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The Jewish Floridian ( September 29, 1972 )

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Friday September 29,197-
letters to the editor
J.IHTOK. Th.- .|r\vi*h l-lurulkiii:
In the Insr phase of World War
H, inc darkest and bloodiest era
Or the Jewish petite, the episode
I J'K>1 Brand's attempt to save
i-.. remnants of the Jews from ex-
n came to lij.'ht. Brand's
iasi n .. :> negotiate ami ad-
.-. the All.'- about Kiohmann's
slfer that the Nazis were willing
'< PVrhangT 10.000 Jews rioomel
1 die. f..; Hi 000 tracks.
a needn't g>> into extrema I 1
n this offer of the Na is as '
oral oi their crime*. After all 1
characteristics were evi-j
fc-nceri by 'ho realities of the gas
; in the camps con-
ati K t.- fui the purpose of ex-:
Jewt The Eich- j
i'lnn. however, still express-
: the devilish natuie of the Gei-
. ui Th:}ii Reich.
Certainly the Soviet I'nion also
litted mon severe crimes
1- lil .-. initv than their ;-
t-nt introduction of ransom pay-
nents tor Jews wanting to emi-l
prati to their homeland. Israel.
Although this type of crime can be .
,n>i iered minor eomi>are he 30 niili.on victims al the Sta-
in purgi a. it is significant ar.il at I
tame time astonishing that in
his day and time, when a nation ,
an send spacecraft to the stars.
they can at the same time, be,
:ankly and unashamedly occupied
A'th clave trading.
In Saudi Arabia, while there is I
authorities have been denying the 1
xistence of it. Not so in the
".' S.S.R.. where they openly de- I
lare the price of a Jew in order ,
to let him go. They are not dis-
turbed about world opinion since
hey set their own standards of
Justice, maintaining that they re-
iresent a progressive society.
I'hich indeed is cynical and deep-
j reactionary, and lias been since
. is Inception In 1917.
It would be understandable if
hey wanted to hold back Jews to
ivoid "brain drainage" to simply
orbid their departure, as they are ,
! in| in numerous cases. It would 1
llso lx- plausible if they restrained '
n oft -sionals whose departures
might endanger military secrets.
The real reason seems to be that
the Soviet Union needs dollars and
tor the lack of commodities they i
ire willing to trade Jewish human
flesh which is available for e.\|>ort.
ll a let price.
It may sound absurd that a
1 i> dually stooping to blackmailing
Jews for their desire to live up to
their human rights to leave that
country. The Kremlin is surprised
that the world today is not willing
to accept a slave-trade policy
k wly installed bv them.
After all. in accordance with appointment should be on merits
theii beliefs, man is not a living only, regardless of ethnic extrac-
l > is>!-. with human rights, but a tion and what activities, in behal!
... ... ...I_: l_ VJl___._ .!__ t ... *___; ,L --_______:*. ; *u
commodity which belongs to the
state the same as a tractor to
be sold or disposed of. The me-
dieval slave traders used the same
simple logic in their thinking as
the Communist rulers of Russia
are doing today trying to sell
their merchandise at the highest
price.
This was also Kichmann's logic
about 30 years ago when he dis-
l-atched Brand with his offer. Con-
side: ing the similarity of the to-
talitarian systems' moial stand-
ards, why should Bre/hnev think
nth. 1 wise"
MAIRKE GOLDRING
Miami Beach
EDITOR, The Jew1-h Floritlian:
of the Jewish community in the
past, can Ringter show for Mc-J
Govern?
Ringler's statement that "thej
fact thnt Henry Kissinger can he
marginally identified as a Jew.''
can only be attributed to his lack
of knowledge of Mr. Kissinger and
his .1 A-nts. I venture to say that,
they are more affirmative Jews:
than Ringter, even though he Is a
rabbi.
T. S. Elliott, the great poet and j
Nobel Prize winner, wrote in his
essay or. Intellectuals and Poli-
tic*." The importance of Elliott's
analysis lay in his conviction that
a man renown in one field has no
license to use such renown to.
exercise influence in another field
In which he i< not technically com-
I read in amazement the art.-' !*'""nt ur ra''bi< and 0,hor ''aid,
cle bv Adon Taft. in the Miami religious leaders, like all other.
Herald, which begins with "Rabbi cUbsens. have a right to discuss
Stanley A. Ringter, director of the hauea involving politics, but not
Hillei House at the University of I irom ** purpit and with the ape-
Miami, will criticize Jews support- cific understanding that when
Dig the reelection of President
Nixon tonight during the Kol
Nidre service."
I deplore Rabbi Ringlet's sound-
ing off on a subject in which he.
they s;>eak politically, to make it
clear that they speak as individuals
and not as rabbis.
Stanley Ringter has rendered a
disservice to his people and to the
apparently has no competency and. Pulpit by sounding off as he did.
certainly, no right to speak on I am mailing a copy of this tet-
from the pulpit. He is guiltv of ter- and article lo Mr. Alfred
violating one of our cardinal con- Jo*!*", executive director of the
Stitutional provisions of separation HUM Foundation with the request
ol state and church. ; that RBDbi Rmsler apologize pub-
No one questions the right, nay. ""* for susinS th* P"1**-
the duty of the clergy to take a LEON* J. EIX
vigorous stand on moral issues and Miami
it should be all through the year,'__________________________
not just before election time, but'EDITOR. The Jewish Florittian:
the clergy, whether rabbi, minister.
or priest, has no right to discuss! The advertising matter which
political personalities from the pul-! was IMished in your Sept. 22 is-
pit. Seconilv. the clcrgv has no!sue is a flagrant display of stu-
greater insight to political issues' Pidit>' and bad taste. I refer to
than the average layman. On thej!:va Siegels statement on Page
contrary, not having been exposed' ^"A-
to earning a livelihood in business I am chaplain of the Disabled
ir industry, they are generally Veterans of New York State,
less qualified to speak on the prac- spending a few weeks here with
tical application of issues involving one of your subscribers, Theodore
methods that would give the great- Kirsh. This article is an insult to
' -t LT'x>d to the greatest number. | Mr. Kirsh and myself, and I want
Rabbi Ringter presumes to >">" to know *
speak against President Nixon au-' Mr. Kirsh requests you cancel
thoritatively when, in fact, he is, his subscription to your paper,
utterly ignorant of Mr. Nixon's when it expires. I hope many more
personal views, likes, dislikes, loy- of your subscribers demand the
allies and beliefs. Ringler says, same action.
"The 20th century presidents have Incidentally, we are both of the
1 demonstrated their sensitivity to. Jewish faith,
an interest in. the Jewish commu- (D/TOR'S NOTE: The publication
nlty in several telling ways ;l of p,luJ a,*Memn do net im-
| primarily in accessibility and j r,%. [hj. The hwish F]oridun en.
I a] pomtments. and in public inter- imm ,,if ^..,nIi contamed ,,,,.
est in the work! Jewish commu-
nity." Does he include Franklin
Delano Roosevelt and his concern '
for the Jewish people The ap-1
! '-ointment of judges or any other
in)
IRA KNASTER
Astoria, N.Y.
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EDITOR, The Jewish Floridiaii:
Would you please stop putting
that crude ad by Eva Siegel in
your paper? Its unfair and ugly.1
She just seeks to hurt our Presi-
dent. Why doesn't she say some-
thing about the Arab terrorists? '
She couldn't care less, she's just
out to harm our President.
E. KAIXTIMAN
Mi.uiii Beach
Israel May Outlaw JDL
Continued From Page 1-A
in.- either on liehalf of the gov-
ernment or on behalf of the
courts.
Mr. Shapiro told the JDL
leader that the government ha<
no intention of lettins other peo-
ple handle the security of Is-
raelis and other Jews abroad
Rabbi Kahane reportedly con-
1 i tiii> and admitted that the
JDL "made a mistake." He
piomisod that no more attempts
would be made by the JDL to
smuggle arms out of Israel.
But the militant leader said
that befnr- the "deal** fi-
lial, he hail to "consult" with
Mr. Paglin and Abraham Her-
shkovit/. a -IBI. member ar-
rested at I.ixl Airport week
ago when he tried to leave the
eonntrj with a crate of weap-
ons and ammunition faKel.N la-
beled "biscuit machinery"
Mr. Paglin, 50. who has re-
mained under semi-house arrest
was detained after Mr. Hersh-
kovitz war arrested. Police fail-
ed o'ltain an extension of their
detention order for him I
district court judge
order the former Irgun opera.
tions chief to remain .n a note!
and authorized police tu muni,
tor telephone calls he made and"
r < ived.
Police sources said Mr. ?.
lin's further interrigation would
depend on the outcome u\
interrogation of Mr. -
who was re!ea.-ed Mon
Reduce Legislature's
Size, Says Mcknight
Bob McKnlght, a candidate [
District ll'J "South Da I 1 How
Bgainsl Incumbent Jeff Gau,
t.': has called foi ing the
size of th" legislature "to su
taxpayers million- if ,
"We are taxing the citizens of
cur area to inci e
Mr. McKnlght said
seem only logical that 1 : wayi
end needless taxation wouM
eliminate waste in go<
and it is wasteful to m to -pe:;-
millions of dollars jus) 1, have a
large legislative body'
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Local Synagogues Pledge
$900,000 In Israel Bonds
Typical Jew Of 1970s Seen As Highly
Educated, But Religiously Illiterate
LOS ANGELES AConcerva-l Mr. Kotzen said the lypli
live synagogue administrator has Jew "will study Zen, Buddhism,
nredicted thai the average aduii 'Eastern religions and mystieis
Local synagoguea reached, now
h-ishts in responding to Israel's
urgent nee* by )>ledging $900,000
In Israe! Boftds during the recent
Hfch Holiday campaign it has been
reports!.
S>-nagoeue members were mind-
sop
Continued From Page 4-A
A
tloned, President Nixon is also
known to believe' that the slate
.if the U.S. election campaign in
mid-September will greatly In-
fluence I be decision in Hanoi.
In this connection, much im-
pact can be expected from the
Louis I Ian-is poll, again show-
ing Sen. MeGovcrn a dreadful
34 point* itehind.
LONG AGO, furthermore, the
Hanoi leaders plainly decided to
wait and see how things might
develop before making any gam-
ble on Sen. McGovern. That is
the real meaning of the far-from-
jtearcl "secret meetings" he-
tween Lc Due Tho and Dr.
Kissii
Thus far, Hie "secret meet-
ings" have been nothing more
nor less than a device for keep-
ing Hanoi's options onen against
the II i when a decision about
ettli ment would even-
5 have to be taken. Thus
there iva considerable meaning
In the simole fact of the long
I in Paris last Fridav.
There are also other facts
i) cons Ider. En route to Paris.
for one thing, Le Due Tho
clearly heard unnalatahle news
In Moscow. Until recently, the
Soviet formula for relations with
North Vietnam remained "a'l
leeessarv aid until complete
victory."
BIT WHEN Le Hue Tho
passed through Moscow. Pravda
published an authoritative arti-
cle merely promising "all-round
Bid." There was no mention
whatever of "complete victory.'
The dilution of Soviet support
\;i< both obvious and serious.
For the Politburo in Hanoi,
however, the fact thnt Quang
Tri has now been retaken bv
iii South Vietnamese no doubt
weighs heavier than nnv change
Soviet attitude. Elements of
io less than five North Viet-
lamese divisions have been ns^d
In the defense o( Quang Tri. The
troops in the citadel were liter-
ally under orders to "fight to
the death."
But In much of the fighting
II and around Quang Tri. the
North Vietnamese high com-
nand has had to use absolutely
aw, almost wholly untrained
v- rvists. Barring a regiment
ir two, Hanoi has already thown
mto battle all the men in North
Vietnam's equivalents of U.S.
basic training camps.
THIS PARTLY explains
Quang Tri's recapture by the
southerners. And with Quang
Tri lost, and with no remaining
apabllity to threaten Hue. the
lorthern high command faces
a bleak prospect.
To be specific, the North Viet-
namese forces have now dis-
astrously failed in their area of
naximum effort. Hence it seems
unlikely that they can still put
on a big, noisy show in South
Vietnam in October. They may
he able to stage the kind of
high point" that really amounts
to nothing more nor less than a
firecracker demonstration. But
they will ne<>d enormous luck to
do hotter than that.
Such are the factors. Yet one
must always remember that any
order to Le Due Tho to seek an
early settlement will necessarily
mean a deep change in the Hanoi
Power structure. And one must
also remember Adolf Hitler's
suicidal obstinacy in 1945.
ful of their important role in the
Jewish community as they con-
tributed to the Israel Bond pro-
gram of strengthening Israel's
economy, providing jobs for the
: expected influx of 70.000 immi-
grants from Russia and elsewhere,
and protecting the country in those
times of international crises.
Rabbis here and throughout the
United States responded to a tclc-
, phone message from Prime Minis-
! ler Golda Meir, which was re-
layed by Simcha Dinitz, director
general of the Prime Minister's
office.
The Prime Minister's message
condemned the tragic massacre of
Israeli athletes at Munich and de-
plored Russian action barring the
emigration of educated Jews
through exorbitant fees.
Milton M. Parson, director of the
' State of Israel Bond Organiiation
; in the Greater Miami area, pointed
out that the High Holiday effort
: marks the launching of an inten-
sified fall campaign.
Mr. Parsons praised the follow-
ing synagogues and their leaders
for participating in the High Holi-
day effort: Agudath Israel Hebrew
; Institute. Rabbi Sheldon N. Ever,
Rabbi Igor Hershkowitz, presi-
dent; Beth El Congregation. Rabbi
Harry Rothman, Hyman Chahner.
president; Beth Israel Congrega-
tion. Rabbi Mordeeai Shapiro. Max
Gutmann, president; Beth Kodesh
Congregation, Rabbi Max Shapiro.
Ben Wise, president; Beth Moshe
Congregation, Rabbi Joseph A.
Gori'inkei. Charles Weisman, presi-
dent, and Beth Tl'ilah Congrega-
tion. Rabbi Joseph K. Rackovsky.
Rev. Joseph Krantz, president.
Also B'nal Raphael Congrega-
tion. Rabbi Victor D. Zwelling,
Bmanuel Rosenberg, president:
Jaeob C. Cohen Community Syna-
gogue. Rabbi Tibor M. Stern, Al-
fred Lieber, president; Hebrew
Academy, Rabbi Alexander Gross.
Irving Firtel. president; Israelite
Center, Rabbi Paul J. Bender.
Chester Letter, president; Knes-
seth Israel Congregation, Rabbi
David Lehrfteld, Jacob Modansky,
president; Sky Lake Synagogue.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Morton
Maisel. president, and'Temple Beth
Raphael. Rabbi David Raab. Sam
Cohen, president.
Also Temple Beth Shalom
11 lolly wood I, Rabbi Morton Ma-
lavsky, Jack Shapiro, president;
Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi I.eon
Kronish, F.li Katzin, president;
Temple Menorah. Rabbi Mayer
| Abramowitz. Robert L. Siegel.
] president; Temple Nor Tamid.
; Rabbi Eugene Laboritz. Charles
! Goldstein, president; Temple Sinai
i Hollywood I. Rabbi David Sha-
| piro, Robert J. Margolis. president;
' Temple Tifcreth Jacob. Rabbi Na-
j than Zolondek. Marvin Rekshen-
| thaler, president; Temple Zamora,
I Rabbi Maxwell Berger, Louis Al-
weiss, president, and Young Israel
of Greater Miami. Rabbi Zalman
Kosow-ky. Barry Schrciber, presi-
dent.
American Jew in the "70< will be-
a member of the nation's most
'iterate group but "ill be relig- |
lously "illerale."
Tin- prediction was made by
Louis Kotzen, executive director
.if Temple Beth Am of Los An-
geles and the new president of the
Western Association oi Temple j
and Synagogue Admin'stra-.
*OTS. Kot/en told a meeting of thcl
congregation that in the '70s.,
nearly l()'- of all college studentsI
n the United States will be of i
Jewish birth though American
Jews are less than V'< of the total
population. Currently, he reported
between 80 and 90r: of eligible
Jewish young people are in col-
lege and more than half of those
getting a bachelor's degree go on
to advanced study.
Though the typical American
Jew will buy more books, see more
plays and concerts than members
of other ethnic groups, the official
said, he will have had only four i
to six vears of Jewish education,
He said this was equivalent In
hours to less than half the time
spent in front of the television set !
before starting kindergarten.
but wi'l not have made any seri-
ous study of the one unique book
that records rules for ;i way to
live and which has stood the t st
of time the Torah." Such trends
have led the synagogues to reduce
iremhetuhK* due; for young cou-
rses and to hold several op
houses" for voiwj prospective '
members. Mr. Kot/en said..
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Page 11-C
lAJltat 9 C^oohi
n
9
lv III Til SIBKIS
.
Mrs. Baxter Named To Head Committee
Irving Canner, finance vl pres-
idenl of the Hiltel Community Day
School, has announced the ap-
pointment of Mrs. Harvey Baxl
us chairman of the third annual
UniK r-dance to be held at the
*" Rd n me H,.,-i ShrrTroav evenl
N'ov. is. Dancing In the Cotillon
Room of the hotel will follow a
cocktail hour and dinner.
Mrs, Baxter, whose husband is
legal adtds ir of the school, re-
cently assumed the position of
in mber of the National Council of
Jewish Women, ORT and repre-
sents Hillel al th Women's Divis-
ion ol the Greater Miami Federa-
tion.
Si rving with .Mrs. Baxter on 'he
linner-dano i om nittec are Mrs.
Me] Drucker, Mrs. Herb Gold,
Mrs. Lee Duffner and Mrs. Mar-
H'upyrlirtit 1*T2, fewirti Telegraphic Ageuey)
I i dash of spice can do to a di.-li is unbelievable. A
neresting dish can be transformed into an exotic
v I)) adding spices and herbs. On a recent trip to India
[. ..iih the artful use of seasonings. The Indian
,n in. very simple and basic ingredients into a Maha-
tack home I experimented with some recipes thai
,,.,,.,! [here, and was delighted with .wry one of them.
s a recipe for a vegetable dish. The familiar green beans
an 0-iental specialty which can be savored hot or cold.
sl'IC'V VEGETABLE DISH
1 tsp. curry powder
dash coriander
2 this, ground coconut
2 this, lemon juice
fresh green beans
I- oil
:_ onion, chopped
It p -alt
Idash black pepper
|(.(.in the Heads, remove the ends and the string, cut Into
I h [iio
Ihe onion in the oil in a big skillet until just golden
I Add the seasoning and stir for one minute. Add the cut
y. stirring constantly for about five minutes.
r'.nkle th cocoi ut, cover the skillet, reduce the heat and
. mules. Drizzle lemon juice, 'taste and add more
il ,-,i,.! Serve hot. warm o: cold.
ome is more economical than buying cakes a1
\ kei or bakery. Just compare prices of Hour, eggs
:,- baking ingredients to the prices of cakes, and
II mil a big difference. Baking at home can also give
-ense ol satisfaction and accomplishment, and at the same
I Ihe nutritious quality Of the ingredients which went
e ike To those of you who are either inexperienced
in reluctant to undertake complicated procedures.
- an easy-to-malM coffee cake. It is almost fool-prool. takes
noiv than 10 minutes to put together, hakes nicely without
chance ol flopping, and tastes delicious. The cake has sour
m in It, which gives a velvety texture. It stays fresh and
k several days, and Ls perfect for serving any time, from
Ikiasl to midnight snacks.
COFFEE CAKE
p* flour
iMn.. powder
-il salt
1 margarine (or butter I
u. ugar
1 tsp. vanilla extract
1 pt. sour cream
I'm- < tarnish
1 '- cup chopped nuts
1 tsp. cinnamon
2 this, sugar
:-r a medium baking pan. Heat the oven to 330 degrees
enheit.
Hour, salt and baking powder in a bowl. In another
I the margarine and sugar. Add the eggs and continue
Jin. until the mixture is smooth. Add the flour and sour
nately, stirring after each addition.
the sugar, chopped nuts and cinnamon in a separate
I Put about hall of the batter in the baking pan and sprinkle
\\ half o' the nut mixture. Spoon over the rest of the batter
tinkle the nuts on top.
lor alwut 30 minutes until the cake becomes brown
la wooden toothpick comes out dry if inserted in the center.
iih. or store tightly covered in the refrigerator.
NOODLE RING
"J< .-b food" is synonymous, to me at least, with good,
|n> delicious, moist, and wholesome food. It may not be as
pisti ated as the French food, or as complicated as the
ii-': but it is the kind of food that promises to be very
fvable. Maybe we like Jewish food so much because it re-
is i- of mother's (or grandmother's) kitchen, a place full of
aromas, offering tasty snacks, satisfying meals, and
Ihiy baked goodies. And then, maybe we like it because Jew-
Ifootl is generally made of basic, nutritiously sound ingredi-
i necessarily the most expensive ones), like milk prod-
getabl s. fish and low-priced meats. One thing is certain:
fish loud is always made with care and love, the most im-
lani ingredients in any recipe.
I The recipe here, a typical one, is made of noodles, eggs, sour
lm. nuts and raisins. It yields a delicious noodle-bake, to be
V<1 bs a cake or luncheon dish.
"'. wide noodles 2 eggs
oz. soft butter 1 t^p- vanilla extract
cup sugar 1 tsp. cinnamon
cup raisins 1 pt. sour cream
cup (hopped nuts
Cook the noodles in a big pot with salted water for about
hi minutes, just till they are tender. Drain the water, using a
(nder; add the butter to the noodles and toss lightly to cover
a film of fat. (This avoids sticking.)
Mix the eggs and sour cream and add to the noodles. Then
the rest ot the ingredients and mix till there are no more
cs of the eggs or cream.
Gi as a medium-sized tube-pan (you may also use a square
and transfer the mixture into it- Bake hi a 350 degree
enheit oven for about 40 minutes, or until the noodle-bake
ts lo brown and the sauce around the noodles becomes solid.
pan knife inserted in it should come out dry. For a browner,
t'l' bake bake for another 10-15 minutes.
lemeve lrom oven, cool slightly and remove from pan inlo
fail's plate. You may sprinkle the top with additional cinna-
Serwe warm or cold. Tile noodle-rini: stays fresh if kept
y Covered in the refrigerator for two or three days
,
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BASKIN
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Natalie Baskin recognizes court cases as important mat-
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. highly regarded in judicial circles. Her opponent, Ralph
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the Grand Jury to investigate his granting of bail bond reduc-
tions to narcotics suspects. In 1971 the Grand Jury asked Gov.
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stamp warrants."
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dates in this race thank their many friends and urge them to join
in supporting and voting for Natalie Baskin.
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^Jewish Floridiaia
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
i 45 Number 39
Miami, Florida Friday, September 29. 1972
Three Sections
Price 25 cents
Worldwide Security Measures Taken
JERUSALEM (WNS) 1s-
I raeli officials in Israel tightened
security this week and a team
of Foreign Ministry officials
took orf for various Israeli em-
bassie- throughout the world
to make sure that security reg-
ulations are strictly observed.
The Foreign Ministry team
headed by the Ministry's Dep-
uty IX-vM-.tor General Morde-
rhai Kidron, is expected to scru-
tinize the enforcement of se-
curity regulations dispatched by
the Foreign Ministry.
The source refused to discuss
the new security measures, but
it was clear that they were
SAMS Type Missiles In
Soviet Airlift To Syria
TEL AVIV (JTA) Western
intelligence sources indicate that
[the ne Soviet airlift to Syria
(include- the sophisticated
(ground-to-air missiles of the
Is AM-.", type which were installed
[earlier in the Suez Canal zone
land to sniard other vulnerable
target* in Egypt, it was reported.
Israeli sources said the air-
lit't to Syria was one way Mos-
|co has of indicating to Egypt
(that Russia has other friends
lin thi Arab world. The Rus-
sians, they added, are accom-
panying their airlift with warn-
ings to Syria of an imminent
I Israeli attack.
The Syrians have reacted by
I intensifying their anti-aircraft
defense. But they are pulling
I back terrorist units from the
Golan Heights border to avoid
provocative incidents, Israeli
I sources said.
In Washington. State Depart-
ment spokesman Charles Bray
said that the increased equip-
ment and arms to Syria ''obvi-
ously could increase tension in
the area. That would not be a
welcome development." He add-
ed that to "the best of our
knowledge" the United States
docs not have details of the con-
tents of the Soviet arms ship-
ment.
Secretary of Defense Melvin
Laird, questioned on the Soviet
airlift of military equipment to
Syria, declined to predict or ana-
lyze publicly the implications of
that activity, but declared he is
"watching" the situation "very
closely" and alluded to the
American Si\th Fleet in the
Eastern Mediterranean.
Appearing on NBC TVs
"Meet The Press." Sec. Laird
said he w-as "concerned" about
the airlift and that he "would
hope that the major powers in-
volved, particularly the Soviet
Union, would use caution in the
Middle East at this time."
The presence of the American
naval units in the Middle East
area and ground forces in Eur-
ope, Mr. Laird said, "are indeed
a stabilizing factor and make
the opportunities for peace and
for the continuation of the lim-
ited cease-fire in the area a
possibility."
Asked whether there was a
good chance Egypt might in-
vite the Russians to return to
Cairo if Egyptian President Sa-
dat should fail to achieve diplo-
matic progress and the Soviet
equipment he now has breaks
down. Sec. Laird replied he
would not make "any sort of
prediction along that line," but
observed that the "Russians are
turning to increase their aid
and assistance to Syria."
taken in the aftermath of the
letter bomb wave that flooded
Israeli diplomatic missions last
week in Europe, North and South
America and Canada, and which
took the life of Ami Shechori,
the agricultural attache at the
Israeli embassy in London.
In Israel, security officials
acted in two areas to prevent
any new Palestinian terrorist
outrages in the post office
where a careful check is being
maintained for booby-trapped
letters and at Haifa port in re-
sponse to an anonymous tele-
phone call that a major attack
was being planned on a passen-
ger liner arriving from Europe.
A search found the Israeli
motor ship. Dan, clear of any-
Anti Terrorist Israel May
Action Sought utIaw 'DL
UNITED NATION'S (VVNSl
The United States and Israel
I will both seek determined ac-
tion in the United Nations for
the suppression of terrorism.
The l.S.-Israeli affinity of
thought on the matter emerged
this week after u meeting be-
tween U.S. Secretary of State
William P. Rogers and For-
eign Minister of Israel Abba
F.bun.
State Department spokesman
Charles Bray said after the
Roger--Eban meeting and a
meeting between Secretary
I'. >.':- and French Foreign Min-
iPolice, Militia Guard
|Israel Philharmonic
CARACAS, Venezuela
Tightened security measures
were ordered here during the
Israel Philharmonic Orchestra's
appearance. The orchestra, which
gave two performances under
the direction of Zubin Mehta,
Was heavily guarded by police
and military units, particularly
during the concert attended bv
Venezuela's President. Rafael
CaMera and his wife.
Orchestra members said that
at no time after the Munich
massacre occurred (when the
orchestra was in Brazil* was any
| consideration given to cancella-
tion of the tour. The orchestra
fd its director received much
critical acclaim here.
Lster Maurice Schuman. that
what the U.S. has "in mind for
di.-cussion and decision (at the
U.N.) is the kind of inadmissi-
ble, criminal and essentially in-
ternational" terrorism which in-
cludes "death by mail" such as
the srate of letter bombs sent
recently to Israeli diplomats in
many countries.
Mr. Rogers reportedly stressed
I'.S. concern on the need to
combat terrorism and Indicated
that the United States would
press hard for sanctions to elimi-
nate aerial hijackings, a com-
mon form of terrorism employed
by Arab guerillas and others.
U.S. moves in that direction
in the U.N. have strong Con-
cessional backing: the U.S.
Senate this week overwhelm-
ingly adopted a stern anti-hijack-
ing measure.
Mr. Eban reiterated previ-
ously reported assertions by Is-
raeli sources that Israel would
hit at terrorism and saboteurs,
adding "it is not our obligation
to sit back and have the ter-
rorists cut our throats."
At the United Nations. Is-
rael's Ambassador Yosef Tekoah
accused the Arab governments
of having provided military, fi-
nancial and other support for
terrorist organizations for more
than two decades.
Mr. Tekoah spoke after the
General Assembly, by a vote of
Continued on Page 12-A
thing suspicious and the ship
berthed this week in Israel and
the passengers left promptly
and quietly.
Meanwhile. General Ezer
Weizman, chairman of the Herut
Party, advocated that Israel
apply direct and severe military
pressure against Arab countries
that aid and support terrorists
in order to force those coun-
tries to put an end to terrorist
operations themselves.
The former Air Force com-
mander and former Cabinet
minister claimed that the se-
lective bombing of terrorist
bases in neighboring countries
and the periodic search and de-
stroy raids into terrorist zones
were ineffective.
JERUSALEM (JTA) Po-
lice Minister Shlomo Hillel warn-
ed this week that the govern-
ment is considering outlawing
the Jewish Defense League be-
cause of its admitted part in
alleged arms smuggling at-
tempts. "We will not counten-
ance exploitation of our demo-
cratic society for actions which
are outright violations of Is-
rael's sovereignty," he said in
a radio interview.
Last week JDL member Yo-
sef Schneider, was arrested on
suspicion of involvement in arms
smuggling. Mr. Schneider, a So-
viet immigrant, works as JDL
secretary in Jerusalem.
Rabbi Meir Kahane, JDL lead-
er, was Interrogated by police
in Tel Aviv but was not de-
tuined. A police spokesman said
the interrogation was curtailed
because of the advent of the
Sabbath, and it would be con-
tinued at a later date.
Rabbi Kahane later offered to
trade information if charges
were quashed against JDL mem-
bers and Amitai Paglin, a for-
mer Irgun leader, accused of
trying to smuggle arms and am-
munition out of the country for
a counter-terrorist campaign
against Arabs in the United
States and Europe. His "deal"
with Justice Minister Yaacov
Shimshon Shapiro was con-
firmed by government sources.
They asserted, however, that the
Justice Minister promised noth-
Continued on Page 6-A
Exhibition Cosponsored By Israel, Japan
TOKYO (JTAiA five-day cultural exhibition on ancient
Israeli civilization was held last week in the Mitsukoshi department
store in Nihombashi. The exhibition was cosponsored by the Israel
government and Japan's Ministry of International Trade and
Industry.
Harvey Prize Winners Announced
NEW YORK (JTA i -Two American scientists have been
selected as the first winners of the Harvey Prize of the American
Society for Technion-Israel Institute of Technology. Each prize
carries a cash award of $35,000. The winners, announced by Lau-
rence A. Tisch, president of the American Technion Society, were
Dr. William J. Kolff of the University of Utah College of Medicine,
for his pioneering work in the development of artificial organs,
and Dr. Claude E. Shanron of the Massachusetls Institute of Tech-
nology, for his contributions to science and technology. The award
ceremony will be held Oct. 22 at the home of Israels President
Zalman Shazar.
Soviet Jews Worse Off Since Summit?
LOS ANGELES (JTAiThe White House has a private
memorandum from a knowledgeable non-government source saying
that Soviet Jews feel their position has worsened as a result of
President Nixon's Moscow summit visit last May, the Los Angeles
Times reported.
Syrian Embassy Ransacked
BRUSSELS (JTAThe Syrian Embassy here was ransacked
and furniture in the ambassador's office destroyed last weekend
by unknown persons who apparently entered the building through
an adjoining door. Police said they found no trace by which to
identify the invaders. A Syrian spokesman, however, blamed "Zion-
ist elements" for the aggression.
Shapiro Released After 3 Days In Jail
NEW YORK (JTAI Jewish activist Gavriel Shapiro was re-
leased from a prison (>0 miles outside Moscow after three days of
detention for undisclosed reasons, it was reported. Shapiro, sen-
tenced last July to one year of "corrective labor" for alleged draft
esasion, was arrested by militiamen the same day he was to have
started serving his sentence. "Corrective labor" permits the de-
fendant to live at home but requires him to work at a job desig-
nated by the authorities.
Brazil And Israel To Exchange Data
RIO DE JANEIRO (JTA Brazil and Israel have agreed to
exchange data on the peaceful uses of atomic energy, it has been
announced. The two countries will also exchange students. Shal
Heveth Freier, director general of Israel's Atomic Energy Com-
mission, said that one of the contributions Israel can make to
Brazil's technology is to provide information on the use of atomic
energy for desalinating water.
Ben-Curion Celebrates 86th Birthday
JERUSALEM (JTAI Former Premier David Ben-Gurion
celebrated his 86th birthday by receiving well-wishers at his Sde
Boker home for two hours Monday morning and addressing the
Bible Circle that afternoon.




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>Jtnist fkriJtTtr
Friday September 29, 1972
4 1 1^ I T Ci fr &* Chain. Congregation Raises $7,000 For CJA-IEF
Abraham irittelson Joins htaii \"*^jjsftt\m^l!*:*,.....tJe
Of Central Educational Agency
Abraham J. Gittelson. veteran
Miami Jewish educator, who Join-
I tl staff of the Centra] Agency
ABRAHAM GITTUSON
for Jewish Ed u at Ion as associate
r. will lie responsible for
ligti school programming, the In-
-;,iii i' of Jewish Studies and re-
search an': development programs
for the schools oi tin1 Greater Mi-
ami area, Zvi Berger, executive dl-
ecti r, lias announced.
Mr. G'.ttelson, who served as
educational director of Temple
Mcnorah, the former North Dade
Jewish Center, ami Beth Torah
Congregation for IS years, is a
graduate ol the Teachers institute
1 Yeshiva University, ami the
City College of New York, with a
MAINTENANCE MAN
OR COUPLE
Living quarters, partial board and
Salary. Private school. Call for
appointment 931-2831.
Masters degree in Hebrew Educa-
tion from Hunter College. In adiii-
:iun to graduate work at the Bern-
ard Kevel Graduate School of
Yeshiva University, he is now com- (
pletlng doctoral studies at the Uni-
versity of Miami in the field of (
curriculum and supervision.
Doling the past two decades in
Miami. .Mr. G.ttelson served for a
number of years on the staff and 1
is registrar of the College of Jew-
i-h Studies, as president of the
Jewish Educators Council of
Greater Miami and as chairman of |
the Commission on Jewish Educa- .
turn for the southwest region of
United Synagogue of America.
In addition to his work in for-1
ma! education. Mr. Gittelson has ;
directed the educational program
.I Camp Ramah in Canada for the I
1 a.st five years, has served as a i
member of the educational staff |
ol the Leadeiship Training Insti-
tute of United Synagogue Youth
Or. A. Wolf sou
Lists Speakers
For Adult Forum
Dr. Abraham Wolfson, who
founded the Spinoza Forum for
Ad ilt Education in 1935, has In-
it. I several attorney-; and wri-
lers to be guest speakers during.
October,
The forum meets from 10 to 12
on Tltursday mornings at the|
Washington Federal, 1234 Wash-!
Ington Ave., with a musical pro-1
"'.nil preceding the lectures.
Chairmen are Arnold Kletner and
Raphael Burstein.
List of speakers Includes Judge
Zev Kogan. Oct. 5; Hendrik J.'
Terns, journalist. Oct. 12: Hvniau
I. Fliegel. former New York at-
tornej and past president of B'nai
Zion, Oi-t. 19. ami Samuel Rleser,
president of B'nai Zion and chair-
man of the Great Jewish Books
discussion club, Oct. 26.
since 1962. and as educator at re-
gional and national I'SY conven-
tions. He also directed camps in
Totonto and Saugus. Cal.. and
served as national educational di-
rector of Bnai Akiva. the religious
Zionist youth movement.
During the past five years. Mr.
Gittelson has conducted confer-
ences on Jewish education in the
Midwest throughout the south,
especially during the past year
when he served as director of the
Southeast Region of United Syna-
gogue of America. He has written
for Jewish Education magazine.
Synagogue School and was the
editor of the 1970 Yearbook of the
Educators Assembly of America.
Mr. Gittelson held a junior and
senior high school license in the
teaching of Hebrew in the New
York Public Schools before com-
ing to Miami, and in 1968-69
served as both a graduate assist-
ant at the University of Miami and
supervisor of student teachers In
one ol the public schools of Miami.
Mr. Berger, Mr. Gittelson and
Rabbi Shimon A/ulay. high school
coordinator, will work closely to-
gether in a number of new areas
tu be conducted by the CAJE, in-
cluding a series of weekend re-
treats for the high school pro-
giam. seminars and in-service pro-
fessional growth programs for
Jewish educational administrators,
workshops and curriculum insti-
tutes for teachers, the develop-
im nt of educational resource cen-
ters, and a "reach-out" program
for community leadership, as well
as the enhancement of the Judaica
and Hebrew High school and the
Institute for Jewish Studies.
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Fred Chekanow New Head Of CJF Board Of Directors Calls For
rrx/r\' t i nin. Soviet Union to Rescind 'Ransom'
BBYO s Board Of Directors
Fred Chekanow of 9031 SW 661 h
Ten'., the newly elected president
d! the
Miami area B'nai B'rith
FRED CHEKANOW
Youth 0 ganizatlon-a board of di-
ectora '"' 1972-73, has declared
Ihc local BBYO a "Crisis Zone."
- mini: l.i.ooo B'nai B'rith
i r: .ind women in South Florida
hii sponsor the local 700 teen-
in the Junior Order, the
under the leadership of Mr.
"hekanow, a product of Aleph
I Zadik Aleph as a teenager him-
i'l spearhead a mammoth
fund-raising effort in order to ser-
ivaiting teenagers desirous of
joining the local youth movement.
Mr. Chekanow, whose service to
ither people's teenagers is purely
.(liuntmy s married to the former
iloria Schreiber (whom he met
hr o ugh 15BYOI and has two
laughters of his own Amy, age 5
I .n Linda, age 3.
Mr. Chekanow is a former mem-
lOer of Hurricanes. AZA. a past
president of Coral Gables Lodge of
I B'nai B'rith No. 16N2, a past Men's
I Slate Association of B'nai B'rith
Lodges BBO chairman; the re-
'ipicnl of Florida State Associa-
tion of .Men's Lodges BBYO
Award; a vice president of the
Greater Miami BBYO board of di-
rectors for the past four years; a
nember of District Grand Lodge
No. .") HBYO Steering Committee
..nd former chapter advisor to
Shield of David AZA. and has been
greatly responsible for recent
strengthening of BBYO board |>oli-
rles regarding ethical and moral
behavior of BBYO members in the
changing youth culture.
After eight years in the U.S.
'ast Guard. Mr. Chekanow re-
vived an honorable discharge; he
:< currently treasurer of the Ken-
dall Optimist Club, a member of
South Miami Lodge No. 308, F. &
AM., and Coral Gables Lodge
No. 7. Fraternal Order of Police
Associates.
"The youngsters who are desir-
ous of coming in should not be
kept waiting. Our activities and
projects keep them busy ami in-
volved, and there's just no time
t'ii' Ixiredom and loneliness," said
Mr, Chekanow. vice president of
Barnett'S Office Supplies of Miami
and Tallahassee. "We have one
professional serving the entire 34
chapters, and she needs help im-
mediately. The majority of BBYO
members are not the children of
H nai B'rith members, and we
must alert the community of the
Beat need for more funds and
more help."
Other member* or the iiiiyo onm-a
Include;
Executive Board: .lowpii T. Mur-
'">. Michael I!. Speoktor. Mrs. Nalj-
'" Stewart, I>r. Henry T. Ellison.
i'Jv Ar""i'i Bnuan and David n. Bar-
iouih Representative*! Leonard Bo.
*"i". Uarcia Zalac, Jeff niork, iris
wsenberff, .Mike Levin and
Klf.nl), -in.
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Council; Mrs. Max Hodea, Miami
Council: Mrs. Alfred is......... Miami
Beach Council.
H'nai B'rith Lodge Prealdenta: Jo.
aenh Simeon, Lewis w Paul; Leonard
Orecn, Clearwater; Joacph Murraj
Coral Oablea; Abe Maum. Port Ijiwi-
erdale; Dr. .Marvin k. mum. Maaada;
.Man ninei. hi. Hallandale; Harry
< ohen, Hemlapherea; Herb Hoffman
< nai; itoi> Hoffman, Heral; Rlchanl
nnnmh. Miller,-i; Alnalee Perdie,
Oil Balhin; Louis Hymaon, Me-A ml-
Arthur ii. Herts, Scopus: i>r. lieu
hen Sorkln, Sholem; Arnold Braun
south Dade; Hal Blitman, Scopuv
Herman Xudelraan, freedom ami
Kit-hard Baaen, Gold Coaat,
Alao Jack Brown, Halikvah; Har-
vey Weinhenc, Hospitality; Abe Check-
man, Judea: (leonce Kotln, Maccabee;
Morris Reiffen, .Miami Beach; Joe I.
Shnrpe, .Miami Lathi; Mike Specktor,
North Dade; Harry Mareou. North
Shore; Joaeph Buaaman, Brandela;
Robert Bank, Haym Solomon; Julian
Breakstone, Dedication; .Max Veekei
Drcyfua; Bol Kenner, l..vi Eslikol:
Morris Slavik. Frlfmlsh'lp; Sonny Lev-
in. Harmony; si.l Schwnrthai-h. 1--
rael, William Ranhkln, Mnlmonldes;
Maurice Kaltx, SI nai: Hiram fiold-
teln, sunny Isles: Irving Hnlpern,
Wclcmann; Mlllon Coren, Haven;
Robe rl PcliiRol I, i olonel Mari u
Boh Lynne, Mltxvah, and Ted Suko-
Wits, Dad.land.
BBW Chapter Presidents: Mrs
Murraj ll.uni.i-... Ahnvah: .Mrs Hlllel
King;, Amity: Miss Rosettn Sokoloff,
Ann. Prank: Mrs Larry Blumenthul,
Aviv.i ; .Mi-. Lloyd I
Mrs. Jose V'l iillira,
llyiiian Prledland,
Monica Elsi n, 'hal;
toaen, Beth
Blenvenlda;
< niury:
Mis David
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Mrs.
Mlae
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Luftxeheln, Dedication: Mrs Ben Ber-
ber, Eleanor Roosevelt; Mrs. Hnrrlel
n. Cohen, Bmnu Lasarus; .mis Jerry
i ayi.,n, Pori Lauderdale: Mrs Lillian
MorII, Freedom; Mrs Hani Ker-
misch, Gil Balkln: -Mrs. Edward l.evin.
Gold f...ist; sirs, Edward Sherman,
Hallandale: .Mrs. Jack Cohen, Har-
mony: Mrs Clara Epstein, Mrs. Max
Simla ami Mrs. lieu W.xl.r. Hntik-
vah.
Also .Mrs. Lou BkUmw, Hill. r. si;
virs. Anthony Zeccota, Hollywood;
.Mrs. Rose Shapiro, l.li.....|; \irs
Harry Sllvcratein, Plain Towers; Mrs.
Sadyc Rchuckman, IVInstrsn: Mra.
Martin Baroscb, Me-Aml; Mrs. Dora
Berman, Miami: .Mrs. Esther Mever,
.Miami Beach; Mrs Bid Bchwarabneh,
Moorings: .Mrs. William Romer, Morlh
Dade; Mrs Abe Qoller, North Shore;
Mrs. Bernard Aaman, Polni En
Miss Oerl Kason, Roney Plaza; Mrs,
George Petzolt, Shalom; Mrs Irs Kern-
elhor, Sky Lake; Mr.- Morris Bern-
: stein, Sunshine.
l/idge BBYO Representatives In-
clude Nathan Ooodkln, Brandels;
Peter Bleene, Heral, and Arthur Shep-
pard, North Shore.
The B'nai B'rith Youth Organi-
zation is the world's largest Jew-
ish youth organization with chap-
lers in 1100 North American com-
munities and in many foreign
countries. Mis. Hilfred (Girt) N.I
Bossak, in her 21st year with the
agency, is director of the local
BBYO, which has been the re-
cipient of the National Parents'
Magazine Award for six consecu-
tive years for its outstanding Ber-
\ ice to ihc community. i
The board of directors of the
Council of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds (CJFWFl recently
called for ihc Soviet governmentI
lo rescind the ransom imposed on
jew- Reeking to emigrate.
The Council gave its unstinting
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this tax before there could he con-1
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Union.''
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versal Declaration of Humai
Rights of the United States, to
which the Soviel Union is com-
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U.N. Decision A Turning Point?
The decision by the United Nations' Steering Commit-
tee to place the question of international terrorism on the
agenda of the current session of the General Assembly
was an important one for several reasons.
For many, according to the United States representa-
tive, the action could very well prove a turning point in
the history of the United Nations. For the first time in many
years a majority has decided that it is better to try to do
something and fail than continue on a course of doing
nothing. Moreover, the solid Asian and African bloc was
divided on its support of the Arab nations in its con-
tinued ignoring of the true situation in the Middle East
For the new Secretary General, Kurt Waldheim, the
favorable vote on his request, made following the killing
of 11 Israelis at the Olympic Games, represented support
of his position that survival of the United Nations as an
international body of stature could only come about by
facing up to real issues rather than continue debating the
fired old ones. The record of his predecessor, marked by
open prejudice against Israel and the Western nations, had
made it evident that the hopes of the world for the United
Nations as a responsible orqanization were dim if those
policies were continued.
While the major focus of international terrorism has
been on the events involvinq Israelis, it is now obvious
that world law and order is at stake. It is hoped that
enough nations are aware of this to take steps toward out-
lawing these despicable acts and isolate those who en-
courage, support and provide the means that enable the
terrorists to exist.
Eyes Again Turn To Soviet Union
This weekend, festivities in the synagogues of our
community will be focused on Simchat Torah as the fes-
tival of Succos is brought to a close with a demonstration
of the Jewish love for learning, just as the eighth-day holi-
day was observed in a demonstration of our love for nature.
The eyes of Jews all over the world will be turned
again toward the Soviet Union this weekend, for it was on
Simchat Torah several years ago that the young Jews of
Moscow turned out to dance in the streets in defiance of
the authorities for a holiday of whose significance they
were only dimly aware except that it was a special occa-
sion of Jewish observance and joy.
It is that because on this day the annual cycle of the
reading of the Torah scroll is completed and a new one
begun, reminding us of the continuing process of Jewish
study. In the week leading up to Simchat Torah, many of
us have enjoyed the flavor of Succos and its reminder to
us of the past but also, as has been pointed out in sermons,
and good deeds, to remind the comfortable, secure Jew
of the misfortunes of those in poverty and want.
The Attempt Is A Worthy One
The further expansion of Federation into the commu-
nity life of the Greater Miami Jewish population is indicated
by the development of a Volunteer Service Bureau that
will seek to service agencies under the Federation banner.
That the Women's Division has undertaken this cen-
tralization effort is indicative of the changed situation in our
community as well as, we gather,, throughout the country.
In past years, the Home for the Aged, Bureau of Jewish
Education, Jewish Family and Children's Service, YM-
YWHA, gathered in their own volunteer help as did
BBYO, Mount Sinai Medical Center and others on the VSB
list without need of the kind of referral service now
offered.
The extent of the problem is shown by the listing of
the volunteer needs: library assistants, clerical, kitchen,
nursery school, crafts, drivers, etc. The attempts to develop
greater lay involvement through Federation efforts is a
worthy one but leaves us wondering what has hap-
pened at the agency level which has brought us another
bureau, even if only a voluntary one.
AHeftOPBIE*
I
hi! thought.
To begin with b total
clearly u: derst
ating thn details of i sctl
is bound to be a
time-con.sumir._- i
both sides havi
want one. The Hanoi le
has been warned o: this
terms. But the leaders in ['land
have also been warned by their
Soviet and CMnese friends thai
the time to do business President is before the elector,
AT BEST, at least a month
will be needed to work out the
details if the moment finally
comes when Hanoi's chief ne;o-
tiator. Le Due Tho. tells Dr.
Henry A. Kissinger: "Let'i stop
sparring and get down to bus.
ness." Thus the next week or so
is the crucial, last-chance period
President Nixon is known to
believe that if 1* Due Tho is
NOT instructed to get down to
business before the end of Sep.
tember, that will effectively im-
ply Hanoi's decision against an
early settlement. In that event,
the North Vietnamese can be
expected to try to aid Sea
George McGovcrn by driving
their troops to produce 'he ap-
pearance of trouble In South
Vietnam during October.
On the other hand, because of
the time problem above-men-
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It's an old argument, cer-
tainly as old as the Hebrew
prophets. The Bible doesn't -ay.
but, there's little doubt that
many people challenged their
political involvement and sug-
gested, instead, that they "stick
to religion." Faith is believing
they said, and not. as the proph-
ets would tell the Jews, in doing.
Rabbi Stanley Ringler, the
Hillel director at the University
of Miami, opened up tho an-
cient debate in a way that I
suspect he never intended when
he made the American presi-
dential campaign a part of his
Yom Kippur sermon. At least
he wasn't prepared for the ver-
bal abuse which forced him to
de-list his telephone at home,
nor for the amount of mail
from, all sections of tho country
when tho wire services trans-
mitted =ome quotations from
The .Miami Herald on the ser-
mon.
ASIDE FROM the sermon
quotations which were published
in the Herald and were accu-
rate as far as they went in
challenging those who support
the reelection of the President
because of his support of Jew-
ish interests, the issue of pulpit
and politics is one which can-
not bo disregarded. It is as much
a Christian issue as a Jewish
one. and those who took um-
brage with Rabbi Ringler's
statements are as on firm the-
ological grounds as he is when
he said in his sermon. "That
which distinguishes Judaism
from all other religions can best
be described as its implicit po-
litical character."
But for some of the reading
and listening public it isn't nec-
essarily so. One lady wrote:
"Politics has no place in a holy
sermon. You have acted out of
ignorance instead of humility.
You have defiled yourself be-
fore God and desecrated the
robe you wear as a man of God
You owe an apology to all of
us whose trust and faith is in
God."
THE rROI'HETS. of course,
would not deny that. But all of
them in their day Jeremiah.
Micah, Amos. Isaiah battled
with complacency, opposed what
might wrongly pass for faith and
popular soli-de-option. Justice,
righteousness, truth. faith for
the prophets is assessed in terms
of behavior; by their deeds are
the people known and thus make
for the just society that God
demands.
Another comp'.alner writes
that the "definition of a rabbi
is that of a tea.her of religion
and not a campaigner against a
political figure he does not ap-
prove of."
IN THE controversial sermon.
Rabbi Ringler it seems to me
did play the role of teacher:
"Our heroes are heroes of po-
litical struggW. The prophets
denounced tho state and suffered
at its hands. Judah Maocabce
and Bar Kochba were revolu-
tionary leaders. And what of
the Zionist leadership, the lead-
ership of the Jewish revolution-
ary- movement for national lib-
eration in tho modern world?
And what of Moses, himself, was
he not the model of a revolution-
ary leader?"
Then, basing his theme on
Rabbi Gamaliel's dictum that
"The world is sustained bv three
things: Justice, Truth ant
Peace." the Hillel director turn-
ed his gum on the Nixon Jew-
ish record."
recent sfdiea of diminish-
ing mombershin and financial
support for churches and syna-
gogu. s would indicate that Rabbi
Rineler speaks for a majority
of clergymen and to a minority
by EDWARD COKES
of the laity, both Jewish ar.d
Christian. Only the
talist churches are m re than
holding their own in it -
as they stick to
heaven for those wi
tho social message ol
believe he died for man sins.
By en incidence, a:
the Catholic magazin Cos*
monwea!." this past
with tho problem from
of view of a prii '
makes the point tl
more American priests ill be
involved in politics than ever
before. Depending on '
view the priesthood and how
you view politics you win
find that observation heartening
or disturbing. Yvv ,n?
priest writes. I find it hearten-
ing. It reveals to me thai
litical rerTw>nsn|. '">'
taken as a priestly r
ity."
HE ALSO makes s
esting points that I : I valid
a~ a Jew. When we saj some-
one is religious we I
P> rson as pious, bonesl
kind, humble. "But." the priest
asks, "do we a', o
just, corccrned abo '
poverty, opposed to ra il a
sexual discrimination .
"How often do priests hearpeo-
pie in confession a.-
selves of social prejud >''
possessing too much
world's goods, or failir
port prison reform
equitable tax systi
It is not my intention
pa-e a Hillel rabbi '
prophets of our B '
roust confess to a bias in
of those rabbis and c'
who speak today with the eter-
>f
nal message of an Amos a W-
cah. a Jeremiah, an Isaiah ratiw
than those who would give >
Billy Graham in Jewish accent*
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RUN-OFF PRIMARY SET TUESDAY
Get Out The Vote Drive Pushed
n.v'p Courtv voters will go to
I the poll- again Tuesday for runoff
cuim-u in Democratic and Re-
publican primaries and for final
battle- in non-primary campaigns
for judicial posts and the Metro
| commission.
Election officials, who forecast a
I turnout of 350.000 in the first pri-
mary ;." sons vote, are concentrating on
t-ftort- to Get out the vote this
Itip'e Many candidates and politi-
cal observers credit a combination
of a long, confusing ballot and con-
cern over Ion? lines at the polls
with drastically reducing the turn-
lout thrte weeks ago.
City of Miami voters will dc-
tiile whether to amend the city's
I chain i in moves toward stream-
lining several functions to munici-
pal government Tuesday. A sim-
[ple majority will determine wheth-
ler anundmont proposals in areas
[of insurance, legal services and
comr' honcive planning will be
(enacted
Former State Rep. Maurice
I Fen? heads a Dade Get Out the
Vote committee, aided, by the Dade
Leat'u.- of Women Voters. Other
members of the committee include
|I.f F.nwifrh. E. Albert Pallot.
Steven J. Green and David W
Walters.
Secretary of State Richard
Stone said "Florida's future faces
a ma tor obstacle right now: voter
apathy. I can understand that citi-
zens are tired of constant elec-
tions, but these 1972 local and
state elections are most import-
ant."
The non-partisan ballot high-
lights a race for Dade mayor be-
t\>-oon incumbent Steve Clark and
former assistant state attorney
Jack Orr. Commission runoffs pit
in-'-mbents acrainst challengers in
five districts, all to be voted on
county wide.
The Democratic Congressional
race between former school board
chairman William I Bill) Lehman
and State Sen. Lee Weissenborn
features the party contests. All
Senatorial contests were settled
in the first primary, but several
of the incumbents face Republi-
can opposition in November.
Pol's will be open from 7 a.m.
until 7 p.m. Tuesday, but all per-
sons in line at closing time will
be permitted to vote.
New Season Begins Monday at The T
A new. exciting season of pro-
gramming classes, courses and
activities for children, teens, adults
and senior citizens is beginning
Monday at the Young Men's and
Young Women's Hebrew Associa-
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YWHA) at the 'Ys central loca-
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Dixie Hwy., North Miami Beach
and 4144 Chase Ave., Miami Beach.
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12 sessions, usually based on a
wprklv premise. Activities include
several areas of interest, including
social, recreational, educational,
athletic and cultural.
With a new emphasis upon
drama and the arts at the 'Y,'
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this fall programming are ath:
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letters to the editor
Israel May Outlaw JDL
KDITOB, The -It-wish Fluriilitin:
In the Inst phase of World War
II, the darkest ami blmvliost era
or the Jewish people, the episode
>i Joe] Brand'* attempt to save
he remnants "f the Jews from ex-
tinction came to light. Brand's
nission was to negotiate and ad-
.-< the Allies about Kiehmann's
rffer that the Nazis wore willing
0 exchange 10.000 Jews doomed
> .lie. for 10.000 trucks.
One needn't go into extremes to I
Btplaia this offer of the Nazis as'
he went nt their crimes. After all i
1 ir characteristics were evi-
lencad by tho realities of the gas!
chambers in the camps eon-1
-tj u t.-i| foi the purpose of ex- j
prminating the Jewi The Kich-'
nann plan, however, still express-
r! the devilish nature of the Ger-
nan Third Reich.
Certainly, the Soviet Union also
1 mmitted more severe crimes
I'.ainst humanity than their re- 1
int introduction of ransom pay-
nents for Jews wanting to emi-1
rate to their homeland. Israel.
Although this type of crime can be j
ensidered minor eomiwired with
he 30 mill.on victims of the Sta- I
in purgi s it is significant and at I
the same time astonishing that in
his day and time, when a nation j
an send spacecraft to the stars, j
they can at the same time, be,
tankly and unashamedly occupied .
\ ;th slave trading.
In Saudi Arabia, while there is 1
certain slave-trading going on. the J
authorities have been denying the i
existence of it. Not so in the
'S.S.R.. where they openly dc-1
lare the price of a Jew in onler 1
to let him go. They are not dis-
turbed about world opinion since
hey set their own standards of
cstice. maintaining that they re-
tresent a progressive society, j
ivhich indeed is cynical and deep-
ly reactionary, and has been since
its inception in 1917.
It would be understandable if'
hey wanted to hold back Jews to
ivoid "brain drainage" to simply
orbid their departure, as they are
Ininf in numerous cases. It would j
ilso Ik- plausible if they restrained '
irofessionals whose departures
might endanger military secrets.
The real reason seems to bo that
the Soviet Union needs dollars and j
lor the lack of commodities they 1
ire willing to trade Jewish human j
li Sh which is available for export,
il a set price.
It may sound absurd that a
super-power like the U.S.S.R. is1
actually stooping to blackmailing I
Jews for their desire to live up to l
iheir human rights to leave that j
Wintry. The Kremlin is surprised !
that the world today is not willing
to accept a slave-trade policy
wly installed by them.
Alter all. in accordance with
their beliefs, man is r.ot a living
person with human rights, but a
commodity which belongs to the
state the same as a tractor to
be sold or dis|iosed of. The me-
dieval slave traders used the same '
simple logic in their thinking as
the Communist rulers of Russia
are doing today trying to sell
their merchandise at the highest
price. I
This was also Kiehmann's logic
about .'!0 years ago when he dis-
patched Brand with his offer. Con-
sideiing the similarity of the to-'
lalitarian systems' moral stand- !
aids, why should Bre/.hnev think;
nth. 1 wise?
MAt'RK'E GOLDRIXG
Miami Beuch
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
I read in amazement, the arti-
cle by Adon Taft. in the Miami
11. aid. which begins with "Rabbi
Stanley A. Ringler, director of the
Hulel House at the University of
Miami will criticize Jews support-
ing the reelection of President
Nixon tonight during the Kol
Nidre service."
I deplore Rabbi Ringlet's sound-
ing off on a subject in which he,
apparently has no competency and.
certainly, no right to speak on
from the pulpit. lie is guilty of
violating one of our cardinal con-
stitutional provisions of separation
of state and church.
No one questions the right, nay,
the duty of the clergy to take a
vigorous stand on moral issues and
it should bo all through the year,
not just before election time, but
the clergy, whether rabbi, minister
or priest, has no right to discuss
political i>ersonalities from the pul-
pit. Secondly, the clergy has no
greater insight to political issues
than the average layman. On the
contrary, not having been exposed
to earning a livelihood in business
or industry, they are generally
less qualified to speak on the prac-
tical application of issues involving
methods thai would give the great-
est good to the greatest number.
Rabbi Ringler presumes to
speak against President Nixon au-
thoritatively when, in fact, he is
utterly ignorant of Mr. Nixon's
personal views, likes, dislikes, loy-
alties and beliefs. Ringler says,
"The 20th century presidents have
demonstrated their sensitivity to.
an interest in. the Jewish commu-
nity in several telling ways
primarily in accessibility and
appointments, and in public inter-
est in the wor'.d Jewish commu-
nity." Does he include Franklin
Delano Roosevelt and his concern
for the Jewish people The ap-
oointment of judges or any other
appointment should be on merits
only, regardless of ethnic extrac-l
tion and what activities, in behall
of the Jewish communitv in the
past, can Ringler show for Mc-
Govern?
Ringlet's statement that "the
fact that Henry Kissinger can be
marginally identified as a Jew."
can only be attributed to his lack
of knowledge of Mr. Kissinger and ,
his parents. I venture to say that i
they are more affirmative Jews
than Ringler. even though he is a
rabbi.
T. S. Elliott, the groat poet and |
Nubcl Prize winner, wrote in his
essay on "Intellectuals and Poll-'
tics." The importance of Elliott's j
analysis lay in his conviction that
a man renown in one field has no
license to use such renown to
xercise influence in another field
in which he is not technically com-
petent. Our rabbis and other paid'
religious leaders, like all other]
citizens, have a right to discuss j
issues involving politics, but not
from the pulpit and with the s|>e- j
cific understanding that when j
they speak politically, to make it
clear that they speak as individuals
and not as rabbis.
Stanley Ringler has rendered a
disservice to his people and to the
pulpit by sounding off as he did.
I am mailing a copy of this let-
ter, and article to Mr. Alfred
Jospe, executive director of the
Hill, 1 Foundation with the request
that Rabbi Ringler apologize pub-
licly for misusing the pulpit.
UPON J. EIX
Miami
Continued From Page 1-A
ing either on behalf of the gov-
ernment or on behalf of the
courts.
Mr. Shapiro told the JDL
leader that the government has
no intention of letting other peo-
ple handle the security of Is-
raelis and other Jews abroad.
Rabbi Kahane reportedly con-
ceded this and admitted that the
JDL "made a mistake." He
promised that no more attempts
would be made by the JDL to
smuggle arms out of Israel.
But the militant leader said
that Ix-fiir- the "deal" was fi-
iinl, he had to "consult" with
Mr. I'.iulin and Abraham ller-
shkovit/. a JDL member ar-
rested at I.nd Airport a week
ago When he tried to leave the
countr,\ with a crate of weap-
ons and ammunition Talsely la-
beled "biscuit machinery."
Mr. Paglln, 50. who has re-
mained under semi-house arrest,
was detained after Mr. Hersh-
kovitz was arrested. Police fail-
ed obtain an extension of their
! EDITOR. The Jewish Floridian:
The advertising matter which
; was published in your Sept. 22 is-
; sue is a flagrant display of stu-
' pidity and bad taste. I refer to I
i Eva Siegel's statement on Page
|2-A.
I am chaplain of the Disabled
Veterans of New York State.
, spending a few weeks here with j
' one of your subscribers, Theodore
Kirsh. Thus article is an insult to
Mr. Kirsh and myself, and I want
: you to know it.
Mr. Kirsh requests you cancel
: his subscription to your paper,
when it expires. I hope many more
of your subscribers demand the
same action.
Incidentally, we are both of the
Jewish faith.
. (EDITORS NOTE: The publication
\ of a paid advertisement does not im-
f fly that Th dortet the sentiments contained there-
in)
IRA KNASTER
Astoria, N.Y.
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and beautiful,
why aren't we
having an affair?
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
Would you please stop putting
that crude ad by Eva Siegel in
your paper? It's unfair and ugly.
She just seeks to hurt our Presi-
dent. Why doesn't she say some-
thing about the Arab terrorists?
She couldn't care less, she's just
out to harm our President.
E. KALCHMAN
Miami Beach
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Bob McKnight, a candidate far
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Local Synagogues Pledge
$900,000 In Israel Bonds
Typical Jew Of 1970s Seen As Highly
Educated, But Religiously Illiterate
LOS ANGELES AConerva-l Mr. Kotzen said the lypl
live synagogue administrator has Jew 'will study Zen, Buddhisrr
nredicted th.it the avenge aduii 'eastern religions and mystlcls
Local synagotUes reached now
heights :ii responding to Israel's
argent needs by jriedging $900,000
in brae! Bonds during the recent
Hidi Holiday campaign it has been
reported.
Syn.i'^oeue members were minct-
*4l,
\
isop
\ Continued From Page 4-A
tinned. President Nixon is also
known to believe that the state
of the U.S. election campaign in
mid-September will greatly in-
fluence the decision in Hanoi.
In this connection, much im-
pact can be expected from the
Louis Harris poll, again show-
ing Sen MeGovern a dreadful
34 points behind.
LONG AGO, furthermore, the
Hanoi leaders plainly decided to
wait and see how things might
develop l>efore making any gam-
ble on Sen. MeGovern. That is
the real meaning of the far-from-
., ret "~ocivt meetings" he-
tween Le Due Tho and Dr.
\ jsii
Thus far, the 'secret mcet-
have been nothing more
nor less than a device for keep-
Hanoi's options ooen against
time when a decision about
i ire settlement would even-
. have to be taken. Tims
u;i- considerable meaning
ic si nole fact of the long
i in Paris last Friday.
ire also other facts
o coi rter. En route to Paris,
ii one thing, Le Due Tho
clearly heard ummlatablc news
In Moscow. Until recently, the
Soviet formula for relations with
North Vietnam remained "a'l
peessarv aid until complete
y."
HIT WHEN I-c Due Tho
passed through Moscow. Pravda
published an authoritative arti-
cle merely promising "all-round
aid." There was no mention
whatever of "cotrroletc victory."
The dilution of Soviet support
wa< both obvious and serious.
Tor the Politburo in Hanoi,
however, the fact that Quang
Tri has now been retaken hv
th South Vietnamese no doubt
v His heavier than nnv change
Soviet attitude. Element^ of
no less than five North Viet-
se divisions have been iM*d
In the defense of Ouang Tri. The
troops in the citadel were liter-
als under orders to "fight to
he death."
But in much of the fighting
n and around Quang Tri, the
North Vietnamese high com-
nand has had to use absolutely
aw, almost wholly untrained
m'sts. Barring a regiment
or two, Hanoi has already thown
nto battle all the men in North
Vietnam's equivalents of U.S.
basic training camps.
Tins. PARTLV explains
Quang Tin's recapture by the
southerners. And with Quang
Tri lost, and with no remaining
stability to threaten Hue. the
northern high command faces
bleak prospect.
To bo specific, the North Viet-
namese forces have now dis-
astrously failed in their area of
maximum effort. Hence it seems
unlikely that they can still put
on a big, noisy show in South
Vietnam in October. They may
be able to stage the kind of
"high point" that really amounts
to nothing more nor less than a
firecracker demonstration. But
they will need enormous luck to
do better than that.
Such ar the factors. Yet one
must always remember that any
order to \jo Due Tho to seek an
early settlement will necessarily
moan a deep change in the Hanoi
power structure. And one must
aKo remember Adolf Hitler's
suicidal obstinacy in 1945.
ful of their important role in the
Jewish Community as they con-
tributed to the Israel Bond pro-
gram of strengthening Israel's1
economy, providing jobs for the
: expected influx of 70.000 immi-
grants from Russia and elsewhere,
and protecting the country in these j
times of international Crises.
Rabbis here and throughout the
United States responded to a tcle-
I phone message from Prime Minis-
' ter Golda Meir. which was re-
layed by Simcba Dinitz, director
general of the Prime Minister's
office.
The Prime Minister's message
condemned the tragic massacre of
Israeli athletes at Munich and de-
plorcd Russian action hairing the
emigration of educated Jews
through exorbitant fees.
Milton M. Parson, director of the I
State of Israel Bond Organization I
in the Greater Miami area, pointed |
out that the High Holiday effort j
marks the launching of an inten-1
sified fall campaign.
Mr. Parsons praised the follow-!
ing synagogues and their leaders
for participating in the High Holi-
day effort: Agudath Israel Hebrew
Institute. Rabbi Sheldon N, Ever,
Rabbi Igor Hcrshkowit/, presi-
dent; Beth Kl Congregation. Rabbi
Harry Rothman, Hyman Chahner.
president; Beth Israel Congrega-
tion. Rabbi Mordeeai Shapiro. Max
Gutmann, president; Beth Kodesh
Congregation, Rabbi Max Shapiro,
Hen Wise, president: Beth Moshe
Congregation, Rabbi Joseph A.;
Gorfinkel, Charles Weisman, presi-
dent, and Beth Ti'iluh Congrega-
tion, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky,
Rev. Joseph Kraut/, president.
Also B'nai Raphael Congrega-
tion, Rabbi Victor D. Zwelling.
Emanuel Rosenberg, president: (
Jacob C. Cohen Communitv Syna-
gogue. Rabbi Tibor M. Stern, Al-
fred Lieber, president; Hebrew
Academy, Rabbi Alexander Gross.
In ing Firtel. president; Israelite
Center. Rabbi Paul J. Bender,
Chester Leiter, president; Knes-
seth Israel Congregation, Rabbi
David LehrfleW, Jacob Modansky.
president; Sky I.ake Synagogue.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Morton
M.iisel. president, and Temple Jieth
Raphael. Rabbi David Raab, Sam
Cohen, president.
Also Temple Beth Shalom
tHollywood), Rabbi Morton Ma-
lavsky. Jack Shapiro, president;
Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Eli Katzin. president:
Temple Mcnorah. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz, Robert L. Siegel.
president; Temple Ner Tamid.
Rabbi Eugene LabovitZ, Charles
Goldstein, president: Temple Sinai
IHollywood). Rabbi David Sha-
piro. Robert J. Margolis, president;
Temple Tifereth Jacob. Rabbi Na-
than Zulondck. Marvin Relchen-
thaler, president; Temple Zamora,
Rabbi Maxwell Berger. Louis Al-
weiss, president, and Young Israel
of Greater Miami. Rabbi Zalman
Kosowsky, Barry Schrelber, presi-
dent.
$2,200 Raised For Campaiqnj
At Harbor House Services
At recent High Holiday services
at Miami Beach's Harbor House,
over $2,200. was raised for the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion's Combined Jewish Appeal-Is-
rael Emergency Fund campaign.
Announcement of the gift was
made In Harry Schwartz, Harbor
House Men's Club entertainment
chairman, who coordinated b( ,h
the services and the CJAIEF ap-
peal-
American Jew in the 70s will be-
ll member of the nation's most
Iterate group but will be relig-
iously "illeratc."
The prediction was made by
Louis Kotz -n. executive director
of Temple Beth Am of Los An-
geles and the new president of the
Western Association oi Temple
and Synagogue Administra-
tors. Kot/en told a meeting of the
congregation that in the '70s.
nearly 10/; of all college student*
n the I'nitod States will he of
Jewish birth though American
Jews are less than l'< of the total
population. Currently, he reported
between 80 and 90': of eligible
Jewish young people are in col-
lege and more than half of those
getting a bachelor's degree go on
to advanced study.
Though the typical American
Jew will buy more book-, see more
plays and concerts than members
of other ethnic groups, the official
said, he will have hail only four
to six years of Jewish education.
He said this was equivalent in
hours to less than half the time
Spent in front of the television set
before starting kindergarten.
but wi'l not have made any seri-
MU study of the one unique book
that records rules for a way to
live and which has -tood the test
of time the Torab." Such trend-
have led the synagogues to reduce
rremhwnht** dm"* for young cou-
rses and to hold several "op -
houses" for voung p"ospeetive new
members. Mr. KotZen said..
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+Jeist> FlertkHeiri
Friday September 29
U971
A Time For Taking Account
By ROSE I.. HAI.PRIN
(A Seven Arts Feature
Wo are stunned by the tragedy,
the horror at Munich. Yet. in the
midst of the new year's observ-
ance, inevitably our thoughts turn
inward, the individual.seeking and
probing, the Jewish community |
taking account of its stewardship. I
But. those of us who have
watched the current scene for I
many years, who are not guard-
ians of communal activity but
close to its center, must, from
time to time, make comment and |
issue a call which may not be too
popular.
We have analyzed ourselves to
boredom, have posed the problems
without cease, have bemoaned the
facts of Jewish ignorance and
prowing assimilation and have off- [
times rested content with analysis
when planning program priorities
the three "p'ss are demand-
ing action.
For example, have we chosen
two or three communities varying!
in size and geographic location and'
set up pilot programs in educa-
tion? Have we organized central
bodies let me add. ad hoc to
meet with youth Zionist and
non-Zionist alike, student and
working youth, to see whether
seeking a common denominator we
can set up pilot programs? What
.central bodies have we where
problems of Jewish life are earn-
estly discussed?
To be sure, we have broadly
based action groups like the Presi-
dents Conference. Their need and
value are not to be underestimated, j
Yet, there are problems that need ;
discussion at a quite different
table. Shall the Jewish commu-
nlty look inward; serve its own.
needs? Or is the essence of Jew-1
ishness a concommitant of look-
illg outward, of international ap- |
proach, of serving not only its
own but the larger community of | ence. it had no period of complete
which it is a part?
There is the problem of Diaspora
Jewish relations, and of the puta-
tive character of the American
Jewish community. It is presently
structured on finances and gener-
peace, yet continued building,
maintained an open door for every
Jew who needed and wanted to
enter.
We dare not disturb or minimize
the problem of our own commu-
nity in these United States, at our
own risk.
ous living, on volunteer a*sump- Ihe need ior funds, yet we ignore
tion of responsibility based on the
concept "I AM my brother's keep-
er."
None can belittle the generosity,
of the Jewish community, of s | values We must weld need and
self-imposed volunteer participa-, scholarshi,,, givine and learning -
tion in meeting Jewish needs here | no, on, ,Q achievc a tota] com.
and abroad. But the concommitant
of this structure has given many
of us worry and concern.
In the present set-up. the small
giver, the intellectual, the Jew of
"amcha" is lacking. Particularly
is this true insofar as the intellec-
tual and the academician is con-
cerned. We have been at great
pains to bring in the young second
generation of contributors, but
at table after table, the place for
the intellectual is not set aside.
Scholarship, the mark of Jewish I
life, knowledge of oneself and of
the Jewish people, of the teach-!
ings of our prophets, scribes and
rabbis, must again be given an
honored place in our structure.
The fund-raising development
was natural. Financial needs were I
low the first concert in \_\
gala -Aii! ^
Gala Party to Follow Philharmonic Opening
Opening night contributors to
the g/rand opening of Gasman
Philharmonic Hall on Friday, Oct.
20, will be feted at "an affair to
remember" according to Judy
(Mrs. Stanley) Davidson, chair-
man of the party which is to fol-
Theme of the
"Around the World
and sij.,
for the festivities will b yJ*
Race Track which is making
grounds and facilities avaiiabM
the occasion.
Florida JWV Prexy To Visit Auxiliary 22.3
Mrs. Lillian Schoen, president. Mrs. Rose Einstein will rew
Florida Department, Jewish War
\1 terans Ladies Auxiliary, will
pay an official visit to West Miami
Auxiliary 223 at the Dankers Mo-
tel on Thursday. Oct. 9.
sent the Department of Florifcl
at the October 7 dedication cm.1
monies of
Hospital.
the Tampa V
Mitjh
mitment of the Jewish community
but the preservation of Jewish
life here, in Israel and throughout
the world.
High School Grads To Get
Air Force Scholarships
Male high school students who
will graduate in 1973 and arc in-
terested in flying are eligible to
apply for an Air For?e ROTC four-
year college scholarship.
Interested' students must sub-
mit their applications postmarked
no later than Nov. 15. Application
forms and additional information
may be obtained by writing Di-1
rectorate of Admissions, Air Force
ROTC. Maxwell Air Force Base,:
great. In 25 years of Israel's exist-I Ala. 36112.
MY SINCERE THANKS .
To all of you wonderful people whose encouragement,
support and confidence assured my successful election
fo Judge of the Circuit Court.
GENE FISCHtt
-J
CHAIM WEIZMAN BRANCH
No. 343 FARBAND L.Z.A.
extends best wishes to its members, friends, the Greater Miami
Jewish Community and To The State of Israel and all Mankind for
a New Year full of Good Health, Happiness and Above All
PEACE.
Moo Levin Chairman
Morris Birnbaum, Vera Bclzer, Jean Stolzberg Secretariat
Re-Elect JUDGE JOHN V.
FERGUSON
CIRCUIT COURT GROUP 32
Keep his EXPERIENCE WORKING
in the
Juvenile and Family Division
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B'NAI B'RITH
NESBITT was former senior
judge of the Miami Beach Court
NESBITT is a member of Miami Beach
Elks and Knights of Pythias
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*Je*ist> fhcridiet 01
Poae 9-A
David Galbut One Of 40
Students At Shaare Zedek
lenti
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avoided the pitfall of impersonal
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are sometimes accused of medicine in this age of specializa-
limited in their cultural in- tion. It vigorously advances a
program of family and community
medicine, and has long been
known in Jerusalem as "the hos-
pital with a heart."
Judging by his receptivity to
experience, his authentic intellec-
tual interest in the entire field of
medi.ine. and his devotion to heal-
ing, one gets the impress:on that
David Galbut's survey of Israeli
medicine at least as practiced
at Shaare Zedek will reveal a
certain congruity of interests. If
this induces him to settle in Is-
rael. t*e Shaare Zedek medical
staff will ho a'l the hairier
Synagogues Here Duplicate Holiday Of Russian Jews

Temple Ner Tamid and the
Jacob C. Cohen Community Syna-
gogue have both planned to hold
special Simcha Torah services di-
rectly outside their buildings on
Saturday night to duplicate and
identify with the thousands of
Jews who will gather o'ltsido the
Central Synagogue of Moscow for
the holiday.
Rabbi Kuirit-
'a' leader of N't Ta*>iid. explained
that "celebrating Simcha Torah
with dancing and the sneing of
mei'v^i^c \hn* a*v aNo s'it* ir
Russia will again show that the
Jews of America have not for-
gotten their brothers in Russia."
Rabbi Tibor H. Stern, spirituaJ
leader of the Jacob C. Cohen Com-
munity Synagogue, and Mrs.
Stern, who have just returned
f-o-D the U.S.SR.. will set aside
a part of the service to tell th
congregation about their experi-
ences.
Rabbi Stern urges all parents to
"bring your children with flags to
make this Simcha Torah a mass
demonstration for the freedom of
the Jews from the Soviet Union."
VBK
DAVID GALBUT
trcsts. and even ot a precocious
arrow inn of their professional
rizons. II, however, David Gal-
nf Miami Beach, is any ex-
imIc. the 43 medical students in
(lcir third year from abroad who
avc spent the summer at Shaare
edek Hospital in Jerusalem are
lit of a different cloth.
T David, who Studies medicine at
fie University of Pennsylvania.
... well-traveled young man. and
scrutinized medical facilities
England and Israel. He is giving
prious thought to aliyah after
p completion of his studies. For
n and his wife. Freema. a law
Mont at Temple University, one
the objectives of this summer
|t Shaare Zedek was to survey
he medical profession and the
ospects ot" life in Israel.
David, the son of former Miami
beach City Councilman Hyman
lalbut, has been given an exten-
Jve Jewish education, as well as
arlier opportunities to visit the
Duntry. But now he is here as a
jng-married, and a budding
hysician which gives him a
^cw perspective.
He believes that medical edu-
cation is improved when it in-
rhid< s a stint abroad, thus gaining
pvereiflcmtion of experience. And
pe finds it good to study in a hos-
pital such as Shaare Zedek. which
a great number of American-
ainc-d physicians in high posi-
tions.
The hospital follows the Ameri-
practice of allowing students
siderable participation in pa-
tient care. David has been on ward
rounds, attending seminars and
^he weekly medical conference. In
addition, he has been appointed a
clerkship in gastroenterology with
tlho hospital specialist in this field.
|J>. Warren Jacobsohn. a new
|immierant from the United States.
Da>id describes Dr. Jacobsohn
I who is also dean of the summer
Iprocram for foreign medical stu-
jdents as "everything I would
[eptimally want in a teacher.
David is considering soecia'.iza-
I'ion in surgery, bt savs, "I am
lepin about all medical issues and
liirlds. and interestel in treating
patients who have multiple health
problems and not onlv surgical
problems. A really cood surgeon
to be trained to treat the
I'ota! patient."
Shaare Zed-k Hosnital. itself
| particular stress on to'al
tralient care. It hns >HK**nfUii9
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Examination Day
Bv BABI CHARI.KS M. RI'BKL
The eighth day of the Sukkos-
festival Is designated as Shmini
Atzores the eighth day of as-
sembly.
on any other, we pray for life.
God asks us what is your defini-
tion of life. The answer of Yom
Kippur is, that life,does not mean,
only length of days. Life crippled
At the Musaf,' by a serious ailment, or incurable
services, we re-, disease is hardly worth praying
cite a very love-1 for. Yet on Yom Kippur we begin
ly prayer Ge-i to realize that life is the most
shorn a pray-1 precious gift of God. yet we use
er for rain and it in the wrong way. We simply
we eon c 1 ud c! waste our time, with things that
this with thej are of no value,
three statements!
Livrocho Velol Wo pray hysterically for life.
Liklolo It' and then we turn around and kill
shall be for a' time. Yom Kippur then teaches
blessing and not j M the proi>er use of our life, to
for a curse; Le-i make each day count, by syna-
chayim veto I .amoves It shall Igogue activity, by teaching our
be for life and not for death, and children Jewish values, in our
Lcsova veto Loroson it shall be! homes, our daily lives, by making
for plenty and not hunger. our homos a citadel of ethical and
Many a teaclior has tried the! moral values, through the beauty-
following experiment. He gives an I of Jewish customs and ceremonies,
examination to the student body j by the Sabbath spirit in the home,
at the beginning of the year, and: by being active in Jewish organi-
thc identical at the end of the | "at'ons. clvl" service for our fel-
year. If they fail the final exami-: lowman, and so on.
nation, he fails them for the on-1 ., .,
tire course, since it is evident that I 0,,,r third lesson to Sukkos. It
they have not changed their atti- teaches us the meaning of Sova
tildes or ideas, and have learned n,,'",v 't plenty of wealth? The
nothing during the term, and they,
therefore deserve to fail the whole
MIAMI
A M A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cnntor Aron Ben Aron. 1
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ANSHE EMES 2S33 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz 2
' BETH AM (Temple). 5950 N. Kendall
Or. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Her-
bert Baumgard 3
Friilay N:.10 n.m. Sfmchnt Torah anil
Subbath Services; Processional, Mr-
moll topic: "Turn Ic and Turn Ii --
for ICvcrythliiK Is In II." Saturday
I0:M a.m. Nahhntli and Simchat Torah
Bervloea; Processional.
BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipaon. 4
Krhlay n p.m. sin-mini Atseret. Satur-
day a.m. Ylzlrnr Memorial Service,
7::i p.m. Sinvhat Torah. Children'*
Torah Processional. Sunday 1* a.m.
(Slatertiood will hoal children attend-
ing Bimchat Torah service.)
Saturday
-_.-
Rabbi Rubel
BETH
dox.
EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
Rabbi H. Rothman. 5
course.
The Master of the Universe -
our tea.her. He asks us at the
beginning of the year the same
three questions during the High
Holy Days. We pray for these
three things blessings, life and
satisfaction ol our physical needs
In fact we conclude the Avoda of
Yom Kippur. with actually the
same phrases asking for a Shnasl
Chayim, (a year of life! Shnas
Brocho. 'a year of blessings) and
Shnas Sova. ia year of satisfac-
tion of our physical needs).
God asks us to define to ourselves
what these terms mean to us and
their interpretation in our lives
and what these concepts mean to
us when we shall pray for them.
Talmud tells us that a human be-
ing is never satisfied. He always
wants more and more.
What then is the meaning of
plenty? There is still a further
blessing which we must have in
order to make our happiness com-
pit te.
The Bible tells us of the last'
days of Abraham, that he became :
old and he died old and satisfied
zokon vesovea. In addition to
wealth and long life, he had sova
plenty. What was that third
blessing?
The Talmud of Jerusalem ex-
plains that Ishmael, his other son
by Hagar, returned to God. He did
Teshuva, be repented of his evil
ways during Abraham's lifetime,
and he lived to see Ishmael in the
Each Holy Day. properly oh-1 poth of goodness'and righteousness.
served, is a lesson in itself, clarify- He who lived a beautiful life, yet
ing these terms, and fitting them
into our life's pattern. Rosh Ha-
Bhono, Yom Kippur and Sukkos.
each teach i's a new lesson, and
reveal to us the dangers, as well
as the advantages of Brocho. Cha-
yim and Sova.
his days were marred, his happi-
ness turned to gall by a bad son.
who did not follow in his footsteps.
He felt as if his life was wasted.
He who finds his children slip-
ping away from him, is filled with
BETH KODESH, 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Sha-
piro. Cantor Leon Segal. 6
! Friday '<:<'< p.m., mrmon topic:
! "Eighth Day!" Saturday 8:10 a.m..
I aermon topic: "Tin- invisible Wall!"
i 7:.l p.m.. "We March Forward!" Bun-
j day s:.io a.m.. "i.i Chayim!"
BETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Cantor Seymour
Hinkes. 8
j Saturday p.m. Rlmchat Torah. The
Hebrew and Bundday Bchool studenta
j under direction of Mrs. Sarah Cohen,
principal, will participate In the aerv-
I ice by marching and singim? Israeli
| .smuts, ami then pause at the altar
' for Ihe blessing of the Torah. Sunday
i 9 a.m. Stmohat Torah service I'ii
which parent* and children will par-
ticipate. (Refreshment* will be served
: lit the conclusion Bunday service).
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER Mi.
ami. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi
Joaeph R. Narot. 10
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabhi Paul J.
Bender. Cantor Nathan Parnnss. 11
Friday 7 n in Hoahana Kabha. 6:Sn
p m. Shemlnl Atserel Eve aervlf*e.
Baturdas v Ifi n.m, Bhemlnl Atieret,
I0:S0 n m. Yiikor Memorial Service,
-. rmon topic: \ Time Separation "
8:80 i> m 7:40 p.m Hakkafat -- Torah |
Proceaalonal. Bunday Slmchal Torah.
R:4fi a.m. morning service, 8:36 a.m.
Torah Proceaalonal, 7:30 p.m. evening
service.
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OR OLOM (Temple). 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Cantor Vehouda
Binyamin. 13
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein. 14
Saturday a.m.. 10:30 a.m. Tlskor,
7 p.m. Hlmahat Torah Bervloea in j
which students of the religious school ;
will participate. Sunday :i a.m. Bim-
chat Torah Services.
p.m. Saturday 1:30 am Slicmini
Atseret, 7 p.m. Hakofoi Service, Bim-
chat Tors*. Sunday !> a.m. Simchai
Torah, noon party by 49'ero.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pine Tree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross. 25
CONG. AN-NELL (Branch of Hebrew
Academy). 7th St. and Meridian
Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Ben.
Millet. 25-A
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern.
Cantor Meyer Engel. 26
Saturday i p.m. Special Slmchal Tor-
ah Service j
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif. 27
MENORAH (Temple). 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman. 28
Friday 7:15 p.m. Saturday B:4B a.m.
NER TAMID (Temple). 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. 29
Friday B am. Hoahana Itabba, >i:3"
p.m. Bhemlnl Atseret eve. Saturday
s:4.'i a.in Ylshor, sermon topic: "We
Walk Together In This Hour of Tra-
vail." 7 i> in. Proceaslon with Torah -
ail children will receive riaga and
treats. Sunday 8:43 a.m. Bimchat
Torah.
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OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Dr. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Phineas Weberman.
30
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31
Saturday 8:80 a.m. Shemlnl Atieret, i
10:30 a.m. Ylskcr, sermon mine-: "Two
tpprnache* to Buecoth." Bundas 8:30
a.m. Bimchat Torah.
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542- '
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
Groner. 32
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NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79th Street Cause-
way, North Bay Village. Conserva-
tive. Rabbi Marvin Goldson, Cantor
Murra> Yavneh. 32-A
Saturday 9 a.m. sin-mini Atseret.
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NORTH Mi AX'. BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (Temple). 1025
NE Miaou Gardens Dr. Conserva-
tive. Rar-bi Milton Schlinsky. Can-
tor Reuvan Eckhaus. 33
BETH TORAH. 1051 N. Miami Beach
Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi M.ix Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob B. Mendelson 34
Friday 7 a in Hoahana Rabba. Satur-
day sin mini Atserel 8:30 a.m., 9:45
a m. Vlskor, 7:4.". p.m. Bimchat Torah
(Hakafot). Sunday 8:30 a.m.
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401
Conservative. Cantor
0aH|..
EMANU-EL. 3245
Blvd. (Reform). Ribb;
Abrams. Cantor Jerome x? t
HMPAH0 UMM
SHOLOM (Tsmple). 132 SE ..
Conservative. Rabbi Morr' '.'
Cantor Jacob J. Renzer.
MARGATE JEWISH CENTf-
NW 9th St. ""II
h/iiia'ndaif
hallandale jewish
Cantor Rev. Jacob
NE 1st Ave.
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MOtirwooB
BETH EL (Temple). 1351 S. |M
Rabbi Samue
Danii,,.
Jafle
Reform.
Friday 7:t."i p.m. Sim
lly service ami consci
grade and new students
!"::(" am Bhemlnl Atseret7
(has Torah. Ylak.
BETH SHALOM (Temple) 17a,
roe St. Conservative. Rlbbi n,
Malavsky. Cantor Irvino GoM
Friday B:lfi a.m.. 7 n.m Hoshiu ftj
ha. Saturday Bhemlnl Atxeret
10:39 a.m. Vlskor, 7:J
procession. Saturday
p m. -j
NW 183rd St.
Jack Lerner.
36
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na-
than Zolondek. IS
Friday 8:11 p.m. Hnahana RaMaa. Sat-
urday ;30 a 111 Bhemlnl Atseret. ser-
mon topic: "A Call To fniiy." 11:30
am Tlskor, 7:30 p.m. Sunday 1:80a.m.
Sinn-hat Torah. -sermon topic:
Today on Shmini. God gives us despei-ation and gall and a fooling "Bridegroom of the Torah."
ZION (Temple). 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman Shapiro.
Cantor Errol Helfman. 16
Friday 8:30 p.m. Saturday a.m., ser-
mon topic: "Forgetfulneas," 8:30 p.m
Slmchal Torah, Bunday 9 b ni.
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. 2225
NE 121st St. Conservative. Rabbi
Joseph Gorfinkel. Cantor Ben Zion
Kirschenbaum. 35
MIAMI REACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sheldon M. Ever.
Friday 7 p.m. Bhemlnl Atseret. Sat-
urday : a.m. 10:30 am. Vlskor, ser-
mon topic: "The Reading of Knhe-
leth during Succot." 7 p.m Bunday
S:4.'i a m. Slmchal Torah. sermrm t.|>-
Ic: "The Torah and Jewish Prosper-
ity."
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro. 18
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir.
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamchea 19
BETH RAPHAEL (Temple). 1545 Jef-
ferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh.
Friday K:.Vi p.m. Saturday 8:30
Sunday 1:30 a.m.
BETH SHOLOM (Temple). 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser. 21
Friday R:ir. p.m. Kimrliat Tnrah --
Shemlnl Atseret Servlres (family Ha-
kofot Service). Saturday 1S:U n m
Slmchat Torah -- shemlnl Atserel
Services Yizkor; consecralinn of r.
children.
the final examination to see what
we have learned about those three
concepts.
It is the Pi vine "Examination
Day." We use no special symbols,
no shofar. no fasting, no esrog or
lulov. Wo put aside all hooks and
reminders in preparation for the
final exam. God now asks us to re-
define the same words and to find
OUt what we have learned from
the Holidays and what are the les- '
sons we sha'l carry with us into'
our daily lives and routine daily
existence, after the holy days.
It is no secret that most of us
t"nd to define Brocho in terms of '
money, and a fat bankbook.
Wo pray for riches, prosperity in
our business, but the prayers ofi
Rosh Hashono teach us that money
that his life was a miserable fail-
ure. Sukkos then teaches us the \
meaning of plenty.
Happiness can be found in the
little frail sukko. in the intimate j
love and the Integrated family.;
that dwells together in the frail i
Sukko, in one bond of unity, when
father and son go together in the
ante thoughts and ideals, when
mother and daughter live in the!
same ideals of love and the Jew-
ish traditional home. It is found
in the symbolic unity of the Arba
minin. the four parts of the Lulov.
They teach us the need for the
basic family unity in Jewish life
as a prerequisite for the blessings
of plenty.
Shmini Atzores then, is the day
of itself is not such a blessing as' of ru,] examination, when God
we may think. Riches can also j asks "s oncc again have you
bring a curse, if we do not know, 'earned the meaning of the three
what to do with it Money some-1 Mressings Brocho, Chayim and
limes makes people blind, destroys Sova* Have you come to a clear
morals, and ethics. We may tend understanding of the true mean-
to forrret the poor and hungry in ] m- ""^ purpose of life and especi-
our midst, not to give charity. It! a!1-v Jewish life? The Yizkor pray-
ean make us- callous to the woes! en aro tn,, a pledge to our an-
of the more unfortunate around j
us.
The Shofar on Rosh Ha-honn!
rouses man to Vs senses to the1
limitations of nrvnov. It teaches I
us that we cannot live for our-1
selves alo-" bit' mn-l sp^nd al>
for the we'inro of o'ir rocietv,
There is hnnnlness anil joy in dv
ing good. Tlie-v ;s Brocho In serv-
ice to mankind blessings to ou--
sehes and hannir^ee to othrq ;
and makes this world a better
place for all.
Our seeonrl V5SOI we I'S'-n rp '
Yom Kippur. That clay, more than
eesto-s. that wo have learned our
les-ons of the High Holy Days.
Uhd wo shall then find fulfillment
long life, and joy and true
n'o-ty, Tor ourselves and children
n4 o-.r future cwrntinns. Amen.
20
am
SINAI (Temple), of NORTH OADE
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor Irvinq
Shulkes. 37 ,
Friday R:1S p.m. Bimchat Torah. Sal- ;
unlay 10:30 a.m Slmchat Torah. Ill
addition to in.- pmcemilon with Torah ,
Si-rolls, children new to Temple Si-
nai's Kellaioua School will !< conac-
crated. (Yizkor win be recited as
! part of Bimchat Torah morning icrv-
ioa).
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SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
Caplan. 38
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YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI, 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox.
Rahbi Zaln-ian Kossowsky. 39
Piidai 6:13 p m Saturday B n.m.
CORAL GABlti
JUDEA (Temple). 5500 Granada Blvd.
Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper. 40
PYlday 8 p.m. Hakofnt and conaecra-
tlon nf kindergarten rlasa. Saturday
11:15 a 111 H.-ir Milzvah: \huiiv Roll
of Dr. anil Mrs. IV.-l Wltkoff,
2AMORA (Temple). 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell A
Ber0er. Cantor P. Hillel Brommer.
frtday 8:4.1 a m Shemlnl Atseret, '
:.! p.m. Saturday s:4.-, ;i |H :;
I a.m. Vlikor, 6:30 p.m. Slmchal Torah
i 11 m. Hpeclal Mpkofot aervlee for
1 fhilclren. Sunday SMS a m in a.m.
chlldren'a participation service
swnm
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION
9343 Harding Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
; Isaac D. Vine. 50
Friday 6:30 p.m. shemlnl Atserel ,
1 Saturday 9 a.m. Bhemlnl Atseret
; Bunday !> a.m. Slmchat Torah, io:30 '
1 a.m. v Iskor.
fOKT LAUDtKDAU
BnT^, '5R^EL - 7100 W.
Brilliant. Cantor Maurice New. 42
Friday B:i( ,, ,n. Sluninv r. a m I
all m """ Su,"ln5'- ""OssBl T.n !
m
SINAI (Temple). 1201 John,,,
Conservative. Rabbi David s-,
Cantor Yehuda Meilbr.un.
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (Temple). 6920 SW Ua
Conservative. Rabbi Avrom
Cantor Abraham Koster.
Friday 8:30 am Hnbha-.M
8:8fl i.m. Bhemlnl Atieret,
topic: "What Kind : H :
ThisV Saturday 9 n m s -
Atseret, 1 >:.t<> a m '
Slmchal Torah. Ha!,.,
ceaalonal Sunilny <> a
Torah. B:4." a in I
Pr......BMlonal.
Beth Sholom Open
Fine Arts School
For Young Ch?!dreii|
Beth Sholom's 3
\' i tor Y lung Chi
Moi day afternoon,
temple, -i: 11 < h
Beach, according i
ment bj Judj Druch
(!in cior.
"Across the country, tin
more interest in the en
ers of our culture than em I
fore. It isn't .just a issing
CSt: people are il
in everyone there lives an ar
a creator of some ort. and :
'art' i< no longer the
preserve of a few expi rts Si
forms, new art center*, am.
concepts of what we sho ildb
developing," says Mrs. I
her hrochure about the scbool
Classes are being offered r *|
anncs and pottery, an- andcrafbl
'li.ici amo, dancing, rhythn I
exercises for pre-tcc n< and 1 1
Private lesson.-,
langement. are beini! offered si
piano, violin, cuitar, |
saxophone and drum*
Registration is no -; I
and Inquii les mas b I
temple office.
All-Star Show At
Elks Club Bouse
A gala all-star J
given by the Miami ';
I-od';e. Saturday eveninc Oct "
The S p.m. show ii I
the Elk's Club Housi \
Ave.. Miami Beach Tr
will so to the special u "> ""' |
of the lodge.
William Schusel. chsinaan
being assisted by Aaron nook-twf-
Irving Cohen. Louis Ja -':'-"1- ind
Doe Marcus.
David Drucker. exaltcr T&* *
the UkIco, said that \hr event
pgrty of the lodges e'.'.o?~ tob*
'tor the charity fund.____,
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O^l. I Ch. 10. 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
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Topic: "Israeli Study Tour Results"
Host: Rabbi Morris Kipper. Temple Judea. Com
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Ley, September 29. 1972
fJewist ncridfiani
Poaell-ll
As.

Max Lerner
' Sees It
WASHINGTON- Two big mysteries currently en^;.....
uhington .n guessing and gossip -the Watergate episode and
Gen John 1). Lavelle episode and both mysteries still mys-
fey.The M.Govern forces hope that some anger about them will
icro*s the nation, and erode the Nixon margin of advan-
ce. My own soundings around the country suggest thai Water-
.... may possibly become a political coi.' word, but hasn't yel
uufct whether Lavelle IVhal I am saying is that every campaign becomes al some
in) a battle of coded words and ideas. This campaign is no
i on, and the coded battle in which Issues are somehow
\ out and only the verbal husks remain has come earlii r
[ ; ast campaigns,
la this battle, the Republicans are on the offensive. For a
|me oked as if the Democrats might have it all their own
ay. With the young p-ople and women ami unemployment on
|h-ii side, this seemed the wave of the future, and who could
|'ul> it ?
Well, the wave got turned back, or maybe it never got
Most of the coded ideas youth, the "new politics,"
iticc, tired old pros, taxes, populism, credibility have
hopped out of the effective McGovem vocabulary. If anyone
[rings them up these days it is the Republicans, for negative
ect.
What is the residual McGovern code vocabulary today? The
I IT :- still his big isstie, and the code words are "precious young
lies, and "dying far away from home for a corrupt dictator-
|t:ip" Another is "spivial interests." For a time the ITT affair
liade -.I'we noise, but it ended not with a banc: but with a
(hiir.per. Then came the charge that the Agriculture Depart-
ment had given the big corporations an inside track on wheat
ules to Russia. There is evidence to back up the charge, by
lii-' department's own admission.
How heartbreaking it must be to the McGovern campaign
kiana?ers to see that even here the "special interests" issue
fuisn -Mick fire with the voters.
ir ir tfr
THE CODE VOCABULARY of the Republicans is much
I tig richer, more available. Take President Nixon's quick
' i an Italian-American festival in Prince Georse*s County,
All ho had to do was use the words "work" and "family,"
yone got the message. He was talking of the work ethic
-t "getting Something for nothing." He was talking of
lamily loyalties as against the uprooted and alienated "kids."
rQu-' became n coded signal at the Republican convention.
ng yeoman's work for Nixon among the "ethnics." and
line one of the major symbols in areas of Jewish voters.
v are other obvious and overused elements of the
\ code vocabulary, abortion, amnesty, drug culture. All
that t id speaker has to do is to mention it, and the audience gets
idea. This is also true of "welfare" and 'giveaway," not to
I p > if busing." For a time "Eagleton" was a code word. And.
h.....- Nixon" and "McGovern" have become code words.
' id! sod negatively by the other side. But "McGovern" these
days has far greater intensity of impact.
Watergate issue excludes a pretty messy smell thus
far 'ommentators haw been racking their brains to explain
> hj it hasn't excited the voters and given the campaign a spe-
cial rtarge. Hut the answer is stunningly clear. The committed
oters respond to a code so rich and emotion-laden that
the) von't let Watergate shake them. As for the marginal voters,
the) ire so skeptical of politicians anyway that nothing about
P ilil cs will surprise or move them.
b ft -ft
VIIK NIXON POWKK ADVANTAGE is also clear. Trying to
I nething out of the .'motional drug issue, McGovern charges
that Kixon has allowed the war to cripple the campaign against
heroin imports. And suddenly there is the President appearing on
'< a conference on heroin, big as life, talking tough about
up the supply routes of the vicious drug.
' take the McGovern charge about the wheat deal and the
trterests. It may gel Some farm votes. But what strikes
most people is the image of the American economy not only
suppoi ting its own people but selling mountains of wheat to both
md China, and exporting machinery and technology to
too. "A pitiful giant?" Nothing pitiful there. A giant
. enough to supply his enemies as well as himself, and make
II half-friends, and perhaps get some peace out of the process.
As a cabby said today, when we passed the While House,
i lough cookie In there." Which may be the final word
1 ihe code vocabulary.
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COUNTY JUDGE
* Endorsed By *
MAYOR CHUCK HALL
MAYOR DAVID KENNEDY
CONGRESS Of SENIOR CITIZENS
pd. pol. adv.
Rabbi Shapero To Install Beth El Brotherhood Slate
Rabbi Sanford M. Shapero. di-
rector of the South Florida Fed-
; eration, U.A.H.C., will officiate at
I the installation dinner of the
! Brotherhood of Temple Beth El
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U-F Volunteers Attend
First Report Luncheon
More than 400 19T2 United Fund
campaign volunteers were to I
gather at the Everglades Room!
Thursday noon for the "First Re-|
port Luncheon" of the campaign.!
Appearances by cartoon char-
acters Mickey Mouse and Donald,
Duck, from Walt Disney World,'
and decorations designed and con-1
trtbuted by Sears, Roebuck & Co.,!
will combine to set the mood of j
the official luncheon theme, "It's
a Child's World." and a special
head table is being set up for chil-
dren from many United Fund;
agencies. These guests will serve
to remind the volunteer cam-
paigners of the essential services|
which are made possible through
the United Fund campaign.
Thursday, Oct. 12. at 6:.",0 pjn. in I
the temple.
Officers to l> installed are Irv-;
ing Green, president; Edward Rose, i
vice president; Samuel Kremer. j
treasurer, and Silas Gersman,
secretary.
In addition to the installation
ceremony, there will be entertain-j
men! provided by Elaine and Les i
Wagman. singers and musicians.'
The Wagmans played it the Con-
cord Hotel in the Catskills for 12
years and only recently have come
to Florida where they have been
working in \arious hotels and
nightclubs.
Reservations must be made by
Oct. 2 and must be accompanied
by check. Places may be reserved
by contacting the temple office
Cohen Asks Aid
For Dade Schools
Ted Cohen, a candidate for the
state legislature, has called for
passage of necessary legislation 1o
provide additional funds for edu-
cation to large metropolitan areas
"and to make quality education
our major goal."
Mr, Cohen, seeking the District
102 seat (Miami Beach-Nor'h
Dade I, said the legislature should
seek ever)' possible means to rec-
ognize the "cost differential" of
providing an education to a stu-
dent in an urban area.
He said costs in urban areas, in-
cluding school construction, main-
tenance of schools, teachers' sal-
aries, and living conditions in gen-
eral, "mean that it will take more
money to educate the individual
student."
500 to Attend AZF Conclave
More than 500 delegates from
communities throughout the United
States will participate in the sec-
ond national convention of the
American Zionist Federation, Oct.
21-23 in Chicago, 111. Highlight of
the conclave will be the announce-
ment of action programs and proj-
ects for the next two years in
such areas as aliyah, information,
vonth and education.
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+Jenisti ThricJiar
Friday September
23
This Week In History,..
40 Year* Ago This Wl*l 1932
The MCODd five-year Birobidjan |
plan called for 300.0CO new immi-;
grants by 1937, at least 50'i Jews, i
Sir Os-.vald Mosley said. "Anti- !
Semitism is not an issue of Fas- j
cism. We will attack the Jews if.
they engage in subversive activi- j
ties such as Communism. We |
will never attack the Jews because
they are Jews."
The concepts of God and ethics
are attributable to the Jews more
than to any other race." said
President Hoover on Rosh Ha-
shanah.
BERLIN--------"Revival of the
use of the spurious Protocols of
the Elders of Zion has been or-
dered by Adolf Hitler himself."
VIENNA "Five Jews were
injured during High Holy Day
Steinberg Favors
House Reduction
Pau! Steinberg, candidate for
the legislature from Miami Beach-
North Dade in District 101. said
this week he would support a re-
duction in the size of the House
from 120 to 80 members.
"We are always talking about
economy in government ard it
is my feeling we can start right
with the legislature bv reducing
the size of the House by 40 mem-
bers thus eliminating thou-
sands of dollars."
Mr. Steinberg said he felt that an
80-member House was not only
more economical but also would
benefit the public by eliminating
"headline legislation" a term
which he applied to hundreds of
bills drafted but which "never
really mean more than getting
headlines for a lawmaker."
Simons Urges
District Courts
Stuart Simons, candidate for
County Court Judge in Group 6
was honored at a party at Indian
Spring, the home of Dr. Alan and
Franoesca Lipton, recently.
Mr. Simons explained his phi-
losophy of a neighborhood court
system. "It makes little sense to
bring people and their witnesses
downtown when we could properly
hold court throughout the county."
he said.
Mr. Simons, whose wife is a
teacher at Beth David Congrega-
tion, is the only one or the candi-
dates, in both the election and the
runoff, who is not accepting any
campaign contributions from any
one.
senices by Nazis who attacked a .
cafe where a temporary synagogue
had been set up. Services were
punctuated with rifle shots as
Va/:- an1 Socialists engagelT'Tn"!
combat. Forty-two Nazis were ar-
rested. Rosh Hashanah passed
without incident in Berlin and the
provinces. The I four > synagogues
iin Moscow' were thronged with
worshippers."
The League of Nations accept-1
ed Iraq.
ALBANY "Lt. Gov. H-rbert
H. Lehman, noted Jewish philan-
thropist. civic and communal
leader, became the first Jew ever j
nominated for governor of New-
York State bv the Democratic I
Party and if elect-i will be the i
'irst Jew to hold this high office
in New York."
Two Nazi editors got five-ami
throe-month sentence-* for lib-'line I
Berlin police official Dr. Bernhard I
Weiss.
Dr. Chain Fave'ukes. oiwdent
nf the Israelite Hos-iital in Buenos;
Aires, was kidnapped for $25,000
ransom.
io ***** A?o This Week: i*2
WASHINGTON "Arthur J.
OnMhorg the fo-rth A("i"H1 of
Jewish faith to serve on the U.S.
fjupreme Court, was sworn in
(Oct. H."
Egyptian Foreign, _Mjnister Dr.
"STahmoud Faw;zTsaid Washington's
sale of Hawk defensive missiles to
Israel would "inevitably" prompt
"more aggressiveness and more
hostilities."
VIENNA "The usually well-
nformed Kurier (asserted) that
-ecret ta'ks were und>r way (herei
between Soviet officials and the
Egyptian general staff on deliver-
ies of additional arms to Egypt"
U.N. Mideast envoy Dr. Joseph
E. Johnson proDosed a L'.N. ad-
ministrator nnl staff to effect
reparations of the 1948 refugees
through oonsu'tations with Israel
and Arab states on individual
cases. Israel, with U.S. and other
aid. would indemnify those who
lost "Tl'V'IV,
(From the files of the J.T.A.*
Anti Terrorist
Action Sought
Continued from Page 1-A
57-47. defeated a Yemeni-spon-
sored measure to shelve discus-
sion of terrorism until ne\t year.
There were 22 absentions.
After the defeat of the Yem-
eni measure, a somewhat soft-
ened version of a draft originally
proposed by U.N. Secretary Gen-
era! Kurt Waldheim was placed
on the Assembly agenda by a
vote of 66 to 27 with 33 absen-
tions.
Israel officials reportedly fc.
that the U.S. has moved d*
to Israel on the Mideast siti
tion as a result o'. the Mim
killings. They cite Nixon'sstn
statement against the Arabi
rorist killings in Munich
the U.S. veto two weeks a?o i
a Security Council resolutii
which urged an end to all i
tary action in the Middle
without referring to the AnJ
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Question Box
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RABBI SAMIELJT. FOX
>Vhv is the Succoth festival
LneclaUy referred to as the
J,,..,,,, f cur Joy" P'efer-
[ ,, u, ..thiT festivals?
i. ; festivals are occasions
thja title was jre-
i he.fl MJval of Suc.-oth.
I itself associates the ex-
I >,.-, (simchah) with
1 times (Leviticus 23:
v 16:14, 15*).
t i this is so because
i Succoth was origi-
|lv the festival of ingathering
- and this greatest of
rvests of the year was thus one
|the most joyous,
gom claim this is so because
,! of Succoth celebrates j
achievement of atonement re-1
Ived on Yom Kippur (the day of j
pnement' which occurs only five
yy before Succoth.
3thers claim this is so because
dynamic water libation fes-
fcties occurred annually during
1-. festival.
ome point to ,nc fact tnat tne
tie ordains a special ceremony
(rejoicing through the medium
using the "Four Species" of
tetation on this holiday. Giant
Jidelabra were ignited in Jeru-
|em during this festival.
ITierc are some who relate the
cial joy to the memory of the
louds of Glory" which traveled
\h the people of Israel through
travel in the wilderness which
|eommemorated during the fes-
I of Succoth.
Still others claim that the Bible
ecially emphasized the require-
Int to lie joyous on this festival
rause it was observed by living
fa humble hut (Sukkaht and Te-
nded us of our days of home-
sness.
he Bibie, tnerefore. under-
bred the requirement to be happy
this festival because man was
bnoscd to learn to be happy
tn though he leads a life of
modest means and is reminded of
his meager beginnings in the wil-
derness. The other holidays which
are observed in the comparatively
luxurious surroundings of the home
do not need so much emphasis in
stating the requirement to enjoy
them.
wJHm MttSBO the lulav (paJin
branch) used on Succoth have
three bands of lulav leaves tied
around it?
From a practical point of view
it can be understood that these
three bands hold the leaves of the
palm branch together and pre-
vent them from separating and
ihen possibly breaking away from
the central leaves of the lulav.
Some claim that the reason for
using three of them especially, is
that the number three represents
the three patriarchs of the Jew-
ish people (i.e., Abraham, Isaac
and Jacob).
The lulav branch with its many
constituent leaves represents the
people of Israel. The three bands
represent the patriarchs who hold
this people together by their com-
mon ancestry and destiny. Others
claim that the three bands repre-
sent the three categories of Jews
i.e.. the fully righteous, the ex-
tremely sinful and the intermediate
group. All three, obviously, have a
part to play in keeping the people
together and preserving unity and
solidaritv.
Beth David Fine Arts
Sets October Exhibits
During October, the Fine Arts
Gallery of Beth David will dis-
play the sculptures and ceramics
of Henry Gordon; the opening is
slated for Wednesday at 8 p.m.
Sunday. Oct. 8. beginning at 2
p.m., the gallery will hold an
"afternoon with the arts" at Beth
David South. The exhibit will fea-
ture the work of Beth David stu-
dents.
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* Endorsed By *
MAYOR CHUCK HALL
MAYOR DAVID KENNEDY
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SffSlSi to the courts.
has been tneresu.u
The Dade County Bar Asso
JT in a well-intentioned
ctation. m ^e the-
mannT;m the chore of a judge
sting from the cnor _
of the bar association.
progressive as Florida'sjjud
rS^^mneedstohe
carried a step further.
The Editorial Board offers
the 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 Feller, Tues-
day, Oct. 3'FELLER is a director
of the Mac Century Club and of
the Hard Foundation, organiza-
tions which help handicapped
children.
LS.M.F.T.
COUNTY JUDGE GROUP FIVEppa


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t'Jenisti i/cridf/3tr>
Friday Si
laY Septen
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
There's Only One Ballot For Each Of Us
A\ AUQL'ST S, TIIRKK widely known Jewish
leaden who head or have Ivaded Jewish orga-
nizations reportedly said in a press conference that
they were forming a national Jewish committee to
dent Nixon.
At least one reporter at the
conference understood one of the
Jewish trio to say that he was
taking this step only as an individ-
ual. Thirteen days later, the same
Jewish leader's name was listed
in a full-pace advertisement In
the New York Times with two
Jewish identifications- one as current chairman
of one of the most important Jewish coordinating
bodies in the nation and one as former president of
a large Jewish lraternal order. The ad was not
placed by the ad hoc Jewish croup for President
Nixon; it was placed by the Democrats For Nixon
Committee.
But the doubts and dissatisfactions linger: win
is it proper for a Jewish leader to insist he is
speaking and acting only as an individual in one
frame of political reference one day and then to
carry along with his name in a public appeal for
the election of the President on another day the
organizational identifications thai pack so much
i i in w ith maiu voters?
This "now you see it. now you don't" example
of [tolitical tiddledewinks won't soon be forgotten
by thousands of American Jews who are deeply
disturbed by this election year's uninhibited cover-
age of the Jewish connection with the presidential
elections. The pre-occupation of columnists and
newspapers with the Jewish vote, Jewish contribu-
tions, and Jewish involvement in the elections re-
calls an old and oft-told story about the family
that Invited J. P. Morgan to dinner. The youngest
child in the family was cautioned to make no com-
ments, especially about Mr. Morgan's nose, a physi-
cal feature of Cyrano de Bergerac proportions. All
went well until tea was served; and then, in an un-
guarded moment, the child who desired lemon with
his tea. stared fixedly at Mr. Morgan as he said:
"Mr. Morgan, please pass the nose."
There was much more to J. P. Morgan than
his nose; and there is considerably more to thus
election than its relation to the Jewish community
ol America 01 the relation of Jews to the cam-
: iai sns.
Welfare, health. prices, taxes, the environment.
mtlitary needs anil expenditures, safety in the
streets, Involvement m foreign affairs, and a long
arra) of other pressing Issues need consideration
duiing the campaign. Yet endless media specula-
tion about which affluent members of the Jewish
community gave what to which candidate in v
and 1972 all too often outranks the
subjects in coverage. Some Jewish votei
flattered by this disproportionate attention, but th!
largest numbers arc undoubtedly disn
This is not .to say that Washington's attituc
towards and actions in connection with -ft
protracted and uneasy armistice in the Middle Ein
is not an appropriate concern for public dlscuuk.
in the presidential election year. Nor |g this
advocacy for Jews and Jewish organizations tor
fraln from moving such issues to the hear)
political party agendas. But it is disheartening and
painful to watch as some propagandists irv <
make the Middle East the single issue in the ra.
palgn and to spread scare stories about the ca
dklates' stands on the Middle East.
The Jewish population of this
under 3'r. Jews have- a commendable record for
exercising the right to vote. By and
voters are sophisticated. Jews contril i
ously to campaign chests. But when the election
are over and the votes counted, HI that Am
Jews are doing in connection with thi
1972 will never bi gin \> warrant the d
exasperating preoccupation by the mnss
with the Jewish "angles" and the Jewish -.n i.
THE HUMAN SCENE B/ Murray Zuckoff
The Visible Empire
IF ISRAELIS ARK generally hostile toward American
olim and tourists, olim arc no less embittered by
what many of them refer to as the "visible empire of
bureaucracy.
The Israeli bureaucracy is a social type of social
organism not to be found in the United States, according
to a former sociology student at Columbia University cur-
rently studying for her Masters at Hebrew University.
She explained that the bureaucracy is an elusive and dif-
ficult phenomenon to deal with because each Ministry,
each level of government, has its own self-sufficient turf
which makes it almost impossible for the immigrants to
appeal to a "higher authority" to correct a clerical error,
to obtain a response from an unresponsive official or to
change a decision ol some rnino'- clerk.
"Every pakld (clerk) seems to establish an empire
of his own, investing it with absolute power." she ob-
served, "Each desk, each counter, each office becomes the
pakid's kingdom and each person dealing with him is
ultimately reduced to the status of a serf or a knave.
Worst of all." she added, "is that the American oleh is
criticized and frequently ostracized for being temi>er-
mental, l)oori.sh, demanding and arrogant when all we
want is to participate on a human level to help build and
defend our homeland."
A young couple from Toledo, Ohio, recently found
that all the ideals they cherished wore gradually being
stripped by the "indifference of a system and its workers
and protcctsia." Edmund and Leila Kass. both In their
20s, came to Israel almost two years ago filled with en-
thusiasm for their new-found homeland and determined
to become integrated Into Israeli society. Edmund, who
found a job teaching here, was a community organizer
with a local neighborhood center in Toledo working with
welfare clients. Leila, a Christian, underwent an orthodox
conversion before coming to Israel. Their daughter, Elana,
was born here a year ago.
The couple has been living in totally inadequate quar-
tern in temporary housing in Shikun Acadamaim in Herzl-
ia Pituach since they arrived. The three cubicles that
constitute their flat has become a virtual prison to them
and both have been suffering from emotional and mental
strain. Their repeated requests and pleas for a decent
apartment have fallen on deaf ears.
On June 27, in quiet desperation, Edmund addressed
a letter to Natan Peled, Minister of Immigrant Absorp-
tion. In this letter, a copy of which he gave to me, he
wrote: "I never fully realized the agony of a welfare re-
cipient's struggles until I came to Israel. ... I find my-
self fighting and suffering the sami indignities, indiffer-
ence and duplicity that confronted the welfare recipients
with whom I worked."
A month later. Edmund and Leila had still not re-
ceived any answer from Peled or the Absorption Minis-
try. Despondent, they were preparing to return to Amer-
ica. Several days ago, they called me to say they had de-
cided to remain in Israel. "We still haven't heard from
Peled and we still don't have an apartment. But we've
decided that we aren't going to run. We arc going to stay
and fight. We refuse to allow important life decLsioas and
a life-style to be dictated by bureaucratic indifference."
(('pyrlght If .r. Mtrlm Trti>irriiphlr ARwiu-y)
Israel Newsletter
By Carl Alt
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Blame It on The Heat
Q\K OF THE FOREMOST Talmud sages, Resh
Lakish, is quoted as saying that in every crime
there is a hit of insanity. \\V got to thinking about
this after reading a New York
ITimes story recently which re-
ported that in New York City 57
[murders were committed in one
pweck an all time record--and
lioliec analysts blamed it on the
I heat wave. "You take a poor guy."
said the analyst, "it's sweltering,
|he doesn't have air-conditioning,
he's sitting on the stoop, he has
had a few beers, there's no place to go. he gets mad
at something. Then all of a sudden, it hursts out
into the open. He grabs a knife."
It's the pom- general conditions that are chiefly
responsible for this madness, but the hot weather
has its part.
Everyone talks about the weather, we say. but
nobody DOES anything. Even the radical left does
nothing. At least it could demonstrate; sit down
and say they won't move until a breeze blows. (This
. is one time the police wouldn't interfere with them.
The one thing the police want, in fact, is that they
don't move.
The rabbis, too. have neglected to do anything.
There are prayers to God for all kinds of difficult
things. But for God to change the weather is easy.
A little push ol the wind and it Ls here.
.Sometimes, it must be granted, hot weather
may be useful. God be thanked that July 4, 177f,
was a hot day. Young Thomas Jefferson coming to
Philadelphia had bought a new thermometer and
it showed that early in the morning on July 4 it
was 78 and later on it was sweltering. To make
matters worse, there was an invasion from a near-
by stable of insects, and the founding fathers were
dressed in knee breeches, so the insects could get
a good bite. And on top of this, the delegates Were
faced by the prospect of a long debate whether they
should or should not declare independence. Some
more hot air! They couldn't stand the thought and
quickly adopted the Richard Henry Lee resolution
for independence.
If it had been b-ss.hot, or if they had air-con-
ditioning, maybe we would still be drinking ale
instead of coca cola, eh what?
(o), 1972. Jvwinh T.lu(,-rai>lo, Agency)
I
Migrant Arab Labor
fllE PHENOMENON of large-scale Aral, labor
the occupied area* into Israel continui -
Arabs (rom Judea, Samaria and the Gazi Strip
I enter Israel dailj In almost
buses and trucks. They work -
building trades, in agri
| factories as well.
The mutual benefits ol this silt
[ an- obvious. For Israel this la
is a blessing without which econ.
development would have icon throtoij
I If not for the Arabs the c it
shortage would have been much wo ]
catastrophic in light of the mounting immiin-ation.
As for the Arabs, they are earning wa lij lv
the} have ever before known. Thousands of then
acquiring skills, either in Israel-sponsored train
courses, or in apprenticeship on the job. and thevJ
thereby raising their status and their standard oflM
There are dangers in the situation which (Uli
rnany observers, however. One commentator rotors t
the migrant labor as a "lime bomb" which uhoniti
plodes. will have disastrous effects.
There are four possible danger lines;
Internally, it is unhealthy for Israel to dop-nddl
Arab labor. It Ls contrary to basic principles of ZionirrJ
It creates a new situation which, in ovcr-simplfflrflli
clear language, sets up a class of Israeli colonWi aril
Arab "native labor." J
With a rise in their standard of labor, the Ann
"ill not Ik? content to remain in menial tasks, and iH.
continue to press for their place In the it ;** econowel
strata. This could become roughly comparable to tt*l
black revolt in the United States.
Should there he an economic recession, the (Ml
workers to be let go will be the Arabs. Since they il|
not be able easily to return to thehr former agricultural
pursuits, they will be responsive to membership In ter-l
rorisl groups which feed upon dissati-faciiin and want.
Even a temporary slow-down may see Israel
white collar workers out of jobs at a time when Ara|
labor, less skilled and therefore less expensive, an-"'M
on the job. Under these circumstances, hostility sfllf
originate from the Israel side.
There are answers to these danger lines. EhWl
Llvneh, one of Israel's most thoughtful commutators,
goes to the heart of the matter. Israel can not. dareiw|
remain an exclusively "pure" Jewish state, he ;>*'
live with the Arabs, and when the much desired i**
Comes there will I*- even greater interchange and com-1
nuinication with our Aral) neighbors. What is hiipiinM
now is a very desirable and necessary step In U***'
tion of normal relations, when Arabs and bus will h""'1* I
together as neighbors and equals. Any move towardexo
iveness would simply postpone or even endanger
peace to come.
There la certainly no doubt that the present *itiw1ln
is bringing about a gradual integration "t Arabs nw
the occupied areas into the economic fabric of ISW*1
enemies of yesterday have become the fellow <""*?*
today. The-e are Tacts and realities on the be*
which political decisions arc made and political reiatw
created,


Way. September 29, 1972
+Jenisii Mtridiir
Page 15-A
irk As Defender Wins Frank Support In Race For Judge
L Defender Bernard Frank' minium and civic action groups in| Academy Service Award ai
L i- compalgn for election the county, Judge Frank repeated Miami Beach Jaycee Good
. iv ClMT\ JlldtrO GrOUD 6. I hiS rcnitCSt that Miami Htvwh nnH1.vramimt &.->)
lid the
Gov-
Utj Court Judge, Group (i. his request that -Miami Beach and ernment Award.
kphOUl Dade County tliis week | North Miami Beach be made loca- \ Judge Frank has been endorsed
.,..,:;.ii for Tuesday's non-. lions for county court sessions,
runoff election. A graduate of the University of
L Frank, who served three Miami School of Law and of the
t (in ,>:' Miami Beach mu-. Dade County public school sys-
fc, judee and has been public tern. Judge Frank is a native of
[ for both Miami Beach Miami. A vice president of Beth
igf Jason Berkman's ,,ni durins the past 3'3 i nor of the Greater Miami Hebrew] Bca-h.
.:,- high man by a sizable
by the Miami Beach Bar Associa-
tion, which commended him in
1970 for "excellence of defense and
' ttssion for indigent defend-
ants" durins his service as public
defender. He is a former vice
mayor and councilman of Miami
Voters May Need To Re-Register
Dade Count ians who have reg-
istered once before probably don't
have to re-register in order to
vote Nov. 7 in the general election.
report Election Division officials.
Those persons who must register
are those who have never voted
before, who have not voted in the
oast two years or who have
(hanged their name or adddess.
Flection offjciaj^,susgel Dado
voters in doul't about ineir status
call before coming downtown.
in the first primary.
supporters point out that |
Frank's opponent has no
or other publi'" service.;
, ionent, they note, is not
iiiy attorney, although he I
-imihir name, and is not
>rsed by the Dade Federa-
Labor AFL-CIO, the Daily;
lorter Miami Beach Times.
Times, and a majority of!
Temple Emanu-El Players
Add New Sound System
Purchase of a new sound system |
has been announced by the Tem-
,m> Fmanu-Kl Players. Charles
Rosenblatt, president of the dra-
natic auxiliary of the Miami
citizens, tenants, comlo* Beach congregation, said proceeds
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE
JOHN CYRIL
MALLOY
D!ST. 113
*p fA t>o' ad.
Bob
McKnight
Denocrat
State Representative District 119
from "Never Too Late," the last
production of the Temple Rmanu-
El Players, paid for the system.
In addition, the Players bought
a new. multi-colored spotlight to
give additional professionalism to
their productions. The Friedland
Ballroom stage is the site of their
opening shows, but the Players
often present programs for other
organizations throughout South
Florida.
Mr. Rosenblatt said the Players
arc now going into production
with a ca just three adults are taking part
in .1 musical hit, "(loo I News"
Trlxie Levin, Temple Emanu-FI
dramatic Instructor, will dire"
the musical which will featun Mi
Rosenblatt in one of the male
adult leads.
First meeting of the year for the
Players will be held Oct. 18 in
the Miami Beach home of Mr. and
Mrs. Carol Grcenberg.
It is with great feeling of humility to have the
support of many people unknown to me person-
ally. I hope I can continue to count on this
support and earnestly seek your vote in the
runoff election on Oct. 3rd. The vote proved
to me that SOME PEOPLE DON'T NEED CAM-
PAIGN SLOGANS.
Respectfully,
Bob McKnight
"...I believe
we need a new set
of priorities for the
State... based on cutting
waste... saving the taxpayer
dollars... and protecting
the environment."
'Knights' Inducted
Fifteen "Ksquircs" will be in-
ducted into the rank of "Knight"
at the next regular meeting of the
| George Gershwin Knights of Py-
thias Lodge 19i. to be held at the
Surfside Community Center. Mon-
day evening. Chancellor Com-
mander Milton Meyers will pre-
side and a collation will follow the
ceremonies.
I FOUGHT FOR YOU IN DADE -
I WILL FIGHT FOR YOU IN TALLAHASSEE
Pat
Tornillo
Dem.
The state gives every
county $800,000 to build
an elementary school.
In Levy County it costs
$500,000, in Alachua $800,000.
In Dade, the same school
costs $1.5 million. The
difference comes out of
your pocket. I will fight
to make the state stop
shortchanging Dade's children
FOR STATE REP. DIST. 103
Endorsed by the Dade County Federation of labor, AFL-CIO and
the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, local 349.
Pd. Pol. Adv.
' ?
~$tx*ft
SundV'
SP
M***'
\T
197*
The Bad Guys Get Elected
If Good People Don't
Vote.
WE RECOMMEND ...
Group 6, Stuart Simons.
... Highly rated attorney who ad-
vocates a "neighborhood court system."
His opponent, Bernard Frank, mistaken-
ly endorsed by The Herald in 1961 for
the Miami Beach Council, has a record
ot petty politics. In 1964 he told the
Dade school board to act illegally and
promote an acting principal to principal.
Quoted as saying: "You can do some-
thing illegal if you're in favor of it." Ju-
dicial temperament?
STUART
Endorsed by-
She
itltami Heralfc
Miami News
N. Dade Journal
Hialeah Home-News
Y Dade Retirees Club
Condominium Owners
& Co-op Assoc.
Classroom Teacher Assoc.
"Best Qualified"-
Dade Bar Assoc.
"Qualified".
Miami Beach. Sun-Reporter
Simons
FOR COUNTY COURT JUDGE
Pd. Pol Adv.
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Ijewislti Floridian
i, Florida Friday. September 29, 1972
Section B
New Histadrut Head
Will Accompany Levy
Bernard Jacobson, national exec- j South Florida, said a special
utivc director of the Israel Hista- board meeting at the Fontaine-
Idrut Campaign, will visit Greater 1 bleau Hotel Oct. 15 will highlight
the visit of Mr. Levy and Mr.
Jacobson.
Mr. Feinstein said Moe Levin,
chairman of the local Histadrut
unit, and Dr. Leon Kronish, na-
tional chairman, would head the
welcoming committee for Mr. Ja-
cobson and Mr. Levy.
The Hi.-tadrut campaign will
seek to raise at least $5 million
for the maintenance needs of
Histadrut's educational, medical,
cultural, welfare and religious
protects and programs in Israel.
The Sidney and Lillian Bolotin
Medical Center in Israel is the
prime project of the Lsrael Hista-
drut Council of South Florida. Mr.
Feinstein said. Details of an ex-
pansion program for the Bolotin
Center will be mapped out during
the board meeting.
Letter Bombs Sent
To Israel Embassy
In Buenos Aires
BUENOS AIRES (JTA)
Five letter bombs mailed from
Holland arrived at the Israel
Embassy here last week.
The police department bomb
mi11:;ul nan summoned and bomh
experts detonated four of the
bombs In a compound otitftide
the city. The fifth bomb was
taken to the police laboratory
for analysis.
Police said the letter bombs
were extraordinarily potent. An
area of the compound in which
the bombs were detonated was
pulverized.
The DAIA issued a statement
which noted that the Munich
massacre appears to have open-
ed a general offensive aimed
at spreading the conflict in
the Middle East throughout the
world.
BfffNAM B. JACOBSON
hlfami Oct. 13-15, accompanying
Kehoshua Levy on the Histadrut
(treasurer's trip to this area.
Mr. Jacobson, who assumed the
ost when Dr. Sol Stein left to
Itake over as national president
of the Israel Histadrut Founda-
tion, is the former director of both
Organizations for Los Angeles.
A life-long leader of the Labor
Zionist Movement and for the peo-
Dle and land of Israel, Mr. Jacob-
Ison returned recently from a mis-
sion to the Jewish nation, where
Ihe helped determine Histadrut
pieeda for 1973.
I Samui I Feinstein. president of
[tlie Israel Histadrut Council of
Ambulatory patients attended special services commemor-
ating the High Holy Days conducted by Mount Sinai's
chaplain. Rabbi Solomon Schiff, director of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation's chaplaincy service. Alvin Gold-
berg, hospital director, (right) attended services and wished
hospital patients a speedy recovery.
sam niNsriM
Moroccan Jews Insecure
As Political Crisis Grows
By Special Report
NEW YORK Morocco's ap-
I proximately 35,000 remaining Jews
ha\e Income increasingly insecure
and apprehensive because of the
I unsettled political situation in that
I country, the American Jewish
| Committee rei>orted this week.
In the latest of a series of back-
ground reports on matters of
Jewish concern, the committee
quotes a representative Moroccan
Jew: "I feel like a second-class
citizen, pushed aside, with a mar-
ginal life. My wife tells me that
I will be the first to be killed if
there is trouble."
Although the future of Moroc-
can Jewry has been uncertain for
a number of years, the American
Jewish Committee declares, the
attempt on the life of King Moii-
lay Hassan last August, following
a similar occurrence the preceding
NCJW Expresses Approval Of
U.S. Stand In The U.N.
The National Council of Jewish
Women has expressed approval of
the United States' stand agaiast
the draft resolution on the Middle
*'a>t and in favor of an interna-
tional agreement on air piracy and
sabotage.
In a letter to the Hon. George
Bush, Chief of the United States
Mission to the United Nations,
NCJW national president, Mrs.
Eleanor Marvin, states that "the
National Council of Jewish Women
100,000 strongpledges its sup-
Port of an international agreement
to deal effectively with air pir-
nc> and sabotage."
July, has added to Jewish fears.
The committee report says:
Surprisingly, there was little
Jewish emigration after last year's
attempted coup, though it was
strikingly clear that the basis of
Jewish existence in Morocco was
not only shaky but largely de-
pendent on tho continuation of
the monarchy," which has been
traditionally friendly to the Jew-
ish community.
One disturbing element is the j
fact that the late Minister of De-'
ferae, Gen. Mohammed Oul'kir,
who had been branded a key fig-
ure in the August assault, had
been considered a protector of the
Jews. His successor, Gen. Driss
Ben Aomar. is also considered
friendly, but the Jewish popula-
tion wonders whether he will be
able to cope with anti-Semitic
elements.
Students Report
On Study Tour
Learning. Touring and Loving
Israel" will be the subject of dis-
cussion at the opening meeting of
Temple Judea's Sisterhood, at 11
ajri. Wednesdav. Oct. 18, in the
temole's social hall.
After luncheon is served, a
panel of students will reoort on
their summer in Israel. The tem-
ole's first annual study tour of
Israel was held by Rabbi and
Mrs. Morris Kipper.
Chairman of the day is Mrs. J.
Rubini; the luncheon is free for
paid-up members of the Sister-
hood. For reservations call Mi's.
Marvin Levin or the temple
office.
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Friday September 29, 1972
MEYER BRILLIANT
21E DJ8^VT3 TKD h
COUNTY JUDGE
k Endorsed By *
MAYOR CHUCK HAIL
MAYOR DAVID KENNEDY
CONGRESS OF SENIOR CITIZENS
pd. pol. ad.
Americcn Jewish Congress South Florida
Council met with newly elected presidant
L r. Max A. Lipschitz recently to discuss pro-
c-am and expansion of activity for the new
year. From left to right are (standing) Mor-
r:s Fox; Abraham Gru.iliut, chairman of the
Commission on International Affairs; Bern-
ard Mandler, ccchairman of the Commission
en Law and Social Action: (seated) Clare
Hayden; Ycsef Yanich, executive director.
American Jewish Congress, and Rabbi Lip-
schitz. spiritual leader of Beth Torah Con-
gregation.

WILLIAM E.
Gladstone
CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE
GROUP 32
Board Member, Greater Miami Chapter of the American
Jewish Committee for approximately IS years and pres-
ent Vice President of Chapter
Former Trustee of Temple Israel of Greater Miami and
former President of Men's Club
Director. Mental Health Association
Family Law Committee of Oade County Bar Association;
past Chairman of that Committee.
Family Law Committee. Florida Bar Association; Chair-
man. Florida Bar Association sub-committee on Family
Court.
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
_IA"FAMILY COURT"
MORTIMER E. WlfN
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A MESSAGE FROM
DR. BEN SHEPPARD
I have known Natalie Baskin and her family for over twenty
years.
I know she will be the kind of Circuit Judge Dade County
needs and wants; intelligent, experienced, dedicated and com-
pletely honest.
I urge all my friends and supporters to join me on October 3rd
in voting for
Natalie
BASKIN
Circuit Judge
GROUP 8
M POI A.K
LEVER 12-E
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Friday, September 29, 1972
+Jenisfi Meridian
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Bodins To Be Honorees At
Beth Sholom Bonds Dinner
Tvd and Magda Bodin. who have
Urked hard in behalf of Israel,
Lnds sii.ee its inception, will be
honor.'.* at TempW-Beth Sholom-'s
hnnual y;la Israel Dinner of State
Rundav. Oct. 8. at the Fontaine-
ileau "Hotel, Dr. Leon Kronish.
Spiritual leader of the temple has
Announced.
The Bodins, members of Temple
.joth Sholom for more than 11
tars, will be presented with the
Irestigious State of Israel Shalom
[ward at the dinner dance event
lebratlng Israel's 25th anniver-
arv.
Mr. Bodin, a well-known fashion
designer, and president of Bodin
Knits, is on the temple's board of
directors; Mrs. Bodin is a mem-
ber of its Sisterhood.
"We have been to Israel three
times and we know the importance
of helping out that brave coun-
try," said Mrs. Bodin. who man-
ages to schedule her time to do-
nate long hours to charitable
causes.
The talented Mrs. Bodin, who
has modeled professionally, was
also a ballerina and danced in
tonta Clubs Plan Luncheon Meeting
An int. r-city luncheon at noon
aturday at the Miamarina Res-
lurant in Miami will assemble
l;.p'.o\!iiifltely 150 members of
oiiti clubs from Florida's Gold
>t area.
Zonta Club of Greater Miami
po. I. which was organized in
40. will host the luncheon meet-
assisted by Zonta Club of
Ireater Miami No. II. which was
rganized last year.
I Zonta International is a service
lub for executive and professional
fomen. with clubs in 44 countries,
ch club has its own community
oject and also contributes to
He clubs' international projects,
none, which are Amelia Earhart
fellowships-'for students' follow-
\g careers in. the field of aeronau-
Ics.
Mrs. E. D. Pearce, former presi-
tnt of the General Federation
Women's Clubs, will speak on
The Value of women* dubs
round the World." Miss Isabel
pffrey is general chairman of the
rythian Visitor Here
I Grand Chief Mary K. Moore of
feniandir.a Beach Temple 7 of
forida, Pythian Sisters, will pay
official visit to Roosevelt Tem-
Je 33 Wednesday at Pythian Hall,
tOl W. Fiagler St.
eat,eat!
Eat heartily-that's what
your family will do when
you serve Chef Boy-Ar-Dee
Cheese Ravioli.These tasty
little macaroni pies are just
like kreplach with zippy
cheese in the middle. Then
simmered in thick tomato
sauce with mushrooms and
more cheese for real Italian
ta'am. Great for dairy lunch
vr supper. And just about
the easiest you ever fixedl
Only 20e per serving.
inter-city luncheon. Mrs. Frances
Dean, president of Zonta Club of
Greater Miami No. I, will preside.
Miss Gretchen Van Roy will of-
fer a program of songs.
Latest project of the Zonta Club
of Greater Miami No. I is pro-
viding color TV's and other fur-
nishings for the new kidney dial-
ysis center at Jackson Memorial
Hospital.
many top places including the
Metropolitan Opera House in New
York. Although she and her hus-
band were both born in Hungary
and educated abroad, they were
introduced to each other in New
York. They have been married 14
years and are parents of Bettina,
13, Babette, 11, and Bruce 8.
A mother, housewife, business-
woman, and civic worker, Mrs.
Bodin now focuses most of her
energies on Israel Bonds. Com-
bined Jewish Appeal, and the Or-
ganization for Rehabilitation
Through Training.
Mrs. Bodin is also active in the
Miami Ballet Society, the Opera
Guild, the Deed Club, the Drama
League, Concept House and the
Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, of
which she is incoming chairman.
Although Mr. Bodin travels
around the country visiting his
showrooms, he also finds time to
work for Israel Bonds and Com-
bined Jewish Appeals.
Registration may be made at
the temple office.
Ted Bodin (right) and his wile, Magda, will be the honorees
at Temple Beth Sholom's Israel Dinner of State Sunday, Oct.
8. They are shown here with Gen. Mordechai Hod, who
visited Miami earlier this year.
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Friday September 29. 1972
Hadassah Leaders Hear
Keet, Parson, Abramowitz
Wincle's 2nd Season
The Yiddish Culture Wincic of
Miami Boaeh will (tart its second
eaaoii at in a.m. on Tuesday. Oct.
10 at 80th St and Collins Avo.
Program will Intrude a talk ontNashkin.
The History of th.. Y^ho, bn
guage" by Rabbi Eliei r^j
berger; Sato Nashkin m a *
from the classics, and a eyefe ,'.
Jewt-h folk songs bj v
American^ ::uisi help Israelis in
their vaUant^JBkyeax >tritt-.rW t
a convince th.> world of their right
t.. exist, a. cording to Dr. Mayer
Abmmowitz, spiritual leader of
Temple Menorah, who spoke to
I Aiia.ni Beach Hadassah lead-
t:- hiriiMi n recent meeting at
the Play > PI i Hotel.
- 11 \ in* iw it'
,ii events for
- Bo; I high
tin Isi !'
1 n'ho v taring
nr.ual M i Ha-
i .-- ih h md-with-Israel lun
i i Ho-
: nan
Stat of Is-
lai-l's prestigious Woman of Valor
\S*ir lunchi on chairman.
Dr. Abramowitz shared the
Spl akers' p'atlorm with Milton
Pa son, director of the Greater
Miami Bond organization, and
Mi-- Freda Keet, Israel's
most woman broadcaster.
Mi-s K< i urg> ii the audieni i
to co sidrr Israel's three main
probli S surity and defense
i-..- immigrants from dis-
I land-, and the usual
. .1 a developii so :iet3 are
:' tro'ihl
5 yen bso v hi :i 1-! ael wai
Miss Keet explain I
have
0 > but v
"Israel needs help," was the message delivered by Miss
Freda Keet. an Israeli broadcaster, (second from left) when
she met with top Miami Beach Hadassah leaders at the
Playboy Plaza Hotel recently. At leit is Mrs. Samuel Simon-
hoff. a vice chairman of the Oct. 19 Miami Beach Hadassah
Bond-witMsrael luncheon at the Fontainebleau Hctel; Mrs.
Jc ccb Rifkin, an annual trustee of Israel, and Mrs. Jack
Kjtmzan. a luncheon vice chairman, are at right.
Ben Genad, a board member of Beth Torah Congregation
and vice president and transportation chairman of Hillel
Community Day School, and his assistant, Irving Cirulnick,
a member of Temple Solel, Hollywood, and the Hillel board
o! governors, are shown with the newest addition to the
school's fleet cf buses, which provide door-to-door transpor-
tation for the 135 students enrolled this year.
One more reason
to choose
America's favorite
tuna:
on constant alert to danges}; ffonq
.-\ ..!... .iVL-j* Iron without/' the1 >
speaker point, d out. adding that
Israel was established as a refuge
to any Jew who wants it.
"In keeping our promise, wa
will spen I 8650 million this year
'.<) absorb the Russian Immigrants.
Israel Bonds supply us with mon< j
\u provide Jobs, housing, educa-
tion, health ear,- and other no --
pities io ; revent us from
another Mld-Easl slun Miss Ke 1
said.
A- ;-! lei develop* a nnw ->-
ietj almost one h '-"-
million population live in ; >.-erty
:\ Btii n MLSS Kl I I I W'fi
can't allow second class citize
of fo '. and lu -atf" I
i -1 oy 'h 1 lunt 5 :: >m within,"
-he declai
Mis Ke< t, w ho called upon thi
. to invest in bonds to in-
survival oi Israel as a
inn 5 a [1 h opp irtunitj fb
all, also address d a general audi-
en e in Miami during bei isit
She ai peare I with Miss Sa'.ly
.1 -- on WPLG Ch. 10, and on a
\vq \m radio broadcast.
Is it true that the
man who invented
the sandwich had
a bi mouth?
No. He just knew good food and
was a natural matchmaker.
You can be too.
Just put your favorite
sandwich filling on any of the
August Bros, breads or
rolls. They're baked in an
imported Israeli oven.
yiji^*1**,
It's August all year 'round
Chicken of the Sea, the tuna with the Mermaid's touch. La^l
!71 '.STv*
Wouldn't you like to see your
husband reach for a second cup?
Then change to rich Yuban
for richness worth a second cup.
I did. It used to bother me when my husband kept turning down
a second cup. Because I'm too good a wife not to care about good
coffee. So I changed to Yuban. It's extra rich taste comes from
extra rich beans-like sun ripened beans from Colombia, some
of the world's richest coffee beans. That's Yuban-for richness
worth a second cup.
Yuban
The Simcha
Coffee
CERTIFIED KOSHER


Friday, September 29. 1972
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Happenings
Former Gov. Leltoy Collins,
Florida honorary chairman for
Cystk Fibroste, will he on hand
i,l greet C-F children and their
families and friends, at a gala
birthday party for C-F chil-
dp'ii \o celebrate another year
0f (he "Breath of Life" at the
Museum 6i Science ^Saturday at
] |>.m Thin will be the kick-
,.;: event for the Cystic Fihro-
s;s "Breath of Ufa" campaign,
in raise ftinda for research into
children's lung diseases Sept.
2!i through C);'t. 8.
A 6 #
A campaign for a "clean elec-
tion" in the Dade County pri-
mary runoff Oct. .1 has been
adopted as a community project
by the Greater Miami Junior
Chamber of Commerce, accord-
ing to Ken Friedman, president
of the Jayercs \> ho have con-
ducted "Got-Out-The-Vote," and
voter education drives for sev-
eral decades.
if & -fr
The Bicentennial Commission
nf Florida will hold its regular
bi-monthly meeting at 2 p.m.
Friday ;>t the Pupont Plaza Ho-
tel in Miami. IA~ Oov, Tom Ad-
bis, chairman of the commis-
sion, "ill preside at the session.
Highlighting the agenda will
he reports from I>r. Klton sriuliinner on the progress of
Miami's Interama, Bhnar Jonea
on Third Century U.S.A.. Mi-
ami's bicentennial organization.
and Pat Dodaon on the Pensa-
cola-Escambla County Action
76 proaram. Charles OaaOpeed,
State Coordinator of 'be Ameri-
can Revolution Commission will
n.....i on the work of the na-
tlonal commission.
Education Institute
At Temple Zion
Oct. 16 to Dec. 6
Temple Zion has scheduled its
1972 Adult Education Institute to
run for the 8-weck ix-riod from
Oct. '.( to Dec. (i. with Joseph
Walzer serving as committee chair-
man.
Evening classes starting Mon-
day, Oct. li>, will include "Hebrew
Reading for Beginners," with Ida
Porush as instructor, and "High-
lights oi Jewish History." Berber
Malloy, instructor, both from >*
to 9 p.m.
In addition, a Wednesday class
from 10 to 11 a.m. on "A New
Approach to the IVb'e" will be
conducted by Herzl Honor, educa-
tional director of the temple.
Cantor Errol Helfman will be
in charge of "Congregational
Sinsing and Prayer" to be held
i'":n 9 tu 10 n.m. Refreshments
''""! i served al every class
Ion,
'Nixon, Jews, Israel'
I- Town Hail Topic
Nixon, The J. us and Israi "
"ill be the tonic at The People|
N eak Town Hall Forum on Fri-'
rt.v. Oct. 6, nt 8 n.m. in the j
Washington Federal, 1234 Wash-
ington Ave.
Among panelists will be Steve
Remsen, chairman. Jewish Labor
Committee: G-orge Daitaman, ed-
ucator; Leon H. Cahan, business-1
"'"" and Chahn Rose, chairman. J

JACOB
SCHACHTER
0 THE 4f
PlAV YOUR
FAVORITE
YIDDISH MUSIC
EVERY SUNDAY AT NOON
RADIO STATION WLTO
1200 On Your Dial
Let's Promote our Pub tic Defender!
VOTERS! DO NOT BE CONFUSED.
. My opponent is not the county attorney. The
county attorney is not a candidate in this or
any other race this year.
FRANK is the only
candidate in this group
with any judicial experience.
ENDORSED by
FRANK has served
3 Years as Municipal Judge
and the last
3 !'2 Years as Public Defender
in both City and Judge
Berkman's J.P. Courts
iaror
Dade County Federation of Labor, AFL-CiO
Amer. Fedn. of State, County and Mun. Employees
Transport Workers Union, Local 291, AFL-CIO
Hotel Employees Union, Local 255, AFL-CIO
Intnl. Brotherhood of Electrical Workers
Intnl. Assn. of Machinists, Aerospace Workers
Dade County Employees, Local 1363, AFL-CIO
LAWYERS
Miami Beach Bar Association
Dade County Attorneys Voted FRANK Qualified
in Poll Conducted by Bar Association.
SR.CITIZENS
'
Dade County Council of Senior Citizens
Congress of Senior Citizens
Amer. Fedn. of Senior Citizens, M.B. Chapter
jm .. JjM Dade County Police Benevolent Association, Dade Better Govern-
L%4\\/L, men* League, Inc., Voters and Taxpayers League of Miami and
Dade County, Daily Sun-Reporter, Miami Times and M. B. Police
and Firemen Benev. Assn., Latin American Coalition of Dade,
Minister-Laymen Coters Reg. Committee of Dade, Tree of Italy
Society, Industrial and Agricultural Workers, Condominium
Owners & Co-Ops Assn., MB. Times, Pan-American Democratice
Club, etc.

BERNARD A.
COUNTY JUDGE
VOTE COUNTY-WIDE
1M.
l A.lv.
GROUP SIX
17-E


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Friday September 29
.1972
Mizrachi Women Chapters Schedule
October Meetings and Social Events
Mi/rachi Wtxm-a groups and Mrs. Donald Schrager is president
chapters have scheduled various
meetings and social activities for
the month of October, starting
with a 10 a.m. Tuesday confab of .
the Florida Council. To be held at
Mizrachi headquarters. 420 Lin-1
coin Rd.. the meeting will be gear-
ed to chapter presidents and chair-
men with Mrs. Alfred Stone.:
Council coordinator, in charge of !
the agenda.
On Tuesday evening at the First
Federal. 2750 SW 22nd St.. Sylvia
and Nathan Parnass will show a
film on their recent trip to Israel
to members of Kineret chapter.
Sinichas Torah
Dance Scheduled
New members of Beth Torah
Congregation, Miles Bunder, youth
director, and Jacob Mendelsohn.
cantor, will be the honorees at a
dance Sunday evening, Simchas
Torah night
The dance will be held in the so-
cial ha.: at 8:30 pjn., with coffee
and cake set-ups i'lded. Music
will be provided by Fred Zuker.
and a ceremony to introduce and
honor new members will be held
during the evening.
There will i> no charge for the
dance. Further details may be ob-
tained by contacting Sylvia Ziffer.
membership -.-ice president.
Candidate S/Hiet Has
Long Record of Service
Harold Hal i Spat-t, candidate
for legislature. District 101. made
new- several yean ago when he
became the youngest member of
the board of Temple Israel of Mi-
ami. He was brought up in the
Jewish tradition of living his faith,
a faith Hal believes must thor-
oughly involve today's youth or
suffer the withering other estab-
lishment': experience today.
Mr. Spa-~t ha* been campaigning
on his record, which is fil'*d with
direct govermcntal involvement
while not neglecting what Hal
believes are his religious responsi-
bilities. His service of 2 years a'
the youngest member ever on the
board of the Jewish Home for the
Aged is proof of his involvement
and responsibilities to the needs
of his elders and his community
13th Kennel Medley
At Miami Flagler
With the marathon champion-
ships drawing to a fast conclusion.
Miami's Flagler Kennel Club now
moves into its second major
stakes event of the fall racing
season the 13th annual Kennel
Medley Championship.
This $20,000 event will feature
racing over four distances an-i
each kennel will enter a team of
four dogs one for each race.
Points will be awarded based on
the order of finish in each race
and the kennel teams with the
highest point totals will advance
to the next round.
cf the group.
Hat ik van has planned an instal-
lation ceremony conducted by-
Rose Lunger for noon on Thurs-
day. Oct. 5. at Temple Beth Is-
rael. Spiritual leader of the tern-}
pie. Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro. wBTT
be guest speaker. Chapter presi-
dent is Pearl Kolko. and serving
as program chairman will be Ruth
Zellner.
Shalom will hold its regular
meeting at 1 p.m. on Tuesday.
Oct. 10 in the clubroom of 100
Lincoln Rd. The afternoon will
serve as a welcome home from Is- '
rael to Rose Ehrenreich and Rose
Lugemer. presidium members. .
Rose Shapiro is the third member j
1 cf the presidium.
Rachel Laufer Katz. president
of Miami Beach chapter, will wel- l
come members at a 1 p.m. meet-
ing on Tuesday. Oct. 10. at Wash-
ington Federal 1234 Washington
Ave.
Mrs. Simon April, president of
Aviv a chapter, will conduct a re-
gular meeting Monday. Oct. 16. at
1 p.m.. at Beth David Congrega-
tion. Program will feature "Moth-
ers-in-Israel." On Monday. Oct. 3.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Jeffries have in-
vited Aviva members to a lunch-
eon at their home, 4520 SW 2nd
St.. in honor of their marriage.
Dvorah chapter presidents.
Eeatiice Fuchs and Fannie Berg
will welcome residents of the |
i Roney Plaza at a membership tea j
'. slated for 1 p.m. on Monday. Oct.
| 16, in the apartment house card I
j room on the mezzanine. An Israeli !
film will be shown and refresh- .
nients served.
M. B. Hadassah Chapter Events
The Miami Beach Chapter of
HaaavtaJi has scheduled group
meetings for Monday, with pro-
grams featuring guest speakers
and a book review.
Kadimah members, meeting at
noon in the Singapore Hotel, will
hear a talk by Mrs. Aaron Katz.
Mrs. Aaron N'eleber will conduct
the asenda.
Morton Towers group wi].
veneat *0 a.m. at M* A*
can Savin?,-, Alton and Lin^
Rds.. with Mrs. Philip hW*? .
-id;ng. Sophie Prinwk will rwu,
"A Woman of Qua'::-\
Hannah Sen*** hincheoji me*
ing at the Algiers Hotel i, plarj~j
for noon with Mrs Barn* Ba^l
oresidinc. Givst speaker -u j!|
Mrs. SvMn Powtr
Medicine, serums, blankets and
clothing are being shipped to
the cholera-struck nation of
Dahomey in Africa by the Ma-
gen David Adorn. Israel's Red
Cross service. A small nation
with a mighty arm, Israel ex-
tends it not only in defense of
its security, but to share its
own life-saving resources and
experience with stricken na-
tions in their hour of need.
Tuesdtry Luncheon Set
By Roney Plaza ORT
The Ronev Plaza Chapter of
Women's American ORT has
scheduled an installation luncheon
Tuesday at the Algiers Hotel. Mrs.
Sonya Moskin will be in charge of
the affair slated to begin at 11:30
a.m.
Entertainment for the afternoon
will feature Maurice Shaw, violin-
ist with the Miami Beach sym-
phony, Joseph Leifer. accordionist
at the Aztec Resort Motel, and
Estelle Lash, contralto.
Maybe die
special interest
groups won't
stand for Reiseman
because Reiseman
doesn't stand for
any special
interests.
Reiseman.
He stands for
the people.
Paid tor by the Committee to keep Harvey Reiseman County Commissioner
ELECT
Phyllis
Miller
School Board
Thank you for coming eat
to vote for me in the first
primary with its confusing
ballot. I hope you will give
me your continued support
on October 3.
yMtlk.
:
2
ENDORSED BY
MIAMI NEWS
North Dad* Journal
South Dad* Newt Leader
Miami Beach Sun.Reporter
Coral Gablei Time*-Guide
Classroom Teachers Association
International Brotherhood of Electrical Worker*
Dade County Employees Local No. 133
International Association of Machinists and Aerospace W'5f
Ministers and Laymen's Committee
Hialeah Home Newt
Miami Times
Liberty Newt
Votert, Inc.
Miami Beach Times
Dade County Police Benevolent Attociation
Tenants Attociation of Florida
Dade County Federation of Labor AFL-CIO
Congreat of Senior Citiient
Dade County Council for Senior Citizen*
Democratic Club of Miami Beach
Dade County Taxpayer! League
Dade Better Government League
LEVER 9-B
COUNTY-WIDE VOTE
p Pol A*.


September 29, 1972
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I Dinner-Dance Committee To
Be Headed By Mrs. Baxter
Elaine (Mrs. Harvry) Baxter
La been appointed chairman of
te dinner-dance committee re-!
Lnsible for Hillel Community
|iv Schoc** third annual event in
l'c Eden Roe Hotel Saturday eve-
tnc Nov. 18. according to an an-
jouncement made by Irving Car-
Lr, the institution's finance vice
L'sidi-nt.
I Serving with Mrs. Baxtrr on the
[Timitlee will be Terry (Mrs.
el) Diucker. Shirley (Mrs. Herb)
.Id Alvir.a (Mrs. Lee) Duffner
rd Roche!Ic (Mrs. Marshall I
laltuch.
Mrs, Baxter, whose husband, a
forth Dado attorney, is legal ad-
ioi- for the school, recently as-
,ncd her new duties as presi-
ml of the HlUel FrA. As fund-
lising vice president last year,
-M School Of
duration Awards
wo Fellowships
r.vnlhia F. Blltt and Myrna San-
Pl Flstel have been awarded i
lou'ships in the six-cial ednea-1
n program in the School of Fdu-
inn at the University of Miami. I
Miss Blitt. the daughter of Mr. |
I i Mrs. Isidore Ira Blitt. 1777 i
|.V 12th St.. has taught Sunday ''
rhool at Temple Beth Tov for
Bur years. She has a Bachelor of I
Iducation degree from the Uni-
ersity of Miami and is currently
forking toward a Master's degree
Education with emphasis on
duration of the deaf.
Mrs. Fistel, who also has a B.Ed,
rom the University of Miami, is
substitute teacher in Dade
County. She and her husband.
kalph, who is a'so a tea -her, re-
lirie .it S110 SW 16th St. with their
pve children, Naomi. Jeffrey.
tharles, Samuel and Benjamin.
The special education program
designed to train students to
ret the needs of children mani-
festing handicapping conditions.
emphasizing early detection, in-
tervention and prevention of learn-
|ng problems.
In addition to classroom work.
teachers are given practical expert-
fence in local ngencics. Pade Coun-
y public schools, U-M reading and
testing clinics and the university's
Mailman Center for Child Devel-
opment.
[Tornillo Pledges
To Lead Battle
[For Sehool Help
Pat Tornillo, candidate for State
[Representative, D:striet 103. has
won endorsement from the Dade
I County Federation of Labor. OFL-
JCIO, and from the Dade County
I Classroom Teachers Association.
He is running on a platform of
"I fought for you in Dade. I will
fighl for you in Tallahassee."
Mr. Tornillo points out that the
State gives every county $800,000
'o build an elementary school. But,
he notes, it costs S500.O30 to build
a rehool in Levy County and $1.5
I million in Dad;'.
"The difference comes out of
your pocket. I will fight to make
thi state stop shortchanging Dadi 's
children," Mr. Torillo asserts. He;
Mys local property taxes alone
''an no longer continue to sup-
Port public schools. Dado musl
-'I its fair share of money for
education."
she was responsible for a number
of projects through which audio-
visual and physical education
equipment were obtained.
Mrs. Baxter,' who holds a bach-
elor's degree in Liberal Arts, is a
board member of Beth ToraVs
Mollie Kahaner S:sterhood and
represents Hillel at the Women's
Division of Greater Miami Fed 'ra-
tion. She a'so h >1 Is memberships
in the National Council of Jewish
Women and Women's American
ORT.
The ga'a din^e'-dance in the
hotel's Cotillion Roo-n, which wi'l
include music for dancing by Bert
Sheldon and his orchestra, will b>-
nreceded by a co-ktail reception in
the Regency R'om. Information
and reservations are available
through Mrs. Baxter.
Pioneer Wonien
Plan Meetings
Homer Woman chapters have
"lanned "-egular meetings for mem-
ber- during the early part of
October.
Hi-Rise Tikvnh chapter will hold
a regular meeting Tuesday at
12:3*0 p.m. in the card room at
1203 West Ave. Guest speaker will
bo Samuel Pa'coe.
thai chapter will meet Thursday.
Oct. 5. at '. p.m. at the Washington \
Federal. 12'!4 Washington Ave.
The first mee'ing of the season
'or Club 1. wi'l be held Thursday
Ort. 5 at 1 p.m at the Washing-
ton Federal, 1234 Washington
Vve.
Clul) 2 v.-ill hold a rejni'ar "ieet-
ng Thursday, Ort 5. a: p.m. at
he Financial Federal, 755 Wash-
ington Ave.
The group has slated its in 'ation luncheon Wednesday, Oct.
11, at noon, in the Alg:e-s Hotel.
Tnstal'ing off'rrr will he Miriam
Gingold. Bertha Licbman will [ire-
side.
I FOUGHT FOR YOU IN DADE -
I WILL FIGHT FOR YOU IN TALLAHASSEE
LEO HOHAUSER
PLUMBING
CONTRACTING REPAIR'NG
Serving Dade County Over 25 Veors
M S.W. 14th St. Hi 6-9904
MEYER BRILLIANT
COUNTY JUDGE
* Endorsed By *
MAYOR CHUCK HALL
MAYOR DAVID KENNEDY
CONGRESS OF SENIOR CITIZENS
pd. pol. adv.
Pat
Tornillo
(Dem.)
I will fight for legislation
that will guarantee:
* that condominium owners
will control their own
recreational and
public facilities;
that interest earned
en security deposits
is returned directly
to tenants with no
strings attached to it.
FOR STATE REP. DIST. 103
Endorsed by the Political Action Committee of the Dade County
Council for Senior Citizens.
Pd. Pol. Adv.
*- -
A little out of the ay.
A lot out of the ordinary.
Point II at Point of Americas isn't the easiest place in the
world to get to. Unless you're coming by boat: in which case,
iust look for the most outstanding, closest-to-the-sea landmark on
the Fort Lauderdale skyline right where Port Everglades inlet
meets the sea.
Which is one of the things that make Point II an extra-ordinary
place to live. All that ocean. A private beach of your own to enjoy
it from. A balcony big enough to let you dine overlooking the
water. And a huge pool -- also overlooking the water.
Inside, nothing is missed. Two-bed room apartments with marble baths
and countless luxury features. Every room is extraordinarily large
and architecturally unique. Kitchens that put pleasure back into
cooking with the latest electronic appliances. And the privacy and
comfort'of sound-conditioned masonry construction and a complete
manned/electronic security system. It all adds up to greater value
for your money. Point II was built more than a year ago, when con-
struction costs were significantly lower. Today, we'd have to charge
more for the same luxury and you'd have to wait a long time to
So^ven if you have to go a little out of your way to find Point II,
you'll find that vve went out of our way to give plenty of reasons
to stay.
Condominium models open daily at 2200
South Ocean Lane, Fort Lauderdale. Drive
East to the end of the 17th Street Cause-
way, turn right and go as far as you can.
Point
at or
an
AT POINT OF AMERICAS
ItTs as far as you can go.
Built and developed by General Listed American Stock Exchange


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+Jenist tttjfk&MI
Friday September
&
Bar Mitzvah
MA1RV WITKOFK
Tho morning worship ser\ices
at Temple Judca Saturday. Sept.
30, will Include tho Bar Mitzvah
of Maury Louis,
the son of Dr.
and Mrs. Fred
\V i t k o f f and
and grandson of j
Mrs. A.- Letffic!
of Miami.
The celebrant.
a graduate of
T"Tr.;.'.e .7ud'a
Religious School,
attends Ponce
de Leon Junior
Hi^h School.
M here he is in
the eighth grade.
Following the services a lunch-
eon in Maury's honor will be held
iit the temple. Among the out-of-
town L'ue-is will be Dr. Sam Le-
vine of State College, Pa.: Mr. and
Mrs. Phil Brinen and family of |
Tampa, and Nathan Brn Star. Mr. \
and Mrs. Howard Star. Mr. and
Mrs Jack Kimmel and Mr. and
Mrs. Harry de Picdoto, all of
New York City.
Luncheon Funds
Earmarked For
Variety Hospital
Proceeds from the Oct. 16
luncheon sponsored by the Su-1
burhan I.oague at the Miami ;
Beach Playboy Hotel will go to.
the oncology fund earmarked for ;
Variety Children's Hospital ac- j
cording to Mrs. Jay Mitchell, Ix?a-
gue president. The affair is slated '
to start at 11:30 a.m.
Highlight of the afternoon will
be a fashion show presented DJ
Jordan Marsh for the expected 800
guests, Also on the agenda will be
the presentation of a check in ex-
cess of $26,000 to Jules Hinkes, I
new executive director of Variety
Children's Hospital by Mrs. Mit- !
chell.
Chairmen for the function are ,
Mrs. Jack Herskowitz and Mrs. j
1-eonard Bendell.
United Bancshares
Acquires Property
On Brickell Avenue
United Bancshares of Flovda.
Inc., has acquired the 6 "2-acre
property at 881 Brickell Ave. oc-
cupied by its member bank, United
National of Miami, under a 99-
year leasehold and Outright pur-'
chase oi the adjacent parcel atj
the corner 'if SE nth Street and
Brick.11 Avmue.
United National's move from
Biscayne Blvd. to it^ Brickell Ave.,
location in February, 1971, wasl
considered a temporary one. R -
cently, federal authorities ap-i
proved the site as a permanent
home for the second oldest mem-
ber of the United Banking Group.!
The site Is at the very beginning
ol Miami's new and rapidly de- j
veloping commercial and finan-
cial sector along Brickell Ave. |
According to Frank Smathers, Jr.,
chairman and president of the
board of United Bancshares, his
group is reviewing and discussing
the property's development possi-
bilities with several companies.
"The location i^ suitable for
major development in the Brick-
ell Ave. area." said Mr. Smathers.
"not only as a oemmercial eom-l
1>I< x, but also as a residential com- j
munity or a convention site since1
it allows i as- a s, through two!
main traffic arteries."
United Bancshares is the prin-
cipal owrx-r of the M:nmi IVi~'<
First National Bank Coral Ruble1
First National UnitH National
of Dadeland, United National of
Weatland, and Security Rxehanv
Bank in Weal I'ahn Beach. At th
irires'-nt tirr"\ the mm|f"-" i' '
awaiting word from the Federal
Reserve Boa-d i>orla;nip to 8 |
proposed m-rger with the -"-ba"'-
First Florida Bancorporatisn of
Tampa.
AUTO LEASING, inc
ANNOUNCES ITS
'NEW LOCATION'
SALE
* 300 1970, 71 and 72 One Driver Leased and Rental Vehicles
* All Makes and Models
* Some of the 1972 s Have Less Than 1,000 Actual Miles
* Most Still Have the Balance of Factory Warranty
* Bank Financing Available Trade-Ins Accepted
* OPEN SUNDAY 10:00-5:00 P.M.
CHECK THESE PRICES
72 IMP ALAS 2 and 4 Doors 100 to choose
from. Choice of Colors. All have Auto-
Trans., P.S., P.B., Fact. Air, Radio, W.W.
Tires. Most have less than 1,000 actual
miles.
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Stereo Radio, Tilt Wheel.
MUST SELL
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20 to choose from. Choice of Colors. Most
are eouipped with P. Windows, P. Seats,
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___Priced from S3895
69 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE. S to Choose
from. Choice of Colors, Full Power in-
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Priced from SI 895
71 CHEV. IMPALAS 2 AND 4 DOORS.
50 To Choose from. Choice of Colors. All
have Auto. Trans., P.S., P.B., Radio, Fac-
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________ $2495
70 CONT. 4 DR. Yellow, Black Vinyl all
leather interior. Full power, including P.
Windows, P. Seats, AM-FM Stereo Radio,
Tilt Wheel.
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70 CHEV. KINGWOOD 9 PASS. Blue,
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71 CHEV. WAGON 9 FASSENOEK -I
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70 BUICK SKYLARK CONV. 3 to Cn
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SACRIFICE
$2325
71 LEMANS 2 DR. H.T. Dark Blue Au*1
Trans., P.S., P.B., Factory Air, Radio, Wl|
Tires.
'67 CHRYSLER 4 DR. Auto, Fact. Air, P.S.,
P.B. Trade-In on new lease.
$287$
$995
71 FORD WAGON 10 PASSENGER
COUNTRY SEDAN. Light Green. Auto
Trans., P.S., P.B., Factory Airconditioning,
Luggage Rack.
SACRIFICE
70 BUICK RIVIERA-5 To choose from.
Choice of Colors, Most are equipped with
P. Windows, P. Seats, AM-FM Stereo
Radio.
Priced from $2995
72 BUICK SKYLARKS 10 to choose
from. Choice of Colors. All have Auto.
Trans., P.S., P.B., Factory Air, Radio,
W.W. Tires.
Priced from $3350
72 CUTLASS-10 to Choose from. Choice
of Colors. All have Auto Trans., P.S., P.B.
Factory Air, Radio, W.W. Tires.
Priced From $3350
70 CAPRICE 2 DR. SKY BLUE White Vinyl
Top, Blue Matching interior. Auto Trans.,
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Line.
$2375
69 BUICK RIVIERA. MAROON. SMI
Vinyl Top. Fully equipped including r.|
Windows, P. Seats, AM-FM Stereo Ridio|
Tilt and Telescopic wheel.
$2195
70 CHEV. IMPALAS 2 AND 4 DOOttl
25 to Choose from. Choice of Colot All
have Auto Trans., P.S., P.B., Radio f*|
tory Air Cond., W.W. Tires.
Priced From $19951
72 CHEVROLET MONTE CARLO 15 to
choose from. Choice of colors. All have
auto. Trans., power steerinq, power
brakes, radio, whitewall tires, Factory Air
71 CONT. 4 DOOR Ermine While, White
padded top. White all leather in' Full
power including P. Windows, P Sert.
Tilt Wheel, AM-FM Stereo Radio.
$3750
SACRIFICE
70 MERCURY MARAUDER X-108 Red,
white padded top, white all vinvl bucket
seat interior, fully equipped including P.
Windows, P. Seats, AM-FM stereo radio,
Tilt wheel, Cruise Control Factory Air.
$2795
71 CHEVROLET MALIBU Custom Coupe,
2 and 4 door, 15 to choose from. Choice
of colors. All have automatic transmis-
sion, power steering, power brakes, radio,
whitewall tires, FACTORY AIR.
71 LINCOLN 4-DR SEDAN Ermine white,
white padded top, white all leather int.
fully equipped with P. Windows, P. Seats,
AM-FM stereo radio, tilt wheel. Factory
Air. Financing
$2750
$5095
70 CADDY BROUGHAM DARK 3LUE.
Dark Blue Padded Top. Dark Blue All
Vinyl Int. Fully equipped including PW.,
P. Seats, AM-FM Stereo Radio. Dui Com-1
fort seats.
SAVE
70 MERCURY MONTERY 4 dr. mi'*"
black all vinyl int. auto trans., P. JJ*
ing, P. Brakes, Radio, w.w. tires. F*CT
AIR. FINANCING
$2395
CARS AVAILABLE AT ALL THREE LOCATIONS
WEATHER YOU DESIRE TO BUY, RENT OR LEASE SEE
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1600 N.E. 163rd St.
1790 N.W. LEJEUNE ROAD
871-3293
1545 Alton Road. Miami
532-5421
BsacM
j


ay, Sptem-!>er 29, 1972
+JewisJh thrSdlii^n
Page 9-B
Mrs. Baskin Gets Backing For Judge Jacobs Pressing Drive For Judge
la |< Buskin, candidate for
t, c .i> Circuit Court Juduc.
[,., iliis week received en-
- from William C. Mar-
ine Warren Wrpman. farmer
ji,:.i-. in her race.
Baskin thanked both of
|fo:'"'i' opponents who ran
I i.-'- during the first
primary, for asking their sup-
porters to vote for her.
A member of a pioneer family
in the Greater Miami Jewish com-
munity, Mrs, Daskin has extensive
legal cxiKi icvnfce an** long record
of community service. ""*
Fust president of Kappa Beta
Hi women's legal fraternity, she is
a member of the National Assocla-
I tion of Women Lawyers, Florida
j Ciiminal Defense Attorneys Asso-
elation and the Florida Appellate
I Court Jules sub-committee. She
Usso-Ls*"!i meurtMl **fc fha*Florida.
! bade and American Bar associa-
tions-.
Endorsed by the Miami Herald, j aid Gerstein and advanced to the
former assistant state attorney
Richard Jacobs this week further
intensified his campaign for Dade
County Circuit Court Judge, op-
posing incumbent Rhea Pincus
Grossman. t
Mr. Jacobs, who served nine
y >ars under State Attorney Rich-
position of chief of the major
crimes division, stressed his rec-
ord in that office.
-
He prosecuted mor than l.OOfJ
cases; winning convictions in morl
than 90': ol them, according to
his supporters.
RICHARD JACOBS ASKS...
HowAboutAJudgeWho
Rules For ThePeopIe
For A Change?]
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The Miami News
14-A
7lh Yen, No, SI
Tniirs., Aug. !. I71
In
our opinion:
An appeal in order
Circuit Court Judge Rhoa
Grossman's order permicinR Ihe
construction of an apartment
house within strolling distance
nl Miami International Airport
runway ohviou>ly runs counter.
to the public interest.
In changing the zoning on
the property from commercial to
residential. Judge Gi
pointed out that contiguous
property underwent a fumUr
zoning change in 1%* and 1969.
Tl.c implication was that This
constituted legal grounds for tv*
zoning the additional parcel.
The judge maybe technical!/
right, but it seems to us that the
City Commission must certainly
appeal this decision. Apart from
the obvious hazard nosed by a
building within 2.500 feet of the
runway, the original re-zoning
cited by Judge Grossman in-
volved a ca>e of political plan-
ning.
The City Planning Depart-
ment opposed the changes of
lDttHand 1969 when it became
apparent that something would
have to be done about private
property in the flight paths near
Ihe runways. The professional
planners were overruled at that
time by the commission.
Now, a study is being com-
pleted which will almost surely
result in plans for the public lo
acquire the dangerously situated
property for the safctv of every-
one concerned. But if the owners
in this ca-.e construct a building
on the basis of the court's order,
the public will pay through (he
nose for the property's untimely
appreciation in value.
Ural Gables
Times
. Upward! of SI Wilton of pubUcfundi tn
Kin): divi-iicd ui Loi Anitrir- i" condemn
tome 6S.IHHI pieces "1 properly and homes
imund thai Cily'l lHI|C Inlerrulional Auporl
bectuie ui j pubiii- outcry.
IN DADE County, circuit Judge Shei
Oiiiinn ontendi lhr li no publie nwnii *
andixua n order.pprovinjconMrudkx
,,n partnwnl compleit new ihe
Miami IntenuUoiwI Airport renwaj
. (,,,sinan,< reliance on lejal pre
cedenl i- hardlv |usllficalkm foi ihe hazards
mi, h a development pose*, and Ihe ultimate
discomfort tenants foolnh enough to live
there would suffer.
The (al is in the fire .ludpe Grossman!
decision in hehalf of a land speculator and
igan -i Ihe public must tx- appt i '
end ,'i a
WPLG-TV
eDiTonaL
OHOadcas' hoov miam rioniOAiior taasiarMtJl
APPEAL THE AIRPORT APARTMENT RULING
Circuil Couft Judge Rhoa Grossman's dfic-
sion to allow B throe-stoiy apartment complex
to be bui't .it the edge of a Miami Interna-
tional Airport runway is unbelievable.
Such a structure, located only ?.500 leet
from the end nf one ol the airport's busiest
. i, .-.outd be an obvious safely huard
In addition, thi' noise from low-tlying air-
jld surely make living conditions In
the apartment building unbearable
Ifng fl Miami City Commission den-'
ston Judge Gio n h -aid the < Ity ha I r u I-
td similar requests "' 19*>8 and 1909. There-
C 201
fo'e. she ruled that the city was being
"unreasonable and arbitrary" m denying a
zoning change m this case.
Apparently. Judge Grossman thinks that
upholding legal prrredent 'S more important
man protecting peopl*- s lives. We don't
Miami Mayor David Kennedy and the rest
ol the City Commission cannot in all good
consoeru e fail 10 appeal Ihts rase Hopefully.
a more enlightened judgr will rule ihat it is
not unreasonable and arbitrary 'or the City of
Miami lo take action which could prevent a
major airline tragedy.
YOU HAVE A CHOICE:
You can elect the dynamic young prosecutor who won
convictions in more than 90% of the 1,000 criminal
cases he handled as an assistant Dade State Attorney
You can trust him!
ELECT RICHARD
DADE COUNTY
CIRCUIT
JUDGE


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Xjpwfafi fkrkilar
Friday September 29


Hold Your Peace Heads
Roster For Colder 'Cap
UMt NOTKE
LEGAL NOTKE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 7?-*?44
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
I- PK Estate of
Mrs. Maribel Blum's ranking
three-year-old Hold Your Peao*
heads a roster of 2" nominees to
Saturday's SIO.OTO added Autumn AtTWR^MAlXSTEH
Handicap at Ca'.der Race Course. NOTICI to creditors
The weekend feature is for three- To ah Creditors and av Persona Har-
year-olds and older at 1 and l-16th iE1f,aMms or D*man,l!' Again*. BaM
miles and capa the 10-race pro- \ou are herehv notified a-* reou ''ram. *^ Tn present any claims and demands
which you mav nave aeanst the es-
d .,. A-;,;r, m,i, ., n '* AI.TKR MAINSTER deceased
Raone fans droin? their o.\n ,ate f Dma Com,,v. n^,,,, ,h.
vehicles to CaldT Race Course a-? County Jud^e- f bade Coonty, and
rem.r.ded that Count y Line Rotd. JJj*.-J-ta ^^ajSfsJK:
the new connecting link b?teen (n th^ir offices in the Count)
Hi'hwav 441 and Northwest 27th Courthouse in Hade County, Florida
._____i,; ; within six calendar months from the
Avenue is now open makin-r it tjmf. n{ th fi_t ,,uMira,inn nereof.
much easier to reach CaH'*r Rice or the same win be barred.
Course from Interstate 1-95 and
other points, north so'ith, and
oast of the North Miami track.
LEGAL NOTKE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR 1ADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-4571
In RE: Estate of
CHARLES ORKIN.
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credltcrs and All Persons Hav-
Dated a; Miami. Florida, this T
day of September, AD. 1972
/s/Mt'RRAT D MAINSTER
/s, ROSI.TN KOERNER
As Executors
First publication of this notice on i
the lit!) day of September, 1972.
PHILIP P.LOOM. ESQ.
1121 City National Bank Blag.
25 West Flarler Street
Miami. Florida 33130
VIS-??-:* ! NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of HOME INSPECTION CONSl'L-
ng Claims or Demands Against Said TANTS OF SOfTH FLORIDA at
Estate: I North Miami Beach. Fla. Intends to ;
You are hereby notified and requir- register said name with the Clerk of
ed to present any claims and demands ] the Circuit Court of Dade County,
which you may have against the es- | Florida
tate of CHARLES ORKIN. deceased
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same In duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.16. Florida Stat-
utes. In their offices In the County
Courthouse In Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 7th
day of September, AD. 1972.
RACHEL L. ORKIN
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 15th day of Sept. 1972.
SNYDER. YOUNG & STERN
Attorneys for
Rachel L. Orkln. Executrix
179 NE. 164th St..
No. Miami Beach. Fla 33160
9/15-22-29 If'6
THEODORE SIOMAN
9'l.r>-32-29 10/6
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-4220
In RE: Estate of
WILLIAM H. PERLSTETN
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 demands
which you may have against the esiate
of WILLIAM H. PERL8TE1N deceas-
ed late of Dade County. Florida, tn
the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and ns
provided in Section 733.16. Florida
si:,tin..., In their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County. Flo-
rida, within six calendar months from
the lime of the first publication here.
-f. or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 28th
lay of August. A D. 197'
ALICE PER',TF.rN
As Executrix
First publication of this nci^e op
he ISth dav of September. 1972.
HENRY NORTON
\ttnrney for Fveontrlx
'416 Blscavne Building
Miami, Florida 3'IHn
9/ir, 22-29 10/fi
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME L AW
NOTICE IS HFHF.BV OTVW5X that
Ihe undersigned, deslrine- to engaee In
Itlislncss under the flofltloow nnroe cf
rMPl'OVFMe-VT rtOOKS CfiMP,vV
it IS4M nl.W 4".th Avemie. O-.-i-
Ixicka. Fla. Intends to register saM
name with the Clerk of II.e Circuit
onrl of I !,.!. C...it'- T.'lorlda
GREENLAND STI'DIOS INC inn-*,
By. Mar.ucl Greenland. nreMenl
878-16-22-29
IN THE COIINTV .ninOE'S COURT
IN ANO FOR
DADE COUNTY. F' ORIDA
IN PROi-aTE
No PK->?
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO mikc
APPLICATION FOR nUToiaiiTION
ANO FNAL DISCHARGE
N RE: E< '-<
i I I ">| i; c BREWER
I reees -'I
NOTICE la hereby -riven Mal ..
have filed Final Reootl and Petition
for Distribution and Final Dlsel
IGUtOrfl of 111.- estate of YV A I -
POLE C BREWER, deceased: and
ihal on the 24 day of October, l7t,
.ill apply to the Honorable Count!
Judges of Dade County, Florida, for
ipproval of said Final Itenort arid f'T
distribution and final dlecharye "
Qsecutora of the eatata of the shove-
namad decedent. Tni.s 14 day of Bep-
.MilM-r. It72,
AI'HIIKV L. TAI Rl'RT
ANTON E KTIBICKI
IBRBBRT /. MARVIN
attorney
i .arson AND M IRVTN
"77 N.W 72 Ave., Miami, Fla. 13126
hour- 261 -
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name '
of DAVID LYNN'S COFFEE BREAK
SERVICE at 816 N.W. 11th Street,
Miami. Fla. intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
CATERING BY DAVID LYNN. INC.
By: David Lynn, President
Attest: Kathyn Lynn, Secretary
WILLIAM J. OOLDWORN
* ASSOCIATES
Attorneys for
Catering by David Lynn. Inc.
18*10 Coral Way, Miami 33143
9/1J-22-29 10/6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
i the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MORTON N. SCHWARTZMAN. M.D.
at 55B Blltmore Way. Coral Gables.
Fla. intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida,
MORTON N. SCHWARTZMAN. M.D..
AND ASSOCIATES PA.
Sparber, Zemel. Roskin &
Heilbronner P.A.
Attorneys for applicants
1"a N. B'scayne Boulevard
Miami. Fla.
_______________________ 9/lo-22-29 10/6
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN" that
by virtue of Chapter C78 Florida Stat-
utes Annotated (1941 Warehouseman
and Warehouse Receipts wherein AB-
BOT MOVING & STORAGE CO. a
Florida corporation i> virtue of its
warehouse Hen has in Its poaaeaaion
the following described property.
I'sed Household goods as the property
of R. BROWN, whose last known ad-
drama wa- 7248 i.uke st Jacksonville.
Fla. and that on the 2<>th day of ,
October, 1972 during the legal hours
Of wale mainly between 11:00 fur.-:.....n
and 2: '.'I'll Avenue Miami. Florida the un- j
denrijpied shall offer for sale to the
highest bidder for Cash in hand the
above described property of b.
1:1:1 WN.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 29th
day of September, l*8.
: It in :
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANO FOR
DADE COUNTY. FI.OR.DA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2R78
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
'n RE: Estate nf
RC'TH <: I.A BRAN
Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
Ins claim.- or Demands Agalnsl Said
ite;
Fou are l.....bj notlf '] and r.--
quired to presenl any claims and de-
rn.rii'l> which vou oviy have 1....."-1
tati of imtii 1: I a BRAN de-
ne nf 1 lade 1 'ountj Flot
10 the County Ju Iges of D ntj
and file it S same In dun nd as
unn Ided In Si ctlon 733 16, Fli 1
Btatutea, In Ihe'- offices In the I "i un
rv Cou-'ihuus.- in l>:oi.- Coumiv, Flor-
ida, within la calendar months from'
: the time or the fir-i pubiii 11
hereof, Ihi nme v 111 t-- barred
Dated at Miami, Florida, thla ir.
day uf Sepl All 1872
JEAN Gl'SKY
A: Adnv'iisi ran ix
C T. A
Plrsl publication of tins notice on
the -'.' day of Sepl 1972
TAIJANOFF .* RADEH
Attorney for Administratrix C.T a
42" Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
29 1C '6-1:1
IN THE COUNTV JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBSTE
No. 72-4772
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Batata of
CHARI ES J STl'ART
Dec.
TO AD Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Es'ate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any < in'ni- and de-
mands Which you mar have against
the esiate of CHARLES J STUART.
deceased late of Dade County. Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
Coui '>'. atid file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided in Section 733.-
lfi. Florida Statutes In Ihe County
Courthouse in Dade Coin ty. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 19
dav ..f September. AD. 1972.
DOROTHY STIAI'.T
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
:h.- J'.' da) of September, 1972.
FROMBERO, FROM BERG A ROTH,
P.A.
P.V l.YVN W. FROMBERO
Attorney f.,r Batata of
CHARI.ES J. STl'ART
M-102 Blacayne Bldg.
Miami. Florida
9 29 in 6-13-20
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-3680
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE Estate of
HARRY BIENSTOCK.
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate.
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which vou may have against the es-
tate of HARRY BIENSTOCK de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida, to
the County Judges of Dade County.
and file the same In duplicate and as
provided In Section 733.16. Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse In Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this Sth
day of September, A.D. 197.'
DOROTHY BAYER
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 29 day of September, 1972.
8PARBER. ZEMEL. ROSKIN AND
HEILBRONNER. P.A.
Attorneys for Executrix
io North Blacayne Blvd.
9 K 1 6-13-2H
Obituaries
Services Held Wednesday
For Mrs. Clara Young, 78
Services were he!d in the River-
side Chape! Wedne-sdav for M'-.
Clara Young. 78. of 1025 NE 125th
St.. North Miami, wiio died Mon-
lay after a brief illn-ss. M'<.
Young and her husband, Morris,
came to Miami in 1940 from Phila-
delphia. Pa., where he had been in
the wholesale meat business.
In addition to her husband. Mrs
Young is survived bv sons Herbrt
of Chicago. Jack of Coral Gables,
and Burton of North Miami Beach;
one daughter. Mrs. Shirley Zaret
"f Miami: two sisters. Mrs. Daniel
Lifter of Miami and Mrs. Murrav
Werner of Philadelphia, and 11
grarHrhildren and three great-
grandchildren.
LEITMAN. Max. 7. of MM BW l'th
St Gordon.
POLSKY. Leah. S", of 1611 Lenox Ave.
Riverside.
Ri-IK'N PHiHp. 67. of 2025 NE l4th
St. Blasberg.
SErtElSKY. Rose. 68. of 3750 Royal
Palm Ave. Blasberg.
ZIFF. Albert. 93. of 9499 Collins Ave.
Riverside.
COHEN. Ruth, 72. of Miami Beach.
Riverside.
FINKELSTEIN. Helen. 71, of 41
Ocean Dr. Gordon.
LIPSCHITZ, Minnie. 70. of 910 Col-
lins Ave. Gordon
NETTEL. LeopolUine. 78, of 1501 NE
191st St. Levitt.
NEWSTADT, Rose S. of N. Miami
Beach. Riverside.
STERN, Jack J.. 65. of Bal Harbour.
Riverside.
STRAWGATE, Moe, 77. of N. Bay
Village. Riverside.
FEINS, I>oule. 72. of 1416 Michigan
Ave. Newman.
BERGMANN. Alfred. 63. of Miami.
109th St. Levitt.
BERMAN. Norman. It, of 150" NE
Riverside.
DELIN, Ethel. 67, of Roney Plaza
Apts. Levitt.
FRANKLIN, Jennie. 88. of Bay Har-
bor Island. Riverside.
miller, Hilda. 61, of N. Miami Beach
Riverside.
GLAUBER. Samuel. ... .. -
t>r RlTerside
KAYE, J-
Blasberr *r r"
LACHER. Louil
Ave Blasberg
LEVIN. Mori
Ave. Blasberg
SADO. Harr>-, :: :.h ,.
New mar
GINSBURG. Samuel. : IH*gw,,J
St Cordon Inten
glass. Dr. en.,,,, M
Sarrd ''
KAHN. Hanna, :i Ml Met |u i. I
MB. Rlveraid< Inti I
8AMI- Joseph M I
Ave.. M B New m,,
of N ME
N-l,
*> Alt ,
J< Ml X*,
ZIEFERT. Iuis s : : N" \| r
Riverside.
ADELMAN. i;..: I..-. \, n
Riverside.
BERKOWITZ. Morris,
Riverside. Interment Ml
FRANKEL. Hollie, 77
M.B, Newman Int
GALINSKY. Arthur. 71 100 ffM|j
ton Ave II B Newn u *
SCHEINBERG. Bather, M i:i .\e
,r.2nd St. Cordon.
BORRIS. Darid .7". IJ(K rV'ertin
M.B. Rivers! I<
fisher. Herman, of Pt, Lauaenuv I
Levitt.
LATNER. Fay. 74. 1430 Peni
Ave M.B. Riverside
nerenberg. Sarah, 7- 831 Menu
ian Ave.. M.B. Riverside
SHANE. Edith Ray. 81, ol Miami.
Riverside, interment M;. .Sinai
Blasberg.
GEL B
MONUMENTS INC.
Ooft f.cry Dor Cloid Sobbr"
140 SW 57tS Ave. Mo 1-85
Mm- i Only Strictly lunih
Monument Oco'rt
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
PEDIATRIC ASSOCIATES. P.A. at
7001 g.W. 87th Avenue. Miami. Fla.
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
DRS. STEMERMAN. BROWN AND
I-AZARCS
PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION
Sparber. Zemel, Roskin &
Heilbronner P.A.
Attorneys for applicants
100 N. Biscayne Boulevard
Miami. Fla.
9/15-22-29 10 6
Palmer9s
Miami Moawmeaf Ceataaay
327* S.W. Sth Street, Miami
444-0921 4444922
Open Sunday thru Friday
Personalized Memorial! Custom
Crafted la Our Own Workihoa.
JleviU
JHemoridl C/iapel
'jcwish ruNiPAi Dicro5"
10CAL ANO OUT OF STATf
ARRANGEMENTS
947-2790
1338S VV. DIXIE MWY N M.
EMANUEL GORDON-1946
HARRY GORDON-1964
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBRKBT OIYBN that
ihe undersjjpied, desiring to i
i bualneao under tin flctlclona name
if el MONSBKOR a) SSI N
street. Miami. Fla li
i n.ime vrtth the ^erl( nf the
Clroull ''ourt of Datle County, i
JOBE OAMALLO
9 22-31 M (-13
NOTICE UNDER KICTlilOUS
NAME LAW
IS jarOTICE IS rTEREBY GIVEN that
>. the undersjjrned, desiring i<, ena;aa;e
in business und..... -i- name |
of MA ISO N M MM: X) iVIAS Bl
W KlaEl.-r Btreet, .Miami Intends t<,
refjiater sa : the Clrcull Court of Dade County,
Florida.
MESON MARIE N >VIAS, l.M .
A I'l.i C
Sidney Bfroi
Attorney for Apptlcanl
112 Alnalei Building, I
2/22-2S lo 6-13


September 29. 1972
*Jewisti Fhridffor
Page 11-B
LEGAL NOTrCI
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
snE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-4449
. ARTHUR W. PRIMM
LoTICE TO CREDITORS

I A X
.ml All Persons II:IV.
,, ,- | i hum Said
. iij -i iiifli .1 and re-
Ills :illil u m ij haj nunlndl
m i -.:i;-t tsoi.DMAN
i,i i .i.i, i 'ounty. I"! i Ida,
.iii'iu......' Dude Count).
...I,,, in .in!!-; i.- nnd at
<.. Uoii 739 16, KI'TiiLi
. ..in,,.- in ill.- Cnun-
I Mil,- I'liuniy. I'll.I'-
ii ndnr month* from
ih' firm publication here-
inn lll lie barred.
Mliimi, Florida, tIiih 31
kta-ii-' A.|i. 1972,
PRM.XX K ni l.l>\l.IN
kVPKI.I. E. DECHTBH
[ I.i.si: M flOIJ>MAN
\. r..-Executors
imMiriiilon of this notlM "ii
li i.i September! ln72.
Joseph Schmler
|Ati<>rney for Batata
Lincoln Road
Miami Reach, Flu. 82I88
9/8-I3-22-29
LEGAL NOTICE
IN


THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-3795
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RK: Bstnti nl
ANNA ALTSUI.EH
I lei lined
Ti> All >..III.,is mill All Person* Hnv-
inn Claim* oi i >*maim> a. s. ,;l
Vnu are liereb) noilfli .1 .mil r<.m:i. I
in nrcHonl an) eta mt ... .1 demand*
which you ma) have nicainal ihi -
late ..r anna \i tsi'i i:i: de. ,-..,
late of Dnde County, Florida, to tin
Count) Judge* ..f Dnde Conmy, and
file ill* name in duplicate nnd . LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 72-1.3863
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
[| II' The Marriage i if:
EDWARD A HOO\ RU. Husband
ill il sil EltKV MARIE in p. i\ i:i:
nil.
i ill,..I
Ul.s. in 111
Courthouse
within six
lime of tin
or the aame
Dated al
day
,16.
Florida Stat-
rir offlcea in tin- County
in Hade County. Florida,
alemlar months from tin
1 first publication he.....I
will be barred
Miami, Florida, ibis 2nd
nf August. All. 1972.
GERTRUDE A. BERNSTEIN
As Executrix
First publication of thi-
tlw 22 day nf September
BARNEY BERN8TE1N
Attorney for Executrix
IM si:. 2nd Avenue, Mlnjn
' IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-1777
FRANK B. DOWLING
111 RK: Estate nf
HERMIXTA JOSEFINA CERUI I \
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
1'' All Crcdiloi nil ah p, ,......|
^ 'U are liereb) notified and r. i Route v.. I
to pn-scni iiny claims and dematida Ron 5tl!i
^ffis*.......-. .-^^yi^v^.^;:^.:-1-
",""1 ""l 'I'' Ihe name .....mill, He arc liereb) required to serve a ivpv
"""tn P^vlded In Section 7:1.1.10. Flo. ol youi answer ... othet pleading to
"tntuiea. ii..... r offices In iln Ihi Petition on thi Husbands m-
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
'the MARRIAGE I I'
VIARCIA i: tiOXJCAI.EZ del VAT.I.B
ii ml
nolle
l78
on
Fin
f. 22-29 In li-in
COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
liND FOR DADE COUNTY,
Ilorida in probate
No. 72-42S4
bl'ln-Nl'i'ltF
hTICE TO CREDITOeTS
J.-iUini.' ami All Pcraons Bav.
pi Demands Against Said
hereby notified and r.quir-
-,-ui any claim* and demand*
i ii have against the ea-
INN KUDDENDORF il.-iin-.il
fi.i.i. County, Florida, lo the
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice is HHREB) GIVEN that
the underalgned, desiring to engage in
; business under the fictitious name of
SPORT 'X' COURT BOUTIQUES :it
i llSwti Itiscnyiie Ui.ulevard. North .Mi-
ami, Fla, Intend lo register aaid name
with the Clerk ..f the Circuit Court of
. 4 UiMle County Florida.
si'ipi:t n cofrt boutiques,
< TXC.
a Florida corporation
9, 13-22-29 Up i.
pinlt.
Il
i bade Count)', and
duplicate and as pro-
Inn 788.16, Florida Btat-
nfriceH i i tie County
Dade County. Florida,
1. n.lnr months from the
Ii. iii t publication hereof, or
uill lie barred.
il .Mmmi. Florida, tills jth
I.i, nil. i. A.D, I8M.
ALAN SII.VBR
a> Executor
III.Iii all..li .il Hu-
ll.iv of Reptemlie
. KRi ii P
K ROUP
Estate
I Mull
Florida S81S9
:' 15-22-28 1" C
notice
1972.
on
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HRRBBV OIVEN thai
the undersigned, dealring t. engage In
liushn's-- under the flctitloua name nf
MFSI-.C. COMPANY at M) X F. 108th
Sii.,-1. .Miami. Fla. Intend to reglaler
said name with the tflerh nf the Cir-
cuit Court of bade County. Florida,
ROBERT r.CSIXC
BBRNfECE B BL'SIXfl
Marx M. Faber
Attorney for noplli .mis
90S Ainsley Bldg.
.Miami, Fla.
9 '1-1-22-29 1" ''
1 .linn Courthouse in Daily County,
! lorida, lihln sis ,,|, u<|l)r ,,
| from iln time of the flral publii alion
I hcivor. or in,. Siimt. in |. i,.,|.,,,|
Dated ai .Miami. Florida, tins inh
day .,i Sept AH. |7
FBLAVO CBRI'I.IA
As Adniinistrnior
I First publication of iliis. i,ii......
the 22nd day .if September i'iT"
flROVKR VVEIN'STEIN
.- BTACHER, P A
Attorney for
Eatate ..f Hermlnln Joaeflna Cerulln
'!".ii l.ini-oln Itoinl.
Miami Beach, Florida
__^__^ 9 '22-29 1 6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalgned, desiring to engage In
; business under the fictitious name of
BRIO'S I'l-ATAXITUKS. BRIC/H
; PLATAIN CHIPS al number 2*81 W
I Klagler street, in the City of .Miami.
I Florida. Intenda to reglaler said name
with the Clerk of th.- Circuit Court
oi Dade County, Florida
Dated at .Miami. Florida, this 1.1th
tin i of September, 1972
I A ESTREIJ.A 8 A.
a Foreign < orporntlon
! by, ROBERTO CABRERA, Prealdenl,
: 22-29 I" 6-1,1
torncy, LESTER ROCBRS, whose ad-
pin ss is i c.l \ \V. ITih Avi nu.'.
Miami, Florida 1313-1, and file the
original with the Clerk of the above
styled court, on or before the 2mh day
of October. 1972. or a Default mil lie
entered ugulnal you.
DATED this 13th day of September.
1972,
Iv li LBATHERMAN
Clerk of th,. Circuit Cour!
By: c l- < OPELAXD
H 11. un Court Seal)
i: 15-22*29 l" '
t\ .
111. Ito
TlCE BY PUBLICATION
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ENTH .'UDICIAL CIRCUIT
LORIDA. DADE COUNTY.
C.i-i- No. 72-18266
l.\ JI.MKXKZ,
KDIXA and
|>ii-:ipi\a. his wife,
in MEDINA and
La I MEDINA, his wife.
IDENCB UNKNOWN.
1KB NOTIFIED thai a Com-
l.n n Forecloaure on prop-
i.i. i tounty, Florida, legally
ii. Block R. SWEET-
: ESTATES, according to
;of, as reeonled in
ok
, 1.1
a. Page :t.i. of the l'ub-
"i Dude County, Flor-
againat you anil you
i aerve a copy ol your
Kefensea, it any. to it on
IN', GOLDSTEIN & PAC-
rneya tor Plaintiff, whose
'-tin West Flagler Btreet,
Florida, M125, on nr before
|12. 1972 anil file tho original
Clerk of this Court either
rvlce on Plaintiffs attorney
lately thereafter: otherwise,
will be intend against you
In i demanded in the Cora-
fss my hand and the seal of
f "ii the 5 day of September,
n LBATHERMAN,
1 lerk of the Court
") R. M K.I8HBE
Deputy Clerk
9/8-15-22-29
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
10 FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 72-18558
[ICE BY PUBLICATION
Marriage Of:
LMIE.VTA. Iiu.-lianil and
'IMIF.XTA. wife.
ilJA PDIIENTA
Nicaragua
K IlKHKItY notified thai a
riissoiution of Unrriage
'in'I aiiainsi you. and you
l> required to serve a eopv
Answer or olher def.^s,, 0>
o the Petition pn the HWK-
{torney. l.KSTER ROOERS,
pose addreaa Is 1454 N.W.
Miami. Florida, 33125.
ie nrlginul with the Clerk
atyb-d court, on or be-
hii y of cl 1972- or a
. .Li "n,Mred against you.
hla.fllh ilay of Sept., 1973,
B LBATHERMAN
f-rk of Orcuit Court
Wl n. M, KI88BE
.""l -S.nl>
('';'"--2-29 liVC ____________
l!.NS!, FICTITIOUS
name law
He. H|,;MBnV C.IVEN that
Rgned dealring to engage in
r in,." fl-tit!oua name of
,,. nl "92r>-17971 South
l.\l>. Perrlne. Fla. intend t
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tliat
the underalgned, dealring to engage
in liusiness under tlie flctitloun name
..f SBMANARin CANDILEJAS al
2.180 S VV". 1!41li Avenue, -Miami. Fla In-
trials iii reglaler said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida,
III iBERTl > ECCES
p 9/8-1.1-22-29
NOTICE OS ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO 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 RE:
Adoption of L1ZET RODRIGUEZ,
a minor.
By DAVID FERRIS,
Her Slepfnther
'in: ADOI.FO PEDRO Re H i|:|i il'FZ
Realdence unknown
YOU Alti: HEREBY NOTD1BD
Uiai ^ui action lor Petition for Adop-
tion has been filed ngalnal you and
you an- retlufred to aerve a copy of
i your written tlefenaea, if any. to it
I on David E. Stone, attorney for Pe-
', titloner. Whose address Ik 101 N.W.
' 12th Avenue. Miami. Florida, and
j and file the original with the clerk of
I tha above styled court on or before
I October 6. 1972: otherwise a default
j will be entered against you for the
! relief demanded in the complaint or
petition.
This notice shall be published once
ea. h week for four conaecutlve weeks
I In THE JEWISH KI.ORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal nf
! said court al Miami. Florida on this
1'9 day of August. 1972.
E. 11. LBATHERMAN,
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By C. P. Ci>PF.1_\XD
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit court Seal)
DATID E. BTONE
STOXIC SOSTCHIN
lal N.W. 12 Avenue
Miami. Florida 321211
Attorne) for Petitioner
9-1-8-15-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-4722
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Eatate of
THRO O, AI.Vi iRIi
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Eatate:
You arc hereby notified and re-
quired to present any lalnw nnd de- .
ma mis which you may have against
the eatate of THEO <: ai.vord de-
reaaed lati nf (Irofton County, Neu
Hampshire, to the County Judges of
| Dade County, and file ihe same in
i duplicate and as provided In Section
32 16, Florida Stntutev, in their of-
fices in the County Courtnouae in
Ha.ie County, Florida, within si\ cal-
endar monihs from the time of the
I flral publication hereof, or the same ;
' will be barrel
Hated at Ashland, \ ll this 1,1th
da) of Sept., A D. 1972
JAMBS B. ALVORD,
Ancillary Executor
Flral publication the 22 day of Sept., 1972.
MORTON B. ZEMEL, RSQCIRE
Attorney for Ancillary Executor
1>7'. N.E. 163rd Sir.-, i
North Miami Bench, Florida 33162
! 22-29 I" 6-13
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 72-18339
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IX RE: The Marriage of
L" n'l.s at iLDLEAB*
Kushniiil.
and
BETTY riOLDLEAF,
Wife.
Tl l: BETTY Ol ILDLBAF
B24-20 Kinesbury Avenue
Flushing New York I ... I
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai | the underalgned,
an action for I is olutioii of Marriage
has been filed agalnal you and you
are required i" nerve a cop> ol your
written .1,lenses, if any, t<> ii on
PAUL KWITNEY, attorney for Petl-
ii.....i'. whose nddreaa is KWITNEY
*:- KROOP, 12" Lincoln Road. Suite
'.12. .Miami Rca.b. Florida 33139, and
file ill.....'Iglnal with th.- clerk of the
above styled court on or before Octob-
er Is. 1972: olheru is. a default will
be entered ngalnal you for tin relief
demanded in th.- complain! or peti-
tion.
This notice shall be puhllahed once |
each week f-.l' four <.....secUlive Wicks
iii THE JEWISH Fl-ORIDIAX.
WITNESS iiiv band and the seal
..I" Htild court a! Miami. Florida on
tins 6th day of September, 1972.
I'. R LBATHERMAN.
A- Cl.rk. Cii. nil dun
I lade i 'iiiintv. Florida
By: I. 8NEBDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
PAII. KWITNEY
KWITNEY A KRi n >P
42" I iii- ..In Road- Suite SI"
.Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Attorney for Petitioner
;;:s-7:.7a
9 1.".- 22 -29 1" r.
tt'.'.l 7-i Slri'el
North Berg, n, \"cu Jersey
Vol' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
tlcii an act but for Dtssolut'on ol Mar-
riage lias ben iii,,i against you p.'id
you an required i" serve a copy <.f
your written defense*, ii any, m it on
MERRILL I. LAMB, ESy attorney
for I'eiili......r, mIii.sc nddreaa i- kul
Hade Fe.i,-pal Building, Miami Florida,
and file the original with the Clerk of
th.- above stile,1 court on ,.r hefore
October 12, 1972, otherwise a default
will be entered agalnal you for ihe
relief demanded iii tlie complaint or
petition.
This notice shall be puhllahed once
each week lor four coiisecutix weeks
in THE JEWISH Fl-ORIDIAX
WITNESS my hand and Ihe aeal ,.r
sabl court at Miami. Florida on thla
i day of September. 1972.
E. B. I.KATHKRMAN.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By c. P. COPEl.AND
As Deputy clerk
, (Circuit Court Seal)
! MKRHII.I. I. LAMB. EStJ
| sin Dnde Federal Building
i Miami, Florida, 33(21
' Attorney for Petitioner
9 8-13-22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (JIVEN that
ring to engage in
business under the flctUlou* name of
NATIONAL MOTION PICTURE COR-
PORATION, a Florida crporat nm.
MENTS al ::::"4 Virginia Street, Coco-
nut (>tvc. Florida intends lo reglater
said name with Ihe Clerk of ib. cir-
cuit Court nf Hi.I. County, Florida,
RONALD I. DAVIS
Ronald L. Davis
Attorney for National Motion Picture
Corpora l ion. a Florida 9'9-1.1-22-29
i
luime with the Clerk ol
i-ourt of Dade County.
lu!imX VICTOR
fff S IE VINE
Tf'fPAltD FABER
ivine
PPlicaiits
Kk,
! S-lt-2t-t9
NOTICE I'NDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OfVEN that
the undersigned, th-airing to engage
in business under the fletltioua name
of THE SECURITY TIMER at Dade
County, Fla. Intends to register said
name "with the Cl.rk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
PRIVATE IXTELI.I'iEXCE
SERVICE. INC.
a Florida corporation
Sidney Efronso'n
Attorney for applicant
U1J Ainsley Bldg.
Miami. Fla.
^^^^ 9/1S-22--29 I" _
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OfVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of IllXnVUP al Miami. Fla. Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court dl Dade County.
Florida
PHILIP A. FBI-DM AN
I.F.AH FKLD.MAX
ROBLX FELDMAX
'i I.'.-22-29 10/8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Q & V TIRE at 1002 E. 27th Street.
Hialeuh. Fla. Intend to register said
mime with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida
EM 11.1 A NO OARCIA
i;i:i "DBS PRIBTl'
15-22-29 ln.e
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT.
IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 72-4325
IN RE: ESTATE of
RORIN FRIXKS -
and ROBERT J, FRINKS. JR.
Minors Incompetent
CITATION (Publication)
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO MILDRED FRIXKS and all other
persons concerned:
You are hereby notified that a peti-
tion lias been filed in said Court
praying for MAROARETTE FRINKS
to be appointed Ouardian of person
and property of ROBIN FRINKS and
ROBERT -1. FRINKS. JR.. minors
and you are hereby required to file
your written defenaea thereto within
thirty days nfter th.' first publica-
tion or posting hereof, and serve a
copy thereof upon petitioner'* at-
tornev. whose name and nddreaa are:
KWITNEY AXD KROOP, Suite .12.
42 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Flo-
rida. If you fall to do so. judgment
may be entered in due course upon
the petition.
WITXESS my band anil the seal Ol
said Court at Dade Counts. Florida
this lath day of s.pt 1972.
FRANK It DOWIJNtl
County Judge
By: MIC I. ha C. DICK
< lerk
(C. J Seall
* 33-29 1" 8-13
IN THE COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
p DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PR03ATF
No. 71.3348 (Primm)
' NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
IX RE: Ball.....>f
ANNA BEROBH
Deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given thai I have
filed Final Reporl and Petition for
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-4547
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
In RE: Eatate ..t
SAMCEL .1 KLEIN
.....naed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Ci.dii..is and -ill Peraons Hav-
ing i lainis or Demands Agalnal Said
Eatate:
You nre hereby notified and requir-
ed l" |.t which you ma> bnve agalnal the ea-
tate of SAMUEL .1 KLEIN deceased
laic of Hade County, Florida, to the
| County Judges of Dade County, and
fib- the same in duplicate and a- pro-
vided in Section 733.16, Florida Stat-
utes, in their offlcea m the County
I Courthouse in Dade Comity, Florida.
' within six calendar months from the
1 time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be burred.
Haled III .Miami. Florida, this Mil
day of s.pt A.D. 1972,
CARLTON li. KLEIN
THEODORE R. KLEIN
As Executor!
Firsl publication of this notice on
tlo- i -,tli day of September, 1973
Mvers. Kaplan. Porter, l.eviiwn
Histributinn and Final Hischargc as
Executor of the estate of Anna Bcr- | & KBKIN
ger, lieocased, and that on the 19 day : Attorney* for Bxecutcra
of October. 1972, will apply to the I Suite 3M11.10 8.W. First Street
Honorable County Judges nf Dade
County, Florida, for approval of said
Final Report and for distribution and
| filial discharge as Executor of ihe
i estale of the above-named decedent
This > day ol Septan bcr. 1972.
Miami, Florida 33180
9 13-22-29 HV
Fred S.ioohcl
Executor
Kenneth .\i. Myers
Attorney
ir.ip sw First Street
Miami. Florida 33139
3 jj.jj |(
i; l ::
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-18333
IX RE: PETITION OF JACK
CLIFFORD and GENEVA PAYNE
STEWART
TO: WILLARD THIEKSKN and
MARY SORROWS THIESSEN
RESIDENCE OR RESIDENCES
UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that the above
named Petitioners CLIFFORD STEW-
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
IX RE: Till: MARRIAOE OF
JAIME RODRIGUEZ
Petitioner
and
ROSA BODRIOUBZ
Respondent
TO: ROSA RODROTUEZ
Patricia I.ubumba 406
Santiago de Cuba. Culm
YOl' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
.tip action for Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed against you anil you
are required lo serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any. to it on
OCII.IJCRMO SOSTCHIN, attorney
for Petitioner, whose address is 101
N.W. 1^ Avenue. Miami. Fla. :I312K.
and file the original witli the clerk of
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No. 72-18S76
In Re: Tin- Marriage of:
MARY ANN' VIXER. Wife
and
BILL VIXER. Husb.....1
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: BILL VIXER
2111.". N. 76th Street
Kansas City. Kansas
TOO ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Petition tor Hissolutiou of Mar-
riage has been filed against you anil
you are required to serve a copy of
yow written defenses to It. If any,
upon STEPHEN' I.. RASKIN'. Peti-
tioner's attorney, whose addreaa is
72i.ii Bird Road. P.O. Ib.x 7i.o2. Miami,
Florida, 83133. on or before October
20, 1H72. and file the original with the
Clerk ol this Court either before
service on Petitioner's attorney or
immediately thereafter; otherwise a
default will be entered for the relief
demanded In the Petition.
WITXESS my hand and the seal of
this Court on September 11. 1972.
E. B. LBATHERMAN
as Clerk of said Conn
lly: C. P. Ci IRELAND
a* Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seali
.15-22-29 la 6
AM'and "jKNEvi B\TNF HTeSv- the above at) led court on or before
Ain\h". fHe.1 alVtlt'toV in thol^October 1972: otherwise a default
sty,dI Court for tho adoption of the will be entered against you tor lb*
mmor child named It. that Petition | relief demanded in the complaint or
Rlhiui ,,. ....... ...
and S'ou are commanded to aerve a potliion.
copy of vour written defenses, if any1 This notice shall be publ shed o
> ni-niii'i,- f I *RK SMITH lvti- each week for four conaecutlve we
tSJSffS&Sf* IMNA m* I" TIIK JEW IS., F1...1U1.IAX.
Street. Miami Florida: 13138. on or WrTNRSSmy ""i"". *
before October 12. 1872 and file the I of Bald court at Miami
original with the Clerk of this Court
either before service on Petitioners
Attorney or Immediately thereafter:
otherwise a Default may be entered
against you for the relief demanded
in the Petition.
liai.d September ii. 1971
(Circuit Court Seali
E. B. LBATHERMAN
CLERK i'F CTRCl-TT COURT
BY C, I' COPBLAND (d ,
: 8-13-22-29
this 7th day of Sept 1972.
B, It LBATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By: R M kisskk
As Deputy clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
STOXE & SOSTCHIN
la; \ w 12 Avenue
Miami. Florida 23128
Attorney for Petitioner
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^Jewish Floridian
i, Florida Friday, September 29. 1972
Section C
JEWS IN SHUTS
The Munich Tragedy
Before, During, After
By If ASKELL COHEN
Th> Olympics came to an
bruin end for me when Cliff Buck,
bhainr..in of the United States
ition. in answer to a re-
nter's query concerning the cold
nurai-r of the two Israelis, Moshe
ft'einbei-g and Joseph Roman, re-
plied, Check me after lunch." His
tallou- indifference and lack of
bndcrs landing turned me off
pompl'-tt'ly.
My associate in several Israeli
orts programs- including the U.S.
committee Sports for Israel, the
Rational Jewish Welfare Board's
participation in Israel's sports pro-
amnung and the International
th Festival, Harold Zimman.
lalled .'lie from Munich and ad-
fised thai when the first report
through concerning the
mirders ixrpetrated at the Olym-
pic Village by the Black Septem-
ber terrorists, he rushed to BucJ<
ind argued, "Cliff, in fairness to
bur team, the people back home
ind thr Jewish community, you
ave to withdraw our team from
impctitlon until those hostages
> released." (Zhnman was a
vnber of the U.S. track com-
lit tee > Buck shook his head and
eplied. "Sorry it's not up to us. It
the responsibility of the Inter-
otional Olympic Committee."
Not satisfied with Buck's an-
iver, the zealous Zimman ran after
Wee chairman Bob Kane and re-
peated his request. Kane, more
:nder>landing than the chairman
iv ',.,! -I'll see to it that we
the matter up just as soon
as our committee convenes." In
meantime, the terrorists
stai ted moving their hostages out
lof the village and shortly there-
laftrr all nine Israelis were
pnassacred.
Zimman was quartered at the
Bheraton Hotel in Munich to-
kether with the Israeli commit-
Itee heads and was advised of all
their moves. Since the Secretary
lot' the Israeli Olympic Committee
s i'liaim Glovinsky, liaison man
for the U.S. Committee Sports
for Israel in the Holy Land, Har-
old" had little difficulty staying
abreast of matters and was in a
position to aid our friends on the
AP sports beat in Munich. What
surprised him most was the unan-
imity of the Israelis in insisting
that the games continue.
"If the games are called," it
was explained to Zimman. "the
Arabs will construe it as a vic-
tory for them and convince them
that their terroristic way is the
only manner in which they should
operate. After battling them for
50 years we know that despite
our heartbreak we can't let the
games come to a halt. They have
to be shown that the whole world
abhors their methods and despite
the casualties they have inflicted,
the games are to continue. We
can't buckle down to them." Zim-
man said every single Israeli who
had a vote in the matter concurred
in this thinking.
So far as security was con-
cerned, Glovinsky met with Ger-
man officials in Munich five
months ago and pleaded for strong
protection in the village. The Ger-
mans argued that thev were try-
ing to dispel all reminders of Ger-
many as a police state, no ref-
erences to storm troopers of 1972
and that sort of climate.
Then too. they pointed out, if
the Israelis asked for special se-
curity the Russians and other
countries would start demanding
the same privileges. Reluctantly
the Israelis agreed not to push
the Germans further for the strin-
gent security measures.
Once it was established that
the terrorists intended to fly hos-
tages out of the country, Israel
flew its top security man to the
scene. After consulting with the
Germans the official reported to
Premier Golda Meir on the hot
line established between the two
countries. "The German plan is
nerfeet. I couldn't draw up a bet-
IVJ
These seven-year-old Jerusalemites, working in a
supervised after-school study program in the John
F. Kennedy Memorial Library, were bom about the
time that the Mizrachi Women's Organization of Amer-
ica established the JFK library as a tribute to the
martyred president. The library, now operated as a
joint project of the American women's organization
and municipality serves the congested Bakka neigh-
borhood of Jerusalem. Adjacent to Mizrachi Wom-
en's Bakka Settlement House, it is the most active
branch in the Jerusalem network of libraries.
C.A.B. Has Authority To
Enforce Hiring Regulations
ter one myself. I agree in every
detail," he said.
Unfortunately, according to
what Zimman revealed to me the
Germans were under the impres-
sion that there were only four
assassins in the compound. Ap-
parently in the negotiations which
took place all day long the Ger-
man negotiators never saw more
than four Arabs and took it for
granted that they comprised the
entire force.
Only when the copters landed
and eight killers walked out with
the nine hostages did the Munich
police realize their plans for liq-
uidating the marauders had be
be changed.
The Israeli security agent ac-
companied the police to the air
base and watched in despair as the
German plan went awry. In his
report to Jerusalem he indicated
again the police plan was perfect
hut, unfortunately, the execution
poor.
Shortly after the state funeral I
in Israel for the 11 men who fell
in Munich I managed to reach
Glovinsky on the teleDhone. Chaim
is a dear friend and I was con-
cerned for him. No youngster, t
knew he would take slaughter of
his boys to heart. He founded
twice his years and told me that
after the state funeral he attended
a private funeral for one of the
fallen athletes and had just gotten
home.
"I had completed plans for the
Rosh Hashanah services in the
village," he explained. "We had
secured the day before, on Mon-
day, a rabbi, a cantor and I
arranged for a Torah to be de-
livered to our quarters. Invitations
were i>osted to all heads of deleea-
tions inviting their Jewish mem-
bers to attend services at our
ronvioiind. Little did I dream I'.
would be attending services such I
as I did this afternoon."
Synagogues and temples,
throughout the world held memor-
ial services for the slain athletes
throughout their Rosh Hashanah
services. National groups joined
in these services including the
B'nai B'rith, American Jewish
Congress and the Synagogue Coun-
cil of America extolled the Israelis
and David Berger, the American
wcightlifter. who, after represent-
ing the U.S. in 1969 Maccabiah.
decided to settle in the Holy Land.
While all this is comforting, it
is hoped that when the Israel
Sport Federation emerges from its
mourning period and decides on
what Israel will require to replace
the murdered coaches, these same
institutions will not forget the
athletes who fell while carrying
their country's colors in inter-
national sports competition.
(c), 1972 Jewish Telegraphic Agency)
Eban Says West Germany's
Basic Decision Was 'Correct'
WASHINGTON, D.C. (JTA)
Israel's Foreign Minister
Abba Eban said this week that
the West German government
acted correctly in its handling
of the Palestinian terrorists who
killed 11 Israeli athletes Tues-
day, Sept. 5.
Speaking on CBS-TV's "Face
the Nation," Mr. Eban said that
although he was not satisfied
with the end result, the basic
decision made by the West Ger-
man government that day was
"cot rect."
NEW YORK The American
Jewish Congress this week de-
clared that the Civil Aeronautics
Board has the authority and the
obligation to enforce nondifc-
criminatory hiring by the na-
tion's airlines.
In a legal memorandum sent
to CAB. Secretary Harry J.
Zink, the Congress urged that
the board "make is clear, by
approprite regulation, that com-
pliance with antidiscrimination
laws is a prerequisite to ap-
val of atrline operations."
"We believe that it is im-
proper for a government agency
to ignore discriminatory con-
duct, or to brush aside charges of
such conduct, on the part of the
companies which it regulates,"
Joseph B. Robison, general coun-
sel of the Congress and director
of its Commission on Law and
Social Action, asserted.
His comments came in re-
sponse to public notice given
by the board that it was con-
sidering establishing rules
against racial, sexual, religious
and ethnic discrimination in air-
line employment practices and
inviting public comment.
The CA.B. notice pub-
lished in the Federal Rejristf-r
was accompanied by an ex-
planatory statement in which
the boa-d raised questions as
to whether it had the authority
and duty to act against job
discrimination and if so, in what
manner.
To this the AJCongress re-
plied that the board's statutory
power and obligation to act
were clear. Mr. Robison as-
serted that the CA.B. "should
not be in the position of approv-
ing operations by companies
which have either been found
by other eovernment agencies
to be in default with respect to
applicable nondiscrimination re-
quirements or which are under
investigation in that respect."
The AJCongress statement
said it would be appropriate to
discuss ways and means of en-
forcing job rules as soon as the
| board decided it must act to
i bar discrimination.
A husband and wife volunteer team distributes the patient
mail at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital and spreads a bit of
good cheer at the same time. Here Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Cohen stop in to say "Top O' The Morning" to patient
Raoul Ramos and drop off the welcome letters. Other vol-
unteers operate the Book-mobile, Gift Cart, and help out in
Medical Records, the Gift Shop, and at the Information Desk.
ISRAEL
imhjtktooi
1 in lia ii*^ Dnnnn ion iriM MriCf"
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, M.Y. 1C019 .


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-1I direct.
ducer.
Among 'he most exciting en-
- in and his
'
Mthli.- rich, who ;
born in T \ a ; Mor-
decai Morad. I !
and Hero
Iran, di
Anothei Israeli perfo
Sara A\ iani aided by her Yem-
enite trio. Dahlia. "M is [si
ksts and tint
Israel in the show, rew -
in the Mi-- L'nivers
several yean
The e*. enim- was a tremendous
success, and augurs well for the
forthcominc 25th anniversary "'-
ms to he held throug
durine the coming yea;.
INF
MY THANKS
TO THE MANY VOTERS
WHO EXPRESSED
THEIR CONFIDENCE
IN ME
AT THE POLLS
m THE FIRST PRIMARY
"I HOPE I WILL HAVE YOUR
CONTINUED SUPPORT IN THE
RUNOFF ELECTION, OCT. 3"
LEVER 2 B
Four generations of Lehmans get together
for a moment of relaxation. From left, Wil-
liam Lehman's daughter, Kathy, and hus-
band Dor. Weiner. with their son. Matthew;
Mrs. Yedda Feibelman; William Lehman,
Jr., with son. Marx; William Lehman, Sr.
and his wife Jean Feibelman Lehman with
their grandson. Sean Weiner Mrs. V. lljam
Lehman. Jr., and the Lehman's ingest
son. Tcm. were out of town and unable :o
attend the family get-together
9 W^h
1
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HhHEHH
wmmm
(ect PAUL
STEINBERG
. lie cares about people
STATE LEGISLATURE
DISTRICT 101
DEMOCRAT
ATTENTION VOTERS!
HAVE YOU BEEN MISLED?
My Opponent in this Election is NOT to be confused with my Distinguished Colleague,
Judge Murray Goodman of the Dade County Criminal Court.
JUDGE MURRAY GOODMAN IS NOT A CANDIDATE IN THIS ELECTION.
RE-ELECT
JUDGE
SIDNEY L SEGALL
JUDGE of the
COUNTY COURT
(GROUP 1) LEVER 15-F
17 YEARS' JUDICIAL EXPERIENCE
JUDGE SEGALL has handled approximately 90,000 cases, dur-
ing 17 years as Judge and only 9 decisions were reversed by a
higher court for an average of 1 out of every 10,000
cases.
THE ONLY CANDIDATE FOR
COUNTY COURT (GROUP 1)
WITH ANY JUDICIAL EXPERIENCE
Integrity Fairness
COUNTY-WIDE VOTE OCT. 3rd LEVER 15-F
W p: v.


Friday, September 29, 1972
*Jenist fhridliam
Page 3-C
Top Israeli Leaders To Speak At AZF Conclave
I NEW YORK Three top Is-
Lli lenders will be among the
ficials and personalities in the
Zionist movement who will
jrcsjc the second national con-
tion of the American Zionist
deration during its three-day
tional gathering Oct. 21-23 in
hieago. 111. -
|The Israeli leaders arc Louis A.
. iKiirman of the World
I Orcanization and of the
wish Agency for Israel; Itzhnk
kvon, Deputy Speaker of the
d chairman of the World !
,, neral Council (Actions i
, ; and Avraham Sehon-
of the Department of j
v on and Information of
" WZ
I n 500 delegates from
throughout the
and representing
ni|)!c Beth Am
various shades and views of Zion-1 local Zionist federations through-
ism, will participate in the con-, out the United States,
vention of the Federation in Chi-
cago.
The AZF is the central frame-
work that speaks and acts on be-
half of the unified Zionist move-
Tlic constituency of the Ameri-
can Zionist Federation includes
the Zionist organizations, youth
and student movements with over
fiOO.OOO members as well as other
merit in tlie United States. Since organizations and individuals who
the Federation was founded two subscribe to the Jerusalem pro-
years aco. it has established 25' gram.
Arab League Holds Meeting
LONDON (JTA) The Arab
League, which is attempting to
present an image of moderation
and dissociate itself from ter-
rorist acts, held a major meet-
ing of its Western Kuropean
representatives here this week.
The sessions were devoted to
planning information ami public
relations activities.
Attending were League repre-
ln London
sentatives from London. Paris,
Bonn, Rome, Brussels and Am-
sterdam. An official of the Brit-
ish protocol department met the
League's Secretary General, for-
mer Egyptian Foreign Minister
Mahmoud Riad, when he ar-
rived at the Sirport, but Foreign
Office sources said no meeting
had been arranged for him at
the Foreign Office.
iiin-
Kiiilding
[or Teenagers
\. Tc nple Belli Am grew, sol
i school, and for the i
us, Rabbi Herbert M.I
I I has been asking for a
lid to provide the proper
I !: the older students.
all that was emisioned i
v classrooms. But as;
was studied, it was I
tided 11 add a second floor to \
: which could be used i
g, basketball, conven-l
\. the like.
iver a year ago. Cliff,
a as named chairman:
[thi- j.i. ject, and some $100,000
bash and pledges was raised.
I ir Marshal Rosenberg,
jireet r of the temple and chair- j
kn ol the Capital Funds Com-
II rking in concert with
nan and Dr. Maxwell
lent, decided to raise j
tween Rosh Hashanah
Yi n Kippur, and to begin i
i aking ceremonies with-1
Hii paign was a remarkable
i d so a dream becomes
and Temple Beth tan
i r step forward In de-
youth program.
or thos" who gave ro .
their names will be
> the facade of th
. Ithin the framework
Star of D > the
They will be known
|r as "i iu irdians of Our
tw Essay Title
Announced By
pnrcabee Lodge
['' stercd members of the Mi-
[ B'nai B'rith Youth Or-
f : have an opportunity to
fcunii and express their per-
1 i ws on the tooic "What
- Jewish Identity Play
Fe of a Teen-ager in To-
fy~ S iety?"
|Geo Kotin, Lodge president,
t lUnced R'nai B'rith Mac-
1 Ige's Fourth Annual Es-
p test, which honors the
| a former member, Jack
1 ter.
I mth Council presl lents
iac and Lenny Sokolow
the top. The contest of-
cash awards. SI 00. $75
'I .several plaques.
I for the contest entries
': presentation will be
lade lit the Nov. 21 meeting of
f All entries are due in
J' BBYO office by cut-off date.
' VBt than 15 essays he
the contest will be can-
llled.
I The program of the November
luting will feature the B'nai
Trith Youth Organization, with
I"? two Youth Council presidents
J KI'YO is sponso'-ed by B'nai
I nth and is a partial beneficiary
P 'lie Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
pt:on. Girt Bossak is the di-
'or of 34 local chapters with
total of 715 members. Her of-
F'-s are located at 4200 Biscayne
l'vd. Miami.
THERE IS NO
SUBSTITUTE
JUDGE RALPH
Circuit Court Group 8
12 YEARS JUDICIAL EXPERIENCE
EXPERIENCED TRIAL LAWYER
ELECTED IN 1960 OVER SEVEN OPPONENTS
RE-ELECTED UNOPPOSED IN 1964 AND 1968
SINCE 1970 HE HAS HELD MAGISTRATE COURT EVERY SUNDAY
NATIVE MIAMIAN... UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI VERSITY FOOTBALL
ENDORSED BY 0UTSANDING COMMUNITY LEADERS
ATHLETES CIVIC, LABOR AND PROFESSIONAL
ORGANIZATIONS
JAKE SCOTT. Miami Dolphin?
MANNY J. FERNANDEZ. Miami Dolphins
DICK ANDERSON. Miami Dolphin
EUGENE ,MERCURY) MORRIS,
Miami Dolphins
DANNY COUGHLIN. Former Cuard, University
of Miami. Coaching Staff Coral Gables
High School
MAX CAREY, Baseball Hall of Fame,
Civic Leader
VINCE SCHAEFER. Athletic Director.
M imi Senior High
EDDIE JOHNS. All American Quarterback
University of Miami. Asst. Coach
LaSalle High School
BILL MILLER. Two Time All American-
Oakland Raiders, Miami Businessman,
Civic Leader
HARVEY JAMES. Former University of
Miami Center. Coach Norland Senior High
EDDIE DUNN. Former Coach University of
Miami. Civic Leader. Businessman
JACK BRADY. Athletic Director and Basket-
ball Coach. Carol City High
DICK HICKOX. Former University of Miami
All American Basketball Player
Basketball Coach LaSalle High School
JOHN O'DAY. JR Former University of
Miami Outstanding Tackle, Civic
Leader. Attorney
SAM SCARNECCHIA, Former University of
Miami Quarterback. Athletic Director
South Miami High School
DON BOSSELER. Washington Redskins Full-
back. All American University of Miami.
Civic Leader, Businessman
CHARLES YANDA, Head Coach South Miami
Senior High, Former University of Miami
Half B3ck
VAN PARSONS. Former University of Miami
Quarterback. Head Coach LaSalle High School
ARCHIE STONE, Civic Leader. President
Archie Stone Foundation
BOBBY DYKES. Civic Leader. Former Fnnk-
ing Middleweight Challenger. Sportsman.
Athlete
DADE COUNTY FEDERATION OF LABOR.
AFLCIO
INTERNATIONAL BROTH ERHOOD OF
ELECTRICAL WORKERS
HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS
BAR ASSACIATION
CONGRESS OF SENIOR CITIZENS.
MAX FRIEDSON. President
DADE COUNTY COUNCIL FOR SENIOR
CITIZENS. MAX SERCHUK. PRESIDENT
TREE OF ITALY, JOHN P. LONGO.
PRESIDENT
BUILDING INDUSTRY POLITICAL ACTION
COMMTTEE, H. V. GRE EN. CH Al RM AN
FRATERNAL ORDER OF POLICE,
WALTER E HEADLEY LODGE 20.
C. A. SALERNO. PRESIDENT
BROTHERHOOD OF PAINTERS AND
ALLIED TRADES. LEE RIDDLE, EXEC.
SECRETARY
CLUB. RESTAURANT EMPLOYEES A
BARTENDERS' UNION. AFLCIO. Al
GONZALEZ. PRESIDENT
INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF
MACHINISTS AND AEROSPACE
WORKERS. AL WELCH. CHAIRMAN
DADE COUNTY POLICE BENEVOLENT
ASSOCIATION, R. A. MCFARLAND.
CHAIRMAN
DADE COUNTY POLICE BENEVOLENT
ASSOCIATION. CHARLES W. MADDOX,
LATIN AMERICAN COALITON OF DADE
COUNTY. CHARLOS G. deTORRES,
PRESIDENT
AMERICAN FEDERATION OF POLICE.
GERALD ARENBERG. EXECUTIVE
PRESIDENT
DAVID T. KENNEDY, MAYOR CITY
OF MIAMI
JACK BLOCK. MAYOR. CITY OF
SOUTH MIAMI
HAROl D ROSEN, COUNCILMAN. CITY
OF MIAMI BEACH
JACK CHERRY. COUNCILMAN. CITY
OF HIALEAH
C MILTON RUBIN. COUNCILMAN. CITY OF
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
PAUL A. LOUIS. BOARD OF GOVERNORS.
FLORIDA BAR. ATTORNEY
SYLVESTER P ADAIR. ATTORNEY. FORMER
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
BILL COLSON. FORMER PRESIDENT
AMERICAN TRIAL LAWYERS ASSOCIA.
TION PARTNER. FIRM OF COLSON &
HICKS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW
EUGENE C. HEIMAN. PARTNER, HEIMAN
& CRARY. ATTORNEYS AT LAW
JOE MURPHY. FORMER MAYOR OF
CORAL GABLES. PARTNER. FIRM OF
BRUNSTETTER. MURPHY & MESIANO.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
W" 1.1AM H KFPDVK CITY COMMISSION-
ER. CITY OF CORAL GABLES
JCE MALEK. FORMER CITY COUNCILMAN.
CITY OF MIAMI BEACH. ATTORNEY
EDWARD WALTERMAN. CIVIC LEADER,
PROMINENT ATTORNEY
THOMAS N. BALIKES, CIVIC LEADER.
PROMINENT ATTORNEY. FORMER JUDGE
OF THE JUVENILE COURT. FORMER
JUDGE METROPOLITAN COURT
THOMAS J GIBSON. JR.. INTERNATIONAL
FIELD STAFF REP. AMERICAN
FEDERATION OF STATE. COUNTY AND
MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEES
BILL'' SHAYNE. CIVIC LEADER. REAL
ESTATE BROKER
LOUIS D TUCK, FOURTH REGION.
NATIONAL VICE COMMANDER. JEWISH
WAR VETERANS OF THE UNITED
STATES OF AMERICA
DR. TONY PERFZ. ADMINISTRATOR
FLAGLER MEDICAL CENTER
ELECT JUDGE RALPH
FERGUS
CIRCUIT COURT
C0UNTYWIDE
GROUP 8
LEVER 12-F
Pd Pol Adv.


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fJenisi' fkridUar)
Friday September 29
Florida Ladies Auxiliary JWY Slate
Meetings and Service to Hospital
letters to the editor
Auxiliaries belonging to the De-
partment "' Florida Ladles Au\-
liarj, Jewish War Veterans, will
hold meetings during the coming
vei k- and members will continue
I. serve patienu at the Veterans
lospitai.
\ - .ill take the portable tele-
phone to hospital patients on Sat-
rdaj Tuesdaj at 8 p.m., the group
..ill have a business meeting at
4601 VV. Flakier St. Special guatt
will Mrs. Alice Lipklns, Depart-
ment of Florida ways and means
hnirman. On Thursday and Fri-
i>. members "ill act as hostesses,
;ii cooperation with Dade Kmploy
Im- Handicapped, at the annual
Skill-tair to be held at the Kver-I
. lade- Hotel.
At the \\et Mtaml BM Oct. 51
teeting at Danker"! Motel. Mrs.
Lillian Schoen president, Depart-
i tent of Florida Ladies Auxiliary
JWV, will be welcomed on her of
kjfaJ visit. Mrs. Sehoen will also
install the auxiliary's newly elec-
ted patriotic instructor and his-
trian Entertainment will be a
ip ondut tin the music
Condominium
Leader Aids
Bill Lehman
George Sipkin, state condomin-
. in i ommissioner, has announced
is endorsement of William Leh-1
.i.i for Congreas in the 13th Dis-'
1 i.-t.
Mr. Sipkin. a retired attorney.
and engineer, said. "Bill Lehman
baa been a friend of this commu-
rity for the 30 years he has lived
i ere.
"Hi- has shown a genuine con-
rein for the right- of senior citi-
- n- and he proposes a Senior
Citizen Bill of Rights to insure
just treatment and a dignified
standard of living.
"lie has aUo been active in
Temple Israel for many years and
has served as secretary of that
congregation. In 1972. Bill was
r.anit the 'Humanitarian of the
Year" by the American Jewish
Committee.
"Bill Lehman knows this com-
munity and has shown his con-
cern for it by continuous involve-
ment in civic endeavors. I can't
ihink of anyone who would rep-
:.! this district more honestly,
ith more integrity and Intelli-
gence than Bill Lehman." Mr.
Shddn said.
Brilliant Leads
Judicial Contest
Jn First Primary
Meyer M. Brilliant, former Judge
ill. City of Miami, was the lead-
ing candidate for the position of
'ounty Court Judge. Group 10.
by ~>,000 vnt.-. This Judgeship
have jurisdiction in civil mat-
ter's, traffic eases ami various mis-
neanors.
a practicing attorney in Dade
County foi 12 years, and before
: i Boston lor 111 years, Mr.
Brilliant i- a member of the Flor-
la a Ki Massachusetts bar asso-
ciations, the American Trial Law-
s1 association ami the Ameri-
can Arbitration association.
While serving as a muni' aJ
from 1963-67, he was a
of the Florida Municipal
Judgi B' association anil the North
American Judges' association.
Mr Brilliant has been active in
inal organizations, and
i as vice president of the
Leakemia Society. He is a mem-
bet of the Miami Police Benevo-
lent association, the Heart Asso-
c.iii -i of Miami. Knights of Pyth-
ias. Moos,, and the D.A.V. Long
active in the Jewish community,
he i- a member of Temple Beth
Am and Coral Gables lodge of
E'nai B'rith.
Mrs. Evelyn Lowe will pre-
side at a regular business meeting
of Murray Solomon ttS, slated to
be held at the Zamora Temple in
(.'oral Gables.
Miami Beach 330 Americanism
chairman Grace Kinds and auxil-
iary members will attend naturali-
zation services at the Bayfronl
Park Auditorium on Thursday Oct.
5. They will distribute to the new
American citizens, wallet size
identification cards as gifts from
the Department of Florida. The
auxiliary's regular business meeting
will take place at 8 p.m. at the
American Legion Hall on Alton
Rd. Senior vice president Pearl
Herman will preside
Victor B. Freedmun 613 will
holo a board meeting at noon Mon-
day at the Home Federal in Hal-
landale. Auxiliary president Mrs.
Rose Hccht will give a reiwrt on
the national convention in Hotis-
cob. Special guest will be Depart-
Miami Springs-llialeah isi will
hold a business meeting Monday.
at S p.m. at Temple Tifereth Ja-
COO. Special guests will be Depart-
ment of Florida's leadership chair-
man. Mrs, Kay Lingaton.
Abe Horrowitz (> will hold its
regular board meeting on Thurs-
day evi ning. October 5. at Unified
Hall. N'o. Miami Bi^ach. Auxiliary
president Mrs. Belle Horowitz will
preside.
EDITOR, The Jewish FlorUlian:
Mr. Melvin Klein's letter of
Sept. 22 could be classified an e.x-
' < client example of the humor
which prevails in our Conservative
r.nd Orthodox synagogues were
it not for the tragic undercurrent
of truth.
By his own admission he has not
been in a Schul in over a decade
-- and there is nothing to indicate
whether he paid his attendance. I
know very little about temples, as
I only belong to a little one which
boasts exactly 28 paying members.
| We have a "ininyan" every morn-
ing of the week as well as Friday
, evenings, to which he will be wel-
' corned enthusiastically without
0 penny.
However, our group meets its
annual overhead by charging for
the High Holy Days; obviously we
, aie just as mercenary as the tem-
ple Mr. Klein refers to.
From the construction of his
letter, and his vocabulary. Mr.
Klein is well educated, literate
person, and should realize that
Jews don't collect a tithe from
their co-religionists as some
other denominations do. How
many brother Jews would respond
to an occasional api>eal to donate
for the upkeep of their neighbor-
hood Schul?
, Incidentally. 90'; of our syna-1
| gogues will gladly Invite anyone
I who is financially unable to pay.
to join them in their holiday ser- !
\ ices.
L. XVMAX MAUGOLIS
Miami
dent and
arms.
greet him with
Opp,
ave him the dtf
1*4
oven.
l.lirniK. The JewMi Meridian:
j The letter Melvin VV. Klein of
] North Miami wrote to you struck
me very strange.
A man who wasn't in the tem-
pie over a decade, has the nerve
: to complain that the doors cf
| the Jewish homes of worship are
1 locked after the services.
Because he just felt a "true
need" to go to a synagogue, ev-
erybody should be there including
the rabbi, the cantor, the presi-
The rabbi g
explanation. The trouble U
like that have money for
thing, but when it comes to to!',
ing tickets for the High Holifcn
they find the rabbi's position "i
solutely untenable.'
It is an old saying: "MTHmJ
mm Ha/ibur 'Don't separate your.
sell from the congregation
meaning your broth)
This kind of Jew I call Ceir*. i
tery Jews." They come only n I
case of an emergency or ufai
they ato taken to the Jewia
cemetery, because no one 1
wants Ihem.
Kl RT SCHfeEUQ
Surf side.
VOTERS INCORPORATED
The Largest Non-Partisan Voting Group
In Florida, Proudly Endorses
MEYER M. BRILLIANT
For County Court Judge
HARRY LEVY, PRESIDENT, VOTERS INC.
AIT,. M, 1S.TJ
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*Jk w ist fk-radlii.-jiin
Page 5-C
ireater Miami NCJW Divisions
(pen Season with New Programs
III,,, seven divisions of the I stein whose topic win be "NCJWa
,.,!,.i Miami section of the Nil- Child ("arc Center Becomes a
m\ Council of Jewish Women j R< ality."
bcinnlng the new club season! Tndinn Manila will start it-; meet-
ktM individual meetings Wcdnes-: incr at a noon luncheon at the Al-
L Meetings will feature va.rious'giers Hotel. Gucsj speaker will
[. d! ('oiihci)'s"i(Vulti-racetcri. lie ATrs. Edwin Oppenhelm, presi-
de : ii cl will he aimed par-1 lent if Jewish Children and Fa-n-
.]j it prospective members, ily Service. Shirley Merman is in
[l'.:i\ clivi-ion will have a catered charge of reservations.
[ |, on starting at 11:30 a.m. at j
Smfside Community Center.
|net Reno. -Miami attorney, vv ill
,, .lu-lice for Children."
|l,!-\ IJ-cn and Gerry Fields arc
, ii [rjte of reservRtiona.
[-oral's 10:30 a.m. mectinc at
|r Yumbrclta Restaurant will In-
ide hinch. Guests will he Mrs.
Bloom, president. NCJW
Hillel Enlarges Teaching Staff
An en In rued tafl ol 1") regular n klnderga ten is Mrs. Dorothy
teacher* and -i\ specialty teach- Gruen, who brings a vast back-
's '' : P faculty at Hillel ground of experience and knowl-
Community Da> School this yen-, edge from her many years of
according lo .i statement by its teaching children, not onlj innur-l
principal. RahM Dov Bidnick. Some I series and kindergartens, but also
of the staff arc new recruits; oth-; jn afternoon Talmud Torahs
era were affiliated with the school) Working with her will be Mr-
~ i year,
Retur^i
Shula Leshetz, who worked last
tor her second year year m> an aide.
Other teachers, Including Mrs
Ann Newman, Miss Nachama tin-
man, Mrs. Dina Axelrod, Mrs. Mar-
sha Zedeck, Mrs. Michelle Rech.
Mrs. Joan Sarmtels and Mrs. Claire
Cohen, taught at the school last
..ear.
Among the new additions to the
-taff aie Mrs. Kathj Rosengarten
in nursery school; Mrs. Sand)
Presant, Mis- Susan Kutchin, Miss
Mlrrium Kimbiig, Mordecal Czi-
ment and Jerry Katz.
nnd Mrs. Edward Gold-
ludge Segall
'ushes Drive
Bdge Sidney L. Segall has taken
candidacy for County Court
dee. Group 1, directly to the
nplo in Tuesday's runoff
fry. He did not campaign
Lakes meeting at Washington
Federal. 9f> NK 187th St.. will
start at 12:30 p.m. with compli-
mentary coffee and danish. Mrs.
Florence Alberts, executive direc-
tor of the Greater Miami Section
NCJW. will discuss "Immigration
Service An Exit Aid for Soviet
Jewry."
Uneeln has slated a noon lunch-
eon at the Mont mart re Hotel. The
afternoon program will declan
"Council Has a Place For You."
Shores' meeting is scheduled to
last from 9:30 to noon, with cof-
fee and danish at the Sweden
House. 17985 Riseayne Blvd. The-
program win include a pro-con-
vention caucus on Council's resolu-l
tions.
South Dado will have a gourmet !
luncheon during the 9:30 a.m. to;
pri-1 1 p.m. meeting at Kin^s Bay
ac- Country Club, and the afternoon
bly in the first primary, but will feature an original rock o|>era.
high man in his race. : "Super Store" presented by the
Judge Segall said a calendar of; South Dade Players, Reservations
s previously scheduled pre- < may be made with Shirley Spiegel-
nled his campaigning earlier,: man.
ut now I have an obligation un-
ihc law to campaign actively
Indicia] office on a full-time
THE JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
Gratefully acknowledges the help of
WBUS.. 9.39..
THE SOUNDS OF ISRAEL
Every Sunday morning from 8 to 12
with Sammy Yariv
fl Is senior judge of the Small
Court of Dade County,
licit under the recently enacted
Bieial reform has buiii Incor-
I to county court. Judge
; i ited that his opponent is
nal Court Judge Murray
i who is not a candi-
j ar nor is hi
(tent n loted t<> Judge Goodman.
V handled approximately
uses, Judge Segall notes
in onlj nine of his decisions have
bn reversed by a higher court.
bnointi ii to the bench by Gov.
t\. iy Collins in 1955, he has been
let to four successive four-
(ar terms.
Segall, a former assistant
orney general of Florida, served
I the U.S. Department of Justice
wartime appointment of the
IS. Attorney General.
Feller Wins
acking From
Henry Clar
|Mi!ton Feller this week picked
the endorsement of Henry W.
ii', the Miami attorney who fin-
d third in the primary con-
st for Dade County Court Judge,
oup 5, Judge Feller, who served
>' liami Beach, said Mr. Oar's sup*
bn Is the final push necessary to
pure our victory Tuesday."
| Jud<;e Feller, a past president of
Miami Beach Bar Associa-
u". has won endorsements from
Miami News, Daily Sun-Re-
pt't'T, Miami Beach Times, Miami
piles, North Dade Journal and
k< American Federation of Senior
ptizens.
iThe Miami Beach Bar Assoeia-
>n al-o endorsed Judge Feller,
nose court won an official com-
lenrlation from the American Bar
psociation.
IA former exalted ruler of the
f ks and chairman of the board
trustees of the Miami Beach
rtfe, Judge Feller is a director
temple Emanu-El and legal co-
pairman of the Israel Histadrut
initiation,
WILLIAM LEHMAN
DESERVES YOUR VOTE!
Past Secretary
Temple Israel of Greater Miami
Member more than 30 years.
Past Member Hoard of Directors
American Jewish Committee
1972 Humanitarian of the Year
American Jewish Committee
1971 Man of the Year
North Miami Beach Jaycees
Past President
Muscular Dystrophy Society
of South Florida
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Friday, September 29,


Sl'PER SEND-OFF: Friday evening, Wendy and Ira Kothfielri
entertained at a farewell buffet for Eunice an leaving for East Africa the next day. Leopard print table cloths and
porcelain monkeys completed the jungle motif on the beautifully ap-
pointed tables. The Gioffs will visit Uganda. Tanzania and Nairobi,
where Dr. Jay will demonstrate American surgical techniques in some
of the hospitals, and also renew an old friendship with a former med
school chum who lives and practices there. Timmy and Dr. Stan
Mitchell. Joanne and Dr. toe Allison. Bookie and Dave Rogers, Helen
and Angelo Dundee and Eunice's sister. Corinne Toma<-k, bid the ad-
venturers a<:iou!
WEE HOIKS: Sonnie ami Jerry Stern are nestled into their new
: they have taken two apartments and made
:is held an "open house" this past weekend in their
q larters. Sonnie served a late supper and the party
'he wee ho rs ol tl e morning. Larry and Eleanor Disken.
Eileen a:. : Mel Zockerman, Rita and Lynn Stone, and Edith and Dlch
Bio. k : onlj i fev ni the couples gathering around to sing along
to the tunes of the old "player piano."
BEST WISHES: To Bonnie Alter, daughter of Mrs. Bert Sehild.
on her forthcoming marri tge to Jeffrey Steinberg of North Miami .. .
To Pain Ki-sshr, (Esther and Alan's daughter I who is pledging for the
AKPhi sorority at Sophie Newcomb College in New Orleans ... To
Martha Mishcon, who is working so diligently to assure the success of
the Deed Club Halloween Costume Ball on Oct. 29 ... To Marilyn/
Schwartz, idaughter of Jean and Paul of Sky Lake) who is moving to
Brooklyn and the "big city" life ... To Lily Fisher, Elaine Siegel,
Richard Sneider, Terry Sponder and Abe Brenman for their complete
and speedy recoveries from their recent illnesses.
WELCOME HOME: The newlyweds, Dr. and Mrs. Bernard Sieden-
berg, are back in town after a honeymoon in Israel, and are busy trying
to get settled in their new town house, but Glena and Mel (Dr. Melvin)
Platt couldn't wait until all was calm. They invited Nina and Bernie's
friends and family for a buffet supper party welcoming the happy
couple. The Martin Lundys, Lou Taylors, Larry Ashen, Tom Greens,
Nina's sister, Fran, and her hubby, Joe Gardner; her parents, the Nel-
sons, and Bernie's dad Joe, were all there toasting their "health and
happiness." and the party wouldn't have been complete without Ruth
Norman Orenstein (she was the mathmaker).
TALENTED TWOSOME: Condominium, club and cruise directors
take note! Actor Henry Le Clair, a tenor temple soloist, and his wife,
Lucille lilac ton. (the opera singer with "bad breath" on the Binaca
Spray commercial) have cut their New York ties and come to Miami
to make their permanent home! Lucille and Henry have had thriving
careers in the legitimate theatre and films, as comedy character types,
and have performed concerts and musical programs of all types, utiliz-
ing their very beautiful soprano-and-tenor voices. Welcome to our
sunny clime!
FAMILY ACT: At Steven Brant's Bar Mitzvah reception, held at
the Diplomat Country Club, it looked like a meeting of the Alpha
Omega dental fraternity, with the Auxiliary also in attendance. (It's
lucky no one needed a dentist!) Steve, the number two son, really did
his mom and dad (Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence) proud, giving an exemplary
reading of the Haftorah. Of course, the whole family is really "show
biz." Ben. Dana, four-year-old Robert and even Grandma Alice Brooks
got into the act during the candle-lighting ceremony.
CONGRATS TO: Elaine and Danny Sales, whose son, Steven, is
engaged to Sheila Gartcnlaub of New York City Ann and Larry
Felton on becoming grandparents for the first time; their new baby.
Mickey, and his parents, Steven and Jean, are living in Staten Island,
where Steve is serving with the Coast Guard. Steve who has two more
years to serve, is a photographer; he graduated from the Rochester
Institute of Photography Kay and Harold Roaenfeld, who are cele-
brating their anniversary and Kay's birthday all on the same day!
BUSY LADY: Donna Rubin, (daughter of Adele and Dirk) has
been a very busy young lady lately, changing "hats" many times. A
college girl, she has been winning cups and honors with her horse, a
well-known champion and pet throughout Florida named "Fingers
Crossed." who has been entered in many shows and jumping contests.
Now into boutiques. "Sweet Fanny Adams," Donna loves the whole
scene.
(O.MINGS AND GOINGS: It really appeared that the North
Shore Optimist Club took over the Britannia Hotel in Paradise Island
last weekend there were so many localites there. But they had a good
reason, since it was the annual installation event. Enjoying themselves
were the Julie Lidskys, Norman Rustes, Joe Friedmans, Sy Howards
and Norman Gersons Helen and Seymour Sommerstein and their
friends, the Hornsteins. are back from their trip to the Scandinavian
countries. The Sommertcin children. Barry and Lorrie,, are both in
New Orleans; Barry is attending Tulane University, Lorie is enrolled at
its slater institution. Sophie Newcomb College Gloria and Ron
I'.illot went to Las Vi gas and I^ake Tahoe to attend a tire convention;
their daughter. Stephanie, is on the Jordan Marsh Teen Board, and
Janie is a cheer leader at Miami Beach High School The Lifters
(Anita and Bennett) hack from Russia with their teenagers. Nancy
and Danny i the little ones were left at home). Danny, incidentally, is
ranked as a seeded tennis player in the state.
HOME AGAIN: Lil rnd Stan Garlirz. son Jay. and Lil's dad. Ben
Cold, have all returned from a 23-day tour of Israel. Lil. a member of
the Designer's and Decorator's Guild, says, "Israel is an exciting new
country and must be teen ma le U9 n!! very proud of our heritage"
. Martha and Larry Zeisei dieting since thoir return from Portugal
and Spain loved eery mouthful of food and wine plus people and
countryside.
Bronze Sculpture
To Be Dedicated
At Beth Torah
A bronze sculpture by local art-
ist Ruth (Mrs. Arthur) Present
will be dedicated during Yizkor
Memorial services at Beth Torah
Congregation Saturday morning.
The service, to be conducted by
Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz and Can-
tor Jacob B. Mendelson, will also
include a special memorial for the
died in the hoiorau't.
The sculpture, which has been
nlaced o" the ro Harold Wolk Religious School on
163rd St. contains a bronze plaque
with the inscription.
"The souls of six million Jews
cry remembrance while
challenging humanity and
seeking redemption."
Mrs. Present, who studied art in
New York and Puerto Rico. said.
"My travels in Europe and Israel
heightened my religious convic-
tions and gave me the impetus for
this sculpture." She has titled her
work "Reborn."
Skill-Fair 72 A Feature
Of Employ Handicapped Week
Skill-Fair
sponsored by
Dade's Employ the Handicapped
Committee and Metro's Office of
Community Activities for Employ-
ment of the Handicapped in co-
operation with the Rotary and Ki-
vvnnis Clubs of Miami, will be a
feature of National Employ the
Handicapped Week (Oct. 1-7).
Skill-Fair '72 whose aim is to
give help to employers and handi-
capped job applicants alike, will be
a two day event Oct. 5 and 6 at
the Everglades Hotel between 11
a.m. and 3 p.m. according to
Charles Francis, chairman.
Beth Torah Sisterhood To
Hold Boutique Brunch'
Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood of
Beth Torah Congregation will hold
a "Boutique Brunch." Tuesday at
11 a.m. in the home of Mrs. Mor-
ton Reiss, 1835 NE 187th St.
"The brunch is open to both
members and non-members of Sis-
terhood," says Sisterhood presi-
dent Arlene Siesser and "will fea-
ture cuisine prepared by Sister-
hood members, and a display of
some of the gifts and fashion items
available in the Beth Torah Gift
Shop. Hostess for the day is
Rochelle Baltuch.
Dessert Card Party
A dessert card party was to be
held by the Eleanor Roosevelt
Group of Hadassah on Thursday,
at 6:30 p.m. in the MarLen Audi-
torium. The social was to be spon-
sored by Mrs. Rose Sarrow and
Mrs. Sidney Rubman in honor of
the marriage of their granddaugh-
ter, with proceeds going to the
youth activities program.
Wometco Theatres
He did away
with
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women.
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vJewist rkridiar,
Page 7-C
[Hebrew Academy Women
Install Officers, Directors
Lorty-flve appointments to the
La.,' Miami Hebrew Academy
men's executive board were
MRS. LEONARD ADLIR
Iik-day evening during
ition dinner celebrating
1 ti in of the Academy's new
million Junior and Senior
!'. tilding at 2425 Pinetrco
IThe following officers were ap-
binted for the 1972-73 term: Mrs.
eonard Adler, president; Mrs.
tscph Shapiro, chairman of the
oani; and honorary presidents
Mrs. Ja?ob D. Kat/ and Mrs
Samuel Rosner,
Vice presidents are Mrs. Ga-
briel Deutsch, Mrs. Leonard Grit/
Mrs. Kmanuel Ungar, ani Mrs
George Feldenkrais.
Otlr-r officers installed Include:
Mrs. Julius Rosensteln, Mrs. S
Louis Schwartz. Mrs. Albert
Furst, M-f. M. J. Cohen. Mrs
Henry Stern, treasurer and fi-
nancial secre'ary: M"s. S:.-^on
Simovlc social secretary; Mrs.
Ra'ph Carmi, ehee committee co-
chairman; and Mrs. Sue Herman
and Mrs. Carl Brnndes, corre-
spondirg secretaries.
Others include membership co-l
chairmen Mrs. Irving Firtel, M -
Myron Greenberg and Mrs. Julio
(Rele.) SchmadoskL
i ': i chairmen arc
Mi 5. Isad re Spoltcr an1 Mi -
Hj lan Chabner, cochnirmai
Othc dir 'tors include M Carl
Bran I -. I cha'rman; Mrs
I se h Rci on ti lephone cochair-
man; Mrs, M irris Waldman, donor
n; Mrs, Sven Stausholm
.. 1st < Mrs. Samuel Reinhard
raffle chai man; Mrs. Jo h Ren-
hun, raffle cochairman; Mrs. Al-
bert Muskat, program chairman;
Mrs. Jcsenh Rackovsky, honorary
chaplain and treasurer; Mrs. Solo-
mon Schlff. chaplain; Mrs. Do-is
Ostrin. wording secretary; Mrs.
Rrrna-d Ede'stein. journal cha'r-
man; Mrs. Bessie Sussman. jour-
nal cochairman. and Mrs. Robert
Sehultz, historian. _____
Beth El Brotherhood Plans Gala Dinner
Rabbi Sanford M. Shapero will
preside at the induction ceremony,
and the entertainment will high-
light the music of Elaine and Les
The Rrothcrhood 3eth El, Hollywood, is ojiening the
1972-73 season with a gala instal-
lation dinner scheduled for Thurs-
day. Oct. 12. starting at 6:30 p.m.
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Rachline Exhibit
At Belli Sholom 523 Arthur Godfrey Rood, Miami Beach 532-8111
ipad of Munich Leon Ell's Topic
Leon J. Ell. Greater Miami civic
bder, author, and lecturer, will
the featured speaker at the
leeting of the Brandeis Zionist
Organization of Greater Miami
londay at 8 p.m. in the Wash-.
rton Federal Auditorium at 1133
lormandy Dr., Miami Beach. His
liibject will be "The Impact of
unieh on U.S. Relations with
reel."
Louis lloberman, president of
ho Brandeis Zionist group will rc-
ount some of his experiences vis-
iting the Jordan and Lebanese
lorries during his recent visit to
Israel as a delegate to the ZOA
[lancer Unit Luncheon
Beacon Cancer Unit of Papani-
olaou Cancer Research Institute
ill have its monthly luncheon
Ind meeting Tuesday, at 11:30
fc.m. in the Sweden House Restau-
rant. 17985 Biscayne Blvd. Pro-
kram will include a book review.
president is Mrs. David Glickman.
national convention held in Tel
Aviv and Jerusalem.
The public is invited and there
will be no solicitation of funds.
Ezra Finegold is program chair-
man with Bernard Katz serving
as host during a L'Chaim in honor
of Simchas Torah.
'Brian's Song' Here
Two new films are opening this
Friday at Wometco Theatres here.
"Toys Are Not For Children" will
be on view at the Miami and
Coral Way Drive-In. and "Brian's
Song" at the Byron and 170t St.
Theatres Holdovers include "Blue-
beard" at the Carlyle, "Clockwork
Orange" at the Patio and '
Candidate" at the Normandy.
"Studies In Portraiture" by Les
l;\ Inp. well-known artist-por-
trait-photographer, will open with
a preview and champagne recep-
."ii ;;t 1! ; Ti n le '' th Sh
\Vedneda> hg fro n v:-'
to an annoMncement by
In |j Dru Ster, A i Salli ry direc-
i r.
Mr. Rachline, a resident '.' this
for 2 i yi ars, came here from
New Jersey. He c:\niel his B.A. '
in Fire Arts at New York Uni-
versity.
Mr. Rachline applies his art
backgi ounri to photography "He
takes a camera and paints a pic-
ture," according to Tony Scorna-
vacca, well-known artist.
During World War II, Mr. Rach-
iine photographed such notables
as Gen. Eisenhower. President Tru-
man and Prince Bernhard. Inclu-
ded in the current exhibit which
will run through 0?t. 25. are por-
traits of many well-known per-
sons some of whom will be pres-
ent at the premiere opening.
Film For Hadassah Group
The Stephen S. Wise Group of
Hadassah will meet in the Algiers
Hotel at noon Monday. Guest
speaker will be Mrs. Henry (Deb-
bie) Wernick. The film., 'The
Powei of the Pebble" will be
shown. M'-s. Rose Schiffman will
preside in place of Mrs. Gertrude
So'ria. president.
REV. HARRY KAHN AND HIS FAMILY
wish to express their appreciation
for the many condolences sent by their
friends at the time of the passing of
HAHNA KAHN
Beloved Wife, Mother, Grandmother and
Great Grandmother
you ars
getting married...
This basket hold*
Information and
gifts especially
helpful for you.
Call your
Welcome Wagon
hostess today.
Re-Elect JUDGE JOHN V.
FERGUSON
CIRCUIT COURT GROUP 32
Keep his EXPERIENCE WORKING
in the
Juvenile and Family Division
Pull Lever 14--E
751-2573
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WITH EACH INVITATION ORDER
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FOR STATE
REPRESENTATIVE
DEMOCRAT DISTRICT 102
"My heartfelt thanks goes to
the voters who took the time
on a very confused ballot to
give me their support. It is my
hope to get your continued support
on Tuesday, October 3rd
, .TED COHEN
Fd. Pol. Adv.


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>Ji- m ist fk rid!fan
Friday Sepien.be: 29 Un
Lanv and Jeffrey Friedman, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Friedman, are pictured during a tree-planting ceremony in
the Sanhedrian Forest near Jerusalem.
Friedman Presents Paper
At International Meeting
Howard A. Fric-rlman and his
family recently returned from a
month-long stay in Israel and the
United Kingdom.
Mr. Friedman, a member of
the board of directors of the He-
brew Academy of Greater Miami
and a meteorologist with the Na-
tional Oceanic and Atmospheric.
Administrations INOAA) Re-
nearrh Flight Facility 1RFF1 h"re
in Miami, presented an Invited
FARBAND ZIMRAH
CHORUS
First Rehearsal with
Composer
SHMUEL FERSHKO
Monday, October 2nd, 8 P.M.
at Ida Fisher High School,
14th Street and
Pennsylvania Avenue
Room 126
NEW SINGERS ACCEPTED
pai>cr at the Society of Engineer-
ing Sciences' first international
meeting in Tel Aviv. His pres-
entation, co-authored by Howard
J. Mason. Jr.. director of the
NOAA KFF, was entitled. 'The
17* of Airborne Sensor Systems
for Km ironmental Monitoring."
During their stav In Ismel, the
FriedmuH insnected sclent fie fa-
cilities at Tel A\iv llnive"ity. the
Teehnim and the Hebrew Uni-
versity,
One of the hi [hl'.ght" of their
tour "as the n'nnting of tree- ii.
cooperation with the Kern Ktve-
meth Leisroel in the Sanhedrian
'.",,... t n* or tovucntoTi.
Nesbitt Presents
r A 820.000 Cheek
For Scholarships
Fred Nesbitt, former senior
judge of the Miami Beach Munici-
pal Court who is a candidate for
the Group 5 County Court, seat
beinc contested In Tuesday's elec-
tion, has presented a S20 000 check
to the Israel Community Consult-
ant as a donaton to the Israeli
government to be used for scholar-
ships for American youth.
The contribution, which repre-
sents half of the funds made avail-
able to the State of Israel for
scholarship purposes by the es-
tate of his father, the late Samuel
Nesbitt, was made by Fred Nes-
bitt as administrator.
Mr, Nesbitt, whose father was
-\ well-known Hebrew scholar and
whose grandfather was a famous
-anto-- in Russia, declared that the
contribution was consistent with
the heritage of his family and ;
their concern for the State of'
Israel, and added. 'The State of '
Israel ciies for American youth. ,
and this contribution in my fath- ;
er's memory will help young
Americans stay in Israel and un-
derstand the heritage of the Jew- !
Ish neople."
Chorus Rehearsal Set
First rehearsal of the Farband i
/imiah Chorus, under the direc-
, *ion of ronvKi-i r -Shmucl Fershko
| will he held Monday at 8 p.m. in
r. in I2fi of the Ida M. Fischer
Junior High .School. Miami Beach.
Mew singers will be we'eome.
Photo shows, from left to right, the Mesdames Mum*
Cohen, re-enrollment chairman; Hyman Chabne:, memo;-,
ship vice president; Leonard Wolpe, national board mer.-
ber; Emanuel Mentz, president, and Jack Miller, rr.emfca;.
ship coordinator, who headed the Miami Beech Chap*:
of Hadassah tribute to membership at the Miami Bee:;.
Auditorium Monday. A fashion show by Richa:cs Depcr-
ment store supervised by Dan Fitzgerald was present*!
Mrs. Wolpe was the guest speaker.
Games Tournament Tuesday
tournament nt the "< nple, n
SW 8th St.. begini ,t 8 dJ
The Si>terhood of Temple Bethl^jj, tem,,|e ... <.--.<
Tov will hold its annual games members participant c
Hi
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-4859
To UK. Estate or
MORRIS EDWARD HARRIS
a k/a MORRIS !:. HARRIS,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors hih! All Pernon* Hav-
inj Claims or Demand* Against Bold
Mate:
You are h*-rehy notified anl re.
<|Blri.l In prowowl anv -4-- ?,-. :
man'JK which you may have annlnst
the etan- of Moulds KliUAKU
HARRIS, a/k/a MORRIS E ll.Ui-
HIS decoaaed late >,- ra>",,- County,
Kloridu. t*> the County Judges .,f Dade i
fourtiy. Mid file the sitnt- hi duplicate '
end an provided in BeeUfAi 7M 16,
Ki.ri.in Statutes, In their offices In j
the (*ouni> Cowrtfceoee in Dade Coun-
ty, Klorlda, within wlx caleiHlar
months from the lime ,.r tin- I
pabiiiaiinn hereof, or the same will
be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida,, thix Zt day
of September, ad wit,
Bernice ll. ProiMtetn
Daniel k. Froroatefn
QeorSje J. Tallinn.ff I
k As LCxccutora
?irsi publication or ibis notice on <
the .; day of September, 1ST],
TAlJA.Ni IKK HADElt
Attorney for Kxeeuior.-.
<"'j Unootn Kund
Jllami Beach, Klorlda
B :"' l 8-13-SD
MEYER BRILLIANT
COUNTY JUDGE
* Endorsed By *
MAYOR CHUCK HALL
MAYOR DAVID KENNEDY
CONGRESS Of SENIOR CITIZENS
pd. pol. adv.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
, DADE CSUNTV, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-4933
JOHN rt. BLANTON
IN RE: Kstale 01
PKAK1. SCHMISKI.
Deoeased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To aii Credltm-a un ing Claim* or Demunda AkhIiimi Bald
JBKtaie:
You are hereof notified mid r-
qjMred to preaenl an) clalnu and de-
mands which you iii.ij have amUnal
the estate of l'KWtl. Ki'HMISKI. lie.
oeHsed late of Dade County, Klorlda,
to the Counly futile* ul j ....". i ouili),
and file the sunn- ir duplicate and aii
provided In fi itloti 7S3.I*, I-'l.irnl.i
Staiutea, In Ihejp office* in Hie Coun-
ty t'ourtlious. in Dude County, Klor-
lda. wilhin six enlene-ir m"ihv from
h.- time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be Barred
Ihlted fit .Miami, Florida, tins Jiilli
day of September, A D, 1972.
SKI..UA N. RASKIN
As Executrix
Kirst publication of this notice on
the l'!'Ui ilav of September, IH73.
BAXTERS KKIKDMAN
M75 N i: ISSrd Streei
Horth .Miami Beach, Florida
North .Miami Beach. Kl"r' w (9 I" 1-11-Xt
I FOUGHT FOR YOU IN DADE -
I Will FIGHT FOR YOU IN TALLAHASSEE
(Mb)
Pat
Tornillo
No roads lead to Dade County.
You face traffic jams every
day. When $60 million in
state road funds were distributed,
Dade didn't get a dime.
I wHI fight to bring Dade
its fair share
of road dollars.
FOR STATE REP. DIST. 103
Endorsed by Transport Workers Union local HI, AFl-CIO
Pd. Pol. Mr,
The people voted
COMMISSIONER ED
FOGG
FIRST IN THE PRIMARY
Now three of the people
who were in that race
(yes, the people who know
both candidates best)
ENDORSE COMMISSIONER
ED FOGG
ALAN C. STEWART
EUGENE W. DOW
JEROME M. BOHNE
ELECT COMMISSIONER
FOGG
Countyw.de
LEVER 27H


day
Sec^mber 29, 1972
*Janf$i) Mcridfra/r:
Page 9-C
Voposed Amendments Will
Update The City Charier
IK. ng up-to-dat<
V, ir more modern govern-
i machinery," according to
Lmj Vice Mayor Rose Gordon,.
Israeli Travelers Advised
To Conceal Their Identities
TEL AVIV JTAl Israel;
travelers returning from abroad
reported that they had boon ad-
vised by several airlines al var-
ious European airports t<> re-
frain from convening in Hebrew
and to otherwise conceal their
identity, as a security measure
against terrorists.
includes direct lines of authority between
the City Attorney and others rep-
resenting the city in eases at law.
11 nfflffiljlr""** N"- ;i holds the pos.-
,l,v Gordon made that observa-i sibility of ravings in the city's In-
,; a discussion of three suranco program by setting up a
the Oct. 3 ballot for Mi-' self-insurance and Insurance com-
l -. The proposed amend-: mittec. This amendment, if passed.
Lj ,,uld. in effect, up c-tj charter in areas of in- i program from trust funds other
legal services and com-, than the insurance trust fund.
hi:-ive planning. I "All throe amendments are in
nent No. L the "Modem ; the nature ol technical changes to
,. amendment, would au-|help bring Miami's city charter
up-to-date." Vice Mayor Gordon in effect at installations abroad.
;>ointed out. -------------------------------
"Those amendments do not rep- ...
resent drastic policy changes," WHaMI UMMMM
she said, "and I do not foresee ', Ruth L. Sutton, a Justice of the
|;ll
iru
Btl
I ''
Ml"
i
he City Commission to
.aids to Ijo concerned ex-
with planning. Section 72
charter now provides only
Planning and Zoning
About WH or that body'*
.. -i is required by zoning
As a consequence. Mi-
ban planning lags, said
mayor.
Intent No. 2, if approved
r..viorityofvotersonOct.3.|]
, ke possible more efficent,
,ic>s through the office ,
( Attorney by establishing
Games Marathon
Victor} Unit of the VVom-
. |.s ol the Papanicolaou
The travelers said the caution
was Riven only to Israeli trav-
elers and that many of them
accepted the advice and acted
accordingly. They also said they
had gained the impression that
tighter security meausres were
| any added expense to the taxpayer | Peace in thus area for the past 21
: from these improved programs to vears is a candidate for County
serve all our citizens. ,
Judge. Group 8. She ixxnts to her
Copies of tlv three proiMxod ., r ,,, .
har.e, amendments are avail-1f,ne record of fa"hful scm,v as
| able at the City Clerk's Office in IP0* "' her qualifications, and
urges voters to pull Lever 19-F.
It :
Research Institute will
lunch and a games mara-
Monday at the New Eng-
..\v Bar. During the meet-
kets for the unit's "Day at
s." slated for Oct. 25 at
Race Track, will be avail-
tic Club Season Set
e Beth Tov Sisterhood
hold its first general meet-
the new club season Thurs-
8 p.m. The program was to
It a Special tribute to Mrs.
Pliskln, Sisterhood presi-
rhe occasion of her birth-
SUCCAHS 'AVAILABIE'
AT KOSHER DRIVE-INS
sher drive-ins, with a
ih yet?
'ill's what Kosher King
If?.' .iy restaurants adver-
|t.' in New York last week.
|B" the New Rochelle aild
:lyn drive-ins listed
uccah available." The res-
I' ints are supervised by
I' 'nion of Orthodox Jew-
Congregations,
They claim to lie the first
Ik : !..'. -ins in the na-
ELECT
Judge
Ruth L.
SUTTON
*6*
County Judge
Group 8
"Her fine record and faithful service
21 years as Justice of the Peace*
is proof of her qualifications"
PULL LEVER 19-F
i-.i Pol. Adv.
MAKE PAT TORNILLO YOUR STATE REP. -
HE'S A FIGHTER!
Pat
Torn.Ho
endorsed
by
MIAMI NEWS
NORTH DADE JOURNAL
MIAMI BEACH SUN-REPORTER
Dade County Federation of Labor, AFL CIO
Organization of Concerned Citizens
for Better Government
Political Action Committee of Dade County
Council for Senior Citizens
Ministers-Laymen Voter Registration
Committee of Dade County
Tree of Italy Society, Inc.
Transport Workers Union, Local 291 AFL CIO
Latin-American Coalition of Dade County, Fla.
Dade County Classroom Teachers' Association
Dade Better Government League, Inc.
International Brotherhood of Electrical
Workers, Local 349
Florida Legislative Boards of Railroad
Brotherhoods
United Transportation Union, Florida
State Legislative Board
AND Mayer Robert Hough Maurice Ferre Bill McDonald
State Rep. Talfaet (Sandy) D'Alemberte Mayor David
Kennedy A. L. "Doc" Karsten State Sen. Sherman Winn
larry Newell, Vice President, Florida Young Democrats.
LEVER 4-B
f. I P"l .VI v
COUNTY COURT JUDGE GROUP 7 LEVER 18F
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*Jenisti FtcrMian
Friday September
29,137}
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He is a aood Temple member, lives an exemplary life, is a devoted husband and father.
But he is neglecting an important moral obligation.
i
He has not yet made his cemetery arrangements. Like other
moral and spiritual obligations, these arrangements must
not be forgotten. By planning ahead,decisions can be made
calmly. They can be made without emotional pressure.
They can be made wisely, and they can be made together
as a family. If you have not yet fulfilled this obligation to
your family, we urge you to do so now. In this way. you
can be certain that your family will not suffer needlessly.
we mvnt you ro see our bronze memorials by gorham,
MASTER CRAFTSMEN IN SILVER AND BRONZE


MIAMI'S MOST BEAUTIFUL EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH CEMETERY
5505 Northwest 3rd Street Phone 261-7612
.


September 29, 1972
+Jewi$ti FkridHaun
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(A/hat 9 ^~,oohing
fev III Til SIRKIS
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-- ..^4. .
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(Oupyrlgrht l*T2, N-wisli Telpfrraphli A|teiu-y)
,i dash of spice can do to a dish is unbelievable. A
and uninteresting dish can be transformed into an exotii
idding spices and herbs. On a recent trip to India
- with the artful use of seaso Ings. The Indian
very simple and basic Ingredients into a Maha-
a*t, Sack home I experimented with some recipes thai
. led there, and was delighted with every <>ne of them,
. ,, recipe for a vegetable dish, The familiar green beans
,ii! Oriental specialty which can be savored hoi or cold.
SPICY VEGETABLE DISH
frrah green beans
tbls, oil
:_ onion, chopped
!.-'. sail
dash black pepper
, ,i .in the Mans, renw
h pie
Frj the onion in the oil in a big skillet until just golden
Add the reasoning and stir for one minute. Add the cut
md fry, stirring constantly for about ti\,- minutes.
e Ih LOCOi ut, cover the skillet, reduce the heat and
ninutes. Drizzle lemon Juice, 'taste and add more
Si rve hot, warm oi cold.
1 tsp. curry powder
dash coriander
2 tbls. ground coconut
2 tbls. lemon juice
the ends and the String, cut into
at home is more economical than buying cakes al
ukel or bakery. Just compare prices of Hour, eggs
isic baking ingredients to the prices of cakes, and
I] note a big difference. Baking at home can also give
ut satisfaction and accomplishment, and at the same
!. .sines the nutritious quality ol the Ingredients which went
. c ike To those of you who are either inexperienced
i or an reluctant to undertake complicated procedures,
an easy-tc-make coffee cake. It is almost fool-proof, takes
hoiv 'ban 10 minutes to put together bakes nicely without
o) Hopping, and tastes delicious. The cake has sour
in it. which gives a velvety texture. It stays fresh and
for several days, and Ls perfect for serving any time, from
last to midnight snacks.
COFFEE CAKE
a king powder
|sli sail
margarine (or butteri
sugar
l t~n. vanilla extract
1 pt. sour cream
For Garnish
Hi cup chopped nuts
1 tsp. cinnamon
2 tbls. sugar
|Grea>e a medium baking pan. Heat the oven to 330 degrees
I
I Iho flour, salt and baking powder in a bowl. In another
i i the margarine and sugar. Add the eggs and continue
it-, until the mixture is smooth. Add the Hour and sour
| alternately, stirring after each addition.
I the sugar, chopped nuts and cinnamon in a separate
. I'm about halt oi the batter in the baking pan and sprinkle
half o' the nut mixture. Spoon over the rest of the batter
|; : inkle the nuts on top.
for about 50 minutes until the cake becomes brown
i wooden toothpick comes out dry if inserted in the center.
warm, or store tightly covered in the refrigerator.
NOODLE RING
Je.vish food" is synonymous, to me ai least, with good.
Ti... delicious, moist, and wholesome food. It may not be as
hi-'., ated as the French food, or as complicated as the
. bui u is the kind of food that promises to be very
A able. Maybe we like Jewish food so much because it re-
ps us of mother's (or grandmother's I kitchen, a place lull ol
. aromas, offering tasty snacks, satisfying meals, and
Uy baked goodies. And then, maybe we like it because Jew-
Ifood i- generally made of basic, nutritiously sound ingredi-
.. necessarily the most expensive ones), like milk prod-
k vegetables, fish and low-price,! meats. One thing Is certain:
fell rood Is always made with care and love, the most tm-
Ttant ingredients in any recipe.
I The recipe here, a typical one, is made of noodles, eggs, sour
9'' nuts and raisins, it yields a delicious noodle-bake, I" be
led as a cake or luncheon dish,
|OZ. wide noodles 2 eggs
"'. BOfl butter 1 '*!' vanilla extract
I fup sugar l tsp. cinnamon
cup raisins 1 pt- sour cream
I'tr. chopped nuts
lCook the noodles in a big pot with sailed water for about
P: unites, just til! they are tender. Drain the water, using a
kder; add the butter to the noodles and toss lightly to cover
,- a film of fat. (This avoids sticking.!
Mix the eggs and sour cream and add t,> the noodles. Then
Jthc rest of the ingredients and mix till there are no more
|is of the eggs or cream.
Grease a medium-sized tube-pan lyou may also use a square
and transfer the mixture into it. Bake III a .'!.">() degree
pnheil oven for about 40 minutes, or until the noodle-bake
l^ to brown and the sauce around the nootHes becomes solid,
'an knife Inserted in it should come out dry. For a browner.
Kt bake bake for another 10-;."S minutes.
Remove trom oven, cool slightly and remove from pan into
v'ing pun,. You may sprinkle the top with additional oinna-
Serve warm or cold. The noodle-rim; stays fresh if kept
ljF Covered in the refrigerator for two or three days
Mrs. Baxter Named To Head Committee
Irving Canner, finance vl pres-
idenl of the Hillel Communit] Daj
School, has announced the ap-
pointment ol Mrs. Harvey Baxter
is chairman ol the third annual
UAncr-dance io be held at the
Rd n Km n rfr-l SnWfcfav el* SI ;
No' is. Dancing In the Cotillon
Room ol the hotel will follow a
cocktail hour and dinner.
Mrs. Baxter, whose husband Is
legal ad vis u of the school, re-
in mber Ol the National Council of
Jewish Women, ORT and repre-
- -ut- Hillel ai tb Women's l ivis-
lon ol the Greater Miami Federa-
ion
Si i iiu; i\ it!i Mrs. Baxter on the
-danc.....i. nittee are Mrs.
M i Drucker, Mrs. Herb 11 .id,
centlj assumed the position ol Mrs. l-ee Duffner and Mrs. Mar.
'1,.. |1TI Ch
IF YOU EVER
Have a Rightful Cause in Court
You Would Want a Judge Like
BASKIN
QUALIFIED AND CAPABLE
Natalie Baskin recognizes court cases as important mat-
ters to individuals. She is pledged to speedier justice for
all...by improving efficiency, eliminating delays and "fa-
voritism", and insisting on proper preparation by attorneys
on both sides.
A trial lawyer, experienced in civil, criminal and appellate
cases, she actively practices before the U.S. Supreme
Court, the U.S. Court of Appeals, the U.S. District Court,
and at all levels of Florida state courts.
NATALIE BASKIN ENDORSED BY
THE MIAMI HERALD W*^"-'"1
"THE BAD GUYS GET ELECTED IF
GOOD PEOPLE DON'T VOTE
. highly regarded in judicial circles. Her opponent, Ralph
Ferguson, was a JP for 12 years. A higher court in 1970 asked
the Grand Jury to investigate his granting of bail bond reduc-
tions to narcotics suspects. In 1971 the Grand Jury asked Gov.
Askew to halt "the reprehensible practice" of Ferguson's rubber-
stamp warrants."
ENDORSED BY
WILLIAM C. MARTIN and WARREN S. WEPMAN, former candi-
dates in this race thank their many friends and urge them to join
in supporting and voting for Natalie Baskin.
CIRCUIT JUDGE
Group 8
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*Jfem'$#? ftorkMian
Friday September;
UNDER THE STRICT AND CONSTANT LOCAL RABBINICAL SUPERVISION OP RABBI TIBOR H. STERN
plCOGsdYc &ivc th( eesi 5ui>"
meat andYpoultry
TISHRI 22-23
5733
SAT. SUN.
SEPT. 30th-OCT. 1st
1972
J hanhs Jo our c/flaMW jrriends and \-~*ustomers
for their patronage, mau we wish uou ana your family
contentment, good health, and the fulfillment of your
deepest wish in life.
In Observance of Succoth All Food Fair Kosher Markets Will
Be Closed Saturday and Sunday, September 30th and October 1st
WE URGE YOU TO DO YOUR SHOPPING EARLY
SO THAT WE MAY SERVE YOU BETTER
KASHRUTH SUPERVISION
REV, JACOB B. KATZ, Ass't Director
REV. WILLIAM SHULMAN
^'^^C^a^*^^
WHOlESAIi KOSHER MEAT AND POULTRY WAREHOUSE
Mm Managers: SJNNY and JACK
DEPARTMENT MANAGERS
MORRIS GROGCt HARVEY MEYERS $01 SIGEl
Supervisor PHILIP KAYZ
AL WAGNER
NOW 4 KOSHER MEAT and POULTRY MARKETS TO SERVE YOU BETTER
2091 Coral Way, Miami 163rd Street Shopping Center 19th Street at Alton Road iQth Street & Washington
Ave'
MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS YOUR EXTRA BONUS AT FOOD FAIR
Stttfea^zu