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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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llemsh Flcxridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 45 Number 45
Miami, Florida Friday, November 10, 1972
Two Sections Price 25c
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News Briefs
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6 Jews Reelected to Canada's House of Commons
( TTAWA (WNS) Of the eight Jews elected to the 264-seat
Hou-< f Commons in 1968, six have been reelected. The most promi-
nent was David Lewis, Polish-born leader of the Democratic Party,
which follow! a moderate Socialist line and won a record 30 seats.
The others were Max Saltzman and David Orlikow, New Demo-
crats; Cabinet Minister Herbert Gray and Barnett Danson, Lib-
erals and Jack Marshall, Progressive Conservative. Leaving the
Housi were Robert Kaplan, a Liberal who was defeated, and Philip
Given B Liberal who had resigned earlier to seek a provincial seat.
U.S. Tourist, Letter-Bomb Suspect, Released
TEL AVIV (WNS) Dennis Feinstein, 22, of Stockton, Calif.,
has bi ri released from jail and put aboard a plane for the United
States. He was arrested last week and held without bail on sus-
piciur. of mailing letter bombs to President Nixon, Secretary of
Stati- William P. Rogers and Defense Secretary Melvin Laird.
Polio who are continuing their investigation of the letter bombs,
described the youth as mentally unbalanced, but were apparently
cuir..:.'-! he was not involved in the mailings.
Neumann Gives Up Fight To Stay Out of Army
JKRUSALEM (WNS) Giora Neumann, 19, sentenced to eight
month' imprisonment last July for refusing induction and to swear
allegiance to Israel's defense forces, last week accepted induction
into the medical corps and swore the required oath of allegiance.
After basic training, officials said, Neumann will be assigned to a
In.-; ital job. He signed a statement that he was "not prepared" to
tak.' parl in any actions of "a war of conquest," but Army officials
made it clear they did not consider the document binding.
Valery Panov Confined To Leningrad
NEW YORK (JTA) Valery Panov, the Jewish dancing star
fired from the Soviet Union's Kirov State Ballet last April for seek-
ing immigration to Israel, has been confined to Leningrad by the
authorities, the National Conference on Soviet JewTy reports. Addi-
tionally, the NCSJ said, the head of the troupe has refused Panov
the character reference he needs for emigration.
Most Decorated Soldier Killed In Fall
TEL AVIV (JTA) An official Israeli plane flew to Zaire
this week to bring home the body of Lt. Col. Tuvia Aryeh, 58, head
of an Israeli advisory mission to the West African state, who was
kille.l in a parachute accident. Col. Aryeh, also known as Marcel
Tobias, was one of the most decorated and most colorful professional
soldiers in Israel's armed forces. A former commandant of Israel's
paratroopers training school, he lost his life when his parachute
failed to open during a demonstration jump with cadets of his com-
mand His own son and two daughters, all paratroopers, were with
him when he died.
Steps Taken To Prevent Cholera Spread
JKRUSALEM (JTA) Visitors entering the Judaea and
Samaria regions from Jordan have been ordered by Israeli authori-
ty- in produce valid medical documents indicating immunization
n ,:.i-i cholera following the discovery of five cases of cholera
among Arab residents of the Jerusalem area. Israeli authorities be-
lieve the disease was communicated by visitors who crossed the
Jordan River bridges. Israeli health authorities, meanwhile, have
in a clean-up campaign to avert a cholera outbreak such as hit
the .!. rusalem area and the Gaza Strip in 1970. Helicopters are
. sewage-irrigated fields on Arab-owned land in the Kidron
ami Refaim valleys east and southwest of Jerusalem.
Dutch Legislators Unhappy Over Release
AMSTERDAM (JTA) Ten members of the Netherlands par-
liament, supporters of the government and opposition, have ex-
prcssed disappointment" over the official secrecy surrounding the
re ni release of Kibhl Khahim, a Palestinian member of El Fatah
carrying an Algerian diplomatic passport who was arrested at
Am-i, rdam airport with suitcases full of letter bombs and other
lethal devices. The legislators urged the government to support
lnt( .national measures to combat aerial hijacking and proposed
breaking off air traffic with countries that refuse to adhere to
international agreements against air niracy. _____________
Documents Show
Trepper Was Not
A Collaborator
PARIS (JTA) The attor-
ney for World War II master
spy Leopold Trepper quoted
Gestapo documents in court here
last week to show that Trepper
was not a Gestapo collaborator
as charged by Jean Rochet, for-
mer head of the French counter-
espionage agency.
Trepper is sueing Rochet for
libel in connection with his let-
ter to the newspaper Le Monde
which alleged that Trepper be-
trayed his underground com-
rades after his arrest by the
Gestapo ip 1942. The documents
produced by attorney Leon
Matarasso revealed that the ar-
rests of Trepper's comrades oc-
curred before Trepper himself
fell into Gestapo hands.
The French Minister of In-
terior, Raymond Marcellin, de-
nied that Rochet's recent dis-
missal from the counter-intelli-
gence service was in any way
connected with his accusations
against Trepper.
500 Delegates
Attend Paris
Conference
PARIS (WNS) Five hun-
dred delegates representing 1.5
million European Jews In 18
countries took part in the sec-
ond annual conference of the
European Council of Jewish
Community Services.
The participants, representing
virtually every religious and
ideological trend among Euro-
pean Jews focused on problems
of assimiliation, the loss of
traditional values, the structure
of various communities and their
relations with Israel and World
Jewry. The conference also
sought to project "the quality of
Jewish life in 1985."
European Council President
Claude Kellmann warned in his
concluding remarks that the del-
egates must not place the needs
of Israel behind those of other
communities. This was seen as
p. rebuttal to Guy de Rothschild,
Fonds Social Juif Unifie (FSJU)
president, who had said during
the FSJU's general assembly
that too large a share of UJA
monies raised in France was
going to Israel, forcing the
French Jewish community to
operate on a "distress budget."
Dayan, Hebron
Leaders Clash
JERUSALEM (JTA) De-
fense Minister Moshe Dayan, in
a sharp exchange today with
Moslem leaders in Hebron, flatly
rejected their objections to pro-
jected changes at the Machpelah
Cave the Patriarchs Tomb
which would enlarge the area
where Jews may worship and
would permit them to pray Fri-
days, the Moslem Sabbath.
Dayan met with a group of
notables in the West Bank town.
Including Mayor Mohammed Ali
el Jaabari, who warned that 600
million Moslems object to any
Change in the status quo at the
shrine, which is sacred to both
Moslems and Jews.
Dayan pointed out that the
planned changes were minimal
and recalled that after the Six-
Day War. Jews limited the area
in which they worshipped out
of respect for Moslem rights.
In contrast, he said, Moslems
burned and destroyed synagogues
in the Jewish quarter of the
Old City of Jerusalem during
the 19 years of Jordanian rule
and reneged on the terms of the
1949 armistice agreement which
permitted Jews to visit the
Western Wall.
The growing friction in He-
bron stems from the Increased
settlement of Jews, mainly Or-
thodox, and the Moslem objec-
tions to their worshipping at the
tomb except during certain hours
and in a restricted area.
An agreement covering the
terms of the *ite by both faiths
was reached five years ago be-
tween Dayan and the Moslem
Council, the sunreme Moslem re-
ligious authority in East Jeru-
salem and the West Bank.
The council has complained
that the Israeli authorities p'an
to turn part of the Ibrahim
Mosque compound into a syna-
gogue by roofing over a court-
yard.
Military government circles
claimed the council was "over-
reacting" to what thev described
as "slight changes being intro-
duced with the aim of maintain-
ing order amid an Increase in
the number of Jewish congre-
gants."
The Jewish settlers in Hebron
have charged that the present
rules at the Machpelah Cave
discriminate against them.
Iraqi Jew Found Dead
8 Others 'Disappear'
NEW YORK (JTA) Abra-
ham el-Saigh, a prominent Iraqi
Jew, has been killed in what the
head of the American Commit-
tee for the Rescue and resettle-
ment (AMCOR) of Iraqi Jews
calls "a political murder."
Dr. Heskel Haddad. who re-
ported the incident, told the Jew-
ish Telegraphic Agency that
Saigh was found dead in his
home in Baghdad but there were
no signs of burglary or forced
entry.
Saigh was one of 100 Iraqi
Jews who would have been bar-
red from leaving the country
even if general emigration per-
mission were accorded Iraqi
Jews, and eight other Jews at
the top of the list of 100 have
"disappeared" in Baghdad, and
AMCOR "assumes they were
arrested."
AMCOR said that the Jewish
population of Iraq has decreased
from 3,500 in 1967 to about 700
today. Around 300 of them are
old; some 400 are waiting to
leave on passports. Since 1967,
more than 2,500 Jews have left
Iraq on passports or illegally.
The approximately 4,500 Jews
remaining in Syria are still de-
nied basic human rights and
some continue to be beaten and
imprisoned on various pretexts,
it was reported by the Commit-
tee of Concern for Minorities in
Arab countries, a non-sectarian
American group headed by re-
tired Gen. Lucius D. Clay.
According to the committee,
the identity cards Jews still
carry the notation "Misawi"
(JewishI in large red letters on
Continued on Page 3-A
I Mill M.l.
.
Several Hundred Soviet
Israel
Emigrants Reach
See Page 1-B For The Floridian's
Special Report On Local
And National Elections
TEL AVIV (JTA) Roman
Rut man, Levi Yoffe and Prof.
Boris Mosheson were among the
several hundred Soviet emi-
grants from Moscow, Riga, Kiev,
Wilna. Bukhara and the Geor-
gian Republic who arrived here
early Monday morning by El Al
jumbo jet from Vienna.
Special large teams of Absorp-
tion Ministry officials were on
hand to help process their ar-
rival and arrange their trans-
portation to immigrant centers.
new housing and ulpanim.
They and perhaps other
arrivals were exempted from
the Soviet education-equivalent
exit tax. Rutman. a top Mas-
cow mathematician and activist,
said he believed the exemptions
for some activists did not rep-
resent a change in basic Soviet
I>olicy, only a reflection of the
Soviet awareness of Western
press scrutiny.
"Our departure is more of an
exhibitionist act than any
change of policy," he said, add-
ing that he felt there would be
a new policy only after Commu-
nist Party chief Leonid I.
Brezhnev's upcoming visit to
Washington.
Mr. Yoffe, who was a promi-
nent Hebrew teacher in Mos-
cow and a leading activist, re-
ported that hundreds of Mos-
cow Jews are studying Hebrew,
and that their number is grad-
ually increasing. Prof. Moshe-
son, a mathematician, is con-
sidering a researcher's position
offered by Tel Aviv University.


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* Jen isti FkriJiJir
Friday. November 10
1972


TO RECEIVE ELEANOR ROOSEVELT-ISRAEL HUMANITIES AWARD
Bassett Named Honoree
Of Am bassador *8 Ball
11 : > Hood Bassett, chairman
the boai i ol tin' Firsl National
ik ol Miami and of the South-
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to perpetuate the humanitarian
mlutn which made Eleanor Room-
. i in immortal in her own life-
time. It is conferred annually on
.he American whose devotion, aerv-
ice and strength serve a- an In-
spiration to his fellow-man.
.ions recipients of the award!
tave keep John S. Kni-.'ht. editor I
the Miami Herald: the late WU-
l am Baggs, editor of the Miami
New*; Dr. Henrj King Stanford. I
-. Int u the University of Mi-
mi; U.S. Supreme Court Justice
William o. Douglas, and S. Hay-
a aid Wills, chairman of the board
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194" when control of the bank
was acquired by the Basset t-Rey-
nold- inter it*.
Mr. Barsott served as chalrmar '
of the executive committee, was
ected ; sidenl in 1962, and
chainmn of the board In 1936. Thi
banker has been chairman of th-
board <>f Southeast Banking Cor
poratfon, a registered bank holding
company with assets of more than
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Amons Mr. Basaett'i other di-
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Wometco Enterprises and Maul.'
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appearance bj Manheim S. Shapiro Ix-fore the Young Leadershi !
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The program, third :n the YLC 1972-73 series, sau o\-er 50 '
younfl leaders" and their wive? gather at the Federation Bid- '
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Mr Shaniro. executive director of the Bureau for Careers :
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"Friday. November 10, 1972
+Jenisti ffariHRan
Page 3-A
Rosenstiel To Serve As
Honorary Dinner Chairman
A
Dm a
Thursday
irmal dinner-dance at thr
Hotel and Country Clul
evening, Doc. 14, wi
LtWIS S. ROSCNSTKL
in.h:i:ii' ,-i three-day meeting o!
indeis University board o!
'ni-iis in Miami the first timo
the board has convened in South
ina.
Ra'oh Levitz, chairman of tin
boa d ol Levitz Furniture Corp
in Miami, and a fellow of Brandeis
is in nan of the large commit-
ici' u! Brandeis trustees, follow-
of the Brandeis Presi-
dent's Council, alumni, the Bran.
dci National Women's Commit tot
and other friends of the university
who are planning the dinner, whicl
-ill also salute the 25th anniver-
sary of Brandeis' founding in 191S
Lewis S. Rosenstiel of Miami
Beach, retired head of Schentej
Industries and a fellow of the uni-
versity, is honorary chairman of
the dinner. Mrs. Rosenstiel la
m" \ in as chairman of the host-
i..
The Brandeis trustees will he
holding business sessions in the
Doral Hotel Dec. 14, 15 and lfi.
Thr Nuami meeting* are part of
a eries of deliberationa which take
the trustees into key cities around
the country for their monthly
SC--OI1S.
Assisting Mr. Levitz are leading
Dade and Broward County friends
of Brandeis. Brandeis trustees on
the committee arc Philip \V. Lown.
Jacob Shapiro and Robert L. Wolf-
SOI'i .
Brandeis fellows serving include
Hi nry August, Murray A. Candih
Max Coffman, OUio A. Cohen. Saul
I. (Ohen. William Feinberg. Dr.
Stanley Frehllng, Samuel Fried
(and. Charles Frucntman, I. Eli
Goldstein. Abraham Goodman.
Paul R. Gordon, Mark L. Harris,
Eli Jacobson. Dr. Bernard H. Kess-
ncr, Bernard L. Landers, Mrs. Her-
man E. Locks, Harry Pearlman.
Irving Shapiro. Herman L. Shaw
Hen Tohin. Benjamin, A. Trust -
man. Leonard Wein and Ben. D.
Zcvin.
Members ,of the Presidents'
Council on the committee are
Charles S. Adler, David \V. Ara-
now, Matthew Borman. Dr. Alex-
ander Brin, Philip Coleman. Bcn-
Jamin E. Fields, Joseph E. Fisher
Albert Gitlow, Jerome Herbert
Iforey Hirsch. Mrs. Arthur Juro-
w it/. Morris Kleinman, Philip Kra
Bier, Rahhi living Lehrman, Mrs
Anna Miller. Ben Novak, Law
Colder Race Season Closes;
Tropical Opening Nov. 18
Odder Race Course brings down
he curtain on its 132-dav season
Saturday. After a week's hiatus
'he Tro]>ical Park at Calder Race
< muse meeting will get underway
Saturday, Nov. 18. Tlio Tropica'
W (alder meeting runs for 49
afternoons through Jan. 16.
Racing fans are reminded that
disrount booklets, season's seatinp
accommodations, preferred irk
'"K, and the like which were valid
for Calder Race Course, must b*
renewed and/or revised for the
comtnai Tropical Park at Caldci
mee'ln**
fence C. Porter. Judge Samuel M
torenstcin and Mrs. Sidney M
Schwartz,
Representing the University
Women's Committee are past pres-
idents of the Miami Chapter Mrs.
Gloria MBcrim, Mrs. ^Harjold.Dorf-
man and sirs. Ben Leerer.
Also serving on the committee as
ex-officio members are President's
Councilor and Mrs. Theodore
Baumrittor. Samuel Blank, Mrs.
Solomon Goldman, Norman J.
Kasser, Mrs. Bernard H. Kassner. i
Rabbi L*"on Kronish, Dr. David i
Lehrman. George Mover, Mrs. Al-
vin Philipson. Arthur Rosichan.
Mrs. Lewis S. Rosenstiel. Robert
Russell. Donald Soffer and Dr.
P.ih'n Tn^h-v-es.
Iraqi Jew Found Dead, 8 Ot'iers Disappear
f'ontfiroro rrom Page l-A
both sines, and Syriar. Jews are
not allowed to travel freely with-
in the country and cannot go
abroad, even for medical treat-
ment. Even Jews with foreign
atizenshin "i assports are i,i
allowed to leave.
The romonittt** aJv> reported
that Jews cannot work in gov-
Hotel Hosts Sixth Dinner
The Sheraton Four Ambassadors
Hotel will host the sixth in its
scries of weekly "America the
Bountiful" food apnr*elation din-
ners Monday evening, with the
emphasis placed on a specially
selected list of fine American
wines as part of its "Bounties of
rrnment offices, public com-
panies, in ha.,!.-, and cannot
conduct an export or iropoii
business. Government and army
personnel have boon ordered not
to liny in Ji-m i-h-ou neil stores,
and .lews I a unit sell their
bOUfes Or other real estate.
When they die. the government
seizes their prjjtMyt^, # fc
Tlic get re! police maintains
headquarters in the Jewish sec-
tion- of Damascus, Aleppo and
Oam'shli. checking the residents
t<> maki .-ore ,ne>- onserve a
:i o.m. curfew, the committee
said.
Us informal i i on the cun ent
situation of Syrian Jewd was
ohtained from several persons
who recently fled the country
and reached Western Europe.
They, stated that relative- of
sews wno managecf to get out
Of Syria WOW beaten in an ef-
fort t) get information abo.it
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Number 45
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Anti-Semitism Still A Threat
It must have come as a shock to many that discrimina-
tion against Jews in employment and housing still exists in
Florida. Both Christian and Jewish community leaders who
heard and saw the recent presentation of the Florida office
of the Anti-Defamation League came away convinced that
anti-Semitism is still alive, and if not exactly thriving, a
continuing threat in this area.
The evidence was clear that many recorded instances
of overt discrimination have taken place in housing where
purchase of condominiums, or even empty land, have been
refused potential Jewish buyers on the base of their re-
ligious beliefs. And, despite federal and state laws, there
are still employers who advertise, and newspapers which
accept notices which state that the employees they seek
are "Christian preferred."
Situation Remains A Challenge
The latest Supreme Court decision on the use of public
funds to aid parochial schools is another blow to the hopes
of the Jewish supporters of the Hebrew Day School system
for sorely needed financial assistance. It is, therefore, not
out of line that Torah Umesorah, the national organization
of such schools, has called upon the Jewish community
which traditionally has fought state aid to provide sup-
port to our own parochial schools.
This year 16 new Jewish day schools, including four at
the high school level, have started. This brings to 463 the
total of such schools in the United States in 32 states, all
but three of them under Orthodox and Conservative spon-
sorship.
Most of the financially-troubled schools are in the
New York area which has a high proportion of low-income
families, but problems also beset those in the Greater Miami
area. Only in the last two years, and that on a limited
basis, have several of these schools received Federation
subsidies and the situation remains a challenge for local
budget-makers to raise their sights as well as perceive the
new priorities.
Nobel Prize Winners
The high percentage of Jews who have been awarded
Nobel Prizes is well-known but there is always satisfaction
in an additional honor such as that won by Dr. Gerald
Maurice Edelman of New York recently, in the particular
area of physiology and medicine. Dr. Edelman, a biologist,
became the 20th Jew thus honored.
Dr. Edelman is a member of the board of governors of
Israel's Weizmann Institute of Science and the man with
whom he shared the honor this year has also done re-
search at the world-prestigious institution.
For the third year in a row, a Jew, Prof. Kenneth Arrow,
has won the Nobel Prize in Economic Science, adding fur-
ther to the impressive list.
Congratulations Are In Order
Congratulations are in order for Elaine Bloom. Gerald
Falick and Norman Lipoff, who are the 1972 recipients of
the coveted Leadership Award of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation. National honors, as well will be bestowed
upon them next month at the annual meeting of the Coun-
cil of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds.
With so many young people now involved in major
Federation roles in this community, the honor bestowed
upon the trio is of special significance because of the keen
competition.
--
toast firi
etab..
WASHINGTON. DC. If
Hanoi docs not mean to cheat
Flagrantly, it has accepted near-
total defeat in the long war that
has cost North Vietnam so
cruelly. That plain fact is worth
underlining for quite simple
reaons.
To begin with, there is a lot
of contusion about the terms of
the draft agreement prepared
by Dr. Henry A. Kissinger and
Le Due Tho. It is not unnatu-
ral confusion since Dr. Kissinger
admirably followed one of the
first rules of diplomacy. This Is
to get everything you .,, m
self without unnecessarily hui
miliating your enen
THIS HANOI lo; v
sistently demanded the -true.
tion ot the Saigoi ..on,"
and its replacement by a Voli-
tion government. In the
Hanoi was forced to settle for
leaving President Nguyen Van
Thieu in place eu iwer
But a coalition fig lea: was ajJ
provided to make [ ,y on
the main point less r for
Hanoi.
The fig leaf takes the form
of a tripartite commissfaa
charged with preparing a new
election in South Vietnam, but
without any governing powers.
To make assurance doubly ure
it is also provided that this ghost
of a coalition can make no de-
cision of any kind except by a
unanimous vote.
IT SHOfXD not take ir.uch
foresight to foretell that unani-
mity is most unlikely to pre-
vail in any commission compris-
ing President Thieu's represen-
tatives. Communist representa-
tives, and neutralist represeata*
tives. Hence the comrr.i>sion has
no real importance except as
a fig leaf.
Then, too, Hanoi stoutly re-
fused throughtout the negotia-
tions to admit the presence of
the numerous North Vietnamese
troops in South Vietnam But
Continued on Pace U-A
The major Jewish casualty of
this divisive election campaign
may very well be our youth.
The American Jewish Commit-
tee's Task Force Report on "The
Future of the Jewish Commu-
nity in America" expressed con-
cern over the "ambivalence in
Jewish identity formation with-
in the youth culture and New
Left," and it is now evident that
the revolt that began in the '60s
is not over, recent apathy on the
campus to the contrary.
ONE COILD read if not
sense the attitudes of the
older academics who split into
hostile camps these past few
months as never before.
And while they wrote of Is-
rael and foreign policy, of aca-
demic freedom and quotas, the
more honest ones like sociologist
Lewis Feuer laid it on the Hne:
intellectuals dominated the Mc-
Govern campaign and they were
young, all those college kids or-
ganizing ir. Wisconsin. Califor-
nia. New York. And one could
gather the distress the Feuer
article coming in William Buck-
ley's National Review that so
many were Jewish and young.
TIIE AJC evidence is that
Jewish youth is particu-
larly vulnerable to involvement
in the counter-culture for a va-
riety of reasons: political, so-
ciological, psychological. The re-
sult is that they are 'ambiva-
lent about Jewish loyalties "
some of it "explicitly anti-Israel''
auri wh.lc they represent only
about 10 to '..V- of Jewish
youth, there ic little question
that this small segment i= highly
\i-ible.
For Fever p \ nn^
hitter Berkelj ir the
1972 Democratic convention
should he called the "Conven-
tion of the Intellectual:." and by
his definition "intellectuals are
predominantly young persons."
He points out that the McGov-
ern campaign organization was
predominantly composed of
youth and that even in the man-
agerial e.helons in the 30 states
the median age was 28.
"IX NEW Hampshire, for in-
stance, a student in her early
20's. was running the campaign."
and so on. There is no special
mention of Jewish youth in the
article, but the message is clear
when one recognizes that some
80rr of young Jews go to col-
lege and many fall ints Prof.
Feuer*i definition of "Intellec-
tual" not to say involvement in
large numbers in the MeGovern
campaign.
Strengthening the Feuer anal-
ysis, if not his conclusion, is
Rabbi Steven S. Schwarzschild.
a professor of philosophy at
Washington University. He sides
strongly with the youth. "What-
ever may he the case among
the Jewish fat-cats, in the Jew-
ish organizational establishment,
and in the ressentiment-laden ur-
ban Jewish lower middle-class."
he wrote recently in Sh'ma, "one
fact is indisputable: on the
campuses of this country Me-
Govern was the virtually unani-
mous choice even before his
nomination."
HE POINTS out that. "Prac-
tically all the hiHren and many
of the intellectuals of American
Jewry on the campuses ... If
the organized Jewish commu-
nity ui=he- to authenticate It-
Si ',' deer7tly, reasonably, and
Jewishly, in the eyes of its own
ation it may soon
I in need of a report-card
her: THs is to
certify that your parents and
rich uncles were present in my
class in November, 1972
signed: George M Govern.'
Otherwise," writ -
Schwarzschild. "as is
in so many other it is
not the Jewish yo I non-
bourgeois that an
Judaism but what
'the Jewish com::. t di-
vorces itself from rm iningful
Jews."
Nobel laurea'e Dr ;: Lurkl
was even more ex icit in I
letter to The Jewish lloriilian,
attacking the Nix -,ra"
tion and questio: can
Jewish men and :oa"gn
ourselves with su 0*
young people tell *
'not vote for B ''xon'
Hundreds of then
for George McG
llrten to them. It is 1 **
that is at stake.
wele. Tiir: elect
but the wound- if rot
among the majorit "*[
least a significai I
AJC renort will no< ; ''
permanence of a "''>' *
tranged youth but Jj
the problem poses '''
lenge to the Jev ';'>
in the WTOS. It ***
in the opinion of the '?***
communal WsjJorlse n '
r~e or fm-est-w* --;1*-yn<1
what is now being done.
IT bv "investment mcn"!
money: forget it M ""^
to be made M "JS
education but our I '
the young api
the fact that"* j"
the Jewish va ues ,)aV
have learned In I ; ,,,,
schools or ftn i
illiterate pa* -.t
merit, it seems
made in the impro -,
velopment of a life-style
consonant with our Ik -


Friday. November 10, 1672
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Cuban Jewish Dinner
Sets Bonds Record
More than 500 members of
Greater Miami's Cuban Jewish
community purchased in excess .of
$850,1,00 in State of Israel Bonds
Saturday night in response to a
dramatic message from Gen.
Shlomo Gazit at the Fontainebleau
Hotel.
Purchases during the annual Cu-
ban jl.-brew-Israel Dinner of
State celebrating Israel's forth-
coming 25th anniversary of inde-
pendence, represented an increase
of more than 40% over last year.
Moreno Habif, president of the
Israel Bonds campaign, said the
success of the dinner which was
a social highlight of the Cuban
Jewish community assured at-
tainment of the $1 million goal for
1972.
One of Israel's most celebrated
leaders Gen. Gazit, coordinator of
Arab territories occupied during
the Six-Day War, declared the con-
tinuing miracle of the relationship
betwe-n Jews in Israel and the Di-
aspora is making possible our
steady growth in the face of un-
ending hostility on the part of our
neighbors."
Mr. Habif, who headed the rec-
ord-l"vaking drive, made an im-
passioned plea for Israel Bond pur-
chases "in the face of the tragedy
of Munich." Eleven Cuban Jewish
youths, dressed in Olympic uni-
form- to symbolize the Israelis
slain jn Germany, entered a dark-
ened room as a surprise feature of
the e\ t ning.
Dr Pablo Tachirtos, president of
tin Cuban Hebrew Congregation
of Greater Miami, served as din-
lirman for the event which
hono il Aron and Kna Yuken. The
coup \>'ho have been in the fore-
fronl 'he development of Israel,
the Stnt.* of Israel At-?-
Kaplan Appointed UAHC's
Director Of Administration
Ni. A YORK. N.Y. Robert
K i] has ben anpointed as the
new irector of Administration of
tin Union of American Hebrew
liiiis '-orqxeca'ional body I
R'form synagogues in the
' States nnd Canada, accord- [
Rabbi Alexander M. Schlind-
ler UAHC vice president.
Mi. Kaplan'- responsibilities in-1
elude inter-office management of
the Union's ll-st:ry "Ho'ise of
I Judaism" on Fifth Avenue.
Bimilar supervision of the UAHC's
10 full-time regional offices. Ad-
visinf and overseeing details re-
gai'i real estate property, per-1
sonnel and labor-managcncnt re
latioi and the eoroorate details
entailed in the UAHC's one mil-
liun ii!lar book-pubiishing busi-|
III -
maut Award in recognition of their
distinguished service.
Salomon Klein, honorary chair-
man of the dinner together with
Rabbis Dow Rozencwaig and Meir
Mazliah Melamed, set the tone of
the evening with the largest in-
dividual purchase in the history of
the Cuban Jewish community. Mr.
Klein lit the 25th candle of the
Israel Menorah of Statehood as
Dr. Tachmes outlined the story of
Israel's achievements. Mr. and
Mrs. Isidoro Lerman divided the
duties of master of ceremonies.
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*Jenisf fkridiar
Friday. November 10. 1972
Gidecn Rafael Slated
By Bends Leadership
ilitj -' "i- Vt -V.h year of independence.
ssadoi Gideon Rafael. a I ir Rafael, who
- S Fl -.1 Dec. i to ;i> Israel's chief spokesman in the
. oiBKtl ol the United Nations dur-
ins the tati .u! da\s of the Six-
Da> War of 19^7 ,1! the
pinnacle of Israel's dip] imatic
he has an unbrok' n
: leadership in his country's for-
..-. going :: !k to I
to the t sta ilishm >nt of
the Stai 1- a. 1. in I I
or role in shaping Israel's
- .'.all crucial periods
its istory.
Bvron Hall
Will Honor
Bond Leader
GIDEON KAFAIL
ith k ership
] issador'a Bail
: held bi th Fontainebleau
Hotel
Vi \ nbassadoi
: pi ctive visit was
by Harold Frled-
. and Tibor Hollo chairmen of
the ssador's Ball. The ball
i-hi x this year"! rec
ord-shatl 1 npeign for Stat-^
I-:;> I Bonds h- re, Is the social
hizhlisht of *he Jewish comrau-
- annual calendar.
Rafael Son or Po-
ll' I-:ael's Fon Ign
Mil Director G n-
the M'rdsi Foreign
ith Dr. Leon
chairman
01 .' '-. and Dr. Irvine
the
11 zation In
plans to fov-
./ an 1 x ittee a-d
tors ol the South

II alo will meet with members
il the National Honoi Societv o'
Isnu Bond- trustees and builders
"o provide an o'f-the-reord brief-
T-' on th' cum nt situation i>-
"he Middle East, ac<-ordin Sn ati r Miami chairman James
M. Albert.
Mr. Friedmaa and Mr. Hello
-r.iii this year's Ambassador Ball
wl! be the most exdtfhg ever held.
a ith thi> emnhasLs on celebration.
ntertainment and dancint: in
enina with the observance of
M Murray Cohen ill
|V> State of israe' Bori's
Scroll of Honor Thursday. Nov. 16.
at a "Night in Israel" scheduled
n the R creation Rm o: Byron
Hall. Miami Beach high rise apart-
neni house, ur ler tl I :es of
he Byi n :: ill Israel Bond.-. Cvm-,
nil tee.
M Cohen, a retired jeweler is
presi lent of the Byron Hall Socia1
Hub and a member of the High
Rise Pres'dents Association. H:s
wife. Sherry, a former school
teacher, is president o." the Haim
Yas-ky Group of Hadassah. They
have both been active in behalf of
the State of Israel since its in-
ectl 11. according to Jack \V.
Sloan, chairman of t^e Byrc.i Hal".
Israel Bonds Cimnvttee
Serving as cochai-mrr. are Alex 1
Bennan. Harry Sa-ks. Samuel
Shine--'\ Morris Weinstebi and
VA'einl William S. Press-
man 1 ator of the event.
.!., :: A merle* n '
imoriM 'i **' "'' "'-'
-t tlir Ni 'nt in !--n. t T.i'i Sa-
.1 ltrptionp' -- ar cordionist, also will entertain.
M. ml"tv <.f ihr- M>mmllt* Include
Mr nii.l Mrs Mnrri* A.l'-r. Mr \1- r
Barman, Mr and Mm Hawild IVwf.
man, Mr and Mrt Aaron Bnstander,
Mr nnd Mri Jack Feldahue. Mr. '!
Mr. Rolnmon <;.'!.r. Mr. am! Mrs
R iinU'l P. filartalaini Mr. ami Mrs.
Prank Oordon, Mr anil Mra. otto
HatlflT Mr and Mrs Hrrm.-u K --
Mr and Mrs Mas main and Mrs
i Jennie Lebar
Also Mr and Mrs Nathan Maah,
Mr- K..nny. Oakervlta, Mr. and Mrs.
' Sam Pearl Mr and Mr* EMward
Hosenwasser. Mr. and Mr*. Harry
. Sa. k>. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bhinen-
sky. Mr. anil Mrs Soloman Slv. r-
roan. Mr. and Mrs. Jark \V Sloan.
Mr and Mrs Moc BtlajrilU, Mr. and
Mrs, Lao W.hisitin. Mr. aiwl Mrs.
Morrlf Welnnteln, Mr. and Mrs Al-
bert White and Mr. and Mrs. Itob^rt
Witt.
I youre rich
and beautiful r
why aren't we
having an affair?
Mona Lisa Slates
Israel Night Fete
Tin- M ina Lisa Soe.al Club of
the On at. 1 Miami Israel Bund*
oriani/ation jvill Join in paving
tribute to Mr. and Mrs. Beniairtin
King of Miami Beach Tuesday
islit in the Mona Lisa Rcireation
Room.
Th" Kines will reeen^e the State
of Israel !'. m :- Scroll of Honor i-
eco7n:t-'in o' their Inft rsMp ir
-.iji-.- -i-i.- tun
nnrt of Israe'*f economic develop-
ment. acco"Tlin'4 to Tel Baker.
chairman of th^ s^insorin^ com-
initt--'e and nresfdent of the Mona
Lisa Social Club.
Mr. King is a retired Furrier: hi*
v i'.\ Jean?te i* a como-
trol'er of B<>th Abraham Hospita'
in thi !' nx
Joe> Russ'l. a hi......1st
Sta'i f0">-
.,. s |] ;. tai
if th 'Night in I- gram
Mr Baker said.
. 'b.- romni'tfe Inrlude
d M'- M' rr!s Abrom. Mr and
M-. rod, Mr am! Mr- Tad
Mr* s ''.- Blnki vi
Mr- Eir;. I'.litz. Mr. ami Mr- San
Mr ami Mrs M-.\ Cirnvl.
Mr- Eve Cnadkln, Mr and Mrs Abe
dlarnesa Mr and Mr Harry Cohen,
Mr. P \ I>- ".. .VI- VfO... I'
owltl. Mr and Mrs. Harry Entrel. Mr-
Ethel Fektman, Mrs Panny Kink.
Mr and Mm Waller Freeman, Mr.
and Mra vl ''.an-. Mrs Bertha
Ooldman and Mr am! Mrs Nathan
Greenberf.
Also Mr. anil Mr- Bam Hal|>*rn.
Mr- MoHle Horn. Mm. Anne Horvitz.
Mr and Mrs Allan Jud.is..n. Mr. an.l
Mrs Chart** Kaniuk. Mr. nnd Mrs
Ben Klnic. Mr. and Mm. Jo^ Klaaln,
Vlr and Mrs Jai-k Krupni. k. Mrs
Bella I :.>-.. Mr and Mrs. Mike Le-
vin* Mr" and Mrs Leonard Uef. Mr.
and Mm Tharles I.inand. Mrs Oert-
rud.- I ifwh-n. Miss Mlmi I ifsohen.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Uplit. Mr. and
Mrs s.,ul Monaa. Mr and Mrs I'.iul
Kadal Mr and Mr- l. Seamark,
Mr. and Mm. .W Paris. Mrs T.
Price and Mr and Mrs. Martin ltay-
mond.
Als.. Mr and Mr--. F Sa.k.. Mr.
and Mm. Moe BaJabetV, Mrs f>thrr
Salsxnai Mr- Roxli B hff. Mr and
Mn Cj Seymour, Mr- Mildred Slii.-
miti. Mr and Mr- Phil Slahola, vir
and Mr- I.. Mr. Mark Blm-
nna, Mlaf Mildred Sltnona, Mr :. .1
Mr* Harry Sohn, Mr and Mrs Hy-
man Sohn, Mr and Mrs 1 Bolonds.
Mr and Mr- laadon Soahnlok. Mr.
iind Mm. S. Veil;. Mr and Mi- K
vv.'lfl. Mr. and Mrs Dan Vaaoahon,
Mr and Mi- Harry York, Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Zacer. Mr ...:! Mrs, Ban
Zeldln and Mr and Mrs Fred Zi.h.-r-
nan
Lou Bernstein 1st
Breakfast Speaker
Temple Beth Moshc's Men's
Club is initiatine a Sumiay morn-
inp breakfast program with guest
S|>eakers on topical subjects, this
week, according to an announce-
ment made by Rabbi Joseph A.
Gorfinkel and Howard J. Richman.
Men's Club president.
Addressing the group at 9 a.m.
will be Lou Bernstein, supervisor
of Youth Activities for the Jewish
Familv Service in Miami. Mr.
Bernstein will speak on the topic:
'The Places North, South and
East"
Maxwell Weisblatt Is program
hainv.an for the Men's Club:
meetings are held in Beth Moshe's
new facilities at 2225 NE 121st St..
Sans Souci Estates.
Grunhut Named Chairman
Of Advisory Committee
The appointment of Abrahan-
Grunmit at' 'chairman of the Ad
latory Comiu.itee for the Soutl
lieach Activitir- Center, 25 Wash-1
ington Ave.. Miami Beach, has
iMxi: announced by Stanley Gil-
'.)e: t. president of the Young Men's
I and Young Women's Hebrew As-
sociation of Greater Miami ; YWH.V.
Mr. Grunhut was employed hy
the Bank Leumi le-Israel in Tel
: Aviv from 1934 to 1956. Sine
19"0, he has been vice president
! and manager of the Washington
Federal Savings & Ioan Associa-
tion on Washington Ave.
From 1941 to 1946. Mr. Grunhut
served with the British Army in
General Staff Intelligence and in
irus as an intelligence officer with
the Israel Army and the Palmach.
; He was previously with the Ha-
1 ganah. the Israeli underground.
A member of the Greater Miami
.' wish Federation's Planning Com-
"e on Jewish Fd'tca*lon M"
"runhut is chair.r. the Soul
Beach Division ol
ampaign. and holds a
journalism from Lond
Institute for Jour;
The South Beach Acti r>r.
ter has been en atedui
I 1 es of the Greatei M
Kr^lnat on with the re<
skills ol th.. YM-Y'.v:
Vocational Servio ^
iai Medical Cent
ami all bam fie
Fedt: Btion.
WiM
froii the Social Secui
ration undei Title :
;he Stato of Florida's
if Health ar..'. P. hal
i (. Division
ihe center is
a poverty ana ai
from the only low-ii
on Miami Beach. It .
administered by the v:: ha
The Greater Miami '
oration funds 25'<
with the government pi
lemainder in mat
Mr. Grunhut is now in th< proc-
ss of formulating his
The committee present
.lack Katzman. pas) sklent 0:
the YM-YWHA: Mrs Hannah V
ner. Farband: Mrs. Rose Lax \
Mrs. Fannie Ances- and Mi sV..
via Kaplan. American Jewish Con-
gress; Jin- St Piera. Social S. m-
ity: Leon Epstein, YM-YWHA:
Mrs. Bertha liarooa and Mrs Ida
R<>senbliirr'. and Mrs V'era Kes.lor.
National Council of Jewish Women
Rep. Marshall Harris Guest
The Citizens' School Committe*
n ho-Til -vniition of over ." coun-
tywide civic and educat onal insti-
itio"= hH its fii-- il',- .'
the 1972-7:? war at the Federa-
tion Bldg. this wei lu Stal
Mai-shall Harris was Ihe guest
speaker.
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Friday. November 10. 1972
*'. tm 1st) flriri(Sllc%n
Paqe 7-A
Beth Am To Consecrate
Ground For New Building
Symbolic ground breaking and
consecration cereiwmlea for the
., Beth Am Teenage Building
will k i,lace at ,ne lcm,le- r>95
\ Kendall Dr., immediately fol-
loiving the 8:30 p.m. services
Friday. I
While actual work on the new j
itructurc does not start for sev-
oral montha, the congregants will j
participate In a symbolic ceremony !
honoring those families which
have made the new building pos-1
sible.
Irving Epatein and Joshua Segal.
cochairmen ot the building com-
niittcc, report that the new build-
up the sixth to be erected by ;
ihis young congregation on its
jo-acrc plot, will consist of ap-1
proximately 14.00 square feet, in-
i luded w ill I'e a permanent '
Hi cc house" room for teenagers,
i, youth chapel, a large recreation
hall ("ill! basketball hoops), ap-!
pro\iT ite'y 14.000 square feet. In-
rooms, .^il ;i Dew religious school
fflce.
c'liii Suchrnan, chairman of the x
fund-raising committee for the;
new building, and Marshal Rosen-
berg, chairman of the congrega-
nt n's capital fund-raising commit- j
tee, report that the congregation
has successfully concluded a drive
for S300.000, plus additional funds
Hi pay the interest on the mort-
gage Sam Pmler is the architect
for the new building and Miller &
Solomon are the consulting con-
tractors.
Beth Am, which was founded in
1956, is now a congregation of ;
:.000 families with 1.200 stud""**;
n the religious school, which
pnees from kinrtergaiun lhi .,,.,
the 12th grade. The congregation
has one of the two Reform day
schools In the country, with
classes through the sixth grade
level. It also runs a week-day
nursery and kindergarten.
Dr. Maxwell Dauer, president of
the congregation, reports that the
congregation intends to hire pro-
fessional youth supervisors to help
run the program for the new
building.
Voters, Inc. Plan
Judge Sepe Night
Voters Incorporated is holding a
"Judge Al Sepe" night on Tuesdav
in honor of Criminal Court Judge
Sepe.
"Capital Punishment" will be
the topic of a debate between
Dan Sullivan, executive vice pres-
ident of the Greater Miami Crime
Commission, and attorney Tobias
Simon, with Judge Sepe as mod-
erator.
The 8 p.m. meeting will be held
at Washington Federal, 1234
Washington Ave. Harry Levy is
president of Voters. Inc.
Gittelson Leads Discussion
Abraham Gittelson. associate di-
rector of the Central Agency for
Jewish Education, will be the dis-
cussion leader when the Great
Jewish Books Discussion Group
meets at 2 p.m. Thursday. Nov. i<>.
in the Miami Beach Public Li-
brary. 2100 Collins Ave., to con-
sider the works of Chn'm Nach-
man Rialik. Hebrew poet and au-
thor. Samuel Reiser is coordinator,
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NOTICE Ob ANNUAL MEETING
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
and
REPORT OF NOMINATING COMMITTEE
In accordance with the By-Laws, the Nominating Committee is pleased to announce the follow-
ing slate of nominations and appointments for Officers, Directors, Trustees and Governors.
Nominees will be presented for election at the forthcoming Annual Meeting of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation. Such Annual Meeting will be held on Monday, November 20, at 6:30
p.m. af the Carillon Hotel, Miami Beach.
OFFICERS
PRESIDENT:
IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT:
VICE PRESIDENTS:
SECRETARY:
ASSOCIATE SECRETARY:
TREASURER:
ASSOCIATE TREASURER:
Nominated
SHEPARD BROAD
DR. SOL CENTER
LEO EISENSTEIN
RABBI LEON KRONISH
RICHARD D. LEVY
JACK S POPICK
MENDELL M. SELIG
HAROLD THURMAN
ROBERT H. TRAURIO
MRS. IRVING WEXLER
(as President of Women's Div.)
A. B. WIENER
SAM BLANK, Chairman
LEONARD L. ABESS
DAVID P. CATSMAN
LEO A. CHAIKIN
JOSEPH COHEN
IRVING CYPEN
RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
EDMUND ANSIN
STANLEY ARKIN
MEYER BASKIN
DR. H. M. BAUMGARD
HERBERT BERNSTEIN
I, JERRY BLOOM
MRS. ELSE BONEM
JAMES BRESLOW
MRS. RICHARD BRICKMAN
HERBERT BUCHWALD
MRS. NORMAN H. COHAN
MARVIN COOPER
BENJAMIN CUTLER
JULIUS DARSKY
DAVID EGOZI
LEON J. ELL
BEN ESSEN
MATTHEW D. ETTINGER
MRS AARON FARR
DR. GEORGE FELDENKREIS
MAYSHE FRIEDBERG
JOEL FRIEDLAND
RICHARD GERSTEIN
BURTON GOLDBERG
LOUIS E. GOLDMAN
SAM GOLDMAN
CHARLES GOLDSTEIN
DR. ELLIOT GORDON
NATHAN S. GUMENICK
JOSEPH HANDLEMAN
LOUIS HARRIS
MARSHALL S. HARRIS
DANIEL NEAL HELLER
ROBERT RUSSELL
MILTON WEISS
L. JULES ARKIN. DAVID B FLEE MAN. HARRY A. LEVY.
MORTON SILBERMAN. HARRY B. SMITH
MRS. SOL GOI DSTEIN
NORMA KIPNIS
SAMUEL I. ADLER
ELI TIMONER
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Appointed By President
BERNARDO BENES
GERALD R. FALICK
MRS. LEONARD FRIEDLAND
ARTHUR HOROWITZ
JOSEPH H KANTER
RALPH LEVITZ
NORMAN H. LIPOFF
STEPHEN MUSS
FRED K. SHOCHET
JERRY SUSSMAN
TRUSTEES
Past Presidents
SAM BLANK
A J. HARRIS
SAM J. HEIMAN
HOWARD KANE
AARON M. KANNER
LEON KAPLAN
SIDNEY LEFCOURT
JOSEPH M. LIPTON
STANLEY C MYERS
MAX OROVITZ
DAN B. RUSKIN
WILLIAM D. SINGER
CARL WEINKLE
MILTON WEISS
NATHAN H. DARSKY
SAMUEL N. FRIEDLAND
SAMUEL KIPNIS
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
BARON de HIRSCH MEYER
BEN MEYERS
BOARD OF GOVERNORS
(Nominees at Large)
MORTON HILL
RICHARD J. HORWICH
MRS. JACK KATZMAN
DAVID S. KENIN
LOUIS KENIN
RABBI MORRIS A. KIPPER
DR. DAVID KIRSH
JAY I. KISLAK
M. J. KOPELOWITZ
CAL KOVENS
MRS. INEZ KRENSKY
MRS. IRVING LEHRMAN
J. M. LELCHUK
MRS. BURTON R. LEVEY
MILTON LEVINSKY
SANFORD LEVKOFF
HERBERT LOGIN
SAM LUBY. JR.
LEONARD LURIA
BERNARD S. MANDLER
MORTON MARCUS
DR. AARON MEDOW
MRS. ANNA B. MEYERS
DAVE MELIN
ALEX MILLER
ROBERT MILLER
HARRY MIZRACH
SAUL J. MORGAN
MRS. STANLEY C. MYERS
DR. JOSEPH R. NAROT
EVAN OLSTER
ALBERT E. OSSIP
E. ALBERT PALLOT
NORTON S. PALLOT
ORGANIZATIONAL DELEGATES
hiniBo or appointment by the menmrr oraraiiliatlon)
A. J. MOLASKY
JOSEPH M. ROSE
LEONARD ROSEN
MRS. SAMUEL SIMONHOFF
HARRY SIRKIN
MRS. CARL WEINKLE
CLIFFORD PERLMAN
MORRIS RABINOWITZ
RABBI JOSEPH RACKOVSKY
HARRY RICH
GERALD ROBINS
COL. NATHAN B. ROOD
MRS. CARRIE ROSEN
STUART ROTHCHILD
WILLIAM S. RUBEN
IRVING RUBIN
IRVING SAAL
SAMUEL T. SAPIRO
MRS. HOWARD R. SCHARLIN
MRS. SIDNEY M. SCHWARTZ
MRS. HENRY SEITLIN
MRS. ROBERT SHAPIRO
HERMAN SHAW
MRS. SOL SILVERMAN
MILTON SIRKIN
MRS. MILTON SIRKIN
MRS. HARRY B. SMITH
SAM S. SMITH
GEORGE SOGG
ABE SOLOSKO
MRS. JOSEPH R. STEIN
MRS. MICHAEL A. SUMBERG
STEWART SUNNESS
CARL SUSSKINO
MAX <"E>TZ
IRV'NG WEXLER
LEONARD ZILBERT
plus Board of Director*.
Officers and Trustees
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION HERSCHEL ROSENTHAL
octh FL CONGREGATION HYMAN CHABNER
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION WILLIAM G. MECHANIC
HtH ioDESH CONGrXEGAIION --OH. NATHAN K. SPECTOR
BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION REV. J. KRANTZ
rMV. Br1tH COUNcfLGOF,0SO. FLORIDA LODGES JUDGE HOWARD NEU
B-NAI WlTH COUNCIL-COUNCIL OF MIAMI BEACH MRS. ALFRED GOLDEN
1'na'. ^rH^U^C^SuNc'.L^F^rDADE-MRS. ARTHUR HORW.TZ
R^O^EStY^A^Z,^^ SEES- WOMEN. COMM.-MRS. DONALD RUB.N
BRANDElt ZIONIST DISTRICT OF NORTH SHORE-LOUIS HOBERMAN
r.c-,TDAi ircurv FOR IEWISH EDUCATION MRS. SEYMOUR LIEBMAN
^^W^Jmm^'MMSS^W institute 4 hos,- so. Florida council
FARBAND LABOR ZIONIST ORGANIZATION OF AME RICA (and affiliated hranchesl-JOS. P. ZUCKERM..N
FEdIra?ION OF TEMPLE SISTERHOODS, S.E. REGION (and affi.iateo si.terhood.)-
CREATER MIAMI HEBREW FREE LOAN ASSN FREDOCHS
HADASSAH (Miami Chapter) MRS. MORTON SILBERMAN
u.nAH (Miami Beach Chapter) MRS. EMANUELMENTZ
HEBrIw EDUCATORS ALLIANCE OF GREATER MIAMI RABBI SHIMON AZULAY
ISRAEL HISTADRUT COUNCIL OF SO. FLORIDA SAM FEINSTEIN
JEWISH FAmTlYA4 CHNLTDERRENS SERVICE (Women's Oiv.) MRS. EDWIN B. OPPENHEIM
JEWISH FAMILY 4. CHILDREN'S SERVICE ARNOLD J. STERN
JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED LEO ROSE JR. v ,.,, VERM AN
JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED (Women's Aox. and a ff.hated aox.) MRS LARR Y SILVERMAN
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND COUNCIL OF GREATER MIAMI JAY DERMER
JEWISH VOCATIONAL SERVICE J. WILLIAM BAROS. JR.
JEWISH WAR VETERANS AINSLEE R. FERDIE
JEWISH WAR VETERANS (Women's Aox. and affilis ted aux.)
MIZRACHI (and affiliated chapters) MRS. ALFRED STONE
MT. SINAI MEDICAL CENTER SAMUEL N. FRIEDLAND _,.,
MT. SINAI MEDICAL CENTER (Women's Aox.) MR S. MICHAEL BRIGHT
NATIONAL COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN (and affiliated Sections) MRS. PHILIP BLOOM
PIONEER WOMEN (and affiliated chapters) MRS. MILTON S. GREEN
RABBINICAL ASSOCIATION OF GREATER MIAMI DR. LEuN KRONISH
TEMPLE BETH AM DR. MAXWELL DAUER
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM ELI KATZIN
TEMPLE EMANU-EL HERBERT S. SHAPIRO _______
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MIAMI ARNOLD P. ROSEN
TEMPLE JUDEA SOL SCHREIBER
TEMPLE MENORAH ROBERT L. SIEGEL
TEMPLE NER TAMID EMANUEL GLATT
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB _^
TEMPLE ZAMORA RABBI MAXWELL BERGER
TEMPLE ZION MICHAEL SLOTNICK
UNITED SYNAGOGUE OF AMERICA (Nat'l Women's Le*goe> MRS. MILDRED S. COHEN
WOMEN'S AMERICAN ORT, S. E. FLA. REGION (and affiliated Chapters) MRS. PHILLIP STARK
WOmInI LEAGUE FOR ISRAEL (and affiliated chapters, MRS. MEYER RESNICK
WORKMEN'S CIRCLE BRANCH 692 MAX GLEIBE RMAN
YIVO INSTITUTE FOR JEWISH RESEARCH MORRIS HONIGBAUM
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER MIAMI BARRY D. SCHREIBER ___
YOUNG MEN'S 4 WOMEN'S HEBREW ASSOCIATIONSTANLEY R. GILBERT
YOUNG MENS4 WOMEN'S HEBREW ASSOCIATION (women) M RS. LEE SHAPIRO
ZIONIST ORGANIZATION OF AMERICA MIAMI B EACH ALBERT M. SHULM AN
ZOA PRESIDENT'S COUNCIL SIDNEY RAYMOND
RESPECTFULLY SUBMITTED
MRS. SOL GOLDSTEIN, Secretary
a nd
MILTON WEISS, Chairman. Nominating Committee
artKATCa MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION
4200 Biscayne Boulevard. Miami _____________
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Pace 8-A
* JfcwfaJi HcrHknr
Friday. November Ifl
'972
For Israel Bonds Dinner Sunday
Lodge Honors
Menorah Slates Sam Horowitz
Nehama Lifschitz
N<-hama Lifschitz a Soviet Jew-1
ish -intr^f who fmigra led to Israel!
in 1969 will appear at the Deau-'
MIMAMA UfSCHtTZ
vi'.le Hotel Sunday night as a
special guest at the annual Temple
Menorah-Lsrael Dinner of State.
Announcement of Miss Lifschitz's
performance at the testimonial to
Murray and Frieda Friedman, re-
"-- .ect of the State of Is-
rau l-Atzmaut Award, was made
;> Robert L. Siegel, president of
the Miami Beach congregation.
and Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz.
I-i-lore Wollowick is chairman
: the dnner. with Carl and Muriel
ItoMnberg serving; as chairmen
cf the corps of ho-ts. Mrs. Lee
Gottli lent of the Temple
Menorab Sisterhood, and PhiHp
Israel, president of the Men's Cub,
working closely with Mr. Wol-
. -k.
Mr. Friedman was one of three
persons in Florida who visited Is-
rael last February on the personal
invitation of Prime Minister Golda
Meir for a survey mission. He has
been active in the South Florida
Conference on Soviet Jewry, of
which Rabbi Abramowitz is chair-
man.
Honorary dinner chairmen are
Dave Alper. Harry Carman. Isaac
Fryd. Manny Goldberg. Dr. Sam-
uel Greenfield. Dora Kaskel. Jo-
seph Mansbach. Herman Oberman.
Joe Rubin. Sam Schiffman. William
Sadler and Abraham Uslander.
The Stu Granger society orches-
tra will play for the dinner, one
o: the most significant in the
State of Israel Bonds campaign
here. Temple Menorah and Rabbi
Abramowitz have been active in
the Bonds drive since It began in
Greater Miami with a dinner hon-
oring Mrs. Meir May 10, 1951.
In her Israeli debut in Tel Aviv
Miss Lifschitz was wildly acclaim-
ed by an enthusiastic overflow
crowd of 3.000 which included
Prime Minister Golda Meir. De-
fense Minister Moshe Dayan and
other members of the Israel Cabi-
net. In her initial performance be-
fore her new countrymen, which
marked her first appearance out-
side the Soviet Union, Miss Lif-
schitz sang Yiddish songs that Rus-
sians, both Jews and non-Jews, had
packed her concerts to hear.
Sam Herewifi
Membership chairman Sam Hor-
owitz was chosen Knight of the
Year by the George Gershwin
Knights of Pyth
as Lodge 196
and was hop |
ored for his
work at the
dinner held re-
cently by the
Past Chancellors
Association at
m I the Seville Ho-
I tel.
Under Mr.
Horowitz' lead-
ership, the
Lodge has be-
come the largest in the domain of
Florida and the Grand Chancellor
for his outstanding work in this '
field.
In addition to his membership
j duties, he has found time to be
, chairman of the youth activities
committee as well as the charity
fund, which dispenses funds locally
to all appeals, notably that of
Cystic Fibrosis. muscular dystro-
phy and Variety Children's Hos-
pital.
Ed Cohen Speaker
Edward Cohen, administration
j director of Temple Israel, was to
I be guest speaker for the Spinoza
Forom Thursday at 10 a.m. at
1234 Washington Ave. Dr. Abra-
ham Wolfson is forum director,
and Arnold Kleiner serves as
chairman.
Among those involved in the planning of Brandeis Uni-
versity's Silver Anniversary celebration were Ralph Levitz
(left) chairman of the board of Levitz Furniture Corp. a
fellow of Brandeis University, and general chairman oi the
25th Anniversary Celebration Committee, and Dr. Stanley
Frehling, a founder of the Brandeis Club of Greater Miami
and a former president of the Brandeis Club, and currently
a fellow of the university. Plans include numerous private
functions prior to a gala Dec. 14 dinner-dance to be held
at the Doral Country Club and an off-campus Der. 14-15
meeting of the Brandeis University board of trustees ;; the
Doral Hotel, Miami Beach.
A little out of the way.
A lot out of the ordinary.
Laurence M. Lurie, former exec-
utive director cf Variety Chil-
dren's Hospital has been
named executive director of
Miami-Dade General Hospital,
located at 9333 SW 152nd St.
Mr. Lurie, a life-long resident
of Miami, rsceived his B.S. de-
gree in Business Administra-
tion from Florida Atlantic Uni-
versity and his master's in Hos-
pital Administration from the
Medical Colleae of Virginia,
and is a member of the Amer-
ican, Florida and South Florida
Hospital Associations.
Brandeis Zionist District
Meeting Scheduled Monday
Brandeis Zionist District of Mi-
ami Beach will meet Monday at8
p.m. in the Washington Federal
Auditorium. 1133 Normandy Dr.,
it has been announced.
Meyer Siegel. chairman of the
State of Israel, will detail plans
for the Nov. 13 dramatic presenta-
tion at the Deauville Hotel. The
25th anniversary celebration of the
presentation will include a re-
enactment ot the United Nations
special session of 1947.
Point II at Point of Americas isn't the easiest place in the
world to get to. Unless you're coming by boat: in which case,
just look for the most outstanding, closest to the-sea landmark on
the Fort Lauderdale skyline right where Port Everglades inlet
meets the sea.
Which is one of the things that make Point II an extra-ordinary
place to live. All that ocean. A private beach of your own to enjoy
it from. A balcony big enough to let you dine overlooking the
water. And a huge pool also overlooking the water.
Inside, nothing is missed.Two-bedroom apartments with marble baths
and countless luxury features. Every room is extraordinarily large
and architecturally unique. Kitchens that put pleasure back into
cooking, with the latest electronic appliances. And the privacy and
comfort of sound-conditioned masonry construction and a complete
manned/electronic security system. It all adds up to greater value
for your money. Point II was built more than a year ago, when con-
struction costs were significantly lower. Today, we'd have to charge
more for the same luxury and you'd have to wait a long time to
enjoy it.
So, even if you have to go a little out of your way to find Point II,
you'll find that we went out of our way to give plenty of reasons
to stay.
Condominium models open daily at 2200
South Ocean Lane, Fort Lauderdale. Drive
East to the end of the 17th Street Cause-
way, turn right and go as far as you carjj
Point _.
tot
AT POINT OF AMERICAS
Itis as for as jou can go.
Built and developed by General<3&Builders
Listed American Stock Exchange
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November 10, 1972
^Jenist fhrktlar)
Paae 9-A
Dr. Kaplan Named Chairman
Of Emanu-EFs Bond Dinner
Sherman R. Kaplan has
. named chairman of the an-
al Temple Kmanu-El-Israel Din-
nization. will work closely with
Dr. Kaplan in planning for the
Dec. 3 dinner and dance.
The occasion will inaugurate the
Miami Beach synagogue's cele-
bration of Israel's forthcoming
25th anniversary of independence.
Temple Emanu-El has had close
ties with the Israel Bonds cam-
paign since it began 21 years ago.
with Mr. Friedland former Greater
Miami and Florida stale chairman
for Israel Bonds.
Temple Emanu-El annually has
held one of the mosl successful
synagogue dinners for Israel Bondo
in the United States, according to
Milton M. Parson, director for
Greater Miami.
Bray Tones Down
Rogers Statement
WASHINGTON, T>r i.itm
Secretary of State William P.
Rogers' statement that th
United States would "very soon"
be "very active" in trying to
bring about Egyptian-Israeli ne-
gotiations to reopen the Sue?.
Canal and a "commitment to
full implementation" of the U.N.
Se?urity Council's Resolution
212, has been toned down by the
State Department.
State Department spokesman
Charles Bray said "It simply
was an expression of intention.
We have b?^n active diplo-
matically on this problem in the
past, and we anticipate be-
j-. future."
Gavriel And Judith Shapiro Arrive
'ERUi VI.EM UTAi Gavrid and Judith Shapiro arrived here
!"'i \i g from Vienra with a planeload of Soviet Jewish
ants S'-a-iro said that nffr months of setbacks, being in
' .'.< "a 'i-e:>-i conv true." Mr?. Shapiro, who exj.resssrt
thanks to American Jews "for helping us," also said "the American
press was responsible for my husband's release." A Jewish Agency
spokesman said the Shapiros p'.an to stay at Bet Giora hostel, until
they find permanent quarters.
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I i i of the function was made by
tiiuel X. Friedland, chairman of
board, and Judge Herbert S.
hapiio. president of the Miami
tach congregation.
(r>v Kaplan, secretary of Temple
nianu-E!, is former chairman of
Department of Medicine at
fount Sinai Medical Center in
iami Beach and is senior attend-
Tp physician there now.
| A graduate of the University of
oiida and the University of
misville School of Medicine, Dr.
laplan is a noted hematologist,
V- ite clinical professor of med-
litu- at the University of Miami
hool of Medicine and a fellow
thi American College of Physi-
ans.
Dr Irving Lchrman, rabbi of
n c Emanu-El and chairman
thi board of governors of the
Miami Israel Bonds orga-
Holmes Braddock
[reakfast Speaker
t Temple Beth Am
IG. Holmes ilraddock. cha;rman
the Dade Co-nty School Board.
I be the feat red speaker at
tmp'e Beth Am's 9:30 a.m. con-
jcrational breakfast Smida >,
lv 19 in the temple's social hall.
1 has been annovneed. His topic
I. School Matters in Dade
bunt/."
Braddock, a native of
leorgia, received most of his ed"-
ii.n in Florida, and gradra'-"
|on the I'niveraity of Miami with
S.M.A. in Education in 1953. First
to the School Board in
62, he was leclrctcd in 1066 and
TO aftei lecomlng its chairman
After William Lehman's
n early thi; year, Mr.
; was a"?'in chosen chair-
pan of that body.
iNmv a sieressf-I insurance ex-
tutivc, Mr. Braddock has reen
jc :e.-i ient of n imero Icludine the 1970 American Jew-
Ih Committee Human Relations
Iar Man of the Year" award for sew-
[ to education, the 1971 FB.4
fcchon Bell" award and the
Outstanding Citizen of Florida"
ward
The bn akfast is free to Brother-
hood members; the general pubic
also invited to attend, but a
liraII donation is required. P.eser-
tttons may be made by mail oi
?>' calling "the temple office.
fund Raising Brunch
Beacon Unit of the Panamcolao"
Wncer Research Instit'ite will
M'l a fund raising brunch and
pitl party Tuesday at the Algiers
FIn'''l Mrs. David Glickman is
resident of the group.
Presenting
Anita Bryant for
First Federal of Miami
"Let me tell you win11 believe
in what First Federal is doing.
' "First Federal is lendingmore money to people extra conveniences, plus the high interest they
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By KARRI MORRIS A. SKOP mother obfegates children to show
Temple Sholum. Pompano Bench I
Question
Box
ICflOUS
In this work's liihlica) Sidrah
we read once again the many
stories recorded about Abraham
Isaac, Jacob.
R.>-
Esnu and
bekah.
We note the
serious implica-
tions hen par-
ents -how fa-
voritism to chil-
dren and
arouse their
jealousy.
read of
worries of par-
ents that their
children should
meet and marry the best of mat <.
We note how Abraham an 1 Isaac
and Relx'kah felt their obligations
to their children and tried to guide
and protect them. We are im-
pressed by th^ efforts of the sons
Jacob and Esau to fiet their fath-
er's blessing before Isaac passed
on.
The Sidrah raises the intriguing
question whether there are limits
to parent's obligations to children
'it spect and concern" for parents
md sets no limits to this obliga-
tion of respect and concern.
In the Talmud this care and
concern is interpreted to mean
that when parents get sick. old.
nelplen or poor, "chayov lachzor
ol hapsochim lozun es oviv ve es
imo" children are obligated
to see to it that parents get food
and care to the end of their days.
Children may not love their
parents some never earn this love
... but they must know that there
" e| are no limit* to the children's obli-
gations to show respect and con-
cern for parents.
Children may differ with par-
.";: t* cord at an early age and think
they can stand on their own feet;
they even rebel and seek their own
By RARRI SAMIEL J. FOX
I (c), 197'J Jewish, 'telegraphic Agency)
Why are there stri]>es on the
traditional Talith?
The essential feature of a Talith
are the lour fringes that are at-
tached respective])' one to each
of the four corners. Actually, the
policy was to have a four-cornered
earmont to which one may attach
the fringes in fulfillment of the
Biblical command which asks us
to put such fringes on the four
corners of our garments.
^0it^tf>0i0t^0fH00t0tnm0>0>0<9i0>f,
CANDLELrGHTING TIME
i KISLEV 5:14
Msli*sjBk
Orthodox. Rabbi Dav.d ,
Cantor Abraham Se,< L" "''"ld-
MENORAH Conservative. Rabbi Mav,r i* St.
ow.ta. Cantor Nice Frioml "'""
Friday : pm iSTmiSSP P /
daughter of Mr. and \V, .'. "nd.
Su.hti. Saturday : ,...1 ,;*ll"a
"in. liar M
Wehard. no., of'j,r. .,;i"ur;
~ etsvhaut. *
'vah:
!mmV^^AM^MAA>AMA*A NER TAMI
Rabbi Eugene Lab'ovitz" !Z"!!
ward Klein. CanMr E-
Friday R:is p m., \n
MIAMI
A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
D (Templet, smi. ?.
W.,rv,ay SSj*
Baj r, s,.,M ":
"Leam rlow T>
ANSHE EMES 2S33 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz
Originally, these fringes each
were supposed to have had one
thread of blue included in them as
the Bible states: "And Thou Shalt
Put in a Thread of Blue" fDciit.
15:38). Since we were not familiar
BETH AM (Temple). 5950 N. Kendall
Dr. S. Miami. Reform, Rabb Her-
bert Baumgard 3
BETH DAVID. 2626
Conservative Rabbi Irving A. Wein-
gard. Cantor William W. Lipaon. 4
Friday (South Dade Auditorium) ":"
p.m. teeiuijre service*; R:S(I p.m. con-
reiratlonal aervlca*. Sermon topic by
.,.:,,, ,,, Rabbi welngart: "Rabbi t.-ii Me
With the proper shade of blue Flmaa!" "What A Qneatlon -What An
whi"h is reouircd, our fringes arc Anatrer." Saturday (Main Sanctuary,
tnrlov -.11 M-hitn Coral Way) P a.m. liar Milzvah: Perry,
looay an unite. .,, of J|r am| N|r To signify that ideally a thread i BETH EL- 500 sw 17,h Ave- Or,h0-
5X SHA,LOM 7055 Bonn, Bf ,
thodox Rabbi Phinea, Wetaw.-
Cantor Leo Radin """
-----a :1i
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENT69 ,.!
Collin. Ave. Rabbi Sadi NanS **'
SW 3rd Ave. C?R_EG.AT.,0N.ET2 CHAIM m.
44 Washington Ave. R
Groner.
NORTH BAY
"obi A.-ohoi
and children's obligations to par-1 and the obligations of a Jacob and
ents ... or to those who guide and i an Esau to lie worthy of their
raise them. parents' concern still abide with
In a wholesome Jewish home "" Thorc im' no ,lmita ,hc ob"
the parents know that while the! Rations of each generation.
youngsters are under the parental
roof they receive love, guidance
tender care and support. After
they leave home and begin to be
Ife-styie, but parents know that'of bluo is required, some stripes I
are run through the Talith. either
in Mack or blue. The Talmud (Me-
maehoth 43:BI explains that the
color blue was originally required
for one thread of the fringes be-
cause it represents the royalty of
the Almighty reflected by a stone
>f sapphire under the chair of
glory and in turn reflected through
the sky and the sea.
there are no limits to their deep
love and concern for even the way-
ward and prodigal child when cri-
ses in life find them helpless and
in need.
The worries of Ahrahnm. Isaac
ar.'i Rebekah are still with us .
dox. Rabbi H. Rothman.
BETH KODESH, ^101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Sha.
piro. Cantor Lecn Segai. 6
I'Yiilay 8:1". p.m. Rabbi Shapiro will
dlscvaH: "Peace, }<......, i>t No
Peace!" Mr. and .Mrs. Bam Wolfaon
will clebrate their ili weddlnR an-
niversary, their children hoetins; the
s.it-sr Shabbtst Saturday 8:4B
CENTER. m"temft
Murray Yavneh. ",'
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AGUDAS ACHIM NUSACH SECon
CONGREGATION. 707 5th s- I
ami Beach. Orthodox. R,h-, 'u.'
decai Chaimovits.
wmnTmuK behch
ADATH YESHURUN ,Tmp>-. tm,
NE Miami Gardens or c-ii-rvj
tive. Rabbi Milton Schlinsk, Can'
tor Reuvan Eckhaus.
33
BETH TORAH. 1051 N. Mian. gMt,
Blvd. Conaervative Rabbi v<, (.i..
schitz. Cantor Jacob B Mendc'ion 34
unt-K Shal.liat. Satumnv Ml., a.m., 'cvmai dsduaci ..a.........
.".'- I!......j ^..i";n.u..i,s Come and I B ^SSJSSS^nSL^^S? 0
oJnW:-VtSnor,LtPw"' "IMl,>M'"l Zwe"'nfl- C'n- S* V&9
USY Day On Island
Since Dade County schools were
, to be closed on Thursdav. mem-
on the r own there is still the on- ,*. of Temple Menorah USY wero
t'oin? ob.igation of c->ncerned par-
ents to be available when troubles,
illness or tragedies occur.
Good children also never set lim-
its to their obligations to familv
. especially parents. The Filt>
Commandment does not speak of
"loving" your parents "love
for parents" is earned the word
"IcabaW" honor y*ur father and
to snend the dav on an island off
Ha11 lover Beach. The day was to
begin with a boat ride and a pic-
nic, and was to conclude with
afternoon and evening services.
Rabbi Maver Abramowitz and
Ronald Heller, youth director,
were to discuss the relationship
between prayer and the world of
nature.


synopsis of mt wunr tomah porrroN
Toledos
And these are the generations of Isaac, Abraham's son
(Chapters 25:19-28-5)
JACOB AND ESAU: It was not until 20 years after her
mairlage that Rehekah bore twin sons, as a result of Isaacs
prayers 1o God. Ksau. the elder, became a hunter, while Jacob,
the younger, lea a peaceful life as a shepherd. Ksau showed little
regard foi his pihilegc.s ae first born and, on one occasion when
returning from hunting in a famished state, agreed to sell his
birthright to Jacob in return for some bread and lentil pottage.
ISAAC at GERAR: On account of a famine. Isaac went to
live in Gerar. declaring that Rebekah was his sister. Although
A nmelech, the king of Gerar. discovered the truth, Isaac was
allowed to remain n the city and through his industrious efforts
became prosperous. This arousrd the envy of the people and
Abimeiech wquestea Isaac to leave his country. Journeying
through the alley of Gerar he dug up his father's wells which
had been covered with earth by the Philistines, and eventually
reached Beersheeba. Before long he was visited by Abimeiech
who recognizing that Isaac was favored by God, concluded a
peace treaty with him. Meanwhile, Ksau grieved his parents
by marrying two Hittite women.
BLESSING OF ISAAC: Isaac had grown old, blind and felt
that the time had come to confirm Esau's authority as first-born
He therefore requested Esau to bring him some venison that he
might eat some of it and bless him. Rebekah. overhearing the
conversation, dressed Jacob in Esau's garments, covered his
hands and neck with goat-skin to make them feel hairy, and
sent him to Isaac with ven'son. Jacob's voice aroused Isaac's
suspicions, bi:t they wen allayed when he felt his hands. He
blessed Jacob and told him that his descendants would inherit
a fertile land and rule over other nations. No sooner had Jacob
le't than Raau returned and the truth was discovered, but Isaac
did not revoke the former blessing. In response 10 Esau's plea,
he foretold that the future generations of Esau would live by
the sword bit would hove to serve Jacob's descendants for some
time. E -tit vowed !o kill his brother as soon as their father died,
so Rehekah advised her favorite son to leave home and stay
with Laban, her bro'her, al Haran. Isaac now realizing that it
was God'.- will thai Jacob should possess the rights of the first-
born, gave him similar counsel and. extre^ed the ish that he
choose ;i wife from a nong hi- uncle's fami'y. Arter Jacob had
lefl Beersheeba Esau, in an effort t> placate his parents for
marrying alien wives, married his cousin, a daughter of Ishmael,
!> there any spcrlnl reason
for requiring the fringes (Tzlt-
rith) to Ik* made tip of a spe-
cific number of turns of threads?
Some sources claim that the
Hebrew word Tzitzith is made up
of letters whose total mimeri-al
equivalent is fiOO. Adding to this
number the number five repre-
senting the number of knots and
the number eight representing the
number of threads, one arrived at
a total of 613. The fringes are,
thus, a reminder to the wearer to
bse-vo the 61.3 commandments of
the Jewish faith.
Other sources soy that the turns
of the fringes required for each
fringe fie.. 7. 8. 11 and laf) total
39. The numerical equivalent of
the letters that make up the He-
brew e\-pression "God is One
BETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Charles
Rubel. Cantor Seymour Hinkes. 8
1'Yiilay s:ir, p.m. Herman tonic: "\
Jewish Woman In a Man's World",
followed by OneR Shabbat hosted. I.v
Sisterhood.
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ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER Mi-
mi. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi'
Joseph R. Narot. 10 j
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th j
St. Conservative. Rabbi Paul J.
Bender. Cantor Nothan Parnass. 11
OR OLOM (Temple). 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Elliot
Winograd. Cantor Yehouda Binya-
min. 13 |
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klain. u
1-Yiday SMT. p.m. Rahhi Klein will clis-
euiK "fan the human rare be unlfhsl
at lone; iHdt or is it a naive Utopian
dream?"
happens to be 39.
2ION (Temple). 8000 Miller Rd Cn.
servative. Rabbi Norman Shapiro.
Canter Errol Halfman. 16
! Friday S |>..n. Sermon topic: "ReftoC-
tlons." ttnturday !) am.. B'nal Mlts-
vah: Michael, wi of Mr. and Mis
Harold Flaunt; Harry, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harvey Hrant. Sermon tonic*
The fringes, therefore, remind j -sc-drah of the Week"
us of the unity of the Almiehty. j ----------
Some claim that the five knot.s _.___ IHAltAH
symbolize the Five Books of Moses I ^"a1 JSSmWS^Sijr^
in which 6i3 commandments are than zoiondek. 15
written. i-viday 8:10 p.m. Sermon topic: "Big.
.___________________________"-"> Virsus Qroatneaa." Saturday
S:30 a.m.
Fine Arts Exhibit
j And Auction Set
At Belli David
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. 2225^
NE 121st St. Conservative. Rabbi
Joseph Gorfinkel. Cantor Ben Zion
Kirschenbaum. 35 '
I MIAMI BtACH
The Fine Arts Gallery of Beth AG,U.?ATH 'SRASL. 7S01 Carlvie Ave. '
3J
SINAI (Temple), of NORTH ;nF
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Retor.- aaW,i
Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor i-vibo
Shulkes. -)
i'r day 8:15 p.m. s, ,,.,,.. .,.ul
is 11 (i,.o,i For Tli. .-.
10:10 a.m. Bar Mltzvali; ;> phnel
Kaufman.
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SKY LAKE SYNAGOCLE |8'31 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabb, jj-m g.
Caplan. 33
---- -
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml.
AMI. 990 NE 171st St. 0-'.-;dox.
Rabbi Zalman Kossowsky. 39
CMAL GABUi
JUOEA (Temple). 5500 Granadi Blvd.
Reform. Rabbi Morns Kipper 40'
Fridny S;ir. p.m Sermon .pi. :
"Ileaehlnt; Upward." S..tunJ..
am. liar Mltzvali: Si. \n.
and Mrs. Herlurl Pandcn
----
ZAMORA (Temple). U Zamo'i Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwii A.
Bei-ger. Cantor P. Hihel Bru-^mer.
41
Friday S:ir. p.m. Baa M>z ..' I^ri-.
Weissman. dauchter > i Sir, .^ 1 Mrs.
Itiiy Helltnun.
SUKfSWt
MOGAN DAVID CONGREG"ON,
9148 Harding Ave. O't">odo> 'ibbi
Isaac D. Vine. 50
rOKT lAUDtKDAlt
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 7'V) W.
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Akiva.
Brilliant. Cantor Maurice Net. 42
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EMANU-EL. 3245 W. Oaklasl Park
Blvd. (Reform), nabl-i AftlHK J.
Abrams. Cantor Jerome Kler-'nt. 43
POMPAN0 BfaCH
SHOLOM (Temple). 132 SE 11th Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Morns A ikop.
Cantor Jacob J. Render.
I
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wai te
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'
nil 5
m -h
Bl

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ind it
W
p.-. .nsi
ml
1 led
MARGATE JEWISH
NW 9th St.
CENTE-
6101
DavH is presentine its third show,
featuring Ruth Rubin Htxles start-
ine Sundav trim 7:96 to 9 n m. at
Beth David. Coral Way, 2625 SW,
3rd Ave. The artist will be pres-
ent at this showing. I
The reclnient of a 1-year scholar-'
shio to Moot* College of Art in I
Philadelnhia, anti of the John F.
I-ewis Memorial Travel ins; Fellow-
sbiD. Ruth was awarded numer-
ous prizes. Including; a trip to
Pari*. the coveted first prize of
Philadelphia's Fashion Group.
Having established herself in
the field of advertising art, Ruth
has been invited to exhibit her work
in some of the foremost national
eallerica, notably the Philadelphia
Art Museum.
On Sunday. Nov. 19. there will
be a fine arts auction in Soeetor
1 Hall which will open at 7 p.m.
The auction has been scheduled
to start at 8:15 p.m. and will in-
clude a collection of contcmiiorary
Israeli and French graphics, wa-
tercolors, oils and posters.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sheldon M. Ever.
BETH ISRAEL. 77o"40th St. Orthodox
Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro. 18
BSTH ,MCOa 30" Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Svir.
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches 19
BETH RAPHAEL (Ternple). 1545 Jef-
frrson Ave. Conservative. Rabhi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
HAUANDAlt
HALLANDALE JEWISH Ci' "ER
(Conservative). 416 NE 8t Ave.
Rabbi Harry E. Schwartz, Cantor
Jacob Danziger.
Friday :1S p m. Rnhhl s ii-.i .- a-lll
dlnetiKa "XeH-s Behind Tl h. ,, k."
Baturday : a in.
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (Templet. 13S1 S. 14th Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. 45
Friday s: 1 r, p.m. SirniMi topic: Kr-
openinit Did Wells", follcro by
I Ones Bhabbat hosted by Mr. a.. I Mrs.
.T- TFLJ-AH- 935 Euclid Ave. Or. j Blank v silver. Baturda.i II Bar
:. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov- Mltivah: Btanley, sen of Mr. .i A Mrs.
22 j Stanley Silver.
BETH SHOLOM (Temple). 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser. 21
sky.
B TToNY2^EMrriSHA'r CONGREGA' i BETH SHALOM (Temple). 1721 Mon-
TION. 843 Mer.dian Avo. 22-A roe St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
s*in>k, .________. Mlllvtkw r.antAn Irw.nn Gold. 40
Members cf the selection com-
c mittee include Arlene Florence and
i Ruth Rubin, both local artists
I Mrs. Helen Frl * '- i Mrs, lidward Lcvinr.
CliW HEBREW CONGREGATION
g*. WsallllllSsa Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig. 23
CUBAN SEPHARDItTHEBREW CON.
GREGATION. 716 Washington A,..,
Rabbi Meir Masliah Melamea. 23.A
EMANU-EL (Temple). 1701 Washing,
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. 24
HEBREW ACADEm"v72400 Pine Tree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross.
25
Malaveky. Cantor Irving Gold. 40
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SINAI (Temple). 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
Cantor Yehuda Heilbraun. 47
TEMPLE BETH AHM. Conservative,
310 SW. 62nd Avenue. Hollywood.
Rabbi Salomon Benerroch.
TEMPLE SOLEL (Liberal) _5001
Thomas Street, Hollywood. Rabbl
Robert Frazin.
Fridnv 8 p.m. (at Bberldan Hills
Elementary School) Rabbl Drasla will
speak ..11 :i:i.eti(,ns '72 Th- Next
CONG. AN-NELL (Branch of Hehrew ''">" Ve:irs" followed by Onea; Shab-
Academy). 7th St. and Meridi*" ''< hoated by Mr. and Mrs larry
Ave. orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Ben. Hiiiel. A raid Hills Country Chibi Bar Ml-
.-----a___ vah: Nlok Stephen, "' ol I >"-l
cvAr.S^. COHEN COMMUNITY
SVNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave
Orthodox Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel.
Mrs. Harrv (luldsmilh.
MIKAMAK
26 ISRAEL (Temple). 692f SW 3 .th St.
KMcctru ,^'."" i Conservative. Rabbi Aeom Crazin.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave. Cantor Abraham Ko.t.r. 48
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November 10. 1972
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NEW STORK, NY- Even in the last slatjo of reaching for
are different negotiating styles, as witness Hanoi a
m-. :.,i Washington's. Hanoi's style ivas brusque and abra-
( nited Slates, breaking the news of the agreement
i going oer President Nixon's head to reach the
V M ople directly and got them to pressure President
Ti ; iccepting the peace terms fast. Thieu's style wa
sserting that peace between the two Vietnams wa
nake. not the United States, and that there would be
emenl until he signed it. Washington's was couchcc:
nn else, yet confident language of Henry Kissinger'!
iefing.
i iting that continues is an effort by each side to posi-
tiri it- the peace it expects, and to have as much territory
to govern when the cease-fir.' comes. It will come
-. it will be a great historic event, the end of an
nlj for America which lost :;o many lives, but fbi
both Vi urs which lest many more and confronted each othei
hatreds.
the best peace that any or the throe governments in
0 could have hoped for. Hanoi wanted the guarantee
o! a coa on government in South Vietnam even before a cease-
wanted Thieu sent packing. It got neither. Saigon
|l '" withdrawal of North Vietnam s fores from the south.
- v. ishlngton did. Neither got it. Both also feared the pos-
|si!-Ji rgence of a coalition government, especially Thieu.
Hu sue \ government ma> come. Kissinger was unable to
sh ich evidenoe foi Thieu that it wouldn't.
* !* it
BIT WHILE IT ISNT TIIK BEST peace for any of the
I g groups, it .s likely to bo a good ending for a bad war
Jfo- all peoples involved. It will stop the killing, it will start
|t.v mar uverlng for a supervised eh>ction in South Vietnam
ar. i; .. start the postwar reconstruction of both Vietnams.
Wh( Richard Nixon calls it a "pea-e with honor" as
i st a iK-ace with surrender," he is arguing for political
| intag-.' and he oversimplifies the differences. Yet most de-
wrvers, like the rather eoolheadci diplomats in the-
;'.i\l N lions, agree in their surprise a' how well America
- i in the jieace agreement. Everyone had expected that
-, naked humiliation would be only thinly covered over
| some rhetorical fig leaf. Thai hasn't happened The fact of
j cease-fire coming before the political, and the fact
I iaging of the Saigon government, at least for the
. \ period before the elections these are far more
if or face saving.
II look at the peace from that angle, then Sargent
barge that it is all a "political maneuver" on Mr.
: ; for election advantage, seems a shrill evaluation.
MsGovern's credit, he doesn't make that claim. He
hat ii is a settlement that America could have had
iny :ime during the last four years. I doubt it strongly. It
b i the weight of the evidence that Henry Kissinger piled
gaiiM such a view when he discussed Hanoi's switch in its
position on Oct. 8. McGovem's claim that the antiwar
menl must take considerable credit for pressuring the ad-
tration into peace is on firmer ground, although not the
- irj .
t; IE SEAL COUNT AO*IXST Mr. Nixon is that in ma-
fir for almost four years to get a "peace with honor," he
but at what cast?
is little doubt about the skill with which Kissinger
11 nis "linkage" theory that the China and Russia SALT
I'nain segments of American policy wore all linked. The
i bombing and mining weakened the Hanoi offensive of
(ng, and the dea'.s with China and Russia increased Peking
0W pressure on Hanoi, and Nixon s great powers poli-
^i::thened him against McGovern in the election cam-
i the reality of Mr. Nixon's voter strengths and Mc-
|voter weakness finally crashed through to Hanoi. Put
|together and you get a whole parallelogram of pres-
ied Hanoi to its Oct. 8 concessions and thus led to the
gain one must ask: At what ccst? At the cost of four
[years of war. with its tens of thousands of deaths and
fn all the camps, and its desolation of families, and its
mess of social ties and the human spirit.
[ it Xixon and Henry Kissinger know power, and they
to use it in confronting ruthless enemies, and they
piiances with skill. The rulers of Hanoi. Moscow and
I respect that skill. But the haunting question per-
iany people have had to pay how much so that Mr
hieu and the Politburo at Hanoi could carry on their
Dr. Saul Wachs To
Conduct Seminars \
Dr. Saul Wachs. Professor- of
Education of the Philip Lown
School of Contemporary Judaism'
at Brandois University' and na-
tionally known Jewish Educator,
will conduct seminars in the teach-
ing of prayer under the B"8' lees
01 the Central Agency for Jewish
Education Friday and S-ndav
mornings, acsordins to Herbert
Zvi Bergor, executive director of
the Agency.
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Israeli Envoy to U.N.
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I the lives of students. He led highly
successful seminars for the teach-
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Dr. Wachs served as Educa- ;
tional Director for more than a
decade in a special, experimental
school in Columbus, Ohio, and was ,
awarded the first Aaron Zacks i
Awards of the American Associa-
tion of Jewish Educators for in-
novations in Jewish Education.
His presentation is part of the
on-going professional growth of
the Institute of Jewish Studies
of the Central Agency for Jewish
Education.
The seminar Friday morning
will be o|>en to Hebrew and Sun-
day school teachers; Sunday's will
be designed for all-day school
teachers.
Plummer To Submit
Progress Report
City Commissioner J. L. Phim-
mer will address the members of
the City of Miami Committee on
Ecology and Beaut ification at their
luncheon-meeting Friday. Nov. 17,
at the Columbus Hotel, chairman
K. Albert Pallot has announced.
He will submit a progress report
on the "Parks For People" bond
issue passed last March.
The sub-committee on the
"Building of the Month," headed
by architect Robert I.ittle. will
announce the award for distin-
guished architecture and imagina-
tive landscaping to Oscar Vila,
president of the 1840 Coral Way
office building.
Recognition will also bo given
to B. M. Bonach. Jr., architect,
and landscape designer Orlando
R. Comas, for "their conception of
an aesthetic contemporary struc-
ture in a limited-lot area, and de-
veloping judicious land use along
a busy thoroughfare."
Lizaheth Martell. secretary, is
accepting reservations for the
awards luncheon.
His Excellency, Ovadia Soffer,
Israeli Ambassador to the United
Nations, will be the guest speaker
-U the anneal dinner Of the
Greater .Miami Israel Hisladrut
Campaign Dec. :; al the Fontaine-
I lean Hotel.
The (unction will honor Gabriel
Kahn, Miami Beach civic leaner.
and help to celebrate Israel's Im-
pending 25th anniversary of in-
dependence.
Announcement of Ambassador
Soffer's visit here was made by
Samuel Feinstcin. president, and
Moe Levin, chairman of the board
)i the Israel Histadrut Council of
South Florida.
They also announced the ap-
IHtintment of Morris Newmarlc,
treasurer of the Israel Histadrut
Council, as chairman of the Dec. .1
dinner, Mr. New mark, who, to-
gether with bis wife Anna, has
dedicated five medical clinics and
B synagogue to the people of
Israel through Histadrut, is a na-
tional leader of the Israel His-
i lodrut Foundation.
Ambassador Soffer will share
: the platform with Judge David
Ayalon, head of the Jerusalem
Labor Council, and Dr. Leon
Kronish, national chairman of the
Israel Histadrut Foundation ami
honorary chairman of the South
Florida Council.
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in the end. Harwi was forced to
-agree to toial 'itMm*a' of all
"foreign troops" from both La s
and Cambodia.
BIT EVEN a I'.S. KMtor
ought to be able to see fiat
100.000 solJie-s. many hundred
of rr.il>?s from iuvrte in n =t-an '
land, cannot sustain and lUppiy
themselves on ah" alone. A" \
that will be the result if ail
Nonl: Vietnamese are to bo
withdrawn from Cambodia and
Laos
Camboda provides e.-aential
bases for the North Vietnamese
in S^uth Vietnam. The;r even
more essential supply line runs
through Laps, and requires tvs
of thousands of men to operate.
Henee the absence of spe-ifc
provisions concerning the North
Vietnamese in So-th Vietnam
is really inconsequential. It is
another fig K.af Bar Hanoi, in
fact.
KAILt'RE to destroy Presi-
dent Thieu's government, plus
effective abandonment of the
North Vietnam-se military ef-
fort in the south these are
th- essential features ot' the Kis-
singer-La Due Tho draft a-j-e*-
ment. Anyone with practical
common sense should be able to
see that these two features, in
and of themselves, add up to
Hanoi's acceptance of near-total
defeat
Since the last report in this
space, moreover, far m it evi-
dence has accumulated that for
the next few years, at least,
cheating by Hanoi is genuinely
unlikely. In particular, it is now
known that the theme of Amer-
ican aid for North Vietnam's
recordtruction was struck very
early in the Kissinger-Le Due
Th)
tiu: north Vietnamese rep-
ntativei raised the i<;iie of
aid and. furthemiore. they
har-p.d on it with great persist-
:. e They actually wanted a
I id aid agreement to be
drawn up in parallel with the
-fire agreement. But Dr.
Kissinger merely committed the
United States in principle, as
President Johnson had done, in
reality, some years ago.
The aid agreement is instead
to be negotiated after the re-
turn of the U.S. prisoners in
North Vietnamese hands. On
this point, again, the North
Vu tnamese yielded a position
obstinately maintained for a long
period. But it was also th- North
Vietnamese who rpontaneous'y
suggested a joint US-North
Vietnamese commission to ad-
minister the aid over a five-
year term. This is hardly con-
sis :- with an intent to break
the cease-fire ag-eement as soon
as it is initialed.
THERE ARE two other dan-
ge:-s to th'> successful out.\>me
of the war that also need men-
tion, however. President Thieu.
a deeply cautious and suspicious
mar may not have the boldness
and energy to sei/e the oppor-
tunity that has now been r>re-
serted to him. In South Viet-
mn just about all the cards
will be left in his hands. But he
mus: play the cards with cour-
age and skill.
There is also some danger
of the successful outcome be-
ing sabotaged by the numerous
American politicians and think-
ers who endlessly said that we
ought to surrender because we
could never eet an honorable
settlement. These people took
pretty silly now. It is sordid,
too. that there should be any
danger of sabotage on their nart.
But accuracy compels noting it.
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2. Which Cftv in Israel has the largest Dopulation?
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4. What Is the main seaport of Israel?
3 \V'iat is "Vom Hasnoa...
6. In pn-state days what was Halukkah?
7. What i the Kote' Hamaara.'i?
8 What is Yom Hazikavon?
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This Week In History...
year- Aft This Week: 1932 I started as a 12-year-old newsboy-
wish .-indents and at least one j bootblack and eventually was
were" beaten in anti- credited with 'tearing down more
XftJric landmarks in New York
B (Jerhaps any other man," died
iif1 3'J as -^, milHonairc.bUilder.
Eighteen Jews were killed in
Kroehmalngasse, Warsaw, when a
wall in the poorest Jewish quarter
collapsed.
A bureau to provide "authentic
information" on National Socialism
was established in Washington
D.C.
10 Years Ago This Week: 1962
Foreign Minister Golda Meir ac-
cused Dr. John H. Davis, UNRWA
Commissioner General, of reaching
"political conclusions outside his
car terms of reference" In calling on
Israel to expedite the refugees'
repatriation.
Israel's General Assembly vote
for sanctions against South Africa
was condemned by Premier Hen-
drik Verwoerd and regretted by
Dr. Teddy Schneider, chairman of
the South African Board of Jew-
ish Deputies.
The Knesset, 63-11 with 18 ab-
Itsor
Ltj riots in Warsaw, Brcslau
l">Ya^..
vim* >*ri7is fenf^dne to five yea'
jtta king a Jewish-owned
arelxwse 'n Berlin.
[Rejecting the defense that they
Id merely wanted to bomb a syn-
feogue, the Schweidnitz Special
sentenced a clerk to five
ears and :\ Nazi deputy to five
or trying to murder a
editor.
i Hr.v.'in. founder-principal
jCew York's only Hebrew high
I died at 57 after a
rash,
Abraham K. Lefcourt. who
{Yiddish Book Review
"Joseph and His Brothers" by
'homos .tianii will be reviewed in
b'iridish by Doral Meisel at 80th
it. and Collins Ave. Tuesday at
10 a.m. Also on the program: will
he Regina Bailin who will offer a
Election of Jewish folk songs, and
Phil Nashkin, monologist, in a
Iholom Alcichem story.
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stentations, reaffirmed the policy
of non-return of the refugees to
Israeli territory.
ErfNaZl officer Ernst Burmeis-
ter, on trial in Bonn, said tic had
led ti.e_gaS:-ihfc-of_lR:,000 Jews in
CFelmo because Tie """"had been
"broueht up in the Prussian way
of life."
COBLENZ "Nazi SS troops
used whips to drive children of 330
German Jews away from their par-
ents In the Minsk ghetto before
murdering the children, a district
judge of Minsk during the German
occupation testified in the trial
of 12 Nazis charged with murder-
ing more than 35,000 Jews there
during World War II."
Dr. Nahum Goldma^n resw*+H
West German slowness in conclud-
ing compensation pacts.
Ex-SS officer Wilhelm Doering
got six years hard labor in Bonn
for helping kill 667 Jews in Russia.
Dr. Emanuel Gamoran, influen-
tial 36-year director of Reform
Judaism's Commission on Jewish
Ed." '>- in M-mv Yn-k at 67.
(From the files of the J.T.A.)
Jewish Values Theme Of Two-Part
Presentation On WTVJ Ch. 4
Jewish values and their relation-
ship to the problems of the in-
stitutionalized will be the theme
ro-
ot Values Conference" held
cently in Jerusalem, Israel.
The Conference was attends by
Rabbi Solomon Schiff. dirctor of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion's Community Chaplaincy
Service. Rabbi Schiff delivered a
paper imrrtletf1''Pastoral' Care of
the Troubled" which describes the
Miami Federation'! Chaplaincy
program in depth.
"We are extremely pleased to
have participated in this confer-
ence." said Leo Eisenstein, chair-
man of Federation's Chaplaincy
Advisory Board.
"The Mitzvah of 'Bikkur Cho-
lim' visiting the sick and the
troubled, is one of the oldest in
Judaism, and in cur area is one
of the most meaningful of hu-
manitarian services," he added.
RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF
of a two-part "Look U,> ar.d Live"
presentation Nov. 12 and 19 from
10:30 to 11 a.m. on WTVJ-Chan. 4.
The programs are part of the
coverage of the "Communications
Talk By Graphoanalyst
Beth Am Singles will hear a
talk by Lester A. Herstedt. presi-
dent, International Society of
Graphoanalysts, Sunday evening.
Nov. 26. at the home of Greta Shu-
how, 5040 Riviera Dr., Coral
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[ill Novak Sunday Morning
Greenfield Series Lecturer
.it
int new voice in
mm. Bill Novak.
Sunday morning's guest
;ii Ti mole Israel of
M iml as part of its
i Lecture Series.
|.\ mi :ii'i i f Boston's well-
Vii Havurat Shalom, one of
n-,0.i exciting projects in the
i Jewish Movement, Mr. No-
l utor o( "Ki'stoinc," the
Iiiunp.; magazine of what has
In called dissenting Jewish
tu?ht and culture.
E\n experienced writer and loc-
l,r on Jewish subjects who has
i v an advanced degree in
Ihi:a Studies at Brandeis Uni-
l.i;v Mr. Novak has written
articles in such distinguished "es-
tablishment" magazines as "Juda-
-ir, "Dimemions.* "Conserva-*
live Judaism" and "Keeping
Posted."
Mr. Novak is a native of Toronto,
Where he attended York University
before moving to New York City.
and organized the Havurat move-
ment there. His background as a
counselor at Ramah camps has
provided him with many insights
on today's committed Jewish
youth.
Sunday's lecture, which begins
at 10 o'clock, is open to non-sub-
scribers to the Greenfield Series;
tickets may be purchased at the
door.
Col. Phil Cohen Named National
Consultant For Maeeabiah Games
leeman to Be Honored
kt Shaare Zedek Event
J r.nual dinner of the Shaare Mr. Zeeman will be presented
I : in Jerusalem will with the Shaare Zedek Hospital
I on Tuesday, Nov. 21, award of "Ketor Shem Tov," the
I :. Roc Hotel. biblical crown of a Rood name.
this year pays trib- which is ihe hospital's award to
in outstanding Jewish community
.. ader of the sear.
Flying in horn Israel for the
,ala event will be the Hon. Zvi
aspi, a director ol Shaare Zedek
[ospftal and former Israel Consul
or Jewish affairs in New York.
Mr. Caspi has served in various
parts ol the wot Id on behalf of the
11 Israel government.
Film On Russia Today
Bnrnetl and Goldie Lerner will
present their documentary full-'
.lor movie "Russia Today," at tin
Forte" Forum Tuesday, at 1 p.m.
in the auditorium.
The world traveling Lerner. t
have visited Russia's principal
i'ities and studied the peoples, ihcii :
waj of life, their culture, economy,
and politics Mr. Lerner is the
ihotogi nphi i. .\i s. Lerner, the
narrato .
HAROLD HUMAN
i i man ol Miami.
t the BUcayne Cafeterias
li ni of the Florida
) Association.
| oi ihe inn American
ptalit) i:\position in 1968,
Iceman as voted Restaurant
c year for Florida 1970.
into Hospitality Magazine
I Fame in 1969 and served
pstee "I Temple Israel during
land 1970. He and his wife.
Irene, have one daughter,
|J'n Gordon of Kendall.
Concert In Hollywood
The Hollywood Symphonic Or-
chestra will present a convert on
Sunday at s p.m. in the Hallan-
dale Jewish ("enter. The concert,
sponsored by the Symphonic and
Mandolin Club of the Community,
will feature David Ornstein. violin-
ist and conductor, and Sarah
Polak, pianist.
WTMI Manager
Guest Speaker At
Israel Limelieon
Raymond McFadden. general
manager of radio station WTMI,
will be guest speaker at the lunch-
on meeting of Temple Israel Sis-
'erhood Wednesday at 11:30 a.m.
in the temple.
WTMI is the classical music km
radio station ol' this area. Mr. Mc-
'-".I Iden will describe so no of the
keround problems and events
nnii und program nin ; su ih .
i station, The Sisterhood contrib-
>' to the sponsorship of one of
th station's programs which ore-
-'is the FHday night services of
T.inple Israel.
Mrs. How aid Novell is Sister-
hood president, and Mrs. Aaron
Holzberc is program chairman.
Mr>. Barbara Rado is vice presi-i
dei.i iii charge of the program de-
partment. Reservations for the
'uncheon may be made by calling
the temple office.
Epilepsy Foundation Marks
1st Anniversary With Party
The Greater Miami Rpileosv
Foundation is celebrating its first
tnnivcrsary bv having a "birthday
party" (including a cake with one
candle, and coffee) and a panel,
discuss on on epilepsy at x p.m. j
Tuesday in the Mailman Center.
The neurologists leading the
panel discussion on epilepsy will be '
Drs. Stuart Brown. Robert Cullen ,
(both pedlatric neurologists), and1
O. M. Reinmuth. These doctors
are With the University of Miami
Neurological Department and
serve on the board of directors of
the Epilepsy Foundation.
Col. Phil Cohen (USMC ret.I.
regional director 6f B'nai B'rith.
Florida, has been appointed by
N.U Holman. president of the
"Sports for Israel" 1973 program,
to serve as national consultant for
the Maeeabiah Games to take
place July 4-10.
A past commander of the Jew-
ish War Veterans. Col. Cohen,
who came here from Philadelphia.
Fa., where he was a member of
the State Athletic Commission and
executive director of the city's
Police Athletic League, supervised
international boxing competition
at the Maeeabiah Olympics in 1961
and coordinated the Maeeabiah
Games for 27 nations in 1965 and
1969. He has been honored by the
State of Israel for his outstandi.itf
efforts, and was cited by the U.S.
Secretary of Defense for "extia-
ordinary service."
Veteran New York information
specialist Kd Weiner, author of
the Walter Winchell biography.
"Let's Go To Press." and "The
'Damon Runvon Story," will head
the public relations committee for
| the "Sports for Israel" program
and the upcoming Maeeabiah
[Games, Mr. Holman announced.
Dr. Max Novich, who was to be
the guest speaker at Thursday
evening's meeting of *}\e Sports
j Lodge. B'nai B'rith. in the Moulin
Rouge Motel, served as an official
at the recent Olympic boxing com-
petition. Dr. Novich. a personal
ftiend of David Bergcr. a member
of the Israeli weight-lifting team
| who died in the tragedy at
I Munich, is coehair-nan of the U.S.
Committee for Boxing. Maeeabiah
Games.
ORT Unit Games Nile
The Miami Business and Pro-
cessional Chapter of Women's
American ORT will hold its first
! fund raising games night of the
j season at the Ra'^igh Hotel Sun-
! day starting at 7:30 p.m.
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Everything man does has some im-
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iJewish Floridian v,xo" Landslide v,s
,i, Florida Friday, November 10, 1972
Section B
Florida GOP Gains
AJCommittee's Council To
Meet At Diplomat Dec. 1 3
NEW YORK, N. Y. Am-
bassador Yitzhak Rabin, Philip
E, Hoffman and Bertram H.
his fellow human beings." Mr.
Russell will be cited for "his
vision of the future, where man's
freedom and security are as-
sured" and for his efforts "to
eliminate those conditions that
wrong the dignity of any indi-
vidual."
Mr. Gold, executive vice pres-
ident of AJC, will keynote the
meeting at its opening luncheon
on Friday, Dec. 1. A clinical
psychologist with extensive ex-
perience in community and in-
tergroup relations. Mr. Gold re-
cently was elected president of
the International Conference of
AMBASSADOR VITZHAK RABIN
|GoW head the list of outstand-
ing speakers who will address
line National Executive Council
li: the American Jewish Com-
|ir.ittee when the policy-making
xxly holds its annual meeting
ec 1-3, at the Diplomat Hotel,
loUywood,
Gen, K.iiim, Israel's Ambassa-
dor to I he United States for the
}as\ four years, who was for-
merly Chief of Staff of the
Israeli Defense Forces and
tummander of the Israeli Army
In the Six-Day War, will be the
major speaker at the council's
annual dinner Saturday, Dec. 2.
The event wilL be a farewell
tribute to the Ambassador, who
scheduled to retire from that
lost early in 1973.
Mr. Hoffman, AJC president,
^ho was appointed by President
nxon last August as United
Itates Representative to the
L'nited Nations Commission on
Juman Rights, will also address
I Saturday evening session,
pie dinni r will be chaired by
licharc! Maass, chairman of the
rJC National Executive Coun-
who is also chairman of the
latlona! Conference on Soviet
(wry,
The Saturday dinner will be
: by a cocktail reception
honor of Robert Russell,
t ol the Greater Miami
Bwish r'. deration, who will re-
vive A.K s Human Relations
Iward in recognition of "his
ptraordinary dedication and
phlevemi nts in behalf of his
mmunity and the welfare of
ROBERT RUSStll
Jewish Communal Service.
Among the subjects the Ex-
ecutive Council will consider in
private sessions throughout the
weekend are AJC programs on
affirmative action in public and
private employment practices;
United States relations with the
U.S.S.R. in light of that na-
tion's increasing harassment of
its Jewish population; and the
impact on American Jews, es-
pecially young people, of in-
creasingly intense evangelistic
campaigns.
The question of "Evangelism
and the Jews" will be the sub-
ject of a panel discussion at the
closing session of the meeting, a
luncheon on Sunday. Dec. 3. The
panel will include Rabbi Marc
H. Tanenbaum, AJC's National
Director of Interreligious Af-
fairs; Professor Eric Meyer,
Department of Religion, Duke
University; and Rabbi Steven
The KOSHER
SUN CLUB.
* as*stM"

-LWrThur.H*-
SftNCK
sSSrbs

Shaw, Associate Director of the
Hillel Foundation, Rutgers Uni-
versity.
The National Executive Coun-
cil, principal governing body of
the American Jewish Commit-
tee, sets basic policy on pro-
gram and institutional activities
of the nation's oldest human
relations organization. The
Council meets each fall in a
major American city other than
New York, which is AJC's na-
tional headquarters and scene of
its annual meeting every spring.
Approximately 500 AJC leaders
from across the country are
expected to attend this year.
Founded in 1906. the Amer-
ican Jewish Committee is this
country's pioneer human rela-
tions organization. It combats
bigotry, protects the civil and
religious rights of Jews at home
and abroad, and seeks improved
human relations for all people
everywhere.
By Special Report
Dade County sent three Demo-
crats to Congress fn Tuesday's
general election, but gave Presi-
dent Richard M. Nixon a deci-
sive 245,000 to 172,000 edge in
his nationwide landslide victory
over Sen. George McGovern.
Former Dade School Board
chairman William Lehman beat
GOP nominee Paul Bethel 89,000
to 55,500 as Florida's House
delegation jumped from nine
Democrats and three Republi-
cans to 11 Democrats ana tour
Republicans.
The state legislature remained
in firm Democratic control in
Florida. State Sen. Gerald Lewis
and Republican I'uula Hawkins
battled for the Public Service
< ininiis-.il,n seat to a virtual
draw, with absentee ballots ex-
pected to decide the race.
In Dade, Don Gruber ousted
Democrat Eduie Gong from the
District 40 State Senate seat,
and John C. Malloy bested Janet
Reno for the House District 113
seat. In the closest race that
went to the Democrats, Ren.
Murray Dubbin beat Robert Ro-
sasco by 2,0ou votes with absen-
tee ballots expected to narrow
the margin.
Greater Miami precincts with
heavy Jewish registration seem-
ed to be following the national
pattern reported by the Na-
tional Broadcasting Company,
which said Wednesday that the
President won 37'', of the Jew-
ish votedouble the percentage
he managed in his squeaker tri-
umph over Sen. Hubert Humph-
rey four years ago.
The Democrats succeeded in
increasing their margin in the
U.S. Senate by two seats, with
an apparent 57 to 43 margin.
In the House, the GOP fell far
short of the 39 net gain needed
for control, with the Democrats
losing only 11 or 12 seats.
The State House contests
around the country saw the
Democrats also register a gain,
with control of 31 of the 50
capitals in their hands.
Eight of the 10 bond issues
passed in Dade County. With
$553 million in new public pro-
grams earmarked for the "Dec-
ade of Progress." Spending (or
new public buildings and for re-
habilitating poor persons' hous-
ing was voted down.
Rep. Dante Fascell's margin
over Ellis Rubin in the 15th
District was 84,600 to 64,900 and
Rep. Claude Pepper won by bet-
ter than two-to-one in the 14th
District over Evelio Estrella.
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Friday. N'c-renber M
Central Agency For Jewish Education
Announces Two Library Appointments
TV tjihan Mrs.
.-at:onal .
ia-. and II a 11 ta ..-ra-;.
wru laij o: *he U'rrary of the
a. A^t-ncy ?or Jewish Bd -
eation has txsm announced by
7... Berber, oceeuthre di-
rectc .' "" tl Agaaaq
M.- B*>rser ^redtrtc-d That rh>:
library. TH:ti ha* a collection of
over 13000 baafca, the larcest
Jadak- Hnoy :r. rfv ouiti wiO
bt de\ekrv>d :nto a fU-
r*dged Educational Reaourw
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Tae >tadent* and teachers of Jew-
iti :r.-.cniT-or of ^eamms in tite
area and for i-.'< .-: atad :r.
Jaalali itocy.
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l tho*e
n J trry Had T>.-ae:. :r.
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M-* Rof* come* to her new
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rfk fv..2s a M EiL. and has com-
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ie-.ade and ti? *1" ceaYsiiTfanf for*
Refo-ni ronre?at>onaJ schoofe for
a tar of years. Amone speciai
projects ta *+-ich she win direct
faaattea J! be the ob-*>rvanc*'
of JeaaMi Book Month which the
year jrvoJ^s around the theme,
of I--a ?5. -he Book Ree-
Contest of the Hebrew-Judaica I
H-eh Setaol of the Centra: AfaaV
\nd the coordination of library
a-thttie* witt the librarians of the
.ariouj s> r-a-io*: jes and school*, t
Mr* GoM ha* a backsround in _
baaaaWM. wbrary work and edu-
oa*ior hair.r tausht in a nmr.V: '
I jynagocr*** where she m-a* .:-
faMBMMMl in argajtizin? and de-
.^Jooirrsr thir '.:brary procrams.
The library of the Central Asen-
;;. Mail :-": help to coordLnate
.'.brary of the various
*cnooh. ocrapan craarters :-. tta
new Great-. :-"ed*ra-
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Mn .' ~ Day. Abo i
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Beiiiff Honored
A -.ne and Jam reception will
be hosted by Mano Schem^teh-i
Wedne*. Bro*-
man. a weti-krw-vn nassor-are in
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Aflaanc the cur :"> wfli be Laur-
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and Canaiiar. ;wanist Lena D.ck-
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The cotp *.:: hat) r attend the
s**on"s oprtn*. a ?aJa Civic Con-
cert at Dade County AmbUmwI
to hear Raaafai ; a-..< Aesar^der
S his Maatrd debut
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rCabointcal 'eviston
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Nov. 12
- Ch. 10, 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Wonhkt u -
Host: Rabbi Morton Mafavsky
Nov. 12 Ch. 7. 10 a-m. The Still Small W.
Topic: "A Beggar in Jerusalem.
Book review by Rabbi Leon Kra .
Temple Beth Sbol
Guests: Mrs Bemice Anapo;. singer
" Mrs. Millie Dfaizar. pianist
Nov. 12 Ch. 4. 8:30 a.m The First Estate
"Repeated on Ch. 2. 6:30 pm.)
Host: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Topic: Theatre as a Tool of the C
Guests: Dan Duckworth and Char.
Displaying the State of Israel-Atxmaut Award
presented to Mr. and Mrs. Irving Newman
at the Beth Torch-Israel Dinner of State din-
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organization. More than S225.000 in Israel
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of independence.
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Beth Torah Dinner Sells
Record Amount of Bonds
Members of Beth Torah Con-
gregation of Noh Miam: a*
bought more than S25 XX
State of Israel Bonds Sunday r;;:-
celebrating Israel's forthcoming
25th birthday with record pur-
chases at a dinner held at the
Fontainebleau Hotel.
Irving and Rose Newman re-
ceived The coveted State of Israel,
Atzmaut Award during the pro-
gram which heard inspiring mes-l
sages from Dr. Max Lipschitz.
rabbi of the synagogue, and Milton
ha" of the community, the eongre-
catjec and the State of Israel since
they moved here 14 yvars ago.
Mr. Newman is president of Beth
Torah.
LuwcHeon-Foshion Show Tt
Benefit Cerebral Palsied
The North Dade Women's Unit
of United Cerebral Palsy will hold
its annual luncheon and fashion
show Saturday. Nov. 18. at noon
in the Fontainebleau Hotel, fea-
turing fall and winter fashions by
Jordan Marsh.
One more reason
to choose
America's favorite
tuna:@
Funds raised will be contributed
to the Unned Cerebral Palsy Cen-'
Judge Arthur Snyder. former ter. according to Flora Mendalson.
mayor of North Miami Beach and' president. For reservations, caii
a past president of the congrega- [ Ellen Cohen or Dolly ReisfiekL
tion. and Mrs. Snyder served as
chairmen of the function.
Candles for the historic Israel
Auxiliary Luncheon
The Junior Auxiliary of Douglas
Menorah of Statehood were lit by! Gardens Jewish Home for the
children of the honorees, Jeffrey, j Aged has slated a paid-up mem-
Parson" director of the Greater i Michael and Stewart Newman Mr.; bership luncheon for Tuesday noon.
Nov. 21. in the Home. In charge
of reservations arae Libbey Ham-
mem ard Rena Stein. orosider.t.
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Miami Israel Bonds organization! and Mrs. Newman lit the symbolic
25th candle.
SOUD WHITE TUNA
Dr. Lipschitz presented the Atz-
maut Award to Mr. and Mrs. New-
man for their achievements in be-
eaeat!
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your family will do when
you serve Chef Boy-Ar-Dee
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like kreplach with zippy
cheese in the middle. Then
simmered in thick tomato
sauce with mushrooms and
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Albert Maeroff. cochairman of;
the host committee, offered a toast j
to the United States. The toast to I
the State of Israel was offered by'
Seymour Rosen, his cochairman
Rabbi Norman Mussman delivered
the invocation.
Rabbi Lipschitz said the sales.;
! which reflected a marked increase
over 1971. show the continuing:
concern of American Jewry with
the need for Israel to achieve eco-.
v.c independence at the same
time the Jewish state maintains j
i its defense posture. He empha-.
sized the role of Israel Bonds :r.
providing housing and jobs for the
' thousands of Soviet Jews emigra-
ting to Israel.
Funds For Retarded
The Haven School for Retarded.
Lincoln Chapter, is holding a card
party at 100 Lincoln Rd. on Wed-
nesday at noon. Ethel Baraw is
STnsoring the affair. President of
the chapter of Fay Saifer.
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O.iclcen of the Sec, tlwtuno with the Memoir': :.:- H
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Miami Beach Hadassah Groups Plan
November Meetings, Book Reviews
Blanche Nevel To Review Books By I. B. Sniffer
5
Miami Bauk Chapter Hada*-
\X Groups are holding meetings
^d book reviews during Novem-
'"southeate will meet in the Ter-
-. R,Kim of the Southgate
Towers on Monday, at 7 p.m. A
film "The Dream and the Deed,"
will'be shown. The Group will
present new members with challah
jor Shabbos, and literature relat-
ing to the history, purposes and
activities of Hadassah. Shirley
Kaine will welcome members and
prospective members.
ft ft
Israeli (iroup will meet at the
[Algiers Hotel at noon. Luncheon
Aill be served, and a film, 'Tower
. nd the Pebble," will be shown.
"Mrs Esther -Meyer will preside.
ft ft ft
Lincoln Group will meet in the
Irlub room of 100 Lincoln Rd. on
Thursday. Nov. 16. A film, '1Be-
ond the Mirage," will be shown.
Irs Dan Liftin will preside.
ft ft ft
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadas-
ih board meeting at t he Algiers
otel is slated for Monday, Nov.
C at 10 a.m. Mrs. Emanuel Mentz
(ill preside.
ft ft ft
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadas-
Hah board meeting at the Algiers
1 the Algiers Hotel at 1:30 p.m.
n Monday, Nov. 20. "The
ett'.ers" by Meyer Levin will
e reviewed by Bea Weinstein.
onies raised will be for the ben-
it of the Hadassah Israel Edu-
ition Service,
Royal .Maccabees Group .will
eet at the Financial Federal,
So Washington Ave. on Monday.
DV. 20. at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Emanuel
entz, ['resident of the Miami
rach Chapter of Hadassah. will
?ak on the Hadassah Medical
ganizatlon, Mrs. Irene Birn-
um will preside.
ft ft
Louis 1). Brandeis Qroup will
ft at the Fontainebleau Hotel
T i sday, Nov. 21, at noon, for
Ch, Mrs. David Reinwald will
ft ft
Triton Towers Group will meet
Ihe Algiers Hotel at noon on
esday, Nov. 21. A book review
Piimak will be pre-
ted. Mis. Hannah Winower will
ft ft
'Orte Towers Group will have
membership tea for paid-up
mbers, life members, and pros-
I vi members at the American
ings. Alton and Lincoln Hds.,
noon on Tuesday, Nov. 14. Mrs.
rothy Mondres is program
lirman. Mrs. Lea Warren is life
mbership chairman, and Mrs.
ith Messing is membership.
uline Lessen is group president.
The Miami Beach Chapter of
meetings through No-
' III leal lire luncheons,
ikers and films.
Shalonia Group will have a
ack luncheon at the Algiers Ho-
ITuesda> noon. Mrs. Edith Sha-
fO Will ;. .,.1,,
Blanche Nevel, a "Great Books"
leader in the Public School System
and at Temple Beth Sholom,
wJJJSttT rou?"f mef*! Miami Beach, will discuss "I. B
Wednesday at 8 p.m., In the aud.-,Singer Twentieth
torium of the Financial Federal,
755 Washington Ave. Guest speak-
er will be Mrs. Sherman Fast, past
president of the Miami Beach
Chapter of Hadassah. Miss Lillian
Goodman will preside.
Herri Group's president, Mrs.
Rose Ziegmund, extends an invi-
tation to new members and their
sponsors to a noon luncheon Thurs-
day, Nov. 16 in the Algiers Hotel.
Mrs. Sydney Speare is member-
ship chairman.
Eddie Cantor Group will have
a luncheon-meeting at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel at noon Monday,
Nov. 20. A film. "Power of the
Pebble," will be shown. Mrs. David
Green will preside.
Herzl Group will meet at the
Algiers Hotel at noon Monday.
Nov. 27. Mrs. Rose Ziegmund will
preside.
Lincoln Group will have a lunch-
eon and card party in the Club
Room of 100 Lincoln Rd. Monday.
Nov. 27. The hostesses are Mes-
dames Sophie Rappaport. Jennie
Dressner, Celia Ehrlich, Rose Sil-
ver and Anne Wenger.
Century Folk-
lorist" at the Main Library of the
Miami-Dade Public Library Sys-
tem Tuesday at 12:15, in honor4
of Jewish Book Month. The books
reviewed will include "The Slave"
and "Enemies," a love story.
Isaac Bashevis Singer was born
in Poland, educated in Rabbinical
Seminary. Warsaw, and came to
the United States in 1935. He won
Rabbi Schiff Speaker
At Oneg Shabbat
Rabbi Solomon Schiff, executive
vice president of the Rabbini?al
Association of Greater Miami, will
address students at the Hillel
Community Day School, 21288 Bis-
cayne Blvd., Friday at 10 a.m.
Each Friday an Oneg Shabbat
program is scheduled with various
speakers. Rabbi Schiff will speak
to students on the "Parshat Ha-
shavua" the portion of the Torah
that is read weekly.
the Creative Arts Award of i
Brandeis University and the Na-
tional Book Award in 1970.
This review is one of the weeklv
series, "Book Buffet," a noon pro-
gram sponsored by the Staff Asso-
Library System and planned by
Mrs. Eleanor McLaughlin, exten-
sion supervisor. The program is
designed for people who work and
shop in downtown Miami. They
are invited to bring snack lunches
jaaiion of the Miamiifiade Public I and are given free coffee.
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BW al the -aik probebiy will,
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to be Lone Range Ptinoing Com-
nanee of Federation. In addition i
- Td-rahaz ami budgeting.'
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rral Jewish
Aid to syragoenes seems a prraaet
caadMate as an addition to the!
aaenda for 13T"s. but actual alia--
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Breakfast Mwtiii-
The Betb Torah Men'
play h .- ; - *.tional Federation of Jewish
egukar
rrvjrth y b-eaktaii meeting at 9:30
3 -*a\ in the social hall.
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Qaahaat Z.. Bbbjbi jnafinr _:
tbe Bureaa of Jewish Edncauoa.
will reyr^ent Moshe Shertoc. Al-
bert EL 0*>:p. past presidem of I
tbe Ebjrean of Jewish EdnratiorL ,
wjE act as Dr Abba H:ljri Sih-er. |
and Gilbrr-. ?_i_pa?ort. local di-
rector of rr* ZOA Fotmdatxm.
wi!I read rfce ft-nous irdepeadeaee
declaration of Da\_l Ber.-Ounon.
Qwrdisari-z tbe productian wl
be procrasi chairman Meyer Sie-J
gel a past pes_4em.
Beujaiuin Bonney
Guest Speaker
At JNF Banquet
T H Eb I Amai Bonney I -
raei nal of tbe Santfa-
east Region of the United 5t3
, win be suast speaker at :he J>r -
Forte T raal banouet
: 6 30 pm Sunday. Nov 19. ire
' Fontainebieau Hotel aceordin- H
I Jar Dermer. president of the -T
! ish Natiora" Fund of Greater 31
" ami and Dr. Zrvme Lehrmar
chairman :f ibe JNF Fc_ndat-on.
The ftatt of honor ^--I be Mr
anc Mr? UraeJ Schwartz: Mac-
cabee Lodge. ETnai B"r -. art I also
be honored for its dedicate- ---
ice :o Israel.
Chairmaa of the banquet l*
George KotJB, Maccabee Lo-
president. Rabbi Harry Jolt is
honorary :-.i.an: guest artist
wfil be Lee Barry, tenor. Cha -
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Florida Auxiliary JW\
Plans Weekly Activities
Lilian M. Schoen. president of Veterans president, on her official
the Department of Florida Laiies; visit.
Am..-..-> Jewi-h War Veterans Victor
Technioii Adding New Chapters In South Florida
announce* the following activities
lor the local auxiliaries:
B. Freedmaa SIS: WQI
hold a regular business meeting.
presided over by Mrs. Rose Hecht,
1T4: Sat- auxiliary president. Wednesday at
urday. volunteers will service the
te>.-art for patients at the VA
Hospital. In the afternoon. Ami
Beder and Shiriey Gottlob wfil en-
ter-air. the spinal cord injiry pa-
fJenta :- -he 12th fJoor. serving
coffee and goodies. Tuesday a
St.* -.-.; *_: he held at the
hecrve c: auxiliary pnr-sider.: Se~^-a,
LeOumlU v..-. Bam -a- aid to
bra raaaa Pearl Weinsteir.
and her committee to formus:-
paaaa fear the forthcoming annual
a:i -o Israel dinner
fUt-rt K. FraazWao 1": Board
meeting at Tem>e Israel of Mira-
rr-ar Tuesday at 8 30 jor_ pre-,
5 irerby Mrs. Manor. Moefco- fc
vita _\. -.a r> president.
Hn Miami 5S3: JOBkr Post
ar.i AaxfHaiy paid-up member-
ship dar.ee Saturday. 8 p.m, at the
Kaafbtl of Columbus Hall, in
Cora. Caries. Gloria Seaaan is
auxJiary chairman.
On Tuesday and Thursday, hos-
pital chairman Jerri Bart let t and
volunteers ser.ice telecart and
feed patients at the VA Hospital-
Natalie Rosenberg. auxiliary presi-
dent will hold a board meeting
Thursday evening at the home of
Mrs. Norman Burman, 6451 SW
6th St.
Murray Solomon US: Will hold
a fund-raising dinner jointly with
its po* Saturday at the HHBJ I Dr_ lrvine |- JMM < review
Inn. 2501 LeJeune Rd. ^Proceeds best^el'.ing book. Jonathan
will go to the scholarship fund.
the Home Federal Bank Bldg. of
Hallandaie
North Shore 7T: Sarah Young.'
auxiliary hospital chairman and
"eers Julie Linsey and Ruth
Stark wiU service the porta":
ephone at the hospital.
Poiat East C98: Irene Siegel
try hospital chairman and
volunteers will service the port-
able telephone at the hospital
Wednesday.
Harry H. Cohea 753: Will hold
a games party for patients at the,
Home for the Aged at 320 Collins :
Sunday from 1 to 3 p.rr-
?,:: .v-.'.l be distributed and re-
Thursday j
auxiliary volunteers will service
the telecart at the hospital
Col. David Marcas 74*: Lillian
M Schoen. Department of Florida.
Jewish War Veterans president,
will be welcomed on her official
vsit to this auxiliary Wednesday
evening at the Financial Federal.
VW 183rd St. and 7th Ave. by-
Florence Wrona. auxiliary presi-
dent, dunng a regular business
meeting.
Miss Anne Keleman.
Director of Women's Division.
American Society for Technion.
Israel Institute of Technology.
i and honorary national president.
Mrs. David Garbeinick. will be in
South Florida to assist in the for-
1 rration of a new chapter in Holly-
wood.
The event will be heW or.
Wednesday at a noon luncheon in
the home of Mrs Emil Lublin at
national, TT25 So. Ocean Dr.. Hollywood., Miami Beach.
Sirfcin.

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made* ;. -../
Mrs Alex Bojmar
Arthur Dorobeae^ ~-
presidiurr. md .V.;-
Meyer BrflBuM
.Mrs. Lotus Moss will be founding
president of the new grojp
This will be the second Technion
chapter to be formed in Florida
in the past weeks. Mrs. Louis
Bernstein was installed as presi-
dent of the Sarasota Chapter by ...h-..**- _
Mrs. Martin Spector. of Coral \ ^hoUrrtP P" p*
Gables, a nat-ona! vice president S1*^*- 5JW< xatfe]
of Women's Division iast month. of Technion stucer.- ;-.Xf
Other chapters in the region are nomic difOcuiues
'Jonathan Seagull'
To Be Reviewed
On Monday, hospital chairman
Stella Lipton. assisted by Sol Lip-
ton, will service the teJecart at
the hospital.
Mlant Beach tS: Minnie Hopen
and hospital coaunittee will serv-
ice the portable telephone at the
VA Hospital Sunday. Bessie Gib-
ber, president, win preside at a
business meeting Thursday at the
American Legion Hall, 18th and
Alton Rd.
Fr P>le 4**: Tuesday
Rae Feinrtein. auxiliary president.
wttl help at the VA Hospital On
Thursday. Nov. 16th. at the month-
ly luncheon meeting m the pent-
house of the Four Freedoms Build-
in?, auxiliary members wBl wel-
corr.e Mrs. Lillian M. Schoen. De-
partrr.ent of Florida Jewish War
Livingston Seagull." Wednesday
noon at the Temple Emanu-El;
Sisterhood's annual Thanksgiving.
Petite Luncheon.
The Richard Bach novel soared
almost ixnmediatedly to the No. 1
position in every book review list,
and Dr. Lehrman's review will be
among the first oa the new volume
Mrs. Benjamin Beloff is presi-
dent of the Sisterhood. Mrs. Mur-
ry Koretzky is chairman of the
day and Mrs. Mario M. Stone is
program chairman.
Talk By Hygienist
The Greater Miami Chapter.
American Natural Hygiene Society.
Is sponsoring a lecture by Robert
Hamburg, hygienist. Tuesday. Nov.
21. at 7:30 pjiL. in the Washington
Federal. 1234 Washington Ave.
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Films, Auctions On Nov. Programs
Of Miami Chapter Hadassah Units
Films, guest speakers and auc-
tions are among programs planned
by Miami Chapter of Hadassah
units during November.
ima will have a paid-up mem-
bership luncheon at the Reef
Kestaurant in Ft. Lauderdale on
Tuesday, Nov. 21. There will be a
fashion show by Richards, and
Missy Goldstein will offer a pro-
gram of music.
it -ir
Aviva has slated its annual
autumn auction for Monday at the
Hillel House on the University of
Miami campus. Brunch at 10 a.m.
will precede the 11 a.m. auction
conducted by Wayne Taylor. Mrs.
Jules Minkes is president.
ft ir tr
Mnvin will hold its Monday
meeting at the Point East with
Pirsident Mrs. William Paul in
charge of the agenda. The film,
"With These Children," will high-
light a tribute to the Youth Aliyah
program of child rehabilitation in
Israel. A panel exchange of per-
sonal experiences in Israel will in-
clude Mrs. Paul. Mrs. Ralph
Demar and Mrs. Jack Avruch.
ft New life members will be hon-
ored at the Monday meeting of
Einstein chapter at the Washing-
ton Federal. A panel discussion on
Hadassah activities will be mod-
erated by Mrs. Florence Jacobs.
ft -ft -ir
Mortal group at the Buckley
Towers will hold its monthly meet-
ing on Monday in the auditorium.
Guest speaker will be Mrs. Lillian
Deutsch. President is Mrs. Lillian
Misel.
ft -ft ft
Naomi president, Mrs. Stephen
Betty Falk Hosts
Mizrachi Women
Installation Lunch
Betty Falk, first vice president
of the Miami Beach Chapter, Miz-
rachi Women, is sponsoring the
chapters installation luncheon on
Saturday at the Ritz Plaza Hotel
on Miami Beach.
Rabbi Alexander Gross, princi-
pal of the Hebrew Academy, will
ofli-iate at the induction ceremony,
and Mrs. Alfred Stone, council co-
ordinator, who has iir-t ret'irned
from Mizrachi Womeifs national
convention in New York, will
bring greetings.
A life member of Mizrachi
Women and of Hadassah. Mrs.
Falk. an rctogenar'rm. attributes
her longevity to "giving uhstint-
ingly to those less fortunate than
I am." She is the mother of five,
grandmother of 10. a^d a "Mother-
In-Israel." having adon^ed an Is-
raeli child fo- whom she nrovid s.
OriginaMy from New York, she
ha* been living on Miami Beach
for the past five years.
Galll Chanter will instill *?.
''' of officers Tuesiav. Nov. 14,
at 8:13 p.m. at Young Israel.
Ruth Zellner of the Hat*k' ah
Chapti r, will initia*e **e follow
i'g officers: Rae Bellman and
Vona Sternstein, presidium; Mi-
ria n Weis. Rose Wo'owitz aid
Judy Lowi'i. vi~e presiderts:
Blanche Edison, tr^nv-o-- Tve
Fuehs, Edna Zemel and Miiam
Halperin, secretaries.
Highlight of the e>ni"g w:" b-
pi,-cntation of a Bahama cruise.
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Morris, announces that the group
will hold an auction on Saturday,
Nov. 18, at the YMHA, 8500 SW
8th St. Leonard Stern will serve
as auctioneer.
Cr -ft -ft
Moorings Judea meeting on
Wednesday will highlight Youth
Aliyah. The film, "With These
Children," will be shown. Mrs.
Jack Burte is president,
ft -ft -ft
Menorah's annual pre-pledge
Youth Aliyah luncheon will be held
at the home of Mrs. Michael Covin
on Monday. Mrs. Arthur Grossman
will speak on "Children Are Safe
Because You Care." Mrs. Robert
Schweitzer is president, and serv-
ing as chairmen are Mrs. A. S.:
Applebaum, Mrs. Harold Reinhard,
ind Mrs. Sam Badanes.
ft ft- -ft
Mt. Scopus will have its Youth
Aliyah luncheon at the Coral Way
Branch of the First Federal on
Monday. Mrs. Ethel Lackey will
present "Israel Today." Mrs. David
R. Ellison is president.
ft ft -ft
Toruh has slated its annual
Youth Aliyah luncheon and fashion
show for Monday at 11:30 a.m.
at the Dupont Plaza Hotel. Pres-
ident is Mrs. Michael Fiedler, and
chairmen are Mrs. Jose Aleman
and Mrs. Max Jacobson.
ft -ft -ft
Eleanor Itoosevelt chapter will
hear a review of "Sunshine and
Salt" by Sylvia Rothschild, drama-
tized by Blanche Brass and
Helaine Lipinsky, at the Monday
meeting in the Mar-Len Gardens
at 12:45 p.m. Mrs. Edward M.
Lazarus is president.
June Nuptials For
Linda Falk And
Terry Dellerson
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Falk of 4400
Sevovia St., Coral Gables, have
announced the engagement and
future marriage of their daughter,
Linda Sue, to Terry Dellerson, son
of Mr. and Mrs. George Dellerson
of Miami Beach.
The bride-to-be. now attending
the University of Miami, is a
graduate of Coral Gables High
School and attended Miami-Dade
Junior College.
Her fiance is a graduate of Sea-
ford High School and Southhamp-
ton College, both in New York,
and has a degree in Psychology,
He is presently associated with a
land investment firm in Miami.
The couple will wed in early
June, 1973.
Kidney Dialysis Unit Is
Zonta Club Beneficiary
An "open house" will be held
between 4:30-5:30 p.m. Wednesday
at the Kidney Dialysis Unit at
Jackson Memoraf Hospital, culmi-
nating several months of dedicated
effo-t by the Zonta Club of Great-
er Miami No. 1 which has jus*
completed furnishing the newly
expanded Kidney Dialysis Unit.
including two color television sets
for Patients who use the dialysis
machines.
One of the events from which
the club derives its funds for the
Kidney Dialysis Unit and other
projects is an annual breakfast
*? showing of Burdine's fashions.
This year's breakfast-fashion show
in oe held at 9:30 a.m.. Satur-
day. Nov. 18 at Burdine's in Dade-
lami Mrs. Edith Halsey is chair-
man of this event.
Aviva Pioneer Women
Slate Two Affairs
Aviva Chapter of Pioneer
Women will hold a rummage sale
Friday between 9 and 2 p.m. at
1090 NE 159th St.
The chapter will hold a regular
meeting and cake sale Wednesday,
at the Washington Federal. 633
NE 167th St., at 12:30 p.m. Spon-
sors are Mrs. Bella Zucker and
Mrs. Florence Itzkowitz, in honor
of their grandson's Bar Mitzvah.
Joseph Yanich will speak on So-
viet Jewry. Mr. Yanich Ls a direc-
tor of the Southeast Region of
American Jewish Congress, a mem-
ber of the Jewish Federation, on
the board of governors, and a'
member of the National Associa-
tion of Human Rights. His topic
will be "Let My People Go."
Opti-Miss Fashion Show
The Opti-Miss service club of
Miami Beach Senior High School
is sponsoring a fashion show in
Burdine's Tea Room Saturday at
3:30 p.m. Burdine's fashions will
be modeled by MBHS students.
Proceeds will go to the Montanari
School for the Emotionally Dis-
turbed. Tickets may be purchased
at the door.

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Friday. November tfl
Hadassah Greets Dr. A. Rtissell Of Jerusalem
Mrs. Morris M. Herman and
3 rs. Fmanoel Mentz. presidents of
1 [ Mhuai and Mum Beach
< spiers of Hadassah. ar.aounce
1 e arrival of Dr. Alexander Rus-
head of the Department at
iatria Hadassah-Hebrvw Urn-
ntry Medical Center. Jerusalera. ability of these two peonies to ?et
Un **"? together ~
- Departaem of Fem-
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the hub of a ereat wheel whose
- w*es include .n-hospttai and oul-
. auec; coiks for prenatal and
-.'.natal infant and chud trea:-
M education for doctors.
. n -a; swia: workers, re-
el -s^ve services to a
rletjr of hospitals a- I
-. rooghout XsraeL
Dr. Russell and hrs staff serve
a consultants to other bosp.:a.>
- rh seal their rrxve .iifioult
- Etataaafc Ib OTI
1 v fill: cooperation of the Medical
S rvice* :' btary a'.nds-
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Russeil louaded a child
ee of
Ramallah. "Not only are relations formed or otherwise handicapped
between the Arab personnel and fJX)n. birth? Why are so many
the Hadassah doctors vxemplary.- others vulnerable to physical and
be reports. but the confxience emotiona! handicaps that emerge
which the l.ttle patients aivl their ( after birth? How could their de-
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Cast of the Grand Music Hall of Israel,
which opens a limited engagement at the
Fcntainebleau Saturday night starring Miss
Shoshana Damari.
Cast of 30 Is Presenting
Grand Music Hall Of Israel
The Grand Music Hnll of Israel.
delighting audiences of all apes
land featuring a cast of 30. will
open a limited engagement in I.a
Ronde Room of the Kontainebleau
^loti'l Saturday night.
This Southern premiere will pre-
cde the Music Hall's highly ac-
claimed appearance in New York
City's Madison Square Garden.
here will be two shows nightly
ai 7:30 and 10:30 p.m. The re-
lurbLshed La Ronde Room will
peat guests theater-Style for this
mportant entertainment event
fcresented by Hy tinhorn with
plumiel Keishko as producer.
The Grand Music Hall was
Itaged and choreographed by
Jonathan Karmon and stars
Shcchana Damari. Aviva Hed,
Harganiot, Tal U'Matar, Ilan
Sonen, Ariela and the Karmon
Israeli Dancers and Singers. The
Issistant director is Gavri Levi;
lostumes are designed by Lydia
'lnkus Ganay and executed by
tlertha Kwartz.
The Grand Music Hall's un-
restrained joy and exuberance
blows no language barriers, but
English-speaking audiences are
t vertheless pleased that some of
|ts songs are in English.
Tickets for the presentation may
acquired at the hotel and at
II Jordan Marsh and Sears stores.
Since its first theatrical engage-
ment at the Olympia in Paris, the
Birgit \ i Isson In
agner Program
At Philharmonic
I Soprano Birgit Nilsson will be
It he soloist in an all Wagner pro-
|E!-a-\ with the Miami Philhar-
monic under the direction of Alain
P-ombard Sunday.
Miss Nilsson, who has been
lliaili'd "the greatest operatic and
li'i-rital personality of our age."
lyill be heard in Klisabeth's aria
|"I)ich Teure Halle" from Tann-
Ihauser, the "Uebestod" from
[Tristan and Isolde and in the final
Scene from Die Gotterdammerung.
The concert, which will begin at
F'30 p.m., is the first of the Great
P"va Duo Series inaugurated this
season by Maestro Lombard and
IJhe Miami Philharmonic. Tickets
I!','.' lho PVe"t are available at the
Philharmonic ticket office in the
Maurice Gusman Philharmonic
Hall.
show has been a delight to audi-
ences of all ages of all faiths, and
has loured extensively throughout
Europe, the United States, Can-
ada, South America and Africa.
Its pciformers have Ix-en chosen
from the ranks of Israel's most
popular and talented artists.
This season's production is un-
questionably the finest Grand
Music Hall presentation ever as-
sembled on stage, and most appro-
priately since it honors an Im-
portant milestone in the history
of the State of Israel, The "Im-
possible dream" that :s Israel
celebrates its 25th Anniversary
this year, and a strong sense of its
dramatic and often perilous his-
tory permeates the consciousness
>( every Israeli.
The sheer joy of Ix-ing able to
live and work in a free land is
expressed in the graceful move-
ments of the dancers and in the
voices of the singers. For this free-
dom is made even mose precious
by virtue of the fact that it has
Ix-en and still is under almost con-
slant threat.
However, happiness is an in-
led ions thing and giving it to
others benefits the giver as well
as the receiver.
'Self Protection'
, Bnal B'rith Women, Harmony
I har>ter, will have a meeting Tues-
day at 8 pjn., at the Jefferson
Rational Bunk, 301 Arthur God-
[ >' Rd. A film. "Self-Protection
Fr Women," will be shown with
lion by Sgt. Tagizerty of the
V'etro Dade Police Dept.
ALAIN LOMBARD
Music Director
Presents
BIRGIT
NILSSON
ALL WAGNER
PROGRAM
"Tho Supreme Soprano".... Time Magazine
In a Special Concert
Sunday, November 12, 1972 8:30 P.M.
at
MAI RICE GUSMAN PHILHARMONIC HALL
174 East Flagler Street
Tickets: $15.00 $12.00 $9.00 $6.00 $4.00
All price tickets available at the Philharmonic Ticket Office, 174 East
Flagler Street, Phone 358-3430.
Doors will close promptly at B-.30 PM. latecomers will not be seated until
Urtt breaJr in tfco Concert.
Mrs. Sukenik Prexy
Of Hebrew Educators
At the fiist general meeting ofi Azulay reported, on the progn
the current year,, the HebrewTSd-'j'of fringe benefits, tor rlebri
Ucatbrs Alliance held election of teachers and the increased parti.
officers, Mis. Julius Sukenik was
' nanimously elected president.
Mrs. Sukenik was one of the
fovnders of the Hebrew Educators
Alliance 16 years ago, and served
in vaiious exec,Hive positions
within that group. She is a grad-
uate "f the College Of Jewish
Studies and the Central VMCA,
College of Chicago, III. She is a
veteran teacher of the Hebrew
Academy of Greater Miami, and
the Hebrew High School of the
Central Agency of Jewish Edu-
< alien.
Other officers elected include:
Gladys Diamond, of Temple Beth
Sholom, Hollywood, and Sholem
Rpelhaum, Principal at Knesseth
Israel, vice presidents; Shula Ben
David. Temple Beth Sholom. sec-
retary, and Ida Porush. Temple
Zion, treasurer.
Executive committee: David
Freedman, honorary life president,
C'hana Ara/i, Ziva Bar N'avon,
Aion Ben Aron, Miriam Bonwitt.
Rosalyn Seidel, and Ben Zion
Cohen.
After serving as president of the
Hebrew Educators Alliance for 15* newly-elected officers at the tori
years, Rabbi Shimon Azulay will I coming Chanukah celebration n
continue to serve as advisor. Rabbi the evening of Dec. 7.
MRS. JULIUS SUKtNIK
pation of local Hebrew Schools in
this program.
Plans are being formulated to
hold the official installation T
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Friday. Kowccbec 10
0.1972
Beth David H. S. Adds Dr. Rutchik To Faculty
The faculty of Beth David High School of Jewish Studies in-
cludes ircm left. Mrs. Hcrrie: Blum, teacher; Arthur Wohlge-
rnuth. coordinator: Dr. Donald Micheison, teacher; Rabbi
Dan Landsracn. ecuccrucocl direc.or, and Mrs. Rise Lcrds-
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psychologist, to its staff Dr. Rut-
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workshop for the 11th and 12th
grade students on the subject.
'Love s-arti-.e Tuesday evening
Vox 21 a: the South Dade Carr.--
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Young adults from ninth through
Hll grades, including pre-ronfir-
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mt-et one night a week at the
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Technion Women
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Jeronim Dr Ciral Gables.
Mrs. I. M Wefawteln -A-ill re-
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Mr* Meyer Brilliant
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M-s Jacqueline Hincfaey. Mrs.
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BI( IIARD-WEISSHAUT
Richard,, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert WYisshaut will become a
Lfiai-. Mit/vah at Temple Menorah,
[Saturday morning, Nov. 11.
Richard is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Nautilus Junior High
School where he received a sci-
ence award.
There "ill ho a luncheon after
[services in Temple Menorah's
hi Room to honor Richard.
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DAVID FRANK
David Elliot, son of Mr. and
hhs. Arthur Frank, will observe
I his Bar Mitzvah during early
(morning services at Beth Torah
(Congregation Saturday, Nov. 11.
The celebrant is an eighth grade
(student at North Miami Junior
(High School and is in the Mitzvah
Iclass at Beth Torah"s Harold Wolk
(Religious School. He is a member
(of the Boy Scouts and a ham radio
|operator.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank will honor
[their son at the Kiddush following
the sen ices. Among guests will be
David's grandmother, Mrs. Anna
Feinman and relatives Dr. and
Mrs, George Glickman and daugh-
ter Nora, all from Los Angeles.
*nd from New York, Mrs. Sylvia
larris, Mr. and Mrs. William
Lindner, Mr. and Mrs. O. Rosen-
blum.
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BRUCE SHAPPE
Saturday morning services at
Beth Torah Congregation on Nov.
11 will include the Bar Mitzvah
^f Bruce Leonard Shappe.
The Bar Mitzvah is the son of
Llr. and Mrs. Allen Shappe and
randson of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
|tzkowitz and Mrs. Saul T. Zucker.
Bruce is in the eighth grade at
John F. Kennedy Junior High
chool, where he is a member of
he flag honors group. He is a
nember of the Hebrew High
hool class at Beth Torah's
Harold Wolk Religious School
phere he is a leader in the junior
ongregation services. He is also a
latinnal Piano Guild compettion
pinner and interested in amateur
adio.
Bruce's parents will sponsor the
Ciddush in his honor.
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ALLAN BARRISH
Allan Barrish, son of Mrs. Jack
Banish and the late Mr. Barrish,
fill observe his Bar Mitzvah at
temple Beth Sholom Saturday,
Fov. 11, at 10:45 a.m.
Allan is a student of the Con-
junction Class of 5734.
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PERRY MARTIN
Perry Bruce, son of Mr. and
Irs. Leo Martin, 1250 SW 72nd
Ive., will observe his Bar Mitzvah
luring Saturday morning services
Tv. 11 at Beth David Congrega-
|on.
The celebrant is in the eighth
rade at Palmetto Junior High
chool and has attended Beth
Paud Religious School for the
^st six years.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin will honor
LEGAL NOTICE
|N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
._ No- 72-4*58
.... ^"THUR W. PRIMM
1KB: Estate of
FJA K MOSKOWITZ
I Ueceasi-d.
Le JtaZO*! of probate
K,.?T*TJ OF FLORIDA:
(l!P pl'-r?^SON'S INTERESTED IN
["V ESTATE OP SAID DECEDENT.
Id taS2 "erc-by notified that a wrlt-
I i 7' Purporting to he the
Kent 2 ""^ ,e"ent of said de-
thl ,bfen admitted to probate
pmm' R,a,d <-'our You are hereby
Pmn.,,,,,, w|thJn calendar
tbl _" m. ,he da,e f the t
T -an "" 0f thl" notlce to "PPear
lou,a "J"1 and 8h0w cause, If any
t a,i!l' y tne action of said Court
huwT;,,1l'n,'f i"ld wHI to Probate
[ '";' "'and unrevoked.
AIITHITR W. PRIMM
_, County Judge
By LOIS P. PASTORFIELD
U^n M..OInBbu?gerL,.
!;',? KP'an, Porter,
r Inson & Kenln
15 K""^'"! 1st Street
IP""; Florida S3130
I *l Publication of this notice on
[r*!v "'October, 1972.
BSAL) 10/20-27 11/3-10
Dovid Sfein
Gloria Sfein
their son at the Kiddush in Spector
Hall and at a reception at the
Eden Roc Hotel.
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GLORIA and DAVID 9TEIX
Gloria Ann and David Marc
Stein, children of Mr. and Mrs.
Gerard Liss, will become Bat and
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, Nov. 11,
at Temple Emanu-El.
Gloria and David have attended
the afternoon Religious School of
Temple Emanu-El and are eighth
grade students at Nautilus Junior
High School.
The celebrants will be honored
with a luncheon at the Algiers
Hotel. Their grandparents, Mrs.
Fannie Eveloff and Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Liss, will attend the event.
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RHONDA SL'CHER
Rhonda, the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. William Sucher, will
become a Bat Mitzvah at Temple
Menorah, Friday evening, Nov. 10.
Rhonda is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Nautilus Junior High
School. The celebrant will be hon-
ored at the Oneg Shabbat follow-
ing services.
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BARRY BRANT
Barry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Har-
vey L. Brant, will be called to the
Torah as a Bar Mitzvah during
the morning services Saturday,
Nov. 11, at Temple Zion.
Barry, an eighth grade student
at Glades Junior High School, is
in the symphonic band. He re-
ceived the Skodnick Award last
year from Temple Zion Hebrew
School.
Following services, there will
be a Kiddush at the temple in
honor of the occasion. Among the
guests will be Barry's grandfather,
Abe Newman.
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AARON MILLER
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley G. Miller,
formerly of Miami, announce the
Bar Mitzvah of their son, Aaron
Michael, Saturday, Nov. 11, at
Beth Ha Medrosh Hagadal Con-
gregation in Denver, Colo.
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Miller and
Mrs. Birdie Gottesman, grandpar-
ents, will attend.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-4664
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
FANNIE NEEDELMAN
Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hnv-
Imk Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which vou may have against
the estate of FA.vN'IK NKEdei.man
deceaseil late of Dade Count v. Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dnde
Countv. and file the same In duplicate
and as provided in Section 733.16,
Florida Statutes, In their offices in
he C'v 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 2
day of Nov.. A.D. 1972.
Harry Zukernick
Roy Needelman
As Executors
First publication of this notice on
the 10 dnv of Vovmber, 1972.
HARRY ZCKERNICK
Attorney for Estate of
FANNIE NFEDELMAN
420 Lincoln Road
Mliaml Beach. Fla. 33139
._________ 11/10-17-24 12/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GfVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of ALEX TII.E CONTRACTOR at
12530 B.W. 30th Street, Miami. Fla.
intends lo register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
ALEXIS MENDOZA
H/13-20-27 11/3
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-22689
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
ARTHUR JOHN KRANTZ,
Husband Petitioner,
and
MARIE HEDRICK KRANTZ,
Wife-Resnondent.
TO: MARIE HEDRICK KRANTZ
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage haa been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If anv, to it
on ALBERT WILENSKY. ESQ.. at-
torney for Petitioner, whose address
Is 1104 Concord Building. 66 West
Flagler Street. Miami, Florida. 33130.
and file the original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or before
Dec. 13. 1972: otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint or peti-
tion.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS mv hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
3 day of November. 971
E. B, LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dde Countv. Fln'-'-'a
Bv R U. KISSEE
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal*
ALBERT WILENSKY. ESQ.
68 W. Flagler Street
1104 Concord Ru'M'nir
Miami. Florida 3S130
Attorney for Petitioner
358-3570 n/io-n-24 i2/i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NO. 72-22740
NOTICE OF ACTION
El.I BREGER
Plaintiff
vs
RITTH M MACOURFK and
AI.PHONSE A. MORNEAULT.
r>pfrtr,H'*"
TO: RUTH M. MACOUREK
11" Ida Street
Hot Springs. Arkansas 71901
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Complaint in Interpleader has
been filed against you, and you are
required to serve a copy of your An-
swer or pleading to the Plaintiff on
Plaintlfrs attorneys. BREGER ft
SCHREIBER. 16499 N.E 19th Ave..
North Miami Beach. Fl. 33162. and
file the original Answer or Pleading
In the Office of the Clerk o' the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the 19th day
of December, 1972. If you fail to do
so. default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In the
ComplainL
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said Court at Miami. Dade County.
Florida, this 7th day of November.
1972.
E. B. LEATHEAMAN
Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade Countv. Florida
By N. A. HEWETT
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
11/10-17-24 12/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of C and I, COFFEE SHOP at 35
Northeast 17th Street, Miami, Florida
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
LOUIS WOLLMAN
GEORGE GILBERT
Attorney for Owner
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
of BECKMAN RECORDS at 2373
Collins Avenue. Miami Beach Fla. in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
FRANK S. BECKMAN. INC.
11/10-17-24 12/t
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of BECKMAN THEATRICAL ASSO-
CIATES at 2373 Collins Avenue. Mi-
ami Beach. Fla. intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, IHorida.
FRANK S. BECKMAN. INC.
11/10-17-24 12/1
IN THE CO"NTv |i'"~E'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-5607
FRANK B. DOWLINO
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
HATTIE DAMPSEY
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which vou may have acainst
the estate of HATTIE DAMPSEY 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-
tv 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 2nd
day of November. A.D. 1972.
GERTRUDE COMER
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the inth day of November. 1972.
HARRY ZUKERNICK
Attorney for Executrix
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Fla. 33139.......
11/10-17-24 12/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
VILLALOBOS REALTY at 5135 N.W.
1st St., Miami. Fla. 33126 Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida._____
MIGUEL A. VILLALOBOS
10/27 11/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of I .A PIIBRTA DEL SOL CENTER
at 1055 W. 29th St.. Hialeah. Fla. In-
tends to register said name with the
cierk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
LUIS M. GONZALEZ
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 COUNTV.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-22650
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
MYRTIJS L. URICK, Wife
and
STEVE JAMES URICK. Husband
TO: STEVE JAMES URICK
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 of
vour written defenses, if any. to It
on WILLIAM SHAPIRO. ESQ.. at-
torney for Petitioner, whose address
is 561 N.E. 79th Street, Suite 212-A.
Miami, Florida 33138. and file the
original with the clerk of the above
tyled court on or before Dec. 18.
1972: otherwise a default will be en-
tered against you for the relief de-
manded 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 s.-.il of
said court at Miami, Florida on this
2 day of Nov.. 1972.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By R. M. KISSEE
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
WILLIAM SHAPIRO
Attorney for Petitioner
__________________11/10-17-24 12/1
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
72-22745
SUIT FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
LEVEDA BRANDT,
Petitioner
vs
HOWARD BRANDT,
Respondent
TO: HOWARD BRANDT
c/o B ft K Inc.
Washington Square Building
7th ft Chestnut Street -4th floor
Philadelphia. Pennsylvania
You. HOWARD BRANDT, are here-
by notified that a Petition for Dis-
; solution of Marriage has been filed
against you and you are required
to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Petition on the Peti-
tioner's attorney, ARNOLD LASKY,
ESQ. c/o GROVER WEINSTEIN ft
STAUBER PA. 350 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach. Florida and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 15 day of De-
cember, 1973. If you fall to do so.
Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FUiRIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 3 day of November. A.D.
"'" E. B LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
By: L SNEBDBN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
GROVBR ^ EINSTEIN ft
STAUBER, PA.
35o Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
531-U4I
Attorneys ffor Plaintiff
11/10-17-24 12/1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-22752
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
JERRY ALLAN KLEAM, Husband
and
ELAINE It. KLEAM, Wife.
TO: ELAINE 15. KLEAM
Rural Delivery No. 4
Greenfield Avenue
Balaton spa. New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai a Petition for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you in
the above Cause, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your An-
swer on the Husband's attorney. ROB*
ERT R. WHITE. 1032 Alfred I. du-
Pont Building, Miami. Florida. 33131.
and file the original Answer in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 13 day of Dec.
1972; otherwise, a Default will be en-
tered against you.
DATED at Miami. Florida this 3
day of Nov. 1972.
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court J
Miami. Dade County. Florida
BY: R. M. KISSEE
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
11/10-17-24 12/1
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. 72-22829
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
EDGAR GIMENEZ.
Husband
and
TONI GIMENEZ
Wife
TO: TONI GIMENEZ.
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 of
your written defenses, if any, to it
on SIDNEY EFRONSON, attorney
for Petitioner whose address is 14
N.E. 1st Ave., 612 Alnsley Bldg., Mi-
ami. Florida, and file the original
with the clerk of the above styled
court on or before December 15. 1972;
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded In
the complaint or petition.
This notice shall bo published once
each week for four consent ive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami. Florida on
this 6 dav of Noveber. 1972.
E B. LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By C. P. COPELAND
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
SIDNEY EFRONSON
112 Alnsley Bldg.
Miami. Florida 33132
Attorney for Petitioner
11/10-17-24 12/1
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. 72-22629
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION f
OF MARRIAGE T
IN RE: '~\
GUMERSINDO MESA
and
MARIA LIONIDA MESA-RARRBGO
TO: Maria Llonida Mesa-Burrego
Marti No. 9 PeriOO
Province of Matanza 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
vour written defenses. If any. to It on
Max A. Goldfarb, attorney for Peti-
tioner, whose address is Suite 414
Itis.avne Building. 19 West Flagler
Street. Miami. Florida 33130, Tele-
phone: 371-2538. and file the original
with the clerk of the above styled
court on or before December 15, 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 FIXMUDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
2 day of November. 1972.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By C. P. COPBI-AND
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal) ""^
MAX A. GOLDFARB
414 Blscayne Building
19 West Flagler Street. Miami, Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
11/10-17-24 12/1
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUl
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVKNfthat
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
Of FLORIDA INSTRUMENT EXPORT
at 2735 E. 5th Avenue, Hialeah, Fla.
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Countv, Florida.
II I 11.1.Kit MO FERN A NI >] 2
Leonard J. Kalish '
Attorney for applicant
Dupont Bldg.. Miami. Fl
11/10-17-24 12/1
f'wney torjStTtloVwi
I0/JO-27 11/3-10
I Miami Beach, F
lorida 33I39
11,3-10-17-24
_oi.i v oiiim.- w:nue
Miami Beach. Fla, 33139
11.3-10-17-24
Attorney for l'< tltloner
II ft-10-17-24 '
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LEGAl NOTKE
LEGAL NOTKE
, the COUNTY JUDGE'S
IN AND FOR
COURT
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-5161
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
In RE: Estate of
LOUIS M08 IN
1 Voeensod.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Pomona Hav-
m!,ilvr.'-di>"-s"n All Persons H.-W- | ClaHjJSywI Demands Against ,.Sa,d
Z CWm. or Demands Against Said "g"^ h(.rhy nn,mcd and rcquir.
K\,'u 'are hereby notified and re- I present any olalma and demands
in 1
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-5004
PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
RE: Estate of
pw
l-aib
LEGAL NOTICE
I
LEGAL NOTKE
LEGAL NOTKt
i ii
have
nuiid* which you may
1,1.,. estate Kayo I-ider deceased
li.ip o Oade County, Florida, lo the
ICoiintr Judges of l>ade County, and
In].- lb- asms In duplicate and as pro-
Ivirl.-il in Section 73.1.16. Florida Stat-
Kirs in tft'-ir of'ircs ill the Oounty
|0"urthous* In Dade County. Fhirida.
itithin kU -ailendar months from the
lime of th- flmt publication hereof.
|,,i the same trill he barren.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 19
da)rof 1 ><-tohe- A.D. 197?.
ANN lUKf-'H
Aa Cxecutrix
Klr-t publication ..1 thli notice on
|Ulr 27 day of October. 1972.
Kiirx M. Faber
Lttorney for Executrix
i AinsJcy Building
Miami, Florida
10/27 11/3-10-17
in'l re- vui .m* ,.n..o ..i... ... n....>..
and de- i which you may have against the <--
nmlnat i HI' of LOl'IS MOSSON deceased late
.IglUIlHI | ...... .. ....... DH__bt_ ... .... ,.....
of Dude County, Florida, to the Coun-
ty Judges of lHidc County, and file
the same in duplicate ami an provided
in Section 7M.1S. Florida statutes, in
their offices in the County Courthouse
in Dade County. Florida, within six j jji;.,-, llnd m,. ,n
calendar months from the time of the fjlerh of the abbv
first publication hereof, or the same
will be burred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 10th
day of October, AD. 1972.
HERBERT MOSSON
JFDITH MOSSON
As Executors
First publication of this notice on
the L'Oth day of October. 1973.
KWITNEY ANI> KROOP
By Illchard 1. Kroop
Attormya for Executors
420 Lincoln Koad, Miami Beach, Fla.
I" 10-20-27 11 3
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-5235
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Batata of
0L.LT NISINOW
11. paaed
Ml Creditors and All Persons llnv-
pE claims or Demands Against Said
li:
You are herehv w.tm.-.i ;..wi ...
to present any claims and de-
I which ; iiu may ll...e .....to.-.!
tate of .MOLLY NL'SLVOW de-
late of Dade County. Florida.
I County Judges of Dade County.
file the same In duplicate and
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THfe
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 72-21157
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In RE The Marriage Of:
CI-XUA I i|)Ii >, wife anil
AltNALDo (MHO. husbnnd.
TO: ARNALDO OI>lo
.., IMS Orpyid Concourse .,, .
Bronx, New York
Entrance Concourse 17ft Street
YOU ARE HEREBY notified that
a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed against you, and you
are hereby required to serve a ropy
of your answer or other pleading to
the Petition on the Wife's attorney.
LESTER ROOKRS. whose address is
lr.4 N.W. 17th Avenue. Miami, Florida
original with the
styled court, on or
before the 27th day of November, 1972
or Default will he entered against
you.
DATED this 13th day of October,
1172.
K. D. LF.ATHKRMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court
By. C. I*. COPKI.AND
(Circuit Court Seal)
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
of DOWNTOWN TICKET AGENCY
at 168 SIC. 1st Street. Miami. Fla. In-| [.;..,;,,,..
lend lo register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad*
Counts*, Florida.
MAURICE BERNSTEIN
HBU.MAN FISCHER
Kwitney & Kroop
Attorney* for applicants
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
n 3-1C-17-24
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-4368
In RE: Estate of
HARRY i;INSI1ERG,
I), rcased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
the
id
provided in section 733.16, Florida
Itatati in their offices in the Coun-
Oourlhouse in Hade County. Ftor-
, within six calendar month*] from
e lime of the first publication here-
. or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 2>;
Of I 'etcher, A.D. 1971.
BERNARD Nl'SlNi iw
As Bxacutor
first publication of this notice on the
day nf November. 1972.
IROVEH WETN8TE1N &
TAl'BER P.A.
8HERWTN STAITBER
ittornej for Batate of Molly Nuslnow
ft U In Road, Miami Deacb, Fla.
11/10-17-24 It/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
|NOTICE is HEREBY fJIVEN that .
undersigned, desiring to engage
business under the fictitious name i
MF.LO FASHIONS at IX1 W, 2Sth
I. Hlaleah, Fla, intenils to reg- I
>'<' aid name with the Clerk of the j
' uii Court of Dade County. Flor-
OKI_\NDO ^mifi I
11/10 17-24 12-1
|N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 82007- B (Judge Dowling)
YOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
IMPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
RE Batate nf
IENJAMIN FEI-SHER
l >... ised.
[ NOTIi'K Is hereby given that .
filed our Final Report nnd Peti-
lor Distribution and Final Dis-
narti as Co-executor* of the estate
BENJAMIN FELftHBR, deceased:
d thai on the 20th day of November.
T-. will apply to the Honorable
untv Judges of Dade County. Flor-
i far approval of said Final Report
d 'hat on the 20th day of November,
largi Ito Executors of the .slate
ihi above-named decedent This
J day of o,toher. 1072.
tSEOROR FBL8HER
ROSE FCCHS
HAROLD SIIAFHto
IAROI n SHAPIRO
ptnrney
Lincoln Road
llaml Beach. Fla. 13130
.(..27 II 3-10-17
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
[N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
JLEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-21248
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
RB: The Marriage of
|lYD M. HITCHLSON. Husband,
l and
(ALE P. HUTCHISON, Wife
' DALE F. HITCHISON
9009 Hramell
Detroit. Michigan 48239
lYOir ARK HEKKftY NOTIFIED
Out an iu'tlon for Dissolution of Mar-,'
' has been filed against you and
ire required (0 serve a copy of
J'ur written defenses, If any, to it on
1AUT1N s. SAXON, attorney for
Utloner, whose address Is 1461 N.W.
Ii Avenue. Miami, Fla. 3312.'.. and
the original with the Clerk of the
we styled court on or before Nov-
"""r 27. 1972. otherwise a default
l Ii.- entered aguinst you for the re-
*' demanded In the I'omplalnt or
lotion,
[This notice shall bo published once
'!", week for "our consecutive weeka
l-tvi-1' "'"'"" Fl/JRIDIAN.
"M.ss my hand and the seal of
ua eoUrt at Miami, Florida on thla
1 "ay of October 1972.
E. H. LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
l!y: C. P. COPELAND
Aa Deputy Clerk
oi" out Seal)
'"TIN a SAXON
V W 17th Avenue
"' Florida 33125
.one: I3t-*T4S)
pvaey for Petitlonei
10/3-27 1L3-10
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Caae No. 72-21013
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
iMAMIE LAUBER BRYANT
wife.
\ B
KARL BRTANT
husband.
VOL. KARL RIIYANT. 8723 Bruce
Road. Rockway. New York, are no-
tified to serve a copy of your answer ,
to Dissolution of Marriage filed;
against you, on wife's attorney t
OBOROB NICHOLAS, 12 N.W. Utn |
Avenue. Miami. Florida 33120. and file |
original with Clert. of this Court on .
or before November 10. 19?!, other-
wise the Dissolution of .Marriage will
be confessed by you.
DATED: Oct. 24. 1972.
E. R I.EATHERMAN. Clerk
By: c. C. Alexander, d.c.
(Circuit Court Seal)
10/27 ii ::-io-i7
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. 72-22084
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
I THE MARRIAOE OF:
OBOROB W. CLINCH,
Petitioner
IALOBRTHA CLINCH.
Respondent
TO: ALOERTHA CLINCH
Route 1
I'e.x 27S
Itrunswick. fieorgia
TOO ARE HEREHY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed againsl you and
you arc required lo serve a copy of
your written defense*, '' any, to it
on Robert H. Burns, attorney for
Petitioner whose address is 350 Lin-
coln R.I.. Miami Beach, Fla., and file
the original with the clerk of the
ai.ov.- styled court on or before De-
cember ii. 1972; otherwise a aefau
will be entered againsl you for
relief demanded in the oompll
petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.ORID1AX.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court iit Miami. Florida on
his ;< day of October. 1972.
K. ii. LBATHERMAN.
As i lerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By I- BNEBDEN
As Deputy Cl.rk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Robert H Burns
3.".n Lincoln ltd.
Miami Beach, Fla.
Attorney for Petitioner
11.3-10-17-24
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of HARRY QLNSBERO, Deceased
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same In duplicate and as pro-
vided In Section 733. Hi, Florida Statu-
tea, in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of tne first publication hereof.
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this lllh
day ol October. A.D. 1972.
.MRS. EDITH GINSBERG
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
the 80th day of October, 1972.
Fromberg, Fromoerg Roth, P.A.
Attorneys for Administratrix
Suite M-IU2. Blscuyne lluilding
10/20-27 11.2-10
the
nt or
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. 72-21293
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
JACKIE EDWARDS.
Petitioner.
and
STEVEN LBLAN EDWARDS.
Respondent.
TO: Steven l.elall EM Ward S
Last College Avenue
llollv Springs. .Mississippi 3R83S
VOD ARE HEREHY 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 any, to It
on JOEL D. ROHR1SH. attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is 2825 Oak
Avenue, Suites 18 & 10. Coconut
drove, Florida, and file the original
with the clerk of the above styled
court on or before November 27, 1972:
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded
in the complaint or petition.
This notice shall bo published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami, Florida on this
:n day of Oct.. 1D72.
B. B. I.EATFIERMAN
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
lly R. MILKS
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
JOEL D. ROPRISII
28M Oak Avenue. Suites 15 : 11
Coconut Omvc, Florida
Atiorneyforivtitioncr^^ ^ ^
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. 72-21898
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF,
BONIA CHIN. Wife
and
JOHN CHIN. Husband
TO: JOHN CHIN
Residence is unknown
YOI" 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 101 N.W. 12th
An'., Miami. Fla., and file the original
with Ibe clerk of the above styled
court on or before DOC. I. 1972: other-
wise a default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in the
complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami, Florida, oil
this 24 day of Oct.. 1972.
E. B. LEATHKRMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
ly R. M. KISSER
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
DAVID B. STONE
Attorney for Petitioner
101 N.W. 12th Avc.
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
______________________10/27 ll ::-in-i7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-5258
In RE: Estate of
ROSE V.. COHEN
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and rcquir-
ed to present any claims and demands I
Which you may have against the is- I
late of ROSE Z. COHEN d<.....aaed
late of Hade County, Florida, lo the
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.16, Florida Stat-
utes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse In Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication '"ri'of,
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 16th
day of October, A D. 1872.
H El .EN K 11 KEEN W A 1.1)
HARRIET 1'KENT IS
As Executrices
First publication nf this notice on
the 2"th day of October, 1972.
MARK BILVER8TEIN
Attorney for Bxecutricea
420 Lincoln Road.
.Miami Beach, Florida
10/20-27 II '3-I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND 'OR DADE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-21290
IN RE:
Petition of
IRENE BUAREZ URAY
and
DAVID OKAY u
NOTICE
TO: ENRIQUE ItAQCERO
Columbia
South America
You are notified that the above-nan-
ed Petitioners, IRENE SUARBZ ORA
and DAVID ORAY, have filed a p*''
tion in tin- above-styled Court for the
adoption of the minor children nnnv
In that petition and you are cm
manded to serve a copy of your writ
ten defenses, if any. on Stephen L
Raskin. Petitioner's attorney, wuoi-
address is 72"" Bird Road, P.O. B< '
760J. Miami. Florida SSI55, on or b.
fore Nov. 27, 1972. and file the orii.
Inal with the Clerk of this I on1
either before service on Petitioner
attorney or imnn-dlatcly thereafter,
otherwise a default may be enterr
against you for the relief demand'
In the Petition.
WITNESS my hand and seal
the Court at Miami, Florida, this
day of Oct., 1972.
i: H. I.EATHERMAN"
Clerk of the Circuit Court
by: It. MILES
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
,"'20-27 Il/J-K
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-3132
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
LOCIS Rl'IXiES.
Deceased.
To AJ1 Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and ro-
o,ulred to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of LOO IS RC1HIES. de-
ceased late of- Dade County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dude County.
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 7:13.10. Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty 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 MlamK Florida, this 30
day of October. A.D. 1972.
SEY.MOIK Rt'IXSFS
As Kxecutor
First publication of this notice on
the 3rd day of Nov.. 1972.
HARRY ZUKBRNJCX
Attorney of Executor
420 Lincoln Road
Miami ltcach. Florida JIMS
11.3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEKEliY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring lo engage In
business under Ibe fictitious name ot
OI'APO at 6138 N.W. 2nd Street.
Fla intends to register said
with Ihc Clerk of the circuit
of Dade County. Floridu.
JOSE VIL1.AR
10/20-27 11/3-10
Miami.
name
Court
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-S505
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RB: EMtaic of
LAWRENCE W. CINADEIt
Deceased.
To AH Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate: -
Y'ou are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of LAWRENCE W. CINADER
deceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 733. Is. 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 ::isi
du .a i.,-toiler. .\.1>. I9TJ.
JOAN M. BROOKS
As Kxc, utrlx
First publication of this notice on
the 3rd day of Nov.. 1972.
WEINKR and WEISENFELD P A.
by: JOSEPH J. WEISENFELD
Attorney for JOAN M. BROOKS,
Exccutrlx
2373 Collins Avenue
Miami llea. h. Fla. 33139
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-4409
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RB: Batata of
JOHN IRVING HELL
Deceased,
To All Creditors and All Person!
ing Clalni't or Demands Against
Batate:
You are hereby notified and re-
qulred lo present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against j
the esta.....f JOHN IRVING HELL
deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade'
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided in Section 733.10,
Florida Statutes, in their offices in
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida. within six calendar
months from the lime of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
Dated at Miami Florida, this IS
.lav ot i l,-toiler. A.D. 1972.
Hal l idle Elizabeth I'.ishop
As Executrix
first publication of this notice on
the 27 day of October, 1972.
SNYUER. VOI'MI U STERN
Attorneys for Petitioner
1799 N.E Hitth Street
- t North .Miami Beach, Florida S3162
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. 72-22557
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RB: THE MARRIAGE OF
SANDRA P. LoWERY. Wife
nnd
STEVE CLARENCE LOWERY,
Husbaad
To: STEVE CLARENCE LOWERS
S48 Lister Street
Spartenhurgh. South Carolina
VOU ARE HEREHY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
vour vritten defenses, if any. to it
on DAVID B. STONE, attorney for
Petitioner whose address Is 101 N.H .
12th Avenue. Miami. Fla. HIM, and
file the original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or before
rteeember X. 1972; otherwise a de-
fault will be entered against you for
the
petition.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-21290
IN RE:
Petition of
IRENE SCARE-/. CRAY
and
DAVID NOTICE
TO: Bmellna Buares Venegaa
Apartado Acrc-o Ili7i2
Bogota, Colombia.
South America
You are notified that the nbov -
named Petitioners. IRENE 8UARE2S
CRAY and DAVID GRAY, have fib
a petition In the above-atyled Cju
for the adoption Of lh minor childr. .
named in that petition and you are
commanded to serve a copy of rot
written defenses, if any, on St.-pln
L. Raskin, Petitioners attorne
whos,. address i 7200 Bird Road. V i
Box 760B, Miami, Florida M15S, on i r
before Nov. 27. 1972. and file t'
original with the Clerk of this Cou
either before service Oil Petitioner
attorney or Immediately therealte
otherwise a default may be nter.
againsl you for the relief demand
in the Petition.
WITNESS my hand and seal of t
Court at Miami. Florida, this 10th 'I i
of October. 1972.
K H LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
by: R. MILES
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
10/20-27 11,3-1-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-14378
NOTICE OF SUIT
IN RE: The Marriage of
PIjOHENCE ROl.l.E, Wife, and
RITPFERT ROI.LK. Husband.
TO: RIPPKRT HOI.LE
511 Southwest 8th Street
Homestead, Florida
rOTJ ARE HEREHY NOTlFILf*
that a Petition for Dissolution of Ma -
riage has been filed against you lu'
the Plaintiff, FLORENCE ROLLS.
You are hereby required to serve '
copv of vour answer thereto on
Plaintiffs Attorney. SHELDON P..
I'M LEY, 1497 Northwest 7th Street.
Miami. Florida, and file the origin. 1
Answer in the office of the Circuit
Court on or before the 'i day of Dec ,
1972; otherwise the allegations of (Ml '
Petition will be taken as com.
against you _
DATED at Miami. Dade t ouai'
Florida, this 27 day of October. 19 i.
B. II. LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Itv: II. M KISSEE
DEPUTY CLERK
(Circuit Court Seal)
II :!.ni-l7 .<
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No. 72-22528
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
IN RE: Tin marriage of
MOLL1E ADI.ER KAPLAN.
Petitioner.
and
HERMAN KAPLAN.
despondent.
TO: Herman Kaplan
c o King David Uriel
Shore Road and National
Boulevard
long Reach. New York lir.H1
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
Vnr ARE HEREHY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
vour written defenses. If any. to ir.
I.n DAVID S. RUMBLE, ESQ.. 3:.
Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Florida,
33139, attorney for Petitioner, OB or
before December 1972, and file the
original with the clerk of this Court,
either before service on Petitioner's!
thereat*
relief demanded in the complaint attorney or immediately thereafter
otherwise a default will be cntererl
Tills notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORHMAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami, Florida on this 1
ilav ol November, 1972.
K. II. LEATHERMAN,
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By C, P. copF.l.AND
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
DAVID K BTONB
STONE ft SOSTCHIN
Hil N.W. 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida SJ128
Attorney for Pi tltlone
I I
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against you for the relief demanded in
the Petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weckn
in TIHO JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS, my hand and the seal or
this Court, at Miami. Florida, this I
day of November, 1972.
B B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk, Circuit Court
By: L SNEEDEN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
DAVID S. HUMBLE
Attorney for Petitioner
850 Lincoln Road
Miami Reach. Florida '
11 8-10-17-24


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