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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
October 13, 1972

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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).

Record Information

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University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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AA00010090:02280

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Preceded by:
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Succeeded by:
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Full Text
"efewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UN/TIT and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 45 Number 41
Miami, Florida Friday, October 13, 1972
Two Sections Price 25c
Senate Postpones Vote On Genocide
WASHINGTON (JTA)The
Small has again postponed in-
definitely a vote on ratification
oi the genocide convention which
has been pending ever since the
United Nations adopted it in
the aftermath of the Nazi holo-
caust 2f> years ago.
The convention was approved
bv the Foreign Relations Com-
mittee a year ago.
With the Senate scheduled to
adjourn at the end of this week,
the prospects for a vote were
killed when Senate Majority
Leader Mike Mansfield (-Mont.)
proposed a four-hour limit to de-
bate on the measure. Sen Sam
J. Irvin (D-N.C.) objected to
the limitation and the vote was
postponed.
Two leading proponents of rat-
ification. Sens. Jacob K. Javits
(R-N.Y.). and William Prox-
mire (D-Wis.), expressed dinap-
pointment.
Sen. Mansfield promised to
try to get the item on the cal-
endar early in the now Congress
which meets next January. Sen.
Proxmire. who has been cam-
paigning for ratification for the
past six years, said that he
would continue his fight for the
genocide convention.
Reports Exit Fees Will Be Eased
Or Eliminated Called 'Unfounded'
NEW YORK (JTA) Two
Jewish leaders here and polici-
cal circlei in Israel have de-
Bcribed as unfounded the re-
ports that easing and eventual
elimination of the exit fees for
educated Jews leaving the So-
viet L'nion were imminent.
Rabbi Marc H. Tanenbaum.
director of Interreligious Affairs
for the American Jewish Com-
mute said that talks with of-
ficials :n the Nixon administra-
tion and the State Department
had convinced him there was
no reason to believe the reports.
Jerry Goodman, executive di-
rector of the National Confer-
ence on Soviet Jewry, said. "We
have no information of any slg-
nlflcant shift In policy on emi-
gration in general and fee in
partli ular." Reports of progress
on the exit fees are "exagge-
rated and distorted," Goodman
stated.
These views were confirmed
by Israeli political circles in
Jerusalem who rejected rumors
that Soviet authorities have
eased up on the exorbitant visa
fees. But they expressed hope
that under mounting interna-
tional pressure, the U.S.S.R.
would find a way to reduce the
fees without losing face.
According to the sources, the
rumors about the head tax were
deliberately spread by Soviet
authorities in response to the
negative reaction of world opin-
ion. The objective was to mis-
lead the public and weaken the
protests, they said.
Dr. N'ahum Goldmann, presi-
dent of the World Jewish Con-
gress, said there might be "a
reasonable hope" that the So-
Tension Relaxes Along
Israel's Northern Border
TEL AVIV (JTA) Israeli
sources report a notable relaxa-
tion nl terrorist activities along
Israel's northern borders since
last month's air and ground
strikes against terrorist bases
in southern Lebanon.
The sources said the terror-
ists seemed to be pulling out og
the border villages, apparently
under pressure from the villag-
ers, and are moving into interior
regions of Lebanon. The Syrian
line is quiet, they said, indicat-
ing that the Syrians also "got
the message" of the raids into
Lebanon and are exerting tight
control over terrorist elements
on their territory.
legedly imminent Israeli attack
has lessened in recent days, it
was noted, and the absence of
Syrian military activity in the
border region may indicate that
Damascus was using the state
of alert last month to convince
the Soviet Union of its need for
additional arms to deter an Is-
raeli attack.
The Israeli Army high com.
mand. meanwhile, has relaxed
its call-up of privately owned
civilian vehicles for military
service. The Army said civilian
vehicles would no longer be used
in forward areas and that none
would be pressed into military
service mote than once in three
The Syrian alarm over an al- years.
viet government will change its
position on the visa tax. He said
the hope stemmed from "the op-
position to the tax by the Amer-
ican and other governments and
their willingness to exercise
their Influence in this respect."
Dr. Goldmann, delivering the
keynote address at a closed ses-
sion of the WJC's Kuropean
Executive, said efforts to get
the visa tax withdrawn "require
patience and a continuous re-
sponse of protest, both daring
and yet responsible. It cannot
be left to extremist element;."
Jacob Stein, chairman of the
Conference of Presidents of Ma-
jor American Jewish Organiza-
tions, was quoted as claiming
that according to "sources that
I believe to be authorative."
there was "hopeful movement
on the question of Soviet ran-
som tax and that this move-
ment is reflected in those apply-
ing for exit visas, who would
normally be subject to the tax.
being advised to hold off pend-
ing clarification of regulations."
Israeli Envov Disclaims
Knowledge Of Incident
AMSTERDAM (JTA) -Am-
bassador Hanan Bar-On has
disclaimed knowledge of any
shooting incident outside his
residence in The Hague.
According to Dutch sources
an unidentified gunman fired on
a policeman guarding the Israeli
envoy's home and escaped by
car in a thick fog after the po-
liceman returned the fire. Bar-
On said in a telephone inter-
view with the Israeli Army Ra-
dio station in Jerusalem that he
was not aware of any such in-
cident. He said he heard no
shots and that there was no sign
of any bullets having been fired
near the residence.
News Briefs
___ A i TI~\T authority be applied tr
Mapam Youth Threaten Action Against JDL -----------
Jewish Group Says It Bombed Arab Library
PARIS (WNS) Massada, a Jewish organization, claimed
responsibility for an explo.-ion in an Arab library believed to be a
front for most Palestinian organizations in France. The front
\\ indow of the building was shattered and some furniture was
destroyed.
Kollek Appeals To Orthodox Leaders
JERUSALEM (WNS) Mayor Teddy Kollek of Jerusalem
has appealed to leaders of the ultra-Orthodox residents of Meah
Shearim and Batei Ungarn sections to prevent disruption of public
order by their followers who have been staging almost nightly
demonstrations in those sections. One cause of the demonstrations
recently is the conviction of two yeshiva students for the fire-
bombing of a shop in Tel Aviv selling erotica items.
Bitter Contest Expected
JERUSALEM (WNS) A bitter contest appeared to be shap-
ing up in connection with the Oct. 15 elections for chief rabbis.
The appointments to the 150-man electoral college that will vote
for the candidates for Ashkcnazi and Sephardic chief rabbis and for
members of the Chief Rabbinate Council was finally completed
last week.
Nazi 'Butcher- Diseovered In Germany
PARIS (WNS) -Beate and Serge Klarsfeld. two Nazi hunt
ers. claim they have tracked down the former head of the Paris
Gestapo, Heinrich Illers. According to Mrs. Klarsfeld. Illers co-
incidentally resigned from his post as Senate President of the
State Social Court in Celle. Germany recently.
American-Israeli Interests Open Bank
TEL AVIV (WNSi --The first bank owned jointly by Ameri-
can and Israeli interests, the First Intern tional Bank in Israel
has been opened here with IL 1.5 billion assets in 34 branches here
and abroad.
Catholic Receives Yad Vashem Medal
NEW YORK (WN3> The Israeli Consulate hero has pre-
sented the Medal of Righteous People on behalf of Yad Vashem to
Jeanne Daman-Scaglione, a Catholic former teacher who helped
gave 2,000 Jewish children from the Nazis during World War II.
Ambassador David Rivlin. Israeli Consul General, expressed 'heart-
felt gratitude" for Mrs. Daman-Scaglione's achievement of "so
many gnat things in hours of darkness and stress for the Jewish
people."
Jordan Makes Peace Overture
JERUSALEM (WNS) Jordan has made a peace overture
to Israeli citizens via television. It inaugurated its first daily news
program in Hebrew with a pledge to promote peace.
Nixon Urged To Appeal To Syrians
WASHINGTON (WNS) The Conference of Presidents of
Major American JewLsh Organizations has urged President Nixon
to make "a persona' appeal to the Syrian authorities to permit
Syrian Jews who wish to emigrate to the United States to do so."
The request was made in a letter from Jacob Stein, chairman of
the conference, who also asked that the attorney generals parole
authority be applied to Syrian Jews, as it has been to Soviet Jews.
TEL AVIV (JTA) Mapam
youth have threatened to con-
front Jewish Defense League
numbers "in the streets" if the
JDL carries out its threat to
engage in street warfare to back
its program. At the same time,
they called on the government
t" take all necessary measures
"to crush the symptoms of fas-
cism in Israel which have
emerged with the activities of
Rabbi Kahane's JDL."
The Mapam youth declared
that the war against Arab
terrorism mast Im> carried out
by the Israeli government
through its security arms. "A
democracy country cannot tol-
erate the activities of an organ-
ization or Individuals who try' to
take the law into their own
hands." they said, and warned
the JDL leaders that if they
carry out their threat to wage
"battles in the streets" they will
find Mapam youth waiting.
The JDL allegedly has threat-
ened street warfare if the gov-
ernment continues what they
claim is a program to persecute
them.
Rabbi Meir Kahane, leader of
the JDL, was released on $10,000
bail last week and ordered not
to leave the country as police
continued to investigate the
JDL's attempts to smuggle arms
Continued on Page 11-A
Announcement
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our operation, we have been forced to make a modest
adjustment in our subscription prices. The new prices
effective Sept. 1, 1972 are $8.00 for one year's sub-
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Friday, October 13
1972
Rabbi Joseph Narot New
Editor Of 'The Journal9
NEW YORK. N. Y. Rabbi Jo-
g ph Narot. spiiitual leader of
Temple Israel. Miami, has been
Ixith the Rabbinic profession and
(he American synagogue.
RabM Narot hopes to stress ex-
plorations probing "the future of
the profession" which he said finds
i few colleagues with "a strong
desire to lease the rabbinate to
find allied or unrelated work."
Another area stressed will be
the relationships between branches
of Judaism. Judaism and Christi-
anity and Israel and Diaspora
Jewry. The Reform leader noted
while "we continue to dramatize
our love for Israel we must also
renew the faith in our country
and other nations outside of
Israel."
The magazine will also devote
its pages to articles on the creative
. work in Reform Jewish theology.
, Liturgy and such topics as Jewish
: history, social concerns and human
problems.
Rabbi Narot. who presently
s< i ves on the national board of the
' Union of American Hebrew Con-
I ^legation, has been the spiritual
k ader of Temple Israel in Miami
since 1930. He previously served
| Temple Beth Israel in Atlantic
City for ten years.
In his own community Rabbi
Narot has championed the causes
of human relations, interfaith ac-
tivities and equal employment
opportunities.
Gabriel Glazer To Speak At Meeting
Sponsored By Israel Aliyah Center
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w ho held the po-
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The : itor, known for his
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ks and magazine articles, pli
to utilize the publication's paces
a forum discussing and analyz-
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jonpn S* yw **
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A former president of the In-
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Vmerica, (later called the Student
Zionisl Organization) Mr. Glazer
ctcd presidenl of the Asso-
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In addition to hi- many activi-
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3 Miamians To Receive
1972 Leadership Awards
Faseell In Group Eyeing Israel Aid
Robi it Russell, president of the
r Miami Jewish Federation,
iinounoed the Miami recipi-
(he President's Leadership
\ i IOT2.
ii. Jewish community's high-
est honor, tho awards arc bo-
annually in recognition for
outstanding service to the Jewish
ilty and the community at
- : al recipients, l.laim
Philip) Bloom, Gerald R.
an i Norman II. Llpoff are
.imiiii; 98 men and women across
,i nation who will be so honored
nv Council of Jewish Fedcra-
ind W< Ifare Funds.
three individuals epit-
the communal commitment
I m,-,. of gen i -e Fedora-
Chiles Aids Jackson
Bill On Soviet Jews
I's Sen Lawton Chiles has co-
ed the Jackson amendment
East-West Trade Relations
Aci which would deny the Soviet
T',i"', most-favored nation status
II alters its emigration poli-
tow aid Russian Jews.
Tho amendment introduced last
week hv Sen. Henrv M. Jackson of
Washington provides that no non-
markel economy country would
be eligible to participate in anv'
m of the U.S. government
u-hi h extends credit, or invest-
ment or credit guarantees during',
tho nerfnd i" "'hich 't d 'nios its
citizens the right or opportunity to
emigrate. i
The Jack'Ofl amendment also
would nrolrhit any excessive tax j
levy, fine, fee or other charge on;
or other documents re-1
for a citizen to leave the
mum ry.
"If the S iet Union wishes to
of the fruits of most-fav-
i i nati ms trade." Sen. Chiles
-iii !. it has to conduct ii< af-
thal u abides by the pro-
\i-,ii:- ol rrost-favored nations. In
thai community oi nations working
i ii tercsts.
those would be not to
have a discriminatory policy bas"'
on churging a tribute (feel which
amount to blackmail to al-
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\mi lean miiitry equipment
as iois and tanks, required by
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Home Bloom
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Women's Division since 1984. A
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influential women.
Gerald Fall k, an insurance-es-
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chaii man of F< deration's Tax
Committee and a member of the
Budget Committee.
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chairman of the Jewish Cjmmu-
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1972
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Volume 45
5 HESHVAN 5733
Number 41
Refugees Remain Pawns
The inauguration of Israel's 25th anniversary year,
fittingly dedicated to the Jews of the Soviet Union, focused
attention on a fact that is disregarded by the world: the
absorption of 1,250,000 Jews from all parts of the world in
that comparatively short span of a quarter-century.
The platform in Jerusalem, where the celebration cere-
monies began, bore the emblems of the twelve tribes of
Israel and, in a sense, they were all represented as being
together as never before in the history of the Jewish people.
From the Arab lands alone, about 700,000 Jewish
refugees have come to Israel since the War of Independ-
ence in 1947, a burden that Jews all over the world have
assumed with their dollars and labor. This record of hu-
manitarian aid stands in sharp contrast to the plight of
the unfortunate Arab refugees from what had been Pal-
estine. Some 600,000 at the time, they have found little or
no hospitality or support in the nine Arab nations of the
Middle East in these 25 years.
The world is properly concerned with these refugees
but little has been done to convince the Arab nations of
their responsibility to resettle them in the vast territories
available. They remain pawns of the terrorist leaders and
propaganda for the cynical dictators of the Arab nations.
As Israel President Shazar said in launching the 25th
anniversary, there are inequalities in that society today
but they are the result of the hasty process of building up
the country under war conditions and not the result of
forgetting that we are our brother's keeper.
The Same Twisted Mentality
The threat that the Jewish Defense League is now
presenting to Israel's security has led, finally, to the recog-
nition that this militant group of fanatics will do more harm
to the Jewish cause than it can possibly, even by the
wildest stretch of imagination, do good.
When one of his men was caught in an endeavor to
smuggle arms out of Israel in order to make terrorist at-
tacks on Arab missions in this country and Europe, JDL
leader Rabbi Meir Kahane complained that the man only
wanted to act on behalf of his people and "for this he is
in jail." It is the same kind of twisted mentality which
drives on the Arab terrorists and others who believe that
assassination is the solution to political problems.
The no-nonsense leaders are not about to tolerate
more of Kahane's mischief-making. The only problem is
that if they decide to get rid of him he will return to this
country, where he is even less welcome, if that is possible.
A Fitting Tribute
When Dr. Samuel Sandmel of the Hebrew Union
College-Jewish Institute of Religion gave the first annual
King Christian X Memorial Lecture in Washington recently
he paid due homage to the courageous king and the Dan-
ish government for their protection of Jews during German
occupation in World War II.
The establishment of the lectureship on Christian-
Jewish Relations by American Lutherans and Jews in the
nation's capital is a fitting tribute to the memory of King
Christian who has taken his place in our history.
Jewish Literature Courses At.U-M
Two courses in Jewish literature will be offered this
year at the University of Miami as one of the first steps
toward the hoped-for creation of a department of Jewish
studies. Both courses, the first to be offered in the fall se-
mester, will be surveys of Jewish literature covering the
creativity of Jewish writers from Biblical to modem times.

CLFTVF.I.A.N 1). t. TOO "If you '
count only registered voters,
oven the city of Cleveland is way
under the 30r'; black. Cuyahoga
County is under 18% black. Ohio
as a whole is only about 5%
black. And it's about time for
mere Democrats to begin look-
ing at the figures."
Somewhat startlinelv. the
fc
=fc*
vwrmQ Fof^oDcrr
BUSES FOR
WashtagWn,ftjris
London and
PsaV pOlfeH Mat
sj>eaker was me \ .
crats prize exhibit among My
western governors. John o:|"
ligan of this stale. The then*.
suggested by the
above quoted is not entirely new
with Gov. Gilligan either '
FOUR years ago, Se'a Hu-
bert H. Humphrey was cam-
paigning out here. That time
both the scenes of the then, vice'
president distributing ;. lenj
largess were elaborately staged
in Ohio's black communities. Gil.
ligan is still remembered a$ hav-
ing remarked testily, "For God's
sake, Hubert, don't you think
you could be photographed do-
ing something for white people,
anyway one time in two?"
This year, moreover, Gov. Gil-
ligan is forthright in arguing
that the future of the Demo-
cratic Party in states like Ohio
"just has to lie" with the labor
unions, with the "ethnic voters"
and with "the middle-class
blacks." Maybe he is a bit jaun-
diced since Cleveland's former
mayor, Carl Stokes, tried to get
a large sum from Gilligan to "de-
liver the black vote to him." The
governor gave Stokes nothing at
all and got four-fifths of the
black vote anyway.
IN ANY case, the Gilligan sta-
tistics and the Gilligan analysis
are highly significant because
they point straight toward an
unpalatable, even awful truth
(Continued on Pace 16-A)
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.COMMENT
byEDWARD rBES
ThL-, i< the month when news-
papers must file an official state-
ment of their circulation, own-
ership, etc. ;.nd it has becm the
month when, traditionally, the
press does a little self-soul
searching and hopefully a-ks
the public to consider the Im-
pl nations of freedom of the
press.
As I read John S. Knight's
challenge in his "Notebook" in
last Sunday's Miami Henild, I
couldn't help stealing a glance
at the adjacent column whore,
editorially, that newspaper
voiced its support for the re-
election of President Nixon.
There. I believe, lies some of
the answer to his sorrowful rec-
ognition that "the mass media
receive only fair to average
ratings in believeability."
FOR THE 40 years or so that
I have paid close attention to
this nation's leading newspapers
either as a reader or as a
working newsman the gap
between the news pages of good
newspapers like the Herald and
the editorial opinion of the pub-
lisher have, in my belief, served
to destroy the credibility which
John Knight recognizes is under
attack. This may not satisfy
Knight's old-fashioned belief
that people understand the dif-
ference between "straight" re-
porting on the news pages and
"opinion" on the editorial pages,
but I think it is a proper con-
clusion.
Most of us identify with
newspapers and magazines that
are close to our own opinions and
the fact is -that the overwhelm-
ing majority of American news-
papers have been out of line
with" the national election re-
sults with rare exception
for at least the 40 years I cite
from personal knowledge. They
did not support Franklin Delano
Roosevelt, or Harry Truman, or
John Kennedy, or Hubert Hum-
phrey. In fact, as a group they
have been against the majority
party on their editorial pages
while America persisted in vo-
ting Democratic.
IN SHABP contrast to the
editorial page i- the report ng
of news, the Investigation i.: p >-
litir;:l chicanery, the informa-
tion and insights we have re-
ceived from the men who cover
the White House, the Congress,
the wars, the state house and
city hall, that the conscientious
newspapers, of which the Miami
Herald is certainly one. have
provided the peoile. They have
kept us informed of the things
the Herald editorially listed as
Nixon's "liabilities."
Watergate, failure to end the
war. Spiro Agnew, "light regard
for civil rights, especially the
First Amendment," Sup'-eme
Covrt apixjintments. failure to
deliver on his promised program,
ur.STT.ploymont with inflation.
And more: on the same Sun-
day's first page, another story
or wasted law enforcement
funds by the Nixon people; on
page 2. a story that reveals how
only big trader* gain while Nix-
on's Policies Hart Farmer.. "
Earlier In the week, a dozen
well-reported stories on the con-
sumer protect'oT bill, on soe;al
security, welfare. minimum
wage. Vietnam bombings, wheat
deals, tax reform* A diet to
satisfy any conscientious c
with n dr*lre to know how their
President has failed them.
AND, THORN, as almost with-
out fail it has done every four
yea-s. the American press has
told its great reporters anci its
readers that it really meant
nothing, forget it. we recom-
mend Alf Landon. Tom Dewey,
Richard Nixon. Anyone is bet-
ter than a Democrat.
I prefer to rea I
lines this year, I
that
the men at the H
wanted to suppo l
Govern, for th eii
plaint would
h s campaj ;
disaster." But the;
who might care
things know that
zealotry i> temi i -
Ism which rises I
slumbering Ami ri
since AdJai Stev i '
not as well) has
candidate spoken
to first principles.'
of course, suppoi led Ad
venson's oppom nt,
YOU WANTED hear a
your readers, John '
here it is: if first |
important to you,
Amendment is as S
believe, if we I '< ""*
cannot free the mil V of nl',n'
as you wTote, "if a! the
time we accept limitation
free speech," then you haw
made a grievous e
choice. The man you
is not commit ted to st pnw
pies but to their d
recheck your files.
It is for those re ns that
another great nev
New York Times.
McGovern becaus i il
"he can restore a
pose to the Americai
a whole, a sen-- of
to their component
sense of Integrity to I
erriment."
Isn't that what you b
well, in news storii r an I
ials. ex-ept for a f
Leap Year? And. perhaps, jl '
those exceptions account in
part for the disrepute ot <^
press?

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Friday, October 13. 1972
*Jewisti fkriaffatn
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Histadrut Leader From Israel
To Help Open $5 Million Drive
Milton Viorst 2nd Speaker
In Special Election Series
Yehushua Levy, treasurer of the
Histadrut in Israel and head of
the General Federation of Labor's
Ameriran desk for more than a
decadi will visit Greater Miami
this uiokcnd to help launch the
1972 Israel Histadrut Campaign
lor $5 million.
Mr Levy will speak tonight dur-
ing ili< 8:15 p.m. service at Temple
Beth Sholom of Miami Beach,
ase Ave. Dr. Leon Kronish.
national board chairman of the
[srai Histadrut Foundation and
a lor.--lime associate of the
Israeli eader, will officiate.
Thi Histadrut treasurer, who
heads the day-to-day operations of
largest organization with
more than 1.1 million members,
also .1 be a pulpit guest Satur-
day morning during the Sabbath
tervici ai Temple Emanu-El, 1701
Washington Ave.
Dr. Irving Lehrman, national
presidi nt of the Synagogue Coun-
cil i'I Ameiica who has visited
Israel more than 25 times in as
many ytars, will welcome Mr.
Levy.
Bernard Jacobson of New York.
Inational executive director of the
Israel Histadrut Campaign, will
accompany Mr. Levy on his three-
day visit to South Florida. Mr.
Jacobson headed the Histadrut
Foundation and Campaign organ-
izations in Los Angeles for many
YIHOSHVA uvr
years before succeeding Dr. Sol
Stein early his year.
The board of directors of the
Israel Histadrut Council of South
Florida will host a welcome
brunch for Mr. Levy Sunday at
10 a.m. at the Fontainebleau
Hotel, according to Samuel Fein-
stein, president, and Moe Levin,
board chairman.
Mr. Levy was the director of
rescue operations for tens of thou-
sands of Jews from displaced per-
sons' camps in Europe during the
immediate post-war years.
The $5 million goal for this
year's fund raising effort was
adopted this week at a national
board meeting in New York at
which Mr. Levy and Mr. Jacobson
spoke.
Ben Zion Steinberg, Florida ex-
ecutive director of Histadrut. par-
ticipated in the session which es-
tablished record goals for Greater )
Miami and American Jewry.
Proceeds of the nationwide cam-
paign are used to support the
medical, educational, welfare, cul-
tural and religious programs of
Histadrut in Israel.
Syndicated columnist Milton I
Viorst will be the second speaker
in the special election series of the I
MllTOM VIORST
Greenfield Adult Institute Sunday
morning at Temple Israel of
Greater Miami.
Mr. Viorst, a veteran Washing-
ton and foreign correspondent now
with the Washington Star, will
disci's* "The Political R'ght, Left
and Center" as factors of the 1972
election and will project their in-
fluences in the campaign.
Besides a distinguished career
in journalism, Mr. Viorst has writ-
ten a number of important books
as an historian, the best known of
which are "Hostile Allies: FDR and
DcGaulle," "The Republican Party
and the Puritan Ethnic," "Great
Documents of Western Civiliza-
tion" and "Liberalism, Its Past.
Present and Future in American
Politics."
As chairman of the Fund for In-
vestigative Journalism. Mr. Viorst
is in charge of making grants to
journalists for investigative re-
porting and has played an import-
ant role in uncovering a number of
ma or stories involving govern-
ment secrecy.
Sunday morning. Oct. 22, Mrs.
Naomi Levine, the new national
executive director of the American
Jewish Congress the first wom-
an to hold a major Jewish agency
post will deliver the lecture on
"The November Election and
America's Minorities."
All lectures are open to other
than series subscribers and tickets
mav be purchased at the door.
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letters to the editor
EDITOR, Tin- -lewMi IToriilhi 1:
Si ii :> rjiYq ro-
erted to pa 1 n- t.. > by cha'-
i n< aping abuse
:i P. 1 ii Stai ..;. Ringler for dc-
ng ;i sermon Involving ixjI:-
tics. 1'h > en suggested i"i no
Lino 1 tin m th:it he stick to
:i- it. nuaning religion. These
rit'.i .. Ilv ing in the distant
post. Thcj appea** to be Ignorant
:' t: banges that have
takei pli 1 Rabbis are new eman-
i. ;>' -I : rightl} so. They (eel
that :- T duty to hold dis
--'.:.- ased on the proposition
thai .>:: i- < iic rned with the
uaJKtj ol Amerkan life. If more
;-u;' istened and trie 1 to
1 1 ii what men like Rabbi
: nj hi : to :iy ii would have
. ed as an early warning of the
nnas "hat now p'ague the
" : iii : States, and Nixon might
havi pen elected President
Wi Jews must become the crit:-
;i' 1 ieleus 1 : n new das emerg-
! a, a elass whose
. lt '.; knowledge. We
n one ol the many people mo-'
one rncd and anxious about the
..'tV that i-- i>":n? shaped around
t:s today. we want to see sane
rcasi nlnj conquer over thoughtless
mot ons, : we want Intelligence
;md fonedaht to guide our futures.
;t behooves us to give careful
Stud) and con id- > 1 'on before
voting for men who aspire to head
tir government for the next four
years.
To nro\r that Rabbi Ringler was
Dbsohitely ri^ht in admonishing
the Jews in his audience not to
-<>! for the reelection of Nixon.
the following study should be am-
pie 1 > ;!( ncc that PraVdent Rich-
Brd Nixon in ads a deeply entrench-
ed Republican administration
lighting t pn >rve the status
1 uo nd protect the privileges of
the fa\ oi 1 I !i w:
The Unltcc States appears to
he .. President Nixon's admin-
has lost all sens of values
prio . -. There exist class In-
quit; ,:'. r< 11 jslve ma hinery
to maintain both. The magnitude
tu tip Itj of the grave prob-
1 line our nation today could
rivi this c 1 nit:> in the direction
1 1.; 1 ism. Pn -id in Nixon's one-
man rule and Ills type of response
to the fears and frustrations of the
American people is proof this can
liappt n here. It has been quite
bvio 1- tor s me time that he has
been usurping ever more Congres-
sional constitutional powers both
::i war and in peace. Thi- can be
onsidcred the initial step of one
ho spires to be a d'etator.
There is a consensus of opinion
- mona: p"onlc who are well ac-
quaint' d K'ith Presid nt Nixon that
io i< a shi ty, .-!uv.v> politician
1:i.I a total o;;poriurit..His record
;.- .1 politician, has, been on. that
suggests i lack of broad public
tru--t. He has made himself vulner-
able by making promises which he
a:.s to keep and statements which
lie chooses to ignore, A good ex-
i-"'-V of thi- i< his promise to
end the Vietnam war and the
statement made by him Oct. 19.
IMS just before his election that
thus,- who have had a chance for
four years and could not produce
peace should not be given another
chance."
As we read of Nixon's activities
'resembling those of the late Joe
M ("aitby 1 wheat ho was a mom-
lier of the U.S. Sena'e. his dra-
matic "Checkers" si>eech in which
he tried to defend hi- illegal ap-
propriation for his own use of R -
publican campaign funds when he
was the vice presidential nominee
and running with Dwight Eisen-
hower, the Watergate caper, the
ITT fiasco, the bumbling, almost
moronic remarks from the White
Ho-'se staff, the criminal irregu-
larities in campaign contributions
the tip-off of the big grain dealers
of the sale of wheat to Russia that
rraie po-sible a wind-fall of hun-
dred- of millions of dollars for the
"fat cats*' at the expense and
frustration of small farmers, and
the lr*ensltlvtty of the Pentagon
and White House officials on de-
fense co-ts. it is extremely difficult
to understand how any American
in his right mind could vote to
supnort such an administration for
anc'her four years.
masses of Chinese, driving them
. Into the arms of the communists?
And is thi- the same Joe Alsop
gwho so forthrightly criticized the
Amc lean .government of Harrj
j Truman for refusing to support
the democratic regime of Chiang,
while all the while closing his
! typewriter to reporting stories of
I the mountain! of American aid
i being sold by Chiang's family and
I generals to the communists?
And is this the same Joe Alsop
i who has preached the democratic
virtu < io the-e many years of
uii Gen. Thieu. while this same
! Gen. Thieu .shut down the power
1 of the Senate Chamber in Saigon. 1
1 and then hail it stink-bombed!
i when :iis own minions refused to
I disband under his orders? An 1 is
this same Gen. Thieu who is send-
tons of heroin to this country
while the State Department and i
Joe A'sop turn away so as not to
see it?
Mr. Joe Al-op. former propa-
ganda minister for the Chiang-
i Chennault arm of the interim-
1 tional mafia, should try to re-
port the facts and keep his ex-
pertise evaluations of the opin-
I ions of others to himself.
ARTHUR ROTH
Miami
Historical Background On
Important Issues In News
(EDITOR'S NOTE: The foUowincj.
.'..-; a MtfM4f sHort feu-
I by members of the Eticy
cloptdia JuddMiM staff in Jerusalem |
Mpecuilly for the Jewish Telegraphic 1
Agetic; The fMtiuwttci offet an in-|
itoricdl background of '
:.. 11 issues in the news.)
1
The nroblems currently facing'
the Philippine Islands turn atten- '
t:on to its Jewish community
which numbers about 250. Mar-
ranos were found in Manila in the
late loth century but significant
Jewish Immigration to the island j
began only in the latter 19th cen-
tury. The Jews came from France, '
from the Middle East, Russia. I
Central Europe, and the United
States.
Tiie attitude of the Philippine i
authorities during the Nazi period
was friendly and it liccame a cen-1
ter for refugees. By World War
1. 2.500 Jews were living there.
The early part of 1945 was cala
mitous for Philippine Jewry, The
Japanese had used the synagogu
and adjacent hall as an animum-
tion store and both buil lings Wen
completely destroyed in the fight
ing.
A tenth of the Jews tell \1tfm
to atrocities pern. ... ^
retreating Japanese or to the
shelling of the advancing a
cans.
After the war, the community
was reorganized, but most of the
Jews there today are not perman-
ent residents. They work on con-
tract with U.S. companies and 01
other assignments; ex
handful they all live in Manila. Re-
lations with Israel have een most
cordial and the Philippines was
the only Asian country to voti foi
the partition of Palestine in 1947
(I. I9?S Jewish Telrirrupl W.orv
I>R. KAXNOX
Miami Beach
SHEIXMAN
ED1TOB, The JewLsh Kloridiita:
So Joe Alsop snidery tears into
the "Liberals" for guessing wrong
a-d misleading the nation on is-
sues.
Am I correct that this is the
'ante Joe A'sop who fronted as a
propagandist for Gen. Claire
Oiennault during World War II.
while the general cleaned up on
American aid sent to China to
light the Japs? Is it the same
Joe Al-op who told us that a few
hundred World War II planes
"ould wipe Japan off the map?
Of course that one has been
proven completely accurate by the
B-52 raids on North Vietnam.
And is this the same Joe Alsop
who has been telling us for 30
vears what a great paragon of
democracy is one Chiang Kai Shek.
while Chiang and his family
Heaned up hundreds of millions on
"Lend-Lease" and refused to fight
the Jans, while suppressing the
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EDITOR. The Jewish Floridian:
In reply to a letter that ap-
I peared Oct. 6 in re the Rabbi
Ringler matter. I would suggest
that the young man defending
Rabbi Ringler's attack on Jews
who intend to vote for President
Nixon do a bit of research on the
subjects touched upon.
1. His bombast is not respon-
llve to the subject matter dis-
cussed in my letter. Words like in-
dictment." "paucity'' and "mis-
representation" are noises to be-
fog the issue. The issue is
should the rabbi misuse the pul-
pit to promulgate his own politi-
cal views which have nothing to
do with Judaism, and to a captive
audience, who cannot refute his
allegations?
Ehrlich and others who appear
to think with their emotions rath-
er than their intellect run for
cover behind the facade of com-
paring rabbis to the prophets of
old. The prophets were not rab-
bis. As a matter of fact some
of them were uneducated and cer-
tainly did not speak to a captive
audience, but took to the streets
to preach against sin and oppres-
sion. Sometimes, they spoke
against the priests who actually
occupied the same positions as the
rabbis do today, namely, function-
aries of Judaism.
However, not all the priests were
prophets and not all the prophets
were priests. Jeremiah is an ex-
ample, a priest who spoke against
the misbehavior of the priesthood.
The prophets spoke against law-
lessness, misbehavior and sinfid-
ness and against the disregard of
the laws of Moses which, in mod-
ern terminology, would mean they
were for law and order. Further-
more, for every prophet there
were many false prophets and his- j
'01 y has discarded them com-
pletely; but for the love of truth,
please stop covering the rabbinate
with a mantle of prophecy.
A great number of our rabbinate
are great Judaic leaders and
teachers and that is what we
should respect them for.
Ehrlich says in his letter "that
our youth has been looking for
leadership on the [>ait of the rab-
binate to speak out forcefully and
eloquently without pulling punches.
It is no accident that there has
been a return of many of the
younger generation to Judaism."
For your information. Mr. Ehr-
lich, the political rabbis might be
responsible for Abhic Hoffman
and others of his ilk.
In conclusion, I would suggest
that you do a little research work
and I am certain that time and ]
experience will develop you into
an affirmative Jewish leader.
LEO.Y .1. ELL
Campaign Issues
To be Discussed
At Forte Forum
The Forte Forum, which meets!
on Tuesdays at the Forte audi-
torium. 1200 West Ave will fea-
ture George Firestone, who will
represent the 36th District in the j
State Senate, on Oct. 17. Sen. I
Firestone will talk on '"Sen.
George McGovern and the Demo-
cratic Party.'
On Oct. 24, Ellis Rubin, candi-
date for Congress in the 13th Dis- j
trict. will speak on "President ,
Nixon and the Republican Party." j
Ruth Schneider, representing the j
League of Women Voters, will pre-
sent the League's position on lo-
cal issues and candidates on Oct. 1
31. then Ann Gelfand will sum up \
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The Kaddish Is
A Salute To God
By RABBI SAMUEL SILVER
(A Seven Arts Feature.)
Almost everyone is familiar with the Kaddish, but what
Joes it .say?
Some believe that it speaks about death. It doesn't. The
opening words, "Ylsqadal Vyiskadash Shmay Rabbah," are an
Aramaic salute to God. not a cry of rebellion, as some would
surmise considering the bitterness we feel when we lose someone.
To give you the contents of the Kaddish I am pleased to
relay a superb translation by one of the nation's most gifted
rabbis. Dr. Jerome Malino of Danbury, Conn. Ordained by
Stephen Wise. Rabbi Malino has for decades been one of Con-
necticut's leading citizens, and an internationally renowned in-
In prefer of Judaism. Here is bis rendition of the Kaddish.
"May God's great name 1m? exalted and made holy
In the world fashioned by His will;
Within the days of our life,
In the lifetime of all Israel,
Swiftly and soon.
And say. now, Amen.
May His great name be blessed
Unto the end of all that is.
Blessed, adored, glorified
KxaJtcd, extolled, revered.
Lifted up, and praised,
Be His holy name, blessed be He.
Yet is He far beyond
All the blessings,
Songs and praises,-
And consolations
Ever uttered in the world,
And say, now Amen.
May the sublime peace of heaven
And life
Be on us and all Israel
And say, now Amen.
May He who ordains the harmony of the heavens
Make peace for us
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Mark Spitz: A
Clever Diplomat
By HERBERT O. LUFT
HOLLYWOOD Mark Spitz,
winner of seven gold medals in
Munich, during the press con-
ference on Sept. 25 at the home
of Bob Hope, emphatically
stated that it was in the spirit
of the Olympiad that the sports
events continued in spite of the
tragic event. In Greek anti-
quity, he added, they even
stopped wars to go on with the
Olympic games.
Though he never met the Is-
raeli athletes, he was deeply af-
fected by their fate. He denied
that he came back in a rush
and said he had planned to leave
on the actual day of departure
long before the kidnapping and
murders took place. He also
wanted the public to know that
at no time was he afraid about
his security but was forced to
accept official protection.
This columnist, as the repre-
sentative of JTA, was the only
Anglo-Jewish journalist to at-
tend the improvised interview
session arranged by the Frank
Liberman publicity firm for the
metropolitan press, radio and
the television networks at the
spacious home of Bob Hope at
Toluca Lake in North Holly-
wood, not far from Warner
Bros. Studios where Hope made
his last picture only a few
months ago.
The handsome, must ached 22-
year-old Indiana University pre-
dental student, with his athlet-
ic build, makes 'Superman' look
like Truman Capote," Bob
quipped in his usual style when
introducing him as one of the
guest stars on the first of three
Hope specials to be sponsored by
Ford, produced by Mort Lach-
man and televised over the NBC
network.
Spitz joined The Carpenters,
David Cassidy and Alexis Smith
in the one-hour variety show,
and spent 10 to 14 minutes on
camera, a feat for Spitz, who
never before has acted either
on the stage or in films, (ex-
cept in Munich where he was
faced by 50 newsreel cameras
simultaneously).
Bob Hope, in a more serious
mood, termed Spitz an inspira-
tion to youth of today. Return-
ing to his normal self, the veter-
an comedian wisecracked that
Mark reminds him of Norman
Kerry, his own contemporary
from silent movie days, though
most of those attending com-
pared the dashing young man
with Omar Sharif, while some
suggested he would make a per-
fect "Tarzan."
Mark Spitz, a native of Car-
michael, Calif., finds life beauti-
ful on the West Coast though
he abhors the phoniness of typi-
cal Hollywoodians. He is not
rushing into his motion picture
career but is considering every
offer in consultation with his
agent. Norman Brockhoff from
the William Morris Agency, who
impresses us with offers from
MGM and Warners, and even
one bid from Italy's Vittoria de
Sica.
The first man to win more
than five gold medals at the
Olympics, in seven attempts had
seven wins. He is extremely
cautious in his replies to the
press; he didn't wish to com-
ment on the two black athletes
who were disqualified for bad
behavior, or on the young
sportsman who lost his medal
because he had narcotics in his
possession.
The handsome aquatic star
also refused to come out and
endorse a presidential candidate.
He pointed out that he is an
American who has been repre-
senting his country abroad and
enjoyed himself in that exposed
position; he refused to be ana-
lyzed by the German news me-
dia; and as a sportsman feels
he should not be involved in
polities.
Olympic gold medalist Mark
Spitz, a man of infinite charm
and poise, is a clever diplomat
who should go places on the
screen and in the arena of life.
Cantor Malavsky Finds Old Friend
It's been an interesting summer
for Cantor Samuel Malavsky,
brother of Rabbi Morton Malavsky
of Temple Beth Shalom in Holly-
wood.
He sang at the Bar Mitzvah of
his grandnephew, Roger Stratt,
in Los Angeles, with Rabbi Max
Nussbaum officiating, and was
joined in the "Bichas Koynim" by
his daughter, Gitele.
Then the cantor, who lives in
Lakewood, N. J., had a reunion
AJCongress Season
Opening Oct. 26
The American Jewish Congress
is holding its first monthly meet-
ing of the new season Thursday,
Oct. 23 at 11:45 a.m. in the Al-
giers Hotel, with Mrs. Binah Bar-
nett presiding.
Entertainment will be offered by
Mrs. Mildred Nemeth, vocalist,
with accompanist Rae Liskin at
the piano.
with Rabbi Samuel Sachs of Santa
Monica, Cal. The two men had
been out of touch for 52 years,
after several years of association
at the Sons of Israel Congregation
of Bensonhurst in Brooklyn.
Cantor Malavsky, who still is
busy composing songs and making
recordings, was a close friend of
Cantor Yossele Rosenblatt.
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Rabbi Zalman Kossowsky, new
spiritual leader of the Young
Israel of Greater Miami, launched
the Oneg Shabbat programs for
the Hillel Day School last week
when he addressed the students at
the first programs for the 1972-
1973 school year. He spoke on the
Parshat Hashavua," the portion
of the Torah that is read each I
week, Friday.
Cantor Jacob Mendelsohn, new
cantor of Beth Torah Congrega-
tion, will entertain the children
with "Shabbat and Israeli Zmirot"
accompanying himself on the
guitar, at the Shabbat program,
Friday, at 10 a.m.
Rabbi Robert Frazin, spiritual
leader of Temple Solel, Hollywood,
will speak to the Hillel students
on the "Parshat Hashavua" Fri-
day, Oct. 20, at 10 a.m.
Katzenbach Keynote Speaker
Former Attorney General Nich-
olas Katzenbach will be the key-
note speaker for the national con-
vention of the Multiple Sclerosis
Society today at the Carillon Ho-
tel. The four-day conclave will
conclude Sunday at the Miami
Beach hotel.
Beth David Launches 72-73
Adult Institute And Forum
Beth David Congregation's In-
stitute for Adult Jewish Studies
and Forum Series is under way
for the 1972-73 season.
Of special interest are the
Wednesday evening classes being
held at the South Dade facility,
7500 S\V 120th St.. where classes
are open to members and non-
meir.bers alike at a nominal fee.
Classes being offered the first
hour, from 8 to 9 p.m., are Begin-
ning Hebrew, Intermediate He-
brew, Vacational Hebrew, Ritual
Skills, Judaism & Christianity, and
Generation Dialogue a program
designed for teen-agers and adults
(parents) to unearth answers to
a variety of personal questions j
ard problems.
Due to the success of the sec-
ond hour presentation of last
year's lectures < from 9 to 10 p.m. >
a continuation of innovative lec-
turers and topics will take place.
The second hour is entitled
.lewr in the Arts: Depth Versus
Breadth, and will feature out-
standing lecturers.
On Oct. 18. Thelma Altshuler,
associate professor of Humanities
at Miami-Dadc Junior College
North, author of "Choices" and
co-author of "Responses to Dra-
ma." and other books on writing
and the arts, will speak Mr, Al
s^ulter-s topic will be The Jc2l
Conscience in Entertainment.'
Tuesday evening rinses a* -I"
so being held at Conj w *H
8 to 10 p.m. offering the &
curnciUum; the s.Tnd hour ho?
ever, will be devote! to lectureVSI
Rabbi Irving A. Weingart enSS
"If The Prophets Were A!h tJ
day."
A special class on the El ill
Talmud Series wil] he c.^
by Isaac Unterman from 8 to I
p.m.
Moot Market Fined $4,000
For Kosher Law Violation
Two fines of $2,000 each w imposed last week hv Miaail
Beach Municipal Judge NeiJ
Sweet on a kosher meal market)
and its operator, Stanley Ma*I
man.
SAW Kosher Meat Market watl
accused and convicted of sellinti
non-kosher chicken aj kosher,!
Frank Brickman. the cityJ
kosher meat inspector seized moiil
than 900 pounds of tho non-kosher
chicken. The $4,000 penalty the maximum sentence atithoria
by the city ordinance.
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Temple Beth Shalom
Ssitrlrrtf I-.im. h. Fla.
This is the second Sabbath of,
lh' year, and the To.-ah portion as-1
signed to it is the story of Noah!
and the flood.
Only ten generations pass<>d i
from the creation of Adam to the!
birth of Noah. During that period j
mankind became so corrupt that
it was necessary to wipe it off i
from the face of the earth. But:
because Noah was a righeous manj
and followed the commands ofj
G-d. he and his family were spared.
G-d made a covenant with Noah.:
by a sign of a rainbow, never'
again to destroy the world by a!
deluge. Thi- rainbow symbolized
faith and hope.
That despite man's evil ways.
there is hope that man will try
to make a better world and im-]
prove his character. To build arks)
of loving kindness Hesed'
V'shalom.
In Pirkay Ovot we read. "In a
place where th-re is no man. be
thou a man" Noah was the man
... he wa< th" righteous man in i
his i-'enc-ation. H5s contemporaries!
were wicked and evil, but he stood j
up against sinfulness. He built
an ark and tried to warn his peo-
ple of the impending danger of a
flood that would destroy them
all. but they refused to listen to'
him.
The Torah gave Noah the title,
"Tzadik" a man of integrity, ofj
wholeheartedness. It took courage
and faith to go against the ac-;
ccpted practices of his society!
. the establishment.
The rabbis, nevertheless, have |
some reservations about his great-
ness. They say "bedorasov." in his
generation was- he a -Tzadik." Had ,
he lived in the days of Abraham!
or Moses he wouldn't be consid-
ered a tzadik.
In a generation of corruption
and evil he was the outstanding \
man. He was satisfied to be saved i
but he did not plead the cause of 1
the others as Abraham did whenf
it came to the story of Sodom and ,
Gamorrah. Abraham pleaded with j
G-d to save the ]>eople of the!
wickeil city, and Moses pleaded
with G-d at the time of the Agel, |
the golden calf, and said: "Erase
my name from the Book of Life j
and do not destroy my people.
Both Moses and Abraham show-!
ed tenderness, devotion, love and
compassion for their people, where-
as Noah was satisfied that he and
his family were saved.
What we need today in these
troublesome days are leaders who
will risk their lives for the well
being, for the welfare of the little
people. Leaders who will hear the
cry of the people and help them.
Hollywood JWF
To Sponsor Joint
Judaica Program
The Jewish Welfare Federation
of Greater Hollywood, in con-
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temples in the south Broward
a--ea. and the Jew ish Youth Coun-
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teenagers of the area.
I'lpan Hebrew- courses will be
"iven three hours a week, one hour
in the middle of the week, and j
two hours on Sundav evening.
Other courses will be for one
hour per week for 10 sessions,
and held on Mondavs at Temple
Beth Kl, 1351 S. 14th Ave.: Tues-
days. Temple Sinai. 1201 Johnson
St.; Thursdays. Temple Beth Sha-
lom. 4601 Arthur St.
Registration, Monday, Oct. 16,
from 6:30 to 9 p.m. at Temple
Beth Kl. or call the Jew ish Welfare j
Federation.
On Tuesday, at Temple Sinai,
from 7 to 9 p.m., a teacher train-
ing for religious school teachers, is
scheduled. Arnold Pakula, princi-
pal of Temple Beth El Religious
School and a faculty member of
the Bureau of Jewish Education,
will instruct this class.
..:.;.... -IHI1MI
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SYNOPSIS Of THE WllKlY TORAH PORTION
Noach
I Chapters 6:9
'These are the generations of Noah
11:32)
THE FLOOD Of his generation, Noah alone was right-
"kin" Z r' With GOd- UttW *** HOW threatened
a l.v ,ng neatures and God revealed his design to Noah, com-
inanding Mm to build a three storied ark, 150 yards broad and
'yards U> depth, so that he and his family would be saved
i om the impending flood. When the ark was completed Noah
Ms wife, his three sons, Shem. Ham and Japheth, together with
their wives, entered it, taking with them seven pairs of every
Clean species of animals and one pair of every unclean species
Heavy rain fell continuously for 40 days and 40 nights and all
living beings outside the ark wer thus destroyed. When the
waters finally subsided, the ark rested on the mountains of
Ararat. Noah and his family were in the ark for a period of
110 days.
TOWER OF BABEL-After the death of Noah, the earth
became rcpoimlated through the descendants of Shem Ham and
Japheth who were the founders ol numerous nations. At one
time mankind had been congregated in the Land of Shinar
Babylonia) speaking one language. Fearing that they might
be dispersed, they decided to build a city and high tower reach-
ing towards the sky as a focal point to ensure that thev dwelt
together, which was in conflict with the divine purpose that ,he
descendants of Noah should fill the earth. God, therefore, con-
fused the language of the builders so that they ceased work as
they could not understand each other, and he scattered the
people over the face of all the earth. The place was called
Babel (l.p. confusion I.
PROM SHEM TO ABRAM The tenth In regular descent
from Slum wns Abram, whose father. Tenth, lived in Ur of the
Chaldees In Babylonia. Ur. at thai time, was the main center of
moon goddess worship by the Sumerians. who through a highly
developed cultural race, were steeped in idolatry. Terah de-
cided to emigrate to the Land of Canaan, and left with his son,
Abram. his grandson Lot and Sarai. Abram's wife. On their
journey northwards, they arrived at the city of Haran in Mes-
opotamia, where they stayed for some time.
By RABBI DR. SAMUEL J.FOX
Why lire there stripes on the
tattsf
The tallis is worn for the pur-
pose of having a four-cornered
garment to which the tzitzith arc
attached at each corner (fringes I.
In accordance with the original
requirements in the Bible (Deut:
15:38) a thread of blue was sup-
posed to have been included in
each of the four fringes.
This practice is not followed to-
day because we are not certain of
the correct shade of blue. There-
fore, the tallis to which the
fringes are attached has a Stripe
in it to serve as a symbol of the
fact that the fringes were not
originally all white as they are
today.
The original thread of blue was
symbolic of the majesty of the
Almighty. Having the original
thread of blue reminded one of
His Majesty.
Why do many people insist on
standing when the Torah is be-
ing read in the synagogue?
Some claim that the experience
of hearing the Torah read in the
synagogue is like the experience
which the people of Israel had
when the Torah was first given
to them at Mount Sinai.
At that time, the Torah des-
cribes the people as being in a
standing position; standing in awe
and reverence. Therefore, some
people stand when the Torah is
being read today with the same
feeling of respect, as if to say that
they are reliving the experience of
their ancestors. They, thus, in-
dicate that the Torah is just as
lelevant and its contents just as
exciting today as it was during
that historic moment at Mount
Sinai.
Those who allow themselves to
sit do so because they consider
the reading of the Torah as an
act of study during which one is
allowed to sit.
Others claim that one is allowed
to sit because the Torah is read
on an elevated platform and only
those who are on the platform
with the Torah are required to
stand, all others being in a some-
what different domain.
(<). 197: Jewish Telegraphic Agency)
MIAMI
A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
ANSHE EMES 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz 2
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' BETH tS* 'Jfr-'*' 5950 N. Kendall
Dr. S. "Miami. Reform. Rabb Her-
bert Baumgard 3
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i BETH DAVID. 2S2 SW 3rd Ave.
Conaervative. Rabbi Irving A. Wein.
gard. Cantor William W. Lipaon. 4
Friday (at South I)ndc Campus) 7:'<"
p.m.. teen-ace services, s:3o p.m. *<-r-
mrn topic! "Stemming 'l1** Flood."
Saturday (at main sanctuary) u a.m.
ltar Mltsvah, Btepnen, m.....f .Mr. and
Mrs. Martin Resnlck.
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
BETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conaervative. Cantor Seymour
Hinkea. 8
i ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER Mi-
ami. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi
Joseph R. Narot. 10
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conaervative. Rabbi Paul J.
Bender. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
OR OLOM (Temple). 8755 SW 16th
St. Conaervative. Cantor Yehouda
Binyamin. 13
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ITIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein. 14
| Friday 8:11 p.m. sermon topic: "We're
Not tiui of the l>ark Ages."
I TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na-
than Zolondek. 15
Friday B:lfi p.m. Dedication service,
j sermon topic: Let r.i Huiid a Sanc-
tuary," followed by Ones Bhabbat.
ZION (Temple). 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman Shapiro.
Cantor Errol Helfman. 16
I Friday .s;m p.m.. sermon topic: "Bqunl
I Partners." Saturday 8 a m., Bar Slits-
I van: Stephen, son of Dr. and Mrs,
. Henry Qlick.
NOKTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. 2225
NE 121st St. Conservative. Rabbi
Joseph Gorfinkel. Cantor Ben Zion
Kirechenbaum. 35
MIAMI BIACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sheldon M. Ever.
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BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro. 18
Rabbi Eugene Labovm Ci
ward Klein.
l3' U.
HkEm SHA.L0M- 7055 Bon,,, 0p .
thodox. Rabbi Phineai \ai.k 0f-
Cantor Leo Radin We0"~m
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SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTFB ,
; ^Collins Ave. ^b|J.d, N.hV*
CONGREGATION *ETZ~ Chaim ..,". '
NORTH BAV VILLAGE je*,,?
CENTER. 1720 79th Street rTSH ,
way, North Bay v.llage t!ve. Rabbi Marvin GoidtoiT?!?,1'
Murray Yavneh. C"J"
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AGUDAS ACHIM NUSACH SFc,,,,
CONGREGATION, 707 5m s- u
ami Beach. Orthodox RJtlb. '., ''
decai Chaimovits.
NORTH Miii,:; BfACH
ADATH YESHURUN (Tt^i, -m
NE Miami Gardens D- Co-;.-.,
tive. Rabbi Milton Schilnik. >,.'
tor Reuvan Eckhaus. j
BETH TORAH. 1051 N M:,m, =.,a
Blvd. Conservative. Rabb, M, '.,.
schiti. Cantor Jacob B Mende -:J/j
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 18;,. S,
Conservative. Cantor Jack Lira*
j BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir.
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches 19
BETH RAPHAEL (Temple). 1545 Jef-
ferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
' BETH SHOLOM (Temple). 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser. 21
. Friday 8:11 p.m. sermon topi,- "Who
1 I* A Jew? Saturday 1:4.". a.m., IJat
I Mltsvah: Melissa, daunh., 1 of .\ir.
jand .Mrs. .M.-rton Qettis; Mar Mltsvah:
Nell, son of Mr. and Mrs, Lloyd
I Cooper,
Brunch Opens High
School Dept. Year
The High School Department ol
Ten ile Menorah wi!! open it-; year
with a brunch with Rabbi Mayor
Abramowitz Sunday morning.
Rabbi Abramowitz and Ronald
A. Heller, educational director,
will outline the courses to be of-
fered in the high school for the
coming year. Following the rabbis
presentation and the selection of
subjects, the group will participate
in a discussion on the broad sub-
i<-ct of "Nixon or MeGovem
Which?"
In addition, to refreshments and
dancing there will be a special
feature of arts and crafts aimed
at forming an artistic link with
the Jews of the Soviet Union by
recreating the "SwH," the old
Russian village.
Pythian Knights Meet
A regular meeting of the
George Gershwin Knights of Pyth-
ias will take place Monday at 7:30
p.m. at the Surfside Community
Center. Following the business
meeting, there will be entertain-
ment and a collation.
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
9
6:34 5 HESHVAN
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or.
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
ky. 22
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA.
TION. 843 Meridian Ave. 22-A
- a
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig. 23
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 ACADEM~2400 Pine Tree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross. 25
CONG AN-NELL%ranch of Hebrew
Academy). 7th St. and Meridian
Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Ben-
Hillel.
25-A
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave,
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern.
Cantor Meyer Engel. 26
KokEJH is/aelT~U15 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif. 27
I MENORAH (Temple" 820 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
, ow'*x- Cantor Nico Feldman. 28
jl-nday 6:30 p.m. Saturday (. a.m. Unr
Mintvali: Hiui.rl. son of .Mr. mid Mrs
.Nathan Friedman,
NE-R. TAM,D (Temple). 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative.
SINAI (Temple), of NORTH OiDf
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Re'orm. 0131,,
Ralph P. Kingsley Cantor -,,!
Shulkes. j?
Friday s:l"> P in Saturda; I 1 B
liar Mltsvah: Billot. j
Mrs Ira Berfer.
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SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18':' NC
1th Ave. Orthodox. Racbi Jo-i.i E
Caplan. j,
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YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER. Ml. |
AMI. 990 NE 171st St Ortusdn,
Rabbi Zalmen KossowsM/. 39 |
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CORal CABf.fi
JUDEA (Temple). 5500 G'siad) S vt
. Reform. Rabbi Morris K>oper :; |
' Friday h:1*' pm Baturdn:
; i:ar Mltsvah: Oary Wi
; Mr. and Mrs. Qeorge Cn
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ZAMORA (Temple). 44 Zamori An.
Conservative. Rabbi Mji*( .
Berger. Cantor P. Hilici Bru~-tr.
Si
Friday R:IS p.m., aeriwn
Ins "i- Preylnsr," folli |
' Bhabbal hosted by Mr Mr*
roid Phillips. BaturdR! 1: ,i|
Mltsvah: Roseanne) dauRhtirr Mr. |
1 and Mr.s. Jerrold Phillip*
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nusni
: MOGAN DAVID CONGREGA" ON, 1
9348 Harding Ave. Orthccox ibi
Isaac O. Vine. M
fOKT lAUMRDAll
BETH ISRAEL (Tempi* 7;v W.
Oakland Park Blvd. Ratri *.vi. i
Brilliant. Cantor Maurica nk 2
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EMANU-EL. 3245 W. Oakland =ir
Blvd. (Reform). Rabb, Art?',- J.
Abrams. Cantor Jerome Kierrf-: 11
POMfANO BtACH
SHOLOM (Temple). 132 SE ttta i. j
Conservative. Rabbi Mor-s A 3.
Cantor Jacob J. Renzer
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MARGATE JEWISH CESTE= 5101
NW 9th St.
HAUANDALl
HALLANDALE JEWIf1- CINTH
(Conservative). 416 NE 8tr ye.
Rabbi Harry E. Schwa-tz, IsntJf
Jacob Danziaer.
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Hournocn
BETH EL (Temple). 135i S 14* v(.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel a"e 'S
Friday R:1R p.m.. -
-1 praiion of in
11 a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Wayne,
Mr. and Mrs, *.'U-l IJ,n
----a -
BETH SHALOM (Tempiei. "728 Mon-
roe St Conservative Ratbi Mj-ton
Malavsky. Cantor Irving Goto
SINAI (Temple). 1201 Johnjs- St
Conservative. Rabbi David Si3in>-
Cantor Yehuda Hedbravr.
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TEMPLE BETH AHM. Comer. 1: .
310 S.W. 82nd Avenue. Holl/w"'-
Rabbi Salomon Benerroc".
Kriday 8:1! p.m. Saturday "'
Mltsvah: Michael Minsk.
TEMPLE SOLEL (Liberal) 3001
Thomas Street. Hollywood. Pis'
Robert Fraxin.
Friday 8 p.m.. sermi
si a Seal Upon Thi Hei rt/" i
lion ,.f firsi Temple 8. : I Tonul *-
nateil by Mr. Sol Bar!
Hyman and Sarah s.-lio-nf.l'l >' .'
<"li and Dors Bart: rows "'d *'.l
plate donated by I>r and Mrs '
Ducksteln in memory ol '''"''h*
era Sarah Oraver ami Mslaa
MIRAMAX
ISRAEL (Temple). 6920 SW *
Conservative. Rabbi Avrom 0"*"-
Cantor Abraham Kosv -
I &*UinicJ i
i Oet 15
Vr
evision f^rogramR
!!
+BAGM&000>0i0i$W0Wi0i0VMw*
Ch. 10, 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship H *
Host. Rabbi Milton Schlinsky, Temple Ad.
Yeshurun j
Oet. 15 Ch. 7 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice j
Host: Rabbi Sol Schiff. director, CorrnTHIl
Chaplaincy Service j
Topic: "The new Central Agency for Jewish Si
Guests: Herbert Zvi Berger, Abraham J. Gittelson, I
.


|-:-dav, October 13. 1972
fJenisti rhrkttmn
Paaell-A
J\S
Max Lerner
//
NEW YORK. NY. Was ever a war pursued so implac-
.,} wcanly? Was ever a peace dragged out so unendingly,
i: i many tantalizing wttl-they wont-they moments?
ire at another such moment in a war without meaning
purpose that won't quite end, and a peace passionately
kiug that won't quite come off.
time our tremulous hope is like a doe in a barren
OS m who has found some wisps of green to nibble on. Is
his holly an illusion for us? Some mirage that in the end
l nothing sustaining?
mounting tempo of American bombing and the con-
Hanoi offensive against Saigon would seem to belie any
p. ed hone- Vet in themselves they don't. The negotiations
kind in which even a minor bargaining advantage from
ittleficld might count in the peace outcome. The slogan
n ith sides is the familiar Communist slogan, "Fight and
Talk and Fight." Mr. Nixon has merely taken it over
Ironi the guerrilla tradition. It is part of the craziness of this
zanj war that exactly when the guns are pounding hard-
est 1 the planes are dropping their most lethal installments
, I ith, there may finally be a chance that wily and deter-
: ini : negotiators are talking seriously of how to end it.
A: they always the hollow men? They don't have to be. This
s to be the moment for a raking attack on Henry Kissinger
rom several quarters in the press, more virulent than I can re-
dl in his career. I don't join in it. Kissinger is what he is,
neither a political leader nor the conscience of his time but a
negotiator and an analyst of world politics. He is very ably
I'hat he is. If there is any chicanery in the quest for peace, the
I irg t should be not Kissinger but President Nixon.
b -it a
BIT IS THERE MUCH chicanery in fact? Some there
must be. If ever there was a wrong timing for the serious
negotiation of peace, it is in the months before a presidential
election, when Hanoi felt it would get the President Strapped
Into :i make-peace-or-lose-the-election straitjacket, and when
over) move toward negotiation the serious ones as well as the
theatrical ones is regarded as politically suspect because of
the i urtpaign. The current episode underscores thus fact, which
eadache for the nation and a problem for the President.
My own feeling Is that the present flareup of negotiations
i a .-rious one. not phony, even though the theatrical element
i bound to be part of it. I don't base this on Henry Kissinger's
alone, or Gen. Alexander Haig's trip to Saigon to con-
ind brief President Thieu. Nor do I base it on the strip-
tease release of the three POWs, which must have been planned
arlier and is clearly intended (although probably in
to -toke the fires under President Nixon's hot seat.
The main focus must be on the travels and talks of Hanoi's
diplomats, not just America's. It Ls easy enough for President
a to send Kissinger and Haig wherever he wishes to send
them But he can't send Lc Due Tho to Parts and command him
to negotiate. When Hanoi's men meet with Kissinger, and spend
v-r.il days talking to him. and arrange another meeting, then
isn't phony any more, but serious.
Hanoi keeps warning publicly against the conclusion that a
sett lenient is near, and this may have a measure of truth as
well as guile in it. But if Mr. Nixon were a phony about the
>< lit ions, and Kissinger his patsy, there would be nothing
'o keep Hanoi from breaking off the Kissinger series of talks
d >tting Mr. Nixon drown in his own duplicity.
MY ASSUMPTIONS ABOUT both sides can be put quite
ly. For obvious reasons, Hanoi wants Mr. Nixon defeated
ami Sen McGovern as victor. Meanwhile, it wants the strongest
possible domestic pressure on Mr. Nixon. The POW ploy was
part of that. Meanwhile, also, it is willing to explore how far
Mr. Nixon will go to get a negotiated peace and to get an elec-
tion victory even more certain than it is now. The continued
Hanoi presoMM at the secret peace talks is part of that.
I: McGovern wins, and if the United States withdraws
totally from Vietnam "five minutes after the inauguration." as
McGovern has put it, then Hanoi has no problems about the
iv id of regime it will install. If Mr. Nixon wins, Hanoi's prob-
lems will be harder, although even a victorious Mr. Nixon at
home wont be able to keen up the bombing very long. There
wiH be moral outrage at home, .wen from his supporters, and
Mr. Nixon will have his whole second term clouded by an
impossible, war. which will block his ambition to go down in
history for a creative great powers policy. Even though he es-
lL.BJ.'s 1968 political fate, he still doesn't want to end as
historic L.B.J.
Mr. Nixon wants a governmental formula in Saigon that
will Jtva the non-Communists at least a fighting chance no
te be swamped by the Communists and their fronts. He will
settle for some coalition regime other than Thieu's, but it must
be a formula and regime that don't too blatantly spell out the
u timate American failure to prevail.
It is a sticky and messy problem, but beyond solution.
Whether right before or right after the election. That is why
the current trembling momentor the next is freighted
th meaning.
Banks Offer 1972
Presidential Medal
The official 1972 Presidential
campaign medals of in.m the Re-
publican and Democratic I'artv
National Committee; have gone on
sale in Dade County at The Miami !
Beach Fit si National and Coral
Sables Firsl National Banks, thei
"o largest nvmher hanks of Tin
United Banking Group.
The two Presidential Camiabrn
medals, struck in soil 1 ^torline
liver, depict President Richard
Nixon an-1 Senator George Mc-
Govern. Sculptured by the dean of
nedallic sculptors, Gilroy Roberts
for the Franklin Mint, the en-
graved portraits are executed in
the same classic style Roberts used
for the John F. Kennedy U.S. half-
lollar.
Measuring one-and-a-half Inche*
in diameter, each medal is mounted
in a desk dsplay stand and is priced
at $15. Offered only up to Nov. 7
Election Day, the medals will not
be available after that date.
The medals are being offered
through the banks' Silver Centers.
a new service recently imple-,'
mented for the convenience of the
bank's customers. The Silver
Centers also feature rare com-
memorative medals. fine art
medals and unusual coinage in-
r'udng the world's largest and
heaviest silver coin, the 20 Balboas
issued by Panama.
Under an exclusive agreement
"ith the Franklin Mint, the Silver
Center exhibits can be seen only
at The Miami Beach and Coral
Gables First National Banks.
'The Long Road Home9 Is
Modansky's Autobigraphy
Co lion Press of New York last
tvekpub|ishejd '-The,J ^ng, (Road
Home." an autobiography of Mi-
Dr. Eisenman
Named AAFP
Charier Fellow
In on Impressive convoentlnn
ceremony held recently at Madi-
son Square Gardens in New York
City. Dr. I-con S. Eisenman of 760
E. 4th Ave.. Hialeah. received the
degree of Charter Fellow of the
American Academy of Family
Physicians.
The degree of Fellow is awa,-d"d
to phisicians who have partici-
pated in "special educational pro-
grams designed to enhance profes-
sional competence and the quality
of health care provided to the
people of America."
To qualify, a phvsician must
have completed a minimum of 600
hours of approved additional med-
ical education since becoming an
active member of the American
Academy or have passed the cer-
tifying examination of family prac-
tice administered by the American
Board of Family Practice.
Dr. Eisenman is a past presi-
dent of the Florida Academy of
Family Physicans, a past presi-
dent of the Dade County Academy
and is presently executive secre-
tary of the Dade County Acad-
emy.
JACOB MODANSKY
ami Beach religious leader Jacob
Vt. Modansky.
Mr. Modansky. president of
Kneseth Israel Congregation, is an
officer of the Greater Miami
Hebrew Academy and its affiliated
Louis Merwitzer Mcsivta High
School.
A highly personal story of a
Russian Jewish immigrant, the
39-1-page .book rovouoU..(the suc-
cess of Mr, Modansky in his early
years in New York's Lower East
Side.
He recalls the romance of Jew-
ish workers with socialism during
the turbulent years after World
World I, and the gradual turning
away as the menace of So\ iet
Communism became apparent.
Mr. Modansky, who was 76 last
week, was president of the East
Meadow Jewish Center in New
York and traces his keen support
of Torah Judaism to his first
I lebrew teacher.
Later he headed a Zionist dis-
trict, and one of the most inter-
esting sections of "The Long Road
Home" describes the visit of Mr.
Modansky and his wile, Leah, to
Israel.
There are the usual inspection!
of UJA. Israel Bonds, Histadrut
and JFN projects. There are the
traditional visits to Hebrew Uni-
, versity and Technion. But it is
obvious that reunions with mem-
bers of the family in Israel has
paramount attraction for Mr. and
Mrs. Modansky.
I Throughout the l>ook, the close-
i ness of Mr. Modansky to his rela-
tives, friends and business asso-
ciates is striking. His long trail
from Wishenevetz in Czarist
Russia to retirement in the South
Shore of Miami Beach should be
interesting to many whose experi-
ences overlap at numerous points.
Hillel PTA Plans Paid-Up
Membership Coffee Oct. 18
Fund-raising events sponsored
by the Hillel Community Day
School PTA will be preceded by a
paid-up membership coffee at the
home of Mrs. Merrill Cohen, 1820
NE 198th Ter.. North Miami
Beach, according to an announce-
ment made by Raquel (Mrs.
Michael) Scheck, fund-raising vice
president. The event will take
place Wednesday at 10:30 a.m.
The schedule includes a cookie
sale under the chairmanship of
Judy (Mrs. Morton> Zemel and Al-
vina (Mrs. Lee) Duffner Monday,
Oct. 22; a book sale during the
month of November with Marsha
(Mrs. Murray) Kane as chairman;
B jewelry boutique and brunch at
(he home of Mrs. William Wolo-
witz, 20110 NE 21st Ct Nov. 22.
with Marilyn (Mrs. Robert) Shu-
pack as chairman, and the sale of
Chanukah candles under the su-
pervision of Sylvia (Mrs. Irving)
Cirulnlck and Lois (Mrs. William)
Koppel.
The major fund-raising event of
the year, however, will be the Feb.
21 luncheon and fashion show at
the Eden Roc Hotel with Joanna
(Mrs. Don) Solomon as chairman.
Also scheduled to begin in Febru-
ary is the Passover candy sale un-
der the cochairmanship of Mrs.
Zemel and Mrs. Duffner.
Mrs. Scheck, a native of Cuba,
has been active at The Hillel since
its inception, setting up its library
and acting as librarian. Her sons,
Jeffrey and Martin, are enrolled
at the school and she served last
year as financial secretary and
treasurer of its PTA.
Free Loan Eleetion
The Greater Miami Hebrew Free
Loan Association will hold nomi-
nations and eleetion of officers
and directors at its Sunday eve-
ning meeting to be held at. Fi-
nancial Federal. 755 Washington
Ave.
Mati Ronen, 37, director of Man-
power for Israel's Transport
Ministry, has been appointed a
special emissary to the Israel
Aliyah Center and the Ameri-
can Zionist Federation. It will i
be his special task to make;
contact with America's Se-i
phardic Jews, who have thus fai \
played a minimal role in na-1
tional Jewish and Zionist affairs
and to organize them as an
autonomous group working in
conjunction with the World Se-
phardic Federation and the
AZF.
Mapam Youth Threaten
Action Against JDL
Continued from Page 1-A
abroad for a counter-terrorist
war against Arabs.
No charges have been filed
against Kahune, who was held
In Klshon l.e/i.ni jail until a
Tel Aviv judge set- ball. He
emerged from jail unshaven but
. smiling. and told reporters that
he would appeal the ban to trav-
el abroad which he claimed was
political. He advocates a coun-
ter-terrorist war against Arabs
abroad.
Also released on $5,000 bail
each, were Yosef Schneider, sec-
re,ary of the JDL in Jerusalem,
and Shlomo Tidhar, a member
of the Betar group. The pass-
ports of both were confiscicalcd
and Tidhar was ordered to re-
l>ort to the police daily.
Police have arrested another
suspect in the arms smuggling
o|H'ration, He is Vladimir Sil-
berlest, 24, a recent emigre from
the Soviet Union who is study-
ing at the Hebrew University,


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vJewisti Meridian
Friday, October 13

m\
This Week In History...
40 Years Aro This Week: 193?
"Do not buy from Jews!"
shouted 30,000 merchants and ar-
tisans under Nau incitement in
Vienna.
Moses Sutch, Jewish furrier
manacled in solitary in Harbin,
Manchuria, for 30 months for al-
legedly leading an anti-Monarchist
pogrom, was acquitted by the High
Court.
Moscow's High Court ruled cir-
cumcision not criminal per se.
Rumania's oldest Jewish worn
an, Miriam Schweitzer, died ai
116.
Latvia agreed to recognize Yid-
dish and Hebrew as national Jew
ish languages and allow their us<
in Jewish schools.
"VIENNA Fifteen Jewish
students were injured, four seri-
ousl/. in Nazi attacks (Oct. 17)
at the U. of Vienna and the Poly
Miami Beach Mayor Chuck Hall (center) proclaimed this
week Miami Beach Hebrew Home for the Aged Week to
mark the home's celebration of its 13th anniversary and
Bar Mitzvah year. Accepting the proclamation are Sidney
Siegel, (left; executive vice president of the home, and
Leonard Zilbert. president.
No. Miami Beach Plans largest Evening
Veterans Dav Parade In Southeast
The city of North Miami Rr-ae'-
is preparing one of the largest
verting Veterans Day Parade-; ir
the Southeast in honor of tho^c
who have served our country.
Irttm a"d bug'* corns lncbrl'g
"-e F'o-;'!';\:is, Flashettes and thr
Silho'ietti s,
Th corps of Mitral Mi'itary
'nt-mv CVdets wil1 ^ass in r>-
--o-v -\t- v-j i (tip cadets of t*>f
echnic Institute. The Jewish stu-
dents were beaten and stabbed
>.ith knives. A number sustained
broken skulls and arms; others
had their eyes gouged out."
Jewish homes and shops were
wrecked in Raoaia, Hungary, near
iJelz, while police took two hours
,o arrive.
Moscow authorities decided not
to confiscate the Central Synago-
gue after all and turn it into a
cinema.
"BERLIN With the approach
of the Reichstag elections next
month, the Hitler campaign
against the Jews is daily assuming
a more vigorous form both in the-
ory and practice. Efforts are be-
ing made to attract the masses
to the Nazis through their cam-
paign of boycott against the
Jews."
"It is important that an effort
be made to interest the youth in
jucsiions and problems affecting
the Jews," wrote Albert Einstein
.n JTA's Jewish Current Events.
Dr. Manfred Reifer, a Rumanian
Jeputy, said the government's pol-
icy doomed Jewisn scnoois.
Mitchell Levinsohn, a Ph.D. in
classics, was believed to be Yale
College's first Jewish instructor.
10 Years Ago This Week: 192
Look magazine said most of the
world's Nazis were in Argentina
and were there "to stay." foreign
Minister Dr. Carlos M. Muniz as-
sured B'nai B'rith president Label
A. Katz that the government "will
not tolerate any racial oi religious
discriminations."
British Fascist leader Colin Jor-
dan and three aides got 9, 6, 3
I years and 3 months for public dis-
| oilier.
Fourteen ex-SS officers went on
trial in Coblenz charged with the
! murder of at least 30.356 German !
! and Russian Jews in 1941-44.
Israel am; the Arabs rejected j
in advance UN envov Dr. Joseph ;
1 '^'-nson's new plun for refugee
return.
k sprit, progressive Catholic
fournal in Paris, said "there is a
general feelin" of anxiety concern-'
in New York City's Board of Edu-
i cation banned texts ignoring or
minimizing minorities.
Lecture Series 'Bonus Treat'
As a bonus treat for subscribers |
to the Greenfield Lecture Series,
poet Judith Viorst will present an
afternoon of readings and com-
ments at 3 p.m. Sunday in Kap-
lan Hall of Temple Israel of
Greater Miami, 137 NE 19th St.
Her husband, Washington column-
ist Milton Viorst, is speaking in
the morning as a regular part of
the series.
Ever since Mrs. Viorst broke
into print with her tart yet
homey verse, she has developed
a following that continues to grow,
particularly with exposure on lead-
ing television shows where the
kird of person who could write
""'a Hard To Be Hip Ov-,.
and Other Tragedies 0f7b
ned Life" comes through Kk,
her admirers- believed. W '
Airs. Viorst 3 latest book J
Marriage," will be the theJ?
her program Sunday afterr
Tickets^ will be available to
subscribe is.
Judge Koo Guest Speaker
The Ladles Auxiliary of gJ
Gershwin Lodge will hold a seJ
eral meeting at S p.m. Mun^,J
the Surf side Community f>il
9101 Collins Ave. Judge Do*.]
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*Jewisti fhrfcffaun
Paqe 13-A
ISRAEL ?
WHAT DO YOU
KNOW ABOUT
A forty week quiz, marking the 25th anniversary
celebration ol the birth of Israel, has been pre-
pared for this and other member papers of the
American Jewish Press Association by the Depart-
ment of Education and Culture of the American
Section of the World Zionist Organization.
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4.
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10.
What arc the colors of the flap of Israel?
Under what arrangement did Groat Britain rule
Palestine?
Who was the "father of modern Zionism?"
Where is the Tomb of David located?
What was the "Bilu" movement?
What does "Kibush hashmamah" mean?
Who was the first president of Israel?
Of Israel's total population of 3 million, how many
are Jews?
Which Israeli products are the greatest source of
(export) income for Israel?
,.. What is Zahal?
Answers to the above questions will be found upside down
below. Eight rlRht answers will Indicate a good knowledge of
hraeL Six question* answered correctly is passing. Check the
answers to see how well you scored.
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At JNF Meeting
Is Leo Mindlin
I eo Mindlin, M'afl Hernl i col-'
it!*nni*t Hid forntwly e-tttor of
r-- .!. m j-;l, I-"' ",'-n ;"
rinMnal Bker at the first Ron-'
oral .Tow!-ii National Fund meet-
ing to be hr-ld at 8 p.m. \yrrlnrs-
day. at the Fontainobleau Hotel.
Entertainment will be provided
by the versatile tonor, Lee Barry
and his accordion.
Jay Dormer. JNF nre! tent, an-
nounces that Gov. Reubin Askew
will be the guest of honor at Its
annual l^nnnni to be n^H r)rc. 10
at the Fontaineblcau Hotel.
ATTENTION SIIISC KflHKIlS
Policy Change
(Effective January 1, 1972)
Due to increas9d costs of labor, postage, mailing
equipment and handling, thare can no longer be any
transfer of subscriptions or refund for unused period'
Papers will be forwarded to a northern address and
then redirected back to Miami once each year at no
extra charge. Subscribers who wish to discontinue the
paper while they are away may do so, but there will
be no credit given for such discontinuance.
The Publisher
Stanley Gewirtz Pan Am's
New Public Affairs V-P
I Stanley Gewirtz has been elect-
Vice President Public Affairs
ly the board of directors of Pan
STANLEY GEWIRTZ
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an announcement made by
[William T. Scawell, chairman.
Gewirtz, an attorney, pre-
served as vice president of
11 ion for Western Air
I where he was responsible
>eminent affairs, public re-
labor relations and per-
He has also served as a
resident of National Airlines
the Air Transport Association
lierica.
Mr. Gewirtz was in private law
In Washington, gpeeiaUz-
federal and state regulatory
rs before beeominK execu-
tant to the chairman of
the Civil Aeronautics Board. Ho
has served as a consultant to the
Secretary of Transportation, the
Federal Aviation Administrator,
the Administrator of NASA, and
as special consultant to the United
States Senate Preparedness Sub-
committee of the Armed Services
Committee.
In 1961, Mr. Gewirtz was vice
chairman of the President -
Force on National Aviation Goals!
(Project Horizon".
Mr. Gewirtz has been a lecturer
at the Harvard Busines
and at the Lav -; :hool of the Uni-
versity of '.'.".tii. During World
War II, hi an officer in
the Air Transport Command of thi
Arms Air Corps.
A member of the national execu-
tive board of the American Jew-
ish Committee and ol the admin-
btrativi board of the Hebrew
Union Coll he has been a di-
rector of the Interracial Council
lor Business Opportunity, a mem-
ber of the Los Angeles Board of
Education^ Advisory Committee
for Equal Educational Opportunity
and the Los Angeles Reiss-Davis
Child Guidance C Inic.
Films Open Frielav
New films opening Friday at lo-
cal Wometco Theatres include
"Slaughterhouse-Five" at the Pat-
io and Byron, anil "The Thins
with Two Heads" at the 27th and
North Dad" Drive-ins. Praying at
the S'tnset is "The Sorrow and
the Pity.'' a documentary about
France under the German occupa-
tion, and among holdovers are
"Cabaret" at the Miracle ami Car-
lyle, and 'Exodus" at the Park-
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Page 14-A
fJetfisii Fhridt/ftin
Friday. October 13
As We Were Saying By ROBERT SEGAl
Thunder From The Olympics
AMONG THK most poignant pictures out of the
recent catastrophe at Munich was that of
Owens weeping as only a heartsick human
can weep, during the mem
service for the Israeli athletes
hostages to Arab terrorism.
.1 sse Owens, the undisputed hero
of the distasteful Berlin Olynv
of I93f> and a man of fine char-
acter then and Since, must earn-
in his sou! a true understanding of
the sham an 1 the shame of the
Olympic Games. The hypocrisy at-
tending the spectacles, the brutal politics played
out over them, the dark thread of racism and big-
otry ninning through them are all drilled into the
great Negro athlete who was snubbed by Hitler
after the Owens triumph on the swastika-scarred
playing fields of Munich 36 years ago.
Those who may need a refresher course on the
nature of insults Jesse Owens faced and the degree
of deception practiced not only by Nazi leaders try-
ing t.. pretty up the low Berlin Olympics but also
practiced bj the two powerful Americans who fa-
vored U.S. participation in that scandal should read
'The Nazi Olympics" by Richai I D. Mandell, pu t-
ushed In 1971 by McMillan.
Recorded faithfully in Mandclis recreation of
the eh r ol ihe unending shame of those days
are the part- played by Averj Brun la ;.-. a rtive then
and active now in top Olympic circles, and by (Jen.
Charles M. Sh< rrill, a member of both the American
and International Committees in the sears that
Hitler used the games to give his demoniac and
brutal cause a polish of recognition.
Avery Bundago. in announcing. even before
the Israeli martyrs' remains could be collected,
that the Olympics would be continued, used only
-'7 words to express what grief he could muster the
day alter the Arab terrorists struck. He used many
more words in October, 19;;, when he spoke at
German Da) Exercises in Madison Square Garden,
l< lling America why it had an obligation to take
in Hitler's spectacle and expounding on the
thai the U.S. had much to learn from Nazi
nan}'. Brundage's companion in fighting the
: ible and wholesome movement to boycott
t!-.i \az: Olympics was Gen. Sherrill,
On. Sherrill couldn't understand what the
boycott call by Judge Jeremiah T. Mahoney was
all about. After all, said Sherrill, the Jews ha 1
produced B prominent Jewish athlete through-
out history. (The prowess of David with slingshot
must have escaped him). "As for obstacles placed
in the way of Jewish athletes or any others in try-
ing to reach Olympic ability. I would have no more
busini SS discussing that in Germany than if Ihe
G rmans attempted to discuss the Negro situation
in the American South or the treatment of the
Japanese in California." Gen. Sherrill said.
If boycott li aders pursue their mad, anti-
athletic course, he added, those American Jen's
\ould ix proved right who themselves opposed the
boycott and feared that it would be overplaying
the Jewish hand in America as it was o> rplayed
in < !ei manj.
Later, addressing the Italian Chamber ol
Commerce of New York. Gew. Sherrill pr I
Mii -olii.i as "a man of courage in a world of pussy-
's" and continued: "I wish to God he'd come
ov r here and have a chance to do that same thing "
Those who hold in their hands the reins ol
i m had belter think long and hard now
about the Olympic potential for promoting human
understanding. Then they might i^o on to think
who and what should really be barred from the
sweet smell of Olympic grandeur. And beyond that
they should join with the remaining forces of civili-
zation in tiie inevitable determination to bar ter-
rorists and nations harboring terrorists from the
commerce and interplay of nations.

VIEWPOINT
By Ben Frank
Tourism In Reverse
JMlon.ll MANY ISRAJSLI8 speak English, the sign,
"Se Habla Hebrew" may someday soon appear in
fancy boutiques and large department stores in America,
for just about one per cent of the Israeli population visits
the Unll d States y arly.
In 1971, there were L'7.PSt; Israelis who came to the
United States on a visit. That figure was more than
Austria's 14.656; Belgium's 24.292; Denmark's 19.692;
Gree 's 22 249; Spain's 27,392 and Hong Kon fa l'0.219.
It an interview with Miss Gloria Zukerman. co-
ordinator ol the Visii f.s.A. Program of El Al Israel
Airlines, one learns ol the many reasons for Israelis
visiting here.
Many Israelis have strong family ties in the United
States. Many come for business, to attend a business-
seminar or professional convention. Others make the
journey to study or to enhance their status in their
profession.
in general, foreign travelers prefer New York. San
Francisso, Washington, Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami.
1 ..- Vegas, Niagra Fails, New Orleans and Boston in
that order. But with Israelis, Niagra Falls would rank
very high. They also like to visit Canadian cities, a- well
as Dallas and the Grand Canyon, according to polls.
Israeli travel agents also are brought to the United
States on programs designed to familiarize them with
some o| the facilities and services which the U.S. can
offer the foreign visitor. In addition, seminars are held
in Israel for the travel industry. The seminars are con-
ducted by El Al's Yirit U.S.A. Department.
It is now no longer strange for Israeli newspapers
to carry pictures ol New York Mayor John V, Lindsay
or ("hi ago Mayor Richard J. Daley greeting Israeli dele-
gations. Now that's tourism in reverse!
(Copyright I97J, JewlKli Telegraphic Agent-} i
Befween You and Me:
By BORIS SMOLAR
Months Of Rejoicing
AMERICAN .IIAYRY has now entered into the
largest celebration in its history the celebra-
tion of Israels 25th anniversary which will be
observed in this country for a period of more than
seven months. Th.' ceremonies
started the week ol Sept. 26 in
75 cities with the lighting of
Torches ol Independence broil ;ht
from Israel. They will culminate
with Street parades on Bracl In-
dependence Day, next May.
This celebration will be marked
by festivals, concerts, banquets,
and other events in which not onlv
Jews I'Ut also non-Jews will participate. Governors,
mayors, senators, clergymen and outstanding lav-
leaders from 'he Christian community will appear
in each city at celebration functions to emphasize
their Interest in Israel. Films on Israel will be
shown in churches. Special lectures on Israel will
be delivered in colleges and universities. Special
programs will also be introduced in public schools
ami ii! high schools.
Something unique will take place during the
celebrations; many of the large American news-
papers will come out with special supplements
marking Israel's 25th anniversary. Among them
will be tiie New York Times, the Boston Globe, the
Chicago Tribune, the Los Angeles Times, the Phila-
delphia Inquirer and other influential publications.
The National Geographic Magazine a widely
oui most respected monthly will devote its
Dec n ib r ssue to Israel. Three teams ol American
editors and columnists of daib newspapers, tele-
vision and radio i rnmentators will go to l
during the celebration period to report on the coun-
try as it marks its 25th anniversary.
The anniversary celebration will thus serve to
strengthen the ties not only between Israel and
American Jewry but also with a large part of the
American population in general.
(>. IS72, .iiwisi, Telagraphlc Agency)
Israel Newsletter BvCorl A|per1
Manners and Etiquette]
And TV On Shabbat
AR|: ISI!AIl,s RKAUv
mannered as soi te peopl say? l
is not in Jewish tradition forth :
- -pith Instructions ,
tiers and etiquett,
I t;oi to his follow
!.JhTis"bvl
e about api ,
need I i make an
attitude wo-
grown out the
' movement whl h
bourgeois capitalism, but also bout
formalities of speech. Hence th
donment oi the necktie by the lead
movement. Among th. n the open c ,
a class uniform.
The pione rs wanted t, creal.....
man. am: hen,-., rejected even the ext ,
youth do not often -ay "pleas*"
they worrt wait their turn patll I I
They will say ivhat they think, witho
Indeed, it could well be thai thi
tribute may. bo a major reason for the
road accidents. Drivers push ahead wit
consideration whatever for the other di
Manners are frequently a reflectl
i -. r. The story is told of a fa th th
Israeli Embassy in London, which remained .
land for s,,nie years Gradually the children
into use of the English language, Al
table, if they spoke Knclish they would -n
would you please pass the butter." Bui if the;
lasped into H( brew they would nay in tl
Hey, I:ii,i, give me th<> butter won't you''
In the daily newspaper "Haaretz
conducts an interesting (tiquette column in which
-hi' answers readers' inquiries. Mam
tions deal with routine matters of po
goes first int.. a re-taurant? When do one ad-
dress people by their first name" How
ding is proper for a second marriage? Wl
one seat guests?
But tin re are also questions which
to Israel, or the '> ': .-!i p "ople: I'm
parent- is about to bo Bar Mitzvah i i
iints has remarried. There is a
each -idi. ol \> horn Ihe boy Is fon I Wl
a. on the l".... Mitzvah invital
A iswers 1 la-ma: We Cordial 1} inviti
Bai Mitzvah of.....>n .... >tc Si "
ents ami the grandmothers without n
Dear Hanna: I am a religioi servant
woman. One of my very nice neighb Invited
me to a party, but I am doubtful i h kashruth
Ol her home. What should I do'.' If 1 d in'l touch Ihe
refreshments, she may be Insulted. Should I turn
down the invitation?
Hanna: Go to the party, Limit lur refresh-
ment intake to fruit, or whatcvei yo : nitted.
Trust your neighbor to understand.
Hanna Bavli has also been condu tins a cam-
paign against the plague of gift-giving which"
driving many Israelis to the verge ol bankruptcy-
At present there is an epidemic of ft-giving on
every possible occasion. And the giving ol I
invites ihe return of a gift.
Stop it. command- Hanna. Let's
vicious circle. This is not politeness;
l "ear, Hanna: In our building is an
orthodox couple who love to watch '
on Friday night. They turn on the sel
bat. watch all evening and th n h
one in the building to turn it off for
thej install an automatic "Sha ""' ''
Reply: Ol course they should, bul
thing to do is to be a good neighbor and to I"'1!1
'hi:n.
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Ljcy. October 13. 1972
^JewlsHhridiar.
Paqe 1&-A
aAL
sop
uliiiued From Page 4-A
, this year's election. The
Li ,ruth is that racial feel-
L,s are a deep taproot of the
lowing disaffection with the
emocrats that you And every-
u, re, and especially among
Ity-dwelling "ethnics."
i | ethnicf" are mostly
| s, mostly pretty conser-
Etive :" general outlook and
Iostl> strong it riots who
Sink this country has been good
them. The New Left's flag
liirnincs. sexual and other types
permissiveness and general re-
lation of "Amerlka" are power-
Lily antipathetic to the average
tonic."
I OVERALL, too, these Italian-
Imericans and Slavic-Ameri-
tns rather understandably feel
j ., been snubbed, looked
tan it)xm and disregarded by
[ left-wing Democratic Intel-
tuak Yel i ho left-wing Intel-
:.i\ e dominated Demo-
y n ii lonal policymaking
death oi Presidenl
i !. Kennedy. Hence the
I disaffection obviously
roots, Racial feel-
noi the only trouble.
in -. furthermore,
,in approximate de-
the trouble's real
I rhere is too much Ben-
in this counfi j. God
i iv. and I '."il forgives us. Rut
quote admirable Paul Wieck
the most recent issue of the
i public, the real issue,
ming issue, is "crime
I m the streets dials i and
I in the schools."
In-- VOl" GO out into the ur-
\n highways and byways to
tn "ethnic" voters, you
ml they blame young blacks for
undue proportion of the crime
hat has so enraged them. They
lit her blame the drug addic-
|-n thai is so tragically common
ick urban ghettos. They
hmk I:-..- Democrats have been
-mi all this, too.
Jin these matters, it should lie
\ ie "ethnics" are echoed
numbers of blacks. II
irimt in the streets and in
Ie schools" could be sharply re-
liced tomorrow, by no matter
dm drastic measures, the over-
Jlielmini; majority of black peo-
would ix> cheering louder
han anyone else.
THAT is only natural, for the
pen and women of this over-
rhelmini; majority of blacks
|l*ne all want to work hard a I
pceni jobs and to raise their
hililivn to do likewise. And as
ivuiii ,-an see, they are the
Josi frequent victims of the pre-
|alencr of crime in our cities.
Vi-t facts have to be faced in
plitics; and the facts have
pachetl a stage that seems all
fit Incredible by the standards
V the past. Recently, for in-
{ance, a secret Republican poll
New York City showed that
pi- angry "ethnics" would give
President a majority, not
[at in barometric Queens, but
M'ti in Brooklyn and the Bronx.
I8INC-E Hubert Humphrey
Irried Brooklyn two-to-one
ply four years ago, the Repub-
p*',n iM,|l seeemed Impossible to
''''I- But the New Republic
Wly has the same bias as the
pmniiitee for the Reelection
the President. And Paul
Pp<'l< above-mentioned, now
Ms that Sen. George McGov-
ls lighting to carry (Brook-
1 by any margin," nnd may
hi lose there,
I" "Urn. if Democratic liberal-
[ is to have much future, the
?!lls Will have to stop think-
J"f law and order" as code
its for racism. Maybe, too,
ittested liberals can do the
things that may have to
"in- ,
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newish Floridian
i r':orida Friday. October 13. 1972
Section B
TO COMBAT HIJACKING
Private Industry, Unions Urged
o Supplement Government Effort
NEW YORK (JTA) An of-
|fi:ial of the American Jewish
I Congress has called on private
industry, trade unions and pro-
Ifcssional -groups to supplement
[governmental efforts to combat
hijackings and other
[forms of international terror-
li-n: by parallel actions of their
lawn.
In rra!:!ng the proposal. How-
I : Squadron, chairman of
ingress' National Gov-
lerning Council, warned that the
>"!d not be solved "by
conventional inter-governmental
structures alone."
Mr. Squadron made his re-
lanaik- at the first .neet.ng of
150-memtwr governing body
the AJConeress, which was
elected last May. He praised
U.S. government action to stop
terrorism but declared: "Con-
siderations of politics and pro-
tocol make it highly unlikely
that the United Nat:ons or any
of its agencies or other broad
infr-govcrrmonta! organizations
will be able to take effective col-
lective action.
"If practical and concrete con-
trols of terrorism are to be put
into effect they will have to be
devised and carried out in large
part by the private sector of
each country where these (ter-
rorist) operations now menace
public safety including the U.S.
and most of Western Europe."
he declared.
Mr. Squadron specifically call-
By ADL Special Study
ed for the "immediate considera-
tion of parallel action by pri-
vate groups including with-
drawal by the business commu-
nity of investment in and re-
fusal to do business with coun-
tries that aid or harbor terror-
ists."
He also suggested the "refusal
by unions involved in interna-
tional shipping and internation-
al mail to handle deliveries to
and from such countries, and
refusal by professional groups
to accept assignments in or work
on projects for countries that
give a green light to interna-
tional murderers."
The AJCongress welcomes the
emphasis on countering terror-
ism by the U.S. Congress and
applauds Secretary of State
William P. Rogers for "placing
this issue squarely before the
United Nations," he said.
Arab Extremism Said
Basic Moslem Trait
By Special Report
NEW YORK, N.Y. Arab
ixtremism is not limited to ter-
rist groups but is "a basic trait"
A:ah political behavior and "a
ijor tool" of most Arab leaders,
Iccovding to Seymour Graubard,
National chairman of the Anti-
P< ition League of B'nai B'rith.
I' ribing the atrocities at Mu-
i ch and Israel's Lod Airport as
neither "isolated nor sur-
ri-ii.j | h.iriomena." a report this
pei ays they are "part of an
I history and tradition of ex-
I n and violence which has
ontributed the word 'assassin' to
| itional lexicons."
report prepared under the
| on of Arnold Forster, ADL's
I I counsel, further declares
lhai Arab hatred of the Jews is
foot. .1 in the Koran, the Islamic
Boh' Book,
;oea on to say that "Arab
Ixtn ists do not seek merely to
i ate Israel; they want to de-
stroy work! Jewry whi?h stands
i Israel. It will be tragic if
iws and the rest of the world
i to believe that Arab
- are a tiny minority in
ine Arab world and that they do
not reflect the real feelings of
|hc Arab masses."
(ailing Arab extremism "a ma-
I arrier" to an accommodation
I een Arabs and Israelis, the
report -ays that "many Western-
- st:il misunderstand" the real
ailing of the extremism and
to condone it.
The ADL asserts that "even if
|niany or most of the root
Causes of Arab extremism are alle-
u.ad. there is no reason t> be-
lieve that Arab leaders will be-
come moderate and reasonable."
Declaring that Arab leaders
elves exhort the Arab peo-
ple to prepare for another war
igainsl Israel, the ADL discounts
''aims that these "demogogues on
fho platform are reasonable and
pompromising in private."
l wrtualry," the report says,
I'thoy fee) they have to act on
lli'ir words." It cites the events
leaclitiL' to the Six-Day War as "a
Perfect example of how Nasser
'* trapped by his own extremist
*s'tion and could not back down
without loss of face and perhaps
of position as well."
Noting that Arab extremism has
spawned increasing violence in the
name of "rights," "justice" or even
"peace," the report states that
political life in the Arab states
IttS been characterized by assassi-
nations, revolutions, and plots
against fellow Arabs. It further
notes that while Palestinian ter-
ror groups "have not recoiled from
blowing up a civilian airliner in
mid-flight, from killing innocent
children in their school bus, from
placing bembs in supermarkets, or
shooting indiscriminately at civil-
ians, most of the casualties, curi-
ously enough, have been Arabs and
not Israelis. In Gaza, for example,
almost 1,000 Arabs have been
killed or injured in recent years,
the majority by fellow Arabs."
To compensate for the weak-
ness of the Arab states, Arab Ide-
ologists have created a notion that
the 14th century of Islam, roughiy
between 1883 and 1980, was to be
the Arab century of glory. In de-
veloping this concept, Arab think-
ers have emphasized what thev
call "the glorious past," As Arab
leaders re-^nare the dismal pres-
ent of their countries with the
glorious pa-t, they tend to blame
their current situation on "foreign
enemies."
Mount Sinai Medical Center's executive vice president Sam-
uel Gertner (right), introduced Dr. Manuel M. Glazier, na-
tional secretary of the American Physicians Fellowship
for the Israel Medical Association, at a recent cocktail party
for 50 doctors and their wives which marked the revitaliza-
tion of APF in Miami. Object of the 7,600-member organiza-
tion is to assist Israeli physicians on economic, social and
professional improvements. Mr. Gertner is the first non-
physician elected to the APF board of trustees.
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Rabbi Victor Solomon, chap-
lain in the U.S. Air Force in the
Far East from 1968 to 1972, has
been appointed director of
Field Operations of the Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Board
(JWB) Commission on Jewish 1
Chaplaincy, according to Rabbi ]
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+Jmisti fkridnan
Friday, October 13, 1972
Bond-With-Israel Luncheon Maimonides Opposed Astrology
To Honor Lillian Goodman i In Letter To Marseilles Jews
More than 2.000 women are ex-
pei'W to Hadassah's Bond-with-Israel
h*r. Kadtmah: Mrs. Henrietta Kino.
Kmma l-uzi.ru*: .\lr>. Diinlol Uftiu.
Lincoln: Mrs. Nat Ta.-Oolda Men-:
Mr*. Philip liouir. Morton Towers;
Mrs. Molly Up.-ky. Katanya; Mm.
Anno S.hlff anil .Mrs. Ray Krnniwh.
Plaxa S(H>; .Mrs. Saul Hree<-h and .Mrs.
Leonard Morrison. Konanah: Mrs.
Samuel Uirnbaum. Royal Maccsbaaa;
Mr*. Barnoit Baron. Hanna Seneach;
Mrs. l<.uis Stone. Shaloma; Mr.-. Shir-
ley Kaine. SouthKiite: Mrs. Hannah
Friedman. Henrietta SSoM; Mrs. Al-
fred Crenln. Treasure House. Mrs.
Morris Wlnawer. Triton Towers; .Mrs
l*o Podden. 8ophl Tucker; Mrs
Gertrude Konna. Stephen 8. Wist, and
Mrs IrvniK Kwelf, Maim Yassky.
mil AH GOODMAN
L;ii:eheon Thursday, Oct 19. at
noon at the Fontainebleau Hotel
Miss Lillian Goodman, the first
p .-I lent to Inaugurate the an-
nual Hadas*ah Bond-with-Israe)
i .. ]! 10 years ago. will receive
I-;.i I's Woman of Valor Award in
ce 'monies' ma-king the country's
25th anniversary.
Mrs. Jan P-e-ee. N'atiora) Wom-
en's DivWon chairman or the State
o1" I-rael Bo~ds. and wife of the
i; -is opera singer, will be guest
.- aker.
S n ins on the planning com-
r are M-;. Philip Thau, Is-
rael Bond chairman; Mrs. Bman-
u> 1 M"it? and Mrs. Samuel Si-
monhoff. vice chairmen.
H.-olassah presidents "f L'T (munii
of more than B,<..... nv ml*, rs include
Mrs. jooeph Beheld, Bay Harhor: Mrs
David Relnwald, l.onln T> Brandeix;
Mrs David Often, Kildie Cantor; Mrs
Jui > Laaaant, Port* Towera: Miss
Lillian Goodman, l. K Goodman; Mrs
Morria Herman, Hatlkvah: Mrs Ben-
jamin Zelgmund, Hersl; Mrs Ijisaro
ft.....nilek, Inter-American; Mr-. Ba-
ther Meyer, Israeli; Mrs. l.ouis Nel.--
Junior Auxiliary
Features Music
At Gathering
The Junior Auxiliary of the Jew-
ish Home for the Aged has sched-
uled a membership meeting Tues-
day noon at the Home. 151 NE
fi2nd St.
The afternoon will highlight mu-
sic with a program by singer Sear-
pella and E!ie Ziegler accom-
panied by H. "y De Witt.
Mrs. Morris Ratner is serving
as chairman of the day: Miss Rena
Stein is auxiliary president.
Miromar Handicap Saturday
The Slo 000 added Miramar Han-
lieao. a dash for all ages, heads
the Saturday program at Older
Race Course. In all there will be
:0 ra'e on the Saturday program
which gets underway at 1:15 p.m.
In addition to the Miramar Han-
dicap supporting allowance races
include two sprints, one a prep
for the coming two-year-old fea-
ture the SIO.OOO adied Golden
Beach Stakes, the other for three-
and four-year-olds; the allowance
triple is completed with a one and
one-sixteenth mile journey for
three-year-olds and older over the
turf.
At a time when belief in astrol-
1 apjy was irresistible and wide-
j spread, Maimonides 11135-1204)
sought to 'eradicate it root,
branch and all." according to Dr.
Leon D. Stitskin. professor of
' Jewish philosophy at Yeshiva Uni-
versity.
Dr. Stitskin develops this view
! in his commentary and translation
of a letter to the Jews of Mar-
1 seilles in 1194, translated for the
first time in Knglish and pre-
\ sented in the current issue of j
Tradition, a journal of Jewish
thought,
"Moses Maimonides was one of
the very few outstanding Jewish
scholars who resisted the belief in
the hypnotic witchery of astrology
which was so generally widespread
during the middle ages." Dr. Stit-
, skin writes. "In fact, the daring!
Biblical interpreter. Abraham ibn
Ezra, yielded to this hypnotic lure
1 and became its foremost ex-
pounder. In communication with
' authentic intellectuals he dared to
aiticulate an unbending rational-
ism in Halakhah (Jewish law
Troupe Seeks Actors
Tropic Players, one of South
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is seeking actors and actresses in
the 25- to 45-year-old age range.
according to Burton Parker. 2800
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| may be reached for further de-
' tails after 4:30 p.m.
and philosophy which he applied
\.ilh equal vigor to this pseudo-
science."
According to Dr. Stitskin. Mai-
monides arrived at his belief after
having studied every extant as- ,
trological treatise. He felt thatI
"the subject of astrology was not |
science at all but an irrational j
illusion adhered to by simpletons .
who believe anything, or by jieople :
who wish to deceive others."
On the ethical level, he added.
if the fate of man depended on j
the constellations and everything
was preordained, "then the for- :
mutation of the precepts of the
Torah was superfluous and ob-
servance of the Commandments
unnecessary."
Maimonides' greatest obiectiM
was on the basis oi halakhah t3
him, belief in the rseudo-sci,
was tantamount u a belief"
idolatry.
In the face of several utt-ran
by the rabbis who implied a be,
in the potency of the stars at
person's birth, Maimoruda
clared that "it is forbidde- to
r.n 'observer of :
whoever is imiuenced in H
tions by astrology and arra
his work or journeys to take p
at the time fixed by astnlo
is punished with stripes 'fogging
as it is said, 'ye shall not
times' (Leviticus 19;:>6, H
Avodat Kochavim. 11:9).
-il
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Sisterhood Meeting
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Friday. October 13, 1972
+Jewisli fk>rid/an
Joseph P. Brady Tribute
Dinner Scheduled Nov. 21
Page 3-B
Some "5 labor and management
, .',,.,. livened last week at the
a,,,, ies Hotel to make plans
Joseph Patrick Brady
,il. Dinner set fot-Nov. 21 a I
de Dea.iville HQtel.
\h Brady, business manager of
|lie Vr. layers, Masons and Plas-
l.^is ion Loral 7. will receive
lie Shi- i of Israel Award for his
Ipntribiitions to labor and his in-
|(,,,.,, [sraed Bonds to strength-
L ,hc untiy'l economy and to
t,,,,ii, hs for the increasing
[umbel I immigrants.
I'm always interested in people
ho work to become independent
lather nan live off free subsi-
lj,.s." id the Irish labor leader
Ihn hi worked as a bricklayer
(|l of : adult life.
Mr. Brady was born in East St.
Louis, and raised in Savannah.
;,, ; boyhood friend from
,.-!. Joe K. Henry, president
Building Trades Council,
e as a eochairman for
the dinner event. The
chairman for labor is
.apian, a counselor and
yer in the field of labor
avnnn
If the
IIIl >
jlllnr I
It her
loseph
Hal li
_>I;11 i '
Ral DeMeo, president of the
ADH Construction Co.. is chair-
man for management, and Tibor
Hollo, president of the Florida
Last Coast Propel lies. Inc., is
t reasurer.
Mr. Hollo will discuss plans for
the dinner event with his friends
and"IKisft/ess as-soHtrU'S-Thtirsdity.
Oct. 1!. at 12:30 p.m. at the Tom
Jones Restaurant.
Guest si>eaker at the luncheon
at the Everglades Hotel was Harry
Galafant. a labor consultant and
labor arbitrator from Philadelphia.
In exploring the humanitarianism
aspects of Israel's open door policy.
he stressed that "this country
stands as a bastion of democracy
in the Middle Kast." and he de-
sci ibed how the labor movement
of Palestine served as a function-
ing government, "supplying the
labor leaders to the new nation."
Among those participating were
Metro Comissioner Ed Stephenson,
president of the Dade County Fed-
eration of Labor; Morris Sipser.
national campaign director for the
State of Israel Bonds: Abraham
Keller, national comptroller for
State of Israel Bonds; and Milton
M Parson, director for the Greater
Miami State of Israel Bonds.
Plans for the Nov. 21 Joseph Patrick Brady
Tribute Dinner at the Deauville Hotel were
discussed during a recent luncheon at the
Everglades Hotel. Among the key people
attending the luncheon were (from left to
right) Tibor Hollo, treasurer of the dinner;
Joe E. Henry, a eochairman for labor; labor
a;tcrney Harry GalafanV who was the guest
speaker; Joseph Brady, business manager
of the Bricklayers, Masons and Plasterers
Union Local 7; Joseph Kaplan, a labor attor-
ney and eochairman for labor, and Ralph
DeMeo, president of the A.D.H. Construction
Co., chairman for management.
Aron, Ena Yuken Honorees
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.al Cuban Hebrew-Israel
1 State marking Israel's
-iversary Nov. 4 at the
bleau Hotel, Milton M.
director of the Greater
Israel Bond organization,
meed.
Yukens were born in
nd moved to Cuba after
riage, They left Cuba for
1961, The Yukens have
dren. 10 grandchildren
great-grandson,
linguists, the couple
Yiddish, Russian, Polish.
n a Mrs. Yuken was active
omen's Hebrew Associa-
bo, the Anti-Tuberculosis
e and the Women's Com-
' the Jewish Community
ken's activities in Cuba
ol serving as president of
lite Center of Cuba, vice-
of the Jewish Corn-
Center and director of
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'JDL-lsrael Situation'
To Be Discussed Sunday
Bert Zweibon, national eochair-
man of the Jewish Defease
League, will give two talks on the
"JDL-lsrael Situation" on Sunday.
At 10 a.m.. he will ap|>ear at
B'nai Raphael and at 8 p.m. he
will speak at Beth Israel Congre-
gation. Miami Beach.
Soviet Jewry Agenda
The Sisterhood of Sky Lake
Synagogue will hold a s|M-cial pro-
gram in behalf of Soviet Jewry at ,
a meeting to be held on Monday
at 9 p.m. in the synagogue. A film
entitled. "Let My People Go" will
be shown. The program is arrang-
ed by the American Jewish Con-
gress, and a commentary on the
film will follow the showing.
ARON AND ENA YUKEN
Keren Hayesod. Karen Kayemeth
: if Israel, and the Hebrew Chamber
of commerce.
In Miami the Yukens are active
members of the Cuban Hebrew'
j Community and supporters of the
| Israel Bond drive.
This is the filth annual dinner
sponsored by the Cuban Hebrew
! Community in behalf of Israel
1 Ponds.
Gordon Goes To Capital
Milton Gordon, Miami Beach
proponent of tenant security de-
posit legislation, went to Talla-
hassee last week to meet with
Anthony Ninos, director of the
! Florida Division of Hotels and
Restaurants. Mr. Gordon said he
was informed the slate will en-
force the new law on security
deposits, which became effective i
Oct. 1.
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+J**lst> ftcr/cfter?
Friday, Octobei
r 13, 1972
Beth Sholom Israel Bonds
Dinner Raises $1,800,000
Israel Bond sales reached a
record high of $1,800,000 from
members of Temple Beth Sholom
at a gala Israel Dinner of State
Sunday at the Fontainebleau
Hotel.
This is one of the largest
amounts pledged by a congrega-
tion for the purchase of Israel
Bonds at an Israel dinner of state.
More than 500 temple members
and guests attended the dinner
dance honoring Ted and Magda
Bodin. recipients of the State of
Israel Shalom Award for their
"ardent interest in helping Israel's
economy" which is strained with
the double burden of maintaining
defense and providing jobs for new
immigrants.
Rabbi Leon Kronish praised the
"devotion and empathy of the
Bodins." Hungarian refugees who
fled totalitarianism in their home-
land to come to America just as
the persecuted Russians are doing
as they immigrate to Israel. He
also cited the "inspired devotion"
of Mrs. Isadore Hecht. the first
woman to serve as a chairman of
an Israel Dinner of State in this
aiea.
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Gerson. last
year's recipients of a State of
Israel Shalom Award, lit 25
candles representing 25 years of
Israel's statehood. Honored during
the ceremony were Mrs. Isadore
Hecht, Mr. and Mrs. Jules Arkin.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Cooper. Mr.
and Mrs. Max Weitz. Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Cooper, Mr. and Mrs.
George Mildwoff, Mr. and Mrs.
David Ponve, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Feinstein. Mr. and Mrs. Moe Levin.
Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Lifter. Mr.
and Mrs. Marvin Stonberg, Mr.
and Mrs. David Miller, Mrs. Sadye
Ash, Mrs. Carrie Rosen, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Smith.
Also Mr. and Mis. Abe Kurland.
Nathan Natapow, Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Rimer, Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Zinn, Mr. and Mrs. George Shaef-
fer. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Schneid-
man, Irving Greene, and the three
'Y' Women Planning Monthly
'Escape For The Day' Tours
The first monthly "Escape for
the Day" planned by the "Y"
Women will be a bus trip to
Dania for a search through the
antique treasures to be found
there, it has Deen announced. Both
members and non-meml)ers of the
"Y" are eligible; lunch is not in-
cluded in the price of the tickets.
A limited number of seats an?
still available aboard the bus,
which will leave the Central "Y,"
8500 SW 8th St., at 9:30 a.m.
Wednesday and return at 4 pjn.
To register, call the Adult Serv-
ices Office at the "Y."
children and son-in-law of the
Hechts; Mr. and Mrs. Neal Amdur,
David and Barbara Hecht. Harold
Friedman, attorney, and Mr. Bo-
din's partner in Bodin Knits, and
William H. Allen. Jr..' senior vice
president of the First National
Bank of Miami.
Mr. Allen, representing a few
individuals and the bank, an-
nounced SI/2 million Israel Bond
purchase, making the First Na-
tional Bank of Miami the largest
single bond holder in the southern
United States.
In special presentations. Robert
Craighead. vice president of the
Jewel Tea Company of Chicago,
congratulated the Bodins for their \
"humanitarianism" and presented
them with a plaque, and Rabbi !
Kronish presented a plaque to Mrs.
Hecht for "service to the temple
and the community."
Guest speaker was Avraham
Lewin. a former Russian journalist
who immigrated to Israel in Jan-
uary.
At Temple Beth Shalom's annual Israel
Dinner of State Sunday evening at the
Fontainebleau Hotel, Rabbi Leon Kronish,
(center) presented the State of Israel Shalom
Award to Ted and Magda Bodin. With them
are. (from left) Mrs. Isadore Hecht, dinner
chairman; Mrs. Kronish, the guest speaker,
Avraham Lewin, a former Russian Journalist
now living in Israel, and Milton M. Parson,
director cf the Greater Miami Israel Bond
organization.
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Friday. October 13. 1972
* Jurist Meridian
Page 5-B
Federation 25th Committee StU^"
Names Fran Levey Chairman ; And Fund Raising
Fran Levey, presiding for th
first lime as chairman of the Com-
mittee for the 25th Anniversary o.
Israel met at the Greater Miami
newish Federation last week to
Icontinue planning activities.
There are four subcommittees
active with the goal of coirdinat-
(ng activities in Greater Miami in
fcelebration of Israel's 25th anni-
rsary, and of originating major
pvrnts of community-wide interest.
Steve Remson, chairman of the
parade committee, said a pa-ade
Washington Ave. in Miami
fifach is tentatively set for M>y 20
11 a.m. Invitations will go to
lands, musical groups and organi-
sations for marchers, and to eorn-
percfaJ enterprises to enter floats.
The cultural committee re-
orted plans for a children's con-
nt. chamber music recitals, can-
'.oral presentations, films and
Jrama group works. Alan Just
jigad^th^ .Cj^tui^.conrggitteW
Abraham Gittelman reported for
the eduration committee which he
'hairs. He outlined teacher semi-
nars, special curricula, quizzes,
poster and essay contests for the
schools.
Kumsitz. a night of dancing,
singing and sociability, is chaired
by Zipora Weiner. Gatherings will
be planned at bo;h ends of Dado
county for the night preceding the
parade.
Hollywood ORT
Names Officers
And Chairmen
The Hollywood Beach Chapter
cf Women's American ORT has
announced its roster of officers for
the coming season, including Mrs.
Herman Bookman, president: Mrs.
Robert Zareskv. Mrs. Minna Flee-
kop, Mrs. Frank Meyer and Mrs.
Irving Mallin, vice presidents:
Mrs. Martha Feingold. treasurer;
Mrs. Helen Bloom, Mrs. Fstelle
Cohen and Mrs. Nancy Horwitz,
secretaries.
Committee chairmen include
Mrs. Morris Shore. MOT; Mrs.
Herman Baron. EPIC; Mrs. Ruth
Londecker, scholarship; Mrs. Fav
Rose, green stamps; Mrs. Ruth
Barnovitz and Mrs. Al Diamond,
social assistance; Mrs. Joseph
Bernstein and Mrs. Hyman Sehein-
baum, hospitality; Mrs. Fay Rose,
i bulletin, and Mrs. Barney Hersh-
, man, publicity.
First meeting of the new club
I year, held on Tuesday at the Gala-
[ had, featured Miss Nancy Dono-
van, who presented a musical pro-
I gram.
colder is
Geula Chapter of Mizrachi
Women has slated a salute to
Mother-in-Israel. Saturday at 8:30
p.m. at the Bancroft Hote^on Mi-
ami Bea-h.^THeT-venirg will fea-
ture music. Israeli dancers and
refreshments according to Mrs.
Simon Schiff who is serving as
chairman of the affair. Mrs.
Aaron Katz is president.
The City of Miami Beach has
granted permission for all local
ehauters of the Florida Council
of Mizrachi Women to participate
in a door-to-door sticker cam-
paign to solicit funds on Tuesday. j
All monies raised will go to the |
group's network of projects in Is-
rael which since 1925 have given
aid to the young and to newcom-
ers of all ages.
Mizrachi Women sponsor voca-
tional schools, nurseries, teacher
training seminars, summer day
camps, scholarship aid for under-
privileged students, aid for work-
ing women and golden age activi-
ties.
League Luncheon
Stars Fashions,
Coining Elections
The Playboy Plaza Hotel will
be the scene of the Suburban
j Lease's annual fall luncheon to
| be held on Mondav. The afternoon
will spotlight a fashion show by
Jordan Marsh, according to Mrs.
Ja"k Herskowitz and Mrs. Leon-
ard Bendell. chairmen of the
"Americana Event," which will
feature election year center-
pieces made by league members.
The highlight of the afternoon
will be the presentation by Mrs.
Jay Mitchell, club president, of a
check in the amount of $26,389 to
Jules Hinkes. executive diioctor of
Variety Children's Hospital.
Reservations for the luncheon
are being handled by Mrs. Arthur
Peoner and Mrs. Herbert Freund.
National Women's League to
Launch Torah Fund Drive
The Florida Branch of the Na-l Torah Congregation in North Mi-
tional Women's League of the I ami Beach. Mrs. Jack Wolfsteir is
United Synagogue of America will branch president.
Mrs. Morton Levin of Feth Sha-
lom in Hollywood, branch vice
president and Torah Fund Resi-
dence Hall chairman is in charge
of the event. Serving with her on
the committee will be Mrs. David
Edelstein, Mrs. Fred Blank, Mrs.
Arthur J. Brown. Mrs. Albert
Solo, Mrs. Abe Meyer, Mrs. Je-
rome Gilbert, and Mrs. Sheldon
Gendzier. The day will include an
information workshop and brunch.
Guest speaker will be Evelyn
(Mrs. Soli Henkind, the national
chairman of the Torah-Fund-R'--i-
dencc Hall Project, and immediate
past nrsident of National Wom-
en'.-. League.
Proceeds from the campaign will
go to the Torah Fund which main-
tains the Jewish Theological Sem-
inary of America. Included among
its projects and programs is the
world-famous Eternal Light Radio
and TV programs. Another goal
of the campaign is to help build
a residence hall for women stu-
dents of the Seminary Teachers
mUS. SOL HENKIND
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dence Hall campaign kick-off day
on Thursday, Oct. 26, at Beth' Institute.
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*Jenisfi Fkridbatn
Friday, October |9
Builder Robert Turchin Named For Emanu-El Sisterhood Sets
National Industry Leader Award
>TTfW Hoach builder
be
Robert L
Turchin wi'l be honored by thr
200.003-member B'nai B'rlth with
ii- 973 Nafonal Iniustry Leader
Award, according to an announcc-
m i t male recently by David M.
iberg Internationa] president
ol B'nai B'rith, who will person-
ally present the award.
Mr. Turchin, chairman and pn s-
idl nt >( the R ber1 L. Turchin.
Irto. con t u rtion firm, will be
feu l fo his distingu'shed service
1,1 i7c comm i:.";y at a gala at ail
;, the Eden Roc Hotel in Miami
Peach on l>c. 2.
The dinner in Mr. Turchin's
honor wd] be haired by Lawrence
C. Porter, a [lartner In the law
fit ii oi Myers, Kuplan, Porte,
l.,'wn.-oi! 6: Iw'm. Cnjhairruen
ol 'he affair the Alfred Ooiden,
cl man ol the '* nai B'rith
Hiitel Foundation P'tikling Corp.
ai the i i <:- .. oi Miami,
and Burnett Roth, a trustee or" the
linal B rith foundation of the
United States.
Also serving on the committee
now in formation wli be Alfred
Golden, Judge Milton Friedman,
;e Talianaff, Judge Howard
Neu, t-'. Albert Pal.ot. Bert Brown.
Dr. M.chael Sossin, Joseph W'ein-
traub, Burnett Roth. Philip Sahl.
Allan Wilson, Bernard Langberg,
Sam 1'aseoe, Joe Murray. Da'.id
Tow, Col. Phil Cohen. Sidney Rit-
ter, Julius FreiiLh. Barry Kutun.
Jack H. Levin, Noah Smyter, Fred
Chekanow, Apec A. Irani, Stan-
Ii j A. Cohen, Leonard Dublin, Les-
ter Freeman, Karl Bishopric, Mor-
ris Lansburgh, I. W. Green and
Ron Albert
Currently serving as a hoard!
member of the Greater Miami
( a nb r di i ce, Mr. Tur-
i n is-a sident of the
E reau and a for-
- ,i of the Dad
Li a ue o! M i palil 'es.
ol Hi Univer-
pitj o ioty of Foun I -
;. oi University
Si hool,
A meml gional I oa d
i B' Anti-Defama-
tion Lea e rn for youth
hi a rtivities with
the B ts of A m ica and
H also sits on
. ol Florida Me-
mo ial (
Active in i number of profes-
sional sod ties and associations,
Mr, Turchin has served as presi-
< it ol the Miami Builders Ex-
Change, national director of Hi"
Associated General Contractors
>.-id president o? that
South Florida chapter.
Among the
computed by
croup s
notable structures
Robert L. Turchin.
getting married
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bassadors, the Carriage House, the
Scacuasl Towers Buildings, the
Dora) Beach Hotel, Baptist Hos-
pital and Florida Memorial Col-
lege. The Maison Grande and
Roney Plaza arc amomj its current
protects.
Proceeds from the dinner in
Mr. Tur.bin's honor will go to
B'nai B'rith Youth Services. The
organization's Youth Services sup-
port cultural, religious, counsel-
ing, social service and brother-
hood activities for young people
in the community and on the
campus through its college Hillel
Foundations, its Youth Organiza-
tion iBBYOi. and its Career and
Counseling Services iBBCCSl
In Florida. Hillel serves stu-
dents at Florida State University
at Tallahassee, the University of
Florida in Gainesville. Jackson-
ville University, and the Univer-
sity of Miami. And in cities
throughout Florida, 46 BBYO
groups conduct meaningful pro-
grams for teen-agers.
Membership Tea Wednesday
The annual membership. '' D
the Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood
will be held Wednesday In the
Friedland Ballroom of the M'aml
Beach Congregation, 1701 Wash-
ii gton Ave., with a new play high-
'i rhting the program.
The Temple Emanu-El Players
will present "Candldal -.' con-
e, ived and directed by Trixie
i.e.in. dramat'c director of the
synagogue. M isi al director l
Mill!" Draizar with choreograph
by Barl ara B >.
Mrs. Benjamin Beloff, president
of the Sisterhood, announced that
Mrs, Michael Taines will serve as
chairman for the day. Mrs. The >-
dore Zalles i> membership vice
pre-id -nt.
All Sisterhood members and
new members are invited to the
tea, where ,i petite luncheon will
be sen i as guests, Mrs. Bcloff
said. Reservations, are required,
however.
New members will he honored at
the function hut the play will be
the center of attraction, according
to Mrs. Zalles.
Stars of the |
Allan YudacuLski. Hope
ance, Lydia G .1 Irii i:
Libby Levin, I
rel Kimball and
Hudassali Stoi
Mrs. Rmanuel M
of the Miami B
Hadassah and M -
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+Jewlst fhricffan
Page 7-B
ipen Classroom Concept Launched *
t Solomon Schechter Day School
a recent orientation night |
Li for parents of students at the
I Solomon Schechter Day
Ll~"f Beth David. Mrs. How-
1 y Lessner. directing teacher
I the school, introduced Mrs.
Len Janowitz and Mrs. Aaron
Lunar reading consultant. Both
then have MA degrees in their
| [ve areas of Education.
Lbbi Dan Landsman, educa-
Lil director of the all-inclusive
[h David Religious Schools,
Ilergarten tlirough high school,
[pitd parents and board mem- ,
lbs. Jerorr.,? Shevin, co-chair-
of the board of education.
Dr. Gerald Weinstein. chair*
of the board of the day
Lol, also welcomed those at-
Irting.
Jlrp. Lessner gave a brief his-
of the beginnings of the |
Ditvin Schechter Day School of |
David and thanked Rabbi Sol
^riau, spiritual leader, Rabbi
idsman, Hershel Rosenthal,
tdent of the congregation. Mrs.
Jerome Shevin and Mrs. Burton
Levey, co-chairman of the board
of education, Dr. and Mrs. Gerald
Weinstein, Dr. and Mrs. Alan
Winter, Dr. and Mrs. Jules Minkes
and her staff for their "unending
efforts."
Mrs. Lessner explained that the
school was made possible through
the generous financial backing of
Dr. and Mrs. Jules Minkes who
have two children enrolled in the
school and also through the
Solomon Schechter grant founda-
tion.
Solomon Bohecbter Beth David
Mrs. Lessner, a graduate of the
University of Miami and Beth
Midrash Le'Moreh Am. Jerusalem.
in defining the open classroom
approach to education and its close
association with Judaism, slated:
"Judaism sets no time limits on
knowledge; neither does the open
classroom. The o]>en classroom
recognizes that people do not learn
fi', the same rate of speed, nor in
the same way. It acknowledges the
right of the individual. In the open
classroom environment, the ehild
becomes independent because his
interests are respected. He is al-
lowed to explore and develop these
interests under the guidance of
teachers who are interested in
him."
Mrs. Lessner explained that,
"Looks, religious artifacts, manip-
ulative materials, science and
math accessories, musical instru-
ments, crafts, will be available to
the students who will take an
active part with their teacher in
creating their entire school en-
vironment."
After a discussion led by Mrs.
Foosaner. reading consultant, on
the "role of the tea~her. parent
and reading consultant." Mrs.
Lessner concluded that "Children
learn by hearing a language. In
our school they will hear Hebrew
SO that it becomes a beautiful and
natural sound to their ears. This
will make it easier to learn the
written language when they are
ready."
Faculty members of the Solomon Schechter Day School
of Be'.h David Congregation discuss the concept of the
"open clasirocm." From left to light are Mrs. Warren Janc-
witz, Mrs. Aaron Foosaner, reading consultant, and Mrs.
Howard E. Lessner, directing teacher.
>th Torah Jewish Affairs Institute
lans Morning and Evening Classes
Miami Executive
President Elect
Hie schedule of classes for the
fe-73 Adult l-'ducation Institute
pwish Studies for Beth Torah
Icregation, 1051 Interama
has been announced by j
k' il Norman Musaman, educa-
l,i; director.
lasses will be held Tuesday'
i Ings and Thursday evenings,
there will be a cultural series ,
guest lecturers.
i opening session, to he held ,
lay, will include registration
^ 9:30-10:30 a.m., followed by i
ft lecturer Dr. Zalman Kos-
|ky. spiritual leader of Young ;
lei of Greater Miami. Dr. Kos-
Rky, spiritual leader of Young
a.m.
he opening evening session, to
hi Id Oct 19. will include regis-
lion from 8-9 p.m., followed by
$t lecturer Cantor Jacob Men-
ohn of Beth Torah. who will
?k on "Jewish Music" from
p.m.
aytime courses will include:
Bible and the World Today."
Ibi Mussman; "Basic Jewish
triples and Their Relevance to
jtemporary Issues." Dr. Max A.
pchitz; "Klementary Hebrew,"
B. Lerner; "Advanced He-
'." Mrs. S. Bitensky; "The
Sound of the Synagogue,"
ftor Mendelsohn; "Great Jewish
nkers," Dr. Lipschitz.
fterhood Luncheon
Mures Travel Skit
rhe annual membership lunch-
<>f Temple Israel Sisterhood
Il be held Wednesday at 11:30
with a program featuring a
entitled "How to Succeed in
pvel (without Really Flying."
Itten and directed by Mrs.
1 iraham.
fast presidents and Sisterhood
knbers will apiiear in the rail-
V skit. Mr-. Joseph Bulbin is
listing Mrs. Graham and M'-s.
pies Rodenberg is accompanist.
lervations may be made by
the temple office or Mrs.
fry Si, M|S Howard Novell
|Si fcuiorif Play on Tap
lednesday Evening
t\ due Kahaner Sisterhood. Betfi
I" Congre at ion. will hold its
Y thly meeting Wednesday at
j in the social hall. It will
"paid-up membership" meet-
featuring a skit entitled
f< if V llor," with musical
paniment provided by Fred
Siesser, president, will
the business meeting,
|r 'h will include an outline of
h year i anned activities.
Evening courses will include:
"Ulpan Hebrew." Mrs. M. Muss-
man: "Prayers, Practices and Pro-
cedures in Synagogue and Home."
ia course for men who desire a
Bar Mitzvah); "Prayers, Prac'ices
and Procedures in Synagogue and
Home," la course for women de-
siring a Bat Mitzvah); "Elemen-
tary Hebrew" and "Comparative
[fell ;ion," Dr. Lipschitz; Parents
education Program (PEPt, Mrs.
M. Baltuch; "Understanding the
Praycrbook," Rabbi Mussman;
"Jows, God and History," Mrs. J.
Katz; Yiddish: beginning course.
Guest lecturers for the Thurs-
day evening cultural series will
include: Jack Anderson. Nov. 30;
Gerald Ford. Dec. 14; Dr. Irving
Greenberg, Jan. 25, 1973; Alex-
ander Prilutchi, Feb. 8; Barbara
Walters. Feb. 29.
Details concerning the classes
or registration fees are available
upon request at Beth Torah Con-
gregation.
Of Hospital Assn.
A Miami hospital executive has
been named president-elect of the
newly organized Society of Patient
Representatives of the American
Hospital Association.
Mrs. Jackie Dale, patient rela-
tions director at Cedars ,>r Leba-
non Health Care Center, will as-
sume office at the annual meeting
in Chicago this week.
She will preside as a "re-actor"
and moderator at a woikshop,
"Defining the Role of This Health
Worker on the Hospital Team,"
describing the patient relations
program originated at Cedars 10
years ago. The concept is now be-
ing adopted nationwide by the
AHA.
Mrs. Dale will help the AHA
develop training programs and
seminars in hospitals throughout
the U.S. and act as an instructor
at these sessions.
She has worked closely with the j
professional staff of the AHA to
Organize the society and will serve j
as president-elect until Jan.. 1974.
'The idea of patient relation*
counseling began at Cedars of
Lebanon in 1962." Mrs. Dale ex-!
plained. "It includes greeting all
new patients, explaining proce-1
dures; visiting surgical patients |
prior to surgery; liaison between
doctor and familv. informing rel-1
atives of patient-progress; daily
visits; preparation of birth cer-1
tificatcs and medicare forms, no-
tarizing wills and documents; fol-
low through on patient-com-
plaints; personal shopning. sec-
retarial service for patients: re-
ferral to local agencies, convales-
cent homes, and assist with adop-
tion procedures.
"All these services are sus-
tained seven days a week from
f:30 a.m. to midnight." stated
Mrs. Dale.
Dr. and Mrs. Jules Minkes, whose aenerous financial back-
ing has helped to make the Solomon Schechter Day
School of Beth David Congregation a reality, have two
children enrolled in the school.
Teen Time At Central Y
Features Varied Programs
Linda Berman was packed and
ready to go when this photo
was taken last month. Linda
was one of six Florida young-
sters participating in the Young
Judaea Year in Israel spon-
sored by the Hadassah Zionist
Youth Commission.
Morris And Gussie Brooks
Memorialized At Beth Tov
The late Morris and Gussie
Brooks were memorialized with the
dedication of a plaque in their
honor during the Schala Schuedes
service preceding the Simchat
Torah eveniny at Temple Beth
Tov recently. Mr. and Mrs. Brooks
were founder-members "1 the tem-
rlc. which was formerly known as
Southwest Jewish Center.
Temple president George Fish.
Cantor Seymour Hinkes and Mor-
ris Harris, a past president of the
temple officiated at the services.
Also participating in the ceremon-
ies were B"n Jeffries, who was
! given the honor of cutting the
challah; Mrs. Thomas Gruenberg,
Mrs. Joseph Vanglish and Mrs.
George Fish, who assisted with
the refreshments, and DJuretta
i Conrad and Melodye Allain, mem-
bei s of the Brooks family.
Four programs which will run;
the gamut from fashions to dog
training are on the agenda of the
teen department of the Young
Men's and Young Women's He-
brew Association of Greater Mi-
ami during the next two weeks.
At 7 p.m. Sunday, girls from;
Delta Psi Gamma, a Y' teen club,
will model fashion- from Infinity
of Miracle Mile. The clothes will
present a peek into fall and w n-I
ter styles. Refreshments are part
of th;1 program for the evening,
with tickets available at the teen
office or at the door.
On Thursday, Oct. 19. the teen;
department will sponsor a coffee-
house with live music. Two show s
are scheduled; one for 8 pm. an I
another at 10 p.m. Refreshments
will be served. Tickets at the teen
office and at the door. This eve- \
ning's program Introduces a no-
school Friday.
Wednes lay, Oct. 25 two activ i-
ties are planned. The Young Flor-
Idians* Canine Guild Inc. is con-.
ducting a youth do1,' training pro-
gram in cooperation with the YM-
VW'HA for boy- and girls between
S and 1". The r'a-s will meet from
\ 4 to 5:30 p.m. or from 7 to 8:30
ojn. depending upon registration
for the three-month, every Wednes-
day course.
The Instructional nrogram will
he centered on basic dog obedience
IAKC1 rules), junior handling and
i general (log care.
That night, on Oct. 23. the leen
department is sponsoring a dia-
logue on drugs as part of a six-
session program. The topic for
this months session is ampheta-
mines, with speakers and a film
on the subject. It Is open to both
parents and teen.-, with time given
t) discussion. Beginning at x p.m.
in the Golden Key Room at the
"Y." the program will also have a
representative from one of the lo-
cal drug rehabilitation houses,
On Monday. Oct. 23, the teen
lepartment is having a no-school
journey to Pirates' World, Trav-
elers will have to carry their own
lunch, oi p'an on baying it there.
*t will be an all-.lav outing, from
10 until 5 p.m. A bus will leave
from the 'Y ami return to the
same location.
Additional information may l>e
had by conta tin- Lee Sinoff.
Dog Adds 2nd Jewel
The highly pred'etable Rocking
Shin did exactly what was pre.
dieted of him. He s *- t a 13-
' i' ib victory over O.K. D-ikn*a
Bronze Figure to take the Mara-
thon Match Race Sen > Champ-
ionship at Flagler Kennel Club
e.,|,|.vi.,. -'it. Imminent n >vv !?
the $20 000 Kennel Medlev in
wh'ch Kockin" Sbro will ;>..... .
'r,r t'"> P-." '"niton ''n. N^xt
Saturday night'a qualifying round
in th- -arth m nt will
ably find the foi.....r Ir> pom
,i g vvi-.c fnr ''K '"'' '" ltivi?
win in elght-doz, riat racing.
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*Je*isti fkridli&n
Friday, October
13,1972
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BEST WISHES: To Mona Lowe, daughter of Eleanor and Milton,
on her betrothal to Joseph ( omros of New York. After their late No- :
v mber nuptials, they will enjoy dual residences in New York City and
their pad at the Jockey Club here in Miami ... To Ricky Golden.
ho was elected president of his dorm at George Washington Univer-
Bity ... To the two Elaines, Sponder and Rirhman, who have started ;
the 'ball" rolling for the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Women's
Division annual tennis tournament and luncheon to be held at Aven-
tura Country Club in January ... To Julius Resnlok for his speedy |
and complete recovery from recent surgery ... To hard-working gals. I
Joanne Allison and Eunice Groff, for the success of the Broward Civic
Ba!!. t dinner-dance at the Balmoral Hotel on Nov. 4 ... To Sandy
and Dr. Charles Friedman, who have returned from Israel to resume
their life and practice here sans daughter Debbie, who remained to con-
tinue her education at the American School in Jerusalem And to
Miriam and Jack Diamond on the Bar Mitzvah of their son Steven, at
Ecth Torah Congregation.
FOLLOW THE LEADERS: One hundred eighty relatives and
friends followed Joan and Jerry Leader to the Sky Lake Country Club
in North Miami Beach, where they celebrated their daughter TammlN
Eat Mitzvah with a buffet dinner-dance in her honor Sunday. Shep-
ping much nachas from Tammi and her sisters Jodl and Randi, were
Grandma and Grandpa George Fumian of Miami Beach, aunt, uncle
and cousins Iris, Jack. Kim and Leslie Furman from New Jersey, and
many friends, including Xorma and Arthur Blank, Sandy and Reuben
t'ngar, Adrian and Arthur Felgeles, Ruth and Louis Teich and Bar-
bara and Fred Periman.
DOL-FANS: The white handkerchiefs you saw waving at you on
your television screen on Sunday, at the Dolphin-Jets game in New-
York City belonged to really reliable rooters, Elaine and Jay Eu-ster
and Joyce and Bruce Julian, who wouldn't miss a game.
MORE TREAT THAN TRICK: Unusual table centero-eces of
pumpkin heads on scarecrows created an autumn-in-the-air feeling at j
the Diplomat Hotel, where Dr. and Mrs. Hugh L'n:er entertained
friends and relatives in honor of their son Jeffrey's Bar Mitzvah. Al-
though the setting was "cool" and crisp, the atmosphere was "warm"
and wonderful, as lively, stage-struck "tantes" of the Red Hot Momma
vintage entertained guests with nostalgic and lively songs and dances.
Jeffrey's brother. Richard, and sister, Adrian, joined Marian and Stan [
Kane, Mimi and Marvin Lund, Lois and Norman Fogel, Linda and Bill
Greenfield, Eileen and Mitch Fried and Doris and Steve Glucroft in
the joyful toe-tapping and hand-clapping merriment.
GENERATION GAP DAY: Grandmas and grandpas of the Greater
Miami area are invited to Highland Oaks Elementary School in North
Miami Beach Oct. 24, at 10 a.m. fro refreshments, and a refreshing
look at today's schools, in an effort to bridge the communications gap
between our senior citizens ami the needs of our younger communities.
Lois Foge-1, Lois Diamond, Phyllis Harris, Selma Segal, Shirley Bonde
and Vlkki Hamilton will act as hostess. The Acorn Club, a service
organization of the school, will provide the "kinderlach" to escort the
guests on a tour of the building. Active Acorners are Meredith Dia-
mond, Lisa Cove, Lorri Davidson, and Lisa Bodne.
FRIENDSHIP: Roberto Hoffman, shipping magnate from Milano,
Italy, spent the weekend at the home of Sidy and Morris GruenberR,
o'.d friends who gave him a whirlwind tour of our city and Joan
nd Jack Lavin reminisced with former Syracuse University chum Dr.
Frank Pine of St. Petersburg over dinner and big band recordings of
the era.
MAZEL TOY: The Singers have given Andrew, their three-year-
old a little brother. David Lee; Carol and Bticky are delighted with
their new son Bobbe Veltman and her children, Jay and Sandy,
have moved into their new town house at Aventura Jan Mar-
shall's filling a new position at the "Small Fry Nursery Schools."
. Abe Schorr, who became president of the Southeast Regional
Men's Club Association, was honored by his own temple's Men's Club
. San> c.aMis has opened the "Cla^si. House," a unique ven-
ture in the furniture and home furnishings field.
PARTY: Aaron and Jay Euster Ivistid a fabulous cocktail party
for their in-town and out-of-town buyers; =een here and there were the
Joe| l-'riedlands. Larry Blasl>.Tg>, Mitchell Fried* and Howard Ral-
by 'he's the Republican candidate for the House of Representative!).
Ralph Renick was guesting, not reporting.
ANNI'AL DINNER: Sam Cantor, president, was at the helm
when the Children's Wear Guild held its annual dinner at the Eden
Roe Hotel recently; guest of honor was Miami Beach Mayor Chuck
Hall. Amorg the locals attending and having a great time were the
Parkers (Mona and Herli), Lenore and Al Ellas and Betty and Barry
Siege*.
ANOTHER FIRST: The Miami Ballet Society luncheon next
Tuesday in the Fontainebleau Hotel will feature another "first" for
this area. A number of "Males With the Most." including Don Shnla,
Dick Gersteln, Jack Orr, Chuck Hall and Alain Lombard, have been
invited as representatives of the community to enjoy a "Mini-Ballet"
presented by Tommy Armour and the "Fun in the Sun" Fashion Show
for Men and Women" by Burdine's. The luncheon proceeds are ear-
marked for a performance of "Giselle" here by the National Ballet
Company.
MRS. AUKtD PALGOH
Susan Lebte And
Alfred Palgon
Exchange Vows
Susan Denis Lebis and Alfred
Mayer Palgon exchanged marriage
vows Sunday. Oct. 8. at the Sher-
aton-Four Ambassadors Hotel.
Rabbi Max Lipsehitz officiated at
the 6 p.m. ceremony whtich was
folowed by a reception in the ho-
tel's ballroom.
Parents of the newlyweds are
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lebis. 3621 NW
19th Terr., and Mrs. Rachel Pal-
gon. 2645 SW 34th Court, and
the late. Josef Palgon.
For her nuptials, the bride wore
a candlelight silk organzo gown
with chantilly lace and pearls and
carried an arrangement of white
roses and daisies. She was attend-
ed by Barbara Yudin. maid of
honor, and Lorraine Lucarella and
Myrna Simon, bridesmaids.
Manuel Palgon served as his
brother's best man. and Paul Sny-
der and Joseph Kadar ushered.
The new Mrs. Palgon gradu-
ated from Miami Senior High
School and attended Miami Dade
Junior College. Her husband grad-
uated from Coral Gables Senior
High School and attended the
University of Florida.
After a honeymoon in Hawaii
and San Francisco, the couple will
live in Miami.
46 Consecrants Feted By
Beth Sholom Sisterhood
Forty-six children were conse-
crated at Temple Beth Sholom's !
Simchat Torah services, with Dr.
Leon Kronish officiating. The
youngsters were honored at a '
luncheon tendered to them and
their families by the Sisterhood. I
Mrs. Michael Albin, chairman of
Sisterhood's Parent Council, was
chairman. She was assisted by
Mesdames Rowena Kovler, Sue
Braxton, Ann Drecksler, Sylvia
Finer, Margaret Greene, June
Hallman, Joyce Lockshin and
Nancy Ruthfield.
Franoyne Weiner
Engaged To Wed
Kenneth Green
Mr a-d Mrs. Benjamin Weiner
7010 S. M;ami Ave. a-nou^-es thr
engagement of their da'ichtcr.
Francyne J'*l to Kenneth C.T*>n
he son of M'. and t-s Philip
; -n of Great Neck. N.Y.
The bride-elect graduated from
Miami Serior Hi:h S-^ool. at-
tended the University of M:ami and
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where she is majoring in Art Ther-
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rest University in Clvcago. and
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with prosthetics and orthotics.
The couple plans to be married
in Miami ne\' Mav.
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The engagement of Linda Carol Rosenkranz to Edward P.
Balch has baen announced by the future bride's parents,
Mr. end Mrs. Charles S. Rosenkranz, 8060 Hawthorne Ave.,
Miarm Beach. The bridegroom-to-be is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Balch of Manchester. N.H. The couple will be
married in November.
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An t >timated 3.000 members
01 the American Business Wom-
en's Association will be meeting
in the Fontainebleau Hotel this
weekend for the Association's
2 Ird annual national convention.
Six ABWA chapters from the
Miami area will act as hostesses
for the visiting memlers. The
three Miami women coordinat-
i-.? .'.'-mention activities and
in'j as Conventicn Officers
are .Mr*. Ilene Eefting, general
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ciiaiimar.; Mrs. darkle King,
vice chairman and secretary;
and Mrs. Dorothy Crunihaugh.
treasurer.
ORT Chapter Tea
South Dade Chaoter ORT I*
hc'.ding a membership tea at 10
i.m. Thursday, Oct. 26 at the home
>f Mrs. Shu ley Karger. 14950 S\V
S6th Ave. In charge of reserva-
tions are M s. Karger and Mrs.
*>p~wn T>i~h.
Plastic Surgeon
Is Guest Speaker
At Ladies Brunch
Be'h Am S'stor'iooi will fea-1
*"re Dr. Gilbert B. Snyder, plastic \
-"-geon, as d">st sneaker at its i
tydrwrfav 9-T) am. b-unch in
"if fmn'c social ha'l. A finest! n
>nd a-v"- period will follow Dr. |
SSryder's talk.
Rrurfh will h bv rewv&tifVK
>Im. trov r-"iv bo m'"l*> < if-
ytl"""! T1-..V,-,- 0.- fp^oV PloVI
'ineH^on <,""**H:,*m"". ^Ovs'ttinq;'
\"-rs wi'l h.' available for tod ,
q>rs.
Dr. Snyder is clinical assistant:
>rofrss ,r o" wrttory at the U*>1-
ersity of Miami School of Medi-,
Ine, in a-* tit ton to h:s private I
MUCtiTe. H" has a"ia'H an im-1
Tessive a qv or f>oointm<-n.ts i" I
"^'o'ila cliri-" and hospitals a~d .
'as h-!d offices in many rredv-a'
oc'oties. TV. Snvdr i*w a'so
~>r\p several teaching films and
''a* a"th"r*n numerous papers or
ilas'i" surgery.
Hr.dassah Groups Set
Monday Meetings
The Louis D. Brandeis Grouo of
Hadassah will hold a luncheon
meeting on Monday at 11:30 a.m.,
in the Fontainebleau Hotel, with
Mrs. David K. Reinvvald presiding.
Program will feature a film, "Be-
yond the Mirage."
C? & -a
The Eurzl Group has slated a
noon meeting on Monday, Oct. 23
at the Algiers Hotel, Mrs. Rose
Zeigmund will give a report on
the National Hadassah convention
and there will be a musical pro-
gram.
CARIH Unit Lunch
The first general meeting of
Pheshin Chapter of Children's As-
tmma Research Institute and Hos-
pital will be held at the Mouse
Trap Restaurant Tuesday, at 11:30
a.m. New members will be guests
for lunch. The program will fea-
ture a film dealing with children
suffering with severe Cases of
asthma.
JWV Ladies Auxiliary Volunteers
Serving Patients at VA Hospital
Local auxiliaries of the Depart
ment of Flori la Ladies Auxiliary
I. wish War Veterans will serve
patients at the Veterans Hospital
and hold meetings (hiring the
coming week.
N >n;nui i>n:i-.- V,r >wn 174: Sat-
urday morning, volunteers Sirs.
Frances B'tterman and Mrs. Claire
Greenwald wi'l service the port-!
able t 'lenhore, ard in the after-
noon v luntee-s Belle Swartz and
Sylvia Uebman will visit the 12'h
"loor spinal co~d injury pat en's
and i' homo baked good! s. For
the ioi"t so~i"' Tup- lay ;it 8 pt.
at 4^ni w. Fla^'er St.. program
cha'rrran Mrs. Dora Friedman hnsj
ar-anged a showing of a recent \
fi'm on i-a' I through the coar-
tesy oi El Al Airlines.
\v Miami 2T<: Ms. Jerry
Bart'ett. auxi'lary "sofca1 c^a'r-
->an and the committee will serv-
i-e t|, po-tnhl<> tclerhorv> am!
'O*' for bedridden patients on
Tuesday.
Murray Solomon 2'3: S'ella and
^o! Upton ""ill service the tele-
arr on Mordav.
Miami Bearh 8S0: Wi'l hold it
innual fund-raising night club
evert on Saturday at 10 p.m. at
the Shelboume Hotel.
Victor B. Fieedmni 613: Auxili-
ary president Ro'e He-ht will pr"-
.He at the regular business meet-
ing on Wednesday, at the Home
Federal of Hallandale.
North Shore 677: Vo'-inters
will service the portable telephone
on Tuesday.
Mali all-Miami Springs 681: Rae
Ehrlioh hospi'a! chairman at.ri tlv
It'ee will service the port-
able t lephone on Sunday.
Tout Bast 898: Mrs. Vera Krei-
''.er. presi lent, will provide at the
fcUBinesa malting on Monday, at
the !' .:.r,r na3< Club Ho we.
Harry H. Cohen Ttt: Will hold a
vi !< y party at the II"-
brew Home for ihe Aged, 320 Col-
!ins Ave.
Colonel David Marcus 746: On
Saturday, ho ;>iial chairman Esther
Winston and volunteers will hold
a games party for 4th and 12th
To r ward patients. Gifts will be
given an.! -its served. On
Sunday, a monthly birthday party
will be given for the children of
Primrose Cottage at Sunland by
Child Welfa e chairmen Ann Tra-
cer and Betty Ott. The regular
lr -ine-s meeting will be held on
Wednes lay evening at 8 p.m. Flor-
jn c Wrona, presi lent, will pre-
?'de.
'Coffee and Cookies'
At Sisterhood Meet
"Coffie, Cookies ani Campanion-
ship" will be on tap for members
who joined Temple Beth Am Sis-
terhood in 1971 and 1972. The
Getting to Know You" coffee
Wednesday. 0?t. 25, at 10 a.m. will
N? held at the home of Shirley
R sen 5881 SW 116th St.
Barbara Winer is S:sterhood
-resident: membership cochairmen
Mildred Koren and Este'.le Segal
a*-"1 in elmr"*" of reservations.
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*Jewi$t fkridfictr
Friday. October 13
1973

services, Oct. 14,
Congregation.
The celebrant attends Lehnnan
Day School, where he is in the
eighth grade.
Mr. and M's. Alan Cole will
honor their son at the Kiddush
following the ceremony. GuesU
will include Mr. and Mrs. Max
Heimowitz and Mr. and Mrs. Jo-
seph Cohen, all of North Miami
Beach.
at Beth Torah [ Community Program On Drugs Scheduled
Beth Da\ id Sisterhoo-1 and the
United Synagogue Youth are spon-
soring a community service pro-
gram Thursda
David CongreK
Dialogue and audience partkin.
tion on "The Dilemma of *"
miltity service pro- Times Drugs" will \K. j^ .
y evening at Beth Mi-. li. Gordon and Mrs. S M
^Btfon. the Starting Place
VQol
ft-
it
Jeffrey Cole
Mitchell Cook Stuarf Friedman Jonathan Weinstock
PAUL r.oss
On Saturday morning, Oct. 1-1
Die main sanctuary of Temple
Ker Tair.id. Paul Mai tin. the son |
Mr. and Mrs. Morton L. Goss, ;
\ ill become a Bar Mit/vah.
Paul is a student at Nautilus !
J .mior Hdi School and attends^
"or Tamid Religious School. He
on the swimming team and a
j .ember of his school's band.
A Kiddush will follow the serv- ;
es. Out-of-town guests will in- '
lUde Louis Gold, the celebrant's
i leat-grandiather. and Mary Goss. I
grandmother, both of Balti-.
more, Md.
I
STI'AKT FRIEDMAN
Stuart, the son <>' Mr. and Mrs. I
' ;k Friedman, will celebrate his
Mitzvah at Temple Menorah,
Saturday, Oct. 14.
Stuart attends the temple's re-
-i >'is -ehool and is an eighth
rade student at Nautilus Junior
Ugh School. He was the recipient
f the American Legion Award as
ie outstanding student upon grad-
uation from elementary school.
Kiddush and luncheon will fol-
m> the services. Friends and rela-
tives from. St. Louis. Mo., anl Chi-
i, 111., will attend.
JONATHAN WEINKTOCK
Jonathan, the son of Mrs. And-.
i fy Weinstock and Joseph Wein- i
took, will become Bar Mitzvah
Saturday Oct. 14, at Temple j
Emanu-EL
-Jonathan is an eighth grnde >
-tudent at Nautilus Junior High i
v.tiool and htes attended Templr!
"marw-El Religious School.
The celebrant will be honored j
Ith a reception at home.
d -ft
MIIIIHIOU COOK
Mitchell Eric, son of Mr. and
"Irs. Charles Cook, will observe
his Bar Mitzvah during Saturday
morning services nt Beth Torali
Congregation on Oct. 14.
The celebrant is an eighth
^radc student at Jjhn F. Kennedy
Junior High Schno'.
Mitchell's grandparent* are Ru'h
Hoss and Ijbby Cook: his great-
grandmother is Rose Grabel.
ft V
6TKVKN HELTON
Steven M.. the son of Paul Kel-
'on. will be cath^l to the Torah as
a Bar Mi'zvah Saturday. Oct. 14
at the Cuhan Hebrew Congrega-
tion.
Steven attends Ida M. Fisher
Junior H.gh School, where he is
in the eighth grade.
The celebrant \ ill be honored
I t a reception following the serv-
"-. Among guests will be his
grandmother, Mrs. Mildred Port,'
and hi- aunts and uncles, Mr. and
xi 6m Port and Mr. and
Mrs. I'.n id Ri
STEPHEN RK-NI'"i
Si .'>e:i Resn -k will celebrate
li!i Bar M "/ ih Sal >r lay, Oct. 11
at Beth Davi i Coi \ i ation.
The eelebrani Is tha '\ <> "'
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Stephen, who is in the eighth
grade at Cutler Ridge Junior High
School and has attended Beth
David Religious School for three
years, will be honored at a recep-
tion to Ik1 held at Bertram's Res-
taurant in the Midway Mall,
ft ft
JEFFREY COLE
Jl If rev Cole V) ill celebrate his Bar
Mitzvah during Saturday morning
WAYNE GREEXBAIM
Saturday morning services at
Temple Beth El in Hollywood will
include the Bar Mitzvah of Wayne
Louis Greenbaum who is an eighth
grade honor student at Hallandale
Junior High School.
Parents of the celebrant. Mr.
arl Mrs. Douglas Greenbaum. will
be pulpit guests Friday evening
and will host the Oneg Shabbat in
Wayne's honor.
Among guests will be Mr. and;
Mrs. Sam Greenbaum. Mr. and,
Mrs. Herbert Abramowitz, Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Hecht. Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Matzner. all of New
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Friday. October 13, 1972
vJewist Meridian
Paqe 11-"
Lehrman Day School Begins
'Open School Week' Monday
Tii,- l/hrman Drty School of
| mf-fu-E] wi'd hold* Open
c Week bec;inniii: Monday
JUDGE FREDERICK BARAD
Oct. 16, Judge Frederick
Rarad chairman of the Miami
h congregation's scho >1 hoard.
has announced.
Monday's o-^ion !s s'ated for
7:45 p.m. In the I-ehrman Day
ScHdol aMiroritun. 72T 77th "St.
Mrs. Carol Greenberg, president
, of Temple Emanu-El's I'TA, will
welcome narcnts anil visilo-s.
Dr. Irving Lehrman, rabbi of
Temple Emanu-El in whose honor
the South's largest Conservative
Hebrew day school Is named, will
offer a special blessing.
Mrs. Mac Perlstein, principal rj
the Lehrman Dav S*ool, and D
Joseph Diamond, Hebrew con-
sultant, will extend greetings. Par-
ents "ill then go to the home
rooms of their children ard eisi*
with their teachers and inspect
the students' workbooks.
Dm in'; the remainder of the
week, parents will have the op-
portunity of visiting various lass-
rorms to see "their students In
action," Judge Bared said.
The PTA has scheduled a fash-
ion show and brunch Wednesday,
Oct. 25, at 10 a.m. in the home of
Mrs. Leonard Abrasion. Marjo
Fashions of Coral Calves will pre-
sent a showing of casual clothes
foi the winter season, entitled
"Mothers at Work and Play."
Mrs Lester M'shcon will serve
as chairman of the day. accord-
ing to M'"s Greenberg.
The cantorial position at Ohev
Shalom Congregation has been
filled by Cantor Leo Radin who
has served leading Orthodox
synagogues along the eastern
seaboard. Cantor Radin, a na- j
live of Bialystok, studied can- ;
torial music under Professors ,
Berman and Bachrach and al-
so received his Shechita ordi-
nation in Poland.
At the annual installation dinner of the Greater Miami He-
brew Academy Women held at the Miami Beach school
Irving Firtei, (left) and Mrs. Leonard Adler were installed
by Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, princ'pal, as president of
the men's and women's organizations respectively.
Ben Kaplans Will Present
73 Ambulance To Israel
M and Mrs. Ben Kaplan of Mi-.
ami I'.each will present a newj
1973 ambulance to the people of|
DAVID COLEHIAN
' 'I Oct. 22 at 10 a.m. during
ceremonies at the Greater Miami
11 rew Academy, 2400 Pine Tree
Dr., Miami Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Kaolan. of 1776
James Ave., Miami Reach, re-
turned from Israel this week
where they inspected installations
of the Magen David Adorn. Is-
raels official Red Cross and Civil
Defense agencv
The ambulance will be the 32nd
contributed to Israel through the
American Red Mascn David for
Israel from the [>cop!c of Florida.
according to Samuel Reinhard,
state chairman of the organization
and senior vice president of the
Hebrew Academy.
Mr. and Mrs. Kap'an were ac-
tive 'cadets in the Detroit Jewish
community before moving here
and are benefactors of the He-
brew Academy, which serves as
-t.it headquarters for the Red
Ms n Da\ id.
David Colcman, president of the
Miami Beach chapter, and Sol
Drescher, also of Miami Beach
and a national board member of
the American Red Magen i>av I
for fsrael, will participate in the
program.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cipal of the Hebrew Academy and
a national leader of the Red
Magen David, Will dedicate the
ambulance. The Oct. 22 meeting
will be followed by refreshments
and is free and open to the general
public. Mr. Reinhard said._____
Making plans for the card party of the Hebrew Academy
Women Oct. 25 at the Miami Beach school are these offic-
ers (frcm left to right) Mrs. Allen Cohen PTA room mother
chairman; Mrs. Bernard Edelstein, journal chairman; Mrs.
George Feldenkreis, brick committee chairman; Mrs. Leon-
ard Gritz, PTA president, and Mrs. Henry Stern, cochair-
man ot the card party.
Judah Segal (right), son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Segal,
2338 SW 19th Ter., is a member of the first class in Jewish
community organization, a graduate program at Yeshiva
University's Wurzweiler School of Social Work in New
York which is part of a five-year cooperative relationship
between Wurzweiler School and the William E. Wiener
Educational Center of the Federation of Jewish Philan-
thropies of New York. With Mr. Segal is Dr. Martin Green-
berg, chairman of Wurzweiler's Community Organization
Department.
Israeli movie stai, Ushik Levi,
first prize winner for 1372 at the
Israeli Movie Festival, will be I
among the stars appearing the j
night of Nov. 4 in the Miami
Beacfa Auditorium, during the
National Israeli Song Festival.
The group will play for one
night only, under the auspices
of the Zionist Organization of
America as part cf the 25th an
niversary celebration cf Israel.
Tickets are now on sale at the
auditorium box office.
Both David Opens
Judaic Hi"Ii For
Grades 9 Thru 12
Beth David Congregation opened
its new Judaic High School pro- !
gram for Jewish students of the
community, grades 9-12 Tuesday
evening. Oct. 2. Rabbi Dan Lands-
man, educational director of B-th
David, described the opening day j
as a "huge success."
More than 66 youngsters were I
oresent on the onening dav of ses-
sions, and it is exoected that en-
rollment will continue to prow.
Registration aoo'Jeatio'w will be!
accepted throuoh Oct. 21 accord-
!nc to Mrs-. Gloria Friedman, chair-
man, of the Beth David High \
School subcommittee.
The high s-Itool year con-ists of |
three 10-week trimesters and stu-
dents a'-e expected to attend a
minium of 7055 of the classes dur-
ing each trimester. The program
is housed at the Beth David South
Dade Campus acoss from the
Palmetto High School and classes
are held Tuesday evenings 7-8:45
p.m.
The Beth David High School of j
Judaic Studies is a joint project of j
Beth David Congregation and the
Central Agency for Jewish Educa-
lion,
Lorber Chapter of the Children's Asthma Research Insti-
tute and Hospital at Denver will hold a Silver Anniversary
Ball at the Algiers Hotel Saturday, Oct. 21 at 8 p.m. Mak-
ing plans for the event are (seated) chairmen Mrs. Theo-
dore Housman and Mrs. Arnold Gro*n"n and (stand-
ing) Mrs. Sam Greenfeder, president of Lorbsr, and Mrs.
Allen Abelson, reservations chairman.
Post Offices Will Distribute 41ien
Address-Report Forms En January
All post offices will cooperate in the annual alien address
reporting program next January, the U.S, Postal Service has
announced.
The Immigration and Nationally Act ol ii,">2 requires
aliens resident in the United States on Jan. 1 to report their
addresses to the Immigration and Naturalization Service.
As in past years, all post offices will participate Ul the
program to the extent of distributing address report cards
i Form 1-53) to aliens and forwarding the cards nfter comple-
tion to Immigration and Naturalization Service offices.
The form a manila punch card similar to the one used
for 1972 alien reporting- will bo available for distribution at
post offices on the first business day of January 1973. Com-
pleted forma must be turned In before the end of January.


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+Jmist> narkttan
Friday, October 13

Attending a recent Mount Sinai Medical
Center Auxiliary membership brunch are
(frcm left to right) guests Cliffcrd Wolf and
Harry Rcthenberg; Mr~. Theodore Pincus,
vice president in charge of In-patient Serv-
ices; Max Kesselman, Mount Sinai founder.
and Mrs. Gerald Miller, vice president of
Auxiliary Services. The "let's get acguaint-
ed" affair was the first in a series of open
house brunches seeking to expand the hos-
pital's auxiliary.
A Human Relations Workshop, sponsored jointly by the
Dade Council of Parent-Teacher Associations and t]
Florida Region of the National Conference cf ChrUricms 4
Jews, in cooperation with the Dade County Human Rela-
tions Center, was conducted last week at Temple Israel
for PTA presidents and program chairmen, PTA chairmen
of Human Relations Committees and school administra-
tors and counselors. Participants included (from left lean
Belcher, human Relations consultant, Dade County Human
Relations Committee; Kathy Magrath, Dade County PTA
human relations chairman; Matt Lawrence, assistant to
the principal, Miami Beach High School, and Till Harter,
president of the Dade County Council of PTAs.
The newly installed officers of the newest
group of the Miami Baach Chapter of Ha-
dassah, the Mt. Scopus-Belle Itle Group
are p ctured at their installation and charter
signing ceremony which took place Oct. 3.
From left are Mrs. Charles Fiedler, program
vice president; Mrs. Harry Klayman, finan-
cial secretary; Mrs. Morris Galowitz, record-
ing secretary; Mrs. Clarence Freedman,
president; Mrs. Joseph Lapidus, treasurer;
Mrs. Ida Cohen, membership vice presi-
dent;; Mrs. Benjamin Greene, education
vice president, and Mrs. Rose Fleischer,
corresponding secretary.
Mrs. Morton Laufer (left) and Mrs. Fred Katzin, chairmen
of Biscayne Cancer League's Las Vegas Night Oct. 28 at
Aventura Country Club are shown with Jerry Leader,
CPA, who is planning on adding up all the profits of the
8 p.m. western-style event, which are earmarked for the
American Medical Center for Cancer Research.
M-DJC President
Elected By ACE
Dr. Peter Maciko. Jr.. president
of Miami-Dade Jurior College who
has been elected to a three-year
term as a member of the board of
directors of the American Coun-
cil on Education. !s the only jun-
ior college president a"d one of
only two F'ori bership on the 20-member board.
Elected at ACE's recent 55th
annual meeting in Miami Beach
| he begins a term which will end in
October 1975.
I>r. Masiko's previous sen-ice
with the American Council on Ed-
ucation includes a recently com-
pleted term on the Commission or
Federal Relations.
Movement, Dance And Mime
Offered Mondays At The T
The Free University of the Cen-
tral Agency for Jewish Education
and the YM-YWHA of Greater
Miami, announce an unusua'
course in "Movement. Dance and
Mime." to be taught by Sandy
Lefkowitz. professional mime
teacher of New York City.
Movement. Dance and Mime will
be offered to junior and senio-
high schoolers Monday evenings
from 7-9 p.m. at the Central "Y,"
85C.0 SW 8th St. The course is
dedicated to the non-verbal ex-
pression of what you feel, and
will emp'oy Jewish music and
themes. For further info-mation
contact Arlene Miller at the "Y."
Isaac and Susana Serure of Bay Heights recently enter-
tained more than 60 memb3rs of a host committee who are
planning Beth David Congregation's Cct. 28 Israel Dinner
of State at the Fontainebleau Hotel. The Serures are host
committee chairmen of this gala dinner-dance eve::', which
is held annually to recognize community leedsrs who
support the efforts of Israel Bonds toward bolsterinc, Israels
economy and maintaining her independent democracy.
Honored guests at this year's event marking Israel's 25'h
anniversary of statehood, Seymour and Shirley Friend,
will receive the State of Israel Shalom Award
Recently elected officers of Hillel Community Day School
include (from left) Dr. Joel B. Dennis, president; Arthur Lip-
son, treasurer; Morton Zemel, secretary; Shirley Schreiber,
vice president, and Bertie Kuttler, corresponding secretary.
Dialogue On Drugs Scheduled
A dia'ogue on dni entitled
"Drugs: the Dilemma of our Times'
Will be presented by the Sister-
hood of Beth David Congregation
with the assistance of the United
Synagogue Youth Thursday. Oct
19. at 8 pjru in the terrmle's Spec-
tor Hall. Discussion leaders are
Mrs. Edwin Gordon, assistant di-
rector, and Mrs. Seymour Mann
counselor at "The Starting Place,"
in Hollywood.
Jack D. Gordon, president of Washington Federal Savings
and Loan Association of Miami Beach, accepts a plaque
honoring his farm for its outstanding community concern
and service from Mrs. I. B. Kaplan, who presented B
behalf of the Women's Division of me American le***
Congress.


ridoy. October 13. 1972
+Jc*rtsl> Fhrkfiar
Page 13-B
Five-Year Preferential
Trade Agreement Completed
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Sam Kcntor (right) president of the Florida Children's Wear
Manufacturers' Guild, received an award from Edward
Scheaffer, executive director of the guild, at the guild's re-
Icent Market-Show in the Eden Roc Hotel, in recognition of
I his nine years of leadership as president of the organiza-
tion. The guild's ninth annual Market-Show attracted more
Ithan 1,100 buyers from throughout the United States, rep-
liesenting the leading department, chain and specialty
(Copyright WT2, Jewish Telegraphic Agency)
Onr of my readers wrote to me recently, asking for this
recipe. She said in her letter that many years ago her mother
was famous for the taiglach she used to make, but the reader
hersell did not learn how to make them. In ca e you do not
taiglach are small pieces of dough cooked in a honey
syrup, This delicacy Is served as a sweet accompanying a drink.
Th< t are several ways to prepare this traditional dish, and
they are all goo 1.
TAIGLACH
,9 8 oz. honey
..oil 4 oz. sugar
matzo cake meal 1 *P- rounrl *mf*
Vt cup chopped walnuts
soft
Syrup
Beat eggs well. Add fat and enough meal to form a
dough. Roll dough by hand on a board sprinkled with meal into
long strips of finger thickness. Cut half-inch length pieces.
Bake in a floured pan for 10 minutes at 350 degrees fahrenneit
To prepare the syrup, mix the honey, gugar and g.rger and
brine to a boil. Add pieces of dough and the nuts. Bod slowly,
Jtirrtag until a drop of the honey in cold water makes a firm
"'Pour the mixture onto a moistened board, flatten with your
hands, and when cold, cut into small squares. _____
BRUSSKLS IWNS) A five-
year preferential trad? agreement
that prohibits discrimination in
trade has been completed between
Egypt and the European Common
Market countries.
The arrangement, which is simi-
lar to those th" EEC concluded
LEGAL NOTKE
LEGAL NOTKE
i
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT C"'IRT cr -r'-'E
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLOR'OA. IN AND FOH
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-19072
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
CF MARRIAGE
IN HIv THE MARRIAGE OF
ESTRELLA Q. CARBALLIDO
PAHDO
Petitioner
with Israel and Spain. Is expec4eH I .irisK'.\!.\!:r.vviMtu.\i.i.ii>
to go into effeet before the end of EARDt}i
this year. It is aimed at ending! TO: JOSE MARIA CARBALUDO
the Arab boycott of firms doing I PARDO
business with Israel. The Egyp-, LTcario"* Chateau
tians. however, specified that this Matansaa, Cuba
rOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
prohibition does not apply in case
of national security.
Single Parents Meet
Sim'e Parents of Miami Bpcb
will hold a cocktail party at Son-
ny's Lounge. Miami Beach. Su"dav
at 8:30 p.m. All singles from 24 to
48 are welcome.
Israel League Party
The Florida Chaotc-r of the
Women's League for Israel rm
s'ated its next regular meetinT
ard frames r-qrty for Tbur=iav
Oct. 19, at 12:^0 r> m. in the Forte
Towers auditorium.
LEGAL NOTICE
thai an action tor Dissolution "f Mar-
riage hiis been 111 against you and
you are required i>> aerve a copy of
your written defense*, if any. to it
on Qulllermo Sostchln, attorne] for
Petitioner, whose address Is 101 N.w.
i- Avenue, Miami, Fla. U128, and file
the original with the cleric of the
above styled court on or before :>"'
Nov.. 1972; otherwise a default win
i- entered sgali Bt you for the relief
demanded In the complaint or peti-
tion.
Thi. notice shall be published once
each week for four- consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH I"I OUIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at .Miami, Florida on thin
IS day "f Sept., 1872
E. B. 1.EATI1EKM AN,
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By K. MILES
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Stall
STONE & SOSTt 11 IN
101 N.W. 12 Avenue
Miami, Fla. 33128
Attorney for Petitioner
10/6-13-20-27
| IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-4859
Pi if Estate or
1 MORRIS EI>WA Ul> H v ""IS
a k/a MORRIS E, HARRIS,
1 ..... ..-.!
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified and r*-
,j quired to Eftp&sent arty rl-,;nv- a"*! de-
manda which you may have against
the estate of MORRIH EDwARD
HARRIS, a It a MORRIS E HAR-
RIS deceased late or Da.'e County,
Florida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the sami In du
and as provided in Section 732.16,
i Statute*, In Iheh offlt In
t!:.- County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
i,e bam d.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this J7 day
of September, A.D IP72
Bernice II. Fmm^te'n
Daniel B. Fromsteln
George -i Tallanoff
As Executors
Firsi publication of this notice on
the 29 day of September, 1272
TAI IANOFF A BADER
Attorney for Executors
120 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
:> 29 l" 8-13-20
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THF CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIOA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. T?-1<>66
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
tv PB- The Marriaee of
PATRICIA J. PEI.HAM, Wife
And
BRUCE A PBt.HAM. Husband.
TO: BRUCE A. PEI-HAM.
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has heen 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 SRI N.W.
79 Street. Miami, Florida, and file
the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before No-
vember 3rd. 1972; otherwise a default
will be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the complalr t or
petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH Ff.ORIDlAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal or
said court at Miami, Florida on this
ISth day of September. 1972.
E It I IWTHKUMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By 1. SNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court S'al)
Will 1 \M SHAPIRO
561 N E 79 Stre.t
Miami, Florida 88138
Attorney for Petitioner
10/6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictlclous name of
TKP ASSOCIATES at 833 NB 187
Street, N, Miami Beach intends In
regis:-r said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
Teresa Ooulden
10/6-13-20-27
IN THE COUNTY JODGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-3680
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
HARRY' BIENSTOCK.
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Y'ou are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of HARRY BIENSTOCK de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida, to
the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same In duplicate and as
provided in Section 7S8.16, Florida
Statutes. In their offices In the County
Courthouse In Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this Sth
day of September. A.D. 1972.
DOROTHY BAYER
As Executrix
First publication Of this notice on
the 29 day of September. 1972.
SPARBER, ZEMBL. KOSKIN AND
HBILBRONNER, PA.
Attorneys for Executrix
100 North Hiscayne Blvd.
8 29 10'6-U-SO
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT <">F THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV
CIVIL ACTION NO. 7?-'"'?46
ACTION FOR D'SSO'UTION
OF MARRIAGE
i IV HE: THE MARRIAOE OF
VAUl.DERE O'JULIANA '
MCQUEEN. Wife
and
I C1 AUDE WOODROW MCQUEEN,
Husband
TO: CI AUDE WOODROW
MCQUEEN
21 DEANERY AVE.
K'VC.STON 3. JAMAICA W T.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action fn' Dissolution of Mar-
riage has heen 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
'2th Avenue. Miami, Fla S3128, and
file the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before No-
vember 6. 1972; Otherwise a default
will he entered against you for the
relief demanded in the complaint or
petition.
This noti.e shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE.JEWISH Ft.ORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at M','mi, Florida on
IN
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTKE
rN THE COUNTV jimtE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. F'.ORIOA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-441
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I'E- Estate of
o-r- r 1.VERT
Deceased.
All Creditors Bttd All Persons Hnv-
'*'lms or Demands Against Said
Estate:
I'ou are hereby notified nnd re-
ed to present any claims nnd de-
pnnds which vou mav have against
.state of ALICE CALVEPT de-
ased late of Dade County. Florida,
the County Judges of Dade Coun-
. and file the same in duolicate and
provided In Section 733.16, Floridn
atutes. In their offices m the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade Countv. F'or-
wlthln six calendar months from
pite time of the first publication here-
nr the same will be barred.
Hated at Miami. Florida, this 29th
lay of September. AD 1972.
David M. Bloomberg
As Administrator
First publication of this notice on
I'Jie Kth day of October. 1972.
Iftloornherg & Bloomberg
attorneys for Administrator
Seybold Building
IMtam' Florida 33132
10/6-13-20-27
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN ND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No 72-4766
ARTHUR W. P"'M^
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
OEORCE W. EDWARDS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
K'*Youare hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of George W. >*-
ceased late of Dade County Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided In Section 713.18, Florida
Statutes, it. their offices In the County
Courthouse in Dade County. W*
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 29th
day of September, A.D. 1972.
David M. Bloomberg
As Administrator
First publication of this notice on
the 8th day of October. 1972.
Bloomberg & Bloomberg
Attorneys for Administrator
717 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida 33.32 ^^.^
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-4854
In BE: Estate of
QOl DIB S. L7NOER
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Y'ou are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the estate j
of (JOI.DIE S I'N'tiKR deceased late
of Dade Countv. Florida, to the Coun-
tv Judges of Dade County, and file
the same in duplicate and as provided
In Section 733.16. Florida Statutes. In
their offices in the County Courthouse
In Dade County. Florida, within six
cnlendar months from the time of the
first publication hereof, or the Same
will tie barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 29th
dav of September. A.D. 1972.
IRVING LTNOER
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 6lh day of October, 1972.
GERALD SH.VERMAN
Attorney for Administrator
210 Roberts Building,
Miami, Florida
10/6-13-20-27
THE COUNTY JUDGES CuUrtT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-5C90
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE Estate "i
SAMUEL TAX IN
l ieccased,
To All Creditors and All Persons Hal-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
blstate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired t" present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
I the estate of SA.Ml EL TAXI.. Ue-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to tlie County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same in duplicate
and as provided in Section 733.16,
Florida statutes, in their offices In
the County I ourihuuse in i>..,.,- i uuu-
ty. Florida, within six oalenuar
months ,iom the lime of to,- ihi
publication hereof, or the same will
i,e iiai red.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 5
da) at October, A.D. 1972.
LOUIS H. I'AXIN
HAKUY M. TAX1.N
As Executors
First publication of this noti......1
the 13 day of October, 1972.
SPARBER, ZEMBL, KOSKIN AND
HBILBRONNER, PA.
Attorneys (or Executors
loo N. Biscayne Boulevard
Miami, Florida 33132
10/13-20-27 11.3

this day of Oct. 3, 1972.
E. B 1 EATHF.RMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade Countv. Florida
By C M. BE PIE
As Deouty Clerk
II' ..,,> (\,o-t Seal)
DAVID E. stunk
STOVE BOSTCHIN
101 N w 12th Ave.
Miami. Fla. 33128
Attorney for Petitioner
]n 'a-T3-n-27
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. F'.ORIOA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-4"5
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
'1 RE: Rsta'e of
8HIR1 BY KOMITO
11, ed
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
nulred to present any claims and de-
mands which vou may have against
the estate of SHIRLEY KOMITO de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida.
t,, the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duolicate and as
provided in Section 7SJ l, 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 3 day
Of Oct., A.D. 1972.
Jack Komi'o
Jack M. Fink
As Executors
First publication of this notice oil
the > h dav of Oct. 1972
FAUNCE, FINK & FORMAN
Attorneys for executors
I.-.112 Congress Bldt, Miami, Fla.
10/6-13-20-27
TREES ARE
lyERYBOliY'S
BUSINESS!
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72.2*78
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
'n RE: Estate of
rU'TH O. I.A BRAN
I >' ea.'ied.
To Alt Creditors and All Persons Hay- R. [;i,,..
inn Claims or Demands Against Said j Vou ,(T.(. nereby notified and re-
Estate: quired to present any claims and de-
You are hereby notified and re- miinli whlc)l you may have against
quired to present any claims and de- [ e(,ta mands which you may have aeamst l.(.as,.a ,.lIe f r>n,. County. Florida,
ti > estate of RUTH (.. I.A BRAN de- f ^ (|,unIV Juril,,,s f Dl,Ue Coun-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-4958
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO ChEDITORS
In RE Estate of
EVA F. MOSKOWITZ
i.....eased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
. ised late of Dade County. Florida.
.. >h County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in dunllcnte nntl ...
oviiied in Section 73.1.16. Florida
Statutes, in thet- olfices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade Countv. Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time o( the (Irst ubH-Ttion
hereol. or the same will be barred.
Hated at Miami. Florida, this 15
day of Sept.. A.D. 1972.
JBAN DUSKY
At. Administratrix
C.T.A.
First publication of this notice on
the 22 dav of Sept.. 1978.
TALIANOFF Ar BADER
Attorney for Administratrix CT.A.
ISO Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
.'22-29 1C/6-13
tv and file the same In duplicate and
as provided in Section 733.16. Florida
Statutes, in their o'flces in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Had,- County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the lime of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. F: .1 Ida, Ihis 18
day of September, A D l7j!
Julius B. Moskowitz
As Exe- ator
First publication of this notice- on
the th das of 1 tctober, l72.
Edwin M Qlnsburg, Esq.
Myers, Kaplan, porter,
Levlnson & Kenln
Attorneys for Executor
150 S W 1st Street
Miami. Florida. 33130
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Page 14-iJ
vJenisfi ririfitr
Friday. October 13





LEGAL NOTICE
I
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-20335
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
M \ vi'Y RODRini'BZ R I-
NANCY RODRIGl'EZ >!. GARCIA,
Petit l<.....r,
And
I ARI8T< i rOXACH OARCIA
SARM1KNTO.
Respondent
EVARISTO KlNACIO OARCIA
,'. SARMfRNTO
l!
P.O. DUX B1 IT
, San J"8t, Coxtn I!
v.iV i:v tnistro m:s\<:\<>
NOTICb UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTtCK IS HKItKI'.V OIVKX thiil
th,- undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under tin- fictitious name of
TENTATION i ti> m ::< x.w. zstli
; St.. Miami, Florida Intend* lo reffls-
ter mid name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Courl <-f Dade Cnunh. Flor-
ida,
TKNTATION I IMITRD. IXC.
By: In. I .1. Rat-tin, Pre*
OROVER. VYEIN8TEIN .,
STAC HER, P.A
350 Lincoln Iton.l, Miami Beach,
Florida
l tj Shera in Bfnuber
(JAR- "Artorney for VeMHttMl l/mlred. Inr
A BARMIKNTO, ai
i . in the Ali- niatlvc
' nrrbure lias been Die
,. hereby noli-
for Annubnenl
i llssolutlon <>f
i against you.
i id you are required to serve a copy
your Answer > Petition on ill.- Petitioner's attorney,
I'HYI.I.ls BHAMPANIER, 8899 Poms
Leon Boulevard, ("oral Oablea,
Florida 83134 and Hie the original
nmvur or Pleading in Hi.- office of
lite Clerk of the i iivu.it Court on or
betvre the 17th .lay of November,
1971 If you fail io .lo so, Judgment
bj default will in- taken against you
for the relief demanded in ilie Petl-
1 on.
DONE ami ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, this Mil .1.1 > ,,f October, i!'T;v
K. B. LEATHERMAX, Clerk,
circuit t'ouri. Dade County, Florida
By: X. A. KBWETT
Deputy cierk
c inuii Couri Seal)
in 18-30-27 11 4
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 88382
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FNAL DISCHARGE
TV REi Estate >
1 AT.FOLK c. BREWER
11. ceased
NOTICE is hereby given thai we
' v<- filed a Final Report and Petition
i r Distribution an.I Final Discharge
K.v.'i urois of Hi. ..-mi.' of W'AI.-
POI.E c. BREWER, ii.....awed: and
I ..d on ill,- 34 day of October, 1978,
will apply to tin- Honorable County
Judges of Dade County, Florida, for]
. iprovhl of snld Final Kenorl .nnl for'
' Mril.uiioli an.I final discharge as j
Exeoutora of tin- estate of the above-
i mod decedent. Tuts 11 .lay of Sep-
l. mber. 1972.
Al'BRET I. TAI DI'RT
AXTOX E. KCBICKI
HERBERT Z. MARVIN
a i tornej
l.AltSOX \\|> MARVIN
::; X.W. 7! Ave Miami. Ha. 331SC
; tone: ZG1-S353
9/22-39 io ;-:::
i;-l:i-L'ii-JT
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIV'EX lhat
ihe underahrned, desiring to engage in
business uuder Ihe flatltlou* name of
PIXE TREE IXITSTH1AI. PARK at
; M-121 Roney Plaza. ::;::: Colllnn
Ave.. Miami Beach, i'la. Intend to
register saiil name with tin* ci.ik of
tin- Clroull Court of Dad* County,
Florida.
MAT*RICE Fox
HELEN AKTIHH, Tiustfcs
. Weiner & Welaenfeld
| Attorneys for applicants
j;;":: Collins Avenue
.Miami Beaoli, Fla.
, |fl 6-13-20-27
, IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-4631
In RE: Estate <>f
> Abraham li. Labnw a I. a
Albert II. I.al.ou
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Von aii- hereby notified and required
Ine Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
nil are hereby notified and requir-
ed io present any claims an.I demands
n-hich you may have againsl the estate
of Abraham II. I .aliow k a Albert
fl. Labow lie. ras.-.i late of Dade
cmiiy. Florida, to Hi.- County Judges
of Dade County, tin.I file the same in
dupllrnle anil as provided in Section
::: 16, Floi-i.la Statutes iii their of-
fices in tin- County Courthouse in
Dade County. Florida, within six
calendar months from the lime of ihe
fiiM publication hereof, or the same
will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 28th
day of September, A.l>. 1978.
KKI.I.a LABOW
Ah Executrix
First publication of this notice on
tin- nth day of October, i!>7"
OERA1 l> SI I VEKMAX
Attorney for Executrix
210 Roberts Building, Miami
1" R-13-20-27
Services Held For
Mrs. Rose Mandel
Services were heltl Sunday at
Levitt Memorial Chapel for Mrs.
Rote Manrlel. 76, who died Thins-
tlay at North Miami General Hos-
pital. Inlerment followed in Lake-
side Memorial Park.
A Nui'th Miami Beach lvsiui'tii
since 19-Ja. Mrs. Mandel. who
, matle her home at 441 NK 177th
i Si., was the owner of the Hy-
giade Restaurant chain, which has
three establishment! in New York
and one in Miami Beach and was
founded by Mrs. Mandel antl her
husband, the late Alfred F. Man-
del, who died in 1967.
A native of Riga, Latvia, where
her father was a glass manufac-
I turer. Mrs. Mandel came to the
United States with her family in
1912, and they settled in New
York.
Mrs. Mandel was a member of
the Sunshine Chapter of D'nai ,
! B'rlth, Albeit Einstein Chapter of
Hadassah, Avtva Chapter of
Pioneer Women. Robyn Tubin
Chapter, City of Hope, Paragon:
Club and the New York Club of
Florida.
Survivors includt
I Emanuel Mandel.
Levitt Memorial
daughters. Mrs. Ruth Hallerman
and Mrs. Louie Dubuc; a brother,
Nathan Fisher, two sisters: Mrs.
Mollie Stroller and Mrs. Gertrude
Stein, eight grandchildren and
nine great-grandchildren.
Obituaries
STEIN
EISENMAN
Stanley, 4S. of North Miami Beach
paaaed awaj Saturday Oct. 7 Sur-
vived by son Robert, and daughter
I'aihryn both ol Norm Miami Reach,
brother Cheater of New York. Mem-
ber of Beth Tomb Congregation nod
president of the sunshine State i>is-
trlbutora Services were held Mon-
day at Levitt Memorial Chapel;
North Miami ., mill inl. i -merit Ill
i.al-.-sid.- Memorial Park.
'liiiLrl,. ,
caina
I
Dr. Leon s
away Monflay
'-'" l';,rN "Ku fn"" '>":,,.''", h"l
formerly of Okeerhn..... J," M|
wan prealdenl ol n,.,; f1'1 Nl
Bprinca KlwaiUn fiul, V' ,'Mi,"l
the Had.. Couiu. II I I
Hon. m.nih.r of } -, ''," I
Jacob. Survived "''"
both of lliah-ah SlstirVt! KM
DANZIGER
mplf
'"" >iiili,'
auchtef
Rheln and .\i,V i.iV,!,',"',.-M"' ^l
of Chicago, h,,!;.,;^ l^. b^j
a son. Cantor
president of
Chaiiel; two
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FiCTl i"tOUS
NAME LAW
KOTICE IS HEREDV fllVBN lhal
it.- undei siKit.d. dealrina to eniraae
It huaineaa und.-r fhe flctltloua namr
MAISON MAR1B NOVIA8 al 4Mt
W. Klat-I. i Street, Miami Intend* to
rcaiater s.ii,i name with the Clerk of
the Circuit t'ouri of Had.- County,
Florida.
MESON MARIE NOVIAS, INC.
A Fla. Corp.
Pidnay Efronaon
Attorney for Apnllcnni
612 .tinsb.v ItuildiiiK. Miami
S/22-311 1" f.-'.i
IN
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. 72-20561
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
HE:
.\l.\IIY KATHItYN CARt'THER.8.
Petitioner
and
MONTE NATHAN CARl'THBRS,
Respondent
TO: Monte Nathan Caruthera
Box j:;v
Cross I.an,". Drive
Xitro. W.st Virginia 25143
VOO ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
an action for Dlxxolutlon ..r Mar-
rhiKe has been filed against you and
yod are required lo serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it
on itohi-rt II I'.urns. Ksiiuir.-. attor-
ney for Petitioner, whose address i-
350 Mncoln Road, Miami Bench, Flor-
Ida 33139. and fil- the orlfflnnl with
iii, clerk of the above styled court on
or before November 15, lii'i': other- Attorn
a default will be entered attains!
manil.il in th.-______
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 20164
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Martini:,, of
THEI.MAREA ['DELL
Wife.
and
l >NAI.D LEON ['DELL
Husband.
TO: Donald l.,..n I'dell
Prairie I'ue,
Texas
Vol ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action f..- Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed againsl you and
you are required t,. serve a copy of
you,- written defenses, if any, to ll on
Rfohard l. Kroon, attorney for Peti-
tioner whose address is 4S0 Mncoln
Rd.. Miami Beach, Florida, and file
the original with the clerk of th.-
above styled couri on or before No-
vember in, l?2: otherwise a default
will be entered againsl you for tl ,
relief demanded in the complaint or
petition,
This notice shall l- published
each week for four cnnaeeutlv*
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITXKSS my hand and the
nee
eks
id
-': day
seal of
>n this
Wit
you for iho relief d
complain! or petition.
This notice shall b.. published once
**a.*h week for four cnnpontlve weeks
in THE JEWI8H FI-ORIDrAN.
WrTNESS my hand ami Ihe -.-.il of
said rourt al Miami, Florida on this 5
.i., \ ,,f i ictober, 197!
B. II. LEATHBRMAN,
Ah Clerk. Circuit Courl
Dii'h- County, Florida
By l. 8NEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
ff'ir.uil Court Seali
Rl 'BERT II BITRN8, BSUI'IRE
350 l.inioin lid.
.Miami Beach, I'la
Attorney for Petitioner
in 13-20-27 ti ::
ATTORNEYS!
ATTENTION
fOK MtSSlNGlR ittVlCl
-JrWM// t^mri/nn
solicits your leg-t! notices
We appreciate your pu-
tronage and guarantee ac
curate service at ideal
rates.
Dial 373-4605
mt at Miami, Florida
f September, lfT!
E B LEATHBRMAN,
I 'lol,- County, Florida
Ai i 'lerk, t'lr, uit Courl
By 1.. SNEEDBN
As Depul) Clerk
'< li'.tiii Court Beo.1)
Rli-hard I Kroop
KWITNEY *i KROOP
Lincoln Ud Mi.,mi Beach, Fin.
lor Petitioner
1" 1-13-20-2!
IN THE COUNTY JODGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-4957
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Katate of
ALVfNA K TALI KV. i I, .,
MADELINE A, TALLET
I >......ased.
To All Creditors .....I Ml Persons llav-
iin: Claims or D.'man.Is .\14.m1st Saiil
Beiate:
> "ii mo hereby notified and re
Mini-d to present any clnlms and de-
mands which you may have against
io- estate of \l- ma K Tnllej. : k's
Mndelme A Talli y deceasi d Int.- ol
Dade County, Florida, to th,- County
Jud| of I ia.I., .'..uoii. and fil.' the
.-lam. in duplicate .....I ."- provided in
Section 733.1)1, Florida Statutes, In
their offices in I be County Courthouse
in Dade County, Florida, with
calendar months from the time of
th" first publication hereof, or the
same will be barred.
Dat.-.i at Miami, Florida, this iTtii
day of September, A. l> 197 !
M -I. KOPBLOWITZ
a Admlnlstraloi
First publication of this notice on
th.- 8th day of Ootol cr. IJ7J,
Myers, Kaplan, Porter
Levlnaon & Kcnin
By; Edwin ,M. Oinsburg, Baq.
Attorney for Administrator
i ISO s w isi Street
Miami. Florida 13130
1n r..t" --,i.";
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-20853
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
JOSE UODRini'EZ
Husband
and
JOSBPHINA F RODKHH'EZ
Wife
To: Joseph Inn F. Rodriguei
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Diasolutl......f Mar-
riage has been filed ngainel you and
you are required to serve a copy of
\"in written defenses, If any. to it
on siaiu.-y b. noooman, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 26X8 x \v
82nd Sir.-, t. Miami, Florida 33147, and
file ill.- original with Ihe clerk ol Ho
above styled couri on or before No-
limber -". 1972: otherwise a default
mil In- entered against y,.u for the
relief demanded in th,. lonipiuint or
petition.
This notice shall I... published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in IMF. JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of -aid courl al Miami. Florida on this
in .lay of October, 1972
E IV LEATHBRMAN,
As ru.rk. Circuit Courl
Dad.- Counts. Florida
Bj C M. BBAR8E
As Depul} i lerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
I" 13 jn-.'T 11 ::
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBRERT OP/EN that
tin- undersigned, desiring to engage
in business undor the fictitious name
ot EL MON8BNOR at i \ i: j,.,|
Street, Miami. Fla. Intends to regist- I
r said name lth tin- Clerk of the
Clrcull Court of Dade County, Florida
JOSE CAM A l.I.o"
' .!-J--J'.' "i i; 13
NOTICE O^ ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNT/.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-20908
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
Slo.MAKA CORALIA
Ql'INTANA PORTEZA, ii,
and
PEDRo PORTBZA, husband
in: PEDRO FORTB2A
Marinao i a Lisa, Cuba
Vor ARE HBKBR1 NOTIFIBD
that an action for Dlaaolutloit of Mar-
riage has been filed against yitu ;,r.,\
yOU .11" I'.ilUil'.'ll to s.'iv,' |.....py ,,|
your writ i.-a defenses, if any In it
on STEPHEN -I KERLINSKY I- V
attorney for Petli.......v. whose ad-
dresii .- i'-.-s Rlrd Road, Miami, Flor-
Ida sstBS, ami fn.. the original Ith the
clerk ot Hi, nbove styled iniurl on or
before Nov. IT. t'lT:. otherwise i tli -
'mil win I... entered agalm I | n [nt
th.- I'.ii.f demanded in th.- comnlainl
or netition.
This noii,,. ohall I.,- published once
each weak for four consecutive week*
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my ha.id and ih. ~,:,|
of said court at Miami. Florid.....i
this 11 day of i let., 15tir
R i: I BATHERM IN,
Aa Clerk, Circuit rourt
Dade county. Florida
I!> R. M. KI88EE
As Deputy 1 Hark
ti ir.uit Court Seal)
STICPHKX J BERLIN8KV, I'A
'.ss Bird Road
Miami Fl. 131(6
Attorney for Petitioner
11, 1. :.;.,. -7 11 ;
Ann. 7:1. of 1100 Weal Ave., pasaed
away Friday Oct. 1:1. dame her* in
tttl from New York. Member of
the Women's Aaudllary ot tiw Mi-
ami Henri Institute. First nesranlser
aui\ secretary of the Women's Aux-
iliary of Jewish Home for the Aged.
Maocabee Ioilg,- rs'nal ll'rith. Wom-
en's Auxiliary of Mount Sinai llos-
oital. Ornnil Chapter of the I >ain:h.
ters of the Eastern Star. Member of
Henrietta S*old Chapter of Hadas-
sah. Forte Towers Social Club. Mem-
ber of Both Jacob Congregation and
the Hebrew Academy. Survived by
brother Maurice Moss, Xcw York.
sister Mrs. Milton Itosenilial. New
York, nephews Marvin and Harold
Snath both of Long Island, X.Y. A
iii--.'" Mrs. Betty Green of New York.
Services were held Sunday al River-
side Memorial Chapel, 1930 Alton
Rd. witli interment In th* Star of
David Memorial Park.
GINSBURG. John M.. :.. of Miami
Beach. Riverside.
GREENSIDE. Herbert s 1;::. of
North Miami Beach. Riverside.
KOPKIND. Samuel. sT. of 2433 SW
18th Court Gordon, Interment Mt.
Sinai.
MENCHER, Simon. 71.. of :'::m Collins
Ave. Riverside.
SCHNEIDER. Mrs. Helen S.. :,:', of
Miami. Riverside. Inlcrm.nl Mt.
X. I.o.
AUSTIN, Carol. 81, ,,f .::.::n Ru(.
V'endome, Blaaberg.
KAUFMAN, Dave. 78. of It.'..', Collins
Ave. Blaaberg,
PAZORNIK. Rose, s7. of 2351
ington Ave. Blaaberg,
FARBER, Sarah, 7B. of Miami
Riverside,
U.''......*''> at KiV.rsi.l,."^'. '*S
Chapel, 1717 SW
m.-ni in Mi x, 1,
-.th A,
in, itn
1 '""I
I'iir.l
KRAUT. Mrs. Mathldla
Mlami^,,,,. mversid^TSSJ
LrniSS,':lk'-- "' J
L'r^c3,Brri5rpJ''-'
MANDEL. Mrs If,.., n, v
Miami Beach. Levitt. ** i
RICH. Bernard, 89, of \nh j,,,
ll'l I
"' Mian
of ffil
ni.nl
8. "f |iM vi
Wash-
Beach,
7",
'. of North Miami
of Xortli Miami
89, of 86S0 Crys-
..f North
NW
RITTBERG, Paul
Beach. Levitt,
TATZ, Charles.
Bench. Levitt.
BACKHAUT, It.-ssi.
tai Court. 1 lordon,
BRAGMAN. Alexander. 58,
Miami Beach. Riverside.
carlinsky. Peter. 79. of Miami
Beach, Riverside.
COHEN, Rose V... 7S. of Surfside.
Riverside.
FRIEDMAN, Sylvia, .".*. Of 7007
73nd St. Dlasberg,
, MARGOLIS, Alex, 73, of Star Lakes
Levitt. Interment Mt. Nebo,
ROTHSCHILD. Daisy B.. ^^. of Mi
ami Beach Riverside
SHEPPARD. AlVin, '.J. of .Miami
Beach. Riverside.
ZEVIN. Irwln A 4i: of North .Miami
I Beach. Riverside,
BANKS, Sarah, 83, of 151 XF. 52nd St
HERRMAN. Anna, 71. ol 6305 Collins
Ave. Riverside
STOLER. Bessie, 78, of 6A8 Euclid
Av... Riverside.
ALBERT, Sam, 75, of Ui-i" SW 22ud
Av.- Cordon interment .Mt. Sinai,
SCHWARTZ. Joseph a. of Haliau-
dale. Blaaberg,
TARASCH. Oertmde, 98, of Miami.
Ri\ erslde
FISHER, Anna, 98, of 151 X K 53nd
St. Newman
SILOW, Kitty
Riverside
wolman, Lena. 77.
Cr.-ek Dr. Riverside
Reach
RYDELL. Sidii.y. o|
Riverside.
SELESNICK. Mae, 87
Beach. Newman
SHECHTMAN. Annie
MrtgMAv*. Gordon
BORNSTEIN. Max
Av Riverside
berman (Dergsoni Adela a ..
M6 NE MTth Ter. Oordon
Interment Mt x,i,
EHRENKMANTZ. Joseph tl ,1 J
Jefferson Ave. Mashers
KLEIN, Edward .-.;. ,., ..... ... ,
SI. (lordon. ...... "I
MARGOLIS. Michael, W ot Sun ,j
Riverside. ttrf'*
OPPENHEIMER. Dr Paul V .
Hallandale. Riversld.
STE.n Stanley. 48. ... v..nll M
Beach. Levitt
SAPSIN. Jacob, 88, "i 12 Collln
Riverside.
KOLODNY, Dr Aaro 1 ,, u
landale. Interment Ml Sinai
YOSS. Pauline, 7.'.. of i;..,.i 1 u.
Ave, Riverside.
EoKES' i1"11"''' v''' "1 Miami feat
Riverside. Int..nil. in \u \,.|10
HEIKEN, Herbert I... 42, ol a 1
Whltehead St. Levitt
JAFFEE. Isidore. 59, of H
Riverside. Interment Mt s-.
MENDELSON. Max 94, ol .Mum,,
Riverside. Interment Ml N.I.
poley, Morris, 80, l.'.i.i" \i: 6tii
Ave. Blaaberg.
RUBEN, Sophie, of Miami Beset
Blaaberg.
WOLFF, Ralph II 44. of Miami
Riverside.
HEIMOWITZ, Max. il of ITH
r.iist st. Newman,
Ai.l
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Open fvery Day Cletti Srtboll
140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583
Miomi's Only Strictly Jtwnh
Monument Deoler
of Klin West Ave.
of 2839 India;
Palmer's
Miami Monument Company
3279 S.W. 8th Street, Miami
444-0921 444-0922
Closed On The Sabbath
Personalized Memorials Custom
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friday.
October 13, 1972
fJenist ncrUdffan
Page 15-B
LEGAL NOTKf
"notice of application
for tax deed
,h,.'{st" dav of June. A.D. 1970,
rifw i" office, and ha.
Sta -ippll.-atinn for a tax deed to
th.rcon. Sold Certificate
the followln* described
'"'ht-v in Ihe OountJT of Dado. State
^Sff* VOOH 3.'.. Floral Park
,., Amd Plat n"k Pane
th<
id;
LEGAL NOTICE
in
County Ol l>ade, State of Flor-
Tlil< d'-ed will be issued subject to
Ln other outstanding delinquent City
I Miami taxes and 1972 County taxes
inul 1M City of Miami taxes and
The assessment of said property
under th'- said crtifioate was in the
";|n:, of: Lewis N. Kinsey & W
'{' |es paid certificate shall he rc-
,,.m.-i according to law. the prop-
m described herein will he sold to
bhe highest bidder for cash at the
Puurthouse door on the first Monday
the month of November. IMS,
(fhlch i- the Gth day of November.
172
Bated this 29th day of September.
K. It LEATHBRMAN,
i l.rk of Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida.
[iy (' K lil'I.DSTRAND, D.C.
In | Court Seal
10/6-13-20-27
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Act* of 1941
File No. 72 A S33
\r>TlCE is HEREBY GIVEN that
id Vnn Gardiner holder of County
Sail Certificate N'o. 1360 issued
the 1-i day of June. A.P. !!?" has filed
me In my office, and has made ap-
plication l""r a tax deed to lie issued
i Said Certificate embraces
kla following described |iroperty in
h, County of bade, State of Florida,
i.-wit:
u 100 ft of E 4.10 fl of N'-i Tr 8.
hi. I 'i nes 2nd Rev.. Plat Hook
II Pave 51, Sections 12 and 13.
To uiflhlp 56 South, Range S9 East,
ifintahllng .32 ai'res more or less,
in I he County of Pade, State of
Florida,
This deed will he issued subject to
VT: County taxes and liens.
The assessment of said properly tin-
kler the said certificate was in the
le of: Arthur Williams & w .Mamie
nleaa Bald certificate shall be re-
lied according to law, the prop-
desdibed herein will he sold to
Jin highest bidder for cash at the
Pourthouae door on the first Monday
the month of November, 1OT8,
(uhi.ii is tin- nth day of November,
972
Haled this iiillj (Jay ,of September.
E. B. WEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Made County Florida.
B> I' F. OULDSTRAND. PC.
Circuit Court Seal
i" 6-18-80-87
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. 7220272
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IX RE;
ARM1NDO SANCHEZ.
Husband,
and
CONCBPCION SANCHEZ.
Wife.
TO: ConeepclOn Sanchez
N'o. 25 Perla del Sur Street
Reparto Flamingo
Havumon. Puerto Rico, ooiilD
TOO ARE HEItEHY NOTIFIEP
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 MAX A COI.DFARB, attorney for
Petitioner, whom' address Is Suite 414
Blacayne Ituihiing, 19 West Plagler
Street, Miami. Florida 3313". and file
the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before No-
vember 13. 1!'"-; otherwise a default
will be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the complaint or
petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
ill THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and Ih. seal
of said court at Miami. Florida on
this 8 day of October, 1978.
E. 11. l.EATHEKMAN.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Pad.- County, Florida
By c. P. copei.and
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
l Max A Cold fa rli
i Suite 414 Blacayne Building
, Miami. Florida 11130
Attorney for Petitioner
i" 6-18-80-27
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 71-3398 (Primm)
[NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
(APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
IIN RE: Estate of
|ANN.\ RRRGER
I M ised.
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
I Final Report and Petition for
Distribution and Final Discharge as
Kxei utor of the estate of Anna lter-
|ger, Deceased, and thnt on the IB day
of October, 1978, will apply to the
(Honorable County Judges of Pade
Vainly. Florida, for approval of said
1 Report and for distribution and
final discharge as Executor of the
of the above-named decedent.
I Tin. S day of Septeii.her, 1978.
Fred S'.iochi I
Executor
Kenneth M. Myera
Altm n.-v
1130 SW First Street
Miami, Florida 33130
IN THE 11TH CIRCUIT COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 72-20750
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: The marriage of
OLIDE WILLIAMS,
Wife.
vs.
VERNOM WILLIAMS.
Husband,
YOU. VEltNOM WILLIAMS, resi-
dence unknown, are required to file
your answer to the petition for Dis-
solution of Marriage with the Clerk
Of the above Court and serve a copy
thereof u|Kn Herman Cohen, Esq..
1310-11 Congress lildg., Miami. Flor-
ida, "ii or before November 13, 1973,
or else petition will be confessed.
Paled: I let. 1". 1978.
E. II. l.EATHEKMAN
Clerk, Circuit Court
By It. M. KISSEE
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
10/13-20-27 11/8
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-1777
FRANK B. DOWLING
In RE: Estate of
HEHMINIA JOSEFINA CERULIA
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demand* Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed in present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of HEILM1NIA JOSEFINA CERl'-
I.IA deceased late of Pade County.
Florida, to the County Judges of Bade
County and file the same in duplicate
and as provided In Section 733.10. Flo-
rida Statutes, In their offices in the
County Courthouse in Dude County,
Florida, within six calendar months
from the time of the first publication
hereof, or the same will he barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 11th
day of Sept.. AD. 1072.
PF.LAYO CKKCI.1A
As Administrator
First publication of this notice on
the 22nd day of September, 1972.
C.HOVKlt WEINSTKIN
& STAI'RER, PA.
Attorney for
Estate of Herminia Jonefina Cerulia
330 IJncoln Road.
.Miami Beach, Florida
0/22-29 10/0-13
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
\t> PROBATE
No. 72-4772
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estare -
CHARLES J. 8TOART
I leeeaSl'd.
To All Creditors and All Person.-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ERICS PLATANCTRES, ERIC'S
PlwVTAIN CHIPS at number 8881 \V\
Plagler Street, in the City of Miami,
Florida, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
Paled at Miami, Florida, this 18th
day of September, 1972.
I.A R8TRELLA S A.
a Foreign Corporation
by, ROBERTO CABRERA, President.
9/22-2!' I0/6-1S
lug Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
OJUlred to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of CHARLES J. 8TCART,
dec'used late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in duph
cate and as provided in Section 733.-
10. Florida Statutes in the County
Courthouse in Dado County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Flc-ida, this 19
day of September. A.D. 1972.
DOROTHY STI'ART
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 29 day of September, 1972.
FROMHEKCi. FROMBERC, & ROTH.
PA.
BY: LYNN W. FROMBEBO,
Attorney for Estate of
CHAIIIJ'.S J. STI'ART
M-102 RUcavne Bldg.
Miami. Florida
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
Whereas. KENNETH KASHA
: North .Miami Beach, Florida did o
Ilnv- I tin 9th day of June. AD, 1971 caus
to be incorporated under the laws r
'h/State of Florida FLORIDA LAND
OWNERS SERVICE BUREAU, IN(
a corporation, with its principal plnc-
of business at Miami. Dade County i
the State ot Florida, and whei.a
such corporation did on the 22nd da -
of September. A.D. 1972 cause (o he
filed lii tlie office ol ihe DepamiHi I
of Stale of the State of Florida, lb
documentan authority required ui -
d,r Section 0s.27, Florida Statute
showing ihe dissolution of such coi
poration.
Now. therefore, the Secretary
Slate does hereby certify to the fort
going and that he is satisfied tin.
the requirements of the law have
oeeii complied with.
GIVEN under my ban
and the Oreat Seal 1
Ihe State of llorlria, ;
Tallahassee, the Capita
this the 22nd day
September A.D., 1972.
RICHARD (DICK) STONE
Secretary of State
10/1:1 ;_
IN
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Act* of 1941
File No. 72 A 538
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Metro Consultants lne holder of City
of Miami Beach Tax Sale Certificate
No 8008 issued Ihe 1st day of June,
A.D. 1970. has filed same in my of-
fice, and has made application for a
tax deed to be issued thereon. Said
Certificate embraces the following
described property in Ihe County of
Had.. Slate of Florida, tO-Wlt:
lot 7 Block 0. Tatum Waterway
Sub., Plat Book 40 Page 2 in the
County of Dade, State of Florida.
This deed will be issued subject to
1972 County taxes and 1972 City ol
Miami Beach taxes anil liens.
The assessment of said property un-
der the said certificate was in the
name of: 801 W. 16 Co'P
Inless said certificate shall he re-
de, nod .....ordllig to law. the prop-
erty described herein will be sold to
the highest bidder for cash at the
Courthouse door on the first Monday
in tin' month of November. 1972.
which is the 0th day of November,
1972.
Dated this 29th day of September,
1972.
E. B LEATHBRMAN,
clerk of Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida.
P. F. OULDSTRAND, D.C.
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-4722
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
TIIEO (1. Al.VORD
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which vou may have against
Hie .slate of Til KM c,. Al.VORD de-
ceased late of Orafton County. New
Hampshire, to the County Judges of
Dade County, and file Ihe same In
duplicate and as provided in Section
733.16, Florida Statutes. In their of-
! flees In the County Courthouse in
Dade County. Florida, within six cal-
endar months from the time of the
first publication hereof, or ihe same
will be barred.
Dated at Ashland, N.H., this 18th
day of Sept.. A.D. 1972.
JAMES B. Al.VORD,
Ancillary Execulor
First publication of this notice
the 22 day of Sept 1972
MORTON 11. ZEMEL. ESQUIRE
Attornev for Ancillary Executor
1873 N.E Hi3rd Street
North Miami Bea 9/22-29 1" 6-18
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-20330
ACT.ON FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IV RE:
LUIS F MAYO
and
III .A LOUISE MAYO
TO: I.I I -A I.01ISE MAY"""
Hin Abercorn Street
Savannah. Georgia 314"l
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has I.....n filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to it
on Manuel Zalac, attorney for Peti-
tioner, Whose address is ISO S.E. Slid
Avenue. Suile 01". .Miami. Florida
83131, and file the original with the
clerk of Ihe above styled court on or
before Nov. 13. l'.'7'J. Otherwise a de-
fault will be entered against you for
the relief demanded In the complaint
or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each wck for four consecutive Weeks
ill THE JEWISH Fl.ORIPlAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court al Miami, Florida on this
:; day of I iciohcr, 1972.
E. I'.. LEATHBRMAN,
As Clerk, Circuit Conn
Dade County, Florida
By R M. KISSEE
As Deputy Clerk
(ClrCUll Court Seal)
10/6-18-80-87
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN th;
the undersigned, desiring to engas
III business Under the fiCtitlOUS 11.111
of ALEX THE CONTRACTOR ;
12S30 8.W. 30th Street, Miami, Fl
Intends to register said name wll
the Clerk of ihe Clrcull Court of Dai
County, Florida.
ALEXIS MENDOZA
10/13-20-87 11 :
on
By .
9 28-29 1" 8-18 Circuit Courl Seal
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA
TO ALI, To WHOM THESE PRES-
KN'TS SHALL COME. GREETINGS:
Whereas, EDWARD <:. CHASE,
Miami Reach, Florida: ALFRED
SHERMAN, Miami Beach, Florida.
and SAMUEL MILLER. Miami Beach,
Florida did on the 14th day of Sep-
tember, A.D. 1949 cause to be Incor-
porated under the lows of the State
of Florida CHASE JEWELRY COM-
PANY a corporation, with its princi-
pal place of business at Miami, Dade
'"unty in the State of Florida, and
win Has the proper officers of such
corporation did on the 25th day of
September, A.D. 1972. cause to be
f'l.-il in the office of the Secretary of
BUte of the state of Florida, a Cer-
tificate of Amendment changing its
lie name to X-RAM INC. and
whereas such corporation did on the
inl day of October, AD. 1972, cause
'" be filed iii the office of the Secre-
tary of State of the State of Florida.
the documentary authority required
under Section G08.27, Florida Statutes,
"bowing the dissolution of such cor-
poration.
Now. therefore, the Secretary of
'ate does hereby certify to the fore-
* and that he is satisfied that
'equlretnentfl of the law have
complied with.
IN WITNESS WHERE-
OF, I hnve hereunto set
my hand and have af-
fixed the (ireal Seal of
'he State of Florida, at
Tallahassee, the Capital,
this the 3rd day of Oc-
tober. AD. 1972.
RICHARD (DICK) STONE
Secretary of State
10/13/72
10,0-13-20-27
the
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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 RE: The Marriage of
MARY LEE TEL>DER
LARRY TEDDER
TO: LARRY TEDDER
c/o Aaron Edwards
Route 1
Red Springs, N'orih < arolina
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
rlaKe has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy ol
your written defenses, if any to It
;. max P. ENC.EI-. attorney tor Pe-
titioner, whose address Is 140 N W.
loth Avenue, Suite 17-G, Miami, Flor-
ida 33130, and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court on or
before Nov. 13th. 1972: otherwise a
default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in Ihe com-
plaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.OR1DIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal or
said courl at Miami. Florida on this 2
day of Oct.. 197.'.
E. B. LEATHBRMAN,
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By R. M. KISSEE
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Max P. Engel
1400 N.W. U'th Aveliue, Suite 17-U
Miami, Florida 33136 (379-3811)
Attorney for Petitioner
in 8-13-80-87
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT,
IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 72-4325
IN RE: ESTATE OF
ROBIN FRINKS
and ROBERT .1. FRINKS. JR.
Minors Incompetent
CITATION (Publication)
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO MILDRED FRINKS and all other
persons concerned:
You are hereby notified that a peti-
tion has been filed in said Court
praying f"r MARGARETTE FRINK8
to !" appointed c.unrdian of person
and properly of ROBIN FRINKS and
ROBERT .1. FRINKS. JR., minors
and you are hereby required to file
vour written defenses thereto within
thirty days after the first publica-
tion or posting hereof, and serve a
copy thereof upon petitioner's nt-
lornev, whose name and address are:
KWITNEV AND KROOP, Suite 512,
420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Flo-
rida. If vou fail to do so. Judgment
may be entered iii due course upon
Hie petition.
WITNESS my hand and Ihe seal ol
sabl Court al Dade County, Florida
this 19th day of Sept., 1972.
FRANK B. DOWLING
Countv Judge
By: MET.BA C, DICK
Clerl:
(C. J. Seal)
9 23-29 1" 0-13
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-4933
JOHN R. BLANTON
IN RE: Estate of
PEARL SCHMISEI.
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of PEARL BCHMI8EL de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida.
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Ihide County. Flor-
ida. Within six calendar months from
the time of (he first publication here-
of, or the same Will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 26th
day of September, A.D 197'-'
SELMA N. RASKIN
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 29th day of September, 1972.
BAXTER A FRIEDMAN
1878 N.E. 103rd Street
North Miami Beach. Florida
'29 '0/6-13-211
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 RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
EVELYN I.ENORA JOLLY,
and
LARRY JOLLY
TO: LARRY JOLLY
Residence unknown.
VOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
lhal an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
vou are required to serve a copy ol
vour written defenses. If any. to u on
Frederick B. Bplegel, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is i"i North-
west 18th Avenue, Miami. Florida
88128, and file the original with Ihe
clerk of the above sivled court on or
before Nov. 3, 1972: otherwise a de-
fault will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the complaint
or petition.
This nolle* shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court :ii Miami, Florida on ibis
27 day Of Sept.. 1972.
E. B. LEATHBRMAN,
As Clerk, Circuit Court
1 lade County. Florida
By R. M. KISSEE
As Deputy Clerk
(Clrcull Curl Seall
Frederick B. Spiegel
ioi Northwest 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida 33I2X
Attorney for Petitioner
I'll. 3S8-7S58
1" 8-18-80-87
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-3795
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
ANNA ALT SI 'LEI!
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate: ...
You are hereby notified nnd required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of ANNA Al.TSli EK deceased
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and;
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH I
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-20666
NOTICE TO APPEAR
(BY PUBLICATION)
Al EN RRKITBART and SYLVIA
K. BKEITBART
1 'llll III J11 s.
VS.
JAMES WAI.DEN.
Defendant
To: JAMBS WAI.I'EN
Residence Unknown
and
Bach and all unknown persons, pi -
lie.- and defendants who claim by,
through, under or against the afor -
said JAMES wai.den. whether
spouses, heirs, devisees, grantees, a--
signe.s. Ueiiors. creditors, trustees '
otherwise, as lo each and all of whout
residence is unknown,
anil
Bacll and all unknown persons, pa-
lies and defendants, as to each and
all of whom residence is unknoun.
having or claiming to have any rigl
title or Interest in or to the followii.,;
described property, which is (he su -
Jecl matter of ihe aliove-st \ led can--.
viz:
Part 1 2108 N.W. 7th Avenue.
I I 'ai ll Register
I i9or, Ford Falcon Econovan
1 Rack for poly hags
i Sewing machine
:i Standing clothes rat ks
Mise. hanging pipe Clothes la. Us
2 Ptlllty press. >
1 Mushroom press
3 Puff irons IL' on 1 stand)
i Vacuum machine connected to T
presses
2 Tumblers (dryers)
i Dry cleaning wheel with filter
alia.bed
l Slid.- (used from wheel to
extractor I
I Extractor
i spoiling board
:i clothes haskets
1 Boiler with water tank attached
2 Solvent tanks (i underground, i
above ground
I Washing machine
1 Refrigerator
Part 2 1539 N.W. 3rd Avenue
2 Electric conveyors
I Assorting rack (manuali
I R:o li for poly hags
3 Baskets (clothes)
1 Cash register
I Can
i Refrigerator
SCHEDULE "B"
(non-working equipment)
3 Tumblers
I Ptlllty press
I Mushroom press
:: Motors
I Cash Register
I i leaning wheel (standing outside
i Washing machine
SCHEDULE "C"
: Fuel oil tanks owned by ,
Dixie Bell Oil Co.
SCHEDULE "D"
All tools including Jarge vise in
stand and metal pipes not oonneoted
to and machinery and fillings for
same remain the property of thrt
Sellers hut will be left on the prem-
ises tor ihe buyers use, ll he so de-
sires, until the Sellers have need t i
them.
Vol. AND EACH OF YOU, are here-
by notified that a Complaint has been
filed by the above-named Plaintiffs*
against you and each of you to fore-
close a mortgage on the above-de-
scribed property in tlie above-styled
cause and you and each of you are>
hereby required to file an Answer or
other Pleading responsive thereto
With the Clerk of thfl above-entitled
Circuit Courl and to serve a copy of
wlthll six calendar months from Die
lime if the first publication hereof.
or the same will be barred.
Dated al .Miami, Florida, this 2nd
day of August, A.D. 1972.
GERTRUDE A. BERNSTEIN
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 22 da>' of September, 1972
BARNEY BERNSTEIN
Attornev far Executrix
l,n S E 2nd Avenue. Miami, Fin
9 --:: I" 6-13
alliga-
be taken
vember, 1972. otherwise thi
tions of said Complaint will
as confessed by vou.
DONE and ORDERED al the Dadl
County Courthouse, Miami. Florida,
this ii day of October, 1972.
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of th,- above-entitled Court
BY: c. p. copELAND
hei'ITY CLERK
(Clrcull Court Seui -'
,9/13 20-27 11, i.


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