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

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

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llfewislli Floridian
Combining THt JEWISH UNITY and THi JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 45 Number 34
Miami, Florida Friday, August 25, 1972
Three Sections Price 2!
Platform Contains Pro-Israel Plank
MIAMI BEACH (WNS)
iThe Republican Platform Com-
jmiHP( adonted a platform
[which contains strong pro-Is-
[rael and Soviet Jewry planks;
Iendorse- the merit system and
[opposes "quotas" in federal civil
I service: favors a system of in-
come tax credits to "a:d public
[ and non-public schools;" and op-
Iposes busing "for racial balance."
The 1.348 delegates at the Re-
publican convention approved
the pla-form virtually without
discussion; hope that the Middle
f East plank would be amended
to include a provision for the
l Nixon Administration to move
I the U S. Embassy from Tel Aviv
to Jerusalem, thus recognizing
the Holy City as Israel's capital,
had already faded before its pres-
entation.
The plank on the Middle Rust
declared that "we support the
right of Israel and Its courage-
ous people to survive and pros-
per in peace" and pledged "help
in any way possible to bring
Israel and the Arah states to
the conference table where they
may negotiate a lasting pence"
and "economic and special refu-
gee assistance to Israel.
On Soviet Jewry, the plank
declared "all persons" have the
"right'' to emigrate from any
country. It added, "we are fully
aware of and share the concern
of many citizens for the plight
of Soviet Jews with regard to
their freedoms and emigration."
The plank on busing com-
mitted the party "to guarantee-
ing equality of educational op-
portunity and to completing the
pnMMi Of ending de jure school
segregation" but added that bus-
ing for racial balance "fails its
stated objective Improved
learning opportunities while
it achieves results no one wants
division within rommunitie*
and hostility between classes and
races. We favor the neighbor-
'""tlrMd on Page 2A
Anger, Concern Expressed
Over Soviet Fee Increase
NEW YORK (WNSI i- News
. that exit fees charged Jews
rishing to leave the Soviet Union
I had been increased up to $20,-
I 000 ba;ed on education brought
protests from American Jewish
1 leaders and demands that the
new fees, which make it virtu-
ally impossible for Jews to emi-
grate from the Soviet Union, be
cancelled. Meanwhile angry Is-
raeli officials announced plans
to organize a worldwide outcry
against what Premier Golda
JWV Elects Tilles
National Commander
HOUSTON, Tex Norman
ID. Tilles of Providence, R.I., a
World War II Air Force officer,
was elected national commander
' of the Jewish War Veterans at
that oicanizution's 77th annual
nationa) convention here. He re-
places outgoing national com-
mander Jerry Cohen, and will
fserve one year.
Mr. Tilles, who graduated
from the- University of Maryland
vith a B.S. degree in business
administration in 1941 at the ae
f 20, entered military service
year later and held the rank
Of first lieutenant while serving
as a radar intelligence special-
ist with the U.S. 8th Air Force
In Europe.
Mr. Tilles has twice received
appointments from the governor
of Rhode Island to sit on the
Regents Advisory Commission
^end to serve as vice chairman
Jof the state Council on Arts.
Addressing some 2,000 dele-
gates at the convention Jerry
Cohen, outgoing national com-
mander, called for deep water
"liberty ports" in Israel and said
the United States must fight for
peace from a position of strength.
Ho charged that U.S. naval
strength in the Mediterranean
is "woefully inadequate."
"With four ports in Egypt,"
he said, "the Soviets could block-
ade Israel, cutting it off from
the West. Our fleet is hardly a
deterrent. We have nine antique
cruisers, they have 25, most of
which a~o attack cruisers al-
most entirely equioped with mis-
siles. We have 95 nuclear-pow-
ered submarines; they have 90
and are building them at the
rate of 2xh to our one. We have
42 conventional submarines,
they have 260. We have G8 land-
ing craft, they have 100.
"The lessons of history have
taught us that a peaceful fu-
ture can only l>e maintained by
a strong contemporary military
deterrent. Indeed, the fact that
Continued on Pp 3-A
Meir called "a price list for
those in a slave market."
The exit fees were increased
from $1,000 to upwards of $20.-
000 depending upon one's edu-
cation. Academicians and tech-
nicians, highly paid by Soviet
standards, earn between $222
and $333 a month.
One official suggested that
the new charge, "higher than
any conceivably justifiable sum."
was made necessary by the high
number of Jewish academicians
who wished to emigrate. The
Soviet Union, lie said, could not
sustain a "brain drain" of such
dimensions.
The Knesset, now in recess,
was reconvened in extraordinary
si-ssion Wednesday for a report
by Premier Golda Mir on the
huge new charges put into effect
Aug. 3. The se.sion was decided
on by the Cabinet at its regular
meeting after hearing reports
from government and Jewish
Agency leaders.
The JTA learned from reli-
able sources today that Israel
plans to approach friendly for-
eign nations with an appeal that
they intercede with Kremlin au-
thorities in an effort to get the
Soviet cdica revoked.
The last time a diplomatic
campaign of this dimension was
mounted for Soviet Jewry was
in 1970 during the Leningrad
hiiack trials. At that time Mrs.
Meir sent personal letter* to a
number of heads of government.
The appeals in this situation
will be relayed at the diplomatic
level, it was reported.
Arab Terrorists Arrested
In Bombing Of El AI 707
By Special Report
ROMETwo Arab terrorists
who had been posing as Iranian
tourists were arrested here last
weekend and charged with at-
tempting to blow up an El Al
jetliner with 149 persona aboard.
The two men. Ahmed Zaid, 32,
of Baghdad, and Ali Hasham. 29,
of Amman, were accused of giv-
ing a booby-trapped phonograph
to two young English girls as
they were departing for Tel
Aviv. The record player, with
the explosive device hidden in it
slipped through the stringent
checks imposed after the Lod
Airport massacre.
The bomb went off 10 minutes
after the Boeing 707 departed
lrom Koine's airport; the craft
was at an altitude of 14,000 feet.
The interior of the baggage
compartment was badly dam-
aged by the blast, but the plal
was able to make an emergend
landing at Rome's Eiumicil
Airport.
No one was seriously injurf
in the incident, but four persol
sustained slight burns. All tl
passengers except the two vSi
continued their journey latj
the same day.
Ruth Watkin of NeWCafli
and Audrey Walton of Middle
borough, both IK, told polil
they met the Arabs the dl
after they arrived in Koine, al
the men li.nl wined and dinj
them in the best restaurants a|
night Hull*. "They were l>uj
and had lots of money," tl
said.
The girls admitted that wl
El Al employees had asked I
they received any gifts dura]
their stay they had replied
the negative.
News Briefs

Our Support Should Be Lukewarm
By EDWARD COHEN
The Middle East plank of the
^Republican platform has the
.amp p'astic quality that has
distinguished that 1972 conven-
tion on Miami Reach. It Ls ob-
"iously encumbered by State
epartment Idology both in
ptiat it states and what it omits.
"We will continue to act to
rev en t the development of a
Kilitary imbalance which would
^npcril peace in the region and
Isewhcre by providing Israel
ith support essential for her
security. including aircraft,
training and modern and so-
phisticated military equipment"
the statement says, and adds,
"also by helping friendly Arab
governments and peoples, includ-
ing support for their efforts to
diminish their dependence on
outside powers."
There is nothing in the plank
which shares Israel's desire for
secure and defensible borders,
as in the Democratic platform.
Nor is there included the rec-
ommendation o^ the American
Israel Public Affairs Committee
that Jerusalem be recognized
as the capital of Israel and the
U.S. Embassy moved there.
In contrast, the Democratic
convention urged that we "rec-
ognize and support the estab-
lished status of Jerusalem as
the capital of Israel, with free
access to all its holy places pro-
vided to all faiths. As a symbol
of this stand, the U.S. Embassy
Continued on Page 2-A
Explosives Found In Bag On Beach
TEL AVIV (JTAiPolice announced Monday they were
tainiii" 10 men for questioning after an explosive charge was
covered in the sands of Natanya Beach, a crowded resort sec|
also frequented by thousands of Arah visiting from the occuf
West Bank. Police said that had the explosive gone off as scheduj
a major tragedy might have resulted. Sources said after a
was seen placing a bag near a lifeguards post, some persons on
beach became suspicious and called police. The bomb was sat
dismantled.
Mosque Bomh Report Denied
JERUSALEM I JTA I Aharon ShlOUS, police commande:
the southern district, has denied a report that an unindentified
son had tried to bomb the El-Aksa mosque two weeks ago. He
that a bottle full of kerosene hnd been found at another mos(j
the El-Cmar. not the El-Aksa, two weeks ago, but that it had
left there by a mosque worker on the request of one of the Mos
religious leaders. He called the reports of explosives being foun^
the mosque "nonsense."
1st Drive-In Movie Opens In Oetoher
TEL AVIV (JTA) Israel's first drive-in movie house
open in mid-October with room for 960 cars, local officials annouj
Monday. The drive-in will be located north of the Tel Aviv Ex
tion Gardens and will feature a self-service restaurant. A grou
foreign and Israeli businessmen have invested in the enterp|
prices for admission will be similar to already existing price
regular movie houses.
Fishing Resumed On Jordan River
TEL AVIV (JTA) For the first time in years, Israeli fiJ
men are again fishing in small boats on the Jordan River bet!
Gesher and Kfar Ruppin settlements in the Bcisan Valley. Off|
report that the area is quiet and that Arabs on the other side
river wave and greet the Israelis in the boats. In the past. the|
had been attacked constantly, and cultivation of the land W|
most impossible.
Demonstrators Protest 'Partiality'
TEL AVIV I WNS i Several hundred protesters demonstj
in Tel Aviv's Dizengoff Square against what their leaders calle
government's preoccuuation with Soviet Jews to the detrime
the needs of earlier settled Oriental Jews. The protest was
ducted without incident under sponsorship of the Blue and
Panthers, a splinter group which broke away from Israel's
Panthers.


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Abess, Goldstein And Talianoff
ppointed As Honorary Chairmen
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1 f.eonaril'l.. Abess. Sam A. Gold-I of the Florida Chapter of the
jptein and George J. Talianoff have | Society of Fellows of the Anti-
Iheen aopjinted honorary chairmen Dcfama I ton League of B'nai
['"^ P.'rith, according to William M.
Alpei", state ehairman of the Soc-
iety of Fellows. ,, ..
A former chairman of ADL's
Florida Regional Hoard, Mr.
Abess has been associated with
the League in a variety of leader- .
ship positions. The donor of ADL's '
coveted annual Human Relations '
Award which bean his name. Mr.
Abess. chairman of the board of
the City National Bank Corp., has
been recognized frequently for his
achievements as a business lead-
er and philanthropist.
Mr. Goldstein has been associ-
ated with the Anti-Defamation
League for over a hall'-centui y. A
retired businessman, he is a
trustee of ADL's Florida Regional
Board and past chairman of its
Executive Committee, and has re-
ceived many honors for his tire-
less work for humanitarian
causes.
SAM A. GOIDSWN
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Jewish War Veterans Elect Miami
Lawyer National Judge Advocate
Mr. Talianoff. a Miami Beach
attorney and civic leader, has
served as chairman of the Florida
Chapter of the Society of Fellous
lor the past three years. He has
been closely identified .with the
Anti-Defamation League and its
present organization, B'nai B'rith.
Mr. Talianoff is national chair-
man of the League's Community
Service Committee and a member
of ADL's National Commission
and its Executive Committee. He
served for many years as chair-
man of the Florida Regional
Board of the League and was a
member of ADL's National Advi- ,
gory Council. He is also past presi- :
dent of the Florida Stale Associa-
tion of B'nai B'rith Lodges.
The Society of Fellow- is a lead-
crship group whose members work
lo promote ADL's local and na-
tional programs by inspiring gen-
crosity appropriate to the prob-
lems thai must be solved and the
needs thai must he met. Members
ol the Society sponsor special
events in the interest of I he Anli-
! Defamation League and attend
ADL conferences and special pro-
grams in the United States and
abroad.
GfORGf J. TALIANOff
LEONARD L. ABtSS
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HOUSTON, Tex Ains-
lee R. Ferdie who was se-
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AINSLEiK U. FERDIE
catc of Jewish War Veter-
ans at the veterans' national
convention here, practices
law in Miami and has been
admitted to practi < befo
all state courts of Florida,
the c S. Court c' Military
Appeals, the U.S. 5th Circuit
Court and the U.S. Supreme
Court.
A member of the Coral
Cables. Dade County, Flor-
ida, American art Irtcr-
American Bar Asslciations,
he is a past president of the
Coral Cables Bar Associa-
tion and was elected co-
president of the Young Law-
yers Section of the Inter-
American Bar Association in
1968.
Mr. Ferdie has servi 1 as
.resident of Temnle Zamora,
chairman of the Dade County
Urban Renewal Agency, as-
sociate judge of West Miami,
president of the Balkin B'nai
B'rith Lodge, and president
of the Coral Gables Optimist
Club.
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"A MAN YOU CAN TRUST WILL MAKE
A JUDGE YOU CAN BE PROUD OF."
7 years of dedicated
Public Service
proves you can trust
Irwin Christie.
JWV Elects Tilles
National Commander
Continued from Pae;e !'A
NATO has been in Europe for
20 years has insured the peace
on that continent. Perhaps there
is a hope for peace on the part
ol all nations, but until all
sides befon to put down then-
arms, it would indeed be foolish
for us to do so unilaterally," Mr.
Cohen declared.
Peter Miller, director of the
Veterans Administration's Vol-
unteer Service, commended the
Jewish War Veterans and its
auxiliary "for their invaluable
assistance in the care and treat-
ment of veteran patients in the
VA hospitals" in a speech made
prior to the election of officers.
lie said JWV members setV-
[ng a~ volunteers were part ol
a monthly average of l1'-';"'*'
volunteers serving in 'he VAS
167 hospitals. These volunteers
donated over 10 million bouts
during the past year," he said,
"supplementing the efforts ol
hospital staff. They are a living
reminder that a grateful nation
has not forgotten and doe- care
[ulx)Ul its siik and disabled vet-
brans."
Albert E. Arent, chairman of
the National Jewish Community
Relations Advisory Council, stud
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those who. for whatever reason.
are unhappy about the inability
of our society to find solutions
for the problems ot war, infla-
tion, poverty, race, violence and
disorder" He spoke before the
National Executive Committee
of the JWV.
Sam Reinhard. Senior Vice
President, and Rabbi
Alexander Gross. Principal.
Greater Miami Hebrew
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Irwin Christie as he
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the statementt with the oh^ervcrtion that, "a sc-oailed liberc-
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its battle but needs hireiingi to shoot innocent victims has
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liami Delegates To Attend 2-Day
National Leadership Conference
Miami delegation of Israel
^nd leaders, including Michael
|vak. director of the State of Is-
el Bonds Organization, James-
Albert, chairman. Dr. Leon
onisb, spiritual leader of
Imple Beth Sholom and national
fce chairman of the Israel Bond
jjanization, and Hi Salz, asso-
Ite dhrctor of Israel Bonds, will
;t with top government leaders
Israel this weekend to map
Ins li r the fall Israel Bond cam-
|gn.
Ihimon Peres. Israel's Minister
lYansport and Communications,
Yitzhak Rabin, Israel's Am-
Bk::i- 10 the United States, will
tht i>rincii)al speakers at the
jte of Israel Bonds 1972 Fall
tional leadership Conference
tiiK.av evening and Sunday in
erry Hill, N.J.
le < < nference has been called
plan .ntensified community ac-
ties to increase the sale of Is-
1 B' nds, providing greater eco-
hfci:c aid to Israel during the four
t productive months of the
yaar.
r. Peres is making a special
to tne United States to report
mtrican and Canadian Jewish
ers on Israel's economic prob-
^Bs and financial needs at this
tim.
The conference will coincide
fh the start of a year-long cele-
tion of Israel's 25th anniver-
during which organizations
individuals throughout the
Id will observe this dramatic
stone in Jewish history.
Ln extraordinary Israel Bond
ram for the 25th year of Is-
pl's independence will be for-
ated at the two-day conclave.
'The Miami delegation will be
Bed by prominent U.S. and
Canadian Jewish community lead-
er*. Among the national officers
who v..!: have major roles at the
sessi"i are Ira Guilden, presi-
dent ol the Israel I$ond Organiza-
tion; Sam Rothberg, general
chairrr.;.r.: Leo Bernstein, execu-
tive w< president, and Julian B.
,V#jpe/k>, national chairman for
region.*
he conference will hear reports
i'oAthe results of the 1972 Israel
Bond drive for the first eight
months of the year, and consider
.ways and means to accelerate the
pace of the campaign in the com-
ing months. Particular stress will
be placed on the role of Israel
Bonds in strengthening Israel's
economy to provide job opportuni-
ties for Israel's new immigrants
from the. Soviet Union and else-
where. The rate of Israel's immi-
gration today is the highest it has
been since 1957.
A special conference session will
be held for the National Women's
Division, at which Mrs. Jan
Feerce, chairman, and Freda Keet,
Israel's foremost radio and tele-
vision broadcaster, will speak.
The Israel Bond Organization is
the central source of funds for the
development of Israel's economy.
Since its inception in 1951, the
sale of Israel Bonds in the United
States, Canada and other parts of
the free world has provided a total
if more than $2 billion to finance
the expansion of agriculture, com-
merce and industry, the exploita-
tion of natural resources and the
construction of highways, rail-
roads, harbors, water and oil pipe-
lines and housing.

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Federation Makes $45,000 Grant
To Wilkes-Barre Jewish Community
The Greater Miami Jewish Federation will make $45,000
available to the Jewish community of Wilkes-Barre, Pa., re-
cently devastated by floods which have been called the worst
natural disaster in-American history.
Grant of the emergency financial assistance from Miami was
announced by Robert Russell, federation president.
Nationally, more than $2 million in financial aid to the com-
munity will be provided by the Jewish Federations of America,
according to Max M. Fisher, president of the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds (CJFWF).
The assistance program was worked out in consultation with
the Jewish Federation of Wilkes-Barre, (The Wyoming Valley
Jewish Committee) and the CJFWF and was approved by the
executive committee of the CJFWF.
"The speed with which aid is being given," Mr. Fisher said,
"expresses the deep concern of the American Jewish commun-
ity with the plight of the people and institutions of Wilkes-Barre.
the community hardest hit by the storm Agnes last June."
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I nil i.. will be aided
... corhairman. Joel Ware, assist-
in: president of Southern
L'nit invo nin-_;
'.' coi ti tlon industry.
Sloan, president of Mike
has been selected as
i an ol iin- public informa-
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Wnl c Scot ten, executive vice
.: : .! hopi Ic & Fielden,
al o been i cochair-
p ibl Infoi mation
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I od Fail !t ires, Inc. South-
D sion, has been appointed
i tl chairmanship <.f the Spon-
Committee coordinating
\- to solicit contributions
rom local business to cover the
costs ol campaign meetings. These
i '.'.: tution are in addition to
hi s contribution to th<'
itd Fund campaign,
Marshal] McDonald, president
I Florida Power & Light Com-
v as chosen chairman of
:,ii ,) Unit D involves campaign-
i n the area ol printing, elec-
,i nice and advertising media,
Janus L. Knight, chairman of
ird of The Miami Herald,
mm be the chairman of fund rais-
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Samuel L. Higginbottom, presi-
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Jamet Brown Wallace Scoffen Hank Meyer
Rifkin Named Israel Tcurist Day
Chairman Fcr Sept. 6 Celebration
Beth Torah Sets Auxiliary
Services in Wometco Theatre
Rabbi Norman Mussman.who has
served as educational director at
Beth Torah Congregation for the
past year, will officiate during the
High Holy Days at its auxiliary
services in the Wometco 163rd
Street Theatre.
Assisting Rabbi Mussman will
!, amoi Ki nest Schn II er, tenor.
native ol Czei hoslovakia who re-
ed< at on In Europe.
Until recently, Cantoi Schn
;, affiliated with Ti n; le Sho-
i -i !! ach.
fkin. Miami Beach
jnd religious leader, has been
chaii man ol If
eomrrmnity-
n al the Fontaine-
bleau H >tei vhich wi la inch Dade
the Sta:e
of Israel's 25th anni' >ary of in-
dependence.
Announcement of Mr. Rifkin's
acceptance was mad.- by Jacob
oreti of Atlanta, regional director
.I th" Israel Go\ernment Tourist
ice The tourist office is co-
sponsoring Israel Tourist Day with
El Al Israel Airline- and Hi-tadrut
Tours.
Reservations for the 7:30 p.m.
event, which will be held in the
West Ballroom of the Fontaine-
bleau, may be made at the Hista-
drut offices. 1 Lincoln Rd. Bld'^.
Persons making reservations, who
have visited Israel since the Si: -
Day War, will receive official cer-
tificates from th" government of
Israel testifying to their travel
there.
Mrs. Ruth Dayan will fly here
from Israel to be guest speaker;
top Israeli entertainer Mike Bur-
stein is also coming here for the
Sept. f> celebration. Other partici-
pants will include Dr. I.eon Kron-
ish. national chairman of the board
of the Israel Histadiut Foundation,
and Di Sol s'nn ol New Yoik.
national pn I
Mr. l' i |
the G ipter of th
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mth Florida.
Mr. and Mrs Rifkin also are na-
tions I aders of State of Israel
Bond-, the Histadrut Foundation
ind nun rous other Israeli agen- :
cies. He is an active member of j
Tempi'' Beth Sholom.
Plans for the program, which is
also open to persons who have not
visited I-ra 1 and wish to learn of
plans for the 25th anniversary were
outlined at a meeting in the His-
tadrut headquarter- Wednesday
afternoon.
Samuel Feinstein is president
and Moe Levin is chairman of the .
Histadrut Council, which is co-
ordinating the Sept. 6 affair under
the direc'ion of Ben Zion Stein-
bei -'.
The Israel Tourist Council of
Florida, of which Dr. Irving Lehr-
man and Dr. Kronish are honorary
cochairmen. i- assi-tin in the
kickoff for the year-long observ-
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letters to the editor
KDITOR, The Jewish l'l.M-iilian:
In bis letter to The Jewish:
Floridian criticizing Richard H.!
Rosichan for his support of Son.
McGovern, Nathaniel Weyl bluntly
misstates many facts.
First, that Sen. McGovern has
in-I'd the United States to aban-
don her allies. Mr. Weyl should
rend the Concessional Record. |
and not Indulge in wholesale
slander.
Second, Mr. Weyl should know
thai it is known to the whole
world that when President Nixon
nade a trip to South American
neighbors, he was received with
siren:.- hostility. The truth of
the matter is that historically it
.v a fact that our State Depart-
in nt has committed one blunder
after the other in very often sup-
porting the wrong elements, po-
litical hacks, etc., who had no sup-
port from their own people.
The scorn and contempt and of
course, political estrangement that
de\ fioped from this course served
o i derate the role of the Soviet
I'nion in world affairs.
When Mr. Weyl with his ex-
travagant use of invective against
Sen. McGovern brands him a-; the
nost pro-Soviet supporter, nothing
could be further from the truth.
This statement of his Ls reminis-
cent of the days of Joe McCarthy.
tvhen everyone was labeled a
Communist, including John Foster
Dulles, then Secretary of State.
In his frenzy of distortion and
vilification, he writes of the flag
wavers for North Vietnam who
support Sen. McGovern. Well, the
verdict of the world is against
him. 'Hie wa>- in Vietnam is a
nost unpopular war. The exten-
sion of this war to Cambodia was
.net in this country with extreme
epugnanre. Let us not forget that
Mr, Nixon squeezed in bv a small
plurality four years ago by stating
that he had a plan to conclude the
war shortly.
I am not a prophet, but let us
be objective. The two basic issues
in this election are the war and
the economy. The war has not
added to our laurels. The credibil-
ity of our government has been
tarnished by its reports to the
public, which have been contra-
dicted by reporters and different
media of information. Our econ-
omy and what the government is
doing, help to remind us of the
Hoover epoch. Let us hope that it
v in not Ik- repeated.
Israel, which we all love and
support, stands as a bastion of
hope fo>- all democratic countries
everywhere, and to the Jewish
people in particular. Their inter-
ests are indissohihly tied up with
the extension of democracy every-
where.
At this point I wonder if Mr.
Nixon and his administration rep-
resent the forces of democracy as
ably as does the platform of the
Democratic Party and its candi-
date, Sen. McGovern.
HERMAN EHRLICH
North Miami Beach
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
As chairman of the Dade Coun-
i\ Right to Life Committee. I led
< delegation that was invited to
speak before the Republican Plat-
form Sub-Committee on Human
Rights and Responsibilities at the
Kontainebleau Hotel. Our group
consisted of three physicians, a
nurse, an attorney and myself, a
clergyman.
It was extremely difficult for us
to express our views. As sn as
a |Kiint was about to be made, a
shaggy horde of non-delegates in
the audience bellowed obscenities
and ridicule, stamped their feet and
bands and let out bizarre, inhuman
screeches.
These are the very same
creatures who demanded that my
i ity's government provide for
ihcm. Their demands were based
ii|x>n their claim to constitution-
ally guaranteed rights to free
speech.
This right to free speech is
1 heirs only if they arc willing to
share it with others. But these
overgrown spoiled children refuse
to recognize this. They are the
ones who ride in cars decorated
with green ecology deeals while
they themselves spew forth pol- j
lution from their exhaust pipes.
If their intention is to get a mes-
sage of importance to our nation.
they've defeated their purpose. If j
their only aim is to disrupt and
offend while sponging off the pub-
lic, their purpose has been accom-1
plished.
R:il>l>i rillXKAs A. WKBK R.MAN
Ohev Shalom Congregation
KDITOR. The Jewish Floridian:
I want you to know how deeply
appreciative I am of the Flor-
idian's coo|>cration over the past
ten years that I have been as-
sociated with Federation.
The Floridian has played a I
major role in our community's
rapid growth and development.
The Floridian's interest in both j
the Jewish and general commun-
ity has made our working rela-
tionship a truly satisfying one.
Please accept my warm thanks j
for all of your help and support. I !
know that all of us at Federation j
share this thought.
I can only promise one thing j
that although in New York. I will I
continue to be an avid and dedi-
cated reader.
ROBERT P. FORM.W
Associate Executive
Vice President
Greater Miami
Jewish Federation
KDITOR. The Jewish Floridian:
I am ri spondlng to your editor-
ial in the July L'l edition of the
newspaper, "A sign of the times1
is that establishment of new Con-
servative and Reform synagogues
in the United States is virtually|
non-existent."
My colleagues and I have dis-
cussed your editorial at great
length and agree that it might
have been correct a year ago, but
certainly Ls not correct today, es-
pecially in reference to Reform
congregations.
I might tell you that at the last
meeting of the National New Con-
gregations Committee of the Union
of American Hebrew Congrega-
tions. 10 new congregations were
admitted to membership. I myself,
in this region, am presently work-
ing with at least a half-dozen
possible groups that will eventu-
ally apply for membership in the
Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations.
Within the last four weeks. I
have had two formal applications
for membership by two groups
who formed de novo. and a group
deep in Tennessee, established for
many years, who have applied for
membership in our Union of Amcr-:
lean Hebrew Congregations. My
colleague and supervisor in Cali-
fornia, Rabbi Krvvin Herman, is j
currently working with five new]
applicants in the Los Angeles area.'
who arc ready to formalize their |
memberships In national groups.
not the least of which is our Re-
form movement.
I must agree with you concern-
ing mergers. I find that they are
on the upswing, but certainly not j
with the momentum that we ex-
pected a year ago. or two years'
ago. The mergers take place, for
the most part, in the smallest types
of communities which simply can-1
not sustain more than one con-]
grcgation.
I thank you for your complete
coverage of the Jewish news and)
deeply appreciate the fine work
you are doing for our community. !
RABBI sAXFORI) M. 8HAPERO]
Regional Director
Southeast Council. I'nion of
American Hebrew Congregations
Mayor Chuck Hall
says 'Bob Skidell
is an honest, dedicated,
concerned young man"
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AID TO ISRAEL, SENIORS WINS BACKING
Fincher Gains New Support
In Senate Re-Election Race
Sen. Dick Fincher accolerat"(l
tii-i campaign for reelection to the
Florida State Senate this week,
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gaining powerful new endorse-'
ments from Demoaratfc, senior j
citizen and non-partisan organi-1
zations and community leaders.
Running in District 33. where
he has lived for more than P<01
years. Sen. Fincher carried his I
personal push for votes into Miami
Beach, Surfside, North Miami
Beach. Day Harbor Islands. North ;
Bay Village, Bal Harbour, Miami,
Miami Shores, Key Biseayne. Gol-
den Beach and unincorporated I
areas.
A v ete> an of 10 years' service
in both the Ilor.se of Representa-
tives and the Eenate, Sen. Fincher
earned the nod of Voters, Inc., the
slates largest non-partisan politi
cal organization.
Harrj Levy, pasl president <>i
the American JewMi Congress'
Dade chapter, said "Sen. Fincher
lia* given powerful leadership t
both houses ot the state legisla-
ture, and voted to reduce the sice
oi the Senate from 48 tn to mem-
bers. With the resulting Increased
Importance of each member, his
experience is vital to the district
in which f personally live."
Sen. Fincher attended a Sat-
urday morning service at Temple
Kninnn-Kl in which Dr. Irving
l.ehrman spoke on the so-called
Jewish vote. In his sermon, the
rabbi urged Jews to continue to
vote in record numbers, but lo
avoid balloting as a bloc.
The senator am! Dr. Lelirinuii
have worked together in numer-
ous nativities benefiting Israel, In.
ti rbiiih activities and Increased
Catholic -Jewish dialogue. Sen.
Fincher is president of the t'ni-
versitv oi Miami's Raton Founda-
tion, Mini also works with the
rabbi in support of U-M activi-
ties.
On the snorts front. Sen. Fincher
earned persona] endorsements
from Coach Don Shula of the
Miami Dolphins, Fran Curci of the
Miami Hurricanes and scores of
other eoahes. players and ath-
letic directors including the l*-M
Andy Gustation.
Dr. Ben Sheppard, veteran menv
her of the school board, personal!
eilderseil Sen. fincher. Mnrrfc) '
Warner, a former exulted ruler n"
the Miami Beurfa I -'.Ik- and (ieetiM
Schwartz former R'mtt B'rith an-
'/.iunisi Council president, assume
leadertdiln ol the Fincher can
c.ie.; i iii Miami Beach,
Sen. Fir ber's achievements
scnlo- > :. ns Including co spor-
I sol >T the tenants' security di
posit law, increased horu
p.xemntion for senior-, the 1972
Housing Act which promote^ low-
cost housing and support of Med
care and Me.licaid, won him a tional backing.
Sen, Fincher won new acclaim
for his l!l>7 role in support 'f th
State ol Israel, lie was yiion.
the first two mansbeva of th-- h-j-
Mature to irrtte a personal ehecJc
for the Israel Kmi-rgciicv Fund
and voted for and supported
memorial to Congress and the
President supporting Israel's
light for secure borders. political
Independence, and backing from
the United Stati**.
Sen. Fincher emphasized tlvt
he stands firmly with the major-
ity of Florldians agalnsl any j> r-
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-<>le!v to achieve racial balinct
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Friday, August 25. 1972
12 DAYS ABROAD WITH PRESIDENT NIXON
Iran's Possible Role
In The Middle East
By JOSEPH POLAKOPT
< hirf. IT \ Washington Bur.au
(One of a Series)
WASHINGTON -In the complex
al speculation on what
brought about the steep Soviet re-
duction of its military presence in
. one theory is that the pro-
cess of change in Soviet-Egyptian
relations was put .n motion at the
Soviet-American summit confer-
ence in Moscow. In this line of
thought. Egyptian President
Sadat's frustration in seeing
President Nixon and Secretary
General Brezhnev publicly un-
bending in their positions on the
Middle East was reenforced by
Nixon's vis;t with the Shah Mo-
hammed Reza of Iran in Teheran
two days after bidding the Krem-
lin leadership good-bye.
The Jewish Telegraphic Aeency
reported on May 31 on high West-
em author.ty in Teheran that
with walls of peace" having been
built by the Soviet-American
standoff in Moscow on the Middle
East. Sadat's best bet was to
move towards the American ini-
tiative of an "interim agreement"
looking towards reopening of the
Suez Canal. Israel had not only
agreed to talks on that proposal
but was willing, and presumably
still is. to allow- traffic in the Suez
without even an agreement.
Little attention to this possib-
ility for progress in the Middle
East maneuvering developed in
the media. However, in the pre-
sent theorizing, some think from
hindsight that immediately after
the Americans grasped at first
hand what Soviet thinking was on
th<- Middle East, they enlisted the
Shah in helping convince Sadat to
change political allies. In this
shifting, it is thought the Shah
arranged for the intercession of
Saudi Arabia's Ibn Saud, who has
:. natural political affinity for the
Shah and also considerable lever-
age in Cairo with his financing of
Cairo's needs with his American-
generated oil money, that Sadat's
route to success in regaining the
Sinai was through Washington.
This is not an idea new in
Washington. Additional credence
to this theory was the presence in
Teheran for the Nixon visit of
Joseph J. SiBCO, the State Depart-
ment's Middle East expert who did
not accompany Nixon to Moscow.
On the Middle Bast chessboard.
Israel is only one of the pieces in-
teresting to the American side.
More consequential, despite all the
pro-Israel talk fashionable now in
U.S. politics, are the varied Amer-
ican connections with Greece,
Turkey and Iranthe well-known
setup and, of course, the oil
fields to the east of Suez.
It cannot be overlooked in this
connection, too, that the resump-
tion of U.S. diplomatic relations
with Yemen and the Sudan and
the sudden establishment of an
American diplomatic "interests
section" in Baghdad after the
State Department voluntarily ab-
stained from having direct repre-
sentation in Iraq since the break
in 1967 following the Six-Day War
all came within two months after
Nixon had dined with the Shah.
Not surprising is the fact that the
head of the "interests section,"
Arthur Lowrie, has devoted vir-
tually his entire State Depart-
ment career to Arabic affairs.
Nixon's Teheran visit lasted
about 24 hours and reporters who
accompanied him were doubly
handicapped in obtaining sound-
ings on their own initiative by the
tight security that resulted virtu-
ally in confinement to their hotel
after the five explosions had oc-
curred. Luckily, he JTA reporter
was enabled to gain some insights
into the situation of the Jewish
community which has been in Iran
for more than 2,500 years.
Since the establishment of Is-
rael, Iranian Jews have steadily
emigrated there but about 70,000
remain, well over half of them in
Teheran and the remainder scat-
tered in Iran's larger cities such
as Shiraz and Isfahan. The present
Shah and his father. Shah Reza
Pahlevi, both are virtually re-
vend, it was said, by the Jews.
The father for having broken
down the walls of the ghettos and
allowing Jews to leave their
miserable mud hovels in the late
1920s and the present Shah for
having encouraged their participa-
tion in the life of Iran.
Quite a few Jews have risen in
affluence through free enterprise
;n the past 40 years and in gen-
eral the community by its indus-
try and thrift is better off eco-
nomically than the general popu-
lation. Although Shah Reza Pah-
levi, on ascending to power in
1923, broke the power of the Mul-
lahs who oppressed Jews severely
', and gave the Jewish community a
seat in Parliament, the bigotry
against Jews by the clergy, parti-
cularly in the rural areas, con- |
tinues.
At the end of the nineteenth i
, century the Jewish population was
so improverished and so subjected
to religious hatred (the mention
, jl the word Jew by a Moslem was j
considered an insul), to his listener)
the ministers of England, France
and Turkey made representations
to the Shah for their relief and
1 the American consul in Teheran
| intervened with the Grand Vizier.
In 1918, the Joint Distribution
Committee deposited $15,000 with
I the State Department to help pro-
I vide relief assistance. As a symbol
: of his concern. President Harding
I in 1921 named Rabbi Joseph Saul
I Kornfeld as Minister to Persia.
To alleviate the ignorance
j among Jews, the Alliance Israelite
Universelle in 1898 built its first
: school for Jewish children in Per-
j sia. According to the Institute of
. Jewish Affairs and the World
i Jewish Congress, there are now 14
1 Alliance, 26 Otzar Hatorah and
' two ORT schools with an enroll-
; ment of some 14,000 children.
Al the turn of the century.
Mrs. Ida Cowen reported in her
! "Jews in Remote Corners of the
World," that despite the bene-
j volence of the Shahs, restrictions,
; insults, scorn, contempt, conver-
sions and massacres continued to
prevail as they had for several
hundred years. Today, according
to some Teheran Jews, physical.
I social and economic conditions are
! greatly improved. Most Jews are
! in business or the professions al-
I though many continue in poverty
as laborers and exist in mud
hovels.
The community, JTA was told,
requires much better schools par-
ticularly for religious education.
Jewish culture is at a dismally low
l>oint. Assimilation is rapidly over-
taking religious life. Inter-marri-
age is increasing. The drift from
Jewishness is hastening, not be-
cause Jews are ashamed of their
origin, it was said, especially af-
ter the Six-Day War, but because
non-Jewish circles offer more
pleasures and worldliness to
youth.
Ibrahim Rad, a 49-year-old
paper box manufacturer who
I came out of the ghetto at the age
Fascell Sponsors
iSunsIlille, Law
Rep. Dante Fa-cell has intro-
I duced a Federal 'Government in
h Sfrwhine" bi'l. It i the firt '
such bill to be introduced in the
House, and is identical to that
I censored er|jt.r this month in the
Senate by Sen. Lawton Chiles of
Florida.
The legislation would require
that, except in certain hwtan-^s
"all m^etin^s to conduct hearings) of any gov-
ernment agency at whMi any of-
ficial action k oon*idered or d'e-
cufsed shall be open to the public."
The exceptions include: mafer-
affecting the na'io-al seirity.
matters relating solely to the in-
ternal mana?em?nt of the agency,
matters which might tend to re-
flect advrrsely on the character
or reputation of any individual who
is subiect to any propovd or po
tential sanction by th-^ agency, and
matter": required to be ke~-t con-
fidential under oth^r legislation.
Candidates Invited To Party
The Dade County Young Re-
publican Club will host a cocktail
party on Friday from 8:30 pm.
till 1:00 a.m. at the Marriott ,
Hotel. All Republican and non- j
partisan candidates who are on
the September ami or November
ballots have been invited to at-
tend.
Rabbi Schwartz Takes Over
Hallandale Center's Pulpit
a merr.hr.-hijj of
Rabbi Harry E. Schwartz is tak-
ing over the pulpit at the Hallan-
dale Jewish Center, 416 NE 4th
HAIiBI HAKRY E. SCHWARTZ
Ct., this week, according to an
announcement made by Jack Spie-
gel, president of the congregation, j America and was on
which fiist met together in 1965 Justice Committee.
and now has
nearly 700.
Sabbath services thro- .- .i,e
year are held at 8:15 p.rr :-\. ,y,
and 9 a.m. Saturdays:
ing Minyan takes place y, a.m.
Sundays through Fridiy-- :rA the
Mincha-Maariv at 6.30 Sat-
urdays through Thursi- Mr,
jl said. Cantor Ja >h Dan-
zig,r assists in the
Haiold Newman is cha ;
the Ritual Committee.
Rabbi Schwartz, wr*
his rab: inical training a-
ish Theological Seminary of
America, also holds v j
Hebrew Literature and I |
Divinity degrees. He occ : -he
pulpit at Congregation
rael. Hempstead. L.I.. N V for
some 30 years and was ftei
ferred to as the "Dean ol Long Is-
land Rabbis."
Rabbi Schwartz, a nwr.bi [
the Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami and of the So th-
east Florida Region of
binical Assembly, served is the
Rabbinical Assembly representa-
tive on the Synagogue Council of
3 a)
of eight, told JTA that Iran's Jew-

ish leadership should take more
responsibility on itself in organiz-
ing and advancing community life,
especially for its youth. He felt
strongly that the services of the
Joint Distribution Committee,
which has an office in Teheran,
should be the obligation of Iran's
Jews. In that way, he said,
Iranians would progress in admin-
istering and financing burdens
that Iran's leading Jews should
bear for their own people and not
depend on assistance from outside
Iran.
Iranian Jews began organizing
central committees in the larger
cities after their first national
conference in 1957. These commit-
tees are in charge of local Jewish
affairs. All the groups are affili-
ated to the Chief Central Commit-
tee in Teheran.
(>). 1!'T2. J. w i.-ti Telegraphic Agency)
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You read about these flops nearly
every week in the local press.
Particularly here in South Florida
a lot of people people who were
sharp enough to accumulate an
impressive net worth in the first
placeget into real estate devel-
opment. And get into trouble.
We're in the business of
keeping projects which ought to
be tickets to real wealth from
turning into trips to the cleaners.
Our real estate department,
under Bill Duncan, has the stuff
to do just that. Bill has handled
more than a billion dollars' worth
of construction here in South
Florida. Several times more than
a billion dollars' worth.
What we get paid for is
making construction loans. But
the important thing we do is see
the real estate project through
from concept to completion.
3 ways we keep you
out of trouble.
First, we look to see if the con-
struction estimate is realistic.
Too many builders fail to allow
for increasing costs. So we do our
own costing. This ensures that
the dream doesn't evaporate
because the money runs out.
Second, we're on the look-
out for signs of "front-end
loading!' This is another way we
make sure there's enough money
to finish the job.
Third, after the inspectors
inspect, we inspect their
inspection. Like other people
in the business, we make cash
disbursals at specified points in
construction. If necessary, we can
pay the contractors ourselves,
even the subs and suppliers, too.
And obtain releases of lien as
we go.
The long and short of it.
We not only handle the interim
construction loan, we'll put to-
gether the permanent financing.
With correspondent banks in
every major money market, we
can put together a multi-million
dollar commitment with a single
phone call.
Speaking of phone calls,
make one to Bill Duncan. His
telephone number is 672-1200.
Call that number and you're
unlikely to ever have to call
350-5216.
That's the telephone .^
number of the U.S. District faY
Bankruptcy Court. SSndm
The plans and site were perfect. The bulletin;
something to behold. And the sale was made rigli
on the courthouse steps.
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Coral Gables First National Bank
United National Bank of Miami
United National Bank of Dadeland
United National Bank of Westland
Security Exchange Bank, W. Palm Beach
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Doubts And Divorce
By RARRI SADI XA1IMIAS
Kfphardic Jewish tenter
According to a professional
magazine, one out of four marri-
ages that takes place in a year
ends in divorce. Furthermore it
is with deep concern that we read
in the Anglo-Jewish press that
surveys just completed indicate an
unprecedented rise in the divorce
rate among Jews.
The news is disheartening, not
only because we all share in the
failure of a Jewish home, but
more so, the reasons for the fail-
ure.
There is a growing indifference
toward Jewish moral values espe>
dally in the home of newly-weds
resulting in the loss of kadushah,
of holiness in marriage based up-
on common trust, fidelity and
love.
We have no quarrel with the in-
stitution of divorce. We are not
happy with it. We would move
heaven and earth to avoid a di-
vorce. Shalom Babayit ''Peace in
the Honie"i is a basic ideology
of Judaism. Yet, when the time
comes and a divorce must be is-
sued, we reluctantly consent, and
bonds of marriage are servered.
In today's Torah reading, the
scripture informs us of the trust
and love which form the founda-
tions of a Jewish marriage, am!
upon which we can erect an ever-
lasting Jewish home. G-d tells us
today of the Berachah or the Kel-
lolah the blessing or the curse
which may come our way, depend-!
ing on the choice in life we our-
selves make.
"VHaya Im Shamoah" (If you
hearken to the voice of the L-rd
thy G-d. then all of the following
blessings will reach you.) 'Baruch
A to Bair Uvaruch Ato Basadeh"
(You shall be blessed in the city,
and you shall be blessed in the
field.) "Baruch Ato Bevoech.i.
Uvaruch Ato Betzasecha "
(Blessed you shall be when you
enter your home, and blessed you
shall be when you leave.)
Also it is said in the Talmud
You shall be blessed when you
enter your home, that your wife
shall always be pure when you re-
turn from a journey." Indeed this
is the true blessing that all of us
it ally seek and want in life.
"Baruch Ato Bcvoecha": that,
after a long day in the shop, in
the office, in the store, or factory,
never will there be a speck of dis-
liust or infidelity. Never will
there be the quarrels that lead to
arguments, leading to friction,
conflict tragedy and divorce.
The real breakdown of the
home stems from the fast-living,
the jet set age, which is prevalent
in sicicty today.
This is the Berachots that
Scriptures speak about in the Por-
tion of "Ki Tavo" of our Humash.
Young Singles To
Hold Swim-Social
Due to overwhelming requests,
the Young Singles of Temple
Kmanu-KI will hold another "swim
party-social" at the National
Hotel. 1677 Collins Ave. at 8:00
p.m. Sundav. The event is open
to men and women ages 21 to 39.
The Young Singles was or-
ganized last April and has been
p'eeting regularly at Temple
Kmanu-KI. Both cultural and social
programs are included.
Martin Listowsky. a member of
the temple's staff, directs the ac-
tivities.
Chapter Sponsoring Picnic
Kleanor Roosevelt Chapter,
B'nal B'rith Women, is sponsoring
a family picnic at the main pit in
Matheson Hammock Sunday, be-
ginning at 11 a.m. For additional
information, contact D e e n a
Simms.
HUB... I :WTO'::
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Ki Savo
"And it shall be when thou art come in unto the land ."
(Chapters XXVI, XXIX. 8)
FIRST FRUITS AND TITHES Moses concluded the legal
section of his discourse with an account of the liturgical cere-
monies to !>c performed in the Promised I-and at the presentation
of the first fruits and after the triennial distribution of tithes.
The first, fruits were to be brought before the priest in the cen-
tral sanctuary. The donor was then to recite a prayer of thanks-
giving recalling how God had delivered his ancestors from Egypt
and had brought the new generation to a land flowing with
milk and honey. After the tithe had been distributed each third
year for charitable pur]>oscs, the donor was to offer a prayer in
which he declared that he had obeyed the commandment to set
aside the tithe for the Levitc, stranger, orphan and widow and
invoked God's blessing upon the people and the land.
CEREMONIES ON MT. EBAL AND MT. GERIZIM:
Moses and the elders instructed the people to observe four sol-
emn ceremonies once they hail crossed the Jordan. First, they
were to erect large stones on Mt. Ehal and inscribe clearly on
them all the words of the law. Second, they were to build an
altar of unhewn stones and sacrifice both burnt and i>eace offer-
ings-the sacrificial meal which followed the latter was to be
eaten in an atmosphere of rejoicing. Third, the acceptance of the
law wa- to !> ratified by the twelve tribes in the following man-
ik r; six tribes were to stand u;>on Mt. Gerizhn to represent the
blessings, and six upon Mt. Ebal to repress nt the curses.
REWARD AND PUNISHMENT- The people had fre-
quently been warned or the consequence* of disobedience. Now
that they were about to enter the Promised Land Moses felt it
was his duty to lay even greater emphasis on the choice with
which they were fa~ed. The observance of God's commandments
would bring numerous blessings, including the enjoyment of
prosperity and happiness in the city and field and in their off-
spring, crops, caftie. harvest and daily toil; thev would defeat
any attacker and gain supremacy ovr other nations.
Moses now began his third and final discourse. He appealed
to brad to obey God who had watched over them in Egypt and
during their wanderings in the wilderness until the very moment
he was addressing them.
By RABBI DR SAMUEL 3. FOX
(el. I97S, Jewish Telegraphic Aganc) )
Why is it customary for the
guest at the table to lend in the
recitation of the OnfeM after th
meal?
The Talmud mentions this prac-
tice (Berakot 46 a). The practice
is explained on the basis that the
original custom was for the lead-
er of the recitation of the Grace
after meals to recite the Grace
for everyone while the rest of the
people at the table remained silent
and answered "Amen" at the ap-
propriate time. It was then espe-
cially fitting for the guest to
chant the Grace because he woidd
be able to offer a blessing for the
host something the host surely
would not feel it appropriate to do
for himself.
Why U It customary for the
host to "break bread?"
The Talmud ( Berakot 46 a)
likewise mentions this practice
and explains it on the grounds
that the host would be gen-
erous in the piece he would "break
off" for the guest while the guest
might Ih' quite modest in taking
U piece for himself since he knew
he was eating someone else's
bread.
Why does Jewish colloquial ex-
pression refer to a priest as a
"Galach?"
Perhaps the most obvious dif-
ference between the priests of the
Christian clergy and the labbis of
the Orthodox Jewish faith was
ih fact that the rabbis (as well as
most pious Jews in olden timesi
wore boards while the priests were
clean shaven. The word "Galach"
simply means "clean shaven."
There are some who feel that
using this term was a means of
distinguishing, by colloquialism,
between the Eastern Orthodox
Christian clergy who wore beards
and the Western Church clergy
who were clean shaven. At best the
expression is a colloquial one,
there being other nouns to refer
to a clergyman of other denomina-
tions.
It s.-ems that in Jewish tradi-
tion the groom Ls always receiv-
ing honor and presents and not
the bride. Is this true? (MS,
Brooklyn, X.Y.)
This is certainly not so in the
traditional Jewish sense. The Tal-
mud (Baba Bathra 146 a; Kid-
dushin 50b) specifically mentions
the practice whereby the groom
would send gifts to the bride after
the engagement, and would even
make a special party to honor the
bride. The fact that the Sabbath
is greeted "like a bride" indicates
the honor given to a bride in Jew-
ish tradition.
MIAMI
A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 95 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
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ANSHE EMES i&33 SW 19th Ave.
I Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowttz 2
, BETH AM (TEMPLE) 5950 N. Ken.
dall Dr. S. Miami. Reform. RabLo
I Herbert Baumgaro) 3 |>
> Friday S:3 p.m. Sermon topic: "The
Shocks of College Life" followed by
Informal dlncuw3on led by colles-e
juniors and senior.". Refreshments ni
be served.
BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.,
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landao.
Cantor William W. Lipaon 4,
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BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi H. Rothman 5 I
BETH KODESH, 1101 SW 12th Ave.1
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max '
Shapiro. Cantor Leon Segal d I
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BETH TOV (Temple) 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Cantor Seymour ,
Hinkes 8,
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ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER
Miami. 137 NE 19th Street. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 10 '
Friday >> p.m. Sermon topic: "Our
Uniqueness a- jews." Saturday i"
.{in Sermon topic: "Our Uniqueness
;i.' Liberal Jews."
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Paul J.
Bender, Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11 ;
----------
OR OLOM (Temple) 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Cantor Yehouda
Binyamin. 13
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TIFEftETH ISRAEL. 65O0 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein. 14
2ION (Temple) 8000 Miller Rd. Con- i
servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro. '
Cantor Errol Helfman.
1
Friday s p.m. Sermon topic: "The
right, not .-imply a political expedl-
\i ill speak on The Bedroll "i the
Wei K
HI Alt AH
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. RahJ>l Na-
than Zolondek. 15
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washing,,.
Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor m
Stern. Cantor Meyer Engel *i
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid A.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrde '
Cantor Abraham Seif.
MENORAH (Temple). 620 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abraml
owiii. Cantor Nico Feldman. 29.
Friday 7:1S p.m. Saturday : n.m
.\lii/.\:iii- Daniel, son of Mr, mid .
i.< onardo Lowinger.
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NER TAMID (Temple). 80th St and
Tatum Waterway. Conserwe
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. 29
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bcnila >
Orthodox. Rabbi Phmeas W -'.
man. in
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTEP HI
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Waiv
----------
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1J42.
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohim
Groner. 32
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NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79th Street Cauj".
way. North Bay Village. Conse'va.
tive. Rabbi Marvin Goldson, Ca-tor
Murray Yavneh. 32-A
NORTH MIAMI BfACH
ADATH YESHURUN (Templet I :!5
NE Miami Gardens Dr. Cons*-.a.
tive. Rabbi Milton Schlinsxy. Cas-
tor Reuvan Eckhaus 13
----------
BETH TORAH. NE 164th St. at "h
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max -
schitz. Cantor Jacob B. Mendel*:- S4
Friday '< p.m. Saturday 8:30 sum,
.------.------
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183r; St.
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Ruii.
Cantor Jack Lerner. 36
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SINAI (Temple) of NORTH DOE
18801 NE 2'nd Ave. Reform. Ri-.bi
Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor Irv ng
Shulkes. 37
Friday 8:18 p.m Rabhl K. i-i. II
itinlncue with pact pre-ddi I'r -
fonl I!. Cnoke on the themi
I.,.-.,.m of the Valley ami Othi
sight* from .i Summer's .l-ui
Bnturdny H':"" a.m. Itar Mil
Itarrv. son of Dr. and Mrs Sr
It, c'ooke
iiiWffiniwniiiiiiiiMeiiiirra'iiii:
!'. .....-..-*?
Youth Department
Registration Day
Sunday will be "Registration
Day" for the entire Youth Depart- I
ment of Beth Torah Congregation. ,
Under the supervision of youth di-
rector Miles P. Bunder, registra-
tion will take place from 10 a.m.
to 1 p.m., and again from 7 p.m. j
to 9:30 p.m.
Parents are invited to accom-
pany their children and teen- j
agcrs. In addition to being able to
sign up for the numerous youth
groups and specialty groups.
Registrants and parents will be
treated to a multi-media presen-
tation by the U.S.Y. group at 15-
minute intervals.
A Karate exhibition will also!
take place during the morning
period, and individual group ad- \
visors will be present to discuss [
the schedule and content of the
year's program.
The youth program of Beth
Torah is sponsored by the Youth
Commission; Abe Schorr is Youth
vice president. Youth groups in-
clude ages from 5th grade through
the ATID Young Singles group
(ages 18-24).
"Registration Day" will take
place in the new Youth Synagogue
building on 11th Avenue, opposite
Beth Torah Congregation.
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. 2225
NE 125th St. Conservative. Rabbi
Joseph Gorfinkel. Cantor Ben Zion
Kirschenbaum. 35
miami'bcach
AGUDATH ISRAEL 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. 17
BETH ISRAEL 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro. 18
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir.
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches 19
BETH RAPHAEL (Temple). 1545 Jef-
ferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
BETH SHOLOM (Temple). *144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser 21
----------
BETH TFILAH 935 Euclid Ave. Or.
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Kackov-
sky 22
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA-
TION, 843 Meridian Avenue. 22-A
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig. 23
CUBAN SEPHARDIC HEBREW CON-
GREGATION. 715 Washington Ave-
nue, Miami Beach. Rabbi Meir Mas-
oah Melamed. 23-A
EMANU-EL (Temple). 1701 Washing,
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. 24
Saturday v a.m. services; 10:10 m
.sermon topic: "A Tribute to Ameri-
can Justice." the t'nitert suite.- speaks
out for Soviet Jewry because it is
rit'ht. not Homply u political expedi-
ent.
H"REW ACADEMY? 2400 Pinetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross p.
CONG AN.NELL (Branch of Hebrew
Academy) 7th St and Meridian
Ave. orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Ben.
Millel. 25-A
COHEN
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 1815' NE
19th Ave. Orthodox Rabbi Jons- E.
Caplan. !8
Frlda) B:8fi p.m. Sermon: Th<
lllg of Kx.il. ments
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YOUNG ISRAEL OF GRE-"R
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. OrthSMX.
Rabbi NaftaM Porush. H
CORAL 'gABUS
JUDEA (Temple). 5500 Granada 5 -i
Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper. to
' Friday 8:lfi p.m Service follow. ..>
I an "Aril The Rabbi" setwloi -
flay ii:i" a.m. Bar Xlltsvnh: Hi
I -on ,,f the Hon. itml -Mrs. M. ill
' Harris.
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ZAMORA (Temple). 44 Zaraore kit.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwe1 A.
Berger. *l
SURFSIDf
1 MOGAN DAVID CONGREGA- ".N.
9293 Harding Ave.. Surfside Tjam
Hall, Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D. V lit.
50
rmUmuMU
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 7101 H.
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi A-
Brilliant. Cantor Maurice Neu.
'2
EMANU-EL. 3245 W. Oakland i'K
Blvd. (Reform). Rabbi Arthu- J.
j Abrams. Cantor Jerome Klemer-. 13
----------
P0MPAN0 BEACH
I SHOLOM (Temple). 132 SE 11th '
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. S^on.
Cantor Jacob J. Renzer.
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER IKM
, NW 9th St.
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
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. HALLANDALE JEWISH C1N
Cantor Rev. Jacob Daniiger
N.E. 1st Ave.
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (Temple). 1351 S. 14th
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
I Friday 8:18 p.m. .Iu'Iki m >rt<
I Abram will conduct servli ,;
I.' \ in.-on Chapel anil spe;.k .
i Intermarriage Problem: W'how Prn.
j BETH SHALOM (Temple). 1728 *:"
roe St. Conservative. Rabti Mi-ton
Malavsky. Cantor Irving Goto
SINAI (Temple). 1201 Johnsor St.
Conservative. Rabbi Oavid Shi ">
Cantor Yehuda Heilbraun. H
MIRAMAR
I ISRAEL (Temple). 8920 SW J5t" >< '
Conservative. Rabbi Avro-' DM**
Cantor Abraham Koster.
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iKabbinical *Je/t
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v.
roofram
Aug. t"i Ch. 10, 3:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hou:
Host: Uabbi Morton Malavsky. Temple Beth
Shalom. Hollywood
Aug. r, c'h. 7, 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
Topic: "Days of Preparation"
Hast: Rabbi Morton Malavsky, Temple Beth
Shalom, Hollywood
(No Ch. 4 Program Until Further Notice)
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\ dcy, August 25, 1972
fJewlsJh fhridBan
Pagell-A
jttlS
Max lerncr


NEW YORK, \'V. As the ads put it, what do Hnry Kis-
ser. Sargent Shrlver, Jane Fonda and Ramsey Gark all have
irf? Answer: the fact thai they are involved in a zany-
us sel oi war-peace-elec-tion maneuvers.
is Sargent Shrlver, newly found vice presidential can-
raking up the almost dead embers of a chance for peace
at President Nixon may or may not have muffed in 1969. II -re
Secretary of State William Rogers attacking him, and here
thn former pea: negotiators getting into the fracas in true
fashion, Averell Harriman and Cyrus Van^e supporting
,,n Henry Cabot Lodge al loggerheads with him.
Here i~ Henry Kissinger, seemingly above the donnybrook,
i in his 16th tound of private peace talks at Paris with
i Due Tim, while the Hanoi offensive heats up again and the
rl in bombers saturate the DMZ supply lines, each side
in improving its bargaining position by arm- while the
r: itors talk.
this is in the true tradition of a democracy in the midst
i))'li a war and an election. As compared with 1968, the tallies
: e turned. Then Humphrey, associated with L.B.J.'s war. was
the defensive, while Nixon professing to have a "secret
Ian for ending it was on the offensive. Now McGovern is on
tl e offensive, Baying that Nixon never seriously mean! peace and
doesn't, while Nixon answers that he does go mean peace, an 1
ns >icuousIy shows off Kissinger's secret journeys to prove it.
inevitably, Nixon will continue to use Rogers, Melvln Laird,
John Mitchell, John Connally, spin. Agnew, and inevitably Mc-
I ivern will accuse him of taking the low road by proxy. But to
h credible in this election climate. McGovem must do more
a varm up old peace chances, whether true or not: and to
In credible, Nixon must do more than homb-and-talk. talk-and-
: he must produce some actual negotiating results.
V tt
Hi T IN ADDITION TO the election climate, there is a ell-
m it of i.pinion Mirrounding the war, one of anything-goes inten-
sity. The ease of Jane Fonda and the ease of Ramsey Clark
tcs t '' i it.
Jane Fonda gets int> the picture as a private person intent
causes. The war is one of them. She went to Hanoi.
protest I the American policies but did it on Hanoi radio, even
I he.-ill to American fliers to tell them how futile and
are thu missions Ihej are flying.
can understand her Intensity on what she sees as a
. issue, undersea ed by the fact that she ;rew up trai
p] ted, and Is seeking meaning soi i vhere in her life. The
ul l; ii tl her is silly, however rdolish her actions,
. ,,, .,. ..,!,.. t0 ii fliers. She w'i i!t as a rivate person,
ftjthoul standing in public life and I doubt whether A'r Force
i B i liki Ij to remit from her tirades on Hanoi radio.
It ould be equally sillj to talk about a tion against Ramsey
I ark Vet his role and stature give a greater Importance to his
trip. Here is the son of a Supreme Court justice, himself a for-
i : attorney "eneral under Lyndon Johnson, his name cropping
- .radically for President, mentioned by McGovern as his
ippointmenl to head the FBI. To have such a man re-
: ted on the Hanoi radio as attacking his government's war
policy, was a considerable plus In the propaganda war Hanoi is
lg to Influence Americans' antiwar opinions.
ti THOSE WHO CHH>E CLARK like his fellow-Demo rat.
Ben. William Proxmlre of Wlaoonsinhave a valid point. To
make Clark's criticisms a1 homo is one thing to make them
in Hanoi quite another. He has committed a "serious blunder."
says Proxmire. "We are at war with North Vietnam I think
, 01 -U hut they are our enemy." Yet this is exactly what
I ;. denies. If the war is immoral, as Clark believes, then he
B. s not Hanoi but Nixon as the force to be overcome.
dark is no one's dupe, but a sophisticated political man.
who knows he is taking a far-out position at a great political
rihk. But ho is also an intensely believing man. endowed with a
I ritan conscience, and willing to do battle for his conscience
With all the powers and principalities of authority.
ib shows how far the erosion of authority has gone. All
tfc old limits seem to have vanished. There is o new anything-
; s climate. That it should include a man with the prestige and
foral authority ol Ramsey Hark is the sign of how far it has
'cached.
It Ls a problem that Nixon mast cope with, not only as
Lndidate but as President. The trouble is that he has himself
[uoptod an anythine-goes policy in the war itself, with his
Mning and massive bombing decisions. His policy is that you can
(lo what you can get away with, regardless of whom it hurts.
jThy should he l>e surprised if his antiwar opponents adopt the
motto? The war has become its own climate.
Dinner Meeliii**
9 ii Preparation
For Bonds Drive
In preparation tor the State ol
Israel Bonds High Holiday cam-
paign endeauorai 4opiIsaafc>BarKl
eadership will attend a snecial
linner meeting at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel Wednesday; Miami's
new Israel Bond director, Milton
"I. Parson, will be Introduced to
i! e leadership group and will of-
fic all, launch the pre-High Holi-
day activities.
"This dinner is a traditional
' eni held each year to launch the
all campaign activities. However.
this year's dinner holds particular
significance with the coming of
the new director, coupled with the
irganlxation's Increased campaign
endeavors in the Inauguration of
the 25th anniversary of the cele-
bration of Israel's statehood."
Michael I.itvak. who has served
is the director of the fsrai I Bond
Organization for the past three
years, declared.
The d'nner, a gathering of Mi-
ami's rabbis and other leaders for
the fall campaign, will be followed
-loseiv by a number of temple
dinners, high rise activities and
other special ev< nts already sched-
uled.
Mr. i.itvak will be leaving the
Miami area shortly after this
event, in order to assume his new
l-ist as director of the Israel Bond
Organization in Los Angeles, Calif.
Goida Meir Most Popular;
Moshe Dayan ("lose Second
Beth Moshe School
Holding Open House
Beth Moshe Congregation's new
facilities at 2225 NK 121st St. will
be open for registration for the
coming seho.,i year Shnday, from
10 a.m. to l p.m.
Benjamin Udoff, educational di-
rector, will be on hand; Rabbi
Joseph A. Corflnkel will also be
available to answer any questions.
The 1972-197.'! school year will
begin on Tuesday, Sept. 5. the
same ("ay public school opens. The
program for this year calls for
nli one afternoon session and a
double session on Sundaj the
same number of classroom hours
of instruction per class as in the
NE.W Xl-V:K Prime Minuter
M ir i~ si ill the mosl popu-
lar lea lor in Israel, but Gen.
Moslir 1 ).>.in i- a close se tot I.
a cording to a public opinion stir-
e> conducted there by Public
i 'pinion Reseat' ii ol Israel Ltd.
I FOR I i. and reported here todav
by the American Jewish Commit-
tee.
With 90.9'! of those questioned
expressing definite opinions as to
the person "most trusted to lead
Israel now." Mrs. Meir receive 1
-10..V. of all Votes cast, while' I tayan had .''.7.9' 1.
Although the differences were
relatively smell, Mis. Meir re-
" i'ed somewhat more votes from
n ose over 40 yi ars ol age, while
Dayan was preferred bj more in
ib ihkU r-40 group.
Mrs. Meir also rated slightly
higher with high school and col-
Beth Torafa Plans
Teen Services On
High Holy Days
Teenage services, sponsored by
Beth Torah Congreeation, vviii be
held at the Patio Theatre in the
l(S3rd street Shopping ('enter, ob-
serving Rash Hashanah Saturday
and Sunday, Sept. 9 and 10, and
y/om Kippur Monoay, Sept. 18. All
services will run from 10 a.m. to
1 p.m.
Rabbi for these services will be
Beth Torah's youth director,
Miles P. Bunder, with services be-
ing led by U.S.Y.ers themselves.
Services are open to all teen-
agers in grades 7-12. All Beth
Torah members may obtain free
He kits at the youth office on "Re-
gistration Day," Sunday. All nun-
Beth Torah teens may pick up
their tickets in the youth office
on Sunday, Sept, 3, for a modest
price. All ticke S Will be distri-
buted on a first-come, first served
' BSis.
Boj s are requested to bt ing
their o n pah and I illii. and to
wear tie and jacket. 'liils are re-
tted to wear dresses.
i,, I at< s, v. hito mi i
-. people h h
avcrai e i r above average incomes,
and i ho e ol i iropean or Amei .-
can backgrounds. Gen. Dayan re-
e votes i am thoie with
male s liool education or less,
manual workers, less than average
ne. and Asian or Aft lean back*
..round-. ,
t Ithet choice- essed in the
POR1 poll were Yigal A.lo,, 4.1':,
hi m R iin I 9' Abba Eban
1.7';. David Elazar 1.7rJ, and
i../ oak Kabin 1'
l.i adei ice, iv ing less than one
r ci i I of the vote included Halm
liar-Lev, Pinhas Si .ir. Shimon
Yitzhak Ben Aharon, Israel
fSal'll Voei Almo'i. Yosef Tekoah,
i I,, r Wcizman, Arik Sharon ant
Joseph But -'.
Distribution of the poll is part
of the American Jewish Commit-
tee nrogram to develop greater un-
derstanding between Israel and
the United States. The program is
earriel out in Israel through the
American Jewi'h Committee of-
fice i'i Jerusalem, whi h is di-
rieted by D.'. M Bernard Res-
nikoff.
STRICTLY KOSHER MEALS
Swimming pool and patio
Sugar & Salt-free diets
Oceanfront Synagogue
Air Conditioned Parking
Dining Room Open To The Public
For Reservations or Information
PHONE 531-0061
ss
rorit block '
.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
538-2503 MIAMI BEACH 865-0216
REGISTRATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED
JUDGE FREDERICK N. BARAD
Chairman, Board of Educ.
MRS. CAROL GREENBERG
President, P.T.A.
BAR/BAS MITZVAH & CONFIRMATION PREPARATION
Revised curriculum based on the latest concepts in Jewish Education
THREE-DAY AFTERNOON RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
SUNDAY SCHOOL
PRESCHOOL DEPARTMENT
Nursery Ages 3 to 5
HALF AND FULL-DAY KINDERGARTEN
CLASSES HELD AT 1701 WASHINGTON AVENUE
____________and at 727 77th STREET____________
Limited Reservations Still Being Accepted for
THE LEHRMAN DAY SCHOOL
___________________ Grides 1 through 8______________________
Under the personal supervision of DR. IRVING LEHRMAN, Rabbi
Mae Per I stein, Principal
Ellen Ditchek, Assistant Principal
Naomi B. Brandois, Pro-School Supervisor
Dr. Joseph Diamond, Hebrew Consultant


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Friday;, August 25, 1972
This Week In History..
U.S. Tourism To Israel Rises 5%
1* Years Affo This Week: 1962
President Kennedy anounced
the! resignation of Associate
3ui4en*.,Court- Justice FeU*
Frankfurter and the appointment'
of. Labor Secretary Arthur Gold- [
berg to the Supreme Court.
British Jewry op[>ased as "ex-j
treme provocation" a planned
riMrCh through London's Jewish
community led by Sir Oswald
Mosley.
The Jewish War Veterans asked
the Justice Department to regis-
ter George Lincoln Rockwell as a
foreign agent.
Nine rabbis and 01 other reliiji-1
>us leaders were arrested in an |
anti-segregation protest at Cit.
JIall in Albany, Ga.
The possibility that the growing
inter-Arab rifts might bring "an
unplanned and unpredictable in-
cident" on Israel's Ixirdors was
. tressed by Chief of Staff Zvi
Tzur in Jerusalem.
Jewish organizations resented
an editorial in the Jesuit weekl .
America warning Jews that their
support of the Supreme Court Ian j
on public school prayers might
hasten an anti-Semitic furor.
Mapai nominated It.hak Bon-
Zvi, 78, for a third term as Is-
rael's President.
Egypt threatened to quit the
Arab-f.easrue-urflesr It-fflolf "aTffSri
against the "campaign of insults
and lies" directed at Prescient
Gamal Abdel Nasser by Syria.
Jordan and Saudi Arabia.
President Kennedy siirned a
Congressional joint resolution de-
signating April 21. 1963 as War-
saw Ghetto commemoration day.
The JWV urged President Ken-
nedy to act to curb anti-Semitism
in Argentina and Uruguay, where
Jews wore "in grave daneer" and
"the possibility of a Nazi rebirth
is not remote."
"The uneasiness which has been
jrowmig "1lr"^5o"ufn' America and
-ih-oqd be?''se of developments,
most of which are of a general
haracter and some of which per-
tain to the position of Jews parti-
cularly, must be acknowledged
hut not exaggerated," said Charles
Jordan, overseas director of the
loint Distribution Committee.
Ivaol's S'^-e^e Court rented
entry by a Cleveland Jew Indicter1
*ut not yet convicted in the
United States.
(From the files "f the .1 T A.)
Tourism from the United States
to Israel rose five per cent during
the month of July, according to
official Israel government statis-
tics.
More than 45000 Americans ar-
rived in July. 1972 as compared
with '2,0:0 for July. 1971. The in-
crease set a new record in U.S.
tourism to Israel for a lingta
month.
Tourism from the United Statw
to Israel during the first six
months of 1972 stands 21^ ahead
of the same Period in 1971, with
fbff Irian" 1SWIW tUmertcatLs ,-ir-
riving in the country during that
yierioi. This compares with sonw
148.0C0 Americans arriving in the
same period ending in July 1971.
Families Welcome Returning Students
V Continued From Pace *-A
find just the same kind of thing
happening In many of the more
Democratic Northern states. In
many respects, the most inter-
esting pollers are those used by
local politicians to test the local
temperature in the manner of
the man whom Sen. Mondale
went to. They do not deal
in national averages. They deal
in state situations because that
is their business.
You cannot get percentages
out of them as you can. for in
stance, from the Minnesota poll.
The percentages are for their
clients. Yet the Democratic hor-
ror stories they are finding are
so extreme that they are calling
one another in alarm. They
want to see whether their ri-
vals' results are as lurid as their
own.
IF YOU THEN turn to old
friends among the local Demo- j
cratic politicians, the story is
again the same, but with an
added twist. In brief, the things
the party regulars say about
Sen. McGovern's alleged effort
to patch things up with the
party regulars do not bear re-
peating in a family newspaper.
Nor is this surprising, if you
consider the senator's own ad-
dendum to his announcement
that he would soon seek peace
with Mayor Richard Daley of
Chicago.
"Some people with tender
skin," he added sweetly, "are
going to be offended by that."
dendum, Mayor Daley is sure to
prove one of these "people with
tender skin." Furthermore, the
politicians and the pollers are
by no means the end of this
fairly grisly story. Intensive in-
quiry, in state alter state, has
failed to uncover a single local
Democratic candidate of any
significance who is running as
an avowed McGovern enthusi-
ast.
Not just in the South, but all
over the country. "ie Democrats
who are up this year are being
deluged with advice, as Sen.
Mondale has been deluged, to
put the greatest possible dis-
tance between themselves and
the national ticket.
MOST AKE likely to take
that advice. That is always un-
helpful in itself. This year, it
wili also make bitter trouble
between the local Democratic
candidates and the young zea-
lots of Sen. Govern'! peisonal
organization.
Sucn Is the plctue, as of to-
day. But one must of course em-
phasize that "as of today."
The 26 students of Temple Beth
Sholom Confirmation C'ass of
"732 were welcomed home by their
families last week at Miami Inter-
nationa] Airport after participat-
ing in a Pilgrimage to Israel.
Lenders of th-> temple's th'-d
ann 'al Confirmation Class Pil-
rimage to the Holy Land were
Barak Yaron and Kli Lev/, mem-
1 ers of the faculty of Beth Sho-
lom's School for Living Judaism.
The finest
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Dental Society To Install
The Miami teach Dental Soci-
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stallation dinner-dance Monday
evening. Sept. 25. at the Algiers
Hotel. Dr. John D. Tabak is ac-
cepting reservations; members
will he admitted free.
The group met with a number of
important governmeni leaders as!
the toured the country.
The yoi ng pilgrims included |
"ark Cohen, Monica Don, Ariel '
"dclstein. Sindee Falcetta, Patti i
Fisher, Brett Fix, Judy Gelber,
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Friday, August 25. 1972
rjewisti fhridlirtn
Paoe 13-A
A PROGRAM
THAI MAKES SENSE
Full economic and military support
for the State of Israel the bulwark of
Democracy in the Middle East.
An immediateend to the war in Vietnam
that is killing and maiming our youth,
weakening our economic system and
creating division at home, and
Anti-Americanism abroad.
Using American influence with Moscow
and through the United Nations to end
Anti-Semitism and oppression of Jews
in the Soviet Union. Freedom to emigrate
is a basic human right.
An all out fight against inflation which
strikes at all, but most particularly
against those on fixed incomes.
An end to government waste and
bureaucracy that prevents our attack-
ing properly our domestic ills.
Guaranteeing a life of dignity to our
senior citizens by building cost of living
increases to Social Security and
providing a full scale program of aid
that includes full medical, drug and
dental programs under Medicare.
An end to the despoilation of our
environment that threatens the water
we drink, the air we breathe. A growth
pattern for South Florida that maintains
the environment on which we live.
A RECORD OF
SERVICE TO THE
COMMUNITY
Combined Jewish Appeal General
Chairman, 1965-66.
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Member Board of Governors and
Executive Committee.
National Conference of Christians
and Jews Executive Board.
United Fund of Dade CountyGeneral
Campaign Chairman, 1962.
B'nai B'rithMember.
Florida Historical SocietyDirector.
Federal Grand JuryForeman, 1965.
University of MiamiCitizens Board.
Harold Bosworth Award for Humanitarian
Services, 1967.
National Conference of Christians and
Jews Silver Medallion Award, 1967.
JOIN THE
KISLAK CAMPAIGN
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Dem.Pd.Pol.Adv.


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frJcwist] fhrkSkun
Friday, August 25, 19";
RCA-UOJCA Funeral Standards
Committees Hold Annual Meeting
The annual mooting of the Joint
Funeral Standards Committee of
the Rabbinical Council of America
and the Union of Orthodox Jewish
Congregations <>f America was
held recently al the now offices of
the Rabbinical Council of Amer-
ica in New York in conjunction
with the board meeting of the
Jewish Funeral Directors Associa-
tion.
The major thrust of the meeting
was the strengthening of the re-
ligious standards and practices
and underscored the fact that
the Jewish funeral is a religious
rite, hallowed by millenia of Jew-
ish tradition and practices.
The Joint Committee together
with the Board of the Jewish Fun-
eral Directors adopted a resolution
Miami Beach Students
Attend Hillel Institute
STARLIGHT. Pa. Two Stu-
dents from Miami Beach are
among a select group of college
students participating in the B'nal
B'rith Hillel Foundations' summer
institute here.
The week-long "retreat" at
Camp B'nai B'rith in the rustic
setting of the Pocono Mountains
brought together more than 200
stml.'ins from 110 campuses for a
self-probing study of Jewish
youths' attitudes toward Judaism
and Jewish community affairs.
The two Miami Beach students,
s. lected for their demonstrated
leadership at their respective uni-
versity's Hillel Foundation are
Registration Opens
At Temple Beth El
Registration for classes at the
Temple Beth El Religious School
will be conducted between 9 a.m.
and noon Sunday, Dr. Samuel Z.
Jafie. spritual leader, has an-
nounced. Then' will also bo regis-
tration Wednesday and Thursday.
Sept. ti and 7. from 9:30 a.m. to
4 p.m. The school committee an-
ticipate-! he largest enrollment in
temple history this fall.
Temple Beth El is offering a
creative educational program for
kindergarten through confirma-
tion, including choir, dramatics.
and arts and crafts. The seventh,
eighth and ninth grades will meet
Saturday morning; kindergarten
through sixth grade will moot Sun-
day morning and confirmation
classes will be held Mondays from
7-!' p.m.
The Hebrew Department has
been expanded to a four-year pro-
gram beginning with children in
the fourth grade who will have at-
tained their ninth birthday in
December. Since children attend
various public schools with diver-
gent schedules, parallel classes
have been arranged at different
hours in order to accommodate
their enrollment in the Hebrew
School.
The religious school is accred-
ited by the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation, with a staff of certified
experienced teachers. The out-
standing musical program is under
the direction of Mrs. Irwin Fried-
man; Arnold Pakula is Its princi-
pal and youth director and Morde-
cai Nceman is the new principal-
teacher in the Hebrew Department.
Nancy B. Keller of 1580 71 si St.,
1 a student at George Peabody Col-
lege, and Rose Shalom of 4490 N.
]i fferson Ave.. a student at Rad-
cliffe College.
Hillel Foundations serve as re-
ligious, cultural and counseling
centers for Jewish students and
fi culty members. The program ex-
tends to 2S0 campuses In this
OUntry and abroad.
The annual summer institute,
begun 27 years ago. is structured
with seminars, workshops, guest
lecturers and a setting for wide-
ranging discussions and debate on
I a diversity Ol Jewish issues. Ilil-
11 Foundations' officials call it an
"unique adventure in Jewish llv-
' Ing."
A faculty of 38 Hillel directors
and invited scholars are partici-
pating In this year's institute
lecturing on or moderating 47 dif-
ferent themes. The students also
engage in the interchange of ideas
and viewpoints on subjects rang-
ing from modern interpretations
Of Jewish tradition tO Jewish at-
1 titudes toward women's lib, homo-
sexuality and social protest.
I that during this coming year there
be a special drive to establish
Chevrci Kadisha (Holy Burial
I Society) in every Jewish com-
j munity in the country to assure
I the fulfillment "of the proper rites
I in compliance with halacha. In re-
cent years there has been a falling
off in the number of voluntary
Chevrei Kadisha, and in many
communities there are simply no
available personnel to jwrform the
sacred rites.
The Joint Funeral Standards
Committee was established for the
purpose of promoting religious
practices and standards, and sub-
sequently entered into an accord
with the Jewish Funeral Directors
Association to work for that com-
mon purpose, 'the meeting was
chaired by the chairman of the
Toint Funeral Standards Commit-
tee, Harold Jacobs, chairman of
the Board of the UOJCA.
In connection with the annual
meeting of the Joint Committee.
; the Jewish Funeral Directors As-
sociation Inc. dedicated the board
mom at the new RCA headquar-
I tors. Heading the delegation of the
Jewish funeral directors who came
to dedicate the room were Burton
Goodman of Milwaukee, Wis.,
president of the Jewish Funeral
Directors Association, Andrew
Fter of New York, chairman of the
Education ami Public Information
Committee, Edward T. Newman.
of Miami Beach, past president.
or1 i arrie S. Blasberg, first vice
^resident.
Participating in the dedication
ceremonies were the president Of
. the RCA. Rabbi Bernard L. Ber-
zon; Rabbi Louis Bernstein, first
vice president: Rabbi Israel Kla-
van. executive vice president, and
Carl Grossbci'K.
Larrie S. Blasberg, (left) first vice president of the Jewish Fu-
neral Directors of America, looks on as Edward T. Newman,
(right, a past president of the organization, presents a plaque
to Rabbi Sidney Applbaum, who received it on behalf of the
Rabbinical Council of Amencu.
Sidney Siegel Commended
By Hebrew Home for Aged
The Miami Beach Hebrew Hom< 1
for the A'.'.ed this week celebrated
the 25th anniversary of ii- execu-
tive vice nresldent, Sidney Siegel. |
in the field of nursing homes and
homes for the aged.
The community-supported or-
ganizati in also is marking iis ;.'itii
year with a special Bar Mitzva'"
observance, according to Leonard
Zilbert, president.
Mr. Siegel, who became the He
brew Home for the Aged's ad-
ministrator in 1939. began a CU
oei in hospital niministratio' 1
'ng World War II. He was h
school loot ha II coach in Ni Ji
ey, and played the sport I
in hign school and college.
The veteran administrator lid
worked in homes foi ret ird
hiliren anil with Imtitutiti -
ia'i/i-v; in mental health. Ho tf
:ei\ ed n comtn -n lation this w
rom Mr. Zilbert, In b hall of tti
.;n -ei *, I) iar l of directo
, ership and patients of the Mlasj
Beach Hebrew Home tor the As
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August 25, 1972
*Jenisti Fkridfljr
Page 15-A
UtAl HOTKl
c CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EVENTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
.EV IN AND FOR
Ir.ADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
-,VIL ACTION NO. 72-16287
, NOTICE OF SUIT
l|Ki: ISKfcWWH" fit !..
I ,Mil>
|rT;K S MALCOLM; et. *r>.
ff';Kolc ' ii-UA MALCOIA1, his wife
isiirsal Rep. Doniltiicann
), \. smi.-l.cz Ko, 33 Kiim. Nino
- 'ito Domingo. 1>.N.
j an- hereby noflfleu thai on
, to foreclose a mortgage oil the
ting property In Dade Coumy.
Le'goutheaM H of lh'- Southwest
,1 Hi.- Noi thwest U- less 33
, i for road of Section 31. Town-
tin ..; South. Range :IS East, ly-
bg iind being in Dade County,
lorida:
been filed Mutant you and you
i. ..uircil to nerve- u copy of your
|u. i.' derail***, if any. to it on
IliTVN IJwuJCH, attorney for
Hi.'ilifs whose address Is 5.S-I1 Ris-
\,.- Boulevard, Miami, Florida 33137.
J Hi.- the original with the clerk
tti, above styled Conn on or bo-
- September 23. 1*72; otherwise a
.ni.-nt may be entered against you
(hi relief demanded in the cum-
,111 ,..r petition.
Fitness ni>* hand ami the s,-al >.f
...un on August li. IMS.
E. 1!. LEATHERMAN
a Clerk of said Court
Uj C. P. COPELAND
a- Deputy Clerk
.Circuit Court Seal)
H, 1J-S8 8/1--*
UGAl NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREltY OU'BN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
huflneHK under the n.-ti- i..ii... name of
THK STKAK AND ONION at 171*4
Went Dixie Iliirhwn.v. North .Miami
Ueach, Pin. Intends to register Mid
name with JUe Clerk of the Circuit
court of TwineTJTuntv. Florida.
MARY JANK CORR
S/1S-2.-, 9/1.
UGAL NOTKE
UGAl NOTKE
|THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CIVIL ACTION
NO. 72 16442
NOTICE
111: The Adoption of
.rence LESLIE BEHNKHN,
minor.
PATRICK W. BEHNKE.N
Id Idence and Address
f nknuwn
I ARE NOTIFIED ihat the IV-
iiur, GEORGE K. .STACKS, has
:, petition In the nhove styled
rt for tlii* adoptio'u of the minor
twined in the petition, and you
Irf'tuilred to file written defences
Ilia! Court hy the 22nd day oi'
I- ii.l-. r, IS7S, and show cause why
.petition should not be grunted;
J*wise a judgment for defaull may
Filtered against you grunting the.
ition.
IITNES8 my hand and the teal
\n L'uurt on August li. 1972 m Mi-
u. de County, Florida.
B. I. LEATHERMAN,
- i !lerk of said ("ouri
lly I.. S. DePIETRO
as Deputy Chrk
. un Court Seal i
fcOBKKT CARLISLE
rney for the Petitioner
Vlhambra Circle
|! liablce, Florida 3313s
hi. ti:',-ii'.'4.'.
8 18-23 B I 8
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1444 (Dowling)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
|K: K.-lale ..I
MESSEH
Used
(ll Credit or* and All I". -rsous llav-
ilms ..i ll.man.I- AltlllnHl Said
-ii. hereby notified and re-
in present any .laims and do*
which you may have ngnlnsi
fcstnte ..f JACK MESSEIt de-
hi i..'. "i Hade County, Florida,
'- County Judges of Hade Coun-
_... file the same in duplicate ami
o\idei| in Section 733.16, Florida
It'-, in their of flees in the Coun-
bun house in Dad,- County, Flor-
Iwitliin si*i calendar months from
i.f I hi first publication here-
' tin- same win be barred.
.1 at .Miami. Florida, this 1"
bf August. A.D. 1!'72.
JOHN SoWI.EY
As Administrator
j"i nubllcnfion of this notice on
I th. I\ day of August. l:<7-i.
IlIAKIClt.MAX & SHAPIRO
Attorney for Administrator
N-l-:. Airlines lliiil.line
.Miami, Florida
S. I S--J.". 9 1-1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Tli'i; is HEREBY GIVEN that
|nderxl|rned, aealring to engaRe in
under the fieiltious name of
KS JKU KI.I'.V nl 77" W. I'l'tli
It, Hialeah, Fla. 33013 Phone BUS-
lni.-nds to reclater said name
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
t i.iinty. Florida.
JOROE VIVO
X. 4-M-1H-3.'>
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 71-4398
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Betinc of
I.li: DBIvLA WALKER
I).-, nei.il.
To All Creditors and All Persons llnv-
injr Claims or Demands Agalnat Said
Kstate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which vnu mav have airainst
the estate of LCE DEI .LA WAI.KKK
dei'easi'd late i.f Dade County. Florida,
to the County JivIkcs of Dode County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided In Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes. In their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Pad.- County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will he barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 111
day of August, A.D. 1072.
Clara Mae CummiiiRS
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
the IS day Of AutrUHt, IW2.
Sanford H. Kramer
Attorney for Administratrix
1150 N.W. 14th Stic. I
.Miami. Florida 33130
S 'lft-SS 9 'I-1*
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEX that
the u'lulersigned, di-siring to eiigaKe in
business under the flctitioua name of
MOitAVS JEWELERS at 141 N.F..
2nd Avenue. Miami. Fla. intend to
mirlHter said name with the Clerk "i
the circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
SAI.I.Y BCHECHTER
RICHARD BCHECHTER
/1S-S6 9/1-3
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 RE: THE MAHItl U1E OF.
MARIA DE I.< >S ANiiEI.ES
l/>PBZ MIILWDA,
Wife.
FtKINAl.DO MIRANDA,
Husband.
TO: REIXAI.PO MIRANDA
Santa Monica
Paso Real de San Diego
Plnar del Rio. Cuba
TOII ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage hon been filed amiinsl you and
you are required to serve a cop* of
your written defenses. If nnv. in it mi
FRIEDMAN AND IJPCON, attorney
f..r Petitioner, whose adilress Is ::7::7
8.W. 8 St.. Suite 109. Miami, Florida
33134) (44-64sr.l, and file the original
with the clerk of the nbove styhil
court on or before September 'ja, 1972:
otherwise a default will be entered
acalnst you for the relief demanded in
the comphiint or petition.
This notice shall be published one-
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said Court at Miami. Florida on this
10 day of Aug.. IMS.
E H. LEATHBRMAX,
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By C. M. HEAIiSE
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
FRIEDMAN AND IJPCON
.".7:17 S.W. 8 St.. Suite 109
Miami, Florida 13134
Telephone: 449-MR6
Attorney for Petitioner
MARVIN ROSS FRIEDMAN
8/1S-2G !' l-
UGai NOTKI
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Ihat
the undersigned, desiring lo engage
in business under Ihe fieiltious name i
of P. and F. Company at IAU EaHl
88th Street. Hinlenh. Florida SWl.l
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. FWrlllri.'
8ION OF THE DOVE. INC.
Paul Duhin. President
1"V". East 2tth Street.
Hialeah. Florida 3M13
KFRT WEI.I.ISCH
1U7 Almeria Ave.
COntl 'Jal.les. Fla. 3^134
Attorney for Sign of the Dove, Inc
8/11-18-311 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thnt
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
DOCTORS HOUSE CALLS. INC. nt
3835 Sunset Drive. South Miami, Fla.
intends t" register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
DOCTORS SERVICES. INC.
a Florida corporation
Weincr & Ueiseiifeld PA.
M-1S1 I'.oney Plain
L':I7.! Collins Avenue
Miami Bench, Fin.
18-35 9/1-8
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVES' that
the undersigned, dealrtnn lo engage In
business under the flctttloUH iiiiin. "I
.....l.\ FIBERGLASS PRODCCTS nl
i 7704 N.W. 76th Avenue. .Medley, Fla
in).ml t.. register said name uitli tile
clerk of the Circuit Court "f Dnde
t.'nuiity, Florida.
JOSE RAMON RODRIOl'EZ
.11 IHE Kl MER(' ADAMS
RAIL CI.AVI.IO
B 18-33 9 l-s
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
TICK IS HEREBY QIVEN tlmt
RderRlfrned, desiring lo engage in
pss under the fictitious name of
IADA.ME BEAUTY SALON at
.Vi. ll'dh Street, Miami Flor-
ton- tiS-;887 intends to r.gi-l. r
lame with the Clerk of the Cir-
pourt of Dnde County. Florida
[MARIA C CARDONNE
d/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. BOODEN,
Petitioner,
and
JOSEPHINE ItoCDfiN.
Bespondent.
TO: JOSEPHINE BOODEN
4 Erwin Place
Caldw.U. New Jersey. _____
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of .Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
vnu are required to nerve n eon* c.i
VOW written defenses, if any, to it
on TAL.IANOFP & HADER. attor-
ney* for Petitioner, whose address Is
4"ii Lincoln Road. Miami Bench, Flor-
ida SS1S9 and file the original with
(he clerk of Ihe above styled court
on or before September SO, l.'.-j
otherulae a default will he entered
against you for the rebel deinanded
ill the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four 1 ..use, utive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of Mid OOUri at Miami. Florida Otl
this 11 day of AURUBt. IMS.
E II. LEATHEKMAX.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By L SNEEDBN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seall
TAI4ANOFP A BADER
480 Lincoln Road
Miami Reach. Flu.
Attorney for Petitioner s/j_g
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
UlUTS It. BELI.EIt
and
ALICE HELLER
TO:: Alice Heller, c'o Safe. Rehohoth
Avenue, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware
YOU ARE HF.RBItY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage huk been filed against you and
you are required to serve it copy of
your written defenses, if any. to It
on I,ouiK R. Helh-r. attorney rn per-
-.1 nun. attorney for Petitioner,
whose address Is tit Lincoln Road,
Suite 2.18. Miami Reach, and file the
original with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before September
30', IJ'7-: otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief de-
manded in the complaint or petition,
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at .Miami, Florida, on Ibis
14 day Of August, 1871
E. B. I.EATIIEEM.W.
As Clerk. Circuit Conn.
Dade Cotttlty, Florida
l!y I.. SXBEDEX
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Beall
i..,ui- R. Beller
4; Lincoln Road
Miami Reach, Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
in peraonaum
i 18
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: Tile Marriage of
Jl'ANA .MARIA MONTERO,
ami
MANUEL .1. MONTETSO.
TO: MANL'EL J. MONTERO
RESIDENCE CXKNOWN
YOU AltE HEREltY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar- !
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of 1
written defenses, if any, lo it on !
SIDNEY EFRONSON, attorney for j
Petilioner. whose adilress is 613 Ains-
ley Building, Miami. Florida 83183,
and file the original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or before
September Sib. 1!'7-; otherwise a de-
fault will I.....nt. led against you for
the relief demanded in the complaint
or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the s,al of
said court at -Miami. Florida on this ::
day of Aug. 1878.
E B. LEATHERMAN,
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
lly D. RYAN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Sidnev Efroiison
612 Alnxiey iiuiuiiug
Miami, Florida 33133
4ttorney for Petitioner
1/11.18-23 8 1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR BADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-15384
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: The Marriage of
KONSTANTINB ROBERT
Ki-STOVIC.
Petitioner.
and
MARILYN JOAN KOSTOYIC,
Respondent
I >efi-ndant.
YOl' .MARILYN JOAN KOSTOVIC,
neappndent. ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED to file your written defense to
this Dissolution >f .Marriage with the
Court's Clerk and serve .1 copy uis.n
Petitioner'* Attorney-. VOX ZAMFT
& SMITH. Suiie IE. Continental
Building, 4::n South DI\i Hny.. Coral
noble*, Fin. MHi; on ,.r before the 8
day of September, 1878, else the Com-
plain! will be taken ae cnnf.-s.xed.
IUTKII: lulv '-'7. R'7'3.
E H U:\THEIIMAN, CLERK
BY: 0. P. COPBT-AND
Deputy Clark
(Circuit c..urt Heal)
v 1-11-18-35
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERFBY GIVEN thai
the Undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ol
MALE BOO at :i"7 Miracle. Mile, Coral
UubleH, Florida, 7613 Dade Land Mall,
Miami. Florida Intends to reglHteT
xaid name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of lmdo County. Florida
BEX RICH COlt 11 iRATH >N
a Florida corporal ion
NEI.So\ A FEIJJMAN
A torneye for UEXRICH
Ci iRI'liRATION
8, 11-IS-.'.'- I
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-15753
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAOE OF
DORIS ANN VINCENT, Wife
and
PETER VINCENT. Husband
Ti >: Peter Vincent
No. 2 Eunice C.
Terrvlown. N.V
YOIT ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dltwolutlntl Of Mar-
riage lias been filed against you anil
you are required to serve n copy of
your written defence*, if any. to It
on DAVID E. STONE, attorney for
Petitioner, whow addre*K is mi N.W.
12th Av.-nue. Miami. Florida, and file
ihe original wilh the clerk of the
above siyled court on or before Sept.
8. 1878! otherwise D default will b
entered againsi you for Ihe relief de-
manded in the i-omplai'n'. or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week f..r four cnneecUtlv* weeks
in THE JEWISH Kl.oRtDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami. Florida on
this s day of Aug.. 1878.
B. B. LEA THERM AN,
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade CoUflty, Florid.1
By ft, M. KISSEE
As Deputy clerk '
(Circuit court Real)
DAVID K. STONE
STo\E *- BOSTCHIX
Id! N.W. I'-'th Avenu.
Miami, Florida 83138
- 338-4332
Attorney for Petitl.....1
k (-11-18-28
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1209 FENTON STREET SILVER SPRING, MARYLAND
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1122
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
PEijATO cerc'ia, sn
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons HHV-
inc Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and rerttilred
to present tiny claims und demands
which you may have aRalnst the es-
tate of PEI-AYO CF.RCI.IA, SR. de-
ceased late of Dude County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same In duplicate and
as provided In Section 733.1(, Florida
Statute*, In their offices In Ihe Cun-
ty Courthouse In Dude county, Flor-
ida within six calendar months from
the' time of the first publication here-
of, or the sunn- will be barred.
Daled nt Miami, Florida, Ibis I day
of August. A.D. 1OT1
TEI-AVO CEltl'I.IA. .11!
As Administrator
First publication of this nolle......
the l< day of August. 1978,
OROVER WEINSTEIN *
STACKER, T.A.
By: sn ERWIN BTAI'BER
Attorney for Estate of Pelnyo c.iulia.
Br,
350 Lincoln Road
Miami Reach, Florida
R, lft-S.1 li 1-S
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersiKned. desiring to engage
in business under Ihe fictitious name
of PRIDE MEATS & DELICATES-
SEN at t2!iH! N.W. 7th Avenue. Mi-
ami. Fin. intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
PRIDE MEATS. INCORPORATED
a Florida corporation
Angelo A. All
\IK in.y for applicant
Roberts Building
Miami. Fla
v _:, e 1-8-13
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
.1 STAR CIOAII MAM. tiRDER
IIOI'SE at KM W Flatter Street.
Miami. FUl. intends lo register said
11.un. With the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
NISSAN MANMS
S 1S-L'". 1 -8
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY tllVEN thai
tile undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
business under the fictitious name of
FEJOCAPA INTERNATIONAL. Itl'SI-
NESS ul number I0S Brlckell Avenue.
Suite 311, in the City ol Miami. Flor-
ida, Intends lo renlster the said name
wiili tin Clerk of ihe Clrcuil L'url
uf Dade County, Florida
Duled ai .Miami. Florida, ihi.- 3nu
day of August, 11172.
LATIN AMERICAN
MOTORS COKPORATIUN
by, 1'EI.IN .1. CASTRi). PRESIDENT
8/11-18-33 : I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is hereby given that
Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under Ihe ticlilious name o(
Algonquin Associates at number l4s
Kane Concourse, In the City of Ray
Harbor Islands, Florida, Intends to
register the said name with the nerk
Ol the Circuit Court of Ifcide Counts.
Florida
bated at Ray Harbor Islands. Flor-
ida, this 33 day of July, 187S.
THE MIAMI ALGONQUIN CORP.,
a Florida corporation
Sole ownel
NELSON .v FELDMAN. P.A.
Attorney for Applicant
1133 Kane Concourse
Bai Harbor islands, Fla. "nt".4
s 4-11-1--.'".
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. 72-18<5
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
EDITH JOYCE ALBERTS,
INI II ion.-r
and
KEI'REN ALBERTS,
Respondent
To: REI'REN AI HERTS
t" irehard I'lftce
Diavosiiurg. Pennsylvania r.":H
VOV ARE 1IERERY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are renulred to serve n copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it
on Robert H. Hums, attorney for Pe-
titioner, whose address is :!."" Lin-
coln Road. Miami Heach, Florida, and
file the original with the clerk of the
above siyl.d court on or befor. Sep-
tember -'7. 1*73: otherwise a default
will In- entered against you for the
relief demanded in the complaint or
petition.
Tliis notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
E. R. LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Clrcuil Courl
Dade County. Florida
By I. SNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
tcircuii Court Seal)
Robert II. Burns. Esquire
:',;,n Lincoln ltd.
Miami Beach, Fla.
Attorney for Trillion, r
fc .v. I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOH
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 7?-3847
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: E~l.il. ..
.IILICS L. I.EsSINtl
D... used.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demimds Against Said
Estate:
You lire hernbj notified and re-
quired lo present unj claims and de-
mimds which v-.11 may have against
Hi.- estnte of JCI.IIS I- LE8SINU
.....1 1,ii.- of 1 lade County, Flor-
Ida. to the County Judges of Dade
Cunty. and fib- the same in dupli-
cate anil hf provided in Section 7S3.
Hi, Florida Statutes, ill their ofli.es
in lb. Cunty Courthouse in Dade
County, Florlds, within sl calendar
months from the time of ihe first
publication hereof. ..r the same will
be barred,
Dated at Miami. Florida. Ibis 1st
daj of August. A.D. R'7::.
ROBERT l~ OROVER
As Executor
1 l-'irsl poblication of this notice on
! the 4 tluy of August. IST2
GRO\*ER A\ EINSTEIN *
BTAI'BER, P.A.
IIY: SIIERWIN STAI'BEK, ESQ.
Attorney for Kstate of
.lulill- L. I.ssiiig, de.-il
SM Lincoln lined
' Miami Beach, Florida
* 1-11-18-35
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice IS HEREBY GIVEN thnt
Ihe undersigned, desiring lo engage in
business under the fictitious name of
I Hal's Locksmith Service nl null S.W.
.;i-1 Terrace, Miami S3I43 Intends to
register said name wilh Ihe Clerk of
I the Circuit Court of Da.ie County,
Plot Ida.
HAROLD WO| F
i 4-11-18-IS
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREltY GIVEN that
ihe undersigned, desiring lo engage In
business under the fictitious name ol
Barry M. Glnssmnn, M.D. at C!:i Nl'.
I'oth streei. North Miami Beach,
Florida Intends to register said name
uitli lb.- Cl.-rk of Ihe Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
llarrv M. Classman. M.D. P.A
BBS N.E 1'olh CI., No. Mia Belt.
Fraiikel g, Avra.h, P.A.
Attorneys for
H.irry M Glassnmn, M l>. P.A.
I'.'" Lincoln Rand
Miami Reach. Fla.
S 4-11-18-SS
-k-i:
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE i.-i HEREBY RIVEN that
' the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
' DEI.l'HY BOCTKH'E ii number 74"7
Coral Way, m the City of Miami.
Florida, intends to register said name
wiih the cl.-rk ..I tin Circuit Court of
Dade Count)*, Florida
leii.-d at Miami. Florida, this Ind
day of August, 1*72
A SARA ROJAS
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9>. MM*st>th rMftr
Friday, August 25, 197'
NORTON
TIRE CO.
5S!5iii
D NORTON SHOULD GO TOGETHER
rtew,
OVER 41 YEARS IN SOUTH wimw*
FLORIDA S WERE STILL THE -----------
HIMlffl
RIGHT PRICE
COME IN AND RND OUT FOR YOURSELF!
BFGoodrich
LQHGMILER
4 PLY NYLON CORD (most sizes)
GOOD MILEAGE LOW COST!
Pus 1.90 F.6.
Tax & Trade-in
BLACKWALL
13.95
13.95
14.95
855x14'
855x15'
16.95
20.95
White only WhitewaMs Slightly Higher
-*#.&.',
NORTON TIRE CO. SAYS
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
OR YOUR MONEY REFUNDED
H MJ -'ason you ate not completely satisfied mth
any ne passenje* car tire you Bur from Notion lite
Co, ret.tn it. along with yout oi|iaf moice, itim i
9C days of me la1* of outchase and rout money will b* '
'e'.nded in ne'es eiciuded
SPORTS & FOREIGN
CAR HEADQUARTERS
EGoodrich
SILVERTOWN
BELTED
POLYESTER CORD FIBERGLASS
BELT WIDE PROFILE
95
B78-14
645x14
Plus F. E. Tax
2.07 & Trade-in
SIZE BLACKWALL F. E. TAX
SSii I 21.95 I
E78-14 735x14 22.95
F78-14 775x14 23.95!
G78-14 825x14 25.95 2.67
H78-14 855x14 28.95 2.93
F78-15 775x15 23.95 2.61
G78-15 825x15 25.95 i w
H78-15 855x15 28.95 2.98
M78-15 0 7 QK 885x15 O / -27%) 3.08
L78-15 915x15 39.95 3.22
Whitewall only
Whitewalls Slightly Higher
BFGoodrich
LIFESAVER
RADIAL
WHITEWALLS
WITH 4 PLY RAYON BELT
THE 40,000
MILE TIRE
650/700x13
Pius F. E. Tax
2 34 & Trade-in
SIZE WHITEWALL F. E. TAX
ER70-14 695/735x14 41.00 2.46
FR70-14 775x14 44.00 2.71
GR70-14 825x14 49.00 289
HR70-14 855x14 54.00 3.20
FR70-15 775x15 47.00 2.32
GR70-15 825x15 53.00 2.93
HR70-15 855x15 58.00 3.29
JR70-15 885x15 61.00 3.33
LR70-15 900/915x15 64.50 3.46
MORTON
-SINCE 1924-
TIRE Cl
BFGoodrich
finite
CENTRAL MIAMI
5300 N.W. 27th Ave. 634-1556
CORAL GABLES
Bi'd & Douglas Road 446-8101
NORTH MIAMI
13360 N.W. 7th Awe. 681-8541
MIAMI SHORES
8801 Biscayne Blvd. 759-4446
N. MIAMI BEACH
1700 N.E. 163 St. 945-7454
MIAMI BEACH
1454 Alton Road 672-5353
HIALEAH/PALM SPRINGS MILE
1275 W. 49th SL 822-2500
CUTLER RIDGE
20390 S. Dixie Hwy. 233-5241
SOUTH DADE
9001 S. Dixie Hwy. 667-7575
HOMESTEAD
30100 E. Federal Hwy. 247-1622
W. HOLLYWOOD
497 S. State Rd. 7 987-0450
FT. LAUDERDALE
1830 W. Browatd Blvd. 525-3136
FT. LAUDERDALE
1740 E. Sunrise Blvd. 525-7588
PLANTATION
381 N. State Road 7, 587-2186
POMPANO BEACH
3151 N. Federal Hwy. 943-4200
WEST PALM BEACH
515 South Dixie 832-3044
LAKE PARK/N. PALM BEACH
53 N. Lake Blvd. 848-2544
FT. PIERCE
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"eJewisfa Flor idian
liami. Florida Friday. August 25, 1972
Section B
Hadassah Conclave Hears
Reports On New Projects
NEW YORK (JTA) A
number of new Hadassah proj-
ects were reported on during
Hadassah1! 58th annual national
convention here. Among them
were a vocational guidance In-
, for immigrant students,
i diagnosis and treatment cen-
ter for overseas patients, and a
"tranquility machine" for head-
aches and tension treatment.
Mrs. Edward H. Lewis, chair-
-i hi Hadassah Israel Educa-
tion Services, reported to. the
.;;. ,i d< legates on the "aca-
demic -hock" suffered by Rus-
sian students who have re-
cently Brrived in Israel. "It is
extremely difficult for a bright
stlldenl from Moscow or Kiev
who Ik .eves that he can become
a doctor or a scientist to find
thai he i< below the standard
required by Israeli universities,"
she said. "Nor is it easy for
any advisor to get him to lower
his sights and to choose a less
demanding profession or occu-
pation."
As a result, the Hadassah Vo-
cational Guidance Institute has
get up a pilot project with the
Ministry of Absorption at the
preparatory courses of the He-
brew University and the Univer-
sity of the Negev, according to
Mrs. Lewis. The project proved
so successful that all immigrant
students will be sent to th's
guidance program in the coming
year, she said.
Mrs. Lewis exo!ained that
Standards of education at the
completion of hieh school in
countries of immigration, such
as the U.S.S.R. are lower than
those required in Israel. In the
U.S.S.R. high school in-ludes
only 10 years, ccmoared to Is-
rael's 12. The policy of the Is-
raeli go' eminent is to nrovide
the immigrant students with ma-
terial help, but not to give them
any preference in the form of
acceptine them for courses until
thev are qualiffied, Mrs. Lewis
said.
Mrs. Charlotte Jacobson. Ha-
dassah Medical Organizati >n
chairman, announced that Ha-
dassah is planning to build a
special guest house for overseas
parents and their families on the
medical center campus at Ein
Karem, Jerusalem. "This does
not change our basic philosophy
of medieal care at Hadassah,
where all patients arc treated
alike," Mrs. Jacobson said. "This
will be a special accommodation
for foreign visitors who have re-
quested private facilities." The
guest house will have about 50
rooms.
Dr. Kalman J. Mann, director
general of the Hadassah Medi-
cal Organization, reported on
the creation of a four-year bach-
elor of science course for nurses
training at the Hadassah Henri-
ett Szold School of Nursing and
the development of a specialty
in family medicine for the gen-
eral practitioner. He also re-
ported that the U.S. Veteran's
Administration has informed the
Faculty of Medicine and Den-
tistry that it is now included for
the enrollment of eligible veter-
ans under the Veteran's Read-
justment Benefits Act of 1961.
Among the research projects
reported on was the work of
Dr. David Nelken, head of the
immuno-hematology laboratory.
Dr. Nelken has isolated a pro-
tein named NIP (normal im-
muno-supprcssive protein) which
is fo'ind in the aloha globulin of
the blood serum, Dr. Mann said.
"This substance suppresses the
imnwnologieal reaction of the
organism and thus prevents or-
gan rejection in patients who
were hosts to organ transplants,"
he explained.
The "tranquility machine"
demonstrated to the delegates at
the eonvention was developed by
J. Tannenbaum of the Hadassah
electronic department: it induces
somnolence, tranquility and re-
laxation in many persons suffer-
ing from insomnia, hypertension,
allergic asthma, headaches and
certain type* of migraine, the
convention delegates were told.
In recent years, the electro-
sleep clinic at the Hadassah-
Hebrew University Medical Cen-
ter has also functioned as a
headache clinic, the main pur-
pose of which is to study the ef-
fect of electrical current treat-
ment in three different types of
headaches: tension, migraine and
post-traumatic, speakers told
the convention. The new ma-
chine is based on the "gate the-
ory of pain," advanced by Dr.
Patrick Wall.
At the opening session of the World Jewish Congress Gov-
erning Council, which met for the first time in America, are
ffrom left to right) Sol Kanee, president, Canadian Jewish
Congress, Arieh L. Pincus, chairman of the World Zionist
Organization Executive and Jawish Agency Executive; Eva,
Marchioness of Reading, honorary vice president, and Dr.
Nahum Goldmann, president of the World Jewish Congress,
Dr. Joachim Prinz, chairman of the Governing Council;
Rabbi Joseph Karasick, president of the Union cf American
Orthodox Congregations and chairman of the American
Section, World Jewish Congress.
Morning calisthenics are part of a vacation program enjoyed
by mothers from some of Israel's largest and most deprived
families in a special summer camp project sponsored by Pio-
neer Women in Israel. More than 1,170 mothers, both Jewish
and Arab, each with their two youngest children, are now
participating in these camps, which have been set up in 15
Pioneer Women community centers and agricultural schools
throughout the country. The program is designed to bring
rest and recreation to women from city slum neighborhoods,
farm settlements and development towns.
Syrian Jews Gaining
Minor Relaxations
By Special Report
NEW YORK The new Syrian
regime of President Hafez al-As-.
sad may he willing to improve "on-
ditions -liehtly for the 4,500 Jews
living in the country, according to
Jacob Stein chairman of the Con-
ference of presidents of Maior
American Jewish Organizations.
Sounding what he termed "a
I cautious note of hooe." M-. Stein
said that these "minute changes"
I apply only to internal conditions,
: and that he sees little enconrage-
ment regarding Syrian Jewish
emigration.
He deplored "the discriminatory
provisions in Syrian laws prevent-
ing the right to emigrate. In many
case- this has prevented the re-
unification of families."
The head of the umbrella agency
representing 25 major American
Jewish religious and civic group"
based his views on private
meetings with diplomatic missions.
I a relaxing of a few harsh restric-
tions imnosed upon Syrian Jews
I and a desire by the al-Assad re-
! Rime to improve its image in the
I West.
Mr. Stein cited these reasons for
|improved conditions:
While internal travel permits are
[still required for Jews, they are
[easier to obtain.
Jews are no longer restricted to
travel within a three-mile zone
|limit.
The Jewish community has bean
liven a promise that compensation
rill be awarded for a destroyed
cemetery.
Syrian authorities appear re-
sponsive to Western criticism since
cent publications, printed in
English, stress the positive side of
Jewish life.
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ADL Calls American Party
Tool Of John Birch Society
Beth Torah Plans
New Judaica School
Jews Excused From Yom Kippur Classes
BOSTON (W N Si Bo:-ton College, a Catholic school, has
rmnmul its Je>vi-h Mudctta and fa.ulty members from attending
classes on Vom Kippur. Sept 18. the date on which colics- class. -
bee in.
WASHINGTON Th- Anti-
h :iiiHi'.n laaagMi o. B'nai B"
MKk labeled the American
. i .: -.'1 r "ia; andi-
lati Itilical t ;.s of tl.- John
;. h Societ) an !: ..th "approving and dis-
.. >utin at-S< a itii n.
a line, to Amo'rl Foratei
general coun-*-1 of the league.
, .. V. :i:!.i(. v <|. cisim not to
,. .-k th. presidency widontd a
-it Ida [rf-.-son-.il follow-
and hi- Birch supporters for
.Di of th.' An r: an Party."
Mr. Forstcr ..ui that with the
r,: ttu Thini Party's -ick.r
John G. Schn.it/. for president.
:-.! Thomas J- Anderson, for vie
. ^oth member- of the
~'.ii-ch Sockty'.- National Council.
.i aerit-t) "has auonceded in its
... r and is now emtorke-f on
.j.T.' th. American I'arty to stop
>;. Birch a'tivttks and shore up
t- gwtadlins menteBshtp."
Hn went on to say that "extrem-
. i or anti-Semitism ware key
- i. of literature distributed
, t ihe convention in Louisville, Ky..
hU l.onth. Among th.- m;it.-iii!~
re the magazine of
the Ciii#h- Council of America,
t'hri-itian Cru>ade pamphlets. Lib-
erty Lobby and Women for Con-
stitutional Government pamphlets,
and a variety of local extremist
newspapers. Willis Carlo, founder
adinz light of Libeny Lobby,
and Carol Dunn. t>oth ailll-GuuiMc
propagandists, stalked The eonven-
lion ball and were scores of friend.* a.-nonj the dele-
gates." he acUl.-d.
Beth Torah Congelation of
North Miami Beach L sponsoring.
a -enior hizh -chool program in
3r-Ai-.il studies for The .firs! time
tins **W. A now Sehbor'OrWrtllfla*
les i llebeew hii-'i <.-h-iol dWJ
visiofl and a Confirmation pro-
gram. ,
Goodhart Making
Judicial Race
Da\:d Goodhart. for 11 years an
KM int =tnte attorney, i- ^aininc
in hi- ra?c for the Circuit Court.
Dad. Di-trict 38, his supporters re-
ported this week.
Mr. Ooodhart i- a grad-tate of
th. University of Miami and its
Schoo'. of Law. He served a chief
at the homicide and capital crimes
drrision, and for the past t'u-ee
years was executive anitUUri
state attorney.
He i- a member of the Masons,
Mahi Shrine and Fraternal Order
of Police. In coHegc. h.- was elected
to membership in th-.- bar and
(",n 1 Society.
AnnounCa ment of the new pro-'
grain was made by IV. Max A.
Iirwchitz. rabbi, and hy Rabbi
Norman MuasDntn. educational di-
rector. De\ id MUonznirk is elu-.
cation vice prescient of Beth Torah.
All Jewish X.-en-a?ers in th--
Nonh Dado area are invited to'
enroll in the new School of Judaica.
Conr-os may be audited on a non-
credit basis, with registration in
'pim^s for the session be^innin-,-
Sept. 6.
Weekend retreats will be held
at Both Torah and at sleep-away
camps. An elective system of study '
a ill include courses such as Pro-
phetic Ieati and Ideal Understand-
ing for the Prayer'wok. Method'
oi Art- and Crafts in the Religious
School and The Miracle o: Jewish
Sui rival.
Othi-r courses "ill include Com-
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Bi ile* All grades will be on a
pass or fail basis. Contemnorarj
social issue* and intent ve Hebrew
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Red Magen David Officials
Study Coronary Aid Here
Samuel Rtinhard
Two officials of Magen David
Adorn- Israel's official Red Cross
[service, recently completed a tour
of the United
States, designed
to study modern
techniques in
coronary and
cardiac rescue
care, according
to Samuel Rein-
hard of Miami
Ben h, Florida
state chairman
for the ar flicy
The journey
took Baruch
Gcndler. dircc-
if 'IPA's Corrm"n ?Transportation Department, and
I.....K i Awidan, chief cpmmuni-
cation technician, to Miami. Seat-
|i Chicago, Los Angeles, Colum-
Phk Buffalo and Nassau County,
tew York, involving th"m in train-
Bii'4 for emergency cardiac care
land active participation tvith-para-
nedical teams on the job.
Magen David A1om plans to
implement a program similar to
those in the U.S. Trained person-
nel can place electrocardiograph
equipment on the body of a heart
Mtack victim, transmit the heart
(impulses by radio, through tele-
metry, where a hospital coronary
ward where a cardiologist, inter-
preting the signal, can give medi-
cal instruction to the personnel on
the scene.
The Tel Hashomer Hospital ia
Tel Aviv, Afula Hospital in the
Yezreel Valley, and the Meir Hos-
pital in Kfar Saba are presently
being considered a-- sites for train-
ing and implementation of the
new life-saving programs, eventu-
ally assuring every Israeli cardiac
victim the b-st possible em urgency
care. Florida Jewry is asked to
provide some of the new ambu-
lances required, Mr. Reinhard said.
Th<> tour was arranged bv Dr.
Eugene Nasel, ass'stanl professor
or anesthesio'ow at the University
of Miami, and Dr. Jim Hirschman,
a Miami cardiologist, who a^e con-
sultants to Magen David Adorn in
Israel regarding the development
of a Mobile Coronary Rescue Seiv- i
ice.
American Red Magen David for
Tcrael,' with Headquarters at the ]
Hebrew Academy, a supply win"
for Magen David Adorn, sponsored t
''he tf-ur. Mao-en David Adorn!
maintains Israel's onlv emergency
ambulance service, blood service
73 First Aid Statiors and Shelters,
and is currently involved in an
effort to estab'ish a fleet of Mo-
bile Coronary Res<*"e amv>n,an"es.
-
So. Florida Boys Register
For Punt-Pass-Kick Contest
The 12th annual Ford Dealers
kf America-National Football
League "Punt, Pass and Kick"
Competition has begun registra-
tion for South Florida boys be-
tween the ages of 8 and 13.
The event began in 1961 with
600,000 participants a"ross the na-
tion and has attracted ino-e than a
lillion youngsters a year since
l%8.
Registration forms, information
knd football tiD lx>oks are avail-
able at all Dade a"d Broward
bounty F'ord dealers through Sept.
, Each contestant competes against
loys hi.- own age. Ford officials
pint out that no SDeeial equipment
required, and there is no body
ontaet.
Six levels of competition begm
till) loeai (dealership! events to
held either Sept. 30 or Oct 1.
spending on the dealer's choice.
Geogirphic areas of competition
row larger in the elimination typ-
Vent starting at the local level and
loving up through district, zone.
pea, division and national events,
fhe latter three will tnW> nla^e I
aiing professional football games. (
Lrea competition will be held in
J! 26 NFL team cities between
ct. 22 and Dec. 20.
3m the American Football Con-
|rence cities will go to San Diego
pc. 17 for division competition.
tiile hoys from American Foot-
lll Corrf< rence citis will be in
Francisco Dec. 16.
The nationally televised com-
tition, pitting the divisional
nners against each o'her in their
" age croups, wi'l take place
ring the Pro Bowl game Jan.
in Dallas, Tex.
Jn all three of the "awav"
thristie Running
|or Circuit Court
former Miami Vice Mayor Tr-
Christie this week oros<~d his
pnty-wide camoaign for Circuit
urt Judge. Group 33, in all
|fts of Dade County.
Ie is a past exalted ruler of the
fcmi lodge of Elks, a member I
|the board, Greater Miami He-|
Academy, a cum laude grad-
of the University of Miami
ol of Law and a trustee of
David Synagogue.
events, contestants and their par-
ents will be guests of Ford.
Awards at all levels of competi-
tion include trophies and certifi-
:ates. Divisional winners will also
receive junior NFL uniforms from
their sponsor city teams. National
winners will have their nam<-s en-
shrined at the Football Hall of
Fame in Canton. Ohio, and receive
trophies from Pete Rozelle, foot-
hall commissioner.
NORMAN H. LIPOFf
Lspof f To Serve On
CJF's National Legal
And Tax Committee
Attorney Norman H. Lipoff
will serve as a member of the Na-
tional I.egal and Tax Committee
of the Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds, it has
been announced.
The committee, which will begin
meetings shortly, will provide an
avenue of communications among
lawyers and accountants interest-
ed in Jewish endowment funds,
and related fields.
Mr. Lipoff, a member of the
Young Leadership Cabinet and a
trustee of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation's Foundation of
Jewish Philanthropies, also serves
as cochairman of Federation's Tax
Committee and is a member of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Budget Committee.
The announcement of Mr. Lip-
off's appointment came from Nor-
man A. Sugarman, vice chairman
of the American Bar Association's
Special Committee on Regulations
Process.
Alexander Greenwald (second from left) commander of
Ncrman Bruce Brown Post 174, Jewish War Veterans, pre-
senting a check for SI50 to Dr. Benjamin Reder (second from
right), chief of staff of the Veterans Administration Hospital,
to be used in the purchase and construction of a barbecue
pit for patients' use. Also shown are Wert E. Roberts, (left)
director of Voluntary Services at the VA Hospital Hy M.
Morris, Department of Florida JWV past commander, and
Edwin L. Feibelman, (right) quartermaster.
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Participants in the 19th annual national con-
vention ci the National Conference of Syna-
gogue Youth posed for this picture after pres-
entation of the NCSY'er of the Year Award
to Mark Miller 'third fiom right.'. From left
to right are Rcbbi David Cohen, Rabbi Ba-
ruch Taub, Rabbi Louis Ginsburg, Harold
Tokayer. Mr. Miller. Rabbi Pinchas Stclper
and Stan Frchlinger.
Local Boy Honored By
NCS\ At Convention
Mark Miller of 117.") NE Miami
Gardens Dr., North Miami Eteach,
was honored at the receni 19th
innual national convention hoM
by the National Conference of Sy-
nagogue Youth in Greenfield Park.
\.Y.
Mark, who will be attending
Yishhat Kerem B'Yavneh this
pear, was selected to receive the
oveted "NCSY'er of the Year"
iwand in recognition of his ex-
emplary service to his fellow tcen-
agers, his chapter and his com-
munity. He was chosen from
among hundreds of nominees from
NCSY's 460 chapters in 35 states
and six Canadian provinces.
As president of Hie Southern
Region, Mark has proved himself
t leader, under his direction ii
earned the "Region of the Year"
iward, based on accomplishments
thai speak for themselves: over a
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The National Convention rep-
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unprecedented growth for the
Orthodox youth movements; 28,-
000 participants, many from non-
Orthodox homes attended NCSY
sponsored regional or district
events across North America,
three tours wore sent to Israel.
eight Camp Seminars were held.
and over 400 graduating members
decided to pursue Jewish educa-
tion on a post-high school level.
Orthodox Union President. Rab-
bi Joseph Kaiasick hailed the
phenomenal growth of the move-
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gion officers over a seven year
period which showed that, while
65'. came from non-observant
homes over 80'. continued to be
Orthodox alter graduating high
-rhool
High point of the national con-
vention included an address by
Rabbi In Joseph Soloveitchik ol
Boston prominent Talmudic scho-
lar and the presentation of a
Torah scroll to Rabbi Butara-
shulli. heroic leader of the
i;. rgian Jet s in the USSR and
Israel.
The National Conference of Sy-
nagogue Youth-NCSY is the youth
movement of the Union of Ortho-
dox Congregations of America. It
is supervised by the UOJCA Youth
Commission which includes rep-
resentatives of the Rabbinical
Council of America. Women's
I Branch UOJCA and Yeshiva Uni-
versity. Mr. Harold Boxer serves
as chairman of the UOJCA Youth
Commission and Rabbi Pinchas
Stolper serves as National Direc-
tor of NCSY.
Civic Action League
To Host Candidates
All candidates for the Sept. 12
Democratic. Republican and non-
partisan primary elections have
been Invited to speak Tuesday
night before the Civic Action
Leairue of Dade County.
The session at the South Shore '
branch of Washington Savings & j
Loan Association, 1234 Washing-
ton Ave.. i.s free and open to the
public.
Morris G. Warner, Miami Beach
attorney and president of the
Civic Action League, will preside, j
Each candidate will be permitted
to speak, with length of talks de-
termined by the number of aspir-
ants who appear.
Dr. Rosman Vies For Seat
Running with the slogan. "Put
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Testimony in support of federal aid to private schools, in-
cluding Hebrew day schools is presented to the Republican
National Committee platform committee in Miami Beach by
representatives of Torah Umesorah. From left are Samuel
Abramson, past president of the Jewish Youth Council of
Greater Miami and former student body president at the
Hebrew Academy and the Louis Merwitzer Mesivta; Moses
M. Feuerstein, past president of the Union of Orthodox Jew-
ish Congregations and executive board chairman cf Torah
Umesorah; and Ora Lee Gross, graduate of the Hebrew
Academy and its Weishaus Girls High School.
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GOP Urged
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Day Schools
A strong resolution favoring
Federal ;ii_.l In non-public schools,
Including Hebrew day schools, was
IMVscnU'.l to the Kcuubliciin "S;|-
lional Convention by representa-
tives Hi Torah Umesorah, the Na-
tional Society for Hebrew Day
Schools.
Presentation to a formal meet-
ing of ihe platform committee was
made In Miami Beach by Moses I.
l''i in ivtein, chairman of the execu-
tive of Torah Umesorah and a
foi ner national president of Or-'
Ihodox Jewish Congregations.
Spenkin? on behalf of 400 He-
brew day si hools in ''2 states offer-
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and general studies, he called on
the GOP group "to chart a dra-
matic breakthrough making vi-
able a genuine choice iii educa-
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lli< recommendations included 1
tax credits for parents, grants for;
non-ideological secular services
Facilities and educational supplies
along with proposed vouchers and
tuition grants For parents. Hi' said
these "are Ixith constitutional and
in gently needed."
Palmetto Stakes At Colder
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10 day cruises through June. July and
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wonder people have taken to the Nieuw
Amsterdam. She's a majestic ship.
37,000tons. and every bit as palatial
as cruiseships were meant to be. She
has. balconies, terraces, the grandest
of grand ballrooms She has the grand-
est service too. and no tips are required.
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cruiseships and now, lonawill she reign.
10-DAY CRUISES TO 5 CARIBBEAN
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From Port Everglades 10 Aruba.
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AND EL AL ISRAEL AIRLINES
cordially invhe you to
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ISRAEL
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Honoring
ALL PERSONS VISITING ISRAEL
SINCE THE SIX-DAY WAR WITH
PRESENTATION OF CERTIFICATES

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Community Leaders To Participate In Missions To Israel
FABULOl'S FORTIES: Off to a great beginning is lovely Joan
Danziger, who was surprised by her husband. Dick, and sister. Xorma
Gilbert, who co-hosted a cocktail and dinner party in honor of her 40th \
birthday at the gorgeous new Rusty Pelican Restaurant on Key Bis- j
cayne this past Saturday evening. Among the celebrants were Joan :
and Dick's son. Robert, who exclaimed that his mom's cake was bigger
than his Bar Mitzvah cake, and their daughter, Nancy, nephews Adam
and Steven, and about 40 friends, including Tina and Larry Kamunan,
Lol* and Harold Greene, Selma and Frank Nankin. Marilyn and Baddy j
Adler, Judy and Fred Kretoherg and I.il and Bill Greenwald, all par*-
ticularly enjoying the sight of the many boats passing in the night on
their return from the concert at Marine Stadium.
MAZEL TOV: So many happy, memorable events Nina Rem- ;
iney's marriage to Dr. Bernard Siedenberg (he's new in town, coming j
here from New York, and will be opening an office; they're honey-1
mooning in Israel and Rome Shirley and Sid Singer elated over j
their daughter. Sally's marriage to Steve Safron Richard Pallant
(Marian and Rubin) will be middle-aisling Sept. 3rd with Linda Tras- 1
novic at The Reef in Fort Lauderdale Eunice and Nate Wiener are j
grandparents for the first time and happy as larksJanice gave birth j
to a little boy. Janice, who had been living and working in Israel, fell in '
love with and married Elan Glasaner, a Sabra. Nate and Julius Brunell,
Janice's maternal grandfather, are flying to Israel for the bris; Eunice |
is staying home with her mother. Eva, who isn't feeling well enough to
make the trip. The Kibbutz where the Glassners live will really have a I
joyous celebration!
FRATERNIZING: Andy Lavin. Jamie Novell. Lee Friedel and
David WiUces, local AEPi-ers attending Emory University, invited
propective fraternity members to a bar-b-que at the Lavin home this
Sunday evening. In addition to the potential new frosh. including Mario
Glnxbe-rg and Alaa WiswhiWf. Erica Retes, Lori Fox, three "frat"
sweethearts from Atlanta, Ga.. and Cindy Jurrist were among the non-
eligibles who added favorably to the swinging scene.
SANDY SHOES: After only a year in California, Carole and Dan-
iel (banking and finance) Rosso are returning to the Miami they love.
A MEMORY: The Fontainebleau Hotel was the setting for the
beautiful Sunday, Aug. 20. wedding uniting Marteae Kravitz and
Michael Olln. It will be long remembered by their relatives and friends
and not just as the headquarters for the Republican Party. Mariene's
marriage, the fact that Wendy Kravitz is expecting, the the sight of
Ellen and Larry Elbrandt's six-month-old. Jennifer, an adorable baby,
indeed, brought tears of happiness both to Shirley and Herb and all
assembled, including /* and Jerry oiin. Michael was their eldest son,
and they have much to look forward to, having David and Lorie two
really exhilarating children. The groom's grandparents, the Sara Rob-
bins, were beaming with happiness. Ricki Lewis and her fiance, Mark
Tannenbaum, were there, too; they are to be married this coming week.
Jean and Herky Kane, Sylvia and George Bludstein. Jackie and Bob
Traurig. Corrine and Abe Finkel were a few of the couples on the guest
list.
BEST WISHES: To Mrs. Elsie Toonkel of North Miami Beach,
whose son. Leonard, will soon marry Janis Horowitz of Atlantic City.
N.J. to Al and Gert Beckerman on the occasion of their 50th wed-
ding anniversary, which they will celebrate up north at a party given
in their honor by their children ... to Sandy and Bud Singer and their
children. Heidi and David, on the purchase of their town house at
Aventura. The Singer clan is currently "doubling up" with Sandy's
sister and brother-in-law, Elaine and Mike Sponder, and their four
children until their new residence is completed. All are so happy to
be at the same end of town they don't even notice the "crowd-in."
TOl'CHING: Cantor and Mrs. William Lipeon of Temple Beth
David are just back from the Empire State, where they attended the
wedding of their only son, Norman, to Sophia Draeh at the Fort Tryon
Jewish Center. The bride's mother. Mrs. Imre Draeh, shared in the
simcha. Rabbi Norman Upton was ordained by the Hebrew Union Col-
lege in Cincinnati last June and is presently associated with the B'nai
B'rith Anti-Defamation League in New York City. The highlight most touching moment) was when the groom's father and his younger
sister, Denis*-, who used to sing in her father's choir, sang the Vimalei
together; Denise, a sophomore at the University of Houston this fall,
also sang during the wedding ceremony when Shelley was married to
Robert t'ovin last year. The Covins came up from Raleigh, N.C., where
he is associated with North Carolina State University as director of
food services. Norman's friend and classmate, Rabbi Peter Grumbacher,
and the groom's father co-officiated at the ceremony. This happy event
was indeed a "gathering of the clan," including maternal grandparents,
the Fred Blinkers of Akron. Ohio; the groom's uncle and cousin, Harry
Lipson. Jr., and Charles, who flew in from Mississippi, and his aunt.
Mrs. Alex Deitz of Chicago, who all shared in this wonderful occasion.
HOME GROWN: Lively musical strains drifted across the Bay
from Morton Towers as residents displayed their talents at a rousing
patio party. Participating in the "fun-fare"was Michael Dank (art di-
rector of M-Tl who played the mandolin artfully while accompanying
Mrs. Jean Adams, former opera star. Hy Krasner emceed. and Dewey
Napp produced and directed the show. Broadway here we come!!
COUNTING: Dee and Ted Safian are marking the days until their
fun-packed vacation begins; they'll visit Portugal and Spain, Turkey.
Greece (including the Greek Island cruise) and their family in Israel.
Dee's son. Joel Patigaitlo, is happily living and working in New York,
enjoying all that city has to offer while working for his Master's de-
gree at Queens College and filling a teaching post in Garden City .
Elsie and Marcel Dreyfus, who are relaxing on a month's cruise to Eu-
rope aboard the S.S. Nieuw Amsterdam, say they love traveling this
way Bill Kalbus and his new wife, Jackie, are building a new home
in the suburbs of Tampa, where Jackie teaches and Bill is with the
FHA as an appraiser. (Bill's father has taught clarinet to hundreds of
children and is still doing so.)
COMINGS AND GOINGS: Feeling rejuvenated after their visit to
the mineral baths at a spa in Fort Myers were Lillian and Herman
Ralhy. Jean and Sam Goldstein, Ann and Irv Menkin and Lil and AI
Kennan, who were among a group of 52 "young at heart" members of
the Point East Hadassah enjoying the weekend there Louise and
Bob Ferman, looking tanned and toned after their stay at La Costa in
San Diego Sheila and Ted Hollow returning from their home on
Continued On Page 10-B
Many leaders of Monti's Jewish
community will be participating in
several mtsSatNal to Israel during
the coming year.
Harry A. 1 Hap) Levy, chair-
man of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's CJA-IEF campaign,
and Mrs. Levy, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Popick, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Free-
man. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Corr.
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Levy, Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard Friedland and M-.
and Mrs. Charles Rosenberg will
participate in the annual October
Study Conference.
More than 60 Miamians will par-
ticipate in the Operation Israel
1973 minion later that same 1
month, according to Mrs. Val Sil-
berman. Operation Israel chair-1
man.
The missions are sponsored by
Thrill Shop Needs New
And Used Merchandise
Mrs. Emanuel Ungar. chairma. f
of the Hebrew Academy Thrift ,
Shop, a project of Hebrew Acad-
emy Women, has made a soecia'
plea for merchandise in order to
restock the store, located at 732 j
6th St. Miami Beach.
Private citizens, merchants and
manufacturers are urged to con-
tact the Hebrew Academy office.
2400 Pine Tree Dr.. or the Thrif
Shop for free pick up of donated
items. New and used merchandise
of every description is needed.
federation in cooperation with the
United Jewish Appeal and are in-
! tensive eight to 10-day studies of I
' the problems facing the people
I of Israel today, including immi-
! gration and absorption, poverty:
! and life in the border areas.
The missions will include meet- i
I mgs with Israeli officia's and Jew- |
ish Agency and Joint Distribution i
Committee representatives. The I
Special Board Meeting Set
Mrs. Seema Lefkowitz. presi-
i dent of the Norman Bruce Brown
T.adies Auxiliarv 174. Jewish War
1 Veterans, is planning a special
board meeting Tuesday for the
j o"rnose of presenting information
schedules also provide opportaii
j ties for first-hand fact-finding bJ
veatigation of the new Problem i
posed by the massive and histort
influx of Soviet Jews.
Further information ,-
group tours may be obtained nil
calling or writing the Greater MiJ
ami Jewish Federation. i."00
cayne Brv
gathered at the recent 13th xa.
tional Convention in Houston,
Tex. Plans will also be t irmultw
for the auxiliary's re:; :,- busi-
ncss meeting on Tuesda... .Sept. 5
at the Pythian Temple M01 \y
Flagler St.
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This treat you will prepare with a smiling face because you
will be pulling a little trick. We are talking about a cool summer
dessert which takes about five minutes to prepare. It is rich
fluffy, handtome and delicious. It does not resemble jelly, ice
cream or fruit cocktail, even though they are all part of this
dessert The "trick" is simple and neat. While the ic-c cream
cools the jelly, the jelly thickens quickly and captures the text-
lire of the ice cream. The results are fun to watch and a joy to eat.
A COOL si mmkk TREAT
1 pkg. parve strawberry gelatin 1 cup drained fruit cocktail
6 ice cubes About 2 cups vanilla ice cream
Put the gelatin in a bowl and add one cup boiling water. Mix
well till all the sugar and gelatin dissolves. Add the ice cubes and
let cool till most of the ice melts and the gelatin becomes slightly
thick and sticky. Remove the unmclted ice and add the fruit
cocktail, then stir in one scoop of ice cream after the other. Fold
in enough ice cream to partially set the mixture. Stir gently
until there are no traces of ice cream.
Pour into a four-cup mold. Use a round mold with a hole
in the center, which can be filled after unmolding with additional
fruit, whipped cream or ice cream. Chill the mold for about an
hour or until it is firmly set. When ready to unmold, dip the
mold in hot water for 10 seconds. Run the tip of a knife around
the edges and turn onto a serving plate. Garnish nicely and enjoy.
(For quicker setting and less work, you may pour the mix-
ture directly into individual serving dishes. Use fancy goblets or
plain pyrex cups. Garnish each dish with a fruit, a dollop of whip-
ped cream and/or a green mint leaf.)
it A it
It happens in the best of families. There arc those days when
the kitchen is boring and cooking unbearable. On days like these,
try a Chinese-inspired recipe. Suddenly you get intrigued with
new flavors and textures, you realize that cooking can be cre-
ative and adventuresome, and you find new joy in preparing din-
ner. Especially if the main dish takes only 10 minutes to prepare.
A QUICK MAIN DISH
4 tbis oil
1 this, cornstarch
1 tbls. soy sauce
1 tsp. salt
\ 1 lb. steak
2 celery stalks
2 green onions, chopped
1 bell pepper
dash garlic powder
li cup chicken broth
Slice the meat into thin slices; slice celery diagonally, and
dice the pepper. Sprinkle meat with salt, pepper, garlic powder
and ginger. Heat oil in a large skillet. Stir-fry the celery, pepper
and green onion for three minutes. Add the meat and fry for
another three minutes, stirring frequently.
Add the broth and soy sauce and bring to a boil. Dissolve the
cornstarch in two tablespoons of water and add to skillet stir-
ring constantly for one minute until the sauce thickens. Rice is
a good companion for this dish. Serve immediately. Makes two
to three servings.
it it it
Artichokes are a very striking and delicious vegetable.
When placed on individual plates to be served as first coarse,
they look like flowers and actually decorate the table. Put
creamy sauce in small individual plates and direct your guests
to dip the leaves in it. Prepare one artichoke per person.
ARTICHOKES WITH CREAM SAUCE
6-8 medium artichokes
8 cups water
1 tbLs. salt
2 tbLs. oil
2 tbls. lemon juice
1 tbls. snipped parsley
Creamy Sauce:
12 oz. mayonnaise (l'.icups)
4 tbls. lemon juice
3 tbls. snipped parsley
1 garlic clove, mashed
Choose medium-sized artichokes of bright, green color with
leaves tightly closed Use a big pot, preferably of stainless-steel,
for cooking. To prepare the artichokes, remove the stems and
cut one-half inch off the tips of the leaves with scissors. Rub all
the cut places with lemon juice to prevent discoloration.
Arrange the artichokes in a big pot, putting them in an up-
right position, very close to one another. This helps keep their
shape. Cover the artichokes with water (add more, if necessary,
to cover completely). Add the salt, oil and lemon juice. Cover
and cook 30 to 40 minutes, until an inside leaf may be pulled
off easily.
Remove the artichokes from the pot and turn them upside
down in a colander, for about 14 minutes or until the water ha?
drained off. After the artichokes cool, open the center of each
very gently with your fingers. Remove some of the center
leaves to form a cup. Now that the opening is broader, remove
the "chokes," the inedible fuzzy part, with a teaspooon or grape-
fruit knife.
Prepare the sauce by mixing ingredients together. (You
can do this ahead of time and keep it in the refrigerator.) Stir
again just before serving. Put the sauce in very small dishes to
be placed near each person. To serve the artichokes. : tand each
upright on a salad plate. tYou may have to spread some of the
bottom leaves to support the artichokes in a standing position.)
So. bade Academy
Pupils Registering
The South Dade Hebrew Acad-
emy opens its fourth year this
fall with six complete grades. The
school, affiliated with the Greater
Miami Hebrew Academy, is a new
beneficiary agency of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.
Dr. M"lvyn Greensteln, presi-
dent, said ela expanded quarters at the YM-
Y\VH\ o' C.-eater Miami. 8500
SW 8th St. The school is accred-
ited and conforms to the educa-
tional standards of Dade County's
School Board and of the Florida
Department of Education, he said.
Registration is now under way
at the "Y." The parents of some
100 students represent 10 differ-
ent Orthodox. Conservative and
Reform congregations. Dr. Green-
stein said.
The educational program and the
criteria for curriculum goals fol-
low the nattern of the Greater
Miami Hebrew Academy. Rabhi
Alexander S. Gross serves as ad-
viser for the affiliated but ind"- I
r-endently financed South Dade |
School.
Schy Runs For Senate
Sig Schy of North Miami has
qualified as a candidate for the
Florida State Senate. District 36
He opposes former Miami Beach
vice mayor and judge, Malvin Eng-
lander and State Rep. George
Firestone.
Post and Auxiliary Plan Games Party
The Norman Bruce Brown Post
174 and its Ladies Auxiliary will
hold a games party for patients
on the 4th and 12th floors of the
Veterans Hospital Saturday from
7:00 to 8:30 p.m.
The evening will include a sing-
a-long and refreshments. Edward
Brenner is hospital chairman for
the Post and Essie Kolinsky loi
the Ladies Auxiliary.
Every Saturday morning thiJ
auxiliary is responsible for scrv-|
icing the telecart, a portable tele-
phone, enabling the bed ridder
patients to make telephone caUsl
to their families and friends. Tele-J
cart chairman is Mrs. Sylvia Lielv
man.
r, A r, A h h
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PLUMBING
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Heiman Associated
With Realty Firm
Sam J. Heiman. 70. who rec-
ccntly announced his association
with the firm of Jack Thomas
Inc., as Associ-
ate Realtor, has
In the past been
associated with
Superior Uni-
forms Inc.. and
Hour Clean Inc.
A past presi-
dent of the
Greater Miami
Jewish Federa-
tion, Mr. Hei-
man founder!
t he Jewish Vo-
cational S e r -
vice, is lmoraiy president ol
Community Chaplaincy Service,
serves as a vice president of the
Jewish Home for the Aged, and
is a Life Trustee and a Founder
ol Mount Sinai Medical Center.
Mr. Heiman. a resident of the
Miami area for 47 years, is found-
ei and past president of the Pro-
gress Club of Miami, a founder
and a member of the Board of Di-
rectDrs of the International Bank
ol Miami, a charter memlier of the
Standard Club and a member of
Wfestview Country Club. He is also
a past member of United Jewish
Appeal's National Cabinet.
Sam Heiman

Babbi rfillel E. Silverman of
Temple Sinai, Beverly Hills,
Calif., has been appointed
chancellor of the American Col-
lege in Jerusalem, Dean Leon-
ard I. Goldstein announced.
While continuing his full-time
duties at the temple Dr. Silver-
man will serve as chief spokes-
man for the college in the
United States.
Sen. Dick Fincher
Firmly Opposes
New Income Tax
Sen. Dick Fincher this week an-
nounced his complete opposition to
any form of Florida ersonal in-
come lax. The Miami automobile
dealer and community leader is a
candidate for reelection to the
Florida Senate. District 35.
Sen. Fincher said he had voted
for and worked for the new stale
corporate income tax, but that he
is firmly aiainst any personal in-
come tax. He is a Democratic can-
didate in the Sept. 12 election.
He pointed to the state's present
purnluo of more than S200 million,
and said that Imposition of a per-
S'H'a! income tax woulJ penalize
middle income families who bear
the greatest burden of taxation.
Temple Beth Raphael
Enlists New Soloists
Lucill- Blackton and Henry Le
Clair have been appointed fea-
tured so'oit- w'*'i the Temple
Beth Rne'-aH Cv>i- of Miami
Beach, tind r the direction of Leon
ShUt
They will "<'-k w''h RnMii Da\ M
Raab and Cantor Saul H. Brech
during the High Holy Days.
The two vocalists moved to Mi-
ami recently from Xew York
where they wire featured in
Broadway plays and in television
commercials.
PERSHING
ANNOUNCES ITS
"GREATEST SALE IN HISTORY"
PERSHING CARRIED OVER 300 1970, 71 and 72 CARS
FOR THE DEMOCRATIC AND REPUBLICAN CONVENTIONS. IN
ADDITION WE BOUGHT 100 OTHER 1972s, NOW THAT THESE
EVENTS ARE OVER PERSHING MUST DISPOSE OF THESE CARS
TO MAKE ROOM FOR THE 1973's.
400 To Choose From
All Makes and Models
These Are One Driver Leased and Rental Vehicles
Some of These 1972 Cars Have Less Than 1,000 Actual Miles
Most Still Have The Factory Warranty
Bank Financing Available Trade-Ins Accepted
No Reasonable Offer Will Be Refused
These Cars Must Be Sold In The Next 40 Days
72 IMP ALAS 2 and 4 Doors 100 to choose
from. Choice of Colors. All have Auto-
Trans., P.S., P.B., Fact. Air, Radio, W.W.
Tires. Most have less than 1,000 actual
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MUST SELL
70 CADILLIC COUPE & SEDAN DeVILLE.
20 to choose from. Choice of Colors. Most
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Priced from S3895
69 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE. 5 to Choose
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Priced from SI 895
71 FORD WAGON 10 PASSENGER
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August 25, 1372
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Bar Mitzvah
Pago 9-B
STEVEN HARRIS
. Matthew Harris will be
,, the Torah for his Bar
Snturdaj morning, Aug,
Temple Judea oi Coral
the sun i>f Rep. and
ill s, Harris, is an
-Mill, ill al Ransom School,
lie is ,n the eighth grade.
,i graduate of Temple
- Hebrew School, and will
, his religious education
h Confirmation. Steven is a
. i hi the Ransom School
Club.
[olebrani "ill bo honored
Kiddush and luncheon lol-
ihe services. Sharing In the
mies ill be Steven's grand-
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lip-
I Mrs. David Harris. Out of
nests will include Mr. and
|.\ thur Harris of I.os Angeles,
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Har-
|].i lloville, III.: Dr. and Mrs
Lipton, Silver Spring, Md.;
fend Mrs. Joseph Kyle, and At-
Gcneral and Mrs. Roherl
ol Tallahassee.
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DANIEL LOWINOER
kniel, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
lardo Lowinger, will become a
I Mitzvah af Temple Monorah,
Irday morning, Auk- 26.
Inny is a student at Nautilus
High School, where ho is
eighth jjrade.
Blowing services, there will be
addush in Temple Menorah's
Saturday, Aug. 26.
Scotl, who became Bar
van l.'.-i rr.jnth al the Wi
Wall, is an eighth v.iadi stud i1
al I'aim Ho Junior Hieh '
He has stuglud al Hfih PnvJ I -
' fi "ou Sen Kjf t'i* I year I
i- in Hi I>i rade seven. T u
col.'brant plays tniii|.-t in tlv
Laneer Band and pai i ipated in
Mary Lini -k's Nighl Club Revi ",
as i tap dance .
Mr. and Mi s. Mesh will h
Iheir son al I he Kidd ih folio v In i
e ices al Bl Hi David an I hosl a
I.....hi'ni In hi- hono- ulso. Am in
guests will be Ins great-grandpar-
n -, .\li. and Mrs. Meyer I'.o en
his grandparents, Mr. and Mr-*.
William Mesh and Mrs, Edna
Rosen; Mr. and Mrs, Stanley
Mi -h and Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Ros-
en ol Atlanta, Ga.; Mr. and M -
Jerry Kanter and Mr. and Mr*. B.
Kanter of Cincinnati, Ohio; Mr.
and Mrs. Norman Ostrin of Evan-
ston, III.; Mr. and Mis. N. Edel-
berg of Silver Spring, Md., and
the celebrant's grcat-greal aunl
and godmother, Mrs. Sam Ilersli
of Miami, and Mr. Hersh.
-A, .A. A.
MICHAEL BOOKMAN
Michael, son of Mr, and Mrs.
Raymond Bookman, will observe
his Bar Mitzvah at Beth Torah
Congregation Saturday morning,
Augusl 26.
Michael, a member of the fifth
grade class at Beth Torah's Har-
old Walk Religious School is an
Hall, and Saturday evening I honor student al John F. Kenned)
will be a reception and din- j
;i the Eden Roc Hotel in i
s honor.
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MAR-IORIK BAROS
- rjorie Leigh, daughter of Mr.
Mrs. J. William Baros Jr.. will ,
018 Bat Mitzvah Saturday,
26, at Temple Both Am.
eighth grade honor student
Palmetto Junior High School.
irie is interested in horseback
g, and has won several rib-
tor her equestrian perform-
-.
will lie honored by her fam-
the Kiddush following the
. s, and a reception and din-
i the e\ ening a1 i he new
d Or ive Hotel.
ir.: guests attending "ill be
\: andmothers, pioneer Miami-
pi r, .1. William Baros Sr., and
Norman D, Jacobs. Out-of-
guests will include Mr, and
I'avid .1. Tomashoff, Mrs.
n Kaplan, and Mr. and Mrs.
y Albert all of Roekvillc Cen-
N.Y.; Mr. and Mrs. Peter
phcr of Now Shrewsbury, N.J.;
md Mrs. Leon Socol and Mr.
Marjoric Baros Daniel Lowinger
' i i 'ii the Ki Idush Follow in :
1 i:i ncl id" h's mati
inr ni-. Mr and Mi-. Philip
t pal lial E alidjiiu'e'it-.
II nriin Book nan and Mrs. Lillian
Green of New York; Mr. and Mr-.
Emanucl (! r, n, Mrs. Paul Blum-
i-nthnl and M'ss Hillarj Blutnen-
thal o' New York, Mr. and M ;.
Mi If red Bo ik nan of California
and Michael Kridel from New
Jersey,
ROBERT. CAROLE GOLDBERG
Robert .lav. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley C. Goldberg, will become
a Bar Mitzvah Satin lay morning
Aug. 2U, al Congregation B'nal
Raphael. His twin s'^ter Carol Sue.
will becom Bat Mitzvah Friday
ni^ht. Aug. 25, ai Congregation
B'nal Raphael,
The celebrants, honor students
in Hebrew School, will attend the
eighth '-'lade at Parkway Junior
High S hnol. where they have also
lie n honor students.
Mr. and Mrs. Goldberg will host
the Oneg Shabbat and Kiddush
following sen ices, and a luncheon
reception at the Americana Hotel.
Among guests will be the twins'
Scoff Mesh
Sleven Harris
New Member Party Sunday
Noi lh 1 >adt 's :,i-l .....u iii
w ill hold
' party" Sun-
0 | The congregate n
nterestitl in al fil a
i ion lo m< el its i ibbi, cantor and
I of trustees j
'i he i \ening i- In ing coohairedl
Frank Krn tnd Mfs.|
ster, wTfft' head the"
i a lion's iibei ship com-
mittee,
TEMPLE TIFERETH ISRAEL
Conservative
6500 North Miami Ave.
MAURICE KLEIN, RABBI
INVITES YOUR MEMBERSHIP
Annual dues of $100.0C includes 2 seats for the High Holidays,
Hebrew and religious school for your children as well as adult
education.
MODERN FACILITIES
For appointment call office 751-6791
or the rabbi 673-3923 or 758-7360
Ample Free Parking Security Guard
Junior High School, where ho is
In the eighth grade, and plays base-1 grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
ball with a little league team. j net M. Btvdt and Mr. and Mrs.
In Michael's honor, his parents j Jack D. Go'dbcrg.
Family Reunion Week
At Grossinger Hotel
Young people Day Campers,
Pie-Teens, and Teens will bo
the V.I.P. guests at Grissinger's
Hotel for the five-day period from
Sunday through Friday, Sept. I.
when the hotel stages Its second
annual 'Knd-Suninier Family Re-
union Week."
In addition to the vast number
ot special activities, entertain-
ments, spoils tourneys, and events
planned for the younger folk, the
major attraction of the week is
the bargain economy rates for all
young people as the third or
fourth occupant in the room with
their parents. Special low-mid-
week rates will also lx- in effect
for mom and dad during the en-
swimming pool will continue
In full operation under a conting-
i in of top counselors and special-
ists headed by Mrs. Elaine Daitz.
A special night club and rock hand
will be extra added attractions for
the Teen Set.
TEMPLE OROLOM
8753 S.W. 16th Street
Now accepting High Holiday Reservations
"Apply your reservations Toward a yearly
membership during: the month of September."
Sliehos Rosh Hashanah Yom Kippur
CONDUCTED BY
RABBI ELLIOT WINOGRAD CANTOR YEHUDA BINYAMIN
Daily Minyon Service
Nursery School
Or. Myron Coulton
President
Hebrew & Sunday School
Jr. & Sr. USY Youth Program
Mr. Asher Melzer
Executive Director
For Information Call Temple Office 221-9131
VVVVVVVVV\*rVVVNrVWWVVVVV*VVWWVi^^
|Mrs. Gilbert Bachman of At- .
Ga., and Mrs. Sharles Jo-' tiro five day period.
Betty Wyde of St.
Mr.
be-
Among the highlights of the
week will be a series of exciting
father-son. mother-daughter tour-
naments in all major sports with
valuable trophies going to the
winners at a gala "awards ban-
Mitzvah at Beth j quet" Thursday evening, Aug. 31.
ation, during Shall- Also on tap are many outstanding
children's shows and entertain-
ments, and apiioarances by top-
flight professional sports stars in-
cluding Coach Camille Henry of
the new New York Haiders hockey
team and two of his key stars. Al-
ton White, and Mob Winogiad.
Grossinger's elaborately-equip-
ped day camp with private
and Mi
Mo
ys- vh- -r>
JAY BARTELS
Gary Bartels, son of
Mrs. Edmund Cook, wi"
! a Bar
h Congrt
afternoon services at t>:.">() p.m.
26.
is a member of the Torah
at Beth Torah's Harold
B Religious School.
i'sls will include bis great-
frnother, Katie Friedman.
adelphia, Pa.; and his grand-
I is. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Bar-
nd Mr. and Mrs. Irving Ros-
of Miami,
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SCOTT MESH
tl i:. son ol Mr. and Mrs.
rd \ Mesh, L2240 SW Kfiih
will celebrate his Bai M tz-
al Beth David Congregation
1
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w Wk* A
,..*
Do not separate yourself /"H3TO P Bhtffl ?8 from the community
THE UNION OF AMERICAN HEBREW CONGREGATIONS
Regional Office
WORLD-WIDE SPONSOR OF REFORM LIBERAL JUDAISM,
INVITES YOUR PARTICIPATION AND WORSHIP.
Dade Federal Building, 101 E. Flagler Street, Miami, Florida 33131
Regional Director Rabbi Sanford M. Shapero
TIMPLE ISRAEL Of GREATER MIAMI
137 N. E. 19th Street
Beginning Our 5".t Year of Service
DR. JOSEPH R. NAROT. Senior Rabbi
BARRY TABACHNIKOFF, Asst. Rabbi
JACOB G. BORNSTEIN. Cantor
Services every Friday evening at 8:15 o'clock
Mid-Week Hebrew Classes: North Miamiat
Sabal Palm Elementary School
For Temple Affiliation and Religious School
South Miami at West Lab School
Information Call 379-8311
r
CONSERVATIVE SERVICES
FOR THE
HIGH HOLY DAYS
VICT0RH0TEL
1144 OCEAN DRIVE, MIAMI BEACH
REV. HARRY KAHN
CANTOR AND SPIRITUAL LEADER CONDUCTING
RESERVATIONS FOR for information
single person 59.00 and $11.00 CALL 531-0041 9
*, .tffc tcfc.iiM. *vr-
TEMPLE SINAI
The Reform Congregation of North Dade
18801 N.E. 22 Avenue, North Miami Beach
Ralph P Kingiley, Rabbi Irving ShUlkei, Cantor
Kenneth J. Schwartz. President
Sabbath Services: Fridays at 8:111 p m.
Saturdays at 10:30 a.m.
For information concerning Membership.
Religious School Registration. Youth Croups
and our varied activities for Young and Old
Call 949-3429
TEMPLE JUDEA
5500 Granada Boulevard, Coral Gables
Serving Coral Gables and South Dade
RABBI MORRIS A. KIPPER
Sol Schreiber, President
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL YOUTH GROUP
ADULT EDUCATION
For Affiliation and Information
Phone 667.561.7
CTh./ B*tk &4>
5950 S.W. 88 St, (N. Kendall Drive)
Miami, Florida
The Suburban Reform Congreg-ation
Cordially Invites You to Join
Its Congregational Family
NURSERYRELIGIOUS AND HEBREW SCHOOL
ADULT EDUCATION AND YOUTH GROUPS
Herbert M. Baumg.ird, D.H.L., Senior Rabbi
Barry Altman, Associate Rabbi
Adjacent to Kendall and Coral Gables
Phone 667-5587
TEMPLE BETH SH0L0M
RABBI LEON KRONISH. D.D.
4144 Chase Avenue. Mumi Beach
(Daily Nursery School and Kindergarten
through Confirmation and High School)
Religious School Registration Now In Progress
Call the Temple Office 538-7231
for information regarding
THE BETH SHOLOM FAIR SHARE
FAMILY PLAN
"The Synagogue Is Survival"


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Jewlsti rtcrkttar
Friday, August 23, I977I
Tete-a-Tete
Continued From Page 6-6
the French Riviera, where they spent the summer with their children
(Ted commuting, of course' Ka* and Dr. Robert Re-xnMum off to
Russia to see what they can see Kerry Yarkin. 16-year-old daugh-
ter of Joan and Don 'vice president of Dupont Glore Forgani ecstatic
over her month-long tour of Europe dutiful daughter Mr*. Henry
Boa* making an impromptu visit to her mother in New York City .
and following her European visit and tour with Swiss friends. Lori. the
daughter of Rene and Jerry BiK-hmun. will join Bonnie Hersh, daugh-
ter of Seirna and Sid. on the L'lpan Kibbutz Maayan Zvi in Israel: they
will study and work there for six months before returning home.
NEWS: Frieda and Ruby Levant, have lots of nice and welcome
their daughter. Harriet, and her hubby, Howard, are in a beau-
tiful home in Canoga Park. Calif. They have two children Mindy. who
is almost four, and Man. (even months. Their ion, Bennett, a gra iuate
of the University of Maryland recently married ai I ii living H itta-
Mr., and working for the government in Washington. DC". Sharon
i S< the University an I Barbsra
Aili be studying at Santa Fe I Diversity this fail
to be so quiet wonder :f they can take the peace and caln I
dent o! the Department of FTori Auxiliary. Ji wish
'.;: Veterans of the USA. a number of year- ago.)
UCAl MOTKI
UGAl notk:
ucal Nona
Advertising Firm Appointed
Aqency of Record for Three
Michael Schark Advertising has
been appointed agency of recoro
fn three Florida condominium
projectl of General Builders Cor-
ooration. The Miami-based agency
will represent Point II at Point of
Americas and Ocean Club Con-
dominium, both in Fort Lauder-
dale; and the Silver Thatch Intra-
coasta] Condominium in Pompano
fJeach, according to an announce-
ment made by Olgerts A. Bod-
nieks, director of Marketing and
Sales for General Builders Cor-
poration.
Michael Schack Advertising is
located at 15328 NW 7th Ave.
Liaison with the account is han-
dled directly by Michael Schack.
formation.
LEGAL NOTICE

JACOB
SCMCBTER
09/ THE All
MAY YOU*
FAVORITE
YIDDISH MUSIC
EVERY SUNDAY AT NOON
RADIO STATION WLTO
1200 On Your Dial
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NUMBER 72.16197
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
FOR ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
THE MARRIAGE OF
OEORGE W. FLYNN.
Husband
aril
M.M'.'iAKET C FLYXN.
Wife
TO: MARGARET C FI.YXX
26" Fairview Road
fVoodlyn, Pa
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar- \
nag*- has I.een filed against you and
you are required to aerve a copy of ;
your written defenses. If an v. to it on
RONALD J. FATH. Attorney for Peti-
tioner, whose address Is 2629 South
Bayshore Drive. Miami, Florida, and
file the original with the Clerk of the
abort s'ylt-d ooUfi on or before Sept
It. 1971; otherwise a default will he
tutored against you for the relief de-
manded in the Complaint or Petition.
THIS NOTICE shall be published
once each week for four consecutive
weeks In THE JF.VVfSH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said Court at Miami. Dade County.
Florida, this X day or Aug. 1972.
E B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida.
By: RONALD TAUTEXHAN
(Circuit Court Seal)
Deputy Clerk
RONALD J. FATH, Attorney
2629 South Hayshore Drive
Miami, Florida
(Attorney for Petitioner!
8/11-18-2* "'I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-3900 (Blanton)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ir HE Estate of
JULIUS WEI.~-.-MAX.
Ii eased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
lllllifl to pr->^iit any claims ar.d de-
which you may have against
the estate of JULIUS WEISSMAX.
deceased late of Dad- County. nor-
th- Count* Judge- of Dade
County, and file the same in dupli-
< ale ar;d as provided in Section 733.-
.,. Fi ates. in their office*
in the County (' u-->. mat it. Dade
, c calei lax
- m the time of the
hereof the h r

ai Miami Florida.
AllgU A .
IRVING W EISSMAN
A Ex- nl I
u b thii lice i
thi ." : August
IS is ..
a Executor
2H

W I 1-8-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undi ring to i m-'.ii'-
business u: dei The fictitious nai
SUN LCCK RESTAURANT at 1442
W. 4;-th Street. Hialeah. Fla. intends
to regisirt said name \%ith the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida
FELIPE LI
23 9/1-8-is
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 71-5297
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
IN RE: Estate of
RET A MAY BEECHBR
Deceased
NOTICE Is hereby given that I have
filed my Filial Reporl and Petition for
Distribution and Finni Discharge at
Executor of the tatate of RBTA may
BEECHBR, deceased; and that on the
19 th day of September, 1971, will ap-
ply to the Honorable County Judges
if Dade County, Florida, for approval
if Mid Final Report and for diatrlbu-
tlon and final dlschargt as Executor
.f the eatate of the above-named de-
edent. This IXth day Of August,
197!
HENRY NORTON
HENRY NORTON
Attorney
14"6 liiscayric Building
Miami, Florida SS130
1725 n/i-x-ir.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-3882
hi RE: Estate of
LENA STOCK
Deceased.
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT.
You are hereby notified that a writ-
ten Instrument purporting to be the
last will and testament of said de-
cedent haa been admitted to probate
in said Court. You are hereby com-
manded within six calendar months
from the date of the first publication
of this notice to appear in said Court
and show cause. If any you can. why
the action of aald Court In admitting
said will to probate should not stand
unrevoked.
FRANK B. DOWI.1XO
County Judge
By MELKA C DICK
Clerk
AHONOVITZ. SILVER & BOOTH
Attorneys Estate of Lena Stock,
deceased
908 Ainsley Building;
Miami. Florida 33132
(Circuit Court Seal)
First publication of this notice on the
11 day of August, 1972
8/11-18-25 9/1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 70-4191
IN RB: Estate of
morris KAPLAN
Deceaaed
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that we
have filed the Final Iteport and Peti-
tion for Distribution and Final Dis-
charge as Administrators of the es-
tate of MORRIS KAPLAN, deceased:
and that on the 4tb day of Septem-
ber, 1872, will apply to the Honorable
County Judges of Dade County.
Florida, lor approval of said Final
Report and for distribution and final
discharge as Administrators of the
estate of the above-named d.....dent
This 27 day of July. lW,
Oladyi Diamond
Joseph Schmler
JOSEPH SCHMIER, ESQUIRE
Attorney
80S Mncoln Road Suite nr,
Miami Reach, Florida 33139
8/4-11-18-2.'.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
WOMEN'S MEDICAL CENTER &
FAMILY PLANNING HER VICES ai
MM W Fiagl.r Street, Miami, Ha In-
tend! to register said 'name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
ARTHUR NBLLOW HENSON II D.O.
Qreenberg & Bodnt
Attorney! for applicant
!! w. Piagler Btreet
Miami. Florida
_____________8/23 8/1-8. IS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
Nd. 71-5263
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Batata of
HILDA M. LEVY
Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have agnlnst the es-
tatt Of HIIJJA M. LEVY deceased
latt of Dade County. Florida, to the
County Judges of Da.I.- County, and
fib' the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided In Section 733.16. Florida Stat-
utes, In their offl.es In the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. I'lorida. this 27
day of July. A.D. 1871
ETHEL MKDFORD BYERS
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 4 day of August. 1972.
HERBERT Z MARVIN
LARSON AND MARVIN
Attorney for Executrix
777 N.W. 72 Avenue
Miami. Florida 33126
8/4-11-18-25
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious names of
WOXO MOTOR INN
ECOXO ROADSIDE IXX
ECONO TRAVEL LODGE
ECOXO HOTEL
ECONO MOTEL
El 'No L< >DGE
ECONO TRAVEL
ECOXO IXX
ECOXO HOUSE
at :-J4 Blacayne Boulevard. Miami.
Florida, intends to register said names
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
JERKY GRAXGER
MAC HERMELL
Attorney for Jerry Granger
1800 S.W. Third Avenue
Miami. Florida 23128
8/23 8/1-8-15
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-1*813
IX RE: The Marriage of
ESTHER CURRY.
Wife,
and
JOHN A CURRY,
Husband.
TO: Mr. John A. Curry
4-"T E 17-'h Street
Bronx. New York 11457
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Petition for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you, and
you are required to serve a copy of
your answer or pleadings to the Petl-
tlOB, on the Petitioner. ESTHER
CURRY, trhoae address is l7..i s.w.
33rd Court, Miami, Florida 33133. and
- the original answer or plea I I ..-
in the -ffice of the nerk of the above
. C ur" on or before the 20 day
.' September, 1*78, in default of
b Petition win be taken at con-
fessed >"U
I this :5 day of Aug
K I! LEATHERMAN
Clei alt C urt
. ounty. I
C M BEARSE DC
... rcull Court S< all
- }-85 : i-s
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t.. -nc.in-
ln bus nest under the fl tllloui name
of Bnus Haibor Townhouaes at loth
Avenue and l"th Court. N.W. North
River Drive. Miami, Florida Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
COUNTRY ADDITIONS, INC..
a Florida corporation
By: Eleanor Hand. Vice President
Myers. Kaplan. Porter. Levlr.son 4k
Renin
Attorneys for Applicant
8'lS-25 9 1-8
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF T,
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND -co
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL .ACTION 72.1S354
SUIT FOR DISSOLUT.ON
OF MARRIAGE
JEROME L PBRIXJW,
Petitioner
vs.
RONNIE L PER LOW.
Respondent
tfQ. RONNIE L. PEP.l.OV.-
C/o Hy Gardner
tls Stratford R
Brooklyn. New York
You. RONNIE L PE
hereby notified that
plaint for Dissolution ol M
been filed against ) a
required to serve a c
swer or Pleading t..
plamt on th PI:..
RONALD A. ALTER i:-
\'ER WEINSTEIN 8 -
15 i Lincoln Road, Ml
1 f'ie the .,r.u
fflce
Circuit Court
September, 1872
.u ..: '.; by I
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I Con.J
" ar* tii]
I -]
m Ai.l
. I
;:: .1
..it.-, tt you for I
Bill I I
Thi- -
oa. h week for :' ur
I in THE JEWISH F
DONE AXD OR!
Florida, this .7 day (
E B leather:.
Circuit Court, l' ol-
llv R E >!'
Deputv Clerk
(Circuit Court B<
Rl INAI D A. ALTER ES .
. .. OROVER WEINSTEIN
STAI'BER. P.A
150 IJncoln Road
Miami Reach. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
ef '-.


NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of INTER-AMERICAN MACHINERY
COMPANY at 5555 COLLINS AVE..
MIAMI BEACH. FivORIDA intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
John I.ubar
Mary Andre
8.11-18-23 9,1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-3900 (Blanton)
In RE: Estate of
JULIUS WEISSMAX
Deceased.
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IX
THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT.
You are hereby notified that a writ-
ten instrument purporting to be the
last will and testament of said de-
cedent has been admitted to probate
hi said Court. You are hereby com-
manded within six calendar months
from the date of the first publication
of this notice to appear in said Court
and show cause, If any you ran, why
tilt acthafl "I said Court in admitting
said will to probate should not Stand
unrevoked.
John R. Blanton
County Judge
By NADINE S JENNINGS
Clerk
David S. Kumhle
Attorney
350 Lincoln Road. R-214
Miami Beach. Florida
First publication of this notice on
the 25 day of August. 17S.
C. J. SEAL
8/25 9/1-8-16
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
UA 2da. AVE REAL at number 2381
W. Flagler Street, in the City of
Miami. Florida, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
Dated at Miami. Dade. Florida,
this 27th day of July. 1972
LUIS R. LOPEZ
RODOLFO L LOPEZ
8'4-ll-18-25
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
Of PRANK PHOTO STUDIO at :'.:I7
Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, Fla. In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
FRAM'IS f, GARCIA
8/23 9/1-8-15
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-16737
Notice of Suit
IN THE MATTER OF
Adootion of minor child
bv Stepfather:
RICHARD LEONARD LERGER.
Petitioner
TO: JAMES JOSEPH VECSI
189 Maryland Ave
Btaten Island. New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Adoption has been
filed against you in the abOVC styled
court, and that you are required to
Serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleadings If any. to It on the Peti-
tioner's attorney ROBERT II
BURNS. ESQUIRE, 350 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach. Florida and file the
original with the Clerk of above
styled Court on or before the 20
day of September. 1972; otherwise a
Judgment may he entered against you
for the relief demanded in the Com-
plaint.
WITNESS, my hand and seal of
said Court on August 16, 1972.
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
By L BNEEDBN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Robert H. Burns. Esquire
MO Lincoln Rd.
Miami Reach. Fla
Attorney for Petitioner
8/18-25 9/1-8
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-3955
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
CLARA M FEI.SER
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands 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 CI-ARA M. FEI.SER de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and at
provided In Section 733.16, 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-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 14
day of Aug.. AD. 1972.
Richard I. Kroop,
Attorney for Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 18 day of August. 197*.
RICHARD I KROOP
Attorney for JOSEPH FESI.ER. JR.
EXECUTOR
Suite :.12. 4:'.i Lincoln Rd.
Miami Beach. Florida 538-T57S
8'18-23 9/1-8
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES CO
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-4221
ARTHUR W. PRIMV
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
CHESTER A. NOLAN,
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Perso:
ing Claims or Demands Agt
Estate:
You are hereby notified ai
quired to present any claim- ...
mands which you may have
the estate of CHESTER A N
deceased late of Dade County, i
to the County Judges of DaU- '
ty, and file the same in dupli...'
as provided in Section 733.16. K
Statutes, in their offices In in- i
ty Courthouse in Dade County.
Ida. within six calendar months
the time of the first publicatii
of. or the same will be barrel
Dated at Miami. Florida, this
day of August. AD. 1972.
STELI.A M. NOLAN
FIRST XATIONAUBANK. OF M
As Executors
First publication of this notil
the 2-'.th day of AugUBt. 1972.
. KURT WELLISCH,
Attorney at Law
Attorney for Executors of Estate
CHESTER A. NOLAN, Dec
167 Almeria Avenue. Coral Gabh
Florida.
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-18689
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IV RE:
DEBRA PEARL AUSTIN
Wife
and
HUGO CHIRSTOPHER AUSTIN. JR.
Husband
TO: Hugo Christopher Austin, Jr.
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, If any, to It
on Stanley E. Goodman,, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 26SS N.W.
02nd Street, Miami, Florida 33147, and
file the original with the clerk of
the nbove styled court on or before
September 2n, 1972; otherwise a de-
fault will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the complaint
or petition.
nils notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FIX)R1DIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami, Florida on this
14 day of Aug.. 1972
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By C. M. BEARSE
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Stanley E. Goodman
2688 N.W. 62nd Street
Miami, Florida 33148 691-5931
Attorney for Petitioner
8/18-23 9/1-8
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT ]
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE l\
No. 72-1888 Dowling
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
LEO M. BISTANY
I >.-, ,... -.'!
To All Creditors and All Persoi 'i IT-
Ing Claims or Demands Aga Saw
Estate:
You are hereby notified and n
to present any claims and di
which vou may have against I
tate of LEO M. BISTANY
late of Dade County. Florida
County Judges of Dade County, ant
file the same In duplicate and .'
vided in Section 733.16. Florida J
ntes, in the County fourth
Dade County. Florida, within l|
endar months from the time
first publication hereof, or thi W
will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this
day of July. AD 1972
WALLACE N MAEB
Suite No. 1, Court Vie Bldg
144ti NW 11th Avenue
Miami. Fl. 33125
As Administrator
First publication of tin
the 4 day of August. 1978,
WALLACE N. MAER
Attorney for Administrator
Suite No. 1. Court View Bldg.,
144" NW 14th Av.,
Miami. Fl. 33125
8/4-:1 '
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S C00R
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-3982
NOTICE TO CREDITOR!.
In RE: Estate of
LENA STOCK
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Person* H
Ing Claims or Demands Against sail ^
Estate: .
You are hereby notified and i,-iuir.-i
to present any claims and de
which you may have against : "'
tate of LENA STOCK deceased law
of Dade County. Florida, t" tilt Cou
ty Judges of Dade County. :""' '
the same In duplicate and at P"
vlded in Section 733.16. Florid. S '
utes, in their offices in the i u >
Courthouse in Dade County. I
within six calendar months from in-
time of the first publication nereoi.
or the same will be barred
Dated at Miami, Florida, thft I
of August. A.D. 1972.
Sidney M. Aronovitz
As Executor of the Estate of
Lena Stock
First publication of this notice >
the 11 day of August. 1972.___
ARONOVITZ. SILVER & BOOTH
Attorneys for Estate of Lena SW
deceased _
908 Ainsley Building, Miami. Fla.
8/11-18-25 9.


ly, August 25. 1972
^Jewisii Fkridham
Paqe 11-B
ISRAEL newsletter
By Carl Alperl
\eart-Warming Tale of An Arab Male Nurse
tioT ONE or MY readers anywhere has ever
' heard of a 28-year-old Moslem Arab by the
ame of Naieff "Sakran, from the little village"of
Iblin not [far from Haifa. But the
story should be told, if only to
strengthen one's faith In the good-
ness of mankind.
When he graduated from the
\ Arab high school in nearby Kafv
| Yassir, Naieff got a job in a law-
yer's office in Haifa but was
I stricken by appendicitis. While re-
I covering from his operation at the
Rothschild Hospital here, he was impressed by the
devoted care which he received at the hands of the
muses and decided to take up nursing as a career.
He enrolled at the Hadassah Hospital in Jeru-
-alcm and obtained his certificate as a practical
nurse the only boy in a class of 25 girls. Work
was not lacking, and after several years in Tel Aviv
hospitals he returned to Haifa, to be closer to his
lamily. Several times he came to the attention of
the hospital authorities. Once he rescued a suicide*
bent patient who had already climbed over a third-
i!oor railing, and at great risk to his own life hauled
the man back to safety. Another time, when inter-
ruption in an oxygen supply threatened the life of
a patient, he was able to effect an uncoupling and
i x hang) tank- in time.
However, his greatest satisfaction was found
in the Rehabilitation Department Of the Rothschild
Hospital. He was emotionally affected by the cases
>t the various accident victims and the paralytics
a ho underwent physio-therapy and rehabilitation
?are. His associates say he lavished loving care on
each one, seeking always to ease pain and suffering.
During a refresher course in Jerusalem he saw
tome new equipment--an electric hydraulic mat-
tress which provided the patient with a literal cush-
ion of air thus relieving the pain induced by lying
with one's full weight on an Injured part of the
body. Upon his return to Haifa Naieff told his col-
leagues what he had seen. If the Rothschild Hospital
would acquire such mattresses they would do much
to make life more pleasant for many of the patients
of the department. Everyone agreed.
I suppose you would call Naiefl impetuous. He
did not suggest that purchase application forms be
filled in, that budgetary approval be sought, and
Lhat the acquisition be put through the usual bur-
eaucratic channels. Ho went 1o Tel Aviv, found his
sales agent for the equipment, paid II. 2.000 of his
own hard-eaened savings, and brought back two
mattresses aa his gift to the Rehabilitation Ward.
That is the end of the story. Hospital authori-
ties to whom I -]>oke confirmed the facts. Naieff
himself saw nothing unusual in it. As a practieal
nurse it is his duty to help the suffering, he said,
and he considered it an ethical and professional
responsibility to do what he had done.
No, he had not consulted his wife in advance,
but when he told her, she approved heartily. Naiefl
brings home atom IL 700 lapprox. SI65) a month
-alary, but they lack for nothing, he said.
He is surprised that people talk about his con-
tribution. "Why should we exi>ect the government
to do everything?" he told me. "Good citizens should
also feel a responsibility to help their fellowmen."
However, capitalizing on the interest which
has been displayed, he ho[>es to set up a volunteer
ommitti-? to raise fund-, principally from among the
Arabs, to provide other equipment which is needed
tor the .sick and ailing. Jews? Arabs? In his eyes,
all patients are human beings.
His first goal is to acquire a much-needed
artificial kidney, which the Rothschild Hospital does
not yet haw. And the first contribution toward the
lund comes from Naiefl Sakran, practical nurse.
Is We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAl
New Storm Signals
f.ONGSIDE REVELATION of considerable poverty
among Jews in large cities, wo should now place cer-
facts about trends in job preferences revealed by
i t Bienstock, regional director of the Federal Bur-
il Labor Statistics.
Basing a part of his report to the
Rabbinical Council of America on a
study of the U.S. Census. Mr. Bienstock
posted a warning that young Jews who
have been more and more inclined to
seek professional and technical jobs may
be vvi II advised to start a return to the
craft-. As Mr. Bienstock sets it. pro-
fessional and technical opportunities are
nol so plentiful, white the demand for
b carpenters, electricians, diemakers and other
runs strong. This suggests that despite a high
ol education for American Jewish young people
go to college!, some shifts in occupational place-
it aie Inevitable.
S h a forecast seems all the more reliable because
number of persistent, nagging factors affecting re-
M-. racial, and ethnic grou|>s. Among these trouble-
ie factors arc:
  • per cent;. i2i failure to secure passage of federal log-
    in i. to extend Office of Economic Opi>ortunity pro-
    ns for two years at existing funding level, due in part
    Ihe President's veto of sections of the bill calling for
    ^bli-hmont of an indepontent Legal Services Coriwra-
    and the creation of a system ol Child Development
    Iters; (3) continuing failure to insure equal employ-
    it opportunity rights on a national level, as staked out
    |h< \W,:> Civil Rights Act; 141 problems related to Af-
    pative Action programs for the primary benefit of
    vk- and Puerto Ricans; (5l inflation; t'>' limited suc-
    o! price controls.
    While most of the factors here listed amount to
    Inbreak essentially for minority groups other than
    f-. ;ill young people in America are affected by such
    tii realities. And for Jews, there is the new factor of
    Ign quotas for blocks and Puerto Ricans, a recent
    plopment enfolding a delayed bomb of frustration for
    Jewish community whose fight against educational
    i job quotas of all kinds has been a classic battle.
    Preferential treatment for groups traditionally and
    jptly denied job opiwrtunitics and advancement on
    [despite qualifications has been made a part of eco-
    k- reform because millions of white Americans came
    st to realize that good will alone could not assure
    :>yment to those long excluded from many job
    |ngs. A nation stirred by the long overdue victory
    HiiU job opportunities legislation developed a healthy
    Jn*us favorable to special compensatory education.
    jobs counseling, and more job retraining. Part of
    fouble now grows out of abuses in recruitment of
    jity people and the new use of racial and ethnic
    fential quotas.
    nt given a new determination to see to it that
    ative action program policies are fairly adminis-
    I given proper safeguards against quotas that boom-
    I against Jews, given an expanded employment pro-
    Ion the part of the federal government, the job
    s for young Jewish men and women should show
    lament at the same time more economic gains are
    tor blacks. Chicanos and Puerto Ricans.
    Our film Folk:
    By HERBERT G. LUFT
    JEWS IN SPORTS
    By Haskell Cohen

    */'-;;' 1 I
    "4MB
    1 *-^
    A Tragi-Comedy
    THK MAO RUSSIAN from "The Russian- are
    Coming." Alan Arkin. currently is on the screen
    as love-crazed Barney Cashman, in the filmization
    of Neil Simon's Broadway play.
    "Last of the Red Hot Lovers." a
    comedy with tragic undertones ac-
    centuating loneliness and the lack
    of communication In our urban
    society. Arkin appears as a middle-
    class burgcois who wants an extra-
    marital romance before old-age
    may overcome his sexual desires,
    "Last of the Red Hot Lovers"
    provides Vrkin with a variation of hi- characteriza-
    tion of the little Chaplinesque Individualist con-
    stantly at odds with hi- surroundings and with
    hiii-elf.
    Arkin first received public attention in 1963
    portraying the >outhful Carl Reiner clumsily mak-
    ing his t.-e e debut in "Enter Laughing." a semi-
    biographical piece with a play-wlthin-the-play. Ark-
    in won the Tony Award and followed his portrayal
    with Schisgal's "Lin" under Mike Nichols' guidance,
    For his performance as the sly Russian junior officer
    in "The Russians are Coining.' Arkin received an
    Academy Award nomination. His subsequent mo-
    tion pictures include, "Wait Until Dark," "The
    Heart is A Lonely Hunter." "Popi." the ill-fated
    "Catch-22," and the still unreleased "Deadhead
    Miles." acting in all the feature films but also
    directing two shorts, "People Soup" and "T.G.I.F."
    In which he also starred and showed himself as a
    master of accents.
    He directed one feature, the filmization of Jules
    Felffcr's "Little Murder-," after previously guiding
    three stage plays: "Eh." which brought Dustin
    Hoffman Into prominence; the stage version of
    "Little Minder-:" and Filler's -econd play, "The
    White House Murder Case." Arkin is a man ol
    many talent- has written about 100 songs, chil-
    dren's hooks, a film script, and produced a volume
    on photography.
    Gene Saks, who directed "Last of the Red Hot
    Lovers," previously has been behind the camera
    guiding two other Neil Simon screen adaptation-,
    "Barefoot in the Park" and "The Odd Couple." In
    the Tyrone Guthrie production of Paddy Chayev-
    .sky's "The Tenth Man." Saks essayed the part of
    the Reform rabbi on Broadway.
    Saks is a product or Pisca tor's Dramatic Work-
    shop of the New School for Social Research with
    such fellow students as Harry Belafonte. Walter
    Matlhau awl Nohemiah I'ersoff. In 1950, the young
    actor toured with Henry Fonda in "Mister Rob-
    ert-." Five years later, he directed Fonda in "Gen-
    eration" and more recently Jane Fonda in "Bare-
    foot in the Park." He guided the stage productions
    ol "Enter Laughing" and "How the Other Half
    Lives." the latter with Phil Silvers and Sandy Den-
    nis, ami appeared earlier still on Broadway in "A
    Shut in the Dark" and "A Thousand Clowns."
    in. tvti, Jewliih Telegraphic Asano) I
    .
    Splendid Showing
    A i.l. ISRAEL, including the Knesset, is thrilled ovt
    the splendid showing the Junior National Basketbal
    tetun made In the European finals held in Yugoslavia las
    week The youngei players defeated on successive night
    the Polish, Spanish and Russian fives. The latter victor]
    the first ever registered In major competition again^|
    the U.S.S.R., was exceptionally well received. In a retur
    game against the Ruskis the Israelis were beaten aftj
    losing their three !>_; men on fouls. Up until their hoyi
    men left the l-raeli- led b> a [)oint of Iwo. This game \vj
    for third place in Ihe 12-tenm tourney. Fourth out of
    spots isn't had and bodes w II for future national senii
    basketball. The Israel Basketball Federation has <\{
    creed thai in the futuri basketball olim will have to liy
    in tli>' country three years before becoming eligible to pla
    in international competition. This i- lo give Ihe junior-]
    chance to do\ '
    New hoop ol'in here include two All-Jewish selecti
    from ili JTA squad, Steve Kaplan, laic of Rutgers mil
    Kiie Minkin of Davidson. Kaplan, surprisingly, has eas|
    his lot with a cond league unit Ran I Gan Hapoc
    while Minkin ha- signed with Tel Aviv Maccabi, Theorotl
    cally, both boys maj pluy with the U.S. hoopsters in thl
    1973 Maccabinh Game. Actually the best Israeli teanj
    lhat 1 watched ii: three \i-ii- to the country during tin
    past three month- was the girl's national team. I watcho
    them against the Wesl Gentian national team and wnj
    amazed at the- shooting accuracy of then two small quio]
    guards. One girl hit on 11 out of 13 outside shots while tl
    second back court entry pullid stop- and feint- worthy
    a professional. The girls beat their German counterpart
    in three official games and mauled them in private serin
    mages which were played iii different ana- ol the count ii
    Deputy Prime Minister, Yigal Alton, who doubles .i
    Minister of Education, has made it known that tin
    Israelis will participate in the Olympic opening dd
    parade, which falls on a Saturday, will eat kosher foa
    and left the deci-ion as to whether ihe Israeli contingei
    would march on closing day. which falls on Rosh H^
    -hanali. Sept. 1(1.
    Chaim Glovinsky, sports majordomo who is a scii
    of a Hassidic rabbinical family, has concluded that tl
    delegation would take part in the closing ceremonies bil
    without flag bearer-. lie contends that marching is nd
    considered a sin. Unless the basketball team qualifies
    the eliminations in Augsburg next week, there will be
    total of 14 athletes representing Israel in the upcomir
    games. The qualification by the court aggregation wou|
    up the total to 2i; competing athlete.-. At this point, tl
    ot'ds are against the hoopster.-. making the final cut.
    Israel's team did exceptionally well in the worl
    bridge Olympiad in Miami last month finishing in eighf,
    place among the .'19 competing countries and winning
    of their .".9 matches. Israel had two ea-y victories again
    Lebanon and Morocco, since these two units were ordci
    by their governments not to play against the Israelis,
    a result of their discourtesy, it will be considered whethj
    teams in the future who refuse to play against a tea;
    should be barred. The ironic twist in the whole situatiq
    was that half of the Moroccan delegation were Jewisj
    who socialized freely with the Israeli team.
    (Copyright IMS, .irwi.h Tlegraplilo Agency)


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    iJewish Floridian
    liami, Florida Friday. August 25, 1972
    Section C
    71 Jewish Delegate!
    Attended Conventio]
    Women's Division Launches
    'Volunteer Service Bureau'
    The Women's Division of the
    Jivater Miami Jewish Federation
    launching a Volunteer Service
    needs and goals of federation's
    local agencies and contribute to
    the successful expansion of federa-
    tion's CJA-IEF campaigns," Mrs.
    Goldstein added.
    The CJA-IEF campaigns are
    the major fund-raising effort of
    Miami's Jewish community, the
    fifth largest in the United States
    and the fastest growing Jewish
    community outside of Israel.
    The hoard of directors of the
    Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
    acting on recommendations of
    the Budget Committee, recently
    approved the largest set of agency
    allocations in its 34-year history.
    "As was demonstrated in the
    Budget Committee meetings," said
    Mrs. Goldstein, "the needs of our
    community are apparent: we are
    only limited by the scope of our
    campaigns. Even though the 1972
    CJA-IEF campaign was the most
    successful in our history; agency
    needs are growing faster.
    "What many people don't fully
    realize," concluded Mrs. Goldstein,
    "is that WE are federation. By in-
    volving the community at every
    level of federation, we will im-
    prove both the quality of Jewish
    life in the Greater Miami area and
    contribute immeasurably to the
    lives of everyone who lives here."
    Further information about the
    Volunteer Services Bureau pro-
    gram may be obtained by writing
    the Women's Division of the
    Greater Miami Jewish Federation
    at 4200 Biscayne Blvd., or by call-
    ing the Federation office.
    MIAMI BEACH (JTA)
    Jewish delegates and alternates
    at the Republican Party's con-
    vention totaled 71, or less than
    3% of the 2,696 representatives
    from all parts of the United
    States. This percentage is al-
    most in precise proportion to
    the Jews an estimated six
    million in the country's total
    population of 210 million.
    Jewish representatives at the
    Democratic Party's convention
    here in June totitled "SOO-pltM,"
    .I. uiiiiu;; to that party's na-
    tional committee; with .'{.,(! 18
    delegates and alternates, that
    figure represents about IOrJ.
    In both Republican and Demo-
    cratic conventions, and especi-
    ally among the Democrats, some
    states allowed representatives
    half or even quarter votes. Thus,
    percentages on proportions must
    be considered in this light.
    The Republican statistic was
    derived from a delegate and al-
    ternate list prepared by the
    party's "Jewish Vote Divis'on"
    and made available to the Jew-
    ish Telegraphic Agency by Mrs.
    Esther Weinrott, wife of
    Leo Weinrott of PhiladchJ
    .Mrs. Weinrott, who is
    man with Mrs. John Elsenl
    ot the "Pledges to the Pres|
    organization in Peruisyl
    and Mrs. Rosyln !,>. it. a
    In the Pennsylvania OOnn
    to reelect the President,
    hostesses at a cocktail
    given for the Jewish repr
    fives at the Fontainehlea^
    tel hy Max Fisher, the I)
    industrialist and philauth^
    Almost exactly hall i
    states 24 have Jews
    their delegations. New
    State with 20 out ot lTiil
    gates and alternates had
    highest. Pennsylvania with]
    out of 120 was second. Ar
    Connecticut, New Jerseyi
    four each. Massacusetts,
    and Texas have three
    Michigan, Missouri and
    homa have two and AlasldJ
    kansas, California, Dr
    Kentucky, Louisiana Mai
    Minnesota, Nebraska, Ni
    Ni w Mexico, Ohio, Wc
    irina each had one.
    ......
    HUtS. SOt GOLDSTEIN
    Jureau in order to give women in
    forth Dade, South Dade and Mi-
    kmi Beach an opportunity to in-
    volve themselves in the work of
    federation and its agencies as well
    their financial support.
    The Volunteer Service Bureau,
    r.der the chairmanship of Mrs.
    oldie Goldstein, is accepting ap-
    plications from volunteers on be-
    _alf of the Jewish Home for the
    tged. the Central Agency for Jew-
    ph Education, Jewish Vocational
    I'lvice, Jewish Family and Chil-
    |ren's Service, Community Chap-
    aincy Service. Hillol Student Cen-
    er at the University of Miami, the
    fM-YWHA of Greater Miami and
    ihe three area day schools which
    eet the guidelines established hy
    he Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
    tion's Planning Committee on Jcw-
    Ifh Education the Hebrew
    j&cadcmy, Hillel Community Day
    Pkchool and South Dade Hebrew
    .jkeademy.
    I "The Immigration and Naturali-
    sation Service of the Council of
    ewiflh Women, Mount Sinai Med-
    ical Center, the B'nat B'rith Youth
    _ rganization and federation itself
    Ire also in need of volunteers,"
    aid Mrs. Goldstein, who is a
    nember of federation's board of
    directors.
    The Volunteer Service Bureau
    vice-chaired by Mrs. Hazel Cy-
    ren. and will act as a referral agent
    to federation's agencies, which will
    pntorview the applicants and pro-
    Vide training where needed.
    Federation, which is the central
    address of the Jewish community
    at 4200 Biscayne Blvd., supports
    ftver 40 local, national and over-
    seas agencies.
    I "We're in need of all sorts of
    volunteers." Mrs. Goldstein de-
    clared. "Special training, work ex-
    ciience, office skills and lan-
    uages spoken other than Eng-
    Sh will be taken into consideration
    that each volunteers' time will
    used in a way that's productive
    rid interesting.
    "The participating agencies have
    tpressed a need for library as-
    stants, kitchen and clerical help,
    ursery school assistance, encoun-
    ^r group and crafts projects co-
    rdinators, and those with cars
    > help in transportation.
    "It is exoected that this increas-
    ed participation will sharpen
    wareness on the part of Miami's'
    Jewish lay community of the
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    Friday. August 25, 1972
    i-Jenislh ftorkttan
    Pagi
    School Preview Set
    For Academy Board
    cers, directors and trustees of
    Greater Miami Hebrew Acad-
    . will ho treated to a "sneak
    \ lew" of the new junior and
    ,ii iii'.'li school uuildiruj Sund
    in: during a hreaRT?isr-P5b'Si
    L'ting.
    The 10 a.m. coffee session will
    . n the academy dining hall at
    Pine Tree Dr.. and then move
    - the -tit"! to the structure
    completion at 24th Ter-
    according to pn sident Irv-
    ; a Firtel, a Miami Beach attor-
    Progress of the building will be
    itlined by Rabbi Alexander S.
    f, n*s, principal, and by members
    ( die contracting and architecural
    i rnw for the project. The building
    ill be open for the fall term.
    i inning Sept. 5.
    Rabbi Gross is conferring with
    the academy's educational con-
    BUltants and key faculty and ad-
    ministration members to Intro-
    Stonley Goodman Candidate
    For County Judqe Group 1
    Stanley L. Goodman, who has
    announced bis candidacy for
    County Judge, Grouo 1, is a grad-
    uate of the University of Miami
    and has worked as a policeman,
    i assroom teacher, prosecutor and
    assistant city attorney.
    Mr. Goodman, who is listed in
    Who's Who in the Southeastern
    I'nifd States, Who- Who in
    World Jewry, and Outstanding
    Young Men of America, was
    named 'Outstandinir Young Man
    of North Miami." He has served
    (in the Family Law Committee
    and the Crime Prevention and
    Juvenile Delinquency Committee's
    i i ihe Florida Bar, and has been
    an adviser to the Jewish National
    Fund.
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    duce new programs utilizing the
    ultramodern facilities of the build-
    ing.
    Parents of junior high school
    tudents tl-i- week pressed a fund-
    raRlngTffort for the $200,000
    needed to furnish and equip the
    new building. Nearly 40 families
    have contributed a minimum ol
    $1,000 each to launch the special
    drive, which supplements the 51
    million campaign to build the
    structure.
    Louis Merwitzer, general chair-
    man of the capita] fund campaign,
    and associate chairmen Oscar
    Schapiro and Herman L. Sba
    called on members of the commu-
    nity at large lo support the effort.
    Board chairman B. I. Binder
    stressed that youngsters from
    Dade and Broward Counties at-
    tending represent Orthodox. Con-
    servative, Reform and non-affili-
    ated families.
    Registration for all classes con-
    tinues daily at the Hebrew Acad-
    emy office. Classes are open for
    all grades through the 12th, ac-
    cording to Rabbi Gross, who point-
    ed out that completion of the new
    building increases the school's ca- event Is
    pacity to 1,000 students. Oct. 25.
    6-Year-0ld Victim
    Presents Check To
    U-M's C-F Clinic
    Symphony Holding Auditions
    The Carmen Nappo Youth Sym-
    phony Orchestra is holding audi-
    tions Sunday from i-l p.m. on the
    fourth floor of North Miami Beach
    City Hall, noil NE 19th Avi
    Violin, viola, trombone
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    brosis, Ihe most serious lung-dis-
    i a-e affecting children, presented
    a cheek for S500 from the < l>
    Gershwin Lodge 196, Knights ol
    Pythias Foundation, Miami Beach
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    Miami Medical Center.
    Present were Dr. Morton
    Schwart/.man of the ('-V Clinic:
    i < iv Kantor, secretai \. Morris
    Schwartzman, trcasuti-r, and Mor-
    ris Sliver, ''bair.nan ol the board,
    of the Knights of Pvthias,
    Organiztions wishing lo make
    donations to cystic fibrosis should
    contact the C-F office.
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    Two traditional foods of the Jewish New Year honey and
    fresh fruit are combined in this main dish suggestion.
    Orange Honey Chicken.
    Traditional Rosh Hashanah
    Foods Used In Main Dish
    The Hi?h Holy Dayx, the first
    30 days of the Jewish calendar |
    now year, begin this year Sept. 9.!
    Opening with Rosh Hashanah and |
    ending 10 'lays later with Yom
    Kippur, this solemn season is a
    time of penitence and prayer.
    For all their seriousness, how-
    ever, the High Holy Days are not
    a time of sadness. In fact, after
    the evening service at the syna-
    gogue, Jewish tables are festive,
    and special foods are the order of
    the day.
    Menus vary from home to home
    Temple Israel To
    Hold Services In
    Convention Hall
    Temple Israel of Greater Miami
    will hold its New Year services
    in the Miami Beach Convention
    Hall. Arnold Rosen, president, will
    deliver the annual message of the
    president; a choir of 14 voices, led
    by Cantor Jacob G. Bomstein, will
    interpret the religious music of
    the holidays.
    Rabbi Barry Tabachnikoff and
    Rabbi Robert Orkand will share
    in the reading of the service. The
    senior rabbi of Temple Israel, Dr.
    Joseph R. Narot, will preach at
    8 p.m. Friday and 10 a.m. Satur-
    day.
    Saturday afternoon at 3:30, the
    children of the Temple Israel Re-
    ligious School will gather at an
    audio-visual High Holy Day serv-
    ice in the sanctuary of the tem-
    ple. Rabbi Narot and his associates
    will conduct the service and talk
    to the children.
    John V. Ferguson
    Seeks New Term
    As Circuit Judge
    Jud^e John V. Ferguson has
    qualified for reelection to the ju-
    venile and domestic relations di-
    vision of the Circuit Court, Group
    32.
    Prominent in legal affairs here
    for many years, he has served as
    ' a juvenile court judge since 1969.
    Prior to his election. Judge Fer-
    guson was an assistant state attor-
    ney for nine years.
    Judge Ferguson has been a resi-
    dent of Dade County for 35 years,
    and a resident of South Florida
    for 55 years. He was selected by
    the Florida Bar to membership on
    its Judicial Administration Com-
    mittee recently to spearhead the
    revisions of the present court sys-
    tem under the Judicial Reform
    Act.
    year: fruit is probably a legacy
    personal tastes, but two items are
    sure to be found: honey and fresh
    fruit. Honey symbolizes the hope
    for a sweet and pleasant new
    year; fruit is probably a legacy
    from the time when Rosh Hashan-
    ah was something of a harvest fes-
    tival.
    Inspired by tradition. Orange
    Honey Chicken combines honey
    and fresh oranges in a tart-sweet
    basting sauce for baked chicken.
    With its sunny garnish of fresh
    orange sections and warm spicing
    of ginger, Orange Honey Chicken
    is a festive suggestion from the
    makers of Planters Oil.
    ORANGE HONEY CHICKEN
    1 4 lb. chicken, cut in serving
    pieces
    V4 orange
    2 tsp. ground ginger
    pinch salt
    Vi cup Planters Peanut Oil
    V* cup honey
    orange slices
    Rub chicken pieces with half
    orange. Sprinkle with one tea-
    spoon ground ginger and salt.
    Combine Planters Peanut Oil,
    honey and remaining teaspoon gin-
    ger. Arrange chicken in baking
    dish and brush with honey mix-
    ture.
    Roast in moderate oven (350
    degrees fahrenheitl W'x to 2 hours,
    basting occasionally with honey
    mixture. Garnish with orange
    slices before serving. Makes four
    to six servings.
    Rabbi Swirsky's
    Conclave Prayer
    Gains Acclaim
    A benediction delivered by Rab-1
    bi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky of Beth j
    Jacob Congregation at the conclu- j
    sion of the longest session in the,
    history of any Democratic National!
    Convention has gained attention
    across the country.
    Rabbi Swirsky was introduced'
    to a sleepy assemblage of dele-1
    gates and alternates at 6:30 a.m. 1
    by convention chairman Lawrence]
    O'Brien after a lengthy debate on 1
    the Israel plank of the Democratic j
    party platform.
    Forces of Sen. Henry M. Jack-1
    son pushed through an amend-:
    ment strengthening the original
    version, with a voice vote approv- j
    ing the measure at 6:25 a.m. as a.
    small nationwide television audi- i
    ence watched.
    The Miami Beach rabbi told the
    early morning audience in the
    Convention Hall and at home.:
    The Democrats are met to reded-
    icate each of us to the greatest j
    idea in the world, namely, Amer- j
    ica. It is an idea, an enkindling j
    idea, a revolutionary idea. Men |
    have spoken of the American
    dream. It is a vision of something
    new and spiritually majestic."
    He concluded by saying "Amer-
    ica is the Fair Deal, the Square
    Deal and the sharing of the things
    we have with those in need.
    America is tolerance and good will
    and cooperation between men of
    all races and creeds."
    Bader Runs For Judqe
    Robert Bader, who has qualified
    for Dade County Circuit Court
    Judge, Group 14, is a graduate of
    the University of Miami School of
    Law, past president of Sunshine
    Lions Club and a member of Tem-
    ple Beth Am. He is active in
    scouting, the Masons and PTA
    work.
    Mrs. Roni Helman Endorsed By CTA
    The Political Action Committee'
    for Education, (PACE) political'
    arm of the Dade County Class-'
    room Teachers' Association, has.
    endorsed the candidacy of Mrs. j
    Roni Helman. who is running on
    the Republican ticket for school'
    board, District 5.
    Mrs. Hebron will attend the CTA j
    Sisterhood Hosting Social
    The Sisterhood of Temple 1
    Tifereth Jacob Will host a social
    at the temple, 951 E. 4th Ave..
    Hialeah. at 10 p.m. Saturday. Sept.
    2. preceding the traditional Seli-
    chos service, which begins at mid-
    night. All persons of the Jewish
    faith are invited to participate. .
    picnic and political rally Satuitin
    at Crandon Park, Pit 7 sne an^
    other candidates endoi-s*. bj ih
    CTA will be introduce', to th
    picnickers at noon.
    A high school athletic coun-
    selor and swimming instructor
    Mrs. Helman is an v -cuttvc
    board member of the PT.\ : Saba]
    Palm School and a member of the
    Youth Council and Police Athletic
    League.
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    Liny, August 25, 1972
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    Sept. 5 Formal Opening For
    Solomon Schecter School
    Herschel Roscnthal, president of
    cli David Congregation, has an-
    mncod that the formal opening
    its Solomon Schecter Day
    [hool will take place at -the oon-
    trnation's South Dade campus,
    *<) SVV 120th St., Tuesday, Sept.
    Instrumental in the opening of
    L -chool were Rabbi Sol Landau,
    biiilual leader of Miami's oldest
    pn^iogation; Mrs. Burton Levey
    \\i\ Mrs. Jerome Shavin, Board of
    duration cochairmen, and Dr.
    rmld Weinstein, chairman of the
    cial committee for the Solomon
    hecter Day School.
    J.\ portion of the school's finan-
    l.iI -tnrture has been made pos-
    Wc by Dr. and Mrs. Jules Minkes
    rid by a special grant from the
    blonion Schecter Foundation.
    I'nder the supervision of Rabbi
    Ian Landsman, educational diree-
    V. the school will be the second
    oiomon Schecter Day School in
    Jie nation to offer the "Open
    llassroom" approach to education.
    1 Shaloma Lessncr, directing
    tacher, who has lectured on the
    Jpen Classroom" at the Univer-
    Ity of Miami, has developed the
    curriculum. The open classroom ap-
    proach encourages the student to
    think for himself and thus acquire
    through self-motivation the knowl-
    edge and skills necessary for each
    stage of development.
    The secular curriculum and re-
    ligious-Hebraic studies will be in-
    terwoven each day in such a man-
    ner that learning will be an ex-
    citing experience, according to
    Mrs. Lessner, a graduate of Bet
    Midrash L'Moreh Am, Hebrew
    University, Jerusalem and of the
    University of Miami who has
    taught in Miami, St. Louis and
    Israel.
    The staff includes Mrs. Annette
    Foosaner, reading consultant, and
    Mrs. Kllen Janowitz, assistant
    teacher, both of whom have M.A.
    degrees in their respective areas.
    Artists, musicians and educators
    from the community's institutions
    of higher learning will also be ac-
    tively involved.
    A limited enrollment of students
    between the ages of 5 to 9 who
    qualify will be accepted. Inquiries
    can be made by calling the con-
    gregation's school offices.
    enings

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    United Cerebral Palsy has
    ren designated as the Ameri-
    ban Contract Bridge League's
    ICharity of the Year" for 1973,
    ^wording to Fred Stanton, pres-
    ident of UCP of Miami and Ben-
    J.iiiuii O. Johnson, president of
    [he ACBL, Foundation. Some
    fOri of the funds raised by
    \CBL bridge games in Miami
    kill go to support the treat-
    ment, training and educational
    brograms which UCP of Miami
    f>ro\ides for nearly 500 children
    (nil adults at the Center, 1411
    few 14th Ave.
    ^ ^ 3
    Nicholas H. Sen-Is, senior vice
    president Finance of General
    development Corporation, has
    een elected to the board of di-
    rectors of the United National
    Bank of Miami according to an
    announcement made by bank
    president Edward C. Haynes,
    following a meeting of the joint
    boards of United Bancshares of
    Florida. Inc., and its six member
    banks.
    Sisterhood Swim Party Set
    To conclude the summer activi-
    ties of the Sisterhood of Temple
    Beth Tov, a swim party will be
    held at the home of Etta and Jse
    Vanglish, 9350 SW 16th St., Sun-
    day beginning at 2 p.m. There will
    be an old-fashioned "weenie
    roast," with beverage and dessert
    included. Mildred Weiss, Gus
    Medgebow and Mildred Kamin are
    accepting reservations.
    Continental Caterers
    Offers Kosher Dinner
    Continental Caterers of Miami
    gain will offer its traditional
    Dsher Yomtov dinners to Jewish
    (iniilies from Key West to Palm
    each for Rosh Hashanah.
    I In addition to the full-course
    oliday dinner, provided on either
    take or delivery basis, Conti-
    ?ntal has an extensive al a carte
    lenu.
    The kosher catering firm, head-
    by Emery and Mimi Green, will
    m out hundreds of orders of
    filte fish, chopped liver, matzo
    jells, kreplach, stuffed derma and
    ha varnishka to accompany
    ch selections as brisket of beef,
    st chicken and stuffed cabbage,
    rrot tzimmes, noodle and po-
    to pudding, honey and sponge
    ke and other Continental spe-
    lt ios are available for the finest
    holiday dining.
    |The caterers, located at 8393
    Bird Rd. in Dade County's ra-
    pidly growing Southwest area, will
    deliver in Greater Miami.
    Kislak Proposes
    7-Point Program
    To Fight Crime
    Congressional candidate Jay Kis-
    lak saying it's more important
    that a man be able to walk safely
    on the streejts than on the moon,
    has proposed a strong seven-point
    anti-crime program.
    "We are losing the war against
    crime because existing programs
    for fightine it are woefully inade-
    quate,'' Kislak said.
    His program calls for:
    Incnased federal aid to (1)
    improve the caliber and strength of
    local courts, prosecuting attorneys
    and public defenders and to speed
    up and improve the judicial proc-
    ess; (2) to provide ciimefighting
    equipment and technology for
    state and local law enforcement
    agencies; (3) to raise the quality
    and capability of state and local
    law enforcement personnel and
    their training programs.
    A Nine-Point "Get Tough"
    Program for waging an effective
    war on drug abuse, which is di-
    rectly related to a majority of
    violent crimes.
    A top to bottom reorganiza-
    tion of our penal system to con-
    vert our prisons from schools for
    advanced criminal training to in-
    stitutions for rehabilitation.
    More police visibly on the
    streets.
    Establish a "West Point" for
    police training.
    Outlaw "Saturday Night
    Specials."
    Restructure laws dealing
    with parole to prevent early re-
    lease of hardened criminals.
    "Crime must be confronted head
    on if it is to be stopped," Mr. Kis-
    lak said. "There are no halfway
    measures."
    Cantor Brummer
    Joins Zaniora
    Cantor P. Hillel Brummer has
    joined the staff of Temple Zamora,
    Coral Gables. He also will have
    charge of the religious and Sunday
    schools of the synagogue, accord-
    ing to Rabbi Maxwell Berger.
    Cantor Brmmer served in two
    British congregations before mov-
    ing to the United States in 1948.
    He was born in Czechoslovakia.
    Koo Names Goldman
    Dominic Koo, candidate for
    County Judge, has named Abe
    Goldman as honorary chairman of
    his campaign.
    TEMPLE BETH MOSHE
    2225 N.L 121st St. 891-5508
    1972-1973 School Term
    KINDERGARTEN 9:00 A.M. to 12
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    SUNDAY SCHOOL Kdg. thru Confirmation
    Transportation Furnished
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    LEGAL NOTICE
    Hebrew University president Avraham Harman presents
    a key to the Baron de Hirsch Meyed Building for Law to
    Mr. Meyer, '.right) as Mrs. Meyer looks on. The new struc-
    ture is situated on Mt. Scopus, first home of the Jerusalem
    institution which is Israel's oldest and largest university.
    Iludussali Uses New Laser
    For Fighting Eye Diseases
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 71-4235
    n RE Estate ,f
    HENRY T WHITE
    l iwwmA
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To ah Creditor? and All Person* Rav-
    inn Clalnw "i Demand* Against Saul
    Estate:
    You are i:.!.j.. notified Rnd requir-
    ed i" pn dm* and demugjjsj
    which you maj hav airalu-d (I .-
    ]-'- .-' HBXRY X. "-'"" pit-'
    LmteoTSumiei County South Carnllna
    ?.. ih County Judge* nl Dad< I ..u- ly,
    and file tin- game m duplicate and nf
    uroviued In Si Florida
    statutes. In the i offln In th, I
    iy Courthou< Dade I'ounty, Pin.
    rlda, v. ithm -i\ calendar month* from
    the I mi. of Ihi '.i m publication here-
    of, or ih. name uill be barred
    Dated al Miami. Florida, this
    da] ol Augiuit. A.D. IMS.
    LUTHER I. WHITE
    Am Ulan Adminim i
    Flrsl publii at Ion o( this nol.....
    (he ZSth day ,.f August, IMS
    ANDREW .1 T' ITH
    Attorney for Ancillary Administrator
    Sun.- E-M25 Park I"
    Miami Shores, Florida 33138
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    ! >'ll
    A new Arson laser, the first of
    its kind to be used in Israel and
    Ihe only one available in the whole
    Middle Kail and Asia, is now in
    u-e in the ophthalmology depart-
    ment at the Hadassah-Hebrew
    University Medical Center. Only
    two such Argon lasers are to be
    lound in Europe,
    The laser is a valuable weapon
    in th<- liqht a^airut UindlMM
    caused by retinal detachment or
    diabetic retinopathy.
    A last r beam can be a fraction
    ol a millimeter in diameter, and
    <;ui be extremely high-powered,
    sharp and intense. It can be thrown
    through outer space to reach the
    moon. At one time people thought
    that it would provide the "death
    ray" used by science fiction. It is
    n>e i for very accurate artillery
    spotting.
    But it is also a major tool for
    peace and life, as the new Arjjon
    Laser Photo-eoagulator acquired
    by Hadassah proves.
    One of the diseases leading to
    'blindness is the development of
    Complications from holes in the
    retina. Diabetic retinopathy is a
    major cause of blindness in the
    Western world. In lv*60, 10'.:. of
    the blindness in the United States
    wa* caused by diabetic retinopathy.
    By 1970, the percentage had
    gi'own to more than 20'i. and is
    Mill increasing.
    The new instrument is prob-
    ably the most promising instru-
    ment [or the treatment of dia-
    betic retinopathy so far developed.
    Although it does nol cure the dis-
    ease, ii may eontiol it thiough re-
    peated treatment.
    A group of vascular dieases ol
    the eye. such as Kale's Disease,
    which usually affects young peo-
    ple, also can be treated by the
    laser beam, which closes abnormal
    blood vessels.
    The beam is used to seal the
    places of leakage in a series of
    degenerative dieases of the mac-
    ula, the center of vision.
    Among the patients already be-
    ing treated at Hadassah is a stu-
    dent who came from Amman,
    Jordan. Another patient has come
    from Teheran, Iran.
    The Argon Laser Photocoag-
    ulalor has several advantages over
    previous machines. It uses much
    less energy, and the scars formed
    through the treatment are smaller,
    often as small as one-twentieth ol
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    a millimeter. The beam can be
    focused and directed far more ac-
    curately. The light used is mono-
    chromatic, only specific wave
    length- in the blue-green range
    being utilized. The advantage of
    this is that blood vessels which are
    red absorb the rays better, and so
    this is the first instrument which,
    can be used for treating certain
    blood vessels.
    In the instrument, argon gas is
    heated to 1.000 degrees centigrade j
    and a continuous-wave argon laser ;
    beam passes through a tube intoj
    an examining optical instrument.!
    The i>ower of the beam can be j
    controlled very accurately and the |
    length of time that the beam is
    applied can be cut to as low as
    one-hundredth of a second.
    Dr. Saul Merin, of the Hadassah
    Ophthalmology Department, was
    sent to the John Hopkins Univer-
    sity to Dr. Arnall Patz, in Balti-
    more, to study the use of the laser.
    Previously, he had twice visited
    the University of Essen in Ger-
    many to work with Dr. Meyer-
    Schwikerath, the inventor of the
    original style of nhotocoagulator.
    The new Argon Laser Photoeo-
    agulator was donated to Hadas-
    sah by the Rosenthal-Stratter
    Foundation of Baltimore, in mem-
    ory of Henrietta Szold and Harry
    Rosenthal. Miss Szold, founder of
    Hadassah, was a native of that
    city.
    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. 72-17399
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE: The Marriage "t
    Robert t. WADE, Husband,
    n ml
    PEOOY WADE. Wife.
    Resident l 'nknown.
    TO: PEGGY WADE,
    YOU ARE HERERY NOTIFIED
    line .in action for Dissolution of Mar-
    riage has been filed against you and
    you are required to serve a ropy of
    your written defenses, if any, to Ii
    on WIL.MAM SHAPIRO, attorney for
    Petitioner, whose address is 561 N.E.
    7!fih Street, Miami, Florida 38138, and
    fill- the original with the clerk of the
    above styled court on or before
    September 28th IMS; otherwise de-
    fault will t- entered against you for
    ih.- relief demanded In the complaint
    <>r petition.
    This notice shall be published once
    each week for four consecutive weeks
    in THE JEWISH 1-l.oRlDIAN
    WITNESS my hand and the seal
    of -aid court at Miami. Florida on
    i lii- 23rd day of August, 1972
    E. Fi LEATHERMAN.
    As Clerk, circuit Court
    i lade County, Florida
    By: L SNBBDEN
    At Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    WILLIAM Shapiro
    Ml N.E. 76th Street
    Miami. Florida
    Attorney for Petitioner
    I 28 1-8-15
    Dade County voters go to the polls Sept. 12 for the primary
    election, followed Nov. 7 by the general election. Fourl
    Dade County officials closely involved with both ^ecv.onsl
    are making plans now to help assure a smooth balloting.!
    From left, they are County Manager R. Ray Goode, assist
    ant Election Division supervisors Bill Miller and Joyce Diet
    fenderfer; and Hoke Welch. Election Division supervisor,
    Obituaries
    LEGAL NOTICE
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN iliai
    the undersigned, desiring to engage In ,
    hUsini'MH under the fictitious name of i
    srit DEVELOPMENT al Suite 7"-.' I
    Dadeland Towers, MOO S. I lad. I Hid
    Blvd., Miami SSI56 Intend to register
    said name with the Clerk of the
    Circuit Cnurl of Dade County, Florida,
    SAMUEL FRANK SCHON1NOKR
    JO|l\- UROELL
    ARMANDO RI'ANt >
    Samuel Frank Bahenlnger
    Attorney for
    suite Ti'L' Dadeland Towers
    MOOS Had.land Blvd., Miami ':,:r.r.
    i 85 9/1-8-15
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
    the undersigned, desiring to engage
    in business under the fictitious name
    of CARIBBEAN PEST CONTROL at
    362 Palm Avenue. Hial.ah intends to
    register said name with the Clerk of
    the I'lreult Court of Dade County.
    Florida
    SHIELD BXTBRMI.VAT1NG, INC.
    a Fin. CoiV
    8 25 H l-x-l".
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lliat
    ih. undersigned, desiring to engage
    in business under the fictitious name I
    of SELECT INSURANCE AGENCY
    al t'it e. imii Street, Hlaleah, Fla.
    Intends in register said name v\iih iho I
    clerk of the Circuit court of Dade
    County, Florida.
    HIMHEUTO U RODRIGUEZ
    MIRIAM \ RODRIGUEZ
    x 25 : 1-8-15
    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. 72-17308
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE: The Marriage Ol
    LYDIA BARRANCO, Wife.
    and
    ARMANDO BARRANCO, Husband,
    TO ARMANDO BARRANCO
    Residenee Unknown.
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
    iliai an action f,,r Dissolution of Mar-
    riage has been filed against you and
    you are required to Berve a copy of
    your written defenses, if gay, to ii
    on JERRY A. Li URN 8, attorney for
    Pet li loner, whose address Is Suite
    DM City National Rank Building, 25
    West Flagler Street, Miami. Florida
    3SIS0, and file the Original with the
    elerk of the above styled court on >
    or before Sepuunebr 2UU), 1972: other- .
    wise a default will he entered against
    you for the relief demanded in the
    complaint or petition.
    This notice shall he published once
    each w.ek for four consecutive weeks
    In THE JEWISH FLORID1AN.
    WITNESS my hand and the seal Ol
    said curt at Miami. Florida on this
    22nd day of August, 1972.
    B. R. LEATHERMAN.
    As Clerk. Circuit Court
    Hade County. Florida
    By: C. P, COPBLAND
    As Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    JERRY A. BURNS, Esq.
    Suit, i.iih City National Rank Building
    lTi w.si Flagler Street
    Miami. Florida 83130
    Telephone: S73-WSI
    Attorney for Petitioner
    8/25 '.' 1-8-15
    BERKOWITZ. Pauline. 77 1428 Eu-
    clid Ave., M.B Blasberg.
    brass. Rae, 77. 6*15 W. mth Ave.,
    Hialeah. Cordon. Interment Ml.
    Nebo.
    BRENNER. Kay. 63, of Hiillandale.
    Levitt
    COHEN, Lola L. !>. of Hallandale.
    Levitt.
    Goldman, irwin (Smokey), 68,
    Interment Star ..f David.
    GREENBERC, Simon. 63. Levitt.
    GREENFIELD. Samuel. 5151 Collins
    Ave M B. Blasberg.
    HAYES, Samuel. ;,. 10295 Collins
    Ave M B. Newman.
    ishlon. Rebecca, 84, of \.m r.
    Riverside. Interment Mt, Sinai.
    KRAVITZ. William, 81, of M.B.
    Riverside.
    MARMORSTEIN. William. '.7. ol M.B.
    Riverside
    SCHECHTER. Abraham, 77. of M.B.
    Newman. Interment Mt Nebo.
    SHAPIRO. Harry. 7'.. 6S66 Byron Ave .
    MR Blasberg.
    TAPLIN. Sarah. 78. 102(5 Collins
    Av. M II. Newman.
    TIEGEL, David. 7, 611 Espanola
    Way. M.B, Washer*.
    BARRON. Aaron. 77. of M.B.
    Riverside.
    DEN DO. Marc. 4, 3801 Collins Aw
    MR. Riverside.
    EVANS. Dr. George Joseph. (1, 1331
    s w. 82nd PI. Riverside. Interment
    Ml. Sinai.
    gazess. Herbert, 51, :.G19 North Bay
    ltd MR Riverside.
    KREFETZ. Hazel, :.". of M.B. Levitt
    Interment Mt, Sinai.
    MERMAN, Joe. 77. of M B
    Riverside.
    SCHWARTZ. William. 81, -1"" Park
    Ave. M.B.
    BERMAN. Ida H 74, 1506 Ba) l!d .
    M.l!. Riverside.
    BLUTHAL, Alex, '.4. 1!'"" Sans Soucl
    Blvd., North Miami. Gordon. Inter-
    ment Mt, Nebo.
    davies. Edward, 61, 8000 Ocean Dr.,
    Hollywood. Gordon Interment Star
    of David
    delgase. Adeline, 56, of M.B.
    Newman.
    GREENBERG, Kate. 100 Lincoln ltd
    M.B. Riverside.
    KELMANOWITZ, Philip, 7". 15*0 Llay
    ltd., M.B. Blasberg,
    PEISON, DaSCha, 69, MO Jefferson
    Ave.. M.B. Riverside
    BACKHAUT. I:.,
    Crystal Court ion
    PLAGER. Rose. 7".. Ih .-
    Blasberg.
    SCHENKER. Milton. 194 y
    sellle Dr., M.B. Rlv rsld.
    SPINAK. Hannah. B!
    \v M.B. Blasberg.
    BOGUSLAVSKY. Eva, -'-'
    Levitt Interment Ml V. h
    GREENBERG. Kate. Of M I' .
    MB.
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    HERMAN Ida. 7..
    Riverside
    HOLTZMAN. Gertrudi ,
    LEWIS. Mauri... 83. '" M I! .
    side Interment M i N. Ik*.
    McLOUOHLIN. Kmmiti.lr
    M I: Riverside. Inierm. nt ''.
    CENDER. Isidore 7". 1150 Ell
    Av... M.B. Blasberg.
    COHEN. Judd, 54, of X M
    Riverside
    FISCHER. Joseph A '4. 781
    .\l i: Rlversldi
    HOCHBERG. David R
    Riverside.
    kramer, Frank Thomas, :
    Hay Harbor Islands. River
    KUNIN. Samuel. 74. of M.B
    PINTCHMAN. Rae. Kiv.rsi.i
    RODKIN. Albert I.., of S. M
    Riverside.
    SILVER. Solomon M.. 7:.. of .
    Riverside.
    BERNSTEIN. Ruth.
    Levitt
    heller. Luclle F
    dale Riverside.
    KRIPPELL. Edith, t.
    St, lordon. Intermi
    LAURETZ, Mortis William,
    s.w. ti'th Ter. Gordon Inti
    Mi. Nebo.
    SCHNEIDER. Syh la
    Riverside.
    SCHWARTZ, Eugene. 71.
    dale. Riverside lnt rmi in
    TROY, Mey.r. 83, B21 S.1A
    Gordon. Interment Ml \.
    brodsky. Benjamin, 71, 21
    BiarriU Dr., M.B. Rlversl
    COHEN. Sarah. 7:,. 1228 We
    M.B. Cordon. Interment M
    GERSTEIN. David Wayi
    Hialeah. Riverside.
    NEEDELMAN. Fannie, -'
    Riverside. Interment Ml
    SHECHTMAN. Josi I'll. 7".
    fersoll Ave SI B. Riven
    SOLMONSON, Emma, 7:.. '
    188rd St., N.M.B. Blasbeni
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    In RE: Estate of
    JACOB 8ILVERSTEIM
    Deceased.
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    HAROLD DAVID SILUV
    As Bxecutors
    First publication of this notice on
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    August 25, 1972
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    Teens Leave For Year
    )f High School In Israel
    /]
    YORK Some 75 Amer-
    youngsters between the ages
    ;,ikI 17 left tor Israel this
    Ih to take a year of hi^R
    |il study i Israel as partici-
    in the America-Israel Sce-
    iv School Program of the De-
    (i:t of Education and Cul-
    lul the World Zionist Organi-
    ^n. Dr. Abraham P. Gannes.
    Moi of the Department of
    lotion and Culture of the
    Zionist Organization
    rican Section, Inc., has an-
    n. They came from 20
    ;is well as Canada and
    o Rico.
    America-Israel secondary
    il program, directed by Moshe
    Ld. is now in its sixth year. It
    r* ;i full academic high school
    Hcula augmented by special
    rsc- in Jewish studies with em-
    Ms on the Hebrew language
    Israel. Full credit for the
    of study in Israel is given
    \iii' i ienn high schools. General
    kes are taught in English with
    lies courses taught in Heb'-ew
    luch as possible,
    nvnty-five students will study
    he Hnlch Valley Regional High
    I in Kibbutz Kfar Blum in
    Upper Galilee, the fourth year
    for this tenth grade class.
    Twenty-seven students w:ii be at
    Beit Sefer Kadourie. a youth vil-
    lage'in thclxiTfer Galifre aT thf
    foot oi Mi. Tabor, where an
    eleventh grade class has been es-
    tablished.
    Twenty boys and girls win at-
    tend the Solomon Schcchter Day
    School in the youth village Givat
    Washington, 30 miles below Tel
    Aviv, This is the second year for
    the Solomon Scheehter tenth
    grade program, which is spon-
    sored jointly by the Department
    of Education and Culture ol the
    World Zionist Organization
    American Section. Inc.. and the
    United Synagogue Commission on
    ; Jewish Education.
    i Avram Zevi Kipper, 5815 Marius
    . St., Coral Gables, who will l>c at-
    ' tending the Huleh Valley Re-
    gional High School in Kibbutz
    Kfar Blum, is the son of Rabbi
    I and Mrs. Morris A. Kipper. Rabbi
    , Kipper is the spiritual leader of
    i Temple Judea of Coral Gables.
    | Jack I.. Alexander of 701 E.
    . DiLido Dr., Miami Beach, and Mi-
    lyne Suzanne Kesslcr of North
    Miami Beach will be 11th grade
    students at Beit Sefer Kadourie.
    In The Mail
    EDITOR, The .l.wiNh rii.ridiiin:
    Come now, Rivka Kichojibaum.
    can" blown up. There "ill nc\ej
    again sacrifices in a Bet ite
    mikdash In Jerusalem, but the
    f Isra< I
    I know tb" meaning ol "Mihu
    Yehudi." Were the sons oi Moses will always be a Stal
    Jews? Their moiligt^was not. and UJkX H*VIHM
    tin > were not even circumsized un- North Miami K>-.u
    til they were grown. (Exodua 4'-----------
    CANTOR JACOB NltNDUSON
    Appoi
    Panamanian Arl Exhibited
    I Latin American 'Fiesta'
    |is
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    la
    it
    La
    | Lrts and Crafts of Panama," a
    nctive collection of handi-
    0 < reflecting that nation's arti-
    . will be the featured display
    latlonal art at "Fiesta!" a
    n-American celebration spon-
    ior 11 by the Young Men's and
    uy Women's Hebrew Associa-
    lYW-YWHAl in cooperation
    , the Jose Marti YMCA. In-
    (ational Branch anil the Ar-
    Bne Group. Sunday.
    exhibit which ranges
    pottery, earthenware and
    imics to hand-made furniture,
    ling and adornment will be
    m at th<' afternoon and eve-
    event being held at the Cen-
    V". 8500 SW 8!h St.. from
    lii 8:30 p.m.
    [Wo of Panama's most popular
    nHriiciaft products, the "mole"
    the "chaklra," are being spot-
    tht :
    ;Tli" molii" was creiited In the
    Cunii Indian women who live in
    r\^ S.m Bias Islands, just off i
    pma's Caribbean coast. The
    rse applique work may |x>r- ,
    B design based on nature, or j
    llj be an eye-catching pat-
    fancied by its maker. It takes |
    I 50 hours of work to create I
    ir of matching molas.
    tiiians Reelect
    ilton Hurwitz
    lilton Hurwitz. pasl chancel-.
    was recent 1) elected to the
    ol financial secretary of thi
    G i or g e I >or-
    shwin Lodge of
    Knights ol P>th-1
    ias for the 15th
    o n s ecut I ve I
    yeai. His leader-
    ship was praised
    for helping the
    lodgi gain the
    'arse?! mem-
    bership In the
    state a mong
    Pytl.ians.
    Mr. Hurwitz
    also is a direc-
    tor Ai the George Gershwin Be-
    k'nt Assn., blood chairman
    lodge, chairman of the youth
    commltce and a member of I
    edit union advisory board
    udget committee,
    wife, Ida, organized and is
    fr-pre-iident of the George
    fcvin Ladies Auxiliary. Their
    Stanley Hurwitz, recently
    loi i"i with a life member-
    the 1
    The "chaikra." an assemblage
    of multi-colored beads forming in-
    tricate patterns, originally was a
    breastplate awarded to warrior
    chiefs in the Tole region of Pana-
    ma's Chirlqui Province, More re-
    cently it has gained great popu-
    larity as a neckpiece.
    The Fiesta combines displays "I
    national foods, art, artifacts,
    music and entertainment in an in-
    ternational cloak of Brotherhood.
    The highlight of the event will be
    an International Dominoes Tour-
    nament, with the winner remain-
    ing to work his way up to the
    Grand Finals from individual com-
    petition on the "Y's" Ballroom
    concourse.
    tilll IlK'Ill Of
    Beth Torah's New
    Cantor Announced
    The appointment of Jacob B.
    Mendelson. 26. as the cantor of
    Beth Torah Congregation has
    been announced by Irving New-
    man, president.
    Cantor Mendelson. who will lie
    in charge of the entire musical
    program of the Hebrew School
    and the synagogue, will instruct
    all Bat Mltzvahs and some Bar
    Mitzvahs, teach music in the Heb-
    rew School ami be in charge ol all
    cantatas.
    The cantor, who has performed
    as ii leading tenor in the New-
    York School of Opera, singing
    roles iii various operas such as
    Madame Butterfly and La Tra-
    viata, holds ii Bachelor of Sacred
    Music degree from Hebrew Union
    College-Jewish Institute of Reli-
    gion School of Sacred Music. He
    has assisted in High Holy Day ser-
    vices since ISHi.'f and has been
    serving full time as cantor of the
    Conservative synagogue in River-
    dale, NY., since 1966.
    Cantor Mendelson and bis wife.
    Bonita, are the parents of one
    daughter, Amy Beth.
    Sanctions have been given to
    many violations of the Halacha.
    That was the point of my Aug. 4
    letter. Does any Jew draw up a
    "heter iska" when lending money
    on interest? You and your ortho-
    dox brethren are selective In your
    public sanctions and prohibitions.
    "Mihu Yehudi" is critical only
    becaus < the rabbinate and its fol-
    lowers gay so. Most Israelis would
    just as soon as not see the "dati-
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    JDL Chairman To Speak
    Attorney Bertram Zweibon, na-
    tional chairman of the Jewish De-
    i tense League, will speak on prob-
    lems of the American Jewish com-
    munity at 9 p.m. Sunday In the
    Sc ;i Gull Hotel. 100 211 St., Mi-
    ami Beach. No admission charge.
    Ion Hurwiti

    Community And Temple Memorial
    Prayers
    STAR OF DAVID
    MEMORIAL PARK
    5900 S.W. 77th Avenue Tel: 274-0641
    SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1972
    10:45 A.M.
    RABBI MORRIS A. KIPPER
    Temple Judea
    12:30 P.M.
    RABBI NORMAN N. SHAPIRO
    Temple Zion
    3:30 P.M.
    RABBI MAX SHAPIRO
    ALL OF THE JEWISH PUBLIC ARE INVITED
    GREATER MIAMI JEWISH
    CEMETERY ASSOCIATION
    GREETS THE JEWISH COMMUNITY _
    ON THE NEW YEAR 5732 ~
    AND ANNOUNCES
    Community
    Memorial Services
    "HONORING OUR BELOVED DECEASED IS A PART
    OF OUR HIGH HOLIDAY REPENTANCE''
    RELIGIOUS SERVICES WILL BE HELO AT THE
    Jewish Section of
    Woodlawn Park Cemetery
    3260 S.W. 8th STREET
    Sunday, September 3rd. 1972
    10:00 A.M.
    Rabbi S. T. Swirsky
    Rabbi Sol Landau Rabbi Max Shapiro
    WILL OFFICIATE
    Cantor WILLIAM LIPS0N
    WILL CHANT THE LITURGY
    $ $ O
    ALSO AT THE
    Mount Sinai
    Memorial Park Cemetery
    1125 N.W. 137th STREET (Opa Locka Blvd.)
    Sunday, September 3rd, 197;
    2:00 P.M.
    Rabbi S. T. Swirsky Rabbi Max ShapiJ
    Rabbi Sol Landau
    WILL OFFICIATE
    Canfor Maurice Mamches
    WILL CHANT THE LITURGY
    $ V
    SEATS AND A TENT WILL BE SET UP
    PRAYERBOOKS WILL BE FURNISHET
    THE JEWISH COMMUNITY IS CORDIALLY INVITl
    HYMAN CHABNER
    President
    FREDRIC ROSENTl
    Vice President


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