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The Jewish Floridian ( October 27, 1972 )

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*Jeffis* fhrkHan
Friday, October 27, 1970
letters to the editor
Saturday Is Named UCP Walkathon Da^
EDITOR'S NOTE: Unsigned letters
tfl the editor will not be printed.
I IHTOK. The Jewish Kloritlian:
When Mr. Leon J. Ell speaks as
representative of the Republican
rt) he i- entitled i<> his views
defense of the Party ti> which
remains loyal and to its candi-
. ites
When, however, Mr. Ell steps
out of the realm of polities and
into the realm of religion and
Jewish history he is out of his
ma n. and exposes himself to
r Iticism "I Ignorance and lack
ol knowledge of Jewish life and
Jewis history.
When Mr. Ell says that the
i-ophets were not all Rabbis he
can't know what he is talking
. out. There were no Rabbis In
the days of the Prophets! The
ophel was the religious con-
clenei of the Jewish People. He
. as tin c nscii nee of the govern-
enl ol Israel. The Prophet 'and
re of course we are talking of
true Prophel nol the false
1 chastised the government
v. hen it was pursuing an unjust
1 in-1 oral position. He annotated
King Saul and removed King Saul
cause King .Saul did not obey
the Wi d ol G-d.
Mr. Ell, and 1 quote him. says.
"Sometimes, they (the Prophets)
"Im against the priests who ac-
tually occupied the same position
a tr- Rabbis do today, namely
ii net onaries of Judaism."
Mr. Ell, do you know the his-
toric;; functions of the Rabbi? Do
you know that the Rabbi was
vei a religious functionary? His I
- le and primary responsibility
was the instruction of his people
in th. ways of religious and moral
lite. Are you Judging the Rabbi-
nate of Israel on the basis of your i
knowledge of the modern Rabbi-
nate" What kind of a functionary
is a Rabbi? The wedding
in, according to Jew-
ish Law, be conducted by a
rned and religious layman.
S irely, the Rabbi was not or-
IniiH i so he could conduct funer-
unveilings, and Bar Mitzvahs.
this whai you mean by a re-
H "' fum tii nary?
Th. priests were the religious
f> net marl ol the Jewish People. |
The\ performed the sacrifices in '
the Temple. They were also the
hysicians who attended to the
jacople. They had the authority to
quarantine the contagiously sick.
The Levites performed the relig-
ious services of the Temple. The
Rabbi, however, was never a re-
ligious functionary of the Jewish
ople. His presence was not even ,
ojuin d at the daily service.
Like the true prophet of old.
!.i- Rabl i t'.:u., is a teacssr and
ber u no alerts the people to
, the ideals of the Torah and oui
faith, and who awakens the moral
1 .onsciencc of the Jewish People.
Beyond that the Rabbi has no
1 functions whatsoever.
.vir. hill may confuse the Rabbi
with the priest when he sa.s the
.;a..Li dresses in a robe. This is
an unfortunate mistake. The
1 Rabbis never wore robes because
they were not religious function-
iries. The pi iests did wear robes
because they were religious func-
tionaries.
My advice to Mr. Kll i< that he
stick to politics and leave religion
to the Rabbi.
BJCBBI JONAH K. CAPLAN
Sky Lake Synagogue
KDITOR. Tin- JCwiSh Floridiiiu:
Time magazine, in Its recent Is-
sue, published an atti.le under the
caption "Catering to the Jewish
Vote" In which they admonish
American politicians and Jews In
particulai for manifesting concern
for their fellowrhen in Israel and
in the US.S.R. They even ?o so,
far as to question their loyalty to-
ward the real interests of this
country for making Jewish issues
their cardinal concern.
Such biased reasoning is not'
new. Put ing the Nazi ho!o:aust..
when Jewish leaders attempted to(
intervene with the Roosevelt ad-;
ministration on behalf of the Jews
doomed in the extermination
camps, they too were silence! tin-
der the same pre'ext that tltej
Time magazine article presented: i
namely, that there were bigger
matters to deal with than |ust thej
Jewish problem, and that in the;
neater scheme of things, the Jew-;
ih Issue would also l>e resolved.
The result of this policy of ex-'
peditious -il-p-e then was the
murder of one-th'rd of the Jewish
eople by the Nazis. The effect of I
the policy of silence this time is
unknown yet, but one dare not:
experiment with the saiie faulty
lojflc. For this time collectively1
'ialf of the remaining world Jew-1
ish community is at stake be-
tween Russia and Israel.
The spiritual and physical jeop-
ardy of the Jews in these two loca-'
tkms is well-documented, even by I
Time magazine, in the same Issue,
Sadat of Egypt expresses the in-,
evitability of war against Israel.
The Russian attitude is as evident
and as virulent.
Astonishingly, Time doesn't see
the human bonds of these senators
of good will, whether Jew or other-
wise, in their concern regarding
If you're rich
and beautiful,
why arent we
having an affair?
the fate o: people anywhJfe rc-
eardjegs of race o{ p lisjioflj^ and
that the Jiwi'-ii tragedy In Hits'
case reflects a human drama
which demands an active positive
stand. The Jewish Issue cannot be
relegated tc international barter'
1 and cannot be subordinated to any
consideration.
American politicians who under-1
: stand this human drama should be
I commended and supported for
i their iwsition of courace and not'
taken to task for it. a< Time maga-
zine is doing in its crypto anti-
Semitic article.
MAI kick GOLD&ING
Miami Beach
David Schoenbrun
Speaking Saturday
At Hille! Foundation
David Schoenbrun. a nationally-!
'a-own CBS eonmentator and po-.
Mtica' wna'vst will be speaking at
the Hllcl Foundation of the Uni-
versity of Miami. 1100 Miller Dr..
Saturday at 8:30 p.m. His topic
will be What Impact Would a,
McGovern Election Have on the
Jewish Community?"
Mr. Schoenbrun s appearance is
Ihmii!.' sponsored by the Public Af-i
fairs Committee of the Young
Men's and Young Women's He-
brew A"Oc:ation of Greater Miami
(YM-YWHA) and the Hille! Foun-
dation. a-c>rding to Public Affairs
Committee chairman Fred Witkoff.
D.D.S.
As a journalist. Mr. Schoenbrun '
conn's to Miami with a broad
background in reporting on na-
tional and international affairs.,
He has won numerous awards for
Ms writing and observations, cov-
ering more than L'O years of expert-1
ence in watching nations and na-'
tional leaders.
The Pub'ic Affair* Committee
has Iwen extremely active in this
year's political stage. It provid d
an opportunity for all candidates
in Florida's presidential primary
to meet the community in dialogue:
six Democratic candidates accept-
ed the invitation. It a'so hosted
open forums with candidates for
the recent Metro mayoral and
state's prosecuting attorney elec-
tions.
The proeram Saturday is open
to the public. There will be no
charge for seating in HUM'S audi-
torium. Additional information is
available through either Hillel
Foundation or the YM-YWHA.
Rabbi (Japlan Elected
VIuMini Viee President
Rabbi Jonah Caplan of North I
Miami Reach has been elected'
Southiastern regional vice presi-
dent ol the alumni association of!
the Rabbi Isaac Eichanan The-'
ologieal Seminary of New York
Rabbi Caplan. spiritual learie:
of Sky Lake Congregation, joins |
national officers headed by Rabbi.
Max Hoeh of the Concourse. Bronx. |
N.Y.. president. The seminary i-
a division of Yeshiva Universitv
Mayor David Kennedy has de j
dared Saturday "United Cerebxa
Palsy Walkathon Day'' in Miami '
Brian Smith, a patient at the UCP <
Center, accepted the proclamation
from she mayor along*with Com.
V. Theodore Gibson. Vice*Mayot
Rose Gordon. Com Manolo Re-
bozo, Com. J. L. Plummer, and
executive director of the UCP
Center. John Horan.
The walkathon will begin at ;
a.m. at the bandshell i,, Bay-fror.t
Park and cover a 20
north on Biscayne Blvd to %, j
St., across to 2nd Ave
back to rhe mhidshslt Maj
netly is cochairman of the walk !
thon with Fran Curci,
of Miami head football coach
It could be the perfect affair. And it should be. After all, we're
talking about the most important moments in your life. Your
daughter's wedding. Your son's confirmation. The one big party
of the season.
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may come to a little more, but would you really settle for any-
thing less?
Our catering director, Charlotte Ham, is without peer on
The Beach. Please don't hesitate to call her for advice, for spe-
cialized attention, and for a chance to look over the magnificent
new Cotillion Room.
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WHAT DO YOU
KNOW ABOUT
A forty week quiz, marking the 25th anniversary
celebration of the birth of Israel, has been pre-
pared tor this and other member papers of the
American Jewish Press Association by the Depart-
ment of Education and Culture of the American
Section ol the World Zionist Organization
J
1. Who said: 'To be good Americans, we must be tter
Jews, and to !>. better Jews we must becom
ists?"
2. Wl' re and what is the Dome of the Citadel?
.".. What was the term applied to the air transportati
Jews from Yemen to Israel?
A What is the term applied to a native born Israeli0
5. What is the "lowest" tbelow sea lev-ell inhabited
in the world?
6. Name the President of the United States who was the
first to recognize the State of Israel.
7. Name the present President ol Israel?
8. What does Habinia refer to?
9. When was the Stat" of Israel proclaimed? Give th
brew and secular dates.
10. What does the expression "Totzeret Haaretz" mean"
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Four years ago, many of us
never dreamed we'd be supporting
President Nixon in 1972.
Two tilings have happened. The Democrats have nominated George McGovern for Presidenta man who deeply
worries us. And President Nixon, since assuming oflice, has pleasantly surprised and impressed us witli his performance.
We like his open-door policy to China... his determination to maintain a militarily strong America, especially in such
troubled areas as the Mideast...his program of aid to Israel (more than all previous Presidents combined)... his strong
opposition to a quota system in any shape, manner or form... and much, much more.
Because we like what President Nixon has doneand are disturbed by what Senator McGovern proposes to do we
have formed the Concerned Citizens for the Re-election of the President. Many of our members are either Democrats
or Independents. Consider what a few have to say:
"For ;ill of iry adult life hove been an enrolled Democrat and have consistently voted
for the candidates of the Democratic party. This year I feel committed as an
American and a Jew to assist in the re-election of President Richard Nixon.
"A ftcr my recent meeting with th. President, I am more convinced than ever that he
lone offers the best hope for a continued constructive relationship with the Soviet
Union that all Americans applaud. Furthermore, the President's fulfillment of his
promises of support for Israel leads me to believe that he is a man to be trusted by all of
us. I know President Nixon is personally dealing with the Soviet leaders to effect an
end to the onerous exit tax placed on Jew ish emigrants and I believe that he will be
successful. As an American and as a Jew, I wholeheartedly support the President's
re-election." a.bbl Hanchal Schactar,
ranx.N.Y.
"Even though lama registered Democrat, I feel the only honest thing that I can do is to
put my home and my country before my political party.
"As a Jew with a lifetime background of proven work for my people wherever they are,
I cannot forget for one moment how much good President Nixon has done for our
people and the people of the State of Israel. His most recent show of courage was the
veto the United States cast against the Arab motion to censure Israel in the Security
Council of the United Nations.
J pledge my support to help re-elect President Nixon. No one has ever deserved it
more.
IwhBayar,
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"Although a lifelong Democrat, I now support the re-election of President Nixon.The
President's philosophy of government calls for constructive change without
endangering our basic institutions; progress without disruption and a pursuit ol
justicewhich recognizes the freedom of all. The recordof the present Administration
in establishing meaningful contacts with the superpowers, Russia and China, had
immcasurablv increased the possibilities for a period of peaceful coexistence. 1 he
record of his Administration in extending military and economic aid to Israel nas
been outstanding^ 1.2 billion-surpassing the record of all previous administrations
combined.
''Because of this Administration's successful record in foreign policy, especially in the
Middle Fast, its achievements on the domestic front, and its prospects for molding
a strong and vibrant society, 1 urge that President Nixon be re-elected.".
Rabbi Saymaur Sla|al,
Naw Yark. Naw York
Tvehad the pleasure oFmccting recently with President Richard Nixon as 1 have on
other important occasions. In addition to the President. I have also met with many
other members of his Administration. 1 have found the President readily accessible
and sympathetic to our views on Israel and Soviet Jew ry just to mention two
important issues. 1 have found implicit faith in him; I trust him completely. He has
been a man of his word and I will do every thing in my power to re-elect him."
Dr. William A. Waxlar,
Savannah, Oaaraia
"As a lifclongDemocrat, I am very happy to endorse there-election of President
Nixon. His achievements in domestic and foreign affairs make him one of the greatest
Presidents in the history of our country. He is a recognized world leader who has
contributed greatly to detente in the world.
"The President told me recently of his abidingcommitment to Israel and stated he
would never impose a settlement on Israel." samuai ..*.rg.
Paarla. Illlnalt
"My name is David Luchins. T am a young Democrat, 24 years old. During the seven
months of the Democratic primaries I served on Senator Hubert Humphrey s
National Campaign staff as coordinator of his effort in the Jewish community.
Many of the young people who worked with me for Humphrey's nomination arc now-
supporting the President's re-election. As Americans, as Democrats, or as Jews, wc
cannot support the candidacy of Senator George McGovern.
"When I attended the Democratic National Convention, I saw for myself that
delegates were selected on a quota basis. I believe this is profoundly un-American.
President Nixon has declared himself against quotas of all kinds and has *f n
effective steps to prevent the imposition of quotas in government and private industry.
David luchlnl,
Albany, Naw York
The Concerned Citizens campaign needs your support We urge you to join with us in pledging your support and Noting
for the re-election of President Nixon.
Concerned Citizens for the Re-election of the President.
Murray Alman
Dr. Seymour Alterman
Mrs. David Berg
Mrs. Bea Bernstein
Norman Braman
Mrs. Norman Ciment
Herbert Diamond
Ger-WFalick
Jack Gaines -
Abe Goldman
aSMHaM* NHaM m* M f H ">
Melvin Greenberg
Eugene Hyman
Mortimer May
Arthur Meltxer
Albert Morrison, Jr.
Lawrence C. Porter
Robert Russell
Sanford Rywell
Herbert Lee Simon
Ned Yaffe
Chairman,
Max Fisher-Detroit, Michigan
Co-Chairmen,
Samuel Rothberg-Pcoria. Illinois
Dr. Wm. Wexler-Savannah, Georgia
Samuel Hausman-Ncw York, New York
Vice-Chairmen,
Joseph Mcycrhoff-Baltimore. Maryland
Louis BoyarLos Angeles, California
Albert Spiegel-Los Angeles, California
Taft Schreiber-Los Angeles, California
Jay Pritzker-Chicago, Illinois
Albert Adclman-Milwaukcc, Wisconsin
Rabbi Herschel Schacter-Bronx, N.Y.
Leonard GoIdiinc-Philadclphia.Penna.
David LitwinNewark, New Jersey

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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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October 27, 1972

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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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' "Ofewfislli Flkwr idian
Combining THi JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 45 Number 43
Miami, Florida Friday. Oct 27, 1972
Two Sections Price 25c
Head Tax Waived For Three Activists
NEW YORK (JTAI Three
major Jewish activists in Mos-
cow, all with advanced academic
degrees, have been granted per-
mission to leave the Soviet
Union without paying the exces-
sive visa taxes levied on edu-
cated Soviet citizens, the Stu-
dent Struggle for Soviet Jewry
(SSSJ' has reported.
A SSSI spokesman said the
organization learned that exit
vitas have been granted to Gav-
ri'-l Shapiro, Roman Rutman and
Mikhail Kllachkln.
Mr Shapiro, who began serv-
ing a one-year sentence at "cor-
rective labor" last month for
alleged draft evasion has had
his sentence suspended and will
leave the Soviet Union within
10 days, his American wife, Judy
Silver Shapiro, told the JTA.
"I'm in ecstasy, in shock, I
don't believe it," said Mrs. Sha-
piro, a Cincinnati social worker
who was married to Gavriel in
a religious ceremony at his Mos-
cow home last June but was de-
nied a civil marriage by the So-
viet authorities. She told the
JTA that she was planning to
ir i-Ci -tr
Exit Visa Withdrawn,
Soviet Jew Is Drafted
By Special Rupert
Moscow A young Soviet
Jew w ho was told last week he
could leave for Israel wit ho* it
paying the controversial "di-
ploma tax" was summoned to
the passport office Monday,
stripped of his visa and issued
a conscription notice.
Andrei V. Dubrov, 22, said in
a telephone interview that he
and his mother were among the
20 Jewish families told last week
that they would be exempted
from the tax if they left by
Oct. 28.
The news of the exemptions
came almost simultaneously
with the signing in Washington
of a Soviet-American trade pack-
age, leading many Moscow Jews
to view the relaxation of the
fees as an expedient measure to
pave tin way for the trade deal's
approval by the U.S. Congress.
Some 76 American senators
have sponsored a resolution say-
Inu they would not approve most-
favoml-nation status for R a key part of the trad*- aecord,
hiiI.-ns the Soviets lifted the edu-
cation taxes.
The tariffs, imnosed Aug. 3
by the Supreme Soviet, require
6 -rants with higher education
to reimburse the state for their
schooling. Pavments can go as
high as $30,000 a person.
Dubrov said that after the
exemptions were granted, he and
his mother were issued Soviet
exit visas and then obtained
fly to Vienna to meet her hus-
band.
Mrs. Shapiro received the
good news in a routine telephone
conversation with Gavriel which
she made from the B'nai B'rtth
HlOel Foundation at Syracuse
University as part of a press
conference.
Mrs. Shapiro, who has been
appealing to the U.S. govern-
ment to intervene in her hus-
band's behalf since she returned
to this country after being oust-
transit visas from the Italian
embassy so they could stop in
Koine on a flight to Tel Aviv.
Mr. Dubrov said when he and
his mother went Friday to the
state airline, Aeoroflot, to buy
the airline tickets, they were
turned away and returned Satur-
day.
A ticket agent assigned the
task of issuing tickets to Jew-
ish emigrants told them that
she couldn't sell them the tick-
ets and that they should go to
the Office of Visas and Foreign
Registrations (OVIRi Monday
to clarify the matter.
"Early this morning, a repre-
sentative of OVIR rang up and
said we are to come to OVIR as
quickly as possible and the
ticket affair would be worked
out" Mr. Dubrov said. "We
went to OVIR. showed them the
visas, and the woman said to
wait a moment. We waited an
hour."
Then Dubrov said, a represen-
tative of the military committee
for his district of Moscow came
to the OVIR offloe. The army
recruiter summoned him to a
room, pushed his mother out, and
ordered him to sign n draft sum-
mons. Mr. Dubrov said he didn't
>!gn. but Col. Grlgory V. Soroeh-
kin, deputy chief of the OVIR's
department of internal affairs
told him his and his mother's
visas were annulled.
The authorities gave no rea-
son for annulling the visas and
issuing the draft notice. _____
mm am BUgr wuagnrri
Religious Council
Prepares To Elect
Two New Rabbis
TEL AVIV (JTAI The Tel
Aviv Religious Council met last
week to begin prenarations to
ole-t two new chief rabbis to
serve the city's As'ikenazic and
Sephardic communities.
The posts became available
when the incumbents. Rabbi
Shlomo Goren and Rabbi Ovadia
Yosef, were elected the Ash-
kenazic and Sephardic Chief
Rabbis of Israel respectively.
Both will retain their Tel Aviv
offices pending the elections,
which are several months off.
The speculation was that Rab-
bi Itzhak Yedldya Fraenkel was
the most likely to succeed Rab-
bi Goren, the man who defeated
him three years ago. But he may-
be challenged by other rabbis
inasmuch as the Tel Aviv rab-
binate has proven to be a step-
ping-stone to the Chief Rabbi n-
nate of Israel.
Former Chief Rabbi Unterman
and the late Chief Rabbi U/.iel
both served as Chief Rabbis of
Tel Aviv, as did Goren and Yo-
sef. The Sephardic community
was surprised by the victory of
Rabbi Yosef over the Incumbent
Sephardic Chief Rabbi Yitzhak
NLssim, inasmuch as Rabbi Yo-
sef declared his candidacy only
19 days before the elections. Sev-
eral prominent Sephardi and
Yemenite rabbis are said to be
possible candidates for Rabbi
Yosef's Tel Aviv office.
Annexing Of Territories
'Ruled Out9 By Premier
By Special Report
JKRUSALEMPremier Golda
Meir ruled out" Israeli annex-
ation of the heavily populated
sectors of the occupied terri-
tories on the ground that this
would endanger the country's
Jewish majority in a speech
made before a conference of
American women representing
the Organization for Rehabili-
tation through Training (ORTl
in the Israel capital.
She declared that her govern-
ment's aim was to achieve
"defensible borders," not a large
Arab minority.
"After we have signed peace
treaties with our neighbors," she
told 600 delegates from the
United States, "and agreed to
holders, the nature of the state
of Israel will be Jewish, with a
large Jewish majority."
The premier touched on
Israel's so-called demographic
nightmare, arising from fears
that the Arabs' relatively high
birthrate might eventually cause
ed from Russia following her
marriage, said, "I suppose the
American government came to
my rescue at a very high level.
But I have no proof of that."
She said Gavriel told her that a
fellow activist, Mark Nashpitz,
did not get permission to leave.
Mr. Shapiro, 28, a chemical
engineer graduate of Moscow
the resident Jewish population
to be surpassed.
She said she would not want
Israelis to "have to get up every
morning and be afraid to ask,
"Who was born during the
night? was it a Jew or an
Arab? "There is a country like
that," she went on, "Lebanon."
Under Lebanon's constitution,
the Christian communities have
guaranteed political control, but
the Moslem element has grown
to the extent that the Christian
majority may be fictional now.
University, first applied for an
exit visa to go to Israel in Feb.
1971. Roman Rutman. 38, who
was a professor of technical sci-
ences at the Institute of Radio
Engineering in Moscow, had ap-
plied for his visa in March, 1971.
It is not known when Kliachkin,
an aeronautical engineer in his
early 20s anplied for a visa.
Dayan Said Illegally
Exporting Antiquities
By Special Report
JERUSALEM Deputy Pre-
mier Yigal Allon this week
asked the government's legal
adviser to investigate charges
that Defense Minister Moshe
Dayan illegally exported items
from his personal antiquities
collection to the United States
for sale to wealthy Jews.
Mr, Allon. acting on a com-
plaint that Dayan illegally sent
ancient artifacts abroad accom-
panied by an autograph of the
defense minister for each one,
asked that police be included in
the investigation, the deputy
premier's spokesman said.
Gen. Dayan's chief rival for
the premiership when Mrs.
Golda Meir retires, Mr. Allon is
also Minister of Education and
Culture and is in charge of the
government antiquities depart-
ment.
Israeli law stipulates that no
antiquities may be shipped
without the department's writ-
ten approval. A spokesman said
this was to prevent valuable
finds from leaving the country.
Gen. Dayan's collection of
thousands of artifacts, including
a basement full of clay pots, oil
lamps and bowls dating from
Biblical times, is displayed in
his suburban home and garden.
A111 i ii Demands Led To Break, Premier Reports
TEL AVIV (JTA i Premier Golda Meir has disclosed officially
for the first time the demands made by President Idi Amin of
Uganda that led to a break between Israel and Uganda. Addressing
the Tel Aviv Labor Council, Mrs. Meir said Amin had asked Israel
for "little things" like a few Phantom jets which, Mrs. Meir said,
he made clear he intended to use against Tanzania. Israel could
not spare the jets and, in any case, would never provide them for
use against another country, the premier said.
Dossiers Kept On Soviet Jews, Lawyer Says
NEW YORK (JTAI "A dossier of what by American stand-
ards would seem to be innocuous conduct, is kept on every Soviet
Jew so that an ever-present bureaucracy can move on an instant's
notice whenever and against whomever the convenience of the state
appears to dictate." This assessment, together with observations on
the Soviet judicial process and the trials of Soviet Jews, is pre-
sented by Jacob Fuchsberg, past president of the American Trial
Lawyers' Association, in an article in the latest Issue of the New
York Law Journal. Mr. Fuchsberg spent several weeks this sum-
mer in the Soviet Union laying the ground work for a Soviet-
American International Law Conference. At the request of the
Greater New York Conference on Soviet Jewry, he looked into
cases of Soviet Jews who are facing trials. He also met with Soviet
Procurator General Roman Rudenko and other judicial officials.
Nobel Prize Winners Active At Weizman
NEW YORK (WNSI A Jewish biologist from London, Dr.
Gerald Maurke Edelman, and a non-Jewish professor from London.
Dr. Rodney Robert Porter, were awarded the 1972 Nobel Prize last
week. Both of the winners have ties with the Weizman Institute of
Science in Rehovot, Israel. Dr. Edelman is a member of the board
of governors and Dr. Porter has cooperated on research in England
with the institute.
ZOA Urges President To Demand Tax End
NEW YORK (WNS)The National Executive Committee of
the Zionist Organization of America urged President Nixon this
week to "openly and vigorously" demand the "immediate with-
drawal of the unjust exit tax" imposed by the Soviet Union. The
committee urged the President not to rely on "silent diplomacy"
as "the only instrument of administration policy where the rights
of Soviet Jews are concerned."


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Friday, October 7T
Judge Irving Cypen To Reform Rabbis Hit
Chair Temple Series
. Irving Cypen baa been
tiairman of the
7 .-<.. -.. S .. mmittee of
Judge Cypen. has lonj; iofrn a
lelHer (or both State <>f'''Tsrae!
Bongs ami the Greater Miami
lewith Federation, <>f which he
is a former vise president. He is
the redpieat of the Hoibert H
Lehman'-Israel Awai.l ami has
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ZatOIl yf Arr.eiiia J.;-l.-e Cyi*-n is
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Harry Shuch is chairman of the Sky Lake Combined Jew-
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Number 43
19 HESHVAN 5733
AVON. Conn' Here in Avon,"
where this reporter came from.
we have a serious generation
gap if you will permit that
shopworn phrase to be used just
once. But it is not the kind of
cap you rrtisht suppose.
AVON |*J i Yankee farm vil-
lage, turned into an Italian town,
turned into a ber iburb.
With one exception among the
Woodfords. who have an heredi-
tary tendency to live pa=t 100
years, the Avon patriarchs to-
day are all first-generation Ital-
ians. The Italians began arriving
here shortly before World War
I.
The eeneration pap in ques-
tion is between the st-g nera-
'Reverse Discrimination'
The AnB-DefcniKition League's complaint against the
University cf California's "affirmative action" program
rkTrnT that it has resulted in a policy of reverse discrimi-
nation. Complaints of a similar nature could be made
against most of our leading universities which receive
federal grants for they, too. are engaged in the practice.
While the legal technicalities demand that the com-
plaint be filed against the university, the real culprit in
establishing or demanding that they be established
quota systems is the Department of Health, Education and
Welfare. Despite administration denials of encouraging
quotas, the record is clear that prestigious colleges as
Columbia, Harvard, Chicago and the like have been
threatened with the loss of needed federal funds unless
they comply.
The most ludicrous example of bureaucratic narrow-
ness comes from the State University of New York at Al-
bany which embarked on a search for a Biblical scholar
who would be "either female, Negro, American Indian or
possess a Spanish surname." This, of course, eliminates
Jews, who do not enjoy official status according to HEW,
as well as others who do not fall into the proper niche.
One can hardly deny the discrimination practiced in
the past against the selected minority groups but there
are better ways of eradicating these practices than the
quota policy determined by HEW.
A Healthy Sign
The selection of two new chief rabbis for the Ashke-
nazic and Sephardic religious communities of Israel finally
settles a problem which has kept the nation on edge for a
long time. The choice of two younger men to till the im-
portant posts, both with records of greater leniency in the
interpretation of Halacha, will have its effect on the re-
ligious life of Jews throughout the world, in the opinion of
most observers.
Both Rabbis Shlomo Goren and Ovadia Yosef are,
like their predecessors, strictly Orthodox in their belief that
rabbinical law cannot be amended or modernized Their
major support, however, came from political groupings
which felt that they are liberal to the extent that, on past
performances, they have found grounds in rabbinical
sources for less strict interpretations than have been those
of the defeated incumbents.
The past 25 years have seen the resources and ener-
gies of Israel devoted to survival. That it has finally been
able to turn its attention to the explosive religious issues is
a healthy sign.
A Plus For Miami And Israel
The formation of a Miami-Israel Chamber of Com-
merce is another illustration of the close business as well
as emotional ties this area has had to the Jewish state
from its very formation.
A significant goal, in view of our geography, is to
stimulate exports from Israel not only to the entire south-
eastern area of Florida, but to the Carribbean nations
and Central America as welL Miami has become a vital
center of international banking, marketing of both im-
ports and exports, customs brokerage and the like for
the countries to our south. The program outlined at the
organizing meeting adds up to a plus for both Israel and
this area.
Amount Spent Indicates Scope
Miami Beach had better look to its laurels as the sec-
ond home for American Jews. A recent study reveals that
close to ten per cent of the investment in residences last
year in Israel was made by American Jews, many of them
with business operations there but others for use as vaca-
tion homes for themselves or their friends and relatives.
Since investors in these homes who are not immigrants
must pay cash, the estimated $45 million spent last year
indicates the scope of the movement
w/mgN$ on e$qs
tio'n patriarchs and
ful. now middle-aged
Americans they have
one of Avon's leadir..- :
American families, for
there are five son* The
arch, at a recent fami'.j
asked his so:.- :.
going to vote this
ALL BI'T one had
di nl Nixon alre
upon
an: red He rerm m
-
ibered President I
He called Uv Rep ibuc
ri:h people's party,
warned hi
that they
As a matter of fart I
a.' by ro means poor
think of themselves a-
peop'.c i as is natural. :
have got where they are
by damnabiy hard work The
patriarch's warning madi me
of them pr-.tty uncomj
SO THERE you have our
fairly unexpected generation
gap between the patriarch,
who would never vote Republi-
can, and most of his sons who
will vote Republican this year,
but wiih genuine bad conscience.
There you also have th-- ulti-
mate problem facing President
Richard M. Nixon if he want)
to attain his greatest ambition.
When he was a new-fl
Coneres-i-"ari. dinner at A ice
Longworth's, the futur? P: ii-
aenv was somewhat muy asxed
what that ambition was.
HE REPLIED that obvi ttly
h.- wanted to get to the y
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COMMENT
bv EDWARD COHEN
A number of this area's syna-
gogue administrators men
and women who conduct the
business side of major religious
institutions from Fort Lauder-
dale to Kendall meet on a
fairly regular basis to discuss
mutual problems, present pa-
pers on new techniques of man-
agement and equipment, and the
like. What is most important is
the frankness, the spirit of shar-
ing, the exchange of information
and ideas and the desire to help
each other as professionals, as
well as what some narrow-
minded lay people might con-
sider "rival" congregations.
OFTEN, the sessions evolve
in unexpected direction. Most of
the latest meeting, as an exam-
ple, was spent on community
use of synagogue huildings fol-
lowing a routine quest for infor-
mation on the problem of main-
tenance. For a number of the
congregations, it would appear,
the cost of maintenance is com-
pounded by the great demand
for meeting space from grouos
and organizations outside the
synagogue's own program.
It would seem that there is
hardly a Jewish organization or
club within a synagogue's geo-
graphic area which does not take
advantage of the excellent fa-
cilities of most of our religious
institutions for not onry are they
usually the only available, but
the policy as a rule is to
charge nothing or so little that
suet, use becomes irresistible.
Not a few. moreover, accept the
non-affiliated in their own aux-
iliaries, particularly the youth
groups.
SEVERAL weeks ago, Rabbi
Joseph R. Narot of Temple Is-
rael of Greater Miami preached
a sermon which raised the ques-
tion: "Should Our Federation
Subsidize Our Synagogues?"
And if he needed some argu-
ment to bolster his exploration
of what manv consider a radi-
cal idea, the administrators un-
expectedly provided it by focus-
ing their professional attention
on a situation which even Rabbi
Narot seems to have overlooked
when he stated that "In our
time there has been a separa-
tion between the community on
the one hand and the synagogues
on the other."
The facts, at least when it
comes to using the physical fa-
cilities, indicate no such separa-
tion but only attest to his ob-
servation that "The synagogues,
it is said, should help build the
community but fend for them-
selves. They should give and not
receive.*'
THERE is agreement. it
seems, among such men as Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. Rabbi Leon
Kronish and Rabbi Narot I
hesitate to call them the "Big
Three" that it is time to talk
of Federation subsidizing the
programs of our synagogues for
youth and education.
"They are." according to Rab-
bi Narot, "as vital as any phi-
lanthropy. And I would add a
factor thev i his colleagues) are
not ready to accept the re-
ligious needs of older people.
The men and women who have
no children, who find the weekly
S^bh^th awviee t^eir '"rte source
of friendship and warmth, as
well as Jewishness, but cannot
meet the fiscal responsibilities
of the synagogues, are ei I I
to some support front th
m-jnity."
FROM Rabbi Naro- -
point. "The synagogue m H
ever price itself out : '>'
Jewish child, any Jewish youth,
any Jewish adult who nee is and
seeks us out and unless the
means arc found to subsidize
those who are unable to meet
the cost demands, greater num-
bers of Jews will be excluded
from the influence of Judaism,
and at a time when they need
it and hunger for it most.
The sermon was. as Rabbi
Narot pointed out. not intended
as a criticism of Federation lead-
ership. But rather, "It is meant
to question what may be an an-
tiquated attitude of the Jewish
community. I am concerned
-with a philosophy of life of
which all Jews should becomf
at least aware" and that. I
would gather, is the stronc be-
Hef in the "historic fact that
Jews will not survive without
Judaism."
THl'S, within the contest of
survival, "a child in an Ameri-
can Jewish an American synagogue pro*
gram, an adult who finds Mess-
ing in the synagogue ir, America
are also our hope and our in-
spiration."
And the message, according
to Rabbi Narot. is an awakening
on the part of leaders of both
Federation and synagogue in the
building of a community which
includes within its concern all
elements of that community


Friday- October 27. 1972
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Central Agency Sponsors
Jewish Study Program
A full range of formal and In-
formal Jewish study programs for
tecna:-' rs and adults of the North
Dade area are being conducted at
Tl,.,.,,l,. Adath Yeshurun, .1025
Miami Gardens Dr., under the
sponsorship of the Central Agency
(or Jewish Education. Herbert Zvi
Berger, executive director of the
agency, has announced.
Each Tuesday and Thursday
jfteini'i) three classes of the
Hebrew High School program are
conducted at Adath Yeshurun for
Students of junior and senior hi"h
school age who have attended the
elementary Hebrew schools of the
area.
The curriculum includes selec-
tions from Modern Israeli litera-
t iv. I thics of the Bible, the
Drama of Jewish History Thru
the Ages, Contem|X>rary Jewish
Problems, the Meaning of Prayer.
a-; well as films, film strips, guest
speak- rs and special weekend pro-
grams
In addition, each Thursday eve-
ning an Ulpan Hebrew program
for teenagers is conducted with the
participation of the Hashachar
Youth Movement, with Michael
Pauzman, Hashachar director, and
Mrs. Maxwell WeLsberg. Hadassah
youth chairman, involved in the
programming.
This class, which meets every
Thursday at 8 p.m. is open to all
teenagers of the area who want
to increase their Hebrew conversa-
tional knowledge, under the in-
struction of a licensed, qualified
Hebrew teacher, supervised by the
Central Agency for Jewish Educa-
tion.
Thursday evenings are also
study evenings for teachers and
laymen of the North Dade area;
classes of the Institute of Jewish
Studies were to begin at the syn-
agogue this Thursday. Courses in-
clude The Voice of the Torah,
taught by Rabbi David Lehrfield.
and dealing with the ethical and
moral precepts found in the
weekly reading of the Bible.
At the same hour, classes are
held for new and prospective
weekend teachers in Methods of
Teaching in the Weekend School,
including both content material
taught in the Sunday School cur-
riculum, and the newest ap-
proaches in instruction.
At 9 p.m. on Thursdays, Rabbi
Lebrfleld discusses Contemporary
Issues in the Lierht of Judaism,
including such areas as family life,
war and peace, abortion and birth
control, etc. All interested adults
may participate in the courses and
information can be secured by
calling the offices of the Central
Agency for Jewish Education.
Adults wno wish to participate
in an Ulpan program may do so
at the temple Thursdays from 8-10
p.m. under the instruction of Ber-
nard Levitan, who has had a most
successful program during the past
two years. This class is geared for
those who can already read and
write Hebrew, but have a limited
vocabulary.
An elementary Ulpan class will
be organized upon request.
Topic: Campaign Issues
The Forte Forum wii! wind up
its discussion of campaign issues
Tuesday at 1 p.m. Ruth SchneHer
of the League of Women Voters
will speak on local issues. Ann
Golf and will sum up the argu-
ments presented by the three pre
vious speakers. The forum is held
in the auditorium at 1200 West
Ave., Miami Beach. The public is
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Friday. October T
letters to the editor
Mayor I
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EDITOR'S MOTC _-o* tf.\r%
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I.UITUK Th~ 4*-wih KWMian:
scales as
I the Republican
his vies
vrfaich
..... Its carf'.i-
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is out of his
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the t?o*rfn'rten'
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Rabbi? Do
the Rabbi was
nevei ,? His
< i< | onsihility
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;-' f arvl moral
Ar\-i the Rabbi-
nate : I : 'in the basis of your
the n /:! n Rabbi-
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... f,.,. ng to .1". -
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dained to he could conduct funer-
i ,.ir._.- and Bar Mitzvaha.
] this what ; -1 by a ra-
il .'v functll :...; ) "
The priests were the religious
fi ncti -/.a.i' '-: the Jewish People.
They I the sacrifices in
'. i ..'.>-. They were ab the
iciam who attended to the
.r:.-ATeT re-
_*.<.- t human
which demands an active r>
:annot be
- rnaltonal Tartar
and canno" -dir.ated :o any
cooftd
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rage ar.d not
taken t task for it a- Time maga-
its crypto anti-

MAI RICE GOLDRIN".
Miami Beaih
David Schoenbrur?
Speaking Saturday
At Hillel Foundation
Da1. S r. orun. a nati
' S and po-
-
the RU F
A M ller Dr
Saturday at 8 His topic
. I] be "What Imps I Would a
McOwem Section Have on the
Jewish Conanunity?'
Mr. S I enl i. ir '-"-
. Public Af-
fairs Comrrdtt of the Youn;
M i and Y i u ''' men's He-
brew A lYM-YWHA *rs-i the HOlel Foun-
dation, a.'ending to Publi- Afl
silenced un- Committee chairnaui Fred Witkofi
that the D.D.S.
Xx Raj I""-*/ .i i. :*a-fc
"
the ideais
iaith. and who ana- moral
a nee of the Jewish r-
Barssad that the Rabbi has no
fun '.i-1 -.-; I
.-... naso -he Rabbi
priest when he m the
. tresses ir. a ; The
.-.ore rates
; t re not
The aiieati did wear robes
t '?auae the) *e. e
uonarie*.
Mj advice to Mr. 1 i at he
..-...- ..... ____ r
to the Kabbi.
l:\BBI JONAH E. (API. W
Skj Lak- By n.iL'Ocrue
UBfflUI TV lmi,h M.n.IUn:
T
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to the -
V th : 11
politicians an I
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: an I
L.SS.R. The> even ao so
far a* 1 '.an their loya!t> I j-
ward *.- of this
ing J -;:: .- -
.- en
n is no'
new Dtn ing the Nazi
.'.h-n Jewish I arters at'.-rr.pt--d to
intervene with the Roosevelt id-
min behalf of the Jewr
d in 'rh.- extermh
Saturday I- Named UCP Walkathon Day
ar.
Th. waikath r
tlv jandshcii ir. E
Part a.na cerct a 31
rth or -
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rter th name ; Time ir.avazin.- a-ti :e pn I
a nely, that h-re were bigei
:. : to 'Seal with than juct the
I h problem, ani that in th"
rreat i tanw of tMngs. the lew-
i-h L- .-. i ': also be resol
Thr is | licy /. ex-
then was the
murd d of thr- Jewish
-/:. Th r.'ect of
;ime is
vti : ". I oi dare not
pnt with tl tie
For thi- time cottec
'-alf of th<' remainincr world Jew-
.-ii comrn m tj is at stake be-
tw< en Russia and Israel.
The spiritual an ardy of the Jews in these two loca-
tkms i- weU-doeumentad. even by
As a jo'Jrnaii*t. Mr. Schoenbrun
: back^ro'ind in reporting on na-
t.onal and international affair*.
He ha won numerou* awaads for
hi- writing and obs"i".'ation. cov-
eringn ore t".;-r, 20 years of
"nee in watching nations and r.a-
tional
Th" Public Affain Committee
ha.= l>een extremely active in thi
years ;xv.itical stage. It provided
^.n onoortunity for all ran:,
in Florida- presidential primary
to meet th community in dialogue:
six Democratic candidates accept-
ed th" invitation. It a'so hosted
open forums with candidates for
th<- v. cent Metro mayoral and
state'- prosecuting attorney elec-
The procram Saturday is op--n
to the public. There will be no
Time magazine. In the 8"opli Thej had the authority to Sadat of Egypt expresses the in-
. arantine the contagiously sick, evitability of war a:-a:nst IsraeL charae for seating mHlllers aiidU
evib erformed the rellg- The Rus-ian attitude is as evident U)r:m^ Additional information is
ervices of the Temple. The .ind as virulent.
Rabbi however, was never a re- Astonishingly. Time doesn't see
functionary of the Jewish the human bonds of these senators
His presence was not even of good will, whether Jew or other-
r available through either Hillel
Foundation or the YM-YWHA.
If youre rich
and beautiful,
why aren't we
having an affair?
Ralthi (Japlan Elected
Alumni Vice President
Rabbi Jor.ah Caplan of No-th
1 Miami Beach has been elected
I Southeastern regional vice presi-
| dent ot the alumni association of
the Rabbi baae Eichanan The-
ological Seminary of New V ii k
Rabbi Caplan. spiritual luade:
of Sky Lake Congregation, joins
national officers headed by Rabbi
Max I loch of the Concourse. Bronx.
NY president. The seminary is
a division of Yoshlva Unhrersit)
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Four years ago, many of us
never dreamed we'd be supporting
President Nixon in 1972.
Two things have happened. The Democrats have nominated George McGovern for Presidenta man who deeply
worries us. And President Nixon, since assuming office, has pleasantly surprised and impressed us witli his performance.
We like his open-door policy to China... his determination to maintain a militarily strong America, especially in such
troubled areas as the Mideast...his program of aid to Israel (more than all previous Presidents combined).. .his strong
opposition to a quota system in any shape, manner or form...and much, much more.
Because we like what President Nixon has doneand are disturbed by what Senator McGovern proposes to do we
have formed the Concerned Citizens for the Re-election of the President. Many of our members are either Democrats
or Independents. Consider what a few have to say:
"For nil of ivy adult life I have been an enrolled Democrat anil have consistently voted
for the candidates of the Democratic party. This year I feel committed as an
American and a Jew to assist in the re-election of President Richard Nixon.
"After my recent meeting with th. President, I am more convinced than ever that he
alone otters the best hope for a continued constructive relationship with the Soviet
Union thai all Americans applaud. I'urthermore, the President's fulfillment of his
promises of support for Israel leads mc to believe that he is a man to be trusted by all of
us. I know President Nixon ispersonally dealing with the Soviet leaders toefl'cct an
end to the onerous exit tax placed on Jew ish emigrants and I believe that he will be
successful. As an American and as a Jew, I wholeheartedly support the President's
re-election."
bkl H.n.h.l 5th. Ir.j.K.N.t. -
"Even though I am a registered Democrat, T feel the only honest thing that I can do is to
put my home and my country before my political party.
"As a Jew with a lifciimc background of proven work for my people wherever they are,
I cannot forget for one moment how much good President Nixon has done for our
people and the people of the State of Israel. His most recent show of courage was the
veto the United States cast against the Arab motion to censure Israel in the Security
Council of the United Nations.
"I pledge my support to help re-elect President Nixon. No one has ever deserved it
more.
lotrl. oyor,
IM Ar..l.i, CoWor>m
"Although a lifelong Democrat, I now support the re-election of President Nixon. The
President's philosophy of government calls for constructive change without
endangering our basic institutions; progress without disruption and a pursuit of
justice which recognizes the freedom of all. The record of the present Administration
in establishing meaningful contacts with the superpowers, Russia and China, had
immcasurablv increased the possibilities for a period of peaceful coexistence. The
record of his Administration in extending military and economic aid to Israel has
been outstanding-$ 1.2 billion-surpassing the record of all previous administrations
combined.
'Because of this Administration's successful record in foreign policy, especially in the
Middle East, its achievements on the domestic front, and ils prospects for molding
a strong and vibrant society, 1 urge that President Nixon be re-elected.'.
H.bbi Seymour Sloflol,
N. w York, Now York
"I've had the pleasure orhiecting recently with President Richard Nixon as 1 have on
other important occasions. In addition to the President, I have also met with many
other members of his Administration. 1 have found the President readilj accessible
and sympathetic to our views on Israel and Soviet Jewry just to mention two
important issues. 1 have found implicit faith in him; 1 trust him completely. He has
been a man of his w ord and 1 will do everything in my power to re-elect him."
Dr. William A. Wonlor,
Savannah, Gsorgia
"As a lifelong Democrat, lam very happy to endorse the re-election of President
Nixon. His achievements in domestic and foreign affairs make him one of the greatest
Presidents in the history of our country. He is a recognized w orld leader w ho has
contributed greatly to detente in the world.
"The President told me recently of his abidinycommitment to Israel and stated he
would never impose a settlement on Israel." smuoi mtWUm
Poorlo, IHIn.li
"My name is David Luchins. T am a young Democrat, 24 years old. During the seven
months of the Democratic primaries I served on Senator Hubert Humphrey s
National Campaign staff as coordinator of his effort in the Jewish community.
'Many of the young people who worked with me for Humphrey's nomination arc now
supporting the President's re-election. As Americans, as Democrats, or as Jews, we
cannot support the candidacy of Senator George McGovern.
"When I attended the Democratic National Convention, I saw for myself that
delegates were selected on a quota basis. I believe this is profoundly un-American.
President Nixon has declared himself against quotas of all kinds and has taken
effective steps to prevent the imposition of quotas in government and private industry.
David luchlnt,
Albany Now York
The Concerned Citizens campaign needs your support We urge you to join with us in pledging your support and Noting
for the re-election of President Nixon.
Concerned Citizens for the Re-election of the President.
Murray Alman
Dr. Seymour Alterman
Mrs. David Berg
Mrs. Be a Bernstein
Norman Bra man
Mrs. Norman Ciment
Herbert Diamond
GereW Falick
Jack Games
Abe Goldman
Melvin Greenberg
Eugene Hyman
Mortimer May
Arthur Meltzer
Albert Morrison, Jr.
Lawrence C. Porter
Robert Russell
Sanford Rywell
Herbert Lee Simon
NedYaffe
Chairman,
Max Fisher-Detroit, Michigan
Co-Chairmen,
Samuel RothbergPcoria. Illinois
Dr. Wm. WexlerSavannah, Georgia
Samuel Hausman-Ncw York, New York
Vice-Chairmen,
Joseph Mcycrhoff-Bultimorc, Maryland
Louis BoyarLos Angeles, California
Albert Spiegel-Los Angeles, California
Taft Schrciber-Los Angeles, California
Jay Pritzker-Chicago, Illinois
Albert Adclman-Milwaukcc, Wisconsin
Rabbi Herschel Schacter-Bronx, N. Y.
Leonard Goldfinc-Philadclphia, Penn3.
DavidLitwinNewark,New Jersey
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rJenisHhrktian
Friday, October 27
1972
Sidney Bolotin Named Cochairman of Board
Consultations On Programming Set
Histadrut To Honor Gabriel Kahn
At Annual Dinner Here Dec. 23
A testimonial dinner to Gabriel
Kahn. Miami Beach civic and re-
ligious leader, on his 90Lb birth-
SIDMir BOL0TIM
day Dec 3 at the Fontainbleau
Hotel will highlight this year's
Israel Histadrut Campaign hi
Greater Miami.
Announcement of the tribute to
Mr. Kahn. who has contributed
more than $73,000 to the people
of Israel through the Histadrut.
was made this week by Samuel
Feinstein. president, and Moe
Levin, chairman of the board of ,
the Israel Histadrut Council of
South Florida.
Mr. Levin also announced the ,
election of Sidney Bolotin of Surf-
side, a national leader of the
Imd Histadrut Foundation and .
of State of Israel Bonds, as co- i
chairman of the board of the
South Florida organization.
Mr. Bolotin and his wife. Lillian,
hove been among the nation's >
largest donors to the Israel His-
tadrut Foundation, and the Sidney j
and Lillian Bolotin Medical Center I
in Beersheba, Israel, is named in
their honor.
This year's campaign part of I
a nationwide effort to raise $5'
million for the health, educa-
tional and welfare programs of the
Histadrut in Israelwas launched
successfully last week during the
visit here of Yehoshua Lew. trea-
surer of Histadrut in Israel and
| head of the organization's Amer-
ican desk for more than a decade.
Mr. and Mrs. Moe Levin hosted
a pacesetters' dinner and cocktail
reception at their home, which was
fotowed by a welcome brunch for
Mr. Levy sponsored by the His-
tadrut Council's board of directors
at the F'.ntainebleau Hotel.
More than $106,000 was raised
at the two affairs, representing a
r cent increase over last year.
according to Mr. Levin. He said
all organisations within the Labor
'.'.. as in
the community at iaree would join
in the most intensive carnoaign in
Histadrut history in Florida.
Mr. Levy told the board mem-
bers that Histadrut's role in set-
tling the record numbers of im-
migrants arriving in Israel this
year "is one of the most significant
in the Jewish state. The primary
tf>sk of finding housing and jobs
and medical care for the Russian
Jews and other immigrants is
shared by the Government and the
Histadrut. which continues to play
its pioneering role in the develop-
ment of Israel."
Mr. Levin lauded the role of
Mr. Feinstein. council treasurer
Morris Newmark. Mr. Bolotin and
other officers of the Histadrut in
South Florida in starting the 1972
campaign off with such a success-
ful effort.
The Tier. 3 dinner honnrine Mr.
Programming to celebrate Is-
rael's 25th anniversary' during the
entire 1973 calendar year will be
the subject of two group consul-.
tations to be sponsored by the
National Jewish Welfare Board
iJ\VB> one for Eastern com-
munities and another for those in
the Western part of the United
States.
5'naj, Brith. wfll be ajfcaior at> Tj,e conferences are deigned to
ivity saT-tlnTtVStatrof IsraeTs provide professional Jewish Com-
Kahn. whose son Benjaiyin is na- '
tk r.a; executive vice president of
B
tivit
25th anniversary of independence.
Bernard Jacobson. national ex-
ecutive director of Histadrut. who
accompanied Mr. Levy to South
Florida, said the meeting hosted
by Mr. and Mrs. Levin 'set the
tone of achievement which will
enable this community to maintain
i:s role as one of the foremost
in the I'nited States in support
>: the land and people of Israel."
munity Center workers who a*.
minister programs and lav :ea-ier.
active in planning Center pro.
grams with ideas and approaches
to substantive program-ing w-m,
Israel as the dominant th*me
The consultation in the East win
be held next week at the YM
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+Jewish ncrMknn
Paae 9-A
McGovern for President
- Some Reasons Why
We'd like to tell >'0U why we are supporting (Jcorge Mc-
(iovern for the Presidency -f the United states.
As Americans and as Jews, we are concerned with all
the issues in the pint ion.
For Peace, Jobs, Freedom
Thrro is thr issue of pracr in Vietnam. Under Richard
Nixon. 20.0W more Americans have died in Indochina The
billions that should have pone into housing, hospitals, and
schools, into cleaning the air and water, have gone instead
to make a nibble out of Indochina.
There is the issue of t-rimo in our streets. Under
Richard Nixon, violent crime is up 33%. Drug addiction,
the root cause of many crimes, has doubled in the past
three years.
There is the issue of inflation and unemployment. Un-
der Richard Nixon, food prices are up 17%. medical care
21%. housing 21%. clothing 12%, Unemployment is up
60%from 3 million to over 5 million.
There is the issue of education: Richard Nixon vetoed
aid-to-education bill three times in two years, calling such
programs "the kind of big spending that is wrong for all
the American people."
There Is the issue of the Supreme Court. Under
Richard Nixon, nominations to the high court-the great
protector of our libertiesare conspicuous by their lack of
a Brandeis. Cardozo. Holmes. Frankfurter or Warren.
There is the issue of Soviet Jewry. Richard Nixon has
never spoken out publicly on the plight of the USSR's 3
million Jews. At a time of crisis for Soviet Jewry, he is
proposing to grant the Kremlin most-favored-nahon status
in its trade dealings with our country.
George McGovern has helped lead the Senate fight for
funds and political support in behalf of Soviet Jews since
1963. He has condemned the huge ransom charges imposed
by the Soviet Union on Jews seeking to emigrate and
called on the President to withhold trade concessions to
the USSR until the Soviets abandon their slavc-tax-and
cease their arming of Arab terrorists.
McGovern and Nixon
on Israel-A Comparison
Israel has become an issue in this campaignand we
deplore this fact As Senator McGovern has stated:
"Americans of all political beliefs support the people of
Israel in their struggle to build a life of dignity and security
for themselves and their children. I would therefore urge
my Republican opponent to place these concerns above
partisanship in the 1972 campaign. The security of the
Stateof Israel is not a partisan issue."
But the issue has been raised, and it is necessary to put
it to rest. Here are the facts:
1) As President. Richard Nixon placed a moratorium
on the delivery of desperately needed Phantom jets to
Israel. Onlv after an enormous Soviet military build-up in
Egypt did lie lift this ban early in 1972an election year.
Local Sponsors
Myron A. Bcreiin
Cantor Jacob Barnstein
Leon H. Cohon
Rabbi Jonah Caplan
Edward Cohen
Jock Courshon
George Firestone
David Fleeman
Max Friedson
Milton Cayner
Richarl Gerstlin
Jack Gordon
Gerald Greene
Marshall Harris
Sylvan Holtiman
Raymond Lewis
Minna I Fred lighte
Harriet Margulis
Bernard Mandler
Martha & Stanley Myers
Rabbi Jo:cph R. N.irot
Helcne J. Narot
Sam Rabin
Rabbi Stanley Ringler
Dennis Russ
Howard Scharlin
Alon Schwartz
Gerald K. Schwartz
Rabbi Sanford Sbapero
Joyce Sumberg
Rabbi Barry Tabachnikoff
Louis Touby
Reva Wexkr
As Senator. George McGovern played a key role in
Congressional efforts to reverse Nixon's arms ban against
Israel. He condemned "the Administration's decision to
withhold the sale of the jets Israel has requested" and
urged the President to sell Israel Phantom jets "without
further delay."
2) Richard Nixon's Secretary of State. William
Rogers, has called for Israeli withdrawal from virtually all
the occupied areas. The "Rogers Plan" also proposes joint
Israel-Jordanian rule of Jerusalem and gives Arab
refugees the right to choose between repatriation in Israel
or resettlement elsewhere. As Secretary Rogers an-
nounced at a Washington news conference on August 11,
1972. this plan remains U.S. policy in the Middle East.
Senator McGovern has publicly opposed every feature
of the Rogers Plan. He has fought all pressure upon Israel
to withdraw prematurely and unconditionally." He has in-
sisted lhat "there can be no peace until the Arab slates
agree to new and recognized boundary lines capable of
deterring any further aggression." He has urged lhat
Jerusalem "remain unified under Israeli administration."
And he has declared: "Israel was created as a Jewish
state. As a result, it cannot accept a large hostile
population in its midst."
3i Richard Nixon's Ambassadors to the United
Nations joined the Arab-Soviet bloc five times in voting to
censure Israel for rebuffing Arab territories and for
rebuilding a unified Jerusalem. On five other UN. votes
condemning Israel, the best the U.S. could do was abstain.
Only after the tragedy at the Olympic Games in Munich
did our Ambassadorfor the first timeinvoke the veto in
support of Israel.
Senator McGovern has called on the U.S. to "support
Israel's basic peace proposals in the arenas of diplomacy,
including the U.N." He has urged that the U.S. sale of
weapons to Israel "should not be made contingent on
American diplomatic demands." And he has charged
Egypt and Lebanon with sharing responsibility for the
tragedy at the Olympic games in Munich, declaring that
the world community must "ostracize and punish" any
nation that gives haven to Arab terrorists.
4* The Nixon Administration has repeatedly sought to
tie American aid to Israel with appropriations for Viet-
nam.
Senator McGovern has consistently distinguished be-
tween the evil war in Indochina and the just cause of
' Israel. Warning against the growth of isolationism, he has
declared: "We cannot permit our revulsion against the
war in Indochina to distort our judgment about America's
responsibilities elsewhere in the world."
Our Country Needs
George McGovern
To confront all these issues, our country needs the
leadership of George McGovern. We trust him for his open-
ness and candor. We admire him for his courage and deter-
mination. And we will vote for him because he has been
rightright about the things that matter most to all of us.
We do not believe there is a monolithic "Jewish vote."
Traditionally, however, most Jews have voted for can-
didates and parties that represented not special privilege
but all the people. They have been on the side of those who
chose life, who pursued justice, who followed the path of
peace.
Senator George McGovern is that kind of man. We
urge you to join us in helping to elect him the next
President of the United States.
Roberta Abrams
Manhasset. NY-
Albert E. Arent
Washington. DC.
Theodore Bikel
Georgetown. Conn.
Isadore Breslau
Washington. DC.
Rabbi Balfour Brickner
New York. NY.
I.eona Chanin
New York. NY.
Simon Chilewich
Scarsdale. N Y
Jerome D. Cohen
Brooklvn. N.Y.
Rabbi Maurice Eisendrath
New York. N.Y.
Irving M. Engel
New York. NY.
Leonard Fein
Cambridge. Mass.
Rabbi Roland G. Gittelsohn
Boston. Mass
Rabbi Joseph Glaser
New York, N.Y.
Dr. William llaher
Ann Arbor. Mich.
Rabbi Harry Halpern
Brooklvn. N.Y.
Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel
New York. NY
Ira Hirschmann
New York. N Y
Rabbi I. Usher Kirshblum
Kew Gardens Hills. N.Y.
Rabbi Arthur J. Lelyveld
Cleveland. Ohio
Abner Levine
Lawrence. N.Y.
Jacqueline Levine
W. Orange. N.J.
Morris Levinson
New York. N.Y.
Nor ma Levitt
Great Neck. N.Y.
Philip M. Klutznick
Chicago, III.
Stanley II. Lowell
New York. NY.
Bess Myerson
New York. NY.
Ruth Gruber Michaels
New York. NY
Rabbi Alan Miller
New York. NY.
Edward Moldover
New York. N.Y.
Robert Nathan
Washington. DC.
Rabbi Max Nussbaum
Hollywood. Calif.
Leo Pfeffer
New York, N.Y.
Rabbi Ely E. Pilchik
West Orange. N.J.
Rabbi Leib Pinter
Brooklvn, N.Y.
Allen Pollock
New York. N.Y.
Rabbi Joachim Prinz
Orange. N.J.
Martin Salowitz
New York, N.Y.
Howard J.Samuels
New York. N.Y.
Dore Schary
New York. N.Y.
Rabbi Alexander M. Schindler
New York. N.Y.
Rabbi Bernard Segal
New York. NY
Charles E. Silberman
Mt Vernon. N Y.
Theodore H.Silbert
New York. N.Y.
Elaine K.Siris
Rye, N.Y.
Virginia Snitow
Scarsdale, N.Y.
Howard M. Squadron
New York. NY
Herbert Tenzer
Lawrence. N.Y.
Isaac Toubin
New York. N.Y.
Albert Vorspan
Hewlett. N.Y.
Lewis Weinstein
Boston. Mass.
Sidney Weinstein
W.Orange, N.J.
(The men and women who have signed this statement are all act.ve leaders in Jewish life.
.Their organizational affiliations have been omitted because they have signed this statement
out of personal conviction, as individuals, in support of Senator George McGovern.)
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Reverence For Life
B) DR. KHiF.VK I.ABOVIT7.
T-ni|il Ner TimM
Th""*** riftursJ *--ign,Ti"nt
etm tof ''
"Stretch not
your hands to-
the. la-1 "
"Let us mak"
th ind-
.-i <',-'. -
tin
pty void. What-
ever that may
> an. To
A-t-.'im 'lid He
'Teak an'l for
'I'-i-ianco
in
men?. hU glory, his womler.
The A.p-i. or-'ans and pianets
Hjar.1 rr.-Ur in therm-elves. They
know nor of ItVmeiues. neither
lo they ear<- about Othi :.-. Not M
man. Puny a- he appears, ho i->
day
Ocl
K> RABBI DR. SAMIEI. i. FOX
Why Is it that manv pioin
J-. do not wear a Talith rf[-
nl:irl> before they are married?
This is traced back to the Tal-
rOduthin, 29A' where it it
written that one who is not mar-
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CANDLELIGHTING time
19 HESHVAN 6:21
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Irooei loaevifi
-!: i He call
Ihal historical mammal-
man in Mi* own knaajr?
He ipokp I beheve, to potential
rran. as ftr> h matter t', fashion it art<-r Hie
Ukenea*: I wit) end w you wtth
the ejftl of -.-If, with a waking
inteiU fence, with .-in oxperktieine
consciousneM, with an indivilun!
i nix] BOOL Hot votir task is
to fulfill that notential lf within
|i ., :. fiit re V-if hood, eon-
'..'. unfoM n" ajui developmc
to full I'.-i'i/.-ition.
1 ''irr-.-iii !; g <......<-;,. |,,
be the creation of a r 'Jl-bknvn dot-
feel modi icu'ate .->t1 flaw
k Foi i '' ii- the 'i-i. -v-it
of ell ft G-d'e miracle' th~
primacy of selfhood i- an achieve-
: It, r-;ui ..vriMcr an'l rrnHy-
tion. Th'- miracle is man. a small
heap of Ii iej, t*a*uef, entf
/'and- and some gray mat-
ter called brain.
Hut what inarln Ihe cftarga
the Impulse* thai flow into our
nerve* to I If in ot the Kwa**e-
n.-, i,' our conselousiess, "i re--
omectioes of our memoricf the
en>* of our emotions?
You seek answers, refine d0*il-
the o .> en ation with a limitless r(ed ^ ^ navp to ^ hmw,,f
'"," ^^ ilh a TaLth.
be unveiled in a selfhood of ^^ traw, this to a Bjblica|
onginal form, u:-.predictable and VMrrp exl)laimng that jn one |l|are
"" lble- in the Bible the commandment to
Let uj make man." I can ex- makc fringei Tzitzith G'dilimi
I can create my- uemi to bo next to a reference!
-' to marriage.
I :>s far a< I know, I alone. ( Basically, even a bachelor is re-
among other creatures, am witneai quired by tradition to at least
to the creator*! Imperial maj,sty' v.ear a four-cornered undergar-
ar.d splendid imrm-n-ity I am cen-1 ment to which the Tzit/ith are j
tral in creation, for I am testimony j attached. Thus, he fulfills the Bib-
to the rsoocnttion of my intelli-: Ucal commandment to attach
nee. G-d needs me e\en as I Tzitzith to a four-cornered gar-
need O-d. ment.
I am man because of myself, The Talith. therefore, is an ail-
but I am more than what I am, I ditional garment besldei the un-1
Ik- a>w I have a selfhood awaiting dergarment. Apparently, wearing
my development in being the Crea- j the outer Talith indicates matur-
tor'i creator at work. affh*ming|ity in one'* development.
myself in the "tober certainty of i The occasion of being married,
balking bliss." jor a* least having been maiTied,
Doni touch the child. He is was considered such a desirable:
iu-t a little lower than the angels." ,,a,c lhat wearing the outer Talis
may have been considered a status
() mbol. Thus a bachelor was ex- .
I cused from this requirement.
Actually, this is considered to
j be the reason why the bride tra-
ditionallv gives the groom a gift .
| of a Talith for the wedding.
Why is It that one onlv wears
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Talith in the morning and not
at night?
The Bible speaks of the fringes
of a Talith as being something to
see and to use as a reminder
(Numbers 15:39). During daytime
objects are visible; during night-
time things are generally less
visible
because of the darkness.
liea -n North -M ami < Hv Hall, (it> c__ ,U; .<____lL. .
Ni: 125th St.. North Miami; Cora. %S^^^J^ *?
Cables Citv Hall, 401 Biltmore
Way, Cor.il Gables; Wteteah Adult
Community Center. 20 w.
Htaleah; Dad" Countv Citizen's In-1
fion.- ;<<' ((."e at last to ilt-'i-
the i"''ef;-.b1 -rrl to i xoi-"" t'"'1 fomiHtion Cent-r,
Inevnlainable in a word; MIRA-,^- Nonh Miami Beach, and
CLE Sooth Dad* fJovernment Center.
That enthrafllmt a-ff is &tfa MflaliWaafcIt
creation ane? eredrl shnidd be jnVeti Hours for all locat;ons are 9
to Him a'one. But the unfoldin" a.m. to 5 p.m.. except Friday eve-
Ol a creative coic-iotis selfhood j njnA, when offices will be open
is man's wnrfc; this i- h:s achieve- to 9 o.m.
Tzitzith. or a Talith. does not
have to be worn at night (Mena-
coth 43:A).
It is interesting to note that
1861 NK l7th i ,nere arc a number of command-
ments involving practices which i
are not required at night (K. G.
Tefilini. Kvidently, certain prac-
tices which serve as direct re-
minders for the immediate pres-
ence of God are not observed at a
time when they cannot be clearly
seen under all circumstances, i.e.,
at night.
.
SYNOPSIS Of THf WUKLY 10KAH PORTION
Vayaroh
"And
Mamie .
the
unto him by The Terebinths
i ird appeared
(Chairters is-22i
DESTRUCTION OF SODOM AND GOMORRAH Abra-
'.i- told b\ God ol hk intention to destroy the wicked cities
ol Sodom end Gomorrah. The patriach pleaded that the righteous
should not !* destroyed with the wicked, and obtained Cod's
promise to pardon the truilty cities ii at least 10 righteous men
Could le found. Two of the messengers arrived at Sodom and
accepted Lot' Invitation to stay In Ms house, but the men of the
city were -o depraved that they tr-ed to molest God's tneasen-
gen and were smitten with blindness. Lot and his family es-
caped to the nearby city oi /oar, and Sodom and Oomorrah were
utterly destroyed by fire and brimstone, but I-ot's wife lingered
and. overtaken by the lava, turned into a 'pillar of salt.' Lot
subsequently left Zoar and dwell in a cave for safety.
ISAAC During Abraham's stay in Beersheba, Sarah gave
birth to a ion, who was named Isaac. At the celebration held
When Isaac was weaned, Sarah, noticing Ishmael's derisive be-
ha\ lor, urged Abraham to send Hngar and her son away. Al-
though grieved, Abraham amded to her request, for God had
told him that Uhmaftl, too, would be the ancestor of a mighty
nation. Ragar and her -on wandered about In the wilderness of
Beenheba and were almost dying of thirst when she was shown
a well of wiiter Assured by (iod of her son's future, she made
bay home in the desert;. Ishmael grew tip. became an archer, and
lived in 11k1 wilderness of Paran, where h- married an Kgyptian
woman.
TIIK AKEDAH The greatest test was yet to come. Abra-
hnm was bidden by God to sacrifice Isaac as a birnt offering on
one of t'r motmtnlns In the land of Moriah. H' did not falter,
made all tlte neeessary preparation-, and brought his son to the
place appointed by God Wlien he was about to slay his son.
the Divir.e voke told him to d<~lst. since all that God desired
was proof of his willingne-s to obi y. A stray rain was offered
\:\i Instead of laaae, awl God. praising Abraham, promised that
his seed would be blessed.
Rabbi Kubel New
Spiritual Leader
At Beth Tov
Rabbi Charles Rubel, new sptrtt-
ual leader of Temple Beth Tov
will conduct hi; first Bar Mitzvah
at the temnle during Frilay eve-
ning and Saturday morning serv-
ices this weekend.
A native New Yorker Rnhh;
Rube] earned a degree flt City Col-
lege there, was ordained with a
master of Hebrew literature de-
cree and awarded on honorary
D.D. degree from the Jewish The-
ological Seminary of America.
Rabbi Rubel served several syn-
agogues in Brooklyn and Nevv-
burgh. NY., and also gave lee.
tares at the Theological School of
Mercer University in Maron. Ga.
Among civic clubs, he belongs
to the Khvards and the Knights of
J^dhias. He is a member of the
New York Board of Rabbis and a
former member of the executive
council of the Rabbinical O-gani-
zatton of Conservative Rabbis.
Rabbi and Mrs. Rubel have two
daughters; both live in New York.
OF Appoints Ztff, Young
Veteran CJF staff consultants
David Zeff and Dr. James Young
have been named director of Com-
munity Planning and director of
Intermediate Cities Services, re-
spectively, for the Council of Jew-
ish Federations and Welfare
Funds, Philip Bernstein, CJF exec-
utive vice president has announced.
miAmt
A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA.
TION. 995 SW 67tti Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
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ANSHE EMES 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cntor Sol Pakowitz
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BETH AM (Temple). 5950 N. Kendall
Or. S Miami. Reform. Rabb Her-
bert Baumgard 3
Kri'l.iv >::" ii m Rabhl Barry Alt-
man "ill !"': on die theme Magic
\ ): Union."
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BETH DAVIO. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Coneervative. Rabbi Irving A. Wein-
gard. Cantor William W. Lipaon. 4
l-"rl'!.i> 7 :" ] tn familv I rh I St
RAnth Dade rondurted by Rabhl
Ijuidnninn; :< (main anrtuarj i,
nerrire conducted bj Rabbi \v.in-
jrnri. Bcrmon toptei "Th- People <(
Hi. nook Saturday a ni
ancillary) liar Mltsvah: William, ton
of Mr. and Mrs IVrrj" Altfi'l'l
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BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi H. Rothman. 5
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BETH KODESH, 1101 SW 1?th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Sha-
piro. Cantor Leon Segal. 6
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BETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th
St. Contervative. Rabbi Charlea
Rubel. Cantor Seymour Hmkn 8
Prlday I:1S p m aervlcei* cotidneted
b) Rabbi Charlea Rubel Batarday '
am liar Mltsvah: Adam, son .f
Mr. and Mr- Adam ESIbaum.
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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. Rabhi Paul J.
Bender. Cantor Nathan Parnaea. 11
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OR OLOM (Temple). 8755 SW 16th
St. Conerv?.ove. Cantor Yehouda
Binyanun. 13
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein. 14
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TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 51 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na-
than Zotondek. 15
ZION (Temple). 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
tervative. Rabbi Norman Shapiro.
Cantor Errol HeHman. IS
Friday 8:19 p.m. Hut Mltzvah: .Mar-
ria, daughl'-r of Mr. and Mis Robejrt
Nussman. SanBOfJ topic: 'KikIs and
M< ans Saturday P m. liar Mitz-
vah: Jordan, non of Mr. and Mrs
Hud'dph Garbar. Barmon topic: "s-J-
rah of the Weak."
N0*rft MM Ml
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. 222S
NE 121st St. Conservative. Rabbi
Joeeph Gorfmkel. Cantor Ben Zion
Kirschenbaum. 35
mum SfACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sheldon M. Ever.
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro. 18
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BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Svnr.
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches 19
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BETH RAPHAEL (Temple). 1545 Jef.
ferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
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BETH SHOLOM (Temple). 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser. 21
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Be- ta c
thodox. Rabb, Ph.nea, vve_u
Cantor Leo Rad.n "*-*
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CESTCO .
Co.lin, Ave. Rabb. Sa. s,I. '
CONGREGATION Vtz'cha.v J
44 Washington Ave. Ractn Ar,2J
Groner. "'*
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JCunJ
CENTER. 1720 79th tW CJ
live Rabb, Marvm GciC.cn '
Murray Yavneh. .?
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ACUDAS ACHIM NUSACs, tET,J
CONGREGATION. 707 5th St 21
ami Beach. Orthodox a,ct '
decai Chaimovits
NOtTH mUJU BfACH
ADATH YESHURUN iTeitiBlei
NE M.am. Garden, D. Coneenia,
tive. Rabbi Milton Schllnakt -..5
tor Reuvan Eckhaus ^J
BETH. TPRAH- 10*' N Miami leajarj
Blvd. Conservative. Race, Me, u|
schiti. Cantor Jacob B V-nOe n ul T '
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BNAI RAPHAEL 1401 NW 18-) til PA
Conservative. Rabo. Victor D| Bit -
Zwellmg. Cantor Jack Lerner.
SINAI (Temple). o( NORTH DAn
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Re'orm. Ra6
Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor irvu
Shulkes.
Friday 1:15 p.m DittM spcaket -_bt.ii
Kmaiiu-I Bchenk, tkUttrda) 10:3
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SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 Nil
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabti Jor in t|
Caplan. I
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YOUNG ISRAEL OF CREATES Ml.l
AMI. 990 NE 171st St Orfoao,,]
Rabbi Zalman Kossowk .
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CORaI QABUi
JUDEA (Temple). 55O0 G-anaoj aivd.
Reform. Rabbi Morris K.pper 40
Pi Iday k :" p m Mrm> i i
bath Bride Baturday r
Mltsvah: Vlckl, daushter I > md
Mrs .Marvin Pearlman.
a iv
America"
ran i -
1 an -v
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Hthoui
ack :-. 11
fallace'j
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Jtforr: >
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ZAMORA (Temple). 44 Zs-iors
Conservative. Rabbi Vaxwe
Berger. Cantor P. Hillti Bru"
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodex. Rabb, David Lehrf.rld.
Canter Abraham Serf. f7
MENORAH (Temple). 20 75tn St.
Conservative. Rabei Mayer Abrim-
ewit. Cantor Nloo FsMmtn. 28
Friday IrtB p.m. wnwn topic: "Syna-
Kosnic HpollK Sunlval." Saturday S
a.m.. Bar Mltzvah: Gary, wn of Mr,
and Mrs. 11. ,.,.: .\|, ,.
NER TAMID (Temle). SOth St. and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Sd.
ward Klein. 29
^ve.
A.
iner.
41
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
sky. 22
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA.
TION. 843 Meridian Ave. 22-A

CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaiq. 23
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CUBAN SEPHARDIC HEBREW CON.
GREGATION. 715 Washington Ave.,
Rabbi Meir Masi.ah Melamed. 23-A
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EMANU-EL (Temple). 1701 Washing,
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving ,
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler, 24
----.-----
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pine Tree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross. 25
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CONG. AN-NELL (Branch of Hebrew
Academy). 7th St. and Meridian
Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Ben-
H.llel. 2J.A
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1632 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibar M. Stern.
Canter Meyer Engel. 26
SUKfSIM
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGA"ON.
9348 Harding Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Isaac D. Vine. 50
fOKT LAUDtKDAlt
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 7100 W.
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi v
Brilliant. Cantor Maur.ce Neu. 42
EMANU-EL. S245 W. Oakland Park
Blvd. (Reform), Rabbi Arthur J.
Abrams. Cantor Jerome K'ement. 43
pomrAHO sfaCM
SHOLOM (Temple). 132 SE 11th Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. Skop.
Cantor Jacob J. Renter.
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER 6101
NW 9th St.
HALLANDAU
HALLANOALE JEWISH CENTER
(Conservative). 416 NE 8th Ave.
Rabbi Harry E. Schwartz. Cantor
Jacob Daniiaer.
Prlday B:lfi p.m.. si-rm'-r. -;>;<: "i,,-t
Is Not HHlnoulsli Hope Saturday
8 am Rabbi Schwartz will interpret
thi- scriptural leaaoii '-f th -k.
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (Temple). 1351 S. 14th Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. 45
Prlday 8:13 p.m. eermon topic: "Th--
Pillar .f Salt: A Parabli iv.r Our
Uvea." Saturday 11 air '-..t Mltz-
vah: .lulir. dnuRhtrr at Mr and Mis.
Henry \\>lsn.
BETH SHALOM (Temple! 1728 Mon-
roe St. Contervative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Irving Gold. 46
------a------
SINAI (Temple). 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
Cantor Yehuda Heilb'aur.. 47
-----a-----
TEMPLE BETH AHM. Conservative.
310 S.W. 62nd Avenue. Hollywood.
Rabbi Salomon Benerroch.
-------a-------
TEMPLE SOLEL (Libers') 5001
Thomas Street, Hollywced. Rabbi
Robert Frazin.
Prlday x p.m. (nt Bhertdan Hills Ele-
mentary School), sermon topic: "Brid-
e-el Love* iioriiie win :t Laatf"
followed by Unes Shabbal -P' ored
by sisti-ihoml.
------a-----
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (Temple). 6920 SW 35th St.
Contervative. Rabbi Avrem Drazin.
Cantor Abraham Kotter. 48
Community Singers Social
The Miami Beach Community
Singers will hold their monthly
social at 8 p.m. Saturday in the
Washington Federal Auditorium,
1231 Washington Ave., Miami
Beach. The public is invited to join
the singers and their many friends
in the dancing, singaiongs and
refreshments.
Beth David Art Show
The Ruth Hodes exhibit of paint-
ings and drawing! in the Fine Arts
Gallery of Both David will precede
ti-.n s-'O p.rn. open meeting Sun-
day, Nov. 12.
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ABILKNE, Tex. While waiting for Kissinpci-Godot, in
,,,,. i ,:,. ol further news ahout the sustained round of secret
ks on ending the war, we might turn to the larger
,.in. the Nixon-Kissinger diplomacy of which it is part.
I,,.; ,i last-ditch war being waged against this "new diplo-
mat ''''' '''"' 'l'" wmcM feels that Kissinger has sold out io
\1V ,; i that Russia and China have traded their revolution-
j- .. :; iin a miss of American grain and technology.
T -inic war is being wa^od by the far right. You can
!Vll trajectory from a diehard segment of New York's Con
servat: Party (even the Buckleys dislike Mr. Nixon's great
pov, ., me v although they lump it> to some of the hard-line
ni Texas, to presidential candidate Schmitz of the
Party, who couldn't carry his congressional district in
! but is runnint,' for President of the paleoliths on the
rand proposition that a great groundswell against Nixon
an extreme liberal is preparing in America.
;: ... ih lor the lunatic fringes that add so much color and
the texture of American life. What would Amen.a be
Itbaul ivildmen, lctt and right? I sat with I!. L. Mencken,
ck in 1948, in the press section of the convention of Henry
fallace Progressive Party, after an Inimitable succession of
-,v idvocates had pleaded their kooky causes before the
(forn .'ommittei and I reeall how joyously the misanthrope
rot Baltimore greeted their antic follies.
ALTHOI'OH TEXAS WENT for Humphrey in 196S. it will
Republican on the presidency this year because of the ba_>ic
-McGovern feeling, including an over-60'; rejection of his
naiv. views. But a moderate Democrat like Barefoot Sand-
. used to work on L.B.J.'s staff, stands a good chance
; Senate against conservative Republican John Tower.
ppeaking here in an academic setting on the new diplomacy.
that opinion on the Nixon-Kissinger policies is about
.<;>!it. with greater approval aming the college young.
jfr they are puzzled at the irony of Nixon as the carrier
i-.v doctrine. The interesting fact is that Sen. Tower, al-
bard-liner on foreign policy and a critic of Mr. Nixon's
Igrermertts as being too soft on the Russians, has had to
peace about the Nixon-Kissinger foreign iwlL'ics. Such
igarles of politics.
tH'BT WHBTHEB MANY Texans have heard of Henry
a lively polities professor and former Conservative
kndidate, who storms fitfully against Kissinger on the
Be of the New York Times, most recently for having
Richard Nixon into becoming an Alger Hiss in his
leign policies. Shades of Whittaker Chambers and other
ffixon mentors! But I take more seriously the attack
McGovern left, mounted by David Landau's psycho-
i. "Kissinger: The Uses of Power."
rs ot Kissinger have ma of Nixon's tutor's own tutor, William Yandell
his Harvard graduate student. It happens that Elliot
kv colleagues at Harvard somewhat earlier, and lustily
kieads. He was a Southern conservative, but one who
US liberal colleagues in their ordeals with the Harvard
ition. He had done an imiwrtant book on "The Prag-
[olt in Politics," and Kissinger might have absorbed
lis teacher's antidoctrinaire belligerence. But his own
with Hitlerism had already taught him the dangers
lies and given him the tough-minded bent he has
6
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ARK PERILS IN psychobiography which I de-
Case as a study of a man's mind-psyche pattern in
[order to explain his present and predict his future,
nature enough science yetif it will ever be and
r.re a more sophisticated hand than David Landau's,
devoted and detailed research. There have been sev-
r>iographers of Mr. Nixon whose faces must have red-
hia Peking and Moscow journeys and his SALT
P iwers diplomacy, even in the Vietnamese war and
(ertalnly too risky to predict (as Landau does" that
Lck up the use of tactical nuclear weapons against
[ike it submit to the Nixon peace formula. The Ma-
MettemiCh in Kissinger has been stressed, but the
there, too.
king amalgam of qualities is an event in the history
foreign policy not to be written off in a niggardly
[was an actor ready and waiting for a role on the
)ory. Whatever Richard Nixon's faults land they are
ignore his having provided Kissinger with that role.
AJCommittee Sets
Press Conference
"The Future of the Jewish Com-
munity in America" will be the
ubieet ot a 'pre.s conference,-to
be held Fridav at 11 am. in Room
3G of the Federation Hid-., 4i"ii
Biscaync B!d.
A special panel com Istlng of Dr.
Charles R Beber, of the G'^eaf:-
Miami Chapter. Ame-i-ai Teui h
Committee. Mvron .1. Brod'e, as-
sociate executive vice presi I >nl of
the Greater Miami .!< '-h F c<-<--\-
tion, and attorney Rohert I. Sba-
piro, vice president of the <" ""'it "
Miami chapter. American Jewish
<'ommittei', will discuss the peporl
and its implications for the com
munity,
Late in 1%9. the American Jew-
ish Committee undertook an as-
sessment of probable trends and
developments that will effect the
Jewish situation both at home and
abroad in the next decade. This
report and findings of the Spe-ial
Task Force of distinguished Jew-
ish Schola*'S will be released at the
press conference.
The report reflets the chang-
ing emphasis in the concerns of
the American Jewish communitv
and raises basi issues regarding
directions, priorities and needs of
the Jewish community in the '70s
and '80s.
Local Doctors To
Present Papers At
Island Seminars
San Jose, Costa Rica, and Mon-
tego Bay. Jamaica, will be the
settings of two island seminars
featuring participants from Ce-
dars of Lebanon Hospital.
Dr. Rufus K. Broadway, direc-
tor of Postgraduate Medical Edu-
cation at Cedars, announced that
local doctors will present papers
at the Costa Rican Medical Semi-
nal- this weekend and at the Ja-
maican Medical Association Semi-
nar Nov. 3-5.
Cedars' president of the medi-
cal stall. Dr. Robert B. Katims,
will speak on hyperthyroidism: Dr.
Wayne S. Rogers on "High Risk
Pregnancy," and Dr. Ruth A. Rice-
Simons on the "Use of L-Dopa" in
treatment of Parkinson's Disease,
Others participating include Dr.
John R. RichaMson. Jr., Dr. Pedro
J. Greer, Dr. Henry G. Ring. Dr.
A. Frederick Schild. Dr. Retha
Schiess and Dr. Ernest A. Traad.
First Session Of
Discussion Series
Scheduled Nov. 2
The first sess'on of the Gi'"at
Jewish Books Discussion Scries for
the 1972-73 season will be he'd
Thursday, Nov. 2. at 2 p.m. in the
auditorium of the M:ami Beach
Public Librarv. 2l(X> Co'iins Ave.
according to Herbert Zvi Berger.
executive di,-ector of the Centra'
Agency for Jewish Education, co
sponsor of the series
Subiect of the fi-st session i
"The Philosonhv of Spinoza," with,
Dr. Louis Wolfson .is discussion1
leader. f
The Great Jewish Books pro-
gram is modeled after the Great
Books program inspired and bo-
giin by the well-kn wn philosonher.
Mortimer Ad'er. Samuel A. Reier
is founder of the Great Jewish
Books program inaugurated four
years ago.
S. -.-inns will cont'nne on the
first and third Thursday of th<
month In the auditorium of the
library. Mr. Reiser may be con-
tacted for further information.
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Fathers and Sons
Beth Devid Congregation's
Men's Activities is sponsoring a
father and *ons afternoon at B^-l1-
David South Camnus, 7500 SW
120th St., Sundav from 18:30 to
3:30 p.m. The afternoon will l>e
devoted to games, field and track
events and indoor competition.
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vJewisti ftcrMian
Friday, October 27. 1972
This Week In History...
(From the files of the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency!
40 Year* Ago Thta Wek: 19S2
Six Jcwisr? students *MP **-'
verely beaten in anti-Seinctic
excesses at Budapest U.
-JEWISH AGENCY PAINTS
OPTIMISTIC REPORT OF JEW-
ISH DEVELOPMENT IN MEMO
TO MANDATES COMMISSION/
Accompanying Communique, How-
ever Expresses Dissatisfaction
With British Policy in Connection
With Land Legislation; Immigra-
tion: Protection of PuHic Secur-
ity; Employment of Jews on Pub-
lic Works, on Palestine Police and
Frontier Force, and Contributions
to Education and Health."
Chaia Scheiner died in Warsaw
at 114, leaving 20 grandchildren.
Czernowitz banned Jewish re-
ligious instruction in secondary
schools.
Rabbi Leibusch Halbeistamm,
the "Glusker miracle-maker," died
in Cracow at 53.
10 Years Apo This Week: 1962
U. S. troops were stationed
abroad "for the same reason the
Maccabees stood their ground
against Antiochus for human
dignity and freedom," said Atty.
Gen. Robert F. Kennedy, accept-
ing the American Jewish Con-
gress' Stephen S. Wise Award.
A stern warning to British
Jewry to adopt "emergency mea-
sures" in the face of a growing
thnat from "the forces of prej-
udice and evil" was issued bv Sir
Barnett Janner, president of the
Board of Deputies of British Jews.
The U. S. Visa Office received
only three complaints about Sir
Oswald Mosley's visit, and "con-
cluded that public opinion ac-
cepted the issuance of visas to ex-
Tenant Security Deposit
Law Will Be Enforced
Florida's tenant security deposit
law, which went into effect Oct 1,
has teeth in it alter an, uav.,.i.
to Milton Gordon, former regional
attorney for the Federal Housing;
Authority and one of the law's
early proponents.
Mr. Gordon said the Hotel and
Restaurant Division of the State
Department of Business Regula-
tions has been named by Attorney
General Robert Shevin to enforce
the legislation, whihe carries no
criminal penalties. A landlord's
license may be revoked or sus-
pended, however, for lack of com-
pliance.
Nazi, Fascists and other .anti-
Semites to a greater extent than
it did in the emotional climate
following World War II."
ChfeTrhabbi YiLhak Nissim.
viewing the Mount of Olives cem
tery through a telescope, pro-
tested a highway being built
through it linking Jeiicho and a
new hotel.
Poland's remnants of Jewry
have "voluntarily abandoned" the
Jewish religion, there are only 16
pupils in Warsaw's Jewish relig-
ious school, and a mere 10 Jewish
ouths are receiving reli"io"s
instruction in Cracow, Philip
Slomovitz, publisher-editor of the
Detroit Jewish News, reported.
Itzhak Ben-Zvi. 78. was inaugu-
rated for a third five-year term
as Israel's President.
Development of an Israeli de-
errent to the Egyptian missile
threat is one of Israel's "urgent"
challenges, Prefer Ben-puijon
utcioieu.
Dr. Lev Davidovic Landau. 54,
undoubtedly the topmost Jewish
scientist in the Soviet Union." won
the Nobel Physics Prize for work
on condensed gases.
Three days after Israel criticized
the USSR indirectly for anti-
Simitism, the United States and
\ustralia named it specifically in
the General Assembly's Third
Committee a first in the U.N.'s
17-year history.
UNRWA Commissioner General
John H. Davis said the Arab
refugees are entitled to "re-
I oatriation" and compensation by
Israel.
United Synagogue Youth
Schedule Senior Retreat
More than 50 graduating seniors
of Southeast Region United Syn-
agogue Youth will go to Camp
Shalom in Orange Springs. Fla.,
for their second annual Senior
Retreat this weekend.
Jamie Rayman of Beth David
Congregation, chairman, reports
that an outstanding group of pro-
fessionals will participate in the
weekend activities.
Participants include Marshall
Baltuch. director of the Depart-
ment "f Youth Activities. South-
east Region. United Svnacogue of
America: Abraham J. Gittelson.
Special Temple Menorah
Ceremony For New Members
Temple Menorah will inaugurate
its late Fliday evening services
this week with a srecial iustalla-
ion ceremony dedicated to the
new members of Temple Menorah.
Participating in the special cere-
mony, written by Rabbi Mayer
AbramowitZj will be Mr, and Mrs.
Howard M, K-.itzen and Mr. and
Mrs. Bertram Timoner, represent-
ing the 90 new families who have
recently joined the Temple.
Following the services the Sis-
terhood will host an Oneg Shabbat
for the new fami'ies where the old
members and the Temple leaders
will greet the new enrolees.
assistant director of the Central
Agency for Jewish Education;
Judy Hauptman of the Teachers
Institute. Jewish Theological Sem-
inary of America; Areyh Rockach.
Israel community consultant; Ricci
Katz, Florida International Uni-
versity, and Robert Rosen, assist-
ant coordinator of development,
University of Miami.
Purpose of the Retreat is to
offer the graduating USY member
the opportunity to soend a week-
end with his peers from all parts
cf the southern states in Jewish
rtudy and preparation for college.
Theme will deal with the Torah
"ortion, "Va-era", which is the
U won of Abraham's sacrifice of
Isaac.
The group will engage in col-
lege preparatory sessions includ-
ing how to apply, choice of school.
scholarships, state school vs. pri-
vate institution, commuter vs.
campus Judaic studies and campus
counselling.
An explanation of ATID, the
college arm of the United Syn-
agogue of America, will also be
presented.
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Bonds Events Mark Israel's 25 th Anniversary
is [& *r
)r. Arieh Plotkin To Speak
i Beth David Bonds Event
capacity crowd is exacted to
Dr. Arieh L. Plotkin, promi-
lecturer, scholar, and export
DR. ARItH I. PLOTKIH
fiddle Kastern Affairs, discuss
expanding development at
|Beth David-Israel Dinner of
at 7:30 Saturday in the
lainebleau Hotel.
K-mour and Shirley Friend,
tr> in the Beth David Congre-
In and in the Israel Bond ef-
1 will be honored at the event
marking Israel's 25th anniversary
of statehood. Leaders of the Beth
David Congregation will kindle 25
candles for each of the 25 years
of Israel's statehood as part of the
gala celebration.
The guest speaker, a recognized
authority on international rela-
tions, international law and com-
parative government, was edu ated
at the Universities of Jerusal n-,
and London and was the firsl Iti-
zen of Israel to lie admitted to
Princet in University's Woodrow
il of Public and International
Affairs, He obtained his M.A. and
Ph.D. (I 'gn i a from Prii
v l| re he taughl In the department
of politics. He is a member of the
American Society of International
Law.
Dr. Plotkin joined the Haganah
in 1937, shortly after his arrival
from Germanv as a teen-ager, and
served as an officer in the Intelli-
gence Corps of Israel's Defense
Army from its inception in 1948.
Currently in the United States
doiiig private research, Dr. Plotkin
is assisting in the Israel Bond pro-
gram. He brings fresh and first-
hand information of the changing
Mid-East scene and a keen insight
into both Israeli and Arab prob-
lems.
Dr. Plotkin has appeared on
Voice of America broadcasts and
lectured for the Universities of
Wisconsin and Minnesota.

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Brig. Gen. Gazit
To Address Cuban
Hebrew Dinner
Brig. Gen. Shlomo Gazit. Israel's
coordinator of government opera-
tions in the administered areas
will adlress members of the Cu-
ban Hebrew community at their
Israel Dinner of State. Saturday,
Nov. 4 at 7:30 p.m. in the Fon-
talnebleau Hotel.
The distinguished military lea lei
is one of the four brothers who
has dedicated his services to the
State oi Israel in both the mili-
tary and political fie!*:-
A native of Turkey, the 46-year-
old ral came to Israi 1 i which
was then called Palestine) In 1932,
His militarj sendee included stints
\ in the commando unit-; of the Jew-
| ish underground Haganah army in
Jerusalem and battles in the sixth
; batallion o:' the Pahnach during
i The War of Independence. Wlvn
! Gen. Moshe Dayan became chief
] of staff in 1954. he was appointed
i as head of his office staff.
Serving as master of ccremoni"s i
I for this gala event will be Isidoro I
| Lerman. treasurer of the State of
Israel Bond Trihute Dinner hon-
oring Aron and Ena Yuken.
Heading the Book Committee is
Samuel Schwartzman. When com-
pleted, the book, which will con-
tain pictures and names of pur-
chasers of Israel Bonds, will be
presented to high Israeli govern-
ment of finals during the year of
Atzmaut.
Schwartz, Paver
Named Cochairmen
Lester Schwartz a"d Milton f
Paver have been na-"vt cocha'r-
men of the Nov. 21 "Night in Is-
rael" event at I'^e Avent1"^ Conn
try Club. a-eoTline to Mi'ton M
Pi>snn. director of the Greater
Miami Israel Bond organization.
Al Sherman, vice president of
Riverside Laundry, will receive a
Scroll of Honor for his work to-
ward improving future develop-
ment of Israel, at the function.
The evening of entertainment
will mark Israel's 25th anniver-
sary of statehood.
-ct te
Murray Friedinans Named
For Temple Menorah Award
Murray and Frieda Friedman,
leaders at Temple Menorah who
are active in community affair?
[Arthur Snyder and his wife, Helen, have been named
pen of the Beth Torah Congregation-Israel Dinner of
celebrating Israel's ^th anniversary of statehood at
dinner-dance Sunday. Nov. 5, at 6:30 p.m. in the
rille Hotel, according to Milton M. Parson, director of
reater Miami Israel Bond organization. Judge Snyder,
^t president of the congregation, is a former mayor
lh Miami Beach. Mrs. Snyder, a feature writer for
rish Floridian, is active in the Sisterhood of the Con-
on. Honorees at the event, Irving and Rose Newman,
beive the coveted State of Israel Atzmaut-Independ-
Jward, for their dedicated interest in strengthening
economy through Israel Bonds and Capital For
?bert Horton At Grove Playhouse
|n, film and stage star
rton has been assigned
conut Grove Playhouse
as Don Quixote in the
ening production of
Mancha." Mr. Horton,
ibly best known for
lining role on "Wagon
tin his theatrical train-
ibss
ing at the University of Miami.
"Man of La Mancha" opens
Dec. 5 and runs through Dec. 24.
Subscriptions for the 1973 season
are still available. Mail orders only
for individual shows are being ac-
cepted now and the box office will
open Monday. Nov. 6 at 10 a.m.
for telephone reservations.
MR. and MRS. MURRAY fRUDMAN
have been named to receive the
State of Israel Atzmaut-Independ-
ence Award at the Temple Me-
no-ah-Israel Dinner of State Nov.
12 in the Deauville Hotel.
Milton M. Parson, director of the
Greater Miami Israel Bond orga-
nization, pointed out that the
Friedmans have purchased Israel
Bords since the inccptiin of the
-cram. Mr. Friedman was a
member of a group of Americans
whom Prime Minister Golda Meir
Invited to tour Israel last February
to help assess her country's needs.
Mr. Friedman is a cochairman of
the South Florida Conference on
Soviet Jewry, which hel]>ed obtain
lion signatures on a pctiiion
to President Richard M. Nixon re-
questing that he confer with Rus-
j'ati leaders about Jewish immigra-
tion policies to Israel. This gro ip's
m si current project is working
with the US. Senate to urg
R i -i.i it cancel its ransom policy.
?>:-.-. Friedman also supports Tem-
ple M r.orah, the American Soci-
.> Technion and the Weiz-
mann Institute in Israel, the Amer-
ican Cancer Society, the Consumer
Movement of Ralph Nader .\n<\
Dr. Ben Rhepard's drug control
clinics.
Mrs. Friedman is a member of
the National Council of Jewish
Women, the Fight For Sight. La-
dies Aiix'Uary of Mount Sinai Hos-
nital and Temple Menorah Sister-
hood.
The native New Yorkers, who
"ame to Miami 16 years ago, have
th-ee daughters and three grand-
children.
An active home builder, Mr.
Friedman has completed Blue Lake
Estates, Lake Galloway Homes,
Kings Bay Estates and Laude.-hill
Fasr. The Hawaiian Gardens proj-
' ct in Fort Lauderdale is his latest
undertaking.

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Host: Rev. Luther C. Pier-e
Topic: "Political Theology"
Guests: Dr. Joseph R. Narot, Temple Israel, and
Father Donald Hurt
Oct. 29 Ch. :0. 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
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Oct. 19 Ch. 7. 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
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Friday, October 2' 197C
fsroel Newsletter
By Carl Alperi
Parade Decision Sparks National Discussion
Till-: ISRAEL GOVERNMENT has reached for-
mal decision lo hold a huge military parade In
Jerusalem May 7. i97.'i. as part of the celebration of
the country's 23th anniversary.
The last such parade was held In
19H8, when it served as a dem-
onstration of both victory and
Strength. The decision has been
announced, but it has sparked a
great national discussion In which
the press and public personalities
give voice to various conflicting
I views. A sampling of this discus-
sion should be illuminating.
Minister of Welfare Michael Hazani opines that
the millions of pounds which the parade "ill cost
could ix- better spent meeting some of the urgent
social and housing and poverty problems which
face the country. On the other hand. Minister of
Tourism Moshe Ko] points out thai the parade will
be a major drawing card for tourists who are ex-
' to bring over $300 million Into the rational
re nexl year. The costs of the parade will be
onlj a small fraction of that.
What are the purposes of the parade? Some
saj it i!l demonstrate to enemies and tc allies
overseas as w '11, that we have the men, the arms
nrd the organization required to defend ourselves.
The pa: ad- will be a sort of Hexing of the muscles,
a necessary exercise to remind any would-be aggres-
sor of the danger he would face should he seek to
attack.
Opponents of the parade .reply that Israel has
reached a stage where it does not need to prove its
military supremacy. The Egyptians, the Russians.
the Americans, everyone knows it. The parade is
thei efore unnecessary.
How about the home front? The march is
intended to build up confidence and faith. It will
be a valuable stimulant to the tens of thousands
of new immigrants who have come here since 19(58
and have never seen such a parade in Israel. But
morale is very high in Israel today, and a great
military demonstration is not needed to sustain
public spirit.
An odd paradox should be noted. Mo-he Dayan,
Minister of Defense, and sometimes thought ol a< B
I n k, w is a ;ainst h tiding the parade but was out-
voted. And Pinhas Sapir, thrifty Minister of Fi-
nance, voted In favor despite the great cost!
i v: hap. the parade should be seen in a broader
perspective. On the daj on which it is held it .'-ill
be the dominant el meat in the 25th anniversary
celebrations, But it will be but one of a lo
oi events stretching out over the entin \.
will be preceded and followed by cultur .'
in the fields of music, dram; arl and dan '.,
will be mas- picnics and fireworks; demoi
of cultural growth and educational pro ... ,,
agricultural and industrial development, ii .'.,
full and festive year.
There is no doubt that a parade Is a i n]
stirring event. Moshc Shamir, on" of Israel's dis-
tinguished literary figures, even in his oppositi
to the parade can not refrain from repeating t!
.story which was current here during some ol out
more difficult years. An Israeli couple is watchit
the military parade of that year. As the -
march smartly by, and the heavy tank- rum! le "
the roads, and the plane formations sweep ov<
and all observers are carried away by a br
h ill of pride, the wife turns to her hus
says: "Don't you ever again dare compl .
income tax!"
No tourist who es this parade will
ret it. And this leads Shalom Ri senfeld i"
aiifwer in "Maarlv," to those who fea.....
ii oi militarism is taking over. This -
itarism' he says, but "milltourism."
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BOOK REVIEW By Rabbi Barry Tabachiuholt
Crusader In The Holy Land
M1
lien has BEEN WRITTEN about Jerusalem and
Israel In recent years, especially since 1967. The
Crusader In The Holy Land, by Moron Bcnvcnisti (Mac-
millan, $12.95) aids a new dimension to the land that
many people associate uniquely with the Biblical Era. The
Panorama
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Shul In A Museum
JOW THERE is NO EXCUSE foi not going to
shul. Their i< one in America's great Metro-
politan Museum of Art on Fifth Avenue. In fact,
they have half a dozen or more
of them there synagogues from
all pails of the world; synagogues
in which Jews prayed almost two
thousand years ago in the Orient;
synagogues in which Jews prayed
in Poland hundreds of years ago,
and a synagogue in which the Jew-
ish "founding fathers" prayed in
177f,.
Going to synagogue Is not at popular as in
former times and maybe we have suffered as a
result. In the old days, a Jew would go to the syna-
gogue to talk out his troubles with God. Today he
goes to the psychiatrist, who charges him $50 an
hour for listening and doesn't do as much. God, of
course, gives his service free. You don't even have
to have Medicare.
You will not be able to do any praying in
the synagogues at the museum. They arc all minia-
ture model reproductions of the old synagogues.
One of the models Is that of a synagogue dug
up not so mai.y years ago by the archaeologists in
an Israeli kibbutz. I recall the visit to America
some years back of Sekunik, the noted Israeli
archaeologist; with reproductions of the murals of
some of these excavated synagogues. It had been
thought that the old synagogues did not permit
painting on walls, but these murals were full of
paintings of Biblical scenes, Moses and the burning
bush. Abraham and the scene of the sacrifice of
his son and the intervention of the angel and so
on. Interestingly too, the figures of Moses and
David were painted without head coverings. It was
Sekunik'S belief that the custom of wearing hats
in the synagogue was a relatively late development.
The single American synagogue exhibited is that
of Newport, R.I.. which goes back to 1(154. That
was just about 00 years after the Pilgrims landed.
The Newport Jews were fugitives from the .Spanish
Inquisition and their synagogue in Newport was
modeled after their old Spanish synagogue, includ-
ing a secret stairway for escape,
Next to the Newport synagogue, the only one
of the very old American synagogues still standing
is that of Savannah, Ga. The Congregation Shcarith
Israel of New York is. of course, older, but their
old building long ago disappeared.
author follows the example of Yigael Yadin whose study
of Massada relied upon archaeological studies as well as
historical references in restructuring a period of Israel's
history thai had been Incomplete for centuries.
This Ls a broad undertaking that endeavors to restruct-
ure life in the llth and 12th centuries when the Cru-
- ad -rs dominated what is now the State of Israel. Ben-
cenisti draws upon a variety of sources to reconstruct a
significant period in the history of the Holy I.and which
has long been a focal point of diverse cultures. Usually
this period is linked to the personalities of Saladin and
Richard the Lion-Hearted; The author succeeds in reach-
ing beyond the Christian-Muslim conflict Into the broader
subject of the cultural achievements which have become
i part of the heritage ol the land.
The author uses numerous maps, pictures and archi-
tectural drawings to Illustrate the extenl of activity
during t!:is period. lie graphically portrays the impact of
the vVusa.Vrs ;n the extent of building and economic ac-
tivity during the-> years, He treats each city as a gen-
erate entity and proceeds geographically to deserioe the
process of conquest, fortification, building of facilities,
expansion of economic endeavors and the significant
church related activities. The introductory survey is de-
liberately brief and therefore somewhat incomplete. Com-
pensation for this brevity is found in the concluding sec-
tions, which elaborate in greater detail on the historical
Churches and monasteries built by the Crusaders and the
general lite style of the Franks.
The result is a probing analysis of historical infor-
mation set in the context of an archaeological study.
The reader is rewarded with a careful analysis of a fas-
cinating period of growth and conflict. It is admittedly a
work intended for the general reader rather than the
scholar; however, the absence of even a limited bibliog-
raphy is a decided shortcoming in such a specialised text.
While the format and writing style lend themselves to
easy comprehension, little guidance is given toward es-
tablishing the context of these events in the peiiod |>rc-
Cedtng the Crusaders or in pointing to its impact on the
following era.
Technically, Benvcnlsti has succeeded in organizing
facts culled from different disciplines to produce a fuller
understanding of a significant iieriod in the history of
the Holy Land. While the individual facts are not based
OH original research, he is to lie congratulated for bis
skill is selecting information from different sources and
combining tnem to form a broad overview of the field.
This unique perspective supports the author's con-
tention that the period of occupation from 1099-1291
was a time of dynamic growth and religious zeal. While
avoiding romantic illusion, much of the natural appeal of
the period remains. The result is a surprisingly thorough
presentation which is of interest to those who want to
know about the history of the land of Israel and those
who are students of the Crusades.
JEWS IN SPORTS
By Haskell Cohen
Maccabiah Alumni
pill-: TRACK COACH at C. W. Post. Royal Cl -
nock, won the Met Intercollegiate Outdoor
Championships in his team's first appearance
them. Harry Litwack of Temple, the 1957 Ma -
cablah hoop coach, was honored as the "Man :'
the Year" by the Jewish Basketball League
Philadelphia. Soccer player Dan Raskin
came the new assistant varsity basketball coach it
Niagara, while Ron Aurit turned to boxing at W st
Chester State Teachers. Abe Wolonow was a me
ber of the Elizabeth, N.I. Sport Club team that
won the U.S. Soccer Football Association Cha
ionship.
Garry Gunner, Maccabiah gold medalist in the
shot and heavyweight weightlifting, will be a ca
didate for till 73 team. Golfers Mrs. Wal
Cooper-tan won lno Women's Metropolitan As;
ciation Championship while Dave Muraskin 1
the New Jersey State Amateur title. Tet
player Pam Richmond won the Women's National
Intercollegiate Doubles titles for the second year
in a row. Pro. Tom Ofcker of Holland was the
runner-up in the U.S. Pro Tennis Championships,
and Paul ("ranis, who became the father of a girl.
Whitency Abbe, won the New York State .",5-ycar-
old division clay court division.
Abramsoh swimming brothers Allan left the
stall of Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City to
start military duty as Navy lieutenant command.>r
at Camp LeJuene. N.C.; David has two more years
of medicine at Columbia Presbyterian Hospital in
New York City before a stint in the U.S. Public
Health Service; Richard left the Air Force as a
captain to enter investment banking. Washington's
Jim Bregman is president ol the U.S. Judo Associa-
tion.
Rebecca Seitlin was named to the Miami Her-
ald's All-City swimming team in the 100-yard but-
terfly and 200-yard medley relay. She also was
named an NCAA AU-Americnn in the one-and three-
meters. Coxswain coach Allen Rosenberg con-
tributed a coaching article called 'The Rosenberg
Stylo" to the May '72 edition of the Oarsman. Allen
coached the Vesper Boat Club eight to an Olympic
gold medal in Tokyo. Water |>olo player Krvin
Veg received the Jules Aminal Award as the per-
son who has done the most for the sport in the New-
York area. .USC water i>olo player Dennis Nee-
dleman i'69) was given the highest rating of any
player on the Trojan's 1971-72 team as determined
by goals scored, assists, fouls and minutes played.
. Swimmer Andy Lehncr, holder of the national
prep school record in the 100-yard butterfly. Is
beaded to USC this semester.
Tennis players Grant Golden has been elected
president or the Chicago Tennis District and is also
coach of that city's Junior Davis Cup team, while
Len Schlosa is teaching pro in the Miami area. .
Table tennis players Bernie Bukiet and Irene Ogus
nre ranked fourth and third, respectively. .
Golfer Kd Pici-l,r, the 1965 Maccabiah gold medal-
ist and ti9 team member, won the Tournament of
Golf Club Champions senior competition and the
National Senior Four-Ball Championship.
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! October 27. 1972
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Pacre 1S-A
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Program and its Dollar Value."
Col. Cooper was born ami edu-
cated in Shaw-nee. Okla. Ho re-
ceived Mis b.s.a.k. degree at th
lie Knew the "im-
, against his doing
il at the top." the next
,, ,,. "what will you
If you ever get
I like." -aid Ri hard M
to remembered as
m win. reversed Presi-
Roosevelfs great achieve-
and made the Republicans
ority party again."
this rc|>orter's elect ion-
rtHilations, one purpose lias
o try to find out whether
sidcnl has a serious
i attain his greatest
mi, n is a subject on
Imufh hogwash has been
In reci nl months. Among
0 left-w ing analysts, par*
i-. everyone seems to for-
(i Southerners also have
when President Roose-
i ih" electoral
If ih. Southern star 9
li ol the total
1 You can see,
I najorities
ins used to com-
thern states to
party despite
posses-
, i S iuth."
nti i-i. the
;1i'ii .-; going lo vote
I hi nal ional level,
sis*hi Jusl over
ded to elect
s iuth has galne l
ortionally since
|lv .cmc, it is hard
future Demo-
candidate who
hitch chance in this
Iblican "solid South."
icrefore, the Demo-
Jiic ones who start
Ith<'i'n handicap and
frmous majorities in
Li -tales.
i-MA ol this election
m the appar-
\-.\ncr of longstand-
majorities in
(Bridgeport, Conn..
like New York.
nth of the Mason-
theless continue
Irly three-quarters
ptural votes. They
nal battleground.
: The President
real tight on his
Italian- Ameri-
jN'on if the Demo-
h Sen. Hubert H.
ptead of Sen.
kern. He could
the election, too.
fits had picked
Jackson; for
on might well
inroads in the
up the Presi-
m. The Nixon
its admirable
has its sleazy,
gn fund-Texas
>nl M. Nixon's
is rightly per-
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Gov. Askew Guest Of Honor
Uewisll FlOridian Vl Governor's Banquel
yS, Florida Friday. October 27, 1972
Section B
Kollek, Levitt, Maslow To
Receive AJCongress Awards
Mayor Teddy Kollek of Jeru-
salem. New York State Comp-
troller Arthur Levitt, United
Auto Workers President Leonard
Woodcock and Will Maslow,
executive director of the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress for the past
U years, will receive the 1972
Stephei S, Wise Awards of the
Congress at a dinner Sunday
evening Nov. 19, in New York.
Kollek. minister pleni-
potentiary at the Israeli Em-
b, -. in Washington and direc-
tor neral of the Prime Min-
;,'e In Israel before as-
suming his present office in 1965,
will l>< h.inorcd for "distinRu-
ished achievement in advancing
the dienity, freedom and secur-
Ity o! the Jewish people."
Mr Woodcock, who resides in
Detroit, served as administra-
tive assistant to the late UAW
President Walter P. Reuther and
as a regional director and UAW
vice president before his elec-
tion as president of the union
in 1970. He will be cited for "dis-
tinguished achievement in the
struggle to fulfill America's
promise of racial equality and
social justice."
Mr. Levitt, a Brooklyn attor-
ney, is former president of the
New York City Board of Educa-
tion and was reelected to his
fifth consecutive term as state
comptroller in 1970. He will re-
ceive his award for "distin-
guished achievement in advanc-
ing the Jewish ethic in the arena
of public service."
Mr. Maslow. who lives in New
York City, has served the Amer-
ican Jewish Congress for more
than 26 years, including 12 as
its executive director, a post
from which he retired this
month. Currently general coun-
sel to the Consrress, Mr. Mas-
low will be cited for "distin-
piiichod achievement in the use
of the law to secure full equal-
ity in a free society."
Earl Morse of New York is
serving as chairman of the din-
ner, which will also be a salute
to Israel's 25th anniversary.
Reservations may be obtained
through the national headquar-
ters of the American Jewish
Congress at Stephen Wise Con-
gress House, 15 East 84th St.,
will be no soliciation of funds
will bo no soliciation of funds
at the dinner.
The Stephen S. Wise Awards,
named for the founder of the
American Jewish Congress, were
inaugurated in 1949 on the occa-
sion of Dr. Wise's 75th birth-
day. Previous recipients have in-
cluded David Ben-Gurion. Golda
Men*. W. Averell Harriman,
Harry Truman, Roy Wilkins,
Earl Warren, Robert F. Ken-
nedy, Adlai Stevenson, Arthur
J. Goldberg and Nahum Gold-
mann.
Immigrants' Relatives Can
Be Accused of 'Conspiracy'
WASHINGTON (JTA) Jew-
ish activist! in Moscow say that
Soviet authorities have devised a
I means by which they can impli-
I cate relatives of emigration appli-
cant, in "anti-Soviet conspiracy,"
according to Dr. David Korn, chair-
lman of the Jewish Community
| Council of Greater Washington.
Under the new procedures which
went into effect early this month,
[applicants now need statements
from parents or closest relatives
"permission" for emigra-
' ir. Korn said.
Tl i new rule causes parents and
IOther reiatives to also be consid-
I undesirables" subject t) loss
[Dip In Enrollment
Accelerated in The
Past Year AAJE
NEW YORK (JTA) A de-
in Jewish school enrollment
in the United States in recent
J't irs appears to have aceele-
in the 1970-71 school year,
i iip American Association for
ih Education reported this
In advance of publication
ol ts biennial school census for
thai school year.
The preliminary report, made
' Dr, Hillil Hochberg, director
of the AAJE statistical research
department, indicated that re-
1 enrollment in all types of
Jewish schools in 33 cities de-
clined from 319,811 to 278,508
from 1969 to 1970, a decrease
for the period of 12.9% and an
average drop of 3.3% annually.
The report cited a mean de-
- in 24 of those communi-
ties of 4.9% from 1969 to 1971,
snhnantially more than the r>r~-
vious mean annual drop of 3.3%.
AAJE officials said the sta-
tistics appeared to confirm spor-
adic reports from various r.<>-ts
of the United States whi"h indi-
cated a tapering off from the
Peak enrollment of more than
600000 students estimated in the
AAJE national study in 1959.
Interim censuses by the A ATE
during the subsequent decade in-
dicated that the school popula-
tlon was decreasing. The offici-
als >aid it appeared, from the
current survey, that there had
been a drop of at least 20% in
retiorted and estimated figures
Isince the 1959-60 census.
of jobs, apartments or education,
thus seeming to "place more hard-
ship on those who remain than on
those who apply to leave, so as to
stop Jewish emigration complete-
ly,' Dr. Korn said.
He noted that in cases of mixed
marriage or conversion, permis-
sion signatures would implicate
the signers in what the govern-
ment calls "anti-Soviet conspir-
W. Averell Harriman, for-
mer governor of New York,
ambassador-at-large, and
elder statesman, has been
named 1972 recipient of
the annual America-Israel
Friendship Award of the
Mizrachi Women's orga-
nization of America, it was
announced by Mrs. Milton
S. Jacobson, national pres-
ident of the women's re-
ligious-Zionist organiza-
tion.
Rabbi Miller's Address Opens
Alt's Convention In Chicago
Rabbi Israel Miller, president
of the American Zionist Federa-
tion, opened its second national
convention in Chicago Saturday
night with a far ranging policy
address which included a call
for a massive pragmatic cam-
paign for the Jackson Amend-
ment and against U. S. commer-
cial trade agreements with the
U.S.S.R.
The Chicago Convention is
launching the AZF observance
of both the 75th anniversary of
the World Zionist Organization
and the 25th anniversary of the
State of Israel.
Florida's Gov. Reubin Askew will
be the guest of honor at the Jew-
ish National Fund Governor's Ban-
quet in the Fontainebleau Hotel
Sunday, Dec. 10. it has been an-
nounced, marking the first time
in the history of the state that its
governor has been present on such
an occasion.
A unique and beautiful program
is being arranged for the event,
according to Dr. Irving Lchrman,
chairman of the JNF Foundation,
and Jay Dermer, president of the
Jewish National Fund of Greater
Miami. A special project linking
Gov. Askew's name with that of
Israel will be established at that
time.
The banquet committee includes:
Rabbi Maver Abramowitz. Mr. and
Mrs Max Affarhinor, I.ou Aronson,
Simon Bernstein, Prof. Andre S. Blalo-
lenkl Lester Blfcclma'i, Mrs Ida Book-
span'. Cantor Saul H. Broeh. 1..-..
Buda, Joseph H. Cohen, Mrs, Bertha
Davidson, Mrs Bi-ulah Davis, Hon.
Jav Dermer. Mrs. Lillian Dubowy;
Uao Harry F.lriman. Samuel Fer-
shko. Jack A. Filosof. Ezra Flneeold,
Abraham Fratdlln. Mrs. Alice Free-
man. Mayshie Frleribcrir M-- [''-
erl Oarher. Abraham (".rossman. Ab-
raham Orunhut, Max Hecht. Mr. and
Mrs Peter F Heller;
AIM Herman Hlmter. Isaac Jaeon-
owltl, Harry Kalisky. Bernard KaU,
Dr. Jacob Kaufman. J urine Zev W Ko-
ttan, George M Koiin, Samuel Kus-
netz Kabbi David Lehrfleld, Dr Irv-
ing Lehrman. Moe Levin, Mrs. l-"Uis
Kustlvi
Also Mrs. Abraham .Mason. Her-
man Medow, Mr. and Mrs Kmanuil
Mentz. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mlnov,
Jacob Moriansky, Joseph Mondres.
Sam N'orkeen. Sam Paseoe. IrvinK Pie-
track, Mrs. Miriam Press. Morris
Putter, Rabbi David Raab. Isidore
Rifkln. Julius Rosensteln:
Mao Mrs. Frieda I.lf-u-hudz See k,
Lou Samuel. BJrnest S.imurl- Mrs.
Toby Bchachter, Wm. J. Bchueel,
l.eon Schuster. Mrs. Kit-hard Schu-urz,
Mrs. Malka Shklair, Meyer Kieg.-l. Ben
Sliver, Bernard Silver, Mrs. Harold
Spaet;
Also Simon Tetenbaum. Mr. and
Mrs. J. '/.. Stadlan. Max Tlrachwell,
Abraham Tlktln, Anna Warren, Mrs
Ida Wessel. Morris Yudewitz and
Leonard Zllbert.
Al H. Thomas of Memphis.
Tenn., a prominent attorney
and Jewish communal
leader, has been appointed
general chairman of the
74th Anniversary Biennial
Convention of the Union of
Orthodox Jewish Congrega-
tions of America, to be held
in Boca Raton, Wednesday,
Nov. 22 through Sunday,
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Committee Meets Smuluv
Morning
Hebrew Academy Dinner Jan. 7
To Honor Rabbi And Mrs. Gross
Vaughn Final Speaker In
Temple's Election Series
,. Bn i Mrs. Alexander S.
. lests "1 honor ni
' ., al schola**ip !in-
,u;iIerAJiafOl Hohrew
, ai i!,,. DesuvUie Hotel
,an .- was announced We Ines-
Irving FIrtel. president,
,1 ; }.] ler. chairman of the
Hi.' Miami Boach school.
M Firtel said th<' date had
ared with the Multiple
v..... Committee of the Greater
\iu ,\i-h Federation, or which
|l,0 \-, t> Academy is benefici-
\. 'We will complete oui
lins for the dinner by
,m : which our ofri ers
to make the 1973 Com
Jewish Anpeal-Is carl
y Fund drive the mosi
,i in hUtory."
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used tor the scholar-
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tool huiUin'j; across Pin
from the main campus
St.
Gross has been principal
Great r Miami II 'hr
\ for almost all of its 25
liding its growth from a|
-i\ pupib to more than '
B nts.
Hi ne her- 25 years a to as I
patiorn. field director of Torah
ii. the national movement'
foi ). srew day schools, to orga-
nize academy., but fell in love
with Miami Beach and decided to
Btaj its first principal.
Hal and Mrs. Gross last year
the Ramham Award of
8 hi Women's Organiza-'
lion. Both have been honored for
Iheil dership in State of brael
Bom 'id numerous Torah Juda-I
It ani/ations.
II' rves as South Atlantic,
State, egional chairman of the
Nat.i" Conference of Yeshiva
- (hi l is a former na-1
Ice president of the orga-
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l: Mill! ALEXAXDER S. GROSS
Rabbi Gross i:- the recipient of
he iove'\i Helpira Hand Award
>f the American Rei Magen David
for Israel, for which organization
he has worked for more than 15
years.
From 1940 to 194"), Rabbi Gross
' held rabbinic positions in Astoria.
! L.I.: Denver, Colo: Washington
; Heights, N.Y.. and Paterson, N.J.
He was education director of Torah
: llmesorah and served briefly in1
Israel as director of Ozar Hatorab.
i Scphardi educational group
vhich orsanized religious schools
i:i the Jewish state.
Rabbi Gross, born in Ssranton,
Pa., went to Brooklyn at the aye
>l nine to Torah Voadaath and
Mesilta. (mining bis elementary.
high school and rabbinic training
there.
He also earned a B.A. degree
from Col'-mb'a University at
Teacher's College, and a m.k-i. de-
gree from the University of Miami.
Initial planning committee for
he Jan. 7 dinner will be held Sun-
day morning at the Miami Beach
home of Rabhi and Mrs. Gross,
whose five children all are Study-
ing or have graduated from the
Hebrew Academy and its affiliated
l>i'h si hon's.
"It took us many years to con-
vince Rabbi Gross that he and
Shirley should be honorees at a
.scholarship dinner." Mr. Firtel
said, "and it is appropriate that
our Silver Anniversary function
should honor the couple foremost
in the hearts of our students.
aulmni, faculty, administration and
supporters."
Southern Region's
Midwinter Conclave
Scheduled Dec, 24
Approximately 250 Jewish young
eopie will assemble at Daytona
Beach, Sunday. Dec. 24. for the
annual M d-Wintcr Conclave of
Southern Region Senior Judaea
which represents more than .10
different com muni ties in the south.
The theme this year is "The
lew in America." This topic will
be used in every facet of the four-
day program which includes dis
russions dub ?o*nneti*lon in skit i
Israeli folk dancing, Hebrew sing-
ing oratory, essay poetry, art anil
new paoor. In addition, the re- ,
rional basketball and volleyball
championship will be decided.
Michael Kaplan, director of the
Southern Region. Mike Pousman.
Florida regional director, Yaeov
Yanir and Ivan Kra-Oz, emissaries
from the Israeli Scouts to the
Southern Region of Youiv" Judaea
will head lit) the OTOUD Of too level
*irogr*nming staff, who will guide
the Judaeans in their activities.
The Southern Region of Younn
Judaea is sponsored by the South-
ern Hadassah Zionist Youth Com-
mission, th" joint agency of South-
ern, Southeastern and Florida
Il.-rlassnh.
A former Assistant Secretarj of
State, Jack Hood Vaughn, "will
bring a quarter century of diplo-
matic experience to a discussion of
the "International Implications ol
the Noveml>cr Election" when he
-peaks this Sunday morning on
the Greenfield Institute series :il
Temple Israel of Greater Miami.
Now director of the Center for
International Affairs at Florida In-
ternational University, Mr. Vaughn
succeeded Sargent Shrivcr as di-
rector of the Peace Corps, a post
he held until ho was assigned to
be ambassador to Columbia. In
1970. he returned home to head
tin National Urban. Coalition.
Mr. Vaughn has had a varied
areer that included a three-) ar
stilt as head boxing coach at the
University of Michigan. He taught
Spanish and French at Michigan
and al the University of Pennsyl-
vania before turning to the foreign
v.v'cc in 1943 with his first as-
signment to i Latin Amer! an
.i.'intv. During the Johnson ad-
minis I rat ion. he was in charge of
Inter-American Affairs and coord-
inator of the Alliance for Progress,
Sunday mornit.g's lecture will
conclude the special series on the
presidential election. Non-subscrib-
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Alice Peerce: Attractive,
Dedicated Backer Of Israel
By ISABEL GROVE
Staff Writer
"Oh, she's a dynamo." said my
luncheon table seat mate at the
Hadassah Bond-with-Israel Lunch-
MkS. JAN PfHTCf
eon last Thursday when I said I
had been chatting with Aliee
'Mrs. Jan I Peerce. None would
disagree with that description of
the pretty, petite Mrs. Peerce. who
covers thousands of miles a year
I both with her husband, the world
renowned opera singer, on his
many tours abroad, and for Israel
and Israel Bonds.
Former chairman of the Greater
i New York Women's Division for
I Israel, and for tho past 12
I years, National Women's Division
chairman, Mrs. Peerce. has had
Ian opportunity to see and study
I Jewish life in such farflung places
| as China, the Soviet Union.
I.i-ka, Australia. South Africa
land Europe.
Here to help Miami osier-rate
llsrael's 25th anniversary, Mrs.
e said emphatically, that
["there la no question bit that
[Israel has given dignity and status
.' .- evei where. Heretofore
ded as a self-effacing, stu-
unworldiy peo"ie, Israelis
added a new dimension to
ictuie of the Jew through
[the things which he has accom-
| ed in Israel.
"Bringing to Israel all the skil's
Beamed in the diasiora," Mrs.
Peerce continued, "the Jews in
Israel have become farmers and
mechanics; they run factories and
refineries; they grow fruit which
is shipped all oVer the world, their
clothes and knitwear are worn by
elegant women everywhere, and in
the cutting and finishing of dia-
monds, Israel has become the
diamond center of the world."
Mrs. Peerce had arrived in Mi-
ami in the wee hours of Thursday
morning having attended her hus-
band's concert with the Israeli
Philharmonic Symphony with
Leonard Bernstein conducting the
night before in New York.
After no more than four or five
hours sleep, which is all she ever
requires, she said, she was cordial
and patient and cooperative in
what must have been just one
more in an endless line of inter-
views.
Since she looked so chic and
fashionable in a white two-piece
s.iit with black accessories, her
heart shaped face and soft brown
eyes framed in a snappy black
velvet brimmed fedora, I asked
her how she found the time neces-
sary to take care of the many
chores required to keep a woman,
especially one always in spotlight,
well dressed and coiffed particu-
larly during her extensive travels.
She admitted that "her time is
too precious" for endless shopping
expeditions, so she spends "three
t" four hours at a coutourier
about twice a year" and can select
enough clothes in that time to see
her through for about six months.
She has a wig, but prefers to wear
hats when she misses her appoint-
ment with the beauty parlor, for,
to her "that completes an outfit,"
other than formal of course.
When travelling, she takes just
a little more than she needs to
take care of possible emergencies.
(Some years back, she took a par-
ticularly elegant gown to the
Soviet Union for a very special
occasion, and the zipper broke.
! It was 1956, but no one in Russia
could fix the zipper.)
Mrs. Peerce served as a leading
, delegate and as s|>okesman for
I the National Women's Division at
| the Israel Bond Jerusalem Leader
Conference in 1970. On that occa-
sion, as on her many previous trips
to Israel, she met Israel's Prime
Minister and other key govern-
ment officials to discuss means
of advancing Israel's economy
?hrough the Israel Bond invest-
\ nient program.
A tireless worker on behalf of
' Israel, as well as other causes
I in the United States and through-
out the world, Mrs. Peerce left
! right after the luncheon at the
i Fontainebleau Hotel for New
York, another Bonds function in
Boston, and following that, one in
California.
Her closing line to me, given
firmly in her pleasant alto voice,
was "The best line of defense in
Israel is economic strength and
this must be accomplished through
the purchase of Israel Bonds."
Israel could have no more at-
tractive and dedicated champion.
Luncheon Program Features
Salute To Past Presidents
Program of the Thursday, Nov.
16. Patrons' Luncheon of the
Greatr- Miami -WonwiV Dh-i'io-ir
American Friends of the Hebrew
University, will include a salute to
the past presidents of the Women's
Division in recognition of a dc:adc
of servi-e to the Hebrew Univer-
sity of Jcrusa'em and Isra !.
The Mesdames Samuei Simon
hoff, Philip F. Thaw. Carrie Rosen.
Si-;mund F gler. Trudy Hatter-
schlag. Jacob Kat/man and Leon
' Kron:sh will he among the hon-
| orees.
Dr. Carl He-.-man Vo. a:tho"
lecturer and world traveler, wf
be the guest speaker. The musical
portion of the afternoon will b"
I presented by members o' the Mi-
ami Opera Guild, leading teno
, Frank Ja"oHj and R-h Raf'i. Iv
rir coloratura soprano, accompani-
ed by Warren Broome.
According to Mrs. Leon Kronish,
nns'dent of the Hebrew Univer-
sity women'"! division, the luncheon
w'M benefit the Sconus Scholar-
ship an I loan funds set ut to
cover special needs of Hebrew Uni-
versity stitderts. Admission to the
11:30 recent ion and 12:30 lunch
wi'l he a S100 contribution to the
scholarship fund.
Mrs. Irving Scbaffzin is serving
as chairman of the day; parti i-
onting in the arrangements for the
Patrons' Lurcheon are the Mes-
iames Charles Clwcowsky. Car-
io Rosen, Phi'in F. Thau. Rose
'Io-ht:m, Li'.Hin D rhowy. Meyer
lesH k, Arthur Winarick and
i-.-tr>r, F'shman.
Sen. Chiles Aids Lehman Effort
Women's Group
Urges Vote For
Day Care Centers
The Dade County Commission
on the Status of Women has ex-
oressed full support for the coun-
ty's S5 million child care bond pro-
i>osal before Dade voters Nov. 7.
Approval of the child care item
included in the public buildings
?ategory would allow construc-
tion of 25 day care centers.
Since its inception 1*2 years
ago, the 27-mcmber advisory body
has been seeking ways to secure
more quality child development
centers.
Reports studied by COSW indi-
ate that in Dade County more
than 21.000 working women have
hi'dr^n under six years old.
Mrs. Milton Sirkin, (left) president of the Miami Beach Chap-
ter Women's Division of American Society for Technion,
presente Founder's plaque to Mrs. Beverly Cantor honor-
ing the memory of her late husband. Dr. Jack Leon Cantor,
whose name will be inscribed on the wall of the Churchill
Auditorium an the campus of the Technion Israel Institute
of Technology in Haifa, Israel
William Lehman. Democratic ]
I nominee for Congress from t! ? |
| 13th district and U.S. Sen. Law-
1 ton Chiles campaigned together |
this week in the north Dade and I
southern Brovvard areas.
Sen. Chiles and Mr. Lehman
concentrated on greeting pooo'.e
at area shopping centers through-1
out the newly created district.
Mr. Lehman has voiced Strom?
support of Sen. Chiles' recently in-
troduced "Federal Government 111
the Sunshine" bill.
A consistent advocate of the peo
pie's right to know. Mr. Lehman
believes, along with Sen. Chile*
that the hill would heln to re-
move the curtain of secrecy which
"-events pub'ic knowledge of gov*
crr.mcntal decisions.
Joint JWV Party
The Harrv H. Cohen Post and
Auxiliary 723, Jewish War Vet-
erans, have slated a joint night
club affair in the Ivory Tower of
the Saxony Hotel Saturday,
Nov. 4, starting at 9:30 p.m. In
charge of tickets for the evening,
which will include dancing and a
show, is Ida Fox.
These glasses
are a steal.
Just imagine ... four all-purpose 11 Vi oz. wine glasses of imported, hand-
blown crystal (a $14 value) for only $6.95. plus proof-of-purchase of Swiss
Knight products: either the words Swiss Knight printed in the red strip on the
front cellophane overwrap from 2 packages of Swiss Knight Cheese or 2
end flaps from 1 box of Swiss Knight* Fondue.
I We're making this offer so you'll try imported Swiss Knight products.
Foil-wrapped wedges of Gruyere cheese, perfect with wine for snacks and
parties. And Swiss Knight Fondue, made from an age-old recipe of white
wine, Kirsch, Gruyere and Emmental cheeses. Takes only 5 minutes to fix!
We have lots of glasses, but at these prices they're a steal, so hurry.
To: WINE GLASS OFFER, Box 9880,
St. Paul, Minn. 55198
Enclosed are 2 front overwraps Irom Swiss Knight* Cheese, or 2 end flaps
from Swiss Knight* Fondue, plus $6 95 in check or money order. Send
glasses to:
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The New Americans Jewish Social Club, an organization of
people who survived the Nazi concentration camps, each
year contributes to the Israel Emergency Fund campaign
o; the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Pictured at the
check presentation ceremony, where S2.644 was presented
to the Federation en behalf of the group, cs well as an
additional S500 raised by the club's women's group, are
(from Istt to right) Rabbi Solomon Schiff, direc'or. Commu-
nity Chaplaincy Service, Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
t on; Rubin Offenbach, fund-raising chairman; Mrs. Rubin
Offenbach, president of Sisterhood; Myron J. Brodie, asso-
ciate executive vice president, Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration and Leo Singer, president of the club.
Sidney L. Olson, (left) founder of the national firm Olson
Eiectronics, recently returned from a survey mission to the
Shaare Zedek Hospital in Jerusalem where he is slated to
lead a national group in developing the computer operation
ct the new medical center currently under construction.
While in Israel Mr. and Mrs. Olson became founders of
the new Shaare Zedek Medical Center. He is shown re-
ceiving the Founder's Award from Prof. David M. Maeir.
director general.
The Mihon Moskowitz family were honored as the newest
^-(mbers of the Mount Sinai Medical Center Founders at
the organization's first meeting of the season, which brought
total membership to 350. Pictured are Edward Moskowitz
lid:) Mrs. Milton Moskowitz and Alan Moskowitz, accept-
Fcu riders' plagues from Baron de Hirsch Meyer, vice
chairman of the Medical Center's board of trustees and
Max Crcvitz chairman of the board. Milton Moskowitz
has been a Founder since April.
Beach Thespians
Offer 'Viet Rock'
Oct. 26. 27, 28
Miami Beach Senior High
School Thespian Troupe 391 will
Dresent "Viet Rock" by Megan
T rry on (let, 26, :>1 and 28 in the
'.j'.i. tchonl Auditorium.
Cast members an' Gregory Er-
M'-'i-t Knittle, Hill Tarkin, David
Lichter. Vernon Miller. Larry
O'Brien, Bruce Schwartzmann,
Cerety Todd, Mike Trachtenberg,
Aich Werner, Kenee Akerman,
D bbie Babyatsky, Amy Burns,
Maria Green, Diane Howard,
Michelle Hunter. Jessie Knights,
Heidi Lenzer, Marjorie Porter,
\my Rogers, Sharyn Ross. Ste-
phanie Sadlofsky, Ines Schoning.
Cynthia Singer, and Carol Towbin.
The production is directed by
J-.y W. Jensen, with Becky Sec-
tor as student ilirector. Guitarist
for the production is Stephanie
VVelson and drummer, Gerald Bon-
ncr. Lighting by David Siegel.
Temple Ner Tamid Sisterhood officers and sponsors plan-
ring the first major Sisteihood function, a "Donor Kick-off
Luncheon" included (from left to right) Mrs. Louis Cohen,
founder; Mrs. Rita Salomon, sponsor; Mrs. Ccrrlton Blake,
president; Mrs. Helen Glazier and Mrs. Sadie Trosky, spon-
sors. The Sisterhood now has a total of 550 members, an
cll-time high in its 15-year-history. according to Mrs. Yve;te
Silberger. membership chairman.
Halloween Party
On PTA Agenda
At Treasure Isle
The Treasure Island Klementary
School IT,\ was to hold a "Back
?o School" night for parents of
children in grades four to six
Thursday at 7:30 p.m.
On Monday starting at 7 p.m.
he PTA and the City of North
*v Vi"- win cosr-in-or a ch:|-
dren's Halloween party at the
ichool. There will be candy for all
aid i.iizes for costumes in the
hi ions age groups.
The first tuna-raising project
bring planned by the school PTA
will be a dinner and auction at the
FDmbers Restaurant Saturday eve-
ning, Nov. 11. Reservations may
tc ma.I.' at the school.
The most important gift to be presented at the 14th annual
Women's Cancer League cf Miami Beech Luncheon isn't
the favor being examined by league members here. Each
year, the league donates money to Mount Sinai Medical
Center of Greater Miami to be used in the fight against can-
cer, a gift to everyone. Mrs. Melvyne Sommers, league
president, points out that the money raised ihis year will
underwrite the Mount Sinai Tumor Clinic, to be located in
the new Maribel G. Blum Medical Building. Pictured plan-
ning the December affair are, (from left to right) Mrs. Murray
Smithkin, reservations; Mrs. Mel Cutler, gifts; Mrs. Sommers,
and Mrs. Frank Bauer, hospitality, and Mrs. Michael Bright,
luncheon coordinator.
Martin Proposes
Judicial Code
Be Strengthened
William (RillI C. Martin said
this week "the American Bar As-
sociation does not go far enough
!n restricting the off-bench finan-
cial deaiings of judges."
Mr. Martin, past president of
the Dade County Bar Assoc., and
< candidate for Circuit Court
'udge, stated that "there are two
ireas where the proposed new-
code of ethics could be -Ilength-
ened:
"All judges should he required
'o fill' public statements as to
'heir investments and debts.
"Any judge with a financial in-
terest in a case before him should
be reai Ired to disqualify himself
Yin it the attorneys on both sides
approved of the judge remaining
'n the case,
"It is imperative that we take
ill steps necessary to assure com-
">lcte public trust and confidence
in our courts." Martin, a member
>f the Florida Bar Committee on
Judicial Selection, asserted.
Mr. Martin, who called on the
Florida Supreme Court and Flor-
ida Legislature to "adopt the new
iudicial canon of ethics with the
added restrictions on the judges,"
is seeking the Group 8 Circuit
Court judgeship being vacated by
Judge Ralph Cullen. Other candi-
lat.'.s Include Natalie Baskin.
Ralph Ferguson, Patrick Podsaid
and Warren Wepman.
Hillel Schedules
Oriental Film
On Wednesday there "ill h an
oriental dinner at the Hillel Com-
munity Dav School fit 5:30 n.m.
T'idv Bidnick n"d Marilyn Shu-
t>a~k are coc'viiring this affair.
After the dinner, which will b<>
'veparcd bv the members of
Women fo* Hillel. there will be a
feature film on "Jews in the Ori-
ent."
Man Joan and cards will follow
the dinner and film. There will he
a minimum chnr^e for admission
Marilyn Shupack is in charge of
reservations.
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND-
FORTE TOWERS
TRIBUTE BANQUET
honoring
MACCABEE LODGE
NO. 2579 B'NAI B'RITH
AND THEIR HONORED GUESTS
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Mr. and Mrs. Israel Schwartz
Fontainebleau Hotel
Sunday, November 19th, 1972 6:30 P.M.
DANCING ENTERTAINMENT
RABBI HARRY JOLT
Honorary Chairman
GEOkGE N. KOTIN
Banquet Chairmar
for Reservations Contact:
I. VICTOR AMENT-Tel: 672-1650
BILL PINSKER Tel: 673 2569
Ticket Committee Chairmen
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At the recent reception for Israeli pianist David Barenboim,
hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Julian Kreegar. at their North Bay
home, the photographer posed, (from left t-> ririhtl J-dy
Drucker, chairman of Beth Sholom's Great Artists Series,
artist Euqene Massin; Eli Katzin, president of Beth Sholom;
Phyllis Miller, cochairman of Beth Sholom's board of educa-
tion; end Mr. Barenboim. The reception took place after Mr.
Barenboim's concert at Beth Sholom, part of its Great Art-
ists Series program.
AEPhi Alumnae
Founders Day
Luncheon Set
The Alnha Ensi'on Phi A'mtii-
\c-oo:!>tion "f Orator Mia-ii w{V
ho!d its annual ftynrte-*' dav
luncheon Sat'irdnv at 11:30 a.m.
at the Marriott Hotel.
M-s. No^an Brown, natioia1
n-esidpnt will s^^ak on tho m^tn-
in DSi!ir> Pn>'ot will be insta'lcd as
tho now Miami alumnae president
and the pr gram will include a
fashion show by Caprice.
Reservations cochairmen are
Mrs. Edward Camner and Mrs. C.
Gary Zahter.
Other coming events on the Al-
ha Epsilon Phi calendar includ1
a mini auction and brunch to raise
money for the (H|>lllHlll>l>*ll bo>k
scholarship fund at the University
>f M'ami. and a pot luck supper
[or members and their husbands.
Alpha Epsilon Phi has chosen
the Miami area as the site for its
next national convention in June.
1973. The place is the Sonesta
Beach Hotel on Key Biscayne.
League Card Party
The Line In M ami Beach Chan-
ter of the Women's League for Is-
ael will hold a card party Wednes-
day, at 12:30 p.m. at 103 Lincoln
Rd. Club Room (lower lobby*.
Florence Resnick is chapter presi-
dent.
j Scholarship Fund
To Benefit From
JWV Post Gala
Murray Solomon Pot 243 of
Coral fiables. Jewish War Veter-
ans, will smnsor a d:nnor-danec
at the Ho'idav Inn at 2051 Le-
Teune Rd. C->ra' Gables. Saturday.
Nov. 11. at 7 p.m.
Dinno--d->n-e o(,,r,.r.itt<-i> chai-
man Sol Ll">tO*i anno'inoed that
nror-oeds f-om t*e a "air will eo
'o t*>" n^st "-'^'arship fund to
aid college students.
Leon Levin, n~st no*iirr>jr'.der
! said that recont seV>ol3-,sKin f-'ni
rccinients ww Danie' C. Marto'is
a student a* Massaeh'"-otts Insti- i
tute of Technototv. $50^: Marilyn!
Pa-'nick. atterwHne; MivYM-r>fHr'i
J'nior Co"ee. S"00. and Stenha-
r'e L. S^iit1' a student at Bosto"":
University. S2C0.
Guvs 'n Gals Dance
Guvs 'n Gals Dance Cl'b of
Miami is s"onsoring a Halloween
costume ba'l on Saturday at Hibis-
cus Hall, 955 Alton Rd. Starting at
9 p.m., the gala will feature Deeva.
her piano and orchestra.
Speed Up Courts, Says Kendrick
Constable Jay Kendrick said this I
vei k "there's just no jro-d reason
'or many of the siuiatn-s that;
-emit in defendants a~'d witnesses |
in Dad,1 CO'UtS s'-o'vi-.? (.;> f0r a
trial and then being s-nt home
because of a postponement."
Mr. Kendrick. a candidate for
the post <->f clerk or the circuit
court- snH t>at as of the. beTir-
ning of 1973, tho iob he seeks wi''
*p*"ly to ill Daie courts not
'ust circ'it eou-t.
we can't-have modern computer-
ization and common sense coop-
ration," he d-clared. "I'm partic-
ularly concerned about Metro
-ouvt. where thousands of traffic
itn'ions --cmain unserved mean-
ng law abiding citizens carry the
oad for lawbreakers."
"If defindents are innocent, free
UQiin. If they're guilty, put t+iem
>".tiv where they we't molest
law-abiding citizens," the candi-
'';:re. a native Miamian, urged.
Mrs. Rose Gordon, (left) Miami's
[vice mayor, and Mrs. Stanley
I Goldberg, Metropolitan Dade
ICounty Commissioner, were
[among the four women who re-
ceived Woman of the Year
Awards from the Dade Business
land Professional Women's Club
[recently.
iLehediker Far-band
Tho Libediker Branch Farband
[will meet Thursday. Nov. 2 at 8
Ip.ni., at 1231 Washington Ave.
|Paitici|>ating in the evening pro-
|g:am will be Oscar Shapiro and
IFannie Gibson, vice presidents;
[Leon Crnstein, treasurer; Morris
iTamies, parliamentarian; Leon
[April, hospitaler; Manuel Yesner
land Annie Keller, secretaries. The
program will feature a community
ping.
I Mem hership Coffee
G lests and prospective members
[of the Beth Kodesh Synagogue
Sisterhood are welcome to a mem-
[bershlp coffee to t:e held on Thurs-
|day, Nov. 2, at the temple.
[Hostesses for the day are Minnie
iBarkan, Dorothy Chsssner, Sadie
Shucart and Sophie Sklow.
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GREAT ARTISTS SERIES
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Temple Beth Sholom's 30th Anniversary
Four Outstanding Programs 1972-73 Season
HERMAN WOUK
Outstanding Literary Figure
Sunday, November 19, 1972
8:30 P.M.
PINCHAS ZUKERMAN
Israeli Violinist
Sundav.January 7, 1973
8:30 P.M.
RICHARD TUCKER
Metropolitan Opera, leading tenor,
ALAIN LOMBARD
conducting the Miami Philharmonic in a special Anniversar
Concert in honor of Israel's 25th Annversary at the Miam
Beach Auditorium, Sunday, February 1 1, 1973, 8:30 P.M.
MrRIAM FRIED
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1 Friday. October 27, 1972
*Jew ifi FkrUdlian
Page 11-S
Hob Mit^cdt
\\. SCOT* SIXC.K*
r. Scott, son of Mrs. Kleanor
\<. and Myron Singer, will be-
(come Bar Mitzvah Saturday, Oct.;
\ja. at Tcmp'.e Bir.anuEL
Scot! attends Temple Emanu-
Ifc'l Religious School and is an j
J0;,_-IUh _-.a I student at Nautilus
Junior High School. He plays the
Iclarinet
The celebrant will lie honored
vith ;< party at home. His grand-
narents, Mr, and Mis. Al Blumen-
Jlird and Mr. an Isinsor. of New York, will attend '
lilie event.
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GABS .MORRIS
(Ian. son of Mr. and Mrs. Den-
nis Morris, "ill become a Bar Mitz-
vali at Temple Mencah, Satur-'
day morning, Oct. 2H. Gary will
Iso eclebrati his Bar Mitzvah in (
krdnnd with his family next
firing.
The celebrant is an eighth grade
hudrirt al Nautilus Junior High
Scliool.
A Kiddush in Temple Menorah's
iocial hall will fo'low the sendees.
AVDBBA MAI.NIK
Andrea Ii<-tli, daughter of Mr.
bid -M:. Alvin Malnik. will be-
come Hit Mitzvah Saturday, Oct.
it Temple Kmami-KI.
Andrea has attended Temple
Emanu-K! religious schools, and is
in eighth grade student at Nau-
tili* .lunior High School. She >s
cheerleader for N'or-Islo Opti-
kilstfl.
The celebrant will lie honored
iih a luncheon at the Forge Res-
taurant. Her grandmother, Mrs.'
Riith Malnik, will be an honored !
luest,
-T &
I(I.IK WKISS
Julie Ann. daughter of Mr. and '
! Henry Weiss, win |)0 Bat
Mitzvah during 11 am. services
| y. Oct. 2S, at Temple Beth :
.1 Hollywood.
'Ill,' celebrant is a national lion-
I : nt in the eighth grade at
fl ':>! .lunior High School. She
I i' honored by her parents at
|hc On-- Shabbal Friday night.
Ainon^ guests will be her pa-
al grandmother, Mrs. Sadie
"riss, maternal grandoarents, Mr.
y I M s. Jack Rabin. Mr. and Mrs.
t-Unn Kixlish. Mr. and Mrs. Law-
rence Rosenthal. Mrs. Joan Levy.
Danny and Debbie, Mr. and Mrs.
I Robin, Mr. and Mrs. Leon-
ard Rabin and family. Mr. and
Mrs. Gerald Rabin and family. Mr.
hnil Mrs. Samuel Pin^us and fam-
ily. Mrs. Michael Kodish, Mr. and
,'- v..c|jn Mansnnrv, Mrs. Mar-
gin Kssrig, Mr. and Mrs. Seymour
P Mr. and Mrs. R-bert List.
Mr and Mrs. William Colion. Mrs.
Willie Hhlfelder, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Keating, Mr. and Mrs. c'a--
-imcr Lowell, Dr. and Mis. Jem ne
Rub'n, a'l of Florida. Mhs Jill
Paley. Mr. and Mrs. James O'Brien,
and Ms. Charlotte Bituck. all of
Massachusetts.
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SAMI7BL -MIsiiaki.
Saimel Jay, son of Mr. and Mrs.
M:ke Misbael, will l>e called to the
Torah as a Bar Mitzvah Saturday.
Oct. 28, at Temple Or Olom.
A seventh grader at Rockway
Junior High, Sam is a second lieu-
tenant in the school band, where
he plays the French horn. He will
continue his Hebrew studies after
Bar Mitzvah and is a member of
the Confirmation Class of 1974.
Mr. and Mrs. M:shncl will host
the' Oneg Shabbnt Friday evening!
and a Kid-lush lunelvon and re-
ception in their son's honor Satur- j
day afternoon in Temple Or Olam's |
Waldman Hall.
Out of town guests will include
Sam's maternal grandparents. Mr.!
and Mrs. Dave Estrada of Omaha. I
Neb.: Rabbi and Mrs. Harold
Ku.shner and Aaron Zev and Aricla
of Nalick. Mass.. Rabbi and Mrs.!
I\ saeh Sobel and Shira Gila. liana !
and Url of Randolph. Mass. and
Fred Chazan of Canoga Park, Cal.
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ISAAC SEROTTA
Isaac Daniel Serotta will cele- |
hrate his Bar Mitzvah Saturday
morning, Oct. 28. at Temple Israel, j
Isaac, an eighth-grade student (
at Nautilus Junior High School.
where he plays in the concert i
band, was spoiling champion of
his seventh-grade class. He is the
son of Dr. and Mrs. Maurice ,
Serotta ami the grandson of David
Serotta and Mrs. Isaac Levin. The
grandfather for whom he is named
was a founder member and one of
the early presidents of Temple
Israel, as well as a founder of
Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rlth and
I president of Its Fifth District
Grand I.odge,
Family members coming to
Miami for the ceremony include
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Serotta. Sara-
i< ga Springs; Dr. and Mrs. Abra-
ham Pletman, Schenectady; Dr.
ami Mrs, Max Pletman and Mr.
and Mrs. Moritz Strauss, Yonkers.
N. Y and Mr. and Mrs. Ell
Schonberger, White Plains, N. Y.
ADAM KI.BAI'M
Adam, son of Mr. and Mrs. Law-
1 rence Flbaum. 7121 SW 22nd St..
will be called to the Torah in bon-
I or of his Bar Mitzvah Saturday
morning, Oct. 28, at Temple Beth
Tov. He will also conduct the serv-
ice Friday evening.
Adam is in the eighth grade at
Cory Morris
Isaac Serotta Samuel HMshael R. Scott Singer
Julie Weiss
Andrea Malnik
West Miami Juni r H'tth S boo'.
He is a member of the Khoury
League, and receive 1 an award in
physical education in the annual
Field Day Events.
At the conclusion of the Friday
evi rung services Ad-en will he
honored at the Oneg Shabbat
hosted by his parents, his four,
older brothers and younger sHter.
A Kiddush will follow the Satur-
day ceremony and a recent ion at
the Elbaum home is slated for
that evening.
Among {wests will be relatives
Airs. Ma-y Stein and Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Stern.
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WILLIAM Al.Ti'iKi.n
Wi'l'am Ira I Billy i Altfield will
celebrate his Bar Mitzvah Satur-
day, C t. 2S. at Beth David Con-
gregation.
The celebrant is the son of M".|
and Mrs. Perry Altfield, 2201 SW
'tstii Place anri grandson of Mrs.
Ray Ginsberg. He will be feted t
a reception to be held in his horr
Bllly is in the eighth grade at
Rockway Junior High Scliool ar I
in the Hebrew grade of Hay-Vov
at Beth David Religious School!.
He plays trumpet in his school
symphonic band, belongs to the
debating team and the varsity
chess club, and is a Student Cou -
ell representative. He is also <
member of the Beth David Juni
Choir and 'he Cantor's Club.
The General Counts His Biases
Israel's President Zalman Shazar (left) looks at the dup-
licate of a Tallis he will receive as a gift from the Wilkes-
Barre Jewish Community Center and thanks Seymour
Hefter, educational director of the JCC, who was in Israel
tor a JWB-sponsored seminar on Jewish Program Ma-
terials. The 100th Tallis to be woven by Wilkes-Barre
ICC members was made especially for President Shazar
in honor of Israel's 25th anniversary but was damaged
in the flood when tropical storm Agnes struck the commu-
nity where Mr. Shazar's sister lived for 30 years. Looking
on is Mordecai Bar-On, chairman of the Youth and He-
chalutz Department of the World Zionist Organization,
with which JWB cooperates in a number of projects re-
luted to Israel and world Jewry.
By ROBERT K. BEtiAL
(A Sevan Arts Feature
Hundreds of sermons and lec-
tures on prejudice have failed to
iar millions of hard-bitten haters
free of their glued-in bigotry. But
the terrible-tempered unpredictable |
Cen. Idi Amin of I'ganda has, by
his stunning example of bullhead-
ed treatment of those who sought
to bo his friends, put it all to-'.
getber. If the inno:onls of the
world haven't, up to now. grasped
the meaning of prejudice running
wi'd. they have it smashing them
right in the face these days
thanks to the Uganda connection.
Oen. Idi Amin, the President-1
Dictator of Uganda, is having a
tield day with his irresponsible
handling of Jews, American visi-
tors. Asians, and a host of others
be has decided to dislike. The gen-
eral ha- come down with a severe
case of xenophobia hatred of
"foreigners.'"
Wienl Text
The general his a weird text. It
bears quoting with accuracy:
'Germany is the right place when
Hitler was the prime minister and
supreme commander; he burned
over (i million Jews. 'Phis is be-
cause Hitler and all German peo-
ple knew that Israelis are not peo-
ple who are working in the Inter-
est of people of the world, and
that is why they burned the Is-
raelis alive with gas in the soil of
Germany."
Apparently promptod by ad-
visors and allies of Libya who
were smart enough to know Gen.
Amin was '.retting history scram-
bled, the mad man of Uganda
skinned bark a day or two late*
by declaring he nwt'l against the
Jews per >e. just against the
Zionists.
How irt'er co"].-' hn"c tortured
Israelis wfWl the State Of Israel
was born after the Fuehrer's mur-
derous malevolence is hard to un-
derstand. But never mind. Gen.
Amin refns.-s to let such smnl'
historical details deter him. He
is hell bent tn clear Uganda of
"foreigners"; and if a bit of re-
visionism for bis history wi'l help
his cause, why revisionism it is.
What an asi'rnmBnl be has
taken on: Recntt" a n-oto-torat"
of Great Britain. Uganda achieved
its independence only 10 .veal's
On*look Inipresswe
ago. Revo't is "o stranger t > the
land of 10 million nron'w Milton
Obotc se'zed ixrwer In 1986. only
to have Gen. Amin unseat him in
1971.
A nntion n<-t as large as Co'o
-a-lo l!"a'vla is i'' large*! coffee
prod 'Cer In the British Commnn-
vea'tb. and. thanks to its proxim-
ity to Lake Victoria, the nation
has a trom-ndo"s electric power
potential. Its out'ook for growth
and t-a^e expansion are impres-
sive. But
Uganda has benefited hv Is-
rael's own Marsbo'l Plan and now
ha* exa*>erated Jews tt'rousrhoul
the world along with millions who
find Amin's habit of championing
Hitler's fiendisliness utterly re-
pugnant. Amin's government has
accepted the benefactions of the
U.S. Pea?e Corps, but can't very
well expect Washington to go
along with his unpredictable and
capricious ways. He has profited
by the presence al-o of many able
Asians: but now he has moved to
expel them. Xenophobia a se-
vere case of it is Amin's sick-
ness.
Grand Opera Concert
Fight of Marbtny's art-singers
will appear in a grand opera con-
cert and song recital at the Fi-
nancial Federal. 7S5 Washington
Ave. Safr-- benefit r tho Sv*W On*M Sw1 >tv
Vet Amin is not alone In hatr-.l
of those who differ from him i
speech, skin color, language, or
culture. Nor is he alon" in hia
need to trj to prove his own -
apriority by the handy process of
: downgrading others.
One vast difference in Amin's
rase of bigotry Is that up to now
it was the Hitlers of the world and)
other racists sharing his bi lie -
who had insisted that one had to
he h'end and blue-eyed to clai n
i superiority. Amin doesn't mi
I those requirements. But perhaps
I ;f extremists in both camps cou t
; debate it nut. we m'shl be on t, i
! way to dePatlng some wild kfc M
1 -rcunde'l in deeTV^eotCd mlsCi "-
1 si>'i,.s ->n.! i,-e indices.
IEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDAE'S COURT
IN ANO FOR
DADE C.nilMTV. Cl ORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 7->-S"04
P1IMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
tn i:i-: Bwtate of
Pnye 1 :ui.i-
| I. .! ll
To All rredltorw nml Ml PrrHons II
Ins Claims or Demanda Asalnal Bald
Estate:
Vou sre li.-n iiy notified and re-
quired i" present any elnlniH and de-
nMiidH wlii.li >"u may have anUnal
ih,' eatate of Paye l.n.i.r deceased
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
County Judge* ..f Dade County, and
lit,, the vain,- in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 73S.I8, Florida Stat-
utes, in iliclr offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
within si\ calendar months from Hi"
lime '.t* Mi.' first publication hereof,
or the same will t'r barred.
Dated al Miami, Florida, thla H'
day >( viol" r. An I'Tj
ANN HIR8CH
As Bixocutrlx
First publication ..f this notice on
the 27 day ..f i Iclober, 1972
Marx M Faber
Attorney f..r Executrix
Mi Alnsley Building
Miami. Florida
in 27 II S-10-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Cate No. 72-21913
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
MAMIE LACBER UltVANT
wife,
vs.
lOAltl. BRYANT
huaband,
you, KAtti. ititYANT. tens Bruce
Road, Rookway, N Vork, are no-
ttfled to aarva a copy of your answer
In Dissolution of Marriage filed
aaainat you. on wife's attornej
lOEOROB MICHOLA8, $12 N.W. ISUl
Avenue, Miami, Florida IS13C, and file
original wiili Clem .. thla Cowl on
or before November i". IS7J, olher-
W is,- the 1 ilssolulion of Mai rial:- Will
i... confeased by you.
DATED: Oct. 24. I!'7:'
K. I! LEATHERMAN, Clerk
By: C. C Al.KXAXI >ER, I1 I
(Circuit Court Beat)
in 27 11 $-10-17
LEGAL NOTICE
I IN THE COUNTY JUPPE'S COUFT
IN AMO FOR
DADE COUNTY. Fl ORIDA
IM PROBATE
No 8?oV7. B t 'o-ln* Oowiinql
I NOTIC7 OF INTFNTIOM TO MAUt
APPLIf.lTION FOR ois-rpipi iTICN
AMD FINAL DISCHARCE
iv i |.; .
ii'-v.i v'l'v FIJI si! ::i:
i......! >1
\iitii-i-: i~ i > -i.\ liv.-ii thi
have filed our Final Report and Pi -
i inn for Dlti Ibuiion and Final r i -
chai......i* (>- N.-'iior< of ;!'
of BEXJAMIN i"i:i .-.111:1:. deceasi I:
nn'l thai "- the $lh day of N'ovemh
' 1972 v III apply l" the I I nor |1
;(...it\ Judar* of Dade Countj Fl -
Ida, for itnirnvnl "f said Fh Repi c
; ami that on the l'.iiIi day of Vovemb
,.1,;,.._< as Executors of thi esti
of the above-named decedent Tl
1:11.1 il^iv of 1 i.tolr. 1972.
OEOTtOE FBI BHE 1
ROBE l-'l'i'tis
11 \i:ni i RHAPIRO
HAROl n SHAPIRO
' \t.f.iti.\
:.27 I .11 .an Road
, Miami Beach, Fin 33139
;n 27 11 ::-!-1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY 'UN EN 1
the undersigned, desiring to engngi
business under the flctltlout nam
Vll.l.Ai "'I'.'is REALTY at RIM N
1st SI Miami. Fta. 3312$ Intends
register said name with Ihe Clerk
Hi, Circuit Court of Dade Coui
Florida.
MKll'EL, A. \ ll.l.AI"i:"S
la 27 II 3-11
I it
f
.W.
tn
r
y.
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
fOR MUSENGH itkVKl
fJewisti tterKtiMfr
solicits your legt! notices
We appreciate your pu-
tronaye and guarantee ac
curate service at ijeal
rates.
Dial 373-460S
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN 1 t
the undersigned, desiring .....ngasi
In business under the flctltloun
,,f 1 \ PI'ERTA l'i;i- sin. 1 i-V'it i
at loss \\. u--11 St.. Hlaleah, Fla
t.-tnts 10 register said nam. with It
Clerk of the Clr< uit Court ..i 1' I
County, Florida.
LUIS M OONZAI.EZ
10/37 11 I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-4368
In RE Estate of
HARRY lil.VSBBRO,
|i, ,,,,s,.,l
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and \U Pei
Ing Claim.- .a Demanda Agalusl s- i
Estate:
Vou an 1 n by 1 ':' 0 1 requ
, which you may have aguiiiM Ihi
lat. of II ARRY (5INSI BIK I Dei
lat,- .a Dade County, Florida, to '! a
Count) Jui es of Dade 1
ril, ih.- same .....1 1
Vtded in Becl..... .': 3.1S. Floi Ida I
tea, in their offices In. tl 1 "ou r
1 'out il nuse in 1 inile I nui t! Fli
\, itiiin dar months from :'"
1 mi .,1 ihi in -1 ublli 1 1 hi
01 he same w ill be barn
Dated al Miami, Florida, thli
,la\ of October, K.V
MRS, EDITH HINSBERO
1 administratrix
l-'irsi publication of this notici i
the 2nth day of ictober, 1972
Fromberg. Fromoergj & Roth, P A.
\i lorne) for Admiiilatrati i\
Bulte M-192, 'iisiovn. Building
10/20-37 11 3


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recent recenticr.
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Mn '-.-lieu RPBtttjei tcdc-vvr.r Cm cd-Thcc::-. rer.rert by
-' Bonafaaki ftom let tr : -h: e Ma Leaaavd Millar,
Mn. faSaa Kiaeaai Ma Dora) Dradna end Mis, laSai
Ser.
Ar BUB G. Cohen, chairinon of
the board and chief executive
officer oi Aries Reeky end
Development Corp.. will be
the cues' c: honor at the cn-
BOOi We.rer.ar- Dinner to be
held in New York on Nov. 20.
He will be honored for his
contributions to the Amerirar.
community, pcrc ruler".-.- h:;
services to the cdvar.eejr.-
ot scenre edurcdrr. ond tr
the State cf Israel ace.
to Abraham Femberc chair-
men oi the board cf the Amer-
ican Committee tor the Weii-
mann Institute cz Science, un-
der whose auspices the din-
ner will be held.
nation to the Mount Sinai Me-::;. Center
placed theu morning coffee break Steve
cresident of the Comer Bani
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rice president, and Lutr.r.r Ssraai
acting 10 make his blood dona:.:- st:.-.:
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hie-saving fluii
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executive vice president Abel
in constant search tor ~"
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bcr.c-_ of NLami's Commtrwe en E-elegy and Beau ihrc-
ttcn. BouVt: r-.d cv-.c leader E Albert Pchot leh was
hoc.cred by the City of Miami raid the ecmm_r.ee as he ac-
cepted a reretd crea-ring 11th term as rh comer. 0, BM
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Friday. October 27, 1972
V'-JeMst! fhricfihr?
Page I3-B
LE6AL NOTICE
.., TITFCOUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
,N,NMAND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
'FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-5257
in RE: Estate of
&RAHAM COHEN
-a ABE COHBN
^"notice TO CREDITORS
t ill Creditor* and All Persons Hnv-
I .(lain'- or Demands Against Said
'yi'u an hereby notified and requlr-
,i |o pretenl any claim* and demand*
;,i..,.i, you nuv have ngnlust the es-
Lirf ABRAHA*e>*rHBN a*It
AHE COHEN deceaaed late of Dade
Florida to the County Judges
>( Dad' County, and (lie the same In
lUDllcate and as provided In Section
'\t Florida Statutes, in their of-
', |n the County Courthouse In
>ade County, Florida, within six
.ilendai month* from the time of the
i'i-.-i publication hereof, or the same
lVjU he ban 'l
rjtted al Miami. Florida, this
,v ,,f ( n I., i. AD. 1!>72.
IIII E>"E OREEXWAT.D
HARRIET PREXTIS
v- Bxecutrlcea
Fir-i publication ot this notice
. >th id of October, 1972.
IRK SILVERSTEIN
Mtorne> for Bxecutrlcea
unco: Road,
li.imi Be Florida
10 20-27 11/3-10
LEGAL NOTKE
U
on
[|N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-5258
RE: Eatati "f
tOSE /. COHEN
Dfceaai d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All Creditor* and All Persons Hav-
ng Claima or Demands Against Said
[state:
Vnu are !. reby notified and requir-
ed tn present any claims and demands
iliu'h you may have against the eR-
| : l:"Si: 7.. COHEX deceased
i? nf Dade County. Florida, to the
ounly Judges of Dade County, and
Bl' tlic flame in duplicate and a* pro-
lided In Section 733.16. Florida Stat-
Ihelr offices In the County
lourthousi In I'ade County. Florida,
piiliin m\ calendar months from the
Be "i ihe first publication vreof,
the Bame will be barred.
Iliaie.l at Miami. Florida, this 16th
fcv of '' tober, AH l78,
HELEN'S OREENWALD
HARRIET PRENTIS
As Executrlces
| First publication of this notice on
tftth 'lav of October, 1978,
ARK SN VERSTEIN
Ittornev for Executrlces
}i Lincoln Road,
liaml Beach, Florida
_______________10/20-27 11/3-10
THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-4409
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
RE k late of
H.V II:VINO. BELL
11.....ed.
' All Creditor! and All Persons Hav-
Clalma or Demands Against Said
Itate:
lYnu
aired ti
pillils V
esta
eea*i d
to
nty,
IP- and
irida
Cnuntj Courthouse In bade Coun-
Florlda, within six calendar
n the time of the first
I" ii nf. or tlic same will
red,
Miami Florida, this
: '' to!" -, ad. 1972,
lianii ii, Elisabeth Hishop
As Executrix.
rind publication of this notice
-T das of October, 1972.
kYDEK. VOUNO & STERN
irneys for Petitioner
N i: 164th Street
firth Miami Reach. Florida 33162
10/27 11/3-10-17
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. 7221293
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
JACKIE EDWARDS,
Petitioner,
and
STEVEN' I.ELAN EDWARDS,
Respondent.
TO: Steven I.elan Edwards
East College Avenue
Holly Springs. Mississippi 3863.-.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you arc required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it
on JOEL D. ROHHISH. attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 2825 Oak
Avenue, Suites IS & 16. Coconut
Grove, Florida, and file the original
with the clerk of the ahove styled
court on or before N'ovemher 27. 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 FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the *eal of
snld court at Miami, Florida on this
16 day of Oct.. 1972.
B. B. LEATHERMAN
A* Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade Count v. Florida
By it. mii.es
A* Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Saall
'GET, D. RORRISH
2825 Oak Avenue Suites IS & 16
Coconut Grove. Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
10/20-27 11/3-10
LEGAL NOTKE
LEGAL NOTKE
I
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OD7EN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Gt'APO at 5135 X W. 2nd Street.
Miami, Fla. intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida,
JOSE VII.I.AR
10/20-27 11/3-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name o( ,
TKP ASSOCIATES at 633 NB 161
Street, X. Miami Beach Intends tn
regie: the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
. Teresa Goulden
10/6-18-20-27

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SEP./ICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT C^IIRT ^vc T"E
ELEVENIH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLOR'DA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-19072
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
ESTRE1 I .A G. CAHBALLIDO
PA RIM)
Petitioner
a'o'l
NOTfOT IS HEREBY. GIVEN that JOSE WATrTA CARBAT.7.HX1
the undersigned, desiring to engage ...
business under the lictilious name of
CENTER CAB OF DADE COUNTY at
7441 Wa*-ne Avenue, Apt. 14E, Miami
Beach, Florida 33141 Intends to regist-
er said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
KAIMV RUBIN
ROBERT II. BURN'S
Attorney for Karin Rubin
420 Lincoln Rd.
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
10/10-20-27 11/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of C and L COFFEE SHOP at 35
Xortheaat 17th Street, Miami, Florida
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
IXH'IS WOI.LA.IAN
GEORGE GILBERT
Attorney for Owner
10/20-27 11/3-10
re hereby notified and re-
present any claims and de-
li ich you may have against
of JOHN IRVING BELL
l.ne of Dade County, Flor-
in County Judges of Dade
and file the same In dupli-
. provided in Section 733.16,
ii lutes, in their offices in
18
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-?'B08
ACTION FOR DISSOl UTION
OF MARRIAGE
IX RE: THE .MARRIAGE OF
SOXIA CHIX. Wife
and
JOHX CHIX. Husband
TO: JOHX CHIN
Residence Is unknown
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 Peti-
tioner, whose address Is Ml N W. 12tll
Ave., Miami. Fla.. and file the original
with the clerk of the above styled
court on or before Dec. I. II'TJ: other-
wise a default will lie 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 FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami, Florida, on
this 24 day of Ocl 1972.
E. B. I.EATHERMAX.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By R. M. KI88EE
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
DAVID E. STONE
Attorney for Petitioner
101 N.W. 12th Ave.
Miami. Florida
Attorney fcr Petitioner
in :- ii 3-10.17
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. 72-21284
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
JOSE RAMON PITA
and
IXOCEXCIA DAXIA PITA-IOPEZ
TO: IXOCEXCIA DANIA PITA-
LOPEZ
Calle 36 No. 722. Entre 17 y 7th
Mlramar, Havana. 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 Max A. Goldfarli. attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is Suite
414 Blscayne Building. 19 West Flag
lor Street. Miami. Florida 28180, and
file the original wilh the clerk of 'he
above styled court on or before No- :
vember 27. 1972; otherwise a default ;
will he entered aga'nst you for the j
relief demanded in the complaint or
petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for fou* consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
16 day of October, 1972.
E. B. I.EATHERMAX.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By C. P COPEI AND
As Deputy Clerk
(Cir,.u|t Court Sea 11
MAX A CH il DFARB
4M Blscayne Building, 19 Weal
Flagler Street, Miami. Florida 33130
Attorney for Petitioner
l 80-27 11/3-10
PA It Do
Respondent
TO: JOSE MARIA CARBALLJDO
PARDO
Vellarde 211 between
San Carlos & Compostelas
Matanzas, 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 Gulllermo Sostehin, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 101 X.W.
12 Avenue, Miami. Fla. 3312S, and file
tlic original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before 3rd
Nov., 1972: otherwise a default will
he entered against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or peti-
tion.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive week*
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITXESS my hand and the seal nf
said court at Miami, Florida on this
16 day of Sept., 1972.
E. B. I.EATHERMAX,
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By R. MILES
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
STONE & SOSTCHIX
101 X.W. 12 Avenue
Miami. Fla 3312^
Attorney for Petitioner
10/6-13-20-27
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-?r34
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIACIB OF ,
VAl'I.I'ERK ojrt.IAXA
MCQUEEN, Wife
and
claude wool mow Mcyi i ':x.i! ;
Husband
TO: CLAUDE WOODROW
MCQUEEN
21 DEANERY' AVE
KINGSTON 3. JAMAICA WT
YOU ARE HEREBY N'iTIFTED
that an actio-n for Dissolution -if 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. BTONE, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 101 x w.
12th Avenue. Miami. Fla. 33118, and
file the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or befor- No-
vember 6, 1!'72; otherwise a default
Will 1,.- entered against you for the
relief demanded in the complaint or
petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week fur four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the teal
nf said curt at Miami. Florida on
this .... day "I" o,i. 3. 10-2.
E. B LEATHERMAN,
A- Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florid i
By C. M. BEAPRE
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Couet Seal)
DAVID D STONE
STONE SOSTCHIX
loi N.w 12th Ave.
Miami. Fla I
Attorney for Petitioner
in '6-1J-50.J7
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-21290
RE:
Ktltlon of
RKNE SCAREZ GRAY
and
IAVID GRAY
NOTICE
|w. Lmi Una Suarez Venegas
Apartado Aereo 16762
Bogota, Colombia.
South America
You are notified that the above-
d Petitioners, IRENE SUAREZ
KAY and DAVID GRAY, have filed
Petition in the above-styled Court
r the adoption of the minor children
limed in that petition and you are
pn.m.,:!..i i0 8erve a copy of your
trilten defenses, if any, on Stephen
Raskin, Petitioner's attorney,
ose address is 7200 Bird Road, P O
ox 7602. Miami, Florida 33155. on or
ftore Nov. 27. 1972, and file the
jminal with the Clerk of this Court
[tlier before service on Petitioner's
Forney or immediately thereafter:
tier wise a default may be entered
Kainst you for the relief demanded
the Petition.
pviTXESS my hand and seal of the
yun at Miami. Florida, this 16th day
October, 1972.
E B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
by: R. MILES
... Deputy Clerk
Lircuit Court Seal)
10/20-27 11/3-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
T'CE is HEREBY GIVEN that
undersigned, desiring to engage In
nft* und'r 'he fictitious name of
i S STONiE ORNAMENTAL at
" 6th Ave., Hlaleah. Fla. in-
to register Bald name with the
* f the Circuit Court of Dade
"n'y, Florida.
MARIO RODRIGUEZ 50%
CARLOS VILLAR 50%
10/27 11/3-10-17
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-5292
FRANK B. DOWLINQ
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
NAT L WILLIAMS
Deceased.
To All Creditor* 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 NAT L. WILLIAMS de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same in duplicate and
a* provided in Section 733.16, 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, this 19th
day of October. A.D. 1972.
SARAH WIL-LJAMS
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 27 day of October. 1972.
8PAHBER, ZEMEU ROSKLN AND
HEILBRONNER P. A.
Attorneys for Executrix
100 N. Blscayne Boulevard
Mian,.. Florida 33132 ^^
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of CORAL APTS. at 7435-45 Harding
Avenue, Miami Beach. Fla. Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida. ____
- WOLF GARGEXBERO
JOSEF GAROENBEKO
ABRAHAM WEISSBARD and
MIRIAM WEISSBARD, his wife
Myers, Kaplan, Porter,
I.evinson & Ken in
Attorneys for applicants
1150 S.W. 1st Street
Miami. Fla. __ .
10/27 11/3-10-17
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-4958
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
In RE: EBstl......f
EVA F M08KOWITZ
Hiceaaed
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO ALL PERSON'S INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT
Y'ou 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 the said Court. Y'ou are hereby
commanded within six calendar
months from the 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. PASTORFIELD
Clerk
Edwin M Oinsburg. Esq.
Myers. Kaplan, Porter,
Levlnson & Kenin
Attorneys for the Executor
1150 Southwest 1st Street
Miami. Florida 33130
First publication of this notice on
the 20 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. 72-3312
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
SOLOMON LEIMAS
Deceased.
To All Creditors and AU Persona 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 SOLOMON LEIMAS de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same In duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse in 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, this 19
day of October, A.D. 1972.
Sylvia Fourman
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 27 day of October, 1972.
Arnold Fein
Attorney for Executrix
420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Fla.
10/27 11/3-10-17
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 of
LLOYD M HUTCHISON, Husband,
and
DALE F. HUTCHISON. Wife
TO: DALE F HUTCHISON
9909 Bramell
Detroit. Michigan 48239
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai 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 anv to it on
MARTIN S. SAXoN, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is 1461 N.W.
17th Avenue. Miami. Fla. 18185, and
file the original with the Clerk of the
above styled court on or before Nov-
ember 27. 1072. otherwise a default
will be entered against you for the re-
lief demanded In the complaint or
petition.
Thi- notice shall be oubllshed once
each week fur four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WIXES8 in- hand and the seal of
laid courl al Miami. Florida on ibis
'i la) of (iitnlier 1972.
E B I EATHERMAX,
As Clerk, Ircult Court
Dade County, Florida
By: C P Ci iPELAND
As Deputy Clerk
(Clri uit i 'Hurt Seal)
MAR! IN S SAXON
: 161 X.W 17th Avenue
Miami, Florida :'"lJ".
Phom I -:>713 >
Attorney for Petitloi i
I07W 27 11/3-10
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. 72-21738
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
KAREN AXDREWS,
Petitioner,
and
AARON AXDREWS, JR.,
Respondent
TO: AARON ANDREWS. JR.
1052 Boynton Avenue
Bronx. New Y'ork
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 MARTIN GREENBAUM, attorney
for Petitioner, whose address Is 825
Arthur Godfrey Road. Miami Beach.
Florida, and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court on or
before November 29. 1972; otherwise
a default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the com-
plaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
20 day of October. 1972.
E. B. LEATHBatMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
I ?adc County. Florida
By U SNBEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Martin Greenbaum. Esq.
825 Arthur Oodfrey Road
Miami Beach, Florida 33140
Attorney for Petition^ ^^
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
FI.ORIDA LANDOWNERS SER-
VICE BUREAU at 15720 N.E. 15
Avenue. North Miami Beach, Florida
intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
KENNETH KASHA 100%
10/20-27 11/3-10
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-4905
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In TIE: Estate of
SHIRLEY KOMITO
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said;
Estate:
Y'ou are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of SHIRLEY KOMITO de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida.
to ili. County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same In duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.16. Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 3 day
of Oct., A.D. 1972.
Jack Komito
Jack M. Fink
As Executors
First publication of this notice on
the 6th day of Oct.. 1972
FAUNCE. FINK & FORMAM
Attorneys fur Executors
15"2 Congress Bldfc.. Miami. Fla.
JO 'fi-1o--"--<
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N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1958
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CheiDITORS
in RE: Estate "t
E\ y P MOSKOWITZ
To All Creditors and All Persons. Hay-
ing Claims "i Demands Agantst saia
, .,., hereby notified and re-
,1 in ..., sent an) claims and de-
man.Is which you may have au-amst
the estate nf Eva F. Moskowlti de-
. ed late of Dade County, Florida,
t., the County Judges "f Dade Conn-
ty and ill.- the same iii duplicate and
as provided In Section 788.16, Florida
Btatutes, In their offices m the t oun-
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, this 28
day of September, A.D. H72.
Julius P.. Moskowlti
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the tith day of October, 1978.
Edwin M. Ginsburg, Esq.
Myers, Kaplan, Porter, .*
Levinson & Kenin JJ)
Attorneys for Executor t
1150 S.W. 1st Street
Miami, Florida, 33130
10/e-'S-20-27
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLOF1DA
IN PROBATE ;
No. 72-5090 .
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS \
In RE: Estate of
SAMUEL TAXIN
Deceased.
To AU Creditors and All Person* Hav-
mg 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 SAMUEL. TAXIN de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same in duplicate
and as provided in Section 733.16,
Florida Statutes, in their offices in
the County 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 5
day of October. A.D. 1972.
LOUIS H. TAXIN
HARRY M. TAXIN
As Executors
First publication of this notice on
the 13 day of October, 1972.
SPARHER, ZEMEL, ROSKIX AND
HEILBRONNER. P.A.
Attorneys for Executors
100 N. Blscayne Boulevard
Miami, Florida 33132
10/13-20-27 11/3


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UCAl NOTICE
'
UCAL NOTICE

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-?0335
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
N \\i"Y ROnRKH'EZ ^ '
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and
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTtCK IS H&REBV GIVRN that
iht- uihU-isiemt'I. dextrine lo encage In '.
liusinesa under Ihe fletiUott* m me of|
TEXTATIOX LTD al St* N.W. -*ih
si. Miami, Florida Intends < recta-
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ida
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBaIE
No. 72-4/66
ARTHUR W. PR'MM
NOTICE TO CRED'IORS
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hualneaa under the flrtitKaaa aaane of
PINK TREE IN'lilSTKiAl. PARK .it
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-463".
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Albert It l-aboxi
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
V.-u I '' :
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>..u ind requir-
maud*
nhh'h >"U may hi vi ..l..!:.- !.
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Dated ..i Miami, Florida, thia SSlh
da) : 8ept< mlier. A.I) .
KKU.A I.AI'iiU
A- Executrix
FinU publication of thi* n..-.i. >:,
Ihi 6th da] i ( O tobi r, I9TS.
RERAI I) Sll \ HUMAN
Attorney f..r K\. ii" \
Jl Roberta Building. Miami
111 i-.-i::.J..-.-T
Obituaries
JACK M. FINK

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NOTICE OK ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
iNO PROPERTY)
l\ THE C.RCUIT COURT OF THE
E-EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CiVIL ACTION NO. 72.19625
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
).\ RE
RIO \ .I 1'KI.H I
And
"E '- PEL.HAM, Mu-i .,!..!.'
'. i BRUCE A I'KI.IIA.M.
Ri aidem L'aknonn
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-20164
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE
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IN THE COlNTV JJOOC'S COi-RT
IN AND rOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-4957
FRANK B DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE I -
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By Edw in M Ulnaburs, Baq.
Attorni itor

Miami. Kluridn
:
Services Thursday
For Miami Beach
Attorney Jack Fink
Ja ,l< M. Kink 58, ;i reaidpril o!
Miarr for -"' vears 0 24 at Miami Heart Institute
. Ions Illness
Mr. Kink, a wcii-known Miarc
Reach .it-..-n.'\. came h*re from
' Xo'i. ho received his A B
' id nnrl J.D rtecrre* from the
Universft) of Nebraska, and was
a member of the Dark? County Bar
Association and ih- American
Trial Ia.i\ Association.
A World Wjr II veteran, Mr.
Kink was av \i led five battle stars
and thi' Bronze Star Award.
An a n mherof B'nai B'rith,
^ -v.-< n< nr ddent <>f th'
Miami Ba South Florida Council of Men's
B'nai B'rith Lodges, B'nai B'rith
Youth Organization hoard of di-
rectors, an I tho Anti-Defamation
League Council of South Florida.
Funeral services under tho di-
rection of Riverside Memorial
Chapels, were to lx> held Thurs-
day at "J p.m. in Temple Beth
Sholom, 4144 Chase Ave M i n
Beach, where Mr. Kink was a
president; Interment was to
in Lakesid lemorial Pa k
Sin \ i\*ors include his
ite Ca la Kink ol
Louis 15. Finkelstein ol Lincoln.
\ Los An-
e'.es. Cali
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Services Held For
Morris Pepper, 71
Sei vices for Morris Pepiwr. 71.
B resident of Miami since 1924,
were held this week at Gortion
Kuneral Home.
Mr. Pepper, of 16JC. S\v 17th
St.. tlied Saturday in Cedars of
I.i kin.m hospital.
Mr. Pepper, a native of Provi-
dence, R. I., came to Miami from
Gainesville. Fla. He was active
ip manv civic organizations and
i was a life member of the YMHA
\ and of the Elks Miami Lodpe
' No. 948. He was also a member
of James Carnell Lodge No. 223.
the Mahi Temple ami a member
nl the Beth El synagogue.
Survivors include his wife. Fan-
nie: a son. Arthur; two daughters.
Mrs. White and Mrs. Markinson:
GREENWOOD
Jvhtel, 17*' Jam*** Av^ime, ^, 1
nway September ^'"iii Wa* :i r-*-i-
fmin \u Tork City. Surviv-t" ty
wit*- Etta, fi\> children, nm-
rlren. two kt-*-;*! Km nd children
nd B i .-..-. ii *
in N-w Torfc
FINK
OANE. Solomm ST, of Ml.im B<
BALER. William. 19, uf X.rth Miami
I., vlll
ROBIN. S:iniu.-! I ftO, <.f Mi.iini
Beai h i:i\ ersidr In lei i:-.- Ml
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SCHREIBER. Hnn U NU"
1'ith Avt Gordon
SOLOR. llroivi It TI !" Holly.....1
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GRASS. Dabrlel, 78, 1SS0 Co||ln>.
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GLASSER. Herman W B7. of
Bay lir |llnb< rg
LOWENTHAL. !...- M, ( ".
Colllrm X\ lil.i.-l-.
FRANKLIN. Brolly 1'.. rk. :-. ..f
.Miami P.. .i<-! tUtrcralifo. Iniennenl
Ml. Ni-Ih.
friend. Lawrence, : .-i Holl) -
(rood I \ in
I koerner. Abraham l. IS, <
Miami li Ben K *.i-i.l-
lachs. Leon, M. Miami Bcaok
Riverside
posnick. Stanley. f Miami
asie Rarah, M ..r Miami Bearlt
Levitt
.I... k .\i -,.. ,.r Miami ;...
away Taemliy. ii.i. .i x "'
reeldent f..i mi r|j I I
;.- .i prominent attorni i ,,".' .
president ol Tempi. I
rradnati of the fnlver, ;,,'.'
t.r:.-k:i Wher- h. ,,-
Ul. R and J.D ilegre,
rhefhtwr ..f u.<- T A--, elation ami th. \.
I.auv.r- \
in B'nai r.'ii-h work ai d
i..t of the Miami Bea. h | ..,.',"'
Profennonal and Rui ,
served on the Exi uiiv. i-,,n
f tliH Antl-Defamai
. ":,i presldei Ml m |w
I Ledae B'nai trrlth. i..,-r i-..,irf,
South Florida Com
B-rlth lodav* ""'
B'rith ^.uth Dnrai
directors f! term-.: ,,.,- ,,..
kntl-De' -mailon I ... mil numil rj
s..uth Klorida: thlnl rjt i ,ij
:...|..l of M.-..I Zal
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LEGAL NOTKE
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File No. 72 A 402
k-OTlCK IS HEREBY arVTOJ that
art & Pearl Mrelthart holder of
lUnlv Tax Sale Certificate No. 715
Sd ,i- Isl (toy of June, A.f>. MTO.
, filed MUM III my OfflOe, and hHH
i, application tor a tax deed lo
,.u..i thereon. Said Certificate
embrace" the following described
Lroperty In th. County of Dade. State
If Florida, to-wlt: __
1/its I & 2 Block '!">. Moral Park
l-i Amd I'lat Hook 8 Page 5 In
ihe County of Dade, state of Flor-
Thl* deed win be laawed subject to
II other outstanding: delinquent City
Miami taxeii and 1971 County taxes
Ln>] y-rx-i City of Miami taxes and
|ens.
The sesessmeni of said property
Ujder 'h' Wild certificate wan in the
line of: Lewie N. Kinsey & w
mrlle
riil'-.-s paid certificate shall he ro-
ll... ''! n.....rding to law. tlie prop-
Crty described herein x\- i tt be sold to
\n.- highest bidder for cash at the
ovrthouae door on the first Monday
i the month of November, 1872,
thick Is the 8th day of November,
i- 29th day of September,
i: i: LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court,
I lade 'ounty, Florida.
Bj P GUI.DBTRAND, D.C.
fir.uit Court Seal
10/8-11-20-27
LEGAL NOTICE
LECAl NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File No. 72 A 533
|NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
le At ii tiardiner holder of County
\ Sale Certificate No, 7868 issued
1st day of June, A.D. lw"n has filed
lie In mi office, and has made np-
illnn fi ii tax deed to be issued
reon Said Certificate embraces
follow int described property in
: Dade, State of Florida
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
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IX HE:
ARMINDO SANCHEZ;
Husband,
and
<( >N< KI'CION SAM 'HEZ,
Wif..
TO: Conception Sanchei
No. -" Perla del Sur Street
Reparto Flamingo
I: Munon, Puerto Rico, ftoRlfi
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a nopy
your written defenses, if any, to it
'.n MAX A. COLDFAKII. attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is Suite 414
Biecayne Building, 19 West Flagler
Street, .Miami. Florida 33180, and file
the original with the olerk of the
above styled court on or before No-
vember 13, 1S72; otherwise a default
will be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the complaint or
petition,
This notice shall be published once
eaeh week for four consecutive weeks
iii THE JEWISH PI-ORIDIAN,
WITNESS my hand and the seal
Of mid court at Miami, Florida on
this 2 day of October, ift72.
i: B. L-EATHERMAN.
As Clerk, Clrcull Court
Dade County, Florida
By C. P. COPELAND
As Deputy Clerk
(Cireuit Court Seal)
Max \ Ooldfarl)
Suite 114 Biecayne Building
Miami, Florida 33180
Attorm j for Petitioner
1" 6-13-30-27
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THt
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 72-21157
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
in re The Manigae CLARA 11| ill I. wife anil
ARNALDU ODIO, husband.
TO: ARNALDO ODK '
ita.t cnind Concourse
Bronx, New York *
Entrance Concourse 170 Street
YOU ARE HEREIIY notified that
a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage
lias been filed BgainM you, and you
ir. hereby required to serve a eopj
of your answer or other pleading to
the Petition on the Wife's attorney, I ida. to the County Judges
LESTER ROGERS, whose address is (County, and file the same
I4.-.4 N.W. 17th Avenue. Miami. Florida
33123, and file tin original with the
< lerk of the above styled court, on or
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 .1. STl'AKT
11< ceased,
T.. All Creditors and All Person* Hav-
llil lalms Or Demands AggllMt Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-21290
IN' RE:
Petition of
IRENE SUAREZ CRAY
and
DAVID ORAY
NOTICE
To: RNRIQI'E BAQOERO
Columbia
South America
Youare notified that the above-nans
may have against ed Petitioners, IRENE Sl'AREZ ORAV
ami i '" "i "'.- ,i..oie >i,iei, rimn, on or
0f] before 'he L'Ttb day of November. 1 !72
or a Default will be entered against
you.
DATED Ibis 13th day of October,
1972.
K. It. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of Cireuit Court
lly: C. P. COPF.I.A.ND
(Clrcull Court Seal)
10/20-27 11/3-10
I
I
I Pagi
i: ISA fi of N'i-;. Tr s,
2ml Rev., Plat Book
Sections 12 and 13,
South, Range :>: Fast,
RcroH more or less
|" II i I "UlitJ of Dade, State of
s.rlda
I i- deed i. ill be issued subject to
: i nuim taxes and liens.
mi in of said property un-
'" ""' certificate was in the
hi Williams & w Mamie
i ertlflcate shall be re-
rdlng to law, the prop-
I'd herein will be sold to
i bidder for cash at the
| mouse door on the first Monduy
month of November, 1972,
'til day of .November,
"ils -".'ih day of September,
K U LEATHERMAN,
' lerk of Cireuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
BJ I !' OULDSTRAND, D.C.
un uurt Seal
1" S-13-20-27
IN THE 11TH CIRCUIT COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 72-20750
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: The marriage of
Ol.IDE WILLIAMS,
U II. .
VS.
VERNOM WILLIAMS,
Husband,
YOC. VERNOM WILLIAMS, rosi-
dence unknown, are required to file
your answer to the petition for Dis-
solution of Marriage with the Clerk
of the above Court and scrv a cop)
thereof upon Herman Cohen. Bsq
1310-11 Congress Blilg., Miami. Flo,-
Ida, on or before November 13,
or else petition will be confessed,
Daled: Oct. 1ft, I97J
E. It LEATHERMAN
Clerk. Circuit Court
By K. M. KI38EE
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
10/18-80-27 II
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-4933
JOHN R. BLANTON
IN' RE: Estate 01
PEARL SCHMISF.I.
i >' ceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All creditors ami All Persons Hav-
Ins claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Y.u are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the .state <>f PEARL SCHMISEL de-
eased late of Pad.- County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 718 16, Florida
statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
t> Courthouse iii Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
or the same will ho barred
Dated at .Miami. Florida, III!: 20th
da] of September. \ Ii 1972
SKI.MA N. I!ASK IV
Ah Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 29th das of September, 1972.
BAXTER .v FRIEDMAN
is7.". N.E. 103rd Street
North Miami Beach, Florida
":.....; -13-2(1
mauds which
the estate of CHARLES J. STUART,
deceased late of Hade County, Flor-
of Dade
n dupli
ate and as provided In Section 788.-
18, Florida Statutes In the County
Courthouse In Daile County, Florin.,,
within six ralendar months from the
time of the first publication hereol,
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this !!
day of September. A.D. 1972.
DOROTHY STUART
As Executrix
First publication Of this notire on
the 29 day of September, 1972.
PROMBERO, FROMBBRO & ROTH,
P A
BY: LYNN W. FROMBBRO
Attorney for Estate of
CHARLES J. STUART
M-1"2 Rlacayne Hldg.
Miami, Florida
1972,
iLHEm^^JV JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-5161
H.i- ,ARTHUR W. PRIMM
I'd.: Estate of
_ IS MOSSO.N
Dei eased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ail t reditors and ah Persona Hav-
Bate- "r ",mi,"d8 Againat Said
i-u are hereby notified and requlr-
w'Present any claims and demands
f |",U,-!U> lU'VV KiSt es-
"I l-OI lb MOSSON deceased late
;" ounty, Florida, to the Coun-
'ooges of Dade County, and file
^'in. in duplicate and as provided
Uon i38.lt, Florida Statutes, In
tines in the County Courthouse
le County, Florida, within six
'"ar months from the time of the
PUOIIeation hereof, or the same
1 barred.
i'';'1 it Miami, Florida, this 10th
1......t<.lr, A.D. 1972.
HERBERT MOSSON
JUDITH MOSSO.N
As Executors
w publication of this notice on
-,-.!'. (l;,v of October, 1972.
IINi:v AND KROOP
Richard I. Kroop
rnej ir Executors
Lincoln Road. .Miami Reach, Fla.
10/10-20-2" 11/3

NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File No. 72 A 538
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
Metro Consultants [no holder of City
of Miami Beach Tax Sale Certificate
No. SoOt issued the 1st day of June,
AD. 1970, has filed same in my of-
fice, and has made application for a
tax deed to be Issued thereon. Said
Certificate embrace* the following
described property in the County of
Dade. State of Florida, to-wit:
l-ot 7 lilock 6, Tatum Waterway
Sub., }>lat Hook 4t; Page i In the
County of Dade, State of Florida.
This deed will be issued subject to
i 1972 County taxes and 1972 City of
Miami Ileach taxes and liens.
The assessment of said property un-
der the said certificate was ill the
name of: 6ol W. It Corp
Unless said oertiflente shall be re-
deemed according to law, the prop-
erty described herein will be sold to
the hiithest bidder for cash at the
Courthouse door on the first Monday
in the month of November. I!i7l(.
which is the 6th day of November,
1978,
Dated this 29th day of September,
1972.
E. R. LEATHERMAN.
clerk of Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida.
lly P. F, rjULDSTRAND, D.C.
Circuit Court Seal
1A/6-I3-20-27
NOTICE OP 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 I:K.-
MARY KATHKYN CARUTHERS,
Petitioner
and
MONTE NATHAN CARUTHERS,
Respondent.
TO: Monte Nathan Carutli.is
BOX 23S
Cross Lanes Drive
Xltro. West Virginia 25148
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 Robert II. Rums, Esquire, attor-
ney for Petitioner, whose address is
3.-.0 Lincoln Road. Miami Ilia, h, Flor-
ida 33139, and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled court on
or before November la, 1972; other-
wise a default will be entered agalnal
you for the relief demanded in the
complain! or petition.
This notice Shall be published Ollee
eaeh week for four Consecutive Weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
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:
1.1 IS P. MAYO
and
I.ILA LOUISE MAYo
Ti i: I.II.A LOUISE .MAYO
141" Aber.orn Street
Savannah, < leorgia 81401
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution o( Mar-
riage lias ho,n filed agafnsl you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to it
on Manuel Zaiac, attorney for Peti-
tioner, whost address is 150 S.E, 2nd
Vvenue, Suite BIO, Miami. Florida
33131, and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court on or
before Nov 13, 1972: otherwise a de-
fault will be entered imainst 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 PLORIDIAN
WITNESS mj band and the seal of
said court at Miami, Florida oil this
1 day of i kitober, W72,
K. II I BATHBRMAN,
A- l.i I,, i iri'Ult Court
I lade c.unty, Florida
11} R. M. KIS8EB
As Deputy Clerk
i' 'ircuil "otll t Seal I
l" J-13-20-27
and DAVID ORAV, have filed a peti-
tion in the shove-styled Court for tl
adoption of the minor children nam.
In that petition and you are com
manded to -erve a copy of your \in
ten defenses, if any, on St.-ploii i
Raskin. Petitioner's attorney, wbo-
atMress is 7200 Bird (toad, P.O r-
7002, Miami. Florida 83155, on or be-
fore Nov. jS7, 1972. and file the Otis
inal With the Clerk of this Cou
either before service on Petitioner's
attorney or immediately ther.att.
otherwise a default may be elite-.
against you for the relief demand,
in the Petition.
WITNESS my hand and seal
the Court at Miami. Florida, this I
day of Oct.. 1978.
!: Ii LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
by: It. MILES
Deputy Cb-rk
(Circuit Cult Seall
m L.'i1-1!7 II 8-1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIV'EN that
the undersigned, desiring lo engagi
in business under the fictitious nan
of ALEX TILE CONTRACTOR
| 12530 S.W. 30th Street, Miami. Fla
intends to register said name w t
ib. clerk of the Clrcull Court of I ..
i 'oum> Florida.
A LEXIS MEND" '/. A
1" I8-2H-27 II :
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-20666
NOTICE TO APPEAR
(BY PUBLICATION)
ALEX HRKITBART
K RREITBART
Pis int iffs,
d SYLVIA

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 M VRRIAOE OF
EVELYN LENORA JOLLY,
and
LARRY JOLLY
To: LARRY JOLLY
Residence unknown.
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 ol
your written defenses, if any, to it on
for
WITNESS my hand and the seal of I l'"r' said court at Miami, Florida on this 5 Petitioner, whose address Is 101 North
day of October, 1972. ivesl 12th Avenue, Miami. Florid!
D. II. LEATHERMAN 33128, ami fib: the original with Ih
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
ity L. SNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Cir. uit Court S. all
KoitBUT 11. BURNS, ESQUIRE
.'I.'." Lincoln Rd.
Miami Reach. Fla.
Attorney for iviiiioner
10/13-20-2" II A
r.N?T'CE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
.TlJ_ 'NO PROPERTY)
lLcu = 5i,RCU,T COURT OF THE
I ObSMS JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
n..DADE COUNTY.
srr ~.ACTION NO' 72-20853
action for dissolution
ike f ma"ri*qe
|e Rodriguez
losband
and
PKI'Hl.NA F. RODRIOU
EZ
Jo,
J'sephina P. Rodrltrue,
RcstUcco Unknown
Kan A"-- HEREBY NOTIFIED
,1 "Uon for Dissolution of Mar-
n..s teen filed against you and
required to serve a copy of
tl"., s '""HW'aa, attorney for
r, whose address is 268R N.W.
oeet. Miami, Florida 3314", and
"\,"r.'Ki."a, 'th the clerk of the
ber
be
rf d
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-20269
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
MARY LEE TEDDER
and
I*AKRY TEDDER
TO: I.ARRY TEDDER
o/o 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 arc. required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any, to it
on MAX P. KNI1KL, attorney for -Pe-
titioner, whose address is 1400 N.W.
10th Avenue. Suite 17-0. Miami. Flor-
NOTICE OP ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPFRTV)
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 RE:
HIOJIARA CORALIA
QUINTANA FOKTEZA. wife
and
PEDRO PORTEZA. husband
TO: PEDRO FOKTEZA
Marinso I-a Lisa, Cuba
YOO 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 anv, to It
on STEPHEN J. BE11LINSKY, PA..
attorney for Petitioner, whose ad-
dress Is 9S*8 Bird 'Road. Miami. Flor-
clerk of the above styled court on Of
before Nov. :t. 1972: otherwise a de-
fault will be entered against you for
the relief demanded In the complain!
or petition.
This notice shall be published one
each week for four consecutive wrsaks
in THE JEWISH FLOHIDIAN.
WITNKSS my hand and the seal of
said court at .Miami, Florida on this
27 day of Sept., 1972.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
B> R. M. KT88BE
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Predorick B. Spiegel
101 Northwest 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida Mill
attorney for Petitioner
?h, 35*-7j;.5
10/0-1S-20-27
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-4854
In RF.: I'.-tate of
OOLDTE S UNOER
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against ;:aid
K:late:
You are hereby notified and requir-
kssTlUMb'aml lUeOte original with the Ida UrsS.'and 7ile*the original With the | *? present any claims and demands
clerk of the above styled court on or which you may have against the estate
before Nov. 17. 1972: otherwise a de- I "' OODDIE S. UNOER deceased late
si} led court on or before No- plaint or petition.
clerk of the above styled court on or
before Nov. 13th, 1972: otherwise a
default Will be entered against you
Cor the relief demanded in the com-
1972; otherwise a default
entered against you for the
Winded In the complaint or
notice shall be published once
lH\-'xl;.!T ,our consecutive weeks
BTvi5S,,8M F&OBttWAW,
"aid ,.,, my ,u"ld and ,h seal
) of n 'il a"SH Flo-Ida on this
> "'October. HT8
f LEATHERMAN,
r? 9rMlb Circuit Court
t'ude County. Florida
B\ C. M. HEARSE
in ,- ^PU'y Clerk
ru" Lourt Seal)
J.0/13-20-27 11/3
This notice shall bo published once
each weeJc for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FIX)RJDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the senl of
sai.l court at Miami, Florida on this 2
day of Oct., 1972.
E. B. I-EATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By R M. KISSKIC
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Ma\ p. Hiiel
1400 N.W. loth Avenue. Suite 17-G
Miami. Florida S3136 (379-3811)
Attorney for Petitioner
10/6-13-20-27
f.mlt will he entered against you for
the relief demanded in the complaint
or petition.
Tlris notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI-OIUDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami. Florida on
this 11 day of Oct.. 197::.
P.. B. IJCATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dude County, Florida
By H. M. KISSEE
As Deputy Cb-rk
Circuit Court Seal)
STEPHEN J. BEKLINSKY. PA.
95X8 Bird ROM
.Miami. PL M1S
Attorney for Petitioner
10 18-20-27 11.3
ty Judges of Dad.- County, and file
the same in duplicate and as provided
io Section 733.1*. Florida Statutes, in
their offices in the County Courthouse
In Dade County. Florida, within six
ealendar months from the time of the
first publication hereof, or the same
will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this L':ith
day of September. A.D. 1972.
IRVING UNOER
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 8th day of October. 1972.
HERALD SILVKRMAN
Attorney for Administrator
210 Roberts liiiildin^.
Miami. Florida
in 8-18-28-17
JAMES WALDBN.
I 'efciidant.
TO: JAMES \VALDE>"
Residence unknou u
and
Each and all unknown persons. psr
ties .'id defendants who claim by.
through, under or against the afors
.-aid JAMES \\ A Li H'.N. whether
spouses, li.irs. devisees, granteet
Klgnees, llenors, creditors, trustee* i
otherwise, .,.- in each and all of whom
r. sideiici Is unknou n.
and
Each and all unknown persons, pat -
tie- ami defendants, as to each a i
all of whom residence is unknou |
havjns, or claiming to have an}- rlgl
title or nil. lest III or to tile (..How I
described property, which is the sul -
i jeet matter of the above-styled can
I viz:
Part 1 2108 N.W. 7th Avenue.
I Cssh Register
l 1983 Ford Falcon Econovan
I Rack for poly bags
1 Sewing machine
:t Standing clothes racks
.Misc. hanging pipe clothes racks
2 Utility presses
I Mushroom press
:: Ruff irons (2 on 1 stand)
I Vacuum machine connected to
presses
-' Tumbbis idryers) I
1 Dry .bailing wheel with filler
attached
1 Slide (used from wheel to
. xtractor)
i [Extractor
1 Spotting board
:i Clothes baskets
1 Boiler with water tank attached
2 Solv.-nt tanks ii underground, l
above ground
1 Washing machine
1 Refrigerator
Part 2 1539 N.W. 3rd Avenue
2 Electric conveyors
l Assorting rack (manual)
1 Rack for poly bags
:i Baskets (clothes) k
i cash register
1 Fan
1 Refrigerator
SCHEDULE "B"
(non-working equipment)
2 Tumblers
1 Utility press
1 Mushroom press
8 Motors
l Cash Register
1 (leaning wheel (s(nnding outsnl. )
I Washing machine
SCHEDULE "C"
I Fuel oil tanks owned by '
Dixie Bell Oil Co.
SCHEDULE "D"
All tools including large vise on
stand and metal pipes not connect.
to and machinery and fittings fee
same remain the property of tl>.
Sellers but will be left on the preiv -
ises for the buyers use. If he so de-
sires, until the Sellers have need toe
th.ni
YOC. AND EACH OF YOU. are here-
by notified that a Complaint has bee i
filed by the above-named I'lalntii -
against you and each of you to fore-
close a mortgage on the above-de-
scribed property in the above-style.*
cause and you and each of you "ur
hereby required to file an Answer or
other Pleading responsive thcret -
with the Clerk of the nbove-entttlcn
Circuit Court and to serve a copy cf
such Answer or other responsive
Pleading u|H.ii the Plaintiffs' Attor-
ney. DAVID M. QOXBHAK, 1497
Northwest 7th Street, Miami, Florid.
SI1IS, on or before the 17 day of No-
vember, 197". otherwise the allcg. -
lions of said Complaint will bo tak. |
as confessed by you.
DONE and ORDERED at the Dnile
County Courthouse. Miami. Florid,
this h day of October. 1972.
E. 11. IJCATHERMAN
Clerk of the above-entitled Court
BY: C. P. COPELAND
DEPUTY CLERK
(Clrcull Court Seuj
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Friday, October 27, lgi
TOP U.S. CHOICE LAMB SALE! FYNE-TRIAA WHOLE
LEGS '
LAMB
USDA
CHOICE
TOP U.S. CHOICE LAMB
$159
CHOPSI
SAVE20V .
ICC CREAM
P.P.
BRAND
HALF
GALLON
CARTON
ICC MILK
P.P.
BRAND
HALF
GALLON
CREAM STYLE or WHOLE KERNEL
Golden Corn
TOP U.S. CHOICE LAMB
LOIN
CHOPS
TOP U.S. CHOICE LAMB
STEW or
SHANKS
AMb
.......LB.
69
SODAS
ALL
FLAVORS
12-OI.
CAN
PU^vmHOTH^CHAS^
^WBSMaRflfiH
FOOD
FAIR
16-OZ.
CANS
BETTY CROCKER All
\ GRANULATED lR Mgk
Flo-Cane Sugar..................bag 49
BETTY CROCKER All 18 OZ Mt%c
Cake Mixes.?.**.:............wo." W
TOP QUALITY CALIFORNIA
RED, WHITE OR BLACK
Grapes
GARDEN FRESH FIRM
Salad Tomatoes.................3 of I
TOP QUALITY CALIFORNIA
39e
Juice Oranges................10 for Oil
ALL FLAVORS p tf^ Jj#^ C
Yogurt masters 5 as 99
ALL FLAVORS
SAVE I lc QUARTERS
Blue Bonnet Margarine 3 pkgs 1
WISCONSIN "HOLLAND STYLE BABY
Gouda or Edam Cheese
6 OZ
PKG
1 LB S
S
59c
MASTERS \tr\7 *%r\.
Sour Half & Half !*? 33'
PANTRY PRIDE WISCONSIN FINEST COLORED
American Process Cheese 39'
Save More
WITH FOOD FAIR'S
WEEK LONG BONUS SPECIALS
AND EVERYDAY LOW PRICES
plus...
Merchants Green Stamps
WITH YOUR EVERY PURCHASE
FOR BEAUTIFUL GIFTS!
FOOD
FAIR
SUPERMARKETS
PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU SUNDAY. OCTOBER 29,
AT AIL FOOD FAIR AND FREDERICKS STORES
EXCLUDING FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS
TOP U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN
Chuck Roast
USDA
CHOICE
GA. FLA. GRADE A' FRESH ICED
FRYER OTRS
LEG OR
BREAST
QUARTERS
GA. FLA. GRADE A" FRESH ICED
Fryer Parts
SAVE lO'-AMERICAN KOSHER SLICED QZ pKQ
Salami or Bologna 49c
WHOLE BREASTS
WITH IltS
WHOLE LEGS
THIGHS or DRUMSTIX
SAVE 21c OSCAR MAYER
FLORIDA FRESH SMALL
FLORIDA FRfcbN SMALL f|
Midget Liverwurst 2 SSkW Grade 'A' Eggs...................3
BANQUET-SALISBURY, CHICKEN, TURKEY, CHOPPED BEEF
Frozen Dinners
si
DOZEN I
c
39
Suuu SfteccaU SAVE 20e
BRAND LAUNDRY
BLEACH
GALLON
JUG
LIMIT ONE JUG. PLEASE. WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF $7 OR MORE, EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
GRADE A QUICK FROZEN
Turkey Parts
DRUMSTICKS
WINGS
HIND
QUARTERS
BREAKSTONES STAY N SHAPE
Cottage Cheese
fifrfietcjvi
'Pood Jain, "S APPETIZERS AVAILABLE AT STORES HAVING SERVICE COUNTERS- YOU JUST CANT BUY THEM ANYWHERE ELSE...SORRY -^
ALL LUNCH MEATS CHEESES SLICED TO YOUR ORDER ALL BAKED GOODS MADE WITH PURE VEGETABLE SHORTENING
B.C. HARD OR GENOA
RATH'S SALAMI
COUNTRY SQUIRE
WHITE BREAD
TRY ME!
I'M NEW I
LARGE NO. 1
Canadian Smelts.
. HEAT AND SERVE
Fried Fish Crisps
1,2-OZ.
CUP
2 LB $1U
..BAG I
i-c:.
.PKC
59'
98*
SAVE 40c LB DELICIOUS LEAN OUARTER B-QC
Cooked Corned Beef lb 99
SAVE
40' LB.
SAVE 40c LB DELICIOUS LEAN
HALF
LB.
29
C 1-LB. 40Z.
LOAF
SAVE 4'
FOOD
FAIR
SAVE 4c FOOD FAIR
Pineapple Fruit Rolls Si?; 39c
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. NONE SOLD TO DEALERS. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR TYPOGRAPHICAL ERRORS.
SAVE 11' REFRESHING
REGAL BEER
12-OZ.
CANS