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

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

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SJewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY end THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Number 37
Miami, Florida Friday, Sept. 15, 1972
Two Sections Price 20c
eli Diplomats Gratified by U.S. Veto
IrK (JTA)Israeli
li the United Nations
fashington expressed
today for the his-
Leto of a three-pow-
Li before the Security
it ignored the provo-
Irab terrorism in Mu-
inection with Israel's
Jat terrorist bases in
[Lebanon Friday.
ior George Bush, who
he MCOnd I.'.S. veto in
K. ml also the recipi-
fciise from American
tilers and Jewish or-
idor Yosef Tekoah,
envoy to the U.N.
characterized the resolution as
"a one-sided text" that ignored
the universal menace of Arab
terrorism and said: "The nega-
tive vote cast by the United
States which prevented the
adoption of the inequitable draft
will be applauded by the people
of Israel and all peoples who de-
sire to see the end of violence
and the attainment of peace in
the Middle Fast."
Foreign Minister Abba Eban
also expressed appreciation for
the l\S. veto. He said the veto
ml "an act of great inter-
national Importance" because it
indicated that the Security
Council could 1m- something more
than a "factory ror the produc-
tion of unfriendly resolutions."
Gad Ranon. a spokesman for
the Israel Fmbassy is Wash-
ington, told newsmen, "The
American veto is important as
an indication of the American
administration's determination
to explore every possible avenue,
including the U.N. to curb ter-
rorism."
Herman L. Weisman, presi-
dent of the Zionist Organization
of America, sent a telegram to
Secretary of State William P.
Rogers commending the U.S.
veto. "America's stand In pre-
venting the I'.N*. from once
again applying a double standard
as between the State of Israel
and other member nations is a
constructive use of the power of
veto in the interests of justice
and international cooperation,"
he said.
A telegram was sent to Presi-
dent Nixon by Rabbi Israel Mill-
Air Strikes Tart Of A
!ontinuing War' Elazar
|VIV (JTA) Israel's
Staff described last
|r strikes against ter-
es in Syria and Leba-
|rt of a continuing war
wth an upsurge of
| activity from those
I Gen. David Elazar,
jssed the latest mili-
lations in a television
said the air attacks
effective in fighting
not attack Syria or
I as such but only the
[base* that have been
to be set up there
he source of the terror-
lies," he said.
Bazar stressed that ev-
was made not to
Hlian settlements, add-
j it was. unfortunately,
|ys possible do to this
the terrorists custom-
ate their bases near
enters. Gen. Elazar de-
Irdanian report that Is-
raft bombed a Jor-
hllage during a battle
Ian planes over the Go-
l^hts Saturday. He
tger Asked
>test Fees
INGTON (JTA)B'nai
orted it has asked
Idential advisor Henrv
"vigorously protest"
|t Union's "exorbitant
against educated So-
seeking to emigrate.
Ire to President Nixon
f. David M. Blumberg,
<>f B'nai B'rith, pro-
Dr. Kissinger's cur-
lltations in Moscow be
convey the United
fctress over the tactic
would-be emigre as
|$30,000 depending on
of his "free educa-
te Soviet Union.
sure which Blum-
fcmned as "sheer ran-
cheduled for a rati-
ote by the Supreme
sday.
|of Golda Meir's Knes-
made Aug. 23, de-
le Soviet plan. Page
blamed the Syrian pilots who,
he said, dropped their bombs
indiscriminately as they fled
pursuing Israeli jets, and claim-
ed that no Israeli bombers were
in the air at the time. He also
confirmed that three Syrian
jets were shot down and a
fourth damaged and that no Syr-
ian pilots were seen parachuting
before the iilanes crashed.
Tension was evident in the
border region. The Golan
Heights were closed to holiday-
makers and Israeli settlements
in the region were placed on
alert.
Meanwhile, reports from Cairo
indicated that while the Egyp-
tian government is angered
with the Israeli air strikes it
is determined to avoid military
action in order to go on with
the diplomatic campaign to gain
political support in Western Eur-
ope following the withdrawal of
Soviet military from Egypt.____
POLICE ON ALERT
Terrorists May Plan
Additional Atrocities
COPENHAGEN (JTA)- Dan-
ish police are standing guard
this week over oil refineries and
other installations believed to be
targets of Arab terrorists.
Police also imposed strict con-
trols at all land, sea and air
entry points following an alert
from West German police sourc-
es that terrorists were planning
widespread acts of sabotage to
back up their demand for the re-
lease of three terrorists captur-
ed in Munich last week. The
three were members of a gang
that killed 11 members of Is-
rael's Olympic team.
According to unconfirmed re-
ports, Arab terrorists have al-
ready entered Denmark from
Germany, among them was
Leila Khaled, the terrorist who
tried unsucessfully to hijack an
El Al plane over Britain two
years ago. Miss Khaled, repor-
tedly seen in Holland recently,
was the object of a Europe-wide
alert to airlines and air|>ort
authorities last week.
Danish police evacuated the
Imperial Hotel which houses the
Egyptian Embassy Sunday after
receiving an anonymous bomb
threat. A new terrorist scare oc-
curred Sunday night at Olym-
pic Village in Munich when it
was reported that shots had
been heard near the quarters of
the Russian and Moroccan
teams. Rumors circulated that
er, president of the American
Zionist Federation. It said, "The
U.S. move underscores America's
sense of fair play and objectivity
in a Security Council whose his-
tory is punctuated by partiality,
injustice and hostility."
Israeli Embassy
Official Shot
By EDWIN EYTAN
Chief, JTA European Bureau
BRUSSELS (JTA) A 42-
year-old Israeli diplomat. Zadok
Offir, who was hit by four bullets,
is at the St. Pierre Hospital,
where a hospital spokesman told
the Jewish Telegraphic Agency
he is "off the danger list."
Israeli Fmbassy spokesman
Ellecer Palmar, told the n.\
that an Arab who identified
himself as Mohamed Ahmed
Kabbah, phoned the Israeli Em-
bassy and said he knew about
Palestinian plans to attack an
Israeli installation iu Brussels.
Continued On I'age 8-A
one policeman was shot dead
and three wounded. West Ger-
man police who sealed off the
village said later they found no
victims.
Three Arabs were taken into
custody today at Munich Air-
port and more than 55 departing
Arab passengers were delayed
by security checks as German
l>olice continued their inquiry
into the Olympic killings.
The three Arabs, who were
not immediately identified by
officials, were detained because
their names had been found on
a piece of paper found in the
wallet of one of the terrorists
killed last Tuesday in a shoot-
out when police tried unsuccess-
fully to free the nine Israeli
hostages held by the terrorists.
Police spokesmen also claim to
have refused entry to 57 Arab
passengers who tried to land at
the Munich Airport- They were
put on planes for destinations
outside West Germany.
According to government
sources, nine Arab underground
organizations with a total of
110 subsidiary groups are known
to the authorities to be operat-
ing on West German soil. There
are 20.000 Arab migrant work-
ers and 16.CO0 Arab students
currently registered in West
Germany, about 3,000 of them
Palestinians. These groups are
believed to provide the terrorist
cells with recruits.
News Briefs
Five-Day Vigil For Slain Athletes
NEW YORK (JTA) A five-day vigil for the 11 Israeli ath-
letps killed in Munich last week began Monday at the Brotherhood
in action Mall here. The vigil is being conducted by the Metropoli-
:an area councils of B'nai B'rith District 1. Each day during the
noon hour one of the councils will stage a silent march of mourning,
culminated by the lighting of the recitation of the kaddish, B'nai
B'rith reported. The candles will then be carried to B'nai B'rith
headquarters, where they will burn for 24 hours.
Two Youths Held In Killing Of Soldier
TEL AVIV (JTA)A clash between Russian emigres and
Oriental Jews was narrowly averted in the new immigrant town-
ship of Misdal Haemek following the killing Friday of a young
soldier, Moshe Green. 18. who recently immigrated here from the
Soviet Union. Two Oriental youths, were taken into custody and
one of them reportedly confessed to the killing, which was the out-
come of a brawl.
Militia Denies Jews Aecess
NEW YORK (JTA) More than 100 militia men surrounded
the Moscow Choral Synagogue last weekend and denied access to
the synagogue at certain times of the day. the National Conference
on Soviet Jewry and Student Struggle of Soviet Jewry reported.
Jews were forbidden access to the synagogue after 7 p.m. for Rosh
Hashanah evening servces and after noon for daytime services. Any
group which gathered in the area was dispersed, according to
NCSJ. In addition, traffic was rerouted from surrounding streets
to the narrow street on which the synagogue is located.
JNF Planting Trees In Meinoriam
NEW YORK (JTA)The Jewish National Fund will plant
trees in the John F. Kennedy Peace Forest in Israel in tribute to
the 11 Israeli Olympians, according to an announcement made by
Meyer Pesin. JNF national president, who said this decision was
taken in response to the urging of many Americans who have been
telephoning the JNF offices to express their shock and grief over
the killings and requesting the planting of trees.
9th Maccabiah Dedicated To Slain 11
TEL AVIV (JTA)The ninth Maccabiah an all-Jewish
sports event-which will take place in Israel in July 1973. will be
dedicated to the memory of the 11 victims of the Munich massacre.
A decision to that effect was adopted unanimously here by the
Executive of the Maccabi World Union.
Jordan Will Not Make Separate Agreement
JEPUSALEM (JTA) Anwar el Khatib, the former governor
of East Jerusalem district, has told reporters that Jordan will not
make a separate settlement with I=racl. El Khatib. who recently
returned from a visit to Amman where he met K.ng Hussein, was
commenting on a statement by the Palestine Liberation OrRan.za-
tion In that announcement El Khatib was accused of conducting
Political talks in Jerusalem on behalf of the Jordanian government.
He emphasutd Amman's determination not to act separately, and
categorically denied being assigned to any political nwssion by
Jordan.


Page 2-A
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Friday. Septemr^r 15,i^
a' the Young Men's anil Young
Women's Hebrew Association of
' Y' Names AI Ian Just As
Cultural Arts Director
One of the major dei>artments also active with the entire com-
munity. He was on the board of
directors of the Memphis Arts
Council, the Memphis Ballet Soc-
iety, the Red Balloon .Players and
the Memphis Chamber of Com-
merce, and directed the 1972 Miss
Memphis Pageant.
Mr. Just holds the position of
National Chairman of the Cul-
tural Arts Section of the Associa-
tion of Jewish Center Workers
iAJCWI. In addition to his pro-
fessional capacity, he directed and
played in numerous community
and college theatre groups in New-
York, Pennsylvania, Iowa and
Tennessee.
Naturally, with Mr. Just's back-
ground, drama will play a major
role in "Y" programming this fall.
Registrations are being accepted
through Oct. 2, with the Academy
o( Cultural and Performing Arts
claiming the largest share of ac-
tivities and classes for the year.
ALLAH JUST
Greater Miami 1YM-YWHA) is
1 iking on a new name ami a now j
director. The "Academy of Cul- I
tural and Performing Arts" will ,
be guided by Allan Just <>f Mem- !
phis, Tenn.
Mr. Just is a graduate of Penn j
State University with a B.A. de-
}? ee in Liberal Arts. After some i
graduate work at the University
I [owa, he joined the Memphis
Jewish Community Center as the
director of cultural arts.
In the five years he was with
the Memphis JCC, Mr. Just was '
tjiouMjnn *S* qp* s*
tubbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
Phone 672-7304
MS MICHIGAN AVt., MIAMI BEACH
Ells Donate FIU Plaque
Leon J. Kll, Miami Beach civic
and religious leader, enrolled as
the first graduate student at Flor-
ida International University. He
and Mrs. Kll were to unveil the
University Goals Plaque they do-
nated during opening day cere-
monies at the new state university
Thursday.
Fascell Attacks
Nixon O11 Housing
The Administration refuses to
meet the critical public housing
needs of the nation, despite a lot
of sugar-coated language to the
contrary." Congressman Dante
Fascell charged'this week.
Mr. Fascell made the statement
upon receiving a letter from Casp-
er Weinberger, director of the
Federal Office of Management and
Budget, which has made available
only half of the funds authorized
by the Congress for nublic hous-
ing operational subsidies.
The letter was in response to fi
plea from Rep. Fascell that the
fund! be made avauaDle. Daue
County's housing agency faces
possible bankruptcy if the Federal
money is not provided promptly.
In addition to the need for con-
struction of new. low-rent units
for the 14.000 persons currently on
Dade County's waiting list, nitrat-
ing funds are necessary to ensure
that the housing projects are
maintained in livable condition and
to enable the County to comply
with Federal law which specifies
that no individual can pay more
than 25 per cent of his income
for rent.
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fridoy. September 15 1972
*Jenist ihrktimn
Page 3-A
\HEW Program Results In
\Some 'Dangerous Trends'
lEVV YORK Six national
liih organizations have asked
retary of Health. Education
i Welfare Elliot Richardson to
tstigato and correct "dangerous
Us" in college admissions and
Lty hiring that they said re-
led from misinterpretation and
^application of HEW "affirma-
. action" programs.
Tie report cites specific exam-
, of "preferential treatment
| other improper procedures in
hissions and employment at
(eges and universities." and pro-
s 33 illustrative instances" of
i practices.
Representatives of the organi-
|ons Agudath Israel of Amer-
American Jewish Committee,
Jeriran Jewish Congress, Anti-
Emation League of B'nai B'rith,
Irish Labor Committee and Jew-
|\Var Veterans of the U.S.A.
J with Secretary Richardson in
(-May t" tell him of their con-
_. At that time, he requested
locuniented report of their re-
Jrch Into the matter, and that
jort was t nrwarded to Mr. Rich-
|son this month.
, a covering letter to the Sec-
iry, Albert Weiss, director of
IL's Discriminations Depart-
Vt who prepared the document,
B "distortion of affirmative ac-
fc" should be corrected "so that
goal of increasing minority
Jresentation in education will be
lieved without quotas or pro-
ttional percentage hiring."
he Jewish organizations asked
, Richardson to inform them
what action HEW takes in re-
Id to each case.
hey said that Sections 601, 602,
I 703 (j. of the 1964 Civil Rights
and Executive Order obliged
|\V to take corrective measures
en in cases where imporper
ctices are apparently initiated
| the schools themselves."
he 16-page report included the
owing instances among the
ctices the agencies objected to:
The experience of Marco De-
|iis, Jr.. a white applicant for
lission to the law school of the
pversity of Washington who
suit in the State Superior
brt in Seattle alleging that he
been discriminated against
en he was refused admission to
law s Jter qualified than 30 of the 31
nority group members admitted
the 1971 fall term. The uni-
sity said that it had rejected
t. DeFunis in order to effectuate
I policy that preference be given
j blacks and members of other
nority groups in admissions.
he Washington Superior Court
led in favor of DeFunis and or-
fed the university to admit him
nediately. The university did
but has appealed the decision
the State's Supreme Court.
The Affirmative Action Re-
rt tiled by Northwestern Uni-
M.v with HEW in late 1971
fueled a provision that, with
IPect to five specified depart-
Pits. "We intend to freeze
fancies ... as they arise, care-
lly monitor good faith search
wedures and permit replace-
fit appointments only to the ex-
l>t the units ... hire faculty at
r*,P f 25'^ women and racial
pority. in other words, no Te-
nement will be authorized un-
a woman or racial minority
f"'ty member is found." The
wt also said that the univer-
' Wll "reserve a pool of posi-
rns in its College of Arts and
fences faculty, to be filled only
*omen or racial minorities.
Pool will include 20% of new
"Wions and 10% of the vacan-
>n existing positions.
f" addition, the chairman of the
Payment of Economics at
kestern began a letter sent
k'n Economics professor at an-
w university with this state-
We are looking for fe-
" economists and members of
minority groups. As you know,"
Northwestern, along with a lot of
other universities, is under some
pressure from the Office of Eco-
nomic Opportunity (sic) to hire
women. Chicanos, etc."
In order to compete with
other colleges for the relatively
small number of qualified black
faculty and administrators avail-
able, Pima College in Phoenix.
Ariz., introduced what it called
a "fudge factor" offering as
much as $700 extra pay to mi-
nority holders of teaching positions
as a means of attracting them to
the school's faculty (in violation
of the principle of equal pay for
equal work).
Under the heading. "Other Im-
proper Procedures," the report
gave instances of asking individuals
their race or ethnic origin. "Each
instance." the report said, "con-
stitutes a violation of the individ-
ual's right to privacy and is also
improper because it establishes a
data base for discriminatory se-
lection."
Included were the registration
form used for both the Law School
Admission Test and the Law School
Data Assembly Service which re-
CJF Board and Committees Considering
A Very Wide Range Of Jewish Concerns
quests information from the appli-
cant with regard to his ethnic
identification and an Associa-
plication form for would-be medi-
cal students applying for the Fall
1973 term, distributed to medical
schools under the sponsorship of
the Association of American Medi-
cal Colleges, requesting informa-
tion concerning applicants' ethnic
lindentification and an Associa-J
tion questionnaire filled out by I
students when they take the Medi-
cal College Admission Test. In
these, individual material is in-
cluded to indicate that it may be
to a minority applicant's advantage
to so identify himself.
In addition to Mr. Weiss, who
signed the report for ADL, the
document was endorsed for their
organizations by Rabbi Morris
Sherer, president of Agudath Is-
rael of America; Seymour Samet,
national director of social action
of American Jewish Committee;
Naomi Levine, executive director
designate of American Jewish Con-
gress; Emanuel Muravchik, exec-
utive director of Jewish Labor
Committee; and Felix Putterman,
national executive director of
Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A.
An intensive field of concerns
currently before organized North
American Jewish communities,
ranging from rescue and rehabili-
tation efforts in behalf of the
storm-ravaged Jewish community
of Wilkes-Barre, Pa., and neigh-
boring cities to the latest restric-
tive "head" tax placed on Soviet
Jews seeking to emigrate to Israel,
as well as the social and human
needs of Israel's new immigrants
is being ctinsldereo* at me Fall
quarterly meeting of the Board of
Directors of the Council of Jew-
ish Federations and Welfare
Funds (CJF), this week in New
York City.
CJF president Max M. Fisher
said that the more than 200 com-
munal leaders and Federation
executives from the United States
and Canada attending the meeting
will be participants in a series of
meetings that center on wide-
ranging programs and proposals
for the strengthening of Jewish
communal services and which call
for community and CJF action.
Among the highlights of the
three-day session will bo reports
of the recently concluded meeting
in Jerusalem of the Board of Gov-
ernors of the Jewish Agency which
issued a "statement of needs" for
1973 totalling $785 million to pro-
vide for Israel's immigration, ab-
sorption, housing and other urgent
needs; a report on the new Soviet
visa regulations requiring Soviet
Jews who wish to emigrate to Is-
rael to pay a heavy tax based upon
levels of educationa penalty
which world leaders, Jewish and
others, are determined to have re-
voked, and a report on flood de-
velopments, especially in Wilkes-
Barre, Pa., which was devastated
by tropical storm Agnes earlier
this summer.
Committee sessions will cover
programs for greater Jewish depth
and purpose in Leadership Deve-
lopment, with a presentation by
Dr. Allen Pollack, of Yeshiva Uni-
versity; the Personnel Services
Committee, with representatives
from five major universities in the
CJF Federation Executive Re-
cruitment and Education Program,
Federation endowment fund de-
velopment, social planning, over-
seas services, college youth and
faculty, and budgets of national
agencies by the Large City Budget-
ing Conference.
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Friday, September 15, 1972
Volume 45
7 TISHRI 5733
Number 37
WASHINGTON As chair-
man ol the P.cpublican sena-
torial campaign committee. Sen.
Peter Dominick of Colorado has
made an interesting forecast.
He predicts that the Republi-
cans will gain control of the
Senate if President Nixon is re-
elected with a national majority
reaching 553! of the total vote.
This seems a sensible, down-
to-earth judgment, in accord
with past American [>olitical
experience. But in that case,
unless the pollsters are now
candidates for the insane asy-
lum, something like a 'force 10"
political earthquake may now be
in the making.
consider the Inquiring Dr.
Gsllup. for instance. The Gallup
Poll used the secret-ballot poll-
ing technique immediately after
the Republican convention. This
Day Of Atonement Provides Insight
The Kol Nidre chant Sunday evening, ushering in the
day of fasting and soul-searching that is the keystone of
Yom Kippur, will have added solemnity because of the
events that preceded Rosh Hashanah. The feeling is not
cne of mourning, however, but rather one of seriousness,
end the Kol Nidre expresses the idea that man's plans and
promises, no matter how earnest, cannot always be ful-
filled.
The Jewish concept of sin, a recurrent theme of the day,
is that of missing one's goal, losing sight of the important
things in life, failing to understand that man is a free and
responsible creature who must work for the good he wishes
to attain.
The insight into ourselves which comes from the Day
of Atonement should provide us with the spiritual uplift
needed for another year that we pray will bring us peace
and health.
The Only Real Solution
In the grief and bitterness all Jews feel over the mas
sacre of eleven Israelis at Munich we should not overlook
the fact that there are in the world fanatic terrorists who
kill without regard for the consequences of their deeds and
who. in many instances, receive asylum and support from
nations which officially deplore such actions. Even while
the violence in Germany was unioldina. such countries cf
the free world as Great Britain and France were voting
against a proposal to deal with aerial hijacking.
We live in a world of violence, under the shadow of
the atom bomb, the memory of concentration camps and
genocide. The wholesale slaughter of civilians in Biafra,
Pakistan, Vietnam and Indonesia has continued to bring th idea of extermination camps up to date. We rightly con
demn the small band of terrorists in Ireland for their bomb-
ing and shooting of innocents, as we condemned those
who slaughtered the innocents at Lod airport. But the kill-
ingon large and small scale, official and unofficial --
continues.
While there have been many rumors of late, the pros-
pects of peace negotiations in the Middle East were ad
mittedly dim, and even those rumors have been put to
rest by the events at Munich and Israel's reprisal raids on
Lebanon and Syria. They were understandable if we be-
lieve that revenge is the cure for most of the ills of vio-
lence, but there are many in Israel as well who, sym-
pathetic to the Israel view, believe that the only real solu-
tion must be a positive approach to the Palestine problem
as well as the elimination of the terrorist bands.
JDL A Menace Wherever It Exists
Referring to Rabbi Meir Kahane, the Jewish Defense
League leader, who has moved his "hooligan" tactics to
Israel, the Jerusalem Post commented recently that he
"gravely underestimates Israel's desire for peaceful ne-
gotiations at all levels." His suggestion that the JDL in
New York was prepared to kidnap Soviet diplomats in
order to force the U.S.S.R. to revoke their ransom demands
is in line with the reaction of the American group to the
tragedy at Munich. Retaliation, in the warped mentality of
these Jewish hooligans, "can only be done by the assassi-
nation of Arab diplomats all over the world."
Defense Minister Moshe Dayan used the mild term
of "foolish" in describing Kahane and his gang which re-
cently stormed into Hebron in an effort to demonstrate
Jewish ownership of the West Bank city. But as the Jeru-
salem Post points out, "Violence is indivisible and random
violence is a crime against justified political protest." It is
obvious that the JDL is a menace wherever it exists.
by JOSEPH ALSOf
is important, since thi- wl
nique always much reducesT'
!>erccntage of undecided tqb!
And the result vvas 6 '
President Nixon; .
George McGovero and M
the '"don't know" colurr
Those are amazing i:ut sail
unprecedented figures. Tiwl
closely resemble the res ''iZI
tained at the identical ; ;n, |
the contest betwi ml
Johnson and Sen, Barn
water in 1964. And it :
course the Republican d
in 1964 that gave the
crats such a powerful | M
during grip on both Hi i anstf
Senate.
YOC CAM BEE,
present frame of mind >f thl
leaders of the Hi
ate Democratic campaign cm
ir.ittees. It was summe -I
the remark of one of tl- I
mittec's veterans: '\Vc': > gojaJ
to have to conduct the |
scale educational
ticket-splitting that i i
taken place in Ami |
cal history."
Of course it is hai
President Nixon holdii 1
thing like a 34' lead o- S
McGovern that he is rv> oi
ited with. Rut even il t. le
is cut in half. Il |
\k ill still have a 58.5 I l>:
popular vote, or well ill
Dominick'a magic num
FCKTIIKRMOKr:. thi
licans need to pick up i J
seats to take over contn I
Senate. Yet then are o
than nine presently Dei J
Senate seats that Ri
( on l in lied on Page \
.COMMENT
It comes as no surprise to
those of us with long memories
-- and some precious old files
that Washington Post sports
columnist Shirley Povich would
condemn Avery Brundage for
his "tasteless pep talk" at the
Olympic memorial ceremony for
the murdered Israeli athletes in
Munich. For this very same man
who, in Povich's words, incredi-
bly coupled the terrible tragedy
. with the ouster of Rhodesia,
against his wishes", back in 1936
over-rode Christian and Jewish
protests to lead the American
team to Hitler's Olympic games.
And in 1968, when our Negro
athletes cried out against team
discrimination, Brundage dis-
played his insensitivity to any-
thing that might disturb his
narrow view of a world encom-
I>assed by an athletic stadium.
THE BOYCOTT movement in
1936 was no small matter. Not
only Jewish organizations but
many Christian leaders were
strongly opposed to sending an
American team to Berlin, for
they saw it as an endorsement
of Hitler's anti-Semitic policies
which already were destroying
Jews. I recall vividly a huge
mass meeting in Madison Square
Garden and other demonstra-
tions. But they had no effect
on Brundagewho. as a matter
of record, had praised the pre-
parations made by theGermany
of Adolf Hitler.
I also recall the support he re-
ceived from his colleague on the
International Olympic Commit-
tee, a General Sherrill who, an-
noyed at one point, made it clear
that the protests were unimpor-
tant to the United States be-
cause "there never was a pro-
minent Jewish athlete in his-
tory." it wasn't true then, of
course, and by some tragic twist
of fate the most prominent ath-
lete in these 1972 Games and.
undoubtedly, in all its history.
is Mark Sptiz, the Jewish youth
who won an unprecedented
seven gold medals in the week
before the terrorists struck.
ONE NEED not dwell too long
on the history of Avery Brund-
age who, at 84, has run out of
time to change. White Anglo-
Saxon Protestant Brundage
could not comprehend what
troubled the Jews in 1936. nor
the problems of the blacks in
1968 and 72. One of his major
enterprises for many years was
the Montecito Country Club in
Santa Barbara, California, which
he owned and which barred both
Jews and Negroes.
If Brundage's insensitivity
can be understood by his back-
ground, it is difficult, as I look
back to those days when I was
a sports writer and covered the
track and field world, to under-
stand the mentality of many
Jewish athletes. Thus men like
Marty Glickman of Syracuse and
Sam Stoller of Michigan, sprint-
ers, went along with the Ameri-
can team. There was also
weight-lifter Dave Mayer, Sam
Baiter on the basketball team
and fencer Norman Armitage
Ht once was Cohnl on the trip
to Berlin. Jewish athletes, notab-
ly from Hungary. Poland and
Belgium also competed.
bv EDWARD I OliO
THE 0VT8TANDIN0 protest!
came from the fine athl 1
the 92nd Street Y.MHA V I
York, always sin >i I
who refused to participate cvenl
in the trials to cho
American team.
With the attitude ol Brun*j
age, it came as no surprise ttat
Glickman and Stoller were not
chosen to run in the 400-neW
relay race in a last-minute deci-
sion. The only consoling feature
was that they were e;,iieedby
Jesse Owens and Ralph <*"
calfe, two great black athlete*
and considered just as late**
as the Jews by Hitler.
I MUST confess to no Pt|
desire to having so n the j*
Games discontinued became
the tragedy. The mind some-
how, has become dulled alHl
there no longer was any Inter*"
one way or the other. Since
could no longer bear to tfn
the competition as I had doafl
for many pleasurable e. fflW
the television set remained dart
and the 1972 Olympiad aruM*"
out in blood.
It is no more than right lf
may sit in judgment, that J nan
who sav no evil in Hitler and"1
persecution of the Jews in
who saw no evil in Hitler andM-
tion against blacks In Amcnca
and elsew here in the >rld
1967 and '72 should end w
career condemned for his ins*
sitiv ity by all the world. For oes-
pite all its troubles, this '- n'\
longer the world of the Av'Jg
Brundages and we are
better for that.

all -V
JJav
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f| September 15. 1972
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fairly $500,000 Pledged In
Israel Bonds Holiday Drive
Kantner Selected Principal Of New Hollywood School
t-rlvhalf a million dollars in
[TboiuIs was pledged for Is-
K dev.'ll''-.ont and security
I sponded to a special ap|>eal from
| Ambassador Yit/hak Rabin. Is-
I rael's ambassador to the United
States, fur increased support as
the new year begins.
'There was a 100r; increase in
Israel Bonds commitments this
year by 14 synagogues and tem-
ples in the Miami area," Mr. Par-
son announced.
Judging from the rc the Rosh Hashanah High Holidays.
Mr. Parson believes the one mil-
lion dollar mark in sale of Israel
Bonds will be surpassed by Yom
Kippur in this year's overall High
Holiday campaign effort.
Richard I. Kantner will be prin-
cipal of the new American Heri-
tage School at 1725 Monroe St-
ill Hollywood, according to the
school's co-directors, William R.
Laurie and Philip J. Clemcnte.
Mr.Kantner who, has been affil-
iated with the Personal Depart-
ment of the Broward County
School Board for the past four
years, was previously a teacher at
Nova High School, Fort Lauder-
dale. He earned an M.Ed, degree
iri Administration and Supervision
from Florida Atlantic University
in Boca Raton and expects to re-
ceive an Ed.S. degree from the
Like the tirst American Heri-
tage School in Fort Lauderdale.
which or>ened only last year and
New Thrift And Gift Shop To Benefit Cancer Society
The grand opening of another
Thrift and Gift Shop for the ben-
efit of the American Cancer Soc-
iety takes place Friday, at 13
Flamingo Plaza, Hialeah. Operat-
ing hours will be 11 a.m. to 7
p.m.; patrons may use their Mas-
ter Charge.
Furniture. room accessories.
jewelry, and clothing will be
stocked. Proceeds go toward serv-
ing the cancer patients in Dade
County, research, and education.
To make a tax-deductible gift of
merchandise, which is always
needed, call the Society's main of-
fice for pickup.
has attained an enrollment of over
.'{OX) children the new Hollywood
school serves students with aver-
age to above average intelligence
who are fun:tioning on or above
grade level.
Colder Reopens Saturday
Calder Race Course re-opens for
its fall meeting on Saturday, with
42 afternoons of racing through
Saturday, Nov. 11. Tuesdays and
Sundays will be dark per the five
day each week schedule until No-
vember when racing at the North
Miami thoroughbred track will be
daily except Sundays. The time for
the first race has been moved
back to 1:15 each afternoon
throughout the meeting.
MHT0N M. PARSON
L the Rosh Hashanah High
I lign, Milton M. Par-
V new lirector of the State
p.rat: Bon organisation in the
f.ifr Mian*.! area announced
v k
hv year Intensified High
| efforts urged
(, pic u : synagogue mem-
ship particil ition in carrying
In mend' burden of the ab-
[)Uon oi Russian Jewry
rough the irehase of Israel
i
y<- local Jew sh community re-
ichnion Appoints
[ional Director
the annoimment of Ronald G.
prk, 37. as director of the
lithe:n Regional Office, located
Miami Beach, has been an-
unrrd by .Norman Kasser.
Bimihn of the South Florida
aptt: of American Friends for
Chnion in Haifa, Israel.
T.Mr Stark comes to this new
(st a former assistant execu-
director of two Jewish Fed-
btier.s Denver. Colorado and
pusten. Texas." said Mr. Kas-
"He has worked as Midwest
Membership Director for
e American Jewish Committee
M entered the field of Jewish
Immnnal service as an executive
pin the B'nai B'rith District
Irand Lodge No. 6, headquartered
i Chicago."
lA ni.tivc of Chicago, Mr. Stark
Mended Roosevelt University and
Mcagj Kent College of Law, and
i additional graduate work at
cPau. University in Chicago. He
listed in "Who's Who in the
Pdwest" as a founder of the
inindation for Medical Library
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*"Jewist fkrkJiair
Friday, September IS
Allocations To JCA
Increased Some 50 Pet
A dramatic response by the
American Jewish community
through its welfar* funds to the
newly created Joint Cultural Ap-
peal, evidenced by a significant
incn-a-e of nearly SO''; in alloca-
tions, has been reported by Rabbi
Daniel Jeremy Silver, president of
the National Foundation for Jew-
ish Culture, the administrative
arm of the JCA.
In the six months since the JCA
became operational, welfare fund
allocations have totaled more than
$216,000 as compared with $144,935
in allocations from the same com-
munities to the JCA's nine con-
stituent agencies in 1971.
Commenting on the increased
allocations. Dr. Silver said. "Not
only does this increase- in the level
of community giving insure new
vitality and outreach to our cul-
tural institutions, it also signals
at Ion? last an awakening and ma-
turity as to the key role these
agencies play in the enrichment
of American Jewish life."
The JCA is the united instru-
ment for seeking more adequate
funding by local Jewish federa-
tions for nine national Jewish or-
ganization*, including the Ameri-
can Academy for Jewish Research.
American Jewish Historical Soci-
ety. Leo Baeck Institute. Con-
ference on Jewish Social Studies.
Congress for Jewish Culture. His-
tadrut Ivrith of America. Jew-1
ish Publication Society of Amer-
ica. VIVO Institute for Jewish Re-
search, and the National Founda-
tion for Jewish Culture.
Calling the 50'; increase "a
phenomenal response in a year
when allocations to other national
agencies have been at a virtual
stand>till." Rabbi Silver cited as
major factors for this new mo-
mentum the endorsement of the
JCA by the board of directors of
the Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds (CJFWF) at its
quarterly meeting in March and
the earlier endorsement by the
Large City Budgeting Conference ,
tLCBC). which had called for a
"dramatic upgrading of alloca-1
tions" from local welfare funds to
provide cultural agencies with a
viable level of community support.
With many communities heeding
the LCBCs urging for a long over-.
due upgrading of allocations, Dr. :
Silver noted that several had al-
ready exceeded the "fair share"
allocations formula.
Among those which have sharply
raised their 1972 allocations are
Miami, with an increase of more
than 113%; Baltimore, up 150%; I
Salt Lake City, up 289%. Los An-.
geles and Chicago each increased
tbefr allocations almost 54% this'
year. Additionally, a number of |
communities are making their i
first allocations to these cultural
agencies this year.
Dr. Silver observed that of the
; welfare funds which increased
I their allocations many were among
the communities across the coun-
try visited by teams of Jewish
scholars, academicians and commu-
nal leaders in behalf of the JCA.
Their role was to familiarize the
communities with the purpose
and significance of the Appeal and
to call attention to the urgent
need for increased financial sup-
port.
Using the early community al-
locations as a base, Dr. Silver pre-
dicted that as a result of the crea-
tion of the Joint Cultural Appeal
1972 would be a banner year for
Jewish cultural agencies. He was
confident that the pace set by
these first reports from cities will
be equaled or improved during the
coming months when most wel-
fare funds decide on their alloca-
tions.
The nine major Jewish cultural
agencies comprising the Joint Cul-
tural Appeal are considered the
"memory bank" of Jewish values
and performance. Their activities
include: research into social, eco-
nomic and cultural life of Jews;
publication and distribution of
studies ami data on Jewish sub-
jects as well as periodicals in Eng-
lish, Hebrew and Yiddish: books
and reference guides exploring the
history and development of Juda-
ZOA Presenting
A Song Festival
Saturday, Nov. 4
As part of the celebrations for
the 25th anniversary of the State
of Israel, the Zionist Organization
of America will present the Na-
tional Israeli Song Festival fea-
turing an exciting group of per-
formers, direct from Tel Aviv, in
the Miami Beach Auditorium Sat-
urday, Nov. 4, at 8:30 p.m.
Arie Kadurl Is producing the
Festival, a joint effort of Israel
formed by some of the most tal-
ented men and women in Israel,
all top-rated performers.
This is the fourth year of the
Festival, a joint effort of "srael
International of New York and
Solan Productions of Tel Aviv. The
songs will be sung in Hebrew as
well as English, providing a rare
evening of musical pleasure.
Tickets, which are tax deduct-
ible, are available at the audi-
torium box office or from the ZOA
office, 2200 Park Ave., Miami
Beach, and by mail order. All
seats are reserved. Further in-
formation may be obtained by call-
ing the ZOA or Arie Kaduri.
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ism, its people, thought, lan-
guages and literature; sponsoring
courses, lectures, forums and
exhibits of Jewish subjects; serv-
ing as information resource to
scholars, writers, teachers and
others, working closely with and
assisting schools and universities;
providing fellowships and grants
for creative Jewish scholarship as
well as helping outstanding stu-
dents to prepare to teach univer-
sity Jewish studies programs;
maintaining and preserving the
most extensive archives on all fac-
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the planning of local cultural pro-
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Through their participation in
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of Jewish culture as a whole.
candidates have a fair shot at.
Whereas the formerly endan-
gered Republican seats, like that
in Sen. McGovern's native South
Dakota, will be highly likely to
stay in Republican hands if
there is a real Nixon landslide.
The Democratic and Repub-
lican lists of Democratic Senate
seats in peril pretty well agree,
furthermore. The peril points
are Alabama, Georgia, Louisi-
ana, Minnesota, North Carolina.
New Mexico, Oklahoma, Rhode
Island and Virginia.
BOTH DEMOCRATS and Re-
publicans agree, again, that if
the Democratic National Con-
vention had only chosen some-
one like Sen. Hubert H. Humph-
rey, for instance, not more than
two or three of these Senate
seats would be in any danger
whatever. And some of the seats
now on the list, because of the
choice of Sen. McGovern, come
close to straining one's credulity.
Yet consider Minnesota, for
example. Sen. Walter F. Mon-
dale is popular in his state. His
opponent is a worthy unknown.
But the Minnesota McGovern-
ites wrote a state party plat-
form including such planks as
legalized homosexual mar-
riage. All tests, moreover, indi-
cate that Minnesota is currently
about two-to-one for Nixon
against McGovern. Sen. Mondale
may well overcome these hide-
ous handicaps; yet it will be a
great political feat if he does so.
IN LOUISIANA, again, there
would be no real contest if for-
mer Gov. John J. McKeithen
had not entered the Senate race
as a third candidate with the
possibility of a black woman as
a fourth candidate. It will still
be remarkable if the Republican
nominee, Ben Toledano, gets the
Senate place left vacant by the
death of Allen J. Ellender. But
the whole point about a land-
slide is that it makes the re-
markable become easily possible.
Overall, the analogy with the
Johnson Goldwater campaign
year is really remarkably close
although the McGovernites
thought it was a horrible low-
blow when this analogy was
first suggested.
THE FACT of the matter is
that American politics, at al-
most all times, is a battle for
the center. The Democrats this
year, like the Republicans in
1964, obligingly conceded the
entire center to their enemies.
Sen. McGovern now recog-
nizes that. He is now changing
a formerly proclaimed position
every day. But this kind of de-
fensive position changing al-
most always comes too late,
after the center has been con-
ceded.
Epilepsy Foundation
Panel Discussion Set
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J\S
Max lerner
"Sees #
NEW YORK, N.Y. The word is sadness, an overwhelming
wrenching sadness that goes deeper even than anger and reaches
nausea. For the Black September group of Arab terrorists to
have staged their murder enactment at the Olympic Games, of
all places, almost defies belief. All through the past week gleam-
ing young bodies were flashing along the tracks, cutting through
the water, describing graceful signatures in the air. Then sud-
denly the descent of hatred, snulfing out the laughter and
beauty and rivalry, defacing the grace. Now there is a dark-
ness over Munich, because what happened at Munich shows a
darkness in the human heart.
It is the darkness of fanaticism. It won't do to call the kill-
ers lunatics or to read them out of the human race, just as it
won't do to take their guilt upon ourselves and say we are all
infected with it. Neither is time. These are human beings, but
they are a tiny band that has carried to a high pitch the vicious
fanatic delusion the belief that their cause justifies the most
inhuman means.
The Israelis have had to deal with hijackers and terrorists
over the years. They have learned that efforts to appease them
will only feed the strength of the terrorists and make them step
up their demands the next time. Who can doubt that they are
right?
Yet the shootout by German police at the airfield, in the
confusion of darkness, led to the massacre of all the hostages
by the remaining terrorists. When you are dealing with des-
perate men. inflamed with their hatreds, then a hardline policy
will carry a high cost, although no other is possible.
THIS ONLY UNDERSCORES what every humane leader
of every decent government knows in his heart that the story
Isn't about Israel alone nor about the episode at Munich alone.
It is about every public assembly in every country, just as th
hijacker story is about every airline and every airport in the
world.
We are talking about the unbroken web of travel, discussion,
the enactment of business, the meetings of scientists and schol-
ars as well as athletes, the parliaments of mankind. Yesterday
it happened at Munich, tomorrow it can happen in any of the
great capitals of Europe and South America or at the United
Nation* in New York.
It is a deep sickness, but one that can be stemmed, if not
cured. Law can't hope to end the commission of crimes, but it
can set limits to their spread and build a frame to contain them.
There is no world law yet to deal with these acts of terrorism,
but the collective action of all nations can set limits to them,
and throw a cordon around the little band of fanatics and isolate
them so that they see themselves as the world sees them not
as martyrs but pariahs.
There is no other way. It is all very well to hold a day of
memorial and mourning at the Olympic Games for the Israeli
dead and express man's horror at what man in his worst aspect
can do. But memory is short, and mourning ends, and the buried
dead lie very still, and if nothing happens then the memorial
and the mourning become a mockery of the dead. If the nations
don't act, and it is left only to Israel to avenge its dead and
care for the living, then it is hard to see how reprisals can be
avoided, and then the whole heartless, destructive process
starts all over again.
Cz & &
THE VERY SA\fE DAY that the Black September terrorists
killed the Israeli hostages in Munich was the day when the 17-
nation conference in Washington voted down an American-
Canadian treaty draft which gave no sanctuary to plane hi-
jackers. What a ghastly irony in that coincidence! The Egyptians,
of course, didn't like the hard-hitting draft treaty, and so their
friends, the Russians, didn't either. But why should the British
and the French have backed up the Egyptians and the Russians.
In the end they will have to conclude what the air pilots
have already concluded that there is no effective way to stop
the piracy in the skies unless it is made clear that any nation
giving harbor to the pirates will have to face a boycott of air-
line services. If the British and French and the other fainthearts
didn't know this earlier, they should have learned it by what
happened at Munich.
It is worth noting that the Black September group made its
move because the tide of the time is going against it, not for it
moving toward some sort of accommodation, not toward another
engulfing war. Thus, despite the long night of their ordeal, the
Israelis can take some heart from the desperate nature of the
act itself. This won't bring the dead back to life, but it should
encourage us to isolate the few who have designs on the living
tetters to the editor
EDITOR'S NOTE: UniBned letten
to the editor will not be printed.
EDITOR, The .1. wish Floridiun:
Our hearts are grieved with you
about the tragedy in Munich. I do
ndeistand something of the suf-
ferings of God's chosen people.
During the Second World War, I
helped the Jewish people in my
former homeland, the Nether-
lands.
I am an o-lained Baptist rrrnis-
ter and the last two years we have
mailed telegrams to President
Nixon and Russian officials about
the pllpht of God's covenant peo-
ple in Russia.
Shalom!
ami Press and Temple Israel is i
not offering it for sale the Uni-
versity of Miami Press is. So much
for Mr. Liebman's implications of
a vanity job (U. of M. also pub-
lishes himi.
Having searched for minor er-
rors and found them, having dis-
covered a phrase used by the au-
thor to give vent to his usual anti-
Reform bias, Mr. Liebman really
reveals what's troubling him, if
I nothing about the book. He des-
cribes Dr. Tebeau as "The noted
non-Jewish historian" as if that
tells you all you prejudiced peo-
ple out there need to know. Parti-
cularly if you have never heard of
nor read the writings of such non-
Jews as George Foote Moore,
James Parkcs, etc.
Anyhow, I'm pleaded to learn
that something in the book pro-
vides a project tor the Jewish
Historical Society of South Flor-
ida which has already learned that
the only people around here do-
ing something about gathering
the material for a Jewish ar-
chives, including taping the re-
miniscences of community leaders,
i.< those people at Temple Israel.
And we'll be happy to cooperate
with any Jewish historian worthy
of the name.
EDWARD COHEN
Temple Israel
Administrator
REV. GERRIT RUINING
Orlando
EDITOR: The Jewish Floridian:
What words can one use to ex-
press the brutal and cowardl :
massacre of the Israeli athletes at
Munich?
Humanity can only cry out with
anguish at yet another senseless
act which no cause can justify.
Hopefully, out of the tragedy,
the world can renew its efforts
even more, to develop in a'l other
areas the spirit of brotherhood,
I as represented on such a small
scale by the Olympics.
RORERT P. KUNST
Miami Reach
EDITOR. The Jewish Floridian:
At this season of the year, one
is almost forced to forgive Sey-
mour Liebman for his article last
week, but most reluctantly. If
only he had got the names cor-
rect! But the bias blinded him to
the extent that he couldn't even
i read the titie correctly. The book
I believe he was referring to is
"Synagogue in the Central City",
not "Center". The author is Charl-
ton W. Tebeau, not Tibeau".
Had Mr. Liebman bothered to
open the book from the "re-
view" you might question that
he would have seen that it was
published by the University of Mi-
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Friday, September 15. 1973
This Week In History,..
Ut Venn. Afjo Thit NWli 1932
A German Jew who had cut up
the body of his father's maid af-
t. i *hi- iliH was accused by Naz s
>.' "ritual murder."
Jacob '!.- Haas was feted for 30
v.i.-' Zionist leadership.
Berlin's High Court of Labor al-
lowed Jewish-owned firms to fire
anti-Semitic employee
WARSAW More than 400
Ji m ih familli were destitute as
a n-sult of a fire in Kolno near
Lotnzha. Seventy-five percent of
the Jewish population was left
v ithout shelter and was in a state
starvation."
Germany'* covernment denied
Joeaph Goebbcb' charge that
< hancellor Franz von Pa;*n had
consulted Jewish banker Jacob
GokLschmiti on economic recovery
plant.
JTA assumed publication of
Jewish Current Events, 5-year-old
old youth-oriontcd weekly of the
Associated Talmud Torahs of
Philadelphia.
.''wish editorials led to demoli-
tion of Casablanca's old ghetto "in
i Interests <( sanitation."
Jewish manufacturers and col-
nists opposed a proposed Pales-
tine income tax, charging it would
ji.ipede incoming capital anrl prill-
all) a/fect Jews.
I'ii- destroyed the Jewish town
ol Itawaruska, Has tern Galicia.
leaving ^00 families homeless.
10 rears Ago This Week: 1!M>2
Presidential aide Chester,
Bowles told Hadanah that Amer-
lea's "pararnmint aim must be to
b-'l|i all the nations of the (Mid-
east! maintain their independence ;
Irom Soviet aggressive design
(through! an adequate and readily '
. .lii.-iiiii- U.S. deterrent to mili-'
lary aegicssion from outside the
11 -ion."
rtadassah'a new president was '
Mrs. Hose Halprin of Brooklyn.
Eight Kuropean Jewish com-
munities urged prr.mpt action ',
a.fainst neo-Nazism.
$-.'..". million compensation to Swiss
victims of Nazism.
Arthur Belfer. 55. New York
businessman philanthropist, gave
Yeshiva University $2 million 23
vears after immigrating penni-
less.
The House Foreign Operations
subcommittee restored an anti-
bias clause deleted by the State
Department from the Foreign Aid
Act to mollify the Arabs.
Israeli Labor Minister Yigal Al-
lon warned that Egypt is leading
in missiles.
Robert M. Morgenthau, lawyer
son of ex-Treasury Secretary
Henry Morgenthau, became the
Democratic opponent of New York
Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller.
West German missile dealer
Heinz Krug was reportedly kid-
napped by Egyptians to prevent
a deai with an'Israeli firm.
Israeli compensation for ex-
propriated Arab land totaled
$4,167 million plus 8750 acres of
alternative cultivated land.
Josef Wulf. Auschwitz survivor
and JTA's Berlin correspondent,
said in "Martin Borniann. Hitler's
Shadow" that the Nazi's fate was
uncertain.
Memorial sen-ices in Frankfurt
marked the 150th anniversary of
the death of Meyer Amschel
Rothschild.
i Kr.im th<- filea of the J.T A I
Israeli Embassy
Official Shot
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He volunteervd to supply added
information, and arranged to
me"t with Otfir at the Prince**
Cats at 8 p.m.
Witnesses, including the cafe
owner, differed in their versions
of how the shootout occurred.
Some said the two men met in
front of the cafe, exchanged a
few words and the Arab shot
Offir with a pistol. Others said
two Arabs entered the cate
where Offir was waiting and
I opened fire on him with a ma-
chine gun.
PoliiT courretf told .n\ that
a -tearch and arrest warrant
ha- been buuird against a :;..
year-old former Moroccan offic-
er, HaHHan Ken -toudat. who Otty
have lieen OffirN assailant.
Joudat was already sentenced
in Belgium to one year impri-
sonment after having attacked
the Moroccan Embassy on Nov.
16. 1970 "on behalf of the Fatah
organization." He was released
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1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig. 23
Prldaj 7:15 p.m. Saturday 8:43 a.m. I
v.'.M KIPPUR: Sunday T p.m. Mon-
day :80 a.m.i s i>.in.

CUBAN SEPHARDIC HEBREW CON-
GREGATION. 715 Washington Ave-
nue. Miami Beach. Rabbi Meir Mas-
liah Melamed. 23-A
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EMANU-EL (Temple). 1701 Washing-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. 24
Sunda) 7:18 p.m. (Miami Beach Audi-
torium) Kol Xldre, Rennoii topic: "Al
One with God." (7:13 p.m. In main
Ranctuary, tcen-ag< Bervleee). Mon-
day li:13 ;i m. Kormon topic: "Link of
Bternlty," 11:30 Vlakor < -:{ a.m
Junior congrretjallon In main aanc-
tuary: it p.m. junior congregation an.I
I cantata in auditorium.
' HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross 25
CONG. AN-NELL (Branch of Hebrew
Academy). 7th St. and Meridian
Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Ben.
Hillel. 25-A

JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington
Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H.
Stern. Cantor Meyer Engel. 26
Saturday afterno. n Shnbbat Shuvah,
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 F.uclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif. 27
Friday 7 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m
VOll KIPPI'K; Sunday T p.m. Kol
Xldre Monday a in., noon Vlakor
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MENORAH (Temple). 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman. 28
SURHIDE
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATIO
9348 Harding Ave.. Orthodox. Rabb
Isaac D. Vine. 50
Friday < :i" p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.!
I von KIPl'UR: Sunday ::v< p.m. Mon- ,
day :. a.m 12:1.1 p.m. Vlakor.
FORT LAUDtRDAU
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 7100 W.
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Akiva |
Brilliant. Cantor Maurice Nell. 42 I
yo.m K1PPTJR: Sunday 8:45 p.m. Kol
Xldre. .Monday 7:4". a.m. 10:30 a.m
Vlakor,
EMANU-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Park
Blvd. (Reform). Rabbi Arthur J.
Abrams. Cantor Jerome Klement. 43
YOM KIPPUR: Sunday S m. Kol
Nldre. Monday i' a.m.. 2:15 p.m.
children'* aervlce, 3 p.m. afternoon
service, l:XS p.m. Ylakbr,
Jhe iKaeoi tjpealii J-ram J lie f-'iilpit
c.

.

The Art Of Returning
By DR. IRVING LBHRMAN
Temple Kniaiui-El
The Sabbath between Rosh
Hashanah and Yom Kippur is
known as Shabbat-Shuvah, the
Sabbath of Repentance. It as-
sumes that during this penitential
it will be strange. The first time
you observe the Sabbath, it will
be strange. The first time you all-
stain from eating that which is
trafe strange.
"Everything will seem strange.
It will take time, But. If you just
start 'ad', if you direct yourself
P0MPAN0 BEACH
SHOLOM (Temple). 132 SE 11th Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. Skop.
Cantor Jacob J. Renzer.
YOM Kil'lTU: (al Ben Harden Ho.
lei) Sunday 7 p.m. Kol Nldre. Mon-
day 9 a.m., In a.m. to noon chlldren'i
nervine, i......i Vlakor, 4 p.m. youth
nervlce.
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MARGATF JEWISH CENTER 6101
NW 9th St.
Friday rv*-nlng. Saturday morning.
YOXI Kll'l'l'lt: Sunday evening, Kol
Nldre, Nermnn topic: "Yom Kippur
Mewmge." Monda> n m p.m,
HAUAHDAlt
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
Cantor Rev. Jacob Danziger. 126
NE. 1st Ae. 44
Prtday 7 i> m. Snturvlay : i YOM
Kll'l'li: Sunda) 7:13 |i m Kol Nldre,
nermon topic: "The Golden Key."
Monday 8 a.m., n :3n n m YlrUnr,
riermnii Inplr: "Carrying On Our Des-
tiny "
period the Jew twimls a destination, ultimately
becomes more
conscious of his
errors and sins,
and reolizes thai
he has gone as-
Rabbi lehrmon
two months, four months, six
months, you will get there 'el.'
If it begins with 'ad', ii will end
with 'el' Toward and To."
And this same principle applies
tray, In order to ,,, jews. I often say thai the ans-
merit a new v,.,. or many Jews is also con-
year, he must vt'ision conversion to Judaism,
make an about- How joes one become i real Jew?
lace and return Begin! "Shuvah Yisrael ad At-
1 tend synagogue, open the prayer
hook. Try observing the Sabbath.
The Shabbos \s so strange, It's
go difficult, so confining. This
and Torah. to
faith and val-
ues.
And the prophetic reading we most precious gifi thai God gave
chain this Sal.bath teaches us the ue to so many, It's i burden
art of returning. "Shuvah Yisroe' Try it once, twice and you will
adreturn, (> Israel to the L/>rd, find a new peace of mind, a new
your God. Take with you words Nefesh. a new soul, a new spiiit.
and return to God." Try it!
Actually the last verse seems Fl..m/ ,.s,.n/wi.i
ISR'.nLITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th NER TAMID (Temple). 80th St. and
J.
11
St Conservative. Rabbi Paul
Bender. Cantor Nathan Parnass.
i'ii.i.ii 6:30 p m, Saturday s:4T. n l ,
shiiv.i. nermon topic: "The
Sabbath of Penitence." yo.m KIP-
I'll:: Sunday ::"" p.m. Kol Nldre,
topic: "l.lulu And Joy." Mon-
iliti '' ., m., ii :30 :i in Vlakor, nermon
The End ..r the Road," C:."n
p.m nermon topic: "A Practical H.'.**-
tini. o( Spiritual Accompllahmenta,"
7 ;. m Shofar and and <( fast.
OR 0L0M (Temple) 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Cantor Yehouda
E.nyamin. 13
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein. 14
ViM KIPPI'R: Bundaj 8:36 p in Kol
nermon topic: "Come Home
nl Kent" Honda) s :<" a.m..
m Ylskor, sermon topic: "The
r \..... Letting Qo."
ZION (Temple) 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
C.intor Errol Helfman.
16
Ii
0 p.l
Saturday 9 < m
KM'i'i i: Sunday 7:13 p.m Kol Nldre,
Hi-i-mon topic: "Proapecl and Retro-
"l.i'ci." Monday y a.m.. sermon topic:
Sui' il oi Ret ival."
HI All AH
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. RabJ)i Na-
than Zolondek. IS
Krlilay S:lr. p.m. Baturday 9:30 a in
V'Ml KIPPUR: Sun.lay 7 p.m. Kol
N'ldre, Hermon topic: "The Prayer
K'nr t-'orglvenenn." Monday !> a.m..
. topic: "Tim.- and Space in our
Spli 'u.-ii Ufe," lj:."..i Vlakor memorial
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. 2225
NE 125th St. Conservative. Rabbi
Joseph Gorf.nkel. Cantor Ben Zion
K.rschenbaum. 35
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MIAMI MACM
AGUDATH ISRAEL 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sheldon M. Ever,
rndny 7:15 p.m. Saturday '. a.m. aer-
.....i topic: "Tru<- Repentance I'lil-
Bitlon of .Man.'' VOM Kll'l'l'lt: Bun-
1 7i-, ,,.ni. Kol N'ldre. Monday s
1,11 11:46 a m Vlakor, sermoti topic:
Remember and lt<- Itemt-mbered,"
P. in Shofar.
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BETH ISRAEL 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro. 18
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BETH JAC08. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamche* 19
BETH RAPHAEL (Temple). 1545 Jef-
Jerson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
'i'ii 8:n nni. Saturdav >.i.i n m.
"M KIPPUR: Sunday
mon topic: "Th
Monday K
.'urt-
Tatum Waterway. Conservative
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. 29
Friday 7 p.m. Saturday 9:45 r m .
Shablinti Shuva, acrmon topic: "Plnd-
liii Our True Soula." YOM KIPPI'R:
Sunday 7 p.m. Kol Xldre, nermon
topic: ".My Personal Vletva on Renl
HnllnpHK." Monday B:80 a.m., it a.m
Ylakor, nermnn topic: "Who I.....-
Not Think (if Their Loved Onei On
This Sacred Day?"
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
man. 30
Krlilay 6:3(1 a.m. Belicoth. Baturday
8:30 a.m Shabbon Shuvah. YOM Kll'-
l'l'lt: Sunday p.m.. 7 p.m. Kol Nldre.
Mondaj 8 a.m., 8 p m
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 64S
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31
Saturday 8:30 a.m., midnight necond
Sellcoth of the year. YOM Kll'l'l'lt:
sun.lav 7 p.m. Kol Xldre, nermon
topic: "The Goal of rlapplnew." Mon-
day B a.m noon Ylakor, nermon t>>i>-
lc: "A Passing Shadow."
. Yt'M CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542-
H0KVIV00D
BETH EL (Temple). 1351 S 14th Ave
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. 45
I'li.l.n 8:15 n m Bhnbnnn Rhpvnh.
Saturday n a.m. Bar Mltavan: Oary
M non of Mr an.I Mrs. Thnmnn
Reach. YOM KIPPUR: Sunday n 15
p m. Kol Xldre, 9 p in. nermon lonle:
"What Hapia ned to the Revolution
in .l.iish l.if,"" Monday 16 n m ner-
mon l<(,i,-: "A l'- t *^r* p.m. children's nervlce, I p.m
Ylakor, S i> m.
BETH SHALOM (Temple). 1728 Mon.
roe St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Irving Gold. 46
Friday 6:15 i> m Bat Mltavah: Mlmly.
daughter of Dr and Mrs. Robert
Sahra. Baturday 9 a.m., Bar Mltavah:
Steven, son ,,f Dr. and Mrs. Fred
Htumenthal VOM KIPPUR: Sunday :
n m. Kol Xldre. Monday 9:30 n m
noon Ylakor, 6:16 p.m. v.Mali nervlce.
SINAI (Temple). 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
Cantor Yehuda Heilbraun. 47
Yn.M KIPPUR: Sun.lav 7 n.m Kol
Xldre, sermon topic: "The Future t
Judaism." Monday 7 n m., nermon
topic: "Thoughtp on Immortality."
l.e.'ti. ii.in. Vlakor, .", pm (young peo-
iil.'s s, rvicen 16 a.ni. ti......>nI.
just a repetition of the first, n
VOU are acquainted with Hebrew.
however, you will understand that
ii is nol repetitious at all. In the
tii st verse we read, return O Is-
rael, lo the Lord your God "ad."
In the second, return "el" two
Mfferent prepositions "ad" and
el."
Although we translate both as
"to", the word "ad" really means
"toward", so you see. in reality,
we have two different thoughts.
And therein is the message of Ihe
Art of Returning.
Today one of our largest in-
iiusir.es is weight-watching and
theirs is a special technique. The |,iK friends, "Do you put on "Ti-
fiisi an.i most important step. :initi."" and Rosenzweig answet
thej say, is making up your mind. ,,i yet." He didn't say "no"
,vho was one
.; our most distinguished philos-
u hers, and totally committed to
Jewish life, as a young man.
though) of converting to Christ-
anitj Y/om Kippur came, and as
i final gesture, he entered the -
nagoguc, peihaps for the first
time In his Ufe, and tht re he un-
lorweni a complete change. He
was transformed. Instead of con-
verting to Christianity, he was re-
converted to Judaism and became
one oi our greatest scholars and
I, achers,
Bui shortly after he started his
studies, he was asked by one o(
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
Groner. *..
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER, 1720 79th Street Cause-
way. North Bay Village. Conserva-
tive. Rabhi Marvin Goldson, Cantor
Murray Yavneh. 32-A
yo.m KIPPUR: Sunday 7:::n p.m. Mon-
day a.m. (both al Harbor Island
Spa).
NORTH MIAn.! BEACH
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (Temple). 6920 SW 35th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Avrom Drazin.
Cantor Abraham Koster. 4S
Friday B:30 p.m., nermon topic: "is
There an Art in Repenting1?" Satur-
day B a in Bhnbhnl Shuva in-in
a ni.. aermon topic: "Return i" What'.'"
YOM Kll'l'l'lt: sun.lay :. am. Sun thiil vou'ie moving towards some-
day nchool .lass.-s renume, 12:30 p.m lnj aIll| ,i,,n'i worry about how
memorial eervicen al Temple larael '
you iiui-! acini a goal, and whet
\ou move in the direction ("ad
toward") h ultimately ends with
"i I"; you reach that goal.
What is true for weight-watch-
ers is also I rue for soul-u ateliers.
I have many occasions to speak
to young people who want to con-
vert to Judaism, and with them '
use Ihe same technique. The firs-
thing you must do is ad', an
about-face. .Make up your mind
establish your intent. Determine j that first step

y fi p.m. ser-
Meiod) thai Haunta."
a.m. sermon topic! "The
F\>rg1ve and Forget."
BETH SHOLOM (Temple). 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
cantor David Conviser 21
, '"KIPPUR: Sunday 6:16 p.m., 8:4:.
' ni Kol Xitln-, sermon topic: "Mean-
;'ui Mine.ri, ,. Monday 9:11 a.m.
Mem..rial 'lar.lens. ii:::.i p.m. Kol
Xldre, nermon topic: "Judnlam An
Encounter with Man." Monday B:J0
a.m.. 11:30 a.m. Ylakor, aermon topic:
"Remembering is Nol Enough," T:ir.
ADATH YESHURUN (Temple). 1< p.m. Shofar.
NE Miami Gardens Dr. Conserva- I .
tive. Rabbi Milton Schlinsky. Can-
tor Reuvan Eckhaus 33
YUM Kll'l'l'lt: Sun.lay 7 p.m. Kol
Xldre, si-rmmi topic: "The Synagogue,
in Pact and Fiction." Monday a.m.,
nermon logic: "The Earth is not a
Waiting Room."
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BETH TORAH. NE 1b4th St. at 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob B. Mendelson 34
Saturday afternoon, Hnr Mltavah:
Charles, non of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Levin Y'l.M Kll'l'l'lt: (in main nanc-
tunrvi sun.lay 7 p.m. Kol Nidre. Mon-
day y am. 11:30 a.m. Ylakor. (In
1.131.1 Street Wometco Theatre: Sun-
day 7 p.m. Kol Nidie. Monday 8::>
a.m.. .......i ylskor).
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B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Cantor Jack Lerner.
36
friday 8:18 p.m. Baturday am. yo.m
kll'l'l'lt: Sunday T:1B p.m. Kol Nldre.
: Monday x a.m.. .". p.m.
SINAI (Temple) of NORTH DADE
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kinoaley. Cantor Irving
Shulkea. 3'
; SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
Caplan. *
YOM Kll'l'l'lt: Sunday p m. Kol
Nidre sermon topic: "A Synagogue
Is Reborn." Monday 8 a.m. II:M a.m.
Ylakor, sermon tuple: "li-d .Marks
Time."
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171.t St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Zalman Kossowsky.
long it will lake.
"The first time you come to Ihe
synagogue, it "ill be strange. The
first lime vou onen a nraver book.
rrrBW>n topic: "Purpose and People- yum KIPPUR: Sunday 8:3 pm. Kol
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
9
J TISHRI 7:05
9
*****>^RI**********>
CORAL GABUS
JUDEA (Templek 5500 Granada Blvtl
Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper. 40
Friday 8:1fi p.m.. worship aervlce aea-
Ignated as Parent-Teacher Orlenta-
tlon Babbath. Saturday 8 an; Sao-
haih nchool beglna and will be hew
each Saturday YOM Kll'l'l'lt: BUn-
,!-,, e p m Kol Nldn Monday 10 a.m..
IM P m. Children's servi.e. 4 p.m.
afternoon and memorial nervlce.
SYNOPSIS Or THE WEEKlr TOKflH PORTION
Haazino
"Give ear. ye heavens, and I will speak ." Chapter 32
SONG OK MOSES Invoking heaven and earth as wit-
nesses of his warnings, Moses begins by Contrasting God's faith-
fulness and justice with Israel's perversity and ingratitude to
their Father In heaven. Let the iicople but inquire of the older
generation and (hey would be told how God had chosen Israel
from among the nations and cared for them in the wilderness ss
an eagle over its young', they enjoyed luxurious food in abund-
ance in the land God had given them, but in return they forsook
him and worshipped idoR Such provocation would be punished by
the onslaught of a barbarous enemy and the horrors of famine,
fear, plague and war. Israel would have been utterly annihilated
had not the enemy foolishly ascribed their victories to them-
selves and not to God even the heathen must admit that then-
idols are not as mighty as the Lord.
In Israel's hour of need, God would show mercy and make
them realize that the idols in whom they trusted could not pro-
tect them. He alone is the only true God with the power of giv-
ing and taking life, and will take vengeance on the enemy. In
conclusion Moses calls upon all the nations to join with Israel in
singing praises for their deliverance.
MOSES ASCENDS MT. NEBO After Moses had com-
pleted his song, he Impressed upon the children of Israel the
need to observe the words of the Torah, for through obedience
their days would be prolonged upon the land which they were
about to possess. On that same day God told Moses to ascend
Mount Nebo where he was te die, as Aaron had died, because
they had not obeyed him at Kadesh. Moses would sec the land
from a distance but would not enter it.
I
he said "not yet." He understood
intuitively what the weight-
watchers understand, and what
I in.-ea taught, "Shuvah Yisrael
-id ." To convert, you must l'-
-in and gradually, your atti-
tudes change, your sense of values
changes, your whole life Is
hanged. You reach your goal.
A journey of a thous uid n
begins with but u single step, 'fake
ad' turn
toward In the direction of
with determination! And in the
process you will absorb the spirit
Of Torah. the spirit of prayer, the
spirit of the Sabbath, the spirit
if Judaism, the spirit of our way
if life. As it becomes a part of
.mi. you rediscover yourself and
tin return "el", to God.
This is the message, this is lha
challenge, and this is the reward-
ing opportunity of Shuvah.
Gittelson Speaking
At Hillel Assembly
Abe Gittelson, associate execu-
te director of the Central Agency
or Jewish Education, will speak
r, the entire student body of Hillel
ommunity Day School at IU
second holiday assembly Friday at
' p.m. His topic will be "The
Meaning and Significance of Yom
Clppur."
The school, which has an enroll*
nent of some 180 students this
ear and is being conducted in
tewly renovated facilities at 21288
llscayne Blvd.. has an enlarged
taff of 15, plus six specialty teach-
rs, ace. a ding to liabbi Do\ Bid-
tick, principal.
The faculty includes Mrs. Horn-
by Gruen, Mrs. Shula Leibetz,
Mrs. Ann Newman. Nachama Gre-
nan. Mrs. Dina Axelrod. Mis.
Marsha Zctleck. Mrs. Michelle
Heck, Mrs. Joan Samuels, Mrs.
Taire Cohen. Mrs. Kathy Rosen-
arten. Mrs. Sandy Present, Susan
Cutchin, Mirrium Kimbrig, Mor-
ochai C/iment. Jerrv Katz. Mrs.
Mona Parker, and Mr. and Mrs.
Moti Gill.


ftogalO-A
*Jenist fhrkSar
Friday. September 15,1973
DATELINE ISRAEL By Robert Slater
A Tale Of Two Development Towns
IU1TH AN* eagerness that sug-
gests a growing confidence
in development towns, people
like Mike Copeland are stream-
ing into this desert town of
Arad at a rate of 2.000 a year.
Copeland. the 32-year-old direc-
tor of an institute designed to
introduce young unmarried men
and women to Israel, talks
spiritedly about the "exciting"
growth of Arad. now 8.000
strong after its initial 10 years.
He admits that the Israel: gov-
ernment has made a showcase
of the town, starting with a
painstaking three-year effort in
1959 to plan the project.
Thousands of tourists flock to
Arad every year to witness one
of Israel's proudest success
stories. No tourists, however,
come to Yeroham, another and
older development town which
began in 1952.
Three years ago. Mike Bar-
Dov. a 28-year-old South Afri-
can, settled in Yeroham. one of
the handful of Western immi-
grants who have come to the
town of 7.000. In striking con-
trast to Copeland. Bar-Dov.
Yeroham's youth director, talks
openly of the frustration en-
countered living in a town that
has been "passed over" by the
government, in favor of other
development communities. Arad.
18 miles west of the Dead Sea
in the heart of the northern
Negev is a one-hour bus ride
from Yeroham, 25 miles south-
west of the Dead Sea.
Even on a short visit, certain
marked differences in the two
towns are readily apparent.
There are waiting lists for
people who want to come to
live in Arad. Its tourist trade
is strong enough to permit the
construction of six or seven
large hotels. Yeroham. until the
visit by the Jewish Student
Press Service Tour, had never
received a busload of visitors.
The future of Arad seems as-
sured. But Yeroham faces only
bleakness, unless the govern-
ment moves in actively to coun-
ter the downward slide of the
town. 'The powers that be have
to decide on certain things,"
Bar-Dov contends. They have
to send the kind of immi^ant
that the town needs, social
workers, teachers and the like."
Israel Newsletter
By Carl Alperl
Peace Still Heads The List Of Problems
Tire HIGH HOLY DAY season is occasion for
Israelis to take- spiritual stock and at the same
time look forward to the year ahead. As in previ-
I ous years, we present the list of
the twelve major problems which
brael will face in Lhe coming
twelve months. Few of them are
new to the list, but there has been
a change in their respective order,
as some problems have come more
forcefully to the fore, and others
have receded somewhat.
Still heading the list is
1. Peace With Our Neighbors. There were times
this year when it scorned a wee bit closer. Straws
in the wind which seem unimportant today may yet
herald a change for the better.
?. Alert Defense. Eaeer for peace. Israel must
nevertheless remain ever strong. Will the quiet
which has characterized the Suez Canal and the
Jordanian border, spread also to the Lebanese line?
A vigilant alert must be maintained.
3. Inflation. Topmost of the domestic issues
which threaten the country's security is the insta-
..."> of the economic structure, due to a run-away
inflation which somehow seems to resist every effort
to stem it.
4. Social I>ue. It came as a shock to many
Israel's in the last few years to discover that in this
egalitarian country there are still great inequalities
in education and in opportunity. Greater effort must
be made to meet the needs of the socially and cul-

THE HUMAN SCENE By Murray Zuckaff
An Unusual Surgical Instrument
THE ONLY HOSPITAL in the world using a laser
ray apparatus for operations instead of a scapel is
IWHiaww Hospital in Petach Tikvah near Tel Aviv.
Prof. Itzohak Kaplan, head of the plastic surgery
and burns department, told a press conference that
331 operations have already been carried out in the
hospital, with the consent of the patients, using the
new instrument. The laser rays were effective be-
i cause they cut the skin and organs with hardly any
bleeding thus eliminating the need for blood trans-
fusions. Unlike present surgical tools, the laser
rays seal the blood and lymphatic vessels as they
cut. Thus. Prof. Kaplan said, the new instrument
will be able to cut out malignant growths in such a
manner as to prevent malignant cells from entering
blood vessels. This will be an important step for-
ward in developing cures for cancer, he said.
The favorite joke among Sephardic olim is
about the Jew from Morocco who came to Israel
and tried to get an apartment. After exhausting all
the usual channels to get one and failing, he emi-
grated to the Soviet Union. A few months later he
returned as a Soviet immigrant and got an apart-
ment-
Several Arab summer visitors from Jordan who
tried in vain to receive medical care in their own
country are receiving treatment in Israeli hospitals,
according to Deputy Health Minister Abdul Aziz
Zuabi. One case involves a 10-year-old-girl who is
entering Hadassah Medical Center in Jerusalem
for an eye operation after doctors in Amman said
they could do nothing to prevent her from going
blind in a year or two. A nine-year-old girl has been
accepted by Rambam Hospital in Haifa for two
bone operations which hopefully will prevent her
from remaining permanently in a wheelchair. And
an elderly man from Amman has entered Tel
Hashomer Hospital for internal treatment.
An Absorption Ministry survey discloses that
the number of immigrants absorbed by kibbutzim
declined by nearly 20 percent last year. In 1970.
the study showed, kibbutzim absorbed 1865 immi-
grants, while in 1971 only 1500 were kibbutz-bound.
The study noted that the decline was due to the
fact that a high proportion of the immigrants last
year were from the Soviet Union and these re-
sponded negatively toward communal life. Accord-
ing to the study, more than 90 percent who go to
the kibbutz are from western countries, mostly
from North and South America.
/. 1 -~
-
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT L SEGAL
Day Care -- A Jewish Issue
A DEAR FRIEND and fellow columnist recently
articulated the dismay of many readers of
Jewish media by striking out against news and
comment in the Jewish press about
anything other than "the gut is-
sues Soviet Jews. Mid-East af-
fairs Jewish education, synagogue
partjeipat on. and the survival of
a strong Jewish community in the
United States
So now. when this observer ta
pricked by moral compulsion to
champion day care legislation and
to try to point vp the desperate needs of some of
the seven million American children, under 6 and
with working mothers, he feels obliged to hunt out
a Jewish angle to introduce the discussion.
Where shall he look* Well, suppose we ask
the National Council of Jewish Women to step
forward and explain why it seemed important to
that enlightened body to make a study of the in-
tensifying crisis in day care in 77 cities. Why were
nice Jewish girls spending their time delving into
the needs 0/ these mUhons of children when only
an infinitesimal portion of those needing day care
are Jewish?
Because the need is desperate. Because the is-
sue bears importance Marty equal to that of federal
aid to education and medicare. Because the number
of mothers working today is twice that of 22 years
aro Because millions of the working mothers must
brir.g income to the home or see their children
denied a decent place to live, warm clothing, and
.-roper nutrition.
Are not these Jewish concerns And if moral
compunction does no: qualify as a factor justifvmg
our anxiety about the care of children of working
mothers, do not the physical factors and the eco-
rxKnks and the potential of neglected children for
lives of crime matter to art
Day care centers may not be the perfect an-
swer for the nagging problems presented by homes
from whence mothers set forth each day to win a
part of the bread. The administration of mam-
kinds of modern social legislation is far from sat-
isfactory. Federal determination to run the show.
pitted against the desire of state leaders to have
the Final say. ring* the venture with dangers. But
these drawbacks are small in importance compared
with the obvious need.
turally denrved in our own midst.
5. Religious Influence. The diverse outlooks of
religious and secular elements in the country were
again sharpened in controversy over the decree of
influence to be given to religion. The political sta-
bility of Israel is menaced by this kind of internal
dissension.
6. Housing. Shortages in both labor and build-
ing materials, aggravated by growing immigration,
will continue to exacerbate the confrontat. >n be-
tween newcomers and local young coupler In
search of housing. New. radical solutions must be
found for this problem.
7. Immigration. The continued swell in immi-
gration from the Soviet Union will confront Israel
with a serious challenge to its ability to absorb and
integrate the new arrivals on every' level social,
cultural and economic.
8. Labor Relations. Once it had been a\
that the Histadruth and the government were dif-
ferent hats on the same head. Today the rap it
rapidly widening between the Federation o: Labor
and the national leadership of the government who
see issues from a dfferent point of view.
9. Water. Little is being said about it at the
moment, but each year that goes by sees Israel ap-
proaching ever closer to the danger line 0: over-
drawing upon dwindling water resources. ThM is a
ticking time-bomb.
10. Pollution. Rapid industrialization has taken
its toll, and Israel must now make desperat.
to arrest the pollution of its air and the contami-
nation of its waters. There is awareness of the prob-
lem, but conservative interests still resist.
1L Road Safety. Educational comparer.- de-
terrent punishments, technical IllBaiHHim nil in
traffic conditions have yet done little to arrest the
mounting toll of traffic fatalities due, for most
part, to the human factor.
1?. Malaise of Youth. Reluctantly Israel. must
now realize that the protest mood of the younger
generation, which has shaken the pillars o:' society
overseas in recent years, is now belatedly coming
to Israel. The phenomenon is in a large measure
contagious import brought over by visiting youth.
A dozen problems. Will any of them be closer
to solution when we review and revise the list again
next year?
Between You and Me By BORIS SMOLAR
Jewish Camping
JEWISH SUMMER CAMPING today Invo m the
expending of millions of dollars. It al-
thousands of professionals in communal sen
The number of children :' all
a cos spending their nomer vaca-
tions in Jewish camps r
hundreds of thousands M : ti
the resident camps are no
purely recreational in
They maintain program..; ''!iicn
are educationally produ
Among the camps which con-
- tribute satisfactorily to the cause
of Jewish education and identity are those
tained by Jewish religious, educational and
cal groups.
There are also the day camps conducted by
Jewish centers. Jewish philanthropic
and local communities for the purpose of providing
Jewish youngsters with the possibility of breathing
fresh air. of exposing themselves to sur.-h:: and
of having a delightful summer experience. H yvevtt,
1: is realized more and more that the Jewish camp.
in addition to being a recreational institution must
rt be an instrument to educate youngsters to
understand themselves as Jews. It is in this direc-
tion that Jewish camping is going now


Friday. September 15 1972
*Jenisti ncrkfickr
Pacell-A
LEGAL NOTICE
Tn'the"county JUDGE'S court
' w IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-4221
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
x'i'.lr .,", ^i
ir.ii.i* whwi >"u m"y h"v<' "K"'"-"'
l,-Te*t*t' ot CHESTER A. NOUN
, ,-,-i late "f Dade County, Florida,
I, ih, county Judge* "f Dade ctm-
," 1Dd file lh same In duplicate ami
I..' |',rnvni.i in Section 733.16. Florida
I'sii'uii- iii their office* In the Coun-
Ty Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
|i,i-, uiihin six calendar months from
The' lime of toe first publication here-
L,( ,.i the name will be barred.
bated it .Miami. Florida, tills ISth
hu-uf AUftUHt, A.D. 1972.
STELLA m. NOLAN
\s Executor!
Kir-r publication of ibis notice on
,.., |] day ot August, 1972.
UBT WEIJ4SCH,
IUST NATIONAL HANK OK .MIAMI
kiiornry at Law
attorney for Executors of Estate of
CHESTER A NOLAN, Dec.
; Almoiia Avenue, Coral Gables.
i rida,
8/23 9/1-8-15
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTKI
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
hi under Igned, desiring to engage
li huslneai under the fictitious name
If PRIDE MEATS Ai delicates-
Irn at i: >16 N.W. 7ib Avenue, Mi-
ami, Fla intends to register said
l;inn will the Cbrk of ibe Circuit
r .ii:i of i1 '! County, Florida.
(PltlDE J EATS, IN ORPORATED
,i Klorida corporation
nueli A. wi
kn"ir > fi r applicant
R..I-1 :> Ilutldlng
llinml, Fla.
s 23 9 1-8-15
NOTICE Oh ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-17862
PETITION FOR ADOPTION
IN UK:
Adoption of LIZET RODRIGUEZ,
a minor.
By DAVID FERRIS.
Her Stepfather
i TO: ADOLKo PHDRO KoDIHClVBa .
Residence unknown
YOf ARE IIEHEHY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Petition for Adop-
tion bas been filed against you and
you are required to nerve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to It
on David E. Stone, attorney for Pe-
titioner, whoso address is 101 N.W.
12th Avenue, Miami. Florida, and
and die the original with Hie clerk of
the above styled court on or before
October G, 1971; otherwise a default
will be entered against you for the
r.lief demanded in the complaint or
petition.
This notice Shall be published once
oarfl week for four consecutive weeks
Iii THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my band and ihe seal of
said court al Miami. Florida on this
29 day of August, 1972.
E. II. LEATHERMAN,
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By c. p. COPELAXD
As Deputy clerk
(< ir. nil Court Seal)
DAVID E STl INE
STONE & SosTCHIN
101 N.W. 12 Avenue
Miami. Florida 33128
Attorne] for Petitioner
9-1-8-15-22
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
|l i undersigned, desiring to engage
business under the fictitious names
If CRYSTAL CITY; SENSCALITY
JENTEII al sol N.W. 111th Street.
Ili.tini. i"ia intends to register said
P Hi the Clerk of the Circuit
urt of Dade County, Florida.
DAVID HAYLOCK
I 25 9 1-8-16
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IIN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
I0F FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-17308
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
RE: Th. .Marriage Of
I'I A RAIUtANCO. Wife,
n nd
lltMA.VDO rarranco, Husband,
": ARMANDO HAKKANVO
Residence I'nlmouu.
[YOB ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
hat .,:, action for Dissolution of Mar-
ine* has been filed against you and
'u arc required to serve a aopy of
pui written defenses, if any. to it
n JERKY A. Bl-RXK. attorney f..r
etltloncr. whose address is Suite
Citj National Bank Huilding, 2."
< Flagler street, Miami, Florida
1130, and file ihe original with the
01 the above styled court oil
September 29th. 1972: other-
a default will be entered against
a I ir the relief demanded in the
nmplRlnt or petition.
rhls notice shall be published once
n week for four consecutive weeks
u1."!: JEW18H FI.ORIDIAN.
I rxi-.ss my hand and the seal of
I 'purt at Miami. Florida on this
day of August. 1972.
K It. LEATHERMAN,
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Hade County. Florida
By: C. I*. COPElVKND
As Deputy Clerk
II till Court Seal)
' BURNS, Esq.
"u "'V.'lty National Bank Building
' -st Mat-ler Street
inmi, Florida 33130
Jriephone: 373-o
" ) for Petitioner
8 25 9/1-8-16
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
[,. _,._ kLFv^!,s?'RCU,T COURT OF THE
I fi o.IH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, CIVIL ACTION
.-_, No. 72-17399
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
. _. OF MARRIAGE
. RE: The Marriage of
gj"W T. WADE* Husband.
EOOY WADE. Wife.
Residence Fiiknown.
[' 'i-'^:Y wade.
I 'I ARE HK1LEBY NOTIFIED
|| 1 an action for Dissolution of Mar-
l-n-e has been filed against you and
bur w'ri,r,"<""I?d ,n **p a py "'
h WHtVfSi defenses. If any. to it
b-titin-o-''^M SHAPIRO attorney for
1th s.r'.^'!?'"' "ddre Is Ri N.E.
i,,., ';rl,Klnal wltl> the clerk of the
biitemi y court on or before
Kit wmrK-"h 197-: "therwisc I de-
le V,.iVJ '"le'ed against you for
' P-tiii.. 0<1 '" """ complaint
|ch"w I Til .' ,,..r...f"ur eonsecutlve weeks
IWm-eS? WH ''-'RIl^AN.
I s', ,) my n:iml '""I the seal
ld court at Miami. Florida on
l- y.of AugUHt. I97Z.
K. 1 LEATHERMAN.
A" ( lerk. Circuit Court
J->ad County. Florida '
By: L SNKEDBN
Cir, ,,ii deputy Clerk
t t 1 .!"ur' -seD
|"-1. AM SHAPIRO
l-.m'i V.Mh iiXT<""-
V;"l. Florida
r,or"p> ** Petitioner
8/25 9/1-9-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
Of FRANK PHOTO STl'DIO at 2347
Blscayne Boulevard, Miami. Fla. in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
FRANCIS G. GARCIA
8 '25 9 1-8-15
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-3900 (Blanton)
In RE: Estate of
.It'1.11 S WEISS.MAN
I leeeasell.
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT.
You are hereby notified that a writ-
ten instrument purporting to be tin-
last will and testament of said de- 1
ccdenl has been admitted to probate
i'n said Court. You are hereby com-
manded uiihin six calendar months '
from the date of the first publication
of this notice to appear in said Court ,
and show cause, if any you can. why
the action of said Court in admitting
said will to probate should not stand
unrevoked.
John R. Blanton
County Judge
By NADINE S. JENNINGS
Clerk
David S. Kumhlo
Attorney
350 Lincoln Road. R-214
Miami Beach, Florida
First publication of this notice on
the 25 day of August, 1972.
C. .1. SEAL
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 RE: Satale of
ll'l-IIS WEISS.MAN,
1 leceaaed.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to pp.sent any claims anil de-
maud-4.iwli.i4h.iyou>ina>i lavi> against
ih. .stale of jri.II'S WEISS.MAN,
deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Had,
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided In Section 733.-
18, Florida Slatutes. 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, All. 1972
IRVING WEISSMAN
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 25 day of August, Iffl.
David 8, Kumlde
Attorney for Executor
35" Lincoln Road. Suite 214
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
________________________ 8/25 9/1-8-15
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATB
No. 72-4212
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
MARRY 01 I.I'EN
Deceased.
'I',, All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims ,,r Demands Against Said
Estate:
Y"U are hereby notified and re-
qulred to present any claims ami de-
mands which you may have against
the esiate of HARRY GULDEN de-
ceased late of Dade County Florida,
to the County Judges of Dnde County,
and file the same In duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.16, Florida
Btatutes, in their offices In the coun-
ty Courthouse In Had.- County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated Hi Miami. Flo, .da. this 2:1
day of August. All 1972
FANNIE GOLDBN
As Executrix
First publication of ibis notice on
the L'H day of Amm-M, 1972,
n iSEi'li SCHMIER
Attorney for Estate
606 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach. Fla. !:S
9-1-8-15-22
LEGAL NOTICI
I
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-1255
In RE: Estate of
E8TRELLA Ot i.MIOZ
11, censed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
you are hereby notified and requir-
ed to preset)! any claims and demands
Which you may have against the en-
'at..... ESTREMvA i;olE1'eKi.'Vacd
late of Dade County, Florida to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same in duplicate and as pro-
Vided In Section 733.16, Florida Stat-
utes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
lime of the first publication hereof,
or the name will be barred.
I'a led at Miami. Florida, this 24th
day of August. A.D. 1972
ORRARD A. VEGA
As Administrator Cum Testa men to
Annexo
First publication of this notice on
the 1st day of September. 1972.
QOLDMAN, GOLDSTEIN
t PACZIER
Attorney for Estate
24ul West Flagler St.
9/1-8-15-22
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-3683 Dowling
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
III RE: Estate of
CHARLES THOMSON. Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estr'8 "f CHARLES THOMSON
d.c.ased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file ihe same In duplicate
and as provided in Section 733.16 Flor-
ida 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 29th
day of August. A.D. 1972.
WALLACfc, N. MAER
Suite No. I. Court View I'.ldg
1440 NW 14 Av.. Miami. FI 33125
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 1st day of September, il-72.
WALLACE N MAER
Attorney tor Exculor
Suite No. I Court View P.ldg
I44'J NW 14 Av.. Miami. I" 33125
| 1-8-15-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.NOTICE IS HEREBY c.IVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SUN LUCK RESTAURANT at 1442
W. 49th Street. Hlaleah, Fla. intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
FELIPE 1.1
I 25 H 1-8-15
NOTICfc UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY c.IVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious names of
BCONO MOTOR INN
irnxn ROADSIDE INN
ECONO TRAVEL l.olKIE
BCONO HOTEL
BCONO MOTEL
ECONO l.ODC.E
BCONO TRAVEL
BCONO INN
ECONO HOt'SE
at 924 Blsoayne Boulevard, Miami.
Florida, intends to register said names
with the Mcrk of Ihe Circuit Court of
Dade Count v. Florida.
JERRY (iRANC.ER
MAC MERMELL
Attorney* for Jerry flrnnger
1900 S.W. Third Avenue
Miami. Florida 33129
8'25 9 1-8-15
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVEN" H 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'BEN ALBERTS.
Respondent
TO: REIIIICN At HERTS
17 Orchard Place
Dravosburg. Pennsylvania 15034
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been tiled against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to it
on Robert H Burns, attorney for Pe-
titioner, whose address is 300 Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, ami
file the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before Sep-
tember 27. 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
ill THE JEWISH FLORTDIAN.
K. It. LEATHERMAN,
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dadi County. Florida
By L. SNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Robert II. Burns. Esquire
350 Lincoln Rd.
.Miami Peach. Fla.
Attorney for Petitioner
! 28 1/1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice is HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engace in
business under Ihe fictitious name of
LI-NERD SPANISH ADVERTISING!
at 411 N.W. 27th Ave. Miami. Fla. in-
tend to register said name with the
. lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
Raul 1L Oliva 5<>'r
.lose I. Lasaga SaH
9-1-8-15-22
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-4377
In RE: Estate of
DAVID R HOCHBERO
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav- I
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 DAVID R. HOCHBEIIO de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, \n their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County, Flo-
rida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 25th
day of August. A.D. 1972
JACQVBMNE a H'K'HBKRO
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 1st day of September. 1972.
DAVID P. CATSMAN
Attorney for Exis-utrix
150 S.E. 2nd Avc. Miami. Fla.
9,1-8-16-22
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-4234
In RE: Bstate of
HKXRY T. WHITE
I>eceas*d.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or IHmunds Against Said
Estate:
Tou are hereby notified and requir-
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 783.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County. Flo-
rida, within six calendar months from
the time Of Ihe first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Haled at Miami. Florida, this ISth
day of August. A.D. 1972
. EITHER I- WHITE
Ancillary Administrator
First publication of this notice on
the 25th day of Autust. 1972.
A.NDREW J. TOTH
Attorney for Ancillary Administrator
Suite E-9326 Park Dr..
Miami Shores. Florida 33138
8 25 9/1-8.15
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX UEED
Chapter 20722 Acts ot 1941
File No. 72 A 521
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
Metro Consultants Iflc holder of
County Tax Sale Certificate No. .tons
issueil the 1st day of .tune, A.D. 197".
has filed same in my office, and has
made application for a tax deed to
be Issued thereon. Said Certificate
embraces the following described
property in the County of Dade. State
of Florida, to-wit:
i/'i 7 Block <': Tatum Waterway
Sub.. Plat Book 46 Page 2, in the
County Of Dade. State of Florida.
This deed will be Issued subject lo all
other outstanding delinquent City of
.Miami Reach taxes and liens.
The assessment of said properly
under the said certificate was in the
name of: liOl W 2t> Corp
Unless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law. the prop-
erty described herein will be sold to
the highest bidder for cash at the
Courthouse d.ior on the first Monday
in the month of October. 1972. which
is the 2nd day of October, 1972.
Dated this 28th day of August. 1972.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
B) P F. Ouldstrand, DC
. ircuit Court Seal
9-1-3-15-22
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-3874
In RE: Estate of
l.M "OB 8ILVER8TEIN
1 ceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Bstate:
You arc hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and d, mauds
(Which you in.iv have against the es-
tate of JACOH SILVER8TBIN decegs-
led lale of Dane County, Florida, to
I Ihe County Judges ef Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate n'ml as
provided in Section 733.10. Florida
Statutes, iii their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
lime of the first publics!ion hereof,
..r ihe same will bo barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 9th
day of August. A.l>. 1972.
HARRY IKVIN'-. SILVER8TEIN
HAROLD DAVID SILllY
As Kxeeutors
First publication of this notice on
the 25th day of August, 1972
HENRY NORTON
Attorney for
Estate of Jacob Sllverslein
1406 Blscayne ituiidrng
6'25 9'1-8-lS
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage !n
business under the fictitious name of
SCR DEVELOPMENT at Suite T0I
Dad. land Towers, 930 S. Dadeland
Blvd., Miami 33151 intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
SAMUEL FRANK BCHONINOER
JOHN CROEI.L
ARMANDO RUANO
Samuel Frank Schoninger
Attorney for Applicants
Suite 703 Dadeland Towers
9306 8. Dadeland Blvd.. Miami 33150
25 I 1-8-15
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-4571
In RE: Estate of
CHARLES ORKIN,
J i, icascl.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons II n -
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to pre.-KHI any claims and defmndi
which you.nwy^have against th. ,-
'trtV' of PHAIUiBB ORK3N, deceased
late of Dude County, Florida, t" thi
County Judges or Da4e County, and
file Die same in duplicate and as pro-
vided In Section 783.16, Florida Stat-
utes, in tii.ir offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
withm six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dal.-d al Miami. Florida, llns Til,
day of September, A.D. 1972.
RACHEL 1. ORKIN
As Executrix
First publication of this notice ,.,,
the 15th day of Sept 1972
SNYDER, YOUNG A STERN
Attorneys for
Rachel L. Orkln, Executrix
1799 N.E. 164th St..
No. Miami Reach. Fla. 38160
____________________9 15-22-29 I" >:
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT-
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-4220
In RE Estate of
WILLIAM II PERLSTEIN
I >i ceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You ar. her.by notified and requir-
ed to pros, in any claims and demands
Which you may have against the estate
of WILLIAM ll. PERI-STEIN deceas-
ed late ol Dade County, Florida, lo
the County Judges ,,r Dad, County
and file the sain,. |n duplicate and us
provided in Section 733 l, Florida
statutes, in their offices In the Coun-
ty Court houae in Dad.- County, Flo.
rlda. within six calendar months from
'h. time .,r u. tint publication here-
or. or the same will be barred
Dated at .Mia,|, Florida, this. 2s|h
day of August. \ D I97J
ALICE PER [.STEIN
As Executrix
I-nst publication of tins not......,,
the i .111 day of September !.-
HENRY NORTON
attorney f.., Executrix
' 106 Blscayne Building
Miami. Florida 33130
____ 9 R5-22-2J.....i
IN,I.HE.COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-4344
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
In RK: Estate ,,f -
Al TER MAINSTF.R
Deceased.
T ,r"?T!CE T CREDITORS
To \ Creditors and All Persona Hav-
Estate? '"' """"'< Awlnsl Said
You are hereby notified ,.d reauir-
,''"H"'" '"> i^n.s and demands
. o/ SSi h:iv" "'"' th......
of ALTER MATNRTER debased
a of ade County. Florida ,o ,,.
;.'""' Judges of Dade County, and
He the same In duplicate and as pro-
vldod in Sec Ion 733.16, Florida Stat-
utes their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida
lrne"\fKIM '";'"l;"- "'""" from the
time of ,i. first public,ion hereof.
oi the same will he barred
Dat.^1 at Miami. Florida, this 7
day of September. AD 197"
MURRAY D MAIN8TER
- ROSLYN KOERNER
As Executors
First publication of this notice or,
<&.] ;'.'' 'I:,v "f September. |72.
PHILIP KI.iiii.m. ESQ.
1121 City National Lank Bldg.
1 i w esi Flagler Street
Miami. Florida 33186
9 I ,22-29 in 'n
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ~~
NAME LAW
N-iTlCE IS HEREBY QTVBN that
the undcrsign,.i, desiring to engage
"I SK5?5. u'"'''r "" "tltliius name
of Home INSPECTION CONSUL-
TANTS OF SOUTH FLORIDA at
North .Miami Reach. Fla intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court ..1 Dadi County.
1- lorlda.
THEODORE BIOMAN
9 16 22-26 16 >'<
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS "
NAME LAW
NOTU 1; is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, d. siring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
Of DAVID LYNN'a COFFEE BREAK
service at Ri6 N.w 11,i, street.
Miami. Ha. intends to register said
nam. win, t|. Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida
CATERING BY DAVID LYNN. INC.
By: David Lynn. President
Attest: Kathyn Lynn. Secretary
WILLIAM .1. OOI.DWORN
A.- ASSOCIATES
Attorneys for
Catering by David Lynn Inc.
1MMI Coral Way, Miami 33145
_________ ___ 9/16-22-21' 1" K
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that:
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name-
of P.I.OW1P at Miami. Fla. Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court t.f Dade Count x.
Florida.
PHILIP A. FBLDMAN
LEAH FBLDMAN
ROIUN FBLDMAN
____________ 6/16-23-29 1"
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice IS HEREBY OWEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of SELECT INSURANCE AGENCY
at 404 E 16th Street, HisUeah, Fla.
intend to register said name with the
ci.rk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
Ill MHERTO S. RODRIGUEZ
MIRIAM A. RODRIGUEZ
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eJewisli Floridiam Meyer Lansk? odered
Expelled From Israel
[iami, Florida Friday, September 15, 1972
Section B
Responsibility For Olympians'
Rested With The Germans
Safety
By DAVID LANDAU
JTA Middle East Bureau Chief
JERUSALEM (JTA) Pre-
I mier Golda Meir told the Knes-
I set this week that the responsi-
bility for the security of Israel's
| Olympic team in Munich be-
fore and during the gamies
| rested with the German outhori-
; ties.
Mrs, Meir, who had been del-
legated by the Cabinet to super-
vise the collation of informa-
t. >n regarding the tragic events
h-t week in Which 11 Israeli
[olympians were killed by terror-
Ijsts told the Knesset that a thor-
|oU'-,'h investigation was now be-
lt- conducted into all aspects of
the affair. She said that al-
though the investigation was in-
pli if. she could already put
the record straight on several
[matters. When the news of the
[attack first came through last
[Tuesday, the Cabinet decided on
I throe basic guidelines:
11 i There would be no nego-
Itlution with the terrorists; (2)
Israel Mould support any Ger-
man promise to the terrorists to
let them go free if they released
[the hostages unharmed: (3) Is-
fmel relied on Germany to do
everything possible to protect
the hostage*' lives.
Mrs. Meir disclosed that Israel
had dispatched "a representa-
tive who occupies a senior posi-
tion in the .security services to-
gether with his assistant" to Mu-
nich and he had arrived there at
10:15 p.m. and had witnessed
the airport shootout. She said
his evidence constituted a vital
part of the ongoing investiga-
tion but stressed that he was
neither asked to advise the Ger-
mans nor to approve their res-
cue plans. By the time he reach-
ed Munich the transfer to the
airport was underway.
No Israeli conducted negotia-
tions with the terrorists, said
Mrs. Meir, nor was Israel asked
to take part in the negotiations.
The negotiations were conducted
by the German authorities in the
name of the German govern-
ment, she said
The Premier stressed that
neither the German government
nor any other political body had
asked Israel to accede to the
terrorists' demands, and again
thanked Germany for not knuck-
ling under to blackmail, using
force as a last resort.
Late in the afternoon Germany
had informed Israel of the rescue
plan explaining that there was
no chance of freeing the hos-
tages by negotiation or of at-
tacking the kidnappers in the
Olympic Village. The Israel gov-
ernment was not asked to ap-
prove the plan, Mrs. Meir added.
She said there was no possibil-
ity of Israel employing its own
personnel to free the hostages
since there simply weren't any
Israeli soldiers or sharpshooters
in Munich.
Mrs. Meir told the Knesset
that she would inform the Cabi-
net and the Knesset Foreign
Affairs and Security Commit-
tee of her findings as soon as
passible. She also promised to
inform the public of all infor-
mation which did not involve
security matters, and said the
government would draw all the
necessary conclusions.
Zayyat Replaces Ghaleb As
Egypt's Foreign Minister
LONDON (JTAI President
Anwar Sadat of Egypt has fired
iFoieign Minister Murad Ghaleb
lai I will replace him with Mo-
h ill Hassan Zayyat, Egypt's
I former Ambasador to the United
Nations, it was reported.
The change was seen as an-
[ sun in Sadat's shift away
[from Moscow and a possible
Iniove toward improved relations
|with the United States.
|\
Ghaleb, who served for 10
irs as Egypt's Ambassador to
the Soviet Union, was appointed
tn the Cabinet last January. Ru-
mors that his ouster was impend-
ing surfaced last July when Sa-
dat ordered the departure of So-
viet advisors and military per-
sonnel from Egypt.
Zayyat served for two years
at the United Nations and re-
portedly has many friends in
the United States where Egypt
still has no formal diplomatic
representation. His replacement
of Ghaleb gave rise to specula-
tion that Sadat is seeking a new
American peace initiative in the
Middle East following the U.S.
presidential elections.___________
Wednesday afternoon at an emergency news conference
at the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, a joint statement
was issued by leaders of Miami's Jewish community regis-
tering shock and profound grief over the murder of 11
Israelis at Munich and calling for expulsion from any fur-
ther Olympic competition and from the community of na-
tion or nations that harbored, trained or gave sanction to
the Arab terrorists. Shown above are Dr. Irving Lehrman,
B. Smith, vice president of Federation and Myron J. Brodie,
associate executive vice president of Federation. Also pres-
ent were Dr. Leon Kronish,. president of the Rabbinical Asso-
ciation of Greater Miami and Rabbi Solomon Schiff, vice
president of the Association and director of Federation's
Community Chaplaincy Service.
JERUSALEM (JTA) A
five-member Supreme Court
panel unanimously upheld a gov-
ernment order to expel Meyer
Lansky. reputed U.S. gangland
boss, who had sought refuge in
Israel under the Law of Re-
turn but there was no indica-
tion when Lansky must leave
Israel.
The Court ruled that the In-
terior Ministry had ample
grounds to support Its decision
that Lansky had "a criminal
past likely to endanger the pub-
ic welfare." The Court rendered
its decision after studying the
complete dossier on Lansky pro-
vided by L.S. authorities.
The rejection of Lansky's ap-
peal against the government's
decision may not, however, re-
sult in his deportation to the
U.S. where he is wanted on
criminal charges. The govern-
ment announced some time ago
that it would furnish Lansky
with a laissez passer to any-
country willing to admit him.
U.S. authorities have revoked
his passport and without a lais-
sez passer his eviction from Is-
rael would be tantamount to
deportation.
The alleged underworld czar,
who is 70, came to Israel in 1970
on a tourist visa. When the gov-
ernment refused to renew the
visa last year, Lansky applied
for citizenship under the Law
of Return. But the law makes
exceptions in the case of people
with criminal records who are
likely to endanger the public
welfare.
That exception was apnlied in
an 83-page judgment preirert
by Justice Shimon Agranat.
president of the Supreme Court,
ard concurred in by the other
four justices sitting on the case.
Lansky was present in the
court when the decls'on was
handed down and apn-nired un-
set by the ruling. The Court
ordered him to pay $500 in costs.
Justice Agranat praised Lan-
sky's -ounsel, for his pleading
on behalf of his client but added
that the lawyer was "fighting
a lost cause."



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vJewist Fteradfiair
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Friday. September 15.1972
SUKKAH JV THE SKY' DINNER
Academy Installation
Scheduled Sept 27
-=V=:
Sukkot. the Feast of Taber-
nacli and inspiration for the
American Thanksgiving, wi'l be
the theme I'm- th Greater Miami
Hebrew Acad< my's "Sukkal Un-
der the Sky"" dinner Sept. 27 at
7 p.ni on th<' roof of the Academy's
now iuntor high school building at
2423 Pinetrec Drive.
Rabbi Alexander S. Grow, He-
ii e\< Academy principal, will of-
ficiate at a joint installation of of-
ficers for the PTA. Hebrew Acad-
-ii\ Men. and Hebrew Academy
Women.
Miami Beach attorney Irving H
Firtel will lie Installed for a sec-
ond term a- Hebrew Academy
president.
Rabbi Gross mid Mie Sukkah
Under the Sky" ma ks the first
'non-classroom" e-wit *o take
pi.-.ee in th new -SI L' million jun-
i"r I' Rh iIk- flrsl Hebrew Da.\
School in ihe t'nii..! States to ex-
ent ith an "open class" con-
pi of school curricula.
Sti di nts I : the Olga and Mar-
' v. High s -i.....: for
i !irl< !ii. >. : the new building,
v ill act as ho -oi ate
- 1 Sukl !: | c .'l-
.'(1 mi ilv- pspe iallj :>>:
the invasion.
Honor studi nts from the ele-
ment hi-\ an 1 junior high classes
will speak hi lefly.
Among either-- to take office
with .Mi. Firtel are P.. I. Binder
chairman of the board; Herman L.
Shaw, chairman of the executive
committee; 1. 11. Abrams .associate I
chairman of tin- board: and Oscar
Sehapiro, associate chairman of
the executive committee.
Samuel Reinhard. senior vice
president, is coordinating plans for
the installation program together
witli oilier vice pre>idents. Ixxtis
Merwit2cr, honorary life president,
will be among those- to whom
special tribute will bo paid for their
i<-adership in securing the new
building.
Mr. Merwitzer Ls general ehair-
:iiun of the fund-raising cam|>aisn
fur the structure, which enables
the Hebrew Academy to increase
it- registration to 1.0C0 students.
freia Ktel
Harry Bloom To Serve
On Civil Service Board
Harry Bloom, who has been with
tin- North Miami Beach Water De-
partment for
tin- last three
years and at
pr -en! holds
the position of
collection repre-
cental ive a -
recently elected
to the North Mi-
ami Beach Civil
Service Board.
M r. Bloom
and his wife.
Barbara, t h e
secretary of Ye-
are the parents
Stuart age 14.
Harry Bloom
shiva Day School
i.f three children.
- a student at John F. Kennedy
Junior High School; Tina. 12. and
Alan. 10. are students at Yeshiva
Day School. North Miami Beach.
j Freda Keel
To Address
Bond Leaders
Freda Koet. Israel's foremost
woman broadcaster and a world-
renowned journ-
alist, will come
to Miami next
\ve?k to address
local women pre-
paring for the
annual Miami
Hadassah Bom!:
with Israel;
Luncheon hon-;
o-irg Lillian
Gxmdman. sched-
uled Oct. 19. at
the Fontaine"
bleau Hotel.
Mrs. Keet said that she will
come to Miami in the wake of the
tragic evenls in Munich, when her
role as a journali-t to report and
interpret the situation in Israel
is so \ itally important, in order to
' convey Israel's immediate chal-
I lenges to tin- Miami Beach Ha-
1 das-ab Israel Bond leadership.
Mrs. Keel will address the Miami
1'. a h Hadassah leadership "Joint
Sponsors" al 10 a.m. Thursday. ,
^ent 21. in the Playboy Plaza
Hotel.
U-M Student Takes Prize
Norman S. Segall, a senior law
Student al the University of Mi-
ami, "on tiu- -Sol) second place
award in the Lawyers Title Guar-
antee Fund property essay con-
test last week. His pa;>er is en-
titled. Ton Liability of the Land-
lord."- Mr. Segall, a graduate of
Michigan State University, now
- macs as a legal intern with Legal
Services of Greater Miami. Inc.
Yom Kippur Dance Monday at Beth Am
Tin- Brotherhood of Temple Beth
Am is sponsoring its annual Yom
Kippur dance Monday evening at
the temple. The 9 p.m. to miilruht
event, which is free to temple
members, will feature superb food
and er.l-itaintnent. according '<>
Brotherhood president Dr. Jerome
Jacobs, who i- serving as gencial
ehaii man ol tin dance committee.
Music for dancing will lie pro-
and 1,5
nts will be
vided by Jim Weinber
band. Liquid refreshm
sold to h-lp defray exiionses
Serving on the committee with
nr. Jacobs are Ernie n. y(i,.mann
Bob Gav:in and Don Klein A4
mis-ion is by membership Ulentt.
fieation card; i small charge Q
be made for guests. Reservation,
are available through the I
office.
One more reason
to choose
America's favorite
tuna:
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Succoth-flarvest of Good Food
BY ESTHER FEINBERG Its a time to give thanks for bountiful crops, and these recipes star vegetables
and a variety of fruits. As always, we're pleased that you have shared them with us. so that we can share them
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COUNTRY GREEN DRESSING
1 clove garlic, cut in hail *
11.2 CUPS HELLMANN S/BEST FOODS
Real Mayonnaise
1/4 cup tarragon vinegar
4 anchovy liliets
2 tablespoons chopped onion
2 tablespoons chopped chives
1 tablespoon chopped parsley
1 teaspoon dried tarragon leaves
Rub garlic over inside of mixing bowl. Combine re-
maining ingredients. Chill. Serve on mixed salad
greens or an large sliced tomatoes. Makes about
1 1/2 cups.
Submitted by Mr. Samuel J. HHier, Whitehall Bay.
W.s.
Fresh, creamy Hellmann's/Best Foods helps you
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PRETTY FILLED MELON '
1 cantaloupe
1 small package Kosher cherry flavored gelatin
1 /2 cup drained fruit cocktail
2 packages (3 oz each) cream cheese ___
1/4 CUp HELLMANN'S/BEST FOOOS
Real Mayonnaise
Lettuce leaves
Peel whole cantaloupe. Cut off small end and re-"
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Hellmann's/Best Foods is Heal whole-egg mayon-
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TANG Y GLAZED CHICKEN
1 envelope dried onion soup mix
1/2 cup catsup
1/3 CUP HELLMANN S/BEST FOOOS
Real Mayonnaise
1 jar (10 oz ) apricot preserves
2 broiler-fryer chickens, cut up
Combine first 4 ingredients in bowl; spoon over
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1 1/4 hours or until chicken is lender and thoroughly
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HcJImanr.'s/Best Foods won't separate, even when
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FROZEN FRUIT SALAD SUPREME
2 packages (3 oz each) cream cheea*
1/2 CUP HELLMANN S/BEST FOOOS
Real Mayonnaise
1 1/2 tablespoons lemon juice
1 /4 teaspoon salt
1/4 cup drained fruit cocktail
1/4 cup drained crushed pineapple
2 bananas, sliced
1/2 cup chopped pecans
1/2 cup pitted Bing cherries
1 cup whipped evaporated milk
Lettuce leaves
Blend cheese in mixing bowl until smooth. Stir in
Real Mayonnaise, lemon juice and salt. Combine
the rest of the ingredients m order, folding in the
whipped milk last. Turn into a metal loaf pan and
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6 cups coarsely grated carrot
1 cup well drained crushed pineapple
1 cup raisins
1 /2 CUP HELLMANN S/BEST FOODS
Real Mayonnaise
1 /2 cup dairy sour cream
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/4 cup honey
1/2 cup chopped walnuls (optional)
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Submitted by: Mrs Nellie Robbins, Bloomfield, Cona,^
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ipes become the property of Best Foods, and tney
be adjusted or edited belore publication


Friday. September 15 1972
*Jen-ist> Meridian
Page 3-B
Numerous Runoffs Result
From Tuesday's Elections
gi ,,.. Attorney Richard Gor-
.tcin overwhelmed throe oppon-
cnts in Tuesday's election to win
, fifth term Hide Count) -
,u, | prosecutor turned back ;
\. :,l Sonnett, Harold Solomon j
and Eueene Spellman.
\ duel between Congressional
candidates Lee Wetesenborn and
Bill Lehman in the now 13th
District and a clash hot ween
Met Mayor Steve dark and
former state attorney Jack Orr :
:,,, ,i. Oct. runoff ra-e- d'e-
:li,i by this week's primary
ions.
s. n, WeissenborB and former
board chairman I.-hman
Slate Rep. Louis Wolf son
III and Insurance executive Jay
; ii-the Democratic nomi-
nuiion.
\ |,n Claude Peorer scored
.... j i i i vl "tory over
Miami Boa-h Mayor .lay
: Rpp. Dante Blrscelr
: in the other Dem-
i' mgressional primaries.
. state senators ro/te th
ort of th^ Concerned Demi-
i'l Miami's two daily
icwspapers to victory In Demo-
primarie*. Banker Jack
i m niD|ied S *n. Dick Flnch-
S ki r of the House RJch-
,v,l Pett'orrw topned Sen
e Hollahan and Ren.
(I, pi-.' Firestone defeated for-
:> Miami R"oh vlep "w'
n I'nvlander an-t Simund
Sehv without a runoff.
State Sen. OomM Lewis of
Miami unseated Jops Yarhnroii'rh
in n stTtp\>'ide contest for the
Piihljr Service Commission.
.Til licial ''noes we-e hot'v c*l-
i 1. with th* Rar Associa-
tion'* |k>II of Dade lawyers one
nf the iasitP* of mnior conten-
tinn. Robert Hnvprfiold was pp.
turn to the District Court of
Vpneal over Joan Odell.
I" Circuit Court races. Daniel
fi Snt'n defeated Alex Gordon.
I I, Silver retained hi seat
i it George NachwaHer Nat-
alie Baskin won a run-off nost
insl Justice of the Peace
Ralnh Ker-uson and John Gale
1 ited George A. Ruchmann.
Other Circuit Court matches
saw Francis X. Knuck returned
In .ii lice against Robert M.
r. Rhea Pineus Grossman
Ii i oxer Richard Jacobs in a
four-wav race that resulted in
1 nnoff. incumbent Thomas
Testa heal Miami B.-a-h Council-
man Jerome Greene and inenm-
henl Siinev Weaver defeated
Charles Kelly.
Incumbent Judge John V. Per-
son was forced into a runoff
with William Gladstone, former
Miami Vice Mayor irwin Chris- .
tie unseated Arthur W. Primm. I
David Goodhart defeated I-eon-
ard Cardone, State Rep. Harold
Fcallvfstdnc trounced Albeit
Zemlock, Edward Cowart beat
Charles Whiteacre.
County Court races saw in-
cumbent Sidney Segal] sain a !
runoff with Stanley Goodman. |
Aiden Slegendorf toj> Murray i
'/,. Klein and Dominic Koo elec-
ted over Maurice Rosen and Wil-
liam Porter
Former Miami Beach munici-
pal Judge Milton Feller sained
i runoff post against former
Miami Beach judge Alfred Fred
Xesbiit. Public Defender Bern-
ard Frank l< I a three-man field,
and will face Stuart Simons In
the second primary.
Bernard Jaffe led Industrial
Claim- Judge Alberl Harum in-
to a runoff. Justice of the Peace
Ruth Sui ton lined a se on l
pi'imJrrj position a.sain^l Calvin
M 'i. Ed nun I M?wbold at l
i lorn fa < another County Couill show-
down .'.'! Meyer Brillianl and
Edward Swanko went Into yet
another runoff.
Richard P. Brinker gained a
runoff spot In the circuit court
race, with former state Ren.
David BdMdRc holding a slim
edce for second.
All Metro Court Judges re-
tained their seats under Mis-
souri plan voting. Judce Ger-
ald Klein led the field, followed
by Arthur Winton. Arthur Ma-
ginnos, John Tankstey and
Thomas O'Connell.
In county commission races.
Edward T. Graham. Joyce Gold-
berg and Harry Cain retained I
their seats. Runoffs pit Incum- '
bent Edward Stephenson asainst
E. Jim Johnston, incumbent
James McKillips asainst Harvey
Ruvin, Incumbent s. A. Dans- .
year asainst Mike Calhoun and
incumbent Edward C. Fogg III
asainst John B. Coffee.
School board races found Dr.
Ben Sheppard beating Mrs. Ma-
bel Gardner and I.inton Tyler
gaining a runoff with Robert
Renick. Ethel Beckham laced
a runoff with Donn Hart and !
Phyllis Miller won a runoff spot
asainst Jonathan Alpert.
Miamian's Book Published
Christopher Publishing House of,
North Quiney. Mass., has released
a new hook. "A Jew Is ," by
Howard H. Hlrschborn of Coral
Gables, an in-depth case history
( on ethnic identity. Mr Hirschhorn.
! who formally taught In a commu-
nity college holds a Master's de-
I eree in Anihronoloprv.
Crutcher Harrison will meet
savings and loan association of-
ficial Sam Gillott in a runoff.
6 Arab Slates Vitliii" Terrorists Named
WASHINGTON, D.C. fWNSl Ambassador Yitzhak Rabin
named sin Arab countries this week which he claimed were aiding
terrorist organisations that commit atrocities such as the murder
of 11 members >i the Israeli Olympic squad in Munich \t least
three Aral) countries Libya, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia, are
supplying financial assistance t>. the terrorists and Egypt, Syria
uid Lebanon support the terrorists .\iih "technical support and
use of their territory," he said.
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cup chopped onion
cup orange juice
2 teaspoons salt
1 teaspoon grated orange peel
1 i teaspoon pepper
I' i cups orange sections
Vi cup slivered
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Heat Planters Peanut Oil in large heavy
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9-Jenist fkrijfon
Friday. September 15,1972

125 Begin Studies Here
In Hebrew High School
Wednesday was H-Day for the
Hebrew High School of the Cen-
tra'. \ i-sh Education.
Some 12S stud nts in eight
ent b: i:\xighout the Great-
er Miami jm their* t\
he current >?hoo! year, ac-
cording to Herbert Zvl B
\ itive director of the Central
Si ..ier.ts will pursue an inten-
rogram in the areas of Bible.
Talmud, Jewish history, prayer,
Jewish philosophical thought. Is-
raol. and modern Hebrew litera-
ture, under the guidance of vet-
eran teachers, some of whom have
been with the high school more
than 10 years.
In addition to formal studies
the curriculum includes classes in
Israeli dancing and singing, dis-
cussions on current events, and
special activities, such as Shab-
batonim (weekend retreats'*, guest
lectures, attendance at films and
exhibitions relating to their stud-
ies and other programs.
Special groups that will be
formed this year include classes
for those students who partici-
pated in the first annual Study
Tour to Israel of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation last sum-
mer, for students who have com-
pleted a number of years of day
school education, and Ulpan He-
brew classes.
Those who graduate from the
four-year program are awarded a
Sunday School Teachers license
by the Centra'. A: : y for Jewish
Education, up :ion of re-
I quired courses in .1 nation.
Coordinator of the hleh school
an 1- Rabbi Shimon Azulay.
In n idition to the Hebrew depart-
I the Central Agency also con-
ducts a Ju laka department for
.hose students who wish to con-
tinue their Jewish education on a
more extensive basis. The Judaica
program will begin after the Sue-
cot hoMdaya
Free University Staff
Sought By YM-YWHA
The Young Men's and Young
Women's Hebrew Association of
Greater Miami (YM-YWHA) and
i the Central Agency for Jewish
Education are looking for knowl-
edgeable and creative people to
1 instruct courses in a Free univer-
jsity project, with classes begin-
I ning in mid-October.
A college degree is not neces-
I sary to teach in this program, but
; interested individuals should have
: in-depth understanding of the
area they wish to instruct. To find
out more about the course and re-
quirements, contact Mrs. Vivian
Becker at the "Y."
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Rabbi Tibor H. Stem (left) pre-
sents his latest publication,
which contains recent Halachic
rulings concerning the status
of intermarried Jews, to Mos-
cow's Chief Rabbi Jacob Fish-
man.
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Histadrut Women's Council
Installs Mrs. Sahl President
The annual installation luncheon
0f Hi, South Florida Women's!
Council of Htftartmt,- 'Mhr*hH
U loin Chapter, was held at j
the Ca lac Hotel Wednesday.
Mrs, Mildred Sahl was installed
M lent for a second term.
Other officers sworn in include
I -trin and Lillian Levine,
v dents; Bess Linde, re-
cording cretary; Susan York,
corresponding secretary; Esther
treasurer; and Florence
V. financial secretary.
\ litional officers installed were
J aker, social secretary; Ann
program vice president;
r, (bins, parliamentarian;
V ;an, delegate at large,
i ireenspan, membership
I
Mrs Kogan and Tessie Kirson
ntbd i servations chair-
M Sahl, wife of the director
of h : resident Madison and Four
hotels, said a life .rncm-
i .- being planned for
November
tadrut Women's Coun-
Ing funds to supi>ort the
and Lillian Bo!ot:n Medi-
cal Center now nearing comple.
tion in Bo.r.-heba. Israel. Mr, and
Mrs. Bovotirt; rejtdents of Surfside,'
received the Ben-Gurion Histadrut
Medal of Honor last February at
the Mid-Winter Conference of the
Israel Histadrut Foundation.
The women's unit of the Israel
Histadrut Council of South Florida,
headed by Samuel Feinstoin and
Moe Levin, raised more than $5,000
for the educational, medical and
welfare programs of Histadrut in
Israel during the past year-.
Ben Zion Steinberg is executive
director of Histadrut in Florida
and Dr. Leon Kronish is honorary
chairman.
Lorber Holds 1st Meeting
The Lorber Chanter of the Chil-
dren's Asthma Research Insti-
tute and Hospital at Denver held
its first meeting of the year this
week at the Sweden House Res-
taurant. Mrs. Sam Greenfeder.
president, reported on her trip to
the hninp and new members were
greeted by Mrs, Arthur Newman,
membership vice president. The
program was planned by program-
ming vice president Mrs, Nat Cyn-
amon and Mrs, Robert Ferris, co-
West Miami JWV Post. Auxiliary Activities Set
'u'mc vim
='dnf
West Miami Auxiliary 223, JWV,
was to have Mrs. Lee Haspil, Vet-
erans Administration Volunteer
s. rvice Representative as their
guest Thursday, at 8:13 p.m. in
the home of Ruth (Mrs. Norman)
Burman, 6451 SW 6th St. Spue-
y.al elections for the office of pa-
triotic instructor and historian
were to be held during the busi-
ness portion of the meeting.
Mrs. Burman, a past president
of the Auxiliary, was listed on
the raster of outstanding women
in the community at a Women's
Rights Day celebration in the Du-
nont Plaza Hotel sponsored hy the
Miami Branch of the American
Association of University Women
recently. She has been active as
a volunteer worker for the VA
Hospital for many years and works
with retarded children at a nursery
school in the Flagami Park area.
On Tuesday, Sept. 26, the West
M:ami Post and Auxiliary will
sponsor a birthday party for para-
lyzed veterans a' the Veterans
Hospital, The party will honor all
' : rans who have birthdays
in the month of September, ac-
cording to hosoitaj chairman Mr-
Arthur Bartlett,
Singles Cocktail Party
Single Parents of Miami Beach
will hav a cocktail party at 8:30
p.m. in the Louis Phillipoe Room
of the Fontainebleau H itel, All
lrrie The Post invites members and
guests to see a special film at the
scheduled meeting, Thursday, Sept.
2H, in the Bahia Honda Room of
Hunkers Motel, 5R90 SW 8th St.
The film, based on a hook by Eu-
gene Methvin, is called "Thf Riot
Makers." It is a documentary film
used for instruction and class
'aining by polic administrati ns.
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Friday, September IS, 137;
DENOUNCING SOVIET 'RANSOM' PAYMENT DEMANDS
Text Of Premier's Aug. 23 Knesset Speech
Mr. Speaker. HonourabfFrWTi.se
Once again the Knesset has been alerted to voice Its solidarity with our Jewish
rettiren in mo Soviet Union.
Like a bolt out of the blue the news came upon us of the new and heavy oppression
inflicted on the Jews in Soviet Russia. The Soviet authorities resolved that every Jew-
.-h intellectual who wishes to come to Israel lie compelled to make an exorbitant pay-
ment .1 headtax as a personal ransom in exchange tor the right to leave for Israel
m! :. penalty for their educational achievements. This law was not promulgated any-
>vhere and no pubic announcement of it was ever made.
According the news we have, the amount of the ransom ranges from the sum of
;.000 rubles fir graduates cooperative institutes to a sum of 20.000 rubles for univer-
sity graduates in the sciences. A university graduate, for instance, will be obliged in
ccordance with Hi s "ho- an pin-list" to pay a ransom exceeding 12.000 rubles. A
graduate > : an Institute of the arts or an academy of music will have to pay a ransom
i 9,600 rubles.
It must I tn s* d that this ransom is itruxised on every intellectual separately, even
:i the same lamil. SO that th" total ransom for one family may well be double, three
imes or four tiroes as heavy ... all in accordance with the number of intellectuals in
m rj family. These sums are evei and alxn-e the 940 rubles which are nowdays being
r of S family above tl*> age of 16 whose emigration to Israel has
^een approved ,
The payment Ol ransom dins not as yet entitle one to emigration for Israel and
- to exacted retroactively from all intellectuals whose immigration into Israel he;
eon who have not yet emigrated.
During the las) few days reports have reached us that the Soviet authorif.es are
reparing further tariffs for those who completed their high school or trade school
i. i If this be true, there are no inhibitions on the level of extortion.
Members of thr Knesset.
The ransom decree is part anil parcel of a more extensive campaign of Soviet anti-
ui.-n policy meant to deter Jews from submitting applications for immigration into
Israel. To put further handicaps in the way of voting Jews wishing to learn and study.
To sabotage the immigration into Israel of intellectual Jews by means of fines they
re enable to pay. and above all to blot out the national awakening of Soviet Jewry.
This cruel decree m pre ceded by a long list of oppressive and discriminatory
east res, intended to deter Jews from submitting applications for immigration into
Israe :
The Soviet authorities prevented tho emigration of a high lwrcentage of Jews re-
ading in the old Soviet districts, that is. in the regions outside the Baltic states and
tic areas annexed after the Second World War. as well as Georgia and Bukhara.
>nly 20 per eent of those who a|pliexl to go to Israel in the old regions were granted
ermlts to leave.
In spite of the immigration in previous years, there are today almost 100.000 Jews
ho received requests to immigrate from their relatives in Israel, but they are still
knocking at the divrs of the Soviet authorities in the hope of receiving permits to
; nmi'-Tate into Israel.
During th. last few months arrests took place in the old parts of the Soviet Union
nd Jews were jailed and in some cases were sent to hospitals and lunatic asylums.
We must know that for the "crime" of applying for an exit permit to" Israel a
.hole set of oppressive steps and chicaneries Is put in action by the authorities. For
instance: Dismissal from their jobs, expulsion from the university, humiliating censure
:.t public meetings, etc. We have lists of scores of Jewish scientists who were dismissed
irom their jobs on the morrow of their submitting applications to come to Israel. And
there are those whose applications were rejected. But they continue to be punished for
1!ie very submission of their request to leave.
Frequently the applicants, even if they are .10 years of age or older, are required
to produce written consent from their parents concerning their emigration. Ii'iese
ant to
ad-t
written consents cause their parents and relatives trouble at their placet of wo*
Latelv broadcasts from Israel have been methodically .jammed though the V
Zion broadcasts to the Diaspora deal with cultural and artistic subjects careful.
ing controversial jtfilitical topics.
We learned recently that the Soviet authorities have also started to d Sconnect
the telephones in the homes of those struggling for immigration to Israel.
All the above steps in addition to the payment of the head-tax are niea
deter Jews from submitting applications for immigration into Israel. But the bet
is the severest and most oppressive of the lot.
About 20 per cent of all recent immigrants from the Soviet Union fall within the
category of those subject to the head-tax. and this is while the head-tax does not vet
apply to high school graduates. Furthermore, imposing the head-tax on one university
graduate may well hold up the immigration of a whole family or cause furthei sepanjh
tion within families part of whom have already arrived in Israel, while others remain-
ed behind and are subjected to the ransom decree.
Members of the Knesset.
This cruel and shameful decree enacted by the rulers of the great Soviet Union
which has rightly prided itsell on providing a chance for education to all it.< citizens
is anti-Jewish in spirit and inhuman in content. This is a decree aimed against th,
Jewish community in the Soviet Union. But its immoral significance is universal inas-
much as it contains elements of brutality aganst man. human spirit and liberty, and
man's right to live in affinity with his people. This policy actually tells every ted
Jew in the Soviet Union: "YoUl brains, and whatever you have studied and thought
don't actually belong to you. Since you are a Jew. it is doubtful whether you are en-
titled to study and gain an education at all. And if you are hound for Israel t" join
your people, it is your duty to suffer. As for us. we will do our best to fin .
means to prevent your emigration in all ways possible.
This cynical device is drawn from the arsenal of punishments which were approp-
riate to the dark |>eriod of the history of the Soviet Union, which we had all ho|>.ii had
l>assed. Never to return. This decree evokes disquieting memories from dark days It
enslaves intellectuals in rhe very state whose iieople arose and proclaimed that thev
intended to see an end to slavery and serfdom and to liberate mankind. There were
many Jews who believed this vision would come true and who took part in the struggle
for the implementation of this human ideal. Also the Jewish contribution to trtede-
velopment of spiritual and scientific values in the Soviet Union is great indeed.
There are some dark corners left in the world where slave trade is still practiced.
According to fhe rules of this trade, those who are stronger in body fetch a higher
price for their owners. In the Soviet Union they have now worked out a price list.
which is based on the value of the brainthe spiritor one might even say. the soul
of man.
The people of Israel and the entire Jewish people wherever it is. will neither
accept nor acquiesce in the gravity of this decree, which cannot be regarded as a
matter affecting only Soviet Jewry. It is a challenge to every Jew in Israel and through-
out the world. If a Jew in the Soviet Union becomes saleable commodity then we are
all affected, until they become free men too. We cannot be silent in the face of this
persecution. We shall accept neither its cruel motives nor its destructive consequences.
For many long and painful years we waited for the arrival of our brothers from there
Recently there has been a trickle of arrivals. Our brethren who arrived from "here
were not only a source of joy for us, but also a source of hope for ine future. In spite
of the bitter quarrel between us and the Soviets over ttieir Middle East, policy-, we
were unstinting in expressing our appreciation for those who came .and the hoi* that
emigration permits for family reunification would increase with time.
I repeat this is not simply the struggle of Soviet JewTy with whom .we here in B-
rale identify. Nor is this merely a struggle Jews the world over identify wit i. It is
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WEDNESDAY AT IMPERIAL HOUSE
American Friends President
Speaks At Hebrew U. Fete
Bernard Kate, Mrs. Kate W. Klein,
Solomon Klein, Dr. Leon Kronisli.
11: Henry Sonneborn Hi. na-
itlonal speaker of the American
L-,-i,.n,ls of the Hchivw University., rv .Irving Lehrman. Seymour B.
L,ll speak Wednesday night at Lichmnn. Anna Rrenner Meyers,
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Leo Min-
Dff. HtNRY SONNtBORN
ihe annual meetim; of the Greater
Miami Chapter. The 8 p.m. session
i< scheduled for the Imi>erial
I IIoii>,\ X'ri Collins Ave.
Seymour Flshman, executive
I \ico president of the American
I Friends, will accompany Mr. Son*
i n, The president will be in-
Itroduced by Jack S. Popiok. na-
itlonal vice president of the orsa-
ni/ation.
Dr. Sonnrb^m, executive vice
I president of Wttco Chemical Cor-
.1. received a I'h.D. in Chem-
ist ry from Johns Hopkins Univer-
Isitj in Baltimore, and is a mem-
Phi Beta Kappa. Together
with his eousn, Rudoljih Sonne-
born, he underwrote a chair of
chemistry at the Hebrew Univer-
sity last year.
Mr, Flshman, who is well-known
as a psychologist and communal
leader, was the first manager of
tin- Israel Bonds office in Chicago-
Hi has served in the vanguard of
American efforts for Israel since
the end of World War II.
Judge Herbert S. Shapiro, pres-
ide:.- of Temple Emanu-Kl and a
past president of the Greater Mi-
ami Chapter of the American
Friends, "ill preside at Wednes-
day's annual meeting.
Dr. Sonneborn will install the
officers and board meml>ers In-
eluding Hairy A. iHapi Levy, who
will !> :in his second term as presi-
dent. The officers and Ixiard mom-
'" to be installed include Jack
1 'i'k. honorary president; Dr.
Gotlieb, honorary vice presi-
dent; David Perlman, Jacob Rif-
Wn, Lrwis F. Zorn and Mrs. Irv-
Ing Schaffzln, vice presidents.
Boa d members Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz, Dr. Joseph I. Anton.
Mrs I tea Boncm, Shcppard Broad.
David Brown, Irving Billig, Mrs.
Charles Charcowsky, Joseph Coh-
n. Marvin M. Cooner. Judge Irv-
ing Cyppn, Louis DeCoveny, Leon
' Ell, Simon Fisher, Harry H.
Frankoi, Mayshie Friedherc. Sam-
uel Kricdland. Emil Friedlander,
M's Philip Gotlieb. Abe Green.
I*1'- J. A. Greenhouse and Abraham
A. Grunhut.
M>o the Hon. Charles Hall. Dr.
Joseph Harris. Harrv Harrison,
Abraham Hirsch. Louis Hirsch.
HAW A. (HAP) UVf
dim, Harry Rcih, Arnold Rosen,
Dr. Joseph Safian, Rabbi David
Shapiro, Dr. Ronall Shane, Sol
C. Shave. Jacob Sher. Jerome
Stern, Harold Thurman, Mr*. Ben-
jamin Weiner and Dr. Charles
B. her.
Also Leo Rose, Jr.. Joseph L.
Sharpe, Dr, Bernardo Bcnes, Rich-
ard Levy, Irving Firtcl. Judge
Harry A. G-eenbi rg, Jules Arkin.
Rabbi Samuel Jalfe, Leonard Lu-
rta, Marvin Stonberg, Mrs. Isi-
dore Hecht, Mrs. Irving Wexlcr,
David Egozi. Mrs. Burton Levy.
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Mint7, Jacob Rifkln, Meyer Res-
nick. Gerald Schwartz. Herb-rt S. |
Shapiro. Milton Sirkin. Harold
Thurman, Max Weltz, H. Franklin
Williams, Philip Zwilliiv:. Irving
Wechsler, Burton Lew Rose Sha-
piro. Ottilia Kellcrman and Joan
Flschmnn.
Honorary past presidents who
will tiiceive honorable mention
are the Mesdamcs Jennie <;>os-
singer. Philip F. Thau. Carrie Ro-
sen, Sigmund Fog'.er. Trudy Ham-
erschla'T. Samuel Simonhoff and
Jacob Katzman.
A special citation foi v
years <>T dedicated and devoted
er\ ice to the Hebrew University
will receive honorable mention
Philip (lotlieh.
A "View From Mt. S-onns" will
be given bv Rabbi Leon Kronish.
A. Harold Murray, exectt've di-
rector, will co">uni'nt on local de-
ve'omnents of the American
Friends.
Happenings
Richard X. Fried-nun, presi-
dent of American Stockholders
Association, Inc., has been ap-
pointed as lecturer in law on se-
curities regulation at the Uni-
versity of Miami for the fall
term. He is a graduate of the
University of Miami and of
Georgetown Law Center.
b &
"Che Bancroft Hotel on the
oceanfront at 15th and Collins
Avenue, Miami Beach, has been
sold. Taking title is a holding
corporation headed by Milton
Khrenrcich and Miami Beach
investor Sherman Baumrind.
Just a block away from Lincoln
Road Mall, the Bancroft is a
part of the activity hub of this
celebrated resort mecca
MRS. IIUIAN KRONISH
JUDGl HERBERT SHAPIRO
opening the
fall season...
Saturday
post time 1:15
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Music by Phil Napoleon and His Memphis Five.
Racing dafly cxccpl Sundny and Tuesday,
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Palm Beach phone: 833-4016
dates Open Weekdays 10:30 a.m. Sat. 10 a.m.
General Admission: SI Grandstand, $2 Clubhouse
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Louis Gordon, Manuel Zaiac. Rabbi |
Joseph Narot.
The following past presidents-
will receive honorable mention:
Richard \bel. Charles Charcow-
sky (deceased) Jack D. Gordon,
Samuel T. Sapiro, Judge Herbert
S. Shapiro and Mrs. Oida C. Rubin.
Presenting Mr. Flshman fo the
gathering of the American Friends,
will l>e Dr. Irving Lehrman of
Temple Kmanu-Kl. Mr. Fishman
will install the officers and hoard
members of the Greater Miami
Women's Division headed by Mrs.
Leon Kronish for a second term.
Other officers and board mem-
bers include the president's cabL-
Caribbean cruise sensation
to be continued.
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now cruises into summer and bevond
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TWO P's IX A PAD: Paula Weissman and Paul Herman were
married in a twilight ceremony under a flower-bedecked gazebo at the
Eden Roc Hotel on Labor Day. Since there's no people like "Stall"
people to enjoy a simcha and create an atmosphere of "freilach." the
Charlie Welssmans (president of Beth Moshe Synagogue I and Jeanette
Herman (Sisterhood of Beth Torah Congregation board member 1
couldn't miss having a winning party in celebration of their children's
marriage. Lively locals included Eve and Herb Krugrl. Herb, Sheldon
and Jerry Lelchuk and their charming wives, and Danny and his beau-
tiful Babs Gordon. Equally outgoing out-of-towners were the Philip
Roths 1 no. not the complaining one*, of Toronto, and the entire Ben-
jamin clan from Philadelphia. Paula and Paul will return to their lovely
North Miami apartment and a well-stocked refrigerator following their
Mexican honeymoon.
FIRST ADDITION: Charlotte Horn, the charming catering di-
rector of the Eden Roc Hotel claims a "first" for the hotel, and herself,
after 15 years in the business. Lydia and Jimmy Reenlck of Miami
Beach, who were married in the Cotillion Room just two years ago,
returned to the scene, only this time Reverend Abraham Self performed
a "brith" ceremony for their beautiful baby boy, David. Once again, a
sumptuous repast and much rejoicing followed.
BEST WISHES: to Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Fleisehner, who cele-
brated their Golden Wedding Anniversary at a party arranged for them
by their cousin. Fannie Arms, at the Sea Isle Hotel. Out of towners
present at the festivities included the Fleisch-
nors' daughters. Joya Shore of California, and
Lorraine, and her husband. Dr. Lester Love,
and their two children, from Woocimere, L.I..
NY. ... to .Mrs. Elizabeth Steinbaoh. honorary
president of the Louis D. Brandeis Group of ,
the Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah. who
was feted by her children and grandchildren
in San Francisco recently, during a week-long
ration honoring her 75th birthday. High-
lighting the elaborate banquet dinners, cock-
tail parties and luncheons in Mrs. Steinbach's
honor was the showing of a composite of fam-
ily movie film dating back to 1914 and a letter
from San Francisco's Mayor Aliotto. extend-
ing official greetings on the occasion ... to :
Mrs. Ida Friedman90 years young this week
and looking forward to her "move to Miami" 1
this fall ... to Rene and Jerry Buehman
this time on the forthcoming marriage of their
son. Robert, to Ronnie Horowitz of Atlantic City. N.J. Close family
fr.end Rita Bernstein will hostess a bridal shower at the Algiers Hotel
before the families travel North for the nuptials.
CIRCLE OF LIFE: A resin, plexiglass and light painting, depict-
ing the 13 years of David Ettinger's life was created by local artist
Jean Xevlns on the occasion of his Bar Mitzvah. Sandy and Matt Efc-
linger hosted a lavish celebration honoring their son at the Eden Roc
Hotel, where they called upon 18 ("chai") nearest and dearest to un- ,
veil the work of art, and to complete David's "circle of life" thus far.
The gorgeous guests included David's brother, Danny, who entertained
with "Jewish Soul"; his sisters, Phyllis and Glenda, whose long brown
and pink dresses complemented his custom-created tuxedo; his grand-
parents, the Adolph Lepzeltera, whowe thinkkuzatzkied, sherred i
and rocked all the way to Israel the next day; the Mike Brodlea (Fed*
Station executive), the Hap Levys (Federation campaign chairman),
the Harry Smiths, the Jerry Klpnisee, Rabbi and Mrs. Alexander Grass
and about 50 of David's "very best" friends from the Hebrew Academy, i
where he is a student.
Women's League Chapters Meeting
Lincoln-Miami Beach Chapter, ] tute will officiate at a traditional
Women's League for Israel, is memorial service. The president is
Mrs. Sfeinboch
holding a meeting Wednesday at
12:30 p.m., in the meeting room
of the American Savings Bank
Bldg.. Alton and Lincoln Roads.
In keeping with the spirit of the
Frances G. Resnick.
The Florida Chapter will hold
its first meeting of the new sea-
son at 12:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept.
21, in the 1200 Auditorium of the
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Susan E. Berger,
Richard Sabreen
Married Aug. 26
The marriase of Susan Ellen
Berger and Richard Paul Sabreen
took place at Congregation Har
Tzeon. Silver Spring. Md.. Satur-
day. Aug. 26. at 9:30 p.m. and was
followed by a reception in the ban-
quet room there.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Berger of North Mi-
ami Beach, graduated from North
Miami Senior High School, re
ceived her B.A. degree from Cor-
nell University and her Master's
degree from the Johns Hopkins
School of Advanced International
Studies. She has served as a staff
aide to Sen. Birch Bayh of In-
diana and worked as a researcher
for NBC's "Meet the Press" tele-
vision program.
The bridegroom, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard Sabreen of Phila-
delphia. Pa., received his B.A. de-
gree from the University of Pen-
nsylvania and his Master's degree
from the Johns Hopkins School of
International Studies. He has
been employed by Westinghouse
Broadcasting as a national news
correspondent in the Washington
News Bureau, and is now a TV
news reporter for Miami's \VPLG-
-Tv. Ch. 10.
The bridal party included
Gloria Chaney, maid of honor:
Mrs. Susan Kamons. matron of
honor: Janice Porter. Pat Siegel
and Esther Sabreen. bridesmaids:
Robert Sabreen. best man. and
Martin Berger. Raymond Russell.
Ira Ross and Dr. Harry Hirsch,
ushers.
Mr. and Mrs. Sabreen will make
their home in North Dade when
they return from a honeymoon in
Europe.
Miami Beach Chapter Of Hadassah
Activities Scheduled Next Week
The Miami Beach Chapter of
Hadasah will hold a board meet-
ing at the Algiers Hotel at 10 a.m.
Tuesday with Mrs. Emanuel
Mentz presiding.
The chapter is sponsoring a
: paid-up membership musical fash-
' ion show at the Miami Beach
1 Auditorium Monday. Sept. 25. at i
12:."0 p.m. with fashions by Rich-1
ard- Department Store. For tick-
ets contact your group member-
ship chairman.
A number of kfairl Beach Chao-
ter of Hadassah Gro-ip? are hoi-l-
ing thc-ir tirst meetings of the
new season next week.
Prospecti'. e members of th
newly organized Mt, S opus Group
i are invited to its m^etina in the
Recreation Room of 5 Island Ave.
at 1 p.m. Tuesday; Mrs. Earle
Heron, acting president, will pre-
side.
Renanah Group will have a con-
oral meeting Tuesday at 10 a.m
in the Sea Isle Hotel. Slides on
"Apartment Living in Israel" will
be shown and refreshment? served
Triton Towers Group will meet
j Tuesday noon at the Algiers Hotel
! for an open membership and card
party. Hannah Winawer will pre-
side.
The Royal Maaaabeea Group will
, meet at the Victor Hotel at 7 p.m.'
Wednesday with Betty Fast as
guest speaker, Mrs. Irene Bim-
baum will preside.
I. R. Goodman Group will meot
Wednesday at s p.m at th<> Fi-
nancial Federal Savings & Loan
Auditorium 755 Washington Ave.
Edith Jacobson Chapter education
-hairman. will review the book.
'Th^ Me^it of Understanding."
and Boc-na Barnett
a musical prog.-a
man will preside.
a^ rnurtca] program. :
Herzi uranp v
Algiers HDtel at i "J
Sept. 26. The film -Thn p*;
the Pebble" will he ?ho.vn 'pJ.
''c/miind will preside.
Mrs. Elaine Bloom of North Mi-
ami Beach has been named
one of the Outstanding Young
Women of America lor 197Z
Her name will appear with
those of other women commu-
nity leaders in the eighth an-
nual volume of the book
named after the awards pro
gram. Mrs. BIccm has beer, ac-
!ive in the National Cc indl d
Jewish Women and numerom
^?her organizations.
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JEWISH NATIONAL FUND OF
GREATER MIAMI TO ESTABLISH
OLYMPIC MARTYRS FOREST
IN ISRAEL
September 6th, 1972
The following wire was sent to Prime Minister Colda Meir
on behalf of Jewish National Fund:
"The Jewish Nation^ Feed of Greater Miami, together with the State
tf Israel, the people of Israel and world Jewry, deeply mourns the loss
of the Olympic team which represented the host in Israeli youth.
May G-d give you strength in this hoar of bereavement end through
yes wo join Israel, the people and the State in the official mourning.
We have undertaken to establish a JNF forest in memory of the feMen
heroes. May their names be inscribed among the martyrs of Israel
ead oay Israel, the State oad the people know no sorrow for a lone
thao to come. G-d bless Israel and strengthen Israel."
Please mail your contributions for the Olympic Martyrs Forest to:
Jewish National Fund, 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, Flo. 33139, Room 353

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Friday. September 15 1972
-Jewish fhriafian
Page Mi
fTempte Emanu-EI Expands
Lehrman, Religious Schools
Tf-,,rlP K.nami-El of Miami I
l.ch lia- provided for additional
^ration in both its Lehrman
nv S:hool and afternoon and'
Cnday religious schools through a
ktematic rescheduling of both
Lyrical facilities and faculty.
[pr Irving l.chrman. rabbi of
coi oration and supervisor \
fall educational activities, praised

the school board headed by Judg)
Frederick N. Band for revising
the school programs.
Judge Herbert S. Shapiro, presi-
dent of Temple Emanu-EI. noted
that the synagogue's new fleet ol
buses is enabling additional stu-
dents from both North Dade and
Soiith Broward counties to uti'ize
the North Branch building at 727
I 77th St.. Miami Beach.
In addition, the modern class-
, room building adjacent to the
I synagogue at 1701 Washingtoi
l Ave.. has added more nurser)
1 school and kindergarten classes
j under the direction of Mis. Naomi
Brandeis.
j Mrs. Manya Bialik Dies
TEL AVIV (JTAI Funeral
Services were held Monday for Mrs.
Manya Bialik. widow of Israel's
poet laureate Ohaim Nachman
B;alik. who died Sundav at the
age of 96. She was buried at the
Old Cemetery beside the grave
of he- famous husband, whom s!ie
survived by nearly 40 years. M-.
Bialik was one of the lealei' of
the Hebrew cultural revival in
Palestine after World War I.
SI IMA RAM
Ima Rabin Engaged
|o Jeffrey E. Newman
r. and M s, Samuel J. Rabin.
;; I., announce the en-
I t of thoir daughter. Selma
i ffr y E. Newman of
|i:; N ; la'l Dr., the son of
|: .1. Hirsch of Yonk-
..i I the late Robert M.
I '
I' if Miami Bearh Sen-
liool. the bride-elect is
a student at the Uni-
I M a ni, where she will
degree next June. Her
li 11 Westchcster Com-
|iinity College and is presently
I with a local life insur-
lA June wedding is being planned.
Book Review Is Highlight
A review nf the Maria Gold'ierg
hook "My Father Sholom Alei-
ihem" by Sophie Primak will high-
I light the first Hope School for Re-
tarried Children meeting of the
season in the Montmartre Hotel
Wednesday at 11:20 a.m. Miss Pri-
j mak Is well-known for her ability
1 to brng the books -.he discusses
1 to life.
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Piincipals in the highly successful Israel
Tourist Day program at the Fontainebleau
Hotel included these national and local
Jewish community leaders. From left to right
are Mrs. Bernard Baum, Sidney Bolctin, Mr.
Baum, Mrs. Bololin, Mrs. Ru'h Dayan, Ga-
briel Kahn and Dr. Sol Stein, national presi-
dent of the Histadrut Foundation and na-
tional chairman of Histadrut Tours. The
Baums, Bolctins and Mr. Kahn dedicated
projects in Israel this summer sponsored by
the Histadrut which resulted from their col-
leclive contributions of more than 5600,000
to the Israel Histadrut Foundation. Hista-
drut Tours the Israel Government Tourist
Office and El Al Israel Airlines cosponsored
the event which launched the official cele-
bration of Israel's 25th anniversary of inde-
pendence in the United States.
i
rC^bbinical J *U
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vJewisti fhridian
Friday, Septe:~ier 15,-*J
Technion Develops A Water
Pollution Diagnosis Method
HAIFA A study of the pol-
liiVfi Alexander River near Ne-
tajiya, Israel, has resulted in the
development of a mathematical
molel which can le applied to
assess the health of other threat-
ened water courses.
Dr. Yerachmiel of the Technion
Israel Institute of Technology,
it-ported recently that his re-
search team has devised an ana-
lytical tool that permits scientists
to accurately predict the dissolved
oxygen level at any time and at
anv point along a river, once cer-
tain basic hydrologica] and pollu-
tion data have been obtained.
The level of dissolved oxygen in
the water is the most common by
accepted indicator of how badly
polluted a stream is. regardless of
the nature of the pollution, the
Technion researcher said, "It's like
a doctor getting a picture of the
gmeral condition of his patient
b> knowing his temperature, puke
and blood pressure."
The research team, working at
Technion's Leonard and Diane
Sherman Environmental Kngineer-
ing Sciences Center, obtained the
basic hydrological data at the
Alexander River its dimensions,
flow rate, water temperature, and
information on the types and qual-
ities of pollutants anywhere they
enter the stream.
This data was entered into thf
mathematical model and rur
through a computer. The result
provides an accurate picture of the
dissolved oxygen levels throughout
IhJ- stream and can be applied to
other bodies of writer.
Organic matter, either human
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or industrial waste, pollutes a
stream by consuming the oxygen
dissolved in the water. The result
is that anaerobic conditions are
created., w,hk& kills off the fish
and other marine animals and gen-
erates bad odors.
"The beauty of this mathemati-
cal model." sad Dr. Argaman. "is
that by changing any of the data !
we put into it we can simulate
changed conditions in the river!
and try out on the computer end-
less possible ways of improving I
the dissolved oxygen level without
actually having to go to the river j
end measure it each time.
"We can therefore determine
how much has to l>e done to re- ,
duce the pollution to the minimum
that is jiermissible or eliminate
it almost entirely." Dr. Argaman
continued. i
"The Alexander River is con-
Bidered Israel's least polluted ma- [
(or stream, yet it is unusable for
recreational purposes, its fish i
have died and it gives off a bad
stench.
"But the situation is not lire- !
vcrsible." said the Technion sci- j
entist. "The city of Xetanya. \
whose sewage effluent has caused
the pollution of the river, is ex-
tending and improving its treat-
ment plant, and I believe that in
time the Alexander River can be
clqsjyd ^iwami.wijL^agaiB be jj^L
"sh |
place where people can swim, fish
and picnic."
Also participating in the re-
search project, s|K>nsored by the
Israel Ministry of Health, were
Dr. Gdalyiahu Shelef and Shlomo
Alfi. a graduate student.
Technion Israel Institute of
Technology, soon to celebrate its
oOth jubilee, is Israel's oldest uni-
versity, and its only institution of
higher learning devoted fully to
the education of engineers and sci-
entists. During the 1972-73 aca-
dimic year it has an enrollment of
8.200 students, of whom 5,500 are
undergraduates and 2,700 gradu-
ates, in its 22 departments and
faculties.
Technion's total budget this
year is IL 137.5 million ($32.7
millioni. The academic staff of
more than 1.500 professors, asso-
ciate professors, senior lecturers
and instructors, teaches a curricu-
lum covering the full spectrum of
engineering and physical science
disciplines.
i Snthia Stark Engaged
To Robert I\. Lopatin
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Stark an-
nounce the engagement of their j
daughter, Cynthia Ann, to Robert
Neil Lopatin. the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Lopatin.
After fini University of South Florida, the I
bj.ic-elect is now attending Flor- j
:<1l Int rnational University in j
Sluth Miami. Her fiance, a gradu- ,
aft of the University of South
Kmrida, is now working in the
Miami area.
The wedding date has been set
for Mnv 27, 1973.
----------------------------------------------- j
'Craft Carousel' Featured
Temple Or Olom's Sisterhood
will feature a "Craft Carousel"
arts, embroidery, macrame, batik,
ceramics, needlepoint, bargellow
and rug hooking, at 8:30 p.m. i
Thursday, Sept. 21. Registration \
for classes will be available to'
Sisterhood nvmbcrs.
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Arrangements Cut Flowers Weddings
BEVERLY and NATHAN BIERMAN
692 N.E. 167th Street 947-2322
A Happy New Year To All .
CRESCENT FRAMING CO.
Wholesale and Manufacturers
1922 N.E. 151st Street, N. Miami Beach, Fla. 33162
Phone: 305 949-3002
Mouldings Framed Pictures Imported Frames
Custom Framing Glass Mirrors
A Happy New Year To All .
DIXIE FURNITURE CO.
26921 SOUTH DIXIE H'GHWAY
PHONE 247-2108
A Happy New Year To All .
5733 1972
REALTY of HOMESTEAD
Acreage Homes Investments
Matt Civilette
379 N. Krome Avenue 248-4621
A Happy New Year To All .
SEA VIEW INDUSTRIES
1677 W. 31st Place, Hialeah
Phone 822-1200
A Happy New Year To All .
D'AVILA
576 NORTHWEST 28th STREET, MIAMI
Phone 633-5271
A Happy New Year To All .
PHIL ABRAMS JEWELERS
Seybold Bldg., Miami 371-8525 37'-8524


Somber 15 1972
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UNDER THE STRICT AND CONSTANT LOCAL RABBINICAL SUPERVISION Of RABBI TIBOR H. STERN
TISHRI 10th DAY
5733
n^ -** MONDAY SEPT. 18th
llW El 1972
Jhanks Jo our i^/rlanu j~riends and C-customers
for their patronage, may we wish xjou ana \tour family
tentment, good health, and the fulfillment oj if our
deepest wish in life.
con
In Observance of Yom Kippur All Food Fair Kosher Markets
Will Be Closed Monday, September 18th
WE URGE YOU TO DO YOUR SHOPPING EARLY
SO THAT WE MAY SERVE YOU BETTER
KASHRUTH SUPERVISION
REV. JACOB B. KATZ, Ass't Director
REV. WILLIAM SHULMAN
2,10
WHOLESALE KOSHER MEAT AND POULTRY WAREHOUSE
Sales Managers: SUNNY and JACK
DEPARTMENT MANAGERS
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Friday, September 15
13721
Hugh Flax
Bar Mitzvah
Hugh Douglas, son of M\ and
Mrs. Theodore Flax, will become
Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday, Sept.
16. at Temple
Kman-.i-El.
Hugh grari"-
ated from the
Lehrman D a \
School in June,
and received the
Certificate
of Achievement
for all around
excellence. H e
now attends the
Hebrew Acad-
emy.
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, S:;>t.
16. at Temple F.manu-F.l.
Hugh graduated from the T. hr-
man Day School in June and re-
ceived the Certificate of Achieve-
ment for all-around excellence. He
now attends the Hebrew Aca-
demy.
The celebrant will be honored
with a Kiddush following the
1 rvicea and a reception at the
Doral Beach Hotel.
Mrs, Mildred Bender, his grand-
mother, will attend the event.
CHARLES LEVIN
Charles, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Levin, will observe his
Bar Mitzvah at Beth Torah Con-
gregation. Saturday afternoon.
St pt. 16
Charles, a student in the Pie-
Confirmation class of Beth
Torah's Harold Wolk Religious
School attends John F. Kennedy
Junior High School.
The guests will include Mr. and
.Vr.s. Raymond Levin of Miami
Beach and Mrs. David Yateman
of Baltimore, Md.
ft fr #________I
Memorial Services
Held For Victims
A group of Christian clergy and '
community leaders held a bo!< mil
memorial service in the memory
of the Israeli athletes a"d other'
victim-; killed in Munich. Germany
during the Olympics at the M'ami
Beach Community Church last
Friday morning.
Clergymen officiating at the nv<
morial service included Dr. R
Wiley Scott, senior minister if
the Miami Beach Community
Church; Rabbi Irving Lr*irman.I
spiritual leader of Temole Fm-vnu-
El, and Monsignor Joseph O'Shea.
St. Joseph's Catholic Church.
The Florida Region of the Na-
tional Conference of Christians ,
and Jews, Inc., served as an ad- |
visor for the memorial servlC"
which was open to the public of
all faiths.
The Florida Board of Governors
of the NCCJ issued a statement
decrying the outrageous k;llings
carried out by members of t*v ]
Black September movement a- I
urged all citizens of the world to
redodieate themselves to the com-
mon heritage of all mankind
the brotherhood of man uni >r the
Fatherhood or God: and to prav
and work coMcctively for a re-
vitalization to this concent.
Rabbi Tibor Stern of M"am;
Be;i;h. who was in t'>" Soviet
Union last month, roorte^ that n
kaddish service for th 11 fccae'l
athtletes was held in the Moscow
Choral Synagogue.
"Men of conscience m,,ct not ;
remain silent in the face of th's
latest act of cold-blooded m'"d""i
by Arab terrorists," declared B"ir-
ton Young, chairman of the Exec- j
utive Committee of the Flo,-:da 1
Board of the Anti-Defamation i
League of B'nai B'rith. in com-
menting on the terrorist attack j
against the Israeli Olympi? team ;
in Munich.
"The searing shock, anger and I
deepest sorrow that manv pooo,< 1
share today should be arti'-ulatH 1
lopenly through ca'ls for in*erna-1
tional sanetions against Arab tr-|
rorists and tho?e nations whi^h 1
harbor them or their representa-
tives." he said.
Young called unon local opinion |
molders clergjinen. bujinc* j
leaders and exass roots Am^'ranc
to 'let their voices be hea'-d
against Arab teTor+sm. which is
an outraee to the conscience of
..- civilized peggifcl. ^ %.
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September 15 1972
* Jewish ihricfiaun
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[oward Brill To Serve As
llanager For Isralom Firm
,,,,.[.,. I Homes and Real
L Corp. ration Ltd., has ap-
Ll Howard Brill, a fourth-
HOWAKD BRILL
Lration Sabra, to head its of-
fat 420 Lincoln Rd.. Miami
fch, Suite 505. He will serve as
manager of Florida and the South-
eastern states for the firm, which
can provide a largo selection of
homes, apartments or residence
clubs for those seeking housing in
Israel.
A native of Jerusalem, Mr. Brill
was educated in Tel Aviv and Lon-
don, he majored in languages,
business administration, banking
and real estate. Shortly after
Fearl Harbor, he volunteered to
serve in the U.S. Army, and be-
cause of his background and
knowledge of the Middle Last,
was assigned to the U.S. Intelli-
gence Corps, serving in North
Africa and the Middle Last.
Mr. Brill became president of
the U.S. and Foreign Export Co.,
Inc.. in New York City in 1946, a
position which led him into inter-
national real estate, including
hotels, apartment and condom-
inium buildings and large tracts of
land.
Mr. Brill has been associated
with Pilz's Dizengoff Centre in Tel
Aviv, an affiliate of Isralom. since
its inception, and comes to Miami
directly from Tel Aviv.
Cancer Nursing Seminars To Be Held Sept. 27-28
"The Chal- tiied nurses as well as persons em-
)ahlia To Be Featured In
'Florida Salutes IsraeV
lahlia, Miss Israel," will be
I of the many artists and sing-
from Israel participating in

DAHLIA
Salutes Israel" con-
I at S:.T0 p.m. Sun-
II the Miami B
lagler K-C Sets
Records During
pmmer Session
' Kennel Club dosed
on its -12nd meet Sept.
''"1 handle and attend-
f flgur showed that the Mi-
had Just completed
[second nest run in its long and
JitiRUkhed history.
Total mutuel hand'e for the
et._wh-ch started Mav 5 came
K5.147015 lust slightly be-
f the $66,934,102 reco-d-d lnst
whon the state established a
0 anfl national mark for grey-
ants.
ttendanee for the summer ses-
*0 794. and th" third be=t
f"e reeortod in F!a Hit Fin record* durtno; the lOi-div
1 including S68.82 nor canita
m" ruarks; largest single-da^'
''"l handle: largest mutuel
e on one race; more million.
r days than ever before re-
1 in one meeting flour); lare-
Wn nayoff of all time, and
wins ever by a contract
It
Paeler's fall meeting began on
5. the day fol'owing the close
Tn summer session.
Dahlia, who represented Israel
in the Miss Universe contest sev-
eral years ago, is known both here
and in Israel as the "Spirit of
Israel." She has entertained in
many countries, but has concen-
trated her recent efforts in Miami
Beach, making Israel songs and
entertainment available to both
tourists and residents.
The concert, produced and di-
rected by Shmuel Fershko, will
highlight th 25th anniversary of
the State of Israel. Also on the
bill are Aris San and his group,
Sara Aviani and the Yemenite
Trio, and others.
Tickets may he obtained at tbo
Jewish National Fund office. 420
Lincoln Rd., Room 353.
B'nai Raphael
Sisterhood To
Install Slate
The Sisterhood of Congregation
; !'.a| ha< i will install its new
officers and board of din tors
Thursday, Sept. 21, at its first
meeting of the new season. The
ceremonies will begin at 8:30 p.m.
;n the synagogue, l KM N\V 183rd
St.
Taking the oath of office will
be Mrs. Stuart Wagner, who is
s, i \ Ing her second term as presi-
dent; Mrs. Howard L. Hartman,
circle vice president; Mrs. Allan
Nlrenberg. wavs and means vice
president; Mrs. Joel Laube, mem-
bership vice president; Mrs.
Kmanuel Brown, cultural vice
president; Mrs. Rudy Mann, hoi'so
activities vice president; Mrs. Nat
Wilenskv, recording secretary;
Mrs. Bob Friedman, financial sec-
retary, and Mrs. Stanley Drillick,
ti assurer.
Serving on the board of direc-
tors for the coming year will be
Mrs. Stewart Samuels, Mrs. Shel-
ley Willis. Mrs. Irving B'.eiweiss
Mrs. Harry Hausman, Mrs. Herb
Steinberg. Mrs. Hy Schutzer. Mrs
Nat Greene. Mrs. Joe Berman,
Mrs. Ruth Weber. Mrs. Ken
Greenterg, Mrs. Manny Rosen-
berg, Mrs. Jack Lerner, Mrs.
Donald Hershey. Mrs. Rernice
Felerstadt. Mrs. Alex Jaret, Mrs.
Murray Ignal, Mrs. William Lip-
kin, Mrs. Harvey Berger. Mrs.
Paul Breslow, Mrs. Chester Gel-
ler, Mrs. Ben Shapiro, Mrs. Ben
Freimark, Mrs. Joseph Saper-
stein, Mrs. Edward Goldberg and
Mrs. Ralph Resnick.
Two seminars on
lenge of Cancer Nursing" will be
sponsored by the American Can-
rer Society; Districts 5 and 28.
Florida Nurses Association; Divi-
sion 9, Licensed Practical Nurse
Asso iation, and the South F!or-
ida Continuing Education Task
Forci here th!s month, according
to Ml) l 'am (! R ss, associate
ii nursing at the Univer-
tj If Miami, chairman,
man.
The first workshop will be held
in the auditorium of St, Sophia
1 Greek Oi thodox Church. 24-1 SW
24th Rd.. Wednesday, Sept. 27;
the program will be repeated the
following day at Mount Sinai
Medical Center.
In accordance with the Ameri-
can Cancer Society's long-stand-
ing policy, there is no registration
fee, but both active duty and re-
Round Town
David Stern and his wife. Ofra,
announce the birth of their son,
Iton, in Jerusalem. David is in
his last year of law school at the
Hebrew University; Ofra grad-
uated from H-U just a few days
before the birth of the baby.
Proud grandparents are Mr. and
.Mrs. Jerome Stern of Miami.
k & tt
Mrs. Bessie Gibber, president
of Auxiliary 330, JWV. attended
the Jewish War Veterans na-
tional convention in Houston,
Tex., and then went to visit her
son, Philip, daughter-in-law, Er-
ma, and grandchildren Jere, Erie
and Joel. (Philip, a Commander
in the U.S. Navy for the past 18
years, is a graduate of Miami
Roach Senior High School and
the Massachusetts Institute of
Technology. Mrs. Gibber is
spending the Jewish holidays in
London with her family, and will
return to Miami Beach late this
month.
Among the local residents at-
tending the 45th annual national
convention of the Jewish War
Veterans of the U.S.A. recently
in Houston. Tex., recently were
Auxiliary members Mrs. Mai-
Vina Freeman, of Hollywood, a
past national president; Bath
Niigler, past president of Auxil-
iary 743. and Baas Gopnuui, De-
partment of Florida musician.
a a
Sen. Abraham Ritiimff 'r>.
Conn, i and his bride, the for-
mer Lois Matties of Miami
Reach, were -een at the Embers
recently. The new M's. !'.":
a trustee of Mount Sinai Medi-
cal Center, made her Washing-
ton debut this week at a Sen-
ate v.i.es funet on,

-e th trae 'dy, Milton
<;--r i->.....>' fr m Mun' '1 th-t
the highlight of the Olympic
i;.; ., i. ...:,. the opi ni' dav cre-
. it v ..- i thr'll, h sal I,
to ee the Israeli tam carrying
th Star if Da'id fa".
ployed in allied medical fields are
urged to register before the end
of this week.
Guest lecturers will include
Virginia Barckley, the Cancer
Society's national nursing consult-
ant," representatives from "Reach
to Recover." .'.nil the local I.ar;n-
~ectoniee Club, a therapist in the
-istonv.' field, representatives from
the Visiting Nurses Association, a
ni ml r of physicians and special-
sts in radiation therapy and
!, mothi rapy.
Further details may be secured
'rom the Cancer Society's patient
j w ice dc >artment.
MRS. BR0NNY TROY
and her Daughters
DONNA AMD REYNA
wish to thank their many friends
for their comfort and condolences
at the untimely passing of their husband and father
MEYER TROY

GREAT ARTISTS SERIES
Presents
Daniel
BARENBOIM
Israeli Pianist
"One of the world's Master Artists" Esquirt
SUNDAY, OCT. 15, 1972 8:30 P.M.
Tickets $6.50 $5.00
Temple Beth Sholom Auditorium
4144 Chase Avenue, Miami Beach
Tel. 538-7231
Also: Allegro Music House, Coral Gables
Miami Beach Radio Co., Lincoln Rd.
MRS. MAURICE A. SAGER
and family wish their relatives
and friends a Happy New Year
Anyone residing in area
who was a former inmate of
AUSCHWITZ
1944-45 (K2)
is asked to call534-2890.
ATTORNEYS!
ATTENTION
TOR MESSENGER Ax ViCt
x jvi* i fit11 k>ractualr>
solicits your legci? notices
We appreciate your pa-
tronage and guarantee ac
curate service at ideal
rates.
Dial 373-4605
FOR THE JEWISH TEEN-AGER
Turn on to
"JUDAISM 73"
at the
HEBREW AND JUDA1CA HIGH SCHOOL
of the
CENTRAL AGENCY FOR JEWISH EDUCATION
in conjunction with the Congregations
and Jewish Youth Organizations
of the Greater Miami community
MODERN ISRAEL! HEBREW JEWISH MYSTKISM
THE PROPNETS AS PROTESTORS SUPERHER0ES IN JEWISH HISTORY
B'BLE ISRAEL AND JEWISH YOUTH THE HO10CAUST
AM YtSRAEl CHAI RUSSIAN JEWRY ULPAN HEBREW
ISRAEL: SINGING AND DANCING
WEEKEND RETREATS
. and many others
Classes meet in branches throughout the country.
GRADUATES OF THE HEBREW DEPARTMENT ARE ELIGIBLE FOR
SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHING LICENSES.
Register by calling the High School office, 751-2205
4200 Biscayne Boulevard
CENTRAL AGENCY FOR JEWISH EDUCATION
Member Agency of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
HERBERT ZVI BERGER
Executive Director
ABRAHAM J. GITTEIS0N
Associate Executive Director
RABBI SH'MON AZULAY
High School Coordinator


Fage 14-B
*Jen-isfi fhrktian
Friday. September 15,
Text Of Aug. 23 Knesset Speech
Continued From Page 6-8
the struggle of the entire Jewish people. This Struggle is rooted in the solidarity of the
entire Jewish people. This struggle is rooted In the solidarity at the Jewish people and
all the content and essence of the emergence of the Jewish state is bound up in it. It is
one struggle, one front. We ask for the solidarity and support of all those who loathe
bondage and serfdom because this conspiracy is directed against basic human freedom.
And indeed a wave of protest has spread throughout the world. Amongst peoples
and in countries in every continent not excluding enlightened circles amongst the So-
iet tjcople. And it is no wonder that the soul of every man and woman in Israel, in the
Jewish people and the entire enlightened world, is filled with anger and demands that
the disgraceful ransom be abolished. That those of our people who wish to emigrate be
allowed to do so without paying a ransom, without discrimination, without a price list
ami without selection on the basis of education and property.
Members of the Knesset.
I feel duty bound in the name of the Knesset and the people of Israel to say a
word of encouragement to our brothers who are direetlv affected, both to them and
their families and to all those who are hit and will be hit by the penalty of this mur-
derous decree. We are with you. We shall not forsake our obligation as Jews and
human beings to fight alongside you and to enlist all |>ossible public support until the
decree is cancelled. You have proved your spiritual endurance and your longing for
Zion. and we are confident that you will also have trust in us ami in the Jewish people.
Your just struggle which has enjoyed and will continue to eniov the support of
public opinion throughout the world has borne fruit in the past and shall do so in the
future. Your struggle will lx> as pure as it is just.
Chief Rabbi Under Poliee Protection
COPENHAGEN UTA) -Denmark's Chief Rata i Beni
i-hior has been under police protection since Saturdaj .'hen ha
cieved an anonymous telephone call wanting him his life ,..'"
danger. The warning came immediately alt r th,.
Ms appeal to the Danish government to recall its ambassadors
Arab countries supporting Palestinian terrorist?.
fcJ
Obituaries
COHEN
m svv lint si
Tl ui She >>:>!
maili her l> >m? In M ml for Ihi
piml i" yean coming from New Vi rk
i ', Mrs. Cohen \*;i* ; past prettl-
HoHpital AwMielatlon She iva
aim a member f th.- National Ccnin-
, il of Jewieh Women and Templi
I I.-,. I Slxterh.....I Hek>vd wife of
Hi,, late Harold Cohan, devoted
mother "f lr. Wllllajn <.'<>hi-n New York City, Bar! Cohen of Coral
rtahlen, dear Ulster "f Rpberl Roa-
Ihal < Waahlngton, D.C and Mr*
jane Hlnmhbertrr "f New York
City, darling grandmother "f four
grandehllddren. Hervloen were held
Monday :it Qordog KuTl-r;il Horn*'
with Interment in .\it. Nebo Ceme-
tery.
HOLTZMAN
Nathan, >>r r.: J l Pine Tree Dr., .MIL
panned away Wedneaday, Sept. :. A
renldent here Rlnce I9S7, romlnsr
from Jamlaea Batatea, NY. Sur-
vived by widow, l-oretta, s>m Frank-
lin, daughter Iris, sim-in-iuw Mi-
chael llyman. grandann David, sis-
ter Kva Pinnker of New \<>vk ami
brother Harry (f Hnliinvr\ Mil.
Pounding father '>f Htllcreat Jewlah
center of New York) a member f
Temple Beth Sholom Congregation,
St .i"hn~ Lode;* ui Daltlmore, Mahl
Tfmiilt- "f Miami, charter member
cf Miami Beach Shrine club, Miami
Connistory, Miami Deach Klks. the
New fork Jewelern Benevolent Bo-
clety, ilw Lincoln Rd. Merchanl
Ouild a.nl the Miami Beach Chamber
of Commerce, Bervlceii were held
Friday at Riveralde Memorial Chap-
el, 12."," Normandy Itr. with Inter-
ini'ni in LakeRlde Uomorlal Park.
HIRSCHFIELD. Ifr-rlili
A ire., i 'oral i lablef Oori
m nl 31 I I '. id.
KIRSCHENBAUM, Rn lit i
Euclid Ave Mi'.. Rlver> "!
SILVERSTEIN. Nathan, ".;. ..f Miami
Vi tf man
ROSENBERG l.-l.r I., BS, i......
s W. till Ave tlordon. Interment
Stai of I'd Id,
TUCKMAN. I .uis, JR. .,f Mil
lllverwlile Intermetll Ml X. ho
weinberg. Hrmaui, 81, Iftsoo \ \v'.
13th Ave Rlanherg
balsham. s. intaon, <:. of North
.Miami. Rlvernide, luL-rmcit Mt.
Neho.
brown. Abraham, t:>. il'hi iTih Bt.,
.\1 i: Riveralde.
GREENBERG, Becky, :. "f Mil.
I; i v .i- i. I.
GREENBERG. Many. !'7. -f Coral
Cable* Riveralde
HALPERN. Loula -M >". ,,f N.M.B.
Riveralde.
losak, William, 78, i""i Pennsyl-
vania Ave M.B. Riveralde.
' nonkin, Leah, >;:.. 16450 .Miami Dr.
Levitt.
ROSS. Max. TT. 2075 N.i:. l4Ul Si
Riveralde.
VALLILLO, DavM, TS. K'.O Washing-
ton Ave., M.B. Riveralde.
weinstein. TUlle, so. s-,r, Jeffer-
son Ave., M n Riveralde.
CHERNICK. JoBpph TS. Sll Jeffcraon
.\m- Ml! Riveralde
FEIBELMAN, Edith Harris, of Miami.
Hiv.isid.-
feldheim, Bather, si, ,,r \\ it
Riveralde. Interment Mt, Neho
goldfisher, Abraham, 76, ..f M.B.
Riverside.
hershkowitz. Loula M.. I", "f
N.M.B. Riveralde. i
lenler. Jennie, BE, t^ CblHna Avo.,
M.B, Riveralde,
What is
"kapotar"
NEUMAN. Theodore, 71, 18710 N.B.
Mih Ave N" M I! Riveralde.
schmeitzner. Oreta, 7:t. tTtr,
Itinrrltz I>r.. Mil Hiv.isid.
SIMPSON. Sam, si;, inn Lincoln ltd ,
M.H. Blaaberg
slavin. Mildred <:.. S3, formeri] "f
Mil. Riveralde Interment Mt.
Nebo.
DUNNE. 'rvhiK. 7. of Miami.
,Wu mall.
HECHT. Barney IV.. S5, of N..M B.
Riveralde. Interment Mi. Sinai.
LONDON. "Mln. 78, HI S.K. nrrl St.
Riveralde.
TATARSKY. loaeph, ''I. ..f M.B.
Newman. Iiilrrmi-nt .Ml. Sinai.
gRiEDMAN, Sophia A.. :,!. of H.dly-
wo LEVY, Arthur, .f Miami. Newman.
ROSEN. Jean, 78, "f N.M.B.
Riveralde.
8HULER. Mary. 8*. ''-"- Harding
Aviv. .Mil. NeWOMUI.
smith. Rebecca, 7", of M.B,
Riveralde
weissman. Prieda, 7J, lltn H
Venetian Way. Levitt.
ABEND. Morris, 71, KM i'.,lliii' Ave.,
Surfslde. Newman
BLUMENTHAL. Harry I.., 78, "f
Miami. Riverside
ESSNER. Loula. iik. Jgoi s \v. 15th
st Gordon. Interment ML Slnal.
Litstadt. George, 7!', 7:i" Pennsyl-
vania Av<\. M.i'.. Newman
MEYEROWITZ. Benjamin, IS68 Penn-
sylvania Ave., M B Oordon
RUDA. Bella, 75, 1025 Alton Rd., M.B.
I.evil I
TEPPER. Murrii) (Morris), ''. -f S.
.Miami. Itlvvralde. Interment Mi.
Nebo.
CAHANE, Benjamin, 7::. i>( Holly-
wood, Riverside.
FOGEL. Jack, :s. 77.-. x W. 13th Ave.
(Jordon.
HALPERN, Michael, 7:'. 17'.; Collins
At,... M.B Gordon.
KANTER, Harry, M, ol Baj Harbor
Island Ml rslde
PILAT, Alexander s 7".. ..i U B,
Rlvi i' hi.-.
SCHACK. Harry, *; of Miami Itlver-
Ide Interment -Mi Sinai
SIGMmis. iiuih. 63, 1S Colllnl Ave.,
M B. Gordon.
SOBEL, Hyman, HOI N. Bayshore
l)v. N.i ni in.
WOHLGEMUTH i lalHl fine Ma. 81,
..I Al l: Riveralde
ALEXANDER, Samu.-I. Sf,. I-.-:, Co|.
Ims ,\\ m. i: Rlveraldi
BERNSTEIN. Mlltoll ii'i. I.IJ.",:. Arch
irc.k Ter.. North Miami River-
GINANDES. [ena, 78, I MO Ocean Dr.,
..: I' i,v.. .id.
Palmer's
Miami Monument Company
3279 S.W. 8th Street, Miami
444-0921 444*922
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Personalized Memorials Custom
Crafted In Our Own Workshop.
A "kapota" i.s a long black out-
er-garment \vh:rh may he seen
worn today by Hasidim of Polish
and Russian lineage. This word is
probably a Slavic word generally
meaning to imply such a garment.
Apparently it was the kind of Rai-
ment which nohleman of Poland
and Russia used to wear.
i
Somehow, when he general
population of these Slavic conn- ',
tries discarded these kind of gar- |
menl.s, the pious Jews, especially
the Hasidim, retained these gar-
ments as a symbol of dignity and
distinction from the general popu-
lation.
Instances are known when the
hostile government, under which
Jews often lived in those times,
attempted to coerce the Jews into
shortening and changing their
mode of dress and these Jews re-
sisted the measure.
It is said in the name of Rabbi
Pint-has of Koretz that this is the
type of garment in which a pious
.Ti w should go to the synagogue,
or go to meet with an important
personage, so as to stand out in
distinction from the general |>opu-
lat:on. This implies that there is
sometimes a resistance on the
part of some pious Jews to adopt
the change of dress that develops
v itli style. The reason is probably
that many changes in dress often
imply a lowering of the standards
of morality.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HK1IKHY OIVBN that |
ihi- underaiirned, riVsirlnit to encase in
huHiii<.KK unhkr thi> fictitious name if
IMPROVKMKXT BOOKS COMPANY
at IS4B0 N.W. 4r,th Avenue, Opa-
Locka, Pla. laUnida to r.-Kistor .said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
<-.uri o'Bade County, Florida.
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By: Manuel Greenland, president
9/8-H-22-29
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invites i/oi* to attend
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Sunday, Sept. 17,1972|
vonduvtvd hi]
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BETH TORAH CONGREGATION
10:15 A.M.
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
11:00 A.M.
For Further Information
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Esy. September 15 1972
*Jmist> HerMKSHn
Page 15-B
IEGAI NOTKE
LEGAL NOTKE
LEGAL NOTKE
Id nnm
i, rruil Court
Ms.
of Dade County,
*-.,, rv, ruminating, int.
., i i.i Corp.
t/it 9/1-8.-18
7r COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
AND PO DADE COUNTV.
FLORIOA IN PROBATE
No 72-4313
Frank B. Dowlmg
li- Eat*.....'
1 a D MORRISON.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Creditor* and All Persons Hav-
|r..,ms r Demands Against Said
li re hereby notified nnd requir-
' (Mcnl anj claims and demands
Ih'-vti m.cy have against the e*-
1 JFNII'S D. MORRISON de-
iltl. ,.i Dade County, Florida.
County Judges of Dade County.
the auine In duplicate and aa
,,^.d In Section 733.16. Florida
u-.- in their offices In the Coun-
SurthoUM in Dade County. Flo-
nitbln six ah-mlar months from
I ol ih. rirst publication here-
he nunf "ill be barred.
,u at .Miami. Florida .this 2"rd
MigUSt, A.D. lWt
ULKIRK II. MORRISON
Aa Ailniinistratrlx
pobllcatl.....I this notice on
i .- ,i1( ..i September, 1972.
\ H 811 IONER, ESQ.
(or Administratrix
.. i; was Suite 7M
I... !' [>i i.i.i 33134
I I-8-1S-M
r-E COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
I'. AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-3416

:. ,K SIMNDKI.,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
,i All Persons Hnv- '
11. in.mil.- Agatnsl Bold
notified and requir- |
. nn.i clalma and demand*
| vi m I nve against the < -
PAI'LINK SIMNDKI. deceas-
. of Dade County, Florida, to
ountj Judges of Dade County.
It the same In duplicate mid an |
i,|.,l hi Section 733.10, Florida'
u'.,. in their offices in th.- Coun- ;
ourthouse In Dade County. Flo-
i-.-.hin mi calendar months from
Ime of ill, first publication here-
r ih,- Mini,' will be barred.
id at Miami, Florida, this 23rd
A Augu-i. A li 1972.
JOSH KKPHL'N
As Administrator
-t publication of this notice on
1st day ol September, Itll
|11 REPHI'N
mey for Administrator
1Vahlngioi Avenue,
Beach, Florida S81S9
9'l-S-15-22
l'.iTO. has til,-,I ill,- Mini,- in my offil ,-.
and has made application for a tax
deed to be letiued thereon. Said Cer-'
tificate embraces the following de-
.icribed property in the County ol
Dade. State of Florida, to-wlt:
Lots i to ', in.- Block 67. Lights
Reaub ol Blk 87. Flat Book 12
Page '">. Section 18, Township 83
South. Range 41 Fast, in the
County of Dade, State or Florida
This deed will be Issued subject to
all other outstanding delinquent City
of Hialeall taxea and liens.
The assessment of said property
under the Bald certificate was in tin
name of: Clara J Shaffer
Unless said certificate shall he re-
deemed according to law, the prop-
erty described herein will be sold to
the highest bidder for cash at tin*
Courthouse door on the first Monday
In the month of October. IMS, which
Ih the 2nd day of October, 1M8,
Dated thin 18th day of August. 1972.
K. H. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida.
Ity l. F. tiuldstrund, D.C.
Circuit Court Seal
___________________________f-i-8-i.-.-:?
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 71-6297
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
IN UK: Ksta.....f
BETA MAY UEBCHBR
Deceased,
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
filed my Final Report and Petition for
Distribution and Final Dlacliarge na
Executor ..f the estate of RET A MAY
HEECHER, deceased; and that on the
19th das "i September, 1972, "ill ap-
ply to ilo- Honorable County Judges
of Dade County, Florida, for approval
of >:ti,l Final lte|Krl and for diatribu-
lion and fhinl discharge as Executor
of the estate ..f the pbove-nnmed de-
cedi nt. This isth day ol August
1972.
HENRY NORTON
HENRY NORTON
Attorne)
iii'i. Btscayne Building
Miami. Florida 33180
________________S'2." ft -1 -t-is
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under ihe fictitious name of
DORAL PAVING at 2181 W. Flagler
Street. Miami. Florida intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Cin-ult Court of Dade County. Plot -
Ida.
ALCOA PAVING, INC .
a Florida corporation
by MKU'KL. ALVAREZ, President.
t-1-8-16-23
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 72-18863
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
in Re The Marriage Of:
EDWARD A HOOVER, Husband
and BHERRY MARIE IKm.\ QR,
wife.
TO: SHERRY MARIE HOOVER '
c/o Bmmett Robinson
Route No. 1
Box 589
Wilni.e. Alabama
YOU ARE HEREBY
Petition for Dissolulio
has been filed against
are hereby required t.
lotlfled thai a
of Marrlagt
you, and y
sen
u
copy
of your answer or other pleading to
the Petition on the Husband'* at-
torney, LESTER ROGERS, whoae ad-
dress is 1484 N.W. 17th Avenue,
Miami. Florida 33138, and file the
original with the Clerk of the above
styled court, on or before the 20th day
of October, ItTS, or a Default will be
entered against you.
DATED this uth day of September.
IVIt,
K. ll. LEATRERMAN
CUrU of the Circuit Court
By: C. P. COPELAND
(Circuit Court Seal)
t/15-22-29 in ;
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
JtlTiri: IS HEREBY GIVEN that
patderslgned, desiring to engage in
ess under the fictitious name of
HEN'S MEDICAL CENTER &
KII.Y PLANNING SERVICES at
'. Flagler Street. Miami. Fin. In-
to register said name with the
of the Circuit Court of Dade
Florida.
IL'R NKl.l.ow HEKSON II D.O.
erg & Bodne
ys fur applicant
Flagler Street
ii. Florida
*/2."> 9/1-8-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underaipn.il. desiring to engage 1"
business under Ihe fictitious name of
O & P TIRF. at I0M E. 27th Street.
Hlaleah, Fla. intend to register said
name with the clerk of the Circull
Court of Dade County. Florida.
EMILIANO GARCIA
ERODES PR1ETO
9/15-22-29 l" t;
limeys
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
IgDdendgned, dc-slrlng to enguge
easiness under the fictitious name
18EMANAIUO CANDII.EJAK at
B.W. Jtth Avenue. Miami, Fla. in-
to -regh)ter said name with the
"f the Circuit Court of Dade
i'iy. Florida.
ltOUKRTO EOCE8
9/8-13-22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
I NAME LAW
fOTICE IS HEREBY OTVBN that
Baderaigoed, desiring to engage
|aisiitvs under the fictitious name
THE RBCURITT TIMES at Dade
|nty. fla. intends to register said
with the Clerk of the Circuit
I" of Dade County. Florida.
| PRIVATE INTELLIGENCE
SERVICE. INC.
Florida corporation
[wy Efronson
Prney for applloant
Ainaley lilils.
|mi, Fla.
!i/lo-22-2 10/6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BUSING COMPANY" at 3M N.E. l"8th
Street, Miami, Fla. Intend to register
aald name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
ROBERT BUSING
BERNTECR B. BUSING
Marx K. Faber
Attorney for applicants.
90f, Ainsley Bid*.
Miami, Fla.
|/16-t3-29 IV'6
|N0TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Tlrr. is HEREBY ai\"EN that
erslgaed, desiring to enauge in
ness undur the fictitious name of
'; IN) COURT BOUTIQUES at
Blsrayns Boulevard. North Mi-
ne, intend to retrlater aald name
me t-lerk of thu Circuit Court of
i,uT'ly' ^'orida.
~ IN) COURT BOUTIQUES,
INC.
1 Florida corporation
9/15-22-29 10/tt
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY" GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious nnme of
PEDIATRIC ASSOCIATES. I'. A. at
7lirtl S.W. 87th Avenue, Miami. Fla.
Intend to regiater aald name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida. ___
DRS STEMERMAN. BROWN AND
LA2ARU8
PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION
Bparber, Zemel. Roskin &
Hellbninner P. A.
Attorneys for applicants
lot) N Bisonyne Boulevanl
Miami. Fla.
8/15-SS-M i" 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. 72-18339
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in RE: The Marriage or
LOUIS GOLDLBAP,
Husband,
anil
BETTY QOLDLEAF,
Wife.
TO: HETTY GOLDLEAF
224-20 Klngsbury Avenue
Flushing New York I RIM
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED lhat
an action for Dissolution ol Marring,
hns been filed ngnir-al you nnd you
nr. reiiulreil t,. serve li copj of yout
written defenses, If any, i" ii on
PAUL KWITNEY, nttorni-y for Petl-
.....i.i. whoae address la KWITNEY'
A KROOP, 120 Lincoln Road, Suite
512, Miami Bench, Florida 33139, and
file the original with the clerk ol the
above styled court on or before Octob-
er IV. IOT2: otherwise ;i ib'fallll Will
be entered against v,,u for the relief
demanded in the complaint "i peti-
tion.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLOR1D1AN.
WITNESS my hand and the s.;,l
of said court at Miami. Florida on
this ttth day of September. 1!'7^
K. It. l.BATHBRMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By: I- SNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circull Court Seal i
PAUL KWITNEY
KWITNEY & KROOP
-iij.i Lincoln RoadSuite '!-
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Attorney for Petitioner
538-73TS .
: 15-22-29 l" h
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TfiE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
No. 72-18558
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In Re: The Marriage Of:
PABLO PIM1KNTA. husband and
ROSALIA PIMIENTA. wife
TO: ROSALIA PIMIENTA
BlueField. Nicaragua
YOU ARE HEREBY notified that a
Petition for Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed against you. and you
are hereby required to serve a copy
of your answer or other defense or
pleading to the VtUkmon *"
hand's Attorney. LBflTBR.B00""?-
ESQ.. whose address Is 14..4 N..
17th Avenue. Miami, Honda. .1
and file the original with th.
of the above styled court, on or
fore the 20th day of Bet, If.-.
Default will he entered against
DATED this 9th day of Sept..
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: P.. If, KISSEE
(Circuit Court Seal)
J/15-SJ-29 10,'b
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-4449
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate ol
ALBERT Gl 11.1'MAN
I le. eased.
To All Creditors aid All P.-rsons H;,v-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereb) notified and r,--
quired to pies, nt any clalma ami de-
mands which you may have agalnsl
th. estate of Al.l.KK'l OOIJ>MAN
d.eeased late of Dade County, Florida,
lo ihe County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate a.id Ra
provided In Seetion ;:::: 18, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
iv Courthouse in Dad.- County. Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of Die first publication here-
of, or the same will he barred.
Dated nt Miami, Florida, this ::i
dB3 of August. A.D. 1971.
NORMAN K. GOLDMAN
SYDELL E. DKCHTER
ROSE M. OOLDMAN
As Co-Executors
I'irsi publieution of this noli,, on
the xth day of Soptomber, 1972.
Joseph Scbmier
Attorney for Estate
HO.". Lincoln Road
.Miami Beach. Fla Mlf,!!
9/8-1S-22-29
- i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-4284
In RE: Estate of
ANN SI DDENDORF
iv.eease.l.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All lYrs..... Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Eatnte:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims ami tlemnnda
which you may have againal the es-
tate of ANN SUDDENDORF deceased
late of Had,- County, Florida, lo the
County Judgea of Did, County, and
rle the sain, in duplicate and is pro-
vided in Section 733.18, Florida Stnl-
Utl s ill (hell offices ill I lie .....| I '
i .in i house in I tad,- County, Florida,
within six enlendnr mouths from Ihe
tin.....I the first publication hereof or
the same w ill be barred.
Haled at Miami, Florida, this Mil
da) of September. A.D. 1972.
ALAN SILVER
As Executor
First publication of this nollci on
tb. I..tli tiny of September, 1972
RICHARD KROOP
KWITNEY & KROOP
Attorneys for Estate
420 Lincoln Road .Mall
Miami Bl a. li. Florida 38139
9, 15-22-29 1" t
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. 72-18352
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RK:
THE MARRIAGE OF
MARCIA K. GONZALEZ del VAI.I.K
and
CARLOS M. GONZALEZ del VALLF.
TO: CARL'is M. GONZALEZ del
VALLE
1801 72nd Street
North B.rgen. New Jeraey
TOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
thin an notion for Dissolution of Mat -
rial:,* has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defense*, if any. to It on
MERRILL i LAMB. ESQ., attorney
for Petitioner, whose address is *ait
Da.le Federal Building. Miami. Florida,
and file the original with the Clerk of
the above styled i "Urt on or l>efore
October 18, 1972| otherwise u default
will be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the complaint or
petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week tor four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FUHtllUAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
>; day of Snptemher. 1872
K. B. LEATHERMAN,
As Clerk. Circull Court
I hole County. Florida
By C. P. eOPBLAND
As Deputy Clerk
(CirCUll Court Seal)
MERRILL I. LAMB, ESQ.
on Dade Federal Building
Miami. Florida. 33131
Attorney for Petitioner
t 8-13-22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
\i .ii. -1 IS HEREBY fllVBN that
th< undersigned, desiring lo engagi n
business under the Fictitious name of
NATIONAL MOTION PICTl'RE COR-
PORATION a Florida corporation,
d b ii VIRGINIA IAK8 APART-
MENTS Bl 334 Virginia Street, Ci.....
inn Grove, Florida Intends to register
said name u Ith the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court "i |.',de County, Florida,
RONALD I- DAVIS
Ronald L. Davis
Ai.oin.i for National Motion picture
Corporatio..... Florida corporation
9 '8-1.1-22-29
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. DADE COUNTY.
Case No. 72-18266
KSTF.li.W JIMENEZ,
Plaintiff,
vs.
OMELIl' MEDINA and
S \RA I MEDINA, his wife,
Defendants.
Tl I: OMBLK MEDINA and
SARA I WEDINA. his wife,
RESIDENCE IN KNOWN.
TOL" ARK NOTIFIED that H Com-
plaint for l.i.-n Foreclosure on prop-
erty in Hade County. Florida, legally
described as:
Lot 5, in Block v SWEET-
WATER ESTATES, according to
the Plat thereof, as recorded In
Plat Book L'S. I'age M, of the Pub-
lic Records of Dad.- County. Flor-
ida,
has been filed against you and you
utn required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any. to it on
OOLDMAN, GOI.DSTF.IN & P.VC-
7.IER. attorneys for Plaintiff, whose 4 KKNINj
address Is: 2401 West Flagler Street. Attorueys"for Executors
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 72-4547
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
In RE: Estate of
SAMCEL J. KLEIN
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Iicm.uids Against Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed 10 present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of sa.mil'L .1 KLEIN deceased
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
Cunty Judges of Hade County, and
file the same in duplicate and :i- pro-
vided in Section 7:IXHi. Florida Stat-
utes. In their offices in the County
Courthouse In Dad.- County. Florida.
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or Ihe same will be barred.
tinted at Miami. Florida, this >ih
day of Sept. A.D. 1972.
CARLTON 11. KLEIN
THEODORE R. KLEIN
As Executors
First publication of this notice
the 16th day of September. IKK.
Myers. Kaplan. Porter, Levinson
on
or s
you.
11172.
IN
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-18333
IN RE: PETITION OF JACK ____
CLIFFORD and GENEVA PA\ NK
STEWART
TO: WILI-ARD THIB88EN and
MARY SORROWS tMBBH
RESIDENCE OR RESIDENCE*
UN KNOWN
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTYCIVIL ACTION
NO. 72-18491
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
JAIME RODRIGUEZ
Petitioner
and
ROSA RODRIGUEZ
Respondent
TO: ROSA RODRltil'K/.
Patricia I.ubumba 4i".
Santiago de Cuba. Cuba
' YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
all action for Dissolution of Marriage
I has been filed against you and you
I are. required to serve a copy ot your
' written defenaea. If any. to It on
tiCfl.I-ERMO SOSTCHIN. n""^
for Petitioner, whose address Is 1M
N.W. U Avenue. Miami. Ha.
Miami. Florida. :Ui3.". on r b.-for.
October 12. WS and file the original i
Clerk I with the Clerk of this Court either |
be- before service on Plaintiff's attorney :
or Immediately thereafter: otherwise.
a default will be entered against you !
for the. relief demanded In the. Com- I
plaint. I
WITNESS ray hand and the seal ol j
this Court on the .', day of September. 1
187*.
K. H. U3ATBRRMAN,
1 'lerk of the Court
By It. M. KISSEE
Deputy Clerk
t/S'15-22-29
Suite 3M4lir," S.W. First Street
Miami. Florida 33130 ( ^^ ^
0TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
, IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ueralgned, desiring to engage In
r-s under the fictitious name of
ui. '^'UWARTZMAN, Mil
' uilttnore Way, Coral Uahlea,
tends to regtater said
>-lerk of the Circuit
t'i
unty. Florida
name
Court
N.-V si HWARTZMAN,
c\li ASSOCIATES P A
kernel, Roakln &
pronner p. a
1 applicants
wscayne Boulevard
Fla,
Mil
: 15-22-29 I" 8
minor child _
and vou are commanded to serve a
conv of your written defenses, if an>
on^CEOROK CLARK SMITH. PjU-
tioncrs Attorney, at 6.1b N.K. 68th
Street. Miami Florida: 321.S on 01
before October 12. IKK and file the
original with the Clerk of this I OUT!
cither before service on Petitioners
Attorney or immediately thereafter,
otherwise a Default may be entered
against you for the relief demanded
in the Petition
I lated September 6, I9T8
(Circuit Court Seal) ......
p B LEATHERMAN
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
i:-, p COPELAND (d cl
al
This notice shall be published once
each Week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORtDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
0f said curl at Miami. Florida ol
this Tib day of Bept., I Kit
E B LEATHERMAN.
As Cbrk. Circuit COUrl
Dad, cunty Florida
By: 1: M. KISSEE
As 11. puii Clerk
II 'II', Uil COUrl Seal I
s-i'i (NE A St ISTCHIN
I mi .\ \\ 12 Avenue
' Miami, Florida 3312S
Attorne) for Petitioner
:. 15-21-29 1" 8
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
OF BULK TRANSFER
Pursuant to Florida Statute 67S.6-187
a bulk transfer under Article li '( the
I'niform Commercial Code will be
made at the law offices of HERMAN
COHEN. 1310-11 Congress Ruilding.
Miami. Florida on or after September
26, 1972. at 18:00 a'llook noon, be-
IWcell
JAMES C. WILLIAMS and
ADA MAE WILLIAMS d.'b-a
JIMMY'S MARKET
Transferors, whoae business address
is 24 rida and
FULTON THOMAS and
IIKRNARD SOSNICK.
Transferee*, whose business address
will be MM N.W. atth Street. Miami.
Florida
During the three years last past ,
the Transferors, so far as is known |
to the Transferees, have used 110
other business name or address other
than that listed above.
Debts of the Transferors, relevant
to said business, will be paid in full
as they fall due as the result of this
transfer. Creditors of the Transferors
should file their claims with HER-
MAN COHEN at 13lo.it Congress
Building, Miami. Florida. 13131, on or
before September .'". 197'-'.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this i-'ih
day of September. 197S.
FULTON THOMAS
BERNARD Bl I8.NICK
Transfer! -
Publication of this notice nn the
1.1th day of September, 1972.
HERMAN COHEN
1310-11 Congresa Bldg.
.Miami. Florida
Attorne) foi transferors
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case NO. 72-18576
In Re: The Marriage Of:
MARY ANN VINER. Wife
anil
HILL VINES, Husband
NOTICE OF ACTION
To. DILL VINER ^
^lil". N. o'.th Street
Kanaas City, Kansas _,,,__.
YOU ARE HERF.HV NOTIFIED
that a Petition for Dissolution of Mar
rlage has been filed against you nnd
vou arc required to serve a copy or
vour written defenses to It, if any.
upon STEPHEN I- RASKIN. Peti-
tioners attorney, whose address IS
7...... ltii-d Road, P.O. Rox .M>-. Miami.
Florida. :!313J. on or before October
n 1972, and file the original with the
Clerk of this Court either before
service on Petitioner's attorney or
immediately thereafter; otherwise a
default will be tittered for the relier
demanded In the Petition.
WETNESS my hand and the seal or
this Court on September 11. 1172.
R It. LRATHElUtfAN
as Clerk of said Court
By: C. P. COPELAND
as Deputy Clerk
tdrmdl Court Seal. ^^,..,...,, ,#/,
NOTICE UNDR FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
C, T Dixie Highway, l'errine. Fla. Intend to
register said name with the < lerk of
th.- Circuit Court ol Dade County,
Fioi Ida ...__ ..
MORTON VICTOR
EDWARD S LEV INK
SIIEPPARD FAUER
Faber a L\ Ini
Attorneys for applicants
: ::m .Minor,.,
' i ..I.,i Gables, Fla
: 8-15-22-18


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Friday. September 15,1973
Sl:KK.4H J.V THE SKY' DINNER
Academy Installation
Scheduled Sept. 27
Sukkoi the Feast of Tabcr-
nacli and u i aiion for the
American Thanksgiving, erne for Hi Creator Miami
H bi w A id- my*s "Sukkal On-
thc Sk>" dinner Sept. 27 at
7 p.ni on th<> r lof of the Academy's
new kintor Men school building at
^A'J'i Plnetrec Drive.
Rabbi A", xander S. Gt as. II
brew A.i- incipal. will of-
ifnl installation of of-
- for the PTA. Hebrew Acad-
omj Men, and Hebrew Academy
v omen.
Mi uni Beach attorn > Irving H
Firte v.-.'. installed for a sec-
ond term as Hebrew Academy
pi lent.
bi Gros- -:>. I the "Sukkah
l" s ;j rna k* the fb M
.-- !! o take
in th new Si 2 million jun-
i the L'niu i to ex-

t Web Hi
-
t S
Honor si
y ir high
will speak hi ie
Among .th. r- to take office
with Mr. Firtel arc B. I. Binder
chairman u! the board; Herman L.
Shav chairman of the executive
committee; I. H. Abrams .associate
chairman of the board; and O-icar
Sehapiro, associate chairman of
the executive committee.
Samuel Fleinhard. senior vice
president, is coordinating plans for
the installation program together
with ether vice presidents. Louis
Merwitzcr, honorary life president,
w be ait-ong those to whom
special tribute will bo paid for their
leadership in securing the neat
tMliMblg.
Mr. Merwitzer is general chair-
nun of the fund-raising campaign
for the structure, which enables
the Hebrew Academy to Increase
it< registration to 1.000 students
fre4e Ktn
Harry Bloom To Serve
On Civil Service Board
Harry Bloom, who has been with
the North Miami B. ach Water De-
part ment for
the last three
and at
" sent holds
the p.i-iti"' ol
ion repre-
'. I' i'. e w a
tly elected
I th Mi-
imi B :a h Civil
S Board.
Mr B:oo i
.-"! I his Wife.
at a, t h e
secretary ol' Ye-
hiva Day School, are the parents
of three children. Stuart age 14.
is a student at John F. Kennedy
Junior High School: Tina. 12, an.i
Alan, 10. are students at Yeshiva
Day School. North Miami Beach.
Harry Bloom
i Freda Keet
To Address
Bond Leaders
Freda Keet. Israels foremost
| woman broadcaster and a world- '
renowned Journ-
alist, \\:v. come
to Miami next
week to address
local women pre-
paring for th"
annual Miami
Hadassah Bond
with Israel
Luncheon hon-
o'irg Lillian.
Goodman, sched-.
uled Oct. 19. at
the Fontaine-
blent Hotel.
Mrs. Red said that she wil1,
come to Miami in the wake of the
tragic events in Munich, when her
role as a journalist to report and '
interpret the situation in Israel
is s,i vitally important, in order to
convey Israel's immediate chal-
lenges ti> the Miami Beach Ha-'
lassah Israel Bund leadership
Mi K will address the Miami
B i Ha .--ah leadership "Joint
. i" at 10 a.m. Thursday..
5 21, in the Playboy PI
Hot
U-M Student Takes Prize
Norman S. Sega II, a -cnior law
-' ident at the University ol Mi-
ami, won the $50 second place
award In the Lawyers Title Guar-
, antee Fund property essay con-
test last week. His paper is en-
tit! ed. "Tori Liability of the Land-
lord." Mr. Segal], a graduate of
Michigan State University, now
serves as a legal intern with Legal
Services of Greater Miami. Inc.
Yom Kippur Dance Monday at Beth Am
The Brotherhuo-i of Temple Beth
An: is sponsoring it.; annual Yom
Kippur dunce Monday evening at
the temple. The d p.m. to midnight
event, which i- tree to temple
members, will feature superb food
and .'! t ctainment, according to
Brotherhood president Dr. Jerome
Jacobs, who is serving as get
chairman of the dance committee.
Music for dancing will be pro- office.
vided by Jim Weinb
band. Liquid refreshments win u
sold to h--ip defray ex;..
Serving on the committee with
Dr. Jacobc are Ernie Hcydemaim
Bob Gavrin and Don Klein. Ad-
mission is by mem;)'.
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BY ESTHER FEINBERG It's a time to give thanks for bountiful crops, and these recipes star vegetables
and a variety of fruits. As always, were pleased that you have shared them with us. so that we can share them
with so many others. Joyous holidays from the makers of Hellmann's^ and Best Foods5* Real Mayonnaise.
COUNTRY GREEN DRESSING
1 clove garlic, cut in hail '
1 112 CUPS HEUMANN S/BEST FOODS
Real Mayonnaise
1 /4 cup tarragon vinegar
4 anchovy fillets
2 tablespoons chopped onion
2 tablespoons chopped chives
t tablespoon chopped parsley
1 teaspoon dr.ed tarragon leaves i
Rub garlic over inside ol mixing bowl. Combine re-
maining ingredients. Chill. Serve on mixed salad
greens or on large sliced tomatoes. Makes aboui
1 1/2 cups.
Submmtd by Mr Samuel J. HWer, Whitensh Bay,
Wis.
Fresh, creamy Hellmann's/Best Foods helps you
make the Ireshest snd creamiest dressings,
PRETTY FILLED MELON
1 cantaloupe
1 small package Kosher cherry flavored gelatin
1 /2 cup drained fruit cocktail
2 packages (3 oz each) cream cheese __
1 /4 CUP HELLMANN'S/BEST FOODS
Real Mayonnaise
Lettuce leaves
Peel whole cantaloupe. Cut off small end and re-
move seeds, keeping cantaloupe whole. Prepare gel-
atin according to package directions. Chill slightly.
Fold in fruit. Fill cantaloupe with gelatin. Mix cream
cheese and Real Mayonnaise. Spread cream cheese
frosting on cantaloupe. Chill. Slice and serve on let-
tuce leaves. Serves about 6. ,**""
Submitted by: Mrs Morris Reichenstein, Akron, Ohio
Hellmann's/Best Foods is flea/ whole-egg mayon-
naise .. delicate, light and smooth-blending.
TANGY GLAZED CHICKEN
1 envelope dried onion soup mix
1 /2 cup catsup
1/3 CUP HEUMANNS/BEST FOO0S
Real Mayonnaise
1 jar (10 oz ) apricot preserves
2broiler-fp/er chickens, cut up
Combine first 4 ingredients in bowl, spoon over
chicken in large baking pan. Bake in 325' F. oven
1 1/4 hours or until chicken is tender and thoroughly
cooked. Serves 8.
Submitted by: Estelie Hechter. Miami Beach, Fla
Hellmanr,'s/Best Foods won't separate, even wnen
heated in a recipe like this.
FROZEN FRUIT SALAD SUPREME
2 packages (3 oz each) cream c nee as
1/2 CUP HEUMANN S/BEST FOODS
Real Mayonnaise
t 1/2 tablespoons lemon juice
1 /4 teaspoon salt
1/4 cup drained fruit cocktail
1/4 cup drained crushed pineapple
2 bananas, sliced
1 /2 cup chopped pecans
1/2 cup pitted Bing cherries
1 cup whipped evaporated milk
Lettuce leaves
Blend cheese in mixing bowl until smooth. Stir in
Real Mayonnaise, lemon juice and salt. Combine
the rest of the ingredients in order, folding in the
whipped milk last. Turn into a metal loaf pan and
freeze until firm Unmold and serve on a bed of let-
tuce. Garnish with halved cherries and choopad
nuts Serves 8
Submitted by Karen Roth Brooklyn, NY.
HELLMANNS
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CARROT, RAISIN ANO PINEAPPLE SALAO
6 cups coarsely grated carrot
1 cup well drained crushed pineapple
1 cup raisins
1/2 Cup HELLUANN S/BEST FOOOt
Real Mayonnaise
1 /2 cup dairy sour cream
1 /4 teaspoon salt
1 /4 cup honey
112 cup chopped walnuts (optional).
Mix together all ingredients. Chill. Serves 6 to 8.
Submitted by Mrs Nellie Robbins, Bloomfield, Cona,j
PLEASE ... SEND US YOUR RECIPES
Wad be delighted if you'd share more of your few"
te Kosher mayonnaise recipes with us. We'll print
your name and send you $10.00 tor any recipe we
use in our advertising. Just send your special uses
lor Hellmann s or Best Foods Mayonnaise to me:
Esther Feinberg, Consumer Service OepL -
Best Foods Dlv. of CPC Int'l., Inc. .'
Englewood Cliffs, N.J. 07632
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ipes become the property of Best Foods, and may.
be adjusted or edited before publication.
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Friday. September 151972
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Numerous Runoffs Result
From Tuesday's Elections
gtatc Attorney Richard Gor-
|V( rwhelmed three opnon-
pnts in Tuesday's election to win
th term. Dadc County's
cni0'( prosecutor turned book
Keal Sonnett, Harold Solomon j
and Eupene Spellman.
\ lucl between Congressional
endidates Lee Welssenborn and
Bill Lehman in the now 13th
District and a dash between
M, Mayor Steve Oar* and
. :vl state attorney Jack On-
., ,., Oct. 3 runoff ra~o- d!c-
by thu week's primary
. lerlions.
Son, Welssenborn and former
. ,i board chairman I/<*wnan
State Rep. Louis Wolfson
ii m.i, mti.-c executive Jay
t>hind in the seven-man
irthe Democratic nomi-
V ii ..in Claude Peorer scored
.. 2 to 1 i -torj over
Miami !>;i -h Mayo- Jay
md Rep. Haute Fksceir
sod In the other Dem-
! 'Cone essionffl primaries.
r ., state senators role th"
ort ni the Concerned Demo-
,i'.i Miami's two daily
leuspapers to victory in Demo-
ii vi 1pc, Banker Jack
i i-iped Sen. Pick Finch-
S.. iki r of the House Rich-
Pett'wrew topned Sen
Hollahan and Ren.
("(hi/.' Firestone defeated for-
Mi-invi B-aeh view "invo1-
Mai' in I'nelander and Sigmund
Schv without a runoff.
State Sen. Ge'-ald Lewis of
Miami unseated Je?s Yarhoroirrh
in i statewide eont^st for the
i" S''ivi?e Commission.
.Til lic.nl nun we-e hot'v e->n-
tsii I. \ Iion'< |>l| of Hade lawyers one
a' the i-^nes of moior conten-
tion. Robert lfa\-erfield WHS re-
' in the Disf'ot Court of
v i over Joan Odell.
I' Circuit Court races, Dnni?l
ii Siit'n defeated Alex Gordon.
Sam I. Silver retained his sr>at
......-t George Nachwalter Nat-
alie Buskin won a run-off nost
a ralnsl Justice of the Pence
ah Fer?uon and John Gale
ited George A. Buchmann.
Other Circuit Court matches
saw Francis X. Knuek returned
l" nl lice asaint Robert M.
Bader, Rhea Pineus Grossman
I' I n\er Richard Jacobs in a
lotir-H'av i,ice that resulted in
' 'inoff. incumbent Thomas
T. -i.i neat Miami B.a-h Council-
man Jerome Greene and incum-
hent Sidney Weaver defeated
Charles Kelly.
ncumbent Judge John V. Fcr-
on was forced into a runoff
"ith William Gladstone, former
Miami Vice Mayor Iiwin Chris-
tic unseated Arthur W. Primm,
David Goodharl defeated Leon-
ard Cardone, State Rep. Harold
Frailvrstdne trounced Albert
Zemlock, Edward Cowart beat
Charles Whitcacie.
County Court races saw in-
cumbent Sidney Segal! sain a
runoff with Stanley Goodman.
Arden Siegendorf toj Murray
/.. Klein and Dominic Koo elec-
ted over Maurice Rosen and Wil-
liam Porter
Former Miami Beach munici-
pal Judge Milton Keller gained
> runoff post against former
-Miami Beach judge Alfred Fred
Nosbitt. Public Defender Bern-
ard Frank 1- I a three-man field,
and will face Smart Simons in
the second primary.
Bernard Jaffe led Industrial
Claims Judge Albert Harum in-
to a runoff. Justice of the Peace
Ruth Sutton in .1 se on l
primary position against Calvin
M u'i, Edmun i N^ -wl old at I
Rail h tones fa one another In
another County Count show-
down an l Meyer Bi lllianl and
Edward Swanko went into yet
another runoff.
Richard P. Brinker gained a
runoff spot in the circuit court
race; with former State Rep.
David Fldredsv holding a slim
edge for second.
All Metro Court fudges re-
tained their seats under Mis-
souri plan voting. Judge Ger-
ald Klein led the field, followed
by Arthur Winton. Arthur Ma-
Cinnos. John Tanksley and
Thomas O'Connell.
In county commission races,
Edward T. Graham. Joyce Gold-
berg and Harry Cain retained
their seats. Runoffs pit incum-
bent Edwa'd Stephenson asainst
E. Jim Johnston, incumbent
James McKilllps against Harvey
Ruvin, incumbent S. A. Dans-
year against Mike Calhoun and
incumbent Edward C. Fogg III
asainst John B. Coffee.
School board races found Dr.
Ben Sheppard beating Mrs. Ma-
bel Gardner and Linton Tyler
qainint? a runoff with Robert
Renick. Ethel Beckham faced
i a runoff with Donn Hart and
Phyllis Miller won a runoff spot
I asainst Jonathan Aipert.
Miamian's Book Published
Christopher Publishing House of
! North Quincy. Mass., has released
a new hook. "A Jew Is ... ." by
Howard H. Hirschhorn of Coral
Gables, an in-depth case history
; on ethnic identity. Mr. Hirschhorn.
who formally taught In a commu-
nity college holds a Master's de-
cree in Anthropology-________<_
Clincher Harrison will meet
savings and loan association of-
ficial Sam Gillott in a runoff.
6 Arab Slates Aiding Terrorists Named
WASHINGTON, D.C. fWNSi Ambassador Yitzhak Rabin
named six Arab countries Ibis week which he claimed were Biding
terrorist organiiations that commit atrocities such as the murder
of n memben >t the Israeli Olympic squad in Munich At least
three Arab countries Libya. Kuwait and Saudi Arabia." are
supplying financial assistance t'> the terrorists and Egypt, Syria
11 it I Lebanon support the terrorists a ith "technical support and
use ,,: their territory," he said.
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Makes 4 servings
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1 cup chopped onion
1 cup orange juice
2 teaspoons salt
1 teaspoon grated orange peel
1 i teaspoon pepper
1V4 cups orange sections
cup slivered
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