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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla

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Began in 1927?
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-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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"Jewish Florldian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Ifolume 45 Number 38
Miami, Florida Friday, September 22, 1972
Two Sections Price 25 cents
Embassy Aide Killed By Letter Bomb
B> Special Keport
Alert Israeli Embassy f-
fkals in Paris summoned
French police to dismantle
boobv-trapped parcels similar
to those which killed an Is-
raeli diplomat In London
Tuesday. Their action pre-
vented mail sent from the
Netherlands from injuring or
killing any Israelis here.
Meanwhile, an American
Military attache, Maj. Rich-
ard Biirrett, was reported be-
laf held in Syria as a hostage
lor the release of five Syrian
inilitan officers captured by
Israel in a summer raid into
Lebanon,
A
LONDON Israel's Ambas-
sador to Great Britian, Michael
Comay, (formerly his coun-
try's chief envoy to the United
Nations) escaped injury, but a
40-year-old agricultural attache
in the Israeli Embassy here was
killed in the latest round of
Arab terrorism in Europe.
Dr. Ami Shachori was killed
when a crude letter bomb slip-
ped past security checks and ex-
ploded in his second story office.
Theodore Kaddar, who was
scheduled to replace Dr. Shach-
ori next week, was slightly in-
jured by the explosion.
The envelope was among; let-
tent of condolence received fol-
lowing the slaying of the 11 Is-
raeli Olympic team members
earlier this month. It was mail-
ed from Amsterdam.
The Lebanese Embassy here
received an anonymous tele-
phone call warning that it was
ihe next target, presumably of.
the Black September wing of
the Arab guerrilla movement.
Jordan, Rumania, Norway and
the Philippines have embassies
adjacent to the Israeli diploma-
tic headquarters here. All were
sealed off by police as they
tried to trace the exact origin of
the bulky, booby-trapped enve-
lope.
Dr. Schachori is survived by
his wife and two children.
Expressions of sympathy were
made by Egypt's foreign minis-
ter, who was visiting London at
at the time of the explosion. Mo-
hammed Hassan el-Zayyat ex-
pressed his sorrow, as did Bri-
tish Furelgn Secretary. Sir Alec
Douglas-Home.
Security at the embassv and
at other Israeli offices here and
throughout Europe was placed
on full alert following the
tragedy at Munich and Fursten-
feldbruck, but officials here ex-
plained, "We simply can't scru-
tinize every envelope."
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AMBASSADOR MfCHAfL COMAY
Israeli Forces Fighting Flares In Uganda
On Full Alert
B) Special Report
JERUSALEM Israeli forces
I remained on full alert along the
borders of both Lebanon and
[Syria this week as the secretary
[general of the Arab League
arrived :n Beirut to mediate a
growing dispute between the
[Lebanese army and Palestinian
[guerrillas.
In spite of official denials by
I Lebanese officials, it was clear
that the Lebanese army has
moved into areas evacuated by
[the Arab terrorists in the wake
of the Israeli "search and de-
stroy" mission which ended Sun-
I day.
Mil.......(I Riad, the Arab
League leader, was granted "full
[political authorization" by Arab
countries to mediate the situa-
tion In Lebanon, according to
the Egyptian newspaper, Al
Ahram.
In Damascus, the Palestine
Liberation Organization criticiz-
ed Lebanese restriction of guer-
rilla movements through the set-
ting up of new roadblocks by
Lebanese armored and infantry
units.
And PLO spokesmen said
Palestine guerrilla units based
in Syria were crossing into Le-
banon in order to prevent both
an Israeli attack on Syria and
further Lebanese restrictions on
guerrilla operations near the
Lebanese-Israeli border.
A "purging and combing"
operation a g a i n s t terrorist
strongholds, which involved the
largest Israeli armored force
ever sent into Lebanon and air
Continued on Page ll-A
Kissinger Says He Raised
Exit Fee Issue In Moscow
WASHINGTON (VVNS
The issue of the new exorbitant
exit charges against Soviet Jew-
ish scientists was raised "in a
number of ways" by Dr. Henry
Kissinger during his lengthy
talks with Soviet leaders in
Moscow, the President's ad-
visor on national security af-
fairs told a press briefing here.
Mr. Kissinger's talks with
Communist party chief Leonid
Brezhnev and Foreign Minister
Andrei Gromyko lasted 24 hours
with questions involving greatly
expanded American-Soviet trade
a main topic, it was reported.
Mr. Kissinger refused to dis-
pose the views of the two So-
viet leaders on the exit fee is-
sue, and also declined to com-
ment on White House attitudes
on linking the question of the
high fees with a planned treaty
needed for American-Soviet
commercial relations, which he
said he thought would be ready
b>' the end of this year." When
the treaty is submitted to Con-
81*88," he said, "there can be
a full debate on it." Such a
linkage has been proposed by
Sen. Abraham Ribicoff. (D.-
Conn.),
Mr. Kissinger reported that
the White House considers the
concent in Congress over the
high exit fees as "extremely
serious." Sen. Jacob K. Ja\ ta
(R.-N.Y.> warned in the Sen-
ate that the hoped-for expanded
trade relations could run into
trouble in Congress because of
the "ransom" fees on the uni-
versity-educated Soviet Jews.
B'nai B'rith strongly endorsed
efforts in Congress to blo:k
trade pacts with the Soviet
Union until the Soviet "educa-
tion tax" is revoked. David
Blumberg, B'nai B'rith presi-
dent, said Jews could not be
treated "as expendable in the
search for detente" between the
United States and Russia.
Mr. Kissinger also revealed
that in his discussions with
British, West German, French
and Soviet leaders during his
European trip, he "underlined
the importance" of efforts to
control air piracy and other
forms of terrorism. He added
that the program was being
"pursued very actively" by the
State Department seeking "glo-
bal cooperation for effective
control."
KAMPALA, Uganda (JTA)
Fighting this week flared in this
Africian nation of 10 million per-
sons, whose president startled
the world last week by praising
Adolf Hitler for the murder of
six million Jews.
With neighboring Tanzania
and Great Britain denying any
invasion of Uganda, the govern-
ment here detained more than
60 American and British nation-
als including Peace Corps work-
ers, missionaries and an Associ-
ated Press correspondent.
Foreign Minister Wanume
Kibedi linked the detentions to
the alleged invasion. Meanwhile.
some 600 of the 60,000 Asians
being expelled from this coun-
try which borders on Lake
Victoria arrived this week in
London.
Radio Uganda reported that
three Israelis had been killed in
fighting Monday at Mbarara.
some 120 miles southwest of
Uganda's capital. Unofficial
sources here said the Israelis
probably were Britons caught
ii> crossfire between Ugandan
regular and guerrilla forces.
There are 7,000 white Britons in
Uganda.
In Washington, the State De-
Protest Received
By Supreme Soviet
By Special Rei>ort
MOSCOW A request by 50
Jews that the recently imposed
education tax on emigrants be
discussed during the current ses-
sion of the Supreme Soviet was
delivered to Russian officials
here this week.
Police were understood to
have detained more than 10 Jews
Tuesday in an effort to head off
any trouble revolving around
consideration of the request by
the Soviet Parliament.
Two protest letters were de-
livered by the 50 Jews at the
reception office of the Supreme
Soviet, located only a few
blocks from the Kremlin.
Israel has officially stated its
opposition to the payment of
any such tax, which has been
widely condemned by Jewish
and non-Jewish leaders in the
United States and throughout
the world.
partment said that a loan for $3
million to Uganda for livestock
development was being delayed
as a result of the statement
made by Uganda President Idi
Amin praising Hitler. Charles
Pray, the Department spokes-
man, said another reason was
"incidents" affecting American
citizens in Uganda recently.
He said "We do not contem-
plate signing the loan agreement
at this time." However, he said,
technical aid funds "now in the
pipeline" for more than $2 mil-
lion would not be disturbed.
That aid involves mainly agri-
cultural projects in Uganda.
In referring to the telegram
praising Hitler sent by Amin to
United Nations Secretary Gen-
eral Kurt Waldheim and to Pre-
mier Golda Melr, Mr. Bray said
"We deplore statements of this
kind," and added, "any such
description of the Holocaust is
deeply shocking and incompre-
hensible but especially when it
comes from a national leader."
Asked by the JTA correspon-
dent whether the issue of Amin's
vitrolic telegram would be rais-
ed by the United States at the
United Nations. Mr. Bray replied
that the issue would be pursued
initially in bilateral channels.
Jewish leaders urged both the
United Slates and United Na-
tions to condemn Amin's state-
ment. The Ant i Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith called
upon President Nixon "to direct
the United States ambassador
to the United Nations to seek
immediately a resolution censur-
ing Uganda for its President's
outrageously obscene statement."
In a telegram, Seymour Grau-
bard, ADL chairman, said: "The
United Nations came into being
as a result of World War II. For
Uganda, a member nation, to
now praise Hitler and the geno-
cide of six million Jews is a
ludicrous perversion of the
founding principles of the United
Nations which call for peace and
the elimination of hatred, bigo-
try and prejudice."
The Jewish Labor Committee
and the Workmen's Circle also
blasted Amin's statement. In a
message to Mr. Waldheim.
Jacob T. Zuckerman, president
of the Jewish Labor Committee,
called on the United Nations to
"take action against terrorism
throughout the world the
m- ment for tenroorizin* is
past." Harold Ostoff, president
of the Workmen's Circle in a
telegram to Secretary of State
William P. Rogers, called on the
United States to protest the
Amin statement.
5 JDL Members Arrested
In Los Angeles Bombing
LOS ANGELES (WNSl
Members of the Jewish Del
League here went from <'. >or to
do r iliis week in Jewish
tions >'. Los Angeles, seeking
donations for bail bonds for five
JDL members who were arresti d
on charges of bombing the Holly-
\v od horn" of Mohammed Sha-
ath, a Palestinian immigrant.
Mr. Shaath was not at home,
but his wife and two infant Chil-
dren wi re, when a pi|>e bomb
was thrown at the building.
Neither Mis. Shaath nor the chil-
dren were injured by the fly-
in1: debris, police reported.
Mrs. Meir Names Inquiry
Unit For Munich Disaster
JERUSALEM (WNS> Pre-
mier Golda Meir this week ap-
pointed the three members of a
committee she had said would
be created to investigate the
murders of the 11 Israeli ath-
letes in Munich from all aspects.
The committee's assignment
includes determination of any
mistakes and neglect in security
on the part of both West Ger-
man and Israeli authorities.
Former police chief Pinhas
Koppel was named chairman of
the committee. The other two
members are Avigdor Bartal,
general director of the Haifa re-
fineries, and Moshe Kashti. gen-
eral director of the Zim Ship-
ping Lines who is a former De-
fense Ministry director general.
Mr. Bartal was chosen for his
experience as a member of a
number of investigatory commit-
tees.


Page 2-A
+Jen$st> fhrHiar
Friday, September 22.1972
Local Federation Leaders
Attend GJFWF Fall Meeting
DtecuMfoni on the latest restric-
1 ve "head tax" placeil on Soviet
Jews who wish to emigrate to Is-
rael were among the highlights oi
the FaD quarter!} meeting of the
Board of Directors of the Council
tn Jewish Keaiiatioiis aixl Welfare
.Funds which met in New York
1;-st week.
Amoag the 200 communal lead-
1 : .irui Kederation executives
horn the United States and Ca-
n. oh who gathered for the meet-
ing were RoLeit Russell. presi-
di nt of the Greater Miami Jewish
F' delation; Harry B. Smith.
G3UF vice president: Stanley
Myers, Federation's first presi-
di nt: Harry A. Levy, Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund campaign chairman: Arthur
F'.'isichan. Federation's executive
VMM 1'iesident: Myron Brodie. as-
executive v ice president
and Arthur Flink. director of pub-
;.. relations,
The meetings explored problems
facing organized North American
Jewish communities and projxisals
for Strengthening Jewish com-
, Ruinal services. Also on the three
day agenda were reports of the
recently concluded meeting of the
I Board of Governors of the Jewish
I Agency in Jerusalem which issued
I n "statement of needs" for 1973
I totalling S7S3 million to provide
for Israel's immigration, absorp-
tion, housing and other urgent
needs.
Reports on the new Soviet visa
regulations requiring Soviet Jews
', t > pay a heavy tax based uptm
their levels of education a pe-
nalty which world leaders are de-
I tet mined to have revoked, and on
1 flood developments, especially in
j Wilkes-Barrc, Pa., which was de-
vastated by tropical storm Agnes
earlier this summer, were also fea-
tured.
Attorney Ben Essen, a co-
1 chairman of the High Rise Di-
vision of the Greater Miami Jew-
1 ish Federation's Combined Jew-
1 ish Appeal-Israel Emergency
I Fund campaign, spoke at the
| annual kick-off event of the
I Jewish Communal Appeal in
: Sydney. Australia recently.
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Page 3-A
The Two Kinds Of
Soviet Immigrants
By AMOS BEN-VERKD
( hi,.f i .ITA Middle K*t Bun.ui
JERUSALEM As soon as the
plane touches down at Lpd, the
(vision of in.' Immigrant* into
1 groups boHins- Kl.Al.flies
Jem to Israel at night, because
ju, inK the day the planes are
needed for their regular scheduled
flights.
And In the half light of early
dawn, hard decisions must be
made at 'he Ministry of Immi-
grant Absorption's room at the
airport. Those who have academic
legrees arc to spend the next five
months studying Hebrew and
homes "ill be found for them in
the vie nity "f the place where
-!v> will later obtain jobs.
The others are directed to loca-
tions where apartments are avail-
ible. With full employment in 18-
,r|. i bey have no trouble find-
ng dtable positions wherever
e sent. They often
squabble about the general area
ivhere they want to live: if they
iave relatives, they want to be
them. If they have heard
thai .i special locality, such as
Tel-Aviv or Haifa, is specially de-
siiable, (hey want to go there.
There is no difference between
rants from the Russian Ke-
inhl c and those from the Soviet
Asiatic republics in this respect.
Yitzhak Schncidermann, a 46-
yrar old locksmith from Odessa,
misted on Haifa. "The climate
will suit us. and my daughter can
study ;it the Technion", he ex-
plaineil to the Ministry official.
The Schneidarmaim family is com-
paratively large; he arrived with
his wife, his 80-year-old mother,
two daughters and a divorced sis-
ter with her daughter. Kventual-
j>. they settled for Beersheba.
On arrival everyone is given IL
5(1 (S12> pocket money. Those sent
directly to available housing find
mis. mattresses, blankets, a table
with chairs, a kerosene stove,
electric cooking plate, plastic
crockery, a bucket and a broom,
and electric bulbs. Rent is IL 50
to II. lf>0 per month ($12 to $241.
Special taxis take the immigrants
from I-od to their new abodes.
Some new arrivals are not con-
tent with their status. Luba Baise-
vitch, a 47-year-old textile tech-
nician from Riga, insists on going
t<> an all-day Ulpan to study Heb- '
rew. She has no academic degree, i
run Bays that in the Soviet Union
she was recognised as an aca- .
rtemician. Finally convinced that
the Ministry official knows her
lucci.se status, she insists on the j
academics' Ulpan anyway, saying '
she can live outside the Immi- I
grant Absorption center, but I
wants to study with those living
there. Offered an evening Ulpan,
she is offended.
Patiently, the official tries to
explain that there are no apart-
ments in the vicinity of Absorp-
tion Centers, and the places where
vacant apartments are available
n the particular day of her arri-
val have only evening Ulpanim
nearby.
The story repeats* itself when a
registered nurse is interviewed
and also demands academic
status. Both are divorcees, per-
haps hoping to find a husband
among the academics. But the
Phenomenon occurs among men,
too, and heads of families some-
times make the same demands.
"The Absorption centers are for
immigrants who need the langu-
age as an essential tool for their
work" thus the principle behind
mem is presented by Shlomo
Bukshpafa, Director- of the Ab- \
option Center in the Katamon
quarter of Jerusalem.
At present over 1,0C0 persons ,
ay m such centers in various I
parts of Israel. They study five
hours a day, and have three hours
of homework. They get to know
the country by being taken on
trips. They learn something of its
history anil eultuie and are given
ntfp- hf finding' jobs. Recruiting
' personnel from various factories
! and advisers from the Ministry of
Labour are on hand.
The Center is for all academics,
irrespective of the country of ori-
I gin, and here and there English,
too, is spoken. But the vast rhajor-
I ity come from the Soviet Union.
There they are not used to seek-
j ing jobs; the government directs
j them to places of work.
Still trust of them become rest-
less aftei the third month, and
, in the fourth and fifth month
there are drop-outs. The Soviet
Immigrants, too, begin to fear that
| someone else will lake a coveted
position away from them. But
those from the West heroine edgy
even earlier, forego their studies
J at an earlier stage.
Kahiii Promised A Cabinet Post
JRRUSALKM (JTAi Yitz-
hak Rabin, Israel's Ambassador
to the United States, has turned j
down the post of president of '
the Haifa Technion, according
to reliable reports, after having
> en promised a Cabinet post In-
Premier C'.olda Meir after the |
elections next year.
Ambassador Rabin, who winds
tip his tour of duty In Washing-
ton at the end of this year, is
expected to work at Labor Party
headquarters until the elections
arc held. He is presently in Is-
rael on leave.
Mr. Rabin's successor has not
yet been appointed, but Foreign
Minister Abba Rban is said tc
have his eye on Halm Herzog
a former chief of military in-
tellig nee now In business, oi
Director General of the Foi
Ministry Morilcha: Gazit. An-
other name mentioned is Dr
V.w Dinvtein, Deputj MlnUter ol
Finance.
Two men said to have turned
down the job for personal rea
sons are Gen. Aharon Yariv
head or military Intelligence, and
Knesfot-memher Haim Zadok, a
lawyer who is chairman of the
Kness t Foreign Affairs and
i > 'fepse Committee,
"The main difference is that
i hose from Western countries
have a pretty good idea where
they want to '-;<> and what they
intend to do. a long lime before
they get here." says Bukshpan.
They have information about Is-
rael and the Soviet immigrants
have almost none."
te). 1972, Jewish Telegraphic Aitencj >
Kislak Withholds Support
In Congressional Runoff
Miami insurance executive Jay
Kisiak this week announced he
will endorse neither former Dade
school board chairman Rill Leh-
man nor Sen. Lee Weissenborn in
the Oct. 3 Democratic second pri-
mary.
Mr. Kislak, who was eliminated
in the first primary in his initial
try tor public office, said he will
support the Democratic ticket In
the Nov. 7 general election. He
also said he is "undecided as to per-
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give it serious consideration."
World War II Air Force officer,
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R.I., was elected national com-
mander of the Jewish War Vet-
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tional convention in Houston.
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--------------------------------
Dr. Lipgchitz In
Panel Dialogue At
4JCongress Meet
Dr. Mux Lipschitz, spiritual
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[of the South Florida Council.
American Jewish Congress, will
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To be If'd at the American
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Rvclyn Greenhorn and Sylvia
Davis of ,lu-tine Chanter. Title of
the dialogue will be "An Eye Wit-
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Sadie Cahn is president and Dora
Meisel is program chairman for
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Friday. September 22, 1972
Volume 45
14 TISHRI 5733
Number 38
Religious Freedom Is For All
The continued violence in Hebron casts a shadow
on the age-old Jewish struggle for religious freedom, for
at issue is the demand of some fanatics that would do
harm to the right of Moslems to worship on their Sabbath
and at the time allotted to them by agreement with the
Israeli government.
The Tomb of the Patriarchs is a nhrinA sacred to both
the Jewish and Moslem faith and a .compromise, readied
to avoid problems, set separate hours of worship. That
has been kept until recently when a new influx of Jewish
settlers into the historic Arab city began to defy the
compromise, demanding instead an end to all restric-
tions on Jewish worship. Since this has meant, in several
instances, conflict with the Moslem Sabbath Friday
the authorities have properly prevented the Jewish group
from infringing on the Moslem prayer time.
Religious freedom must be understood a& being for
all people not just a small Jewish sect.
Birobidzhan Was A Failure
The editorial room basket is filled to overflowing each
day with material that will not be published for many
reasons. As a rule, an art'cle entitled "Birobidzahn: A Con-
structive Approach for Diaspora Jewry" would have suf-
fered that fate without comment except for the fact that the
sheer "chutzpah" of the piece it came all the way from
the State of Washington, no less should not be ignored.
In 1934, the Soviet Union set aside 14,000 square miles
of primitive land in Siberia as a "Jewish Autonomous
Region" as its response to the Zionist aspirations of many
of its millions of Jews. It was a failure in all respects, not
only because of Stalinist policies but because few Soviet
Jews would buy this substitute for Israel. For those who
believed the lies, the venture proved a diaster in every
sense and a forecast of how the Soviets planned, ultimately,
to handle its Jewish "problem."
The reasoning behind the article is as specious today
as were the promises of the Soviet leaders some 40 years
ago and will meet with even less response from Russian
Jews than did Birobidzahn in the days when there was
still some credibility attached to the Soviet regime.
As a footnote, it should be noted that the 20th anni-
versary of the 24 Jewish intellectuals executed on Stalin's
orders was commemorated Aug. 12 throughout the world
to remind us if we needed it of the Soviet attitude
toward Jews.
It Always Comes As A Shock
The scheduling of the opening tour of Gusman Phil-
harmonic Hall on the eve of Rosh Hashanah and the latest
shift of dates that wiil make the opening concert on a
Friday night followed by a posh party at Hialeah
has cuused some rumbling in Jewish circles.
If there is insensitivity among the Philharmonic So-
ciety's leadership to our Sabbath it should be made clear
that there axe a goodly number of Jews who participate
in the decision-making of the Society and if there is any
blame it must be theirs.
We would be blind to the facts of life if we did not
recognize that strict Sabbath observance is the life-style
of but a few American Jews, whether it be in synagogue
attendance or in avoiding public appearances which do
violation to the spirit, if not the law, of Judaism's great
heritage. Yet, it always comes as a shock when promi-
nent Jews, and even Jewish organizations such as the
one in Los Angeles which held a charity opening for
"Fiddler on the Roof" on a Friday night, are so contemp-
uous of the Jewish image.
The after-concert party will be "international" in
flavor and at this point we can only hope that the local
press will avoid publishing the recipes of some of our
Jewish ladies. We recall with a bit of distaste the one for
suckling pig prepared for a Museum of Science affair by
one of our young pillars of Jewish society.
by JOSEPH ALSO!
WASHINl.T' 'X P a l n .
downright hallucination is the
only word that describes the
kind of unreality characterizing
the election campaign to date.
Sen. George McGovern says that
the I'nited States can get along
very nicely without a serious na-
tional defense. President Nixon
Intimates that ho has already
brought peace in his time or
will soon do so.
Meanwhile, the central fact
in the world political landscape
is not the Vietnamese war. It is
not even the dangerous Middle
Kastern situation that produced
the murders at the Olympic
Games and thr .- I
raeli reprisals, it .
infinitely worse, al
future potential.
IT is IN fac
ing Soviet military
the frontier of
*
"I'T.I is.
'-' in in
.
buildup oi
Communist
China. According to an accurate
recent report, three new ^
chanized divisions have ben
added this summer to the Soviet
forces now threatening China.
Anywhere in this town. yo, I
can get an argument about the
resulting total of thise Soviet
forces. In the Pentagon. 49 divj.
sions is a good average est> I
mate. In the Central Intelli. |
gence Agency, certain analyst!
are deeply wedded to the old \
"liberalization" theory about the
Soviet Union. These men nan
therefore been fighting a power.
ful rear-guard action against
the facts ever since the Soviet
buildup began. Hence their fi.
gure is below 49 divisions.
BOTH IN the CIA and in the I
Pentagon, there are also very
able men who use figures well
above 49 divisions. In addition,'
Soviet units not divisionally or-1
ganized, Soviet bonier guards
and the puppet Mongolian divi.
sions all rather obviously need!
to be counted.
Furthermore, the Byzantine
workings of the American "or-
der of battle" system make it
quite automatic that even the
highest estimate tends to be an
underestimate. Only two things
are certain. The Soviet buildup
is still in progress growing
(Continued on Page 12-A)

bv EDWARD COHEN
One can cite appalling statis-
tics about Bar Mitzvah and the
Jewish boy. but it takes a prom-
inently-headed story in the Mi-
ami News to let you know what
it's really all about.
In what seems to be an an-
nual report of the tale of crass
commercialism to be found in
the synagogue a different one
each year, it seems the News
devotes two full columns of type
to a "Synagogue with no set
dues formed around ousted rab-
bi", as if this were a rare find.
But that's not my concern to-
day, for regular readers of this
column have been exposed
enough to my thinking about
this problem.
IF YOU haven't read the
story in the News, let me just
recap the one aspect that proved
of particular interest, since
much of the rest of it. despite
the length, seemed to be shot
through with inaccuracy and
lack of understanding. "After
his (Melvin Shapiro) son had
studied a year anil was ready for
Bar Mitzvah. he went to the
Temple (Or Olom) finance of-
fice to arrange for the big event.
"He was told he would have
to pay up $500 he owed or the
ceremony couldn't take place on
Saturday. He said he could not
get the cash together but would
have it a few days after the
ceremony and offered the
temple a post-dated check.
"HE WAS refused."
After citing some give and
take conversation, the story
went on: "Bar Mitzvah recep-
tions are a religious tradition."
When Shapiro informed the of-
fice lady that he didn't want the
temple caterers for that purpose
but instead was planning to
have his party at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel, she asked: "How
can you possibly plead poverty
and then have an affair there?"
WITH WHICH he resigned,
had the Bar Mitzvah at another
synagogue, and held the party
at the Fontainebleau. No men-
tion in the story that the Hotel
was asked to accept a post-dated
check.
The "religious tradition" of
having the Bar Mitzvah at the
Fontainebleau or some other
equally spiritual setting is, as the
statistics at hand show, what
Jewish education is all about for
virtually all our Jewish families.
SOME 15'; of Bar Mitzvah
boys continue on with their
education and it is significant
that most of these are in Re-
form congregations where the
emphasis is still on Confirma-
tion at least two to three
years beyond although the
Bar Mitzvah syndrome has grad-
ually entered here, too.
A recent doctoral study at
the University of Southern
California has pointed up the
fact that Bar Mitzvah is more a
social and ethnic event than one
of religious significance. And.
states Dr. J. J. Horowitz, who
did the study, "For many fam-
ilies, the stress and tension as-
sociated with the celebration of
Bas Mitzvah appeass to have
crystallized into permanent
feelings of hostility toward the
rabbis and temples where the
ceremony took place."
FURTHER, an unexpected
finding of Dr. Horowitz's study
was that well over 50',; of Bar
Mitzvah families felt the rite
was of "major importance in
enabling their non-Jewish guests
at the event to better 'inder-
stand Jewish customs an I cere-
monies."
I shall resist the tem
point out that what un I
they best learned was how sou*
Jews customarily st iff 'hem-
selves and the ceremony of
lighting the candles I the ac-
companiment of
roetry and what passes i "
"Jewish" music. And 1
guests Jewish am! non-Jewish
alike arc thus initiated into
Judaism, the Study
conclude that "The rite
seem to have much
feet on the boys
ilies, even though the y ingstefl
spend considerable time
reli-
gious training preparing I ''' ''-'
Bar Mitzvah,"
THERE ARE certain
sions to be drawn from this*
how to run a synagog without
money. The first is to get *
rabbi who is being paid by an-
other congregation

Or Olom is committed to I>
its ousted rabbi for the next two
year*. The second is to holds**"
vices at the nearby VM-V^HA.
or some other place where U
cost is nil or minimal
And. finally, save the costoto
religious school, texts. teachers,
etc., and give each F
bleau "bocher." a PaP01*"*
book on etiquete. What
Jewish training does a J
bov need to fulfill the H '!l
handed down by the il""
News, that "Bar M-i < ,CCZ
tions are a religious tradition-
The onlv thing that botl
about this: Will the *',n,al*|.
bleau take my l"1--*- mW*
check?


Friday. September 22. 1972
* Jewish n ,H, t,
Page 5-A
AJCongress Appoints Phil Baum
As Associate Executive Director
Phil Baum of Riverdale, N.Y.
Las been a!>|X>inted associate exec-
Kye director of the American
and received a doctor of law de-
cree from the University of
Chicago Law School, where he was
an editor of the Law Review and
elected to the Order of the Coif.
He is a member of the Bar of the
States of New York and Illinois.
As a young atorney and senior
staff counsel of the Congress' Com-
mission on Law and Social Action,
Mr. Baum participated in litiga-
tion before the U.S. Supreme
Court and other courts on civil
rights, church-state, censorship,
immigration and other matters.
He was co-counsel in the Prinz
case, in which a .$30,000 judgment
in libel was recovered against
Conde McGinley, publisher of the
notorious hate sheet, "Common
Sense."
A member of the Executive
Committee of the World Jewish
Congress and the Administrative
Committee of its American Sec-
tion, as well as a board member
ol the World Without War Coun-
cil of the United States, Mr. Baum,
who for several years taught a
course in intergroup relations at
the New School for Social Re-
search in New York, this year is
teaching a New School course on
the New York Jewish community.
Dr. Frank J. Hildner, Mount Sinai Medical Center's cardiac
catheterization laboratory chief, (second from left) was
guest speaker at the Sept. 13 Mount Sinai Development Fund
seminar at the Treasure House. Dr. Hildner spoke on lab-
oratory procedure and how cardiac pacemakers give heart
patients a normal life expectancy. S. Melvin Apotheker
(left) of Meyer, Weiss, Rose and Arkin law firm, spoke on
wills and trusts in estate planning. At right are Lew Sable,
president of the Treasure House Men's Club, and Neal Sis-
kin, representative of the Development Fund.
PHIL BAUM
Ijewish Congress. Rabbi Arthur
pertzU-rg, president has announc-
Mr. Baum, who joined the Con-
gress . lias been director of its Commis-
sion on International Affairs since
P?39 and will retain that position.
In addition to supervising the
Imtrican Jewish Congress' pro-
fgram in\olving Israel, Soviet Jew-
ry and Jewish communities in
pJurope, Latin America and the
Arab countries, Mr. Baum for the
past 10 years has coordinated- the
Congress' annual American-Israel
Dialogue in Israel, a forum for the
(exchange of views among leading
Jewish .ntellectuals from both
Icountries.
Mr. Kaum also directs the Con-
Igvess' peace-related activities and
liti the spring of 1971 was a mem-
ber of a five-man team headed by
Clark Kerr, former chancellor of
the University of California, that
visited Vietnam to explore oppor-
Itunitie? for internationally-super-
vised elections in that country. He
has also visited the Soviet Union
land other countries of Eastern
pSurope.
A prolific writer, Mr. Baum is
the author or co-author of articles
land papers on the "Arab Cam-
paign Against American Jews,"
'The Black Record: Nasser's Per-
secution of Egyptian Jewry," "The
German Dilemma: An Appraisal
lof Anti-Semitism, Ultra-National-
lism anu Democracy in West Ger-
Imany," "Shadows Over Austria"
1 (a study of right-wing tendencies
I there i and "The Jewish Communi-
I ties of Eastern Europe: A First-
|Hand Report."
In November 1967, he was the
I co-author of "Hard Questions &
Answers on the Middle East," a
pamphlet published and widely
I circulated by the American Jew-
is!' Congress discussing the histori-
cal, legal, political and moral
Questions underlying the conflict.
This summer Mr. Baum co-au-
thored A Traveler's Mani-al to
the Soviet Union," also published
, >" the American Jewish Congress,
tor tourists who wish to visit with
I Russian Jewish communities.
Mr. Baum, a native of Chicago,
studied at Northwestern Univer-
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fJenist fk>rSdnan
Friday, September 22.1979
letters to the editor
..vmiidialelv.
KDITOK, Tl.r JiuUk Fluridbtu: DAYK GOODWIN
jrfsj(le
Tiii world lui- no right to be ____
thock id o.- evtn surprised at Atab KDITOK. Th- Jewish Floridlan:
guerrilla atrocities. Various guer-
rilla groups have vowed to repeat K would be futile to eontinue
such outrages at every oppoiiu- any discussion with the rigidly Or-
v. and in ns they hav nil too often -I dared for themselves a system of
-iff' 1 : g 11 rrilla groups often law going back to the beginning
ii in each Other to claim credit "I "r history, with all later ela-
11 (he mor-itrous crimes. borntions held to be only redis-
Thi -e arc the ?><:'.< wti 1 have ooveries. Both the written and the
-u.vja k-l hundreds of innocent J oral *'. they claim, were given on
. uho willfully destroyed jets. Sinai. Whatever any acceptable
non-involved nations flying In- scholar concludes is not his own.
ternational nktas, who sponsored but was already said on Sinai. This
the Lod massacre killing many in- thinking makes it possible to ex-
liccnt Christians, who murdered|Plain a Torah verse with a Mid-
py Israeli civilians even prior rash composed a thousand years
'. Munich, who repeatedly planted later, or with a Rashi written two
1 aboard international air- thousand years later.
liners who have killed even their, As Orthodoxy eximnded. so did
fellow Arabs who they feel are it shrink. Most of the agricul-
not irilitant enough against Israel. I tural laws and all the laws of
They boast that they will stop at; sacrifice are gone. There is no red
thii .: absolutely nothing heifer for purifying.
10 '! troy, ravage and kill, so as Most serious of all is thc area
to draw attention to their impos- ()1 L.ivn ,aw. For manv centuries.
nbe demands I there was constant reference to
Tin- work! ha- encouraged their; Ihe s;n of gojnK to Gentile courts.
rantinuiiig atrocities by failing to (Choshen Mishpoti.
act isivclj at past outrag.^.i
Based on past experience, the| An(l aRain woull refer to
expect an outburst of words charging interest on loans to Jews
Bfter each atrocity. Words, and. ,Yo,'e Dcahi. How many Jews
(EDITOR'S \OTE: We Jo not
tqrrr with the writer's obtcrvonct. We
(mite our redder, to comment.)
nothing more, except perhaps an
Israeli -riko for which Israel will
condemned by the U.N.
I.
even resort to the legal fiction of
a Hcter I-ha? What hapiiencd to
the unfinished wall section as
So far, the world has followed *** Lechurban? (Baba Basra
the script written by the guer-j60- and Orach Chayim). In "She-
rillas. After th<- rhetoric, very lit- niosh Zeriakah". Mopurgo an 18th
if anything Is done to
prevent an even greater outrage
century legal authority, lists as
neglected commandments: not
Arab nation? which finnnr". host u,'a,i"K shoes on Tisha Bav. |
and 1 !. incite the guerrillas are j Tsits!s on outer garments, and
rn>:tted to sit in the U.N. in
judgment of others. Our Presi.
cent Issues a statement of smypa-
thy for the victim- while the State
wearing Tefillin all day.
But we cannot expect Orthodox
leadership to seek a way of easing '
what most Jews have found bur-
tmenl continues its pcrcn-jdensome. On the contrary, they
nial oil diplomacy with the o-l-ri-h say: "Be stricter than ever." The-
Arabs Franc and England com-j storm of our atomic age will not
Inrivsli arms to the Arab, blow over, and if Jewish Orthod-
' hotting fanatic guerrilla|oxy wants to survive (especially)
1 1
. in Israeh it must change.
MAX KIVKIX
North Miami Beueh
outlaws.
The civilized world if we still
have one should cut off all com-
nunication and trade with nations
which harbor international crimi-
als, including skyjackers and JWV Auxiliary PlailS
guerrillas. Until that simple cf-;M .- o partv
feet he act occurs, we may ex-1 W1CCT,UK 3Wira rany
pect an unending series of fanati-1 North Shore Ladies Auxiliary
cal displays, each trying to sur-1 e77' Jewish War Veterans, will j
pass the others in horror and 1 nave u meeting on Wednesday, at;
violence, I tne Jefferson National Bank Bldg.. i
Our words are a holtow mockery \V* St and Sne,i',a" Ave. at 8J
ntil we act firmly. Fanaticism p'm
knows no bounds. We must either
control the offenders or yield to
'hem. Delay i- a sign of surrender
find an invitation for more hor-
A 4 p.m. swim party and barbe- i
cue is scheduled for Sunday. Oct.!
8, at Willard Apartments, 801
Venetian Wav.
If you're rich
and beautiful,
why aren't we
having an affair?
KDITOK. The Jewish Floridian:
This morning, as a result of the
tragic events in Munich during the
past 24 hours. I stopped on my
way to work at one of Miami's
largest temples. I have not been
in a temple for well over a decade .
other than in celebration of a re-
lative's Bar Mitzvah.
On this morning, when I felt a '
true need to be in a Jewish house I
of worship. I found the lights of I
the chapel out and the doors lock-
ed. There were no signs of any ac-
tivity other than a PTA meeting
1-eing held in the main auditorium.
When I inquired at the office
alxiut the chaiiel's locked doors,
the receptionist seemed to think
that they were open, but said if
they were locked, she would ar-
range to have them opened. All
well and good. But on this morn-
ing, if on no others, every Jewish
house of worship should have been
open for anyone who may have
felt the need for its surroundings.
When I arrived at work I called .
the distinguished Rabbi and asked
why the doors of his temple were
locked. He explained problems of
vandalism, problems of being un-
derstaffed, and problems of this
being the "worst time" to have
anything like this come up because ,
the temple was busily preparing j
rickets for the forthcoming High |
Holy Days.
The learned and wise Rabbi in- i
vited me to attend services at the '
temple for the Holy Days and as-
sured me that the matter which
moved me, and so much of the
world so deeply on this morning.
Mould be raised at that time.
I
Unfortunately. I find the
Rabbi's position absolutely unten-
able. I find the locked doors of
the synagogue absolutely inexcus-
able. Certainly, under the tragic
circumstances, a large temple can
draw on at least one volunteer to
remain in the chapel during the
day.
Because of the Rabbi's concern
for his "tickets" I would no more
accept his invitation to attend
High Holy Day Services than I
would the same invitation from a j
football team's ticket manager.
This morning I realized again
why Jewish religious institutions
Jn America have so little attrac-
tion for me and for others of my
family and friends.
This is a difficult subject to dis-
cuss fully in a brief letter but, as
it now stands, the final image in
my mind of temples and rabbis is i
a darkened chapel, the clanging
of bolted doors, and the ringing
word, "tickets."
I pray that the Rabbi and his
temple set an all-time high in at-
tendance for High Holy Days
ceremonies. I can hear the Rabbi
intoning the sacred words of the '
Kaddish to the hushed throngs of
religious fans in the bleachers.
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Torch Of Independence' To
Arrive From Israel Tuesday
\ symbolic "Torch of Independ-!
,.,'.,. will nn-ivc in Miami fro.n
Israel Tuesday, as i>ait of Israel's
joih anniversary celebration. Lit
by President Salman Shazar in:
Jerusalem, the torch wiH be flo\vp|
by El Al Isnu'l Aiilines to Ken-;
ncdy Ini-'i national Air[x>rt in New;
York. i
It then "ill be used to kindle
more than l0 other torches, j
throughout North America. The
Israel Government Tourist orficej
,. coordinating the program.
,\ special relighting ceremony;
vull he held at 8 p.m. Tuesday at
ilu- Greater Miami Jewish Federa-,
lion Building. National Airlines is
flying il"' torch here, with Fed- i
eratlon president Robert Russell;
receiving it and tumintr it over to;
Mrs, Burton 'Fran) Levy, chai I
man of the 25th anniversary com- j
niitteo "!' Federation.
Stanley R. Gilbert, president of
the YM-YWHA of Greater Miami
declared that the arrival of this
Torch "I Indei^ndencc has add^
significance in view of the recent
tragic events in Munich, lie ex-
tended an open invitation to the
entire Jewish community to ex-
press it- solWarltV for the State
<-f i-rael through their presence
at this ceremony.
This event is being carried out
under the sponsorship of the "Is-
rael 25" committee, which con-
sists of representatives of all syna-
gogues, all Jewish organizations,
r.reater Hfami Jewish Federation,
the Jewish Youth Council and the
oung Aicn and Young; Women's
Hebrew Association of Greater
Miami.
Stanley R. Gilbert, president of
the YM-YWHA of dealer Miami
declared that the arrival of this
Torch of Independence has added
.significance in view of the recent
tragic events in Munich. He ex-
tended an open invitation to the
entire Jewish community to ex-
press its solidarity for the State
of Israel through their presence
at this ceremony.
This event is being carried out |
under the sponsorship of the "Is- j
rael 25" committee, which con-
sists of representatives of all syna- '
ROgUCB, all Jewish organizations, j
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.!
the Jevv'sh Youth Council and the
Young Men and Young Women's j
Hebrew Association of Greateri
Mtn~(
Harvey Prize Winners
Selected By Technion
NEW YORK The first Har-
vey Prize one of the world's
largest awards for science and
scholarship was to be pre-1
sented to two 1972 recipients !
Thursday in simultaneous press j
'conferences featuring an interna-|
tional telephone hook-up with Ha-
ifa. Israel, according to Laurence
A. Tiseh, president oi the American
Society for Tcehnion-Israel Insti-
tute of Technology, Inc. Each cash !
raize will he in the amount of i
$35,000.
Fascell Schedules Movie Premiere
Rep. Dante Fascell will present
ih,' Miami premiere of the full-
length motion picture version of
B ins Song" Sept. 28 at 7:^0
p.m. it the Riviera Theater on
South I 'i.xi liny.
teammate Gale Savers, when bot.i
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League.
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SFACUS Holding
Workshop Tuesday
The South Florida Association!
of Children Under Six (SFACUS) |
will lw meeting at the central'
YM-YWHA. S.yiO SW 8th St.. atI
7:43 p.m. Tuesday.
In this workshop for teachers;
and parents of young children. a|
paeel of distinguished educators
and doctor* will dis-'iiss pro|>ci
methods of dealing with young-
sters.
Addressing tin' topic "f "What's
With out Children?" will he Dr.
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gist; Dr, George Simpson, a gen-
eral practitioner, and Dr. Dazelli
Simpson, a pediatrician.
Ms. Helen Wcinstock, SFACUS
nresldi n( and director of the Early
Childhood Dcelonment nursery
school and kindergarten at the
1TM-YWHA, Invites parents, teach-
ers and lh" general public to the
program, the first or t*w season
sponsored by the SFACUS.
Friendship Club Meeting
The season's first meeting of the
North Count? Seivor Citi/ens
Friendship Club will be held
Thursday, Sept. 28. at 8 p.m. in
Temple Ad.ith Yesurun, 1025 NE
Miami Gardens Pr. For further
Information, contact Saia Madi-
son, president of the groiev
I
The joint announcements will In-
made from the Hiltmore Hotel in |
Los Angeles, from the Massachu-
setts Institute of Technology in
Cambridge, and from the presi-
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Technion in Haifa. Israel.
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Tor Technion based on recommen-
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Mount Carmel Campus or the
Technion. and to spend a tx-riixi
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Friday, September 22
197J
Rosen Associate Director
Of Development At U-M
Robert Rosen has been named
associate director of development
at the University of Miami.
ROBtRT ROSIN
Mr. Rosen, who holds Bache-
lor's and Master's degrees in Busi-
ness Administration from the L'ni-
versity of Miami, will work with
the President's Committee for
Alumni Special Gifts and the U-M
Women's Guild, according to
Charles R. Enstill, vice president
for Development affairs.
A native of Franklin, X.J., the
28-year-old former director of
Youth Activities at Beth David
Congregation, recently served as
Dade County Director for Close j
Up. a nonpartisan. nonprofit pro- I
gram with the aim of letting high j
school students and teachers from |
urban areas get a firsthand look |
at government in action.
Mr. Rosen received his commis-
sion into the Adjutant General
Cosps tnrough the U-M's ROTC.
where he was a Distinguished Mili-
tary Graduate and was stationed
on active duty as an Army First
Lieutenant at Ft. Benjamin Harri-
son, Ind.
At the University of Miami Mr.
Rosen served as the graduate as-
sistant to the Dean of the School
of Business Administration, and
was coordinator of the Law En-
forcement Education Program and
the annual Business Week pro-
gram. He is a member of Iron Ar-
row, U-M leadership society; a
past president of Omicron Delta
Kappa, national leadership honor
society; and in the Order of
Omega, the honor society of frat-
ernities. He also served as presi-
dent of the U-M chapter of the
American Marketing Association
and ADS advertising and public
relations fraternity; secretary of
Alpha Kappa Psi, national busi-
ness fraternity; and was chosen
by Beta Gamma Sigma business
honorary.
While in graduate school. Mr. (
Rosen was instrumental in start- i
ing the Graduate Student Associa- j
lion. As ,a senior, he represented \
the southeast United States in
Ttana magazine's college student j
seminar on future styles of living
fan New York City.
Mr. Rosen, who is serving as j
Dade County educational chair- j
man for the Greater Miami Jay- \
cees. was selected as "Jaycee of i
the Month" for his work in coord-
butting the high school scholarship
program of the Florida Jaycees. |
He is serving his second year on
the board of directors of the Jay-
cees.
Now active on the Temple Zion
Youth Commission, Mr. Rosen, a
former advisor at Beth Torah Con-
gregation, has served on the South
Florida Youth Commission of the
United Synagogue since 1966.
Judge Feller
Endorsed By
Bar Assoc.
Milton Feller, former president
of the Miami Beach Bar Associa-
tion, intensified his campaign for
County Court Judge. Group 5,
Tuesday following the High Holy
Days.
Judge Feller, who served as
Miami Beach municipal court
judge for more than 10 years, is a
member of the board of directors
of Temple Emanu-El.
A former exalted ruler of the
Miami Beach I/xlge of Elks, Judge
Feller was chairman of the board
of trustees of the city's largest
fraternal organization and active
in its charity work.
He is a director of the Mac Cen-
tury Club and the Hard Founda-
tion, organizations which aid
handicapped children. He also is
cochairman of the legal committee
of the Israel Histadrut Founda-
tion, and formerly taught Sunday
school at Temple Israel of Greater
Miami.
In the recent poll conducted
among Greater Miami Lawyers by
the Dade County Bar Association,
Judge Feller was voted qualified
by a better than 2-to-l margin.
The American Federation of
Senior Citizens, Miami Beach
chapter, voted to endorse Judge
Feller. His opponent is not related
to an incumbent circuit court
judge with the same last name.
Judge Feller's supporters noted.
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Seminar Session
Lysergic acid diethylomide
(LSD), better known on the street
as STnply acid, will be the tonic
of discussion at the fourth session
of a senrnar series sponsored by
the YM-YWHA at its central lo-
cation. 8500 SW 8th St., Wednes-,
day at 8 p.m.
The program wi'l feature two:
area doctors and reoresentatives
from The Seed, a drug rehabilita-
tion center in Ho"ywoTd. Coordl-
nating the enti'-e seminar series is
Dr. Reubin Sorkin. who has work-
ed at the Jackson Memorial Hos-
pital's mcthadone clinic. With him |
will be Dr. Barry Crown, clinical
coordinator of the Drug Abuse
Treatment Center at Jacksor
Memorial.
In addition, there will be an
excellent film on LSD. Includeo '
will be its history, its effect?
abuse and rehabilitation therapy
After the formal portion of the
program, the floor will be thrown
open for questions with empha-
sis upon candor and honesty.
The drug series with one drug
discussed each month is design-''
ed to educate both parents and
teen*. It is open to the public.
Temple Israel Lecture
Series To Begin Oct. 8th
Local economist Reinhold P.
Wolff will open the annual lee-1
tore series of the Eugene and'
Shirley Green.leW .-Aduir-'^WRt*^
tute at Temp'.e Israel of Greater
Miami Sunday, Oct. 8, at 10 a.m.
On four successive Sunday
mornings in October outstanding
experts will address themselves to
the issues of the presidential elec-
tion, with Dr.Wolff speaking on
Tlie Election and the Economy."
" will he followed by Washington
Star syndicated columnist Milton
Viorst, author of "The Republican
Party and the Puritan Ethic." who
will speak of The Political Right,
Left and Center."
Mrs. Naomi Levine. national
executive director of the Ameri-
:an Jewish Congress, will analyze
the role of minority issues, and
Jack Hood Vaughn, former Assist-
ant Secretary of State and direc-
tor of the Peace Corps, concludes
the election analyses when he dis-
cusses the "International Impli-
cations of the November Election."
Designed to brine an "adult ap-
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73 Greenfield Institute will fea-
ture both rabbinic and lay i*
turers who will explore with t
audience subjects relev ant to;
ih problems f*th day. Aii
them a--e Rabbi Arthur HertztieT
Rabbi Robert Gordis and RatJj
Richard Rubenstein.
An added feature of
will be an afternoon of poot,
reading on Oct. 15 by }&U
Viorst, whose latest collectiml
"Yes. Marriage." has just be*
pub'ished. Mrs. Viorst. whose pi*,
try has appeared in most lea/
publications, is best known for her I
first book. 'It's Hani to be Hal
Over 30, And Other Tragedies 0||
Married Life."
The scries is o-x-n to HMnenJ
hers of Temple Israel ,i 1 tickets
for single lectures will be n-aj
available.
Retirees To Meet Tuesday
Retirees of New York District I
No. 65 will meet Tuesday it
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Friday. September'
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'Reflections9
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Rabbi j.iapiro
B> RABBI NORM VN SHAPIRO
Tempi*" Zion
Kin? Solomon, in the Biblical
book of Krclesiastos i which is read
on Sukkot) three thousand years
ar.;o. reflects on
the f lee ti n
transitory char-
actor of human
existence.
Dor h o1e c h
v'dor bar v'ha-
aretz I'olom
omedet (Eccles.
1:4)- "One gen-
eration pasaeth
away and an-
other genera-
tion cometh nnd
.be earth abi-
'th forever." The earth i.s the
'locale upon which man plays his
part, but when his role is ended
he leaves the Stage.
Solomon was called "Koheleth."
accord'ns to the rabbis, because
bis words were spoken in the as-
si-mblj ikahal). In his perorations
to the convocations which heard
him, King Solomon summed up
his philosophy by preaching there
was nothing new under the sun.
"Vain Kal hadash tachat ha-
shamesh" lEcelos. 1:9)"All that
we know or lay is a recapitulation
of old truths In our brief and short-
lived stop on the face of this
earth."
Rashl cnrnrni-'tn that Solomon
is descrihed as King in Jerusalem
as a tribute to his wisdom, since
Jerusalem was a city renowned
for the wisdom of its people.
Failure passes. Success passes.
. The king passes. His subjects pass
away. What holds the balance be-
tween success and failure is that
both are of short duration. Both
arc brief.
While "ere saying in one
breath, don't take yourself too
' seriously, at the same time the
; Bible leerm to be saying life must
1 have ben important enough for
\ou to make something of vour-
! self.
Lithavitcher Goes To
; University of Florida
The I.uba\ itchcr Chassidic Move-
ment in Florida is sending two
' emissaries to the University of
( Florida to help celebrate the holi-
c day of Simchas Torah. Rabbi Ah-
' raham Korf is regional director
of the I.ubavitcher Movement
i here.
At the invitation of Rabbi Bes-
. ser, the local office has arranged
for Rabbi Yitzchok Marcus, a
I teacher at the Oholei Torah School.
and Rabbi Kasriel Rrusawankin. a
teacher at Yeshiva Hay School, to
i I'-iev-si-ille caimus.
rCaopittical *Jwit
eviston
v.
roar an**
Sept. It Ch. 10, 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
Sepi. 21 Ch. 7. 10 a.m. 'Hie Still Small Voice
Host: Rabbi Leon Kronish, Temple Beth Sholom
ISRAEL
Laniojtk'Booi
Tin ii3 -w%m~m :na7|*ii|n lan inM :!mivr
Bj RABBI SAXCKL -I. FOX
iii. IKS, Jih Tt-li-itraplilc Accnry)
Why does the cons;re;ation re-
1te the versa in the Psalms
"MfehT is sown for the Viirti'r-
eous ." (Psalms 97:11) be-
fore the Kol Nldre Is chanted
on Voni Kippur eve?
Many claim that this practice
was instituted because of the cus-
tom to light many candles in the
synagogue on the eve before Yom
Kippur. The verse from the Psalms
would then be chanted to indicate
that the candles represent the
souls of the worshippers and that
on Yom Kippur their sins will be
forgiven and they will all be judged
amongst the righteous thus deserv-
ing the light of life.
Generally speaking the day of
Yom Kippur is one which is tradi-
tionally faced with an air of con-
fidence in one's self and in one's
fellow humans thus all are de-
clared righteous on this day of
forgiveness and atonement.
Why do .nany observe the
practice ol lighting candles in
I he synagogue In-fore Yom Kip-
pur begins?
A number of reasons are given
for this custom. Some claim that
this is done to provide enough;
light for those Jews who spend
the whole night in the synagogue
praying. Others claim that this is
done to honor the fes'ival of Yom
Kippur which is a festival of cele-
bration in spite of the serious re-
flections of the day.
While other festivals are honored
with feasting and drinking, Yom
Kippur. a fast day. cannot be so
honored. Consequently, extra lights
are kindled, especially in the syna-
gogue where the whole day is
spent by the congregants.
Some claim that the lights glor-
ify the Almighty and express our j
faith in Him as the prophet wrote I
"Glorify the Loi-ri with lights"
(Isaiah 24:15). Some claim that j
, the light Ls an indication of man's
fate for the new year. The Talmud ,
i Keritut 5h) states that if a man
ivishrs 1o know whether or not
he will survive in the coming year I
be Ls to light a candle before Yom !
, Kippur and if the candle is not ex-
| tinguished during the day he will j
live through the year.
Some light candles both for the,
living and for the deceased to ex-
press their belief in the immortal-
ity of the deceased souls. In some
communities, pious women would,
make special candles for Yom Kip-,
pur using the string that was em-1
ployed to measure the perimeter'
of the cemetery as wicks to indi- I
cate this belief in immortality.
llillel Sticcah
Is Set tins For
Holiday Events
JEWISH BOOK MONTH
October 27- November 26,1972
Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the State of Israel
JEWISH BOOK COUNCIL OF THE NATIONAL JEWISH WELFARE BOARD
15 EAST 26th STREET NEW YORK, N.Y. 10010
More Can 2.00C local groups will conduct programs in ob-
servance cf Jewish Book Month, which the Jewish Book
Council of Die National Jewish Welfare Board (JWB) has
designated as the period from Oct. 27-Nov. 26. "Israel:
Land of the Book"--the theme chosen by the JWB's Book
Council for this year's observance in honor of Israel's 25th
annivrscrv is hero reproduced in three languages
English, Yiddish and Hebrew.
The Feast of Tabernacles was to
be celebrated at the Hillel Com-
munity Day School in a permanent
Succah on the school premises at
21288 Biscavne Blvd.. with Rabbi
Ralph Kingsley. soiritual leader of
Temple Sinai, addressing the stu-
dents at a special holiday assembly
Thursday at 2 p.m.
The pta win sponsor a party
for the student lx>dy in the succah,
Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. Rabbi Milton
Schlinsky, spiritual leader of Tem-
ple Adath Yeshurun, will speak to
the students on "The Meaning of
the Succoth holiday."
As a continuation of Hillel's
deep concern for Soviet Jewry, the
school will participate in the
fourth annual Simchat Torah rally
Sunday. Oct. 8. at the YMHA.
MIAMI
A H A V A T SHA'-uM CONGREGA.
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
AN5HE EMES i33 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitx 2
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BETH -MS (TSMPLE). 5950 N. Ken-
dad Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard 3
SI'CCOT: Friday S:3ft p.m. sermon
topic: "The Fmii Hut.'" Saturday i"
!< ill.. Bat Mitzvah: far. n, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Sinter; Bar
Mltsvah: Miles, son of .Mr. and Mrs.
Allen Dorfman.
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BETH DAVIO. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipaon 4
SI'CCOT: Priday 8 p.m Bnturday :<
am. Mar Mitzvah: David, son "f Dr.
and Mrs. Charles Mutter. Sunday 9
a.m.. Itar Mil/.vali: Jeaae, son of Mr.
and Mrs. 1-ouls Helt, (l>urlne the
Succot Holiday there will be a Kid-
lush in the rakka alter each main
service. I
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi H. Rothman S
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BETH KOOESH, 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Leon Segal 6
SI'CCOT: Friday :3i> p.m., sermon
topic: "A Humid.- Spirit Saturday
8:30 am. "The- Number Four'" Sun-
day 8:30 a.m. "The Invisible Wall:-'
i BETH TOV (Temple) 6438 SW 8th
8t. Conservative. Cantor Seymour
Hinkee 8
I SI'CCOT: Friday rveninR. Saturday
! s M-m.
' ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER
Miami. 137 NE 19th street. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 10
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ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Paul J.
Bender, Cantor Nathan Parnaas. 11
; SI'CCOT: Friday '.:.'." p.m. Saturday
vir. ii in. sermon topic: "Jewlah His-
tory a Series of Temporary Dwell-
tnjrs," 7 pin. Sunday 8:48 a.m., svr-
i in..n topic: "A I'nlque Ceremonial
I It's SiKiiiri.an. in I.if.\" 7:rt p.m.
OS OLOM (Temple) 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Cantor Yehouda
Binyamin. 13
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Ccnjtiv.it (. Rabbi Maurice
Klein. 14
ZION (Temple) 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor Errol Helfman.
16
SFffOT: Friday r.:nn p.m. Saturday
9 a.m.a sermon topic: "A Thing of
Beauty." .Sunday y am., sermon top.
ic: "To Live in Splendor."
HI All AH
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. Habj>i Na-
than Zolondek. 15
SI'CCOT: Friday 8:1". p.m. Saturday
9:30 am. sermon topie: "The Kullder
and The Planter," Sunday 9:JO a.m,
sermon topie: "Clouds 01 Glory."
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. 2225
NE 121st St. Conservative. Rabbi
Joseph Gorfinket. Cantor Ben Zion
Kirschenbaum. 35
MIAMI BtACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sheldon M. Ever.
SI'CCOT: Friday 7 p.m. Saturdaj B:45
a.m. sermon topic: "Sukkah Sym-
bol of the Jewish People." Sunday S:4o
a.m., sum..,1 top.,-: "When David's
Sukkah Shall he Rebuilt"
BETH ISRAEL 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro. 18
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BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sr-n.ir.ahu T. Swir-
skv. Cantor Maurice Mamches 19
BETH RAPHAEL (Temple). 1545 Jef.
ferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
si CLOT: Friday g:30 ,,.,,,. Saturday
v.." am 6:30 p in Sunday s::;.. a.m.
BETH SHOLOM (Temple). 414* Chase
A.e Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser 21
iSI'fi'i.T: Friday 8:15 .,., sermon
pi.: To Be A Good Jew." Saturday '
"| "' a in Bar Mltsvah: Steven, soil
ol Mi. and .Mrs Arthur I.in
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BETlt.TFLJ-AH 935 Euc"'d Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. rtackov-
sky 22
B tTomYC2?,EP.H ^LHAIM CONGREGA- I
TION, 843 Meridian Avenue. 22-A
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C^B<.AN,.t,E?REW CONGREGATION.
(WM.I wh"roon Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaio.
nm OT Friday 7 p.m. Saturday 8:
a.m. Sunday 7 p. 111.
MENORAH (Temple,.
Conservative. Rabbi Mi, !
owitz. Cantor Nico reldmVn ^
SirCCOT: Friday ; m"-
a.m.. Itar HlUvah: s.,;.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Su-i '
SrCCOT: Pridaj .. ,. ,
S:1., am sermon lop|, -, g
is the Symbol ..f i: I
day 8:43 a.m serm. :,. '!
su.c.ih-The Meanlnn p.. I
OHEV SHALOM.' 70V5 SmH.
Orthodox. Rabbi Pn,n, '
man. "*
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTEH ,
Collins Ave. Rabbi baa, H,h~Ji
8CCCOT: Fndi,. ,. *
topie: -The Joy of s :' t.'^"
Sunday 8:30 a 111.. -. : i- ,.,.
ill Soul .."
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIV
44 Washington Ave. Ratbi AvV
Groner.
NORTH BAY VILLAGE jewii
CENTER. 17?n 79th street 1
way, North Bay Village, Co'n
tive. Rabbi Marvin Goiascn ds
Murray Vavneh.
SI'CCOT: Friday 8 p.m s.i-u
a.m. Sundai '' am
mouth mia;.:: bfach
ADATH YESHURUN (Temple- .g
NE Miami Gardens Dr. c"n
tive. Rabbi Milton ^ r..,.
tor Reuvan Eckhaus
BETH TORAH. NE 164th St. n
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Mat |
schitz. Cantor Jacob B Menc sri 'COT: Pridaj : p m s.. .-
8:90 a.m.. afternoon |i.,- \p .!
si. ven. son of Dr. and Mrs. U
Branl: Marty, son of Mr an! ,
.lark Diamond, Sundn) 1
ternoon itar Mltsvah:
of Mr and Mr- Rob) rl
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW ttM|
Conservative. Cantor Jack Ls
SINAI (Temple) of N0RTH -
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reicrm. Rip
Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor Ii
Shulkes.
SI'CCi >T: Pi .i *
in the sukkah Saiui
Bar Mltsvah*: Kcott,
Mrs. Wallai Green< I
Mr. and .Mrs IIv .\
e
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGLF 181511
13th Ave. Orthodox. Racoi .ch!
Caplan.
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREETS
MIAMI. 990 NE 171-t St. OrtMM
Rabbi Zalman Ko;csky.
SI'CCOT: Friday 8:4! S it,- A
? a.m., ti:45 p.m. Su. .1.1
p.m.
COHAI CABLIS
JUOEA (Temple). 5500 Granada 3I
Reform. Rabbi Morris K-pper.
SUCCOT: Friday \ p m >.,:
11:15 a m Itar Mils' Rhesa .
son ,,f Kahhl and .Mr- llimani 1
111010. Monday 4 p.m
f lass.
ZAMORA (Temple). 44 2amon AS
Conservative. Rabbi "i'axwll '
Berger.
SI'tfoT: Friday 6:30 | -.-:.<|
8:46 a ni !..::< p m. Sui M
SURfSIDt
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATON.I
9348 Harding Ave., Ort'cCoa. Rabbil
Isaac D. Vine. I
SI'ffiiT: Friday li:3 I
9 .1 in Sundaj 9 a.in.
F0UT LAUDIRDAU
BETH ISRAEL (Tamplf 7100 W.l
Oakland Park Blvd. Oabbi Akivll
Brilliant. Cantor IV.iur.- Neu. l
SI'CCOT: Fridnj K:I." Saturday
I a in Sunday : a.m
EMANU-EL. 3245 V\ Oi and Pirjtl
Blvd. (Reform). R.ibtr Arthur J.I
Abrams. Cantor Jerome Kiement. |
POMPAN0 BfACH
SHOLOM (Temple). 132 EE "I".J**!
Conservative. Rabbi Mc---'l A. Ss|
Cantor Jacob J. Renzer.
MARGATF JEWISH LtNTER 61011
NW 9th St.
HAUANDAlt
HALLANDALE JEWISr- CeNTER I
Cantor Rev. Jacob DaitW- '2
NE. 1st Ae.
CUrBBAc^!?PH.AR,DIC HEBREW CON-
n.?. mATI0N,- 715 Washington Ave-
Hah' SSBSJ^- Rabbi Me'r M3"A
E^0nNAU'-ES. torlAvt. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Siw'f.m- .^fn,or Zvi Ad,er- 8
am 4m. ,'lHV *i::"' '"" ."""lay 9
a.m. Sumhty ',' ji.ni.
HOUW00D
BETH Ei. (Temple). 1351 S 1I> **
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Js'ie. I
SI'ff 1 IT: Pridaj : !" I -' ':rt"
1":."." a.m.
BETH SHALOM (Temple'. '"-'8 ^
roe St. Conservative. Rarti ""
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
14 TISHRI 6:47
^WWrW^rVVvvvv
HDrRnWH -CADIMY' 240 "inetree
Gros? R,bbi M'*n CAfr^.AN;NE,LL 'Branch of Hebrew
f""^'- 7th St and Meridian
Hm.i h0d0X' RaBbi Abraham Ben-
Hlllel- ____ 25-A
JASCYrMBrSr...OHEN COMMUNITY
A n?^! 1532 Washington
Stern ?r,h.odox.'. Rb"i TiLor H.
Stern. Cantor Meyer Engel. 26
KN.E,SEJH ISRAEL, 1415 Fuclld Ave
Canto?0Jh, Rh'bbl c Dvid Lehrf'elS:
v.antor Abraham Seif. 27
roe s>t. conservative. "*- -~z- -m
M-alavsky. Cantor Irving Go10-
SI'CCOT: Friday 7 p.m SataW)
a.m., 7 p.m. Sunday 8 h 11
SINAI (TempTe7'*1201 '{"g-JS
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
Cantor Yehuda Heilbraun.
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MIKAMAR
ISRAEL (Temple). 692C SW 3Sthi St.
Conservative. Rabbi Avom Drat'"
Cantor Abraham Koste'
SI ff. IT: Pridaj -
topi,.: -who Needs A gj.
iirday 8 a.111.. 10:30 n n ;"" '
!.: "Blueprint for Pel
Sun.lav 'i a rn I:3fl
topic: "The su. ca As a -' '"
inn."

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Iday. September 22. 1972
+M-UtfkrMin,r)
PaaelMI
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Max Lerner
Sees ft
NEW YORK, N.Y. Before Bobby Fischers victory gets
ktowed away in time's wallet ot oblivion, I want to express my
]iu,pe that his success won't change his perverse, ornery, un-
cbarmi character. All through the stormy months of the
championship tournament I kept hearing from my dearest nit-
, I [ends, Including some of my family, how maivelous a
in Boris Spassky was and how monstrous a lout Fischer
v. A : right, so what else was new?
weren't putting on a minuet at a charm school, nor
L tournament of chivalry vying for my lady's glove. This was
ii, showdown, with Spassky buttressed by a Soviet phalanx
of advisers and controllers, and by in-depth training and state
rub.-idi' and Fischer alone with only his cantar kerousness and
IlL- T.iUS.
was much talk about Fischer's constant dark psycho-
irfare, the dread mesmeric spell ho casls over his op-
i" i:.....- ><>u would have thought he was a practitioner of occult-
i n, ::.-' id of a true believer in his fundamentalist Sabbath sect.
'file Russians even thought their boy was being hexed by
i Cl hemical waves. That's what decided me to do some
inves-uotlve journalism ol my own. So I sent a legman to the
Hecat National Headquarters, and he bugged the place and
ransa I the files. All he Came up with was a mysterious scrap
i pa inscribed with a single word, obviouslv in code. It said
"Alot!
ft -fr if
l.UOHINU I'P ALMOST SOLITARY, with a chess set sal-
n a scatter of games in a candy store downstairs. Fis-
ied chess into his sword for conquest and his armor
again.-! an unfeeling world. Where Spassky is the man of the
IworW graceful, urbane, a hard chess player but also a well-
I [lerson Fischer is totally sunk in chess.
V ..' eares about some other things, too. including sports.
In ;;.-..- travel, but chess in his obsession, vocation, avocation,
kra entertainment in short, his lite. His isolation and single-
in.!''. !..-s were forced on him during his younger hungry days,
became his way of life.
ttntrlc? Yes, but the cccentiicity of genius. There arc
' I prodigies but there are few like Mo/art -who
turn [: I geniuses. When an authentic genius surfaces, we do
i'l to i jue liim with our puling Lilliputian censurings. Is he
kind liig mother or Bister? Is he polite to his op|H>ncnts? Does
i hi> matches on time? And why. oh why, does he insist
1 more money, always more money, with a materialism
Whi Russians don'1 like because il isn't dialectical, like
tl
every account I have read, Beethoven was an unlovely
moan, carping, quarrelsome, litigious, nasty to his
:;ut he wrote the "Eroica" and the "Fifth." Can you
be j: ccentric and still be a genius? Yes, decidedly. Can you
l' square and a genius? Harder, but possible. Fischer has
I the eccentric in him, and a fair degree of the square
but th -enius is what counis, mysterious, Inexplicable, but there.
ft ft ft
HI. is NONI'OLITU AI., and no social philosopher. His re-
ma after his victory that he was happy to have won it as a
-on"was less a political position than an insight
Into rBelf. I had to do it all myself- that's what he was Bay-
it is also an insight into creativeness. In the highest
i achievement, granted that you have to stand on the
I of all the grand masters who have gone before you.
Hie f: agonized, joyous leap into the unknown is one that no
one can make for you not a set of commissars, not a
-- establishment, not an English donor doubling the
nol the referee or audience, not the President calling to
lie you. just yourself.
" wondei Fischer foregoes the usual genuflections to mod-
est} : re be won it formally. Ego madness? No, only the
itter-of-fact statement of what he knows to be true,
muc! t|u. Homeric heroes in the "Iliad." before the cen-
turi j ,,; neatness and hypocrisy came to wash away the
eif.
The Russians are in despair, as they should be. There were
- that Spassky might defect to the corrupt moneyed
West rheir run of champions has been broken. Worst ol all.
'i li done by a flamboyant, neurotic, authentic Individual,
1 the collective balderdash which -ays the individual is
I prefer Infinitely prefer Fischer's Individualist
bad manners to the collusive shenanigans ol Fishei s four Rus-
sian .pponents at Willemstad, Curacao, in i'"-. play'>"S '"
tth a Marxist teamwork chic t'> frustrate this upstart
li all but broke Fisher's bitter Bpirit, and sent him
into the wilderness for several years.
he came out of ii to become again bis old erratic swash-
buckling paranoid, irresistible sell. I saj il again: I hope SU(
spoil him.
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Continued from Page I-\
assaults for more than 24 hours,
ended shortly before the start
of Yoni'-Kippur. All military
goals were met, according to
Gen. David Kla/ar, the Israeli
Chief of Staff.
iHrneli casualties were listed
as three dead and six wounded.
But military officials estimated
that at least 60 Arab terrorists
were killed in the ground as-
sault and more died in the. air
attacks. Lebanese army units
unexpectedly became involved In
the fighting and officials said at
least 15 Lebanese, soldiers were
killed and more wounded.
Officials said the ground and
air attacks were directed
against nine guerrilla bases in
an area west from Mount Her-
mon to the main terrorist head-
quarters near Nabatiye village.
Israeli planes wrecked two
bridges on the Litani River, cut-
ting off the main access route
from northern Lebanon into
Fatahland. the area adjoining
the Israeli bolder which is un-
der virtual control by the ter-
rorists.
An Israeli spokesman said 13
Lebanese villages were searched
and cleared of guerrillas and
some 150 houses used by the ter-
rorists were destroyed.
The Israeli and United States
governments were reportedly in
contact throughout the fighting
but there was no information
on the U.S. reaction to the in-
cursion into Lebanon, the third
since February.
Gen. Kla/ar said "strict or-
ders" were issued for all possible
efforts to avoid harming civil-
ians. He -aid. "\\e did our best
not to hurt civilians" and expres-
sed regret if any civilians were
hurt.
The Israeli troops seized huge
quantities of wea|x>ns. ammuni-
tion, equipment and documents
in an effort to smash the ter-
rorist infrastructure in south-
ern Lebanon. The spokesman ad-
mitted that the terrorists had
not suffered a crippling blow
and that they could continue
operations if the Lebanese gov-
I ernment continues to allow
them to.
Instructions to the troops em-
] phasi/ed that the Lebanese "are
: not our enemies" and were not
i to 1)0 attacked, but that order
had to be amended when some
i Lebanese army units joined the
I fighting.
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University Dean's Day audience
last week that man should, there-
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generation plants can cause pollu-
tion and that problem must bo
met "but against that one ha*
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*Jewish fhrtdi>n
Friday, September 22,

This Week In History...
m
40 Y.-ars Ago This Week! 1932
Thousands of Russian Jews were
reportedly nearly starving.
"MOSCOW Old and new
Jewish cemeteries are being con-
verted into synagogues (in Russia
lor New Year's), as are a num-
ber of private homes. Even these
measures are not regardod as suf-
ficient to meet the need."
Mrs. Feiga Stuchinsky of Brook-
lyn. 87, grieved at the cerebral-
hemorrage death of her son. Sam-
uel Kahan, 57, chairman of Tern-
more menacing with each pass-
ing month. And this buildup has
now reached really vast propor-
tions.
THERE ARE simple reasons,
too, why mounting Soviet threat
on China's frontier is really the
central fact in the world poli-
tical landscape. The purpose,
quite obviously, is a preventive
attack to destroy China's nu-
clear power before China's nu-
clear power grows too great.
The Soviet decision, whether
"go" or "no go," must also be
made not later than the end of
1974. After that, the snake will
be too big to scotch.
THIS REPORTER has heard
at least one U.S. government in-
sidera man of extreme ability
place the odds on a Soviet
"go" decision at no less than
70-30. Most would put the odds
much lower. Yet no one can
deny, in the face of the facts
about the Soviet buildup, that
there is at least a material
chance that the decision will be
"go-
lf that is the case, in turn,
the whole world will be auto-
matically plunged into nme-
thing like a Hitler-time without
an Adolf Hitler. An unprovoked
Soviet attack on China must be-
gin with a nuclear attack. Such
a development will alter every
calculation, including every cal-
culation about Soviet behavior
in other crucial areas like the
Middle East.
IN SUM, there is a geat and
desperate turning point ahead.
One kind of turn will produce
the results summarized in the
preceding paragraph. The other
kind of turn will lead to a wholly
novel development of great pow-
er relationships, not without risk
but at least rational. And this
development will emphatically
include the U.S.-Soviet relation-
ship.
Add, further, that the threat
on China's frontier has been the
single secret of President
Nixon's diplomacy. Without that
threat, he could never have
been invited to Peking. Without
the invitation to Peking, the
Mosciw meeting would also have
been impossible, at least in the
circumstances of that moment.
ADD, FINALLY, that the
primary long-term aim of the
President's entire diplomatic
program is to pass the desper-
ate turning point, now lying just
ahead, without Hitler-like con-
sequences.
You can see, then, why the at-
mosphere of the presidential
campaign can be, indeed must be
called hallucinatory. A good deal
of the blame belongs to the
press.
WITH A FEW honorable ex-
ceptions like William Beecher
of the New York Times, the
U.S. press now takes McGovern-
like views on such matters. The
central political fact in the
world landscape is therefore too
unpleasant to report or discuss.
In these circumstances, you
cannot blame the candidates.
But it is hard to be charitable
about the liberal intellectual
community, where the tendency
to self-delusion ultimately orig-
inates.
;>!e Ahavath Sholom. died 20 min-|
utes later.
Dr. Chaim Weizmann hoped the
British Mandate would continue j
another 10-20 years, "enabling us.!
in peace and in calm, to work for!
Palestine."
Anti-Semitic colleagues assaulted
Deputy Michael Landau in Ru- j
mania's Parliament.
Sir Herbert Samuel. British
Liberal Party leader, quit as Home
Secretary over trade policy.
"There seems to be a unanimity
Of (German) opiir'on that the Hit-}
ler political program with respect
to the Jews will never be carried
out." reported Mark Eisner, a
prominent Jewish attorney, of New
Yo-k, after a 5-week survey.
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+Jewisti fhrkHain
Paqe 13-A
YEHOSHVA LEVY COMING OCT. 1315
Histadrut Treasurer
Schedules Visit Here
David C. Gross Named New JPS Executive Veep
David C. Gross of New York has service with the Society,
been named to fill the post of
,
dint of Kcter, Inc., Israeli publish-
Ifelu'-'iu
a Levy, treasurer of the and religious programs operated
lit flftfel and director of by the Histadrut in I<.
Mr. Gross, who is 49. has been \ inK hmlsc-
The Jewish Publication Society.
v. nn headquarters in Philadelphia,
has been publishing books of Jew-
ish interest in the English lan-
guage for almost 85 years. It has
after more than two decades of Pooks and since 1970. vice-presi- n world-wide membership.
executive vice-president of The associated with the New York Post;
Jewish Publication Society of Tcchnion. and the Jewish Tele-
America, succeeding Lesser Zuss- graphic Agency. He was editor
man who will retire in Juno. 1972. and general manager of Sabra
ican desk, will visit
riHOSHVA LEVY
treatrr Miami Oct. 13-15 to meet
pith leaders of the Labor Zionist
Movement and to plan for the
72 Israel Histadrut Campaign
ere.
Mr. Levy, who headed the mas-
live movement of Jewish displaced
ersons from the D.P. camps of
ost-war Europe to Palestine and
den Israel, has directed the day-
D-day operations of the Histadrut
Israel for more than a decade.
Announcement of his visit here
Ivas made by Samuel Feinstein,
Iresidont of the Israel Histadrut
Council of South Florida, and by
Jrtoo Levin, chairman of the board.
The organization conducts a
ronrly campaign for maintenance
Ind building funds for the educa-
tional, medical, welfare, cultural
Projects built by South Florida'
Jewry through the Histadrut in
recent years include th<- Sidney
and Lillian Bolotin Midi al Cen-
tei and the Leon and Lillian Kron-
ish Medical Clinic, both in Rcer-
sheba; the Else Bonem Medical j
Center and the Greater Miami
amal Technical High School, both i
m Ramie; and the Moshe Sharett
College of Business Studies in
Jerusalem.
Dr. I,eon Kronish, honorary
chairman of Histadrut here, also
announced Mr. Lcv-i.1^ election
to the board of directors of the
National Committee of Labor
Israel. In addition, Mr. Levin was
elected to the national board of
the Israel Histadrut Foundation,
of which Dr. Kronish is chairman.
A past president of Histadrut
here, Mr. Levin is chairman of the
C'haim Weizman branch of the
Farband-Labor Zionist Order and
president of Lincoln Diversified
Investments. Inc., headquartered
in Miami Beach.
mot iivw
McGovern Names Cohen To
Coordinate Jewish Affairs
.The appointment of Miamian
Edward Cohen as Jewish Affairs
Coordinator for the Florida Mc-
fDWARD COHCN
n-Shriver campaign was an-
pounced this week by state chair-
fnan T.,lhot D-Alemberte.
"We have asked Ed Cohen to
pake on this voluntary assign-
'"ni." Mr. D'Alemberte said, "be-
Icause of his high standing in the
Jewish community, his knowledge
" rational and international af-
W and political skill. We are
"'I that he has accepted."
^ hi taking the post, Mr. Cohen
haul n,at he views it as "a mission
' take the Jewish issue out of
le presidential campaign. Most
lAmerican Jews were appalled
|Wnen some in a leadership position
wre naive enough to fall into the
jk'-Pulilican trap of making Israel
ls much a part of the game plan
|a< the Southern strategy."
Mr. Cohen said the function of
the McGovern Jewish Affairs
Committee will be to emphasize
the positive actions of the South
Dakota Senator, "as shown by his
record in the Congress and to de-
my thologize the Nixon record
which has been distorted beyond
reason on the questions of Israel
and Soviet Jewry.
"When that comparison is made
we can then turn to the real is-1
sues of 1972, and what our com-1
mittee [eels to be most paramount: j
that What Ls best for America is:
best for the Jewish people both
here and abroad," he added. "Ob-
viously, we believe that the Mc-
Govern-Shriver ticket serves that
purpose best."
Trips To Israel
Revolve Around
25th Anniversary
World Cultural Travel. Inc.. Is j
offering "an unprecedented oppor- j
tunity to visit Is-ael and the Holy j
Land and particioate in Israel's j
25th anniversary." The journey
Includes roundtrip economv jet air-
'a-e from New York City, first
class, four- and three-star hotels
transfers and porterage, three
meals dailv, standard tipping and
taxes, and sightseeing proems.
The seven-day trips may be ex-
tended to 10 or even 14 davs with !
departures from New York City
starting on O-t. 24 and continuing
to Aug. 14, 1973.
Those wishing to flp from their
home city to New York, are eligi-
ble for a special "add-on fare"
which is approximately one-half
the regular airfare cost.
L.S.M.F.T.
COUNTY JUDGE GROUP FIVEppa
Let's Select Milton Feller Tuesday,
Oct. 3. FELLER is'a Director of
Temple Emanu-EI, Israel Histadrut
Foundation legal committee co-
chairman, served 10 years as
Miami Beach Municipal Judge
and his court was commended
. by the American Bar Association.
JAMts m. cox. j. A Co* Newjpoper DANItl j M4HONey j,.
Kblnhtt and 11fodtnf AllMtol* fubiihr
Winner of Four Pulitzer Prizes
trtVAN MtY
HOWADO KKINIHG
JACK KASStWITS
CHU UHtriul WtiWr
Fri.,Sept.l,lT2
our opiniwn*
The News' choices
for judgeships
A primary, such as the com-.
ntunlt? will experience^*
10days.makesapers^v%caan
foranappomtmen^^ utc
aneS Most vof^s fumbling
courts. Most can
With d size
harf,Y Tthe many candidates
primary.
ssQSStss
that every dw* cou
-firs ***
Some very expensive campaign-
HHi
Sswsaa ,-
of the bar association.
Progressive as Florida's judi-
,ial system will be.
carried a step further.
The Editorial Board offers
he following candidate to the
voters:
COUNTY COURT
Group 5: Milton Feller
FELLER
ALSO ENDORSED BY THE
MIAMI BEACH BAR ASSOCIATION,
NORTH DADE JOURNAL, AMERICAN
FEDERATION OF SENIOR CITIZENS,
DAILY SUN-REPORTER, MIAMI BEACH TIMES
AND VOTED QUALIFIED IN THE
DADE COUNTY LAWYERS' POLL
BY A BETTER THAN A 2 TO 1 MARGIN!
VOTE COUNTY-WIDE, GROUP5
FOR COUNTY JUDGE
MILTON

FELLER
Let's Select Milton Feiler, Tues-
day, Oct. 3 FELLER is a director
of the Mac Century Club and of
the Itard Foundation, organiza-
tions which help handicapped
children.
L.S.M.F.T.
COUNTY JUDGE GROUP FIVE pp a
S-lS-lt-Zt
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Page 14-A
fJewisfi Fhrkfiairi
Friday. Septembe-^
4$ We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
The 'Jewish Vote' Is In Transition
Joe Alsop and Nicholas von Hoffman in solo
Flights and Rowland Evans with Rohert Novak as
a journalistic duo have already handed a big slice
of the 1972 "Jewish vote" to
President Nixon. The signs this
year are full of promise for a big
lift for Nixon among Jew* in the
United States.
No one will deny that the fate
of Israel is a key factor in the
prophecies about the Jewish vote.
Had the presidential election
taken place when Secretary of
State William P. Rogers was pressing sharply for
Israeli withdrawal from land held prior to
1987 by the Arabs, a Democratic candidate would
probably have shown great strength in Jewish
wards. Bui now that President Nixon has given
i v< ry indication of adhering to modern U.S. policy
of helping to keep Israel viable', strong, and equip-
ped with ample defensive weaponry, the picture
has changed to a marked degree.
The changes are reflected in reports of pledges
by leaders of large Jewish organizations, some of
them Democrats to the core in previous years, not
inly to vote for the President but to try to per-
suade others lo do so and to help fill the Republi-
can offers. In some quarters, there is considerable
disquiet about the identification of some of the
Jcws-for-Nixon-in-1972 with well-known Jewish or-
ganizations1. Efforts by Jewish community relations
experts to keep Jewish association labels out of
such twisting! and turnings appear to have been
smashed this year. And this is certain to produce
hard feelings in certain quarters.
Rut beyond all these considerations, beyond
speculation that the Nixon forces seem destined
fest itself in November. For it is not only a fanatic
determination to set the Israel survival considera-
tion placed above all other issues that emerges but
to draw a much higher percentage of the vote in
Jewish precincts than at any time since the 15:11
Taft era. there is indication that the n.... .-.
...,.-
Jewish isolationism and lnward-turnine win
a disaffection with o'd liberal coalitions tha<
to have fastened itself on wide sectors ol th. i ?
community. I-s there crime in the street-'" ri.
Democrats. Have Jews been dismayed by the
inlity that the Forest Hill housing project wMm
blacks entree to a Jewish enclave? Blame then. ?
crats. Are there chiselers in abundance on w < .'
rolls? Blame the Democrats. Is runaway inflatir
steering us into a new depression? Hlame r
Democrats.
All this has the heavy smell of scapegoat ah
it. And some who have their eyes riveted on a muc
broader time span than Election Daj 1972
many more issues than the struggle for peace in tj
Middle East are experiencing an uncomfoitiM
feeling that certain lessons of historj arc he,.,
fudged over and certain commitments to econoaZ
and social philosophy are being forgotten in an
rush to the new Jewish conservatism In \
politics.
Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT
Vox Populi-Israel Style
\A/I,: "N THE LITTLE man in Israel wants to let off
steam, when he wants to voice his indignation
against bureaucracy, or against injustices, he finds a
handy outlet in the letterbox columns of the daily papers.
To be sine there are letters deal-
ing with politics, economics and
international issues, but what gives
the letterbox columns their charac-
ter are the communications which
deal with matters that affect the
citizen directly. In this sense they
mirror the life of the community
faithfully. Even a small sampling
like this will give the idea
What one sees in the streets of Tel Aviv creates
Our Film Folk:
By HERBERT G. LUFT
Topol A Detective
yilK ISRAELI A< TOR who appeared on the stage
of Her Majesty's Theatre as Tevye in the musi-
cal Fiddler on the Roof" and subsequently por-
trayed the same part in the film
version at the British Pinewood
Studios, Haim Topol. now roams
the streets of London as an ec-
centric Anglo-Greek detective
shadowing Mia Farrow in the light
and frothy screen comedy. "The
Public Eye." produced by Hal B.
Wallis with veteran director Sir
Carol Reed behind the camera
Topol who won two Golden Globe Awards and
one "Oscar" nomination. Ls a man of many faces
and multiple characterizations; the GO-year-old
shifty-eyed Oriental Jew "Sallah"; a 72-year-old
Bedouin sheik siding with Israel in the war of inde-
pendence against seven Arab countries in "Cast A
Giairt Shadow"; the bearded patriarch Tevye en-
dowed with five daughters in the Sholem Tleiehem
f Utilization; and his own age. the 35-year-old Julian
Cristoforou. an agile, slhn private eye, equipped with
white trenohcoat, cap and the ever-present motor-
cycle, in the madcap faneo from the playlet by Peter
Shaffer the delight of two continents.
Noted director Carol Reed who transposed a
Passover chant inU> the delightful movie, "A Kid
For Two Farthings," with hit current offering went
from the Jewish East End quarters to the fashion-
able streets of Mayfair, Hyde Park, to Hampton
Court Palace, Wi-st minister, the river Thames at
Parliament, the Georgian greenhouse at North-
humbcrland's Syon House, and the Dophinarium at
Windsor's Great Park.
Hal B. Wallis who produced a total of 300
motion pictures which netted him 137 Academy
Award nominations ami 32 Oscars with "The
Public Eye" leaves the field of epic classics and
turns to a kaleidoscope view of London and a
close-up of three people: the married couple por-
trayed by Mchael Jayston (The Nicholas of Sam
Spiegel's "Nicholas and Alexandra") and elfish
Mia Farrow (mother of twins and wife of com-
poser-conductor Andre Previn) and as a "match-
remakcr" of inner joy and wisdom our old friend
Haim To|X>l who reflects cm the stage and screen
today the beat of Jewish and Hebrew humor, a
humor tint springs from a thousand years of suffer-
ing of our people.
-. k.

thi impression that many people haven't eaten for weeks.
The people of Israel starving! They devour sandwiches.
Ice cream, cake. pi?za. peanuts and sunflower seeds in
the street or at the movies. These are certainly not indi-
cations of a highly cultured society." Signed Moshe
Goldstein, Tel Aviv.
In answer to some complaints, the spokesman of
the Israel Defense Forces writes: When soldiers are lined
up at road crossings, waiting for a lift, girl soldiers must
wait their turn. The rule is. first, come gets the first lift.
No priority may he shown to anyone because of sex.
That brought a reply from Reuben Baruchin of Haifa,
mourning the decline of the glorious tradition of knight-
hood.
"When I dial 15 on the telephone to obtain the exact
time, why is the time always sixty seconds behind the
time signal on tlie radio? Can't we get some synchroni-
zation here?" Signed Aryan Ben-David, Jerusalem.
The rush to commercialize Jerusalem and plaster the
skyline with gaudy hotels stimulates one reader to react
as follows! "Nothing wrong with the idea at all! We should
learn to appreciate the value of the tourist dollar. There's
plenty of room for more hotels. Why not one up on Mt.
Herzl? There's a lovely spot right next to the tomb. And
a hotel next to the Western Wall. For a fee, tourists can
blow the shofar, and for an additional fee they will be
able to carve their names on the stones of the wall. An-
other hotel can be next to the Dome of the Rock, and a
charge can be made for the privilege of laying the cor-
nerstone of the third temple. A hotel in the Kumran
Caves! Where else in the world can a tourist write his
own Dead Sea Scrolls and air-conditioned in the sum-
mer. We can become the most bc-hotellcd country in the
world, and every tourist will be able to utter the tradi-
tional blessing: Blessed art Thou. O Lord our God, King
of the Universe, who creates various kinds of hotels."
Signed Dr. Raphael Kutscher. Jerusalem.
Other correspondents also go in for satire. Writes
one young woman: "Last Saturday I visited a friend of
mine at 50 Bari Street,, Tel Aviv. There Ls a special place
there reserved for ears of residents. By mistake I left
my car in the place adjacent to that which belongs to
my friend. When I emerged from the visit I found that
the air had been let out of one of my tires, and this de-
spite the fact th-it there were still plenty of other park-
tog spaces free I vish at this time to express my thanks
to Engineer Hanin to whom the parking space belonged,
and who apparently took care of my car. I am glad he
let the air out of only one tire. Obviously anyone else
less cultured, or uneducated, would have dealt thus with
all four tires, and perhaps might have left his stamp
on other parts of the car as well. Mr. Hanin Ls obviously
a refined and educated person. My thanks to him."
Raya Jacobson. Rehovoth.
The letters that get immediate results are those
which complain: "Why isn't the garbage collected more
often in our neighborhood? Why hasn't my letter to a
certain government agency been answered. Why hasn'1
the city repaired a hole in the road?"
Most common complaint: The rudeness of |LS drivers.
And the most frequent letter of all. in one form or
another, reads: "The soldier who was given a lift from
Jei-usalem to Tel Aviv last Sunday in a blue ear and left
a package containing a pair of trousers and two books
may obtain same by telephoning ."
THE WORLD OF SHOW BIZ George Friedmwl
Sandy Has His Day
^s DEFTL1 As he used to slip thi,.; strike] f
Uliwarj batters 2,39(5 of them in > 325 inmr-J
over '.2 years Sandy Koufa.X enten I Mwtk.jl
Hail of Fame in Cooperstown, NY. on Aug. 7.
a brief speech extending "a great deal ol th3i
to those who had had a lot more faith than I hall
to he honest' that his 'inglorious" star: woul I
to supcrstardom.
Later, surrounded in his hotel lobby by auM
graph-seekers young and old. Sandy fielded a
tion from your correspondent: Did it mean ar.t.l
thing to him that he was one of only two Jpsja]
members of the l.'M-man Hall of Fame d|-.
Greenberg having been elected in 193fit? If I
resented the question, he didn't show it. :
graciously- and interrupting his signing! I
it that "I'd rather be known as one of only r.!r,-|
left-handed pitchers in the Hall of Fame." HUm
are 25 right lea enshrined.) One of those other W.]
ties, as it happened, was being induct.'I the saw
day- Lefty Gomez. And two others were sitting
only a few yards away Lefty Grove and Ru>|
Marquard.
Sandy, showing no outward reaction when W
one shouted "Mazel tov!." was then asked why at I
hadn't discussed his religious beliefs in hi< othenvfe
outspoken 19fi6 autobiography, "Koufax." N
sponded that "My personal life, as far as I'm to*
corned, is personal," and said he hop.-.I his Ques-
tioner would understand. He was reminded that
then- was in fact one point in his 293-page book in
Which his Jewish pride- in the best sense of the !
word surfaced It concerned his early contract !
negotiations With the New York Yankees. Alts
courting him with several non-Jewish scouts, the
team sent a Jewish scout to handle the actual act-
ing. "It orfended us," he said in the book. "It Ml
just a little too obvious."
Handy Sandy, who will be 37 on Dee. .10. was
an admittedly "indifferent'1 student; but therewa
fun with the neighborhood "nut," a boy named
Butch Sandy's grandmother used to throw water
on that "meshuguiva," but he survived and became
Baddy Hackett.
After being rejected by the Yankees and the
Pittsburgh Pirates, he made it to the big leacw in
1055 with the Brooklyn Dodgers without harm:
thrown a pitch in the minors. He registered!*flat
win in his seventh game, striking out 14 Cincinnati
Reds along the way. Throughout his career, he re-
quested and received permission not to pitch on
the High Holidays.
Sandy was forced to retire in 1966- ,hc
peak of his career, at the age of only 30- ?oa*m>t
to risk permanent dtmage to his arthritic arm and
Ls now a sportscastor for NBC. The slender south-
paw's Cooperstown plaque reads:
SANDY KOIFAX
"SANDY-
BROOKLYN N.I-. IKM-I"
LOS AM.II.Ks N.I.. IMB-M
Set all-linn- records with i no-hlttcr* in t ,Mr*'
Capped ly HXJ.1 patted game, and by aft"*l
earne<|-nin title Bye seasons In a row. IPtM* "
' or more Raines three time*. Hud II shutout-*'"
IMS. Strikeout i.-.i.l.-r four times, with record :W-
in I9M. Fanned IX in a game twice. Mtst !*
player IMS. Cy Young; Award winner We$4M
The Young Award recognizes each year's out-
standing season-long pitching. It is named for U*
only man ever to capture 500 major league vic-
tories, the late fVnton True (Cyclone) Younc.


September 22, 1972
+Jewlst ncrldiar
Page i5-A
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTIC:
LEGAL NOTICE
.COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
EC IN AND FOR
HI COUNTY. FLORIDA
"" |N PROBATE
No. 72-4449
iBTHUR W. P"IMM0
I, oTiCE TO CREDITORS
! ,|e "I
LtoOLDMAN
'. -, ,1
.lil-"
i-hi aii persons nv-
i ,,,.,11.1- Against Bald
. herd)) Wtlflsd and ri"
.'., niwrlil '"> claims and do-
.Inch
..uiiiv
ill.- *
ihi-ir
Inn
may have against
VU.KK1 OOUMJAN
,1 (Hide County. Florida.
ludges pi Dad* County,
, in duplicate u.i.l as
Section 733.18. Florida
.rriceK in ill'- 1'i.un-
,. Dade County, Flor-
ih.- in-' publication here-
:,. v.nv "ill be barred.
: .J uinml. Florida, tills r.i
SSESaX IcicSUMAX
.Vi.i:i.1. i: DBCHTEB
R08K M. OOLDMAN
v- Co-Executors
publication of llil" notice on
Hh da) "I September, 1972.
Joseph Schmler
tiem-v lor Estate
(OS Lincoln Road
" "a>/?.'j.t8^
_E COUNTY JUDGES COURT
UNO FOR DADE COUNTY,
ULRICA IN PROBATE
No. 72-4284
;.|:i|.- "I
|i|.i:\i"'i:i-'
&.0TICE TO CREDITORS
,,,,,,. .. ,! .\ll Persons II.iv -
;ll. .., i k niandM Against Buid
, hrri-l>> notllled and requlr-
. i.mil- and demand*
niu) linvf against the --
XX si'l 'l 'KM III' dei i ased
[laili* I'ounty. Florida, io the
.i Dado County, and
iluplli-nle and an pro-
St-i lion 7M.II. Florida Btat-
i.i. en in the ounlj
.,. in Dadi County, Florida,
trail ndnr in..mil- Irom the
iiubllcatlon hereof, or
... u-ill i"- burred.
nl Miami, Florida, ibis 5th
September, a n 1972
Al AX SII.VBR
A- Executor
imMlcalioii of this notice on
;.. day "i September, 197!
t':|i Kill ii>P
I I ,v Kill "OP
.. for Kstate
In II.....i Mall
I beach, Florida MISS
9 13-32-29 10 S
riCE BY PUBLICATION
IE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
.ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
[FLORIDA. DADE COUNTY.
Cist No. 72-18266
IX JIMENEZ,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-4212
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ill RE: Kstate of
HARRY GULDEN
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Person* Hav-
ing Claims or Iiemand.- Against Said
Estate:
Y..U are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims anil de-
mands which you may have against
the estate >.r harry OUI.DEX de-
ceased late of Dade County Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County.
and file the sam>- In duplicate and as
provided In Section TM.lc. Florida
Statutes, in their offices in th.' i'.un-
tx- Courthouse in Dade County, Florida.
within six calendar months from the
lime of the first publication hereof,
or the same will he barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this SI
day of AukusI. A.D. I8TS.
FANNIE C.Ol.PEN
An Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 88 .lay of August, i:i7:.
JOSEPH SCHM1ER
Attorney for Estate.
0i'"> Lincoln Road.
.Miami Beach. Put. x"."-9
-1-8-1&-M
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Aeta of 1941
File No. 72 A 615
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
Municipal Consultants fnc holder of
County Tax Sale Certificate No. SSI*
issued the 1st day of June. A.D.
1970. has filed the same in my office,
aiul has made application for a tax
.bed lo be Issued thereon. Said Cer-
tificate embraces the following de-
scribed property In the Couuty ol
Dnde. State of Florida, to-wil:
Lots 1 to .". hie Ulock 87, Lights
Resub of Blk 07, Plat Book I!
Page "".. Si-.-ii'.ii IS, Township 53
South, Range -li East, in the
County of Dnde, Btate of Florida.
This deed will be Issued subject to
nil other outstanding ilelhurueiil City
if Hlaleah taxes and liens.
The assessment ol s.ii.l property
under the said certlllcnte was in th.
name of: i 'larn J. Shaffer
Cnless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, the prop-
erty described herein will be sold ti
the highest bidder for cash at thi
Courthouse door on iho first Monday
in the month of October. 1972, Which
is the 2nd day of October, 1812.
Dated this 28th day of August, 1972.
K l: I.KATIIKRMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court,
Dnde County, Florida.
By I" F OuMstrand, D.C.
Clrcuil Courl Seal
9-t-S-Ki-S!
NOTICE Oh ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SFRVICE
(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
IX UK
Adoption of LIZET RODRIGUEZ,
a minor.
Bj DAVID FERRIS,
Her Stepfather
TO: ADOLFO PEDRO RODRIOl'EZ
Residence unknown
VOC ARE HEREBY XOTIFIKH
that an action f..r Petition for Adop-
tion has been filed against you and
you are required lo serve a copy of
; your written defenses, if any. to it
I on David E. Stone, attorney for Pe-
titioner, whose address is mi N.W.
Uth Avenue. Miami. Florida, and
and file the original with the clerk of
the above stylist court on or before
I October t, 197'-': otherwise u defuull
wilt be entered against you for the
I relief demanded in the complaint or
i petition.
This notice sh::ll be published once
each w.'ek for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDlAN.
\\TTNBSB my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
89 day of August. 1972.
E. B. I.KATIIKRMAN.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Hade County, Florida
By C P. COPBLAND
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Real)
DAVID E STONE
STONE a; SOSTCHIN
lo: N.W. is Avenue
Miami. Florida S8128
Attorns] for Petitioner
9-1-8-13-22
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-1255
In RE: Estate of
ESTREI.I A Cl< iJIEZ
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demunds
which you may have against the es-
tate of ESTREI.I A QOMEZ deceased
late of Hade County. Florida to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same In duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 738.18, Florida Stat-
utes, in th*-ir 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 84th
day of August. A.D. 1971'
GERARD A. VEGA
As Administrator Cum T. stameuto
Aun.'Xo
First publication of this notice on
the 1st day of Soptomlier. 1972.
OOI.DJ1AN*. GOLDSTEIN
A.- PACZIER
Attorney for Estate
2401 West Flagler St.
8/1-8-K.-22
|| MKDIXA and
I UKDIN \. his wife,

, BI.M MEDINA and
I HA I MEDINA, his wife,
ESIHKXCK I'NKXtnVM
aim: XiiTIFIED thai n Com-
i i Foreclosure on prop-
Psidi County, Florida, legally
n Block s. SWEET-
|T:.i: ESTATES, according lo
I'lal llieriHif. as recorded In
Page -a;, of the Pub-
-is ..i Dole County, Fl
lied
ngainsi you ant
to serve s copy of your
def. uses, if any, to it on
Wax. litu.DSTElN I'ac-
i.ttorn.yy i..i Plaintiff, whose
- :i"i West Flagler Street,
Florida. 33135, on or before
:: and file the original
li Clerk of this Court either
rvlr...... Fiaintiif's attorney
bat.lv thereafter; otherwise, I
ill will he entered against you ]
i.ii.t demanded in the Com-
l'N::ss my hand and the seal of
n ..a ih.. r. day of September,
II I.KATHKRM.W.
I.il, of lb. Court
By It. XL KI88EE
Deputy Clerk
9 S-l.'.-L'L'-L'H
'HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 72-18558
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
riii Mm.um, iif
[[' I'IMIK.XTA, husband and
IU/1 I'IMIENTA, wife.
;">AI I \ I'lMM'.XTA
nW Xlearagua
ARK HEREBY notified that a
1 ror Dissolution of Marriage
'ii filed against you. and you
rel>s required to serve a copy
pur answer or other defense or
Him to n. Petition on the llu--
Atlorney, l.KSTKIt ROC.ERS.
h".-.- address is 14".4 N.W.
t Av.-nu... Miami. Florida, 3Sli'i.
I'll-tin- original with the Clerk
_ toil v. styled court, on or be-
"< Mth day of Oct., 1972. or a
Pr'i.,vv'" '"' entered against you.
f1^' this 8th day of Sept.. 1972.
E. M I.FATHKRMAN
' l.rk of Circuit Court
.a. ..'" I: KKSEE
"it < i.urt Seal)
15-22-29 lft/6
0TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
is HEREBY c.rVKN that
" fitn.d. desiring to engage In
Under 'he fictitious name of
-. sTDltF.S at 17923-17971 South
"Wnway, Perrine, Fin. intend tc
r sain name with the clerk of
,"' Court of Dade County.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-4377
In RE: Kstate Of
DAVID R .....'HBERG
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors anil All Persons Hav-
ing claim-- or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed lo present any claims and demand*
which you maj have against the ce-
ll.....f DAVID 1! HOCHBBRO de-
. Ceased late of l>:nb- County. Florida,
1 lo Ui. County Judges of Dnde Count)
i mid file the same In duplicate and as
provided in Section 783.16, Florida
', Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Had.- County, Flo-
j rida. within six calendar months from
il you the time of the Ural publication here-
of, or ih.- same will be barred.
Dated al Miami. Florida, this 2.'.lh
day of August, A.D. 1972.
JACQUELINE S HOCHBERO
As Executrix
First publication ol this nolle* on
1 the 1st day of September, 1972,
1 DAVID P. CAT8MAN
i Attorney for Executrix
! lja s.E. 2nd Avc Miami. Fla.
ii 1-8-16-22
relief demanded
1972
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
XOTH-E IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ol
SPORT X' COI'RT BOUTIQUES at
11808 Rlseayne Boulevard, North Mi-
ami. Fla. inland to register said name
with th. Clerk "f ihe Circuit Courl ..t
ii.ot. County Florida.
SPORT X" COI'RT BOCTIQUES,
INC
a Florida oipoi a tion
9 18-22-29 1"
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
1 NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ol
I I'.CSP.O COMPANY at .lot N.E. 18th
I Street, Miami. Fla. inland i.> register
I said name with the Clerk ol the Clr-
I cull Court of Hade Countv. Florida.
ROBERT BUSING
l-.EKNIECF. IS BUSING
! Marx M. Faher
j Attorney for applicants
80S Alnsley nidg.
.Miami. Fla. ,
9/18-22-29 I"
PTl
-MORTON VICTOR
si', .. I!" s UCVTNE
"HI PPARD FABER
l-'Vlile
I Gables, Fh,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-18333
IN RE: PETITIl IN OF JACK
Cl IPFORD and GENEVA PAYNE
STEWART
TO: U II.I.AIMi THIESSBN and
MARY BORROWS THIESSE.X
RESIDENCK OR RESIDENCES
CNKNi IWN
VOC ARK NOTIFIED tliat ilv.- above
named Petitioners CLIFFORD STEW-
ART and GENEVA PAYNE STEW-
ART, have filed a Petition In the above
styled Court for the adoption of the
minor child named in that Petition
and you are commanded to serve a
cOpy Of your written defenses, if any i
on OEOIIGE CLARK smith. Peti-
tioners Attorney, at ;:'.; N.E. 88th
Street, Miami Florida! SS1S8, on or
before October IS. 1972 and file the,
original with the Clerk of this Courl
either before service on Petitioner*
Attorney ..r immediately thereafter;
otherwise a Default may be entered
against you for the
in Hi. Petition.
1 la ted September >'
(Circuit Court Seal)
i: i: I.KATHER.MAN
CLERK OF CIRCl'IT COI'RT
BY: C. P, IS IPELAND (d c)
____________________ 9/8-13-22-29
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-3416
In RE: Estate ol
PAl'LINE SPINDEL,
li,, ensi .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims ami demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of PAULINE BPlNDEL deceas-
ed late of Dade County, Florida, to
the Count) Judges of Bade County.
and file the .-am. in duplicate and as
provided In Section 7:::: 16, Florida
Statutes, in ill. ir offices In Ihe Coun-
iy Courthouse In Dade County, Flo-
rida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
1 of. or tin- sain.- will be barred,
Haled al Miami. Florida, this 23rd
day of August, A.t> 11*72.
.ii isll REPHLTN
As Administrator
Fii-t publlcatli.....f this notice on
the I-i day ot September, 1972.
JOSH RKPIICN
Attorney for Administrator
1370 Washington Avenue.
Miami Beach, Florida 331S9
_____9 1-8-1."
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-4313
Frank B. Dowlinq
In RE: Estate ol
JI'NirS n Ml "RRISON,
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Snlu
Estate:
You arc hereby notified and requlr-
. ed t.. present any claims and demands i
which >U mny havu against Ihe es- I
tat.' of JUNIUS 1>. MORRISON de-I
ceased late of Dade County. Florida.
io the county judges of Had.' County.
land file Ihe same III duplicate and a-
I provided In Section 73S.18. Florida
' Statutes in their offices In the Coun-
i iv Courthouse In Dade County. Flo-
i rida. within six calendar months from
: the lime of the first publication here-
, or or tin same will be barred,
Dated at Miami. Florida .this 23rd
day of August. AH. IMS.
1,11. KIRK II. MORRISON
As Administratrix
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-3683 Dowling
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Kstate of
CHARLES Thomson. Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Bstnte:
You are hereby notified and re-
' quired lo present any claims and de-
mands which you "lay haw against
the estr'e "I CHARLES THOMSON
I deceased late of Dade County. Flor-
ida, to the County Judges ol Dad*
County, and file the .-ana- in duplicate
and as provided iii S.'i'lion 738.18 Flor-
, nia sta.ui.-s. in their offices in the
I Counts Courthouse In Dnde County,
Florida, within six calendar months
from the lime ol the first publication
hereof, or the sain, will be barred
Dated al Miami. Florida, tin.- 29lh
. day o| August. A.D. 1972.
YVALLACh X MAI'.K
Suite No i, Couri View Bl'lg.
I lit" N\V H A v., .Miami. Fl. :.3ur.
As Executor
First publication ot ibis notice on
i the isi day of Beptember, 1972,
WALLACE X. MAER
Attorney for Executor
Suite No, I Court View I'.ldg.
Itlu N\V 11 A v., Miami, PI 88123
t-i-8-ir.-22
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX l)EED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File No. 72 A 521
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN thai
Metro Consultants Inc holder of
County Tax Sale Certificate No. 3......
Issued Ihe 1st day of .li...... A.D 197".
has filed same in my office, and has
made application for a lax deed lo
be Issued thereon Said Certificate
embraces the f-illowing described
prop, rii iii Ihe Counts of Dade, State
of Florida, to- Il:
Lot 7 Block 6, Taiuin Waterway
Sub I'lal llOOk 111 I'age 2, i" the
County of Dade, Slate of Florida
This deed will be Issued subject to all
other outstanding delinquent Cltj ..t
Miami Bench taxes and liens,
Th. assessment of said property
under the said certificate was in the
name of: 6X1 \V "' Corp
inl.s- sai.i certificate shall b.' re-
deemed according to law, the prop-
erty described herein will be so.d lo
the highest bidder for cash al the
Courthouse door on Ihe fitsn Mondnj
in the month of October, 197:. which
is the 2nd day of October, 1972.
Dated this 28th day of August, 197'.'.
K. B. I.EATHERMAN,
Clerk of Clrcuil <". urt.
Pad.- Countv. Florida
Bj l" P Ouldstrund, li C
Chcuii Coun Seal
il.1-8-13-22
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-4571
in RE: Estate of
CHARLES ORKIN,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Cruditi is and All Persons Hav-
ing ''I.urn- or luiauds Against Said
Estute:
You are hei .by notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and d.-mands
which you muy have ugalnst the es-
tate ol CHARLES ORKIN, deceased
bite oi Dad.- Countv. Florida, to Ihe
County Judges of Dnde County, and
file the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.16, Florida Stat-
utes, In their offices in the I'ounty
Courthouse iii Dade i'ounty, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Hated at Miami. Florida, this 7111
da> of September, A.D. 1972.
RACHEL I* ORKIN
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the I .Mil day of Bopt. 1972.
8NYDER, Yocxi; \- BTERN
Attorneys for
Itachel i.. Orkin, Executrix
17:.:. N.E. 164th St.,
No. Miami Beach, Fla. 88160
9/13-22-29 1" 6
IN THE "COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-4220
In RE: Kstate of
WILLIAM Ii. PERI-STEIN
I leceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Kstate:
You arc hereby notified and requir-
ed lo present nil) claims and demands
which you may have against Ihe estate
ot WILLIAM II PERI.STEIN deceas-
ed lai..... Dade County, Florida, to
the County Judges of Dnde County,
and file the sum.- in duplicate and nS
provided in Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in Ihe Coun-
ts Courthouse in Dnde County, Flo-
tilla, within six cnlendai m.....li- from
ihe iim.. ,.r ihe first publication here-
of, or the sain.- will l barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, ibis ?Mll
das of August. A 11 1972.
ALICE PERLSTEIN
As Kx.-clltlix
First publication of this notice on
I the 1Mb .lav ,,r Septi mher 1972
i HENRY X< IRTON
! Vttorney for Executrix
| I -Iim: Rlseayne Huildin-
Miami. Florida S3 ISO
9 13-22-29 1" r.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-4344
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
in RE: Rstate '
Al TEH MAINSTER
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn in Creditor, and All F'orvoip. flnv-
Inc Claim- or Di ma lids Agnlnsl Said
Ks'ite:
You are hereby notified and r.....ic-
ed io present any claims and demands
which you mnv li^ \-. nir.tlnsl Ihe --
late of ALTER MAINSTER de. eased
late of Dnde Cou <\ Florida to tins
County Judges of I>.,.|, Count)-, an.l
fl!.- tin- same in dunllonle and ns pro.
vi.b-.| in Section 73316, Florid:, Stat-
utes, in their offices In lbs County
Courthouse in Dnde County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
lime of the first publication hereof,
or the same will he barred
Dated al Miami. Florid.,, this 7
daj ,.f September. A D. 1972
- MT'RRAY I) MAINSTER
- ROSLYN KORRNER
As K\. emors
First publication of ibis untie* on
the i:.ili tiny of s.-I.i.-ml., i 197
PHILIP I'.l.ini.M. ESQ.
1121 City National Bank Blug.
l'.". West Flagler Struct
Miami. Florida 38186
9. 13-22-29 !'*
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY OIVEN thai
iIh undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ol
MORTON X BCHWARTZMAN, M.D
,,i :.:.:, Kilimoiv Way, Coral t
Fla. Intends to register said
with the Clerk of the circuit
of Hade County. Florida.
MORTON X BCHWARTZMAN
AND ASSOCIATES I'A.
Sparber, Kernel. Roskin t
li.ilbl.....or I' A
Attorneys for applicants
1 .mi \. Rlseayne Boulevard
Miami. Fill
;.. 13-22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of HOME INSPECTION CONSUL-
TANTS OF SOUTH FLORIDA at
North Miami Reach. Fin. Intends to
hies, I register said name with the Clerk of
lame "ie Clrcuil Court >-i Dade County,
,,url Florida.
TIIKol IRE SIOMAN
9 13-22-29 I" .:
M li.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN lhal
the undersigned, desiring to engngi
business under Ihe fictitious name
Raul R Ollva BO'S
,,.. I. l.a*aga ^j^.,..,.
PEDIATRIC ASSOCIATKS. PA at
1001 8.W. 8?th Avenue. Miami. Fla.
Intend to register said name with the
clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
Countv, Florida.
DRS STK.MKRMAX. BROWN AXD
IAZARUS
PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATH H
Sparber. Zemcl. Roskin fc
H.ilbronner P.A.
Attorneys for anpllcanls
Inn N. Iliscas I"' r.ollb'vard
.Miami. Fla.
: 15-22-29 1" :
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NtlTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring Hi engage
in business under tlu* rictlUous name
of DAVIT) LYNN'S COFFEE BREAK
SERVICE ai 816 N.W. I Ith Siren.
' Miami, Fla. intends lo register said
nnmv with the Cktrk of ih.- cir.-uit
Court of Dnde County. Florida
CATERINO HV DAVID LYKN. INC.
In, By: David Lynn, President
of I Attest: Kaihyn Lynn, Sssretary
9'8-15-22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under Ihe fictitious name
of BKMANARIO CANDILEJAS at
8880 B.W. 84th Avenue. Miami. 1-la in-
tends to register said name with me
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
ROBERTO EOUES
s 1-15-22-89
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th. undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name .a
DORAL PAVING at 8881 W. Flagler
Street, Miami. Florida intends to res -
later said name with the Clerk of the
Clrcuil Courl ol Pad,- County, Flor-
Uta" ALCOA PAV1XC. INC..
a Florida c.rporatloii
by MIQL'EL Al.\ AREZ, President
9-1-8-16-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice is Hereby oiven tinn
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
.,( THE SECURITY TIMES at Pad.
County. Fla. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court "I Hade I'ounty. Florida.
PRIVATE INTELUOENCE
SERVICE IXC
a Florida corporation
Sidney Kfronsnll
attorney for applb ant
612 Alnsley Bldg.
Miami. Fla. .
;. 15-22-29 I" '
\\ II.I.IAM J C.til.HW 'l:N
A ASSOCIATKS
Attorneys for
Caterina by David l.vnn. Inc.
ix.....'oral Way, Miami 3:114:.
9, 18-88-29
in k
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned] desiring in engage
in business under the fictitious name
of iil.owci' at Miami, Fla, Intend lo
register said name with the Clark of
the Circuit Court Id Hade County,
Florida
PHII.IP A FKI UMAX
LEAH FF.I.PMAN
ROBIN FELDMAN
9/13-22.-29 10/6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
i: ft P TIRE at l""J E. 87th Sir.-.i.
Hlaleah. Fla. intend In register said
name with the Clerk ol the Circuit
Court of Dnde coum.v. Florida
EMILIANO GARCIA
ERODES PRIETt '
18-88-89 10/8



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^Jewish Floridian
IMiomi,
Florida Friday, September 22, 1972
General Assembly Is Under
Tight Security Precautions
***** Vote On Allocations
To Israel Expected
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
I The General Assembly opened
Iits 27lli session this week under
I the tightest security precautions
I in more than a decade as inci-
Icienis of violence and warfare in
I many parts of the world in-
creased fears that terrorist acts
[niis,'lil be perpetrated at the
Keadquarters of the world or-
anlzation.
The issue of terrorism itself is
ex: ected to be high on the agen-
|(|a during the 18-week Assembly
[session placed there at the ur-
gent request of Secretary Gen-
eral Kurt Waldheim in the
kftermath of the Munich mur-
pers Si i >t. 5.
As the General Assembly con-
vened. IS white doves, a univer-
(. symbol of peace, were re-
leased in Uag Hammarskjold
Plaza outside the l".N. building.
The symbolic gesture win ar-
Mffed by the Greater New
i'ork ( onferenee on Soviet Jew-
ry, which simultaneously called
n the I'.N. delegates to act im-
hiediatch to end the exorbitant
MM tees demanded by Soviet
nlhorities from college-educat-
M Jews seeking to leave the
Soviet I'nlon.
Spokesmen for the Greater
Js'ew York Conference said the
elease of the doves constituted
a message of solidarity and en-
couragement for Soviet Jews.
Jewish leaders expressed the
hope that the issue of the ex-
cessive visa fees will be raised
at the current Assembly session
by the United States and other
world powers.
Even as delegates began to
convene, the Middle F.'ast was
high on the Assembly's agenda.
Stanislavv Trepczynski, Deputy
Foreign Minister of Poland who
was elected General Assembly
president, stated in his accept-
ance speech that there were still
no signs of a lasting peace in
the Middle East.
"The V.S.," he declared, "has
committed Its authority to help
settle this long-standing dispute.
We have a right to demand that
the will and the divisions of our
organizations be respected, de-
cisions which, if fully complied
with, should bring about the
solution so earnestly desired,
and not only by the population
of that region."
Adam Malik, Foreign Minister
of Indonesia and temporary
president of the Assembly be-
fore Mr. TrejK'zynski was elect-
ed, also noted that the only road
to a |>eaceful solution of the
Mideast problem lay in strict
compliance with the provisions
of the Security Council and As-
sembly decisions on that ques-
tion.
The proliferation of violence
through acts of terrorism such
as the killing of 11 Israeli
Olympic athletes at Munich, the
booby-trap murder of an Israeli
diplomat in London, new aerial
hijackings, new fighting in the
Middle East and Uganda, make
it impossible for the General
Assembly to avoid the issue
posed, observers said.
The United States is expected
to push hard for action eliminat-
ing asylum for the |>crpetrators
of terrorist acts, including sky-
jacking, kidnapping and bomb-
ings.
Some sources said that efforts
might be made to refer the mat-
ter to the Legal Committee in
order to avoid debate and con-
centrate on drafting a resolu-
tion.
1st Atzmauth Award To Be
Presented At Bond Dinner
IT mple Beth Sholom's annual
Irael Dinner of State Oct. 8 at
ft- Fontainebleau Hotel will be
scene of the first presentation
the new Atzmauth Award, a
lauue dedicated to the 25th an-
Kersary of the State of Israel.
I The new award marking Israel's
Dependence will be presented to
bnorecs who are members of con-
tcgations who sponsor dinners in
V ill ol Israel Bonds.
iRabbi I yon Kronish of Temple
Hit Sholom has begun discussing
l.i;:- for his congregation's diu-
Ir during a series of receptions.
[Mr, and Mrs. Marvin Stonberg
have already entertained congre-
gation members at their home at
537 Lakeview Dr.. Miami Beach.
The next reception will bo held at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jules
Arkin. 250 North Hibiscus Dr., Mi-
ami Beach. Monday at 8 p.m. Other
receptions will be announced soon.
Rabbi Kronish, who is also chair-
man of the National Rabbinic Cab-
inet of State of Israel Bonds, has
predicted that the campaign to ob-
tain Bond subscriptions in more
than SCO synagogues throughout
the United States and Canada dur-
ing the High Holidays would bring
in 35 million.
Last year's High Holiday effort
netted 525 million in bond sales.
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tio ftt tfcc I'tpnv niih ttwuvtft#5Hry *>( us iiid>r*n STATH OK 1SKAKI. BONDS

Atzmauth, the Hebrew word for independence inscribed on
an award, is surmounted by the official emblem for the cele-
bration of Israel's 25th anniversary. This new award for
high participation in the Israel Bond drive will be pre-
sented at Temple Beth Sholom's annual Israel Dinner of
State, Oct. 8, at the Fontainebleau Hotel. It bears the in-
scription: "For sharing to an impressive degree in further-
ing the development of Israel in the historic year of the
celebration of the 25th anniversary of its independence."
WASHINGTON (JTA)
How much money Congress will
allocate to Israel in the U.S.
government's foreign aid budget
for this fiscal year (which be-
gan July 1) is expected to be-
come clear by the end of this
week.
The House of Representatives
will vote on its Appropriations
Committee's bill, which allows
these sums for Israel: up to
$300 million in military sales
credits. i'p to $50 million
in economic supporting assist-
ance and $50 million for the re-
settlement of Soviet refugees,
including Jews.
Israel will also receive an es-
timated $3 million from a S2">.">
million lump stun allocation for
American schools and other in-
stitutions around the world. The
exact allocations are to be de-
termined by the Agency for In-
ternational Development (AID).
The House may see a floor
fight on the Soviet refugee as-
sistance bill, since both the
House and the Senate have each
already authorized $85 million
each for that puriwse in the
State Department budget.
The House Appropriation Com-
mittee's reduction of $35 million
came to light in its recommen-
dation to the chamber of a $4.2
billion budget for all U.S. gov-
ernment foreign operations, one
billion less than the Nixon ad-
ministration requested.
The Senate Foreign Relations
Committee adopted a foreign aid
program which authorizes a
ceiling of $300 million for mili-
tary sales and $50 million for
economic assistance to Israel the
same as in the House measure.
The Senate's Appropriations
Committee is expected to act
Friday on the funding after the
expected House action on the
$4.2 billion foreign operations
bill. The latter includes, in addi-
tion to foreign aid. funds for
the International Bank, the
State Department, USIA and
AID.
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Friday, September 22. 1972
Hebrew Academy Faculty
Includes 3 Of Its Graduates
Tlir si tdenti at the
i ;. iti r Mia nr A sademy
tl '.
nool ti>:< year,
.: in? one of th ; rimary
rh inizarion.
Leslie Picket Tova Caveil an l
. _. ii Bark iiv the ooethne
!. n Acadcmj pupils who now
instruct at t!io South'- largest Hc-
w day school.
P.nh'n Msxander S. G:-o->. prtn-
ipal, ami Miami Beach attorney
Irving Firtol. president, said the
achievement = probnbK- only a
csfimlne. Several acVKtionai He-
cw a ademy graduates intend
> become teachers at their alma
i : [n !.' next year or two.
The.* young women, each vi-
i. \ concerned with Jewish equ-
ation Jewish philosophy, and
h youth, evented a common
vemenl and <--nse of nerma-
ent I' : tit; with the Hih-ew
ic demj sine; to continue
their ties with the schoal a*
aeh .-
Yet their parallel objective*
eali I th ough different
onci ts of Movement
Leslie Picker teaches
: iin Acadcmj I nglish Dei

, In 1962 i iiin_- six years a* a
-i i nt. i- slie fi the Acaderro
to reli il n Is lei with her par-
nu. The following year, when
her mother became i'.'. she re-
turned with them to Miami Beach.
She ].. taught Hebrew in sev-
]': u dn i iti-'* and graduated
m 'he University of Florida.
a ch drama and English ma-
rt-, -he now teaches an interme-
liate drama class at the YM-
VWHA, She also i preparing her
Hebrew Academy class to present
Uiv* on Lincoln's birthday and
Veteran's Day.
Dismissing the emotional tran-
sition from student to teacher at
tlM same school. Leslie said -he
had always wished to l>eeome a
teacher at the Acedemy and know
that she wouki like it. She was.
however, unprepared tor the "spe-
cial feeling of exhilaration'' she,
j_ot< from being on the other side
i the de*k.
Tma Caveil also i* teaching her
first semester at the Academy.
Tova, however, L* on the faculty
I the Hebrew Department, teach-
ing grades eight and nine.
This year. Tova earned a B.A.
at Columbia University. She also
ttended Stern Colleee and the
Jewish Theological Seminary of
Amerl a.
ML-s Caveil, a student at the'
Hebrew Academy from 1961 to
1967, !;,- jr. the first graduating
i lass of tl>e affiliated O&a and
M irgarcl Weishaus Hk'h School
tor Girls.
Although a Hebrew Academy
"product" ol ordj three years, she
tautdit at the Academy a* a sub-
stituh teacher during the 19TJ
Tova attributes her "total In-
volvement" with Jewish elucation
..Biiit> nativities to her
initial identity with the Academy
which influenced her desire to
i higher levels of Jew i-h
education.
Penny Jane Berk was a -tudent
at the A idemj tor grades one
through six, and attended th Mi-
ami Beach Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation"* Hehrew H'Th vhool.
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Dado Junior College and. :i i
n the t'lii-"
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seventh and eighth grade El
se* at the Academy.
From 1970 to 1972. Penny Jane
attended the University of Miami
Graduate School and earned her
M.Kd. in Guidance and Counseling.
A Academy teacher for three
year.* Penny Jane tea.Sies eighth
grade Pnsjllih with emphasis on
speech and eomiwsition.
Three yean ago. Rabhi Gross'
started a "Club" system that en-
ables even,- student to participate
in non-etnas acth/ttias.
Last year. Penny Jane took
charge of the Psychology Chtb
when it was in it* formative
stages. This year, utilizing ex-
perience from her master's degree.
she expect* to upgrade the club's
am with a move psychologi-
cally-oriented approach.
Penny Jane.* non-school hour*
arc devoted to private counseling
to nre-t ens, teem, and young
adult* age groups with whom
-he has excellent rapport
Young Israel Sisterhood's
First Meeting Wednesday
The first Young Israel of Greatei
Miami Sisterhood meeting of the
year will take place in the social
hall at 990 xk 171st St.. on Wed-
nesday, Hoi HaMoed Succot, at
8:30 p.m.
A general business meeting with
Mrs. Barry D. Schreiber presiding,
will he followed bv an Introduction
of Young Israel's new spiritual
leader. Rabbi Zalman Kohsowsky.
Refreshments will he served in
Young Israel's Suecah.
REFINED JEWISH
YOUNG MAN
relocating from Ohio, wants to
live with Jewish family or share
apt. with same. N. Miami area pre.
ferred P. O. Box 1225. Hallan.
Sale. Fia
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sauce
When it comes to sauce.
Chef Boy-Ar-Dee" knows how
to make the finest tasting
without using meatthick,
rich sauce really loaded with
flavor, real Italian ta'am.
Choice of two meatless
sauces. Mushroom and tradi-
tional Meatless-both great for
spaghetti, noodles, pot roast,
meat loaf, fish, omelet, you
name it. Keep both on hand
for family pleasing variety.
Student activists, newly co-opted as mem-
bers of the South Florida Council American
Jewish Congress, met to discuss programs
for the coming year with program coordina-
tors Rabbi Stanley Ringler, (left) director of
U-M's Hillel Foundation, and Yosef Yanich.
executive director, American Jewish Con-
gress. From left to right are Rabbi Ringler.
Tova Caveil, 1972 Brandeis Camp Institute
Scholarship recipient; Etan Grunwald, 1971
Brandeis Camp Institute Scholarship recip-
ient; Richard Burton, University of Miami
Law School. Jon Nelson, participant in 1972
United Jewish Appeal Student Leadership
Tour to Israel, and Mr. Yanich.
UCP Walkathon Set Oct. 8
Miami Mayor David Kenned}
and Fran Curci, University of
Miami head football coach, are
- i". ing as cochalrmen of the
United Ce ebral Palsy Walkathon,
which will be held Saturday, Oct.
28. from B a.m. to 4 p.m. Funds
raised through pledges for each
mile walked will be used to con-
tinue the services provided at the
UCP Center, '.411 NW 14th Ave
h h< r m bi ': 500 childn n and
idults recei' Ing care, ac-
cording to Diane Smith, coordina-
toi
It's Easyjo Help
For 518.00-less than the
price of a pair of theatre
tickets you can provide 15 |
life-saving blood packs for
the people of Israel.
Contribute to the American
Red Magen David for Israel
Blood Bank Fund.
I Yea, 1 want to help the people ol I
j Israel tor the New Year
, Enclosed it my t*-deducilble
I contribution of S _______ I
I Vnrr,. ,
Address.
I
' City
I
-Zip.
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I In Memory of a loved one
J Name______________________
I Flease make check payable.
1 and mail to .
I
I American Ked Magen David
for Israel
' 888 Seventh Avenue
, New York. N'.Y. 100r9
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We're not suggesting
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Calcium, plenty of iron,
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Friday. September 22, 1972
+Jenisti ttorHBam
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Rabbi Azulay To Step Down
From Alliance Presidency
After 1"> yM <)f leadership as Mizrachi Teachers' Seminary in
Mkleni of the Hebrew Educators 'Jerusalem, was ordained by Rabbi
Alliance of Greater Miami, Rabbi Joseph Horovitz and Rabbi Hersch
A I Frank, Chief Rabbi <>f Jerusalem.
before coming to Toronto whore he
taught in the Associated Hebrew
Day School and was director ol
the Hebrew Culture Organization
and Camp Massed in Ontario. He
holds a Bachelor of Arts degree
from (he University of Toronto.
In Miami. Rabbi Azulay has
been active in the Jewish com-
munity from the very beginning.
He served on the Board of License
Ot the CAJE, the Planning Com-
mission on Jewish Education of the
Jewish Federation ,,| the Greater
Miami, the Cabinet of the CJA and
as president ol the Moadon Ivrif.
the Hebrew speaking club of
Greater .Miami.
During the years of his leader-
ship of the Hebrew Educators Al-
liance, which is affiliated with the
National Federation of Hebrew
teachers and principals, the Alli-
ance cooperated with the Bureau
ol Jewish Education in teachers'
workshops and seminars, and will
continue to do SO under its new
leadership.
New Films on Tap
New films opening Friday at
Worn, ire Theatres include "Blue-
beard," starring Richard Burton
and Raquel Welch a! the Miracle
, and 163rd St.; "The Publl: Eye,"
at theCarib; "Housewives Report"
1 at the Sunset and Normandy, and
"Slaughter" at the Miami and
; Coral Way. "Portnoy's Complaint,"
' at the Parkway, and "Clockwork
Orange" at the Byron, arc among
holdovers.
RABBI SHIMON AZULAY
Shimon Azulay will step down
from the presidency when new
officers are elected at the meeting
'if the organization Tuesday even-
-.iv.- at the Hebrew Academy.
Rabbi Azulay, who serves as
rincipal of the Girl's High School
f the Hebrew Academy and co-
nlinator ol the High School of the
Central Agency of Jewish Educa-
tion, was founder of the teachers*
croup a decade and a half ago.
Among his major achievements
nras the arranging for the partici-
pation of the Jewish Federation of
Gieater Miami in providing the
fringe benefits of pension, major
medical and disability insurance for
the licensed Hebrew teachers of
the Greater Miami area. The pro-
vision of such benefits will be a
major factor in attracting and re-
taining qualified teachers in Jew-
ish Education.
Rabbi Azulay, a graduate of the
M, B. Hndassah
Sponsors Monday
Fashion Show
I he Miami Beach Chapter of
Hadassah is sponsoring a fashion
show spotlighting styles for the
coming season Monday at the Mi-
ami Beach Auditorium. Richards
Department store is Furnishing the
models for the show, open to all
Pn d-iuj chapter members, with a"-'
tMtics scheduled to begin at 12:3oJ
p.m.
Mayor Chuck Hall will bring
-reelings from the City of Miami'
Beach, and Mrs. Emanuel Monte,
prrsidenl of the chapter, will be
on hand to welcome members.
Tlv- Miami Beach Chapter or
Hadavah has 28 groups with a
membership of 7,50n.
Ou< -i sneaker will be Mrs,
Leonard Wolpe, past president of
the Miami Chapter, immediate!
last president of the Florida re- '
gion, and presently a member of
the national hoard of Hadassah.
A sp cial tribute will be given to
..' mi nibers.
Participants in the program will
he Mrs. flyman Chabner, mom-
bei Yip vie president; Mrs. .bi '<
Miller, membership coordinator;
Mrs. Joseph Mondres, life member-
shin chairman, and Mrs, Murray
Cohen, reenrollmcnt chairman.
The nv'sical parl of the pro-
gram will be provided by Mrs.
Arthur Pekelner, Mrs. Louis ', .M-
man, Mrs. Sylvia Padden and Mrs.;
Betty DeVVltt.
The afternoon affair will a
lure the award of three all-expcns
oaid cruies to Nassau through
the courtesy of the Eastern Steam-
ship Line.
Admittance will be by invita-
tion only.
Teens Invited To Sneeah 'Sleepover'
Teen-agers are invited to a Sue-1 Emanu-Kl are sponsoring a "Sm
cahton 'Sleepover" in Temple cos Supper and Dance" Sunda) a
Bmanu-El's succah Friday. 9 p.m.
The Succahton Sleepover pro- A buffel supper "ill be served
gram includes a holiday dinner, in Temple Emanu-EI's succah; Uw
singing, dancing, and rap sessions, dance will take place in Sirkii
and will conclude with a special Hall.
-'""'iM' swvlee- The evenl is op....... men an
The Young Singles ol Temple women nges 21 to 39.
I FOUGHT FOR YOU IN DADE -
I WILL FIGHT FOR YOU IN TALLAHASSEE
JWV Council Meets
A Council ol" Administration
meeting has been called by Mrs.
Lillian Schoen, president of the
Jewish War Veterans ladies Aux-
iliary, Department of Florida.
Sunday, Oct. 8, at 9:30 a.m. at the
Ramada Inn, Deerfield Beach.
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Friday. September 22.1972
The Story Of Cory-One Of County Commission Defers
The Children Aided By ECD
Action On Ordinance
He looks like a small angel
with his ptattmm* Wonria hair
. boy cut. Ions
curling lashes that frame b'.ue-
- changeable as the
sea, a wide grin with one Hash-
ing dimple.
He i< not an angel He needed
help. The YMHA Early Child-
hood Development program has
provided that help.
Ill call the boy Cory. This is
not his true name, of course,
but the facts are true. I can
vouch for that, because I am
his mother, and I love him.
Cory was a happy, healthy,
outgoing baby and toddler. His
troubles started when he passed
his third birthday. Little by lit-
tle he had become frustrated,
i-estless. contrary', angry, bored,
unhappy. In short, he had be-
come a problem child.
What doe* a parent do under
the cireumstaaeea? Tke heart-
break is almost unbearable at
times, but one thing was dear.
I could not allow him to grow
up tbia way.
We began the usual route,
trips to doctors. An IQ test re-
vealed Cory has average intelli-
gence and shows precocity in
PTA Schedules Hourly
Art Auction Oct. 1
Highland Oaks Elementary
School PTA and the Art Boutique 1
present an hourly art auction in |
the school's cafetorium. 20500 NE :
24th Ave., Sunday. Oct. 1 from;
noon to 7 p.m. featuring the works
of such artists as Chagall and Pi-;
casso as well as Russell Kushner. j
Raymond and Gerard, who are 1
well known locally. There will also
be a special Children's Corner.
Admission to this event is free:
a color TV will be available so I
that ardent Dolphin fans need not \
miss any of the action.
some areas. The doctor was
Umr *Find a Mmery school im-
mediately." It seems that play-
ing with neighborhood children
is not the answer for a child
like Cory. He needs supervised
play.
If you believe in "Kismet"
then would you believe that a
tew months earlier I had met
one of the "Y" ECD teachers
who mentioned the nursery
school program to me. I remem-
bered her very' positive account
and called the school right away.
It was the best thing I ever did.
After two conferences with
the supervisor Helen Weinstock
and a "trial run" far Cory in the
cla&sroom one morning, we
agreed to try It for two weeks
and see if he would settle down
and adjust.
Well, "try it you'll like it."
For Cory, trying meant loving it
at first sight. The change in him
is unbelievable, surpassing even
my wildest dreams. He is re-
emerging as the happy, charm-
ing child he once was. His
teacher, who at first was pre-
pared for the worst, is very
pleased with him. and he is im-
proving in social behavior every
day.
Cory's whole world at this
time revolves around the nursery
school and the children. He
would like to hug and kiss them
all from sheer joy. Every after-
noon at home he brings out
paper and pencil and we must
draw a picture of every child
in his class and write down the
name of each one.
He has been with ECD for two
months, and the high point for
us was the first Passover Sedar
when he gave the blessing for
the wine in Hebrew (which he
learned at the candleligbtlng
ceremonies on Fridays*, sang
the Passover songs his teachers
had taught him, and shyly talk-
ed about the "Four Questions."
What a happy moment!
Corv takes part in each ac-
1 FOUGHT FOR YOU IN DADE -
I WILL FIGHT FOR YOU IN TALLAHASSEE
Pat
TorniHo
am)
Wy opponent was endorsed
by the Concerned Democrats.
They support busing.
My opponent was also
endorsed by the Straw Vote
anti-busing group.
Can you trust this man?
Which group
did he lie to?
FOR STATE REP. DIST. 103
Endorse* by State tea. T.lfcot (Saaay) D'Ale-kert.
n. p.i. *dv.
tivity with great enthusiasm
paMtfKf- naVHng, sinking fetftag*
ing. strawberry picking who
can decide on a ravor'.te? Don't
forget the milk and cookie break.
He is still talking about the
great day his teacher asked him
to pass :h? cups.
Now I can hardly remember
when the "V wasn't a part of
our lives, Cory's and mine. I'm
active i:: the PTA and love help-
ing out just as much as Cory-
loved passing the cups. The
other mothers have been won-
derful to me and made me feel
I "belong" right from the start.
What began as a two week
trial has turned into a perma-
nent arrangement with plans for
nursery school next year, the
"V" kindergarten eventually and
summer camp sandwiched hi
between.
Although we live over 10
miles from the "Y." we're never
late getting to school. Why 8 ajn.
every morning, a full 30 minutes
before we have to leave, my
son. all dressed, eyes shining,
is standing at the door.
"Mama."
READY!"
he calls.
"I'M
At the request of the Florida
of.': re of the Anti-Defamation
' League of B'nai B'rith. the Dade
County Commission thi* week'
temporarily deferred action on a
' proposed equal employment oppor-
tunity ordinance until the ordi-
nance is strengthened and clari-
fied as to its intent.
Arthur Teitelbaum. ADL's Flor-
ida Regional Director, called for
; the ordinance to be strengthened
"to include reasonable accommo-
dations for the religious needs of
employees and prospective em-
ployees including persons who ob-
serve the Sabbath on a day other
. than Sunday."
Noting that the ADL's activities
1 in Dade County had given it "an
I intimate awareness of the depth
and pervasiveness of employment
discrimination in the area." Mr.
. Teitelbaum described the League's
; other suggestions for strengthen-
ing the ordinance, including:
Requiring fair employment
j practices by all businesses doing
, business with Dade County, as a
condition of doing business.
0) Broadening the languaee to
prohibit employment agencies from
accepting discriminatory job or-
ders from employers.
Prohibiting job related quali-
fication testa which h ve ih, j
;fe:t" of dfccrtn |
; qualified applicants
C*dtame Only proti ;
, which are intended (
' to discriminate'.
ProhibitJ.....
tions or school- froi
ing if religion is not
o?oipa'ional req lire
given job. for Insi sri(1>
ar.ee workers, seen
Requiring the Dade Countij
Fa;r Housing and -,.,.. ,;
Commission. whi:h w
, the ordinance, to act ur. .n a zixn
complaint within a specified ma
ber of days after its
Mr. Teitelbaum a'so noted tht
language of the ordinance appar.
; ently without intendi:>_- to. pn>,
I hibits religious association;, suj
I as the Knights of Columbia
B'nai B'rith. from mair'-uningtV
religious character of their mj-
bcrships. 'The ordinan c needs 0
1 be clarified on this point since it,
' is clearly intended to relate :j
employment and is not intenW
to Interfere with legitimate reBf
ioua associations," he said.
The Anti-Defamation League,
founded in 1913. is on* of the r*
I 'ion's oldest and latest h-jnm
relations organizations
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Friday, September 22. 1972
+Je*istintrtdHan
Page 5-B
Woman of Valor Award To
Go To Lillian Goodman
Miss Lillian Goodman, the first
resident of Hadassah to inaugu-
ate the annual Hadassah .Pond?
h-Israel event 10 years ago. will
. the Woman of Valor
Award, the highest award the
fcta!e of Israel can bestow upon
i woman.
The announcement of this honor
k-as made recently during a cof-
!-.,.' in which top leaders of the
lliami Beach Chapter of Hadassah
onvened at a meeting hosted by
any Aherman of the Crystal
House.
Miss Goodman will be honoree
It this year's Miami Beach Ha-
assah Bond-with-Israel luncheon
ct. 19 at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
"I fell in love with Israel dur-
my six visits to the country
nd hop to move there perma-
.lly sometime in the future."
aid the civic leader who is active
many Jewish organizations.
A native of St. Louis, where she
forked with her family in their
wholesale candy and tobacco busi-
er. Miss Goodman came to Mi-
ni Beach in 1946. The second
ay after her arrival. Miss Good-
began joining local organi-
ations. For the past seven years-
he has lx-en president of Hadas-
sah's I. R. Goodman Chapter,
named after her late brother who
was an ardent Zionist.
Among her current organiza-
tional affiliations are vice presi-
dent, American Friends of Hebrew
University: vice president of the
Florida Zionist Federation, board
member of the Sisterhood of Tem-
ple-Emanu-El, parliamentarian of
the Teohnion University board,
and journal chairman of the Uni-
versity of Brandeis. Women's
Division.
"I must admit that Hadassah
is my pet organization," said Miss
Goodman, who was welcomed at
the recent coffee by her fellow
presidents of the Miami Beach
Chapter of Hadassah and their
Israel Bond charmen. who repre-
sent 27 groups of more than 8,000
members.
Speakers at the coffee included
Mrs. Milton Sirkin, luncheon chair-
man; Mrs. Emanuel Mentz. presi-
dent of the Miami Beach Chapter
of Hadassah; and MQton Parson,
the new executive director of the
Greater Miami Israel Bond organ-
ization.
"The success of your previous
Hadassah functions has served as
i iol^l to o'^^r **o-**TTvitto^ "
said Mr. Parson, who was making
his first address in his new capac-
ity to a local women's organiza-
tion.
"Helping Israel to be a strong
nation is our goal," he added. "We
hope to sell twice as many bonds
as last year SO that Israel may
develop its agriculture, industry
and defense."
Mr. Parson said that he was
looking forward to attending the
Bond-with-Israel luncheon which
will feature as a special guest
Mrs. Alice Peerce. wife of the
famous opera singer Jan Peerce,
and national chairman of the
Women's Division of State of Is-
rael Bonds.
The Galilee Players, a noted Is-
raeli folk group, will provide the
spirit of Israel through song.
Helping to plan the event are
Mrs. Philip Thau, Israel Bond
chairman of the Miami Beach
Chapter of Hadassah, and vice
chairmen Mrs. Fred Jonas. Mrs.
Jack Katzman, Mrs. Emanuel
Mentz, and Mrs. Sam Simonhoff.
The recipient of last year's
Woman of Valor Award was Mrs.
Leon Kronish, wife of the spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Sholom
who is a life-long worker in be-
half of Israel.
Woman of Valor Award winner Miss Lillian Goodman,
(center) received the congratulations of Milton Parson, new
executive director of the Greater Miami Israel Bonds organ-
ization, at a recent coffee at the Crystal House. Hadassah
leaders who look on approvingly are Mrs. Milton Sirkin,
(left) chairman of the Miami Beach's Hadassah's Bond-
With-Israel luncheon set for Oct. 19; Emanuel Mentz, presi-
dent of the Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah, and Mrs.
Fred Jonas, a vice chairman of the luncheon event during
which Miss Goodman will be honored.
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The opening meeting of Beth
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It Beth Torah Wednesday at 8
|.m. a-cording to Sisterhood presi-
ent Mrs. Nat Siesser.
Guest speaker at the meeting
bo Matey Levin, a National
Vomen's League Branch vice
(resident and Torah Fund chair-
nan. She will sp>ak on "Abortion
Zionism the Jewi-h View-
Dint," Refreshments will follow
meet in<.
Stockbroker Featured
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Dick fin vis of Ch. 4's "News at
ffoon." will be the guest speaker
y Temple Beth Am'* S"irdav Con-
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pin at 9-.TO a.m. in the soe>al hal'
Jerome Jacobs, president of
he Brotherhood, has announced
An emoloyee of a m^^her firm
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Friday, September 22.
1972
Mildred Mn, Ph:'. Sah! takes oath a3 president of the
Marsha Wclfstem Chapter of the Israel Histadrut Women's
Council during annual installation luncheon at the Cadillac
Hotel. Neal Sonnett. former assistant United States attorney
icr South Florida, conducted the ceremony. The Histadrut
Women's Council raises funds for the Sidney and Lillian
Balotin Medical Center in Beersheba. Israel, Dade County's
official sister city.
WILLIAM E.
Gladstone
CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE
GROUP 32
THANK YOU
My family and I want to thank you
for your strong vote of confidence
in the primary election. It is my
hope that I will have your contin-
ued support in the October 3rd run-
off so that I may prove my dedica-
tion to a TRUE FAMILY COURT"
...Bill Gladstone
DEDICATED TO
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pi. pol. adv.
Hebrew Academy

Installation Set
For New Rooftop
I- i .-,"'' \. and Mrs Le :! A
sew Ife, will It :"-'
- : ol the I!' ter Mi-
I bi i w Vcad> m\ an l >' the
': Vcad mj W m n W
iay
Rabbi \ i id S < p-in-
i>| the South He-
ll, "a i" -" ear In Mr.
I and Mrs Adler during a
> kkah in th-^ Sky' dim*
ho rooftoo of the now junloi and
senior high school building.
The new structure, at the eor-
ner o' 24th T rra v and Pino Tre
Drive in Miami Beach now houses
both the Aoadon-y'- >ovonth.
oishth and ninth evade- and thr
Olaa and Mansard Woishau- High
School for Girls.
All officers. directors and trUS-
tees of both the men's and woti-
?n"s on;nni7rions will take of:ice
at the Wednesday nicht sessl h
scheduled to begin at 7:30 p.m.
Students of the Hebrew A'ad-
err.y are constructins a giant suk-
kah atop the building, and Wei=-
haus Hi^h School student- will
serve M hostesses for cuidod tours
of the building.
Reservations for the dinner and
installation are still a\ail14e at-
the Academy office. 2400 Pine
Tree Dr.
Mr. Firtel is a past president of i
the Miami Beach Jaycees. former!
presklent of the Optimist Club of!
Miami Beach and second ranking;
offio-r of the Miami Beach Elks
lodge.
Hn. Adlor is a former president
of the Hebrew Academy P.T..V.
and has served as a memljer of
the board of directors and execu-
tive committee of the Creator Mi-
ami Hebrew Academy.
Sights and Sounds Of
Technion To Bt Featured
"Sights and Sounds of Technion"
will bo featured at the open mem-
i* i >hip meeting ot the Miami
Chapter of the Women's Division
of the American Society for Tech-
nion at Dade Federal Savings and
Loan Association. 10301 S. DL\:e
Huy.. Friday, Sept. 29. at 10 a.m.
Chairman of the day is Mrs. Nor-
man Hill; Mrs. Mover Brilliant is
president of the chapter.
lilt David W. Herrmann, na-
tions' president of the organiza-
tion, has announced the establish-
ment of 11 student scholarships at
Technion in memory of the Jew-
ish athletes who were killed by
Arab terrorists at Munich.
Evelyn (Mrs. Philip1 Kopelman was honored by the Terr.p'.e
Emanu-El Sisterhood last week upon her retirement after 10
years as activities director of the Miami Beach synagogue
auxiliary. Taking part in a testimonial luncheon were Mrs.
Eernaid Kaplan, (left) past Sisterhood president; Dr Irving
Lehrman, rabbi of Temple Emanu-El, and Mrs. A'.excnder
Kcgan, a past president of Sisterhood.
I FOUGHT FOR YOU IN DADE -
I WILl FIGHT FOR YOU IN TALLAHASSEE
Pat
Tornillo
(Dei
Until two years ago
my opponent was a
Republican. He ran as
a Republican against
Anna Brenner Meyers.
Today he is a Democrat.
Can you trust him
to represent you?
What will he do
tomorrow?
FOR STATE REP. HIST. 103
Pd Pol. Ad.
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FOR THE JEWISH UNAFFILIATED
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13 WEEKS-TUES. EVENINGS 8-10 P.M.
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HERBERT IV] BERGER, Exec. Director
For Information and Registration Call:
MRS. LOGAN 379-4553
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Friday. September 22, 1972
*Jm Hli ncrSdHaiin
Page 7-B
World Of Anglo-Jewish Letters Suffers Losses
By STANI.KY W. CIIYKT
l*rfpssor of
Amrrtfll Jewish History,
llehnw Union GsfltSfJS-
Jewish Institute ol Ki-liyioii
Cincinnati
The worM of "Anslo-Jcwish"
letters has suffered, a number of
ipeparaMe losses in repnt
months: Maurice Samuel. Judd
fpi'.er, Paul Goodman, and mo recently the Canadian |>oet Abra-
ham Moses Klein.
It Is, one supposes, something of
a commentary on the quality of
North American Jewish Intellec-
lual life 'hat the poet Klein was
ihe least known of the three.
IG odman, too, was a poet of
course, '"it was better known foi-
ls otru writings.)
Bom into a Polish immigrant
family i" Montreal in 1009. Mr.
Nli in had the benefit of a su-
, [or Jew Lih education and during
ih,' late I920's, while a student at
Mi-Gill, began contributing poems
to Canadian Jewish Chronicle and
Cans lian Mercury.
fore long, publications "south i
0| ihe border" like Poetry and
Hi in): ah Journal added to his rep-
m. His first volume. Hath
Not a Jew .... appeared in 1949.
was followed by The Hltleriad
and Poems in 1914. The Rocking
Chair i" 1947, and an allegorical
o\ !. The Second Scroll, in 1951.
The novel took as its theme the
Wandering Jew Journeying from
ihe Nazi Holocaust lo the reborn
-h commonwealth.
Mr |< >in'< poems were deeply,
\ Jewish, commun'catinsi
n poignant identification
Ihe Jewish fate and Jewish
\11f 1 Torah mtoIn penned by sout*
seri'ie, now dead,
\iii| | r-ivi-r-shawls woven in an
pattern loom,
tml palm-leaves siiippiHi t the
I'nponiforted,
\ml r mil I.-1 irks to light some
S:ihbath srlooin.
AM little sacks ill holy earth to
spread
I'nder a pious skull in a far tomb.
Among Mr. Klein's admirers was
I.urlwig Lewisohn, who e respect
for the Canadian poet's achieve-
ment is amply documented in the
Klein file maintained nl the Amer-
ican Jewish Archives on the He-,
brew Union College campus in
Cincinnati. !
In 1915. Mr. Lewisohn wrote
that In Klein the Jewries of EnR-i
lish speech had at last found a
poet," one who "lived and felt as
a Jew and a-- a Jew only; he wrote
out of hh self ... a Jewish self."
and never "looked at Jewish
themes from without. ... He was,
from the first, an entire Jew, a,
disciple of the disciples of the
gases, a Hasid, though dwelling
and why not? in Canada, a fa-
milial- ol Rashi and the Berdit-
chevcr, a vessel and also himself al
source ol tradition "
Emotional troubles would take
their toll of the nocl during the
closing decades of his life, hut in
1972 Lewisohn's encomium re-.
mains as true and as appropriate
as when it was first written nearly
'50 years ago.
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FRANK is the only
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ENDORSED by
LABOR
FRANK has served
3 Years as Municipal Judge
and the last
3'/? Years as Public Defender
in both City and Judge
Berkman's J.P. Courts
Dade County Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO
Amer. Fedn. of State, County and Nun. Employees
Transport Workers Union, Local 231, AFL-CIO
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LAWYERS
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Bade County Attorneys Voted FRANK Qualified
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Dade County Council of Senior Citizens
Congress of Senior Citizens
Amer. Fedn. of Senior Citizens, M.B. Chapter
DAILY SUN-REPORTER
MIAMI BEACH TIMES MIAMI TIMES
AND dozens of other organizations
and hundreds of civic leaders.
v timer.
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BERNARD A.
COUNTY JUDGE
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SOCIAL SCENE: Ann and Frank Kauff surprised Arlene (Mrs.
Nat Seisaer with a birthday dinner party in her honor this past Sat-
urday evening, in their hardly-lived-in. lovely new home. Wei! wishers
included Carol and ftan Caidcn, Lee and Bill Book. Hedy and Eric
<.tit man, Arlene's mom. Mr>. Cele Bu-ch. and her daughter. .Melissa.
TRADITION: Although Emily ar.d Morty Reisn just returned
from Atlanta, Ga.. where they helped their daughter Erica get settled
ir. her dorm at Emory University, their annual post-Yom Kippur
breakfast feast was as scrumptious as usual: and gave the Reisses
the opportunity to introduce Morty's new dental partner. Dr. Robert
Kahn ar.d his lovely wife Elaine to their multitude of friends and re-
lations. Enjoying the Reiss hospitality and welcoming the Kahns to
the North Miami Beach area were Jackie and Danny Wcinstein, Bobby
and Lenny Goldberg. Rosalie and Arthur Hirschberg. Elaine and Phil
Paul. Rhoda Stein and Charlotte Goodman, delighted that her newly-
weds Doiuiy and Dale wore home" for the holidays.
BRl'NCH: A beautiful Bar Mitzvah brunch, given by Joan and Tom
Reach in honor of their son Gary's becoming a Bar Mitzvah. took
place at the Aventura Country Club this past Sunday morning and
was attended by 150 relatives and friends. Enjoying the guiche and
other goodies were Evy and Alan Gluekstern, Jackie and Sheldon
Pickstein, Fran and Harry Kaufman, Norma and Invin Miller. Esther
and .Mike Smith, and Can's brothers Mark and Andy ... On Sept. 20.
Ray Tobias iKim Lighting' will host a luncheon for about 100 archi-
- and engineers, for a lighting and ecology seminar in the Aven-
tura C-C dining room. Since it happens to be Rays birthday that
day. a "well lit. unpolluted'" cake is sure to be dessert On Sept. !
2S. Here's Help will hold its annual fund raising "lavish luncheon" ...
Chioken crepes were deliciously digested by the National Council of
.'> wish Women, when they held their monthly meeting and fashion
show by Young Sophisticates" there. Beautiful as ever in the timely
togs were Rickie Knobel. Elaine Riehman, Tina Kassnian, Helen Berne.
Fran Epstein. Joyce Pasekoff. Hannah Fredericks and Sylvia Kupffer.
Chairman of the day was Marlene Katzin and reservations were ably
handled by Rrenda Stone Home, James:::
SETTLED: All the very exciting and happy events these last few !
months have climaxed in the uniting of Dcbra Elfenbein to Neil '
Hornstein their marriage ceremony at the Sheraton Four Am-
bassadors was a most beautiful and memorable one to all the locals
attending as well as relatives from Baltimore. Philadelphia. Richmond
and as far away as Waco and Austin. Texas. The young couple have
settled in Atlanta for the time being: while the bridegroom is work-
ing towards his Masters degree in Psychology, Debbie is teaching an.
CELEBRATIONS: The Cowans1 home this last Saturday over-
flowed with well wishers for Dick and Carol Gerstein. Marge and Irv i
had a "Victory Party" for the State Attorney (he doesn't have any
more campaigning since he got 57^ of the vote) Judge David Good-
art and his Alice as well as Judge Al Sepe and Phyllis all glowing '
since they were winners too! Rocky and Hope Pomerance receiving .
complimentary comments on Rocky s handling of the two national
conventions. Andrea and Bob (Dr. Robert) Magoon chit chatting with
Don Aronow (he's the builder of those fantastic racing speedboats that j
Bob races and has won so many cups with) Rosalie and Nonna Arkin
enjoying their "Big A"they pile all the kids in and off they go.
Diane and Daniet Nell Heller partaking of all the delicacies served
on the outdoor patio and Marcel and Don Kaplan Joining them. Marge j
and Irv's girls, Debbie and Cindy, have won many ribbons and trophies
for their horsemanship feats and the playroom displays all their honors.
ON THE CAMPIS SCENE: Richard Kagan (Millie and Seymour's
oldest son) graduating from the Ner Israel Rabbinical College in Balti-
more has been admitted to the University of Baltimore Law School.
Michael Newman, Jonathan Welter. Wendy Feinbery and Jan Bell all
starting as freshmen at the University of Florida.
CONGRATULATIONS TO: Stephen Paskal. who wed Adrlenne
Greek, his childhood sweetheart. Steve Is associated with his dad in
the construction business. Lots of nice things are happening in the
Paskal family Judy has become engaged to Glenn Gersheawald and
they plan to tie the knot next February' The Klonders (Sandl and
Irv) have a new member added to their household they are the
proud new parents of a son. Seth David Ainsley Ferdie of the Jew-
ish War Veterans Post No. 243. Coral Gables, who was elected Na-
tional Judge Advocate at the convention in Houston, Texas .
Bonnie Aronson's new name is now .Mrs. Daniel Mones; Danny is a
local attorney in town.
WHAT A DILEMMA: When all three of your sons are rabbiswith
whom do you spend the High Holidays? Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Mussman
of Chicago decided to visit with their son. Norman, and his wife. Cella.
and their children. Maria and Jay 1 it's their very first visit to Miami
and they have fallen in love with Florida 1. Their eldest son. Rabbi
Bernard Mussman, and youngest son. Rabbi Sanu Mussman, are both
affiliated with congregations in the Chicago area.
Localite To Attend
SCORE Convention
Barnett M. Lemer of Bay Har-
bor Island has been named a del-
egate to the fifth annual confer-
ence of th" Service Corps of Re-
tired Executives to be held in San
Diego. Calif., from Oct. 2 to 3. Mr.
Lerner will represent Chapter 29
which has W member! offering
free management counseling serv-
ice to businessmen and commu-
nity organizations in the Miami
area.
SCORE is the federal volunteer
program that provide expert man
agerial counseling to small busi-
nessmen, potential small business-
men and non-Drofit community
organizations. Its membership has
rrown to 4.5') since it was organ-
ized in 1965. The 190 SCORE chap-
ters throughout the nation are
part of the ACTION agency, which
a'-o includes the Peace Corps.
VISTA. Foster G-andnarent ani
Retired Senior Volunteer pro-
gram*. The Small Business Ad-
ministration is sponsor of the
SCORE program.
JHA Auxiliary To Meet
Opening meeting of Greater Ml- '
ami Women's Auxiliary. Jewish
Home for the Aged, will be held
at noon Tuesday in the Algiers
Hotel. Mrs. Lawrence iShari) Sil-
verman. Auxiliary president, will1
welcome guests
Three generations pose for photographer at a surprise 60th
birthday party given in honor of Miami Beach attorney Irv-
ing Firtel, president of the Greater Miami Hebrew Acad-
emy, at his home. From left are, Mrs. Firtel, her granddauah-
ter, Kiva Michelle Cohen, and daughter Mcrxine Firtel Coher..
The two younger generations flew in to surprise Mr. Firtel.
VISITING: Nathan Ostrov is off to Israel for a vacation; in fact
it will be his fourth visit. He has brothers and cousins with whom he
stays, and is really much at home there as he speaks Hebrew fluently. .
Nat is an ardent Zionist and has been an active worker in many Jewish
causes all his life. In 1916 when he was only 21 years of age. he joined
the Jewish Legion in fighting for Palestine and was in Egypt with the
Army of Occupation. Nat is beloved by all the children of our Jewish
community, as it is his custom to give Israeli pennies to one and all
as Chanukah gelt.
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gotten i- '1'"'* has becn aP"
,Minted vice president of City
National Bank of Miami Beach,
laci-oidi'iR to Gerald A. Keller,
I Chairman of the board and pres-
ident. A ten-year associate of
|,he lank. Mr. Jones served as
I assistant cashier from 1964-1970
I ami as assistant vice president
[since 1970. A member of the
[American Institute of Banking,
I ho serve I as Counsel to the In-
Istitute for eight years.
City National Bank Cor|iora-
Ition has announced that Geore
Iviolctte. who joined the com-
Icanj as vice president, will as-
I-!.; management in determining
profitable and sound expansion
opportunities. Mr. Violette's
[liankinc career spans 20 years
I ing which time he was Sen-
Iter Banh Examiner with the
Banking Department of the
[state of New York. Until re-
Jcently, he was assistant director
lof the Florida Division of Bank-
ling;.
week long cruise to Freeport,
port-au-Piince, Montego Bay.
fir.gston and Port Antonio in
fiaica on board the M/S
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Vacation for Mr. and Mrs. Philip
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Betty Kaspar. vice president; Ann White, president; Zena
Goluskin, vice president; Mae Norkin, recording secretary;
Syivia Zohiman, membership, Ada Berg, corresponding
secretary, end Florence Schwartz, national secretary. The
group has slated a noon luncheon meeting Friday at tho
Deauville Holel with gynecologist. Dr. Margaret Waid as
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lENEROSUY Ur.
Mrs. Jack Miller vice president of Florida Region of Ha-
dassah. Mrs. Gerald P. Soitz. a member cf the National
Board of Hadassah who is now living in Israel, and Mrs.
Muriel Joseph, a member of Emma Lazarus Group of Ha-
dassah. toured the Hadassab-Hebrew Universitv Medical
Center in Jerusalem recently. In the picture, Mrs. Miller,
Mrs. Scltz and Mrs. Joseph are standing next to an honor
roll of those Aho, through their generosity, are making it
possible for Hadassah to rebuild the hospital on Mount
Scopus.
Among those working on the arrangements for Beth David
Sisterhood's opening session a Sspt. 27 membership
luncheon in the South Dade facilities at 7500 SW 120th St..
were (from left to right1 Mrs. Gary Frank, visual aid chair-
man; Mrs. Ted Gordon, publicity chairman: Mrs. Stanley
Scher membership secretary, and Mrs. Philip Medvin,
membership vice president.
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Mount Sinai Medical Center's
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Wi-dnc-itay.
The first in a series of "open
house brunches," the event will
he held in the**VwmrTM" Dtwinp
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hospital's Warner Pavilion. Fol-
lowing the socializing, gUCStS will
be treated to a complete tour of
the complex, including the newest
facility additions just completed.
The Auxiliary, made up of serv-
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iliary office at Mount Sinai for
further information or to make
re.er\ aliens. Mrs. Max Kesselman,
membership vice president, mem-
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Vizcaya Stakes At Calder
The SIO.OOO added Vizcaya
-. a dash for two-year-old
fillies, headlines Saturday's ten
race program at Calder Race
-<. Other events on the Sat-
urday program include a five fur-
long turf dash for older horses
and a nine lourney on the
"O caliber runners.
' re .'.ill he more than
monii a posted for
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Mrs. Arnold Sheir Is \ev
President of Hillel Wonu|
Jackie 'Mrs. Arnold* Sheir will Bidniek. fund-raiMi
he llSttaHad as president ot Women dent; Mrs, Frank
for Hillel on Thursday, Sept. 28. | urer. and
Mrs. Se
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The Miami Business and Pro-
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American ort win hold its regu-
lar open monthly meet in at 7:45
p.m. Thursday. Sept. 28, at Chase
Federal, AlTi Arthur Godfrey Rd.
Main feature of the evening will bo
a film entitled "The Making of a
Man."
mm. JACKit smut
Ma\ Lipschitz, spiritual
leader of Beth Torah Congrega-
tion, will conduct the ceremony
which will be held in the Succah
at Hillel Community Day School.
21288 b... ayne Blvd.
Mrs. Sheir, recently installed as
presidi nt of the Alpha Omega Den-
tal Auxiliary, has l>oo'i a member
of that organization for 10 years,
four of them as an officer. She is
a member of the National Co m-
cil of Jewish Women and serves on
the b art of governors of Business
Ex hai S Ith and on Hillel's
board ol governors.
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are Mrs. Joshua Wainberg, mem-
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Friday, September 22.1972
Associate Of Year
Award Established
By Realtors Board
A new "Associate of the Year
Awlrd' has been evtab'tshed by
thefboard of directors of the Mi-
ami Board of Realtors, president
Kenneth D. Rosen said.
The plaque, to be awarded ai-
nuaily, "will go to that asoc'.ate
nK-mber of the board who is :on-
sidered by the Associates Com-
mittee to be mist deserving of the
honor and recognition in appre-
ciation of the enit-a\ ors of such
associate on beha'.f of associates." I
Associate members of the board
are registered real estate sales
people who are not realtors but
who are affiliate! with real es-
tate brokers who are realtors.
"White Elephants" will be oro-
viding an education in real estate
at Florida International Univer-
sity, if plans of the Miami B->ard
of Realtors Associates Committee
work out.
The associate's. had-'~l bv cMIr-1
man Fred B. Martin, are sponsor- 1
ing a "White Elephant Sale" and j
buffet dinner ard dance at the!
Miami Police Benevolent Hall,
23C0 N'W 14th St.. Saturday.
Members of the Miami Board
of Realtors Associates Committee
include Tom Kavney. vice chair-
man; Betty Bennett. G'oria Bes-'
semer. Roberto Flor^z. Gerry Gal-
ley. Mary Ann lov-no Betty Mas-1
ten, William Schaeffer. A. Barry
Stubbs. Glenn Waener. Richard
Weit, Joe Young and Joyce Pay- >
ton.
The last half of This Linl Ts
Mine." a seminar or. land use. de-
velopment. financi:iT. a-d 7.-r\~"
sponsored bv the M'i-H B>-""1 of!
Realtors, will be held Saturday.
Presented by the baa-d's Eluca- j
tion Committee, the 'n"d se-v"1"1
WHI be held from 8:30 to 12:301
P_ti. in the M'ami FWH ** *""1-
tors Auditorium. 1390 N'W 7th St. |
Frank Wins
Newspaper,
Labor Help
With sweeping new endorse-
ments from newspapeis. labor
unions, senior citizens organiza-
tions and scores of civic leaders.
Public Defender Bernard Frank
this week stepped up his county-
wide campaign for County Judge, '
Group 6.
High man in the first primary,
former Miami Beach Municipal
Court Judge Frank finished high
man in a large majority of the
more than 340 precincts in Dade
County.
Judge Frank, a vice president of
Beth Jacob Con -- iiion and reci-
pient of the Gieatei Miami He-
brew Academy's sendee award, Is
former Vice Mayor <>f Miami
Beach and was elected to
terms on city council.
The public defender in
Miami Beach City Court and in
Judge Jason Berkman's district
justice of the peace court. Judge
Frank is a graduate ot the Uni-
versity of Miami School of Law.
Endorsed by the Miami Beach
Bar Association, he was commend-
ed for "excellence of defense and
compassion for defendants with-
out funds."
Judge Frank, the only candidate
in Group 6 with any Judicial ex-
perience, rose from private to
captain in the U.S. Arm/ during
World War II. He handled hun-
dreds of military' ti ials. and was a
member of the national champion-
ship Hurricane tennis team.
Winner of the Miami Beach
Jaycee Good Government Award.
Judge Frank received the endorse-
ment of the Dade County Federa-
tion of Labor, AFL-CIO. and of
Miami Beach's daily and weekly
newspapers.
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vJmisti nor Mian
Page 13-B
letters to the editor
EDITOR. The Jewish Florldlan:
We agree wholeheartedly with
Ir Robert Segal who, in his col-
L'n of Friday, Sept. 15, com-
Jwii'ds tin National Council Jewish Women for working to-
I stablishment of day
[ although the issue
E not bi a "Jewish" one.
This has been the poliry of the
I Jewish Congress since
I We in the Congress
Ifel stronglj that our concern
_Uisl not be relegated to the Jew-
Ih community alone. We champ-
fcn the cause of ALL minorities.
Tot only the Jewish minority; our
oneerns for the maintenance of
he separation of church-state and
Brochail are directed not only to
eivs but to all American citizens.
HiUel's philosophy is the phi-
jsophy of the American Jewish
tongress: "If I am not for my-
fo who is for me? If I am only
Jor myself, what am I? And, if
lot now, when?"
Two of our major areas of con-
Lrn today are human equality
md peace in Vietnam.
The total Jew is a universalist,
lelf-uiterested and altruistic. It is
. this context that we must re-
Bcw our lives and our activities.
JEDITH TEPPER, President
Florida Women's Division,
American Jewish Congress
fcpiTOR, The Jewish Floridlnn:
On Aup. 12, Jews everywhere
Dmmemorated the 20th anniver-
sary of the murder of 24 of Rus-
la's most cultured Jewish leaders,
[hey were murdered by the Bol-
he\ ik-Communist regime, by or-
er of their great ruler and leader,
Italin. His faithful agents carried
Jut Stalin's orders in a secret cel-
^r. where it was hoped that the
ies for mercy could not be heard
hd thai the world would never
tarn about the outrageous crimes
mr.mittid there: human beings
Dt down and buried but no
ne knows where, to this day.
Stalin's plans were to arrest the
lews on a false pretense, hold a
flick trial, shoot them and bury
horn immediately. First on his
1st were all prominent Jewish
(odors. If this was successful,
hey would gather all the Jews
torn Russia, Poland, the Ukraine
Ind all possessions, territories and
ptellite countries, and transport
em to an island. They would be
Paced in concentration camps
IHilter-stvde) and then to follow
km Hitler's plans of execution and
Extermination.
One morning, the world woke up
Blocked and bewildered to learn
pat i number of the mast out-
Y iiK{ Jewish doctors had been
|rrestcd, and were to be tried and
' <: on conspiracy charges
teainst top Communist leaders.
The inevitable would surely have
1 tied had not the free world
[ In protest, loud enough to
pave them found "not guilty" and
subsequently, released.
today, Jews are mourning and
"T.iv; in protest at meetings and
- everywhere, A most Im-
pressive protest march was carried
M in I.os Angeles. It was orga-
nized by the Jewish Congress.
p'nai B'rith, Anti-Defamation
eague, synagogues, temples. Jew-
sh college students and faculties.
Workmen's Circle, all Zionist
Ircanizationa, and the Jewish War
eterans.
I Thousands of people marched in.
I'ne and thousands were on both
iocs of the streets: many march-
P' carried bright torches, others
farried black nags and armbands
memory of our murdered
f rot hers murdered by Stalin.
cantor chanted. "El Mo'a Rach-
"n" and several rabbis addressed
b" crowds. A message was also
rm to President Nixon, asking
Pirn to intervene in behalf of the
fews in Russia.
Now, with the Jewish New Year.
et us all pray and hope that this
I'mcting Kremlin order will be
Pnally recalled, and the Russian
u|prs will open their rusty, iron
gates and give the anguished Jews
a chance to travel to freedom.
SAMUEL 9. ROSEN
Miami Bea-h
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EDITOR, The Jewish Florldkuii
In the Miami Herald of Sunday,
Si i t 10, on raue 34-A there was
in article by David Zenian, United
Press International writer.
Mr. Zenian went to Rafid. Leb-:
anon, which was one of the towns!
that were heavily bombed by Is-
raeli planes on the preceding Fri-
day. He interviewed a Mr. Hamzi.
and several others whose homes
had been destroyed by the raids.
Mr. Zenian was told that the Ham-
zi home had been used as a ware-,
house by the Palestinian guerril-j
las for several months preceding
the raid.
The local elders of the village
also told him that the school and
many of the other buildings had
been used by the guerrillas. The
people said, "We are against the
guerrillas. But we were terrorized
and constantly living under fear.
It was impossible to resist a guer-
rilla force of 300."
There was a CBS announrement
on Monday. Sept. 11, that the
bombs that fell on the Jordanian
village were not dropped by Is-
raeli planes but had been dropped
y Byftari planeVfcfco had" linWd*
tail after the dogfight over the
Golan Heights. The Syrian p'lots
did not want to return to their
bases with the bombs.
The foregoing incidents are
brought to your attention because
most people did not read the ar- ,
tide and did not hear the CBS
broadcast,
SEYMOUR B. EJEBMAN
->
Rocking Ship Early Favorite
A sleek, black Irish greyhound.
Rocking Ship, is the early favorite
to take the $12,500 Flagler Mara-
thon Stakes at Miami's Flagler |
Kennel Club Saturday night. The '
first four finishers in Saturday
night's contest will meet for the
Marathon Championship Race Se-
ries, Sept. 29 and 30. The win-
ners from each of the two-dog
races will meet on Oct. 7 for the
match race series championship.
I Ki U u, \n j
lion, Miif4AoJt\
iT'' SHcitte
vimtm
Mrs. Lillian Shrine, a volunteer at Cedars of Lebanon Hos-
pital, recently received a surprise award from the White
House a Certificate of Appreciation signed by Patricia
Nixon which reads: "Certificate of Appreciation, to Lillian
Shrine, for outstanding and dedicated volunteer service to
the community and to the nation." (signed) Patricia Nixon.
Cedars officials recently selected Mrs. Shrine their "Volun-
teer Of The Year" for her 2,500 hours of donated service
working in the Radiation Therapy Unit and in the Auxiliary
Lobby Shop.
Lehman Supports Fascell
Move Against Soviet Trade
SOLOMON SUSI
Solomon, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Susi. will become a
Bar Mitzvah at Temple Menorah.
Saturday morning. Sept. 23.
Solomon is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Nautilius Junior High
School.
Following services there will be
a Kiddush in Temple Menorah's J
Social Hall. Saturday evening a i
reception and dinner honoring I
Solomon will be held at the Doral j
Hotel.
A
fr
Tr
STEVEN BRANT
Steven Ross, son of Dr. and Mrs.
I Lawrence I. Rrant of North Mi-
ami Beach, will become a Bar
i Mitzvah at Beth Torah Congrega-
j tion Saturday morning. Sept. 23.
' He will read the Torah portion
! and chant the Haftorah.
Steven, a graduate of the Lehr-
| man Dav School of Temple
! Kmanu-El. is now attending con-
fimiation classes at Beth Torah.
t The celebrant, an eighth grade
j student at John F. Kennedy Junior j
High School, plays violin with the ;
i North Miami Leach Senior High
I School Orchestra and the Carmen ,
i Nappo outh Symphony.
A Kiddush will toiiow the wor-
| ship service and a reception in
Steven's honor will be h.'ld Satur-
day evening at the Diplomat |
Country Club.
Among the honored guests will
be Steven's grandparents. Mr. and
Mrs. Lewis J. Brooks. Other guests
attending the celebration will be
Mr. and Mi's. Benjamin Cohn of
Cleveland. Ohio, and Dr. Edward
Brock and son John, of San An-
tonio, Tex.



HOWARD WEIXREB
Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Weinreb, will observe his
Bar Mitzvah at Beth Torah Con-
gregation Sunday, Sept. 24, at 8:30
a.m.
A student in the pre-confirma-
tion class of Beth Torah's Harold
Wolk Religious School, Howard al-
so attends the John F. Kennedy
Junior High School and plays Lit-
tle League baseball.
Mr. and Mrs. W"inrcb will host
the Kiddush in honor of their son
& & G
DAVID MI'TTER
David Curtis Mutter will cele-
brate his Bar Mitzvah at Beth
David Congregation during Sat-
urday morning services on Sept.
23.
The re)< brant is the son of Dr.
and Mrs. Charles Mutter of 6975
S\V 128th St., and grandson of
?.Ir. and Mrs. Reuben Feinberg of
Miami, and Mr. ami Mrs. Louis
Mutter of Coral Springs, Fla.
David is in the eighth grade at
Palmet-o Junior High School, has
at tor did Beth David Religious
Scho-I for six years, and is a tal-
ented pianist.
Dr. and Mrs. Mutter will hono>-
their son at a luncheon reception
to he held at King's Bay Country
Club.
^ "ir &
MARTY DIAMOND
Marty, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Diamond, will be Bar Mitz-
vah dur'ng early morning serv-
ices at Beth Torah Congregation
on Saturday. Sept. 23.
The Bar Mitzvah Is a member of
the Torah class at Beth Torah's
Harold Wolk Religious School, at-
:'(!- John I*. Kennedy Junior High
School and plays Little League
ba;era!l and football.
Guests at the Kid lush in Mar-
ty's honor will include his grand-
parents Mr. and M,-s. R^n Ne man of North Miami Beach, and
Mrs, Sara Diamond of Montreal,
Canada.
fr & &
JESSE IIEIT
Sunday morning services on
Sept. 24 At Beth David Congrega-
tion will include the Bar Mitzvah
of Jesse Fvan, son of M-\ and Mrs.
Louis S. Heir of 2425 SW 24th Avc.
Jesse i- in the eighth grad<- a'
Shenandoah Junior High School
and has attended Beth David Re-
ligious School for eight years.
Attending the celebration will
he the Bar Mitzvah's grandpar-
ents. Mr and Mr^. K. Sassoon and
Mr. and Mrs. A. Heit, all of Miami
Beach.
William Lehman, Democratic
candidate for Congress in the 13th
Congressional District, this week
telegraphed Congressman Dante
Fascell in support of his objection
to selling wheat to Russia.
Reo. Fascell, protesting the So-
viet ransom on the exit visas for
Jews, called for the United States' j
refusal to sell wheat to Russia.
"The ransom whi"h the Sir'-'
Union is demanding to release its
Jewish citizens will be used to pay j
for a good portion of the grain
which the Soviets will be buying
from the Unite-' States. Since
much of the ransom money will
no doubt come from Americans,;
this, in effect, puts Americans in
the ]M>sition of buying the grain
for the Soviets." Mr. Fascell
barged He seriously questioned
whether the grain agreement with j
the Soviet government should he
consummated as lone as the ran-
som f r Jews is being demanded.
In his telegram, Mr. Lehman
sa'd, "As an Ameiiean and as a
Jew, I wholeheartedly support you
in not m ll'ng wheat to Russia un-
til the exit visas for Jews are fro,'
of rarroms.
If elected to serve in Congress.
you can count on me to join you
in the fight for free-don."
Mr. Lehman, who has revealed
lrs statement of assets and has
published his 1971 income tax re-
turn, has plenged to place his fi-'
nancial affairs in trust, If ele-ted
and to have his Congressional sal-
ary as his only salary.
Jack Beatty, Bal Harbour coun-
cilman and past mayo-, has Joined
the Lehman campaign as campaign i
coordinator. Mr. Lehman faces;
S'nte Sen. Lee Weissenborn in the
Congressional runoff.
Mr. Beatty has served as -"am-
paign chairman for Rep. Claude
Pepper in every campaign since;
Mr. Pepper first ran for the House
of Representatives in 1P62. Thej
Oct. 3 Demo-ralic primary is for
the new 13th Congressional Dis-
trict.
Mr. Lehman this week also \
called upon the Democratic lead
ership in the US; Congress to
convene a special series of Con-
cessional hearings in localities
throughout the nation to hear
problems and complaints from the
| nation's senior citizens.
"Equality of opportunity." Mr.
' Lehman said, "is a central theme
of our democracy. While we have
been working to break down the
i barriers of race, we have built up
I a wa*l of discrimination against our
senior citizens in effect deny-
ing them the same equality of
opportunity we are working to
achieve for every American."
In a telegram to Senate Minor-
ity Leader Mike Mansfield and
House Speaker Carl Albert. Mr.
Lehman said, There is an enor-
mous a'.d immediate need to cor-
rect the inequities in the social
-i urity law and federal statutes
which deny senior citizens the
right to am a living."
TRANSITION Trains
'To Fight Crime'
TRANSITION, a task force of
the Greater Miami Coalition, has
! a call for volunteers "to
leht crime" and has scheduled a
< ani'i': S"5 >n for new volunteers
Sunday at 902 SW 2nd Ave.
V"o"k:nc on a "oi-son-to-pcrson
hash TRANSITION is a grow-
\,-.o f,-..e rv>" volunteers who seek
to v.-it criminal offenders, find
m aoii.-'ul i lbs for them, as well
as clothing and housing where
in d d.
Epilepsy Foundation
Announces New Clinic
Th- Greater Miami Epilepsy
Foundation announces the opening
of a seizure c'inic bv the Univer-
sitv of Miami Neurological Depart-
ment ps a service to the commu-
nitv. The clinic will be-under the~
supervision of Dr. Peritz Schein-
' ere, chairman of the Neurological
Department; initially. Dr. M. Di-
rckze will be responsible for the
patients.
The new ''inic. located in Room
300 of the Medical Arts Building,
1550 N\V 10th Avc., will be open
two Wednesdays each month for
the present time; additional hours
will be announced at a later date.
The facility offers its services to
lM>th private and welfare patients
over the age of 14.
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+Jmi$ti TIcridRari
Friday, September, 22


Memorial Services Thursday
For Sam A. Goldstein, 77
Sam A. Goldstein. 77. a long-
lime resident of South Florida,
passed away Tuesday evening at
SAM GOLDSTtIN
Mount Sinai Medical Center as a
result of complications from a
stroke ha suffered 16 months ago.
Memorial services were to lie held
jit noon Thursday in Temple Israel
of Greater Miami. 137 NK 19th St.
Mr. Goldstein, a retired busi-
nessman, was born in Atlanta.
Ga., attended Hoys' High School,
and graduated from Southern Col-
lege of Pharmacy, a division of
Mercer University. He came to
South Florida in 19> and lived
here since that time except for a
brief period during World War II.
when he resided in Birmingham.
Ala., and Atlanta.
A civic and community leader.
Mr. Goldstein had been in the
linen supply business since 1926
and was honorary chairman of the
board of Sanitary Ijnen Service
Company of Miami at the time of
his death.
Mr. Goldstein was a founder.
life trustee and |>ast officer of Mt.
Sinai Medical Center anil a past
piesident of Temple Beth Israel.
West Palm Beach, and of Temple
Israel of Greater Miami. For more
than 16 years he served on the
Personnel Board of the City of
Miami Beach, including three
terms as chairman. He hail been
an officer and director of the
Miami Beach Taxpayers Associa-
tion, the Miami Beach Chamber of
Commerce, and seived as a trus-
tee of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation.
Mr. Goldstein was active in the
Anti-Defamation I.cague of B'nai
K'rith. and was the recipient of
that organization's annual fellow-
ship award in 1970. He seived as
chairman and cochainnan of the
Miami and Florida Boards, and
was president of lodges iti West
Palm Beach, Birmingham ami At-
lanta.
Mr. Goldstein, a Mason for more
than 50 years, also held member-
ships in the Miami Beach Kiwanis
Club, Mahi Shrine Temple. Na-
tional Conference of Christians
and Jews, American Jewish Com-
mittee, the Standard Club and
Westview Country Club. He was
a life member of the BrnndoLs Uni-
versity Clubs, and a former board
member of the Union ol American
! lebrew Congregations.
Mr. Goldstein is survived by his
wife, Lena; daughter, Blanche G.
Ross of New York; sons. B. B.
Goldstein and Charles Goldstein of
Miami; grandchildren. Arthur B.
Ross. Dorian Ross, B. B. Goldstein,
Jr.. John Goldstein. Patrick Gold-
stein and Amy Goldstein; sisters,
Mrs. L'li Levin of Atlanta. Ga..
Mrs. C. B. Cohen of Fast Chicago.
Ind., Mrs. A. C. Silvck of Wood-
mere, L.I.. N.Y.. and Mrs. M. N.
Kroloff of Washington. DC., and
a brother. Abe Goldstein of At-
lanta, Ga
The family will receive friends
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. B.
Goldstein. .",6 W. Rivo Alto Dr..
Rivo Alto Island. Miami Beach.
T. Bennahum, 68,
Buried In Israel
Funeral services for Theodore
Bennahum, 64, an international
financier, were held Friday in the
home of his sister. Hanna. and
brother-in-law. Dr. Maurice Zim-
Prman. of 2525 Pine Tree Dr...
Miami Beach.
Mr. Bennahum of New Yorki
and Paris, died FiTiay of cancer
in Mount Sinai Hospital. He was |
visiting his sister and had entered j
the hospital two weeks ago.
A native of Russia, he was a
member of a family that has been
active in Zionist affairs since 1SS0.
Mr. Bennahum became a mem-
ber of the early Haganah in Haifa
in \92? D>lring B:itish rule he
was a leader of the Irgun Zvai
I i underground forces.
Mr. Bennahum :\'-o Is sur i
hy bs widow, Muriel: two orn
David an I Mi hael; two brothers.
David and Victor: another sister.
Mr-, l.'sri Hacohen, and five
(children.
His b dv was flown from Miami
t.> Israi 1 Tuesday for burial near
I, rusalem. Newman Funeral Home
bituaries
Pioneer Miamian Esther Scheinberg Dies
Esther Scheinberg. pioneer Mi-
amian. passed away Tuesday fol-
lowing a long illness. .She made
her home here for the past 54'
years, coming from Asheville, N.C.
She is survived by tWO sons. Jo-
seph and Dr. Peritz Scheinberg
both of M'aml; two daughters, Mrs.
Martha Mvers and Mrs. Miriam I
LEGAL NOTICE
Cli'in of MVtmi: a sister, Mrs. Sara
Weinstein ol New York City, nine
grandchildren, and 10 great-grand-
children.
Services were to be held Thurs-
day at 11 a.m. in Gordon Fum ral
Home, with Interment in the fam-
ily plot at Mi. Nebo Cemetery.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2878
FRANK B DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Katate "f
HITII Q. 1.A HI.AX
1 Mceased.
To All Creditor* mid All Person* Hav-
ing Claim or Demand* Against Bald
Betate:
Tod are hereby notified and re-
quired I-, present any claim* and de-
mand*, which you m:i> have against
the estate of RUTH <;. i..\ BRAN de-
ceased late of Dada County, Florida,
to ihi- County Judge* of Dade County,
mid fill- the name in duplicate and a*
Deorided In Bectlon 788.16, Florida
Statutes, In their office* In the Coun-
ty C'ounhous.- In Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar month* from
the lime of the first publication
hereof, or Che *ame will b>- barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, Mils IS
day of Bepl .\.l>. 1ST*.
IRAN OU8KV
Ait Adm'nlatratrlx
C.T.A
First publication of this notice '!
the 11 da) of Kept., IM8.
TAUANOFF BAOBR
Attorney for Administratrix C.T A.
4*n Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
ih|- underaigfied, desiring to engage
InTbuslnes* under the fictitious name
ofl .MAIS'i.N" MARIE NOVIAS at 4181
Wl Flagler Street, Mhml Intends lo
reglsi<-r said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Mad.- County,
Florida.
MESON MARIE XiiVIas. INC.
a l-'la i 'orn.
Hidney Bfronson
Attorney for Applicant
ill Ainaley lluildlng, Miami
a jj-j* ii, .;-i::
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HERETTV rtlvrc.v thai
, 'he undaralgned, desirine to engaejre in
business under the fictitious nine of
iMPItnvK'iKVT ROOK8 COMPANY
I nt 134S x.w. 4Mh Avenue. Ona-
Ixirka. Fla. intends to reals! cr said
name with the cierk "f the Circuit
; Court ot Dade Cnuntv, Fir.ri.ln.
(IftBEXIJVKT) STIMWUS INC. Ian",
By: Manuel Greenland, nrealdenl
t/S-16-lS-xS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
| DADE COUNTY. F'.ORIOA
IN PRORATE
No. 8638?
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FNAL DISCHARGE
IN ItB: Rotate of
W.M.lH.i k c, BREWER
Decesaed,
NOTICE is hereby given thai we
have filed a Final Report and Petition
for Distribution and Final Disohnrae
a* Bxecutor* of the estate of \v.\I.-
POl-E < BREWER, deceased: and
that on the 14 day ,.f October, l!<71.
j will apply io the Honorable County
Judge* of Dade County, Florida, for
approvnl of said l-'innl Report and for
rtlatrlbutlon and final discharge n*
Bxecutora of the etate of the ahovi -
named decedent. This 14 daj nf Sep-
tember, 1*72.
ACBREY I. TAI RI'RT
ANTON I". KI'BICKI
HERBERT Z MARVIN
Attorni i
I ARSON AND MARVIN"
T7T S W 71 Av< Miami. PI* J8126
Phone: 161 -MSI
> 12-19 1.....18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY atVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
.1 businesa under the fictitious name
f HI. MOX8ENOH al 111 X K. Ind
Stre.i, Miami. Pin. intend- lo regist-
er sal,! name with the Clerk of ihe
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
.1' ISE UAMALaUl
I Id fi 1 ;
Itv It M'.l'.i *.\MI'EL J. VOX
(1. 1971. Jewish Telegraphic Agency)
What is it "kvittel?"
Kvittel" is a Yiddish word that
means a "note" or a "ticket."
What this word is perhaps best j
known for is the piece of paper.
on which some people write their 1
name and their request or need, j
This, according to Hasidic custom,
Is sent or handed to a Hasidie
rabbi, sometimes with "redemp-
tlon money" (i.e. "pidyon"! U|x>n
receipt of this the Hasidie rabbi
piays to the Almighty for the sake 1
of the individual whose name and
needs are inscribed on the note
ii.i "kvittel").
Sometimes a note like this is I
called a "tzetel." Sometimes notes
like these were left on the graves !
if saintly figures who were ex-
im cted to pray for the people
whose names were inscribed on
these notes. Some Hasidim will
leave such notes at the graveside
I of the deceased Hasidie rabbi who
served as their ideal mentor dur- j
ing his lifetime. Currently, one
can see such notes hcing left in
the crevices of the Western Wall
' in Jerusalem whore many |>eople
offer prayers.
Nachmanides. in his eommen-
I tnry to the Bible, relates that
I such a custom may have been
j based ii|sm a practice in the time ,
of Moses. Whoever came to see ;
Moses with a problem in the sanc-
tuary of old used to approach him
with a written note on which was
inscribed his name, the name of
his father and the name of his
tribe. The note may even have had
therapeutic value in the sense that
it gave the individual a feeling of
identity and allowed him to de- J
fine his needs and aspirations
which in itself is often a means
of helping to bring about a solu-
tion to one's problems.
BETTEN. l-.all ".. 61, of K.M.B
Riverside. Interment Mt Sinai.
BLUMBERG. Sidney, 61, of N.M.B,
Riverside
GROSSMAN Anna. vj. IS1 X. K. VJinl
St. Riverside.
JACOBS. Rthel, of M.H Riverside.
Interment Mt Nebo
MICHAELS. Nathan. 68, < Hay Har-
bor Island. Riverside.
^ABRIKANT, Anna, of Normandy
Me Riverside. Interment i*L- XA*-.,
BLACKWELDER. Delia, B6, 1861 N.W.
sth Ave. Riverside
CAPLAN. Abraham, ". 1770 79Ul SI .
Xorth Bay Village. Blaaberg.
COHEN. Arele. 88, of Hallnndale
Levitt.
GREENE. A. Benton, 88, 1800 Lay
Road, -M II Riverside.
HYMAN. Kv.i Belle, 73, of .Miami.
Hlasberg.
TAYLOR. Martin. 77, ISIS S.W. 11th
St. I'.la.-I.. rg .
DECTCHMAN. Henrietta ".. ol Hol-
lywood Gordon. Interment star of
David, ...
HARTMANN. John, 88, '.::'.:. 1 ollln*
\v. m B Riven Ide
KAY. Louis. 62, 1689 Washington Ave.,
M |! Gordon.
MOSKOWITZ. Eva 84, 1S1 "Ulna
v. M B Rivi
ROSEN. Jack Taff 1. of \l B. Riv-
erside Interment Mt, Nebo,
STUTZ. Allan. 67, 1850 Collins Ave.,
M 11 l!iv. '
BENMAHUN. Tl......Ion !S1S P
r...... tie y 11 Xcwtnan
DWORETT. Harry. 61. Of Jade Winds.
X >l !' l.e\ Itt.
HARPER. Rose, 71, of \1 B River
Hide 1.....-111 nt Siar of David
JACOBS. I illian, 88, '7ll N.W. 183rd
Dr. Levitt.
KAPLAN. Sol, B6, 848 'Lean Dr..
levitas. Prank, 87. of M.B River-
side Interment Star < 1 'avid.
ROSENFELD. Ann Oleeck, '". "I
Tamarac, Pla. Riverside
SHARP. Jacob, 84, I80
M It. Itiv. 1 -i.li
DISkin. Daisy, ol
side
Samuels. Anna, "4,
Dr.. M.B. Itiver-id,
WOLFMAN. William
166th St. Levitt.
ackerly. George C, 7.;.
Riverside.
BECK. Martha. 71. 146S North Treas-
ure Ir. N. Hay Village. Blaaberg,
GOLDSHLAG. Hanna. 81, of M.B,
Levitt.
GREEK, Sylvia, 7". of M.B. Levitt
jacobson. Sidney. 181 Point East
Dr.. N.M.B. Riverside.
MONHEIT, Samuel, 86, of Hallainlale.
Riverside.
SCHULMAN. Carl
'.. M.B. <;........
SNITZER. Jennie, -, ,-, .,
St. Kkuberg. *" M :|1
wXS?2F:l
HOLTZMAN. N-athi ,,
Dr. Riverside ij
kotel, Bonla, ;:., 1
NEUFELD, SBtthan. ., ,,. !
Inn Ave., .mi:, i:.,.,.,,,.
RICHMAN. Harry, ;,; ,,. |
Bl Gordon, Int, rm. m,
3CHWARCZ. >
led.. St. Rlvei-Kldr -'""
SHERMAN. Nat, 7. ,f ,.
1-f vitt.
COHEN, Ethel, B7 m i
lordon.
Cohen. Morrl*. u...
Ave. M II Bord.
FALK. I...... ;;. ..f \| it i.. f
fox. Abraliam I
M.B, Riverside I

Bay Road.
N.M.ii River-
(ISO Blarrlti
.,:. J6M N.E
.f M.B
FRANKEL. Han,, v
Riverside
idov. Hunry. 6!
>:de Intermei 1
MALAKOFF. Ml,
Palm Ave M U 11 .1.. '
pl,lrATE-,Y",'li'- 7; : "h'8t.l
Rlveraldi
SILVER I'n'..
M B. l:iv. i'miI,
COHEN. Ra.-h .1. || lSvrntt
M.B Blasberg.
FADEM. II..1
M R. Rivet
GERICHTER, li... ,, a
M 1: finrd 11 Inn 1 in, 1 1 "\|, x "
KLEIN. Sldnev : u,.., ,.
M 1: Riverside.
KUPPERSMITH. M. :> f ;, v
x M 1: Riverside
LADER. Faye. Iis ^^ ij*
X.M B Rivi r-ide
SLOTIN. Isadore -
M l: 1 lordon,
TUDRIN. Sot u.
I.:ik.-. Levitt
of UulJ
v m n
r..;. 8611 Collins
tUt West Avi
11 oil West
Hallainlale
M.
ABRAMSON.. Ionise.
Ave.. MB. Gordon,
BERGREN, Belle. 88,
M.B. Riverside.
BERNSTEIN. Kate.
Ave., M.B. Riverside.
FEDER. Meyer. 7:'. of
Riverside
GLICK. Kmanuel 7:1. 1116 Kin lid Ave .
M.B. Newman
GOLDEN. Jeanette, 87. ^.'1 B Bav
Harbor Dr., Bay Uarbor island.
Blaaberg.
GUTTMN. Helen .7 71:'. 86th St,
M.B. Blaaberg,
LATO. Martin. '?. 1780 7th St
Causeway, X Bay Village. Blaa-
berg
LEIBOWITZ. Bernard B '.. 110 1 "I-
llna Avi M B Blasbi ra
MOSKOWITZ. Joseph, 81, "."" Mh 81 .
M.B, Newman
rfics. Mil, ii.-. s7. :.t" 'I.,.111 Dr.,
MB. Blaaberg,
ROSS, liouise. 860 Euclid Ave., M.B
Riverside.
SCOTTO. ithoda. 68, :i-'i Ocean Dr.,
MIL Gordon, Interment Mt Xebo,
segal. Abraham, 88, 1S Jeffenxin
Ave M.B. Riverside
SPIEGEL. Carl, "". of Miami River-
aide, liiterm, nt Mt Sinai
GLASS. Isidor, 77. 686S Byron Ave.
Mi:. Blaaberg.
HERZFELD, Max. r.t. l:."" Ilav Road,
Mi: Riverside.
HYMAN. Leo II 4V 19410 N.E 18th
Court Riverside.
winter. Mai l<.n
Riverside,
DUBIN. Soee, 1683 I., n
New man.
GOODMAN. \he \
Riverside. Intermeni III -
GURANTZ. Ooldl-, : Ui'"i:
Ave m u. Newman Inl
Sinai.
JACOBS. Ethel, Of M II i:
KAY, .vtns Robert, 150 X.W
Ave. Gordon. Tub it Ml !t
LEWIS. Mary. Tl. '
M.B. Newinaii
LOVETT. Mamie. 88,
Ave., MB Riverside
myers, Israel, :i u.n n
side.
STEINBERG. Pried*
Ave.. M.B. Riverside
WEINER. Lew. 86, 5' > Octal
M.B Newman
FARKAS. Daniel, 5!.....sml l>
aide. Intermeni star ol David
-URiE. Brvlng, -it. \ 1 B LtvHi
KOMITO. Shirley :: ol v
-id.-
ROCKWAY. Roberi "f M n
Riverside. Intermeni StarufDW
SPIEGEL. Murraj w Su
Riverside
STERLING. .Mae l>
Kiv erside.
GELB
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Mietci'l Only Strictly Usiik
Monument Dfolu
Palmer's
Miami Monument Company
3279 S.W. 8th Street, Miami
444-0921 444-0922
Open Sunday thru Friday
Personalized Memorials Custom
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Anti-Semitic Incidents
Include Acid-Throwing
TEL AVIV iJTAl A number
of anti-Semitic incidents in Minsk,
nr.e of thrill involving a relative of
'ne of the Israeli Olympic ath-
letes killed in Munich, have been
reported by Jewish sources in the
Soviet Union,
The sources said that Daniel
Slavin. l-i-ycar-uld nephew of
slain Olympic wrestler Mark Sla-
vin, was attacked by hooligans
who threw acid on his face. He
suffered burns, but his eyes were
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September 22. 1972
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Page 15-B
IEGAI NOTICE
IEGAl NOTICE
Assured Travel Services has chartered
.-.e Queen Elizabeth 2 for two 15-day
;j/se- cruises to Israel during Israel's
SJver Anniversary celebration. Local
trave'. agents have reservation and book-
ing information; the three-year-old Cun-
ard liner will make its first departure
April 14 and its second April 28. The
second tour will include Independence
Day in Israel. The ship maintains a
kosher kitchen as part of its regular
operation.

lAJhat s C^coft
incj
bv urni siijkis
By KITH SIKKIS
tCopyrlght Iff"-. Jewish Telegraphic Agency)
isi tew days ago my publisher called mo and said: "Mrs.
... yo arc now the parent of a new book: it is beautiful
exciting, and you deserve a big Mazel-Tov!"
This aniioiineement ended a Ions period (more than nine
bni rl hard lalx>r that went into producing this volume. I
i. I ir.\ hook "A Taste of Tradition" and as a proud parent
i-anl I" share with you some of its vital statistics. While I do
)t know how much it weighs, I can tell you that it is album-
ifl s.xll inches) 128 pages, and with 18 full color photo-
;.; tu throughout. There are 11 chapters, each focusing on
oi ter Jewish holiday, with stories about the meaning, customs
K traditions of the holiday. Full menus and recipes follow, to
a total festive feeling.
The photographs were taken by my husband and lavishly
linnd by my publisher. Ward Ritchie Press. I am indeed happy
lat the lM>k is visually stimulating, since 1 believe that the
wish community in the United States is worthy of a modern.
i in colorful cookbook.
1 would like you to join my simchah I happiness i and enjoy
Isweet little recipe from my book. It is taken from the Purim
puprer that is named "Goodies for the Kiddies."
SMH.IXO CHOCOLATE CLOWNS
3 tbls. strong black coffee
1 tap. vanilla extract
1 asp. rum extract
12 Ice cream cones
ips vanilla wafer crumbs
I* ozs. margarine
|6 ozs. semi-sweet chocolate
f cur.it lug materials:
ob. semi-sweet chocolate
cup tiny chocolate candies
Crush vanilla wafers and measure 2'i cups. Melt six ounces
poeolato wiih three tablespoons black coffee in top of a double
l'i\ When completely melted, remove from heat and cool
I'-hlly.
Beat the margarine in a larger bowl until fluffy. Whip in
chocolate gradually, beating after each addition. Add the
iunbs and the flavorings and mix well. Chill until the mixture
Jmanageable. Shape into six equal balls and put on wax pftper.
fill thoroughly.
Melt two ounces of chocolate with two tablespoons water in
"I double boiler. Spread the tiny chocolate randies on n flat
|au. Cut six ice cream coins l1-.. Inches from the rim with a
"and knife. Use these as stands. Dip each ball in the melted
ocolate then roll in the candies to cover completely. Put on a
Itand." Invert another ice cream cone on top of each ba'l for
hat Decorate each ball, giving it a happy face, with candies
frosting. Makes six clowns.
rnillo Pledges
We School Aid
LECAl NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUOOE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
NO. 72-3795
f Tormllo. candidate for the aK?g*?t CRED,TORS
fla House of Representatives,! a.vna ai.tsi:i.i:i<
riei ioi Deceased.
pet 103, moved ahead this To All Creditor* anil All Persons Hav-
in Ma .__ r tng claims or Demand* Agolnsl Bald
'" ins campaign for nominn- r eMtate:
You are hereby notified and required
to present any ilaims and demanda
which you may have against the es-
tate of ANNA Al.TSFl.Elt dee,.i-.il
late of Mad.- County, Florida, to the
County Judgea of Dane Comty, and
file the name In dupllente and aa pro-
vided in Si.iion 7SS.U, Florida Btnl-
in.s. in their offices in the County
courthouse in Dflde County. Plorldn.
within si\ calendar months from the
Ima of the first publication hereof,
or ilo -am. ill i- barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, thli Snd
day of August, ah. ISTS.
: l: i:r l: l' l > l: A. BERX8TEIX
As EDxeoutrlx
First iiul.liiatii.ii or this noti,......
the 22 day of Beptember, I97S.
BARXEY BERNSTEIN
Attoi a. > for Executrix
ISO s E -ii.t Avenue, .Miami. Fla.
p st-ta in i,-i:'.
fn the Oct. 3 Democratic pri-
"ith the endorsement of the
Pization ol" Concerned CM-
for Better Government
Tornlllo, a leader in Dade
l/s fight for better education
?n Its citizens, said "local
"J taxes alone can no longer
'I public schools. Dade stu-
"HMt stop being short -
l''l. I will right to bring Dade
share of money for educa-
IEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71.1777
FRANK B. DOWLING
tn RE: Estate of
IIEIt.MINIA JOSEFINA CERI'I.IA
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All CredltnrH ami All Person* Hnv-
'"-' 'Maims or Demanda Against Bald
Estate:
Von are hereby notified ami rcqulr-
..I to preaenl any claims and demands
which you may have aitainat th< as.
tat. of IIEIt.MINIA Josi:I'IXA CBRC-
I.IA deeenaed lute of Dade County,
Flotilla. 1.. ilo- County Judges nf Dude
County ami file the name In dupllcntc
ami as provided in Beetlon ;:::: Hi, Flo-
in la Statutes, in ii. ii ..in. h in the
C......t.v t'ourthouae In Dude I'ounty.
Florida, williln sis ralendar months
from ilo lime "i Hi. first publii atinn
hereof, nr ih< -am.- ivlll be bnrreil.
Dated til Miami, Florida, Ihl* mil
doj ..i Kepi A |i 1972.
PKLAYi i CERCLIA
As Admlnlatratnr
Finn publication "f iiii> nnth on
the 22nd dnj of s. mi.ml., i. ii.Tl
filtOVEIt WEI.N'BTEIN
ft KTAI.'liER, P.A.
Attorney for
Estate of Hermlnla Joaeflnn Perulln
::.'." Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
I, IO.g) |fl j.u
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 if.
EDWARD A limit ER, Huahnnd
and SHERRY .MARIE llni 1VEH
wife
Tl SHERRY MARIE Hi 1VEI1
' n Emmeti Itohluaon
Route No 1
ii..\ .-...;.
Wllmer, Alabama
VOI' ARE HEIIEI1Y notified that a
Petition for Dissolution ..:' Marriage
lias been filed nirainst you. ami you
are hereby required to aerve a copy
of your answer or other pleading lo
the I'elHIoit on the Husband's at-
torney, I.ESTEH ROHERS, wluwe a ilr.ss is H.'.l N .w. Itrtl Avenue,
Miami, Florida il.'lt.i:., ami file the
original with th.. Clerk of the above
atyled court, on or before the SOth day
of October. IS7S, or a Default will be
entered ngalnat you.
DATED this i:iih day of September,
l*T2.
B. B. I.EATHEKMAN
t'u-rit of the Circuit Court
By: C. P. i'itPBl.AND
(lireull Court .Sent)
S/U-23-2S l" 6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY C1IVEN that
the undersigned, dealrins to engace in
bualneaa under the fictitious, name of
ERICH I'l.lTANI TKKS. ERIC'S
ri.ATAIN CHIPfl at number Z3HI w.
Flngler Street, In the City of .Miami.
Florida. Inlenda to register anld name
uiih the Clerk of th.- Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
Dated at .Miami, Florida, th
day of September, lii"^'.
I.A ESTItKI.I.A s A.
ii Foreign Corporation
by, ROBERTO CABRERA, I'r.sid.nl
B/22-3U 1" 8-18
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 72-18339
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN" RE: The Marriage of
l.i'i'lS (iOLDI.EAF,
l Eueband,
and
BETTY tlODDI.EAF,
Wife,
Ti i: Iii.'.ttv i:i il in i;ir
L'L'i-.'n ICIngebury Avenue
Flushing. New York 11 .flit
Vnr ARE HERBHY NOTIFIED that
an action for Dla olutluh of Marriage
hna been filed Agalnat you and you
art- required lo serve a copj ..f your
w rit t. n defi M.-.-. If any, to i* on
I'.MI. KWITXEY, attorney for Peti-
tioner, whose address la KWITXEY
I A KHOOP. 4.'" I.i......In Itond, Suite
1512. Miami It.a.h. Florida ai3!>, linil
file th.- original with tin- clerk of the
above atyled court on or before 0,-lob-
.r i. la.:.': oih.iwise a default illj
tie entered against you for the relief
demanded i'n the complaint or pell- :
' lion.
This notice shall he publlahed .....e
each week for four conoerutlve weeka
tin THE JEWISH I--1.' > 1: 11 > I W.
WITNESS my hand ami Ilo- -:.!
..i anld court 111 Miami. Florida on
this mh day of September, l78.
B. B, 1 BATHERMAX.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Pad. County, Florida
B) : I. BXEEDEX
As Deputy L'lerk
ti ireitii Court Seall
I'AFI. KWITXEY
KWITXEY A Kit" IP
13th -i-j.. i.ineolii Road- -Suite "i
.Miami Beach, Florida 33138
, Attorney for Petitioner
::--;.::.
ft ifi.2X.SS 1" '
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-18352 |
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION {
OF MARRIAGE
flflf%.\ffhlAOE rip
MARCIA E. GOXZAI.EZ del VAI.l.i:
and
CARLOS M. noXZAI.EZ del VAI.l.i;
In. CARLOS M. GOS7.Al.E7, del
VA1.I i:
Idol TSml sii.i
North Benpen, New .'. i m}
TOP ARE HEI1EI1Y NOTIFIED*
that mi artion for liis-ollltion of Mar-
riage has been filed agalnat you and
you are required to aerve a ropy ol
your written defense*, if any, to II on
MF.lt I til,I. I. LAMB. ESQ., attorney
for I'.-tilii.lier, uln.se address is S0t
Iiade Federal Building. Miami. Florid:*.
an.1 file (he original with the Clerk of
the above atyled court on or before
OotOber 12, |0?S| otherwise a default
will he entered against you for the
relief demanded in the complaint or
petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week tor lour eons.-rut ivc weeka
I in THE JEWISH FLTMUDIAK.
WTTNES8 my hand and Ihe aeal -if
anld court al .Miami. Florida on thia
'. day of Beptember. ISTS.
E. B. I.EATHEIt.MAN.
As pierk. Ciroult Court
Hade County. Florida
By C. P. COPEIAXD
As Deputy i.rk
(Circuit Court Seal)
MERRILL I I AMI:. B8g
KOI Had.- Federal llullll n
Miami. Florida. 33131
Attorne) for Petitioner
9 S-I.1-S!
NOTICE IINHcr nr.TITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIKItEi:\ GIVEN lh.it
the uiiii.-i--ii.ii.ii. (leaning lo eligajf' '
bualneaa under the fictltloua name .f
XATIOXAI. MTIOX PICTl'RB COR-
l'i iltA'rii in a Florida rtirparutloa,
il I. a VIRGINIA OAKS APART-
MENTS ai ::::"! Virginia street. Coco-
nut Grove, Florida ini-nds to retri-i.-r
said name with Ihe Clerk of Ihe Clr-
euii Court .'' Bide County, Florida.
ROXALD 1. I'A VIS
Ronald I. Da via
Aiioiue} for Nationul Motion Picture
Cnnioral...... a Florida corporation
.i"s-i.-.--_' -
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-4722
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In KB: Estate of
THE!' G. Al.V. ilil)
n......need.
To All Creditor* and All Peraona Hav-
ing Claim* or Demand* Againai Said
Batata:
You are hereby notified ami re.
quired to preaent any rlnlma ami de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of thro 0. AI.VORD de.
.-eased late of (irafion County. New
Hiunpahlre, lo the County Judges of
liyde County, and file the same In
duplicate and as provided in Section
733.16, Florida Statutes, in their of-
fiees ill tile COUIlty ("oUrlhouse ill
Had.- County. Florida, within six ral-
endar months from Ihe time of the
first publication hereof, or the aami
will be barred.
Dated al Ashland. N.H., this ISth
day of Sept., A.I" IMS.
JAMES It. AI.VI Htli.
Ancillary Executor
Flral publication of this notice on
III.- S3 day of Sept., ISTJ
MORTON II ZEMEL. ESQI'IRE
Attorney for Ancillary Excel.....
1*7.1 N.E. ISSrd Street
North Miami Beach. Florida 33103
ti SS-S8 1.....13
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT.
IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 72.4325
IN l!E: ESTATE OF
. ROBIN FltlNKS
and ROBERT .1. PRINKS. JR.
Minors Incompetent
CITATION (Publication)
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO MI1.PHE1) FISIVKS and all Other
persons concerned:
You are hereby notified thai a peti-
tion has been filed in said Conn
nraylng for MAROARBTTE FRIXKS
to be appointed Guardian of tierson
and proper!) nf ROBIN FltlNKS and
ROBERT .1. FRIXKS, Jit., minor*
and you are hereby required lo file
your written defenses thereto wlihln
thirty days after the first publica-
tion or poettng hereof, and serve a
copy thereof upon petltlrrnar'a at-
torney, whose name ami address are:
KWITXEY AXD KROOP, Bull* M2,
4-Jii l.in.oln Road, Miami It.a.h, Flo-
rida, if you fall lo do so. Judgment
may h......lered in due ...in-, upon
the pelttlon.
WITNESS niv hand and Ilo Heal "I
aald Court al Dude County. Florida
thi- 19th day of Sepl IB73.
FRAXK I: I" IWLIXtl
Oountj Judge
By: MELBA C. DICK
i ]. ii.
(C .1 S.-.i 11
;. SS-2 1" 1.-13
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-4&47
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
in RE: Beta.....I
BAMCBL .1. KLEIN
Deceaaed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor.- anil All I'ersons Hav-
ing i laiiii* or Demand* Agalnat BaJM
Estate:
I'ou are hereby notified and requir-
ed lo preaent any claim* ami demanda
which you may have again*! the --
late of SAMI'KL .1. KI.F.IN deceased
late of I iade County, Florida, lo the
CoUIIIJ Judges of Hade County, and
file the sam. in duplicate and as pro-
vided mi Section 733.16, Florida stat-
utes, iii their office* iii ihe County
i ..,n ilo .ii-. in Had. County, Florida,
within six ralendar month* from Ihe
lime of Hi.- first publication hereof,
or the .same will he barred.
1 e. t.d a I Miami, Florida, this Stn
day of Sept. AH. 1*73.
CART-TON D. KLEIN
THEODORE It KLEIN
As Executors
i'ir.-i publication of this notice "
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATF
No. 71-3318 (Primml
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
IN RE: Bi late >.i
Avv\ BVRGER
Deceased.
NttTICE is hereby given thai I have
Bled Final Report ami Petition for! the Fith day of Sepw-ralier. 1972
Hisirihution ami Filial Discharge as | Myers, Kaplan, Porter, l*vlnaon
Executor of the .stale of Anna Ber- | A KENIX
I uer. I......as.ii. ami that on the in day Attorney* for Bxeoutrrs
i of October, IfTS. will apply lo the suite 304IIW> S.W. First Street
Hi......aide County .Indues ..f Hade
I County, Florida, for approval of said
! Final Report and for distribution ami
; final discharge na Executor of ihe
estate of the above-named decedent
Thl* H dny of Bepten her. 1972.
Fred P'.iochel
executor
\ Kenneth M. Myers
Attorney
I lir.n s\\ Flral Streel
Miami. Florida 331.HI
:i jj-;:.....i-13
.Miami. Florida SS130
9 I r.-L-J--'! t" 8
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
ami
IK ISA RODRIGUEZ
Respondent
TO: ROSA RODRIGUEZ
Patricia Luhumba 4fl
Santiago de Cuba, Cuba
Vlif AltE HF.I'.EI'.Y NOTIFIED that
an action for Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed ogainal you and you .
are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any. to it on
Ol'tLUBRMO sosTClUN. attorney
for Petitioner, whose address i* tai _
N.W. l^ Avenue, -Miami, Fla. ::::I2S. !
and file the original with the clerk of
the above atyled court on or before
October 89, 1973: otherwise a default
will be entered agalnal you for the .
relief demanded ill the eompluillt or .
petition.
This notice "hall be publlahed nnpe
each week ror four ......aecutlve weeka
in THE JEWISH FI.OItllHAN
WITNI'SS my hand and Ul<
of said court at Miami. Florid:.....
tins Till day of Bent., ll-TL".
E. IV I.EATIIEIt.MAN.
A* i ierk, Circuit Courl
Dade County. Florida
By: H M KI8SEE
A- I i. put! i I.rk
ii 'In ult 'ourl S.al.
BTt IX R .v W iSTi 'III \
101 N W IS Avenue
Miami. Florida ::i^s
Allot il > foi Pi lltloner
: IS-SS-S'J l" I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No. 72-18576
In lie: The Marriage if:
MARY ANN VINEIt. Wife
and
BILL VINEIt. Husband
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: BILL VINEK ^
2(lfi N. ;.in Sir. .1
K'ansas City, Kalisa*
YOC AltE HEREBY NOTIFIED
ihui a Petition for Dissolution of Mar-
has been filed against you an*
ringe ........----- -
you are required to s.-rve a copy or
raur written defenses lo It. if any.
upon BTEPHBN I. i:\skin. Pell-
lioii.-r's attorney, whose address is
72IHI Bird Itoad, P.O. Box MM, Miami.
Florida, ::'.ir..'.. i......' before Ootober
30, 1972, and file ih. original with Hie
Clerk of this ("our! elthe
service on Petitioner's atti
Immediately thereafter:
default will >>'
demanded In the Petition.
WITNESS my hand and Ihe seal ox
this Courl on September n. 19*1.
K. It. LBATHERMAN
as Ch-rk of said Court
By: C. F. CUFEI.ANH
as Deputy Clerk
uit Courl Seal I
9/15-2S-2* 10 6
before
.i n.-y or
Otherwise a
entered for the relief
l.'li.
ATTORNEYS!
ATTENTION
f01? MESSENGER iE/fVlCE
solicits your legt1 notices
We appreciate your pa-
tronaqe and guarantee ac
curate service at ideal
rates.
Dial 373-460S


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