-
^on. Gen. Dayan stressed the
Ml for changes in the religious
at ion but urged against any
^rsh" decisions to avoli any
pat of endangering the Labor
ty' continued partnership
the NRP.
in. Dayan said he would
supported the Independent
pral Party's proposal for a
<1 introduction of civil mar-
in certain cases, now
tied by the Orthodox rab-
He adde.J.. however, that
Independent Liberals want-
ed to make such a change, they
should have done so in accord
with the government and the
prime minister and "not push
the government to the wall."
This was not the proper pro-
cedure for a working coalition,
he declared.
Gen. Dayan was referring: to a
battle within the coalition over
the limited civil marriage pro-
posal on u It cli the Knesset
presidium voted July 11 to post-
pone, consideration until next
fall when the Knesset recon-
venes after its summer recess.
Gen. Dayan also suggested
that yeshiva boys, now exempt
from military service should be
recruited for training and brief
military service and then per-
mitted to return to their stud-
ies. He said he could see no
reason why the NRP should pull
out of the coalition over that
proposal which he argued "even
they must accept."
Rabbi Menahem Hacohen, who
is head of the cepartment of
supolv of religious needs in th<"
.S. Was Surprised By
Aissian OusterEban
.IUSALEM (JTA) For-
Mlnister Abba Eban de-
in an army radio inter-
yesterday that he thought
nited States had been sur-
by Egyptian President
Sadat's ouster of Soviet
s from Egypt and re-
t suggestions that the ous-
as part of a prearranged
ncnt between the United
and the Soviet Union.
Eban said also that re-
renewed diplomatic ties
pn the United States and
roved Israel's long-held
lit ion that it is possible
|e United States to build
Tth the Arab world while
ping to support Israel.
who say that tension
the United States and
-^Jjjfrab countries is not MMMd
Bterira's support of Israel
Bht," he declared, adding
K had seen no change in
Holley toward Israel since
Evict pullout from Egypt
Bshington Post correspon-
eported from Cairo that
viet Union, "apparently
lined to minimize the loss
it has already suffered
I protect its other import-
fcrestj in the Middle East.
has mounted its military retreat
from Egypt with a speed and
thoroughness that has surprised
experienced diplomatic observ-
ers" in Cairo.
Mr. Eban stressed that the fi-
nal scope of the Soviet with-
drawal from Egypt was still un-
clear. Asked whether he thought
the Soviets would "punish" Sa-
dat by pulling out more air-
planes that Sadat has stipulated
or by denying him supplies he
admitted this was a possibility.
Mr. Eban declared that "the
dynamics of departure" might
result in leaving Sadat with less
than he had bargained for. He
also said he would not like to
think that Sadat's reiection of
Prime Minister OoMe Melr's ap-
peal for prompt negotiations
was Sadat's la*t word on the sub-
ject.
Egypt "has several options
for communication, such as has
occurred between the two Ger-
manies, between India and Pak-
istan and between North and
South Korea," he added, and
a "certain lessening of extrem-
ism or wrath" noted in Sadat's
latest speech in Alexandria when
he rejected Mrs. Meir"s bid for
talks.
idat Willing To Talk If
Four Have 'Final Say'
IIS (JTA) President
Sadat of Egypt has in-
J he is ready to meet with
| Premier Golda Meir, pre-
Bly for jieace talks, but
di conditroh that represen-
of the four major pow-
be present at the meeting
ave the final say." it was
Bed here.
. Sadat made that state-
to a five-member French
smentary group which vis-
lllm last week in Cairo, ac-
Histadrut, expressed total op-
position to the present "rab-
binical establishment." He de-
clared that what Israel needed
was a rabbinate which would
function within a "religious, tra-
ditional and historic Jewish
framework." a rabbinate which
would be "a living body that
lives the problems of the pub-
lic of today and not remote as
it has turned out to In- when
whoever is greater in saying
'no' is regarded as a better
rabbi."
Rabbi Hacohen urged that the
Labor party insist on removing
religious and traditional prob-
lem* from the "political game."
Party officials said that more
meetings would be held on the
issue.
cording to one of its members,
a Jewish deputy named Claude
Cerard Marcus.
Mr. Marcus told the JTA that
President Sadat said he was "all
for peace" but that he was "not
prepared to give up a single inch
of Egyptian territory." He also
told the group he hart been the
first Arab chief of state to "rec-
ognize" Israel and that "I have
not changed my position since
then." He did not explain the
nature of the recognition.
Jordanians Refuse
To Cooperate For
Safety Of Planes
TEL AVIV (JTA) A ren-
resentative of the International
Aviation Organization arrived in
Elath this week to inspect the
problem of air safety created
by the opening of a Jordanian
airport in nearby Akaba.
The Israelis claim that the
Jordanians are. refusing to co-
operate with the Elath Airport
ontrol tower regulating both
takeoffs and landing of planes.
Repeated requests by the Elath
authorities have been turned
down, Elath officials said, cre-
ating a definite hazard.
The international aviation of-
ficial s[>ent the -'iy in Elath and
then took a light plane over the
approaches to the Elath runway
to evaluate the dangers pre-
sented by the Akaba Airport.
The official is expected to go
to Akaba following his investi-
gation to arrange for the safety
of planes at both airports.
The Akaba Airport services
two daily flights to Amman, be-
sides small aircraft and army
planes.
Scientists Find"
Possible Clue To
Leukemia Control
TEL AVIV (JTA) A Weiz-
mann Institute research team
under Prof. Leo Sachs, director
of the genetics department, has
discovered through tests with
animals what scientists hope
may be an effective tool in ar-
resting leukemia and other white
blood-cell diseases.
The team of biologists has been
working since 1967 on a protein
substance known as Mfrl, which
induces maturation and differ-
entiation of the white blood cells.
Dr. Sachs said.
Leukemia in its most severe
form involves an excessive pro-
duction by the body of white
blood cells, or leukocytes, mainly
in the bone marrow, spleen and
liver until they swamn the mar-
row, whose function it is to pro-
duce red blood cells.
Continued On Pac 9-A
Officer Sentenced In Eilat Blast Case
TEL AVIV (VVNSl The commanding officer of the Israeli
unit which suffered 25 dear" and many others wounded in Jan. 1970
when munitions, captured in a raid on the Egyptian held Island of
Shadwan in the Gulf of Suez, exploded during unloading at Eilat.
was found guilty on various technical counts and received a four
months suspended sentence from the military tribunal hearing the
case. The officer was not named.
Split Widens Over Electoral Reform Bill
TEL AVIV IWNSi- Gahal, Israel's largest opposition party
faction, threatened to come apart as its partners Herut and the
Liberals fought over Liberal support of a Labor Day electoral
reform bill which would provide for a combination of direct election
to the Knesset by constituencies with a minority of MKS to be se-
lected from a party slate. The liberal votes provided the bare ma-
jority needed for passage on the first reading. If finally adopted,
the reforms will go into effect in 1977. The measure is oppose1, by
Herut, the National Religious Party and most of the smaller parties
which stand to lose seats or to disappear altogether if the reform.-.
are adopted.
H-U Specialist Conducts Tokyo Research
TOKYO (WNSt Prof. Daniel I. Hillel of the Hebrew Uni-
versity's School of Agriculture will conduct a joint research study
with Prof. Tomoo Cho of the Agriculture Department of Tokoyo's
Tottori University, on a new irrigation system Hillel developed in
Israel. The research will be conduced in the Kunisali Pennisula in
Oita Prefecture in plastic greenhouses in Kocbi Prefecture.
Israel Told To Negotiate Directly
AMSTERDAM (WNS) Expressing resentment that Israel
had sought to use the Dutch government as an intermediary, a
spokesman for the Netherlands West Indies government said Israel
should negotiate directly with the Netherlands government if it
wanted landing rights at Curacao for El Al Airlines.
Weizmann Institute Receives $1.5 Million
NEW YORK (WNS) Chicago industrialist Arnold R. Meyer
has presented the Weizmann Institute of Science with a $1.5 million
gift for cancer research, it was announced here. The gift will be
matched by the Israeli government to build the Arnold R. Meyer
Cancer Research Institute.
Okamoto Goes Berserk, Chained To Bed
TEL AVIV (WNS) Kozo Okamoto went berserk in his cell
and was chained to his bed by his legs, prison officials reported. He
is spending much of his time writing lengthy letters to his family
in Japan. A plea by Max Kritzman, Okamoto's attorney, that Oka-
moto express regret for his part in the Lydda Airport massacre to
provide the basis for an appeal against his life sentence, was re-
jected by the Japanese gunman.
Tekoah Protests Renewal Of Jarring Mission
UNITED NATIONS (WNS) Israel's ambassador to the
United Nations. Yosef Tekoah, has protested to Secretary General
Kurt Waldheim against the resumption of the MkVile East peace
mission headed by Dr. Gunnar V. Jarring. Israeli officials fear that
a renewed Jarring mission will disrupt prospects for a positive
Egyptian reaction to Premier Golda Meir's plea for direct negotia-
tions for a Middle East peace settlement.
U.S. Sending Diplomatic Mission To Iraq
WASHINGTON (WNS) The United States, which has not
had formal diplomatic ties with Iraq since the Six-Day War, is
sending two foreign service officers to Baghdad to establish an
American interest section at the Belgium Embassy which repre-
sents American interests in Iraq. A spokesman said the State
Department is "very pleased with the state of relationships'' with
countries in the Middle East, including Israel.
Tax Reform Bill May Affect Bequests To Israel
WASHINGTON (WNS l The Nelson Tax Reform Bill, now
in the hands of the Senate Finance Committee, may affect bequests
made by Americans to foreign institutions including Israeli ones
The bill states that a bequest by an American "shall be deductible
I for income tax purposes) only if it is to be used predominant!}
within the United States or any of its possessions."


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Friday. August 4. 1972
fiehael Litvak To Head
ros Angeles Bonds Drive
h-hr-! Liivak, wbo for three lions in the mobiliumon activities!
has sswted a< ilu- dlrastoi :"' Israel'*- devetopmenl awl
Stale of Israel Bonds or- funds for Israel's development and
' ecofldht) .-hifv M inception.
Jewish Historical
Society Announces
Slate of Officers
Mr. Litvak will assume the larg-
er Israel Bond |H).-.t in the country
in Los Angeles, which has a Jew-
ish imputation of over 550.000,
when ho takes over his new re-
-ii insibilH h a Oct. 1.

*r.
MKHAll LHVAK
if Inn in the Greater .Miami
has just been issiened to
'!)< l-v.'ii Bonds endeavor
Angeles.
rr. Litvak s.ii mixed fi rlin.'s about leavins
i! new post, "My experience
e Miami sommunit) has ben
of tht ni '-t challcneino and
titling times of my life," he
n '. "I have never 1 fore mot
In of real leadership on he-
n' rh Stale of Iisrnel that
y.) people have to offer."
l-a'ira the son of a pioneoi
i family Mr. Litvak has
1 is.ni I a an officer in the
ah ra ii has held top nosi-
It has not-, yet been determine'
uho ill dlroci the Israel Bond'
campaign in the Miami comnuin-.
iiy. however. The choice of a!
successor will bo made in the next _
few week.-;, sources said.
In a letter this week. Mr. Litvak
pointed out that the Miami Israel
Bond community has grown tre-
in, ndously in the support of Israel
through Israel Bonds, and urged
top Israel Bond leadership to of-
fer i hiiti" strength in supi>ort of
tin new director,
When asked if there were any
single [actor to which he could
attribute the succ-ss of the Israel
Bond campaign In the last few
years. Mr. Litvak said. "The spir-
, itual leader* the rabbis in our
ommunity are to be credited
for the Greater Miami Israel Bond
: sue ess story."
The Jewish Historical Society.
a,group recently formed to stimu-
late and encourage interest and
research in the area of Jewish
history, has announced its first
slate of officers.
Seymour B. Liebman, historian.
author and Adjunct Research
'Scholar at the Institute of Amer-
' lean Affairs of the University of
Miami, will serve as president.
Other officers include Mrs.
Rachel Abramowitz and the Hon.
Theodore R. Nelson, vice presi-
dents; Mrs. Mar.jorie Land, sec-
retary; Dr. Isaac Fein, treasurer;
and Dr. Sidney Bevinick. Harold
Tannen. Mrs. Malvina W. Lieb-
man. Rabbi Max LipschitZ, Rabbi
S. T. Swirsky. Bart Udell. Dr. Ju-
lian Weinkle. Mrs. F.'lsie Siegel.
Milton Weiss and Dr. Walter
Zand, directors.
The Society, which will hold
public meetings quarterly, will be
involved in preserving old docu-
ments, collecting oral histories and
creating a repository for archival
material on the history of the
Jews in the South Florida area.
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+Jt*isti fk>ridli&ri
Page 3-A
American Students Enrolled
Kabhi Landsman
Assumes Duties
In H-U Summer Law Course *^t Beth David
L'n ment signed in Jerusalem July 21,
students and scholars of the He-
brew University will participate
.!i an i.vhan^o jirpgram between]
trie Hinivcrsity and the National I
Institute of Oriental Languages
and Civilizations, part of the Uni-!
i' -ite de la Sorbonno Nouvelle,
Paris.
President of the institute, Prof. \
R, Sieffert, who, together with:
the outgoing rector of the uni-,
verstty, lVof. Jacob Katz, ratiti
1he agreement in Jerusalem, ex-'
:)!-e--;oti hope "that it woul' be but
the first step towards close co-1
operation between th" two cen-
ters of higher learning."
"The Paris institute has an ae
live il parl nent of modern He-
brew language and literature nn I
will mak us of the leaching and
seat h facilit'es n\ ailahle in I
Jerusalem, pn ticulat i\ thi ou h
the university's summer course)
And School for CV er>as SttHe :
i '.ni > to further the studies of
ts out students.
For its iiiirt. the 11 'btew Uni-
uity will send to Pnris s'u-
i ol Its Institute of Asian and
African Studies who wish to spe-
cialize in modern oriental lan-
guages, literature and civiliza-
tions:
Prof. > Seiffert,- a specialist in >
nod, in Japanese literature, has j
translated a number of Japanese
literary works into French and is
also the author of a number of
books on Japanese civilization.
Present at the
ming of tin
agreement were Prof. Chaim B -in-
art, chairman of the Institute of
Jewish Studii -; Dr. 7.. Schiffrin, of
the institute af A*ian and African
Studies; officials ui the School foi
Overseas Students, and Nissim
yaish, director ol the Israel For-
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Rabbi Pan Landsman, newly
appointed youth and ermational
director at Beth David Congreea-
tlon, assumed his duties this week
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Number 31
lessing Games Continue
The guessing games over Egypt's break with the Soviet
|on continue. One thing is certain, however, and that is
Sadat is still not prepared to accept Golda Meir's offer
direct peace talks, an offer that proved to the world
lin that peace and not territorial gain is the goal of the
i\ nation.
One of the most disquieting reports, published last
sk in the New York Times, is that Sadat is hoping that
ouster of Soviet military personnel will sooner or later
the United States to put effective pressure on Israel
make her withdraw from Egyptian territory. Accord-
to the report, such a shift in American policies would
kount to a fundamental change in the entire Middle East
pblem just what Sadat intended to achieve. In other
rds, the Egyptian leader believes, as many Americans
that our Middle East policy has been based more on
anti-Soviet philosophy than a pro-Israel bias.
Despite the strong declarations of support in both the
locratic and Republican platforms, it will be wise for
lerican Jewry to remain on the alert for any shift in
!icy that may come after the November election. Al-
agh he made the statement in a partisan context, a
jht paraphrase of Sen. Abraham Ribicoff's speech to the
irish seminar at the Democratic National Convention
Jre should act as a warning: "will the next President of
United States listen to the president of the United Jew-
Appeal or the president of Standard Oil?"
|. of F. Offers Hebrew Course
The University of Florida has joined the many insti-
ions of higher learning throughout the nation in offering
kbrew language as a credit course in the fall quarter of
72. The plan is to offer a beginning course which would
atinue into the winter and spring quarters.
One of the requisites is that there be a minimum reg-
Iration of 25 students and, through the director of Hillel
the campus, a drive is being made to enroll at least
it many. Local students interested are urged to contact
> Hillel director in Gainesville now, although it will be
ssible even during the registration period in September.
immer Is A Time For Learning
Summer is not only a time for camp and trips to Israel
kt for Jewish learning for hundreds of Greater Miami
bung people as the Bureau of Jewish Education has dis-
kvered this year. An experiment at Temple Israel proved
lot there were many who remained at home anxious for
ptinued education in Jewish areas and the new look at
Bureau has developed an even more interesting pro-
Four groups have been meeting this summer and their
jlerests range from an elementary Hebrew Ulpan, Jewish
ics, philosophy and religion on a seminar-discussion
sis to a formal course on Jewish Culture and Mysticism
which students receive high school credits from the
ide County Board of Public Instruction. This is part of
i quinmester program, a growing factor in our commun-
which our religious schools will soon have to confront
I meeting the changing needs brought on by a changing
100I year.
[nother Sign Of The Times
There is a significant sign of the times in the an.
ncement of "Encore," a new black maqazine which has
lablished an editorship in Jewish affairs. The hope of
p magazine is to unite the ethnic community by high-
ihting its common interests and problems.
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
>!i 11 -1|'___
MIAMI BEACH For good
or ill, the Democratic conven-
tion plainly marked the end of
the old coalition by which
Franklin Delano Roosevelt made
the Democrats the majority
party in the United States. In
consequence, a little story of
the Roosevelt years is a useful
commentary on what happened
here in Miami Beach.
It was Election Day in 1936.
In an open touring car, the Pres-
ident hail made his tra "itioial
tour of Hyde Park and the lit-
tle neighbor towns. Most of hi
neighbors obstinately voted Re-
publican, nonetheles; but the
lovely countryside had been as
bright with autumn color as a
cock pheasant's back.
THAT EVENING, with fairly
ill-concealed reluctance, the
Presidenfs mother invited the
whole presidential party to the
"big house" to hear the elec-
tion returns. Everybody re-
porters and photographers, ra^io
people. Secret Service men.
White House secretaries, staff
and advisers, the entire group
following the President, in fact
was offered drinks and cold
roast beef.
Nowadays, a convention hall
would be needed to hold such a
party. But in that simplier time,
there were only about 60 people
gathered in the Hyde House.
The President, Steve Early and
Marvin Mclntyre had the press
tickers in the dining room, which
was closed off. Outside, in the
large library, Tom Corcoran
played his guitar and Mrs. Roose-
velt an 5. Ben Cohen wandered
about looking vaguely benevo-
lent.
EARLY IX the evening. Alf
Landon sensibly conceded. The
dining room doors were opened.
All filed in to congratulate the
victor, who sat at the head of
the dining room table in open
triumph. When this reporter's
turn came, President Roosevelt
picked a tiny sliver of ticker
copy from the table and of-
Continued on Page 12-A "
In a recent Seven Arts Fea-
ture Syndicate article, Rabbi
Samuel Silver rose to the de-
fense of his colleagues' working
schedule. It's not true, he wrote,
that they function only once a
week at workship services, and
he followed a Tulsa, Okla., rab-
bi's schedule for a two-week
period:
"I conducted two weddings,
one conversion, one funeral, sat
on the dais and gave invocations
at four different annual meet-
ings, gave two lectures at Okla-
homa State University one
on Christian theology and anti-
Semitism and another on Herzl
and political Zionism ad-
dressed a local group called
Parents without Partners on
contemporary family problems,
presided at two Friday evening
services, one a Bar and Bat
Mitzvah and the other a mag-
nificent rendition of Ernest
Bloch's "Sacred Service."
BUT THATS not all. In addi-
tion. Rabbi Norbert Rosenthal
met daily with his Confirmation
Class, visited the sick and ailing
at the hospital, made five pas-
toral home calls, counselled with
individuals on personal prob-
lems and spent several hours
with a Chamber of Commerce
leader on urban problems. He
also had a conference with the
superintendent of schools about
introducing Hebrew into the
secondary school curriculum of
the Tulsa system.
Rabbi Silver was obviously
describing a career pattern that
is common in the Reform rab-
binate, involvement in the life
of the community as well as
the synagogue, which has been
highly criticized as not fitting
for one with the spiritual rank
of a rabbi. His place, these cri-
tics say, is only in the synago-
gue.
SOMETIMES, even for Or-
thodox rabbis, that's difficult.
Rabbi Moshe Tzvi Neriyah. a
yeshiva dean and spiritual lead-
er of the Bnei Akiva, a national
religious youth movement in
Israel, recently wound up pray-
ing on the roof of a Safad sy-
nagogue when he was driven
from the sanctuary by fanatics
of the Neturei Karta sect.
Rabbi Neriyah was one of ele-
ven Knesset members of the
National Religious Party who
abstained from voting on the
controversial halachic conver-
sion bill which was defeated by
Golda Meir's government forces,
the result of which threatens
to tear the nation apart in the
not-too-dLstant future as the in-
cident in Safad reveals.
MRS. MEIR has warned that
the "willful blindness" of the
Orthodox factions to the reali-
ties of the Jewish world today
would eventually lead to a
tragic split, citing the intran-
sigence of the controlling rab-
binate on the issue of halachic
bastardy among other problems
that are making the assimila-
tion of immigrants into Israeli
life even more difficult.
For those who laughed and
wept at "Fiddler on the Roof,",
her cry of "Why did such prob-
lems never come up in the
shtetl?" recalled the old rebbe of
Anapesta who fits her descrip-
tion of "old-time rabbis (who)
were great scholars and also
had warm hearts and feelings
for Jewish sufferers."
AX ECHO of Mrs. Meir's
concern was local Rabbi Tibor
Stern's recent statement. "The
sooner the government of Israel
realizes that its anti-religious
policy will split world Jewry,
the sooner it will reconsider its
stubborn stand on refusing to
allow the religious law to pre-
vail." he said.
Claiming for Orthodoxy the
credit for having "safeguarded
the survival of the Jew in the
Diaspora." he also claimed for
it the allegiance of "even Re-
form and Conservative" in sup-
port of his position.
PERSOXALLY, I doubt it. If
the Reform and Conservative
rabbinate and lay leadership in
the United States have kept
their silence on these issues it
is because they have recognized
that unity in the facet of the
constant military threat to Is-
rael was even more imporant
than the question of religious li-
berty which has been denied the
majority of Jews in Israel by
the Orthodox groups for which
Rabbi Stern is an articulate
spokesman here.
It is ironic that here in Amer-
ica, Agudath Israel fights for
the rights of Jews to refuse to
work on the Sabbath, and
against a bill which would ex-
tend Daylight Savings Time all
year because it would affect the
daily Orthodox prayer sched-
ules, but insists in Israel on the
right to hold Jewish prayers on
soil sacred to Moslems and
seeks to deny the right of wor-
ship to any but Orthodox Jews.
Maybe the kind of schedule
outlined by the Tulsa rabbi is
the best antidote for those who
have yet to understand the na-
ture of the Jewish peoP,e
wherever they may live in Is-
rael or in the Diaspora.


Friday, August 4, 1972
*Jwi$t noridHan
Page 5-A
Pallot To Serve 11th Term As
Beautification Committee Head
E. Albert Pallot, banker and
civic loader, has been elected to
bis 11th term as chairman of Mi-
tee on Ecology
an.', Beautifica-
tion, a citizens'
group which has
helped Miami
win six national
"Cleanest Town"
awards and orig-
inated the con-
cept of "Build
ing of the
Month" awards
to stimulate bet-
ter architectur-
t. Albert Pallot amis Commit-
a! design and land use.
Also elected at the recent an-
nual meeting were Admiral Irwin
J. Stephens, director of the Miami
Seapoit, 1st vice chairman; vice
chairmen Alfred Browning Park-
er, Mrs. Marie Enteriine, Edward
Q. Adams, (general manager of
WCIX-TV. Ch. 61. MoP.ie Turner,
(WFI.G-TV, Sally MiUedge,
(WCKT-TV), Mrs. Mitchell Wolf-
son, Metro Mayor Steve Clark.
Mrs. Claude Pepper, Tim Sullivan
and Mrs, Jean Davis.
Mrs. I izabeth Martell, a found-
ing member of the committee, was
reelectert secretary; Mrs, Claire
Red-White-Blue
License Plates
For '76 Urged
State S"n. Ralph R. Poston (D-
MiamO has prooo~d that all 50
states is=ue red. white, and blue
license tags for 1076 "in o'-rier that
all citizeps of the countrv will be
able to pn'-tirmate in the bicen-
tennial celebration."
Sen. Poston. chairman of the
Florida Senate Commit tee on
Transoorfation aM a member of
the board of Third Century U.S.A.
in Miami, said that ttvs wo'ild "al-
low every American to fly the
colo'-s throughout the entire year
off 1976."
The r-"ntor a fanner member
of the National Highwav Safety
Advisory Committee, says h has
formally requested the federal
Depart me" t of Traistwtation to
urge all 50 states to join in and
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Pepper Introduces Bill In Congress
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each," Rep. Pepper sail.
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Friday, August 4, 1972
What Happened To The Revolution?
here Is The New Culture
fOTE Thii s
a terlf o' fiv / COIVmn.
I Lei""-'
lt> M .\ I.IIIMI!
f V
:.:; I I t hi [ling Ol
i ; I an the
Like ; sti iking i><>k.
baci Bnl ww I uiod in the
11 .'.;.- too !

mood
>. :> i he
lion is about
i
r
!
f '.'.'hat
F
iiiMv on.
| ,- .. nul
Jv- '.. on Rei al-
rh h<- d'idn'i f-> e "i
I .':' led it Consci-
71. h i.i. 'i .. a. | i. gim-
'. Theodore Roszak had
it the counti n

ke ad-
f i It lire the hippie cul-
It hi Ij ig-an l-ro
in barbarians. After a
I thi i itei began to set-
I all the
r 3 it. The nom x
. What counts i-. the
at-i t,,i giart the fact has
here that the rebellions
i til: have not been
':::' first most c aimant
- visible, in.' assaults on
i.'.sw structure, but that
ili c; i.. tiv. have been as-
'n the value structure
^i. :uituial lifestjk -
Kick was go much noise
thi marchings posturings,
|. demonstrations, sel-
<'! buildings, invasions of
manifestos, "non-
ibli demands," rock-
i In Im -i -wearing, e *cn
ing and bombing, that
|' v, 'p couldn't hear the
-I _<-
: i sage w as Bimple and
I, and when the noise
Bow n, H e made it out It
gOIM
rig not the cor-
arat ... i,*- Arm; the
toe tin '' aj | '' i listri-
rxitcd but more cru
their lives.
h the purposes they live
gomel ing I n lam ntal
.' ing, the v ning peo-
-.' pre say in that r
st '. had
to | Hffi In liffei -
...
( as a badge ol li
BIT THE bt
th n thi o itei profile, and
: er than the sut face perce -
tions ol New Left an
new journalism and the new ac-
. --- The yi eopli
- didn't undeistand it foi
a time, while the antiwar fervor
the civil-rights i : voi
in them up and en
theii era .-. anil the ec i
merit, and the Women's
Libo al "n Movement.
All of these were important
ca i -. and thei e was camai a-
h m. B'U the
fact was that these were lonelv
yo ing i ople, and a little jn-
secure despite all their bravado.
While one cause succeeded an-
other, it was the camaraderie
that counted, the sense of being
wanted and useful, of finding
human warmth and meaning to-
gether. Bui when the causes
were over, the loneliness and in-
security remained.
HENCE THE continuance of
the drug culture, which in some
form is likely to remain rart of
the new culture during the real
of the decade. In another part
of the forest, however, the new-
culture is being; undercut by
new developments.
Many young people, coming
out of college, are returning to
tin career market, working in
the professions. Some of them
plan to use thei.- careers, in law.
medicine, journalism, to further
the cause they care about. '
Cithers arc playing their careers
straight, much as the'r fathers
and older brothers did before
the revolutions. This is especial-
ly true of a whole new genera-
tion which has entered the com-
munity colleges, with a strong
vocational Interest.
Hijamin Bonney New S.E.
lonsul General Of Israel
|n.r>:n Bonney i- taking over
. nera] of Israel for the
it \irh headquarters In
fledgling Israel Air Force. He left
military aviation in 195V. with the
rank of colonel an'. became di-
tor of Lod International Air-
port, and late,- deputy director of
Civil Aviation.
In l!Xi.i. Consul Bonney, trans-
ferred to the Ministry for Foreign .
Affairs a< deputy director of the
Depattmcnt for International Co-
op ration. He was appointed press
counselor at the Israel Embassy in
Ron* In 1'>.-,, and Consul Gen-
eiil of Israel in Houston, Tex.,
for the Southwest in 19f>9.
Mi. Bonney is a Rotarian. a
mi mber of Bnai Brith and an '
asso late member of the Institute
of Aerospace .Sciences.
#s
BfNJAMIN BONNEY
He succeeds Moshe Gil-
Ihe post.
completion of studies in
at the University of
Prance, Mr. Bonney studied ]
the Jerusalem School of I
| Pales tine.
H. he served a>- a fighter
i ho Royal Air Force and
147-56, saw action in the
Young Singles
Splash Party
The Young Singles of Temnle
Emanu-El will hold a "SDlash
Party-Social" at the National Ho-
tel. 1C77 Collins Ave., Sunday at
X p.m.
The event, which will be hosted '
by Mr. an '. Mrs. Murry Koretzky.
patron members of the temple, is
open to men and women ages 21
to 39.
The Young Singles, organized in
April of 1972, meets regularly at
T. mpic Emanu-El for cultural and
social programs.
Martin LLstowsky of the temple
staff directs activities.

THE < I'RRENT pn tion is
decadi
ill e '.
lies will be in I
A
their out' jeans.
' is liki mat "i
students in thi
... sten > dm a 'straight"
me.
The students t of
the elit.' and st te u i.ersities
j are more llkel n a m w
: culttm etei less
i with s cl ser to
what the nlel Yan-
-.
n natui alisn T
to live to thi
n al mai -
l-like
!iv n ; ij i] ing to cai e
.' it king on an :
artisans, simplifying then
itei evet
while they work political!)
'v. Ith n the system."
BIT THE root h stion re-
mains. What was it that went
wrong?
Surprisingly for an irreverent
generation, the answer seen- to
lie in the area ol religion. When
science and technology wore
a.wiv the protective strata ol
traditional religion, the older
culture crumbled. The new reli-
gious movement the "Jesus
freaks." the new mysticism and
occultism, the vogue of Oriental
religions, the practice of medi-
tation and transpersonal disci-
pline-, the drug mystique all
attest to a search again for the
wonder and mystery of life.
It would be a rich jest of his-
torj if the "greening"' of Amer-
ica turned out to be a quest for
a repair and a renewal of the
broken religious connection.
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+Jeivi$ti nurikMan
Page 7-i
Agudath Israel Legislative Commission
Maps Far-Reaching Program For Season
"A far-rcachinc program seek-
ing: new approaches to represent
Torah Interests before legislative
parties nnd government agencies
on federal and local levels has now
ln'cn mapped by the Commission
ori Legislation and Civil Action of
Agudath Israel of America,"
Kabi i Mcnachem Shayovich, na-
tional chairman, has announced.
"The American Agudath Israel
organization has for the past 50
years pioneered in the field of re-
presenting Orthodox Jewish inter-
ests in legislative matters," Rabbi
Shayovich added.
The major thrust of the new
plans of Agudath Israel's Legis-
lative Commission will lx> in the
ares of government aid to non-
public education. "Despite several
Indicia! setbacks since the June
28, 1971 decision of the United
Slates Supreme Court, we arc
confident that the new mood in
this country favoring government
assistance to non-public school
parents and children will ulti-
mately result in massive assist-
ance programs which will bo up-
held as constitutional," Rabbi
Shayovich declared.
The Legislative Commission has
also presented statements to the
conventions of the Democratic
and Republican parties supporting
ihe drive for federal income tax
redits for non-public school par-
ents, which is spearheaded by
C.R.E.D.I.T., the national agency
.haired by Rabbi Moshe Sherer,
i xocutlve president of Agudath Is-
rael of America.
Rabbi Shayovich issued a so-
cial proclamation calling u|M>n
Orthodox Jews throughout the
nation "to be constantly on the
alert to all developments in their
local, city and state legislative
parties which may affect the in-
terests of the Orthodox Jewish
community, and to report any
news in this area to the head-
quarters of Agudath Israel's Le-
gislative Commission at 5 Beck-
man St., New York City." -
Edwin Simon Will
Head National
Staff Association
Edwin Simon of New York has
been elected president ef the Na-
tional staff Association of the
B'nai B'rith Youth Organization.
M>. s iDun. BBYO area director
lor New York, New Kngland and
eastern Canada, succeeds Morris
Neirlck of Chicago, Midwest area
director, for a one-year term as
head of ihe gioup established to
promote the professional interests
if BBYO professional workers.
Mr. Simon joined i:e BBYO
-tail in 1954 as an assistant di
ector in Boston, later becoming
director for the Long Island area.
He has lieen in his present position
for six years.
Talmud Torah At
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Ohcv Shalom Congregation. 7055
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history an related subjects.
Further information may be >c-
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Rabbi M. Eisendrath
President 01 WUPJ
Rabbi Maurice N. KLsendrath of
New York City was elected the
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Fridcr. Angus* 4. 1972
12 DAYS ABROAD WITH PRESIDED StXOV
pinions On Future Varied
Israel Internal'! Information Council
Appoints Rubin R. Dobin as Chairman
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tide* the Bovfettorha H nd the Birobidzhan Star,
is about a-. InterHag to
tusftlan or I Urainian urban-
Jew as sai an A lank an
|tv newspaper uonlrl he t'.
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fj'i'Msii i:intr roks in Yiddish by aut
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tritlat -. : mrsrd baa not \t
%arr**4'd. "B*e m-..-- trouoi*
t, k--;> tk'-rn 'turn to T'! th*m
away." -aid *^-rn i-'irr*-
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ar< allowed to -:iii*rI-.
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mfart"
on the I -* ire of er Vid
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in Ru : spe-
:- i manner typical of many
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to be avoided, Mr Vi
re nnded -*-ith a question
"What." he asked, "will ha
to *h'- Je-A-s in the Vl
Statei?"
A Jewish eorr'-spondent for
an American newsjiaper who
bitztng on h<- oonveraa-
tion interjected "as-i-r.ilation"
Mr Vergelii voiced agreement
Tn<- erne thhlflj here." he said.
I-at<-r h<- contradicted bimaetf.
' As-imila'ion in the Soviet
In ion won't be like In the
1 nited States." naid Mr. Ver-
eelis. whose two daughters, ac-'l
'l\ and II. do not speak Yiddish.
"There are processes that are not
se-n but felt with Jews.
"Every 50 years the question
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contii I bj bj ootimist When
I -a' .. ell h no'
Israel '''-. not I
a v. I II H ire Yiddish cul-
ture i" -in. Woi'.'
i- without Inte
Thi :. om a democratic
""'/mmijnisti f>r'jcess which is
without relijrion," he said.
Mr Vergelfa described Israel
as a free country" and also de-
clared "a Jewish state it mast
be natura
Now in hi< mi'-oOs. Mr Ver-
gelfa aid thai he was taken as
a child of five or six to Biro-
M Izl an He waa a cowherd'T
< -i -., poei .'- the au-
The Little Golden
' a Yuri Iif and E ne
Pi trol II ':.' reading of
'i otationf from 'hit booh |
lirtu I in 1932, and particularly
the line fewa we ha'." b'it no
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L August 4, 1972
+Ja*ltlh lb,H, ,r
Paae 9-A
fear-Long Series Of Events Will
lark Israel's 25th Anniversary
tor-long scries of community
will mark the State of l.s-
?5th anniversary. A variety
/ities has been planned hy
nittee made up of both lay
irofesslonal representatives
ntbiued from Pajfe 1-A
It is not Kim.-in what causes
this I'M-cssivp prmluetinn. but It
even found that the int ro-
of M(il causes u'Mte
to mature and hence slows
their rate of mtiltiulica-
rto'
Ii
in
jJioiiKh tests have not yet
[conducted on human he-
[tc-ts have ben successful-
it rolling blood cancer in
From many of Dade County's Jew-
ish organizations and institutions.
A parade, musical programs hy
Miami's youths and a number of
informal campfire gatherings in
parks around the county will pre-
cede a rally during which the com-
nunity will be presented with a
orch lighted by the President oi
Israel.
The community-wide committee
is seeking the sponsorship of
very Jewish organization and in-
Itltution in the area. The infor-
mal committee, now meeting un-
der the temimrary chairmanship
Of Mrs. Mike Sumberg, already
represents more than 20 of these
organizations.
Miles P. Bunder. Yodh Director
| of Temple Beth Torah, has ac- I
I cepted the chairmanship of the j
ub commit t which is planning
i ihe parade. Mrs. Zipora Wiener ,
! will coordinate the campfire pro-
' grams.
Overall res- onsib'lity for staff
\ coord'nation has been assigned to
| Vivian Becker of the YM-YWHA.
t Aryeh Rockach of the American
Zionist Youth Foundation will act
as consultant.
A meeting of the overall com-
mittee will be hell at the Greater
I Miami Jewish Federation. 4200
i Biscayne Blvd.. Friday at 11 a.m.
I Representatives of organizat'ons
I interested in attending this mect-
! ing should call Vivian Becker at
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J he rCaioi OotCMI j"rom Jhe j-^iilpit
Countdown for a New Year
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e#vices
Rabbi Schiff
By i: m-.i-.i soi.omon SCHDT
Director,
Community Chaplaincy Service
With the blessing or the month
(.: Klul this Sabbath, w \ -in the I
countdown for the launching of
a new year, We
,r proa li this
launching with
th<" tame con-
fidence and op-
tlm as i the
lists at
I'.itx Kenned}.
If the new year
- to neet with
sue K -<. we must
ul lize th few
- for i val la-
!i in an i resolu-
tio l, ii.dividual
and collective. Analyzing the state
I idai-7ii in our day. we find
much to Ik* desired in this area
which should evoke our sinceresl
conn rn.
i
Our sages relate, "A flute was'
used in the Temple. Made of a!
si nple :.-. II .. ,i. its tone was
pwcet and ii ar. The king or : >r< I
th< reed covered with gold; there
thi ame flat and
distorted The king then on* r l
the gold removed, a-, the sound!
was once again pleasant."
For centurit we've had a beau-
tiful instrument Judaism. This
a- a i>lain. unadorned instrument,
whose sweet nnrl mire notes re-!
sounded In Jewish hearts and
spirit, (lUing them with warmth
ai l purpose. In recent times.
we've gilded this instrument, to|
make it more attractive and fash- j
ionable. In our stress ii|>on the
outer edifice, we've lost sight of I
the inner eminence. The divinity
took a hack seat to "decorum."
Sat..iiiy became second best to
sociability.
The result has been an off-key
instrument, whose flat tones fail to
rtrike a responsive chord within
its audience. The Jew today seek-
ing the warmth of Jewish inspira-
tion, finds instead the magnifi-
cence ot cold concr ite,
The situation is comparable to
the nan who kept getting the
report day after day from
his i ling wife's doctor, "She'- im-
iroving.'1 One day as he aske:'
ih doctor as usual "How's my
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vifc died In resnonse to a friend's
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between religion and the religion
of our fathers is purely accidental.
Lei us. during this ttioucht-pro-
voking Si a-on, reflect o% our col-
'ective position. We must remove
thai outer glitter/if we are to bring
back the sweet sound of our age-
lesx Instrument, We must allow
Its soul-stirring strains to pene-
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spiritual elevation we need so
badly in these trying times.
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of spiritual peace and per.-onal
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SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
R'Ai
"B.'hold I set before you this day a blessing and a curse
fChapters XI, 26. XVI. 17)
ISRAEL'S CHOICE: Israel, continued Moses was faced with
the choice o. Messing if they observed God's commands, or curse
if they rejected them. When they entered the Promise.' Land a
< remony would be held on the mountains of Gerizim and Ebal at
which the "bVs-ing" and the 'curse" would be pronounced.
LAW OF A CENTRAL SANCTUARY: Moses now turned to
Ihe exposition ol a number of religious, civil and social laws which
were to control the daily life of Israel in the Promised Land. He
dealt first with the principal or centralized worship, which was
directed against the idolatrous practice of erecting shrines on
mountain, hill and under every green tree."
CRIME OF IDOLATRY: The Israelis, declared Moses, .should
beware of imitating the hideous rites of the Canaanites. which
included child sacrifice to their Gods. The false prophet who at-
tempted to entice them to worship idols, or indeed any tempter
even a member ol one's own family- was to be put to death.
All the inhabitants of a city who, after investigation, were con-
victed of idol worship were also to be put to death and the city
and its contents utterly destroyed by fire. No one was to follow
the heathen practice of gashing himself or shaving his head as a
sign of mourning for the dead.
DIETARY LAWS AND TITHES: As a holy people, Israel
was to refrain from eating any abominable thing. Moses therefore
repeated and expounde.' the dietary laws given previously at
Sinai. The coirrmand was also given that a second tithe, consisting
of the tenth part of the annual produce of the soil including corn,
wine and: oil, was to be brought by every Israelite to the cen-
tral sanctuary and consumed there. The Israelite who lived too
far away and found it impossible to carry the lithe with him could
realize Its value in money, puchase food at the sanctuary and
enjoy a festive meal with the members of his househol.' an.i the
Levites. At the end of each year, ibis tithe, instead of being
brought to the sanctuary, was to be devoted to the relief of the
poor and the Levite at home.
THE THREE PILGRIM FESTIVALS: In amplifying the
jaws relating to the Feast of Passover, the Feast of the Weeks
and the Feast of Tabernacles, M ses emphasized that three times
a year every male was to make a pilgrimage to the central sanc-
tuary, where prescribed religious ceremonies were to be per-
formed.
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
What is the formula which is
recited before the ifeinting of
the Ki.lilnsh publicly?
In Hebrew the formula reads
"Sabrey Maran. Verabanan. Vera-
botai." Technically translated it
means "Take note for under-
stand! ye sirs, my teachers, my
rabbis, etc. The Scphardic (Men-
tal Jews proclaim "B'Siman Tov,
Sabrey Maranan" which means
"For a Good Omen take note (or
understand) sirs." Many trace
Ibis custom back to the practice
which is described in the Talmud
iSanhedrin 4.'ia> where it is told
that one who was condemned to
capital punishment of death would
be given wine to drink before his
execution to calm him or bolster
his spirits. The one who takes up
I a cup of wine in public for the
j recitation of the Kiddush thus
holds up ihe cup and. more or
| less, proclaims that this cup of
wine should be understood to be
one for the living and not the cup
of fatality. Some say he holds it
up with a question "Sirs, etc., do
you understand what this cup is
for?" They answer "L'Chayyim"
for life. (See Midrash Tan-
Chuma. Pekude 2). Medieval com-
mentaries ic.g. Abudraham) claim
that this expression is one where !
one asks permission to drink first
from the cup which he is holding,
others (Shulchan Aruch, Orach
Chayyim 174:8) claim that this
expression is used to get those
around him to pay attention so
that they can answer "Amen" af-
ter the benediction, and so that
the Kiddush will apply to all those
present, so that the others will not
be obligated to chant another Kid-
dush on heir own.
What is the derivation or the
name "Segul?"
Many claim that this name was
originally used to designate that
its bearer was a Levite (from the
priestly tribe of Levi). When Jews
were compelled to take last
names, Invites chose this name
which was an abbreviation of
their distinctive role. The expres-
sion is an abbreviation for "S'gan
L'Cohen" which means "one who
assists the Cohen," or "one who
is second (in distinction! to a
Kohen." Some contend that the
expression is an abbreviation for
"Segulah La-shem" which refers
t" a Levite as being "chosen for
(the service I of God."
(o, 1972, Jewish Telegraphic Aswncyi
1972 Registration
For Tiny Tots At
Beth Torah Opens
Programs geared for the indi-
vidual child, with attention given
i to both secular and religious as-
pects of education, are being pre-
pared by Beth Torah pre-school
and klhc'ergarten for this coming
September.
Under the director of Rose!
; Comm, pre-school supervisor, reg-l
1st ration is open to both congre-|
gal ion members and non-members.
Pre-school and kindergarten
hours are 9 to 12 a.m. with an
afternoon program (optional I
available four afternoons a week.
Monday through Thursday.
School is oimmi to children ages
2's through 5 years of age, and
is under the direction of special-
ists in pre-school education.
Registration is presently in prog- i
less; details as to tuition an.-1.other :
information may be obtained by
calling the school office at Beth j
Torah Congregation. School ses-
sion begins Tuesday, Sept. 5.
^W*M^MWXMVWWW
MIAMI
, A H A V A T SHALOrt CONGREGA.
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodon
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1

ANSHE EMES i5i3 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowita 2
' -------- -
| BETH AM (TEMPLE) 5950 N. Ken-
dall Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard 3
Friday R:30 p.m. William Baron, mem-
ber "f ili* temple board of director*,
will lead ih* ronsxesatlon In prayer,
rliyron 8 Cherkaa, paal president >.f
tin* congregation, "ill apeak on '"Doep
ih. Ilualneas Community Have ;>
i;.....i Side?"
BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
NER TAMID (Tempie). 80th S.
Tatom Waterway. ConMl
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Ca73
ward Klein. *-"*|
Cantor William W. Lipson
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi H. Rothman 5
e
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Leon Segal 6
-
' BETH TOV (Temple) 64i8 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Cantor Seymour
' Hinkes 8
--------
ISRAEL (Temple) OP GREATER
Miami. 137 NE 19th street. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 10
- ----
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Paul J.
Bender. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
--------
OR OLOM (Temple) 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Cantor Yehouda
Binyamin. 13
---- ---
TIFEHETH tsr.AEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice I
Klein. 14 !
Friday R:1S p.m Rabbi Klein will
apeak <.ii the growing number nf
conservative synagogues who are
counting women for the "Minvnh "
Saturday : a.m. Sermon: Put
Choice."
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ZION (Temple) 8000 Miller Rd. Con.
Cantor Errol Helfman.
servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
..... 16
l rlduy h p.m s. rmnn: "Hi m Htj in
Religion Saturday : a.m. Sedrali of
ihe week.
HIAUAH
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 95' E.
4th Ave. Conservative. Rarj.bi Na.
than Zolondek. 15
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. 2225
NE 125th St. Conservative. Rabbi ,
Joseph Gorfinkel. Cantor Ben Zion
Kirschenbaum. 35
Saturday morning. i:.,i h| 1 .j
and Cantor Klein will ,
pulpit. Sermon: "What 1 1
'mm Ui-ienjng t" Y..1, ,K T. ]|1
OHEV SHALOM"* 7055 Bon,-..
Orthodox. Rabbi Phmej. ZA
man. "^
SEPHARDIC JEWISH ~ CENTS!
Collins Ave. Rabbi badi \ji,r
CONGREGATION ETZ CMAhvl
44 Washington Ave. Rate, J
Groner.
---- -
NORTH BAY VILLACE
CENTER. 1720 79th Street,
way, North Bay Villac; Ct-J
tive. Rabbi Philip Fritc
NORTH MIAMI BltCH
ADATH YESHURUN |T| >u
NE Miami Gardens D- Cci*
tive. Rabbi Milton Sc <
tor Nathaniel Schub.
BETH TORAH. NE 16-:- $. ,.
Ave. Conservative. Rat '.'.
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renter.
-----
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 S .-. )>
Conservative. Rabbi C-anei 1
Cantor Jack Lerner.
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SINAI (Temple) of NC'H
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. I
Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor 1
Shulkes.
Friday 8:13 p m. Rahhl K
has returned from va :.
duct the aervicea. Saturd. -.
Sermon: "Torah Portion :
--------
SKY LAKE SYNAGOCI.E f;
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rat;. Jew
Caplan.
----
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GRB*
MIAMI. 190 NE 171st S:. Crtii;
Rabbi Naftali Porush.
---- -
C0KAI CAHLtS
JUDEA (Temple). 5500 G-.-.di
Reform. Rabbi Morris s pper,
----
ZAMORA (Temple). 44 Zamon
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwt
Berger.
----
SURfSIDE
MOGAN DAVID COHCcEC.f%
9293 Harding Ave.. Su-5 rt- %
Hall, Orthodox. Rabbi 1(11 C
MIAMI BEACH
AG,U."2AJH 'SfAEL 7801 Carlyle Ave. '
Orthodox.
17
B|THk'S^AEL 77 40,n St' Orthodox.
Rabbi Berel Wein. -8
BnT.H -JAC2B 301 "Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir.
ay. Cantor Maurice Mamches 19
BETH RAPHAEL "(Temple). 1545 Jef.
ferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
BETH SHOLOM (Temple). 144 Cha 1
A:ninL'^ra|i J?abbi Leon Kroniih"
Cantor David Conviser 21
BEJHm TF'LAH._935~Euelid Ave. Or. '
thodox. R.bb< Joseph t. Hackov-
y 22
BEfT^,YO,fEPM CHAIM CONGREGA-
TION, 843 Meridian Avenue. 22-A
C^B.ANw.He?ReW*CONGREGATION.
nVhh .vY,an'n0'on Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig. 23
eHi& sephard'cThebrewcon.
"ftJ"OW. 715 waahinotin Ave-
Kfj M,fm' 5een- Rabb. Me.r Mas.
Han Melamed. 23-A
E to^NAUJ.EL- (TemP'K_1701 Washing.
Lehrmf; Cn"rvai,ve- Rabt>' Irving
..". Cantor Zvi Adler. 24
Saturday 9 a.m. Dr. Umrman. who
has just returned from Israel Vi
Mltsvah: .Mos,s. son f Mr. anU Sirs
Abraham Flahbotm. "
HEBREW ACAr3E,MYT 2400 Pinetree
Drr'8;Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander %
CONG AN.NELL (Branch of Hebrew
Academy). 7th St and Merid.an
Atu!.,0rth0d0X' RabDi Abraham Ben
H",el' ___#____ 25-A
JASYlBAr.C^,,HEN COMMUNITY
lv^ ^GuU5' 1532 Washington
Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H
Stern. Cantor Meyer Engel. 26
KE.!EJH '^WSJ^Wl Euclid Ave.
e!2l2505v 1abbi David Lenrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif. 27
MENORAH (Temple). 620 75th St.
^hTr'".'' R.abbi Maver Abram.
owita. Cantor N.co Feldman. 2
FORT LAUDlRDt.i
BETH ISRAEL (Temple 541 E *k"i
land Park Blvd. Rabb A.-va 'rja
liant. Cantor Maurice Ktu.
---------
EMANUEL., 3245 W. Oakland *
Blvd. (Reform). Rabt '-t-.-
Abrams. Cantor Jerome KtemH '
--------
P0MPAH0 UACH
SHOLOM (Temple). 132 SE 11th hC
Conservative. Rabbi Mor- A. im
Cantor Jacob J. Renzer.
MARGATE JEWISH
NW 9th St.
CEVER
HAUANDAll
HALLANDALE JEWISH CEv
Cantor Rev. Jacob Ds*i per.
NE. 1st Ae.
--------
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (Temple). 135' S i4th
Reform. Rabbi Samuel .a"t.
Friday S:1S p.m. Judgi rl
Abram, j>;ist nfoaldent, -..I r"-'1
the Hervleoa, Mrs. Abi 1
tin Sabbath tapers. Mir 1 pa'
Will he recited at th? ..- 1
the service.
BETH SHALo"-(Tempie -?2 "'
roe St. Conservative. Farti Hf
Malavsky. Cantor Irving .' c: '
SINAI (Temple). 1201 c --.so" -
Conservative. Rabbi D-f ShK'
Cantor Yehuda Heilbrsk-.
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (Temple). 6920 SW 35* *'
Conservative. Rabbi Avont B'v
Cantor Abraham Koite.
This page is prepared -*
cooperation with t! r GrMtf
Mitmi Rabbinical A**ooaf>S.
Coordinator of the lettutf
appearing here t'f
RABBI MAXWELL BERGS
Spiritiw! Leide' 1 / \
Temple Zomera
Carol Cablet
V'
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Aug. 1; Ch. 4, 8:30 a.m. The First Estate
Host: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
A.i. 6 Ch. 10. 9:.-{0 a.m. The Jewish Worship H.
Host: Rahbi Avrom Drazin, Temple Is:-ai, Mhwnsf
Aug. 0 Ch. 7, 10 a.m. The Still Shall Voice
Host: Rabbi Max A. Lipschits, Beth Tora*i
Congregation
Topic: "The Month of Elul"
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[tugene Labovitz, spiritual leader of Temple Ner Tamid,
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+Jmist fhMiMan
Friday. August 4
'3-1
This Week In History...
10 Years Ako Thh Week: iw:
With government subsidies and
controls removed, Israeli bread
prices rose 95 percent.
Dr. Natan Aronovich Yavliajfcy,
prominent Jewish nuclear scient-
ist of Moscow, died.
Georpe Lincoln Rockwell got in-
to h'ngland despite a ban as "un-
dasirable." but was arreste
*4L
so\
Continued From Page 4-A
f' r '. it with a great pin, re-
marking: "Well, Joe, how will
Cormne like that"
Conine, it should > explain?'.
i- this reporte: mot ler, an
old friend and distant relation
o the Pn rid -nt'i It that dls-
time sh> R -
p lican town chairman if Avon
Conn. The sliver of t'cker copy
sh wed that Avon, a.ways rock-
ed Republican, h.ti gone
Den '> a big ma jot I
INQ11BV rby the pay tel -
;. i me that 'he i ven kept in the front hall I r -
d 'hat Avon's ntin
Italian voters had changed par-
ties to the last rran and woman.
Bit the town chairman of Avxi
hid h' r own BUCe"SS, She hal
preached ticket-splitting a' d hs I
thi eby elected the Rei'tb'ican
nominee to the state le i 'ntt-
h. the midst of the Roosev ;
Ian Islidc.
The little story from the i -
mote past ha1 more thai one
knd of point, if you rrflect ito-
oi The Italian voters, for in-
ance, have ben mainstay of
tl Democratic Party In a w*o1"
series of key states from WW
u itil fust the other <'v. Bui a
leading Connecticut w>'es loin'
now fears thai ~~>'' of the -V"'-
Italian vote will go to Richar'
M. Nixon instead of Gso
Mel iovern.
THE SAME treiH i- c'-a-lv
strong among the Irish, s
and other "ethnic" vo*er* who
Used to ennstitute one of the
dm i powerful ;m I so''d win*
oi the Roosevelt coalition. In
'i respect, in fa'-', as in s->
n.any others, President Roose-
velt's handiwork has pretty
I dy be"n undone.
That ticket-splittinq In A on
ir the greatest Roos**v It year
a deserves a passing thought.
Mayor Richard Da'-'V is far
from being the only Democratic
|i idi r with much local newer
m h< gone ho"v with no
fall' -i intention of he'pln" ^**n
McGovern reach the White
House.
NOTE. TOO. that b" -
Daley-trotihln ;-i r"i -.--.i the""
i'- httsino '-oubie i" TWroI' :>- '
J- wi! 'i ''-a!" etion i'i N Y '
'I hti'" ;""! :<' >.;- i.; ..
city ma jorities of the R i '
era are anothe~ ass i of th
i lemocratl Party thai now
now b<- in peril.
In short. Sen Mcf!o--n
h. supoorters have t>HiH n
campaign that Je>ives th 'i"1'-
e.-' admiration for :'s boldnp*
hi Wdnesi and cn'ri ci"!-"""
a^ well a; its obvious success
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Education of a
instructed ail hist arjr t2..-r.T--s and
history text took n-riteis bo ex-
plain to public sckaxaVsnaiasBBi tn*
history of the Nazi e. I a an e e-
, tnent of democ.acys struggle
against totaUtariauisui "Glorifica-
tion of war an-i totai.taiijnis.r.'
ai;1 he forbid.:- .-.
Sen Kenneth B. Keating "P..
N.Y.I urged a I'.N. investigation
of human rights in the l'.S.S.P...
where anti-.~emi;isrr. was "a deli-
berate act on the part of the Com-
m nist central government to find
sca;.eRoats for an economic sys-
tem that is full of flaws."
Premier B e n G u i i o n a^ain
20 3-Year-Olds Named
For Express Handicap
The Sij.oO-J added Express
Handicap, a dash for three-year-
dds and ol veekend program at Calder Race
''. rse. Twent leedsters have
been named to contest this six
furlong feat ire which will be run
Safirda .-. Aw. o.
Musica1 entertainment will be
on the s.n.ida. fare th < week
Phil Napoleon and his five-man
Dixie Land aggregation will be in
front of the grandstand from 1:15
on Post time for the races at
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afternoon. T les a and S indays
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tiack.
Films Opening Friday
A mo-': new films opening Fri-
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t'Jenlsti fh>rldFfan
Page 13-A
3-1
letters to the editor
ne
l.K. The Jewish Editor:
that George McGovern is
Irficial Democratic nominee
sident of the United States,
that it is time to appeal to
!k>.Jevys of^SPUth tt/ocidg
insider, calmly and reason-
the lies and distortions thai
been spread about in recent
s regarding his views on 1s-
ml the Mid-East.
McGovern's record has
consistently pro-Israel. It is
that he has opposed a few
ry aid bills, but only because
eir heavy aid to the South-
Asia war. He has supported
j*Hrs. even when they have in-
volve such aid. His views as ex-
preW'-ii in the Congressional Rec-
ord have been consistently pro-Is-
rael; the fact that he has sup-
porti: a Mideast settlement (ne-
gotJ ted only directly between the
par es involved) puts him in line
t*4t| official spokesmen for the
Isri li government. He has sup-
pa*" d unlimited Phantom jet
sale to Israel in the face of
Pre dent Nixon's wavering, and
has 3p|>oscd any imposed-by-the-
big' owers settlements in the face
rf icretary Rogers gallivanting.
IBs true that he has not been
tspokenly hawkish on Israel
n. Jackson, but his statc-
and record are equally ap-
g. In a rare Senate oppor-
to go on record the support
rael. unconnected with other
McGovern announced for
ion to table Sen. Williams'
iment which would have
ided the sending of U.S. mili-
force to assist Israel should
arise. In other words, he op-
the amendment. Nixon's
Senate mouthpiece, Sen. Dole, by
-.be vay, supported it.
Ts condemn Sen. McGovern be-
^'.uae a handful of anti-Israel new-
fttet and extremists have en-
ipned his candidacy is just as un-
(a
iose
fair as to condemn President
I Xixon for drawing support from
Birchen, Minute Men, and the
j like.
Sen. McGovern's support for Is-
' racl i&based not only on iiracuw-
W -'> SoxW ^^nSion^ffMho'
| Mideast, Israel's friendliness to
] the United States, etc. but also
on ideology, namely, his oft-ex-
pressed recognition of Israel's
commitment to democratic ideals
in the midst of an Arab sea of
dictatorships and ''peoples'
states." Nixon's current sup|>ort of
Israel us a fragile thing, motivated
by cold pragmatism only re-
member the waffling over the
Phantoms and the anti-Israeli pos-
ture of Eisenhowcr-Dulles-Nixon
in the 1950's?
I hope that the current
frightening wave of assimiliation-
ist conservatism sweeping through
American Jewry will not blind too
many people to the best interests
of both Israel and their own coun-
try as well come election day.
RICHARD H. ROSICHAN
Miami
Editor The Jrvvish Floridinn:
Your report of the July 23 mass
protest rally on "What is a Jew"
was most fascinating.
The Orthodox Rabbinate and its
followers are exerting every effort
to return us to the 18th Century.
How many Orthodox Jews wear
their Tzitzis on their outer gar-
ments and their Tefillin all day
according to Halacha?
How many Orthodox Rabbis
question how their supporters
earned their money, whether it
comes from Sabbath operated busi-
ness, trading in pork, or from any
other improper source?
How many Orthodox Jews vio-
late a fundamental law by giving
or taking interest?
In how manv Jewish homes will
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Steinberg Named Trustee
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coordinating committee who have begun preparation for
the event. Committee members from left are (seated) Amalia
Febles, YMCA; Miron Gutstein, chairman of the Latin-
American Fiesta Committee (YMHA); Laurel Shapiro
(YMHA); (standing) Antonio Penas, YMCA. and Herb Rubin,
YMHA staff coordinator. The Fiesta will include entertain-
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countries, regional foods and a dominoes tournament.
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Page 14 A
****itf fhrkllar,
Friday. Augur. 4,
DATELINE JERUSALEM By Amos BenVered
The Power Of Habad
"UUK HAVE no trouble
th Ha i i
e i con '-:i a
note, i ons he i M. he
a th Ministry of A
lion for J' and th< touth, told me here, in a
.-''tion of 'h.- development town called Xahlat
I
Nor ha- an difficulty in identify-
ing them once the) ha "' -'1. Kach apartment
-i picture of Rabbi ""
: rson -; ilcher
:: Fi'!.-./ J',-'
\\-.\'\ port on walls
in their Ausi
Ha ab, 01 )l B I' are th. in tia ol H
. Da'at, 1 k
era]
ct i an .' if J
' '

ith his soi '
is I
Ha '
;.. R '
con in I
.
Habadni ei
i nai il h p A
i'H | rabbini :
: zatioi
I
.... i ||
ind th< : il if the
i m
, i i of Israel. Z ilman Sha/ar, ho
V .,l the Habad dyi astj
V Kir; i Malachi call) 'I Mah!a<
Har Ha ely by membi -- ol
L'nder an agreement with 'ho Mil
sect aided with fund* to con-
.nistry. in turn, promised to
> This ha- been done, and
all thi nts m the neighborhood an
by the Hassidim Most of them come from 'h
Asiatic republics ol the U S & R.
Most 'i i Jews are a!-u adherents ol
Habad, because a atl m ago the seel sent
Georgia to instruct the
Judaism.
Yocheve Bruch is a native of Kfar Habad
'.._. : she i- princioal of the school foi
by the Habad ct. Three years ago, whi n
the houses were firs-t set aside for immigrant* : in
ii :r.-\ half a dozen others
bj the i bbe to Kirj at M i
o 'he new i eighbor
re of th
Ihi boys: eo i>rld
; ha and

. the faith Its
pot to j
Thi
... id
with the opera 1
Thi: non-0
- .....
. lu i..''
''.'
.
I ol Habad is pel lasion, ol
c ii cion
i ,. ...
On' film P*IU;
Bv HERBERT G. LUFT
415eggar' To Be Filmed
Ht: PRODI i i: ip to Israel v. hi re h arrai
th
rctu M
filn izal
Eiii Viesel ing novel, "A
r Ji all i to :o iefor Ihc
'.>- in Ihi Hoi. Land late thi
ir .-i ... Id pi cmier und 'r the ..
I Mi ir :ii the 25th anni raa .-. ol
the Stnl ol Isiael n xl '< I" r.
nlaj to tin picture has b wit ten by
Fred I toi tort, the prod
son.
Wie pi litei ai y w ork lias '.....i ne-
cla i 'I ih iirld over bj r I
find their identitj and place in society. "A
Jem alem" deal with the fate ol .'i European
i vho ha [one through the holocaust and the ~'ix-
Day W'ii and reaches Ihi fulfillment ol lifi '< the a .
in Jei where a thousand fervent worshipjiers
i We sugi I il in David Dortort a young film dire; lor
trying l<
lided Visitor," a t riang i tor>
i Nazi war crimii al. N
met a half yea hen he v
' loll} nario to I I. i e You, Ri isa "a
I I tetl in !
Mr Do ni returni ; i thi west coast ju- a
k hi "I' family. It was 14 i
i I Dori i who created w rote and | lui the
i i .: ion, disco cd Dan I llocki r, <
i :her, tiyin to bi eak into thi mo ies
I >da; .....i.' in producer recei\ s hundreds ol con-
ttei ;i- II in had boon th of the Cart-
1 i ,'. ho lia\ iwn to become real people to
ers of "Bonanza.1 Mr, Blocker w i.l not be re-
I raa told; instead. Lo ne
I eal in a forthc iming e| lisode thai the
il -i m" o i h irtv. ights has passi on in a ra i:
I n The producer plans to continue "Bonanza." ai
in a lition oducc theatrical films such as "A Beggai
in Jei i- ilem
(Copyright W7- J< >I. T'l"uni|ihli AKfiny)
BOOK REVIEW
Bv Sevmmir 8. liprimnrt
Essentials Of Judaism
TTlli: CKNTRAL PILLARS ol Jewish cull'ire,
education and the rorcr thai have sustained
Judaism for almost 2,000 years in the Diaspora are
thi Mishnah and the Gemara. I!
mxl..... Jew i h education i-. a li-
asco and lev. i ih temples are i m-
pty, i' is because too many Jews
are d void ha-1. ii in K hi tin ir i.iiili. To '
few lews h.i e heard of and a
mini i iii,. number have :i' tenrti n
11 \ i.i Vlishn lyis and m .i I
i n Shas."
he Hevra Mishnaj studied the Mishnah fllt-
erolly "teaching" or 'repetition.") The Hevra Shass
studied iin Gemara, the commentary on and the
elaboration ol the Mishnah. W. W. Norton v Go.,
in cooperation with B'nal B'rith published The
Miahnah: The Oral TeaoMnga of Jadalam as se-
lected and translated by Reform Rabbi Eugene J,
I.i; man. ($6.95>. The book is only a sampling of
the riches ni the monumental work. The auth r's
elections are Intended to Initiate the uninitiated
Into the role '>i the clank: text in the evolution ol
Jewish law of Judaism in general. The hook is a
worthy and commendable effort and deserves acqui-
>ili .ii.
Rabbi Abraham Milligram's Jewlah Womhip
'.liwi-li Publication Society, $8.501 is a lucid pres-
entation ni the development and contemporary -i'-
dI our liturgy. The Siddur contains ioI
onlj excerpts from the TaN'aCh but also pi presents
ihe sjiii itual hist iry ol the Jew ish people. To ui
stand our prayers and to gain insights into ih
background ol our services, this book i- .< "siao cjuu
nun."
The author was mj s] iril al and intellect i
m i tin' manj > ai a ro hi n hi held no ;iulpil
devoted himsell to Ji wish edu ation, Hi
' h fellow ;i ii, iii. devout di dieation and
"ahavas Y/isroel" shine through the pages if his
book as lliej did when one met him, He was and
' ii in the "' i in.il .-.use of the word ;
teachei'
Rebirth bj Dvorah Omer (Jewish Publication
Society, $2.95i is the story of Eliezer Ben-Yehu lah
and hi- contributions to the popularization and
modernization of Hebrew. It is a Covenant book
and is intended for teen-agers. The Israeli author i.
a prolific writer ol children's honk. The original
edition was in Hebrew and was translated into
English by Ruth Rasnic.
ISRAEL NEWSLETTER
y Carl Alt
Who Leads-the People]
Or The Govermed
Come DAY tiik Israel government ,
make a ri> cisi :th respect to borfer< I
neighbors and the terms for a true p. a
neighbors. Whatever thai
may >>e. it will havi to
]i. backing oi' the ;. .
ail or it will not staid ..
ii- an oft-repeated
here: Do- < the governm
iae| make a decision
seek to convince the p
wisdom? Or does the
people "cpri ss If
the gmernment to follow its lead?
H i- thi government to determii
of thi pie? Vro if' tun
lei if electronic amplificatioi
--I that a handful ca
nds tike the i '. .- .
' .-.'! v hen i- .-
y facing the
: to national rel
pro;)?
true den
.. talk
. .... :' i nly a j
: vas very si
t. In 1971
Deha iked
pi ; the got en m -nt i
return territory ii
e. Id rcfei ndu n b hi Ii;
re- u! t: 54.4
.. -v Thi re was
i- that th
f.-i'.in ilicj on
that sou ;i'
lie was against anj v. ithdi
j lecisi in sei ms to ha
in the mrai hen tlie
A'iui.1 dare put its ..
ity w hich ed irate wo il '
Manj believi thai the reason why prnlin
;i> in. up half the Sina
ii so oth .' form, were qui
I at leasl publi ;I; Ii stead, the ofl
poll ;' ep.unclal I I
i Strip: 1
Bt >.
In '' cii doves a
' by reprosi
th ij an l the Knesset must mak thi
Li annot be h Id on issues ol i
':.. :a i the lie an not be
idcnn nt. Thi i i acts on im|
r ho'd refei enc > to the loi
'>
this polil leal i plj thai r
icj is an o itmo led idi to
i" h century and should be replaced bj the
ii n .1 acy ol thi p IVh re the peop e il
have a sufficient voice there i< a tendency pith
apathj or i^i i -volt againsl the establishn ni
i- detached from the ma
Israelis are not politically apathel
the} ure politi all} conservative. They do i
' hi i life-1 ii : oliti al loyalties. But v
do havi strong bi liefs the} are ready '" take ii
bo ricades for such beliefs, even against their
rnment.
Please :" noi consider this liscussion an
:> ii emic exi rcise Ii gets to the ver} rool o
i lecision and political position which innj b
th" future of Israel,
u:t<
all
. i
or
l
:onI
Panorama
By DAVID SCHWA* ,S
Prophecy Fulfilled
QM-: in-- Theodore Herzl's firsl and strongesi s '
i rs ".i- a Christian clergyman who saw in th '
movement a fulfillment of Biblical phopheej
calculated that Jewish lil i ratii
be [in with the year 1897, lh
w hich He zl convened I
: Congress. Il was this c!ei ;
mo I Ii ; ossible for Heral lo
i he i iermon Kaisei and the
Wales interviews which
/inn,-i movement world attenl
There is a good deal of talk i't
eastern papers about the Jewish vote. If tin re U '<
vote, how come New York with the most Jews. In-
elected a Jew as mayor? How come the first mav
Buttc, Mont., was a Jew? The only place where yo*i
count on the Jewish vote at least for Jew-
Aviv.
<*"!> rlirlii Hi;:-, jen-lnh TPli|trfi|htr Ktt m.> i
i}2C


August 4. 1972
+Jewtst ncrkn.nr
Page 15-A
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the undersigned, desiring t' engage in
business under the ffctllloua names of
JOSEPH It. Kl'IIINI, M I'.. JOSEPH
it. iti'i!i\r. mil, f.a.c.p. Joseph
K. KIIIIM, M.D.. 1>.A al 1150 N.W.
Hth Sn.....I. .Miami. Fla, intends to
register said name* with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dude County,
Florida.
JOSEPH R. itrmxi. M.D., I-Ail',
Professional Association
Bparbor, Kernel, ltoskin and
Hellbronner. I'.A.
Attorneys for applicant
1"0 N. ltlscuync lluulevard
.Miami. Florida
7 '14-21-88 s 4
NOTICEUNDER
LEGAL NOTICE
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. 7214565
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
THE MARRIAGE OF.
GREER WAKEMAN,
Wife,
and
TO: ROHEUT I. WAKEMAN, II
Husband.
TO: ROBERT WAKEMAN, II
Water Route
Magnolia springs, Alabama
86555
TOC ARK IIERE1IV NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
I riagc has been filed against you and
i you are required to wry,' a ropy of
I your written defenses, if any. to it on
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CHVBN that
the undersigned, desiring; to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
RAJC8T & Friedman at in N w.
lot Avenue. .Miami. I-'la. intends to .
register said name with the Clerk of FRIEDMAN AND IJPCON. attorney
Court of Had,- County,
TNI
ael
3F
Cl
A.
> ""Vl".......'Y^sst-n
Ihe Circuit
Florida.
LAWRENCE S. FRIEDMAN
____________________T/21-38_ a/4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IM HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, clesirina; to engage In
SSSSS!? und*r ,h'* fictitious nnm,, of
ECONO TUCKS at 834 Blaooyne Boul-
evard, Miami. Florida intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Bade County. Florida,
JERRY GRANGER
MAC MERMEI.I,
Attorney for Jcrrv Cranee.r
1^0 SW. Third Avenue
Miami. Florida 33129
7/14-21-88 8/4
a^>TICE OF ACTION
TRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EVfjNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
.ORIOA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
ACTION NO. 72-9106
N FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
e Marriage of
:TI8TA MA8CARELLO,
NOTICE UNDER
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
uie undersigned, deairinr to .n.^,. |n
for Petitioner, whose address it 3737
B.W. Eighth Street, Suite H*, Miami.
Florida 33134. and file the original
wilh the clerk of the a)>ove styled
court on or before Auk. ".',, 1972:
otheruisc a default will be entered
UKUinst you for the relief demanded In
the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be. nubllxhed once
esch week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FIXHtlDTAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami, Florida on this
IS day of July, 1972.
E It. IjEATHBRMAN,
Am Clerk, I'ircuu Court
Ihide County. Florida
Hy: R. MILES
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
FRIEDMAN AND l.IPCON
MITCHELL J. l.IPCON
3737 B.W. th St.. Suite l"'.i
5SSJrt:M rfiL9-:AaT of; M'jsi-"SS.d5J!S8S
JI.TPOKT LAND DEVELOPMENT
CORP. at Miami, Florida intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the t Ircuil Court of Dude Countv.
Florida.
FEIIO LAND CORP.
a Florida corporation
________________ 7'L'l-L'S S '4-11
Attorney for Petitioner
Telephone: 446-fitS5
7'21-3 8,4-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2935 (Blanton)
NOTICE OF PROBATE
In RE: Cstnte of
F.STr.l i.e s. ALTBCHVLL
lie. eased.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
Tii AI.I. PERSONS INTERESTED
IN THE ESTATE OF SAID DECE-
DENT:
You are hereby notified that a
writlen instrument purporting; to be
the last will ami testament of said
decedent has been admitted lo pro-
bate should not stand unrevoked
commanded within nix calendar
months from the dale of the first
publication of this notice to appear In
said Court and show c:iuse. if any
you can, why the action of said
Court in admiltinc said will lo pro-
bate should noo| stand unrevoked.
NELSON & FEI.DMAN. P.A.
Attorney
113.", Kane Concourse
Miami Beach. Fia. :i:!i.".(
Telephone: 866-5714
By: a' T. R. Nelson
JOHN R. HI-ANTON
County .'Hi .
By CORNELL RORINSON
"eric
First publication of this notice
the 14 day of July 1971
C. J. SEAL
7.'14-"I-28 8/4
on
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-3399
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
IjOI'18 BCHREII1ER
Deceased.
To All Creditor* and All Persons Hav-
hia: Claims or Demands Aitalnst Raid
Estate:
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY. NO. 72-14020
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
AI.HBRT OOl.D <
Husband, Petitioner
and <
l.'fiSI.YN nOI.D
Wife. Respondent
TO: ROBJ.VN OOI H
144 South Maul. Avenue
Rldaewood. New .lersev
You, Ri'SI.YN noi.ti are hereby
notified that a bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed ai.-alll.sl you.
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Kill of Complaint on the Plaintiff-*
attorney. Arlbur II. Heaa, 11711 Bis-
cay ne l:,,u!cv:u-il North .Miami. Flor-
ida 88141 and file the oriKinul An-
swer or pleadlnR in the oftice or the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be-
fore the IS day of AUK. Wit. If you
fall to do so. judKinent by dclault
will be taken against ynu for the re-
lief demanded hi the Hill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published ouce
each week for four consecutive wcclta
In THE JEWISH FU'RIHIAN.
DONE AND ORDHRED at Miami.
Florida, this II dav of Julv. AD.
197:'.
E It. I.EATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. I>ade CoUnly, Florida
By: R M KIS8EK
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal,
AHTIHlt H HESS i
11711 Biscayne RoUleVOrd
North Miami, Florida
Attorney lor Plaintiff
__________________________ 7/14-81-28 s 4
NOTICE UNDER"
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CHVEN that
the undersigned, dealrin* to enaiuje In
bu- mess under the fictltioua name of
Ronald I.. Davta and Carol Ann
I Davis, d/b/a Stephen Wayne Apart-
an
>A !
MASCAREI.I-O.
BACTI8TA MA8CARB1 LO
ra 20
(inent No. 106
7. D.F.
IRE BEREBY NOTIFIED
im t^^9.TJ.CE OF ACTION
I lKJLlfi?U.!T COURT OF THT
L5VENTH JLIDtCtAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
72-1452S
Petition For Dissolution
Of Marriage
I.\ RE: The Marriage Of Francisco
Alyares, Husband, and .Maria Alraret,
>\ ife.
Blioii for Dissolution of Mar- j TO: Maria Alvarez
rth-
been filed llKUinst you and
quired to serve, a copy of
,-n defenses. If any. to It
,Y CRISTOIu. ntloruey for
vi hose address is 81 North-
Avenue. Miami, Florida
file the original wilh the
the above styled court on
Auk. *J.", 1972, Otherwlae a
ill lie entered .iKiilnst you
1 i.-1 demanded in the com-
lilloil.
Itice shall be published once
for four conaecutlvc
, ;>b Floridian.
[SS my hand and ihe aeal
iurl at Miami. Florida on
..I July, 1!72.
II. I.EATHERMAN.
Iterk, Circuit Courl
id,- County, Florida
liv R. MII.ES
As Deputy Clerk
in t Seal >
RS OF
IIS'I'I ll.
l-'ilsl Al ,-IIUe
III 38131
petitioner
T 81.28 8 4-H
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ban
and
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Hltloner
313 N. I.'nlon Avenue. Apt. 2
L41K Angeles, California 90O3t!
Tou, Maria Alvarez, are hereby no-
tified that a Petition for Dissolution
of Marriage has been filed aeninst ,
you. and you are required to serve a I
opy of your Answer or Pleodltut to
tlie. Petition on the HushandV at- '
lorney, Max A. Ooldforb. 414 liis-
coyne Building, Miami, Florida 38180
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing In the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the :::
weeks i day of Auk.. 178. If you fail lo do so,
judgment by default will be taken
ogainal you for the relief demanded
in the Hill of Comnlalnt.
This notice ahall be published once
each week for four conaecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH Fl.ORIDIAN.
in IN I: AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 1^ dav of Julv A D 1972
E R. I.EATI1ER.MAN. Clerk
i Ircuil Court. Dnde County, Florida
By: R. M. KI88EE
I'enlll.l Clerk
ii 'ircuit Courl Heal)
Max A. Ooldfnrli
III lllacayne nuikling, Miami. Fla,
38180
Attorney for Plaintiff
______7 81-28 8 1-11
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 Mailer of
Adoption of minor child
by stepfather.
MALCOLM IRA BTEEN,
Petitioner
TO: MB. BENJAMIN SCO LA
7'" Broadway
Newark. New Jersey
Yi il". BENJAMIN Sci'I.A. are here-
by notified that a Petition for Adop-
I lion of your minor child has been
fll.d ogainal you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your an-
, sw.-r or pleading t" Uie Petition for
\doption on the Petitioners attorney,
ROBERT II RPRNS, E8QCIRE, SS0
: Lincoln Rd., Miami Reach. Florida anil
file the original answer or pleading In
the office of the Clerk of Ihe Circuit
Court on or before the SS day of Aug-
ust. 1972, If you fail to do so, judg-
ment by default will be taken ngalnal
you for the relief demanded In the
Petition for Adoption
This notice shall be puhllahed nnce
each week for four consecutive Weekl
in the Jeu isb Floridian,
DONE AND ORDERED nl
Hade County. Florida this 18
July. 1!.,^ ^ WEATHERMAN
Clerk. Circuit Court
I >ade County. Florida
by: It E. SHEA
(ClrCUll Court Seall
Robert II Burns, Baqulre
, 3.-.0 Lincoln Rd.
Miami Reach, Fla.
Attorney for Petitioner
81-38 8 t-ll 7 81-8! V'4-11
tice of action
tructive service
jo property)
ircuit court of the
th judicial circuit
jrida. in and for
>ade county,
vction no. 72-14549
for dissolution
>f marriage
,i:i:i.i:r
WHEELER
lit. Wheeler
bu,,- rukuowii
K HEREBY NOTIFIED
on for Dissolution of Mar- I
een filed agalnat you and
tuireil to serve a copy of
II defenses. if any. to it \
K floodroan, attorney for!
riwae addreaa is :''is.s N.W. I
| Miami, Florida, and file
l wilh the clerk of the
1 court on or before Atlg-
Iherwise a default will
against you for the relief
Ihe eomiilainl or petition.
ahall be pubiisbul once
r four conaecutive weeks .
ISII FUJRIDIAN
mv band and Ihe seal
at Miami. Florida on ,
Julv. |78
I RATHERMAN,
rk, Circuit Court
County, Florida
V R Mil ES
Deputy Clerk
Seal)
ClOODMAN
d Sir,-.-i
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-14336
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARUIACE OF
JANICE MARINO
Wife.
and
JOSEPH MARINO.
Huaband.
TO: JOSEPH MARINO
#i Saratoga Street
East Boston. Massachusetts
TOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that im 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 MAX 1*. ENUAl, attorney for Pe-
titioner, whose address is 14'"1 N.W.
10th Avenue. Suite 17-0 "Centre
House." Miami. Florida .::113ii. and
file the original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or before
Aug. tti ls7i; otherwise a default
will be entered ogainal you for the re-
lief demanded in Ihe complaint or
petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the aeal ol
saiil court at Miami, Florida on this
14 day of July. i!'7l'.
E. 11. I.EATHERMAN.
As Clerk, circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By: R. M. KISSER
As Deputy Cbrk
(Circuit Court Seal)
.MAX P. EXCEL
I4ii N.W. li'th Avenue. Suite l,-',
Miami. Florida 33138
Attorney for Petitioner
7 31-88 8 I -11
Courthouse in Ihide County. Florida,
within six calendar months from Up-
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 7 dav
of July, AH 1972.
Sara ('.. Schreiber
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 11 day of Julv. 1972,
SPARBER. ZEMEI.. ROSK1N AND
HEII.RRONNER. I'.A
Attorneys for Executrix
100 N. Riaciiyne Hnulevard
Miami. Florida 83182
7/14-81-38 8/4
in ie raona
7/14-21-81 8 4
Miami,
day of
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ENTON STREET SILVER SPRING, MARYLAND
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF TLORIDA fN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
72-14445
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ix RE: The Marriage of
ARNOLD ROSEN.
Huaband,
and
SHIRLEY Rt'SEN,
TO: SHIRLEY ROSEN
L'".:,-L"- I.l-I Avenue
Little Neck, Flushing.
New York
You. SHIRLEY ROSEN, are hereby
notified that a Rill of Complain! for
Divorce has been filed aKainsI you.
and jrou are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
BUI of Complaint on the Plaintiff's
attorney Paul Kwitney, of KWIT-
NEY ft KROOP, 4'Jii Lincoln Road
Suite 518, Miami Beach, Florida "<''
lib- the original Answer or Pleading
in the office of the Clerk of the
Oinuil t'ourt on or before ihe 28 day
of Aua-uat, 1978. if you fail to do "o.
ludjpnenl by default will be taken
ngninal you for Ihe relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
eaeb week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
DONE! AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, this 17 day of July All 1972.
E B. I.F.ATI1ERMAX. Clerk
Circuit Court, Hade County, Florida
By: It E SHEA
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
PACE KWITNEY. OF
KWITNEY & KROOP
Suite 7.12 420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida 83188
Attorn.-i for Plaintiff
7/81-28 v 4-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 72-13937
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In Re The Marriaue Of:
SARKETTE EUGENIE, Husband
and
HYPRA.MME I.ECRERE El'fiENE.
Wile.
TO: HYI'RAMME I.ECRERE
EUGENE
Residence Ciiknown
YOU ARE HEREBY notified thai
a Petition for Dissolution of .Mar-
riage bus been riled aainst you. and
you are hereby required to .serve a
copy of your answer or other pteud-
mir to Ho- Petition on the HuHband**
attorney, LESTER ROGERS, vvIiohc
address is 1454 N.W, ITib Avenue,
.Miami. Florida ::::il'".. and file the
urlKlnul with the Clerk of the above
styled court on or before ibis Is day
of Aukusi. 1978 or a Default will l-
entered iiKalnal you.
Dated ibis in day of July, 1972
E. IS. LBATHER.WAN
Cl.-rk of the Circuit Court
By: li l: v a \. 11 c.
(Clrcull Courl Seall
7 i4-;i :.". i
that
Mar-
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 I
IN RE: The Manias.....
MICHAEL POLKING.
and
MARIA LOUISA ORTIZ EOLICJXP I
TO: MARIA LOT ISA ORTI/.
Ft IEIONII
442 Santa Barbara
Mexli n City, Mexico
VOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for DlHaolution of Mar- '
riair.- has been filed acainsl you and
you are retiulred lo Nerve a copy of I
lour iviilten defuses, if any, In ii on
tlEORGE B Ail PAS, attorney for Pe-
titioner, ivhoae address is (2u l.ln- |
coin Road, Room 811, Miami I'.ea.b. I
Florida 38189, and file Ihe original i
uiib rhe eb-rk of ihe above styled
court on or before Auuusi S.:. 1972: !
otherwlae a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded In
the complain! or pel Itlon.
This notice shall he published mice
eaell 11 eek for four Con* ecUllve Meelis
lii THE JEWISH IM .OR1HIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal
,.f said courl nl Miami, Florida on
Ibis IL' day of July. lf'TL'.
E. B. I.EATHERMAN.
A- clerk. Circuit Court
Hade County. Florida
By R. E SHEA
As Deputy Cbrk
li ircuit Court S.;'l i
flEt 'IICE SAMPA8
420 Lincoln Road. Room L'l I
Miami Reach. Florida 83138
;-(.....""|",1'"li,i"""r,;1|.:,,.M.|
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undendened, deairlna to enange In
business under the fictitious names ,,f
MIAMI MACHINERY MART. IIIA-
I.EAI1 MACHINERY MART. POWEII
Tool. KNCHANfJE. COMPRESS AIR
ASSOCIATES at ::."'"' N.W. filth
street. Miami, Fla. intends to raffia-
tar said names wilh the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Hade County. Flor-
ida.
MONROE REESE .
7 tl-28 s 4-il
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desirinc to enffltffe In
business under the fi.tilious name of
REDDH CLEANERS al r.ML'l Ponce
I.. 1.1.hi Boulevard, Coral Cables, Fin.
intends to retlster said name wilh
ihe Clerk of the Circuit Curl ol Dad*
County, Florida.
A NEW. INC
a Florida corporation
Morton M Beiffel
Attorney for applicant
5830 VV Flakier St.
Miami. Fl. 88,88 ffofl : |tf
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 Marrlaffa of:
I.OIISE I.A\ IXIA 1ER.VANDER
wife and PETER FEILN'ANDKR J
husband.
To: PETER PERNAXDBR
mi Lialiamas
YOU ARE HEREBY notified
the Petition for Ills-solution of
riace ban been filed aitaiiiht you and
you are hereby required lo serve a
copy of your answer or other rdead-
lUR to the Petition of the wife's At-
torney, JOHN J. CAI.I.AIJHER.
whose address is 1434 N.W. 17th Ave-
ii'ie. .Miami. Florida 3312S, and file
the oriitinal wilh the Clerk or Ihe
above styled Court, on or before the
is day of Auk. 1978, or a Default
iv ill in enten d attainm you.
Haled this II d.iv of .Milv. 1978,
E E. I.EATHERMAN
Cl.rl, ,,f Hie Circuit i 'ourt
By: It. U. RI8SEE
H Ircuil Court Seal)
7 14-21-28 8 4 _
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-139O0
NOTICE OF PUBLICATIOM
I V HE: The Mai rial.-, of
' MAtiGIE GRIEH SCOTT.
Wife.
and
I IVAN SCI TT,
Husband
Yoi I\ AN SCI ITT, whose last
known address and resilience Has S3
; t'hesiuul Street, C.....Mini. North Caro-
lina, are notified lo Nerve a copy of
your answer to Petition for Dissolu-
| Hi.....f Marrlane filed iiKulnal you by
Petitioner-Wife's attorney, Alnn S.
Becker, nl 7684 Blacnyne Boulevard.
Miami, Florida and file ihe oriRlnal
with the Clerk of ibis Clrcull Court
I on or before the Is day of Auff. 1978.
others is, ., default will be entered
URalnsI you.
DATED thin 10 dav of July, l!'7i'.
10 11 I.EATHERMAN,
Cbrk
Dj R. M KI8SENI
I H in uit l 'uiirl Bl al i
7 14-81-28 R '4
"l,N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE'
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NUMBER: 72-13863
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION FOR
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: /
Til K MARRIAGE >F
\li T< il! M. .SIEVES, J
Husband '.
and i
SHERYI. .1 SIEVES, '
VVIfi
TO: SHERYL .1 SIEVES
c/o Mr and Mrs. Acker
All AliKels Hill-
Woppenffor falls. New York
YOB ARE HEREBY NOTII'lEt*
that an notion for Dissolution of Mai-
liit, lias been l ,1.-1 affAtaal you and
you are required to serve a copy of
i your written defenses, if any. io li on
RONAl.H .1. PATH. Attorney for IV-
j titioner. whose addreaa in 3889 South
Rayshoie Drive. Miami. Florida, and
fib' the original with the Clerk of the,
above si vied courl on or before Aug-
ust 85, 1973: nthorwlHe a default will
: I,,, entered njralnnt you for the r.-ii.-f
demanded In the Complaint or Peti-
tion.
THIS NOTICE shall be published
Oil. Bach Week fol fo||l' COIISeCUtiVO
weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS mi hand and seal ol
s:inl Courl al Miami. Hade County,
Florida, this 7 day of July. 1972.
E. 11. I.EATHERMAN.
clerk. Circuit Courl
I lade Count v. Florida
By: S A, HHWETT
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal I
Ki INALD .1 PATH, attorney
3*28 South Rayahore Drive
Miami. Florida
Attorney for PetltloDer
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7
rewiislhi Floridliain
NFJC Pre-Doctoral Fellowships Go
To 101972-73 Graduate Students
Florida Friday, August 4. 1972
Section B
Girl Terrorists On Trial
or May 9 Hijack Attempt
B> YITZHAK SHARGIL
(jITA Tel Aviv Correspondent)
/ TEL AVIVIn the same nar-
-pow Sarafand army base bar-
racks converted into a court-
where Japanese gunman
Okamoto was tried, con-
id and sentenced last month,
trial of the two young Arab
charged with participation
le abortive May 9 terrorist
ipt to hijack a Sabena Air-
lines plane at Lydda Airport be-
Sian this week.
$t was the same scene, too. in
positioning of television
fteras, the same elevated
?e bench, and the same se-
ity measures applied as for
Okamoto trial. But there
also much less tension, per-
haps because of the "woman's
touch." The defendants are girls,
their escorts are girl MPs, and
the bench includes a woman
judge. Zippora Neriya.
Bat the charges against Rim-
ma, Aossa Tannous and Therese
Asakhak Suleiman Khalsa are
serious. Indeed, serious enough
to entail the death penalty, a
seatence the three member
military panel is qualified to
impost'. Tli*,"** charges include
metnliership in a group which
i-ommiit. ons, evplosive charges, bearing
.of weapons, placing a bonib In
an airliner with intent to cause
Injury or death and damage to
property, and membership in an
illegal organizationEl Fatah.
The tribunal is made up of Lt.
Col. Aiiaron Halperin, Maj. Ye-
hoshua Ben Zion, both jurists,
jm<\ -Maj. Neriya. Yaacob Hen-
I ingman is defense attorney for
Miss Khalsa, a 19-year-old na-
tive of Acre. Kliezer Karmi is
representing Miss Tannous, a
21-year-old nurse born in Am-
man and adopted by the Tan-
nous family of Bethlehem.
The colorfully-dressed young
Arab girls presented a picture of
innocence, but they were the
same terrorists who, with two
male companions, spread panic
among the nearly 100 passengers
aboard Saoena's Flight 71 from
Brussels via Vienna to Tel Aviv.
Those present included the
fattier of Miss Khalsa, whose in-
itial reaction to the news of the
attempted hijack was that he no
longer recognized the defendant
as his daughter. However, he
now said that she regret* what
she did. that her flight from Is-
rael to Lebanon had been "In-
fluenced by other people," and
that her contacting the Black
September gang was a result of
her "falling into the hands" of
those people.
The young defendants reacted
differently in responding to the
court's formal request for a not
guilty or guilty plea. Miss Tan-
nous admitted to the facts in
the charges but pleaded not
guilty to the charges as such.
She contended she did what she
did against her will and de-
clared she had been "abducted"
from her job as a nurse in Jor-
dan, taken to the underground
camp against her will and given
the Sabena assignment against
her will. Miss Khalsa entered a
"not guilty" plea to all charges.
The first witness for the pros-
ecution was a passenger on the
airliner; he described the events
of the flight and the takeover
of the plane by the would-be hi-
jackers on the last leg of the
flight from Vienna. He said the
two girl defendants took pass-
ports from the passengers as
each of the girls held in turn a
box they said was connected to
L
Hem York toy manufacturer Howard Menzin, his wife
five children were among the 189 Americans and
Badians who sailed for Israel on Aliyah this month
trd the Greek Line's T.S.S. Anna Maria. The olim,
inchsding many professionals and young families and
some retirees, will spend the first four to six months in
kabsorpUon center in Israel. This was the second
group to sail for Israel under the auspices of the
BrVliyah Center of the World Zionist Organization.
a battery to detonate a bomb on
the plane so that "Israel will
learn its lesson."
The witness said Miss Tan-
nous was holding a live grenade
when Israeli commandos burst
into the plane shooting in He-
brew to everyone not to move.
The witness said he shouted to
the commandos to be careful
because the girl sitting next to
me was holding the unlocked
grenade.
One if the commandos ap-
proached her and she handed
the grenade to him in such a
way that he could take it with-
out detonating it, the witness
reported.
A police sergeant who testi-
fied briefly before the trial was
adjourned Tuesday continued
his testimony when the hearing
was resumed Wednesday.
Ten graduate students in Jew-
ish studies, including three women,
have been awarded pre-doctoral
fellowships by the National Foun-
dation for Jewish Culture for the
academic year 1972-73, Rabbi Dan-
iel Jeremy Silver, NFJC president,
announced.
The students were recommcnde'i
by the foundation's academic Ad-
visory council of which Dr. Salo
W. Baron of Columbia University,
and Dr. Harry A. Wolfson of Har-
vard University, are honorary
chairmen.
Commenting on the awards, Dr.
Silver said, "The qua'ity of these
young scholars is in keeping with
the exceptionally high standards
of past fellowship recipients. Each
is preparing for a teaching career
in Judaic studies at the college
level and we are gratified that the
NFJC fellowships will enable them
to complete their doctoral re-
quirements and enter a field that
will prove rewarding to themselves
and to many others.
"Also gratifying," Rabbi Silver
continued, "is the high proportion
of women recipients, the highest
since the NFJC fellowships were
initiated."
During the 12 years that the
NFJC has been granting fellow-
ships, over 150 pre-doctoral stu-
dents have been recipients. M-wt
are now on the faculties of major
American colleges, universities and
loading Canadian ind Is'aeli in-
stitutions of higher education.
In addition to its grants pro-
gram to students and established
Jewish scholars, the NFJC pro-
vides consultation and guidance
to Jewish communities, organiza-
tions, educational and other Insti-
tution! and individuals for activi-
ties in the field of Jewish culture,
encourages the teaching of Jew-
ish studies in colleges and universi-
ties, and serves as a clearinghouse
of information regarding Ameri-
can Jewish culture. The foundation
also serves as the administrative
arm of the Joint Cultural Appeal
on behalf of nine national Jewish
cultural agencies.
!
1
Rogers Appoints
Shirley Joseph
NEW YORK (JTA> The
National Council of Jewish
Women has announced that Mrs.
Shirley Joseph of Buffalo. NY..
was appointed as the NCJW's
representative to the United
States Commission for UNESCO.
The aonointment was n*ade by
Secretary of State William P.
Rogers.
The commission, which was
created by Congress in 1946, con-
sists of 100 distinguished Amer-
icans drawn mainly from the
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Friday. August 4. \s
Walter Palevoda To Serve
On State Fine Arts Council
>--.-iir> oi State Ri.iianl
Diui Stone1 ha> Appointed w .li-
fe r Palevoda of Miami io the 15-
Project RENEW
Furnishes Work
For the Elderly
MianM FV.-v-h senior citizens ar-
h-coming (arrwr.- asait
thrauch n#* fcrtentf manpow*"
un caMod Pi-oHvt RENEW
litmen' and FTnrto>rncni o*
Mi. 1y FNIlM-'.v Workvr-
A one > ar program initially
Guild of Greater Miami -inc.- 1964.1 it 1i! pravlde 44 aenom, 5-' an.J
.Her who live in th- -mirth rnd of
Miami IVar-h with ;>-irt-"--!-f .'..-.--
positions.
The idea i :.>r the nee v eldctij
r \n help others leas mobil
.
23 Miamians Attend CARIH,
Auxiliaries' 65th Conclave f
.k*ik-at><1 k>*> for th. arts, and
Walter Pa'.voda will make major'
huiiIiIIjuUww to lie work." S
tar> Stone taKL
Mr. Patevottf. bf 7*W g\fr ttnd*
T.-r.. na* bean serving the Opera
Before that, lie was BMfctant :nan-
a-:' Symphonj Orchestra. ,
lie was also editor of the I'M
Alumni Bulletin, editor of 'lite
Key" magazine published by the
Creator Miami Cultural Alliance,
and mu-ic eolurr.ni-1 of th. Miami
Beach Reporter for wven years.
He served a pre-i tent of the
Miami Bench Music and Arts
I. ague from 19G9-71.
than him* If. worldns a maximum i trors|;V
Twenty-three Miami men and
women are among the more than
l.V> delegates ami guests attend-
ing (he 05th annual national aux-
:h.Tri>s conwvition of CARIH. th-
Children's Asthma P.esearch In
stitute and Hospital, in Denver,
Colo., this week.
Conventioneers from Miami in-
clude Breath of Life Chapter:
Mrs. Sevrr.otir Fisher. Mr. an*'
Mrs. Al Hollander. Mrs. Sidney
Lebowitz. and Mrs. Nathan Os-
1
of 24 ho-.'r> a w-ek and eimi-v
Sl.sn an h-nn\ The work is
fined "^ Miami Biach.
Mr. Palevoda i- currently vice
president of the Mini's Opera Club.'
a trustee of the Miami Stage Em-I
ployvci Ica! L'nion 545 Peasio.".'
ai'd Welfare Fund, and mii umnift for "The Fugue." monthly
program guide for WTMI-F.M
W4irn MUVO04
r Pk) i !a Fine Art< Coun-
filHrig a :xt left vacant with
Mm d.'ath of D. Arturo di
FttippL
!i. who had b.-en th-'
TTStll hnrv Trttm Of "Or. di" for
some time, i- issis*ant general
manager and publicity director of
tii. Opera Guild of Greater Miami.,
which was founded by Dr. di
Filippi. Dr. di Filippi died Jun<
27. ith two years left in his term
\.r>. th. council.
"We have found a most capable
and line friend of the cultural arts
in Walter Palevoda. He will fill!
the post vacated by our beloved
Dr. di with honor, hard work
f.n<' enthusiasm." Secretary Ston>-
Mid
|; lio
-tat!..::
M i.i.i classical music
form.r
Valley
He and his wife, the
Barbara Ann Sandier ol
Forgo. Pa., have three chil'r-n.
Jeffrey David 12; Gary Steven.
In. and Michael .Man. 1.
Raphael Levy To
Coordinatae U. S.
Celebrations
Thirty-six have alread> been
hired and are occupied at govern-
ment service unit- like hea'.th
welfare, recreation, libraries, and
education. Many more who hav.
applied and are on a waiting list
an now heing con-idered.
The Drogram. fund for Si 1.3.00/
by the Department of Labor, i'
sponsored by the Dad.- Count}
Manpower Administration AgencyI
Older \\'<>rk." Program, and re-1
cch'cs about $11,000 m county
lunds. Bernard B. Gold he;,: is
project administrator.
The Project KEXEW office is I
located in the South B-aeh Com
.nunhy Center ut 8.3.3 6th St..'
Miami BCBCh.
Pin-.- ri of the program, which
is beginning -oon. will seek part-
time and fnlltime iols for s. -. or
citizens from among private em-,
plover?.
con-' Gift of Life Chapter; Mrs. Har-
i vey Shenberg, president; Mrs. Al-
fred Adler. financial secretary:
Mrs. Richard Beiley. and Mrs.
Klias Ilimland.
LorlKT Chapter; Mrs. and Mrs.
Sam Greenfeder. Mrs. Milton Si-
mon, ind Mrs. Jack Zagoria. Mrs
Greenfeder is president of th
chapter and Mrs. Simon is a mem
bet of the CARIH board of direc-
tors. ,
North Daile Chapter; Mrs. Her-
bert Aronson. Mrs. Samuel Bau-
mel. and Mr. and Mis. Robert
Pepper.
Peshkin Chapter; Mrs. Arthur
Rosean. president; Mrs. Joseph
Preedman, ami Mrs. Robert Her-
bert, past president.
Point East Chapter: Mrs. Jack
Weisman, president: and Mrs.
Joseph Shindelman.
Highlights of Convention "jj
elude discussion sessions *4
CARIH doctors and scientist. SyBll
acquaint the volunteers u turtle
late^LjifiortaJn JxpatBU-tit J^*
ods and new- directions ;n jjl
search; an "Outstanding AcltieJ
-"ent" awaris ceremony at vm
the volunteers will be honorvci f,|
exeellence in every- phase of Chal
ter activity; a Mexican Fiesta Is
'delegates, guests and CAtisM
hildren; and purse presentitis
ceremonies, at which the Atsjl
aries will present the resuluj
their fund raising efforts to ,J
[ional president Arthur B l/.rt.j
rf Denver.
CAlilH. founded in lfiOT. v
formerly known as the J.-wsjl
National Honn1 for A-thmaa|
Children, pioheered in the- de\ek|
m-nt of a broad-based anprosj
t. the problems of allergic
ases.
an
.. Si t<. It- members serve with-
out pp.y and review all fine arts
rrarts application-- and award
Brants It i- responsible for cn-
cmi iging development of the arts
in Florida.
''''-. ciiin-i! ha- r'one 0 fine.
NEW YORK Jacob Stein' ~~~ m__ ,mM_T
chairman. American Committee for Jontlt Reno A Candidate
Tamel'D f}.->t'i Anniversary- Celehra- Janet Reno has announced her
tlon. ha- nnnonncd the ap;v>int-' candidacy for the office, of State
rent of Raphael Levy as coordi- j Representative, District 11.3. left
na,t- vacant as a result of George Fire-
-tone'.s decision to nui for the
State Senate. Miss Reno, who
has servo? for the past year and
B half as staff director of the
House Judiciary' Committee, had
previously qualified in another
Mr. Levy, director of Specia'
Services for .the United Jewish
Vnoal. i* on loan from his oraa-l
The Florida Fine Arts Council is. nizatton to serve with the 25th
Ivisory body to the Secretary! Anniversary Committee, now in,
South Florida Council: Mis.
Paul Needelman. incoming coun-
cil president.
The delegates represent the
more than 25.000 CARIH volun-
, tcers. located in every major city
in the United States ami in Ca-
nada, who labor year-round to
raise two-thirds of the fmxU nec-
essary to support the national
asthma center's child care and
treatment program.
formation tird.-"* the aegis of the1
Conference of Presidents of Motor1
' i-h Organization- and other
bodies.
11.3 covers Coral
Gables, South Miami. Coconut
Grove, downtown and central Mi-
ami and South Miami Beach.
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"Throueh the anniversary cele-
brations, which will take place in
hundreds ot communities across the
country, we ssire to solute Israel
for its inspiring attainments in the
an-, sciences, tocial progrosi and
for it- contribiRtons to the ad-
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Presidents Conference declared.
Martin Group 8 Candidate
William fBDU C. Martin, a past
president of the Dado County Bar
Association, h>s qualified as a
candidate [or Circuit Judge in
Group S. Mr, Martin, who had pre-
viously announce' his intentions
i) seek the Group ."> -at after the
death of Circuit Court Judge John
,T. Ki-ho.-, -aid hi- decision to run
In another group came after the
appointment of his friend Sam I.
Silver, to the post by Gov. Reubin
Askew.
Alpert Seeks School Post
Miami lawyer Jonathan I. Al-
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the Da "e County School Board
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lic School system and as a teacher
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Social Science Program in Hamp-
ton. Vn. He has publish.-d articles'
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American Bar Association Journal.
The Florida Bar Journal. The
Criminal Law Bulletin, and the
American Journal of Legal His-
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r, August 4, 1972
+Jewlst Fk>rkiian
Page 3-B
iOA Elects Lehrman
ice President Again
Irving Lehrman, president,
(ogue Council of America, re-
this week from Israel
>
Vc participated in the 75th
kersary Jubilee Convention
he Zionist Organization of
Lehrman, rabbi of Temple
-El, Miami Bi-.ich. for the
years-, was reelectcd na-
p nrtsi'len't of the ZOA.
legate to the convention he
s^ed a session held at Kfar
the agricultural high school
[A-hkelon named In memory
late Rabbi Abba Hillel Sil-
rabbi will discuss his trip
11 i Saturdav morning serv-
Temple Emanu-El, 1701
i gton Ave. His talk on "The
li of btrae! >duled for
t m. Saturday.
Dr. Lehrman 'h:s was the
jutive y>ar in which he
i-raeL He on hand in
Palest \ .-. -r 1947 -
'Wr histoli" vote establishing a Jew-
ish BE'icn thro :z'.\ the partition
of trar-i;. iti Dr. \ isited th*
Ashte.."i/i anil >e:>hardlc chief
rnWaB i *- >' in '':- v as presi
dent of the Syr Council o'
yr.ertca. lie air of op-
ayir Brilliant Qualifies
.^rlCounfy Judge, Group 10
yd M. Brilliant, a local at
and civic leader who has
or th" nosition of County
.Judge, Group 10, has been
ici icing attorney in Dade
for 12 years. He is a mem-
the Florida and Massachu-
3ar Associations, the Ameri-
Prial Lawyers' Association
the American Arbitration
at ion.
Brilliant served as a Judge
City of Miami from 1963-67
is been vice president of the
mia Society, a member of
liami Police Benevolent As-
_ ion and the Heart Associa-
tion of Miami. He is a member of
Temple Beth Am and Coral
Gables Lodge, B'nai B'rith. He is
also On ihe advisory board of the
Greati i Miami Hebrew Free Loan
Association.
Gulliver Luncheon
Plarus for the second annual
flu 1 liver A"ad?mv luncheon to be
\\>ld Nov. 8 will be formulated at
iHdey's luncheon in Kings Bay
Yacht and Country Club with
Hanna Aronson and Marjorie Da-
vis, corhairmen, assigning com-
mittee posts to those in attend-
ance.
S
timism in the Jewish nation upon
the announcement by President
Anwar Sadat that Russian advisors
were being expelled from Egypt.
The rabbi noted that this month
marks' the second anniversary of
the cease-fire along the Suez
Canal. He attended services at
the Western Wall during Tish
B'av with some 100,000 Jews, tak-
ing part in the evening and morn-
ing prayers.
In Geneva, Dr. Lehrman took
part in an executive committee
meeting of the World Memorial
Foundation for Jewish Culture,
where top leadership from every
Jewish community in the free
world was represented. He repre-
sented the Synagogue Council of
America.
In Paris, he chanted Maftir in
the famed Rothschi'd Synagogue
ami in Israel, he and Mrs. Lehr-
man attended a family Bar Mitz-
vah.
Mizrachi Groups
Plan Activities
Mrs. Rose Shapiro, president of
the Shoshana Chapter of Mizrachi
Women, has invited the group's
membership and potential mem-
bers to a luncheon at her home.
5165 Collins Ave., Apartment 1502,
at noon Sunday.
Cr & -Cr
Tuesday at 1 p.m. Mrs. Rache'
Katz. president of the Miami Beach
Chapter, will conduct a meeting
at the Washington Federal, 1234
Washington Ave.
Cr & &
The presidium of the Shalom
Chapter is calling a meeting for
1 p.m. Tuesday in the clubroom of
the 100 Lincoln RJ. Bldg. The
presidium includes Rose Ehren-
reich, Rose Lugerner and Rose
Shapiro.
Singleton Seeks Reelection
Democrat Carl A. Singleton, a
member of Florida's House of
Representatives since 1 VH>*>. is seek-
ing reelection to his post. A ("oral
Gables businessman, Mr. Single-
ton is seeking the 111th District
seat.
Burdine's Invitational Golf Tournament
To Be Held Jan. 3-7 at the Doral CC
The annual Burdine's Invita-
tional golf tournament, which this
year opened one of the "most ex-
citing seasons in the history of
the LPGA," will again be held the
first weekend in January at the
Doral Country Club-
Announcement came from Sam
McColloch, vice president of Bur-
dine's who declared, "When you've
got a great formula, there's no
point in changing any part of it."
The fifth annual Burdine's event
will take place Jan. 3-7, over Dor-
al's Red Course, where Marlene
Hagge won the $30,000 event last
year before record crowds,
"The past tournament was the
best in our history for many rea-l
sons," Mr. McColloch sail. "Our
dates were ideal, we had tlv\
greatest field In LPGA history
I and Doral's Red Lady' proved
to be quite a test. We saw no
reason to change the pattern."
Mr. McColloch, who has bo n
in constant contact with the LPGA
executive "Mice in Atlanta, say
'he i. confident "our field will be
as great as last year, and all the
big names will be here again."
"The LPGA is having its best
year ever, with larger purses,
more tournaments and consider-
able publicity, largely due to the
Javy Blalock controversy and
substantially more TV ex|>osure."
Mr. McColloch indicated he
would nam the tournament's gen-
eral chairman soon.
Natalie Baskin Qualifies
Attorney Natalie Baskin. a Mi-
ami resident since 194S. has quali-
fied for election to the Da !e
("ounty Circuit Court in Group 8.
Mrs. Baskin has been admit I ,! i
practice before Ihe U.S. Supreme
Court, th- U.S. Court of Ap i
5th Circuit and the U.S. Di
Court, South Florida District. She
is a member of Dade Florida
American Bar Associations, Flor-
da Criminal Defense Atto
Association, National Association
>f Women Lawyers and the Appel-
late Rules Sub-committee of the
Florida Bar Association.
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fJen-isii flk>ri Friday, August 4 ;J
1972 L -F Drive Leaders Named
\' i h Chap in I !
hai man of rhi United Fi n has
q m il r ruini' r./ to
iad iiii large unit into ivh i
tht" i mizod
William S R >nl of
Jord in Mai '.< i. Floi Ida, has be mi
ited m~ cii.. Unit I'..
> hit li conducts fund-raising in
n.i joi i tail .'i" I related in-
usl ies; Richard B Plumer, pres-
cient ol Richai d Plum t Interior
>'-;;!.. will serve M- cochairman,
James <;. Poulos vice presi-
lent and general manawr of the
Iran I Union I '<>.. ill chair I nit
H, which condu ts !uncl-raising in
the food Industry, W. K. Raven.
/ice president of Pan American
Vorid Anrways, v ill serve as
ii' ol I 'n:l m. h hich is in-
olvi I iii the i anspoi I at Ion an I
: industries; 1 tei nai d Shu-
ite, -i sident the First Na-
l kinn Ban o Vila ui, has been
.'('. ii> ih,' chaii nanship ol
nit A hich i i ma ior coi
ions '
Jo 1 >. Wai e, a- -isianl
I.--. I -ui ol the Southern Bell Co.,
.:i Florida has bei n n i ncd co-
haii man ol Unit E, which con-
luct.s fund-raising in the construc-
tion industry, and Dr. Rdward I.,
Whlfham, superintendent of Da '
bounty Schools, will b,' in charge
if Unit J, campaigning in the area
i educational services.
William Raven William Ruben J. B. Shumate Dr. L. Whigham
James Poulos
Joel Ware
Richard Plumer
Hebrew U to Exchange Students With
French Institute Of Oriental Studies
Miomi-Dade Courses
At Fisher Jr. High
Community Council chairman
Murray \\\ ivies has announced
Ulflt the Fisher Council hns made
final plans for the opening of Mi-
nd Dacle Junior College credit
coursed in mathematics, Rnglish,
Spanish, biology, social science and
humanities at the Ida Fisher Com-
munity School Monday, Aug. 28.
Classes and activities at thf
.'li \1. Fisher Community School.
1424 Drexcl Ave.. will lie closed
lor summer vacation through Aug.
25.
Smith Campaigners Named
Ed Kstes has been named cam-
paign manager and retire 1 Com-
mander J. Robert Boh" Ryan,
il.S.N.R., designated finance chair-
man on the committee to reeled
Rep. Dave Smith i R-Fort Lander-
la I. to the Florida House of Rep-
resentatives. Rep. Smith is run-
ling for reelection as a Republican
in District SS.
JERUSALEM Some 40 grad-
uate students from law faculties
1 at 23 universities throughout the
United States are enrolled in a
rout-week credit giving summer
coin.-,' at the Hebrew University
of Jerusalem, under the auspices
of American University In Wash-
ington. D.C.
This is the third year of the
program called, "Law and Policy
Institute Abroad," initiated ami
directed by Prof. Nicholas Kittrie,
professor of law at American Uni-
versity. Its Israeli co-director is
Dr. Aharon M. Rabinowicz, He-
brew University research fellow.
The aim of the course, which is
more extensive than the previous
ones, is to broaden the partici-
pants' knowledge and horizons by
acquainting them with another
culture and international issues
from a legal point of view. The
course i.s also meant to equip
modated during their stay in Jeru-
salem.
The program comprises two dif-
ferent legal categories which will
both be examined in daily lectures:
II Comparative law, i.e., local
law and legal systems in Israel
compared with those of other
countries, including the United
States, and
2) International law with spe-
cial reference to Israeli problems,
e.g., international waterways in
the Middle East, the legal status
of th inhabitants in the Israel- j
administered territories, U.N. Se-!
curity Council Resolution No. 242.1
etc.
i
Among the score of lecturers,
all outstanding in the fields of
law and public life in Israel, are'
Supreme Court Justice Haim Cohn,
Prof. Jacob Landau. Prof. Yitzhak
H. Klinghoffer. MK. Prof. Itzhak
7.amir, the university's vice presi-
them to deal with political and dent. Bernard Cherrick. Prof. Arye i
legal questions on the Middle East
situation.
Following a week-long study
tour of the country, including
visits to Arab and Druze villages
and kibbutzim, the American law
students began their studies on
the university's Mt. Scopus camp-
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Two evening seminars will be
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director general of the Ministry of
Religious Affairs, David Glass, as
sistant director general, and He-
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Israeli Film Shooting
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and Henry Kramarz, will be shovvr
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Name Badge Rabbi Schiff Is Academy's
Project Is Cantor For High Holy Days
Successful
i**i
9
Rabbi Tibor H. Stern of Jacob C. Cohen Community Center
jeceives a check for 336,000 from Jacob C. Cohen. The pres-
entation marks the first purchase of an Israel Bond, launch-
ing the New Year High Holiday campaign.
it -to -to
Bond Purchase Launches
High Holiday Campaign
[soon (". Cohen, founder of the
ill c Cohen Community < !en-
and leader in the State of i
Bonds' organizational ac-
i cently pi esentetl a che k
for 'i:* lo Rabbi Tibor H.
Ster" initiating the High Holiday
Israel Hond i up il ;n act i\ ilies in
Miar i for the now yea
Rabbi Si, in *ak! that an appeal
11' I held mi the Jacob c. Cohen
I Community Center on Rosh Ila-
ahanah. but that Mr. Cohens.
(arly pui ^precedence lo urge all Miami's;
temple and synagogue members
to become involved in the com-
^rrranitv-wide campaign.
"Temples, synagogues, hit;h-
iise bull ;i:.'-. and hotels through-1
ait the Greater Miami area will
host pre-holiday parlor meetintjs
und sol aside a special time during,
tin holidays so that members and
residents "ill have the opportunity
in make a pledge to the people and
the State of Israel through lsra< I
Bonils," Rabbi Stein said.
Mr. (lohen said, "This speci i
High Holiday activity offers tin
Miami Jewish community a unique
opportunity to .share in the build-
ing of Israel at a time when our
emotional involvement an;' our ac-
tive material participation is so
urgently needed."
Israel Government Office Co-Sponsor
x El Al, Histadrut Slate
Israel Tourist Event
;i
Israel Tourist Day will be cel-
(hratpd in South Florida Sept 6
when Histaditit, the Israel Gov-
. rnrnent Totiist Office ark' El Al
Jwael Airlines sponBor*an evening
i elehration at the Fontaiuebleau
Hotel in Miami Beach.
\nnounccmrnt of the event -
Which will also serve to launch
M.-ervanco of the State of Is-
, ael*s 25th anniversary of inde-
pendence was made by Jaeob
Goren, director of the Israel Gov-
. rnment Tourist Office in Atlanta.
Wometco Theatres
.fTiiAii shut
LEE
ma WIARVIN&
HACKMAN
3^
R
Charles
] Branson
Ursula
Andress
Mr. Goren, who has guided Is-
raeli tourism efforts in the South-
eastern United States for the past
three years, said all persons who
have visited Israel since the Six-
Day War of June, 19<;7. will be
honored at the Sept 6 eclebratoin.
Elhanan Segal, regional man*
ager <>f l"-l Al who headquarters in
Miami Beach, and Samuel Fein-
stein, president of the Israel His-
tadrut Council of South Florida
said the Florida office of Histadrut
would coordinate the program.
Israel's 23th anniversary will
he observed worldwide for a full
year, beginning next month, ac-
cording to Moe Levin, rha'rman of
the hoard of the Israel Histadrut
Foundation.
Certificates printed in Jerusalem
| with the names of tourists to Is-
rael from South Florida will be
given to individuals who attend
the event, Mr. Goren said.
Mr. Segal said travel to Israel
I from Florida via El Al increased
j by more than 90': during the past
i year, and that more records are
! being broken every month.
j
Dr. Leon Kronish, national
board chainnan of the Israel His-
tadrut Foundation, will help co-
ordinate the observance of Israel
Tourist Day. He is state honorary
, cochairman of the Israel Tourist
i Council, together with Dr. Irving
Lehrman, president, Synagogue
Council of America.
JWV Units Meeting
i The Jewish War Veterans Post
and Auxiliary 330 wa to hold a
i regular business meeting Thurs-
i day at 8:30 p.m. at the American
I Legion Hall with senior vice presi-
, dent Pearl Herman presiding.
Have you seen a young Jewish
'-;i11 or boj wearing a large badge
imprinted with the words, "I Am
Proud oi My Hebrew Name?"
II you have, you have seen a
visible manifestation of a most
unusual educational project the
campaign of the National Commit-
tee for Furthcran e ol Jewish Ed-
ucation to make Jewish boys and
girls in the United States aware
of their Jewish names, and proud
ul 'hem.
Launched just six months ago
with a bri >f announcement over
a New York radio station, the
NCFJE "H'.'brew Name" project
has caught mi like wildfire. Sine
the first button was made1 in a
I0-year-o!d Brooklyn girl Jan. .".
1972. more than 10.000 have bun
distributed, mostly in New York
City, but also on other East Const
cities like Boston and Philadel-
phia, and even as far away a-
England and Australia
The but ions are being sent free
of charge to individuals or orga-
nizations, and will continue to ho
sent as long as the Supply holds
out.
Quoin for 1972 is 50.000 bid Ions.
Requests should he ad rcss .
to: Hebrew Name Buttons, Na-
tional Committee Foi FurthVi
ance of lewish Education, 824
E. Parkway, Brooklyn, N.Y. 11213
JWV Leaders to
\\v Delegates To
National Conclave
Herbert Gonman, commander,
Depaitmenl of Florida Jewish War
Veterans, will lend a r'e'pgation of
national anl from Florida to the national con
vention at Houston, Tex.. Aug. 13-
20.
Com. Gopman will lie accom-
panied by several members of
JWV's national executive commit-
tee, including Ainslee R. Ferdie
vice chainnan: Jack Berman. 4th
recional commander; Maurice
Weinman, na'ional adjutant: Nor-
ton Lcff. national insnertor. awl
Irvin Steinberg, delegate-at-large.
M. Jav Berliner, senior vice
commander. Department of Flor-
ida. JWV's. will atari be in the
delegation, along with Harold Uhr
and Howard Melinson, junior vice
commanders.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff, exeou- '
live vice president, Rabbinical As-
sociation of Greater Miami, has'
ium of the Miami Beach school -f
2400 Pine Tree Dr.
Rabbi Schiff, who also
rector of the chaplaincj .-> i
;! the Greater Miami Jewish '
etation, sen ed as cantoi I i
1 Ii brew Academy last
the first time.
In pre\ Ions years, he ':
at vervl "-' in Miami- Beth '
Synagogue, and ha- had evtcsi
training as a rabbi an I canto
Rabbi Al \ander S. i in>--
cipal, Hebii-w Academy, > II
tii-iai- al the High Hob. Daj -e -
Ices which ill launch thi in I
lion's 25th anniversary year
Tickets for sen ices ma> h
cure ', at the Hebrew v..
o'li"e.
RABBI SCLOMON SCHIff
i'n enga red as cantor for the
Hii h Holy Days by the Greuter
Miami Hebrew Academy.
Anno in e nent of Irs arc >ptance
'vas made by Irving Firtel, presi-
iii. nnd B. I. Hinder, chairman
>f the board, Hebrew Academy.
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+Jewist> fh rid fan
Friday. August 4, I972

TllK REASON: Have you wondered why you don't need a reserva-
tion to k" out ti> dinner, there'* no waiting line ai the movies, the
tennis courts are empty and you can't set a fouith for bridge or golf
this week? The answer is really very simpleit was VISITORS" DAY
AT CAMP and all the mommies and daddies were with the kiddies.
RRIDKS: Whoever said that JUNK was the month to walk the
middle-aisle? Well. AUGUST is simply "bursting out all over" with
couples who will he married before it's over: Rick Lundy and Shelley
Keif kind. Guylf V;irra.s and Kicky Donoff, Marlene Kravitz and Michnrl
Olin, Debbie Cohen and Danny Todes, Shelley Narrow and Monty
Kennedy, Rhonda Manweiler and William Brady. Among those who
already took their marriage vows are Vickie Miller and Van Tinglof,
who are now on a honeymoon cruise (the nuptials took place at Sky
Lakes Country Club this past weekend) and Jay Begoda and his bride,
Merle ffrihlMJrr (Jay's mother, Shirley, is Dr. Max Mpschltz's secre-
tary at Beth Torah Congregation.) Another bride and groomSuzanne
Alter and Burt Sohildare busy planning the addition of an entire
wing to Burt's home on Old Cutler Road, since each of them had three
children. They were married at the home of the bride's parents.
ANNIVERSARIES: Murray and Estelle SchoenberR will be cele-
brating 33 years of marriage this weekend; Eluine and Danny Sales
marked their 30th Aug. 2. Mazel Tov to both happy couples!
TRAVELERS: Dorothy and Arthur Brown I she's the former pres-
ident of the state's Conservative Sisterhoods organization) were glow-
ing and exhilarated uixjn their recent return from Israel and Italy; the
Browns' daughter and son-in-law, Joan and Gary Conner, and their
close chums, the Mel Miuklers, were off to .Mexico for their vacation
holiday Shirley and Ben Karp came back from Europe with colds,
but their good times abroad had not been deterred Wendy and Ira
Rothfield have made plans to visit the Scandinavian countries .
Danny Weinstein and his Jackie will fly to Paris with Art and Helen
Snyder; the two couples will then drive through France into Spain .
The Mel Zuckermans' full entourage (four sons, plus Larry's wife,
Shelley) are having great fun in Nassau. The senior Zuckermans really
stay young by keeping pace with their children and grandchildren
. The IsraelsSheila and Stanare leaving the kids home with
grandma. They're off to Las Vegas and plan to motor through the
entire state of California and take in all the sights Yugoslavia
really has something in store for it when the Phil Alnuuit, Norman
Fetnberf-*, Paol Belts, Vic Vtckneaaee and Art Siege* invade the
country Edith and Dick Block, and Eileen Fried are among those
spa-ing (not sparring) in Pompano Two couplesJerry and Sonaie
Stern, and Lynn and Rita Stoneare cruising the Caribbean The
Young*. Sheila and Burt, are now in Israel and will also visit England
. Wendy Kravitz, who is soon Ko be a mother, and her hubby, Steve,
are vacationing in Puerto Rico Elaine and Morty Laufer and their
pals, LU and Fred Katzia, are on a carefree fling in the OrientHong
Kong and Tokyo are on their itinerary The CapUna, Elaine and
Staart, and their offspring, Sheila and Martha, will be thrilled with all
the things that Fantasyland at Orlando has to offer for adults as well
as children Janet Gnwrtierg is busy playing tennis and entertain-
ing her cousin. Shelley Keaton, who came from London and just loves
our weather, sun and water included.
BOUQUETS: Congratulations to Raal Fox for'winning the laurels
in the girl's state competition and to tenet Sohwmrtx, who has been
attending the University of Miami Summer Tennis Camp, for winning
first prize in her tennis matches. She was awarded a lovely trophy.
STUDENTS: Believe it or not, but the school term will soon be
upon us. Oenlse Telch is combining travel and studyshe's on a Euro-
pean tour with the Foreign Study League, learning the customs and
cultures of each country visited, including England, Spain. Switzer-
land, France, Italy and Holland Erica Reiso is excited about enter-
ing Emory University in Atlanta, Ga., this Fall Alan Freidel has
been accepted at Tulane University Steven Kane will be studying
at Vanderbilt University.
EMPLOYED: Barry Rosenbusfa, a recent graduate of New York
University, is back in town. He's now associated with a firm which is
making TV commercials for the Dolphins and the National Football
League.
FAMILY CELEBRATION: Tonl and Abe Hcrscovitz, who have
been blessed with years of good health and happiness, including the
pleasures derived from wonderful children and grandchildren, cele-
brated their 50th wedding anniversary recently. To mark the momen-
tous occasion, their daughter, Eaterbelle Gettis, and her husband, Mer-
t*n, took them on a sightseeing tour of the United Statesclear across
the country to California. They loved every minute. Lori, who was re-
cently confirmed at Temple Beth Sholom, is currently in Israel with a
teenage group from the synagogue. Melissa and Tabb are having a ball
at summer camp. The whole family is eagerly looking forward to
Melissa's Bat Mitzvah this Fall.
HAPPY: Rose and Gabby Gerber have reasons to be all aglow.
They adore living in their villa at Emerald Hills Estates and playing
golf; son Larry married his childhood sweetheart. Hobo Friedman (her
name's really Barbara) a few months ago and is presently working
towards his Master's degree in Fine Arts at the Art Center in Los
Angeles; daughter No. 1, Ila, and her spouse, Dr. Allan Riehter, re-
cently moved into their new home in Hollywood with Adam, who is
now seven, and Brian, just-turned-five. Daughter No. 2, Avis, who is
expecting, is living here in Miami with her husband, Alfred, a student
at the University of Miami Medical School.
PLEASED: Sylvia and Ray Rahinovritz are "proud as peacocks"
end no wonder. Their daughter, Peggy, her husband, Marty Madorsky,
and their little one, Karen, 2'i, are back in the state of Florida. Marty,
who has completed one year of residency at the University of North
Carolina Hospital in Chapel Hill, is now associated with the Shands
Medical School at the University of Florida in Gainesville and plans to
complete a three-year residency in surgery. Peggy's brother. Harold (a
terrific tennis player) attended summer school at the University of
Miami this year because he changed courses and had a lot of catching
up to do. Now a pre-med student, he will be in his senior year at
Princeton University this coming semester.
Happenings
Florida press and broadcast
newsmen will gather Friday, for
the first News-Bar Conference
sponsored by the Florida Bar at
its Tallahassee headquarters.
Muii' than 40 newspaper, tele-
vision and radio newsmen and
managers will meet with the
Florida Bar leaders in the iy-
lone program, according to Win.
Reere Smith Jr., Tampa, presi-
dent.
& Or
Joseph Wcrtheimer of Miami
recently participated in the an-
nual meeting of the board of
governors of Technion, Israel
Institute of Technology, held at
the Technion campus on Mt.
CarmH, Haifa. He was among
19 members who constituted the
American delegation to the board
meeting. Mr. Wcrtheimer, a long-
time leader of the American
Technion Society, was present
with his wife at a ceremony nam-
ing a watertower on the Tech-
nion camnus in his honor.
# # #
"Norman, Is That You?," the
Upstagc's comedy will be held
over through Sunday after play-
ing to sell-out houses this past
weekend. The play's director and
star is Lawrence Tobin.
iz &
The board of directors of
United Bancshares of Florida,
Inc.. has elected James L. Pat-
terson vice president of the reg-
isterec1 bank holding company to
manage thf total bank invest-
ment portfolio. Prior to settling
in Miami Mr. Patterson served
as portfolio officer for the Fi-
delity Bank in Lynchburg, Va.
*T Sixty-six students received
degrees from Barry College
during last week's Commence-
ment Exercises in the audi-
torium. Dr. Donald Gray, Associ-
ate Professor of Religious
Studies at Manhattan College,
New York, delivered the ad-
dress.
Police Sergeint In Race
Sgt. Tony FonUna, a 24-year
veteran is Miami's Police Depart^
ment, where he is presently serv-
ing in the-Homicide Division, is
seeking election to the State Leg-
islature. The first, local policeman
to seek such a post, he is a candi-
date for the .Florida House of
Representatives. District 107.
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Clay Covington, Hollywood Federal's Emerald Hills branch
manager, congratulates Lois Weinberg on winning the first
prize a 22-day, expense-paid vacation for two to Madrid,
Spain. The occasion marked the Grand Opening Celebra-
tion of Hollywood Federal's sixth (and newest) office in the
Post Haste Shopping Center, Emerald Hills.
Beth El Women
Petite Luncheou
To Aid Sightless
Temple Reth El Sisterhood >
hold a petite luncheon a
party, Mo"riay, Aug. 14 it 11
a.m., In the temple auditorlii
1351 S. 14th Ave.. Hbllvwno 1 P:-
eeods sirffl be directed to the cob
Inlttee for "^ervioe To The
headed by Mrs. Ca-.yl FeWnian.
This service is manual hy 1
group of women, including both I
members and non-members of thtl
Sisterhood. They work as Bralj|
writers, recorders, and binders;'
produce books and talking reeowl-ajf
for the sightless. Women intoresRil
in Braille transcribing are invited!
to join a daSs now beir. formw)'
Tickets for the luncheon my "V
be -obtained toy- calling the ten^e 1ji
office or Krs. Bernard Prki 11
luncheon chairman. All niembers "
the community-arc" welcome.
The appointment of Dr. Ed-
ward T. Sandxow as spe-
cial counsel to the chan-
cellor of The Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary of Amer-
ica was effective Aug. 1.
Dr. Sandrow retired last
month from the pulpit of
Temple Beth EL Cedar-
hurst, N.Y., wkere he had .
been spiritual leader for 35
years.
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+Jewish fhridkin
Page 7-B
Kendall Chapter of ORT, Holds First Installation-Luncheon
Tho Kendall C"liat>ter of Wom-
en's American ORT held its first
annual instal'alion and luncheon
Saturday. July 29. at the Crooked
Creek Country Club in Kendall.
Those attending signed the na-
tional charter for the new chap
ter, and a musical program was
presented.
Installed during the candlelight
ceremony were Mrs. Donald Mar-
tin, president; Mrs Martin Cohen,
Mrs. Jeffrey Corriover, Mrs. Hans
Kastan an' Mrs, Carl Passoff,
vice president^; M a David Boas,
treasurer; Mrs. Albert Hacker,
Mis. William Rogers, and Mrs.
A. .1. Wei!) r:. secretaries, and
Mrs. Robert Shapiro, parliamen-
tarian.
Installed a- hoard members
were: Mrs. Michael Arasim, Mrs.
Jerry Balis Mrs. Marvin Brilliant,
Mrs. Richard Garbor, Mrs. Mich-
ael (io'dsmith, Mrs. Marvin Kuritz.
M s. Marvin Kurxban, Mrs. Neil
Under), Mrs Mare Massar. Mrs.
Harold Metzger, Mrs, Ronald Pi*
ner, Mis Israel Saferstein, Mrs
Edward Silverman, Mrs-. Stephen
Snydi : Mr Stephen Toback and
Mis. Alan Winter.
Kutun Netties Ruthfield
Barry Kutun, a candidate fa*
'he State Legislature in Distm-I
">!), has named Paul Ruthfield, \
chairman of Miami Beach's Plnn-
loard, as his campaign man
ager, Mr. Ruthfield is managei of
the II. II. rt/ an' Co. offlCI Ifl
Miami Beach. Roth he anil Mr
Kutun are founders and past [-resi-
dents of L'Chaim Lodge, B'ruri
B'rith.
The "Spirit of 76" came through on the
City of Miami's birthday anniversary cele-
bration Friday, July 28 in Bayfront Park.
Vice Mayor Rose Gordon read Mayor David
T. Kennedy's proclamation calling the 76th
birthday "a special day for all Miamians."
Also present were Miami City Commission-
ers Manolo Reboso and Father Theodore R.
Gibson, (left). Miss Miami, Penny Templeton,
(right) stands by to cut the cake. Children
from West End Park sang "Happy Birthday,
Miami" and ate the cake.
Israel Expo '72 Attracts Families From U.S., Canada
Over 1,000 families from North
America participated in the Israel
Aliyah Evpo 72, which took place
in Hechal Shlomo, Jerusalem, from
July 16-19.
The expo, which will move on
to Tel Aviv and then to Haifa, it,
sponsored by the Joint Alivah
Comnvttee of the Union of Ortho-
dox Jewish Congregations of
America and the Rabbinical Coun-
cil of America, and Tour Vealeh
of Israel.
Twenty-six information booths
were supervised by a staff that
supplied up-to-date information on
all a^oects of settlement in Israel,
including housing, education, and
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business investments. In a^lition
10 the activities held in Hechal
Shlomo, daily lours to abso"-ption
rente's, schools, and Ulpanim were
organized.
Rabbi Joseph Karasick, presi-
dent of the UO.ICA. and Emamiel
GnifaX cha'rman of the Joint A'i-
yah Committee, reported that "the
special sessions and workshot*",
"hieh were well attended by the
delegates of the concree;ation5
from North Ameri"a dealt with
the various p<"0b1ems eneonnte'vJ
in the abcorption of western ali-
yah today."
One of the formal points of the
xpo was a special tension devoted
to housing in Israel. Homing Min-
ister Zeev Sharer, in his opening
addrccs. discussed the current sit-
uation and problems that the Oleh
and the Israeli faces.
The next Aliyah Kxpo is to takn
pla~e in Jerusalem in August 197.'!
as part of Israel's 25th anniver-
sary.
Spinoza Forum's August Lecture Schedule Announced
The Spinzoa Forum schedule for
August was to start with a review
of "Man. The Unknown," by Alex-
is Carrel, given by Dr. Abraham
Joan Odell Announces For
District Court Of Appeal
Attorney Joan Odell has an-
nounced her car>didaey for the
post of ju.'ge. District Court of
Appeal of Florida, District 3,
Group 2.
Miss Odell has been -hiof coun-
pel of the U.S. Environmental Pro-
tection Agency, Region 4, cover-
ing the eight-state southeast re-
lion. Prior to her federal appoint-
ment, she served as the first full-
time county attorney for Palm
Beach County.
Wolf son Thursday at 10 a.m.
Forum meetings are held at the
Washington Federal, 12.14 Wash-
ington Ave., each Thursday, and
start with a musical interlude.
Aug. 10, 17 and 24, Dr. Wolf-
son will be the principal lecturer
and his programs include a re-
view of '.'Man Discovers His Body"
by Dr. L. Glenrtening; "How to
Deal wth Your Tensions," and
"Food and .Life."
Aug. 31. Dr. Hans Marqolius.
author of "Thoughts on Ethics,"
will be the guest speaker.
JWV Ladies Meet
North Shore La^es Auxiliary
677, Jewish War Veterans, has
scheduled a meeting for Wednes- |
c'ay at 7:30 p.m. in the Washing-
ton Federal. 1133 Normandy Dr.
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tfJemisfi ffrvridi&r
Friday,. Aucr-st 4, 1972
Creator Miami Youth Svnajroinn' Ushers in 5733
The Greater Miami Youth Syna- Rt the Dade County Auditorium.: por information or for scat-.
teue. Inc.. under the direction ol addition to any special dona- sen:', a stamped self-addressed en-
|abbi Ralph Z. Glixman. will usher tions. will go toward locating and volope to Merwyn E. Levin, co-
the new year 5733 at services purchasing the land that will house | ordlnator, l.">00 SW 101st Ave.,
be held at the Had.' County| n.,. complex." Dr. Glixman said. Miami, Fla. 33134
puditorium.
' Seats for the Hljjh Holy Day'
Bservajnces ui!] be distributed on
|he basis ol donations.
Rosh Ha'liaii i!i services arc
ehedu!ed for Sept. s. 0 and 10.
torn Kippur services arc set lor. |
[ pt. it and 18.
'What makes our svnagoguo nn-
hsual," staled Dr. Glixman, "is
that the synagogue portion will
pnve no dues st 'ueture. Each in-
li.id'ial will he asked to contrib-
m hal he fe 'Is he can afford
Btiis contributiu \\ i'! be to main-
tain and provide those servi
hat arc need" d '" enhance tlie
love ol Judtism, prayer an study.
|j .i<"'-, there will be facilities pro-
[vided for a relisrious school and
i an" !'' Mitzvahs.
"Any surplus revenues from
Iticket sales for the Illsh Holv l>n -
Films Opening Friday ***&* Fri'ay will t* Walt Dis-
Among new films opening Fri-' nevs N'aPle<>n and Samantha"
day at Wometco Theatres will be the Palm sPrins and Twin
Everything You Always Wanted Gables I. "Red Sun" at the Mira-
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Moses Fishboim
Bar Mitzvah
MOsks FISHBOIM
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day, Aug 5 at
temple rJmanu-
i:i.
Moses al tei ds
11 c Anglo-Co-
lombian School
in < Colombia and
will ho In Ihe
se\ ii.'li
this year. He
enjoys soccer
i pd football.
The celebrant
will he honored
al a Klddush in
fee Friedland Ballroom following
fhe services.
,. Mrs. Rachel Rosenberg, mater-
ial grandmother of Moses, and
uncles and cousins from Colombia,
will attend the event.
Medical Student
At U-M Receives
COSTEP Award
-
. For ihe second consecutive year.
University of Miami School of
Medicine student in the M.D.-I'h.-
D. program has received a cov-
eted award of the U.S. Public
Health Service.
Steven Siegel, who received his
Ph.D. degree in biochemistry in
June 1972 was selected on a na-
tional comneti'ivc basic f-r the
COSTEP Award. Dr. W. M.
Award, assistant professor of
me "icine a~d biochemistry, was
Siegel's thesis mentor,
COSTEP is the Commissioned
r Officer Student Training ami In-
ternship Program. It supports on
lull salary as junior health offi-
cers a few selected senior medical
.-indents. In addition, all educa-
tional costs of the senior year arc
'.defrayed.
i
3 Mr. Siegel entered the graduate
t'.lining program in the Depart-
.rruent ol" Biochemistry at the l'-Mi
In 19(17 after graduating with non-
pars from Michigan Slate Univer-
sity. In 19r>9 he entered the corn-
Lined M.D.-Ph.D. program, and I
pxpects to receive his M.D. degree
4n June. 197.'?.
Under COSTEP, award recipi- ,
I'Pt.s alter graduation and intern-!
>hip go on active duty in the Puh-
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jjnd most serve as junior staff
physicians at regional clinical cen-
tra, A s->le"t few may \\o--k in
Ih-boratoric* of their choice at tV
Rational pi^t't'ites of Health.
Steven, o-v or thr few. ch >se the
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Friday August 4, 1972
*Jen Vfl fk>rSetter
Page 9-B
LVhat s Croohim
Ilv KITH SIKKIS
Summertime calls for refreshing, tangy desserts, We offei
1' ;i classic one lemon meringue pie with its tail, lemony
r r. The dessert consists ol a flaky pic crust that is pre-bakod
tl filled with a smooth delicate filling. All is topped with gofl
|. ;- of white meringue, adding glamor and tenderness. It is
qi ite a |M>pular dessert among my readers, since several have
I- 'sti ,| the recipe.
LEMON MERIXGI E PIE
Th
a
Si
1.
i.
a1
anc
1 3 cup vegetable shortening
l' .'. this, cold water
pastrx >heii (!) inches)
cup sifted all purpose
flour
Isp. -all
Sift the flour anil Rait into a howl; cut in the shortening
then nil) between your hands lill ii resembles small peas
inkle the water and loss with a fork until it clings together,
mi. in: a Lightly floured surface to a 12-inch circle. Trans-
it) a pic plate and I rim Hie edges. Prick with a fork and hake
350 degrees fahrenheil for 12-15 minutes. Remove from oven
cool.
2 iiiN. margarine
l 'l' cups boiling water
1 tsp. fresh crrated lemon peel
Few drops of yellow food
coloring
Dnsh salt.
ii this, sugar
Th* Fillinn:
1 j cups su'ar
i cup corn starch
:r up fresh squeezed
Jonion juice
'/! i up cold water
3 egg yolks, well beaten
The Meringue:
3 i gg whites
Vt tsp, cream of tartar
In a saucepan mix sugar, corn starch and salt together,
with a wire whisk. Still using the whisk, gradually hlend in cold
water, then lemon juice untii smooth. Add beaten eijcr yolks,
blending very thoroughly. Add margarine, then add boiling
water gradually, stirring constantly with rubber spatula.
Gradually bring mixture to a full boil, stirring gently ami
eoT-tftantly with spatula over medium heat. Reduce heat slightly
as mixture begins to thicken. Boil slowly for one minute.
Remove from heat and stir in gratcxt peel and food coloring.
Pour hot filling into baked pastry shell. Let stand, allowing a
It-.;.- film to form while preparing the meringue.
Beat the whites for several seconds until frothy. Add cream
of tartar and Ix-at on high speed until forming soft peaks. Re-
duce speed and add the sugar one tablespoon at a time. Return
t' high speed until whites are fairly stiff but still glossy. Place
meringue on the hot filling in several mounds, then push gently
against inner edge of pie crust, sealing well.
Cover the rest of the filling by swirling the meringue, form-
ir^ decorative peaks with the spatula.
Bake at 350 for 12-15 minutes, until golden brown. Cool on
wire rack at room temperature away from drafts for two hours
before cutting. Use a sharp knife and dip into hot water after
t cut, for easier serving.
a a a
There is a nice relationship between the readers of this
ec.umn and me. The readers write me often for various reasons
Seme tell me that they have clipped out a recipe and then mis-
placer it. -o they ask for a reprint. Some just like to "shmoos"
a little. If. God forbid, there is a typographical error in a printed
r dpe, the readers respond immediately. And of course, there are
those who ask lor new recipes or suggest new ideas.
Your letters keep me very much in touch with what is going
01 and 1 welcome them all. However, it is not always possible to
comply with all the requests. I can only publish what may be of
Interest to the majority of readers. The recipe for Cheese Knishes
was asked for recently, and I hope it will satisfy many of you.
The knishes are "pockets" of tasty dough filled, in this recipe.
With two kinds of cheese. Note that the tilling contains cilsc
mashed potatoes for a hetar texture and easier handling.
CHEESE KNISHES
2 cups flour 2 eggs
1 tsp. salt '= cP o'l
1 this, water
2 tsp. onion flakes
1 tsp. seasoned salt
]t cup margarine
] tsp. baking powder
Filling
] cup mashed potato, s
8 oz. cream cheese
Vt cup grater cheddar cheese
Sift the flour into a bowl together with the salt and baking
powder. Beat the eggs with the oil and water and stir them into
the center of the flour. Mix with a wooden spoon and then con-
tinue kneading lightly with your hand The dough should be soft
and manageable; you may need to add another tablespoon of
water.
Let the ball of dough rest in a covered clean bowl. While i<
is resting, prepare the filling: Make one cup of mashed potac-jes,
(either freth or from instant) add all other ingredients and mix
Wtil.
Roll out half the dough at a time. Roll it again to be e-en
thinner. Cut into four-inch circles or squares. Put a small mound
of filling in the center and flatten it so it becomes a 1%-indl
round. Fold the rest of the dough over it, pinch the folded dough
to secure the filling. Put on a greased cookie sheet, folded side
down. Brush the tops with more oil. Bake at 350 degrees for
50-60 minutes, until the knishes are golden brown. Makes about
I. Fulton, owner, kneels with the greyhound
which won the eighth race at Flagler Ken-
nel Club Wednesday, July 26, proceeds of
which went to benefit Miami's Jewish Home
for the Aged (Douglas Gardens). From left to
right are Mrs. Andrea Nimon, Mrs. Heather
Kravitz, Mrs. Aaron Kravitz, George Fire-
stone, who is presenting the Winners' Cup,
Mrs. Jerri Resnick, Mrs. Shari Silverman,
president of the home's auxiliary, and Mrs.
Leonard Gold.
Summer Suppers Served
At Landing, Promenade
The Landing, at 309 NE Miama-
rina Parkway Dr., is serving in-
formal summer suppers starting at
! p.m. every night except Mon-
days. After dinner, watching the
boats along the Inira-Costal Wa-
terway or walking around the Mi-1
amarina on the loggia is a pleasant
way to end the evening.
For a more substantial repast,
the Promenade Restaurant lo-
cated atop the Landing, serves un-
til midnight, with the El Gitano
Trio appearing nightly except
Mondays,
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Friday. August 4, 197?
LOgers Appoints
ihirley Joseph
Continued from Page 1 -II
fields of education, science and
culture. Since its inception, the
national commission has focused
on interests and rights of youth
and minority groups, which the
'NCJW says has also been its
concern over the past 80 years.
Mrs. Joseph, a boatV member
of the NCJW, is a leader in the
Jewish and genera! communities,
serving on the board of gover-
nors of the United Federation of
Buffalo, the United Jewish Fund
campaign (as chairman of its
Women's Divi'oni ** *"*
American Field Service Commit-
tee.
Judge Nachwalter's Topic Is
'Corruption In Government'
Hialeah Gardens Muni ipal
Nachwalter will
bt fore the Hialeah Miami-
Lakes Lions Club at 7 p.m. Tues-
day. The meeting will be held at
8300 W 12th Ave.. Hialeah.
Ige Nachwalter. whose I pic
wi'i I),. "Corruption in Govern-
ment," was nominated in 1969 as
one of Dad' County's outstandin
citizens He lias a long record of
judicial, legal, and community In-
volvement, nn ded of th" Flori 'a Mun
Judges Agso iatfon, the South Mt-
ep i Bar Association, and Par -:i'
r. Parkway Children's Out"!-
Sports Complex
At Temple Sinai In
Memory Of Lipmans
A new sports complex is being
erected on the grounds of Temple
Sinai through the generosity of
the Lipman family, including Mr..
and Mrs. Abby Lipman. Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Lipman, Mr. and Mrs.
; William Lipman Mr. anj Mrs. Sol
i Brody, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Fradin
; and Mr and Mrs. David Harris.
The complex will initially con-
sist of two tennis courts, a basket-
hall court, three shufflehoard
.t..... and a paddle court. These
facilities are being constructed fo.-
the temple's youth groups, but wii.
al It will be located iinmedi-
ly to the north of the Lipmai. I
v luth i' >r which was on iwed
'> the Lipman family fK year:
Thi< sports playground is being
presented to Temple Sinai in mem-'
ory of their parents, Max and Ella
Lipman. and other members of |
their family. Gerl Liftman Brody. I
Arlene Lipman, and Jeff Dessak,
! the son of Mrs, William Lipman,'
who v : ab iard the ill-fated plane
which crashed In Spain last I
January
Grundwerg Named Treasurer
Moses J. Grundwerg, attorney
and certified public accountant, has
been named treasurer for the U.S.
Congressional campaign of Jay
Dermer, candidate for District 14
(Central Dade County).
Obituaries
The entir sports complex, and
mal parking, will be ready
for use by 111- beginning of the
,.'-...,i .-,.,.. | >;,,t,t mber,
LEGAL NOTICc
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
k NOTICE is llKKKr.Y HIVEN that
the lllrl'-t !)' II---I. lllll:' l-HKaff) ill
bu^incH* undtr 'I I I i i m** "i
I r -; 11 Si i \ :" .il 1 1041 S VV,
i.i Terrace, Nllnml 33143 intend* t<>
i .- Haiti Mam.- with the Cl
Mi i "Ii hi' i lourl of I lade i unt..
I'M.. Ida.
HAROLD Win I"
s i ; i i -,
NOTICF. UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE iq HRHRBY GIVEN thnt
in- undersigned, desiring to engage in
.:;,:,/ .....! 'i fii mi..ii< ....mi- ,.r
D,FE.A8TB.....V8 ,. I'm Box N.,
'i'l name with
:!;:;,:,-V-.:r; Clrcu" <"-mad..
EMAXUEL FIVKKl.
1 ii." 28 S/4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
:.n|li-:-: IS HEREBY GIVEN Hint
In, uiul i lK*niad, de i> ne in
hu in" k under the firtlil iu mime ..i
Barry M Qliuif man, ML ni B.I
167 i. so-.'. North Miami lii-ai-h,
i-'li. i.i. ntend to registei -:. i,l name
the i "ii-rl: ..f the C'lr-'U't I ourt of
k>:'.- r.'ounty, Florida
I'm 'I Ulnssman, M.D., 1' a.
N K 167th '' No Mia. Boh.
i-'i ..I:.! ti Avrach, P a
\i mii-.vn for
ii.. n ..i i llasnman, M t'. P a.
42'/ Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, l-'la.
1/4-11-18-35
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
tht1 undersigned, desiring to engage i"
bunines.s under the flotlllous name of
Ab -hi.ana Associates at numl>er 104N
Knoe Conrourne. in the City of Bay
Harbor i lai .1- Florida,, intends tn
register the Maid name with tin- Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
Dated at Bay Harbor Islands, Flor-
ida, this IT, day of Julv, 1972.
TUB MIAMI ALOORNQUIN CORP.,
a Florida coporatlcfn
Sole owner
NELSON A FEI.DMAX. PA.
Attorney for Applicant
1125 Kane Concourse
Bay Harbor Islands, Fla. SS154
8/4-ll-l8-r,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to .-him.-, in
business under the fictitious name of
SIRKIN BUII.DINO CO. at One Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach, Florida
33139, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
ALAN SIRKIN
HARRIS & SIRKIN, P.A.
Attorneys for Applicant
12th Floor Dade Federal Tlldg.
Miami. Florida 33131
7/28 8/4-11-18
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-15384
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN RE: The Marriage of
K" iNSTANTINE ROBERT
KOSTOVIC.
Petitioner,
.MARILYN JOAN KOSTOVIC.
Respondent
Defendant.
YOtr MARILYN JOAN KOSTOVIC.
Respondent, ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED to file your written defense to
thia Dissolution of Marriage with the
Court's Clerk and serve a copy upon
Petitioner's Attorneys, VON ZAMFT
ft SMITH. Suite 4K, Continental
Building. 420 South Dixie Hwy., Coral
Oables, Fla. 33146 on or before the 8
day of September, 1!I72, else the Com-
plaint will be taken as confessed.
DATED: Julv 27. 1972.
E B TJBATHBV O'ERK
BY: C. P. COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
?Circuit Court Seal)
8/4-11-18-2B
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DAnr COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 7?.1*753
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE M \RIMAOF. OF
DORT -x VINCENT U if-
and
""'I rvrirvT, Husband
TI > Peter Vincent
No 2 Eunice I "
Terry town, N Y.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thnt an action for Dissolution >.f Mar-
riage lias been filed against you anil
you are required to serve a copy of
your ntten defenses. If any, to it
on DAVID E. STONE, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 101 N.V".
12th Avenue. Miami. Florida, anil file
the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before Soot
8, 1974!: otherwise a default will he
entered against you for the relief de-
manded In the comnlamt or petition.
This notice shall lie published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIPIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami, Florida on
this 2 dav of Aug.. 197"
E B I EA'CHERM \\\
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By R. M KISSER
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
DAVID E STONE
stone \ SOBTCHIN
101 N.w. 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida 22121
3R8-4222
Attorney for Petitioner
8/4-11-18-2.%
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE"S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-3847
FRANK R. DOWLINO
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
.11'' 1CS I. LESSINO
Defended.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing1 Claims or Demands Against Said
Estnte:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims nnd de-
mands which \.iu may have against
the estnte of JtJLTTS L IESSINO
.-. .pau.,,1 inie of Dade County. Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, nnd file the same In dupli-
cate and as nrnvided In Section 733.-
16, Florida Statutes. In their offices
In the County Courthouse in Dade
County, Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
he barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 1st
day of August. AD. 1972.
ROBERT L. OROVBR
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 4 day of August. 1972
GRoYEK WEINSTEIN A
STAI'BER P.A.
BY: SHERW1N STAUBER, ESQ.
Attorney for Estate of
Julius L Lessing, dee'd
350 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
8/4-11-18-25
LEVIN
Dr. Leo If., 64. of 825 Fairway Dr..
died Sunday, July 30. A resident
of Miami Beach for the past 26
years, Dr. Levin came here from
Cleveland. Ohio. He was a member
of Temple Beth Sholom. a past
president of the Miami Beach Zion-
ist chapter, and was on the staff of
Mount Sinai Hospital. St. Francis
Hospital. Miami Heart Institute and
Jackson Memorial Hospi'al. He was
currently serving as governor of
the Southeastern Region of the I'.S.
for til-- piii Delta Kpsiion medical
fraternity. Dr. Levin was a dlplo-
mate of the American Board Of In-
ternal Medicine, a fellow of the
American College of Chest Physi-
cians, an associate fellow of the
. of Cardiology, a fellow of tin- .
American Geriatric Society, a mem- I
her of Hibiscus Lodge a-nd thi
ami S.otti.-h Hit- He is survive! |
by his widow, Edith, son Albert..
daughters Jane, Mrs Deborah Nobil I
and Adrlenne, a sister Mrs F.thcl ,
Sadowsky. Services were held Tues- ;
da) In Temple Beth Sholom under
the direction of Newman Funeral
Home, Interment was in Mt Nabo
i .-in, i. i >
Dr. Isaiah Rabinovich, 69
Hebrew Writer, Educator
TORONTO (JTA) Dr. Isaiah |
Rabinovich, educator, Hebrew
u liter and labor Zionist, died
here last week at the age of 69.
He waa for many years principal
Of the Toronto Farband Folk
School and was a faculty member
of the College of Jewish Studies
in Chicago before retiring.
Dr. Rabinovich, who received I
his doctorate from the Jewish
Theological Seminary in New
York, was the author of several
looks on Hebrew letters. He re-,
celved the Louis Lamed Prize in |
1947.
DEGLIN. Louis. 78. >"> Meridian
Ave. Gordon.
ROBBINS. Joe. 70. of Hallandale.
Riverside.
RUBIN, Eli. 67. 17000 XE Uth Ave.
Gordon.
GOLORICH, Mildred. 72, 1SSS NB
173rd St. Riverside.
WERNICK, Belle.. 70,.800 West Aye,
Riverside.
OFFENHENDEN, Sam. 76, 7000
Crespi Blvd. Gordon.
PEARL, I-ouls, 66. 7.^37 Mutiny Ave.
Gordon. Interment Mt. Neho.
STONE. Harold, 65, 993.". Collins Ave.
Gordon.
UNGER, Goldie B., 69, of Miami
Beach. Riverside.
SHERMAN. Edward, SO. 4390 Collins
Ave Riverside.
GOLD. Bather C. of Miami. River-
Fide. Interment Mt. N'elio.
RUBIN. Isldor, 73. lL'i'7 Meridian
A\.- Gordo'n. Interment Mt Nebo.
SCHMOOKLER, I >r Albert, 57, Of
Miami Beach. Riven I le
Shlansky. Philip, 82, of Bay
Harbor Islands. Kit erside
STEINBERGER. Adolph, 71 of
North Miami Beach Riverside.
STYLER. Julius. 71. 1811 S Ocean
in Hallandale. Levitt Interment
Ml N.ho
SWIDLER. Jay Alan. 39, 1250 Ni-:
tSrd si Blasberg
arguin, Jeanette, 63, 850 15th SI
Riverside.
ROFF. Jack, 7". 1537 Jefferson Ave
Riverside
SCHwarz, George. 72, 18700 NI-:
Mli Ave Riverside.
blumenfeld. Samuel, 83, 1820
Collins Ave Levitt.
farb, Sam. 77. 7336 Ocean Ter.
Levitt.
HOWARD. David 1! 73. of Miami
Beach. Riverside.
KAPLAN, Louis A 89, of Miami
Beach Riverside.
SHECTER, Julia, 79, 1^7". N BIs-
caj c.e i't. I'.la berg
SCHILLING. Samuel, 7.'.. of Miami
Beach Riverside.
SCHWARTZ, Bert, '.-. Rlvei Ii
krutzman. i:..s.. 76. 640 Pennsyl-
vania Ave. Riverside.
BASCH, Paul, 80, 8325 S\\
Ave Gordon Interment Star
David
fliegler, (Caiman, 7'.. of Miami
Beach. Riverside Interment Mt.
Nebo.
LEE. Edgar, ,,t Hallandale I.
perlstein. Harry, 66, of Laud
dali Lakes i:i\i rslde.
SCHMERLING. Reuben. Riverside
WARM, Joseph. 72, of North Miami
Beach. Riverside.
BRADIE, Beatrice 3., 78, of Fort
Lauderdnle. Riverside.
JAN IS, Harold, 76, of Miami Beach
Riverside.
MARMUREK, Mollle. 70. of Hallandale
Riverside.
GREEN BLATH, Abraham M.. 7."..
1S0O Bay Rd. Riverside. "
KANER. Sara, 52, 18638 NE 18th A\-
BlasbeDC.
PROGOSH, Ixuis, 79. 18900 NE 3rd
Ct. Gordon.
SOLOMON, Abraham. 88. 6881 Bay
Dr. Gordon.
WHITE, George Daniel. 43. of Wayi
Pa. Gordon. Interment Mt. N'ebo
ROTHSTEIN. Harry. 81. 900 Jeffer-
son Ave. Riverside.
VALANCY. Becky, 74, 8S1 Meridian
Ave. Riverside.
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Friday. August 4. 1972
*k^istncrkHur
Page 11-B
UGAl NOTICE
LEG AI NOTICE
IECAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIOA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2960
(.ledge Blanton)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
JI'LIA ". SIIKA
Deceased. .. iu .
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Uenmuda Anaiiist Said
Estate:
You arc hereby notified and required
to pr' sent any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
late of JULIA C. SHEA deceased lain
of Dade County. Florida, to the
County Judues of Dude County, and
file the same In duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.1C. Florida Stat-
utes, In their offices in the County
Courthouse In Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same uill be barred.
IVated at Miami. Florida, this lii
day of July. A.D. 1973.
i-.rrii uxdsat
As Executrix
Flint publication of this notii
tin- U day of July. 1972.
BERNARD A WIEDER
Attorney for Estate
40? Unroln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
7/21-2S S 4-11
IN
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIOA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1888 Dowling
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
LSD M. RIKTA.NV
Deceased,
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
inc Claims or Demands Against Said
Estat
r.ll
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 MARRIAGF.
IN KB', The Marriage of
NANCY LEE LF.DDY.
Petitioner,
and
ROBERT NORMAN LEDDY.
Respondent.
To: ROBERT NORMAN LEDDY
U10 Transverse Avenue
Pittsburgh, Pa.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if uny. to it on
Tnllanoff ft Bador. Esqs., attorneys
f<>r Petitioner, whose address is 420
i.iiHOtn Road. Miami Beach, Florida.
andOta the original wHh the clerk of
the 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
i li'lon,
This notice shall be published once
each Week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami, Florida on
this 18 day of July. 1678.
B. K. LEATHKRMAX.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By R- E. SHEA
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Bean
TAIJANOKF & BADER. ESQS.
30 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida .13139
Attorneys for Pe.iUoner^^^^^
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. 72-14135
, ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
I IN RE: Marriage between
IJl'l'V THOMAS
Y..U ar. hereby notified and required I'ctltionor
to present any claims and demands I
IE6AL NOTICE
h- you- may'have'drainst th?*** ; WJEggJ .TIt0*'*8'''"
tale of LEO M. BISTANY deceased
late of Dade County. Florida, to the
County Judges ot l>ade County, and
file the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided In Section 733.16, Florida Stat-
utes. In the County Courthouse in
Dade County, Florida, within six cal-
endar months from the time of the
first publicatioou hereof, or the. same
will be borred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this :7th
day Ot July. A.D. 1972.
WALLACE N. MAER
Suite No. I, Court View Bldg.,
144U NW 14th Avenue
.Miami, Fl. M13S
As Administrator
Flrsl publication of this noli.-,, on
WALLACE N. MASK
the 4 day of August. 1973.
Attorney for Administrator
Suite No. 1, Court View Btdg .
144') NW 14th Av..
Miami. Fl. 3312".
8/4-I1-1S-2.".
Ml,.,,.
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. 72-11595
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in RE; The Marriage of
LAUKENA WILLIAMS. Wile
Petitioner
and
JAMES WILLIAMS, Husband
Respondent
TO: JAMES WILLIAMS
1587 N.E. Miami Place
Miami, Florida
YOt: ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar- 1
riuge has been filed against you nud
you are rcquiri d to serve a copy of'
your written defenses. If any, to it
on Daniel Keller, attorney for Petl- j
tloner. whose address Is 10"". Congress I
Building. Miami, Florida, a'nd file j
the original with the Clerk of the j
above my led court on or before Aug- |
umI SI, lfi73; 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 week*
in THE JEWISH FLOKIDIRN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami, Florida uu this
M day of July. 1971
E. 11. IJ-JATHERMAX.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
Bv C. P. OOPELAND
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
DANIEL RETTEK
lOOS Congress Building
Miami. Florida 33132
Attorney for Petitioner
7/38 K.4-I1-1S
Respondent
TO: ROBERT THOMAS
mrj-l/l East 4th Street
Anderson. Indiana
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an aotlr/n for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
vim are rvquircd io serve a copy of
your written defences, if any. to It
on RO.NAIJ* A. ALTER. ESQ. OHO-
VEIL WBINSTEIN A STAFBF.R.
I*. A. attorney for Petitioner, whose
address Is 330 Lincoln Itnud. Miami
Beach. Florida and file rlie or-
iginal with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before Aug-
ust S3, 1973: otherwise a default will
he entered against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or peti-
tion.
This notice shall be published one-
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH I'liORfDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the senl
of said court at Miami. Florida, on
this 12 day of July. IMS.
B. B I.KATHF.RMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade Countv. Florida
By R. E SHEA
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal!
OROVER, W EINSTEIN *
BTAPRBR. PA.
330 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Bv: Ronald A. Alter
"l0"fVn-l-28 J<4
IN THE COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
N. 72-2455
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
SAMIKLO. MALKAN.
I >,-., ased.
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing claims or Demand! Against said
Bstate:
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demand -
which you may have against lh>- -s-
lal. of SAMTKl. ed late ot Dade County, Florida, to
the County Judg-s of Dade county,
and fib' the MUnC in duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.1A, Florida
Statutes, in the County Courthouse In
Dade County, Florida, within six cal-
endar months from the time of the
tlrst publication hereof, or the same
will be barred.
Dated al Miami, Florida, this 21
da) of July. A.D. l!'72.
RUTH B RON RON
As Executrix
First publication of this
the 2s day of July. 1972.
JOSEPH 8CIIMIKR. KBQ
attorney for Estate
IMNi Lincoln Road
Miami R-iioh, I'lorlda
7 2S
IN
________UCAl NOIKI _______
THE COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT*
.ii.
on
> 4-ll-lli
IN THE COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-3488
tfOTICE TO CREDITORS
Iu RE: Estate Of
LEA OOl DI-'EIN
-- sons II.iv- BOBBY Y.ELL HI 'CUES
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIOA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No. 72-15196
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. DADE COUNTV.
Caee No. 72-14164
FLORENTfNO ESTRADA.
Plaintiff.
OMELIO MEDINA and
SARA I .MEDINA, his wife.
Defendants.
TO: OMELIO MEDINA and SARA
I. MEDINA, his wife,
RESIDENCE V.NKNOWN.
YOV ARE notified that a Complaint
for Lien Foreclosure, on property in
Dade County. Florida, legally described
""Lot :.. In Block S. of SWEET-
WATER ESTATES, according U>
the Plat thereof, as recorded In
Plat Book 3S, pare IS. of the Puf-
lic Records of Dade County, Flor-
ida,
has been filed acalnst you and you
are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any. to It on
OOIJDMAN. OOI.DSTION & PA-
C7.IER, attorneys for Plaintiff, whose
address la: 201 West Flngler Street. I
Miami. Florida. 3313'. on or before '
\ugust 21. 1972, and tile the original ,
with the Clerk of this Court either,
I,, lore service on Plaintiff's Attorn- y |
or immediately thereafter: otherwise.
a default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the Com-
plaint. I
WITNESS my hand and trio s- at
Of Alls Court on the 13 day ot July. |
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NO. 72.13625
NOTICE OF ACTION
IRVlNi; CYFEN, Trustee.
Plaintiff,
vs.
CLAIRE WARREN, LESLIE
KENItrCK. NANCY WINTERS,
PSTttlCIA STI'TTS and STANLEY
WARREN, as Executor of the
Ratata of I-aul Warren.
deceased,
Ueicndants.
TO: LESLIE KENRTCK
P.O. l!..\ P13#
Freaport, Bahamas
PATRICIA STI'TTS
i-sa Eaton Crest Drive
K.itoMtou a. New J.ise>' "77:'l
YOC AND EACH OF yor ARE.
HEREBY NOTII-TEJ) that an action
for Interpleader has been filed against
you and you are required to serve a
Copy of your Answer or other written
delens-s. If HtlV, to It oil ALAN B
RRODY. ERQ., CYPBN A NEVINH.
Attorneys for Petitioner, vhose a-1-
ir. is :: Arthur Undfrey Road.
Miami Beach. Florida 13140. and file
the original with the clerk of the
above Htylod court on or before Aug-
ust 31. I97S; otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint.
Tlii notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my Tiand and the seal of
anld court at Miami. Florida, on ihis
;; day of julv. 1072.
E. B. LEA THERM S N.
As ClTk. Circuit Court
Dnde fV.unly. Florid;.
P.y C. p. COPra AND
A" Denuty Clerk
Al-\N T RROpY
CYPEN *. NEV1NS
Attorneys for Petitioner
%SH trtiiur Codfrey Road
Miami Beach, Florida 3314".
7/M S 4-11-11
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIOA
IN PROJATE
No. 72-3271 IPnmml
NOTICE OF PROBATE
In RE: Estate .-I
ROSALIND W. SAMl'ELS
I leceawed.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
TO ALL PERSONS [NT*:RE3fTE IN
THE ESTATi: OK SAID DECADENT.
You are hereby notiln d tb.'it writ-
ten histrumenis purportlnK to ha tnn
last will nr.d tentamnat and l-'in-t-nnd
Second Codicils thereto ot said de-
cedent have been admitted to t>r-
bate in said Court. You are hereby
commanded within sis i-iiei.i.ir
months from the date ot the first
laihlicatiou of this notice to appeal In
sHid curt and ahow cause, it any
you can, why the action ot sain Court
in admitting said will and oBiciM
thereto to probate should not stand
unrevokeil.
SI'ARRKR. ZEMEL. ROSKIN AND
llllll.BRONNER. t'.A.
Attorney for Executor
Ion N. Biscayne BoulevarU
.Miami. Florida 33132
ARTHI.'K W. PKI.MM
Countv Judm-
By LOIS F. PASTORI IE1.D
Clerk
First publication of this notice oa
the 14 da) ol July, K>,'2.
C .1. SEAL
__________________7/H-S1-2SJ/4
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIOA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-28
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIACI'. oE
WYNEMA SCHWARTZ,
Wife 11
and
LION SCHWARTZ.
Husband.
TO: Mrs. Wynem.i BchwarU
lux N. Pennsylvania Avenue
Oklahoma City, Oklahuma
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action lor Dissolution of Mar-
ina has been filed aiMinst you and
you ura re(|uir d to serve a copy -if
vour written defenses. If any. to it
on ALBERT WILENSKY, ESti., at-
tornny for Petitioner, whose address
i.- 1104 Concord I'.uildinir, ') West
l-'laxb-r Stre-t. Miiimi Kl-irida 33130
(::.",H-3.',7). and fib- the orliriiial with
the .|,.rk of the above styled court 00
or before Auk. 30, 1972; otherwise a
default will he entered ..e.,o. you f->r
the relief demi'id.-l ill the complaint
or petition.
Tills notice shill be published onc^
e;u-1i week for f.>ur consecutive Weekn
In THE .TEWT8T1 FI-ORlDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the >hiI of
said curt at Miami. Florida on this
SI day of July. IMS.
K. B. I.EATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
I>ade County. Florida
By R. M KISSl'.E
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Curt Seal) a/M1.lg|
l!)7S,
i-:
To All Creditors and All Perapi
inn Claims or Demands AgMnat Said
V'Hi lire hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have auninst the es-
tate of LEA (iOLOFEIN deceased
late of D.lde County. Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.16, Florida Stat-
utes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse In Dade County. 1- lorlda.
within six calendar months 4,rom the
time of the first publication hereof, or
the same will be barred.
Bated at Miami. Florida, this 21 day
ol .lulv, A D. 1878. ....
LAURENCE (iOl.lll'l.lN
As Executor
Find publication of this nol..... on
. the M dav of July. 1972
LfROMBERO. FTvOMBBRG .".-
ROTH, PA.
Bv: PHILIP M SE'lAL
Attorney for Executor
Suite M-V2. Riscuync Bldg.
.Miami. Fin
B. I.EATHERMAN
Clerk of Court
By i: MILES
Deputy Clrrk
7/21-2* *'4-ll
filed to im-
S0111I1 VI .'.
of Tract :,.
-oordlna
j 28 s 1-11-is j
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-13351
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
TN RE: THE MARRIAOE OF
ARTHUR PR-IEST.
Husband
and
MARY PRIEST
Wife.
TO: MARY PRIEST ______,.
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed auainst you and
you are required to serve a copy of
vour written defenses, if any. to It
on RICHARD J. BEAMISH III. at-
torney for Petitioner, whose address
is 3CM Van Buren Street, Hollywood.
Florida 3320. and file the original
with the. clerk of the above styled
court on or before Auir. 11. ID. 2:
otherwise a default will be entered
auainst you for the relief demanded
In the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
iii Till: JEWISH ELOIUDLVN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
2 day of June. 1972
E. B, I.EATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dnde County. Florida
By R V. h'ISSEE
As Denutv Clerk
I (fir,nl 1 Court Seal)
RICSARD .1 BEAMISH 111
' 23li Van Buren Street
Hollywood. Florida 331)20
Attorney for Petitioner
KM-M7 or S44-7-.77
7/7-14-21-28
Plaintiff,
va.
LKSSli; MAE Hl'GHKS
Defendant,
YOC, I.ESSIE MAE Hl'OIIES. resi-
dence Route 3-343, Brandon. Missis-
sippi, are required to file your answer
to the complaint herein
pre'- lien mi
The West RS fl of the
ft. of the East 292.S ft
WEST I,ITT IE It IV El
to th. Pint thereof as recorded in
Bl it Book 34, Page 19, of the Pub-
ii,- Records of Dade County, Flor-
ida j
ALSO KN"WN AS:
Lot :-| and the West 13 ft. of I.ot
3:.. Block a, WEST 1.ITTI.K RIV-
ER. 1.....ordjim to the Plat ihor'-oi
as recorded In Phil Rook 14, Page
7.1 of the Public Records ol Dad
County, Florida,
with the Clerk "i fhe above Court and
Serve a copy thereof upon Herman
Cohen. Esq., 1310-11 Congress Bldg.,
.Miami Florida, on or before August
or else complain) will b<
d Dated: July *, 1072.
E It. I.EVTHERMAN
Cl.rk. circuit Conn
By: R M KISS 1:1:
Dcpuu Clerk
7 2D 8 1-11-19
28, 1V,
eonfe
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No 70-4191
IN RE: Estate of
MoRKIS KAPLAN
Deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that we
have filed the Final Report and Peti-
tion for Distribution and Final Din-
charge as Administrators of the es-
tate of MORRIS KAPLAN, d......ase.L
and that on the 4lh day of Septem-
ber, l72, will apply to the Honorable
County Judges of Dade County,
Florida, for approval of said Final
Report and for distribution and final
I discharge as Administrators of the
I estate --f the above-named decedent
This 27 day "i July. 197*.
ill.idys Biamond
Joseph Scbniier
I JOSEPH SCHMIER, ES'.'CIRE
; Attorney
1 iiii.1 Lincoln Road. Suiie 206
I .Miami Reai h, Florida M1J9
8 4-II-IH-25
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIOA
CASE NO. 72-15078
OIVISION.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In the Marri ore of:
SIMON SKIRI'STFNAS.
husband
and
JEANHTTA SKIRP8TUNAS.
Wife
YOC. JEANBTTA SKIRPSTI'NAS.
I:. i,l. :i- I'tiknown. an notified to
serve a ennj of your answer 10 Peti-
tion For Dissolution of Mnrringe filed r
nvalnal you, on Husband's lawyer. 1
OEOROE N'b'IHM.AS. BIS NW ISIh
Avenue, Miami. Florida 331S6, and lib-
original itb Clerk of this Court cm
or hefor Auausl 31, 1972, otherwise
Petition 'ill I.......nfessid by you
DATED- July 21 1972
K It LEATHERMAN, Clerk
By: P. CORFI.AND HI
11 "ir- uii Vurt Se.il i
'. Jk \ 4-11-IS
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV.
CIVIL ACTION 72-15356
SUIT FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
JEROME L. PEBIXrW.
Petitioner
RONNIR I. PEEU'W.
Respon-b-nt
to. Bonnie l. perlow
c'o Hy C.ardner
41.7 Stratford Road
Brin-M\n. New York
You. RONNIE U 1'ERI.oU. fi
hereby noildei that a Bill o! Co
nlalnt for Dissohttlon of Marriage hi-|
filed aciin-t rou, and you arn
I |n s."\e a cony of vour An-1
...- pleading to ih- Bill of d-m-l
nlabil 011 th* Plaintiffs attorney,!
RONALD Al TER. ESi c .. t!l:n-
VER WE1NRTEIN X- STAIT.LR. P -M
-.-.n 1 Incoln Road, Miami Reach, Flr-"
Ida an' f'b- the orlnlnal AnswW
ding In the ..ffi.......' the 1 lei*
Circuit Cotirl mi or before th*
of Sent ember, 1972 If vou iWI M
-,,. iudum-nt by defnuli will hi
I VOU f'-r 'he relief lie
......II
uir
-1. :
ill,
dav
do
I.-ill
nan
l-'lol
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (HVEN that
the undersigned, deairlng Io engoge
;>i business under the fictitious name
of PEOPLE'S APPETIZER at I3K
WashiliKlon Avenue. Miami B-:ob
Fin. Intend In register sold name with
I he Cl.rk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
JUDITH (U'ARDINO
CHARLES C.I'ARDIVi 1
Paul Kultney
Kwilney It Kronp
Attorney for appllea'nts
I2ii Lincoln Road
i- SV". -
name
in 1 ol
Miami Beach, Fl.
7 21-28 x 1-11
LNDUR
NAME LAW
NOTICE
FICTITIOUS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undii-siuin-.1. d.siriiiK to engage In
business under the fictitious names ol
Oeorgetown Oontemporory Oalleiies;
Ueorgeuorn Coniemporary Puruiiun
at 131 N. E. IT'.'lli St.. N Miami. Fin.
33tM ini-nds 10 roftater said names
With the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dad-- Crmnty, Florida
Iti-ontetown ilallerles. Inc.
Jack Blau, Preaidunl
TAl.IANOFF A BADER
Attorneys for
Ceoneeto n Galleries, Inc.
420 Uncoln Road
Miami Beach. FIs..
S3S-7227
7'2X "4-11 -IV
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
1 h> undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name o(
ALPES JEWELRY al 77" W. MUl
Street, Hial-ah. Fin. S3012 I'lio
1212 Intends t> register said
with ih- clerk of ib. Circuit c
liinl.- County, Florida.
JORGE VIVO
R/4-11-18-2.1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undarsigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious nani. ol
I.A 3 IN
11
Hi-
City of
regist
ih-
Fl-
I'l.
Clr-
rlda.
rlda,
W. Flogler Street.
Miami. Florida, intends
-aid name with the 1 lei* of
.nil Court of Dmle County.
Dated at Miami, Had.,
ibis 27th day of July, 1972.
1,1 IS R LOBE/
RODOLFO I. LOPEZ
s i-ll-18-23
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to ingage 111
business under the ficiltious name ol
LA MADAME BEAITY SALON at
inn. NW 119th Street. Miami. Flor-
ida Phone 888-28*7 Intends to register
-aid name with the Clerk of the 1 ir
cult Court of Bade Counly, Florida
MAR4A C CARIlON'NE
8'4-ll-Bi-2'.
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-15087
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
OER \I.DINK BARBARA
DIRTCKSON.
Petill......1.
and
ROBERT EDWIN IHRICKHON,
Bespondenl.
TO: Roiikrt EDWIN DIRICK80N
0 Winnie Roe. Mother
P. 11 Box 203
Deer Lodge, Montana
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage lias been filed againat you and
you arc required to serve a copy ot
vour written rtefenaea, if any. to It on
IIAXTEII A PRIED.M IN. attorney for
Pel it loner, whose address Is I s7". N.E.
IMrd Street, North Miami Reach.
Florida, and fib- the original with the
clerk of Hie above styled court on or
before Allgusl 2Mb. 1972: otherwise a
default win be entered against you
for the relief demanded in Ihe com-
plnim Or pillion.
This noiiee shall lie published once
each week for four consecutive woefcs
iii THE JEWISH FIORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal "f .
said court at Miami, Florida on this 25 [ '
das of July. 1972.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
As Cl.rk. Circuit Court
Bad. Comity, Florida
iu n I:van-
As Deputy Clerk
ICiri-uit Court Seali
RANTER FRIEDMAN
1873 N E Hard Btreel
North Miami Bench, Florida
Bv Harvey Baxter
Attorney 101 Petltlonet
7 n 4 -11 -1 <
mand.il In Ihe Bill of
This notice shall be
each w.ek for four r
i Tin-: ,ii:wish '.' 1
,lnlnl
nubllshed one
v. ,.,iti\.. week
I-I|>1 \N
nONE \N" ORDERED Bl NfUim
"V^'/thi. : dav of Ji.br AD. V.
F V. 1 E\THERM \N leek.
Circuit Court. Dn'' r....nty, Flor
Bv R E SHEA
I lemi'v Cbrk
ir.....nil Court s.-'i
RON D \ A 'rn'" Fo
,. ,. HOOVER WEINSTI'.IN ft
STVCBER PX
-.o 1 1.....-In R.....'
Miami B......h. F"ri.i-i
Attorney for Plnlntifl
I ILIV.1'
THE COUNTV junr.E'S COUR
im asm Fr>P
DADE rOBNTV. Fi ORIDA
IN PRClOATE
Nrf 71-e'"!',
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Rotate of
llll DA M LEVY
Di......>ed
To AH Creditors and All Persi
inc claims or Remands Agnl
' You are hereby notified and
to present any claims and
- it 11
-1 S:il
1, HUir
il.imni
, which vou may have Benin* the
: ,ate of llll dv M. I-EVY deceas
i late of Dad. County, Florida, Io t
I County Judges of Dad.- Count
I file Ihe same in dunllcal
vlded in Section 733. Hi.
j ules. in their offices ii
1 Courthouse In Dade Co
! within slv calendar mm
i the first publication her
.. the same will I" barred
Dated :il Miami Florida
day of July. AD 1972 ,.,.,.,, .
ETHEL MEDFOHD 1*1 KIUI
As Eteoutrix
First publication of tins nolle*
the 4 dav of August, IMS
HERBERT 7. MARVIN
I.ARSON AND MARVIN
Attorney' for Executrix
777 NW 1z Wemii
Miami. Florida S31SH
v l-H-ll-al
and as pi
Florida Still
the Coun|
in ly, Flo
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THE FINEST NAME BRAND GIFTS!
USDAi
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TOP U.S. CHOICE WESTERN
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