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The Jewish Floridian
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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla
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October 20, 1972

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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Four Security Officials Asked To Resign
JERUSALEM (JTA) Pre-
L-ier Golda Meir revealed this
I week that she has asked four
I Israeli security officials to re-
c;pi as a result of the recom-
mit ions of the Koppel Com-
Ijnlttee which was set up last
I month to investigate security
I aspects Israeli and German
Lj th.- Munich tragedy where
111 Isiaeli athletes were killed
by Palestinian terrorists on
Sept. 5.
Mrs. Meir also sharply criti-
cized West German authorities
for inadequate security mea-
sures at the Olympic Village.
She implied in her speech to the
Knesset on the opening day of
its winter session that one of
the faults of Israeli security at
Munich was a failure to press
the Germans hard enough to
alter their faulty concepts of
security.
A three-hour debate followed
Mrs. Melr's speech during which
the government was aorrrsetl of-
ronceullng the contents of the
Koppel report from the appro-
priate Knesset committee.
The Koppel Committee, ap-
pointed by Mrs. Meir, was
headed by former Police Chief
Pinhas Koppel, and included
Avigdor Bartel. general director
of the Haifa refineries, who has
previously served on various
investigating committees, and
Moshe Kashti, general director
of Zim shipping lines and former
general director of the Defense
Ministry.
The German concept of se-
curity, as described in the Bonn
government's own report on the
Munich tragedy, had ruled out
the posting of armed guards in-
side the Olympic Village. Only
the night watchmen wore pistols
and the Germans relied on
checks at the gate which were
"meaningless in practice." Mrs.
Meir said.
t< uiitiiii- ^Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UN/TIT and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
/olume 45 Number 42
Miami, Florida Friday, October 20, 1972
Two Sections Price 25c
Lebanon Complains To Council
By Special Report
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y.
Lebanon comp'ained to the U.N.
ft curity Council Monday, against
srael's latest air strikes on Arab
guerrillas inside Lebanon after
sraei'S jets hit four targets in
Lebanon and one in Syria in
vhat military officials in Tel
kviv said was the beginning of
. new policy of hitting Arab ter-
rorists before they can strike.
Although complaining to the
I niti'ii Nations, the Lebanese
vernmeot dki not request a
neeting of the Security Council.
It merely asked that the com-
plaint be distributed as a Se-
iirity Council document.
The announcement of the com-
plaint was made in Beirut after
I-ebanese foreign minister,
Chaiil Abu Hamad, met with the
nbassadors of the five perma-
nent members of the Security
Council: the United States, Brit-
kin, France, China and the So-
viet Union.
Even if headlines and worH
pinion oppose the raids, Israel
convinced the action was ne.s-
ssary to protect "fundamental
;tal interests." It was signifi-
thai I^elvmon and Svria did
not immediately demand an
emergency Security Council
meeting, as they have on previ-
ous Israeli raids, sources said.
Officials noted that the Arab
attempt to "bury" the terror-
ism issue is failing in the wake
of the three-week debate in the
General Assembly, which was
punctuated by repeated condem-
nation of terrorism. An inter-
national climate of concern for
the problem has permeated the
world community, they observed,
and the Arabs have been put
on the defensive.
Postal Authorities Expand
Bomb Detection Efforts
New Crisis Looms Over Hausner Bill
JERUSALEM (WNS) With
the Knesset reconvening this
week, the possibility of a new
government crisis again arises.
The Independent Liberal Par-
ty has announced that it will
continue in its fight for the
limited civil marriages bill which
was submitted to the Knesset
by Gideon Hausner last June,
but shelved in order to avert a
crisis.
Premier Golda Meir warned
that if the Mapam faction, part
of the Labor Alignment, sup-
ported the ILP hill, she would
be forced to dissolve the co-
alition. However, many believe
that the election of Rabbi Shlo-
mo Goren to the post of Chief
Ashkenazic Rablii. will prevent
such a showdown If Rabbi Gor-
en can persnade the LihexaLs to
give him time to find a halachic
solution to the problem of civil
marriage.
The Hausner bill proposes
civil marriages for couples who
are barred by religious law from
marrying. Chief among these
are "mamzers," people deem-
ed illegitimate by the Rabbinate
and therefore only allowed to
marry other mamzers, and di-
vorced women who are not al-
lowed to marry Cohens.
Rabbi Goren, who is consid-
ered to be one of the most lib-
eral of Israel's rabbis, has said
that he can find halachic solu-
tions to these problems.
NEW YORK (WNS) The
United States Postal Inspection
Service and the Bureau of Cus-
toms have moved to expand
efforts to detect and intercept
letter bombs sent to this coun-
try from abroad.
This action came following
the explosion this week of a
letter bomb in a Bronx post
office. A post:ii clerk had both
hands injured when an envelope
which he was sorting exploded
in his hands.
Some reports said that the
envelope carried a Malaysian
postmark and was addressed to
a Hadassah official, while others
said that the letter was com-
pletely destroyed and no iden-
tifying marks were noted.
Last week two letter bomlis
were sent to members of Hadas-
sah, the women's Zionist organ-
ization. Both letters bore .Malay-
sian postmarks. At that tlnv
federal authorities had reported
that they were X-raying suspi-
cious mail arriving In Washing-
ton, particularly Items addressed
to Jewish members of Congress.
The Beirut correspondent for
the London Sunday Times re-
ported that Shafik el Hout,
Palestinian Liberation Organi-
zation leader, had declared, "We
have to shock the West out of
its guilty conscience about the
Jews, and into recognizing the
plight of the Palestinian people.
That's why Lydda and Munich
'.ere such tactical successes.
They showed we were prepared
to die for our cause."
Court Says Kahane
Must Stay In Israel
JERUSALEM UTA) The
Supreme Court has overruled a
Tel Aviv district court's order
that would have permitted Rab-
bi Meir Kahane, leader of th<
Jewish Defense League, to leave
the country while authorities de-
cide whether they will charge
him in connection with JDL arms
smuggling attempts.
Rabbi Kahane's passport was
confiscated when he was re-
manded in custody last month.
A magistrate's court released
him on bail but did not return
hi- passport.
$62.5 Million Sales Agreement With Israel Signed
WASHINGTON, D.C. The
: artment of Agriculture
nice 1 the signing of a
Law 480 agreement with
providing for the sale of
f million worth of U.S. feed-
f wheat and/or flour, edi-
table oil and tobacco.
Participating in the signing
Beremony at the U.S. Depart-
ment ol State in Washington
"!' Ambassador Yit'/.hnk K-.ihin
! Israel and l.'.S. Assistant Sec-
tary of State Joseph S. Si-co.
The Title I. dollar credit
i nl provides for $41.6 mil-
worth (about 650.000 met-
- or 25.6 million bushels)
! rains, $16.9 million
orth (about 200,000 metric
'iic tons of 7.34 mi'ion bush-
is' of wheat or what cquiva-
t in flour, $3.6 million worth
out 15.000 metric tons or 33.1
illlon ixmnds) of edible vese-
ihle oil. and $400000 worth
(about 200 metric tons or 441,-
DOO pounds) of tobacco.
Supply period Is Calendar
V.Mr 1973. Sale* will be made
i>> private U.S. traders on a
imutiscriminatory basis. Pur-
fchaae authorizations will be an-
nounced as Issued.
During negotiation of this
agreement, the government of
Israel announced it will con-
tinue to carry out its agricultu-
ral self-he'p program, further
Increasing food production
through intensive use of exist-
ing cropland, improving the fa-
cilities for the storage and dis-
tribution of food commodities.
and emphasizing adaptive re-
search to develop new high
yielding crop verities.
Ambassador Yitzhak Rabin of Israel and U.S. Assistant
Secretary of State Joseph Sisco sign Public Law 480, an
agreement with Israel providing for the sale of $62.5 mil-
lion worth of agricultural products during the calendar
year 1973.


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Friday. October
FLORIDA ADL CHARGES
Birch Society Seeks
American Party Rule
Th.- Florida offiw of the Anti-
Defamation League of Bnai B'rith
say-; the John Birvh Society is
engaged in mass distribution in
Florida ot a 141-page anti-Semitic
book, "None Dare Call It Can-
piracy," it has been reported.
Burton Yours, chairman of
ADL's executive committee. ?aid
<*ist:\l>ution ot the book is part of
a national effort of the Birch
Society to shore up its dwindling
membership through a take-over
: the American Party, whose
presidential candidate is John
SchmUz.
He charged the American Party,
ihe Birch Society and Schmt/.
who wrote the foreword to the
i k, with ''approving and dis-
tributing anti-Semitism."
Mr 5 '. ./. a Cor
fr m Orange Count:- Cal.. and his
vie lential running mate
Tom Anderson, are both members
i : the Birch Society's National
Coiin
Mr. V tung said ;!' tusands of
(:, o! th book have been di<-
1: ;! ii by Birch pters in
F1 : la. !i sai I "m
:".;. donated enough
th'
sidents in their at ea "
. tions of the book
tend} anti-Semitic, despite the
disclaimers of the Birch Society
; -1 a i an Party." Arthur
Teitelbaum, ADL's Florida Re-
gional director, said the work 1-
'another in a long line of political
polemics designed to prove the
col spiraey theory of American
hist >ry j>romulgated by Robert
\\ 'Jch, the Birch Society's
founder."
The book was written by Gary
Allen, who is described by the
ADL as a Birch Society pam-
ph'eteer, soeaker and contributing
*5V vat* yn tfai
ppimpm *S* ^w ar
tabbi Joseoh E. Rackovsky
Phone 672-7306
?45 MICHIGAN AVE., MIAMI BEACH
editor to the JBS's monthly pub-
'.caution, American Opinion."
The book's theme is that there
is a secret cabal of jiowerful "In-
siders" who created and control
an alleged Communist conspiracy
"run from New York, London and
Paris" to take over the world. In
I a chapter called "The Money M:.-
i nipulators." Jewish bankers are
' depicted as some of the most pow-
erful and prominent of the "In-
siders" and as playing a key role
i in the alleged conspiracy.
The book falsely charges Jewish
hankers with having financed Hit-
i >er. with having bankrolled the-
j Bolshevik Revolution, with having
set up the Federal Reserve Sys-
tem as a scheme to gain control
1 of the American economy, and
with having manipulated the
American peop'e and the U S. gov-
ment sin?e at least 1913.
"Evei id. non-Jewish villains in
the book at let el -d as sto
of Jews and Jewish International
ankei s." said Mr. Teiti Ibaum. He
-aid "these allegation- have n
i ;- in fact and have long been
tandard themes of anti-Semitic
an l ani i-S ind-
:st>."
5 ne months ago C i -
Schmitz. before becoming a i in-
:" the American Party, was
asked by ADL <> withdraw his
endorsement of the book in the
name ol human .'. ;cency and hon '-t
scholarship" Rep. S.hmitz refused
ami instead began inserting por-
tions of the hook in the Congres-
sional Record.
Mr. Teitelbaum said the Anti-
Defamation League is a non-parti-
san. non-|>olitical organization,
"but we do not remain silent t<-
the use of anti-Semitism in a
poli'iral campaign."
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Volume 45
Friday. October 20, 1972
Number 42
12 HESHVAN 5733
Contradictions Reveal Dilemma
Israel's Defense Minister, Moshe Dayan, in a recent
speech tor local consumption, reaffirmed his belief
that Israel today has the kind of borders she can best live
with. There is no further point, he made it quite clear, in
talking about interim agreements and the nation should
get used to the situation in the Middle East as ft exists,
coming to grips with such problems as living with Arabs
in the occupied territories and the question of their em-
ployment in Israel.
At about the same time, Foreign Minister Abba Eban's
annual statement to the 27th General Assembly of the
United Nations was regarded as assuring Egypt, in par-
ticular, that everything standing between them was sub-
ject to negotiation and that an interim agreement on re-
opening the Suez Canal was the best way to start the
peace process Israel's preoccupation with maintaining the
ceasefire until peace was obtained, to quote Mr. Eban,
"did not seek to perpetuate the ceasefire lines or freeze
the existing situation forever."
The seeming contradictions in speeches by two of
Israel's highest ranking officials is indicative of the dilemma
that continues to confront the Jewish state in its efforts to
find a solution in the Middle East which can bring peace
at last to that troubled area. In spite of this, there seem to
be some faint signs that behind the rhetoric including
Sadat's recent proposal on the Palestinian question which
was rejected summarily by Golda Meir there may be
some genuine attempts at reaching agreement
Some Interesting Developments
The difficulties being encountered by synagogues
across the country continue to lead to some interesting
developments which, if not exactly a trend, certainly bear
further study by religious observers.
In Salt Lake City, the two Jewish congregations, one
Reform and one Conservative, have just completed a mer-
ger. In Chicago, conversion classes this fall semester will
be a joint effort of the Conservative and Reform rabbinical
regional bodies. And in Manchester, N.H., the Reform and
Conservative congregations have set up a joint Junior-
Senior Religious High School. Discussions continue in
other cities, not only where there are few Jews but, also,
significantly,, in much larger cities where the pressures
foT joint action might not appear to be so great.
Leaders Split On Political Lines
From a distance, it appears that American Jewish lead-
ers active on behalf of Soviet Jewry now find themselves
split along "partisan political" lines on the issue of how
best to fight the recently imposed Soviet migration tax
on educated Jews wishing to leave for Israel.
In a report to the London Jewish Chronicle, the corre-
spondent pointed out that President Nixon told "a group
of prominent Jews working to reeled him" that harsh con-
froniation with the Soviet Union on the issue would be
counter-productive. The result was an emergency meeting
of the National Conference on Soviet Jewry "apparently
dominated by supporters of Sen. George McGovem"
which accused the President of paying only lip service to
the migration tax problem.
Adding fuel to the fire was the statement in the London
article that the emergency gathering was "held at the
prompting of the Israeli government."
At home, most American Jews continue to be con-
cerned with the efforts being made to woo their votes in
this highly specialized and divisive manner. The fate of
the Soviet Jews is a concern of all who love freedom
the support of people of all faiths attests to that and
particularly Jews of every political belief. To inject this
issue into the current presidential race speaks poorly of
the leadership of those "American Jewish leaders" who
lend themselves to this kind of tactics.
Mich. "^Tntfus*
bizarre campaign, it is common
to hear liberal Democrats con-
soling themselves for the hor-
rors of 1972 with happy thoughts
about 1976. They believe Spiro
T. Agnew will be the Republi-
can nominee four years from
Rl.fi
now; and they are sure they
can make mincemeat of him.
Maybe they are right. Further-
more. 1976 is a long, long way
ahead. But it really is time, all
the same, for someone to point
out that the vice president is
currently emerging as a much
-wo^jewxPAy!
'0T*a
more formidable po!:-'^a f;.
raftiiberai Dem~*2
SOME DAYS ago, this re-
porter flew out to Detroit with
the vice president and caueht
his act here. It was an immense
surprise to anyor., who had
never seen Mr. Asn-^w on Ilw
strmp before. Nothing couji
have been less like this pictun
of Spiro Agnew conveyed by his
stumbling efforts in 1968. and
his ornate and violent orator*
of 1970.
In Detroit, he was dignified
without being pompom, fervent
without being shrill effecth*
without being tricky He estab-
lished such a rapport with his
main audience the leaders of
the influential Pol i-h-American
Congress that they spontane-
ously rose and san; the Polish
greeting song. "May You Live a
Thousand Years!" when the vice
president was leaving the hall.
THE SPEECH was of the
type that all politicians reserve
for such occasions, with a lot ia
it about Polish heroes like Co-
pernicus. Kosciusko and Marie
Sklodowska Curie. But aside
from pronouncing Kosciusko's
name three differer.- ways ir.
succession a pardonable slip
he delivered the ?>t>ch quite
admirably. And ther- was loud
cheering when the :e presi-
dent talked about what it waj
like to be an ethnic.
"I am of Greek heritage." he
(Continued on Pace 15-A)
by EDWARD I Oil
I am beginning to believe it
myself. There is a Jewish vote.
Smothered by magazines
Catholic. Protestant. Christian
Science and Jewish news-
papers and weeklies of all sha I -
of opinion. I even had a night-
mare in which the Jews de.ided
to stay away from the polls.
They called the election off. of
course.
WKlX, maybe it isn't as bad
as it reads. Once upon a time,
it seems, there was a Jewish
vote. Our people held beliefs,
according to Anthony Lewis of
the New York Times, which af-
fected their voting patterns.
These were, he tells us. a re-
spect for scholarship and intel-
lect, a concern for justice, and
compassion.
The Jewish community in the
United States has traditionally
voted with the Democratic
Party, writes Israel Lewis Horo-
witz in the Catholic Common-
weal, not as an act of contrition
or faith, but rather in the be-
lief that the party expressed
the best interests of the Ameri-
can political community in its
search for universal justice and
complete equity. "The Jews are
a unique force in American poli-
tics in that, despite their class
backgrounds or interests, they
have the capacity to vote and
act beyond their class and be-
yond class interest constraints."
IN THE same issue of the
magazine, Jack Nusan Porter,
points in another direction. 'The
harsh reality of American life
for the Jew is that he is no
longer considered an oppressed
minority group. Though there
are pockets of forgott"n Jewish
poor in New York. Boston and
a few large urban centers, the
overwhelming majority of Jews
in America are miu.i.e-Ciass ,o
lower upper-class and they have
the highest median income of
any ethnic group in the country."
Thus he sees a "growing conser-
vatism among American Jews"
and pei-cives Richard Nixon
making large inroads in the tra-
ditional 85''< Jewish Demo-
cratic vote.
As for the Israel question,
which at one time seemed to
loom so large as a campaign
issue, "the debate iif American
circles of whether to support
Nixon or McGovern is largely
devoid of any empirical content."
according to sociologist Horo-
witz.
INSTEAD, he writes, it re-
flects "a serious shift in the so-
cial condition and political po-
sition of the upper strata of
American Jews who. unable to
fa?e up to the challenge of do-
mestic life, choose a convenient
rhetoric of support for Israel
instead."
But American domestic life
provides real reasons for Jew-
ish concerns, most of us living
in urban centers and involved
in the conflicts which are the
result of that life.
THAT, really, is what the
apparent shift in voting senti-
ment is all about and for An-
thony Lewis 'The question is
whether those immediate feel-
ings should matter more than
the deeper strains in Jewish
thought. The answer for me is
no." (Lewis, by the way. is Jew-
ish with Miami relatives).
For Horowitz, editor-in-chief
of Society (formerly trans ac-
tion I, the summation is coinci-
dcntally quit si i
the question mi ally -
or perhaps even
-hall the Jews tin loys.
to their histori
versa! Justice, or si
come just one moi
givat chain o; Prot stant Boa-
i Being that
do : riant sectors
lijan Party?
SINCE my prim
have been with the
munity. these ana
new for those ve read
my comments durin tli" past
three year- when
the signs of char.
And. as we ap
ti^n which will
of the question I
that if there ten I
then we're in ,roiu'"
as a people than most of f
have thought. Foi the sv
age Jew has fa : I into I"
imitation of other--, if a cern for justice npass**
a respect for intelleci and scWj
arship. are no longer part
our baggage, ther. as the f3
sage. Hillel. aske 1 what am '
WHILE in W sh .-ton re-
cently I read a story about t
Air Force sergeant ho tiirneo
in Gen. Jo.m I....
Ipk the illegal bombing e
North Vietnam. He said some-
thing I believe I shall never
get: "Even though Im not
Jew by birth. I think ofmjjj
as one. and I remernfcer m
while Hitler was burning tiff
,U. the German peoole saWtW
didn't really know for sure *
was going on." .
Even if we forget our*
tage. apparently there-areo
ers who believe in it enougn
carry on.
I


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+Jewislifk>rkttair>
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Dr. Irving Lehrman
ZOAVGuest Speaker
Dr. Irving Lehrman, national
V;C(. president of the Zionist Orga-
nization of America and president
of the Synagogue Council of Amer-
ica, was to be the guest speaker at
the ZOA meeting in the Seacoast
Faculty Members
Of Hillel School
Attend Seminar
The Hebrew and secular staff
I of the Hiliel Community Day
School. 21288 Biscayne Blvd., will
Iattend an all day learning session
I for teachers on Tuesday.
Principal. Rabbi Uov Bidnick,
Iwho will also attend the seminar
[at the Dwight Eisenhower Ele-
Imentary School, said that th*-e
[will nut be any classes at Hillel
[that day to enable the staff of 15
lleachers to sit in on classes at
Ithe Nova School.
As part of the curriculum for
lillel this year, Rabbi Bidnick is
essing "individualization and
Catering to the needs of each
thild." The Nova seminar will
roncentrate on up-to-date methods
\,t giving each child the optimum
individualization.
Palace Playhouse, Thursday at 8
p.m.
Dr. Lehrman. spiritual leader of
Temple Emanu-El. Miami Beach,
since 1943, recently returned from
his 26th trip to the State of Is-
rael where he attended the ZOA's
75th Jubilee Convention.
Dr. Lehrman is immediate past
chairman of the UJA's Rabbinic
Advistory Council and a member
of the executive committee of the
United Jewish Appeal.
Myron H. Cohen chairman of
ZOA's 25th Anniversary National
Israeli Song Festival, who was to
nreside at this meeting, is a mem-
ber of the Convention Hall Ad-
visory Board, vice president of
the B'nai B'rith, and an officer
of Temple Emanu-El.
Mr. Cohen, who was recently
appointed to the advisory board of
the Carner Bank, divides his time
between Miami Beach and New
York City, where he is chairman
of the board of the M.I.M. Labor
Corporation. His wife, Louise,
president of the American Wom-
en's ORT was recently named Mi-
ami Beach's Woman of the Year.
She will be the hostess of the
evening.
UJA Appoints Colburn
National Cash Chairman
MYRON H. COHEN
Temple Beth Moshe Honors
Its New Member Families
The Friday evening service will
be dedicated to the new member
families who have affiliated with
Beth Moshe, according to an an-
ncun-ement made bv Rabbi Jovoh
A. Gorfinkel and Charles Weiss-
man, congregation president, and
the temple Sisterhood will host
the Onig Shabbat in their honor.
The service will he held in Beth
Moshc's new location. 2225 NE
12'st St., Sans Souci Estates at
8:15 n.m.
Gerald S. Colburn of Milwaukee,
Wis., a United Jewish Appeal na-
tional chairman and cochairman
of its Operation Israel Program,
has been named by UJA general
chairman Paul Zuckerman to suc-
ceed Dr. Sidney Edclstcrn, of F.n-
glewood, N.J., as national cash
chairman.
As cash chairman, Mr. Colburn
will head a national cash commit-
tee responsible for coordinating
the cash collections of funds in
the American Jewish community.
"Nothing is more important to
us and the immigrants arriving
in Israel than a continued and
regular traasmittal of funds for
UJA-supported programs meeting
vital needs in the areas of immi-
grant absorption, health, educa-
tion and welfare," Mr. Zuckerman
declared in announcing the ap-
pointment.
Long active in Jewish commu-
nal affairs. Mr. Colburn is a past
general chairman of the Jewish
Welfare Fund in Milwaukee, di-
rector of the Friends of the He-
brew University, Beth Israel Syn-
agogue and the Midwest Council
of the Anti-Defamation League.
The president of Jak-Pak, Inc..
and Product* Packaging Con'-, he
is on the board of directors of
Mount Sinai Medical Center, and
is a director at the Wisconsin Di-
vision of the board of Brandeis
University.
Men's ORT Conclave
To Hear Gov. Carter
Gov. Jimmy Carter will deliver
the principal address at the South-
ern Men's ORT Conference to be
held in Atlanta Sunday, October
29, according to an announcement
made by Dr. Harry H. Epstein,
conference honorary chairman, and
Dr. Marvin C. Goldstein, president
of Atlanta Men's ORT.
Delegates assembling at the
Ahavath Achim Congregation,
Pcarhtree Battle Ave.. will hear
reports on services established by
ORT, in conjunction with the Is-
rael government to aid in the ad-
justment, skill training and em-
ployment of recent Soviet Jewish
emigres to Israel.
School Council Slated
The Community Council of the
Ida M. Fisher Community School
will be held Wednesday at 7:30
p.m. Murray Wergeles is Council
chairman.
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Friday. Qctooer 2: !972
ISRAEL
WHAT DO YOU
KNOW ABOUT
A forty week quiz, marking the 25th anniversary
celebration of the birth ol Israel, has been pre-
pared for this aad 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.
1. Name the son:: about Jerusalem which sained popularity
after the Six-Day War.
2. Who i- considered the father of Cultural Zionism?"
' What is Israel's favorite hobb\ ?
4. What does the word Hatikvah, Israel's national anthem,
mean?
. 5. Who founded Youth Aliyah? And why?
6. Who was the father of the Jewish National Fund?
T. What was the key statement in the Balfour Declaration?
When was it Issued?
b. What is Israel's form of :>vernment ?
< the establishment of the state bj what name was
the Jewish community of Palestine referred to'
10. What part ol Israel is known as the "Wild West?''
\nsver-. to the 11 < \ questions will he found upside down
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of Isisti Si\ ejIMslluill answered correctly is pa-sing. Check the
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Siegel Attending
4-Dav Conference
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SHney Siesjel. executive vice
ore-'ident of the Miami Beach He-
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ilt'i a-nual m-e'inc nnd confer-!
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!mo.
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nroved services for the nation's
elderly.
Institutes for administrators of
nonprofit nursing homes, retire-
ment homes and housing projects
for the elderly and a program fo.-
chaplains are scheduled.
George \V. Rorr-ev. secret a ry
Of the Department of Housing and
Urban Development. Washington.
D.C.. heads the list of speaker-.
The American Association of
Homes for the Aging is the na-
tional organization of nonprofit-
health care facilities for the elder-
ly Mr. Siegel has been a mem-
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inception.
(ED/TORS \OT: The foliou-in*.
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lurcs written b> men-.hers of the Ency
a Judaism staff m Jerusalem
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A The jeaturette* offer an m-
rigfcl i>u.> the historical background of
tnportan: issutl in the newt.)
Uganda has been in the news in
recent months for many reasons
including the break with Israel
and President Idi Amin's recent
statement sympathizing with Hit-
'.'-i-s annihilation of the Jews.
Uganda f:r-.t came into Jewish
history in 1903. At that time, the
Zionist movement was mak-
ing its fir permission to establish a Jewish
homeland in Palestine, but the
Turkish rulers were not to make
any concessions in this direction.
The British Colonial Secretary Jo-
seph Chamberlain, who was im-
pressed by Theodor Herzl's pres-
entation for the need of a Jewish
homeland, offered the Zionist or-
ganization the possibility of estab-
lishing an autonomous Jewish col-
ony in British East Africa. Thi-
was known as the "Uganda
schema."
The British government for-'
mally proposed a Jewish settle-
ment in which the administration
of all internal affairs would be
autonomous under the supreme
control of the British government.
The British, anart from wanting
to help Jews suffering the pogroms
in Russia, were interested in at-
tracting manpower and capital to
develop the area. Herzl, who tend-
id to accept the proposal, wanted
to help the East European masses
to prevent them from dispersing in
many countries and to create po-
litical ties with the British gov-
ernment which he thought would
help strengthen his position in the
negotiations on Eretz Israel.
Th" p-o^osal war trowrlv ">-
~sed v,hM>,,. z J
the controversy ,'|
split the Zionist JJ
two sides were onl)
following year aft.
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letters to the editor
LnlTOR. The Jewish Floridlan:
Edward Cohen says much one '
Ian agree With in his Comment
In August 4. 1972: Rabbis are
Lire than ritual functionaries.
But, in tho same article, he also
I much that is open to chal-
,,',..( as well as much that simply
luzzlet. .
He bemoans the split in Jewry
lliat Mrs. Meir attributes to the
|illf;il blindness" of the Ortho-
lax factions to the realities of!
he Jewish world tday (which) j
[wild eventually lead to a tragic
plit, citing the intransigence of !
he controlling rabbinate on the j
sue of halachic bastardy among |
k|,oi problems that are making
h, assimilation of immigrants into
Iraeli life even more difficult.
Kor whom is religious law too
IfflcultT Russian immigrants?
iese heroic Jews have defied
ery tyi>e of pressure and co-
ition conceivable to remain Jew-
Pi. and are in no way in need
\ any legal elasticity or loopholes.
Irs. Meir has already admitted to
is.
I Is religious law too stringent
non-Jewish partners to mixed
arriages. or to non-Jews who
i ve converted to Judaism
jrough "easy" non-halachic con-
Irsions. If they are indeed in-
rested in joining the Jewish
|ople, whs- should they not be
quired to do so in the fullest
hse of the word, by embracing
llaism in all its historic glory,
pad of through dubious, con-
kted back-door entrances?
gocial groups, even Kibbutzim,
rules of admissions that
Strict and uncompromising.
buldn't the historic Jewish com-
Inity be at least as picky?
lilher Judaism nor the Jewish
bpi'e which is fighting a sur-
I liatlle against assimilation
America Is any richer by the
y admittance of non-Jewish
Inverts."
3y painting a black, intransi-
nl picture of the religious com-
fcnity in Israel, the secular press
fre (long known for its anti-
rical stands) has succeeded in
ling some public opinion
hinst the Agudath Israel as well
| others who have been defend-
Judaism in its historic hala-
sense. But this negative dis-
tic n does not alter the facts:
Baism and its adherents the
pish People has managed to
hive every type of threat he-
ps- of its stubborn loyalty to
principles, not by virtue of
pipromise and dilution of prin-
|le to the vanishing point.
)n the contrary by introduc-
more "liberal" guidelines for
piittance to Jewry, guidelines
kt ignore Torah Uw, the gov-
bment will be forcing the re-
lo'.s community to erect bar-
b's between those who respect
rah Law and those who ignore
in effect splitting the Nation
two. By honoring time-tested
Inclines, this will not happen.
Is for Mr. Cohen's "ironic" note
prding Agudath Israel's insist-
>n the right to hold Jewish
p.viTs on soil sacred to Mos-
8." he is either referring to a
fcrai'hi-onented group of Hebron
tiers who wish to pray at the
pr!> of Partriarchs during un-
horized hours not an Agudah
'tted move; or to Rabbi
onto Goren's plans for prayer
Jthi Temple Mount (occupied by
I' I a] Moslem Mosques) over
7 objection of almost all rabbinic
fhorities including Agudah men-
s I am simply puzzled by
Cohen's reference.
pta other "ironic" note refers to
denial of "the right of worship
jany but Orthodox Jews." "Right
I wi : ship" is denied no one. Here
I i hen is probably referring to
Agudath Israel's stand against
anting official status to any de-
^tionist or "liberal" groups who
'tempting to bring types of
i'-m to Israel that the country
pth(r requires nor requests. The
' Israeli is either staunchly
I1' Ireligioius) or anti-dati, and
[" ncan-styled. Protestant-mod-
Reform or Conservative Ju-
daism only confuses him.
Agudath Israel will continue to
fight for due recognition and dem-
ocratic rights in the cultural
panoply that is American democ-
racy as it will continue to battle
with equal zeal against any threat
in Israel to that traditional Ju-
daism which has preserved us as
a viable nation throughout nine-
teen centuries of wanderings.
KABBI NISSO.V WOIJ'IX,
Editor
The Jew ish. Olwerver
EMTOB, The Jewish Floridlan:
You published several articles by '
two rabbis Pinchas Teitz of
Elizabeth, N.J.; and Tibor H.
Stern of Miami Beach who
stated that, among other things,
the chief rabbi of Moscow greeted
President Richard Nixon on his
arrival there in May. Also, that
the rabbi was appointed specific- j
ally prior to Mr. Nixon's arrival
so that our President would be
greeted by a rabbi, as well as
other clergymen.
Being the daughter and sister of j
four rabbis myself. Id o not want
to be disrespect fill, but I frel
vour readers should know the j
truth. President Nixon did not
meet any rabbis while he was in
Moscow. I was one of the White
House correspondents who ac-
companied the President to Mos-
cow, and that wou'd have been
one of the first things I'd have
looked out for, and written about.
However. I have given the two
rabbis Jhe benefit of any slight!
doubt,' and' I just checked with;
presidential press secretary Ron-:
aid Ziegler for confirmation. He
said that Mr. Nixon did not meet
the rabbi while in Moscow.
Trusting you publ'sh this note
to correct the record. I remain.
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+Jewisti narURam
Friday. October 20,
1,800 Jewish Leaders Will
Attend 5-Day CJF Assembly
Some 1,800 Jewish leaders, in-
cluding a large contingent of Mi-
amians, will participate in the 41st
General Assembly of the Council
of Jewish Federations and Wel-
fare Funds (CJFWF), in Toronto,
Canada, Nov. 8-12, according to
Max M. Fisher, president.
The five-day assembly, which is
a major annual forum of the or-
ganized Jewish community in
North America, will bring to-
gether delegates from some 230
JeWish Federations and Welfare
Funds that serve the communal
needs of over 800 communities in
the two countries.
The communities comprise 95r'<
of North America's Jewish popu-
lation. Their Federations serve a
broad range of Jewish needs on
local and national levels as well
as in Israel and other overseas
Countries. In 1972, Federation cam-
paigns raised a record total of
some S390 million to help meet
the-e human needs.
Mr. Fischer said that atteni-
ance is expected to be the highest
in the 41-year history of the as-
sembly, with delegations from
France and Israel as well as par-
ticipation by other overseas digni-
taries,
Fccus of the delegates, the
CJFWF president said, will !>< on
priorities and concerns at home
and abroad. Among the primary
areas of concern that will be tak-
en up in Toronto are:
Meeting the mounting social,
educational, health and welfare
problems of Israel as the Jewish
state celebrates its 25th year of
independence under a cloud of in-
creased terrorist activity and con-
tinued Arab hostility; also new-
actions and programs for 1973 be-
ing developed by the reconstituted
Jewish Agency and the increasing
input of American and Canadian
communal leaders and expertise
to the Agency which is adding a
new dimension to North American
Jewry's involvement to alleviate
Israel'! social problems.
The critical problems of So-
viet Jewry, particularly in the light
of the new "ransom" placed on
those seeking to emigrate, and'
further action following on the I
resolution at CJFWF's board of'
directors meeting in New York in
September calling for the Soviet
government to rescind this "ran-
som" and for the U.S. Congress to
hold up favored designation for
the Soviet Union until the "ran-
som" is rescinded.
Improving the quality of Jew-
ish life. In a preview of work-in-
progress of the newly created In-
stitute for Jewish Life, delegates
will study local communal imple-
mentation of its experimental proj-
ects in the fields of: Jewish Fam-
ily Life: Jewish Leadership; Com-
munication and its New Technolo-
gies: Israel as an Kducational Re-
source, and Jewish Education for
Children, Youth and Adults. The
Institute, created at last year's
General Assembly in Pittsburgh,
and which added a significantly
new direction in Federation serv-
ice, has been shaping guidelines,
screening and selecting projects
designed to help make Jewish life
more meaningful.
Federation programs dealing
with the many and varied vital
issues in North America, includ-
ing Jewish education, family and
child care, changing community
services, hospitals, the aged, drug
abuse, Jewiah centers. Jews in
poverty, and the strengthening
interchange between the campus
and the community, among others.
Additionally, Mr. Fisher said
that the first of a series of key
reports of the recently completed
CJFWF Population Study the
most comprehensive census of
American Jewry ever undertaken
will be made at the assembly. The
reports will deal with intermar-
riage, use by Jews of services of
Jewish agencies and other secular
and non-secular agencies, and an
overall demographic profile of the
American Jewish community.
Throughout the five-day assem-
bly, scores of workshops and dis-
cussion groups will be devoted to
1973 fund-raising, federated en-
dowment fund programs, public
relations, community newspapers,
leadership development, the im-
plications for Federations of na-
tional health insurance proposals.
Implications of new tax propos-
als, women's communal service
n'ograms, and staffing the Federa-
tions, with particular emphasis on
the Federation Executive Recruit-
ment, Education and Training
Program.
Concurrently, the Large City
Budgeting Conference will hold
budget reviews with major na-
tional Jewish agencies at the
assembly.
Of special significance. Mr.
Fisher noted, will be the expected
large turnout of university campus
representatives and the introduc-
tion of special forums at this
year's assembly designed to deal
with topics of broad delegate
interest.
More than 150 college students
will participate at the Toronto as-
sembly as official representatives
if their respective communities and
as full participants in the assembly
program and deliberations.
Among the special sessions de-
signed for college youth and fac-
ulty: the mood of Jewish students
and faculty on campus today
growing partnership between the
campus and the community, and
campus fund-raising an ex-
ample of campus participation in
the Jewish community. A special
session on the structure and func-
tions of Federation and the CJF-
n
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our operation, we have been forced to make a modest
adjustment in our subscription prices. The new prices
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WF and their relationships to the
campus is also on the agenda.
Dr. Arnold A. Epstein of Tor-
onto is chairman of the Genera!
Assembly Program Committee.
Serving with him are vice chair-
men Charles Goodall, Tulsa; Mrs.!
William Green, San Francisco;
Harry Smith, Miami, and Louis I.
Zorensky, St. Louis.
The CJFWF is the association
of central community organiza-
tions Federations, Welfare
Funds. Community Councils
serving 809 Jewish communities
in the United States a::d Canada.
It aids these communities to mo-
bilize maximum support for the.
UJA and other overseas agencies
as well as for major national and !
local services involving financing. t
planning and operating health, i
welfare, cultural, educational, com- i
munity relat'ons and other pro-
grams henpfittir, The Young Leadership Cabinet of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation recently held its first session of 1972-73
Members of the YLC a standing committee within the
Federation structure responsible for the recruitment and
training of young community leaders, discussed the ro!
of Federation in the community and the role of the younq
leader in Federation. Shown above (from left) are Mel
Morgenstern, 1972-73 YLC chairman: Donald Benjamin,
guest speaker, and Howard Scott, 1972-73 YLC chairman.
Mr. Benjamin, from Essex County, N.J. is national chair-
man of the 1972-73 United Jewish Appeal's Young Lead-
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Every month you have to reconcile it with
your checkbook. Every month you have
to pay a service charge for this privilege.
Until now.
Free checking. Keep $300 or
more in your personal checking account,
and you'll never have to pay another
dime in service fees, no matter how many
checks you write.
$1 a month is the service fee if you
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in your account, even if you write
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$2 a month is all it costs if you
keep less than $200. but more than $100
in your personal account.
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you keep less than $100 in your account.
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+Jeistrkri(Ji3r
Friday. October 20, 1972
Jhe fXitbbi kJ'oiMM j-ro/H JIte f-^itlait
'--.
1
II
Sanctity Of The Covenant
Bv DR. MAX A. LIPSi HITZ 'ng the child into the Covenant of
Abraham, and should tie performed
Beth Tonh C ongrrsation no, bv a phjvk-ian. bu, rather bv
In tins week's Toi-ah reading. a Monel to wnom a 0lrcUmci>ion
e are introduced to the ritual of I fe not a ^rg operation but a
" iit-Milah. which G-d enjoins sacred ritual.
Abraham: "Thou
shall keep My A Mtrvey regarding ritual cir-
C ivcnant: Thou ; and thy seed naiisi and reported in The Jewish
after thee Floridian a few years ago. I was
throu^hou* their shocks! to learn that in a number
e e n e r a tons."' of area* in Dado County, many
An 1. Ye shall younc people preferred a ph>-sician
be circumcise! to cirvun>.:ise their children,
in the flesh of
your foreskin."
This Covenant ,
... bers of my congregation ms'.st on
was he'd sacTpd .," ,u
a ritual circumcision with a
Mohel. It has been my policy for
Question
Box
This is not true in North Miami
Beach. Almost 100'; of the mem-
Mi liascaitt
was
by our people
throughout our Mia
. ne.at;ons. Of en any tyrannical, ^ VCUmoision unless a
rees against he Jews began .. ,, .
. .l u.u. t i Mohel performs the Bnss.
nil the prohibition of ritual c;r-[ ^
incision and the study o' T.rah If Queon Elizabeth of Fngland
nowlng full well that a Bnss and mv fi| ,0 ca upon a L^on
O.rah are essential for the sur-jMohl., .0 circumcise her son.
val of our people. I PrinC(. a,ark-5 beca^ of his ex-
Despitc the faet that I was [ pertise. Jewish parents should eer-
- vare of the assiru'ation of ouri tainly call upon Mohalim. not only
rofbara in the Sov iet I'nion. I j for their expertise, but because a
as grieved to discover that no i Bliss [>erformed for ritual pur-
:ales. including Jews of course j noses is the very foundation of
circumcised in Ru--ia. I sjioke | Jewish life.
1 > the few Mohalim in M>scow.
. i
v. and Leningrad and they in- m
>!:n.-d mo that they perform only Confirmation (.lass
fen circumcisions a year
-Shoiom Spector. the Russian
who rejoined hi- family ir
Miami a couple of weeks ago. told
me thiit in his small community
ar Kiev, he did perform 53 cir-
inKiaions in the last 30 years.
Despite the fact that circumeJ-
''on is common procedure in Amer- j
a today and is done for medical I A full program of educational
>ast>ns. Milan or ritual circumci- j and religious projects has been
i on of Jewish males is performed I prepared for the students who will
>: more than health, but rather. ~ondu"t their own services and
: s a sign of the Cov^rant. bring- participate in educational seminars.
Weekend Conclave
The Confirmation Class of Tem-
ple Menorah will particioa'e in a
weekend conclave O.-t. 20 to 22 at
the Holiday Inn of Hollywood with
Rabbi and Mis. Mayer Abramowitz
and Ronald Heller, educational
director.
r^aobinical evision
Tr
roaram*
vr
Oct. ss
Oet. *i
Ch. 10. 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
Host: Rabbi Mortoin Malavsky,
Temple Beth Shalom. Hollywood
Ctt. T, 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
Topic: "Prospects for World Peace"
Host: Rabbi Samuel Jaffe, Temple Beth El.
Hollywood
Guests: Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Temple Beth
Shalom; Rabbi Avrom Drazin. Temple Israel
Miramar
Of

SYMOrSIS Of THE WttKLX 10KAH PORTION
Lech Lee ha
Sow the Lord said unto Abram. get thee out of thy coun-
try ." Genesis chapter* 12-17)
ABRAM: The Divine call came to Abram to leave the idol-
atrous surroundings of his native country and to proceed to an-
other land which God would show him where he would become
the founder of a great nation and a blessing to all mankind.
Without hesitat on Abram journeyed southwards, taking with him
Sarai. liis wife. Lot. his nephew, and a large number of follow-
ers. \t Shechem, .?0 miles north of Jerusalem. God appeared to
him in a vision, and promised that the land of Canaan would
fali to his descendant-: later, near Bethel. Abram "called upon
the name of the Lord." thereby proclaiming his beliefs in the
ABRAM IN EGYPT: A severe famine in Canaan compelled
Abram to stay in Egypt for a time. Fearful lest the Egyptians
might kill him in order to obtain possession of his beautiful
Wife. Sarai. he persuaded her to say that she was his sister.
Swrai was ir, fact, taken into the royal household and Abram
leeched numerous gifts of flocks, herds and servants. Suspicions
were aroa-ed. hnwvver. when pharaoh and hi- court were smit-
ten with ft >; -t. .: .1- Hbtasf. The truth was discovered and
pharaoh nt Abram away from Egypt
COVENANT OF ABRAHAM: In Abrahams ninety-ninth
year. Gc I isnewcd h's covenant with him. H" n"eforth he was
to he called Abraham, father of a uasWlude of nations, and his
wire, now ailed Sarah, princess. Sarah would bear a son. I-aac.
through whom God's promise would he fulfilled. In token of this
covenant. Abraham y*m commanded to dicuaMtac himself and
ail the mate of hh li< --'iold: theia'tcr every' male child was
: .! when eight days old.
By RARBI SAMl'EL J. FOX
What is "abaejai (P.S. De-
troit. Michigan)
The combination of wool and
flax (i.e., linen 1 is referred to in
the Bible as "shaatnez" (Leviti-
cus 191:19> (Deuteronomy 22:111.
An article of clothing made from
a mixture of these fibers is pro-
hibited as wearing apparel.
There are a number of opinions
as to the actual moaning of the
1 term "shaatnez" and its deriva-
! tion. The French commentator.
I Rashi, claims that the term means
. "mixture." Some say that it
means "a connection" (i.e., con-
i necting the fibers".
The Mishnah (K'laim 9:5) as-
' sorts that the term is a combina-
: tion of three words, shua icomb-
' ing). tovu (spinning) and noz
(twisting or weaving". Thus, any
I one of these three methods of
1 combining the fibers of wool and
flax would make the garment pro-
l hibited as wearing apparel, i.e.,
1 combing, spinning or twisting tor
1 weaving).
Mystics claim that the word is
j a combination 01 two words "Sa-
1 tan" (the devil 1 and "az" 1 strong
or harmful) indicative of the sup-
; position that the combination of
I these two fibers would create a
! harmful angelic being.
Others say that two words make
j up this expression (Shaota and
Nuzl which together mean that
! (he Almighty turns away His pro-
tection from one who wears a
garment in which these two fibers
are combined.
A modern lexicographer has
suggested that the word is made
j up of two words one meaning
"wool" (coming from a sheep 1 and
! the other meaning "something
that sprouts" (i.e., that comes
tiom tne ground).
Wily has the Bible prohibited
the mixture from beim; worn a*
c lot hi 11 k '.'
Nachmanides explains that the
Almighty, through the pattern of
nature, has destined certain prop-
erties to be kept apart and dis-
tinct. Thus a distinction was
; drawn between living animals and
growing plants. Combining these
things destroys the intention of
God in nature.
Some claim that heathen peo-
ples in early times used such a
combination to worship idols. Some
have attempted to show that the
combination of these fibers can
result in harmful chemical reac-
tions that can cause irritation and
j al'ergic responses in humans. Still
( others have insisted that it is one
1 of the disciplinary measures of the
Bible which cannot be logically ,
ex plained, except on the basis that
it is the will of God to keep these
fibers apart.
An interesting observation is
made by some commentators who
I ciaim that the clash between fi-
:, bers from animals and vegative j
scurces is reminiscent of the clash !
; between Cain, the farmer, ann: :
Abel, the shepherd, which resulted
1 in murder. Keeping these nuwiS j
! apart signifies the respect and
! dignity and individuality of each '
I j of nature's assets, which must not
bo lost through assimilation and
! confusion caused by man.
j . lfTJ Jot** Telegraphic Agency) !
CANDIELIGHTING TIME
6:28 12 HESHVAN
CUBAN SEPHAROIC HEBREW CON-
GREGATION. 71S Washington Aye.,
Rabbi Meir Masliah Malamed. 23-A
EMANU-EL (Temple). 1701 Washing.
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lohrman. Cantor Zvi Aoier. 34
i HEBREW ACADEMY. 2*00 Pine Tree
' (V. OrthoflQiu* Rabbi Alexander S.
Groat. 25
CONG. AN-NELL (Branch of Hebrew
Academy). 7th St. and Meridian
Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Ben.
Hillel. 25-A
A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Ceintor Aron Ben Aron. 1
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ANSHE EMES 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowiti 2
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BETH AM (Temple). 5950 N. Kendall
Or. S. Miami. Reform. Rabtx Her.
bert Baumgard 3
Friday eveninc. sormon topic: "The
Jewish Concept of Chnsenne**
What Does II Mean For Modern
Time? '
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BETH DAVID. 2*26 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Irving A. Wein.
gard. Cantor William W. Lipson. 4
Friday (at South Ihtrte CampuM ":'
pm.. Tenas sarrlce*, !:8fJ p.m.
r-KUlnr rnnKr^catlonal aervleea, ser-
Dton topi,-: "Abraham The Man Ot
I*etiny." Saturday (at main sanctu-
ary) Bar Mltsvah: Russell, eon of Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Cold.
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi H. Rothman. 5
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Sha-
piro. Cantor Leon Segal. 6
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BETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Charles
Rubel. Cantor Seymour Hinket. 8
FrMay 8:15 pm. A dedication i" Vet-
erans of all \var trill be observed.
Qaeal speaker. Mr. Irwm I'.u-;.
member ot P M .. Jewish vv.tr Vet-
erans, trill have as hii topic: "The
American Jewish Veteran", followed
bj < "nee Bhabbat sponsored by temple
memhers.
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER Mi-
ami. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi
Joseph R. Narot. 10
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ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Paul J.
Bender. Cantor Njthan Parnass. 11
Friday 8:15 p m Guest speaker, Ains-
!' Ferdio. National JudEe Advocate
of J.W.V., followed by Oii.k Bbabbai
s|w.nsored b) Poat No 1:4. J W.V.
Saturday s.t:, a.m.. UUIIUO: Portion
of the Week.
OR OLOM (Temple). 87J5 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Cantor Yehowda
Binyamin. IS
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein. 14
Friday 8:15 p m sermon tonic "We
Serve Hum;i!n:v ltv Beinit What VV e
An.-
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na-
than Zolondek. 15
ZION (Temple). 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman Shapiro.
Cantor Errol Hstfman. 16
Friday K:M p.m Bat Mltsvah: Beth,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Freund: sermon topic: "Together and
Kitual." Saturday y a m.. Iftiai Mltz-
vah: Scots, son ,.f Mr and Mrs Cart
Venirel: Kuss.-u son "f Mr and Mrs
Mac* Applebanm: sermon topic s.,l-
rall Of the Week."
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N0KTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. 222S
NE 121st St. Conservative. Rabbi
Joseph Gorfmkel. Cantor Ben Zion
Kirschenbaum. 35
MIAMI 8fACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlvie Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sheldon M. Ever.
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro. IS
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BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir.
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches It
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel. 21
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lenrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif. 27
MENORAH (Temple). 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman. 28
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NER TAMID (Temple). 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. 28
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OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Dr. Or.
thodox. Rabbi Phineas Weberman.
Cantor Leo Radin 30
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SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31
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CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. >S42-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
Groner. 32
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79th Street Cause-
way. North Bay Village. Conserva-
tive. Rabbi Marvin Goldson, Cantor
Murray Yavneh. 32-A
AGUDAS ACHIM NUSACH SEFARO
CONGREGATION. 707 5th St.. Mi-
ami Beach. Orthodox. Rabbi Mor-
decai Chaimovits.
NORTH MiAX: BIACH
; ADATH YESHURUN (Temple). 1025
NE Miami Gardens Dr. Conserva-
tive. Rabbi Milton Schlinsky. Can-
tor Reuvan Eckhaus. 33
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BETH TORAH. 1051 N. Miami Beach
Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob B. Mendelson 34
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Victor D.
Zwelling. Cantor Jack Lerner. 36
36
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SINAI (Temple), of NORTH DADE
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor trying
Shulkes. 37
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SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
Caplan. 38
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YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox
Rabbi Zalman Kossowsky. 39
COtAl C A Bit i
JUDEA (Temple). 5500 Granada Blvd.
Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper. 40
Friday si:, p.m. Rabbi Kipper will
Officiate and the temple'K Volunteer
Choir. Odder direi-tion of Cantor Rita
Shore, will participate with UtUTBlCBi
siniriiiK Saturday 11:15 a.m.. Bat
Mltsvah: Ignore Mantery. dauxhter
of Mr and Mrs Ralph Sheldon.
ZAMORA (Temple). 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell A
Berger. Cantor P. Hillel Brummer.
41
MWeaM
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION.
9348 Harding Ave. Orthodox. RaDb^
Isaac D. Vine. 50
BETH RAPHAEL (Temple). 1546 Jef-
ferson Ave. Conservative Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
BETH SHOLOM (Temple). 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Canter David Conviser. 21
Friday :13 p.m. Guest. Mr. Ted
l^irie, Editor of Jerusalem Post, will
Kpeak on "A View From Mt. Scopus."
Saturday Itsta am.. Bar Mitzvah:
Howard, son of Mr. and .Mrs. I....1 -
ard Block: Howard .son of Mr. and
Mrs Edward Cohn,
CARIH Auction Set
Gift of Life Chapter of CARIH
will hold its annual auction Satur-
day at the South Miami Elks
Lodge. 6304 SW 78th St.. at 7
pjii. Proceeds go to the Childrens
Asthma Research Institute and
Hospital in Denver.
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
eky. 2j
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA.
TION. 843 Meridian Ave. 22-A
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig. 23
; Friday Luncheon Set
TTopital Cancer League of the
! American Medical Center of Den-
j ver is planning a luncheon meet-
in-,' at noon Friday in the Deau-
v ille Hotel. Following the business
i agenda, coi.ducted by Mrs. Meyer
White. Fl Al Airlines will present
The Magic Carpet of Travel."
This bagr u prepared in
Cooperation ut'th the Grejte*
Miami Rdbbinicdl Association.
Coordinator of the feature/
appearing here is
RABBI MAXWELL BERGER
Spiritual Leader of
Teasel* Ze-ere
Coral CaUe.
FMT MUMtDAU
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 71CC W.
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Akiva
Brilliant. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
EMANU-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Park
Blvd. (Reform). Rabbi Arthur J
Abrams. Cantor Jerome Klemettt. 43
POMPAN0 BIACH
: SHOLOM (Temple). 132 SE 11th Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. Skoe
Cantor Jacob J. Renzer.
) MARGATE JEWISH CENTER 5101
NW 9th St.
KMUmWmti
HALLANOALE JEWISH CENTER
(Conservative). 415 NE 8th Ave
Rabbi Harry E. Schwartz, Canter
Jacob Danzioer.
Friday evening. Rabbi Harrv E Svh-
I warts win dtacoaa: "la One World
Possible?" Saturday 9 a.m.. ILthbi
BehWartl will speak on the Sidr.th
HOLLYWOOD
'. BETH EL (Temple). 1351 S. 14th Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jeffe. 45
BETH SHALOM (Temple-. 1728 Mon-
roe St. Conservative. Rabbi Morten
Malavsky. Cantor Irving Gold 48
SINAI (Temple). 1201 Jehnen St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro
Cantor Yehuda Heilbraue.. 47
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TEMPLE BETH AHM. Conservative
310 S.W. 82nd Avenue. HoHywood.
Rabbi Salomon Benerroch.
TEMPLE SOLEL (Liberat) 5001
Thomas Street. Hollywood. Rabbi
Robert Frazin.
Friday < p.m. (at Sheridan Hill*
Kl.-m. ntarv School) llabbi TYaarti ':"
dlacasa The Family and I-rue Abuse'
Mr. Itruee Kae-r of the Startmc PhV
will lead a diesSzsapssj on parental re-
SBoaialbitit* and the Iruu ptohlnni
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MIKAMAM
ISRAEL (Temple). 8*20 SW 3Sth S:
Conservative. Rabbi Avrom Orazm
Cantor Abraham Koster. 48


October 20, 1972
*Jmisi) ncirMtoin
Paaell-A
J\S ;,
Max Lerner
"Sees It
i.ufc/11
fc\V YORK, N.Y. Son. George MoGovorn has gone to
priiu urgently with his detailed plan for getting out of
but it availeth not. They have been full of Henry
^e.'s verbal marathon in Paris with Le Due Tlio. Die
one candidate's actual negotiation-; is bound to cross
In. ws of another candidate's mere plans.
been a media cation campaign thus far hut not in
b.-.j we usually mean the clever media use that makes
ence between victory and defeat. Actually Richard
candidate has made little use of TV and radio since
Initiation. It is a media election in a quite different
ne based on the fact that it has become an election
overwhelming Issue- the image of Sen. George Mc-
I. From this flows another fact that the original image
|iiiterimage of McGovern were shaiied in the media.
on TV.
deiisive media phase came early. The whole funereal.
mention performance -- what Norman Mailer calls "St.
,:iid the Godfather" was pretty much finished by the
|the Republican National Convention. The wierd Kagleton
merely nailed down the coffin. Since then, the valiant
Lf the strategists and speechwriters and columnists to un-
IMcGovern image has failed.
| IS QUITS A STORY, and it will long be used as a clas-
history by experts in both fields the media and elec-
'<> past election comes close to it in meaning. The hap-
Govern cheerleaders consoled themselves with the fond
| that the poolsters are disastrously, decisively wrong.
if 1948 Truman sugarplums dance in their heads. They
|see that the current election nun.- not on the mis-
| of a groundswell for the underdog which observers
pick up in time, as with Truman, but on an image
vern image so early and solidly fixed that nothing
shake it.
it I* *
|IAS THK CONVENTIONS that were the TV image
The M.Govern strategists counted on his convention
[to make him nationally familiar. Aside from botching
for his acceptance speech they didn't count on an-
|ge that would also get continuous national exposure
a convention crowded with young men and women
31'iles struck heartland America as too far-out, and
leches scared the daylights out of it.
hat Mr. Nixon had to do at his own convention was to
ft- that every Republican speech drove home this far-
to a convention audience in prime time, using codal
Skillfully to achieve the desired effect. Most of the
ators wrote that the Nixon convention was a bore,
was, if you judged it on the level of color, vividness
lle-ctual excitement. But it was meant as preparation
Jorsal for the campaign itself and it succeeded. The
ins have used its results ever since. Never in my mem-
the media coverage of a brace of conventions so com-
(hnehed the outcome of an election- not even with the
Joldwater campaign of 1064.
ir !& &
TKl'E. as almost every Washington correspondent
p. that President Nixon has built a wall ("a mile high."
between himself and the reporters. Mr. Nixon has
ken warier about the press corps during the campaign
y prod him about it at every chance, and he prods
Wying that they are hostile to him and that some of
[a "double standard" in judging him and his opponent.
[is par for the course in every administration. But Mr.
eal motive is, given the big current lead, he doesn't
risk of a give-and-take with a very critical press
certainly doesn't want the TV spotlight on such fluid.
occasions. He prefers media situations where he is
most in control when he is alone on TV. or in an in-
tting with a fairly sympathetic group of questioners.
|little doubt, as Ben Bagdikian puts it, that TV has
fe "presidential medium" and with no other President
tely as with Mr. Nixon. The image it leaves is immedi-
|ces the editorials and commentaries a couple of days to
[it conveys at once closeness and authority. And since
links it largely with some present or looming event
ercisc of his office, he can be light-years ahead of
j who must function only as critical outsider.
vhcre during the campaign, I suspect at the very
Sovern lost touch with a very large segment of the
thus far has not regained it. It is the wall that Mc-
lself and his adviserrs built, not Mr. Nixon. There is
hand-wringing about it by the Democrats. But there
issons In it for them, if they are to save their con-
la h1 Senate seats and salvage themselves as a party.
Guest Speakers:
.'J Representatives
Of Drug Centers
Pnnxeapntnliycs from three non-
residential drug rehabilitation cen-
ters were to speak dining tlrs
month's meeting of Project: Fam-
ily Drug Crisis, at 7:.'!0 n.m. Thurs-
day, in the Juvenile and Domestic
Court Building. S0O N\v :s>h St.
Thev are Mrs. Marion Steal, ex-
ecutive director of Here's Help,
Inc.; Warren Klien. pro-ram di-
rector of Operation Rc-Kn'rv. and
Frank McGarry. program director
ol Operation Self-Help.
Project: Family Drug Crisis, a
joint effort of the film** I"Vhw'-
sion of Greater Miami, Juvenile
Court Judges, and their Domestic
Relations Dc|>artmcnt. provides
it formation, assistance and coun-
sel to parents who know or sus-
pect that a drug problem exists
with their children, and to par-
ents who want information before
a drug problem develops.
'Y' Program Reaching
Children Where They Live
Judge KniK'k Speaker
The Miami Business and Profes-
sional Chapter of Women's Ameri-
l can ORT will hold an ojien mect-
i Ing Thursday, Oct. 26, at 7:45 p.m.
! at Chase Federal. 425 Arthur God-
; fiey Rd. Circuit Court Judge
! Francis X. Knuck will be guest
j speaker.
i
Rabbi Guest Speaker
Rabbi Max Lipschitz of Beth
Torah Congregation, who recently
, visited Russia, will talk on Soviet
Judaism before a combined meet-
j ing of the Temple Sinai Brother-
j hood and Sisterho Nov. 1. at 8 p.m. at Temple Sinai.
Operation Outreach for the
Young Men's and-Yuuivi Women's
llchrc v Association o| Greater Mi-
ami (YM-YWHA) means providing
service and after-school programs
for children at two elementary
tohools some distance from the
Y's central location. With this ex-
tension program, the "V" is quick-
ly becoming "mother's little1
helper."
The school fail'ti's supply a]
physl"al location with the YM-!
YWHA offering professional In-1
structors for skill claws in cul-
tural arts, ath'etics and languages
In addition to the regular after-
noon cla-s sessions, spec'al events
will he offered for all children dur-
ing their regular activity period.
Schools Involved in the program
,-i'v Kenwood Elementary at O.'WO
S\V 79th Ave. nnd Coral Reef
'Momentary at 7985 152nd St.
Classes meet either Monday and
Tuesday- or Wednesdays and Fri-
days, depending upon which nro-
eram is considered and which class
is selected.
Activities hit- offered for chil-
dren in kindergarten through the
sixth grade. Each class in the 12-
session semester is for one hour
with two class peri ids on each
dav. Times are 3:15 to 4:15 and
4:15 to 5:15 p.m. A supervised
break is also part of the afternoon,
also part of the afternoon.
Registration may be handled by
mail or in person. For a first-hand'
view- of each school's activities. I
contact the Children'.-' Prograi -
ming Department at the "V." Thi
will also be able to provide fu -
ther Information on the class
and skills being taught at eai I
outreach center.
The program is open to mem-
bers and non-members ol the "Y "
with the fee for each class bast I
upon membership and the degr
of skill Involved in teaching.
Cantors Welcome
6 New Colleagues
At its first meeting of the ne
season, the Cantors' Association C
G.-eater Miami welcomed new car-
tors who are now associated wit i
various synagogues in the are
including Benjamin Adler. Phil
Brumer. Yehuda Binyamin, Re< -
ven Kekhaus, Errol Helfman ar I
Jackson Mendelson.
Cantor Zvl Adler. president
the Association, announced plai I
for its second annual concert
the Miami Reach Auditorium Tl
new members of the Cantors' As-
sociation will participate in th
event, which is scheduled for s
p.m. Saturday. March 24.
The necessity for a school
teach and train young cantors Wl -
also discussed at the meeting, ar i
the group sent a telegram t i
Picsident Nixon urging him to In-
tercede for the removal of the
ransom now required for the r
lease of educated Russian Jews.
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Friday. October
20.l97j|
Herbert Simon Elected By
Miami Board of Realtors
Coral Gables chic leader Her-
bert Lee Simon, a resident of
Dade County since 1935, has been
elected as 1973 president of the
Miami Board of Realtors.
Following installation cere-'
monies in December he will suc-
ceed Kenneth D. Rosen, who is '
now serving his second consecutive .
term as head of the 2.000-member
organization.
Mr. Simon, a Dade Realtor
since 1938. served as president of j
the Board in 1962. For the past j
two years he has been chairman i
of the Board's Special Tax Com- i
mittee. which has been credited j
with forcing reforms in Dade tax .
assessing methods.
Also elected to serve as 1973 of- j
ficers were Realtors Jerome]
(Jerry) Bain, Coconut Grove, first i
vice president; William (Bill) '
Brest. North Miami Beach, elected
to a second consecutive term as j
second vice president: Fred Stan-
ton Smith, Coconut Grove, trea- I
surer and Mildred Callahan, Coco- |
nut Grove, a former Board presi- j
dent, secretary.
Reelected to new two-yea'
Fascell Appoints
Levin Chairman
Of MB. Campaign
Congressman Dante Fascell has
announced the appointment of
Leon "Fish" Levin as Miami Beach
chairman of the "Fascell for Con-
gress" campaign.
"I am very pleased to have my
old friend Leon Levin heading up
my campaign in this important
area." Rep. Fascell said. "Leon
Levin and I have been friends
since 1941 when we were in the
same National Guard unit and he
has always teen one of my most
effective campaign workers."
Mr. Fascell, who is running for
his 10th consecutive term in the
Congress, said Mr. Levin will di-
rect campaign operations from his
Miami Beach campaign headquar-
ters at 830 Washington Ave.
Mr. Levin, a 1939 graduate of
Miami Beach High School, has
played a key role in Fascell cam-
paigns since 1958; in 1966, he was
over-all campaign manager. He
also has been active in campaigns
for Democratic candidates for
President, campaigning for Presi-
dents Kennedy and Johnson and
serving as office manager of the
state headquarters in the Muskie
campaign during the Florida pri-
mary earlier this year.
A member of the Miami Beach
Anglers and Boating Club and a
past member of the Miami Beach
Elks and VFW, Mr. Levin gradu-
ated from the University of Mi-
ami Law School in 195L
terms on the organization's board
of directors, in addition to presi-
!ent-elect Simon, were Mrs. Cal-
lahan and Realtor Clyde Banks.
KemJall. Newly-elected Board
members are Realtors Mike Cal-
houn of Miami. Dade County Com-,
missioner-elect. and William (Bill*
Conder of Miami Lakes, and Tom
Kavney of South Miami, repre-
senting Associate (non-broker I
members of the Board.
Holdover directors, who still
have a year to serve, include pres-
ident Rosen, vice presidents Bain
*nd Brest, treasurer Smith. Flor-
ida Association of Realtors, presi-
dent Enrique Valledor of Miami
and Realtors Rose Gordon of Coco-
nut Grove. Vice Mayor of the City
of Miami; Ernest A. Jones of
North Miami. Ted Pappas of Ken-
dall, and George A. Simon of Coco-
nut Grove.
Long active in Dade civic af-
fairs. Mr. Simon currently is serv-
ing on a five-member Tax Assess-
ment Advisory Board named by-
County Manager Ray Goode. and
is a member of the Metropolitan
Dade County Transportation Ad-
visory Committee, and the board
jf directors of the Greater Miami
Crime Commission.
He has served on both the Mi-
ami and Dade County Citizen Ad-
visory Committees and is past
president of the Miami Senior
High School Music Parents Asso-
ciation and past vice president of
the Cora) Gables Senior High
School Band Parents Association.
In 1970 Mr. Simon helped to
found the Northwest Merchants
Association, an organization of
black and white businessmen dedi-
cated to improving commercial
properties in the Northwest area
and fighting the crime which was
causing deterioration of the area.
He received a special award from
the City of Miami in 1963 for his
work as chairman of the city's
'Operation Fix-Up." promoting
the cpair and remodeling of older
residences.
For the past 12 years Mr. Simon
^as served as a director of the
Miami Board of Realtors and was
named "Realtor of the Year" in
1962. He won the coveted Charles
A. Post Award, for outstanding
work on the Board and outstand-
ing service to his community, in
1965, and in 1970 was presented
nith an award, for distinguished
>oivice to the Southwest Real Es-
tate Association.
Judaica Program
Holding Classes
At Congregations
"Role-defining, Raoping and
Rabbinic*" ana the 3-Rs of the
I more than 40 classes of the Ju-
! daica Hi^h School, program scon-
; ducted under the sponsorship of
: the Central Aeency for Jewish
, Education in coordination with t*e
STiaeogues and YMHA of the
Greater Miami area, Zvi Herbert
i Berger. executive director of the
; agency, has announced.
In two years the Judaica pro-
Tramming has attracted a student
; body of more than 400 students
with activities that include guest
; sr-cakers. weekend "learn-ins."
rcllies, films and a host of other
'. projects.
Course topics for the current
! year include such themes as Jew-
ish Superheroes and Kosher gour-
met cooking in the "Yavneh "73"
1 piogram at Temple Emanu-el
1 Jewish destiny workshop, "Jewish
is Beautiful" and "What Are the
! Answers?" in the Beth David High
School program; "Decisions '72",
Jewish Theatre repertory and the
; "Jov*. of YHiish" in the Free Uni-
' versitv at the YMHA. and the
Cuallenge of Israel and the Holo-
j caust at Temple Sinai in North
Dade.
Other conere^ations which -e
in the process of organizing
I courses in cooperation witn ine
, Central Agency' include Adath
; Yeshurun. B'nai Raphael and
| Young Ls-ael in the North Dade
area, Beth Sholom, Menorah and
Ner Tamid on Miami Beach, and
Zion and Ahavath Shalom in the
South Dade area.
In addition, arrangements have
I been made with some of the Jew-
' '-* Yo"tv' organizations of the area
; for coordinated programs that will
i complement the informal activi-
I ties of the youth movements.
The complete schedule of the
Judaica High School can be se-
I cured at the offices of the Cen-
! tral Agency.
f __________________
Rubin Guest Speaker
Ellis Rubin, a candidate for Con-
gress in the 15th Distrin, will
i ?peak on current national issues
' at the 1 pjp. "r-eeting of the Forte
! Forum at 1000 West Ave. Tues-
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Lay. October 20. 1972
3eist tUitti.,,
Paq 13-A
Russian Jewish Emigrant Arrives
Hias Helps Brothers Unite
I After More Than 30 Years
By Special Report
I >,e\V YOBK Two brothers,
L only s.|r?lyor^$0 Jwsh
tmily oi nine children decimated
L. the Nazis during World War
I were dramatically reunited at
fohn F. Kennedy International
lirport recently after a separation
f more than 30 years.
jFor Oorge Rubin, the 50-year-
\\,\ owner of a sportswear manu-
Icturini' business in Teaneck, N.J.,
lie arrival of his older brother,
futel Rubizhevsky, from the So-
Eet Union, marked the success-
L termination of a strenuous ef-
frt to bilp his brother emigrate
the United States.
I For Gutel Rubizhevsky, 53, who
Lnie uh his wife, Maria, 50;
En. Boris, 21; and daughter, Alia,
C. it represented the beginning of
[new life in a free land as well as
loni; awaited reunion with his
fother.
[The Rubizhevskys were among
J Jewish emigrants from the So-
iet Union. Hungary, Rumania and
oland who reached New York on
. separate flights this after-
on through the help of United
_ Service, the worldwide Jew-
.. migration agency. Hias is a
ineficiary of the CJA-IEF cam-
pi en of the Greater Miami Jew-
i Federation.
Four Security Officials Asked To Resign
Three years ago Sula Rubin,
George's wife, journeyed to Minsk
to see the Rubjzheysky^Jor fivfe
days. 'GuH'ef' was'' aole to"' return
the visit in 1970. At first the
brothers stood and cried and felt
like strangers. Then they sat for
days and nights in an attempt to
catch up on 30 years. The sights
of the New York metropolitan area
made an unforgettable impression
on Gutel. Sula Rubin later told
friends that he could not believe
people were really free to worship
as they pleased in synagogues and
churches.
The early attempts of the Ru-
bizhevsky family to emigrate to
the United States did not meet
with fruition. Although the Ru-
bins tried tirelessly to help in ev-
ery possible way, Gutel's applica-
tions for exit permission were re-
fused eight times.
Finally, in August, Hias was no-
tified that the Rubizhevskys had
received exit permission. Gutel,
Maria and Alia benefitted from
an approved U.S. immigration fifth
preference petition filed by Mr.
Rubin. Boris, being over 21, did
not benefit from the petition and
the family went to Rome where he
was processed by the Hias office
there to enter this country under
U.S. parole authority.
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She also criticized the way the
Germans conducted their abor-
tive rescue operation at a mil-
itary airport near Munich where
the terrorist* had taken their
hostages. However, she sni "operational failure did not de-
tract from Israel's appreciation
of the German decision not to
surrender to terrorist violence."
Mrs. Meir said that the ac-
tivities of Israeli security ser-
vices abroad must obviously be
limited to persuading the host
government to take adequate
measures and to guarding them-
selves when the host govern-
ment permits this. "I believe
a decision on more intensive and
more comprehensive security
arrangements, agreed upon with
the German authorities, would
have made it more difficult for
the assailants to achieve their
objective," she said.
Mrs. Meir said she had turned
over the Koppel report to the
State's Attorney to see if there
were any grounds for criminal
charges. He said there were
none, but in light of the Koppel
findings, Mrs. Meir said, she
decided, with unanimous ap-
proval of the Cabinet, to ask
four security officials to resign.
Two were "senior" officials, one
a "responsible" official and one
a secuity man working with the
Ministry of Education which
was responsible for the Israeli
Olympic team.
Noting that the security serv-
ices have been attacked in the
press lately, Mrs. Meir remarked
that she was obviously unable
to reveal details of their suc-
cessful exploits beyond saying
that they had a large role in
combatting terrorism in Israel,
in the administered territories
and abroad, and successfully
prevented many planned at-
tacks. ,i
Morton Marcus
Named to CJFW
Tax Committee
Morton Marcus, co-chairman of
the tax committee of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation's Foun-
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committee of the Council of Jew-
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Apjieal-Israel Emergency Fund
Campaign Accountants Division.
Announcement of the Marcus
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special committee on regulations
process, special counsel of the'
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fJewistiftiDrkKair) '
Friday. October
20. 1972
Israel Newsletter
By Carl Alperl
Jerusalem Is Not The Same As Brooklyn
Tin: PBOtiwAM OF activitiks of the Jewish
D 'fcnse League In the United States had origi-
nally been watched with pome sympathy from here.
I Th Israelis felt an empathy foi
Jews who fought lack against
... -. A clout on the head
of a bully commands more n
than a whining complaint to an
inactive police department.
The first appearance of the JDL
in Israel was met with some curi-
[osity. What could its members do
here, in drfen.se of Jews, that was
not already hi frig done by the government, by the
police and by the Israel armed forces? The fa;t
that the JDL members were coming to Israel
seemed fulfillment of their professed love of the
Jewish nation. They were coming to associate
themselves with the state in the army, on the
kibbutz, in industry, in academic life. They would
be welcome, like all immigrants ti> Israel.
T le mood tow aid the Jewish Defense League has
chant d. The> have come, it would seem, not to
join Israel, but to he lengc it and its authority.
Their first venture into Arab relations was a
catastrophe. When someone threw a bomb som
where, the hero"- of the Jewish Defense League
began beating up innocent Arab passersby in the
BOOK REVIEW
Seymour Lielmiaii
A History Of Zionism
THE BOOK A History <>' Zionism by Walter Laqucur
I Holt, Rim-hart & Winston. SlOi is a disappointment
ti me, but this need not deter anyone from reading it.
Jis deficiencies lay in two areas. The
lii-i Is that the history is not developed
thematically or chronologically. Without
a background knowledge of Zionism, the
uninitiated may find themselves in a
maze that baffles and thwarts an at-
it to i isp the current history.
The second area includ ts the lack of
tables and fundamental statistics. The
- i.; the emergence of the major
Zionist factions, as well as dates, places and number of
at i and their partj representation to Zionist con-
sses ire difficult t find and the index is nol much
Istance. The for going are only representative of
nj other short(omings.
Laqui ii s a s holar and a highly capable writer.
Maybi......spi ted too much. His theses are too sub-
i live and con-titute an unnecessary appendage. Too
anj p gea arc devoted to biographical material includ-
ing almost n synopsis ol Herzl's diaries which Marvin
Lowenthal did many years ago.
Lauqueur present- many esoteric bits of data which
reveal assiduous research but contribute nothing to the
history of Zionism. An example is the gem that Rabbi
KalLschcr wrote in 1862 about the danger of Arab ban-
dltry and the rabbi had never been in Palestine. That
is non-hlstoricial trivia. The fact that anti-Jewish feeling
was qiread by the churches in 1899 and shortly there-
alter is important only if the feeling had permanency
and affected later Arab Jewish relationships. Laqueur
does not fully evaluate the earlier statements. The bib-
li-.graphy is excellent, however.
Trotsky ami the Jews by Joseph Nedava (Jewish
Publication .Society, Sti; is misnamed. 'The Jews and the
Communist Revolution" would be more accurate and
more descriptive of the book. The subtitle might be
"Trotsky and Jewish Revolutionaries." He, as Ilya F.hrcn-
berg, was an atheist and a confirmed assimilationist He
Was a Jew solely by accident of birth. Even in his will.
wiitten shortly prior to his assassination in Mexico, he
staled that he was an "irrcconeiliable atheist.'" He saw
I anti-Semitism as a product of the decaying capitalist
o'der. The book is well-written by a professor of political
I science in Israel.
Hyman J. Fligci has produced two books. The Ulla
and Times of Maa Pine and Save! ZilfoerU (B'nai Zion
Foundation i. Pine (1866-1928) was a dedicated leader in
' the Gewirkshaftcn Campaign and the first American
I elected to the Histadrut. Zilbert (1881-1949 enriched
the Jewish elements in Ashkenazic Jewry, He was an
outstanding voice teacher and numbered many greats
j among his pupils. The book has excellent appendices.
It's bad enough that we have our own domes-
tic breed of hot-tempered ruffians, but we cer-
tainly don't have to import more of them.
An abortive attempt by the JDL to institute a
Jewish boycott of Arab business and stores, was
vigorously repudiated and rejected by every Is-
raeli. What Rabbi Meir Kahane does not seem to
under-land i> that our purpose is not to make war
against the Arabs, cither those who live in our
mi.:st or those who live across the borders, but to
make peace with them. Anything which will in-
flame, aggravate and irritate relations is treason
again-t Israel's best interests.
DATELINE ISRAEL By Robert Slater
Soviet Immigrants
Need Time To Adjust
A S5-YEAR-OLD mathematician from Moscow
Leonid Frank, is a newly arrived Russian
with a diffi renl slant on the problems of the So-
\ let Jewish exodui. There is much too must stress
stress placed on aliyah, and not nough on the prob-
lems that Russians encounter when they reach
Israel" says the bachelor immigrant, who arrived
in Israel with his mother five months ago.
Like other Russian Jews, he finds the Israeli
bureaucracy rigid and thinks that it would be bettei
ii the government put Soviet Jewish immigrants in
government offices to serve as clerks "Then," he
notes, "things should improve."
As a bachelor, Frank is fairly unique among
his Soviet Jewish colleagues most come with
families, young children, and occasionally families
might be forced to leave behind sons bound for the
Russian army. But says Frank, "the problems
we bachelors face are just as difficult." lie ob-
served thai ni-m tinder the age of 40 were given a
single room, and often were expected to share it
with two or three other single men.
While ixpressing his own personal hesitation
about Ii to Israeli politics in the first few
months, Frank agrees with the persistent reports
that Soviet Jews, when thej make the political
jump, jump to the right.
Statist i i- coi rect," Frank said, "that
the I. la are joining the right-wing political
parties In Israel, when thej Join at all." It is no
u prisi that parties like Herut are so popular
>ng the new Russian immigrants. After all, ob-
serves Frank, "wherever the Russian goes to
Israel or imewhere else he's going to be afraid
of Socialism, because ol his experiences in the So-
viet Union."
The most enthusiastic Russian immigrant re-
quires time to adjust to a new life, a new country,
a new language, and a new political system. But.
with the passing of time, Soviet Jews will want to
take part in the political process. "The Russians
will want to influence, and not just be influenced,"
Bays Frank, adding, "After all, it is their country'
now, their homeland."
Another frequently heard problem among Rus-
sian immigrants is the lack of Russian-language
material available in Israel, opening a yawning
cultural gap for the newcomers. With little to read
in Russian and with only rudimentary skills in
Hebrew during their first few months in Israel, a
number of Soviet Jews are said to feel fairly iso-
lated those first crucial months in theii new coun-
try.
Naturally enough, the subject of the Soviet
ransom decree arose during a conversation with
the solidly built, dark-haired Russian. He exhibited
no great bitterness toward the Soviet government,
but chose rather to express the ho|>e that the
American Jewish community would bring pres-
sure to bear uj>on the Russians to back down from
their latest move against aliyah.
An easy-going man with a friendly nature,
Frank spends his days at the Ulpan Etzion Hebrew-
language program in Jerusalem, where he studies
Hebrew several hours a day. He is hoping to secure
a teaching position in the Mathematics Department
of the Hebrew University. In Russia, he was en-
gaged In theoretical research in mathematics at a
MOSCOW institute.
More recently the JDL has proclaimed H
war against the mayor of Hebron. Provocal
demonstrations may be good for headlines
publicity, on which organizations like this tin?"'1
but they are in essence anti-Israel, These """''
vtiv dav.- when glimmering- .ol pea i i wZ,!^
A mood or conciliation is in the air, on both
There is a spirit of understanding and a ,,. ,
for normal relations. On the other hand th, h
hard Arab terrorists are doing everything th!'
can to disrupt such normalcy, and to prevent Arab
Jewish understanding. How odd th.it the 1'Jt
Defense League seems to be cooperating in L
same anti-peace policy.
1 am happy to report that the .11)1. has nol
succeeded in enrolling any large following hen
the contrary, its ill-conceived n
aroused public opinion against them. The) i-j,
been provocative but they have also provoked
rumblings of discontent against them: There
have already been open hints in some q i
that if the JDL becomes overly obstrep
are Israelis who are prepared to crack i
and bloody their nose- if the poll
action.
Rabbi Kahane makes a great mistake i: be
sees any parallel between the street- i
and the streets of Brooklyn, There i-
here for a private vigilant" movement
Jews In Sports
By: HASKELL COHEN
(c). 1!'72, Jewish TVIcRraphir AstDOy)

Coach Cracks Barrier
yyilll.K Mr.-. Gavriel Silver Shapiro found it impossible
to crack the Iron Curtain barrier without a visa, an I
I-raeli coaching an American basketball tram accom-l
plished this very feat, much to the consternation of the I
Soviets. lion Zohar, who shepherded an American has-1
ketball team from Nassau County on Long Island. und|
the sponsorship of the U.S. Committee for Sport
Israel, flew to the Holy Land last month with his All
Stars to play against the Israeli national team, The I
purpose was to prepare the Israeli- for the Oh
trials which were scheduled for two weeks befoi
actual games in the city of Augsburg, G my.
The Amateur Athletic Union of th States]
upon learning of the proposed junket to 1
Zohar and asked him to represent th it d States!
With his team in the third annual Yuri Ga firill Me-
morial International Tournament scheduled ir T I
;is The AAU assumed the finan i |
lor this trip once the group left Israel.
Although the \\V had applied foi
it didn't come through i:i time, so thai ivhen the All-
Stan lell Israel late in July, Coach Zol
a Russian visa. Furthermore, as a tern n nj resfcl
the United Slates, he was traveling on an Israeli
port. Upon the arrival of the team, the coach was de-
tained and advised this cohunn that he was treated in
ft very courteous fashion; he was put up in a hotel near
the airport while the rest of the team under Associate
Conch Ed Krinsky left for Tbilisi. Within a day a visa
was provided for Zohar, so that actuallj he was sep-
arated from the team a total of .">0 hour-, catching up
with his boys in the Georgian capital.
Incidentally, the Israeli part of tin- tour was a
smashing success, with four successive triumphs. I"
Georgia the U.S. quintet won its fir-t three pi"1*
against the Russian alternate Olympic team, 'he Georg-
ian national team and Finland. Losses were sustain*!
at the hands of the Russian Olympic 5 and Cwboslo-
vakia's Olympic squad.
Zohar and his associate. Ed Krinsky ol W.-sthury.
Long Island, report that they were given the run
Tl.ili.-i and went and saw everything the) wanted.
It has always been my contention that mow 0
be accomplished through the medium of si""'s an
international level than do/ens of diplomatic meetin
and parleys. The moral of this column is that i >
want to get into the U.S.S.R.. see to it that you
affiliated with a top-flight organization and ^ '
hood Ls that you will have a much easier time get"
behind the curtain.
(.), IMS, .I.wish Ttl-Ki^plii' Aawcy)


Friday. October 20. 1972
vJewisti ftcrSdiar
Page 15-A
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?OJ3
Continued From Page 4-A
begun, "and I WSi' as proud to
l m American of Greek ances-
,iv as you are lo be Americans
of Polish ancestry." That was
the bit that really led to "May
You Live a Thousand Years!"
at the end.
MAYBE ONE should not have
been quite so surprised. After
nl!. far and away the two best
.poaches at the two political
convent'ons were delivered by
Sen. Edward Kennedy and the
vice president.
All the same, one could not
help thinking, with some aston-
ishment, about how effective
Spiro T. Agnew might be on
serious issues.
He -hould be exceptionally ef-
fective, if he ever tackles real
i-stic in the same tone, and
with tlie same manner, that he
[showed before the Polish-Amer-
Icans in Detroit.
THERE is another aspect of
| the vie president, too, that
ought to be of creat interest to
[all serious political handicap-
pers including the many who
hni' vilriollcally anti-Agnew. By
all the signs, tin- year will see
defection of ethnic
n the Democratic
Pa ij And Spiro Agnew can
I he i be di set ibed as tlie super*
'''"' on the American seen.'
| today.
"I thni: is a word he hates,
land tightly, because it is a way
" classifying people somewhat
! rheod re Roosevelt's angry
phrase "hyphenated Americans."
Bil In i- our super-ethnic, all
the same, both by nature and
by inheritance.
Ills FATHER was an Immi-
grant, who made his living on a
I grocery truck in the depression
[years and never cast a Republi-
can vote. The family scrimi>cd
land saved to send the son
through college. He became a
Republican as he moved up in
tin world. But he still has all
the views that are causing so
many faithfully Democratic
ethnic voters to recoil in horror
Sen. George MeGovem.
In other words, he believes in
work. He is intensely pa-
Hint i'' in a way that is now old-
fashioned except among eth-
He is deeply proud of hav-
ht through the worst
' Bastogne, and of bav-
in part of the U.S. arm-
thrust into Nazi Germany.
He aLo thinks it is high time
' things about the label of
''" rich people's party"
* hi i is the main ethnic objec-
to the Republicans.
"IK VICE president was
n in 1968 solely bees
h happened to fit into the
i-nt's electoral strategy.
H is cooly used by the Presl-
ln I9H0-70 because Richard
M. N'ixon wanted someone lo
i talk, in just the way that
Mr Agnew obediently did. That
hurt him badly, and he knows
But the super-ethnic is no
stupid humbler. He is Just what
the younger McGovcrnitcs would
call "a terrible square" as
;'"' '< a super-ethnic. And may-
' just maybe, we are now see-
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anably "with it" politicians.
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Miami, Florida Friday, October 20, 1972
South Beach Activities Center
Reaches Out To The Area's Elderly
Rev Anthony Rocha represented Grunhut. "Our goal is to offer the an enclave for elderly Jews. In
Presidi nt Nixon at the official area's elderly an alternate life- recent yean, a growing number
opening of the South Beach Activi- style by increasing self-reliance of Sparish-si>eaking residents
ncs (enter Sunday. and encouraging independence. The (mostly Cuban refugees) have
K Ro:ha, a Catholic priest, is problems of the Isolated aged no moved into the area and now com-
director and professor at the In- longer have to nag at Miami's prise close to one-fourth of the
stitute of Gerontology at the State conscience.
University in New York and al- -By expanding this center, we
visor to the White House Confer- can keep our senior citizens from
imr- on Aging, Food, Health and becoming premature candidates for
Jerusalem Post Editor
To Visit Miami Area
_ This week-end Ted R. Lurie. has served as Jerusalem corre-
Rarfta R Editor-in-Chief of the Jerusalem spondent of "Central News Agen-
o ion Post, will be the guest of the <>" London; "News Chronicle"
--------------- ______ London; Columbia Broadcasting
System, N. Y.; A.P. New York.
The first accredited Palestine
war correspondent with Jewish
units in Middle Last during World
War II, he directed Lnglish broad-
casts of Haganah secret transmit-
ter, and was a Haganah public
relations officer.
Mr. Lurie is the best known
journalist in the Middle East. He
lectures and has been active in
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
which he calls "the mother of
universities in Israel and the re-
pository of brain power and lead-
ership in the country."
Nutrition.
Tin center has been created un-
der the auspices of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation with the
ircea and skills of several of
|Federat'on's local beneficiary
I agem I
I ted at 25 Washington Ave.,
lit is deep in the heart of a poverty
jar a and only a block away from
the only !<>w-income publi. housing
Ion M ami Beach. It is staffed and
[administered by the YM-YWHA of
[Greati r Miami in cooperation with
line Division of Family Services of
(Florida's Department of Health
land Rehabilitative Services.
Funding is under Title 16 of the
ISocial Security Administration.
Frhe Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
will underwrite 25% of the
nt with the government provid-
ing the remainder in matching
Bunds.
Special guests at the ribbon cut-
nursing homes and mental institu-
tions," he continued. "There is no
need for senility and depression to
become a part of the aging proc-
ess."
The center, which is open seven
days a week, is providing social
service oriented volunteer activi-
ties for the seniors under the co-
operation of the Jewish Vocational
Service, another Federation bene-
ficiary.
In addition, an informal refer-
ral service (crisis information and
transportation to services pro-
vided) and job training will be
available.
A professional nurse (under the
auspices of Mount Sinai Medical
Center, a Federation beneficiary)
will be at the center five days a
week and there will be a close
working relationship with the nu-
tritional low-cost meals program
conducted by the senior citizens of
population.
"Many of these residents speak
only Spanish or Yiddish and have
di'fi ulty handling themselves in
English," said Robert Russell, pres-
ident of the GMJF. "This increases
thvi isolation and discourages
them from participation in many
social service programs.
"To avoid this situation, the
center will be staffed by Yiddish
and Spanish-speaking case work-
ers," he said.
The median ago of South Beach
residents is well into the 70s.
There are over 2.400 food stamp Israel to the community,
recipients, close to 3.500 elderly Bofn ,n New York h(? gra(luatcd
are living entirely on Social Se- fr()m C()rne|| University ami Lurie
went to live in Israel in 1930. He
TID B. LURIE
American Friends of tVie Hebrew
University in the Miami area. An
eloquent simkesman and world re-
nowned journalist, he will bring a
timely message directly from
Continued on Page 3-B
Now on a limited tour of Amer-
ican cities. Mr. Lurie is making
Miami one of his most important
visits. He will be meeting with
leaders in the community in the
field "f communieations as well as
addressing several grou|>s includ-
ing Temple Beth Sholom, Friday
evening.
Mr. Lurie is scheduled to give
the opening lecture of the Adult
Education scries at Temple Beth
El, Hollywood, and will also spend
a day at Palm Beach, meeting
with leaders and Friends of the
Hebrew University.
ting and dedication included Rev. Dade County.
iRocha: Arthur S. Rosichan, execu- Educational and cultural enrich-
tive vice president of the GMJF; ment programs (with the coopera-
braham Grunhut, South Beach tion of Lindsey Hopkins and Flor-
chaimian of Federation's 1972 ida International University) will
CJA-IEF campaign and chairman reach out to hundreds of senior
of the center's Advisory Commit- citizens in the area.
lee: Stanley Gilbert, president of Field trips, consumer education
the YM-YHWA; George Wolpert, and budgeting, drama, pottery and
fepp -enting Miami Beach Mayor sewing classes (only a few of the
piuck Hall; Grace Stewart, chief handicrafts classes to be made
pf the Bureau of Adult Services of available) will be offered along
(the Florida Department of Health with h:tory, "English as a second
and R Jim Clhvon of the bureau and self-improvement classes. Addi-
roimressman Dante Fascell. tional courses will be offered as
"This is a Protected Environ- the interest is shown.
men. Dav Care facility." said Mr. South Beach had been known as
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from famed California maker
More them 400 persons attended last Sunday's official open-
ing of the South Beach Activities Center located at 25 Wash-
ington Ave. Participants included, from left to right, Arthur
S. Rosichan, executive vice president, Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation; Congressman Dante Fascell; Rev. Anthony
Rccha. who represented President Nixon, and Stanley Gil-
bert, president of the YM-YWHA of Greater Miami.
tmbassador's Ball Scheduled for Dec. 17
The annual Ambassador's Ball
has teen set for Sunday. Dec. 17,
In the Grand Ballroom of the
ntainebleau Hotel, according to
Milton M. Parson, director of the
3i eater Miami Israel Bond organi-
sation.
Dr. Irving Lehrman, chairman
pf the board of governors of the
Israel Bond organization, declared,
[This year's ball will have a spe-
cial significance as we celebrate
|he 25th anniversary of Israel's
ptatehood.
Since its inception more than
decade ago the Ambassador's
Ml has been an evening of joy
&nd celebration bringing together
ne men and women who have led
he Israel Bond effort. I am con-
nt that everyone in the Jew-
h community will want to mark
this quarter-century milestone in
Israel's history with a significant
gesture of solidarity and partner-
ship with the people of Israel."
Traditionally held under the
patronage of the Ambassador of
Israel, the gala event will bring
to a climax the year's activities
of the Israel Bond Organization.
Among the highlights of the Ball
will be the presentation of the
Eleanor Roosevelt-Israel Humani-
ties Award conceived by the gov-
ernment of Israel to perpetuate
the humanitarian values which
made Mrs. Roosevelt an immortal
in her own lifetime.
Dr. Leon Kronish, chairman of
the executive committee and of
the honoree selection board, State
of Israel Bonds, said that the
name of this year's honoree will
be announced later this month.
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Friday, Octocex 20,
1972
Mesivta Dinner Chairman
Named For Dec. 3 Function
Appointment of five prominent included Max Guttman. president
Greater Miaitf Ic Hgtw and civic of Beth Israel Congregation; Os-
lead.Ts as chairmen and associate-
car Schapiro, associate chairman
of the executive committee of the
Hebrew Academy; and William
Mechanic, president of Beth Jacob
Congregation.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross is
principal of the Mesivta. which
provides education for both local
and non-resident students, more
than half of whom require scholar-
ship assistance.
HYMAN GALBITT
chairmen of the 12th annual schol-
arship dinner of the Louis Mcr-
vritzer Mesivta High School to be
held Dec. 3 was announced Wed-
I* lay.
Moses J. Grundwerg. president
of the Smith's largest all-day
Hebrew high school, made the an-
nouncement. The institution con-
tinues the study piogram of and
L-, affiliated with the Greater
Miami Hebrew Academy, hut
meets its own financial needs,
Mr. Grundwerg said.
Former Miami Beach City ;
Councilman Flyman Galbut and
Jacob Modansky, president of
Kneseth Israel Congregation, ac-
cepted appointments as chairmen
of the dinner, to be held in the
Eden Roc Hotel.
Mr. Galbut. an attorney and
a commander in the United States
Naval Reserve, is a vice president |
of the Mesivta and has long been
active in ine organization. This is
the seventh consecutive year in
which he has served as a dinnei
hairman.
Mr. Modansky, an officer of the
Hebrew Academy and a leader in
numerous Torah Judaism activi-
ties, served as a co-chairman of
the scholarship banquet last year.
Associate chairmen designated
JFCS Staff On
Discussion Panel
The Women's Committee of
Jewish Family and Children's
Sendee will hold a general meet-
ing open to members and guests
at the home of Mrs. Howard
Scharlin, 3815 Battersea Rd.. Co-
conut Grove, Tuesday from 10 a.m.
to noon.
The role of a family agency in
today's changing world will be dis-
cussed by a panel of JFCS staff!
members including Leon D. Fisher,
e\ cutive director; Peter Laufer!
assistant director; Louis Bern-
stein, supervisor of the teen-age
program, and Paula Homer, case-
worker, of Services to Senior
Citizens.
JFCS which is supported
through the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation and the United Fund j
of Dade County, provides counsel-'
tog and child welfare services to'
the Jewish community.
Sisterhood Sets
Fashion Show
Membership chairmen Mrs. Sam !
Gruen and Mrs. Carl Rubin an-1
nounce that the Sisterhood of I
Young Israel of Greater Miami
will hold its 14th annual member-
ship coffee and fashion show in
the social hall at 8:30 p.m. on
Wednesday.
The fashion show will feature
the casual and evening look by I
Lynne Felton and will be fol-j
lowed by an ice cream sundae con-
test.
Sisterhood copresidents are Mrs.
Stuart Gross and Mrs. Barry D.
schreiber.
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Like A and B-l, B-2 and
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calcium, plenty of iron,
rich in potassium.
Yet low in sodium.
Delicious with natural
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something sweet for
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Jerusalem Post's Ted R. I.nrie Is Beth El Speaker
The first of the adult education
committee seminars hosted by the
Brotherhood of Temple Beth Kl
will begin Sunday at 9:30 a.m.. in
the Tobin Auditorium. 1351 S. 14th
Ave.. it was announced by Harvey
R. Horowitz, chairman of the
adult education committee.
Guest speaker will be Ted R.
Lurie. Israeli journalist, editor and
managing director of the Jerusa-
lem Post.
Mr. Lurie received his BA de-
gree in journalism from Cornell
University in 1930 and is a found-
ing committee member, Journa-
lists' Association, member presid-
ium. Editors' Committee; Jerusa-
lem correspondent. .Central Nevys
Agency. News Chronicle. London.
Kngland; Columbia Broadcasting
System and Associated Press. New
York
He was the rirst accredited
Palestine war correspondent with
Jewish units in Mir-;,;;, Pm* ,
World Warn: ffiBSjl
broadcasts of Haganah Z\
transmitter. Hannah public ^
. Uons officer; reprt.ented Israel "t
..r.rst. Asian. .Cor.:-:. r.,e of lm*\
; national Press Institute. Tokyo"
I and Internationa] Press j^^
Assembly. Washington; president
Jerusalem Rotary Club, chairman' I
Jerusalem branch Israel-Japan |
Society.
INSTITUTE OF JEWISH STUDIES
of the CENTRAL AGENCY FOR JEWISH EDUCATION
of the Jewish Federation of Greater Miami
Courses seminars workshops leading to Teacher Licensing, and
In-Service, Professional Deveiopment Programs for
Afternoon Hebrew Day School Weekend School
Early Childhood Teachers
SCHEDULE OF COURSES
(Beginning week of October 23)
CAJE
CAJE
South Dade
South Dade
CAJE
North Dade
CAJE
8:00 9:45 PAA
9:45 AM- 12:00 Noon
7.-00 PM 8:00 PAA
8:00 PM 9:00 PM
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8:00 PM 9:00 PM
9:00 PM- 10:00 PM
7:00 PM 9:45 PM
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8:00 PM- 9:00 PM
9:00 PM- 10:00 PM
8:00 PM 10:00 PM
12:30 PM- 1:30 PM
1:30 PM- 2:30 PM
2:30 PM 3:30 PM
Tuesdays
Humanizing the Jewish Classroom
Wednesdays
MegiHot Ezra, Nehemiah Recent Israeli L -eraturj
Methods of Teaching in the Weekend School
Hebrew Terminology as a Source of Jewish Values
Thursdays
Israel and Soviet Jewry Curriculum Workshop
History of the Jews in the New World
Who are the Jews?
Kuzari Mishneh Torah Yesodot Hatefilah
The Voice of the Torah
Methods of Teaching in the Weekend Schccl
Judaism and Contemporary Issues
Ulpanit Advanced ($30 fee)
Fridays
Development of Jewish Law
The Nature of the American Jewish Student
and the Miami Jewish Community
Jewish Ideals and Values in the Curriculum
751-2205
Interested adults welcomed to the program
4200 Biscoyne Bouievari
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Ralph Levitz Honoree At
Technion Society Dinner
Rail*! Lovitz, chairman of the
board < Levl* furniture Corp..
will 1" *ho honoree at the South
Florid;- Chapter. American Tech-
nion Society annual founders din-
ner Tnday evening, Dec. 5, at
lh(. Doral Beach Hotel. The an-
netino tn*tft was made hy Nonnnn
j Ka-- president of the South
Florida Chapter of Te-hnion.
Mi. Kasser al-o announced that
pi,,,. G. Stark has been ap-
point'- new regional director of
the so '>
M, mi of the planning eom-
mitti" are Mrs. Miriam Sirkin.
Mr-. Natalie Lichtenfcld. Mrs. Sor-
rel Ii. Bollet, Irving Weisman,
Mike Baskln, Abraham Grunhut.
Dr. Maxwell Dauer, Herman Ap-
plebaum Ben Ciller. Mr. Kasscr,
Mrs. S-;..-k. Jacob Rifkin. Dr. Jo-
geph .'. ton, Murray Friedman.
Milton -.:'kin. Jack Katzman and
Mrs. 1 "thy S|>eetor.
A 3 -.' Alem.'in. Morris Bern-
A.I (long. Chapter
Highlights Politics
hi 'Top Line'
Just ire Chapter of American
[Jewish Congran will feature Mrs.
I Maurice Serotta in "The Top
I.in.'" political program Thurs-
jday, I I 26. at 12:30 p.m. in the
[American Savings and Loan Assn.
[m Lincoln and Alton Rds.
Mrs, Serotta is a past president
lii the !..apue of Women Voters
. South Florida chairman of the
National commission of Social Ac-
Ition ii the Union of Hebrew Con-
|gregatii i -.
Mrs, Albert Cahn is chapter
president, and Dora Maisel serves
las prosrram chairman.
hard. Mrs. Mollie Brilliant. Shep-
ard Broad. Leon Ell. Mrs. Anne
Gaibelnick.* Mayor Chuck Hall,
Rabbi Sol Landau. Morris Lapi-
dus. Dr. Irving; Lehrman, Sidney
Mank, Dr. Carl McKentry, Good-
win Salkofl. Judge Herbert Sha- i
I piro, Herman Shaw, Sydney'
j Traum, A. I. Inlander. Sydney |
I Weintratlb and Alan Wilson.
Washington, D.C.
Weekend Conclave
For Florida JWV
Mrs. Lillian M. Sehoen. presi-
dent. Department of Florida. Jew-
ish War Veterans Auxiliary, will i
attend a national executive com- i
mittec meeting this weekend in
Washington, D.C.
Also attending will be past na-
tional presidents Malvine Free-
man, national aid to Israel chair-
man; Billie Kern, chairman of the
national budget committee; Zolda
Glass, national junior division
Chairman; Daisee B. Hi>l>erman,
national Women of the Year
chairman, and Kav Lingaton. de-
partment leadership chairman.
Schedule for the weekend will t
be preceded by a legislative break- i
fi'st Saturday, at 1:30 a.m. Michael ,
Moskow, Assistant Secretary for |
Policy. Evaluation and Research.
United States Department of La-
bor, will be guest speaker.
At 2 p.m.. there will lie a lead-
ership seminar, headed by leader-
ship chairman Corinne Oppenheim.
and at 7:30 p.m., the meeting will
Ik? opened officially.
Before leaving, delegates will
attend a service at Arlington
Cemetery.
Dedication Dinner For New BIdg. <>n Sunday- Nov. 5
On Sunday, Nov. .), starting at
:30 p.m. at the Eden Roc Hotel.
a dedication banquet will be held
lor the new $100,000 Mikvah Rit-
Ualariuml Which has just been
completed.
Jerry Schechter, president of the
Mikvah Organization and Mrs.
Phylis Bastacky, president of the
Daughters of Israel, announce the
South Dade ORT Unit
The ORT South Dade Chapter
has slated a 1C a.m. meeting Tues-
day at Dade Federal, 10301 So.
Dixie Hwy. Guest speakers, rep-
resenting "The Right to Life
I Croup" will be Rabbi Phineas A.
Wtberman and Mrs. Beverly Mar-
tin.
Ainslee Ferdie To Speak
The first late Friday evening
service of the season will be held
at the Israelite Center Temple this
week under the direction of Rabbi
Paul J. Bender. Guest speaker will
be Ainlee Ferdie. national judge
advocate of the Jewish War Vet-
erans: Norman Bruce Brown Post
174 will sponsor the Oneg Shabbat
following the services.
Luncheon Curd Purty
Hadar Chapter or Mizrachi
Women'-; Organization of Amer-
ica Is holding a fund-raising lunch-
eon and card party at noon on
Thursday, Oct. 2(1. at Byron Hall.
Miami Beach. Sarah Shaw is chap-
ter nre-idont
ap|K>intment of Robert M. Kntin.
religious ami communal leader as
the general chairman of the ban
quet.
Mr. Kntin is In'ing assisted by
the following committee: Jaobl
C. COhen, Leo Raiwport. and Sam-
uel Reinhard. honorary chairmen. I
Mrs. Bastacky, Rosalyn Roth, |
Jerry Schechter. Rabbi 'Milton j
Simon, Moses J. Grundwerg, Ga-,
briel Deutsch, cochairmen.
C'immiUec mcml>ers: Bernard
Bastacky. Dr. Norman Bloom. Jo-:
seph Applebaum Murray Berko-1
wit/. Isadore Brafman. Irwin
Block. Judge Norman Ciment. j
Perry Ciment. Rabbi Jonah Can-
Ian, Peter Goldring, Maurice Gold-1
ring, Benjamin Glueck, Rabbi j
Lazar Meiaele, Max Guttman. Alex ,
I.ittman. Abo Platman. Dr. A.'
Katz, Hy Kolko, Dr. D. Kass, M.
Hirsch. S. Waldman, Alex Misko-
vitz. Rabbi A. Korf. M. Kdel.-trin,
Dr, I. Makovsky, N. Glnsburg, D.
natter. Dr. E. Hirschmap, M.
E)hm* !c'h, Rabbi A. Groner, Rab-
bi J. E Backowsky, Mai Feit,
Louis Pollack, Rabbi A. Safra.
Rabbi Sol Kos-jufsky. Rabbi Sol
Sehiff, Judge S. Stauher. II. To-
kaycr. J. Modansky, Ph. Weiss, o.
Schaplro, Louis Merwltser, Mur-
ray Rosihe!!f. H. 'Rosenberg.
Rabbi Sh. Lifs:hetz. M. Jacob, .w-
tv. Barry Schreiber, Milton Gott-
lieb and Harold Glnsburg.
The Rabbinical advisory boaix*
Consists of Rabbi Tiber H. Stern,
"hainnan Rabbis Alexander Gross,
P. Wcbcrman Mordechay Scha-
i.iroh and David Lehrfield.
Drescher To Speak At Ambulance Fete
Sol Drescher, Miami Beach and
j Vew York civic leader, will speak
Sunday morning at ceremonies
j marking the dedication of an am-
bulance to the people of Israel by
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kaplan.
The program, slated for 10 a.m.
at the Greater Miami Hebrew
i Academv, 2400 Pine Tree Dr.. i
I free and o|>en to the public. Mr.
Drescher is a member of the na-
tional board of directors of the
American Rrd Mag'n Dn-->d far
Israel, which has secured 32 am-
bulances from Florida Jewry since
the Six-Day War.
RnmilPl Reinhard is state chair-
man of the American Red Magen
David for Israel: state headquar-
ter for the group helping Israel's
official Red Cross and Civil De-
ferse agency a" maintained at
the Hebrew Academy.
Ed Cohen on WOCN
' Larry King will disittss the ques.
tion or the "Jewish vote" with eol-
I umnist Edward Cohen on his
: WOCN radio talk show next
1 Wednesday evening. Cohen is
| scheduled for the segment of the
'""-"im which begins at 9 p.m.
South Beach Activities Center Opened
< milinued from Page l-B
Icurity enefita and almost 500
( .. nergency relief from the
i M ii Beach Department of Wel-
11 i Tiny are the other side of
[Miami Beach's "sun and fun"
I
ih i nter will provide a cheery
sitiin; lor group activities and
fellowship as well as health edu-
cation and self-help projects." said
Stanley Gilbert, president of YM-
YWHA.
"We're reaching out to the area's
"Id'.Tlv and pulling them out from
their cramped Quarters and awaj
from their hot plates. Now there
will be a place just for them."
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Mis. Anna Lisky (at the mike), representatives of member-
ship, and Abraham Grunhut, chairman of the center's Ad-
visory Committee.
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Friday. October 20, I972
David Blumberg To Present
Award To Robert L. Turchin
David M. Blumberg. interna-
tional president of B'nai B'rith.
the oldest and largest Jewish fra-
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ternal organization in the world,
will present the order's National
Industry Leader Award to Robert
L Turchin at a dinner and ball
being held in his honor at the
Eden Roc Hotel Dec. 2.
This gala event will climax a
scries of B"nai B'rith functions
taking place during the months of
November and December. On
Nov. 12, Jack J. Spitzer, national |
chairman of the B'nai B'rith Foun- |
dation. will be the guest of honor
pt a Century and President's Club
breakfast at the Carillon Hotel:
chaired by Burnett Roth. During
his stay, Mr. Spitzer will meet,
with B'nai B'rith leadership at,
functions hosted by Judge Milton
I. Friedman, Lawrence C. Porter,
and Abel Holtz.
The nationally famous Freedom
Lodge of Miami Beach will hold
its annual Century Club Luncheon
at the Eden Roc Hotel Dec. 7:
guest speaker will be Dr. Henry
King Stanford, president of the
University of Miami. Entertainer
and humorist Emile Cohen will
also be on the program. Herman
Nudelman, Murray Shaw and Elli-
son Kosoff head the luncheon
committee.
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Highlighting the month of ac-
tivity will be the Dec. 2 tribute
fi Robert L. Turchin. Miami
Beach's renowned builder of hi-
rise structures. LawTenee C. Por-
ter, general chairman of the af-
fair, stated that he expected the
dinner-dance to be one of the out-
standing events of the season, and
that from all indications, the ball-
room will be filled to overflowing
with "Bob" Turchin's friends and
business associates. Dr. Irving
Lehrman, rabbi of Temple Emanu-
El and president of the Synagogue
Council of America, will serve as
honorary vice-chairman.
Mr. Blumberg, the 19th presi-
Political Program
And Birthday For
B. B. Chapter
Sunshine Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Women, will hold a regular meet-
ing on Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. in
the Washington Federal, 699 NE
167th St
Mrs. Joseph Morgan, program
rice president, will present a polit-
ical program, "The Issues and the
Answers." and will introduce Mrs.
Francis Cans, vice president and
Anti-Defamation League chair-
man, who will speak on recent
Anti-Defamation League commun-
ications.
On Tuesday. Oct. 31. the chapter
will celebrate its birthday and
honor paid up members and new
members at a noon luncheon to be
held at the Balmoral Hotel.
Guest speaker will be David
Stahl. Anti-Defamation League
community relations representa-
tive.
Reservations may be made with
Mrs. Mark Sterns, membership
vice president. Mrs. Morgan, or
Mrs. Morris Bernstein, chapter
president.
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without using meatthick,
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Choice of two meatless
sauces: Mushroom and tradi-
tional Meatlessboth great for
spaghetti, noodles, pot roast,
meat loaf, fish, omelet, you
name it. Keep both on hand
for family pleasing variety.
; dent of B'nai B'rith. succeeded Dr.
1 William Wexler in the post. A'
' resident of Knoxville. and a mem-
ber of its City Council, he joined
the- AZA in 1928 as a charter
. member of the youth group which
is a component of B'nai B'rith's
youth organization.
1
Mr. Blumberg's vigorous activ-
ities in both Jewish causes and
civic programs have been numer-
ous. He was president of Knox-
ville's Chamber of Commerce,
. Council of Community Services, I
i and Symphony Society, and has
I received awards for 'distinguished __ ^110 /m, w-v
community service and leadership" College Guild SetS I DaV
sponsored by Kiwanis. and the 1
Religious Heritage Foundation of
America Civic and Community
Service Award.
Leaders of the Senior Citizens Club of the Delmonico Hotel
recently contributed almost 55,000 to the Israel Emergency
Fund campaign of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation
From left to right are Harry Fischman, president; Minnie
Slowshower, vice president and chairman of the drive; Max
Greenspan, chairman of the board; Birdie Horwitz, treas-
urer, and Nathan Barman, board member.
I
Mr. Blumberg's service within I
the multi-faceted structure of.
B'nai B'rith on all levels so dis- j
' tinguished him that he was ,
elected by acclamation in 1971 as
I the man most qualified to carry :
j on in the great tradition of Dr. I
I William Wexler, Philip Klutznick. \
' Label Katz, and other leaders of ,
the international organization.
Florida Memorial College Guild. guild board, cohort- at Mrs G
in conjunction with its community
relations program, is coordinating'
T for "Team Day" at the homes
of four officers in the area.
'Jra.
ham's home on Miami Beach.
Further informatior. may be ob-
tained from Florida Mem .rial Col.
lege.
Mrs. Jack Green, president, will
welcome a group at her home;
Essie Silver will be host at her
home in North Miami; Mrs. Chris,
Tyson, treasurer, in Coral Gables,
and Mrs. Royal W. Puryear. vice,
president, and Mrs. Edwin R. Gra-
ham, founder and chairman of the
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Friday, Octobef 20. 1972
+Jewish FhrldUan
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President's Conference Adds ^SUS^SST
5 Women's Organizations
The "Women's Lib" movement
,.,me to the Conference of Pres-
ents f Majqr..American Jedsh
' rganizatlona with the election
this week of five additional na-
tional women's groups, with a
bership totalling 510,00.
Announcement was made by
Jacob Stein, chairman of the Pres-
Conferenee. This action in-
, eases to seven the number of
women's organizations that are
members of the now thirty mem-
!, Presidents Conference.
The five newl/ elected members
oj the Presidents Conference are:
the B'nai B'rith Women, with a
membership of 137,00; the Na-
tional Women's League of the
United Synagogue, 200,000; the
National Federation of Temple
Sisterhoods, 110,000; the Mizrachi
Women's Organization of Amer-
|ca, 31,500; and the Pioneer
Women, 32,000.
The two national women's
groups that previously held mem-
bership in the national co-ordinat-
ing group of the American Jewish
community are Hadassah, with a
i membership of 325,000, and the
I National Council of Jewish Wom-
en, with more than 100,000 mem-
bers.
In jrrmouncimr the election of
the five new women's groups to
the Conference of Presidents of
Major American Jewish Organi-
zations, Mr. Stein said:
"In electing an additional five
national Jewish women's groups,
we are happy to give additional
representation to American Jewish
women in our Presidents Confer-
ence. We now have a membership
of well over a million women
within the 'umbrella' organizations
of the American Jewish commun-
ity, as a considerable number of
women are members of the twen-
ty-three other groups comprising
our membership.
"Previously, we elected only
women's groups, without any af-
filiation with a men's organization.
In adding the five new women's
groups, we have accepted into
membership groups affiliated with
men's organizations, but only
those that operate independently
of their affiliated men's group, and
who provide their own budgets,"
Mr. Stein said.
JFIA Auxiliary
Greater Miami Women's Auxili-
ary. Jewish Home for the Aged,
will hold it< monthly birthday
I party,ftt Douglas Gardens, \5i NJE
52n1 St.. Sunday, Oct. 29. at 2 p.m.
Mrs. Goldie Stein, life member
i of the Homo, who is celebrating
her own birthday, will host this
I annual event.
Mrs. Lawrence iSharil Silver-
: man. Auxiliary president, will give
, the message of welcome and ex-
; tend greetings with Mrs. Stein to
all residents celebrating their
! birthdays in October.
Mrs. Louis Makovsky, program
chairman, will int-oduce the mui-
I cal program featuring Fllsa Zigler
| who will entertain with Yiddish
I and Israeli songs.
On Tuesday. Oct. 31, the auxili-
ary is holding its special annual
treasure chest affair at noon in
the Algiers Hotel.
Mrs. Sol (Mollie) Silverman,
honorary life president, will give
a report.
In charge of reservations, which
must be made in advance are Hen-
ny Jaffee, Anne Tanenbaum and
Rose Roth.
2,000 Attend Hadassah's
Bond-with-Israel Luncheon
Dr. Lehrman To Lead Youth
In Annual Rabbi's Retreat
Dr. and Mrs. Irving Lehrman
Iwill spend an eventful weekend
[with members of the Temple
[ini.-mu-Kl Youth Group beginning
5 p.m. Friday when the annual
[R.'ibbi's Retreat begins.
Youngsters in the Miami Beach
congregation's confirmation class
land other junior and senior high
[school students will depart the
iLehrman Day> School by bus for
lib. Sun City Motel, 17375 Collins
|Ave.. at 4:30 p.m.
-Martin Listowsky, Tern pie
|Kmanu-F.l youth director, is co-
liirilinating plans for the weekend
|\wth tr.e aid of youth chair-
nun Randy Lichtman and Earl
tMelamed,
A candle lighting ceremony Fri-
|c!;;y evening will be followed by
evening service, a Shabbas
dinner, a roundtable discussion
with the rabbi and by singing and
dancing.
Dr. ILehrman will lead a 6:30
|b m. Saturday sunrise service on
eanfront beach, with break-
liast at 9 a.m. and regular Sab-
|lnMli services at 10 a.m. A Shabbat
imcheon at noon will be followed
[Lucy Estrin To
Address Monthly
[Sisterhood Brunch
Lucy Estrin, a licensed Parent
Effect veness Training instructor,
jwili he the featured speaker at
the monthly open "bruncheon
meeting" of the Sisterhood of
Temple Beth Sholom, according
I'o an announcement made by Mrs.
pleyer Kotler, Sisterhood presi-
|cl.'iit.
The meeting will take place in
hbp temole auditorium. 4144 Chase
JAve., at 11 a.m. Wednesday. Mrs
llrving Miller, program, chairman
|of the SKterho-ri announced, and
[is open to the general public.
Lucy Estrin, a graduate of
Brooklyn College, received her
plaster's degree in Social Work
'join the University of Tennorsee.
[She is a member of the Academv
|of Certified Social Workers and is
[currently employed at the Chil-
Idren's Psychiatric Center at Jack-
jsoti Memorial Hospital. She serve-
las a faculty member at the Uni-
|vp/sity of Miami School of Medi-
and Barry College School of
cial Work, and also conducts a
private practice in Coral Gables.
/
by rap sessions, free time, Mincha
service and Shalosh Seudot (third
meal).
Before return Saturday night
there will be a Havdallah service,
a cookout and bowling. Reserva-
tions for the Rabbi's Retreat may
be made with Mr. Listowsky at
the Temple office, 1701 Washing-
ton Ave.
Dr. Lehrman said the syna-
gogue's youth program again has
been expanded this year, with spe-
cial activities geared to all age
levels.
Sisterhood Plans
Annual Luncheon
Beth Torah Congregation's Mol-
lie Kahaner Sisterhood will hold its
annual fashion show and luncheon
Wednesday Nov. 8, at 11 a.m. For
the first time, the affair will not
be held at Beth Torah. but rather
at the Seville Hotel Miami Beach.
The Golden Autumn Fashion
Show Luncheon proceeds will be
used to implement the youth pro-
gram offered by Beth Torah.
"Styles modolrd in the fashion
show will bo from Jordan Marsh,
emphasizing today's do-your-own-
thng motif," says Lenore Elias,
cha;rman.
T>>e luncheon is ooen to the
public; for details, or to make
reservations contact Beth Torah
Congregation. Interama Blvd.,
No-th Miami Bca^h.
More than 2,000 members of the i
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah
gathered Thursday at the annual
Hadassah B >nd-with-Israel lunch-
eon in the Fontainebleau Hotel to
pay tribute to Lillian Goodman,
and purchased both Israel Bonds
and Capital for Israel in response
to an eloquent appeal by Rabbi
Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of
Temple Beth Sholom.
Miss Goodman, president of the
I. R. Goodman Chapter of Ha.las-
sah for the past seven years, was
the recipient of the coveted Wom-
an of Valor Award in ceremonies
inaugurating Israel's 25th anni-
versary.
Guest speaker was Mrs. Jan
Peerce, National Women's Division
chairman of the State of Israel
Bonds and wife of the noted opera
singer.
Serving with Mrs. Milton Sirkin,
luncheon chairman, and Mrs. Phil-
ip Thau, Miami Beach Hadassah
Israel Bond chairman, were the
following vice chairmen: Mrs. Fred
Jonas, Mrs. Jack Katzman, Mrs,
EmanueJ Mcntz and Mrs. Sam
Simonhoff. AsstsTirtg In this gala
function were 27 group presidents
and their bond chairmen.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual
| leader of Temple Emanu-El, prais-
ed Miss Goodman's "devotion to
her community and to Israel" and
j her fellow memhers of the Miami
Beach Hhdassah for their response
1o Israel's economic weds during
i the country's 25th anniversary of
statehood'.
Mrs. Mentz is president of the
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadas-
sah representing more than 8,000
women. Mrs. Debbie Wernick is
executive director of the Wom-
en's Division of Israel Bonds of
Greater Miami.
Milton M. Parson, director of the
Greater Miami Bond organization,
lauded the Hadassah membership
for accepting the Israel Bond pro-
gram as part of the Hadassah pro-
gram.
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* Jewish fhridHain
Friday. October 20 \m
Norman K;i-mt Named to Board (>f Teclmion Society
Norman J. Ka*sor of Coral
Gab'e*. or. s o>nt of the South
Florida Chapter. American TV h-
i.lent. Greater Miami YM-YWHA:
>f gwrmn, Greater Miami
Jewish F li ration.
Hi- U ah > on the board of di-
of Histamitt. and member of Tem-
ple Judca.
"The society is indeed privileged
to have a man of Mr. Kaiser's caii-
J K *
cctors, Hebrew Academy: mem- her as a member <>f the hoard of
bcr of tbe rational board of true- tbi* national body." Mr. Willen'
fres !;ra-! IVird*; hoarr! member declai-e^T*
M-DJC Appoints Dr. Handelsman
Sherman To Receiv
A Scroll Of Honor
A Scroll of Honor will be award- vnm|>ati;ns, be MM :-
ed to Al Sherman, vice president
of Riverside Laundry, for his work
Dr. Robert Jay Handelsman. a
member ol the Miami-Dado Jun-
ior College faculty for the pat
:"our yea-s. was recently appointed
financial aid director at the col-
lege's row downtown campus.
Dr. Handelsman attended under-
latO srh >ol at Adelphi Uni-
versity and received his M.A. de-
BTi e in Modern Languages from
Middlebury College. He taucht
Spanish and French at Coral
Gahle- High School before be-
coming Ch Ta F.L.E.S. language
teacher, and al?o taught the
"Around the Corner" seiies on Ch.
2.
Dr. Handelsman, who resides in
South Miami with his wife, Eileen.
' has written and produced docu-
mentary and public relations films
for Florida State University's Col-
lege of Education, the computer-
assisted instruction center and the
Office of Naval Research.
NORMAN KASSIB
nio h.-i. been designated
:: membei >. "lie board of direc-
tor- of the national organization
for ;> three-year term according to
Joseph vTOlen, chairman of the
so : ty's nominating committee.
Mr. Kasaer, who distinguished
hin--if in Jewish communal work
in his hometown, Philadelphia, has
cxraMed His 'lartic'nation and in-
terest in the Miami Jewish cimmu-
nity n affairs since his arrival in
Florida. He head' Kasser Land and
Realtj Corp., :- a enchairman of
the Hillel Community Board of
the I'nivp-sity of Miami: vec pres-
KOBIBJ HAHDHSHAH
Stephen M. Platt Appointed
Stephen M. Platt. C.P.A. ha*
been appointed controller of High-
land Park General Hospital. 1660
N\V 7th Ct.. Miami according to
Michael D. Bakst. administrator.
He will also be responsible for
fiscal affairs of the Surgical Cen-
ter of Miami, the Human Resource
Institute and Bio-Medical Appli-
cations, which are affiliated with
National Medical Care. Inc.. Bos-
ton, Mass.
Kennel's Semi-Finals
It was Pat Dalton's outfit that
took the lead after the first round
of the S20.000 Kennel Medley at
Fiaglor Kennel Club, and now 16
; kf nnels will advance to the semi-
I final round of the Kennel Medley.
scheduled for Saturday night. Two
races will be run in each of four
i distances, the hurdle, the 5/16th.
i the Flakier and Marathon Courses.
offices in the Miami B.
organizations, the Jewish \,to
Fund, Techniim L'ni T!
Club of Dado Co
Menorah and the -
Men's Club.
fmpfc
AL SHUMAH
toward improving future develop-
ment during a Night in Israel"
event set for Nov. 21 at the Aven-
tura Country Club.
Mr. Sherman, president of the
Aventura-Fnsenada Condominium
Owners Association, was Commis-
sioner of Boxing for the City of
Miami Beach for 13 years and
Commissioner of Housing for two
years.
A veteran worker in Israel Bond
The Night In Israel ,
salute the people ol Isra ,n J
occasion of the nation's 5 ..- x.
niversai-y ol itat
commemorate the n i
of economic progress i
baa achieved with tl :."...
Bonds. ,ael
New Apple Recipe
Booklet Offered
An apple a da\
k< o-> the loci
da iusl abo I
a free n cipe b
Moit. (the ap|
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You'll find reci] -
thine from Ap
to Apple Jul, p
tips to salad noti Thei alo a
special section on The n itoWq
' to New Flavor a difI
to use those new I
cocktails.
I
In all there are
recipes, tips and ideas 7 -a
' 25 cent chanrc to cover vxtasj
and ha"Ding. Write to Dwt. 21,
Duffy-Mott Co.. Inc.,
ton Ave.. New York. X.Y
Every day is a holiday
when you eat out
isib;si \ 1eh i niton.11 the courtesy of the i oi i on s\. iii;stai rv\ts
ASH'S ITALIAN RESTAURANT
468 Arthur Godfrey Road, Miami Beach
(Enlarged Dining Room) 534-2470
BAHAMA STEAK HOUSE
3890 N.W. 36th Street, Miami 634-8001
BARNABY'S RESTAURANT
1500 West 49th Street, Hialeah 823-2330
BAY HARBOR DELI
1067 95th Street, Bay Harbor Isle, Florida
Phone 865-5051
BILL'S TERRACE RESTAURANT
1128 N.E. 1st Avenue, Miami, Florida
OPEN 5 A.M. to 7 P.M Phone 373-9401
BISCAYNE CAFETERIAS
9900 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami Shores-758-5212
1917 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami 576-1712
147 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables-443-6531
BLACK CAESAR'S FORGE
6701 S.W. 152nd Street, Miami -233-5541
THE BULL AND BEAR RESTAURANT
10 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami374-6723
In the McAllister Hotel
BURGER KING"
Home of the Whopper"
Serving the Greater Miami Area
J and S Curci's
CAPE C0DDER RESTAURANT
620 N.E. 78th Street, Miami 751-9415
CAVE FANTASTIC RESTAURANT & BAR
1005 5th Street, Miami Beach 672-9026
Reinalda RestanoOwner
CHE? VFVD0ME RESTAURANT
700 Bi'ttrore Way
Coral Gables-443-4646
CHINA INN RESTAURANT
14255 N.W. 7th Avenue, North Miami, Florida
Phone 6814)012
CHIPPY'S RESTAURANT AND PANTRY
101 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables-446-7031
COPERNICOS RESTAURANT
250 N.E. 183rd Street
North Miami Beach 652-4303
De FERE'S RESTAURANT
762 N.W. 183rd Street, North Miami, Florida
Phone 621-9572
DOLLY'S RESTAURANT
6815 Biscayne Boulevard at 69th Street
EMBERS RESTAURANT DINING ROOM
245 22nd Street, Miami Beach, Florida
Phone 538-4345
FALCON'S RESTAURANT AND BAR
2750 N.W. So. River Drive, Miami 633-9489
FARRfU'S ICE CREAM PARLOUR RESTAURANT
SUN. THRU THUR. 11 A.M. 11 P.M
FRI. & SAT. 11 A.M. 1 A.M.
FREE SUNDAE ON YOUR BIRTHDAY
1645 West 49th Street, Hialeah, Florida
Phones 823-1889 823-9102
THE FORGE RESTAURANT and LOUNGE
432 Arthur Godfrey Road, Miami Beach
Phone 534-4536
GEORGE COFFEE SHOP
AMERICAN FOOD BREAKFAST LUNCH
9300 South Dixie Highway, Miami, Florida
Phone 667-9241
GLASS HAT RESTAURANT & MOTEL
19800 West Dixie Highway, Miami, Floritu
Phone 931-0316
Owned and Operated by Jack M Poulos
THE HASTA
2665 S.W. 37fh Avenue, Miami-445-363i
HOFFMAN'S CAFETERIA
1450 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach-531-0357
HO TOY CHINESE-AMERICAN RESTAURANT
3980 S.W. 8th Street, Coral Gables-445^o55
Ely Tang, Owner
HOUSE OF CHEN TONG
Home of Mandarin Chinese Food J
1232 N.E. 163rd Street
North Miami Beach -945-1722
HUDDLE HOUSE SNACK BAR RESTAURANTS
No. 1 7610 S.W. 8th Street 261-9382
3899 Bird Road 446-6023
Miami, Florida
HUNGRY HOUND RESTAURANT
12305 S. Dixie Hwy., Miami-238-0392
John Davis Jr., Owner, manager
JAMAICA INN THE ENGUSH PUB
Complete Banquet Facilities
320 Crandon Blvd., Key Biscayne
Phone 361-5481
KING STABLE BAR B-Q LOUNGE
OPEN 9 A.M to 1 A.M.
5 N.E. 54th Street, Miami, Florida
Phone 758-9148
KING'S WHARF RESTAURANT
AT THE MIAMI MARRIOTT HOTEL
1201 N.W. 42nd Avenue, Miami, Florida
Phone 649-5000
THF l*M0N TREE RESTAURANT and SUB SHOf
920 71st Street, Miami Beach-866-9103


Friday. Octooer 20. 1972
+Jowlst nofidHam
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nationa
RESTAURANT-nth
A warm welcome, particularly tempting feed and courteous service are
9n tap lor diners this month as the foodservice industry celebrates National
Restaurant Month. Theme of October's program of the National Restaurant
Association is "WE'RE GLAD YOU'RE HERE." .
The campaign slogan is a major part of the association's continuing, na-
tionwide effort to improve hospitality and courtesy in restaurants and other
foodseivice establishments.
Those farms Listed on these pages are taking the lead in intensifying their
Lfforts to be especially pleasant. They promise unusual service and food as
jie "eating out" drive of the 46 billion dollar industry offers to side track dull
foutine cooking and washing dishes and to substitute the fun of eating
tut.
With cafeterias, drive-ins, coffee shops, restaurants and gourmet dinner
ihouses sharing in the "WE'RE GLAD YOU'RE HERE" effort, the 53-year-old
National Restaurant Association has launched its most successful promotion
Lffoit ::i history.
South Florida's restaurant industry is one of the most important in the total
Iconcmy, and many of the dining places here again have captured top honors
torn magazines, newspapers and most important from the general
public for the quality of their food and service.
With 3.4 million employees, the foodservice industry including hospital,
chool and in-plant feeding ranks fourth in the country in retail sales.
October is a good month to test the hospitality climate in a restaurant of
taui choice.
Every
day is a holiday
when you
eat out
*
|LA RESTAURANT
OPEN-1 1:30 A.M. to 10:30 P.M.
2290 S.W. 8th Street, Miami, Florida
Phone 642-9020
imehouse restaurant
215 Sunny Isles Blvd., Miami Beach, Florida
Phone 947-2112
ING-NAM RESTAURANT
AUTHENTIC CHINESE FOOD
2261 S.W. 67th Avenue, West Miami, Florida
Phone 261-0693
JON'S SHARE RESTAURANT
No. 1-14615 West Dixie Highway
North Miami 945-9424
No. 2-16744 N.W. 27th Avenue
OoaLocka-625-5231
No. 3-13495 N.W. 7th Avenue
North Miami-685-0103
JONS SHARE RESTAURANT AND LOUNGE
18230 N.W. 2nd Avenue, Miami-624-9710
LOYPS OF THE MAIS0N GRANDE
MAJOR CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED
6039 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida
Phones 865-6228 861-4493
MADRID RESTAURANT
SPECIALIZING IN SPANISH & MEXICAN FOODS
740 S.W. 8th Street, Miami, Florida
Phones 856-1779 854-9378
ftA-KAO RESTAURANT
AUTHENTIC CANTONESE FOOD
80C'! Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, Florida
Phones 754-3081 759-9445
DELIA'S ITALIAN RESTAURANT
AND LOUNGE
13886 West Dixie Highway,
North Miami. Florida
Phones 891-8080 891-8220
|lAPifys RFtTAURANT
1'NOON TO 2 A.M. Wvmv. 866-9618
300 72nd Street, Miami Beach, Florida
MARYLAND FRIED CHICKEN
1901 N.E. 168th Street
North Miami Beach -949-4004
"MIAMI'S ORIGINAL" BAR B-Q-BARN
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK Phone 681-2491
11705 N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami, Florida
BILL MILLER COCKTAIL LOUNGE and
STEAK HOUSE
3590 N.W. 79th Street, Miami-691-9899
MINGIE'S CHINESE RESTAURANT
760 N.W. 183rd Street Shopping Center
North Miami, Florida
OPEN 7 DAYS-11:30 A.M. to 9:30 P.M.
Phone 621-0172
NEW BREED RESTAURANT
14 N.W. 14th Street, Miami-358-5923
Max W. Ford, Owner
PLANTATION PIT BARB-CUE
1550 N.E. 164th Street, North Miami Beach
"Eat In and Take Ouf-945-7011
PUERTO ANTONIO RESTAURANT
1649 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida
Phone 538-9981
JOHNNY RAFFA'S L0B0 LOUNGE
1331 Biscayne Blvd., Miami- 379-6290
RAIMONDO'S ITALIAN
CONTINENTAL RESTAURANT
Recommended by Holiday Magazine
201 N.W. 79th Street, Miami-757-9071
RED COACH GRILL
1455 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami-379-4008
SALLY RUSSELL'S RESTAURANT
AND LOUNGE
LUNCH COCKTAILS DINNER
68 West Flagler Street, Miami, Florida
Phone 373-4800
SAXON'S ROAST BEEF
4800 Le Jeune Road, Coral Gables-666-2877 I
SEAHORSE BAR AND RESTAURANT
"SPECIALIZING IN HOME COOKED MEALS" _J
228 12th Street, Miami Beach, Florida
Phone 531-9461
SIMBA DINING ROOM
(at the New Everglades Hotel)
Dinner Hours from 5:30 p.m.
244 Biscayne Blvd. 379-5461
THE TOWN RESTAURANT
153 N.E. 1st Street, Miami 374-4733
WON TON RESTAURANT
OPEN 7 DAYS 10 A.M. 10 P.M.
711 West 49th Street on Palm Springs Mile
Hialeah-Phone 821-2311
Restaurant Suppliers
A & P BAKERY SUPPLY & EQUIPMENT CO.
70 N.E. 11th Street, Miami, Florida
Phone 379-8349
ATLAS METAL INDUSTRIES
Division of Mercury Aircraft Inc.
1135 N.W. 159th Drive
North Miami, Florida Phone 625-2451
BRUN0R INC.
BRUNO ONORI-PRESIDENT
4250 N.W. 135th Street
Opa Lodca, Florida- Phone 685-5761
DADE RESTAURANT REPAIR SHOP
2319 N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami 573-6888
H0LZER & COMPANY
SERVICING TOLEDO MACHINES
17260 N.W. 2nd Court
North Miami 652-3383
MFTR0 PMTAIIRANT EO'MPMEMT
2930 N.W. 7th Avenue. Miami
634-7784-Bruce G. Aronson
S and S STOVE REPAIR
127 N.W. 5th Street, Miami
373-0562
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SILVER ANNIVERSARY: Friday the 13th was truly a most
Wonderful day in the lives of Millie and [rwta Zulcerntan ... it was
their 25th wedding anniversary. The setting was the Eden Roc and
the room was magnificent with the silver theme spread throughout
. Even Millie's orchid was silver. Roni nnd Stuart, their children,
had invited their friends and planned this celebration and nostalgia
pre\ailed from the moment one walked in and was confronted by a
large easel on which were their wedding pictures the music
played by Ted Martin was of that vintage too and the snapshots
circulating of the Mel Zuckennuns, Barry Horowitzes and Art Sieirels
(gals all pregnant 1 were a delight to behold. Mrs. Clara Kopf I Millie's
mother), and her brother and his wife, Jonas and Marria of Fairlawn.
K.J. and the Spi\aeks (Stuart and Claire) dear friends from Long
Island flew in for the party. The senior Zuekermans (Anne and Meyer)
were also there to enjoy their children's happiness.
SEEN HERE AND THERE: At the Miami Beach Auditorium this
pas: weekend where "From Israel With Love" was presented j
Conine and Abe Finkel and her parents, the Browns, Ruth and Art
Pre-ent (she is into sculpture and has done truly fine works" and the
Morris Lorbers were some of the people spotted in the audience.
COMINGS AND GOINGS: Donna and Mitch Rosenthal just back ;
from their trip visited Denmark. Norway and Sweden and were
awed with the scenery and views Jean and Ed Underman off to
Israel and counting the minutes till their plane takes off Rene
and Martin Harniek just back from visiting their son and daughter-
in-law, Gene and Vivien of East Brunswick, N.J. and their two darling j
grandchildren. David who is three and the new addition. Mlehele. only
eight months old. They happily note that Dr. Harniek has added an-
other chair in his practice of dentistry. Rene and Marty also vaca-
tioned in Israel and Scandina\ia this summer.
EVENTS IN THE OFFING: The gals of the Shores Division of
the National Council of Jewish Women putting the finishing touches j
to their upcoming art auction dinner-dance this weekend at the |
Aventura Country Club promises to be one of unusual pieces of '
collections and sociability, and is the keynote to the evening's hap- \
penings The Victory Unit of the Papanicolaou Cancer Research \
is having their annual "Day at the Races" at the Calder Race Track
Wednesday ... It promises to be a day of fun and the profits de-
rived go to such a truly wonderful cause Rose and Irv Newman
"Busy as Bees" with the forthcoming two big events in their Hves
their youngest son. Jeff, becomes a Bar Mitzvah Nov. 4, and Sunday,
Nov. 5. they are the honorees for the State of Israel Bonds event to
be held by Beth Torah Congregation this year at the Deauville Hotel
. Happy and exciting days!!
BOUQUETS TO: The Kaufmans (Dr. Harry and his Fran) at the
recently held bridge tournament held at the Gait Ocean Hotel in Fort
Lauderdale and sponsored by the Florida Sectional of the American
Contract Bridge League; they came in first and won the "Open-Pairs
Division." a most coveted honor (besides winning gifts and 2.500 green
stamps) they have added 15 black points towards their Life Masters
. David Sha rloway on the publishing of his two papers The
first, on "High Accuracy Precession Measurement with an Auto Met-
ric Gyro." was printed in the International Astro Physics and Space
Science Journal, the second was on an entirely different subject mat-
ter- "Amygdaloid Lesions and Social Behavior in the Golden Ham-
ster." David, the eldest son of Dr. Leon and Bette Shalloway, is on a
fellowship at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, working to-
wards his Doctorate in Physics.
WRITE US: It'e most difficult to be here and there and every-
where to cover and know the going-ons of "Our Town"; therefore, if
you should like for us to "make note" do drop a line to us in care of
The Jewish Floridian. P.O. Box 2973, Miami, Fla. 33101.
Terry L. Feinberg To
Marry Alan Rosenthal
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Feinberg
of Pittsburgh. Pa., announce the i
engagement of their daughter. I
Terry- Lynn, to Alan Rosenthal. i
son of Mr. and Mrs. Herschel
Rosenthal, of 500 SW 23rd Ave.. |
and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. i
Ben M:ller of Miami and Mr. and,
Mrs. Edward Rosenthal of Boyn- j
ton Beach.
The bride-elect is a senior in
Cornell University's School of Hu-,
man Development, Ithaca. N.Y.
Her fiance is also a senior at Cor- I
nell, where he is majoring in
Government. j
The wedding will take place
June 3. 1973 in Pittsburgh.
Frances Waksman And
Yacob Lubin Engaged
Mr. and Mrs. David Waksman of '
Tampa, are announcing the en- |
gagement of their daughter,
Frances, to Jacob Lubin.
The future bridegroom is the
Bon of Mr. and Mrs. Boris Lubin. j
1045 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach.
Handleman Center Slates Israel Series
M.B. Hadassah Units
Planning Card Parties
Groups belonging to the Miami
Beach Chapter of Hadassah which I
are planning card parties include |
Forte Towers whose affair is |
scheduled for noon on Monday in
the card room at 1200 West Ave.
Mrs. Etta Oxenberg is chairman of
the day with Mrs. Jessie Goldman
serving as cochairman. Mrs. Jules
Lessem is president.
ir Morton Towers will use both
card rooms at Morton Towers on
Monday. Oct. 30. starting at 1 p.m. I
Proceeds from the day are ear-
marked for hospital supplies. Mrs. |
Philip Houtz is president.
Beth El Adult Classes
Adult education seminars and
classes including guest speakers on j
relevant issues of the day started
this week at Temple Beth El of |
Hollywood. Harvey R. Horowitz is ;
serving as chairman of the 1972- i
73 series; Dr. Samuel Z. Jaffe is j
spiritual leader of the congrega-
tion.
Dr. Jules liary Minkes, D.O.,
staff physician at Westchester
General Hospital, recently re-
ceived the Nuclear Medicine
Certification from the Conjoint
American Board of Nuclear
Medicine formally recognizing
him a certified specialist with
special competence in all as-
pects of the diagnostic, thera-
peutic and medical research uses
of radioactive materials.
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The board of directors of Jef-
ferson National Bank of Miami
Beach has appointed Harry A.
Falk to the position of rice pres-
ident. Mr. Falk. whose prime re-
sponsibilities will be in the area
of commercial lending, joined
the Jefferson National Bank of
Miami Beach in 1969. He gradu-
ated from the University of Mi-
ami in 1964 and is currently
completing his fiscal year at
the Stonier Graduate School of
Banking at Rutgers University,
New Brunswick. N.J.
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Henry Winter, president of the
Dade County Division, announc-
es the election of John K. Au-
n II. Thomas Kimen, Mrs. Joseph
Narot and Judge Martin P. 91ia-
chat to the Arthritis Founda-
tion's board of management.
June Carley and Wilfred J.
Carr have been named assistant
vice presidents of City National
Bank of Miami. Miss Carley.
who has been associated with
the bank for 12 years, was ap-
pointed secretary' in 1971. Mr.
Carr. a native of Chicago, is a
Commercial Loan Officer.
Herb and Lois Dolgoff have
sold their waterfront Keystone
Island home and moved into a
condominium at Bayview Tow-
ers. Sans Souci. Herb, who
graduated from the University
of South Dakota Law School,
later become prosecuting attor-
ney for the City of Omaha. Neb.,
and practiced law there. On
moving to Miami. Herb switch-
ed fields and got into radio, be-
coming a top executive with
WQAM and then WWOK. He
will announce purchase of a
local radio station this month.
ir ir
The law firm of Greenberg
and Koine will move its offices
to 1 Biscayne Tower, Southeast
Florida's tallest office building,
when the 40-story skyscraper
aliens to tenants in January.
The firm is presently located in
the Biscayne Building on W.
Flagler St.
fr -6 The Miami Beach Dental So-
ciety will present Dr. Alfred K.
Viener in a talk on "Blade and
Sub-Periostial Metal Implants"
at a dinner meeting Monday at
the Algiers Hotel.
ir ir
Mrs. Man, din \\hippie, direc-
tor of College and Co-nm-mity
Relations, has anno.ip.cei the
pointment of Kathl.t-,, i. N.
as director of Pub.. in.'
orma.
ormerly |
lie Relations. Mrs \
served as s;>ort; editor"oJ t
North Dade Jo **
tion at Barry Co:iee j
'irri? ha,]
the Executive N \n
a"d con.
tributing edit,:
and Sports Di:- irn^
t> -':
Attorney Barr> Katrm, Sta-
Representative from the 99th
District, will be the guest speak.
er at the m etii
Florida Chapter o! the Am -.
can Society for Hospital Pood
Administrators of the A
Horpital Association v Jack-
son Memorial Hosoita! Frdav
at 7:30 p.m. \h ,
how hills nr.> introduced air]
passed by the li
ing bills on health care; reasons
for the delay by the -late in
the reimburseii th care
institutions and t;
of fund=, where the same u
provided all hoa'.th rare in-ti-
t'ltions. regardless of the type
of care given to >':
ir
ir it ij
Laurence J. Jafte. lecturer in
Marketing at the University ot
Miami for the past three years.
has been elected president of
the Miami chapter of the Amer-
ican Marketing Association,
which integrates business, aca-
demic and community market-
ing interests throueh programs
involving nationally known
speakers, seminars and research
projects on community prob-
lems.
Sisterhood Diet Club
Temple Or Olom Sisterhood ha
started a diet club tor men. wom-
en, and children which will meet
Tuesdays from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m.
SENIOR CITIZENS
Escape
TO SUNNY
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Miami Beach and Detroit busi-
ness executive Joseph Handleman
and his wife will sponsor a series
of four Sunday afternoon lectures
during November at Dropsie Uni-
versity in Philadelphia.
"Israel Land of the Bible"
will be the theme of the series at
the Joseph and Sally Handleman
Communications Center, estab-
lisbed in 1970 by the couple.
Mr. Handleman is a national
leader of the American Red Magen
David for Israel, active in Temple
Beth David and the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and a national
leaner of the United Jewish Ap-
peal.
The communications center is
devoted to the study of man's
humanity, and was established to
help students gain an uderstand-
ing of the force of communica-
tions in shaping man's behavior
and attitudes.
Dr. Zev Vilnay will conduct the
series, dedicated to Israel's 25th
anniversary of independence. The
world renowned Israeli geogra-
pher is an assistant professor in
Biblical Geography at Dropsie this
year.
BON VOYAGE
ISRAM AND
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present the
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from $459. from N.Y.
from $571. from MIAMI
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Rate includes:
Round trip jet flight; via 1
Airport assistance and Cans W, |
fers on arrival and departure '-'
Accommodations in twin
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3 Kosher Meals i\
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Leisurely ^ fc v
spaced weekly |f|
sightseeing tours
Social and
recreational
activities
. Choice of 3 and 4
week departures
November 6, /fc
1972 through
March 5, 1973
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Mrs. Naomi Levine Third Newmans To Receive Beth Torah
Speaker In Election Series
MRS. NAOMI LEVINE
The first woman executive of a
major Jewish agency, Mrs. Naomi
Levine. will be the third speaker
in the Temple Israel of Greater
Miami election series Sunday
morning.
Mrs. Levine, recently chosen a*
executive director of the American
Jewish Conrress v-i!" s-oV; on rN
Issue of "Minority Groups." their I
r'.akc in and their influence on
the presidential election in No- \
vember.
A-; a staff mem':e" of the Jew
ish defense agency for two d cade-
Mrs. Levine has played an active
role at many levels of com-n inity ,
wrrk. Her conta its with other mi-
nority groups in leg*s'ative and,
eo'.irt struggles have given h<>r a
strong background in develooinsj i
the theme chosen for this Sunday'!
lecture.
Tickets may be purchased at
the dror by those who are mt
subscribers to the Greenfield
.Ndidt I-stit'ite.
Atzmaut Independence Award
The prestigious Atzmaut-Independence
Award for devotion to Israel will be presented
to Irving and R .sc Newman, the president of
lew Nursing Director Appointed By
liami Beach Hebrew Home for the Aged
Mrs l.ippert. who comes to the
Some with a thorough knowledge
Lf nursing problems, graduated in
Home will continue to have the
mrst outstanding staff in the
"eriatric field. Mr. Zilbert de-
clared.
Sidney Sicgel, executive vice
president of the Miami Beach He-
brew Home for the Aged, recently
appointed Mrs. Lillian Lippert as
Djrr.r-to'- o' N'"-"-s.
MR. AND MRS. NtVINC NEWMAN
Beth Torah Congregation and his wife, at the
Beth Torah Congregation-Israel Dinner of
State Sunday Nov. 5, at the Deauville Hotel.
This new award for high participation in
the Israel Bond drive bears the inscription,
"For shaiing to an impressive degree in fur-
thering the do-, elopmcnt of Israel in the his-
toric year of trw celebration of the 25th an-
niversary of its independence."
"The purchase of an Israel Bond serves
n< a constructive demonstration of our unity
with Israel when Its eonomy is hard-pressed
to carry the double burden of maintaining the
CO intry*s defense and providing jobs for an
increasing number of new immigrants." Mil-
ton M. Parson, director of the Greater Miami
Boi.d organization, explained.
Mi. Newman is president of the Beth
Torah Congregation and has been an officer
there in various capacities for the past 10
years. He and his family have been very ac-
tive at Beth Torah since they moved here
horn New York 14 years ago.
Mr. Newman is also a member of the Hu-
man Ri lations Committee for the City of
North Miami Beach. Mrs. Newman is a past
president of the Beth Torah PTA and partici-
pates in the Sisterhood programs.
November will be a busy month for the
Ni wmans, because their youngest son, Jeffry,
will become Bar Mitzvah Nov. 3 just one
day^ before the dinner. He and his brothers,
Stewart, 15, and Michael, 18, are also inter-
ested in causes sympathetic to Israel.
The worldwide celebration of Israel's 25th
anniversary was inaugurated in Israel on Sep-
tember 25 during the Festival of Succoth. The
State of Israel was established on the fifth
day of the Hebrew month of Iyar, 5708, which
corresponded to May 14, 1948, some six months
after the United Nations voted for the crea-
tion of an independent Jewish state.
MM. UUfAN UPPT
19! 1 Horn Bamert Memorial Hos-
pital School of Nursing. Patterson,
|N.J. She was formerly Director of
pCersinj! and administrative ass:st-
[ar.t at Palmetto General Hosoital
land has served as associate direo-
Itor of nursing at Mount Sinai Hos-
Ipital, Miami Beach.
Leonard Zilbert. president of the
iHome, reports that it is striving
[for excellence in all departments,
vjocially in patient care. The
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Occanfront Synagogue
Air Conditioned 8. Heated
DINING ROOM OPEN
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For Reservations or Information
PHONE 531-0061
Entire oceanfront block
37th to 38th St. MIAMI BEACH
Phone: 13051 531 0061
Point II at Point of Americas isn't the easiest placa in the
world to get to. Unless you're coming by boat: in which case,
iust look for the most outstanding, closest-to-the-sea landmark on
the Fort Lauderdale skyline right where Port Everglades inlet
meets the sea.
Which is one of the things that make Point II an extraordinary
place to live. All that ocean. A private beach of your own to enjoy
it from. A balcony big enough to let you dine overlooking the
water. And a huge pool also overlooking the water.
Inside, nothing is missed.Two-bedroom apartments with marble baths
and countless luxury features. Every room is extraordinarily large
and architecturally unique. Kitchens that put pleasure back into
cooking, with the latest electronic appliances. And the privacy and
comfort of sound-conditioned masonry construction and a complete
manned/electronic security system. It all adds up to greater value
for your money. Point 11 was built more than a year ago, when con- W-%.1 *-**!
struction costs were significantly lower. Today, we'd have to charge h^ffl |
more for the same luxury and you'd have to wait a long time to J^ V-fIel JL"
So!aVvin If you have to go a little out of your way to Mtafartll,
you'll find that we went out of our way to give plenty of reasons
to stay.
Condominium models open daily at 2200
South Ocean Lane, Fort Lauderdale. Drive
East to the end of the 17th Street Cause-
way, turn right and go as far as you can.
AT POINT OF AMERICAS
Itfs as far as yoa can go.
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Bikel, Schoenbrum, Levenson Top
Temple Emanu-El Forum Speakers
Three of the nation's !xst-known
MHialitfes have accented invi-
I Uom lo participate in the 1973
books, the classroom and the lec-
ture platform.
Sam Levenson. the dean of
Ameikan Jewish comedians, will
close out the series March 28 with
a tribute to American, Jewish and
1st ieli humor.
Mr. Friedland said the series
continues Temple Emanu-El's tra-
dition of presenting to its mem-
b.'i-hip and the entire community
the foremost names in Jewish ami
general affairs speaking on topics
which provide simultaneously in-
formation and entertainment.
Mr. Bikel. a national vice presi-
dent of the American Jewish Con-
gress was one of the first na-'.
tionally prominent leaders to speak
THCODOKi BIKU
mjric Emanu-El Forum Series.
." was announ.ed Wednesday by
Samuel V Friedland, chairman of
e board ot the Miami Beach
c ngregation.
Theodore Bikel. singer, com*
; ser, ; uthor and lecturer, will
on the series Jan. r? 1 at the
6>nagogue, 1701 Washington Ave.
He i:: be followed Feb. 21 by
I Schoenbrun, veteran com-
s "ntfltor who has won awards in
. ... ; jor field of communksa-
t .ns Including I -io < daily
: wspapon, radio. magazines.
out against the repression of 3
million Soviet Jews.
He h considered an authority on
the resurgence of Jewish youth as
a vital force in both religious and
community affairs, ami will dis-
cuss* the, reported clo.-ing of the
so-called generation gap.
Born in Vienna, educated in Is-
rael. Mr. Bikel was the co-founder
in 1944 of the Israel Chamber The-
ater and two years later went to
study at the Royal Academy of
Dramatic Art in London, where he
graduated with honors.
His Broadway starring roles
have rangi-d from "Fiddler on the
Roof" to "Sound of Music." with
screen credits including "My Fair
Lady" and "Diary' of Anne
Frank" his be-t-known television
pertormance.
Reserved seats for the series are
on sale at the Temple office, with
reduced rate tickets available to
all students, according to Judge
Herbert S. Shapiro, president of
Temple Emanu-El.
Wometco Theatres
Checking invitations for a Nov. 15 new member brunch of
the Hebrew Academy Women are these leaders of the
organization which supports the scholarship program of
the Greater Miami Hebrew Academy. From left are Mrs
Carl Brandes, telephone committee chairman; Mrs Sue
Herman, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Albert Furst, new
year's card committee chairman; Mrs. Joseph Benson, tele-
phone committee cochairman, and Mrs. Samuel Reinhard
raffle committee cochairmem.
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Fashion Show-Benefit
The Topai Chapter of the B'nai
B'rith Youth Organization is spon-
soring a fashion show for the ben-
efit of Sunrise School for the
Retarded at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday,
featuring Fashions by Lory's at
Midway Mall. The event will take
place in South Miami High School.
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Gates open- Weekdays 10:30 am. Sat. 10:00 am.
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OUTSTAISDIKG REVIEWS
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TV AND RECORDING STARS IN A
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OF AMERICA
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NOV. 4th
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Production By
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Iriday. October 20, 1972
vJenisti Meridian
Page 11 -5
For Area Hebrew Teachers
Jewish Education Agency
To Open Annual Institute m
Curriculum Workshops on the basis with sessions on the various
Inching f Israel and Soviet aspects of the secular and Jewish
ary, seminars on "Humanizing piogramming of the Early Child-
, j e w i s h Classroom." and : hood program.
uses centering around the clas- | jn addition, the Institute ar-
Jewish sources will highlight j ri.nges for special seminars with
, institute for Jewish Studies j nationally known Jewish educa-
tbe Central Agency for Jewish ,rs from aroun(| the country,
lucatlon. Scheduled to conduct two work-
Kail semester begins next week shops for teachers in the instruc-
ting to Herbert Zvi Berger. |-on of prayer in lnc afternoon
Hebrew school and the day school
is Dr. Saul Wachs. Professor of
Education in the School of Con-
temporary Judaism at Brandeis
I niversity.
octltive director of the Central
DCIIC) .
[The institute provides a com-
,1, range of courses for the
ensing of teachers in afternoon
pbrew departments, day schools,
ickend schools and eaily child-
khI education programs, and for
t. continuing professional growth
m iievelopmcnt of veteran teach-
JThe 25th anniversary of the
Lie of Israel and the need of
iviet Jewry for continual Amer-
Bn Jewish support mandated the
(induction of the first curricu-
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Dr. Wachs. who conducted a
highly successful seminar for
teachers two years ago. will speak
Nov. 10 and 12. Additional courses
and faculty are being added to the
program, Mr. Berger said. Classes
of the Institute will be held at
the Jewish Federation Building at
1200 Biscayne Blvd. at Temple
Adath Yeshurun in North Dade.
,. workshop Of the Institute,~A at T m of teachers, socialists in and in Miami Beach.____________
ssian Jewry and curriculum
inning, will guide teachers from
rious schools in selecting and
kanizing material for units of
Inly in the two areas.
Essential Jewish classical texts
lie studied in the Institute in-
kde Ezra and Nehemiah, book*
the writings dealing with the
lurn to Zion following the Baby-
pian captivity, a time especially
levant to our day, the Ku/ari
lil the Mishneh Torah. These
lurse.s, as well as two others in
le prayer lx>ok and recent Israeli
jerature will be taught by Dr.
Bthanial Soroff.
lAnotlier first for the Institute
I be the establishment of a
designed specifically for the
kadi teacher new to the Amer-
nn community and in need of
culturating to the American
Jwish school. This class, as well
another in the introduction of
scntial Jewish values into the
bjects of the school curriculum.
II be led by Dr. Isaac M. Fein.
| Another new area to be ex-
wed will be the history of Jews
Ihe New World, under the aegis
Pi I. Seymour Liebman. In
lather course Dr. Liebman will
lace the contributions of the vari-
li* Jewish communities of the
["ild. including thoso of Mexico.
Ua, Kthopia and others to world
iw Lsh culture.
I Two veteran members of the
tculty of the Institute are Dr.
Mac L'nterman, who will lead a
purse in the Development of the
lalacha, and Rabbi David Lehr-
I'lii. wh0 will lecture both on the
Weekly Portion of the Law and
l"w to interpret it in the class-
>>m. and on Judaism and Con-
pmporary Issues.
In the area of instructional
technology, special attention will
' Placed on effective and emo-
lonal learning in the classroom.
f' a course entitled "Humanizing
we Jewish Classroom."
Stress will be placed on an ex-
pnination of the group dynamics
the student-teacher, student-
Rudent relationships, on the in-
Juencing of attitudes, and on the
r,,,;s. of the teacher in creating
fositive environments within his
| mom. Courses also will be
ti'-t <- fard Sunday School licensing in
'thods of Teaching in the Weck-
P'-'l School.
' 'ne special group among the
fachers, the Council of Jewish
I'-'Wegaiional Karly Childhood
Education Teachers, will hold its
Vice program on a monthly
Technion Group
Seeks Members
The Greater Miami Young Adults
division of the American Technion
| Society will meet Nov. 4 in the
i recreation room of Summit of
j Dadeland Apartments, 90'!0 SW
. 77th Ave.
The group of more than .*V> ac-
tive rnomlvrs. aged 22 to 38, i-
sceking additional memhe-s ti hetp
I suppo"t the Teehnloi In Ha'fa, Is-
rael Mrs. Ga!l Bercrer. '" H SW
[93rd Ave.. is coordinating the mem-
'. bership effort.
i i
The organization is attempting
i to secure funds for scholarships at
i the Technion, Israel's engineering
university. Cultural and social
; monthly meetings are s'a'ed at
the homes of members. Mrs. Ber-'
ger said.
B.B. Joint Meeting
Bienvenida Chapter 140,'t of
linai B'rith Women, and the Mi-
ami Latin Lodge has scheduled a
Joint meeting for Sunday at S p.m.
at the Sephardic Te.nple, 615 Col-
; lins Ave. The women's chapter will
I act as hostesses for the evening.
Hebrew Academy Schedules
Its Back To School Night
Annual Bnck-To-Sehool Night
ol the Greater Miami Hebrew
Academy was to be held Thursday '
night at th Miami Beach school.
2400 Fine Tree Dr., and at its I
new junior and senior high School i
building across the Street.
Parents were scheduled to meet .
some 63 members of the faculty. j
with special presentations by Dr. |
Barry Grecnberg, educational -on- >
-ultant, an 1 Rabbi Alexander S. |
Gross, pi incipal.
Guided tours of the new build-
ing were to be given by students
of the Olgs and Margaret Weis-
haus School for G'r's, which is af-
filiate I with the Hebrew Academy.
Music dra na, physical educa-
tion and library department heals
also were scheduled to give brief
presentations of their specialized
programs, according to Irving Fir-
lel, Miami Beach attorney and He-
brew Academv president.
The Hebrew Academy PTA
worked with Rabbi Gross and the
faculty to coordinate plans for
Back-To-School Night, a yearly
highlight for the parents of the
SCQstudents at t.-.a
;est Hebrowrtay scho I.
more than
Souths lar;
Wednesday night is the date >f
the mah .long and card party i
the Ho-brew Academy Women. T
function, open to the general pi -
lie, is scheduled at the dining h
ol the Greater Miami l!,->br >v
Academy, 240.) Fine Tree Dr.
Mrs. Murray Cohen and !\i -
Henry Stern are coehairmen if
the event, according to Mrs. Let -
ard Adler, president of the F-
brew Academy Women.
Proceeds of the card party !l
lic> ii- d to help equip the r>( W
junior and senior h'gh scl* >l
building located across Pine Ti s
Dr. from the main campus. M s.
Adler said.
Temple Fasfiioii Shotv
Fashions from Apple Ann! 9
D:scount Boutique and coiffui i
by Normando's Hair Stylists will
be featured at the Tuesday l.e -
ion show to be held at Temi
Or Olom. Luncheon is slated 1. C
noon.
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Labor Leaders Cochair
Brady Tribute Dinner
Two top M'ami labor leaders
have been named :o?hairmen for
labor of the Joseph Patrick B-ady
Tribute Dinner set for Nov. 21 at
the Deauvi'lc Hotel.
Mi!ton M. Parson, director of
the Greater Miami Bond organi-
2at:on, announced the aopoint-
ments of Joe E. Henry. p-esident
of the Miami Building and Con-
struction Trades Council, and la-
bor atto"ney Joseph H. Kaplan.
Both Mr. Henry and Mr. Kap-
Jan served on last year's executive
committee for the Israel Dinner
of State honoring Herbert "Pinky"
Schiffrran.
Mr. Henry has held top o'fices
in labor organizations thro-gho it
Florida and in Savannah, Ga. His
community activities ha"e ranged
from the United Ce-e'-ra' PaNv
Foundation to the Urban League.
Among Mr. Henry's many hon-
ors are the United Cerebral Palsy
Leader Award of 1938 and a
plaque from the Greater Miami
Chapter of the Painters and Dec-
orat rs Contractors A settling the painters' strike in 1961
Mr. Kaplan, a member of a law
firm which represents more thar
sixty labor Unions in Florida, hat
'aught at the annual Florila State
Balding a~d Construction Trade's
Council Labor Seminar a"d is a
suest lecturer at the University
of Miami.
Mr. Kaplan is a member of the
City of Miami Charter Review
B-ard and past director of the
Cerebra' Pa'sy Foundation of Mi-
ami and the Economic Opportun-
:tv T prrn) t"H'v p-o-- i t--_
Concert Sponsored By Chase Federal
The first concert of fie 1972-73
season presented by the M ami
Beach Cultural Society and spon-
sored as a community service by
Chase Federal Savings and Loan
Association will be held Saturday
evening at the Miami Beach Audi
torium. Doars will open at 6 p.m.;
the concert will start at 7:30 p.m.
There is no charge for admission.
The audience will be welcomed
by George VV. Va'entine, vi:e pres-
ident of Chase Federal; Allen A
Dworkis, president of the Miami
Beach Cultural Soeietv, will be
chair.nan of the evening.
The rational anthem will be
sung by Curtis Rayam, an out-
standing tenor. The Ballet Society
will present two suites by the
Junior Dancers ani Cy.ithia Ann
Roses ar.d Randy Parrott will per-
form the Black Swan Pas De Deux
from Swan Lake.
Another feature of the program
will be a performance by two ex-
cellent young pianists, Donald
Fedele and W\ Anthony Waters.
Mr. Fedele will play three Ger-
shwin Preludes and Brahm's Rap-
sody in G Minor. Mr. Waters will
i-lay Moonlight Sonata, First
Movement, and Liebestod from
Tristan Und Isolde. The pianists
will also play excerpts from Suite
No. 2, Op. 17 by Rachmaninoff lor
two pianos.
Newly installed officers of the Greater Miami
Young AduJls, American Technion Society,
include (from left) Jeff Gillman, treasurer;
Jo Gillman, corresponding secretary; Judi-
anne Traum, cultural and social program-
ming vice president; Sydney Traum, presi-
dent; Gail Berger, vice president, new mem-
bership, and Mel Apotheker, vice president
of current membership.
Southern Region
Of Hashachar
Meeting Here
The Senior Executive Commit-
tee of Southern Region Hashachar
met Oct. 13, 14 and 15 in Miami
at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Maxwell L. Weisberg, to plan
future events of Hashachar in the
South and to discuss winter con-
vention, conclaves and Chug Cha-
lutzi.
Attending were: Debbie Blum-
berg, Jeff Kramer, Mil i Limor,
Sharon Selcff, Cheryl Dubrov, all
of Tennessee; Randa Yager and
Adrian Blotner of New Orleans,
La., Steve Kruger of Macon, Ga.,
Richie Warren of Cocoa Beach.
Lori Levite. Mimi Weisberg, Anita
Alter, Mary Ellen Cohen, and
Ellen Morgenstern of Miami.
Michael Poi'sman, Florida Re-
gional Director and Michael Kap-
lan, SoHthc-n Regional Director,
were advisors.
Hashachar i* sponsored hv the
Hadassah Zionist Youth Commis-
fion.
Four Ambassadors
For Gourmet Meals
An enjoyable experience in gour-
Tt di-in 1 the appreciative public i:i the Fal
i staff Room of the Sheraton Four
I Ambassadors.
Ushered into the scenic bay-front
: room and seated by suave and af-
i fab'e maitre 'd. Charles, the well
trained staff offers unobtrusive but
* service throughout your
dinner.
Featured on Monday nights is a
buffet but a buffet so beauti-
''liv a a-tred and de-orated that
it is like desecrating a master-
, piece to disturb. Among the un-
usual delicacies were huge plat-
tore -f c~tkr-d .->on ,,-t^v^^
hearts and a delicious hot blue-
| oeiry comyoie.
Coffee with nure ream is con-
stantly replenished throutmo-tt th
dinner. The elaborate rastry table
offered a fitti ig c'irnax to the
buffet. The cake we chose was
Bla^k Forest, consisting of dark
jorman chocolate layers, garnhhed
with whipped cream liberally lac-ad
with whole cherries.
The Sheraton chain throughout
the country is saluting a different
bounty of Americaii foods each
week until Thanksgiving; from
October 15 baked goods, followed
in weekly procession by meats
vegetables, fruits, wines and cul-
minating the week of November
19 with the American favorite
turkey. &T.
Open House At
Barry College
Monday 10 to 9
At ti,e Bar-y C 'lleie open ho-'se.
from 10 a.m. to 9 p*n, on Mondav
"iiocts vill be nermlttedi to vi-it
all fa-i'it;r; of the Barrv g-ad'l-
nt school. ?hno' of So":a' Work
Miami Education C nsortiu-n. Eng
lish Lan"uaee- Se"--!"e Ceit"-
' "a^ni""? r,i=ahi'i,,es Ins'i'utc and
Biscavne Co"sorti-'m. Sister Bar-
bara GkttJ O P.. is servir.g as open
house chairman.
Founded :n 1910. Bar-y Col
V"". wi'h a prcs""t er,-ol'rr,r,nt or
1 365 --nder fie lea1e-sliin of p-es-
id""t Sister Ho-ot'"' B-owie. O.P.
Ph.D.. ha i' itiatnd r-iny ed"'"a-
tio-a! |ri~VBt,m in its evaluate
and undcrg-aduate divisions.
Art Auction Proceeds To
Go To Leukemia Society
The Leukemia Society of
America, Southeast Florida Chan-
ter, will be the redolent of funds
raised at an art auction sponsored
bv 'The Art Scene," Ft. I.auder-
dale, on Saturdav at 633 NE 167th
St., North Miami Beach.
Custom framed original oils and
lithographs will be on exhibit
starting at 6 p.m. with the auction
slated to be held at 8 p.m. Admis-
sion and parking are free.
JWY Florida Ladies Auxiliary
Plan Memorial Day Services
Disney Films Opening
Walt Disney's "Dumbo" and
"The Legend of Lobo" are among
lima onen'ng Friday at Wometco
Theatres. They will be shown at
the Twn Gables I and Sho-es
Other films are "You'll Like My
Mother" at the Miracle and 163rd
St., and a doub'e feature, "Bon-
nie's Kids" and "When Eight Bells
Toll" at the Miami and Coral Way
Drive-in.
Mrs. Lillian Schoen. president of
the Department of Florida Ladies
Auxiliary'. Jewish War Veterans.
will attend the coming national
executive committee meeting in
Washington, DC. the weekend of
Oct. 20 while the local auxiliaries
here will be engaged in the follow-
ing activities:
Norman Bruce Brown 174: Fri-
day, at 8:15 p.m.. Post and Aux-
i'iary will sponsor a Veterans Day
Memorial Service and Oneg Shah-
bat at the Israelite Center. Rabbi
Paul J. Bender will officiate. Ains
lee R. Ferdie, a national judge ad-
vocate of the Jewish War Veter-
ans, will be guest speaker. Satur-
day morning, auxiliary volunteers
Svlvia L;ebman and Belle Swart/
will service the tele-art. at the
VA Hospital, and will visit and
serve rcf~r.shmer.ts to the soinal
cord patients on the 12th floor
On Tuesday evening 7:30 to 10.
Auxiliary president Seemo Lef-
kowitz will preside at a board
meeting in the community room or
the Miami First Fede-a' Savings
ard Loan Bldf. on SW 27th -Ave.
and 22nd St.
Robert K. FransMan Auxiliary
177: On Tuesday, at 8:30 p.m.
will hold a regular business meet-
ing at Temple Is-anl of Miramar.
West Miami 223: On Sunday
at 9:3? a.m. commemorating Vet-
erans Day. Mrs. Murray Mittler.
auxiliary americanism chairman
and post cochairman Norman Bur-
man have arranged services at
We-t Miami's Op;-n Space Park.
SW 5Sth Ave. a-d SW lf.th St.
On Tuesday, auxiliary hospital
chairman Mrs. Jerry Bart'ett. and
committee will service the tele-
cart at the hospital.
Murray Solomon 243: Monday
Sol and Stella Linton will service
the telecart.Tuesdav. Mrs. Evelyn
Lowe, auxiliary president, will ho'd
a board meeting at the Merritt
A Coral
Elementary School
Gables at 8 p.m.
Miami Bt-a-.-h 330: Sun lay, ob-
serving Veterans Day. auxiliary
members will p'ace a wreath at
the Miami Beach Cenataph.
Four Freedoms 40S: Auxiliary
wilt hoH the first fund-raising
card party for the season at WJ
Collins Ave. at noon.
North Shore 677: Sill laj aux-
iliary members wil place a
wreath at the Cenataph ino
ance of Veterans Day. Tui
v lunteers Julia Linsey and Ruth
Stark will join Sarah Young at
Veterans Hospital where they will
service the portable tele) ;
Wednesday, at 8:15 p.m. Auxil a y
resident Mi'licent D. Whitman
will preside at a regular bu
meeting at the Jefferson National,
on 41st St.
Abe Horrowitz 682: Will hold a
luncheon Saturdav at the home of
M-s. Ali:e Brunner, 14300 NE 12th
A>e. A regular business meeting
will be held Thursday. Oct. 2f> at
8:30 p.m. at Unlfi d Hall, presided
over by Auxiliary president Mrs.
Max Horowitz
Mirrv H. Cohen 72S: There will
be a joint pot and auxiliary ward
party for patients of the va Hos-
pital. Games wi'l be played, and
refreshments served. Sunday, a
card party will he (rfv n to the
natienfs at the H"bew Home for
the Aged. 320 Collins Ave. Re-
freshments will be served an! gifta
distributed. In the evi ning a joint
social for oost --vi auxiliarv mem-
bers will be held at rhe Washing-
ton Federal, at 1133 Normandy
Dr. Thursday. Oct. 20 auxiliary
members will service the portable
telenhone at the hospital.
Colonel David M**CW 728: Sun-
dav. will offic'ally start Tag Day
Week. Thursday, a-wliarv hos-
pital Chairman Esther Winston
will service the portable telephone.
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LENOItK SHELDON
lenore Mnrgcry Sheldon will
become Bsit Mitzvah Saturday
morning, Oct. 21. at Temple Judea
of Coral Gables.
Lencrc, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Sheldon, is an eighth
grade student at West Miami
Junior High School. She has been
' member of the Religious School
Junior Choir, and has been ac-
cepted in Temple Judea's Volun-
teer Choir and will continue her
religious education through Con-
firmation.
Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon will host
the Kiddush in Lenore's honor.
Mrs. Lillian K. Brock, of Miami,
Lenore's giandmather, will share
iii the festivities, as will relatives
and friends from Pennsylvania
and New York.
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ERIC BEROER
Eric, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Berger, will observe his Bar Mitz-
vah during early morning services
ai Beth Toiah Congregation Sat-
urday, Oct. 21.
The celebrant, a seventh grade
student at Norwood Junior High
School, will lie honored at the Kid-
dush following the ceremony.
Among guests will be his mat-
ernal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Nat Miller, and Mr. and Mrs.
Tobial Kalka of New ork.
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DONNA SISKIN!)
Friday evening services at Beth
Tnrah Congregation on Oct. 20
include the Bat Mitzvah of
Donna Gail, daughter of Mr. and
Mis. Ri an I Siskind.
Donnn is a student in the fifth
trade of Itoth Torah's Harold
Volk Relii lous School.
Mr. and Mrs. Siskind will honor
their daughter at the Oneg Shab-
bath following services. Among
guests will be the celebrant's mat
^WIW grandpwrenrs, Mr. a*nd"
Abraham Golub of Hallandale.
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RUSSELL GOLD
Russell Gold will celebrate his
Bar Mitzvah during services at
Beth David Congregation Satur-
day, Oct. 21.
The celebrant is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Gold. 12550 SVV
68th Ct.
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CHARLES DERLNGER
Services at Beth Torah Congre-
gation Saturday. Oct. 21, at 8:30
a.m., will include the Bar Mitzvah
of Charles, son of Mr. and Mi's.
Martin Deringer.
Charles is in the eighth grade
at John F. Kennedy Junior High
School and a member of the Torah
Clasi at Both Torah Harold Wolk
Religious School.
Mr. and Mrs. Deringer will host
the Kidinsh in their son's honor.
Amon? guests will be his maternal
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Talley of Miami Beach, and pa-
ternal grandmother, Mrs. Reba
of Philadelphia.
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SCOTT FISTEL
Saturday morning services on
Oct. 21 at Temple Beth El in Hol-
lywood will include the Bar Mitz-
vah of Scott, son of Dr. and Mrs.
Gustave Fistel.
Guests attending: maternal
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Lerman, Mrs. Dora Lerman, Mi-
LECAl NOTICE
LEGAL NOTKt
MEMtr GORDON
Gordon Art Show
At Beth David
The Fine Arts Gallery of Beth
David announces the opening of
the Henry Gordon Art Exhibit
Tuos'lay, from 7:30 to 9 n.m.
Mr. Gordon, a psychology grad-
uate of New Vo--k tT"i'-o^c*tv. r>
also continued oost graduate work
at the University ol Miami, and
the University of Florida. He has
numerous citations for his work
with the mentally retarded.
He has taught social education
it the area of mental retardation
f~r many years at the Haven
School where he d:rected the
workshon. He Is rw-vitlv instruct-
ing teachers at MiaTi-Dade J'in-
io~ t>>li"<;e No-th. Health Technology Division.
Mr. Oo-don. well-known in art
f-i-^les in the area, will inc'ude in
tHfa exMbit. mea! s^ilptures.
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT CMIRT r>c TU
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLOR'OA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-19072
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IX UK: THE MARRIAGE <>F
ESTREU.A G. CAKBALL-IDO
PAR DO
Petitioner
and
JOSE MAHIA CARBAI.I.1DO
PARDO
Respondent
TO: JOSE MARIA CAKBAL.IJDO
PARIM)
Vcllarde 211 between
San Carlos K.- (ompostelas
Malnnzas. Cuba
yOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you anil
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it
on (Julllermo Sostchln, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 101 N.W
12 Avenue. Miami. Fin. 3312H, and file
the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before 3rd
Nov.. 1972: otherwise a default will
be entered agai' si you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or peti-
tion.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.OlllDlAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami, Florida on this
IS day of Sept.. 1972.
E. B. I.EATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dude County. Florida
By R. MILES
As Deputy Clerk
: (Circuit Court Seal)
STONE & SOSTCHIN
101 N.W. 12 Avenue
Miami. Fla. 3312S
Attorney for Petitioner
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-4859
In RE: Etate of
MORRIS F.DWAKD HARi"-*
a/k/a MORRIS E. HARRIS.
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Parsons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims ami de-
mand* which you may have against
the estate of MORRIS EDW VRD
HARRIS, a/k/a hORRTB E FiAR-
ris deceased late of Dade County.
Florida, to the County Judges County, and file the same in duplicate
and a.s p/OVlded In Section 733.16,
Florida Statutes, in their offices in
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 27 day
of September. A.D. 1972.
Bernlce H. Fromsteln
Daniel E. Promsteiii
George J. Tallanotf
As Executors
First publication of this notice on
the 29 day of September, 1972.
TAMANOFF BADER
Attorney for Executors
120 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
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|1N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-4368
. RE i, nf
r SBERO,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
. ors and All Persons Hav-
I ..... Demands Against Saul
jTw an hereby notifi,..i ami raqulr-
i ini in. anjl ,-|HimK nnf| demands
pica you may have against the es-
PW Of HARRY GINSBERG. Deceased
' Dade County. Florida, to the
wnty Judges of Dade County, and
. In duplicate and as pro-
s''"! in Section 1H.lt, Florida Statu-
es, in their offices in the County
parthous, in Dade County, Florida.
ptnin si\ calendar months from the
ne of the first publication hereof,
the same will be barred.
"";! Miami. Florida, this 11th
i> "' 0. tober, ad. 1972.
MRS, EDITH GINSBERG
As Administratrix
irstpublication of this notice on
T-.ln day nf October, 1972.
I1"" 11- Fn>moerg & Roth. P.A.
rneyj i,,r AdministratHx
M-102, Biscayne Building
_______^^ 10/20-27 11/3-10
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
-EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
N AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-21290
on of
K SL'ARJSZ GRAY
and
GRAY
NOTICE
nulina Suarez Venegas
pintado Aereo 16762
"Ota, Colombia,
outh America
are notified that the above-
PetlUoners, Irene suakkz
and DAVID GRAY, have filed
ftlon in the above-styled Court
' 'Ption of the minor children
that petition and you are
nded to serve a copy ot your
> defenses. If any, on Stephen
askin. Petitioner's attorney,
address is 7200 Bird Road, P O
-. .Miami, Florida 33155. on or
Nov. 27. 1972, and file the
I with the Clerk of this Court
before service on Petitioner's
' or Immediately thereafter;
Benjamin Fistel. No. Miami Btuch.
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Lerman, Albert
Resnick. Mrs. Rose Manis, Mrs. .
Sally Malkin. Murray Fistel, New! *** *<* *"* n>" P'*=es wi"
York; Mr. and Mrs. William Kas-
tan. Charlotte, N.C.; Mrs. Sarah
Resnick, Flemington, N.J.
ERIC ZIVITZ
. Eric Martin, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harvey Zivitz. will be Bar
Mitzvah in the main sanctuary of
Ohev Shalom Congregation Sat-
urday. Oct. 21.
Eric, a student at John F. Ken-
nedy Junior High School, will be
honored at the Kiddush following
the services.
His grand'.arents. Mr. and Mrs.
Hyman Zivitz of Miami Beach
and Mrs. Gussie Zelanka of New
York, will join Eric for this spe- rlage has been filed avainsl you and
. _.__. I vou ai,- required to serve a copj
rial event.
NOTICE OP ACTION
CONSTBUCT'VF <5 = RVICE
(NO PROPERTVI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLOR'OA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-21284
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
J08E RAMON PITA
nnd
INOCBNCIA DANM PITA-' OPEZ
TO: INOCBVCIA DANIA PITA-
LOPEZ
Calls 38 No TS2, Bntre 17 y 7th
Miramar. Havana. Cuba
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
iiiai an action for Dissolution ol Mar-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-368'J
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
HARRY BIENSTOCK.
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you ma.y have against the es-
tate of HARRY BIENSTOCK de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida, to
the County nudges 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.
withiH six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 8th
day of September. AD. 1972.
DOROTHY BAYER
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 29 day of September. 1972.
SPAKBER. ZE.MEI.. ROSKIN AND
HEII.IlltONNER. P.A.
Attorneys for Executrix
1011 North Biscayne Blvd.
', 29 I0'g-H-20
TN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLOFIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-5-90
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate ol
,x.\.\il Ki. TAXIN
Deceased
I To Aii t ledltors and All Persons Hav-
! Ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
a are hereby uglified and
LEGAL NOTICE
of
your written defense- if any, to It lle ,,,, ,.,..............
Max A. Ooldfarfel, attornej ^ for ,|U,,,.,i ,,, present any claims and de-
mands which you may
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE CVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THF CIRCUIT COURT or THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-21293
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
JACKIE EDWARDS,
Petitioner.
STEVEN I.ELAX EDWARDS,
Respondent.
TO: Steven I elan Edwards
East College Avenue
Hollv Snrlnes. Mississippi IMM
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copv of
your written defenses, if any. to It
on JOEI. D. ROBRISH. attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is 2S2R Oak
Avenue. Suites 15 & 16. Coconut
Drove. Florida, and file the original
with the clerk of the above styled
court on or before November 27. 197.:
otherwise a default will be entered
neninst von for the relief demanded
in the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
WITNESS mv hand and the seal of
said court St Miami, Florida on this
;6 day of Oct.. 197:.
H B. I.EATHERMAN
A Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade Countv. Florida
By R. Mil KS
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seall
.lOBI- D. ROBRISH
:2B Oak Avenue. Suites lr, & IS
Coconut Grove. Florida
Attorney for Petition^^ n/J.M
Petitioner, whose address is S'tite
r.4 Biscayne Building, 19 West Flng-
ler Street. Miami. Florida S8130, and
file the original with the plerk of 'lie
above atyled court on or before No-
vember 2". 1972: otherwise a defaull
will be entered against you for the
relief demanded In the complaint or
petition.
This n.dice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
WITNESS my band and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
16 day of October. 1*71
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade Countv. Florida
By C. P. COPEI.AND
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seall
MAX A. OOI DFARB
414 Biscayne Building. 19 West
Flagler Street. Miami. Florida 33130
Attorney for Pe";/M. n/3.10
bave against
tin- estate of BAM I EL, TAXI.N oe-
ceased late of Hade county, Florida,
to the County Judges Of Dade li.uri-
iv, and file the same in duplicate
and as provided in Section 738.10,
Florida Statutes, in their offii OS In
the County Couriiiouse In Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar
months from the tune of tne m.-t
publication hereof, or the same will
OS bailed
|i.ned at Miami. Florida, this D
day of October, A.D. 1972.
LAI I'IS H TAXIN
HARRY M. TAXIN
As Executors
First publication of this notice on
the 13 day of October. 1972.
Sl'ARBER, ZE.ME1,. ROSKIN AND
HBILBRONNER, P.A.
Attorneys for Executors
100 N. Biscayne Boulevard
Miami. Florida 33132
10/13-20-27 11/3
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-?C340
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAOEOF
VAITI.DERE OJI'IJANA
MCQUEEN. Wife
and
CI AI'DE WOODROW MCQUEEN.
Husband
TO: CI -AI'DE WOODROW
MCQUEEN
21 DEANERY AVE.
KINGSTON 3. JAMAICA W T.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any. to it
on DAVID E. STONE, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 101 N.W.
'2th Avenue. Miami. Fla. 33128. and
file the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before No-
vember 6, 1972: otherwise a default
will be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the complaint or
petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami. Florida on
this dny of Oct. 3. 1972.
E B. I.EATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dado County. Florida
By C. M. BEABSE ""
As Deputy Clerk '__
,C'"-nlt Copi-t Seal)
DAVID E. STONE
STONE & SOSTCHIN
101 N W 12th Ave.
Miami. Fla. 9J12J
Attorney for Petitioner
lfl/fi.ia-20-t7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
NO. 72-400'i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
Slllltl EY KOMITO
i !< >eased
To AH Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ins Claims or Demands Agalnsl Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present anj 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 dunllcate and as
provided in Sec.....I 783.10, Florida
Statutes in thdr offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the rrst publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Daied at .Miami. Florida, this 3 day
of Oct.. AH. 1973.
.lack Komito
Jack M. Fink
As Executors
First publication of this notice on
the 6th day of Oct.. 1972
PAUNCE, FINK & FOKMAN
Attorneys for UMCUtora
1.M12 Congress Bldfc.. Miami, fla.
Ill '6- 13 -20--7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CHEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
a default may be entered business under the fictitious name ol
you for the relief demanded
I Petition.
NES8 my hand and seal of the
M Miami. Florida, this" 16th day
poer. i:,72.
10/20-27 11/3-10
fil'APO at 5135 N.W. 2nd Street
Miami, Fla. Intends to register said
num.- with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
JOSE VII.I.AR
10/20-27 11/3-10
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-4958
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
In RE: Estate of
! EVA F. MOSKOWITZ
Deceased.
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:____
TO ALA. PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT.
You are hereby notified that a writ-
ten instrument purporting to be the
last will and testament of said de-
cedent has been admitted to probate
In commanded within six calendar
.... .....io i.om toe date of the first
publication of this notice to appear
in said Court and show cause, if any
you can, why the action of said Court
in admitting said will to probate
should not stand unrevoked.
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
County Judge
By LOIS F. PASTOKF1EI.D
i lark
Edwin M .Glnsburg. Esq.
Myers, Kaplan, Porter,
Levlnson & Kenin
Attorneys for the Executor
1150 Southwest 1st Street
Miami. Florida 33130
First publication of this notice on
the M day of October, 1972.
(C. J. SEAL.) 10/20-27 11/3-10
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-2878
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
(UITH G. I.A BRAN
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are nereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
ti.j estate of RUTH G. I.A BRAN de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to 'he County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.16. Florida
Statutes. In thel- offices In the Coun-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-4958
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CKEDITORS
In RE: Estate of
BVA F MOSKOWITZ
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate: .
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of Eva F. Moskowitz de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade. Coun-
tv. and file the same In duplicate and
as provided In Section 733.16. Florida
Statutes. In their offices fn the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County. Flor-
Dated a
day of Sept.. A.D. L97X.
u:an OU8KY
At Administratrix
C.T.A.
First publication of this notice on
the 22 day of Sept.. 1972.
TAI.1ANOFF & BAI'ER
Attorney for Administratrix C.T.A.
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
8/22-29 10/6-13
Julius B. Moskowitz
As Exe* ator
First publication of this notice on
the 6th day of October. 1972.
Edwin M Olnsburg, Btsq,
Myers. Kaplan. I'orter,
l.evinson & Kenin
Attorneys tor Executor
HSU S.W. 1st Street
Miami, Florida. 33130
l.Y6-'3-20-27
f Lourt Seal)
Attorney for Petitioner
10/13-20-27 11/3
10/6-13-20-27
Attorney for Petitioner
1" 18-10-27 11.3
Miami, Florida
u irctiil ourt seu.
l" 8-13-10-27
.0/18-20-27 )I/a


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looer
LEGAL NOTICE
f
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
T
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-20335
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
MXi'V RODRTOUBZ, n/k/a
t. M V RODRIGUEZ de GARCIA,
etlttoner,
I VRIgTO IOXACIO GARCIA
SARMD3NTO,
RttopondanL
BVARIBTO IOXACIO GARCIA
SAHMIKNTO
P.O. Itox 614T
San .lose. Coat* Ition
i)U, BVARI8TO rONACIO GAR-
CIA KA1:.\III:N'T>. arc hereby noii-
li.d thiil a Petition for Annulment
.i. In the Alternative, Dissolution of
3U;irrlaffe baa been filed ntrainst you.
.nil you are required to lerve a copy
of your Ans.-r or Pleading i" the
p.-ltioii on the Petitioner's attorney.
PHY 1.1.is sham l'AN I Kit. :::...' Ponoe
.J. I*-on Iloulevnrd. Coral Oaldes,
Florida 33134 mid file the original
k rawer or Pleading in the office of
the Clerk of the Ctroull Court on or
b. lore tlw ITth day of November,
llifc. If you fall to do ho. JudKinent
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thnt
til.- unclaralgned. desiring to engage in
; business under the fU-titious name of
TKNTATIOX LTD at 1M N.W. iBIh
: si., Miami. Florida Intend* to reels-
I ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of DiuU- County, Flor-
ida.
TKXTATK'X LIMITED, IXC.
By: fail -l J. Baoha, Prea.
tJROVUR. \\'EINSTEIN A
8TAUBER, I' A.
i ISO Lincoln Road, Miami Betteh,
Florida
Hy: Sneru In Btaaber
Attorney for Tentatlon Limited, Inc.
ltl/-l.l-L'"-JT
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
: the Undersigned, desiring to engage In
business isnder the fictitious name of
TKP ABBOCIATJBS at kh:i NE ict
street. N. Miami Beach Intends to
regiecdr sold name with the Clerk of
Ihe Circuit Court of Dude County,
Florida.
Teresa t.oulden
10/6-1.1-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tin- undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
I'INK TREE INDUSTRIAL PARK al
M-121 Roney Plaza. 2373 Collins
Ave.. Miami Reach. Fin. intend to
register Mid name with the Clerk o(
the Circuit Court of Hade County,
Florida.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CENTER CAB OK DADE COCN'TY at
7441 Wayne Avenue, Apt. 14E. Miami
i Beach. Florida 33141 Intends to regist-
er said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida,
KARTN RUBIN
ROBERT H. BURNS
Attorney for Karlu Rubin
1 42" Uncoln Rd.
Miami Beach. Florida .1.11311
10/13-20-27 11/3
MAURICE POX
b) default will be taken against you | Helen ARTHUR. Trustees
for the relief demanded in the Pen- Weiner & Weisenfeld
ti. n. 1 Attorneys for applicants
UONK and OHHKREI> at Miami. 2J7S Collins Avenue
Florida, 'his Gth day of October. IB7S. .Miami Beach. Fla
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. t 1 S-13-24-27
C rcult Court. Dade County. Florida
By: N. A. IIEWKTT
Deputy Clerk
,i rculi Court Seal)
io/u-w-ri ii 3
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FO.
DADE COUNT" I-LORIUA
IN PROBATE
"o. .'2-44-.1
NOTICE TO CKEDITORS
], RE: Estate ol
ALICE CALVEBT
: n-consod.
T< .Ml Creditors ;".i ''..' Heraons Hav-
Ins claims or Demand* Againsl Said
i: .ue:
Vou are hereby notified and re-
qu red to presenl any claims an d -
m.uid* uhich you may have ngalu'l
ii estate ol AI.ICK CALVBRT de-
reused late of Dade county, Flori.....
t.. tin- County judges ol De.de t ucn-
ind
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-4631
In RE: Estate of
Abraham H LabOW a l> B
Albert H Labow
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
You are hereby notified and required
Ing Claims or Demands Againsl Bald
Estate:
You an- hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have againsl the estate
of Abraham II l.abow r k a Albert
II Labow deceased la.....f Dade
County, Florida, lo the Count) Judges
of Dade County, ami file the Name in
duplicate and as provided In Section
7.::: ID, Florida Btatutea, In ibeir of-
fices lii the County Courthouse In
Dade County, Florida, within six
calendar month* from the time of the
first publication hereof, or the same
ty, and file the same In Itupll
as provided in Section ',::'' Florida I will be barred
Statutes. In their Offices l;l Ine Colin-I Dated at Miami. Florida, thl* 1'Mli
ly Courthouse in Daue Couni>. i lor- da) of September, A.D. Ift72.
i within six calendar montns fro.ii i kki.i.a i.abow
the time of the first publication here- As Executrix
of. or the same will be barred. Firs! publication of this notice on
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 59th the 6th day of October. 1B72.
day of September, A n IW8. GERALD 81LVERMAN
David M. t.ioomberg
As Administrator
Rlrsl publication of this notice on
th. cth day of October, IB72.
Bteomberg .- Bloomberg
Attorneys for Administrator
717 Seybold Building
Mn.mi. Florida 13132
1C/6-13-20-S7
Attorney for Executrix
210 Roberts Building. Miami
in R-11-30-21
re-
ile-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-4766
ARTHUR W, PRI.MM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
lii RE: Estate of
I: : IRGE VV. BJ >W ARDS
[.....;..- 'i
TrfAII Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims Demand* Again*) Saul
i ate:
Noii are hereby notified and
quired t. pr.....nl any claim* and
in..mis which you mi.y have againsl
Ho estate of George u Edu ardi ill -
d lati of l "adi IV ui pioi Ida,
to ihe County Judge* nf Dadi County,
file ihe name In ilupl
provided in Section 7:'..". :;. Florida
Statutes, In their office* in ihe row itj
Cm in,,u in Dade County, Florida,
within si\ calendar month* from the
tune ol the flrsl publication hen
or Ihi I >.. barred
Dated at Miami Florida, th
0 .-'. |iten liei. A I'. 1872
David M lllisimberg
As Admli
Flrsl publication of Ihli
i ., ',ii, day of I ictober, I ft'
Bloomberg a- Bli oml
Attorney.- for Administrator
717 Seybold Building
M am Floi Ida
:
XI tTIFIEl I
if Mar-
on
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-20164
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
THEi.MAREA UDELL
Wife .
and
DONALD LEON UDELL
Husband.
Tl': Donald Leon Udell
Prairie Yu.\
Texas
YOU ARE HEREBY
tli:.i an aciion for Dlssolul
ringe lias be.ii filed againsl you and
you Bre required Ui serve a i*opy of
your writ ten defenses, If any, to it on
Rli hard I Kmop, attornvj for Pell-
who nddi e* is i^' l,inc.,in
ltd. Miami Beach, Florida, and file
Ihe original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before No-
vember 1". 1972; otherwise ,. d.efaull
will be entered againsl you l"i tl ,
leliel' di 111.....led 111 t||e coni|ilailll Ol'
Lion,
This notice shall be publish
each week for four consecutlvi
in THE 11:\\ ISM FI-l 'Rli 'IAN.
witness mj hand and the
ourl al Miami. Florida
uf September, 1972
i: l: LEATHERMAN,
el 'ounty,
A i' i k, Circuit i !ourl
Bj l.. SNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Cin nit 'oml Sei 11
Itii li.n il I Kroop
k'WITNEY A KR(X 'P
I2n Lincoln Rd., Miami
Attorney for Petllionet
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring lo engage
in business under the fictitious name
of C and I- COFFEE SHOP nt 3,'>
| Northeast 17lh Street. Miami. Florida
] intends to register saiil name with
: the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
I i il'IS WOLLMAX
GEORGE Oil BERT
.\t torney for Owner
in :<-:- n :;-!>
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. 72-21248
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage ,,f
LLOYD M. HUTCHISON. Husband,
ami
HALF F. HUTCHISON, Wife
TO: DALE F. HUTCHI80N
9909 Bramell
I >. Unit. .Michigan 4X23!'
yOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
; that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to it on
MARTIN s. SAXON, attorney for
i Petitioner, whose address is 14M N.W.
I7tli Avenue. Miami. Fla. SSIS5, and
file the original with the Clerk of the
above Styled court on or before Nov-
ember 27. 1i'72, otherwise a default
will be entered against you for the re-
lief demanded in the complaint or
petition.
This noli., shall be published oUOC
each week for four consecutive weeks
I in THE JEWISH Fl.oRIDIAN.
WINERS my hand and the seal of
laid court at Miami. Florida on this
:ti day of i ictober 1973.
B. B. LEATHERMAN,
As Clerk. Circuit Court
I lade County. Florida
By: C V C< IRELAND
As lleliuty Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
MARTIN S SAXON
. 1461 N.w. 17th Avenue
Miami. Florida ::.1I2.'.
' Phone: 633-97431
I Attorney for Petitioner
In M-27 il 3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
ihe undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ot
i Fl.< >RI1">.\ LANDOWNERS SER-
VICE BUREAU at 15720 N E. 15
Av.nue. North .Miami Beach. Florida
intends to register said name with 'In
i jerk ni the Circuit Courl ol Dade
County, Florida
KENNETH KASHA 190
in SJi-37 11 8-10
Obituaries
BASH. Ralph, of Miami Bench.
Rlvegsjde.
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Beach. Riverside. Interment Ml.
Nebo.
BRODY. Alyce M.. 74. of 1198
Venetian Way. Blaaberg,
GONSHOR. Joseph. S7. or Miami
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MALIS, Simon F., 77. of I01U Ci I
mis au. Riverside
YUSKO. Anna. 7:,, of 1.100 ColHns
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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. 72-19625
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN KB: Thi Marriage of
J'ATHICIA J PELHA.M, Wife
And
BRI'CH A. PBIJrIAM. Huaband
TO BR1 CK A PBI HAM,
Residence Unknown
YOU AUK HKIIKKV NOTIFIED
in action for Dimiolutlon of Mar-
rlaee ha* been filed ntrainxl you and
you are. required to *erve ^i eons '.r
your v rltten defi ... if any lo it
on H II.I 1AM 8HAPIKO, ntlorn. \ for
Petitioner, whose ndilrew i> .m;i \ k
'' Street, Miami Plori la, a'nd file
the original with the clerk of the
above styled court ......r befon No-
vi mber Srd, 1978; otheru ise n
will > entered againsl you for the
relief demanded In the complaii t or
petition.
Tliis notice shall be published ......
each week for f"in eonsecutive weeks
in THE JETWI8H Pl.OHIOIA V
wi'l'.N'K.ss my hiin.i and the seal ( same uill be barred,
katid courl al Miami, Kiori.ii, on tins: Dated :ii Miami, Florida, this -Till
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-4957
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
lii IIK Estate of
A T.VINA lv TA1 I BY, n 1. ;i
I MADELINE A TAI.I.r.Y
I ii, earn '
i To All Creditors rand All Persona llm
iiiu Clalmi or Demnnils Agiilnsl Siild
i :-'., i.
You are hereby .....ifled and re-
quired] to presenl an) elalms ami de-
mands which y.iu may have asralnsl
lh< late of Alvlns K Talley, k .n
Madelrni A, Tallej dec-eased In.....I
Dadi i 'out Kloi Ida, t" the i 'ounty
| JudtreH ..i bade County, and file the
same in duplicate and as provided in
::::. 10, Plorldit BtatutOf In
tii.-ir offices hi the < "iin's Courthouse
In Dade County, Plorlda, within six
calenelar months from Ihe time of
tin- flrsl publication hereof, "i the
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IT. ill
:
day ..f (September, 1972.
K. II UBATHBRMA.V,
AS lii rk. ("iic-uit Court
Dude County. Ktnrldu
By 1* SNBBDBN
A* Deputj Clerk
fOticult court Seall
u ii.i.ia.m SHAPIRO
5K1 S.K. ;: Street
Mi.'iml. Florida 3.11.18
Attorney for Petitioner
HVQ-ll-M-JT
day of {September, A.D. \v~.:.
M. I. KOPBLOW1TZ
As Administrator
Plrafl puiiliiiition of this notice o
the il> day of Oatober, 1878.
81yera. Kaplan. Porter
Levliiaon & Kenln
By: Kiiw in m. Olnaberet. Eaq.
Attorney tor Admlnlatrator
1160 H.W. 1st Streel
Miami, Florida ttlto
in c-ir" rn-17
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HR.INC All Iff 1TATIS
AMfH PAIKINC IN THI IIA|
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I 6NlaAT>OM ftf 1IRV.CI
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-5258
in RE: BMate of
U< isi: /. c(iiii:\
I leceaaed,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ami All Person* Bav-
ins I'laini- or Demand* Aamlnal Saul
Estate:
You ure hereby notified and requir-
ed io preeeni any elaime and demands.
ulii.li you may hove afralnel the en-
tl......I ROSK V. i'(i|||-:\ .1.....BHed
lat, of Dade County, Plot-Ida, to the
County Judges of Dadi County, and
til. the same in dupllcuti mid n pi
vlded in Section 733.10, Plorldn Stat-
utes, in tin |r officee In tin i 'ountj
I'ourthousi In Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar months, from Ihe
time of tin firs) publication hereof
"i the .-.nil. uiii i... barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 16th
daj ci ictober, a D. l78.
11 EL i:\K ORBENWAI.D
HARRIBT PRKNTIfl
Af Bxecutrlcee
i'it-M publication of this notice on
the Both day ..f October 197!
UARK STLVERSTBIN
\; toi m j for i:\, rutri. ,s
480 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach. Florida
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-5257
in RE: Relate "t
AlfRAHAM COHEN
a k a ABE f illKN
Decensed,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All I'-'-"- M."
Itifl claims or i > mands Vgaln '
KM i i
Vou are hereby nol "''
..I to presenl any e-lalms m il tl
which \"U may hat t
late of ABRAHAM COHKN
ABB CtiHBN il- ...-id lti "' '
County, Klorldn to tit. CoUiHJ
nf Dade County, and fill H ':"",
duplicate and a- pren...... In >"'!'
7S3 18. l-'l..riil:i Statutes, In ''
ii..- in the County rurtli"tiH
Dade County. Plorldn,
calendar month* from the unv
flral publication hereof, or ihi
will in- barred .
Hair.I al Miami. Florida, t"1"
day of Ootober, A Ii I9T2
hi.:i.i;\i: qbeenwali'
barkiet prbnt1.s
As ICxiiutrir--
First publication of tl"
Hi. tOlh day of October, !-
MARK S1XVEB8TBIN
Attorney for Bxecutrtces
. f.'ti Lincoln Road,
; Miami BetM-h. Florida ..
Ill ""-
II


October 20. 1972
+Jmttf) fhridTiain
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Page 15 5
lEGAl NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
^'"r^D^S"
. Tins IS HEREBY (IIVEN thai
v Pearl Hrcltbart holder of
" Tax Sal.- CrtlHort No. 715
I 22T2l1 .lav of June. A.D 1070.
1- led sal...- in "' '""'- "ndl'"*
has L'ri-.,........ tor t**f ISSed. to
I f ,..uT-i "..-rent.. Said Certificate '
,'nl, !'< 'I'" followlM described
SSS In the County -f Dude, stale
rfJmjBoU 5. Flora. Park
iMild, rial Hook 8 Page 5 hi
,i County Of Dade. Slate of Flor-
Thi d.....I will he Issued subject to
,ii other outstanding delinquent City
,,< Miami taxes and 1!>72 County taxes
and If7- City of Miami taxes and
JS* assessment of said properly
,,,,1,-r the said ..-rtifiento was in the
MUM Of: Lewis ** Klnsey & w
rnlese said certificate shall he re-
di.m.i in-cording io law, the prop-
erty .1.-. rit-'-'l herein will lie sold to
ih.- highest liidder for cash at the
Courthouse door .'" the first Monday
In the month of November, 1872,
which is the i,ih day of November,
i:.
Dated lliis 29th day of September, ;
''"' II I! LEATHBRMAN,
Clerk of circuit Court,
I :,,) County, Florida.
By P 1 CII.DSTKAND. D.C.
Clrcail Court Seal
10,0-13-20-27
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File No. 72 A 533
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I
Carole Ann flardlner bolder of County |
Ta Sale Certificate No. 7X69 issued
the 1st day of lane, A.D. 1970 has fileil j
s.im. In ni. office, and has made ap-
pUcatlon for a tax deed to bo laauod
ihereon. Said Certificate embraces
Tin- following described property In
the Count) ..I Lade, State of Florida,
to-wlt:
W !. ft of K 459 ft of X14 Tr 8,
Dixi.- Pines 2nd Rev,, Plat Book
:n page 51, Sections IS and 13,
Tuwiivhiii ,'iii South, ItaiiKe S9 East,
.-.ntafnint: .32 a.-r.-s more, or less.
in the Counly of Dade, State of
Florida,
This deed Will be Issued subject to
' l"! OountJ taxes and liens.
The assesailMnt of said property un-
l.r Ih. said certificate was ill the
name of: Arthur Williams A w Mamie
i'nl.-ss raid certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, the prop-
erly described herein will be sold to
the highest bidder for cash at the
tioarthouee door on the first Monday
" Ihe month of November, 1972.
Hhieli is the 8th day of November,
DM
-Sated .hi- (9th day of September,
E, II LEATHBRMAN,
' 'lerk of Circuit Court,
IHul.- County. Florida.
By P. I' UPLDSTHAXD, D.C.
I1 IrcuM Court Seal
10.6-13-20-27
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-S161
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
in RE: Batata of
OUIB MOSSON
Deceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
'All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims (,r I .inlands Against Said
Kutate:
Vou are hereby notified and requir-
". t* present any claims and demandl
"Huh you may have against the cs-
aieof lopis MOSSON deceased late
"Oadi County, Florida, to the Coun-
ty Judges of Dade County, and file
w same in duplicate and as provided
Section 7SI.lt, Florida Statutes, in
raelr offices in the County Courthouse
in Dade County, Florida, within six
*nuar months from the time of the
nret publication hereof, or the same
"ill be barred.
"'""I ai Miami, Florida, this Huh
nai ol .. lober, A.D. 1978.
HERBERT MOSSON
M nil n MOSSON
As Executora
first publication ..f this notice on
to' 80th day of October, 1972.
1iim:v AND KROOP
"J Richard I. Kroop
Attorneys for Executora
Lincoln Koad, Miami Beach, Fla.
I", 13-20-27 11,3
__NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
1 THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
~yENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
ru,DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-20*53
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
IN UK- F MARRIAE
P0 ItODRIOUBS
llu.band
and
u".'"'VA K BOWUOUaW
T": Josephine F. Rodriguci
v, ,V.e"denc Cnknown
Ih, AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED
f '' an action for Dissolution of Mar-
k,',,, 'in "b-d against you and
I,,,..-"'" required to serve a copy of
Li, .*r'"''n dcienses, If any, to it
f" stain,-,- R. (loooman, attorney for
>,i 3 r- "hose address is 2HSS N \V.
ii ,k "' M'aml. Florida 33147, and
I,,,,. ""JWrtal with the clerk of the
v'.' s'>'""d court on or before No-
,l>"- SO, 1972; otherwise a default
>li.f i '"""'I against you for the
h'uon m'""l,'d '" the complaint or
h'w "'," ''" shi,n bo Published once
kin,.' r"r Inur consecutive weeks
|.i!"- Jewish FLORIDIAN.
I.-ii Kss m>" hand and the
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. 72-20272
^n/sa^A4?^'^-.
IN RE:
ARMINDO SANCHEZ,
Husband,
and
CONCEPCIOSC SANCHEZ,
Wife.
TO: Concepcion Sanches
No. 35 Peiia del Sur Street
Hi-parto Flamineo
Bayamon, Puerto Rico, oo19
TOU ARE IIERF.ltV NOT1F1KD
that an a.-tion for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed aKninst you aihl
y.u arg required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to it
on MAX A. QOLDPARB, attorney for
Petitioner. Whose address Is Suite 414
Itiscayne Iluildinu, 19 West Plagler
Street. .Miami. Florida 3.1130, and file
the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before No-
vember 18, 1072; otherwise a default
will be entered against you for the
relief demand. .1 in the complaint or
pet 11 ion.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH Fl.oitir.IAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami. Florida OH
this 2 day of October. 1878
ft It. LEATHERMAN,
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dad.- County, Florida
By C, P. COPELAND
As Deputy Clerk
ti'lr.-ult Court Seal)
Max A. (loldfarb
Suite 414 Hls.-ayne Duilding
Miami. Florida S3130
Attorney for Petitioner
10/C-13-20-27
LEGAL NOTICE
I.
LEGAl NOTICE
IN THE 11TH CIRCUIT COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 72.20750
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: The marriage .-1
OI.IDE WILLIAMS,
Wife,
vs.
VF.RNOM WILLIAMS.
Husband,
TOU, VERNOM WILLIAMS, resi-
lience unknown, are required to file
your answer t.. the petition for Dis-
solution of Marriage with the Clerk
of the above Court and serve a copy
thereof upon Herman Cohen, l-'sq.,
1310-11 Congress Fide., Miami, Flor-
ida, on or before November 13. 1972.
or else petition will be confessed.
Dated: Oct. 10. 1972.
B. It. LKATIIKKMAN
Clerk, Circuit Court
By H. M. kisski:
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
10/13-20-27 11/S
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 72-21157
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In UK The Marrlgae Of:
CI-AItA ODIO. wife and
ARNAXDO ODIO. husband.
To: .yOPJ.ipjQ.ODIM .,
1403 OraiM Concourse
Bronx, New York
Entrance Concourse 170 street
rod ARE HEREBY notified that
a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed against you. and you
aro hereby required to serve a Copy
of your answer or oiher pleading to
the Petition on the Wife's attorney,
LESTER ROGERS, whose address i-
I4.-.4 N'.W 17th Avenue. Miami, Florida
881IB, and file the original with the
Clerk of the nbove styled court, on or
before the 27th day of November. 1978 |
or a Default will be entered against '
you.
DATED this 13th day of October,
1!'72.
1:. it ij;athki!man
clerk of Circuit C.'Uri
By: C. P. COPELAND
(Circuit Court Seal)
10/20-27 11/3-10
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-4933
JOHN R. BLANTON
IN' RE: Batata 01
PEARL SCHMISEL
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Saul
Estate:
Vou are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the .stale of PEARL, SCHMISEL 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 7SS.lt, Florida
Statutes, In their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County. Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, Ibis Stth
day of September, A.D. 1972.
SE1.MA N. RASKIN
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 29th day of September, 1972.
BAXTER A FRIEDMAN
1S7S N.E. I6:trd St reel
North Miami Beach, Florida
/s iO'G-13-2'1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN- PROBATE
No. 72-4772
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate -?
CHARLES J. STUART
I.,-ceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
qulred 10 present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the .-state f CHARLES J. STIART.
deceased late of Dade County. Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same In dupll
.-ale and as provided In Section 7SS.-
IK. Florida Statutes In the County
Courthouse in Dade Count v. El..ri,i.,.
wltnln six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereol,
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Flo-Ida, Ibis 1!'
day of September, A.D. 1972.
DOROTHY STIART
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 29 day .>f September, 1972
FROMHERi;, FROMBERd & ROTH,
PA.
1IY: LYNN W. FIIOMIIERO
Attorney for Estate of
CHARLES J. STI'ART
M-102 ll-scavne Hldg.
Miami, Florida
LEGAi NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH E
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND COR DADE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-21290
IN' RE:
Petition of
IRENE SCARE/. CRAY
and
DAVID GRAY .- n
NOTICE
TO: ENRIQUE I1AQCBRO
Columbia
South Ain.-rira
You are notified thai ihe ahove-ns: -
ed Petitioners, IRENE scare/, <;R_^
and DAVID 'WtAY. have filed a p.
lion in ib, above-styled Court for t -
adoption .f Ihe minor ehlldr.-n name
in thai petition and you are QOI -
maii'le.l to serve a copy of your wr
ten defenses, if any, on Stephen
Raskin, Petitioner's nttorney, wf
address is 7209 llild Road. P.O. I'-
7t08. Miami. Florida 8S1RK, on or !-
| fore Nov. 27. 1972, and file the or- -
|ni| wltb Ihe Clerk of this Cbuc
either before servile on Petition.-- -
I niierne) or immediately thereafti
[ otherwise n default may be entvi
against you for the relief .ieinano
in ihe Petition.
WITNESS my band and seal
the Court at Miami. Florida, lliis
day of Oct., 1972.
E It LEATHBRMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
by: It. MILES
Deputy clerk
(Clrcull Court Seal)
10 80-27 11/3-1 '
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File No. 72 A 538
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Metro Consultants Inc holder of City
of Miami Beach Tax Sale Certificate
No. 300.', Issued the 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 ill the County of
Dade, Slate of Florida, to-wit:
lx>t 7 Block 6. Tatum Waterway-
Sub., Plat Book 4i', Page 2 In the
County of Dade, State of Florida.
This deed will be issued subjeot to
1878 County taxes and 1972 City ot
Miami Beach taxes and Hens.
The assessment of said property un-
der the said certificate was ill the
name of: K01 W. 2! Co-p
I'tiless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according IO law, the prop-
erty described herein will be sold to
the highest bidder for cash at Ihe
Courthouse door on the first Monday
In the month of November, 1972.
which is the Gill day of November.
1972.
Doled this 28th day of September.
1978.
E. B. LEATHBRMAN,
Clerk "f Clrcull Court,
Dade Counly, Florida.
By F F. iiri.DSTIfAND. D.C.
Circuit Curl Seal
10/t-13-80-27
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
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
l.CIS F. MAYO
and
I.II.A LOUISE MAYO
TO: I.IIA LOUISE MAYO
1410 Abercorn Street
Savannah. Georgia :tl4"l
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an a.-tion for Dissolution of Ma-
ring.- has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of |
your written defenses, If nny, to it 1
on Manuel Zaiac. attorney for Peti-
tioner, whose a.lilr.-ss Is 150 S.E. 2nd
Avenue. Suite 1110, Miami. Florida 1
88181, and file the original with fh
clerk of the above styled court on
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N'OTII'I-: IS HEREBY GIVEN tl
ihe undersigned, desiring to engau
in business under the fictitious nar -
of AI.EX TILE CONTRACTOR
13580 S.W. 30th Street, .Miami, F
intends to register said name wi-
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Di- le
County, Florida.
ALEXIS MENDOZA
1" I3-2H-27 11
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
IN RE:
MARY KATHHYN CARCTHERS.
Petitioner
and
MONTE NATHAN CARUTHBRS.
Respondent.
TO: Monte Nathan Caruthers
Box 8(1
Cross Lanes Drive
Nitro. West Virginia 26148
TOO ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. 10 it
on Robert H. Burns. Esquire, attor-
ney for Petitioner, whose address is
3r.6 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Flor-
ida 33139, and file the original with
ihe clerk of the above styled court on
or before November 15, 1972; other-
wise a default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in the
complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN.
WITNESS my hand and Ihe seal of
said court al Miami, Florida on ibis r,
day of October, 1972.
1:. I; LEATHBRMAN,
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dad.- County, Florida
By I. SNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Cin uil Court Seal.
ROBERT H. BURNS, BSQl'lRE
S5u Lincoln Rd.
Miami Beach. Fla.
Attorney for Petitioner
la 13-80-27 II S
before Nov. 13, 1972; otherwise de-
fault will be entered against you for
lb.- relief demanded in the complaint
or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each we.-k for four cons.-cuiiv,- weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORID!AN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami, Florida on this
:i day of October. 1 E B. LEATHBRMAN,
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By It. M. KISSEK
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
I0/8-1S-20-27
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH5
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-2066*
NOTICE TO APPEAR
(BY PUBLICATION)
ALEX BREITBART and SYLVIA
K. BREITBART
Plaintiffs,
vs.
or 1 JAMES WAI.DEV.
1
<*U co
seal
epurl at Miami. Florida on this
1 '" of October, 1972.
I: I' LEATHBRMAN,
* Clerk. Circuit Court
Had.- County. Florida
By C M. HEARSE
tbnin -As deputy Clerk
I u" '-ourt Seal)
10/13-20-27 11/8
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 LBB TEDDER
and
I_\RRY TEDDER
TO: LARRY TEDDER
0/0 Aaron Edwards
Route 1
Red Springs. North Carolina
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
vour written defenses, if any, to it
on MAX P. ENCEL, attorney for Pe-
titioner, whose address is 1400 N.W.
10th Avenue, Suite 17-'l. Miami. Flor-
ida 33136. and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court oil or
before Nov. 13th. 1972; otherwise a
default will l>e entered against you
for the relief demanded in the com-
plaint or petition.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FU.IUDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal Of
said court at Miami. Florida on this 2
day of Oct., 1972.
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. 10th Avenue, Suite 17-0
Miami. Florida 3313 (379-3811)
Attorney for Petitioner
10/6-13-2U-27
NOTICE Oc ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPFRTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-20908
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN HE:
SU iMARA -ORAI.1A
QI'INTANA l-'ORTE/.A. wife
and
PEDRO FORTEZA', husband
TO: I'EDRO FORTE/.A
Marinao La Liza, Cuba
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it
on STEPHEN J. BERXJNSKY, P.A.,
attorney for Petitioner, whose ad-
dress Is 958* Bird Road, Miami. Flor-
ida 3310.*.. and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court on or
before Nov. 17, 1972; 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 week for four consecutive weeks
in TIIE.1EWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my ha.id and Ihe seal
of said court at Miami. Florida on
ibis II day of Oct., 1871
1: It. LEATHBRMAN,
As Clerk. Clrcull Court
Dade County, Florida
By R M. KISSEE
As D.-puiy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
STEPHEN J. BERLINSKY, PA
8688 Bird Road
Miami. Fl, 88]M
Attorney for Petitioner
10 13-20-27 11,3
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 LENORA JOLLY,
and
LARRY JOLLY
TO: LARRY JOLLY
Residence unknown.
Vur ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that 1111 action for Dissolution ot Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
vour written defenses, if any. to it on
Frederick B. Spiegel, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is ii North-
weal 12th Avenue. Miami. Florida
33188, and file ihe original with the
clerk of the above styled court on 01
b.iore Nov. 3, 1972; otherwise a de-
fault "ill be entered against you for
ihe relict demanded in Ihe complaint
or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each w..k for four ooo.....M've weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hanu ami ui seal of
said court at Miami, Florida oil ibis
27 day of Sept.. 1972.
1: 11 LEATHBRMAN*.
As 1 llerk, Clrcull Courl
Dade County. Florida
By R M. KISSEE
As Deputy Clerk
(Clrcull Court Seal)
Frederick B Spiegel
lol Northwest 12th Av.-nue
Miami. Florida 88188
Attorney for Petitioner
ph. 858-7655
10/0-13-20-27
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-4854
In RE: Estate of
HOLME S. I'NCER
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against ;:aid
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the estate
of ooLDtE s. I'NCER deceased late
of Dade County. Florida, to the Coun-
ty Judges of Dade County, and file I
the same in duplicate and as provided
in Section 783.10, Florida Statutes, in
tholr offices In the Counly Courthouse |
in Dade Counly. Florida, within six |
calendar months from the time of the |
first publication hereof, or the same 1
will he barred.
Dated al Miami, Florida, this SBtJi \
day of September, A.D. 1878.
IRVING L'NCUER
As Executor
l-'irsi publication of this notice on
the Bth day of October, 1972.
HERALD SILVERMAN
tttorne] for Administrator
210 Roberts lluildiim.
Miami. Florida
lO/f-lS-SO-27
Defendant
TO: JAMES WAI.DKs-
Residence unknown
and
Bach and all unknown persons, p.---
li.-s and defendants who claim by.
through under or acniust the afor -
said JAMES WALDEN, whether -
spouses, heirs, devlaees, grantees, as-
signees, Honors, creditors, trustees
otherwise, as to each and all of wh
residence is unknoyvn.
and
I Each and all unknown persons, pi -
lies and defendants, as to each aid
I all of whom residence is unknov
I having or claiming to have any riglII
t title Or interest in or to the follow!: --
J described property, which is the su' -
I Jecl matter of the above styled cau-.
; viz:
Part 1 2108 N.W. 7th Avenue.
I Cash Regisler
; 1 190.". Ford Falcon Econovan
I Rack for poly bags
1 Sewing machine
:i Standing clothes nicks
Misc. banging pipe clothes racks
. 2 Utility pressei.
1 Mushroom press
3 Puff irons |2 on 1 stand)
i Vacuum machine connected to
press,-,
2 Tumblers (dryers)
I Dry cleaning wheel with filler
attached
1 Slid.- l used from wheel to
extractor)
1 Extr......r
I Spotting board
3 Clothes baskets
1 Boiler with water tank attached
2 Solvent tanks (I underground. 1
above ground
1 Washing machine
1 Refrigerator
Part 2 1539 N.W. 3rd Avenue
: 2 Electric com ->,.? -
I Assorting rack (manual)
I Rack for poly bags
:i Baskets (clothes)
i Cash register
I Fan
1 Refrigerator
SCHEDULE -B"
(non-working equipment)
! Tumblers
I I'tility press
1 Mushroom press
.1 Motors
1 cash Register
1 1 leaning wheel (standing outsldo)
1 \\ ashing machine
SCHEDULE "C"
2 Fuel oil tanks owned hy
Dixie Bell Oil CO.
SCHEDULE "D"
All tools including Jarge vise
stand and metal pipes not conneel
lo and machinery and fittings 1 1
same remain the properly of the
Sellers but will bo left on the prem-
ises for the buyers use, if he so de-
sires, until Ihe Sellers have need for
them.
TOO, AND EACH OF TOU, are here-
by notified that a Complaint has been
filed by the above-named Plaintiffs
against you and each of you to fore-
close ;i mortgage on the above-de-
scribed property in the above-styled
Cause and you and each of you are
hereby rei|uired to file an Answer 1
ether Pleading responsive thereto
with Ih. Clark of the abov. -entitled
Circuit Court and to serve a copy of
such Answer or other responsiv.
Pleading upon the Plaintiffs' Attor-
ney. DAVID M. liONSHAK. 14--7
Northwest 7th Street, Miami. Florid,.
33125. on or before the 17 day of No-
vember. 1978, otherwise the allega-
tions of said Complaint will be taken
as confessed by you.
DONE and ORDERED al the D;.....
County Courthouse. Miami, l-'lori.l .
lliis 1, day of October, 1972.
E. B. LEATHBRMAN
Clerk of ihe above-entitled Court
BY: C. P. COPELAND
DEPUTY CLERK
(Circuit Court Bag*
.0/13-20-27 11/8


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APPITIZilS AVAIlAtlC AT STORES HAVING StRVICI COUNTERS
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