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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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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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' elewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 45 Number 46
Miami. Florida Friday, November 17, 1972
Three Sections
Price 25 cent-
2,000 US., CANADIAN COMMUNAL LEADERS ATTEND
CJF Holds 41st General Assembly
TORONTO (WNS) Some
2,000 Jewish communal leaders
from the United States and Can-
ada attending the 41st General
Assembly of the Council of Jew-
ish Fed rations and Welfare
Fund- discussed plans and
launched programs to assure
the ngthening of Jewish
bond: an 1 intensifying Jewish
ft ft
identity and consciousness in the
800 communities served by the
CJF.
A preliminary report disclos-
ing a trend of increased inter-
marriage among American Jews
was presented. Wrtten by Dr.
Fred Massarik of the University
of California. Los Angeles
(UCLAi. director of the CJF
ft ft ft
Louis Stern, 68, Collapses
While Addressing Banquet
TORONTO (JTA) The 41st
ICeneral Assembly banquet of
|the Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds ended
tragically Saturday night when
Louis Stern, president of the
CJF from 1963-66 and for dec-
ades leader in communal
kffairs, died of a heart attack
Jhortl) alter collapsing onstage
ehind the podium in the middle
bf an address before more than
tooo delegates and guests. Mr.
Stern, 68, was rushed to St.
Michael's Hospital where he was
pionouneed dead on arrival.
The remainder Of the banquet
kession wa> cancelled a few
hiinutes ;ittcr Mr. Stern col-
lapse,I. The sessions continued
Sunday, but the plenary session
and a CJF Board meeting was
cancelled in order to hold a
memorial service at the Royal
York Hotel where the five-day
Assembly was taking place.
Mr. Stern, of South Orange,
N.J.. had been presenting the
CJF nominations report an-
nouncing the new slate of offic-
ers and the installation of the
new president, Irving Blum of
Baltimore. He read a message
from President Richard M. Nix-
on to Max M. Fisher, outgoing
CJF president, and then pre-
Continued on Page 5-A
1972's Jewish Voting
IPattern Was 'Liberal'
NEW YORK (WNS) De-
Ipite President Nixon's sweeping
Met v including almost trip-
Ini; the Jewish vote since 1968
Ben George McGovern never-
Iwless retained 61% of the
Jewish vote nationally, accord-
pg to Washington observers.
Available returns showed that
he heaviest volume of Jewish
I : Nixon were registered
beset by racial tensions
Is in areas of Michigan where
busing has been a major issue
\ni in the Canarsie district of
Hew York.
In some parts of New York
pity, Nixon's stronger showing
kmoiiu Jewish voters was at-
rihnted to the heavy support
k received in Orthodox and
laasldic neighborhoods. But the
lewish vote for McGovern was
Richer than that of any other
vhite ethnic group.
Both parties had made in-
tensive efforts to win over Jews
Jn such issues as Israel and
oviet Jewry. Some evidence
fiat this played an important
pie was in Ohio where Rep.
piarlcs Vanik, a non-Jewish
eurocrat, won a 10th two-year
pongrcssinnal term with 92% of
|he Jewish vote. Rep. Vanik in-
pxiuced an amendment to the
East-West Trade Act opposing
lust favored nation status and
Ither trade concessions to the
pviet Union until Moscow
ar,c. Is its head tax. McGovern
I'so won 52-54% of Ohio's Jew-
ph vote.
In winning New York City by
81,920 votes of the 2,600.408
cast. Sen. McGovern surpassed
President Nixon in 11 of 20
Assembly districts that have
heavy Jewish populations.
Jewish circles attributed in
large measure Nixon's improved
showing among Jews to a feeling
that he has 'delivered" on his
pledges of support for Israel
while McGovern was an un-
known quantity despite his
many pro-Israel statements.
In Los Angeles, where Jewish
voting patterns are considered
fairly representative of the
Jewish votes in the country as
a whole, the high percentages
of votes which have gone to
Democratic presidential candi-
dates since 1960, Indicated the
extent of Jewish loyalty to the
party of Franklin D. Roosevelt.
That loyalty though visibly di-
minished, remained intact.
The voting results did not in-
dicate, according to some ob-
servers, that there would be any
practical change in congres-
sional attitudes tow aid Israel or
Soviet Jewry. Nevertheless,
some changes were expected in
both houses due to the defeat of
several prominent Jewish candi-
dates and the election of others
Jews and non-Jews whose
views on issues of Jewish con-
cern had not yet been tested.
In Jerusalem, there was a
feeling that Nixon's re-election
augured well for continued good
relations between the United
States and Israel.
study and of the research serv-
ice bureau of the Los Angeles
Jewish Federation Council, the
report showed that "of current
marriages some 16.8 percent in-
termarriages appear in the
United States Jewish popula-
tion."
The report also disclosed, how-
ever, that there is more conver-
sion into than out of Judaism,
and that nearly 96' i of chil-
dren from intermarried couples
are or will be raised as Jews.
In homes where only the wife
is Jewish, nearly all children
are or were being raised as
Jews. The report was the result
of a three-year National Jewish
Population Study, the most com-
prehensive to date.
The study, a 41-page working
paper "Explorations in Inter-
marriage," was conducted in cit-
ies with Jewish populations of
40.000 or more and several
smaller cities based on 39 geo-
graphical areas in which 7600
households were sampled. Dr.
Massarik noted that the report's
statistics and findings are sub-
ject to further refinement, clari-
fication and changes as addition-
al information is gathered.
The sharpest increase in Inter,
marriages occurred in the early
1960s when the percentages rose
from a previous high of 12.5%
to 29.7'; and in the last It
year- to 48.1'; according to the
report. The 16.8 percent figure
referring to current intermar-
rlages appears to be a statistical
average from 1900-72.
Other reports comprising th
National Jewish Population
Continued on Page 8-A
British Jews Targets For
New Wave Of Letter Bombs
LONDON (JTA) British
Jews appear to be the principal
targets of the new wave of let-
ter bombs flooding Britain.
To date. 20 of the booby-
ted envelopes have been
either intercepted at post il -
ing offices or turned over to
police by recipients.
One recipient, a diamond mer-
chant, was injured Friday when
he opened a letter bomb In his
office. He was reported resting
comfortably at St. Bartholo-
mew's Hospital.
Other recipients included
Abba Bornstein, former chair-
man of the British Mizrachi.
Chief Rabbi Emeritus Sir Israel
Brodie. and the sexton of a small
synagogue who said he was
probably on the terrorists' list
because his name appears on the
synagogue's note paper.
Letter bombs were also re-
ceived by three Jews in Glas-
gow. Several were addressed t->
offices in Whitechapell where
many Jewish business firms are
located.
Scotland Yard has warned
Jews not to open unexpected
mail from abroad. Police also
increased security for the 17th
biennial national conference of
the British Section of the World
Jewish Congress which opened
here Saturday night.
The Israeli newspaper. Maariv,
reported that two Palestinian
Arabs were arrested in Buch-
arest after Rumanian authori-
ties found letter bombs in their
possession. The Arabs were en-
route to Yugoslavia where it was
believed they intended to mail
the bombs to Israeli individuals
and Jewish institutions.
Federal and local law en-
forcement agencies in New York
also reported the interception of
15 letter bombs in Singaixjre.
Several of them were addressed
to New York residents. This
latest incident proves terrorists
are continuing their diabolical
efforts, officials said, noting
that a letter-bomb mailed from
New Delhi, India, was also re-
ceived in Tel Aviv last week.
A Scotland Yard expert told
that the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency that the letter bombs
are only dangerous if opened.
He warned against putting sus-
pect mail in water because the
glue on the envelo|>e could dis-
solve and the bomb would ex-
plode.
The letter bombs contain stiff
cardboard soaked in a plastic
explosive with a metal detona-
The expert said any suspect
letter should he put aside and
the local police informed im-
mediately.
"It .is safe to handle as long
as the envelope is not torn." he
said. "Once such precautions are
taken, there is no reason to be
unduly worried. When the per-
petrators discover that nobody
falls for the device they will stop
doing it because it is not easy."
Post office workers, mean-
while, were re|M>rtedly being
given special training to detect
and handle letter bombs. There
was growing concern, however,
that some of the boml>s were
passing through a metal-detec-
tion device without being dis-
covered.
A London newspaper quoted
one postal sorter saying: "This
job is beginning to get danger-
ous. I wish the Arabs would
fight their war in the Midi1.:;
Fast."
Federation Honoring Rosichan
Arthur S. Rosichan, executive
vice president of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, will
be honored at its 34th annual
meeting and dinner in Miami
Beach's Carillon Hotel Monday.
Mr. Rosichan, a social worker
and teacher, has been a leader
of the Greater Miami Jewish
community since 1960.
"The Jewish community here
has enjoyed both tremendous
progress and growth in the past
several years," said Robert Rus-
sell, Federation president. "No
small part of that growth can
be attributed to 13 years of pro-
fessional leadership and persona,
dedication by Arthur Rosichan,"
he added.
In looking back over his years
of service to Miami's Jewish
commur.ity. Mr. Rosichan said
two priorities have emerged
"Our community has expressed
a basic concern for the prob-
lems of our older citizens .
and a deepening concern for the
'Jewish identity' problems of our
children.
"Greater Miami is the fifth
largest center of Jewish popu-
lation in the United States and
the fastest growing Jewish com-
munity outside of Israel. "Most
importantly," Mr. Rosichan con-
tinued, "Miami is a healthy com-
munity. It's healthy because it
knows the difference between
concern for the amount of money
raised and concern for the rea-
sons the money is being raised."
According to Fred K. Shochet,
chairman of the annual meeting
committee and Muriel (Mrs.
Robert) Russell, cochairman of
the event, the evening will in-
clude the election of officers and
Continued on Page 9-A
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Labor Dinner Tuesday
To Honor Joe Brady
I.c;i.!<<- of Florida labor and
management "ill join together
Tucsdaj night to pay tribute to
1,1-1;ih Piilrick Brady at a Deau-
vjl Hotel dinner. Mr. Brady,
business manager of the Brick-
layers, MasOM and Plasterers
Union Local 7 in Miami, will re-
,,.,,, the Shield of Israel Award
H, the dinner-dance.
Father Sean O'Sullivan, presi-
dent of Operation Self-Help in
Miami and one of the originators
of the 1969 Teenage Rally for lv-
i) j in the Orange Bowl, will
participate in the salute to Mr.
Brady. Father O'Sullivan is com-
pleting his studies at Florida State
University for a Master's degree in
Social Work after earning a Mas-
lei's degree in Theology at Barry
College.
Another addition to Tuesday's
program is Herbert Warshaucr of
pjew York, national field director
of the State of Israel Bonds orga-
nization. He also is director of the
rrade Union Movement for the
Development Corporation for Is-
rael.
Mr. Warshauer is former Ca-
nadian director of ORT and is a
former organizer and director of
lir Retail Clerks Union.
The dinner honoring Mr. Brady
will lie addressed by Abbie Ben
Ari. former director of the Israel
Government Tourist Office for
Nmtli America and Director of
Israel Communications.
Chairman of the dinner are
Ralph DeMco, president of A.D.H.,
Inc.; Joe E. Henry, president of
the Miami Building Trades Council,
and Jo.-cph II. Kaplan, a Miami
labor attorney. Tibor Hollo, presi-
dent ol Florida Fast Coast Prop-
erties, is dinner chairman.
Honorary cochaimien are Lt.
Governor Tom Adams. Commis-
sioner of Education Floyd T.
Christian. State Rep. Dick Clark.
Commissioner of Agriculture
Doyle Conner, State Comptroller
Fred O. Dickinson Jr.; Joseph Fer-
nandez president ol the Florida
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A Sign Some Are Ready For Peace
v.r- r^rpr^ the mcicents en th = Syrian border _-.:.""e
- z.. z.ziz are .;c<.-; toward pcs-e^r.::. V=_ted
Saotes policy with coi hope ana trep.rkracn as to who:
:-rnges _n presen- pc-hry d cry w/_ take place
Arab d-p-lomojc sources hare iccrsec that there is
ceo-erai s^zz-or for a"-*" e Nixon gcrrr->rrcton -
:-~z:e -o oegin o new _--;~.ve tor a M_dcUe 5c~ serls-
ment. and pre-elecbon stotemems iron: the Seote Depart-
ment lend credence to that belief- The fcfj of Arab
Soreign and desease ministers in Kuwait, called to con-
sider cocrrftr,fryr; oi positions toward Israel and the prob-
iec of the Pajestmicaa resistance movement, is expected to
see a conrroclctjon between the more radical crrs-Israei
Tiews oi Libya and Syria and the "moderate" posmon of
Jordan, presumably supported by Saudi Arabia.
Despite uneasiness in some Israeli liicies that the
Rogers Ran is still the major thrust of our Stale Depart-
ment's policy. the hope is that at long last some rneaningful
steps toward c settlement that will bring to a close the
quarter of a century of turmoil are about to be made. The
apparent division among the Arab states is a sign that
some are ready for peace.
Young People Make Contribution
Al-hough its budget is inf.nitesmcl by comparison wift
some of the ambitious studies underwritten by Jewish
nger.cies, the dedication of Nats Gnats" to their mission
car. make them an important force in the Jewish community.
Mocelec after Ralph Nader's "Raiders." the National
Center for Jewish Policy Studies is hardly a formal body
= -.rr.e It consists principally of young part-nme re-
searchers who live with Jewish families in the Washing-
ton area and receive small weekly subsistence stipends
out oi an annual budget of S5.000.
T.-.s past summer they worked on 10 different projects,
cr.e ot which 'he t.rst rot.r.gs ever made cf Senatorial per-
formance on issues of irr.pcrtc.-.ce to Jews has just been
released. Others dealt with parochial education, the effect
of the trade bill on Soviet Jews and possible legal action
to protect the moil rights of Soviet Jews under the Universal
Postal Union A cor.cr^-e achievement iocs beer, the intro-
duction cf a regular lC-minute pro-gram on the Voice of
America c_-ectec ct Jews _r. the Soviet Onion.
.'."-ether or not the projects they plan will duplicate
effors already under way by established aaer.cies is
hardy as important as the tact that Nat's Gnats" after :o-
yecr-oid Nathan Lewin. their leader represents c- irr.ao.-
r.ative effort by committed young people to make a ccn-
feftatiOB Bl the Jewish public interest.
Time To End Study, Begin Action
The latest figures on enrollment in Jewish schools
throughout the country confirm the drop in the birth rate
over the past five years. But that does not account in whole
for the difference of close to 100,000 fewer students since
1967 and it would seem time for an end to studies and the
beginning of action.
There is little that can be done about the birth rate.
an aging population and the shift from urban to suburban
living, which are some of the factors cited in the biennial
report of the American Association for Jewish Education
The Jewish community, however, if it is sincere about "sur-
vival," can address itself directly to such matters as lack
of parental interest and the high cost of supporting our
present-day synagogues, also cited a% reasons for the
decline.
While Federations are stirring themselves on this prob-
lem, slow movement may see a large part of an entire
generation forgotten when it comes to Jewish education,
whether intensive or minimal. The lesson of deliberate
speed should not be lost on us.
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newal of our eonan commit-
to a more h'irr.an snd
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I AM on many of these li-t>
for a good reason almost
automatic response with a sma'l
check. On th day after elec-
tion. I put the app^ais a?id-.
thinking about what some of the
more pessimistic people -
chrlinz me had perceived
would be *he real meaning of
the result* or.ee- wm rejected ail
the nonsense about "party cross-
over' campaign strategies, the
two-party system and ail the
other myth* that keep political
commentators in busir
It was the pcrc-:-p>:on that we
are in another one of those
periods the fa EC for
The Era
of American P^si?nat.on". and
Uj> '.ark -t I
for h-i^ only proved that it is
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re and school are quite
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good race re-
iatior- >'. any EfajnificaBt altera-
' e nationai distribution
: wealth and power.
Dantei Patr.ck Moynihar.. one
C <-.iiunestsr>' =tabie laid
it out for President Nixon with
bit recommendation of "'benign
neglect" of the black problem
three years ago and while the
President as the Wall Street
Journal once wrote, is by and
large inhospitable to men of
-. and intellect, he surely
must have the welcome mat out
for intellectuals like Moynihan
and Irving Kristol.
EX THE latest issue of Com-
mentary. Knstol makes out a
case against those of his peers
who strive for equality they
; professors, of course",
he wr.tes And of course, his
Aristotlian premise that a just
and leeitimate society is one in
which inequalities are generally
perceived by the cizitenry as
necessary for the common good
may be right. It surely wa
way the great majority voted on
Nov. 7.
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Louis Stern, 68, Collapses
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sented him with a 2.000-year-old
urn unearthed during an arch-
Peolc>Kical dig in Israel.
As Mi. Stern handed Fisher
the urn, he suddenly slumped to
the floor behind the podium.
Most people in the audience
thought the urn had been drop-
ped until a group of doctors pres-
ent in the audience rushed onto
the stage and began to admin-
ister artificial respiration and
hoart massage to Mr. Stern.
The police and fire depart-
ments rushed oxygen tanks to
the banquet hall, but the doc-
tors were unsuccessful in their
ellorts to revive Mr. Stern.
The banquet hall was cleared
and delegates gathered in clus-
ters outside, some of them cry-
ing and most of them visibly
shaken by the tragic turn of
events. Mr. Stern's wife, Fran-
ces, was on the platform with
her husband. His brother,
Charles, accompanied Mr. Stern
to the hospital.
Mr. Stern, born in Newark,
nas a former president of the
National Jewish Welfare Board,
a member of the Board of Gov-
ernors of the Jewish Agency,
and a past president of the Jew-
ish ('(immunity Council of Essex
County, past president of the
YM-YWHA of Essex County, a
member of the New York Stock
Exchange and the head of a
brokerage firm.
I'arti.ipatinn in the memorial
[Jewish Veterans
[From First War
;orm New Unit
Formation of a Southern Divi-
Hoi ol Veterans Jewish Battalions.
|nr, was announced this week by
'red J. Mallet of Miami Beach
Burl New York. Mr. Mallet is na-
tional chairman of the organiza-
i of veterans of the Zion Trans-
port Corps which served in Gal-
lil'oli in 1915 and of the 38th. 39th
and Kith battalions, Royal Fusi-
liers, which served in the British
Urny's Palestine campaign during
ind after World War I.
Col. R. Jack Lewis of Ft. Laud-
krdale was elected chairman of
|he Southern Division. He is a
rmer administrator of Temple
nanu-El of Ft. Lauderdale and
veteran of the United States
torrry in World War I.
Lewis Silbersher of North Mi-
ni Beach was elected secretary-
easurer of the new unit.
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Our cateriof *reet*r. Charlette Hem. h wit>at peer m
The Beac*. r'ease en't fcetrtate t can her far aaVice. tr spe-
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ew CttilliN
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from 45th ta 47th Street Oa the sew Hiaani Beach.
Chartotte Horo, Jl 225*1.
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fr>aOs mat lave to be accommodated toe Bay or a-::-f-
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the affair. Who else but the Deaniile? For the afla r f *
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Friday, November 17, 1972
. Un isti Ifhirndlliin
Putfe 7-A
Senior Citizens Receive WRIZ Adds Bronstein, Lewis To Head
Medical Aid At Center Yiddish Hour | ce fia// Committee
"Mount Sinai Medical Center's
concern for the sick and injured of
I ,iin -., i often roaches beyond
Its own walls, and into the very
],I of the city, "says Samuel
Gcrtiur, Its executive vice presi-
dent.
Th it i- the case of Mount Sinai's
relationship with the new South
I \.ii Ities ("eater, a getl lo-
liousc operation for the eld
,,-ly ii South Miami Beach.
Thd Medical Center has installed
two full-time nurses at the center
Marj Foehrenbach an.) Bertha
Their duties are pri-
.iith related, such as ad-
firsl aid, taking medi-
i.loi les and lecturing on
' r ipics
nc ol len find ourseh i -
dut es beyond the
dI medicine," says Mrs.
That's the nature of
i, i here hei ins in any
Kvaj .' can. Since the acth il es
, in-1 opened, we i
I nd ourselves making the
tinting and generally fix-
Iii.l' ii i the iiiace."
< i !.t r, located at l'"> Wach-
I Ave., is jointly funded bj
I i the So' ial Security Ad-
on and the Greater Mi-
nimi J -li Federation, in coopera-
[ iith .Mount Sinai and the
I.Kvi-h Vocation;"'. Service. The
lYMAUllA of Greatei Miami is
| inisterinfi the project.
Kvc i though Mrs. Thelma Gib-
n, K \\. Mount Sinai's S. Hai'VC)
; :ri Out-Patient Depart-
| nursing supervisor, has di-
c sponsibility over the two
i their duties are performed
a' the South Beach Actlvi-
If s c nter.
quipment supplied by
ilounl Sinai, such as an examining
[able, a Mood pressure machine
nui nther standard clinic-related
Equipment, the two appraise the
nedical conditions of everyoni
rho enters the front door. They
lUnd many whose conditions
n be remedied easily on the spot.
i w ilii physical hand; laps
thai might have cone unnoticed
lit bout professional medical evalu-
ation on hand.
Is is why Mis. Fochrcnba :h
no Mrs, Steinberg are go import-
fin in the operation of the South
Activities Center." sayi
I Schcinberg, project direc-
tor .Many of our senior Citizens
e here have been suffer-
is from physical handicaps thai
lave one untreated. The ailm mts
ihich Mount Sinai nurses pinpoint
tan then he treated by the hos-
|il i outpatient department."
xi Steinberg reports she lias
liseovered persons with hyperten-
sion, chronic arthritis, skin and
I ,r lit ions and hearing loss,
P:i other illnesses.
"I'm concerned over the thought
|li" many who have come here
pi-lit have allowed their condition
Jo deti rlorate simply because they
ere not aware of the serious-
l(- .' she says. 'Fortunately, we
Jan locate the problem area in
jnu.t i<. s and when advisable bus
1'iem to Mount Sinai for treat-
ment."
With the assisiance of Mrs.
Iteinberg, Mrs. Foehrenbach and
Mrs. Scheinberg*8 staff, the Ac-
tivities Center has already made
I -s. Hundreds of senior citi-
zens have received medical and
Cedars Schedules Topping
Ceremony For New Building
A "tree-topping" ceremony for
Ihe 18-story North Building addi-
tion to Cedars of Lebanon Health
ire Center at 1321 NW 14th St.
scheduled Friday at 3 p.m. Pres-
r'ent s. K. Bronstein and board
pali-man Harry L. Lewis have In-
V'tecl members of the board to
participate in the ceremony.
The structure will provide hotis-
"'-' for hospital iiersonncl and
Bacc for medical offices as well
M additional parking area, and is
f"1" Oi three Cedars buildings now
"aer construction in the Civic
tenter, .\ similar ceremony is
fanned for the South Building on
Dec. 8.
social assistance, giving them new
direction and purpose In society,
The program itself is broad in
-cope, encompassing not only modi,
cal help but also educating the
dderly of South BoaCtl lo help
themselves. Every day. Mount Si-
nai's nurses give rla-.-es on health-
related subje ts -ii -h as proper nu-
trition benefits of mi dicare, symp-
toms of dieases su h as glaucoma
arthritis and cataracts, and a
physical fitness program.
The project is the first ol its
kind in the area to provide medi-
cal, ed icational, social and per-
sonal assistance under one roof
one oi ih Center's major si >i
points. The Cent- r ? also a
In the "homebound" proji 't,
u ici 11 in which the entire stafl
will go from d or-t | .,. _.
Ing for i-oiat ,!. bed-rid len
; at lents.
"I'.i cause ol Mo ml Sinai's an-
-I'. assi lance 1 i rovidii
health services, main- ol our se-
nior citizens aren't threatened with
becoming prt mature candidati -
for nursing homes or mental insti-
tutions," says Mis. Scheinberg.
"We are confident the combination
of health care service-, supervised
group activities, self help and \o-
cational projects offered here i ,
help these el lei l\ citizens to lead
more \ iable and active lives."
Jacob Schachter's Yiddish Hour,
South Florida's pioneer Jewish '
radio program, has moved to a
new and more powerful station. .
The program maj now be heard
from 1 to 2 p.m. every Sunday
over WRIZ, 1550 on the AM dial.!
Ihe Miami station has a 10.000
kilowatt signal
Mr. Schaehter, a member of the :
heard of the Israel llisladrut j
Council of South Florida who is i
active in numerous Jewish and'
Israeli causes, has been broad- \
casting news and music over
Florida stations for more than 20!
VI a is.
John H. O'Ncil, Jr., chairman of
the Dec. 9 Cedat s ol L 'banon Hos-
pital llih Anniversary Ball, this
week announced the app >intmen1
oi his "Committee For The Cele-
bration."
The group rcspons'ble for th<
gala event will be headed by hos-
pital president S. K. Bronstein and
Harry L. Lewis, board chairman
Assisting Mr. O'Ncil with ar-
rangements for the black tie tin-
ner dance w i'1 be Da\ d Stuzi
Joseph
entha'..
Luby,
A. Gai
St-jnli
W. Sloa
rield, I
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n McCi
lliotl Blum-
ilaser, S i i
ea, Jo*
S. K. Bronstein
Harry te is
Mount Sinai Medical Center nurse Mary Foehienbach
(standing left) points out the importance of proper nutrition
while Berlha Steinberg R.N. (standing right; assists. This is
one of many lecture periods given daily at the South Baach
Activities Center.
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Greene. Sidne;
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M. Ho t Rissel
nai I -I Shu n ite G ;.
Smathcrs, I i Ti icr. Jos
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The so 'ial inn cli naxi > "C -
1 dais' Ar.".i el ?arj
luded "toppin -: 11
ir Ihe ; ivo
j vxi'l p r.vide 500 additional
patient In ds and housin 5 fo
nital po'vonnel.
Our African Safari*
Wildlife by day.
On the one hand", there's dancing at the luxurious
Addis Ababa Hilton, nightclubbing in Nairobi, water-
skiing on Lake Naivasha, bargain-hunting in an African
bazaar, and all the golfing, fishing, and sailing you can
stand.
On the other hand, there are'tne girattes, lions, gazcne9
and zebras in Nairobi National Park, the two million pink
flamingos on the lakes of the Great Rift Valley, and, if
you wish, visits to the spectacular Screngeti Plains and
world-famous Treetops Hotel.
On the third hand, there are optional excursions in
Ethiopia to Goadar ami Lalibella, sightseeing touts in
Wildlife by night.
Addis Ababa, and die beautiful flowering shrubs and star-
tlingly modern buildings of Nairobi. Kenya's capital City.
On the fourth hand, you wind up with three days in
Jerusalem, which is also preity interesting. An afternoon
walking tour will take you through the Old City, where
you'll see the Wailing Wall, the Temple Area, the Dome
of the Rock, the Via Dolorosa and some other reminders
that you're visiting the cradle of Western Civilization.
There is no fifth hand. The whole trip costs $895.*
Our Explorer Safari leaves every__other Wednesday,
Starring October 4.
Call EL AL or your travel agent and start packing.
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Robert Russell
To Be Honored
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Rabbi Kos^owskv
To Be Honored
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Federation, who will re-
ceJve AJCs Human Relations
Award in recognition oi "h:s
...-aordinary n and
achievements in behalf I his com-
m .nity and the welfare of his fel-
I a human befnns." Mr. Russell
will be cited for his vision of the
f.ture, where man's freedom and
security are assured'' and for his
efforts "to elL-ninate those condi-
t-ons that u-ron? the dignity of
-.ny individual." He will be pre-
sented with a lithograph specially
created for the American Jewish
' remittee by the artist Chaim
Groat.
Mr R'. president and
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at Je-=.->~ "ill be tt
of a p---jt. r. at the clos-
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-.. -ach-de Rabbi Man H.
naJ direc-
tor of Imerrefigious Affairs ?r-
fcaaoi EMc Meyci DepartanaM ;
Re-hgioR. Duke Vr^.-rs.ty sn:
Rabbi Ste-.-er. Anr, associate
lor of the Hiliel Foundation.
i vtcen [Tab entity.
The National Exec.i*iv- Council.
pal e Rase: Dr Za.-.-_-. H->-*-*-'
-trmr aaMfeaal "jr&der of Tocrr
of Greater Mia.T.
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Rener. at..-.; -.;. ":- -ai^ :;
aaj the baa-pat office
Eoriy ReservetiMK A Mst
Shaae the Dumber of tac^-s at
.pie Sou's New Years party
-- 8 -- --..;. reser.-ations'
are a must, it has been announced.
Tr.- -.-; nfll begla ttSpuae aad
;ie eating trancing ar#i sing-
.ng; rcaervatfeaa nay be ':
CJF Holds 41st
General Assembly
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Canadian Jewr> ir aidinc I*-
rat c^itinaiae deY- aad
virit> and tae n*d to broad-
t ikI to soviet 4m-n wm^
m^jor ConcU thene-*-. Tk- dete-
gate werr told tbey DM fixht
acainst tb Sovsiaj) nniatn- aid
mast ct-Dtiane the coobat ta* -*;*orge ( t*rror-
and that there mu-a be
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American Jee Ittet
. rogram i -
. ami activities of the na-
- n'l oldest human relations or-
zation. The Council meets
fali in a major American city
r than New York, which is
AJCs national headquarters and
scene of its annual meeting every
s;nng.
Approximately 500 AJC leaders
from across the country are ex-
pected to attend the Executive
i Council meeting this year. On Fri-
day evening, the beginning of the
J*wish Sabbath, in small groups
r&ngtng from four to twelve per-
i sons, they will be the guests in
the homes of members of AJCs
Greater Miami Chapter.
Founded in 1906. the American
tratb Committee is this c. ..-
try*! pioneer human relations or-
ganization It combats bigotry.
protects the cMI and religious
chairman of the board of the r.ghts of Jew^ at t)Cme and abroad
f-^*5*'1 '' Cor^ratlon ar^i seeks improved human rela-
a.id a director of the Pan Amer- tions {tjT a]] ^^ ^^rvvhm_
Dr. Samuel Jaffe To Serve
iran Bank of H.a.eah. Among his
many philanthropic and educa-
tional activities are service as a
i^hanr.n On Broward College Faculty
Dr. Jaffe, spiritual leader of
Hospital, the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds,
and the American Jewish Joint
Distribution Committee. He is a
member of the Board of Governors
of the Jewish Agency for Israel
and of Tel Aviv University, and
also serves as a member of the
Executive Committee of the na-
tional United Jewish Appeal, a
member of the Council of adviaors
of the University of Miami, a
trustee of Mt. Sinai Hospital, and
vice president and director of
Temple Israel of rGeater Miami.
Mr. Gold, executive vice pres-
ident of AJC will key-note the
meeting at its opening Luncheon.
Friday. Dec. 1. A clinical psy-
chologist with extensive exper-
ience in community and inter-
group relations, Mr. Gold recently
was elected president of the Inter-
national Conference of Jewish
Communal Service.
Among the subjects the Execu-
Temple Beth El. has been invited
by the Broward Community Col-
lege to instruct a three-credit
course in Jewish History' and Cul-
ture." at the Hollywood Center
behind the Memorial Hospital on
Johnson Street.
The course will be held Tuesday
evenings from 7 to 10 pjn.. start-
ing January 9, and is open to the
public for credit or audit. Regis-
tration is required at the Broward
Community -College Central Camp-
us in Davie.
First Concert Of Series
Alain Lombard. Music Director
of the Miami Philharmonic, will
present "The Introduction Series"
in the Maurice Gusman Philhar-
monic Halt, 174 E. Flagkr St..
The first concert is scheduled Sun-
day, featuring pianist Christoph |
Eschenbach.
Big Sur. You've hod a sunset rn
\bu deserve Seagrams VO. The First Canadian.
First in smoothness. First in lightness.
First in soles throughout the world.
' All the others come after.
Seagrams \KX The First Canadian.
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Friday. November 17. 1972
*Jcwist fhridian
Paae 3-A
Physicians' Committee To
Support Medical Students
At a meeting hosted by Dr.
aid Shane, chairman of the
hyslrians Committee of the Fior-
ina Region of the Hebrew Univer-
jjty, r< "illy. Dr. Natan GoldbJum,
tiltmore Hotel On
(ational Register
If Historic Places
The i Miami-Biltnrore Hotel,
ed the epitome of ar^hi-
brtural accomplishment and a
, ark in the City of Cora!
. ble*. has been added to the
^ Register of Historical
according to Secretary of
Bia;e Richard (Dick) Stone, by
a .v. the stale's chief history and
- official.
The research for all historic
Ites nominated for inclusion on
|t, National Register of Historic
Baci is done by the Division of
rchives. History and Records
|anag< ment under Secretary
lone
Thi> i-- indeed good news. This
yet another major step in the
Lntinuing efforts to preserve and
[cte.M -ite> of historic importance
Florida," Secretary Stone *aH.
[ lintel, which was used as
Veti rans Administration Hos-
an imposing Spanish-style
I c built in '.925. Erected at
of S10 million, it was an
vemerit of Coral Gables de-
leorge E. Merrick.
| chairman of the Department of Vi-
rology in the Medical Schojl of
I the Hebrew University of Jeru-
| salcm, declared that the greatest
j need at this time is for financial
j assistance to the men who have
served in the armed forces and
who now wish to pursue medical
carters."
Dr. Go!db".um. who was on a
tour of the United States on be-
half of the Hebrew University o.'
Jerusalem, pointed out that many
of thrsi men come from immigrant
families irorr. Africa, Russia and
Arab countries which ba.e a very
low income and depend upon the
young men to be the b-ead winners
ol the family. Therefore it is es- i
sent;al that fuil maintenance be
provided lor them, including eco- |
nomic support for thp family, bo '
that these men who have served |
Among those attending Ihe recent meating
cf the Florida Region cf the Hebrew Uni-
versity Physicians' Committee hosted by
Dr. Ronald Shane were (from left) Dr. Rob-
ert Rosen, Dr. Shane, Dr. Jorge Presser,
Natan Gcldblum, Dr. Benjamin Amikan, Dr.
Joseph Harris, Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Dr.
David Katzin and A. Harold Murray.
Federation Honor in g Rosichan
Israel, can enter the nvdicai pro-
fession.
The Physicians Cor1' nittee has
set a 1972 goa] of $103.0:0 for
scholarshins for medical stjdents
at the Hebrew University. A com-
mittee has teen organized on a,
geographital basis in Dade County |
I covering the various hospitals ir> j
I order to achieve this purpose.
"It is mo-' important that we j
I start now and complete this un-
dertaking by the end of this year."
! said Dr. Shane. "We want to meet
this challenge' and help others like
ourselves to become part of our
t;reat medical professii
Continued from Pace 1-A
board members for the coming
pear and presentation of th.
Presidents* Leadership Award
for 1972.
The current officers and board
oi directors of Federation com-
prise the 34th annual meeting
committee. They include Robert
Russell, president; Milton Weiss,
immediate past president; L.
Jules Arkin. Waiter S. Falk,
David B. Fleeman. Morion Sil-
berman and Harry B. Smith.
vice presidents; Mrs. Sol Gold-
stein, secretary; Howard J.
Trinz, associate secretary; Sam-
uel I. Adler, treasurer and Harry
A. Levy, associate treasurer.
Serving on the Board of Di-
rectors are Sam Blank. Shepard
Bioad, David P. Catsman. Dr.
Sol Center, Judge Irving Cyr>en.
Leo Eisenstein, Dr. George Fel-
denkreis, A. J. Han-is. Sam J.
Heiman. Howard Kane. Aaron
M. Kanner, Joseph H. Kanter,
Leon Kaplan, Norma C. Kipnis,
Dr. Leon Kronish, Sidney Lef-
court, Mrs. Burton R. Levey,
Richard D. Levy, Dr. Max A.
Lipschitz, Joseph M. Lipton,
Stephen Muss, Stanley C. Myers1,
Max Orovitz, Jack S. Popick,
Dan B. Ruskin, Mendcll M. Se-
lig. Fred K. Shochet. William D.
Singer, Harold Thurman, Eli
Timonor Robert H. Traurig,
Carl Weinkie, Mrs. Irving Wex-
ler and \. B. Wiener.
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TH EL On hi :om Bc-er-h-i>a toward-Haran.
to Ui and rested for the night in the
nding
dl heaven. God apoearei to
lid belong to hi- descendants
e ui lion. On awaking,
Ke had piHow and re-
God, and vowed that
to Mi father.- home he would
dm ned.
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'old him that Rachel. U
ti r her fat.' p, On
ithout waiting foi help, hi r moved the
r flock. He then announce hini-
if,|f '" p ho quicki) ran to Inform her father of his
J;: $ by Lai ing in low. with
Rachel, undertook to work for seven yea
n for her hand Laban ag eed but t.-.cked
Jacob into marrying his eldest daughter. Jacob had no choice
but to tea pi the situation and i
r seven yeai for her hand. Leah and Rachel bore Jacob
11 -on.- and one daughi
JACOB RETURNS HOME At th<> end of the 14 year,
icon wished to n turn home, hut yielded to Laban'. pressure to
un bl return for all the speckled and spotted sheep and -oats
among the flock he tended. The crafty Laban. true to his na
removed, all the marked sheep irom hb flock, sending them
away with bis -ons to a distant place, Through a clever <:
Jacob defeated I-aban'-; cunning, so that the unblemished teep
bore speckled and spotted lambs which he couki claim as hkl own.
Another -iv yean passed by and Jacob prospered, but no-
licin? the jealousy of Laban's sons an1 th.- changed attitude of
Laban. he took his wives, children and cattle whilst Laban was
away shearing hi- sheep, and be^an his journey homewards.
Thm.' fassj l.,t. r I-aban wa- told of Jacob's departure and pur-
sued him. overtaking him in the mountain of Gilead. Laban's
anger way increased by the loss of his "house gods which
Rachel had secretly taken away with her a ithout Jacob's knowl-
edge. I-aban had been forewarned by God not to harm Jacob and.
on meeting his son-in-law, upbraided him for leaving so seeretl)
i\.d accised him of theft. This Jacob Strongly denied, and re-
minded Laban how hard he had toiled 'or him during the ->;ist
M years. The theft could not be discovered a- Rachel had in-
geniously hidden ih-- "house gods." Eventually Laban's anger
subsided, both concluded a cownant of pesec and Jacob and his
family continued their journej.
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B RABRI IR SASfCEL 4. POT
Wh> i it that after tb- nuio
h.jd\ at arawr i% oiiipk ;- I i i.e..
the Munnnrk fiarch the >-i^h-
tre* li-c lid,.*, one- lf.^r
hi- b-ad. plar-iiu; it on hrs am
aod r :t-" additional psapeSS"
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Why i- it th:tt th.- twentteth
i'ilni i inrltlili I anio'ie-t th--
prayen reetted aftei th- main
hash, oi prayer h:t>< Im- -n stn-
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Some claim that this so be-j
firsi
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Tob>. And thus i1
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vance in th" section that |
follows it which begins with
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the Messiani
aim that this Psalr
iti either David o*- 'he Divine Pres-I
ence. both of '.vhom are di-t:
with the I : man and th>-.
constant th.'eat to his
Si no- tin- i- the cause of hb
security, this Psaim is offered to
offer him as-wrance that mar a
emerge viel n the end with
th'- aid of the Almighty. Thu- his
embarrassing list] i< only
te-nnomev
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MIAMI
A M V T SHAt-OM COSGPEGA-
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Chanukah Proqram Featured
The Florida Chapter Women's
League for bsasS, wsw to hold a
regular meting Thursday at 12:"^)
p.m. in the auditorium of Forte
Towers North. IL'OO West Ave.,
Miami Beach, featuring a Chan-
ukah jirosrram. "Sisnificanre ol th*
Macahei > bv S^ra Helfand and
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NE 121st St Ce-i--vatve Ra^-
Joseph QorfinksL Cantor Ben Z'cn
Ktrschenbauoi. 35
MIAMI SfACN
AGLOATH ISaA_. 7S01 Car.'y.. Ave
Orthodox. Race S"io:n M. Ever.
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BETH ISRAEL. 770 *Ct- St. Orthodox
Ratbi Vordecai Shap.ro. 18

BETH JACOB. 301 Washngton Ave.
Orthodox. Ratoi Sh"iaryahu T. Bsnr.
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamch.es 19
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BETH RAPHAEL iTemp'e). 1545 Jef.
fe-on Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cartor Saul Breeh. 20
BETH SHOLOM (Templel. 41A4 Chase
Ave Ltoeral. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser. 21
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BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
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BETH VOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA.
TION 843 Mend.an Ave. 22-A
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CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Roaencwaig. 23
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GREGATION. 715 Washington Ave..
Rabbi Meir Masl.ah Melamed. 23-A
EMANU-EL . 1701 Washing.
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. 24
p m !>r Lehrman will of-
I \> lati ai'-i speaker, Dr.
'..rl Herman Voa*. mlnlter, auihnr'
tun i rn speak on: "Wby A
Henn h l*nlv< nrttj In IsraelT' Sat-
urday : 111 I>r l..-hrmnn will lllacUM
ih.- u.-.kly portion ..f ih. Bible.
HEBREW ACADEMY 2400 Pine Tree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross. 2j
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Academy). 7th St. and Meridian
Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Ben.
HUM. 25.A
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave. '
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Aorai-s Cantor .--:-f Kieffle|
POMPIHO BIACH
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Rabbi Ha'ry E. Schwani. CJ"I
Jacob Danzioer. I
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Malavsfcy. Cantor Irving
SINAI (Tempie). UHMffiM
Conservative. Ratri Oavifl *,|
Cantor Yehuda Hellortsni
TEMPLE BETH AHM. ConJ|
310 SW. 62nd Avenue- M"
Rabbi Salomon Benerrocn.

TEMPLE SOLEL 'V'lVnd
Thomas Street, Holly-o*"-
Robert Fraxm.
MiAMAK ,
ISRAEL (Temple). 6920 SW< *
Conservative. Rabb, Avrom J
Cantor Abraham Koste''.
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tiiday, November 17. 1972
+JmM fkridiriin
Paaell-A
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Max Lemer
Sees It
NEW YORK, NY. Peace hath its ordeals no less turbulent
ivar. The current hassles over the final signing of a Vietnam
se-fii ne proof that we can speak oi the wars of peace as
,.. of the wars <>l "ar. Consider what these wars look like
ki (his moment.
Tin re was the hassle aluint Signing on Halloween. Hanoi's
butte ^" e;iii> explainable, iliat, the desire to put pretaure
mi Prraldent Thieu, ami eat short the buildup of public opinion
in smith Vietnam which he's now preparing. Second, the >ire lii have the i ease-fire completed before, not after. Ainer-
ieu' Election Day, When President Nivon fee!* somewhat more
vulnerable than he will feel later. Third, the desire to keep
-line enelarified aspects of the agreement relatively Vague.
Even writer on iiegotlatSona with Conmulsts hears wltnesn
lu their eapaplty for exploiting disputes over verbal meanings,
:ii Nixon fended off this move, Henry Kissinger :iealt
Iroitrj In hi- press conference and Hanoi took the
f| !i sii ifle.
There is Hie land-grab hassle. This means heavy lighting on
lioth -i.les to grab or hold hamlets in South Vietnam, since thi
i,.! -tire-in-lilace means that the power pesitimis will he
frozen :il the moment ol signing.
More is at stake here than simply a few more or less villages
; mnorat'ily, until the supervised elections. What is at
',^ i- the chance t.> propagandize the people in those villages
nation for the elections.
ft -:\ fc
tiii: comau NisTs, ovkij THE YK.Mt-s. have mastered
: technics and tactics of such propagandizing. Every village
\> gain means another area in which they can use this mas-
en You would think that President Thiou would know this.
. ivould therefore sign the cease-fire sooner rather than latci
-. inn Thieu doesn't have as Rood propaganda cadres as the
. ,i:-..iiuiiists'. and he needs time to build them and thus he ready
I.: Hi,' beginnings of the election effort. He loses territory 10
., Mine.
This leads into the Interim caretaker hassle. There is a
plan lor a tripartite National <'ouir-el of National Conciliation
and Concord a month lilling name which could either turn
..in in i.e n coalition government or an electoral commission.
Hi.....i lNilts it ti. > the flr-t. Tl-leu Wants it to be the serond.
l'.is is where the biggest Infighting will come, ami this is what
Ihieu's current soeccl.es bristle with. If It doesn't get settle I
.. -hooting rould break out again, ami the election results
aid rollow the results of the guns.
Is a foot-drafcircr and obstacl -imposer, but lie is not
i at. Me i- also a shrewd politician, lor whom his Amer-
m -tili. have mad.' a surprisingly acceptable peace. Bui he has
i .1 thai peace to his own military and leadership grouns. and
ople. He must appear to them his own man. neither vi.'-
i at Hanoi nor puppet ol Washington. He must give some svi-
1 ol concessions from both. Hence what would otherwise
I \u he only his obstructionist antics.
There may wcil turn out to be two de facto governments
kl rating in South Vietnam in the interval from the cease-fire
| e elections. The ha-slc will he an interim propaganda strug-
etween them.
There is the election Itself. This is where all the road-
lead to and from. AH through the war the question of who
"ill rule South Vietnam has heen the dominant one. That is
What the killings and dyings were for. This is win Nixon and
hU-inger insisted that a military settlement had to precede
;. i.olitieal one. M thai the non-Communists would have a
inditing chance at power in Saigon.
ft ft ft
HAVE THEY? A FIGHTING CHANCE, yes. If you talk of
| liabilities, it is still too early. The election is the core, and
v election is anything but determined. Despite the burgeoning
' -Americanism Hi South Vietnam, what the American people
I ik ind feel is bound to be reflected in the minds ol' the South
letnamese. ll American opinion crosses 1'resident Thieu off as
hei or worse, he will have the election stacked against him.
On the face of it. Thicu's chances are passable. He conimls
\- than two-thirds of the territory, but this includes almost 96^
I e people. They are war-weary, and Thieu has been rough
Bth Iheir village councils and high-handed in Saigon. Hut they
rv mostly against the kind of domination from the center that
m nunism involves. They may prefer to stick with dangers they
n,.v rather than rice to greater dangers they know not of .on
Utherhand. their war-weariness may make them succumb to
i-t indoctrination, as has happened with other war-
? > ii i] ulations.
This much is clear: That even belore t'x cease-fire has I een
\ lie struggle for votew has already started. No sooner
!l the American elections b. over than the South Vietnam
L> In. Better elections than death.
Day School Plans Thanksgiving Celebration
ml ,.i.,.... .,r Ti,n i.tiii,.! i pAlehmtian of Th
eAL
\
classes of The Hi I lei
| Day School will par-
in an outdoor Thanks-
program, Wednesday at 2
I" the school grounds, 21288
7o Blvd.
t'lers of the secular classes
Nd their students in the
Thanksgiving
through song, playlets and reci-
tal ions, including Yvette Pri/ant.
nursery and seventh and eighth
giade; Ann Newman, first grade;
Marcia Zedeck, second grade, and
Susan Kutchin, third grade. Each
class will present its interpreta-
tion of the Thanksgiving holiday.
op
Continued From Page 4-A J
the first party secretary as the
leading advocate of using North
Vietnam's manpower and re-
sources with an unsparing hand
in order to aid the Viet Cong in
the south.
With equal consistency, the
evidence has shown Truong
Chinh on the oppo ite sile of
the argument, in favor of put
ting the home front fitst, in fact.
IN ADDITION. Le Dnan is
one of the two Hanoi Po'itburo
members who comes from South
Vietnam, whereas Truong Chinh
is a northerner, and is Chinese
Communist-trained, to boot. His
name, a pseudonym, even means
"Long March."
If Truong Chinh is up and Le
Duan is down (or even out i. it
cei tainly doc nut mi an that
the angels of light have trium-
phed over the powers of dark-
ness. Yet if this i~ really the
v aj of it. the fact has Immens \
meaning, nonetheless,
SUPPOSE a great political
tit hi aval has in fact preceicd
What looks like a great Chi......
of policy, to he in with. It is
then much, much safer to a -
sume that the policy change is
real.
This has direct hearing on the
most vital Question rais d by
Dr. Henry A. Kissinger's nego-
tiations.
THAT question, of course, is
whether the North Vietnamese
mean to cheat again this time,
as they cheated so flagrantly
and promptly after their La
agreement with Gov. Averell
Harriman in 1962.
Truong Chinh being up and
i.e Duan down further fiis neat-
lv with the course of the Kis-
singer negotiations, since the
North Vietnamese began to get
down to business in laic Sep-
tember. On the one hand. Le
I m m bears the heir i -si resp in-
ability for the saci Ifiae in wn
of at I' as! a million of Noi th
Vietnam's young men the
equivalent of 11 million Amer-
i his. Yet it Hanoi does not
cheat, this dire sacrifice will he
in vain.
ON THE other hand, as above
noted, Truong Chinh has al-
ways heen an advocate of pri-
ority for the home front.
And as soon as they got down
to business in the talks, the
theme of American aid to help
reconstruct the home front be-
came very important indeed.
THERE IS another potential
meaning, loo. in the appearance
of a political upheaval in Hanoi.
If the appearance is not mis-
leading, in fact, it is clinching
evidence that we could not pos-
sibly have got a deal of the sort
the Nixon administration has
now got, either four years ago
or even four months ago.
But the claim that we could
have got such a deal much
earlier is also shown to lie self-
serving hogwash by a mountain
of other evidence. And while
the probability is clear that
Truong Chinh is up and Ix1 Duan
is down, we must -iill wail for
certainty.
rCaboinical U evision
v.
roqrant*
Nov. Ill
Nov. l!l
Nov. 19,
Ch. 10. 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
Hot Rabbi Maxwell Bereer, Temple Zamora
Guest Cantor P. Hlllel Brummcr
Ch. 4. 8:30 a.m. The First Estate
Host: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Topic: YWCA and Community
Guest: Miss Gladys Panton
(Repeated on Ch. 2 at 6:30 p.m.l
Ch. 7. 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
Host: Rahlii Milton Schlinsky. Temple Adath Yesh-
;run
Topic: "Thanksgiving in Jewish Law and Lore"
Guests: Rabbi Morton Malavsky, Temple Beth Sha-
lom. Hollywood, and Rabbi Dov Bidnick, princi-
pal ol Hillel Community Day School.
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Friday. November 17
.11
Asher Golan Begins
His Sunday Morning
Breakfast Lectures
Asher Golan. Temple Beth Sho-
lorr.'s annual Isracli-:n-Residence.
will begin his Sunday morning le^-
turvs this weekend, according to
announcement made by James
S Knopke. chairman of the "Cof-
fee, Culture ariii Conversation'
" nmittee which sponsors the I>-
..t-li-in-Residence program.
Mr Golan is a kibbutznik he
an bom in Kibbutz Ein-Herod in'
1908. Both his parents were in:
scant teachers from Russia. He'
attended primary and secondary
achook in the kibbutz until 1948.
when the War of Independen.-e
-tarted. and served in "Haga:
\vA "Hapaknach" as platoon c
nvander and captain
In 1953 Mr Golar. participated
n several border defense battles.
: was promoted to the rank of
Major.
After a stint in the Sinai Cam-
pi as operations officer in a
achutist brigade he spent three
. .rs at the University of Jeru-
salem, participating in a spec.a".
three-year program on Ubbuta.
organization.
Mr Golan aiso served the b
eminent ir. African countries
- the head of an Israeli aid d
_.>.:ion.
rhe general public is invited to
attend the breakfast lectun -
< held in Temple Beth Shotom. I
1144 Chase Ave., Miami Beach
rhere is a "small ad.-nissior. fee.
Father-Child Event
At Temple Beth Am
The Brotherhood of Temple
Beth Am is sponsoring Its annual
Father-Child dinner Wednesday
ler the chairmanship of Alvin
-e The 6:30 p.m. event, which
ii! take place in the temple's
social hall, will include entertain-
t. prizes and surprises for all
the children. '
An engraved trophy will be
.rded to the father whose dl
- lling "My father is the great -
: ither in the world because ."
in the judgement of the temple
iers. The quality of the answer
I not grammar or spelling will
be the deciding factor in selecting
the winner: the child submitting
the winning entry" will receive a
S25 Savings Bond.
Because some fathers are not
a liiable. children may be brought
> their mothers this year, it has
jeen announced. Reservations are
.-equired. and will be limited to
.WO. They may be made by calling
rhe temple office.
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c Who was the author of "Rome and Jerusalem? '
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Paqe 13-A
This Week In History...
) yean. Ago This Week: 1932
[.. ,..:-.,!..- excesses shut Bres-
fa'nd Debrecsin < Budapest) Uni-
Uties
L..a\ I.ubavitcher Yeshiva.
[at funds, closed.
the Polish anti-Jewish boycott
Lulled a serious practical
L when "customers were pre-
lied from entering Jewish stores
I' ,. iwl and Jewish passersby
L,. attacked.''
BERLIN The fall of Chan-
[ on l'apen, who to-
. ntlre Cabinet sub-
[.P,j hi. si [nation (Nov. 19),
.iderable anxiety in
i
< iol Ismid quit after
iif as president of the
es of British Jews.
r.KI.IN President Paul von
definitely declined
191 to entrust the Chan-
, : the Reich to Adolf
fire razed the Botoshani, Hun-
. Jewish quarter.
Yiddish Art Theatre. Maurice
nartz. Director "Yoshe
English Synopsis Sup-
JTA ad.
BERLIN President Paul von
Hpnburg offered (Hitler
[opportunity (Nov. 21) to be-
the Chancellor of Germany
ditional on) 'a positive work-
najority in the Reichstag and
lified program.'"
pthdrawal of government sub-
closed Latvia's only Jewish
pultural school in Riga.
Years Ago This Week: 1962
he very unity and integrity
he Jewish people depends on
r Hebrew culture will have
Iron); position in American
-aid Israel Education
Jster Abba Eban in New York.
I. Nathan A. Perilman marked
fcars as rabbi of Temple Eman-
New York, the world's lar-
|synagogue.
Gen. Morris C. Troper,
man of the Joint Distribution
> European Executive
1920 and a central figure in
time rescue efforts, died in
Yoi k a day before 70.
p-t of the -10 defendants had
-h names" in a mass Kishinev
Ifor alleged economic crimes.
[President Truman was the
non-Israeli to win the War
dcp( ndence Standard,
be! Physicist Niels Bohr, who
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Edward B. Lawson. U.S. Ambas-
sador to Israel during the Suez
crisis, died in Washington at 68.
"As the Middle East enters the
missile age. the perils of our vul-
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Abba Eban.
Rabbi Robert Gordis of the Jew-
ish Theological Seminary charged
Orthodox domination with creating
"full freedom of religion in Israel
for everyone except Jews."
Anna Langfus, ex-member of
the Polish resistance, bccani" the
fourth woman in 59 years to win
France's Prix Goncourt.
Dr. Eugen Gerstenmaier, presi-
dent of West Germany's Bunde-
stag, said neo-Fascism had
future in our country."
(From tin- files ol the J.T.A.)
Financial Federal Concert
Series Tickets Available
no
The first of a twice-a-month se-
ries of free concerts for custom* rs
of Financial Federal Savings &
Loan Association will be presented
Friday afternoon in the auditorium
of the Association's South Shore
Branch, 755 Washington Ave., Mi-
ami Beach.
Tickets for the concert, which
will be held from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m.
are now available at the South
Shore branch and at the Associa-
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Road Mall.
The Financial Federal concert
scries will feature a professional
trio consisting of cello, violin and
piano, under the direction of cel-
ii-t Harry Dick. The group will
specialize in the more popular clas-
sics, with Harry Dick supplying
sketches of the composers' lives
and brief commentaries on the se-
lections played.
The other two members of the
trio are Bernie Minzer. violinist,
and Sam Spielman. pianist. All
three of the musicians are well
D. Lee Powell, former mayor and councilman of Miami
Beach who is now an officer of the Corner Bank, receives
congratulations from Florida House Speaker-Designate Ter-
rell Sessums (left) and Sen. Mallory Home, who has been
designated the next president of the Florida Senate. Mr.
Powell was one of nine past presidents honored by the
Florida League of Cities at that group's annual convention
held recently in Miami Beach. He received a plague rec-
ognizing his efforts on behalf of the Florida League of Cities.
known in both concert and populai
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Mr. Dick, who studied- piano and
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Carnegie Hall.
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University of Miami's music fac-
ulty, was previously associated
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York City Department of Educa-
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co npanies and is a member of
several local symphonic groups.
Mr Spielman, at one time the
accompanist for Jascha Helfetz,
has been a member of various con-
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for numerous vocalists. He has
played locally at the Sans Souci
the Fontainebleau and other equal-
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Friday. Noverr.b?: 17 :-
DATELINE ISRAEL By Robert Slater
Aviad Yafeh, Newest Member Of The Knesset

Till NEWEST
Israeli Knesset A
belies es that .- -
important to leave to the fund-
-
secretary to the
Prim- Minister, Levl Es
bears the informal and often
- adsng title in government
circl.-s of tho country's chief
fund-raiser. "The government
can't always leave it to the con-
tributor or the president of an
e he
want- Ui
ires.
''" Reu-
\en died la>t A ..
-.. -aho heaied the list of
Alignment candidates, it
into the vacant Knesset seat.
One year before that. April, 1971.
he v*a- appointed chief fund-
raiser for the Israeli govern-
'
As h.- finds his nay through
Km net work.
- that le_
live and fund-rai- r.-i-
- can complement each
other quite ni
"Because of my fund-raising
work." not.-d Yafeh. "I have a
it deal of access to the needs
and the deeds of IsiaeL" Citing
one example, he recalled a Knos-
- t i. ate on housing during
which a bousing shortase in one
of the country was promi-
nentlv ;tientioned.
: round a contributor who
wanted only for
and for the po 4 the
poor. I got tin Jest Ish A. -
cy ar" l th government to huild
- They ware ;lad to do it.
because w.th the man's lontri-
l it was aslble and
cheap.''
Yafeh, who receives no pay
(or hi- funeVradsing activities,
admits that i>eople from whom
he solicits funds often take him
for Unit
"
' "
Aith fund,
earn-.;
- Israel. The
ecu
health and -o~ia;
cesVe peioritj treatm ni
i -- rt ,'-
to rase POO million V
1'ut in charge of th
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT L SEGAL
Giving Ear To Friends Of Arabs
A FEW DAYS AFTER Israel's Olympic athletes
a a i n at Munich rive study and action
New England area wore listed in the
laity ; rests as having signed i statement calling foi
a halt to the vicious cycle of terrorism and count-r-
- which marks the Arab-Israeli conflict.
The signal listed as 'he Association
: Arab-American University Graduates < New Eng-
land Chapter1, the American Arabic Association.
Christiana Committ<-d to Justice and Reconciliation
in Palestine, the Department of Near East and
Aral Refugee A lira 'Antiochian Orthodox Chris-
tian Church of North America'. a:id Search For
and Equality In Palestine.
Shortly after the statement appeared, two of
the bodies. Christians Committed To Justice and Re-
Capital Spotlight: By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
Games Newspapers Play
i
UlWISH 18 NEWS." or.e editor explained with
deliberately had syntax. What with the Mid-
dle Last, the Soviet edu:ation tax and other emi-
gration factors, Arab t- ror sts, and presidential
electioneering, the new* gushes constantly. Then-
fore the seneral media although never reluctant
to attract attention for its own purposes, hardly
can be blamed for highlighting matters which con-
cern Jews a ith an admixture of the "Other Sid
befits American iou: na'i-tic tradition.
Yet growing e\idence shows that imbalance,
factual error, hostility and even viciousness cannot
l>e shrugged off with a comment like. "H is it
bei ". different?"
Major American Jewish organizations have
cautioned In concert, a.- man) had done individually,
that Israel does not belong in the pre- di ntial
ligB. r- platforms of both patties have ;>ro-
claimed then- sunn irt for it and the major atid.-
dates have endorsed th< ; iwth of them
highly favorable to Israel.
Where the t most derelict is ht '-
: -- limitation of information that wo i
mm t i obvkM -) ess -ntial to a dear in
standii riven sit Bti -i- of im;>ortancc to Jew-
ish c v nuiJti -
Particularly flagrant, too, is the contin
. most important publications I i
point out the brittleneas of the Soviet claim that
hication tax I migrants is comparable to
loam Liven some students in western countries,
specifically Fran *?, Swed m and the United States.
Seeking to justify its demands on would-be emi-
-. th-- Soviet government has been able to
! its :>: najor news service.
All this leads t i a conclusion that the Amer-
ii Jewish communit) ne Is desperately to b
The general news
sent the news and
-h communit) -ential for
ition.
Israel Newsletter
By Carl Alperl
Who Will Succeed Golda?
Election fe\ er I-; rampant in Israel, but it
ha- nothing to do with the Nixon-McGovi rn
eot'test in the Uniti I States Israel's ek:tk>ns i
B-hu to in November 1 T
but the race is already on. Indeed.
ec ir .:- are i tinning dgh that
win
ken to a Kan e the poll I
the con
t are li
g Goida Meir to return as
Minister. The position Is
s for t>> asking but "here
- little doubt that -
draw. In i- > withdrawn from
ic life in 19*59, hut was i
d with the death of Levi Eshkol N at ;
Shi w ill he 75.
Every publi Israel show -
Dayan i- a ci. iU .: the
.:r p| IBM
states I by I in the

:
^ her ow i
S As
I mind that tlcal cam pa.
r.ade by Daynn, every
-
AHon ;-
attest And
has I
. hr :- an ii. averick.
Sh
Lalx>. ith the dangei ..- is a
figure waiting in the wings th
liter o. Finance, Pinna- Sapir. He loses n -
portUH -nier-
ship, but ol eoursi that is t for a
eandi-i His strength has been in
financial admit criti-
cized for his -'-: ent : the na-
5 finances. He is tj man. Though he
i- the try's chi tor. tl
: for him. On the otlier hanL he is
one of th.- ign illey His view- on
return of i on conr
the A al u fai i ith ih<- isa -
Tl' k h ir-e indi-
b He U ertainly unknown abroad
three j a:- ha has >
than any-
:"
-
tant t
ty split
- its
.-
-
t the head
it
and
- -
Tha

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Hist
-
It
conciliation in Palestine i..... S ..
And Equality In Palestine
withdrawn from i i ntificatt
there is reason to hri: .
without their permission.
The frame of 1
-. -he Black -
Munich with t!-. attem; t '>_ :- i
to root out thse same maraud-1> n -
and Syria The frame of refer.
ont suing warfare was -;.. n :u-al -/I
to a ow three mflHon P stin'a I
and Moslems to Ihre as firs' class in th*r|
honv ven to me :- -; i .^a."
Th1- obliged a true seek- r a::- r
hy Is > quietly. I
Iraq Syria i
Saudi Arabia Jewish reft I
m > as Arab) wh i their Pall
tinian hab'tats when fl\ Vrab states I
Maj li>. 1P1S. the day after the I
state of Israel, a few Bntii|
!li_!i I'oiirrand left Pa -
And that same true i w-ouldl
have to wonder also why \ sed srroisij
partia' i A ,; ations A -'- ha\
t been al A I
Hshment to stop their mis u M
left P M8 and th H
child in the re! : e ." -
sent-: in 29fl
puijh thej a re born i I it I
Between You and Me By BORIS SM0W|
Controversial Issue
TfHE t) E>TK>\ WHETHER
- .
^ous all-day schools
s suddenly become a r i^sue n
he pi ndential < lions camps
Nixon and S ge
.ni\-.'! in this iss n wh'.h it -'
iron in th

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.... qj
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lion : i\ dit -
support us a d it)
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liday. November 17, 1972
fJewisti mhrSciiann
Paqe IS-A
pie! Sending Yad Vashem Holocausl
xhibit To 15 American Universities
Dr. Rackman Goes On JWB Mission To The Far East
k'ASHIN'GTON, (JTAI A
[ .mi to com.iiemoiati
mniversary of Jewish
i.. io Nazism has been
ilu 13'tijii IVrith Ililiri
| Hi camwisrs.
riic> aiv being vteited bj n spo-
niobilr i \liib:tion. "The II >lo-
Resi>tance," a display of
i-.;, (l N'azi photos o: Jewish
[in the ghettos, the I rath camps,
itori i and spme of the
I ,\ish victims
vhibil was prepared bj z*ad
Ih! the Israeli Rerhembrance
i,, in Jei usalem, ;it the re-
: ,,; ihe American Federation
i. isli l-'irrhters, Camp Inmates I
\nzi V etims. Eli Zborowsld,
ii.ii 11 president, said the goals
he "educational initiative" in-
Bi'.i "heightening the awareness
|ilii Holocaust among Jewish
ioii-J -\\ Ish" stu lents and
hniiii n_ more extensive studies
Ihe eu"lt.
it was started with
I ill B'nai B'rilh heai-
j- lv re author Elie Wi < '
fcr.'i! tl'al young people were
v i*h a nee I to under-
! : ilocau."t. I ie snid that
college campuses he
ii i lie four the topto >'
H t to be "more \ Ital,
than e\ en the Stat >
Rochester and Pennsylvania.
i oordinator for the program is
Rabbi Samuel z, Fishman, direc-
tor i the program and resources
1 artment ol HIUcl,
Dr. Bmanuel Rackman, rabbi of
Fifth Avenue Synagogue, New
York City, and chairman of the
Commission on Jewish Chaplaincy
of the National Jewish Wei ire
Board (JWBi, is participating in
a government mission to conduct
a series ol ret reals for Jewish
chaplains and Jew throughout the Far East. Dr. Rack-
man's \i-it to military installa-
tions in ih.- Far East was un-
dertaken at the invitation of the
U.S. Depart men i oi Defense. He
will conduct Torah convocations
for Jewish military personnel and
a religious retreat for all Jewish
chaplains serving in the area. In
Hawaii he will stop for briefings
and meetings with Army. Navy
Dance For Singles 33-53
A dance for singles aged 33 to !
53 will be held at the Holiday Inn i
in downtown Coral Gables Satur-
and Air Force commanders at
their respective headquarters.
Rabbi Rackman. who -en. 1 as a
U.S. Air Force chaplain during
vVoi Id War II, is als.> professor of
Judaica at Citj University in New
York City. In World War II. he
was a military aide to the Euro-
pean Theatre Commander's Spe-
cial Advisor on Jewish A
involved in the problems of dis-
laced i"" sons. Former provost of
Ye-hiui University, Rabbi Rack-
man is a past president ol the
Rabbinical Council of America and
the New York Board of Rabbis.
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according to an announcement
made at NATO headquarters in
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J i
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We Cordially Invite You To Attend
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News Briefs
JO Kiev Jews Given Permission To Emigrate
NEW YORK (WNS) The Greater New York Council on
oviet Jewry has learned from Kiev activist Alexander Ger that 80
Bcv Jews have received permission to emigrate. Young and middle
Feed Jew are being asked to pay the education tax, Mr. Ger said,
I-hile thos on pensions or close to pension age are not. Mrs. Ger
fnd th( Ir children received permission to emigrate, but Mr. Ger was
Bused,
Synagogue, Monument May Be Razed In Minsk
NEW YORK WMS) The last remaining synagogue in Minsk
nay be razed to make room for the expansion of an adjacent hous-
Lgproject, and the monument to the World War II martyrs of the
nsk ghi 'to may be removed if the nearby Iubilena Hotel carries
|ut its contemplated expansion, according to travelers who recently
(turned from the Soviet Union.
J.S.-Israeli Accord Reached
JERUSALEM (WNS)A $32 million agreement for two
ksalinizal in plants in Israel and one in the United States was
lined hero last week. The Israel plants will be at Eilat (one million
i day) and at Ashdod (11 million i. The Eilat plant is al-
fcady under construction. In the United States, a plant with an as
\\ unspecified capacity will be built in San Diego, Calif. Construc-
on costs "ill be divided equally between the two countries, the
Ministry said.
alial Charges Schools Unprotected
JERUSALEM (WNS)This city"s schools are unprotected
inst possible terrorist attacks or sabotage, a Gahal MK has
rged. Avraham Katz demanded to know why no outside security
stanro was provided. Complaining that school principals alone
icd the burden of security, he said the Education Ministry ad-
d principals to assign women teachers and 11 year old students
carch school premises and grounds for bombs and booby-traps.
ance May Sell Tanks To Libya
PARIS (WNS) France has reportedly agreed to sell AMX-30
,vy tanks and other military equipment to Libya. Libya is also
ssinR France to speed up the delivery of 110 Mirage jets, Libyan
Drier Abdel Salam Jalloud, during his current visit here, also
rtedly asked France to supply the necessary equipment for
construction of several desalinization plants. The possibility of
nco-Libyan oil cooperation was discussed at some length,
nch ministers and President Georges Pompidou reportedly
nod Jalloud that "France would be forced to reconsider the en-
tosue" of military equipment if the Libyan-Syrian-Egypt fed-
tion materialized.
os National Product Rises
JERUSALEM (WNS)During the past year the gross na-
al product rose on the West Bank and in the Gaza Strip accont-
to figures released by the central Bureau of Statistics. On the
t Bank the average GNP per capita increased by 18-19% over
, ami in the Gaza Strip and northern Sinai the increases were
nd lu'.; respectively.
kl Program For Refugees Approved
BRL'SELS (WNS)Common Market foreign ministers have
ro\ : S4 million aid program for Palestinian refugees. The aid
sistii mainly of food, will be channeled through the United
ion- Relief Agency (UNRWA), and will be spread over a period
years. Another part of the aid will go to the most disad-
cfugees: children, young mothers and the aged.
kia Purchasing Additional Aircraft
JERUSALEM (WNS)Arkia, Israel's internal airline, will
ive a II, 1.25 million loan from the Tourism Ministry toward
of two additional aircraft.
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Section B
Glowing over success of the annual Temple
Menorah Israel Dinner of State, held at the
Deauville Hotel Sunday night are these
principals in the banquet which announced
sales of $500,000 in State of Israel Bonds.
From left are Milton Parson, director of the
Greater Miami Israel Bonds Organization;
Dr. Mayer Abramowitz, rabbi of Temple Me-
norah; Mr. and Mrs. Murray Friedman, hold-
ing the Israel Atzmaut (Independence)
Award which they received at the dinner;
chairman Isidore Wollowick,. and Fobert L
Siegel, president of the Miami Beach con-
gregation.
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Friday, November 17
1972
Jewish Floridian Will Receive
Award At AJCongress Bruncheon
More than 400 persons are ex-
pected to attend a community-
wide bruncheon which wil high-
Upht the observance of "American
Jew sh Congress Month" here
Thursday. Nov. 30. Mrs. Murray
Tepper, president of the Florida
Women's Division, has announced.
The 11:30 a.m. bruncheon will
he held at the Algiers Hotel.
Hand Beach; Mrs. Esther Smith.
National Women's Division pro-
ip-am vice president, will be the
HMest speaker.
Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan, national
vice president. American Jewish
Congress, announced that the an-
nual American Jewish Congress
Community Service Award for
0 mmunication Media will be pre-
sented to The Jewish Floridian in
recognition of its excellent cul-
tural, community and public af-
fairs program. Accepting this com-
munity service plaque for the Jew-
ish Floridian will be Fred K.
Sbochet Editor and Publisher.
Cochairman for the bruncheon
v.',.. be Mrs. Muriel Meyerson and
Fay Danzig; they will preside
during the afternoon program.
New Priorities for the 1970s"
if the theme for the November
Arr.erican Jewish Congress Month.
- observance will coincide
With a massive drive for member-
s';, declared Mrs. Tepper, Flor-
io; Women's Division president.
"We seek new members who
share our commitment to the
preservation of the democratic
way of life and to the survival of
Judaism." she added. "The health
of democracy depends on how
every citizen meets his responsi-
1 ;is to his neighbor and to
t.is nation in bringing about
Itaceful change to meet changing
conditions.
' We will continue to focus pub-
lic attention on anti-Semitism in
the Soviet Union, calling upon the
Soviet Government to restore
facilities essential to preserving
Jewish cultural and religious life
in the V.S.S.R. and to permit those
3S3s!!
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about making one whole
C-ne, all for yourself!
who wish to emigrate to do so."
I Mrs. Tepper continued. "During
| this year we prepared material to
I create a deeper understanding of
I the role of Israel as a bulwark
of democracy in the Middle East
and of the reasons behind Arab
hostility and their exploitation ot
Arab refugees for political pur-
poses.
"We joined in peaceful demon-
strations aimed at ending the war
in Vietnam and reordering our
ration's priorities." the AJ Con-
gress leader reported. "We will go
on with our work of strengthening
church-state separation and on be-
half of women's rights. We will
try to solve city problems affect-
ing intergroup relations. Whites
and blacks must live in peace, side
by side on the job and in the vari-
] ous neighborhoods.
!
"The American Jewish Congress
Beth Torah Student
Chapel Dedication
t At the late evening sen ices Fri-
day. at 8:00 p.m., Dr. Max A.'
' Lipschitz will dedicate The Rose-
mary Nacron Student Chapel, en-;
j dowed by Mr. and Mrs. Julian
Nacron.
Rosemary was a student of the '
I Harold Wo!k Religious School and
| was confirmed at Beth Torah He-'
brew School. Her parents. Syd and ;
i Julian Nacron. have endowed this j
most important chapel, located on'
; the second floor of Beth Torah
1 School Building, in her honor.
, The Rosemary Nacron Student!
I Chapel will be used for Children's ;
| Services every Sabbath morning
j and holidays, also school assem- j
5 blies, adult education program, and |
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Friday, November 17
Patrons Luncheon Kick-Off
For Scholarship Campaign
'Operation Emergency" of the
A ran Friends of the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem was to
MRS. RUTH YABIICK SCHAffllN
be launched at a gala Patrons
Luncheon Thursday at the Eden
R(; Hotel. s[>onsored by the Wom-
en's Division of the Greater Miami
Chapter. American Friends.
"From my recent visit to Israel
and my knowledge of the tremen-
dous role which Hebrew Univer-
sity is playing in the development
ol higher education in Israel," said
Mrs. Ruth Yablick Schaffzin,
chairman of the luncheon.. "I urge
all women in Miami to participate
in our emergency scholarship
campaign which helps immigrant
citizens face and overcome the in-
ternal crisis second only to the
external problems of war and
peace, security and defense."
The Patrons Luncheon is for
persons who have made a contri-
bution of $100 to the scholarship
fund, which is used primarily for
immigrants from African, Russian
and Asian countries.
Over 1.000 students and then-
parents ecently attended a con-
vocation at Hebrew University on
Mt. Scopus which graduated them
into the university as full time
students. Most had recently fin-
ished serving in the armed forces
of Israel and were being given the
opportunity to continue their edu-
cation.
Because of the importance of
this event, a special visit to Miami
is being made by Rev. Dr. Carl
Hermann Voss. lecturer, author
and world traveler who is con-
sidered an expert on international
problems and an authority on Mid-
dle Eastren issues. He has con-
ducted study tours of Israel and
the Arab lands, and will describe
his own view of this vital program.
The luncheon will include a sa-
lute to the past presidents of the
Women's Division in recognition
of a decade of service to the He-
brew University. The Mesdames
Samuel Simonhoff. Philip F. Thau,
Carrie Rosen. Sigmund Fogler,
Trudy Hamerschlag, Jacob Katz-
man and Leon Kronish will be
among the honorees.
Mrs. Kronish. president of the
Women's Division, has announced
that the musical portion of the
afternoon will be presented bv
tenor Frank Jacobs, Ruth Raffo
and members of the Miami Opera
Guild.
Participating in the arrange-
ments for the luncheon are the
Mesdames Charles Charcowsky,
Carrie Rosen. Philip F. Thau, Rose
Hochstim. Lillian Dubowy, Meyer
Resn:ck Arthur Winarick and
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Offers ('lasses,
Six Book Reviews
Temple Ner Tamid is offering
two Hebrew courses and a course
in Haftorah chanting as part of
ils Adult Kducation Institute this
year. Also included are a series of
six book reviews presented by
, P.j.bbi Eugene I.abovitz. spiritual
J .leader.
The Tuesday morning classes,
which start next week, are Ele-
mentary Hebrew, a beginners'
Hebrew course stressing the basic
skills of reading, conversation and
grammar; Conversational Hebrew,
an advanced course for those who
have a command of the language
but wish to continue their educa-
tion with emphasis on oral com-
munication; and Haftorah Chant-
ing taught by Cantor Edward
Klein an opportunity to learn
'the projier incantations in the
reciting of the weekly Haftorahs.
The Tuesday book reviews will
lie held at 11 a.m. beginning next
week when Rabbi Labovitz will
discuss "O Jerusalem" by Larry
Collins and Dominique LaPierrc;
"I'm O.K. You're O.K." by
Thomas Anthony Harris, M.D..
Dec. 5; "My Name Is Asher Lev,"
by Chaim Potok. Jan. 2; "Kban,"
by Robert St. John, Feb. 6; The
Settlers," by Meyer Levin. Feb. 20.
and "A Nation of Strangers," by-
Vance Packard, March 6.
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Examining the first tickets for the Greater Miami Kebrwl
Academy's 25th annual scholarship dinner are, left to riqkl
Irving Firtel, Rabbi Alexander S. Gross cr.d Joseph J
Kanter. Mr. Firtel is president of the Hebrew Aciden
the rabbi is the principal, and Mr. Kanter is genera, cha
man of the S125-a-couple banquet Jan. 7 ct the Deauvil
Hotel which will honor Rabbi and Mrs. Gross. Initial con
mittee meeting was held at the Gross' home in Miami Bead!
with another session slated Sunday mormr.g al the Acad
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+Jewist rhrkUan
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Irving Cowans Selected
\Emanu-El Israel Honorees
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jr. an I Mrs. Irving Cowan wil! for an Israeli child a tittle older
yesu of honor.ajk.yifcjnnua: |Jiaa>,Ujeir own daughterS-_*
i nanu-El Dinner of State I Mr. Cowan, president of the
3 at the Diplomat Hotel. I
jjBOUnefment of their selection
as mail- Wednesday by Dr. Sher-
an Kaplan, chairman of the
tale Emanu-El Israel Bonds
bmmiii-". and Judge Herbert S.
Lpi. president of the Miami
Each : nagogue,
llrvinc and Marjorie Cowan will
Iccive '- State of Israel Atz-
aut (Independence) Award at
banquet in recognition of their
(stinguished service in behalf of
com sati hi. c immunity and
lael. Dr. Kaplan said.
I Both at the honorees' fathers
Ive served as presidents of
^ni|i!-' Emanu-El, with Samuel
Fi ii i an 1, Margie's father,
intinuing as chairman of the
Lid ". the congregation and as
inorar hairman of the Greater
[iami Israel Bonds Committee,
tine'! father is a member of the
bnds ; xecutlve Committee.
iTIie vans have been frequent
Utors to Israel She went there
Ja 1 ; ar-old, with her parents.
Imediat" ly after Israel won in-
lander o. In the late 1950's.
in 11> ifter their marriage, Irv-
i Margie went together for
L liisi i" several visits.
Ion a trip just after the Six-Day
pro! Ji ne. 1967, they took notes
Hi th. from each of their chil-
pii. and these were sealed in the
stern WalL The Cowans for a
accepted responsibility
MR. and MBS. IRVING COWAN
Diplomat Hotel, is a vice president
of Temple Emanu-El and was
chairman of the first Lehrman
Day School Scholarship Ball. A
product of the University of
Miami and the U. S. Coast Guard,
ho is a member of the Founders
Club of Mount Sinai Hospital and
in 1971 received the National
Community Service Award of the
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America.
He is vice president of Hasam
Realty Corporation of Miami, a
partner in the Diplomat Towers
and Presidential Towers of Holly-
wood, a general partner in Indian
Trail Groves at Miami and chair-
man of the Board of Royal Palm
Beach Colony, Inc. He is also vice
president of Loxahatchee Invest-
ment, Inc., Miami, and a director
of the City National Bank of
Hallandale.
Marjorie Friedland Cowan has
been involved in Temple Emanu-El
activities since her childhood.
When she was three years old.
her father, Food Fair chairman
Samuel N. Friedland, helped at-
tract Dr. Irving Lehrman to
Miami Beach as rabbi for the then
young synagogue.
Later, she was the first young
woman to have a Bat Mitzvah at
Temple Emanu-El. She is a past
vice president of the PTA for the
Temple and the Lehrman Day
School, a trustee of Broward Com-
munity College, and an active
leader of Mount Sinai Medical
Center.
Mrs, Cowan is a board member
of Temple Emanu-El. a founder
of Nova University in Broward
County and of McGill University
in Canada and works closely with
Mr. Cowan in many of the activ-
ities at the Diplomat Hotel.
Columnist Guest Speaker
The Ladies Auxiliary of the
George Gershwin Lodge, Knights,
of Pythias will hold a genera! meet-! Wikler will he nuest speaker.
ing Monday at 8 p.m. at the Surf-
side Community Center. 9301 Col-
lins Ave. Columnist Miss Revy
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the South Florida communitv
the annual President's Ball
Jaturday, Dee. 16, :n the Grand
Ballroom of tie Fontainebleau
Hotel.
The theme of Mount Sinai's
social event of th? year, the
twelfth such black-tie affair in the
[history of the institution, is "An
Evening of Rejoicing," commem-
orating the Medical Center's rise
to medical excellence.
"Like all President's Balls of
past years," say Paul Faske, chair-
man of the planning committee,
hi.s wife and Ben Kline, co-
chairman, "this year's event in-
vites the community to make
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After die last hand...
Cultural Society Presents
' Violinist, Soprano Soloist
The Miami Beach Cultural So-
ciety will present a concert fea-
'^"turing 19-year-old violinist David
Ole Hart man and his accompanist,
19-year-old Anthony Di Resta,
Saturday, Nov. 25. at 7:30 p.m.
In the Assembly Hall. 755 Wash-
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An added attraction will be Iris
Lane, soprano, whose program
contains some familiar and some
little known arias, a group of
Hebrew and Yiddish songs and a
well chosen English group. Kay
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North Shore JWVA Meeting
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Friday, November
17. 1972
DINNER HONORS RABBI GROSS
Elie Wiesel To Speak
At Academy Banquet
Elie Wiesel. author, teacher and
outstanding modern spokesman of
tht Jewish people, will be the
CUE rV/KH
guest speaker at the 25th annual
Scholarship Dinner of the Greater
Miami Hebrew Academy. The
5>125-a-couple. black tie function
at the Deauville Hotel will honor
Rabbi and Mrs. Alexander S.
Gross.
Announcement of Mr. Wiesel's
acceptance was made by Joseph
H. Kanter, general chairman of
the dinner, and Irving Firtel. pres-
ident of the Hebrew Academy.
Mr. Wiesel. who this year re-
ceived the highest award of the
American Jewish Committee, the
American Liberties Medallion, is a
prolific writer. Hi* most recent
work is "Souls on Fire: Portraits
and Legends of Hassidic Masters."
A long-time and close friend of
Rabbi Gross, who has been prin-
cipal of the Miami Beach school
lor its entire 25 years. Mr. Wiesel
was born in the Transylvanian
town of Sighet in Hungary; he
was a teenage survivor of Aus-
chwitz and Buchenwald.
His honors include the Prix
Medicis, one of France's major
literary awards, for the best sell-
ing novel, "A Beggar in Jeru-
salem." His books include the
autobiography "Night." 'The Ac-
cident," "The Town Beyond the
Wall." and "The Gates of the
Forest."
Mr. Wiesel's "The Jews of
Silence," a personal report on the
plight of Soviet Jewry, is credited
with bringing the problem to the
attention of Jews and the general
public throughout the world. He
also authored a play. The Mad-
ness of God," dealing with the
same theme.
Mr. Wiesel, who is noted for his
annual series of lectures at the
92nd Street YM-YWHA in New-
York City, is a leader for numer-
ous Israel and Torah Judaism
causes and has been active in
Hebrew Academy work here for
some years. He was the keynote
speaker at this month's national
convention of the American Zion-
ist Federation.
Brandeis Observing Rosenstiel
Center's 1st Anniversary Here
Brandeis University will observe
the first anniversary of its Rosen-
stiel Basic Medical Sciences Re-
search Center during the Dec. 14-
16 meeting of its Board of Trustees
in Miami Beach. The Center is
named for Lewis S. Rosenstiel of
Miami Beach, who underwrote the
Center and its progarm with a S19
million gift, the largest in the Uni-
versity's history.
Mr. Rosenstiel, retired head of
Schenley Industries, is also hon-
orary chairman of a dinner-dance
Dec. 14 at the Doral Hotel and
Country Club which opens the
Brandeis meetings in the Miami
area. His wife, Blanka, will serve
as chairman of the hostesses for
the dinner.
General chairman for the cele-
brations is Ralph Levitz, chairman
of the board of the Le\itz Furni-
ture Corp. of Miami, and a Fellow
of the University. Mr. Rosenstiel
and Mr. Lcvitz head a large com-
mittee of south Florida Brandeis
Trustees, Fellows, President's
Councilors, alumni, members of the
University's National Women's
Committee and other friends.
The Rosenstiel Center has been
operating in temporary facilities
in Brandeis' science complex pend-
ing completion of its multi-million
dollar building early in 1973. The
new building is also underwritten
by the Rosensteil gift.
Dr. Harlyn O. Halvorson, direc-
tor of the Rosenstiel Center, noted
in the Center's first annual report
that "the Center's purpose is to
promote basic biomedical research
in a stimulating envronment of
high academic excellence."
The Center provides "an innova-
tive soHitien" to biomedical re-
search tied strongly to such basic
disciplines as biochemistry, biology,
chemistry, physics and psychology
within the context of a University
setting. Dr. Halvorson added.
In its first year of operation, the
Rosenstiel Center has developed
close ties with hospitals in Boston
and with the Brandeis science de-
partments. Its initial plans are to
develop four prime research areas:
structure and function of biologi-
cally important macro- (large)
molecules; cell biology; immuno-
biology and a fourth area to be se-
lected from among the research
problems showing the greatest
challenge and the greatest appli-
cation to medicine.
The Center has also formulated
plans to institute a visiting scholar
program and has selected Dr.
Billy R. Wooten of Harvard Uni-
versity as the first \i Woolen's work in psychoph,
will be continued at Brandeto-
chology,department.
The Center will implement'
graduate training program
physicians entering careers in
demic medicine aand who intends
carry forward research in fe.
medical science. Plan- arc als^
ing developed to expand it.
medically-oriented seminars.
The Rosenstiel CYmer has
ready received a number of ,Z]
ernment and health organfcatSI
grants for research, and its ..
has published 11 papers.
Luncheon, Card Party Set
The Jewish War Veterans
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to Israel luncheon and ,ard n
Sunday noon at the home of m
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*-Jcnistfhridiar
Friday, November 17
1972
FOR DINNER HONORING KAHN
Newmark Named
Histadrut Leader
Morris Newmark, treasurer of
the Israel Histadrut Council ol
South Florida, has been named
AMBASSADOR OVAHA SOfftt
chairman of the annual dinner of
the Histadrut Campaign which
a II be held Dec. 3 at the.Fon-
i:iinebleau Hotel. The banquet,
part of Greater Miami's onset v-
ance of the impending 25th anni-
versary of Israeli inde|>endenre.
will honor Miami Beach civic
ler Gabriel Kahn.
News of Mr. Newmark's ap-
; -i intment was announced by Moe
Levin, chairman of the board of
the Israel Histadrut Council and
a member of the board of the
National Committee for Labor
Israel.
Mr. Newmark has, together with
his wife Anna, contributed more
han $200,000 to Histadrut for the
stablishment in Israel of five med-
cal clinics and a synagogue.
Mr. Newmark has been honored
for his leadership in behalf of
State of Israel Bonds. Kupat
Holim. the Israel Histadrut Foun-
dation, the Histadrut Campaign
and numerous other causes during
the past 15 years.
A pioneer hotel owner in Miami
Beach, Mr. Newmark also has
Leen active in behalf of several
Torah Judaism organizations and
is an active member of Temple
Kmanu-El.
Principal speaker at the Dec. 3
dinner, for which reservations are
available at the Histadrut office
in the 1 Lincoln Rd. Bldg., will be
Ovadia Soffer, Israel's Ambassa-
dor to the United Nations.
Ambassador Soffer, former'r
his nation's envoy to Chad, will
share the platform with Judge
David Ayalon. head of the Jeru-
salem Labor Council, and Dr. Leon
Kronish. national board chairman
of the Israel Histadrut Founda-
tion.
League Luncheon
Fashion Show Set
Ti opica! Cancer league of the
Am Tican Medical Center at Den-
ver is planning a membership
luncheon and fashion show Friday
noon at the Deauville Hotel.
Fashions furnished by Peacojk
Alley Dress Shop will be modeled
by leayue members. Mrs. Arthur
Feigeles will narrate a film de-
picting the work done by the free
national non-sectarian hospital.
Mrs. Meyer White will preside;
Mrs. Betty Friedman is member-
ship vice oresident.
GALERIE JOIE
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Of The Jewish Master Artist
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Nov. 17th to Dec. 15th
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5 Blocks west of Collins Ave.
Ample parking on street and comer lot
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T Offers Classes,
Various Activities
The Adult Services Department
of the Young Men's and Young
Women's Hebrew Assoc;ation of
Greater Miami (YM-YWHA) is
offering a class in intermediate
conversational Spanish Monday
and Thursday mornings for eight
weeks.
Classes will be held at the 'Y's
central location. 8500 SW 8th St.
from 9 a.m. to noon. Les Todd. who
has a master's degree in Spanish
and has been teaching for over
seven years, will be the instructor
The department is also sponsor-
ing a seminar on retiring for thos-'
In their 40's and 50's. Meeting ev-
ery \Vednedav at 8 p.m. in the
Central 'Y,' discussions will cen-
ter on money management, legal
problems, employment, sex, diet
and nutrition.
Further information on both
ratines may be secured from
the Adult Services Decartment of
the 'Y.'
yy ?? The Mature Sineles a social club
at the T.' and Temnle Beth Am
Singles are sponsoring a "Hel'ava
Dance'" Saturday in the Y's ball-
room. Starting at 8 p.m.. the eve-
tuns will feature Art and his Mu-
sic Band for dancing.
The Mature Sin?'es meet every
second and fourth Wednesday eve-
ning in the Y's Golden Key Room
for parMes. discussions, planning
sessions and special interest activi-
ties.
The YM-YWHA is looklfi
volunteers t0 work with a nursing
service offeroci to teen-a"ers on
Miami Beach. Open to both male
and female applicants with a nurs-
ing background, coverage is par-
ticularly needed Tuesdays and
Thursdays. Mrs. Beverly Ftussin,
R.N.. a volunteer, will supervise
the program. Additional informa-
tion is available from Mrs. Vivian
Becker at the *Y.'
it it-.
Judge Rhea Grossman was to ad-
dress the "Y" Women. service organization) at 7:30 pm.
Thursday in the Men's Club Lounge
at the Central "Y."
Judge Grossman's topic will be
"The Woman in Jurisprudence."
She will discuss her experiences in
the profession of the law and as a
iudge in a large, metropolitan city.
The program, with the coopera-
tion of the "Y" Men's Club, is
o|>en to the public. There is no
charge for attendance. Judge
Grossman will answer questions
in an informal dialogue over cof-
fee after her address
it & it
Classes in international folk
dancinz will be taught at the Cen-
tral "Y" Thursdays from 7:.'J0 to
1C:00 pm. by Clarice Adler. a di-
rector of folk dancing camps
throughout the northeast before
moving to Miami. Additional in-
formation is available through the
Adult Service Department at the
"Y."
<*r it i>
The Free University, a free-form
educational program co-sponsored
by the Central Agenev for Jewish
Education and the YM-YWHA. is
addition of an S-week intermec^a'e
conversational Hebrew class. 'Ul-
panette II' which is open to all
senior hieh students and young
adults who have a basic back-
ground in the Hebrew language.
Ulpanette II will be offered on
Sundays, from 3:00 to 5:00 om.
Classes will meet at the Central
Y" 8500 SW 8th Street. Regis-
trations are now be'ng accepted
and may be handle; :n person or
by telephone.
A c!a*s in beginners bridge Is
being offered at the Y's centra] lo-
cation, 8500 SW 8th St.
P.. dstration and information
may be obtained from '
Services Department at the Y or
by telephone. The classes will meet
every Monday from 7 to9 ; .m. for
eight weeks.
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Friday' November 17, 1972
""Jenisfi fhrHton
Page 9-B
PI 1 I "---------- ------------------------ w- w W WW^V
BOBER1 \.v.\\ The celebrant, a member of the
Alan, son of Mr. and i'I'm ah Class at Both Torah's
\, Harry A. Levy, will become Ha raid Wolk Religious School, at-
Mitzvah on Saturday. Nov. 18.
ai Temple tniUIIU'EI. "~
it's father is campaign
in for the Jewish Federa-
: Greater Miami and presi-
>| the local chapter of the
w University.
erl will he honored with a
reception at the Westview Country
Immediately following the
,-. His grandparents, Dr.
and Mrs. Robert Levy and Mr.
Mrs. Irving Corr, will attend
thi i vent.
ii ^ ii
JOYCE SIEGEL
Joyce, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
i Siegel, will become a Bat
..h at Temple Menorah, Fri-
( veiling, Now 17.
Joyce i-s an eighth grade student
at Nautilus Junior High School.
F. Kennedy Junior
Where rrr ts In1" ttie Albert Klaiman
tends John
rttgti School
eighth grade, and has twice won
the Science Fair award.
Brent's parents will sponsor the Th'"
KiddUSh following the services in r?ad
hIs honor, and host a reception and
dinner at home. The guests will
include Mrs. Sylvia Friedman of
Miami Beach and Mrs. Ida Zises
rf New York.
# # $
DAVID MNC0S
The worship services at Beth
David Congregation will include
the Bar Mitzvah of David Pincus
Saturday, Nov. 18.
David, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Pincus. 13620 S\V 74th
Ot.. is a seventh grade student at
Palmetto Junior High School and
Robert Levy
Thanksgiving Day services and
ing part <>r the Torah selec-
tion for the week.
RobertKcan ^q*je!,pjn,ciii
LEGAL NOTICE^
F. Mowing services there will he has attended Beth David Religious
School five years.
a reception and dinner honoring
Joyce in Temple Menorah's Crim-
son Room.
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ALBERT hi. AIM AN
Albert, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Klaiman, will become a Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Menorah, Sat-
urday morning, Nov. 18.
Albert is an eighth grade stu-
rli nt at Nautilus Junior High
S hooL
A Kiddush will follow services
in Temple Menorah's Crimson
Room.
^ # #
ROSE ANN PERL
Rose Ann, the daughter of Mrs.
: izabeth Perl. 2820 S\V 34th
ftve., will become a Bat Mitzvah
at Temple Zamora during the 8:15
services Friday. Nov. 17.
The celebrant is a student at
tie Hebrew Academy of Greater
... where she is in the eolith
-. Perl will host the Oneg
bat following the services in
her daughter's honor. Among the
tests will be Rose Ann's
It nt, Margaret BerkOWitz,
Irom New York.
ROBERT KOOAN
t Mark, the son of Mr. and
I -. Gerald Kogan. 181.1 SW 86th
Ave>, will be called to the Torah
Bar Mitzvah Saturday, Nov.
i | Temple Judea, Coral Gables.
The celebrant, a Hebrew School
Is planning to continue
I religious education through
mation. He attends Horizon
where he is in the eighth
i and is a member of Boy
lit Troop 64.
Robert will be honored at a
in in the temple's social
Following the services. Shar-
ing in the festivities will be his
The celebrant, a member of the
Torah Class at Beth Torah's Har-
| old Wolk Religious School. is an
eighth grade student at John F.
Kennedy Junior High School.
where he is a member of the Na-
ti mal Honor Society, and swims
for A.A.U.
Among the honored guests at
the colehralion will he his grand-
parents. Mr. and Mr>. Samuel
Goldstein and Mrs. Tessic Goradc-
skv.
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PATTI AVICK
Friday. Nov. 17 at 8:15 p.m.. in
the main sanctuary ot Temple Ner
Tamid. Patti Beverly Avick,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben
\vick of Miami Beach, will be
Bat Mitzvah.
NOTICE I'NDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the unden m rt, desiring to engage
in business under the flntltlous name
of BECKMAN RECORDS al 2373
Colllm Avenue, Miami Beach Fla. In-
tendi In register said name with the
Clerk nt the Circuit Court of Hade
County, Florida
PRANK S. BECKMAN, INC,
II in.17-21 I:1 I
The celebrant will be honored
at a reception in his home. Shar-
ing in the festivities will be his
grandmother. Mrs. Sarah Mann of
Miami Beach, and relatives from
Los Angeles. Chicago. New York
and Providence. R. I.
it & a
MARTIN SILVERMAN
Martin, -on of Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley Silverman will observe his
Bar Mitzvah at Young Israel of'
Greater Miami Saturday morning,
Nov. 18.
The celebrant Is an eighth grade
student at John F. Kennedy Junior
High School and has attended the
Young Israel Hebrew School, where
he is an outstanding student for! Out-of-town guests include her
the. past 2'i years. He is on the I aunts, Mrs. Bernard Goldstein of
North Miami Beach Swim Team.J New York hnd Mrs. Saul Ham-
Patti is a student at Nautilus
Junior High School and Ner Tamid
Religious School. She is an honor
student, a member of the Student
Council. Smart Teen Club. History
Club. Future Lawyers of America
and Drama Club.
An Oneg Shabbat will follow
the services, and a reception in
Patti's honor will be held Sunday,
Nov. 19. at the Cnrtillon Hotel.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNI Y. FLORIDA
IN PHOBATE
No. 72-4664
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In UK: K.-.ato if
PANNIE NEEDELMAN
Deceased
To All Creditors and All Person* Hav-
ing claims or Demand! Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of FANNIE NBBDBLMAN
deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, hiii] tile ihr same in duplicate
ami aa provided in Section 73S.lt,
Plorlda Statutes, In their offices In
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the Mini-' will
he barred.
Dated at Miami, Plorlda, this 2
day of Nov., A.D. I7I.
Harry Zukernlck
Hoy Needelman
As Executors
First publication of this notice on
the I" day of November, 1872.
HARRY Zl'KERNICK
Attorney for Estate of
FANNIE NEEDELMAN
4211 Lincoln Road
Miami Reach. Fla. ::
11 10-17-24 18/1
Joyce Siegel,,.. Rose Ann Perl
LEGAL NOTICE
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 I IP
JERRY .VI.I..W KI.EAM, Husband
ami
ELAIN i: B KLBAM, Wife.
Tl i ELAINE H. KLEAM
Iturnl Delivery Mo I
Greenfield Avenue
Ralston Spa, New York
Tor ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Petition for Dissolution of Mar-
riage ha* been filed against you In
the above Cause, and you are. r*
quired to serve a ropy of your An-
swer on the Husband's attorney, ROB-
ERT R WHITE, loan Alfred I du-
Pont Building, Miami. Plorlda, 13111.
and file the original Answer in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court "ii or before the 18 day of Dec,
1878: otherwise, a Default will
lered against you.
DATED at Miami, Florida llns
day "f Nov. 1878.
E. I! LBATHBRMAN
i 1.1 k of Circuit I'oun
Miami. Dade County, Florid*
BY: It M. KISSES
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
11/10-17-24 12/1
,'ti-
and Mrs. Silverman will, merman from Baltimore. Md., and
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Avick. her
brother and sister-in-law, from
Chicago. 111.
LEGAL NOTICE
Mr.
honor
following services. Among guests
ivi be Martin's grandparents.
Mrs. Jenni Ka ilan and Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Silverman, and his
uncle Jay Kap!an, Also attending
will be Mr. and Mrs. R. Levine,
Miss Myrna Modell, Mrs. Mat
Horzbcrg and son Barry, Mr. and
Mrs. Tom Hannon, Mr and Mr.
John Davis and cousin Jennie Stro-
ChaK, all from Now York
/-
AI.AN ROSENTHAL
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OI\ UN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious mime
: Isee's Rx PHARMACIES nl King's
Rnj Shopping Center, South Dixie
; Highway and S.W. 144th Strei t,
i Miami. Plorlda Intends to
I saiil name with the Clerk of th. cir-
uit courl of Dade Count) Plorlda,
LEE'S PRESCRIPTIt >N
SHI >P NO 5, INC Applli nnl
SPARBER, ZEMEL, ROSKIN AND
Mian
Alan, the .son if Mr. and Mrs.
Harvey Rosenthal, wi'l celebrate
his Bar Mitzvah at Temple Beth! hbilbronnkr. p.a.
El. Hollywood. Saturday, Nov. 18, \ sc^eBlvd.
reading Iron the rorah and con-
ducting the service,
Alan attends John F. Kennedy
Junior High School, where he is
in the eighth gi
Among the guests will he Alan's
paternal grandoarents Mr. and
Mrs. Reuben Rosenthal of Miami.
maternal grandparents, Mr. and
: 17-21 l- l-s
aternal great-grandfather, Isidor i Mrs. Ben Bellua; Mr. and Mrs.
stein of Miami Beach, h!s
Iparents. Mr. and Mrs. Morris
in of Miami Reach and Joseph
S. Vulgan of North Miami Reach.
guest! from Mexico City and
Ni vv York City.
XJ. X}. Xi
BRENT FRIEDMAN
Brent the son of Mr. and Mrs.
*ay Friedman, will become a Bar
Mitzvah Saturday, Nov. 18. at
i th Torah Congregation.
Gerald Gitl.s; Mr. and Mrs. Paul I
Rakowsky ow Skokie. 111.; Mr. and
Mrs. Julius Cohen of Wilmette, 111.,
and Mrs. Phillip Krasny ol Evans-
ton. 111.
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IXOYII CfORADESKT
Lloyd, the son of Mr. and Mrs.,
Arnold Goradesky. will become a
Bar Mitzvah at Beth Torah Con-'
gregation Thursday morning, Nov.
23. conducting a portion of the;
lions
Won't you join .
all our satisfied and
pampered customers
f^avnpered reapers
R.S.V.P.
Marcia Blank
666-5226
Myrna Ruskin
661-9507
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-5607
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Entuti of
HATT1E DAMPSEY
I ..,..:-, a
'I",. All Creditor* and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Agaii l Saul
Estate:
You are hereby notified mid re-
quired to present any claim* and de-
mands which you may have attains!
the estate i I HATTIE DAMPSEY de-
. cased lati of I ade I 'ounty, Florida,
if. ih. County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County; Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 2nd
dav -f November, A D, 1972.
GERTRUDE COMER
Aa Executrix
First publication of 'hi" notice on
the l"th dav of November. 1973.
HARRY Zl'KERNICK
Attorney for Executrix
I'.'" I.lnioln Itoad
Miami Beach, Kla. IMSI
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. 72-22650
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: Th. Mflrrlaai n(
MYRTLE I.. CRICK, Wife
STEVE JAMES CHICK, Husband
TO: STEVE l VMKS i'RICK
Re* Idence unknown
YOI.' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an a,-iinn for Dissolution of Mar-
riage lias been filed againsl you and
I you are required to serve R copy of
your written defenses, If any, to h
on WILLIAM SHAPIRO. ESQ., at-
torney for Petitioner, whose address
Is r>6l N.E 7:>ili Street, Suite 212-A,
Miami, Florida 531 18, and file the
.,1 with the clerk of the above
m> led court "ii or hi fore I >. is,
otherwise a default will lie en-
tered againsl you for the relief de-
manded in the complaint or petition
This notice shall I" published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEW ism FLOR1DIAN.
WITNESS '>n hand and the seal of
said court at Miami, Florida "ii this
U day of Nov., lvTi'.
E. B LBATHBRMAN,
An ierk, 'it' uii 'ourt
Dadi County Florida
By R. M, KISSEE
\- r>i; 111 > cii' k
(Circuit l "in' Sea i
WILLIAM SHAPIRO
Attorne] toi Pel II loin
M 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 "f
EDGAR (JIMENEZ, J
Husband *
and '
TONI CIMENEZ t
VV if.-
TO: Ti >NI QIMBNEZ,
Residence Cnknown
YOV ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
Hi ii an action for Dissolution ot Mar-
riage has been filed againsl you ind
vu are required to serve a copy
your written defenses, if any, t It
on SIDNEY BFRONSON, atloriiej
lor Petitioner whose ad.Ire.-..- is it
N E Isl Air, :>- Ainsley Bldsi Mi-
ami Florida, anil file th.....
with the 'Ierk "i the above
courl on or before I lecember i
ellleiwise a .1. fault U ill bC
againsl you for Ihi relief demanded In
ih. complaint or petition
This i" lice shall i published >m-e
each week for four consecutive a'eekl
In THE JEWISH FLORfDIAN.
VV ITNESS m.V hand and i hi
,., ..,,,1 ourl .ii Miami, Florl po
iliis da] of Noveber, IH72
E. B, LBATHBRMAN,
,\- i'ierk en. mi Coun
[>ade County, Florida
By C. P. ''' H'l'.l.ANl)
' ..\s i > puty Clerk
(Circuit Curt Seal I
KIDNEY BFRONSI >N fc
812 Alnsli y Bldg
.Miami. Florida 3
A,"!,"""lil.....IU-,:-:! 12/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERBBT GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t" engage In
business under the fictitious name of
VILLALOBOB REALTY at SJM N.W.
1st si.. Miami. Fla. 3S121". Inlenrts to
register said name with the Clerk of
thl Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
MIGUEL A. VILLALOBOB
10/27 11/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GrVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of LA PUERTA DEL BOL CENTER
It w. tttli st., Hiab-ah. Fla. In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
i, Florida
LUIS M. GONZALEZ
10/27 11/3-10-17
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
i. i: m vv.vui) BRANDT
, ,, n & K Inc
Washington Square Building
7tli &.- chestnut Street -4th floor
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
You. HOVVAItli BRANDT, are here-
by notified ihai a Petition for Dis-
solution of Marriage has been filed
againsl you and you are required
to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading lo the Petition on the Petl-
tloner'a attorney, akmh.ii LASKY,
ESQ. co GROVBR WEINSTKIN &
BTAUBER P.A. ISO 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 IS day of De-
cember, 1972. If you fall to do so.
hjdgroenl by default ni be taken
againsl you for the relief demanded
in the Petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH KMiRiniAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 3 day of November, A.D.
E B, LBATHBRMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
By: l. BNEBDEN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seall
GROVER VVKINSTKIN &
BTAUBER, P A.
Lincoln Bond
Miami i" ach, Plorlda IUM
, :.:ii-::4i
Attorney (or Executor
I 11,10-17-24 12/1
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
LLEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-2?6?5
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in RE: I
ISI'MBIWINDO MESA T
and -. .
MARIA LIONIDA MESA BARREOO ,
TO: Maria Lionlda Mesa-Barreg
Martl No, t Perlco
Proi luce of Matanza Cuba
ynr ARE HEREBY NOT IF '
that an action for Dissolution ol
rlage has been filed against you ma
you are required to serve copi ot
your written defenses. If any. to ii r.
Max a Goldfarh, attorney ror I'.n-
(H ner, "hose address is Suite VI
Blscayne Building, 19 West r>
Street, Miami. Florida StlSO, Tele-
phone: S71-2S88, and file the original
with the clerk of the above styled
COUrl On or before December IB, 1*11,
otherwise a default will i>c entered
against you for the relief demanded
in the complaint or petition.
This police shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FUmilHAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal Ol
said court at Miami. Florida on this
2 day of November. 1971.
E B LBATHBRMAN,
As Clerk. Circuit Court i
Hade County. Florida *
By c P. COI'ELAND __ _
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seall
MAN A IIOLDFARB
414 Blscayne Building
II West Piaster Street, Miami. Florid*)
Atlornev for ivtitioner
_______________11/10-17-24 II l^_
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Hi. undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of FLORIDA INSTRUMENT EXPORT
at 273S K. "'ih Avenue. Hlaleah, Fla.
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad*
Countv. Florida.
i; l ILLERUO FERNANDEZ
Leonard J Kallsb
Attorney for applicant
Dupout Bldg., Miami. Fl.
11/10-17-24 12 1


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Friday. November 17.197j
IKAl NOTKI
IN THI COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANO FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA-
IN PROBATE
No. 72-4310
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
RICHARD CARL LAKOSKT
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Tou are hereby notified and re-
quired to present.any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of RICHARD CARL LA-
KOSKY deceased late of Dade County.
Florida to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided In Section 733.16.
Florida Statutes, in their offices In
the County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty. Florida, within six calendar months
from the time of the first publication
hereof, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 26
day of Oct.. A.D. 1972.
V. L LAKOSKT
As Administrator
First publication of this notice on
the 3rd day of November, 1972.
Harvey S. Langberg
Attorney for Estate of
Richard Carl Laknsky
P.O. Box S50, North Miami Bch.. Fla.
11 3-10-17-24
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 72-5165 (Judge Blsnton)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
RALPH C WOLFE a k/a
RAIjPH H. WOLFF.
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Tou are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of RAI.PH C. WOI.FE
a/k/a RALPH H. WOLFF, 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 733.16. Florida Stat-
utes, in their offices in the County-
Courthouse In Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this IS
day of October, A.D. 197:;.
WILLIAM J. OOLDWORN
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 3rd day of November. 1972.
WILLIAM J GOLDWORN &
ASSOCIATES
Attorney for Estate
1800 Coral Way
11'3-10-17-24
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANO FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-5044
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
STELLA LINDEMAX
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Tou are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of STELLA LINDEMAN
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 733.16,
Florida Statutes, in their offices in
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida. within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 13
day of November, A.D. 1972.
DONALD H. HOGEBACK
Ancillary* Administrator
Cum Testamento Annexo
First publication of this notice on
the 17 day of November, 197:!.
Robert L. Bloomberg
Bloomberg & Bloomberg
Attorney for Ancillary Administrator
117 BeyboM Building
Miami. Florida 33132 .....
11 17-24 12.1-8
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-5457
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
RALPH BASH
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Tou are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of RALPH BASH deceased
late of Dade County. Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same In duplicate and as
provided In Section 733.16. Florida
Statutes. In their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this SO
day of October. A.D. 1972.
Raymond Bash
Jack Bash
Bernice Pollack
As Executors
First publication of this notice on
the 3 day of November. 1972.
SIMON. HATS ft URL'NDWERG
Attorneys for Executors
08 Ainsley Building, Miami. Fla
11/3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of FRC ELECTRIC at 12500 B.W. 104
Ave.. Miami, Fl. Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
FRANK R. CRANDON
ELECTRIC. INC.
Morton B. Zemel
Attorney for applicant
1875 N E 163rd St.
N. Miami Beach. Fl.
11/17-24 12/1-8
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-5292
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
NAT L WILLIAMS
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of NAT L WILLIAMS de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida.
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same in duplicate and
as provided in Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes. In their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the name will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, thla ISth
day of October, A.D. 1972.
8ARAH WILLIAMS
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 27 day of October, 1972.
SPARBBR. ZEMEL ROSKIN AND
HEILHRONNER PA.
Attorneys for Executrix
lf N. Blscayne Boulevard
Miami. Florida 33132
10/17 11/3-10-17
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-5156
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
In RE: Estate of
ANNA KI INB
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which vou mav have against the es-
tate of ANNA KLINE deceased late
of Dade County. Florida, to the Coun-
tv Judges of Dade County, and file
the same in duplicate and ar provid-
ed in Section 733.16, Florida Statutes,
in their offices In the County Court-
house In Dade County. Florida, with-
in six calendar months from the time
of the first publication hereof, or the
same will be barred.
Dat,-.l at Miami. Florida, this 31st
dav of October. A.D. 1972.
ROSE LUNDQVIST
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
the 17 day of November. 1972.
SNYDER. YOl'NG & STERN
Bv: HARVEY S LANOBERQ
Attorney for Rose Lundqvist
P.O. Box 550
North Miami Beach, Fl. 33160
11/17-24 12/1-8
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE* COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-3312
NOTICE TO CREDITOR*
In RE: Estate of
SOLOMON LEIMA8
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Tou are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of SOLOMON LETMAS de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same In duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes. In their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 19
day of October. A.D. 1972.
Sylvia Fourman
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 27 day of October, 1972.
Arnold Fein
Attorney for Executrix
420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Fla.
10/27 11/3-10-17
binaries
Morton Kirsch, 69, Victim Of Cancer
Morton Kirsch. 69, former gen-
eral manager and executive vice
president of the Marco Polo Hotel,
died Saturday of cancer in Mount
Sinai Hospital.
Mr. Kirsch, of 190 NE 132nd
Ter., North Miami, had come to
Miami in 1935 to open the Tides
Hotel and eventually became gen-
eral manager of several others.
Mr. Kirsch was a charter mem-
ber of the Hibfccus Masonic Lodet
275 and was the first person to
become a master Mason there on
Feb. 10, 1948.
Survivors include a brother
Ralph, and a niece and two grand-
nephews.
Services were held in the River.
side Alton Road Chapel. Burial
followed in Lakeside Memorial
Mausoleum.
Heart Attack Fata! To Sidney Gruber
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. 72-23426
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF.
MIGUEL S. JAUME,
Husband,
and
FRANCES JAUME.
Wife.
TO: FRANCES JAUME
369 Goodwin Avenue
Midland Park. New Jersey
TOU 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 MITCHELL J. LIPCON. attorney
for Petitioner, whose address Is
FRIEDMAN & LIPCON. 3737 S.W.
8 St.. Suite 109. Miami. Florida 33134
(446-6485), and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled court on
or before December 22. 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 on this
13th dav of November, 1972.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By: C. P. COPELAND
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
FRrEDMAN & LIPCON
MITCHELL J. LIPCON
3737 S.W. 8th St., Suite 109
Miami, Florida 33134 (446-6483)
Attorney for Petitioner
11/17-24 12/1-8
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NO. 72-22838 (Judae Tetta)
IN RE: CHANGE OF NAME OF
the minor child:
ERNESTINE RICHARDSON to
ERNESTINE KRISTER
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY
FOR CHANGE OF NAME
Notice is given that the undersigned
Petitioners. Ernest T. Brlster and An-
nie Pearl Richardson, whose residence
address is 5717 N.W. 30th Avenue.
Miami, Florida. Intends to apply to
the Honorable Thomas A. Testa.
Judge of the Eleventh Judicial Cir-
cuit in and for Dade County, at his
office In the County Courthouse, at
Miami. Florida, on February 7, 1973.
at 11:30 a.m.. or as soon thereafter as
Petitioners may be heard, for an or-
der changing Petitioners' minor child
name from ERNESTINE RICHARD-
SON to ERNESTINE BRISTER, by
which name Petitioners' minor daugh-
ter shall thereafter be known.
DATED at Miami. Dade County.
Florida, this 8 day of November, 1972.
ERNEST T. BRISTER
ANNIE PEARL RICHARDSON
8AM W. KLEINFELD, ESQ.
Attorney for Petitioners
518 Blscayne Building
19 West Flagler Street
Miami, Florida 33130
11/17-24 12/1-1
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. 72-22148
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
VIOLETTA JANSEN.
Petitioner,
and
RICHARD ALLEN JANSEN.
Respondent
TO: RICHARD ALLEN JANSEN
435 Walllna Street
Apartment 203
Honolulu, Hawaii 96815 ____
TOU 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 Mortimer S. Cohen, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 1102 Ains-
ley Building, 14 Northeast First Ave-
nue, Miami. Florida 33132. and file
the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before Dec.
6. 1972: otherwise a default will be
entered 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 seal
of said court at Miami. Florida on this
27 day of October, 1972.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By R If. KISSEE
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
MORTIMER S. COHEN
1102 Ainsley Bldg.. 14 N.E 1 Ave.
Miami. Florida 33132
Attorney for Petitioner
11/3-10-17-24
Services for Sidney Gruber, 64,
founder of General Capital Corp..
which merged with the Walter E.
Heller and Co. of Florida, a financ-
ing firm, were held Sunday in Mt.
Nebo Cemetery.
Mi*. Gruber. of 90 Bay Rd..
Miami Beach, died of a heart at-
tack while attending a dinner in
his honor Saturday night at the
Eden Roc Hotel.
The Florida Chapter of The
Society of Fellows of the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai B'rith
which recognizes individuals for
unusual generosity and service,
had presented him the 1972 Hu-
man Relations Award.
He is survived by his wife
Claire; two sons, Herbert and
Sonny; a daughter. Sandy, three
grandchildren; and two sisters.
Mrs. Sophie Goldberg rid Mrs".
Ethel Katz.
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-21738
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
KAREN ANDREWS,
Petitioner,
and
AARON ANDREWS. JR..
Respondent
TO: AARON ANDREWS. JR
1052 Boynton Avenue
Bronx. New Y'ork
TOU ARE HEREBT NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it
on MARTIN GREENBAUM, attorney
for Petitioner, whose address is 825
Arthur Godfrey Road. Miami Beach,
Florida, and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court on or
before November 29, 1972: otherwise
a default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded In the com-
plaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN".
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami, Florida on this
20 day of October. 1972.
E. B LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By L SNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(.Circuit Court Seal)
Martin Greenbaum, Esq.
825 Arthur Godfrey Road
Miami Beach. Florida 33140
Attorney for Petitioner
10/27 11/3-10-17
WEINGLASS. Annie. 75. of 1113
Meridian Ave. Gordon.
KIRSCHENBAUM, Ida F. 70. of 1S01
NE 191st St. Blasberg.
NESS. Samuel. 71. of 41 69th St.
Blasberg.
SILVER. Loula. 77. of 1414 Collins
Ave. Riverside.
WEISER. Irving. 84, of 16701 NE
14th Ave. Levitt.
FOX, Murray J. 82, of 6039 Collins
Ave. Levitt.
HANDT, Alma. 67, of North Miami
Beach. Riverside.
SEEBAL, Mrs. lieatrice, 74, of 6910
Byron Ave. Levitt.
HARTMAN. Florence, 65, of 18555 NE
14th Ave. Riverside.
BLOOM, Edward H, 72, of Miami
Beach. Riverside.
GASS. Samuel, 72. of Hollywood.
Fla. Levitt.
GRABER. Ben. S3, of 12100 NE
Miami PI. Levitt.
JENSEN. Phyllis, 44. of 8S6 Penn-
sylvania Ave. Levitt.
MICHAEL, Martin. 7:, of Miami
Beach. Riverside.
POLLACK. Laxarus. 82, of 2241 SW
14th St. Gordon.
PRESS. Gilbert. 56, of North Miami
Beach. Levitt.
AHEARNE. Grace B.. 82, of 1450
Lincoln Rd. Riverside.
LIEB. Solomon, 66, of 8215 Crespi
Blvd. Riverside.
MILLS. Robert H, 84, of 1182 NE
92nd St. Riverside.
SILVERSTEIN, Murray. 64. of 846
Michigan Ave. Riverside.
CHEFLER, Theodore, 65, of 8250
Harding Ave. Blasberg.
FISCHER. Alexander. 65, of Miami
Beach. Riverside.
GOLDMAN, Bertha, 64, of North
Miami Beach. Riverside.
JOSEPH. Marian, of Miami Beach.
Riverside.
LEVINE, Jacob L, 67, of Miami
Beach. Riverside.
PRICE, Gussie, 91. of 1015 Pennsyl-
vania Ave. Levitt.
FOX, Betty, 76. of 6010 SW 11th St.
Riverside.
Beach. Riverside.
MICHAEL. Martin. 72. of Miami
ROTHENSTEIN. Morris. 70. of 634
Washington Ave. Blasberg.
SCHNEIDER, Louis, 69, o' 410 Euclid
Ave. Riverside.
SCHONBERG, Marion. 78, of 1500
Bay Rd. Riverside.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Caae No. 72-22959
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
LIZ ESTELLA BENITEZ
RESTREPO MIHAYLO
wife,
vs.
JAT ANTHONT MIHAYLO
husband.
YOU. JAY ANTHONY MIHAYLO.
Residence Unknown, are notified to
serve a copy of your answer to Dis-
solution of Marriage filed against you,
on wife's attorney, GEORGE NICHO-
LAS. 612 N.W. 12th Avenue. Miami,
Florida 33136, and file original with
Clerk of this Court on or before De-
cember 19th. 1972, otherwise the Dis-
solution of Marriage will be confessed
by yen.
DATED: November 7. 1972.
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk
By: N.A. HEWETT. D.C.
(Circuit Court Seal)
11/18-17-24 12/1
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BERG, Mary. 7, of 333 F*.*,
Gordon.
GREEN. Alvln Todd, 4!\ of North
Miami. Riverside.
KIMEL, Abraham L, It, of Miami i
Beach. Riverside. Interment Mt.
Nebo.
MANDELBERG, Harry 7 .: Jsfa
Point East Dr. Gordon.
OSHIN, Cecile. 77, of 273" C
Ave Gordon.
PRICE. Gussie, of 1015 Pennsylvania
Ave. Levitt.
SCHNEIDER. Lillian, 77, of North
Miami Beach. Riverside
ELENCAVE. Isaac. 84. OC7S5 N\V
122nd St. Riverside.
GREEN. Benjamin. 82. of 1453
Collins Ave. Riverside.
LAUFER. Malta. 78. of U46 Drexel
Ave. Riverside.
SELIGMAN, Irving. 76. of 54! .I.ffer.
son Ave. Riverside. Interment MU
Sinai.
HOCHSTEIN. Julius. 49, of North
Miami Beach. Riverside.
KURTZ. Betty B., 69. of H
Riverside.
MOSS. Irene, 57, of 809 NE i03rd St
Levitt.
SCHILD. Nathan. 80. River- :-
Interment Mt. Nebo.
FRIEDMAN. Ida, 84. of ".* h.
Riverside.
LUBER, Max, 74, of Hi- Par*.
Riverside.
NATKIN. Abraham. 74. ol *- 7tlS
St. Blasberg. Interment Mt. Nebo.
singer, Louis O., of North Miami
Beach. Riverside.
SOLOFF, Louis. 58, f North Miami
Beach. Riverside. Interment Mt
Nebo.
GLICK. Samuel. 85, of Wl Collins
Ave. Riverside. ,
KRALIS. Ida, 72, of 209 Ml -
Riverside. I
SHATZ, David If., 79. of 1304 NE
191st St. Riverside.
BLOOMFIELD, Irwin X <"4. of North
Miami Beach. Riverside
COHN, Harry S., 84, of Miami Reach.
Riverside.
GREENBERG. Mrs. Rose, 75. of '"
Miami Beach. Riverside
RESNIKOFF, Sally, of Miami Beach.
Riverside. Interment Mt SinaL
RUDICH, Mrs. Lenz. 79. of Miami "
Beach. Riverside.
WEISS. Marcus*. 86. of 401 'a-an Dr.
Gordon. Interment Mt. N'cUo.
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tnittinrridlfon
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTKI
Page Jl-B
iTTtHE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
'* IN AND FOB
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-5004
PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: EstJtf* of .
pye Lader '
. ,,sed.
1o All t>edltois aud-.Ail;J?eriions Hv-
InK Claims or Demands Against Said
fcslate:
You are hereby notified and re,
quired to present any claim* ^nd d>-,
rnamls which you may Have against
ihi estate of Faye l-.-nl.-i deceased
lule ni Oade County, Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
lil< ihe -.mi. In duplicate and as pro-
viilcd in Kectinn 733.16, Florida Stat-
utes. In their of'lees In the County
Cciurthoub* 'n Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar monlha from the
lime of th 'irst publication hereof
or Ihe same will be barrea.
Tailed at Miami. Florida, thin 19
clay of Octobe- A.D. 1972.
ANN HIKECH
A Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 27 day of October. 1972.
Man M. Faber
Attorney for Executrix
ME Ainsley Building
Miami. Florida
10/27 11/3-10-17
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-5235
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
MOI.LV NTT8INOW
is.d
To All Creditor; ami All Persons Hav-
mis r Demands Against Said
1 U ire hereby notified and re-
lo present any claims and de-
which you may have against
Ihi estate of MOl.I.Y NusiNow de-
<..,-..I late of Dade County. Florida,
ounty Judges ..r Dade County
'He the same in duplicate and
ii- provided in Section 733.IK, Florida
tea. In their offices In the ,u.
t> urthnuso in Dart" County Flor-
Ida. within six calendar months from
' lime of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be ba'reil
Dated at .Miami. Florida, this 26
oaj I October. A.D. i72
BERNARD NUSINOW
As Executor
F.rst publication of this notice on the
H day of November, 1972.
CIloVEH WEINSTE1N &
STAUBBR. PA.
BY 8HERWIN STAUBER
Mti -in-v for Batate of Moiiv Nuslnow
I I Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Fla
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 DOWNTOWN TICKET AGENCY
at IBS S.E. 1st Street. Miami, Fla. In-
!.",", lo /ef'aler said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
MAURICE BERNSTEIN
HERMAN FISCHER
Kwitney A ICronp
Attorm v s tm ;l >l. 11 ,
-jaj.'^lfqln Road ,
Miami Beach. Florida
11/3-10-17-24
IN THE CiKCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 72-21913
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
MAMIE LAUBER BRYANT
wife,
vs.
EARL BRYANT
husband.
YOU, EARL BRYANT, 8725 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
GEORGE NICHOLAS. 612 N.W. 12th
Avenue. Miami. Florida 33136. and file
original with Clem or this Court on
or before November 30. 1972, other-
wise the Dissolution of Marriage will
be confessed by you.
DATED: Oct. 24. 1972.
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk
By: C. C. ALEXANDER. DC.
(Circuit Court Seal)
10/27 11/3-10-17
IEGAI NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
'i undersigned, desiring tn engage
n business under the fictitious name
nl MEI.O FASHIONS at 1398 W. 28th
Street. Hialeah. Fla. Intends to reg-
' I -aid name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
ORIANDO JIKl.ti
11/10-17-24 12/1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 82007-B (Judge Dowlino)
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
in' RE: Estate of
1 KNJAMIN FEUSHER
I it .used.
NOTICE is hereby given that v
have filed our Final Report and Pell-
tor Distribution and Final Dis-
charge as Co-executors of the estate
BENJAMIN FELoHER, deceased:
kin! that on the 2(lth day of November.
[ 1*72 will aiip'.y lo the Honorable
County Judges of Dade County. Flor-
ida, for approval of said Final Report
and that on the 2nth day of November,
as Executors of the estate
the above-named decedent. This
*:. GEORGE KEI.SSHBK
ROSE FICHS
HAROLD SHAPIRO
HAROLD SHAPIRO
Attorney
- ola Road
Miami Beach, Fla. 221S9
.(.'27 11/3-KI-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
I the undersigned, desiring to engage
n business under the fictitious name
1 01 i.l IVBR'S TRAVEL at 801 N.
HI street. Miami. PI. intends to
reglslei said name with the Clerk of
[the Circuit Court of Dade County.
I Florida.
DAVID HAYLOCK
11/17-24 I1A-8
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-3132
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
. I RE Estate of
J-"I'1S Rl'DOES,
_ Deceased.
All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
PJ8 ( hums or Demands Against Said
estate:
Ton ate hereby notified and re-
amis which you may have against
'state of I.OUIS RITDGKS. de-
jaw late of Dade Countv, Florida.
' !"<. Lounty Judges of Dade County.
net tile the same In dupllcaie and as
ri..,u,d ln Sp(.lion 73J ,6 Florida
ruiutes in their offices In ihe Coun-
fcnVi""" ou"* ,n Dh<1* County. Florida.
snriin six calendar months from the
Frne f ln(, flrs, puWu.aHon here.*
the s.,m,. wU| hp barred
I Wed at Miami. Florida, this 30
- or October, A.D. i72.
SEYMOURRUDQES
I Wi- As Executor
ieiVrf ."""'cation of this notice on
|AIUU 2UKERNICX
('r ">- f.,r Plaintiff
7 Lincoln Koad
H" *** Florida 33139
11/3-10-17-24
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:
THE MARRIAGE OF:
GEORGE W". CLINCH,
Petitioner
and
Al.GERTHA CLINCH.
Respondent
TO: ALGERTHA CLINCH
Route 1
Box 278
Brunswick. Georgia
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any. to It
on Robert H. Burns, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 350 Lin-
coln Rd.. Miami Beach. Fla.. and file
the original with the clerk of Ihe
above styled court on or before De-
cember 6. 1972; otherwise a default
will be entered against you for the
relief demanded In the complaint or
petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and Ihe seal
of said court at Miami, Florida on
this 26 day of October, 1972.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By L SNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Robert H. Burns
350 Lincoln Rd.
Miami Beach. Fla.
Attorney for Petitioner
____________________________11/3-10-17-24
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
OF BULK TRANSFER
Pursuant to Florida Statute 676.6-107
A bulk transfer under Article 6 of
the Uniform Commercial Code will be
made at the law office of GEORGE
SAMPAS. ESQ., Suite 211. 420 Lin-
coln Road. Miami Beach, Florida, on
or after December 8. 1972. at 2:80
o'clock P.M.. between PAUL J. KOE-
STER and DENNIS MORRISON do-
ing business as PARLOR CAR COIF-
FI'RES. Transferor, whose business
address is 3428 Main Highway, Coco-
nut Grove, Florida, and ltARTHoL-
OMEO FONTANA, Transferee, whose
business Is 3725 Franti Road. Miami,
Florida. J3133.
During the three years lust past the
Transferor, ao far as Is known to ihe
Transferee, lias used no other busl-
nesf name or address other than thai
listed above.
All debts of the Transferor are pant
in lull as they fall due as the result
of ibis transfer. All persons having
claims or demands against the Trans-
feror should file their claims with
GEORGE SAMPAS, ESQ., Suite 211.
IM Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Flor-
ida, 13139, on or before December y
1973,
Dated at Miami. Florida, Ihis 8th
day of November. 1972
PARLOR CAR COIFFURES
I i.\ KTIK H.( >M BK F( INTA.VA
Transferee
Publication of this notice shall he
on November 17. 1972.
C.EOKGE SAMPAS. ESy.
420 Lincoln Road. Room 211
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
11/17/72
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
____ NAME LAW
.w TI.CE ,S HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring lo engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Op-Pi WINDOW SALES & SERVICE
at 4,M.52 N.W. 22nd Avenue. .Miami,
HI. intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
LEOPOLDO PINO
ONEI.IO GOMEZ
./;' 11/17-24' 12/1-8
NOTICE.UNDER FICTIT.lSu~
"*"*"-' NAfJPEtKVW '
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of CIVIL SERVICE REPORTER at
11750 N.E- 16th Ave.. Miami Fl. In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
('ounty, Florida.
John VINCENT
11/17-24 12/1-8
IHGAl NOTKI
LEGAL NOTICe
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious names
of MIAMI SHORES TV. & El EC-
TRON1CS. MIAMI SHORES TV.,
MIAMI SHORES ELECTRONICS
NORTH TOWN T.V. at 9713 N.E. 2nd
Avenue. Miami Shores. Fla. intends
to register said names with the Clerk
of Ihe Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
NEIJ30N SOUTHARD
ARTHUR W KARLICK. ESQ.
Attorney for applicant
14..4 N.W. 17 Avenue. Miami. Fla.
11/17-24 12/1-8
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
NO. 72-23031
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
MARTA llorZA SQUIRES,
Wife,
and
JAMES BRUCE SQUIRES.
Husband.
To: Mr James llruoe Snuires
381(1 Central Park Drive No. 2
!.as VegHs. Nevada 89109
TOU ARE HERERY 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
PAUL KWITNEY. attorney for Peti-
.....ler, whoa* address is 42" I Incoln
Road. Suite 512. Miami Beach, Florida.
33139. and fib :he original with the
clerk of the above styled court on or
before December 21. 1972; otherwise
a default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded In the com-
plaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS mv hand and ihe seal of
a ..i-t ..i Miami, Florida on this
8th day of November, 1972.
E H i EA'i KJOH 'AN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade Countv, Flor'da
By L SNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Si^l)
Paul Kwitney
KWITNEY KROOP
421 Lincoln Road Suite 512
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Attorney for Petitioner
11,17-24 18/1-8
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-5705
In HE: Eslate of
JACOB M FINK
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To .-\it Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
tou are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of JACOB M FINK deceased
late "f Dsde County. Florida, lo the
County Judges uf Dade County, and
file the same In duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 73:iib. Florida Statu-
tes, iii 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 al Miami. Florida, this 9th
day of November, A.D. i72.
SARA KINK
As Executrix
First publication of this notice nn
the 17th day of November. 1978.
FAUNCE, FINK *i FORMAN
Attorney for Executrix
1502 Congress Rldg Miami. Fla.
11/17-24 12
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
SONIA CHIN. Wife
and
JOHN CHIN. Husband
TlO; JOHN CHIN ui.v .,i......,___
Rflslde*nce is unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it
on David E. Stone, attorney for Peti-
tioner, whose address Is 101 N.W. 12th
Ave.. Miami. Fla.. and file the original
with the clerk of the above styled
court on or before Dec. I, 1972; other-
wise a default will be entered against
you for Ihe relief demanded In the
complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each Week for four consecutrve weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami, Florida, on
this 24 day of Oct., 1972.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
. '.nil- County, Florida
By It. M. K1SSEE
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
DAVID E. STONE
Attorney for Petitioner
101 N.W. 12th Ave.
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
______________________10/27 113-10-17
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NO. 72-22201
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In r. the Marriage of:
UEORGE QUASHA, Husband and
TRINIDAD JIMENEZ QI'ASHA.
Wife.
TO: TRINIDAD JIMENEZ QUASHA
Torres de Tajamar
1 orre D. An lyae
Santiago, Chile
Yo..............BY notified that
the Petition for Dissolutioi. of Mar-
riaga ha* been filed against you and
you are hereby required to aervi a
copy of your answer or other plead-
ing to the Petition ol the rluauand
Attorney. JOHN J. GAl.l.AtiHER,
whose address is 1454 N.W. 17th Ave-
nue. Miami. Florida 33125. and file
the original with Ihe Clerk of the
aoove styled court, on or before the
" day of Dec, 1972, or a Default will
be entered against you.
Dated Ihis 27 day ol Oct., 197J
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of ihe Circuit Court
By: K. m. KISSBE
(Circuit Court Seal)
11/3-10-17-24
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COH~'"' ORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-4409
JOHN n. D../MITON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
John IKVING HELL
Deci-as. il.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claim- or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You ate hereby notified and re-
quired to present any Cbtlmi and de-
mands which you may have against
Ihe estate of JOHN IRVING BELL
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 733.1C,
Florida Statutes. In their offices in
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty. Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
o. barred.
Dated al Miami Florida. Ihis 18
day ot 1 1, tuber. AD 1972
Harriott! Elizabeth Bishop
As Executrix
First publication of Ihis notice OH
the 27 day of October. 1972.
SNYDER, YOUNG STERN
Attorneys for Petitioner
IT''!' N E. 164th St ii el
North Miami Beach, Florida 3311 '
1" 27 II .1-In-17
iN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-5688 ^JZ
JOHN R. BLANTON
In RE: Estate of
JACOB SHER
Dei-eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Peraons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
; Eslate: .r. a
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demaluls
Iwhich you may have'against the H-
tate of JACOB SHER deceased late
of Dade County. Florida, to the Coun-
ty Judges of Dade County, and file
the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.16. Florida Statu-
tes, 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 Mh
day of November. A.D. 1972.
MARY F. SHER
As Executrix
Firs! publication of this notice on
Ihe 17th day of November. 1971
JOSEPH GASSEN of
JEPEWAY GASSEN & JEPEWAY
Attorneys for Executrix
619 Dade Federal Bldg.
101 E. Flagler St Miami. Fla
11/17-24 12/1-V
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
! Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage
! in business under the fictitious name
I of UNIVERSAL AUTO SALES at
I0M N.W. 42nd Avenue. Miami. Fla
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
CAI.IXTO CAMPOS
C.REOORK 1 C< UK is
11/17-24 12 1-9
NOTICE UNDER
FICTI IOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undi rslgned, desiring to engage
In business uiner the fictitious name
Of CORAL API'S, at 7435-45 Harding
Avenue. Miami Beach, Fla intend to
register saiil name witli the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
WOLF GARTENBERG
JOSEF GARTENBERG
ABRAHAM WEIS8BARD and
MIRIAM WEISSBARD. his wife
Myers, Kaplan. Porter,
l.evinson & Kenin
Attorneys (or applicants
1150 S.W. 1st Street
Miami. Fla.
10/27 11/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER
FICTI I IOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CUBANS STONE ORNAMENTAL at
78(41 W. 6th Ave.. Hialeah. Fla. in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Ds'lo
County, Florida.
MARIO RODRIGUEZ 50"r
CARI.OS VILLA It M*
10/27 11/J-in-IT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-14378
NOTICE OF SUIT
IN HE: The Marriage of
FI.ORENCE ROLLE, Wife, and
RUPPERT ROLLE. Husband.
TO: RUPPERT ROLLE
511 Southwest 6th Street
Homestead. Florida
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Petition for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you by
th. Plaintiff. FLORENCE ROLLE.
You are hereby required to serve a
copy of your answer thereto on
Plaintiff's Attorney, SHELDON B.
PALI.EY. 1497 Northwest 7th Street,
Miami. Florida, and file the original
Answer in the office of the Circuit
Court on or bi-fore the 6 day of Dec.,
1972: otherwise the allegations of said
Petition will he taken as confessed
against you.
DATED at Miami. Dade County.
Florida, this 27 day of October, i"7^.
O. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
By: It M KI88BE
DEPUTY CLERK
(Circuit Court Seal)
11 8-10-17-24
I -s
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of SANDS POINT. INC. at 605 Lin-
coln Road. Miami Beach. Florida in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Countv. Florida.
SANDS POINT. INC.
By: JERRY A. GROSS. PRESIDENT
RICHARDS & GROSS
Attorneys for
SANDS POINT. INC.
6"5 Lincoln Koad
Miami Beach Fla.
1_______________^_ 11/17-24 12 1-s
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Iht
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under Ihe fictitious name
of JAVIER Of MIAMI at 111 N.E.
2nd Ave.. No. 7n. Miami, Fla. intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of Ihe Circuit Court of Dsde County.
Florida.
JOSE ANGEL RAPPAIID
11/17-24 12/1-8
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
NO. 72-5505
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Batate of
LAWRENCE W. C1NADER
11. ceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of LAWRENCE W CINADER
deceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to Ihe County Judges of Dade County,
and file Ihe same In duplicate and as
provided In Section 733.16. Florida
Statutes. In their offices In the County
Courthouse In Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
lime of the first publication hereof, or
the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 31st
day ol October. AD. 1S72.
JOAN M. BROOKS
As ExecU(rlx
First publication of this notice on
the 3rd day of Nov.. 1972.
WEINER and WEISENFE1.D P.A.
by; JOSEPH J. WE1SENFELD
Attorney for JOAN M. BROOKS.
Executrix
2,17:1 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach. Fla. 33139
U/3-10-17-24
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH =
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-22557
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
SANDRA P. I.OWKRV. Wife
STEVE CI.AREN'CE LOWBRT,
Htisba'td
TO: STEVE CLARENCE LOWER?
S4t> Lister Street
Sparlenburgh. South Carolina
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your vritten defenses. If any. to it
on DAVID E STONE, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is 101 N.W.
12th Avenue. Miami. Fla. 91128, and
file the original with Ihe clerk of
the above styled court on or before
Dei-ember >. 1973; otherwise a de-
fault will be entered against you for
the relief demanded In the complaint
or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks thi
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 72-22528
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
!N RE: The marriage of I
MOI.I.IE ADLER KAPLAN,
Petitioner.
and 1
HERMAN KAPLAN'.
Respondent. "e1
TO: Herman Kaplan
1 o King David Hi tel
Shore Road and National
Boulevard 1
Long Beach. New York 11561
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
YOC ABE HEREBY' NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you an required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any. to It
on DAVID S KIMBI.K. ESQ. 350
Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Florida,
33139. attorney for Petitioner, on or
before December 6. 1972, and file the
original with the clerk of this Court.
either before service on Petitioner's
attorney or Immediately thereafter:
otherwise a default will he entered,
against you for the relief demanded in
Petition.
n THE JEWISH Fj-ORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on ihis 1
day of November. 1972.
K B LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dadi County, Florida
By C. P. COPELAND
As Dl puty Olerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
DAVII1 E. SJTONE
STONE & SOSTCIIV
ltd N.W. 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida 33128
Attorney for Petitioner
11/8-10-17-24
This notice shall be published once
each week for four conoeeutlve -.weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS, my hand and the eeul of
this Court, al Miami. Florida, this 1
dav of November, 1972.
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk, Circuit Court
By: L. SNEEDEN
Deputy Clerk
(in. nit Court Seal)
DAVID S KIMIil.E
Attorney for Petitioner
KG Lincoln Road ,
[ Miami Beach. Florida
11/3-10-17-!*


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tJewish Floaridliain
AWAY FROM JEWISH Uft
Mianu. Florida Friday, November 17. 1972 MMHnm
Section C
The group involved in planning for the
Siiver Anniversary of Brandeis University
included (from left to right) Mrs. Harold
Doiiman, president of the Greater Miami
Chapter of the National Women's Commit-
tee of Brandeis University; Mrs. Arthur Jur-
kowitz, an alumna of Brandeis University,
past president of the Southeastern Region of
its National Women's Committee, who is cur-
ienlly on the national board of the Wom-
en's Committee, and a President's Councilor
d Brandeis University; Ralph Levitz, chair-
man of the board of Levitz Furniture Corp.,
a fellow of Brandeis University, and gen-
eral chairman of its 25th Anniversary Cele-
bration Committee; Mrs. Herman Leeks, a
vice president of the Greater Miami Chap-
ter of the National Women's Committee and
a fellow of Brandeis University, and Mrs.
Gloria Milgrim, president of the Fort Laud-
erdale Chapter of the National Women's
Committee. Plans include numerous pri-
vate functions in anticipation of a gala
dinner-dance to be held Dec. 14 at the
Doral Country Club and an off-camp >is
meeting of the Brandeis University board
of trustees to be held Dec. 14, 15 and 16 at
the Doral Hotel, Miami Beach.
Slomovitz Donates Part Of His
Award To JTA's Intern Program
TORONTO (JTA) Philip
Slomovitz, editor of the Jewish
News of Detroit who won the
first annual Smolar Award for
Excellence in Jewish Journalism,
donated part of his award a
S500 check to the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency's journalism
intern program. The other part
of the award, a plaque, "will
be hung up in my office," he
said, laughing.
Addressing some 2,000 dele-
gate and cue-it* attending the
banquet of the list General As-
sembly of the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds,
Momovitz said the check "rep-
nts a challenge to help aspir-
ing young Jewish Journalists
enter the field where they are so
vitally needed to ensure con-
tinuity."
He noted that this challenge
was met two years ago when he
and Robert H. Arnow. president
of the JTA, initiated the intern
program. Since then, six young
people have participated in the
program working for periods
from three to five months in
the JTA editorial office in New
York, four in Detroit for the
Jewish News, and one at the
Jewish Advocate in Boston. The
Boston internee, Earl Lefko-
witz. was one of the five final-
Builders Discuss Israeli
Construction Problems
Jl.RUSALEM (JTA1 Jack
Weiler of New York, a leading
realtor and Jewish communal
Reader and philanthropist, ex-
pressed the conviction that Is-
rael "can build better, cheaper
and faster" than it does now in
speach made before the Inter-
national Building Conference of
pK Jewish Agency and the Is-
rael Housing Ministry, which
eguiarly brings together top
*h builders from other coun-
piec with senior construction
Br.d housing officials in Lsrael.
Mr. Weiler aeid he I* -
with the cooperation be-
*wn the foreign building *-
*rts and the Israelis and that
. '-.in already that nom of
lie joint committee's reeommen-
lati(rtis are being implemented.
H-.usine Id .-<-: /- <- I
I that the deamd '
th /. ;
Hill pres-in? an! that W\
nother five yar? before ei
"using unit* are built to MM
h' pressure complety-ly He ***
p ministry u> concerned
"th providing housing for *lurr-
wellers and newly married
puples.
Though Mr.
MM in building construction
based on plans for industrially
prefabricated part*. Finance
Minister Plnhas Sapir said Is-
raeli builders are not Industrial-
izing building technique* fast
enough.
Max Myodobnik. a South Af-
rican participant, contended no
amount or industrialization of
thriioues will help as long as
getting building licenses rema-n-
ed a long ilrawn out DfOMdMS m
utaei He also urged devekv-
ment of binding ma-ster ;,.>-'-.
for all towns in Isri'-:
Tlie conference adopted a pro-
posal >v tiie Internatioa4 fttaV
iiologl'si I ofn/iiltte* for lloos-
Ir.g to send Israeli Irtiildlag *-
IIBldOM and suo-:ntra/:tors
the I filled State, and BmJBMI
t abai} baejeaag eaMfceeTe. The
Idea was readily M*M*Ml /> the
liraeH ot.tr-.u*or A**i*tt*n
a/id wUI soon be l/npsemeoled.
I
-..- leader* agreed that I*-
ig methods have
achieved i put **- ""' ***-
the tllOlilr/t T**t+U<*% *?*- :'
>ed !-/f t* t/nM at a mm*
,r- //*W*ted pa** Mthwt
tawaHww alrfoad.
UAHC Leader Says Votes
For Nixon Alienated Youth
By Special Report
PITTSFIELD, MASS. Jews
were cautioned here that their
continued upward conservative
voting trend, as witnessed in last
week's presidential election, can
only serve to further alienate
young Jews away from Jewish life
in America.
Rabbi Alexander M. Schindler.
national vice president of the
Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations, told lay and rabbinic
leaders of the UAHC's New Eng-
land region "the 35 to 40% of the
Jewish vote won by President
Nixon confirms the shifting con-
servative voting pattern of Amer-
ican Jews, despite the fact that
the majority still support the Dem-
ocratic Party."
Rabbi Schindler attributed this
trend to President Nixon's pro-
Israel policies, but cited other
factors such as "a rising conserva-
tism among the Jewish middle
class on economic issues, concern
with crime in the streets of the
inner cities and fears regarding
school busing."
He warned "We must resist
these tendencies for the sake of
our youth, for they will turn away
from us if we withdraw from the
world, if we fail to speak up for
justice and peace. These are the
issues which are at the core of
their concern."
The Reform religious leader
pleaded for Jewish life to remain
involved with universal causes not
only particular problems of con-
cern to Jews. "Any Jew who turns
his back to the world is only half
a Jew. A Judaism which concerns
itself only with Jewish problems,
which fails to express itself also
for the needs of all men, is a
truncated Judaism."
Premier Congratulates
President On Victory
JERUSALEM (JTA I Pre-
mier Golia Meir congratulate'!
President Nixon on his election
victory in a message that noted
the President's "sensitive concern
for th sovereignty and security
of small nations."
Mrs. Meir's message read. "May
I offer my heartiest congratula-
tions and sincere good wishes on
your reelection to the Presidency.
Israel has followed with intense
interest your leadership in the ad-
vancement of peace in the world
as well as your sensitive concern
for the sovereignty and security
of small nations. It is our sincere
wish and prayer that you may
succeed in helping to free the
world from the scourge of war.
May I add my personal good
wishes."
B 'nai B >rith Breakfast
Benefits Youth Services
ists in the competition for the
Smolar Award.
Mr. .Slomovitz, recalling his
own early student days as a
Journalist for the I'nlversity ol
Michigan l>nlly when "a few
dollars meant the difference be-
tween eating or going hungry,"
said I Mai the *:. contribution to the .ITA's Intern
program which fills a vital role
In helping to replenish the field
of Jewish journalism with new,
talented and dedicated people."
Jerrid C, Hoffberger of Bal-
timore, chairman of the CJF"i
Smolar Award Committee Mid
chairman of the JTA Executive
Committee, said u he presented
the award to Slomovitz thai he
earned the honor loi "bli com
prehenslve coverage of the main
currents and cow-cirri In-fore Hie
Jewish community end for the
con Istently high quality oi his
reportage." The sward to Blom
ovttz covered the contest period
from June 1. 1971, to May :;|,
1972
Mr. Hoffberger announced
that nomination* for the 1071
Smolar Award are now open
and will cover reporting and
writing published in the Amer-
ican-Jewish press between tun-.
1, \Wl and May 81, \'iT:
rotintnt on Both Bmoiar,
EdKor-Emerttus of the JTA
vice president of the JTA atA s
founder at trie Arr-erVan Jewish
PnM A vxiatjon end a Ml
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the UT72 Saaoftar AnmrL Th*
B'nai B'rlth Youth Bei i
the beneficiary of $20,000 in mav
mltments, as a result of a breajc-
fast held last Sunday l>y tin <.-.
tury and Presidents Club, "' the
Carillon Hotel, Miuintl Roth,
chairman .>r the affair, hi an
nounced,
Reaponduig to dynamic rail by
Jack J Spltzer, national chslnnan
.1 the B'nal B'rlth Poundatlofi the United States and head >' tb
National YwnA Cabinet, 30 nan
lllemlx-l-. -.Ii.'liei| lip tul I'nlllllllllllK
eommltmefits to Mm- progTafn of
B'nal B'rlth Youth Services, whi< ii
Includes IflOO chapters ol th li'nal
B'rith Vouth Organisation Min.-i
Poumlatlona on IWfl collegi mmy
Mid Hi'- 'mI"i 1 anM1 and
Counseling Services In '''> field
office* throughout '.......inti -
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present rnemlier* of 'Ik- pti 1
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Foundation in helping to enlarge
and maintain the growing ns -!..
Of '1m- Jewish "/mno'iify
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presented to lU-nunn NudMnum,
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Murray lhaa ohalimM of the
Century ind Cresidanta sJlib, of
thai lodga (oi Mull outstanding
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the outstanding lishp" In the natbm
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Friday, Nc member 17. ig?2
SCHOLARSHIP DINNER DfC. 3
Mesivta Sabbath Slated;
Grundwergs Are Honored
Mr. and Mrs. Moses J. Grund- nlty. He is a certified public ac-
. : i, -. ui honor at
ii-. annual sc lolarshlp dinnei
counUuit and practiced seneral
uoeountanev before entering a law,
partnership with Seymour Simon
and Richard J. Hays.
Mesivta Sal I ath will be i>-
served this weekend, with llth
and 12th grade students from the
high school tor boys speaking at
manv Greater Miami synagogues,
Rabbi David l.ehrfield.
dent ui the OrthodoK Rabbinical
Council of Greater Miami, and
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cipal i>f tlio Mesivta and Hebrew
Academy said those congregations
endorsing Mesivta Sahluith include
Beth Jacob, Beth ililah. Kneseth
Israel, Cuban Hebrew, Jacob C.
Cohen Community Syna^o^ue,
Beth Israel. Agudath Israel, Young
Israel ol Greater Miami. Sky Lake
and Ohev Shalom.
A check for the purchase of SI million in
State of Israel Bends to further the eco-
nomic tjrow.h of Israel was presented
recently by Zenon C. R. Hansen (third
from left), chairman of the board cf Mack
Trucks, Inc., to Ambassador Yitzhak
Rabin of Israei ut a press conference at
the Israel Embassy in Washington, D.C.
Participating were Henry I. Nave (right),
president of Mack Trucks, and Leo Bern-
stein (left), eyecutive vice president and
chief executive officer of the Israel Bond
organization.
MX. and MRS. MOMS J. GKUNDWtKG
, the Louis Merv itzei Mesivta
i .'. at the Eden
Roc Hotel. Announcement ol their
' nn ,i- honoreo! for the $50-
i, banqui I was made by
; and Jacob Modan-
riinner cochairmen.
Mr. Grundberg is a former
presi 'Ht of thi Miami Beach
junior Chamber ol Commerce and
ui Uclh Israel Con rregati n. He
us been president of the Mesivta
for the past live years and is
-., : etarj "I the Greater Miami
! [cl 11 v\ Academv.
a cum laude graduate of the
I niveraitv of Miami, he was asso-
. iatc editor of the University of
\ii.mi Law Review ami chancellor
i To i E| silon Rho legal fraler-
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Begins Jtli Year
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JWV Auxiliaries Sponsoring A Special
Thanksgiving Dinner At VA Hospital
Page 3-C
Lillian M. Schocn. president of
i,. r> parWWnt of Florida Ladles
Jewish War Veterans
of i lie U.S.A.. leports that in ob-
; ion of Thanksgiving Day,
adies Auxiliary will sponsor
; rial JThanllSghrtUg dinner in
i i canteen of the Veterans Hos-
pital Tuesday at 4 p.m. for all
ambulatory, wheel chair and litter
patients from the 11th floor nnrs-
ll | care center and 12th floor
. inal cord injury ward.
Volunteers from Dade and
Broward auxiliaries will partici-
iste in preparing and serving un-
der the direction of .Mrs. Marvin
Haspil, Department of Florida
veterans administration Voluntary
Service representative.
other activities for the coming
i, k bj Dade and Blow aid auxil-
i tics are:
Vorman Bruce Brawn 174: Sat-
urday auxiliary volunteers Frieda
Lrvine and Julia Berger will serv-
ice the telecarl while Shirley Gott-
l ib and Ann Beder entertain the
ili'th floor spinal cord injury pa-
ir n!s by serving coffee and re-
lieshments. Tuesday, an annual
fund-raising Kosher "Aid to Is-
rael" dinner will be served to
nvmbers and guests at 7 p.m. at
" l W, Piaglcr St., under the
chairmanship of Pearl Weinstein.
i Liebman, Child Welfare
chairman, will hold a monthly
l-iithday party for children at si.
Mban's Day Nursery on Thurs-
Robert K. FranaMau 177: Auxil-
and Post will hold a fund
-in- cabaret night at the Mont-
Hotel, Miami Beach. Satur-
day at 9:30 p.m. On Tuesday aux-
' iary members will assist in the
iieparation of the Department'a
I eeial Veterans Hospital Thanks-
V.<\ hi; dinner.
Wcsl Miami 22:t: Tuesday and
liursdaj Hospital chairman Jerri
M and her volunteers will
service telecarl and feed patients
ic Veterans Hospital. On Tues-
bj they v. in assist ith members
' their junior division the "Stai -
;'-" the special Thanksgiving
hospital linner. During
I Iklay week auxiliary mem-
I' will hold Thanksgiving par-
I or ltients in neighborhood
nior i itizen nursing homes and
-" ai children's facilities. Gifts
hats, coloi Ing books, i ombs
mal cleanliness items will
disti ibuted.
Miami Bench 880: An "Aid to
Israel" luncheon will he held at
the Normandy Isle home of past
Department pre idem Irene Coop-
i" man Sunday. Chairman is
Daphne Adelman. On Tuesday,
Hospital abairman Minnie Hoperi
and her volunteers wil] assist at
the Hospital Thanksgiving dinner
sponsred by the Department of
Florida.
Four Freedoms to:>: Auxiliary
president Rae Feinstein will serv-
ice teleeart for bedridden patients
nnd assist at the special Thanks-
giving dinner at Veterans Hos-
pital.
Victor b. Freedman 61S: Will
participate in the Departments
special Thanksgiving dinner at the
Veterans Hospital.
Xorth Shore Ladles Aiivilitirv
77: Tuesday, Auxiliary Hospital
chairman Sarah Young with Julia
I insey and Ruth Stark will service
I he portable telephone, feed bed-
ridden patients at the Veterans
Hospital, and help with the special
Thanksgiving party sponsored by
(he Department of Florida for
11th and 12th floor patients.
Ilia lean Miami Springs liHI :
Auxiliary Hospital chairman Rae
Ehrlich and her volunteers will
man the portable telephone and
help Iced patients at the Veterans
Hospital. They will also participate
in the Thanksgiving Day dinner
sponsored by the Department at
the Veterans Hospital.
Abe Horrowtte 6821 Auxiliary
members will participate in the
special Thanksgiving dinner spon-
sored bj the Department of Florida
en Tuesday; Hospital chairman
"eil Steinberg and her volunteers
will service teleeart for bedridden
I atients and Thanksgiving baskets
will he disti ibuted to the com-
munity's needy by post and auxil-
iary members on Wednesday.
Point Bast !>8: Hospital chair-
man Irene Siege] and her volun-
teers win join other auxiliaries on
i esday to serve the special
Thanksgiving dinner In the can-
teen of the Veterans Hospital.
Murrav Solomon 248: Will hold
imes night party for 4th and
: Mow patients at the Veterans
:i- ital; refreshments will be
\",\ Tuesday, Auxiliary Hospital
is will visit Sunland Train-
enter on Sunday and hold a
ponthly party at their jointly
tyxmsorcd post and auxiliary cot-
Sol and Stella Lipton will
seivice telecarl at Veterans Hos-
ital Monday; on Tuesday they
ill assist at the Department's
hiecial Thanksgiving party at the
Vt lei ans Hospital.
Harry II. Cohen 728s Sunday.
from 1 to .'( p.m. auxiliary will
entertain at the Home of the Aged
of Miami Beach with games and
|p izes and special refreshments.
Hospital chairman Frieda Cohen
anil her volunteers will assist at
the s] eeial Thanksgiving dinner at
the Veterans Hosiiital sponsored
I by the Department of Florida.
Colonel David Marcus 746: Aux-
iliary Child Welfare Chairman
Ann Traeger and her committee
will hold a monthly birthday party
for children at Primrose Cottage
>!' Sunland Training Center Sun-
day. Tuesday, hospital chairman
Esther Winston and her volunteers
will assist at the Department's
special Thanksgiving party at the
Veterans Hospital, and Thursday,
they will service the teleeart and
feed bedridden patients at the Vet-
erans Hospital.
**
Hymaii Galbut, (left) general chairman of the Mesivta's
'2lh annual scholarship dinner displays tickets for the
D*c. 3 banquet at the Eden Roc Hotel. With him are
Mr. and Mrs. Moses J. Grundwerg. Mr. Grundwerg,
President of the Louis Merwitzer Mesivta School for
Boys, will be guest of honor at the S50-a-couple dinner.
Jacoby Modansky is cochairman of the function.
Anne Kelemen Here
To Help Organize
Technion Chapter
Miss Anne Kelemen, national di-
rector of Women's Division of the
American Society for Technion
Israel Institute
of Technology,
arrived in Miami
Beacb this week
to work with
the chapters in
the area and
meet with their
presidents.
She spent one
day with Mrs.
Milton Sirkin,
president of the
AIi'js Kelemen Miami Beach
chapter, and de-
voted another to organization of a
new chapter in Hollywood with
Mrs. Louis Moss, the founding
president.
On Thursday, she was to attend
a North Dade chapter general
meeting at the home ol Mrs. Char-
lotte Fine, 1101 NE 191st St.,
where two members of the presid-
ium of North Dade. Mrs. Arthur
Dornbusch and Mrs. Roma Bojmau.
were to welcome her.
Friday, Miss Kelemen will he
at the Miami Chapter open meet-
ing with Mrs. Meyer Brilliant.
pn sident. At this morning meet-
ing, Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will re-
view "The Settlers" by Meyer
Levin at home of Mrs. Louis
Easton, 3ol Jeronimo, Coral
Gables.
Miss Kelemen, who has served
as a director of the National Wom-
en's Division of the I'.J.A. and as-
sistant head of Field Services ol
the National Council ol" Jewish
Women, now works with National
Women's Division of the Ameri-
can Technion Society president
Mis. David Herrmann, and has
professional responsibility for the
activities of the Women's Division.
The American Society for Tech-
nion is a nationwide organization
with chapti is throughout the
I'nited States. Its ill is the ad-
vancement of Technion, Israel'
oldest technological university in
Haifa, which trains engine >rs
technologists, sci mists and physi-
cians vital to the ountry's growth
and security. Technion currently
has 5,500 under radu ite students
an I 2,500 [raduate students en-
roll! l in Its 22 depai tments and
institutes.
Rachel Laufer Katz Begins
Her 10th Term As President
Rachel Laufer Katz was in-
stalled for her 10th term as pres-
ident "i the Miami Beach Chapter
of Mizrachi Women during a
luncheon sponsored by Mrs. Betty
Falk, vice president, at the Kit/
P'a/a Hotel this week.
Nearly 150 members and friends
were present for the ceremonies
((inducted by Rabbi Alexander S.
dross, principal of the Hebrew
Academy of Greater Miami.
Among the dignitaries honoring
Mrs, Katz by their presence was
Mrs. Lillie Stone, national vice
president of the organization.
Attorney Is Forum Guest
Elizabeth J. Du Frame, who
practices law with Tobias Simon.
will speak on "The Effects of the
Supreme Court's Abolishment ni
the Death Penalty" at the Forte
Forum Tuesday at i p.m. in the
Forte Auditorium. 12(H) West Avc.,
i Miami Beach, A graduate of Van-
derbilt University, and the Uni-
versity of Florida Law School, she
' has given five years service to the
jyilgrant Legal Services Program
ai.d Dade I'oveitv Legal Services
1 Program tOEOi.
Fund-Raising Card Party Set
North Dade Technion Women
v. ill hold its first fund-raising
lunch.....i and card party of the
season |n the Washington Federal
Auditorium. 699 NE 187th St.,
North Miami Beach, Tuesday
noon, i he e-1 nt is open to the
public. Additii i.al information may
he secured from Hetty Mcllnoi'.
Sindells Hcnorees At
Temple Shalom Dinner
Mr.
and Mrs. Oscar Sindell, r,-,an of the Florida Branch of thi
Broward county civic and religious National Women's League.
Before moving to Florida in
1947, Mrs. Sindel] had served as
kaders, will lie honored at tin-
first Temple Sholom-Israel Dinnei
president ol her congregation's
S sterhood and of the local chap-
tei ot Hadassah. In Miami Beach
sin- was president of the Herzl
Croup of Hadassah and of the
Miami Beach Chapter, and las
served as vice president of tin
Florida Region of Hadassah and
as president of the Temple Sholom
Sisterhood. She is founder pres-
ident of the Women's Division of
the Jewish Federation of \oiih
Broward and was chairman of the
North Broward Interfalth com-
mittee.
The Dec. 5 dinner, a highlight
il North Broward's salute to tin-
State of Israel':- upcoming 25th
anniversary of independence, is
under the auspices of the South
Florida Committee for State ol
Israel Bonds.
Milton Paison is director of the
Israel Bonds organization; Bill
. IVessman is coordinator of the
of state Dec. 5 at the Harris im- dinner. Reservations may be mad,
penal House in Pompano Beach.
iffice.
Oscar and Fran Sindell. who
returned from their most recent
trip to Israel last month, will re-
ceive the Is-ael At/maut i Inde-
pendence) Award in recognition
of their service to the Pompano
Beach congregation, the commun-
ity and to the people ol Israel.
Announcement of their selection
was made by Rabbi Morris A.
Skoo. spiritual leader ol Temple
Sholom. who has been active in
the Israel Bonds campaign in
South Florida since Its incep
l.i 185L
Mr. Sindell is chairman of the
board and past president ol the
nagogue and sm ved as i.
chairman of the Isaael lion.is h-
forl by the congregation In 1971.
He maintains- a real slati im
ii i stments office in Foi l aucli i -
rli le and was general cocha
Ol the I'nited Jew ish \|>|x.-al
Broward count j last year.
A member ol the Air I
Associates, Masons mil 3
hi has been a pilot for '< yean
since joining the Civil .\ii Paltol
during Woi id War 11 II is a
board member and chairman nl
h s building In Pla/a East on Gal"
< eean Mile.
Mrs. Sindell is program chair-
man of Hadassah's Chai chapter
in Pompano, Israel Affairs com-
mittee chairman for the Temple
Sholom Si.stei hood and past chair
Murray Shaw, Miami Beach
communal and religious lead-
er, hag been named chairman
cf the annual Temple Ner
Israel Dinner of Slate
The function, part of South Flor-
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ing 25th anniversary of inde-
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at the DenuviUe Hotel.
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Friday. November 17
1972
Beth David Forum Series New Mikvah
Begins With Zim Brothers Is Dedicated
Cho/'m Potok
Dr. ftubensfein
rabbinic ordination in 1954 from
the Jewish Theological Seminary
of America.
I)r, P.iehar* RobenMin.. theol-
ogian, author and lecturer, will
conclude the series Sunday. March
4. His topic will span new con-
cept- in religion, sexuality and life
styles.
Tickets for the series or for in-
dividual programs may be pur-
1 at the synagogue o::
ion. now
cele rsary,
ntertain-
mei annual forum series
:'rorr. December through
The Brothers Zim. who have
made appearances on major tele-
vision and radio -hows to great
acclaim, will open the series Sun-
day. De?. 10 in Spector Hall. Their
concert program will include Is-
raeli rock. Yiddish folk songs, bal-
:ads and operatic arias.
On Jan. 14. Dr. Chaim Potok.
author of "My Name is Asher
Lev," now on the best-seller list,
will be featured. Dr. Potok. whose
numerous articles, ibviews and
stories, have appeared in leading
periodicals, received a B.A. degree
in English literature "sumrna cum
audei in 1950. and received his
JHA Auxiliary To
Hold Its Monthly
Birthday Party
Greater Miami Women's Auxil-
iary. Jewish Home for the Aged.
will hold its monthly birthday
party at Douglas Gardens. 151 NE
52 St., Sunday, Nov. 26, at 2 p.m.
Mrs. Lawrence Silverman. pres-
ident of the Auxiliary', and ***
Sol Silverman. honorary life pres-
ident, whose birthdays occur this
month, will be both honorees and
hostesses.
Mrs. Louis Makovsky, program
chairman, has arranged for a
musical presentation featuring the
ever-popular Morton Reid. The
public is invited; refreshments will
be served.
On Tuesday. Nov. 8. the Aux-
iliary will hold its monthly meet-
ing at noon in the Algiers Hotel's
P.ubaiyat Room.
A special musical program has
been arranged by Mrs. Makovsky
featuring tenor Stanley Rosen-
sweet, with Olga Bibor Stern at
the piano.
In charge of reservations, which
must be made in advance, are
Henny Jaffee. Anne Tanenbaum
and Doris Orlow.
AZF's Talking
Books' Series To
Resume Tuesday
By popular request, the Amer-
ican Zionist Federation will again
present its "Talking Book Series "
according to Prof. Seymour B.
Liebman, vice president in charge
of education.
The series, which begins Tues-
day, includes provocative discus-
sions of current books concerning
Israel, the land and the people.
The Settler" will be the first to
be considered. Also scheduled are
"Jewish Worship," Nov. 28; "The
Holy City Jerusalem," Dec. 12;
"Legends of Our Times," Dec. 26;
"In Praise of Yiddish" and "The
Taste of Yiddish," Jan. 9; "Poor
Cousins," Jan. 23, and "Rebirth,"
Feb. 6.
The first three and the last two
sessions will be held in the offices
of the Jewish Federation, 4200
Biscayne Blvd. The Dec. 26 dis-
cussion will take place at Con-
pi egation Beth Israel, 770 40th St.,
Sliami Beach, and the Jan. 9 meet-
ing will be held at the Washington
Ftrderal, 1234 Washington Ave.
THt UtOTHUS ZIM
Greater Miami's new Mikvah.
community ritualarium located at ,
151 Michigan Ave.. Miami Beach.
ivas formally dedicated recently,
at the Eden ftoc Hotel. Some 350
members of the Orthodox Jewish
community attended the cere-
monies.
Participants in the program in-
cluded Mrs. Phylis Bastacky.
president of the Daughters of ,
Israel: Rabbi Alexander S. Gross,.
I rindpal of the Greater :\Mam:
Kebrew Academy; Rabbi Zalman
iky, of Young Israel of North
Miami Beach; Rabbi Mordechai
Shapiro, of Beth Israel Congrega-
te i ; and P.abbi David Lehrfield.
of Kneseth Israel Congregation.
Rabbi Tibor H. Stern, rabbinic
chairman of the new Mikvah who
made the dedication address, de-
clared "the individuality of the Jew
is the foundation of the Jewish
society: the Mikvah represents the
inner sanctum of Judaism."
Congratulatory messages were
received from the Rabbinical
Council of America, the Luba-
vitcher RabBi M. M. Schneerson
and from the Helmetzer Rebbi
Deutsch.
Rabbi Stern credited Rabbi
Berel Wein, formerly of Beth
Israel, with a major role in the
inception of the building. Rabbi
Stern headed the effort. The new
Mikvah is open daily.
Rev. Voss To Address
Dialogue Group Here
Harry- Levy, president of the United Church of .
the Greater Miami Chapter of the is also listed a- a -tJ
American Friend; of the Hebrew! ministerial U. '..."*
tAwaifc. i;njw.r.-nn, W, '""
will address the Greater MiS
Conference of i ; "
Jews Dialogue group reUgZ
leaders, of which Di j0 Norot o' : gQJ
man. He will
Christians and J._- -
[rael
KV. CARL H. VOiS
University has announced that Dr. |
Carl Hermann Voss. prominent
prominent Protestant minister and ,
an ardent exponent of friendship |
for the State of Israel, will be |
in Miami this week. '
Dr. Voss, who was ordained in
Dr. VoS!
has devoted a good
si arch and writinsr j
Judaism. His most r.
"Stephen S. Wi S of tty
People"; 'This ; -^
Palestine Prol! T ;. i
and its Neighl -g ...I
mons Unto M<
the Writings Hayj
Holmes.
He will also 1
the Patror's Lunch on of thfl
Women's Division of the Americi
Friends of the Hebrew Univerj|
at the Eden Roc Hotel and vi
speak on the serious need for schJ
arships to the Hebrew Univeratj
for immigrants from the AjfJ
Russian and North African com
tries, who are culturally and
nancially disadvantage^
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Kessler Elected President
Of Southeast Council UAHC
Alar B. Kessler, prominent in
both local and national religious
organizations, has been elected
I
UAN S. KCSSLIR
of. the S vitheast Coun-
ol A -rican Hebrew
tions lUAHC).
\. "hi- Southeast
UAHi' Mr. Kessler will
nples In I' states
; or.- AJabama, South
b, Tennes3 and the
\ i, si lent of Temple
-. Mr. K S'ler presently
i UAHC's national board
< vhi composed of
| i':-. oughout the coun-
.1 ?s!er\ i past president of
- th Florida Federation.
- chairman of the Jewish
cal Affairs, American
mmittee. a member of
of di > : of the Chil-
ctor of the
A resident of Dade County since
1936, he is president of the na-
tional Dutch Inns of America
Motor Hotel chain. The recipient
of Hospitality Magazine's Hall of
Fame Award, he is also listed in
Who's Who in America.
Beach Theater
Hosts Israel
Music Revue
The Beach Theater in Miami
Beach i hosting an extended en-
gagement of "From Israel With
Love." the musical featuring for-
j mer members of Israel army en-
tertainment units.
Showing are nightly, except Mon-
day and Friday, at 8:30 p.m., with
Saturday evening performances at
5:30 and 8:30 p.m. The 2fi young
singers, dancers, musicians and
comedians recently played at the
Miami Beach Auditorium, and de-
cided to make this their horn"
base for the season.
Average age of the entertainers,
who received highly favorable no-
li.,- here and elsewhere in the
United State-, is only 20. Lfter
playing in Miami Beach, the
youngsters will go to New York
and then Europe.
The tour of 'From Israel With i
Love" is under the auspices of th'>
" in of Cultural Relations, Is-
rael Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
S| ecial group discount rates are
available, and advance reservations
may b< nade at the Beach The-
ater box office. 420 Lincoln Rd.
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South Florida is taking WAIF
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for soft hearted Floridians.
WAIF is the Children's Division
of the American Branch of Inter-
national Social Service, and since
1953 has assisted in the adoption
of thousands of foreign children
by American families in the
United States and abroad.
There's no WAIF chapter in
Florida but that isn't keeping en-
thusiastic supporters from plan-
ning "The Captain's Gala" aboard
the TSS Fairwind, Dec. 4, at Port
Everglades. All proceeds from the
black tie event will benefit WAIF.
Heading the Florida committee
for the TSS Fairwind gala is Mrs.
Warren Nelson, vice chairman of
the WAIF National Board. She is
being assisted by the Mesdames
Julius Alexander, William A.
Boyd, William B. Garr, Howard
Groethe. Ben Gould, Conrad Hil-
ton, Jr., Abel Holtz, John McCoy,
Thomas K. Meakin, Lester Mish-
con, Arthur Penaro, Gordon Sher-
win and Hy Uchitel.
WAIF was founded by Miss
Jane Russell. Miss Helen Hayes
serves as honorary chairman.
Barbara B. Cooks
Becomes Bride Of
Kent H. ISovell
Rabbi Barry Tabachnikoff of-
ficinted at the marriage of Bar-
bara Susan Cook-; and Kent Har-
ris Novell Sunday. Nov. 12. at
Temple Israel. The 1 p.m. rites
were followed by a champagne
reception in honor of the newly-
da
The bride, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs Pan! J. Cooks, P090 SW
72nd Ave., graduated from thel'ni-
versity of Miami School of Busi-
ness Administration and is cur-
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Coordinator for Jordan Marsh-
Florida. She selected a gown of
ivory silk organza and carried an
arrangement of pale yellow roses.
The son of Dr. and Mrs. How-
ard A. N- -e.: 2270 Keystone Blvd.
the hi u< >om graduated fiorr
the University of Miami Scho il '
Arts and s lenc s and pre
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and Mrs. Novell will live in
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November 19, 1972 Sunday
Christoph Eschenbach, Pianist
January 17, 1973 Wednesday Program
All Orchestral Program
January 26, 1973 Friday
Yo Yo Ma, Cellist
February 7, 1973 Wednesday
Alexis Weissenberg, Pianist
March 15, 1973 Thursday
latin Concert Alceo Galliera, Guest Conductor
Sequie'a Costa, Pianist
Raymond Gniawek, Violinist
April 3, 1973 Tuesday
Martli Talvela Baritone
April 17, 1973 Tuesday
Virgil Fox, Organist
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Friday, November 17 197-;
Miami Beach Lodge Marking
Dr. Wolfson's Birthday
Mi mi Beach B'nai B'i\th Lodue
No. 1301 will celebrate the 9lst
> irlhdaj ol Dr. Abraham Wolfson.
DK. ABRAHAM WOlfSON
whom Rabh: Ir\in:r Lehman of
1 e Eamnu-El, calls "Th< Sage
ol Miami Beach." Friday noon.
No* M, at the 100 Lincoln Road
dub Room.
Newer having noised a meeting
ol Mi. UmelMon Club. Mr. Wolf-
son has appeared weekly for 17
years to give a summary of im-
nortant J wish events in news
farm from all over the world, par-
ticularly items pertaining to Is-
ra> l.
Dr. Wolfson. founder of the Spi-
no'a Forum tor Adult education,
and director of its cultural group,
delivers weekly lectures on phi-
losophy and the art of living hap-
p:;> erj Thursday morning at
tie Washimrton Federal Savings
ei i Loan Bank.
An author 01 distinction. Dr.
\ ilfson orks inclad "Spinoza
V ol R as -.' "H w 10 Live
II y, a I' ippily." "'The Wii I r
o! Spinoza." and mm> magazine
and newspaper articles.
Born in a small town in Lith-
uania in 1881. he studied for six
ear- in the Vashiva under the
at Tahnuihc sckv'-ar. Rob ihaii
Solovcieliik. and came to the
I Slates In 19C2. A graduate
of New York University, Dr. Wolf-
son practiced dentistry for some
H years, lie founded the Spinoza
Forum, the oldest cultural activity
jf Miami Beach, in 1935.
Recognizing the value of the
B'nai B'rith Foundation pro-
:ii V. r :es in this
ntry, Dr. Wolfson, has written
a book of 1000 pages the proceeds
nated to Hillel
The title of the book is Life and
ri ;- -''i '- work of a
life-time. The book is a collecti in
quotatfc : from world-fa
scholars, poets, etc.
Chairman of the birthdaj
shon Miller, who has
I ns chairman of the Lunch-
eo 1 Clu I years. Other- par-
.ir are Irving
Schatzman, cochairman; Mo 1: If-
fen. Lodge president, and Sam lei
) honorary life president.
Hundreds o: friends, including
members of the Spinoza Forum,
, are expected to attend the gala
affair. Dr. Wolfson will be the
featured speaker of the day.
Hialeah Gets Choice Dates
Hialeah Raci Course has been
awarded the choice midwintei
dates in Florida for the 1972-7?,
racing season by a state Supreme
Court ruling. Hialeah was granted
the period from Jan. 17 through
March 3 in place of Gulfstream
Pack, which had otieratcd tin-
middle dates for the first time last
season. General manager Bill
Fisher of Hialeah applauded the
decision.
Brunch, Card Party Planned
Peshkin Chapter of Children's
Asthma Research Institute and
Hospital will hold a brunch and
card party Tuesday at 11:30 a.m.
in Galahad Hall. 301 S. Ocean Dr..
Miami Beach. The proceeds of this
affair will benefit children of all
and la suffering from
severe 1 ases Asthma. The chap-
8 slogan is "To help a child
i- to walk with God."
Sarah Rubine Performing
At Governor's Banquet
Sarah Rubin". Israeli musical
o.meriy <<;:r. will perform at. the
Florida State Governor Reuben
ifl tAim banquet. dVCtich will
be held at the Pontainebkau Hotel.
Sunday. Dee. 10. at 6:30 p.m. Jay
Dernier, president of the Jewish
National Fund ol Greater Miami.
has announced.
The banquet is the annual af-
fair of the Jewish National Fund
Community a lew from a'l walks
>l life are exp icted to attend.
Sarah Rubin has perfored on
radio and t >li i- Ion in mosl
the targe cities of the Ur.lt d Sta1 a
and Eu : She is making a -> -
:-.] trip to Miami Beach in honor
11 the Govern ir's attendance
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Sale Dee. 5-7
Plans for the second annual an-
tiques show and sale sponsored by
the SUterhood ol Temple F.manu-
El have been announced by Mrs.
Janice Starrcls. president.
The event is scheduled, to lake
place in the auditorium of the tern-
ale. 8645 W, Oakland Pa>k Blvd.,
Port Laudwsdate Tuesday and
Wednesday. Dec 5 and >. from ll
am. to 9:30 p.m. and Thursday
]>, 7, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Twenty-six local and northern
antique '" well-stocked
booths, "in offer antiqi |e elry,
silver, china, glass rugs, furniture
and many unique items. Lunch,
dinner and snacks will al-
ible.
Mrs. Ralph Gr iss an I Mrs. Saul
nus Mrs
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Tropical Opens Meeting
At Colder This Weekend
Moving its base of operations to
the Calder Race Course site in
North Dadc, Tropical Hark opens
its '12nd meeting of thoroughbred
racing Saturday. There will he 49
afternoons of racing, with the tra-
ditional winter first race post time ,
at 1:15 p.m. daiiy.
Following Calder's highly suc-
cessful summer season, Tropical
Park racing secretary Gary Smith
has earmarked $365,000 for 13
stakes events during the meeting.
The $20,000 Hurricane Handicap
highlights opening day.
Mrs. Marilyn Shu pack (left) and Mr. Rose Wolowitz are
serving as cochairmen of the Hillel Community Day School
?TA's brunch, jewelry boulique and lingerie fashion show,
which will be held Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. in the Wolowitz
home, 20140 NE 21st Ct., North Miami Beach. Roberta Ss-in-
ield, Barbara Abramson, Brenda Kingsley, Shelly Lipson.
Terry Drucker, Betty Weinberg Sheila Cohen, Pearl Cohen,
Shirley Gold, Lee Friedman, Shirley Schreiber and Eleanor
?esce will be modeling lingerie supplied by The Corset
Ccmer, Coral Gables. Needlepoint and small leather goods
will also be available.
The University of Pittsburgh renamed one of its academic
buildings in honor of Miami Beach residents Lou and Myra
G. Mervis recently. Mr. and Mrs. Mervis, who established
a S2 million trust fund for the university's Graduate School
of Business last year, are shown with its dean, Dr. H. J.
Hotter (left) and Dr. Wesley W. Posver, chancellor of the
university. Mr. Mervis, an industrialist, came to Miami
Beach with his wife some 10 years ago.
Ocean Club Condominium
Presents New Art Show
General Builders Corporation,
uildeis of the Ocean Club Con-
dominium in Fort Laudcrdale, is
presenting a two-man show featur-
ing i he paintings of Broward
County artists Peggy Arky and
Dclone Stone.
The exhibition is open to the i
public dailj from 9 a.m. until 6 .
p.m. at the Alley Gallery of the |
Ocean Club Condominium, 4020
Gall Ocean Dr. It will remain on
view through the end of Novem-
ber.
Abraham Goodman Endows
Reconstructionist Chair
Abraham Goodman, a member
Of Temple EmanU-EI of .Miami
Beach who lives In Essex Falls.
N. J.. has endowed the Abraham,
Molli > and Anna Goodman Chair
of .Modern Jewish dviHwtinn ''
the Reconstructionist Rabbinical
C ollege of Philadelphia.
Announcement of his gift was
made at the opening convocation
ot the college held at the Main
Line Reform Temple in Wynne-
wood, Pa. He helped to found
Mount Sinai \h<<\ i::il in Miami
Beach, and is ;ts former treasurer,
Zion Shabatcn Weekend Set1
For United Synagogue Youth
This weekend is a high point in ;
the month's activities conducted
by the Temple Zion I'nited Syn-
agogue Youth group. A Zion j
Shabaton weekend a sleep-in
session lean ring all-night Study
groups and rup sessions will l>e
held at the temple located at
8000 Miller Rd. Subjects to be
covered range from ethical values
to contem|)oraiy problems.
To climax the weekend, the
CSYers will hold a car wash at
the temple Sunday morning. The
entire proceeds will be used to
support the group's projects,
Miami Beach Mayor Chuck Hall, who is-
sued a proclamation designating Novem-
ber as Hadassah Membership Month, pre-
sents it to (from left) Mrs. Peter Heller, Miami
Beach Chapter publicity director; Mrs. Hy-
man Chabner, membership vice president;
Mrs. Emanuel Mentz, president, and Mrs.
Jack Miller, membership coordinator. Wom-
en of all ages are invited to join one of the
28 groups comprising the chapter which
has a total membership of some 8,000, and
participate in the communal and humani-
tarian activities of the organization, which
is celebrating its 60th anniversary this year.
The Marganiot Duo featured in the Grand Music Hall of
Israel, is currently at the Fonlainebleau Hotel and winning
top reviews. The Southern premiere of this show will con-
tinue through Nov. 25.
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Mr. and Mr?. Michael Orovitz (right) have initiated the
David Achsen Memorial Fund, named after Mrs. Orovitz'3
late father, which will be used to treat indigent cancer
patients at Mount Sinai Medical Center. Accepting the dona-
tion are Edward Shapiro (center), vice president and chair-
man of the Mount Sinai Development Fund, and Dr. Ivor
Fix, chairman of the Department of Radiation Therapy.
Mr. Orovitz, a member of Mount Sinai's Sustaining Board
of Fellows, is the son of Max Orovitz, the Medical Center's
chairman of the board.
Mrs. Eveline Leckart, president of the Golden Age Friend-
ship Club at the YM-YWHA, displays a memorial plaque
to be hung in the 'Y's "Presidents' Gallery." The plaque in
honcr of Mrs. Bella Reiter, president of the senior citizen
group for two years, was accepted by Marvin Lieberman,
assistant executive director of the Y,' who delivered a eulogy
for Mrs. Reiter to members of the club.


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Jewisti fhrkJictr
Friday. November 1"
1972
Linda Rosenkranz Becomes the Bride Of Edward Batch
Linda Carol Rosenkranz became
the bride of Edward P. Balch Sun-
day evening. Nov. 12. Rabbi Rob-
ert Orkland of Temple Israel of-
ficiated at the double-ring cere-
mony, which took place at the Sea-
coast Towers East.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles S. Rosenkranz. 8060
Hawthorne Ave., Miami Beach, se-
lected an elegant ivory silk or-
ganza gown with beaded Alencon
lace, featuring a scoop neckline,
full tucked bishop sleeves and flow-
ing chape! train. A maV*Mnf Alen-
con lace Juliet can with a triple
Start Chanukah Off
On A Healthful Note
This year be sure to start your
Chanukah off or. a healthful note
with Fleischmann's Sweet. Un-
sa'.ted Margarine. Fleischmann's.
you see. is made from lOCr corn
oil. It*s a! rates and low in saturated fats.
Kosher too. So you're assured of
Fleischmann's purity and quality.
You'll find Fleischmann's Sweet
Unsalted Margarine in your groc-
er's frozen food case. And for those
who prefer a slightly salted spread.
Fleischmann's also offers a 100'<
corn oil margarine, with just a
trace of salt added. Stock up on
i Fleischmann's enjoy, enjoy.
tier of French illusion completed
her outfit.
The bride's sister. Mrs. Barbara
Bliven. who served as her matron
of honor, was attired in a pink
satin crepe gown with scoop neck-
line ; her bridesmaids. Mrs. Shelley
Ockman and Jackie Bretan. wore
long gowns of ivory lace and pink
chiffon.
Edward's brother, Richard Balch,
' se-rved as his best man; nephew
Robert Olivera was the ringbearer
and Neil Rosenkranz and Todd
Bliven ushered. The bridal party
also inchxled the couple's parents,
the bride's grandmother. Mrs. Rose
Sugerman. and her grandfather.
Louis Rosenkranz.
Among the out-of-town guests
were Mr. and Mrs. Irving Rosen-,
kranz. Dr. and Mrs. Robert Rosen-
kranz. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rosen-
kranz. Mrs. Esta Eisen, Joe Sug-
erman. Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon
Shuster and Mrs. Helen Portnoy.
MS. tDWAKD r. BALCH
Mrs. Bulbin Atends NFTS
Biennial Meeting In NYC
Mrs. Josepn S. Bulbin of Miami.
! president of the Southeast Federa- |
! tion of Temple Sisterhoods, and r- ,
j leader in the Sisterhood of Temple
Israel. Miami has been partici- I
pating this week in the biennial !
meeting of the District Presidents 1
Council of the National Federa-
tion o' Temple Sisterhoods at j
NFTS headquarters in New York
City.
Mrs. Bulbin. a member of the
j Board of Director* of NFTS. also
1 attended the annual meeting of
j the board and presented a reoort
on the achievements and problems |
of her District.
MGMA P. KCKM
ffegma Becker To Marry
Joel G9Ustem Dec. 25
The engagement of Regina P.
Becker and Joel A. Goldstein, the
son of Jacob Goldstein of Holly-
wood, has been announced by her
nKJther. Mrs. Julius Jay Perl-
mutter, 5900 LeJeune Rd., Coral
Gables.
The wedding, scheduled for Dec.
25, win take place in the Miami
Beach home of the bride's brother,
Lawrence C. Porter. The couple
plans to live in Lombard, 111.
Yubon's The Premium Grade
Coffee From General Foods
Don't settle for second best this
month. Because that old adaso
about coffee making a 'good" meal
"perfect" is still true. That's why
it makes so much sense to serve
all your guests Yuban. the premium i
coffee of General Foods.
You'll know you're serving the
best money can buy when you
smell Yuban's deep, rich coffee
aroma. It's the kind that only
comes from using premium Colom-
bian beans carefully mellowed
to perfection. Yuban Coffee is
available in both regular and in-
stant.
Mount Sinai Medical Center was recently honored by the
Knights oi Pythias for administering free physical exariaa-
tions to 40 underprivileged boys prior to their depcrtare
for the Pythian Florida Youth Conservation Educction Camp
in Immokalee. Alvin Goldberg, Mount Sinai's director,
(right), accepts a plaque of appreciation from Ace Mic.iae!-
son, district deputy grand chancellor of the Knights o!
Pythias. This is the fourth consecutive yecr the rr.e-iiccl
center has provided free physicals through its Depot
ment of Pediatrics.
Ambassador's Ball
Names Vice Chairmen
Debra Krakow Engaged
To Richard L. Kaufman
Mrs. Miriam Mendow, 19520 ME
19th Ct., North Miami Beach, an-
nounces the engagement of her
daughter, Debra Lynn Krakow, to
Richard L. Kaufman, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Adrian Kaufman, 17900
NE 9th Place.
The bride-elect is a Secretarial
Science major at Miami-Dade
Junior College; her fiance, a
business major in textiles, has
studied at Miami-Dade Junior
College and the University of
South Florida.
The wedding date has been set
for June 3; the ceremonies will
take place at Beth Torah Con-
gregation.
Key appointments for the Am-
bassador's Ball honoring Miami
banker Harry Hood Bassett Dec.
17 at the Fontainebleau Hotel
were announced this week by
Tibor Hollo and Harold Friedman,
cochairman of the dinner-dance
salute to Israel's 25th anniversary
of independence.
Selected as vice chairmen were
Lewis Cohen. Stanley C. Tatf.
Isidore Wollowick. Leonard Luria.
Ii ving Newman, Congressman-
elect William Lehman and Robert
JL. Siegel.
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Gerson were
I named chairmen of the arrange-
! ments committee, and Mr. and
Mrs. Ted Bodin were selected as
chairmen of the reservations com-
mittee.
Members of the host committee
foi the Ambassador's Ball, which
this year will climax the social
season of the Jewish o |
I of Greater Miami and bnna tci
close the most successful Isndl
| Bonds campaign in histo.y. *il
i gather at the Fontfcincbi-^ Detj
i for a champagne reception.
Guest ot nonor at the "*tiij
will be Ambassador Gideor Rafa I senior political acvisor o th
i Foreign Minister of Isnel an
former envoy tc the lll |
; tions.
Ambassador Rafael a
address leaders the H^;: Ri
i Cabinet of the Israel BmJ
Organization Dec. i. His lisil ia
is being coo:-cir...n-d b> RiSi
Mayer Abramcwiu. chai, -jji d
special events; Rabti Irving L4
man, chairman of the bvu-d i
governors; Rabbi Leon KrotB
national chairman of the Rat
Cabinet for Israil Bora; a
Milton M. Parson, dire;:,:
Greater Miami.
Planning meeting for Ambassador's Ball, climaxing the 1972 Israel Bonds
campaign in Greater Miami and saluting Israel's 25th anniversary, brings
together these key South Florida community leaders. Seated, left to right,
are Dr. Leon Kronish, national chairman of the Israel Bonds Rabbinic
Cabinet; Tibor Hollo, cochairman of the Dec. 17 dinner-dance; Harold
Friedman, cochairman; Congressman-elect William Lehman, a cochair-
man. Standing, left to right, are Israel Bonds director Milton M. Parson;
Gary Gerson, chairman with Mrs. Gerson of arrangements commi 8*
Ted Bodin, chairman with Mrs Bodin of reservations committee; "^
Newman, president of Beth Torah Congregation and a vic1e<:1?aT?^-.
Robert Macht, senior vice president oi the First National Bank 0-J. "~n
and Dr. Mayer Abramowitz, chairman oi special events for Israel ^" ",
Greater MiamL The black tie function will honor Miami banKer
Hood Bassett.


Friday. November 17, 1972
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Enjoy A Chanukah Latke Feast
Who knows for sure
when and cake* with apple sauce in them
Shirley Btwh has been ap-
pointed d tect< r of Public Rela-
tion* lor the Development Of-
fia of Florida Memorial Col-
lege. according t i i>r. Boyal W.
Pnrjrear, president of the college.
Miss Basd) was formerly em-
l"nit.-d Nation-.
Ni a Vorfc, in Public Relation-:
the Greater Miami Chamber of
- assistant managei
for Inten Affairs. Eco-
ent. and To'tr-
Ism Action CorrTiittees; the
inteet k ti mi Center of Dad
r ir ol Public Re-
ations, and
- United F
i. partment.
Adele Mann, who has been ap-
po nt d consultant to the Flo 4 11
Memo I College De elop
Department, has b< en actiw >
lm lived in the community for
15 years as chairman "f the
il the Nat: n '
C icil of 3 ish Women: or-
/.- and in of the
I ;e Type Proj I for the Na-
.,; O :' '"i-'1 Wi m n
I !! organiz r 'or "Lift line."
i- Mental Health Assoc
suicide : ev< nt on program, and
a member of MHA's Education
and Volunteer Service Commit-
t -

Two top ol is ol South
Florida's Jon
Bank ha< in' ited to as-
sist 1 la, authoi l-
ties ii '!; up a new I i
diS] : I l.-nuc Wil-
son, exi tor, ;i\v.\ Har-
old o. fattier, chairman of the
l i flew to the South Amer-
lc apita S laj at the In-
tion of Ir. Jorge Cavaeller,
president of the Colombian Red
Cross.
.>
Jefferson Capital Corp., com-
mercial finance subsidiary of
Jefferson Bancorp., Inc.. a res-
ist' red bank holding company.
ha- appointed Ray O. Ortega to
the position of senior vice presi-
dent of the company, according
to an announcement made by
Leonard H. Ztgman, president
Mr. Ortega comes to Jefferson
Capital Corp. from Walter E.
Heller & Company, where lie
served as \ire president and
manager of the New Orleans.
La. Division.
-
Caesar L^iMoaaoa and his band
return to Miami's Bayf-ont
Bandshell Nov. 29 for the 1972-
73 eries of Wednesday and Vn-
da> concerts in the park. The
City of Miami will sponsor 51
of the 56 programs; the other
five are sponsored by trust
funds of the recording Indus-
ti t-

Philip u. << ler oerson-
nel tfficer of 1 i -" Bank of
h, has beer pro-
i to assistant cash! i
cording to Theodore Kcir/.H.
ex< cutive vice i i sldent.
ia Alrlin will operate 15
hts >ver the lower
i i Coast on Thanks lying
cend for the benefit of Va-
riets Chi I H ispital. On
.day. Nov 25, a iet will
di irt erj on the hour
from 8a i "' |8P witn
tv(i ext 8:15 am-
and 2:15 p.m.
Cr *
nek Wpody. superintendent
or 'he Miami Beach Recreation
Division, announces that on
Thursday. Dec. 7, at 2 p.m..
Mrs. Sara llfllmil will picsciil
a timely and informative book
review on young iieople in to*
day's WOrW at the South Shore
Community Cent !r, R33 Sixth St.,
Miami Beach. The lxx>k by IHek
BnhaT Is entitled "Turned-On"
and was on the best seller list for
many months.
Miamians Kolxrt Becker and
Kolx-rt I-elJocHf won lour first
I lace awards in the recent 37tb
Annual Salon of the Florida
Professional Photographers c>m-
petition in ci lando. Mr. Becker,
son Of K. Allan Becker, main-
tains studios in Miami's Dacie-
laml Mall and on Arthur God-
frey Rd Miami Beach.
Kichurd P"K". a vice president
at the Carner Bank of Miami
Beach, presented one of the first
place awards to Frank Valcnchis
for his Oil painting at the recent
Allied Art Show. Edna Keaaler
took a first prize tor her work
in water colors. The Carrier
Bank of Miami Beach sponsore .
this > ai's awards for the sec-
ond year in a row. Participants
were from the Allied Art Club
of North Miami.
A contemporary exhil Itlon de-
signed to Introduce the South
Florida community to the recent
international boom in graphics
production is scheduled from
Wednesday, Nov. J'2. through
Monday, dan. l. at the Univer-
sity ol Miami's Lowe Art Mu-
seum. Included in the exhibition
are works by North and South
American. European and Asian
artists Joseph AllM-rs. Jasper
Johns, Paul Jenkins. Nicholas
kriisclii'ilic!., Louise Nevelson,
i'inilip Pearbtein, Ed ffirihi.
LaiTJ Ki\>-r>, Victor Yasarcley,
Peter Alexander, Tom DeLap.
< raii; Kaoffman, Ivor Abra-
hams, Dereb Boshii r. Rohiu
Dinny, John llovlaml and Jane
Logeman. '. le Lowe is opet
noon to 5 p.m., Monday thro h
!. Iday, 10 a m. to > i> m. Satur-
and -' to 5 p.m., Sunday,
i< no admission charge.
it
Juj Lotftppicfc, president of the
i Lotspeich Co., was
one of thn four Am i ican -
,i the recent World Thermal
and Acoustical Convention in
Brussels. Mr. Lotspeich spoke to I
the world-wide delegates on the I
"organizational aspects of sell- ,
ing interior components".
- i
Temple Students
Fast For Chavez
Students from Temple Beth Am. ;
Temple Israel. Temple Beth Sho-'
lorn and Temple Judea will begin [
1 a fast Friday in sympathy with
! the United Farm Workers, accord-
ing to the Southeastern Federa-
tion of Temple Youth (SEFTY).
Members of the Greater Miami
Reform congregations will break
their fast with Cesar Chavez, na-
tional director of the AFL-CIO
affiliate, at a rally Saturday at
7 p.m. at the Bayfront Park Band-
shell.
Mr. ('have/, whose campaign to
boycott non-union lettuce has at-
tlacted national attention, is in
Florida to meet with workers
fiom the sugar cane industry.
how the custom of latkes for Chan-
ukah begin but now It's al-
most as much a part of the stsaeka
as the nightly lighting of the
Menorab.
What kind of latkes? Potato, of
course, served with refreshing ap-
ple sauce. And even if the latkes
lake a little time and effort to pre-
pare, the apple sauce doesn't! Just
open a iar from Mott's and you
i delicious apple sauce, made
from a blend of apples to give the
best flavor, all ready to use.
This year offer the family some-
thing new after they've bad their
fill ol potato latkes tender, deli-
cat< ly-flavored cottage cheese pan-
Works Of Perl man
And Grodensky At
Lowe-Levinson
Glass sculptor Herman Perl
and Samuel Grodensky, a well-
known local painter, were guests .
ol honor at n champagne recep-
tion opening their joint exhibition
in 'he Lowe-Levinson Art Gallei
>f Temple Beth Sholom this wi ek
ie ording to Judy Drucker, direr-
tor of the gallery. The exhibit will
be on display through Dec. 2.
Mr. I'erlman. (57. began his pro-
fessional career with Wall Disney
Studios. He has immortalized In
.las- such famous figures as John
K. Kennedy, Eleanor Roos 'veil
tin l. ither King. David Ben-
Ion and Albert Einstein, and
ral "' his works arc display I
in the White Housi
: (i. nsky, a graduate of
the National Academy of DesJ
in New York, the CI '.eland Insti-
tute of Art and the University of
Miami, has numi rous one-man
-how- to his credit, He maintains
idio in Coconut Grove.
Maxwell House Coffee
A Chanukah Tradition
Certain things are today con-
; skiercd "traditional" in Jewish
homes, On- of these is Maxwell
: House Coffee. Because Maxwell
i House's "good to the last drop"
flavor never varies. Like an old.
trusted friend it's always nice to
have Maxwell House close by. And
, what better time to show your|
Chanukah guests you care than
I right now. as we approach this
e.vtive holiday?
Vc.n. it's good to know that Jewish
honemakers can still enjoy a time-
proven favorite like Maxwell House
."offee. Available in both instant
ind regular, Maxwell House is the
traditional way to crown all your,
meals this and every month.
as well as on them. They're qui k
to make, nutritious, and less work
than peeling and grating all those
potatoes). Use a handy 25-OX. Jar
of Mott's Apple Sauce, when you
make the pancakes about half
in the batter, the rest as a topping.
And even after Chanukah. you'll
enjoy making thi.se pancakes foi
brunch or as a special dessert.
APPLE SAUCE AMI
COTTAGE CHEESE PANCAKES
1 cup i Sib.) small-curd cottage
chees
2 i g :-
l Jar t25 oz.) Mott's Apple Sauce
l tii'.s. sugar
1 tsp, cinnamon
a Up. -all
1 pun fl >"r
', tap. baking soda
Oil for frying
Combine cottage cheese and
- and in-at until well mixed
Stir In 1-'-' cups apple sauce,
-ugar. cinnamon and salt. Add
Hour and '"aking .
'I about 2 tabtespo
each pancake and
until golden. St
apple sauce. M
pancaki -
.
POTATO LATREs
4 large pitato -
1 me ii : n onioi
2 eggs, slight!)
1 t. aspoo i sail
] 8 teaspoon p
3 i
I'
'. 'i. 15 oz.i v
Cos ati
mixing bow
i'. ate onion intt
salt and pepper. S
Hour so that batti
Heat about "i il I. -
skillet and drop in f
by tab! spoons. .1
brown and crls [
Serve with apple |
to 6 servings.
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Poston, Myers Elected By
Dade-Monroe Delegation
TATA Threatens Legal Sanctions Against Israel
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Ralph Poston has been ton served a two-year term in the
i chairman of the Senate slate House of Representatives
,ion representing Dado and before being elected to the upper
,. Counties, chamber.
During the last session he was
chairman of the Senate Committee
(li Roads and Highways and
served on the .National Resources
and Conservation Committee.
Health and Welfare Committee,
and the Commerce Committee.
Two years ago he was named to
the President's National Safety
VUvisory Committee.
Poston was elected to the
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delegation this week
nt Pla/a Hotel where
leth Myers was also
the vice chairman of
pon.
ISO members are ex- |
meet later to select
nan.
enator since 196t>. Pos-
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in 1941
Presents by Popular Demand an Extra
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V

with Leading Stars of the Met.
La Scala. Paris S Vienna State Opera Companies.
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MONDAY, FEB. 12,1973
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JERUSALEM (JTAi An
official of the International Air
Transport Association (IATA)
saiil its taxation subcommittee
will recommend "legal sanctions
or proceedings against the state
of Israel'- to force revocation
of its travel tax said to be the
highest,;n the world,.
Joseph Di Palma, subcommit-
tee chairman, issued the warn-
ing at a meeting of local inter-
national airline representatives
in Tel Aviv. He told a press con-
ference thai the tax was "anti-
social, prohibitive and discrim-
inatory" anil said it violated
international aviation accords
which Israel has signed.
A spokesman lor Transport
Minister Shimon Peres said
afterwards that iata had no
rlghi to Intervene in any gov-
ernment's taxation policy. Is-
rael's travel ta\ amounts to
ti.45 plus 10% of the air tare,
I depending on destination.
Mr. Di Palma. a tax lawyer
and an executive of Trans-
World Airlines, said the Israeli
tax was invalid becainx by tax-
ing travel to foreign countries
isia, i was assuming extra-
territorial lights it did not have.
He said the tax was "anti-social
. because the rich will travel in
' any case" and because "certain
i segments of the population are
exempted and others are re-
imbursed lea use it is tax-
deduct ible."
According to i>i Palma, the
travel tax largely violated the
middle class workers' freedom
to travel. He said discrimination
resulted becarse Israel permits
special tax iedietions on travel
to certain cot ntries such as
Cyprus, Rumania. Kenya and
Ethiopia, But the iata official
did not s| ecify w hal type of
sanction'; his sub-committee
would recommend.
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really like coffee
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*Jenist norid/ian
Friday, November 17.1972
He is a good Temple member, lives an exemplary life, is a devoted husband and father. 1
' But he is neglecting an important moral obligation.
He has not yet made his cemetery arrangements. Like other
moral and spiritual obligations, these arrangements must
not be forgotten. By planning ahead, decisions can be made
calmly. They can be made without emotional pressure.
They can be made wisely, and they can be made together
as a family. If you have not yet fulfilled this obligation to
your family, we urge you to do so now. In this way, you
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Today, November 17. 1972
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Page 13^C
Yaffa Yarkoni To Star In
Shalom 25 Concert Dec. 9
Saturday, night, Dec. 9, will be
....I' night at the Miami
j.. Auditorium.
fa Yarkoni, who is coming
mil Israel, will be featured
Shalom 25 Concert" pre-
by Young Israel of Greater
and produced and directed
I Kaduri, the well-known
, (if Israeli oriented shows.
featured in the concert
luardo Adiaman, an in-
i lional singing star; Bernie
|. the comedian and David
] md his orchestra.
Yarkoni, a Sabra whose
become a household
, rd in Israel, is considered the
- top Israel: CBS recording
: interpreter of her peo-
ii. She first entertained
the Israeli War of Indc-
nci when she was a member
i .uned Forces, singing and
i ith an army entertain-
| (Hip.
with more than 40 long
playing albums, 10 children's al-
bums and over 40 single records
to her credit alone, Miss Yarkoni
must, rank as the world's most
r corded female siimiin; !.-
These figures do not include her
current contract with Columbia
j Records in the United States,
Mr. Adiaman presents an ex-
plosive one-man show, singing a
zestful blend of the old and new
in song. Hounding out this exciting
evening of song and fun will be
Bernie Berns and David Lester,
v, ho has conducted at the Deau-
ville Hotel for such stars as Tom
.'ones. Aliza Kashi and Sammy
il Jr.
Tickets for "Shalom 25 Conceit"
j are available at the Auditorium
1 Box Office, at Young Israel of
Creator Miami. 990 NE 171 St.,
North Miami Beach, or through
Arie Kaduri. They may also be
'oidered by mail. All seats are
, reserved and donations are tax
deductible.
Jack H. Brown Is Bank's
iSew Advertising Manager
.Tack H. Brown has been ap-
kointed advertising manager of
painett Bank of Miami Beach.
|N A, according to an announce-
neilt made this week by Harvey
G Ziegler, the bank's executive
'.ft president and senior market-
ing officer.
A graduate of the American
institute of Banking, Mr. Brown
MU an Accounting major at Tem-
lie University in Philadelphia. He
pan his banking career in Phil-
Iphia with the old Corn Ex-
fchangt National Bank and joined
pjiiTittt three years ago.
Active in many community and
Vatcmal organizations, Jack is
\t>.tident of Hatikvah Lodge, B'nai
B'rith; board member of Greater
toiami Men's ORT; member of
lewish War Veterans. Post 330.
H-ti on the faculty of B'nai B'rith
College. He is also an assistant
editor of "Action," the Barnett
Bank corporate magazine for its
2700 employees.
Mrs. Jay Dermer To Speak
On The Festival of Lights'
Lincoln-Miami Beach Chapter,
Women's League for Israel, will
meet Tuesday at 12:30 p.m., at 100
Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, accord-
ing to Mrs. Fran Resnick, presi-
dent. Mrs. Jay Dermer, one of the
honorary life members, will de-
liver an address on the Chanukah
Festival the Festival of Lights,
which has a traditional and his-
torical background. The public is
invited; refreshments will be
served.
HEBREW ACADEMY
THRIFT SHOP
Needs Your Good, Used
Clothing, Furniture, Appliances, Carpets
Dishes, Pots and Pans, Bric-a-Brac
And What Have Youl
CALL 5326421 FOR PICK-UP
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Single Senior Citizens
Travel Together
10 Day j Cruise
Ring in the "New Year" on the
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Call: 865-9826 ***&*!*
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16*6-79.h St. CAUSEWAY LOBBY OF NEW CENTER BUIIDINO
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SS NIEUW AMSTERDAM IS REGISTIRED IN THE NETHERLANDS .
Israeli singing star and record-
ing artist Yaffa Yarkoni enter-
tains her audience attired in the
uniform of Israel's Defense
Forces.
Mrs. Tillie L. Schwartz, chair-
man, (right) and her cochair-
man, Mrs. Murray Alman have
announced plans for the South-
gate Group of Hadassah's an-
nual Hadassah Medical Orga-
nization (HMO) champagne
luncheon to be held Thursday,
Dec. 14, at noon in the Gigi
Room of the Fontainebleau
Hotel.
Al B'NAI B'RITH CELEBRATION
Mrs. Horwitz
Main Speaker
Approximately 51 lodges and 34
Women's Chapters will celebrate
the 129th birthday of B'nai B'rith
at the Deauville Hotel Sunday.
, Nov. 26. at 7 p.m. Over 3,000
, persons are expected to attend.
The bill In la\ evi nl Is s|)onsored
' by the B'nai B'rith Council of
' South Florida Lodges, Judge How-
ard Npu, president, and the Brow-
ard-Palm Beach Council of B'nai
B'i ith, ira Catz, president.
The main speaker will be Mrs.
Arthur Horwitz, president of Dis-
trict Five B'nai B'rith Women of
South-Eastern United States. Mrs.
Horwitz, who is prominent as a
communal and civic worker, will
report on the accomplishments of
I International B'nai B'rith, the
I largest Jewish service organization
in the world, with more than
550,000 members in 46 countries
around the world.
Entertainment highlights of the
evening's program will include a
special dramatization by Henry
Howard, TV and stage star, the
Mark III Combo, well-known
throughout Southern Florida, who
will present "Fiddler on the Roof"
in song and music.
Herman Nudelman, president of
Freedom Lodge, general chairman
of the 129th birthday celebration
for the fourth year, is also a mem-
ber of B'nai B'rith District Grand
Lodge No. 5 Board of Governors.
Associate chairmen are Bernard
Austin, George Kotin and Samuel
Pascoe, Honorary chairmen we
Bert Brown, president of the Flor-
ida Association of B'nai B'rith
Lodges, and George Valentine.
Flora Sinick, former president
ol Chad Women's Chapter anil the
.Miami Beach Council of B'nai
B'rith Women, i.s In charge <;l
usherettes. Many state. distl i
and national dignitaries have Ih.i
invited as special guests.
Rose Halprin, nationally prorni
nent Zionist leader, has beer
named as Hadassah's national
chairman for Israel Bonds. In
her new post Mrs. Halprin wil
lead the activities of Hadassah
chapters in the sale of Israel
Bonds.
THANK
YOU
"My heartfelt thanks for allowing me to
continue to represent you in Tallahassee.
I pledge to continue working for the
best interests of the people and
appreciate the trust you have placed in me.
I will votealways keeping in mind
our community's needs."
^ Ralph
Poston
SENATE
DISTRICT 38
(DADE-MONROE COUNTIES)
DEMOCRAT
1900 ACRES
SUITABLE FOR DEVELOPMENT
V/z MILES FRONTAGE ON U.S. 441 OKEECHOBEE COUNTY
OUTSTANDING TERMS THAT GIVE THE LEVERAGE
DESIRED BY THE SOPHISTICATED INVESTOR.
EXCELLENT INVESTMENT
AT'550 PER ACRE
FOR MORE DETAILED INFORMATION
CONTACT:
HAROLD T. GOFFE,
361 South County Road. Palm Beach. Fla. 33480
Office 655-5473
Nights & Weekend* 848-6543
Realtor


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Page 14-C
"*Jknist fhrkMaan
Friday. November \1
Cortina Elected By
Dade Federal Savings
Ronald H. Lipton, president ol eli lion <: Angel Ccrtina, Jr. to
Dade Federal Savings and Loan the post of vice president and
tAasociqtion, has announced the trollcr,
Mr. Cortina, originally from
Cuba, i- a graduate of Miami
Senior Hiuh School and the I'ni-
> :~iiv ol Miami and is a ('PA in
the State of Florid,-.
After service In the U.S. Army
as a Finance Officer, Mr. Cortino
was discharged In 1959 as a Sec-
ond Lieutenant, He served e'ghl
years in th>' U.S. Army Reserve,
and attained the rank of Captain.
Formerly a principal in the ac-
counting firm ol Ftaskins St Sells.
Mr. Cortina is a member of the
American Institute of Certified
Public Accountants, Florida Insti-
tute of Certified Public Account-
ants, and the Broward County
Chapter of Florida Institute of
Certified Public Accountants. In
additii n. he has served a~ a mem-
ber of the Securities and Exchange
Commission Committee of the
F.I.C.P.A. and Broward County
Chapter of F.I.C.P.A.
A.VCK CORTINA, rt.
Queen Elizabeth 2 New Offering
Kosher Kitchen And Dining Room
Hebrew Academy PTA leaders planning Sunday night's
Chanukah Latke party at the Forte Towers are, (from left
to right) Mrs. Leonard Gritz, president of the PTA; Mrs.
Henry Stern. Mrs. Morris Waldman. Mrs. Emanuel Festoff
and Mrs. Joshua Lehrer. The P p.m. celebration will fo'low
a week-long toy sale at the Greater Miami Hebrew Acad-
emy conducted by the PTA.
The above lithograph by Saiah Churchill is one of 125
works cf art being offered at the second annual art auction
sale sponsored by the Gold Coast Chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women in the Palace Playhouse of the Seacoast Towers
East, 5151 Collins Ave., Miami Beach Saturday night. The
collection will be previewed at 7 p.m.; the auction will start
at 8 p.m. Chagail, Picasso, Lebadang, Dali, Cezanne and
Boulanger will be represented. There will also be originals
by exciting newomers.
Additional plans for the Queen
Elizabeth i! s Silver Anniversary
Cl tiset to Israel on April 14 and
\ i! 29 hajve been announced by
Oscar R. Rudnick, president of
Assured Travel Services, Inc., of
Worcester, Mass.
The Columbia Dining Room oi
the Queen Elizabeth 2 will be re-
>. red exclusively for Kosher food
and services, under the supervis-
ion of the Vaad Harabonim of New
England, Rabbi Samuel I. Korff,
Rabbinic Administrator, Mr. Rud-
nick reported.
The Kosher kitchen will function
completely independent of the
other kitchens on board during
those cruises, enabling as many
a- tiki Kosher meals to be served, j
A $4-' million alteration pro-
gram on the Que. n Elizabeth 2 \
is for Its dining facilities kitchens
etc.. will insure that ail passen-'
gcrs. Including those in tin- Kosher
dinine room, will be served at one
sitting eliminating long wait-
big periods and different enter-
tainment schedules.
During the Passover Cruise. Mr.
Rednick said, an ela')orate Seder!
will be held on board ship assur-
ing the fulfil'ment of the tradi-,
il rites during this holiday.
The Cunard lir.er will dock in
A&hdod and Haifa. It will be the
first and only time during 197'
thai a passenger ship will be able
to tie up on the pier in Israel's
new port of Ashftod, south of Tel
,\> lv -o that siahtseeine tours t i
The Rabbinical Council of New England has grouted a
official certificate under the KVH Kashruth Program -
CunaTd Line to operate the Kosher department on the Que^
Elizabeth 2, directed by Assured Travel Services. Fiom '.?-
tc right are Rabbi Alex Weisfogel, president of Vaad H .
bonim cf New England (Rabbinical Council of New Er.-.
land). Philip Rudnick, vice president of Assured Travel Str-
and Rabbi Abraham Halbfinqer, preside-it of Vrri
icss
Harabonim of Massachusetts 'Rabbinical Council of Mcs-;-
chusetts).
Jerusalem, the Nogev and I
South can he accomplished with
\t--e and comfort for the Queen
Elizabeth -' will occupy practically
the entire dock area the. an
area comparable to three football hirino its 23th Sil<
field*. v;"v "
"I! i'i b a .. I
ael," Mr. Ri Ini lied
'here he a hotter _
.v lh the Great Shin I
'.' In :' let, in I
is the onlj wav to I
Leaders of the Cuban Hebrew-Israel Dinner
of Slate at the Fontainebleau Hotel which
sold a record S850.000 in Israel Eonds look
over the S.ate of Israel Atzmaut (indepsnd-
ence) Award presented to Aron and Ena
Yuken. From left are Moreno Habif, presi-
dent of the Cuban Hebrew Israel Bond cam-
paign; Mr. Yuken; Dr. Pablo Tachmes. din-
ner chairman and president of the Cuban
Hebrew Congregation of Miami Beach- ::
Yukon; Israel Gen. Shlcmo Gazit, coords-
tor cf the Arab occupied tenitcries; an
ton M. Parson, director cf the Greater Miami
Isiael Bonds Organization. The banque.
liah'.ed the celebration of Israel's 25th cr.r.i-
versary cf independence by membt
the Cuban Jewish community here.
A nnouncement
Because of heavy increases in all departments of
our operation, we have been forced to make a modest
adjustment in our subscription prices. The new prices
effective Sept. 1, 1972 are $8.00 for one year's sub-
scription and $15.00 for a two-year subscription.
The Jeu i-.li I hii iiliim
North Miami Beach Mayor David M. Lap-
ham signs a special proclamation designa-
ting November 1972 as American Jewish
Congress Month. Watching are Norih Dade
Women's Division American Jewish Con-
gress leaders including Ifrom left to right)
Mrs. Samuel Lewis, president, Mar-Len
Chapter; Mrs. Murray Tepper, president,
Sidney '"*
Florida Women's Division; Mis. -
berg, president, Point East Chapter; Mrs.
Meyetson. life membership cha,rmn'rhtir>
Sigmund Weis=. president. Jade W.nds,u*
ter, and Mrs. Irving Danzig, membership
chaiiman.


November 17. 1972
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Page 15-C
3rd Congress Includes 12 Jews
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Chi
XiVrON (JTAt At
Bnd iHissibly 13 Jewish
en "ill take places in
.,' ol Koprcscntativcs
931*1 Congress convene".
v. according to a survey
i\\ This number equals
-..s m the Just-ended 92nd
Bnd Is two fewer than
er f l-l in Hbe
. .,n of the 90th Congress
Date's two Jewish mem-
I] K. Javits iR.N.Y.p and
a i'.ibicoff (D-Conn.)
up foi re-electton. Their
i in 1975. The record
: Jewish Senators was
i in 1967, when Ernest
i D.Alas. I was a member
i Rtblcoff and Javits.
>ed to the House were
Abzug. Edward I. Koch.
L. Podell, Benjamin S.
and Lester L. Wolff of
i C"it>: Sidney R. Yatcs
-lmi; Joshua Eilberg of
lia. and Sam Steiger of
.ui are Democrats except
who is a Republican.
eete were Elizabeth
ol Brooklyn, X. Y..
ill 111 of .Miami and Ed
ol I >wa City, all Dem-
tiiiversial Airs. Abzug
in ii iac" in which three
railiii '.iles weie Jewish.
' and fourth were
itc Flatto Levy IR) and
Michelman (Cons.).
11-year-old Har-
Sehool graduate, de-
'I Celler. 84, a vet-
yeai b In the House.
Jewish, was the Influ-
in ol the Judiciary
. Beaten by Miss Holtz-
e Democratic primary,
--: e election campaign
era] Party line.
ky. a lawyer, defeated
Fred Schwengel In
years ago Schwbngel
beai Mezvinsgy by less than 800
votes, but ibis time the winner
had the University of Iowa stu-
dent vole. The Congressman-elect.
3J. is the younger brother of
fS'orton ..Mcy.vinsk.v. former direc-
tor of the anti-Zionist Ami i lean
Council for Judaism and ore ol
Seven men who recently sued the
United Jewish Appeal and the
United Israel Appeal on back-tax
grounds. Ed Me/.vinsky reportedly
opposes his brother's Middle Kast
views.
JEWISH CASUALTY
A major Jewish casualty was
Rep. Abner J. Mlkva, Chicago
Democrat, who lost, us.oob-
111.000. to Republican Samuel H.
Ifoung, a corporate lawyer. Mlkva,
:. veteran of 10 years in the
Illinois Legislature and four in
Congress, was handicapped by fac-
ing a new electorate. The 46-year-
old Congressman's old Soulhsiile
territory was divided into three
parts and among other House
members. Mlkva moved himself
ir.d his family 20 miles north to
Evanaton and ran in the affluent
suburbs as a supporter of Mc-
Govern.
Besides Mikva and Caller, Jew-
ish Congressmen i ol returning are
Seymour Ilalpern. Queens. N. Y.
Republican, who is retiring ai 39
after 11 years in Congress, and
James II. Scheuer, Bronx X. Y..
Democrat, who lost in the pri-
mary in a rcapportioncd district.
Democrat Richard L. Oltnger.
millionaire former Congressman.
apparently lost a bid to unseat
Republican Peter A. Peyser, in a
new district in Vv'estchester
( ounty, X. Y.. but a recount was
begun. Five Jewish candidates for
Congress in California lost. They
were Michael Shapiro. Luther
Mandel. Mark Novak, Bruce Wolfe
and Roger Boas. In Massachusetts
the most anti-war state in the
notion and the only one captured
by McGovem Martin A. Linsky
bituan'es
STEIN
7.\ mi Mliiml Bench. pax*
) Wednesday, I'ani, li.-r.-
t'.m Ni-'\ fork, sit,- ivni
f H la in \r inxBi.'in Far
I | Pioneer Women cm.
ui>. Workmen"* i 'Iroii
li >* and the Zlmmer Chora

- I .-..>i ,.r HnetlllKX-nn
ii, \ v. anil Irving, towi I*-
S Daughter, Mrs. Ucrnlci
11. Yi'iikor*. X.Y. anil r. graild-
Servicex were Thurxdny hi
'i. 1 li:i|.,-l. Allnn It'iail
Mi. Sinai Cemetery
. hulnick. si,lit.-v. -..;. of Miami
1:. m ii Riverside.
ENICK. An.- K-Uill!l. l.~>. Iliv, l.-iil,
'URSIN. Illnnehe .Mini. 64, of Miami
I'., ..-Ii Rlveraide.
3RENMAN. Abraham B. US. of MS
Meridian Ave. Rlaxlierst.
]EREZ, ftiurcnlu, ;.. of 705 Ath St
Illvcrxldc.
.TRAUS, Edna, ''4. .,f 214". rjike
Pnin.m.-t I >r Riverside.
BIARS. Iruin. 6R. !":"> Venetian Way.
IlinabcrK.
3REWSTER. Samuel A 79, of At B
Riverside
COOPER. Howard, 51. of X -\l R.
Levitt.
DICKSTEIN. Sarnh T., '. D232
Abhoii Ave.. Rurfxlde, NVwinnn,
l\i | FARBER. .loseph. 71. 1355 K.W. l III
Si. flordon, Interment Ml Sinai
Miami Bench, paxxeil GOLDBERG. Alii..I. M. of II..Ilyu.....I.
W. iliicxdny. ('ami here 32 \ pvlll
- -in Chlciuro. Survived hj GROBMAN. Snnhla. *2. of Mlnml
i. son. Prnnk Ikiui-r of mvrMi,|, r.itermenf Star of David
L .':' J: ", ''aiiddauj.-lii.,.-. LUCK (;,,.u.. :,; .vi.i:. River-
f- \\ iin,. Uaui r of i Ti ion r.i
luliu- llnuer ..r Israel. Slate
Emmj Kruener of .Miami Rer
I held Friday at Tin
Mi i'Impel Ah,,n Kil. later
An Xelm iVmelery.
I\(,
BEF.MAN. Mnrv, BS, I""" Wesl Av< .
M I! Rlvei -..I-
Hvr>E. ll. mlna. 75. Soil Collins
Ave M I'.. Riverside.
KOMITO .la, I.. 78. of Slll'l'siil.-.
Itlvorxld).
S'SKIN. Samuel, "H, IS.M N'orth
ll- nil fl i v.i. ii I n-.. M.fl. River-
'.'^'.'"n".,''"- X'i:......'v"* Ui'IlMAM. ruhecM-n, 74. of M R.
HKii} llaii ~ sii, mime here i -i\-. ._i,i,-
v ^"i!'"i"' 'V' ,!J1"' \\:'" S COl.EN. Anna.-". I "" <.....nil Dr..
'** utL'* mn.:i:: ,:i:.;-'> ..........'"s,;--"f
l-':-ii... Rhe is survived by KaSOw M.iiIimii ffli S4S1 Rri'-kell
e*snU. I.a.,i.I a BOn Julius KAXv7:,.v,|.!,i Ini.vni.ni Mt. Sinai.
[oral i.ui.i,.-: daufchl- KAY .,-, fi3 ,.,.-, ;is, Si ai.iv
n ami Martha. ; irrnnd- : ,.-V..,!.;,t,'.
. ..f Ml'.. Rlver-
lT,n C w u, '; NIMTZOWITZ. llavvy. .!' Ml'- Wv.
k'Ti, ,,.i : ii ':'rm"'; Mde interment Mt Xebo,
PUIt nd a hy ll.i, vniaI, A POLLAK, .,,.i,., v,, 1-,;:. WaMlinn
tr'..';.' K'nl '** [' ,MI?ml ,.. Av.'.. M II. I vi-<
I,!" 'M,r"- Winnie Wcinsl.in POLLOCk |>..va. of -M. H. Rlv.-i -side
Inn ,:..., ,,. Anna Hash.- '^tZEEStVp.e.
c'X-i-i Funeral services were .-whtinsky irvin- I 8. SW4f N.E.
tel :",hT',"- ,!-'"-~i''" S^V"-' ""7h S? SM.It"Riverside.
I*,;; vk''!T'' '" '"k''" : SMETTER. Fred. 71. WS4 S.W. ilsl
Ntinornl Park.
hfiELO, Ktiiet. r n.ni, Weal
Rlnnloa,
lTEiN. Harry i-:.. ft. "' Miami
IJ Klverslde.
fN. II. vn;,,,! T>i. of Unllyw.....I
f; Hmii.,ii, ii::. (.f i:,m; sw
'ii.rdon. Inierni.nl Mt.
J- N'nthiin, ;-.. at Till Wayne
ii. rside.
I1-' an. 75, of 505 Colllna Av
f u,
Ntz. Alexander, (S, < '"">
?. Illvi rslde
Max, v::. ,,r i-..; Collins
..T-i.l...
pITCH. Knmiiuel. .,.; ..1
' Jiin Si. Rlnsherfr,
{ ny, T-. ,,r si- Ortega Av<
I liu. vni, hi .\n Nebo,
SME
St. Rlnabenr.
STRAUSS. Anna. RS. I744M) V\ HSM
liny, linnlon.
BOIKO. Ziil- lasdore, 5X, "i Puerto
Rieii. Rlversl.le Ini.riiieiil Alt.
KRELL. Anna. ST. SIM CoMIlM Av, .
AI .11. IllaslieriJ.
, MFVFUSON. l-sl.-lle. 7'.'. "if Ro-Monl
Dardens, Levitt.
MOEO. I'lara Rlllli. '!. nf I lallamlale.
Riverside.
, SHAPIRO. Al'.-rls. 77. 11SS S.W 7ili
St Hi .r.l.. n
SHAhfS. Frank, 77. of Al Ii River-
| Sl.le.
COHEN. Fanny, M. of Alii. River-
aide, Interment Btar of David.
CUTLER. Anna. .!" N.AI.l'. NeMllian
GREENFIELD. Illeim N.al of
.Miami Riverside.
I R.i losl his bid to unseat the
Rev. Robert F. Drinan (D.) of
I Newton, a Jesuit priest. Linsks.
' > member of the State Legislature,
and Fr. Diinan are both out-
spoken liberals, and the Incumbent
has been strong in support ot Jew-
ish causes. According to Fr.
Ltinan's office, he received ri0',
ol the vote, Linsky -I5r, and John
"i Collins. Ind.-Cons.. .V; .
iiisst WOMAN
Karen S, Burl tein. a ,''.0-.vear-old
lawyer of the Ninth District
iLong Island), became the first
Democrat and the first Nassau
County woman to reach the New
York State Senate. Mrs. Nanette
Dembitz (D.i lost a bid to be the
first woman on the State Court of
Appeals.
In Alabama, Jewish lawyer and
.Slate legislator Ben P.'rdreich (D.>
| of Birmingham failed to unseat
Rep. John H. Buchanan. Jr. (R. i.
Of that city, a former pastor who
is strongly pro-Israel. In Michigan.
Slate Appeals Court Judge Charles
Levin won easily, but Daniel
.Cooper, the Democratic Con-
I gressional candidate in a new dis-
ti let, was defeated.
i
The handy victory in Missouri
for Nixon included apparently
more Jewish support for him than
ill 19(iS, though less than a ma-
jority, according to unofficial esti-
mates. Rep. Ogden R. Reid, non-
'ewish ambassador to Israel dur-
ing 1959-61, won a sixth term in
vVestchester County, N. Y.. after
switching from the Republicans to
the Democrats over frustration
with GOP conservatism.
LOST BID
The Senate Appropriations Coin-
j mittee will continue to be headed
by the veteran Sen. John L. Mc-
Clellan (D-Ark.i. who was re-
elected. However, Sen. J. Caleb
Hoggs iR-Del.i. who was very
f: iendly to Jewish causes, lost his
ii -election bid. as did Sen. Gordon
' ... Allot! (R-Colo.i. who similarly
was a friend of Israel and Soviet
! Jewry.
Allot I is chairman of the Senate
Republican Policy Committee.
Boggs lost to Joseph R. Biden, a
29-year-old lawyer and Democratic
member of the Newcastle County
iWilmingtoni Council, an Iiisb-
Catholic who was described as
"very positive" in his responses
mi Jewish concerns to a question-
naire circulated by the American
Israel PublicAffaire Committee.
The 39-memher Mouse Foreign
Affairs committee will Ik- led. as
in the past, by Dr. Thomas K.
Morgan ID-Pa.i, who has a strong
pro-Israel record. Two members
who will not return are John S.
Monagan iD-Conn.i, who strongly
backs Israel, and J. Irving Whalley
iR-Pa.i. Both l.isl their attempts
at re-election. Rep. James G.
Abourezk, (D-S.D.i who catapult-
ed to the Senr.te after only one
term in the House, is a native
South Dakotan of Lebanese par-
entage. Knowledgeable sources
said his only opposition to Israel
was his criticism of Israel's at-
tacks on terrorist camps in south-
ern Lebanon last September in
retaliation tor the massacre of ll
Israeli Olympic athletes at Munich.
Mrs. Yvonne Brathwaite Burke.
Black vice chairman of the Dem-
ocratic convention, was elected to
the House in California, While in
college, she refused to join a
Sorority that barred Jews and in-
stead formed one of her own.
I Hodassah Group Auction
Naomi Group of Hadassah will
1 hold its annual auction at the
Central Y" Saturday with Leon-
aid Stern as icclioneer. Bids on
i rtliSCS, dinners, weekends, furni-
lure, silver, i.'w,-h\. savings bonds
and other items will be accepted;
all proceeds will go to Youth
Aliyah. Tne Early Bird Sale begins
at 7 p.m., the auction at T:.".0.
Pioneer Women Club No. 1
Sponsoring Dinner Sunday
Club No. 1 of Pioneer Women
is sponsoring a dinner in honor of
Chaverot Leah Notkin and Rose
Sokoiowit/ Sunday at o p.m. in
the Royal Hungaiian Restaurant,
17,'il Washington Ave.
Harriet Green. Council Presi-
dent, will be guest speaker; chair-
man of the evening will be Mis
Sophie Krantz A musical program
will be presented by Mrs. Esther
U'cinstein.
Hillei Dinner-Dance Set
Hillel Community Daj School
will hold its third annual dinner-
dance in the Cotillion Room of the
Eden Roc Hotel. Saturday, at S
p.m. Cocktails and hot hors o*
oi uvres will Ik served in the
Regency Room with dinner and
dancing to follow at 9 p.m. Call
Elaine Baxter for reservations and
information.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 72-5775
FRANK B. OOWLING
In RE: Entitle of
ItKdl.VA I'ICMI'K.
I .. ,11 s.-,l.
NOTICE4TO CREDITORS
'I'.. All i 'redltom unit All Perw>tin
Huvlns ClRintH nr lu-maadH
.\K.ilill-l Bnllll(l :
Vou in. Inr.-liy iinilif.,1 Mini i .uiir.il
1.1 nrpselll nnj illlililK i.inl .I.iikiiiiI-
ivhleh you ma) hnveaicnliiKl the i li
..i i:i:hi\.\ PKXirK, ......hhoiI int< nf
Dude t'oitiity. Plorkln, to the t'ount)
Judui..... Dndi i'.iiiiiiv. mi.I ril.. Hi.-
>;iin. in ilinili. ni.. mid :i- providi-d in
S.'-ii.in 7":i 1... l-'lm nl.i Klttttlti'H, 111
their offli-eH in lilt- t'nuiil.i 1'ouriliouxe
in I mile i niiiiii. I'll.i Ida. trlthlii -i-
i-alenilar moiithf. from iln lime of Ihe
firm iiulilli'iitlon hereof, or Ui. .-..mi.
trill ii- Iiarred.
till..I .ii .Miami, Florida. ilii~ 13th
,lii\ of N'ovemlier, A.D, l!i*2.
SAIL PKXIt'K
v- Execulor
Klrni iiuhlientlon ,.f thin notice on
Ihe I" .lav of Movembi r, l!i"2,
MVEItS, K API.AN. POHTBK,
I i:\l\Hi .\ A KEXIX
Aitome>> for Executor
ll.-.n s \v IM Sll.-.-l
Miami. I'l..rl.In :i::i'.i'
II IT-24 l2.'l-8
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IM THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-23494
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IX RE: The Marriage of
i:ri;i:\|.; WILLIAMS, Huxtinnd
and
SAIIAII MAE WU.I.IA.MS. WH. *
Ti I: SAIIAII MAE W ILI.IAM8
I f:? I'niiiitl. Kfrei i
AUKU 1.1. i:i.ruin
Mil' AI: I: HKREIIY XtlTIPIED
Him mi :"; Ion for i Hiwolul li n i
rlitKe tin- been filed uKniuwl S'ou i i I
you ni' I'linii."! ii. nerve n ropy if
your rltten defen -. ii any, ti it
on i awriini- I". Kalne, attorney ( r
Petitioner, win-, addremn In RS5 H W,
Ptral Street. Miami, Plorida 331:10,
.onI file the original with the clerk
of the above RtyleJ rourl on "i be-
fore December ..'. 1872: otherwlae a
defaull "ill entered ngalnal >"U
lor the relief demanded in the eom-
lit.iinl or pclil Ion.
Thla notice nhajl !" publlahed one*
I each \v...'k for four poiiHeollllve weekj
! in THE JEWISH PU>RID1AX.
VVITXE8S my hand nnd the Heal of
viii.l ir.urt hi Miami, l-'li.rlilii ..ii tbil
14 ilnv ,.f Xovember, i.'T-'
i:. ll rjfiATHBRMAX.
As Clerk, I'ir.uil Court
Dade County, Florida
Bj C. P. COPBI ANI>
Am I >. i>ui> Clerk
ii'ir. uii Court Seal>
LAW ItKNi'E I'. KAIXB
v.-. S VV, l-'ii-l So ,1
I Miami. Florida SSISfl
An, in. > for Petitioner
It IT--4 IS i-S
IN THE 11TH CIRCUIT COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 72-23f02
in RE: 'rii. marrluiM- of
II CILIA SACXDBU8,
Wife.
I'HltlSTi'I'll IM: I. SAINI lEIiS.
Hiflutml.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Vni i HRISTul'IIKIt I. SACX-
I1EICS. reaid...... unknowii, are nsiuir-
..,1 :,, lit. your nnau'er i" the |ietlllmi
for illxH.autli.il of innrriaKi' with Hie
i'l. rl; of ill.- .iin,v.- Court nnd wrve a
copy then of upon 11 man Cohen,
i: ., i:'.|n-ii CouureHH lllilR., Miami.
Ploi-llltl. .......' l..l"..r. li. .nil., i -'-'.
i-.7 ,., I.-.- iictltion will In ponfeHxrd
Hal.il: N.n I."., I'l72
(Circuit Court Siali
t: 11. I I'ATHKItAI AN
Clerk, i'ir.uil i"'.iiii
lly i P. Copelnud
Deputy Clerk
n i:-:i 12 i-k
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
nii'i'ht: is iii:im:i'V rivbx thni
it. nii.i. i-~il'n.-.i. d..lrlna lo cnnraTi.
in I.,,, in, in.,i. tin flctltlouii I-' ii"
I ..' 1'i'iKAI W I'lH- 'TIMi'AI ASS"
f I ATI'S nl "7:! C"llln Avenue Ml-
I ami Bench. Fla. Intend* '" rejtlxter
bhI.1 name "li Ihe CU pk of l''e C'r-
,-uii '..mi of li..I.. C......ly. K'orlda.
K'RAXK S BE! K'MAN. IN''
ll lil-IT-24 12 I
NOTICF OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY!
| IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIOA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-'"6S ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
I v RE: Til K M Al'i.'l M >E i IK
\f*iri.' .l-ilIN KRAXTJ5,
IIUHhantl-Petllioner,
an.l
At \ 1: 11-: HEDRIC < KRAXTZ.
Wife-Ren.....nil '"
Tii- \l Mill-' HEDHICK KltAXTZ
Vor ARE HKRERY N'OTIPIED
lllal an a.li..n for I Ksnltllloii ..I Mill'-
rlnirii lia~ been riled atralnl you and
you ore r...iuir.-.l tn fwve a ropy "i
yflur i-riiiin r.ns. If nnv, |o ii
,,i, \i.ni:i!T wn.PNSK'V. i-sii at-
torney f"i- rVtlMooeT. whoae nddreaa
i< ii'ni Coneord BUIIdlntr. '' W-'
|-ii.-i.r sir. .-I. Miami. Florida. Ml30,
i nil file III.' oHclllnl With thi I 'll rl. "I
Hi,, above -tvl.it court >.n ..r before
ll,.,. t:l IHT2: nili'.rwis.. a .l.-iauli will
i in entered ajcalnat vn for th.- r. n-f
| demanded In Hi ootnplaml or reti-
I This ma..... -Imll be puhlixhi'l on.e
leacJi week for four coi......utlve week*
in Tin: ii:uisii i-'i oitiniAX.
WITNESS my hand ami in.- s.-ai "f
Mild oourt al .Miami. I'lmi'la "ii thi*
: On\ ..I Vovemher, lf*7-
E B. I RATHBRMAX.
,\> Clerk, Clreull I "hurl
Hart. CoUUtV. I'l.'-I'la
Bv K. M. KISSEE
A- Deputy Clerk
H 'IrcUll "il'l S. all
Al BBRT Wll ENSK V. ES'.>
nit W. Plnnler sir, el
i in I i '..ii.'oril Building
Miami. Florida JSlSn
Attorney for Petitioner
I 11 10-17-24 12 .
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAOF COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 7^.54*7
(Judge Dowling)
ti i'l- i-'. ... nf
R M I'll HASH.
I i...., a-, a
NOTICF OF PPOOATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
'I'll Ml PRRBOVS IV'i'llESTEli
IV Til I-: PST i-i-1- i i|.'
sah i DBCEDEVT
Vou ,n. hi in bs notified lhal n
:u-" inn hi "'i'-' "i'i 'nu i" h. Iho
Invi ivlll a nl ii -i"n. hi of *ald
,., ,i, ,. ivm i,,.,.,. ndmliti-il i" nrolinto
in anlil i'i'ii''i A'"'i are herebj m-
inan.l.-il within *li calendar moi ll -
from On dati of the flral publlcotioa
,.i itii- i,,.i;,., in aonenr In eold Court
.....1 Hhnw i-ails" 'I "iv 'i ran '
Ihe a.'i......I .-"'! Court In admit i l
aid ..HI '.i probate ahould not *tand
unrcvoked
FRA^'K H '" '"'I IXO
r..n,i'\ ,tM,i'--
Bj Melha C. Iii'l.
I '1. 'I
SiMi'N. HAVS K- rtRl'XDWBRO
Mtoriievi for Ev.-.-iilors
Miami Florida "MSI
i.iiv .vii-'t \ Bulldina
Eir-i publication nf thl* notlei an
the lTili day "I ..'v.nii..r. IOT2,
11 '7-:'4 li' I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NiiTUI-: IS HBREBV firVBN ihot
the underalimed. derlne In enra. In
hualnew udr ihe fleiltlnn* name of
n K iitsrur.NT eiiinitiim: t.
mm v \v. lit Sir,.,-i. Mlnml. Fla.. In-
i.iiil. I,, ivii-l.'i' wild nalll.' with tl'
Clerk of III. i'ir.uil Court "i Dade
I'lillnlv, |.'l.,.'i.la.
rx il!.-\ EEI.NA \"HEZ
II IT-L'I ll' I-*
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 72-5477
In RF Ritnl" of
M VTTIK HBmVITZ
ll,.,, ,.. .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ti All Creditor* and All Pereon*
Marina Claim* or I lemandii
Acnlnxl Sal'l Extnte:
Vou ui" hereby notified and rectuin '
m niv-i ni any claim* and demand*
.wlii.li you mav have airnlnxl the pa-
lm I..... M \TTIE llt:i:w IT'/. 'I".'.-:i-'d
late .a" Dade County, Florida, i" the
Counly Judge* of Dado founty, ami
file ili. sain, la dii'dicati' nnd as pro-
vided in Rent Inn "33 111, Florida Si.n-
iilo, in ili.ir office* In Hi. Counljr
i'..ii, ihini-i in Hail.- i'miiiiIv. El.iri.ia,
.. iliin -iN calendar month* from ilie
time of ili.- flral niii'ii. aii..n hereof,
or ili.- an me will be barred
Hal. .1 al .Miami. Florida, ilii- T day
..I Xovember, A n 1072
.III IIS III'.IIWITZ
As Executor
Fiirxl puldleatloii nf iliis notice on
ih.. IT .In. of Vm ml., r. 1972
HARRV ZCKERXICK
Attorney for Executor
t'jii I in....tii Road
.Miami Bench, Fla. 3313a
11 17-24 j2 I-' _
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NO. 72-22740
NOTICE OF ACTION
El I RRBOBR '
Plaintiff __
v ~*
IM'TII Al. mai i U'REK and
Al I'llii.VSE A MORXEACLT,
H.'iVn.lniii v
TO: lll'TII At AlAi'lHllEK
llu I.la Rtreel
II..i Rnrlnarx, Arkanxn* 71901
VOt: ARE HBRBUY NOTIPIBD
thai a Oomplainl tn luteroloader has
I.....n lilnl iiKiiinst you, ami you are
required to xerva n cony '.f vur An-
nwer nr pli-adiiiK to Ihi1 Plaintiff on
Plaintiff's attorney*. BRBOKR .%
prHREtnER, IMM S.K. 19th Hie.,
Vnrth Miami Beach. Fl. Wljt, n*
Hie tin- nrlfrtnnl Answer or Plea dins;
In the Office of the Clerk tn.- Cir-
cuit I'ourt mi or I'.'forr Ih.- 19th nay
..f December, 1*72. If >"" "ill to do
-.,. defaull will be entered acalnst
you for the relief demanded in th
i'.nii.lainl.
WITNI-'-SS my hail.I an.l the M-:,l "I
vai'l
Florl
1972,
Court al
III. Ihis
Miami. Bade County,
fth day of Xovember,
K. II. I.EATIIEAMAN
Clerk, I'iriuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By n. a. HEwr.TT
DepUt) Clerk
(Clreull Court Renll
ll !0-11-t4 ISA


Pag l&C
+Jeistnoridk&r
Friday. Norember I?. 1972
from the money
The offer is a Royal Vienna Gourmet Wi quart saucepan as our
gift to you for opening a savings or checking account in the amount
of $200.00 or more or adding to your existing savings account in
the amount of $200.00 or more.
Royal Vienna Gourmet Cookware is the way to prepare meals fit
for a king. Made of iron, its unique pattern is deep baked into a
porcelain enamel covering. Edges are rimmed with stainless steel
to prevent chipping. Royal Vienna Gourmet Cookware moves
regally from refrigerator ... to range ... to your table. The entire
set is available only through the Money People ... at Miami
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complete Panfastic display.
With each additional $50.00 deposit or more you may buy any
other piece at the special reduced price shown below:
Suggested
Your Price Retail Value
IVi quart covered saucepan ...................... $6.95* $10.00
10 inch covered skillet .............................. 9.00* 12.00
5 quart covered Dutch oven ...................... 9.45* 15.00
8 inch covered skillet ................................ 6.95* 9.00
2 quart covered saucepan .......................... 9.95* 12.00
* plus tax
the free One This Royal Vienna Gourmet VA quart saucepan
is yours free when you open a savings or checking account for $200.00
or more or add $200.00 or more to your existing savings account. Only
one free saucepan per depositor. You will also receive a Privilege
Purchase Certificate to buy another piece at the listed reduced prices.
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BISCAYNE AT 81st STREET
K;ich Depositor Insured to $20,906 by Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
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