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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
August 11, 1972

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Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
August 11, 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).

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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AA00010090:02271

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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 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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Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 45 Number 32
Miami, Florida Friday, August 11, 1972
Two Sections F:ice 20 c^nts
IN DISPUTE OVER BORDER VILLAGES
Premier Meets with Archbishop Raya
JERUSALEM (JTA) Police
arrested 20 Arab demonstrators
after they had seized four aban-
doned structures in Baram to
protest a government decision
baring former residents of Bar-
lam and Ikrit, two villages on
the Lebanese border, from re-
settling in the two sites.
The action came shortly after
an announcement from Prime
Minister Gold* Meir's office that
she would meet this week with
Greek Catholic Archbishop Jo-
seph Raya to discuss the gov-
ernment's decision, which has
touched off wide debate in Is-
rael.
During their meeting, which
took place Tuesday, the Premier
declared that the government's
decision was irreversible and ex-
plained that the former inhabi-
tants of 20 other evacuated vil-
lages would seek to return to
their homesites if such a prece-
dent was set.
Making no effort to hide his
disappointment, the Archbishop
declared that he would not ac-
cept her statement and would
r
ji.hu. ^ i i,i, i ii.i yr
News Briefs
Si
I
i
Tapes Ready For Distribution
NEW YORK The concluding programs of "Dateline Israel,
1972." featuring Arnold Forster, general counsel of the Anti-Defa-
mation League of B'nai B'rith, is now ready for distribution to
radio stations throughout the country. Mr. Forster taped these
programs during the past six years on his semi-annual visits to
Israel. They are available to the nation's radio stations without
charge as a public service of the league through its regional offices.
The first 13 programs in the series were broadcast over some 403
stations.
Druse Named To Embassy Post
JERUSALEM (JTA)Zeidan Atshe, a 32-year-old Druse
political scientist from Haifa, has been appointed as Israeli consul
to New York in charge of information, the Foreign Ministry an-
nouncec1. An assistant lecturer at Haifa University and correspond-
ent on Israeli television, Atshe plans to take up his new post next
week.
Maiden Voyage For Zim Haifa
GENOA (JTA 1The 25.000-ton Zim Haifa, the first con-
tainer ship to bear an Israeli flag, was scheduled to leave a Genoa
shipyard on its maiden voyage to New York this week.
Jewish Croups Meet With Chancellor
NEW YORK (WNS) -Representatives of the American Jew-
ish Congress, the American Jewish Committee, the Jewish Labor
Committee and the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith met
with New York City School Chancellor Harvey Scrihner to demand
the removal of Luis Fuentes, newly appointed superintendent of
School District No. 1 in the Lower East Side. Fuentes has been
accused of making anti-Semitic and anti-Italian remarks while he
was principal of Public School 155 in Brooklyn.
Tax Reform Bills Revised
WASHINGTON (WNS) Sen. Gaylord Nelson D.-Wisa) and
Rep. James Corman (D.-Calif.) sponsors of tax reform bills that
would] have seriously affected bequests to Israel, have amended
their bills to eliminate the threat. Eliminated were clauses setting
a "floor" on charitable contributions and permitting deductions for
tax purposes only if the bequests "were to be used predominantly
within the United States or any of its possessions."
Israel 'Neutral In U.S. Elections'
NEW YORK 'WNS) Israel's ambassador to the United
States, Yitzhak Rabin, told members of the Conference of Presi-
dents of Major American Jewish Organizations that in line with a
long-standing practice not to intervene in internal domestic politics
of other countries, Israel will remain non-partisan in the United
States presi :?ntial election. The conference will meet with President
Nixon and Sen. McGovern after the High Holy Holidays to hear
their views on issues of concern to American Jews.
Jewish Bloc Concept Deplored
WASHINGTON (WNSiThe president of B'nai B'rith de-
plored political campaigns that "imprudently and condescendingly"
approach the American Jewish community as "one issue" group of
voters. A "singular emphasis" on Israel, "which some supporters
of ea?h of the candidates seem to have mistakenly adopted." ig-
nores the diversity of issues to which the vast majority of Jewish
voters react." Dr. Davk": M. Blumberg of Knoxville, told a mid-year
meeting of the B'nai B'rith board of governors. "We would remind
candidates of all parties that Jews do not vote as a bloc or in re-
sponse to any single is6ue."
continue to protest it.
The settlers were evacuated
and the Maronite towns leveled,
except for their churches, in
1948 for security reasons. Arch-
tiers, who were helped to reset-
tle and given compensation.
Archbishop Khovni, leader of
the Maronitcs in I.ebanon and
Northern Israel, told a press
cision. The Archbishop, making
his annual visit to his co-re-
ligionists in Israel, said he was
not convinced by the "security"
argument and that he intends
bishop Raya has been acting as conference in Haifa that he did to try to persuade the govern-
spokesman foi the evacuated set- not accept the government's de- ment to reverse the ban.
All Quiet On The Western Front
As Second Anniversary Passes
TEL AVIV(JTA)All was
quiet on the western front of the
Suez Canal Monday, the second
anniversary of the cease-fire.
Helmetless Egyptian soldiers
were seen fishing off the west-
ern shores, some of them wading
deep in the water.
Military sources reported
nothing unusual on the Israeli
side; soldiers heard special lect-
ures marking the occasion, how-
ever.
Foreign Minister Abba Khun,
speaking to foreign newsmen,
said that recent Israeli-United
States contact** had shown no
signs of any changes in U.S.
policy since the ouster last
month of Soviet advisors from
Egypt by President Sadat. He
added that hot h the United st;it-
es and Israel believe the ouster
has significantly weakened the
Soviet strategic presence in the
Middle East.
Summing up Israel's position
on the second anniversary, Mr.
ban said Israel now has no rea-
son "to doubt the prudence and
Israel To Ship
Citrus To Japan
TEL AVIV (JTA) Next
season will mark the first time
Japan will receive organized
shipments of Israeli citrus
fruits, officials here reported
th:< week.
In the past, Japan has feare '.'
the introduction of Mid Ho East-
ern plant insets and has pro-
hibited the importation of Is-
raeli fruits. However, following
inspection of Israeli citrus fruits
by Japanese experts, an agree-
ment was reached in Tokyo re-
cently, the officials said.
The first shipments are plan-
ned for January, when Israel
will begin sending 650 crates of
grapefruit and ICO 000 crates of
oranges which are expected to
be shipped during the season,
Mordcehai Makleff. general di-
rector of Israel's Citrus Market-
ing Board, added.
A Japanese expert is expected
in Israel to supercisc the orange
groves and approve the ship-
ments. The Marketing Board has
already detailed special groves
from which the fruits will be
picked, he said.
Meanwhile, it was learned that
Egypt is opening a "secondl
front" acainst Israel in the Eur-
opean citrus market. During the
current season, Egypt has sent
100,000 tons of citrus fruits at
low prices to Europe. According
to Pinhas Ginsburg, the Euro-
pean reoresentative of the Is-
raeli Marketing Board, Egypt
plans to increase its citrue ex-
ports to Europe.
efficacy" of its decision on Aug.
1, 1970 to respond positively to
the U.S. initiative which led to
the cease-fire.
He listed six item-, "on the
credit side of the balance sheet,"
including "lives saved" on both
sides; development of a "dynam-
ic of peace or at least non-
war", a stronger Israel; the de-
cline of terrorist activities and
increased Israeli cooperation
with the West Bank Arabs; a
rise in Israel's Gross National
Product and exports and stimu-
lation of Israel's economy and
soeiety by increased aliyah, and
the removal of a large portion"
of the Soviet military establish-
ment from Rgypt, "one of the
most dangerous sources of po-
tential tension in the region."
On the debit side, Mr. Eban
noted, was the fact that peace or
negotiations toward peace had
not yet come about. But. he ad-
ded, there was "wide accept-
ance" in the world of the need
for direct negotiations between
parties to disputes, particularly
in the light of recent experiences
in other areas of conflict.
Mr. Eban said it would be
"bad" for Israel to seek to ab-
sorb a million Palestinian Arabs
who do not want to be absorb-
ed into Israel but he stressed
Israel would not return to the
:pre-Six-Day War boundaries.
He envisions close economic in-
tercourse with the Arabs after
peace is established, he declared.
WHITE HOISE EXPLAINS
Nixon Didn't Mean To Imply
Greece Was A U.S. Outpost
WASHINGTON (JTA The
White House raid this week
that Presi I'nt Nixon did no: in-
tend to imply, in remarks at hi'
July 27 news conference, that
Greece or Turkey would be in-
volved in the defense of Israel
The issue arose when officials
of the Greek government declar-
ed Saturday thai they object
to any implication that Gree e
is a U.S. outpost for the protec-
tion of Israel.
Deputy Foreign Minister Chris-
tian Ximthopiioiis-Palamas de-
clared that "Greece's friendly re-
lations with the Arab world rule
out any direct or indirect par-
ticipation in any acts aimed at
our Arab frieutfs."
The Greek official made his
statement in commenting on
President Nixon's remark that
he continues to support aid to
Greece and Turkey, which he
said was even more important
now than in the past "because of
the fact that without aid to
Greece and Turkey, you have no
viable policy to save Israel."
(ierald L. Warren, deputy
White House press secretary.
said that the President was
"talking broadly" on the Im-
portance of I'.S. strength to
"all of our friends and allies in
the southern Mediterranean"
when he male his comment
about I'.S. aid to Greece and
Turkey "
State Department spokesman
John King refused toc"iscuss any
phase of the matter, in keeping
with the continued refusal of
the department to discuss Mid-
dle East issues since Egyptian
President Sadat ordered the
ouster of Soviet military advis-
or- lat month.
Jewish Activist
Is Released From
Potma Labor Camp
NEW YORK (JTA i Hillel
Shur, a Soviet Jewish a tivist
who was arrerte:! in August,
1970, has been release I Prom the
Potma labor camp after serving
a two-year sentence, the Stu-
dent Struggle for Soviet Jewry
(SSSJi reports.
Glenn Richter, coordinator,
said the SSSJ had reccivedi -n
formation from Rabbi Moses
Sacks of Minneapolis who, had
held a telephone conversation
with several Russian Jews. Rabbi
Sacks told the SSSJ that Mr.
Shur. an engineer, was seen in
the Moscow synagogue last Sat-
urday.
A native of Leningrad, Mr.
Shur, who was convicted in June,
1971 in Kishinev, has sir"c been
assigned to live in Volkhov, a
smell town outside Lentngra "
Rabbi Sacks also said that four j
Jews were arrested outside the
Moscow synagogue Saturday and
that he had" been informed that I
Leonid Yoffe was released from.1
the reserves after serving twoj
months.
One of the 14 .Tewt.n -ti\ists|
who hid themselves last May tol
avoid callup to army service, Mr.J
Yoffe -ne caught after he camej
cut of hiding.


Page 2-A
*Jewist fhridfian
Friday, August 11, 1972
Radio Stations Continue
Spots For J. B. Stoner
ATLANTA iJTAI Despite office re|>orte Mayor' SSUffllMfK aTtWl'~*> x tfftfffli rMHU'lrf 'Wtfir rffA-
local news stations to reject the
political advertising of a U.S.
Senate candidate who is an
avowed white supremacist, the
stations arc c<>n;inning with the
advertising. The Jewish mayor's
Agency Operating
In 12 Communities,
Mayor Clark Says
Dado County'* Community Ac- :
tion Agency i< now operating in j
12 different communities and is I
Ti aching all minority groups, j
Stephen P. Clark, Metro mayor, j
has repoiled.
"The agency liri< fain-fl a new
face and a new direction during ,
my administration." the mayor;
s.-i We ha\e made the pro- |
pram more accessible to the people !
in need of the services offered."
Those programs include the
Headstart Program for pre-school- !
<*r*. ihe Summer Kmploymont and
Youth Opportunity Programs. an programs for Dade County's un- 1
d( r:>ri\ il'ged. poor and under-1
employed.
Pad.- County assumed operation |
of the Community Action Agency
in TVcen-.ber. 1971.
"Since that time, the agency
ha* heen rovi*--', stabilized and
portly re-taffe or evperieneed employees," Mayor
Clark said.
The main objective of the pro-
gram." the mayor said., "is to
provide neighborhood-based. ra roots coordination and simplifica-
tion of a wide ariety of social and
hialth sen ice;."
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yers. have decided to continue the
spotl for candidate J. B. Stoner.
The complaints department of
the Federal ommunications Com-
mission has ruled negatively on
a i>et:tion filed by the National
Association for the Advancement
of Colored People, to stop the
Stoner advertisements. L'nder
Section 315 of the Communica-
tions Act. it is illegal to censor
a pad iH)litical advertisment. the
mayoi "s office explained.
However the mayor contends
that Mr. Stoner has broken the
law by making inflammatory
statements which are calculated
to incite to riot. Therefore. Sec-
tion 315 does not apply to him.
Mr. Stone;'s first advertise-
ment ran Aug. 1 over radio sta-
tion YVPLO ami YVSB-TV. Ston-
er said in part. "I am the only-
candidate for the U.S. Senate
for while people. Th2 main rea-
son why niggers ..ant integra-
tion is that niggers want our
whit'.' women. I am for law and
order.
"The mayor's office and the
broadcast stations were deluged
with phone calls deploring the
advertisement, following the
broadcast, and the XAACP Ls
considering further action in the
case, the mayor's office report-
ed. Petitions are being filed with
the FCC by the NAACP. various
radio stations and the B'nai
B'rith Anti-Defamation League.
Singles Club Social
The next gathering of the Grad-
uate Club, a social and civic orga-
nization for single "guys and gals"
in their 20"s and 30s. Ls scheduled
for Sunday at 7:30 p.m. at the
PromenaJe at the Miamiarina in
downtown Miami.
RABBI SOL lANDAU
Rabbi Landau
New President
Of Health Assn.
Rabbi Sol Landau, spiritual
leader of Beth David Congrega-
tion, was elected president of the
Mental Health Association of
Dade County at the recent board
of directors' meeting.
Serving with Rabbi Landau for
the 1972-7 club year will be Rob-
ert Berman and Robert Parks,
vice presidents: George Leppig,
treasurer, and Laura Goldstein,
secretary.
Rabbi l.ari'lau. who has served
at Beth David for over 21 years,
has been appointed to a number
of special committees on a city
and county level. The author of
seven] books, he is a past presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Rab-
binical Association.
Norman Miller A Candidate
Attorney Norman Miller has an-
nounced his candidacy for the
State legislature. He is seeking the
District 111 seat in the House of
Representatives.
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Friday, August 11. 1972 ,
vJmistncrMian
Page 3-A
Goldman, Coibura Appointed To
Operation Israel Chairmanships
Loutf S. Gol.V.nan of Dayton,, begin its fifth season with the dt>-
Ohio, and Gerald 8. Pollmrn of > partuiv Of Women's Division
Mitwaul ee, Wise. both national Leadership flight Oct. IS. A total
of 10 missions arc planned for the
coming year.
Plans have also Imoii made for
four Cameo mission-. These are
Intensified four- and live-day pro-
grams, scheduled foe Jewish com-
munal leaders from Olcarwater.
Boston, MaSB., Cleveland, Ohio
and Baltimore, Md. A Rochester.
N.Y.. Cameo mission has already
been conducted.
Each mission will take a cross
section of haders from American
Jewish communities to Israel to
study at first-hand the fabric of
Israeli life today. Participants are
Goldman
chain
Apr* i
chair.
I-Til'
Zuck<
man, I
M
man !
Israel
will *<
new "C
Loci
iM'rrhi i
lion Ipl
contl '
cal i-
rael.
slots
Oj
of the United Jewish
have been appointed
of UJA'f 1913 Operation
mission program, Paul
mi. UJA general ehair-
- announced.
i!(iman will act as chair-
U.lA's regular Operation
[lights, while Mr. Colburn
;\e as chairman for the
med" missions.
.. Val (Mrs. Morton) Sil-
is coordinator for Opera-
ael 1973, Her efforts haw
ti I to record-breaking lo-
lvement in Operation 1-
e.e are only a few Miami
I for the Oct. 19 mission.
i lion Israel a unique
: fact-finding tours will
slated to meet with Israelis from
many walks of life as they travel
throughout the country, learning
of accomplishments, problems an:l
humaniturian needs of the people.
In addition to seeing UJ^sT
ported programs at work Operation
Israel nv. mbcrs will meet with
high-ranking Israeli leaders for
up-to-the minute briefing Mid ques-
tion-and-aiiswer sessions.
Itineraries include visits to DOT-
. der kibbutzim, development towns,
immigration and absorption fa-
cilities, and a number of historic
sites and cultural centers.
The season's final 0|>eration Is-
rael mission will embark Feb. 4,
197.1.
Rabbi Riskin First Speaker
Rabbi Shlomo lUskin will be the
first speaker at the 1.1th annual
national Yavneh Convention to he
hc] nersville. Pa.. Aug. 31-Sepl 4.
RabM Riskin. a professor at Ye-
shiva University and spiritual
leader ot the Lincoln Square Syna-
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Volume 45
1 ELUL 5732
Number 32
Withdrawal A Danger Sign
The evidence seems quite clear that the Jewish com-
munities of Poland, Czechoslovakia and Bulgaria are in the
last stages of their existence, and while there are signs of
vigor in Yugoslavia, Rumania and Hungary the long range
portents are not much better.
For Soviet Jewry, the great majority of whom will not
be permitted to leave even if they so desire, the next decade
will be decisive. The situation in Russia demands our con-
tinued support, both in aid to emigration and in constant
pressure on the Soviet government to remind it of its obliga-
tions to permit its Jews the right to express themselves if
they wish.
The report to the American Jewish Committee, while
dealing with the future of our people in Eastern Europe,
should be a sobering one for us in a country where freedom
of choice at times appears to be as dangerous to Jewish
survival as the repression suffered in the lands dominated
by the Communist dictators. The withdrawal of Jews in
recent years Irom participation in the classic institutions of
our people, the synagogue in particular, is a danger sign
that must not be ignored.
Women's Influence Stronger
Recognition of women's developing role in support of
Israel is given in the schedule released for "Operation
Israel 1973," a series of 10-day trips to Israel sponsored
by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and the United
Jewish Appeal.
The first mission Oct. 15 is reserved for Women's
Division leadership as is the concluding one Jan. 25. Un-
like previous years, only one trip will be exclusively for
men, the remainder for couples as another reminder that
the women's influence in fund-raising, as in other areas,
is stronger than ever.
Arabs Searching For Truth
Among the many problems confronting the Arab
nations, it is reported, is the proliferation of Israeli books
in local libraries. One of the reasons., a critic of this phe-
nomenon points out, is that the Arab has lost faith in Arab
communications and publicity media and in his search
for truth has turned to Israeli broadcasts and publications.
Since the report appeared in a Cairo newspaper and
called for control of Israeli books and literature in Arab
countries we feel it is authentic. And it confirms our trust
in a free press and open communications as the best hope
for peace at home and abroad.
Study Contradicts Earlier Research
Two out of every five Lutherans were found to have
prejudices about Communists, homosexuals, drug addicts,
hippies and members of the S.D.S. in a major study of
that Protestant body conducted recently, but only about
one in five had anti-Semitic attitudes, leading to the con-
clusion that anti-Semitism is not related to Christian belief,
but to fear of diversity.
The findings contradict earlier research that found a
definite connection between Christian orthodoxy and prej-
udice against Jews. That there is such a relationship was
the conclusion of two California researchers published in
their 1966 book, "Christian Beliefs and Anti-Semitism,"
and in earlier studies by both Christian and Jewish
sources.
It is too soon to guess what effect the Lutheran study
will have on Christian textbooks and educational material.
Even before the 1966 report there was recognition of the
blatantly anti-Semitic material contained in many of these
books and corrections were made by a number of the lead-
ing church organizations. Fear of diversity may be a
Lutheran hangup as it is for many people of all faiths
but the connection of those fears with Jews cannot be dis-
missed so easily as not being of Christian concern.
by mm alsop
old rules of our politics, Frank
refused to admit the changes
So his reporting began to go
very wrong indeed/.
THERE ARE those who think
the rules of our politics have
again been radically changi-d
They may be right. They may
be disastrously wrong. All that
is now certain however, is that
the nomination of Sen. George
McGovum has produced a:-,
either-or situation without any
recent precedent.
Either the political rules have
in fact changed in which
the Democrats will win, and
both American politics
American policy will take q lite
new directions. Or the rules
have not changed all that mu^h
in which case, President Nix-
on will not only win but w I]
also, at least very probably,
make the Republicans into the
country's majority party for i
good, many years to come
UNDER THE old rules. Dem-
ocratic victory is demonstrably
impossible. The south has been
given up. Organized labor has
been enraged and alienated.
The Republicans have been ef-
fectively conceded huge shares
of the Irish, Italian and Slavic
Catholic votes and maybe as
much as half the Jewish vote.
The State of Illinois has been
Frank Mankiewicz plainly
Continued on Page- 12-A
.COMMENT
bv EDWARD COHEN
If the basis of some American
Jewish organization leaders' sup-
port of President Nixon is that
his victory oxer George Mc-
Govern in November represents
a better "Jewish" choice, then
I would suggest they take a
closer look a really Jewish
look if they haven't already
leaped into the Nixon camp.
FROM BOTH a political and
a personal analysis, George Mc-
Govern would bring to the White
House a relationship with Jews
that. I believe, would be unique
in American history. If any other
president had. a Jewish son-in-
law. I am unaware of the fact.
I am certain most people do not
know thatMcGovern's daughter.
Susan, is married to Jim Rowen,
a Jewish journalist in Washing-
ton.
I have a feeling that the first
Jewish housekeeper of the
White House, given the MeGov-
ern victory, would, be an au-
thentic Yiddishe momma from
Miami. I don't want to exagger-
ate Libby Strauss' role in the
McGovern penthouse during the
Democratic Convention, but we
Jews know what chicken soup
and kasha, barley soup and
flanken and a "gedempte brust"
can do for the morale as well as
health.
THIS LOCAL kochleffel, who
had run the Florida headquarters
professionally, was drafted on a
personal friendship basis because
the McGoverns had tasted her
Jewish cooking at the Strauss
home in the Westchester sec-
tion, and when the McGoverns
left Miami Beach to rest in
South Dakota, Libby went along
as one of the few friends of the
family invited.
It should be noted that her
father, William Shulman, is a
shochet locally and mashuiach
and her grandfather, Rabbi
Abraham Shulman. taught in the
Orthodox Chicago Theological

S >minary. Which explains in part
why the chocolate mousse sne
made while in Custer, S.D..
where kosher is really a foreign
word, came from her pareve
Pesach recipe.
JEWS ARE not just political
allies and there are far more
of them on the McGovern staff
but are among his closest
personal associates. Which may
account tor his taste for Jewish
cooking.
But the politics are important,
as well, anc'i those who would
ignore the history of the Repub-
lican and Democratic parties
over the past 40 years and the
Nixon record of the past four
years do so, I believe, at some
peril to the Jewish people. What
other candidate for the Ameri-
can presidency has offered a
Jew the opportunity to be vice
president as George McGovern
did. (in all sincerity and not
desperation) to Sen. Abraham
Ribicoff?
THOSE WHO fault the Dem-
ocratic candidate's vote on some
technical questions involving Is-
rael must indeed be blind to the
authenticity of his commitment
to Jewish survival.
The Nixon record on aid to Is-
rael is good and it does not serve
the purpose of this piece to go in-
to behind-the-scenes operations
initiated the assistance program,
or the State Department. But
let's look at his domestic Jewish
record.
WHEN ABE Fortas resigned
from the Supreme Court it
marked the first time in more
than 50 years that a Jew was
not seated, on the highest bench
and Nixon has ignored that fact
although he has had four ap-
pointments since taking office.
Since Pr.-sident Rocsevelt's day
th^re has been a long-standing
White Hou*e custom of giving
a or sidential staff member what
is known as "the Jewish port-
folio.' Neither Henry Kissinge
who has never identified
organized Judaism, nor L.'
Gament has that role or.
Nixon staff today.
UNLIKE Presidents Kenne ly
a>?d Johnson, who leano i
Myer Feldman, their spi
counsel, for guidance on I- i
President Nixon has given pretty
much of a free hand to Se
tary of State William Rogers
Middle East affairs.
I. L. Kenen, who heads Ameri-
can Israel Public Affairs Com-
mittee has declared, "We have
felt from the very beginning
that the State Department
would be oriented away from
the program we are seeking."
anJ this has been true, in all
fairness to Nixon, under mo
the American presidents ''
the State of Israel came into ex-
istence. But only during the Ei-
senhower-Nixon administration
was the State Department able
to mount a hostile action suc-
cessfully by taking the Arab
side on the "Suez question.''
SOME .TEWS are disturbed
about relations with blacks,
about civil rights and civil liber-
ties, and seem eager to forget
the reasons why Jews were in
the vanguard on these liberal
issues. But people like J. B.
Stoner. who lumns "nieeers and
Jews" in his political broadcasts
won't let us forget, and if Spiro
Agnew is the darling of these
racists and- hate-mongers it Is
a cause for concern even if he
is free of their prejudices.
If there is a Jewish vote based
on Jewish self-interest, and if
that's all this campaign is about
then the choice is obvious. If
there are other reasons eco-
nomic class interest, for Instance
then some people ought
get out from their Jewish um-
brella right now in all fair
to the six million Jews of Amer-
ica and start telling it like it is.
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South Beach Activities Center
To Serve 6,000 Isolated Elderly
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There are 6,000 isolated elderly
people living on South Miami Beach
. and they will be isolated no
Jonger.
The YM-YWKA of -Greater Mi-
ami, in cooperation with the Di-
vision of Family Services of Flor-
ida's Department of Health and
Rehabilitative Services, wiU soon
cut the ribbon on the South Beach
Activities Center.
The center is located at 25 Wash-
ington Awe., deep in the heart of
a poverty area and only a block
away from the only low-income
public housing projeot in Miami
Beach.
The center is being funded under
Tit!e lfi of the Social Security
Administration (which is adminis-
tered by Florida's Department of
Health and Rehabilitative Services.
Division of Family Services). The
Greater Miami Jewi'h Federation
will underwrite 25% of the cost
and the state will provide the re-
mainder in matching funds.
"This will be a Protected En-
vironment Day Care facility," said
Myron A. Berezin. executive di-
rector of the YM-YWHA, a bene-
ficiary of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation's CJA-IEF cam-
paigns. "Our goal is to offer the
area's elderly an alternate life
style by increasing self-reliance
and encouraging independence.
"The problems of the isolated
aged no longer nee,Ji to nag at
Miami's conscience," he continued.
"By opening and expanding this
center we can keeo our senior
citizens from l> coming prema-
ture candidates for nursing homes
and mental institutions. There is
no need for senility and depression
to become a part of the aging proc-
ess."
The YM-YWHA will administer
the project, which will initially
serve 40 clients. At the present
time, program staff members are
going out into the South Beach
community and talking to resi-
dents to find out their needs.
The center (which will be open
seven days a week) will provide
social service oriented volunteer
activities for senior citizens under
the coordination of Jewish Voca-
tional Service, another Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation beneficiary.
In addition, an Information Re-
ferral Service I crisis information
and transportation to services pro-
vided) and job training will be
available.
A professional nurse unJrr the
auspices of Mount Sinai Medical
Center, will be at the center five
days a week and there will be a
close working relationship with
the nutritional low-cost meals pro-
gram conducted by the senior cen-
ters of Dade County.
Educational and cultural enrich-
ment programs (with the coopera-
tion of John Lindsey Hopkins and
Florida International University)
will reach out to hundreds of sen-
ior citizens in the area.
Field trips, consumer edication
and budgeting, drama, pottery and
sewing classes (only a few of the
handicrafts e'assta to be made
available) will be offered alone
with history, "English as a second
language," and a host of other
self-improvement classes. Addi-
tional courses will be offered as
the interest is shown.
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Spanish-speaking residents (mostly
Cuban refugees) have moved into
the area and now comprise close
to one-quarter of the population.
"Many of these residents speak
only Spanish or Yiddish and have
difficulty handling themselves in
English," Arthur S. Rosichan.
executive vice president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
explained. "This increases their
isolation and discourages them
from participation in many social
service programs. To avoid this
situation, the center will be staffe.-"
by Yiddish and Spanish-speaking
caseworkers," he said.
The median age of South Beach
residents is well into the 70's.
There are over 2,400 food stamp
recipients, close to 3.500 elderly
are living entirely on Social Se-
curity benefits and almost 500
receive emergency relief from the
Miami Beach Department of Wel-
fare.
"The center will provide a
cheery setting for group activities,
fellowship, health education and
self-help projects." said Miriam
Scheinberg, project director.
"We're reaching out to the area's
elderly and pulling them out from
their cramped quarters and away
from their hot plates. Now there
will be a place just for them."
New Consul General
To Visit Here Sept. 6
Israel's new Consul General for i day, moving there from a similar
the Southeastern United States assignment in Houston. His
will be introduced to the Greater
Miami Jewish community Sept. 6
at the Fontainebleau Hotel during
the celebration of Isrt.el Tourist
Day.
The official visitation of Consul
General Benjamin Bonney was an-
nounced by Dr. Leon Kronish, na-
tional chairman of the board of
the Israel Histadrut Foundation.
The Israel Tourist Day celebra-
tion here is oosponsoreel by Hista-
drut. the Israel Government Tour-
ist Office and El Al Israel Air-
lines.
Consul General Bonney will as-
sume his new |>ost in Atlanta Tues-
ap-
pearance here will launch the
year-long celebration of Israel's
25th anniversary of independence.
Moe Levin, chairman of the Is-
rael Histadrut Council of South
Florida, said a top entertainer will
fly here for the evening of enter-
tainment at the Fontainebleau.
All persons who have visited Is-
rael since the end of the Six-Day
War of June, 1967. will lie hon-
ored at the reception.
Reservations for the affair may
be made at the Histadrut office, 1
Lincoln Road Bldg.
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ahead of all other standards.
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k .'> aims of Mr. Zi:bert. Mr.
Siweei. the.: boat I and their sup-
met.
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Lp 'Rebellion Toward Tradition'
WASHIN :: : I
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dab esta wit. ;<:
Htti inti-ren-
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cat .-;.- gram thai
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tuti Can p B'nai
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stitute faculty A HiJM staff mam-
ban a nil other specialists :n
which the .. mphavis :s heat-y- on
-.(i -objects as Hafidisrr. Jew-
ish mysticism, traditional texts
and persona! religtono observance.
Then a.-, topical issues too. The
200-or-so students who have en-
rolled fa :..- ; ar*i instil ite
which open- Aug. 23, have listed
'-.-'. -h attitudes toward women's
lib. homosexualtv. social protest
Ruins Of Hasmonean Citadel Unearthed
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The ..- I .-! tub eh had
be< r. robbed in okl n day-, and
pottery fragme
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whk-h overiooks W'adi Rushnriya,
Tru. t Antiquities De-
jm- Haifa Univenitj
are cospon< wii the dig which i-
i n of Dr. Mo-!-
Prausnitz ar.-i Azri Siegelman.
Until the present [bid, the
>'.' of Hasmonean fortresses was
known only from written sources.
The Romema Citadel had been
repaired and expanded several
limes, ft appear: to have been in
ntil tte first half of -h<-- 5th
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nten i -to-dusk i --
But it is th jrrti ned bit it
of the mg in n f .ms
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tinguistei this year's :nst.- I
those of the past.
"There is an attempt to move
away from what many students
feei is the empty religious conven-
tional:sm of their parents." says
Dr. Jospe. They want to ejo deep-
er to discover Jewish tradition, al-
though on their own terms. They
study Buber. delve into mystkssm
arxl emulate tte Hasidbn.**
The sumaner .nstit.ite. initiated
by the Hillel Foundations 27 years
ago. has erown into the largest
continuing proeram of its kind in
the world. Since the first session. I
more than 5.000 students have
participated in tte institute's free-
wheel. n% discussions and have
heard and challenged the
views of the diverse institute fac-
ulty of Jewish intellectuals and
activists.
The .nsr:- gram is design-
el to increase the students' un-
derstanding of JudaLm so that
they will be able to operate out .
of a Jewish framework in ap-
proaching not only religious but
also moral and political issues.
Dr. Jospe doesn't fret about the
much-reported indifference of I
students towards ideas and issues.
There is a great deal of apathy
the city's larcfit fraternal or;a-,on campus. There always has
been But we don't see it at Hillel
institutes. They are a different,
breed."
- .'.:." an m bs i built by
being fi-
. tte Jacob Hechl Foun-
lat arid will continue next
..er.
Milton Feller
Bids For Judge
Judge Milton Feller, a veteran
ol 10 years on the municipal court
iier^-h in Miami Baeh. has quali-
fied for Dadc County Court Judce.
Group 5. He i- a former exalted
ruler ol tte Miami Beach Elks.
ni/ation.
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J'idsc Fe!l ersity of Miami School of'
Lav. hn; p.-acticed here for ttej
33 year*. He U an active
lead-r of the Israel HL-tadrut
Founc'aUon a^i numerous other'
->h and non-sectarian organs-
/a* ion- I
\bur little giH
is getting married.
The all-night, often tempestu-
ous rap se.-sions" that mark
every institute testify to the stu-
dents' continuing interest in the
world around them. "Our kids are
ateayi excited if anything, they
care too much." says Dr. Jospe.
Interested students are invited
to write to B'nai B'rith Hillel
Foundations. 1640 Rhode Island
Ate.. N.W., Washington, DC. I
20036.
At last
Will it be a small wedding and a big; reception, or vice versa?
After all, there are a lot of relieved girl friends and rejected boy
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I Experts
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In Various Fields
To Serve On Advisory Panel
A (listiiiRuislW. group of ex|>ert.s ,
h I lu> fields o'. psychology, t'duca- j
on, urban planning, community;
felations and social servicw; has
ecn named to serve as an ad-
Pi|HfXjl4DJ;LTl> ,ne newly created^
Institute for Jewish Life. Irving
Jlum, chairnM.'i of the Institute,
las announced.
J-Mab'.ished recently as a di-1
gsion of th.> Council of Jewish J
lederatioiui and Welfare Funds |
I'ikI hoar'quart.-ied in Wellsloy,
lass., the Instit'itc for Jewish Life
charged wit It enhancing the
iiality of Jewish life through the
bslering and development of in-
fcvatlve programs and demonstra- [
poii projects
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kancl, which will work closely
nth Mr. Blum and the institute's
rector, Pro:. Leon A. Ji?k of
Irandcis University, include Dr.
palter Ackertnan of Los Angeles,
Calif., dean and professor of Edu-
ction, Hebrew Teachers College,
the University of Ju'iism: Dr.
Leonard Fein of Maltham. Mass..
iivctor of the Benjamin S. Horn-
outh Attending
ISY Encampment
Some 20 Temole Ner Tami'
uneaten left '^>st week for Hen-
Hm-onville. N.C., where they
Hiiied hundreds of INv-- f- "
Hie southeast region attending a
Hrarii'rshin Trninln'r Institute en-
Himpment and Kadimah.
I Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. spiritual
Hader of Temple Ner Tamid is in
Hiarge of the educational aspects
Tf the Kadhnah eneaiftpment,
frhose thenv is, "The Many
Worlds of OiasiidLsm."
Participants included Susan
Kaufman, Barry Rosonthal. Louis
|tosonthai, Charles Baum, Randec
lizrachi, Roger Alter, Marsa
?\-y, Lisa Genand. Abbe Klein-
berg, Jimmy Statin. Robin Alter.
Patti Avick. Lewis Leight and
Lori Kleinberg.
stein Program at BrandeLs Uni-
versity; Dr. Herzl Spiro of New
Brunswick, N.J., professor of psy-
chology and community medicine.
Rutgers Mental Health Center;
Sidmyf Z. Vincent, .xn^Uwe di-
rector of the Jewish Community
Federation of Cleveland, Ohio, and
It-win Shaw, executive director of
h, jmvUh. Community Center. De-
troit, Mich.
A'so anno'tneed were the ap-
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Friday, August 11. 1972
Stephen Carner (left) president of Carner Bank of Miami
Beacn, receives the Presidents' Club Plaque of the B'nai
B'rith Youth Service from Burnett Roth, national B'nai B'rith
Foundation trustee.
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+Je*lsti Hut Mian
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12 DAYS ABROAD WITH PRESIDENT NIXON
Educated Citizens Unaware
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
|('hief JTA Washington Bureau
WASHINGTON Soviet
tw> who justify the liquidation
kf Jewishncss enjoy high sta-
tion and extraordinary living
pomforts. They also incur dis-
rupt and sometimes disdain from
kheir superiors. Evidence of this
Ippearec'i when the "Soviet Prop-
k^nnda Eleven" visited Amer-
ran cities last Autumn. More
^ed in Moscow during the
i ::ii conference.
Knowledgeable western sour"-
iii Moscow told the JTA that
jie "show-ease Jews" are "trap-
il" by their own cupidity or
|i:ni remorseful now but they
IPiinot shift lest they meet
nominy or something else.
MOST OF those in the fore-
r>nt todnv were h'-iiht wvr"
itellectuals yesterday, eager to
jst their talent and prove ineir
ayalty. They came forward even
MlUe the anti-Semitic signals
veiv flashing in 1948-53 when
Stalin was liquidating Jewish
iti'lleotualism and closing down
pddish schools to wipe out Jew-
hness by repression and attri-
lon.
I When the JTA reporter chal-
tnged the remarks about So-
ld Jews being provided foreign
__Jmrnalists, a Russian official
tclaimed typically: "These are
Uts, given to you by Jews!"
?o this the response was that
en in Nazi times some Jews
strayed their own people: ren-
gades may be found every-
heiv; look at Soviet history,
lie Russian understood and
{reed. "Brother fought brother;
is true.'* he said.
HOW WOITLD a "showcase
ew" to react to such an attitude
award him had he heard it?
Nevertheless, fresh blood
urges ever forward. A post-
(bummit Soviet announcement
Sjtos disclosed that a new book
"Subhshed about Birobidzhan
ftntains glowing chapters of
Se in that "Jewish Autonomous
Region" by writers with Jewish
ames, including "Mike Davtfov,
an American journalist." Do
Miese writers know or care that
Birobidzhan has neither been
Jewish nor autonomous since
. -Stalin's planners established
that colony in 1926 to siphon off
Urbanized Jews from Russia and
fbe Ukraine to help build a
?r Eastern Siberian buffer
ainst Japan?
I NOT ONLY the performers
1 Moscow's International Press
enter stressed Jews can prac-
ce their culture in Birobidzhan.
Hourist guides also emphasize
lh.it to visitors wh"li the Jew-
141; question arises. But when a
WeH-cc'neated Leningrad guide
wa- a-ked if stie would move
to Biiohi.'.zhan if she were Jew-
ish she hnti'y responded nega-
lely, "I like a bin city and not
ling so far away from the cul-
irp here," she said. Of course.
[Curiously, none of the fo'ir
vs in the "Propaganda Elev-
en' participated on the central
Wage for the foreign press. Col.
iVn David Dragunsky, the star
rmer on three continents,
|mr appeared in the Moscow
entations. Perhaps he has
fn ostracized for accenting
:):. i- o:' :.n old Israeli coin al
j Kansas City synagogue. Prof.
|Ziv, the authority on Soviet
who was regarded as the
thest among the "eleven" in
rating Jewish life. di
ji^Tte in a special n ws on-
pnee along with Aron Ver-
li. the editor of Soviet is-he
inland. The JTA reporter
laps inadvertently caused
programming.
kEARING in mind that th"
Ivs among the "eleven" al-
ys were accompanied by non-
irish companions when meet-
Americans, the reporter
led the press center's ap-
pointments desk for a private
conversation with Vergelis. Ziv
was trotted out to join Vergelis
in a "press conference" along
with the usual panopoly of So-
viet officials. To the annoyance
of the press center promoters,
the JTA reporter refused to at-
tend.
However, a conversation with
Vergelis di.'. ensue. On his last
full day in Moscow, the JTA re-
porter was suddenly informed
that Vergelis was at the center.
Did he still wish to see him?
Immediately a conversation was
arranged. Upon his return to
Washington, the reporter re-
ceived a friendly visit from two
Soviet diplomats. One of their
first questions, without any clue
whatever from the reporter, was
"How did your talk go with
Vergelis?" Apparently Soviet
bureaucratic communications can
be good.
THE PRESS conferences in
Moscow were controller! by the
director-general of the Soviet
news agency Tass, Leonid Za-
myatin. When the writer Boris
Bielek, a Jew stumbled in ex-
plaining why so few Jews
15.000 live in Birobidzhan,
Zamyatin took over. "If we
forced our Jews to go to Biro-
bidzhan," the Tass chief inter-
polated, "you (the reporter)
would be the first to demand
that they be sent to Israel."
The unhappy Bielek did not re-
main on the scene long after
that "explanation."
Two incidents indicated the
amazing lack of current infor-
mation or pretense of it
even among Soviet intellectuals.
One concerns Vergelis himself.
EDITOR OF the Soviet Union's
orTy Yiddish magazine, Ver-
gelis presumably has access to
at least Soviet publications and
news services. Yet when he was
asked by JTA for an opinion
about Soviet Ambassador Jacob
Malik's vicious anti-Semitic dia-
tribes at the United Nations.
Vergelis refused to accept the
fact that Malik had made them.
"I don't believe it," he said
twice. "Malik is very popular.
He is a very gooc\ diplomat and
very intellig"nt. It can't be true."
CERTAINLY. Vergelis may
have been covering up. Nonethe-
less, the record can only show
what he said about Malik.
After novelist James Mihen-
er's walkout on Alexander Cha-
kovsky's remarks, the JTA
sought at the press center to
learn how Pravda treated his
protest An alert, friendly man
of about 40 translated that Cha-
kovsky had participated in the
press conference.
"ISN'T there anvthing about
Michener's protest?" JTA asked
the translator.
"Protest?" he responded in-
credulously. "What protest?"
An explanation followed. Th"
man turneJ. hack to Pravda,
puzzlement Mid concern deep-
ening on his face.
"No, tbe-e is nothing here," he
said slowly.
He then was asked about Min-
ister of Culture Ekaterina Furt-
seva's long criticism at the press
center of Nobel Prize "inner
Alexander Solzhenltsyn. "I don't
know about it." he replied un-
comfortably.
Who was this translator? A
Russ'an political scientist who
hns "'1 in Hie Unite I Spates
Despite his professional training
he was chained to Pravda. Tf
that paper, th.- S iviet's best, did
not. carry a report, then obvi-
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A FAIR conclusion L that
when such educated Soviet citi-
zens are unaware of develop-
ments on their own premises it
is unlikely that they can fully
understand situations abroad or
at home.
As JTA has already reported,
a young man at the Moscow
synagogue knew about Michener
and Chakovsky. Israel's Radio
Kol Yisioel had informed him.
A lesson exists here for those
who would ban brcadcasting to
the Soviet Union an 'i its^Btc!-
lite: as "cold war reli sUkr*/-
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well as governments,
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Pag 10-A
>Jenit fkrkiiar
Friday, August 11, 1972
" ., "" ~n Cantor Fein Will
1 OT. KM, Se,M . -'
Moral Remains the Same
ISv l:\liP.I MF.IR MKI.AMKD
< 11b. 111 *-|har-*i-- ( ..nsjrtjjatioa
The Se*lah of Shoftim refcn
almost totally 10 Jutvttl national
issues. Hie fir-t V0RM are con-
< ntd -h the concept of right
;.,tI j"si : of judicial matters
' di-jti.'y honorability)
h.-' fudges,
Later conv different laws hav-
ith th<- formation of
the -tat", of *h. nation; concern-
i ind discipline; concern-
! 1 law* ..n case of war, arwl end-
ing ith the law of "Egla arufa"
ithi led heifer. In the short
space thn ha Ivn reserved for
1 e tti 1 ditinpjith | iper, I -hall deal briefly with
thi- last two matters.
We. the rabbis, affirm that all
the lav < ol the Torah actually have
.1 Marine today in the 20th cm-'
tury. Apparently one- may ask:
What actual bearing would it'
have in our times, a chapter deal-
ing with war, written more than
3.000 yea s ago? The system of
war has evolved so much, that
even th-- mode of waging it a hun-,
died yen' bi-fore has no mean-
ing t aj or anything to say I
now concerning the system of
wan thou ands of years ago."
Hut he>-<- we are not concerned
v. ith the form of war. but with its
own background. The background,
d>e- not change; only the meth-
ods vary. In the background, the:
moral always remains the same.,
The obs'-r\"at ion of Jaz (our:
Wiseman in the Midi-ash is notable,
who point- out that whenever the.
Torah refers to war it does not |
refer solely to exterior war against j
the outside enemy, but, at the]
same time, also to the inner con-1
Diet which each person wages so- i
cretly within himself. "Halo t- lar-nosU alei eretz."
Each rerson in this world lives j
through 1 war. a battle within
hhna If. He should, therefore,
know the conditions of the war.
These do not change; they are
Jw&yfl the same.
In case of war, when all the hu-
man feelings are roprasaeA the,
law of Moses imposes solutions,!
because even in struggle one isj
not allowed to lose the sense of
the good. In the first place, the
Torah CO i.mnnds that [>earc be of-
f- red to th enemy (Deut XX, 101,
and later (verse l&i forbids that
the fruit trees be d<-stroved that
surround the beseiged city, sinre
war mu^t not mean d<-struction in
any -. 1
There arc doctrines that forbid
war to their believers, and there
are some that would remain neu-
tral and passive coneernini; every
probl'-m of combat, but have not
succeeded; to the contrary, they
have fallen into the r.et of the
enemy. O ':.y. the Torah
Imposes on us the duty of self-
preaervatian and of the struggle
for our tight-.
Chapter XXI up to v< rse <* deals
with the "egla anifa' 'the be-
' led heifer'. When a person
wa_-> found assassinated, dead on
round, not knowing the as-
*a-s:n. thr.f or five senior judges
of the suureme tribunal of Jeru-
salem woul go out. .-tartin^ out
from the place where the body
lay. to the nearest city. After bury-
ing th<- body, the iders of this
nearest city woukl take a calf
not over two years old, would be-
h'-ad it along-ide the rapids of a
stream.
Thi elders would wash their
t>and- in the -ame pla^ when'
the ca.'f was slain and would say:
"Our han did not spill this blood
and our eyes did not see." The
priests present would say. "For-|
give Thy People. Israel," etc. They
would do this because to find a
dead man was considered a social,
and collective responsibility. Who-
ever could affirm that this un-
fortunate person would not have
been save if he had been helped?
There are numerous leaders of,
several nations who repress all
human feelings before the suffer- i
ing and killing of thousands of
people a painful symbol and 1
example l>eing the case of the six |
million Jews and that of the shi| .
"Struma" and "Patria" (Father-
land.
Those shins, loaded with Jewish
refugees, after sailing aimlessly
through the immensity of the sea.
ended by being buried on the bot-
tom of the sea. Mankind has not
yet matured to the noint of rec-
ognizing its responsibility in this
sense.
Overflow Services
Charles Goldstein, president of
Temple Ner Tamil, has announcx '
that Cantor Hyman Fein will once
ai-ain cham the overflow services
for the High H^iday>.
Cantor Fein, who ha- beer. M
the temple for the la-t seven years.
will chant the maw portion of
1 the High Holiday liturgy in the
Sklar Auditorium adjacent to the
-yna-.'ogue.
Conducting this parallel service
together with Cantor Fein will >
Melvin Glazer. a rabbinical rtu-l
dent at the Jewish Theolocica!
Seminary of America.
The overflow service ha- be-
come an integral part of the tem-
ples High Holiday program be-
cause 01 the- many new families
that continue to move into North,
Miami Beach, Mr Goldstein said
Dr. Eugene Labovitz and Can-
tor Edward Klein, assisted by the.
temple choir un'er the direction;
of Abi am Kra'hnisky. will offici-,
ate at the regular services in the
main sanctuary.
The general community is in-
vited to call the temple office for!
further information The office is'
open from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. and 7
n.m. to 9 p m. daily and Sundays
from 9 a.rr. -noon.
Th' temple is also in the midst
of registering chi-.'-en for the
year: inquir.-- regarding
the religious school are al>o wel-
come.
rCcliciioHs 4*3<
~

services
mum
A H A V A T SHALUiD CONGREGA.
TION. St5 SW 67th Ave. Orthodo
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
CARIH Unit Coffee
The Gift of Life Chapter of
Children's Asthma Research In-
stitute and Hospital has scheduled
its annual membership coffee
Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in the i
Kendalltown Clubhouse, 10333 SW
76th St.
Tryouts For Singers
Tryouts for the children's an-
nual Yom Kippur cantata at!
Temple Emanu-Kl are being held i
Sunday at 11 a.m. in the temple's '
Sirkin Hall. Trixie Le\in is the
temple dramatic director; Cantor J
Zvi Acller is music director.

Question
Box
By KAIIBI SAMITCI. .1. FOX
What a "fchtibet?"
Technically the expression ">hti-
bel" i* n Yid li-h one meaning aj
"small house." This expression
came to lie iiscxl to designate a
Iv-uso of worship of the Cha.s.sidim. |
When Chassifsm developed, the1
devotees >l the rabbi used to
gather in small sanctuaries. They
were inrictd small, and at times,
perhaps even the home of the
rabbi lihr-ch*. A!-o, in comparison
to tho lynagosniea of the "estab-
lishment" th< -e were siruill houses'
of worship. Thus such m place Is
< i i1 "i a htibel."
It i- possible thai the estah
li-hcl synasogues which were
much larger referred to the Chas-
si.lie stnetuaries by the name1
"shtibel" as a matter of ridicule.!
To the Chartsidim, wontiipolng in |
ilie "ahtibei" became a mark of
d rtinctlon.
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Shoftim
Judges and officers shall thou make thee in all the "ates
(Chapters XVI, 18-XXI, 9)
ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE: Having dealt with a
number of religious ordinances. Moses directed his attention to-
wards the maintenance of law and order necessary to a civilized
society. Local judges and officers were to be appointed in every
city, and justice was to be administered righteously and impar-
tially -a Judge was therefore strictly forbidden to show bias or
accept a bribe. Should a local Judge find the case too difficult for
him to decide, he was to refer it to a higher authority consisting
of the priests and supreme sitting at the court of the central
sanctuary. Their decision was final and refusal to abide by their
verdict w as punishable by death.
SUPERSTITION AND THE TRUE PROPHET: Moses se-
verely condemned any form of superstition and magic practiced
by the soothsayer, sorcerer and wizard. Israel had no need to re-
sort to such abominations for God would provide inspired prophets
from amongst the Israelites themselves who would communicate
Hh will to them. False prophets who spoke in the name of idols
were to be punished by death; the fal-e seer could be distinguished
from the true by the non-fulfillment of his prediction.
CRIMINAL LAWS: Moses, in elaborating the laws relating
to the six Cities of Refuge, stressed that three of them were to
be establish. west of the Jordan. There was no escape for the
wilful murderer who sought sanctuary in one of these cities: he
was to be handed over to the dead man's neatest kinsman for
punishment.
The removal of a landmark constituted the crime of theft.
Before any penon could be convicted of a crime at least two
Witnesses were required to give evidence and should a witness
be proved to have given false evidence, he was to receive the
punishment intended for the innocent victim.
UNDETECTED MURDER: If the body of a murdered man
was fom I in the field and the killer could not be discovered,
n ponsibility for the murder rested with the city nearest to the
scene of the mur.'sr. As atonement, the Judges and elders of that
city, acting on behalf of tho commnuity, slew a young heifer in
an uncultivated '.alley through which ran a stream. In the pres-
ence of the prkts they washed their hands, testified that they
were not in any way responsible for the murder, and prayed for
Forgiveness.
ANSHE EMES i'jIZ SW t9th Ave.
Conservative Cantor Sol Pakowitz 2
----------
BETH AM (TEMPLE) S950 N. Ken.
dall Or t.W('""-H,ll'rr" Rabbi
Herbert BTOrngard 3
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BETH DAVID. 2626 SW Vd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipaon 4
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BETH EL. MO SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi H. Rothman 5
----------
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro Cantor Leon Segal 6
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BETH TOV (Templei 64S8 SW 8th
St. Coniervative. Cantor Seymour
Hinkes 8
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ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER
Miami. 137 NE 19th street. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. tO
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ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th '
St. Conservative. Rabbi Paul J.
Bender, Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
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OR OLOM (Temple) 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Cantor Vehouda
Binyamin. 13
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein. 14
Friday S:!:. rm Bennon: "Needed
Overdue Social Reforms.'
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ZION (Temple) 8000 Miller Rd. Con.
servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor Errol Helfman.
II
v pm .<-rm"n: "Our N"-<-'ls "
Saturda} v a,.m Bedrah of the w*k.
HIAUAH
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. Rarjbi Na-
than Zolondek. 15
H0*1H MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. 2225
NE 125th St. Conservative. Rabbi
Joseph Gorfinkel. Cantor Ben Zion
Kirschenbaum. 35
miam'bcach
AGUDATH ISRAEL 7801 Carlyle Ave. '
Orthodox. 17
BETH ISRAEL 770 40th St. Orthodox
Rabbi Berel Wein. ig
BI? iACOB73oT"vVasr>in0ton Ave. '
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir.
Sky. Cantor Maurice Mamchet 1S I
BETH RAPHAEL (Temple). 154S Jef.
~ ?"_*" Conservative. Rabbi I
Dav.d Raab. Cantor Savl Breeh. 20
BETH SHOLOM~(Tmp4a). 4X44 Chasa
g*h"tSg; "> Leon Kroni.h.
cantor David Conviser 21
BfL1 Tr"'LAH M Euclid Ave. Or- j
tho y 22
".YSEPH~CMAiM CONGREOA.
TION, S43 Mendian Avenue. 22-A
CtiBN.?EBR^V#CONOf'EGATION. !
ihSu w"h",Bto" Ave. Orthodox.
nabbi Dow Rozencwaig. 23
----------
CUAAN SEPHAROIC HEBREW CON-
GREGATION. 71S Washington Ave.
nue, Miami Beach. Rabb. Meir Mai-
liah Melamed. 23.A
EMANU-EL (Temple). 1701 Wishing.
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. 24
tetwday --. m Serm-.n: "Meaning
I of Jewish Consciousness."
j HEBREW ACADEMY? 2400 Pinetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
CONG AN.NELL (Branch of Hebrew >
Academy). 7th St and Meridian
Aye. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Ben-
rlflhM. 25.A
NER TAMID (Temp,e). 80th St i
Tatum Waterway. Conservat,.!'
Rabbi Eugene Laboviti. Cantor cj
ward Klein. tJ:
OHEV SHALOM. Tom B-.- n.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineai Wtbtr
m*n- ____#_____ X
SEPHAROIC JEWISH CENTER 4i
Collins Ave. Rabbi (.adi !ahm.as. 31
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM 154
44 Washington Ave. RabD. AvVoai
Groner, ..
NORTH BAY VILLAGE EWISm
CENTER. 1720 79th Stret: Cau,.
way. North Bay Village. Ci-.jtr,,'
tive. Rabbi Philip Fneo 32..
NOffTH MIAMI BfACN
ADATH YESHURUN (Terno*?,. 102!
NE Miami Gardens Or Cor.MrVi
tive. Rabbi Milton Scnlmjk. Car."
tor Nathaniel Schub.
BETH TORAH. NE 164th St M --h
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi u Lin.
schita. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 34
----------
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 Nw ISSrd t
Conservative. Rabbi Chariti RVBn
Cantor Jack Lerner. 3.
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SINAI (Temple) of NORTH DADE
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform ftiot,
Ralph P. Kmgsley. Cantor trying
Shulkes. 3?
Friday 8:15 p m. Sermon: "WVleom,
Back Aiu Portnoy, iiu- > a..
Roally N'w.1 You'."' Batunl .
am T'>rah portion of th- \<... -
----------
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 181=1 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jooah E
Caplan. 3J
----------
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox
Rabbi Naftali Porush. 39
----------
CORAL CABUS
JUDEA (Temple). 5500 Granada B'vd
Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper. 40
----------
ZAMORA (Temple). 44 Zamora Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell A
Berger. 4,
----------
SVtTSIDt
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION
923 Harding Ave.. Sorts.a- Town
Hall, Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D. Vine
50
----------
fOUT LAUDtKDAU
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 547 E Oak.
land Park Blvd. Rabbi Akiva Br.l.
Iiant. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
----------
EMANU-EL. S24S W. Oakland Park
Blvd. (Reform). Rabbi Arthur J
Abrama. Cantor Jerome Klement. 41
----------
rOMFAHO BIACH
SHOLOM (Temple). 132 SE 11th Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. 3kop
Cantor Jacob J. Renter.
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER 10",
NW Sth St.
HAUAJrDAlf
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTE"
Cantor Rev. Jacob Oaniiger. 121
N.E. 1st Ave. 44
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HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (Temple). 1351 S. 14th Ave
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. 45
BETH SHALOM (Temple). 1728 Mon.
roe St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Irving Gold. 41
SINAI (Temple). 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro
Cantor Yehuda Heilbraun. 47
c^/uB^ COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington
Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H
Stern. Cantor Meyer Engel. 26
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Soil. 27
MENORAH (Temple). 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram.
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman. 28
MtKAMAK
ISRAEL (Temple). 6920 SW 35th St.
Conaervative. Rabbi Avrom Drazin
, Cantor Abraham Koster. 48
Ifriday S.lR p.m. Thaodor* Li/set,
board of trustr*-* member, trill con-
, Uii.'t cervices, rr Ruhin Klein, tent-
i pie treasurer, wm deliver a talk >m
j "Count Your Bleealns* A f'nmmeii-
| tary." Mrs. Klein and dnuchter llinil!
I will bless the Snbl>ath tap'"--. Me-
morial prayers trill be re. iled at
the conclusion of the service
CANDLELIGHTING TIM!
9
1 ELUL 7:40
This page is prepared in
cooperation ui'th the GreuleT
Miami Rabbinical Association.
Coordinator 0/ the feature/
appearing here is
RABBI MAXWELL BERGER
Shfrittid! Lesder of
Temple Zomera
Corel Gables
-.
,,........... ..
sangtna
r^abbinieai Aa. 13 Ch. 10, 9:30 am. The Jewish Worship Hour
Host: Rabbi Maxwell Bergor, Temple Zamora
Guest: Cantor P. Hillel Brummer
Atig. 13 Ch. 7. 10 a.m. The StiU Small Voice
Topic: "Meaning of the Symbols"
Host: Rabbi Solomon Schiff. director,
Community Chaplaincy Service
Guest: Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal,
Hebrew Academy of Greater Miami
unir in iini irn......Niiiiamiiiiun aii Mau>iiMiiajBiiMssiHuiiMiiaaM<
assaauasaa
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This Week In History...
NEW YORK. N.Y. Assessing the Fagloton affair as a
whole now that it is ended, surveying the strewn battlefield, one
H?ka where M-Govern went wrong in his first major test after
his nomination. The crux of it lay in hLs failure to assess real-
i-iically the nature of the problem that Eagleton'a disclosure
presented. McGovern treated it as a minor storm which, once
released, would make some nois.^ an.' then blow over. He and
Eagleton evidently compared it with flurries in past campaign!
which had dissipated themselves. They treated it as something to
be presented to the people in the right way, talked nut and got
over with.
McGovern failed to see the essential asp vis of the Eagleton
story. First, that nothing like it had ever happened before. It
wasn't about religion or race or questionable political ethic? or
a violation of conventional morals. It was about the mental
health of a top candidate who might someday hold the reins of
decision.
Second, he failed to see that it would hit the media and the
public consciousness like a cyclone, and would continue to seethe
until Eagleton had resigned. No expressions of l OOO'J belief and
support would do any good. It was not something to be con-
tained hut to 1m? resolved, and until it was resolved. McGovern
and his organization and his competence would be subjected to a
raking, damaging scrutiny.
Third, he failed to see that as Ion as it continued it would
divide the party and the country, obsess public attention and
k.-ep any other campaign lamie from getting even a crumb of
discussion. All the issues were swallowe' up in this single issue.
tr "tr &
FOR ALL BIT HIS MOST fervent SUOporters, McGovern
didn't eome out of this crisis well. He neither acted decisively
nor lelt his options open. The closed issue had to be opened again,
the complete support of Eagleton had to be "'reassessed." the
intense public reaction which should have been anticipated with
some measures of realism had now to be reckoned with.
The result was a consir'erable waffling of language and
blurring of image. What was most damaging was not that Mc-
Govern turned out after all to be a politician like others- who
save the misty-eyed believers could have doubted it? but that
he seemed an ineffectual one who had failed to size up the true
situation and lost command of it before he retrieved it. He will
doubtless regain some of bis authority, but right now the bloom
is off the fresh political flower. \
-V t> it
IT IS IDLE TO IMPI'TE to the public a low and unen-
li'jhtenc state of opinion on the psychological issue. The people
themselves behaved remarkably well throughout the ordeal. The
Kmail and messages that got through to Eagleton's office ran
heavily for him. The press and other media had a field day. of
course, performing their task of tracking down what had hap-
1 pened and how. by whom and to whom. The strongest reaction
.-came from the Democratic Party leaders an' contributors, who
HLaw a tough struggle ahead for McGovern at best in his contest
fiw'th a confident and skillful opponent and who rebelled against
adding a burden to the campaign that would make it hopeless.
Some partisans of the mental health movement may feel
that it suffered a setback. Lsn't it true (one questioner at the
press conference put it 1 that anyone with a medical history in
the area now stands ruled out of active functioning in public life?
NO, IT ISN'T TRI'F. at all. As it happens. I have done some
.vork in the mental health area, especially in the human poten-
tials movement. I once wrote a piece suggesting, not wholly in
levity, that Presidents, senators and governors would get rid of
>ome of their tensions by meeting with people on a nonpolitical
J^level in encounter groups. I feel strongly that the hope of a
ishetter and more humanist oolitics lies with more fulfilled and
Expressive personalities, both at the top and among the voters.
I But we need a realistic grasp of where we stand tt this
'tmonr.mt. In every area of life, public and private, a person whose
treatment after a depressive break has been positive can function
normally, and often with a deeper understanding of self. Sen.
Eagleton came through his ordeal of an unbelievable week of
tension not only gallantly but impressively. If I were a voter in
Missouri two years from now I should happily vote to send him
Rbaek to the Senate. Obviously, this applies as well in every non-
political field.
But public opinion registers in a common-sense way, not
lonly the gains that therapy in its various forms has made, but
iBlso the limits of even the best treatment As long as this area
loi doubt remains, there will be a question in the minds of expert
ifend laymen alike about the strains of making clsions in the
top command of the most powerful nation in the world. The
Bstorm over Eagleton was intense because this doubt remained,
Sand a presidential campaign was no time or vehicle to resolve it.
Itl Years \Ko TliU Week: IMS
British police raided the homes
Ol Colin Jordan and other neo-
Nazis. Tripe" rallies were banned. I
'Official Soviet practice today I
, perpetuates the Stalin policy of
depriving Soviet Jewry of continu-
ity with Its pasl and of free ex-
pression in the present," seven
major U.S. Jewish organizations
chargrA
Britain cancollcd its demand
that Israel fly Dr. Robert A. Sob-'
leu. who went to London after I~-
i.-i.l exp.-Ilca him, back to the
United States lo serve a liYe'sch-!
tence, "We are no longer a party
lo the Soblen affair and are not '
rnbaopy about the situation.'' El
AI said.
Austria agreed to aid former i
resident- livin; abroa.' who suf-
fered Nazi-inflicted occupational or
educational setbacks.
Three itexagenarian Jews wi
by teen-agi r
outside
Florida Bar To Receive Awards
The Florida Bar will receive a
' special award for overall cxcel-
[ lence and the first place Law Daj
.award in San Francisco this
I weekend during the American Bar
Association's annual meeting.
The awards will be accepted by
John M. McCarty of Foil Pierce
immediate pasl president, and
William ReeCe Smith, Jr., of
. Tampa, incident.
The Florida Bar is the only bar
association in the country to lake
I two top honors in this year's aha
award of merit competition.
In the category of bar associa-
tions over 4.000. the Bar won the
spe.ial award for excellence for
i its contribution to the drafting
| and passage of Article V, the new
judicial article to the Florida Con
stitution.
A first place plaque will also be
presented to the bar for it<
Law Week in Florida promotion
April 26 through May 3. Tlie week
featured naturalization cere-
monies, rock and rap sessions,
courthouse tours, mock trials and
presentations before hundreds of
Florida civic clubs and schools on
Your
the theme "Today's Law
Heritage."
Since its founding in 1950, the
Florida Bar has copped top hon-
ors in the ALA competition three
times, and has received honorable
mention nine limes.
Soiiibea-t Hebrew Congregation,
Washington,
Ma-, than soooo of Algeria's
ir>oo Jews lefl between March
and August and "no organized
Jewish life" remained, said the
American Jewish Committee.
Tel Aviv named a square after
Shlomo Mikhoi Is, founder of Mos-
cow's Yid i-h Art Theatre. e\ -
CUh d in Hie 1948 purge.
Establishment of a World Min-
istry for Jewish Education and <
c cinl Teachers Colic c at the
Hebrew University for Jewish ed-
ucation In countries outside Israel
was propos d by Dr. Mordechni
Kaplan of New York, founder (
Israeli Investigators To
Probe Cause Of Explosion
ATHENS UTAl Israeli in-
! vvstlgators arrived Monday at the
. Greek island where the Israeli
freighter Dal Iiran exploded Sat-
urday. Although all in licit Ions are
that the cause of the explosion
I and Pie was the chemical cargo
| in the ship's main hold, the possi-
bility of sabotage will be investi-
gated. The ship, insure' for $400,-
000, underwent general renovation
a few months ago, anil was de-
scribed as being in good condition
and seaworthy.
The explosion took place .">()
hour- after the ship left the Yugo-
slavian pori of Drianka. One of
13 crew members was killed in
the blast. Latest reports say that
the ship is grounded in shallow
irate**, hot is n total loss.
the Re onstructionisl movement.
We-t Germany's Free Dem .-
era tic Party, a coalition member.
suspended its Upper Bavarian
11st ricl seeretary pending inquiri
into chorees he was "nationalist
an anti-Semitic."
The Arab refugee problem will
nol be solved in the "Immediate
future" predicted U.N. Acting Sec-
retary General U Thant.
Four ex-Gestapo officers were
indicted in Wunperthal on chargi -
of helping k'll thousands of Jews
in the I'S.S.R.
"I cannot sav the worst Is over."
said Israeli Finance Ministry di-
rector general Yaacov Anion. "Si*
months is loo short a period in
which to judge the success of dr>-
valualion."
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wanted compromises. Initially
indeed, both Mankiewicz and
Sen. McGovern oven tried to
prevent the challenge to the
Daley delegation. But the bril-
liant young zealots leading the
McGovern orrrfnization would
permit no such concessions to
the old political rules.
THESE YOUNG men are in
truth the source am!i fountain-
head of the doctrine that all
the rules have chanced. Their
view needs to be weighed, if
only because they are obviously
among the ablest new figures
to appear on the political scene
in a couple of decad-'s. But their
view also needs to be analyzed
in the light of the ascertainable
facts.
For example, they say. with
r'lblime confidence that M~-
Govern can afford to los tril-
lions of other normally Demo-
cratic voters, because he will
get virtually all the many mil-
lions of votes of those between
the aees of 18 and 29.
BI'T WILL the senator really
get the support of quite so many
of these younger voters?
The pollsters have been work-
ing their computers overtime to
get a line on that question. The
Gallup organization finds, for
instance, that among the regis-
tered voters between 18 and 29,
McGovern now has an import-
ant but not really enormovs
majority. The split is 53'f for
McGovern against 39'' for Pres-
ident Nixon, with the rest un-
decided.
K Ml 1 IK WORSE, the Gallup
organization also finds that the
split of all potential voters in
this age group is only 49 for
McGovern against 41 for Nixon,
with the rest undecided.
That means that among this
age group's potential voters who
have not yet registered,, there is
much more pro-Nixon, anti-Mc-
Govern sentiment than among
those who are registered. Yet
mass registration of the unreg-
istered young, and getting out
the whole young vote next No-
vember, are two of the prime
aims of the youthful leaders of
the McGovern organization.
FOR SUCH reasons as the
foregoing, one thinks of Frank
Kent, an old friend, and one
wonders whether the political
rules have truly changed in a
way that upsets every tradi-
tional calculation.
Change there has certainly
been. But may it not be that
the most important changes are
the strong Republican drifts now
showing in the south and among
the so-called "ethnic groups?"
We shall know the answer in
November. At any rate, the
Democrats have arranged mat-
ters so that the answer will be
starkly plain.
sacrificed to the "new politic-
ians" loathing of Mayor Rich-
ard Daley.
Under the old rules, what was
done to Mayor Daley is hardly
credible. Mayor Daley's organi-
zation, after all, contributed sig- '
nificantly to President Truman's
upset-Victory in 1948. He was |
almost single-handedly respon-
sible for the narrow success of
President Kennedy in 1960.
IN" FACT, one of President j
Nixor/s mot admirable ads
was his refusal to cauce con- |
flict by challenging the Chi-
cago voting figures on which
John P. Kennedy's I960 vie- |
tory rested.
If the oH rules still operate,
moreover, it will be perfectly
easy for Mayor Daley to per-
form his feat of 1960 in reverse.
thereby giving Illinois to Presi-
dent Nixon. That is just what
he means to do, too.
NOTHING less than a pas-
sionate faith in quite new po-
litical rules can therefore ex-
plain the treatment of Mayor
Daley by the McGovern high
command. There was a split in
the command about this matter,
to be sure.
"
South Florida drivers will have
their eyesight screened more
skillfully hereafter owing to j,i
intnetrination meeting Aug. 8,
19T3, sponsored by the Dade
County Optometric Assoc. The
D.C.O.A. Highway Safety Com-
mittee, headed by Evan Fried-
man, O.D., and C. L. Britton,
chief examiner for the Florida
Highway Patrol, plans to have
the Highway Patrol drivers li-
cense eye examiners and sev-
eral optometrists help Dade
County motorists get a "fairer
shake" when applying for li-
censes. The meeting was held
at 5 p m. at Patrol Headquarters,
2515 W. Flagler St.
Officer in charge E. H. Daws
announced that two major in-
ternational stamp exhibitions
BIKfl National Postal Forum VI
will be honored by souvenir
cards to be issued by the U.S.
Postal Service in August. The
philatelic exhibitions are Olym-
pia-Philat-lie Munchen 72, which
begins in Munich, Germany, con-
currently with the 1972 Summer
Olympic Games Aug. 18, and
KXFILBRA 72, opens Aug. 26
in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Na-
tional Postal Forum VI is sched-
uled for Aug. 28-30 in Washing-
ton, D.C.
it ir it
Miami attorney, John Robert
Terry, has been named co-
chairman of the Florida Finance
Committee to reelect the Presi-
dent according to an announce-
ment made by George Champ-
ion. Jr., of Jacksonville, who is
also cochairman.
it it it
Paul Sehahaeker will join the
Health Planning Council staff
on a full-time basis, as the di-
rector of Mental Health. Re-
tardation, and Drug and Alcohol
Abuse Planning. His resignation
was accepted by the board of
directors of the Mental Health
Assn. at its meeting on July 19.
He will continue to work with
the Mental Health Consortium
as a part of his new assignment.
it it it
United Cerebral Palsy Center
of Miami recently held a recep-
tion to honor the 25 couples who
donated and installed an air
conditioning system in the Work
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tion to the couples, all'members
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Sunland.
ir ir ir
On May 22, the Mental Health
Assn. of Dade County, cele-
brated its 25th anniversary dur-
ing the annual dinner meeting
held at the Miami Springs Vil-
las. Sen. Kenneth Myent served
as master of ceremonies, and
Rep. Maxine Baker received the
Ann Spears Stover award for
"outstanding efforts in the field
of mental health."
it ir it
Miami-based Continental Ser-
vices Corp. will build a Shera-
ton Motor Inn in Chattanooga,
Tenn., with an opening date in
late 1973. Continental, headed
by Sherwood (Woody) Weiser
of Coral Gables and Don Lefton
of Miami Beach, recently
opened a Sheraton Inn in Or-
lando, and broke ground there
for a Howard Johnson Motor
Lodge.
it it it
E. Albert {'allot, national
chairman of B'nai B'rith's Com-
mission on Community and Vet-
erans' Services, attended a
meeting of the Order's Supreme
Board of Governors in Washing-
ton, D.C, recently. His commit-
tee provides social service in
17 veterans' hospitals through-
out the United States.
it it it
Florida tax expert Larry
Levy, has been named general
counsel for the office of State
Comptroller by Comptroller
Fred O. (Bud) Dickinson. Mr.
Levy, who has been serving as
assistant general counsel for the
Comptroller's office since Au-
gust of 1968. replaces Carroll
Webb, who resigned recently to
enter private practice of law
and seek a seat in the State Le-
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letters to the editor
>ITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
want to take this opportunity
xpress strong agreement with
ir editorial of July 28th in
pirn you indicated the likelihood
tat Jewish youth will want to
insider entry, in increasing nuiri-
Irs, into various occupations of
(vocational and technical nature.
L\s a vocational counselor, it has
ln.j been my experience that
any Jewish youth, through cul-
jral and social expectations on
part of parents and other sign-
ficant persons, have been pushed
rto both college entry and selec-
tion from within a limited number
professional occupations. We
i ive seen far too much waste of
human potentiality of youth who
lave felt an obligation to train
or professions in which they had
'ither the interests nor capacities
Necessary for success.
Your call for "attitudinal recon-
lltioning" is an essential prerequi-
lite in order that youth, facing the
fuiulamental decision of career
choice, have the freedom to enter
kito crafts and trades from which
to derive personal satisfaction
and make an important contribu-
tion to society. We all have the re-
sponsibility to make the com-
munity more aware and accepting
of the fact that their children do
not. 4li .ni'.'H to become physicians
and lawyers.
From a manpower point of view,
approximately eight out of every
10 jobs to be filled in the 1970s
will be open to young people with-
out a college degree. It is anti-
cipated that service and clerical
occupations will have a growth
of 45'> during this decade. In
addition, substantial shortages
are now being experienced for
workers in health occupations and
many types of skilled trades as
well as technical jobs. As anyone
who has engaged a skilled crafts-
man recently is aware, salary and
wage levels are high.
The Jewish Vocational Service,
in its educational and vocational
program, has as its primary ob-
jective assistance to youth who are
struggling to select an appropriate
career. We are concerned that in-
dividuals have the opjiortunity to
maximize their own potentials in
a socially useful context. We feel
there are many roa's to occupa-
tional satisfaction, and we ap-
plaud all efforts which facilitates a
community..attitude- that permits
and encourages the young person
to move into any of these roads.
EUGENE GREENSPAN
Executive Director
Jewish Vocational
Service. Miami
Cantor Is Engaged By Agudath Israel
Agudath Israel Hebrew Ins'i- night, Sepl 2, and the High Holy
tute, 7S01 Carlyle Ave., Miami Day liturgy Rosh Hashanah and
Beach, has engaged Cantor Her-
schel Wailman for the High Holy
Day services, according to Rabbi
Igor Hershkowitz, president of the
synagogue.
In previous years, Cantor Wald-
man served in the Williamsbur-
JeVrt* ?'?titor'and'BurtWlrte'jWv-
ish Center, of the Bronx. He has
studied under such Chazzonim as
Jehudah Bakon and Pcrlman.
Thi> cantor, who received his
raining at the New York College!
of Music, will piTform the Sell- j
hath services, starting at mid-'
Yom Kippur.
Rabbi Sheldon Norman Ever,
spiritual loader of the synagogue,
will officiate at the services ami
Uliver ihe sermons.
Tickets for the High Holy I>y
-erviee.s may be purchased at the
synagogue office. u d
Betty Page A Candidate
Betty Page, the first local black
woman to qualify for a congres-
sional race, is a Democrat running
for the new 13th Congressional
District seat.
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Pimm. The Jewish Floridian:
During the past weeks, 'This Is
he Week That Was," the Ameri-
n people in the 20th century
itnessed the kind of "Roman Car-
s'' that was popular during the
t century. In those days it was
t enough for the public to see
brave gladiator wounded and
eeding, but could only be satis-
iex'; when the victim received the
numbs down" treatment.
We were witness to a new po-
tical star that had risen to give
As sorely needed leadership and
prhich has been torpedoed and ex-
inguished by "practical politics."
' During the past few weeks we
J*ere witness to a political cruci-
fixion by television personalities
fend news media headline editors
who editorialized from their ivory
towers. I just wonder if any of
them and many of our top national
!'cted and appointed politicians
rould dare to open their own
'. iset doors for fear of all the
keletons that mi^ht tumble out?
They had forgotten to follow the
lietum of a young rabbi in Judea
ho, almost 2.0CO years ago. saiil
. him who is without sin cast
e first stone."
Like most American*, I never
w Sen. Tom Eagleton and nev-
heard of him until lie was nomi-
d for vi?e president. However.
er having watched him daily
television, and esiycially one
rning on the "Today" program,
"n he announcd his withdraw-
I sincerely believe that having
o through the fires of hell
'ough the disclosure of his af-
tion, he has become a better
men lor it. He showed remarkable
courage and stamina.
I believe that to millions of
Americans Sen. Eagleton now
|tk"> 10 feet tall while his de-
tors have shrunk to midgets,
main argument against Sen.
leton was that a vice president
one heartbeat away from the
idency. It is hard to imagine
other man who could have
through the strain and stress
his Is The Week That Was"
Kfl who could have come through
MA such flying colors or in better
|t biggest loser of this whole
mess is not Sen. Eagleton,
Ithe American people. Watch-
|him on television, one could
help but get a picture of an
American boy who grew to
hood and showed all the indi-
ns of having the ability to
llion Stakes Saturday
fillies will have their turn
ikes money as Calder Race
se features the $10,000-added
|ion Stakes on Saturday's ten
program. The Cotillion
fes is for three-year-old fillies
te one mile distance and 18
|e fair sex have been named
lis event. The finals will
older horses at l^i miles
the turf course, the second
I marathon of the season.
become a great national leader.
He projected sincerity some-
thing that has been sorely lacking
in past administrations for a long
time.
Sen. McGovern, up to now, had
given a new hope to millions of
Americans, as evidenced by his
primary victories in the various
states and many of us had looked
forward to voting for him. How-
ever, by capitulating to "practi-
cal" pressures, he compromised his
principles and now the only choice
the American people will have in
this coming election is to vote
for the lesser of two evils or stay
away from the polls altogether on
election day.
ABE SOLOSKO
Miami Beach
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Friday, August 11,
ISRAEL NEWSLETTER
By Carl Alptrl
Jew's Poison Pen No Less Venomous
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TWO VK\K> MM I. uneri Theatre pre-
sented a em young
Hanoch Lei n of the Bath-
tub."' i Hied a- a political -it
TV p'.Hj
during which audiei mi be-
hostile, anta^-
onistic ami finally even violent. A-
n......h' plaj ms finally with-
protest.it,i ,a- >:
I Iii]
the Bnthi il
a] It port lyed
Israel < a i pie w ho nol only
morde their rvirie,, b M o then- own -on-, by
sendin th. n off to
i o mt 'i b rising norm .- it l ...;i.
' d -;. : and a ol
speecl
I '-t--l< ,i ..
Pub
''" '' atl hj to hi*
>th. This i an i at a ti i- ... ..;.....>,_
cl d to tl War ol Atti lioi tl Suez The
roene i i rfe I deeply H ,,;.
fa niiiei
'" fendanti il th< that i ivas
not meant to wound, but to -t:ik> at smuii self-
satisfaction, cha ind Lsi icl ving
politics. It i t that i- the
j ight of sal. e
a; any rate the and boos .-in' finally
the audience violence killed the pla) r? seems even
ii'- ad .. oca nc dl justed.
That was two years ago and Hanoch Levin has
rum come along with a new and successful play.
It no begins to appear that Hanoch Levin has
played a huge Joke on the Israel public and under
cover of hi- hamil.....ocial >atirc ho ha- once again
Today's Thought:
By OR. SAMUEL SILVER
A Masterpiece
It- vor LIKED "Fiddler on th Roof," you'll love "Sho-
loin, a musical play depicting the life of Sholom
Alelchem mitten by J;.e.>i> T. Pincus, of Highland Park,
III.
A lawyer who hat given decades to
synagogal life, Mr. Pincus wrote this
stirring musical extravaganza to help
his temple, Northshore Congregation
Israel, ci lebrate it-, 50th anniversary
Although he knows little Yul'ish. Mr.
I'incii- dexterously picked out those
highlights in tin- life of the ^roat Yid-
dish writer which grip the heart and
strum the heartstrings.
Sholom Aliieh'm was one of 12 children. Poor and
playful though precocious, he lx-'ame a tutor of a rich
man's daughter. She fell in love with him and they married
on very little. Attempting to Ix-come an expert in finances.
Solomon Rabbinowitz lost all hi-; money.
His wife studied dentistry an' helped to support him
as he ground out stories which became popular Hut
Kabinowitz wanted to be a playwright and actually had
two plays open simultaneously in Mew York. The critics
of the Yiddish papers panned them not because they
were poor but because their editors were feuding with
the writer, who had contracted to unite for one of them.
In his play, Pincus see- the lips and downs in tin-
life of Rabinowitz as th,. pattern of Jewish life per Be,
We have troubles but we remain indomitable. We have
difficulties but we maintain our morale.
The Pincus opus i. embellished by lovely songs, writ-
ten by the author and scored by ISaron Moss, a splendid
composer.
Your congregation or society will enjoy either reading
or staging the linens production. Or if you are a Chi-
cagoan, ynu can go to that nightclub called "The Happy
Medium" and watch it being enacted. If you want moiv
data, write Mr. Pincus, 19C..1 York Lane, Highland Park,
III.
Thing." I: has been drawing capacity auxh-
ne throughout Israel Critics and spectators
nd it a humorous but bitinc satire o:
I-raei social life at times burle-qued at time* diffi-
cult I -'and. often slapstick, but cutting k:
:ts ap'.arert criticism of hitman relationship- in the

4s We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
A Itapidlv Changing
I .S. Supreme Court
ARE PI Z/I.KII a- min\ are
by re-
nt d< >'- of the changing Supreme Court.
iii till next yen. In that court season, we
ma> h i e opinions on such issues
in and obscenity; and our
prise and puzzlement may
new heights,
"I'h- art flickers ol hope for
who have been warmed by
i i tal isions al I ting
ility of opportunity and the
keystone protections ol liberties
enshi im i in ti e Bill of Rights
the >''- ol the Warren court. The new rays
ol optimisn Bten from the Nixon court's stunning
B-0 decision cril I ol ivcrnm nt electronic sur-
itbo > court oi 'er of those considered
dume*ti< Judgi Lewis F Powell Jr.. who
.'a- placed In the late Justice Hugo I. Black's seal
v''""' 'l: opinion, letting the executive branch of
government know that it cannot play fast and loose
:n spyini upon people whose -.oliticnl views it op-
pose*, The new court also has come down with
strength on the side of the indigent and helpless,
holding they are entitled to counsel except In very
Rhai ply-defined circumstances.
Son* ire cheered further by the 5-4 ruling on
capital punishment. Before examining the decision
ca efully, thej seem to have concluded that the
death penalty per se is outlaw.d. But the next day.
on closer examination, they realized that the court
was actually saying that the death penalty, as pres-
ently imposed, i- unconstitutional. Only two Jus-
tic wi re .rilling to rule out the death penalty, re-
Bess ol the crime. And while 73 condemned per-
sons now awaiting execution in 31 states will not
he put to death, state legislature- and Congress it-
self may, if they desire, write laws calling for the
death penalty. But such drastic laws will have to be
written with great care and administered In a way
that avoids penalizing unequally the poor man and
' he scorned.
Other recent opinions of the court are heart-
breakers for many who loathe all forms of dis-
crimination and cherish the guarantees of the first
10 amendments. Those who have struggled hard to
lilt the chains of discrimination from the arms of
Jews, blacks, and members of other minority groups
will come in time, if not now. to see in this decision
a return to the temper and thought of Americas
L9til century prejudices.
Similarly, a new court ruling says in effect that
if people want to pass out leaflets in a shopping
center urging the purchase of certain detergents or
better breaks for utility companies or more taxes
for the middle income and low income people of the
neighborhood, that's not objectionable, while a
spirited advocate of a quick ending to the war in
Vietnam now faces arrest if he tries to pass out his
literature in those sacred new precincts of 100';
Americanism the shopping centers or the super-
markets.
Such a ruling vitiates the First Amendment.
But it is a mild irritation compared with the new
court's decision that the news media has no con-
stitutional privilege to protect the sources of its
information from a grand judy, even when such
information is obtained in confidence. Fortunately,
even that part of the press operating well right of
center Is screaming with indignation over this blow
to freedom. And among th/* estates of government
and opinion In this country, the fourth estate is a
powerful ally.
One of the new Supreme Court justices, William
H. Rchoqidst, is quoter*. as saying: "In the long run,
it is- the majority who will determine what the con-
stitutional rights ol the minority are." This ominous
statement chills the hearts of five men. And those
who are free will pray now- that the new court will
come in time to perform in the manner of wise, just
and merciful men.
...... ., "
Staged a bitter and even obnoxious attack or. i
rael'l values and standards, chiefly jls a(I-
toward the Arabs. Now that the play hns been Mm
by thousands, the clue to the allegorj is k,-.
fcake .
Israel, or the Israeli, is this time portrayed in
the person of a young and beautiful girl, S|, i,
'-tiilant. infantile, hypocritical, cruel to everyone
to whom she Ls close. Thing" is a helpless man who
lives with the family. He is degraded, humiliated
dehumanized and finally led to commit suicide with
a helpful push from the girl. He is. of coins,, the
Arab people.
The play is a sickening expression of self-hate
and solf-contempl by an Israeli angry young rr.an
Levin has had a wonderful tine playing his j|y.
on the public, but it is interesting to note that the
performance I witnessed hen- in Haifa after u,
Tel Avh success was received with a scattering of
boos. The public here certainly does not believe in
censorship. bu1 neither will it silently tolerate gro-
tesque falsification of Israel's character. Der Stue-
hit's Insidious caricatures of Jews wc i ex-
ample of unlimited freedom of expression The
l>oison Is no less venomous because it comes :'. m
the pen of a Jew,
I M
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Irv
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,17
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BOOK REVIEW
By Seymour B. Liebmon
f"
Excellent Books ]
Tills PAST JtNK we were in Englan'. Spain an
Portugal. In every bookstore and in every laneuaa
we saw prominentl} displayed O Jerusalem by Larry Q
lins and Dominique Lapierre t Simon f
Schuster. $10). I looked forward ivi:
little relish to reading it. The hnttVs
Niaeis War of Liberation had
well recounted by Netanel Lorch in h
War ol Independence and tol I at
length by Dan Kur/man in Genedi
1948.
To my verj pleasant surprise
the thrlce-told tales reported brilliant
tht stories of the battles held mo is suspense and ti
charm of excellent journalistic writing ma i the
come alive. There are moments of displeasure for bt
Jews and Arabs. The authors narrate the history wit hoi
apparent bias. If there is any, it may be attributed I
the person or persons whom they interviewed Hums
memories are not infallible In recalling events of 2
years aco. Whim blame is placed on Arab propagandist
for netting the stage for the 1918 dramatic flight ol tl
Arabs, the Israelis will cheer. The Arabs will gloat will
glee over the Deir Yassin account. We recommend ut
reading of page 584 as an integral part of this account
The Arab slaughter of 75 Jewish men and women wi
came to Israel to heal, not to kill, is rarely mentioned H
Israeli propagandists. One can indicate faults and -ewr U
statements require elucidation. The book, however. < H^
balance, is a stirring account that will form a part of tl ^1
dl finitive history yet 1o be Written. Till then, this will d
thai
Meyer Levin's The Net tiers (Simon & Schuster. $HL ri?|
\ yon
crowning achievement of a magnificent story- yf
on
Pet
6^n
tho
aba
iint
be
dor
t
is th
teller. The book is epic in scope and size. It is told *'
tenderness, compassion and a knowledge of binyan Ir
haretz;" the building of the land, by the Second Aliya'
It a tour de force. Levin is a Jew witting about J-*
with whom he empathizes. He explores the gamut / r..."
their emotions as if he had been a chalutz and had shar-
their trials and tribulations. The breadth of hi- kn
edge of Jews and Arabs Ls awe-inspiring. The Jam-patW
details and the dramatis persoimae, comparable to W
and Peace, are so skillfully woven together that on.'
more conscious of watching a stage-play unfold than rea
in", a book.
I
of
til II
(Cl
8T
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Mil
Atl
While the chahrtzim were working in Palestine,
young immigrant to these shores dedicated himself
Toman and the rejuvenation of Orthodoxy. Bernard Bel
by Aaron Rothkopf (Jewish Publication Society. $6> i*n
biography. He brought the Yeshiva University to i<
place of dominance as a college of orthodox edueatio'
The author has creditably evaluated in depth one of th
major personalities in modern American Jewish life.
i
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August 11. 1972
vJknist fkridHcun
Page 15-A
LEGAL NOTKI
NOTICE OF ACTION
(NO PROPERTY)
[constructive SERVICE
j*HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
lEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
5F FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
ilVIL ACTION WO. 72-14676
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IK: THE MARRIAGE <>F
JARI) oTTAVIANO, Husband.
n'.n'e OTTAVIANO, Wife,
[Joanne Ottaviano
nit Evergreen Clrcta
Maple Shad.-. New Jersey (IR0.'.2
ki; AKB HEREBY NOTIFIED
an action for Dissolution of Mar-
baa been filed against you and
| are required to serve a copy of
written defenses, if any, to it
(Michael S. (irossman, attorney
Petitioner, whose address is 4-0
kin Road. Suite H03, .Miami Beach,
da 88139, anil file the original
the clerfc of the above styled
t on or before August 88, i;<72:
Irwlae a default will he entered
at you for the relief demanded
complaint or petition.
lis notice shall he published once
Weak for four consecutive weeks
FHK JEWISH FUiKIDlAN.
flTNESS my hand and the seal of
court at .Miami. Florida on this
lav of July. 1972.
H. It. l.EATHERMAN.
Ah Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By 1L B. SHEA
As I>eputy Clerk
ruit Court Seal)
Iniel S. (irossman, Ksq.
skowitz and lirossman, PA.
[Lincoln Itoad. Suite Ml
ni Beach. Florida 331:19
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SIRKIN HI'ILDINti CO, al One I .in-
coin Road, Miami Bea.-h. Florida
13180, intends to register said name
with the t'lerk of the Circuit Court of
Dado County. Florida.
\l W SIRKIN
HARRI8 & SIKKIN, PA.
Attorneys for Applicant
13th Floor rjfl.de Federal Bldg.
Miami. Florida 33131
____________ 7/28 S. 4-11-IS
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKKEBY GIVEN that
the 11-. 1. ::>''I. desiring to tin.-aj.-e in
business under the fictitious name of
liAKST A FRIEDMAN at ill N.W.
1st Avenue. Miami, Fla. intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dado County,
Florida.
LAWRENCE S. FRIEDMAN
7 21-2* s 4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to encage In
business under the fictitious name of
BCONO Tonts at 184 Blacayne Roul-
evard, Miami. Florida intend.- to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florid;*.
JERRY GRANflER
MAC MERMELL
Attorney for Jerry Granger
HifiO s.W Third Avenue
Miami. Florida 13129
7 14-21-**. 1/4
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
[THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
.EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOB
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-9106
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
SB: The Marriage of
fN RAITISTA MA8CARELLO.
usbund.
JA M. MASCAhELLO.
life.
JUAN RAITTISIA MASCAREI I.O
(ienova 20
Apartment No. ,06
Mexico 7. D.F.
IOC ARE HERiCUY NOTIFIED
an action for Dissolution of Mar-
e has been filed against you and
are required to serve a copy of
written defenses. If any, to It
A. JAY CRISTOL. attorney for
fftinner, whose address is 21 North-
Ht First Avenue. Miami.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS 1IEREHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to encage in
business under I he fictitious name of
JBTPORT LAXI) DEVBIAH'MENT
CORP. at Miami. Florida intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dude County,
Florida.
FKHO LAND CORP.
a Florida corporation
7/21-2S 8/4-11
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 7214565
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
THE MARRIAGE OF,
UREER WAKEMAN,
Wife.
and
To: ROBERT I WAKEMAN. II
Husband.
TO. ROBERT WAKEMAN, II
Water Route
Magnolia .Springs, Alabama
36653
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
yoll are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it on
FRIEDMAN AND 1.1''CON. attorney
for Petitioner, whose address it 3737
s.W. Eighth Street, Suite 109, Miami,
Florida 33134. and file the original
with the clerk of ike above styled
court on or before Auk. 85, l'.i72;
Otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded In
the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI,OKIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court al Miami, Florida on Ibla
1 day of July, li'72.
E. 11. WEATHERMAN,
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
lly: It MII.E8
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
FRIEDMAN AM) 1.1PCON
SIITfHBIJ.J, LIPCON
37:'.7 S.W. Mh St.. Suite 109
Miami, Florida 33134
Attorney for ivtitloner
Telephone; 44G-64K5
7/21-2* 8/4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN Ihnl
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of P. anil F. Company at 1088 East
2Mb Street. Ilialeah, Florida 33913
LEGAt NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-15384
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: The Marriage of
Intends to register said name with KON8TANTINE RoHERT
the clerk of lb. Circuit Court of Dad
County, Florida.
ETON OF THE DOVB, INC.
I'aul Dubln, President
1086 Easi 28th Street.
Ilialeah. Florida 83013
KI'KT WE1.I.ISC1I
167 Almeria Ave
Coral Gables, Fla. 83134
Attorney for Sinn ol the Devi. Inc.
N I 1-18-23 '." I
131, and file the original with the
fcrk of the above styled court on
before Aug. 25. 172: otherwise a
fault will be entered against you
the relief demanded in the com-
Jnt or petition.
Tils notice shi.ll be published once
week for four consecutive weeks
The Jewish Moridiaii.
yiTNBS.S my hand and the seal
;.iid court at .Miami. Florida on
If dav of July, 1S72.
F." 11 l.KATHERMAN.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Daile County. Florida
By R. MILES
A Deputy Clerk
i'Uit Court Seal!
K offices ok
VY CIUSTOI,
lortheaal Fiist Avenue
ni, Florida .13131
Imcy for Petitioner
7/21-28 8/4-11
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
72-14525
Petition For Dissolution
Of Marriage
IN RE: The Marriage of Francisco
Alvarez, Husband, and .Maria Alvarez,
WI f e,
TO: Maria Alvarea
313 N. i'1111.1. Avenue, /pt. 2
Ix> AngelcH. California !>on26
You, Maria Alvarez, are hereby no-
tified that a Petition for Dissolution
of Marriage has been filed against
Florida j )'". and you are required to serve a
c;
of
thl

NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
[THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
.EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
[OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-14549
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IE:
IIS WHEEI.ER
|8bi nd
and
EN 1!. WHEEI.ER
il'c
Helen it. Wheeler
Residence 1'tikiiown
)C ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
an action for Dissolution of Mar-
has been filed against you and
arc required to serve a copy of
Written defenses, if any, to it
Stanley E. Goodman, attorney for
lioner. whose address is 2(88 N.W.
Street. .Miami. Florida, and file
original with the clerk of the
styled court on or before Aug-
fK>, 1072: otherwise a default will
tilered against you for the relief
Ulded in the complaint or petition.
is notice shall be published once
Week for feiur consecutive weeks
IE JEWISH KLORIDIAN.
W'ESS my hand and the seal
lid court at Miami, Florida on
IS day of July. 1H72.
E. It l.EATHERMAN.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By: R. mti.es
As Deputy Clerk
it Court Seal)
{LEY E. GOODMAN
N.W. 2nd Street
>i. Florida
for Petitioner
7/21-2* S/4-11
copy of your Answer or Ple-ading to
the I'etition on the Husband's at-
torney, Max A. Goldfarb. 414 Bls-
cayne Building, Miami, Florida 88180
and file the origi'nal Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 23
day of Aug.. lf'72. If you fail to do so,
judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Hill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four eionsecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 1* day of July AD. 1072.
E. H. l.EATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court, Hade County, Florida
By: R. M. KISSEB
Dcnuty Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Max A. Goldfarh
414 Bisoayne Iluilding, Miami. Fla.
33130
Attorney for Plaintiff
7 21-28 8/4-11
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 Matter of
Adoption of minor e-hild
by stepfather.
MALCOLM IRA 8TEEN,
Petitioner
TO: MR- BENJAMIN BCOLA
7*:7 Broadway
Newark. New Jersey
YOU, HEN.TAMIN BCOLA, are here-
by notified that a Petition for Adop-
tion of your minor child has been
filed against you. and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your an-
swer or pleading to the Petition for
Adoption on the Petitioners attorney.
ROHERT 11. BURNS, ESQUIRE. 350
Lincoln ltd.. Miami Reach. Florida and
file the original answer or pleading in
the office of the Clerk Of the Circuit
Court on or before the 88 day of Aug-
ust. 1078, if ye.u fall to do so, Judg-
ment by default will be taken against
you for the relief demanded In the
Petition for Adoption.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in the Jewish Floridian.
DONE AND ORDERED at
Dade County, Florida this 1*
Jul>, in... ^ r.KATHERMAN
Clerk. Circuit Court
Dnde County. Florida
by: 11. E. SHEA
(Circuit Court Seal)
Robert H. Hums. Esquire
350 Lincoln ltd.
Miami Reach. Fla.
Attorney for Petitioner
7 21-2* S/4-11
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-14336
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
JANICE MARINO
Wife,
and
JOSEPH MARINO,
Husband.
TO: JOSEPH MARINO
9H6 Saratoga Street
East Boston, Massachusetts
TOE ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it
on .MAX P. ENI1AL. attorney for Pe-
titioner, whose address Is 1400 N.W.
10th Avenue, Suite 17-G "Centre
House," Miami, Florida 33136, and
file the original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or before
Aug. 25, 1972; otherwise a default
will be entered against you for the re-
lief demanded in the complaint or
petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami, Florida on this
14 day of July, 1972.
E II l.EATHERMAN.
Alt Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By: It. M. KISSEB
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
MAX P. EXCEL
I4ii" N.W. l"th Avenue, Suite 17-G
Miami. Florida 33136
Attorney for Petitioner
7/2I-2S S/4-11
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-13172
(Crawford)
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE; The Marriage of
JIANA MARIA .MONTEHO.
and
MANUEL J. MONTERO,
TO: MANITEL J. MONTERO
RESIDENCE r.VK.Ni p\VN
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
written defenses, if any, to it on
SIDNEY EFRON80N. attorney for
Petitioner, whose- address is 612 Ains-
ley Building. Miami. Florida 33132.
and file th<- original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or before
September Kth, 1972; otherwise a de-
fault will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the complaint
or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four ions icutlVe weeks
III THE JEWISH FLORHMAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami, Florida on this 3
day of Aug. 1972.
E. It. l.EATHERMAN.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Hade County. Florida
By D, RYAN
Ah Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Sidney Efronson
612 Ainsley Building
Miami. Florida 33132
attorney for Petitioner
8/11-18-21
KOSTOVIC,
Petitioner,
and
MARILYN JOAN KOSTOVIC,
Respondent
11. I'einlant.
Mil MARILYN JOAN KOSTOV1I .
Respondent ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED to lib- your written defense to
this Dissolution of Marriage with the
Court's Clerk and serve a copy uiwni
Petitioner's Attorneys, VON ZAMFT
& smith, suite 4K. Continental
Building, 120 South Dixie llwy.. Coral
Gables, Fla 88146 on or bet,,re the <
day of September, 1972, else the Com-
plaint \* ill be taken as confessed.
DATED: lulv 27. 1972.
E. It l.EATHERMAN CLERK
BY: c. p. COPELAND
Deputy clerk
(Cireull Court Seal)
8/4 -11 -is..'.-,
9,1
NOTICE LNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEllr BY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under thu fictitious name of
MALE EGO at 3"7 Miracle Mile, Coral
Gables, Florida, 7613 Dade 1-and Mall,
.Miami, Florida iuunds to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
BEX RICH CORPORATION
a Florida corporation
NELSON Sc FEIXOIAN
Attorneys for HEX RICH
CORPORATION
8/11-I8-2.1 /l
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. 72-15753
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
DORIS ANN VINCENT. Wife
and '
PETER VINCENT, Husband
Ti I: Peter Vincent *
No. 2 Eunice- O.
Terrytown, NY.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it
on DAVID E. STONE, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 1"1 N.W.
12th Avenue, Miami. Florida, and file
the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before Sept.
*, 1972; otherwise a default will he
entered against you for the relief de-
manded in the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
WITNESS my band and the seal
of said court at Miami, Florida OR
this 2 day of Aug., 1972.
E. It. l.EATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By It. M. K1SSF.E
As Deputy Clerk *
(Circuit Court Seal)
DAVID E. STONE
STONE & BOBTCHTN
101 N.W. 12th Avenue
Miami, Florida 88128
3f.8-4222
Attorney for Petitioner
8/4-11-18*0
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NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
72-14445
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
in RE: The Marriage of
ARNOLD ROSEN,
Husband,
anil
SHIRLEY ROSEN.
Wife.
TO: SHIRLEY ROSEN
255-28 filst A Venn.
Little Neck, Flushini!.
New York
You, SHIRLEY ROSEN, are hereby
notified that B Hill "f Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you.
ami you are required to nerve a copy
of vour Answer or Pleading to the
Bill" of Complaint on the Plaintiff*
attorney, l'aul Kwitncy, of KWIT-
NEV KROOP. 42" Lincoln Itoad.
Suite 518, Miami Beach, Florida and
file the original Answer or Pleading
in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 85 day
of August. 1!>72. If you fall to do so.
ludgmenl by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Hill of Complaint.
This notiee shall be published once
each week for four consecutive week*
in THE JEWISH FI.OIUDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Flwridn. this 17 day of July AD. R'72.
E B. LEATHEHMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade. County. Florida
By: R. E. SHEA
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Sean
FAIL KW1TNEY. OF
KWITNEY KROOP
Suite .".12 42 Lincoln Road
Miami It.ach. Florida 38189
Attorney for Plaintiff
1/21-88 8/4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undei agned, desiring to angage mi
business under the fictitious names of
MIAMI MACHINERY MART. H1A-
I.EAH MACHINERY MART, POWER
j T ASSOCIATES at 85M N.W. :.4th
j Street, Miami. Fla. intends to regis-
ter laid names with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
MONRoE REESE
7/21-28 S.4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ol
business under the fictitious name ol
FEJOCAPA INTERNATIONAL BUSI-
NESS ai number i"ii" Urickell Avenue,
Sum- 211. in the City of Miami. Flor-
ida, intends to register the said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Hade County, Florida.
Dated Bt Miami. Florida, this 2ml
da\ Of August. I'.i72.
LATIN AMERICAN
MOTORS i ORPORATION
by, FELL* .1 CASTRO, PRESIDENT
V 11-18-25 9 I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREIJV GIVEN that
ihe undersigned, desiring to engage, in
business under the flclltloua name of
Algonquin Ahhocuucii at number IIM8
Kane Concourse, ill the City of Bay
ll.n I...r Islands, Florida, intends to
i.gisi.r the said name with the < lerlt
..i the circuit Court ..f Hade County,
Florida,
I luted at Bay Harbor Islands. Flor-
ida, ibis :' da} of July. 1912.
THE .MIAMI ALGORNQUIN CORP.,
a Florida coporailon
Sob- owner
NELSON & FKL.DSIAN, P.A.
Attorney for Applicant
1135 Kane Concurs.-
Bui Harbor Island.-., Fla. 33154
8 1-11-18-25
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. 72-28
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OK
WYNEMA SCHWARTZ,
Wife
and
LEON SCHWARTZ,
Husband.
TO: Mrs. Wynem.i ScliwaMz
1128 N. Pennsylvania Avenue
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action tor Dissolution of Mar-
riage lias been filed againsi you and
you are required to serve a copy of
Vour written defenses, if any, to it
on ALBERT WILENSKY, ESQ., at-
torney for Petitioner, whose address
is IBM Con.....d Building, 61 West
Flagler Street, Miami. Florida 88186
(35M-3570), and file the original with
the elerk the above styled curt on
or before Aug. "". I978i otharwlae a
default will be entered againM you for
the relict demanded In th.....mplaint
or petition.
This notice shall be published nnoe
each week for four consecutive weeks
m THE JEWISH FLOKIBIAN.
WITNESS my band and ihe Heal of
said court nt Miami. Florida on this
ji day of July, 1978.
E. }.. l.EATHERMAN,
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Hade County. Florida
By R M KI88EB
\s Deputy cierk
(Circuit Court Seal)
7 2H S. 4-11 -IS
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOH
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72.3847
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
JULIUS L. I.ESSINi:
Deceased. '
To All Creditors and ah Petvona Hat -
nig Claims ..r Demallda Against Bald
Estate:
Vou arc hereby notified and re-
quired f. present any claims and de-
mands wbi.h >..u may have against
the .stale of JULIUS L. I.ESSINO
deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the sain, in dupli-
cate and as provided in s.ciion 733 -
It, Florida statutes, in their offices
in ihe County Courthouse in Dade
County, Florida, within .-ix calendar
months from the time of tho flrat
publication hereof. Or the Same Will
i.. barred.
Hale.I at Miami, Florida, this 1st
dav ..I August. A.D. 1972.
ROBERT L OROVER
As Executor
l-'irst publication of tin- notice on
the 4 dav of August, 1972
tlRDVER WELNSTEIN ti
STAIEER. l'.A.
BY: SHERWLN BTAUBER, B8Q '
Attorney for Estate of
Julius L. Leasing, dee'd
860 Lincoln Road
Minim Reach, Florida
B 1-11-18-25
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
;he undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
iiais locksmith Service a* 11041 s.w
;isi Ten...... .Miami 83148 intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
| the Cireull Court of Dade Coumv,
Florida.
HAROLD WOLF
I 1-11-18-25
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai
the under mm d. desiring to engage In
business under Ihe fictitious name ot
Barry M. Ol.issiiian, M.T>. at 683 N.E.
lC7th Street, North Miami Beach,
Florida intends to reglatei said name
With the Clerk of the Circuit Court ..f
Dade County, Florida.
Barry M. Olassman, M.D.,
638 N.E. I7th Ct, Nil Mia
Kiaiiis.-I ti Avraeb, P.A.
Attorneys for
Baity M. Olassman, MB. P.A.
42" Lincoln Road
Miami 1'.. ach. Fla.
8 4-11-18-2
PA
Bell.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE id HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage la
l.u-iii.--s under the fictitious name of
DELPHV HOt'TiQUE at number 7437
Coral Way. in the City of -Miami.
Florida, intends to registet said name
with Ihe Clerk ..f the Circuit Court of
I lade i '..uiiiy. Florida.
Dl.....I at Miami, Florida, tliis 2i.d
lii\ of August. 1978,
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Reform, Conservative
iTewislh Floridiail Leaders Negotiating
Miami. Florida Friday, August 11. 1972
Section B
AJCongress Says Federal Funds
For Seniors Is Sorely Lacking
NEW YORK Tin- American
Jewish Congress has praised a
new |' vi nment project to iden-
tity and locate elderly persons
eligible for Federal aid a.s an
' excellent beginning," but at the
same time eiiticized U.S. fund-
ing. Special Consultant to Presi-
zens as "a cruel hoax."
In a letter to Arthur S. Flem-
ing, Special Cnosultant to Presi-
dent Nixon on the Aged, the
AJC rioted that at least three-
quarters of poor Jews in the
U.S. todav were over 65 and
"most receive little or no gov-
ernmental assistance."
The Congress spokesman said
the United States had "fallen
far shoit of its obligations to the
elderly.*' and urged revisions in
the Federal budget to include
"more extensive funding" or pro-
grams benefitting them. "To
date, such funding has been sore-
ly lacking," wrote Naomi Levine,
executive director-designate of
the Congress.
The new government propect,
FIND announced by Mr.
Fleming is attempting to lo-
cate tWorly persons eligible for
food starrps, surplus food and
other Federal programs through
leaflets describing eligibility re-
quirements, mailed out this
month with 19 million Social
Security checks addressed to
persons 65 or older.
Prepaid postcards will be en-
closed for needy |>ersons to mail
back. The.se elderly poor will re-
ceive ; personal visit by a vol-
unteer of the America Red
Cross, who will also attempt to
identify other needs that can
be met by existing services, ac-
cording to Mr. Fleming.
Mrs. Levine said the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress was pleas-
ed to learn about the nationwide
attempt to disseminate informa-
tion on aid to the elderly jxxir.
and noted that AJCongress had
recently published and distribut-
ed a "Directory of Aids, Faci-
lities and Services Available to
the Jewish Aged in the City of
New York."
She suggested that the gov-
ernment print a similar pam-
phlet for the Jewish elderly and
expanded versions for other seg-
ments of the public, "community
by community."
Mrs. Levine said, however,
that meaningful help for the
nation's elderly would only come
through adequately-funded pro-
grams.
She noted that in fiscal 1971
the Senior Opportunities and
Seivices Program of the Econo-
mic Opportunity Act received
only $7.8 million to identify and
meet the needs of persoHS over
60, a figure only "1/50 of the
money allocated to Head Start.
"We point this out not to urge
any reduction in Head Start
allocation, but rather to demon-
strate the enormous disparity
between this government's pro-
testations about the needs of the
elderly and its actual financial
commitments," Mrs. Levine
wrote Mr. Fleming.
The AJCongress spokesman
noted that in the light of data
showing seven million poor
Americans to be over 60, "the
amount of Federal money avail-
able for the aged is nothing less
than a cruel hoax on this too
frequently forgotten segment of
our population."
Merchants Want to Sell And
Get Out, Survey Reveals
MILWAUKKE tJTAlA sur-
vey of the views of Jewish mer-
chants in Milwaukee's inner
city, made for the Milwaukee
Jewish Council, have disclosed
that owners of small enterprises
want to sell and get out, while
those oj>crating larger stores
believe they ioan handle the
special problems of doing busi-
ness in a Black ghetto.
Whether large or small, the
merchants did not list anti-
Semitism among their problems,
according to Saul Sorrin, execu-
I tive director of the Milwaukee
M Jewish Council, in summarizing
i.___ the findings of the study, which
Lwas made by Julian Vudelson.
assistant professor of marketing
[at Marquette University.
The study was ordered by the
[council to meet its responsibili-
ties in two program areas: con-
flict suffered by the Jewish com-
munity and the council's involve-
ment in the urban crisis, Mr.
Sorrin said. The 224 retail busi-
ness operators studied in the
project listed lack of insurance,
robberies and losses to shoplift-
ers as their key problems. Mr.
Sorrin said that while resident
Blacks may dislike the Jewish
merchants, the attitude was not
often made evident to them.
The study found 1775 enter-
prises in the ghetto and, with
the help of knowledgeable inner
city businessmen, those owned
by Jews were identified. Each
Jewish merchant was sent a
questionnaire and a covering
letter from Robert M. Gill, coun-
cil president.
Israel's Ties To 'Reactionary Forces'
loured The New Left, Paul Jacobs Says
JERUSALEM (WNS) Paul
Jacobs, a New Leftist from San
Francisco, charged that Israel's
alignment with "reactionary
forces," coupled with its post-
Six-Day War policies, have
caused the New Left to become
anti-Israel and anti-Zionist.
Mr. Jacobs told the closing
session of the American Jewish
Congress-sponsored 10th annual
American-Israeli Dialogue that
the New Left was "soured" by
Foreign Minister Abba Eban's
presentation of the State of Is-
rael Award to Gov. Ronald Rea-
gan of California, and the Amer-
ican Histadrut's dinner honoring
Mayor (then police chief) Frank
* Rizzo of Philadelphia.
Mr. Jacobs also denounced
what he called "Israeli interfer-
ence in American Presidential
campaigns," a reference to Am-
bassador Yitzhak Rabin's re-
ported but since denied en-
dorsement of President Nixon's
reelection.
Prof. Theodore Draper of the
Institute of Advanced Studies at
Princeton University, declared
that Israeli interference in the
Presidential campaign was "un-
precedented, unwise and short-
sighted." He added that he him-
self would be tempted to vote
for Sen. George McGovern just
because of the reported endorse-
ment of President Nixon by Is-
raeli officials.
Although special note was
made ef the needs of the aged In
more than a half-dozen places
in the Economic Opportunity
Act. "these sections have not
been properly implemented and
have not been properly funded,"
Mrs. Levine added. "Without
such funding they are meaning-
less. We would hope you and
other public officials will l>egin
to demand such funding at once."
The 21-page "Directory of
Aids" published by the American
Jewish Congress is targeted to
the Jewish aged, but includes
information applicable to the
non-Jewish aged as well.
For example, sections on Soci-
al Security. Medicaid and Medi-
care, food stamps, entertainment
discounts, housing and rent as-
sistance, employment, home-
maker services and counseling
apply to all senior citizens.
JERUSAI.KM i WNS I.ead-
it> of the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations of Amer-
ica Reform i and the United
Synagi>g'if of America (Conser-
vative), have been meeting pri-
vately with Louis A. PblCUS,
itivc chairman of the World
Zionist Organization, in an at-
tempt to gain WZO member-
ship for their organizations.
The WZO executive reportedly
hid not been informed of the
talks, and it was expected thai
th. National R< ligiou I 'at ty and
its supporting Mizrachi groups
would "raise a storm" when they
learned ol the negotiations.
In acknowledging the talks.
Mr. I'incus said they were "at a
very preliminary stage" and that
the WZO "has always aspired
to be as broad-based as possi-
ble and to include all Jews."
Reform and Conservative lead-
ers have long protested the non-
recognition of their rabbis in
Israel. If their movements en-
ter the mainstream of Zionist
life through membership in WZO,
they will be expected to bring
pressure on the Israeli govern-
ment to rectify the non-recog-
nition.
At present, representatives of
all three branches of American
Jewry serve on the WZO execu-
tive in New York in their per-
sonal capacity, and no; as re -
resent at ives of their orga
lions.
FRANCE MAY EXTEND
EMBARGO TO LIBYA
PARIS (JTA) Plans by
Libya and Egypt for a I ic -
an :ement bro ighl a
heit lure that the French
government might extend to
Libya i's six-year-old em-
bargo on arms shipmi nts to
in lligerents in 'be 1967 Six-
Day War. The French gov-
ernment decided to take an-
other look at future sales of
Mirage planes to Libya if
such an arrangement is for-
malized.
In the tall of 1970. when
it announce! it would sell
HO Mirage jet fighter planes
to Libya, France said that
the issue of arms to Libya
would be reviewed if Libya
became a belligerent in the
Mideast conflict. F.gyptian
President Anwar Sadat and
Liblan leader Muammar el-
Quaddafi signed this week
a "complete unity" agr.....
ment, effective Sept. 1, 1973.

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+Jewlsli IfrirkHur
Friday, August 11, 1972
ounir Singles At Beth Torah Plan Future Activities
Beth Torah Congregation of
Jonh Miami Beach ho* tumounrHl
Ik formation <>f a Young Singles
rou for ages 18-24. Planm- ac-l
IviUoii for iIip coming year arc'
ivVr Hi dl -rction of Mil s P.
^iTrHrr. virith director of the!
~>\yi '_,:iiU>n. 'in 1 KnoiMored by
Y'H'h Commission chairman,
iw Schorr.
'InolnVH in tlw> nfeifM for
nuns. Singles are affiliation with
Mli", tho national organization
oi tin- United Synagogue of Amor-
' a; ATIf) -|Kin<0!'sli;i) of a news
.'< tter with Mark Greenspan as
lit r and Kim Foster of thi' Pratt
institute as graphics editor, an
programming Cor Young Singles in
the Miami aria during the school
year," Richie Leebow, acting
chairman of th<- group, declared.
Activities were to include an
evening meeting Thursday, when
a chartered bus was) to leave Beth
Torah at 7:30 p.m. for Tho Flick
hu>Year Nursing Graft! For M-DJC
A one-year nursing grant in the
hnount of $116,241 awarded to
Uarnl-Oade Junior College will he
[haii-d by North and South
pmi;Hises. it has been announced.
The sr-nnt was made through
liie Division of Nursing ot the Na-
tion, d Institute of Health which
BtfmateS tin- current shortage "t
f.Ns at 157,000. To help alleviate
this shortage, the 1971 Nurse
rtaining Act authorfrea an outlay
$85 million during the next
|hr<-- years to expand nursing
lYeshiva Day School
[Sets Registration
Yoshiva Day School, 090 N'K
MTisi St., i- conducting registra-
tion at it* office for all grades,
Jnui'M ty through sixth, accor tag
I i Rabbi Stanloj B. Weiss princi-
pal.
Rabbi Weiss said the North Dade]
|t-choil will offer a comprehensive I
MiTieulu n i"liulin-^ -;^ciali/el j
training in reading, ait and mu
kic. Homo ccMksntl i will )x of
ler'.d girls in grades third through
[sivtii, and bus transportation wtl'
I be available in North Dade and;
I'.row.-nil (' "inties.
Mrs. [rvvin Makovsky, wife of a
Miami B 'aeh physician, was nam id
instructor for the home economic-; j
course. Slip i-. a irra'iate of Harry
College, where she received a de-
citse a- n dietician. Site is a state
jcertified home economics Instruo-I
tor, mu! while at Barry College,
,-i;,i,i^iw'i kosher kitchen at the
< 'atholic college.
schools and encourage ineroaa d
enrollment through financial aid. I
During the 1971-72 academic
year. Miami-Dade had 424 stu- I
dents, Including IS men. in tle As-1
sociate degree RN nursing pro-
gram. An Increase to 170. includ-
big IS men. is expected for the
fall term.
In addition. North Campus had ,
240 students in the one-year prae-
I ical nurse program. Beginning ]
a ith the fall term, this curriculum ,
w ill also lx- offered at the South
('ampuSi
According to Elizabeth Land-
Ten, director of Allied Health
Studies at North Campus, the
-rant will bo used
  • i special one-year program for ex-
    perienced practical nurses who
    .*iw wish to became registered
    nurses; (2i To expand the part-
    time educational program for fi-
    nancially disadvantaged health
    workers (hospital aides I who wish
    ;o become practical nurses, and
    <3i For nursing curriculum im-
    provement and addition of studies
    in community health nursing.
    Coffee House near the University
    ol Miami.
    A pknte-liarbecue-swim is sched-
    uli d for Sunday with a chartered
    bue leaving Beth Torah at 11 a.m.
    ,'ur TV Park in Hollywood.
    Committee Set Here
    To Fight For Strict
    Conversion in Israel
    A Dade County "Committee for
    Jewish Survival" has been formed
    to fight fat adoption of an amend-
    ment to the State of Israel's Law
    of Return. Organization of the lo- |
    cal group followed", a community-1
    wide i ally held recently at Beth |
    Israel Congregation at which
    Rabbi Moshe Feinsteln spoke.
    The new eommiitee this week|
    protested the refusal of the Is-
    raeli I.ahor Party coalition to sup-
    port the proposed amendment
    which requires the conversion of
    any non-Jew to be carried out in
    strict accordance with the laws of
    the Torah.
    Spokesmen for the committee
    here said the rapid Increase in
    immigration to Israel of Russian
    Jews has accentuated the conver-
    sion problem. Thc they .said. Increase the danger to
    the J< wish people from both inter*
    tnm rfagc and improper conver-
    sion.
    Ad ttlonal rallicsi and meetings
    will lie held in Greater Miami to
    alert local Jewish leadership, the
    spokesmen said.
    It's not every day that someone receives the Centennial
    Award from the Boston University School of Law, and so
    when the Morton Adlers' good friend, Alex Gordon, (sec-
    ond from left) was named a recipient of that distinguished
    award in recognition of his outstanding service to the legal
    profession they held a reception in his honor. The well-
    wishers included Mrs. Eli Timoner, (left) Mrs, Morton Fell-
    man, Eli Timoner Mrs. Gordon, and Morton Fellman.
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    MR. AND MRS. SYDNEY STEIN
    upon the Marriage of their Daughter
    LAURA to ARNOLD MISHC0N
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    mushrooms and cheese, and seasoned to
    perfection in the real Italian way.
    What a treat to serve...tastier and
    easier than the frozen kind. And so muck
    thriftier, too. Costs only about 18v* a serv-
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    Dedicated Involvement' To Be Theme
    Of JWY Ladies Auxiliary Encampment
    "Dcclirntod Involvement. Yes-
    H'lday, Today and Tomorrow" will
    he the theme of the 45th annual
    encampment of the National
    Ladies Auxiliary. Jewish War
    Veterans, to be held Aug. 13-20
    .t the Astroworld Hotel in Hous-
    ton, Tex.
    Mrs. Malvina V. Freeman, of
    Hollywood, Kla.. a past national
    will cite Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson,
    other Floridiana who will at-
    tend the conclave are Mrs. ZeMa
    Glass, past president, Department
    of Florida, a nomniee for the of-
    fice of national guard; Mrs. Lil-
    lian Schoen. Florida State presi-
    dent; Mrs. Rose Hecht, president.
    Hollywood 6J.3; Ab^ Herman
    Muransky. Mrs." Jack Berman. and
    resilient, is serving as general Mrs. Herman Zcwibach represent-
    national chairman of the conven-
    tion.
    Highlights of the convention
    will include an "Involvement in
    Veteran Affair" conference chair-
    ed by Peter Miller of the VAVS in
    Washington, D.C.; presentation of
    recreational tables to the V. A.
    Hospital in Houston, and presen-
    tation of recreational items to the
    Children's Institute for Blind and
    Deaft
    National president Billie Kern
    .f Miami Beach will be the
    honoree at a banquet, and a
    Woman of the Year" luncheon
    ing the Hollywood Auxiliary.
    The U.S. Air Force Band will
    entertain and Mrs, Herbert Gop-
    man, wife of the State Command-
    er JWV, will offer a program of
    songs.
    Mrs. Freeman, who came to
    Hollywood five years ago, has
    served as national president for
    two years, national judge advo-
    cate and national convention
    chairman for 10 yean and is pres-
    ently chairman of the national
    advisory board. She is a nominee
    for national treasurer.
    Mrs. Herman Heads Miami Delegates
    Attending 58th Hadassah Conclave
    Latin-American
    Fiesta Aug. 27
    At Central 'V
    Fiesta! an afternoon-evening
    celebration of life, co-ponsorcti by
    the Jos. Marti YMOA. Internation-
    al Branch, and the Young Men's
    and Young Women's Hebrew Asso-
    ciation of Grealcr Miami (YM-
    YMHAi, i< Rcheduled for Aug. 27:
    iplans rail for International repnv
    mentation by many Latin-American
    countries through foods, products,
    costumes and music.
    The six hours of activity, be- i
    ginning at 2 p.m. at the central [
    "Y."8500 SW 8th St., is open to|
    the public The program Includes
    I both informal and formal enter- '
    i lainmeiit a dominoes tournament,
    I booths of national foods and prod-
    ucts and an intermingling of cul-'
    Hires.
    I
    This mixture of people and na-;
    j lions will riill the "YV courtyard .
    with displays, languages and color.
    The pace will lie set by strolling
    singers and musicians, the aroma
    of new and old ppices and the ex- .
    change of friendly greetings In
    many tongues,
    Aug. 16 through Sept. 6. Da*
    j Countians arc Invited ti> brini
    tneir lunches and eat as ihej
    W. C. Fields Film Festival
    A "W. C Fields Film Festival
    will be held at the Main Libiary
    of the Miami-Dade Public Library tough at ,ht" antics of w c
    System each Wednesday at noon fields.
    TEMPLE OR OLOM
    8755 S.W. 16th Street
    Now ;<< piino High Holiday Reservations
    "Apply your reservations Toward a yearly
    memherfchip during the month of September.**
    Sliehos Rosh Hashanah Yoni Kippur
    CONDUCTED BY
    RABBI ELLIOT WINOGRAD CANTOR YEHUDA BINYAMIN
    Doily Minyon Service
    Nursery School
    Dr. Myron Coulton
    President
    Hebrew I Sunday School
    Jr. I Sr. USY Youth Program
    Mr. Ather Melier
    Executive Director
    HadaSMh has called its 58th
    annual convention for Aug. 20 at
    the New York Hilton Hotel. Mrs.
    Morris M. Herman, president of
    the Miami Chapter of Hadassah,
    Will lie among delegates attend-
    ing.
    With a membership of 320,000.
    the convention will draw repre-
    sentatives from all 50 states and
    Puerto Rico,
    Distinguished guests <',r"' >'-
    era at the convention will include
    Foreign Minister Abba Eban and
    Dr. Jacob Xeusncr of Brown Uni-
    versity. Dr. Michael Usdan who is
    cm the faculty of New York Uni-
    versity, and Dr. Kalman Mann, di-
    rector of the Hadassah Hospital I
    In Israel, will both speak on'
    Youth Aliyah.
    Other Miami delegates are:
    WANTED
    OLDER WOMAN
    AS COMPANION
    to same on Miami Beach can
    hold other day job. Respond to
    D.M., P.O. Box 2973, Miami, Flor-
    ida 33101.
    EARN $75.00 $100.00
    A WEEK PART-TIME
    Sales representative work
    from home. Largest designer
    of exclusive invitations offers
    unusual opportunity.
    Seeks personable housewife
    or family man. Sales ability,
    graphic arts appreciation, ele-
    mentary Hebrew helpful.
    Mr. Miller, ArtScroll Studios
    156 Fifth Ave.,
    New York, N.Y. 10010.
    MRS. MORRIS M. HERMAN
    Mrs. William S. Parker. Mrs.
    Lloyd OrlOW, Mrs. Sarah Lilian-
    thai, Mrs. Maxwell Weisberg.
    Mrs. Alvin Burger, Mrs. Marvin
    Borenstein, Mrs. Gertrude Bash-
    man, Mrs. Ruth Berkowltz, Mrs.
    Harry Goldkin, Mrs. Samuel
    Lcvvy, Mrs. Hubert Keingold, Mrs.
    JackP.urte. Mrs. Herman Flake,
    Mrs. Doris Roffe, Mrs. William
    Paul, Mrs. Robert Schweitzer,
    Mrs. Lillian Mizel. Mrs. David Elli-
    son, Mrs. Stephen Morris, Mrs.
    Nathan Grief, Mrs. Sol Zimmer-
    man, and Mrs. Leonard Wolpe.
    'Women for BUM
    Welcome Principal
    Rabbi and Mrs. Dov Bldnick will!
    !> welcomed bv the "Women for
    ll>liel" at a coffee iii their honor.
    Wcdnediv at 10:30 a.m. in ""]
    homo i.f M--.. Arthur Upson. 20000
    XL 20th Cl North Miami Beach,
    The officers and members will.
    be introduced to Rabbi Bldnick
    who recent!, .ini'.ec! in Miami
    from L'tica. N.Y.. in assume hi
    rlotles a th' new principal of the
    Hi'lei Community Day School
    21288 Blscayne Bl\ I.
    Jackie Sheir, president of tlv
    newly formed organization, has an-
    nounce' that membership will be
    open for the months <>f August and
    September and anyone interested
    in joining "Women lor Hillel" "
    in attendinq the coffee should con-
    tacl her at home.
    Senior Citizens Meet
    The American federation "I
    Senior Citizens. Miami Peach
    chapter, was to meet Thursday Bl
    7 p.m. at the Financial Federal.
    755 Washington Ave. David Taub
    is president of the group.
    For Information Call Temple Office 221-9131
    DR. Maxwell Berger, Rabbi Rev. P. Hillel Brummer, Cantor
    Conservative
    TEMPLE ZAM0RA
    "THE FRIENDLIEST SYNAGOGUE IN TOWN"
    44 Zamora, Coral Gables, Florida
    Proudly announces that it is accepting applications for member-
    ship Hebrew School registration now open. Transportation
    is available. Reservations for High Holy Days taken now. Daily
    Minyan morning and evenings Adult classes for various
    courses Sisterhood, Men's Club Supervised activities for
    all age levels. For further details come in to the office at 44
    Zamora Avenue, Coral Gables, or call 448-7132.
    SELICHOS SERVICES MIDNIGHT, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2
    PRECEDED BY A SOCIAL HOUR, STARTING AT 10 P.M.
    EVERYONE IS INVITED AND WELCOME
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    WORLD-WIDE SPONSOR OF REFORM LIBERAL JUDAISM,
    INVITES YOUR PARTICIPATION AND WORSHIP.
    Dade Federal Building, 101 E. Flagler Street, Miami, Florida 33131
    Regional Director Rabbi Sanford M. Shapero
    Regional Office
    CTcmp/e Jjttti 4=An*
    5950 S.W. 88 St. (N. Kendall Drive)
    Miami, Florida
    The Suburlian Reform Congregation
    Cordially Invitee You to Join
    Its Congregational Family
    NURSERYRELIGIOUS AND HEBREW SCHOOL
    ADULT EDUCATION AND YOUTH GROUPS
    Herbert M. Baumgard, D.H.L., Senior Rabbi
    Barry Altman. Aaaociate Rabbi
    Adjacent to Kendall and Coral Gables
    Phone 6*75587
    TEMPLE BETH SH0L0M
    RABBI LEON KRONISH, D.D.
    4144 Chaae Avenue. Miami Beach
    (Daily Nuraery School and Kindergarten
    through Confirmation and High School)
    Religious School Registration Now In Progress
    Call the Temple Office 538-7231
    for information regarding
    THE BETH SHOLOM FAIR SHARE
    FAMILY PLAN
    TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MIAMI
    137 N. E. 19th Street
    Beginning Our 51st Year of Service
    DR. JOSEPH R. NAROT. Senior Rabhi
    BARRY TABACHNIKOFF. Asst. Rabbi
    JACOB G. BORNSTEIN. Cantor
    Services tvtry Friday evening at 8:15 o'clock
    Mid-Week Hebrew Classes: North Miamiat
    Sabal Palm Elementary School
    For Temple Affiliation and Religioua School
    Information Call 379-8311
    TEMPLE SINAI
    The Reform Congregation of North Dade
    18801 N.E. 22 Avenue. North Miami Beach
    Ralph P. Kingsley. Rabbi Irving Shulkes. Cantor
    Kenneth J. Schwirtz. President
    Sabbath Services: Fridavs ,-.t 8:15 p.m.
    Saturdays at 10:30 a.m.
    For information concerning Membership.
    Religious School Registration. Youth Groups
    and our varied activities for Young and Old
    Call 949-3429
    TEMPLE JUDEA
    5500 Granada Boulevard. Coral Gables
    Serving Coral Gables and South Dade
    RABBI MORRIS A. KIPPER
    Sol Schreiber. President
    RELIGIOUS SCHOOL YOUTH GROUP
    ADULT EDUCATION
    For Affiliation and Information
    Phone 667-5657
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    More than 1,000 guests joined in a special tribute to Israel
    at the Grossinger Hotel and Country Club during a recent
    "Israeli Festival Weekend" staged there in cooperation
    with El Al Israel Airlines and the Ministry of Tourism.
    Pictu:ed in the hotel lobby with model of cm El Al jet are
    (from left to right) Jacob Pachter, director of the Israeli
    Government Tourist Office, Eastern Region, U.S.A., Ruth
    Zadck, El Al ground hostess at Kennedy Airport; Mrs. Paul
    Cio.:Linger, who originated and coordinated the two-day
    festival; Karen Arezzi, another El Al ground hostess at
    Kennedy Airpoit, and Harold Seligmann, president of Four
    S'.ai Tours, a leading U.S. packaaer of tours to Inmel.
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    General Admission: $1 Grandstand, $2 Clubhouse
    Sorry no minors.
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    Miami Jaycees, 1.972
    Served 6 years in Fla.
    House of Rep., (1966-1972).
    President-Elect National
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    Neil pcesidral of the Girl Scouts cf the U.S.A. at c special
    reception bald io: Dr. Cecity Selby. iseccnd from Ml Brit-
    91 educator who has beer, cppoir. ec rvahonctl execu-
    :- directoi cf the 4 miiiic-r.-memh^r scout movement. At
    Mrs. Charles H Fmkelstein cf Ccrci Gables, c na-
    tional board merr.be:. Rabbi Fehr.cr. 3 the Jewish rel:g-.ous
    - national boa : G:rl Scou:s oi the U.S.A.. and
    .-:.-.- r. cf the Synagogue Council of America
    Ccmn 3irl Scouting which sponsors Jewish Educa-
    or; Menorah Award for Girl Scouts of the Jewish faith.
    The Hille! Community Day School will open Sept. 5, for the
    1972-73 school year at this new location. 21238 Biscayne
    Blvd. Renovations are now being completed and registra-
    tion is open for nursery through the 8th grade. From left to
    right aie school vice presidents; Ben Genad, Leonard Schrei-
    ber, and Harvey Baxter with Rabbi Dov Bidnick. principal.
    I A New Recipe .
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    Fool*' reputation for quality.
    Caffcin? Well, since caffein has ,
    no taste- Sanka drinkers enjoy nnly
    rich, smooth coffee flavor fla-
    vor that is never bitter.
    Sanka is available in three con-.
    venient form-;: Frezee-Dried. In-
    stant or Ground. Do try som-
    soon.
    The Dade County Women's Committee for Project HOPE
    held a champagne-coffee recently at the home of Mrs. Hol-
    lis Beck. Oeft). With her are Mrs. Emil Pecora, a new com-
    rnir.ee member, Mrs. Jean Marie Fascell, and Mrs. Alice
    Morse, president. The womea were among those who met to
    finalize plans for the Oct. 11 luncheon to be held at King's
    Bay Club. Mrs. Beck and Mrs. Fascell are serving as co-
    chairmen of the affair.
    Abe C. Fine To Head Home's 1972 Drive
    Philanthropist Abe C. Fine of
    - bi en named to
    'h<- 1972 cam|ia!gn of the
    Miami Beach Hebrew Hume for
    he As
    .'I;. Fine's appointment was an-
    -" -o"rd 7\\\yv\. i
    itent of the Home, who reportc1 j
    th. t a minln.um goal of S300.O00 j
    has been set to help meet the S3,- j
    000.000 annual maintenance oostl
    of the home's two units at 310
    Collins Ave.. and 320 (ui!ins Ave.
    which houses 156 residents.
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    Supreme Court Justice Joe Ecyd (right' greets newly swora
    in Circuit Court Judge Sam I. Silver and his wife. He'.er.e
    following c ceremeny which took piece in c courtroom
    packed v.-.:':-. judges relatives end friends. Judges Marshal!
    Wiseheart, Terr. 3arkdu!l and Henry Bclabcr.. and forme:
    iudces Robert L. Floyd and Lucien C. Proby, J:
    pc:ei in the proceedings. The Hon. William Ree-e Smith
    president c: the -'.zz'.da Ear. presented a copy of the Holy
    Scriptures published by the Jewih Publication Society to
    Judge Silver, who was appointed by Gcv. Reub:-. ."
    to fill the ur.excired term of the late Judcie John J. Kehoe
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    CLASSES HELD AT 1701 WASHINGTON AVENUE
    ____________and at 727 77th STREET
    Limited Reservations Still Being Accepted for
    THE LEHRMAN DAY SCHOOL
    ____________________Grades 1 through 8
    Under the personal supervision of DR. IRVING LEHRMAN, Rabbi
    Mae Perlstein, Principal
    Ellen Ditchek, Assistant Principal
    Naomi B. Brandeis, Pre-School Supervisor
    Dr. Joseph Diamond, Hebrew Consultant
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    Roz 'Mrs. Gerald P.i Soltz, who, with her family, moved to
    Israel in August of 1971. will i>. in New York c'it> Auc. 20 to attend
    the National Hadassah I'(invention. Mrs.
    Morris M. Herman, president of the Miami |
    Chapter of Hadassah, is taking to the con-
    vention, anjmitatiin to Uo/; y.i vjsii here
    and be guest ..peaker lor tin* chapter board
    meeting to l>e held Aug. 28 at 10 a.m.
    the Federation B!dg. on Biscayne Blvd.
    During her years in Miami. Mrs, Soltz
    served as presi .nt of the Florida Region
    ol Hadassah and on the national board. She'
    la also a past president of B'nal B'rith'
    Women, and served on the hoard- of the ,
    Southeast Zionist Youth Commission and
    Jcwfrh Welfare, She formed the first1
    Spanish-speaking Hadassah group in Miami,
    and was much sought alter as a public
    | s|" aker.
    When Mrs. Soltz and her family went to Israel la-t year, tiny
    Dived on an I'lpan for six months. Mr. an Mrs. Suit/., their three chll-
    i ren, and his mother now live in an apartment in Herzila, Israel.
    Operation Israel 1973 provided the theme
    and enthusiasm for a gathering at the home
    of Mr. and Mrs. Morton Silberman recently.
    Mrs. Silberman, (third from right) is Opera-
    tion Israel chairman for Greater Miami. Last
    year, four Miami couples participated in the
    Operation Israel missions 10-day in-depth
    study tours of Israel under the auspices of
    the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and
    United Jewish Appeal compared to over
    40 couples this year from the Greater Miami
    area. Shown above are (from left): Mike and
    Joyce Sumberg, L. Jules Arkin and his wife,
    Sandra, Mr. and Mrs. Silberman, and Mari-
    lyn and Harry B. Smith.
    Rose an Abe Kasow of Miami have been having a hectic time the
    Jlast few weeks watching their grandchildren on the tennis circuit.
    j Alter shepherding granddaughter Rebecca Sadoff through 11 matches
    |ai the United Lawn Tennis Assn. Girls lei Championships in Charleston.
    |\V. Va., they returned her to Camp Kiniya in Vermont in time to greet
    Igranddaughter Joninna Sadoff who had just won the Central Vermont
    In iris Championships, singles and doubles. The Kasows took the tro-
    |j hies for safekeeping. They then touted Vermont and Canada, and \
    I Abe returned to Miami, leaving Rose in New York; he will join her
    i I gain there in lime to attend a family wedding.
    *****
    So! and Eleanor Rosenkranz of the DeauvUlp are back from
    iKurope and have only one complaint about the trip. They "walked and
    walked and walk.ii!" But they found Paris "just beautiful, the Folios
    |Bergerc a real Bpectacular, and the food great."
    *****
    "Greetings from the Holy Land" came from Milton Gordon, with
    [J.-< aititul views of the Citad >l, the Western Wall, the Knesset Bulldin :
    bnd a panorama of the Old City, all on one round po*l cat
    Joseph Frederic Blitstein ol" the Crystal House on Miami Beach
    Y;l< been selected one of the "Outstanding Young Men of America
    for 1972" and will appear in the annual biographical compilation, "Out-
    Handing Young Men of America." Men included in iliLs publication are
    honored for "their outstanding achievements in their communities,
    1 professions and country." Son of Mr. and Mrs. I -a are Blitstein of I-a
    Goree Dr., Joseph is a graduate of Miami Beach High School, and
    praduated, with honors, from the University of Miami with a B.A.
    degree in history and government. He started work on his master's
    {ii the U-M, and continued toward it at Universida Pontisicia Boliv-
    ariana In Mcdcllin. Colombia, where he was an Organization of Amer-
    ican Government research scholar and studied polities of the urban
    boor. He then attended Clarement Graduate School in California
    where he was a Hayes Foundation Planning Fellow and earned a
    master's degree in government and public administration. He was
    i awarded a Ph.D. in government and urban studies at Mills Foundation,
    prraduating at the head of his class, summa cum laude. Now head o'
    Kris own designing and city urban planning company. Mr. Blitstein is
    li irrently redesigning the Lincoln Road Mall among other project-. He
    I ,- two brothers, Martin, an attorney, and Peter, an architect in
    California.
    Florence Pritt president of First Miami Chapter of CARIH, and
    ler husband, Ja k, have returned from the 65th annual national auxili-
    aries convention of CARIH, the Children's Asthma Research Institute
    and I! opital, held In Denver, Colo., last week. Mrs, Pritt brings to her
    jp-oup a purse presentation of over 152.205, the results of the new
    group's fund-raising efforts, which were presented to national presi-
    \(i, nt Arthur B. Lorber of Demcr.
    Max and Ida D. Raskin of Miami Beach, who were married Aug.
    |l3. 1912 in St. Paul. Minn., are celebrating their 60th wedding anni-
    versary here this week. The Raskins came
    here from St. Paul in 1955, and immediately
    Involved themselves in local Jewish affairs.
    They joined Temple Nor Tami I where he
    Served as house chairman and on many other
    ommittccs. and she served as president of
    the Hebrew and Religious Schools. She
    was also foundor-presideni of Kadimah Chap-
    fa r Of Hadassah, is a past president ol B'nal
    pVrith Women and belong? to the Ladies
    I Auxiliary. Jewish War Veterans. In St. [
    Paul, Mrs. Raskin served for many years as l'TA chairman of Temple :
    lot" Aaron Synagogue, and was founder-president of Chesed Chel Lines
    Ladies Auxiliary for which she reserved many honors. The Raskins |
    nave three sot:-, one daughter and 19 grandchildren. They are Mr. and
    [Mrs. Aaron J. Raskin an' their eight; daughter Marion and siniuse
    Arthur Oaks and their three, all of whom live in Minneapolis; then
    [there is Mr. and Mrs. David Raskin who live in Portland. Oregon.
    [with three sons and a daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth S. Raskin,
    [three daughters and one son of North Miami. On the occasion of
    [their anniversary, the Raskins will be feted by Temple Or Olom;
    tuests ol honor at a dinner party on Tuesday night; an S at an open
    Sunday planned by their devoted neighbors. Daughter Marion
    will be here from Minneapolis to add to the happy festivities.
    Temple Beth Moshe, now located at 2225
    NE 121st St., will dedicate its recently con-
    structed school building at 11 a.m. Sunday,
    according to an announcement made by
    Rabbi Joseph A. Gorfinkel and Charles
    Weissman. congregation president. The
    school building, which is the first phase in
    the congregation's building project, also has
    a chapsl to be used for religious services un-
    til the main sanctuary is built. Construction
    of the main sanctuary is scheduled to bsgin
    early next year.
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    Ten* Rickind Becomes Bride Of Frank Stetson

    '-' ''"....... Irm KBd Ala.
    - Ptt 1 1 featl ...... gp
    '! \rtfcur NV.mun,
    . our town 1
    turn -'.
    DeefcHbawa ,- |>), o^^Kt^in and their two ma Randy
    ''
    : ..--. tn Sorts M
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    -: K(M --.
    . to In and i*ianrw- r haimowitz. who de-
    their permax -1
    home ;. ; a
    -.-.. Buf) arc | --.- _:--:-r:..::. Mr*.
    BeCegfe Balpera
    OOXOBATCXATIOMSs to Aon and Frank Kaoff and tfadc
    - *t*-pn*n Knd Uaea, who nctuOy mowed Into their :.-.-.;. w*
    r -' after rhree and a hair" yean in an apaf-
    i* bouse < refer to as "Peyton Place". The)
    -T of out" m their spacious new
    '. Harrv-t and Murray f,r*n, former North Miami
    BeacWto n Lee .-.j whose daughter Dehn will ]
    man-) Jaabaa K-m -:.- :;, ;: -.-.- RoobeUe N.T Debbie'i maternal
    I"! the ir\.n ',<^ tola........to Gaedys and frank A vino
    decked terrace of the Emerald
    Hills ,.:-_. "..-. Sundaj even ng Raymond Vincent aerved a.- hh
    '" menu and accompanyinfl
    rj the groom-, parent] Mr. and
    Mrs. Jeaapi Avino .' the Reuben Ingant. the PauJ
    Beth, the rfermaa Petabuaa, the DeaM ekaaafMavaaaaa and Phil Daafa
    to Margin t,rtr%*, t.\. wife, Patty, Baptised him
    ' '-. 30th h la) ;.- '' Florida Sunday evening.
    The amazw Mi Marlow read hora icopei and gift mane given to a;;
    the "Lena" in attendance Netatlie and Bad Madant, Robin and Wafl
    Koln.'k Marafte and In Lefton, Sue and Mavid Samuels and Shirley
    I>r. Al ( aben were - Although he king tie we th;nk Marv is more lamb than,
    Won.........to 8) Roen. who waa taken by surprise at the Sky
    Lake Country Dub Saturday evening Hi- wife, STieHa and daughter,!
    Andy arranged tia complete evening of cocktaila and dinner for friends
    and ralativea in honor of Sy's 50th birthday, totally unbeknownst to!
    him Barbara Simon, a close friend, wrote place cards cleverly de-
    acribing each COUpi .such as Mr. and Mrs. Irvine; Nixon 'for Irvine.
    Ifewaaaa, the president of Beth Torah Congregation) and Beau Bmm-
    nv-l and PetJca Dot ffoi Al and Oottl Kaufman who, hy the way, '
    . I happened to be waring you guessed it polka dots!). Among
    Syi gifts wai a book entitled 'How to Play Better Gin Rummy." pre-
    ?< nt/d to him hy his weekly Wednesdayers, the Harry Schorrs, Mur-
    ray fmrmans and Paul Schwartz*. Sy's sitter and brother-in-law,
    Aalta and LaaBa Base, and dear friemfa Caroline and Max Braalaw,
    Pearl and Mill Ilornstein, and Sandl and Max Rothenberg were among
    those happy to share the Joyous OCCaaion with the Rosen family.
    COMINGS AM) GOINGS: Arteae and Mike Meyers and Bar-.
    bara and llert Ahranison .-e-ently returned from an eating good time.
    .-. '.'-' ad to be 'home" aftei five weeks up north........Barit Krinzman
    'ant wait until Frfcl she will leave for her home town in i
    -' rael with '.. i I Mathew to acquaint him with his relatives
    there Daddy Boherl will join them in Septen three weeks;
    they will return to Mian I togi ther, via London where they will
    itay '! five da) I it the Queen iays .S;.- it of her little
    prince)......Dr. Stan Ruv-ntnal and four children are leaving in
    their camper Th u a fo r week -. ication of the
    Pacific Northwc I including We hington and Oregon. Momma Zeuia
    will fly out to So ^i to meet the gi '-r girl, arranging
    bar ichedule so a not to miss the first Dolphin home exhibition foot-
    ball game of the season........Dr. A' Mrs. Charles Oratz and
    Dr. ar.d Mrs. Bruce Julian are home age n al a glorious month in
    Europe......Minna Kahn aid Pat stone enjoyed lx-in among the
    "beautiful people ir. Marbella on the Costa Del Sol in Spain......
    loan ;\n-i Jack l.aviu haven't (topped iv i It the great time they i
    had antiquing and art hunting ir. Vermont with \ an Be lit Oonh, afti r returning from Europe......7 Rene and
    I'reii Warren looking every bit like great white hunter-- in leopard
    trim hate and nfi on ttv-ir return tri[> from Africa where they
    pent five weeki ir. Bab Mngoon and his adorable Andrea en-
    Joyed the tennb with PbBlla and Jim Cohen at the Woodstock Inn in ',
    Vermont, where the air was crisp ani! coo!.
    SMAI.I. WOKI.l): Sandy and Larry BogOVlfl lolnsd Marilyn and
    Howard (Rapublican candidate for the Florida House of Reprcsenta-
    tive.sl Ralliy for breakfast at the Travel Ledge in Rutland, Vt., before
    Visiting their children at a camp in the area......Rusty and :
    Howard Goodetete'a dsai friend, Haleae Lambert, a resident of Rutland,
    Vt., entertained twelve of their Miami friends who were in town to
    visit their children at ramp with a sumptuous dinner at her gorgeous, |
    typically New England home. You can be sure Helene will never go
    hungry when she visits Miami, what with all the reciprocal invitations
    forthcoming........and former Miamians Pat and Bob Gale, cur-
    rently residing in Connecticut, but still missing our sunny climes, sent
    regards' to their Miami family and friends via (Jlemla and Stan (alias
    Burt Reynolds with nil newly grown mustache) Friedman whom they
    met in Seville, Spain recently......It's a small world after all!
    Aa early afternoon ceremony on
    .''--,- A .;- -' ..-_*: _-. rr.a--
    former kaad am:
    'joo at *je AJ^?rs
    Hotel where a reception for the
    eo-jpse fouowed. the nuptials.
    A the newlyaeos are
    alBC Nautitus Dr_ and Mr. and
    .'4. Joan W ot Pros-i-
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    .
    Gowned in aen and
    - frot : ..... ri-
    led babel Da-.-idsoc aaaid of
    --.-.- 1 ----- h -:r---.r S -Si.';
    .-- i-: :-:.- :
    ma. .-7 beat man
    and among
    usaers re Brett P..
    Behael Leacn.
    The bride is a graduate of Bos
    tor. Bcbuol of Educa-
    tam and a of the Coun-
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    mn. rum nnsw

    tephanie SeJser, Jan David Reese Ext
    No-*- on a bone;.-rr/n trsj : For the nuptiah the bride wore
    ^y-.T-r i-.-. Jar. gown luney lace and
    Da-..i Reese exeba -arr-^ze carried an arranf white
    banotis ai breath
    r. san P^ese. ma.d of honor, and
    , Randy Selzer. best man.
    **S. JAM 0. lffH
    VOWS in a late evening ceremony
    Saturday. Aug. 5. at Temple Beth
    Sholom. Miami Beach. The wed-
    ding eeremony was conducted by
    Rabbi Harry Jolt; a reception in
    honor of the newlyweds followed
    at the Doral Country Club.
    Judge Englander
    Runs For Senate
    Maivin Englander. former Mi-
    ami Beach vice mayor and long-
    time justice of the poa--e of the
    Fifth District, has qualified for the
    Florida State Senate in District 36.
    The new district embrace- Miami
    Beach, North Miami Beach parts
    of Miami and surrounding com
    munities.
    Ju Ige Englander was elected to
    two four-year terms as juv
    tin .'' leading the Democratic
    ticket in number of votes in his
    or. both occasions. He also
    won two four-year terms on the
    Miami Beach City Council. He is
    Past | lent of the Miami Beach
    Jaycees, Zionists an Masons.
    Seagram's V.O.
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    i; the smooth Canai'an whiskey
    that a literally become a tradition
    in Jewish homes. That's broaus<
    Seagram's V.O. has earned a rea
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    lies appreciate the host.
    Seagram's V.O. helps make you
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    Of r ;-- h Hdayi bice Rosa
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    relatives pon^ui \n at unex-
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    srood sense to have new lmorw;
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    Of cour=e. s-owi is one thing.
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    Selzer of 2030 S. Ocev
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    The br:decTr<- wboi
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    UK. ton aid s. savers
    holiday >hoDping
    Blood Bank Secures New
    Hepatitis Testing Serum
    A major advancement in the de-
    tection of heoatitis virus in blood
    donors, rated twice as effective as
    the best existine procedure, was
    ha'ed by John Elliott Blood Bank
    officials this week. Within hours
    after the Food and Drug Adminis-
    tration stamped its approval on
    the new serum and testing proced-
    ure for blood bank use. a move
    had been made to install it here.
    The new system, developed by
    Abbott Laboratories, is estimated
    'n be 256 times more sensitive in
    detecting hepatitis than the cur-
    rent test method, and regarded as
    a major step in detecting the dan-
    gerous disease. The new hepatitis
    testing serum will arrive in Miami
    later this month for immediate
    use. While the blood bank's per-
    manent equipment may not be de-
    livered until November, arrange-
    ments are being made to rent
    equipment until the order is filled.
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    Shari Levenson.
    Ronald Silvers
    Wed in Temple
    Wearing a gown of wh te em-
    broidered organza and carrying
    daisies, the former Shar Lynn
    I-evenon became the ;.
    Ronald Steven Silvers
    lav. Aug. 6. The late
    I eeremon-- was conducted
    | Barrv Tabachnikoff at
    Israel and was followed i --. re-
    cention at Westview Cowi i.
    On their ret-m from a h
    moon trip tr San Juan n I St.
    Croix, the newlyweds sri
    Tallahassee where the br
    is a hospital consultant
    State of Florida.
    Daurhter of Mr. and M
    ronce S. Levenson of N-> Y
    'he bride is a graduate
    Ldison Senior High Sch
    State University and Miar !
    School of Dental Hygit
    The btide-room. son of "' and
    Mrs. Maivin W. Silvet I S.
    Shore Dr., 's a graduate '':- '
    Beach Senior High S I ani1
    Florida Southern Uni<
    has a Master's degree in
    adm'nlstratlon from Ti
    vei sity.
    Attending the couple v
    fames Silvers, matron i
    end .Tames F. Silvers. I
    Richard J. Levenson ush
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    lay. August 11, 1972
    'PJenisti ffrridiaun
    Page 9-B
    tbin Beth Elder and Dean E.Ciporki i Exchange Vows | Happenings
    nbin Both, dauphtor of Dr. and
    Stanley H. Eder of 2022 SW
    Ct., exchanged vows with
    MRS. DC AN f. CIP0RK1H
    an K. C*i|)orkin on Sunday, Aug.
    at Temple Kmanu-Kl, Rahbi
    ing Lehrman officiated at the
    30 p.m. ceremony which was
    flowed by a reception in the
    jle.
    The bridegroom is the son of I
    Mr. and Mrs. Henry Oiporkin. for- i
    merly of R-.ienos Aires, now of ,".S
    San Sebastian. Coral Gables.
    Kor the wedding, the bride se-
    lected a candleltenl suk Oiicaii a
    gown trimmed in reembroidcred
    Alcncon lace and sugar beads and
    styled with a chapel train. Com- I
    plcting the ensemble, she wore a
    l'>n;r mantilla of lOn^li.-h net and
    Alencon lace, and carried an ar-
    rangement of white and pink
    roses.
    Attending the couple were Ron-
    nie Raymond, maid of honor, Dcb-
    i ie Ci'orkn. Sand! Mann and
    Judy Cuenca, bridesmaids. Besl
    man was Samuel Cuenca, and
    ushers inducted Andrew Elder,
    Steve Kder and Alan Levitt.
    A graduate of Coral Park High
    School, the new Mrs. Ciporkin
    graduated, with honors, from the :
    University of Miami where she
    main-od in Rntlish. P*id was on the
    President's honor roll.
    The bridegroom graduated from
    Leon Pini'lo High School in Lima,
    Peru, and attended the National
    Polytechnic Institute in Mexico
    City. He earned a B.S. degree in
    electrical engineering at the Uni-
    versity of Miami where he is
    working toward his Master's de-
    gree on a graduate assistantship.
    On I heir return from a honey-
    moon in Montego Ray, Jamaica,
    the ncwlyweds will live in the
    southwest seel ion of Miami.
    l-iii'ln Jarohsoii has been elect-
    ed chairman of the South Dade
    Chapter of the Florida Confer
    enee of Concerned Democrat!
    Shp has servo on the Dado
    County Democratic Executive
    Committee and is a member of
    Americans for Democratic Ac-
    tion. Also elected were Rot*!
    Ellen Greene, vice chairman:
    Kay Thomas, secretary; and
    stew Rubenntein, treasurer
    ,ori Ellen Stein Now Mrs. Mishcon
    jLori Kllen, daughter of Mr. an,"*
    rs. Sidney Stein of Miami Reach,
    Arnold Mishcon, son of Mr.
    MRS. ARHOLD R. MISHCON
    Mrs. Sidney Mishcon of New
    rk. exchanged, vows Saturday,
    f. 5. wi'h Rabbi Irving I.ohr-
    officiating. The ceremony.
    in the Eden Roc Hotel, was
    Dwed by a reection in the
    t ion Room of the hotel.
    9n their return from a trip to
    piion. Paris and Amsterdam,
    new Mr. and M-s. Mishcor
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    Trope.
    Rest man to the bridegroom
    was Harvey Marshak, and serving
    as ushers were Andy Mishcon.
    John Mishcon, Fred Wilner, How-
    ard Stein and Harold Stein.
    The former Miss Stein is a
    graduate of Miami Reach Senior
    High School and is now attending
    Lesley College in Cambridge. He.-
    husband, a graduate of the Uni-
    versity of Miami, is presently at-
    tending Massachusetts College of
    Optometry in Boston.
    River Cruise Set
    For JWV Groups
    West Miami Post ami Auxiliary
    223, Jewish W*r Veterans, is
    sponsoring a Saturday evening
    Cruise Down the River" on Aug. ,
    26. on the Jungle Queen leaving [
    the Rah'a Mar Yacht Basin in Ft.
    I auderdale at 7 p.m. Bus trans-
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    area is also available.
    The cruise, which will include
    dinner, a show and dancing, will 1
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    Mis. Josetih Aehtman. chairman
    of the affair, and Lee Slachter.
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    DANIEL BARENBOIM
    Israeli Pianist
    Sunday, October 15, 1972
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    HERMAN WOUK
    Outstanding Literary Figure
    Sunday, November 19, 1972
    8:30 P.M.
    PINCHAS ZUKERMAN
    Israeli Violinist
    Sundav.January 7, 1973
    8:30 P.M.
    RICHARD TUCKER*
    Metropolitan Opera, leading tenor,
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    25th Anniversary at the Miami Beach
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    8:30 P.M.
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    Page 10-B
    frSt-nit/fr ftcrudlSain
    riday, August
    Appointments To darner Advisory Board Announced
    The celebrant will he honored
    nt ii Kiil.lush in the social hall of
    Temple Tifeivlh Israel followed
    by a reception in his homo.
    Robert Kaplan Aubrey Rciter
    AL'BBEV KKITKK
    Aubrey, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
    Sam Reiter, mil become a Bai
    ..ill mi Temple Menorah, Sat-
    urduj inon ing, Aug. 12.
    Aubrey is a Student at Nautilus
    Junior H'jrti School, where he is
    in the eighth Ri ade.
    Following tin services there will
    tie a Kiddush, A n rsption will be
    held in Aubrey's honor Saturday
    evening,
    .'
    RAMIV Al.r.WO
    Randy Paul, itu son of Mr. and
    Mrs. Sam Alfan ), will become Bar
    Mltzvah Saturday, Aug. 12, at
    Temple Tifereth Israel.
    Randy is a eighth grade student
    ROBBBT KAPLAN
    Robert Gene, son of Mr. and
    Mis. Roy M. Kaplan. 1920 S\V
    89th Ave., will celebrate his Ha
    Mltzvah Satinday morning, Aug.,
    \2. at Temple ()r ( Horn.
    The celebrant is a seventh grade
    student ai Rockway Junior Hih
    School and has won several
    awards for baseball.
    He will be honored at the Kid-
    lush following the services and
    at a reception in his home.
    Among guests will be his grand-
    parents Mr. and Mrs. Al Malin
    and Mr. and Mrs. A. Juris.
    Card Party Planned
    Fundt raised at the Wednesday
    , noon card party at 100 Lincoln
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    School, Reservations for the af-
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    Sam Simpson, may be made with
    Payc Sailer and Etta Sussman.
    Myron Cohen, a business con-
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    B'nai B'rith and an officer of
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    \t; August 11. 1972
    *Je n isfr ficrkBan
    Page 11-B
    An Attempt To Recover Burgenland Archives
    fu IACOB N'KVS.VKK
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    Rabbi .la.-ob
    f Reliirloua
    .lu.lnl in n( Brown
    .i-r>. Provltlence, R.I., re-
    > i-mi>lete ||. I|| UHiv.'INili.-S ill Su.'ll-
    .( Mr.'i.. Gernumy, Austria,
    i ml, lid !: ;-l.-i"il Mm ins
    'i lie lectured under the uu-
    departments of Judaic
    ,-. Iranian studies, history
    IlKl -. and theology. This
    in i u it of one Incident on
    nur
    morning after we came to
    i, the phono rang in our
    'We' consisted of my wife,
    lit'!' boys, my mother, and
    . ind Vienna was our first
    i\ tour of eight univcrsi-
    ,'.li- I was to give H> fee-
    in rive weeks.
    - lady: "The Israeli am-
    . wr w tnts to speak with you."
    1 iv .' 'hing to Hebrew):
    i 1"
    ' i- '.- toli ambassador."

    .- is '' ev Shek, the ambas-
    - i !. I want to see you.
    i
    rta Where is your
    to you."
    "No, th .1 is not t itil11. You
    the ambassador, 1 am merely
    Fes I --hall come to you."
    ' Ambassador (in English):
    yoi lon't understand. I am
    the ambassador of a South
    k-ar. republic. I'm a simple
    ijust like you. Let me come to
    B> IB M was a matter of Zion-
    what, apart from giving
    y, rlo we ever get to do as
    ists? and I Insisted. When
    lassador Shek heard that my
    and mother and boys were
    us, he insisted we all come
    \p, to his house. The boys could
    n to-.- embassy gardens, with
    Bog and child. Mrs. Shek would
    tain my wife and mother, and
    ltd I could talk. He would send
    embassy car for us all.
    .t did Ambassador Shek
    ... : Vienna for two lee-
    . ..:-. a scholarly topic for
    ii\ >rsity of Vienna Institute
    Ludaica, the other on a con-
    trary one, to be delivered.
    ruing
    to the invitation I had
    dceiv : .i the "Second Study-
    Day jn i. n-tndt. on the theme.
    The Hist iry of Judaism." It was
    iponaDt'.'' '>> the c.....dinating
    'orrun.t' mi- Jewish-Christian
    ration My mind wen! back
    fear Hi r visit to Vienna, dur-
    Russian occupation, and to
    Welles, and "The Third
    [Ctri a humble historian be
    jt" 1st' til. surrounded by his
    What kind of intrigue is
    for?
    Jug Ambassador Shek later
    day. I found out. He is a
    Lort man, and looked like
    ler Western Israeli one
    Jrte.r A man of enod humor
    nd mod -u lie wears lightly the
    nantle <;'.' .rr.bassadorial dignity.
    'What m:'. I do for you. Zc'ev?"
    m "Ya'aqi .. this is the story."
    The cli; iren were in the garden,
    - ,ie Wive- drinking tea. and we
    =et in qi:
    "You u <>:iu; to lecture at the
    TeW^^RIc-.'um in Eisenstadt, I
    cHeve."
    tonight in Vienna, Sat-
    ! ;.i Eisenstadt."
    . you know about Eisen-
    ll is the capital of the
    Burgenland. toward the
    frontier, east of Vienna.
    of the five famous old
    of Burgen-
    I: "Yes
    nrda nig1
    "Vfhat
    tadt?"
    '^othli
    "ltWnn
    .rovfaice ot
    I'.ingariar.
    t was or.
    lewish CO nullities
    and."
    "And whit connection to me?"
    asked.
    "YtoUT lee; ire in connected with
    he Jewi.se Museum of Burgen-
    and. Thi- set up by the Bur-
    ten land st.:. government, at th"
    nsiAence <'. the University of
    .'ieima Institute of Judai.-a, to
    the great archive of Burgen-
    andj*#ry. The archive goes back
    undfeds of years, one of tne trreat
    rofcuurces for the study of Kuro-
    T: "And?"
    'And the Centra] Archives in
    aaalem h been trying for
    some time to obtain those archives
    for the Jewish people. And we
    cannot nwike headway. The Bur-
    genland government will not give
    them up so that we might restore
    them to Jerusalem.
    "And you should know that not
    B Single Jew survived the war in
    Burgenland, none in Eisenstadt.
    You arc going to a Jew-free land.
    Jews survived the war in Vienna,
    in Berlin, in Budapest, but nol one
    Jew survived in Eisenstadt, In thej
    whole of Burgenland and its fi.oj
    communities.
    "If the Burgenland .state gov-
    ernment had made the effort dur-
    ing the war. to save Jews which
    it now is making to save the ar-
    chives, someone would have sur-
    vived. No one did."
    Ambassador Shek knew what he
    was saying. He himself had been
    born in Braguo, and. as a youth,
    had been shipped to Theriescn-i
    stadt. then to Dachau and Ausch-
    witz. He had met his wife in a DP
    camp. After the war. he came to,
    Israel, and shortly alter 1948, had
    joined the diplomatic corps. He
    had served in London and else-
    >v here.
    I'D him and to mo recover-
    ing the Burgenland Archives was
    not a matter of scholarship alone.
    It was an effort to save the tern- \
    limits of the dead their only:
    monument, since they had gone up !
    in smok'- and restore what we
    could of their heritage to Jeru- f
    salem. He had. ;ls a boy, known j
    the ancient Jewish communities i
    of Burgenland. For me, it was the j
    first concrete thing I was ever
    asked to do for the memory of I
    the victims of Holocaust. I thank-
    ed him for the honor of being able
    to holo out.
    "What can I do?"
    'This is not a private matter.
    I have permission from the high-
    est levels of the government to
    make this a major concern in
    Israel-Austrian relationships."
    I was stunned. Israel needs
    friends, ami Austria is one of
    them. It has cooperated in im-
    portant ways in helping Jews es-
    cape from the east and come to
    Israel. Its support in international
    councils is consequential.
    "The State of Israel is willing
    to make an issue of the records
    and manuscripts of dead Jews. Is
    this to its advantage?" I asked.
    Said Ambassador Shek. "It is
    what we stand for."
    All my life I had known the
    State of Israel is not only an Is-
    raeli state, but the Jewish state.
    And now I understood what it
    means to have a Jewish state. In
    later conversation. I discussed
    with the Ambassador the plight of
    a Soviet Iranlst, a friend of mine,
    then trying to get exit papers,
    Mikhail Zand, and he had said, in
    Hebrew, "Israel is no orphan." He
    meant. Israel, the Jewish people,
    is not helpless in the world, and
    he would look into the matter.
    But I-o alniiin Yisrae] Israe'
    is not orphaned in the world
    was what it all meant. The Bur-
    genland Archives are the bones
    and ashes of the Burgenland Jews
    who perished, and the State of
    Israel, setting aside considerations
    of practical interest, was willing to
    make every effort to redeem those
    loins and ashes and to restore
    them to Jerusalem.
    "Zecv," I queried, "can you
    think or other governments that
    would spend expensive diplomatic
    'Capital' in retrieving an old
    archive?"
    Ambassador Shek: "I can't think
    of any examples."
    I: "What can I do""
    He: "I d n'1 want to tell you
    what to do. You might make
    enemies."
    I: "You don't understand us
    American Jews. We are afraid no
    more wo are no different from
    you. Never again! These would bo
    good enemies. I'm not afraid."
    He: "Then don't lecture in Eisen-
    stadt."
    I: "Why not?"
    He: "Because you are being used,
    and you don't know it. The fact
    that you are lecturing there is
    interpreted to moan Jewish schol-
    ars support the Museum, will come
    and work there, endorse its pur-
    pose, and do not care thai the
    documents ere there and not in
    Jerusalem And we want the origi-
    nals. If their purpose is only schol-
    irly, they could make photocopies
    and give the originals to Jeru-
    salem."
    I: "I shall cancel the lecture
    and ."
    He: "That is splendid. What
    more?"
    I: "let me issue a public state-
    ment in my name and in my
    wort'*."
    We went to an upstairs guest
    room, where the ambassador kept
    an old portable typewriter: I
    guessed it came from Prague 30
    years before. The ribbon was barely
    able to make a mark on paper. We
    had to use carbon paper. I Issued
    the follow ing staten-. nt. which was
    sent to the state government In
    Eisenstadt, in the province of
    Burgenland:
    "Since coming to Vienna. I have
    learned of the existence of price-
    less Jewish archives In Burgen-
    land, in the town of Eisenstadt. I
    also understand thai the Central
    Archives of the Jewish people have
    made great effort, entirely fruit-
    less, to restore those Archives to
    the possession of the Jewish peo-
    ple. As a scholar in the history ol
    the Jews and as a Jew I strenu-
    ously support that effort. Jeru-
    salem is the sole heir of the spir-j
    itual treasures of the Jewish peo-l
    pie. The surviving remnant of Aus-;
    trian Jewry has unequivocally ex-
    pressed its wish to preserve this
    heritage in Jerusalem. I earnestly
    hope that the Burgenland govern-
    ment and its scholarly counselors
    will see their way clear to reaped
    the aspirations of world Jewry in i
    this regard. While we cannot re-
    store to life those who tragically
    died, we can at least keep faith
    with their memory in Jerusalem.
    toward which they turned in
    prayer.
    "I am constrained to make this
    statement because I had accepted
    an invitation to lecture this week-
    end in a state conference in Eisen-
    itadt. Had I known, however, of
    the issues at hand. I should not
    have accepted that invitation to
    begin with."
    This statement was sent to vari-
    ous interested parties as well. I
    lectured that night at the Univer-
    sity of Vienna, and the next day
    left with my family for Stockholm.
    to visil with my friend. Rabbi Mor- '
    ton Narrowe. now the chief rabbi i
    there, as well as to lecture at thej
    Swedish universities of Uppsala
    and Lund.
    Ambassador Shek later told mo
    that professor Yigael Yadin, the
    great Israeli archaeologist, who
    had been my colleague at Brown
    University the preceding year, had
    lassed through Vienna shortly af-
    terward and had done what he
    could which was considerable ,
    to help out. He wrote that my
    statement had had influence on
    "important people." Cardinal Koe-
    nig had requested a copy of the
    statement, and after reading it.
    had promised to use his influence.
    \s i result, the Jerusalem Archives
    had lioon able to onon direct con-1
    eers.lions with the Burgenland;
    Archives.
    I should not have told this story
    in public but for one fact. The,
    Vienna Jewish paner. "Allgome-
    iner," on May 28, 1971. printed a
    story about the Eisenstadt meet-
    ing, over the name of Wlllehad
    Paul Eckert, Eekert was on the
    program of the conference, so evi-
    dently he was there. He is identi-
    fied as being at Cologne, where T
    lectured, later on in May. at the
    University or Cologne Institute for
    Judaic.l. He was not present. SO
    oerhaps was unable to get the
    facts f the Eisenstadt meeting
    straight. That is why in his report
    be claimed I was present at the
    Eisenstadt Jewish Museum. "Uni-
    versity professor Dr. Jacob Neus-
    -or dealt with the problem of as-
    similation and self-hatred In con-
    temporary Judaism. He referred
    chiefly to the situation in Amer-
    ica," he said.
    What bothered me still more in
    the Eekert report is the absence
    of a single reference to the de-
    struction of Burgenland Jewry. He
    wroti s though they had lived'
    and iiv.i somewhere else on I
    th" moon perhaps.
    Th. n T understood, it is not
    s.yli.sn in Vienna 'o talk al:>ut
    murdered Jews, i rememb?red
    that when 1 had opened my lec-
    ture in Vienna with the following
    words, I had notic d frowns and
    cowls on 111" f"c-.s of the f|>l''
    dominantly gentile) audience: "I
    cannot begin a lecture in Jewish
    M:holarship In the city of Vienna
    without calling to mind the vast
    Jowrj of Vienna which is no mor',
    mil without reflecting, in sadness,
    ipon the many :- eat .fewash -,
    irs who t loui ish ind |>ei
    shed, but, especi illy, up in th
    aanv who might have more suit-
    ibly occupii I tl's |>odium in my
    lace, had they lived. Their men -
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    *'Jemitti fSnridftir
    Friday. August 11. lgrjl
    Guilford Appointed Assistant Director Of Library System
    Edward F. Sintz, director of the
    Miami-Dade Public Library Sys-
    tem, has announced the appoint-
    ment of Ben J. Guilford II as as-
    sistant director. Mr. Guilford en-
    ured the library system in Sep-
    tember. 1970, and ha* served as
    assistant to the director and ad-
    ministrative Officer III.
    A native M umian and a gradu-
    ate of George Washington Carver
    High School, Mr, Guilford has a
    Bachelor of Arts degree in Poli-
    tical Science from Morehouae Col-
    lege and a Master of Science in
    Library Science fiom Atlanta Uni-
    versity, where he was the re-
    cipient of a grant from the
    Rockefeller Foundation. He has
    also done further study toward an
    advanced degree :n Public Admin-
    istration.
    Mr. Guilford was formerly em-
    ployed in Ohio as assistant li-
    ')iarian at Wilberforce University
    and as acquisitioas librarian at
    Central State University where he
    a.is awarded a Ford Foundation
    riant in conjunction with Atlanta
    to study Public Ser- for Public Administration, he is '
    I active in civic affairs, and serves
    Cotillion Stakes Saturday ** u for th"*;year-oi fi
    at the one mile distance and I
    The fillies wiil have their turn of the fair sex nave been I
    at stakes money as Calder Race' to this event. The finals wi
    University
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    Spread A Healthy
    Happy Now Year
    Start your new v< or oi a hap*>v,
    heakhful note, with Flc chn
    sweet, unsalted n '
    one made with 100* f con
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    The final lour races in the l-'lai-
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    *ill be led off with the hurdle
    competition in the fourth race of
    he evening. Each of the eight
    ennels will enter a team of four
    logs one for each event. Races
    ~i!l be run over the hurdle course,
    he 5/16ths mile, the Flagler
    burse and the Marathon.
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    Joy. August 11. 1972
    'Jen \iinrridfirri
    Page 13 B
    le is a aood Temple member, lives an exemplary life, is a devoted husband and father, y'
    But he is neglecting an important moral obligation.
    Ie has not yet made his cemetery arrangements. Like other
    loral and spiritual obligations, these arrangements must
    lot be forgotten. By planning ahead,decisions can be made
    talmly. They can be made without emotional pressure.
    They can be made wisely, and they can be made together
    as a family. If you have not yet fulfilled this obligation to
    your family, we urge you to do so now. In this way, you
    can be certain that your family will not suffer needlessly.
    WE INVITE YOU TO SCI OUR BRONZE MEMORIALS BY GORHAM,
    MASTER CRAET5MEN IN HIVER AND BRONZE
    MIAMI'S MOST BEAUTIFUL EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH CEMETERY
    5505 Northwest 3rd Street Phone MO 1-7693


    Page 14-B
    + UnUt ncrfdlan
    Friday, August i],
    Miles Bunder Beth Torah's
    Full-Time Youth Director
    Abe Schorr, vice president in
    charge of youth activities at Beth
    Torab Congregation, has announc-
    ed the a|>iM>intmem of Miles P.
    Blinder, a former resident of New
    Roehelle, N.Y.. as its full-time
    Youth Director.
    Mr. Bunder will handle Kadima.
    Prc-U.S.Y.. Junior U.S.Y.. Senior
    t'.s.Y.. atid (agei is-24). Young
    Singles Club. Young Judaea. Cub
    Scouts, Boy Scouts, Teen Sabbath
    and Holiday services, as well as
    clubs for arts and crafts, karate,
    photography, Israeli folk dance,
    stamps and coins, etc
    Mr. Bunder comes to Beth Te-
    nth with a background of leader-
    ship experience, including four
    years on the executive staff of
    Camp I'.amaii in Canada, ami two
    years as Philadelphia Kegion Di-
    rector, Department of Youth Ac-
    UCAl NOTICE
    LEGAL NOTICE
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    IN PROBATE
    No. 72-3982
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    P:: HE: i;-i.,i. of
    I.KVA STOCK
    In c-. a-eil.
    ..To All Creditor* and AH Ponmnn Hnv-
    1 (talma or Demanda Agalnal aaid
    Mutate:
    v.'ii are hereby notified and required
    t preiienl any ctalror mid demanda
    which }u may have RKnlnal in, ei
    tale of i.k.va STOCK doceimed late
    of Dnd< >'iiti'.,iy; Florida, i" Ihe Coun-
    ly Judges i.i Dade County, ami file
    thx. "-amt.ti, duplleulo and aa pro-
    vid. ,1 (lii Beet Ion 733. IS, Florida Stnt-
    iju-s, iB>i their office* in Ihe Count)
    CourtljAiUHe In Dadi Counly, P*|orlda,
    wlthlna alx calendar montna from the
    time Vif Ihe flrnl publication hereof,
    or iinf mine will i barred,
    I'.ii.Vl in .Miami. Florida, Ihlr I daj
    of Aufquat, All. 1972,
    Kidney M, Aronovlti
    A
    , .......*#
    Bxecuti
    ,\
    at ice
    f the Batale
    I.ilia Stoch
    'Ir.-i'. publication "f Miis
    ii -i'l day of Auguat. I!'7i.
    lltONOVITSS. SILVER* ItuoTII
    Attorney* for EBatate of Lena Sto
    ill ,,:is,.,i
    Una Alnaley
    i,.
    Building, Miami, ru
    ,S/| | -|v._.-. '. i
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    IN PROBATE
    No 704191
    IN i:i: Entail' of
    M< 'Kins KAPLAN
    i NMi Dm .i
    NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
    APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
    AND FINAL DISCHARGE
    .viithk is hereby given thai we
    have fllod the Una! Report and Peti-
    tion for Diatrlbution ami Final Din-
    chance aa Adinlnlatratora of the en-
    li.....I MORRIS KAPLAN, deeenaed:
    and that mi the till day of Septem-
    ber, I!-?.', will apply to the Honorable
    County Judaea of Dade County,
    Florida, for approval "f said Final
    Report and for diatrlbution and filial
    dlmrhurss as Administrators <( the
    estate "f the above-named decedent
    This 37 day ">f July. 1972,
    iliuiys Diamond
    JoHepb Hchmier
    JOSEPH BCHMIEB, ESQUIRE
    Attorney
    605 IJnraln Road, Suite 201
    Miami Beach, Florida 33139
    8/4-11-1--L'.-.
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE rs 1IEREHY OIVEN that
    the unilirsium-ii, dealring to engage In
    butdneaa under the flctltioua name of
    AIJ'KS JBWEI.RV at 77" W. 3!'11i
    Street, Hlateah, Kia Mat! Pboae 886-
    1218 Intend* to reglater said nam*
    niih the Clerk "f the Circuit Court of
    i lade Counly, Florida.
    JOROE Vivo
    8/4-'l-l8-jn
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY fHVEN thai
    the underaignod, dealrtng to engage in
    buslneaa under ihe fiotiUoua name "f
    i.a Ida. AVE REAL at number 2*81
    w. Flagler Street, In the City of
    Miami. Florida, intendi to n-Kister
    sald name with Ihe Clerk of the Cir-
    cuit Court "f imile County, Florida.
    Dated at Miami. Dado, Florida,
    this 37th day of July. IU73.
    UMS It IjOPBZ
    Ri>Im1.FO I,. LOPEZ
    i I-1I-18-2S
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY.
    No. 72-15196
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IM1UHY DELL HL'UHEsj
    Plaintiff,
    vs.
    I.ESSIE MAE HUGHES
    Defendant,
    Yi'i\ i.i.ssii-: MAE Ht'OHES, real-
    deuce Route 1-248, Brand..... Mlaaia-
    lppl, are required i" file your anawer
    ! the complaint herein :il l to im-
    pi na Hen on
    The West -,-, fi of the South 83.5
    ft. i.r Ihe Final 29S.5 f' Tract B,
    WEST LITTLE RIVER, according
    to Ihe Plat thereof as recorded in
    . Plat Book it. Page 19, "f the Pub-
    lie Recorda of Dade County, Flor-
    ida :
    A LSI KM i\V.\ AS:
    I "i 34 end the Weal IS ft of I "t
    26 Block ".. WEST LITTLE RIV-
    ER, a.......llillK to the Plat tin r' "!'
    a- recorded In Plat Book 14, Page
    7". of Ihe Public Recorda "i Dade
    County, Florida,
    with the Clerk of the abovi Court and
    fterve a copy thereof upon Herman
    Cohen, Esq., 1310-11 Congreaa Bldg.,
    Miami. Florida, on or before Auguat
    --. 1972, or elao romplalnl will be
    coufeaaed. Dated: July 26, 1972.
    E, II LEATHER.M \\
    Clerk, Circuit Court
    By: It M KI88EE
    Deputy Clerk
    7 28 It 1-11-18
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    IN PROBATE
    No. 72-2960
    (Judge Blanton)
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    In RE: Estate i.f
    JULIA C. SHEA
    I......used.
    To All i redltora and All Peraona Hav-
    ing Claims or Demanda Against Said
    Ealnte:
    Vi-ii are hereby notified and required
    in present any clalma and demanda
    which you may have against Ihe es-
    tate "f JULIA C, SHEA deceased late
    of Dade County, Florida, to the
    Counly Judge* of Hade County, and
    file the same in duplicate and as pro-
    vided In Seei ion 788.16, Florida Stat-
    utes, in their offices in the County
    Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
    within six calendar months from thi'
    lime of the first publication hereof,
    or the nami: will be barred.
    Dated at Miami. Florida, this 1
    day of July, AD. 1972.
    RI'TH LINDSAY
    Ah Executrix
    First publication of this notice on
    the 21 day of July, 1972.
    BERNARD A. WIEDER
    Attorney for Estate
    4: Lincoln Road
    Miami Reach, Florida
    7/21-28 \ 4-11
    JACOB
    SCHACHTER
    Off IHl AH
    OAT root
    r-Avotin
    YIDOISH MUsIC
    VMY SUNDA? AI NOON
    RADIO STATION WLT0
    1200 On Your Dial
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    ihe undi reigned, desiring to engage in
    business under the flctlttoua name of
    LA UADAME BEAUTY SALON ai
    line N.W. 119th Street, Miami. Flor-
    ida Phone 888-28H7 Intanda to register
    aid name with the Clerk of ihe 'ir-
    uit Court "f Dade County, Florida
    .MARIA C, CARDONNE
    I 4-11-18-21!
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    IN PROBATE
    No. 72-1888 Dowlinn
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    In RE: Estate of
    LEO M. BIST ANY
    Deceased,
    To All creditors ami All Persona Hav-
    ing Claim* or Demands Against Said
    Estate:
    You are hereby notified and required
    to present any clalma and demands
    Which you may have against the es-
    tate of LED M, HISTA.N'Y deceased
    late of Dade County, Florida, t" Ihe
    County Judges of Dade County, and
    file the same in duplicate and a- pro-
    vided in Section 788.16, Florida Stat-
    utes, in the County Courthouse In
    Dade County, Florida, within six cal-
    endar months from the lim,' of the
    first publication hereof, or the same
    will I,, barred.
    Dated ai Miami, Florida, this 27th
    da) "f .luiv ah 1972
    WALLACE N. MAER
    Suite No. I, Court View Bldg.,
    nin NW 14th Avenue
    .Miami, PI. 3SI2S
    As Administrator
    l'n -1 publication of this notice on
    tin- l day "i August. 1973.
    UAIJ.ACK N MAER
    Attorney fur Administrator
    Suite No. I, Court Viin Bldg.,
    144" NW llih Av .
    Miami, l-'l 13123
    v 1-11-18-2.1
    Lehrman Day School Breaks
    Own Registration Record
    LEGAL NOTKf
    tivitics. United Synagogue of
    America.
    .Most recently. Mr. Bunder has
    been the Youth Director of Beth
    Kl Synagogue, New Roehelle. N.Y..
    where he built up Ihe youth mem-
    Ix-isliip from about 40 children to
    some ,'KX) members during a three- |
    year jieriotl.
    "We feel confident that Ihe en-
    thusiasm that Miles Bunder brings
    to Beth Torab will be an asset i
    to the entire conununity." Mr. I
    Schorr remarked in welcoming i
    Ihe new staff member on behalf J
    of the Youth C'ommmission. "If i
    Ihe future is in the hands of our
    youth, Mr. Bunder will see that
    our youth is properly prepared to i
    handle it."
    Registration for the Lehrman
    Day School of Temple Kmanu-Kl
    is breaking all records. Judge
    Frederick N. Barad re|x>rted this
    week, Judge Barad is chairman of
    the board of education of the
    Miami Beach synagogue.
    Lehrman Day School has aug-
    mented its fleet of modern buses
    to improve its service to the North
    Dade and Greater Miami Beach
    areas. Judge Barad noted. Stu-
    dents from North Miami Beach,
    Sky I.ake. Keystone Point ami
    Maxwll House Is The
    'Traditional Coffee"
    Funny how some things become
    traditional over the years like
    Maxw.ll House Coffee, because
    Maxwell Moil? v's "good to the last
    drop." flavor never varies; like
    an old friend, it's always nice to
    have around. And what better
    time to -how your guests you
    care than right now, a.s we ap-
    proach the holidays.
    Yes, it's ,-ood to know that Jew-
    ish homemakera can still turn to
    a lime-proven favorite like Max-
    well House Coffee. Available in
    Im>Hi instant and regular, Maxwell
    House is the traditional way to
    crown all your Yomtov meals.
    rolling in increasing numbers, he ,
    j reported.
    Dr. Irving Lehrman. who |>er- |
    ; sonally sui>ervises the curriculum
    I of the school named in his honor,
    ! said registration figures are up I
    1 across the board, from nursery
    UUd kindergarten levels through :
    the eighth grade.
    Judge Herbert S. Shapiro, pres-
    ktent, and Samuel N. Friedland,
    chairman of the lioard of Temple j
    Kmanu-Kl, said a major improve- j
    ment of the physical facilities at |
    the North Branch of the congre-
    gation will be completed prior to i
    the fall term.
    New recreational facilities being;
    completed include an all purpose I
    court which will include provis- j
    ions for tennis and other outdoor
    ports, according to Judge Barad. I
    Dr. Lehrman is completing the I
    assignment of veteran and new I
    personnel in both the Hebrew and
    general studies departments for
    the Souths largest Conservative
    Hebrew day school.
    Registration continues daily at
    the temple's main office, 1701 |
    Washington Ave., and at the
    Lehrman Day School, which is lo-
    cated at 727 77th St. Openings are
    still available for both afternoon
    religious school and day school
    students.
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT o= -1
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIBr
    OF FLORIDA IN AND F-'s-
    DADE COUNTY.
    CIVIL ACTION 72.1UH
    SUIT FOR DISSOLLTIC-
    OF MARRIAGE
    J1SKOME L. PERLOW,
    IviiMonvr
    VH.
    RONNIE U PERIjUW.
    Kenpondant
    TO. RONNIE U PERLOW
    c, u lly C.'iriliK-r
    41.". Stratford Rood
    Urui'Ulyn, New York
    You, RONNIE L, BliRLw
    hereby notlflad that Dili ', '
    plaint l*'r Liss"lution .| Marrlt
    been Hied against you. and
    raqulrad io nerve a copj oi
    Nwer or I'h-ading io tht iiiii
    plaint 'ii the PtalntlCra
    RONAIJ) A. ALTER, KSQ
    \Blt .'.EINSTKIN & ST \: i;|
    SSfl Lincoln Road, Miami i:, .,.'""
    Ida and file the orlclni 1 ai.
    I'll uiIiiik in Hie Office of Ihe i
    the Cireuit Court oa or bi fi,r
    day oi Hi-ptember, IMS, If yon
    do mi. judgment l.y defaujl
    taken acalnst you for the r'
    inanded in the Hill of Complu-
    Thin notice fthall be pui'li-i.
    cui-h week for four con i-oui|\
    in THE JEWISH PIXIRIDMV
    DONE AND ORDERED
    Kloriil.i, ihiH '-'" day nl July \
    . r.. i.EATiii:i:.\iAN. i
    il Court, Had.- I'ountv
    lly: R. E RUE v
    Deputy Clerk
    (Cir-uit Court Seall
    RONAIJ> A. ALTER, ESO
    e/n CRoVKR WEINSTEI.N
    STMIIER. PA.
    3.'i0 Lincoln Rood
    Miami Mach, Florida
    Attorney for Plaintiff
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    atthesamelftcaticMie
    The U.S.A.'s been in businMl a
    long time. So it's pretty solid.
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    Savings Bonds such a reliable
    and sure way to build a nest egg.
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    to them.
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    lars into some blue chip U.S.
    Savings Bonds? Join the Payroll
    Savings Plan where you work or",
    buy Bonds at your banJo...
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    August 11. 1972
    JmHH ik-.rHt.Tir
    Page 15-B
    Obituaries
    UGAL NOTICE
    llGAl NOTKE
    fOFF. Mom f., 808 Deer Run,
    Syrimts. Interment Slur of
    l
    kEN*. tmVM,+M, Of 1*11 Mtli si
    ft- p|
    aovtTZ. Samuel, 88. of 346 Col-
    Ave. Blnsberg.
    ER. Riwe 7", of 18801 NE Itth
    R|V< rslde.
    iEh, Jaok, 73, of '-'i1""1 Point
    i>r. RIveraloTe.
    E, Solomon. 71. of 5003 Collins
    Blusoerg.
    GERMAN, I.ouIh. M, of U10 Col-
    .We. Blusberg.
    rSKY. Abe. Mfj. of IIS] Collins
    Blaaberg.
    SSON. Ilymnn. r.T. of .Miiiml.
    p Ide. Interment Star of David
    UGAL NOTKE
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    trTICK is HEREBY GIVEN that
    undersigned, desiring to engage
    Unities* under the fictitious name
    4TER-AMERICAN MACHINERY
    'ANY at r.5.".r, COLLINS AVB..
    Ill REACH. FI/iRIDA intend to
    ,ter said iiiinie with the Clerk of
    Circuit Court of Dude County.
    is
    John l.ubar
    Mary Andre
    8/11.18-2.-. 8./1
    (1
    Hi.
    (2
    ill.
    e
    st.
    b.;
    PUBLICATION NOTICE
    PLICATION" Tt OILOANIZE A
    I NATIONAL BANK AND
    1 REPRF.SKNTATION OK
    APPLICANTS |)ATK.n
    DECEMBER 28. 11-71
    Ihe undersigned, i III. in 11'. n; III
    ami operate a national l.itnk
    brd.iu'e wilh the provisions of,
    k'H.i. ii Bank Act us amended, <
    by make application to the '.
    .iler of the Currency for per-
    to organize said national hunk !
    bpose as follows:
    iws :
    rhat the main office of said I
    11 bank be located at between |
    |4R Street and B.W. 182 Street ,
    luth Dixie Highway in the irn- ',
    rated area of the County of
    rtate of Florida,
    luit in order ot preference said
    haul; have one of the follow-
    itu da uk national
    Ink
    st national bank
    SoCTlf DADF
    I'TH DADF. CITIZENS
    PIONAL BANK
    1-..-I i the said national hank be
    1 to issue One Hundred I
    Thousand (186,000) shares of,
    trock, i>ne Hundred Thousand
    m of said shares to be'Issued
    lotion with the organization;
    national bank for a total eon-
    of ONE .MILLION FIVE
    |:i) TEN THOUSAND linL-l
    ,510.006.00) and the n inain.l-
    |d shares to be held l.y said .
    bank as xnlwiued sbar. s.
    Int the total consideration
    by naltl national bank loi
    ps issued by it he allocated
    11,050.000.00
    > 210,.......00
    .< 27iU.OIHI.oe
    8l.51O.0ttO.0O
    yCEJADO-
    Sireel. Pent-
    Prof I Ik:
    ilderntlon:
    ADEI.ITA
    8530 N.W. I!
    J. Cltf of .Miami, Coirnt)
    hate of Kloiida. a.l as sol.
    Bgenl to represent an.I
    [the undersigned before Ihe
    of the Currency ami to
    correspondence and docu-
    Hsi.e.i to thin application.
    res of capital stock will
    . a pi- > .'iio -i -
    old JSii in a ">' -l.'.l" per idiiiri
    '"/ JOS* 'ANTISAN'i. .lit.
    K BEN L. HICK
    // atiMffi: KHIU.A.N .II LIEN
    HAi;. M i r i
    /i.i'.i:i:t \ vi:i:
    LEFKOVE. Abe., 58, of 825 San .In.in
    fir. liordon Interment lit. win.
    LEIGHT. Mrs Belle fluaBOW, 7::. ol
    N". .Miunii.Rnach. Biver-i.l...
    MAROOLIS. Leonard. :.4. of N.
    .Miami Beach. Riverside.
    RANDOLPH. Edith (Bandy) of Miami
    lieaeh. Riverside.
    SHEFFLER, Max. 72. of So:, Sth St.
    ilordon. Interment Ml. Sinai.
    ROTH. Joseph. 71. of N. .Miami flench.
    lUverxIde.
    WOPSCHALL, EClisabeth, ?<;. of 8648
    HW 2Sth Terr. OordOlt
    FAIRMAN. .Maurice N.. 70, of N
    Miami. Riverside.
    GARFINKEL. Mania. 1!'. of 4.'.l Xl{
    14'ith Terr. Levitt.
    GOLDMAN, Ida S.. 71'. of 174ii Silver
    Springs- Hlvd.. Ocala. Gordon
    GULDEN. Harry, 71. of .Miami Beach.
    Riverside,
    RABINOWITZ. Susie. HS. of 542 Jef-
    ferson Ave. Illverside.
    COUGHLIN, Lenore, 81, Riverside.
    SINGER, Jack, mi. Riverside.
    FLIEGLER, Kalman, 7, Kive.rsidc.
    GOLDMAN, Albert. 7::. of Marlon
    Oiirdcus. Levitt.
    KARMEN, Sophie. 86, of llalland.,le
    Riverside.
    LONGSTRETH. Juno D.. I". Of Key
    Largo.
    LONGSTRETH. Thomas Lawty. 44
    of Key Largo.
    EPSTEIN. Joseph. SI. of 740 Oo. ,,n
    I>r. Blaaberg.
    GOLDMAN, Sylvia. 58, of 7221 Abbott
    Ave. Bliishcrg.
    HIRSCH, Albert B., fi. of 10843 Col-
    lins Ave. Blverxioe
    KLAVANS. saiah, HS. of ::.', Ocean
    I>r. BlasherR.
    KODROFF. Martin. 4". of 1"411 S\V
    laxth Ave. Itlasberc.
    ZONIES. Ida, 7.'.. of 800 West Ave.
    Riverside.
    BRONSON, flyman. '!'. of N Miami.
    Riverside.
    HORENSTEN, Ruth P., of Hallan-
    dale. Riverside.
    KASHINSKV. ilra.e. r.S. of Miami.
    Riverside. Interment Star of David
    LOWRY, Mrs. Anna. 79, of 6746
    Harding Ave. Levitt
    BOKOWSKY, Morris. 72. of 838S 24th
    St. Riverside.
    GREENFIELD. Henry. 88, of ISM
    Bay Rd. Riverside.
    KOSSOFF, Hermiin. SI, of ttfil !fH
    188th St. Newman.
    STOCK. Lena. 72, of 88SI Collins
    Ave. Newman.
    CIBULL, tiertrude, 7.i, of 1881 N\v
    79th St. fiordon.
    FREEDE, Dorothy of Miami Reach.
    Uiv.rslde. Interment lit. Israel
    Cemetery.
    GARNIT2, Sophie >.. 16. of Hal
    Harbour. Riverside.
    LITT. Adelaide P.. 67, of Bay Harbor
    Islands. Riverside. Interment Mt.
    Israel Cemetery.
    MAGIDSOHN, Harry J.. .:' Riverside
    SEGARD. .Miriam. 81, o( Miami Beach.
    Riverside.
    SNILLEY. Mollie. 7S. ..I :.<>< 18th Bl
    ilordon.
    SNIDER. Abe, 86, of :.2r,rt S\V Wlh I i
    ftordon. Interment Star ol David
    weinstein. Harry, M, of Miami
    Beach. Riverside. Interment Ml.
    Nebo. ,
    WACHS. William. 78, -.r Miami Beach
    Newman. .
    BROMLEY. Cnest.l 1'hlllip. 4'.'. Ol
    Miami. Rivrside Interment Star
    oi [>avid.
    feldman. Albert, 8, ol K3Hi B
    103rd Ave Oordon
    issenberg. Elliot (Joel, 46, Vi
    MB 17Sth T.-rr. Levin
    LOTTENBERG. William. 83, '< No.
    Miami Beach. Riverside Inter-
    mint Ml. Sinai.
    RABINOWITZ. Sadie, 81. "f Miami
    Beach. Riverside.
    Sanders, Harry fl ,;:' of Miami
    Beach. Riverside.
    TIRKELTAUB. S:.mil. 1. 65. "I *1
    Michigan Ave. tlortlon.
    BROOKS. Jennie n... 2*2 "an lr
    lUverRlde, Interment Ml. Nebo
    SIEGLER, Plnkan, 6, Of 41 >!-
    tins Ave. Il\\ eiside.
    GOLDBERG. Bertha, SO, "! Itn Bl
    BlasheiK
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY.
    CiVIL ACTION NO. 72-14209
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE: The Marriage of
    XAXCY LEE LEDDY,
    Petitioner,
    ami
    ROBEItT NORMAN I.KIIHY.
    Respondent.
    TO: RORKUT NORMAN LEDDY
    hlo Transverse Avenue
    Pittsburgh, Pa.
    YOO ARK HEREBY NoTII'li:n
    that an action for Dissolution ..f Mar-
    riitKC has been filed ateainsl you and
    >>iu are required to serve a copy of
    your written defenses, if any, to it on
    Tallannff & Bader, Beae., attorneys
    for Petitioner, whose address is 42"
    Lincoln itoad, Miami Reach, Florida,
    and file the original with the clerk of
    the above styled court on or before
    AugUHt 1H. 1872: otherwise u default
    will he entered agalnal you for the
    relief demanded In the complaint or
    petition!
    This notice shall be published once
    each week for four consecutive weeks
    in THE JBWIBH IM.ORIDIAN.
    WITNESS my hand and the seal
    of said court at Miami, Florida on
    this 13 day of July. 1878.
    K. H. LKATHKILMAN.
    As Clerk. Circuit Court
    Dade County, Florida
    By R. B. SHEA
    As Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seall
    TALIANOFF & BADKR. B8Q8.
    '2'* Linc.iln Roail
    Miami Beach. Florida 88188
    \ttornuyn for Petitioner
    7/21-2S 4-11
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    Or FLORIDA. DADE COUNTY.
    Caae No. 73-14164
    FLORKNTINo ESTRADA,
    Plaintiff,
    VR.
    OMKLIO MEDINA and
    SARA I. MEDINA, his wife.
    Defendants.
    TO: OMKLIO MEDINA and SARA
    I. MEDINA, his wife.
    RESIDI'TNt E UNKNOWN.
    TOO ARK notified that a Complaint
    for Lien Foreclosure on property In
    Dade County, Florida, legally described
    afl
    Lot :,, in Block S. of SttKF.T-
    W'ATER ESTATES, according t
    thi' Plat thereof, as recorded in
    Plot Book 88, paue 86, of the Pub.
    lie Records of Dade County, Kl"r-
    lila.
    has been filed nicalnst you and you
    are required to serve a ropy of your
    written defenses, 'f any. to it on
    OOI.DMAN. OOLDSTF.IN ft PA-
    CZTER, attorneys for Plaintiff, whoso
    address Is: 24"1 West Fl.icier Street.
    Miami. Florida. S8I3S on or before
    August 21, 1972, nti.l file the original
    with the Clerk of this Court either
    before service on Plaintiff's Attorney
    or immediately thereafter: ..therwlse.
    a default will be entered BgnillRl you
    for ihe relief demanded in the Com-
    plaint.
    WITNESS my hand and the eal
    of this Curt on the 12 day o| July.
    I72.
    B. B. rjDATHERMAN
    Clerk of I ourl
    By It. MILES
    |i.]iut> Clerk
    NOTICE UNDER"
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
    the underxigned, desiring In engage
    in l.usiness under the fictitious name
    of PEOPI-E'S APPETIZER al 1325
    WashinKion Avenue, Miami Bench,
    l-'la. intend to register said name with
    tin Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
    County, Florida.
    JUDITH HI ARD1NO
    CHARLES tlCARDINO
    l'.iul Ku'ltney
    Kwitney ft Kroop
    Attorney for applicants
    42H Lineohi Road
    Miami Beaeh, II
    7 2I-2S v 4-11
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 72-2455
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    In RE Ei In.....(
    SAMl'EI. 11 MALIC AN.
    In as..I
    To All Creditors and All Person* Hav-
    'i*>'ut-'''!n Tw-^VrWiT"vVlW'W ?1'"'
    You are hereby notified and required
    to present any claims and demunds
    which you may have agulnat the es-
    tate of SAMI'Kl.ii. .MAI.KAN deceits.
    d late of Dad.- County, Florida, lo
    the County Jodgeii of Dade County,
    and file the same In duplicate and as
    provided in Section 783,16, Florida
    Statutes, in lb. County Courthouse in
    Dude County, Florida, within six cal-
    endar months from the lime of the
    first publication hereof, or the same
    will be barred.
    Dated nt .Miami. Florida, this 21
    da> of July, a it. 197!
    KITH RK.'NSON
    As Executrix
    First publication of this notice on
    the 23 day of July. 1672.
    .l.'SF.l-ll SCH.MIKR. ESQ.
    Attorney for Batata
    in.', I.in,...In Itoad
    .Miami Beach, Florida
    7/38 t 4-u-ls
    HOAi rtOHCI
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NO PROPERTY
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TmS
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
    UL)E COUNTY.
    CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-11595
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE: The Mm age i
    l.ACKKNA WILLIAMS. kVife
    Petitioner I
    and
    .1
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
    FOR OAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    NO. 72-13925
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    IRVINO CVPEN, Trustee,
    Plaintiff,
    vs.
    CLAIRi: WARREN, LESLIE
    KKNRICK. NAVCV WINTKRS.
    1'ATRiciV STCTTS and BTANLET
    WARREN, as Executor of the
    Batata .t i'aui Warren,
    dacaaaett,
    Defendants.
    To: I.KSI.IK KBNRTCK
    P.O. Bos I'lJ.i
    l-Veeport. Bahamas
    PATRICIA SIM'TIS
    MA Eaton Crest Drive
    Fat..mown. New Jersey A7724
    YOF AND EACH OF YOl! ARK
    HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action
    for Interpleader has been filed against
    you and you are required to serve a
    cpy of your Answer or other written i
    del. us. s. |f any, to it on ALAN B. :
    MKi'DV. BRQ CVI'F.N' ft NEVINS. '
    Attorneys for Petitioner, whose ad- j
    dress is S2.", Arthur Cro.lfrey Road,
    Miami Beach. Florida ".:i4>.. and rile
    the original with the clerk of the;
    above styled ..ourt on or before Aug-
    ust 81, 1972: otherwise a default will '
    In. entered against you for the relief
    demanded in the complaint,
    This notice shall be published once
    each week for four consecutive weeks |
    in Till: JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
    WITNESS my hand anil the seal of
    j said court at Miami. Florida, on this
    I 86 day of July. I!>72.
    E. H. LRATIIBRMIK,
    A- Clerk, fin-ui: Court
    Dade County, Florid..
    By C |, COI'KI.AND
    A" D'initv Cl.rk
    I Al AN B. BBODY
    i CYPEN ft NI'AIVS
    ] Attorneys for Petitioner
    [ >::.". Arthur Hndfrey Road
    Miami Bench, Ploridn 3314a.
    ; : s i-n-13
    JAMES Will IAMS. Husl
    Respond, nl
    'It JAMES WILLIAMS
    1.137 N 11 Miami PUiee
    Miami, l-'lorida
    V.ii arl HEREBY NOTIFIED
    thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
    riage has been filed otfalltHt you and
    you are r your vvritteti defense*. If any. to il
    on Dani.-i Better, attorney for Peti-
    tioner, whose a.ldr.ss is loos Congress
    IMIIdlllg, .Miami. Florida, and filo
    in.- original with the Clerk of tho
    above st3 led court "ii or hafbre Aug-
    ust 31, 1672, otherwise ii default will
    he entered against you for Ihe relief
    demanded in th......molaim or petition.
    Tins notice shall be published onco
    rai h Wi ek for four consecutive weekn
    in THE JEWISH FI>I>HIDIJN,
    WITNESS my hand and the se.il of
    said court al Miami, Florida on this
    _, da) Of July. 1872.
    i;. II IJ4AT HERMAN,
    As Clerk. Cir.-ui* Court
    Dude County; Florida ,
    By C. IV tTtPBI AND
    As I>eputy Clerk
    |i 'Iretlll t 'ourt Seall
    liANIi:!. BETTER
    I00G CiiKress Kimdiii::
    Miami, Florida 88132
    Attorney i"r Petitioner
    ; M t-t-u-H
    11
    that
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    JMENT3 INC.
    Day e Closed So-bbolh
    th Ave. MO 1-8583
    Only Strictly Jewish
    " -nument Oeoler
    Palmers
    mimMHonument Company
    32Jrf |.W. 8lh Street, Miami
    444-ktll 444-0922
    U ftinday thru Friday
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    4 0(SIATION1 Of fIRVICf
    NOTICE UNDKR
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NttTK'E IS HKIIBBY U1VKN thai
    ili. undersigned, desiring to engage In
    I business under tin li.titiolls name* id I
    i (leorgelown Contempornry (3allerlH;
    lleorgetown Contemporary Furuiiure |
    in 121 N.E. I7!'th BL. N. Miami, Fin
    &3142 Intends i" riglater Bald names
    ivlih ihe Clerk of the Circuit Court of
    j)i..... County, Florida.
    tlaHirgetou n lliilh rten. Inc.
    .hicl, HI;.ll. I'r.-siil.nl
    I A I.IA.Ni i|.'l-' A; UAOEK
    Aioiin.ys for
    i:, orgetou ll tiilllerles, Inc.
    420 Lincoln Road
    \ii...... Ilea. ii. Kla. |
    7-23H 8-13-88
    '. IN THE COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT;
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 72-3468
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    . In RE: Extnle m
    ! LEA (IOLMFEIN
    I).....,i~. .1.
    I T.. All Creditors nnd Ml Peri"..... lli.v-
    | lug ci.iims ..r Demanda Agnlnal Suld
    l-.siate:
    You are hereby notified and required
    t.i pretient any clnlma and demands
    nhi.li you ni> have agnlnal Ihe aa-
    i:.ie of LEA t; i late of iinl. County, Florida, t<> the
    i County Judge* of Di.de County, and
    ! file the Mama in duplicate and aa pro-
    vldcd in Section "33.18, (.lorida Siiit-
    in.-. In their ofii.e- in the County
    ; I'liUI -thouse ill I >:>.!.' Cllllty. I'l.ill.l.i
    . within -i\ eiilen.inr tnonthfi from the
    ; lime ..f tin first puliliei.tlon hereof, or
    the Kiinie u ill i" barn !
    I>iii. ,i ;n Miami, Florida, this m day
    ..i July, AH. I!.7:.'
    i.AritcN. i: c,..i.i.Ki:iN
    As Exaoutor
    i i t publication of this noil. on
    the 28 daj ot July, 1 !"-
    FRi iMBi:itc. I'll' t.MHBRO
    Itt'TH. I' A
    B) : CHIMP .M SEOAL
    i Attorney for Executor
    Suiie \l-lie'. I'.is.iiyn. Rlrtg
    Miiiml Pin.
    7 v I 11-is
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
    FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    CASE NO. 72-15078
    DIVISION.
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    In the M.n-l i "I
    SIMON SKIKI'SV I'NAS.
    husbnml
    .mil
    JE VNE1 TA 8KIRP8TCNAH,
    Wife
    VtHI, JEANETT.X BKIRPSTCNAS,
    IIill,-., i I'uknown, tir, notified to
    -i-n.. :i copy of your nnawer to I'.ti-
    II,oi Kor ItisKolutl'in "t Marriage ni-o
    ngnlnsl you, on Hushnnd's lawyer,
    UKi IB.IIO N'h Mi il AS. 812 N.W I2lh
    Avenue. Miami, Florida 83138, nnd ille
    oricinnl with Clerk ol this Court mi
    ..r b. lor. \in;ii-i 31, 1972, otherwise
    I'.iiii..... ill I.....onf.--.il by \ou.
    DATED: July l l!72
    i: i: I.EATHERMAN. Clerk
    By: c P. COPBLANH IK
    11 'n cult 't'UI' Seal i
    7'28 8'4-ll-1
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NO PROPERTY)
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
    OADE COUNTY.
    CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-15087
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE:
    HER Ml >INB VRIIA IIA
    DIRICKSON,
    Cell. ||
    and
    Rl -BERT EDWIN BiRICKKl'N,
    Respondent.
    TO: ROBERT EDWIN BIRH EBON
    c Winnie Roe, Mother
    C ii. Box 803
    I i.et l.odi:,, Mont.i n:i
    VOI' aim: hereby notified
    thiit mi action lor Dlnaolutlon of Mnr-
    riage ha* I.....n filed ngainal you nnd
    you nre retpjlred to nerve h opy ol
    your writ ten defenses, if i\*ny. to il on i
    HAXTBR A FRIEDSI \V attorney for'
    Petitioner, whose nddreas is is7". N.E. ,
    IKIrd Street, North 8llnml Reach,
    Florid:., nnd fib- the original with the
    clerk of the nlmve -t'l-d .ourt on or
    before \ugUHl '.'sth. |ft72; otherwise a
    default will lie entered ngainal you
    lor tin- relief demanded in ihe com-
    plaint or ptilion.
    This noii.....dinll he nuhllshetl once
    each week for four consecutive weeki
    in Tin.; Jewish ei nitini vn
    WlTN'l'.ss my hnnri nnd the aeal of
    said court at Miami, Florida on this 25
    o.i. ..i July, 1972
    i: i: I EATHERMAN,
    As Clerk, Circuit Court
    Mini- c......tv, Florida
    B> ii RYAN
    As Deputy Clerk
    Ull S.illl
    . PRTRDMAN
    II :-.l Btrei i
    N'-nh VII .no Beaeh, Ploriil i
    By II I'vej Fl ixter
    \ ot Pi til Inner
    7 t I]
    ICirellil C
    BAXTER
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    NUMBER 72-16197
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    FOR ACTION FOR
    DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE:
    THE MARIHAOB I >\-'
    IIEOROE W. FLY NX. /
    Husband
    nnd
    MAROAKKT C Fl.YNN.
    Wife.
    TO: MAIU1ARET c. PLYN.N
    L'HO l'':iirview Road
    Woodlyn, C:.
    Yin' ARE HHHKBY NOTIFIED
    that iin netlon for B4aedtiMlon ol Mar-
    riage h:is bean fih-d ujnilnKt you and
    you nre required lo uarve a copi of
    your written defenses, if any. to it on
    IIONAI H.l. I'ATH. Attorney for Peti-
    tioner, who-.- address is 2888 S Bayahore Drive, Mliimi. Florida, and
    file the original with the Clark of the
    above aiyled .-ourt on or btftora Sepl.
    13 l'.i7'J: otherwise ii default will ho
    entered ans-inst you for the relief de-
    mand,.I hi the Complaint or Petition,
    THIS NOTICE shall be published
    one. each week for four consecutive
    weeks in THE JEWIRH FLDIHDIAN.
    WITNESS my hand and the seal ..f
    a-id Court at .Miami, Hade i ..uniy,
    Florida, ihi- H day of Aug., IW2
    E It. I.EATHERMAN,
    t'lerli. Circuit Curl
    Dude t 'ounty, Florida
    By. ItOXAl H TAITTENHAN
    ii ii.ull Curt S. :il>
    Deputy Clerk
    ii< i.NAi n .1 I'ATtl. Attomei
    'I'lij:. South llayshore Itrlse
    Miami, .'loridii
    i Ait..i i.e. for Pelltlimeri
    * ll is-:.' i
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    IN PROBATE
    No. 72-3982
    In HE: EBtnli !
    LENA ST.iCK
    Hi-ceased
    NOTICE OF PROBATE
    THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
    TO ALL PEItHONS INTERESTED IN
    THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT.
    You ar. li.r.l.v notified Hint a writ-
    ten Instrument purporting In be the
    last will and t, -litni.nl ol -.'.el de-
    cedent hat h.en :i,i 111111,-ii lo probate
    in -aid Court. You nre hereby com-
    manded within sin cnleiidar months
    from Ihe ilat. of the first publication
    of this notice to appear in said Court
    and shou cause, if liny you can, why
    ihe action of said Court in admitting
    said "ill i" probate should not stnud
    Ultrevolle.l
    FRANE H DOWI.INtl
    fount} Judge
    Bi MEI HA | nil,
    t I, rk
    AROXOVITK, SILVER A BOOTH
    Al.......i Ef late I.. nil Slis k,
    decoase.1
    '"is Ailislej RuildillK
    .Miami. Florldu 33132
    I (Circuit i 'ourl Seali
    First iiubllcall......f ihls notice .....i.e
    11 day ..i August, l78
    11-18-33 It I
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    IN PROBATE
    Nd 71.526.'
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    In RE: Relate of
    ' 111 I 11A M LEVY
    Deceased
    To All Cn-diton and All Person* Hav-
    ing Claims or Demands Agalnat Sit '
    Estate:
    You an hereby notified and requiri I
    to present any .liiiin- i.nd demands
    whieh iou may hnve against Ihe es-
    tate of Mil.HA M. I KW deceased
    l.te ..i Dad. County, Florida, lo the
    County Judges of Dade County, and
    file the same in duplicate and as pro.
    videil in Section 733.1G, Florida Stot-
    i utes. ill their offices in the County
    Courthouse in Dade County, Klnrlda,
    within six i.iieiidar month* from ihi
    time ..f ihe fit i publl. nl..... hi n of,
    i or Ihe same ill be btu*re>l
    I.......I at Miami Florida Ihls 87
    day of July. A.l I 1872.
    KTHEI. MEDFt RD RYERS
    As Executrix
    Plral publli iii.......t Hit.- notli B
    ili. I .la\ ..i August, 1972.
    HERBERT /. MARVIN
    LA RSI IN AND M ARVIN
    Attorney for Executrix
    777 N \\ J2 x. nui
    Miami Florida
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