The Jewish Floridian

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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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'Jewish Flor xdian
Combining THt JfW/SH UNITY and THE WISH V/MLY
[45 Number 40
Miami, Florida Friday, October 6, 1972
Two Sections Price 25c
itate Dept. Studying Oil Proposals
klNGTON (JTA) A
1 ment spokesman
I .1 "interesting sug-
fiin offer by Saudi Ara-
antee the United
uninterrupted flow of
turn for certain trade
5, T le o;r was made
d Zaki Yamani,
Minister of Petrol-
eum who addressed the annual
conference of the Middle East
Institute here over the weekend.
State Department spokesman
Charles Bray ..id that Yamani s
peach was being "studied" !>ut
that to his knowledge no offer
h been made directly to the
United States.
The Saudian minister said
that in exchange for a guaran-
teed oil flow his country would
ask that its oil be admitted
duty-free and that it be allowed
to invest in the U.S. oil industry,
from transport and refining
down to the running of local
gas stations.
James K. Akins. director of
the SUite Department's Office
of Fuels and Energy said that
the Saudian Minister had made
"an extremely important pro-
posal" that should he carefully
considered liy the United States,
which until recently was self-
sufli.lent in oil, hut has now
become the world's largest pe-.
Military Alert Continues;
rians Massed On Border
ILEM (JTA >Israeli
; that the m;li-
ol alert in Syria is
but that the Soviet
military hardware to
try appears to have
ic airlift lasted 4 or 5
veral planes landing
- each day. Ea^h of
the planes was capable of carry-
ing a payload of 80 tons, the
sources said.
Syrian Army units have con-
centrated on the Israeli border,
apparently in anticipation of an
Israeli attack although Israel
has done nothing to give Syria
grounds to fear an attack, the
ut To Establish Mortgage Fund
YORK (WNS) Histadrut is planning to establish a
mortgage fund for the financing of 5.000 housing units
Israeli couples, according to Yehoshua Lavy, Histadrut
Dr. Sol Stein, president of the American-based Founda-
ised participation in this venture by American donors.
iples are the hardest hit by the current housing shortage
se it is d:fticult for them to obtain reasonable
I rates. !
Agency To Implement Diehter Report
bSALEM (WNS) -Louis A. Plncus, Jewish Agency chair-
b ;:. 1 (I this week that steps are being taken toward imp'.e-
o! the report by Dr. Ernest Diehter on the agency's
particularly in connection with a'.iyah from the United
aUo denied rumors that the report was being shelved
, :t.s criti-ism of some aspects of the agency's work.
Bdemicians Among Recent Immigrants
I AVIV 1 WNS I No academicians were among the large
Soviet immigrants who arrived here last Friday. Aliyah
Attributed this rare situation to the recently imposed heavy
liiia's Onlv Shochet Dies
KABETH, N.J. (WN.'J) Rabbi Pinchas Teirz, former
[of the presidium of the Union of Orthodox Rabbis of the
flat, a and Canada, reported this week that the only shochet
k Lithuania died a few days before Rosh Hashanah, leaving
(trained to replace him. The shochet, was was identified as
facov." was based in Vilna, according to Lithuanian sources.
. Liberia Sign Agreement
Sl'SALEM (JTA)Israel and Liberia have signed an
.ent several days ago in which each country grants the other
Iding rights in their airports. The agreement will enable El
ben a projected route to South America via Monrovia, the
I of Liberia. The document was signed by the acting minister
Imerce and industry of Liberia and Pinhas Rodan, Israels
^ador to Monrovia.
Nathan Announces Plans
^lSTERDAM (JTA)Abbie Nathan, who flew a single-
plane from Israel to Egypt in 1956 in a one-man attempt
-ure peace between the two countries, announced here that
f s to sail his "Peace Shin" from New York to extraterritorial
I between Tel Aviv and Port Said and keep it there unti
comes to the Middle East." The ship, which he plans to sail
the end of the year, will be equipped to broadcast Israeli ana
tews,
sources said. Rcjxirts from
Damascus and Beirut that Israel
was massing troops on the Sy-
rian line have been denied and
correspondents were urged to
visit the Golan Heights to see
for themselves.
Meanwhile, reports from the
Golan Heights said that a sig-
nificant movement of troops and
equipment is visible along the
Syrian border, with reinforce-
ments |>ouring in. This reported
movement may be connected
with reports spread by Syria
and the Soviet Union, of an im-
minent Israel attack on Syria-
Israeli sources said they had
no information as to whether
the Soviet airlift to Syria was
accompanied by Soviet military
personnel. There are presently
about 1,000 Soviet military per-
sonnel stationed in Syria.
A Soviet naval presence has
also been observed in the Syrian
Continued on Page 5-A
trolcuni importer and is relying
Increasingly on Middle East oil
as Venezuelan reserves dwindle.
The Saudian offer was seen as
aiming to allay American fears
about the long term reliability
of Saudi Arabia and other Arab
countries as a major source of
fuel for this country.
Ambassador Bush Told to
Keep Heat On At The U.N.
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
Cabinet committee appointed by
President Nixon Sept. 25 to con-
sider effective means of combat-
ting the problem of international
terrorism held its first meeting
Monday under the chairmanship
of Secretary of State William P.
Rogers.
State Department spokesman
Charles Bray reported after-
wards that Mr. Rogers in-
structed Ambassador George
Bush, the U.S. representative to
the United Nations, to "keep the
heat on" at the U.N. with re-
spect to the terrorist issue. Mr.
Bush was also instructed to
move in the General Assembly's
Sixth (Legal) Committee for a
draft convention to combat ter-
rorism and another to safeguard
diplomats and government of-
ficials abroad, Mr. Bray said.
The meeting was attended by
Secretary of Defense Melvin
I.aird, Attorney General Richard
Kleindienst, Transportation Sec-
retary John Volpe, CIA director
Richard Helms, Joseph J. Sisco,
Assistant Secretary of State for
Near Eastern Affairs. L. Patrick
Gray, the acting director of the
FBI, and White House assistant
John D. Ehrllchman.
Mr. Rogers named a specialist
on the Middle East. Ambassador
Armin Meyer, to serve as spe-
cial assistant to the committeee.
Mr. Meyer, a former ambassa-
dor to Tokyo, s|>ent most of his
career in the Middle East and
is presently serving as a special
assistant to Mr. Sisco.
Mr. Bray said that in keeping
with the Administration's view
that "any nation that is a haven
for outlaws should be outlawed
by the civilized community,"
the United States is seeking to
have the International Civil
Aviation Organization (ICAO)
convene a plenary meeting to
consider sanctions against na-
tions aiding aeiial hijackers.
Egypt, USSR
Seek Limited
Agreement
JERUSALEM (JTA) Is-
raeli sources say that Egypt and
the Soviet Union are seeking a
limited agreement based on their
mutual self-interest but are not
likely to resume the strong ties
that formerly existed between
Cairo and Moscow.
The sources were comment-
ing on the forthcoming visit to
Moscow by Egyptian Premier
Aziz Sidky, which was arranged
by President Hafez Assad of
Syria on his recent visit to Mos-
cow.
Sldkv's visit beginning Oct.
16, will be the first high-level
contact between Egypt and the
Soviet Union since President
Anwar Sadat ousted Soviet mili-
tary personnel from Egypt last
June.
Israeli sources said Egypt
wants to preserve some limited
relationship with Moscow to as-
sure the continued availability
of Soviet arms and spare parts.
The Russians, on the other hand,
regard a limited accord with
Egypt as essential to their con-
tinued use of Egyptian port fa-
cilities for the Soviet Mediter-
ranean fleet.
Police Crack Down On
JDL, Detain Kahane
TEL AVIV 1 JTA The new
get-tough policy toward the
Jewish Defense League re-
mains in force this week as
police continue their investiga-
tion of arms smuggling by the
JDL.
The League's leader, Rabbi
Meir Kahane, remained under
detention at police headquarters
in Rishon Lezion pending a de-
cision over whether to lodge
formal charges against him.
Yosef Schneider, the JDL's
secretary in Jerusalem, was re-
manded for eight days by a Tel
Aviv magistrate and police ar-
rested another JDL member,
Vladek Hochhauser, who is im-
plicated in the smuggling opera-
tion
According to police Mr.
Schneider, a recent emigre from
Russia, may be the key figure in
the JDL's attempts to smuggle
weapons and ammunition out of
the country for a private war
against Arab terrorists. Police
said that all the evidence so far
pointed to him.
Mr. Schneider and Rabbi Ka-
hane were both picked up by
police early Sunday morning.
According to Israeli law they
can be held for 48 hours without
filing charges.
Police are also holding Shlomo
Tidhar, a member of the Betar
Youth Movement, whose name
was found inside the crate of
weapons seized at Lod airport
last week as it was about to be
smuggled out of the country.
Amitai Paglin. 50, a former
Irgun leader detained and later
released on bail, was remanded
for four days for his alleged role
in the smuggling. He is believed
to be the man who prepared the
arms shipment.
The JDL's involvement in the
aims smuggling was admitted
by Mr. Schneider at a press
conference shortly after Avra-
ham Hershkovits, 28, was ar-
rested at the airport with the
crate.
Rabbi Kahane subsequently
acknowledged that the JDL was
involved and offered to provide
information if the government
dropped all charges against JDL
members and Paglin. The gov-
ernment refused.
Police interrogators are said
to be determined to find out
where the JDL obtained the
arms, whether there are addi-
tional caches and to whom they
were consigned. Police said last
week that they had evidence
that the arms came from an
Army arsenal and that at least
two soldiers were involved in
their theft. But it is uncertain
whether the weapons were from
the Army or from an arma-
ments factory.


Page 2-A
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Friday, October 6, 1
Hebrew High School Begins
5733 With Twelve Branches
Win a veteran facility aTtfl \vitTi
a variety of innovations, the He-
brew High School of the Central
Agency for Jewish K'ducation be-
gan the current academic year of
5733 with branches in twelve con-
gregatkMM throughout the entire
Gre ter Miami area. Herbert Zvi
Berger, executive d rector of the
Central Agenc.' announced.
In Miami Beach, classes of the
hi^'h sch Temple Ner Tamid. Kneseth Is-
rael Congregation and at the He-
1'iew Academy.
In the North Dade area, groups
v ill meet <"t Temple Adath Yosh'.i-
r n. ('onsrciration P.'nai Raphael
and at the Young Israel S./nago-
I I
In the Sorthwest. classes will l'e
! lied at both the north and south
lies of, Beth David Congrega-
tion. Temple Zion, Temple Or
Tem; le Joloa and at Con-
ttion Ahavat Shalom.
I' is the unique background i>f
ledicated faculty, however.
provides the excellent qualitv
m" the program, I'.abbi Shimon
Azulav, hi'_'h school coordinator,
d. Co nil iea of origin or of
ly include the United
[SI a. I. ('alia ia.
S th America. Poland and H :s-
hili almost \i ;. member oi
II has attended one of the
-i ling Yeshivot, Teacher
[i ;t ons "i" Colleges
Jewish St-dies. here and
I
ing the faculty members
who will be continuing this year
are Benjamin Ben-Art, Aron Ben-
Aion. Zahava Sukenik. Shirley
Gt 38, Rabbi Samuel Mandelcorn
and Sholem Epolbaum. New fac-
ultv members will include Kliahu
Rivlin, Asher Meb.er. Zvi Sax.
El'ftwr Livnat and Rise Latids-
man.
As i>art of the new programs in-
stituted. Mr. Berger visited the
classes to convey to the students
his first hand impressions of the
transit camp in Vienna for the
Russian Jews who are emigrating
to Israel, which he visited this
summer duiing his I\uroi>ean Jew-
ish tour.
In addition to guest speakers
: who will visit the classes at fre-
quent intervals during the school
year, two weekend retreats are
' being planned for the classes, as
' well as Israeli dancing and sing-
: ing, courses in education for the
graduating classes, special holiday
'. celebrations, and the utilization of
i the latest texts from Israel
| throughout the entire program.
ADL Announces Multi-Media
Anti-Semitism Symposium
A detailed audio-visual briefing |
.t. anti-Semitism will be presented '
i at a "Multi-Media Symposium on ,
Jews. Judaism and Anti-Semit- ,
ism"', according to an announce- ;
ment made by the Florida office
of the Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith.
The 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sympo- '
slum will be held Thursday. Get
26. at the Dupont Plaza Hotel. Its
luncheon program will also include
a dramatic pictorial presentation ,
on Russia's anti-Semitic press
i ami aign. The morning and af-
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The Men's Club of Beth Torahl
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bership breakfast Sunday at 9:301
a.m. in the tcial hall. Honoreea a1 .
the event will he Sisterhood mem- j
bera and their husbands.
Dr. Max A. Lipschitz, spiritual I
leader of the congregation, whose i
discussion is entitled "The Jewish
Cycle of Life." will give both an-
cient and modern interpretations
of \arious Jewish rituals pertain-j
mg to birth and death, Bar Mitz-
vah and marriage.
ternoon sessions will feature ADL
audio-visual materials on various
aspects of Judaism and Jewish life.
"One of the League's primary
objectives as an educational agen-
cy is to bring the reality of Jews
and the Jewish experience, past
and current, to the attention of
the American people." said Jack
Kasaewitz, ADL board chairman.
"Our multi-media library of mate-
rials makes ADL a major resource
for teachers and organizations
which are engaged in educational
programs on Jewish themes."
The Symposium is designed to
!) of particular interest to religi-
ous school educators and organiza-
tional representatives interested In
Informative programming on
Jews. Judaism and anti-Semitism,
Reservations for the luncheon
briefings must be received by Oct.
23 and may be made by contacting
the ADL Office.
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Tridcr/, October 8. 1972
vJmisii Florid fan
Page 3-A
Joseph Brady To Receive
Shield of Israel Award
luppn Brady, business manager economy through Israel Bonds.!
(j1() "Bricklayers. Masons and and his leadership in Industry and
Ptastewrs Union Local 7, will re-j labor activities, is also active in'
nujch other causes as Cerebral
Palsy, Operation Self Help, men-
tal- health groups, and serves as
aJiwsASo1'.the LJ.'iuUb d Wei-,
fare Fund ol" Local 7.
Heads of unions from across the'
United States and labor officials
from Israel will honor Mr. Brady
at the community wide dinner.
Which also marks Israel's 25th
anniversary.
"The history of Israel reveals
that a progressive nation can be,
built on the principles of human]
rights and equality the same
principles that animate the Amer-
ican trade union movement." Mil-1
ton M. Parson, director of the1
Greater Miami Israel Bond Orga-
nization, pointed out.
Israel's Prime Minister Golda
Meir, and others who have pre-
ceded her in that office, he added.
have come to government from
I the ranks of tlhe labor movement.
(vivo Shield of Israel Award More than 1.000 locals, district
at a iJibor Management-Israel councils and international unions.
Dim* :' Slate, Nov. 21. at the I of the American trade union move-I
Hotel according to anlmont ha\e purchased millions ofi
announ.-emont made during a dollars of Israel Bonds it was
hinchew meeting of labor, man-j n ,( ,
and community leaders
tins v.- i at the Everglades Hotel.
Mi arly, who was chosen to
i ,,;,. the award liecause of his
autsl / work for civic causes,
his ir.'i "-t In bolstering Israel's
J0W>H BRADY
Brotherhood Slate
To Be Installed
The Brotherhood of Temple
Beth El, 1351 S. 14th Ave.. Holly-
wood, will hold its annual installa-
tion dinner at 6:.'!0 p.m. Thursday,
Oct. 12, in the temple's Tobin
Auditorium,
Rabbi Sanford M. Shapero, di-
rector, South Florida Federation
of Union of American Hebrew
Congregations, will in-tall the
new officers and Ixiard members
including Irving Green, president;
Milton Jacobs, executive vice
president; Edward Rose, vice
president; Sam Kremer. treasurer;
and Silas Gersmann. secretary.
Board members being installed
are Stanford Abram, Louis Davis,
Henry Eisenberg, Harry Finer,
Louis Goldstein, Dr. Stanley Har-
i is. Julius Hal|>crn. Max Jacobson.
David Megar, Wilhelm Meister.
Samuel Pollack. Louis Sahm. Leo
Salzstein, Jose p b Shmel/er.
Richard Siff. Dr. A. David Smith.
Norman Stein, bam vVeinstein.
Robei t Wyman.
Entertainment will be high-
lighted by Elaine and Les Wag-
man, who have performed in
numerous hotels and night clubs.
Because of limited facilities, res-
ervations must reach the temple
no later than Mondav noon.
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The regular meeting of the
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12, at f p.m. in the Bel Aire Hotel.
1(5:5 .Illns Ave.. Miami Beach.
' Entrrti .-iment will be the film
"Whii Way to the Front" star-
riii" J y Lewis and Jan Murray.
Tli. ib will hold its annual
|Thank' ring Dinner Thursday,
Nov. 1 at the Bel Aire Hotel.
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Friday, October 6, 1972
Volume 45
28 TISHRI 5733
Number 40 I
Total Dependence A Bad Policy
American Jewish leaders many of them supporters
of his are disturbed with the attitude taken by President
Nixon on the question of ransoming Soviet Jews.
The entire thrust of the Nixon foreign policy in recent
months should have made it clear that he intends to seek
peaceful co-existence with the Soviet Union, China and
other old enemies of his, even at the risk of alienating
Jewish voters concerned with the plight of the Russian
Jews.
According to press reports, the President has appealed
to his Jewish supporters for restraint and for a moratorium
on angry debate during the election campaign while he
engaged in quiet diplomacy with the Russians about the
problem. We would agree that the Jews of the Soviet Union
not become an issue or even pawns in the American
presidential election and that if quiet diplomacy can be
effective it certainly should be tried.
The problem is that, according to a report sent to the
White House and published in the Los Angles Times, it is
the conviction of the Soviet Jewish leadership that the
President's visit to Moscow was a "disaster" for them and
that there seemed to be more interest in selling wheat than
in protecting human rights and individual freedom.
What this really tells us if we must be told again
is that total dependence on heads of state is a grievous
policy which must be avoided. The only dependable allies
the Jews have are ourselves, for our foreign policy is based
on defense of our brothers wherever they may live. Presi-
dent Nixon, like other American presidents, is acting from
the conviction that he must do what he believes is best
for the United States, and he cannot be faulted for that.
Help For Those Who Need It Most
With only three months remaining until the 1972 cam-
paign comes to a close, the goal of S300 million in Israel
Bonds sales appears to be a possible achievement. The
final phases of the drive, launched during the High Holy
Days in cooperation with synagogues here and through-
out the nation some 800 in all gives every indication
of success.
The special conference of American Jewish leaders
which set the high sights for the Bonds drive placed great
emphasis on the need to aid the Soviet immigrants in
Israel as well as upgrade living conditions of disadvan-
taged families who, for too long in the opinion of many,
have been neglected by Jewish philanthropy.
While Bond receipts, as contrasted with the United
Jewish Appeal, are used to upgrade the economy of Israel
rather than in direct aid to people, the effect of a stronger
economy and meeting housing needs is to assist those
who need help the most
Award Stirs Memories
The award of the West German book publishers' an-
nual peace prize to "Janusz Korzak," the Polish Jewish
educator and writer born Henry Goldschmidt, has stirred
memories of the Warsaw ghetto martyr and called atten-
tion to the continuing plight of the few thousand remain-
ing Jews in Poland.
Director of the Warsaw orphanage, Mr. Goldschmidt
joined his staff and children on the road to extermination
at Treblinka. But before that final journey which he
might have escaped personally he left a heritage of
writing and philosophy in educating children which is
still recalled in his native land.
The extermination of millions of Polish Jews by the
Nazis and the most recent anti-Zionist campaign of their
Communist successors have left but few Jews in the land,
but their memory and influence are still strong.
WASHINGTON D.C. The
letter-bomb murder of an Is-
raeli diplomat in London, Dr.
Ami Shachori. could touch off
another round of Israeli repris-
als against the Arab terrorists'
headquarters in Lebanon. But
it probably will not do so. for
complex reasons that are worth
understanding.
LeAjTAf
by JOSEPH ALSOP
Lebanon, in brief |j an a-
tonishing human mosaic of
groups and cults, hold ,0eth '
in the main by the Lebanon
knack for profitable trade tha-
reaches back to the Biblical
time of Tyre and Sidon,
THERE ARE Maronite Chris,
tians, Sunni Muslims, shiah
Muslims, Druses and own peace.
ful little farm communities in
the mountains descended from
the once-dan gerous. heretiea;
Muslim cult that gave us our
word "as?assin."
All. of course, are Arabs
With the Arab propensity for
that sort of thing, ail would
be at each other's throats, if it
were not for a curious com.
promise worked out long, long
ago.
UNDER the compromise. Leb.
anon's president, now Suleiman.
Franjioh. is always a Maronite.
The prime minister, now Saeb
Salam, is always a Sunni. The
small army's chief of staff i
again a Maronite. But the army,
too. is carefully balanced. The
system works throughout the
whole government.
In all the Israeli reprisal raids
into Lebanon, terrorism by Pales-
tinian Arabs also harboring in
Ibanon has been the sole spur.
However, each raid and there
have been several important
ones over the years has beer.
(Contlnnod on Page 13-A)
.COMMENT
bv EDWARD (:
There was an interest.ng
switch from column 1 to column
8 (or vice versa, if you read that
way) one morning in the Herald
last week that intrigued me.
particularly because I had been
thinking of writing a column on
the Jewish poor.
In column 1, the lead story
began, "The key U.S. company
in this summer's huge and con-
troversial sale of grain to Rus-
sia is asking the Treasury to
forgive the taxes on half its
profits from the deal ." and
then went or; to state that Sen.
Russell B. Long (D.. La.) had
suggested to the Treasury that
this company and others like it
"are entitled to tax forgiveness
under the law."
OVER ON the other side of
the front page, in the story on
the Senate's Social Security and
welfare bill, was a paragraph
which stated that "If Finance
Committee Chairman Russell B.
Long (D.La.) can't get his own
tough 'workfare' proposals en-
acted, he will move to kill the
whole family-welfare section of
the bill .". I couldn't help
thinking of the button I saw
during the Democratic Conven-
tion last July: "Get the Rich Off
Welfare".
As this presidential campaign
moves on, it is becoming plain
that the once-heralded "Jewish
issue" is less concern over Israel
and Soviet Jews than concern
over economic status, an in-
terest shared with "middle
America". If such concern is un-
derstandable, if heated and
often erroneous statements are
made by Jews about those on
welfare, or in menial povertv-
line jobs, it hardly fits the tradi-
tional picture of the compassion-
ate Jew.
ACCORDING to a recent
New York Times lead storv.
problems of the city's Jewish
poor now held to number per-
haps 300.000. most of them
elderly have been stirring at-
tention for nearly two years.
Reports of local and Federal
agencies admit that existing
poverty structures largely failed
to include them in the past,
which is a kind of commentary
on the myths of Jewish af-
fluence and Jewish self-help that
have grown up around us and
can be checked locally for ac-
curacy any day on a visit to
South Beach.
The new rabbinic intern at
Temple Israel. Rabbi Robert
Orkand, delivered a Chapel ser-
mon at the Hebrew Union Col-
lege before coming here which
provides some insights worth
sharing. Pointing out that a
majority of Jewish families in
this country enjoy incomes
which place them solidly in the
middle class, as contrasted with
some 44 percent of the total
American population, at the
same time that some 30 million
are below the level of what is
considered the poverty line,
Rabbi Orkand said last May:
"YET, FOR some reason, the
Jewish community did not rec-
ognize the relevance of this
phenomenon to its own people.
Perhaps we began to believe
what the country as a whole be-
lieved; namely, that because we
were affluent as a group, all
Jews were affluent. It is diffi-
cult to explain why it took so
long for us to come to the reali-
zation that we. too, have our
Poor a situation which pre-
sents us with a new and urgent
challenge."
The challenge is, according to
him. a survey which reveals that
there are nearly 800.000 Jews
living at or below the poverty
level (it has even been suggest-
ed by one report that the figure
is closer to a million). And what
have we done in res| onse to the
Biblical injunction that "If your
brother becomes
not maintain himself with you
you shall maintain him ar.i
he shall live with >
David Polish, pn si lei I of the
Central Conference of .'.
Rabbis, is authority
statement that "We ha>
the Jewish poor out of sight an:
acted as though they didn:
exist".
THERE WAS a very moving
column by Anthony Lewis In
the Miami News a few weeks
back in which he wrote of the
Jewish vote as one that is
shaped by themes in the Jewish
consciousness. "It would be sur-
prising", he wrote if people
with such a tormented history
were to forget its significance,
and Jews on the whole certainly
do not indeed, remembrance
is one note in the observanceoi
the High Holy Days now taking
place." ta
Among the leading themes ne
cited was "compassion because
those who have lived as a nun
oritv for generations have a rea-
son "for sympathy with all min-
orities, with the poor and tne
weak and the alien."
BUT JUST the other day he
wrote another column f01
about Jews but all of America.
"There is something very
strange and disturbing W >
country: A deadened quality, an
end to caring."
Judaism, as I see it, has great
truths to teach about mans o
ligations to his neighbor
home as well as abroad
while there are many teacne
so many of us no longer
hear. In tuning out the sight
sound of America's |x>or.
have tuned out our own as
The end to caring poses a P*
er threat to Jewish survival tr*
any I can think of.


Friday, October 6, 1972
+Jewish Her idian
Sidney Gruber Named For
72 Human Relations Award
Community leader Sidney Gru-
ber has been named to receive the
1972 Human Relations Award of
The Society of Fellows of the An-
t.-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith, according to William M.
Alper. state chairman of The So-
ciety of Fellows.
The award will be presented at
the fourth annual dinner-dance of
The Florida Chapter of The Society
ol Fellows at the Eden Roc Hotei,
Nov. 11.
In making the announcement.
Mr. Alper said, "Sidney Gruber is
business leader whose deep sense
, | public responsibility and a sen-
s.liviiy t human needs has led
him through the years to commit
hia considerable energies and ta-
,nt< t" the improvement of inter-
group illations in our area."
Mr. Gruber is a member of the
board <>f directors of the world-
wide Heller International Corpora-
lion .mil president of the Walter
] Heller Company of Florida. He
- a founder member of the Mt.
P.nai Medical Center, and was ap-
ted by the governor of the
Male of Floiida to the Council of
100.
Prior recipients of The Society
of Fellows' Human Relations
Award were Miamians Leonard L.
Abess, Sam A. Goldstein, and
Abraham L. Mailman of Holly-
wood.
The Society of Fellows is a lead-
ership group whose members work
to promote the local and national
programs of the League, sponsor
special events in the interest of
the Anti-Defamation League and
attend ADL conferences and spe-
cial programs in the United States
and abroad.
American Zionist Federation
Convention Set Oct. 21-23
NEW YORK The expansion
of the work of the Zionist move-
ment on the grass-roots level of
American Jewish community life
will be a major point of discus-
sion at the second national con-
vention of the American Zionist
Federation, Oct. 21 through Oct.
23 in Chicago.
The convention also will launch
the Federation's observance of
both the 75th anniversary of the i
World Zionist Organization and
the 25th Anniversary of the State
of Israel.
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Political Figures In
Voters Panel Talk
Voters Incorporated will feature
local political figures at its meet-
in; Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the au-
ditorium of the Washington Fed-
eral. 123 Harry Levy, president of the or-
ganLation, will moderate a panel
discussion by Slate Attorney
Richard E. Gerstein, Rep. Dante
Fascell, Judge Tom Testa, Judge
Dan Satin, Judge David Goodhart,
Judge Francis X. Knuck and State
Ren. Barry Kutun.
Military Alert Continues;
Syrians Massed On Border
Continued from Pago. 1-A
ports of Latakia and Tarsus, but
neither of those ports are equip:
ped to service modern warships
on a permanent basis, the Is-
raeli sources said. The Soviet
navy, however, continues to use
Egyptian ports on a scale un-
changed since Egypt's ouster of
Soviet military personnel last
June.
Syria has esiatilished a mari-
time fedayeen unit under its
Navy command, according to re-
ports reuching Tol Aviv concur-
rent with reports that Arab
terrorists are contemplating
sabotage against Israel through
small naval units. The Israeli
Navy, alerted to such a pos-
sibility, has instituted preven-
tive operations.
The terrorists recently in-
creased their naval un:U and
are known to possess some mo-
torboats and possibly speed-
boats. They have bases inside
populated coastal villages and
townships in Lebanon and Syria,
one of them inside the Rashidi-
yeh refugee camp in the Tzor
area of Lebanon.
Some of the maritime terror-
ist bases were attacked in Is-
rael's New Year's raids, and an
Israeli boat intercepted and de-
stroyed a terrorist boat that had
fired on it.
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+Jeisii fkricJiair
Friday. October 6,
Beth David Bonds Dinner
Is A Double Celebration
a double Silver Anniversary their own Silver Wadding Anttver-
atebtjptkon will he featured at tbelsaxy..
annual B*th David-Israel Dinner | During this milestone celebra-
t on. Mr. and Mrs. Friend will re-
_ ceive the coveted State of Israel
Shalom Award for their service to
the Congregation, the community
and the State of Isiael.
The Friends have been members
of Beth Da\id Congregation for
more than 10 years. Three years
a^o Sc.mour served as president
-f Beth David: at the same time.
his wife. Shirley, was president of
Sisterhood.
Seymour is vice president of the
Cnited Synagogues of America, a
member of the executive commit-
in- of the Abbey Foundation, a
board member of the Hebrew Aca-
demy, and a recipient of the Man
of the Year Award in 1968 from
the Jewish Convalescent Home.
Shirley is a life member of the
Menorah Chapter of Hadassah.
She and her husband served as
host chairmen of the Congrega-
[ tion's Israel Bond Committee in
i 1966. The Friends are the parents
'of two sons; Richard. 22. is a stu-
I dent at Emory University School
I tf Law, and Michael. 19. is a stu-
I dent at Brandeis University.
Mir. and mm. strmom rmiHo
if State on behalf of Israel Bonds,
lay evening. Oct. 28. in the
Fcr.tainehleau Hotel.
Not only will the Slate of Israel
mark its 25th anniversary, but
our and Shirley Friend, Beth
David's honorecs. will celebrate
Moses Gruudwerg Guest of Honor
At JNT-Beth Israel Annual Dinner
Jay Derm<-r. president of the
.T. v ish National Fund of Greater
Miami and Dr. Irving Lehrman.
chairman of Jewish National Fund
Fo ndation, have announced that
Moses J. Grundwerg, philanthro-
I ist. civic leader, and past presi-
c nt of Congregation Beth Israel.
will be guest of honor Sunday.
Of. '-' at trv- F'liitainebleau Ho-
i the annual JNF-Congrega-
tion Beth Israel banquet.
"On the -;."">tii yeai '< Israel's in-
' i it js singularly fiti ng
i loses J. Grundwerg, who
I irked so tire'essly on rxhalf
i Israel, should be honored for
I is efforts," said Judge Norman
Ciment, banquet chairman.
I i Mordecai Shapiro, the
new spiritual leader of the con-
tion. a scholar dedicated
leader and worker on oehalf ol
and Jewish National Fund.
\ ill be guest speaker, anil a musi-
cal program and entertainment
has been provided for the func-
tion," Judge Ciment added.
Max Gutman. current president
i f Beth Israel announced thai
I lans are being formulated to
i lake this function 'one of the
finest, most meaningful and suc-
cessful in the history of the con-
gregation."
The committee for this function
consists of Albert Broad. Maurice
Golrtrlng, Peter Gouiiing. Max
Gutmann. Max Hecht. Bernard
Hersbkowitz, Hyman Kolko. Bern-
ard Loren. Al Moscow-it z. Josh
Rephun. Danny Better. Sam
Schechter, Ben Stern and Samuel
Waldman.
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talking about the most important moments in your life. Your
daughter's wedding. Your son's confirmation. The one bit party
of the season.
At times like these, you deserve the Eden Roc. The figures
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Schwartz Resigns
Due To III Health
Isidore Schwartz, president of
the Greater Miami Hebrew Free
Loan Association since its organi-
zation in 1950. has been forced fay
ill health to resign hLs post, and
has appointed the organization's
vice president. Nathan K. Spector.
acting president until the next
election.
The fact that Attorney Franklin
D. Kreutzer. executive vice presi-
dent, is also standing by insures '
that the organization's activities i
will continue without interruption.
It was pointed out. and a new slate
ef officers will be nominated soon.
An important meeting will be
held by the Association Sunday.
Oct. 15. at 8 p.m. in the Financial
Federal auditorium. 755 Washing-
ton Ave.. Miami Beach Entertain-
ment and refreshments will be '
provided free.
Free University Opening Oct. 15
Two local community service Temple Beth Sho'.u.-.-.. 4\\.
r_'ciicies the Central Agency Ave. Miami Beech,
for Jewish Educattofl and the > Some of the Interesting iutjfeel
Young Men's and Young Women's scheduled for this -
Hebrew Association of Greater Free University Destu
Miami :YM-YWHA> have co- Workshop; JewMi Cooking ;..?
operated in organizing and sup- ish Theatre and Repertory J,,'
porting a Free University for the of Yiddish: Movement, D
Miami area. Mime; Student Si
The program for high school j | ^J^"*1 U "' &**
-tudents and young adults is de-
signed to offer instruction and dia-
logue on subjects not available
through the more forma! channels
of education.
The purpose of the Free Uni- j
versify U threefold: to create new-
areas of group involvement among
a cross section of youth in the
community; to disclose new rel-
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New Frat House
The University of Miami chap-
ter of Alpha Epsllon Pi will dedi- 1
cated its new fraternity house
Sunday morning, according to |
Harry B. Smith. Miami Beach at-
torney and former national presi-
dent of AEPI
Ceremonies will get under way
at 11 a.m. at 6000 San Amaro
Ave. Coral Gables, site of the
house formerly owned by Sigma
N'u fraternity's chapter at the
U-M.
Members of the AEPi Alumni
Club are invited to participate in
the dedication program. Mr. Smith
said.
Two Events Launch
Hillel School Year
The first meeting of the Hillel
Community Day School board of
governors for the 1972-73 school
year is slated for Sunday at 8 p.m.
at the Dunes Motel. Irving Can-
ner, financial vice president, will
host a cocktail reception for the
board of governors, prior to the
meeting.
On Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.. the
Hillel PTA w ill hold its first PTA
conference at the school. 21388
Rhode Island Club Hoi 15
First Meeting Of Season
The P.hcxle Island ('. ibof On-,,
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Students attending the Free Uni-! Klatch". All residents and .
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+Jenisti Meridian
Page 7-A
letters to the editor
milTOK. The Jewish Floridian:
Leon KM. in his indictment of
taabLi Ringier, director of Hillel \
l|'l v at the University of Miami, ;
|[or his criticism of those who sup-
liKH't Mr. Nixon, is guilty of pauc- |
Ijiv and of misrepresentation of .
facts. Allow me to quote from his j
[letter, and make my correspond-
litii; observations.
I deplore Rabbi Ringler's
Isounding off on a subject in which
Mm apparently has no competency
and no right to speak on from the '
ulpil He is guilty of violating one '
|ol our canlinal constitutional pro-
[vision! of separation of state and |
I church' i
What arrogance on his part! On
lone hand, he claims the right of i
I the Clergy to take a vigorous j
Stand on moral issues, hut on the
other, they have no right to dis- j
I cuss political issues from the pul-I
Lit Mr, EH should know that it
j< precisely the moral Issues which ;
lare indissolubly bound up with the
politics of our time, which gives
Ithe clergy the greatest opportu-
nity to be in the vanguard of the
Ifight lor social justice and world
Ipeace.
Let me remind Mr. Kll that our
pages, and in particular, our
|pn[ihets. did not share his point
Icil view. The prophets in particular
ptlnrted our people to fight for
social justice and organized re-
sistance against any form of In-
equity or oppression and never
[ailed to criticize the existing rui-
ns and regimes of their day.
When Mr. Ell accuses Kabbi
Ringier of the violation of the
principle of separation of state and
bhurch, he snows himself to be a
pemagogue. if anything, it is
Presl int Nixon, who has, in this
hdministration, undermined the
principle ol state and church by
romising all kinds of relief to
banxhial schools for the purpose
[I netting votes.
Mr. Ell states "on the con-
trary, the clergy not having been I
exposed to earning a livelihood in j
usiness or industry, they are gen-
erally less qualified to speak on
ssues that would give the great-
est good to the greatest number."
'lie fact is that our historians. I
Charles Heard. Henry Comniager 1
and Allen Nevins, in assessing the |
political maturity of our people,
plated that because of our tre- i
mendously accelerated growth in i
he 19th and 20th centuries, I
there was little time for the
growth and development of poli- !
pica! itisiglit in our people.
Our Rabbis fortunately are be- i
Jroming more engrossed and arti-
culate in the social and jxilitical ,
issues of the day. This is as it !
Ishoul I be, in carrying out the
continuity of our traditions and J
Ithe observance of the fundamental
|laws oi our religion.
Our youth has been looking for
hip on the part of the rab-
llinat. to speak out forcefully and
eloquently without pulling
Ipunchf It is no accident that
there has been a return of many
lt thi younger generation to Ju-
Idaisn This is marked by the In-
crease of membership of young
|peo;il< .n our synagogues. Rabbi
IRinglr' is not alone as a rabbi in
It-Mn. leadership ami voice to the
lissuo ol the day. He deserves our
l"-i meat support.
Ml Ell states, in conclusion.
IHiai hi is mailing a copy of his
Dtttei to the Hillel Foundation,
" request that Rabbi Ring-
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the pulpit.
In closing, let me add that I, as
a member of the B'nai B'rith. and
first vice president of Sky Lake
Synagogue, will also mail a copy
to the Hillel Foundation, applaud-
ing Rabbi Stanley A. Ringier for
his initiative and leadership in his
work.
HERMAN EHRI.It II
North .Miumi Beuch
EDITOR. The Jewish Floridian:
I believe that your readers
should have the benefit of reading j
at least excerpts of an article from '
SH'MA, a journal of responsibil-
ity, of Sept. 15, 1972. The article;
is entitled "Nixon vs. McGovern: j
A View from Israel."
The author, who was invited by
the editors of the journal to write.
states, "Although I have always
supported and voted the Demo-
cratic candidate in Presidential
elections and although I have a j
long record of opposition to the
war in Vietnam, I think that!
Nixon is better than McGovern for |
the U.S.. for the world and for the
American Jewish community. If I
also believe that Nixon is better
than McGovern for Israel, it is
only because I believe he has in
general a more sensible foreign
[)olicy .
"My own support for Nixon
stems, therefore, from my own
preference for his conception of
American national interest as op-
posed to that of McGovern I ;
believe that Nixon has a far more |
realistic notion of the reality of .
power and the menace of Com-
munism ... I fear McGovern's I
neo-populism and his romantic j
idealised view of social change ... ,
T am not only afraid of Mc- i
Govern's ties to radical leaders in
the non-Jewish community, I am |
equally afraid of his obligations to
a type of suburban Jewish leader
who is ignorant of urban Jewish
problems, unconcerned with Jew-
ish people throughout the world
and whose own sympathies with
the American Jewish community,
not to mention the Jewish tradi-
tion itself, are most tenuous.
American Judaism has preduced a
type of Jew who is all too willing
to sacrifice Jewish interests to
those of other groups."
There are many more cogent
reasons for the author's reasons
for his preference for President
Nixon. The author is the chair-
man of the Department of Politi-
cal Science at Bar Han University
in Israel and has resided in Israel
for over three years with his wife
and our two grandchildren. His
name is Charles S. Liebman.
SEYMOl'R B. LIEBMAN
Miami
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
I would like to respond to Ed-
ward Cohen's column of Friday.
Sept. 22. 1972 wherein he stated
that the newly formed congrega-
tion B'nai l-rael Ls holding serv-
ice- at the YMHA.
This statement is not entirely
accurate. The temple had two
committee meetings at the YMHA.
renting rooms for the purpose of
planning for the future develop-
ment of the organization.
Unfortunately, the Miami News
article which triggered off Mr.
Cohen's piece distorted some
basic facts, and we question
whether the Miami News was act-
ing in the best interests of the
Jewish community in printing this
"expose."
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Friday, October 6,
Arab Refugees:
Myths, Reality
After the Munich murders and the letter-bomb death of Dr. Ami Schu- !
chcr; -t tr.e Israel Embassy m London, thu enemies of Israel are once again
exploring the spectre of Arab refugees as the source of all terrorist en!, j
What -.< the- truth nbmit the Arab Te'ureej' Tr.e }C\S ash.ed Terence Prittie.
former dipitnt-tic correspondent of the prestigious The Guardian, to investi
tu.
Four Lecturers To Discuss Issues Of Presidential Race
(c) Jewish Chronicle
The controversy about the num-
ber of Palestinian Arab refugees. I
as well as about the way in which ,
the refugee problem was created.'
i-. ncr.v 25 years old and unneces-1
sarily troubled. Unnecessarily, be- j
cause spokesmen for the Arab
cause have continually altered and '
inflated their figures and have re-
peatedly used up-dated estimates
as yardsticks for the 1948-49
f-. res.
Thus, tour to five years ago a'
figure of one million was the most
usual one quoted. More recently
it has been raised to one and a half
million, two or even three million.
Periodically, the truth has to be
restated, for a reading public
which becomes understandably
bewildered.
Surveys undertaken by the Brit-
ish Mandatory' administration in
pre-War of Indf*pendence Palestine
indicate a total Arab population
of something over 1.1 million and
under 1.2 million in the entire area
west of the river Jordan which the
United Nations decided should be
divided into two states, a Jewish
and an Arab. The total Arab popu-
lation of those areas which were
incorporated into the State of Is-
rael at the War of Independence
was about 700.000-750.000.
Of these Arabs, In turn roughly i
hai: a million lived in areas des-1
ignated by the U.N. to comprise j
the State of Israel, while about
half that number and possibly^
rather less lived in areas desig-1
nated for the Arab state but con- j
quertd by Israel during the War j
of Independence.
By the end of 1949 there were
an stimated 167,000 Arabs living
in Israel. About half of this com-
munity consisted of people who
returned to their homes after or
even during the war. and about
half of the people who never left
their homes at all.
Subtracting these 167,000 from
the total pre-war Arab population
of areas incorporated into the
State of Israel gives a total of
533.000-583 C00 Palestinian Arab
refugees in 1948-49. Between 150,-
000 and 200.000 of these left their
homes for good during the irregu-
lar fighting which preceded the
founding of the State of Israel,
and the remainder afterwards.
The Economic Survey Mission.
6et up by the U.N. Conciliation
Commission at the end of August
1949. gave an estimate at the end
of 1949 of 726.000 "persons who
. fled from Israel and are un-
able to return."
This figure was contested by
the Israeli representative in the
Special Political Committee of the
U.N. General Assembly at a later
date. He pointed out that the 160,-
C00 Arabs living in Israel should
have been subtracted from the
726,000 leaving a total of 559.000.
By this somewhat oblique method,
he arrived at an almost exactly
"middle" figure of the estimated
533.000-583.000.
This is much more than coinci-
dental, and suggests that the esti-
mate is correct. Using it as a ba=e
Israeli representatives in the U.N.
gave a figure, allowing for natural
growth of population of between
705.000 and 725,000 Palestinian
refugees in 1956.
U.N. figures had, of course, far
outstripped such estimates by then
Even at the end of 1949 United
Nations Relief and Works Agency
ugees (UNRPRI which was subse-
quently to be replaced by United
Notions Relief and Works Agency
(UNRWA). was suoplying rations
for 940.000 ostensible Arab refu-
gees. These rations had, in fact, to
be stretched" to allow for distri-
bution to 1 019.000 recipients. Mys-
teriously, the number of soi-disant
refugees had almost doubled in
New* A Feature Service
the space of six months.
UN", authorities were well aware
}f this fantastic discrepancy, and
the Economic Survey Mission rec-1
^mmendod the reduction of ra-
tions to 652.000 by Jan. 1, 1950.,
Even this immensely reduced fig-1
tire included 25.000 Arabs "who
live at home, but are u-thout
means because they are separated
from their lands by the armistice j
Unes."
1 he recommendation or the Eco- j
; nomic Survey Mission had no ef-
l feet; when UNRWA took over i
(Tom UNRPR on May. 1, 1950. it
1 inherited a ration roll of 957.000.
The reasons for the inflated ra-
tion roll were very human ones.
| The bulk of the refugees had fled
| to Jordan, and Jordan was a very
i poor country. Many of them had
| relatives outside the borders of
I Israel. Nothing was more natural
than to "include" friends and rela-
tives who were not refugees at j
. all on U.N. ration rolls.
U.N. officials found the task
of distinguishing between one ap-
plicant and another extremely dif-'
ficult, as invariably happens when
dealing with people of a different
race, who "look alike" to the un-
tutored eye.
There was some forging of ra-
tion cards, and a certain amount
of profiteering. There was also
undoubtedly some degree of dual.
or even treble or more, registra-
tion by the same applicant at dif-
ferent U.N. centres of distribu-
tion. Nor were the U.N. authori-
ties remotely capable of enforcing
the criterion of "need" for the en-
titlement of registration.
The U.N. authorities have never
been able to order their books and
arrive at even an approximate es-
timate of the number of "genuine"
refugees. By May. 1967, just be-
fore the Six-Day War. the number
of UNRWA registrants was 1,-
344.576.
There had been a considerable
inclement, owing to natural in-
crease in population. There had
also been some subtractions, par-
ticularly of refugees eventually es-
tablished as being dead. Often, ra-
tions had been drawn for them
fnr vears after their death*.
UNRWA officials have readily ad-
mitted that the task of detection
was utterly beyond them.
The Six-Day War produced a
fresh wave of refugees. The UN-
RWA estimate was a total of
about 525.000. Of these 175,000
were "old" refugees fleeing for
the second time. Another 100.000
were inhabitants of the Golan
Heiehts, deliberately evacuated by
the Syrians before fighting began.
as a part of the Syrian tactic of
turning the Golan into a purely
military area.
The Israeli estimate was much
lower, that of a total of 25.000 dis-
olaced from the West Bank, com-
irisiner "old" and "new" refugees.
The Israeli authorities received
app'ications from 32.000 involving
a population of around 100.000 to
return to the West Bank Up to
the present, about 30.000 are be-
lieved to have returned, several
thousand of them "unofficially."
Nobody can say with authority
exactly who should be classified
todav as refugees. What seems
] fMv sure is that about 550.000
Palestinian Arabs lost their homes
j in 1948-49. and about 130.000 to
I 160 000 "new" refugees were ere-
I atd by the 1967 war. This gives
| a figure of about 700.000 in all. dis-
placed in the course of two wars
which were not sought by Israel.
This is somewhat less than the
total number of Jews from Arab
countries accepted into the Statf
of Israel. There has, in fact, been
a "balance of suffering." over and
above th< statistics and legalistics
of the Middle East situation.
Economist Rcinhold P. Wolff will
open the annual lecture series of
the Eugene and Shirley Greenfield
Adult Institute Sunday at 10 a.m.
On four successive Sunday morn-
ings in October, outstanding ex-
perts will address themselves to the
issues of the presidential election,
with Dr. Wolff speaking on "The
Election and the Economy." He
will be followed by Washington
Star syndicated columnist Milton
Viorst. author of 'The Republican-
can Party and the Puritan Ethic."
who will speak of "The Political
Right, Left and Center"
Mh"H Naomi Levine. nationa'
executive director of the Ameriran
Jewish Congress, will analyze the
role of minority issues: Jack Hood
Vaughn, former Assistant Secre-
tary' of State and director of the
; Peace Corps, concludes the elec-
1 tion analyses when he discusses
| the "International Implications of
j the November Election "
Designed to bring an "adult ap-
i proacti to Jewish living, the 1972-
\ 73 Greenfield Institute will fea-
: ture both rabbinic and lay lec-
i turers who will explore with the
\ audience subjects relevant to Jew-
I i-~h problems of the day. Among
1 thrm are Rabbi Arthur Hertzberg.
Rabbi Robert Gordis and Rabbi
Richard Rubenstem.
An added feature of the series
will be an afternoon of poetry' read-
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A-hose latest collection. "Yes. Mar-
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tions, ,s best known for her t.l
book, "Its Hard To B.. Hit n,
30. and Other Traged^so't
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Examination Day

ions
*
ervtces
By RABBI SOL LANDAU
Beth D:t\1d toncri-uatlon
The nc\r cycle of the Torah
ading must impress us as a re-
Brmation to Life itself: "In the
Sinning God ." is the pre-
: i.so of CTtation which renews it-
self continuously
through this
creative power.
At a time of
confusion and
despair, the in-
crease in suicide
is at least as
significant as
murder of oth-
ers. It rejects
the assertion of
the Torah: "God
saw that it was
good" as each
stage of c r e a -
tl n is described.
However, it is crucial that this
< lim he understood in connection
. th the premise of the Bible: "He
< rated man in His Image" but
r so man felt alone "without any
. ate". "It is not good that man
- ould be alone."
It is the very ingenuity ot man
: 10 has reached the outer space
I ..I become the master of all the
iher creatures on this universe
Rabbi landau
that he feels insignificant and
! lonely when he loses the knowl-
edge that in the beginning is God
. and that he possesses His image.
I It was Eric Fromm who wrote
I tliat: "He is a life being aware of
itself. He has an awareness of him-
self, of his fellowman. of his past
, and the possibilities of his future.
I His awareness of himself as a se-
l pcrate entity, the awareness of his
I own short lifespan. the fact that
i without his will he is bom and
: against his will he dies, that he
I will die before those whom he
lo\es. or they before him. the
awareness of his aloneness and se-
parateness. of his helplessness
against the forces of nature and
ot society, and this makes his
separate, disunited existence an
unbearable prison. He would be-
come insane could he not liberate
himself from this prison and reach
! out, unite himself in some form or
I other with men. with the world
' outside."
i
The New Year with its new
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I to rediscover our real self. It
i makes passible to overcome loneli-
ness by being able to find the
communication lines from God to
' the self to the entire family of
1 mankind.
SYNOPSIS Of THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Be res his
",'n the beginning God created the heaven and the earth ."
I Genesis, Chapters I-IV, 8)
THE CREATION God created the world in six successive
stages, fashioning it out of nothing, and transforming chaos into
order and perfection. Li^ht dispersed the darkness; the sky be-
<\'ime visible; sea and land were separated and the earth pro-
duced grass and tree*; the sun, moon and stars illuminated the
heavens; the waters teemed with fish and sea animals and the
air was filled with winged creatures of every kind. On the sixth
>Uiy beasts and reptiles swarmed the earth, but the culminating
act was the creation of man and woman, made in the image of
God, endowed with suvh divine gifts as intelligence, freedom of
win* und moral power to distinguish between right and wrong.
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to obe> Gods command-. But the woman later called Eve by
her husband who had been created as his helpmate, succumbed
i.) thi wiles of the crafty serpent, and she ate of the forbidden
fruit, giving some to her husband. The Divine punishment for
this ad "'. disobedience was pronounced; henceforth they would
suffer the trials and tribulations of ordinary mortals and both
were driven lro:n the Garden of Eden.
CAIN AND ABEL Adam and Eve had three sons Cain,
Abo] mil Si th. Cain became a tiller or the soil and Abel a
>hepheid. Abel was the more sincere and his offerings to God
were acceptable, whereas those of Cain were rejected. In a fit
of jealous anger, Cain slew his brother and when challenged by
God as to the whereabouts of Abel answered defiantly, 'Am I
my brother's keeper?' Cain was doomed to wander as a fugitive.
settling in the land of Nod. Nearly all succeeding generations
lapsed into sin and committed acts of violence, incurring the
wrath of God. Had it not been for the righteous Noah, the tenth
in regular descent from Ada.n, the entire human race would
have been destroyed.
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Free University Series Aiinoiinced
The 1972-7." session of the Free
1 liversity, presented by the Hillel
3 wish Student Center of the Uni-
rsity of Miami, was announced
1 as week by the beneficiary agen-
< of B'nai B'rlth and the Greater
I iami Jewish Federation.
Courses wni be conducted at the
) illel Hot i ral Gables, <>" the U-M campus.
1 ipiis announced Include Yiddish
] iterature In Translation, the
Jewish Woman's Liberation, He-
ew ulpan, Yiddish language, Is-
raeli folk dancing, Aliyah orga-
i zing group, Jewish Free Theater,
3 avneh Religious Students Group
id an Israel and Soviet Jewry
: lion group.
Among the instructors foi the
courses are Ralph Gottlieb, Yosef
Yanich, Leonard Schwartz, Israel
Shapiro, Rabbi Barry Tabachnik-
nil. Brenda Shapiro. Rita Trilling
and Doi'il Slue iro.
Yiddish Lecture Set
The Yiddishe Literary and Dra-
matic Circle was to s[Kinsor a lec-
ture on "Great Jewish Writers,
Scholars and PoeUr* Thursday in
Room 114 of the Ida M. Fisher
School, 1120 Drexel Ave., Miami
Beat h, with S. S. Rosen, author,
leading i he discussion.
By RABBI SAMIEL J. FOX
Why is it that no wedding"*
may be performed on the inter-
mediate days of the Succoth
Festival (Choi Ha-Mowll?
The Talmud (Mo'ed Katan 8b I
offers a number of reasons for
this prohibition.
First, there is a general rule
that one does not intermingle one
joyous occasion with another, be-
cause the preoccupation with one
of them would detract from the
significance of the other. Thus,
those who are present at a wed-.
ding would concern themselves
with the festivity and would not
be fulfilling the obligation of re-
joicing with the festival which is
being observed that week.
It was also feared that the
eroom would be so oreocctinied re-j
ioicing with his bride that he'
wo'ild hard'v be rejoicing with the
f'^stival and th"= would almost I
transgress the Biblical command'
"And thou shalt reioice in the.
festival" < Deuteronomy 16:141.
Additional'v. weddings are nro-
hihitod on the intermediate davs (
of the festival because the amount
of work performed on such davs |
is limit'vl to one*s immediate
nf>eds. Preparing for a wedding
night might cause one to involve i
Mrnseh* in extra work and ev"'-
Hon s'.|nothip den on Choi Ha-Moed.
And lat, tvpt- wed-t'""s to he
ai'(v-o davs of the Inter-
i'ii',t. po< :nd of *\ frc'ival. siTin
fajmtlUsa mi.'M deH* the w'^'Hir-cr
lint'l this "eriod so that hev would
rv-t 'ave to "iake two feasts 'one!
nr t'" wedd'np dav a"d one o"
*Uf jni..,...,,. i:;ii,. rtiv r.r the fes-
tival i "d would be able to co'e- |
hn*o both occasions f'.e.. the fes-!
Hval *>"d the wdd""T) with the;
one feiret for that Hnv.
Acvi'-Hinn' to trfirlition rl^tVrr-jnrr :
n -r*drt.nrr Jq not doci''ahle lvw*"se '
it mi"li| r*w!'t i*l fr*f.*r M-p-^'linrr.; j
>"d delayed development of fami-
lies.
Whv |x tlvre a oroe^MMon *v- I
en tinier around th altar in the
v\..;,..,,,.I,., with H> pmw nnd
lnl-i\ on Hoshanah Rahhah?
Some relate this to the seven I
circuits made hv Joshua's annv;
M-nund the walls of Jencho. Just'
ike the sevn davs of Suecoth. j
when v make circuits with the
vegetable species, they marched
around the r>itv wall once for;
evpry dnv of six davs and then j
^vn tinip* on the so\renth dnv ,
i.Terusalem Talmud. Succah 4:3).
Some (quoted in the name of
Rabbi Isaac I.uriai claim that the
**i""Mtn r.*" ihp w-atis of Jericho
symbolize the fall of all hatred
and evil. Hoshanah Rabbah, being '
considered as the miniature Yom
Kinoiif. symbolizes forgiveness and
an end to sin.
There are some who claim yet
another similarity between the
walls of Jericho and the seven
circuits in the svnagogue on
Hoshanah Rabbah. They point to.
the fact that a drought was
brought on to the people of Israel
because thev rebuilt Jericho
against the decree of Joshua (I-
Kings 17:11.
On Hoshanah Rabbah we have,
in mind the need for rain and thus
: the seven circuits emphasize that
I we do not intend to rebuild an evil
i fortress. Some contend that the
' seven circuits represent the seven
; times the Bible mentions "dew
and rain." Others claim it repre-
sents the seven heavens through
which the majesty of the Almighty
's rc^^hed in T>*avor.
MIAMI
A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 7th Ave. Orthodox.
Cjntor Aron Ben Aron. 1 I
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ANSHE EMES 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative Cantor Sol Pakowitz 2
BETH AM (Temple). 5950 N. Kendall
Or. a. MjanH. Refcrm. Rabbi Her- |
bert Baumgartt 3
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BETH DAVID. 262* SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipton. 4
Friday 7:::" p.m, teen-ace service*,
S:S0 p.m congregational aervleeH, er
mon topic: "In Th.- Resinning .
Saturday '* H.m. Bar Mltsvah: Mitchell, '
on of Mr. and Ura, ii.ivi'i Bhulinan.
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi H. Rothman. 5
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BETH KODESH, 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Sha-
piro. Cantor Leon Segal. 6
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BETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Cantor Seymour
Hinkes. 8
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER Mi-
ami. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi
Joseph R. Narot. 10
Friday 8 p.m. sprmon topi,-: "Should
th** Jewish. Federation Subsidize our
Synagogue?"
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Paul J.
Bender. Cantor Nathan Parnasa. 11
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OR OLOM (Temple). 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Cantor Yehouda
Binyamin. 13
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein. 14
Friday 8:15 p m sermon topic: "Car-
lyle: I --Tell in,- ;. Man's Kellglvii,
and 1 Will Till you his Life "
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TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na- '
than Zolondek. 15
ZION (Temple). 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman Shapiro.
Cantor Errol Helfman. 16 '
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. 2225
NE 121st St. Conservative. Rabbi
Joseph Gortinkel. Cantor Ben Zion '
Kirschenbaum. 35 ;
MIAMI BIACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sheldon M. Ever.
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro. 18
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BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave. .
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir. :
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamchss 19 -
BETH RAPHAEL (Teinplo). 1545 Jef. I
ferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20-
BETH SHOLOM (Temple). 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish. '
Cantor David Conviser. 21
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BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
sky. 22
TIME
42
lw^XA*s^^r>^^^ CANDLELIGHTING
28 TISHRI 6:
*'*e|Me|eieie|et**a^^i-ai f w\aiaj_*
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEW'S*
CENTER. 1720 79th street cW
way. North Bay Village. Conser,,'
tive. Rabbi Marvin Goldson. Cantor
Murray Yavneh. 32 .
AGUDAS ACHIM NUSACH SEFARO
CONGREGATION. 707 5th St., Mi.
ami Beach. Orthodox. Rabbi decai Chaimovits.
Saturday t; p.m. Sedra : thi Wei
NORTH m.MA;; BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (Templei. 1025
NE Miami Gardens Dr. Conrva.
tive. Rabbi Milton Schllnsky. Can!
tor Reuvan Eckhaus.
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BETH TORAH. 1051 N. Miami Beacr
Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi Mo Lip.
schitz. Cantor Jacob B. Mendelion 3
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B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Cantor Jack Lerner
N
SINAI (Temple), ot NORTH DAQE
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabb
Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor Irving
Shulkes. 37
Friday 8:18 p.m.. s.-rmon topic: "And
S" \\'- HvKi" Again. Saturday I0:SI
a.m.. Hat Mltsvah: Tammi. of .Mr. and Mrs Jerry Leader.
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SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 1815- NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E
Caplan. 3)
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YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml.
AMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodoi
Rabbi Zalnun Kossowsky. 39
Prlda) i.:!^. i m. Saturda) :' ll-
-------a
CORAL GABlr>
JUOEA (Temple). 5500 Granarla Blvd
Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper. 40
Friday 8 p.m. "Parent* m- Te: I
-rs" Sabbath Saturday ll:l*,a.m. Itar
Mltsvah: Mark David, son ol .Mi. .md
Mrs. Bdxvard Feinnteiii
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ZAMORA (Temple). 44 Zamor.-i Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Maxv/et! A
Berger. Cantor P. Hillel Brummer
41
Friday 8:15 p.m. consecration of new
prayerbnoka anil bibles, followed i>>
Oni-K Shabbat in Harry II ,rn- Hull
Saturday 8:4! a.m. Bar Mitivab
Steve, son of Mr. anil Mrs, Seynonr
NichltTK-r.
SURfSIDt
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION,
9348 Harding Ave. Orthodox. Rabb
Isaac D. Vine.
X
TORT LAUDIRDAU
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA. '
TION. 843 Meridian Ave. 22-A
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox '
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig. 23
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CUBAN SEPHARDIC HEBREW CON-
GREGATION. 715 Washington Ave.,
Rabbi Meir Masliah Melamed. 23-A
EMANU-EL (Temple). 1701 Washing.
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. 24
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pine Tree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross. 25
CONG. AN.NELL*Br7neh ot Hebrew
Academy). 7th St. and Meridian
Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Ben. -
Hillel. 25.A
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY1
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern.
Cantor Meyer Engel. 2g
KESETH ISRAEI- 1*15 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. i
Cantor Abraham Ssif. 27
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MENORAH (Temple). 620 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram- j
owiti. Cantor Nico Feldman. 28
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NER TAMIO (Temple). 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. 29
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OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Dr. Or.
thodox. Rabbi Phineas Weberman.
30
SE-PHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31
.Saturday 8:10 n.m.. Shabath Bereahlt.
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
BETH ISRAEL (Temple) 7100 W
Oakland Park Blvd. Ranbi Akiva
Brilliant. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
EMANU-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Park
Blvd. (Reform). Rabbi Arthur J
Abrams. Cantor Jerome Klement. 41
POMPAN0 BEACH
SHOLOM (Temple). 132 SE nth Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. Skop
Cantor Jacob J. Renter.
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MARGATE JEWISH CENTER 6101
NW 9th St.
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HAUANDAU
HALLANDALE JEWISH CEHTER
(Conservative). 416 NE Sth Ave
Rabbi Harry E. Schwartz. C.inlor
Jacob Danziger.
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (Temple). 1351 S Mtll Ave
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Ja'fe.
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BETH SHALOM (Temple) 1728 Mon-
roe St. Conservative. Rabbi Mortor
Malavsky. Cantor lrvng Gold.
SINAI (Temple). 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David ahP"
Cantor Yehuda Heilbraur.. 4'
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MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (Temple). 692C SW 35M SI
Conservative. Rabbi Avrom Drati"
Cantor Abraham Koster.
Groner.
32
Tlii< hage is prepared "
cooperation with the Greste<
Miami Rflbbinical .\s Coordinator of tli /<"""
ef^earinz he'e is
RABBI MAXWELL BERG
SpfrttsMl Leidti oj
Temple Zamero
Carol Goble*
-
Family Game Night
Temnlc Beth Tov SLsterhfyjil is
sxinsoring a family frame nik-ht on
Saturday at 8 p.m. in the temole.
An e\enin^ snack will be served.
Tn charge of reservations are
Mildred Weiss and Mill Schaller.
r^abbinical J television f^rogra***
Oct. 8
Oet. 8
Ch. 10. 9:30,a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel,
Beth Moths) Congregation
Ch. 7, 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
Host: Rabbi Max A. LipSOhitZ,
Beth Torah Congregation

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Friday, October 6, 1972
fJenist? naridOnn
Paaell-A
-/xS ? r
Max Lerner
* Sees ft ~
WASHINGTON D.C. The workers have become the heart
o! the middle class. That is the lesson 1 garner, with the vantage
poim of Labor Pay. from the story of the puUing and hauling
ovei the unions thus far.
It is a Ion? time since union delegates were regarded as
Hie left-wing of democratic reform. 1 recall leaders like Philip
Murray and Walter Reuther in steel and autos, who fought for
welfare ir forms and civil rights, or Sidney Hillman who was
Roosevelt's link with the liberal wing of the party i remember
the 'clear it with Sidney" taunt that Republicans threw at
1! osevelt). What happened In 1972 was that the Democrats
moved left and labor moved right, and who knows whether the
(wain will meet again as they once did?
Partly it is a matter of tactics, partly of philosophy, partly
(i, social changes. Each is worth looking at.
*r tc &
TAKE THE TACTICS. There have been blunders on both
v ili -. The union leaders should have been more realistic than to
think they could get cither Humphrey or Jackson nominated.
And th.- McGovera forces should have been more realistic than
to alienate the powerful union pros men like George Meany
and I. W. Abel--as they alienated the political pros.
Now it is probably too late. While a number of union leaders
have :-ome to McGovern's support, especially the teachers' union
along with a whopping campaign check, MJcGovern has flopped
in his effort to placate those who count in labor.
The Nixon tactics were also foolhardy. The President gained
a daring victory of the moment when he went over George
Meany's head to make his a|>peal to American workers as con-
sumers, after Meany's defection on wage controls. But it was
a costly victory because it humiliated Meany.
Nixon showed he knew, in dealing with the Chinese and
the Russians, that you never gain anything by humiliating pow-
erful men whose power depends in jiart on public face. He should
have known about Meany.
It was George Meany's bitter cup to be caught between two
humiliations from men whom he probably regards a* two
S.O.B.9 from Nixon who upstaged and outacted him and from
ftfcGovorn who left the labor people looking foolish in the Demo-
cratic Party and convention.
This Nwherc Meany's philosophy comes in. He will, of
course, slay outwardly neutral, and will try to keep the union
ns in line. Nixon has wooed him anew, especially since
i it historic coif course conversation. But there are policy links
eajhe two men stronger than the golf links.
We tend io forget how powerfully Meany is moved by for-
-ii policy. On every foreign policy Issue thai count----the
Ann out of the war. the peace, the trade negotiations with
Japan, defense cuts and the dangers of a new Isolationism-
t; Meany is much closer to Nixon than he is to McGovern.
FINALLY, ABOt T SOCIAL CHANGES. The trade unions
have made the American working class as effective as any in
the world in managing collective bargaining and pushing for
social legislation. But high wages and the new technology have
undone labor as a working class. It started when his new pur-
chasing power meant that the worker became a member of the
middle class as a consumer. It went farther when the new tech-
nology turned the worker into either a technician or into a
machine-tender who needed relatively few craftsmen's skills to
follow the production line.
The work ethic eroded, and was replaced by the Job, whose
e hie was to watch the production line, watch the supervisor
and get away from the boredom fast. It took still another step
when the focus ol life became the car. the motorcycle, the IA
Mrt, the suburban lawn, the bowling alley and municipal golf
course, the weekend fishing or boating trip.
The process of change into a middle class was rounded
out when construction workers and production-line workers
alike felt that the social changes were pitting the young, the
radical and the ethnic minorities against them, and that the new-
dangers were being codified into a busing system and a quota
system.
My own guess is that the workers can lick the boredom
pi-*Uin if they get together into clusters or teams who Will turn
out a total product together, rather than go bleary as a single
worker over a single process. But if they lick it. they will have
to replace their present job consciousness by a new work ethic
of their own, as much as middle-class professionals now do.
Stamp to Honor All Pharmacists
Clark Is Chairman
Of March Of Dimes
For the second year, Metro '
Mayor Steve Clark has been
named as Dade County campaign ;
chairman for the March of
Dimes, according to Frederick R.'
Schcr, chairman of the Dade
County board of directors, Na-
t i o n a 1 Foundation -March of .
Dimes.
Last year the local chapter had i
a highly successful campaign with
contributions totaling $192,548.85,
representing a substantial in-
crease over the previous year.
Funds are used to a'.d in re- :
search to prevent birth defects
and maintain area facilities, such !
as the Birth Defects Center at ;
Jackson Memorial Hospital.
'Nixon, the Jews And Israel',
Is Town Hall Forum Topic
"Nixon. The Jews and Israel" j
will be the topic at The People \
Speak Town Hall Forum Friday. |
at 8 p.m. in the Washington Fed-
eral, 1234 Washington Avc.
Among panelists will be Steve
P.emsen. chairman, Jewish Labor
Committee; George Daitsman, ed-
ucator; lAxm H. Cahan. business-
man, and Chaim Rose, chairman.
Historical Background On
Important Issues In News
(EDITOR'S NOTE: Beginning this
utv'; iht Jewiih Telegraphic Agency
will distribute short features written
by iM mbers of the Encyclopaedia
Judaica Sctf/J oi /ertMdfein especially j
for t/if jTA. The featurettei u-ill of-
fer imighu and historical background i
on nrpei-tiini issue* in the ItetOt).
Controversy has broken out in I
Hebron over the rights of Jews to
conduct prayer services in the
cave of Mach|>clah. traditional
burial place of the patriarchs and
therefore revered by Jews, Chris-
tians and Moslems. In ancient
lime it was controlled by the Jews.
but the By/antines built a church
over the site and this was later {
converted by the Moslems into a
mosque. During the Byzantine
period, the Jews were authorized |
io pray within the area. The I
Christians entered through one
gate and the Jews through an-
other, offering incense while doing
so.
When the Arabs conquered the
country in the 7th century they i
handed o'-er supervision of the '
cave itself to the Jews in reci --
union of their assistance dun
the conquest. The Jews used t<>
pray daily in the cave for the w 4-
fare of the leaders of the commu-
nity. Many Jews sought to
buried in the vicinity of 1he cave,
and it was then said of them tli it
"their resting place was with that
of the lathers of the world." A
12th century traveler reported that:
"many barrels full of the remains
of Jews were brought there a td
they are still laid to rest ther ."
The 13th century Sultan 1. -
bars prohibited both Jews ail I
Christians from praying the e.
Jews were, however, allowed to
ascend five steps and later seven
steps on the side and to ins* t
petit lone into a hole so that th >v
would fail into the cave. It w is
only after the Six-Day War that
Jews were once aiain able to \ i-'<-
the tombs of the patriarchs, and
now some of the Jews who ha
settled in Hebron are claiming t. i
light t" bold regular services
there.
Design of a Pharmacy Com-
memorative stamp, marking the
120th anniversary of the American
Pharmaceutical Association, was
i announced this week by K. H.
[Daws, officer in charge of the Mi-
|ami post office..
The 8-cent stamp will be is-
sued Nov. 10 in Cincinnati as a
(tribute to the more than 100.000
puggists in the nation, Mr. Daws
paid.
The horizontal stamp is a still j
|fe by Ken Davies of Madison. |
Twn. Dominating the design are |
the Bowl of Hygela, associated
with the American Pharmaceuti-
cal Association, and the mortar
and pestle, associated with the
National Association of Retail
Druggists.
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'
This Week In History...
40 Years Aro This Week: 19S2
"Consideration should be given
to the Jewish Agency as a possible
instrument of Jewish politics such
as the present moment demands,"
said Die Juedische Rundschau,
Berlin.
RIGA The confiscation of
the largest Moscow temple, the
'Chor Shul,' was contemplated by
the Soviet authorities on the eve
of Rosh Hashana and was pre-
vented only through a mass peti-
tion addressed to the Central
Soviet authorities, it was learned
here through a letter received by
the former Moscow cantor."
Dr. Mordecai M. Kaplan, presi-
dent of the Rabbinical Assembly,
scored as "unjust, unwise and dan-
gerous" the action by some Fed-
erations in reducing aid to Jewish
schools and centers and "even at-
tempting, under the pressure of
certain subscribers, to release
themselves entirely from the re-
sponsibility for the communal
aspects of Jewish education."
Florida JWV
Plans Day-Long
Pompano Meet
The Jewish War Veterans De-
partment of Florida will hold a
quarterly council of administra-
tion meeting at the Ramada Inn
in Pompano Beach Sunday at 9
a.m. Herbert L. Gopman of Miami
Beach is commander of the state
organization.
Delegates from 24 posts in
Florida are expected to attend the
morning and afternoon business
sessions.
National JWV officers, includ-
ing Ainslee R. Ferdie of Coral
Gables, national judge advocate,
will report on the recent national
convention held in Houston, Tex.
Commander Gopman recently
announced the following appoint-
ments for the 1972-73 administra-
tive year: Arthur Sherry, chief of
staff; Herman Sokolow, chaplain;
Ira Blitt, inspector; Arthur Lee,
service officer; Dr. Al Cohen, sur-
geon; Ted Tittman, major of the
honor guard; and Abe Spinner,
historian.
Free Hebrew School
Reopening Oct. 16
Rabbi Sheldon N. Ever, director
of the Agudath Israel Hebrew In-
stitute Religious School, 7811
Carlyle Ave., Miami Beach, an-
nounces the reopening of that tui-
tion-free Hebrew School on Mon-
day, Oct. 16.
Registrations are now being ac-
cepted for children, ages 8 to
12H. The air-conditioned classes
are conducted daily from 3:30 p.m.
to 5:30 p.m. The students will be
taught to read and write Hebrew,
including lectures on the Festi-
vals and will participate in a
junior Congregation.
According to Rabbi Ever, no
membership or financial obligation
is required for enrollment, making
it easy for parents to send their
children to- a Talmud Torah and
enabling the children to learn
about our great Jewish heritage.
For registration and further in-
formation, call the synagogue of-
fice.
Democratic Nominee
Is Reception Honoree
A reception honoring State Sen. !
Gerald (Jerry) Lewis, Democratic
nominee for the Public Service
Commission, was to be held Thurs-
day* from 6:30 to 8 p.m., at the
Doral Beach Hotel. Sen. Lewis de-
feated the incumbent, Jess Yarbo-
rough, in the Sept. 12 primary
election, and now faces Republican
Paula Hawkins in the general elec-
tion.
Honored guests at the reception
will include Gov. Reubin Askew,
State Treasurer Tom O'Malley
and Robert L. Shevin, Attorney
General.
New Hungarian Premier Julius
Goemboes retracted his anti-Se-'
mitic statements.
Princeton University's Institute
r%r /rdvanee**' Study granted Al-
bert Einstein a lifetime professor-
ship.
10 Years Ago This Week: 1962
Israel rejected U.N. interme-
diary Dr. Joseph E. Johnson's re-
fugee-repatriation plan.
"NEW YORK Reports that
the Central Synagogue ol Moscow
! Fred Nesbitt, administrator of
i the estate of the late Samuel
Nesbitt, presents a check for
$20,000, representing half thej
funds it made available to the
State of Israel for scholarship
purposes, to Aryeh Rockach,
Israel Youth Consultant in the
Greater Miami area.
Sunday School Begins
Sunday School classes will re-
sume this week at Temple Tifercth
Jacob, 951 E. 4th Ave.. Hialeah.
An additional (fourth) grade
has been added to the school this
year plus a complete audio-visual
program, according to Rabbi
Nathan Zolnndek. spiritual leader
of the temple.
. was stoned on the first day of
Rosh Hashanah while High Holy
Day services were in progress be-
fore a congregation crowded be-
yond capacity were confirmed'
here Shocked by the stoning,
members of the congregation were
thrown into panic ."
Josef Erber, 65. accused of mak-
ing the Auschwitz selections, was
arrested in Hoff. Whilhelm Doer-
ing. 45, went on trial in Bonn
charged with killing 700-plus
Polish Jews. Ex-SS officer Ernest
Ehlers was suspended from his
Schleswig judgeship on charges of
aiding in Smolensk mass murder.
A U.N. "freeze" on explosive
political issues would aid disarma-
ment, but "as long as Arab bel-
ligerency continues Israel will
take all necessary measures to be
capable of protecting itself." For-
eign Minister Gold Meir told the
General Assembly.
The Arab League's boycott of-
fice in London blacklisted Frank
Sinatra for aiding Israel Bonds.
UNRWA Commissioner General
Dr. John Davis said compensation
or repatriation of Arab refugees
was "demanded" because of 14
years' "injustice" against them
and "the overall economic limita-
tions of (Arab) countries in ab-
sorbing refugees in addition to
their own growing populations."
West Germany's $80 million
commitment to compensate Aus-
trian victims of Nazism went into
effect Oct. 11.
Fifteen Jews went on trial in
Czernowitz. the Ukraine, for al-
leged speculation in foreign cur-
rency and gold.
(From the files of the J.T.A.)
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Key To JVS Rehabilitation
Program Is Evaluation
While the preliminary inter-
view and orientation of a voca-
tionally handicapped person who
has applied for assistance is im-
portant, the evaluation whfch fol-
lows is the key to the success of
Unique Course Of
Studies Offered
AI Temple Sinai
A unique course of studies will
b offered the teen-agers of Tem-
p> Sinai of North Dade each Mon-
day from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. A pro-
gram on Israel, the holocaust and
Yiddish will he held in cooperation
ui'h the Judaica High School of
the Central Agency for Jewish
Education, Zvi Berger. agency di
rector, and Rabbi Ralph Kingsley,
, .iritual leader of the congrega-
tion have anncunced.
Instructor for the class in the
study of the holocaust period will
be Alex Grobman, who is complet-
ing his dissertation on the liter-
ature of the holocaust for a Ph.D.
degree at the Hebrew University in
Jerusalem.
Mr Grobman has studied under
the direction of Prof. Yehudah
Bauer, world-renowned scholar of
the holocaust period, and head of
department of the Institute of
('.>n temporary Judaism at the He-
brew University. A graduate of the
University of Wisconsin he has
taught in religious schools since
1961, and has served as a unit head
at Camp Ramah in the Poconos.
Mr. Grobman will also teach the
in Contemporary Issues in
Israeli Society, including the ques-
tion of Arab-Jew Relationships,
Religion and the State, Aliyah,
(
In aldition, a course in Conver-
lational Yiddish will be offered.
The program will be under the
| iperviskn of Richard Siegel,
itional director of the tem-
i id Abraham Gittelson, as-
ite director of the Central
y for Jewish Education.
I' will begin Monday, and will
n to the teen-agei"s of the
nunity. Further inquiries can
i le iX the synagogue office
Central Agency for Jewish
I 'ion.
the Jewish Vocational Service
rehabilitation workshop program,"
according to J. William Baros, Jr.,
JVS president.
.'.'Qne.ca.nnot stress too much the
background and professional at-
tainments of those performing the
evaluation, a diagnostic process
which takes approximately four
weeks. During that time, the fol-
lowing are explored: (1) the em-
ployability of the handicapped
dient; (2) the barriers, fancied or
real, whioh have inhibited gainful
employment; (3> the determina-
tion of most appropriate job goals
and the potential level of func-
tioning that can be developed; and
(4) combination of all the above
information into a comprehensive
plan of rehabilitation which will
strengthen weaknesses and further
develop strengths," Mr. Baros
added.
While the evaluation objectives,
at first glance, seem formidable,
the use of work samples, standard-
ized testing, a constant interrac-
tion between the client and the
professional staff which adds to
the composite understanding of
the client and, finally, observa-
tions by the aide supervisor and
(valuator of the client at work in
the shop are tools used to prepare
the evaluation study," he con-
cluded.
"A strong feature of the JVS
evaluation is that it is done with-
in the workshop where clients do
real work, not busy work, on jobs
sub-contracted from the business
and commercial community of
Greater Miami and are paid for
their work. This gives the client
the opportunity to be evaluated in
a life-like, true work situation,"
declared Eugene Greenspan, JVS
executive director.
"At the conclusion of the eva-
luation program, all results are re-
viewed and recommendations for
job or training plaas are deter-
mined by a staff committee in-
cluding a representative of the Di-
vision of Vocational Rehabilita-
tion," he reported.
As the Jewish Vocational Serv-
ice is a beneficiary of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation and the
United Fund of Dade County,
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cured by telephoning Mr. Green-
span or David Altsehuler, director
of the rehabilitation workshop.
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moderated, even controlled, by
a single main consideration.
THE ISRAELIS have not
wanted, and do not want to,up-
set the Lebanese balance and
thus start a civil war between
the Sunnis, who sympathize with
the Fedayeen, and the Maron-
ites, who hate them. That is
the real danger, hopefully noted
this time by the braggart Sy-
rians, who sweetly offered to
come in and help the Lebanese
- on the side of the Sunnis, of
course.
What the Israelis did in their
biggest-ever reprisal raid has
also been misunderstood. In
southern Lebanon, in brief, the
Fedayeen operate in two ways
from main bases of their
own where their larger arms
stocks are kept, and from the
villages where they have quar-
tered themselves, generally
against the will of the villag-
ers.
THE RECENT renrisal riid
knocked out a couple of the
main bases deeper in Lebanese
territory chan ever before. In
addition, villages harboring the
Fedayeen were scoured. But in
these villages, the terrorists ha-
bitually have their own quarter
of 15 to 20 houses. These were
the houses that were attacked
and destroyed, for they had been
carefully pinpointed bv the re-
markable Israeli intelligence.
Experience has already shown
that this tactic can effectively
eliminate the terrorists from
areas along Israel's border. The
Hermon area has been cleared,
to all intents, for instance. Once
the terrorists had skedadd'ed
and their houses had been flat-
tened, the villagers simply would
not have them back.
THAT WAS the hoped-for re-
sult and a perfectly rational
one, too of the recent big re-
prisal raid. The southern Leba-
nese villagers, though Sunni
Muslims themselves, have com-
pletely and bitterly turned
against the Fedayeen. If more
areas along the border can be
cl ared in the n-n".ner of th<*
Hermon area, the danger to
is ael will !>o greatly lessened.
In this, the Lebanese a-mv.
which also hates the Fedaveen,
can be counted on to aid the vil-
lagers.
The danger of civil war in
Lebanon Instead arise* from the
inflammable Sunni masses in
the big cities like Beirut and
Tripoli. This danger still mar-
ginally exists in Lebanon, which
is why the London assassination
of Ami Shachoii is likely to be
treated carefully by the Israelis.
But to the extent that they have
created danger of civil war in
the country that harbors them,
the Fedayeen leaders were no
doubt pleased by the political
results of the horror at the
Olympic Games.
THE SAME rules apply in
Egypt. Here President Anwar El
Sadat was well along with a
most important economic deal
with Wen Germany that would
have lessened Egypt's crippling
economic dependence on the
Soviet Union. The hideous busi-
ness at Munich has made it
much more difficult for Sadat to
go forward with the West Ger-
man deal.
Once again, in sum, a return
to quasi-rationality in the Mid-
dle East wa* irrneded by Fe-
dayeen terror, and once again,
the Fedayeen were naturally
overjoyed. In the circumstar"""s,
one must add. it is a bit diffi-
cult to understand the people
who react to Israeli reprisals
with pious honor.
Mayor Kennedy, Fran Curci
Cochairmen of Walk-a-Thon
Miami Mayor David Kennedy
and Fran Curci, University of Mi-
ami head football coach, will serve
Mayor Kennedy and Mr. Curci
rge Dade Countians to support
,he Walk-a-Thon and make it a
community-wide event. Residents
j.nfty either enlist as wallers them-
selves or sponsor other walkers by
pledging a sum of money per mile
walked.
The Walk-a-Thon route covers
an approximate 20 mile area,
starting and finishing at the Bay-
front Park Bandsheil. Progress of
the walkers will be verified at
numerous checkpoints along the
route. The checkpoints will also
serve as pitstops tor rest and re-
freshments for walkers.
Funds raised by the event will
I e used to continue the services at
the UCP Center. 1411 NW 14th
Ave.. where nearly 500 children
and adults are now receiving care.
MATOli DAVID KENNEOT
as cochairmen in United Cerebral
Palsy of Miami's First Walk-A-
Thon. Saturday, Oct. 28, according
to Fred Stanton. president of the
Miami Association.
Police Chief To Speak
Mi Ami Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Women, will meet at 8:30 p.m.
Tuesday in Norland Junior High
School, 1235 NW 192nd Ter. Guest
speaker will be John Rippa, Opa-
locka Chief of Police, who will
speak on "The Drug Scene To-
day," according to Mildred Stein,
publicity chairman.
Single Parents Plan Party
Single Parents of Miami Beach
plan a cocktail party at 8:30 p.m.
Sunday at the Chi-Chi Lounge.
4201 Collins Ave., Miami Beach.
All singles from 24 to 48 are in-
vited.
Smile.
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Fridqy. October 6, 1972
Todays Thought: By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
Gerald Green, One of The World's Nicest Men
QNK OK THE world's nicest
men is Gerald Green.
You remember Mr. Green,
don'i you? He wrote thai mas-
terpiece. "The Last Angry Man."
The hero of thai novel was
his lather, a doctor in Browns-
ville
But Mr. Green is far from
being an angry man himself.
He's a very patient man and a
marvelous writ. r.
Besides "Angry Man." Mr.
Green has written a dozen Ixxiks.
Each one of them is delightful.
A novel, "The Legion of Noble
Christians." is based on care-
ful research of non-Jews who
risked their lives to save Jewish
victims of Nazism during the
Hitler era.
Another Green masterpiece is
"The Artists of Terezin." an ex-
position and sampling-; of touch-
ing art works done by Inmates
of one of those gruesome con-
centration camps.
Mr. Green's evocation of his
home area, "To Brooklyn With
Love," was a best-seller. Mr.
Green has also done many of
the NBC specials, those with a
worthwhile theme. He is cur-
rently putting together a TV
series hased on "The Source,"
the monumental delineation of
Judaism by James Michener.
if you want to enjoy yourself,
get hold of another Gerald
Green classic called "The Stones
of Zion." It describes (he archae-
ological sites in Israel ,-,s they
have never been described be-
fore. A series of vivid essays
the hook (published bj Haw
thornei will be the next host
selling thing to a trip to Israel
and a personal looksee at one
of the favorite past time- in i,.
rael, archaeology.
As We Were Saying
By ROBERT SEGAL
Shall We Quarantine Archie Bunker?
E-\KI.Y IN
this obse
approach to
by bigots \v
THE television life of Archie Bunker,
rver had a hunch that his Innovative
ailing the mischief and damage done
ould soon be attacked. And now the
Our film folk:
storm has broken. "All In The Family." with one
of the highest ratings in history, with an audience
estimated all the way from 35 to 100 million, and
with its capture of enough Emmy Awards and other

By HERBERT G. LUFT
Films Before The Cameras
pitODI < IK Hal B. Wallis. whose Iatesi picture.
"The Public Eye," netted stars Halm Topol and
Mia Farrow "Best Actor and "Best Actress" awards
at the San Sebastian Film Festival, has started his
.third picture in England in two
1 years "A Bequest to the Na-
tion." from the Western! play by
rvnen.e Rattlgan dealing with
Ithe lose affair of Lord Nelson and
Lady Emma Hamilton against the
I background of the Napoleonic
wars. Glenda Jackson. Peter Finch.
(Anthony Quayle and Michael Jays-
ton, (the latter the jilted husband
in "The Public Eye"I co-star with James Clellan
Jones diiecting for Universal.
0 *
Barbra Streisand portrays a campus radical,
and Robert Rcdford a rather conservative football
hero, in "The Way We Were," a love affair set in
the World War II period. Arthur Laurents wrote
the screenplay from his own novel, with Sydney
Pollack directing for producer Ray Stark on loca-
tion in New York, New England and at the Colum-
bia Studios in Hollywood.
e *
Jerrj Bick, producer of the unreleased "Mi-
chael Kohlhasa" epic from the pen of early 19th
century playwright Heinrich von Kleist whose
prophetic vision foresaw the rise of an Adolf Hitler,
Israel Newsletter
has abandoned the ambitious project that ttx>k him
to Czechoslovakia three years ago and is now guid-
ing the run-of-the-mill mystery thriller, "The Long
Goodbye" by Raymond Chandler. Bick also acquired
the screen rights to Joseph Conrad's "The Secret
Agent." the foreign intrigue story with the plot set
in 1905 and filming to take place in Soho ami
Belgravia sections of London early next year.
Richard Benjamin switches from Portnoy to
"The Last of Sheila" for Warner Bros., a sophisti-
cated mystery film in which he shares star billing
with Ramie] Welch and James Mason. The story
is by Stephen Sondheim and Anthony Perkins. Her-
bert Ross, who scored with the Woody Allen comedy
Play It Again. Sam." Is directing with the picture
which went before the cameras Sept. 15 on location
at the French Riviera.
*
Billy Wilder and I. A. L. Diamond's screen
comedy, "The Apartment," of a dozen years ago,
i which became a Broadway musical under the title
of, "Promises, Promises" with Neil Simon supply-
ing the book. Hal David the lyrics and Burt
Bacharach ihe score now makes another turn into
the cinema, this time to reappear as a musical ex-
travaganza. David Merrlck, who producd "Prom-
i-< s, Promises" on the stage, will guide the filmic
version with shooting scheduled for late 197.'5, for
20th Century-Fox.
By CARL ALPERT
Drama, Humor, Thrills-Israel
ISRAEL is \ COUNTRY ol history and thrills,
drama and humor, excitement and fun a coun-
try of the ever-unexpected. For example, take a
I'ook at what has been happening
here In recent months, almost as
part of the daily routine.
Politeness to Tourists: When
[Hanan Zeitan, an El Al employee,
[seized the surviving Japanese ter-
rorist, locked him in a strangle-
hold and threw him to the ground.
Kanan's training came through;
he politely asked the killer: "Arc
you n passenger?"
He Lacked Party support: Yosef Nassr e-Din,
a Dnize resident or Daliat cl-Carmel. wired the
recent Zionist Congress asking that he be recog-
nized as a delegate because of his "complete identi-
fication with Zionism."
Trade t'nion CoiiMioiisness: Minister of Relig-
ions, Zerach Warhaftlg, told that in an effort to
combat begging at the Western Wall, he offered
one of the beggars a weekly payment equal to his
"take" if the beggar would stay away. Replied the
latter: "And what about overtime?"
Blame the Government) The State prosecuted
a case against a matzoh company whose products
had contained biis of dead insects. But in court it
was proved that it was the State itself that had
sold the bakery the contaminated flour.
Bettor, Better, Best, When a Haifa mother
gave birth to triplets at the local private Better
Hospital, the name of the institution was consid-
ered quite appropriate. Dr. Bettirr did not attend
the birth; the physician in charge was Dr. Dora
Best.
I'nexpecU-il florets: Micha Noy, Israel's tele-
vision chef, had no sooner finished demonstrating a
r.-cine, than the studio phone rang. An excited
woman at the other end of the line asked If she
could have the portions she had ju-i seen him take
out ol the oven; her husband was bringing home
unexpected gui -is for dinner.
Thej are Not Storks: The village of Or Yehuda.
adjacent to Lydda Airport, has the highest birth-
rate in Israel One explanation: noise ol the planes
kei ps the inhabitant- awake at night.
Bar Mit/v.ii. Tax Deductible: A Tel Aviv
lather claimed a business tax deduction for his son's
Bar Mitzvah expenses. He had to invite all his
customers and clients or his business would have
suffered He was granted a deduction of 30'i of th?
cost of the party.
New Export Opportunities: An Israeli delega-
tion In deepest Africa came across a native tribe
who were hanging cans of Israel pr, serves from
their ears to help elongate the lobes.
Encore! Encore! When a group of students at
Bar Han University complained that they had to
take certain exams over again in the fall, Dr.
Baruch Hazan, their teacher, explained. We were
so impressed with your answers the first time that
we -imply had to invite you back for an encore!"
Beyond the Call of Duty: From Russia comes
the story ol the time when tin re was a serious
shortage of building materials and -tone of all
kinds. When a man died they would even take the
nameplate off his door to put up as ,, tombstone.
Hence it was not surprising to find a sign on one
grave: "Dr. Jacob Idelson. Gynecologist. Receives
patients daily between 4 and 7."
No Small Change: Yehudlt and yossl Feldman
left their little m-room flat in Beersheba to spend
an evening at the movies. The box office could not
change their 50 pound note, so they broke it with
the purchase of a lottery ticket at a nearby booth.
They enjoyed the movie and the next day their
lottery number brought them II.. loOOOO.
such to puff up any producer, is under severe fire
A year ago. 1 wondered who might be afraid
of the big bad spoof, noting that Archie Bunker's
weak defenses Impoverish his biases. In short, this
corner of opinion approved the effort to unhorse
the biased. And despite the rising thunder ol out-
rage against "All In The Family," I stubbornly
cling to the view that the telecast exposure of the
shailovvness of an uninstrueted hater will, in the end
do much more good than harm
Lei us take stock of the disapproval ol the
CBS blue-ribbon phenomenon. Starting with Laura
'/.. Hobson, author of "Gentlemen's Agreement,"
who was among the first to raise the alarm about
Archie Bunker, and coming down the months since
publication of her well-researched and thoughtful
essay in the New York Times a year ago. one finds
a strong battery in opposition. These nay-savers to
CBS raise a number of serious points, meriting in-
dustrious study.
We would summarize their doubts thus:
Mrs. Hobson holds that we just cannot put
up with "your friendly neighborhood bigot," that
UgOtry-for-laughs is unthinkable. In her judgment,
you simply cannot be both bigoted and lovable.
.More to the point, she has concluded that while
Norman Lear, creator of the series, might continue
to get away with airtime use of such epithets as
"spade" and "hebe" and "coon" and "polack." as
employed by a lame-brain like Archie Bunker, the
products would never dare to use such ultimate
insult bruisers as "kike." "nigger." and "sheeny."
The profit-motivated moguls of televisionland would
be on th.'h- way to self-destruction if they really
hit some 2c tc 35 million Americans of Italian ori-
gin. 1.'; million Irish-Americans, nine million Spanish
sp. aking. six million Jews, and 2?> million blacks
where it hurts. There is a point beyond which
Bunker date not jump.
Mrs. Hobson has been join-d bj an impressive
colony of critics in her judgment that iclci
cannot deodorize bigotry. The Teamsters Union,
two million strong, chafes under the onus ol I i
Brother Bunker epitomize hard-hatism. No A
tor- Presid nt beer mugs or sweatshirts for them;
the average worker is no dingbat Nevei "Do you
now have that creepy feeling that Archie was C -
ated to be laughed at and not with and that
the script backfired?" a thoughtful newsman asks
Can bigotry really ever be fun?
We dare not minimize the importance
plea mad" by Whitney Young, executive head "I
the Urban League, who regarded "All In The I
lly" with sadness not long before he died conclud-
ing that it is irresponsible to air such a shew when
the nation is racially polarized. And we should
think long and hard on the judgment of John
Slawson, an old hand in the field of Intergroup rela-
tions, who holds that "All In The Family" has th
potential of producing "a halo effect" for bigotry. A
bigot is a bigot --never an adorable bigot.
Perhaps most terrifying of all is the thought
that our children will be conned by Archie Bunker;
that in creating a new freedom to lv offensive (as
Rabbi Arthur .1 Lelyweld has warned), the s rid
will teach our children disrespect.
Weighing all such commendable warning
nals, however, this observer persists In the view
that serious and profound efforts already made to
rid mankind of bigotry are laudable but not con-
clusive. Shock treatment is indicated. And the still-
unmeasured power of television, plus the audadtj
Of "All In The Family's" producers, plus the dy-
namism of buffoonery, plus the therapeutic power
of catching haters by surprise may yet prove a
modern miracle.
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Barry's Enrollment Increased To 1365
An educational phenomenon in
era ol independent colleges
LndliDS enrollment. Barry Col-
L. open.-d its doors this tall to
aiionimonate an increased enroll-
ment of 1.365 students a figure
Ihidi includes a dramatic 94'/,
,nclpase in full-time students in
UK School of Social Work.
Sifter M Dorothy Browne. O.P.,
Ah'i has sw>n enrollment douhle in
the decade she has been president
i.l Barry, observes that the 1972
enrollment increase is attributable
to rany factor*, among them in-
creased recruiting e/forts "to reach
out to the kind of student on the
undergraduate level who would
profit from the personalized cdu-
ratlon that we endeavor to give
ll Barry II
"Other programs which have in-
creased enrollments, such as grad-1
ual. and undergraduate social
work, art, drama, business, nurs- j
|ng and allied health, point up the j
type of service that can be appro-
rial d t>> the community who em-
plov our graduates." Sister Doro-
Uiy added.
Barry Registrar Grace SchoU-l
mcyer's official 1,365 head count
Inci ides 275 graduate, 171 social
md 919 undergraduate atu-
le Barry has experienced a|
in undergraduate en-
i 94' i rim in full-time
in the School of Social
ncluding part-time stu-
eial work, that school
i a 1089! inn-ease in en-
\ decided jumn in en-
from 55 in 1970 to 94
,n ''71 is further evidence of a
rowth trend in the School I
o\ So al Work.
Rstablished in 1966. the School
I Work, a 2-year work and |
[study masters degree program un- |
def the direction of Dean Dr j
| John .\I Riley, was re-accredited 11
n June, 1972 by the Council on i
[Social Work Education. Average;
[age ol degree candidates is 30. al
I number slightly above the gradu-11
late norm representing professional
{people returned to school and stu- j
' aining for a second career;
I hall ill,, students are men.
Manj educational innovations, |
lint; an undergraduate pro-1
gram in which students design
I hi r t n class schedule, are in
leffcci at Barry College. Through
iseayne Consortium, an ar-
nent which allows students
Barrj and Biscayne College for
i lake courses at either in-
lion with reciprocal credit.1
:' use is made of campus
i lies.
A 'common sense" program for
i k-to-school crowd, the Mi-
m at ion Consortium accom-
cs adults who wish to fur-
Iheir education hut whose
ibilities preclude participa-
. a traditional college s ih d-
ul< in cuiijunction with Embry
Riddle Areonautical University, i ing the technical aid of cassette, campus as well as a real estate
aviation professionals pursue a tapes. j course and language courses in'
college degree at Barry in an up- j An English Languages Services ; an expanded adult continuing edu- :
dated flexible program incorporat- ] center has been inaugurated on cation program.
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NIXON, GROMYKO DISCUSSED
TAX ON JEWISH EMIGRES
Miami
i, Florida Friday, October 6. 1972
Section B
Dade Voters Go To Polls
In Disappointing Numbers
Dade voters again went to the
poll* in disappointing numbers
Tuesday and elected a new Metro
mavoi- and three new commis-
sioner- in the non-partisan run-
offs.
Former school board chairman
Bill Lehman captured the Demo-
cratic nomination In the new 13th
District of north Dade and south
Brouaid counties, winning by
more than 7.CC0 votes over State
Sen. Lee Weissenborn.
Jack Orr, a former assistant
gtate attorney, topped incumbent
Metro Mayor Steve Clark by
mote than 4.000 vote* too many
for an indeterminate number of
abentu ballots to disturb.
Absentees could affect the ap-
parent victory of incumbent school
boaic! member Crutcher Harrison
by less than 800 votes over sav-
ing! and loan executive Sam
Gi'lot.
Closer yet was the probable
triumph of Paul Steinberg over
Hal Spael by 220 votes for the
District 101 Democ-atic nomina-
tion to the House of Representa-
tive-. Absentees won't be tallied
until Monday, and no one knows
how many of more than 5,000 re-
quested mail ballots were re-
turns! prior to deadline.
Incumbent House member Dick
Renick apparently lost to Charles
Papy, Jr., by less than 400 votes
in District 117, with the winner
facing a challenge from Republi-
can Dora Singletary.
In the county commission races,
former North Bay Village Mayor
Harvey Ruvin ousted James Mc-
Killips, Mke Calhoun toppled S. A.
Dansyear and Beverly Phillips de-
feated Harvey Reiseman. Incum-
bents Ed Stephenson and Ed Fogg
won easily over E. Jim Johnston
and John Coffey.
Other school board contests gave
Phyllis Miller and Ethel Beckham,
incumbents, victories over Jona-
than Alpert and Donna Hart.
Circuit court races, decided on a
non-partisan basis, returned Judge
Rhea Grossman to office with a
decisive triumph over I. Richard
Jacobs. William Gladstone beat in-
cumbent John V. Ferguson and
Justice of the Peace Ralph Fer-
guson bested Natalie Baskin.
In the county court runoffs.
Small Claims Judge Sidney Se-
gall turned back Stanley Goodman
by more than 8,000 votes. For-
mer Miami Beach Judge Fred Nes-
bitt beat former Beach Judge Mil-
ton Feller, Stuart Simons edged
Miami Beach Public Defender Ber-
nard Frank, Bernard Jaffe trounc-
ed Judge Albert Harum, Jr., Jus-
tice of the Peace Ruth Sutton beat
Calvin Mapp, Edmund Newbold
defeated Sam W. Kleinfeld and
Edward Swanko trimmed Meyer
Brilliant.
Richard Brinker won the clerk
of ciicuit court post over onetime
State Rep. David Eldridge and
Dade voters easily passed a water-
sewer consolidation question.
Other State House results gave
triumphs in the Democratic pri-
mary to Justice of the Peace
Charles Snowden, incumbents
Carl Singleton and Jeff Gautier
and to newcomers Ted Cohen and
Alan Becker. John C. Malloy won
the only Republican runoff from
Steve Corris in District 113.
Supreme Court Justice David
McCain handily defeated Rives
Buford. Jr.. statewide and in Dade.
By Special Report
WASHINGTON, D.C. President Richard M. Nixon and
Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko, who met this week
at the White House and later at Camp David, the presidential
retreat in the Maryland mountains, discussed a variety of topics
of interest to both nations, it was reported.
In addition to the formal steps taken to implement the two
documents signed at the Moscow summit last May limiting de-
ployment of defensive missiles and freezing the long-range of-
fensive missile arsenals for five years, such international issues
as Vietnam, the Middle East, the European Security Conference
and mutual, balanced troop reduction were discussed, White
House press secretary Ronald L. Zeigler said.
The spokesman also reported that the Soviet tax on Jewish
emigrees was discussed during the Nixon-Gromyko talks, but
he could give no further details.
... I-... I___________ i.
Lansky Receives Laissez Passer Travel
Document But Still Has No Place to Go
JERUSALEM (JTA> -- Meyer
Larsky, the reputed one time czar
of the American underworld who
was ordered to leave Israel, got
his traveling papers Monday but
apparently has no place to go.
Mr. Lansky's lawyer, Yoram
Alroi said that the laissez parser
promised by the Israeli govern-
ment has been issued. The Interior
Ministry, however, has set no
deadline by which Mr. Lansky
must be out of the country.
The Ministry ordered Mr. Lan-
sky's ouster after studying dos-
siers on his criminal past provided
by U.S. authorities. Last month
the Supreme Court upheld the In-
terior Ministry's decision.
The laissez passer was issued to
enable Mr. Lansky to travel to
whatever country will admit him,
since U.S. authorities have re-
voked his pa-sport. Without it he
would have hf. i to return to the
United States where he faces in-
dictment on crimnal charges.
Leading Israeli Medical
Authority To Visit Miami
I)i Natan Goldblum, Ph.D.,
[Professor of Virology and chair-
I man ol the department of Virol-
the Hebrew University here and
in Palm Beach. Dr. Ronald Shane,
chairman of the Physicians' Com-
mittee, will host a special luncheon
for him at Mount Sinai Hospital.
Monday noon. He will also meet
with the Executive Committee of
the medical division of the Physi-
cian's Committee and with the Fa-
cully of the Department of Virol-
ogy directed by Dr. Michael Sigel.
Dr. Goldblum's visit to Miami
will be the culmination of a series
of visits throughout the nation in
connection with medical research
in behalf of Israel as well as con-
sultations with leading medical
authorities.
B TJ n
3D I 1ST, U S
DR. NATAN G01DBIUM
Ogy uf Hebrew University
Hadassah Medical School, will be
in the Miami area this weekend.
Dr. Goldblum, who was born in
Poland 19i.'0 and settled in Israel
in 19.38. obtained his M.Sc. in Mic-
robiology and his Ph.D., from
Hebrew University in Jerusalem.
He beld the rank of Lieutenant
Colonel in the Army and served
with the Department of Preven-
tlve Medicine in the Israel De-
fense Forces, and has a long and
distinguished medical career as a
consultant to organizations within
Israel and other parts of the world
and is the author of over 120 pub-
lished papers.
Dr. Goldblum is an eminent re-
search worker in the medical field
and has served as the director of
the Virus Laboratory of the Israel
Ministry of Health in Tel Aviv
and on the Advisory Committee on
viral diseases of the World Health
Organization.
During his visit here Dr. Gold-
olum will meet with distinguished
members of the medical profession
as well as address several meet-
mgs of the American Friends of
Spector Family
Reunited After
25 Years Apart
A happy and long awaited re-
union took place Wednesday as
Morris Spector of Miami Beach
greeted his father Leib Spector.
his mother Rosa, and his brother
Shalom who arrived from Russia
via Vienna. Rome and New York
aboard Delta flight 221.
The three Spectors left Russia
on June 26, going first to Vienna
and then to Rome. In both places
Cantor Leib Spector conducted
Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur
services, to the delight of the con-
gregations there.
Mr. and Mrs. Spector, who came
here nine years ago from Israel
have three sons, all at college in
Gainesville where one is studying
to be a dentist, one a medical doc-
tor, and one an engineer.
It has taken Mr. Spector many
years, working through the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women
and Hlas, to bring his parents and
brother out of Russia. When he
went to Vienna to meet his fam-
ily in June, they had been sepa-
rated for 25 years.
In Russia, Leib Spector was a
well known cantor, a mohel and
Bal Korah; his son, Shalom,
taught English.
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Friday, October 6. 1972
Former Soviet TV Commentator
Beth Sholom's Dinner Speaker
a. aham Levin, a prizcfcMlMiM
S ivfc i if|f\ i.-inn commentator aiKl
journalist who emigrated t<> Israel
AVKAHAM UVIN
- .....n Temple
Israel Din-
- I p.m. Sunday
in the Fontainebleau Hotel, a<--
cording to Dr. Leon Kron sh. I-
: the temple,
A popular television personality
whus. programs won awards in-
cluding a State prize tor excel-
lence Mr. Levin abandoned his
career and privileges as a mcmlx>i
Ol the Russian establishment" bc-
caun he wanti d to be free to pur-
sue his religious beliefs and he
vani.il others to have thai free-
dom.
le .- a : aln ost one year
to obtain a visa, the Soi el govern-
ment refused to allow Mr. Levin
to work in the field of communi-
cations, so he supported himself as
a laborer, Since his arrival in Is-
rael, he has worked as a commen-
tator, writer and producei for Kol
Israel the government's radio and
television network and has written
articles for various Israeli pub-
! ics Ii >ns.
Temple Beth Sholom's will be
the first synagogue event in this
area celebrating Israel's 25tn an-
niversary. Members will lie asked
t" buy an Israel IJond to bolster
thf country's economy in these
times oi International crisis. Ted
and Magda Itodin. recipients of
the prestigious State of Israel
Shalom Award will be honored.
Mis. Isadora Hceht. dinner
,_fban ir.nn. was bjsstess at a ascent
bi-uneh in the Fon:a.neblea-; Hotel,
where Dr. Kronisii discussed plans
for the dinner event.
Mis. Micht, the first woman to
serve a~ chairman of the temple's
Coiid with Israel dinner, has been
,: invmlier of Temple Beth Sholoni
for 23 years. The last time she
visited Israel was last May when
she and her daughter. Barbara, ac-
companied Kabbi Kionish and
utheis on the first community
leadership jjioup sent to Israel un-
dei the auspices of a new pioxram
with the State of Israel Bonds.
The irroup witnessed two emo-
tion-charged events in one day at
airport. Rabbi Kronish said.
They met an Kl Al plane carrying
Itussian immigrants who had left
their homes for a new start in Is-
.. i. and wen- present at the time
of the Sal.ena jet air-piracy epi-
sode.
The rabbi said he was imp.-
that the Israelis conducted their
i .i transportation business with
idency, showing the world that
wen not going to tolerate
Elks Offering
Musical Show
Saturday Nite
The "Singing Hurricanes." a
choral group from the University
ol Miami, which has been fea-
tured on coast to coast television
programs, :n addition to starring
in hall time shows around the
country, will be the star attrac-
tion al the gala charity show spon-
sored by the Miami Beach Elks
Lodge, at its clubhouse on 720
West Ave.. Sat unlay at 7:30 p.m.
Under the direction of Alan Hoel
n i accompanied by a 12-piece
orchestra, they are planning a spe-
cial program for this event.
Among the many other attrac-
tions will Ik- the Lea Wagman o -
rhestra, a group of five musicians.
featming Elaine on the vocals,
Lee Barry, baritone. Dolly Kra-
mer from the PROPS. Carlo Co-
rcMi ami I)oc Marcus.
There will be continuous danc-
ing, plus a two-hour show. No
tickets will be sold at the door
David Drucker, exalted ruler,
.stated that "proceeds will so to-
ll ards a special charity fund, and
this event will be the first of the
fall season."
The show will be under the su-
pervision of William Schusel, as-
sisted by Ernie) Bernstein, Lou Ja-
CObson, Irving Cohen, Aaron Book-
span. Doc Marcus and officers of
the lodge.
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threats to their an tcanwportation
life. He praised his congregation
for responding so well to an Is-
raeli I5ond apjieal during the High
Holidays, and pointed out that
bond money gives Israel financial
and moral supiiort to help tle
young nation.
Dr. Kronish welcomed Mrs.
Judith Beilin. Consul of Israel in
New York since 1961. to the
brunch, and Mrs. Beilin urged the
tfroup to invest in Israel's present
so that there will be a future.
The Consul, who visits Israel for
siveral months each year on for-
eign ministry business, pointed out
that the Russians are demanding
a large -sum for allowing ton
scientists and their families to
leave Russia. She also appealed to
governments everywhere not to fi-
nance countries whose terrorists
are out to destro) Israel.
In her address, Mr. Beilin
looted Israel's Prime Minister
Golds Meir, who said. "Never give
m to terrorism and blackmail. It
leads to further terrorism and
blackmail.''
Temple Sinai Sisterhood
Sponsors 'Book and Brunch'
Te np'e Sinai's Sistei h od i-
- onsoi In IU first Book and
Brunch" in the social hall Tues-
laj at 11 a.m.
The annual sei iea will be ushered
in with a review of Chaim Potok's
'My Name li Vsher Lev." The re-
viewer will be the synagogue's
Kabbi Ralph P. Klngsley. Mrs.
Rita Wold is serving as chairman
oi the day,
'Fat City" Opens Hero
Among new films opening at
Wometco Theatres in the area on
Friday will l*> "Fat City" at the
Parib and "The Demi are Alive"
at the Miami and Coral Way.
Holdovers include "Cabaret" at
Ihi Carlyle, "Play it Again. Sam"
and "Last of the Red Hot Lovers"
at the 163rd St.. and The Gradu-
ate" at the Parkway and Nor-
mandv
Mrs. Judith Beilin, (center) Consul of Israel in New York
chat hostess of the recent brunch for members of Temple Beth
Sholom. at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Mrs. Bodin and her
husband will be honorees at the Temple Beth Sholom's
annual Israel Dinner of State at 6:30 p.m. Sunday at the
Fontainebleau Hotel.
Senson's 1st Meeting The Sisterhood of Temple Beth "" Hyman J Berger, president,
Raphael was to hold its first meet- was to conduct the agenda which
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Friday. October b, 1972
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Mrs. Jan Peerce Guest At
Bond-with-Israel Luncheon
\:,v Jan Peerce, national Wom-
,;s Division chairman of the
gtate of Israel Bonds and wife of
IbSsS m.
MRS. JAN ntRCi
the noted opera stager, will be
... aker ai the Miami Beach
--.:li llon..-\vith-Isracl lunch-
..1 noon Thursday, Oct. 19, In
-:,. pontainebleau Hotel.
The event honoring Miss Lillian
Goodman, who has been named
tt> receive the COVitad Woman of
Valor Award, will inaugurate Is-
rael's 25th anniversary.
Following Mrs. Peerce'a speech.
the"<5n1Wr Players. Israeli cntcr-
tniners, will i.,escnt a program.
Mis. Peerce served as a leading
delegate and as spokesman for
the national Women's Division at
the Israel Bond Jerusalem Lead-
ers Conference in 1970. On that
occasion and on her many trips
io Israel, she met with key gov-
ernment officials to discuss means
of advancing Israel's economy
through the Israel Bond invest-
ment program.
Traveling with her husband on
many concert tours abroad, Mrs.
Peerce has had the opportunity
to see and study Jewish life in
such countries as China, Russia,
Australia, South Africa and
Europe,
Mrs. Milton Sirkin is luncheon
chairman, Mrs. Philip Thau is Is-
rael Bond chairman, and Mrs.
Rmanuel Mentz is president of the
Miami Beach Chapter of Iladassah,
:i group of 27 chapters containing
almost 8.000 members.
Jack J. Spitzer To Address
IVnai B'rilh Century Club
Hebrew Courses
On Schedule Of
Belli \m Institute
The Beth Am Adult Education
Institute fall semester, which was
launched this week will continue
j for seven consecutive evenings.
The courses given will qualify
! adults for institute graduation and
i confirmation.
Members or the institute faculty
are: Joseph Yanich. director of the
American Jew ish Congress for
' the southeastern United Stales
who has made several trips to Is-
' rael and the Soviet Union; Abe
GlttelSOn, assistant director of the
Central Agency for Jewish Educa-
> tion; ECnute Krassenstein, veteran
public school teacher, now on the
, tcmolc's Hebrew School staff, and
Debra Spanier, a native Israeli,
who will teach Hebrew.
Course titles will be "Hasidism
and Modern Man," Rabbi Herliert
M. Baumgard, spiritual leader of
Beth Am. and Mr. Gittelson; Be-
ginners' Hebrew. Mr. Krassen-
stein: conversational Hebrew,
Debra Spanier; "Raising Young
Children in Today's World," Rabbi
Baumgard; Myth and Fact About
Israel Today," Mr. Vanich, and
'Conversational Hi brew, Debra
spaniel-.
League I nit Meets
The Lincoln-Miami Beach Chap-
, ter of the Women's League for
Israel will hold a regular meeting
Wednesday, 12:30 p.m. at 100
Lincoln Ri. Samuel Pascoe will
speak on current Jewish events.
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
and
BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION
Annual Banquet
Guest of Honor
MOSES J.
GRUNDWERG
Religious Leader
Philanthropist
Dedicated Servant
of Israel
Guest Speaker
Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro
of Miami Beach
Judge Norman Ciment
Chairman
MUSIC
SUNDAY. OCTOBER 29. 1972
AT 6:30 P.M.
FONTAINEBLEAU HOTEL
ENTERTAINMENT
Jack .1. Spitzer, national chair-
:i hi of the H'nai B'rith Pounda-
Uon and chairman of the National
JACK SPITZER
Fund Cabinet of B'nal B'rith, will
be the guest speaker at the an-
nual Century Club Breakfast, Bur-
nett Roth, a trustee of the
Foundation, has announced. The
affair will be held at the Carillon
Hotel Sunday. Nov. 12, at 10 a.m. I
Mr. Spitzer has been active in
B'nal B'rith since the thirties,)
when he was a member of AZA,
its Youth Organization; he served
as natiotial president of AZA in j
1938-39. His distinguished career!
includes service as national chair- '
nian of the B'nai B'rith Youth
Commission, which he now serves '
as honorary chairman, and he was
president of District Grand Lodge
No. 1.
A leader in the savings and loan
banking field on the West Coast,
Mr, Spitzer is president and board
chairman of the Security Savings
and Loan Association in Washing-
ton and the Sterling Savings and
Loan Association in California.
Active in many civic and .religious
croups, he has1 devoted his career
to the si rvlce of Jewish vovth.
Suing on the Committee with
Mr. Roth are Judge Milton I.
Fiiedman, Herman Nudolman.
Murray Shaw, Ai Golden, Mel
eles, Sidney Flitter, Allan Wil-
son s.mi Pascoe, -lack Sperans.
Dr. Michael Sosain, Judge Howard
Neu, president of the South Flor-
ida Council of B'nai B'rith Lodges,
''id Bert Brown, president of the
Florida State Association of B'nai
B'lith Lodges. Edwai-d Tumaroff
is regional director for the B'nai '
B'rith Foundation.
The members Of the Century
and Presidents Club of B'nai
B'rith have committed themselves
to continuing support of the B'nai
B'rith Youth Services, including
the Hillel Foundations and CoiUl-
sclorships on 2S0 campuses, the
B'nai B'lith Youth Organizations
with 1.600 chapters in 1100 com-
munities, and the Career and
Counseling Services In 20 field of-
fices throughout the country
Or Olom Fetes
Kahhi Winograd
And His Family
Friday evening si i < Ices ai Tem-
ple Or Olom on Oct. 13 will be
followed by an Oneg Shabbat in
honor of Rabbi and Mrs. Blliol
Winograd and their daughters
Vivian. Stephanie and Mvra.
Rabbi Winograd joined Temple
Or Olom shortly before the New
Year alter spending a year with
his family on a Sabbatical in Is-
rael.
Rabbi Winograd, an eighth gen- .
, oration rabbi, held pulpits in New
I York and Florida and through
j 1971 was spiritrel leader of
'Temple Israel in Miramar. While
! in the New York area, he served
for five years as a board member
i of the Catholic-Jewish Community
! Relations Board and the Brooklyn
Board of Rabbis.
Since coming to Florida, he
.ias served as a board member of
the Association for Retarded Chil-
dren of Escambia County, and of
Teenage Hotline" in Hollywood,
and a member of the State Board
Narcotics Guidance Council.
Rabbi Winograd was also ap-
pointed by the Greater Miami
Rabbinical Association as official
liaison to Governor Askew and the
State Legislators of Florida on
matters pertaining to Jewish com-
munity affairs.
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Academy Welcomes Mothers
Of Newly Enrolled Students
Mothers of new students ai the
Greater Miami Hebrew Academy
ah re welcomed Wednesday after-
noon at a luncheon in the Eden
ROC Hotel.
Mrs. George Feldenkreis was
latron of the luncheon which was
sponsored by the Hebrew Aca-
lemy Women. Mrs. Leonard Ad-
er, "president of the organization,
and Rabbi Alexander S. Gross,
irincipa] of the Miami Beach
irhool, greeted the new parents.
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Friday, October 6
Newmark Will Greet
Histadrut Treasurer
Morris Newmark. treasurer of
the Israel Uistradrut Council of
South Florida and national Zionist
MR. mi MRS. MORRIS NEWMARK
leader, will head the welcoming
committee for Yehoshua Levy
when the treasurer of the His-
tadrut in Israel arrives in Miami
Beach Oct. 13.
Mr. Newmark, who together
with his w1ft-. Ann*, hiut on-
tribntod five medical clinic*
and a synagogue to the people
of Israel through Histadrut, has
worked closely with Mr. Levy
for the past 15 years.
Mr. Levy, who headed the res-
cue efforts for Jewish D.P.'s from
Europe in the years immediately
after World War, heads the Amer-
ican desk of the Histadrut in Is-
rael. He has coordinated efforts
which have raised nearly S200
million for the educational, medi-
cal, welfare, cultural ami religious
projects of Histadrut in Israel
from American Jewry aHd labor
unions.
Bernard .Jacolwon, national
dtroetor of the Israel in>tadrut
campaign, will accompany Mr.
Levy here for a three-day round
of meetings with top Jewish
leadership.
Mr. Levy will be a pulpit guest
Oct. 13 at Temple Beth Sholom.
with Dr. Leon Kronish. national
board chairman of the Israel
Histadrut Foundation, welcoming
the Histadrut world leader.
Dr. Irving Lehrman. national
president of the Synagogue Coun-
cil of America, will greet Dr. Levy
during the Oct. 14 Sabbath service
at Temple Emanu-El.
Preparations for the visit of
Mr. Levy and Mr. Jarobson are
being made by Moe Levin, chair-
man of the board, and Samuel
Felnstein, president of the Is-
rael Hbrtadrut Council.
Hal Bergida To Be
Breakfast Speaker
At Temple Beth Am
Hal Bergida. newspaper ctil-'
news commentator
and the executive director of the
Tiger Bay Political OI>;b. will be
the guest s;>eaker at Temple Beth
An:'s congregational breakfast
'tv. Oct. 15, at 9:30 a.m. in
ihe Social Hall according to an |
mem made by Dr.
Jerome Jacobs, president of the
Brotherhood.
Born in New York City. Mr.
Bergida served in the Army Air
Corps' first motion picture unit in
World War II. worked on the staff
of the British Press Combine after ,
the war. and came to Miami in
1946. He is a graduate of the Uni- I
versity of Miami.
Mr. Bergida's list of credits are
most impressive: he was a re-!
gistered lobbyist for the Alliance j
for Progress which created hous-
ing for thousands of Latins; he
represented some of the nation's '
top business and professional pub-
lications, publishing hundreds of !
articles annually; he writes a j
An Oct. 15 welcome brunch for daily newspaper column and hosts
Mr. Levy will be held at the Fon- several radio programs each day.
tainebleau Hotel, with members A member of Sigma Delta Chi.
of the board of the Histadrut the professional journalistic frat-
Council slated to meet the Israeli ** he is listed in -Who's Who
spokesman. in the South and Southwest."
Mr. Jacobson will outline plans Brotherhood members may at-
for the expansion of the Sidney j tend at no cost; the public will be
and Lillian Bolotin Medical Center | asked to make a small donation.
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Reservations may be made by
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Miami Poets Set
Observance Of
World Poetry
Oct. 15 is World Poetry Day ,
throughout the world, and the
La ram ore Rader Poetry Group, at
40, one of the oldest poetry groups '
in the United States is sponsoring
poetry programs in eight Dade j
County libraries to mark the cele-'
bration.
Some 30 poets in the area win j
read their poems, and with the
emphasis being placed on the mu-
sic of poetry this year, guitarists
and singers will interpret and ac-
company many of the readings.
Schedule starts on Sunday, Oct.
15, at 3 p.m. in the main Miami
library, continues on Tuesday, Oct.
17, at 8 p.m. at th Coral Gables,
Grapeland Heights, Surf-Bal-Bay
and Brock Memorial libraries; on
Thursday, Oct. 19 at 8 p.m. at the
Coconut Grove and Miami Springs
libraries, and on Friday. Oct. 20.
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Friday, October 6, 1972
*Jewisti noridHian
Mizrachi Task Force Will
Include Mrs. Finkelstein
Mrs. Alfred Finkelstein of 9100
S\V th Tcr., will be one of 20
Amrican-Jewish women to meet
MM. AIMED FmXCLSTEM
with Pi i.ne Minis.er Golda Meir of
Israel and other top government
official- during a two-week visit to
the Holy Land during October, it
hai been announced.
As part of a task force of the
Mlzracl Women's Organization of
America, ihe major women's reli-
gious-Zionist organization in the
United States, Mrs. Finkelstein
will join with women from cities
thruuvheut the nation in an effort
to determine which services Miz-
rachi Women can best develop and
support during the next 10 years,
based on the organization's re-
sources experience, and expertise.
The Task Force, which will
leave Mew York City next Wed-
nesday and return to the United
c vt. 2.">. will confer with
key Israeli offxials and will also
visit pi ncipal projects established
I Vlis i hi women and other or-
I s iii the areas of social
lucation, and child-care.
strumental in starting the new
Chapter of Chai in the South Dade
area. She was the chapter's first
president and now holds the posi-
tions of Advisor and Auction chair-
man.
Mrs. Finkelstein was vice-presi-
dent of Debb's H'nai B'rith, and
w3 active in Junior Hadassah in
several cappcities. A recipient of a
scholarship to the Biandeis Lead-
ership Camp in New York, she also
held key ixjsitions in the YM-
YWHA.
Mrs. Finkelstein. who led sev-
eral fund-raising drives for the
Hope School for mentally retarded
children, Muscular Dystrophy, and
the Heart Fund, is a member of
the Temple Beth Tov. where she
has assisted in the Hebrew and
Sunday School program. She is
also a member of the Miami Civic
Music Association and Miami Art
Center.
Mrs. Finkelstein and her hus-
band, an accountant who is also
active in communal organizations
in Miami are the parents of three
children.
JWV Auxiliary
Assists Dade In
Skill Fair Project
Norman Bruce Brown Auxiliary
174. Jewish War Veterans was to
assist in the Dade Employ the
Handicapped Skill Fair project at
the Everglades Hotel Thursday
and Friday from 11 to 3 p.m.
Mrs. Seema Lefkowitz. presi-
dent and auxiliary members, were
to act as hostesses, and were to
take job orders from prospective
employers.
The purpose of "Skill Fair" is
to encourage handicapped citizens
to obtain training so they can be-
come successful in pursuing a job
and to alert employers to the
value of hiring the handicapped.
The Norman Bruce Brown Aux-
iliary has been engaged year
round with Dade Employ the
Handicapped.
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Mrs. Gritz New President
Of Hebrew Academy P.T.A.
Cosmetic Demo Given
Harmony Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Women, has slated an 8 p.m. meet-
ing Tuesday at Jefferson National,
301 Arthur Godfrey Rd. Pat Kra-
mer, of Merle Norman Studios,
will give a demonstration on cos-
metics and makeiro.
Annual installation of the of-
fiers and directcrs of the Hebrew
Adademy P.T.A. at 8 p.m. Sunday
in the Nautilus Hotel will high-
light a "getting acquainted" cock-
tail party of the organization.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross will
serve as installing officer for the
P.T.A., with Mrs. Leonard Gritz
taking the reigns as president for
the first time.
Among other officers to be
sworn in are Mrs. Manuel Fespoff,
vice president for the elementary
school; Mrs. Joshua Lehrer, vice
president for the junior high
school; Mrs. Morris Waldman. vice
president for the Olga and Mar-
garet Weishaus High School for
Girls.
Others to take the oath of of-
fice are Mrs. Samuel Kahn, treas-
urer; Mrs. Stuart Ranee, recording
secretary; Mrs. Samuel Grosfeld,
corresponding secretary. Mrs. Alan
Cohen, room mother chairman;
Mrs. Henry Stern, library chair-
man; Mrs. Moreno Habif, snack
chairman, and Mrs. Donald Can-
tor, program chairman.
The P.T.A. working closely
with the faculty of the Hebrew
Academy in adjusting students,
parents and teachers to the many
changes produced by the opening
of the new junior and senior high
school building, Mrs. Gritz said.
Hunter College Alumni
Luncheon Meeting Set
The South Florida Chapter of
the Hunter College Alumni Asso-
ciation will hold a luncheon meet-
ing Saturday, Oct. 14. at 12:30
p.m. at Junior's Restaurant, 7960
Biscayne Blvd., Marilyn Berliner of
Coral Gables, chapter president,
has announced.
Featured > peakers at the lunch-
eon will be Mrs. Sophie Englander,
Democratic state com-nittee-
|.v>mar,. and Mrs. Ann Wilson,
imrmed:nte past chairman of the
Republican executive committee
of Dade County.
heir return to the United
Mrs. Finkelstein and the
ask Force members will re-
findings and recommen-
to the Mizrachi Women's
inual convention in New
ity Oct. 29 and 30. and at
nventions to be held in
ities throughout the na-
uring the following two
Mrs. Finkelstein will be
ipal speaker at a mini-con-
in Miami some time in
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Active in Mizrachi Women for
leveral years, Mis. Finkelstein is
a member of the Kinneret Chapter
m the organization, and was in-
Pioneer Women
Chapter Events
Kinneret Chapter of Pioneer
Women will hold installation of
officers at 1 p.m. Sunday at the
Federal. 1133 Normandy Dr. An
Israeli film will be featured.
The Beha IdeLson Chapter will
hold a regular meeting Wednesday
noon at the Washington Federal,
1133 Normandy Dr. Fannie Gib-
son, president, will be welcomed
back from her recent trip to Is-
rael.
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Friday. October 6. 1;"2

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tefh Abra.itson
Jeffrey linger
Billy K/rsh
Harry Diamond
Mark ftquenaii Morlc feinsfein David Wiiensky Martin Zoiae
TASIM1 LEADER:
Tan- ::.. the daughter of Mr. and
i Jeiv Lradi r, *rW be called
i > the Tovah as a Eat Mll7vnh
Bring the 10:30 .-urn. services at
Temple Sinai of North Dade Sat-
urda;, ot. 7.
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Bradley Michael Collins will be
Bar Mifzuah during Saturday
morning services at Temple Beth
El on Oct. 7.
The cell brant's parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Robert O. Collins, will be ac-
OOfded pulpit honors during Fri-
day evening services an the Oneg Shabhat following the
it. many Saturday.
Bradli;. is in the eighth grade
;.i Nova Middle School.
Guests who will attend the cel-
tbra''in include maternal grand-
parcnts, Mr. ami Mrs. Robert Shul-
man. North Miami Beach. U.S.
Sen. Mike Gravel. Alaska; Norman
Mailer of Stoekbridge. Maine; Gen.
Carlos Arenas. Venezuela; Mr. and
Mrs. Alfred Smatt an Mrs. Kddic Lei. Kingston. Jamaica;
Steve Swart/ and Mr. and Mrs.
Mickey Duff. London. Ambassador
;ind Mrs. John Fiorio, Rome; Mr.
and Mis. Jerry Lester. Mr. and
' Mrs. Ily Gardner and Mr. and
Mrs. John Morrissey, New York
C ity; Mr. and Mrs. Alcee Hastings
and Mrs. Barbara Marciano. Fort
1 ami' idale. Dr. and Mrs. Samuel
Kaplan. Venice. Fla.; Dr. and Mrs.
l-awrence Wyatt, Winter Park.
.-.n Tami a.
scsa.v GAMS
Friday evening services at Beth
Tnrah Congregation on Oct. 6 will
include the Bat Mitzvah of Susan,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold
Game
An eighth grade honor student
at John F. Kennedy Junior High
School, where she [days flute in
the school band, Susan is iti the
confiiniation class of Beth Torah's
Harold Wolk Religious School.
Susan will be honored by her
parents at the Oneg Shabbat fol-
lowing services. Guests will in-
clude in r grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Colker of Charleston.
W. Va., and Dr. and Mrs. Abraham
Can/, of New York City.
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jkfkkky' DNOBB
Jeffrey, the son of Dr. and Mrs.
Hugh Unger, will celebrate his
Bar Mitzvah during early morning
services at Beth Torah Congrega-
tion on Saturday, Oct. 7.
A member of the pre-confirma-
tion class at Beth Torah Harold
Wolk Religious School. Jeffrey is
in the eighth grade at John F.
Kennedy Junior High School
where he is on the honor roll. He
is a member of the Boy Scouts.
The celebrant will be honored at
the Kiddush following the serv-
\niong guests will be Dr. and
A/is. Louis Unger and Mrs. Yvette
Elmer.
MARK ESQUENAZI
Mark, the son of Dr. ami Mrs.
Jose Esquenazi. will become a Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Menorah on
Saturday. Oct. 7.
Mark is a student at Nautilus
Junior High School, where he is in
the eighth grade.
Sunday evening there will be a
reception and dinner at the Eden
Roc Hotel in Mark's honor.
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MARTIN /.MAC
Martin, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Manuel Zaiac. will celebrate his
Bar Mitzvah Saturday Oct. 7. at
10:45 a.m.. during services at Tem-
ple Beth Sholom.
Martin is a student of the con-
firmation class of 734.
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BETH ABRAMSON
Beth Sandra, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Abramson, will
become Bat Mitzvah on Saturday,
Oct. 7, at Temple Kmanu-Kl.
Beth attends Temple Kmanu-Kl
Religious School and is an eighth
grade student at John F. Kennedy
Junior High School.
The celt.brant will be honored
with a teception following the
services. Her grandparents. Mr.
and Mrs. Leonard Abramson and
Robert Rogers will aUend tlie
event.
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HABRY DIAMOND
Harry Steven, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack J. Diamond, will observe
his Bar Mit/.vah during early
morning services at Beth Torah
Congregation on Saturday, Oct. 7.
Harry is a student in the Beth
Torah Harold Wolk Religious
School confirmation class and is
in the eighth grade at John F.
Kennedy Junior High School. He
is a member of the National Jun-
iot honor society.
Mr. and Mrs. Diamond will host
the Kiddush in their son's honor.
Among guests will be maternal
grandmother, Mrs. Kva Tanger,
and paternal grandniother, Mrs.
Ella Chernoff.
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.MARK FEIXSTKIV
Mark David Feinstein will be-
come Bar Mitzvah Saturday morn-
ing. Oct. 7, at Temple Judea of
Coral Gables.
The son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Feinstein, Coral Gables, Mark is
an eighth grade student at Riviera
Junior High School and has
trophies in baseball, football and
swimming.
The celebrant will be honored
with a Kiddush following the ser-
vices. Sharing in the festivities
will be his grandpaients, Mr. ami
Mrs. J. Klukofsky and Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Feinstein. local resi-
dents, and friends and relatives
Irom New York, Cleveland and
Puerto Rico.
it ft ft
BILLY KIK.NII
On Saturday morning, Oct. 7,
Billy, the son of Mr. ami Mrs.
Morris Kirsh. will be Par Mitzvah
in the main sanctuary of Temple
Ner Tamid
Billy is a student at Nautilus
J rotoi iii-li School and Ner Ta.nid
Religious School. He is a member
of the school's conceit band, an
Opjiu-Sl Qiatory winner, and a
member of the Science Orb.
Billy has done advertising and
TV commercials aid several films.
A Kiddush Will follow the serv-
ices, and a reception in Billy's
honor will be held at the Doial
hotel.
Out-of-town guests will include
u celebrant's paternal grand-
father. Jack Kirsh, from Houston.
Tex.: and a:n!s and uncles and
- including Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley Applebaum and Mr. ami
Mrs. Bernard Channun of Texas;
Dr. and Mrs. Aaron Weintraub,
Mis. Fanny Ariler, Mr. and Mrs.
Alan Brand nrthur and Sharon
Brand, and Mr. and Mrs. Martin
G-eene 01 New York: Philip Kirsh
il New Jersey, and Mr. and Mrs.
P. chard Weintraub ol Washing-
ton. DC.
MITCHELL SHILMAN
Mitchell Owen Shulman will ob-
serve his Bar Mitzvah Saturday.
Oct. 7. at Beth David Congrega-
tion.
The celebrant is in the eighth
grade at Palmetto Junior High
School and has attended Beth Da-
| vid Religious School for three
years.
Mr. and Mrs. David Shulman
will honor their son at a recep-
tion in their home, 7175 SW 117th
Ter.
Mitchell's grandparents. Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Baumann of Miami
Beach and Joseph Shulman of
New York, will be here for the
celebration.
ft ft ft
DAVID U ll.KNSKV
David Robert, tlie son of Mr. '
and Mrs. Nat Wiiensky, will cele-
brate his Bar Mitzvah at Congre-
gation B'nai Raphael Saturday.
Oct. 7.
David, an eighth grade student
at Norland Junior High School, is ,
an All-Star Little Leaguer. He
was the first president of the stu-
dent body when he attended Nor- I
wood Elementary School.
Among guests attending the fes-
tivities will be Mr. and Mrs. Bern-
ard Hornung. Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Hanover and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney Wiiensky ami Mrs. Murray
Wiiensky and daughter, all of New
York.
LUhat a \m~ookim
Bv RUTH SIRKIS
j rlstit "''- srapl Ac
During the holiday season, some extra efforts in tl
ted and appreciated. 1 am sure you want j i
i a stive atmosphere, This is achieved, ir
the dishes you prepare and by th" aromas that .'.
The lishes have some nostalgv flavor. The)
red from mothers oi grandmothei -
other t adittonal favorites. The recipe here is for an o .
ial j tade ". buckwheat groats, and served as i -.:
Th _'. >:- are garnished with bow shaped Rood
VAKNISHKCS
2 tbls. chicken fa'
l large onion, cho
: cup tHce I fresh n
dash pepP' :
2 t ik oil
l cup buckwheat gro
1 tsp. salt
l'- cup-, water
1 cup bow shaped noo-:
Boil noodles in a big pot of boiling water for 10 n
just until tender; drain. Heat the oil in a large skillet o\
heat. Ad I groats and cook until broivn, stirring occasiui J
the sail and water. Cover and ^ook over low beat
minutes until all the water is absorbed.
In the meantime, in another skillet, brown the onion '..
a id the mushrooms and cook live minutes. Sprinkle a da-i o
Combine the groats, noodl-s. onion and mushrooms in i four
sup casserole. Bake at 350 degrees fahrenheit for 25 minutes.
Serve hot Makes six portions.
Nixon's Position On Soviet
Jews In Kremlin Hands
Levin To Speak
Before Farband
:Moe Levin, chairman of the,
Chaim Weizman branch of the:
Farban-Labor Zionist Order will'
address the owning program of1
the organization Wednesday night.
The meeting, slated for 7:30
p.m. at Washington Federal's
South Shore office. 1234 Washing-
ton Ave., is free and open to the
public.
Mr. Levin will speak on "From
Dachau to Golden Jerusalem to,
Munich." Installation of new-
members and a musical program j
also will be featured. Mr. I^vin is'
chairman of the board of the'
Israel Histadrut Council of South
Florida.
By Special Report
WASHINGTON. D.C. A
United States government "po-
sition" with respect to Jewish
political prisoners in the Soviet
Union was communicated by
President Nixon to Soviet gov-
ernment leaders during the re-
cent summit conference, accord-
ing to K.lliot Richardson. Secre-
tary of Health, Education and
Welfare.
In response to a request that
he protest to the Soviet Minis-
ter of Health over continued
confinement and mistreatment
of Jewish and other political dis-
sidents in Soviet mental institu-
tions, Mr. Richardson said "dur-
ng the recent summit conference
in Moscow Nixon made clear
to the Soviet leaders the U.S.
position with, regard to the Jew-
ish prisoners."
Although Administration
spokesmen have previously indi-
cated generally that the question
of Soviet Jewxy was raised dur-
ing the recent summit talks in
Moscow. Mr. Richardson's let-
ter was the first statement from
a high administration official
that the United States has for-
mutated a position with respect
to the Jewish posoners and that
President Nixon has personally
communicatHl American con-
cern for Soviet Jews to tbe S>-
viet government.
Some Jewish leaders here and
in the Soviet Union feel that the
Soviet government has hardened
its attitude toward Jewish citi-
zens since President Nixon's va>
i it to Moscow, as evidenced by
the dramatic increase in the
price of exit visas and bv in-
creasingly harsh cnticisrv. of
; Jewish dissidents in the Soviet
j press.
The National Center for Jew-
' ish Policy Studies, a Washing-
ton-based organization which
carries out research on projects
on matters of public policy re-
lating to Jewish interests, has
asked the White House for de-
tails of the American position
with respect to the imprison-
ment of Jewish leaders in the
Soviet Union and for a descrip-
tion of any measures taken since
the summit to alleviate the
plight of Soviet Jews.
letters to the editor
Histadrut Slates
Women's Event
Monthly luncheon of the Wom-
en's Council of Histadrut. Marsha
Wolf stein Chapter, will be held
Wednesday noon at the Cadillac
Hotel in Miami Beach.
Esther Berman has replaced
F.sther Kastan as treasurer of the'
organization, which raises funds
for the Sidney and Lillian Bolotin
Medical Center of Histadrut in
Bcersheba, Mrs. Phil Sahl said.
Theme of Wednesday's program
is "Gettine; to Know You. Hista-
drut." Details of the organiza-
tion's health, educational, cultural,
welfare and religious programs in
Israel will be described.
KIM tor. The Jewish Floridlan:
It must have been with tongue-
in-cheek that letter-writer Leon
Ell charged the clergy with being
less qualified to speak on practi-
cal |x>litical issues on the grounds
ot "not having been exixwed to
earning a living in business or in-
dustry." As a man with moral
convictions, he certainly cannot
have been advocating that we turn
over our government to such qual-
ified industrial and businessmen
as the leaders of Lockheed, Penn
Central. ITT and the wheat spec-
ulators just to name a few.
As a matter of moral issue
I which Mr. Ell grants is a clergv-
! man's duty the fact that the
Nixon administration has been
I dominated by these special inter-
ests preying off the Pentagons
: inefficiencies and corruptions
makes this election one of deep
, moral concern for the American
people. .
The rabbi, minister and pnest
who bring the issues of truth, jus-
I tice and peace before their congre-
! gations are fulfilling their Hussion
| On those three counts they must
of necessity be critical of the M"-
on administraton.
EDWARD COHEtf
Miami
Airline Pilot Walkout Looms
WASHINGTON (JTA) An airline pilots' walkout like the
24-hour suspension of service last June 19 is looming on the horizon.
Some 46.000 members of the Air Line Pilots Association received
forms in the mail asking if they would support suspension or other
steps to protest the threat of hijacking. The new action would be
directed against nations that harbor hijackers and extortionists and
against government inaction on the hijacking threat.


Friday. October 6, 1972
+Jenisti floiric/iar.
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Miami Chapter of Hadassah Year
Starts with Goal of 5,000 Members
I Chapter of Hadassah
eni Mrs. M>ni Herman,
, that 5,000 members is
iersMp goal <>f the 24 j
. 0f the chapter. During Oc-
tob r, groups will be working to-
thla goal In order to he1
, | sonted on the national Hadas-
u i [n New York.
The following groups will hon-
, nb< rs and prospective mem-
, i Monday.
Cha'm Wetanan will have a;
i (he general meeting in;
. ; s lla'l al 8 p.m., Miss
g. Weinbi rger presiding.
Torah luncheonmeeting at I
,r.'- Restaurant starts al
a.m. Presiding will be Mrs.,
, Fiedler.
(viva will h-mor life members
Bt ih Ir annual membership lunch- i
Burdine's Dadeland audi*
m. President is Mrs. Linda
: .... \n original skit will tea-
tun Aviva members.
TtkvAb with Mm. Fred Garr pre-
siding, will meet at the home of
Mi-. CharU S Cotcin at S p.m.
Naomi meeting at 8:.TO p.m. in
the Golden Key Room of the YM- \
YWHA will have Dr. Allen Rut-
rhik as guest speaker. Mrs. Stc-
ph'ii Morris Ls president.
M.norah annual membership
luncheon will take place at the
Coral Gables Women's Chib and I
wi'l highlight a musical program.,
Mrs Robert Schweitzer is presi- (
dent ii"d Mrs. Jack Cohen, viee
president of membership of the
Miami chapter will be truest speak-
... and M'ss Patricia Gay'.e, singer ;
,in : ir 'or lioni-t. will entertain.
mi. -s:opus president, Mrs. David
i will conduct the general !
ig ;-t First Federal on Coral
Way si 1 p.m. Alvin Burger will
h st speaker.
Eleanor Roosevelt general meet-
ing at Mar-len Gardens audltor-
Inm iil x"?in at 12:45 pan. when
Mrs. Edward I-azams. president
Introduces guest speaker Mrs. Ar-
thur Grossman,
shaiom presfctenl M>s. Tto'v-rt
Felngold announces a meeting
and cake sale will begin al 12:3
p.m. in the Century 21 Towei
building auditorium.
Migdol wlill meet in the Buck
!<> Towers auditorium at nooi
with Mrs. Lillian Mi/el presiding
Raman paid-up mem&ershii
luncheon and fashion show in the
New Horizons auditorium takei
pla.c at noon. Fashions by Robbii
Robin. Mrs. Nathan Griel is pies.
dent.
Rolling Green will have a paid-
up membership luncheon and fash
ion show in Temple Ad.illi Yesh
urun reception mom at 12:30 p.m
Mrs. Sol Zimmerman is president
Mayini will honor Mrs. Josepl
Lias founding president at a meet
iiv.' in I he Point Past Fren: h Poor
at 12:30 p.m. Mrs. William Paul i
president.
F.in Herein will feature a paid-
up membership luncheon Tuesday
in the Star Lakes Condominium
auditorium with Mrs. Gertrude
EsMhman presiding.
Bonnie Soltz group meets
Wednesday for a card party and
luncheon in the auditorium r
Crestvtew Towers at 12:30 p.m.
Leading lights of the Miami world of poetry
who will chair celebrations cf World Poetry
Day at libraries in the area, (seated, lsft to
right) Dorothy Alper, general chairman.
World Poetry Library Programs; Maylen
Pierce, president, Laramore Rader Poetry
Group: and library chairmen: Bernice For-
dyce. Miami Springs; Dorothy Bechhold,
Coral Gables. (Standing, left to right) Agnes
Homan, Coconut Grove; Hilda Rader. Miami
Shores; Lisa Antonova, Suifside, and Ruby
Fogel Levkcff, Miami Beach.
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Friday. October 6,
WOW: Usually eloquent Dr. Morton Kosenbluth was so astounded \
by the surprise birthday dinner party arranged in his honor by Sylvia,
his capable wife, that he could only say "Wow!" as he received greet"- '
ings from all the well-wishing relatives and friends gathered in their \
beautiful, art-filled home for the soiree. The Rosenbluth's son. Hal, a
student at the University of Miami, acted as the official photographer; I
their stunning daughter. Cherie. and her husband. Ezra Milhtein, acted i
as host and hostess until the honoree arrived. Cherie and Ezra also ar- i
ranged for the appearance of a gypsy fortune-telling trio. Awaiting j
their turn to have their future unveiled were Dr. and Mrs. Alan Kaplan, |
Ellie and Larry Gordon, Morty's parents. Dr. and Mrs. Jack Rosen-
bluth. Honey and Dr. Bud Krasne. Gert and Mel Kartzmer, Paula and j
Harry Singer, Terry and Dr. Al Geronemus and Edie and Larry liuru it.
PRF.-SEASON: The symphony season hasn't officially opened, but
when Fran and Marty Rothman entertained at a dinner party in their
home recently, their friend and guest. David Chappel. who will play-
first viola with the Miami Philharmonic Orchestra this year, performed
far their other guests, including the Ivan Oehs, David Diamonds and
MldMl Huysman*. Previously associated with the London Symphony
Orchestra. David is a native of Wales. He is eagerly looking forward to
South Florida's winter weather.
EXODUSi Dr. and Mrs. Ben Harrison named t'iieir four children
after the characters in the Leon I'ris novel: Jordanna, Karen. Dafna
and now Ari Ben. Ironically, Dr. Ben had to make his "exodus" from \
the bountiful brunch buffet celebrating the Pidyan Haben of his newly
birn and only son. Ari. because of an emergency call. However, Rabbi I
Joseph Xarot performed the ceremony as scheduled and all was well. I
Sharing the simcha were Dorothy and Syvil Marquit, Wllma and Mike i
Felder, Bette and Harvey Fleisher, and Bobby and Dave Multach.
FOUR'S A CINCH: It could only happen to the Weisses Mary1'
Beth and Jay and their four teenagers planned to spend a restful, re- !
taxing summer on the French Riviera. However, they wound up spend-
ing their ten-week vacation with six additional teeny-boppers their )
children's friends. But they had a BALL, and loved every minute, and
the time simply flew. Four kids are really a cinch, they say.
LUNCH BUNCH: Wendy Rothfield, Areta Adler, Jeanne Kahn,
Jnlie Gh>. Marcie Lefton, Marcie Belenke. Rhoda Liebowttz, Marina
Polvay. Marilyn Fellman, Martha Mbthcon, Lenore, Suzyn and Tillie
sanford originally met at Ballet Society meetings and functions. Now
they meet once a month for "strictly social" reasons. At the Europa
Restaurant on Coral Way last Friday, they viewed movies of Marcie
Belcnke's and Rhoda Liebowitz's recent trip to Cannes, and sang "Hap-
py Birthday" to Tillie Sanford before enjoying the delectable cake for
dessert.
WHO'S MINDING THE STORE? Federation's Mini-Mission (a 10-
day jaunt to Israeli will include many of its top echelon leaders. Reva
and Irv Wexler, Val and Mort Silberman, Bluma and Marty Marcos,
Dottl and Marvin Grow*. Marci and Don Lefton, Judy and Marty Smith,
Hoe and Bob Gruder and Sue and Mike Pascal, all of whom will be par-
ticipating in the "mini-msson," have been invited to a private dinner
party given by Premier Goida Meir, and many other exciting events
have been planned for them.
BEST WISHES: To Arlene and Mike Meyers on the purchase of
their new home in Sky Lake ... To Kevin Goch and Jerry Tannen-
baum, and Dr. Larry Brody and Dr. Bobby Hoffman, who won first and
second place in the men's doubles tennis tournament at Aventura
Country Club last Sunday ... To Stanley stein and to Shirley Rosen
for their speedy recoveries from recent illnesses ... To Dr. and Mrs.
Sol Lanstor's son. who is following in the footsteps of his dad as a pre-
dental student at Penn State ... To Estelle and Abut Kemler, who
are enjoying family life aboard their new boat ... To Marlene Berg,
working so hard to insure the success of the Miami Ballet Society's
Oct. 17 luncheon at the Fontainebleau Hotel And to Peshy and
Dr. Joel Dennis, who intend keeping their motel-sized home in North
Miami Beach filled to capacity. Their 11 children ranging in age from
one to 17 years were not at all surprised to learn another brother or
sister is expected. Is it really cheaper by the dozen????????
COMINGS AND GOINGS: Ann and Stu Bernstein are on a quickie I
trip to Spain with Zelda and Phil Engelbart and Peggy and Abe Rev- I
man liana and Jack Burstoiner went skiing in Portillio, Chile I
Freida and Izzy Weltz and Dolly and Mel Schwartz are trying their luck
at the gaming tables in Las Vegas Lucille and Dr. Ed Jaffe recent-
ly returned from a European jaunt and Beth Goodsteln is home
again after an exciting week in New York.
MAZEL TOV: To Bobbie and Stanley Gilbert, who are "vacation- I
ing" for two months on Key Biscayne while awaiting completion of '
their Towers apartment ... To the Bcrnie Koloffs, whose daughter
Lynn's engagement to Edward Ford of Altoona, Pa., was recently an- i
nounced ... To Philip Weinstein, who has been elected president of !
Temple Sinai's Brotherhood ... To Sherry and Mike Jacobs, who are i
expecting their first child (making Mimi and .Manny Mandel old enough i
to become grandparents) ... To Florette and Lennie Diaz, whose son.
Arnold, is now a reporter for Ch. 10's "On The Scene" ... To Ruth)
Gitter. upon her recovery from surgery.
PEOPLE ON THE MOVE: Norman Stengel, the new manager for I
Jordan Marsh, North Miami Beach, was transferred here from the Cape :
Kennedy store. He and his wife, Kay, are house-hunting Matt ami
Helen Weisbcrg and Shirley and Harry Mandel are motoring through
the English countryside together Arlene and Nat Siesser. their chil-
dren and mom. Ceeile Basch, are anticipating a fun trip up north on the
new auto train. The weekend was planned for them by Georgetown Uni-
versity officials Kim Foster, now in London College of Painting
Studying art, is an exchange student who spent two years at the Pratt
institute of Design til Brooklyn.
JWV Auxiliaries
Schedule Activities
For Coming Week
Auxiliaries belonging to the De-
partment of Florida Ladies Auxil-
iary, Jewish War Veterans have
scheduled meetings for the coming
week, and members will continue
to serve patients at the Veterans
Hospital. Lillian Schoen is depart-
ment president.
On Saturday morning, member?
of Norman Bruce Brown 174 will
service the te'.ecart at the hospital
and will also visit the I2th floor
spinal cora injury' patients. In the
evening, post and auxiliary mem-
bers will sponsor a ward games
party on the fourth and 12th
floors. Refreshments will be served.
On Oct. 10 and 13. members of
West Miami 223 will service the
telecart, shop for and feed bed-
ridden patients at the hospital.
Chairman of the hospital commit-
tee is Jerry Bartlett.
Murray Solomon 243 members I
Stella and Sol Lipton will be in j
charge of the telecart on Monday.
Tuesday evening, the auxiliary (
will hold its regular meeting at |
Zamora Temple. Mrs. Evelyn
Lowe, president, has invited de-
partment leadership chairman Mrs. i
Kav Linsaton to be guest speaker.
On Thursday. Oct. 12, Bfuunl
Beach 330 Auxiliary president Bes-
sie Gibber will preside at a board
meeting. Mrs. Gibber who has just
returned from a visit to Londan !
and Israel, will also give a report
on the national convention which
she attended in Houston.
Victor B. Freednian 613 and
Auxiliary 736 are sponsoring a
joint barbecue party for patients j
and their families on Tuesday, at;
11 a.m. Mrs. Rose Hecht is presi-
dent of Auxiliary 613.
North Shore 677 is holding a
swim and barbecue party on Sun-
day at 4 p.m. A regular business
meeting is scheduled Wednesday
at the Normandy Isle Washington
Federal Bldg.
Abe Horrowitz 682 will hold its
business meeting on Thursday, Oct.
12, at 8:30 p.m. in Unified Hall.
Point East 698 will hold a fund- i
raising luncheon and card party |
at Point East at noon Wednesday.;
Harry H. Cohen 723 members
are sponsoring a card party for
the Hebrew Home for the Aged
at 320 Collins Ave. Wednesday
evening. Mrs. Rose Lisansky, pres-
ident, wi'.l conduct a business meet-
ing at the Surfsidc Community
Center.
Colonel Marcus David 746 hos-
pital chairman Esther Winston
and committee will service the
telecart Thursday. Oct. 12.
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah
Plans Gamut of Programs Monday j
Miami Beach Hadassah Groups or Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Ljyv
will meet Monday for a series of | E. San Marino Dr. a'
programs including book reviews j skit will be presented; v
and guest speakers. | Breeh will preside.
Bay Harbor will hold its regular I
'.uncheon meeting at 11:30 a.m. at'
the Balmoral Hotel. Entertain-
nent will be by radio personality.!
Tzzmach Yarid; Mrs. Joseph;
Scheid will preside.
Forte Towers will meet in the
12C0 West Ave. auditorium at 12:30!
>.m. Sara Helfafld will review 'The
Antagonist" by Edward Gann. Mrs. j
Rose Godlin is program chairman: |
Mrs. Jules Lesscm will preside.
The Israeli Group will meet at I
the Algiers Hotel at noon. Guest
peaker will be Mrs. Louis Dweir; i
Mrs. Esther Meyer will preside, j
The Lincoln Group will meet in
the Club Room of 100 Lincoln Rd. i
at noon. Mrs. Edith Jacobson. edtt-:
cation chairman of the chapter. |
will be guest speaker; Mrs. Daniel
Liftin will preside.
Kcnanah will have a paid-up
membership luncheon at the home
Southgate v.i;i .,-r,, jn ,he_
ra Room of the South;ate To*
ers at 1 p.m. Mrs. My.,,.. <..,_
will be guest speaker; Mrs sk:
ley Kaine will pre-. |
Henrietta Staid will have ,
snack meetins at the Algiers Ho.
tel at neon Mrs. Henry B. Wemkk
will be guest Bpeaker; Mrs. Hamuli
Friedman will preside.
Triton Town will v ,. ,h,
Algiers Hote. at nonr. Tuesday,
Oct. 17. Guest speaker will be
Edith Jacobson. edu ition '.hair.
man of the chapter; Mrs M. tt':n-
awcr will preside.
Lincoln will have a luncl
card party in :h. ,,--. o(
100 Lincoln P:. Tuesday, Oct. 17,
at noon. Hostesses will be Mev
dames Anne Bcrger, Anne Can-
lor. Clara Goldberg and Lillian
Simpson. El-ie Burg is i:i charge
of reservation-.
Women's American ORT Conference
Slated for Jerusalem Oct. 22-25
More than 600 delegates and
some 1,000 friends of Women's
American OR1 will be present at
the forthcoming ninth national
board conference to be held in
Jerusalem, Oct. 22 to 25.
Israeli Prime Minister Golda
Meir will addiss the opening ses-
sion of the conference scheduled
to be held Sunday evening, Oct.
22, in the Binyanei Ha'ooma.
Delegates from Miami who will
attend the conference led by Mrs.
Phillip Stark. Region president,
will include the Mesdames Gerald
Traktman. Leonard Pechenik. Har-
ry Rosenblat, Ann Linden, Harry
Kaufman. Sidney Kronish, Joseph
Kanter. Edward Schuman. Ted
Zalles. Michael Rosenthal. Louis
Baron. Stewart Horn and Lou
Jacobson.
The conference, the first national
policy-making meeting of Wom-
en's American ORT ever to be
held outside the continental U.S.,
will focus its attention on increas-
ing the interest of Jewish com-
munities throughout the world in
vocational education and training,
in providing augmented vocational
education facilities and services
for those who wait for admission
into the ORT schools and in in-
creasing the ORT presence on and
involvement in the vocational scene
in America.
Sassi Keshet is known as Is-
rael's Tom Jones and Greater
Miami audiences will have a
chance to enjoy his delightful
singing talents during the one-
night National Israeli Song Fes-
tival, Saturday, Nov. 4, at the
Miami Beach Auditorium. The
Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica is presenting the festival
for the first time in Miami
Beach, as part of the 25th an-
niversary cebbration of the
Slate of Israel. Tickets to the
festival of Chassidic songs, pro-
duced by Arie Kaduri, are on
sale at the auditorium box of-
fice.
Four Ambassadors Hotel
Joins Sheraton Salute
Miami's Sheraton Four Ambas-
sadors will join Sheraton hotels
throughout the nation next week
in launching a six-week. "Amer-
ica the Bountiful" program of food
appreciation.
Special menus will be prepared
each week through Thanksgiving
Day in honor of the country's
abundance of wholesome foods.
"Bounties of the Water" will be
featured on next week's menu
helping to mark Columbus Day.
Book Review Slated
Mrs. Sara Helfand was to re-
view the best-seller, "Oh Jeru-
salem" by Larry Collins and Dom-
inquo LaPierre Thursday at 2 p.m.
at the South Shore Community
Center. 833 6th St. Mrs. Helfand
has presented book reviews for
many groups in the area, including
Women's League for Israel. Wom-
en's American ORT and Forte
To\>vre Hadnssnh.
Greeting the delegates and I
guests will be Deputy Prime Min-
ister Yigal Ailon and Mayor Teddj
Kollek of Jerusalem.
Other important speakers slated
to address the conference are Min-
ister of Labor Yosef Almogi; Gen.
Chaim Herzog. president of ORT-
Israel; Mrs. David M. Gol
national president. Women's Amer-
ican ORT; Dr. William Hater, for-
mer U.S. Presidential Ad-.isor and ]
president of the executive board
of the World CRT Union, ani Dan-
iel Mayer, former French Minister
of Labor and chairman of the
executive board of the World ORT
Union.
Organization for Rehabilitation
through Training iORT> is the
vocational training rrogram of J
the Jewish people. It has been in
operation >ince 1880 and has pro-
vided more than a million people,
with modern skills ranging from
carpentry, plumbing and dress-
making to electronics, teio-conv
munications and computer repair,
Nearly a quarter of a million
Israelis have received ORT train-
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The largest single ORT proerara
In the world is located in Israel.
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fJewisti fkrHian
Page 9-B
Hebrew Academy Sets Card Party
^MEHS AMF*,Ca
National Board Members of Women's Amer-
ican ORT (from left to right) are the Mes-
dames Gerald Traktman. Leonard Peche-
nik, Harry Rosenblat, Ann Linden. Harry
Kaufman, Fhillip Stai::. Sfr'iey Kronish,
Joseph Kanter, Edward Schuman. Ted Zal-
les, Michael Rosenthal, Louis Baron. Stew-
ait Hern and Lou Jacobson.
The Hebrew Academy Women
will hold their Fall mah-jongs anii
card party Wednesday. Oct. 25. in
the dining hall of the Miami Beach
school, 2400 Pine Tree Dr.
Mrs. Leonard Adlcr named Mrs.
Henry Stern and Mrs. Murray
Cohen as chairmen of the event.
Proceeds will be used to help
equip the new junior and senior
hiph school building of the Greater
Miami Hebrew Academy.
Luncheon And Cord Party Set
The Sisterhood of Temple Adath
Yeshurun, 1025 NE Miami Gar-
dens Dr. will have a luncheon and
ard party Wednesday noon. For
tickets, call the temple office.
Duing a recent meeting at the home of
Mrf. Saul Pundik, the host committee planned
for the gala annual Cuban Hebrew Israel
Dinner of State marking Israel's 25th anni-
versary Nov. 4 at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Co:ivmittee members are, from left to right
(seated) Mrs. Victoria Adouth, Mrs. Saul
Pundik, Mrs. Isidoro Lerman and Mrs. Abra-
ham Baisman. (standing) Mrs. Pablo
Tachmes, Mrs. Moreno Habif, Mrs. Al-
berto Benhaim and Mrs. Samuel Schwartz-
baum.
Beth El Extends Official Welcome To New Members
An >ffieial welcome will be ex-
t nde-1 to all new members who
1- ive ioined Temple Beth El dur-
i ig the pa=t few months, at a
Continental breakfast, sponsored
1 the temple Sunday, at 9:30 a.m.
The nnw p""^*"" 'vc'llnte!
Mr (! Mr*. Harold Abel. Mr. p'-mI
!m Howard AnVlman. Mr. anil Mrs
R I.ht.I Altman. Mr. and Mrs. Then-
it rr .vmstead. Leo Balkln. Mr. and
> -s lUihert Barat, Mr. and Mrs.
t.i.iiH't Bauer. Mr. and Mrs. Jai-nb
I re Mr. and Mrs. Irving Bergman.
Mi* Mildred Berlnstrln. Mrs. Alex-
:.dir Berlin. David Block. Mr. and
V -s. l..o Brecher, Mr. and Mrs. I '
r. ice iliessman. Mr. and Mrs. Her-
I I I:i ill. Mr. and Mrs. Sanrie! <""h-
Slr and Mrs. Mac Cohn. Mr. and
Mr*. H.rold Cohn. Mr. Hnd Mrs. Mor-
li i Cole, Mr. and Mra. Benjamin
fnnn, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Cove.
Pr. an.! Mrs. Keith Custer. Mr. and
Mrs. Jerry Daley, Mr. and Mrs. Nor-
man I'.ivis. Mr. and Mrs Harry Dia-
mond and Mr. and Mrs. Irving Dusk-
M-> Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Engel- I
Wan, l>r. and Mrs. Ira Kinegold. Mar- ]
Gevlrman, Rudy flllckauf. Mr and.
Mm. Marvin Ooldman. Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur dreenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Rus-
nell Greene, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Groas, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Hal-
Pern. Mr. and Mrs. N'aihan Halne'n,
Cheater Uandleman, Mr. and Mrs.
Arnold II. in in. Mrs. Anna Herman,
Mr nnd Mrs. Karl Hershman. Mr.
nd Mrs, Albert Hhsih. Mr. and Mrs.
Burton Jacobs. Mrs Sara Kalsriman,
1' and Mrs. Howard Kellner. Mr.
"1 Mrs. Cell Kcssler. Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Klmball. Mr. and Mrs James
Kosah ,i >ir. and Mrs. Charles
K i lis.
llao Mrs. Gertrude I-eVine. Mr. and
> Richard I-evlne, Mr. and Mrs. R.
Mitchell Uwls, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin
Linda, Mrs. Elizabeth 1 ipman. Mr.
I Mrs. Jack Masket. Mr. and Mrs.
Edward May, Mr. anil Mrs. Irving
Meyera, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Mlschel,
Mis. Sylvia Mulbauser, Mr. a'.id Mrs.
' k Xaaa, Mr. ami Mis Nathan New-
man, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Nldoa, Mr
nd Mrs. Nate N'lederman. Mr. and
Mrs. Isidore Oberlander, I ouls Oren-
teln, Mr and Mrs. Arnold l'i.kn.i.
Mr. ami Mrs. Morris Puro, Mr and
I Irving Rablnowltz. Mrs. Yeta
Rii e. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Roffma i.
Mr. and Mrs. William Romer. Mr.
ind .Mrs. Gary Roscnfcld, Mrs. Hose
Rosenthal and Dr. and Mrs. Stoyan
Rosenthal.
Alao Mrs. Lillian Sandys, Mr. and
Mrs. Manuel Savage, Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Bohwarta, Mr. and Mrs. Jo-
seph Schwartz, Mrs. Rose Schwartz.
Pr. and Mrs. Robert Schweitzer. Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Shaw. Mr. and Mrs.
Marvin Shoihct, Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Shore, Mr. and Mrs. Max Silver. Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Simons. Mr. and Mrs.
Solomon Singer. Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Slender. Dr. and Mrs. James Stern-
berg, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Strlck, Mr.
and Mrs. Bernard Sultan, Mr. and
Mrs. David Wachs. Mr. and Mrs. Dave
Welsberg. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
Weatridge. Mrs. Sylvia Wollma.i. Mr.
and Mrs. Shale Yanow. Dr. and Mrs
I. Henry Young. Mr. and Mrs. Max
Zbar and Mr. and Mrs. Julius Zim-
merman.
Also Mrs. Frank Diamond, Mrs.
Roslvn Emanuele. Jack Fein. Dr. and
Mrs" Isaac Felsher. Dr. and Mrs.
William Frieder. Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
ward Gelband. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Goldberg, Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Gold-
berg, Mr. and Mrs. William l.ittman,
Mrs.' Sylvia Martin. Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Mayer, Mr. and Mrs. Melvln
Sack, Mr. and Mrs. William Bchul-
man. Mr. and Mrs. Isador Schutzman,
ltii-ha.il Coan. Mrs. Lillian Faskow.
Mr and Mrs. Louis Adler. S. Edward
lie!,i man. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Roseno,
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Smith, Mr. and
Mrs. Lnuia Ballln. Mr. and Mrs. Arch-
ie Charlson. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Cut-
ler Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Goldenberg.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hermelyn. Mr.
and Mrs. Stanley Kiser, Mr. and Mrs.
Isaac Rabkin, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
lluchwald, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Se-
gal. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Agronin
and Mr. and Mrs. William Zisscr.
Happenings...
Miami Beach Councilman
Leonard O. Weinsteln, City
Manager Clifford W. O'Key and
Convention Center Director
Norman Litz recently spent two
days stud iiiR two famous per-
form inn arts theaters Heinz.
Hall, Pittsburgh and the John
F. Kenned.. Theatre of Perform-
ing Arts in Washington. D.C.,
in nreparation for a proposed si-
milar facility here.
w tfr a
Thomas Muir, who has been
named personnel director of
American Savings and Loan As-
sociation of Florida, la a native
of Brooklyn. N.Y. and earned
his Bachelor's and Master's de-
grees in Business Administration
at Long Island University. He
has been active >n personnel ad-
ministration for 10 years.
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Page 10-B
*Jm i *#" Meridian
Fridav
:"-~t:
ADL Withholds Stamp of Approval From!
Postal Services' 1972 Christmas Offerinc
The Metropolitan Museum cf Art is holding
a month-long exhibition, "Synagogues from
Damascus to Newport: Fifteen Centuries of
Jewish History," consisting of eight metic-
ulously crafted models of historically sig-
nificant synagogues which will make up
part of a larger permanent collection at The
Museum of Yeshiva University endowed
by Erica and Ludwig Jesselson of Riverdale,
NY. Pictured at the opening of the exhibi-
tion are (from left to right) Max Stern, vice
chairman cf the Yeshiva University board
cf trustees; Mr Jesselson, a member of the
board; Mrs. Jesselson; Dr. Samuel Belkin,
president of Yeshiva University, and Max
J. Etra, chairman of the board. The Museum
of Yeshiva University, which will house the
large, never before produced models, is
scheduled to open in 1973.
NEW YORK iJi.u The Anti-
Defamation League ha- ac-ain de-
ckled to withhold it> sla.ii;> of ap'
pn. R] from the Postal Sen
annual Christmas onoring.
Paul Hnrtman, dire <f ttv
! ADL's Law Department, told the
I Jewish Telegraphic Agency that
I the Postal Service has in recent
i: -i i ept-tiig thechurch-
vs-state problem through th.n "glm-
< mick"' of reproducing "art ol>-
|actv instead of outright religious
symbols on its Christmas stamps.
There are two such issue- this
year, to _''< 0:1 sale Nov. 10. One
depicts Santa Claus under the
word "T'was the Ni<;ht Before;
Christmas"; the other shows a
! detail of a painting and the words
"Christmas' and "Master of St.
Lucy Legend National Gallery
of Art."
Both are 8-cent Staiijp* that will
be sold "only to persons who spe-,
cifically request them." according
to the Postal Service, which adds :
that if this policy results in light!
sales-, they "may be placed on I
"encral sale, withholding other!
8-cent denomination sheet post-1


: 1

1,H.~ K-m ,

ganizations ha
the Potmasu 1
wit1, religU,UB
man -ail. but
I
1
><< t '.'immicA.
The Jewish ...
not wat.ted to
ernment, he -
instant and ,. .,'.
kerp us very bu
Mr. Hartman the Jewtf
groups were agal
year what act;. )0"ta,
regarding the -1 ;iwUoil
Women Accountants rVUet
< uiii pre. I
nner meet-l
Society of 1
'::an i Clap. [
'-' "> I'm. in
teL Tronns 1
- FBI. will
>-nv Ro|
President Ruby L,.
side at the motltl
ing of the America.'
Women Aecountar,'
ter No. 73, Tuesc*
the Dupont Pla/. :
H. Stoy, a merr.lx
speak on the "Ai
in Law Enforcenn'
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Halpem
will present an original lecture-
recital illustrated with dra-
matic readings and recorded
music at the montlJy buffet-
luncheon sponsored by the
Sisterhood of Temple Beth El.
Hollywood, at 11:30 a.m. Tues-
day. Entitled "A Journey Tc
The Western Wall," it includes
the history oc the wall from
biblical times to ihe present; the
wall as reflected m scriDture
literature and lecend, and the
liberation of iha weal June 7
1967.
%

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t':
*
* ..=
Louis Spector has been named
a director of Hi'l Bros., Inc.. ac
cordina to C. D. Boiley, presi-
dent. Mr. Spsctor, a principal
in the constrt'ct;on firm of Spec
tcr and Sons for over 35 years,
is currently senior vice presi-
dent, secretory and treasurer
Named Builder of Florida in
1961, he is one of five members
of th" A'Vis'-"-' Committee tc
the Flirida Hc-usc 01 He>->r-
sentctives on Fred Capital
Outlay i'i 1971 ..d 1972.
Luncheon IManneil
Mr, and .Mrs. Ben Joffrie= o'
4520 SW 2nd St.. have Invltel
nvmlwrs 01 A viva chapter, Miz-
rachi Wotpen. to r. luncheon *'
the r liorre .Monday Oct. 2? -i
honor of their rn_.'ri:>ge.
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*Jenisti Tkrklkir
Page 11-B
NATIONAL PHARMACY WEEK
m
-rif'-"i
;
Respect
Medicines
National Pharmacy Week
this week and every week...
your pharmacist works for better
community health
"Taking Non-Prescription Drugs? See Your Pharmacist" will
be the theme stressed during National Pharmacy Week which
once again highlights the dependence of millions of Americans
on their local pharmacists.
The 47th annual observance of National Pharmacy Week,
sponsored by the American Pharmaceutical Association this
week will highlight the pharmacists' advice to the public on
the safe and effective use of non-prescription drugs and on the
need foi seeking the advice and counsel of the pharmacist in
the use cf over-the-counter drugs. The theme is a natural out-
growth of the Association's policy that non-prescription drug
product labeling and promotional materials should direct atten-
tion to instructions regarding precautions and propsr use of
such products and identify the pharmacist as a source cf informa-
tion and advice regarding self-medication.
The principles of pharmacy reguire the druggist to follow
several cardinal rules:
To make every effort to serve the welfare of the public.
To think first of the health and wellbeing of the persons
to whom he dispenses medicines.
Never to deviate from absolute integrity in the practice of
pharmacy and in relations with customers.
To recognize the obligation never to divulge confidential
professional information.
To hold fast to the ideals of pharmacy.
The National Association of Retail Druggists, headguartered
in Chicago, pinpoints the words gualified and reliable in de-
scribing its members.
Services of the pharmacist are regulated by the State of
Florida, and new members of the fast-growing profession must
be graduates of recognized colleges of pharmacy. In addition,
they must pass rigid examinations including the same tests
on the sciences which are given to doctors, dentists and other
medical professionals.
The rapid development of medicine and medical research
has resulted in the introduction of thousands of new drugs. Long
hours of study are required fox today's pharmacist to keep pace
with the new medicines, and on changes in older drugs.
Pharmacists are on a constant alert to insure that patients
do not take different drugs at the same times which can have a
dangerous result because of their combination use. They main-
tain files on family usage of drugs, and should be informed of
all medicines earh member of the family uses.
Even the use of medicines which can be purchased without
prescription should be done only with advice from your physi-
cian or pharmacist.
Label* are of great importance. Most pharmacists urge
reading of labels on drugs three times before removing
medicine from the container, again when you have taken the
medicine out of the container and a third time after you have
taken the medicine Never change the size or frequency of the
dosage without careful checking wiih your physician or
pharmacist. __________
FOLLOWING PHARMACMES WHO CORDIALLY INVITE YOU TO VISIT THEIR STORES
BROWNSVILLE DRUG STORE
4634 N.W. 27th Avenue
Miami 634-7233
COMMUNITY DRUG STORE
6750 N.W. 15th Avenue, Miami 691-6651
CRANDON DRUGS, INC.
500 N.E. 191st St. North Miami Beach
Phone: 652-1400
CURTIS5 PHARMACY
3964 Curtis Parkway Virginia Gardens
Miami Springs Phone: 871-5020
DON'S MUTUAL DRUG
6234 South Dixie Highway, South Miami
Phone: 667-3684 667-3685
ECONOMY DRUG STORE No. 1
1101 N.W. 3rd Avenue, Miami 373-1264
GALLOWAY PHARMACY
7035 S.W. 87th Avenue, Miami 271-3081
iGRENALD'S MODERNE PHARMACY
Home of Shuttle Lotion and Mascaroff
555 Arthur Godfrey Road, Miami Beach
Phone: 534-2171
INTERNATIONAL PHARMACIES INC.
P.O. Bex 2011, Miami
Miami International Airport 871-3068
JAMES DRUG SHOP INC.
30 S.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami 374-1779
JET DRUGS
2699 N.W. 54th Street, Miami 635-1154
KARLIN DRUGS
900-71 st Street, Miami Beach 865-0571
LEE'S PRESCRIPTION PHARMACIES
2525 S.W. 3rd Avenue, Miami 854-3625
LUDLUM REXALL DRUGS, INC.
1601 S.W. 67th Avenue, West Miami
Phone: 261-5051
MERIDIAN APOTHECARY SHOP
1680 Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone: 538-0424
MILLER DRUG CO. OF MIAMI
217 N.E. 1st Avenue, Miami
Phono: 371-6731 and 371-5862
PALM AVENUE PHARMACY
4100 Palm Avenue, Hialeah 822-4461
PARKWAY PHARMACY
1299 S.W. 22nd Street, Miami 854-4632
PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY INC.
595 E. 25th Street, Hialeah Store No. 3
801 W. 49th Street, Hialeah Store No. 1
691-1968 821-8221
PROFESSIONAL ARTS PHARMACY INC.
1150 N.W. 14th Street, Miami 379-0803
RELIABLE SUPER DRUGS
2170 N.E. 123rd Street, North Miami
Phone: 893-5252
RICHMOND HEIGHTS DRUGS
14638 Lincoln Blvd., Miami 235-3551
SHOPRITE PHARMACIES
526 W. 41st Street, Miami Beach 531-0822
SIMS DRUGS
4090 E. 8th Avenue, Hialeah 696-4711
SPILLER'S DRUGS
8227 S.W. 124th Street, Mi.-.mi 238-6041
STONE'S PHARMACY
11638 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami
759-3161 759-6534


Page 12-B
fJowist ncridffari
Friday, October B,
1972
He is a good Temple member, lives an exemplary life, is a devoted husband and father.
But he is neglecting an important moral obligation.
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.
wr mvnt rov ro sa out monzi mimmhais by qo*ham,
MASTU CKAFTSMtH HI SILVtK AND MONZI
. .

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riday. October 6. 1972
+Jmlst> nnridffaiin
Page 13-B
forum Sponsors
talks on Art
Monthly Art Forum. s|mn-
. by the Miami Beach Art
i, ms scheduled a talk on "Im-
sj..... of Spain" for a 7 p.m.
. ru<*sdav at the Miami
I i ibrary. Prof. Clay-
et of t'tie University of
[ 11 be prest speaker.
f:'l: y idav, Oct. lfr.'nT^S 'p.n.
ington Federal, 1231
l [on Av. .. I he forum topic
I .. :i v. .11 be "Cubism-
I ,.' to Creatness." Also on
I m will be Harry Ross-
I io ii in give a review of the
tun of Jacques Upechitz.
UGAl NOTICt
UGAl NOTICE
LEGAL NOTIC:
LEGAL NOTIC?
land Analyst To Lecture
Mrs. Florence Paxton, hand
oalyst, will lecture at the paid-
membersbip meeting of the Sis-
frlwod of Temple Beth Israel
onclav, Oct. 16, at 8 p.m. in the
bnple, 7100 W. Oakland Park
[ivil. Refreshments will be served;
Icmhcrs are invited to bring their
riends.
Mystery Night' Planned
\ If you like surprises, join the
havah Chapter of B'nai B'rith on
aturday. Oct. 21, when they plan
Mystery Night." Mrs. Rod
bhroeder, chairman, has a char-
bus ready to take off for
unknown."
K Vegas Nite Scheduled
| Temple Emanu-El Men's Club
planned an authentic Las
epas nite Saturday, Oct. 14 at 8
in the temple's auditorium at
45 W. Oakland Park Blvd. Ed-
ard Sabra is chairman of the
wit.
Tost Presents Film
Victor B. Freedman Post 613,
wish War Veterans, presented
e film "Israel Now," at its most
cent social meeting. The post
beta the second and fourth Thurs-
| of each month at the Home
ieral in Hallandale. Herman
luransky is Commander.
LEGAL NOTICE
N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-4854
RE Estate Of
il.niE S CNC.EIt
ed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
editors nnd All Persona Hav-
or Demand* Attains! Bald

You hereby notified ;ind requlr-
to present any claims and demands
i'li you may have against the estate
tloMHE s. UNOBR deceased late
.inly. Florida, to the Coun-
of Dade County, and fill
. duplicate and as provided
134.16, h'tlnlii .-siaiu..-.. Ill
in the County Courthouse
i County. Florida, within bIx
iinnthl from the time of the
-I publication hereof, or the MID
red,
Miami, Florida, this 29th
ij Si ptember, AD. ii'7;.
IRVING L'NOBR
As Executor
,111.11 ,,i this notice on
ty of I ictober, II IJ.
. II.VERMAN
i for Administrator
Is Kuiidillg,
Ida
10/6-13-20-27
N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-4631
lati i i
H Labow a/k'a
ibow
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
hi b) notified and required
or Di manus Agalnat bald
crebj notified and requlr-
I any claims and demands
ha 1. against the estate
m H, Labow a k a Albi rl
d( eeaaa 'I lat< of I ladi
i da, to the Count] Judges
i unty, and file the .-am,- In
id as provided In Section
la Statutes. In their of-
'' County fourth, ms. 'i!
Florida, within Six
......h from the time of 111
n hereof, or the -ana
irred,
' < at Miami, Florida, this 28th
Si ptember, A.D. 1972.
RE I, I A I .A HOW
As Executrix
Publication of this notice on
lay of October. 1972.
SIL.VERMAN
for Executrix
- Building, Miami
10/6-13-20-27
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(MO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Tog
ELEVENiH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLOR'DA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-19072
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
!N" RE THE MAURI \OE I IF
i:-"i RE1 i.a >;. CAlti.Ai.i
PARDO
Pi tit loner
. ,i -
JOSE MARIA CARBALL1IX I
PARDO
Respondent
T< l: JOSE MARIA CARBALUD I
PAR!
rde 211 between
. .........ati las
tansaa, 'uba
yotl ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai ..a action for Dissolution of Mar-
rlag has been file.) against you and
you are required lo serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it
on Oulllermo Boatchln, attorney foi
Petitioner, whose address is iol N.W,
12 Avenue, Miami. Fla. 33128, and file
the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before :tr>l
Nov.. 1972; otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or peti-
tion.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.OHID1AN".
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami, Florida on this
15 day of Sept., 1972.
E. 1*. LEATHERMAN,
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By R. MILES
As Denuty Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
8TONK St SUhiLnlN
101 N.W. 12 Avenue
Miami. Fla. 33128
Attorney for l'ttiiioner
10/6-13-20-27
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-368.
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:
Tou are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have us~ainst Lira es-
tate of HARRY BIENSTOCK de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida, to
the County Judges of Oade 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 8th
day of September. A.D. 1972.
DOROTHY BAYER
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 28 day of September. 1972.
SPARHEK. ZE.MEL. ROSKIN AND
HEIl.HIU'NNER. P.A.
Attorneys for Executrix
100 North Blscayne Blvd.
9/29 in'6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
th, undersigned, desiring to engage In
bualneaa under the fictitious name ol
TKI ASSOCIATES at 633 NE 167
Street. N. Miami Beach intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the i ircult Court of Kane county,
. la.
Ti resa loulden
U 8-18-2! -21
"OTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERV'CE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE ClUCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO 72?1S4
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
.MAI*.LA L'DELL.
Wife,
and
i*i.\Ai i. i i:n\ i-dell.
Husband.
TO: Don lid I ,n Udell
Pi ilrle Vu .
Ti \ is
Viir ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an ni tli n for Dlsi nlutlon ol Mar-
rlage has been filed against j ^u and
S "ii i r< re lulred t.. serve a mm
your written defenses, if any. to i' on
Richard I Kroon attorney for Peti-
tioner, whose address is 420 Lincoln
Rd .Miami Beach, Florida, and file
the orlgli i with the clerk of the |
above styled court on or before No-
vember 10, 1972: otherwise a default
will la' entered against you for n
relief demanded in the complaint or
petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
iii THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNES8 my hand and the seal Of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
28 day of September, 1972.
E. B WEATHERMAN,
Dade County, Florida
As Clerk, Circuit Court
By I.. SNEKDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Rlchnrd I. Kroop
KWITNEY & KROOP
?2d Lincoln ltd ,il Beach. Fla.
Attorney for Petitioner
10/6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
TENTATION I.TD. at 22" N.W. 2fith
St., Miami, Florida intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
TENTATION LIMITED. INC.
By: 1st. ;! J. Sachs, Pres.
O ROVER. WE1NSTEIN &
STADBER. T.A,
3.">0 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach,
Florida
By: Shenvin Stauber
Attorney for Tentatlon Limited. Inc.
10/6-13-20-27
STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF STATE
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
In The Name And By The
Authority of The State of Florida
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRES-
ENTS SHALL COME. GREETINGS:
When TED MEARS, Smith Mi-
ami, Florida; AURELJA K MEARES,
South Miami. Florid-', and RICHARD
H, M SYV'ANN, Miami, Florida did
on the 1st day of May. A.D., 1962
to he Incorporated under the
hurt ol Hi' suite of Florida A.L'RTKD
CORP, i Vi .. j-oi pnratloh, w lilt Its
; ol busini ss al South
I ladi I 'unty In thi Btal ol
Florida, a nd v hi res a sui ii pot
lid on the 18th das i I Septi ni-
cer. Alt. 1972 cause to be filed in
the iii., e "i the I lepai tmi nt of stat.
of thi Stati of Floi Ida, 11......umen-
tary authority required under 6
1 .: statuti she ii | thi
d ssolutlon of such corporation.
\'\., then fore, the Set relary of
state does herii-y certify to the fore-
going and that he is satisfied thai
the requirements of the law have been
complied with
GIVEN under my hand
ami the Great Seal of
the Stale of Florida, at
Tallahasee. the Capital,
tliis the 18th day of Sep-
tember. A.D., 1972.
RICHARD (Dick) STONE
Secretary of State
in |
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thM
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
PINE TREE INDUSTRIAL. PARK al
M-121 Honey Plaxa. 2373 Collins
Ave., Miami Beach, Fla. intend to
res-ister said name with the Clark of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
MAURICE FOX
I1EIJ3N ARTHUR. Trustees
Welner at Welsenfeld
Attorneys for applicant!
2.17:: ( i.Ilnis Avenue
.Miami Reach. Fla.
10/6-18-20-27
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-4766
ARTHUR W. PR'MM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Bstati
QB> RGE W, EDWARDS
I'. i eai d.
To All Creditors and All Personi Hav-
i laims or Demandi Against said
:. :
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to presenl any claims and de- .
mandi hi ou may have against
i,. i. t, ni George W. Edwards de-
ti of Dade County, I
lo tne County Judges : Dade County,
and fib tl *am< In dupll
ed ii Si ctlon 7:i:t 16, Florida
rflci a in the i 'i n
: i i.ide County, F
trill ilar m nths from the
,-,.. : the :'::.-: publication hereof,
, | } ..... will !' barred,
[ ti 'i 81 Miami Florida, this 29th
r. A Ii 1972.
I is i id M Bloombi rg
Ai Adminlatrati r
: publli atlon of this i i tlci i
thi 'in day of I Ictober, 1972.
mberg
\. ... for Admlnlatrator
Building
Florida 83132
in 6-13-20-27
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STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP
MANAGEMENT AND CIRCULATION
(Act of August 12. 1970. Section 3685)
(Title 39. United States Code)
Date of filing, Sept, 38, 1972! title
of publication, The Jewish Florldlan;
frequency <>f Issue, weeklv, location of
known office "f publication, 120 NIC.
6th Si Miami, Florida 3S132, location
of headquarters of gem ral bualneaa
offices of the publishers, 12" n.k. Sth
Si Miami Florida
Puhll her Fred K. Shochet, 120 N.K.
:111 St., Miami, Florida 83132; editor
Fred K. Shochet, 120 S I". 8th SI .
Miami. Florida ""'"2: managing editor,
Fred K Shochet, 120 N F Sth St.,
Miami, Florida 33132,
Owner: Fred k Shochet, P.o.h.
l'7I':: Miami, Florida 33101, Estate of
Ethel Shi i net, P O.B, 2973, Miami
Florida 23101 i A Partnership).
k v n hoi dholders, moi I gagees, and
other securit] holders owning or hold-
ing i percent or more of total amount
of bonds, mortgages or other securi-
ties: N<
Extent and Nature of Circulation,
Average No. copies each Issue dur-
inc preel dint' 12 months.
Total No i oples printed (net i n
run i 20,250
Single Issue nearest lo ruing date
20,250
Paid On ulation;
Sale- through deal rs and carriers
street t itdi *v and i ounter sales
.en
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Mall Sub i rlptlona 17,450
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Total Paid 'i ii 18,050
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Single Issue nearest filing dati 1,950
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Single i -in nearest to filing dati
Total 20,250
Isaui nearesl to fl ing date
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i certify that the statements made
by me alxn ari correct and complete.
FREli K SHOCHET, Publisher
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. 72-19625
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IX RE: The Marriage of
PATRICIA J. PELHA.M, Wife
And
BRl'CE A. PEIJiAM. Husband.
TO: BRUCE A. I'KIJIA.M,
Residence Unknown.
TOO ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to it
on WILLIAM SHAPIRO, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 561 N.E.
7!" Street. Miami, Florida, and file
the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before No-
vember 3rd, I!i72; otherwise a default
will be entered against you for the
relief demanded In the complaint or
petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
lllTHEJB^VISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
26th day of September. 1972.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By L. BNEEDEN
As I>rputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
WILLIAM SHAPIRO
,-r.i N.E. 7 Street
Miami. Florida 3313R
Attorney for Petitioner
10/6-13-20-27
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-4441
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
m RE: Batati of
\l ICE i'AI.VKUT
Deci need.
To \il Creditors and All Personi Hav-
rialma or Demands Against said
Estate:
,. ar. hereby notified and re-
quired io pn u ni any clalmf and di
mantis whli h you may havi
the estate of ALICE CALVERT de-
ceased late of Hade County, Florida.
to the County Judges of Dad< Coun-
ty, and file the same In dupllcati nd
as provided In Section 738 l, Florida
statutes, in their office* hi the Coun-
ty Courthouse i" Dade County. Flor-
ida, Within si.\ calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the sain. Will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 29th
day of September, A I >. 1972.
David M Bloon
As Administrator
Flral publication of this notlci on
the 6th daj of I Ictober, 1972.
Bloombi rg .v. Bloomberg
I Attorn, vs for Admlnlatrator
717 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida 33132
In 6-13-20-2'
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
th. undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of THE SECURITY TIMES at Dadj
County Fla. Intends to register said
name with the clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dadi county. Florida
PRIVATE INTELLIGENCE
SERVICE. INC.
a Florida corporation
Sidney Efronson
Attorney for applicant
12 Alnsley Illdg.
Miami. Fla. ,/15.22.29 1C/,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. T'.ORlUA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-4957
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estati of
Al VINA K TA1 1 ET, i k a
MADEI INE A TA1.I.I.V
Di used
To All Cr. ditors : > Pi r I Hav-
ing C alms oi Di mandi Against Said
Estate: ,
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which y. u may have
thi estate of Alvlna K, Tall..v. a It a
Madeline A Tnllej di i easi i late ol
Dadi County, Florida, lo the County
judgi s of Pad- County, and file the
ami In duplicate and as provided In
Section 783.16, Florida Statul
Ihl ir offices in lb. ounly I in tl Ul
In Bade County, Florida, within si*
calendar months from the time of
the first publication hereof, or the
same ill be barn d.
Mated at Miami, Florida, this 27th
day of Septembi r, A 11 1972.
M. L K< IPEI.OWITZ
As Admlnlatrator
Fin t publli al on of this notice on
the (th day of Octol r. 1972.
Myers, Kaplan. Porter
Levlnson *t Kenln
Bj : Edwin M. Glnsburg, Esq.
Attorney for Administrator
1150 S.W. 1st Street
Miami, Florida 33130
10/6-13-10-27
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-4859
In RE: Estate or
MORRIS El l\V \KI' HARRIS
. I. MORRIS E HARRIS,
Di .-..- d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Bi ti
You ar.- hereby notified and re
quired to pseaetvl any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate ol MORRIS El.WARD
H \RRIS, : I .. MORRIS E HAR-
RIS deceased late or Dade County,
Florida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and fill thi same In duplicate
and as provided In Section 7:::: if..
Florida s ntutes, in their offices in
the County Courthouai Ii Had. Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication in not, or the same will
be barred
I '..'. d at Miami. Florida, this 27 day
of September, A.D. 19711
Bernlce H Fromataln
Daniel Q, Fromataln
George J. Talianoff
As Executors
First publication of this notice on
the :". day of September. 1U72.
TALIANOFF & BADER
Attorney for Executora
IL'fl Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
9/29 10'6-13-20
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. 72-20346
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
VAUI.DERE O'JUIJANA
MCQUEEN, Wife
and
CTAUDE WOODROW MCQUEEN,
Husband
TO: CLAUDE WOODROW
MCQUEEN
21 DEANERY AVE.
KINGSTON 3. JAMAICA W T.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it
on DAVID E. STONE, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is 101 N.W.
12th Avenue. Miami, Fla. 33128. and
file the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before No-
vember K. 1972; otherwise a default
will be entered against you for the
relief demanded In the complaint or
petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FIXJRIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami, Florida on
this day of Oct. 3. 1972.
E B. LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By C. M. BEARSB
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
ha VW i-: sti i.vi-:
STuVE S'ISTCHIN
101 N.W 12th Ave.
Miami. Fla 33128
Attorni v for Petitioner
______________1"/-13 -20-27
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-4905
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: i: iii. ..f
SHIR1 BY Kl i.MITi)
I......ised
. To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Agalnat Said
Estati
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to presenl any claims and de-
mands Which you may have against
thi estate ol SHIRLEY KOMITO de-
eas. .1 late ol l lade County, Florida,
to the County .indues of Dade county,
and fie the same iii duplicate and as
provide."! in Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in their office- in the County
Courthouse In Had.- County, Florida,
within si\ calendar months from the
lime of the first publication hereof,
or tl same will be barred.
Dated Miami, Florida, this 3 day
f Ocl A.D 1972,
Jack Komito
Jack M Fink
As Executors
First publication of this notice on
8th day of Oct. 1972
1 \|\i i: FINK & FORMAN
Attorneys for Executors
1.1 Congress Bldg., Miami. Fla.
lO/fi-13-20-27
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-4958
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
[I RE Estati "f
EVA F MOSKOW1TZ
l ased.
Tl VII Oedtton and All Persons Hav-
Ing Claims oi Demands Against Said
tati
you are hereby notified and re-
nuired i" ores, m any claims and de-
Whlch you may have agalnat
thi estate of Eva F. Moskowlti de-
i ,.. of I lad.- County, Florida,
to thi County .Indites of Dade Coun-
ly, and file the same in duplicate and
a- provided In Section 738.16, Florida
Statutes, In their offices l-n the Coun-
i\ i ourthouse In Dade County, Flor-
ida, wi'hui six calendar months from
II time of th,- first publication here-
of, or the snnn will be barred.
1 led at Miami. Florida, this 28
Si pti 'ni" i. A 1> 1072.
.luhus it Moakowita
As Executor
r i publication of this notice on
thi Sth .lav of October, 1978.
Edwin M iinsburg, Esq.
M) i rs, Kaplan. I'ortcr,
Levlnson & Kenln
Attorni ys for Executor
lLlli S.W 1st Street
.Miami. Florida. 33130
10/8-13-20-27


Page 14-b
fJenist Ffcridl&r!
Friday. C:::
6-lJ
LEGAL NOTICE
LECAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-4571
I
CHARLES OKKJN,
1... eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Crcdit< r* and ah Pereon* Hav-
ing Claim* or Demand* Asainat Bald
K- ale:
v-.u are bar *y notified ami requir-
ed to preaent any claim* and demand*
which M'U nvi) have asainat th<
: i'HAKI.KS nHKIX. il.-i.-a-.-i
I.,-,. ..i Liade County, Klorlda, to tli**
Count) Judges el l..... Ooanty, ami
fil. the name in duplirate and a* |.....
\iil.,i in (Section 733.lt, Florida Stat-
ate* in their office* In the Count)
Pourthouae In EKde County, Florida,
arlthrn -i\ calendar month* from urn.- of Ihe first publication hereof,
or Ihe name a 'ii Is barred.
Dated ai .Miami. Florida, this 7th
da) ol Beptember, A.D. 1*72.
RACHEL i.. OKKIN
As Executrix
Plrai publication of thli notice on
the ISUi da) of 8 >l "
BNYDKR, Viil'Vi A STERN
Attorneys for
Rachel I., ork'n. Executrix
1799 N E. 164th Si .
Ko Miami B* ach, Fla KIM
15-22- 28 1 '' I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 7C-4220
7i RE: Batata "'
u ii.i.iam H. PKRLSTEIN
Dei aaed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Persons Hnv-
ras Claim* or Demand* Again*! Bald
ate:
Van are hereby notified and renjulr-
resent ani claims and <' I
e,-hl<-h you may have aealnst the estate
of WILLIAM II PKRL8TEIN deoe*
< i. i nunty Judaea of Dane County
ami file the -mi. In dunllcat* and a*
ded In s- ctlon 733 !;. Florida
(Statutes, in ili.ii offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County, Flo.
'i i-lthln >iv catendar months fr,.m
the time >.f th.. first publication here-
of, or 'in same will be barred
Dated al .Miami FWtda, this 2fttr
da) of Alirnul, I D 197?
\ LICK PERI STEIN
As Executrix
First publication of 'tils potted n"n
the I "lb. ii-'- < September, 1972.
HENRT XOPTON
Attorney for P!vwMrlx
"in. Rises v in- r.iiiiili'i
.Miami. Florida M1M
., | ..,.., ,,, Ci
'N THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-43*4
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
In RK Estate <>f
Al TKIi MAINSTER
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITOR'S
To Atl Creditors and AH Persi Hav-
ing i^laim* or Demand* Agalnsl Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified and n u i
ed in present any claim* and d. mands
which you may have against the es-
tate of ALTER MATNSTER deceased
lat* of Dade County, Florida to the
County Judges Pule County, and
file tin- snme in duplicate and ns pro-
vided in Section 73313, Florida Stat-
utes, in their office* In Ihe Countj
Cout 'hou-e in rad. County, Fs rid*
within rfs nlendar month- from the
time of the fir-t publication h.reof.
or the same will he barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 7
day of Bi ptemher. A I>. 11::
.- Ml'RRAT D M \TX8TBR
.- ROS7.TN KOERNER
A* Executor*
Flrsl publication of thl* notice. n
the 15th 'lav <>f Sint'-mber, 1!'7l'.
PHILIP |:'.|>M. ESQ.
, 1121 City National Bank Blu*.
:: West Flagler Str.-et
Miami, Florida Minn
.,'-.. \nn
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE?: that
the undersigned, desiring to >
in business under the fictitious name
of HOME INSPECTION ""XSI'L-
TANT8 OF SOUTH I"I.< I:IrA at
North Miami Beach, Fla. int. mi- to
register -aid name with tin- Cl<
thi Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
THEODORE BIOMAN
in ; ______
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY fllVEN that
the Utah ("signed, d< airing in engaae
in lius'in ss under the fictitious name
ni DAV'D I.VNN- COFFEE BREAK
SERVICE al *IS N W. llth Strop:,
Miami. Fla Intend* t" register said
name with Ihe Clerk of th>- Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
CATERING BY DAVID LYNN, INC.
By: David Lynn, President
Attest: Karthyn Lynn, Secretary
WILLIAM .1 'i' ILDWORN
t, ASSOCIATES
Attorneys for
itering ii\ David I.vioi. inc.
1-.....'oral Way. Miami 831 I"
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CONSTn'"t
/m/> o-s^occtw
|Si tmc ci^otl'T rmiqT r\cr twi:
ELFvr.iTu Mifv-iAi n**ii|T
OF F< no,ri* im AMr) FOR
DADF COUNTY.
rtx/M ACTinN no T> *>o->7o
ACTION t"" "'""' 'JTION
OF MARRIAGE
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II. nail., l-'lami *n
I'm i|i. I .. ... .....;l'i
Vi'' VRR HE'tEBY S'OTIFIED
in action for I Hssi lul Ion of .Mar-
in- bi. n riled agal
<| -'' i enjulred i.. -. -. a copy .;
y.-ur written defenses, if any, to ii
on .man a rtOI.DFARB, atlomej for
Petltl.....r whose address l Suite tM
'" Building, ia w.st Flagler
Btreet, Miami. Florida 33130, ami t:i.
tin original with the clerk of the
ai.o\ -i. led cout' nn or before \'..-
vember 13, 1972; otherwise a default
will In entered agalnsl you for the
relief demanded in the complaint or
petition.
This notice -hail he published once
each week for four consecutive week*
in THE .IKU ISM KI.ORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal
>f said court at .Miami. Florida atl
this .lay nf October, 197]
K I! I BATHERMAV,
As ri-rk. rir.-uil Court
Had.- Onunty, Florida
My As Deputy Clerk
(I'iniiit I'nurt Seah
Max A OnUlfarh
Suite 414 r.is.ayn. Building
Miami, Florida SJ1JH
Attorney for Petitioner
Hi o-13-29.87
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT'
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 86382
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FNAL DISCHARGE
IN l!K: Estate of
WALPOI.K I'. BREWER
Deceased.
NOTICE Is hereby given 'hat we
hav.- fib-l a Final Report and Petition
fur liistril.utii.il ami Final Discharge
a- Executor* of the estate of WAL-
POI.E C BREWER, .....eased: and
that i.ii Hi.' im day of October, 1972,
" ill apply ti. tin- Honorable ount)
Judges of Dade County, Florida, for
approval ..i said I'iral Report and for
ilistriliuii..ii ami final discharge a*
Executors of the ; ti .f the above-
named ii.-. .-I. nt. 'I in- it day '! Sep-
tember, 1972
ACBREY I. 'I'M BI'RT
ANTON K KI'IIICKI
HERBERT V. MARVIN
A 11111
I ARBt IN AND MARVIN
777 N W 72 .' Miami, Pin 38128
l*.i......: 261-
9 22-29 Ifl
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in bualnesa under th* flctlUou* name
of Kl, MOK8ENOR al I'll \ !: !nd
Street, .Miami, Fla. Intend* to regist-
er -..id a.nn- with th.- Clerk of the
Circull Court of Bade County, Florida
J< >SE QAM ""i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
th.- undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under tin- flctltlou* name of
MORTON N. BCHWARTZMAN, Ml'
at ,".'." Biltmor* Way. Coral Gablea,
Fla. im. nds tn reglater -aid name
with th- Clerk of ihe Circuit Court
..!" i lade 'ounty, Florida.
MORTON N Si HVVARTZMAN, M 1'.
AND ASS' MIATKS I' A.
Bparber, Zemel, Roakln &
Hi ill.mi.....r PA.
Attorneys for applicant*
'mi n lilacaynt Boulevard
Miami, Fla.
!> 15-22-29 I" 8
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
Mil!. E is HEREBY GIVEN that
b) virtue ol P'lal'tei C7S Florida St.-n-
uti Annotated (1941) Warehouseman
and War.-lain-. Receipts wherein Alt
la IT ,M' .-, IN') S- ST' IRAOE ''" a
Florida corporation b) virtu* of its
warehouse lien ha.- in its posai
thi ill' >\\. u de icribed properl y.
I'-.-ii Houseuold good* a- Hi., property
of it. BROWN, "In.-i laal known ad-
iva* 7l'4". Luke BI Jackaonvllle,
Fla. and that mi tin- J"lii day of
October, 1972 during Ihe legal hour*
ol -all- mainly between 11 am forenoon
and 2:00 iii th.- .lit. i .ii at 213( N.W.
Ulih Avenue. Miami, Florida tin- un-
deralgned shall off-r f,,r aale to the
highest bidder for canh in hand thi-
nii'iv*. described property of i:
BROWN.
Dated al Miami. Florida, this L'ath
day i.t Beptember, 1971.
: -'i in i.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2878
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
' lil'TH C LA BRAN
l.....eased,
j To All Creditor* and All Persons Hav-
1 inn Claims or I man.I- Against Said
Etate:
Y..u are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claim* and de-
mand* which you may have agalnal
. th.- .stiii.- of RUTH ii. LA BRAN de-
' i .asid late of Dad* County, Florida,
tn thi* fount. Judge* "f Iadi. County,
and fll- tin- salllf in dUDllcftte and as
provided in Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in tln-i- office* in th.- Coun-
ty Courthouse in bade County, Flor-
| ida. within six calendar months from
i the lima of the first publication
! hereof, or Ihe aame will !> barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, tin- i".
day yf Bept., AD ll'7':
JEAN Ol'SKY
A Administratrix
' T.A.
Flrsl publication of this notice mi
tin l'j day of Sept., 1972.
TALIANOFF .* BADEH
I Attorney for Administratrix C T A.
120 Liinoln Load
Miami Beach, Floi Ida
NOTICE UNDER FICT.7IOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
Ii.' undersigned, desiring t" engage
: m business under tin- fk-tltlpua name
I MAISON MAR IE N'oVlAS at 4239
w. Flagler Btreet, Miami Intend* to
register said name with tin- Clerk of
th.- i'in uii i "nn of I i.nl.. County,
Florida.
MESON MARIE NnviAS. i.m .
a Fla, Corp.
Sidney Efronson
A i torney for Annllcanl
(12 Alnsley Building, Miami
!i 22-KI in -il
Rabbi A. Rosenberg
Dies In Jerusalem
Rabbi Alexander b. P.osenbori;. ,.,,,,,.--
69. Rabbinic Kashruth adminis- WILUAiVlS
trator of the Union of OrtlwKlox
Jew iah CnnoiCKauons of America,
d < :i Monday. Sept. 25. during a
\ isit to Jerusalem. His home was
;.] Yonkeis. N.Y.
Obituaries
Rabbi Rosenberg, who had Serv-
ed, as rabbi ol Congregation Olial:
Zedck in Yonkers since 1925. bad i
hold the Orthodox Union post j
since 1950. In this capacity, he di-'
rrcted the Rabbinic suiK-rvision
of the manufacture of foods, and
food household products, resort i
hotels and caterers under the Or-
thodox Union's Kosher certifica-
tion service.
Rabbi Rosenberg is credited
with a maior share in the devel-
opment of the UOJCA Kosher cer-
tification service to its present
-tatus and scoot', which now em-
braces over 5.000 food products
made at hundreds of plants in all
parts of the United States and
Canada and in Israel ami an array
of overseas ixiircts ranging from
Pago Pago to Switzerland.
Born in Bazin, Hungary in 190;.
Rabbi Rosenberg came to the
United Stales with his parents.
Rabbi and Mis. Philip Rosenberg.
in 1921. He received rabbinic or-
I'ination at Rabbi Isaac K'chanan
Theological Seminary of Ycshiva
University in 1926.
In 1930. Rabbi Rosenberg re-
peived a B.A. degree at City Col-
li"o of New York: be did post-
graduate studies at Columbia Uni-
versity antl s nee 19.'!9 had served
as chaplain of the Yonkers Fire
Department,
From 1945 to 1917 Rabbi Rosen
Iii:- served in Germany as religi-
ous director of the American Jew-
ish Joint Distribution Committee
and during that time he also
served as liaison representative of
Ihe Synagogue Council of America
to Ihe U.S. Militery Government
in Germany. In the foregoing ca-
pacities Rabbi Rosenberg helped
as tlic plight of survivors of the
x.'i i holocaust found in concentra-
tion camps at the end of World
War II.
bj Rosi nberg was a membei
' the Rabbinical Council of Amer-
ica and the Union of Orthodox
Rabbis of the United States and
Canada. In 1966. he edited anil
published a two-volume work of
Talmudic studies. Chidushei Ho-
rashbas,
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
I" PROBATE
No. 72-4772
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in BE: Batata ?
CHAB1.BS .1 BTUAST
i i.r, aaed.
To All Creditor* and .Ml Peraon* Hav-
ing Claim* i.r Demand* Asainat Bald
Batate:
Vou nr.. hereby notifini and re-
quired to preaent any claim* and de-
mand* which ynu imiv have aaaliioi
the estate ..f CHARLBS J. STiAliT.
deceawed late of Dade County, Plor-
ida. in th.- County Judge* of Dade
County, and flu- the *ame in duidi
rate and as provided in Section 7SS,-
t'i. i-'ii.ii.i.i statute* in tin- fount)
t'ourlhouae in Dade County, Plorlua,
within fix calendar month* from tin-
time of the first publication hereof,
or the Minn- will t.r barred.
Dated at -Miami. Kl. ida. this is
day of September, A.D. I9TJ,
l IROTHY STIAUT
A* Bxecutrix
i'n-i pxbllcatlon of nils noiir,. n
tin ;:. day of September, 1972
PROMllfSRO, |.'lti..\ll!i:i;i; ,v ROTH,
HV l.v.v.v W PROMBBRQ
Attoi ii.> f..i Batate "<
'll.\ltl.i:s .1 BTVART
M-102 rilwcnyni. Rldg.
Miami, Florida
' 29 1 .. IJ-20
NOTICE JNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
V'Tl'i: IS HKKEBV OIVBN that
tin- uinli i siviii ii, il. Iring to engage In
l.nsih.s.- under the tictltlou* name id
I'KI HATKIC A8SOCI VTB8 I' A. ill
7"iii s w. vTth Avenue, Miami I'..
iptend tn reglater said name "ith the
i'li-ri< ..I the ''in uii Courl i Dade
County, Klorlda.
DHS STKMERMAX. DROWN VXD
l/AZARI'S
PROFESSION A I, ASSOCIATION
Si.iiIii i. Zemel, Roakln \
Heilbronner 1' A
Attorney* for applicant*
100 N Rlacavne noulevard
Miami, Fla,
-,_......, in n
x.it l.. i;7. of Miami Beach, .....
away Bept -." in Lisbon. Portugal
while returning from vai athm. Hi
n:i> a graouata of thi- Cnlveraity nt*
Florida I iiw School In lf'JV A |ira<-
ti.inc attorney in Miami alnce 1929
Member of the Dade County and th-
Florida Bar, paal chancellor of Rook -
veil l-odge "f the Knight* of Pyth-
ias. It.- is survivi I by hi* widow,
Sarah William*, "t Miami Beach,
t., sons Herbert rt of Fort I lid.
erdale and Olbba A, of x. w York.
a daughter Mr*. Byrna Kneapler < I
'Miami. *even gtandchlldren. Fti eral
xervice* were held Thuraday at
Riveraide Memorial Chapel
ROSENFELD
Marry. SO, of 1 !.".< Bay Dr., p
away Bept :.".th. Came here -'"
year* ago from Pittsburgh. Sur-
vlved by widow. Mollie, aon Melvin
and daucht*-r I5llen both "f Miami
Beach, brother Eugene of HaHan-
dal.. alBter* .Mrs Florence sin-rmnii
of Pittsburgh. Pa mid Mrs Paye
Bchwartl of Miami Iti'in-li. El* was
a member of Temple Menorah. Berv-
i.-.-s were held Sepl 26th at River-
aide Normandy lale i hapel Inter-
ment in Visi.i Memorial Oardena,
GRADINGER
Dora, ss. of isi \i-; s*nd si. paaaed
away Monday, Oct. -'. Burvlved by
her loving so,, and daughter*, Vrchle
flradlnger, Mrs Henrietta Randall,
Mrs Rita Mayer, her grandnon* Bob
Mayer. Kenneth and Geoffrey Ran-
dall, a granddaughter .Mrs. it..Mii.
lifiman. thi'.- great-grandchildren.
Bervlcea win- held i>i-i '' a' i-oi--'-.
Funeral Home with interment in ML
N'ebo Cemetery.
HESSELSON, Meyer, 7:: ..f 920 NB
i!-"ih St. i:i\eralde
MOSSON. I ouis. 89, "I L'"".". Sans
Soucl Blvd. Rfvi rsi.li-
CORNFELD, Bather, S2. of Miami
Reach RiveraMe int.-rm.-m Mt.
N'ebo.
FREEDMAN, ltru.-f. :ls. of llial.ali
I.. \ itt.
SIGELBAUM, Anna. 89, of Miami
Beach, Riverside Interment Mt
N;.,'...
STAFFORD. Kurt. 66, of T620 Carlyle
Ave Rlveraide
Laurence, s. David, ii. of Stuart
Fla. Rivervlde.
SPECTOR. Bella, of Korth .Miami
I'.'aih. Rlveraide Tnterment Star
of David.
drell. laadore, H9, of B919 Haw-
thorne A\ Kiv eralde
FREYER. Louis. T".. ..i SSI Commerce
si. Blaaberg.
KOGANOVSKY, Joseph, T4. ..I In::
Collins Ave, Blaaberg
DAYTON, Ruth. 61, of Miami Beach
Rlveraide.
ELLMAN. Lillian Ii 89, Of Miami
Beach. Riverside
faden. .Mis Basle, 88, "i North
Miami Beach Levitt
HARRIS. Philip, Ii, ol Miami Beach.
Rlversldi .
LABOW. Julius, s:' of .Miami
Rlversldi
MARGOLIES. Sol. of suif-nl. River-
side Interment Mt. >>".....
SCHAEFER. .1 i. i, 7i .: Miami
i : ach. Rlveraide Int. rmenl Stai
of David.
SHOELSON. Pamela, 34, -I 13."..... sv,
sL'nd Ave. Blasherg
SHOELSON. In- Se: mour t6 of
IS300 BW -'i..! Avi Blaaberg
GREBEN. .' s. |,b. s:' c.f
ril /. I Ir. Iti /eralde.
GROSSMAN, Milton. .;;.. ,.f ;s,i, Byron
Ave Riverside
inselberg. Mary. "*' of sin Buclld
.\\.. Newmin,
LADDEN. Louis. 82, of 1530 XL' 191*1
st. Blaaberg.
SEPLOW. Rose, W, ,,f 174" \v Dixie
Hwy. Rlveraide.
ROSEN, Herman, >;*. of 1300 Washing-
ton Ave. Blaaberg.
SENFT. Ethel, 81, Blasherg. Inter-
ment -ML Acbu
kaye. Jean, 7,, Blaaberg. mterment.
Mt. N'ebo.
morris. Jennie. 7. Rlveraide. I.....r-
men! Mt. N'ebo.
Klein, hint- s. m. Rlveraide in-
terment Mt. N.-bo.
BKOUbKY. Louis. '14. of ISSO Wash- I
liiKton Ave. 'iordon
GOLDBERG. Charles, 80, of :t''.l Col-
lins Ave. (Iordon.
klein. Sylvia, Ti, of .Miami Beach.
Rlveraide.
RAPPAPORT, Benjamin J., 74. of
.Miami. Rlveraide.
CHERRY, Abrnro, 70. of 6460 Colllia
Ave. Rlversldi
Batko, Bmanuel, "i i<,.v Riscayne
ISAACS. Milton, :,:. ,,i Miami Beach.
Riveralde.
kirshenbaum, Bertha, h. ..r '.4:1:.
SW 63rd St 'iordon. i
LAMPERT. Alfred A., '.'i of 8361 SW
15th si. Gordon. Interment star of
David.
minowitz. Benjamin, 6'-, 01" 3146
' 'i-eaii llr. Oordon.
morris. Jennie. RlvaraiCe. Inter-
ment Mt N'ebo,
nathan. Edgar, 7". ..t Hallandale.
Rlveraide.
ROGERS. Reverl) Brant, 54, of 3681
sw 31*1 si Interment -Mt. Sinai.
lewin Earah. sLi.. Blaaberg,
nuzzi. i.iio.ia Ruth. ';: Oordon
berkowitz. Pauline, 63 Rlveraide.
BERKOWITZ. Morris, 7- Riverside
I
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n I
I
GREENSPAN,
Rd Newman.
kaplan, Sadie, 7t
Miami Uardenf 111
MILLER. Irving, 7
i:-.\. rslde.
mills. Morris :;
Newman,
PASSOFK, I:..-,
Ave Newman
ROSTLER. Blgmu
Beach. Rlvi "'
WtWu'"'-'"' '
GLUCKMAN. I: .,.
I3fith St. Blasls
LESSER. Harrli t, mr
Dr. Newman
WfclNSTEIN. II.
Alt..,, Rd. Rivet
ALLISON. Clan
Beach, Riverside A'-"*l
CUTLER. Philip, "
Ave Blaaberg. I
fabel. Pauline 1
Ct. Blaaberg
LICHTB Au. i... M,,.
Rlveraide
SCHATZbERG. Mn
3725 8. Ocean I
l^vitl.
uuelc. Daniel, :
Broadview in 1:
KELLER. Mag,
Si. Blaaberg
BERNSTEIN. Sopl, .
16th St. Oordon,
COHEN, .Mr> Ed
Miami Beach U
MUROFF. Mm ':
Miami Ucaih I..
SOLOMON, Doroll .
lins Ave Oordon.
WEINTRAUB. I.
Palm Beach Oonlo
zausner, Max ; surf*
Riverside
EDELCHICK. Mori
|68rd St Rivi i-.l.
WEINER, ina Sti
Colllna -\i.- 1..
Sin..1
ADAMS. Philip, 11 : \
Way. Rlvei
ANZEL. Rose, '. .
Rlversldi
AUSTIN. .Main. !
Cleveland ltd. Kiv. :
BROWN. Benjamin, si
Si Blaaberg ami 1.. \ m
mann. Charlen "1
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day
, October S. 1972
MwM flnrklfar
Page 15-B
LEGAL NOTICl
LEGAL NOTICE
UGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
iZi .-OUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
MH/3 FOR OADE COUNTY.
IN
No.
';CT.CE TO CREDITORS
Al1 d, or Demands Ajyalnst Said | in- claims
I'av-
I'!..'
notlfled and ro'iuir-
i
1 v-''si i>i inu '^
tli.- In
ortl '"
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-3795
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Esta.....f
ANNA Al.TSII.KR
D<.....;is.'(l.
To All Creditors and All Persona 1
mauds Agalnel Saul
Estate:
Von an1 hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tut.- of ANNA Al.TSCI ER deceased
late '( Chide County, Florida, lo the
County Judges of Dade County, and
same in duplicate and its pro-
i Section TS3.lt>, Florida Stat-
"am cialma and demandi
have agalnat the ea-
sed
,i.. county, Florida, to lb*
. ,,V Hade County, and
dnidicale and as pro- i ril^- th
- section 723.1*. Florida Slat- j ylded
..,, offices in ihe County utea, In their office* In the County
Dade County. Plonaa, I Courthouse. In Dade County. Florida.
calendar months from the i within six calendar montha from the
flrat publication hereof, or j Mnir of the flrat publication hereof.
of '
un<
Hi in'
of -
this .-.til
.ill !,. barred
- Miami. Florida,
,tember, A.P. IM1
Al-AN SI1.VKK
Ah Executor
..ii.aii.ai of this notice in
Id) of September. IVtt.
_ KROOP
. | .-. a KROOP
,nr. > for Estate
I Road Mall
h, Florida 88189
9/1.1-22-29 l/l
|Fir>l
1,-.th
ll'IIA
' or tin* same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this End
: dav of Aui-U'i. AD. 1878.
GERTRUDE A. BERNSTEIN
Ah Executrix
Fimt publiration of this notice on
the 21 day of September, 1972.
I BARNEY BERNSTEIN
I Attorney for Executrix
I5li s.K. 2nd Avenue, Miami. Fin,
9.22-29 io,.m
IK.
lltl.0
5AU
Rtn
ki K
'III'
her-
the CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
LE,EWTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
,N%.'.0 FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
No. 72-18SS8
NOTiCB BV PUBLICATION
Marriage Of:
dIKNTA. husband and
ilUIKNT A. Wife.
LIA PIMIENTA
\i. -araKUa
K HEREBY notified thai a i
Dissolution of Marriage
,..i against you. and you
required to serve a copy
. v. ,r or other defenae or
iin- Petition on the Hus- |
i MUSTER ROOERS, I
. nddreaa Is 1454 N.W.
,. Miami, Florida, 8S12S,
. original with the < lerk
,. st) led court, on or be-
,. i ilnj ,,f i ',1 IWS, or a
mil 11 be entered against you. p
ibis Hit< iiav id Rent., I72. I
I! I EATHERMAN
rk of Circuit Court
.v IS. M. KISSEE
nil S.-nli
C.-22-29 1" '6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under tin* fictitious name of
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-1777
FRANK B. DOWLING
In RE: Eatate -.r
HERMINIA JOSEFINA CERPL1A
I I.-,.a-..I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Bald
Eatate!
Vou are hereby notified and requir-
ed to preaenl any claims ami demands
which you may have agalnat the ea-
tate of HERMINIA JOSEPINA CERV-
I.ia deaeaaed lain of Dade County.
Florida, to the County Judprs of Dada
County ami fib th,' sum.- in duplicate
and as provided In Section 733.HI, Flo-
rida Statutes, in their office* in the
County Courthouse In Dade County,
Florida, within six calendar months
from th.- time of the first publication
hereof, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this Uth
day of Bent., A.H. 1*78.
PELATO CICRCI.IA
As Administrator
First publiration of this notice on
the 22nd dav of September, 197-
& STACBEH. P.A.
Attorney for
Eatate of Hermlnla Joseflna Cerulla
350 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach, Florida
9/22-29 H-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
fSSPL*11, SS SSPTSSIPJi* NOTICE is HEREBYoiven thai
lltfls isiscnyne I oulevard. .North Mi- lh(. Bnderslgned, desiring to engage In
ami. Fla. Inti-ud to register said nani.
with ihe Clerk ..f the Clrcull Court of
Dad< County. Florida.
SPORT >." COI'RT BOT'TIQCEB,
! vi'.
a Florida corporation
!i 15-22-29 1'G
IN
.\ti:
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring lo engage In by,
business under the fictitious nnme of
F.rsr.ii COMPANY at 801 N.E. I0*ih
St not, .Miami. Fla. Intend lo register
said mini., with Ihe Clerk of the Cir-
ruii Court of Dade County, Florida.
ROBERT HI si.Ni:
BERNTBCE I! Bt'SlXO
Man m. Faber
Attorney for applicant*
fin:, Ainsley Bids.
Miami, Flu.
i '15-22-29 1"
business under the fictitious name KltlCS I'l.ATANI.TKKS. ERICS
IM.ATAIN CHIPS at number 2881 W.
Flogler Street, in the City of Miami,
Florida. Intends to register said nnme
With the Clerk of the Clr.uit Court
c.l I Mil.- County, Florida.
Dated al Miami. Florida, this ISth
day of September, 1972,
I A KKTHF.I.I A S A,
a Foreign Corporation
:i iBERTt > CABRERA, President.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 72-18863
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
in l!. The Mnrrlage if:
EDWARD a HOOVER. Husband
ami SHERRY MARIB HOOVER,
wife.
Tii: SHERRY MARIE M.....'Hi:
i'o Emmett Robinson
Rout.- No. i
Box 569
Wllmer, Alabama
YOC ARE HEREBY notified thai a
Petition for Dissolution of Marriage
has been Bled agalnat you. and you
are hereby required to aerve a copy
of your answer or other pleading to
the Petition on the Husband's at-
torney, LESTER ROOERS, whose ad-
dress is 1454 N.W. 17th Avenue.
Miami. Florida 33185, am. file the
original with the clerk of the nbove
atyled court, on or before the 20th day
of October. l!i7L'. or a Default will be
.lit.red against yon.
HATKLi this Uth day of September.
197:!.
E. i: LBATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Ity: C. P. t fiPKl.AND
(Circuit Court Seal)
9/15-S2-J9 10.6
NO" CE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
CMf.er 20722 Acts of 1941
File No. 72 A 402
s HEREBY OIVF.N thai
Pearl C.reitbart holder of
,\ sale Certificate No. 7ir.
1st day of June. AD. ItM,
-nine in my office, and has
Idi leal..... for a lax d.....I to
i-u- thereon. J^uiil Uartlfloate
i,i:i..- the following deacrlhed
perty Ihe County Of Dade. Stale
|Kl..n.'. to-U it: |>:
S 1 A.- -J Block 15, Floral Park
Am- Plat Book 8 Page .'. hi
i'. Ill < of 1 lade, Slate of Flor-
ITIi'l
LJiit \
,l th-
filed
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Act of 1941
File No. 72 A 538
NOTICE IS HEREBY nlVFN thai
Metro Consultants Inc holder of City
of Miami Beach Tax Sale Certificate
No Sim:. Issued the 1st day of June.
AD. 1970, has filed same In my Of-
fice, and has made application for a
tax d.....I to be issued thereon, Saul
Certificate embrace* the following
described property in Ihe County of
I
.-.. i will be issued subjeel ti
i cutstandlng delhtqueni City
ni tax.-s and 1973 County taxes
T. City of Miami taxes and1
i
-. iwment ..f said property
ih. -aid eeitifleate was In the .
"i. I^ewls N. Kinsey .V w
le, Blnte
lot 7 Illo
Sub., Plat
County of
This tleed
"-' Count;
,i Florida, to-wlt:
k- B, Tatum Waterwaj
liook 4f. Page J in '!'
Dade, State of Florida
will he Issued subject
tax.s and l"7J Clt)
ni certificate shall be re-
Im.-.i .. ordlng to law. the prop-
!. bed herein will be sold to
highest bidder for cnah at ihe
rthou door on the first Monday
the month of November, IMS.
lull i* the (th day of November.
led il.i.- r.nh day of September,
i: II LBATHERMAN,
ci. rk of Circuit Court.
1 do County, Florida.
Ill P P. OTH.D8TRAND, D.C.
Ull C url Seal
in 8-js-8-j7
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File No. 72 A 533
"TH i: is HEREBY OIVBN that
ale Ann Oardlner holder of County
. Sale Certificate No. 7889 issued
1 I ..f .lun. AH 1970 has filed
le In my Office, and has made ap-
atlon for a tax deed to be Issued
reon. Said Certificate embracea
following described property in
Dade, State of Florida.
Miami Beach taxes and liens.
The assessment of said property un-
der the said certificate was in the
name of: 801 \V. 88 Co-|>
I'nless said certificate shall be
deemed a. eonliiiK to law. the prop-
prlj described herein will be sold to
the highest bidder for cash at the
Courthous- door on the first Monday
in the month of November. 19.2.
which is the uih day "f November,
1972
Dat.-.i this 2th day of September,
B. li l.KATHERMAX,
Cl.rk of Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
p. F. nrLDSTRAND. D.C.
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-4722
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In ltl": Eatate of
THEO (i. AI.Vi >RD
1 le, eased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hnv-
Intr Claims or Demands Against Said
Eatate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any elaims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of THKO ff, AI.VORD lle-
ceased late of Orafton County, New
Hampshire, to the County Judges of
I Daile County, and file the same in
' duplicate and as provided in Section
733.18, Florida statutes, in their of-
fices in the County Courthouse in
Dade County, Florida, within six cal-
; endar months from the time of the
! first publication hereof, or the same
will he barred.
Dated at Ashland. N II. this 1.1th
| dav of Sept.. AD. 1972.
JAMBS II. Al.VOHD.
Ancillary Executor
First publication of this notlci
: the 22 day of Sept., 1972,
MORTON P.. ZEMEL. ESQUIRE
Attorney for Ancillary Executor
1ST.". N.F.. 163rd Street
North Miami Beach, Florida 33182
9/2S-29 10/6-13
on )
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 72-18339
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN P.K: The Marriage of
I.OtIS liol.DI.FAF.
Husband,
and
BETTY OOLDLBAF,
Wife
Til: BBTTY OOLDLBAP
224-20 Kingsbury Avenue
Flushing N.-w York 11 a.I
YOU ARE llF.l'.KKY NOTIFIED that
an action for Dis'^olutlott of Marriage
has I.....ii filed ngainal you and you
are required to serve a copy ot your
written defenses, If any, to it on
PAUL KWITNBY, attorney for Peti-
tioner, whoae nddreaa is KWITNBY
,< KROOP, li" Lincoln Road. Suite
r.12. Miami Beach, Florida 88139, and
file the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before fletoh-
er IX. 1972: otherwise a default will
i.e entered against you for the relii f
demanded in the complaint or peti-
tion
Tills notice shall be published onee
each week for four consecutive weeks
in TDK JEWISH PlJORHWAN.
VYITNBS8 my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami. Florida on
this 8th day of September. 1978.
E. B. LBATHERMAN,
As Clerk, Clrcull Court
Dade County. Florida
By; I.. BNEEDBN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal I
PAI'l. KWITNKV
KWITNBY & KROOP
420 Lincoln RoadSuite 51"
Miami Beach, Florida "':! 9
Attorney for Petitioner
538-778
9/1:5-22-29 I" '
LEGAl NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-19910
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RIO: THE MARRIAOE nF
EVELYN I.EN< RA J< >l-l-Y.
and
I VRRV JOLLY
T< >: LARRY J< IV
Residence unknown
YUC ABE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has he. n filed against you and
you an- required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to it on
Frederick i'>. Spiegel, attorney for
p.iiii......i. wh..-. address is mi North*
s/esl 12th Avenue, Miami. Florida
88138, and file the original with the
lerk of the above styled eourt ..n or
before Nov. 3, 1972: otherwise a de-
fault will I......iter.d against you for
ihe r.lief demanded in the .omplaint
or iM-tttlon.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JIvWtSH Fl.liRIDlA.N.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said eourt at Miami. Florida oa this
27 day of Sept.. 1972.
K. p.. LBATHERMAN,
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By K. M. KISSEE
As Deputy Clerk
(Clrcull Court Seal)
Frederick It. Spiegel
101 Northwest 12th Avenue
Miami, Floiidn 88128
Attorney for Petitioner
Ph 358-7.'..'.:
10/8-13-20-27
IN THE COJNTV JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-4547
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
In RE: Estate of
SAMUEL J KLEIN
I leceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed lo present any elaims and demand*
which you may have ngalnsl the es-
tate of SAMUEL I. KI.HIN deceased
late of Dade County. Florida, to Ihe
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,
tinted al Miami, Florida, this Slh
day Of Sept. All. 1H72.
OAR1.TON D. KI.F.IN
TH Kul"'111-: I: KI.F.IN
As Executors
First publication of this notice
the ISth day of September, 1972.
Myers, Kaplan. Porter, Levlnson
& BENIN
Attorneys for Kxeeuti is
Suite 3041150 S.W. First Street
Miami. Florida 33130 ^ _. ^ ((| (
,.n
By
t'lrCUil CoUII Seal
in 8-13-20-27
"Uiny ol
p\ ion .,,
vie nr*
II Pagt r.i
w n.-lii|i r,.
oninlnlng
E ISO fi of N'; Tr .
2nd Rev., Plat Book
Sections 12 and IS,
South. Range to East,
12 acrea more or less,
VI:
'hi- County of Dade. Slate of
I..i id.,.
Ills deed will he issued subject to
t-OUnty taxes and liens.
intent of said property un-
Ihe ...iid eeitifi.'ale was ltl the
" of: Arthur Williams & w Mamie
"i.-ss said certificate shall he re-
ed according to law. the prop-
described herein will he sold to
Highest bidder for ensh at the
prthouge door on the first Monday
the mouth of November. 1972,
la the n), ,|uv 0f November,
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. 72-20269
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in RK: The Marriage of
MARY l.KK TEDDER
and
LARRY TEDDER
TO: LARRY TEDDER
, ,. Aaron Edwarda
Route i
Bad Springs, North Carolina
VOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution ot Mar-
riage ha- been filed agalnat you and
vou an- required to serve a cop} "
your written defenses, il any. IO II
on MAN P. BNOEL otlornej lor t _-
ii,ion.r. whose address lillM NjW.
Avenue. Suite 17-Q. Miami. Flor-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT.
IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA
NO. 72-4325
: IN RE: ESTATE OF
ROBIN PRINKS
and ROBERT J. PRINKS, JR.
, Minors Incompetent
CITATION (Publication)
T1IK STATE OP FLORIDA:
TO MIIJiRKD PRINKS and all other
, persona concerned:
You ni'- hereby notified that a petl-
' lion has been filed In said Court
, praying for MAROARBTTB PRINKS
to le appointed (iuardinn of person
and property of ROBIN frinks and
ROBERT J. FRINKS. Jit minors
and vou are hereby required to file
your written defenses thereto within
thirty days after Ihe first publica-
tion or posting hereof, and serve a
copy thereof upon petitioner's at-
torney whose name and address are:
KWITNBY AND KROOP, Suite 512,
I-u Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Flo- ;
ridn. ii you fall to do -,, Judgment
ma) be entered In due course upon (
ilic' petition.
\\ ITNESS iin hand and tin
,;,i,l Curl al Dade County.
this 19th day of Sept., 1978.
PRANK li. DOWI.INO
County Judge
By: MBI.BA C DICK
i lerk
II' .1 Sea 11
., L.^.;:i iii g-18
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATF
No. 71-3398 (Primm)
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
IN RE: Estate of
ANNA BEROER
Deceased,
NOTICB is hereby given thai I have
filed Final Report and Petition lor
Distribution and Final Discharge as
Executor of the estate of Anna Bar-
ter, Deceased, and thai on the 1 i" day
,,f October, 1973, will apply to the
Honorable County Judn.s of Dad.
( ountv Florida, for approval of said
Filial Report and for distribution and
final discharge as Executor of the
state of the above-named decedent.
This \ day
f Sepien ber, 1972.
Fred Saochet
Hx., utoi
Myers
Kenneth M
Attoruej
; 1150 8\V First Street
Miami. Florida 83131
Hi 8-1J
i al ol '
lorid.l ;
llllh iKtmwi ..-..-- -
ids ::::uii. and file the original with lb.
Clerk "f the above styled eourt Ml Ol
before Nov. ISth, 1978: otherwise a
default will i....."tend agalnat you
for the relief demanded in the com-
plaint or petition.
This notlee shall he published
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-4933
JOHN R. BLANTON
N RK: Estate
k for four consecutive weeks j PEARL BCHMI8BI.
this 2
''I this 39th da
.i September,
B. B LBATHERMAN.
'eii, ,,r Circuit court.
had.- County. Florida.
I") I'. F. (1ULD8TRAND.
un i ou,., seal
in 8-13-89-27
D.C.
InT 1 IE !l E W i S11 FLORIDIAN.
WITNICSS my hand and the seal of
said court al Miami, Florida o
Uy of 'If j,1^atheio1AN.
As Clerk. Cir.uit dun
Dad.- County. Florida
By R. M. KISSEE
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Max p. Bngel
1400 N'.W. 10th Avenue, suite
Miami. Florida ::313 C'.7:i-::sil
Attorney for Petitioner
10/b-1 -'--
17-C
II i
NOTICE UNDEh FICTITIOUS
.,_ NAME LAW
i.mi ''s HEREBY OIVBN that
|und.rs,Kned. desiring to engage
T*nem under the fictitious
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN lhal
the undersigned, desiring to engage It
-"v- under ihe fi.tltious name ; me unue. sib i.e.. ..=.... "--. -^
OWDp at Miami lln Intend to business under the fictitious nan. "i
''HII.IP A. FKLD.MAN
LEAH FKI.DMaK
ROBIN FBLDMAN
8/13-88-21 I"
Court of Dade County. Florida
EMII.IANO OARCIA
ERODES PRIBTI'
9/16-22-29 10, ti
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons llav-
, ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Y'oU are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any clulms and de-
mands which you may have aKainst
the estate of PEARL SCUMISEL de-
. eased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
' provided in Section 723.111, Florida ;
Statutes, in their offices in Ihe Coun- j
ty Courthouse In Dade County. Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from t
the time of the first publication here-
' of. or the same will lie barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 88th |
dav of September. AD. 1972
SKI.MA N. RASKIN
As Executrix
First publication of this nolle.
the 29th day of September, 1972
BAXTER & FRIEDMAN
ts7f. N.K. I8rd Street
Voiih Miami Beach. Florida
fifj) in 6-13-21
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTYCIVIL ACTION
No. 72-18491
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAUE OF
JAIME RODRIOCEZ
Petitioner
and
ROSA Ri'DKIOCEZ
Respondent
Tii: ROSA RODRIOCEZ
Patricia l.ubumha 408
Santiago de Cuba. Cuba
YOC ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED that
in action for Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of your
>vrlttn defenses, if any. to il on
Cfll.T.F.RMO SOSTCHIN. attorney
for Petitioner, whose address is I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
Caae No. 72-18576
In Re: Th.- Mnrrlage Of:
MARY ANN YINBR, Wife
and
BILL VINER. Husband
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: BILL VINER
2813 N. 7".th Street
Kansas City, Kansas _._
YOC Mil'. HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai a Petition for Dissolution ol Mar-
riage has i.e. ii filed agatnal you and
you are required lo serve a copy of
your written defenses to it. if any,
upon STEPHEN I. RASKIN, Peti-
tioner's attorney, whose address is
7800 Bird Road. P.O. BOX 7802, Miami.
Florida. 3313S. on or before OCTobe*
SO 1972 and file th. original with the
Cl'.rk of ihis Court cither before
service on Petitioner's attorney or
immediately thereafter: otherwise a
default will be entered for the relief
demanded in the Petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal or
this Court on Sept.nil.er II, 1972.
K. P. LBATHERMAN
as Clerk of said Court
B} C, P. COPELAND
as Deputy Clerk
'in uit Court Seal i
9 I"
la .:
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. 72-20330
ACT.ON FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RK: [
LCIS F MAYO
and
A I.OI 1SK MAY.
l.ll-\ LOCWH MAYO
141" Ahercorn Street
Savannah. Oeorgia SI4U1
YOC ARK HBRBBY NuTIFIKD
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
rinse has been filed against you and
ralred t serve a copy of
l il
To
This notice shall be published once
CCh Week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS mv hand and the seat
of -aid curt at Miami. Florida on
this
th day of Sept., I'.'72.
E B. LKATlllCP.MAN
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dad,- County, Florida
By: R. M. KI88RE
a- Deputy Cleric
.Circuit Court Seal!
STONE & SOSTCHIN
I'd N.W. 12 Avenue
Miami. Florida 83128
Attorney Cor Petitioner
Si 15-22-29
10 0 I
before Nov. 13, 1978: otherwise a de-
fault will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the complaint
or petition .. ,
This notice shall be published mice
each week for four consecutive weeks
in TDK JEWISH 1'1-ORIDlAN
WITNESS my hand and th.- seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on Ihla
:; dav of October, 1972.
K It LBATHERMAN,
As Clerk, Circuit t.'ourl
l> ide CotUlly, Florida-
lly P. M. KISSEE
As D.-pui> Clerk
(Clrcull Court s.aii
i.i 6-13-80-87


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