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The Jewish Floridian ( September 1, 1972 )

UFJUD
llfewisHi Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
ie 45 Number 35
Miami, Florida Friday, September 1, 1972
Three Sections Price 23c
U.N. SECRETARY GENERAL BELIEVED INTERVENING PERSONALLY
Protest Over Visa Fee Increase Is World-Wide
ERL'SALKM (WNS> Of-
kls here expressed satisfac-
over the rising world-wide
tests against the higher exit
charged the Soviet Jewish
hemicians wishing to emi-
Je. They predicted that pro-
Is would continue to grow in
lihii and intensity, but said
Israel would not raise the issue
at the United Nations where the
Soviet Union could marshall "50
or 60 countries to neutralize"
any such effort.
The officials cautioned not to
expect the governments to which
Israel had appealed to publicly
request the Soviet Union to
News Briefs
\ture Depends On Mutual RespectGoldmann
BASLE (JTA)Dr. Nahum Goldmann, president of the
krld Jewish Congress, declared that the future of Israel and of
[spora Jewry depends on the achievement of complete solidarity
mutual respect between those two branches of the Jewish peo-
Di livcring the keynote address at a gathering sponsored by the
le Zionist Society to mark the 75th anniversary of the founding
the World Zionist Movement in this city in 1897, Dr. Goldmann
tl!;.t "what still needs to be done may take even longer than
75 years of Zionist history."
tbinet Decides To Hold Military Parade
JERUSALEM (JTA)The Cabinet has decided to hold a
litary parade in Jerusalem on May 7, the 25th anniversary of
id's independence. The Cabinet secretary's report that the de-
fun was not unanimous led observers to assume that the parade
opposed by some ministers as politically unwise. The last mili-
\y parade on Independence Day was held in Jerusalem in 19S8 as
Victory parade following the Six-Day War. The United Nations
purity Council received a complaint from Jordan and there were
- some protests from Arabs in Jerusalem.
Una Jew Murdered At Home
[ NEW YORK (JTA)Jewish sources in the United States
Bx.n that Iiia Moisevich Serebrcny, a 50-year-old Vilna Jew, was
Kirdercd in his home last week, allegedly by Soviet militiamen dis-
Bised as hooligans attempting to rob him. Serebreny had already
o-!\.(l his exit visa to Israel and had his money with him at home
I preparation for his departure from the Soviet Union, the sources
Ticl.
zwish Agency Withholding Report?
JERUSALEM (WNS) Sources here say the Jewish Agency
1 "sitting" on a $100,000, 280-page report on American aliya pre-
[red by the Dichter Institute of Deep Motivational Research. The
port is allegedly being withheld because it is "severely critical"
| the Agency's aliya and absorption practices. Agency officials said
[ey are satisfied that the investment in the study was "money well
ent" and that the report has been held up because a series of ill-
Isses and absences from Israel of key personnel has delayed iis
laluation.
Irudeau Receives Encyclopedia Judaica
OTTAWA (WNS)Representatives of the Canadian Jewish
immunity have presented Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau
th a leather-bound edition of the 16-volume set of the newly
liblishcd Encyclopedia Judaica. The set was a gift from Israel
hd the publishers.
Jeykal May Meet With U.S. Officials In Munich
PARIS (WNS) Informed sources here report that Hassanein
Jeykal. editor of the semi-official newspaper Al Thram, and con-
Blai.t of Egyptian Pri sidenl Anwar Sadat, will meet with high U.S.
Bficiai- in Munich during the Olympic games to discuss the im-
ov.-ment of U.S.-Egyptian relations. The sources said Heykal
Bould also try to persuade the American officials to halt military
Hippiie to Israel.
MDL Seeks Temporary' Injunction
WASHINGTON (WNS) The Jewish Defense League has
f quested in U.S. District Court a temporary injunction to halt the
hforcemeat of the law which prohibits all but labor demonstrations
fithin 500 feet of an Embassy. The JDL seeks to hold demonstra-
ons near the Soviet Embassy during the High Holidays.
lorocco's King Hassan Promises Protection
PARIS (WNS) In the wake ot the recent attempt on his
p, King Hassan II of Morocco, has promised his country's 30,000
pws that he would "continue to defend them" and that they would
bntinue to enjoy the same rights as the rest of the population, ac-
prding to reports reaching here.
cancel the increased charges. "If
they approach the Russians
quietly and very firmly, we will
consider that a great achieve-
ment," they said.
.Meanwhile, reports reaching
here indicate that Jews receiv-
ing; exit visas must pay the In-
creased fees within 30 days or
the visa will DC revoked and they
will le unable to apply for a
new exit visa until two years
after the date of revocation.
Officials said that though
there was no indication that the
Soviet government was "backing
off" from its [xjlicy of increased
exit fees, they "take it as a good
sign" that the USSR had not yet
published the decree which
makes educated Soviet Jews re-
pay the Soviet Union for their
education.
Earlier, the Knesset unani-
mously adopted a resolution call-
ing on the Soviet government to
repeal the new charges. The re-
solution called on all govern-
ments and parliaments to pro-
test the "ransom money" law.
Members of Rakach, the New
Communist Party, did not at-
tend the Knesset session.
Opposition leader Menachem
Keigin castigated the Soviet
I'nion and read an official Soviet
report that an average cost of
higher education to the Soviet
State was 949 rubles a year and
was repaid by three years of
work as a graduate, lie said the
lews now discriminated against
had worked "dozens of yean" in
Russia.
Jacob Stein, chairman of the
Conference of Presidents of
Major American Jewish Organi-
zations, told newsmen at Lydda
Airport that the U.S. govern-
ment "is very seriouslv concern-
ed with this issue and is think-
ing through a possible course of
action which could produce re-
sults."
Ambassador Yosef Tekoah,
who returned to New York Mon-
day after a brief vacation and
Continued on Page S-A
TO 'CONCILIATORY' STATEMENTS
Egypt Made No Positive Response
JERUSALEM (JTA) There
has been no "positive" response
from Egypt to recent "concilia-
tory" statements and "signals"
from the Israeli capital, author-
itative sources hero report.
Israel had hoped that Egypt's
ouster of Soviet personnel would
be followed by a greater Egyp-
tian readiness to talk peace, but
divisions within his administra-
tion and disappointment at the
development of relations with
the Soviet* seem to have pre-
vented any peace moves on the
Gen. Dayan
Raps JDL
HEBRON (JTA) Defense
Minister Moshe Dayan called
the Jewish Defense I-eague 'fool-
ish" after Rabbi Meir Kahane
and about 1C0 JDL members
stormed into Hebron in an effort
to demonstrate ownership of the
West Bank city and hold a pub-
lic trial of Hebron's Mayor
Sheikh Mohammad Ali Jaabari.
Gen. Dayan made the com-
ment after a meeting with Jaa-
bari. saying that if the JDL
wanted to clarify something they
should have appealed to the Is-
raeli government.
The JDL militants succeeded
In breaching the roadblocks set
up by the military government
to prevent their arrival. They
gathered near the Tombs of the
Patriarchs where thev declared
they would hold a public trial
of Jaabari in view of his role
during the 1929 massacre of He-
bron Jews and the 1948 fighting.
Brigadier General Raphael
Vardi, Military Governor of the
West Bank, asked them to leave
and they obeyed quietly.
Mayor Jaabari told reporters
that he would be happy to ap-
pear in a public trial to accuse
his accusers, and later in the
evening Gen. Dayan visited the
mayor.
A conference of Hebron nota-
bles decided not to stage a
counter-demonstration against
the JDL after Israeli authori-
ties promised that law and or-
der would be maintained.
part of President Anwar Sadat.
Sources here point to three
separate "signals" from Israel
in recent weeks: Premier Golda
Melt's Knesset speech July 26,
Foreign Minister Abba Eban's
press conference Aug. 7 and De-
fense Minister Moshe Dayan's
television interview Aug. 15. All
three, the sources say, held ovit
prospects for negotiations on
either an interim or an overall
settlement.
Egypt-watchers here detect
two schools of thought in Cairo.
The first is comprised of invete-
rate "Russia-haters," with AI
Ahram editor Mohammed Has-
sanein Heykal as their spokes-
man. They are well-pleased with
the Soviet ouster and urge an
even wider breach with the Rus-
sians. The second school, com-
prised of left-leaning elements,
is less happy about the Soviet
ouster and wary of the future,
preferring Nasserist neutrality
to open conflict with Moscow.
Sadat himself, it is believed,
bad planned to drive out some
of the Soviet advisors and then
deal with Moscow from a posi-
tion of strength, but the Krem-
lin refused to play along. The
letter Sadat received last week
from Soviet Communist Party
leader I-eonid I, Brezhnev re-
jected his suggestion for a sum-
mit meeting. The Russians seem
also to have pulled out more
soldiers and airmen than Sadat
had bargained for.
At this stage, it is still unclear
what Egypt is planning for the
U.N. General Assembly next
month. Egypt could, of course,
secure another anti-Israel vote,
but officials in Jerusalem say
a'ready that it would be as in-
effective as the one last year
blaming Israel for the break-
down of the Jarring mission.
The General Assembly is not
expected to reverse Security
Council Resolution 242 of Now
22, 1967, and as long as that
resolution remains valid, both
sides can continue to claim that
their positions are in accord with
the U.N.'s decision.
Oriental Jews9 Status
Is 'Greatly Improved9
LONDON (JTA) The Mi-
nority Rights Group, a private
organization that maintains a
watch on the conditions of mi-
norities all over the world, con-
cluded in a report on "Israel's
Oriental Immigrants and
Druzcs" that Israel will success-
fully bridge the social and eco-
nomic gaps that separate seg-
ments of its population.
The report found that "in the
last 25 years the economic status
and educa'ional level of Orien-
tal Jew has greatly improved"
and observed that "this has not
been accidental" but the result
of hard work by various agen-
cies of the Israeli government.
"But the gap remains wide and
the Orientals are now more em-
bittered than before," the report
said. It covered in detail the dis-
tribution of Income, housing-, ed-
ucation and social and political
conditions as well as movement
among Oriental Jews in Israel.
The report concluded: "For
all the lamentations, the basic
brotherly attitude of the found-
era of Israel, the drive for hu-
mane and decent relations, the I
p-ecepts of Micah to do justice
and love mercy have by no]
means disappeared today froml
Israel. The problem of Israel's
Oriental Jew is therefore likelyf
to be solved."
The report found that Israel's!
DruZe population has enjoyed an|
improvement of their material
condition s'nee 1948 in compari-
son with their brothers in Leh^
anon and Syria and "have nc
great economic complaints." but|
acknowledged that "there re-
mains the question of social and
political discrimination." noting
that "there is no Druse ambasJ
sador. no highly placed foreign
service officer, no army genera^
"The question is whether thi:
situation is the result of a delll
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UGAl NOTICE
LEGAL NOTKE
LEGA1 NOTKE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undci -signed, d, li mii- to cnpage In
business under the fictitious name of
BUR DEVELOPMENT at Suite 72
Dadeland Tow.rs. Man s T)a Bird., Miami 3315B Intend to register N?T CE T0 ? .n n u
MM name with the Clerk ..I'the j T" A' <> and All Person.-> Hav-
Clrcult Court of Hade County. Florida l'* c'""ni. or Demands Against haid
SAMUEL FRANK SCIIONINOBR
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-4234
in RB: Batata of
HENRY T. WHITE
I >- NOTICE TO CREDITORS
JOHN UROELI.
AIIMA.Vmi Itl'ANO
Samuel Frank Schonlnger
Attorney for Applicants
Suite 7"L' Dadeland Towers
Men 8. Dadeland Rivd Miami 33111:
H 28 B/l-8-15
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
CIVIL ACTION
NO. T> 16442
NOTICE
IN UK: The Adoption of
LAWRENCE LESLIE BEHNKEN,
a minor.
Tl>: I'ATItlCK W BEHNKEN
Residence and Addreaa
Unknown
TOU ARE NOTIFIED that the Pe-
titioner, C1EORQE K STACKS, has
filed a petition In the above
Court for the adoption of the minor
Child named in the petition, and you
are required to file written defenses
in that Court by the (2nd dav of
September, l72, and show cause why
the petition should not i,e granted;
otherwise a Judgment for default may
entered against you granting the
IllK Clal
Estate:
You are herehy notified and requlr-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of HENRY T. WHITE deceased
late of Sumter County, South Carolina
to the County Judges of Dade County.
' and file the same In duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.l, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Itaiie County, Flo-
rida, within six oalandar months from
tin- time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will in- barred
Dated at Miami, Florida, this ISth
day of August AD. 1!'72.
LUTHER I.. WHITE
Ancillary Administrator
Plrsl publication of this noli,-,, on
the 26th day of August, 107:.'.
ANDREW J. TOTH
Attorney for Ancillary Administrator
suite E-9326 Park Dr.,
Miami shores. Florida 83IS8
8 25 !' '1-8-18
he entera
adoption.
WITNESS my hand and the s,.il
of the Court on August 11. 1:172 nt )f|.
ami, Dade County, Florida
E. a LEA THERM AN,
as Clerk of said Court
By Ll 8j DcPIETRO
._, as Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
V ROHEHT CARLISLE
Attontv.v for the Petitioner
29!t Alhamb.-a Circle
Coral 1 :. i.l.-s. Florida 33139
Telephone: MU-OMS
_______________ __ 8/18-25 9/1-8
IN THE COUNTY juogE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-874
In RE: Estate of
JACOB SILVEHSTEIN
Deceased.
...1OT.,CE To CREDITORS
To AM Creditors and All Persons Hav-
iSluS? *"" fcmands Against Said
You are hereby notified and requlr-
which"w'*0,n an>: 'laim- and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of JACOB SILVEHSTEIN deceas-
?h.'a.e,. D?df Coun,y' EU'.ida, to
and Vu ;iy JudBe? i Dad c"ty.
f.r,virt Hth.* 8ame ln d" provided In Section 733.1S. Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the County
Whln all calendar months from the
time of the first puhllcatlon hereof
or the same will he harred '
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 9th
day of August AD 1972
HARRY IRVINO SII.VEKSTEIN
HAHOIJ) DAVID SII.BY
As Executors
thf'.A'th"!! "''ilo.n "' """ "'""<* on
inc .'.itn any of Aukunl 1 HENRY NORTON
Attorney for
Estate f Jacob Silversteln
1406 Biscayne Building
_________ 8/25 9/1-8-15
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 UK Kslate of
HETA MAV BEECHER
Deceased.
NOTICE Is hereby given that I have
filed my Final Report anil Petition for
Distribution and Final Discharge as
Executor of the estate of RETA MAY
BBBCHBR, deceased: and that on the
18th day of September, 1972. will ap-
ply to the Honorable County Judges
of Dade County, Florida, for approval
or -aid Flil Re-o-t and for c'lctrihu-
tlon and final discharge as Executor
of the estate of the above-named de-
cedent. This 18th day ol August,
HENRY NORTON
HENRY NORTON
Attorney
14H6 Biscayne Building
Miami. Florida 33130
8/25 9/1-8-15
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-3900 (Blanton)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In HE: Estate of
JUIJIS WEISSMAN.
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are herehy notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of JULIUS WEISSMAN,
deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided in Section 733.-
li;, Florida Statutes, in their offices
In the County Courthouse in Dade
County, Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 18th
day of August, AD. 1972.
IRVING WEISSMAN
As Executor
First publication ol this notice on
the -". day of August, 1972.
1 >avi,l S. Kumlile
Attorney for Executor
250 Lincoln Road, Suite 214
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
s 86 9/1-8-15
LEGAL NOTKE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SUN LUCK RESTAURANT at 1442
VV. 49th Street, Hialeah. Fla. Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
FELIPE LI
8/25 9/1-8-15
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-16813
IN HE: The Marriage of
ESTHER CURRY.
Wife,
and
JOHN A CURRY.
Husband.
TO: .Mr. John A. Curry
457 East 178th Street
Bronx. New York 10457
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 Peti-
tion, on the Petitioner, ESTHER
CURRY, whose address is 2701 S.W.
33rd Court. Miami, Florida 33133. and
file the original answer or pleading
in the office of the Clerk of the above
styled Court on or before the 20 day
of September. 1972, in default of
which Petition will be taken as con-
fessed against you.
Dated this 15 day of Aug. 1972.
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
c M BBARSB D.C.
(Circuit Court Seal)
8/18-25 9/1-8
Friday, September 1, 1979
~1
UCAL NOTKE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGED COURT
IN AND FOR DAfiE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE '
, No- 71.1255
In RE: Estate of
E8TRELLA QOMBZ
Deceased.
T. inNrT!CE T0 CREDITORS
t A, '/editors and All Persons Hav-
EMate" "r Demands Against Said
You are hereby notified and requir-
^p:wnl any claims and demands
Which you may have against the es-
tate Of B8TRBLLA QOMBZ deceased
CnL',' >a,' Kl"rlda <" >"
Coumy ju,,K(.s Dade County, fl
file the same in duplicate and as pro.
vol..I n Section 788.16, Florida Slat-
Utes. in their off,,..
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-3982
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
LENA 8TOCK
Deceased.
7 AA\ S". ms or Dem"ds Against said
You are herehy notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
V\ "J IAESA STOCK deceased late
<>f Dade County, Florida, to the Coun-
y Judges of Dade County, and file
the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided In Section 733.16. Florida Stat-
utes, In their offices In the County
?.K?J1<2? "! D?de County. Florida,
Mme V'J. calndar months from the
time of the first publication hereof
or the same will be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 8 day
of August, AD. 1972.
Sidney M. Aronovltz
As Executor of the Estate of
_, Lena Stock
t>,r'rrt.T>Ubti<'ntion "' ,hls "<>ye on
the 11 day of August, 1972
ARONOVITZ, SILVER & BOOTH
d::::":,sed,or Es,a,e of ,-ena s,<*-
SOU Alnsley Building, Miami. Fla
__________ 8/11-18-25 9/1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious names of
ECONO MOTOR INN
ECONO ROADSIDE INN
ECONO TRAVEL LODGE
ECONO HOTEL
ECONO MOTEL
ECONO LODGE
ECONO TRAVEL
ECONO INN
ECONO HOUSE
Biscayne Boulevard, Miami,
intends to register said names
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
JERRY GRANGER
MAC MERMELL
Attorney for Jerry Granger
1900 S.W. Third Avenue
Miami, Florida 33129
8/25 9/1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of Snug Haihor Tow-nhoiis.s at 10th
Avenue and loth 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. Levlnson &
Kenin
Attorneys foi Applicant
8/18-25 9/1-8
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THP
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-16689
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
DEBRA PEARL AUSTIN
Wife
HUGO CHRISTROPHER
AUSTIN.JR.
Husband
TO: Hugo Christopher Austin, Jr
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of .Mar
rlage has been filed against you an*
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 test \- m
62nd Street. Miami. Florida 18147 and
file the original with the cli ti; t,f
the above styled court on or hi (,.re
September 20, 1972: otherwise a ,]e.
fault will be entered against v,,u (r
the relief demanded in the complaint
or petition.
This notice shall be published one*
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAX
WITNESS my hand and the
of said court at Miami, Florida on
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 33146 691-5931
Attorney for Petitioner
8/18-25 9
teal
; this
I-l
at 924
Florida,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THP
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
E,f.?UNTY' FLORIDA
W^T.^UMBER 72-16197
NOT'cE BY PUBLICATION
r,,e F0R ACTION FOR
IN Dt,f?SOLlJTION OF MARRIAGE
THE MARRIAGE OF
OEOROE W. FLYXN
Husband
and
K-^^-BS&JtuS MSI* a "*"*
or the same will be harred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 24th
uay of August, a I) 197"
GERARD A VBQA
as Administrator Cum Testamento
Annexo
First publication of this notice on
the 1st day of s......mi,.,, |7j
GOLDMAN GOLDSTEIN
& PACZIER
Attorney for Estate
2401 West Flagler St.
_____________^_^_______9/1-8-15-iS
IN THI
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
tn be- tN' 72-3t0<> (Blanton)
In RE: Estate of
JULIUS WEISSMAN
Deceased.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IV
THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT
ou are hereby notified that a writ-
en Instrument purporting to be the
last will and testament of said de-
cedent has been admitted to probate
^ 2id CoYV- Vou are he,-ey com-
fr^e2 wU.nlVi* calendar months
,,f flu *^te ."' ,he flm Publication
or this notice to appear In said Court
and show cause, if any you can. why
ivM1"-' I-" f sald Court '" admitting
^.revoked Pr0ba,e Knould not s,a'ld
John R. Rlanton
County Judge
By N A DINE S. JENNINGS
~ ,. ("'erk
David S. Kumble
Attorney
350 Lincoln Road. R-214
Miami Beach. Florida
.v?1!?1* WbllcaUon of this notice on
the 25 day of August, 1972.
C J. SEAL
8/25 9/1-8-15
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 nt 5555 COLLINS AVE .
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
John Lubar
Mary Andre
______ 8/11-18-25 9/1
NOTICE UNDER
M FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
.wNOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
\ ,AVE REAL at number 2381
W. Flagler Street, ln the City of
Miami. Florida. Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
.hii ,7.1, / Mlam|. Dade. Florida,
this 27th day of July. 1972.
LUIS R. LOPEZ
RODOLFO L LOPEZ
______ 8/4-11-18-25
COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
Tn RE: Estate of
No. 72-3982
LENA STOCK
Deceased.
_.,_ NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA-
JpALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE OP SAID DECEDicvr
You are herehy notified that a wrIN
Jen Instrument purporting to he the
last will and testament of said de-
cedent has been admitted to probate
m2 It C".V,r YOU "'"'' nere''>- ''""-
S: Z ,t Km "n ."'i! 'a1''1"1"' months
from the date of the first publication
i E no"ce > appear In said Court
and show cause If any you can. whv
1^,1^.,?". f ""J'1 C'""", ,n admitting
unrev^ked P '* "hOU"1 "" ***
FRANK B. DOW LINO
County Judge
By MELBA C. DICK
ARONOVITZ. SILVER & BOOTH
Attorneys Estate of Lena Stock.
deceased
908 Alnsley Building
fffc,,.,., Mlml. Florida 33132
(Circuit Court Seal)
First publication of this notice on the
11 day of August, 1972
8/11-18-25 8/1
TO: MARGARET C. FLYNN
260 Fairvlew Road
Hoodlyn, Pa.
,',"'' ^RE HEREHY NOTIFIFn
riaVe'h.t, 22 frr, Dissolution I M
wT\istf2 asm **"&
;r-er,'V,L,'^^,r^,r^u'n
E. B. LEATHERMAN, '
Clerk, Circuit Court
RONALD J FATH AMrk
'". s.,,,i, 1, TH' A"orney
Miami p. ayshor"- Drive
Miami, Florida
(Attorney for Petitioner)
___^^ 8/11-18-25 9/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
g fe PH-OT^ST^Drra
enHaV."" Blevard, Miami. Fla in-
aSk of TB?*S "!? nH wl,h 'be
Courn,yrfFloHdatirCU,t C"U^, f Dadc
FRANCIS G. GARCIA
8/25 9/1-8-15
^-N0T,CE UNDER
.. FICTITIOUS NAME I auo
D..i ,. ..."ltDICAL CENTER a.
C.e?k" 'of TS-^S? 'be
County. Flor'da u CUrt of Dade
Miami, Florida
COS 9/1-8-15
IN TNHE"lrlRrB,T,TPUBL,CATI0N
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C.RcJ.T
n.e._ 'N AND pOR
DADCEaIeUNNOTV;2^7037R,DA
N'THnuSr1'
Ad.mtlon of minor child
"> stepfather:
IlPeHifCr'-EONARD BERER.
TO: JAMES JOSEPH VF/Nt
Maryland Ave S*
Staten Island. New Y'nrlc
TOD ARE HKREHV NOTIFIFD
styled Court on J. I of "bove
day of September mo "^ th,e 20
JE32P' my hand a"d
said Court on August 15. 1972
^H-. WEATHERMAN
r?,rk- Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida
By L. 8NEEDEN
(Circuit Cour^f) C'erk
3"O0bL,inc,o1nBRdn8- **"
Miami Beach. 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
1 Dt,NSTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
CLARA M FELSER
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
Estate- m" r Deman''8 Against Said
..?!J .are h<"reby notified and re-
qulred to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of CLARA M. FELSER de-
?oa.h r!"'e.of.Da',e c"unty. Florida.
n. r1,C.U.nty JudKeK nf na-le County
SSfi*2i ,h.e KIimo in dunl'cate and as
provided in Section 733.16. Florida
Statutes in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County Flor-
ae time"'", 1" 0,a,,'n"ar m""'bx t om
dayofeAug,.AM^m!,-72.F,"rlda' thiS"
Richard I. Kroop.
vi, ,Lorn,'Y for Executor
lhr[x d.'v" ,,rn""" of thi8 ""ce on
'"* da> of August, 1972
RICHARD I. KROOP
AEXKt-,;fTOKSEPH FESI-ER. "
5Sl,e.5i!'*M 'Jncoln Rd.
.Miami Beach, Florida 588-7578
___________ 18-85 9/1-8
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-4221
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
CHESTER A. NOLAN.
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav.
ing Claims or Demands Against sid
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re.
quired to present any claims and de-
mauds which you may have against
the estate of CHE8TER A. NOLAN
deceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade Coim-
ty. and file the same in duplicate and
as provided ln Section 733.16 Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Fit r-
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 )th
day of August, A.D. 1972
_ STELLA M. NOLAN
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI
As Executors
,h 2?v "Vacation of this notice en
the 25th day of August, 1972
KURT WELLISCH,
Attorney at Law
{,.tjorAJm<-ria Avenue. Coral Gables.
__________ 8/25 9/1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME I A/
NOTICE IS HEREBv'oVvEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
of hnJ,1d>r ,h- "c'ltious name
, SEI-ECT INSURANCE AGENCY
nt.nH .E 10,,h Slreet- Hialeah. Fla.
ruJl ? rtKlsJfr 8ald name wi,h the
rournk,y0Wohr1daCirCUlt f ^
Ht,VV,?,ER S RODRIGUEZ
MIRIAM A. RODRIGUEZ
____ 8/25 9/1-8-15
Com
seal of
__NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
im TL..T (N0 PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF The
florN,^ 'uwoialeineuiTOF
?r?,,?eVJNAND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 72-17399
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
rv or- L OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriaite of
ROBERT T. WADE Husband.
PEGGY WADE. Wife
to: ftssms&r"-
ih ARE HEREHY NOTIFIFn
your written defense, ?r a ''"y of
n WILLIAM SHAPIRO m Vt ,0.11
wmmm
September 2s,h A70 ,u T Mn
'ault will be entered "n''rwi-' i da-
he seal
ida on
NOTICE UNDER
....P'CJ'T'OUS NAME LAW
the K.'S HEREBY GIVEN that
he undersigned, desiring to encage
lit r-uvL^ U.nder lhe fictitious name,
STAL C,TY; SENSl'Al.in-
n' TEK,, at R01 Nw- lUth Sir..-.
","" }1 '"tends to register sa,d
.ames with the derk of the Circuit
Court of Dnde County, Florida
DAVID HAYLOCK
__^^_ R U 9/1-S-15

this 23rd dv f a"1"1"'- Flof
P r?y.^. Auaust. 1H72
A. n, ',EATHERMA.\
Dadi"cK- C'rCUi' CMS
^V I ""sv^/'-'-'da
A." t? SNEEDEN
(Circuit Court SeaDyClerk
w'V'iAMs"ARaRo
51 N.E. 79th Street
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
8/25 9/1-8-15

NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
.., (NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
5XSHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-17308
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
m Dc rmF MARRIAGE
F1*E! The Carriage Of
L1DIA HARRANCO, Wife,
and
toMA,??BARRANCO- Husband.
TO: ARMANDO BARRANCO
v^!)eaUlence Unknown.
thL ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
tnat an action for Dissolution of Mar-
vmf" bee" flled against you and
>ou are required to serve a copy of
nUr,^';'.V.<'n defenses, if any, to it
p.hERRY A "URNS, attorney for
SS?2?rV. whose address Is Suite
\v National Bank Building, 25
M.Vft ''"K'cr Street, Miami. Florida
33130. and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court on
or before September 29th. 1972; other-
wise a default will be entered against
cnmJ'T .th'' r*'"ef demanded in the
complaint or petition.
e-, i1 n""cc shall be published once
!,', rruiC, fnr four consecutive weeks
111 T,HE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
nd day of August, 1972
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By. C P. COPELAND
frt...i. ^ As Deputy aerk
Miami. Florida 33130
Telephone: 373-0856
Attorney for Petitioner
8/25 S/l-8-15


r, September 1, 1972
JmHti Hcrldlan
Page
Great New Year utguiwia
lea From Cunard
LEGAL NOTKE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRRHY C.l\ KN Hint
*'o very special suggestions for',, ,"",''n,'K|,,v'' desirinu 10 engart
In business under the fictitious name
' I '.,'[ }' n'"'1 K r"mP!iny at I OS.", Baal
im to Israel silver anniversary'-s"' Street, Hialeah, Florida SJeia
\iises on the Queen Elizabeth II, j !'.'"n.')s .' .r'cii [ship many have called the "great-
It in the world." Chances are
ou'll agree!
Both promise to be truly excil-
fig, truly memorable experiences.
I.'aeh is 15 days long, with nine
lull days in Israel. The first (!-
barture is around the Passover
holiday In mid-April; the second
tailing is scheduled for April 28
Both touis Include special air
Tare, transfers, baggage handling,
all the fabulous facilities of the
[hivurious "QE-2" plus six meals
Baily it sea or in port. For com-
Iplele rate information, and other
petal!* on both of these onec-in-
ii-lifetimo trips, contact your travel
agent. Or write Assured Travel
Worcester, Mass. 01606.
Sanka-For Health
I! n The New Year
A toast to health is always in
order, always appropriate as we
oproach the Yo:ntov season. And
ESanka coffee is one bracing bev-
i rage thai fits right into your en-
|lertairment holiday plans. Sanka I
js General Foods' 97' '< eaffein free !
poffee, and you know General >
Foods' reputation for quality.
Caffeint Well, siicc eaffein ha*
no taste Sanka drinkers enjoy only
rich, smooth coffee flavor fla-
fot that is never bitter.
Sanka is available in three con-
venient forms: Frezee-Dried, In-
ktai t or Ground. Do try some
teism.
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Bade
< ounty, Florida.
SKIN OK THK DOVR. INC.
Paul Duhin, President
Ins:, Bast '-'Mh Street,
Hialeah. Florida 33013
KlItT WELLIBCH
167 Almeriu Avr.
Cnral Babies, Kin, 33134
Attorney for Sign of the Dove, in,-
S/11-IS-tS :> i
Maxwell House Is The
'Traditional Coffee'
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-13172
(Crawford)
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN" RE: The Marrlajre "f
JKANA MARIA MUXTKRO,
and
MANUEL J. MON'TKItn
TO: MANITELJ. MONTERO
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
TOO ARE HEREBY NOTIPTED
that an action fur Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed aaalnel you and
you are required to serve n copy of
written defenaee, if any, to ii on
RIDNBY EPRONSON. attoney for
Petitioner, whose address is 812 Alns-
ley HuiidiiiK. .Miami, Florida SJ1J2,
and file the original with the elerk of
iii. above styled court on or before
September Sth. 1972: otherwlae a de-
fault will be entered aa>ins1 you for
the relief demanded in I he complain)
or petition.
Thla notice shall be published onee
each week for four consecutive weeks
in TIIK JKWISII KI.ORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand ami the seal of
said court nt .Miami, Florida on this 3
day of Aur. 1972.
K. It. LEATHERN \N.
As Clerk, circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By l>. RYAN
Ax Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Sidney Bfronaon
S12 Alneley Building
Miami, Florida 33132
attorney for petitioner
$711-18-25 !' I
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-16383
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: TIIK MARRIAOE OK,
MARIA HE l.os ANGELES
U>PBZ MIRANDA,
Wife,
and
REINALDO MIRANDA,
Husband.
TO: REINALDO MIRANDA
Santa Monica
Paso Real da Ban Diego
Pinnr del itio culm
VOll ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve n copy of
your written defenses, if ally, to It on
FRIEDMAN AND UPTON, attorney
for Petitioner, whore address is ,I7:;7
S.W. 8 St., suite 109, Miami, Florida
33134 (446-8485), and file th.; original
with the clerk of the above styled
court on or before September 20, 1972:
otherwise n default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded in
the complaint or petition.
Thla notice shall be published once
BBCh week for four Consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said Court at Miami, Florida on this
in day of Aug.. 1972.
K. H. LEATHERMAN,
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Daile County, Florida
By C. M. BEAR8E
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Courl Seal)
FRIEDMAN AND LTPCON
::;::? S.W. St., suite log
.Miami. Kloriila S3134
Teh-pin.....: 448-6485
Attorney for Petitioner
MARVIN ROSS FRIEDMAN
I 18-23 !i/l-S
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
luisin.ss under the fictitious name of
THE STEAK AND ONION at I71S4
West IMxie Highway, North Miami
Mea.h, Kla. intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
MAItV JANE COBB
t 18-25 It'1-8
lav-
Said
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 71-4398
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
UK DELLA WALKER
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons
I ing Claims or Demands Against
Bstnte:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to presi :il any Claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of I.IK DKI.I.A WALKER
dec-eased late .,f Dade County, Kloriila.
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the aame In duplicate and as
provided in Section 718.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County. Klor-
iila. within .six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will he barred,
Dated at Miami. Kloriila. this lit
day of August. AD. 1*72.
Clara Mae Cumminus
As Administratrix
Kirst publication of this notice on
the is day ,,( August, 1972.
Sanford ll Kramer
Attorney for Administratrix
1150 N.W. l ith Street
Miami, Florida 33131
s is-;.". i -s
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS N*ME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring 10 engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MALE BOO at 807 Miracle Mile, Coral
Gables, Florida, 7613 Dade Land Mall.
Miami, Florida int. mis to register
F'innv how some thiiun become|sald name wlttijhe Clerk of the Clr-
ra itional over the years liko
ult Court of Dade County, Florida.
BENRICH CORPORATION
a Florida corporation
NKI.si IN K FELDMAN
Attorneys for BENRICH
CORPORATION
1/11-18-23 9/1
Maxwell House Coffee, because
Maxwell House's "good to the last
|tfn>!>" flavor never varies; like
r old friend, It's always nice to
Have around. And what better
Imp in show your guests you
lure than ritdit now, as we ap-
proach the holidays.
Yes, it's u'ood to know (hat Jew-
Mi liomemakers can slill turn to
time-proven favorite like Max-1 of Dade County, Florida.
Hilled at Miami. Florida,
Ml House Coffee. Available '
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
tile undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
business under the fictitious name of
PEJOCAPA INTERNATIONAL BUSI-
NESS at number 1060 Brickell Avenue.
Suite 811, ill the City of Miami. Klor-
iila, intends to register the said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
IP
Hit instant and regular. Maxwell
louse is Hie traditional way to
.. tl ,.rt,,.. \r^rv%1o." c-i'V.ls
this 2nd
lay of August, 1972.
LATIN AMERICAN
.Motors CORPORATII N
by, FELIX J. CA8TRO, PRESIDENT
s. II -18-25 '.' I
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
Civil Action No. 72-16641
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
IXJL'IS R. BELLBR
and
ALICE BBLLER
TO:: Alice Beller, c o Bate, Rehoboth
Avenue, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has bean filed against you and
you are required to servo a copy of
your Written defenses, if any. to It
on Louis H. Heller, attorney in pcr-
sonaum. attorney for Petitioner,
whose address is 480 Lincoln Road,
Suite (38, Miami Death, and file Un-
original with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before September
20, tii7-'; otherwlae a default v.ill 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 this
ii daj of August, 1972.
i: It LEATHERMAN,
As i 'lerk. Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
By l.. BNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Courl s.-al)
Louie It. Beller
<20 Lincoln Road
.Miami Beach, Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
in peraonaum
8. is--''. < l s
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COL_
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY!
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-4377
in RE: Estate nf
DAVID H HOCHBERQ
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
ing claims or Demands Agalnai
Batata:
You are hereby notified and i
ed to present any claims ami d.
' which you may have against till
i title of DAVID R HOCHBEROl
| ceased late of Dade County, Kin
to the County Judges of Dade Co
I and file th. same in duplicate 01
provided In Section 723.16, I'M
I statutes, hi th.ii offices In the c|
IV Courthouse in Dade County,
rida. within six calendar months
1 the time of th.- first publication
of. or the same will be bnrred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this
day of August. AD. in?:'.
JACQUELINE S HOCHBERQ"
As Executrix
Plrsl publication of this notlt
the 1st day of September, 1972.
DAVID P. I ATSMA.V
Attorney for K\rculri\
156 S. 10. 2nd Ave.. .Miami. Pin.
9/1 -s-l'. -I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tli
the undersigned, desiring to engage
business under the fictitious name
MORAY8 JEWELERS at 141 V
2nd Avenue, Miami. Kin. Intend
register said name with the Clerk
the Circuit Court of Dade Count
Florida.
SALLY SCHECHTER
ItlcilAltl) SCHECHTER
8/lx-:::, : i-s
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name or
DOCTORS HOU8E CALLS. INC. al
5826 Sunset Drive. South Miami, Kla
intends to register aald name with
the t i.rk of the Circuit Courl of Dade
County, Klorida.
DOCTORS BERV1CE8, INC.
a Florida corporal ion
Weiner & Weisenfcl.l i- a,
M-121 Honey piaaa
'_':!":! Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, Kla.
s 18-25 ii l-s
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUl
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTYJ
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-4313
Frank B. Dowling
to RE: Estate of
.li'Vll'S D. MORRISON,
Dei eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To AH Creditors and All Persons
ing Claims or Demands Against
Relate:
You are hereby notified and
ed to present any claims and deini
which you may have against the!
tale of .11 NIKS I). MORRISON
ceased late of Dndo County, Flo
to the County Judges of Dade c.,
and file Ho- s.nn. in diuilicate lin^
provided In Section 788.16. Kin
Statutes, in their offices In the <*6
ty Courthouse in Dade County.
rlda, within -is calendar months
the time of the first publication h(
or, or the same will lie haired.
Dated al Miami. Klorida .this
day of August. A I). 1972.
l.M. KIRK II. M< tRRISON
As Administratrix
Kirst publication nf this notlc
ihe 1st day of September, 1972.
CHARLES II. BPOONER, ESQ.
Attorney for Administratrix
I-, Merrlek Way Suite 72
Coral Gables. Florida 83184
t i.8-15'
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
i'TICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
undersigned, desiring to engage 1
business under the fictitious name'
[CARIBBEAN PEST CONTROL at
Palm Avenue. Hialeah inte'nds to
Ister said name with the Clerk of
Circuit Court of Dade County,
|i Ida,
IliKl.h EXTERMINATING, INC.
a Kla. Corp.
8/2.-> :i 1-8-16
[THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
-EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
[CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-16287
NOTICE OF SUIT
HKIl BRENNER el als.,
Bntlffa
Vs.
K3E S. -MALCOLM, et. als.,
indants
lEORGE S. MALCOLM and
plAA MAM-OI.M. his wife
cursol Hep. Duminienn.'i
LA. Sancheic No. 22 Ens. Nuco
^nto Domingo, D.N.
are hereby notified that an
[to foreclose a mortgage on the
ng property in Dade County.
nuthcast "J of the Southwest
the Northwest ',4. less 35
16 South, Hang. 3!i Esst. ly-
pfl being in Dade County,
filed against you and you
pired to ser\*e a copy of your
defenses, If any, to It on
I.KMI.ICH, attorney for
whose address is r,S41 IJis-
alevard, Miami. Florida 88187,
Vthe original with the Clerk
fcw>ve styled Court on or be-
|ember L'i, l!.7i; otherwise a
" may be entered against you
elief demanded in the coin
elition.
Iras' hand and the seal of
tn August 11, 197J,
I.UATHKIUIAN
Clerk of said Court
P. COPBLAND
Deputy Clerk
tuit Court Seal)
8/18-2.1 9/1-8
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-16895
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
EDITH JOYCE ALBERTS,
Petitioner
and
RBI 'UJS.N ALBERTS,
Respondent
Ti 1 REUBEN ALBERTA
it 1 Irchnrd Place
Dravoaburg Pennsylvania 150841
VOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar- I
rlage has been filed against you and
1 you are required to serve a copy nf J
I your written defenses, if any, to It I
[on Robert H. Burns, attorney for Pe- I
1 lltloner. Whose address is 3.1H Lin- j
I coin Road, Miami Beach, Klorida, and
file the original with the d. rk of the
above styled court on or before Sep-
tember 1:7. I97-; otherwise a default
will he entered against you for the
relief demanded in the complaint or
petition.
Tills notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in TIIK JKWISII FLORIDIAN.
B. H. LEATHERMAN,
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By L SNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Robert 11. Burns. Esquire
3511 Lincoln ltd.
.Miami Beach, Fla.
Attorney for Petitioner
8/2.> 9/1-8-15
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1122
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate "i
PELAYl 1 CERULIA, SR.
|i, c, as. d
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 agalnai tho'ea-
lule of PBLAYU CERULIA, Sit. de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
in ihe County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file Ihe same In duplicate and
as provided In Section 783.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
ida, within si\ calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the sain.- will be barred.
Haled at Miami. Klorida, this day
Of August, AD. 1972.
PELAYO CERULIA, Jit.
As Administrator
First publication of this notice on
the is daj "f August, 1972.
GROVER WEIN8TEIN ti.
STAIIIKl:. P.A.
By: si 11:1:win STAUBER
Attorney for Batata "i Pelayo Cerulla,
Sr.
::."" Lincoln Itoad
Miami Beach, Klorida
8/18-25 M/1-8
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring 1,, engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ROCLA FIBERGLASS PRODUCTS al
77114 N.W. 76th Avenue, .Medley, Kla
Intend to reglater said name with Ihe
Clerk of the Circuit Court "i Dade
County, Florida.
JOSE RAMON RODRIGUEZ
Jt 'BE ROMERO ADAMS
RAUL CLAVIJO |
S, 18-2.1 !' I-s
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
DKI.I'HY ItOKTIQIK at number 7437
Coral Way. in the City of Miami.
Kloridn, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ol
Dade County, Klorida.
Dated nt Miami, Klorida, this 2nd
day of August. 1972.
A SARA ROJAS
8/11-18-25 9/1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of PRIDE MEATS \- DELICATES-
SEN at 129W N.W. 7th Avenue Mi-
ami, Fla. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Courl of Dade County. Kloridn.
PRIDE MEATS. INCORPORATED
a Klorida corpora lion
Angelo A. All
Attorney for applicant
Roberts Building
Miami, Fin.
- _:. : 1 -8-16
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKKKBY tilVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name Of
5 STAR CIOAR .mail ORDER
HOUSE at 163S W. Flagler Street,
Miami, Kin. Intends to register said
nnme with the Clerk of the Circuit
Courl of Dade County, Kloridn.
NISSAN MANNI8
8/18-25 9/1-8
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-16561
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
1 'HARLES T. lit "II'KN,
Petit loner,
and
JOSEPHINE Bl IGDEN,
Respondent.
TO: .11ISEPHINE BOflDEN
4 Erwin Place
t'nldwell, n.w Jersey,
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an uetinn for Dlssolull......f Mar-
riage has been tiled agalnai you and
you an required i" serve a copj of
your written defenses, if any, to ii
on TALIANOFF \- QADER, attor-
neys for Petitioner, whose addn I
IL'n I.inc..in Road, Miami Bench, Flor-
Ida, 83189, and file the original with
the elerk or ihe above styled courl
on or before September 2a, 1972:
otherwise a default will be entered
agalnsl you for Ihe relief demanded
in the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH Kl-i HUMAN
witness my ban.1 1..... the seal
of said courl at Miami. Florida on
this II day of August. 1972.
K. B. LEATHERMAN,
As cierk. Circuit Courl
Dade County, Klorida
By I.. SNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
TALIANOFF BADER
1^" Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla.
Attorney for Petitioner
s 18-25 i' l-s
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COL
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY!
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 72-3416
In RE: I'Ntnlc "f
I'Ail INK 8PINDEL
"NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors .....I All Persons
inc. Claim- or Demands Against
You are hereby notified and red
ed to present any claims and il.-ml
whbh -"u may have against thai
late of PAULINE BPINDEL di ol
,,l lute ,,1 Dade County, FlorldaJ
the County Judges of n..... "u|
and file the same iii duplicate ana
provided in Section 188.16, 1 i"l
Statutes, In Ihelr offices In the 1 "
iv Courthouse In Dade County,
r|da, within -is calendar m""1""1!
ihe lime of the first publication n#
.,f. ... ihe same will bi tarred.
Hal. d al Miami. Florida. IMS
,l.,v of August, A.D. 1972.
JOSH REPHI N
As Administrator
Ki'-l iiublicali......f "'i',Ll.V'"'
,, 1 hi dn> of September, l72.
JOSH RBPHUN
.ttnme> for Administrator
13711 Washington Avenue,
Miami Beach. FU.rlda 88139 ^y
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUl
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1444 (Dowling)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN RE: Estate ol
JACK MESSER'
T.I'Vii Creditors and Ml Persons II
Ing Claims 01 I > mands Agalnai r
bYnii hereb> notified and
nulled in 1.......il am ctalnw and
mauds which you may hye ajp
,l,e .-,.......I JACK MESSER
ceased Ii.....I Dade County. Floi
to the County Judges "i I tade < a
ty and file Ihe same in duplicate
as' provided in Section 788.16, Flat
Statutes, in Ihelr offices in the I iv Courthouse in Dade County, Kl
Ida within six calendar months f|
the time of the first publication hi
Of in the same will be barred.
Dated al Miami, Klorida. ll,ia|
da) of August, A.D. IJ78.
JOHN SOWLBH
As Administrator
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III. IS .lav of August, 1978,
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liami. Florida Friday, September 1, 1972
Section C,
Hadassah Delegates Elect
Mrs. Matzkin As President
Wilkes-Barre Begins Task
Of Returning To Normalcy
By BORIS MOI. \K
lE r i. 1S72, Jewish Telegraphic Afrency)
Of all the Jcwisn communities
iroughout the world there is one
the United States which will
leel the significance of the "Days
pf Awe" this High Holiday season
nore than ever. It is the Jewish
tommunity of Wilkes-Barre, Pa.,
rvastated by the Agnes flood.
Little did the 1C00 Jewish fami-
lies in Wilkes-Barre foresee last
rom Kippur, when they recited in
their synagogues the "Unsaneh
Tokef the prayer-poem which
scribes heavenly procedure on
the Day of Judgement what
their fate would be this Rosh Ha-
phanah and Yom Kippur.
Little did any of them suspect
that they would be victims of "Me
Bamayim" destruction by water
ivhich the prayer enumerates as
une of the destinities inscribed in
tieaven on Rosh Hashanah and
sealed on Yom Kippur for people
on the earth.
This year, uprooted Jewish popu-
lation of Wilkes-Barre will not
even have its synagogues on the
ligh Holidays. The buildings of
|the houses of worship, as well as
of other Jewish communal institu-
tions, have been demolished by
|the flood. They need to be rebuilt.
It will costs hundreds of thou-
sands of dollars to restore the Tem-
ile Israel. Temple B'nai B'rith
lOhav Zedek Synaeogue. the Jew-
ljsh Community Center and the
[United Hebrew Institute. Destroy-
ed or sevo-elv damaged are also
[Jewish factories and hundreds of
Jother business enterprises. H1 in-
jured* of Jewish homes were swept
[off to their foundations ani car-
| ried away by the flood.
The erea* majority of the af-
fected Jewish, families have b^n
I evacuated. Manv of them are still
scitte-ed todav a refugees in
iviuhboring townships, or t^ev a1^
living with velati'"s nnd friends in
!ln nrea. Some 3T0 famiVes have
found t^mpo-arv shiter in Scran-
' ton. Onlv about ICO of the evalu-
ated 1300 families are nW bac'<
in Wilkes-Barre. Many children a-e
still separated from their parents.
MONTHS OF WORRY
The new Jewish Year thus starts
for the Jews in Wilkes-Barre with
the problem of how to get back
to normal life.
The Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds lost no
time in organizing assistance for
the victims. Max M. Fisher
"JFWF president, and Philip Bern-
stein, the executive vice-president,
proceeded to Wilkes-Barre soon
after the catastrophe to evaluate
the needs of the community. As a
result, Jewish Federations from
all over the country are now pro-
viding $2 million in emergency aid.
Ten Federations have provided
more than $500 000 even before
the CJFWF issued the call for re-
lief and rehabilitation.
The primary responsibility for
aid rests, naturally, with the fed-
eral and state governments. The
CJFWF is requesting special as-
sistance. Special assistance is be-
ing provided also for Protestant
and Catholic victims by their re-
ligious bodies.
Impressive is the fact that the
Wilkes-Barre community, despite
Its devastation, is determined to
do everything possible within its
own resources and actions to help
its people and to reconstruct the
community. The Wilkes-Barre
Federation has borrowed $1 mil-
lion from a local bank for this pur-
pose.
Based on the first week's ex-
perience, it was authorized to bor-
row a second million dollars from
other local banks. Small business-
men whose needs cannot be met
by government aid are provided
by the Federations with loans up
to $25,000.
It is expected that the Jewish
institutions, including the syna-
gogues, will receive 30-year loans
from the Small -Business Adminis-
tration to renair their buildings.
However, with the impoverish-
ment of many of their members,
they would need heln to handle
the repayment in the first years.
The bank loan of $1 million was
interest rate of six oereent. The
Federa'ion is now anticipating as-
sistance from other communities to
help meet the bank's interest costs
in part for the frpt ,wo vears-
For small business loans of up
to S5.0C0, the Federation is waiv-
ing interest for one year, and the
orincinal repayment will not_ be
due for a year. For loans of $5,000
to $25,:00, interest would be free
for six months, with similar defer-
ment of payment of principal for
six months. Meanwhile there are
still several hundred families in
need of special individual aid not
met by government and by the
initial Red Cross assistance, now
largely ended.
YEARS OF COl'NSELING
The worst destruction caused by
the flood disaster was in the Jew-
ish business and residential areas.
Counseling assistance to the Jew-
ish victims will be needed for at
least another year.
A team composed of James
Young of the CJFWF staff, Her-
bert Katzki of the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee, Max Pearlman of
the Chicago Jewish Federation,
and Mollie Spector of the Philadel-
phia Jewish Family Service has
been helping to organize and super-
vise the assistance programs, and
to reconstruct the Jewish commu-
nity and its institutional services.
Albert Hutler, associate director
of the Chicago Jewish Welfare
Board and a member of the JDC
staff, is now in Wilkes-Barre help-
ing the Jewish community to co-
ordinate its emergency aid pro-
gram and is expected to remain
there for a period of three months.
In the Wilkes-Barre case, the
Jewish Federations throughout the
country are proving themselves
equal to the task of aiding not only
Carttnned On Pajte. 4-C
NEW YORK (JTA) Hadas-
sah, the Women's Zionist Orga-
nization of America, ended its
58th annual national conven-
tion last week passing resolu-
tions calling for continued U.S.
support for Israel and leadership
in the United Nations protesting
Soviet policy toward Jews and
urging a crackdown on airline
terrorism.
This country's Middle East
policy "has heljied to maintain
the cease-fire and to deter Egypt
from starting another round."
and "the American commitment
to Israel i a bi-partisan policy, j
reflecting the critical importance
of a secure, independent, demo- i
cratic Israel to U.S. Interests in ,
the Middle East," the more than '
35C0 delegates declared.
"Generous American support- j
ing WlrtlOTPB and grants." they
added, "arc he'^lng Israel to
maintain a viable economy and
to absorb the influx of Immi-
grants from the USSR and oth-
er countries."
Hadassah protested "vigor-
ously" the USSR's "denial of a
basic human right to tens
upon tens of thousands of Jews
waiting for emigration permits,"
and called on the United States
(to "exert maximum influence
on the government of the USSR
through every possible channel
to achieve these objectives."
Hadassah also resolved that
the United States must "take
the initiative at the United Na-
tions and among airline agencies
in demanding that aM major air-
lines and airports act "to td
uniform and strict secu|
measures to protect passeng
innocent bystanders, crew
property; to influence
world's major airlines to refl
to service any nation offer
haven and protection to avow
terrorists, and to call uj
friendly governments to refr
from extending hospitality
groups or organizations ovei]
engaging in acts of intcrnatia
terrorism."
Mrs. R >- Mat/kin of Wit
bury. Conn., a past vice pr
dent, past eha'rman of the
tlonal Youth Aliyah division
past chairman of the Natlo
Zionist Affairs division, was (
t'd president of Hadassah,
ceeiine Mrs. Faye L. Sche.n*
New York, who served four
year terms.
Mrs. Matzkin is a member
the Executive Board of
World Confederation of Gen^
Zionists, chairman of the Exd
tive Board of the American 7\
Lst Federation, and a met!
of the Executive Committee
the American-Israel Public
fairs Committee. She is a
dassah representative to
Conference of Presidents of
jor American Jewish Orgar
tions and to tne National
ference on Soviet Jewry. As
dassah president she is on
Board of Governors of the
brew University in JerusalJ
which helps the women's orgi
zation run the Hebrew Unrj
sity-Hadassah Medical Schc
Sy Kenen isecrted left), founder and Executive Vice Chair-
man of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee and
editor of the Near East Report, who was in Miami to speak
before the Platform Committee of the Republican National
Convention, spoke to the Young Leadership Cabinet of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federation recently. With him are
Mel Morgenstem. chairman of the YLC and his wife Barbara,
(seated). Howard Scott, vice chairman, and his wife, Linda,
are standing.
By the initiative of the Lubavitcher
rebbe. Rabbi Menachem M. Schneer-
son, who after the Six-Day War set up
an organization in Israel to care for the
widows and orphans, 42 children
(above) orphaned by the war and sub-
sequent hostilities were feted in the
fifth such communal Bar Mitzvah cele-
bration since the war, in Kfar Chabad,
the Lubavitcher village near Tel Aviv.
Among the 5,000 guests were pominent
rabbis, government and military digni-
taries, including Chief of Staff David
Elazar, (top right) talking with Rabbi
Israel Leibov, director of the Lubavitch
Youth Organization in Israel, and Mrs.
Shifra Colombovitch, a Kfar Chabad
widow (who directs the rebbe's organi-
zation for the widows and orphans)
Generals M. Piron, chief chaplain of
Israel's defense forces, M. Hod, R.
Zeavi, A. Adam and Y. Ironi. director
of the Defense Ministry. At top left is
one of the Bar Mitzvah boys who de-
livered an emotion-filled speech. The
boys were showered with gifts from
various Israeli industries and a pair
of Tefillin for each from the Lubavitcher
rebbe.


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P'ge 2-C
+Je*ist>ncri&ar>
Friday, September 1. 1972
Rabbi Schiff Conducting
Special Holiday Services
Rabbi Solomon Sch.ff. director J.-ish principle of Bikkur Cho-
Czech Conimunist Purges Reaching Jews Of Prague
cf the Greater Man i Jewish Fede-
j.-.norT, CuwmuiMty Cha)Ui*ic*
lim" visiting the ill. The j>ro-
giajo- cunsists of visits of Jiwish
j rsons confirv-d to hospitals and
other institutions in Dade County
who are not affiliate.! with a syn-
agogue or temple.
S.-r.in^ on the Chaplaincy Ad-
visor>' Board with Mr. Eisenstein
arc- Jack Katzman. vice chairman.
Ir\ing Saal. Mrs. Morton Wein-
U-rger. Marvin I. Wieivr. Joseph
Mondres. Dr. Herbert Baumgard.
Jlabbi Sol Laii'lau. Dr. Irving
Lehrman. Waiter S. Falk and Sam
J H" man. honorary chairmen.
LONDON fJTM Purges
by th.' Czech Communi-t re-
gime of personalities connected
with the Dubcek "spring era" of
four years a^o are starting to
reach members of the small
J. wtah community in Prague.
tt a a- rtporx.-d from the Qt*--ch
capital.
Dr Viktll Benda. director of
UM State Jewish Museum in
Pra=-ue for more than ten years.
was ou-ted when he refused to
d-x'o-at.' exhibits to si>e trum
a "political flavor."
Dr. K. n.l.i nho had been an
outtindinc mmibfr of the
< onimunKt Tarty had contrib-
uted greatly to nuking the !%-
Kh (-olh-f'tion- of Prague a main
a'traction for tourisr*.
Erik Klirrui was named Ben-
da's successor. His first job. it
was reported, will be to remove
Jewish staff members excluded
from the Communist Party in
the post-Dubcek purges.
Tile museum include* <*lx
synagogues the oldest dating
from the 13th century. a well
a, the I6th century Town Hall
and the old Jewish cemeteries
frooi the flrt halt of the ISth
century.
The- Pinkas synagogue has
been traasformed into a me-
morial to the 80.000 Czech Jews
slaughtered by the Nazis but it
is the Klaus synagogue, housing
a permanent collection, whkn
stems to be most annoyine to
the present Communist leaders.
There has been an intensive
anti-Zionist campaign with
strong anti-Semitic undertone
in Czechoslovakia rece-iiy
aimed mainly at Jewish backers
of Dubcek, many of them now
living in exile.
tTappShfrigs*,
Madge M. Kwrakaum of Coral
GaWes. a column *T for The Jew-
ish FToridian. has been seLrtM
to appear in the 1972 editun of
"Personalities of the South." a
book published annually to rec-
ognize outstanding citizen., who
have contributed to the lire of
their community, state or na-
tion through professional, com-
munity or civic activities
nAtBi soiouo* semfr
S '.:. :. : i -;- I ;ai ser-
ing the High
Holy Deyi .! i :a| institutions
:n<>ut th'- i ommuntty aoeord-
;in announcement ma ; eo Etaemtein chairman of the
. .'vi. sor> Hoard.
"If and solace were
rot ;.ro\;r|<-.| by Ihi CCS." Mr.
"m commented, "Jewish
'. Ii in these various institutions
: be unable to observe th'-
ii eh Holy Days."
Rabbi Schiff will conduct serv-
i .-'i th" Snn'and Training
(' nter. the Jewish Home for the
/. ed, Cedars ol Lebanon Hospital.
->n Memorial Hospital, Mount
Sinai Medical Center, St. Francis
ital, tin- Dade County Jail
1 bde County Stockade.
Rabbi Maxwf-ll lierger. spiritual
.I Temple Zamora who
the assistant chaplain of
the C< IS, will conduct lei \ ces at
Ih Miami, Baptist anil Merc)
t.ils.
The Community Chaplaincy Ser-
vice, founded in 1966, is sponsored
Greater Miami Jewish Feil-
eiation in association with the'
Ral binical Association ot Greater
Miami.
! i- designed to fulfill th.- basic
Ribicoff Guest Speaker
Si nator Abraham Ribicofl
-in. i. one o: tin- leading
i entioned as the Demo-
presidential standard-
......- it speaker at a
I meetii n lot i m by the
Irut Friendship Society Sat-
- i.. in the North Mi-
lum, 17011 Nii
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+Jewisti fkrxMnn
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Lehrman Day School
Registration Soaring
Record breaking enrollments North Dade and South Broward
K\ ill greet the returning faculty counties,
land a.Jr.inistration of Hie Lehr-
A limited number of oiKmings
|!l* all classes through the eijrhlh
^".uleremains, Mr. Frir-dland said;
additional information is available
either at the school or at the
Temple Kmanu-Kl office. 1701
Washington Ave.
54MUH fRIfDLAND
[man :-.y School of Temple
Entanu-EI next week as the 1972-
73 schi i I year gets under way at
7:'7 77tlr. St., Miami Beach.
A a rresnondlng jump in regis-
tration is also indicated for the
afteriKX n religious and Sunday
schools "1 Temple Kmanu-Kl, ac-
cording to Samuel N. Friedland.
I chairman of the board of the
Miami Beach congregation.
Mr, Friedlanil noted that the
[addition <.f more buses had helped
the Lehrman Day School to con-
tinue t< expand its service for both
CALLS FOR SPENDING
HALT TO AVOID
STATE INCOME TAXES
John Cyril Malloy, in the 6.O.P.
uimory race for the Stote legis-
lature, District 113, has called for
a holt in the runaway State budget
to avoid any State income tax on
individuals.
Malloy recently told supporters:
"I am absolutely opposed to a State
income tax. When a spendthrift
approach to tax revenue prevails, a
Stote income tax is always lurk-
ing in the wings. We must call a
halt to this runaway spending in
Tallahassee."
The Dade delegation to Tallahas-
see is the biggest in the State and
has a powerful voice in State tax
rates. It is entirely composed of
Democrats. There is net a single
Republican in the entire Dale legis-
lative delegation.
"Now that the Democratic party
is under the control of the McGov-
ern forces, a strong stand on spend-
ing must be taken or this State in-
come tax spector is apt to come
front and center once again."
This year, there is a strong likeli-
hood that Dade Voters will oust
some of the Democrat legislators
responsible for the spendthrift
approach in State Government.
"Some Republican voices in the
Dade delegation are needed to
counterbalance drifting with the
dangerous McGovern philosophy,"
Malloy cautioned, "or we'll be at
sea with that philosophy in the
coming years with its attendant
consequences to all of US."
Molloy's campaign stresses more
efficiency in State Government, lit-
tend of more taxes. "If we are ever
going to have the benefits of the
two-party system in State Govern-
ment, we have to loosen the grip
that the Democrats have on the
Dade delegation.
Pd Pol. Adv.
Intensified programs of athletics,
music, drama, arts and crafts,
combined with comprehensive He-
brew and general studies programs
available in small classes were
C)edited by Dr. Irving Lehrman
for the increased enrollment.
Meyerson Gains
2 Endorsements
Murray Ml yer-on. candidate for
the state legislature. District 100.
has been en lorsed by two Dade
County organizations.
Mr. Meyerson received the en-
dorsements of both the Democrat!"
Club or Miami Beach and the Dade
County Better Government League.
Wnl!> GlUCk heads the Demo-
cratic Club of Miami Beach; Larry
Taylor is president of the Better
Government League,
Mr. Meyerson is a former college
instructor and was elected Dis-
trict Five constable in 1968.
Lubavitch Students
Push Torah Mission
Two young senior rabbinical stu-
dents Zushe Silberstein and
Pincus Baumgarten were in
Miami Beach last week as part of
the Lubavitcher summer "peace
corps" program.
Mr. Silberstein and Mr. Banm-
garten ate among 200 rabbinical
students who left New York sev-
j oral weeks ago on a Torah-
spreading mission to hundreds of
communities across the United
States, Canada, Mexico and Cen-
tral and South America.
Thus is the 24th consecutive
summer in which the program has
been conducted. Participants in 1
the project volunteer three or four I
weeks of their vacation time and '
travel to cities and towns, making
contact with masses of Jews, rab-
bis and communal leaders. They
meet thousands of Jews at home
and on the street, in shopping cen-
ters and at work, according to!
Rabbi Abraham Korf. the Luba-
vitcher Movement's regional direc-
tor for eight Southeastern states.
j who invited the young men to
I visit this area.
Rabbi Korf said he has done
the kind of work the two students
are doing, but for the past 10
I years has devoted his time to op-
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seeing youth activities and run-
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Friday; September 1, 1972
Parent Effectiveness
Training Course At 'Y'
A workshop course in Parent
Effectiveness Training (P.E.T.)
conducted by the Greater Miami
Young Men's and Young Women's
Hebrew Association (YM-YWHA)
begins next week at two separate
locations in Dade County.
The course, which attacks the
problem of parent discipline in
bringing up children-both direct-
ly and practically, consists of eight
3-hour workshop sessions. The in-
tent of P.E.T. is open communica-
tion between parents and children,
with fewer power struggles and
warmer feelings both ways.
Temple Beth Sholom. 4144 Chase
Ave., Miami Beach, is the setting
for the first course, which will be
held Tuesdays at 7:30 p.m. The
second class will meet Thursdays
from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. at the
Central "Y," 8500 SW 8th St.. be-
ginning Sept. 7. Mrs. Lucy Estrin
is the licensed instructor for both
groups; weekly sessions will con-
tinue through October.
P.E.T. was created in 1963 by
Dr. Thomas Gordon, a clinical psy-
chologist of national reputation.
Today, more than 1,000 instructors
have been trained by him to teach
the course in their own commu-
nities.
Miami Beach Chapter Of Hadassah
First Meeting Of The New Season
The Miami Beach Chapter of Monday Sept. 11. Membership wil!
Hadassah groups are holding the
first meetings of the new season
during the coming weeks.
Stephen S. Wise group will meet
at noon Tuesday in the Algiers Ho-
tel. Edith Jacobson will be guest
speaker; her subject will be "Sig-
nificance of the High Holy Days."
Results occur quickly during the | Entertainment by Aida Yaslow.
24 hours of instruction because of
two factors: parents participating
have already expressed a desire to
learn better methods and are,
therefore, more receptive, and
years of actual experience have
gone into refining the course it-
self.
The fee covers the entire eight
weeks. Interested persons should
contact Marvin Lieberman at the
YM-YWHA.
Wilkes-Barre Begins Task
Of Returning To Normal
Continued From Page 1-C
Israel and needy Jewish communi-
ties abroad, but also its own com-
munities when in distress.
Federations are rushing their
special contributions to the CJF-
WF, earmarked for Wilkes-Barre
Flood Assistance. Some take the
money from their endowments and
reseavea while others take it from
their 1973 campaigns.
No funds are being taken from
the 1972 campaign, the collections
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for other purposes. A CJFWF com-
mittee is guiding the expenditures
of the funds received.
The response of the Federations
comes at a time when the Jewish
communities throughout the
United States are preparing to
meet the Jewish New Year. The
disaster which befell the Jewish
community in Wilkes-Barre a
community which always distin-
guished itself by generous giving
for Jewish causes, and was never
in need of assistance will be
very much on the minds of the
I Jews in the United States during
1 their reciting the "Unsaneh Tokef"
; prayer from the Machzor this
year.
1
For the Jews in Wilkes-Barre
this highly emotional prayer will
remain a reminder of their pres-
ent tragedy for many years.
L'Shanah Tovah! .
concert pianist and program
chairman. Mrs. Gert Sosna will
preside.
Hannah Sene-tch group will meet
Thursday noon Sept. 7, at the Al-
giers Hotel. An entertainment pro-
gram is scheduled. Lil Baron will
preside.
Bay Harbor group will hold its
regular 11:30 a.m. luncheon meet-
ing Monday, Sept. 11, at the Bal-
moral Hotel. Mrs. Emanuel Mentz,
president of the Miami Beach
Chapter of Hadassah. will be the
guest speaker. Mrs. Joseph Scheon
will preside.
Forte Towers group will hold its
meeting at 1 p.m. Monday Sept. 11,
in the 1200 building auditorium. A
traditional candlelighting ceremony
will be conducted by Jennie Git-
tleman, with holiday music by
Sadye Padden and a premier show
ing of a new Israeli film. Pauline |
Lessem will preside.
Lincoln group will have a can-
dlelighting service at its meeting!
in the Club Room at 12:30 p.m.;
Spinoza Forum Meets
The Spinzoa Forum for Adult
Education founded in 1935 by Dr.
Abraham Wolfson meets every
Thursday from 13 a.m. to noon in j
the Washington Federal Auditor-,
ium, 1234 Washington Ave., MiamiJ
Beach to listen tc good music and!
hear prominent guest speakers oni
a variety of topics.
All are welcome. Admission is'
free, aecordiic to Thomas Davi-
loff and Raphael Burstein, chair-
men.
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Division presidents responsible for the plan-
ning oi National Council c( Jewish Women's
first gala event of the season included from
left to right (ssaod) Mrs. Maurice Green, Mrs.
Maurice Green, Mrs. Maurice Rich, Mrs.
Judy Gilbert and Mrs. Julien Friedman;
(standing) Mrs. Max Fuchs, Mrs. Phillip
Bioom, president of the Greater Miami Sec-
tion, NCJW, Mrs. Bernard Kessler. Mrs. Eve
Chan in Benowitz, Mrs. Edward Cowen and
Mrs. Siegfried Bergler.
Cast Your Vote For Council j Natalie Baskin
Theme Of Membership Meet lepS P
"Cast Your Vote fur Council" is
lh- thorn" of tho National Council
of Jewish Women's Greater Miami
Section membership meeting to'
be held "W.-dnesday, at 8:30 a.m.
in the fift floor auditorium of th"
Lebediker Branch Sponsors
Traditional Celebration
The traditional Now Year cele-
bration sponsored by the Ix-be-
diker Branch, Farband I.abor,
Zionist Order, will b<> helJ Thurs- '
day, S. pt. 7. at 8 p.m. in the Wash-1
inston Federal, 1234 Washington
Ave., Miami Beach.
The entertainment will feature
a revue, a poetic reading and the
exchange of New Year wishes.
Holiday goodies have been pre-
pared for this annual event. Mem-
bers and prospective members
with a member escort an- invited
to attend.
Greater Miami Federation Build-
ins. 4200 Biscayne Blvd.
The asenrta planned for the
mornint; will include presenta-
tions about Council's Community
Service and Public Affairs pro-
grams.
There will be a complimentary
luncheon at noon and an informa-
tion Bazaar through which one
can browse. After lunch there will
be an opportunity to meet the
candidates for Congress and ques-
tion them on the issues during an
open forum.
Evervone is invited to hop aboard
the Council bandwagon. For res-
ervations call the Council office.
Mrs. Natalie Baskin this week
intensified her campaign for Cir-
cuit Court. Group 8. in the Sept. 12
Dade County primary. She is a
member of. the National Associa-
tion of Women Lawyers and is
admitted to practice before the
U.S. Supreme Court.
Mrs. Baskin, a Miami resident
since 1948. is a graduate of the
University of Miami and its School
of Law. She is a member of the
Florida Criminal Defense Attor-
neys Association and the Appel-
late Rules Subcommittee of the
Florida Bar Association.
Married to Leonard D. Baskin,
also a Miami attorney, she is a
member of the Dade, Florida and
American Bar Associations. She is
engaged in general practice in
civil, criminal and ap|>ollate fields.
Mai Englander Calls For Tenants' Rights
Dougherty Only Attorney
In Circuit Court Clerk Race
W. Emory Daugherty noted this
week that he is the only attorney
runnine for Clerk of the Circuit
Court, a position to be voted on
in the Sept. 12 primary court ty-
wide.
Air. Daugheny, a graduate or
Harvard and the University of
Miami, is- a past chairman of the
international and comparative law
committee of the Horida Bar. He
pledges work for increased court
income through the use of modem
methods.
Former Miami Beach Vice Mayor
Malvin Knglander this week
Pledged to introduce new legisla-
tion in the Florida Senate pro-
tecting rights of both apartment
tenants and condominium owners.
Judge Knglander. seeking the
( Democratic nomination in District
I 3ti. said his opponent had voted to
reduce the tenants' security de-
posit interest law to impotency.
"There is no provision for en-
forcement, and none for punish-
ment. I propose to make it man-
datory to give bank rate interest
on security dei>osits. and have the
state attorney's office responsible
for enforcement," Judge England-
er said.
A past president of the Miami
Beach Zionist District, a former
justice of the peace and a long-
time Miami Beach City Council-
man, Judge Knglander has lived
in his district for more than 40
years.
Harry Hurst Requests
Extension Of Voting
Harry Hurst, candidate for the
State House of Representatives
District 101. this week urged the
Secretary of State to extend the
bat lot i ng period in the Sept. 12
primary at least until 10 p.m.
Mr. Hurst said a three-hour ex-
S.'toW'UJd al,OW P***
time to vote, especially workine
wJ? ^aUS0 f ,he excessive
length of the ballot.
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(he new Junior and senior high
school building neared completion
for its opening next we k.
Junior high classes and those ol
the Olga and Margaret Weishaui
High School for Girls will get un-
der "ay as workmen place the
last movable partitions in plact
at the corner of Pine Tree Drive
and 24th Terrace, Miami Beach.
A SI million drive for the build-
ing itself is being coupled with a
1200.000 effort to raise funds for
he furnishing and equipping of
tho new structure, according to
Mian'i Beach attorney Irvine; Fir-
tel. Academy president.
Louis Merwitzer, general chair-
man of the campaign, said some
$750,000 has been pledged and
approximately $500,000 of it paid
- for the building.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cipal, told a special board meeting
Sunday at the Miami Beach school :
lhat parents are seeking to raise.
$200,000 for equipment. Approxi- j
matcly 40 families already have i
subscribed a minimum of $1,000
each in the intensive drive.
At the preview session, board
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that the artnuaijpsteila.;. ,. I
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The function will l>e 1: iwn a<
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Art Exhibit, Seminar To
Precede Selichot Services
Mizraehi Women Plan Activities For New Season
The High Holy Day season is
1 nationally introduced through
midnight Selichot services.
Sari
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SHElliV BEM
Ipuring the last few years an edu-
cational program has preceded
hose inspiring services in a fel-
owshlp setting at Beth David
Congregation.
This year the Selichot services
;n Hie main sanctuary at midnight
Saturday will be chanted by Can-
Icu V." Iliam W. Lipson and the
B< th David choir.
The services will be preceded by
Judge Nachwalter Has
I Extensive Bench Service
Judge George M. Nachwalter.
running for the Circuit Court seat
being vacated by Judge Ralph O.
Cullen, has served-as municipal
(judge of both Medley and Hialeah
Gardens.
He also served a* a public de-
fender in a Municipal court, and
has l>een president ot. the Florida
Municipal Judges Assh. He has
been president of the South Miami
lar Association and is a member
j| ODK, national leadership soci-
ety. Judge Navhwalter is a grad-
[liate of the University of Miami
land its School of Law.
WALLOY'S QUALIFICATIONS
TERMED OUTSTANDING
The Campaign Headquarter! of
John Cyril Malfey who if in the
ResubKcon primary roee f*r tht
House Seat in District 113, an-
nounced today that Dr. William J.
Spark* of Coral Gable* serves as
Vice Chairman of the Committee to
elect Mallov.
Dr. Sparks it a distinguishel
Dr. Sparks is a distinguished
Scientist having served on various
commissions in Washington, D.C.
He is a past President of the Ameri-
can Chemical Society, composed of
over 200,000 Scientists. He was
formerly the Director of Research
of the Standard Oil of New Jersey.
Dr. Sparks in accepting said,
"MalSoy is an outstanding mature
man who will make a great legis-
lator. The Republican Party needs
men like him to run for public of-
fice if South Florida is to enjoy the
benefits of the two-party system in
Stote Government."
Motley, 42 i. a trained engineer
who was employed by Ford Motor
Company priur .0 service in the
U.S. Army. He is a graduate of
Northwestern University School ot
Law and has practiced in Dade
County since 1S9, following Gov-
ernment service during the Eisen-
hower administration as an at-
torney in the I'ar'aaon.
He is married and has three
children. He Is a member of the
Miami Rotary Club. He is known for
his civic and charitable work in
the community over the years.
Presently, he is the president of
the Federal Bar Association Chapter
in South Florila, a group of several
hundred lawyers in the Federal
service and who practice before the
Federal Courts.
Pd. Pol Adv.
an art exhibit prepared by graphic
artist Shelley Beer, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Beer. The
showing will launch the temple's
Fine Arts Gallery of Local Art-
ists, and will include etchings,
woodcuts, photographs, stationery
and note paper, pen and inks and
paintings.
Miss Beer, a graduate of the
University of Florida Department
of Art, is currently Studying at
the Bezalel Academy of Art and
Design in Jerusalem. It is her first
show, and the first of Beth Da-
vid's newly instituted fine Arts
shows, where works of art will be
presented monthly for viewing and
sale.
At 10 p.m., Rabbi Sol Landau
will conduct an informal seminar
in Spector Hall which will touch
upon the more meaningful aspects
of the High Holy Day liturgy. Cof-
fee, cake and conversation will fol-
low until midnight, when the con-
gregation will reassemble in the
mum sanctuary.
The Florida Council of Mizraehi
Women will nvet at headquarters
'420 Lincoln Fid., suite 402) Mon-,
day. Sept. 11. at 10 a.m. to usher;
in the new season and to finalize]
Dlans, Each president is invited to j
bring a key member of her chan-
ter, according to Mrs. Alfred Stone,
coordinator for the Council.
Mrs. Rachel Laufer Katz, presi-
dent of the Miami Beach chapter.
has schcdTil'd a meeting for Tues-'
day. Sept. 1? at 1 p.m. in the Was*i- ;
ington Federal Auditorium, 1234
Washington Ave.
Suspense-Drama Opening
An action suspense drama ca'led I
"Hot Summer Week" begins Fri- !
day at the Coral Way. 27th Ave- ,
nue, North Dade, North Andrews '
and Dav'e Blvd. Drive-ins; "Come
Back Charleston Blue" begins its
run at the Miami. Many other
films are being held over at Wo- ;
metco Theatres throughout Dade
County.
Mrs. Rose Ehronreich, a mem-
ber of the Shalom chapter presid-
ium, is now in the Holy Land, but
the other two club members are
calling a meeting for 1 p.m. Tues-
day. Sept. 12, in the clubroom of I
100 Lincoln Rd.
Temple Menorah Holding
Orientation Sessions
Teachers of Tenvde Menorah
Day School an1 Sunday School,
deuartmen's are holding week-long
orientation and ln-sorv!"e training
session* with Rabbi Mayer Ah-
arrtowitz, sntritual leader and
Ronald A, Heller, i lucational di-
rector conducting workshops In
the new teaching methods adopted
by the school.
The Hebrew and Sunday School
facultj includes Mrs Moncarz.
Mrs. N. Robinowitz, S. Bitensky
Mrs. M. Bonwitt, Mrs. S. Golub and,
P. Kesser.
Program chairman Mrs. SI
Breeh Of the Geula chapter
nounces an inter-holiiay meet!
with an appropriate program Tu
day. Sept. 12, at 8 p.m. in B<
Israel congregation 700 4"th
Mrs. Aa"on Katz i< president.
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AUSTIN HOFFMAN
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THE GRADUATE
Kibicoff Praises
Wolf son's Stand
On Middle East
State Rep. Louis Wolf son II
was commended lact week by Sen.
Abraham Ribicoff for his "forth-
right position on American poli-
cies in t'.ie Middle East."
A statement by Rep. Wolfson, a
candidate for the Democratic Con-
gressional nomination in the 13th
District, was read into the Con-
gressional Record by Sen. Ribicoff.
In the message, Rep. Wolfson
"perceptively analyzed the current
itnation there following the So-
viet pullout from Egypt, and point-
ed to the great dangers to Ameri-
can interests still remaining." Sen.
Ribicoff said.
The Connecticut legislator al-
so applauded Mr. Wolfson's "call-
ing attention to the vital role of
the Congress in initiating military
and economic assistance for
Israel."
HARKING ISRAELS 25th AMmVlkSAKY
Mrs. Dayan To Come Here
For Israel Tourism Sept. 6
Mrs. Ruth Dayan, former wife
of Israel Defense Minister Moshe
Dayan, will be the guest speaker
MBS. Rl'TH DAYAN
at the Sept. 6 Israel Tourist Day
celebration in the Fontainebleau
Hotel which will inaugurate
Greater Miami's celebration of the
State of Israel's 25Ui anniversary
of independence.
The reception is co-sponsored
by Histadrut Tours, the Israel
Government Tourist Office and
El Al Airlines. Announcement of
Mrs. Dayan's acceptance was
made by Jacob Goren of Atlanta,
Ga.. regional director of the Israel
Gowrnment Tourist Office.
He also announced that Mike
Burstein, one of Israel's foremost
motion picture and stage stars,
will appear with Mrs. Dayan al
the Sept. d meeting. Reservations
may be made at the South Florida
Histadrut office, 1 Lincoln Rd.
Bldg.
Mr. Burstein has just completed
an Israeli-German co-produced
film called "Death of a Stranger,"
in which he co-starred with Jason
Robards. He appears- on both radio
and television in Israel, where he
has lived and worked for the past
10 yean..
Mrs. Dayan. the president of
Maskit. a government-operated
arts and crafts company whrh
she founded in 1954. has played a
key ro'e in developing the arts and
crafts Industry in Israel, a signifi-
cant element in helping to reduce
the country's balance of payments
deficit.
A highlight of the program at
the Fontainebleau "ill he the pres-
entation of certificates specially
printed in Israel for the occasion.
They will honor a'l South Floridi-
ans who have visited the Jewish
state P'nee the Six-Day War of
June, 1*67.
Moe Levin, chaii-man of the
board, and Samuel Fein-tein. pres-
ident of the Israel Histadrut Coun-
cil of South Florida noted that only
those persons who register in ad-
vance at the Histadrut offices can
be presented the government cer-
tificates.
Elhanan Segal, regional man-
ager for El A!, with headquarters
in Miami Beach, said details of a
new 'Florida Salutes Israel" pro-
gram also will be announced at
the event. Eastern Airlines is a
co-sponsor.
Dr. I-eon Kronish. national hoard
chairman ol the Israel H'sta.lrtit
Foundation, said all other orga-
nizations are invited to join in the
opening of the year-long celebra-
tion of Israel's first 25 years.
Additional infoniisitioii and res-
ervations may be secured in
trleph'Mlli'e the offices of the
I'Tiiel Histadrut Council and His-
ta-lriit Tours at 5S1-87 office is open dally from a.m.
to 5 p.m. In Suite SM f the I
I.eic.In IU. Bldx-
M1JIK BIRSTEIX

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HOME SWEET HOME: r ex-
> ;; M-rmi Geldea,
waa the week spent
Eli r
HWIIM. HAPPINESS TO: Or. Mil--, u : -immi- Kutlr on the
- Matbew, h ho is
HflBe at ~-'i Bckreiber I lit
' I>~.lw- Paul. n'
(B-tt\ and Jj<<)n-, : >rr..n2 weekend to
Stepix-n Mv QOfne lOWB,
KK*T WISHES: to Ootti*- BJld Murray Gottlieb. whose son. Ar-
thur. '... marrj ArU-n- Kaplan, da'jghter of Mr. and Mr Herb Kap-
lan. "
P4T PARTV: Although B#-tty Freidan was turned away, cool and
chic Patty Oro+% had no problem gaining entrance to the Fontainebleau
Hotel, where riots, >i< monstrat:ons and hundre vailed ias' week during the Republican National Convention. Patty
WU "- !>y former United States Postmaster General Wynton
fftedi Blount, to attend the ladies' brunch honoring .Mrs. Pat Nivon
and her daughters. Pat 'Gross, that isi. found the experience most ex-
hilarating, as she chatted ami mingled w.th exciting and prominent
personalities such as Sammy la\is, Jr. and his wife (who, by the way,
is still voting Demo), Virginia Knaucr (President N'ivon'i adviser on
Comtimer Affairs i, the perfectly charming Anna < hennault and Tricia,
whose flawless skin ami pearly white teeth are dazzling. The impres-
sive engraved invitation has already been framed as a lasting memento
Of the historic morning.
HAZEL TOV TO: f arol Searns. who was married to Dr. Frederick
Rergman recently. A reception for the wedding party was held at the
Maison Grande; the newiyweds honeymooned in Nassau. Prior to the
wedding a bridal shower was given for her by her mother's friends at
the Crystal House The new Mr. and Mm. Daniel Todes Danny
pledging his troth and love for Debbie and she in turn for him the
marriage vows taken by these two beautiful young people was indeed
a moment to remember! Stanley and Sonla Cohen the second
marriage of their children within two months took place when their
son. Muttu-w, married Janice in June. Stan says their family is "adding
and multiplying.'' A truly festive wedding celebration was held at the
Aventura Country Club. Danny's grandparents, aunts and uncles and
his parents, the Konald Todes, and younger brother and sister all were
there; their home is Baltimore, Md. Another young couple who
exchanged vows this paat weekend, June Adler and Alan Beyda (Ray-
mond and Sally) will be living in Miami.
HERE AND THESE: Tina and Larry Kamnun with their son,
Bruce, home after an extended car trip through the southern states to
California and back again via the northern route, taking in all the
wonders of our country Debbie Golden and her pal, Debbie Wald-
man, ready to start school and work after a summer at play- sightsee-
ing all through Europe the Manny Bergman* and the Doug Sor-
row* planning a fun-filled I.abor Day weekend at the Diplomat Hotel
(they have six boys between them, does Irv Cowan know this?)
ON THK CAMPUS! Ricky Golden and Andrea Levin planning to
attend George Washington University (look up Mike Friedman) .
Debbie Qet> will be living in the dorm at the University of Miami .
Jill Kaufman's going to the University of Florida at Gainesville; the
same for F.llen Breeder (having switched from the University of South
Florida),
< O.MINGS AND GOINGS: Loretta and Larry Brady and their
three children enjoyed their "See America First" journey through New
England this summer Gerry and (.'hrl* Dundee (of fisticuff fame)
relaxed and enjoyed the sights in Tel Aviv and Athens after attending
the recent Mohammed All bout in Dublin. Ireland Diane and Dr.
Hugh l.'ngar and Linda and her Dr. BUI Greenfie.ld. "home sweet home"
after Switzerland and London Lisa and Meredith Diamond, 8 and
10-year-old daughters of Lais and Bill, will get the thrill of their lives
when they ride the Autotrain from Sanford, Fla.. to Washington DC
with family friends Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Garfleld (president of the
company) who have their own private car, complete with three bed-
rooms, bath, living and dining room. The girls will return in the same
fashion on Friday; their parents will meet the train and bring them
to Miami. I/>is, who is president of the Highland Oaks PTA this vear
Is busily preparing for the school's annual art show and auction Oct 1
Because there happens to be a televised Dolphin football game that
afternoon, color television sets and refreshments are being provided for
the participating papas,
INTRODUCTION: Shirley and Marry MaadeTS son, David, was
married up north, so when he and his new wife, Bea. came down for a
visit, the Mandela hosted a reception to introduce their new daughter.
bylaw to all theii family and friends, and served cocktails and dinner
at Pools.de. The younger Mandela are living in Connecticut, where
David is studying for his Master's degree in Psychology
I!ene Audrey, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Alexander N. Sperling
of Corai Gabies, and M.chael Ne-
- >a of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack F. Primack of Denver. Colo.
exchanged as during a 6:30 p.m.
the Dean*
viile I Aug 27, with
. Norrna -iciat-
Napoleon
of the hote; ft i-wed.

: a car.
bridal v.tin gown 1
iish net it ol
crystal ar. com-
ntin? the Duchess neckiine
angi. -. aa with re-em-
lexed Akmcon lace -n the em-
pire bodice. Her head-
with the lery of
crystal and pearls held a candle-
light chapel-ler.gth veil. The bride
led an Edward .an arrange-
of minuet roses and I
breath.
Gowned in flowing pink voile
with white embroidered flowers.
the attendants included Susan
Sperling maid of honor, and Ann-
Lynn Denker. Patti Fisher, Teiesa
Christie Presses
Judicial Quest
Former City of. Miami Vice
Mayor Irwin Christie is campaign-
ing throughout Dade County in
his bid for Circuit Court Group
33. The veteran Miami commis-
sioner and attorney is a member
of the board of directors of the
Greater Miami Hebrew Academy.
Mr. Christie's supporters point-'
' ed to his outstanding record of
community service, his leadership
in the religious community and his
achievements in municipal legis-'
la t ion. i
Balloting for the post will be
countywide. with Democrats, Re-'
publicans and independents able to
, vote for Mr. Christie. The Group
' 33 seat was created by the eleva-
' tion of the county court judge-,
ships to circuit court level, effec-
, tive in January, 1973.
Retiree Contributes
To Steinberg Fund
When Paul Steinberg selected;
I his campaign slogan "he cares
' about people," apparently he meant
it. When he announced he was run- j
; ning for the state Legislature, Dis- i
j trict 101, a friend of the family j
i appeared at campaign headquar-j
j ters to make a contribution.
, Knowing that the friend, Irving
\ Levine, was a retired senior citi-
; zen living on a set pension, Mr.
Steinberg refused to take the con-
tribution, but Mr. Levine insisted
and made a $10 contribution. Mr.
Steinberg sent the check to Va-
riety Children's Hospital.
Rotger. Marleen Sperling, and Jo-
Ann Walters bridesmaids. The
bridegroom's best man was James
Primack and the ushers were Alan
Fisher. Jordan Primack. P.ichard
Siegel. Jerry Sperling and Steven
Sperling.
Tr.e former Miss Sperling, a
graduate of Coral Gables High
School, is now attending the Uni-
versu la She is present-
Honors si-' the ad*
rtment of the Col-
;-ze of Journalism and Communi-
: is a member of Delta
n Sorority and Theta
Si ma Phi professional women's
aiism society.
Primack gradjated from
Coral Pa:k High School and is
now attending the University of
a College of Pharmacy. He
ia a member of the pharmaceuti-
cal fraternity, Pi Lambda Phi
fraternity.
On their return fn>m a honey-
moon in Montego Bay and Ocho
P.ios. Jamaica, the nevvlyweds will
reside in Gainesville.
Martha Kaplan
Becomes Bride Of
Michael I. Backer
Martha Kaplan, the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kaplan.
83S5 SW 91st St., became the
bride of Michael I. Backer Satur-
1ay, Aug. 26, at Kings Bay Yacht
and Country Club. Rabbi Herbert
M. Baumgard conducted the 7 p.m.
ceremony, which was followed by
a reception.
The bride, a graduate of Miami
Kill.an High School and the Uni-
versity of South Florida, where
she was president of Alpha Epsi-
lon Phi. was attended by Joyce
Kaplan, maid of honor; Paula
Ross, matron of honor; brides-
maids Mrs. Eileen G. Micklin. Fer-
ris Gelb, Carol Haber. Marcia
Bernheimer and Helen Weiner.
and junior bridesmaids Audrey
Kaplan and Elyse Backer.
The bridegroom, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney Backer of Jackson-
ville, graduated from Terry Park-
er Senior High School there and
majored in Geology at the Univer-
sity of South Florida. He was
served by Marc Backer, best man,
and ushers Harvey Hodz. Jack
Zaret, Jay Toblin, Steve Chait;
and Steve Kaplan.
The couple plans to make their
home in Jacksonville.
K-*^^ ^
*!IS. miCHAU H. PeiMACK
MIS. MKHAEL I. BACKER
Justice Ruth Sutton
Bids For County Court
Mrs. Ruth Sutton, a vet ran ol'
two decades service as justice of j
the peace in Dade County, seeks!
election to the Dade County Court
judgeship, Group 8, created by th?
elimination of justice of the peace
courts.
Under the court reform adopt*!
recently by Florida voters, small
claims court* also were abolished
and Metro courts will be phased
out to be absorbed by the county
court system Voting is county-
wide and non-partisan.
pMfm
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You ore cordially invited
to view the exhibit
MEMBtRS Of THE
"CHOW STUDIO"
September 5-22, 1972
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BACARDI ART GALLERY
r,0 Bitcynt Blvd.. Muml. Flond..
Congress Of Seniors
Backs Norman Miller
Norman Miller, candidate for the
, Democratic nomination for House
I of Representatives, Group 111. this
week received the endorser--nt of
i the Coi ! "iis campaign headquarters report-
ed.
M-. Miller criticized th*> rc"it
; legislative pav raise, and said the
! enactment of that measure has
1 cost the people of Florida millions
of dollars.
David E. Stone Favors
Tougher Crime Laws
n"H R. store, a former
Florida assistant attorney -oncrat
i< a candidate for e H use of
FfcMiresentat'ws, DistrM 101. Ho
calla for touzh legislati in a
""im" !"'i criminals, and for safe
streets.
Mr. Stone also advocates legis-
lation to protect condominium
purchasers from unreasonable
management demands, a reduced
sales tax program for senior citi-
zens and legislation to equalize
tenant-lanlord relationships.
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Pioneer Women's Clubs Meeting
Hi-Rise Tikvah Chapter of Pio-
neer Women will hold its regular
meeting Tuesday a' 12:30 p.m. in
the oardrootn at 1200 West Ave.
Dr. Samuel Rroily, guest speaker,
'.ill d'scim M st>= Ma;monid"s
Ram Bam. Sally Gersten will pre-
side.
Klnneret Chapter of Pioneer
Women will hold a luncheon
Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. at the
Washington Fed-ral Bank. 1133
\"o-man1y Dr. Rabbi GohJberger,
Ti.^t s-^'aker. will discuss the
High Holidays.
Hoba Id^'son Chanter of Pio-
r.0or Women will hold Its regular
meeting on Wednesday, Srpt. 13
it Noun in the Washington Fed-
-:] Ra^k. 1133 N'ormardv Dr. In
the absence of Fannie Gibsol
president, Miriam Gingold, vi
president, will onduct the mee
ing.
YOUNG
LADY 32,
PRACTICING M.D.,
cultured, excellent anotirancr>j
sneaking German, Hungarian and
English, wishes to meet serioul
gentleman under 42, same protest
sion, object matrimony. Write Alex
Gottdiener, P.O. Box 763S, Mexico]
1, D.F. who will forward her mail.
Pictured at the convention in Denver, Colo.,
after just receiving the coveted Fannie E.
Lorber Awards for highest purse attainments
from Arthur B. Lorber, president and son of
CARIH founder; are presidents of chapters
in the four divisions (from left to right) Mrs.
Howard Nathans, John F. Kennedy Chap-
ter in Southern California; Mrs. Sam Green-
feder, Lorber Chapter, Miami; Mrs. Harvey
Shenberg. Gift of Life Chapter, Miami, and
Mrs. Nathan Ostrofsky, Breath cf Life Chap-
ter, Miami.
Greater Miami Chapter 'Stele The
Show9 At Denver Conclave
DENVER, Colo. Three Great-
er Miami area auxiliaries "stole
the show" at the recent 65th an-
nual National Auxiliaries Con-
vention of CARIH the Child-
ren's A=thma Research Institute
and Hospitalhere.
The three chapters Lorber,
Breath of Life and Gift of Life
won the coveted Fannie E. Lorber
Award, symbolic of having achiev-
ed the highest fund raising in-
comes in four chapter age cate-
gories for the 1971-72 fiscal year.
The award, which was instituted
in 1967, is named for CARIH's
founder, the mother of president
Arthur B. Lorber.
Lorber Chapter won in Division
A (chapters in existence 21 years
or more) for the second time in
three years by raising more than
S43.COO. the highest purse present-
ed. Accepting was President Mrs.
Sam Greenfeder, of 13220 SW 71st
St.
Breath of Life was the winner
for the third straight year in Di-
vision B (chapters in operation 10
to 20 years) with a purse of more
than S35.0C0. Accepting the bronze
statuette was Mrs. Nathan Ostrof-
sky. president of 5821 SW 95th Ct.
Gift of Life won in Division D
(chapters in existence one to four
years) with a purse of more than
517.COO. The award was accepted
by its president, Mrs. Harvey
Shenberg, of 8715 SW 81 St. The
chapter was formed three years
abo by the daughters and daught-
ers-in-law of Breath of Life Chapt-
er members.
Lorber Chapter also won awards
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honor for the largest chapter in
Division D. Both chapters also
received purse increase commenda-
tions.
South Florida Council, the mast-'
er coordinating body for the Miami
area's seven chapters and 1.000
members, was honored for having
produced the best Council journal
based on net income. Accepting
the award was Mrs. Paul NeeDel-
man, president.
Another highlight of the con-
vention was South Florida Coun-
cil's presentation of entertainment
following the Sunday activities -
a musical production entitled
"Tribal Tribute." written an1 di-
rected by Mrs. Greenfeder. Piano
accompanist was Mrs. Marvin
Sokolow of Breath of Life Chapter.
The cast included Mrs. Irving
*UW National Auxiliary Board
Member of Breath of Life Chapt-
er; Mrs. Paul NeeDelman, Council
president; Mrs. Robert Pepper, j
president and Mrs. Herb Aronson
of North Dnde-Broward Chapter;
Mrs. Milton Simon, Lorber Chapt-
er; Mrs. Al Adler, Mrs. E. Rimland j
and Mrs. Harvey Shenberg. all of
Gift of Ufe Chapter, and Mrs. |
Rose Fisher of Breath of Life]
Chapter.
Other delegates and guests at
the convention from the Miami I
area included Mr. and Mrs. Al
Hollander and Mrs. Sid Lebowitz,
of Breath of Life Chapter; Mrs. i
Sam Baumel, Paul NeeDelman and
Robert Penper, of North Dade-1
Broward Chapter; Mrs. R. Herbert,
Peshkin Chapter; Mrs. Jack Weis- j
man, president, and Mrs. Joseph
Shindelman, Point East Chapter;
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pritt of Miami
'^n"t"i'; Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Zagoria and Sam Greenfeder of
Lorber Chapter; and Mrs. Richard
Beiley of Gift of Life Chapter.
More than 450 delegates and
guests attended the convention. The I
delegates represented the more!
than 25,000 CARIH volunteers, [
located in every major city in the
(Jolted States and in Canada, who |
labor, year-round, to raise two- I
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CONVENTIONEERS: The Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish War
Veteran of the L'.S.A. helii it.< 45th annual national convention in
H iuston. Tex., last week, aii't among the South Flnridians who attend-
were Department of Florida president Mr*. iJiiian s rhlll; Beams Lefkewlts, president. Belie Swarta and CWn <;reen-
w.ild of Post 174; Kvehn Ferdte, Post 24 Baaate (iililier. president.
* illy Levy and lions Maaehert, I BveJya siivemian. Post 681:
Bella Horowitz, president, Alice Bnroer and Elaine I'hr. Post 682:
A iOli-t Jacolison, Lillian Ke\oe. and Ml*. Henry Harrison, Post 723;
Baaa flODUMUl and Until .Nailer. I'ost 716. and Rose llr< ht, president of
I .st '.I.;. Hollywood, Mrs. Schoen, m I on the P.itual Change.
j eaident'i Banquet and Awards Committees, honon-d the outgoing
i llonal president, Mrs. BHUe Kern of Miami Beach, with a gift from
i e Department i Aid t'i Israel. Daiaee Haberman was named chairman ol the Woman
tin- Year Committee, and the Department ol Florida received a num-
. '.I trophies, including Public Relations, EateUe stein, chairman;
: canism, Belle Swarta, chairman; Community Relations. Lillian
Si-been, i and P ogramming, Lenore Wander, chairman, Na-
i mai citations were also presented to Sophia Lee, chairman of Aid to
and Lee llaaael, V.A.V.S, chairman.
FAMILY BEI'.VIO.V: The Safer*, an old Florida family, will hold
1 i reunion this weekend at the Americana Hotel, Bal Har-
;i About 20 famil) members attended the previous reunion in Jack-
.- nville; i lans are being projected to mcei biennially in different cities
' Florida. When the Safer family settled in Jacksonville, Fla in 1903,
e oi the five brothers, Babbl Benjamin safer, began ministering not
,ly to the local Jewish community, but also to South Georgia and
Mli Central Florida Jewry. The family included two sisters, whose
I irried names were Falls and Witten. The families of Ben Zion, Ben- '
i mill. Jacob, Harry and Max Safer, and the Max Witten and Morris
I ilK families now include 330 living relatives 225 of them residing In !
ate of Florida. A "family tree" of six generations dating back to
and the family cresl will be displayed at the reunion. Members
t .m 18 months to 80 years of age attending, and all branches of the
- mily will lie represented. Chairmen for the banquet are Mr. and Mrs.
> ..ion Falls and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Safer; the main speaker will be
Dr. Sam Witten.
BACK: Ron and fieri Levitt and Alan and Sue Kurzweil of South
> Mle are back in town after thci,- annual Kuropean jaunt. This time
1 e two couples shortened their Slav to 17 days; they hit London Co-
nhagen, Stockholm and Oslo. While the girls shopped. Ron and Alan
I ok In the Danish baths, climbed the big ski jumps in Norway and
ide a trip to the islands off Stockholm
SEVENTH CHILD: Babbl and Mrs. Abraham Korf announce the
rth Ol their seventh child, a son. on Sunday. Aug. 13. Mordeehai Fe-
ll ula Lelb, the newborn, Joins his brothers and sisters at 1257 Alton
i. I.. Miami IJeach. Rabbi Korf is regional director of the Merkos L'ln-
nei ( Mnuch. educational arm of the Lubavitcher Movement. Attend-
ing the in s, which was held the following Sunday at the Crown Hotel
V 1 ,,1'n ,,a.1,on,S1.,K,i,',,,,i i,n,, *>" "of of Brooklyn!
N.Y. Serving as Sund.k" was Rahhl Stanley B. Wel*. principal of
sh.va Day School; the baby's godparents were Mr. and Mr*. Menaane
' I\t .' "a1r'":'"",,ni: in.,h" ceremonies were Dr. Irwia Makovsky,
Rabbi Mor leeai Schimlro. spiritual leader of Beth Israel Congregation
tended the bus were many rabbis, local dignitaries and community
MOVED: Mania and Milton Balsam, who recently sold their hnm
SSSbLTA '"" n""' ,Mn* in a conlmmruml
^T^asszzr*and J ss tea
Judge Segall
Seeks Seat
Judge Sidney L. Segall, senior
judge of the Small Claims Court
ol Dade County, is seeking elec-
tion as County Court Judge, Group
1, in the Sept. 12 non-partisan pri-
mary.
Having handled approximately
90.000 ca*"s, Judge Segall notes
that only nine of his decisions have
been reversed by a higher court.
Appointed to the bench by Gov.
LeRoy Collins in 1955, he has been
elected to four successive four-
year terms.
Judge Segall. a former assistant
attorney general of Florida, served
in the L'.S. Department of Justice
by wartime appointment of the
US. Attorney General.
Born in Tampa. Judge Segall has
lived in Dade County since 1910.
He graduated from the University
of Illinois and Northwestern L'ni- I
versify Law School and has also :
Studied at the University of Flor-
ida, Cornell University, the Uni-
versity of Michigan and Ohio State
University.
Among the leaders of the Hebrew Academy Women who
attended a Todah Raba luncheon at the home of Mrs
Leonard Adler, president, were (from left to right) Mrs
Joseph Shapiro, honorary president: Mrs. Gabriel Deutsch
ccchairman of the journal committee; Mrs. Alexander S
Gross; and Mrs. Irving Firtel, honorary president. Rabbi
Gross was guest speaker ct the event.
' Labor Endorses
Frank For Judge
Public Defender Bernard Frank*!
this week picked up numerous en-
dorsements in his bid for County
Court Judge, Group the nod of the Dade County Fed-
eration of Labor, AFL-CIO. Four
other unions individually endorsed
Judge Frank, a veteran of three
> -' se-vieo as Miami Beach Mu-
nicipal Judge,
A former vice major and city
councilman of Miami Beach, Judge
Frank also was endorsed by the
Miami Beach Bar Association, the i
Congress of Senior Citizens, Vo-
ters, Inc., the American Federa-
tion of Senior Citizens' local
chapter.
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Former Miami Beach Municipal
Judge Milton Felier has been rated
<. lahfied by the Dade Countv law-
yem' poll and has been endorsed
Voted qualified by the Dade
County lawyers' poll. Judge Frank
is a graduate of the University of
Miami School of Law and a na-
tive of Miami. He has received the
Jaycee Good Government Award
and the Greater Miami Hebrew
Academy Distinguished Service
Award.
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' JU Ige Keller seeks the *"* ^'"^ rX,Cnsivp '*! <'M*ri-
( -unity Court seat. Group 5, in the
county-wide, non-partisan primary
- pt, 12.
Another endorsement for Judge
> eller came from the American
r deration of Senior Citizens' lo-
l chapter. A past exalted ruler
the Elks, Ju * er president of the Miami Beach
ii" Association
A graduate or the University of
lianH School of Uw, Judge Feller
a director of Temple Kmanu-F.l.
on the legal committee or the Is-
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Mallov Qualifies
For (;<)P Primary
John Cyril Malloy is a Reoubli-
< n candidate for the Florida
House of Representatives, Dis-
t ;ct 113. He favors good schools
In all neighborhoods and the use
oi tax dollars allocated for educa-
tion directly for education, instead
< for busing.
Mr. Malloy, who nerved as legal I
assistant to the United States Al-
t' rney for the District of Columbia
d inng the Eisenhower Adminis-
1 ation, was a civilian attorney on
ti 8 U.S. Army lega] staff.
Mr. Malloy, president-elect ,,|
t: e Florida Bar Association chan- '
1-r in South Florida, has practiced
' w in Dade County .since 1959. I
ence in military courts.
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Agudas Horabonim, R abbi M.ishe FeLnstein, and leadir.
Rabbis and Roshei Yeshiva in Israel;
We. the Orthodox Rabbinical Council of Creator Miami
call upon every Rabbi and lay leader to join in proclaiming
a day of fasting (Ta.nis Tsibur) on Sun. Sept. 3rd. the
fteit day of Slichos. to be accompanied with all the law-
customs. and prayers caUed for by such a solemn
occasion.
May the Almighty accept our prayers and rescue us from .01 the
decrees that threaten our peopie. E.paciaUy, that the Law of
Return be amended specifying that conversion
can be accepted only if it is done according to Torah La. .
With best wishes for a Kesivo Vchasimo Tova..
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Friday, September 1, 1972
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Kishik Proposes
More Insuraiiee
Chi ;<>- -inriii I candidate Jay Kl*-
lak Hi!s week proposed a national
heolth insurance program thai
would guarantee adequate m til '
and dental care For low and mid-
dle income Americana with pro* .>-
Ions tor care of senior citizens.
"An ovorwneiming majority of
Americans can'l afford serious ill-;
ne> becausp thev'd face financial
disaster." Mr. Kislak said, noting
that liills for serious illness ran
run as high as $1.1,000.
"I'm opposed to socialized med-
icine, Inii a national health Insur-
l ance plan is a viable alternative,"
TEMPLE BETH MOSHE
2225 N.E. 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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HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES
(Conducted by Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel)
at Balmoral Hotel 9801 Collins Ave.
SCHOOL OPEN HOUSE
Sun. Aug. 27, 10 A.M. to 1 P.M.
ll all "added up" when accountant Alan Ross (left) and his
favorite number, Mrs. Rcss, talked about the successful
party for members of The Enterprise Club held at the home
cf Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Adelberg. The other couple enjoying
the fun is Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Glacer. The Enterprise Club,
which is composed of business men and women, meets ev-
eiy Tuesday morning at Sambo's Restaurant, 3595 Bis-
cayne Blvd., to talk about business while having breakfast.
'Kosher Magic' Take Out Food Service
Offers Variety of Traditional Dishes
As the holiday season approach-
families an.I friends arc busy
making plans for the festive meals!
| they will share.
And at K->sher Magic, a take out
I food service at 1839 Miami Gar-
j dens Dr.. in the Sky Lake Shop-
ping Center, the chef. Sol Weiss,
and his two sons-in-law, Jerry and
I Eddie, arc Misy taking oitters and
preparing the large variety of tra-
diiional holiday food the establish-
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Kosher Magic customers may
choose from an extensive array of
foods, including gefilte fish, soups,,
I stuffed veal, brisket and just about
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To celebrate the ojx'ning of
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Ftidcy. September 1, 197j
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David ttfmatr Kobtrt Novak Btnnett Grttiibtrg Vicitr Maya
DA\II> ETTINtiER
graduated from Hebrew School
David, the son of Mr. and Mrs., with honors.
Maith<-w Ettinger, will become a
Bar Mitzvah at Beth Torah Con-
gregation, Saturday. Sept. 2.
Mr. and Mrs. Moses will host
the Oneg Shabbat Friday evening,
the Kiddush following the services
David is a student at the H--j Saturday and a reception Saturday
brew Academy of Greater Miami evening at the Crooked Creek
In Davids hon->r. his parents -w-ill Country Club, Kendall, in honor of
spon-or the Kid lush following the the occasion.
services. Guests will inrlude his
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Adolph
Among the honored guests at-
tending the celebration will be
Lepzeltcr of Miami Beach and, Mr. and Mrs. Ri:hard Pierce. To-
Mr. and Mrs. Harry' Lieberman of
North Miami Beach.
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BENNETT GREENBERO
Bennett Saul, the son of Jack
and Sylvia Greenberg. will become
Bar Mitzvah Saturdav. Sept. 2, at
the "shul" of his school, the He-
brew Academy, where he is an
eighth grade student. He will read
the Turah portion, chant the Haf-
torah, and conduct the Musaf serv-
ice.
ronto, Canada; Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Kleiman. Keedysville. Md.; Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Philip of New
York City, and Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
uel Parker and Mr. and M-s. Sam-
uel Moses of Brooklyn. N.Y.
ft ft ft
HOWARD FtDBOELL
Howard Brett, fie son of Saul
and Marcial Purcell, will becom"
Bar Mitzvah at Temple Emanu-El
Saturday, Sept. 2.
Howard attends Temple Emanu-
Sixty relatives from out of town, j j-j Religious School, and is an
including his grandmothers, aunts,
inclos, and cousins will spend the
weekend at the Marseilles Hotel,
celebrating this great "simcha."
Bennett's parents will host a
luncheon in his honor, after serv-
ices. A reeention and dinner-dance
will be heM at Beth David Con-
gregation. Sunday evening.
A- VICTOR MAYA
Victor, the son of Mr. and Mrs
David Maya, will become a Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Menorah. Sat-
urday morning. Sent. 2.
Victor, an eighth grade student
at Nauti'uo Junior High School, is
on the All-Star baseball team.
A Kidd' sh will he held at Tem-
ple Menorah Social Hall following
services, and Satu-day evening
there will b a re"eption and din-
ner at the Fontaincbleau Hotel in
Victor's honor.
ft 4r ft
MARK BOCIINER
Mark Jeff, the son nf Marvin and
Sonia Boehner. 13741 SW 72nd
Ave.. will tw called to the Torah
as a Bar Mitzvah Saturday. Sept.
2, at Beth David Congregation.
The ce'.ebrnnt is a seventh g--ad"
student at Palmetto Junior Hi-h
School and has attended Beth. _
David Religious School four years, j Thurs He is a memo-r of the Palmetto- can Legion Hall. 1828 Alton Rd.,
Howard baseball t-am and plays Miami Beach. Plans for the Sent
In the ICAC Football League. 21 card an gamcs )arty wj]| ^
Mark will be hono-ed at a re- discussed
h sted by his parents a
Kings Bay Yacht and Country-
eighth grade student at Ida Fisher
Junior Hieh School, where he plays
drums in the school band. He was
a recinient of the 1972 Presidential
Physical Fitness Award.
The celebrant will be honored
with a reception at home. His
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Edeknan and Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Puchalsky, will be among the
guests.
f-r *, St
STEVEN ZANE
Saturday morning, Sept. 2, in
the main sanctuary of Temple Ner
Tamid, Steven Alan, the son of
Dr. and Mrs. Sheldon Zane, will
bo Bar Mitzvah.
Steven is a student at Nautilus
Junior High School and attends
Ner Tamid Religious School.
A Kiddush will follow the ser-
vices, and a reception in Steven's
honor will be held at the cele-
brant's home Saturday.
, Phyllis Miller
j Seeks Full Term
On School Board
Mrs. Phyllis Miller, who was an-
; pointed by Gov. Reubin Askew last
j December to fill the vacancy on
rthe-Dade- County -Sthooi Board
left by the resignation of Mrs.
Anna Brenner Meyers, seeks a i
full term on the School Board.
District 5.
Mrs. Miller, a resident of Miami
Beach, was recently named as
the School Board's representative
on the federally-funded TREND
(Targeting Resources on the Ed-
ucational Ne<>ds of the Disadvan-
taged) project.
Mrs. Miller personally spear-
headed activities to set up the In-
ternational School Exchange Pro-
gram, under which Dade County
students of exceptional ability
study abroad on a student ex-1
change basis. She made a presen- :
tation before the state legislature
during the last session in an effort :
to obtain additional state money
for Dade County schools under the
Florida Cost Differential Bill.
"It is my personal belief that
I additional state monies should be
ieturned to the urban area where
! costs of education are higher," ;
| Mrs. Miller said. "If we are to
have quality education, our big-
gest need is to provide the proper
buildings, books, and teachers' sal- i
ariesand our legislative leaders
ITUMt recognize the fact that these
items cost more in a large urban
area."
Braverman A Candidate
Nat Braverman, a businessman :
and civic leader, is a candidate for
the Metro Commission, District 7.
He pledges to save Dade voters
money and protect their interests.

wlonlessori Children 5 J4ou5e
of North Miami Beach
19090 West Dixie Highway
North Miami Beach, Florida
will be opening in
SEPTEMBER 1972
REGISTRATIONS NOW
BEING ACCEPTED
For more Information ccMoct
Teresa M. Lee
DIRECTRESS
949-0431
757-5490
Pearl Herman To Preside
In the absence of Bessie Gibber,
president, senior vice president
Pearl Herman will preside at the
regular business meeting of Auxil-
iary No. 330, JWV, at 8:30 p.m.
THE SCHOOL READINESS CENTER
OF WESKHESTER
Will Your 4-7 Year Old
Succeed in School Work?
TRAINED PERSONNEL WILL EVAULATE YOUR CHILD'S
READINESS FOR FORMAL SCHOOL LEARNING.
UNIQUE ELECTRONIC METHODS INSURE CORRECTION
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PHONE 221-717)
YOU CAN DO SOMETHING CONSTRUCTIVE
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WH ft MEANINGFUL
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Club. Among the h-norrd
will be his grandmothers, M -
Pauline Cjplin and Mrs. H len
Bochner.

ROBERT NOVAK
Robe-1 David the son of M-. and
Mrs Marvin \" aM will bc*om
Bar Mit'vah S >' irday, Sept. 2, al
Temple Emanu-El,
Rob i -'! innt at Nautilus
Junior Hi--'i School and pt*end
the Ten !e Emanu-El Religiou
School.
he honored
with a re*ention and luncheon al
Temp!" Emanu El His grarw'nar-
ents, Dr. and Mrs. Henry :
ami his great-grandmother M"-
Clara Van Ness, will attend xh'
event.
ft ft ft
BRETT MOSES
Brett Allen the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jerome Moses, 1945 SW 85th
Ct.. will he called to the Torah a*
a Bar Mitzvah Saturday, Sept. 2.
at Temple Beth Tov.
Brett, an eighth grade student
at West Miami Junior High School,
TEMPLE MENORAH
Dickens Avenue at 75th Street
announces
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Kindergarten thru Third Grade
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idcry. September 1. 1372
*kwis* Fk>rkJlarj
Page 1C
^odge Presents
Musical Review
Herzl Lodge, B'nai B'rith. pre-
cnted the "Songs of Broadway,"
musical revue featuring the
rngs of Lerner and Loewe, this
teek in the Tobin Auditorium of
Lmple Beth El. 1351 S. 14th
Ive.; Hollywood.
The profits of the event are
armarked for the programs q&,
-harities of B'nai B'rith. including
fhe Anti-Defamation League, Hil-
Tel. Israel and Veterans and Com-
nunity Services.
The committee includes Lou
buttiwr, chairman. Max Toplitz,
Stephen Marlowe, Saul Steinweiss,
Vrthur Lezar. Abe Bader, Al Dia-
nond, and Bob Hoffman, Lodge
president.
Herzl Lodge, the largest B'nai
B'rith Lodge in Broward County,
insists mainly of men residing in
kht> high rises of Hollywood, Hal-
jandale and North Dade County.
The Famous
10OZ Q1EACHNT0R
LEIB RASKIN
Formerly of
Mt. EDEN Center
Bronx. N. Y..
Will Officiate at the
HIGH HOLY DAYS
&SUKK0TH,Beau,,,UISu"a
on Premises)
at the
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at 21st St., Miami Beach
PLANNED ENTERTAINMENT
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Finest KOSHER cuisine served
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Under (u) Supervision
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and en|oy the holidays with the
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THE AIR CONOITIOHIO
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under Supervision
Enjoy the
HIGH HOLY HAYS
With the Waldman Family
Traditional Holiday
Services on Premises
Conducted by
Prominent Cantor

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*Jeisf fhrkttar
Friday, September
Obituaries
Some Orthodox Families
Eat Rice On Passover
IEGAL NOTKr
IN
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NOTICE OF ACTION "~^
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY!
THE CIHCUIT COURT OP Tu.
leventh Judicial circuit6
OF FLORIDA. IN AND Fna T
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Ubett. *" "
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BLUMENTMAL. Harry
Miami II
BOSSOM. Lou -, I i Miami
den* I" X M B I'.i.-.-i.-n:. ,
BRAVERMAN. Albert, rf.'WSrSnWw
lr .V .Ml: l:
FREIOMAN. Herman ?! ''!
Una Are., Ilal Harbour Rivereide
KESSLER. I'r.-. .. I MaraeUleo
Ilr Ml: l:.v. r-i.l.
MAXIMOFF. Mai 12 1211 P< ->1-
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SMERLINC. I 7. : M B
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UNCAR. Helen. T. of M.B Rlv< raid*.
WEXLER. I:- n T-. I M B
River
WELOFF. A M II
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EERMAN. H.-'
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CEASE. Edua
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DEVORY. i
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ETTENSON. Idi l.<
FiNKELSTEIN, Mai 75. ol S M B
;....,!. Interment Ml
GROSSMAN. |>a< d, T: I"" Kln
Poinl Dr N VI B Blaabent
JOSKOWITZ. .- V .VI
Ftlverxidi Inti -in' iii Star rf li
ORNSTEIN. l.-m- M "7. of Tr
Ore brtand Rlveralde Intel
III
ROSENBERG. .!-. i.li. "6. 144.....
Mr M H Hiv. i-|.I.-
RUTH, Al I2BI Normandy Dr
-I B. Rlvi raid*
schloss. Sarah, M. IT4B Vormandy
lr M.B. Iiii.rm.nl Ml N'ebo
COHEN, Harry. ". I*3I N i: laih
Art S M.B Rtveralde
Dubin. Benjamin, W. 7::"7 Harding
FRIEDMAN. Sylvia, S7. of N .M
Rlvenride.
GUTSTEIN. I., mi.. v.. :.." Weal Ave
M.B. Newman.
HERMAN. Dlanne, v.-. ..i N M
IUvi raide.
KRAMER. Nlchotaa, II, ..f Miami
l..\ltt. Interment Slur of David
2L0TNICK. Harry. TS, 7? Indian
Creek Dr., MM Hla berg
BLUEWEISS. Harry, II, I ton Merid-
.in Ave., M.B I., .iti
FEINBERG. Lube, II :. s\V ;!.-
Tar Rivei ride.
GOETZ, ll utj r.i \ i; ;.:n,i
SI Riven
BtRGER. .. Man -
Dr X M U Blv< i tdi
FIVERSON > Rd
M II Rli
GREENSTEIN. Kali
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GROSSMAN. Alex. N K
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MILLER. D I. SI X.E "ii
St.. X M I
perlman. a Palm
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ADLER. ICai ,;
HARRIS. A' H
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JAMPOL. U n : IM1 X E ll
N M II R raid.
LEVIN. I I IS2.1 Bm Ivi
M B Riveraldi
Schwartz. Harry An-hle, : ;'
w- mi: R -
faskow. .\i.. I.....I h '
Hallandale I evltl
GOODSTEIN. Kannie, *<>. Ol M H
R|v< --!'-
HERSHMAN. Edward, -t. 879 N I.
Sky l-.l:- Di X Ml: Rlvi
HINDERSTEIN. Iull>, '. W LellOX
A vi M B. Rlveralde.
jaffee. rharlaa, M, :'"! Bin i"i Ave .
M B Riveraldi
KUTTLER. Jean, IS, 1*4* Chase Ave
M.B. Blaabarg.
MILLER, Joaeph, T". 920 Ku. II.I Ave .
M.B, Gordon. Interment star of
David.
CINADER, LaM-rem <- W TT. .';""
Colllmi Av.- Ml". Rlveralde.
Ellion, Baward 87, ( Hollya.....i
Rlveralde.
felo. Jack ..::. 1700 8 W 2nd PI.
Rlveralde.
GINSBERG. Baa. U. 1801 Collina Ave.,
mi:. Rlveralde.
GOLDSTEIN. II. rthli II ", ( N'.M.B.
Rlveralde
GUTERMAN. Saul. Nt l"..lllli Av. .
M B. Rlveralde
mednick. Vt'llllam, ". .:. Collina
Ive m i: Gordon
ROSENBERG. Edith. 90, IS" Jeffer-
... Avi m i: Rlveralde.
silverstein. Con, .;;. t Miami
Rlveralde, Interment Ml Hlnal
aronow. Max, U, ISoo Bay Rd.,
mi: Rlvi ralde
M.W HAVEN. Conn. iJTAi -
There are eight Jewish families
here vvIm> eat rice on Passover but
m v.'itheless condder themselves
Orthodox Jews they are Se-
piianlic Jfl jtronl Syria who eat
:ir.. thr'.ui;hi'nVt trie year. They
differ from Ashkena/i Jews not
(inly in their dietary practices hut
Biao in tlnir belief that it is an
honor to name children after Kv
ing. rather than for dead relatives,
and in their pronunciation of He-
brew words.
The eight families moved to
New Haven recently from Brook-
lyn, where more than 20.000 Syr-
ian Jews have created a close- |
knit community and where their
synagogue! were packed every
Friday evening and Saturday. The
Jewish Ledger of Connecticut re-
ported on the presence of the un-
usual Jewish colony in New Haven
in a recent issue.
Following Saturday morning
^i rvicea, families and liiends gath-
er for a Maza. which is similar to
aii Ashkena/ie Kiddush. except
Jewish Athlete
Breaks Olympic
Swimming Record
NEW YORK iJTAi Mark
Spitz swam a world record 2:00.7
in the men's 200-meter butterfly
in the Olympics Monday, shatter-
ing the standard he set earlier this
month at the U.S. triaJs.
Spitz, an Indiana Univei-sitv stu-
dent from Carmichael, Cnlif., con-
linued on to his second triumph
at the Olympic games when. 30
minutis after receiving his first
individual gold m.-dal. he returned
and anchored the U.S. 400-meter
relay team to a record 3:3642
truhnph.
The New York Times, in a
"Man in the News'" feature on
Hie JewL-h athlete, noted that
when he was io years old ffwim-
ming interfered with his after-
school Hebrew lessons.' His father
A nold Spitz, explained ti the
rabbi: "Evt n God lik.
il
that instead of the familiar her-
ring. gef:ite fish and cholent. the
Syrians serve platters of mush-
rooms, pickled cauliflower and
turnips, green peppers, meat pas-
tries and a meat slab which looks
jikt1 a mirrfature"i)i//a.
Syrian Jews, centuries long res-
idents of the Middle Last, have
adopted the culinary practices "I
the region and the foods they eat
can be found in the homes of the
Syrian Arabs and other Middle
East peoples.
Males are dominant in the Syr-
ian Jewish community and at
meals they an- served first. In
New Haven, most of the men are
businessmen and the birth of a
son meaas continuation of the
business.
Marriages, in the larger Syrian
Jewish community of Brooklvn. as
in most Syrian communities, are
from within the community and
gi ncrally the male is well-estab-
lished in business before marriage.
According to Syrian Jewish cus-
tom, :: is the responsibility of the
bridegroom, not the bride, to pay
for the wedding.
dade county0 FH
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-17K,
PETITION FOR AOOPT.ot
I .N ICr.:
Adoption ..f I.IZKT KODmni-Ez,
II I
ii minor,
By DA V l|i FERRIS,
Hi i sici.i.iili.r
TO: AlH.I.Ko PEDRO RODRIOi-m
KuMitellee Ullki----
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HCBKBY
for Petition
filed atnini
V'H ABE
ihul mi at lion
tii.n laaa '.-..!,
>i>u are required to tarvi
your urliien dofanaea,
ii David K Bl
iluoiu-r. nh.-.
. I Jili Avenue,
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lh. above Myl-.1 ,-.,Uri ,. ,.,
Ltoiober :. IS7S: otherwuu
rtill l*- entered aaainai
relief demanded in the
peUUeti.
liia notice shall be publl : .
n
V* tor ih,
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r-h MrN>|i f..r
in THE JEWISH PLOBIDUX
WIT.vess m.i hand ,it.,i ,i,,. >,.
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTYI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 7?.166SO
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RR:
DRBRA PEABI, AISTIN
Wife
:in heot. chbibtbopher
.mstiv.ji:
HuahnnO
TO: Huso rhriatropher Aaatln ,lr
Besidenee Cnknown
TOf ABE HRRERY N'OTrFlEP
thai an action for niaaotation of Mar-
rlage haa been filed aaalnal v., ,,i
you are required to aerva oopy of
your written defenaea, if any to n
on Stanley E. Goodman., attorney for
-..i "*''."{'.':*' "I,lrss i.- 2| n \v
ffl
the above atrled .-.>urt .
September M, n.;-: otherwli
f.-iult will be entered
the relief demanded
or petition
This notice hall be published once'
r four consecutive weeks
Aii
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File No. 72 A 515
N'OTICE IS HEREBY ISIVEX tU
Munlpinal Cuaneutanu Ii
County Tax Bale CerUflcati \
i--n.il ti- 1st day Of Ju
197S, h-.s filed the aame In mj
and has made application :..
deed to be laauod thereon Said Owl
tiflcatc embraces the i. ;i. rina de.1
Kcribod property in th.- County i
i >..; State of PVnida, to-wlt:
I>Ms l to .", in.- Block 67, Light*
Beaub of ink :;. Plat IV ok IS
Paae "..".. Saotiou i. Town
South, Ranae 41 Baal .: th,
County ,.f iiii.i.. S:i-. of r i
Tliir. deed will be i.-.-u. .1 -u
all other outstanding delt.iqui I
ol iii.ii.-:,h tazaa and liens.
The assessment of aaid nr<>prrtrl
under tl\.- aaid certificate iva
name of: Clara J. Rhaffer
I'nlesa saM certificate -'
ile.-me"! a.'.ontinE to tew, 'h- fr.i
rty described herein uiii be
12nd Street, Miami, Klori.la 5"147* ami ""' '''Kh.-.-t l.i.l.l.-r for raab
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Monument Deoler
ibbi: "Even Go', likes a winner," in the Jewish pix>bidian. circuit coun si..
h Times feature reported, w itm;--.s my hand and the seal
^ "' ~-........nrl at Miami, Florida on ihi.
Ai H. Spitz mad.' it to the na- N d"> '* IMS.
in ih. month of i tctobar, IK
a iii^ gnd day of i hitober, '.'.
Dated tiii-- LMh da) of E i! I.EATHBB.M IN
i 'i. rk of Ciroult i ii
Dnile County. Florida
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tional championships and by 17
he ;.s regarded "as one of the
world's best, Betting or tying five
American records in on,- year and
breaking five world marks In In-
ternationai competition," the Times
stated.
JNF To Honor Ambassador
WASHINGTON (JTAi The
Jewish National Fund of Greater
Washington plans to honor Am-
bassador and Mrs. Yitzhak Rabin
at an appreciation dinner in the
Washington Hilton Hotel Sundav.
Oct. 8, as the ambassador's tour 01
duty ncars its end. Th<- JNF u/|ij
also plant a lorest in the names ol
Yitzhak and I.eah Pab'n on the
Lebanese border rear Baram.
B I.EATHERMAN
a Clerk, Clri nit Oiurt
l >ad County, Florida
By C M BEAII8E
As Deputy Clerk
(Cln nit f..urt Seal)
S,-'"I'V E .......Iman
--s .\ u. 62nd Street
Miami, Florida 33148 Bfll-SMI
Attornei for Petitioner
8. is-:-.-, < |.|
IN
THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
e..__ ,N AND "R
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72.4212
ARTHUR VV. PRIMM
-n RE.TOeVT0 CRED,tOs
HARRY ;i l.|ii:\
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To All Oi
TREES ARE
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iEataSt"" '"' "'"-"l- Aaatnat Bald
lav-
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BUSINESS! *Ti

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HARRY GORDON-1964
IKE GORDON
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\^fordoyi June ret/ ovne
Your Jewish Funeral Home
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r Dade County Florida
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... As Hsfcutrix
^aw............-
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Attorney fur Eatate
806 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Fia. 3SIU
.-'.'l-x-l-.;
notice ^TmgmSSi
?iAV^2 ;u':-
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of '4'
F'le No. 72 A 521
VOTICR 18 HEREBY OtVKN
Metro CnnauRanta In.- hn
founty Ta> Pale Ci
--ii..i the 1-1 day ..f June a | :
has- fi'.-.l iira> in niv f| ,. i, .
nnde nnntinntfon for a i
i,.. laaued thereon S:ii.l i'.
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nro..ertv In ih^ County n( !
PloHrln. lo-wlt:
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Rub., pint Rook 4 Paee '.. hi
County ..f rvi.le. Sit.. .,f f
Tha il... ii will ha lei nd buI>I.
"fh.T i-utsianrline tfel'noiienl I I
M Th,-. oaaeaamenl of aaid
under the anM r*r*iflcate wn>
name ..f: sot w "' Cnrn
r the p
I'nle sbi,| eartlflcate ahn'l
deemed rn-'-Lrrlinc tA law -1 .
arty oWeeihed herein will' hi
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Dated 'hK V l! IP \titpi:m v v.
PV-l( rf li., nil i ........
pTrte <\..|.ilv Kl.'-'1
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Circuit 1'i.url Seal
; -' '
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Ua name of
ADVBRTI8IXG
.Miami. Fta.
n.niu-
Court
litli th.
f Had.
rejrlater aaid
perk of the Circuit
' aunty. Florida,
Haul R, Ollvn so<
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ALCOA PAVIXO, INC
'. : 'i.ia corooration '
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES C0U"T
I IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
tN PRrBTF
No T>-f683 n-Mwlien
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In PIT. Ki..,| nf
OHART-RR THOMROX. TV
To All Creditora and All Pi "
ni- Claims or DeaMUMhi \ '' !"'1
Batate:
y..ii are hereby notlfd
iniir.d to nreaenl any claims
ma nils ivhl.-h von may h
'he estate f niMIM's TH)V'>
'.-.. as,.,i ktta of Dnrte County. Jj""
Ida. to the County Judc.- '"
County, and file the sain- .
and as nmvlded In Bentlo" '' F'.'"
Ida Rtatutea, in their offlcea In tne
Onunty Courthowe in Dade riain
Florida, within si\ calendar ni
from the time ol the first publli
hereof, or the same will he hnrr**]
Dated Bl Miami. Plorldn, this -<<
day of Auauat, A r> t78.
VVAI.1..VCI-: N. maii:
Suite No. I, Court Vi. v Bkla
144" \\V 14 Av.. Miami. FI
As Executor
Pleat publication of this notice '"
the lsi day of September. 1972
U U.I.ACK V MAER
Attorney for Executor ,,, XJ
Viblress Suite No I Court Vl.w BI'W '
' \\V 14 \v Mi'mi' Kl .......'
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riday. September 1, 1972
+Jmist> Fkridicin
Page 1S-C
Mendel Beiliss Still A Victim
By (tKOBttJE FRIEDMAN
JTA Baft Writer
| Mendel Beiliss, persecuted in life, i
being dishonored in death. Hisj
ivesite, unt ended nearly 40 i
pars, is suffering from what a
hnetery official calk "a great
tal of neglect."
1 On Sept. 25, 1913. Menachem
li-ndel Beiliss went on trial in
feev on charges of having com-
pittod "ritual murder" at Easter- I
pine, 1911. against Andrei (An-1
ryu.shka) Yuschinsky, 13, whose j
Judy was found to have sustainedj
f! knife wounds. Beiliss. 39 and
sthor of five, was an ex-soldier'
^ho worked as a brickworks dis-
itcher.
'Hie prosecution, i.e.. the Rus-
li i. sovernment, tried to picture
li'n as a pious Jew and thus part
It a worldwide Jewish conspiracy
Isinp Christian blood for religious
|ur|)oses. This opportunistic view
Tjnored Beiliss' non-Orthodoxy; he
las, in fact, non-observant and
lad been working on the Saturday
ho 1-ny was killed.
"All witnesses against BeilLss
3/ho faltered or retracted had i
lad been bribed or frightened by !
Tie Jews" went the prosecution's j
ase. noted Maurice Samuel in!
ilood Accusation: The Strange j
listory of the Beiliss Case." He
bid of one witness: "As a liar \
he had an impressive delivery
kit was weak on supimrting ma-!
trial."
Another prosecution witness Fr. I
listin Pranaitis, believed the Pass-;
ler table included a special blood
|sh. Three medical experts re-j
cted "ritual murder" implica-
inis and one wasn't sure; the;
fth charged "ritual murder" but;
J.->s found to have accepted a 4000-
ible |>roseoulion bribe.
After 34 days, the jury sustained
"ritual murder" theory but ac-
Utted Beiliss. The secret-police;
lief was later jailed for fabricat- j
It; "evidence" derived from town
Junks. BeilLss. a 20th-century;
J-eyfus, left the USSR the next,
far (19141. worked without sue-j
hs in Tel Aviv and Jaffa for
Zht years, then mrved to New;
pric in 1922 and worked, again \
Ithout success, as printer and
lurance salesman, reoeated'y
Fusing to capitalize on his nevvs-
prlhiness.
|Although Samuel told when Beil-
die In't tell whore (Saratoga
pings, N.Y. i or identify his bur-
rtte. The Kiev defendant is in-
fc'red In New Mt. Carmel Collie-
ry, Brooklyn, N.Y., run by the
prkmen'S Circle, which lists him
"Boiles." A cemetery reprcsen-;
live advised that clothing store'
pier Morris Kulok paid for Beil-
four-grave plot in 1934. but i
at from then till his own death
1954 didn't pay for its care. The
kkeswoman said upkeep wou'd
[ "very exnees've" S200 a year.',
Workmen's Circle representa-
\r said it wasn't its resoomibillty
to underwrite such upkeep, as "wo
have no funds to take care of in-
dividual graves." After asking who
BeilLss had been, she remarked:
"If he's so prominent, this is some-
thing that the friends of Mr. Beil-
iss should have taken care of. if
they feel that strongly about
something."
fr ft &
Convention Conniptions II: The
Republican National Convention,
planned to the last cloth oat, was
hairier than the Democratic, but
some fur managed to fly nonethe-
less. Before the conclave even
opened, antiwar demonstrators re-
turning to their tents found Amer-
ican Nazis usurping the space and
promptly tossed them out on their
Rockwellian rears.
At the first evening session Ron-
ald Reagan, the Acting Governor
of California, lost one for the Gip-
per when he introduced keynoter
Edward Brooke as "the senior citi-
zen from Massachusetts." The
film praising the administration's
achievements. "The Nixon Years
Change Without Chaos." men-
tioned Vietnam, China and Russia,
but not the Middle East; ditto the
filmed tribute the next night called
"Richard Nixon: Portrait of a
President" -- strange for a party
hawking its policy in the Israeli-
Arab dispute. The session adjourn-
ed, though, with Rabbi Herschel
Schacter perorating in Hebrew.
The executive director of the
National Welfare Rights Organi-
zation admitted to a television re-
porter that he was on the con-
vention floor without credentials.
The group had tried "all the proc-
esses of this pa"ty" to gain con-
vention representation, he said,
"but we have been turned down."
Therefore, he said on national TV,
"The only way for the poor to get
into this convention is to sneak
in."
The second-night nominating
speech by New York Gov. Nelson
Rockefeller mentioned the Mid-
east in a brief passage praising
"the U.S.-sponsored cease-fire"
and proclaiming that after four
years of Nixon "there is p chance
for peace" in the area.
At a youth-for-Nixon rally out-
side the convention hall, Sammy
Davis aimed a camera at the
President while both were on-
stage. "What are you trying to do.
shoot me in the back?" Nixon
quipped moments before para-
phrasing John F. Kennedy, to
which Davis replied to laughter:
"I'm the representative of Jet
magazine." Funny, he doesn't look
like a football player.
fr fr ft
Rounders Champ! Chaim Morris,
a math teacher at Flatbush Ye-
shiva High School, Brooklyn, col-
lects Jcwish-thcmed buttons. He
has amassed over 300, and is still
going strong.
In addition t<> such familiar ex-
clamations as "Jewish Power" and
"Kiss Me, I'm Jewish." they sport
such snappy slogans as "Up
Against the Wall, Mother Russia,"
"Another Zionist Hooligan for So-
viet-Jewry." "See the Pyramids
Visit Israel," "Send Moshe Dayan
to Vietnam," "Israel Israel" and
"I Put Or. Tefillin Today, Did
You?"
Mr. Morris welcomes collectors'
correspondence. You can button-
hole him at the school. 1605 Ave-
nue J, Brooklyn 11230.
ft fr fr
Strikeout: Roy Silver of NBC
Si>orts reports that Sandy Koufax
is married to Richard Widmark's,
Sen. Fincher
Hits Busing
Dr. Ben Sheppard, a member <
the Dade County School Boan
this week endorsed- Sen. Die-
Fincher's campaign for reelectio
to the State Senate, District 33
not David Jansscn's daughter, as | Dr. Sliepiiard praised Sen. Finch-]
indicated by this columnist re-' er's record of service to the con-|
cently. Right world, wrong series.
Barry Offering Piano, Real Estate Courses
Barry College will conduct piano men, will begin Monday, Sept. 11,
classes for children and adults in and run through Monday, Oct. 23.
the Electronic Piano Lab. Regis- Classes will be held in the Wie-
tralion, which is open to beginners g:ind Center. Room 104, Mondays
and intermediates, will be held
Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the and nutd^ from 7 ll P-
Music Department in the Fine
Arts Building.
The college is also offering a j
.Mini-Session Real Estate Course I j
- Principles and Practices. The '
course, a prerequisite for sales- j
Bombing Of E! Al
Jet Part Of A Plan
PARIS (JTA) A warning
that Arab terrorists may soon I
launch new attacks on civilian
planes and airports in Western
Europe was issued Tuesday by the
International Air Transport Asso- ,
Ciation (IATA) from its Geneva
headquarters.
The communique said IATA se-
curity services had discovered that'
the recent explosion of a bomb in
the luggage compartment of an 1
El Al plane on a Rome-Lod flight
"was not an isolated instance but
part of a general plan."
IATA cautioned all air travellers
not to accept parcels or presents
from si rangers before hoarding
planes and to carefully check their
own luggage for explosives con-
cealed "by terrorist elements.''
Airport security services
throughout Western hurope were
asked by IATA to increase secur-
ity checks on passengers and their
baggage.
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Sen. Fincher continued his cor.-|
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tax on a state level, noting thh'
no state has yet reduced its sal.-1
tax after enacting a |>ersonal i"-|
come tax.
The veteran Democratic senate.'.
a member of the powerful Wav -
and Means Committee, also voice I
his opposition to massive, force.l|
busing "solely to achieve racial
t alance." This i>olicy was rejecte
by Florida voters and by those ii
our district by overwhelming m
Jorities in the March 14 straw vot g
Sen. Fincher said.
Twice president of the Unive
sity of Miami Eaton Foundatio.-iJ
Sen. Fincher, a graduate of Co'
nell University, pledged his sui
port for state aid to Hebrew tin
schools and other private school'
"Tuition no longer can handle tM
soaring inflation of education \
icists," he said, "and synagogue
and churches simply can't mal:
ill> the difference on their own."
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September 1, 1972

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Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
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Page 3-A
*3ewish Flor idi&u -
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
15 Number 35
Miami, Florida Friday, September 1, 1972
Three Sections Price 20c
U.N. SECRETARY GENERAL BELIEVED INTERVENING PERSONALLY
rotest Over Visa Fee Increase Is World-Wide
iLEM (WNS) Of-
re expressed satisfac-
the rising world-wide
gainst the higher exit
the Soviet Jewish
wishing to emi-
^y predicted that pro-
continue to grow in
nd intensity, but said
Israel would not raise the issue
at the United Nations where the
Soviet Union could marshal! "50
or 60 countries to neutralize"
any such effort.
The officials cautioned not to
expect the governments to which
Israel had appealed to publicly
request the Soviet Union to
News Briefs
JER
[Depends On Mutual RespectGoldmann
(JTA)Dr. Nahum Goldmann. president of the
?ish Congress, declared that the future of Israel and of
twry depends on the achievement of complete solidarity
respect between those two branches of the Jewish peo-
ring the keynote address at a gathering sponsored by the
st Society to mark the 75th anniversary of the founding
jrld Zionist Movement in this city in 1897, Dr. Goldmann
vhat still needs to be done may take even longer than
of Zionist history."
Decides To Hold Military Parade
kLEM (JTA)The Cabinet has decided to hold a
ade in Jerusalem on May 7, the 25th anniversary of
Spendence. The Cabinet secretary's report that the de-
(iot unanimous led observers to assume that the parade
by some ministers as politically unwise. The last mill-
f on Independence Day was held in Jerusalem in 1958 as
|rade following the Six-Day War. The United Nations
lincil received a complaint from Jordan and there were
rotrsts from Arabs in Jerusalem.
ftu- Murdered At Home
IfORK (JTA' Jewish sources in the United States
[iiia Moisevich Serebreny, a 50-year-old Vilna Jew, was
Ahis home last week, allegedly by Soviet militiamen dis-
'ffl Boligans attempting to rob him. Serebreny had already
exit visa to Israel and had his money with him at home
pn for his departure from the Soviet Union, the sources
fgency Withholding Report?
EM i WNS ISources here say the Jewish Agency
n a $100,000. 280-page report on American aliya pre-
Dichter Institute of Deep Motivational Research. The
tgedly being withheld because it is -severely critical"
s aliya and absorption practices. Agency officials said
ified that the investment in the study was "money well
at the report has been heW up because a series of HI-
_,bsences from Israel of key personnel has delayed iis
evahia1___
01/ Receives Encyclopedia Judaica
VA (WNSiRepresentatives of the Canadian Jewish
have presentee! Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau
kher-bound edition of the 16-volume set of the newly
icyclopedia Judaica. The set was a gift from Israel
Jlishers.
may Meet With U.S. Officials In Munich
B fWNSl Informed sources here report that Hassanein
Bltor of the semi-official newspaper Al Thram. and con-
Egvptian President Anwar Sadat, will meet with high U.S.
Munich during the Olympic games to discuss the im-
of U.S.-Egyptian relations. The sources said Heykal
try to persuade the American officials to halt military
Israel.
>ks Temporary Injunction
fclNGTON (WNS)The Jewish Defense League has
Bin U.S. District Court a temporary injunction to halt the
Kent of the law which prohibits all but labor demonstrations
B feet of an Embassy. The JDL seeks to hold demonstra-
Er the Soviet Embassy during the High Holidays.
fco's King Hassan Promises Protection
JRIS (WNS)In the wake of the recent attempt on his
[Hassan II of Morocco, has promised his country's 30.000
t lie would "continue to defend them" and that they would
|to enjoy the same rights as the rest of the population, ac-
reports reaching here.
fidant
officials
cancel the increased charges. "If
they approach the Russians
quietly and very firmly, we will
consider that a great achieve-
ment," they said.
Meanwhile, reports reaching
here indicate that Jews receiv-
ing exit visas must pny the In-
creased fees within SO days or
the visa will be revoked and they
will be unable to apply for a
new exit visa until two year*
after the date of revocation.
Officials said that though
there was no indication that the
Soviet government was "backing
off" from its policy of increased
exit fees, they "take it as a good
sign" that the USSR had not yet
published the decree which
makes educated Soviet Jews re-
pay the Soviet Union for their
education.
Earlier, the Knesset unani-
mously adopted a.resolution call-
ing on the Soviet government to
repeal the new charges. The re-
solution called on all govern-
ments and parliaments to pro-
test the "ransom money" law.
Members of Rakach, the New
Communist Party, did not at-
tend the Knesset session.
Opposition leader Menachem
Belgin castigated the Soviet
Union und read an official Soviet
report that an average cost of
higher education to the Soviet
State was 949 rubles a year and
was repaid by three years of
work as a graduate. He suid the
Jews now discriminated against
had worked "dozens of years" in
Russia.
Jacob Stein, chairman of the
Conference of Presidents of
Major American Jewish Organi-
zations, told newsmen at Lydda
Airport that the U.S. govern-
ment "is very seriously concern-
ed with this issue and is think-
ing through a possible course of
action which could produce re-
sults."
Ambassador Yosef Tekoah,
who returned to New York Mon-
day after a brief vacation and
Continued on Pg 5-A
TO 'CONCILIATORY' STATEMENTS
Egypt Made No Positive Response
JERUSALEM (JTA) There
has been no "positive" response
from Egypt to recent "concilia-
tory" statements and "signals"
from the Israeli capital, author-
itative sources here report.
Israel had hoped that Egypt's
ouster of Soviet personnel would
be followed by a greater Egyp-
tian readiness to talk peace, but
divisions within his administra-
tion and disappointment at the
development of relations with
the Soviet* seem to have pre-
vented any peace moves on the
Gen. Dayan
Raps JDL
HEBRON (JTA) Defense
Minister Moshe Dayan called
the Jewish Defense league "fool-
ish'' after Rabbi Meir Kahane
and about 100 JDL members
stormed into Hebron in an effort
to demonstrate ownership of the
West Bank city and hold a pub-
lic trial of Hebron's Mayor
Sheikh Mohammad Ali Jaabari.
Gen. Dayan made the com-
ment after a meeting with Jaa-
bari. saying that if the JDL
wanted to clarify something they
should have appealed to the Is-
raeli government.
The JDL militants succeeded
in breaching the roadblocks set
up by the military government
to prevent their arrival. They
gathered near the Tombs of the
Patriarchs where they declared
they would hold a public trial
of Jaabari in view of his role
during the 1929 massacre of He-
bron Jews and the 1948 fighting.
Brigadier General Raphael
Vardi. Military Governor of the
West Bank, asked them to leave
and they obeyed quietly.
Mayor Jaabari told reporters
that he would be happy to ap-
pear in a public trial to accuse
his accusers, and later in the
evening Gen. Dayan visited the
mayor.
A conference of Hebron nota-
bles decided not to stage a
counter-demonstration against
the JDL after Israeli authori-
ties promised that law and or-
der would be maintained.
part of President Anwar Sadat.
Sources here point to three
separate "signals" from Israel
in recent weeks: Premier Golda
Meir's Knccset speech July 26,
Foreign Minister Abba Eban's
press conference Aug. 7 and De-
fense Minister Moshe Dayan's
television interview Aug. 15. All
three, the sources say, held out
prospects for negotiations on
either an interim or an overall
settlement.
Egypt-watchers here detect
two schools of thought in Cairo.
The first is comprised of invete-
rate "Russia-haters," with AI
Ahram editor Mohammed Has-
sanein Heykal as their spokes-
man. Thev are well-pleased with
the Soviet ouster and urge an
even wider breach with the Rus-
sians. The seend school, com-
plied of left-leaning cle-nents.
is loss happy about the Soviet
ouster and wary of thn future,
preferring Na'scrist neutrality
to onen conflict with Moscow.
Sadat himself, it is bclieve-1.
bad planned to drive out some
of the Soviet advisors and then
deal with Moscow from a posi-
tion of strength, but the Krem-
lin refused to play along. The
letter Sadat received last week
from Soviet Communist Party
leader Leonid I. Brezhnev re-
jected his suggestion for a sum-
mit meeting. The Russians seem
also to have pulled out more
soldiers and airmen than Sadat
had bargained for.
At this stage, it is still unclear
what Egypt is planning for the
U.N. General Assembly next
month. Egypt could, of course,
secure another anti-Israel vote,
but officials in Jerusalem say
a'ready that it would be as in-
effective as the one last year
blaming Israel for the break-
down of the Jarring mission.
The General Assembly Is not
expected to reverse Security
Council Resolution 242 of Nov.
22, 1967, and as long as that
resolution remains valid, both
sides can continue to claim that
their positions are in accord with
the TT.N.'s dorsinn.
Oriental Jews9 Status
Is 'Greatly Improved9
LONDON (JTA) The Mi-
nority Rights Group, a private
organization that maintains a
watch on the conditions of mi-
norities all over the world, con-
cluded in a report on "Israel's
Oriental Immigrants and
Druzes" that Israel will success-
fully bridge the social and eco-
nomic gaps that separate seg-
ments of its population.
The report found that "in the
last 25 years the economic status
and educa'ional level of Orien-
tal Jew has greatly improved"
and observed that "this has not
been accidental" but the result
of hard work by various agen-
cies of the Israeli government.
"But the gap remains wide and
the Orientals are now more em-
bittered than before," the report
said. It covered In detail the dis-
tribution of income, housing, ed-
ucation and social and political
conditions as well as movement
among Oriental Jews in Israel-
Trie report concluded: "For
all the lamentations, the basic
brotherly attitude of the found-
ers of Israel, the drive for hu-
mane and decent relations, the
precepts of Micah to do justice
and love mercy have by no
means disappeared today from
Israel. The problem of Israel's
Oriental Jew is therefore likely
to be solved."
The report found that Israel's
Druze population has enjoyed an
improvement of their material
condition since 1948 in compari-
son with their brothers in Leb-
anon and Syria and "have no
great economic complaints," but
acknowledged that 'there re-
mains the question of social and
political discrimination," noting
that "there is no Druze ambas-
sador, no highly placed foreign
service officer, no army general.
"The question is whether this
situation is the result of a dellb-
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<*Jewistifk>rklk*ri
Friday, September ], 19*
Kabbi Stern Reports
On Russian Survey
Rabbi Tlbor H. Sinn held a
news conference this wivimpun
his return from a visit to the So-
viet Union durine. which he ad-
('.....pd the Central Synagogue "f
Moscow.
The spiritual leader >>f the ><-
coh C. Ooh '.'i Cor.1. 11 ity Syria-
1' Hi Miami Beach called for
.., 1 rime Hate c ash program t<>
Have Russian Jewry from total as-
m nilation an 1 lie said the program must have
,-. 1 wo-fold priority systi m:
First, i" demand through Ihe riage is high, hi asserted
I'niled Nations an Investigation of
Hi reliil-us freedom of Jewish
c'tizens living in the Soviet Union.
S 1nond, to a all dip'omatic chan-
nels tu supply reliilous articles
and i. achei 1 1 Russian .leu-.
There is no Yeshiva or any other
tution.
Rabbi Stern WOB active in vari-
ous religious functions to help
provide Halachic authority which
he sal 1 Is absent in the entire coun-
try. Son.' religious rituals that
the rabbi performs were >;ii<1 by
him to be the first since the Revo-
Jewhh school in the U.S.S.R. at
present, Rabbi Stern said. No
jii-!i musical records arc per-
mitted to be cut. The Voice of
[sra< I i- Jammed and there is no
social life. The rate <>f intermar-
This pro" i"i Rabbi Stern -ail
i- Independent ol an equally Im-
1 01 tanl project, lo help as many
Russian Jews emigrate a- p issible.
But because of te Vi \il reasons,
he said, mass emigration can nev-
er o!ve the da^eer of see'ng th"
R'issian lews disappear alter this
gi in ration.
Rabbi and Mrs. Stern returned
from an extensive tour behind the
Iron Curtain an I to countries
where Jewish life is at the lowest
ebb, Rabbi Stern addressed the
Central Synagogue in behalf of
the Rabbinical Council of America
and the Union of Orthodox Rabbis,
llo invil d. from the pulpit, the
Chief Rabbis visit is scheduled
ted States of America. The!
Chief Rabbi's vMl it scheduled
ti nt at ivory lor Nov. 10.
Kabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
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Simultaneously, young activists,
many of whom are in the sciences.
an making a remarkable come
back to Jewish identity and also
to religion. The rabbi, in his Sab-
bath sermon, assured a 700-person
audience that Miami and world
Jewry will not forgel them until
they are totally free. Rabbi and
Mis. Stein visited Hungary and
Finland, where there are special
:)roRiams for Aliyah.
1
The last part of their visit was'
Schlost Schinau, Vienna, where |
they visited the transit camp for!
Russian Jews for three days. The]
work of the Jewish Agency was
commended by Rabbi Stem.
lb. noted that the Combined
Ji wish Appeal in Greater Miami
supports the rescue program.
Rabbi and Mrs. Stern studied
Russian Jewish life in depth in |
many cities and took part in sev-
eral events. The rabbi lectured in
Talmud, and mane an inroad into
the Public Library of Leningrad to!
free precious manuscripts. I
A series of lectures and sermons j
arc planned before and dining
the Holidays at the Jacob C. Cohen I
Community Synagogue, 1532 Wash-!
ington Ave.
Cantor Selected
By Temple Shalom
The selection of Cantor Yaakov !
J. Ren/er to serve Temple Sholom.
the only congregation in Pompano
Beach, has been announced by
Rabbi Morris Skop, spiritual lead- |
er, and temple officials. The syna- j
1 gogue has a membership of ap-'
! proximately 1,000 famlles.
Cantor Renzer, the featured
cantor in the motion picture called
"Faith in Flight" produced by the
U.S. State Department in Wash-
ington, D.C.. studied in London,
Rome and New York. He is a
! graduate-fellow of the Cantors'
institute of the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America.
Cantor Renzer was selected
'. from among 500 candidates to be 1
1 guest cantor at the national con- '
j vention of the ZOA in New York
I City, and was chosen to chant be-
fore 800 persons attending a re- ,
cent Saturday morning interfaith ,
service in the Gait Ocean Mile
Hotel, Ft. Laudeidalc. Among his
listeners was Florida's Gov. Reu-
bin Askew.
Oriental Jews'' Status
Is Greatly Improved
Continued from Page 1-A
crate discrimination or merely
ol the riwiimstwuvs of the
Dime minority. We lielieve that
the hi bullion owes less to a de-
termined (liscrimiiia'ion or set-
tled policy than lo the eireum-
sliiiic's. The problem is far
from aeute," it said.
The Minority Rights Group is
chaired by Jo Grimmond, a Lib-
eral MP. Its sponsors include
Irwin Canham, editor of the
Christian Science Monitor, Milo-
van Djilas of Yugoslavia, Sean
Macbrlde of Ireland, Lord Good-
man and Joseph Needham of
Fngland and Jayaprakash Na-
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ADL's Society Of Fellows
Honors Abraham L. Mailman
.da Chapter of the Society of |
-raham L. Mailman will serve i of the Society of Fellows Human
n honorary chairman of the j Relations Award.
The primary objective of the
Society of Fellows is to promote
the local and national programs
of the Anti-Defamation I-eague of
Jv'nai JOiJh. b,v inspiring gener-
osity appropriate to the problems
that must be solved and the needs
thai must be met.
Members ol the Society also
play a key role in winning new
adherents to the democratic ideal
and new supporters to the Anti-
I.'. Tarnation League Appeal. They
sponsor special ADL projects and
participate in the League's pro-
grams in this country and abroad.
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Lie of B'nai/B'rith, according
announcement made by Wil- ,
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da Chapter who also serves i
as National Commissioner.
Mailman, n well-known phi-
oplst, has established a re-
able record of leadership on
If of the disadvantaged and
ssed. A director of the Bar-1
Banks and the Gulfstream
and Development Corp., and
nber of the Advisory Council
ie Mailman Child Develop-
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i, he was the li)7i recipient I
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PERSONNEL SOUGHT
The Central Agency for
Jewish Education and the
V.MHA are seeking compet-
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teach at the Free University
Experiment being held at
the VMM A.
All those who have a good
background in Jewish life
and are aide to relate to
teenagers are Invited to ap-
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teaching positions.
Please call either Zvi
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Volume 45
22 ELUL 5732
Number 35
Continued Outcry Their Best Hope
Despite the high hopes entertained by Jews when
President Nixon held his summit meeting in Moscow,
conditions for Soviet Jews seeking to leave Russia have
appeared to worsen since then.
Harsh prison sentences recently imposed on would-
be emigrants, the reguirement of what amounts to ransom
for educated persons resulting in part, in a sharp decline
in emigration last month and this, and resumption of jam-
ming of Israeli radio broadcasts to the U.S.S.R. cue truly
ominous developments.
If there is anything bright in the picture it is that the
Soviets, in their usual crude manner, have aroused the
conscience of many of the world's free nations by demand-
ing the kind of money for release of Jews that is all too
reminiscent of the days before and during World War II
when Jews had to be ransomed.
Since political pressure from the United States or the
United Nations does not appear to be effective if, in fact,
used the continued outcry of world Jewry, joined by
leaders of other faiths, still appears to be the best hope
for saving Jews of Russia who desire to leave or to prac-
tice their faith without harassment.
Considerable Harm Could Result
Tax reform is on the agenda of both major parties and
is supported by most reasonable persons who recognize
that, over the years, many abuses have developed which
must be cured.
Of concern to many is the threat to Jewish and all
other, of course charitable giving that is contained in
two tax bills now being considered in the Congress of the
United States. Without going into detail, provisions in the
well-publicized Mills-Mansfield bill and the Corman-Nelson
measure would have the effect of curtailing contributions
that have kept our institutions viable. While the Mills-
Mansfield proposal would give Congress the opportunity
to specifically re-enact such tax preferences as the deduc-
tion for charitable giving it nevertheless represents a
danger that cannot be minimized.
Since many of the largest gifts to charity are made in
the form of appreciated property and act as pace-setting
examples, it is believed that considerable harm would
result if the reduction in tax-free deductions proposed in
Corman-Nelson were approved.
While such arguments will be heard in the many other
cases of tax preferences which these bills would eliminate,
the great difference is that philanthropy is entirely volun-
tary and that the major gain for a large contributor is not
money but the satisfaction of having helped institutions and
people beyond the scope of government help in a free
society.
Vote's Size An Important Sign
Not much attention will be paid by the media to the
candidates of what was once George WaUace's American
Party but the size of the vote for John Schmitz in November
may be an important sign for Jews and other minorities
As the Anti-Defamation League has just shown,
Schmitz is a tool of the John Birch Society which, despite
its claims to the contrary, continues to encourage the
anti-Semites and racists who move in its circle. The recent
American Party convention, which named Schmitz and a
fellow Bircher to run for president, was not only the scene
of much hate literature but contained an anti-Israel plank
in its far right platform.
Schmitz was beaten in the California Republican pri-
mary for another term in Congress because he was too-
nght-wing even for the most conservative district in the
nation. His vote in November will be a good indication of
the strength of America's hate movement.
MATTER OF
WWMI' BEABH iii">At"thfe'
historically dull convention,
they love Richard M. Nixon.
They love the Republican Party.
They love one another. But if
you talk to the more hardhead-
ed Republican state leaders,
they will tell you that love is
not going to provide the ma-
jority they expect in November.
THIS YEAR, seemingly, the
voters are going to choose their
President the way any sensible
man chooses a plumbing fixture.
You do not expect to love or
even like a plumbing fixture.
The 'test ts not 'whether'-* a
plumbing fixture is charming.
The main test of a plumbing fix-
ture is whether it flushes.
A plumbing-fixture President
is something new in American
politics. If you run over in your
mind all the Presidents of the
20th century, you cannot think
of one who got a majority with-
out the sustaining drive of wide
personal enthusiasm in the elec-
torate. The century's major
Presidents and also its very
worst, Warren G. Harding
have been beloved Presidents.
RU6SR5TAMPP
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by lOpPH AtSOP
NOT SO with Richard If
Nixon! The pollers are finding
currently, that the presidential
image has greatly improved in
recent months at the grass-
roots level. But the Republican
professionals admit that this
image improvement is mainly a
reaction.
In other words, this year's
most important voters the
ones who appear to be defecting
from the Democratic Party in
droves have taken a good,
hard, skeptical look at Sen!
George McGovern, his backers
and what they stand for. So far,
they have heartily disliked what
they have seen.
SO THEY have taken another
look at President Nixon. They
have said to themselves, "Well,
Nixon's done a pretty good job
after all." On this argument
of the plumbing fixture that
flushes reliably, they have
therefore begun to decide that
the President is really not such
a bad guy.
This is first of all an aston-
ishing testimonial to the Presi.
dent's will power, purposeful-
ness and gift for cool calcula-
tion. By these qualities, he has
overcome handicaps that would
have sunk any lesser man.
HE WAS, to begin with,
elected in 1968 as a minority
President, mainly with the aid
of the very people who hate him
most today. No one should for-
get that the vengefulness of the
left-wing Democrats, after
Chicago, was all that stood be-
tween Sen. Hubert H. Hum-
phrey and a comfortable victory
four years ago. Today's Mc-
Governites were yesterday's
true electors of Richard Nixon.
As if being a minority Presi-
dent were not rough enough.
Continued on Page 12-A
.COMMENT
by EDWARD COHEN
When the appearance of Pat
Nixon is the high point of the
evening at a political conven-
tion you just know there's some-
thing wrong with America.
Granting that much of the
cheering was programmed by ex-
perts at plastic manipulation,
there was still the chilling
thought that Calvin Coolidge
could have brought this Re-
publican crowd to its feet in a
wild ovationas wild as a wax
museum can get. And Coolidge,
you may remember, is that
president of whom Wilson Miz-
ener questioned when the rumor
of his death was about: "How
can they tell?"
IT WAS at this point on the
first night that the television
set went off. but the impression
of controlled staging developed
two days before although it took
the newsmen and commentators
a few days later to catch on. as
well as to reveal the script. I
have no doubt the three women
in the President's family life
are nice people and that America
is yearning for something other
than the bra-less, disordered, be-
jeaned sexless girls who seem to
offer such a threat.
But to offer Pat and Julie and
Tricia, dressed and moving like
Barbie dolls, with expressions
that seemed to be painted on
their faces so lacking in mobili-
ty were they, can't be the answ-
er to our family needs in a world
which I think hungers for hu-
manity and not a movie rated
"G" for adults under seven.
THATS THE way the arrival
of the First Family, precisely on
schedule at the airport, a hard-
ly noticeable few minutes late
on Collins Avenue, shaped up.
And all the signs pronouncing
"Pat is Far Out" and "Tricia is
Cute" couldn't change the
thought that all that was need-
ed in addition was a paper moon
floating over a cardboard sea.
Both sound and movement were
dubbed in.
The over,all impression inside
Convention Hall and in the ho-
tels is how well it all has been
programmed and that if it suc-
ceeds the 1976 affair will be com-
pletely computerized on the
200th anniversary of the sloppy
birth of our nation. It has led to
the suspicion, for instance, that
the shortage of copies of the
platform until the last moment
of "decision" was planned, so
efficient has been the operation.
FROM MY biased Democratic
viewpoint, even the bulky offici-
al programs show the void be-
tween the two parties. The
Democratic book's cover was
crowded with photos of people
a collage of the American mix. A
stark white cover, brightened
with a splash of blue and red on
the bottom, was the Republican
outer decoration.
The lobbies of the major hotels
were pretty much on the same
order. Hordes of all shades and
dress milled around, caucusing,
leafleting, buttoning, debating
on 24-hour shifts when the
Democrats were here last July.
At best, even when Pat and the
girls arrived to be cheered by
crowds at the Fontainebleau,
one feels an anti-septic quality,
of neatness and order. There
were sounds and smell of people
in July; one sensed good soap
and toilet water last week.
HONESTLY, the Republican
Convention was like something
out of "Star Trek" I saw on a
recent re-run. On one of the
planets the people were placed
into a state of "tranquility, con-
tentment and peace" through
orders of their god, Landrew
who, it turned out, was only a
computer which had captured
power. Fortunately, for the
safety of the world, our orbit-
ing heroes blew up the comput-
er just in time, thereby turning
on the victims of the computer
to all the hazards of real life.
Can we save the world from
programmed false tranquility.
false contentment and peace?
After all, it's pretty hard to
tell the difference between "Star
Trek" and the script of the Re-
publican campaign. Perhaps we
will have a happy ending on
Nov. 8. Computers, we know
from our TV sets, aren't so per-
fect after all.


Friday.; SMtomixrJ. 1972
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Page 5-Al
'rotest Over Visa Fee Increase Is World-Wide
Continued from P*S*> 1-A
[consultations in Israel, reported
lihat he has reason to believe
ilhat U.N. Secretary General
[Kurt Waldheim is intervening
Ijiersonally In the iftatteF^ iihd
[that he will continue his activi-
|ty in an attempt to solve the
Iproblem. The subject will be
[brought before the U.N. General
| Assembly this fall, he added.
.Max Ftaher of Detroit, Mich.,
laddrrMing the opening: (tension
of a two-day meetlnjr of the
|Jewish Agency's board of gover-
nors, ol which he is chairman.
expressed the hope that the U.S.
government will exert its in-
ftuenoa to persuade Moscow to
i .1...I1-I1 the hieh fee*. He called
[-buck Hall Supports
lob Skidell Candidacy
Miami businessman Robert Ski-
Sell. 27, is seeking election to the
hew District 99 seat in the Florida
louse of Representatives and Mi-
Lmi Beach Mayor Chuck Hall is
packing his candidacy.
Mr. Skidell. who served as ad-
ninistrative assistant to Mr. Hall
k-om 1964 to 1970, when he was
fiayor of Metropolitan Dade Coun-
t, is vice chairman of the South
Tlorida Drug Abuse Task Force
pid has served as a member of its
oard for two years. He says a
bajor portion of his campaign for
(lice will be directed at solutions
the growing drug abuse prob-
fem in Dade County.
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the No? 4 Cuban Hebrew-Israel Dinner of
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leaders rr.-_' with members 0: the Host Com-
rr. /ee cr.d :'-- h;r.::ees. From left to r ght
cue Alberto Err.'r.a.rr. secretary; Dr. Pablo
Tcrhrr.es d:::re: "airman: Michael L::v-<.
local director o: S:ae of Israel Bonds; Mr.
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the ever.f Mcrenc Habii, president, r
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Paid Pol. Adv.
Paid Pol. Adv.
Piiid Pol. Adv.
Paid Pol. Adv.
Paid Pol. Adv.
Fincher Gains Again In Senate Race
Dynamic Senator
Continues Fight
Against Tax Hike
' ays cne of the strongest Democratic vote-getters in Dade
- Sen. Dick Fincher this week increased his advantage in
is two-man race for District 35. With no Republican opponent,
Fincher is assured of reelection if he turns back the bid of
;ack Gordon.
Veteran school board member. Dr. Ben Sheppard. joined
I -standing sports figures as Dolphin coach Don Shula
inc Hurricane coach Fran Curci in publicly endorsing Sen.
[in:her. Other athletic aces to join the Fincher team included
inner University of Miami athletic director Andy Gustafson,
harida A. & M. athletic director Jake Gaither, Dolphin stalwarts
lick Buoniconti, Dick Anderson and Mercury Morris and many
ic;e
Sen. Fincher, president for two
i 08 '! the University Of Miami
tuu-n Foundation, member of the
(range Bowl Committee, loader
t: < itholic Charities campaign,
liomtor "i the permanent Cathollo-
i p-.li Dialogue Committee, at-
.,.1 iniiitiiij; support from
kerj --.lor of the community.
eatest interest in his
ins was his pledge to
fight against a new
ional income tax. "That's
. n|i|M)nent and liis Con-
Democratl advocate. But
inea about it. There will
reduction of the state sales
a personal income tax is
No other state ever has
i a sales tax after adding
.='>nal income tax." Sen.
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mere
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[Incher cautioned.
oi both the black and white com-
munities," .Mr. Schwartz said.
Warner, a iormer exalted ruler
of the EIke, said Sen. Fincher
would continue to "walk the
streets, hop onto patios, climb the
high rises and canvass shopping
I centers in his person-to-person
quest for votes. That's the way he
firsl won election, and that's the
way he sells Oldsmobiles."
"With complete ownership of
his business in comparison to his
opponent's position as paid presi-
dent of a publicly-owned savings
and loan association, it's clear Sen.
Fincher can spend more time on
state government," Mr. Schwartz
said.
Dick Pledges
Day Schools
Full Suport
Criticizing his foe for total op-
nosition to aid to Hebrew dav
schools, Sen. Dick Fincher this
week repeated his firm support for"
aid to day schools and other pri-{
vate schools.
"The Hebrew day srl mils, the
Catholic parochial schools, the
Lutheran anil Christian schools of
Dade County all are In serious
financial trouble. The skyrocket-
ing cosls ol educationliolh pub-
lic and privatesimply cannot l>e
absorbed ny parents, churches and
Synagogues alone," Sen. Fincher |
asserted.
The popular automobile agency
owner said "the principle of free-
dom of choice in education tradi-
tionally has helped both the public
and private scnool systems in
America. And the achievements of
such universities as Brandeis and
Notre Dame, Yeshiva and South-
ern Methodist all reflect on the |
importance of private education."
Sen. Fincher. a member of the '
key Ways and Mean Committee
mi' the Florida Senate, said on Iml h
television and radio debates that
In deplored the opposition of Jack
Gordon to aid for Hebrew day
schools and all other private
schools from the state.
"Such institutions as the Great-
er Miami Hebrew Academy, the
Lehrman Day School. Yeshiva
Dav School, Hillel Community
School, Miami Christian Schl.
St. Mary's and others have given
vitality to the 35th District. Their
students achieve outstanding
marks in scholastics, community
work and respect for all religions.
Sen, Fincher said.
Senator Dick Fincher
Fincher Israel Stand
Wins New Acclaim
Scores of speaking engagements
in Miami Beach, North Miami j
Beach, Surfside, Hay Harbor Is- '
lands. North Hay Village and oth-
er communities this week brought
new praise for Sen. Dick Pincher's
long-time support of Israel.
The senator's supporters point
cd witli pride to the fact that ll'ck
Fincher was among the first two ,
members Of the state legislature to I
contribute to the Israel Emer-
gency Fund during the Six-Day
War in June, Itlti".
,-I then sat ne>- to Kenny
Myers and Bob Shevin. but it was
Marshall Harris who first asked
me to give to the Israel Kmer-
eallant stain! of a gallant people,"
Sen. Fincher said.
(jencv Fund. Maurice Forre and r
proceeded to make sure thai every
senator and representative was
given the opportunity to aid tha
"During the Democratic pri
tnaries, l supported the position.;
oi two candidates who are always
in the front line for Israel Sen.
Hubert Humphrey and Sen. Scoop
Jackson, My opponent backed the
>ne man who did not have the*
confidence of Israel, and our dis-L
trict gave both Humphrey and!
\ Jackson overwhelming margins!
over Mr. Gordon's candidate.'' Sen.|
Fine' <>; said.
! pointed to his record of vot-
li for the corporate income tax
lie;.' ure <|ionsored by Sen. Reubin
Iski w "I was the only one of six
(lembers of the Senate who own
orporations who followed the
overnor's lead, and voted to tax
nrporations. That's taxing myself.
\u\ I can stand taxes somewhat
etter than the low and middle
Hi me Families upon whom the
In nt of a personal income tax
lo I fall."
Sen, Fincher, a native of Koch-
Itor \.Y. and a graduate of
torncll t'niversity, points to a
lrc-rd ot sponsoring legislation
v uig the taxpayers of Dade
founty more than $28 million in
rc< .;t yean,
I cosponsored a measure pro-
lie! ng new facilities for Youth
with Sen. Kenneth Myers. He
bted for measures providing in-
feres t on tenants' security, doubl-
kl Homestead exemptions for
len. i- citizens and increased Medi-
pdi layments.
- 'i. I'incher noted the 10 years
Jen ;, in the legislature, six of
II:"-- years in the Senate, in com-
u -Mil to an opponent who was
ejected overwhelmingly in his
U ipalgn lor the Miami Beach
it.1 <.....ell.
n. Fincher's campaign chair-
Joseph Fitzgerald, worked
1 ly thus week with Murray G.
jfainet and Gerald Schwartz,
bi aign corrdinators, in plan-
V' activities for the closing days
I two-man race.
' Sen, I'inchcr's support of Flo-
Id;. Memorial College and of
Horida \. ft m. University In
larked contrast to the opposition
his Jack Gordon won Dick
Iksw rapporl from Ubaral members
I Why is Jack Gordon for a state
l personal income tax?
! Why is Jack Gordon {or massive
I forced busing solely for raxrial balance?
J Why is Jack Gordon against state aid
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Friday, September 1,
1972
12 DAYS ABROAD WITH PRtSINHT NIXON
Kreisky, Adler And Sons
On Opposite Side Of Fence
By JOSEPH POL.AKOFT
(Chief. JTA MashiactM Bar*j
WASHINGTON l/TAi In the
half- the break
the Austro-Hu re in
World War I I
pinr.u pow*r in Vienna
ndous odds By
- both men at
the r- I their net!
c-^is were saddened because their
sons had taken political paths op-
posed to the social democratic
I .. of the:r fathers.
In : jy of political fam-
-..s are Bruno
Kreisky Austria's present Federal
Chance. Icr and leader of his
country's Socialist Party: Dr. Vic-
tor Adler. the Party's famous
founder, and their sons, Peter
Kreisky and Frederick Adler.
Chancellor Kreisky himself sup-
plied the analogy during an inter-
view with the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency :n which he remarked on
his family origins and Israel. The
interview took place in a glitter-
ing reception hall in one of Salz-
burg's old world hostelries. the
Oestereicher Hof.
On the night before. Kreisky
had welcomed President and Mrs.
Nb n -n a gala official ceremony
a; Salzburg's airport but the col-
orful formalities were shattered
iboul 1.200 young people who
.-. .:.<-: the epithet "murderer'' at
the President over the Vietnam
war. Those demonstrations were
ied by Kreisky s only soa Peter.
The demonstrations continued
into Sunday and that afternoon,
after lunching with the President.
Kreisky faced upwards of 200
smen representing the world's
media. They culminated their bar-
rage of questions by asking how
the Chancellor felt about his own
having been the leader of the
demonstration against the Amer-
ican President whom the Chan-
cellor had welcomed as a guest.
Kreisky responded that his son is
28 years old and has a right to
make his own political decisions.
Demonstrations, the Chancellor
declared, can be held provided
that they are within the law. The
demonstrators on Saturday night
at the airport lacked permission,
he said. Illegal demonstrations
must be stopped. Therefore he
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gave orders to police and troops
ash them. Sunday, the dem-
onstrators had permission and
their demonstrations were allowed.
"Infinite provocations." the Chan-
cellor observed, cannot always be
met with infinite patience."
Shortly afterwards, in his inter-
view with JTA. the Chancellor re-
marked, as if searching the temple
of his memories: "Dr. Adler had
the same troubles with his son
that I have with mine." Speaking
in excellent English. Kreisky re-
called that in 1916 Frederick
Adler. then 38. shot to death the
Austro-Hunearian Prime Minister.
Count Karl Stuergkh. an ultra-
reactionary i for refusing to con-
vene Parliament i. Frederick, who
was to his father's political left,
was freed by amnesty when the
war ended in 1918. He died in
Zurich in 1960.
Recalling the brutalities that
the Social Democrats had exper-
' ienced in opposing the tyrannies
of emperors and Fascists of yes-
teryear. Kreisky said bitterly:
"Now they (the demonstrators'
1 complain for not being allowed to
hold illegal demonstrations."
For all their vigorous leadership
j to overcome reaction. Adler was
a moderate and so is Kreisky.
Adler. born in 1832 in Prague,
encouraged moderation in seeking
to reconciliate opposing elements
i among his own Social Democrats.
In 1894. he became director of
Vienna's Arbeiterzeitung (Work-
ers' Journal' and later the leader
of his party.
Kreisky. born in Vienna in 1911.
the son of a textile manufacturer,
was 25 when he joined the Social-
ist youth movement. In 1934.
when Hitler ruled neighboring
Germany, his party was outlawed
and he went underground. Twice
he was imprisoned.
After the Austro-German An-
schluss in 1938. Kreisky went to
Sweden. In the same year, his
brother Paul three years his
senior, emigrated to what is now
Israel where he continues to make
his home. Holder of a doctorate
Continued on Pag* 14-A
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Friday, September 1. 1972
vJewistiFhrkHaur?
Paae
Pistrucci Medal Being Displayed By Local Banks
The Pistrucci Waterloo Medal,
acclaimed as "the world's most
beautiful medal," is currently be-
ing displayed in the lobbies of the
Miami Beach and Coral Gables
First National Banks.
The banks, both members of the
[United Banking Group, are parti-
[cliiating with the Franklin Mint
Concept House
Elects Goodman
Concept House, a full time resi-
dential program for the rehabilita-
tion of young drug addicts which
has served effectively under the
Dade ounty Criminal Courts, an-
nounced the election of Criminal
Court Judge Murray Goodman as
chairman of the board of directors
this week.
Judge Goodman, who has been
active in Concept House since its
inception, succeeds Father Sean
('Sullivan, who will remain with
the program as director and hon-
oiary chairman.
Also elected to the board were
Emi] Morton, owner of Morton
Towers, Miami Beach, and Arthur
Pearlman, financier and philan-
thropist, as vice presidents, and
contractor Robert L. Turchin as
secretary-treasurer.
The federal government recently
allocated $225,000 for the expan-
sion of Concept House during 1972,
so that it may continue its pro-
gram and maintain its out-patient
and re-entry phase projects.
Milton Balsam Joins Staff
Of Keyes Co. As Associate
Milton Balsam, former owner of
Alney Letter and Printing Service,
has joined the staff of The Keyes
Co., largest realtor in the South,
as a real estate associate.
Mr. Balsam, a resident of Miami
for some 25 years, has served on
the staffs of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and State of
Israel Bonds and for several years
was the administrative director at
Beth David Congregation. He is
presently a member of the Federa-
tion's board of governors and a
director and officer of the Greater
Miami YM-YWHA.
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serial number, is accompanied by
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The medal, measuring 2Vi inches
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PAUL FASKE. civic and community leader
URGES ALL HIS FRIENDS TO SUPPORT
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MRS. DAY AS ALSO f.V MIAMI BEACH WEDNESDAY
Israel Tourism Director Here
For 25th Anniversary Event
Registration* Accepted
Temple Beth Tov is accepting
reidM rations for Hebrew and Sun-
day School each Sunday from 10
Friday, September 1, 1972
a.m. to noon. Mrs. Sara Cohen, who
toadies advanced Hebrew at Miami
Senior High School, will again be
the instructor at Temple Beth Tov.
. r Miami Jewry opera It*! Gene
ration ol the Stat< Is Jaa
- 29th afrntveraary <>! '- fadrut
. n enec WWIiHsday night wltti
U......rvanc ol Israel T i irisl I
;he Fontainebli au Hoi
\ ..... is i xneeted to
,'. o t'i 7 3 I
: Wednesday honor-
Ruth Dayan an I I
2 r v oi th A lean Dl pel i ol
: : Mil istrj il Toui
- mi ol I- ael'i
. ... ri liners an i a 'tors,
5Ui ins '' am
I b\ Hisl
thi Israel Go pi i
O I El Al Israel

iy be mml" at
-.1 Linco'n IW.
v.iih all persons who I ive
, ited Israel since the Six-Day
War heduli l for special honors
v ho have boon in K ael
si ice !967 will receive certificati
jr nt< in Jerusalem, testifying to
' i ravel there.
Others who will take part in the
;> ,"i.i .. include Dr. Sol Stein of
Kew fork, national president of
tr l-r.T'l Hlrtadrut Foundation
i itional chairman of insta-
ll ["ours Dr. Leon Kronlsh,
crainr.an ol the board .if the His-
ti Irul Foundation and cochairman
thi Israel Tourist Council of
I irida, also will participate.
ral chairman of the event moving to Palestine in 19:14 as a
b Rifkin. chairman of His-j member of the first Youth Aliya
Buainosj and Prafeutanal Training Group organized by Hen-
! rietta Szold.
Former coonlinator of the cele-
bration of Israel's Kith and 20th
anniversary celebrations, Mr. Zur
has headed the Israel Government
Tourist Offices in London and New
York. He headed public relations
for the United Israel Appeal in
Jerusalem from 1941 to 19">S.
Mrs. Dayan and Mr. Burstein
are flying here for Israel Tourist
Day, and will open the 25th anni-
versary celebration by Broward
County Jewry in Hollywood Tties-
day night.
SEE ISRAEL FREE
EXCHANGE MY NEW
APARTMENT
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Friday, September 1. 1972
v-Jt-n #$#? Hhriidliiaiin
Pagel
J\S
Max Lerner
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NEW YORK. N.Y. Periodically, every major American
city gets caught in a hassle over police corruption, trying to get
mi its extent, ramifications and cans.'-. Right now, Now York
- again going through this ordeal, and its people are puzzled and
cynical.
In practical terms, the Knapp Commission's recommenda-
tion ih.it a special stale prosecutor ho given the crackdown
power over corruption in city law enforcement makes con-
siderable sense. The police have tried their own crackdowns, and
so have the district attorneys, and both groups conta'n dedicat-
ed people. But it is hard to expect any sector o1' law enforcement
to police itself. The federal prosecutors in New Jersey have
thovvn what an intelligent and fearless outside agency an do.
On the deeper <|u< stlon the causes and sources of graft
among those who are sworn to enforce the law the Knapp
Commission hearings couldn't offer much light. The obvious
things are clear enough the lure oi money in a society which
values it. the breakdown of police morale, the infection "!' the
dishonest seeping into the honest and the marginal by in-
timidation and pressures,
b tt
MY own iiincii about the nub problem i- to see it as
The erosk n of fidelity on the part of those who are meant to up-
hold the law because everywhere around them they see the
erosion of authority. "Why tthey ask themselves) should we
break our backs to stay honest and uphold the law when every-
bodj else i> laughing at authority and In-caking the law? Are
wo a sacred priesthood sworn to celibacy while everybody (!>'
is living it up?"
There >ou have it. You can't expect a '.rroup like police,
magistrates, Judges -to demand higher standards from itself
than the rest of the community does unless it has a special
fidelity built into it.
Hut with the erosion of authority and legitimacy all around
(because of the war. the demonstrations, the rivil disobedience
movements, the disclosure of government secrets, the raids on
party headquarters, the restlessness even in the Army), it is im-
ible to keep local law enforcement untouched by the rest.
It i> line for a society to become as rebellious as ours has
become provided wo are willing to ray the price for the re-
bellion And tart ot the price is that the group whom we en-
trust the enforcement oi the law finds the mand ythine.
but sacred and. when temptation i mies, i< the more ready to
betray the trust.
The temptations have become higher than ever, part y >e-
cause th re i- more money loose, but mainly.....the ter-
rible corrosive effect of the narcotics I affic Ever,
,. .,,, heroin and other hard drugs the big
ibes, the payoffs, the lake arrests, th.. extortions from push-
ers, the lenient sentell c 3.
V
ONE BEADS A <;001> DEAL in the New York press about
graft in the construction industries. Sidney Cooper, a veteran
polioe investigator, -c.s it as a form of insurance by the build !rs,
a way of keeping the construction going with the help ol the
cops in lact, "a wy of life." But there is a chasm of difference
between the building industries' graft and the heroin corruption.
If one is a way of life, the other i- a way ol death.
Herein is today the dominant force in the whole pattern ot
corruption, commanding all the access roads. Not only because
the big prizes are there, but because of the guilt and self-con-
tempt that come with it. Once you have sold yourself to the
drug traffic, VC.U. are unfeeling about everything else. There is
the necessary desensitizing that goes along with it.
The struggle inside organized crime inside the "mob'
and between the families"- also become more vicious as we
witness the recent spate of mob killings in New York. It even
spills over into racial war of a kind, through an effort of the
black narcotics figures to cut into the big traffic, and the
answerin- violence of the white narcotics lords to keep them out.
* ^
THE COPS ARK < AKillT in the grinding gears ot mis
massive machine of corruption. One needs a more complex
vision of their plight, as well as of their betrayals, than most of
us can muster.
James Mills has caught a glimpse of that vision in his mov-
ing novel, "Report to the Commissioner." tFarrar, Strauss),
where the young cop- who is as much victim as herois almost
a Billy Budd figure of crushed innocence, because he believes he
has a function to fulfill as a cop, however blunderingly and
[naively he goes about it. His father, and his partner a black
^detectivearc also honest cops, each believing in his function
but with a saving cynicism, each capable of fidelity.
Although it has been eroded the fidelity story is not
Wholly ended.
tpman Speaks Out Against Drug Pushers
McKnight Calls For
itVdiiciiig House Size
Bob McKnight, South Da I"
County bu im usman ieel< ng clcc-
i r to the Florida House ol R p
re- .! itlves District 119, said this
week he w '<<\'.'\ i [ht for a re luc
tion in the size of the House to HO
members "to save tiie taxpayers
. ornp $ i -'ic,,,., :, y .,,
Mayor Chuck Hall
says "Bob Skidell
is an honest, dedicated,
concerned young man-'
PAID PHI ADJ.
STATE REPRESENTATIVE DIST. 99
10 YEARS EXPERIENCE AS MUNICIPAL
JUDGE. DURING THAT TIME COURT
RECEIVED AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION
CITATION FOR EXCELLENCE.
PAST PRESIDENT
ASSOCIATION.
MIAMI BEACH BAR
PAST EXALTED RULER ELKS LODGE N0.1601|
MEMBER: ITARD FOUNDATION AND MAC-
CENTURY CLUB, ORGANIZATIONS
DEDICATED TO HELPING HANDICAPPED
CHILDREN.
56 YEARS OLD MARRIED TO DENA FELLER,
A TEACHER FOR 10 YEARS IN DADE COUNTY.
2 SONS, HOWARD AND MICKEY.
RESIDED IN DADE COUNTY SINCE 1930.
ATTENDED DADE COUNTY SCHOOLS AND
GRADUATED FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF
MIAMI.
PRACTICING ATTORNEY SINCE 1939.
MAJOR U.S. AIR FORCE 1941 1946,
SERVED AS: DEFENSE COUNSFL, TRIAL
JUDGE ADVOCATE AND LAW MEMBER
OF GENERAL COURTS MARTIAL.
Pi!. Pol Adv.
'YEARS AHEAD IN JUDICIAL eXPERIEMCE'
VOTE COUNTY WIDE LEVER 36-B
k
FELLER
YEARS
AHEAD IN
JUDICIAL
EYPCfttENCg
ENDORSED BY
AMERICAN F EDERATHN
OF SEMIOR CITIZENS
PULL
LEVER
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[alien Wepman, candidate for
uit Court Jlldge Group 8, -aid
today's children should not
bnalizcd when the real crimi-
Jare the drug pushers. "The
lof the crime problem today is
Irug pusher. The drug sellers
pe criminals and our children.
|tunately, are the victims."
rWeprrmn, the lather of two
children, said cases Involving
youngsters on drugs are going to
have to allow for "justice with
common sense. By that I moan,
th" drug pusher should be dealt
with severely but we must show
common youngster! who have been victim-
ized by dniRS."
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Friday, September 1, 1972
This Week In History...
10 tan Aeo This Week: 1962 "JERUSALEMComposer Igor I sentence after admitting he ob-
Family Service-Reunion Set
The first family service of the
new season at Temple Beth Am
will begin at 7:30 p.m. Friday, ac-
cording to Rabbi Herbert M.
Baumgard, spiritual leader. As us-
ual, the staff members of Camp
Coleman will be on hand to re-
new acquaintances with campers
during the annual Camp Coleman
reunion service, which will feature
camping songs in a sing-along.
I Stravinsky conducted the Hatik-
The South African Jewish Board van- for tne first time in his life
of Deputies urged the government
to ban racial or religious incite-
ment.
London courts sentenced more
than 40 persons arrested in a wild
melee that erupted when hostile
listeners broke through strong po-
lice cordons to attack Sir Oswald
Mosley and smash a meeting of
his Fascist Union Movement in the
heavily Jewish Fast Knd.
Yeshiva University, New York,
was 75 years old.
"PARISThousands of Jewish
refugees from Algeria, now in
France, may be seriously affected
bv an ultimatum issued by Alge-
rian authorities warning all refu-
gees to return in a month or face
possible loss of their business en-
terprises."
Secretary of State Dean Rusk
was criticized for ti.e dropping of
an Arab-bias anti-discrim:nation
clause from the appropriations
bill.
Israel said the United States
had blocked Israeli membership on
the International Civil Aviation
Organization council.
Rent rises of up to 140r; took
effect in Israel.
A London appeals court dismiss-
ed a two-month "insulting be-
havior" sentence im|x>sed on neo-
Fascist leader Colin Jordan.
Falls Church, Va Jewish honor
student Lewis Goldfein. 17, wa
shot and killec. allegedly by John
V'inson, Jr., 17, known for his 165
IQ and an affinity for George Lin-
coln Rockwell.
at Convention- Hall .-. .in honor
of the unscheduled attendance of
President and Mrs. Ben-Zvi .
(He 1 demonstrated that the an-
them was not unfamiliar to him."
Yaakov Baror, an Eichmann
prosecutor and ex-Tel Aviv district
attornev. leceived a three-month
tained a license under false pre-
tenses.
Dachau survivors protested the
site's use for residences and sa-
loons.
"JERUSALEM Prof. Aharon
Katzir Katchalsky, 49-year-old
chemist, was inducted as president
of the National Academy of Sci-
ences."
In The Mail
KDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
I read with interest the article
on the first page of The Jewish
Floridian dated Aug. 25. 1972 by
Edward Cohen, which was entitled
' OUR SUPPORT SHOULD BE
LUKEWARM..
Let me say, in my opinion, the
article represents to a good part
editorial comment. I think articles
' of this type belong on the edito-
rial page. If you do wish to have
them on page one, they should be
marked "editorial."
While Mr. Cohen does aucte
some facts, he does (as usual 1
draw his own conclusionswhich
should not appear in a "news"
type story.
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE
JOHN CYRIL
MALLOY
DIST. 113
Rep. Pd. Pol. Ad.
I thank you for
to my thoughts.
your interest
R. MITCHELL LEWIS
Miami
*AL
op
Continued From Page 4-A
there is also that curious matter
of the Oval Office at the White
House. It has been used, enjoyed
and adapted to personal work
habits by every President from
Theodore Roosevelt until
Richard M. Nixon. Nowadays,
however, the Oval Office looks
rather like a handsome public
room in a luxurious hotel.
IT IS IN fact a public room,
too, only used by President
Nixon for ceremonial occasions.
It is too open. It has windows
behind the President's desk. It
runs sharply counter to the de-
finite strain of agoraphobia in
R:chaid M. Nixon's character.
So the President does all his
work in his hideaway office in
the Executive Office Building.
For anyone with a real strain
of agoraphobia to be a success-
ful politician is a remarkable
feat. If you dislike crowds, af-
ter all, you are not likely to
please crowds. Eut iron self-dis-
cipline and the cool calculation
already mentioned have carried
President Nixon through.
IT IS THE calculation, in
turn, that has raised the Presi-
dent from his former standing
as a minority President to his
present apparent standing. At
every stage throughout the last
tour years he has out-thought
the Democrats by two or three
or even four moves in the great
game. The results of his Bobby
Fischer-like approach to poli-
tics can now be seen in the
polls.
The approach would never
have worked, to be sure, if the
President had not worked in-
ordinately hard, too. He has
done the very best job he could
in the hideously burdensome of-
fice he now occupies. He has not
only been laborious and careful
and astute. When necessary, he
has been extremely courageous.
The Democrats, meanwhile,
have greatly obliged him by do-
ing all sorts of things to alien-
ate former supporters.
These are the reasons so many
voters are now saying, not with-
out reason, that "Nixon's done
pretty good job, after all."
Harold Berman To Officiate
At High Holy Day Services
Temple Menorah's overflow-
services will be held in the social
hall with Harold Berman, a rab-
binical student at the Jewish The-
ological Seminary, officiating dur-
! ing the Wuh Holy Days, Rabbi
Mayer Ahramowitz has announced.
Cantor Ben Kadetz, assistant can-
tor at the Jewish Community Cen-
ter of Brooklyn for 18 years, will-
assist.
Mr. Berman, who is doing grad-
uate study at the seminary's rab-
binical school, is an officer of the
Rabbinical Student Organization.
He served as president of the B'nai
B'rith Hillel Foundation while a
student at Rutgers University,
where he graduated with honors.
; and has since spent a year in
Israel researching the formal and
! informal aspects of Jewish educa-
tion.
U-M Civic Chorale To
Audition. Interview
The University-Civic Chorale,
beginning its fourth season of
musical activity, today announced
that audition-interviews for pro-
spective members will be held
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
Sept. 11. 12 and 13 in Room 239 of
the Bertha Foster Memorial Music
Building, University of Miami
Main Campus. Singers desl-ing an
audition-interview should cad the
Chorale office for pn api>ointment.
Dr. LeeKJelson, founder and di-
rector of the Chorale, is return-
ing to the university, where he is
chairman of Music Education and
conductor of the Chamber Singers
as well as the Chorale.
CIRCUIT COURT GROUP 31
JUVENILE DIVISION
CONTINUE
JUDGE SIDNEY ML
"SID"
WEAVER
.; Vh* k*s served mta
FIRMNESS
VOTE
SEPTEMBER 12
LEVE1
Pt> KX ADV
27B
EDITOR. The Jewish Floridian:
It was with extreme interest
that I read your recent editorial
I regarding Soviet Jewry. I am in
1 total agreement with the points
1 brought forth and agree that this
I most serious matter deserves our
continued support.
However, there is one point not
mentioned and one that deserves
SDccia! cmphasR Soviet Jews a-c
literally being "held for ransom."
The Soviet Government, while
it has eased its restrictions for the
Jewish people emitrrating to Is-
rael, has not pennitted free exit
At present the Russians have im-
posed a graduated scale of fees,
on exit visa annlicants. ra"g;n?
anywhere from $5,000 to $25,000
This is not easing a restriction, it
is asking for ransom.
To add insult to injury, the
Russians have also asked certain
Jewish families to pay an educa-
tion tax before their visas will be
issued.
What price Freedom?
JAY KISLAK
Candidate for Congress
13th District
Pd. Pol. Adv.
ELECT
RllttlL.
SUTTON
kit*
County Judge
Group 8
''Her fine record and faithful servica
21 years as Justice of the Peace-
is proof of her qualifications"
RE-ELECT
JUDGE
SIDNEY L SEGALL
JUDGE of the
COUNTY COURT
(GROUP 1) lever 33-C
OVER 16 YEARS' JUDICIAL EXPERIENCE
* JUDGE SEGALL has handled approximately 90,000 cases, dur-
mg 16 years as Judge and only 9 decisions were reversed by a
h.gher court for an average of 1 out of every 10,000 cases.
THE ONLY CANDIDATE FOR
COUNTY COURT (GROUP 1)
WITH ANY JUDICIAL EXPERIENCE
Integrity Fairness
COUNTY.W.DE VOTE SEPT. 12 LEVER 33-C
I'd. M. Adv.
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"JUSTICE JUSTICE SHALL THOU PURSUE"
Judge FRANCIS KNUCK
Believes in this Talmudic Doctrine in his daily-
life, and during his years on the Circuit Court Bench.
Adhering to this principle of Fairness to all,
and respect for all Religions
JUDGE FRANCIS KNUCK
Was responsible for the Cancellation of Political
cauceses an Saturday afternoons, to enable
Jewish members to attend functions without
doing violence to the Shabbos.
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Friday, September 1, 1973
12 Day* Abroad With President Kixon
Kreisky, Adler And Sons
On Opposite Side Of Fence
M* M, __..,.. .......... .1.......... hie fntnilv histnr
Continued from Page 8-A
aw fropi Vienna University
, laky 'MVi- World War 1
- rved in Austria's foreign servici
,i was foreign minister fron
: eg 10 1966. In 1968, he becami
rty chairman and led ii to dec
thin victories in March 1970 ani
,.,,n last October,
Action-Packed Labor Day
Weekend Set At Flaqler
With a bie. Labor Daj n kero
l, ,,.. i-eryonc -
In Miami h 1- scho !

- At
1 in's agenda. Two lamp
the T B nnei Me-
,nl tli SI l Flasle
bj ai slati tl for Fri I ij 11
p ilurtlax ninhls. There will he r
Labor D iy don I Ii header on Mon
. 1 01 in ol th ne 1 Flaa
, B,;;.,,:, will te lln v Tin sda;
The Labor Di' douhli I" i.'i- <
Mondi y will W k ofl with a 1
. e and the dogs will be
. 1. thi Ira '
An !. Tue<
.. 1 nnii
If r's c niimu d '-",| ": nnothei
daj 50! ra Ing. Th foi
i 1 11". game
,l for Th"- ij
ntd Saturday al l P-m.
At 61. Kreisky is stocky, ruddy-
aced with grey-blue eyes and
rasg^olored hair. Resides their
m, Chancellor and Mrs. Kreisky,
in- former Vera Fuerth, have a
uughtcr. Susan, the younger of
he two children. Both Peter and
iusan are married and have their
ami children.
,\ non-Jewish American press
crvice correspondent, long a rea-
lent of Vienna, sketched to JTA
ome of the anti-Kreisky tactics
11 the 1970 election campaign. To
nderstand the qualities of Krei-
ky*s l< adership and his phenom-
nal succi ss, the repot tei said, one
nusl realize thai Austria's anti-
.ir.iii sm in some wa.\*s exceeded
lavaria's in Hitler's time.
hi Germany, some Germans
now feel gullt> about the death
am|is. Bui Austrlans have no
. ich feelings of guilt. There were
1.in.' Na: 1- in nropoilion to pop-
ilation in Austria than in Gor-
nany, Austria had no anti-Nazi
11 sistance movement.
When some talk of Krcisk> Ihej
say, "Oh, he's a smart Jew," the
lepnrtei continued. "This sort of
'.1 -Si mil sm goes on all the
< 'ampalgn posti rs for
lai the 1 onset vat \ candidate,
nseph Klaus, the conservative
andidatp, declared "Klaus A
document his family history to
1690 when a maternal ancestor
was a doctor i Waldatein, His
father's family also has been in
Austria for centuries.
Regarding Israel, ho observed
that "Israel is a historical fact
and motivated for many reasons."
He himself never has boon a
Zionist, he Bald. "I was always a
Socialist."
Out of Austria's total popula-
tion of 7,323,000, the Institute of
Jewish Affairs of the World Jew-
ish Congress has reported that
IMS.") are Jews registered with the
Jewish communities. Somewhere
between l.soo and 3.800 arc not
listed.
Ol the Jews, about hall are
.,1 Austrian origin, and the re-
mander East European, predomi-
nantly Hungarian, and more re-
cently Polish. In 1938, Austria
had 181.000 Jews. About one-third
ol thorn perished in the Nazi era.
In their exchange of toasts In
Salzburg that Sunday at lunch,
Kreisky wished President Nixon
"everj possible good luck for your
forthcoming trip to Moscow."
In hi.s response, Mr. Nixon con-
cluded: "I can only say thai the
si/e of a country does nol deter-
mine the quality of its leadership.
And a small country lias produced
-
IT TAKES COUWr
TO BE YOUR ISOLATOR!
I'M FOR A STATE LOTTERY
Tn RAISE FONDS FOR EDUCATION
The Only Way To Stop
A State Income Tax
and New Property Taxes
It is going to take bold, aggressive legis-
lation to stop taxing the people for our
educational needs...we can't afford a
state income tax...we can't afford new
property taxes...The way other states
have solved the problem can be done in
FLORIDA. A state-operated lottery for
education is a good deal BECAUSE
EVERYBODY WINS! The lottery is only
for education and would reduce home-
owners and tenants taxes.
'mn
re.
LEVER 8-B
MURRAY

' ._" ~ Real Austrian." an easy Innuendo in the present Chancellor of Atis-
racinir night Ij al '' v; 1 hat Kreisky, whose forbears have tria one of the top statesmen of
ay I Matinee ye tentativuy 1)e(in |f) A,,M|..] f((i. n|()i.(, world who contributes area tlv
Speaking
El's 8:15 p.m.
services will be
Abraliam Flsch-
Nova University.
member of the
if trustees, w i 11
, ,-ak <>n the topic, "Is Our Edu-
ci tlon Relevant?" Memorial pray-
. will be it cited at the com lu-
- n ol 1 ho service.
Dr. Fischlei
Temple Beth
5 ibbath vesper
conducted by l
Ii ;. president ol
l ,i. Flschler, a
t mple's board
in 1 us tria for more than the world who contributes greatly
centuries, is not. to the thinking which the world
despite all the anti-Jewish- nods if we are to build what we
attack might 1 all want generations of peace
in the years ahead, peace with
een
! 11 ( e
Bui
ness. this kind of attack mignti
mve backfired because Kreisky is 1
NAT BRAVERMAN
Professional Businessman
so much the bettor leader. He
goes out ol bis way to soft-pedal
iiis Jewish background and this
1 ives you an idea why. the re-
..inter said.
Kreisky was reluctant to discuss
his Jewish background during the
nterview. I'm not willing to
i"'.il; out on this question," he
aid. "I'm nol a member ol the
lewish community. I am an Aus-
trian and my religious denomina-
tion is quite uninteresting." How-
Kre skj noted thai he could
progress for all people and peace
with Independence for all nations."
Pleasantry is the hallmark of
formal diplomatic toasts. hut
somehow in the aftermath of the
fierce demonstrations in Salzburg
and in advance of Nixon's flight
to the seat of Communist power,
there seemed to lie in this ex-
change a sincerity between a
European Social Democratic Chan-
cellor and an American Republi-
can President worthy of a footnote
in historv.
MEYERS0N
YOUR MAN IN TALLAHASSEE
DEMOCRAT
STATE REPRESENTATIVE
DISTRICT 100.
You are paying too much in taxes
and getting little in return.
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Sinai To Consecrate New Officers Friday
As pan ?ibbath sen-ices
;,lay evening ***>wly elected
kffi *rs and trustee* | Temple
Sinai of North Dado wir. V* for-
mally consecrated into offif**
Cenneth U-AhMMTt'i *to.
ted president of the congrega-
and Mrs. Leonard Albert,
Philip Weinstein, and Miss JanLs
King, presidents of Sisterhood,
Brotherhood and the temple's
Youth Group, together with tem-
ple past presidents Dr. Stanford
B. Cooke and Sam H. Lubell, will
also, part iciaaU-..
The newly elected trustees in-
clude Joseph M. Peiken, Robert
Bergman, Stephen Chaikin. I-oon-
ard Hollander, Ralph Hollander,
Leonard Israel, Frank Kromsky,
Sam H. Lubell, Aaron Podhurst,
Herman Rosenwasser, Paul Shu-
man, Maurice N. Swift, Murray
Tobin, Dr. Lee Duffner, Dr. S.
Allan Schwartxenfeld and Mrs.
Jack Sands.
ELECT
Norman MILLER
;
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yfewislh Flor idian
ii. Florida Friday. September 1. 1972
Section B
olice Chiefs View Of
GOP Convention
ISRAEL BOND LEADERS REPORT
$150 Million Must Be
Raised In Four Months
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
iiu-l. -ITA Washington Bureau)
Chief of Police Rocky Pom-
ice of Miami Beach is not yet
world's best known policeman
=oon will be. This columnist
I try to tell you why.
locky is giant in size, affable
Imarmer and endowed with what
old folks call a "Yiddisher
' that never stops working to
ep the peace in Miami Beach,
a still predominantly Jewish
m that feared militant anti-
t'tnam War elements might
cck community hostility to both
Republican and Democratic
iventions in one summer, all
t-e qualities help, especially
o so many of these anti-es-
ishment youth are Jewish
mselves.
|Vhat'a more, the "convention
11" for the hippies, zippies, et
was in Flamingo Park in the
Jith Beach area, which is home
lany thousands of Jews with
(ie money. However, Jewishness
never arisn between me and I
Jewish counter-culture people."
bky told the Jewish Telegraphic
kney.
ii cause his watch was fast.
Washington man arrived
ninutes early at police head-
|rl 'o see the chief at 8 a.m.
i ady there waiting their turns
^p a British television team and
i of America commentator. I
n BBC and VOA get going, j
much of the world is left un-1
ered.
hit Reeky has been a subject |
11 ws and comment long be- j
1,- particular morning just j
|re the Repuhlicans onen"d'
convention. Prominent wri-
and voice specialists have
interviewing him since the
ious Republican convention it
mi Beach in 1968. In one week
major newspapers carried
I i on him.
he fact that his very attra"ive
t-, Hope, is a television producer
self undoubtedly heirs him un-
Mand the media, but Rocky has
inch natural stuff he would be
ip man in anything he liked,
fcky does things right straight
no bragging, up with the
L\, a sharp memory for fact'
tinent to him. a patter well-
fced with humor that is recog-
fcable as often used but which
no harm.
Sing six feet tall and what
Is like a yard wide at the
alders and slightly more at
[hips in street clothes. Rocky
an awesom" figure. At 46
IV scales 260 pounds 60
than his fighting wight
boxing in the Army. When
talked in'o position for the
ph carr,."rnman. Rocky quip-
"You got a wide-angle lens?"
remark set uo Rocky per-
with the British team.
the middle. Robert Goodman, Je-
rome Greene and Leonard Haber
voted for its use. Councilman Her-
bert Magnes. Harold Rosen and
Leonard Wein&tein opposed the |
idea.
Protestant Mayor Chuck Hall,
whose only headgear is said to be
a yarmulka that he wears often. |
cast the deciding vote in Rocky"s i
favor. Rooky's position was that i
since the young people would come !
to Miami Beach they had to sleep i
somewhere. His job is to protect
the right of dissent as well as to ',
preserve the peace. "Peaceful is f
the code word." he said. 'In ef-
fective and humane policing, the I
trick is balance."
Rocky used humor, diplomacy;
and theatrical ism when suitable, i
In speeches before the political
conventions, he tried to blunt the
attitude of inevitable confronta-!
tions. Before the Democrats gath-
ered in June, he signed his letters,
"Yours for a short, cool summer."
After they departed, his closing;
was "a short, cool August."
Rocky has surprised New Left-
ists who think cops must bo red-
necks, in the South anyway. Ac-
cording to reports, when college-
bred peace marchers visited him
bark in 1963 his first year as
chief Rocky just happened to
be looking at the book "Anti-In-
tellectualism in American Life."
When peace marchers recently
came to his office, they found that
book along with "The Dialogues of
Plato" and "Danger on the Right"
on his desk. But those books were
replaced by an autographed photo
of J. Kdgar Hoover, the book
"None Dare Call It Treason." en-
dorsed by the Birch Society, and
"Masters of Deceit" when friends
of the anti-Communist Rev. Carl
Mclntire visited.
By coincidence, when JTA ap-
peared, Rocky had on his desk a
letter that actually had just reach-
ed him from the Sheriff of Los
Angeles County, Peter Pitchiss. In
it was a clipping from the "Jewish
Voice" of Southern California. "Jo-
seph Gach (nublishor of the Voice'
showed it to me," Pitchiss wrote.
Continued on Page fl-B
"We have just four months to
raise $150 million, to fulfill our
1972 commitment to the State of
Israel," Michael Litvak, director
of Israel Bonds organization in the
Greater Miami area, and Dr. Leon
Kronish, spiritual leader of Tem-
ple Beth Shalom and national vice
chairman of the Israel Bond orga-
nization, declared upon their re-
turn to Miami from the State of
[srael Bonds Fall National Lead-
ership Conference in Cherry Hill
N.J., this week.
The top leadership from the en-
tire country attended this special
confernnce to meet with too Is-
racli dignitaries like Shimon Peres.
Israel's Minister of Transport and
Communications, Mr. Litvak snid
Mr. Peres made a special trip to
the United States to add-ess the1
Israel Bond leadershin and relate
Israel's crucial economic status on |
behalf of Prime Minister Goldn i
Meir and Finance Minister Pinchas ;
Sapir.
In reporting on the progress of
the absorption of the new Russian j
Jewry in Israel. Mr. Litvak said
that while the government of Is-
rael is doing everything it can t
receive the new immigrants in
providing iobs and housing. Amer-
ican Jewry must do their utmost
to make certain that this economic
challenge remains a |sitivo proh-
'em a cha'lenge that will be m-t
because of t'^e economic n-sist-
ance nrovided by the sale of Israel
Bonds.
The conferees also heard a spe-
cial report from Yitzhak Rihin
Israel's Ambassador to the United
States and from Freda Keet. Is-
rael's foremost radio and television
broadcaster.
Special planning sessions which
wound up conference activities
Sunday, were concerned with tf
slating of activities for the 25t
anniversary year of Israel's Inde
pendence.
Since Milton Parsons will be-
coming to Miami as the new diJ
rector of the State of Israel Bonds,
within the next few weeks, the1
conference offered a unique opJ
portunity for national leaders Sar
Rothberg, general chairman. Lei
Bernstein, executive vice presiJ
dent. Dr. Kronish. and Mr. Litvakj
who will soon leave Miami to asJ
sumo his new post in Los Angelas]
Calif., to meet together to forJ
mutate plans for the Miami Israe|
Bond endeavor for the coming
New Year.
Sen. Myers Receives Award
State Sen. Kenneth M. Mvors|
(D-Miami) author of the recent 1>
passed Comprehensive Alcoholisml
Prevention. Control and Treat-I
ment Act. has received the annuall
Award of Merit given by the Flor-I
ida Division of Mental Health for!
"the most outstanding contribu-l
tion in working for the prevention,!
treatment and control of alcohol-!
ism." Dade County is scheduled tol
receive more than $2 million dur-l
ing the next three years under the|
act.
Jerry Lewis Telethon, Ch. 6
Jerry Lewis' seventh annual La-
bor Day Weekend Telethon
20 hour show whiih benefits the
Muscular Dystrophy Association!
of America, will be broadcast !iv from New York and shown local
on WCIX, Ch. 6, beginning SundaJ
at 10:30 p.m. and ending Mondaj
at 6:30 p.m.
ith the BBC and VOA asked
standard questions possi-
s of violence by the counter-
e against the GOP conven-
how the police would meet
Jes; the conflict between con-
ional guarantees of free
and assembly and commu-
lefense against violence and
lerence with normal existence.
:ky explained how his men
had been instructed at the Univer-
sity of Florida in constitutional
law, the tradition of dissent, the
theow for the Bill of Rights. The
[were taught to know them-
I too. especially to keep their
fspite any intense provoca-
[>m either men or women,
doesn't have it all his
jy. At a pre-convention
[ of the City Council, heated
arose to the use of Fla-
jrk as a "hotel" for the
The six-member all-
Loouncil split right down
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Friday, September 1, ]j
Young Israel Engages
Dr. Zalman Kossowsky
Dr. Zalman Kossowsky has been encased M the new spiritual lead- Jerusalem ami by Rabbi Yitzchak
>f Young Israel of Greater Nissim. the Sephanlic Chief Ftabbi
' of Israel, he assumed the pulpit of
his late father. Dr. Michael Kos-
sowsky. in the Central Orthodox
Synagogue :n Johannesburg,
here his grandfather had been
Thief Rabbi until his death in
1949.
After coming to the l/nited
Statts. Rabbi Kossowsky founded
and became the first director of
the Now York Region of the Na-
tional Conference Synagogue
Youth. After earning a Master's
degree in Kducational Administra-
t:on at Loyola College in 196o, he
II sw bm| >crved a< national field reprtsen-
^^J ^t^fl ^F 1 '< tr.e NCSY. founding new
I I :t; ;ois in the western region of
*"i ^_______ ^ the United States and authoring
\ several instructional and organ-
national manuals. He obtained a
Ph.D. degii e in Communicology
the University of Denver last
year.
Rabbi Kossowsky s the 30th
descendant in a direct lino of rab-
.- His wife, the former Rochel
fvvirski. also stem from a pro-
| mincnt rabbinical familyshe is
It tenth genet at ion descendant of
Rabbi Israel Raal Shem Tov.
founder of the Chassidic move-
ment.
Mrs. Kossowsky, who will ix?
teaching at the Hebrew Academy
of Greater Miami, received her
'it's degree in Comparative
live of Teheran. Iran, but s|*>nt Literature from the University of
I ii th in South Africa. Short- Denver, where she was a Ford
Red Cross Staff Will Assist With Application Form
Volunteers of Dade County; be busy telephoning or making
Chapter. American Red Cross, are home visits to ass st these elderly
now assisting vvith the govern- persons in completing the ppUOfr-
ment'i "Project Find." They have, t:on for food stamps.
been trained to seek out and as-
60 years of age and oMer, m
limited income and as.
Red Cross with their
RABBI ZALMAN KOSSOWSKY
Miami, according to an announce-
made by Etarry D. Schreiber,
i.i lidi nt nt egation. and
No -.-in A. Bloom, rice pres
.- nd chairman of the rabbinical
.- k ct on committee.
R:i! I i Kossowsky, who assumes
i iiTship of the North Miami
. synagog e this weekend, isa
s;st elderly |>ersons who may be
e'igible to participate in the fed-
eral food stamp program but an1
not taking advantage of this ben-
efit.
According to Mrs Preston Thai
:pioject chairman, all social secur-
ity recipients and persons on medi-
care rosters recently received a
computer card and a brochure de-
clining the food stamp plan along
i with their August social security
| check. Persons who believe they
may be eligible, but who were un-
able to get to their local welfare
office, were asked to complete the
card and mail it to Baltimore. Md.
Mote than 1.20S.U00 cards have al- .
t< ady been received, and they are
being distributed to Red Cross
chapters across the country.
As the Dade County Chapter re- |
l local cards, volunteers will
Lodqe Entertains Ladies
Membeis of the George Gersh-
win Lodge. Knights of Pythias,
will host their ladies at the regu-
lar meeting Monday at 7:.'>0 p.m.
in the Surfside Community Center.
Music for dancing and entertain-
ment will be provided by N'ai>oleon
Reed and his son, Fred; Chancel-
lor Commander Milton Meyers
will preside over the refreshments,
which will wind up the evening's
festivities.
Mrs. Thai points out that there
are many older persona who are
not on social security or medicare
- ennml
> i.tlCS ju I
addresses. We will help t,:emc2
plete the application form,"
said.
Red Cross does not d"
'"mi*!
who are eligible for food stamps, eligibility of the appl^i-.ts J)
and she< stressed that Red Cross Thai emphasized. The P-Vc^s}]
is also interested in finding ami
helping these people.
"'We are asking that individuals
and agencies who know of persons
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1st Hebrew School Class Session At Beth Torah Sept. 5
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Rabbi Leonard A. Schoolman (left) ol New York City, is seen
studying passages of the Union Hebrew prayerbook with
Charles Schlakman and Mrs. Joann Schlakman, in prepara-
tion for the September High Holy Day services.
Freeport High Holy Day
Services Set In Hotel
Fr oi>ort Hebrew Congregation's
|jph Holy Day services will be
rid in the Emerald Room of the
ucayan Beach Hotel, according to
announcement made by Charles
chlakman, outgoing president, of
he congregation, and Joann Sch-
|kman, who has been serving as
evident of its Sisterhood. Tic-
its arc now available in the lobby
the hotel.
I Guest rabbi for the Rosh Hash-
pah services at 8 p.m. Friday,
PPt. 8, and 10:30 a.m. Saturday,
bpt. 9, will be Rabbi Leonard
Irhoolman of New York City, who
Jill be conducting his first Ba-
smas High Holy Days celebra-
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Freeport, will also conduct the
Yom Kippur services, including the
Kol Nidre service at 8 p.m. Sun-
day, Sept. 17, the Yom Kippur
morning service at 10:30 a.m., a
children's service at 2 p.m. and the
final High Holy Day service at
3 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 18.
Rabbi Schoolman, assistant to
the president and national co-
ordinator of programming for the
Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations, the central organiza-
tion of Reform Judaism in North
America, has led congregations in
Los Angeles, Calif., and Rochester,
N.Y., since his ordination by He-
brew Union College, Cincinnati,
Ohio, in 1963.
The opening class sessions for
Beth Torah Congregation's He-
brew School will be held next
Tuesday and Wednesday. The Sun-
day School department program
gets underway Sunday, Oct. 8.
Cantor Jacob Mendelson will
serve as music Instructor and
junior choir director for the re-
ligious schools. Auditions for the
student's choir, which performs at
the adult Sabbath service, will be
held from 7:30-8:30 p.m. Thurs-
day, Sept. 14, and Thursday,Sept.
21, in the USY Room.
An arts and crafts club will
meet weekly starting Sunday.
Oct. 8, from 11: a.m. to noon, und-
er the direction of Mrs. Fred Wild-
stein, arts and crafts supervisor
for the religious schools. This will
j afford children a creative exper-
I ence within the framework of Jew-
I ish art.
Weekly library periods have
been scheduled for each class to
utilize the synagogue library for
icference and enrichment. Mrs.
Edwin Schimek, librarian, will
assist the students with their
selections. These activities have
been integrated into the religious
school program in order to supple-
ment the student's formal instruc-
tion.
The
tastiest way
to cut
down on
salt.
Sunshine
Krispy
unsalted
tops
are the
crackers
you love for
flavor!
STRICTLY KOSHER-PARVE
K on the package means Kosher
RS means Rabbinical Supervision
They're double good because they're dou-
ble crisp. We wrap each stack in wax paper
and then pack them all in our reclosable
stay-krisp plastic bag. That's for double
crispness, double goodness.That's Krispy.
It's nice to know that old friends are better
than ever.
The freshest ideas
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Friday, September 1. 197j
Government Tourist Office
Adds Reuven Harly to Staff
D i',-<"
, eaving :. '-- that newlyw
, theSoutl 5tata -in the "Laivi of Milk
brad it Of do ind Honey*." said Mr Goren.
ha* "< *,aff in ,h* Mr Herb/. uho was bora In
ited to
and ii a graduate of
Jai ob Gorei tl Is- I the Hebrew 1 .; .-.;.
rod Government 1 I reach and Knc
the anre< .1 itics and liti
I "''-> "f To;
. Jo. there he enr P Mic Relation! Department.
i m aai appointed direc-
knvrnment Tourist
-. the Red 1
itaat di-
rector : the i"v:>irtmont for the
n of Internal Tourl
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Mr. Uarlv h '.'.:f'- Miriam, an i m-ho -" i- S-months-old baby, Doron
le in Atlanta Ga.
Branded Zionist District Meeting Monday Evening
) ... M
The m*?ting of the- Brando.- /..-
itrict i the Zionist Or-
ganization of America Monday at
n th* Washington Federal
Auditorium, 1133 Noimandy Dr..
Miami Beach, will feature a rt-
Blackman Elected President
Of Florida Fashion Council
Edward Btackman, president of
Vagabond Si acles. Ltd.. was unanimously
lent of the F!or>la
ya.-:h:on Coundl at its recent an-
n a! meeting. Mi. Blackrr.an. who
n the board of :i:ectors for
the [>a-t six yean lervi I U fii.-r
. :ont last ;.
Tnc- Florida Fashion Council re-
resenta the apparel manufactur-
ers in Florida, one of the largest
.n the stat>\ both in
salaries and employment in de-
veloping this area as the fa-
li-ader of the nation.
port by Mortimer May. past na-
tioaal ZOA president, on the re-
c nt T5th convention in Israel, and
colored slides of scenes in Israel
taken by Louis Hoberman. who
.tu-nded the annual conven-
tion as a delegate.
Mr. Hoberman who traveled ex-
tensively through Isiael dining his
oil t n July. w!l show scenes in
Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Bethlehem
Jericho. Haifa, the Deai S. h m,.
Bade, Boersheba. the Western Wall
and the Jordan and Le-jano? bor.
dei-s.
Refreshments will :. ||
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haiman. Mrs. Cidell F. nth
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Friday, September 1, 1972
-Jewish nor Mian
YMHA Plans All-Program
Registration Day Sunday
Page 5-B
The Young Men's ami Youns
I Women's Hebrew Association of
dealer Miami (YM/YVVHA) is
having an ice cream party in as-
sociation with its second all- pro-
lam registration day, Sunday
Ifroni 10 am to 5 p.m.
The event is being conducted to
I encourage members of the com-
munity to partake of the widest
array of iJasses, courses and ac-
tivities evei assembled for fall pro-
grammlng at the facility. Many
[courses iribed in the new pro-
p-am B ide are open to both
I members and non-members.
lull! -I" i individuals who would
hike a < py of the 1972/1973 pro-
Igrani guide should send a post
[card with their name, address and
telephone number to Mrs. Betty
Shaffer at the "Y", 8500 SW 8th
[SI Miai li, 33144. More than 100
activities are offered, with classes
tx ginning the week of Oct. 2 un-
|ess otherwise noted in the guide.
Registration for these classes
I maj be handled in person Sunday,
any 'lay between now and the
start of courses or by mail using
the tour.!- provided with the guide.
ku registrations will be accepted
| oxer I he t'-lephone.
A one-iky seminar for teachers
|in the Early Childhood Develop-
lin.'iit (ECD) nursery school and
kindergarten at the Young Men's
laud Young Women's Hebrew As-
sociation ol Greater Miami (YM-
IvwilAi and other South Dade
Icongregationa] preschool staffs
Vas to be conducted Thursday
from 9 sum. until 4 p.m. Mrs. Gail
feilverman, from the University of
Miami, will be the guest speaker.
Mrs. Helen Weinstock, super-
visor of the Y's BCD program, ex-
tended an invitation to the pre-
school staffs of all South Dado
congregational schools to partici-
pate in the workshop-seminar de-
signed to help find ways to hu-
manize the teaching process.
What would your
bubba say if she knew
you were eating
Fleischmanrfs Margarine?
Aris San and his trio will per-
! form during the "Florida Sa- j
| lutes Israel" program in the
Miami Beach Auditorium spon- |
I sored by the Jewish National'
I Fund, Sunday Sept. 24, at 8:30:
p.m. Tickets for the show, pro-
duced by Shmuel Fershko are
now on sale at the JNF office,
420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach.
So good for you. she'd prohahly say.
Enjoy yourself. Fleischmanns is
kosher. And becoming quite tradi-
tional. Because SO many people are
using it in recipes instead ol butter. It's
made from lOO'i corn oil. High in
liquid corn oil, so it's low in saturated
fats. One very delicious way to start
the family on a low saturated fat diet,
SO it's one very delicious way to help
lower the cholesterol in your system.
Fleischmanns' Margarine-. Delicious
on bread. Or hot vegetables. A very
good way to eat for the entire family.
And if grandma doesn't know what's
good for the family, who does?
Fleischmanns Margarine.
It makes sensible eating delicious.
New Ideas For Rosh Hashanah
BY ESTHER FEINBERG These bright new versions of traditional recipes seem most appropriate to
start the new year. Each includes an unexpected gourmet touch that we're sure you'll enjoy as much as we have.
Again, we're fortunate to be able to share favorite recipes from you, our readers. Happy cooking, happy eating,
and happy holidays from the makers of Hellmann's* and Best Foods"Real Mayonnaise.,
CHICKEN SALAD
2/3 CUP HSLLMANNS/8EST FOODS
Read Mayonnaise
11A cup tarragon wine vinegar
2 tablespoons Mazola corn oil
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 /2 teaspoon grated lemon rind
1 /8 teaspoon hot pepper sauce
4 cups diced cooked chicken
1 cup sliced celery
1 cup chopped pecans
1 /4 cup finely chopped onion
Stir together first 6 ingredients Toss with chicken.
celery, pecans and onion until well mixed. Chill.
Makes 6 to 8 servings.
Submitted by: Mrs. Susan Rolbery, College Park, Ga
Whole-egg Hellmann's/Best Foods is always tresh
and delicate to bring out the best in other foods.
OLD FASHIONED POTATO SALAD
4 cups diced cooked potato
1 1/2 cups sliced celery
1 /2 cup cnopped green onion
1 /4 cup sliced radish
2 tablespoons chopped parsley
1 CUP HELLMANN'S/BEST FOODS
Real Mayonnaise
1 tablespoon vinegar
2 teaspoons prepared mustard
1 /2 teaspoon celery seed
1 112 teaspoon salt /
1/8 teaspoon pepper
Mix together potato, celery, green onion, radish and
parsley. Toss with remaining ingredients until well
mixed. Chill. Makes 8 (3/4 cup) servings.
Submitted by: Mrs. J. Saoalotl. Bridgeport. Conn.
NEW TUNA SALAD
1 can (7 oz.) tuna, drained and flaked
4 hard cooked eggs, coarsely chopped
t medium size avocado, coarsely chopped
112 cup finely chopped onion
1 /2 CUP HELLMANN'S/BEST FOODS*
Real Mayonnaise .
1 /4 teaspoon sail
1 cup chopped Iresh grapefruit
Mix together tuna, egg. avocado, onion,Real Mayon-
naise and salt. Just before serving, stir in grapefruit.
Makes 6 servings.
Submitted by: Dr. Else Lewertoll, Tel Aviv, Israel
Hellmann's/Best Foods is so light and creamy-
smooth it's a perfect flavor blender.
BERNAISE SAUCE
1/4 cup dry white wine
3 tablespoons tarragon vinegar
1 tablespoon chopped onion
1 /4 teaspoon salt
Dash pepper
3eggyolk.
1 cup margarine, melted
1/2 CUP HELLMANN'S/BEST FOODS
Real Mayonnaise ^ .
Put in blender container, wine, vinegar, onion, salt.,
pepper and egg yolks. Blend on high speed a tew
seconds or until light and lemon colored, then slowly
add margarine until blended Pour into saucepan
Cook over low heat about 5 minutes or until mixture
thickens. Remove from heal; stir in mayonnaise.
Serve with tish. Makes 2 cups.
Submitted by: Mrs. J. C. Linder. Pittsburgh, Pa.
Hellmann's/Best Foods is Real mayonnaise .
won't separate even when heated in a recipelike this.
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HELLMANNS
West of Ihe Rockies. HeMmann s Real Mayonn ; -i
ao Best Foofls Real Mayonnaise. It's Ine SB r -: -U.
FISH TIME CASSEROLE
1 egg. slightly beaten .
112 CUP HELLMANN'S'BESt FOODS 1
Rea> Mayonnaise
1 tablespoon Hour
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/Bieaspoon pepper
172 cup chopped cucumber
2 tablespoons chopped green onion
2 cups cooked, flaked white fish (1 pc
1/2 cup shredded American cheese
6 pitted black olives, cul in haJI
Mix together first 8 ingredients, mixing thcoichly.
Turn into greased 1 -quart casieroie. Top wi'h che< se
and olives. Bake in 350 F. oven 30 minutes or until
cheese is melted Makes 4 servings.
Submitted by: Mrs F. Goldstein. Shaker Heights. Oho
PLEASE ... SEND US YOUR RECIPES
We'd be delighted if you'd share more of your favor-
ite Kosher mayonnaise recipec with us. We'll print
your name and send you $10 00 lor ar.y recipe we
use in our advertising Just send your special
for Hellmann's or Best Foods Mayonnaise to me:
Esther Feinberg. Consume- Service Dept.
Rest Foods Div. of CPC Intl., Inc.
Engtewood Cliffs, N.J. 07632
Be sure to include your name and address. All rec-
ipes become the property of Besl Foods. anJ nuy
be adjusted or edited before publication.


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*k**istfk*kM3r
Friday. September
197J
"V-
11 /taf # s^^foomnaf
bT BtTH SIBKIS
' > ;..-.'^r~ wonders. Take
-.--. ;;. as aaggested below, and "Open
to a famous M
dWi a- arc refer ling to meat baked wfth
mpla aauoc b teWna. The sauce is available,
rss. It is an I i ~a.-.-:'-.
i one of in. lustrlcs.
Th* (china sauce is ma4>- mainly of ---, I and it is
ting to note that this ,-eeo is surrounded with mysticism
la folkloi -irvi fairy tales. In the stor>' of Ali Baba and the
the doors of a cave full of treasures open when
famous "Open Sesame" corr-mand is heard. This derives
the fact that the ripe sesame fruit opens very iddmtjr. The
tehina ^auee car.not o;*n doors, but it sure can turn the
.'..; into one of your treasured recipes.
SCflTO
:i tap. pepper
L< cup olive oil
1 can Telrr.a tehina sauce
h can water
4 tbls. pine nuts.
ground leu meat
2 t tls. chopped parsley
2 medium onions, chopped
1 rr ashed clove of garlic
't tap. cinnamon
2 t-p. aaJt
Mix the meat with parsley, onions, garlic, cinnamon, salt
and pepper. Lightly grease four pyrex or aluminum flat plates
(bout seven inches in diameter'. Divide the meat mixture into
four parti and spread each on bottom of piate. making a round,
flat patty. Drizzle olive oil on top. Bake all at the same time in
a 400 degree fahrenheit oven for six minute=. Mix the tehina
with water. Sprinkle the meat with pine nuts and top
with the sauce. Bake an additional 10 minutes, until the tehina
-tat to brown. Serve immediately. Makes four servings.
* *
This is a delicious way to prepare fish. Use fresh or frozen
fi k t of cod or haddock to produce a most tasty, colorful dish
with an onr-ntal flavor. The fish is dressed with an easy-to-make
s..'-M-and-vour sauce, which is one of the classics of the Chinese
k.N/rvi. The sauce demonstrates the Chinese artful handling of
varied flavors, seasonings and ingredients. We learned this
recipe in Hong Kong and tried it out here, in our own kitchen.
The results surprised us. We have never seen our small children
eating fish with such gusto.
FISH FROM TH1 FAB EAST
1 pkg. frozen fish fillets
2 tbls. flour
1 tbls. cornstrach
'_ tap. >alt
Dash ginger
1 egg
l tbls. oil
Oil for frying
-'W I ;unl -...ur saiK-e:
'. ii- orange Juice
l tla. sugar
1 tsp. vinegar
Da-sh salt
2 tsp. soy sauce
2 tbls. ketchup
1 tbls. oil
1 small onion
lc clove
'z bell p>-
'.- carrot
2 ibu. green peas
2 tap cornstarch
Thaw the fish and cut into two-inch cubes. Mix the flour
wmstarch, ginger, salt egg and one tablespoon oil to malt
smooth batter. Put the fish into it and coat wall on all -
Heal Oil in a large skillet, fry the fish, turning to brown
y. !'.< move with slotted spoon and drain on paper towels
Set aside until you make the sauce.
Cut up the vegetables into thin strips. Add them to the
skillet and fry lightly. Remove from heat.
In a medium saucepan, bring the orange juice sugar
"""UP. vinegar, salt, soy sauce and oil to a boil; add the wgel
tables. Mix the cornstarch with two tablespoons water and add
staring constantly for one minute, until the sauce thickens Pour
the -auce over the fish and serve immediately. Serves four
* ir
This is a brightly colored cold salad that can be served as a
ma.n lunch-on dish, or ride dish at a summer dinner. It is a
cousin to potato salad, only much easier to prepare There are
no potatoes to peel and dice. Instead you use rice. The rice
ls dressed with a piquant dressing and colored with pieces of
beets. The result Ls surprising and refreshing.
COLORFUL RICE SALAD
2 cups rooked rici
i anal] can diced beets
l 3 '.-up oil
1/3 cup cider vinegar
2 'bis. lemon juice
3 tbls. chopped scallion
1 tsp. salt
l 3 cup mayonnaise
Dash pepper
1 cup chopped .salami, cold
cooked chicken oMhard-
boiled eggs.
"""""- 'ld xikH He with drained beets and chopped
scalbon In a bowl Mix the oil vinegar, lemon juice sal and
pepper thoroughly and pour over the rice mixture Cove and
refrigerate for at least one hour. U
Before serving, add salami, chopped chicken or chopped eggs
and mayonnaise: toss to coat everything, and serve imnSiately
To make the salad look even more interesting garnish with
olives, pickles, pimentos and/or parsley. Serves four persons
Holiday Ends Spring-Summer
The $15 000-added Sr-rint Handi-
cap and the $20.00O-added Stephen
A. Calder Handicap wi:: be fea-
over the Labor Day week-
end at Calder Race Course. The
holiday period brings to an end
the spring-summer season at Cal-
der Race Couise: the fall meeting
rnmence on Saturday. Sept.
16. and continue through Nov. 11.
Season of Calder Race Tr*H
P.eservations for aeating ^ f
i n:ng will be necessan on baJ
Saturday and Labor Day a^j "?!
be obtained by telephoning CaiZI
Race Course. Post time .- resenrjl
1.45 p.m. When racins r .rr*s|
ihe North Dade track : .ow^l
he 11-day respite, however, '
fall-winter post time of *
will be in effect.
U M
Arnold Sherman, author of the
recently published book "To the
Skies: The E! Al Story," was
bom and raised in Brooklyn.
N.Y. He emigrated to Israel in
1363 and has been company
spokesman and public relations
director of El Al Airlines since
1965. Mr. Sherman has written
hundreds of short stories and
articles in addition to four pre
vious books: "In the Bunkers of
Sinai," "Impaled on a Cactus
Bush." "Shadows of Mallorca,"
and "A Thought in the Night."
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Miami. Florida 33157
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Spaghetti
Preserves
Mayonnaise
Jellies
Noodles
Coffee
Candy
Jams
Dairy Foods
Detergents
Canned Fruit Drinks
Corn Oil
Macaroni
Drink Mixes
Salad Dressings
Olives
Olive Oil
Honey
Pourable Dressings
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No Calorie Sweetener
Extracts
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I I Friday, September 1, 1972
*Jewist nrridfictr
Page 7-B
Latest entry in the booming South Florida compact pickup
truck market is the new Ford Courier. Built in Japan by Toyo
Kogyo, Ltd., the Courier is powered by a four cylinder over-
head cam 109.5 cubic inch engine that delivers 79 net h.p.
on regular gas. The 74-inch by 62-incr cargo box can handle
payloads up to 1,400 pounds. For the campinge nthusist,
there are already a number of camper shells being manu-
factured that fit the Courier and sleep two adults. The Cour-
ier went on sale in South Florida Ford showrooms Friday,
Aug. 18.
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Ralph Gottlieb New Associate Director Of Student Center
The appointment of Ralph Got-
tlieb as associate director of Hillel
Jewish Student Center at the Uni-
versity of Miami was announced
here this week.
Mr. Gottlieb, who comes here
from Harvard Radcliffe Hillel
Foundation in Cambridge, Mass.,
where he served in a similar posi-
tion, is a native of Philadelphia,
Pa., and hole's Bachelor's degrees j
from Columbia University and the j
Jewish Theological Seminary. He
recently obtained his M.A. degree
in Contemporary Jewish Studies
from Brandeis University, where
he served as residence counselor
tor two years.
Mr. Gottlieb has had extensive
experience in both foi mal and in-
forma] Jewish education. He has ]
laught in Hebrew schools and serv-
ed as advisor to various synagogue
youth groups, and for nine sum-
men was a staff member at Camp ,
Ramah in the Pocono Mountains,
where he held positions ranging j
from counselor to program di-
rector.
The Center's new associate di-
rector has been to Israel five
times including service as a group
leader for the Ramah summer pro-
grams in Israel for the past two
.ears. He spent the year 1966-67
studying at the Hebrew Uni-
i varsity, and during that same year!
traveled to the Soviet Union,j
I where he was able to I'stablishj
contact with Jewish communities]
in several ciiies. He has lectured!
widely on his experiences in the!
Soviet Union and the predicament!
of Jews living in that country.
A New Recipe ...
From 11 el I inn 11 if s
Hel'.mann's Mayonnaise offers
this Hamburger Surprise recipe
for unexpected guests at this busy
time of the yeaC It's quick 'n
easy, and sure to be a treat at
your Yomtov table.
HAMBURGER SURPRISE
1 lb. ground beef
salt to taste
pepper to taste
cup Hellm;
Mayonnaise
2 tbls. finely chopped dill pickle
1 tsp. finely chopped onion
4 hamburger buns
Mix beef with pepper and salt;
shape into eight patties. Mix ma>-
onnaise, pickle and onion together.
Spoon one tablespoon pickle mix-
ture between two patties; seal
edge. Broil patties four inches from
source of heat four minutes on
each side or until browned. Serve
on hamburger buns. Makes four
servings.
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And What Have Youl
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8755 S.W. 16th Street
Now accepting High Holiday Reservations
"Apply your reservations Toward a yearly
membership during the month of September.
Slichos Rosh Hashanah Yom Kippur
CONDUCTED BY
RABBI EUIOT WINOGRAD CANTOR YEHUDA BINYAMIN
"
Doily Minyon Service
Nursery School
Dr. Myron Coulton
President
Hebrew & Sunday School
Jr. t Sr. USY Youth Program
Mr. Afher Melzer
Executive Director
For Information Call Temple Office 221-913!
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Do not separate yourself
*rn sn p Ehra
from the community
THE UNION OF AMERICAN HEBREW CONGREGATIONS
WORLD-WIDE SPONSOR OF REFORM LIBERAL JUDAISM,
INVITES YOUR PARTICIPATION AND WORSHIP.
Regional Office Dade Federal Building, 101 E. Flagler Street, Miami, Florida 33131
Regional Director Rabbi Sanford M. Shapero
i i
TEMPLE SINAI
The Reform Congregation of North Dade
18801 N.E. 22 Avenue, North Miami Beach
Ralph P. Kingsley, Rabbi Irving Shulkes, Cantor
Kenneth J. Schwartz, President
Sabbath Services: Fridays at 8:15 p.m.
Saturdays at 10:30 a.m.
For information concerning Membership,
Religious School Registration. Youth Groups
and our varied activities for Young and Old
Call 949-3429
TEMPLE JUDEA
5500 Granada Boulevard, Coral Gables
Serving Coral Gables and South Dade
RABBI MORRIS A. KIPPER
Sol Schreiber, President
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL YOUTH GROUP
ADULT EDUCATION
For Affiliation and Information
Phone 667-5657
5950 S.W. 88 St. (N. Kendall Drive)
Miami. FloYida
The Suburban Reform Congregation
Cordially Invites You to Join
Its Congregational Family
NURSERYRELIGIOUS AND HEBREW SCHOOLl
ADULT EDUCATION AND YOUTH GROUPS
Herbert M. Baumgard. D.H.L.. Senior Rabbi
Barry Altman, Associate Rabbi
Adjacent to Kendall and Coral Gables
Phone 667-5587
TlMPlt BETH SH0L0FA
RABBI LEON KRONISH, D.D.
4144 Chase Avenue, Miami 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
TEMPLE ISRAU OF GREATER MIAMI
137 N. E. 19th Street
Beginning Our 5*st 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
Sabat Palm Elementary School
For Temple Affiliation and Religious School
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Information Call 379-8311
The Synagogue Is Survival"


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+Jewish thrHiyr
Friday, Sep4embeT 1, 1972
\Jltt iKaLbi ^}p*altt J-rom Jit* f^ulpit
Let is Stand United
igioits
*S
}ervices
)' i 1
it* KABKI MHB KAAB
Tempi* Beti Bapfcarl
wsi* to stand lasxir. The

.- : even all the
In oda lion of the hi of teat ..--.-. your

three-,,. ( ^
By RABBI DR SANTA J. FOX
". I T*k .-
What i- the mean in.: of the
e\pr-.*ion "^Jillta." ithirll b
..'Idul to 1 h>- mum- of u ili-tin-
cui-beil raliiii when urltinc to
him formally or Sfaialdag "'
MIAMI
A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 5 SW 7th Awe. Orthodo*
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
----------
ANSHE EMES M33 SW 1th Awe.
Conservative Cantor Sol Pakowitz 2
----------
BETH AM (TEMPLE) SMO N. Ken.
dall Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard 3
ii.. H rmna tapir Hi .
T-. Kaap tp The Spirit."

infi a be t t e i
.....' r i
'.
o
The tvord "snlita" is an abbre-
ided by viat.'.n for the Hebrew words that
BETH DAVID. 2S26 SW 3rd Awe.
Conservative Rabbi Sol Landau
Cantor William W. Lipaon 4
ru Dai Ultsvab: !
'f Mr :- ri l Mr- M.m in l:
Clause which blesses midnight Bettcoth.
,J referred to. The full soo~7w~i7th Aw., ortho.
ition have we been a- Sheyichyeh LOrech dox Ratb. h Rothman 5
Wl,W* BETH KODES-HT"io7sw 12th Awe.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Leon Segal 6
pro i;* pulling ii :ec- .nake up a clause which blesse
lal referred to. The ful
at :! Sheyichyeh L'Orecl
are to- yomim Ten-fan, Arr which
of Israel were Icl means. "May he live foi
told the follow. Amen."
... > .,< .. *.. I kn I
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Eucl-d A
Orthodox Rabbi Oawid UArfliW
Cantor Abraham Seif. !,r'il
---------- "
MENORAH (Temple) S20 7th ti
Coneerwatiwe. Rabbi Mayer Aarin."
owita Cantor Nico Feldman. % \
PrMaj T:IS i- m Baiwlaj '''
Ultr ah. \'i. t.r. kh :.;
Davhl Maya: DttdalBhi .-.
NER TAMID (Tempie). 80th St sm
Tatom Waterway. Conser,v,
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor eY
ward Klein. ^
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bon-., D.
Orthodox. Rabbi Ph.neis ,,
man. ..
Saturday l a.m. K1n-i s.. >
J rx--
Such an expression i- a general
ng and between '7""dmMdl
'' "f *->'"s ones
he. and blessing upon an
... ... :a!
BETH TOV (Temple) 64S8 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Cantor Seymour
Hinkes 8
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER
Miami. 137 NE 19th Street. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 10
----------
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Paul J.
Bender, Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
M-rriM.ii ti.jn.
th<- Lord", 18
p.m. Bellcotli sermon took "C mi
Prepared "
mual when rcf him.
obbiBoob Nero
light shine, or
f 'r an,i ,|a"n" ***** ** "Sheyichyeh" (May he Live) are
and 2&tttttt\tt5fm ,eU-'-m* "' ^ =SS 5"
.....~* * Al- punuit of hai and of "live ""mal,J-
imj^itant to stand and help live'" Since a rabbi is usually a man of
MeaTS !S n"TCJr 'iiLin! S Th.s new leader should be char- **JS" a ,oncer blossin" is r- or olom .Temp,*, 8755 sw uth
J ing position. There Is the neerl ..,,.,_.,. ,,,. foiiovvin- itwre. dtCd- Thi aWIilly assumed that |l Con.erwatiwe. Cantor Vehouda
obe alert and to Itend up fe, J "- fo,owta8 ,n" one cannot be ntnitral about peo- -Js^TSft*. m top,, **
,,. ; I'le. One must always wish a oo rhen was a time when our pao- j *aesi ;,'- leader who knows pereon well "' '"''' "'"' Judaimn of the
i Ii did not stand erect. In the where he la going, why he is go- iTorah Era"
of Europe and ;n the anti-1 Ing "'' how to get there. I Likewise, it is a custom. when|TirntRi
Semitic countries of the world our Bleated la the lead) r who knows "''"""-' '" a demonic person who Awe
people would always eringe, bow I how to lead without beine dicta- iiS noww f* his evil to add the ;
down and trj to be as Inconspicu-
ous is possible. Thej changed
li.'-u names and changed their
noses but could not relinquish
ti kiii Moses.
Even here In America, until the
eieal on ol the State of Israel in
Jinx, we wen- afraid to stand
ererl and to claim our rights and
piivileges. The psychology behind
i thinkiag was always -'What
will the aentlles say?"
However, merely Standing up is
n enough. It is oply th- first
s'ep. \vk MUST Si'AND FfiR
, TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miam.
Awe. Coneervative. Rabb< Maurice
14
1 tor la I; true leaders are humble.
,., .u i i. i "' "hicli means "May his name
Blessed Is the leader who deve ops .,,. ___. .; .. ,"
i i_-. i and memory lx? erasei. The atter
leadeiship while leading. i_ ,_.....,"j .
I |v ''nlv used for iieople who are
Llessed Is the leader who seeks'more or less universally tecog-
the l>est for those he serves. I m.d as extremely evil. Such an
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER (
Collins Awe. Rabbi Sadi Nanr- ai 3j
----------
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAi-.i
44 waihmgton Awe. Rabbi Avrono'-i
Groner. j,
Saturda) Biidnlsat. Bellcoth
----------
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79th Street cui-.
way. North Bay Village. Centtrvi.
tiwe. Rabbi Marwin Goldsor. Ciirj-
Murray Yawneh. 33.A
NORTH MIAMI BtACH
ADATH YESHURUN (Temple), ikj
NE Miami Gardens Dr. Co"se-va.
tiwe. Rabbi Milton Schlinsky. cn!
tor Reuwan Eckhaus
Saturday 11:30 p n ''
----------
BETH TORAH. NE 164th 6t. al 11t
Awe. Conservative. Rabbi Max Li-
schitz. Cantor Jacob B. Menfle'son 31
Saturday. Bar Mltsrah: Dai
.Mr. ninl Hn, Matthew Eti i
mldnleTht Sellcoth net. I
BNAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW i3;rd S-
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel
Cantor Jack Lerner, I
Saturday 11:30 p.m. Belimth ..
head in the clouds, but his feet
on I he ground.
A leader is liest when people bare-
ly know he exists.
Not so cikkI when people obey and
acclaim him.
Fail to honor a people and they
SOMETBlMei Ueare-truly-in:|pfiai,;0h0n0r|T,
led to stand before the Lord BtJ[ttj[ a *"** toate wh" U,lks
: expression "Yimach Shmo V'zich- z'on (Temple) sooo Miner Rd. con-
servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro, i
Cantor Errol Helfman. SINAI (Temple) of NORTH DAOEl
16 18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform Race,
Friday evening, tbhhi topir: "Pr- I R'ph P. Kingsley. Cantor Irvmgl
Hiah Holyday Thoasjhm.- Saturday Shulkes. 371
morn Inn, B'nal Mitzvah Mitchel I "atarday :' 13 p.m., social hoar
,......------.~......,..,, r>... ota.11 un r"r-""'1- '"l Brooka Lerkow; mi.I- I ""thl BeBoath senrlce
Illessed Ls the leader who has his expression was added to the name tS^tSSTZtSSTiim^n^ SKV LAKE VMAoSoOt. 1815- Nil
hcml in the nlmwh hut hie font of 1 llor tnm aumuik lath Awe. Orthodox. Rabbi JonanEI
Caplan. |
Baturda) midnichl. |ri--Si-!ii eth
of Hitler, for example.
Why are the M-vpn Sabbaths
that fall l..-iu.-.-ii Tlsha Bavalid
Kosh llu>hanuh treated aa u
special unit?
OUI God which means following in
Us commandments.
Standing for something means
commitment to the "American
Dream" of Washington. Jefferson.
Lincoln ami Truman. If means to
live up to Jewish idealism, to Is-
rael and to Jewry throughout the
world. It means working to elim-
inate poverty, to do away with
pollution and to bring about clear
communication between the gen-
eratioitt. There need not be a gen-
eration gap. if the young would
When his work is done, his aims
fulfilled.
They will all say. "We did this
ourselves."
THEREFORE LET US STAND
FIRM! LET US STAND FOR
SOMETHING! LFT US STAND
UNITED!
sWUM
TI^5RFTH J*-COB (Temple). 951 E. served oy SUteTbood:" 1i"a,'nV7*Se:
4th Awe. Conserwatiwe. Raljbi Na. service
than Zolondek. 15. ___#
IViii.iv iU p.an s.rmen tnpir: "R^. i VOUNG ISRAEL OP
iiKii.n Needs Praparadnem Saturday
These seven Sabbaths are called SafeoU?aarvsST-" """r n"""iE,"
the "Sheva D'Nechamta" which I
means "the seven (Sabbaths i of
Consolation."
The particular emphasis comes
from the content of the seven
WOtTH M/AMf
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. 2225
NE 12Sth St. Coneervsrtiwe.. Rabb.
Joseph Gorfmkel. Cantor Ben Zion
Kirschenbaum. 35
GRE-TEll
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. OrthodOK.F
Rabbi Zalman Kossowsky. 3)v
Shalom To Meet Sept. 12
The Shalom Group of the Hoi-
take one stop toward "the e'lden I &!, ?a,f',0r of Ha,1fsah wi"
and the DlZ. .J step toward : ,o'r^ mect"ns f the soa-
step toward | ,on at 12:30 p m Tuesday. Sept.
and the elders one
the youth.
Hence we see that it is impor-
tant to stand up; it is important
t- stand for something; but above
all it is important to stand united
Our forefathers, indeed, were
12. at the Home Federal Building,
1720 Harrison St.. Hollywood.
Coffee and cake will be served
prior to the business portion of
the meeting, according to Lillian
Hut tor, president.
Haftoroth (prophetic portions)'' ., MIAMI UACH
that are read on each of these *38B*H! '2*.AEL W % Awe.
seven Sabbath moi-nings respec
tively. The portions are selections
from the Prophetic books which
seek to console the people of Is-
rael in the midst of their suffer-
ing.
The seven portions thus read
follow a special order so that they
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac M. Ever.
Basaroay 12:31, m seik-oth.
BETH ISRAEL 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro.
Be ^AC2- 30? Waahington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahv T Swir.
t*v. Cantor Maurice Mamchea 1
8 f.TrRAJHA^*:?i;"p<,P- J^-
H5 -Aw*- Conservative. Rabbi
Oav.d R.,b. Cantor Saul Brea+,7 M
may not be interchanged with one Vi"-S, uithm,m r*'T'"' f""""''' "
another .Tosafot. Megillah 31b..1 j ^^U.e^^SJ,^
Some commentaries like to te- *3k,ri?Ltt DM*"' ,n,dn'ch,
gard the seven imrtions as a dia-
logue between the people of Israel
and the Almighty. At first the
prophet himself tries to console
the people, then the people refuse
BETH SMOLOM (Temple). 4144 Chaa#
Cantor David Coaviaer 21
BthTodoJFn.'t^?5_^c'id Aw- O'-
thodox. Rabb, Joseph e. Raekov-
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Nitzavim- Vayalech
i
^.^"S.^^Sr^-.Te^1^- 5 -
m wmmm
whole commumty in lh, di^.w-,-. o, destruction and 22
future ,;,).,,,1n.s an(1 ,lisUnt .^ ^JJ-hen
* .-.an,,,, ,iu.y wouk| b, tol(| ,hat God's nd-
mm. n to .dm worslnp. Ncverthelesa, even then ahm.irf ,h,
cxUo. si,.,, u,. intone., God wou.d h ,. 2gl un^
h-m and .core m to their land. Their DerWoTvS
,..,,!,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.....ddo,,,.;(,inc,11ytl,,i:S
Is should net be ..... aMficolt to return to G.kI for the Com
- -' nol bond man', capaciS or m bm
-.l,,nhisu.1d.,,,ndin,1,d...... They had the ^cTSweS
on the other. Lei them choose |jfc by |oWng [(i|(|
toW. wto^d IeavlK hi,, ,)tll; SyZj
dv.vll In the land promised to their ancestors
to lie consoled with the prophet '
alone. The prophet re,x>rts this f^Ytf-llS!^"! CONOBEGA.
back to God who then Himself *** M-h.*" Av",w*- ***
i consoles the people after which the : ^"^"Ww congheoation
lieople are consoled. Jgjy *JeWiigaa Ave. orthodox:
TLsha B'av. whieh Ls the anni- \ CuUN **.HT^~'*'
versary of the destruction of the! ^KmVXS^^JSBSBS^SSt
Temple in Jerusalem is thus fol- \ ^S**"- Wf'feff slat
lowed by a progressive series of ***> ma
COIAI CAMUS
JUOEA (Templej. 5500 Granada Blvd.
Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper. *
Friday :1." p.nj lull lllllll topic 'I*>w
r-ru.-| i,ut braalU?". Bautnlay n
p.m.. social hour: l6:S0 p.m. bVllcoO)
service.--.
ZAMORA fTemple). 44 Zamera An. i
Conservative. Rabbi Maawetl A.
Berger. 41
suttrsm
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION.
S Harding Ave., Svrfside Tow"
348 Harding Ave., Orthodox. Rsdb
Isaac D. Vine. j)
f0*T lAUOHMALl
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 7100 W.
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Akivi
Brilliant. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
Matunlay ll:ao p.m. Baticoth servlo*)
EMANU-EL. M46*wTOaklortd Part
Blvd. (Reform). Rabbi Arthur J.
Abrsms. Cantor Jerome Klement. 41
KMPAHO UACH
SHOLOM (TemeUe). tS2 SE Mth Av
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. Skop
Cantor Jacob J. Ronxee.
MAJp*TE JEWISH CENTER 10l
NVV 9th St.
KAUAMDAU
HALLANOALE JEWISH CENTE*
Cantor Roy. Jacob Danxiger. 1.1 I
NE. 1st Ae.
Houmooe
f-Til E*- vTompea). 135^ $. utt\ Av
,. *form- Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. 1
iriUay 8:15 p.m. Dr. Abrahum Fl!-
r will sneak on "la Our Educalifi
Ralavant?"
ai?d u,he Rh Hashanah holiday
which is confronted with hope in- Hebrew academy j^v. .
suad of despair. tJ^^^Mm XZJSSffT
I De^crotic Condidote Rally ']i?^Sz^
I The Democratic Club of Miami ______. ***
I Beach win hold an 'All Demo-i JA.CV" c. cohen community
I Demoeratic candidates speak. The
! tT1.'n^ Wl" be krated by
Wally duck, executive life piwi.
dent.
~~~- CTempl6/. icv, jDnnion *
conservative. Rabbi David Shir
Cantor Vehda Heilbraun. I
Saturday tn:si) to 11:13 p.m. In Habr
^irp Han, uncial set-tORetlnT. 11:11
p.m. Kii.ieK and talk by Mart* Roll-
man and her trip to Israel and Ruiub;
ml.hiifc-ht Sellcoth servicen.
MWAMA*
ISRAEL (Temple). e20 SW 35th St
Conservative. Rabbi Avrom Dran"
i.Jr*"*or *branam Kester.
11 l.r.'..av 9:-1r) "* With *
ifahr. 11 p.n, Seli.oih aerrlcML
luei.iny 9 a.m narFry wnno| h^dns:
4 p.m. afternoon Hebrew school beeTlSI
-

^^^^%V'i
CANDLELIGHTING TIMF
22 ELUL 7:20
1.....^^VVMVfVtn^>a)av^J>^^J
^MinicJ Unical 'JJevimion "Program*
' ~ 2 !V:r!?- Th" Jew-'' ^t^hip Hour
Beat. 3 c, 7 f' Eusone Labovitz. Temple Nor Tamid
Ho-, o S. The SU" Sma" ***
HMt. Rabbi Solomon Schiff, director, Community
t liaplainey Service
Topic: "Rosh Hashanah"
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[riday, September 1. 1972
*Jf h '$* florSdllcir
Page 9-3
Police Chiefs View Of
Miami Beach Convention
Temple Monorail's Teens To Elect, Install Officers
Continued fn>m Page I-it
later went into Mm army, After-
wards, he became a postman in
Thn( only started oH the Jewish Miami i!(.arh |)U, in 194H when
,,, m the Interview. Do you he vvas 21 h(, jolned thp yUuni
Beach police force which, by the
way, l>;is only a few Jews among
its present complement of 250
menvoera.
,.,- gnizc that man's picture over
(here .in t:ie wall?" asked Rocky.
h-cMlleiits Truman and Johnson.
ficc President Humphrey and
. Davis were there and. sure
(nougli, ;i n autographed j,'los-y
i D. Ben-Gurlon." Then Rocky
loiil about how he and Hope, while
] .i Israel, went to the We ii. Wall, uh< ih Ro:ky explained to
Pic non-Jewish VOA man present
ihr "so-called Wailing Wall."
\ Ither Hope nor I are par-
jcularly devout," Rocky said. "We
fin! :il! our family were married
J% Rabbi (Irving) Lehrman who
president of the United Synn-
Jojiii- <>i America ant he is a ood
|;,,: i of ours. We don't so often
temple (Conservative Emanu-
tli but I found a deep emotional
fcripacl which I didn"t expect. I
lUght I'd have an intellectual
I elation. Hope had tears run-
in : down her checks. I can't ex-
Piiin it."
Afterward*, Rocky said, he saw
ki old rabbi putting on his tfillin '
;,t "relic: ted communication be-
ivcn him and GihI. I was speech-
<. 'Unit's so unlike me. I was so I
loved, 1 couldn't talk."
| When Rocky, born in the Bronx i
1927. was five years old, his
[other was widowed. He and his
Idcr brother came with her in i
H"' to the Miami area where their
>r and her husband had an |
t. nge (trove.
Too young for military service.
[Joined the Merchant Marino and
idassah Group To Hear
irty Platforms Discussed
'airways Riviera Group of the
l an lale Chapter of Hadassah
III hold an open meeting in the
kanova Room of the Home Fed-
al Tank Bldg., 2100 Hallandale
\i\ 4i Blvd., Wednesday at 2 p.m.,
liiiii; to Mrs. Louis Brach-
1. program chairman.
iTie meeting will feature a dte-
ksion of both party platforms.
pnocratic State Committecman
G. -Mack Davis, a delegate to
recent Democratic Conven-
will discuss the things his
hy stands for; presenting the
Imblican view)>oint will 1m? A.
py Roylston. chairman of the
publican Party of Broward
jnty, who is also a State Com-
Heemen and delegate to the
ty convention.
Ro.ky is really Rooky's name.
He was born Arnold Pomerance,
but when he ran for constable in
Miami Reach in 1956 he changed
it legally to Rocky, i Nicknames
arc prohibited on the ballot and
The teenagers or Temple Menu-
rah will begin the New Year with
an installation dinner Saturday
evening in the temple's social hall.
The election of officers will pro-
cede the dinner; a rock dance will
lollow.
The teen program ol Temple
Menorah lias a two-fold function,
including both social activities and
social service. The incoming ad-
ministration will outline plans
which will involve the teenagers
not only in synagogue activity but
i:' supplying the needs of the aged
and indigent ol" the Community.
Following the dance the young
people will join in a specially edit-
ed "Selichdt Service" at midnight.
letion-dinner. will engage in a
"dialogue at midnight," with re-
presentatives of the young people
participating in a lively discussion.
For the Havdallah service, an
tutdoor candlelight service held at
'he waterfront, hundreds of teen-
agers will converge on Menorah
under the direction of Ronald Hel-
ler, youth director.
nobody knew Arnold I'omerance. | The young people will participate
only Rocky Pomerance. I I in the service both in English read-
Now do you know why Rocky is *" "J I',;""'u '^'"'"^
so well known and liked? I Ua,'1)' '"ni"n ,,'~ uho "'" *
(->. 187S. Jewish Telegraphic Agencj i H"' installing Officer ul the inslal-
>
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If you are
| getting married...
This basket holds
Information and
gifts especially
helpful for you.
Call your
Welcome Wagon
hostess today.
751-2373
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 REPENTANCF"
RELIGIOUS SERVICES WILL BE HELn AT THE
Jewish Section of
Woodlawn Park Cemetery
3260 S.W. 8th STREET
Sunday, September 3rd. 1972
10:00 A.M.
Rabbi 5. T. Swirsky
Rabbi Sol Landau Rabbi Max Shapiro
WILL OFFICIATE
Cantor WILLIAM UPS0N
WILL CHANT THE LITURGY
O
ALSO AT THE
Mount Sinai
Memorial Park Cemetery
1125 N.W. 137th STREET (Opa Locka Blvd.)
Sunday, September 3rd, 1972
2:00 P.M.
Rabbi S. T. Swirsky Rabbi Max Shapiro
Rabbi Sol Landau
WILL OFFICIATE
Cantor Maurice Mamches
WILL CHANT THE LITURGY
SEATS AND A TENT WILL BE SET UP
PRAYERBOOKS WILL BE FURNISHED
THE JEWISH COMMUNITY IS CORDIALLY INVITED
HYMAN CHABNER
President
FREDRIC ROSENTHAL
Vice President
5505 NORTHWEST 3rd STREET, MIAMI
Uiviivs i/oii to attend
Special Memorial Services
Sunday, Sept. 3,1972
vontluvtvtl bif
RABBI MORRIS A. KIPPER
TEMPLE JUDEA
10:00 A.M.
RABBI MAXWELL BERGER
TEMPLE ZAMORA
10:30 A.M.
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
11:00 A.M.
RABBI MAX SHAPIRO
CONGREGATION BETH KODESH
11:30 A.M.
RABBI SOL LANDAU
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
12:00 NOON
RABBI ELLIOT WINOGRAD
TEMPLE OR OLOM
12:30 P.M.
RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
TEMPLE MENORAH
1:30 P.M.
RABBI BARRY TABACHNIKOFF
TEMPLE ISRAEL
Section K (Richter Mausoleum)
2:00 P.M.
SUNDAY, SEPT. 17, 1972
RABBI MAX A. LIPSCHITZ
BETH TORAH CONGREGATION
10:15 A.M.
For Further Information
Call MO 1-7693


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Jewlstncrkton
Friday, September 1, )M
LEGAL NOTKE
LEGAL NOTKE
LEGAL NOTKE
LEGAL NOTKE
LEGAL NOTKE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to .-rear*- in
under the f ;.me of
BUR DEVELOPMENT ..' Bulb 9
Dad-iand Tower*
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-4234
In RE EMati
HKVP.V T WHITE
I... .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-3900 (Blanton)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: BMiU I
JULIUS weissman,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-16813
IN RE- The Marriage of
ESTHER CURRY.
Wife,
and
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
fNO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Tne
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72.166m
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
CIVIL ACTION
NO 78 -6-U2
NOTICE
IN !:;' ~
LAWRENCE 1 IHNKEN.
A m.r -
T" PATRICK W BEHNKEN
!; ildenci
T( ARE XI >' -v. !. .
GEORGE i: -
filed petli
i tin fi .- !.. .- mir...r
child nnr I In the pel and you
ar-
t Court by the 22nd
I si a- cause why
the petitn r. -; u : : t granted:
.--.
'%'' y r the
aui ption.
WITNESS my hard and th<
fl "" August II. 171 a; MI-
am.. Dade County, V
E l LBATHERMAN,
a- Clerk of a* c urt
By L s I.-PIETRO
.r. a" Deputy Clerk
fCircult Court Seal!
V. ROBERT CARU8LE
Attorney for the Petitioner
299 Alhambra Circle
Coral Gablea. Florida 33135
Telephone: (48-0818
s is-;.-; i |.|
Mlai
August A-D : "_
LUTHER I. WHITE
Ai tars Admin atrator
Pirst ; u: this tlce on
' I August. :: T.
ANDREW .1 T' .TH
'rator
- Park It .
Miami Shores, Florida
s 25 9'1-8-1!
..... -- ------ ..... imyie'i court on or ueiore the 10 aa\ i "" "<>"*> uuuuiihu., ail
"V".". .. ... v ,. t >' September. 1972. in default of i Petitioner, whose address is .. \- .'
! :V,i',mi1; V'V Ihl8 Uln: which Petition will be taken as con-:*?/"! Street. Miami. Florida 83HT. iS
I V III ^ He Uy All 1 i .
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 71-5297
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO UAKE
I August, A I> 1872
IKVlNi; WEISSMAN
As Executor
Plrl publication of this notice on
lay of August, 1972.
I 'avid 8. K'umble
Attorne) for Executor
Lincoln Road, Bulte 214
.Miami Beach. Florida 33139
2S 9 1-8-15
feased ..gainst you.
Dated this 15 day of Aug. 1972.
E li LBATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
C M. HEARSE DC.
(Circuit Court Seal)
8 18-25 9 1-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.NOTRE IS HEREBY GIVEN that In business under the fictitious name
APPLICATIONFOR DISTRIBUTION '''-rM*"7'-d /desiring to engage in | of Snug Haibor Townhouse* at loth
AND FNAFLD,SCH ARGE sr V 7 r,"'^' L,^-ri'.^'i'^ ""Sal* ft*?""! an" ''.'" .<*". *-.W. North
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
IN THE COUNTY JUUGES COURT
IN AND FOR C'OE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-3874
In RE: Estat* of
JACOB SII.VERSTEIN"
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors .aid All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of JACOB SILVEP.STEIN deceas-
ed late of Dade County, Florida, to
,nd SS"12 JudB" of D*"* County.
'"V"Vh* *me in duplicate and as
Provided m Section 733.16. Florida
Statutes, In their offices in the County
Courthouse In Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publi.-ation hereof
or the same will be barred
Dated at .Miami, Florida, this 9th
day of August. A D. 1972
HARRY IRVING 8ILVER8TEIN
HAROLD DAVID SILKY
_, As Executors
,h v"-'v'"ib"';"inn "' ,nls notice on
the 26th day of August, 1972.
HENRY NORTON
Attorney for
Batata of Jacob Silverstein
14'i6 Biscayne Building
_____ v -" I 1-S-1S
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
IN RE E li
RETA MAY BEECHER
!>' eased.
NOTICE Is hereby given that I have
filed my Final Report and Petition for
Distribution and Final P'scharge as
Executor of the estate of RETA MAY
HER, deceased: and that on the
l*th day of September, 1871. win ap-
| ply to the Honorable County Judges
'f Dade County. Florida, for approval
,< -ajrt v.,\ R,.-- ar-d for "tHh...
tion and fmal discharge as Executor
of the estate of the above-named de- i
cement This lsth day ol August. |
HENRY NORTON-
HENRY NORTON
Attorney
14"6 Biscayne Building
-Miami. Florida 33130
S'25 9/1-8-15
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-3982
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
LENA STOCK
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
hig Claims or Demands Against aald
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
Which you may have against the es-
V\nJ lAF-SA STOCK deceased late
of Dade County, Florida, to the Coun-
y Judges of pde County, and file
J" J,a,me'" d"Pcate and as pro.
vided in Section 733.16. Florida Stat-
utes, m their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof
or the same will be barred
Dated at .Miami, Florida, this 8 day
of August, AD. 1972.
Sidney M. Arnnnvlts
As Executor of the Estate of
_, Lena Stock
nJ'T,P"b,Jcal,on the li day of August. i,72
ARONOVITZ. SILVER & BOOTH
"d:::1;;^""E8,a,e of ,-* *.
!-o Alnalay Building, Miami. Fla
,____ 6/11-18-25 9/1
SIN LICK RESTAURANT at 1442
IW. 41'th Street. Hialeah. Fla Intends
( to register said name with the Clerk
"f the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
FELIPE LI
1/28 9/1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious names of
ECO NO MOTOR INN
ECONO ROADSIDE INN
ECONO TRAVEL LODGE
ECONO HOTEL
E'( ..Vi i M' 'TEL
ECONO LODGE
ECONO TRAVEL
ECONO INN
ECONO HOISE
at 924 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami,
Florida, intends to register said names
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
JERRY GRANGER
MAC MERMELL
Attorney for Jerry Granger
100 g.W. Third Avenue
Miami, Florida 33129
8/25 9/1-8-15
Ser^i = ^irtix 3 eg* fx
a0H2rCUU CUrl Dade Cou"t>--l2S6838nlN>W?n0Sdsr.r^t
file the original with the clerk i
the above styled court on or btfrn
September 2". 1972: Otherwise :. df
| fault will be entered again.- u -
I the relief demanded In the i mplaint
or petition. '
This notice shall be publlsl 1 nnr.
each week for four conaecutivi *>
, in THE JEWISH FLORID!AN
WITNESS my hand and ihe !tal
of said court at Miami. Florida
14 day of Aug 1972 *
E. B LBATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florid.,
By C M. BEAKSE
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal I
Florida.
COUNTRY ADDITIONS. INC..
a Florida corporation
By: Eleanor Hand, Vice President
Myers. Kaplan. Porter. Levinson &
Kenln
Attorneys foi Applicant
8 18-25 9 1-8
Miami, Florida 33146 691-5931
Attorney for Petitioner
8.18-2-. f
-I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NUMBER 72-16197
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
_.____pOR ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DA.TE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE '
. No. 71-1255
In RE: Estate of
E8TRELLA GOMEZ
Di eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
to ah Creditors and ah Personi Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Batata:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any .(aims and demands
which youimay have against thi ea-
ate of E8TRELLA GOMEZ d.....
late :1 Dade County. Florida to the
Countj Judges ., ,, and IN RE
,ih i f:,J"" '" ''U"i '" Pro- THE MARRIACP OP
"''' H Plorlda Rtat. GEORGE wot vv5
"'- J" '' o'flcei in the County Husband '
Courthouse In Dade County, r : r "" a"^
-norths from -he | MARGARET C FI YNV
time or the firs publication hereof. wife
or the same will be b
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 2th
day of August, A li 1973
GERARD A VBQA
As Administrator <'um Testamento
Annexo
First publication of this notice on
' Isl day ol September Ian
GOLDMAN OOLDSTEIN
& PACZIRR
Attorney for Estate
24('i We-t Plagler St.
B 1-8-16-22
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
. No' > (Blanton)
In RE: Estate of
JCLJCS VYEISSMAN
Deceased.
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
! ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT
lou 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
m 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
thei action of said Court in admitting
said will to probate should not stand
unrevoked,
John R. Blanton
County Judge
By NADINE S JENNINGS
Clerk
David 8. Humble
Attorney
i 350 Lincoln Road, R-214
| Miami Beach. Florida
First publication of this notice on
the 25 day of August, IJ7J.
C. J. SEAL
8/25 9/1-8-15
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. FLORIDA rntend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Countv
Florida.
John Lubar
Mary Andre
8.11-18-25 9,1
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
il; ,g}Zr St*'- 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.
MI1S R. LOPEZ
RODOLFO L. LOPEZ
8/4-11-18-25
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
r>i RE: Estate of
No. 72-3982
LENA STOCK
Dec-eased
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT
You are herol.y notified thai a writ-
ten Instrument purporting to be the
last will and testament of said de-
cedent has 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. hv
the action of said Court In admitting
said will to probate should not stand
unrevoked.
FRANK B. DOWI.INO
County Judge
By MELBA C. DICK
ARONOVITZ. SILVER & BOOTH
Attorneys Estate of Lena Stock
deceased
908 Ainsley Building
Miami. Florida 33132
fCircuit Court Seal)
f, rtLpu,b,!ca"on of """ "<><* on the
11 day of August, 1972
8/11-18-25 S/l
TO: MARGARET C. FI.YNN
MO Falrvlew Road
\\ oodlyn, Pa
YOI- aj,b HEREBY NOTIFIFn
that ar, action for Dissolution of M.r
vo,f eVS ',e";n V,,ed ln >ou and
>ou are required to serve a eonv i
your written defenses If an? r -
lon^'-'V FATH- M~ZS'*Z*&
tloner. whose address la (,>: J,,,\,
f ir.hT' P,iv^M,ami- i--^Tda:vand
Ille the original with the Clerk f Th*
-- court on or before Sep.*
enter i" '"hvrv^ a default will be
m ni i'*a:n"' 5"u f"r the relief d*
ri",'L w'i!*- Complaint or Pet tion
.. } .-NES!' m-v hand and the seal t
E B. LEATHERMAN,"
1 lerk, t'ir.uit Court
Dade Countv. Florida
(Attorney for Petitioner)
_ 8/11-18-25 9/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
._ NAME LAW
,.NOT'cE '8 HEREBY GIVEN that
he undersigned, desiring to engage
' PRANK PHOTO STUDIO at 2347 1 "v^tiuil
Blecayne Boulevard. Miami, Fla. in- Sul"' S12, 420 Uncoln Rd
Clerk "f rrrfiSTr Kai'1 name wlth ,he "each. Florida 588-7575
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-3955
.___NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
CLARA M FELSER
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
Estat a'm8 r D,man 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. FELSER de-
K'1', of Dade County. Florida,
iLlh,eCou.n,-v Judges of Hade Countv,
and Hie the same in duplicate and as
S^,','. i'" -S,-0"on "33.16. Florida
Statutes in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade Countv Flor-
ida, within six calendar month! from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred
d.v'T', "' :Mlami "'"-Ida.' this 14
day of Aug., AD. 1972.
Richard I. Kroop.
Attorney for Executor
th.Tv i"Ubl',-n"on of thla notice on
the is day ..f August 1871
RICHARD I KROnp
EXECUTOROSEPH PESLBR- JR-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COLRT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-4221
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
CHESTER A. NOLAN,
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav.
ing Claims or Demands Against SaM
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re.
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you mav have agait t
the estate of CHESTER A. NOLAN
deceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same in duplicate :.ii
as provided in Section 733.16 Florida
Statutes. In their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County, Fli -
Ida. within six calendar months frrm1
the time of the first publication her
of. or the same will be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, thi- !Mh
day of August. A.D. 197"
___ STEUA M. NOLAN-
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI
As Executors
thf"! HUb"oa,ion of th" no,lpe en
tne th day of August. 197;
KURT WELLISCH.
Attorney at Law
CHESTER A NOLAN. Dec.
17 Almena Avenue. Coral Gables
r lorida.
________ 8 25 8/1-8-18
ri#, NOTICE UNDER
v-?i!.CJ,TIOU8 NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to enc, ce
in hiisiness under the fictitious
of SELECT INSURANCE AG1
isftJKi K',h street- H'l-h. Fia.
Intend to register said name with the
< lerk of the Circuit Court of I i
County. Florida
HCMBERTO S. RODRIOFFZ
MIRIAM A. RODRIGUEZ
_______ 8/25 8/1-S-15
r-i>.L. .C ;., ""'"f wnn tne
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad.
County. Florida. e
FRANCIS G. GARCIA
8/25 9/1-8-15
IN TwJ'r?.EoBV PUBLICATION
TJ! C,RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
______IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-16737
tx- Notice of Suit
IN THE MATTER OF
Adoption of minor child
by Stepfather:
RPe'?,f,?nDerLEO-N'ARI> EERGER-
TO: JAMES JOSEPH VEC8I
189 Maryland Ave
_s'alen Island. New York
thi!?V A"E "EREBY NOTTFIFD
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
,. 'NO PROPERTY)
J.N_T,H.E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
._. No 72-17319
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
TV or- ,.v.0F MARRIAGE
IN RE- The Marriage of
ROBERT T. WADE, Husband.
PEGGY WADE. Wife
Residence Unknown
TO: PEGGY WADE
TOXJ ARE HEREBY NOTIFIFn
&j*SSX7SsrttSi
NOTICE UNDER
v.,t'.,5vTITIOUS nAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to enj.-e.ee
of ^SviS .U,nd*"r the <> names
Vvtco TALc CITY: SENSUALITY
CENTER at soi N.w. linh Street,
Miami. Fla. intends to register d
names with the Clerk of the Cir. uit
Court of Dade Countv. Florida
David HATLOCK
_____ 8 J5 8/1-8-1]
of .
3(2
n
tl,,
Flo
s:
C,^T,CE UNDER
NOT^,.T,T.IO,US NAME >-AW
tSSBBSSsw
^2SSir" 19 W. Fiagler Street
Miami, Florida
V2S 9/1-8-15
WITNESS, mv h.^ .._., WITNESS Z" L'^K,r>,AN.
sea] of
..S',TXBSS- my hand and
said Court on August 15 1972
E,.1* WEATHERMAN
Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By L. SNEEDEN
,~___.. Deputy Clerk
'arcul Court Seal)
SSfV,1 ", BSrn" Esquire
350 Lincoln Bd
Miami Beach. Fla.
Attorney for Petitioner
8/18-25 8/1-8
o*jSdv^5r,^t ^"-i I
this 23rd day of .V' ,"?"da on
a, ci y^HERMANr
Itadi*^' Circu" Co>"-
..v Coun'y. Florida
.V k SN'EEDEN
.Circuit CourS,^ar,,y C'erk
S/y-'AM SHAPIRO
Jl N.E 79th Street
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
,., .. (NO PROPERTY)
"N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.
i-!L ACT|ON NO. 72-17308
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
ivt t>^. _, OF MARRIAGE
P*5S: Tf>e Marriage Of
L1DIA BARRANCO. Wife,
and
A-MAr?t) nARRANCO. Husband.
' ARMANDO BARRANCO
..^,Resl,,enc Unknown.
.1. ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
titat an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
>ou are required to serve a copy Of
your written defenses, if any, to it
on JERRY A. BURNS, attorney for
t-etitioner. whose address is Suite
,,. pg National Bank Building. 25
Miff Flagler Street. Miami, Florida
ol l,' ". "le ,he or,B'"-'l "i,n 'he
cierk of the above stvled court 011
or before September 29th. 1972: other-
wise a default will be entered agalnsl
you for the relief demanded in the
complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
.""'..wrek fnr fpur consecutive weeks
lnTHE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
.Tl c.ourl at Miami. Florida on this
'nd day of August. 1972
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By: C. P. COPEI-A.VD
,-.. A" Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
JERRY A. BURNS. Esq.
Suite 908 City National Bank Building;
25 w eat Flagler Street
Miami. Florida 33130
Telephone: 373-0856
8/25 8/1 r n Attorney for Petitioner
"'* 8/25 8/1-8-15
flaBl
id .
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Friday, September 1. 1972
+Jew is* floriidlfon
Page 11-B
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IE6AL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring in engagt
In business under the fictitious name
nf P. an.I f. Company a) ins:> East
nth Street, Hlaleah, Florida Main
i" v..Iv to register said name with
the Clerk nf thi' Circuit Court of Dado
County. Flnriila.
8ION OK THE POVK. INC.
Paul Duiiiit. President
lour, Kant !8lh Street,
Hlaleah. Florida 33"13
Kl'ItT WELIJSCH
bit Almerta Avo.
Coral Cables-, Fla. 33134
Attorney for Sign of the Dove. Inc.
v ll-is-jr, ;i 1
hanka-For Health
In The New Year
A toasl to health Is always In
irder, always appropriate a-; we
Inproach the Yomtov season. And
|.n,ka coffee is one hracinc bev-
}ra",-<' thai fits righl into your en-
priairiient holiday plans. Sanka
. General F.nxis' 97' caffrin free
bffee, and you know General
"(Mills- reputation for quality.
Caffein? Well, siice caffein lia*
In las'" Sanka drinkers enjoy only
|rli. smooth coffee flavor fla-
ji that is never bitter.
I Sanka is available in three con-
ptiicnt forms: Frezee-Dricd. In-
ii t or Ground, Do try some
Kin.
\axwell House Is The
traditional Coffee'
r'nnnv how some thincs become
fa itional over the years like
|axwell House Coffee, because
faxwell Hotis ''s "good to the last
[op." flavor never varies; like
olt! friend, it's always nice to
h\v around. And what belle
one lo show your quests you
Ire than ririht now. as we ap-
|aeh the holidays.
'en, It's good to know that Jew-
homemakers can still turn to
[lime-proven favorite like Max-
II House Coffee. Available in
Hi instant and regular, Maxwell
buse is the traditional way to
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
frr li'K IS HF.KF.I'.Y GIVEN that
undi rslgned, desiring to engage
t under the fictitious name
'AHUtREAN PEST CONTROL at
Palm Avenue. Hlaleah intends to
Inter -aid name with the Clerk of
Circuit Court of Diule County,
ml.-,
IELD EXTERMINATING, INC
U Fla. Corp.
B 25 9 1-8-16
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 RB: The Marriage of
JIANA MARIA MONTERO,
and
MANUEL .1. MONTERO,
TO: MANTEL J. MONTERO
RESIDENCE IN KNOWN
TOO AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are It quired to serve n copy nf
written defenses, if any, to li on
S1DNBT KFRONSON, attorvey for
Petitioner, whose address is 812 Alns-
ley Building, Miami, Florida Ml 82,
and file the original with the clerk of
ill. above styled court on or before
September sth, 1972; otherwise a de-
fault will he enter,.! nglilnal you for
the relief deiiianded in the complaint
or petition.
This notice shall he ]iuldished mice
each week for four cons-cu.ivo wi .)lu
in THE JEWISH Fl.c .RIDIAN.
WITNKSS my hand and the seal of,
said court at Miami, Florida on this :i
dai of auk. isis.
E. If. l.EATHEKMAN.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dado County, Florida
By l>. RYAN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Sidney Kfrnn.-oii
(12 Ainaley Building
Miami. Florida 88183
Attorney for I'elitioner
8/11-18-23 9 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. 72-16383
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MAKIIIAOE OF.
MARIA DE I.<>K ANGELES
U1PEZ MIIIANDA,
Wife.
RBIKALDO MIRANDA,
llushand.
TO: REINAI.DO MIRANDA
Santa Monica
Paso Heal ill- San Diego
Piuar del Itlo Cuha
VOll ARE IIEItEBY NOTIFIED
ihat an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage lias heen filed against you and
you are required to serve n copy of
your written defenses, if a'ny, to it on
FRIEDMAN AND LIPCON. attorney
for Petitioner, Whose address is .1":'."
SW. s St., Suite 109, Miami, Florida
88184 (416-8486), and file the original
with the clerk of the above stv'cd
court on or before September 20, 1972;
otherwise a default will he entered
Bgalnsl you for the relief demanded in
the complain! or petition.
This notice shall he published nine
each week for four consecutive Weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNE88 my hand and the seal of
said Court at Miami, Florida on this
I" daj of Aug., 1!'7l'.
Iv It. I.KATHF.RMAN.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Datle County, Florida
By C. M. BBABSE
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
PRIEDMAX AND 1,11'CON
::':," s.w. s St., Suite 109
Miami. Florida 88134
Telephone: 446-8488
Attorney lor Petitioner
MARVIN ROBS FRIEDMAN
K/IN-i'.-, :i I -v
UGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business mider the fictitious name, of
THF STICAK AND ONION at 17IM
West Dixie Highway, North Miami
Beach. Fla.' Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dadi' County, Florida.
mary jam: conn
S/IS-25 9/1-8
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MAI.I-: BOO at :!"? Miracle Mile, Coral
Babies, Florida, i13 Dade Land Mall,
Miami, Florida int. 'ids to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
BENRICH col! Poll AT n IN
a Florida corporation
KELSON At FBLDMAN
Attorneys for BENRICH
CORPORATION
h, 11-1S-L'". I
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
JLEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-16287
NOTICE OF SUIT
frllKlt BRENNER el als..
Pain tiffs
vs.
IROE s MALCOLM, at als..
pendants
c.KoRfSIC S. MALCOLM and
ll'I.IA MAIX'ODM. his wife
lucursal Rap. Domlnioana.
'.A. Sanchez No. 22 Ens. Naeo
8anto Domingo, D.N.
are hereby notified that an
to foreclose a mortgage on the
|ng property in Dade County.
loutheast 14 of the Southwest
the Northwest 'i. less M
or road of Section 31, Town-
|8 South, Range 39 East, ly-
nd being in Dade County,
filed against you and you
Ired to serve a copy of your
defenses, if any. to it on
LBMLJCH, attorney for
whose address Is .1841 BIs-
lul.vard, Miami. Florida 33187,
\the original with the Clerk
love styled Court on or he-
ember 22, 1972: otherwise a
may he entered against you
plief demanded in the emu
ilition.
my hand and the seal of
August 11. 1972.
I.EATHER.MA.V
lerk of said Court
6. P. COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
bull Court Seal)
8/18-23 9/1-8
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY. GIVEN that
'lie undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name nt
business under the fictitious name "i
PEJOCAPA INTERNATIONAL BU8I-
NB88 at number 1080 Brickell Avenue,
Suite 111, ill the City "f Miami. Flor-
ida intends to register the said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
uf Dade County, Florida.
Dated at Miami. Florida, tills 2nd
day of August. 1972.
LATIN AMERICAN
MuTt'KS CORPORATION
by, FELIX J. CASTRO, PRESIDENT
" 8/11-18-26 9 I
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-16895
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
EDITH JOYCE ALBERTS,
Petitioner
and
itKll'.i-.x ALBERTS,
Respondent
To: REl'BEN ALBERTS
17 Orchard Place
Dravoshurg. Pennsylvania l.>084
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has heen riled against you and
you are required to serve a copy 0|
TOW written defenses, if any, In II
en Robert H. Bums, attorney for Pe-
titioner, whose address is :'..'iil Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and
file the original with the clerk of the
nbove styled court on or before Sep-
tember -". 1972; otherwise a default
will be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the complaint or
petition. .....
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THF JEWISH FI/1RIDIAN.
E B. LBATHBRMAN.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By L SNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Robert li. Burns. Esquire
8(8 Lincoln ltd.
Miami U.acli. Fla.
Attorney for Petitioner
8/25 9/1-8-13
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 ..f
l.ol'is It. BBLLBR
and
ALICE BELLER
TO:: Alice Heller, c Sale. Rehoboth
Avenue. Kehoboth Reach, Delaware
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you arc required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to it
on l-ouls ll. Heller, attorney m per-
sonaum, attorney for Petitioner,
whose address is 4(0 Lincoln Road,
Suite 338, Miami Beach, and file the
original with the clerk of the above
stvi.d court on or before September
20. 1972; otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief de-
manded in the complaint or petition.
WITNESS my hand and ihe seal of
said court at Miami, Florida, on this
14 daj of August, 1972.
K It LBATHBRMAN,
As Clerk. Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida
By l-. SNEEDEN
As I lepUty Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Louli R. Beller
420 Lincoln Road
Miami ll.ach, Florida
Attorney for I'.tlti.....tr
in personaum
s 18-85 9 l-x
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1122
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
PELAYO CERULIA, sit.
Dei-eased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims n Demands Against Said
Estate:
You ar. hereby notified and required
to pre ent an) claims and demandi
which you may have against the es-
tate of PBLAYU CERULIA, SR. de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
o> the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file Ihe same ill duplicate and
i as provided In Section 7:::t. IG. Florida
statutes, in their offices in the coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County. Flor-
ida union six calendar months from
the nine of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, tins 8 daj
of August. A l> 1972.
PELAYO CERULIA, JR.
As Administrator
First publication of this
the IX dn\ of AURUSt, 1972.
GROVER WEINSTEIN He
STAUBER, P.A.
By: SIIKKWIX STAUBER
Attorney for Estate of Pelaj
Sr.
lire! Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
8/18-2.-. 9 1-S
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 71-4398
NOTICE TO CREOITORS
in RE: Estate of
I.IE DELLA WALKER
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Yoo are hereby notified and re-
quired lo present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of I.IF DELLA WALKER
deceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
nod file the same in duplicate and as
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, Ibis 1"
day Of August. A.I). 1972.
Clara Mae Cummings
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
the 18 day of August. 1972.
San ford H. Kramer
Attorney for Administratrix
1150 N.W. lHh Street
Miami. Florida 3313S
s 18-23 9 1-8
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MORAY8 JEWELERS at 141 N.E.
2nd Avenue. Miami, Fla. intend to
register said name willi the Clerk of
Die circuit Court of Hade County,
Florida.
BALLY BCHECHTER
lilt BAKU BCHECHTER
8/18-23 9 l-s
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-4377
In RE: Estater>f
DAVID R. HOCHBERO
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Bal-
ing claims in- Demands Against Said
Estate:
You arc hereby notified and requlr
ed to present any claims and demands
'Which vim may have against Ihe im-
itate of DAVID R. HOCHBERQ d.-
I ceased late of Dade County. Florida.
to the County Judges of Dad.- County.
I and file Hie same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.IK. Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Couil
iv Courthouse in Dade County. Flo-
rida, within six calendar months from
ihe time of the first publication lor. -
of. or the sane will he barred.
Dated at .Miami. Florida, this 2'Hi
day of August, a.ii 1972.
JACQUELINE S HOCHBERQ
As Executrix
First publication of this in.lie......
the 1st day of September. 11172.
DAVID P, CATSMAN
Attorney for Executrix
150 8.li. 2nd Ave.. .Miami. Fla
9/1-8-IS-3-.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tin- Undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ol
DOCTORS HOUSE CALLS. INC. at
3826 Sunset Drive South Miami, l-'l.i.
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
DOCTORS SERVICES, INC.
a Florida corporal ion
Welner & Welaenfeld P.A.
M-IJI Honey Plaza
j:',7:: Collins Avenue
.Miami Beach. Fla.
s 18-23 D 1-8
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUR"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-4313
Frank B. Dowling
in RE: Estate of
.livil'S I> MORRIS! IN.
lie. eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To A'l Creditor* and All Persons Ha.
Ins Claims or Demands Against Bat
Estate: ,
You ar- hereby notified and requti
ed In present any claims and demand
which you may have against the i>
late of .11 Nll'8 D. MORRISON di
ceased late of Dade County, Fiorldi
t,, the County Judges < Dade Count!
and fib- Ihe sain.- In duollcBte and a
provided In Section 738.16. Florid
Statutes, in their ..fries in tin oun
ty Courthousi in Bad.- County. FU
rlda. within -is calendar ill.....h.- fmi
the time of the first publication her.
,.r or the sain, will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida .ilin SSi
lav of August. A B. 1972.
l.ll. KIRK II MORRISON
As Administratrix
first publication of this notice '
ide isi day of Reptembi r, li'72
CHARLES B SPOONER. HS'J.
Mtnrney for Administratrix
'.-. Meiiiei, SVny Suite 701
Coral flablcs, Florida 38134
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN th
the undersigned, desiring lii engage
business under the fictitious name
ROC LA FIBKIfiil.ASS PRODUCTS I
77H4 N.W. 76th Avenue. Medley, Fl
intend lo register said name with ll
Clerk of Ihe Circuit Court of Ha.
County. Florida,
JOSE RAMON RODRIOUEZ
.li ISE It' IMB1M) ADAMS
RAUL CLAVUO
S. 18-23 9 I -8
.N THE COUNTY JU DOE'S COURT]
|N AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-3416
In RE: INial. "I
l-Ai'l INK sriNDEL.
'"" NOTJCE TO CREDITORS
r All Creditors and All Persons rte
ig claims or Demands Against Bh|
''vim'a.e hereby notified antl requl
utlce on
rtllia.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious mime of
DELPHY BOCT1QCE at number 74T.7
Coral Way. in the City of Miami,
Florida. Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ol
Dade County. Florida.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 2nd
day of August, 1972.
A. SARA ROJAS
8/11-18-23 9/1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the tictitious name
of BRIDE MEATS .< DELICATES-
SEN at 1291G N.W. 7th Avenue. Mi-
ami, Flu. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
PRIDF. MEATS, INCORPORATED
a Florida corporation
Angelo A. All
Attorney for applicant
Roberta Building
' Miami. Fla.
- 2S 1-8*16
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under Ihe fictitious name ol
.-, STAR CIIJAR MAIL ORDER
HOUSE at 16:18 W. Flagler Street,
Miami. Fin. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
NISSAN MANNIS
8/18-25 9/1-8
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-16561
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RB:
CHARLES T. UOODKN,
Pi tltloner,
and
JOSEPHINE BOODEN,
Respondent.
TO: JOSEPHINE BO.....-:n
4 Krwln I'l:.....
1 alllwcll. NcW Jersey.
Vnr ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of .Mar-
riage has been filed again--! you and '
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it
on TALIANOFF *- BADER, attor-
neys tor petitioner, whose Bddress i-
120 Lincoln Road. .Miami Bench, Flor-
ida, 83139, ami file ihe original with
ibe clerk of ihe above styled court
mi or before September 80, 1972;
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded
in the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FU>RDDIAN
WITNESS my band and till seal
..) -..lid court at Miami. Florida on
ibis II day of August. 1972.
E. H. LEATHERMAN,
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By I.. SNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
TALIANOFF L- BADER
42" Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fin.
Attorney for Petitioner
S 18-26 9 1-8
,..| to present an> claims and d. man.1
;;--;-;;v-;:;Kes'-'op;a1!'r ,,,
:/,.l til- the same In W" ggj
'";," .Va. ,......n. Florida, this 38
.it .,< VmrilHt, A.D. 197*.
'" JOSH REPHUN
\- Administrator
i--.es. pui.iic.ui......f '>!'" ":';"'
,,,, ,., iln) of September, i-
l.iSII REPHUN ......
utnrnev fr Admlnlstraloi
P37 Washington Awnw.
M........Ia.h, Florida S813B | _. ....
IN
THE COUNTY JUDGES COURl
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No 72-1444 (Dowling)
notIce to creditors
IN RE: Estate ol
JACK MF.SS1.R
"V,;;:',!......-and Ml Pet.....- >H
,',;; claims o, ,..,.lands Against S|
:.:';;-..:;';:,';;. :i.;!fV"'? :,..- f
to the COUIIty Judges of DWH '
Iv......I file the same l" duplicate
aa provided In Section ':""; '
statutes, In their offices it th '
v -ourthouse Dade County, 1 1;
lrtB within mx calendar months
the tlm- ol the first pubUcatlon h
Of, or the same will be barred
Dated at Miami, Florida, inn
" 0,A,^^SOWLBY
As Administrator
First publication of tliis -noti..
the 18 day of August, 1978.
BAKERMAN ei SHAPIRO
attorney for Administrator
:.n7 N.E Airlines Building
Miami. Florida
8/18-2-.
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JMstJMttM
Fridcy. September
1972
A fresh baked
honey cake
and cheering
Maxwell
Enjoy the good life at
Rosh Hashanah time
When company comeswhen the festive meal starts,
and endflbring out the steaming pot of Maxwell
House: Because this is the coffee that belongs. Because
Maxwell House, like honey cake, is a traditionits
ering quality has been favored at holiday time and
all the time for half a century. Wouldn't a fresh made
cup taste great, right now! Go ahead and make it
with INSTANT OR REGULAR.
K CERTIFIED KOSHER
Max** Bmm .1 a mktml mtawrt H Gcrl Food, cnmica
>jjfgoodto
KU the last drop"
MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE


^Jewish Floridian
iami. Florida Friday, September 1, 1972
Section C
Hadassah Delegates Elect
Mrs. Matzkin As President
Wilkes-Barre Begins Task
Of Returning To Normalcy
By BORIS MOLAR
|r- i |, It?}, Jewish Telegraphic Asency)
Of all the Jewisn communities
mwghout the world there is one
the United States which will
trl the significance of the "Days
K Awe" this High Holiday season
ore than ever. It is the Jewish
ommunity of Wilkes-Barre, Pa.,
|e\astated by the Agnes flood.
Little did the 1C00 Jewish fami-
fs in Wilkes-Barre foresee last
om Kippur, when they recited in
heir synagogues the "Unsaneh
fokef the prayer-poem which
scribes heavenly procedure on
fie Day of Judgement what
heir fate would be this Rosh Ha-
rianah and Yom Kippur.
Little did any of them suspect
hat they would be victims of "Me
lamayim" destruction by water
jhich the prayer enumerates as
of the destinities inscribed in
eaven on Rosh Hashanah and
paled on Yom Kippur for people
the earth.
This year, uprooted Jewish popu-
ktion of Wilkes-Barre will no*
pen have its synagogues on tho
ligh Holidays. The building's of
pe houses of worship, as well as
other Jewish communal institu-
|ons. have been tkmoMshed by
he flood. They need to be rebuilt.
It will costs hundreds of thou-
Inds of dollars to restore the Tern-
Be Israel. Temple B'nal B'rith
lhav Zedek Synagogue, the Jew-
Ih Community Center and the
fnited Hebrew Institute. Destroy-
or sev-elv damaged are also
rwi'h factories and hundreds of
(thor business enterprises. Hun-
jreds of Jewish homes were swept
Iff to their fo-in rations ani ear-
p>i! away by the flood.
'Hie r-'eat rr.a'or-ty of the af-
rnod Jewish famines have b'*m
iaruatnd. Manv of them are still
battered todav a refugees in
ii ighboring tiwr'shi'"s. o" t^ev a1^
ping with '>lativ,s and friend-; in
hi p.rea. Some SCO famil:es have
Bund t-mpo-arv suiter in Scran-
Dn. Onlv about ICO of the evacu-
jted '.'WO families are nw bac'<-
Wilkes-Barre. Many children are
till separated from their parents.
MONTHS OF WORRY
I The new Jewish Year thus stag's
kr the Jews in Wilkes-Barre with
pe problem of how to get back
normal life.
The Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds lost no!
time in organizing assistance for |
the victims. Max M. Fisher i
7JFWF president, and Philip Bern-!
stein, the executive vice-president.
proceeded to Wilkes-Barre soon j
after the catastrophe to evaluate
the needs of the community. As a
result, Jewish Federations from
all over the country are now pro-
viding $2 million in emergency aid.
Ten Federations have provided
more than $500 COO even before
the CJFWF issued the call for re-
lief and rehabilitation.
The primary responsibility for
aid rests, naturally, with the fed-
eral and state governments. The
CJFWF is requesting special as-
sistance. Special assistance is be-
mg provided also for Protestant
and Catholic victims by their re-
ligious bodies.
Impressive is the fact that the
Wilkes-Barre community, despite
Its devastation, is determined to
do everything possible within its
own resources and actions to help
its people and to reconstruct the
community. The Wilkes-Barre
Federation has borrowed $1 mil-
lion from a local bank for this pur-
pose.
Based on the first week's ex-
perience, it was authorized to bor-
row a second million dollars from
other local banks. Small business-
men whose needs cannot be met
by government aid are provided
by the Federations with loans up
to $25,000.
It is expected that the Jewish
institutions, including the syna-
gogues, will receive 30-year loans
from the Small 'Business Adminis-
tration to renair their buildings.
However, with the impoverish-
ment of many of their members,
they would need heir) to handle
the repayment in the first years.
The bank loan of $1 million was
riven to the Federation with an
interest rate of six percent. The
Federation is now anticipating as-
sistance from other communities to
I help meet the bank's interest costs
I in part for the f'rst two years.
For small business loans of up
to $5,000. the Federation is waiv-
ing Interest for one year, and the
orincinal repayment will not be
due for a year. For loans of $5,000
to S25.CO0, interest would be free
for six months, with similar defer-
ment of payment of principal for
six months. Meanwhile there are
still several hundred families in
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Sy Kenen isecrted left), founder and Executive Vice Chair-
jman of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee and
I editor of the Near East Report, who was in Miami to speak
before the Platform Committee of the Republican National
[Convention, spoke to the Young Leadership Cabinet of
[the Greater Miami Jewish Federation recently. With him are
[Mel Morgenstem, chairman of the YLC and his wife Barbara,
|(seated). Howard Scott, vice chairman, and his wife, Linda,
re standing.
need of special individual aid not
met by government and by the
initial Red Cross assistance, now
largely ended.
YKARs OF COUNSELING
The worst destruction caused by
the flood disaster was in the Jew-
ish business and residential areas.
Counseling assistance to the Jew-
ish victims will be needed for at
least another year.
A team composed of James
Young of the CJFWF staff. Her-
bert Katzki of the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee. Max Pearlman of
the Chicago Jewish Federation,
and Mollie Spector of the Philadel-
phia Jewish Family Service has
been helping to organize and super-
vise the assistance programs, and
to reconstruct the Jewish commu-
nity and its institutional services.
Albert Hutler, associate director
of the Chicago Jewish Welfare
Board and a member of the JDC
staff, is now in Wilkes-Barre help-
ing the Jewish community to co-
ordinate its emergency aid pro-
gram and is expected to remain
there for a period of three months.
In the Wilkes-Barre case, the
Jewish Federations throughout the
country are proving themselves
equal to the task of aiding not only
Continued On Pace 4-C
NEW YORK (JTA) Hadas-
sah, the Women's Zionist Orga-
nization of America, ended its
58th annual national conven-
tion last week passing resolu-
tions calling for continued U.S.
support for Israel and leadership
in the United Nations protesting
Soviet policy toward Jews and
urging a crackdown on airline
terrorism.
This country's Middle Fast
policy "has heli>ed to maintain
the cease-fire and to deter Egypt
from starting another round."
and "the American commitm"nt
to Israel i* a bi-partisan policy,
reflecting the critical importance
of a secure, independent, demo-
cratic Israel to U.S. Interests in
the Middle East." the more than
35C0 delegates declared.
"Generous American support-
ing assistan-e and grants." they
added, "are he';>ing Israel to
maintain a viable economy and
to absorb the influx of immi-
grants from the USSR and oth-
er countries."
Hadassah nrotestnd "vigor-
ously" the USSR's "denial of a
basic human right to tens
upon tens of thousands of Jews
waiting for emigration permits,"
and called on the United States
ito "exert maximum influence
on the government of the USSR
through every possible channel
to achieve these objectives."
Hadassah also resolved that
the United States must "take
the initiative at the United Na-
tions and among airline agencies
in demanding that all major air-
lines and air|K>rts act "to take
uniform and strict security
measures to protect passengers,
innocent bystanders, crew and
property; to influence the
world's major airlines to refuse
to service any nation offering'
haven and protection to avowed
terrorists, and to call upon
friendly governments to refrain
from extending hospitality to
groups or organizations overtly
engaging in acts of international
terrorism."
Mrs. R >- Mat/kin of Water-
bnry. Conn., a past vice presi-
dent, past rha'rman of the Na-
tional Youth Aliyah division and
past chairman of the National
Zionist Affairs division, was elec- j
ted president of Hadassah. sue-1
ceeline Mrs. Fave L. Schenk of I
New York, who served four one-|
year terms.
Mrs. Matzkin is a member of I
the Executive Board of thel
World Confederation of General!
Zionists, chairman of the Execu-|
tive Board of the American Zion-
ist Federation, and a member
of the Executive Committee of
the American-Israel Public Af-j
fairs Committee. She is a Ha-j
dassah representative to the
Conference of Presidents of Ma-j
jor American Jewish OrganizaJ
tions and to tne National Conn
ference on Soviet Jewry. As Ha^
dassah president she is on tha
Board of Governors of the He^
brew University in Jerusalcr
which helps the women's organi{
zation run the Hebrew Univer
sity-Hadassah Medical School.I
By the initiative of the Lubavitcher
rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneer-
son, who after the Six-Day War set up
an organization in Israel to care for the
widows and orphans, 42 children
(above) orphaned by the war and sub-
sequent hostilities were feted in the
fifth such communal Bar Mitzvah cele-
bration since the war, in Kfar Chabad,
the Lubavitcher village near Tel Aviv.
Among the 5,000 guests were pominent
rabbis, government and military digni-
taries, including Chief of Staff David
Elazar, (top right) talking with Rabbi
Israel Leibov, director of the Lubavitch
Youth Organization in Israel, and Mrs.
Shifra Colombovitch, a Kfar Chabad
widow (who directs the rebbe's organi-
zation for the widows and orphans)
Generals M. Piron, chief chaplain of
Israel's defense forces, M. Hod, R.
Zeavi, A. Adam and Y. Ironi. director
of the Defense Ministry. At top left is
one of the Bar Mitzvah boys who de-
livered an emotion-filled speech. The
boys were showered with gifts from
various Israeli industries and a pair
of Tefillin lor each from the Lubavitcher
rebbe.


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vJewisti Hcridttar
Page 3-C
Lehrman Day School
Registration Soaring
Record breaking enrollments
nil greet the returning faculty
iiui adJ ^nistration of the Lehr-
Lubavitch Students
Push Torah Mission
Two young senior rabbinical stu-
I dents Zushe Silberstein and
North Dade and South Broward I'inclls Bau"Wrtcn were in
counties. I vllami Beach last week as part of
| the Lubavitcher summer "peace
A limited number of o|>onirrgs eorps" program.
I in-all classes through the eifchth
-;;;i(leremains, Mr. Friedland said;
additional information is available
either at the school or at the
Temple Kmanu-KI office, 1701 !
Washington Ave.
Intensified programs of athletics,
music, drama, arts and crafts,
combined with comprehensive He-
Mr. Silberstein and Mr. Baum-
Karten arc a'rh'ong 200 rabbinical
students who left New York sev-
eral w e e k s ago on a Torah-
spreading mission to hundreds of
communities across the United
States. Canada. Mexico and Cen-
tral and South America.
This is the 24th consecutive.
brew and general studies programs summer in which the program has |
available in small classes were
credited by Dr. Irving Lehrman
for the increased enrollment.
5AMWI HUtDLAND
I ay School of Temple
Emanu-LI next week as the 1972-
fi3 -ch* year gets under way at
fi'7 77'.'; St., Miami Beach.
A o responding jump in regis-
tration is also indicated for the
Vfterno n religious and Sunday
thooi's ': Temple Eroanu-El, ac-
lordin;- to Samuel N. Friedland.
Eiairman of the board of the
fliami Beach congregation.
Mr. Kriedland noted that the
|dditior of more buses had helped
he Lehrman Day School to con-
nite t< expand its service for both
'rson Gains
2 Endorsements
the state legislature. District 100.
lias been en lorsed by two Dade
County organizations.
been conducted. Participants in I
the project volunteer three or four I
weeks of their vacation time and
travel to cities and towns, making
g~, contact with masses of Jews, rab-
HeyerSOll Ircll |,:s and communal leaders. They
meet thousands of Jews at home
and on the street, in shopping cen-
^^^T^^ ^lS??^I!^Z^r ^S!?^^^^,^^1* 1 *" and at work, according to!
Lnbbi Abraham Korf. the Luba-
vitcher Movement's regional direc-'
tor for eight Southeastern states.
who invited the young men to
visit this area.
Mr. Meyerson received the en- !
dorsements of both the Democrati" ;
Club of Miami Beach and I he Dade
County Better Government League
Kabbi Korf said he has done
colder
puts it aH together 2
the track that's always fast-rain or shine
big labor da/ program
mondaK sept. 4th
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are doing, hut for the past 10
years has devoted his time to op-
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Taylor is president of the Better
Government League.
Mr. Meyerson is a former college
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CALLS FOR SPENDING
HALT TO AVOID
STATE INCOME TAXES
John Cyril Malloy, in the G.O.P.
irimcry race for the State legis-
lature, District 113, has called for
a holt in the runaway State budget
to avoid any State income tax on
individuals.
Malloy recently told supporters:
"I am absolutely opposed to a State
income tax. When a spend-ttiriH
approach to tax revenue prevails, a
State income tax is always lurk-
| ing in the wings. We must call a
halt to this runaway spending in
Tallahassee.''
The Dade delegation to Tallahas-
see is the biggest in the State and
has a powerful voice in State tax
rates. It is entirely composed of
Democrats. Thar* if not a single
Republican in the entire Dale legit
lative delegation.
"Now that the Democratic party
is under the control of the McGov-
| ern forces, a strong stand on spend-
inq must be taken or this State in-
come tax spector is apt to come
front and center once again."
This year, there is a strong likeli-
hood that Dade Voters will oust
some of the Democrat legislators
responsible for the spendthrift
approach in State Government.
"Some Republican voices in the
Dade delegation are needed to
counterbalance drifting with the
dangerous McGovern philosophy,'
Malloy cautioned, "or we'll be at
sea with that philosophy in the
coming years with its attendant
consequences to all of us."
Malloy's campaign stresses more
efficiency in State Government, in-
stead of more taxes. "If we are ever
I going to have the benefits of the
two-party system in State Govern
| ment, we have to loosen the grip
; that the Democrats have on the
[Dade delegation.
d Pol. Adv.
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Friday, September I, 197)
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New School Buildin
At Hebrew Acadeni
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Division presidents responsible for the plan-
-: National Council cf Jewish Women's
first gals even: of the season included from
left to right seated .Mrs. Msurice Green. Mrs.
Maurice Green. Mrs. Maurice Rich. Mrs.
Judy Gilbert end Mrs Julien Friedman;
'standing, Mrs. Max Fuchs, Mrs. Phillip
Bicom. president of the Greater Miami Sec-
tion, NCJW. Mrs. Bernard Kessler. Mrs. Eve
Chanin Benowitz, Mrs. Edward Cowen and
Mrs. Siegfried Bergler.
Cast Your Vote For Council Natalie Baskin
m ^v- ,, ,, Steps Up Effort
I heme Oi Membership Meet
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the 0 I Margaret "'
High S it Girls will u-et i:n-
aj a- workmen place the
ns in phra
Bt .nor of Pine Tree Drive
24th Terra M ach.
A SI mi
ing itself b beii
t to raise I
tin furnishing and equipping
the : '
rev In ing .
tel. Act
Loufe !' ."/ geneial chair-
man "i the ca said son
f750 0 1
approximal "fXW of it paid
for the building.
Rab'-ji Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cipal, told a special board meetins
Sunday at the Miami Beach school
that pannt; are seeking to raise
S2CO.003 for equipment. Approxi-
mat.-lv 40 families already have
subscribed a minimum of S1.000
each in the intensive drive.
At the preview session, board
chairman B. I
that the arinll^j jfl-M' a,
in *ill be held Sept. 27
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rooftop of
building.
the ban Is
The function '\ ill :>e '.- ]
a 'Sukkah in the Sky." j
.-'intent- are preparing I .jl
a mammoth sukkah "her- 1- ut|
'luiin-4 the Sukkot ho.: la;, Mr.
Binder said.
( Your Vote f it Council" is
the Uwrnc of the National Council
Je lah Women's Greater Miami
Section membership meeting to
be hr*\ "Wntn*bAa.y. at 8:30 a_m.
in the fir-1 floor a'wtitorium of ttv
Lebediker Branch Sponsors
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The traditional Sow Year cele-
Don : bj th<- Lebc-
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Zktni Order, will be he. i Tburs-
da< & pt 7 at 8] m in ttw Wash-
ington Federal, 1234 Washington
A Miami IV-ach.
The entertainmeni will feature
uc. a poetic reading and the
u of New Year wishes.
Holiday goodta have been pre-
pared for thin annual event. Menc-
at d prospective members
with a membei escort an- invited
to attend.
Dougherty Only Attorney
In Circuit Court Clerk Race
v.\ Emory Dougherty noted thi>
week that he is the only attorney
running for Clerk of the Circuit
Court, a position to be toted on
in -b. Sept 12 primary county-
wide
Mr. Daugherty, a graduate of
Hazard and the Unlver Ity .,f
Miami, is a pa*.t chairman of the
international and comparative law
committee of the Honda Bar. He
pledges work for Increased court
income through th<- use of modern
methods.
Greater Miami Federation Build-
ing, 4200 BUcayne Blvd.
The asenda planned for the
morning will include presenta-
tions about Council's Community
Service and Public Affairs pro-
grams.
Th'-r.- u : he a complimentary
.'un:he*>n at noon and an informa-
tion Bazaar through which one
can brow*-. After hunch there will
be an opportunity to meet the
candidate* for Congress and qu< s-
tion then on the issues during an
open forum.
Everyone is invited to hop aboard
the Council bandwagon. For res-
ervations call the Council office.
Mrs. Natalie Baskin this week
intensified her campaign for Cir-
cuit Court. Group 8. in the Sept. 12
Dade County primary. She is a
member of the National Associa-
tion of Women Lawyers and is
admitted to practice before the
' U.S. Supreme Court.
Mrs. Baskin, a Miami resident
since 1948. is a graduate of the
University of Miami and its School
of Law. She is a member of the
Florida Criminal Defense At tor- :
neys Association and the Appel-
late Rules Subcommittee of the
Florida Bar Association.
Married to Leonard D. Baskin.
also a Miami attorney, she is a
member of the Dade. Florida and
American Bar Associations. She is I
engaged in general practice ;n |
civil, criminal and appellate fields.
If you're rich
and beautiful,
whyarentwe
having an affair?
Mai Englander Calls For Tenants' Rights
Former Miami Beach Vice Mayor
Maivin Englander this week
pledged to introduce new legisla-
tion in the Fk.rida Senate pro-
tecting rights of both apartment
b Bants and condominium owners.
Judge Englander. seeking the
Democratic nomination in District
.'Mi. said his opponent had voted to
reduce the tenants' security de-
posit interest law to impotency.
"There is no provision for en-
forcement, and none for punish-
ment. I propose to make it man-
datory to give bank rate interest
on security deposits, and have the
state attorney's office responsible
for enforcement," Judge England-
er said.
A past president of the Miami
B.ach Zionist District, a former
justice of the peace and a long-
1 time Miami Beach City Council-
! man, Judge Englander has lived
j in his district for more than 40
I years.
Harry Hurst Requests
Extension Of Voting
Harry Hurst, candidate for the
: State House of Representatives,
District 101, this week urged the
, Secretary of State to extend the
balloting period in the Sept. 12
primary at least until 10 p.m.
Mr. Hurst said a three-hour ex-
tension would allow people more
time to vote, especially working
people who might stay away from
he polls because of the excessive
length of the ballot.
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Friday. September 1, 1972
*'Jewisti Itorkttan
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Art Exhibit, Seminar To
Precede Selichot Services
The High Holy Day season is an art exhibit prepared by graphic
Lditionally introduced through artist Shelley Beer, daughter of
Mizrachi Women Plan Activities For New Season
midnight Selichot services.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Beer. Tnt
showing will launch the temple's
Fine Arts Gallery of Local Art-
ists, and will include etchings,
woodcuts, photographs, stationery
and note paper, pen and inks and
paintings.
Miss Beer, a graduate of the
University of Florida Department
of Art, is currently studying at
the iie/alel Academy of Art and
Design in Jerusalem. It is her first
show, and the first of Beth Da-
vid's newly instituted Fine Arts
shows, where works of art will be
presented monthly for viewing and
sale.
At 10 p.m.. Rabbi Sol Landau
Will conduct an informal seminar
111 Spector Hall which will touch
upon the more meaningful aspects
of the High Holy Day liturgy. Col-
fee, cake and conversation will fol-
low until midnight, when the con-
gregation will reassemble in the
mam sanctuary.
The Florida Council of Mizrachi
Women will nvet at headquarters
> 420 Lincoln Rd.. suite 4021 Mon-
day. Sept, 11, at 10 a.m. to usher
in the new season and to finalize
' "lans. Each president is invited to
brine a key member of her chap-
i ter, according to Mrs. Alfred Stone,
coordinator for the Council.
Mrs. Rachel Laufcr Katz. presi-
dent of the Miami Beaeh chanter.
, has scherfiil' d a meeting for iSies-
| day, Sept. 1? at 1 p.m. in the Was'<-
! ington Federal Auditorium, 1234
Washington Avo.
Mrs. Rose Ehrenreich, a metn-
bet oi the Shalom chapter presid-
ium, is now in the Hol> Land, but
the other two Club members are
calling a meeting for 1 p.m. Tues-
day, Sept. 12, in the clubroom of
100 Lincoln Rd.
Suspense-Drama Opening
An action susuense drama ca'led
"Hot Summer Week" begins Fri-
day at the Coral Way, 27th Ave-
nue. North Dade, North Andrews
and Dav'c Blvd. Drive-ins: "Com1.'
Back Charleston Blue" begins its
run at the Miami. Many other
films are being held over at Wo-
metco Theatres throughout Dade
County.
Temple Menorah Holding
Orientation Sessions
Tea'iT'rs ot Tenvde Monorah
Hay School and Sunday School
departments are holding week-long
orientation and In-service training
s-'s-i w with Rabbi Mayer Ah-
"amowitz, sntritual leader and
Ronald A. Heller, educational di-
rector conducting workshoos i"
the new teaching methods adopted
by the school.
The Hebrew and Sunday Schoo:
faculty includes Mrs. Moncarz.
Mis. \. Robinowitz, S. T5itenskv
Mrs. M. Bonwitt, Mrs. S. Goluli and
P. Kesser.
Program chairman Mrs. Saul
Hreeh ol the Geula chapter an-
nounces an inter-holiday meeting
with an appropriate program Tues-
day, Sept. 12, at 8 p.m. in Beth
Israel congregation 700 4"th St.
"Irs. Aa"on Katz is president.
Wometco Theatres
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Now you
can see
"The Graduate" again
or for the first time.
DUSTIN HOFFMAN
iPOl ANNE BANCROFT
THE GRADUATE
SHtlUY BEER
tiring the last few years an edu-
cational program has preceded
|hese inspiring services in a fel-
nwshlp setting at Beth David
'oir-jregation.
This year the Selichot services
In the main sanctuary at midnight
Saturday will be chanted by Can-
W lliam W. Lipson and the
Ivt'i David choir.
The services will be preceded by
ludqe Nachwalter Has
Extensive Bench Service
Judge George M. Nachwalter,
limning for the Circuit Court seat
eing vacated by Judge Ralph O.
fcullon, has sfrved-as municipal
tidgo of botii Medley and Hialeah
I... '-'us.
lb' also .set-veil as a public de-
ender in a municipal court, and
las l>een president ot the Florida
|tli:ni:-ipal Ju't^es AsMl. He has
en president of the South Miami
i$ar Association and is a member
DDK, national leadership soci-
|ty. Judge Nachwalter is a grad-
ate of the University of Miami
kind its School of Law.
Ribicoff Praises
Wolf son's Stand
On Middle East
State Rep. Louis Wolfson II
was commended la-t week by Sen.
Abraham Ribicoff for his "forth-
right position on American poli-
cies in t'.ie Middle Fast."
A statement by Rep. Wolfson. a
candidate for the Demociatic Con-
gressional nomination in the 13th
District, was read into the Con-
gressional Record by Sen. Ribicoff.
In the message, Rep. Wolfson
' "perceptively analyzed the current
-itnation there following the So-
viet pullout from Egypt, and point-
ed to the great dangers to Ameri-
I can interests still remaining," Sen.
Ribicoff said.
The Connecticut legislator al-
! so applauded Mr. Wolfson's "call-
| ing attention to the vital role of
the Congress in initiating military
and economic assistance for
Israel."
fAALILOY'S QUALIFICATIONS
TERMED OUTSTANDING
The Campaign Headquarters oi
John Cyril Malloy who if in the
Republican primary race for the
Home Seat in District 113, an-
nounced today that Dr. William J.
Sparks of Coral Cables servos as
Vice Chairman oi the Committee to
elect Malloy.
Dr. Sparks is a distinguishel
Dr. Sparks is a distinguished
Scientist havinq served on various
commissions in Washington, D.C.
He is a past President of the Ameri-
can Chemical Society, composed of
over 200,000 Scientists. He was
formerly the Director of Research
of the Standard Oil of New Jersey.
Dr. Sparks in accepting said,
"Malioy is an outstanding mature
man who will make a great legis-
lator. The Republican Party needs
men like him to run for public of-
fice if South Florida is to enjoy the
benefits of the two-party system in
Stote Government."
Ma'dey, 42 If a trained engineer
who was employed by Ford Motor
Company prior .o service in the
U.S. Army. He is a graduate of
Northwestern University School of
Low and has practiced in Dade
| County since 159, following Gov-
ernment service during the Eisen-
hower administration as an at-
torney in the I'ar'ason.
He is married and has three
children. He Is a member of the
Miami Rotary Club. He is known for
his civic and charitable work in
the community over the years.
Presently, be is the president of
the Federal Bar Association Chapter
in South Florilo, a group of several
hundred lawyers In the Federal
service and who practice before the
Federal Courts.
Pd. Pol Adv.
MARKING ISRAEL'S 25th ANNIVERSARY
Mrs. Dayan To Come Here
For Israel Tourism Sept. 6
Mrs. Ruth Dayan, former wife
of Israel Defense Minister Moshe
Dayan, will be the guest speaker
MRS. Rl'TH DAYAN
at the Sept. 6 Israel Tourist Day
celebration in the Fontainebleau
Hotel which will inaugurate
Greater Miami's celebration of the
State of Israel's 25tii anniversary
of independence.
The reception is co-sponsored
by Histadnit Tours, the Israel
Government Tourist Office and
Fl Al Airlines. Announcement of
Mis. Dayan's acceptance was
made by Jacob Goren of Atlanta,
Ga., regional director of the Israel
Gowrnment Tourist Office.
He also announced that Mike
Burstein, one of Israel's foremost
motion picture and stage stars,
will apiiear with Mrs. Dayan at
the Sept. (i meeting. Reservations
may be made at the South Florida
Histadrut office, 1 Lincoln Rd.
Bldg.
Mr. Burstein has just completed
an Israeli-German co-produced
film called "Death of a Stranger,"
in which he co-starred with Jason
Robards. He appears- on both radio
and television in Israel, where he
has lived and worked for the past
10 years-
Mrs. Dayan. the president of
Maskit, a government-operated
arts arrf crafts company whrh
she founded in 1954. has played a
kev role in developing the arts and
crafts ind'istry in Israel, a signifi-
cant element in helping to reduce
the country's balance of payments
deficit.
A highlight of the program at
the Fontainebleau will be the pres-
entation of certificates specially
printed in Israel for the occasion.
They will honor a'l South Floridi-
ans who have visited the Jewish
state s:nco the Six-Day War of
June, 19ti7.
Moe Levin, chainnan of the
hoard, and Samuel Fein^tein. pres-
ident of the Israel Histadrut Coun-
cil of South Florida noted that only
those persons who register in ad-
vance at the Histadrut offices can
be presented the government cer-
tificates.
Flhanan Segal, regional man-
ager for El Al. with headquarters
in Miami Beach, said details of a
new "Florida Salutes Israel" pro-
gram also will bo annonn d at
the event. Eastern Airlines is a
co-sponsor.
Dr. Leon Kronisb, national hoard
chairman ol the Israel H'sta.lrut
Foundation, said all other orga-
nization are invited to join in the
opening of the year-long celebra-
tion of Israel's first 25 years.
Additional Information and res-
ervations may >" mowed i>
t' Irph'Mlll'C. the Office* of the
Israel Hkttadnri Conned and Hta-
talnit Tours at Wl-fJTOS. The
o'flee K open dally from 9 a.m.
to 5 p.m. in Suite 114 of the I
Lincoln R:l. Bldg.
MIJ&K BL'RSTEIX

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glenda friedman
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llene A. Sperling, Michael Primack Exchange Votes
HOME SWEET HOME: It was a fantastic. o\ iting summer ex-
great to be Hi IME," sa d llenni (.olden, group advisor
. : :. the National I'SY Pilgrimage to Israel: ditto the
Hi it ii. h- i Marshall and KcN-h.-lle) jjst returning to town after leading
imilar tour One of the highlights of their trip was the week spent
on the frontier in Kibbutz Kfar Etzion."
\\1SHI\. HAPPINESS TO: Dr. Miles and Simmie Kutler on the
occaa.on of then moving .nto their new home with son Mathew. who is
almost one year olu Millie and Sol Sihreiher following suit
they're ;.- owners of a beautiful new house Leslie 1'aulen's
(Bettv ,->n>i Jaoquaaj forthcoming marriage this coming weekend to
Stephen >he< htmun at home: they will reside in Providence, R.I.. the
bridegroom's home town.
BEST WISHES: to Dot tie and Murray Gottlieb, whose son. Ar-
thur, will marry Arlene Kaplan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herb Kap-
lan, this Sunday.
PAT PARTY: Although Betty Freidan was turned away, cool and
chic Patty Gross had no problem gaining entrance to the Fontainebleau
Hotel, where riots, demonstrations and hundreds of policemen pre-
vailed last week during the Republican National Convention. Patty-
was invited by former United States Postmaster General Wynton
(Red) Blount. to attend the ladies' brunch honoring Mrs. Pat Ni\on
and her daughters. Pat 'Gross, that isi. found the experience most ex-
hilarating, as she chatted and mingled with exciting and prominent
personalities such as Sammy Davis, Jr. and his wife (who. by the way.
is still voting Demoi. Virginia Knauer (President Nixon's adviser on
Consumer Affairs >. the perfectly charming Anna thennault and Trioia,
whose flawless skin and pearly white teeth are dazzling. The impres-
sive engraved invitation has already been framed as a lasting memento
of the historic morning.
MAZEL TOY TO: Carol Beans, who was married to Dr. Frederick
Bergman recently. A reception for the wedding party was held at the
Maison Grande; the newlyweds honeymooned in Nassau. Prior to the
wedding a bridal shower was given for her by her mothers friends at
the Crystal House ... The new Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Todes Danny-
pledging his troth and love for Debbie and she in turn for him the
marriage vows taken by these two beautiful young people was indeed
a moment to remember! Stanley and State Cohen the second
marriage of their children within two months took place when their
son. Mathew. married Janice in June. Stan says their family is "adding ;
and multiplying." A truly festive wedding celebration was held at the
Aventura Country Club. Danny's grandparents, aunts and uncles and
his parents, the Ronald Todes, and younger brother and sister all were
there; their home is Baltimore, Md. Another young couple who
exchanged vows this past weekend. June Adler and Alan Bevda (Ray-
mond and Sally) will be living in Miami.
HERE AND THERE: Tina and Larry Kasaman with their son !
Brace, home after an extended car trip through the southern states to '
California and back again via the northern route, taking in all the
wonders of our country Debbie Golden and her pal. Debbie Wald-
man, ready to start school and work after a summer at playsightsee-
ing all through Europe ... the Manny Bergmans and the Dour Sor-
rows planning a fun-filled Labor Day weekend at the Diplomat Hotel
(they have six boys between them, does Irv Cowan know this?)
ON THE CAMPUS: Ricky Golden and Andrea Levin planning to
attend George Washington University (look up Mike Friedman)
Debbie Gets will be living in the dorm at the University of Miami
Jill Kaufman's going to the University of Florida at Gainesville- the
same for Ellen Brevier (having switched from the University of South
x lorifia i.
,.' VM1,,NGS ANDJ Loretta and Larry Brady and their
three children enjoyed their "See America First" journey through New-
England this summer Gerry and Chris Dundee (of fisticuff fame I
relaxed and enjoyed the sights in Tel Aviv and Athens after attending
the recent Mohammed All bout in Dublin. Ireland Diane and Dr
Hugh I near and Einda and her Dr. BUI Greenfield, "home sweet home"
l:n'andand V ndn Lba an<1 'amond. 8Tnd
lO^year-old daughters of Lois and Bill, will get the thrill of the r lives
when hey ride the Autotrain from Sanford. Fla.. to Washington, DC
n *' kk 'u a"d M- E,,,fene GarfleU < President of the
company who have their out, private car. complete with three bed!
sTn VT* d.dinin* room T^ Prls will return in the same
to VW,"dS ,helf Pa,ientS !*2 reet the fain and bring them
to M.ami. Lois, who is president of the Highland Oaks PTA this year
tebus.lv preparing for the school's annual art show and auction Oct l'
Because there happens to be a televised Do)hin football game that
TSSStfETse,s and ref"eshments are *- *M2
rnarr?7ROD,\TION: Sh'rleV and IIurrv H"** n. David was
"si7XUMand f' h" ST ~ an" hlS ^ "* HPa' "-"'or a
in law to U H < 3 T,CPt,n l totro<"* their new daughter-
in-iaw to all their family and friends, and serve.) cocktails and ,|.nner
at pooteide The younger Mandels are living in Connecticut*""*
David is studying for his Master's degree in Psychology
llene Audrey, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Alexander N. Sperling
of Coral Gables, and Michael N'e-
vin Primack. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack F. Primack of Denver. Colo,
exchanged vows during a 6:30 p.m.
candlelight ceremony in the Deau-
viile Hotel Sunday. Aug. 27. with
p.abli Norman Shapiro officiat-
ing. A reception in the Napoleon
P.oom of the hotel followed.
For her wedding, the bride se-
I a candlelight silk faced
bridal satin gown. The sheer Eng-
lish net yoke had a sunburst of
crystal and pearl embroidery com-
plimenting the Duchess neckiine
and an^el sleeves with re-em-
broidered Alencon lace on the em-
pire bodice. Her Camelot head-
piece witli the same embroidery of
crystal and i^eaiis held a candle-
lisht chapel-length veil. The bride
carried an Edwardian arrange-
ment of minuet loses and baby's
breath.
Gowned in flowing pink voile
with white embroidered flowers,
the attendants included Susan
Sperling, maid of honor, and Ann-
Lynn Denker, Patti Fisher, Teresa
Christie Presses
Judicial Quest
Former City of. Miami Vice
Mayor Irwin Christie is campaign-
ing throughout Dade County in
his bid for Circuit Court Group
33. The veteran Miami commis-
sioner and attorney is a member
of the board of directors of the
Greater Miami Hebrew Academy.
Mr. Christie's supporters point-'
ed to his outstanding record of
community service, his leadership
in the religious community and his
achievements in municipal legis-1
lation. i
Balloting for the post will be
countywide. with Democrats, Re-
publicans and independents able to
vote for Mr. Christie. The Group
33 seat was created by the eleva-
tion of the county court judge-1
ships to circuit court level, effec-
tive in January'. 1973.
Retiree Contributes
To Steinberg Fund
When Paul Steinberg selected
his campaign slogan "he cares
about people." apparently he meant
it. When he announced he was run-1
ning for the state Legislature. Dis- ;
trict 101, a friend of the family j
appeared at campaign headquar-!
ters to make a contribution.
Rotger, Marleen Sperling, and Jo-
Ann Walters bridesmaids. The
bridegroom's best man was James
Primack and the ushers were Alan
Fisher, Jordan Primack, Richard
Siegel. Jerry Sperling and Steven
Sperling.
The former Miss Sperling, a
graduate of Coral Gables High
School is now attending the Uni-
versity of Florida. She is present-
ly in the Honors section of the ad-
vertising department of the Col-
eee of Journalism and Communi-
cations and is a member of Delta
i;.silon Sorority and Theta
Sigma Phi professional women's
journalism society.
Mr. Primack graduated from
Coral Pai k High School and is
now attending the University of
Florida College of Pharmacy. He
is a member of the pharmaceuti-
cal fraternity, Pi Lambda Phi
fraternity.
On their return from a honey-
moon in Montego Bay and Ocho
P.ios. Jamaica, the newly-weds will
reside in Gainesville.
Martha Kaplan
Becomes Bride Of
Michael I. Backer
Martha Kaplan, the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kaplan.
8385 SW 91st St.. became the
bride of Michael I. Backer Satur-
iay, Aug. 26. at Kings Bay Yacht
and Country Club. Rabbi Herbert
M. Baumgard conducted the 7 p.m.
ceremony, which was followed by
a reception.
The bride, a graduate of Miami
Killian High School and the Uni-
vanity of South Florida, where
she was president of Alpha Epsi- I
Ion Phi. was attended by Joyce ',
Kaplan, maid of honor; Paula i
Ross, matron of honor; brides-
maids Mrs. Eileen G. Micklin. Fer-
ris Gelb. Carol Haber. Marcia
Bernhttmer and Helen Weiner, i
and junior bridesmaids Audrey
Kaplan and Elyse Backer.
The bridegroom, son of Mr. and )
Mrs. Sidney Backer of Jackson- (
ville, graduated from Terry Park-
er Senior High School there and
majored in Geology at the Univer-
sity of South Florida. He was
served by Marc Backer, best man.
and ushers Harvey Hodz. Jack
Zaret. Jay Toblin. Steve Chait
and Steve Kaplan.
The couple plans to make their |
home in Jacksonville.
I Knowing that the friend. Irving
, Levine. was a retired senior citi-,
zen living on a set pension, Mr.
Steinberg refused to take the con-
tribution, but Mr. Levine insisted
and made a $10 contribution. Mr.
Steinberg sent the check to Va-
riety Children's Hospital.
Congress Of Seniors
Backs Norman Miller
Norman Miller, candidate for the
Democratic nomination for House
of Rep-esentatives. Group 111. this
week received the endorsement of
the Conerss of Senior Citizens,
his campaign headquarters report-
ed.
M- Mil'er criticized the r*cent
legislative pav raise, and said the
enactment of that measure has
cost the people of Florida million?
of dollars.
MIS. MKHUl I. HCKH
Justice Ruth Sutton
Bids For County Court
Mrs. Ruth Sutton. a vet. ran ot
two decades service as justice o:I
the peace in Dade County >eek>L
election to the Dade County Court |
judge-ship, Group 8. created by the
elimination of justice of the pea
courts.
Under the court reform adoptd'
recently by Florida voters, small
claims courts also were abolished!
and Metro courts will be phase!
out to be absorbed by the county
court system. Voting is county-
wide and non-partisan.

You ore cordially invited
to view the exhibit
MEMBCRS OF THI
"CHOW STUD'O '
September 5-22, 1972
.-/.,
3,
BACARDI ART GALLERY
"00Bicynt3ivd..W,iBi
'I. FloriSt.
David E. Stone Favors
Tougher Crime Laws
n"H F. Store, a f rmer
Florida asshtant attorney general
is a candidate tor the House of
': tat\ ., Disi -: 101. He
calls for tough legisla'l in against
and criminals, a afe
streets.
Mr. Stone also advocates legis-
lation to protect condominium
purchasers from unreasonable
management demands, a reduced !
| sales tax program for senior citi-
zens and legislation to equalize!
lenant-lanlord relationships.
Order Your Holiday Flowers Now
Best Wishes and A
Happy New Year To All
B
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Pioneer Women's Clubs Meeting
Hi-Rise Tikvah Chapter of Pio- j
neer Women will hold its regular
meeting Tuecday a' 12:30 p.m. in
the cardroom at 1200 West Ave.
Dr. Samuel Rrody, guest speaker,
ill d'seun M~ses Mahnotlides
Ram Bam. Sally Gersten will pro-
vide.
Kinneret Chapter of Pioneer
Women will hold a luncheon
Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. at the
Washington Federal Bank. 1133
\'o-man1y Dr. Rabbi Gordberjter,
-nipgt s-^aker. will di.-cuss the
High Holidays.
Beba Idelson Chanter of Pio-
neer Women will hold its regular
meeting on Wednesday. Srpt. 13
it Noon in the Washington Fcd-
';>] Ba"k. 1133 Normandy Dr. In
the absence of Fannie Gibson,
president, Miriam Gir.gold, vice
president, will conduct the meet-
ing.
YOUNG
LADY 32,
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Pictured at the convention in Denver, Colo.,
after just receiving the coveted Fannie E.
Lorber Awards for highest purse attainments
from Arthur B. Lorber, president and son of
CARIH founder; are presidents of chapters
in the four divisions (from left to right) Mrs.
Howard Nathans, John F. Kennedy Chap-
ter in Southern California; Mrs. Sam Green-
feder, Lorber Chapter, Miami; Mrs. Harvey
Shenberg Gift of Life Chapter, Miami, and
Mrs. Nathan Ostrofsky, Breath cf Life Chap-
ter, Miami.
Greater Miami Chapter 'Stole The
Show' At Denver Conclave
DENVER, Colo. Three Great-
er Miami area auxiliaries "stole
the show" at the recent 65th an-
nual National Auxiliaries Con-
vention of CARIH the Child-1
ren's Asthma Research Institute!
and Hospitalhere.
The three chapters Lorber,
Breath of Life and Gift of Life-
won the coveted Fannie E. Lorber
Award, symbolic of having achiev-
ed the highest fund raising in-
comes in four chapter age cate-
gories for the 1971-72 fiscal year.
The award, which was instituted
in 1967, is named for CARIH's
founder, the mother of president
Arthur B. Lorber.
Lorber Chapter won in Division
A (chapters in existence 21 years
or more) for the second time in
three years by raising more than
S43.COO. the highest purse present-
ed. Accepting was President Mrs.
Sam Greenfeder, of 13220 SW 71st
St.
Breath of Life was the winner
for the third straight year in Di-
vision B (chapters in operation 10
to 20 years* with a purse of mere
than S35.0C0. Accepting the bronze
statuette was Mrs. Nathan Ostrof-
sky. president of 5821 SW 95th a.
Gift of Life won in Division D
(chapters in existence one to four
years) with a purse of more than
$17.CO0. The award was accepted
by its president, Mrs. Harvey
Shenberg, of 8715 SW 81 St. The
chapter was formed three years
abo by the daughters and daught-
ers-in-law of Breath of Life Chapt-
er members.
Lorber Chanter also won awards
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received purse increase commenda-
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South Florida Council, the mast-.
er coordinating body for the Miami I
area's seven chapters and 1.CO0
members, was honored for having
produced the best Council journal
based on net income. Accepting j
the award was Mrs. Paul NeeDel-
man, president.
Another highlight of the con-
vention was South Florida Coun-
cil's presentation of entertainment
following the Sunday activities -
a musical production entitled
"Tribal Tr'btite." written ant di-
rected by Mrs. Greenfeder. Piano
accompanist was Mrs. Marvin
Sokolow of Breath of Life Chapter.
The cast included Mrs. Irving
MIIW National Auxiliary Board
Member of Breath of Life Chapt-
er; Mrs. Paul NeeDelman, Council
president; Mrs. Robert Pepper,
president and Mrs. Herb Aronson
of North Dade-Broward Chapter;
Mrs. Milton Simon, Lorber Chapt-
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and Mrs. Harvey Shenberg, all of
Gift of Life Chapter, and Mrs.
Rose Fisher of Breath of Life
Chapter.
Other delegates and guests at
the convention from the Miami
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Hollander and Mrs. Sid Lebowitz
of Breath of Life Chapter; Mrs.
Sam Baumel, Paul NeeDelman and
Robert Peoper, of North Dade-
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Beiley of Gift of Life Chapter.
More than 450 delegates and
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* Jew is* tier Mian
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Judge Segal I
With
ISABEL GROVE
Seeks Seat
CONVKNTIONKKKS: The Indies Auxiliary of the Jewish War
Veteran of the U.S.A. held its 45th annual national convention in
}' Niton, Tex., last week, and among the South Floridians who attend-
e i were Department of Florida president Mr*. Lillian BcAoea of Lau-
<: rhill; Srenui Lefkowitx, president, Belle Swart/, and Claire Green-
w.ild of Post 174; Kvelyli Kerdie. Post 24.'!; Beaale Gibber, president.
illy Levy and loris Mils. hert. Post 330; Kvel.Mi Silvernian. Post 6H1;
Belle iiornwitz. president, Alice Bmnner and Blalne Uhr, Post 682;
A ioIiI Jaiolison. Lillian i\. \ and MlS, Henry Harrison, Post 72.!;
Boss Gopaaan and Kulh Kaajtor, Pest 7I. and Komi- ll -i 613, Hollywood, Mrs. Schoen, who served on the Ritual Change,
I esident's Banquet and Awards Committees, honored the outgoing
i lional president, Mrs. itiliie Kern of Miami Beach, with a gift from
i < Department ol Florida. Malvina Freeaaaa was appointed chairman
- Aid t'i Israel. Daisee llaliernian u.is named chairman of the Woman
the 5fear Committee, and the Department of Florida received a num-
i "i trophies, including Public Relations, Bstelte stein, chairman;
Americanism, Belle Swarta, chairman; Community Relations, Lillian
>. hoen, chairman, and Programming, Lenore Wender, chairman. Na-
i. mal citations were also presented to Sophia Lee. chairman of Aid to
I in'!, and Lee lluspel, V.A.V.S, chairman.
FAMILY REI'NIOK: The Salers, an old Florida family, will hold
i ;r second reunion this weekend at the Americana Hotel, Bal Har-
ur. About 20 family members attended the previous reunion in Jack-
t nville; plans are being projected to meet biennially in different cities
Florida. When the Safer family settled in Jacksonville. Fla.. in 190.'!.
one ol the five brothers, Rabbi Benjamin Safer, began ministering not
only to the local Jewish community, but also to South Georgia and
. -rih ( entral Florida Jewry. The family Included two sisters whose
lined names were FaUs and Widen. The families of Ben Zlon Ben-
jamin .ineoh. Harry and Max Safer, and the Max Witten and Morris
I ills families now Include 330 living relatives 225 of them residing in
1 .0 state Of Florida A 'family tree-" of six generations ,lntinK back to
iv,<). and the family crest will be displayed at the reunion. Members I
om 18 months to K0 years of age attending, and all branches of the
miiy will he represented. Chairmen lor the banquet are Mr. and Mrs
^"'sam'witten1 ""' "^ *"" ''OS""h *** *" "^ ******' wi" >
7 dn^rV Ki" ""."' <;,'ri ''vi,, "'"' mi Sue K..r,.wei| of South
1 .de aw back In town after their annual European jaunt. This time
SL\ KVIII CHILD: Rabbi and Mrs. Abraham Korf announce the
J .. seventh child a son, on Sunday, Aug. 13. MordS
I; id.. Leil, he newboru. Joins his bothers and sislers a. 12YT Alton
R I Miami Beach. Rabbi Korf is regional director of Se Merto. lS
. ine, < ,.,. educational arm of the Lubavitcher Movcwnt At end!'
C -.lego in I^on f.nXr sS %"* *"' "*" StamM"
Endorsements Go To Milton Feller
rormrr M.ami Beafll Municipal
Judge Milton Feller has been rated
<. .lahhed by the Dado County law-
>:is- poll and has been endorsed
by the Miami Beach Bar Associa-
"> Judge Feller seeks the
Junly Court seat. Group 5, in the
'."'n,y"W| ''' non-Partisan primary
Another endoisement for Jud-e
Feller came from the American
i- deration of Senior Citizens' lo-
I chapter. A past exalted ruler
ol the Elks, Ju er president 0f the Miami Beach
tar Association
A graduate of the University of
laJrt Sci)ool of Law, Judge Feller
B director of Temple Kmanu-P.l
on the legal committee of the Is-
j el Histadrut Foundation and an
Malloy Qualifies
For GOP Primary
John Cyril Malloy is a Reoubli- :
!." '|n',idate for the Florida
House of Representative:. Dis-
i ct 11.'!. He favors good schools
Jr. all neighborhoods and the use I
*i tax dollars allocated for educa- i
Bon directly for education, instead
< for busing.
Mr. Mall..., who served as letnl
s.stant to the Dnited States \t
1-rney for the District of Columbia ,'
irlng the Eisenhower Admtals-
tiatta* was a civilian attorney on
1 e U.S. Army legal staff.
Mr. Malloy. president-elect of'
1 e Florida Bar Association chao-
ter in South Florida, has practiced
.'. W in DaJe County since 1959
active leader in the Mac O.itury
Club and the Hard Foundation. He
served as a major in the U.S. Army
Air Force during World War II,
and gained extensive legal experi-
ence in military courts.
Judge Sidney I.. Sega 11, senior
judge of the Small Claims Court
of Dade County, is seeking elec-
tion as County Court Judge, Group
1, in the Sept. 12 non-partisan pri-
mary.
Having handled approximately
I 90.000 cases, Judge Segall notes
that only nine of his decisions have
been reversed by a higher court.
Appointed to the bench by Gov.
LeRoy Collins in 19SS, he has been
elected to four successive four-
year terms.
Judge Segall. a former assistant
attorney general of Florida, served
in the U.S. Department of Justice
by wartime apimintmcnt of the
US. Attorney General.
Born in Tampa, Judge Segall has
lived in Dade County since 1910.
He graduated from the University
'if Illinois and Northwestern Uni-
versity Law School and has also
studied at the University of Flor-
ida, Cornell University, the Uni-
versity of Michigan and Ohio State
University.
Labor Endorses
Frank For Judge
Public Defender Bernard Frank'
this week picked up numerous en-
di rsements in his bid for County I
Court Judge. Group (i, including
the nod of the Dade County Fed-
eration of Labor. AFL-CIO. Four
other unions individually endorsed
Judge Frank, a veteran of three
>'< service as Miami Beach Mu-
nicipal Judge,
A former vice mayor and city
councilman of Miami Beach. Judge
Frank also was endorsed by the
Miami Beach Bar Association, the
Congress of Senior Citizens, Vo-
ters, Inc., the American Federa-
tion of Senior Citizens' local
chapter.
Voted qualified by the Dade
County lawyers' poll, Judge Frank
is a graduate of the University of
Miami School of Law and a na-
tive of Miami. He has received the
Jayree Good Government Award
and the Greater Miami Hebrew
Academy Distinguished Service
Award.
Among the leaders of the Hebrew Academy Women who
attended a Todah Raba luncheon at the home of Hfo
Leonard Adler, president, were (from left to right) MjS
Joseph Shapiro, honorary president; Mrs. Gabriel Deutsch
ccchairman of the journal committee; Mrs. Alexander S
Gross; and Mrs. Irving Firtel, honorary president. Rabbi
Gross was guest speaker at the event.
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Kisluk Proposes
More Insurance
(''in regional candi late Jay Kl-
lal< th!s week proposed ;i national
hcolth Insurance program 'ha'
would guarantee adequate m rll '
and dental care for low and mid-
flic income Americans with provUii
Ions for care of senior citizens.
"An overwneiming majority of
Americans can't afford serious ni-
ne because thev'd face financial
disaster." Mr. Kislak said, noting
that bills for serious illness can
run as high as $1.5.00(1.
"I'm opposed to socialized med-
icine, but a national health insur-
ance plan is a viable alternative,"
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It a!l "added up" when accountant Alan Ross (left) and his
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party ior members of The Enterprise Club held at the home
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+Jeni*lrUrkfc>n
Fddcy. September 1, 1972
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Devirf Htingtr Kobtrt Wyk
DAIIO ETTINGER
Da\id. th:- .son of Mr. and Mrs.
Matth'^w Ettinger. will become a
Bar Mitzvah at Beih Torah Con-
gregation. Saturday. Sept. 2.
Davi^ Is a student at the He-
brew Academy of G-rater Miami
In David's hor-r. his parents will
sponsor th'- Kid lush following the
services. Guests will include his
grar.d;>arfnt= Mr. and Mrs. Adolph
Lepzelt< r of Miami B*-ach and
Mr. and Mrs Harry Lirberman of
North Miami Beach.
ft ft ft
BENNETT GREENBERG
Bennett Sail, the son of Jack
and Sylvia Greenberg. will become
Bar Mitzvah Saturday. Sept. 2. at I
the "shuJ" of his school, the He-j
brew Academy, where he is an
eighth grade student. He will read
the Turah portion, chant the Haf-I
torah, and conduct the Musaf serv- J
ice.
Sixty relatives from out of town,
including his grandmothers, a'ints.
Bidet, and cousins wi'l spend th"'
weekend at the Marseilles Hotel. '
celebrating this great "simcha."
Bennett's parents will host aj
luncheon in his honor, after serv-'
ices. A reception and dinner-dance
will be held at Beth David Con-
gregation. Sunday evening.
A ->y !,
VICTOR MAVA
Victor, the son of Mr. and Mrs
David Maya, will become a Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Menorah, Sat- j
urday morning. Sent. 2.
Victor, an eighth grade student
at Nauti'lN Junior High School, is
on the All-Star baseball team.
A Kidd-sh will be held at Tem-
ple Menorah Social Hall following
services, and Satu-day evening
there will h" a re -option and din-
ner at the Fontainebleau Hotel in
Victor's honor.
i3 ft A
mark BOCHNEB
Mark Jeff, the son "f Marvin and
Sonla Bochner, 13741 sw 72nd
Ave will h" called to the Torah
as a Bar Mitzvah Saturday. Sept
2, at Beth David Congregation.
The celebrant is a seventh g-ad"
Student at Palmetto Junior Hi"h
School and has attended Beth
David Religious School f'"ir years.
He is a membT of the Palmetto-
Howari baseball team and plays
in the ICAC Football League.
Marl: ill bo honored at a re-
Ception hosted bv his parents a*
Kings Bay Yacht and Country
Club. Among the honored (fie
will be his grandmothers, M -.
Pauline Cpplin and Mrs. H I -
Bochner.

ROBERT NOVAK
Rol< t I mvid tii" son ol M-. and
Mrs Man h Mo ak
Bar Mit'vah Sat irday, Sept. 2, a"
Temple Emanu-El,
Robert ;-- -i -: |en1 a) Nautilus
Junior Hi'h School and
the Ten !e Emanu-El Ri li riou
School.
The o lei wl'l he h
with n re'ention and luncheon at
1 nt-, Dr. and Mrs. Henry B
and hi ereot-grandmother, M
Clara Van Ness, will attend th'
event.
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BRETT MOSES
Brett Allen the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jerome Moses. 1945 SW 85th
Ct.. will he called to the Torah as
a Bar Mitrvah Saturday, Sept. 2.
at Temple Beth Tov.
Brett, an eighth grade student
at West Miami Junior High School,
1/ i
math' Greenbtrg Victor Maya
graduated from Hebrew School
with honors.
Mr. and Mrs. Moses will host
the Oneg Shabbat Friday evening,
the Kiddujh following the services
Saturday and a reception Saturday
evening at the Crooked Creek
Country Club. Kendall, in honor of
, the occasion.
Among the honored guests at-
tftiding the celrb-ation will be
Mr. anri Mrs. Rirhard Pierce. To-
ronto. Canada; Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Kleiman. Keedysville, Md.; Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Philip of New-
York City, and Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
uel Parker and Mr. and M-s. Sam-
uel Moses of Brooklyn. N.Y.
ft ft
HOWARD PIRCELL
Howard Brrtt, t'te son of Saul
and Marcial Purcell. will becom"
Bar Mitzvah at Temple Emanu-El
Saturday, Sept. 2.
Howard attend; Temple Fmanu-
El Religious Si-hool, and is an
eighth grade student at Ida Fisher
Junior High School where he plays
drums in the school band. He was
a redolent of the 1972 Presidential
Physical Fitne=s Award.
The celebrant will be honored
with a reception at home. His
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Edeknan and Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Puchalsky, will be among the
guests.
/ S? ?->
STEVEN ZANE
Saturday morning, Sept. 2. in
the main sanctuary of Temple Ner
Tamid. Steven Alan, the son of
Dr. and Mrs. Sheldon Zane, will
bo Bar Mitzvah.
Steven is a student at Nautilus
Junior High School and attends
Ner Tamid Religious School.
A Kiddush will follow- the ser-
vices, and a reception in Steven's
honor will be held at the cele-
brant's home Saturday.
Phyllis Miller
i Seeks Full Term
On School Board
Mrs. Phyllis Miller, who was an-
! pointed by Gov. Reubin Askew last ,
. December to fill the vacancy on
-the- Bade- County -School Board
left by the resignation of Mrs.
Anna Brenner Meyers, seeks a
full term on the School Board.
District 5.
Mrs. Miller, a resident of Miami
Beach, was recently named as
'he School Board's representative
on the federally-funded TREND
'Targeting Resources on the Ed-
ucational Needs of the Disadvan-
tagedi project.
Mrs. Miller personally spear-
headed activities to set up the In-
ternational School Exchange Pro-
gram, under which Dade County-
students of exceptional ability
study abroad on a student ex-
change basis. She made a presen-
tation before the state legislature
during the last session in an effort j
to obtain additional state money
for Dade County schools under the '
. Flor.da Cost Differential Bill.
"It is my personal belief that
additional state monies should be
icturned to the urban area where
costs of education are higher."
Mrs. Miller said. 'If we are to
have quality education, our big-
t gest need is to provide the proper
i buildings, books, and teachers' sal-
ariesand our legislative leaders
must recognize the fact that these
items cost more in a large urban
area."
Braverman A Candidate
Nat Braverman, a businessman
and civic leader, is a candidate for
the Metro Commission, District 7.
He pledges to save Dade voters
money and protect their interests.


rllontediori (children A J4ouie
of North Miami Beach
19090 West Dixie Highway
North Miami Beach, Florida
will be opening in
SEPTEMBER 1972
REGISTRATIONS NOW
BEING ACCEPTED
For more Information contort
Teresa M. Lee
DIRECTRESS
949-0431 757-5490
IHt SCHOOL READINESS CENTER
Of Y/ESTCHESTER
Will Your 4-7 Year OH
Succeed in School Work?
TRAINED PERSONNEL WILL EVAULATE YOUR CHILD'S
READINESS FOR FORMAL SCHOOL LEARNING.
UNIQUE ELECTRONIC METHODS INSURE CORRECTION
OF DEFICITS ENCOUNTERED.
APPOINTMENTS IS PM.
PHONE 221-717?
Pearl Herman To Preside
In the absence of Bessie Gibber,
president, senior vice president
Pearl Herman will preside at the
regular business meeting of Auxil-
iary No. 330. JWV, at 8:30 p.m.
Thursday, Sept. 7. in the Ameri-
can Legion Hall. 1828 Alton Kd..
Miami Beach. Plans for the Sept.
21 card and games 1 arty will be
discussed.
YOU CAN DO SOMETHING CONSTRUCTIVE
ABOUT YOUR CHILD'S EDUCATION
ENROLL YOUR CHILD IK
NORTH DUE'S ONLY
YESHIVA
DAY SCHOOL
FOR A MEANINGFUL
INDIVIDUALIZED WELL ROUNDED
HEBREW AND GENERAL
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TEMPLE MENORAH
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announces
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Kindergarten thru Third Grade
Hebrew and General Studies Exceptionally Qualified
and Licensed Staff Lunches Transportation
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x>dge Presents
rtusieal Review
Herzl Lodge, B'nai B"rith. pre-
Lnted the "Songs of Broadway,"
I musical revue featuring the
Ipnirs of Lerner and Loewe, this
leek in the Tobin Auditorium of
temple Beth El, 1351 S. 14th
Ive.. Hollywood.
The profits of the event are
larmarked for the programs, J>n&
Iharities of B'nai B'rith, including
Ihe Anti-Defamation League, Hil-
\\, Israel and Veterans and Com-
nunity Services.
The committee includes Lou
*uttner, chairman. Max Toplitz,
Stephen Marlowe, Saul Steinweiss,
Lrthur Lrzar. Abe Bader, Al Dia-
nond, and Bob Hoffman, Lodge
president.
Herzl Lodge, the largest B'nai
8'rith Lodge in Broward County,
onsists mainly of men residing in
Ihe high rises of Hollywood, Hal-
landale and North Dade County.
The Fmou$
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Friday, September 1
1371
Obituaries
Some Orthodox Families
Eat Rice On Passover
ucAi none*
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NEW HAVEN. Conn
There are eight Jew:
here who eat rice on Passover but -
rthele^ consider themselves rooms, pickled cauliflower and l> ^av ii-m.....i>.
Orthodox Jews they are Se- turnips, green peppers, meat pas- TO: ADWJ^J PETiRO RODRtoi-a
pbardk J-s I, Syria who eat tues and a meat slab which took., #-*- gtagft ,;
IMAN. v'-^MAf.- .i. throuqh.mt tfie year. They nkr a miniature JK//.a. lhill ,...,..., ,.'111f
differ from Ashkena/i Jews not Syrian Jews, centuries long res- uon tuu been nied acainst
onlvin their dteUr, practices hut Went, of the Middle East, have KL*S^2T,2L2JWS '
WELOFF \
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WERBIN. M H
EEXMAN. Harry A
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CEASE.
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DEVORV. --..... N E
- i:: .berg
ETTENSON. Ida M H
F NKELSTEIN. Ml IX M I!
tUven I '.. Ml S"< bo
GROSSMAN. I .ivld I
t Dr., S U B Blast*
JOSKOWITZ. .-.,-n T- r.l N M
Itivi Interment Star
ORNSTEIN. I..UI- M '' "i Tn
,ii-. I land Rlversldi Itit*rni*nt
.\|i Nebo
ROSENBERG. I 11 it Ml" Ocean
Dr., M B. I'.iv. r I Ic
Ruth, At m, St, 1:61 Normandy In
,i li Rivi r-i.l.
6CHLOSS. Rarah, M, IM N'nrni
l>r M.B. Interment Ml N". bo
COHEN. Harry, <". IJS S I- l*ih
.\v. N M li Riverside
DuBiN. Benjamin it II '' Harding
Are M.B. Riverside
FRIEDMAN, Bylvla, S.M
River
GUTSTEIN. Lena. :.'." M'eal Ave
\| I: Newman.
HERMAN. Dlanne ":. "I X M
Rlvt rsi KRAMER. Nicholas, :. of M
I vitt Intermenl Star of David
2LOTNICK. II in J! ''.
I'reek I'r M D Btl berg
BLUEWEISS. Harry, ] l3i Mi i
..hi Ave M H I
FEINBERG. I ui.. :_ H
Ter. Riverside,
GOETZ. II UTJ H>, l.'.l N i: .....I
SI Riverside.
BARASCh M 1!
LODIN. M
. .- Ltvll
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ROSE
Blumenthal. Harr) I. Tl
BOSSOM. Louis I I"" M imi (Jar-
- It N M II lUa-N-rg.
BRAVER
I*- X M B Rlt
freiOMAN. Hermai
Una Ave.. Hal Harbour K
KESSLER. Braids Mat
Dr M B R r< nddta
MAXIMOFF. Mai ISjrl-
Kli
Intanni Dt 8tai D
SMERLING. i:- 7. : M B
III v ei
UNGAR. Helei TV "I M B Rlv<
vvexler. r- :: I M B
Klren
BLRGER
I X U U Rlv. eld.
F1VERSOS. : > ':''
M II Rhu
GREENSTE1N. K
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III -
GROSSMAN. A 1431 X E
SI : Idi
miller. r n 1: .
St N M II H
PERLMAN. A
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FOX. I-'
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HARRIS. '. H
Xi i'l
JAMPOL. \ :. -
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LEVIN. I- -' Em
M I: i:.'..
SCHWARTZ. Harry Arflrtt
v.. M.R 1
FASKOW. Mil I..i-l Ivi "
II
G00OSTEIN. Kai : -vl "
Riven-We
HERSHMAN. Kda-ard. i. X '
Sk} I.-:- Il S M.I! Rlvel
HINOERSTEIN. I..-U:- "
Ave W B Klven-ldi
JAFFEE. I 1 .,'--. S, ..... Euclid Ave
M D Riverside.
KUTTLER. Jean. U, '!>:.-- Av
M li Blasbem;,
MILLER. Joseph. TO. W Ku. lid Ave .
M B OorUon. Intermaw Stai ol
T ---- Id,
Cinader. Ijtwranot W., ""
Collins Ave.. Jill Rlvarsfde
Ellion. Edward. VS. at Hollya.....I
Riverside,
felo. Jack. (S, l""" s W R3nd PI
Riversldi
GINSBERG. Rae, IS, S801 Collins Ave.,
,\i li tilt erslde.
Goldstein. Bertha M ol S M B
Rlvarakle.
GUTERMAN, Banl, IM PoRliis Ave
M r. Riverside
MEDNICK. William. 5. "': foil
\.. .m B Gordon
ROSENBERG. Edith. '."'. ISM Jeffer-
son Ave M B. Riverside
SILVERSTEIN. Cor* M ol Miami
i: -.1-. Ini. rmeni Ml Bli
aronow. Max, It, !'"" Bay ltd .
JI.B. ItlVI r-i'l-
NOTICE OF ACTION ~-
CONSTRUCTIVE SERv.CF
(NO PROPERTY,
N THE CIHCUIT COURT OF Tu.
eleventh Judicial circl.t1
OF FLORIDA. IN ANO for
OADE COUNTY
CTVIL ACTION NO. 7217SS,
OCTITIAW rr-n ___*"<
in IJTAI that instead of the familiar her- petition for adoption
i.sh tamilies ring, gefflte fish and cholent. the ^doSifon of LBSBT BODRfci w
Passover but 'Syrians serve platters of mush- a minor,

ii*.
you .ii- r..|Uirud u. .-tr\.
. your uriiii'ii defenses. If .,
also in their belief that it is an adopte honor to name children i
ing, ratht-r than for dea
and in their pronunciation
brew words.
The eight families
New Haven recently from Brook- i&n Jewish community and at
lyn. where more than 20.000 Syr- meals they arc served first. In
ian Jews have created a close- | Now Haven, most Of the men are
knit community and where their businessmen and the birth of a
synagogues were i>acked every son means continuation of the
Friday evening and Saturday. The business.
Jewish Ledger of Connecticut re- Marriages, in tne larger Syrian
Jewish c immunity of Brooklvn. as
in must Syrian communities, are
from within the community and
fmorally the male is woll-estab-

I
|MJited on the presence of the un-
usual Jewish colony in New Haven
in a recent issue.
Following Saturday morning
si ryices, families and friends gath- j>hc(1 in- business before marriage.
Arc-online, to Syrian Jewish cus-
tom. :: is the responsibility of the
bridegroom, not the bride, to pay
for the wedding.
<-.- for a Maza. which is similar ti
Bti Ashkena/ie Kiddush. except
petition.
This notice shall be pu
each nreecV f--r r..iu ,-..i,.... u-
in THE JEWISH PLORHHAN
witxkss ni> hand and in.
said court :ii .Miami. Kk>ri ... ,...J ..I AIKU-,. i;.,.-.
i:. i: LEATIIERMAN.
As '! rk. > "iri u:- i
iMd. Coauty, Plorl
By C. 1*. CUPEi_v.\u
A- Deput) Ci< rk
(Circuit Com'. j-.-.iO
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Miami, Florida ::::'._>
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Open fut/Y Dot (loird Sabbelfc
140 SW'57th Ave. MO 1-8583
Mmrt r< Only Strictiy Jewiih
Monument Dealer
Palmers
Miami Monument Company
3279 S.W. 8th Street, Miami
444-0921 444-0922
Open Sunday thru Friday
Personalized Memorials Custom
Crafted In Our Own Workshop.
Jleviti
Jllemorial C^hapel
"JfWISH FUNf'A! I -fCTORS '
LOCAL A'JO OUT Of STATE
imu'.r.iMi-.v,
Jewish Athlete
Breaks Olympic
Swiiniiiiii Record
NKYV YORK ""iJTAi Mark
Spitz swam a world record 2:00.7
in ihe men's 200-meter butterfly
in the Olympics Monday, shatter-
ing the standard he set earlier this
month at the U.S. trials.
Spit/', an Indiana University stu-
dent from Oarmichael, Calif., con-
linued on to his second triumph -vi"stin'..ii:
at the Olympic games when. 30
minutes after receiving his Oral
individual xoM metlal. he returned
and anchored the U.S. 400-meter
relaj team io a record 3:36.42
tnrhnph.
The New York Times, in a
"Man in the News" feature on
the Jewish athlete, noted that
when he was 10 years old swim-
ming Interfered with his after-
school Hebrew lessons.' His father
A nold Spitz, explained t> the
"Even God likes a winner,"
the Times feature reported.
Ai 14, Spitz mad" ii to the na-
tional championships and by 17
be was regarded "as one of the
ivorld's best, setting or tying ii
American records in on,- year and (Clrcuii Court Seal
IEGAI NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 7J.166W
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IV RE:
DEBRA PEARL AISTIX
Wife
nnd
HT'OO CHRI8TROPHBR
Ti>: Hugo Rhristronher Austin. Jr
Residence t'nknown
YOr AUK HEREBY ICOTIFIED
thai .m action f'.r DISMOlutlon of Mar-
ria.' has been filed aa-alnst jrou arid
you ;ir^ r.-.iuir.-.| to serve :i copy of
your written defenses, if ;m\- to tt
on Btanlej i;. Qoodman., attorney for
Petitioner, whose address i.- !SiU x w
SSnd Street, Miami, Florida :v:mt. and
file ike erioTtaal with the clerk of
Hi- above styled ,-.,Urt on ..r befon
September SO. IKS: otherwise de-
hull will l.....ntered aaainHl rou :
' n -i d. manded In the com
r petition
This notice shall i,. published once
''",..."",: f"r f""r eonsecuUve weeks
In THE JEW ISH PLORlniAX
\\'iTVK.ss my hand and the seal
< said court .k Miami, Florida ..n thi^
4 day of Aui i:'T_
K B I.BATHERMAN
a- Clerk, Circuit Coui l
Dade County, Florida
By C. M. r.i:.Ai:s-i:
As Iiipuiy Clerk
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts o 1941
File No. 72 A 515
NOTICE IS HEREKY Ul\ :.
Municipal Cusmluwts li
County Tax Bale Certlflcati
Issued Uih lal day of Ju A [>
i:'7". h-, filed the same
and has made apolii n r uil
d-<-d |o be is-u-i! thereon s i .1
lifleate embraces the
scribed property in ih.- Conni
Dade. Siai.-of Florida, to-wlt:
Iyts 1 to ine Btnek '.7
Resub ..f itik i.7 Plal li
Page "-5. Bsjotlou Is. Tows
South, Rana;e 41 East,
County of Dud*. State !' 1"
This deed will be issued -u
all other outatandiag !!, ;u. i : ]
of lliuhmh i.-tx.-v and liens
Tli.. assessneiit <-i said l
under Ihe amid certlflcata |
name of: Clara J. Shaffer
I'nlesH -;...i certificate si
deemed accordlns t. htw, rhi
erty described herein arlll ( is]
the hhjhosl bidder f-.r rash al tl
Courthouse door on Uw fir-'
In th. month of October, ':'
u th* Sad day < uutober, iT:
Dated tills ;Sth das -.f \Ui-u
K R I.EATHERM \ .
"I. rk of Circuit Umi i
Untie Countv. Florid i
II) C !" GuHUtrand, D.t
Circuit i ourl SV
S-l-s- ...
breaking five world marks in in-
ternational compel ii ion." the Times
stated
Stanley E t;.....imnn
-- N u snd Street
Ml em. Floi Ids 331 IS I
Attornry f,,r Pptltlom
I 18-23 J l-i
JNF To Honor Ambassador
WASHINGTON IJTAI The
Jewish National Fund of Greater
Washington plans to honor Am-
bassador and Mrs. Yitzhak Rabin
al an appreciation dinner in the
Washington Hilton Hotel Sundav.
Oct. 8. as the ambassador's tour oi
.. ... ...^ ------,.,,.,.,. ., ,. -.-..,..> ...... .,, rersnns Hav
duty nears its end. The JNF will K..,.,,e "r "'"""* Anafnsi s.,
also plant a torest in the names oi You are hereby notified
Yit/hak and I.eah Pab'n on the
I^banese border rear Baram.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-4212
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
, ,.,.N,OTICE TO CREDITORS
I" RK Estate ..(
HARRY fTTLDEN
Dea a-, .i
d All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ouir, .1
and
and
to present any cntlmi
mands which you may have i
the .-tat* of HARRY eti DEN de-
ceased late of Dade County Florida
1 li l,'i'n'','v'U" ," !':"'' ''"Un'v- "
nlTti, fir>' ""hli.-ution hereof
or the tame will i... barred
im> :
EMANUEL GORDON-1946
HARRY GORDON-1964
IKE GORDON
JAMES B. GORDON
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NOTICE is HEREHV niVRN that
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1 ounty. Florida,
III ii'
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
Fie No 72 A 521
\-"TliK 18 rtBREIIY i;ivr
Metro Consaaltants ii hi
founiy T.,v s-,i,. ,-.,..:.-
sued the i si day of Jui I I
has filed irw In m* l hs
nadi inni|, ntl. -i for i ir
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n r-'v In ih- <-itnt> of P
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t oi niocV t Tstnm W '
Sith. Putt Rook ': P.'-. '
County of Did*. Riats of "
Tl.i^ d.'.d will i>* lend Mil
other nutstandlna delinnm
Mi-mi Beach taxes and II* -
Thf anneasmi nl p .-i
under the n*.i c*rttncate wai
, name .f: soi \v pnm
I'nls said partlflcatv -' r.
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Ihe hiffhost bidder f..r
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in th* month of October, IS"
is th.- '.'nd .lav ..f O.-tol.-r. l'-T'.
Dated thi fuh dov of \i.-n-' Is..
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES C0UT
I IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV. FLORIDA
IN PROBATF
No 7.?683 nwli(i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In pi'. Fiat., of
I'll. t'l KM thomsov n,
To All Creditors and All Per- I .
iac Claims or Demands a
Estate: ,
Y..ii nr.' hereby notified
otiir.d tn nresenl any claims
mands which you may '
he etatr of PHARi R* THfVW
deceased Lit* of Pad- fount)
Ida, to tli* County Judc-
i"oiintj ami fli* the sam< ;'
nrovided In Beetle
their offices ll
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN tl
and
Ida Statutes ,,, ,,,.., ^..
County Courthouse In Dnn* hi
Florida, within six calendar
' from il. time of the flrsl nu
hereof. ..,- the same will be V".'.,,.,.
Dated al Miami. Florida, tl"'
lay of Anvil-1. a li 1*72
Al.("A PATTNO, t\c
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\V.VI.LA("K N MAK1!
Allornov for Executor ...,
Vddrew Snii* No. I Court vi." ''
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riday. September 1, 1972
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Page 15-C
Mendel Beiliss Still A Victim
By <.kor<;e krihiman
JTA Staff Writer
i
| Mendel Beiliss, persecuted in life,:
Ixins dishonored in death. His
hr. esite, untended nearly 40 \
ton, is suffering from what a,
MiK?tery official calls "a great
tal of neglect."
|On Sept. 25, 1913. Menachcm
rndel Beiliss went on trial in
liev on charges of having com-
littod ritual murder" at Easter-
ne, 1911, against Andrei (An-
Wushka) Yuschinsky, 13, whose
\*\y was found to have sustained
knife wounds. Beiliss, 39 and
kther of five, was an ex-soldier
fho worked as a brickworks dis- j
Itcher.
The prosecution, i.e., the Rus-
|an government, tried to picture i
lm as a pious Jew and thus part
worldwide Jewish conspiracy
Sing Christian blood for religious .
urposes. This opportunistic view!
tnored Beiliss' non-Orthodoxy; he i
las, in fact, non-observant and;
ad been working on the Saturday
be l.oy was killed.
"All witnesses against Beiliss
Hio faltered or retracted had j
ad been bribed or frightened by !
Wc Jews" wenl the prosecution's j
ase, noted Maurice Samuel in!
Hood Accusation: The Stranw j
li-tory of the Beiliss Case." He
lid of one witness: "As a liar
had an impressive delivery
.it was weak on supi>orting ma-j
rial."
[Another prosecution witness Fr. |
Jistin PranaitiB, believed the Pass-;
|er table included a special blood ,
Three medical experts re-
clivl "ritual murder" implica- j
(ins and one wasn't sure; the:
fill ?harged "ritual murder" but;
M found to have accepted a 40'M-:
Ible prosecution brilje.
[After 34 days, the jury sustained
"ritual murder" theory but ac- j
bitted Beiliss. The secret-police;
kief was later jailed for fabricat- j
evidence" derived from town ;
kinks, Beiliss, a 20th-century
reyfus, left the USSR the next!
bar '1914). worked without sue-,
?s in Tel Aviv and Jaffa for I
Eht. years, then mrved to New.
Oik in 1922 and worked, again
Ithout success, as printer and
siuance salesman, reoeated'y
using to capitalize on his news-
pit hiness.
|Although Samuel told when Beil-
die in't tell where (Saratoga
brings, N.Y.) or identify his bur-
ite. The Kiev defendant is in-
I) red In New Mt. Carmel Ceme-'
Iry. Brooklyn, N.Y., run by the
|orkmen's Circle, which lists him
"Beiles." A cemetery represen- J
Rive advised that clothing store!
kner Morris Kulok paid for Beil-
four-grave plot in 1934. but
|at from then till his own death
195 I didn't pay for its care. The
jokeswoman said upkeep wou'd
"very expensive" S200 a yen'.
IA Workmen's Circle representa-
k'e said it wasn't its resoonsibllity
to underwrite such upkeep, as "wo
have no funds to take care of in-
dividual graves." After asking who j
Beiliss had been, she remarked:'
"If he's so prominent, this is some-
thing that the friends of Mr. Beil- '
Itt should have taken care of. if
they fee! that strongly about1
something."
< '> w-iit ion Conniptions II: The
Republican National Convention.
planned to the last cloth oat, was j
hairier than the Democratic, but [
some fur managed to fly nonethe-,
less. Before the conclave even
opened, antiwar demonstrators re-1
turning to their tents found Amor- j
ican Nazis usurping the space and
promptly tossed them out on their
Roekwellian rears.
At Ihe first evening session Ron-
ald Reagan, the Acting Governor j
of California, lost one for the Gip-
per when he introduced keynoter
Edward Brooke as "the senior citi-'
ami from Massachusetts." The
Km praising the administration's
achievements, "The Nixon Years;
Change Without Chaos." men-
tioned Vietnam, China and Russia,
but not the Middle East; ditto the j
filmed tribute the next night called j
"Richard Nixon: Portrait of a.
President" strange for a party
hawking its policy in the Israeli-
Arab dispute. The session adjourn-
ed, though, with Rabbi Herschel
Sehaeter perorating in Hebrew.
The executive director of the;
National Welfare Rights Organi-
zation admitted to a television re-
porter that he was on the con-,
vention floor without credentials.
The group had tried "all the proc-
esses of this party" to gain con-
vention reprrscntntion, he said,!
"but we have been turned down." i
Therefore, he said on national TV. (
"The only way for the poor to get ]
into this convention is to sneak
in."
The second-night nominating
speech by New York Gov. Nelson
Rockefeller mentioned the Mid-
east in a brief passage praising
"the U.S.-sponsored cease-fire"
and proclaiming that after four
years of Nixon "there is p chance
for peace" in the area.
At a youth-for-Nixon rally out-
side the convention hall. Sammy
Davis aimed a camera at the
President while both were on-
Btage. "What are you trying to do,
shoot me in the back?" Nixon
quipped moments before para-
phrasing John F. Kennedy, to
which Davis replied to laughter:
"I'm the representative of Jet
magazine." Funny, he doesn't look
like a football player.
ii & is
Rounders Champ: Chaim Morris,
a math teacher at Flatbush Ye-
shiva High School. Brooklyn, col-
lects Jowish-themed buttons. He
ha- amassed over 300. and is still
going strong.
In addition to such familiar ex-
clamations 's "Jewish Power" and
"Kiss Me, I'm Jewish," they sport i
such snappy slogans as "Up!
Against the Wall, Mother Russia,"
"Another Zionist Hooligan for So-
viet Jewry." "See the Pyramids
Visit Israel." "Send Moshe Dayan
to Vietnam." "Israel Israel" and
"I Put On Tefillln Today, Did
You?"
Mr. Morris welcomes collectors'
Sen. Fincher
Hits Busing
correspondence1. You can button-
hole him at the school. 1605 Ave-
nue J. Brooklyn 11230. Dr. Ben Sheppard, a member i "
ft & -ft the Dade County School Boen .
Strikeout: Roy Silver of NBC this week endorsed- Sen. Die
Sports reports that Sandy Koufax Fincher's campaign for reelectio
is married to Richard Widmark's, i to the State Senate, District 3"
not David Janssen's daughter, as
indicated by this columnist re-
cently. Right world, wrong series.
Barry Offering Piano, Real Estate Courses
Barry College will conduct piano
classes for children and adults in
the Electronic Piano Lab. Regis-
tration, which is open to beginners
and intermediates, will be held
Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the
Music Department in the Fine
Arts Building.
The college is also offering a
Mini-Session Real Estate Course I
- Principles and Practices. The
course, a prerequisite for sales-
Bombing Of El Al
Jet Part Of A Plan
PARIS (JTA) A warning
that Arab terrorists may soon
launch new attacks on civilian
planes and airports in Western
Europe was Issued Tuesday by the
International Air Transport Asso-
ciation (IATA) from its Geneva
headquarters.
The communique said IATA se-
curity services had discovered that
the recent explosion of a bomb in I
the luggage compartment of an i
El Al plane on a Rome-Lod flight :
"was not an isolated instance but l
part of a general plan."
IATA cautioned all air travellers
not to accept parcels or presents
from strangers before hoarding'
planes and to carefully cheek their
own luggage for explosives con-
cealed "by terrorist elements."
Airport security services,
throughout Western Europe were;
asked by IATA to increase secur-
ity checks on passengers and their
baggage. ___I
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Dr. Shepiwrd praised Sen. Find-
er's record of service to the com-
munity, the state legislature f< -
10 years and to furthering int< -
faith activities.
Sen. Fincher continued his cor -
IKtign against a personal incon
tax on a state level, noting thh'
no state has yet reduced its sale-
tax after enacting a personal in-
come tax.
The veteran Democratic senator
a member of the powerful Way -
and Means Committee, also voice I
his <>p|H>sit urn to massive, force :
busing "solely to achieve racial
lalance." This i>olicy was reject* I
by Florida voters and by those In
our district by overwhelming ma-
jorities in the March 14 straw vot
Sen. Fincher said.
Twice president of the Univc -
s-ty of Miami Eaton Foundation,
Sen. Fincher, a graduate of Cor-
nell University, pledged his sui -
port for state aid to Hebrew day
schools and other private school-.
'Tuition no longer can handle the
soaring inflation of education') 1
costs." he said, "and synagogues
and churches simply can't make
up the difference on their own."
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Classes scheduled for your
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Friday. September 1, \r-\
SoHUA S^eCUilf SAVE UP TO 40' ON 2 PKGS.
COPELAND S ALL MEAT ^^ ^k
Wieners 3y<
69
AMERICAN KOSHER
FRANKS or KNOCKS
12-OZ.
or nnvvi%9 pkg.
LIMIT 2 PKGS EITHER BRAND. PIEASE WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF $7 OR MORE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES.
PPtSAMOHAMl ----- fm ). SI RIGHT OR 0'DOGS 1 ^ #OC
Hot Dog Buns.....................Ss 23c Willy's Sauerkraut.............bag I*
SHOP FOOD FAIR
Save 3-Ways
BIG BONUS SPECIALS!
EVERYDAY LOW PRICES!
MERCHANTS green STAMPS
WITH YOUR EVERY PURCHASE!
TOP U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN
DELMONICO $
STEAKS
USDA
CHOICE
*
TOP U S CHOICE WESTERN
STEAKS
?i
29
LB.
TOP U S CHOICE WESTERN
CENTER
CUTS
ROAST
?1
09
LB
I SAVE 18'-ROYAL CASTLE BIRCH BEER OR DADS ^w > _
Root Beer 2S$1
YOUR CHOICE!
SAVE 18*- ROYAL CASTLE BIRCH BEER OR DADS ^^^
HALF
GALLON
BOTTLES
f p BPAND DEllOO'JS __
Potato Chips .... BaG 58e Hygrade Pretzel Puffs }% 33e
Instant Dry Milk !KJk s1 39 HunfsnackTack Salads 'Xf 19e
TOP QUALITY VINE RIPE
Honey dews 69e
GARDEN FRESH
Egg Plants
garden fresh
19c Firm Salad Tomatoes 6 39c
FQLGER'S ^/fw/
INSTANT COFFEE
SAVE 42*
10-OZ.
JAR
IMTj ONE JAR PLEASE. WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF S7 OR MORE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
SAVE 18'-LIGHT N LIVELY-ALL FLAVORS
iMVt 10-LI^MI IN LIVtLY-ALL FLAVORS
Yogyrt......s*AL1tST......3 s 69c
FOOD>A,k 0QR|C 0P|, fl C|,RU,; ,;
Creamed Cottage Cheese IS 77c Grace Punch 2 '2RC
Creamed Cottage Cheese
EOOD FAIR HORIDA FRESH SMALL
Grade'A'Eggs 3oo^$
Dak Smoked Salami
FOOD FAIR CRINKLE CUT FROZEN
1
DORIC ')": CITRU'i 0*
Grape Punch
Sliced Smoked Meats "igf
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Copeland Corned Beef
39*
1
0O2 $149
PI -,
French Fries.........^E 2
Hot W Buttery Waffles 45c
Buifoni Cheese Ravioli
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79c
riUM AVAUAUE AT STOIIS HAV.NG tlly.r, ,..,... ..................._. '
AWTIZEIS avaii.il, AI STOtES HAVINC SEIVICE COUNT...
All IUNCH MEATS t CHEESE SUCID TO YOU. 0.01. $
RARE OR MEDIUM
ROAST BEEF
BONUS ^^ ^
SPECIAL i IIQC HALF
SAVE 80' LB. ^F^P LB-
SAVE 80< LB All WHITE MEAT
Turkey Roll..........................HF 98c
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. NONE SOLO
OU JUST CAN T iUY THIM ANrWHEKE ELSE J0i
| AH .AKEO GOOD, MADE V ,' vECETA.i, SHO.TEN.NG.
FAMILY LOAF
WHITE BREAD
20c
l-LB.
LOAF
FOOD
FAIR
SUPERMARKETS
PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU SUNDAY. SEPT. 3rd
AT ALL FOOD FAIR & FREDERICKS STORES
EXCLUDING FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS
S6&fr eaittf
ALL FOOD MARKETS
CLOSED LABOR DAY
HAPPY HOLIDAY!
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HEAT & SERVE FRIED
FISH STICKS
FOOD FAIR
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SAVE 10c FOOD FAIR
Apple Strudel......................?FG6 49c
TO DEALERS. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR TYPOORAPH.CAL ERRORS.
SEA STAR
ICELANDIC
EASY
TO FIX
REFRESHING BEER
Busch Bavarian
ONUS SPECIAll
SAVE 20'
12-OZ
NO RETURN
BOTTLES