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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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University of Florida
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Jewish Flor idiaxi
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
ime 45 Number 33
Miami. Florida Friday,. August 18, 1972
Two Sections Price 20 cents
Cabinet Postpones Elections For 3rd Time
[JERUSALEM (JTA) The
abinet has postponed for the
bird time elections for the chief
Ibbinate. The elections are now
thoduled to take place Oct. 16.
| Religious Affairs Minister
irah Warhaftig, in recommcnd-
Ig the postponement to the
iabinet, explained that because
legal complications prepara-
tions for the election could not
be completed in lime for Aug.
31, the date sot by the Knesset
last month for the elections and
MK Mordechai Surkiss, chair-
man of the election committee,
had asked him to secure the
postponement.
The legal complications wsre
caused hy an appeal to the high
RABBI TEITZ REPORTS HEM
Soviet Jews Striving
For New Yiddishkeit
IA continued resurgence of the
lissian Jewish community was
rted this week in Miami
P$ach by Rabbi Pinchas Teitz of
fzabeth. N.J., one of the na-
n's foremost Orthodox rabbis
Ad founder of the Yeshiva of
izabeh.
Rabbi Teitz, who is staying at
.e Sterling Hotel while visit-
Hg leaders of Greater Miami's
threw Academy and other lo-
ij Jewish officials, returned
Tst week from his third visit
the Soviet Union in 1972.
[He said some 25 ulpanim, in-
cisive schools in Hebrew, are
iting clandestinely in Mos-
|w as the desire to leave for
rael continues to mount.
life Sentences
Are Imposed On
Girl Hijackers
TEL AVIV (JTA) The Is-
raeli military tribunal imnosed
life sentences on both Rima Tan-
nous and Thercse Khalsa, the
two women a'mscd of taking
par' in the Sabena Airlines hi-
jacking at I.ydda Airnori May
9, The tribunal convicted the
women on three of four charges
against them.
Whey received life Imprison-
ment sentences for participating
in a group that committed of-
fenses using weapons; and beam-
ing weapons, hand grenades and
explosives. On the cha-'je of
membership in an illegal orga-
nization, they were each given
10 years. Both were acquitted
on a count of planting a bomb.
In handing down its verdict,
the tribunal said that the two
women had tried to pretend that
Ihev were unaware of the hi-
jacking mission before the ter-
^ rnrist acts we-o carried o"t.
However, their teriimonv cou'd
stand up to the facts that
introduced by the prosecu-
which the co'irt ac"oot<"1.
loreover the court had dls-
pred that both women hid
the terrorist organization
(eir own freo will, and that
carried out their part in
[/hijacking of their own voll-
[rior to sentencing, M:ss Tan-
lawyer, Eliezer Koren,
the court to imoose an
sentence of short imorison-
Trf^t on his client. He recalled
miserable childhood. Miss
;a's attorney, Jacob Hennig-
m. asked the court to con-
BCr his client's young age (19)
and hir relative immaturity,
in asking for a light sentence.
"But the Soviet youth are
clamoring for freedom to ex-
press their religion even if they
do not desire to go to Israel or
feel there will be no opportun-
Contlnued on Page 6-A
RABBI PINCHAS TtlTZ
court two week! ago on the part
of four Haifa men, who filed
protests against various decis-
ions ol the election committee.
They elaimed that it was un-
reasonable for the present two
chief rabbis, themselves up for
reelection, to be member* of the
appeals commission hearing ap-
peals from the election commit-
tee ruling*.
The court upheld this conten-
tion, and as a result, three mem-
bers of the election committee
resigned. The three, all rabbis,
claimed that they, too, might
be candidates to the chief rab-
binate council, and therefore
could no longer take part >n 11"*
election preparations. One of
the three has since been re-
placed, and the committee Ls
JWV Convention
Held In Houston
Bv Special Report
WASHINGTON. D.C. Some
2/100 delegates of the Jewish
War Veterans are meeting in
Houston this week for their 77th
annual national convention.
The JWV, led by Jerry Cohen,
national commander of Brook-
lyn, is based here. Its lobbying
efforts on behalf of Jews every-
where ran House to VA hospitals around
the nation.
Among its chief interests are
the upgrading of hospital facili-
ties for servicemen, the lessen-
ing of discrimination against
Jews in the Soviet Union, the
preservation of Israel as a bas-
tion of democracy, the strength-
ening of the North Atlantic
Treaty Organization, and the
improvement of housing for the
elderly.
carrying on with a minimum le-
gal quorum of three out of five.
The postponement was a suc-
cess for those right wing ele-
ments in the religious party who
hope to have the election defer-
red indefinitely, and thus keep
i: iiit>i shlomo Goran, Tel Aviv
chief rabbi nut of the chief rab-
binate. Rahhl Oorea is a leading
contender for the position of
Ashkena/.i chief rahhi.
The right wing circle believes
that the closer the date of the
national elections approaches in
the fall of 1973, the less will Im-
the pressure to hold the rabbin-
ate elections. Meanwhile incum-
bent Chief Rabbi Isser Yehuda
Unterman, who is more accept-
able to the rightists, will remain
in office.
The reasoning behind this
thinking apparently is that the
closer the national elections are,
the less the National Religious
Party will want to anger its
more orthodox voters hy press-
ing for Rabbi Goren's election,
as it is doing at present.
Rogers Addresses GOP
Platform Committee
MIAMI BEACH (JTA)
"Drastic reduction" in the United
States military strength in the
Mediterranean will end the
"close relationship" of the United
States with Israel, Turkey and
Greece, Secretary of State Wil-
liam P. Rogers told the Repub-
lican Party's platform commit-
tee Monday.
After delivering a broad re-
view of the Nixon Administra-
tion's foreign policy, Mr. Rogers
was asked by a committee mem-
ber Jerrold B. Speers of
Maine --to discuss the "drastic
reduction in defense" proposed
by Democratic presidential nom-
inee Sen. George McGovern.
Mentioning specifically only the
Mediterranean area in his re-
sponse, Mr. Rogers said a $30
billion cut "or one of that mag-
nitude" in U.S. defense was "out
of the question."
In his 2.500-word prepared
text, which he read to the com-
mittee with some modifications
as the lead-off witness for three
davs of hearings preliminary to
the writing of the GOP plat-
form, Mr. Rogers spoke of the
Middle East and other foreign
policy matters mainly on the
basis of the Nixon Administra-
tion's promises and achieve-
ments.
Several Jewish organizations
are making oral presentations to
the Republican national plat-
form committee o- domestic and
international affairs at the hear-
ings.
The Conference of Presidents
of Ma'or American Jewish Or-
ganizations, and the American
Jewish Committee, which is not
a conference member, is sup-
porting proposals by the Ameri-
can-Israel Public Affairs Com-
mittee for a plank reaffirming
President Nixon's Mid He East
views with continuation of his
policy of maintainance of Israel's
deterrent strength and direct
Irael-Arab negotiations and ap-
proval of movement of the U.S.
Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jeru-
galem. The Democratic Party
Continued on Page 11-A
News Briefs
Extension of Military Credits Approved
WASHINGTON (WNS) A Senate-House conference on the
Defense Pro"urement Act has approved the extension of military
sales credits to Israel for a 15-month period beginning Oct. 1. The
measure, proposed by Sen. Henry M. Jackson tD-Wash.) calls for
"unlimited" credit, but a Jackson aide said that "in practical terms"
it guarantees authorization of up to $300 million in aid. The pro-
vision is expected to be approved without difficulty in both Houses
of Congress.
JDL Members Evicted From Finnish Embassy
TEL AVIV (WNS)Thirty members ot the Jewish Defense
league staged a sit-in at the Finnish Embassy, which represents
Soviet interests in Israel, to demand an end to all Russian trials
against Jews. When they refused to leave, police were called in
and they were removed forcibly. Ten were arrested.
24-Year-Old Astro-Physicist Abducted
LONDON (JTA)Prof. Evgeny Levitch, the 24-year-old
astro-physicist son of academician Benjamin Levitch, was ab-
ducted Aug. 9 while driving with friends from Moscow to the coun-
try, Jewish sources in Russia reported. The sources said the younger
Levitch, who had recently been hospitalized for three months, was
on his way to a recuperation site. As his car stopped on the road,
four Soviet militimen jumped out of their vehicle, grabbed Levitch
and dragged him away, the sources said. The senior Levitch, a
noted electrochemist. was chastised last month by the Soviet gov-
ernment when he was expelled from the Soviet Academy of Sci-
ences and from his teaching post at Moscow University. His invita-
tion to guest-lecture at Oxford University was cancelled and he
was refused an exit permit. The 55-year-nld scientist is known as a
signer of petitions calling for greater freedom and for the right to
emigrate.Members of his research staff at the university were told
to get jobs elsewhere.
30,000 Votes Cast For Racist Candidate
ATLANTA (JTAi A B'nai B'rith official has expressed
shock over the fact that 30,000 voters cast their ballots in the
Democratic Party primary for U.S. Senator for John B. Stoner, an
avowed opponent of blacks and Jews. Stoner, who collected 500
votes in 1948 on a platform urging execution for Jews, was de-
scribed by Ben Hyman, chairman, Southeastern regional Anti-
Defamation League board, as a man with "intense, vulgar and
gutter-hatred of blacks and Jews." He said the 30.000 votes for
Stoner "showed us how much raw bigotry still exists in our nation."
Stoner finished last in the primary.
Record Traffic Toll Reported For July
JERUSALEM (JTA) Israel's Bureau of Statistics retried
a record 2,100 tralfic injuries in the month of July as a result of
1.423 road accidents. The figure represents a 10r/ increase over June
even though there were seven less fatalities. In July, 51 persons
British Man Confesses Spying For Jordan
TEL AVIV (JTA) John Paul Glover, a 42-year-old British
subject who has lived in Israel since 1969, was detained here July
17 on charges of spying for Jordan, Israeli authorities disclosed.
Said to have confessed to maintaining contact with Jordanian intel-
ligence through the Jordanian Embassy in London. Mr. Glover was
arrested in the Arab village of Abou Diss near Jerusalem.


Pace 14-B
Pcce 2-A
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Friday, Aue\is* 18, 13
'73 Economic Conference
May 27-31 In Jerusalem
Cnsid^raW* interest in the
tr... : J-r.>*rr. Ei -
Terence has fcy^n generated in the
South Pjorida business oBBanan-
rt. Ja^k D G tb- Mlaatj PK|ial r. C :r-JW
for the C"< nfl : nee. reverts.
Mr. G-joxm. president erf U'ash-
kurton Feoerai Savings and !>>ar.
A*: *'* erf M:a~-i Beacf- also
;ir.u< Oat iarce-: *co-
nomir and trax- :'air e*er t
<:-aT-w-". it. Israel .!; be the
crater of *: tne Coa-
j>rfve 10 t r> : ntxi M
t.->'- economic naofreai hsrtac B
years erf lr>deiAMo>T :-* evaAa-
t n -*tuJe iAi-t.ts ,-re-s-
dustry, wffl .'-a- n i.. anaefcas
.::.-
Sfred by t%e Jw
I "nomir Conference F--. ion
Ii art Company /-,r Fairs and I \-
under the guidance erf
the Ministry o( Cdnunerce and In-
c --try. the iith Ann. versa ry Ex-
hibition will be held at the Tei
Avh Fairgrounds.
of tte largest pa
there will sun: up th- nat.onal
exouoniy*s growth and progress;
< then ilJ be devoted to Individ-
ual industries and companies. To
h iarge extent, this uill also be
a trade fa,!-, with numerous cvn- saiem -mi May 27-31. Sevens! hun- '
mereiai exhibits. -Wed thoasami person?, lnclud.ng
The exhib.;.< May 28-June 16 ill coincide ith rime for celebration erf the coun-
the sessions A the 1973 Econom c try's 25th Independence Day are
Conference, to be h<-M in Jera- ?\r*cted to ririt
Kenen Urges GOP To Adopt
Strong Middle East Plank
Sen. Dick Fincher
Seeks Reelection
State Sen. Dick Fincher ha
' led f.r inflection in Dis-
~>. in'.-lj'iinz Miami Beach.
N/ih Miami Beach. Key Bfe-
cayne. the "Road-" s.- M a.-rj anei sunoundin^' areas. Sen.
['.:. her ha- served two full terms
in 'h< Florida Senate-, and ha
bcen one of the itate'a most ac-
ti Democratic leaders. He ha-
one opponi r.t in the- Sept 12
pri nary.
Sen. Fincher i* the- head of
Fincher Oktanobile, president of
University of Miami Eaton
F ndation and a leader in mi-
(vie, religious and non-
f 4 -. BUSI -
'pBiwjwn *S* ygp **
Sobbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
Phone 672-7306
945 MICHIGAN AVt., MIAMI BEACH
ajMMa TS A-ner>ra~ I*r*". FVibo: Af-
.:-* --.--*. AIPAC
^Td tne Rec-b>^aK Par:;-
sdop* a Middle Y.*s: >jr_k reai-
-*? a^ords ani \-iews of
-=*T Nlautl an .
:jwaton : bai poaey.
'.- -. -;->:-: to IBC piati r)
tree I. I_ Kenen executive
.ce chair- ,-. : AIPAC. recalled
Preiient Nnsocrs statement 'Jan.
1970' thai pea can be based
only on agreement between the
parties; and that agreement can be
achieved only through negot:a-
between them."
Voting that AlPACs :
men tations "are substantially con-
sistenl with the views of the Ad-
ministration and a bi;^rtisan ma-
jority of Congress." Mr. Kenen
said that the current VS. policy
"of maintaining Israel's deterrent
strength has been effective."
VS. policy has helped to persu-
ade- Russia and F.gypt that another
war would be futile. Mr. Kenen
declared. He urged the mainten-
anee of U.S. strength in Europe
and the Mediterranean as es-
sential to preserve the balance of
strength and to prevent an out-
break of hostilities. The spokes-
man for AIPAC. a non-partisan
oiganizatk>n which does not make
;*>litical endorsements, also warn-
ed that it would be premature
and reckless to abandon a policy
hat has been vuviicated by re-1
"- :
Mr Kenen emphasized the im- j
por*anc* of a Middle East plank I
which, he sa;d. 'serves notice on i
the Arab state* and the Soviet
Union o' tion to presene Israel's survival
and to promote an Arab-Israel
peace settlement."
Voters Advised
Of New Polls
An rtimated 41.000 Dane Coun-
tians are being ursed by election!
ii nor officials to watch their!
mailboxes for an important norie"e
informing them they wfH be voting |
at a new polling location for three
. '-:>
The- notification will be on a
white card with the words 'Pre-
cinct Change" in large letter* at
the upper right comer. Voters are 1
asked to adi the new precinct
number to their voter registration ,
card and to delete the old number.
Legation of new precincts wi'.l be
on a samnlo ballot sent to all reg-
istered voters.
Dade County, in order to better'
serve voters, has created 11 new
precincts, split up 69 and deleted
-even.
National Hebrew
taam gift enrrai mc
BAR MITZVAH SETS
RE'-IGIOUS ARTICLES GIPTS
949 WASHINGTON AVE. 532-2210
American Israeli
f-; All Religious Articles ~'-
For Synogotfu^s Schools Homes
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It 1-7722 J. Schwarff
REPHUN'S HEBREW
BOOK STORE
HAS IVIKYTHIHC F0*
Synagogues, Hebrew Schools
and Jewish Homes. Free Gift
with E'/ery Bar Mitzvah Outfit
417 Washington Ae. 672-7017
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ANSWERING TELEPHONES (IN THE FOLLOWING EXCHANGES \
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WITHOUT SPENDING A DIME!
Funds earned by the Jewish Home for the Aged 1
Thrift Shop at 7300 N.W. 27th Avenue, in Miami,
are an important part of the Home's operating
income.
Won't you help the Home today by contributing
items for resale at the Thrift Shop?
Do you have furniture, appliances, bedding,
cameras, doming, sporting goods or any other
saleable merchandise which you no longer need
or can use?
Do you know someone, a friend or a neighbor,
who is redecorating? Perhaps a hotel, an apart-
ment house. Tell them about our Thrift Shop.
Douglas Gardens has serious financial needs,
since 70% of its 222 residents are public welfare
recipients. With increased operating costs, and
public assistance payments in Florida the lowest
of all states, the Home urgently needs your help
to maintain its high quality care. May we count
on your support?
Just phone 696-2101 and arrange for our truck
to pick up your merchandise.
And remember contributions to the Thrift
Shop are tax deductible.
The Douglas Gardens family residents,
Board and staff thank you.
AARON KRAVIT1
JHA Vice President
Chairman
Thrift Shop Committee
JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED
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of South Florida
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joy. August 18. 1972
*Jei Page 3-A
BY FEDERATION'S BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Largest Allocations In History Approved
Thr Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
lition'a botvxl of directors, a?tin^
nn the recommendations of tin:
^2 budget Committee, approved
largest amount of local and
hi"-... agency allocations in the
[yV:"K histftf oYTo^T'ration.'ac-'
to Robert Russell prcsl-
Int. These agendas will receive
Jotai of $2,013,483 for 1972.
Tl e largest r*-rcf ntase of in-
rj08< .in allocations over last year
re 'ei'loetert in family, individual
a\ aged services, which will re-
live (606.016 ttdfl yea- and cdu-
Itlon services, which will reoeivo
fc.'17.fc' ft
{"CbTitlnuing and upgrading Jew-
ii cdu atton and care for the Jew-
aged are federation priorities."
ul Morton Silbormaii. Budget
lomnlttee chairman. "In the fu-
jre this committee will have to
ik -vy closely at the problems
ir." Jewish aged.
|"0. role is not limited to pro-
institutional care; wi 're
kin'.' .'> lx? concentrating on brin it-
s' the full range of federation
?ncy services to the aged, where
ey live," Mr. Silberman added.
n .-'.Iition, the Douglas Gardens
,i<-h Home for the Afjed. a
ItfT Miami Jewish Federation
firiary, will receive $247,042
.. ar.
xti-iation involvement in the
education is reflected in
;. locations to the Hebrew
nrmy ($36,100), Hillcl Com-
- Day School ($7,650) and
: Dade Hebrew Academy, a
, eration beneficiary, will re-
- ,850.
-e institutions have met the
Hi established by Pedera-
st-
tion's Planning Committoo on Jew-
ish Education," Mr. Silberman re-
ported. "This involvement in com-
munity day schools is quite ex-
citing. In the next 10 years, as our
CJA-IEF campaigns grow, wo can
*expW t>* see' m'CreSsM federation
involvement in this area."
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion's involvement in the area of
Jewish education Is the direct re-
stilt, of an intensive three-year
study by the Planning Committee
on Jewish Education, chaired by
A. H. Wiener.
The committee recommended n
".irvje benefit program /or li-
censed Hebrew teachers and ad-
ministrators (which has Ixen al-
lotted 51li.0"0>; an attempt U> up-
grade Jewish education by en-
couraging teachers to become li-
censed and to remain in the field
of Jewish education in the Greater
Miami area.
The Bureau of Jewish Edn .1-
tion (which will receive $217,708
this year i has been successful in
providing post-Bar Mitzvah educa-
tion through its Judaica program.
In the coming year, more than
1.000 students will tx' meeting in
unstructured settings to discuss or
study nspects of Judaism that they
teel are important.
In adlition. the Israel Study
Tour and Scholarship Program
'which enable- students to receive
redil from the Dade County
Hoard of Education for their
study-trips to Israel) was allotted
$15,000; $3,000 has been earmarked
for scholarships to the Brandeis
Camo Institute, and the College
of Jewish Studies has received
$15,000.
:
-:.
idget Committee Allocations
[JO!
\fi *
|ll:.
alt
In..
allocations made by the
iclds of service were:
Time and Cultural Services .............
Individual and Aged Sen ices.............
and Community Relations Agencies .......
'.on Sen ices .............................
181 BE TIME AND CULTURAL SERVICES
Am. ii-I-r.-ir'l Cultural Foundation .............
B'n.. i i ith Youth Services Appeal...............
B'n.-.. riih Youth Organization Miami ........
Hill, -.'ewish Student Center ...................
Isra. "loiiib Affairs Program ...................
Jew,- Teli '.raphie Auen \ .....................
Joint Ciiliiir.-il Appeal ...........................
Natu ,.1 Jewish Wei fan- Boaid .................
Nor; American Jewish Students Appeal ........
YM .' YYVIIA of Greater Miami .................
rlMli.V. IXDIVIDUAL AMI ACrKD SRRVICES
JWvi-'.". Family and Children's Service ..........
Jew i-- Home for the A^ed.....................
Jew.- Vocational Service .....................
Nhti'.rnl Council of Jewish Women..............
*rn_- Resettlement Program.................
it") IIIAS Sen ice ..........................
Speei, Financial Assistance-Local ..............
Budget Committee covering the four
$444,615
$698,016
S218.220
$337,809
S 3.500
100
4 200
49.91.")
16,000
3,000
9.400
18.000
50(1
340.000
$444,615
$338,542
247.042
77.000
11,932
7.500
l.t.000
3.000
The Budget Committee has also
approved full funding for the Jew-
ish Family and Children's Service's
Places North, South and Fast teen-.
age counseling programs.
The places are informal "store-
front'- facilities where tecris with;
problems can rap with trained]
counselors in a setting of mutual
trust ... at no cost to the youths,
and w ith no demands for parental
knowledge or consent. The places'
provide neided counseling to
youths with pre-drug involvement
problems.
Th' local and national alloca-
t ioas include $504,763 from the j
United Fund of Dade County.,
which is earmarked to meet a nor-
tton of the deficit for the Jewish
Family ami Children Service, the
Jewish Vocational Service, Jewish,
Home for the Aged and the YM-
YU'HA of Greater Miami. This
money Is budgeted by federation.
"The United Fund, as evidenced
by their allocation to federation,
has a full understanding of the
needs of Miami's Jewish commun-
ity. For many years, federation has
enjoyed a close and productive re-
lationship as a partner in the
fund." Mr. Russell said,
"Forty-seven local, national and
overseas federation agencies ben-
efit from the proceeds of the yearly'
CJA-IEF campaign, the ky fund-
raising effort undertaken by Mi-
ami's Jewish community," Mr. Sil-
bei man add' d.
"Our Jewish community, which
Ralph Renick
Is Keynoter
Ralph Renick will key-note the
opening of the Council of United
Fund Women, to be held Tuesday,
Aug. 29, from 9:45 to noon at the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Building, 4200 Biscayne Blvd.; Mrs.
' Donald W. Mclntosh. president of
the council, announced.
At the meeting, which will;
launch the 1972-73 program of
the council, al least three I'ml Fund-sponsored services will pre-
sent demonstrations of new pro-
grams developed during the past
>eai. These ogencles include Senior
Citizens oi Dade County, Family'
and Children's Services, an I the
Comprehensive Drug Abuse Pro-
gram.
Chairmen for the evenl are Mrs.
Sol Goldstein and Mrs. James Mr-
De\itt. Reservations may be made
through the United Fund office. I
is the fifth largest In the United
Slates and the fastest growing out-
side of Israel, presented some real
challenges to the Budget Commit-
tee.
'While it was rewarding and
very exciting work, \t was often
frustrating," he continued. "Our
agencies requested S2.204.000 1 his
year, more than $7915.000 over 1971
agency allocations of $1,438,000,
and the Badget Committee had
only an additional $225,000 to
allot.
"While our current Campaign is
the most successful in our history;
we're just coming close to meeting
Miami's 'fair-share' of our over-
seas obligation," he said.
Federation's overseas agencies
will receive $31,500. This money is
earmarked for the American-Israel
Cultural Foundation, Hebrew Uni-
veisiiy-Technion Joint Mainten-
ance Appeal and the United HIAS
Service.
United Jewi-h Appeal will re-
ceive $1,600,340 from I he CJA
campaign. The CJA supports refu-
gee resettlement and retraining
nrograms in Israel. Through the
Joint Distribution Committee, the
I'JA provides a network of health,
nil ill ul and social services for
Jews in 25 countries throughout
ihe world.
The Israel Emergency Fund will
recive S5.76 million, which is ear-
mark) :l for Immigration and ab-
sorption, health and -iM'ial services
housing, training and education of
the 70.000 immigrants who are ex-
pected in Israel this year, includ-
ing the modern-day *Exodus" of
Jews from the Soviet Union.
Nationally, the UJA is expected
to raise $480 million this year from
the American 'Jewish community
the largest philanthropic fund-
raising effort in history.
"'Our ability to provide the nee--s-
>ary sen iciK to the Jewish com-
munity especially in Hie areas'
of education and services to the
aged is dlrectlv tied in to the
success and continued growth of
our campaigns," Mr. Silberman
declared.
"There were many Unfilled
needs, and this was the crux of
our frustration. For the second
year In a row. Miami is leading
the nation in percentage of in-
crease over gift- lRt year, hut our
need* are growing faster." he
concluded.
The chairmen of the Budget,
vtudy Committee, which met for
four nichts a week over a three-
month period were l. Jerry Bloom,
Study Commil'ce on Kdu a I ion
Services: David S. Kenin, Study
Committee on Leisure Time and
Cultural Serv'res: Mrs. Norms
KipnU, Study Committee on Fam-
ily. Individual and Aged Services
and Stuart Rothrhild, Study Com-
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served as vi"e chairman of the
laid-ei Committee.
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Volume 45
United Fund Touches Lives of All
Greater Miami's United Fund campaign is designed
to touch the lives of all citizens, irrespective of race or
religion, and the Jewish community is a direct beneficiary
through four of its important agencies.
As the recent budget report of the Jewish Federation
reveals, more than a half million dollars was allocated by
United Fund this year to meet the deficits for the Jewish
Family and Children's Service, the Jewish Home for the
fined, the Jewish Vocational Service and the YM-YWHA.
Thi* is concrete evidence that the United Fund and the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation enjoy a close relationship
and that the success of both depends upon the cooperative
giving of all segments of our community.
Cooperation Gets Things Done
The kind of cooperation which gets things done is
illustrated in the announcement of the creation of a South
Beach Activities Center to serve some 6,000 elderly people
mostly Jewish living in that famed area of Miami
Beach.
The facility will be run by the YM-YWHA of Greater
Miami, funded in part by the State of Florida with federal
Social Security monies and a 25% share contributed by the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation. In addition. Mount Sinai
Medical Center will provide a professional nurse, the
senior center of Dade County will be involved with the
low-cost meals program, while educational and cultural
enrichment will come from the Dade County School Board's
John Lindsey Hopkins and the state's Florida International
University.
Long overdue, a program of this kind and the people
who worked hard to bring all the pieces together are to be
commended.
New Patterns Of Discrimination
Jewish organizations throughout the country are en-
gaged in challenging the federal government's new pro-
gram requiring "affirmative action" in hiring personnel
where federal funds are involved. They fear that requests
for information relating to the sex and racial origin of
employees would substitute ethnicity, color or sex for
competence and performance.
In the eyes of the challengers, new patterns of dis-
crimination are being created by this program in the effort
to redress past inequities and injustices, particularly
against women, blacks and Spanish-speaking citizens. Any
standard but merit, in the words of a Jewish sociologist, is
a "danger stalking the Jewish community" and under them
Jews would be reduced to second-class citizens.
It is somewhat ironic that not too many years ago
some of our Jewish defense agencies used quite similar
statistical studies to uncover discrimination against Jews
in both public and private employment. In fact, as the
chairman of the New York City Commission on Human
Rights has pointed out, Jewish organizations have at one
time demanded that government undertake surveys of
Jews in the work force and if the purpose was to uncover
discrimination against Jews then surely the same type of
survey can be used to counter discrimination against others
who face bigotry in this country.
As a local footnote, it should be reported that the
Florida Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith has won its
fight to penalize land developers who discriminate in then-
advertising and sales practices against persons because
of their religion, race or national origin. This affirmative
action by the Florida Division of Land Sales is a welcome
addition to the constant struggle for civil rights for all.
W ELUL 5732
Number 33
. -v:-y--':-""-;-'-::''r-:''-':vvr-
MATTER Of FACT
by JOSEPH ALS#
.;i*aV'-;
WASHINGTON^* The real
story of Sen. George McGov-
ern's handling of the Democrat-
ic chairmanship is doubly in-
teresting. It casts a lot of light
or. the man himself. And it
casts a lot of light on the real
character of the alleged Mr-
Govern drive to unify the Demo-
cratic Party.
THE STORY begins during
..,*-. .. Afc:<*iii&;.ifcT>fc-
Bl HH
lvrtami Roach's bleary Thorning-
after. when chairman Lawrence
O'Brien had already called the
new Democratic National Com-
mittee to order for its first
meeting. At this belated junc-
ture. Mr. O'Brien received a
hurried call from the party's
nominee, who asked him to re-
cess the committee meeting so
tiiat they could have a talk.
Obediently, Mr. O'Brien sug-
, WHOis-meuquESTOF'ettAU?
gested that the n,,i
mittee meet again in two i,,
and he went down the si
Sen. McGovern's suite feiJ
Doral Hotel. In one of th 3
ting rooms of the suite
asked to continue as na'iawl
chairman.
INITIALLY. (he
pressed for a C0-chalrnv3
"to take care of the woman
Mr. O'Brien replied that hed
not sure he wanted to comJ
in a situation of divided auth
ity. Whereupon the offer
amended by Sen. McGovern i
make it a chairmanship withi
strings attached.
Mr. O'Brien said he was
vorably inclined, but would haj
to consult Joseph Califano a*1
one or two other staff memo.
who had accompanied him ,
the Doral. Sen. McGovern si
that he, too, would have to i
suit with his own people, wj
were in the next room.
BEFORE Sen. McGovern
turned, Mr. O'Brien had decidj
to accept the offer, but in t-l
meanwhile, there had been he'
to pay next door. Sen. McGo at
ern's brilliant organizer a!rj|
campaign manager. Gary Ha-Ha
was apparently determined &**
teach his candidate that he ha-^tl
no right to take such indeperc 'I
ent steps as the offer :
O'Brien. The lesson had siuiij_J
home, too.
When Sen. McGovern rejoin? El
O'Brien, therefore, the formed; M
unqualified offer turned out Umi
The advertisements tell us it
is that time of the year again
in America the time of the
High Holy Days and the "re-
turn" to the synagogue.
Preparations for the High Holy
Days are at their usual fever
pitch at least that historic
event may be predicted without
fear of contradiction. But
whether there will be an ap-
preciable "return" to the syna-
gogue is now entering into its
t^'H vear of debate and ques-
tioning. From the view of at
least one rabbi, "synagogue mem-
bership in likely to decline in the
foreseeable future."
WRITING in the latest issue
of the quarterly publication of
the National Association of Tem-
ple Administrators, Rabbi Gil-
bert Kollin of Congregation Beth
Israel in Flint, Mich., provides
small optimism in the thought
that "While not likely to fade
away, the synagogues will no
longer rule the comimunal roost."
Rabbi Kollin, who served as
an assistant at Temple Emanu-
El on Miami Beach, speaks with
some authority when he ob-
serves that the trend from
homes to apartments after the
children grow up, and toward
early retirement, makes likely
a slippage at the upper end of
the age spectrum. Not only be-
cause of lack of interest but, as
it is becoming more and more
prevalent, religious services are
being offered right on the prem-
ises of a number of massive
building complexes for an ever-
growing number of aged High
Holy Days Jews.
AT THE opposite end of the
age scale, he writes, youn^
adults tend to marry later and
delay the start of families; be-
sides, they have fewer children.
And, in the middle, he glumly
forecasts, the rising popularity
of Jewish day schools tends to
act as surrogate synagogues for
many. Paying high fees for tui-
tion, the article states, many
parents of day school children
opt for lower-cost minyan type
synagogues or limit their par-
ticipation to minimum dues.
I found Rabbi Kollin's essay
of more than passing interest
because it brought into sharp
focus a problem that local syna-
gogues are going to have to
face up to soon if we agree with
him (and it is difficult not to)
that "synagogues are about at
their fiscal limits." (since they
are, in the main, no longer capa-
ble of generating excess funds
fcr their communal needs) and
that "the only available funds
for such budgets is the federated
fund drive. The future outlines
of communal life are being
drawn in federation budget
meetings, not in synagogue
board rooms."
AS HE points out, it was not
too long ago that the budget
of a large synagogue in a com-
munity was greater than the
federation budget but that no
longer holds true. In fact, most
federations today collect and
spend more money than the
combined budgets of all the syna-
gogues in a community. With
Israel and Soviet Jewry looming
large in the minds of an ever-
ir creasing secular community,
there is the loss of funds and of
young leadership which confronts
the synagogue.
Besides the life-style of the
younger members, which Rat
Kollin sees as undercutting on*
deeply-felt institutional loyalties
there is another significat"
change which few synagogue!
have anticipated. That is tha"
the self-employed "big-givers
with significant capital assets
and a need for tax-deductible
donations are moving aside for
the rising gencrat ion of salaried
professionals. While they car-
he believes, maintain a fairl.r
high level of dues payments, they
are a poor source of the dis-
posable income needed for mak-
ing up the deficit- which a."-
now a common problem and re-
quire more than substantial dua
contributions to overcome.
THERE 19 much more tha'.
was stated in this a> tide by a
perceptive young rabbi whirt
was primarily addressed to rab-
bis and administrators and k
will forgive me. I hone, if
amend his closinc though
somewhat to read:
"Let us now consider the in
plications of what is taking p*>
in our synagogues, hiuh rises an.
federation building, and see ha'
collective steps we can take V
guide the destinies of the Jjw'
ish community in our dty. and now I quote him direct^
"The ultimate test of the Jew**
community lies less In its efl
ency than in its ability to art*
ulate purposes and give conte-
to Jewish identity. If P?'.
breaks out in the M'oVDeM*
if Soviet Jewry obtains freed*
of emigration and interns.
ganization. if the ethnia conn*
in America cools down
then will be raBving :*,in,s
Jewish endeavor?"
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August 18. 1972
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MARKING ISRAIL'S 25th AHNIVIKAKY
rs. Dayan To Come Here
or Israel Tourism Sept. 6
Ruth Dayan, former wife
ael Defense Minister Moshe
, will be the guest speaker
A highlight of the program at
the Fontainebleau will be the pres-
entation of certificates specially
printed in Israel for the occasion.
They will honor all South Floridi-
ans who have visited the Jewish
state since the Six-Day War of
June, 1967.
Moo Levin, chairman of the
board, and Samuel Feinstein, pres-
ident of the Israel Histadrut Coun-
cil of South Florida noted that only
those persons who register in ad-
vance at the Histadrut offices can
be presented the government cer-
tificates.
Ekhanan Segal, regional man-
ager for El Al, with headquarters
in Miami Beach, said details of a
new "Florida Salutes Israel" pro-
gram also will be announced at
the event. Eastern Airlines is a
co-sponsor.
Dr. Leon Kronish. national board
chairman of the Israel Histadrut
Foundation, said all other orga-
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opening of the year-long celebra-
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Friday. August 18 13tJ
SOUTHERN REGION, WORKMEN'S CIRCLE
53rd Annual Conference
Set Labor Day Weekend
The KM annual conference of
the Southern Region of The Work-
men's Circle "ill be held Labor
Stcvo Clark, mayor of Metropoli-
tan Dade County; Arthur S. Rrxi-
chan, executive vi-e president.
Greater Miami Jewish Federation:
Harold Ostroff. national president.
Th" Workmen's Circle: Emanuel
Muravchik, national executive di-
rector. Jewish Lalwr Committee,
and many others of local and na-
tional organizations.
At the Saturday afternoon sea-
sion. Mr. Ostroff and Mr. Murav-
"hik will conduct a symposium,
ivith Stephen J. Remsen. executive
chairman, Greater Miami Jewish
Labor Committee, as moderator.
The Sunday morning and after-1
noon sessions will be taken tipl
with committees, reports of re-
gional secretary and treasurer and:
also of the branches.
On Monday, the last day of the,
conference, the final session will
bo at 10 a.m. with reports from:
the committees and election of,
officers for the Southern Region
Committee.
Harold Bauman of Atlanta. Ga..
will be 'he master ot ceremonies |
at the banquet. Harry S:huldiner
of Miami Beach is chairman of the
Arrangements Committee. Officers
of the Southern Region Commit-
tee include Irving Gordon, chair-
man; Max Gleiberman. secretary'-1
and Ely Lihin, treasurer.
MAX GLllbtRMAH
Pay Weekend, Sept. 1-4. at the
Algiers H tel. Max Gleiberman
secretary of the Southern Region
Committee, ha- annou" ed. Reiis-
i lion of delegates 111 begin Fri-
day afternoon and continue Sat-
urday morning.
Much entertainment and pleas->
tires have been arranged for dele-
pates and guests during the con-
11 enee weekend, ineltiiins a eock-
tai! party Friday at 9:30 p.m.. a
Saturday evening "Nlte Club Nite" i
the annual banquet with the!
Initial presentation of the Citizen1
( the Year Award Saturday e e-
nine All luring the weekenl beach
parties "ill be held at poolside.
Thi '"; oi "-i:v; of the eon-
: -Si- day at 10 a m. with
led by the Hon.
Dr. Irving Weingart To Be
Beth David's Interim Rabbi
Rabbi So] Landau, splr
leader of Beth David Congi
tion. will leave on a sabbatical
itual
rega-
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next month, it has lx>en an-
nounced, and Dr. Irving A. Wein-
gart of Dcs Moines, Iowa, has
been named to serve as interim
rabbi in his absence.
Dr. Weingart, who just com-
pleted his 27th year of service as
spiritual leader of Tifereth Israel
Synagogue in Des Moines, is a na-
tive of Chicago. III., and earned
his Ph.D. degree at the Univer-
sity of Chicago. He was ordained
at the Hebrew Theological College
in Chicago, and holds a Master of
Arts degree from Drake Univer-
sity, a Doctor of Philosophy de-
gree from the Indiana School of
Religion, and a Certificate of Pro-
ficiency in Pastoral Counseling
from Des Moines College of Os-
toopathic Medicine and Surgery. '
Dr. Weingart has served as in-
structor in Drake University's So-
cial Science Department and as
president of the Iowa Board of
Rabbis. He has also been a mem-
ber of the board of trustees at the
Iowa State University's School oi
Religion, served as chaplain at the
VA Hospital in Knoxville, Iowa.
and been a panel member on the
weekly radio show "Religion
Speaks" for seven years.
Rabbi Weingart and his wife.
Hilda, are the parents of Rabbi
Samuel Weingart. who serves a
congregation in Champaign, 111.
Dick Pettigrew
To Speak At The Hon. Richard A. Pettigrew. I
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Rep. Pettigrew's remarks will
have bearing on each citizen's role
in today's politics. The title of his
address is "It's Your Neck in the
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The program which begins at 2
p.m.. is open to the general pub-
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of the afternoon. Rep. Pettigrew
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from the audience.
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Soviet Jews Striving
For New Yiddishkeit
t oiitimn-,1 rrom I*as- 1-A
ity for them to do so." RabW
TeitZ asserted.
Rabbi Teitz, who visited Mos-
cow. Ixminerad and Kiev dur-
ing his most recent trip, said
that the shift of Soviet indus-
trv 'oti q !x-dav to a five-day
working week ha* greatly in-
creased observance of Sabbath
and synagogue attendance.
"There Is tremendous thirst
and de=i"c for Yiddishkeit."
Rabbi Teitz said. "The new
rabbi and chairman of the M ><-
cow svna?ogue have b^en well
received. The former rabbi in
Odessa has been for d to re-
sign becausi <>( the genera] foal-
ing that he was a government
agent," he continued.
Rabbi T-^it/ is continuing to
send articles of Jewish signifi-
cance to Russian Jewry, includ-
ing esroeim. lulavim and hadas-
sim needed to observe Succot.
He has been granted certain
privileges by the Soviet govern-
ment because of his as~:stan"e
to the late Rabbi Yehuda Loib
Levin when the Russian spirit-
ual leader visited the United
Stati i.
Rabbi Teitz. who participated
in the installation of Rabbi
Ja'ob irishman as chief rabbi of
Moscow last month, said the
new rabbi was -eleeted in no
small measure because of his
role i" greeting President Nixon
during th American leader's
visit to the Soviet capital.
Rabbi Taltz is a former menf
bar of the praesidium ii |
A'-Midath Rahbriim. (hi "
. Orthodox Rabbis ol the I nitod
Slates and Canada. 1!. |
ited the U.S.S.R. s, *
sine 1%5.
Monday, Saturday Mataetsi
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Flagler Kennel Club will hoi I m i
in< "S Monday and S, ; v uJ
the first post at 1 p.rri And a.'
the past, there will he u
nightly, except Sundi r
at 7:45 p.m.
Flagler now mow into i
fourth of its major stakes events
the Tom Benner M
ginning Friday night
M< morial will be nil over \\
popular Super Marathon
Greyhounds entering i .. t
k-vi nt will battle for a
Sept. 1 finals and a a
purse of Sin.oco.
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ed by the Headquarters of i
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*Jenisti Fkricffar,
Page 7-A
letters to the editor
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)R, Tlw Jewish FlorWIan: ,
an ef t\>: t to get Florida Jews
upport Sen. M c G v e r n ,!
i.rd H. Rosichan in the letter-
Lshed in your Aug. 4 issue goes
it-at length to prove that the :
looratic candidate has ex*
IsecJ strong verbal supixjrt of
lei.
|i.s is true. The sanv can be
about every major party
Udential candidate over the1
|t 20 year.-.
7n!ike hi-, intellectually more
Jfeinguishe: predecessors, how-.
Mr. the "H-i ; Lands revolution-
pj" has hedged this support with
absurd qualifications as sell- ]
Israel Phantom jets on the
tion that the Israelis refrain (
|n Qylng them over Arab terri-1
Is McGovern's great admirer.!
Abraham Rlbkoff, put it. he,
I "a lot to learn about Israel.",
.'ht add that he is not a rapid [
ner.
ere are two basic reasons why ;
leans concerned with the!
Wval of Israel should vote I
jnst McGo\-ern. First, his pro-1
a I to cut $".0 billions or so from |
defense budget, to slash wea- I
pons research and development by
about a half and to emasculate
the Navy modernization program
would condemn the United States
to a position of decisive military
inferiority vis-a-vis the Soviet
Union.
The Israelis have learned from
bitter experience that pious ex-
pressions of verbal support by
vote-hungry politicians are worth-
less unless backed by military
power. The McGovern plan to
scrap 10 of our 16 carriers and to
retard or destroy the Nixon pro-
gram of fleet modernization would
make the Soviet Union master of
the eastern Mediterranean and
place Israel in great jeopardy.
The second reason to reject Mc-
Govern is that, over the past 20
years, he has consistently urged
the United States to abandon her
anti-Communist allies and com-
mitments and has with almost
equal consistency served as an
apologist for Soviet ambitions.
Since the U.S.S.R. is Israel's !
thief antagonist, the implications!
are self-evident. As the most left-
wing and pro-Soviet candidate in |
the postwar history of the Demo-
cratic Party. McGovern has receiv-
ed support from such inveterate
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enemies of the state of Israel and
the Jewish iieoule as Kldridge
Cleaver, the Black Panther lead-
er currently resident in Algeria.
Sen. McGovern has received
support from convicted agitator
Jerry Rubin, convicted lawyer !
William Kunstler, LSD guru Ti-
mothy Leary, former Soviet spy 1
Alger Hiss and the notorious An-
gela Davis.
Mr. Rosichan pretends that this
is no different from the support
which the President allegedly
draws from "Minute Men.*' The \
difference Ls that the latter Ls Mr.
Rosichan'S invention and that, if
he received endorsement from
these disreputable and crim-
inal elements, the President would
undoubtedly repudiate it.
Sen. McGovern. by contrast, has
carefully avoided repudiation of
the narcotics enthusiasts, Vietconp
flagwavers, advocates of "trea-
son" and haters of Israel. He has
also placed at least one dubious
element, his non-primary states
campaign director. Richard
Stearns, in a key position. Mr.
Stearns, according to Joseph Al-
sop. signed "oily, anti-Israel ap-
peals" during the Six-Day War.
In my book McGovern, the
Candidate, I give considerably
more evidence to support the hy-
pothesis that Sen. McGovern
would mean the kiss of death for
Israel and. quite possibly, for the
United States as well.
NATHANIEL wkvi.
The Young Men's and Young
Women's Hebrew Association of
dealer Miami (YM & YWHA) Ls
hosting the First Annual Southern
Region Swim Meet of the National
Jewish Welfare Board this week.
The competition brought teams
from the Chattanooga and Tampa
Jewish Community Centers to the
local "Y."
Scheduled to end \.ith finals in
all events Thursday, the meet in
the "Y's" pool at 8503 SW 8th St..
which launched the region!
championship program brougt
more than 110 swimmers togetheJ
There was no diving competition.!
A All (Amateur Athletic Union!
rules will govern the meet an^
medals and ribbons will \
awarded to those swimmers whl
place.
-The YM & YWHA fs prmidir
all housing and food for the visit
ing team members. As we I
swimming, the guests will havj
time for some sightseeing.
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I ll 1 ill.-. The Jewish Floridian:
Having read Mr, Rivkin's letter
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thinking is based on a totally false
premise, one that must be cor-
rected.
He raises various questions
which show that he has not grasp-
ed the whole meaning of the
"Mlhu Yeudi" crisis. His reasoning
seems to say that just as we may
overlook the pain suffered when a
finger is cut, so we should over-
look symptoms of a major heart
attack.
However, the difference is
simple. If the heart is strong and
a person lives, then the finger can
also be cured, whereas if the heart
is not functioning, then all is lost.
So, too, with the Jew. As long
as he is a Jew, there is hope, as
our sages say; "A Jew, even if he
sins, remains a Jew". However,
when one is born of a non-Jewish
mother, and is not properly con-
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thus the very essence is missing.
It is one thing to sin in private;
it is quite another thing to give
legal and public sanction to the
commission of sin. By attempting
to change the definition of a Jew.
the State of Israel is attempting
to legalize that which is illegal.
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Friday. August 13, 13
W ilkes-Barre Jewish Community
To Receive Financial Assistance
Beth Am Gets \ew Principal]
Chairman of School Board
v re B '-'--'-
Barrf- Pa the
Jev. m of .
Max M. Hester M of the
H an-
nced.
worked it 11
the Jewish .
jsh Comr ttl er I the rJF and
by the Ej
( I the CJF.
roval and the speed
v. r..':r. it a^ given Mr. Fisher
(aid of the -. of the
: the
I u bit f the
ir mitiei itri ken y the a unit-
[MS last June. The CJF inv
mmunity
Federation! e and trans-
. it their
D'
r>- i lei ationt to act
The CJF has b*-<-n 00 naUr .
nations to Will -
- .'... ai -* irm-
..-.. in Pennsyi-
\ and New Y
i projected to meet the Jev.
conu ';' needs v er a tv. ,
year period individual ne
i ntinuation of Jeu.sh comrr.'jnal
toratkm of the Jewish
institutions an>l initial interest
; ments for business loans.
The minimum total required I
meet these needs amounts to
$2,396,396. Oi this the Wilkes-
Bam Jev inity itself --
ing to provide $295,000.
Tne a: the direct experience of the CJF
,.' experts James Young.
CJF lirector of Small Cities
Services, Herbert Katzski of the
Joint Distribution Committee.
Max P<-arlman of the Chicago
Jewish Federation and Mrs. Mo4-
lie Spec-tor of the Philadelphia
Jewish Family Service who
have been working with the Jew-
ish community to define the aid
needed on both a short and long
term basis.
More than 200 families have
been given immediate counselling
and special financial aid, and the
Jewish federation's business and
industry committee made loans
totalling almost $500,000 in the
first seven days of its work. Case-
workers have been supplied by
Jew ish agencies in Philadelphia.
New York. Essex County. N.J..
Pittsburgh and Baltimore.
The full extent of the damage to
the Wilkes-Barre Jewish commun-
ity presents a tragic picture of de-
vastation. Mr. Fisher reported
following his visit to the com-
munity with Philip Bernstein. CJF
executive vice president. Of the
Community's 1,600 Jewish fam-
ilies. 1,300 were evacuated. Less
than 100 have since returned to
their homes. Most of the 800 Jew-
ish businesses were either dam-
aged or destroyed, including the
offices of Jewish professional men
and women.
"Nothing can describe the
damage th.-it we saw there. It's
the worst disaster in America's
history. And the worst destruction
was in the Jewish business and
residential areas," Mr. Fisher said
"We saw houses swept off their
foundations and crushed. People
have mortgages on homes that
don't exist. The furnishings of
many are a total loss just heaps
of debris. The machinery of fac-
tories is caked with mud rusted
or smashed as are the build-
ings.
"The synagogues, schools, and
community center suffered the
same way and must be repaired
and rebuilt.
then
1 coma ^t be
The Jewish c- of
to do
ti u
trees to he!:
and recor
-. Federa-. 1 with
:' the CJF team r.as re-
iti pent na an-: h
edal emergency comir
i-?sistance. business
--.- I indusl y rod -.-- 1 n nal and
-.a. requirements, ai!
. -. are no-*- :r operation.
I
r. and projecte I is to
~-.'. needs not mat by "he
-- I lad .L'.-"Sa ami
other agencies, and in no sense to
subst:t them, Mr. I
Tne CJF is 1 ion of
F-
mit; C .-- "
It.-. |sh ies in the
United S'a: :-.." =. :
these con ......
maxunum the LJA
and other overseas agencies, as
ijor national an I
cal services in
planning and operating
welfare. cultural educational.
uns benefltting il residents
E>r. Ronald T has been
naroed chairman of Temple Beth!
Ami school board, succeeding Dr.
I
Dr. Tikofsky. chairman of the
Dcpart.Ttent of RapataotaCf and di-1
[ S ^:ial
Sciei t Florida
"
Greater
y.ia- Fed
.- A. E
.'.'. ner.
tall has n
principal I the weekend -
t -. as a consultant
BaiT) Altaian, recently
r.am : issistant rabbi of the So
ill serve as
-
Other cba
Tikofsky include tr
of Dorothy Herman
1 I
tent be i :
ier as ninth
Sheiiin Maneki
a- ai tor of the
high si
?ipai of th H-
Jean G.;:is is relig
iry.
Dr. Herbert Baurr.rar:
.-:- Beth Am, will v
s y with the 1
e. Dr. Tikofi
"
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Rogers Addresses GOP Platform Committ
NEW YORK. N.Y. McGovern has been badly damaged by
the whole incredible io-day crisis of giving up his running mate
and searching for a new one, and Nixon baa profited from it.
The que.-tion constantly put everywhere is: Does McGovern still
have a chance, or does Nixon have it sewed up?
My own reading is that McGovom won't have much chance
urJeaa Nixon turns defeat into victory for him. But also Mc-
Govem won't have much chance unless he has extracted and
understood the inner meaning of what he ami the nation have
been through.
We speak of the large element ol accident in what happened,
and most!) it is true, hut there is a sense in which fate also
played a ro!o. It is accident or chance (Machiavelll called it
fortunat when something happens to a public figure wholly be-
yond his control or conjecture. It is late when it happens to the
kind of man who. by his character, is vulnerable to such accidents.
This was clearly true of Sen. Tom Ka;leton. who how-
Tver gallantly he later played out his drama wan at the start
SO eager for the vice presidency that he skipped telling about an
episode which was to shake America. But in a very different
sense it was true of McGovern as well.
An accident like the Eaglcton story might have happened
to any presidential nominee, given the haste with which choices
of a running mate are made at conventions. But one must agree
with James Naughton's analysis, that McGovern's fumbling of
the Eagleton crisis once it broke was due to his fear of
hurting anyone and his fear of confronting anyone. If this is
true, then the calendar of miseries over the \ice presidency
stemmed not from accident but from M- Governs own character.
to 'to to
MtGOVBRN'9 ANALYSIS OF WHAT went wrong "to8 that
hr hadn't been deliberate enough. So he became deliberate and
thorough. He went, the rounds a second time -offering the Job
to Sen. Edward Kennedy of Massachusetts, Gov. Reubin Askew
of Florida. Sin. Abraham Ribicoff of Connecticut. Sen. Hubert
II. Humphrey of Minnesota and Mayor Kevin White of Boston.
i lien tried Sen. Gay lord Nelson of Wisconsin, then offered it to
Sen. Ed Muskie Of Maine and waited while Muskie took his time
n fusing publicly, and finally found another candidate not very
Close to his heart but as eager as Eaglcton Sargent Shriver.
Whether by the new- math or the old, the new politics or
the old. this adds up to 1". offers to nine men before the final
team was shaped. Although the vice presidency has consider-
ably grown in importance, one must conclude that never in its
history has so much seemed tempting to so few.
This is bound to be damaging 1o McGovern, showing as it
does how low his prestige has dropped within his own party.
Th pit" wasn't high enough to smooth ruffled feelings or
tempi ambitions.
The McGovern supporters have one consoling thought: He
is now back wl^re he was at the start, when he had to make a
single-purposed fight against overwhelming odds-and did it.
Luckily, his current debacle comes early in the campaign, giving
him time to start again the upward climb which excites Ameri-
cans and feeds on its own gains.
The difference is that in the primaries' climb McGovern
could make his appeal as a fighting Populist, while now he must
play the role of a party unifier and apneascr. invoking memories
not of William J. Bryan or 'Fighting Bob" l.aFolleHe but of
Harry Truman, who was not a rebel but a party regular il he
was anything.
to "fir "to
HIS ONLY VISIBLE HOPE is to get some help from Nixon.
Here I return to my theme of character and fate in both men.
For in politics, as elsewhere, character is fate. Each leader's fate
is contained in his character. If McGovern suffers from being
weak and indecisive unable to hurt anyone, unable to con-
front anyoneNixon suffers from being too confident, obsessed
with his role in history, convinced that he Is destined to make
the hard decisions in a hard way. and thus always tempted to
push beyond the safe and allowable boundaries. If McGovern's
problem is a kind of flabbiness. NLxon's might prove to be arro-
gance or hubris.
' We watched McGovern more intensely in the past months,
but Nixon for 20 years, ever since his first vice presidential cam-
paign in 1952. There is little we haven't had a chance to find
out'shout him, at worst and best, but he still remains elusive.
Our whole political system subjects a man to punishing tests, in
the campaigns and the presidency itself. The test is behavior
under fire, in the cruel campaign of history.
NLxon's great remaining test will be the handling of the
war and the peace. He will be under pressure to bomb or flood
Hanoi into negotiating, and in Paris itself he will be under pres-
sure to get some kind or settlement before November, however
dubious its terms.
He may, of course given his lead over McGovern decide
to ride out the war and peace. But this, too, will be risky. He
may decide to do little and let McGovern defeat himself. Or he
may be tempted to make victory doubly certain by taking bold
actions which may backfire. It remains to be seen whether he
will survive the problem of the dikes in North Vietnam as he
survived the mining of the harbor and the bombing of supplies.
In brief, if McGovern is to win, it will not be through the
fate in his own character, but in Nixon's.
Continued from Page 1-A
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shift and its recognition oi Jcru-
salcm as Israel's capital.
The America.) Jewish Commit- ;
tee will not testify before the !
platform committee. It has ex-
pressed its views in a letter to
Re p. Rhodes. Jerry Goodman,
executive director of the Na-
tional Conference on Soviet
Jewry, offered testimony for a
GOP plank calling for relief for
Soviet Jewry, proposing action
on the problem for the Republi-
can Administration, the plat-
form committee told the JTA.
Jerome Cohen, Jewish War
Veteran commander who was
the first Jewish organisational
witnos, annealed for Improved
housing lot the elderly and fa-
cilities for siek and aging vet-
erans. Airs. PhlUp Bloom of the
National Council "I Jewish
Women discussed equal right*
for women.
Smith Campaign Coordinator
Harvey Ruvin, a candidate for
Metro Commissioner District 5,
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Harry B. Smith as Miami Beach
campaign coordinator. Mr. Smith.
a vice president of the Greater Mi-
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as chairman of the Miami Beach
Charter Review Board, president
of Miami Beach Bar Association
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*Jewisti flcricfiaun
Page 13
Freedom Lodge Recipient
Of Gold Menorah Award
B'nai B'rith Freedom lodge of
Miami Beach was the recipient of
T>.e Gold Menorah Award at the
District 5 convention recently in
I Washington, D.C.
The awa^djv^s.BfipeQjed J# 4QH-,
Iresentatives of the lodge by
iTimmy Bacr, Century Club presi-
dent of the district. It was rec-
|ognized as the outstanding B'nai
i'rith lodge in the country, for its
participation in the Century and
|Presidents' Clubs of the B'nai
I'rith. The clubs represent com- I
v.itments by men who have
pledged their continuing support
if the Youth Services programs of
J'nai B'rith.
The Youth Services of B'nai
i'rith include the Hillcl groups in
>ver 275 campuses in the United
ISiates, the B'nai B'rith Youth Or-
Iganizations for boys and girls in
jtneir teens, which numbers close
It > 40,000 members, and the Career
Counselling Service which main-
It v.ns offices in 20 major cities
with an "outreach" program that
reaches many other communities.
In order to meet the national
budget of some $8'- million for
these activities, B'nai B'rith mem-
bership has pledged itself to in-
creased individual participation^
through the Century Club. In
South Florida alone there are 34
groups of teenagers numbering
715 members which represents a
substantial increase in the past 6
months.
In presenting the award, Mr.
Baer said "it is the dedicated [mjo-
ple such as the members of the
Freedom lodge who truly are con-
cerned about preserving the Jew-
ish heritage all over the world." ,
Congratulating Herman Nudel- '
man, president of the lodge, and ,
Murray Shaw, chairman of the!
Century and Presidents' clubs, he
called on them for even greater
efforts for the forthcoming year.
Attending the presentation were !
other members of the Freedom'
lodge, including Bernie Austine,
Kllison Kosoff, and John Diamond.
Representatives of Freedom Lodge, B'nai
B'rith, are shown as they accepted the Gold
Menorah Award at the recent District 5 con-
vention in Washington, D.C. From left to
right are Bernie Austine, Herman Nudfi
man. Century Club president Tommy Bae
who made the presentation, Murray Ehai
Ellison Koscff and John Diamond.
Beth Torah Hebrew School
Chosen For Pilot Program
The United Synagogue Commis-
sion on Jewish Education recently
nformed Rabbi Norman Mussman,
ducat ional director of Beth Torah
Congregation, that the synagogue's
lebrew School has been selected
i serve as an experimental school
the new Parent Education Pro-
tram. Beth Torah Hebrew School
hus became the only religious
^hool in the south to participate
this pilot project.
In the Parent Education Pro-
tram, both the child and parents
kttend classes with parallel con-
lent. The second level of the He-
brew School will embark on this
brogram in a classroom specifically
aligned and equipped to meet the
k.'eds of an informal, non-struc-
Jurod atmosphere.
Student selection for this edu-
itional experierre is based on
pa:-ental commitment to attend
ekly study sessions of a corre-
ftt.-d course of study. "Parental
jivolvoment in the Jewish school
essential to insure success with
fir students," explained Rabbi
flussman. "To support the school's
fforts, parents must appreciate
he goals of the school program
nd be able to complement and re-
,11 force the school's efforts with
Jitelligent and knowledgeable fol-
pw-up at home. Most important,
shared universe of discourse is
(sontial."
Rabbi Mussman says that when
child sees that his parents are
haring similar learning experi-
Jnces, he values these studies so
luch more. The parent, in turn,
equires together with his child
Ihe various skills of understanding,
eading and writing the Hebrew
language, participating in syna-
gogue worship, relevance of prin-
ciples, drawn from the Bible to
Contemporary issues and the study
ftf the Jewish holidays, beliefs and
practices. In addition, parents will
peal with "how to be a Jewish
ent." This element will touch
fcpon Jewish traditional views on
child-rearing, discdpline, love and
respect, and other important areas
of parental influence.
Mrs. Marshall Baltuch, who will
be the instructor for the "PEP"
program for both the children and
the parents, received a BE. de-
gree from Queens College in New
York and attended the Teacher's
Institute of the Jewish Theological
Seminary. She has also attended
training sessions for "PEP' teach-
ers held under the direction of
Dr. Morton Siegel, director, United
Synagogue of America Depart-
ment of Education.
1972 Judicial Pol!
Is Being Conducted
Tabulation Of the Judicial Poll
Ballot of the Dade County Bar As-
sociation which was delivered to
the 3.575 members of The Florida
Bar in Dade County on Monday,
will be made by an indei>endent
computer service. Results will lie
released by Robert A. White,
president, on Monday, Aug. 28.
The Poll, established in 1958, is
for the purpose ot advising the
public of the fitness of candidates
for judicial office and is conducted
annually rather than just during
election years.
All candidates, whether opposed
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not expired, of the Supreme Court
of Florida, the Third District !
Court of Appeal, Circuit Court,
and the County Court as estab-
lished under the new Article V of
the Florida Constitution, and the
Industrial Claims Court, will be
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on the ballot: (1> Qualified (2)
Unqualified and (3) Insufficient
Knowledge to express an opinion.
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LE6AL NOTKE
In the circuit court of the
[eleventh judicial circuit.
in and for
dade county, florida
civil action no. 72-16287
notice of suit
JJTIIBR BIUSNNBR ct tils.,
[plaintiffs
BOROE S. MALCOLM. .1. ill!..,
1-fcndants
5: OEOH'lE s. jni.i'OUl and
jtn.iA si at.col*,.' iiiv -tfu' "
Sucursnl Rep. Dominican*
ILA. Sanchez No. 22 Ens. Naco
Santo Domingo, D.N.
[YoU ar*i hereby notified that uu
rtion to foreclose a mortgage 041 the
?lb-wing property In Dude County,
i.rtda:
[The. Southeast li of the Southwest
In, of the Northwest y,. lcs 35
(feet for retail, of Section XI, I'owu-
Iship 60 South, Range 39 Bast, ly-
} ing and being in l)atle County,
I Florida:
be.cn filed against you and you
runilred to serve a copy of your
ritten defenses, if any, to it on
i'ARIIN 1JSMLICH. attorney for
liiiiiflffs. whose address is !)M1 BIs-
iy ne Boulevard, .Miami. Florida 33137,
nd file the original with the i lerk
the above styled Court on or he-
Ire September 22, 1072; othenvise a
Idgment may be entered against you
\r the relief demanded in the com
Taint or petition.
fWitness my hand and the seal of
kid eourt on August 11, 1978.
K. II. LHATHERMAN
as Clerk of said Court
By C. P. COPELAND
as Deputy Clerk
ncuit Court Seal)
8/18-25 9/1-8
LEGAL NOTKE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice is HEREBY GIVEN (hat
the. undersigned, desiring to enlace in
business under the fictitious name of
THE STEAK ANI> ONION at 171X4
West Dixie, Highway. North .Miami
Beaeh, Fig. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dad.- County. Florida.
MARY JANE COBH
8/18-2.". 9,1-8
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 71-4388
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
DIE DELIA WALKER
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or D.niamls Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of Ll'E DELIA WALKER
dec. ased late of Dado County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dadc County,
and file the same In duplicate ami as
provided in Section 733.K1. Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here- |
LEGAL NOTKE
LEGAL NOTKE
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CIVIL ACTION
NO. 72 16442
NOTICE
. RE: The Adoption of
(WHENCE LESLIE BEHNKBK,
minor.
PATRICK W. BBHNKEN
Kesidenco and AddresH
. Unknown
rtlU AKE NOTIFIED that the Pe-
[oner. GEORGE H. STACKS, has
td u petition in the above styled
jirt for the adoptiuM of the minor
piit named in the petition, and you
! required to file written defenses
that Court by the 22nd day of
plcmber, 1972, and show cause why
f petition should not be granted;
lerwilw a judgment for default may
entered against you granting the
Mtion.
I\ 11 .MOSS my hand a'nd the seal
[the Court on August 11. 1972 at Mi-
ll, Dadc County, Florida.
E. It. LEA THERM AN,
as Clerk of said Court
By L. S. Del'IETHO
as Deputy Clerk
hrcuit Court Seal)
[ROBERT CARLISLE
imj iur lue 1'eiilioiier
Alhambra Circle
ral Cables. Florida 33139
icphonc: 443-094S
S/1S-2.'. 9 1-S
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1444 (Dowling)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
RB: Estate of
PK MESSER
ceased.
I .mi Creditor* ami All Persons Hav-
Claims or Demands Against Said
|a I :
DU are hereby notified and re-
|r.-i to present any claims and de-
da whi.li you may have again.-t
..-late of JACK MESSER de-
ii late ..t Hade County, Florida,
Itlie County Judges of Dade Coun-
land file the same in duplicate and
hirovided In Section 733.16, Florida
Jtutes, in their offices in the Cnun-
|i nurlhouae in Dad.- County, Flor-
tvithill six calendar months from
i in.- of the first publication here-
br the sain.- will be burred.
luted ai .Miami. Florida, this In
i>f August. A.D. 1972.
JOHN Sow LEY
As Administrator
fir.-i publication of this notice on
the 18 day of August. 1972.
BAKBR.MAN SHAPIRO
Vttorney for Administrator
507 S B. Airlines Building
.Miami. Florida
8 18-2.1 9 I -8
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
nirii'i-: IS HEREBY GIVEN that
g^p undersigned, desiring to engage in
Incss under the fictitious name of
EfBS JEWELRY at 77" IV. 28th
It, Hlaleah, Fla. 33012 PI....... 885-
Intenda to register said name
tin- Clerk of the Circuit Court of
i '..unty. Florida.
JORGB VIVO
8/4-71-18-25
of. or the same will be barred.
Dated It .Miami. Florida, this 10
day of August. A.D. 1972.
Clara Mae Cuinmlnga
Ah Administratrix
First publication of this notlc.....I
the 18 day of August, 1972.
Sanford II. Kramer
Aitnrnev for Administratrix
1150 N.W. 14th Street
Miami, Florida 33136
8/18-55 9/1-8
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ill. undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MORAY8 JEWELERS at Ml N.E.
2nd Avenue, Miami, Fla. Intend to
register said name with tin- Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
SALLY SCHECHTER
kit HARD SCHECHTER
8/18-55 9/1-8
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the Undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
DOCTORS HOUSE CALLS. INC. at
r,S2.". Sunset Drive. South Miami, Fla.
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
DOCTORS SERVICES, INC.
li Florida corporation
Weiner & Wuiseufchl I'.A.
M-121 Roney Plaza
2373 Collins Avenue
.Miami Reach. Fla.
8,18-25 9/1-8
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage ill
business under the fictitious name Of
ROCLA FIBERGLASS PRODUCTS at
7704 N.W. 76th Av.nue. Medley, Fla.
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
JOSE RAM'iN RODRIOI KZ
JOSE ROMERO ADAMS
RAIL CI.AVIJO
8, 18-25 t 1-8
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
?TICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
Uiidersigiied, desiring to engage in
In- under tin- fictitious name of
(MADAME REALTY SALON at
|N.,W. 119th Street, .Miami. Flor-
le 888*2887 intends to register
titanic with the Clerk of the Or-
I Court of Dade County. Florida
MARIA C. CARDONNE
4/4-11-18-25
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. 72-16561
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
CHARLES T. BOGDEN,
Petitioner,
and
JOSEPHINE >'' 'CHEN.
Respondent.
TO: JOSEPHINE BOGDEN
4 Erivln Place
Cnhlwcll. New Jersey.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution ..f Mar-
riage has b.-.-i! filed against you and
are required In serve it copy "i
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-16383
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RB: THE MARRIAOE OF,
MARIA DB l.os ANGELES
l.oi'KZ MIRANDA.
Wife,
and
REINALDO MIRANDA,
Husband.
TO: REINALDO MIRANDA
Santa Monica
I'aso Real d- San Diego
Plnnr del Rio. Cuba
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to It on
FRIEDMAN AND LIPCON, attorney
for Petitioner, whose address is 8737
S.W. 8 St.. Suite 109, Miami. Florida
33134 (446-8-183). and file the original
with the clerk of the above styled
court on or before September 2, 1972:
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded in
the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH PljORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said Court at Miami. Florida on this
10 day of Aug., 1972
E. It. LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By C. M. REARSE
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
FRIEDMAN AND LIPCON
3737 S.W. 8 St., Suite 109
Miami. Florida 33134
Telephone: w, ',':.
Attorney for Petitioner
MARVIN ROSS FRIEDMAN
8/18-25 9/1-8
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. 72-16641
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
LOUIS R. HELLER
and
ALICE RELLER
TO:: Alice Belter, c 0 Safe, Rehobi.ih
Avenue, Rchnboth Reach, Delaware
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
vnu are required to servo a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it
On Louis R Heller, attorney in per-
sonaum, attorney f..r Petitioner,
whose address is 42" Lincoln Road,
Suite 238. Miami Reach, and file the
original with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before September
211. 1972; otherwise a default will be
entered against you f..r the relief dl -
manded in the complaint or petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
aid court at Miami, Florida, on this
14 day of August. 1972.
E. li. LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
By L. SNEBDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Louie R. Hell.-r
42" Lincoln Road
Miami Reach. Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
in pei-sonaun,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of P. and F. Company at His.', East
2Xth Street. Ilialeah. Florida 33018
int. nils to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
SION t'K THF. DoVE. IXC.
Paul Dubin. President
ins:. East 28th Street.
Ilialeah. Florida 33U13 ""
KURT WHLLISCH
1J7 Almerla Ave.
Coral Gables, Flu, 33134
Attorney for Sign of the Dove. Inc.
8/11-18-25 9/1
>u
to it
on
iur written defenses, if any,
TALIANOFF BADBR, attor-
neys for Petitioner, whose address Is
420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, rlor-
,,l | ; :i:-,'i and file the original with
the ci.-ik of the above Btyled court
on or lief..re September 20, I97J;
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded
in Ih......niplalnt 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 on
Ibis II .lay of August. 19,2.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
As Cl.rk. Circuit Court
Dade Count v. Florida
By I.. SNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
TALIANOFF & BADBR
420 l.iiicoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla.
Attorney for Petitioner
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IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1122
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In HE: Estate n(
PELAYO cHP.ri.l.v SR
Deceased
I'., All Creditors and All Persons Hin
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereb) notified and requlreil
to present any claim- and demands
whi.h you mas have against the es-
tate of PELAYO CEHULIA, SR. de-
ceased late ..f Dadc County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Putlc Coun
ty, ami fib- the same in duplicate and
... |irovldi d in Section T::::.I:. Florida
Statutes, in Hi. Ir offices in the "oun-
ty Courthouse in Dad.- County, Flor
iila within -i\ calendar month) rrom
the liin-' Ho- iii" publication here-
of, or Hie Slline U ill be lull I cd
i lated al M laml, Florida, Ihis II
..i August, AD. 1972.
I'M.ami CERULA.
As Administrator
Flrsl publlcatl......I this
Hie 1\ day of Align-' l!>"'.*.
('.ROVER WEINSTEIN .*
STAC HER, I' A
By: HH Bit WIN STAI'lIEK
Attorney for Estate >! Pelayi
Sr.
::..<> Lincoln Road
Miami Bench, Florida
N I>-1''. '. I \
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-13172
(Crawford)
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
.11'ANA MARIA MONTEKO,
and
MANTEL .1 MONTERO,
TO: MANUEL .1. MONTERO
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
YiH' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to servo u copy of
written defenses. If any, to it on
SIDNEY EFRONSON. attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is 612 Ains-
ley Building, Miami, Florida 33132,
and file the original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or before
September Mh. 11172; otherwise a de-
fault will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the complaint
or petition.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four cons -culive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami, Florida on this It
day ..f Aug. 1!>72.
E. 11. LEATHERMAN',
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By D. RYAN
A- Deputy Cl.rk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Sidney Efrollsi.u
012 Alnsley Building
Miami. Florida 3813S
Attorney fur Petitioner
l/ll-18-2fi B 1
NOTICE LNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERhBY (JIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MALE EOO al 3"7 Miracle Mile. Coral
Cables, Florida. 1613 Dade Uind Mall,
Miami, Florida intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
BENRICH CORPt UtA'l n IN
a Florida corporation
NELSON & FEI.DMAN
Attorneys lor HEN RICH
CORPORATION
, ll-ls-2.-. 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY lilVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
business under tin- fictitious name of
FKJOCAPA INTERNATIONAL BUSI-
NESS at number 1060 Hi i.-kt II Avenue,
Suite 211, in the City of Miami. Flor-
ida, intends to register the said name
with the Cl.rk of tin- Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
Daied at -Miami. Florida. Ibis 2nd
day of August. I!72.
LATIN AMERICAN
MOTORS (.OlU'ORATIoN
by, FELIX .1 CASTRO, PRESIDENT
> II -is 23 :i I
NOTICE UNDER
FACTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice is iiErehi UIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business U'.-'lel ill.- licllllous II.till'- "I
AlKonuulu Associates al liumbut l"i>
Katie Concourse, in the Cill "i Bay
Harbor Island.-, Florida, Intends to
register Ho .-aid name uiili Hie Clerk
..I III. Circuit Court ol Hade CoUlll},
Florida
Dated at Hay Harbor Islands, Flor-
ida, this ::'. day of -Inly, l72.
TiiE MIAMI ALOOR.NVIUIN CORF
a Florida coporatlon
Hole "wii.-i
NKI.SoN A.- r'ELDMAN
Attorn... i"i Applicant
11:1,1 Kan,- i 'oitcourse
Harbor Islands, Fla
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF T|
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUI\
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.l
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-15384
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RB: The Marriage of
KON8TANTINE RoBEKT 5
KOSTOVIO.
Petitioner,
mid
.MARILYN JOAN KOSTOVIC,
Respondent
Defendant.
YOU MARILYN JOAN KOSTO\
Respondent, ARE HEREBY NO
FIED to file your written defensel
this Dissolution of Marriage with
Court's Clerk and serve a copv
Petitioner's Attorneys. VON ZAJ
& SMITH. Suite 4K. ContlMEj
Building, 420 South Dixie Hwy Cd
tallies. Fla, MMtj on or before th|
day ..f September, 1972, els,- the C
plaint will be taken as confessed.!
DATED: lulv 27, 1072.
E. H LEATHERMAN, CI.ER1
BY: c P. COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit C.'Urt Sell)
8/4-11-18-1
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Tl
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUlf
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-15753
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN' RE: THE MARRIAOE OF
I aiRIS ANN VINCENT. Wifo
and
PETER VINCENT, Husband
Tii: Peter Vincent
No. 2 Eunice C',.
Terry town, N. Y.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIF
that an action for Dissolution of
riage has been filed against you I
you are required to serve a copj
your written defenses, if any.
on DAVID E. STONE, altorne
Petitioner, whose address is ll 3|
12th Avenue. Miami, Florida, and"
ihe original with tin- clerk of|
above styled court on or before
s. 1072; otherwise a default wi|
entered against you for the rebel
manded in Ihe complaint or pell,
This notice shall be published
each week f..i f.-nr consecutive VH
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
of -aid court al Miami, Florida
this 2 day of Aug.. 1072.
E. It. LEATHERMAN.
An clerk. Circuit Court
Dnde County, Florida
By R. M. KISSEE
As D.-puty Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
DAVID E. ST' INF.
STONE S'lRTCIIIN
livi N.W. 18th Avenue
I Miami, Florida ',',S12S
I 3M-42H
Attorney for Petitioner
l-ll-ll
I' A.
.lay
in
ti,
i-riiiii
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVEN Hint
the undersigned, de.-iring 10 ellgai;. in
business under ihe fictitious ru........f
SIRKIN BUILDING CO. at One Lin-
coln Road. Miami Reach, Florida
3X139, intends to register said nam
with tin- Clerk nf ihe Circuit curt
Dade l ounly. Florida
A I AN SIRKIN
HARRIS H SIRKIN, P A.
Atioi a. vs for Applicant
13th Floor Dade Federal Bldg
Miami Florida 32131
7 38 K 4-11-IX
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S C{
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-3847
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS]
In HE: Estate of
JULIUS I.. LESSIN'!
I l.-eeas. d.
Ti. All Creditors and Al) Person!
} ing Claims or Dima'iids Againsf
Estate:
Yu are hereby notified ntil
quired to present any claim- an
nininls uiili h >.-U may have af
the estate of .iri.ll'S L. LEfi
deceased late of Dad.- County,
Ida, to tin- County Judari of
County, and lib- Ihe sane- in
,-aie .ind ;i- provided in Beetle
1 in, Florida Statutes, in Ihelr
. in hi. i'ounty i ourthousi In
I i'iiuiii. Florida, w iihin > ix
months from Ho- lime -'. the
1 pal.in atlon hi i'"t. or the snrai
be barred
I i.,i, .1 ,ii Miami, Florida, HuJ
das -i Vuu '. A D. I72.
ROBERT I.. ci:ii\ i:i:
A- Executor
Flrsl publlcatl......f till! nnOj
lb.- I dav of August, 1072
ti ROVER WEINSTEIN ^i
STAUBER. P.A,
BY: SHEIIWLN STAUBER, RStJ
Attorney for Estate of
Julius I. I.essillg. deed
i.'iii Lincoln Road
Miami Hi in b. Kloi Ida
8 4-11-
Ha
:t::i:. I
t 4-ti-l^ 33
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBRBBY (HVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious nam. ..f
:. STAR CIOAB MAIL ORDER
in use al 1638 w. Kiagler Street,
Miami. Fla. Intends to register said
name with 'In- c|,.rk of the Circuit
Court .d Dad. County, Florida.
NISSAN MANN IS
s is-2.". 8/1-8
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 HI-'. THE MARRIAOE OF
W Y N EM A SCII W A11TZ.
Wife
and
LEON SCHU ART/.,
Husband.
TO: Mr-, w.iiiein.i Schwarti
1138 N. Pennsylvania Av.nue
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
ibai -in action lor Dissolution ol Mar.
liat. ims bean filed against you and
\..U are required to serve a cupy id
"v.,ur written defenses, if any. to it
.'in ALBERT WH.ENSKY. ESQ., at-
torney for Petitioner, whose addresr
if, is 11 i en. ..id Building, B6 West
Flagler Street, Miami Florida 88130
i:;\- 3.V70), and file the original with
lb.- .-lei-l; ..I ihe above styled court on
in- in fon Aug. "". 1072: otherwise a
default will I..- .-Hi.-r.il agalm-l you fot
the relief demanded in the .oniplaint
or petition.
This notice shall be published one*
each week for four consecutive weeki
iii THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN,
WITNESS my band and the seal "I
said court at Miami, Florida on this
21 lias of July, 1072.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
As Cl.rk, Circuit Court
I lade i 'i.uniy. Florida
By R- M- KISSEE
\- D.-puty Clerk;
uit Curt 8. al)
7,28 S '4-11-ls
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAV
NOTICE IS HEREB1 tll\ El
Hi. iiniieisign-il, .1.-siring in ng
! buslncsH under lb.- li' -I lo i- ol
! Hal's I.....i.-iniili s. n i' .- -.1 ll"4;
,l-i Tel i.i- i .Mi.inn :::'-! 13 mil
register -aid name with Ihe <'t
tin v. a i I '..in t "i I lade
Florida.
IIARol.D WOLF
v 1-1 1-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAtl
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEJ
ihe undersigned, desiring i"
business under the fictitious
Harry M. i ilassniiiu, M.D. at ti|
Hlilh Street. North Miami
i Florida ini.-iid- to register saij
with ih. Clerk nf lb. Cir. u't
Dade County. Florida.
Barry M. (Bassman, 'M.D..I
833 N.E i'oHi Ct., N'.i Mia.|
Frankel Avrach, l' a
Attorneys for
Barrj M < llassman, M D l' \
42" Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla.
S 1-111
(Cii.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LA|
NOTICE IS HEREBY fllVI
lb.- undersigned, desiring i-.
business under the fictitious
i ii:i.i'ii v ia .1 tii.hi: al nund|
Coral way. In the City of
Florida. Intends to register sag
with tin Clerk of the Circuit
I lade 'ountj. Florida
Dated ai Miami. Florida,
dav ..| August, 1072.
A 8A I'.A R< 11 AS
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icrmi, Florida Friday, August 18, 1972
Section B;
Gov. Rockefeller Says He
as 'Misquoted' By Newsmen
JERUSALEM (JTA) -News- !
nen who ait ended the press con-
ference a' which Gov. Nelson '
Hockcfellei' of New York report- \
dly said an agreement was
eached at the May Moscow sum-
lit for Soviet permission to al-
low 35,000 Jews to emigrate an-
nually were In sharp disagree-
ment as to whether the Gover-
nor had made that statement.
According to one version, the |
governor fold newsmen that j
'resident Nixon and Premier Ko- j
ygin had agreed on the desir- i
Ability of allowing Soviet Jews
tto emigrate to Israel. However, i
a flurry o! reports emerged that j
t^he governor had aid that an !
greement had been reached for
i.OOO Jews to leave annually.
ath Haretz and Maariv gave
prominent treatment to the ptir-
31*ted agieement which also
was distributed by the interna-
ional news services, including
he Associated Press. The AP
tory appeared in the New York
Times.
At a pre** conference at La-
itiarithi airport on his return
rom Israel. i-rilx-d the agreement that So-
ft Jews should be allowed
leave as "more a meeting nf
ilnds than a signed agreement,"
nd "Wild he had been "mis-
quoted" in Jerusalem.
The Jerusalem Post, which
had a reporter at the governor's
press conference, did not refer
to the purported figure in its
coverage. The Post reporter said
later he did not hear the gov-
ernor allude to any U.S.-U.S.S.R.
accord on the release of Soviet
Jews.
Two other foreign newsmen
at the conference questioned on
whether Mr. Rockefeller made
the statement, said the gover-
nor spoke about President Nixon
and Premier Kosygin agreeing
that Soviet Jews should be al-
lowed to leave Russia but had
heard nothing about a precise
figure agreement.
Secretary of State William P.
Rogers responded, "Ye, yea"
when asked whether the Soviet
Jewry issue was discussed at the
summit conference in Moscow
in bite May between President
Nixon and Communist Party
secretary Leonid Brerhnev. The
doable affirmative followed a
prediction that Jewish emigra-
tion from the Soviet Union Is
going to continue.
Mr. Rogers made his com-
ments during an ABC television
Sverdlovsk Activist
Sentenced To 3 Years
[ NEW YORK (JTA) Vlad-
tniir Markman, Sverdlovsk Jew-
ish activist accused of hooligan-
asm and giving slanderous infor-
nation about the Soviet Union
Ibroad, was convicted Aug. 9
Wild sentenced to three years on
rpecial regime, which is hard
ibor, Richard Maass, chairman
if the National Conference on
poviet Jewry, reported.
Both Markman and his wife
jiad reportedly be"n harassed in
Ihe weeks since his arrest April
19. They had been attempting to i
Obtain a Moscow lawyer and
nove the trial to Moscow, where j
oreign journalists would be ]
present. Maass explained. "So- I
Juriet officials counted on the re-
lative isolation of the city of
[ Everdlovck to cover up what is
a. blatant and gross travesty of
the word 'justice,'" he said.
"We fear now." he added,
/"that based on this conviction
in the remote town, a broad
'conspiracy plot' may be charged
against others. Soviet officials,
who believed they would bury
Sthis case and set an example
for other Jews, are mistaken. We
are asking prominent individuals
... to make it clear to Soviet
officials that this type of 'star-
chamber' procedure can no
longer be covered up."
The NCSJ sent letters and
tnieerams to constituent agen-
cies, local communities, legal as-
sociations, individual lawyers
and U.S. government officials.
Telegrams have gone to Presi-
dent Nixon and the State De-
partment protesting the convic-
tion. Many haw expressed fear
that the evidence gathered at
Markman's trial will be used at
further trials of Jewish activists
in Moscow.
The NCSJ had previously re-
ported that a Soviet telephone
operator testified at the trial
that she had overheard Mark-
man giving "slanderous infor-
mation" about the Soviet Union
during an alleged telephone con-
versation with Israel. The de-
fendant was reported to have
said that anti-Semitism does
exist in the Soviet Union.
sraeli Named V-P Of U.S. Phone Co.
TEL AVIV (JTA1- Yishayahu
vie, former general director
if the Ministry of Defense, has
lined the General Telephone
id Electronics Company of the
'.S.A. with the rank of vice
sident.
A communications expert, Mr.
vie is the former general di-
_tor of the Posts Ministry and
irmer head of the Armament
development Authority. He re-
lrned here last week from the
nited States, where he finalized
K; appointment with the giant
trporation which constructed
treel's recently completed Mis-
Communications Center,
Jicials reported.
[Mr. Lavie reportedly had no
dings with the company while
ing in Israel and he said he
ll abide by the company's reg-
itions and not deal with its
_eli interests for at least one
year while in the employ of
Interview inTiediatrly following
his testimony on the Nixon Ad-
ministration s foreign jxilicy be-
fore the Republican resolution
committee, which is drafting the
party platform for presentation
to the GOP convention next
week.
Meanwhile, the Democratic
presidential candidate. Sen.
George MeGovcrn, accused
President Nixon of trying to de-
ceive American Jews with a
"transparent and false claim"
of helping the Jews of the So-
viet Union.
"It is both cynical and cruel
of President Nixon's agent.
Nelson Rockefeller, to claim
credit on behalf of the White
House for an historic event
which belongs to the Jews of
the U.S.S.R. themselves," the
senator said.
I MHMMMMMMIMaullllMIMvr, .'.,,-I III.HHIIIIIU'IIII imimmMiimraiH
Army Officer Who Shot Prisoner
Is Charged With Manslaughter
TEL AVIV (JTA) An Israeli army lieutenant has been
charged with manslaughter in the death of a prisoner. The case,
which is being heard this week by a district military tribunal,
involves an officers wose name is being withheld.
The prosecution contended that the lieutenant, who was in
an army unit dispatched to apprehend two men suspected of ter-
rorist activities last November, was left in charge of the first
suspect detained while the detail entered the home of the second.
When he attempted to esca|>e, the lieutenant reportedly gave
chase and fired at him repeatedly, even after he had fallen to
the ground, wounded.
Witnesses for the defense pointed out that terrorists who'
were fired ii|x>n frequently pretended to be dead, later attacking
Israeli soldiers from behind.
A
Peres, Rabin To Address]
Israel Bond Conference
Shimon Peres. Israel's Minis-
ter of Transport and Communi-
cations, and Yitzhak Rabin, Is-
rael's ambassador to the United
States, will be the principal
speakers at a 1972 fall national
leadership conference to inaugu- :
rate a campaign to provide |
greater economic aid to Israel.
The conference, to he held
Saturday evening and Sunday,
Aug. 26-27, in Cherry Hill, N.J.,
has been called to plan inten-
sified community activities to
irc"pie tlo ab> of Icra"l Bonds
during the four most produrthl
months of the year.
Mr. Peres Is making a sr.
da] trip to the United States
report to North American Jet
ish leaders on Israel's economj
problems and financial needsj
The conference will coinciJ
with the start of a year-loq
celebration of Israel's 25th
niversary during which orgaij
zations and individuals throufl
out the world will observe til
dramatic milestone in Jewi|
history.
B XT ^ 3D I 1ST
GT & E.
Mr. Lavie, whose job will be
to coordinate the company's de-
velopment of electronic, tele-
communications and other so-
phisticated systems, is due to
leave for the U.S. shortly on
a one-or two-year assignment.
He expects to complete a techni-
cal book while he is there.
19 Immigrants Arrive
NEW YORK, N.Y. Nineteen
Jewish immigrants, comprising
ten family units from three coun-
tries the Soviet Union, Poland
and Rumania arrived at Ken-
nedy International Airport, last
week on an Alitalia flight from
Rome, according to Gaynor I. Ja-
cobson, executive vice president of
United Hias Service, the world-
wide Jewish migration agency
which assisted all of the newcom-
ers in their migration.
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Mamber Named Chairman
Of Academy Committee
M I; :
tinted fiai.Tiw o
I H Ahrans chair-
ui of th was
ochairman of the Cora
In by Mr. F. -
Other* ap:ointed to the key
group whkh 1-" rm net the ex-
tent af ichotBrsI stance to
individual Mud*'Ills inc'.uoV Sam-
R .iharl at"-; W vice pr--i-
Hebt Aca lemj: rj
?.: nfesd. treasurer; Leonard
Adler, Georss Kin-mel.
\\e<: pr?-!*! nt: and <"k cai Sena-:
ra a-~>ciat>- ?! -Krjnan of the
executive com i .""
Ra ? Alexander 5 Grow, prin-
tl ItV rnbSTS Ol the
It) in*! strativi stafl
carryinsr'on an intensive te*t-
s pr gran .. -i ten abilities
t enti nine; th -
V. en '' th .. of the
high '! i '
the
i- IM*"*! Pim Tree Dr.. the
nbcr .! ap leant- continues lo
xceed th- academy's capacity in
ad Rabbi Gross noted.
. it the .'.f.iii Beach Rt-gisti it conl nues daily at
,;. ;..- an- I ce, with informa-
M i .-.; I: -ih attorney t.m also available on the affiliated
'. r pr.'k-fii /! tJ \-<\- OI^h rd Margaret WetslsBttS Hrvh
,'.i.' ManiiMH h or School for Gtrh nnr' the Louis
> n Merwirzer Mesivta High School for
Bovs.
McGcn ern Effort Based On
Appeal To Jewish Liberals
Soviet Exit Fees
Up S5.000 825,000
By Sp- MOSO \V Ji a lili sources re-
that Soviet authorities have
inst:' < I 'i new system of heavy-
exit fees ranjrmg from S5.000 to
$25,000 for ed '- wishing
Ii emigrate to Ism
The sources said they learned of
the new measure. replar.ni; the okl
general fee of about $1,000. while
appl>inz tor r\r riaas at a branch
of the Interior Ministry.
The government'a explanation
was that the fevs were necessary
' t>> lepay the s;overnnx-nt Cm the
t of state-financed education.
Mayor Chuck Hall
says "Bob Skidell
is an honest, dedicated,
concerned young man"
>.;.- ... STATE REPRESENTATIVE CMST. M
Similar reason* had been giv.-n for
the previous fee
OSCA* MtMBft
WASHINGTON "'... The
lee .
P
ittei
..' J
I Govei n D-S I'
[>peal to the
hich h>-
w i intry.
v ,
t-cutive director of i he
I i-h Col
that the Jew ish
\ .. i
clifl n ich '>. variou>
i i \\ Jew .-i -
< innei clt>.
1 irtho lox Con> i\ative
>i Refoi ni. Th.- premise of the
. ii ould be, h'' paid, thai
.,i: i i ,.. .. d ni. the
)!.! lor ";>'i-it i. prodii itive and
pro i "lion .'' Mr. fohi'ii
.ir ~-i"i that he was on leave
vithoiM > from the AJContrre^
mikI thai he hoi accepted Mc-
i'.., ':. offer of o stal I ;> *t as
..ii iii-11.Mual, and not ,-is repi -
-. n 11 ol iln- A.K'nn .'re--.
He ih elai '! thni the ma i". Itj
.: American Jews would no* cast
otes -.!!> on Jewish Issues
'. i .' -. hi said ai n
Issues ol Interesl
An and those o spe-
ll : h Interest
Mr Cohen cil In the
In the nvri-
. i [ ind S el '
of concern
lo A i lean jews He added thai
McGo' i. "will shortlj i-^
tatemenl rondamnin^ any kind
; quota y* tem that disci iminate>
on the i;i-i- ol religion, race oi
ethnic oi Igin."
Mr. Cohen aUo said ihoi "we in
ii'i- MeGovern campaign d
ih.- action ol Republican forces
nakinq 1<. irl a political football
in the 1972 campaign." "Since the
founding of Israel in 1948." he
added, our countrj-'s commitment
to the survival and security ol
th" Jewish state ha- been endorsed
by both political parties and rati-
'i--d l)> the American people We
elieve it i- n disservice to the
American political -\-ti-m. to
L'nHcd States foreign policy atxl
to I-ra l to turn ;i bipartisan is-
ic into a political one "
Midsummer 'Cap At Colder
Th. tiaOOO added Midsummer
Handicap, a Journey of one mile
and a furlong for tbree-year-okls
hi b Saturday's 10-
iac- program at Calder Rac--
Coti The weekend feature haa
attracted 37 nomination.-! Sup
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starter handicap for older bones
a' a mile and oni >i larti and a
nine-fui Ion tui mesl The ;. -
ets underway at 1:45 p.m.
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Candidates Step Up Efforts As
Sept. 12 Primary Election Nears
With the deadline tor ragtetra?
Il on <>f new Vuten ended, candl-
Idalcs for the Sept. 12 primarj
|;md non-partisan elections in Dajde
Icniuity thi^^eek stepped up their
fi fforta to meet and Influence the
[j ubUc.
Severn! heated issues top the
[ballot, including campaigns by
[State Attorney Richard Gerstelnl
[and Metro Mayor Steve Clark for!
ree lection.
Mr. Gerstein, with 16 year-; of
-i-rviee and a record of Dade
[County's leading Democratic vote-'
getter, is opposed by three as-
Ipirants. They are Eugene Spell-.
Ijrian and Harold Solomon,' former
j assistants to Gorstoin, and Neil
f Sonnet t, a fornv r assistant United ;
States attorney for South Florida.
Mayor Clark has drawn former
assistant state attorney Jack Orr
j and advertising executive Jack,
I Given as his foes in the non-parli-
luan contest. Mr. Orr is a former
ktatc representative and Mr. Green '
lU a past chairman of the Dade]
|County grand jury.
The 13th Congressional District i
Democratic nice has businessman;
fay Kisi.ik facing State Rep. Louis
Wolfson. former school board!
[haii-man Hill Lehman, State Sen.1
se Weissenborn and attorney
Johnson Davis in a race virtually
trtain to require a runoff.
The 14th Congressional District
Democratic primary pits veteran
Congressman Claude Pepper, a for- j
ner U.S. Senator, acainst former
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Mr. Dermer resigned after win-
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siat, eenajte races in the dis-
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North Miami Beach are among
the nioel closely contested. For-
mer Miami Beach vice mayor and
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State Rep. George Firestone as an
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Some races are tret tint; atten-
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Reach Judge Bernard A. Frank,
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the county attorney.
New Publication
Issued By JWB
NEW YORK* A total of 865
program items related to Israel arc
included in a new publication called
"Israel Program Resources" issued
ihis week by the National Jewish
Welfare Board iJYVBl.
The publication is part of a
unique international project in
which Jewish community service
bodies ol Eurone, Israel and Amcr-
ica are participating. Sponsors <>i
the international project are JWB.
representing the World Federation
of YMHA's and Jewish Community
Centers, the American Joint Dis-
tribution Committee, the Youth
and HcchahltZ Denartment of the
World Zionist Organization, and
the Memorial Foundation for Jew-
ish culture.
Issued in time for use during the
year-long celebration in 1973 of
the 2.ith anniversary of the State
of Israel, the publication is the
first attempt to compile a wide
variety of materials suitable for
Israel-related programming in an
organized, selective fashion, ac-
cording to its compiler and editor.
Philip Goodman, director of JWB's
Jewish Book Council.

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Another former Miami I'.each
municipal judge, Milton Feller, is I
opposed by Fred Nesbltt, who i-.
not related to the incumbent cir-
cuit court judge. That Judge Nes- ,
hitt has no opposition, and will
not appear on '.he ballot.
State Sen. George Hollahan is,
running against the Speaker of
the Florida House, Richard Petii-
grew, in the Distri.-t 44 state
.senate race in South Dade.
Circuit Court Judge Rhea Gross-
man faces former assistant state
attorney Richard Jacobs. Incum-
bent Circuit Court Judge Tom'
Testa is opjKjsed hy Miami Reach
Councilman Jerome Greene. An-
other circuit court position is |
sought by former Metro Commis-
sioner Alex Gordon and by vet- i
eran attorney Dan Satin,
To date, voter interest has been
light with sparse attendance at
political rallies. As more families
return from vacations and as is-1
sues replace personalities, many of j
the contests will warm up. how-
ever.
Fascell Co-Hosts
Memorial Service
Corwrewman Dante Fascell eo-
hosted a brief memorial service on
the steps of the U.S. Capitol in
Washington Tuesday in memorv
of 24 Jewish intellectuals, poets
and writers who were executed in
the Soviet Union 20 years ago.
The 24 Soviet Jews, who were
the leaders of the Jewish Atlti-
Fa*Cist Committee which had been
organized in 1942 by the Soviet
'-'overnment to mobilize Soviet
Jewry against the threat of Nazi
Germany, were found 'juiltv of
being "enemies of the U.S.S.R..
agents of American Imperialism.
bourgeois notionalist Zionists, and
rebels who sought by armed re-
bellion to separate the Crimea
from the Soviet Union and to es-
tahlish their own Jewish bourgeois,
nationalist. Zionist republic there."
Their execution was the culmi-
nation of Stalin's five-year cam-
paign to eradicate "rootless cos-
mopolitanism" from Soviet society.
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Friday. August .3, 1972
Nuclear Pacemaker Implantation
Another First For Mount Sinai
M Sii -. Medl il <" nter of
Miami Beach is the first cummun-
jty hospfts ed States
to implant a 1 -powered pace-
maker into a human being. ___
When 'he surgiral team at
Mount Sinai, headed by Dr. Sol
Cent de-
<: J tr-oM Key West house-
wife, ft she became the
43rd person in the world
the United States to re-
lear pacemaker. Two
;. at the
Veterans Administration Ho*;
in B iffalo, and the others over a
perioi r>l years in France.
"' -- Sinai became the first
hospital n the Unit I States to be
-. med to p rform nuclear im-
ptanta when the Florida Depart -
meat jf Health ar.d Rehabilitation
St rvices issued it a license last
May Prior to receiving such au-
thorization. Mount Sinai was
deeply Involved in formulating the
guidelines for implantation now
used by Florida and the Atomic
Energy Commission, based on
HFW requirements.
The advantage of a nuclear-
powered pacemaker is longevity.
a hospital srjokesmar. said. The
mercury cell battery in common
use today in pacemakers lasts ap-
proximately 21 months, at which
time the device must be surgically
removed from the human body and
replaced by a new unit.
The atomic pacr-mak^r ha= an
expected life span of 10 years. The
patient must report for regular
checkups at 90-day intervals for
the first year and once every six
months thereafter.
Mount Sinai's permission to im-
plant atomic pacemi'ters came
after the hospital parsed rigorous
requirements protecting the pa-
tient and the public from un-
toward exposure to Plutonium 239.
the nuclear material.
The actual power pack, produced
Wholesale Distributors of
by Society Alcatel, a French com-
pany. i< thimble sized- ar.d re-
placed the half dozen different
batteries in common use today. The
device was psivhased from Mod-'
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The pacemaker itself is about
.7e of a small electric razor.
atomic material is enclosed in
- titanium shell which can
withstand tremendous
such as ti res up to 2.100
s fahrenheit.
Implanted beneath the skin of
the upper right chest, the pace-
maker produces electrical impulses
which cause the heart to contract
when there is a failure of normal
cardiac rhythm. Without the use
of pacemakers, as many as 60.000
Americans would die.
A catheter (small tube> runs
from the pacemaker unit through
a vein into the heart. Highly sen-
sitive electronics within the pace-
maker detect any malfunction in
the natural beat of the heart and
return its natural rhythm.
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ar? expected to require minor sur-
gery once every 10 years rather
ximately every two
yea-s, thus lessening the chance
of the trauma of surgery and the
possibility of infection.
The patient carrying an atom'c
pacemaker must wear an identifi-
cation bracelet and carry an ID
rard in his or her wallet at all
times since Florida law requires
that the atomic device be removed
upon death of the patient.
The entire team of cardiok>zi.-';
surgeons, physicians and technic-
ians involved in this first implanta-
tion at Mount Sinai feel that atom-
ic pacemakers will be used with in-
creasing frequency in the future..

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CARIH Benefit Saturday
Members of the Lorber Chapter
of Children's Asthma Research
Institute & Hospital and theii
guests will be enjoying an evening
of dinner, dancing and singing in
the Rhodes Brothers Lounge of
the Miami Merchandise Man "at.'
urday at 8 p.m-Procee I
affair will be donated to
search institute and I g
Denver. Mrs. Sidney Si] ermai
and Mrs. Jack Zajor.i jg
"barge of reservations.
The Good Life
.
Pinochle and Maxwell House Coffee
Good friends at the table, good cards in your
hand, and good coffee in your cupmellow
Maxwell House! Its matchless taste and
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Friday, August ie. lj
'Great Artists Series' At
Wometco Theatres
Beth Sbolom Opens Ocl. 15 HHUS!]
Daniel Barenboim, Internation-
ill] famous pianist-conductor will
r open Temple Beth Sholom's Great
Art -i Scries with a recital Sunday,
Oct. 15, :ii 8:33 p.m.. in the tem-
ple auditorium, 4144 Chase Aw.,
i ili l! ach, according to an an-,
K) mi" anotti made by Judy Druck-
.. hairman : the temple's Cul-
ruid Fine Aits Committee.
Within n l>:-:i>i two-month period
ni season, Mr. Barenboim
..:. it the n; te <> Ie of Bee-
thoven Sonatas in eight concerts
:' Lincoln Center's Tully Hall, ap-
.(I with his wife, British cellist
Inoquclinc i Pre, in several joint
I'Citals including two at Hhilhar-
nonlc Hall, accompanied Dietrich
fischer-DK-skau in three Lied
i u on I ict.il the Phlladel-
hie orchestra eight times in
- and made his debut
i< \, v York Philharmonic in
concert stint.
28-yoar-oH musical phe-
lo I on k-es upward of 20J con-
' i yet "ii five continents con-
' i in_- Hi, world's major orches-
In | lano re itals and per-
n: as soloist with major
> he>tras.
He has studied with Adolf Busch,
Markevitch, Edwin Fischer |
Enrico Mainardi,
Oth^r artists Who will appear on
i. thor, Herman Wouk, who will
- ieak Nov. 19. Mr. U'ouk's "Winds
i War" is o current best-seller.
Jan. 7. 197.'!. Pinchas Zukerman,
"internationally known Israeli \i-;
ilinit, will appear for the second
mi Beth Sholom's Great Ait-
sts Scrii -. His first appearance in
ir i was in 19G8.
In honor of Beth Sholom's 13th
i -i ;. and the 25th annh*er-
o Isr i"':'- Iii i -ii'inl. n .', the
nowned metropolitan op-
; i tet or. Richard Tucker, will be
; tin Feh 11 in the Miami
leach Auditorium, with Alain
.' ibai i conduct ing the Miami
'hilharmonic Orchestra in a spe-
geared to the double celebration.
The series will wind up with a
violin re ital by the young Israeli
violinist, Miriam Fried. March 10.
Miss Fried was awarded first prize
in thi' QiiH'n Elizabeth Belgium
competition.
Mrs. Drucker has announo d
that applications Cor angel and
sponsor membership in the series
are available and Information may
be obtained by contacting the
temple office.
i
Members of the executive com-
mittee responsible for the Great
Artists Series are William Alper.
Mr. and Mr.-. Arthur Courshon.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack R. Courshon.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack D. Gordon.
Eli Kat/in. James S. Knopke. Mrs
Mir i Kotlei", Rabbi and Mrs.
Leon Kronish, Mrs. Eli M. Lurie.
Mi- Marvin Marx, Mr. and Mrs.
David Miller. Mrs. Irving E. Miller.
Mrs. Leonard Miller. Dr. and Mrs.
A. Lawrence R'ise. Mrs. Julius Ser,
Mrs. Harry B. Smith. Mr. and Mrs.
Marvin Stonberg, and .Mrs. Lewis
E ZO;TI.
South Shore Adds
Hospital Auxiliary
South Shore Hospital of Miami
Reach has initiated a new auxil-
iary, known as the Diplomats. The
organization will participate in
limited fund-raisinu and genera
problem solving for the hosoital,
according to chairman Paul Stein-
berg.
Other charter members include
Alan Morton. Snnfoni Rywell,
Harry Mi'son and Vince Plcclolo.
They will 'ie rewarded with re-
ceptions at the hosoital for their
si-rvi a~ "ambassadors of good
will" to the 4 immunity.
Flrsl party is scheduled for
Tuesdaj from 6 t<> 8 p.m. Among
those receiving invitations are
John Forte, Robert L. Blum, Nal
Potamkin, Shep Davis and Her-
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Served 6 years in Fla.
House of Rep., (1966-1972).
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Taking part in the groundbreaking ceremony launching
construction of Temple Beth Shalom's new facilities are
(frcm left to right) Maurice Segall, assistant secretary; Dr.
Fred Blumenthal.. school board chairman and vice presi-
dent; Dr. Morton Malavsky, rabbi; Jack Shapiro, president,
and Curt J. Schleimer, financial secretary.
& "fr ?:
Construction Under Way on
Beth Shalom's New Complex
J.E.F. Development Corp. is the
building eonlractor for Temple
loth Shalom's sanctuary, social
hall, youth lounge and school
v. Ing, now under construction. The
30.000 sq. ft. complex at 1400 N.
46th Ave., Hollywood, was design-
( l by Monis Lapidus Associates.
Immediately after k round
I roaklng, a concerted effort was
made to expedite construction of
Ihe school wing which will con- '
tain four large classrooms and a
now youth lounge with all neces-
sary facilities and youth office.
Projected completion date tor this
addition is October, 1972. al- I
1 hough the space will be usable I
before then. This addition has !
been reinforced for a second story
to be added later.
The social facilities will contain'
p ball room accommodating 1.000
persons auditorium style, and |
Beating 500 for a dinner. The '
kitchen plans are presently being
drawn by an outstanding kitchen
firm and will feature the latest !
equipment. The sanctuary, al-
"hough modern, will be of a fra-
ctional decor.
When completed, the sanctuary
Tropic Players Casting
Tropic Players, a newly formed
Iheatre group traveling the con- \
clominium circuit and performing ;
for social and religious organiza- '
l:ons and dinner theatres, will be]
holding a casting call for all fu-
ture productions Monday at 8 p.m.
at 16499 NE 19th Ave.. Suite 204. j
Interested persons are invited to
enract Barry D. Schrelber. presi-
11 nt, or Bert Parker, director, i
Aric Kaduri is hooking engage- '
ments for the group.
will seat approximately 500. There
will lie a folding door separating
it from the social hall, so that
when completely open, there will
be a seating capacity of over
1.500. The dally chapel will hold
over 100 worshippers and is being
built together with a bride's room
and proper facilities for weddings
and other a!fails.
Connecting the n.arble entrance
with th. rabbi's study will be an
art gallery and a Sisterhood gilt
shop. Adjacent to the Cantor's
study will be a music room lead-
;ng to the choir loft. A complete
suite of offices in front of the
building is being built, together
with a l>oard room. Projected
completion date for this portion
is February 1973.
Spiritual leaden of the temple is
Dr. Morton Malax sky. now in his
tenth year of ministry to the con-
gregation. During his tenure, the
temple has grown to include more
than 500 families. According to
Dr. Samuel Meline. membership
chairman, the protection is ap-
proximately 750 families during
197,'">. Jack Shapiro is president of
the temple; Dr. Fred Blumenthal
\i school board chairman.
It is the feeling of the officers
that the new Temple Beth Shalom
will be of greater service not only
to the membership but to the com-
munity generally, since its facili-
ties will be extremely functional.
Entertainment h Planned Beth Torah Singles Club Plans Sunday Bike Hike
Following the business portion Beth Torah ATID Young \ chartered bus will I
of the regular meeting of the Singles Club tages 18-24) invites Torah at ii a.m. anil retul
George Gershwin Lodge Kniylits prospective members from the p.m. You may bring your i
jot' Pythias. Monday at 7:H0 p.m. Jewish community to attend a on the bus, or call the lei
I in the Surfside Community cen- 'Bike-Hike" to the Coconut Grove fice !<>i bike rental. Then
ter, a program at entertainment area Sunday under the auspices ol charge for this event; bri|
will be presented. Chancellor the Youth Department of Beth own lunch and drinks will
Commander Milton Meyers will Torah Congregation. Miles P. vided. For reservations, cal
preside. Bunder, director. Leebow.
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SURPRISE, SURPRISE!! Rabbi and Mm. \orm:m Mussman were
overwhelmed by the surprise Italian dinner party given in their honor
by Prarl and Milt Hoi nst.-in and Rose and Irv Newman at the Horn-
steins' home in North Miami Beach. When the Mussmans went to
pick up their friends who were to join them for a quiet dinner in a
Fort Lauderdale restaurant in a double celebration of their wedding
anniversary and Celia's birthday they were gleefully greeted by Sue
and Fred Shochet, Sari and Bob Alexander, Molly and Gene Lipman
and Jean and Duvid Miller, who really know how to keep a secret!
Needless to say. the scrumptious antipasto, the pizzas, and the do-it-
yourself sundaes were enjoyed by all.
SCHOLARSHIP: Gloria, the daughter of Frank Greenberg;. 17610
NVV 9th PI., and granddaughter of Barbara Greenberg, (a resident of
Greater Miami since 1925 and a life member of Pioneer Women Club
Eilat) received a one-year scholarship to the University of Tel Aviv
recently. The 1972 graduate of Hebrew Academy left for Israel early
this month.
JOINED: Kings Bay Yacht and Country Club has another batch
of new members, including Stanley D. and Elaine Bulbin and children
Neil, Alan and Sharon; Edward G. and Carole Coll and children Tom,
Jean, Peter, Karen and Kelly; Jerry D. and l.orn;i Davis and children
Heather, Hilarie and Heidi; Melvin D. and I.ois Douglas and children
Edward, Ellen, Susan, Howard and Tedra; Dr. Leonard J. and Beatrice
Emmerglick; Henry H. and Rita I'ooki-s and children Linda, Patricia
and John; Martin I. and Barbara Kasper and children Erie, Kathleen
and Jennifer; Richard F. and Bette Lamb and children Ronald, Carolyn
and J. Richard; Judge Sy A. and Rita Robbins and children Randy and
Duvid; Peter and Froncene Swartz and children Guyle, Jill, Debra and
Louis, and Martin Woolin.
BIENVENUE: To Cantor and Mrs. Jack Mendelson, who have
moved from New York to North Miami Beach, where he will assume
his new duties as Cantor of Beth Torah Congregation.
FAMILY AFFAIR: When interior decorator Eileen Fried walks
down Fortieth Street these days, she is apt to hear "Hi, Mom." since
both of her daughters. Lorri and Ronnie, are following in their talented
mother's footsteps and have taken positions on Decorators' Row.
COMINGS AND GOINGS: Florence and Sam Morris (Desert Inn)
are still talking about their recent seven-week trip to Australia. New
Zealand, Tahiti and Hong Kong, where they paricipated in an ASTA
convention .. Fran ami Hy Krieger and Shirley and Chick Levlne of
Baldwin. N.Y.. loved Copenhagen and Amsterdam Ceil and Lee
(Dr. Leroy) Diamond are home from Russia, where they were very
popular with the youngstershaving brought with them a gross of
r.ubble gum, nonexistent in "Red-land." Obviously, Dr. Diamond is not
fc dentist Bobbie and Woody ("Furs by Mr..") Herman toured
Spain. Portugal. Fiance and England, while the senior Hermans (Fay
and All spent their holiday in Israel and Italy. (Why was minding the
store? I .Maria llirschicld (daughter of s.vdcll and Dick) and
Adrian ('aiden (Carol and Stan's daughter) spent five weeks together
touring New York, Israel, Italy and Switzerland. They are still friends
ans will be roommates this fall as entering frosh at the University of
Florida Bob and Carol and Beth and Cralg (Konhauzer, that is)
are "car tripping it" through Virginia, Washington, New York, New
England, Canada and back to the Carolina mountains before heading
heading homo again Cele Schilder made a canasta and tea party
tor Helen Weiss who is leaving for Philadelphia to visit her daughters,
Caroline Asih-ns and Dr. Eleanor Weiss Flick, who is a professor at the
Community College of Philadelphia Irene Rothinan can not wait
to see her family in Camden, N.J.. and Bea Snyder is off to Des Moines,
Iowa, for a long overdue visit to dear old friends and relations .
Lois and Stan Bosonthal decided to try the tennis courts in Nassau ...
Norraa and Nat Bhnatennaii are seeing the Oriental sights this sum-
mer, as are Phyllis and Norris Friedlander of the Jade Winds.
CAMPERS: Gary Grnenberg and Izzy Garrazi did not return to
camp this summer; however, they couldn't resist the urge to see their!
former bunkmates. and so on visitors' day, they took themselves up to !
the Poconos, where they enjoyed a happy reunion with old friends .. i
When Rose and In Newman visited their three sons, Stau, Jeff and i
Mike (who is a counselor, at Camp Ramah in Palmer, Mass.. they also i
visited Alan Goldman, Melissa Siesser, David Monuse and Lisa Winton.
GRANT: Dr. and Mrs. Ed Jaffe's son, Bill, who's graduating with
a M.B.A. degree from Dartmouth College's Amos Tuck School of Busi-
ness, has received a Fellowship grant from the University of Rochester,
where he will be working for his Ph.D. degree in Business Administra-
tion. While he was earning his Master's degree, he worked for the pro-
fessors at the university, where he participated in the computer pro-
gram. Bill's mate, Anne, and their son. U ill am Sydney, are looking
forward to the move. By the way, Lucille Jaffe is all atwitterand she
has good reason. A note-worthy art critic has asked her to bring her
canvasses up to New York City for evaluation.
THE GOLFING BUCCANEER
FLORIDA'S MOST BEAUTIFUL RESORT MOTEL
SUMMER PACKAGE DEAL APR. 15 DEC. IS
ARRIVE ANYTIME FRIDAY
LEAVE ANYTIME SUNDAY
(or any 3 days and 2 nights)
MRS. RONALD S. SILVERS
Shari L. Levenson
Becomes the Bride
Of Ronald Silvers
Wearing a gown of white em-
broidered organza and carrying
daisies, the former Shari Lynn
Levenson, became the bride of
Ronald Steven Silvers on Sun-
day, Aug. 6. The late morning
ceremony was conducted by Rabbi
Barry Tabachnikoff at Temple
Israel and was followed by a re-
ception at Westview Country
Club.
On their return from a honey-
moon trip to San Juan and St.
Croix, the newlyweds will live in
Tallahassee where the bridegroom
is a hospital consultant for the
State of Florida.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Laurence S. Levenson, 575
Grand Concourse, Miami Shores,
graduated from Miami Edison
Senior High School, Ohio State
University and the Miami-Dade
Junior College School of Dental
Hygiene.
The bridegroom, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Marvin W. Silvers. 290 N.
Shore Dr.. is a graduate of Miami
Beach Senior High School and
Florida Southern University, and
has a Master's degree in Hospital
Administration from Trinity Uni-
versity.
Attending the couple were Mrs.
James Silvers, matron of honor,
and James F. Silvers, best man,
Richard J. Levenson ushered.
Cedars Appeals
For Volunteers
Can you spare two to four hours
a day to help a bed-ridden patient
unable to feed himself?
Cedars of Lebanon Health Care
Center's volunteer service depart-
ment has issued an urgent appeal
for help in the Center's feeding
program.
"Anyone 17 years and up is
welcome, especially senior citi-
zens", said Miss Barbara Ashe, di-
rector of the volunteers.
In this program, the volunteer
assists the patient who is unable
to feed himself and thus aids the
nursing staff in supplementing
Cedars' philosophy of TLC (Ten-
der, Loving Care), Miss Ashe ex-
plained.
There are also other opportuni-
ties for volunteer service in the
Lobby Gift Shop, the mail and
messenger unit, and information-
desk, she said.
Interested persons may calll
Miss Ashe from 9 to 5 daily at
374-9011. Ext 719.
$19.75
per person
all inclusive)
11 holes o* qoM with etef trii ta.
Ot Pair.. ftWfl Pur 72 Golf C
Cit.tei Par 72 CoH Count Pi
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(Oxktoil lounqe two swimming pool* |hul.
fltboa'O1 pitch and put r>d putttna gre*>o
ovoilofcle on motel oroundj.
ALL DAY DEEP SEA FISHING (2 day
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Reservations 813.642-6101. Naples. Fla.
Construction Is Nearing
Half-Way Mark At Cedars
Construction of the 19-story ad-
dition to Cedars of Lebanon Hos-
pital is nearing the half-way
mark, with completion planned for
about Jan. 1, according to execu-
tive project director Patrick Ger-
rits.
The Sll million expansion of the
medical center will provide an ad-
ditlonal 77;>,000 square feet of
floor space for doctors' offi.-es a"'l
housing for hospital personnel.
More parking space is also being
added. General contractor is Le-
tt ard J. Gerrits. Inc.; architects
are Smith & Korach.
3,000 Hadassah Delegates
Attend New York Conclave
Some 3,000 delegates represent-i
ing 325,000 Hadassah members
from the United States and Puerto
Rico will convene in New York
City next week to celebrate the
60th anniversary of Hadassah.
The Miami Beach delegates,
headed by Mrs. Emanuel Mcntz.
chapter president, will include the
Mesdanvs Samuel Birnbaum, Gert j
Sisna. Fannie Solomon, Anne Col- j
ton, Joseph Schied, Jules Lessem.,
Philip Houtz, Solomon Margolis. j
Morris Winawer, Ba-net Baron ,
Rose Zeigmund, Shirley Kaine.
Jack Miller. Hannah Friedman.
Joseph Mondres, Samuel Goldben
Etta Knapp. Anne Alpert, Celia
Rosenblatt. I^azaro Sapoznik. Stan-
ley Wax. Zelda Thau. Rose Godlin.
Morris S, Herman. Mollie Lipsky,
Jean Feinberg. Leo Poden, Ray
Kronish and Florence Barth.
The television cameras and news
media will record the words of
wisdom, progress reports and eval-
uations from such noteworthy
speakers as Israel's Minister of
Foreign Affairs, Abba Eban; Zena
Harman, a member of the Knes-
set and a leader of its Committee
on Higher Education: Dr. Kalman
J. Mann, director-general of
Hadassah Medical Organization
and Peter Strauss, whose family
has done much to launch Hadas-
sah's medical program in Israel.
There will be a board meeting
of the Miami Beach Chapter of
Hadassah at the Algiers Hotel
Monday, Aug. 28, at 10 a.m. with
Mrs. Mentz presiding and review-
ing the convention highlights.
JWY Presents Scholarships
Louis Tuck, commander of West
Miami Post 223. Jew'w'i War Vet-
erans, presented college scholar-
ships to Dcbra Dron-iky, Barbara
Freund and Annette Sumpson dur.
ing a recent meeting. The scholar-
ships will be sponsored annually by
the post, according to Loo Slacht-
er, a member of J\W*8 national
executive committee.
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Registration For Fall
Program at 'Y' Aug. 27
k
Registration for the most exten-
sive fall programming ever in the
history of the Young Men's an i
Young Women's Hebrew Associa-
tion of Greater Miami iYM-
YVVHA) has been set for Sunday.
Aug. 27, from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m.
at the agency's central branch
8500 SW 8th St.
While most of the clashes and'
activities will begin the week ofi
Oct. 2, registrat:on is being han-)
died in advance to facilitate sched-
uling of instructors and rooms.
In addition to the first date, an-
other full-day registration opeor
lunity will be available Sunday
Sept. 3, from 10 a.m. to 5 n.m. at
the same address. Rtvjist ratio"
can also be completed Monday
through Friday, Aug. 28 throug'i
Sept. 29 at the "Y."
Members and ot*"*s Htc-e*^
in a wide array of classes, courses
and activities can simultaneously
sign up fo- anything from yoga in
the morning to politics in the
evening.
Fall will bring with it a new
look in nrogramming for the "Y."
with a diverse assortment of
classi l and groups. One of the
newest and strongest entries for
this comfng season is the Academy
of Cultural and Performing Arts
leading in programming for chil-
dren. tcen-ag;-rs and adults. It will
have an extension program at Ken-
wood Elementary Scho >i for -hii-
1ren on M jnday and Tue.day af-
ternoon.
Physical education and health
will also have many programs for
Personal interests. All departments
at the "Y" wi'l be available for
information on their individual pro-
grams at times of registration.
Claf-es are open to non-mem-
bers at slightly higher fers. Reg-
istration may be completed in per-
son o" by mail, using the appro-
oriate form provided with the new
"OTram^in" etiide for 1972-73.
Anyone wishing to have one of
these catalogs mailed to his home
aH-irees mav send a post-card, in-
cluding name, adiress and tele-
r'lone number to Bettv Shaffer a*
8500 SW 8th St., Miami Florida
.7144. No telephone registrations
will be accepted.
Bronze Placjne To
Be Presented To
Cedars Hospital
A bran e plaque will be pre-
sented !' Cedars of Lebanon Hos-
pital. 1321 NW 14th St.. at 2 p.m.
Sunday to commemorate the
100th anniversary of the first
Catholic Liturgical Ceremony in
i Miami.
The pioneer Wagner familv first
settled this area in 1872 and held
. the first ceremony of this kind in
their home on the Cedars site.
The Cedars presentation
launches the Dianond Jubilee
commemoration .>f the founding of
i Gesu Par'sh in 1897 on its present
site at IIS N'K Second St. and the
cornerstone of the present church
j in 1922.
A triple celebration of the 100th
anniversary of the first Catholic
ceremony, the 75th of the Parish
and the 50th of the present Gesu j
Church, is scheduled for Novcm- '
ber.
Hebrew Academy Women
Set Wednesday Luncheon

Irene (Mrs. Leonarii Art It.
president, Hebrew Academy Wom-
en, will host a "Todah Raba" lunch-
eon at her home Wednesday in
honor of workers for the Greater
Miami Hebrew Academy.
("Todah Raba." whi h means.
"Thank You Very Much" in He-
brew, is one of the first exnres'io's
learned by Hebrew Aral, my s'u-
dents and visitors to the State of:
Israel, i
The noon meeting will be hr
method ot expressing thanks to I
the officers, dire tors and g-nera1
members of the Hebrew Academy :
for their work during her admin- I
1st ration.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cLpal of the Miami Beach school.
will he the guest speaker. He'll
outline progress on the iunior and
serior high school building bein"
rushed to completion for the fall
term at Pine Tree Dr. and 24th
Ter.
Mrs. Adlcr said she hopes the
luncheon will become a tradition
of the Hebrew Academy Women,
who raise much of the scholarship
funds for the South's largest He-
brew day "'hool.
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Temple Emanu-EI To Stress
Drama In Religious Schools
A new emphasis on drama, mu-
sic and arts and crafts will be em-
ployed by tin afternoon religious
school and Sunday school of Tem-
ple Emanu-Kl during the 1872-73
academic year, according to Judge
Horix?rt S. Shapiro.
Judge Shapiro, president, of the
Miami Beach Conservative con-
gregation mid Trixie Levin, drami
director of Temple Emanu-EI, will
direct several new programs which
Happenings
Attorney Robert ll. Newman,
president, Southeast Florida
Chapter, Leukemia Society of I
America, today announced the
appointment of Ji>s'ph s. m i.iii- .
lono as 1973 general chairman '
ol the s iciety's lo'al commun-
ity 'Dad'1. Browa<*d and Mon-
roe Countie-i fund-raisin'.' cam-
paign, Mr. Maddlone, who serv-
ed the society in the same ca-
pacity for 1972. is vice presi-
dent of G.VC Properties, Inc.
J. Luokett Vawn Jr.. presi-
dent, Miami Beach First Na-
tional Bank, has been elected to
ihe bank'? b.nrd of directors and
Thomas i.. Duath'mer, president
of Coral Gables First National
Hank, has been naiiv d a di-
rector of the Coral Gables hank.
Doth hanks are members of The
Viiited Banking Group.
'
Donald F, Smiley has been
promoted to assistant vice presi-
dent at Biscayne Federal Sav-
ings A Lean Association, accord-
ing to E. Albert Pallot, president
and board chairman.
Miami Beach podiatrist l>r.
Sidney J. Lerner attended the
fiOth annual rr.eetirvg of the
American Podiatry Association
in Boston, Mass., recently. Dr.
l^erner, a graduate of the Penn-
sylvania and Temple University
Colleges of Podiatry, is a mem-
ber of the American Academy
of Podiatry and The Florida ani
Dado County Podiatry Associa-
tions.
n't vV t>
l.rralil <".. Blirr-.l.s has been
appointed Miami area sales
manager for 7-Kleven Stores,
according to David C. Xealis
southeastern division manager
for the convenience chain. Ju.se
A. Henuuidez was named cen-
tral Miami supervisor.
Cantor R Eckhaus
Added To Staff Of
Adath Yeshurun
Cantor Reuvan Kckhaus ha
been added to the saff of Temple
Adath Yeshurun. 1025 NE Miami
Gardens Dr., North Miami Beach,
according to an announcement
made by Rabbi M'lton Sehlinsky
and Max Walt/man, president.
Cantor Eckhaus. who romes to
North Miami Beach from Congre-
gation B'nai Jeshurun Ahavas
Chis.'-, Philadelphia, Pa., also
served congregations in Bayside,
N.Y., and Trenton, N.J. He has
given concerts throughout the
United States and had his- own
rad;o program, aired by station
WKVD, for a number of years.
Cantor Eekhaua and his wife.
the former F.laine Millc- of Tren-
ton, N.J., are the parents of one
daughter. FJyse, who i 16, will
be enro'l'd in the new North
Mia-ni Beach Senior High School
this fall.
Friday Wometco Openings
"Where Does It Hurt?" starring I
Peter Sellers, o-iens Friday at the I
Miracle. Pat:o Normandv an''
Plaza-Hnll--wood: "The Graduate" ;
begins its rn at the 163rd St..
Tw'n I-rvidelnnd. Cart'd*. Mnv.
fair. JTallandale and Davle Blvd.
Drive-in.
also will be featured in the curric-
ulum of the Lchrman Day School.
Mrs. Levin, who has guided the
drama efforts and the Temple
Emanu-EI 1'layrrs for more than
13 years, studied both theater and
writing at New York University.
She adapts Biblical rtortw, Broad-
way plays and Talmudic lessons
with equal ease Into productions
which even the youngest students
can participate in and understand.
More than 40 students will take
part in a special Yom Kipp ir can-
tata which is already in rehearsal;
the mu'ieal plavlet will be pr*-|
1 .-enter! In the Miami Beach Audi-
torium with Cantor Zvi Adler as
musical director. The Temple
Emanu-EI junior choir will par-
ticipate In many of the plays; par-
ticularly those prejtarcd for the
Jewish holidays.
Registration for the Lehman |
Day School and the afternoon re-
ligious s hool continues daily at the
North Branch office. 727 77th St..
and at the synagogue. 1701 Wash-
ington Ave. Dr. Irving Lehrman,
spiritual leader of the congrega-
tion, personally supervises the cur-
riculum of both institutions of
learning.
ECD Registration
In Final Stages
The final stage of Early Child-
hood Develonment iKCD> nursery
school and kindergarten registra-
tion at the Young Men's and
Young Women's Hebrew Associa-
tion of Greater Miami (YW-
YYVIIAi is being completed before
the beginning of classes Sent. .>.
About .10 places remain open in
several ave groups.
The ECD program at the "Y."
located at the central branch. 85C0
SW 8th St., and a'so in North;
County at fi First Baptist Church
of Oi's. is divided by age and the
developmental level of the indi-
vidual child thus allowing each
c-ln: i to progress at bis or her own
s'X'cd. it combines creative free-
dom with a sense ol classroom and
group di- 'nline.
For additional Information on
the ECD program and aoi>oint-
ments for enrollment Interviews,
contact M's. Helen Weinstock
director of 'he ECD program and
suPM-\is->r of the central school,
at the "Y."
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*. Ami i IHk rSdliinur
Paqe 11-B
Temple Sinai Open House
For Prospective Members
"S

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composer and conductor Shmuel Fershko will pro-
d direct an 8:30 p.m. show featuring Israel's top per-
Sunday, Sept. 24, in the Miami Beach Auditorium,
for the forthcoming "Florida Salutes Israel" pro-
e now on sale at the Jewish National Fund office,
oln Rd., Miami Beach.
Prof. Liehman Instructor
M-DJC History Course
mown Branch of Miami-
College is offering a
t university course on
and political institutions
this fall. Instructor for
will lx> Prof. Seymour
n. historian, author and
tudos of the universities, their doc-
tiinairtem and over-valuation of
Graduate degrees: the attitudes of
Temple tainai of North Dade will
hold on "Open House" for pros
pective members Sundav morning
in tin' temple's sanctuary and so-
cial hah. 18801 NK 22nd A\. .
North Miami Beach.
Persons interested in Joining
North Hade's Reform congrega
tinn and Involving themselves in j
its numerous activities which in |
elude regular worship services, ;.
larjjc Religious School leading to
Bar Mitzvan and Confirmation, as
well as an active S sterhixid and i
Brotherhiod ami youth activities
are invited for coffee and cake ai
; 10 a.m. Members ef the temple
i family will be on hand to answer
any questions.
Judge Sam Silver Assigned
To Special Court Duties
Judt;e Sam I. Silver, who was
recently appointed by Gov. Askew
to the Circuit Court to fill the
unexpired term of the late Ju Is
John J. Kehoe, has been assigned
to spe.ial duty in Criminal Court
during the up-coming Republican
National Convention.
A campaign rally for Jud^e Sil-
ver will he held Saturday, at <:.')
a.m., in the Miami Springs Viila-
\ll friends are invited to attend.
Junior High Department
Sessions Begin Sept. 15
The Junior High Department ofi
Beth Sholom's School of Living
Judaism will begin its new ses-
sions with a newly revised pro-
gram Friday, Sept. 15, accoi ling
to an announcement by Dr. Sol-
nion Lichter and M s. David Mil-
ler, cochairmen ol the temple's
school board.
AI junior hi'h classes "7th. Sth
ind 9th grades) will be held Fri-
da> afternoons from 3:43-5:45 pin
'Despite the facl that classes
will meet Friday, all junior high
u uiii be expected to attend
one Sabbath service each month."
state I the announcement. "We
plan to hav a Juni -r High Break-
fait Club so that the students can
meet together for breakfast, fol-
lowed by a bi iel program and then
services."
Other activities Saturday morn-
ins will be voluntary'' Students
maj eii ci to Join a choir, go on a
field trip, oi enjoy some otlur ac-
tivity. ii addition, several Fridaj
-i_;'11 Shabbal dinners are planned
In'- students and their parents.
"We ill be continuing our c d-
tural enriohmerrt program, wil
art, music, drama, and great hookJ
couises," the cochairmen reported!
"We have one '.f the fir* st facull
tics for our e iltural arts program!
Students will have an opportunitj
to choose which cultural aD
eoMrae they would like. If a -.tii
dent should ward to continue if
the particular '.oursc beyond \U{
i -i trlmest' r. it can be easil
arrang* l.
The climax ol the Junior Hid
program i- the Israel p'.lxrimagi
at the enl ol the ConfirmatioB
yie.r. Students will sneni seve
weeks touring and studying abou
Israel.
Dr. I.' ei Krorish is spiritui
lea lei- of B. th Shol im; Maury
Schwartz i> director of education
Building Fund To Benefit
The Sisterhood of Ahavat sha
lnii Congregation, 985 SW 6*1
Ave.. will condiK*) a white ehl
nh:mt buzaar and n mmage s.-uj
from noon to 7 p.m. Sunday. Pr
ei I- a .....irmarked for the bull
.' fend ..I the shUl.
lecturer.
The^ t> 9-">0 p.m. classes will
be held ii i''.'' ilreater Miami Jew-
ish Fete i f ion Buildin-, 4J0-) Bis-
cayne fchd The first session is!
schedule' e.>r Tuesday, Au?. 21). f
Th oaur > li-t.-d in the catalog
aslBtot: "iSO. will run for 16
woaks.
VheSireau of Jewish Education
&1* extending credit toward accred-1
A itation to all Hebrew teachers in
Dade and iUowarJ Counties who
register I.ii- this course, which
^ols in .": ill with the question:
"How hi- American attitudes
created an bv.a^e of Israel, and Is j
this ima > e,-:"" Th.' Siat.' oi
' Florida
"so accept the three
credits t i ueAal ')' ei til'i-
cation b:. .>, 11<<- public >.-h'>ol
teacber>
T* r. : .'.ill '......'' 'he his-
toryjiiS' lopmerrt, crises, ami fu-
tur^p '; U'ut/ot and moshavim
tel; the political parties and
bent ciisis on the division
(country into electoral dis-
' ttv growth, development,
tture of the Histadrut as a
|orr:->r.i'ation and as a cap!-
Manufacturer and employer:;
ahiation of numerous politi-
cal fltrti i'i ibi- pattern of po-
iltie^Td -. .)- and alignment; the
rolefcf I'.i^ion in the lives ol i
Mosini:-. ''" i-tia'i- and .lews: the :
eduflitio. -y-'em and the atti-
Studtgtts :...-. a rds bi "at ion. and'
the iel at-, .".-hips between I-raelisj
and Aral' M jslems in the universi-
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Friday, August 18, 1972
New Materials Are Tested at Bell Labs
For Use In Pollution Control Systems
Scientists at Bell Laboratories platinum catalysts to chemical
have found new low-cost materials ; contamination from lead in anti-
which are potentially useful for ; knock gasohne actives,
removing polluting emissions from
automobile exhausts.
This family of materials appears
to be as efficient, longer lived,
and much cheaper than platinum-
based catalysts currently being
considered for pollution control by
the automotive industry and en-
vironmental protection agencies.
The materials are compounds
containing elements such as man-
ganese and cobalt, and earth ele-
ments which are found abundantly
in nature.
In laboratory tests crystal par-
ticles, some resembling shiny bits
if coal, have been used as ca-
talysts to convert, for example,
noxious carbon monoxide gas into
non-toxic carbon dioxide.
In automotive use, catalysts are
isually held in conta nei
-d to the exhausi system, as x-
haust gases pass thvo ''!.-
lamer they an- <.:;.. ; te i to hai m-
forms. l 'nbui:; <\ hydi i
i. and carbon monoxide i:i ex-
on-
talner react chi mlcall .' iixj-
in i form carbon dioxide.
Nitrogen oxides, ah i
I" removed from the e ha us I gas
i\ another process.
The Hell System, with i ne "i
ih" largest motor vehicle fleets in
die nation, is seeking more effec-
tive pollution control techniques
to improve air quality as well i
to protect sensitive telephom
i lipment from the effects of air
pollution.
The new materials are active
l>e!ow 400 degrei'S fahrenheit. a
temperature attained by automo-
bile exhaust gases immediately af-
ter engine start-up. As with other
:atalysts, the materials Income
more efficient as temperature in-
creases.
Over many miles of driving a
catalyst may become less and less '
active. However, the very low cost j
potential of the new materials |
may facilitate the use of a dis-
posable pollution control device.
Also some of the new lead- con-
taining compounds ap|jear to be
somewhat less susceptible than
Card, Games Party Sot
Lincoln Chapter 1288. B'nai
B'rith Women, will host a card and
games party with refreshments
and prizes Wednesday at 100 Lin-
coln Rd.
Rabbi Kipper Returns After 7-Week Israel Study Tour
Rabbi Morris A. Kipper will re- rion of Rabbi Kipper and spon-
turn to the pulpit of Temple Judea
of Coral Gables Friday evening
after a seven week study tour in
Israel.
Some 40 local high school stu-
dents, who were under the direc-
sored by the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation, will receive high
school credit for participation in
this carefully integrated study and
travel program.
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Grades two through five will at- j
tend a new Sabbath program in
place of Sunday attendance. Week-
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for both confirmation and Hebrew
High School.
The Sabbath program wi'l in-
clude a period of worship in which
children will participate, conduct-
ing and creating meaningful serv-
ices. Time will also be devoted to
music instruction and regular
studies. ,
Two weekend retreats at a near-
by camp are being planned for
confirmation and Hebrew High
.School students. These Kalal'ot.
informal study sessions, will o'fer
teen-agers a unique cxj>erienee in
Jewish living.
In addition to the regular He-
brew program, special non-graded
classes are schedule 1 offering in-
dividualized instruction to meet
the student's needs.
Parents are urged to register
their children immediately for Beth
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and Hebrew High Schools. Re-
registration is also necessary for
students who have attended the
school previously.
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Ford Motor Co. Presents
4uto Equipment To Schools
Eleven automobile engines, 10 According tP lul Bell, dealer
transmissions and 18 auto air-con- community affairs cochairrnan, pel-
ditioning units, valued at more ucational institutions-in 4S states
than 836.000. h^va-bcen prr^optad-^oceivjed .automotive equiptienl
to 10 Parip County
by Ford Motor Co.
Dade County Ford
Mercury dealers.
high schools
through the
and Lincoln-
Mrs. Ethel Beckham, Dade County School Board member,
was on hand at Southwest High to accept part of the $36,000
worth of automotive training equipment donated to the
school system by the Ford Motor Co. through its Dade Ford
and Lincoln-Mercury dealers. Les Reitman, (left) president
of Courtesy Ford and cochairman of the dealers' commun-
ity affairs committee, and Emest ]. Macchio, school board
teacher-coordinator of industrial education auto mechanics.,
look on as Mrs. Beckham checks out some of the equipment,
[which included engines, transmissions and air-conditioning
I. units. The donation was in conjunction with Ford's national
'aid to education program to provide up-to-date equipment
for training student auto mechanics.
Holmes Brnddock. school boaM
chairman and vice chairman Wil-
liam Turner accepted thp equip-
ment on behalf of the school In
ceremonies at North Miami High
School.
According to Les Reitman, co-
ehairman of the Dade Count.'
Dialer C-nnmunitv Affairs Com-
mittee, the donation is part of
Ford Motor Company's national
aid to education program which
provides schools with up-to-date
equipment for training student
auto mechanics.
Ford officials said the laree
number of air-"ondit:oning unit'
is a reflection of buyer preference
in South Florida where most new
'ars are sold with that ontion and
here is a constant need for skilled
technicians to service them.
Along with the equipment, Fo'-d
irovided the schools with teach-
;ng aids, including service manu-
als, lesson plans and instructor's
notes.
Sneeific schools rece'vi-g the
equipment were: Dorsey Sk'll Cen-
ter. Hialeah. Douglas Ma "Arthur
Ca-ol City. M'a"M Ja"ks->n. Miami
High. South Dade, Southwest ar.d
N'o-th MiaiM.
worth more than $" million from
Ford in 1971.
The aid-to-cduc-ition contribu-
Dovid Schachfer
JEFFREY GOLDEN
Jeffrey Howard, the son of Mr.
id Mrs. Irving Golden, will be-
Ame a Bar Alit/.vah at Beth
orah Congregation Saturday.
Eg. 19. at 8:30 a.m.
The celebrant, an honor student
Hebrew School, is a member of
Be Torah class at Beth Torah's
larold Wolk Religious School.
attends Norland Junior High
bhool, where he is in the eighth
lade.
berome a Bat Mitzvah Sunday.
Aug. 20, at the Sterling Hotel with
Rahbi Ralph Z. Glixman officiat-
ing.
Mindy. an eighth grade student
at Wi plays flute in the school band and
is an active member of USY
Among guests will he the cele-
brant's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Lo Baron and Mr. and Mrs. E1
Kli( ran. and Mr and Mrs. Victor
Si men.
.-V
MARK POSTHUMUS
Mark E., son of Mr. and Mrs
will be called
to the Torah Saturday, Aug. 19,
ipJe Zamora,
12 PLACE SETTINGS
(79 PIECES)
SYRACUSE CHINA
(Bracelet Pattern)
22 K Gold Decorated,
perfect condition.
Call 864-5700 for appt.
|Mr. and Mrs. Golden will spon-
thc Kiddush following the ser-
es and host a reception and din- | ^'^ p^m"St
at the Deauville Hotel in
nor of the occasion.
Lmong the guests will be Jef-
grandparents, Mis. Florence
,, Is and Mr. and Mrs.
|den and his aunts and uncles.
and Mrs. Harry Grcensiein
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Vv du-
ll, from New York City.
it is &
Mai '< i- a devoted student at the :
li > i brew School an l an
i ighth grade stii-i nt at Ponce
High School; he is a rtive
in thi hand, where he specializi
in the drums.
H0II1
STRICTLYKOSHEP CUISINt
Serted in the WALOMAN M.nner
under (u) Supemjion
Enjoy the .
HUM HOLY DAYS
With the Waldman Family
Traditional Holiday
Services on Premises
Conducted by
Prominent Cantor
Appropr
MARIO WEBBIN
[ario, the son ot tar. and Mrs.
Ii s Werbin, will be called to
Torah as a bar MiUvan Sat-
ay morning, Aug. 19, at Beth
ah Congregation.
A seventh grade student at
John Y. Kennedy Junior High
School, the ceieurant is in tne
(th Grade class at beth lorahs
old Wolk Religious School. He j
a recent winner of a spelling
in his piade.
Anu its at the festivities
: [a 'k's grand tarents, Mr.
and Mrs. William Milhnvi, an I
I i it-grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs, '- is Abramowitz (Nee Rose
tfr -U -to
Mi' HAKI. FO^S
M hael, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
.v Ross of Miami Beach, will
Bar Mit/vah Saturday.1
Aug. 19. at Agudath Israel He-
bri Institute.
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his Bar Mitzvah training at the
. is whool of Agudath Israe'
I!, : ,-.v institute.
A reception in honor of the Bar
Temple Tifereth Israel, will MJt2V1 h ;n he hosted by his
^anTSS in Ih" lmmedi-
ter, i a,f -y
id is in the seventh grade at
orne School, Coral Gables.
and Mrs. Schachter will host
ush in their son's honor af-
lano's parents will sponsor the
liuis:: following the services in
: Among the guests will
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Spuinboig
Mr. and Mrs. Wolf \\ erbin.
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Sy Michelle, daughter of Mr.
Irs. Marshall Klieman, will
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lions are made in cooperation wit|
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Page 14-B
vJewlst' Fk>rSdliar
Friday, August 12
EH1 m M pC>\ A r f ^
ZltiBm
The "Israel 25" Committee, formed to organize the Greater
Miami celebration of the State of Israel's 25th anniversary,
includes (from left to right) Bert S. Brown, president of the
Florida State Association of B'nai B'rith Lodges; Mrs. Ronald
Jay, Broward-North Dade president of B'nai B'rith Women;
Mrs. Leonard Pechenik, immediate past president, Florida
Region, Women's American ORT; Jack Levine. representa-
tive of Hamashimim, and Mrs. Bernard J. Kessler, vice presi-
dent. Greater Miami Section, National Council of Jewish
Women.
Helping plan the local celebration of Israel's 25th anniver-
sary are "Israel 25" Committee members (from left) Mrs.
Morris Herman, president of the Miami Chapter of Hadas-
sah: Mrs. Irving Wexler, president of the Women's Division
of Greater Miami Jewish Federation; Harry Schuldiner, Jew-
ish Labor Committee representative; Mrs. Phillip F. Thau,
past president, Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah, and
Mrs. Maxwell Weisberg, chairman, Hadassah Zionist Youth
Commission.
Lake Point Towers Offers
Hallandale Island Luxury
The Lake Point Tower Condo-
minium resort, located on Golden
Isle in Hallandale, is the prime
achievement of the building industry by Sam
Brown.
The 14-story, 208-apartment con-
dominium complex was deserted by
architects Cook. Iteifl Associates
1o occupy only 12'.' of the total
Jand area. Styled in a cloverleaf
pattern, Lake Point Tower will
be accessible through a private.
300-ft. double drive entrance. Roy-
al palm trees and fountains are
featured. The complete entrance
perimeter is walled in giving the
complex an estate image.
Initially approached throucn a
gatehouse housing a television se-
curity system, Lake Point Tower
will stind on a five-acre site, sur-
rounded by approximately 900 feet
of water frontage on three s'des.
Ea?h apartment will face water,
with the east end of the building
facing the ocean.
Included are a scenic bicycle and
jogging track, a private fishing and
boat dock, ,i private lake and an
emengency generator system which
will operate some corridor lighting
and all elevators.
Lake Point Tower ;ilso will of-
fer an elalxtrate community rec-
reation comolex centering aroutrl
an all-purpose clubhouse. It is rl>-
siglted with a lobby for residents
and guests to socialize and a
double card room where men and
women cm pwlnv leisure hours in
separate quarters.
A large and fully equipped gym
and shufIkboard area. nool an I
pool deek with a second level sun
deck, billiard room, library and
read'ng room, kitchen, sauna* and
health clubs for men and women
round out the recreation facility.
The leggy will have a doorman
at the entrance operating a elos circuit TV system, so that resi-
dents can focus their TV sets on
their guests js an added security
measure. All corridors will be air-
ronditioned, and the outside park-
ing areas abundantly landscaped.
Each floor of I.ake Point Tower
will have 15 units served through
a core facility of elevators in the
center of the building. Disburse-
ment from that core will be about
50 feet maximum in any direction
to serve each of the apartments.
The lobby will have a doorman
different types of apartments in
the one, two and two bedroom
convertible styles ranging in price
from 526.000 to $40,003. The cor-
ner apartments will feature an
entrance coffered celling design to
create an entry dimension to the
apartments.
Each apartment will maximize
views of the water, with all ex-
posure walls designed in glass col-
umn-to-column on the outside ]to-
riniitcr coming up from the bulk-
bead. Apartment terraces will ave-
rage 7 x 16 ft., and will be screened
ror comfort and privacy.
To enhance the comfort and ele-
gance of each unit, I,ake Point
Tower will offer a foyer at the
entrance of each apartment with
an adjacent powder room while
the dining area and halls leading
to the bedrooms wMl be finished in
marbelized tile flooring rather
than carpeting to avoid staining
from .spillage. Kah anartment
will also have individual trunk and
bulk storage facilities.
Only minutes awav from Gulf-
stream Park, the Hollywood Dog
Track and two fine golf courses.
Lake Point Tower will afford >vc-
. eat ion and relaxation in a most
unusual setting that s|>c]!.s con-
venience, security and privacy.
Atlantic Coast Development
Company is the general contrac-
tor ami Washington Savin"* ft
Loan Association of Miami Beach
is the mortgage lending institu-
tion. Completion of Ibis project is
scheduled at the end of the next
12 months.
Israel Trains
Directors For
Mew Centers
The firsl class of 20 Israeli stu-
dents recently completed a special
12-month graduate course for com-
munity center directors and work-
ers and are now taking positions
in centers throughout Israel as
directors, counselors and field
workers.
Details of the five-year program
were revealed this week by the
loint Distribution Committee,
J-DO which is a major benefic-
iary of the United Jewish Appeal.
The training program, which
has been named after Dr. Joseph
J. Schwartz, former director-gen-
eral of the JDC, was inaugurated
last year to train top echelon cen-
ter |>ersnrmcl at the Hebrew Uni-
versity's Paul Baerwald School of
.Social Work in Jerusalem. The
UJA receives funds from the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
The 20 si udents who have com-
pleted their training will be tak-
ing over leading i>ositions in 19
existing community centers in Is-
rael. Addit:onal graduates over the
next four years of the program
will help staff some 60 new com-
munity centers which will be built
within the next five years.
Dialogue On
Drugs At Y
Wednesday at 7:.'!() p.m.. the
Young Men's and Young Woman's
Hebrew Assoc'ation (YM-YWHAi
will hold the third in a scries of
Drug Kducational programs on
barbituatcs.
This program is sponsored by
the "Y" and is open to all who
wish to attend and participate in
'he discussion.
Present for this third program
will be Dave Oersh of Spectrum
House, Dr. Barry Crown of the
University of Miami Drug Abuse
Center, and Dr. Barry Sorkin. a
Dcdlatrician who has also been in-
volved in methadone treatment
programs at Jackson Memorial
Hospital.
Prccedin'." the program will lv
a film dealing with barbituntes
followed by a panel discussion.
with questions from the floor. The
dialogue wi'l be he'd in the rvo'-le"
Key Room of the "Y," 8500 SW Bth
St.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No 70-4191
IN RES: B*tare ..f
.violtltis KAPLAN
Dect Rued.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION _,
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that W
have filed the Final Report and Pert-
lion for Distribution and Final Bis-
charm as Administrators ol the --
late ol MORRIS KAPLAN, d......ased:
and thai on the till day of Septem-
ber, IMS, will apply I" the Honorable!
County Judges of Dade County,
Florida, for approval of said Final
Report and for distribution and final I
discharge as Administrators of the
estate of ths above-named decedent.
This J7 day of July. 1*71
iliulys Diamond
Joseph BJchmler
JOSEPH SCHM1ER, ESWl'IRE
Attorney
Of Lincoln Rond. Suite 2";
.Miami Beach. Florida 33139
V J1 -1 s-m
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT C* thi
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIP
OF FLORIDA IN AND F.
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION 72-i
SUIT FOR DISSOLUTl--.
OF MARRIAGE
JEROME 1* PERLOW,
l'.tii iciinr
VM.
lit IN NIK I. P Kit l.(W.
Respondent
TO. RONNIE l Pi:ill. < o 11y Gardner
II'. Stratford I:
Brooklyn, NeW York
Y"U, HUA.Mf, L, ii-;i{ly
hereby notified that a Bill
plaint for Dissolution ol Mar'
been filed against you. ami
required to serve a copy of
ewer or Pleading to 'he itiit"
idaint or, the Plaintiffs r
RONALD A. ALTER. ESQ. .-, 1
VER WEINSTEIN A 8TACBE |V
jr." Lincoln Road, Miami Bea. y,, 1
Ida and f'le the ordinal At. ,r r J
Pleading in the office of th,. .
, the Circuit Court on or bofor
day of September, 197:'. If yen,
i do he, judgment by default
| taken against you for the r
i mnndotl in the Rill of CompL
This notice shall he publis]
-rti
At
!
NOTICE IS 1IEREHV GIVEN that each week for four consccutl
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in Utlaiuesa under the fictitious name
Of Snug Ilaibnr Towtthouses at lath
Avenue anil loth Court, N.W. North
Riv.r Drive, Miami. Florida Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
ilie i it. n.i Court of Dade County,
Florida.
COINTRY ADDITIONS. INC..
a Florida corporation
Byj Eleanor Hand. Vice President
Myers, Kaplan. Porter, Levlnson &
Ki-nln
Attorneys for Applicant
R/18-1'5 9 1-S
in THE JEWISH FTiORIDIA.N
DONK AND ORDERED at '
Florida, this ^T day of Julv ,\ -
E. B, WEATHERMAN, c
Circuit Court. Dade C.untv
By: R E SHEA
Deputy Clerk
iCir, nit Court BeaM
ItONAI.D A. ALTER. BSQ
.- n flROVBR WBIN8TF.IN
STAKRER. PA.
3.".n Lincoln Road
Ulntnt Reach, Florida
Attornoy for Plaintiff
* I
1 0-|(

NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HI VEX that
the undersigned, desiring to encage
in business under the fictitious name
of INTEK-AMERICAN MACHINEKV
COMPANY at :..-.r,:. COLLINS AVE .
MIAMI REACH. FLOItlI>.\ intend to
register said name With the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
John I.uhar
Mary Andre
8/11-1S-!
9/1
IN THE COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-3468
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
lea UOLDFEIN
Deceased,
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
ToU are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and ilcinunls
Which you may have against the es-
tate of LEA ooI.DFEIN deceased
late of Dade County. Florida, to the
County Judges .'f Dale County, and
tile the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.in. Florida, stat-
utes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Klorida.
wllhln six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof, or
the sum.- will he barred.
Dated at .Miami. Klorida. this :'] day
ol July. AD. 1S7S.
LAURENCE COl.DKEIN
As Executor
First publication of this notl
i'i. 28 day of July, 1^7l'.
FROMBERG, FROMBERC1 &
ROTH, PA.
By: PHILIP M. SEGAL.
Attorney for Executor
Suite M-mS, Biscayne Bids.
Miami, Fla,
7 58 -.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 0- ~Ht
11TH JUOICIAL CIRCUI- OF
FLORIDA IN AND FO =
DADE COUNTY.
No. 72.15196
NOTICE BY PUB'-ICA- jN
IJi 'I1P.Y DELL HIOIILS
Plaintiff,
LESSIi: MAE HFJIIES
Defendant,
YOC, I.essie MAE HFGH rr|.
deuce Route 'I-"?13. Rmndnn,
Rlppl, are required to file your r
to the eomnhiint herein filed
or. i n pen r.-.i
The West 55 ft Of the Soul :'
ft. of the East 29:'..'. ft. ..1 1
WEST t ittt E RTVRR. sen lint
to the Plat thereof as recorded ii
rial Rook M, Page IS. Of tin Pull,
lie Records of Da/Ie Count.
Ida :
ALSO KNOWN AS:
25. Block 5. WEST I.ITTI.;: illV-
ER. ai-conRner to the Plat ',.-...'
as recorded in Plat BnoV 11 t'.,.v
7'. ..f the Public Records ..: Out
c.uiity. Florida,
vith tlie Clerk of he ubove C Serve n copy ibrn-of unon l|.'m>
r- i... r- 1310-II c.n-r. .
Miami. Florida, on or before Vinnml
?R, 1972. or else nnmnlnlni
confessed- Dated: July 2.
E P.. LPIVTHERM V V
Clerk. Cireu" Com-
B] i: M. RIRSKi:
Deputy Cler*
M
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s|
1.11.

, o|
IEGAL NOTKI
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERF.PY OIVEN that
the un.lrrsliriied. deslrttUt to enence in
business under the fictitious name of
A Sda, AVE REAL at number 1181
W. FUigler Street. In the City of
Miami. Florida, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of node County, Florida.
Dated at Miami. Dade. Florida,
this l'7t)l 'It- "' toiv 1070
T,ns n. ^JOPF.7.
P.ODOI.FO L. LOPEZ
8'4-I1-1S-i'.-i
I-
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY lilVEN that
Ihe undersigned, desiring to ensnsc ill
business under the fictitious namey nf
lieorgetown Contemporary 1 iall.-n mij
ilcrgei-hii Contemporary Furniture
si ':l \" E 179th St.. N. Miami. Fin.
:"'K2 intends to register said name?
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
Ueoiwiovvn Galleries, Inc.
Jack III1111. President
TAI.IAXOFF eV RADER
Attorneys for
n..nr....|..>.-n it-."'ries. Inc.
12" IJncoln Rond
Mlnntl Reach, Fla.
538-7.137
: :v s i-n-iv
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORID-*
IN PROBATE
No 75-1888 Dowlinq
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
,, ,, I.Eo M. DISTANT
To All Creditors and All Pel Ha
ling claims ..r Demands Am
Estate:
You ure hereby notified and r< iuir
to present any claims and Inim-
which you may have asainsi Ihe
tale of LEO M. ltrSTANY r|......n-
'late of Dade Countv. Florida, 10 '!-
County Judtes of Dade County,
1 file the same in duplicate and .- PI*
; vlded In Section 733.li:, Florida Slat-
; tiles, in the County Courthouse
I Dade County, Klorida. within
' endar months from the llmi
first publloatloon hereof, or tie -
-^x ill be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, t'u- i'A
. day of July. AD. 1972.
WALLACE N". MAF.P.
Suite No. 1. Court View I'M--.
P
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-16737
Notice of Suit
IN THE MATTER OF
Adontion of minor child
by Stepfather:
P.KHARD LEONARD BBROER,
Petitioner
TO: JAMES JOSEPH VEt si
D9 Maniand Ave
Stateti Island, New- York
i'OtJ ARE HERF.RY NOTIFIED
that an action for Adoption has been
filed against you ill the above styled
court, and I hat you are required t..
nerve a copy of your Answer or
Pleadings if any. to it on the Peti-
tioner's attorney ROBERT 11
BTTINS. RRQUTRE, :::." Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Florida and fli.- the
original with the Clerk of above
nyhd Court on or before the 20
day of September, l72; otherwise a
iudgineiit may be entered RRntnst you
for the relief demanded in the Com-
plaint.
WITNESS, my hand and seal of
said Court on Auaust 15, 1872
E 1! LEATHBRMAN
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County, Klorida
By L. SNEEDEN
Deputy Clerk
(' ir.-uit Court Seall
Roi.eri H Burns Esquire
350 Lincoln lid.
Miami Beach, Fla.
Attorney for Petitioner
< 18-25 n 1 -s
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
'NO PROPERTY!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIOA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-16689
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
DERRA PEARL AKSTI.V
Wife
and
HUGO CHfltSTOPHBR AUSTIN, .IK
Husband
TO: Hugo Christopher Austin, Jr.
Residence Unknown
Yor ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are reouired to serve n cojiv ..f
your written defenses, if any, to it
on Stanley E. Goodman,, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is 2688 N.W,
2nd Street. Miami, Florida 38147, and
file ihe original with the clerk of
the above styled curt on or before
September SO, 1973: otherwise a de-
fault will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the......iplalnl
or petition.
This notice shall be published ........
..oli week for four consecutive week*
in THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
r said court at Miami, Klorida on this
14 dn> of Aug 1972.
E. It I.EATHERMAN,
As Clerk. Circuit Court
I lade ounty, Florida
By c. M. BEAII8E
As DeOUt) Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Stanley E Goodman
2C88 N VV. Bind Street
Miami, Klorida 33148 691-5831
Attorney for Petitioner
s is.--. :, i .<
1440 XIV 14h Avenue
Miami, PI. 881SS
Ah Administrator
First publication of this
Hie 4 day of August. 1972.
WALLACE N. MARK
Attorney for Admtnlstratot
Suite No. I, t.'ourt View Bldii
14i NW 14th Av.,
Miami. Fl. 331:.".
i t-ll-D
IN
THE COUNTY JUDGES C0URT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-3982 {
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: E-tati.- of
LENA STOCK
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons ml-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Estate:
Yon are hereby notified and reqnlra
to present ;mj claims and dl lili-li'ts
which jNti may have nsrainsi ih< w.
Isle of 1 EN V STOCK dec.i.s..1 fcttl
of Dad,- County, Florida, to the ""'
ly Judges of 1 side county, mnl fin
the same in duplicate and hi >"
M.I..I in Section 733.16. Florida Stilt-
Ules, In th.ir offices iii the CountI
Courthouse in I Hide CnUJIty, Fl.....'
within -i\ ealendar month" from t*
time of the first publication hereof.
Or the same "ill be barred
Dated at Miami. Klorida, this
of August, AD. 1972.
Sidney M Vron.o IIS
As Executor of the Estate of
Lena Stock
First publication of this notl
the II day of August, 1972.
AKONOVTTK, SILVER BOOTH
Attorneys for Estate of Lena H
deceased
908 Ainsley Hull.line. Miami. Fla,
s ll.1v.23
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August 18 1972
Jewist> ncrSdUmr
Page 15-B
Obituaries
UJA Official, 71
:TK PLAINS,NY. (JTA)
\f\ services wrc hold here
for IiOo Bernstein, rlirco-
the fieM staff of the United
Appeal of Greater New
or 23 years, who died All?.
the see of 71. lie retired
hj UJA no^t List February.
>\-\iee with the UJA dated
s inoemion in 19.'19. He was
-.1 t.i executive rank soon
World War II and was re-
:>> for the entire field staff
be was named director of
... gifts in 1970.
ENSTRAUCH
ICeinhurd. '17.. of ffthlacu* !*-
Mijimi [Sarh. A n.atfw Miam-
.6 WOS :l gradual-' of Mhtnii
g*nlor High School and the
Colles* of Medical tv.'I'-u.i-
yr.f hail .-wed as a Visla Vo|-
. She is riurvlved by her hus-
Alan, hW parents Mr. anil
K-nry Rein hard, two brothers.
. n Rclnhard, all of Miami Beach.
were held at Gordon F*u-
Kome with Interment In Alt
* metery,
i J., r.r. t.r w EMirewarler !>r..
'..il'le~ |KtM*ed away l-'riday. A
ronldenl coming from \w-
N J. Mr. Rand wan a praotlc-
|attorne>' In Miami Rtnce i -I *
*vw a memner of the Florida
.>:: - th*' last past president **(
ft ml Palette t'luh. Surviving is
idow, Freda, son and datifch-
pi;-la\v. Air. and Airs. Richard
three grandmaa, brother Irv-
PTo: HlllHlde. N.J., sister EHftle Pel-
-l Summit. X.J. Serviies were
: t Riverside Hemorlal Chapel,
tf\V S7th Ave. tntormenl in All.
metery.
G E L B
MONUMENTS INC.
Opei tilery Day Closed Sobboth
140 SW 57th Ave. MU 1-8583
tiorr.i i Only Strictly Jewish
Monument Dealer
EPSTEIN. Joseph, St. 71.....can Dr.
M.lli Bktsberg.
GOLDBERG. Iterlha. 8'\ 631 13th Si ,
M.B. Blasberg.
GOLDMAN. Albert, of Marten
I !lirN-ils. Levitt.
GOLDMAN, Sylvia. .': 78S1 Abbott
Ave.. M.P.. Blesberg.
HIRSCH, Albert K. 10245, Collins Ave..
Hnl Harbour. Riverside
KARMEN. Sophi.-. 0'i. of Hallandale
Riverside.
KLAVANS. Sarah, X9 ::'.( Ocean Dr.,
M.H. Blasberg.
KODROFF. Martin, l4ii B.W.
llh Ave. Blasberg.
zonies. Ida, 7. 6" VVesI Ave.,
M.H. Rlveralde.
GALUTZ. Wasiiiy N-. 8'-'. 1' !*.W.
2Hth Ter. Newman.
GOLOFIELO. Hen. 71. Of M.B.
Riverside. Interment Star of David.
GOLDMAN, Flame. 4141 Nautilus
Dr.. M.B. Riverside.
kirsch, David, ti7. of Hollywood.
Levitt.
PERLSTEIN, Dr. William II.. 7'.'. of
M.H. Riverside,
ramras. Stanley, 44. of Miami.
Riverside. Interment Stur of David.
SEPLOW. Evelyn. SS. *!' Collinii Ave..
Ave.. mi:. Blasberg
WEINSTE1N, Philip 8.. 75, of M.M.B.
Riverside.
belinsky. Pannle, 83, 3840 B.W.
7i'ih Ave. Gordon.
levine. Beatrice, 84, 1600 Bay Rd .
M.B. Qordon. Interment Star o(
David.
lieberman. Abraham, 7::. 15610
N !:. (lib Ave.. N.M.B. Gordon.
Obrentz. Clara, 75, 000 Meridian
Ave.. M.B. Riverside.
TATKEN. Cuss M 71, of M.B,
Riverside.
COHEN. Harry. 85, 0( Miami. Itlver-
side. Interment Star of David,
CROWN. Belle. 58, of N.M.B,
Riverside.
GUSOWSKY. Louis. 7". 1020 Meridian
Ave.. M.B. Riverside
miller. Bessie OenoVn. 77. of
.Miami. Riverside,
sandrowitz, Pannle. 7. I....."b si .
Ml'.. Riverside.
Schwartz. Pearl, ;. N.M.B
Riverside.
ALBERT. Rae, 65, 1366 S VV. 88th
Ter. Rlveralde.
baron. Irving.
cohen. Benjamin B., SO, of MB.
Rlveralde,
PECK. Bdltb, So, I4."l Ocean Dr..
M.B. Gordon. Intermem Star of
David.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-1*813
IN UK: The Marriage of
ESTHER CL'IIIIV,
Wife,
and
johk a. ci:nav.
Husband.
TO: .Mr. John A. Curry
4.",7 Baal I78ih Street
UroiiN. New York 1"4.".7
YOU ARB HEREBY NOTIF1KD
that n Petition for Dissolution ol Mar-
riace has been filed against you, and
you are required to serve a ropy of
yoor answer or pleadinns 10 the ivtl-
lion. on the Petitioner, BBTHBR
CCKHY. whose address. Ik 27"t B.W,
33rd Court, Miami, Florida 13131, and
file the original answer or pleading
in the office of the Clerk of the above
styled Court on or huforo the 1:0 day
of September, 1072, in default of
which Petition will be taken as con-
fassed against you.
Dated this I', day of Auk. 1!*7l'.
K. II. L-EATHERMAN
Clerk of the t'irruit Court
Dade County, Florida
C. M BBARSli ll.C,
(Circuit Court Seal)
8/U-J5 'J. I-8
LEGAL N0TKE
LEG At NOIKt
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-2455
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in i:i; Bututo of
BAMCEL G. MAI.KAN'.
I deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Bav-
ins: ClalfMN or Demands Against Said |v *p- .r(i~ X|7,V~V, ,!, "
l-AI'ltKNA WILIJAMS, Wife
Pet 11 loiter
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH(
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-11595
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MA41RIA(rc
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-3955
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: l-.'state of
CLARA M. PBLSBB
1 >eeeased.
To All Creditors ami All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Agalnsi Bnld
hist ate:
i'ou are hereby notified ami re-
quired to present any nlalms and de-
mands which you may have agalnsi
the esia.....f CLARA M PBL8BR de-
ceased late of Dade County, Plorlila,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
ami file the same in duplicate and as
provided in section 733.16, Plarldn
Statutes, In their office* in tin Coun-
ty Courthouse iii Dftde County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the flrsl publication here-
of, or ihe same will be barred.
Dateil at Miami. Ploridn, this
day of Aug., A.D. I72.
IlichHrd I. Kroop,
Attorney for Executor
I'irsi publication of this notice i
; the IK day of Aukum, li'7^.
, KICIIAltD I. Kill" IP
Attorney for JOSEPH FEHI.KR, ,ll:
EXECrTOH
Suite 'd-. 42" Lincoln ltd.
I Miami Beach, Florida 538-7575
8 18-25 1-s
You are hereby notific-d and requln
to |ir.-s.-nl any elaims and dem llld*
which you may have against the es-
tate of BAMCELO. MAI.KAN deceas-
ed late of Dad.- County, Florida, to
the Count}' JudgM of Dade County,
and file ihe same in duplicate and as
provided in section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in the County Courthouse in
Dade County. Florida, within si\ cal-
endar months from the time of the
first publication hereof, or the same
will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this (1
das of July, A.D. IOT2.
KITH BRONSON
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 23 day of July, l!'7J
InSF.PH KCHMIER, ESQ.
Attorney for Batata
6n5 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Flotilla
7 88 S 4-11-18
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NO. 72-13625
NOTICE OF ACTION
IRVING CYPEX, Trustee,
Plaintiff,
ami |
JAME8 WILLIAMS, Husband
Respondem 1
TO: JAMBH WILLIAMS
1.V17 N.F. Miami Place
Miami. Florida
YOC ARE HBRRBV N'HTIHKD
Hint an action for DlMHohllion of Mar-
riage has been fib-d against you and
you arc required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it
on Dani'-I Rotter, attorney fop Peti-
tioner, whos- address Is 1003 Congress
Building, Miami. Florida, and file,
the original wiih. the Clerk of the
above snleil court on before Auc-
usl 31. 1878: otherwise a default will
he entered against you for the r. \lttt
demanded In the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weukg
in Till: JEWISH Fl.ORIDI",N.
WITNEK8 my ha nil and the seal of
said court al Miami, Florida on this
:i, day of July 1052
i: U LBATHBItMAM,
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dad,- County. Florida
By c. P. opfi and
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
DANIEL ItF.TTKi: 1
loo.* ("ongress Building
j Miami. Florida 38132
! Attorney for Petitioner
7 :; t-ii-18
CLAIRE WARREN. LESLIE
KENRICK, NANCY WINTERS,
PATRICIA BTITT8 and STANLEY
WARREN, a.- Bxecutorof Ihe
Ksiai.. ol Paul Warren,
de. eased,
Dctemlant'--.
lc LESLIE KENI1II IC
IM>. Bun P120
Freeporl, Bnhumiis
I PATRICIA S'll'TI's
88A Eaton Crest Drive
Katoaiovv ii. New Jersey "77_'l
YOC AND BACH OF YOP ARE TlIK .MARRIAGE OF
HEREBY' NOTIFIED thai an action OROIHIK W I'l.V.V.V,
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 OP MARRIAGE
IN RB
14
tor Interpleader has been Bled against
I you ami von are required to serve a
] copy oi" yom- Answer or other written
del. i,-.-, il any, to it on ALAN B.
HRODY, i:S(.'.. CYPEN .i NEVINS,
Attorneys for Petitioner, whose nd-
I dress is Sl'.'. Arthur Godfrey Road,
.Miami Ib-.ich, Florida 38140, and file
the original wiih the clerk of the
nbi \.- styled court on or before Aug-
ust :il 1072: otherwise a default will
':......."red against you for the relief v,. written defenses, if any, to it mi
the complaint RONALD J. PATH, Attorney for Peti-
tioner, who.-, address is 2629 South
i
I Palmers
Miami Monument Company
|3279 S.W. 8th Street, Miami
44-0921 444-0922
Open Sunday thru Friday
rsonalixed Memorials Custom
Crofted In Our Own Workshop.
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10CAL AND OUf OF STATE
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Husband
.....I
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Wife
TO: MARGARET >'. I'l.VXN"
lain Palrvieu Load
Woodlyu, Pa,
YOC ARE HRRBBT NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution ol Mar-
, rlnge has been filed agalnsi you and
you tire required to serve a copy of
EMANUEL GORDON-1946
HARRY GOROON-1964
IKE GORDON
JAMES B GORDON
on
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III TUB JEWISH PLOIUDIAN.
WITNESS my Maud and the seal of
, said cnurl III Miami. Florida. Oil this
36 .lav of July, 11.72.
B. B. LEATHBRMHN,
A- Clerk. "it. iii I Com I
I Dade County, Florida
l:> c p. CDPELAND
I A~ Denut) Clerk
: ALAN II. DRODY
, CYPEN NEVINS
Al tornoj for Pel it loner
Mil tic Hem It, PI.....In ::.:i m
7,2-S S 111 lv
llayshore Drive. Miami, Florida, and
fib- the original with Ihe Clerk ot the
above styled eourl on or before Sept.
15, l"2: otherwise a default will be
filtered agalnsi you for ihe rellel n\ -
niaieled in the Complain! or Petition,
TIMS \nTICI-: shall be published
once i-iii-h week I".-1 four consecutive
u., I.. iii THE JEWISH F1.0RIDIA.V.
WITNESS my baud and the Heal ot
-.ml I ..ill I III .Miami. Dad. Cliniy,
II..11.la Hii-- day of Aug 1072.
B II LEATHER.MAN,
Clerk, t'iicuii Courl
Dad. i 'ounty, Florida
ID RONAI D TAI'THNHA S
| .i (Circuit I '..in i Hen I)
I > ;.im \ i 'lei k
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE RONALD J FATH Vttomey
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND! 202!' South llnyshori Drive
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA Miami, Florida
l CASE NO. 72-15078 I A.....n.-\ for Pelllloneri
division. s I: -is 23 .' i
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
. In the MlllTllUe of: IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
. HIMON SKIRPSTI'NAS IN AND FOR
husb.llld DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
and I IN PROBATE
JEAN ETTA SKIRPSTCNAS, No. 72-3982
ii'e I,, UK Kstute ..I
YC, JEANETTA SKIRPSTi NAS. j |,|.;na STUCK
llesiileuec I'llkllO'.VII, a I*. notified I" *|l, ,e,ise.|
serve a eopj of your answer lo I'.ii- NOTICE OF PROBATE
I lion Pur Dissolution ..t Marriage riled, THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
.
Our
Funeral Directors
have over
100 years of
ombined experience
serving the
Jewish Community.
PARK .SIDE
r?>^
Call 24 hrs. a day:
864-3774
':!,
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for all N V branches
all collect 24 hrs 8d*i
(212) 896-9000
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
720 71st Street (near Indian Creek Drive)
Other Par* fide chope'f ore 'ocoled >n
BROOKtYN 1283 Coney Island Avenue
BROOKLYN Church Ave. near Flatbush Ave.
BRONX 134S Jerome Ave., near 170 Street
FOREST HILLS Oueent Blvd., at o6th Avenue
MANHATTAN Broadway and 66th Street
MONTICELLO, N.Y. 19S Broadway
maiidid within sis calendar months
(Circuit Court Seill """' ** ,,ft,e "f ,h """ Publication
. ,t | il.,."!' this notice io ai.....ar in said Court]
ami show cause, if any you can. "by!
_ th. action ..f said Court in admin uiirl
i said will to probate should uoi sianclf
UlireVOKell
PRANK B. DOWLINO
. 'ounty Judge
Bj MEI.IIA c DICK
Clerk
ARON'nVITK. SILVER &. IMMtTH
Al '..in. v Estate of Lena Sloi k,
,1------I-,.I
'....- Musley RuildhiK
.Miami. Florida 33132
i.'li-.llil ..in Si III i
Flrsl publication of Ihlx noil.....n ih
11 tin) ol August, I!i72
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO 72-15037
.VCTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
. IN I: I
1 :-:: M.DI.VK IIARBA KA
I |)|KICKS! N,
Pclil <.....i.
and
I Itl'IIF.liT BDWIN DIRICKS'lN,
rtespoml, hi
'I'm RtiBKRT EDWIM DIR1I KSN
, ., Winnie Roe, Mollli I
P i l:..\ :'"::
D.-er I^oilgc, Montana
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mnr-
riagl aa- I.e. n filed agalnsi you and
you ai- i.iiuire.l to serve a copy ol
your written defenes, it -iny. to It on
BAXTKII .v- PRIBDM VN, attorney for
Petitioner, whose addresf is iv7.". N.E
IClIrd sir.-et. North Miami Beach,
Florid.i. and file ih. original unli the
clerk of the above styled court on or
before Augusl Mli, 1972: otherwise a
default "ill be entered agalnsi > -n
for tin- rellel demanded in Ihe com-
plain! or ptliion.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT.
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
Nd. 71-5263
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In HE: Kstale ..f
nil DA M. LEVY
Deceased
To All Creditors and All Person* Hnvl
ing Claims or Demand.- Agalnsi Sil
Kstale:
V..u ai-.- hereby notifhil and reiiuir.
I., present any claims and demand]
which you may have agalnsi the .-:
late oi HILDA M. LEW deceasi
ii......i Had.- County, Florida, to tin
County Judges of Dad. County, am
file the same in duplicate and as pro
P ThlVImthc "hall be published once vl'led In Se.tlon 733.18 Florida Stai
... 1. .1- f.- r..... ,K,.1.,,li,.,. ,>...U UteS. Ill lllell olll.es III the I "IHll,
tmk ^..wisVi''pi mr Di'Ov lCou"h"r '" ";"'' CV; "'""^
WITNESS my hand and the seal of "'"" six calendar months fr..m ;i.
aid court at M'lami, Florida on thi. 25. '"; "' "" "/'' publication here
, or ih. same v. Ill be barred
t July, l
K It. LBATHERMAN,
.\. Clerk, Circuit Courl
Dnd County, Plorids
lly D RYAN
As Deputy Clerk
(Clr. uii i '..mi S.al I
BAXTER .< FRIEDMAN
| 1X75 N.E, i' 'id Street
I North Miami Reach, Florida
i |ly Han.> [latter
I VI lorn, j tor P 'tltloner
7 '- 1-1! -1
Dated at Miami. Florida, ihis 2|
tla) ol .lul>. A.D l73
ETHEL MEDFt RD HYBRS
AS K\eclltll\
First publication ot this notice
the 4 day ot August, l72,
HERBERT 7. MARVIN
LARSON AND MARVIN
Attorney for Executrix
777 N \\ 7. Avenue
Miami i'l-.i 1.1.. 33I2*J
8, I 11-18-2*1


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Package Processing Log
4/2/2013 12:46:44 PM Error Log for AA00010090_02272 processed at: 4/2/2013 12:46:44 PM
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