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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
November 24, 1972

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
November 24, 1972

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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AA00010090:02286

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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of North Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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8 MIGs Destroyed In Worst Fighting Since 70
By Special Report
JERUSALEM Israel sealed
off the Golan Heights border
with Syria Wednesday as the
heaviest fighting on the eastern
trontier in more than two years
ieft eight Soviet-built MIGs de-
stroyed. All Israeli units were
placed on full aiert in the area.
Sharpest tank encounters
since the Six-Day War of June,
1967. also resulted in heavy Syri-
an losses, according to military
sources here who disputed enemy
claims of Israeli plane and arm-
ored casualties, and listed one
civilian killed and 2 injured by
intensive artillery fire.
After Israeli patrols discov-
ered mines inside of the Israeli-
occupied areas of the Golan
Heights earlier in the week, the
Air Force struck at Palestinian
terrorists bases inside ot Syria.
Hundreds of Russian-built
Syrian tanks, massed along the
entire border with the Golan
Heights replied with shell fire.
Israeli units returned the fire,
and flights of Israeli jets began
hitting Syrian emplacements.
Heavy new shipments of Rus-
sian military equipment to the
Syrians is believed to have set
off the Syrian counterattacks.
Damascus also was buoyed by
pronouncements from Cairo that
Egypt might end the ceasefire
along the Suez Canal which has
been in effect since August, 1970.
83 ri:i never accepted tli"
ceasefire agreement, but the
front was relatively quiet until
Palestinian terrorists shifted
their operations from Jordan in-
to Lebanon and Syria.
The Syrian units opposite the
Golan Heights also went on full
alert Wednesday, according to
listening posts in Beirut, but
there was no new fighting re-
ported after Tuesday's sharp ex-
changes.
^Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 45 Number 47
Miami, Florida Friday, November 24, 1972
Three Sections
Price 25 cent:
Solution Of Longer Case
Approved By A Majority
JERUSALEM (JTA) Chief
Rabbi Shlomo Goren's swift res-
olution of the case of Hanoch
and Miriam Langer this _week
was approved by a large ma-
jority of Israelis and greeted
with expressions of satisfaction
from public figures and the
press. But conservative elements
within the rabbinate and the
ulTa-Orthodox community were
-Mnned and embittered by Rab-
bi Goren's tactics.
Most political factions hailed
Rabbi Goren's action. The inde-
; ndent Liberal Party, which
will hold its convention next
Wednesday, is expected to agree
to Rabbi Goren's request to
defer Gideon Hausner's limited
civil marriage bill for a year.
Goren's action heralds "a change
give him a chance to find ha-
lachic solutions to problems in-
volving personal status.
Postponement of the Hausner
bill will relieve Mapam of the
burden of deciding whether or
not to support it and will re-
move the spectre of a Cabinet
crisis and early elections which
has loomed large in recent weeks.
Justice Minister Yaacov Shim-
shon Shapiro, the Labor Party's
liaison man in relations with the
National Religious Party, has
expressed the hope that Rabbi
Goren's action herald "a change
in the Chief Rabbinate." Re-
ligious Affairs Minister Zerach
Warhaftig of the NRP also re-
corded his satisfaction with Gor-
en's move.
The speedy settlement of
the Langer case may help heal
the breach that has developed
Continued on Page 8-A
Rumored Exit Restrictions
Would Be 'Real Disaster'
NEW YORK (JTA) Reports
that the Soviet Union may re-
nict emigration to those with
se relatives in the country of
the emigrant's destination re-
main unconfirmed, but Richard
Maass, chairman of the National
Conference on Soviet Jewry, said
It would appear that the So-
wet Union is again going to at-
tempt to thwart the growing
movement of Soviet Jews to
emigrate in yet another spurious
and cruel maneuver."
'The USSR's Department of
Visas and Foreign Registrations
announced cryptically that a pro-
cedural change in the emigra-
tion regulations would be made
Dec. 1.)
The NCJS quoted Roman Rut-
man, a Moscow activist who has
received an exit visa, as saying
that the rumored new restric-
tions, if true, "will be a real
disaster for a large percentage
of Jews having applied or pre-
paring to apply."
According to the rumors, pros-
pective emigrants would have to
receive permission from a
mother, father, child, sister,
brother, wife or husband in the
country of destination. Current
regulations require approval
from any relative in that coun-
try.
Dr. Neumann Accuses U.N. Of Hostility
NEW YORK (JTA) Dr.
Emanuel Neumann, one of the
American Zionist leaders pres-
ent at the United Nations 25
years ago when it adopted the
historic partition resolution sanc-
tioning the establishment of a
Jewish State in Palestine has
I accused the U.N. of unfriendl-
iness toward the nation it helped
|preate.
Addressing more than 800
r rsons at a commemorative as-
pmbly sponsored by the Herzl
-Utute and the American Zion-
Federation to mark the 25th
anniversary of the partition reso-
lution adopted on Nov. 29, 1947.
Dr. Neumann depored "the
change that has developed in
the past quarter century in the
U.N. making the original friend-
ly sponsor of the Jewish state
the unfair antagonist of Israel."
Declaring that Nov. 29, 1947
was the l.N.'s "finest hour,"
he said, "We hall today not the
organization called the United
Nations nor ita present struc-
ture and the composition of its
membership. We bail the spirit
of '47."
Dr. Neumann attributed the
change in the U.N.'s attitude to-
ward Israel to the fact that the
world organization "has become
crowded with the new nations
of Africa and this new world
is burning with hostility against
what they consider coloniabsm
and imperialism and has been
decidedly unfriendly to Israel."
Another factor was that "the
Soviet Union which played an
important affirmative role in
voting for the establishment of
a Jewish state, has for reasons
of its own changed its position,"
he said.
No Changes Seen In
U.S. Mideast Policy
JERUSALEM (JTA) Ja-
cob Stein, chairman of the Con-
ference of Presidents of Major
American Jewish Organizations,
said that he does not expect any
basic changes in U.S. Middle
East policy "which would lead
to pressure being brought to
bear on Israel to accept a pol-
icy she cannot accept."
Mr. Stein and C7 other Amer-
ican Jewish leaders were here
to attend a special session of
the Presidents' Conference, its
first in Israel.
Yehuda Helman, executive di-
rector of the conference, said
the purpose of the visit was to
mark Israel's 25th anniversary
year and to study developments
in the economic, social, cultural
and political areas.
Effort Launched To Produce $300 Million Cash'
NEW YORK A vigorous effort has been launched to produce
enough cash in the sale of Israel Bonds in the closing weeks of the
year to bring the 1972 cash receipts of the Israel Bond campaign
to the all-tme record high of $300 million. Sam Rothberg, general
manager of the Israel Bond Organization, presided at the Fall meet-
ing of the National Campaign Executive Committee which initiated
the intensive program to achieve the $300 million mark. Tempi.?
Beth Sholom's Rabbi Leon Kronish, chairman of the National Rab-
binic Cabinet for Bonds, was among the leading participants in the
discussions of the NCEC.
National Committee For Labor Israel Convenes
NEW YORK American and Israeli scholars, economists, labor
leaders and government officials will address the more than 1,500
delegates from throughout the United States who will gather at
the Commodore Hotel this weekend for the 49th annual convention
of the National Committee for Labor Israel. Leon H. Keyserling.
president of the organization that supports the health, educational
and welfare programs of Histadrut in Israel announced. The dele-
gates will chart plans and programs to expand the group's scope
of activities in cooperation with Histadrut, the General Federation
of Labor in Israel.
Lufthansa Stations Security Guards at Airports
JERUSALEM (WNS) Lufthansa security guards will be
stationed in the airports of 62 countries to protect Lufthansa planes
from hijackers and terrorists. The agents will carry out security
checks, guard Lufthansa aircraft and inspect every item carried
aboard the planes including food. Soviet Union, Poland, Hungary,
Czechoslovakia, Bulgaria and Rumania declined to accept the guards
at their airports.
Chagall Works Exhibited In Budapest
PARIS (WNS) A month-long Chagall exhibit at the Buda-
pest Fine Arts Museum under the auspices of the Hungarian Cul-
tural Ministry ended this week. Marc Chagall is the first Jewish
artist to have his paintings exhibited in a Communist country. His
vorks were shown last year in Rumania, but without official backing.
Israel Willing To Establish Diplomatic Relations
JERUSALEM (WNS) Foreign Minister Abba Eban defended
Israel's intentions to establish diplomatic relations with Saigon, but
said it did not moan that Israel identified itself in any way with
the war or with President Nguyen Van Thieu's regime. He said
Israel would be willing to establish diplomatic relations with North
Vietnam if Hanoi agreed.
Errors In Memorial Plaque For 11 Athletes
JERUSALEM (WNS) A new source of irritation between
Israel and West Germany has resulted from a memorial plaque for
the 11 Israel Olympic athletes slain by Arab terrorists in Munich
Sept. 5, which omits the name of wrestling referee Yosef Gottfreund.
one of the slain Olympians, but includes the name of a survivor,
Tuvia Sokolsky. The plaque also has a cross instead of the Star
of David next to each name. West German authorities said they
knew nothing of the plaque.
Iraqi Diplomat Says Jews Free To Leave
UNITED NATIONS (WNS)An Iraqi diplomat had said
Jews were free to leave Iraq whenever they wanted to, and that
Israel's anger at Iraqi policy was based on Zionism's refusal to
admit that some Iraqi Jews did not want to leave.


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+Je*ist OmkMxn
Friday, November 24 .yn
Israel Envoy Slated
For Emanu-El Dinner
Ambassador Da\id Riviin. Is-
i I general in New York.
\ the guest s;jeaker at the
AMBASiAWK DAVID f.VLIN
-'..- Israel
Dee. 3 at
I : : mat Hotel. Anno-r-cemont of
- Ie by Dr.
S lerman P.. Kaplan, general chair-
M of the >iinner- J Ige Herbert S. Shapiro, pres-
Mian] Beach SJTO-
i .. g
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Cowan will
I. guests of honor at the fonc-
i x r. which w ill launch Temple
inu-ETi celebration of Israel's
forthcoming 25th anniversary of
lence. It is being held
under the a of State of
-el Bonds, with Milton M.
Harem, Greater Miami director.
: Ed S.nger coordinating the
i inner.
Working closely with Dr. Kap-
lan n the function are Dr. Irvine
Lehrman, rabbi of Temple Emanu-
I": and national president of the
E oagogue Council of America.
Samuel N. Friedland. chair-
man of the board of the congre-
gation.
Ambassador Rivrn: .on's most dist.nguished diplo-
mats, holds a sensitive position in
Kew York where he works in close
liaison with the Mission of Israel
United Nations.
A iisMnguished veteran of
far of Independence, a
career officer in Israel's Foreign
Service and a noted Journalist and
; optical commentator. Ambassa-
d r Riviin was appointed to his
;iesent post in September. 1971.
after serving as Foreien Minister
Abba Kban's i-oiitical adviser and
P.rector of his Bureau of the
: erector of its Press
nt.
He pre\. : "
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Durinz the Secon War
rved in the voluntary
; Vtish i- Jroup of
I the British Army and saw act
on the Italian front. A:
the war. he was sent on behalf
the Haganah. the Jewish cle-
' iVnse organization in Palestine, on
| va:. missions t
~';rviving Centers in Europe for
national and immigration work.
I Before Israel's War of Indepen-
dence, he was active in the
Haganah in the Jerusalem area,
owine the establishment of the
State of Israel in 1948. he served
as a captain in the Israel Regular
j Army._______________________
Research Papers
Could Earn H-U's
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JERUSALEM The Hebrew
University of Jerusaierr: is ir.
entrie< for the Israel Jefroykin
Award, endowed by the Jewish
Nationai Fund, for research on
rn European Jev
The S2.000 award will be
for the best -
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aspect of Eastern E-jpr-car.
Papers : or
v-ithin the last five years of a
th of at least some 30.000
- :n Yiddish, English, Ger-
man. Poiish. French or Russian
: are eligible.
The final date for tl-e ibmis-
sion of entries is Dec. 31. Paper*
sho-ild be addressed to the Aca-
Secretarv. Hei:>-w- Ui
jSty J< talem, Givat Rarr.
Campus, Jerusalem.
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Arts spent eight seasons with the
Theater Guild, and toured this
country and abroad with Geoige
Arliss. Edward G. Robinson, and
others. He is a member of the
x'int activities board of B'nai
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Friday, November 24. 1972
*Jewist noredhknr
Page 3-A
Federation Winner Of Four
Public Relations Awards
The Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration has won four Public Rela-
tions Awards from the Council
0; Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds, according to Council presi-
dent Max Fisher.
The awards, which are presented
annually, were announced at the
41st General Assembly of the CJF
held recently in Toronto, and
cited the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation for The Best Set of
: Year Round Program Materials.
I The Best Print Advertising, The
I Best Direct Mail Brochure and
[ The Best Thematic Continuity.
In the past three years, the
I local Federation has won 11 first
[place awards, the most of any
community. Some 230 Federations
[{Ml Welfare Funds from through-
lout the United States and Canada
Ifnmpeted for this year's 15 awards.
hich covered the full range of
tlic communications spectrum.
Members of the Greater Miami
Ji-uisli Federation who were in
(tendance include Mrs. Philip
oom, Gerald R. Fallick and Nor-
i ii II. Llpoff, recipients of the
Sreater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion's Presidents' Leadership
Lward; Mrs. Irving Wexler.
Vimien's Division president; Mrs,
Goldstein. Federation secre-
tory; Mrs. Leonard Kricdlnnd.
women's Division vice president
\t\ Campaign; Mrs. Mike Sum-
Lrg, Mrs. Benedict Silverman.
lurray Binderman, Mrs. Norman
Li|"'ff. Mendell M. Selig, Rabbi
orris Kipper. Rabbi Stanley
ungler, Mrs. Gerald Falick;
Byron .1. Brodie, Federation's as-
[>('iate executive vice president
nd his wife. Charlotte; Arthur
lliuk. director of public relations;
Iniolil Gottlieb, Women's Division
proctor; and Federation Planning
Bsociates Lea J. Cohan and Kich-
hl K. Goldstein.
[Judges for the Public Relations
ward included Nat Kameny,
esident of Israel's Communica-
:nis. Inc.. New York; Dean Heit-
\\
"nai Zion Group
eeting Nov. 30
The Il'nai Zion Miami Beach
hapter is holding a regular meet-
Thursday. Nov. 30, at the
fashington Federal, 1234 Wash-
Jton Ave., at 8 p.m.
|Speaker will be Hyman J.
egel, a past president, who will
. a report of B'nai Zion pro-
ds in Israel.
Dorothy and Philip Frankel will
part in the lighting of the
(Kinukah candles and Mr. and
Frankel will sponsor the re-
hhnients.
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lor of Firestone and Associates,
New York; Seymour Stark, execu-
tive director of the National Pub-
lic Relations Council of Health
and Welfare Services, Inc.. New
York, and David Kbin. public re-
lations director of the Council of
Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds.
The deliberations of the five-
day Assembly resulted in the
adoption of a series of resolutions
dealing with a broad range of
Jewish communal concerns and
priorities; ranging from Jewish
education to social welfare legis-
lation. Soviet Jewry and Israel.
The newly elected CJF presi-
dent, Irving Blum, prominent Bal-
timore business and communal
leader, is chairman of the Board
of Trustees of the Institute for
Jewish Life.
The CJF is the association of
central community organizations
- Federations, Welfare Funds,
Community Councils serving
800 Jewish communities in the
United States and Canada. It aids
these communities to mobilize
maximum support for the UJA
and other overseas agencies, as
well as for major national and
local services Involving financing,
planning and operating health.
welfare, cultural, educational,
community relations and other
programs benefitting all residents.
Bomb Letters Real Threat To Technion
The national office of the Amer-
ican Technion Society-Israel Insti-
tute of Technology, Inc.. sent
telegrams to all of its Regional
Offices throughout the United
States, warning that "bomb let-
ters" have become a real threat
to this organization following
receipt of a bomb letter at the
Indon office representing the
Technion.
Norman J. Kasser, president of
the South Florida Chapter, de-
clared. "This is an outrage which
points out the importance of the
Israel Institute of Technology and
its impact on building a strong
anil indervndent State of Israel.
"The Arab terrorists who fear
the progress of this small democ-
racy have magnified to the world,
the vital role that Technion, one
ol the world's 10 largest institu-
tions of higher technological learn-
ing, contributes to the safety and
continuity of |>eace in the Middle
East."
The Society's Regional offices
across the country are now screen-
ing all mail and rejecting items
which are of a suspicious nature.
No mail is being opened in the
various offices of the American
Technion Society.
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Number 47
18 KISLEV 5733
Rosichan Contributed To Stability
Attlna Roachao 5 philosophy of Jewish leadership has
beer, tc balance the concern for the amount of money that
~ :- ze rcised with the reasons why the money is be-
ing raised. It was that land of approach to the com-
Dimity which has made the 13 years he has been ct the
helm of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation so successful
On the eve of his retirement as Executive Vice Presi-
dent of Federation, the honor paid Rosichan at the 34th
annual meeting was in keeping with the affection and re-
spect he has earned from all who have been involved
with the growth of what is today the fifth largest center of
Jewish population In the United States. Arthur Rosichan
contributed in great measure to the stability of this fastest-
growing Jewish community in the world outside of Isrce!
and the appreciation shown this week was acknowledge-
ment of his contribution.
He Set A Mark In Journalism
It was no more than fitting that Philip Slomovitz. editor
cf the Jewish News of Detroit, received the first annual
award for excellence in Jewish Journalism. Named in
honor of Boris Smolar the noted journalist who con-
tributed so much to Jewish information the award was
r,-e.-.er.:ed at the General Assembly of the Council of Jew-
ish Federations and Welfare Funds, which established it
last year.
Veteran newsman Slomovitz had fulfilled in the past
as he has done for so many years during his div
Broor, the high journalistic standards and co-n-
e Smolar Award was meant to high-
set a mark in our field which will be a goal
to emulate.
What They See Isn't All Good
b communities around the v/orld have been tak-
ing a hard look at themselves ir. recent weeks and what
.see. according to reports, is not ell good.
While solid support for Israel continues to be expressed
cs well as shown in increasing financial aid, a new con-
cern for national Jewish interests is evidenced. At the
Sixth Conference of Latin American communities, the presi-
dent of the Argentine Zionist Organization warned that the
"Jewish people runs the risk of losing its Jewishness through
a Zionism devoid of Jewish values."
An even more somber note was struck by a member
of the famous Rothschild family at the General Assembly
of the French equivalent of our Jewish Welfare Fund. He
pointed out that only one-third of the money raised in that
country remains to cover Jewish community needs, result-
ing in the closing of homes for the aged, schools and social
and cultural facilities because of what he calls a 'distress
budget."
In embattled Britain, torn by some of the religious dif-
ferences which plague Israel, the triennial convention of
B'nai B'rith heard a warning that there will be no donors to
the Joint Palestine Appeal nor Jewish community leaders
in the future unless more money were found for Jewish
education. And on the continent, at the second annual
forum of the European Community attended by delegates
from 18 countries, the major discussion focused on the pos-
sibility that Jewishness and Judaism may disappear from
Europe in the next decade, as one speaker declared.
If the atmosphere appears to be one of doom and
gloom, the fact that meetings of Jews throughout the world
at this time are addressing themselves to a problem they
have avoided for years is in itself a positive sign. We have
more than an instinct for survival we have the leader-
ship and the know-how to overcome even the greatest
obstacles, and the reports from around the world indicate
that we are ready now to put these resources to work.
ATTER OFFACT
by JOSEPH ALS0P
:
SAN FPJCf CISCO En route
to revisit China after more than
a quarter-century r.at-
1 ponder the American role
i*45. It
t this 1
-aiM a-
--.' .. 14 -v the
ese war at last >
to foe within r-: fa
ITm I that the war in
->- /--; ev-
- that -.as been but
costly in men and treas-
ure, and generally unhappy and
live, in the role this country
since the
second great wax.
THERE HAVE been ; : sty of
other erfai
_ with the civil war :n
there have been p.
of other vast dra.r-s or.
Treasury- beg
has been dm
also costly Am I
in Korea. Ejt in cc-
kinds. in general paJnAilnesa and
- : v
-sJTW-
Vietnam the
it hi ill
In asses-. -
: :
Imaf
deed mainland
. '.
Pacific and <
FOR IHBSE
names? pr
1
the worn
-
-.
prise in \
*
.ed. even by our
liar standards. At least
beginning of Pre?.
Vietnamization. I
worst-managed sc
US history".
To name only
Arr.bassa
and Gen. William Wesi
made an urgent recorr
about a d.fferent. be-.-- wraj
to use Amer.can powei
nam no less than m
ago. They urge-i using I
mass of our power U
Inchon-like land;r_- ex-
treme southernmost ;,:
North Vietnam.
THE AIM m I
North Vietnam, the -
and supplier of the wai
to put North Vietnam
tensive. It would fa
anl it would not haw
to do. It would ha\--
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COMMENT
bv EDWARD COIIES
At 'he Election I
[ was put ting ig rther a mess
what I was tryin >ve.
A hypothesis, I -aid. that tl
le who voted for M
in Dade County are the same
people who vot.-d in fav^r of
the two bond proposals which
were I at our last Gen-
eral Election. And that they
black, and Jewish
nil MAY' recall that of tho
10 bond improvement proposi-
tions on the ballot, the two
which would be of direct bene-
fit to the poor were voted dawn
to provide community cen-
ters, mostly in the black areas,
and day care centers; and hous-
ing loans for those who could
not afford conventional loan-
The precintcs which favored
these two proposals were mostly
black and Jewish and. not sur-
prisingly, some in the highest
income areas. Since it was those
black and Jewish precincts which
were the only ones to give a
majority to the defeated Demo-
cratic candidate, the hypothesis
was easily proved.
THEBE WERE a few excep-
tions to the ruli'. However, the
four South Beach districts which
turned down the questions
all by narrow margins also
voted against most of the others,
fust as they cast negative bal-
lots on local issues.
On the other hand, two mid-
Beach precincts, one each in
Hal Harbo
- the only ones to reflect
th ir economic status by pro-
ent Nixon with the
- gave th- traditional Jew-
ish majority to a humanitarian
isa Only at Point East, where
McGovern came out on top. was
reversed and the two ques-
tions defeated
this, i: seems from all na-
tional reports, that while almost
three times as many Jews voted
resident Nixon as in the
past, a substantial majority
joined with black America in its
loyalty to the D?moeratic candi-
date as contrasted with the de-
fection of the other ethnic mem-
bers of the old coaliion that
provided the President with his
overwhelming victory-
If nothing else, this election
confirmed the suspicion that
while we are. indeed, still dif-
ferent in many respects from
other racial and religious group-
ings in American society, the
gap is rapidly closing.
WHAT is even more signifi-
cant, at least from my local
analysis, is that even the kind
of Jewish vote McGovern re-
ceived, let alone the huge ma-
jorities of Humphrey, Kennedy.
Stevenson, Tinman and Roose-
velt, will soon be nothing more
than a memory. From the poor
old Jews on South Beach a
recent report shows them to
have the lowest median income
in Dade County and the mod-
ent ret
condomini Sort
came the McGovern J<
From the :
the new Nixon Ji
in the counti: -
section, South Mian
precincts with a hea
mix ?ame u;j with th<
suits as at the C
Country Club.
THIS last elect
more *han obvious that
litical parties a:
by great principle-
interests and opportu:
Tocqueville wrote Ions **
though we always d.
fact has been that Jews voting
as an almost soli'. cer'
tain principles gained P*j
litical power 111 Am,-;
their numbers. The> w "*
cia! in key states Ne?
York, California Ohio > "
vania and Illinois
enough for an electot
Fate seems to have it that W
Black Power which for ic 1 u
tum inward, also has ?
Itself in such concerted strengw
that it undoubtedly now rep**"
us as the peoP'e ,0 wo 1
For two years or
have been writ. ,
implications of this ;,!''"' ,
etorttonasIwat*edourpe
become divided, helped along w
orders f-om above. W *,
have been down P
,-.,!% to serve th.- int rests
few. What else is new -


Friday, November 24, 1972
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Ner Tamid To Honor Frankels
At Israel Bonds Fete Dec. 10
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Frankel,
Miami Beach religious and civic
leaders, have been selected to re-
vears. While still in Chicago, he
became active in the bond drive
when it began in May, 1951, with
a visit by then Prime Mlnistef
David Ben-Gurion of Israel.
Mrs. Frankel was born and
grew up in Chicago, and since
their marriage in 1944 has shared
her husband's leadership roles in
Jewish work. She is a past pres-
ident of the Temple Menorah
Sisterhood and was active in work
for Jewish Homes for the Aged
in both the Chicago and Greater
Miami areas. She runs antique gal-
MR. anl MRS. SOL fRANKtl
rive Hie Israel Atzmaut dnde-
encel Award Dec. 10 at the
nnual Temple Ner Tamld-Israel
er <>f State in the Deauvillc
.Murray Shaw, chairman of the
notion, and Charles Goldstein,
resident of the congregation,
the announcement of the
nor to be accorded the Frankels.
Eugene Labovitz, rabbi of
pie Ner Tamid, lauded their
lion for recognition as riis-
1 nguished leaders of the congre-
tion, community, the Jewish
people and the State of Israel.
Mr. Frankel, born in Poland in
1911, emigrated to the United
States in 1937, just two years
i fore the Nazis overran his native
land. He served in the American
armed services during World War
[] became a United States citizen,
nd married Bernice in Chicago.
They met at a synagogue organi-
. .ilion meeting.
After operating and owning his
n automobile business in Illinois.
..c moved to Miami Beach in the
i arly 1950's. formed Pershing
'.iiio Leasing and became active
.n community affairs.
He has served as a vice pres-
ent of Temple Menorah here,
.itic! has been active In the Na-
tional Conference of Christians
nd Jews. Yeshiva University,
Jreater Miami Jewish Federation,
'ho American Friends of the
Hebrew University and Stale of
I Bonds,
has been a key factor in
pie Ner Tamid's sue
" rai Bonds effoi Is for s era!
I lianukah Dinner
The annual Chanukah dinner
ty sponsored by Temple Beth
. Sistei h luled Sun-
:> from -4:30 to 7:30 p.m. Mildred
SS and Margaret Taub arc in
e of i esei vations.
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leries in Dania and Bal Harbour.
The Frankels have three chil-
dren, Mrs. Lawrence (Marjorie)
Robins, a practicing attorney here
and wife of a plastic surgeon;
Markus Abraham Frankel, a grad-
uate architectural engineer com-
pleting his studies at the Univer-
sity of Florida; and Janice Fran-
kel, a junior at the University of
Southern California.
Reservations for the dinner may
be made at the Temple Ner Tamid
office or at the Israel Bonds office.
420 Lincoln Rd. Bldg.
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Friday, Womnilin I-
Seminar For Selected
Hebrew Teachers Set

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booki and has es! twi
Dr Rod siso ptaneere
utilizatian of women --.-
Israel lor reactors an Isrmeh
rants wr.
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Df. SMLOMO KOOCSM
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( Dr.
ex-
pert on i
; tor of tto> D: He-
brew Language and '-' aturc of
i / v. .- urizal
, H Zvi Bereer
< director ol the Central
a. .! ._-h Education of
i Greater Msarr.i J.-.vLsh Federa-
i
The seminar i-. pa-; of the On-
\ sh Education
tablisfa a series "'
Ulpan H for the In-
tensive study th ani
or<"i by
t Israel AJiyah and the
/ :' the World
: by
i.
ite 12 noun The finrl event will
; k four da) Chanukah banquet in the
I riod b ; Sundaj He will v;n,. Hotel Sunday, rv<~ 3, at
a' noon. As a unique feature of the
, achim; ana- program, Rabbi TIbor H. Stern
the stru the Hebrew v.il| obtain the .signatures <;f the.
lar. 1 review method? and banquet participanta to take withl
r.;. pan program. nj, to Isra*-! when he leaves the _
Parker Plaza
Fetes Baer
MClliln H.-' Bar Ka'.torviale
chic leader, will receive 1 State
Bonds Scroll of Honor
radar? Nov. 30. at 8 p.m n
aa Recreation
Roorr.. A N -'l>
erarr. m resented by the
Israel Bonds ft ee of Parker
Paia and the Hen.1 Lodge of B'nai
Jack JewWi
- ;&;.:? sinf
and ac beadHne a -
r r. -.,n U
T.an
and Berna: I Pollen
the Ige Israel Bon Is
:: rrebi
ordinatoe of the event, being held
under the- auspil '. "
: la Israel Bonds Tganirati n
-on is
..
i i nativi I -' ":
Rend, IntL was the f in r
Caer's K.. that
,n many Jewish
auses there He \t
leader tn I Jew-
ish Appeal-Israel Emergi
and chairman of the apart
n for the Hollywood Jewish
ration in his area.
School Announces '72-73
Fund-Raising Schedule
Hillel Corrtnr mty Day School
finance vice president Irving Can-
ner has announced plans for sev-
merchandise aoc!
held Feb 4 a' Bei
on. Proceed! .
annca; T -
M the :
arked for I
Fun :
; ianned by the
which is n;
Ol Irving
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been -
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chairman. The

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reb 20. and _9 J
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end Cher.
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Mr, Baer is a member f
the
He
liters I -: :'T''
Condominium Corners Board .
classes held twice a week .or two and his u.f L ? ta Parker
hours eacn session for beginner .
ternwdiate. and advanced !e
Further Information may I
cured from the- offiee of the Cen-
tral Agency for Jewish Eviration
Chanukah Banquet
Celebration Set
Jacob C. Cohen Community
S m go is planning a iei
brati ms marking the Silver
,ry of IsraeL
l>e a
Deau-
Plaza and work closely together
in numerous civic cau-
Memben i f tbc Parker Plas
in form^T:''.. ir.'!u
Mr VoOtt Bllinmi. Mr and Mr*
Harr> L '~'htn. Mr. aii<:
7.f. r It BaJiford Dan-
xijr-r. Mr and Mrs. B*r:.^.r'l i'.- k-
t*tn. Mr. and Mrs Al PieMa. Mr
:.r-i Mr- Fr..: .. ;:r.b<-re Mr. a:.'i
Mttrra] Mr
Un \j u.~ Holland. Mr a: .
7 Mr u I Itn Rcnben
Mr and lira Max A
1 man ;.: -kmar..
Mr and Mi Ckartai M<
M -'!' Mr- -
irts during the
IP72-1 year to he,
ncial needs.
The first benefit will be an art
auction under the chairmanship of
Mrs. Don Solomon Saturday. Dec.
9. at 8:30 | be Hollywood
Jaycee Bide,. Hollywood Blvd. at
Dal art works includ
. i. water colors, lithi gra
etchings and drawings, nvxiern
and contemporary, by American.
ropean and Israel, artists will
be presented by the Howard Mann
Art Gallery of New Jersey. There
- '-cial sale of the works
cf Peter Max; tickets will include
the 7:30 p.m. cocktail buffet pre-
ceding the auction.
- Irving Kuttler will aeain
serve as chairman "f the anmial
Mr. Caimer
I in t
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Derr. ''-wjl
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board t: I
Beach Motel :l
Temple Adath Yesr He rail
been in the r tc ht|
Greater Miami i^r
Ceramic Fair Slated
The Ceramic Leas ::;H|
:ing a Fair ?* I
10 to 6 p.m, am S -I
1 to 6 p.m. a* 'I
S Tx\
two-day event M |
ss-.le of ourmet pea t
icrame, and :
; >n.
I Mr


Ik Kodesh is internationally
known for his work in developing
r.d expand ng "he Israel Ulpan
3!i ir*'.', programs jrin^ the yean
71, when he erve-d as dire:-
t i f the DeparUnent of Hebrew
and Adult Education for
tb- Offic*; of Education of Israel.
He ha- written more than 4^
fidowing 'lay. He plans to preaent
them to Israel's President Zalman ,
Shazar.
Reservations for the event are
still open. The committee in
charge includes Mr. and Mrs.
Altred I.ieber. Mrs. Althea Ger-
stin, Max Wand. Isadore Braf-
man, Mrs. H. Gottlieb, Sol Krevat
and Morris Steinbock.
If youre rich
and beautiful,
why aren't we
having an affair?
Jack Anderson
Launches Series
At Beth Torah
The sixth annual Cultural Series
of Beth Torah Congresation will
lead off with news commentator
Jack Anderson on Thursday, Nov.
30. at 8:30 p.m.
Mr. Anderson, a syndicated
columnist, is a Puiitzer Piize win-
ner. He has been responsible for
some of the biggest exposes to
come out of Washington. Recently
he has been at the center of con-
troversy in sucn matters as the
Penatgon Papers, the ITT. case,
and the Kagleton case.
Other personalities who will be
featured on the series in the com-
ing weeks include Barbara Walters
of the Today" TV program, and
Gerald Ford, highest ranking Re-
publican in the House of Repre-
sentatives.
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ontaine
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Friday
November 24, 1972
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Israel 25' Committee Coordinates
Year-Long Anniversary Celebration
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Inspecting the Torch cf Independence which
symbolically launched the year-long observ-
ance o! Israel's 25th anniversary are, left
tc light, Fran Levey, chairman of the "Is-
rael 25" committee; Stanley Gilbert, presi-
ere Are Affiliated Organizations
Anshe Ernes Congregation
Anti-Defamation League
Beth David Congregation
Beth El Congregation
Beth Israel Congregation
Beth J.icoi) Congregation
Beth Kodesh Congregation
Beth Moshe Congregation
Beth Tfilah Congregation
denl of the YM-YWHA oi Greater Miami;
Harry A. (Hap) Levy, general chairman of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's CJA-
IEF campaign; and Myron Brodie, associate
executive vice president cf Federation
Beth Yoseph Chaim Congregation
B'ni B'rith
B'nai B'rith Youth Organization
B'nai Raphael Congregation
B'nai 7 on Synagogue
Central Agency for Jewish Education
Cantors Assembly
Congregation An-Nell
Congregation B'nai Raphael
Congregation Etz-Chaim
Cuban Hebrew Circle
Cuban Sephardic Hebrew
Congregation
El Al Airlines
Federation of Temple Sisterhoods
Greater Miami Hebrew Free Loan
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Chaplaincy Service
Haoonim
Hadassah
Hamagehimim
Hashachar
Hebrew Academy
Hebrew Education Alliance of
Greater Miami
Hillel Community Diy School
Hillel Jewish Student Center
Hollywood Jewish Federation
Israel Aliyah Office
Israel Histadrut
Israelite Center Temple
; Jewish Culture Center
Jewish Family & Children's Service
Jewish Floridian
j Jewish Historical Society
i Jewish Home for the Aged
Jewish Labor Committee
; Jewish National Fund
Jewish Vocational Service
Jewish War Veterans
1 Jewish War Veterans Auxiliaries
| Jewish Welfare Federation
Jewish Youth Council
Kneseth Israel Congregation
Labor Zionist Organization of
America
Lehrman Day School
Mizrachi
Mogen David Congregation
National Council of Jewish Women
National Council of Synagogue Youth
North Bay Village Jewish Center
Ohev Shalom Congregation
Oholei Torah School
Rabbinical Association
Sephardic Jewish Center
Sky Lake Synagogue
South East Federation of Temple
Youth
South Dade Hebrew Academy
Temple Agudath Israel
Temple Beth Am
Temple Beth El
Temple Israel
Temple Beth Raphael
Temple Beth Shalom
Temple Beth Torah
Temple Beth Tov
Temple Emanu-EI
Temple Israel of Greater Miami
Temple Judea
Temple Menorah
Temple Ner Tamid
Temple Or Olom
Temple Sholom
Temple Sinai
Temple Sinai of North Dade
Sinai Jewish Community Center
Temple Solel
Temple Tifereth Israel
Temple Tifereth Jacob
Temple Zamora
Temple Zion
Union of American Hebrew
Congregations
United Synagogue of America
United Synagogue Youth
Yeshiva Day School
Yivo Institute of Jewish Res.
Young Israel of Greater Miami
Youth Synagogue
YM-YWHA of Greater Miami
Women's American ORT
Women's Division of Greater Miami
Jewish Federation
Women's League of Israel
Workman's Circle
Zionist Organization of America
Parade May 20
Highlights Effort
"A task without imagination is a burden; imagination with-
out a task is an illusion; a task with imagination is a challenge."
The challenge is new for the Greater Miami Committee far
the Celebration of Israel's 25th Anniversary. The work of this
committee is to foster, with renewed vigor, the continued con-
nection between the health and growth of Israel as an inde-
pendent nation, and the Jewish community in the United States.
A grassroots feeling has devel-
oped in the Greater Miami Jewish
community for collective co-
operativi efforts marking this
special anniversary year, "Israel
operate with the Cantor's con.'e-t
I In "larch. A multi-India art exhi-
I bition will be housed at the
Greater .Miami Jewish Federation.
A film festival and pageant
25." This concept Is in consonance > picting Israel 25 In drama and
with efforts developing throughout
the country.
The "Israel 25" committee is
composed of individuals and rep-
resentatives from throughout the
organized community in Dade
County.
In July 1972 a planned meeting
took place to explore this com-
munity's role in the 25th Anni-
versary celebration. From this
gathciing evolved u year's work
oi renewed dedication to the
continued miracle of the signifi-
cance of Israel.
The program was initiated
Sept. 26 when the Torch ot Inde-
pendence, which was kindled in
Israel by President Zalman Sha-
/ar, was sent from Israel to
Greater Miami. It was received by
Fran Levey, chairman of Israel 25.
to carry symbolically throughout
the year of the 25th anniversary.
More than 300 persons from the
Jewish community took part in
special ceremonies at the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation Bldg.
The Torch lit a 23-brunch
candelabra at the Slmohaa
Torah rally for Soviet Jewry
Oct. 8 after led by 3,000 persons
in t.ie Miami Beach Auditorium.
Presently, the Education com-
mittee under the co-chairmanship
of Phyllis Miller, a member of the
Dade County School Board, and
Jerry Sussman is working to es-
tablish resources from which all
organizations can obtain material ,
and information regarding Israel.
Poster and essay contests and ,
exhibits will be held and new |
knowledge about Israel will be j
transmitted through institutes, the j
schools ar.l libraiies.
The Cultural Arts committee, j
under the leadership of Joyce
Sumberg, will develop a Children's
Concert in February, and co-
s n^; are also in the planning
stage.
A "Kumsitz" scheduled to
take place April 8 at the Young
Men's and Young Women"*
Hebrew Association will be pre-
ceded by I Folk Dance Festival.
Everyone will be a participant
as well as observer. Zi|M>r.t
VVeiner, chairman of the Kuni-
it/.. explains that a kumsits is
an Israeli version of an ol 1-
fashioned campfire, with Mng
and dance in the spirit of fes-
tival.
Culminating the year's events
will be the most ambitious Salute
to Israel Parade this community
has produced, including floats,
bands, and marching units in a
leeling of solidarity. Sunday. May
20. at 11 a.m., starting from Miami
Beach Senior High School, tlie
community will march together
for Israel.
To tie the year's work to-
gether Is the function of Out-
reach chairman Harlene Mark*.
The Public Relations Committee
is coohaired by Lee Shapiro and
.Martin Cohen.
The Israel 25 committee is act-
ing with full cooperation and BUp
port of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation. The YM-YWHA is the
functional agency for the com*
mittee.
Many of the professional stalf
members oi Federation. th
"Y" and the Central Agency for
Jewllll Kducation have add--1
their eapahl knowledge to
Israel 25 by assisting the vari -
ous committees in an advisory
capacity.
Those desiring to join the hun-
dreds of individuals already in-
volved should contact the Israel 2f>
office at the YM-YWHA. 8500 SW
8th St.. Miami, Fla. 33144
Cultural arts committee meeting brings ioge'.her, standing,
left to right, Myron Berezin, executive director cf '.'.ie Y M-
YWHA; Miriam Scheinberg, South Beach Activity C
director for the Y; Laurel Shapiro and Flo Karmiol;
seated. Cantor E. Bernstein, Allan Just, Sonia Salinas
Barju Salinas.


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Friday, Norember 24. 1972
Solution Of Langer Case
Approved By A Majority
Continued from Page 1-A
bttwMB Rabbi Goren and his
a league, Sephardic Chief Rabbi
O.adia Yosef, --ince their .' -
ticns last month.
Although Rabbi Yosef wai not
consulted b> Rabbi Goren and
uj. out of town when the rab-
binical <->urt sat. he gave hi*
htoMtag to the court-* decision.
But it MM one tinged with irony.
'Ulesed be he who has rid us
of the responsibility.-- he said.
Rabbi Yosef was also quoted
6i having remarked that it was
a pity that Rabbi Goren let the
ca-e drag on so long if he In-
tended to act as he did. How-
i-.tT. he said he regards the is-
!_- as dosed and accepts Rabbi
n't hand "outstretched in
j-:^ce." 'The dispute between
the two rabbis revolved around
t'r.e nature of the rabbinical tri-
- -a: that was to hear the Lang-
asel.
Reactions of a different kind
[&4L
isop
\ Continued From Page 4-A /
"r*-n a particularly risky thing
to do. with China in the throes
c: the cultural Revolution and
the Soviet Union half a world
away.
The thing was not done, how-
ever, for two reasons. The intel-
Ugi :,"! assessment especially
concerning China, was quite lu-
cicrously timid and wrong, as
was too often the case in this
war. And President Johnson
heavily preoccupied with our di-
visions of opinion at home, was
trying hard to make war
in the least warlike manner pos-
sible.
INFORTINATKLY. it is
frivolous to make war at all.
unless you mean to make war
in dealyy earnest short of such
things as using nuclear weapons
and bombing dikes.
You should never enter a war.
in the manner of a good many
members of the Johnson Admin-
istration, on the theory that the
Walls of Jericho will cheaply
tail at the first blast of your
trumpets.
These things being said, how-
ever, it is just as important to
note that an immense, potenti-
ally deadly upset in the world
balance of power has been avert-
ed by the U.S. effort in Viet-
nam.
THE FAILURE of the Com-
rr. jnist coup in Indonesia was
the first consequence. The con-
servation of the hard-won VS.
position as a Pacific power was
another consequence.
But that is not all. by any
means. Under grave threat from
the Soviet Union, the Chinese
Communists have now turned
to this country as a quasi-ally.
None but fools can suppose that
the Chinese would have done
anything of the sort if we Amer-
icans had already proved our-
selves to be the "paper tigers"
the Chinese used to call us.
In subtle ways. too. the new
relationship with the Chinese
has in turn made possible a
novel relationship with the So-
viet Union. In the Nixon Admin-
istration, in short, a whole new
structure of primary world re-
lationships has begun to emerge.
YOU MAY SAY that this is
all wicked balance-of-power pol-
itics, and so it is. Unhappily, as
one of the world's two existing
giant powers, this country can-
not safely escape from balance-
of-power politics.
The emerging, wholly novel
Structure of world relationships
further gives wholly new hope
for the world's future. And it
could never have happened with-
out Vietnam, needlessly costly
and painful as the war has been.
came from ultra-Orthodox cir-
cles and from the Rabbinical
Court by-pase1 by R i
Gorrn. Leader* of the religious
communities of Br.ei Biaq met
to consider est lhlishing their
own riibbinate and marriage
registry. They claim that since
Rabbi Goren has permitted the
m.irriage of "mamzerim" they
could no longer trust the Chief
Rabbinate to handle their own
marriages property.
Some members of the Rab-
binical Supreme Court accused
Rabbi Goren of undermining the
rabbinical court process and ex-
pressed doubt of his claim that
nine registered dayanim had col-
laborated in rendering the Lang-
er decision They said they were
suspicious because Rabbi Goren
refused to reveal the names of
the participants in the court to
protect the dayanim from re-
prisals by religious zealots.
Rabbi Goren himself was the
target of a physical assault by-
four yeshiva students. The
youths, who were arrested, were
prevented from reaching Rabbi
Goren but injured his driver.
Ethnic Politics Could Lead To
A Confrontation, Rabbi Warns
NEW YORK (JTA) Rabbi
Arthur Hertzberg. president of
the American Jewish Congress
has warned that "ethnic politics
could lead to confrontation poli-
tics and danger to the Amer-
ican Jewish community."
Speaking at the AJCongress'
annual Awards Dinner. Rabbi
Hertzberg said. A society with-
in which every component unit
concentrates on defending its
own rights without regard to
its neighbors is playing with fire.
A racial or ethnic group that
seeks to protect its own "turf
by erecting walls around it
jeopardizes not only its own
future but the very social com-
pact of which America is com-
posed."
Rabbi Hertzberg presented Dr.
Stephen S. Wise Awards to
Leonard Woodcock, president of
the United Automobile Workers
Union. Jerusalem Mayor Teddy
Kollek. New York State Comp-
troller Arthur Levitt, and Mill
Ma-slow, retired executive, direc-
tor of the AJCongrea*.
Calling on Jewish community
groups to reject the "current and
pernicious trend to ethnic isola-
tionism.-' Rabbi Hertzberg said
there were many neglected areas :
of Jewish Hfersueh as the^light- j
of the Jewish poor and the "ca-
tatrophic situation of Jewish
education," but that it was "both
short-sighted and dangerous to
abandon our broader concerns
as Americans in meeting our
particular needs as Jews."
Jewish self-interest, he said.
must be enlightened se!
that recognizes that oth
ha** tfffaaity legitIma
and needs that dema
faction, adding that
was to find and
of common CDncei
common cause which
to mutual benefit :
Puerto Ricans an
ity groups.

"our*
- right!
:'"- satis,
'he task
'>' areas
reate a
Nadu,
r minor-
Rabbi Stern Helps Russian Emigrants
A Russian Jewish couple be-
friended by Rabbi and Mrs Tibor
H Stern of Miami Beach has
reached Israel from the Soviet
Union, the spiritual leader of the
Jacob C. Cohen Community Syna-
gogue learned this week.
Rabbi Stem received a letter
from Dr. Sergei Gurwich. a bio-
ohysicist. reporting that he and
his wife. Miriam, and their child
were released from Moscow- Oct.
26 and now are in Israel.
Rabbi Stern performed conver-
sion rites for Mrs. Gurwich and
performed their marriage cere-
mony during a visit by Rabbi and
Mr?. Stern to Moscow. The two
couples plan a reunion in israe1
next year.
Dr. Gurwich. who earned his
Ph.D. in Moscow. .-.. th<> rabbi
that he received the telephor,
from the Soviet visa while
he was studying t ,..
sage of Abraham lea .iiuj his home-
land.
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Reminder Of Obligation
Rabbi Lehriield
K\ RABBI DAVID LEHRFIELD
Knt-*Mth I>r:irl Congregation
The Torah tells us that Rachel.
the beloved wife of Yakow, is about
to have her second child. As she
has the second
child, her life be-
gins tn ebb away
and the child is
born at the cost
of her life. She
calls the child
Ben Once, which
means the son of
my pain. The
father calls the
Ben Yarn-
in. which means
the son of my
right hand. With
the birth of Ben Yamin. Yakow is
now a father of 12 sons and one
i aughter.
There an- two questions that I
ould like to ask. Fiist of all.
hy 'Iocs the mother Rachel name
* child Ben Onee. son of my
ain? Does she want this child
I grow up his entire lifetime
nowing that his birth caused the
oath of his mother? Surely Ra-
chel did not hold against him the
nguish she was feeling. Certainly
lie didn't hold against him her
iiiminent death. And even if she
. ere angry at him. what mother
..ould give her son such a name
Iwaya to remind him that his
I irth caused the death of his
mother?
On the other hand we ask our-
elvea thi- question, why did Jacob
"ame the ch'ld Ben Yamin. the
i >n of my right hand? If Jacob
realized that the intent of Rachel
as to make the child aware of
how his birth caused her death,
nd if this was the wish of Rachel,
..hy did Yakov change the name?
I think that we can answer this
.ith a simple 'ashal' (parable).
There was once a mother who
had not been blessed with children.
\entually, she became pregnant.
'i he doctors told her. however, that
I or pregnancy was a severe dan-
ger to her and they recommended
that she terminate the pregnancy,
for her chances of living were verv
.' im. The mother, however, was
very insistent upon bringing into
the world this child, for she felt
it a holy obligation to bring into
the world a new soul.
Sure enough, when the time to
k Uvei came, as she was delivering
he tab;., her life began to ebb
; iway. She told those who were
I standing next to her that she had
ays wanted her child to walk
1 in the way of G-d and if during
the chiid's lifetime he would stray
| from the pro| er path of G-d. some-
-! 'Id remind the child of the
sacrifice that was made to bl
, him into the woi Id.
She simply felt that if the child
were aware of what had trans-
: red to bring him Into the world,
he wo,,ld fee! a greater sense of
responsi llity to !i\e a life in ac-
ilance v. ith the wishes of that
person who paid the supreme sac-
rifice that he might live.
This is the same idea with onr
I mother Rachel. When she had this
' th Id and she realised she was h -
I ing, she in no way meant to give
: him a name to create in him a
feeling of guilt. She gave him this
name to make him realize the
sacrifice that was made that he
might live. The mother Rachel
Iclt that this way the child would
surely keen on the path of truth
| and morality. So she called her
son Ben Onee, child of pain, always
to remind him of his responsibility-
to her memory.
His father, Jacob, was afraid
that the child would misinterpret
the mother's wishes however. He
was afraid that the child would
think that the mother hail cursed
him in her dying breath. He there-
fore altered the name a trifle
fiom Ben Onee to Ben Yamin
altering but slightly the name
piven by his mother, yet retaining
to a great extent the sound and
the meaning of the intent of our
mother Rachel. And so was
born the last of Jacob's sons.
It is touching to know that this
son who was the result of true
saciifice became the son in whose
territory our Temple was built.
The basis of our religion is sac-
tifice sacrifice for G-d and for
our fellow man.
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SYNOPSIS Of THE WEEKlr 10KAH PORTION
Vayishlach
And Jacob sent messengers before him to Esau his
brother ." (Chapters 32: 4-36)
JACOB MEETS ESAU Jacob was approaching the land of
Kdom where his brother had settled. Fearful for the safety of his
family, Jacob sent messengers to his brother with a conciliatory
message, but they returned with the news that Esau was ap-
proaching with 400 men. Preparing for the worst, Jacob divided
his camp into two parts, so that if one were attacked the other
might escape. He also sent a succession of valuable gifts to Esau,
to pacify him
JACOB BECOMES ISRAEL That night he sent his wives
and children across the ford of Jahbok, and stayed behind alone.
A 'man' appeared and wrestled with him until dawn. The man,
who was an angel of God, being unable to overcome Jacob,
touched the hollow of his thigh and lamed him. Nevertheless
,7a:ob refused to release his opponent from his gra=o unless he
received a blessing, His wish was granted henceforth, he would
called by a new name, Israel, (i.e.. 'he that prevails with
God'i. Jacob now came face to face with Esau, who embrace:!
him with affectioi. Sensibly refusing Esau's offer of an armed
escort, Jacob parted from his brother and eventually reached
Shechem, named after the son of Hamor, chieftain of the city.
There lie b0U| I tched his tent and in gratitude
bu II an a tar to < !od
JACOBS HOMECOMING M God's bidding, Jacob re-
d to -i buried all the Idols in the posses-
sion of hi household under an oak tree in Shechem. God ap-
n ca Ing his name Israel, and renewed the
I to him and his le !. A tl y were ap-
Bethlehem, Rach iving birth to Benjamin. At
I:! Jacob reached Hebron, where he was reunited with his
[si i died at the age of ISO, and his sons Esau and Jacob
: d >iim.
GENERATIONS OF ESAU Erau had become very weal-
thy, but at there was insufficient land in Canaan for both him and
his brother to tend their fl> ks and herd-, he took his family
and possi salons and settled in Mount Seir, in the land of Edom.
iu >' me the ancestor of many of the tribal chieftains who
settled in thai territory.
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By RABBI DR. SAMI'FX J. POX I
I
Why do some congregations
recite the one hundred thirty-
fourth Psalm In-fore the evening
service every weekday in the
s\nagagoe?
Generally speaking there Is a
t < quirement that hefore formal
prayer begins an Individual should
recite some verses rig the
Almighty. This sets the tone of
one's emotions as he realizes the
greatness of the Almighty and HU
ern for man.
In the morning prayers, a series
:.[ Psalms are recited for this pur-
pose. In the afternoon service the
one hundred and forty-fifth Psalm
is read. In :h< evenir.4 service the
one hundred ami thirty-fourth
Psalm is read. This Psalm was
especially chosen because its con-
tents refer to the evening when
they contain the verse: ". All
you servants of God who stand in
the house ol Go.! at ni^ht."
The Talmud iBerakot 9b i ad-
vises that when one comes from
work at night and enteis the
domain of prayer he should first
read some scriptures or study
some of the Oral Tradition before
reciting the evening prayers.
The transition from the world
of labor and business to the
sublime world of prayer should not
be abrupt. One should cross a
bridge of divine reflection from
one realm to the other. This is
accomplished by study ol sacred
texts or recitation of scripture.
Why do pious Jews wi-.ii their
hands ufter the meal before the
recitation of Grace?
The requirement of washing at
least the finger tips after the meal
is mentioned by the Talmud
(Tractate Chullini as a physical
requirement whose neglect might
be injurious to one's physical well- j
being.
During the course of eating, '
certain injurious salts or minerals |
might attach themselves to one's '
hands and might prove to be in-
jurious to sensitive tissues such I
as those of the eyes. There are
some Hassidic sources who claim i
that the fact that the Talmud
refers to this harmful ingredient
as "Melch S'Domith" (the salt of j
Sodom p indicates a moral lesson I
as well as the physical benefit in i
washing the hands after meals.
After having consumed one's ;
meal one is naturally less sen- j
sitive to the needs of the poor
and the hungry because he himself |
has already satisfied his own ap- l
lietite. Being insensitive to the'
needs of others is Biblically char-
acteristic of the wicked city of
Sodom which was noted for its |
refusal to assist the wayfarer.
Washing one's hand after meals
indicated the intention of the pious
one to rise above the lack of con-
cern for his fellow man and remain
sensithe to the hunger and needs
of others even when his own
hunger has aheady been satisfied.
The use of water in ritual purifi-
cation has always symbolized a
rise in the level of man's char-
acter.
(Copyright IMS. Jewish t- ski
Ageni y. inc >
Dr. Fein Speaks On Israel
In honor of Jewish book month,
the Surf-Bal-Bay Library will
nt Dr. Isaac M. Fein, who
will speak on the subject of
"Israeli: Today and Tomorrow"
Tuesday at 8:15 p.m. in the audi-
torium. 9301 Collins Ave. Dr.
Fein, professor emeritus of History
at Baltimore Hebrew College, lec-
tured at Temple Israel some time
o and is presently conducting a
I seminar on Israel at Temple Beth
Shalom.
CANDLELI&HTING TIME
18 KISLEV 5:10
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MIAMI
A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cuntor Aron Ben Aron. 1
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ANSHE EMES 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Canuruaiiw- Cantor Sol Pakowitz
Saturday Sabbatli services "'ill he
conducted (*. congiegation president,
Harry Samole, and nil soni
BETH AM (Temple). 5950 N. Kendall
Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabb Her-
bert Baumgard 3
Friday '" p-nv. Rabbi Bauntgard
ill i. v e th. I.....k .'; Mysth -"
i.v Rabbi Herbert Weiner, In observ-
ffl B Month
BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Irving A. Wein-
gard. Cantor William W. Lioson. 4
Friday 7:M p.m (al South Dade Audi-
torium), family u ted by
Rabbi Landsman: 3 p.m (al Coral
Way Sanctuary) Bat Mltsvah: Kancl
Rosei daughter of Mr. and Mrs
David SI ii n services conducted
iv Rabbi Irving A Welngari and
Saturday
.. n. (al Coral Way Sam tun r> Bar
Mltsvah: Michael, soi ol Mr. and
Mr- Alan "Ik. -
BETH EL. 500 SW 17:h Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi H. Ruthrnan. 5
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BETH KODESH. .101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Sha-
piro. Cantor Lecn Segai. 6
Friday 8:15 p.m. Rabbi 8haplro will
ate: Mr Israel Lutsky, known
:,.. ;(:,. Jewish philosopher, will be
it' iker, discussing "Invest-
mentt and Dividends," followed by
Oneg Shabbat hosted by Mr and Mrs.
Edward Becker In honor of their
wedding annlversarj Saturday 8:45
a.m.. sermon topi. M.~
Hone?"; 5 p.m., "Messengers .-f Des-
pair'"
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BETH TOV (Temole). 6439 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Charles
Rubel. Cantor Seymour Hinkes. 8
Friday *:1S p.m., sermon topic by
Rabbi Rubel: "Thanksgiving 1972,"
followed by i meg Shabbat
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ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER Mi-
ami. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi
Joseph R. Narot. 10
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Haul J.
Bender. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
Friday B:J0 p m B:1S p.m Rabbi
Bender's topic: "Some Thoughts
After Thanksgiving." Saturday v4*>
a.m., sermon topic: Portion of the
Week
OR OLOM (Temple). 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Elliot
Winograd. Cantor Yehouda Binye-
min. 13
Fi'iday services followed hy Oneic
Shabbat hosted by children, grand-
children and (treat grandchildren of
Mr. and Mr- Isadora Fine honoring
their Beth wedding anniversary.
-
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rat/bi Maurice
Klein. 14
ZION (Temple). 8000 Miller Rd. Con.
servative. Rabbi Norman Shapiro.
Cantor Errol Helfman. 16
Friday I !' m.. sermon topic: "A Time
to Think. Saturday I m B'nal
Mltzvall Hal. son of Mr and Mrs.
Allan l.etbowlts; Jay, son ol Mr and
Mr.- Philip FrOUg; sermon topic:
Bl .! -ill of the Week "
HIALtAH
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na-
than Zolondek. 15
Friday 8:1S p.m., Rabbi Harry Joll
will speak on: -what I Have I.
From My Jewish Hei Satur-
da) 10:45 m.
HQRiH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. 2225
NE 121st St. Conservative. Rabbi
Joseph Gorfinkel. Cantor Ben Zion
Kirschenbaum. 35
MIAMI 81ACH
AGUDATH ISRASfL. 7801 Carlyie Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sheldon M. Ever.
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro. 18
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Svnr.
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches 19
BETH RAPHAEL (Temple). 1545 Jef-
ferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cartor Saul Breeh. 20
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BETH SHOLOM (Temple). 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser. 21
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BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
sky. 22
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA.
TION. 843 Meridian Ave. 22-A
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig. 23
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CUBAN SEPHARDIC HEBREW CON-
GREGATION. 715 Washington Ave.,
Rabbi Meir Masliah Melamed. 23-A
EMANU-EL (Temple). 1701 Washing,
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. 24
Frldaj S p.m Kabb I Shabboa
service conducted by Dr Herman It.
Mechlowits; u.-si Rabbi Solomon
s.hiff will preach on: "Thanksgiving
Day The Jewish "
das 9 in Rabbi s.hiff will presv h
inn "The Weekly Portion ol the
| Bible." Junior ('nnsTt-ltntioii Sabbath
Service will begin at 10:30 a.m.
I HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pine Tree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross. 25
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| CONG. AN-NELL (Branch of Hebrew
Academy). 7th St. and Meridian
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Eurl.n ,
822*5,, \abbi bSu^uSJSS.
Cantor Abraham Seif. i
MENORAH (TeTnt-^T 620 T5'h St
Conaervat.ve. Rabbi Mayer Abr,m
, owitx. Cantor Nice F.|/m.n"i
Friday g:U p.m.. Baf MltM.F h "
daughter of Mr and \i
Terner Baturda) I
vsh: Danl. son of Mi
uel Paplr. ""
NER TAMID (TfrnpleT. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Conservat",
:aardbi isarLibovi,I c^ 4
Friday 8:15 p.m. I
ary), Rabbi Bugem | ,,anr'u.
speak on: "Developing thi Vrt of s.'
in(r. Thank Vou.'
OHEV SHALOM. 7055~Bonita Dr Or
thodox. Rabbi Phinea, Weberman"
Cantor Leo Radin Jj
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER 845
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmiat. 31
CONGREGATION ET2 CHAIM 1J.
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohon
Grcner.
32
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79th Street Cause-
way. North Bay Village Comerva.
tive Rabbi Emmet Allen Frank Cm.
tor Murray Yavneh. Z2-\
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AGUDAS ACHIM NL'SACH SEFARO
CONGREGATION. 707 5th St.. M..
ami Beach. Orthodox. Rabbi Mor.
decai Chaimovits.
north mi;.;; beach
ADATH YESHURUN iTemole). 102J
NE Miami Gardens Dr. Conservi.
tive. Rabbi Miltcn Schlinsky. Can.
tor Reuvan Eckhaus. 3]
BETH TORAH. 1051 N. Miami Beach
Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob B. Mendelson 34
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B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Habbi Victor o.
Zwelling. Cantor Jack Lerner. 39
39
Frida) B:1S p.m gui I Mi
Arthur Teltelbaum, whose top
be: "The Challenge* i the Jewish
Community -- 1972
SINAI (Temple), of NORTH DADE
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Raorji
Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor Irving
Shulkes. 3'
Priday 8:1S p.m Rabbi Kingle> win
| discuss: "Judaism and C Pu
I ishment." Saturday l":::" a.m., Bar
I Mltsvah: Kri. son of Mr and Ufa,
I Hal Ross
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
Caplan. 33
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 990 NE 171at St. Orthoooi.
Rabbi Zalman Kossowsky. 39
COftAt GABIES
JUOEA (Temple). 5500 Granada Blva.
Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper. 40
Friday <:!" pm. sermon to]
b ,*h Bride Saturday 11:15
Mltsvah: David, son of 1 >r Bl 1 Mr.
I Jacob Kline.
! ZAMORA (Temple). 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell A.
Beroer. Cantor P. Hillel Brummer.
41
Friday 8:15 p.m Baturda) I' '" .
Bar Mltsvah: Mark, son of Mi
Abramowitz.
MflaW
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION,
9348 Harding Ave. Orthodox. RabOi
Isaac D. Vine. *>
FORT LAUDtRDAlt
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 7100 W.
Oaklsnd Park Blvd. Rabbi Akiva.
Brilliant. Cantor Maurice Neu 42
EMANU-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Park
Blvd. (Reform). Rabbi Arthur J.
Abrama. Cantor Jerome Klement. 43
POMPAH0 BtACH
SHOLOM (Temple). 132 SE 11th Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Morns A. Skop.
Cantor Jacob J. Renter.
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER 610*
NW 9th St.
HAUANDALt
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTEH
(Conservative). 416 NE Sth Ave.
Rabbi Harry E. Schwartz. Cantar
Jacob Danziaer.
Friday 1:15 p.m.. Rabbi Harr> B
s.hwariz will have n his -'" '
topic: "The Import.ml
port ant Saturday
Schwarts will -i-..':
lural lesson "f the week
l.i.h."
HOUYWOOD
BETH EL (femplei. 1351 S. lJt'i Av-
Reform. Ribhi Samuel Jsf'e
Friday 8:15 p m sermon i
r lii Thanksgii
Shabl al hosted '
Mn Michael Moi ..
Ihi ii' daugl tei '
day 11 a.m. i
of Mr ai
.'.,' trgan,
BETH SHALOM (Temple
roe St. Conserve! ''
Malavsky. Cantor Irving Goio
SINAI (TempTeT 1201
Conservative. Rbb
Cantor Yehuda H "
TEMPLE BETH AHM
310 S.W. 6?nd A
Rabbi Salomon Ben
TEMPLE SOLEL Lil >r I
Thomas Street. Hollywood. Ral
Robert Frazin.
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (Temple). S92C) SW' :
Conservative. Rabb, Avrom Craz.n
Cantor Abraham Koster. ..
Cantor Meyer Engel. .,,._ B Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham B^^
Hillel.
1 JACOB C. COHEN COVV^NI-V
1 SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.


Friday. November 24, 1972
vJenist fkridHain
Paaell-A
A.S ,
Max Lerner
Sees ft
V.
NEW YORK. N.Y. Richard Nixon has seen his political
life as a succession of crises, but it makes sense to see it as a
succession of mentors, some of whom have 1-een partners in crisis
and some not. The essentially lonely man. retreating to his study
to work out his decisions on long lega1 i>ads. has needed a series
of men to learn from.
Some special studies of Nixon have put him on the analv.-ts's
couch, sometimes with grotesquely distorted results. Someday a
scholar will break away from the current hostility long enough
to do an overall biography of this complex man that will include
the Influence of the half-dozen men who shaped his outlook on
the world and his insights into power.
The first was a Beverly Hills lawyer, Murray Chotiner, one
nl the early crop of political managers combining a hard modern
knowledge of the political game with an astringent Machiavellian
view "i human nature. Without him, Mr, Nixon could never have
won his House seat in 1946 from Jerry Voorhis, nor the Senate
seal In 1930 against Helen Gahagan Douglas, Mr. Nixon called
them "rocking, socking campaigns." which could be the under-
statement of the decade for the lethal tactics that he and Chot-
iner developed.
Chotiner also saw Mr. Nixon through the 1952-\ ice-presi-
dential campaign, when he came close to suffering Sen. Kagle-
ton's later fate and saved himself only by the bravado and bathos
of the Checkers TV speech.
The California Machiavelli suffered the fate of his Floren-
tine model. The liberals pilloried him. Mr. Nixon dropped him as
too hot a property and the politicians of both parties have
covertly followed his precepts. Gov. Karl Warren and Sen. Wil-
liam Knowland also used Chotiner, but it was with Mr. Nixon
that he teamed up. Both were tough, moody men, both primarily
artisans using politics as their raw material in a crude amoral
way.
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MR. NIXON'S NKXT MENTOR was Whittaker Chambers
former Communist-turned-hound-of-God. dabbling in politics and
journalism, fascinated with conspiracy, caught in an agonized
wrestling with history and theology. The accuser in the Alger
Hiss case, he gave' Mr. Nixon his chance at the national spot-
light, and Mr. Nixon in turn gave him his vindication. Both men
were loners, and until Chambers' death in 1961. they extended to
( ach other a fitful but special kind of friendship which rested on
their common Quaker origins and their entanglement in the Hiss
case, but even more on their common interest in a modern trin-
ity power, history and God.
Where Chotiner's anticommunism had been an election
gimmick, very much in the air in the McCarthy period. Cham-
bers' anticommunism was a philosophy that was to stay with Mr.
Nixon through the '50s and most of the '60s. During this period,
he tried at first to influence global policy as Eisenhower's Vice
President, and then waited impatiently for a chance to shape
his own policy. But it was Chambers who left the enduring im-
print. Even when the cold-war anticommunism which was one
segment of the Chambers' world-view had to give way at the
end of the '60s, the other segment the sense of history sur-
vived in Mr. Nixon's mind.
There were two world figures whom Mr. Nixon studied and
who nourished his world view. One was John Foster Dulles. Ki-
Isenhower's secretary of state, who carried U.S. foreign policy
I around with him in his traveling briefcase, whose mind was at
lonce legalist and subtle, but who added a brinksmanship daring
|to his diplomacy. The other was Charles dc Gaulle.
Mr. Nixon was not a Dulles familiar. His account of a hos-
pital visit to Dulles, then dying of cancer, just before Mr. Nixon's
kitchen debate" trip to Moscow, suggests that he stood in awe
Dulles. He scarcely knew De Gaulle at all. having met him
ily in the fallow period before 1968. as a private citizen. Yet
3th left a scar on his mind. The diplomacy of the past year
buld have been impossible without their influence. Kven t.Tie
Ist-election Nixon of today shows some of the De Gaulle style
[the deliberate sense of distance from the people, and the effort
[copy Dc Gaulle's magisterial handling of the press.
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FOR A TIME IT LOOKED as if Mr. Nixon had found a new
itor in John Mitchell, who managed his 1968 campaign and
la few years was close to the throne. But Mitchell added little
|what Mr. Nixon had learned from Chotiner and had figured
for himself. For a while also there was the fleeting influence
fat Moynihan, but Mr. Nixon couldn't find his Malraux in the
h.'urial Irish politician-professor.
He found more than Malraux in Henry Kissinger, who was
I Chambers in his sense of history, but who showed Mr. Nixon
| he could achieve his place in history by moving the cold war.
i sense, Kissinger stood the Chambers' anticommunism on its
i and added brilliance in the arts of diplomacy that Mr. Nixon
|Mr. Nixon has used and survived them all, has discarded
|y needed.
kr. Nixon has used and survived theem all. has discarded
ial and is capable of discarding Kissinger, too. Meanwhile,
1 the sum of the mentors he has met.
Israel Night
Will Honor
Leo Beer
Leo Beer. SI. will receive the
Slate of Israel Scroll of Honor
Tuesday at 8 p.m. at Galahad
>.'< rth during the Hallandale high
.-.,, n-pttrnent's "Night in Israel"
celebration.
>iii...;icement of Mr. Beer's
-c led ion was made by George
Sordhn, chairman of the sponsor-
in? Galahad North Israel Bonds
Committee. The fete will lie a
highlight of the Hallandale area's
celebration of Israel's 25th anni-
versary of independence.
Mr. Beer is a director of the
Kcrzl Lodge ol B'nai B'rith. a
1 lember of the executive commit-
tee of the Anti-Defamation League
i B'nai B'rith, and a board mem-
l.er of the Zionist Organization of
America for tiie Hollywood Dis-
trict.
He has been visiting Israel since
1930. is years before statehood
ivaa achieved, and last visited the
Jewish nation in 1970. He was an
officer in the Austro-Hungarian
Army during World War I. set up
a-c ssi\i; businesses in Germany
and moved to the United States
nearly 40 years ago. He has lived
in the Hallandale and Hollywood
areawith his wife, Kitty, since
1965.
afembart of the Galahad North <"..ni-
mitlee include Mr. and Mr.- Harry
Iiall. Mr. and Mis l>;iviil llarncll.
.Mr. and .Mrs. Morrla Blidman, .Mr.
and .Mrs Jack Bllckateln, .Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Brodaky, Mr. ana Mrs.
E<1 Ci.hon. Mrs. Kvt-lyn Cowan, Mr.
; and Mrs. Albert Harr. .Mr. anil Mi -
| Samuel Peldaian, Benjamin Flshtlne,
Mrs Minnie Pleckop, Sol Freed, Mr.
i and .Mrs. .Max Friedman. Mrs Paul-
ina Qlaaaer, Mr. and Mrs. Morrla
Gold, Mrs George Gordon and Mr.
and Mrs. Martin Haapel.
Also Mr. and Mrs. David Kaltman.
Mrs. Mary Kaplan. Mr. and Mrs.
Jnck Kaufman. Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Kreaton, Mi*, and Mra. Harry Moss.
.Mr. and Mrs. Morris Nagle, Mi and
Mrs. Michael Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Jo-
seph Perlateln, Mr. and Mrs. Horace
N. Sampson. Jacob .1 Saxe, Mr. and
Mrs. laldore Schlff, I'M Shapiro. Mas
Shapiro, .Mrs. Roae Shapiro, Mrs
Henrietta Slcea, Mrs Mariha l>.
Sievers, Paul Bieveti, Mr. and Mrs.
Salomon Singer, Michael Steinberg,
I" Henr) 8w*rti Charlea Vogel and
Mrs. Ai.no Wi isman
'Zero Population'
Joyce Tarnow of "Zero Popula-
tion Growth" will be guest speaker
at the 10 a.m. meeting of the
South Dade Chapter of ORT on
Tuesday at Dade Federal, 10301
S. Dixie Hwy.
r: .i-riii Mwaanii
rCobbinical Uelt
eviston
n
roaramt
"d
Nov. M Ch. 4, 8:S0 a.m. The First K-state
Topi;: "Farm Workers' Stiuggle for Equality"
Host. Rev. Luther C. Pierce

Guests: Rev. August Vandenbosche and Eliseo .,
Medina ... .
Nov. 20 Ch. 10. 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
Host: Rabbi Eugene Lahovitz, Temple N'er Tamid
Nov. 2i Ch. 7. 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
Host: Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgard. Temple Beth Am
Topic: The book "A Beggar in Jerusalem"
-
Sen. Jackson Will Speak
At ATS Founders Dinner
Norman J. Kasser, president of ring the Everglades National Park
the South Florida Chapter of the
American Technion Society-Israel
nd in cr< ati ig 'he Gull Islai Is
National Seashore, the Bisca
National Monument and the Pel-
ican Island National Rel
hi:-i B clOS I. nd of
Floi idians. In !97i hi' re< eive
Four Freedoms Award for his
tribution lo "democracy
justice and national unity."
A dynamic Senator. "Scoop" has
fought for minority rights through'
out his political career. He i~ h
particularly good friend of the
Jewish community, demonslra' <.
by his many concerns with tlie*
welfare of the State of Israel, the
status of Soviet Jewry (he has
lecently been the leader ol i
giowing movement to induce the
U. S. Government to withhold any
further wheat sales lo the- Sov >t
Union unless the tax on Jews who
wish to leave Russia is rescinded
and other causes which he has de-
fended on behalf of American, is
well as world Jewry.
Institute of Technology, and chair-
man for the annual Founders
Dinner of the Society, has an-
nounced that Sen. Henry M.
Scoop" Jackson of the State of
Washington will be the principal
speaker at the Society's Dee. 5
dinner in honor of Ralph Levitz
of Levitz Furniture Corp.
Sen. Jackson's work in preserv-
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Friday. November 24,
Agency Planning
Israel 25' Book
Review Contest
"Israel. The People and the
Land" will be the subject of the
"Israel 25" txxik review contest
of tne Hebrew Judaica High
School of the Central Agency for
Jewish Education of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, as part
of the community wide observance
of "Israel 25". Herbert Zvi Berger
Executive Director of the Agency
and Co-Chair man of the Educa-
tion Committee of the "Israel 25"
Committee, has announce I.
Hundreds of students of the
High School program will read and
review novels, shoit stories and
non-fiction books on all phases of
Israeli life including such re n1
b *>ks as "The Pledge", "Genesis
1948". "O Jerusalem". "The Is-
rali". 'The Chan.: Spy", "The
Settlers", and "Midnight Convoy",
es well as books thai
snuggles that the
rise of modern Zion
estal lishment of '.)- State of
Israel.
The reviews will be j Iged by a
j'anel Including Mrs. Harry !:
educational librarian ol the Cen-
tral Agency for Jewish Education;
Abraham J. Gittelson. associati
director ot the Central Agency tor
Jewish Education: and Lev!
Soshuk. author of various publica-
tions on Israel for the World
Zionist Organization
Prizes will include books and
albums on Israel, Israel coin and
stamp collections, Florentine Gold
Israeli bookends and subscriptions
to Israeli magazines.
Tne contest is part of the over-
all observance of educational
events throughout the communitj
being planned by the Educational
Committee of "Israel 25". headed
by Phyllis Miller and Jerry Suss-
nian.
ISRAEL
WHAT DO YOU
KNOW ABOUT
A lorty week quiz, marking the 25th Nff
celebration of the birth 4 Israel, has bean pre-
pared for this and other member papers of the
American Jewish Press Association by the Depart-
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Section of the World Zionist Organization.
1. What were the names of the four holy cities of Palestine?
2. Which city in Israel is called the "capital of the Negev"?
3. By what power was Palestine ruled in 1918?
4. Which nation conquered Palestine in 1918?
5. Name the famous trial Theodor Herzl was covering as a
journalist in 1894?
6. What is the name of the Zionist classic written by Leo
Pinsker.
7. Who was the first High Commissioner for Palestine under
the Biitish Mandate?
8. What is "YOM YKRUSHALAYIM"?
9. What docs the word "ALIYAH" mean?
10. How are the two main communities of Jews in Israel
designated?
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urday, Dec. 2, in the synagogue.
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conducted.
N % stars and productions have
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November 24. 1972
vJewisti tkridiam
Page 13-A
This Week In History,..
(From H" of ,he Jewibh
Telegraphic Ageniyi
In VKAKS AGO THIS WEEK:
1932
"BERLIN President -Paul von
kdenbur^sjerm t y&BUft
Led by Aflolf Hitler Hinden-
[,.. informed Hitler that he could
considei him a candidate for
hancellor on other than a pariia-
[p'niaiv basis lest Hitler .
Ute a party dictatorship."
I deration of Polish Jews
|America charged Warsaw with
[using it* 'ample authority" to
part anti-Semitism.
;\\ IV More than 100 Jews
[plied for treatment for injuries
(stained in anti-Semitic dls-
tbances 'than spread to War-
v. VVilna, Cracow and the prov-
es Lwow resembles a city
[the throes of war. All the Jew-
ish stores are closed and some of
the non-Jewish stores as well ."
All Jewish students were evicted
from Warsaw University.
"VIENNA -* Several hundred
A v. ish fajjjuites are without means
of livelihood as a result of the
systematic elimination of Jews
from the staff of the Creditan-
slalt."
The tercentenary of Baruch
Spinoza's death was marked.
State Dept. officials rejected a
Women's Patriot Corp. demand
thai Albert Einstein be barred
because he was "affiliated with
more anarchist and Communist
groups than Josef Stalin himself."
10 YEARS AGO THIS WEEK:
11162
Two Soviet Jews got death
sentences, two got heavy prison
illel Jewish Student Center At U-M
resenting 2nd Annual Arts Festival
In commemoration of Israel's |
Hi Anniversary, the Hillel Jew-
Stiuiont Center at the Univcr-
y of Miami will present the
bond annual Festival of Jewish
Its Dec. 3-5.
The three-day festival is spon-
leil in cooperation with the
rater Miami Jewish Federation-
jlel Community Board, Yarkon
Merles of Boston and Pucker-
frai Galleries of Boston and
lusalcm which has a reputation
" importing quality paintings by
Seh artists.
yn display will be Israel as
as Israeli crafts. Exhibits in-
e paintings, hand-blown glass
tings, Yemenite jewelry, mod-
sculpture, ceramics, batiks,
pmonial wood carvings, bronzes
archaeological artifacts. All
bjects on exhibit may be pur-
sed; proceeds will go to the
MCA Awards Are
esented During
lennial Conclave
lyna -<> rue, 18151 NE
Ave., North Miami Beach,
i 'signated to re Ive the
Co egation Award of
' nion of Orthodox Jewish
ions of America, ac r I-
UOJCA i sident Joseph
The award was pre-
! during the 74th Anniver-
Biennial Convention of L'O-
hi'in-4 held in Boca Raton
week.
i\ Gutman, president of Con-
| .lion Beth Israel, 770 West
tii ^t.. Miami Beach, has been
I ;nated to receive the orga-
ktion's Community Service
i nil. the public tribute of the
onal orthodox Jewish commu-
R for the award recipients serv-
<>1 outstanding distinction to
synagogue and to the Jewish
nmunity at large.
'In' Pioneer Congregation Award
public tribute to a congrega-
established in a new commu-
within the past five years
Bh has earned outstanding iis-
tion through a creative pro-
km for strengthening Jewish be-
[ and observance among the fam-
s of the community. Rabbi
nah E. Caplan is spiritual leader
.' Lake Synagogue; the presi-
Bt is Morton Maisel.
Hillel Jewish Student Center.
During the festival there will be
piograms related to Jewish Arts:
an exclusive showing of the Israeli
film, "Joys of Kinetic Art", a
dramatic presentation by univer-
sity students, and a lecture-recital
on Jewish Music by Cantor Jacob
Bornstein.
The festival will be open to the
public from 2 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Dec. 4 and 5. Openings Saturday,
Dec. 2, and Sunday, Dec. 3. are
by invitation only. Mrs. Freda
Siegel will be glad to furnish
further details.
terms and others got shorter
terms for "economic crimes."
"BRUSSELS After prepai-a.-
tions lasting more than a year.
Israel and the Kuropean Economic
Communityopened formal and
intricate negotiations for the es-
tablishment of a link between
i them)."
were reportedly executed in Kishi-
vvere reportedlyexecuted in Kishi-
nev for "speculation," with five
Others jailed for 'economic
crimes."
"The concept of Jewish values
being handed down from father to
son today has become a case of
the blind leading the blind,"
charged Max M. Fisher, national
(tnector. B'nai B'rith Youth Or-
ganization.
New York industrialist Israel
RogOSin gave S>00,000 to Deborah
Hospital, Brown Mills, N. J.
At least five Jews were "prin-
cipal defendants" in a new mass
Soviet trial for "currency specu-
lation."
Israel's Supreme Court rejected
the appeal of ex-Army staffer Dr.
Israel Beer, convicted of spying,
and increased his term from 10
to 15 years.
Louis Lipsky, 'dean of American
Zionist leaders," received the
Zionist Organization of America's
Herzl Gold Medallion.
The General Assembly's annual
debate on Arab refugees opened
with Israel losing a procedural
decision letting the "Palestine
Arab delegation" speak first.
Polish-born Rabbi Aaron Kotler.
"one of the foremost Torah schol-
ars," died in New York at 71.
A little out of the ^vay.
A lot out of the ordiiiaiy.


ymour Liebman
leatured Guest
Llesivta Women of Greater
pn;i will hold a regular meeting
londay at 1 p.m. at Beth Israel
negation.
pr. Seymour B. Liebman. author
historian and columnist for
Jewish Floridian, will speak
[ The Survival and Decadence
It he Jewish Community."
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+Jenist FkriM^r
Friday, November 24.
1972
DATIUNE ISRAEL By Robert Slater
Three-Prong Battle Shaping Up
IN 1967. ONE Ol'T OF every two Jews who came
to Israel from the Soviet I'nioa^afcfpssn XJeui>_
gia. Now. five years later, one out of every three
Russian Jews in Israel is from this colorful, but
obscure section of the southern heartland in the
Soviet Union.
Day alter day. Israeli leaders express thanks
for the miracle of the Soviet aliyah. and promise to
make the adjustment to Israel as comfortable and
pleasant as possible for the Soviet Jews who are
flocking here in the thousands.
It would seem self-evident that the Georgians
who after all. are so large a proportion of the
Soviet aliyah would stand to gain immeasurably
from this outiwuring of Israeli goodwill. And. it
would appear just as likely that the Georgian com-
munity in Israel, now numbering some 15.000 would
be reasonably satisfied, grateful and cheerful.
But in at least one important segment of the
Georgian community within the leadership of the
Immigrants Association the emergence of so
many new Georgians on the Israeli scene has.
brought a growing alienation from the Israeli es-
tablishment and the government.
"I'm deeplj disappointed that we have not been
able to do enough for the new Georgian immigrants
who have come t>> Israel," said Yitzak Yedidia, who
has headed the Georgian Immigrants Association
for the pi-' ''m years. "We just have not been
able to get the necessary help from the Israeli gov-
ernment to offer assistance to the Georgians who
aro settling all around the country." he added.
The Israeli government, despite constant pleas
from the association, refuses to offer funds that
would enable association staffers to respond effec-
tively to the SOS calls they continuously get from
the Georians. Moreover, the government has made
no effort to employ Georgians in vital spots where
they could make the immigration and absorption
process go more smoothly for fellow Georgians.
Yedidia is talking about quitting the associa-
tion, and letting the membership look for other
leadership. Within the next month or two. he will
meet with Premier Golda Meir in a session that he
says will determine his own personal course of ac-
tion. If he leaves the association's chairmanship, he
openly concedes that this may serve as an invita-
tion to the non-Georgian religious forces to seek
an even tighter grip over the Georgian community
than they now have.
The religious elements, some from Agudat
Yisrael, and some from the Chabad movement,
which follows the Lubavitcher Rebbe, regard the
association n< non-religious and therefore :i noor
representative for the Georgians. While the associa-
tion wrestles with the Israeli bureaucracy, it Is
fighting a parallel battle witli the religious activists
who have showered money and attention on iank-
and-file ''> orgians to win their support.
Thus, with the Georgian leadership getting
more and more furious at the Israeli govern-
ment, an 1 at each other a three-pronged I
has Shaped up among the association, the govern-
ment, and the non-Georgian religious groups
Panorama
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Two 'Promised Lands'
(.i. iffl, Jewlab Tetesraphlo Again y>
IJOW THAT \VK ABB celebrating the 25th anniversary
of Israel's existence, it might be worthwhile to study
it in relations to another promised land, the United States
of America.
The Bible tells us that Israel is a
I Promised Land. That America has been
I a promised land to millions from all
larts of the world is scarcely open to
question. This aspect of America was
ecognized by the very first settlers
rhi- pilgrims s]x>ke of themselves as a
kind of lattei day Israelites, fleeing
from the pharaoh of England and spoke
of the Lord taking them across the Red Sea of the
Atlantic. So deep set was this conviction that even the
fiec-thinking Ben Franklin proposed that the seal of the
fleeing from pharaoh.
United States should show a picture of the Israelites
But Israel, when it declared its independence, was
not a land of milk and honey Jewish farmers were lx'-
ginning to produce milk in some quantities, but it was
certainly not then a land of milk and honey; and it
lacked other things.
Israel was in an even more deplorable state than
America from a military stand|>oint. Gen. Marshall, a
good friend of the Jews, warned that in a week the
Arabs would win. France sent money and soldiers to
America and it won. Israel got no help in the way of
soldiers only financial aid from abroad and it won.
But the end of the war of 1776 did not bring full
peace with England. And the end of the war of independ-
ence in Israel, as we know, has also not brought the full-
ness of real peace.
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Banditry-Russian Style
lulOSOOW JOURNALIST Valdimir Katin con-
tends that the effort to force Russia to life from
the emigration process the Jewish brains-for-sale
restriction is "nothing else than another anti-Soviet
action by pro-Zionist circles." This makes three-
fourths of the U.S. Senate pro-
Zionist. For nearly all the senators
of the United States, paced by
Henry Jackson, D-Wash., are ap-
plying economic pincers on the
Kremlin. It is not a wistful and
wishful resolution from a Zionist
convention that confronts Mos-
cow; it is a bona fide Senate pro-
posal designed to deny the U.S.S.R.
the most favored nation privileges so greatly cov-
eted unless the nation that would make 20th century
serfs of its Jews decides to knock it off.
Keep that obnoxious and exorbitant price tag
on Jewish intellectuals in effect, say the senators,
and you will lose out on that billion dollar plus
grain deal now in your grasp. This capitalistic na-
tion indeed has the hard currency you are panting
after but it also has a hard line on its determination
to preserve human rights of Russian Jewish emi-
gres. You may want to regard the new Jewish ran-
som tax as Russia's own internal affair; but if so.
forget about trade benefits from the United States.
But, the Russians reply, there is nothing un-
natural about the state reserving the right to de-
mand the refunding of expenses when individuals
leave the country. We have every right to demand
that such emigrants reimburse the state for edu-
cating them. Indeed, says journalist Katin, Sweden
does exactly that. To which Bruno Eneberg, editor
of the Swedish Information Service has swiftly re-
plied: "Not so! No one who decides to leave Sweden
is forced to pay back to the government the part
of the cost for his education he received in the form
of free schools."
A put-down for.Russia, that. A |>ut-down for
Russia also by the U.S. Senate. And a put-down
for Russia by those 21 Nobel laureates who have
publicly and dramatically demanded that Moscow-
end cruel financial demands on educated emigres.
In the first eight months of 1972. some 20.000
Jews departed Russia, according to reliable reports.
This flow must continue. The free world demands it.
There must be an end to the Kremlins tax-on-brains
proposal, trenchantly and accurately described by
Golda Meir as a device "drawn from the arsenal of
punishments appropriate to the dark period of his-
tory on the Soviet Union."
M|S*M il^MMri,.,;, :;$.., .. .., (
Israel Newsletter
BY Carl Aiperi

Who Hoards Land?
The Government
yrilE GREAT IDEAL of the Jewish National
Fund < JNF) used to be redemption of the soil
of the Jewish homeland. Ownership of land by th
JNF was hailed as a measure to
prevent private speculation, and as
an important step on the road to
I Jewish national independence.
The great ideal has been fulfilled
beyond the wildest dreams o'
those who founded the j\p aml
worked lor it< sue r the
... irs, Israel's National Land Au-
thority today owns
trols 92.G'' of all land within the pre-19
of I-
How di i this come about? The t |
the land a- owned by the British Mandat iry gov-
trn nt, and pass* J into the hand-of th bra
net t with 'he establishment il thi si ii \n-
th. r bloc of lands is that owned by Ara
from the country in 194S. Technics I lands
ire still registered in their names, but 'rv idmin-
istered by the Custodian of Absentee Property. JNF
owned land is al>o administered by the Land Au-
thority.
The National Land Authority ha< been selling
some lard, for housing or for agricultural develop-
ment, and has been leasing other properties for suit-
liar purposes. Not every one can qualify for irovern- !
ment land, and hence the competition for the 7.4''
of land remaining in private hands ha< been fier.v.
There is i:o doubt that this has been an important
factor contributing to the spiralling cost >: housing
in Israel. In short, the concentration of ~> much
land in the hands of a national body has been re-
sjx>nsib!e for the very speculation which the JNF
had thought to avoid.
Furthermore, embarrassing questions air now
being asked as to who have been the kicky ones
who managed to obtain government land, an.l th.s
at prices far, far below the market or speculative
value. Why have some building contractors been
able to obtain plots at cut rates plots on which
they profit enormously?
Who were the government officials who were
able to secure lease of some of these lands at sym-
bolic rates only and then turned around and re-
leased them at the current free market rate?
Obviously something was wrong. Not Ion? ago
the government decided the time had come for a
thorough shake-up in the Lands Administration. Gen.
Meir Zorea, 49. retired from distinguished service
as a career army man, was named head of the
authority.
This makes him. outside of actual political post,
probably the most influential man in the country
His job is unenviable. To begin with, he must for
the first time take inventory of all these Ian* Jt
has never been properly done. Titles have not be*"
checked, boundaries not surveyed, many leases no
even recorded. There are tens of thousands of
raelis living in new housing projects who arv
not
even sure if they own their flats or are just '"enting
them.
It could very well be that reorganization o
the Land Authority, and making immediately avai-
: able for home construction large areas of urban ai
-suburban land, may prick the speculative bubbe,
and bring the housing situation in Lsrael down
manageable proportions.
,.*
...;


Friday, November 24, 1972
Jeisti HerSetter
Page 15-A
Rabbi Psychologist
Appointed By Clinic
South Beach Medical Clinic and
I Mental Health Center of 627
I .Vabiti"-;ti)n Ave., Miami Beach.
ippointed Dr. Abraham M.
i^ Chief of the Department
iit.i] Health and executive
istrator of all medical and
sychological services.
Dr, Cassel received his academic
Itraining at Columbia University,
IVshiva University and the Uni-
versity <>l Miami Graduate School.
ij.p interned as Clinical Psycholo-
I si .ii Brooklyn State Hospital,
[p.ockland State Hospital, the Ar-
nold Cesell Child Development
I Institute of Yale University, and
i Letchworth Village for the
|y retarded.
Dr. Cassel came to Miami Reach
1951 us Rabbi of Kneseth Israel
S nagogue. Among his many inno-
:: was the establishment of
free Mental Health Clinic
ici a church or synagogue.
ilso the first rabri in the
: Florida t" be certified as
dIo 1st,
i 'assel began his private
I in 1954. and during the
[asI two years took sabbatical
ave I" accept hospital appoint-
in New Jersey and Texas,
was principal clinical psychol-
i_i-; ii the Greystone State Hos-
ital where he assumed the re-
f nsibility of training resident
psychiatrists, psychologists, psy-
chiatric nurses and graduate stu-
pe nts.
Fol
SSI
i as
irtici
I
(
a I
lowing this assignment, Dr.
I was called to Texas, where
sumed the position of chief
II psychologist in one of the
I state mental institutions,
th New Jersey and Texas.
"assel was closel involved
Juvenile and Family Courts,
isultant. One of his most un-
assignments was as chief
mental health officer at the his-
toric Woodstock Festival in New
York. Through this experience, he
established strong communication
with those in the drug scene, and
is today considered an expert in
drug dependency an.l rehabilita-
tion.
Dr. Cassel holds the holiest
ranking certificate in administra-
tion and supervision issued by the
Florida Department of Education,
He is a member of many profes-
sional associations, including the
American Psychological Associa-
tion, the Florida and Texas Psy-
chological Associations and also in
Divisions 12 and 29 of APA. which
accepts psychologists who are ex-
pertly competent in the field of
clinical psychology and psycho
therapy.
As Administrator of the South
Beach Medical Center. Dr. Cassel
Will guide the day by day clinical
services, including health services
for the Senioi Citizen, lor the fam-
il.- unit and also act as liaison
(flic.!- between the community
and the center.
As Cbiei of Mental Health. Dr.
Cassel plans to expand facilities
and special services for the family
facing emotional and psychological
problems. The one main and im-
portant new service will be a
nirthadone program for the drug
dependent.
This Week's Film Openings
"Ulzana's Raid" opened this
week at the Miami, 163rd St..
Palm Springs, Coral Way, 27th
Ave. Drive-in and Plaza-Holly-
wood. "They Only Kill Their
Masters" began at the Byron.
Twin 11-Dadeland, North Dade
Drive-in, Sunny Isles No. 1.
Gables and Florida No. 2 (Coral
Ridge).
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^Jewish Floridian
Miami, Florida Friday, November 24, 1972
Section B
Arthur Rosichan Saluted
At 34th Annual Meeting
A grateful Jewish community
honored Arthur S. Rosichan,
executive vice president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, this week. Some 500 per-
- ins who had gathered at the
Carillon Hotel for Federation**
34!h Annual Meeting and Dinner.
saluted the former teacher and
!. worker.
Federation presented Mr. Rosi-
r'lrin. a leader of the Greater
Miami Jewish community since
19f>0. with a 35 century old ce-
ramic urn, excavated recently
trom the Judean hills outside of
Jerusalem.
Mr. Rosichan, who was hon-
ored for 13 years of devoted
service to Miami's Jewish com-
munity, also received a piece of
15th century literature from
Vito Rigillo, director of the
United Fund of Dade County.
Mr. Rigillo, who spoke of his
high personal and professional
regard for Mr. Rosichan, said
the close, productive working
relationship between Federation
and the United Fund "could not
be matched in any other com-
munity in the nation."
The annual meeting and din-
ner was cochaired by Fred K.
Shochet, editor and publisher of
The Jewish Floridian and Mrs.
Robert Russell, wife of Federa-
tion^ president.
Mrs. Russell personally pre-
sented a piece of original art by
local artist Sadie Rosenbloom
to Mr. Rosiehan's wife, Claire,
who was unable to attend the
dinner.
Mr. Russell presented Presi-
dents' Leadership Awards to
Mrs. Philip Bloom. Gerald Fal-
ick and Norman H. Lipoff "for
their outstanding record of ac-
complishments in furthering
the goals of Federation."
In commenting on his previ-
ous year as president, Mr. Rus-
sell outlined some of Federa-
tion's accomplishments in the
areas of expanded services to
the area's aged, youth and needy.
"Last year I pledged to main-
tain a strong Jewish community
here at home," Mr. Russell de-
clared, "and to extend our hand
to Jews in need wherever they
may be.
I'm making that pledge again;
but it's not the awesome burden
that it seems to be for I know
I can depend on your help," he
said.
Both Mr. Russell and Harry
A (Hap) Levy, chairman of the
Federation's Combined Jewish
Ap;>eal-Israel Emergency Fund
campaign, lauded Mr. Rosichan
Vito Rigillo (left) director of the
United Fund, presented Arthur
S. Rosichan with a piece of
15th century literature on be-
half of the booard of directors
of the United Fund of Dade
County Monday night at Fed-
eration's 34th Annual Meeting
and Dinner. Over 500 persons
gathered to honor Mr. Rosichan
for 13 years of devoted service
to the community.
for his "leadership, professional-
ism and. dedication."
"Arthur Rosiehan's foresight
has contributed immeasurably
to the growth and well-being of
Miami's Jewish community," Mr.
Levy said. "His example has
inspired the leaders of this com-
munity to strive to make Miami
a better place in which to live."
In accordance with the By-
laws of Federation, the officers,
board of directors, trustees and
board of governors were duly
elected and installed.
The officers installed were
Robert Russell, president; Mil-
ton Weiss, immediate past presi-
dent; L. Jules Arkin, David B.
Fleeman, Harry A. Levy, Morton
Silberman and Harry B. Smith,
vice presidents; Mrs. Sol Gold-
stein, secretary; Norma C. Kip-
nis. associate secretary, Samuel
I. Adler. treasurer, and Eli Tim-
oner, associate treasurer.
The newly elected board of
directors, comprised of officers
and past presidents includes Ber-
nardo Bones, Shepard Broad, Dr.
Sol Center, Leo Eisenstein, Ger-
ald R. Falick, Mrs. Leonard
Friedland, Arthur Horowitz. Jo-
seph H. Kanter, Rabbi Leon
Kronish, Ralph Levitz, Richard
Robert Russell (left) president of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, honored Norman Lipoff, Mrs. Philip Bloom and
Gerald Falick (right) with the 1972 Presidents' Leadership
Award, the presentation took place at Federation's 34th
Annual Meeting and Dinner which honored Arthur S. Rosi-
chan, Federation's executive vice president, this week.
D. Levy. Norman H. Lipoff,
Stephen Muss, Jack S. Popick,
Mendell M. Selig. Fred K.
Shochet, Jerry Sussman. Harold
Thurman. Robert H. Traurig,
Mis. Irving VVexler and A. B.
Wiener.
Also past presidents Sam
Blank. A. J. Harris. Sam J. Hei-
man, Howard Kane. Aaron M.
Kanner. Leon Kaplan. Sidney
Lefcourt. Joseph M. Lipton.
Stanley C. Myers. Max Orovitz,
Dan B. Ruskin, William D Sing-
er, Carl Weinkle and Mihon
Weiss.
Federation Trustees include
Sam Blank, chairman; Leonard
L. Abess, David P. Catsman,
Leo A. Chaikin, Joseph Cohen,
Judge Irving Cypen, Nathan H.
Darsky, Samuel N. Friedland.
Samuel Kipnis, Dr. Irving Lehr-
man. Baron de Hirsch Meyer,
Ben Meyers, A. J. Molasky, Jo-
seph M. Rose, Leonard Rosen.
Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff. Harry
Sirkin and Mrs. Carl Weinkle.
Arthur S. Rosichan, (right) executive vice president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation, looks over the 35 cen-
tury old Israeli urn that was presented to him at Federa-
tion's 34th Annual Meeting and Dinner Monday night. Mr.
Rosichan, who was honored for 13 years of devoted service
to the community is shown with Robert Russell, who wo3
reinstalled as Federation president, and Muriel Russell, a
cochairman of the event.
BURDINE'
THANKSGIVING
Now that you've had your feast,
come help yourself to Burdine's harvest
of bargains! You'll find hundreds of ways to
. save on great new fashions, furnishings, gift ideas
for everyone. Check every department, every floor.
It's a good time to have your holiday list at hand for a headstart
on shopping! And do bring your Burdine's credit card
to speed you on your wayl
ALL BURDINE'S STORES OPEN LATE FRIDAY


Page 2-B
vJenist FkridF/air
Friday, November 24, 1972
National JWV Prexy
To Visit Groups Here
>i b Joseph M Vucker, national
president oi the Jewish War Vet-
trans Auxiliary, is planning to
MRS. WStfH VUCKER
sit 1 Fl<
;
To honor Mis. V : '";-
planneci the
pftein s ;
ire-
. i" the Cil .
the
lay. Dec. 9, she
nda Children Hos
Auxili ry No. 723
] 11 will prosenl a
.. in hi 1 honor; and on Sun-
,' ij Do artmenl President
1 : s< department offi-
c,i- .. 1 m dents and sis-
ters icili iries in the area.
: ni hi with 0 luncheon at
Hotel, at 11:30 a.m.
1
condi I bj
;.:.- of Plains.
: Y., 1- -: S
Coll gc, where I ">
A teat hi n
Reiss Associate
Administrator Of |
Kashruth Division
Rabhi Philip H. Reiss ol Brook-
lyn. N. V.. has been appointed
Rabbinl Admin ttvatoi
: tht Kashruth Division of the
Union of Orthodox Jewish Congre-
ions ni America, according to
L'OJCA president Joseph Karasick.
The UOJCA Kashruth Division
i- res|M>nsible for the Kashruth
-: hi and certification of
over 5,000 food products and serv-
ices uni 1 1 Ihi Kashruth service,
a projii directed by the Joint
Kashruth C mniission, under the
1: aiimanship ol Nathan K. Gri
in conj 1 net ion uith the Ral binical
c 0111 An 1 tea. Rabl 1 Ben I
. 1 in is the new Ij -appointed Rab-
b nic Administrator of the ECash-
11.tli service.
Ral i He ss was born in New
York and st died at the Rabbi
Isaai I chanan Theological Semi-
nar) '.i Yoshiva University, where'
hi reouivi i rabbinical ordination.
He seived in a number of rabbini-
c.-l posts '.n the ana of Boston,
Mass., im M years, and was a
faculty m. ml er "t the Malmonldes
School there.
For 'in pasl ten years, Rabbi
Reiss has served as assistant to
' j:..bhi Alexander S. Rosenberg.
Rabbinic Administrator <>r the
I'OJC'A Kashruth Division, who
I Based awaj last month. He cur-
ii-ntly serves as Instructor of
Talmud St the James Striar
School of Yeshiva University.
Membership Party Slated
B'Nol Isiael. newlj formed
worn n's group of B'Nai Israel and
Greater Miami Youth Synagogue,
are having a nvmhoiship part)
I the home ol Myra Stern. $5)W>
SW "I-" Tn.. Tuesday at K p.m.
Greenburg (N.Y.) school system.
he is on sabbatical leave during
his academic year, and intends to
! States to leant more about her
untral concern the problems
ol minority children and then ad-
1 st mint in the public schools.
:.ns. Vucker has done graduate
work at Ooiumbia Unlveisity and
KanhattanviUe College of the
.- ... red Heai t.
Mrs. Vucker is a member of
nany other civic organisations,
, eluding Hadassah. the National
G jii.il of Jewish Women, the
American Federation of Teachers.
the Westchester Smith College
CUib. and the Guild Of the Jewish
Community Center In White
Plains. For many years, she served
on the Jewish Community Council
0 White Plains.
Lillian Sehoen. Department of
Florida presklcnt. has made her
November visits to the
owing Auxiliaries Barry H.
hen, Pompano Beach; Col.
' >avid Marc is. Foui F
Mbert Aronoxitz. Thanksgiving
tj at Miami Betei ans Hos-
On Nov, 27 she will visit Point
Fast: Nov. 28, Robert K. Franz-
1 lau; Nov. 29, Federation Meeting
West Palm Beach; Nov. 29.
(ban. kali party, Veterans Hos-
; ital.
Children's Center
Ball Beneficiary
In order to m et the c ei in-
:, .., need f >r *erv!ees for the
hj -.- illy nan !' a' i>ed and nv n-
laE> retarded children cnro'l 1 al
the North Hade Children's C n-
1, re.-. 15450 w. Dbde H -.
Noith Miami Beach, inboard n*
iir. ctot -: ins 11 Ing a banquet
find bi thj Eden Ro? Hot*'
s lay. Dec 10, :>' 6 n.m acco '
i-ic to Mrs. John Mi e il
chairman.
The center, which has i-->\ i i-'
' t' arhins an1 training for the mul-
tiple h indi ap icd an retard -d for
the |st six years, is constructing
a new facility at 45th Avenue and
Palmetto Expt sswaj In ord r to
iuble its enrollment. The chi' l~en
are a < >1 d onlj as th taf! is
ab'e to i".ovile :\\ quatc space for
sonnt'. to ni" t their needs.
r .. : t the b nc V hall, which
will be h< : annuall) su '
n- tnter's progra n are avail-
able through Gloi... F isano, t rkel
:hairman, or maj secure 1 at
SINGLE CRYPT
MT. NEBO MAUSOLEUM
of sacrifice pric*. Coll 641-0258,
9 to 5 P.M. or MOJ-0986 eneninos.
Is it true that the
man who invented
the sandwich had
a liijj month?
No. He just knew good food and
was a natural matchmaker.
You can be too.
Just put your favorite
sandwich filling on any of the
August Bros, breads or
rolls. They're baked in an
imported Israeli oven.
Ifs August all year
Wound
Good Water
for Diets
Miinv diets call lor m.tnv ul.i-^c- nl vvjtcr each
day. It'* important to JnnL 1 t ami unit, and
V. Valley Water makes it m easy to do this
- so palat 1M1 si Injit' on tin s\ stem.
When \nu tits; u-u Minini.il.1 Valley Water,
yon drinl nu real water lot the
tir-t time. I:. on vou II know
what inuuiipar.i 1 id water can mean lot you.
t inly one w.itei has earned nations ide ai 1 l.um
M :. e\ VVatci lustom American spring
has been inconstant u* tot It XI years the
Mountain Valley spring in Hot Spring Arkansas.
Today .i nl tss dome protects that spring mi that mt
even .nr pollution can cttct t the prci i< ms v. atcr.
.Mount.mi Vallei is delivered to you tail) 111 glass
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Carefully selected and pearled
to snowy whiteness. Makes your
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HAPPY CHANUKAH
Barton's continental chocolates,
a fine addition to your
entertaining, and always a
welcome gift for this happiest
of holidays!
A. Milk Chocolate Chanukah
medallions, 15c each
B. The Menorah, milk and
bittersweet chocolate assort-
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C. Bag 'O Dredels, Swiss
chocolate, 79c
D. DredelGame, 1.20
E. Swiss Chocolate Menorah, 69c
F Chocolate Chanukah Gelt, 65c
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Taqe 4-B
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Friday, November 24,
1972
39 Life Members Join
Hebrew Academy \\ omen
n ne worm ne life
rs of th
en Last ek at thi
.
life
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23 :
th< G Miami
Worl i'li
: Cha Irving
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Wholesale Distributors o*
Phi Sigma Sigma 59th Anniversary Celebrated Here
Members of the I
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Processors and Exporters
of the lines! U.S. Govt. Inspected
KOSHER MEATS and POULTRY
2891 W. 4th AVENUE,
MALE AH, FLORIDA
Phone TU 7-2696
William C lerman Di i mei.
Gabriel Deutsch, Bernard Diner.
Melvin Felt. Beii Furst, William
ankUn Fiedelholtz.
Gerjuoy. Esther Grant.
Myron Greenberg and Farm,
: iuli It
the Mesdami Moi eno
i l [i rschmann, I a lis
in. Al i on Kat/.
idcrio Kellerman. Rose Levy,
. i Liebow Itz,
S i IJ son. Sam I .ubj. Ji.. and
l!ose 1 ngei
: Muskat.
ne\ Mj res, l m .- i *t] In,
Rosi I Imun l< R sen-
Saft epin,
Si all, Irv-
on and Ros
S ipiro
Four Freedoms
Names Phil Sah!
- and civic
Phil Sah I has
lions j
r- Manors, Miami
h musing and :onvales n\
home. His appointm nl was an-
nounce : bj Harrj D. Stone execu-
te c vice sident of F >ur Frce-
loms Nal Med S
Co.
Mr Sahl comes to the new as-
1. >m 12 years as gen-
ii manager of the President
Madison Hot I, which was sold
this month bj Four Fi *cdoms I i
Lionel Bosom, owner of the Bis-
eaya retirement hotel.
Executive director of the Four
Fn doms Civic Clubs, Mr. Sahl
- I of the City of Miami
Bi i h Pi' sonnel Boai I and a ;
ol the I-', lei Histadrul
S> th Florida. He is
vice pi -Kli-nt ol the National
ol Senior Citisens for
!
his new assignment, he will
'loselj with d i :toi -. hos-
officl i..- of iv-
. i -
licii n.-y oj of I
at 42 Col-
lins A
The 59th annlversarj of the
i' unding of Phi Sigma Sigma,
national collegiate sorority. will
In observed In this area bj local
and alumnae members at a
luncheon to be held at noon Sat-
urday, Dec. 3, in the King's
nd Yacht Club.
Phi Sigma Sigma was founded
26 at Hunter Collei e
N Y., and has cha| ti i s ovei the
country including one at
the University ol Florida at
Gainesville. Its central office is
located at 146 Almeria Ave., ("oral
Gables.
Miss Bobbl Ossip will be the
principal speaker at the luncheon;
Mis. Robert Rosen is in charge
of introductions arid the program.
A skit will I., presented by mem-
hers ol the Beta Theta chapter at
the University of Miami.
uncheon rom
Ittee are Mrs. victoi ,{l.iu,r
. bait-man; Miss Lain, f
collegiate chairman, and m,
Joseph Klein i
'Hi- monthly mei
mi Alumnae of i
Sjgma will be held .-, -
Wednesday, Dee. f j ,
: Mrs. Paul Fui
Ave.. ("oral r,: |
The
tastiest way
to cut
down on
salt.
Sunshine
Krispy
unsaited
tops
are the
crackers
you love for
flavor!
STRICTLY KOSHERPARVE
K on the package means Kosher
RS means Rabbinical Supervision
-^f
They're double good because they're dou-
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and then pack them all in our reclosable
stay-krisp plastic bag. That's for double
crispness, double goodness.That's Krispy.
It's nice to know that old friends are bet!
than ever.
The freshest ideas
keep coming from SlMSnine
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Friday, November 24. 1972
Jfew f /Tkiriidlmn
faqe 5-*
Esther Smith AJCongress
Bruncheon Guest Speaker
Es
chaii
ther Smith, national program
:ii in ami national vice pres-
(il the Women's Division,
tSTHtK SM'TH
lean Jewish Congress, will he
l si eaker at (lie annual mem-
ship bruncheon of the AJC's
la Women's Division, which
>; I lake place in the Algiers
at 11:30 a.m. Thursday,
30.
Ms. Smith, vice president of Vork Jewish Community Re-
ations Council who has IU'n s
ational director of the Committee
I IU'sixns!bility, an organization
in 1965 ;o save war in-
Vietnamese children, will
"ii "Currenl American Jew-
' n ;ress Prioi ities."
ing the bruncheon, the cul-
ling I VI nl of "American Jew-
mpress Month" which is be-
*erved during November, the
Frances Wolfsou
Original Used To
\i Frances Wolfson has again pro-
iled "in' ol her fine works of
i iginal Chinese contemporary art
I use as a holiday greeting card
lo aid young people.
All proceeds from the sale of
^Irs. Wolfson's unique card are
armarked for the Frances Wolf-
-ii] Art Scholarship Fund. Over
lie years, the Fund has provided j
'II tuition scholarships for almost
"0 promising young artists in
South Florida colleges and univer-
- lies.
-Mrs. Wolfson's original "Snow
I'd Rider" is reproduced on a
nc quality presentation card. The
1 scene depicts bright leaves
1 yellow and red, snow-capped
onntain peaks, and a rushing
iii.im. all surrounding the in-
n< Ij and rider wending their way
through a peaceful valley.
In the ancient tradition of
! nose art, this painting praises
the leisured and peaceful life."
The original work, valued at
nore than $1,000, is one of Mrs.
>Vo|fson*8 paintings selected by the
I r.iled Slates Information Agency
for a s|>ecial "one-man" exhibit in
government centers throughout
the Orient.
SUM fir Ptri. DMS.
N tf Ml Im thru Oft 11
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DELUXE MEALS
MitiJM-'I.WU'i
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OAVID NOSNIRS
twtii root f
200 FT. SUCH
DleKryLtws Strictly Observed
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CALL 166-0121
CONITSNT OltlNKAl SUrltVltlON
watMciacH on feiMitcf
annual American Jewish Congress
ommunity Senice Award foi
ommunication media will be prc-
ented to Fred K. Shochet, Pub-
Hsher and Editor of The Jewish
Floridian In recognition of the
excellent cultural, community and
public affairs program carried out
by ins newspaper.
Cochairmen for the bruncheon
will be Mrs. Muriel Meyerson and
Mrs. Kn Danrlg. who win preside
lor il: afternoon program.
xosef Yanich is executive direc-
for ol the American Jewish Con-
gress, which maintains offices at
1I9<) M-. 125th St., North Miami
Reynolds Opens
Hallandale Off iee
Reynolds Securities, Inc., mem-
her? ol Hi- Ni iv York stock Ex-
char.a has op -ned new off"cp< -ii
Hi' i:. Hallandale Beach Blvd
in Hallnnda'e. George J. Rosen has
bet n n.n nrd manager of the rirm
Which a'.ii has mi- nl; -rshi-j In
other leading exchanges.
The Reynolds office will be open
Monday through Thursday until
8:30 p.m. In an effort to provide
maximum convenii nee and serv-
ice in customers, Mr. Rosen said.
Private and group consultations
on mutual funds, tax-free mnuici-
pal bonds, corporate bonds and se-
en ill' Ira led bulb over the
counter and on the major ex-
fhansi t ore a\ ailable.
$250,000 Gift By Feinstcins
Sparks Florida Histadrut Dinner
\ $250 '';(' conti ibuti >n to th
lisiadrul in Israel for a sped
roll el which W ill bar the!
'i au 11. t ^ i honoi .ir, G ibi ie.ll
lid the Feiu-ii'ins' contribution
sures the success of this year's
rael H'si.idiui campaign in
i Ireatei Miami.
The Fclnsteins have been gen-
cro"s contributors i sun Hista-
ihut p oje I as the <;icater Mia n!
Technical High School in Ramie
the Mlse Bonem Medical Center in
Ramli and the Sidney and Lillian
Bolotin M dii il Center in B
hi a.
Thej will dedicate the new proj-
ect, which will be buill by the His-
tadrut in Israel, dui inc. a visit to
the Jewish nation latei this yeai
M- LfC\ In i :
ll ieportrd that this \. a\ -
fund i i I'n i r >r Histadi ut Is
[ontinuii : al a pace ,>ell al* a I I
1971. Israel's Amba ;a loi I >vad a
Soffer, envoj to the Unlt< d N
:ii. 111 '., guest akei al the
l>ec. 3 banquet,
Mr. and Mi s. Feinsti in ha>. e
be- ii leaders in th-- r< at ,r *
Committee for State ol i
Bonds sine.' the inception of the
dri\ e in re. and hi lied to pioneer
thi ann"al Mld-Wint i i
ol the !si ael Hista Ii ut Fo ind ition
in Miami Beach, rhej ted Is-
iael thi- summer to itud;
ii \ proji ei- ami pro [rams of the
Hi tadrut in Israel, pa tic ai j
those in ib health and ed il ion
; Ids
Pearl Bailey To Headline In Show
MR. and MRS. SAMUH FHNSWN
names was announcsd this week
y Mr. ami Mrs. Semuel Feinsteln,
Miami Beach civic leader-.
The '-'ill by the president of
'he Israel Histadrut Coun il of
South Florida, Mr. Feinstein, and
his wife Rebecca was announced
by Moe Levin, chairman ol th'
board of the organization, and Dr.
I.i in Kronish, honorarj chairman
Morris Nowmark, chairman of
the Dee. ". linner at the Fontait -
Song stylisi Pearl Balloj will
ie the entertainmenl por-
tion of the Cedars of Lebanon
Ai niv i-i|\ Ball in the Fontainc-
ileau n .tel Saturday, Dec. 9, a -
wording to an announcemnnt made
by Harry I Lewis, chairman ol
the hospital's board, and John '.I
>'.\eil. J-.. chairman of the gala
linner dance,
"The event will mark our 11th
anniversary, and the ocasion will
>e list I to i'iI Mr. Ll U i- and
ill the hoard member-, whose ef-
forts will give Miami an expand i
health arc enter," said hosoital
pn sid"iu S. K. Bronstcin in com-
p' '11 Ml" -l'i r^rt t,-r -I -,n-'|'" -.
lion i i hich will pro\ i Ie
mo e h I- and health care erv
ices.
The annual hla^k-tie i il
event is ;i "strictly fun" night, h -
cording lo Mr. Ltwis, who ex-
pects it to be a complete sell-out.
South Dade Academy Benefit
i'uve- ds ol a lunchi on and cai d
nartj to In held Wi Ii es Inj o i
' I a.m. to ". p. v I i the home of
Mrs. Rubin Offenh ich 841" s\v
104th St, ni go iv in Is the su -
porl of South Dade Hi brew .".
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Friday, November 24, 1972
Carom Roman, Dr. Michael Fredniaii
Married Iii Asheville, N.C., Rites
Caron Eve Roman
Mr and Mr-. Henry Roman.
:dents of Miami who now
as valedictorian of her'
Merritt Island High School grad-
ass at Cape Kennedy.:
She attended Emory L'r.:. rsity
and California Institute of Ti
where (he wi; '.'- *ir*
!i lani in tin '. .. b De-
I ?'- B A
I ,-.1 U:.r.< Sit!
In California with Phi Beta Kap-
pa honors. Caron made her debut
a= a Central Florida debutante In
1968. She is now workin? on a
research grant at Massachusetts
Institute of Technology.
Dr. Fredman. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Burton Fredman of Wash-
ington. DC. graduated from Cal- luncheon on Thursday, Nov. 30.
i form a Institute of Technology and at noon at the Algiers Hotel,
received his Ph.D. degree from | ft ft ft
Pioneer Women
Units Plan
Varied Agendas
< lub 2 ol Pioneer Women will
honor Mr. and Mrs. Harry Green-
_ at a luncheon on Nov. 26 at 1
n at the Cadillac Hotel. Harriet
Green. Council president, will be
I speaker.
-7- v ^
A viva Chapter will hold a bazaar
; on Tuesday, at the Washington l
I Federa
tv.een 9 and 5 p.m.
it i? *
The Beba Idelson Chapter will
hold an installation of officers
Pha.se I Of School Alert Program Is
'Launched By Epilepsy Foundation
The Greater Miami F.pilcpsy one in fifty school
Foundation announces the begin-1 some form of epil<
ning of its School Alert Program majority of these
offered for the flrsst time to the respond to medi
public schools in the state of, seizure-free if prop.
Florida.
t
-:e
can
ain
Phase 1 of this program is de-
signed to help educate teachers to
. recognize epilepsy and deal with it
and treated.
This is just th- ,. .
something that can and will fcZ
come a part of every school !-
effectively when a seizure occurs ; s,ate "> the years.
, in their classroom. Phase I will be l and ,l 1S a very 1 :eeh
the elementary schools.! l**\ xh*t Doa"'
rSj VieVhSt t" n ^ Junto High Schools.. "RST- in the State to offer ,hi3
be and Phase III in Senior High Program. I, ,s our hops ,hat thlj
Schools j i,rKram wnl1 encourage th, ncxt
bcnools- I generation of employers, co-
The first program, a pilot study, workers, neighbors, friends and
was held at the Miami Elemen- ] teachers, to understand and accept
tary Lakes School, in cooperation epilepsy, as well as encourage
with Miss Marjorie Plummer, those young people now uho have
principal, and the members of her '_ epilepsy to understand this die
Stanford University with high riis- The Eilat Chapter will hold a facu]tv this week. Miami Lakes ; order." said Mark Buchbinder
tinction. He is teaching in the Chanukah celebration on Tuesday. | irleme"ntary School was selected as president of "
tS. MICHAEL fKEDMAH
Computer Science Department of
Massachusetts Institute of Tech-
nology.
The couple honeymooned in Lake
Louise, British Columbia. Canada,
and are now at home in Belmont.
Mass.
Nov. 28. at 7:30 p.m. at the Wash- I ^ fjrst schoo] because of its
of the Foun tation.
ingtor'Federal. 1234 Washington innovative methods of meet- fj/gf Chapter To Present
Ave. Veda Gruber will preside, j ing ,he social and educational: J" "rTmm
j needs of its students on an indi- tnOflUKOn festival Concert
. vidual basis. The Eilat Chap' >( p\ori^.
Mrs. Clara McDowell, a board Women is presenting a Chanukah
member of the Foundation and | Festival Concert at the Financial
Games Party Proceeds To
live in Inverness IT*, became the ; fc fjf Cq(|cef Re$earCh
bnde of Dr. Michael Lawreiico
Fredman in Asheville, N.C., re-
cently.
Lubavitcher Chassidim
Mark Founder's Release
Jews in communities through-1 chairman of the School Alert Pro-, Federal. 755 WashingtonlaH
it the world will celebrate the j gram, declared. "A majority of ; Wednesday at 8 p.m. The proceed!
out
174th anniversary of Rabbi Sch-1 jne 4,000,000 Americans who have 1 are to go to Chili Rescue Fund
neur Zalman of Liadi's release, epilepsy are diagnosed at school j in Israel,
from Czarist prison Saturday. Fes- j age. School Alert is an extremely |
pro-
Caron selected a full length
white French velvet gown em-
broidered on the bodice and the
cuffed sleeves. Her f'lll cathedral
train featured matching embroid-
ery. Her wedding ring was that
worn by her late grandmother.
Mrs. Helen Baker of Miami Beach.
Her grandfather Jerry M. Baker
cf Miami Beach, traveled to N01 th
Carolina for the occasion.
Roo*evelt Temple No. 33 Pythian 1 tivities of the day will be culmi-', important program not only for; The Featured arti-t on the.
! Sisters will hold its annual card i nated at Lubavitch headquarters I the teachers, and for the children j K1"*"1 wil1 be Nina Diamond, well
' and frames Dartv for the benefit ', >n Brooklyn with a special public w1lo have epilepsy, but an impor- 1 kn"n soprano in the South F!or.
ana games pa p.-,,!.., address by the Lubavitcher Rebbe. | tant step in creating understand-1 Jda area, and a local favorite. Mn
of Cancer Research at Pythian
Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson. j jng anj knowledge of the disease."
Dr. Stuart Brown. Pediatric
Neurologist and Associate Profes-
sor at the University of Miami
Neurological Department, is the
medical advisor for the School
songs in English. Yiddish and He-
brew. Her accompanist is Olga
Bibor Stern.
Hall. 4601 W. Flagler St.. Wearies- 3,4^,, night.
ay a To Chabad-Lubavitch Chassidim.
Chairman for this event is Mrs. tht. "19th of Kislev" is significant
Shirley Wiezentha). The entire pro- | because the liberation of Rabbi
ceeds will be donated to the 'Hen-! Za'man m 1798 marked a resurg- j Aiert" Program and an active mem-
rietta Kostoff Memorial Fund for ence of the threatened Chassidic j her of the Foundation's board of
Cancer Research". The public is | movement struggling to expound | directors. He will conduct the j ^ holiday. Tickets must bepur.
invited to attend; admission is by I its teachings amongst the Jewish seminar. j (iase0 ;n advance For inform*.
. mas-es According to national statistics. I tion call president v la G.Tiber.
Diamond's program will include
A highlight of the evening wfl
be a candle lighting ceremony, in
honor of Chanukah followed bj
sones ;"d music u-ompriate to,
Recipes for the Chanukah Holidays
BY ESTHER PEINBErQ
It's e joyous time of the year, and one that belongs to the children as wen as to friends. Several of the recipes
you've sent us are perfect for canapoa or casual entertaining, and I know you'll enjoy them. Thank you for sharing them
with us. and naooy holidays from thi makers ol Hallmann's* and Best Foods** Real Mayonnaise.^
CURRIED APPETIZER MOLD
1 envelope unliavored Kosher
gelatin
1/2 cup cold water
1 112 cups hot vegetable broth
1/2 CUP HELLMANNS/BEST F0003
Real Mayonnaise
1/2 cup dairy sour cream
,1 tablespoon curry powder __,
Sprinkle gelatin on water 1o soften. Dis-
solve softened gelatin in hot vegetable
broth; chill 45 to 60 minutes or until
mixture is consistency of unbeaten egg
white. Mix together remaining ingredi-:
nts until smooth. Fold mayonnaise mix*
ture into gelatin mixture; turn into 3-cup
mold. Chill about 4 hours or until tirm.
Unmold and serve as an hors d'oeuvre
spread, appetizer salad or main dish
accompaniment. M8kes 6 (1/2 cup)
servings. .
Submittedby:-
Mrs. Harry M. Mansfield.
Bernardsville, New Jersey .. .
Smooth-blending Hellmann's/Besl
Foods adds both creamy texture and
subtle flavor to this delicious mold.
PLEASE...SEND US MORE OF
We'd be delighted if you'd share more
of your favorite Kosher mayonnaise
recipes with us. In fact, well print your
name and send you $10.00 for any rec-
ipe we use in our advertising. Just send
your special uses for Hellmann's or
Best Foods Mayonnaise to me;
FISH-CHEESE FILLING -
1/2 cup HELLMANN'8/eEC7R)00Bf
"'* Real Mayonnaise
i pound halibut or fioundar, poached
and flaked
8 ounces Roquefort cheesev
crumbled
Stir together Real Mayonrta'iie, fish antf
cheeee. Chill. Serve in lettuce cup* o#
spread on toasted English muffins oft
loast. To serve aendwlchee hoi. broil %
lo 3 inches from source of heat about
3 minutes or until lightly browned end)
heated through. Mokes 2 cupsJillino or.
enough for 4 sandwiches. s
Stufled Mushrooms: Follow direetibh't,
for Fish-Cheese Filling. Spoon into'
11/2 pounds fresh medium-size mush* \
room caps. Broil 2 to 3 Inches from .
source of heat about 8 minutes or until
lightly browned. Makes about 30 to 32
stuffed mushrooms.
Submitted by: ,
Mrs. M. Hymovitt, Chester, Pa.
Hellmann's/Best Foods is Real whole*";
egg Mayonnaise, won't separate ever)
when heated in a recipe like this.
YOUR RECIPES
Esther Feinberg, Consumer Service Depf.
Best Foods, Div. of CPC International, inc.
Englewood Cliffs. N. J. 07632.
Be sure to include your name and ad- .
dress. All recipes become the property
of Best Foods, and may be adjusted or
edited before publication.
MPPY POTATO 8ALA0
1 tablespoon celery seed ,
91/2 teaspoons mustard seed
3 tablespoons vinegar
. ,1/2 cup finely chopped green onion,
1 tablespoon sugar
^,1/2 teaspoons salt
& cupa diced cooked potatoes
fi hard cooked eggs, chopped
% CUP HELLMANN'S/BEST FOODS'.
Real Mayonnaise
Boav celery seed and mustard seed In
Vinegar several hours or overnight. Add
Qreen onion, sugar and salt to seed
enixture. Add potatoes and eggs and*
mix lightly. Toss with Real Mayonnaise j
and chill thoroughly. Makes 6 servings '
cr 5 1/2 cups.
Submitted by:
(Mrs. Dot Barr, Philadelphia, Pa.
GARLIC MUSTARD SEED SAUCE
112 cup dairy sour cream
,1/4 CUP HELLMANNS/BEST FOODS.
Real Mayonnaise
1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
1 / 2 teaspoon whole mustard seed
IMix all ingredients together. Serve on
fpaked potato or on tossed green salad.
Makes 3/4 cup.
Submitted by:
Mrs. Esther Turetzky, Waterford, Conn.
Wit 0' IM Roecl MtHiM i R*t
Mtyonntit* t .-o- i Bot f009t Bill
Bifyonnsiw. It's "> >" ''" P'M-Cl.
AVOCADO-HERRING SPREAD
1 jar (16 oz) pickled nerrmg 1 ftf*
drained & finely chopped
2 medium avocados, peeled ana
mashed p
2 hard cooked eggs' mashed
1 small onion, finely minced .
.1/4 cup HELLMANN S/BEST F0003
Real Mayonnaise
1 tablespoon lemon juice
Mix all ingredients together Serve on
crackers or party rye bread. r-'3*9
about 3 112 cups
Submitted by:
Mrs. Betty Pevos, Southfield. M>ch.
Fresh, delicate Hellmann's/Best FoorfS
never hides the flavor of other foods.
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Friday, Ncverr, -cT 24 :,
Doni Fopir
Melissa Siessti
Rosa Terner
Marc Abramowiti
ySc^ Mrffyuak
MELISSA SIESSEB
Melissa, daughter of Mr. ami
Mrs. Nat Siesser, 411 observe her
Far Mitzvah during Friday eve-
ning services at Beth Torah Con-
ation "ii Nov. -'4.
The celebrant is an eighth grade
student at John F. Kennedy Junior
}i gh Scl t- she is presidenl
< he J a ''lonal Honor
S ci tj an I it n ol the Fa
Yearbook. She is also a member
of Future Teachers of America.
Metis:
i Igious trail th Torah
; ; [a m < ::. thi Hebrew H gh
S ool SI Is pres ntlj pro-ram
the Junior I'nitcd
V '.iih.
and Mrs. ::i -- 1 will honor
1 : ..... : ilic Oneg Shab-
l i I wing th( Fridaj ceremony
1 at a reception and luncheon
ai Beth Torah on Sunday.
MICHAEL OLKE9
S daj morning ser\'ices on
Ni 23 at Beth David Congrega-
1 n will include the Bai Mitzvah
ol Michael Da\1d, n of Mr. and i
Mrs. .vlan Olkes, 8481 SW 141th
St.
)'t. ndtMifcWds
Attending the Bar Mitzvah ob-
s. ivanee will \je the celebrant's
ndparents. Mr. and Mrs. J.
S egi 1 an I N [rs. M. olkes,
.: ami.
GARY s( IIWAKTZ
Gar> Sch irtz \\;|i become .1
Mitzvah during Saturday
lug serv'i B th Torah
_: gation Niv.. 25.
The celebra I Is th< son of Mrs..
S 1 Schw uid Melvin
artz who ill h inor him at
ili Kid ii.-!i folio the cere-
mony. 1
a seventh grade student at
John F. Kentv .iy Junior High
. and a member of th" Tor ih
class at Beth Torah Harold Wolk
Religious School, Garj is on the
gymnastics team at the Murii I
Grossfield School of Gymnastics
and is a certified scuba diver.
MITCHELL WEISSNER
Mitchell Lloyd, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jerome W :ssner. 15201 SW
88th Ct.. was to observe his Bar
Mitzvah on Thursday. Nov. 23 at
l' th Da\ id Congregation.
The celebrant is in the eighth
grade at Richmond Heights Junior '
High School and the Hav Vov He-
le at Beth David.
Here for the re ption in Mitch-1
honor, whi : as to h I
..1 the E I will be his
I M I -
1 ".I Mrs.
h Wi Issn r I Si w V irk.

DAM PAPIR
Dani. the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Papir, will become a Bar
Mit/vah at Temnle Menorah, Sat-
1:1 day morning Nov. 25.
Dani. an eighth grade student at
the Hebrew Academy, is an ad-
vanced piano student.
There will he a Kiddush after
Services in Temple Menorah's so-
cial hall and Saturday evening.
Dani will be honored with a re-
ception and dinner at the Playboy
Plaza Hotel.
MARC ABRAMOWITZ
Marc Steven, son of Mrs. Joy
Abramowitz and Myron Abram-
owitz of Baltimore, will observe
his Bar Mit/vah during sen ices
Saturday morning. Nov. 25, at
Temple Zamora.
The celebrant is in the eighth
grade at South Miami Junior High
School where he is a member of
the chess club. He is in the Bar
Mitzvah class at Zamora Religious
School.
Marc will he honored at a re-
(option on Saturday afternoon at I winner an array of prizcf which
the Four Air -Hotel. Mis includes sportswear, dinners, gift
Rnse Y. Davidow and Mr. and M Ificates and cosmetics. The
Hyman Abramowi grandparent! Miss Miami Beach Pageant will be,
of the celebrant, "ill attend the staged Dec 18 at the Eden Roc
festivitk I Hotel.
Orange Bowl Luncheon Proceeds
Be Used to Support Museum of >;,.
This year's Dec. 29 Orangi Bowl
L ncheon at the Fontain
Hotel for benefit of the Museum
i.f Science will feature number
ol good-looking and prominent
men in our community.
Kscorting the pretty Jordan
Marsh models its well as the
Orange Bowl Queen and her Com t
will be Secretary ol State Richard
Stone: philanthropist Robert Pent-
land; Sen. Ralph Poston; business
tnterprenear R. Kirk Landon;
Museum of Science presidenl
Arthur P. Smith; County Commis-
Mi I 'alhoun; Washington
ral vice president Dr. Ber-
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nardo Benes; 1
ling; N'ov papei
attorrx
a countani Ja
.' lai sh vice p -
c unsclor Dan Pi
'. Huffman. ;
avnc 1':...
vatfc ns chairman
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MITCHELL GOLDMAN
Mitchell, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley Go'dman. will observe nis
Bar Mitzvah at Young Israel of
Greater Miami Saturday morning.
Nov. 25.
nit is a seventh
grade si tdent at John F. Kennedy
Junior High School and attends
Israel Hebrew School.
Mitchell is active in an Optimist-
sponsored club uhcic he plays
both football and baseball.
Mr. and Mrs. Goldman will
honor their son at the K:
following services. Among guests
will be Mitchell's sister and
Liothers, Marcel. Howard and
> ayne, and his grandparents
Philip Goldman and Mr. and Mrs.
Anton Liebler from New York
City. Also attending will be Mr. '
and Mrs. Morris Kaplan from New
Ic 1 jey, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Goldstein and Mr. and Mrs. Har- |
v.y Kamer from New York, and
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Goldman from
North Miami Beach.
The immediate family will re-
Rabbi Jonah Caplan cf Sky-
Lake Synagogue will present a
bock leview at the Yeshivc
Day School Women's third an-
nual membership luncheor
Tuesday noon in the home of
Mrs. Jack Weinstein, 860 NE
171st St. Guest speaker will be
the school's principal, Rabbi
S. B. Weiss.
Floral Network Readies
1973 Cataloq For Gifts
Interflora, the internal
il deiivi rj 'twork, has Issued
its 1973 catalog ol flowi r bouqui Is
The of 4o.i..... member florists in 130
Tii. catalog, which includes fu
color illustrations ol flower gifts
and tributes p ipular In some ol
the major Interflora nations, fea-
tures a cover design by Leo Wil-j
florist. It consists
01 a stylize i cornucopia combined
with the well known Interflora .
lem and two rows of
flags repn senting the floral serv-
ice.
Young Israel Sisterhood
Marks Jewish Book Month
The Young Israel Sisterhood will
mark Jewish Book Month at
Wednesday's h p.m. meeting in
the social hall of the temple. 990
Stud'
thei
lying their plans for the celebration c! Israel's Sib*
Anniversary are. left to right, Zipora Weinei irmemol
Ihe KumsitZ committee; Lee Shapiro, pub':;-, re! 15 cc
mittee chairman; and Harlene Marks, chairman he ;.;
:each committee.
turn to the Goldman home follow- 'NK 171st St.. according to Mrs.
Ing the shule Kiddush for another
Kiddush.
l>.\\ ID BKRMAN
Saturday morning, Nov. 25 in
the main sanctuary of Temple Ner
Tamid, David Joseph, son of Mr.
and Mi's. Sam Berman. will be'
Bai Mitzvah.
David is a student at Lear
S ool and Ner Tamid Religious j
School.
a K ddush will follow the serv-1
> and r re. eption in honor ol
id will be held Saturday at
the Aventura Country Club. Out-!
town guests will include Mr
and Mrs. William Yourish, his
aunt and uncle from Ohio.
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ROSA TKRNKR
Rosa, the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Salomon Terner. will become
I a Bat Mitzvah at Temple Menorah
Friday evening. Nov. 24.
Rosa is an eighth grade student
at Nautilus Junior High School.
An Oneg Shabbot in the Crim-
son Room at Temple Menorah will
lollow services.
Harold
man.
Levtnson, program chair-
Abraham Glttelson, associate
director of the Central Agency for
Jewish Education, will speak on
"The Works of Eli Wiesel Con-
science of Mankind." A Chanukah
1 arty and book auction will follow
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in HI iiurpni I log. In II
id ii niumi iii (if hiiIII iii-i-. -
ii admitted iii prul..... In
Vou are hei i i'> command
- 1\ ....... .11 IlinlltllS lli'lll
f the fin i imi.iii iilli
In ;i|.;-.:>!' In *-; i i1 t'ourl
;.ll-< II .Hi', you run, wh)
..i mi (I Com i iii admitting
i probate should ll'll HlHIllI
iins have baen named secretaries cf the Student
Council ci Stern College for Women, the I'nderqraduate
i.-.eral aits and sciences school for women of Yeshiva Uni-
v, New York. Corresponding secretary is Conine
Febstein (light), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Zvi Feinstsin,
}C58 Bay Dr.. Surlside; recording secretary is Ava Cold-
:n, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Goldman, 2803 Cleve-
Ic.-d St., Hollywood.
:: 'jtions for Wometco's Flor-
| Theatres, hen been elected
: barker of Greater Miami's
br.ety Club Tent No. 33,
Ih: h supports Variety Chil-
ler.'s Hospital. A charter mem
of the club, Mr. Spradley
|c first assistant chief barker
:::,g 1971.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIOA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-23790
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN KB: Tin Marriage nf
li u ISA II riKANT, Petltl.....!.
mill
KENNETH I flRANT. Ren|......lent,
TO: KENNETH u grant
l!..\ 41
S:in Fernando
Triniil.nl. West Indies
VOl! ARK HBREHV NOTIFIED
Hint .in action for Dissolution of Jim-
ring* li.is I...li filed auainsl > "I" '""'
you in,- ii -ipjlred In mi" li ropy "I
your written defenses, il any. In II
mi (1BOHOE 8AMPA8, EHQ-, atlor-
11. \ fur IVIilinn. r. ull,,-.- inlilri -s i-
l ..v\ i ni'i.'. i.f Shii I. v w oolf, *1"
I Iik'oIii Rood. Room 211. Miami Beach,
Florida 33139, and flic iln original
v.iili Hi.- clerk of Hi. above styled
. .-iii-i .-ii or before December 2, 1972;
otherwise il default "ill be entered
-i you for the n in I il< mnnded in
il noil. -1 ill In- published ......e
, -..-1. u-i ek for four consecutive ivi eka
Hi. iniiilainl "' Iel Ition
111 TUT. JEW ISII I'M HUMAN.
WITNESS in> hand and Ihe seal
,,i said court in Miami. Florida on
ilu 17 dav ..I \..v. nil" p 1972,
E H. I.BATHERMAX,
Ah Clerk, Circuit Court
bade County, Florida
Bj I. SXBEDE.N
\s Deput) Clerk
(Circuit Courl Beat)
UEORUE SAMPA8, ESQ.
Attorney fur Petitioner
420 Lincoln Road. Room 211
Miami Beach, Florida. 38139
Attorney for Petitioner
'"...... M,-M" ,1 ,4 I, 1-8-13
-I ivlthin
the dn -
llll
.i -I -li.u
III- Ill linn
-ill.I Will I
mi. \ oki .1
FRANK II DOWI.INH
I'.iunn Judge
llj MB I II V r lib K
Clerk
SHAI'MEI '. FRIKI i. u Ell. .*.- SI II BBII
S 'lull, 1 U I'.....
A.I-.I III -
l"7 l.lm 'i III -1
\i Iii ii ii. Floridu 33139
First publl .....i il ii"l Ii'e oil
iln- -I day .-( November, I972.
r. .i seal
II 21 12 l-S-l.-i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HBREHV (1IVBN Ihal
Iln- uinl. i I il-in -.. .1. siring lo ellgilg. III
l.u-iii.-- under Ihe fictitious n......' f
CAMACOl. (IRAN I A.M.MIA HE
t'OMERCIANTES LATINOS l>E Ml-
A .11 I ill I ll'.l S IV -Hi Sli'i I M liiilli.
Flu. Intends in ri-Klxler said mime
u iih the Clerk of lh. Clrru.....in I ol
I lade Count> Florida,
.li ISE III >BEH
'I 21 12,1 1.1
IN THE 11TH CIRCUIT COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 72-23835
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RB: Tin marriage of
KATHRYN MARIB I.INDSAV. wife
and WII.I.AKD LINDSAY. Ini.-lii.inl
for, WII.I.ARH LINDSAY, real-
di lice 812 Webster Street, Dayton,
nlii... are required i" file your an-
swer lO llll- IMlllinll for lllSSOlUllOll
ni marriage with the Clerk of the
iiimv.- Court and nerve a copy there-
of upnn Herman Cohen, r.-'i 181(1-11
Congress lllilc Miami, Florida, ""
or before December 2B, IM72, or elae
petit Ion ill be confessed.
Datd Nov. 20, 1972.
1: 1: I.EATHE1U1A.N
Clerk, Circuit < 'ourl
By: B. .1. I""Y
Deputy Clerk
H liiiiii 1 "ourl Scull
11 :m 12/1-8-1.-.
JiSeWTiH
i Marion Vogei, whose late
Jusband, WKAT talk-master
23
Voqel, was a victim of
icccjki: Disease tone cf the
p. emics; has been named
:hc.rma;: of the March 1-10
eighbor-:D-Neighbor Appeal
bpoesarad annually by the Leu
I 1 Society of America,
E ,eas: "lcrida Chapter. Har
DppDintnier.t was announced
by attorney Robert H. Newman,
chapter president, and Joseph
3. Maddiotie. the Leukemia So-
h'- L973 Tjeneral chairman.
NOTICE UNDcR FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NUTICK 18 II EKF.r.Y QIVBN lliiil
the unilerslgned, dcsirinK to emmre In
business under the fictitious name ol
Creative Services i.t 2128 Blscayne
Boulevard. Miami, Florida 8S137 In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
Charles Friedlamler
Advertising, Inc.
Charles Frledlander, Pres.
11/24 12 I-8-IS
PRELIMINARY CEKIlKICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
TO M.I- TO WHOM THESE PRES-
ENTS SHALL COME, flREBTINClB:
Whereas, 8C8AN I.MAMKI.. Mi-
ami neaoh. Florida; DEBBIE FJ'R-
MAN, Miami Beach, Florida. Mill.
LEY li' IKSTAFF. Miami Beach
Florida AD. 1989 .HUM- i" be Incorporated
uinl. r the laws of the State of Flor-
ida SCHI'MACHER-SIEOEL >RP
:, corporation with Its principal place
of business in Miami Beach, Dade
County i" the Btate ..f Florida, and
whereas the 'proper officers of such
corporation did on the :i"iii da) "f
.lulv a. I >. i!"-'1. cause lo he Bled In
the office of the s. en lary r Stall
of the Btate of Florida, n Certificate
of Amendment changing ii- porporati
ii.iin. 1 s ,\- 1. il"l DINO CORP. and
whereas such corporation did on the
Imli day "f November, A I > ll>72,
oauae lo be fllad In the office of the
s.....elary ol Btate of the Btate "i
Florida, the documentary authority
required under Section 808 27, Florida
Statutes, showing Ihe dlaaouitlon "f
mii h corporation.
Now, therefore, the Becrctary of
Stale ii'-i- 1.....eby certify lo the fore-
going and ilnii he is satisfied that the
requirements ol the law have 1.....1
compiled with,
IN WITNKSS WHERE-
(ii-". 1 have in 1. inn" sol
ray hand and have af-
ii\, ii iii.- an m Beal "f
the State of Florida, at
Tallahassee, the Capital,
iliii- the tenth day of So-
viniliii'. A l> 1972.
RICHARD < DICK) BTl !Xfl
Secretary ol State
11 u/n
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-23613
NOTICE OF ACTION
in Re: The MarriaKe >fi
SAMl'BI. P< ll.LAI 'K,
Husband,
and-
.111 IANNA Hl'ANCl POLLACK,
ilka Jl'LIANNA CHAO-YC HCANO
Wife
TO Jl'LIANNA HCAXtl POI.LAt k.
.1 k 11 Jl'LIANNA CHAO-Yl'
IllAN'i; POLLACK
. .. 111 Sum Huang
:: ii. Amsterdam Avenue.
N'orth Hill.limi. Si York
you ARE HEREBY SOTIFIhD
Hint 11 Petit..... for Dissolution ol Mar-
riage in.- ll",|| Hied iigainsl you anil
.,,n ;n. required 1 1 si rve ;i copy ol
nritten defenses lo II. II any,
STEPHEN I- RASKIN, Pell-
's attorney, whose address Is
72.....Ilnl Road, P.O. Box 762, Miami,
l-lmiilii. 33135. "ii or before Decem-
1,,.,..... 1872, and file Ihe original
with the Clerk of this Courl either
before service on Petitioner's attor-
ney or Immedlatels thereafter; other-
wise :i default "HI he entered f.-r Urn
relief demanded in the Petition.
WITNKSS my hand and lite seat 01
this Court on November IS, H'T^.
I-:. IV LBATHBRMA.V
;i> clerk "f siii.i Court
BY C. P. COPBI-AND
as Deputy Oerk
UR Court Beall J _8_ls
\..ur
upon
tlom
(Clrc
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. 72-23737
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in RE: The marriage of
.n ISR PETTERSON n k .1 JOSU.
LANE PETTERSON AMORIM.
Pctltl.....i'.
i.NSl'"l':i A PINHE1RO tSCEDBS
PETTERS" IN,
Respondent,
TO: CONSl'ELA PINHKIR"
OI'BDES PBTTBR8t>N
Hi -ni- nee Cnknov. n
VOU ARE HBREHV S<
Him mi action for 1 Hi solution
rlage has been filed against
...11 are required to rvi 11
your written defenses,
..11 DAVID
petitioner,
riFIED
if Mar-
nil llll'I
if
siiy, '" II
. Kl'MBI.E, uttoi 111 > for
whose addr. 1 _is ll.Vi Lln-
NOTiCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
VOT1CE IS HBREHV CJIVBN that
: 1. idi i" Igned, .1. siring In
nesa under the flctltloui
"I BECKMAN THEATRICAL ASSO.
1 IATBS ni ;::;:: Collins A- enue Mi-
nn ileach, Kin. ini 1 n-1:- :,- r.
Mild name u i'li Ihi 1 'lerk "i the 1 'lr-
1111 1 "ourI of Daile County, Florida.
FRANK -; BBl K MA \ INC.
II ln-17-L'l 12 I
*JOTICE~"*DER FICTITIW
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (1IVEN that
Ihe umlersig.....I, desiring to engi
under iln fictitious 1 me
of JAVIER OF .MIAMI .11 111 N.E
2nd Ave No 7011, Miami l-'ln Intemh
in register said name with the Clerk
-.1 the Circuit Courl ..1 Dndi 1 nunty,
Florida.
,|i ISE ANOEI. RAPPAHD
11 1; 1 ; 1 .-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY I1IVBN thai
I lie undersigned, deslilng lo ens.
i-ii-in. .- under the fictitious name <-i
\ II.I M.i iBl IS REALTY ni N \\
I Miami, Pin -.".I-.; Intends to
register mild name uiili ihe Clerk of
II Cin nil 1 'ourl of Dade County,
Floridu
MKU'EL A. VII 1 A I OBI IS
in 2" 1 ::-i"-i:
NOT'CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NMHE LAW
Notice is hereby hiven that
iln undersigned, desiring In engage in
business under Ihe ficttilous name ..f
li ,\- K DISI 'i ll'.NT Fl'RNITI'RE :ii
I"-.. N \\ 167 Street, Miami. Fla
tend to regl iter said nnmt Ith Ilu
f Ihe 1 In ull 1 .in 1 of 1 li di
1 'ouiil v. Florid .
Dora i" 1:...van 111:/.
II 17-24 12 I S I
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-23494
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RB: The Marriage >.f
El'CBNE WILLIAMS. Husband'
iin.1
SARAH MAE WILLIAMS, Wife
TO; SARAH MAE WILLIAMS
1137 Camllle Street
Augusta, Georgia
VOl' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
Ihal an action fur Dissolution of Mar-
riage bus i..',-ii filed iiKiiinsi you and
you are required to nerve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it 1
ni l..-iui'1-ni-i- c Kalne, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is :.'.:> s.W, '
First Street, Miami, Florida 38130,
mi.1 ni.- Hie original with ih.- clerk
of the above styled court ......r be-
fore December 2-, 1972; otherwise n
default "Hi be entered against ynu
for the relief demanded in the inin-
plalnl or petition.
This notice slir.ll be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
u rr.NKSs my hand and Ihe seal <
sii.i courl in Miami, Florida on this
1 I .lav .-r November, 1972.
B. II LEATHERMAN,
As 1 "lerk. Circuit < 'oui 1
Dinli County, Florida
By C. P. i-< IPEI.AND
As 11. Hilly 1 li rk
(Cln-ull 1 'ourl Seal 1
LAWRENCE P. KALNE
!i.".."i S.W. First Street
Miami, Florida 33130
Attorney for I'.-iili.....r
II IT-'JI 12 l-S
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-5607
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE Estate of
IIATTIK DAMP8EY
Deceased.
To .Ml Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You nre hereby notified and re-
quired i" present any claims and de-
mands which ynu niny have against
the estate of HATTIE DAMPSEY de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to ihe County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same Ih duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ts" Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
Ihe time of the first publication here-
of, in lh<- same will bo barred.
Dated m Miami, Florida, 1 lii 2nd
dav of November, A.D. 197S,
GERTRUDE COMER
As Executrix
i'li si publication "f this notice on
iln- loth day of November, 1973.
HARRY ZIKKItXIi'K
Attoi in-y for Executrix
-ii'n 1 incoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla. 31189
11 '10-17-24 I'-' 1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 72-5775
FRANK B. DOWLING
In RE: Estate of
IIEOLNA PENH K,
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE 11TH CIRCUIT COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 72-23002
IN RE: Tin ..I
I.I iM IA SAl'NDBRS,
Wife,
\ s.
CHRIST! 'I'lliii: I. SAl'NDBRS.
Husband,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Vi-r, CHRISTOPHER L. SAl'N-
DBRS Idi ii- '-.-, 11. in-.- 1. -urn -
piI to file ynu it In il"- pel II -'
for dissolution of marriage with the
1 "lerk of 11 .- : !>. 1 "ourl and serve :i
11.in thereof upni Herman Cohen,
1310-11 1' ingress Bids. Miami,
Florida, ........ befm 11.-. .nil-
1 .1 e petition "ill 1.....nfi "
listed: Nov 13, 1972
(Circuit Courl Benll
Il II I.EATHER.MAN
. 'I. rk, 1 "In ull in 'I
|:> p. 1 'opt land
111 inn v 1 'lerk
II 17-ul 1.
1I1.
11,,-
\.,ii for the
ompninl or
,.,li, Road, Miami Beach, Florldi
fib- the original ^ ii'i the Ui rk 1
above styled courl on ... 1.....re
ember 26, IB72: othen Is.
will be entered agalns
relief demanded In th
petition
This iinti.-.- ^liull be publish. -I once
each week ror four con icuflve weeks
in THE JEWISH F1XRID1 \N
WITNESS mj h..... and the
said courl nl Miami, Florida, on this
IT B. 1. LEATHERMAN,
As Clerk, Cin ni' Court.
Dade County, Florida
By I BNBBDBN
As Deputy Clet k
(i'ircult Court s.-:ili
DAVID S. KCMBLE
:;:,n Lincoln Road
.Miami Beach, Fla.
Attorney for Petitioner
11 24 12 1-8-13
.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBREHV GIVEN
Ihe ui'.l. rslgned, desiring i" el
in buslm -- undi 1 i" ricl iii'-u-
1.1 FMIRIDA INBTHI'MBNT EXPORT?
Hi 2733 1: Hi A, uue. Hi;.I.-all. Fla.
Intend! to 1 --.I name 1
the Clerk of the Ciret.t Court of Dade
l-'l.-i .1 1
C.CILLBRMO FERNANDEZ
I......lard -l K dish
Attoi in v I. 1 npidl
Dupont Uldg., Ml.iml. Fl.
11, 10-17-21 12/1
IN THfc COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND l-OR DADE COUNTY,
f LOHiDA-IN PROBATE
No. 72-5477
in RE: '-' 11 "i
MAT'I H-: HERW ITZ
I...... -..- il
Againi 1 Said Estate:
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
ll:i\ inu Claims or 1 lemands
Y..u are hereby notified and required
n> present any claims and demands
whii'h you may have against thi -
ii, nl MATTIE HERWITZ, deceased]
lat.- ..r Dade County, Florida, to 1I10
County .ludt.-s of Dade County, and
file iln- same i'i duplicate and us pro-
vided In Section 733.HI, Florida Stat-
utes, In their offices in the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within sl\ calendar months from ibo
time >.f Ihe first publication hereof,
or Ihe same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 7 day
i.f November, A.D. 1972.
Jl'l.irs HBRWITZ
As Executor
Kili-st publication ..f tHi- notice "n
iln- 17 day "f N""v. nili.-r. 197!
HARRY ZCKERNICK
Attorney for Executor
4jii Lincoln Road
Mlnmi Beach. Fla. 33189
n 17-21 12 '-<
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NO. 72 22740
NOTICE OF ACTION
Bl 1 BREOER
Plaintiff
Vfl
KITH M. MAi il'RBK mid
ALPHON8E A MORNEACLT,
1 lefendants.
TO: RCTH JI. MACOt'REK
iln Ida Street
H.,1 Springs, Arkansas 71901
V,,|- ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Complaint In Interpleader hag
been filed against you, and ynu are
required in serve i' copy of your An-
swer or pleading t" the Plaintiff <*
Plaintiffs attorneys, BREOBR *
SCHREIBER. IC499 N E 19th Ave..
North Miami Beach, Fl. 8312, an
file the original Answer or Pli :
in the Office of it"- Clerk "f the Cir-
cuit ""un mi or before the 19th day
of December, 1972. if you fall 10 .10
mi default will 1.....ntered against
ynu for the relief demanded In the
Complaint _
WITNESS my hand and Ihe seal of
said Court at Miami. Dade County.
Florida, Ihls 7th day of November,
e B. i.i:athi:aman
Clerk, Circuit Court
Dad. County, Florida
I'.y X. A HEWETT
11. imty Cleric
(Circuit Court Seal) .,,.
11/10-17-21 18/1
/
Dt-censi :
NOTICE4TO CREDITORS
To All Cn -i < fl All Pi 1 -.-us
ii:i\ lug Claims or 1 manda
Kgailnsl Said Estate:
You are hcrebj notllfed and requlreil
',1 present any lalmt iin-l di inn -I-
uhich > iu may have against Ihe lati
ol RECIINA PEN ICK. deceased late of
I lade Count). Florida, i" Ihe Count)
lui ol Dade County, nnd fl
. ni in duplicate and as pro> Ided in
Section 783 Iti, Floi Ida Statuti
their offices In Ihe County Courthouse
iu Dade County, Florida, within six
calendar months from the time of Ihe
first publication hereof, or ihi
u ill be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, iiiis 13th
day of N-a 1 mber, \.D 1972
SAl'L PEN ICK
\.- Executor
First publication o this notice on
the l" day "f November, 1972,
MYERS. KAPLAN. PORTER,
LEVINSON A KENIN
Attorneys f.r Executor
1130 8.W. 1-1 Btreel
Miami, Florida 38130
11 17-Ht 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. 72-22629
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RB:
UUMERSINDO MESA
MARIA LION IDA MESA-BARREOO
TO: Maria Llonlda Mesa-Barrego
Main No. D Perico
Pnn in.-.- of Malanza Cuba
VOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action ror Dissolution >.f Mnr-
rlag. has been riled against you d
you are required i" serve a copy "f
your 1 ni' 11 di ft ay. to ii .-n
Max A Roldfarb, attornej for l- -
lloner, whose address is Buite 411
Blscayne Building, 19 West Fl r
Street, M.....il, Florida 33130, Tele-
ph. in ; 371- He the 01 1
u ni, ihi clerl nl the above styli a
1 or bef< 1 ci mber l".. 19i2;
oth. r Ise a default "ill be ei I
,Rnl,i ,| you for the n lief demandeol
In iii. omplaint 01 petll
.....hall be publish. .1 1
k four......- utive weeks
in "I III'. JEWISH PMIRIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the 1 f
. .,1 eourt : Florida on ibis
-i.i\ i-f Novembet. 1
B. i: IE VTHBRMAN,
As i'|. rk, 1 'ii. ui' 1 'ourl
1 i.,-i, 1 '.-a j Florida
1 .> c r .'' iPBLAND
\- Deputy lerk
(Circuit Court Si
MAX A OOLDFARB
414 Blscayne Building
19 West Flagler Street, Miami, F I
Attorne) for Petillo et
II 10-17-24


Page 10-B
+Je*ist? Fhrkllairi
Friday, November 24. i
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEX that
thr undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fi.-titious name
of MEIX> FASHIONS at 13S8 W USth
Street. Hialeah. Fla. intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
ida
ORLANDO MELO
11/10-17-24 12 I
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
LEVBDA BRANDT.
P-Mitioner
vs
HOWARD BRANDT.
Respondent
Ti I HOWARD BRANDT
. .. ii & K In..-.
Washing!." s :u.,r.- Building
7th (t Chestnut Street -4th floor
Philadelphia,, Pennsylvania
You. HOWARD BRANDT, are hr-
itlfled thai .. Petition for In--
M an > filed
-: you and >'-u are n
your Answer or
Plead on on tl
.. \ RN I L.\.-KV.
QROVER VVEINSTEIN A
p \ : Road,
Beach. Florid I file I
.-.< or in the
I th< Clerl
Court lay of De-
ti 1
kj default be taken
ou the
Pel
T da notli e shnil be publli
ri i fi in n ecu! vi
In THE JEWISH FL0RIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami,
November, A.D.
72
E B LEATHERMAN'. Clerk
lit CtfUii Dade l 'ounty, I-*:
By I. 8NEEDEN
I > puty Clerk
nil 'ourt Seal I
GROVER WEINSTEIN &
STACBER, P A.
n*." Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida M13I
:.:i -1 l- 41
.\ -. .ri.-. ;..i Executor
11/10-17-24 12 1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAVE LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
und d, desiring to hh-.l;.
; bualm as undi i the fli l itloua an
of GULLIVER S TRAVEL a
\> : s- i eel .\i im Inti mis :
i name with the Clerk ..f
ii,. 'In ut <"..ur. ol i '.,.!. i
i U..
DAVID HAY I.' >CK
11 17-34 12 1-8
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 7^-5235
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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To J d All Pi
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Or THE
EwEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 72-22201
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
l 'e the M in
.. yCASHA, Husb
I. JIMENEZ '..' \sil A.
TO; TRINIDAD JIMENEZ Ql ASHA
Ton de T i amar
Torre D Ap lM
...go, Chile
ARE HEREBY notified that
ti..- i for Dla Mar-
, nst you and
you are hereby required to serve ..
copy ":" v>'ur anawer .r other plead-
ing i" the Petition ..f ilie Husband
ney, JOHN .1 GALLAGHER,
whose address la 1464 N W. 17th Ave-
nue. .Miami. Florida l!312.".. and file
th. original ith the Clerk of the
fchova siyted court, on or before the
S .lay ..f De.- I.TL'. or a Default will
be "iitered against you.
Dated this 27 .lay of Oct., 172.
K. B LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the. Circuit Court
By: K. M KISSEE
{Circuit Court Seal)
11/3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBREBY < ;T\ i;X lhat
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
Of SANDS POINT. INC. at 605 Lin-
Coin Road. Miami Beach. Florida In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
SANDS POINT. INC.
By: JERRY A GROSS. PRESIDENT
RICHARD A GROSS
Attorneys for
SANDS POINT. INC.
603 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. 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. 72-22084
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
THE MARRIAGE OF:
OEl IRGG YV. CLINCH.
Petitioner
and
ALGERTHA CLINCH.
Respondent
TO: ALGERTHA CLINCH
Hi.Ute 1
Boi 278
Brunswick. Georgia
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action f-.r Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are reiiuir.-.l i.. serve a copy Of
your written defensea, if any. to it
on Robert H. Burns, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address la S50 Lin-
coln R.l. .Miami Beach. Fla., ai
the original with the clerk of the
above styled .'ui; on or before De-
;. default
nst you f'-r the
di manded mplaint or
petltli
This .11 he puLli-hed once
each weel m ro pecutivi
in THE JEW ISH l"l.' iRIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and thi Beal
ol -.. d mi at Mian.:. Florida on
16 d Ocl er, 1972
E B LEATHERMAN,
As Cl Circuit l 'ourt
i. C iui tj. Floi Ida
r. I. SNEEDEN
Ai Deputy Cl< i k
.. "In ull !oun Seal)
il Burns
n Rd.
Miami Beach, Fla.
i'. itl ner
ll/J-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lhat
the u: desiring igagi
in business under th. fictitious name
of BECKMAN RECORDS al 2S72
Avenue, Miami Beach Fla. In-
tends !.. register said name with the
I'lerk ..f the Circuit Court oi Dade
County Floi
FRANK S BECKMAN. INC,
11 10-17-24 IS l
Services Held For
Benjamin Boskin, 80
Benjamin Boskin. 80, retired
owner of A.B.C. Toy Manufac-
turers, died Wednesday, Nov. 15.
Mr. Boskin of 1100 West Ave..
Miami Beach, was a Mason, a
member of B'nai B'rith and the
Zionist Organization of America.
He was a former vice president
of Temple Beth FI and a member
of a chapter of the Lions Club in
Xew York.
Mr. Boskin is survived by three
brothers, Dr. Martin of Baltimore.
.Abraham of Brooklyn and Arthur
of New York: and three sisters.
Mrs. May Pierce of I.os Angeles.
Mrs. Lena MylllU of Miami and
Mrs. Dorothy Schaeffer of Brook-
lyn.
Services were Held Friday ir
Gordon Funeral Home with burial
in Mount Sinai Cemetery.
Obituaries
S0K01SKY
Kei etl 1MB passed away
Same.!, y, Nov. 18. A year real-
. Calif.
H< ii-\ ived I his U- Lillian.
Joe] and Th< knjskj
Weiss,
prrandrl Id
K ai d Fi d .- n i motl r
8 olsky Mr. Sokolsky was a
32nd a men I
Elka and Tempi.
"...... Sun al 'Till-:
RH ERSIDE IM Alton Rd. Inter-
S ler.v.
Michel Rosenberg
Rites In New York
NEW YORK UTAI Services
were held here Monday for Mi-
chel Rosenberg, who starred in
Maurice Schwartz s Yiddish Art
Theatre and as Muttel in the tele-
vision leries "The Goldbergs." Mr.
Rosenbere died Saturday in Miami
Beach at the age of 71.
Born in Warsaw. Mr. Rosenberg
was associated with Schwartz's
New York-based troupe for a
quarter-century, and subsequently
became a monologist whose best-
known character was "Getzel."
A member of the Yiddish The-
atrical Alliance, Mr. Rosenberg
starred in such Yiddish films as
"Mireie Efros" and "The Canl i
Son" and in the Israeli films "Uncle I
Sam in Israel" and "Highway Rob-
H lasl aopeared on B
way in 19< B In "B irs :hl Cap
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANO FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-4664
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I" RE: Em.......f
FANNIE X I : K|.|: I. MAN
I,. .
T i All Or. and All Pi
ing Clalma t Said
i'"u i hen by m l fled and re-
quired to preseni any claims .,r..l de-
whleh you may have against
tati ol P v.n".vik NEEI H
cd late of Dade < 'ountj. PI. r-
la. to thi Count: Judgei I I i
County, and Hie tl
and ai Section
r off lees
he Com url us.
Florida, within six
time of the first

he bam d.
1.1, this 2
11 n i.-k
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ZCKERNICK
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h'ANN r AN
-17-14 12 I
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
'NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 72-22650
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IV RE: Thi Mai
MYRTLE L. CRICK,
E JAMES rWCK Husband
TO: STK\ E JAMES I RICK
u
VRE HEREBY NOT
thai in i i
a ... ..
you are required 1
your I lef. es, if am.
ii \\ II.I JAM SHAPIRO, ESQ. at-
. N r. 7th sir. t, Suiti
.
- tyled courl < : or before i
lefi uli will bi :.-
tered asainsi you for the relief de-
manded in the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four ronaecutlve weeka
in THE JEW ISH FLOKIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
said our! at Miami, Florida on thin
2 day of Nov., 1!'7l'
K B. LEATHERMAN.
An Clerk, Circuit Court
Da.le c.un!y. Florida
By ii. If. KISSEE
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit fourt Seal)
WILLIAM SHAPIRO
Attorney for Petitioner
__________11/10-17-24 12/1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERE11Y OD7BN that
the underpinned, desiring; to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of Lee's Rx PHARMACIES at King'x
Bay Shopping Center, South Dixie
Highway and S.W. 144th Street.
Miami, Florida Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
I.EES PRESCRIPTION
SHOP NO. 5, INC., Applicant
SPARBER. ZE.MEL. ROSKIN AND
HEILBRONNER. PA.
Attorneys for Applicant
100 North Biscayne Blvd.
Miami. Florida 33132
11/17-24 12/1-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned desiring lo engage
in business under the fi. titloua name
of UNIVERSAL Al'TO SALES at
l" in N \\ 12nd Avenue, Miami, Fla.
said n mi. wiiii the
Clerk of thi Cli nil Courl of Dade
County, Florida.
. ALIXTt' CAMP) >S
GREGOR.......l:...-
____________________________11 17-114 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. 72-22639
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE- tiik MARR1 \OEOF
ARTHI'K JOHN KRANTZ,
Husband-Pi
M VR1E HEDRIC % KRANTZ,
Wif. Ri -
MARIE HEDRICK KRANTZ
v"l" ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
on for D lul : -.( Mar-
beei led aga Inat >-..u and
' i a copy of
to 11
ALBERT H ILENSKY,
Petll
r i Concord Bull
in on or
De.
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i. d In i'
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i.
in THE .1 KM ISH PL< RI1 '
WITNESS my I
>n this
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K B JAN,
.'. Clerl li I ourt
Dadi f
By R \l
As i lepui' Clerk
(Cirruli "ourt Seal i
Al BERT ILENSKT, BSi I
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33S-3I
11 10-17-24 11 ;
ANAPOLSKY. Ri s< 600 West
Ave M I'- New man.
BLUMER. Dr. Max A of M i'.
rslde
DACHSLAGER. LOUls, 77 11S .lef-
fi ......i Ave M.I'. N'. ii...'I
FELDERSTEIN. .1. BI ettl of MI-
FLOWER. Jul 15th SI., M Fi.
Rlvei
GORDON.. Sarah, 75, 1825 Collins
A vi M B Newi
GREEN. Jospeh, 72, .f m B Rlver-
...i.
SMITH, isa 1012 16th si .
M H Rlversld. Interment Ml Nebo.
trust. Helen, 69, of M B Riverside
Interment Star of David.
BARON. Emma. 77 74-^ Mauling
Ave M B I:iver.-.
BERNSTEIN. Mary. 7:, of M B,
Riverside.
BRILL. E mei A 7:. S35 ocean Dr..
M I: New m ii.
migatz. Maurice,, TO, of N M I'.
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rosenfeld. Charles, 88, of N M B.
Riverside
slobodkin. Rose, 57, KM Michigan
Avi M I! Riverside
zwibel. Murray, 53, 1582 XL 172nd
St I-
ader. ii i ing I. ,75, 1120 Euclid Ave
M li. Blasb. ri--
BAUER. .Max. 7:1. of M.B. Klveri de
li ;. rment Mt. >
CAMiNG. Eli ii oi. Bearmi n, 6*, .f
M.B Riven
hershey, Frank, 78, of Bal H -
hou side,
LEWITZKY. Ida, IS7S W
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PEYTON. S. ..n.. Ul 53, II 10 llth B

RUBIN. Louis, 88, 2742 NW 5tl S
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NOTICt 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. 72-22329
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: Thi oi
El (1 l: GIMENEZ,
Husl
and
TON I GIMENEZ
TO: Tl INI GIMENEZ,
Ri sldence Unknown
Vi n- ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage ha* been filed againat you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defensea, if any, to it
on SIDNEY BFRONSON, attorney
for Petitioner whose a.l.lress is 14
N.B. 1st Ave., r,\2 Aii.-I.y BIdg Mi-
ami, Florida, anil file the original
With the clerk of the above styled
court on or before December 15, 1972:
Otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded in
th.- 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 6 day of Noveber. 1972.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By C. P. COPEIJIND
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
SIDNEY BFRONSON
612 Ainsley Bldg.
Miami. Florida 33132
Attorney for Petitioner
11/10-17-24 12/1
GREENSTEIN. .,.. ,
KALB. Lharh,. ;.. :: ;. ; ; _l
"ATT. Gladv.-. \i ,, -._ .
WALLA^rf" ^ """"
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ALPERT, I.iman. e> (.., ,.
Ave.. M.B Newn "!n!
AUSTIN. Lawre .
Village Blasberi w*
CMUi50A. Cllffort H : fv
Riverside. M.B. i
GENSHAFT. Bei ,. .
side Rn-fl
GOLDBERG, \l H ,
Riverside B
KIRSCH. Morton. (v ...
Riverside '
KNOPP.alulia. I
LEVIN. Ma,:u.:. f.,
NEWMAN. R ..
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M B Newma, .1
SPERLING. A
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D^KER::-1- I
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NOVITZ. Sara
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BRODY. .'.
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COHEN. Irvini
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Riversidi i
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Interment Ml .-
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IfGAl NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTTCt
JOTICE OF ACTION
.SSTRLCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY)
rE CIRCLIT COURT OF THE
. ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
t-'c FLORIOA. IN AND FOR
DACE COUNTY.
! IL ACTION NO. 72-22148
Cr-lON FR DISSOLUTION
f OF MARRIAGE
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\UK HEREBY XOTfPIKD
I ?i>?->luii'n of Min-
I,.. : led against you Btul
;i || (O MTVf ,'l CO|)>' of
fl -. K, if all). I.i il
.. i St Cohen, attorney for
. r. wlii iiddr*** is 11"- Alns-
[:. m Vnrlhcusl First Ave-
I || : ml. Klnrliln 31132. ami file j
\, v the clerk nf Hie
il uri "-il or In-fore Dec. j
.i default m ill he
- ..u for the relief de- .
ii ill* comp*ilnt nr petition.
..il..- -i...:i in- i>iii'.- ii- i once]
in......neoutlve weeks
IBM ISH FLORIDIAN,
|'i i:s> v' hand and the seal.
f>uri ml, Florida on this i
ii i..l..-r. IfiTi'.
II I i:\TIIKRMAN.
i i 'Ircllll Court i
ui iv. Florida I
\i KISSKK
> leput) Clerk
'mil .- ill
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M> l:|.|. U X.R \\e
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
LEGAL NOTICE
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-5046
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: I-:. tn c.- ui
STELLA I.IMlK.M.W
Deceased
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-4310
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
III MS: K.iai.....
RICHARD CARL LAKOSKY
To All Creditor* and All Person* Ha*-'j Deceased.
mi- ilium- ,., Demandu Agnlnsl iSt ''':i'": ,, lll'i Clalma or Demand* Again*! Said
> '< li.-i-.jl.v notified iiml re- BWnte:
iiuu.ii in pteseiii any claim* ami de- Y.,u nee hereof naVMed" fllWVetti
man.is which you may have ajrainsi iiulred In present im\ claims ami .1, -
'he e*tnti of ST K I. LA I.IXDEMAN man.Is which you ma} have ugaiiisl
deceaseil lull. of t>ade County, Flor- the eslati ,,f RICHARD CARL I \-
Ida, in iiu I'ouiii) Judge* ,,f Dade
County, ami file the sain.- In iluull-
cati .ui.I m provided in Section 733 IS,
Florida Statutes, in their ..Hi.is in
Hi.- County Courthouse In Dude Coun-
K"8KY deceased Into ol ii..;. County,
I'!.ni.la i.. iiu Count} Judgo* of Dude
County, ..ml file the same in dupli-
cate and as provldeil in Section ~::::.I;. (
"lorldii Statute*, in their office* In i
1>'i Morlda, within sis calendar ll County Courthouse in Dude Ooun-
nu>nih* n..in Hi.- time of [he first I ty. Florida, within six cul.....Inr month* '
publication hereof, or the .-aim- will from the time of the flrsl puldlt-atlon |
'" barred, hereof, or the sain., will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, lliis I.I' Dated al .Miami. Florida tins 2
day of November, A.D. 1972. I dnv of Oct A It I!i7"
DONALD II. HtKIERACK V. I,. LAKOSKY
Ancillary Administrator A* Administrator
Cum TestamentO Anm-x.i I First publication of lliis nollci ol
Flrsl publication of this notice on I tbe 3rd day of Xm-.-ini.. r, 1972.
the 1" da) ..i November, IMS. Harvey s. Lanaherg
Robert I. iiloombera
III......iImtk ,h- i:|.n.inli..ri.-
A Home) for Anciuary Admliilxtratnr
717 s. vi.,,1,1 iiuiidlna
.Miami. Florldn SJ1S2
II 17-1-4 11- 1-8
Attorney for Batate "f
Richard Carl ljtkn*ky
P.O. Ili.x 330, X..ith .Miami :. 11.. 1-Ma.
11 3-10-17-24
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 72-14378
NOTICE OF SUIT
IN RE: The Marriage ..f
PI.OREXCE ItOl.l E, Wife, and
ItCPPERT i:i>i.1 e, Huaband.
TO: RCPPBRT ll'H.I B
SI 1 Bouthwe*! i;ili .Street
Hnmeatead, Florida
VOC ARE HEREBY Vi VriPlED
dial a Petition f..r InsVniuimn ofjSrN
riai:.' ha* been filed amliiat vou by I
ih- Plaintiff, FLORENCE ROIXE
You are hereby required to nerve n
copy of your anrwer thereto on!
Plalntlfr* Attorney, BHE1 DOX n 1
PAL1J5Y. 11:17 N'orthweat Till Street.
Miami, Florida, and file the original j
Anmver In the office .f the circuit
Court on or l..-f- -.- o-- n I
1072: otherwlae the allegation* <.f said
Petition will be taken as confeaacd
agnlnxt vou.
DATED at Miami. Dade County,
l-'l.n 1.in. ihis 27 day of October, 1912.
K. B I.EATHKIt.MAX, Clerk i
Hy: II .\l KI8HEB 1
DEPI'TY CLERK
(Circuit Court Seal)
11/3-111-17-24 I
Mi-
ll ::-ln-17-;4
-E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
E\F.NTH J "DIC'AI. CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
D--3E COUNTY. FLORIDA
C 'S- No. 72-22959
LOTICE BY PUBLICATION
iSTKI I \ IIEVITESS
IliKI'll Mill A Vl.il
'- MIHAYI.O
,IAY VXTHO.W .MIIIAVI11.
. I'nkiinuii, are notifli'd to
op) of your nnawer to nis-
\l: riage lii.'.l aL'ainsl \ ou,
... 1IEI1R1 IE Nli 'IH 1-
S W '.'Hi Avenue, Miami.
I 1.....1 file original with
'nri on or before I '
Huh. 1072. otherwlae llle Dl*-
I Mart Inge ill be .....U --. .1
II. \..v .-nilii r 7. I"7J
' I KATHERMAX. Clerk
v \ IIBWBTT, l.C.
1 Court S.'iill
II ln-l7-'.'4 12 1
COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
,J FOR DADE COUNTY.
|lOA IN PROBATE
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[notice to creditors
lor* ami All Pel w.m II n
us 1,1 |>i 111.mils Again*! Said
In reb) ii"iiii,-il and requlr-
nii) lainv .< ml demand*
11 may have again*! the -
\ 1 .1,: SHER dec. a*ed late
1 in 1 Florida, '" Hi* Coun
1 1 on .... 1.1 rili
ii- 11 dunllcme 11 .....
713 ii.. Florida Slalu-
nffice* in id- I'ouniy
n Dnde County, Florida,
ralendar month* from the
|' firm puldlcation hi reol
11.. u ill I., bat 1 '!
.Miami. Florida, this 'ill
' November, A D. 1: 7 _
MARY F. SHER
A* Ex< cutrlx
|i publication 01 thl* notice on
ay of November, 1072
IASSEN ..f
|U AY tiASSB.N ft I i:i'i:\\ -\ Y
i..r Bxecuti Ix
1.' I. I I .
hlagler St., Miami. Fla.
11/17-21 I- l-
DTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
1: IS IIEREUY fllVBX that
1 n:n. .1. iii-sirini: 10 engage
.a** under the fictltlnu* name
|>U M'iiH'X TICKET AtlEXOY
"17 Isi Street, Miami, l-'la. in-
regiater Raid minio with the
1 Ho Circuit Court of Hail"
. Kloridn.
MAI'RK'B BERXSTEfN
IIKItMAX FISCHER
' A- Kl'IMip
j s for applicant*
i.oln Itond
Il i-ii. Florida
17-21
IF CIRCUIT COURT IF THE
VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
fAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
1 CASE NO. 72-22752
IOTICE BY PUBLICATION
THE M VlllilAiiK 1 il-'
M.I.AN KI.K.AM, Huaband
111.1
fl' n k'l BAM, W'ii".-
Ji-AINI-: ii. ki.i:a.\i
|m. 1 11, livery No. 4
rautifield Avenue
"i-'on Spa. NV-w Yorli
*RH HEIIKHY NUTII-ICI' '
^Petition f,,r iiissoluiioii of Mm-
at I..-, n filed again*! you In'
>ve i',iu', and you arc re-
" rve a copy of v, ur All-
ihi Ho-Land's attorney, mil:
1. WHITE. 10S Alfred I. du-
aililmg. Miami, Florida, 38131,
Hi- original Answer In the
I "i the C|..,l! ,.r th- Clr.uii
ii or I'.for,. ii. 13 day of Deo.,
I"" ny|*e, a Default ill I.. en-
niliisi ...I,
PJ." ;i' Miami. Florida Mils ::
' B IK \I'III'.KMAX
1 i'ik ..f circuit Court
l-nii ii.i,. I-,.,,,,,, Florida
'> U. M. K1SSEE
I', an. Clerk
1 ourt s,.;,' 1 I
'1 10-17-34 I! 1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT I
IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY, rLOR I DA
Co. 72-5165 (Judge B'anton)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS I
In RE: Eatate of
ItAI.PH C. Wi-I.l'i: a k'a
RALPH II. WOLFF,
I 1. ;. v.il
To All C.....Iltor* ami Ml Poraonx Hav-
ing Claim* or Demand* AgaiiiMi Said
ENtate:
You are hereby notified ami re-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72-5156
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
In RE: Kslatf of
A NXA Ml N K
.....-..I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creilltor* ami All Peraoii* llnv-
li Claim* or Demanda Agnlnsl Said iiulred to preaent any rlnlnn ami de-
Batate: inumb wlii.-li you ma) hnvi agnlnal
\"u are hereby notified and reoulr-I tbe eatate of IIAI I'll c WOLFF
ed to pre*eiit an) claim* .....I demand* ika RALPH II WOLFF, deceaaed
which ion may have again*! the ea- .'' "' 1'a.i. County, Florida, i" 11..
lal. of AXXA KI.IXE decea*ed late County Jmlge* ..f Dade County, and
... Dude County, Florida, to the Coun- ; lie the name in duplicate ami as pro.
u Judae* .1 Dade County, and file I vlded in Section 733.111, Florida Slat-
the name in duplicate and as provld- utea, In Ihelr office* In tin Count)
..I in Section 733.1C, Florida Stutuiea, Courlhouae in Dade County. Florida,
in their office* in the Count! Court-
loo-,- in 11..',. County, Florida, vvllh-
Ui six calendar month* from the lime
of ih.- fii si publication hereof, or llle
Mime i\ ill I"- linrred
Dated .u Miami, Florida, lliis 31*1
da) of October, A.D 1072.
Ill "SB l.rXDtJVIST
,\s Admlniatrntrlx
l-'n-i puldlentlnn nf tbl* notice on
Mi, 17 .Im of Vovemln 1 1072.
SXYDEII. YOCXO A STERN"
II) : HAHVICY S I AXOBEIIO
An..in.\ !"' Roae l.undqvl*!
P.O llox --..I
North .Miami Reach, Fl 331
II 17-.'4 12 1-1
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE -RVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 72-27426
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: Till: MAHIMAtiK OF.
MUI1EI S .1 Vl'ME,
Husl.aml.
am 1
FR.VXCBK JACME,
Wife
Tt 1: FRANCES JAl'ME
':.....iln Avenue
I I'm I;. New Jer*< |
VOI ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
Dial mi action for Dlaaolutlon of Mar-
...a nri 1. .luir.-il I" Mrve a pop) ol ..,,.- uill l. lu
,,., MITCHELL .1 LIPCOX. attorney ',.,.'"," ',-.:'"
for l'."i'......r, wh..... add!*** is ">' ......' )\', ''-.
FltlB>MAN ft LIPCON. ::7::7 S.W i- '.'.
H St.. Suite 109, Miami. Florida 33134 ,. .'.' 1
within six palendar moiith* from thi
I I'll, of Hi.- fir.-l pill.Ii. ali..ii hereof,
1 the name will he barred.
Da led al Miami. Florida, lliis la
.L.\ of 1 letober, A.D. 1972
WILLIA M 0111 DWORN
As Executor
Find mil.la aii..11 of thl* notice on
the 3rd .lav ..f November. I72.
WILLIAM .1 OlII.DWORN &
ASSI ICIAT1M
Attorney for Eatate
Hum Coral \\ ay
11 ::.ii.-i7--|
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DACE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-5457
FRANK B. DOW! ING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
lii RE: BMnte of
RALPH RASH
Deci ..-"l
To All 1 '1 dltoi and All Pei koiiv 1 lav-
ing 1 lain:- .a Demand* Again 1 Said
Ksinte:
Vou arc hereby nollflefl anil r.-
.aiir. .1 I.. |.-as. ui nny claim* and de-
in.1 ml* w In. '1 1 on ma) I.
Inti of II \' I'll MAS' I ilei -1
lal. of I. ide 1 nunl 1 Florida to il
County .Im!--:.'- "t Dad. County,
file ill.- sain.' in dupllonti' al I
provided in Scllon 733 HI Florl.ln
Statute*, in Ihelr offlc. .1 llio C'lii'-
11 1 '..in-ih..us.- in I lade 1 "!" i. l-'loi -
x 1al.11.la' month* from
li. ailou hen
l.arr. .1
rlda, lliis 30
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. "FLORIDA
Case No. 72-22528
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
IX RE: The mnrrlaae of
MOLLIE AIX.ER KAPLAN",
Petitioner,
an.I
HBRM \N KAPLAN.
Ri 1.......lent.
Tl i: Herman Kaplan
. .. King 1 (avid II. >l
Snore Road and Nationnl
Boulevard
1 ong Bench. Nen York ir.r.l
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
Ibal an action foi Dlaaolutlon of Mar-
riage hn* been filed against you n I
you are required aerve a copy nl
inur written defenaea, If uny, to il
mi DAVID S. KTMULE, ESQ., 380
Lin...In Road, Miami Beach, Florida.
33130, attorney for Petitioner, on or
before December 1*.. 1972, ami file Ihe
original with the clerk of iliis Court,
. iilor before eervi.....n p'IHoi
nttoruey .-r immediately thereafter;
..ill. iwi-.- a default will be entered
agalnal you for the relief demanded in
the Petition.
Thl* notice shall he published once
t-a.-li week for (our cna*eeutlve week*
ic THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITXE8S. in) hand .....I the seal of
Mi- Court, al Miano. Florida, ilii- 1
In) of November. 1972
K II. LEATHEBMAX
'i.-ru. 'ic-iii 1 'nun
By: 1. SNEEDEX
li.'.uiv L'lerk
11 'in mi 1 "ourt Seal 1
DAVID S MMI'.i K
An..mil for Petitioner
.".-." Lincoln Road
Miami I leach. Florida
11 3-in-i7-:'t
..... SU-.
(440-114x3), and file 1I1.....-iglnal with I
ill,- clerk of the nlaive siil.-.l court on ;
or before December -", 1972: other
ui-.- 11 defniill will be entered agalnal
you for ihe relief demanded in the
. i.ni'.lainl or pclllion
Thl.....ii"- shall be published once
a.li week for four .......icutlvc week*
in THE .IEWI8H Fl ORIDIAX.
WITNESS my hanil and ih.' seal ol------------
mild court ill Miami. Florida on ilii
I3th dn) "I Xovember, 1972.
i: R I KATHERMAN,
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dnde County, Florida
By: < P. lf)PELAND
As Deputy Clerk
u'ir.'iiit Curl Beat)
FRIEDM VN ft LIPCON
MITCHELL .1 LIPCON
:7::7 s W mIi St., Suite ItiB
Miami. Florida 83131 (44ti-S4831
Vitorne) for Petitioner
11/17-24 12 I-*
Bernlcc I'oll.ol
As K\.-.lll'.rs
First puldlentlnn .( ilii-- notice on
Ihe 3 day ..f Novemoer. '''7"
SIMON, HAYS A tlRfNDWBHO
Attorney* for Exet-utora ,
Got Ainsley llulldlng, Miami. Fin. 1
11 3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY tllVEN that]
Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fletllloiii pain.
>.f FHC ELKCTRIC al ISSnfl S.W. IM I
An... Miami. Fl. Illletid* to reglater
said name niili the Clerk of ihe Cir-
cuit Coiiet of Dnde Couity. Florida.
FRANK I! '"I: VXDI IN
Fl RCTHIC, IXC
M..11..11 n Zemel
A1 inrnev for ao*itlcnnl
is-". N'.E, 133rd 81
\ Miami Bench, Fl
II 17-24 12 1-3
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No T> *S
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
., \w I-'- 11- ..r
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NO. 72-22838 (Judge Testa)
IN RE: CHANGE OF SAME OK
Ihe minor child:
ERNESTINE RICHARDSON to
i:l:\KSTINK BRISTER
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY ,,IIS 111 DOITS,
FOR CHANGE OF NAME Im.-.-a-.-.l
Notice is given thai the undersigned ,-.. AH ,-, K|ltor* and All Persons Hnv-
pellllnnerx, Ert.ea< T. Brlater and An- ,(l. c|niui* or Demand* Agnlnsl 8aIII
nic Pearl Rlchnruaon, whose residence |.;,,.(|,.:
uddress I* ill X.W. 30th Avenue, I y,,u Bre hereby notified and re-
Miami. Florida, Inland* to apply 1.. i(|Ujr,.,| ,,, nreaonl nny claim* ami !<-
I the II......ruble Thowus A- 7'"s.!"' niamls which yon in-y have nmlllst
I Judge ( the Eleventh Judicial <-ir- ,|. estate of '"IIS RCDOWS, !-
uli in ami for Dade 1 ..unly. at >'" 1 ,.,.;iv.-il late of Dnde Coiuity, Florida,]
office in the County Courihous.-, all,,, t|. (.,11UV Judge* of Dnde County,
Miami. Florida, on February 7. I9i3, .ul,| (i|.. ,),,. HiaM .tioii.-ai.. and a*!
! al ll::i" .1.111. or as soon llii'iiafl.r as ;,M.,,V.,,,.,| | s.-.lio.i 73S.10. Florida I
Pelllloners may be heard, for an or- gtalutes, in their offices in the Conn-
.1.1 changing PetlUoners' minor child ly courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
iiii.i. from EHXBSTIXE Rlt gA-""- I within six .al-mlar month* from the
S'i\ 10 KKXKSTINK BRISTRR, by ,|nM. f n,,. f|rl mil.li.n'ion
which name Pelllloners' minor daugu- ,,,. u ,,,. vviti |. |mPr|.
ler shall thereafter la known. Da 11 nl Miami. Florida
DATED at -Miami. Dade County, >.. f,>,.tober \D 1972.
Florida, lliis s tin) of November, 1972. SEYMOI'R UCIM1ES
ERNEST T BRISTER \. Executor
ANNIE I'KAi'll. RICHARDS!>N pirsl pul.li. aii.m ,.( ihis notle......
SAM W. KI.EINFEI D, ESQ. 1 ',,i ,|n, ,,,- Xov 1972.
Aiiormy for Petitioner* HAJtRY ZIKKRNH'K
i Biscayne Building Attorneys for Plalntlfr
19 Wesl Fluffier Streel i-a, |jnmln 1:.....<
Miaiin. Kloiiila ::,l:.u i Miami Beach, Florida 33189
M 17-'.'l 12 l-v 1I.3-1U-17-'.'!
hereof,
iliis ::..
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
IX RE: THE MAKKlAnE OF
SAN I IRA P. I.OWERY, Wife
niifl
STi:\;: ARENl '!: I.' o\ ERY,
llusl.a ill
Tl STEVE CLARENi'E M >\\ ERY
..s|s Lister Slia.'l
Spurlullburgh, South Carolina
',..I ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thill an aa-lion for Dlssolutl......I Mai
1 a bi en filed agnin^i )ou uml
1011 are required to *erve a copy of
your rltlen ilcfenw*, il any, to it
on DAVID I." BTi i.VE. nttorm | for
I'.-iiiii.n.'r whose address I* i"i x \\.
12th Avenue, Miami. Flu. 33ISM, and
file Hi. original with Ihe clerk of
1I1.- above tyled court on or before
December R, 1972: otherwlae a de-
fauli will I., entered ngnluai you for
''. .l.inaml.'il iii Hi.- complaint
or petition.
Tills 11.'lie. shall I..- published once
each week l^r four consecutive weeks
in THE JEW ISII I'll IRIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said courl ai Miami. Florida on this I
dn) of November, 1972.
E. I! I.KATIIKKMAV
As Clerk, Circuit Court
11.1.1. 1 '.'iiniy. Florida
By O P. cui'Kl AM 1
A* 11......i) OI< rk
H 'in Hit I "ourl Si all
DAVID E, SI'i INK
STONE .'> SOSTCHIN
im N W, Uili Avenue
Miami. Florida 33123
Attorney for Petltl.....r
11 ::-in-i7 "4 \
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATfc
No. 72-5457
(Judge Dowling)
'a RE: Estate .a
RAI I'll BASH,
Deceased.
NOTICE OF PRORATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
in -\i. PKKMJXS INTERESTED
IN THE FT tTE 1 >V
said DECEDENT.
You arc hereby notified that a writ- I
ten instrument purporting to he the
bUlt 11 ill ami leslalilenl ..I sai.l d*--
.'e.l.-nt lias bean admitted to probate '.
in sal.I Coun. You arc hereby com-I
mamle.l ii'itliin si\ cnlendnr month*
from Hie date of in. first publication
of this notice to anpear m raid Court
ami show cans.', if any ;.,i| .'an. why \
the action of said ConrJ In ndmlttlngi
sai.l will to probate should not gtand
unrevoki d.
FRANK I'.. IHiWI.INc,
County Judge
By Mill.a C, Dick
Cl.rk
SIMOX, HAYS ft ORONDW"BRI
Attorneys for Executors
Miami. Florida 88132
i.nv AinsK y Building
First pul.li. aii.hi of ihis notice on
llle I7lll da) "I .scveml.er. 1978.
II 17-24 12 I-n
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
Ihe undersigned, deslrlna to engage In
liuslnes* under Ihe flctltioua name of
OO-r-l WINDOW SALES .). SERVICE
al 430-52 N.W. 82nd Avenue, .Miami.
Fl Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of th. Circuit Court of
Dndi i "Him. l-'iori.'a.
I El >Pt 'I I" PINI i
ONELH i UOMEJS
II 17-24 12/1-8 ,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the iimli rsicioiI. desiring .....igage
in business under the fictltlnu* nai
of CIVIL SERVICE REPORTER i '
1I7-." N.K. liltli Ave Miami Fl. in-
temls to register sai.l cam. v\Ilii the
cii-rk ..f iiie cireuli Coun ol Dade
County, Florida
JOHN VINCENT
11/17-24 12 1-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN tli.it
Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage
in I'usim-ss under the fictitious mimea
of MIAMI SHORES T V. ti ELEC-
TRONICS. -MIAMI SHORES T.V.,
MIAMI SHORES El.l'OTHONIOS
NORTH TOWN T V. al 9713 N.E, 2nd
Avenue. Miami Shores, I'la Intenili
In register said name* with the Clerk
of the Circuit Coun of Dnde County,
Florida.
NKI SON SOCTHARD
A RTHI'H W KARLICK, EBQ
A 1 lorn, i for appllennl
1434 N.W. 17 Avenue. Miami, I'la
11 17-24 12 I -
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
NO. 72-23031
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: Tin- MarrluKi ol
MARTA BI M ZA Si.'l llll.s.
Wife.
ami
JAMES BHCCE SO.TIKES,
Husband.
Tl i: Mr James Bruce Suuire*
SXlii Central Park Drive Vn '.'
\mu Vegas. Nevada S9199
Yul ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dlssolutl......i Mar-
riage has been filed agnlnsl you nnd
you "'> required to serve tl cop) of
your written defenses, if nny. In it on
I'All. KWITNEY, attorney for Peti-
tioner, whose address i- 12" I Incoln
Road, Suite 518, Miami Beach. Florida,
33139, and file the nrlciiiiil uiih the
clerk of Ihe above lyled courl on or
before liee.-iri.er lu. Ri72: otherwise
a default will he entered agalnal you
for tbe relief demanded in the com-
plaint or petition.
Thl* notice shall he puldl*hed once
each we.-k for four consecutive wecka
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS mv hand and the seal of
sad courl III Miami. Florida on ihis
siti day nf Novemhi r 1972.
K i: I EATHERMAN.
A- i '1,-ik. i itcjll Curl
I ia.I. County, Florida
By I S'NREDEN
As I leput) 'I. ri,
, i 'In nit Courl s .11
Paul Kwltne)
KWITNEY KROOP
I '" I ill. "Ill Rfll .1 Suite 312
Miami Reach. Florida 33139
Atlorne) for Petitioner
I" 17-21 12'1-S
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADfc COUNT),
FLORIDA IN POOBATE
No. 72-5705
In RK: Estate ol
JACOB M FINK
I leceascd.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person* Hav-
ing claims or Demand* Again*! Said
Estate:
You >>'' hereb) notified and reoulr-
e,l to present an) claims ami .1. niamls
which y.u may have againsl the es-
tate of JACOn M FINK .I.-.,as..I
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
file Ihe same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.16, Florida Btlitu-
i. s. In tlnir 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 he barn .1
Dated al Miami. Florida, ihis 9th
day of November, A D. 1972.
SARA KINK
As Executrix
First pul.li.-all.ui of ihis notice on
the I7ih day "i November, 1972.
I-'MM'K. KINK A! lor lie)' for Executrix
r.iij Congress i-.i.ie. Miami. Fla.
n 17-21 12 l-R
IN THE COUNTV .Itjnr.E'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-5505
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate nf
I.AWKKNCK W. CINAtiKl:
H......aseil
To All ir..liior- and All Person* Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
1.. present any claims ami demands
which lou mav have auainsi tin es-
tate ol" LAWRENCE W. CIXADKR
deceased late of Dnde i nunly, Florida,
in ihe County Judges of Dnde County,
ami file the same in duplicate ami a*
provided ii. Section 783.18, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in Ihe County
Courlhouae in Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar mouths from the
time "f th,- first nuMtentlofl hereof, or
the same will be narred.
Dated al Miami, Florida, this 31st
da) of October, A I' 1972
.Ii i.\N M BROOKS
As Executrix
First publication <.f tins notice on
Hi.- 3rd day of Xov 1972.
WKINKi: ami WKISKNFKIJ) I' A
by: JOSEPH .1 WKISKNFKl.D
Alt.nil.) for JOAN M BROOKS,
Executrix
_'.;7:: t'ollln* Avenue
Miami Reach. Fla. 3311*
U/3-1A-17-M


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Miami. Honda Friday, November 24, 1972
Section C
MR JgSAlHiATIOM PROGRAM
White House Expected To
Authorize Negotiations
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
White House is expected to au-
thorize negotiations for a for-
mal acreement between Israel
and the United States on a
three-point desalination pro-
gram of far-reaching importance
to the Middle East and this coun-
try within the next week, Rep.
Benjamin S. Rosenthal (D.-
K.V.i i. ported.
Rep. Rosenthal. chairman of
the House Foreign Affairs sub-
committee, authored the legisla-
tion approved by Congress which
providi s S20 million for the
planning, design and construc-
tion oi joint desalinating proj-
ect s.
A Rosenthal aide told the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency that
negotiations would include a
time-table for the program,
costs to both countries, and the
input on technology. Israel wa
di'-eiihed as "the only country
with the commitment and tech-
nical rapacity to effect a break-
through in converting luuisuble
salt water into fre-h water."
With American anil Israeli
ex erts having approved a
memorandum of understanding
I e on Nov. 3 at the technical
level on a desirable program.
the Department of State and
! ior and the Agency for In-
ternational Development (AID)
ate reviewing the details before
submitting them to President
Is'.-con.
According to Rep. Roonnthal.
iv ho ha? hailed the understand-
ing M a "significant step toward
solving the worldwide shortage
ot usable water," the program
under the agreement Involves a
plant at Ellat desalting one mil-
lion gallons a day which Israel
expects to complete next No-
i. inner at an estimated cost of
S3 million to be paid by the Is-
raeli government. l'.S.-Israeli
construction ot a similar demon-
stration plant at San Diego.
Calif., which would produce 1%
million gallons ot fresh water
daily at a cost ot about $2 mil-
lion; and a plant producing 11
million gallons dally at Israel's
"Mediterranean port city of Ash-
dod by 1877.
Bradshaw Langmaid. director
of AID office of Near Eastern
Affairs, told JTA that the Eilat
plant would run for about a
year for operating experience
before the San Diego facility is
undertaken.
Once the California project is
successfully underway for addi-
tional experimentation, the Ash-
dod construction will start. The
San Diego work could progress
rapidly since the testing ma-
te! ia'B a iv already available,
Mr. Langmaid said.
Hillel House Tour
On Agenda For
BBW Chapter
B'nai B'rith Women. North
Dade Chapter, will highlight its
November general meeting with a
visit to the Hillel House at the
University of Miami. Members and
guests will meet at the Washing-
ton Federal, 699 NE 167th St. at
7:15 p.m. on Tuesday.
On arrival at the Hillel House.
Rabbi Stanley Ringler will con-
duct a tour and the students will
present a program. Mrs. Norman
Kaplan is in charge of transpor-
tation.
On Tuesday evening, Dec. 26.
the chapter will present a gift of
two tickets for the Super Bowl
icame in Los Angeles, round trio
t\c transportation and hotel ac-
commodations for two at the
Washington Federal, 699 NE
167th St.
Dicks Present Sefer Torch
A Sefer Torah (Holy Scroll)
has been presented to the Agudas
Achim Synagogue by Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Dick. It will be accepted by
Paul Seaman, president of the
congregation, during ceremonies
that wil follow a parade from the
Dick residence to the synagogue.
NE 3rd Ave. and 191st St., adja-
cent to Star Lake North. William
W. Rashkin. president of Star
Lakes Association, will also ad-
dress those assembled for the
occasion.
United Fund Beats
All Dade Records
Records fell by the wayside en
masse last week as the United
Fund of Dade County topped the
$7.2 million mark, a 14.3% in-
crease over last year. The
achievements were announced by
campaign chairman Ah/ah H.
Chapman, Jr., president of The
Miami Herald, at a victory dinner
in the Everglades Hotel.
The amount raised easily sur-
passed all previous years; the
money raised beyond the goal ex-
ceeded earlier marks, and the per-
centage increase over the year
earlier was the best in the nation
for the third year in a row.
All units of the 1972 drive ex-
ceeded their goals. Funds raised
by 5.C00 volunteers will help 46
United Fund agencies.
Jim Brown, vice president of
Southern Bell, will succeed Mr.
Chapman as chairman for the 1973
campaign.
NCJW Luncheon
To Help Support
Child Care Center
The fund-raising Child Care
Luncheon of the National Council
of Jewish Women will be held on
Friday, December 8 in 'be Cotil-
lion Room of the Eden Roe Hotel
at 11:30 a.m.
This function i; to further
Council's continuing work and sup-
port of thfs need for child care
Centers in the Greater Miami area
which enable working mothers to
leave their children in capable
hands.
The program also gives children
from the underprivileged area a
foundation with which to enter the
public school system on a par with
other children.
Monna Lighte is the chairman
of the event, and Audrey Goldstein
is chairman of the child care cen-
ter.
Discussing the continuing need for the B'nai B'rith program
of youth services are, Jack J. Spitzer, national chairman of
the B'nai B'rith Foundation; Lawrence C. Porter, general
chairman of a Dec. 2 dinner honoring Robert L. Turchin;
Robert Russell, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration; and Robert Turchin, recipient of the National In-
dustry Leader Award of B'nai B'rith.
In Honor of Robert Turchin
B'nai B'rith Dinner-Ball
Slates Musical Salute
The anual Dinner-Ball of the
B'nai B'rith Foundation, scheduled |
Dec. 2 at the Eden Roc Hotel, wil] !
feature a special musical salute |
to Robert L. Turchin, this year's
recipient of the National Industry
Leaders Award.
Lawrence C. Porter, general
chairman, said Cheryl Cavendish,
contralto, will present a medley
of songs in honor of Mr. Turchin's
accomplishments in Miami and his 1
contributions to B'nai B'rith i
Youth Services. David M. Blum- j
berg, international president of!
B'nai B'rith. will be a special
guest.
Emphasizing that all proceeds
from the dinner will be used for
the Youth Services of B'nai B'rith.
Mr. Porter said that if there is to
be a continuity of adherence to
the Jewish Ethos, we must be
cognizant of that critical period
after confirmation.
"This is where our Youth Serv-
ices do their most effective work."
said Mr. Porter. "The Hillel Foun-
dations and the AZA and B'nai
B'rith Girls give our youngsters
peer groups which have content
and relevance, and they retain
that sense of 'belonging' so nec-
essary to a youngster's confi-
dence," he concluded.
Following a reception at the
home of Mr. Porter on behalf of
Mr. Turchin, where Jack J.
Spitzer, national chairman of the
B'nai B'rith Foundation was a
special guest, Mr. Porter praised
the efforts of his cochairman,
Alfred Golden,
Reservations at 420 Lincoln Rd..
or by contacting Edward Tuma-
roff, regional director of the B'nai
B'rith Foundtion.
Serving with Mr. Porter on the
committee are Dr. Irving Lehr-
] man, honorary vice chairman; A'.-
fted Golden. Burnett Roth and
Clifford Russell, cochairmen; and
Harold Cotler, I. W. Green, Robert
L. Siegel and George Valentine.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman (left) of Temple Emanu-FJ, Miami
Beach, who is a member of the President's Council of Bran-
deis University; Ralph Levitz, chairman of the board of
Levitz Furniture Corp., who is a Fellow of Brandeis Univer-
sity and general chairman of its 25th Anniversary Celebra-
tion Committee; and philanthropist and community leader
Dr. Bernard H. Kessner, also a Fellow of the University,
were present recently when plans were made for Bran-
deis 25th aniversary celebration and numerous private
functions preceding a gala dinner dance Dec. 14 at the
Doral Country Club and an off-campus meeting of the
Brande* Board of Trustees December 14, 15 and 16 at the
Doral Hotel, Miami Beach.
Happenings
Parents of diabetic children
are potential diabetics them-
selves and will be given free
diabetes detection tests at Tues-
day's meeting of the Juvenile
Diabetes Foundation. At 8 p.m.
Dr. William Spelhu-y will speak
on The Effect of Pregnancy
and the Contraceptives on Dia-
betes" at the Mailman Center
for Child Development. 1610
NW 12th Ave. (8th floor Audi-
torium).
fr -Cr &
George A. Simon, a past pres-
ident of the Miami Board of
Realtors, was named Florida's
"Farm and Land Broker of the
Decade." and became the first
recipient of a newly created
award presented to him by the
Florida Chapter of the Na-
tional Institute of Farm and
Land Brokers during the recent
convention held by the Florida
Association of Realtors in Or-
lando.
Sunshine Chapter's Program
Features Documentary Film
Sunshine Chapter. B'nai B'rith.
will meet at 12:30 p.m. in the
Club Room of the Washington
Federal at 6.33 NE 167th St., North
Miami Beach, according to Mrs.
Yetta Bernstein, president.
A documentary film entitled
Marching Towards Tomorrow*"
will be shown through the court-
esy of Jack Wilson, who will be
introduced by Mrs. Joseph Mor-
gan, program vice president. The
film focuses on the prime educa-
tional problems of Israel and how
' they are being met.
Leaders of the George Gershwin Lodge Charity Foundation
Inc., Knights of Pythias, recently presented a check for S750
to the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign. Morris Silver,
(left) is chairman of the Lodge's board of directors; Sam
Horowitz is president and Morris Schwartzman, (right) is
treasurer.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wolfson, of Coral Gables, recently
visited Israel as members of the first special mission for
the study of education of the disadvantaged at the Hebrew
University's Center for Pre-Academic Studies. Mr. Wolfson,
a member of the Greater Miami Chapter of the Americon
Jewish Committee and the National Conference of Christians
and Jews, is senior vice president and general counsel of
Wometco Enterprises. He is also president of the Miami
Philharmonic Society. The 26-member study mission was
on a nine-day fact finding tour. The group had a special
interest in the Center for Pre-Academic Studies which cele-
brated its 10th anniversary the last week of October.


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Dinner Event Highlight Of
Council's Annual Meeting
A highlight of the American i progress "f the past year and the
jCwish Committee's National Ex-1 expectations for the future, the
ecutive Council meeting Dec. 1-3 same evening,
Another feature of the evening's
program will be-^nc prescntaHarrt
of the 1972 Human Relations
Award, which this year goes to
Robert Russell, president of the
Greater .Miami Jewish Federation,
in recognition of his "extraordi-
nary dedication and achievements
in behall i>i his commmunity and
the welfare of his fellow human
bi Ings."
The dinner will be under the
chairmanship of Richard Mass,
i halt man A the AJ<' N ational Ex-
ecutive Council and of the Na-
tional Conference on Soviet Jewry.
The National Executive Council.
principal governing body of the
AJCommlttee, sets basic policy on
i iogii in and institutional activi-
ties oi the nation's oldest human
relations organization.
Schools In Israel
To Benefit From
Annual Auction
Chal Mizrachl Is holding its
annual auction at 7 p.m. Sunday, at
Temple Or (Horn, 8735 S\V 16th
St. Among the items are a Maestro
organ, a set of tires, coins, fur-
niture, lamps. Proceeds benefit
vocational, agricultural and aca-
demic high schools in Israel.
Jean Flnkelstein of Chal MIz-
rachj who has just returned from
a task force trip to Israel, has
been named new Florida co-
ordinator with her main task bc-
Ing to form new chapters through-
out Dade County.
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|i featuring Gen. Yitzhak Ita-
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11 I States, as guest speaker,
[Ti'.o dinner will also serve as a
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I in Washington, D.C. early
Biexl year.
The organization's national pres-
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cordially invites you to its
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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 3,1972
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in honor of
GABRIEL KAHN,
Champion of Israel
with special guests
HIS EXCELLENCY, OVADIA SOFFER
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JUDGE DAVID AYALON
Secretary General of Jerusalem Labor Council
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Friday, November 24
Hebrew Academy Dinner Record
Seen For Tribute To Principal
. his- Advance reservations and ticket
Urn ""' annual scholarshii es for the <125*rCOMple dinner
Unnoi-s yol it the DeauvUle Hotel have passed
.. the I nark, according to general
. Joseph H. KanUi
S G bs. It Mr Kanter said a goal >: I
sons attending the salute to* the
' S H bn laj tlebn i Academj principal and
Shirley, "can be attained
Lehrman School
To Add 9th Grade
fa ninth grade to th.'
lan 11 ij Si hi 1 T
73-7-1 aca-
wDGt ramua n. barad
a ni ar was announced this
week bj J dge Frederick N.
Barad, chairman of the school
board of the Miami Beach con-
greg tion ind Judge Herliert S.
Shaj ro pres !>?nt.
The largi si O nseryative Hi -
blew Da} School ii South will
th is complete the junior high
pro\ iding compre-
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throughout Dade and South Brow-
si i bounty,
Judge Bai al I there has boon
increasing demand for the ninth
gradi as enrollment has soared in
all classes from nursery and kin-
dergarten through the eighth.
Affiliated with the Solomon
Schechter Day School movement.
the Lehman Day School has been
widely acclaimed for its educa-
tion.. I standards.
The school serves the entire
Jewish community, Judge Shapiro
painted out, with many students
from other congregations or from
families affiliated with no temple
'i s< nairoeue.
Addition of new recreational
nnd educational physical facilities,
plus .in expansion in the Hebrew
and general studies faculties, has
met with wide acceptance this
.1 idgi Shapiro said.
The Lehrman Day School is op-
under the personal supei
vision of Dr. Irving Lehrman, in
. l:i .- honor .t was named on the
25th anniversary o' his service as
pie Kmanu-Kl.
NCJW issues
Call To Congress
For Social Action
B\ Special Report
SEW 5FORK The National
Council of Jewish Women has
urged the incoming 93rd Congress
to make such "important issues
as welfare reform, housing, con-
sumer protection, health care, and
an increased minimum wage .
its number one priority."
In the meantime. NOW called
'>n "all state and local authorities
to make the social needs of their
stale- and cities the first priority}
for the use of funds derived from
revenue sharing."
The hoard of the NCJW, meet-
ing at national headquarters in
New Y irk City, expressed its con-
cern for human rights both here
and abroad. NCJW renewi d Its call
upon the Soviet Union "to -riant
lull cultural, religious and human
- i all of its citizens includ-
ing the right to emigr t<
Council also urged President
Nixon to "abandon advocacj of aid
to private schools, and help to in-
still respect for the Supreme
Court and the Judiciary ... to
economic sanctions and cut
off military aid to countries giv-
ing succor and refuse to those in-
volved in international terror."
if our committees just contact a
public awaken..! to the funda-
mental role of Jewish education in
out community."
tile Wiesel. noted. author and
leader of worldwide efforts for the
iin of Soviet Jews, will l>e
ttv principal speaker at the affair.
Sharing the spotlight will be an i
original cantata presented by more
than 50 members of the Hebrew
Academj Choir under the direction
ol Jack Donnet. assistant principal
who is a veteran professional con-
ductor.
Formation of a "til". Mitzvol
Scholarship Corps" also was an-
nounced by Miami Beach attorney
Irving Firtel, president of the He-
i tew Academy.
This group will include scholar-
ship patrons donating at least $613
for the year. Proceeds go to the
scholarship fund, which provides
financial assistance to a majority
: f the more than S00 students en-
lolled in the school.
Persons joining the $613 Mitzvot
Scholarship Coin.- will receive two
five tickets to the dinner. Mr.
Firtel said.
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Keynoter At Convention \
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, -:>"'- ol the synagogue In relation to
endcr of Temple Menorah ol the local, national and Interne-1
Miami Beach will deliver the key-; tiotud needs ol the Jewish com-
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by his service to Klal Yisraol
ijeui-h Peoplchoodl as director of
the .Joint Distribution Committee
in Italy in the post Wot 11 War II
year* when lie was responsible
for the liquidation of the DP
camps and the arrangement for
emigration to Israel and by
his leadership for the Jewish Na-
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Rabbi Abramowitz has been in
the Forefront of the campaign i !
li q Soviet Jewry.
A graduate ii Yeshiva College,
Rabbi AbramowibE was ordained
at the Jewish Theological Semi-
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an honorary Doctorate degree, He
has served as president of the I
Greater Miami Rabbinical Asso-1
iation. as Director of United Syn-,
agogue Youth in the Southeast
Region, ami as national Chaplain
of the Jewish War Veterans.
More than SO congregations
throughout the southeastern1
United states will seed represen
tatives to the convention when'
Dr. Morion Siegcl. executive di-
rector of United Synagogue of
America, and Rabbi Paul Freed-
man, international director of
Youth Activities of United Syna-
gogue, will deliver addresses on
,i, i |sh K lut atlon and Jew Ish
Youth of the 70s.
letters to the editor
RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
note address on "The Synagogue
of the 70s" at the Dec 3-4 biennial
convention of the Southeast Re-
gion ol United Synagogue in Or-
lando.
Rabbi Abramowitz, who has
completed two decades of lead-
11 -hip as rabbi of Temple Me-
norah, will evaluate the potential
IMITOK. The Jewish riorldian:
The vituperative, impulsive let-
ter by Leon J. Ell regarding Rabbi
Kinglet's criticism of Jews sup-
porting the re-election of Presi-
rii nt Nixon is ridiculous.
Where was Mr. 011 when Rabbi
Stern placed a paid ad in the
"Jewish Floridian" urging Jews to
vote for Nixon? I haven't seen a
letter by Mr. Ell decrying Rabbi
Stern for minding his own theo-
logical business, and keeping his
nose out of politics. Mr. i-;!I "de-
plores Rabbi Ringlet's sounding
off ."
Well, I deplore Mr. Ell's sound-
ing off, especially when he casts
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Ave. The Sisterhood will present
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In charge of reservations are
Me Harris and Dorothy Richman.
Proceeds from the affair will
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Friday, November 24, 1973
Mesivta Honors Merwitzer;
Will Announce Expansion
Plans for a major expansion of
the Louis Merwitzer Mesivta High
School for Boys will be announced
pi the school's 12th annual schol- j
in ship dinner to be held Sunt.
Dec. ."I. at th'e Men Roc Rol
according to Moses J. Grundwerg.
president
Mr. Grundwerg, who will be
ired together with his wite ai.
the SoO-a-eouple banquet, said a .
..,or dormitory facility will be
..t to house both out-of-town
and local students.
He stressed that the Mesivta is
the only Hebrew high school for '
boys south of Baltimore, and with
the rapid expansion of the junior
high school of the affiliated
Greater Miami Hebrew Academy,
enioilment is steadily increasing.1
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, pnn- .
cipal, said plans also will be dis- j
closed for adding a Beth Hame-!
cirash, a 13th year of schooling
with intensified Hebrew and Jew-
ish learning.
Working on the building com- ,
mittee are Gabriel Deutsch, chair- !
man; Mr. Grundwerg, Murray 1
Berkowitz, Emanuel Kdelstein. j
Robert Entin, Leo Rappaport and |
Alexander Moskowitz.
Louis Merwitzer, whose name ,
the Mesivta bears, also will be I
honored at the dinner for his
pioneering role in the advance-
ment of Jewish education in South
Florida.
Announcement of the special
hrtnor to Mr. Merwitzer was made
by Jacob Mouansky and Hyman
Galbut, chairmen of the event.
So. Dade Hebrew Academy
Will Aid Jewish Home
Students at the South Dade He-
brew Academy have decided not [
to exchange Chanukah drifts with
rach other and their teachers dur-1
ing the Chanukah festival. Instead.',
they will sponsor a party for resi- f
dents of the Jewish Home for the I
Aged of Greater Miami. Both |
agencies are beneficiaries of the [
CJA-IEF campaign of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.
Dr. Melvyn Greenstein, presi-1
dent of the school which holds
classes at the YM-YWHA of Great-
er Miami, another Federation ben-
eficiary, said students will pre-
sent a program, light the me-
norah. share prayers and spon-
sor a party for the Jewish Home
residents. The South Dade Acad-
emy is an affiliate of the Greater
Miami Hebrew Academy.
Members of the building committee of the
Louis Merwitzer Mesivta High School gath-
ered to plan for the expansion of the South's
largest Hebrew high school for boys in-
cluded (from left to right) chairman Gabriel
Deutsch, president Moses J. Grundwerg,
Murray Berkowitz, Emanuel Edelstein Leo
Rappaport and Alexander Moskowitz. The
projected new building will house both lo
cal and out-of-town students, according to
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal.
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Sunday Festivities Mark Israel's 25th Anniversary
The Greater Miami Region of
Mizrachi Religious Zionists of
America will sponsor an evening
rl festivities to celebrate the 25th
anniversary of the State of Israel
Sunday at 8 p.m. in the Washing'
top Federal, 1234 Washington Ave.
Heading the program will be
Rabbi David Lehrfield, spiritual
eacer of Congregation "Knescth
]:rael, and Rabbi Dow Rozencwai
cf the Cuban Hebrew Synagogue.
who will speak on the phenomenal
growth and achievements of the
ate of Israel in the past quarter
ol a century. Also en the program
v.:;i be Israeli musical numbers by
I :iof the local community.
Herman Kisenberg, a member of
chi's presidium who is serv-
ing as chairman of the evening,
Iannounced that Louis Young, a
h ai it member of Mizrachi who has
I eeri a frequent visitor to Israel.
[wiil show the film "Seeing Israel
IThrough Young Eyes," following
I a Mng-a-long of Israeli folk and re-
ligious songs.
The host committee will serve
htfreshments under the chairman-
[t;Kp of Joseph Hoffenberg; partici-
Nrting as hostesses will be mem-
ers of Women's Mizrachi and the
iSfeterhood of the Cuban Hebrew
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The Sisterhood of Temple Ner Tamid is holding a benefit
luncheon in the temple's Sklar Auditorium Wednesday noon
under the sponsorship ol Mrs. Wm. J. Harris (center). At
left is Mrs. Max Raskin, a member of the committee respon-
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Friday, Noveir.be:
:;
JWV Florida Auxiliaries
Set Hospital Holiday Party
Mrs. Lee Haspil, Department of
Florida Ladies Auxiliary Jewish
War Veterans Administration
voluntary sor\ ice representa-
tive, lias: arranged a special
holiday program for the patients
at the Veterans Hospital on Chan-
ukah Eva. Tlv; sday. Nov. !
Members from J".vi eran auxiliaries in Dado and
Ki' ward counties w ill 1m? on hand
to distribute gifts to the patients.
Other acti\itie< for these aux-
il.ii'i thi- week are at follows:
Norman Isnire Broun 174: Sat-
u: lay, hospital volunteers Mr-.
Essie Kolinsky and Mrs. Pauline
Smith will service the portable
telephone. On Tuesday, auxiliary
presld nt Mrs. Seema Lefkowitz
sHl hold a boa-d meeting at the
First Federal, 2750 SW 22nd St.
Rakert K. PraaaMaa 171: On
Sunday. Auxiliary and Post mem-l Evelyn Ferdie
her- will hold a monthly break-
fast at the Copper Penny, Holly-
wood. At their regular business
neeting Tuesday a* 8:30 p.m. at
Temple Israel of Miramar, Auxi'i-
ar> President Marion Moskovitzj
will welcome State Department
President Lilian Schoen on her
official visit to the auxiliary. On'
Thursday, members will partic -
pate at the Chanukah party at
tin Veterans Hospital.
Ilial.ali-Mianii Sprint- <">SI: Will
participate at the Chanukah party
at the Veterans Hosiiital on Thurs-
day. Nov. 30.
Ahe Harrowrtz 882: On Thurs-
day, Nov. :'."i. members will par-
' in the special Chanukah
party at the Veteran-; Hospital.
Later in the evening auxiliary
members will be entertained by
Post members at a Latke party a;
Unified Hall. N. Miami Beach.
Paint Baal fi!>8: Will hold a
games night on Saturday for 4th
and 12th floor patients. RV h sh-
ments "ill be served and sifts
given to guests. On Monday, n
paid up membershipp luncheon ir.
the French Room of Point East
will be a "member bring a mem-
ber" occasion. Department Presi-
lei t Lillian Schoen will make her
-:t and will help install
the auxiliary's new members, Mrs.
department mem-
ship thai: man and department
chaplain Belle Swartz, have been
Invite i to assist at the Installation.
Shaicm 25 Concert
To Feature Berns
Bertie I'. rut, one of America's
outstanding comedians, "ill ap-
pear in the Shalom 25 Concert on
Saturday. D^c.
9. at the Miami
Beach Auditor-
htm.
nie Berns
be- appeared on
TV many times
notably the Ed
Sullivan Show,
and at the Cr>
^acabana and
many other
nlahflubs.
Starring in the
show is the world famous Yaffa
Yarkoni. a- well as Eduardo Athe-
nian, the versatile international
Italian singer. David Lester and
his orchestra will conduct the
show.
Tickets arc available at the box (
office or may be secured from
Arie Kadari. 235 Lincoln P.d.. Suite
211.
Btrnit Berns
i
The Interfaith Dialogue, to which clergymen of all faiths or
invited, has begun a new year under the leadership cf Dr
Joseph Narot, (left) rabbi of Temple Israel of Greater Miami
The assembly, which meets monthly and affords participcrts
an opportunity to discuss interfaith relations and social end
community issues in an informal atmosphere, featured
lecturer and teacher, who has devoted himself to the causes
cf interfaith coopsration, interracial amity, and international I
understanding recently.
WeM Miami 88S: Hos lital
Chairman Jerri Bart: 't will as-
in feeding patients and on
Thursdaj will, ith other auxili-
ary members and members of the
Junior Division Starletts, assist
at th annual D ent Chan-1
ukah | arty al th VA Hospital.
Murraj SeJamon S4t: Hospital
5te I ton will serv-
ice issisted by Sol Lipton. I
A ting on Tuesday at 8
p.m. at the Aria Merritt Elemen-
tal^ School of Coral Gables will
he presided over by President Ev-
elyn Lowe. On Thursday, members
will participate in the Chanukah
party at the VA Hospital.
Four Freedoms 4 auxiliary" president Rac Feinstein
will service tolccan and on Thurs-
day, with other members, will par-
ticipate in the Department*
Chanukah natty at the hospital.
Daily, auxiliary members help at
the Bikur Cho'.em Home for the
Age i in South B ach. feeding and
visiting with the incapacitated,
patients.
Miami Beach MO: On Sunday
hospital chairman Minnie Honen
and volunteers will sendee the
portable telephone. On Thursdaj
they will a'siat In the Chanukah
party sponsored bj thi Department
of Florida foi the patients at the
hospital.
Victor B. Fraedmaa 618: Will
participate and help In the De-
partment's Chanukah party at the
Veterans Hospital on Thursday.
North Shore fi*7: Tuesday, hos-
pital chairman Sarah Young. Julia
Linsey and Ruth Stark will serv-
ice the telecart at the hospital.
On Thursday. tho\ will participate
in the Chanukah party at the
hospital.
Harry H. (ohm 7S: Sundav
auxiliary will ho'd its Home for
the Aged party from 1 to 3 p.m.
shments will be served. At S
o.m.. a ioint post and auxiliary
social will be held at the Normandy
h of Washington Fed-
eial. On Thursday. Nov. 30. hos-
chairman Frieda Cohen and
volunteers will fee:) patients and
cervice the telephone. At -! p.m..
they will assist and participate in
'"' Department's annual Chan ikah
party.
Caloarl David Marcos l'ot
\ -... arj members on the
ning of Thursday, Nov. 30.
i- !! spital I hail I -an !'
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ther
Winston at the Department's an-
nual Chanukah party at the Vet-
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The Chanukah Shabbaton planned by the Mollie Kahaner
E.sterhocd of Beth Torah Congregation is being arranged
by a number of Sisterhood members, including Shabbaton
:cchcmmen Mrs. Norman Mussman and Mrs. living New-
r.cm left!, dinner coordinator Mrs. Bruce Julien and Sister
.cod resident Mrs. Nat Siesser.
SOCIALITE
by ISABEL (iKOVE
You are cordially invited
fo view the exhibit
PEDRO MENOCAl
PORTRAITS AND HORSES
OILS PASTEIS DRAWINGS
November 27 December 15, 1972
^'lilinlitiiiit D>tt
a
Hapi j news of tiny baMe*. Joining families in the community just
n>' to further gladden the holiday season. A first child for Stephaii
\\ Irlyii Oypen, Jennifer Hence, born Nov. 8, is also a first for grand-
nis imi-, Irving mid Basel Cypra, Also welcoming the little
I 'ess are maternal grandparents Mr. ami .Mrs. Ben Rtunnla.
Another set of delighted grandparents are the Jerry sterns whose
Ison ivas born in Jerusalem in October.
And although Raohel Heidi was born to Alan ami Cindy Qreeubaow
ilj 1-'. grandparents Kthei ami Henry Oreenbamn are still walk-
ii air berause recently they had the little one all to themselves
eks while the junior Greenbaums went off on a vacation.
ontinuin^ a sentimental tradition. Mollie ami Benjamin Levlne
\. tome 60 other couples who are all wintei residents of South Flor-
ill meet for Chanukah dinner al the Caribbean Hotel on Wednes-
I >< e. 6 This will be the fifth year that the gathering will mirror
1 held in Putnam County, New York, where all arc mem-
ol Temple Israel. Officiating at the holiday observance will be
|bl i Harry (:. Schwartz of Hallandale Jewish Center, formerly of
mple in Putnam County, attending with his wife Helen, in charge
. irangi montS are Harry and Minnie Viw.
"ircuit Judge Milton A. Friedman and his sister, Mrs. Bernard
"i \ Sntia, liosted family dinner part) at Coral Gables Country Club
Thanksgiving Eve, honoring 80th birthday of their mother. Mrs.
pe( Friedman I widow of pioneer Miamian, William Friedman). Roz
husband Bernie Butta Ihe's lodge Bdward Klein's "friendly bail-
JUSI returned from a European trip celebrating their Silver
versary.
Just heard that Khca Oladwtn, a trustee ot the Surf Bal Bay
b -ry. has been appointed a member of the Legislative Committee!
ne American Library Trustee Assn.. a division of the American \
rary Assn. For the past two years. Mrs. Gladwrn has served as
'.nan of the trustees for the Florida Library Assn.
KiinUI Revit/., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Revltz of 9418 W.
advieu Dr.. has been named to the Forensic Council the debate I
- at Emerson College. A fully accredited school specializing in
ommunications arts and sciences and the performing and creative
Emerson College Ls located in Bostons historic Back Bay. Miss
'-'/ is a member of the Class of 1975.
Mr. and Mrs. George KronangoM of George Kroncngold Travel
Vice, Inc. have just returned from a most interesting trip behind,
lion Curtain countries. They visited Moscow, Leningrad. Warsaw, !
Brest, Budapest, Vienna, Prague. East Berlin, West Berlin and
nich. The Kronengolds are veteran world travelers and their agency '
iebrating its 4Sth year in travel. Mr. Kroncngold will be relating .
xperienecs and views for several of our local organizations in the
future.
Happy holiday to all of you and thanks for taking the time to
us your good news. Looking forward to hearing from more of
about trips, parties, awards, birthdays, anniversaries and re-
is. The community and I are intensely interested. So please tell
all about ii in a note I Include your phone number) in care of
lewish Floridian, P.O. Box 2973, Miami, 33101.
^^^^^^CyS2^5^B^^A
Sisterhood
Plans Dee. 8
Shabbaton
A Chanukah Shabbaton
restive,trnriit'ongi Bhastba
nlng i- planned bj the Mollie
Kahaner Sisterhood ol Beth Torah
Congregation i:. Beth Torah's so-
cial hall Friday, Her. 8, begin-
ning at 6"."!0 p.m., according Id
Mrs. Nat Sicr, Sisterhood presi-
i i
Included will bo a traditional
Friday night meal prepared by
Sisterhood cuisineres; a program
featuring Dr. Sara Feldman, Nat
Siesser, Irving Newman and Barry
Siegel, with an original script
written liy Mr. Siegel; and a
Family Shabbat service featuring
the Junior Choir, under the direc-
tion of Mrs Bernard Fleissig.
Waiters will be members of the
USY. directed by headwaiter John
Salmon.
Chanukah gifts will be dis-
tributed to all children attending
the Shabbaton, Which is under tin'
cochainnanship of Rose i Mrs. Irv-
ing) Newman and Celia (Mrs.
Norman) Mussman. with Joyci
(Mrs. Bruce) Julien as dinner Co
ordinator, Mona (Mrs. Herbert)
Parker as decorations chairman
Barrj Siegel. program director and
Betty (Mrs. Barry) Siege] as res-
ervations chairman.
Members ol the Junior Choii
participating in the service in-
clude Al'.na Adler. Mindy Fleis-
sig. Terrl Fried. Paul Goldstein
David Hirs.-haiilt. Michael Hir-
sehault. Jeffrey Kirshenbaum
Shira Kirschenbaum, Debbie Lip
man, Harriet Lipman. Jeffrej
Ixwlon. Kenneth Loden. Bret'
Maxet, Jay Mussman, Maria Muss-
man, Robin Schwartzman, EHsa
Shant/.is, Rena Shapiro, Stewart
Shapiro Beryl Slomovltz, Janine
Sturnman, Ilenc Sturman, Bonnie
Wank and Donna Winton.
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OF HER OPTOMETRIC OFFICE
for: EYE EXAMINATIONS
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Open Sundays and Evenings
MAG? I a
BAL HARBOUR SHOPS
9700 COLLINS AVENUE
861-2155
j*BTT*p TWO
Marriages performed by Rabbi in
Temple, Hotel or my home; also
Kadish said for your dear ones.
Officiate a; unveilings.
RABBI BLAUSTEIN 673-1558
FARBAND LEBEDIKER
ZIMRAH ENSEMBLE
featuring a Special
Social Evening
SUNDAY, NOV. 26, 7:30 p.m.
1234 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach
A Diversified Program
Israeli Guest ISRAEL STOLARSKV
will be greeted
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fJenisti Flcriidtiairi
Friday, November 24,197j
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Varied Programs On Tap Temple Zion
For MB Hadassah Units Boosts Books
NCJW Ship-a-Box Drive
Highlighted At Chanukah
Miami Beach Chapter of Hildas
sah Groups November and De-
cembei programs Include guest
Bpeaken and Chanukah Celebra-
tion-.
lia liniah will have its annual
eye bank luncheon on Monday
noon at the Harbour House South.
Mesdames Serata Bloom and .lean
Turner are cochaitmon. Sadie Ne-
leber is president.
ft ft ft
Morton Towers will celebrate
Chanukah with a part) Monday al
1 i K) a.m.. Dec. 4, in the Amer-
i. r Sa\ Ings al Alton and Lin olri
Rd The group will celebrate found-
ers .lay and the 25th anniversary of
Israel's Independence with a lunch-
eon at the Deauvllle Hotel at noon
Sunday. Dec. 10. A n usical pro-
gram by Lee Barry will highlight
the event. Bobbj Indig is program
chairman. Mrs. Philip Houtz will
preside.
ft ft
Keruutnh will celebrate Chan-
ukah at the home of Mr. and Mrs. |
.1 nob Hockstein Saturday. Dee. 9
at 9 p.m. Latkes will be the spe-
ed ty of the house at 1075 W.
l-'.ih St. Mrs. Saul Breed will wel-
come guests. The group will have
a brunch and book review at the
Sea Nle Hotel Wednesday. Dec. 13
at 10 a.m. Mrs. Florynce Brce will
preside.
Kailimali will meet at the Sing-
apore Hotel Monday, Dec. 4 at
noon. The group will have a
luncheon at the home of Mrs. Be-
lenke of 9249 Dickens Ave., Mon-
day. Dec. 11 at noon.
ft ft -it
Stephen s. Wise will have its
Monday, Dec. 4 luncheon meeting
at the Algiers Hotel at noon.
Rabbi David Raab of Temple Beth
Raphael will l>e guest speaker.
with Mrs. Raab as soloist, ami
Aida Ves'o. accompanist. Mrs.
Gertrude Sosna i< president.
ft ft
Hannah Senesch will have a
noon luncheon meeting al thi Al-
Hoti Monday. Dee. 4. Mrs.
Henry Wernick wfll in- guest
speaker. The group "'ill celebrate
founders lay with a luncheon at
Ihi Algiers Hotel Wednesdaj Dec
13 at noon Arie Kaduri, accord-
ionist, will entertain. Sarah Getter
is program chairman; Lil Baron
is president.
Temple Zion will celebrate Jew- (
ish Book Month beginning Sunday!
with special emphasis on "Israel
- Land of the Book" activities in
Its Befl SerMn Library?- '
The library is compiling an al-
bum of poems by Miriam Cannon.
and has purchased a 16-volume get
of the Encyclopedia Judaica, a
five-volume set of the Zohar. a;
seven-volume set of the Mishnah.
and four volumes of the Talmud,
in both Hebrew and English.
Mrs. Karl Drtesen, librarian, ]
said the Ti mple Zion tacilitj is
n to the general communityl
for reference hell books; hours
an fro n 9 u.w.. to 12:30
and Tuesdaj and Wednesday
from 9 30 am to 5:30 p.m.
xoa v nus A\rjN i
LARRY TAYLOR
Taylor Elected By
Democratic Club
.any Taylor, civic leader and
investor who was elected presi-
dent of the Biscayne Democratic
Club during its annual election
meeting this week, had previously
served one term as president sev-
eral years ago.
Also elected were Louis Kroll.
first vice president; Sol Roth, sec-
ond vice president; David Hubsch.
financial secretary; Ida Roth,
treasurer; Ruth Schwartzberg, re-
cording secretary; Ruth Stetzer,
corresponding secretary, and Ben
Resnikoff, sergeant-at-arms.
.Mollie Richman. Max Schwartz-
berg and Rose Horvat were elect-
ed to three year terms as mem-
berg and Rose Horvath were elect-
Harry Goldstein and Anna Fuchs,
two years, and Martha R. Hellec
Joseph Flecker and Max Gold-
hogen, one year.
SUE BERKOWITZ
Sitfr of the let*
JAY J.
BERKOWITZ
wishes to thank her
many friends for their
expressions of condolence
arid generous contributions
to charity in his memory.
New York Retirees
Retirees of New York Districl
6.1 have slated a regular meeting
for 1 p.m. Tuesday at American
Savings. 1200 Lincoln Rd.
The National Council of Jewish
Women is having its annual drive
for "Ship-A-Box" which :ollccts
gifts for the children of Israel in
time for ShaflukaMKkMiLlI irgain
is sponsoring a poster contest in
religious schools, the winners to
have their posters displayed, and
:s asking the children to bring in
tn \\ toys and educational material.
ft ft ft
v..\\ Division will hold its month-
ly meeting on Wednesday, Dec. K.
at the Surf-' le Community Center.
9301 Collins Ave. The program
will include a book review by Is-
abi Scher on "Death of Inno-
cence" written b> Zelda Popkin. A
i atei ed luncheon 111 be sen
> lores Division will hold its
monthly meeting on Wi dn I >
Dec. (i. at 9:30 a.m. at the home
of Mrs. Bruce Ju'ien. 7S1 NK 134th
St. The program will include a
hook review of "Asher Lev"
by Rabbi Ralph P. Kingsley.
Islands Division u ill hold J
[ monthly meeting on I- -lay
5 at the Algiers Hotel, The
gram will include happy songs |
,.Ghmikah by Nat
Solosko. Also the Sli p-a-Box J
gram where toys an ,
children of Israel \ ., n.'K lun
eon will be served.
Coral Division will hoy I
i monthly meetii VVednesdJ
, Dee. 6, at the 1
rant, at 10:30 a.ni TI j
will Includ a fa
rated by Miss I
Marjo Fas i ,
- "d.
Lakes Divl
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Friday. November 24,
1972
v-Jen Isli thrikMsun
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fen volumes deuling with the history and culture of the
Ev.ish faith were presented to Br. Archie L. McNeal, (left)
inector of the University of Miami Libraries, and Rabbi
jhroshi Okamoto, an instructor in the U-M Religion Depart-
ment, by representatives of the Jewish Chautauqua Society
larold Malin (center) Michael Clein and Albert Roth (right).
\hc Society has presented similar books to more than 700
alleges throughout the United States and Canada.


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mr
U jiving Founders Plaques from the Miami Beach Chap-
American Society for Technion Women's Division are
I William Bernstein in behalf of herself and Dr. Bern-
Mi; Mrs. Milion Sirkin president of the Chapter, and Lil-
j:i and Esther Goodmr.n. The Technion is the Israel Insti-
of Technology in Haiia.
ion-Stop Bus Service For
triieatre Patrons Planned
Coconut Grove Playhouse
kins to arrange regular n<>n-
Ihns service from Miami Beach
lie iheatre.lfor patrons ol the
season of musicals and plays,
Ii'i; Dec. 5.
feasibility of the project
[depend on how much interest
finessed by Playhouse patrons
liis new service, and The
re's new producers, Arthur
and Uolvii S. Kisliko, urge
lyonc who would appreciate the
iiience. speed and safel of ''
Btely chartered bus to Coconut
10 wiite or call The 1'iay-
;is soon as possible.
BV'ith a s'lticimt show of in
1st. we will tie able lo conclude
piiations with the Metro Bus
Bpnny for service at a nominal
.< lo our patrons," .Mr. Pishko
le bus probably would start in
h Miami Beach and make
11 Dal Harbour and at sev-
pointS alone Collins anil
Hiington Avenues in Miami
l-efore coming' directly to
ll'layho.ise.
Wowing the performance, the
Kvould take patrons rUrc-ctlv
hack to the beach, thus eliminating
': current necessity ol transfer-
ilng Horn one bus to another on
regular bus service lines.
Service would definitely be pro-
vided for weekly Wednesday and
Saturday matinees at The I'la-
housc and pel haps extended to ac-
onimouate patrons at evenin"
, ei formances as well.
Persons interested in this serv-
ice may call Janis Hirsch at The
I ia. house business office from 10
a.m. to (< p.m.
SKLAROFF
Catskills Resort Founder
Jennie Grossinger, 80
Jennie GmssinK, SO, cofuunder
and hostess of the famous resorl
i:. the Catskill Mountains which
I eai S her name. (Med m hei
early Mondaj morning in hei cot-
tage on ibe grounds ol the 1,200-
acre Sullivan County. N.V.. resort.
Her death came as the result of a
stroke, a spokesman said
Mis. Grossinger and her hus-
band. Harry, who died eight years
ago, founded the resort in 191 I on
a farm 9) miles from New York
City purchased by her father. She
anil her mother did the cooking,
her father took care of the farm-
ing, marketing and meeeting the
guests at the railroad station, and
hei husband recruited the guests,
which eventually included many of
the world's most famous, wealthy
and powerful.
As the years passed, additional
farm land was acquired and the
resort grew. It maintained its own
post office, police and fire depart-
ment, and provided luxury accom-
modations for many government,
sports, entertainment and religious
figures, it also became known .is
[i training ground lor entei tail* I -.
Born in Vii nna, Austi ia, Uril
Grossinger came to the United
States in 1900 and became a nat-
i.aii.ed citizen in HUM. Until two
years ago, sin- maintained a winter
residence at "'OH 1'ine Tree Dr.,
Miami Beach, and opened it each
season for fund-raising functions
p.nd other affairs given by organi-
zations in which she was interest-
| ed. such as Hadassab. MizracllI,
| Weizmann Institute, Zionist Or-
ganization of America, Fight for
| Sight and Bonds for Israel.
Jennie was active in many civic
i and interfaiih groups, and received
' awards from such diverse organi-
zations as the Rotary Club, the
Federation of Jewish Philanthro-
pies and Father Duffy Canteen.
Mrs. Grossinger is survived by
her son. Paul, president of the re-
sort, her daughter. Mrs. Elaine
! less, six grandchildren and one
great-grandchild.
Funeral services were held Tues-
day in Liberty NY
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
American
violinist, wiil bs the principal
speaker at the 58th Annual
Meeting of the Joint Distribution
Committee Wednesday, Dsc. 6
in New York City. More than
400 Jewish community leaders
from ths United States and
Canada ore expected to attend
to hear reports from JDC offic-
r \S9 l!'7". otherwise H default
ers and staff consultants, adopt j entered ngainat >' ';" "' re"ef.1,,T;
romplnlnl "'' petition
IihII I" published once
l< f,,r four .....lai rUtlve ni,l..
!: JEWISH I'l lIMIHAV
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVF SFPVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVFNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Of
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION No. 72-23620
l\" HE: Tii.- Mnn Iniri' of
SILVIA 1'AI.I KTO P.VItL.V. Wit".
,11,1
AI'ISI'STIN AXORI. PARI V.
Hllsl, i' 'I
ACTION FOR DISSOI UTION
OF MARRIAGE
T<>: At'fH'STIN A.V'I'.KI. PAHI A
,- < Don rionnm Bmvo Qllas
Tuxtapec Oiixooa, Mexico
Vi.C AKK HKKKIIY NOTIFIED thai
mi action for Dlasolutlon << Marriage
I 1...... 'it. .1 ;,,..,,.,M you nO'l yoU
an required to serve a copy .if your
i.....reuses, if any. lo ii on
STEPHBX J. BBRI I.XSK V. nttornev
for petitioner, whose address i- BSSH
Blnl Ronit, Mlnml. Florida iwii;:.. and
file n.....ritclnnl with the clerk "i the
above styled court on or before I
will be
a budget and program, and
elect officers for the coming1
<"nr.
naiided In lb
Thin notice
-aril We
Tin-:
LEGAL NOTICE
.lerrj II 41. of Miami lieach Sin -
vlv.-il by his sister, .Madeline Jneoh-
viiz. of North Darlmoulh. .Max.. and
brother, I eon, of Plymouth, Michi-
gan. Shiva '! ''' ,-..vi,......,. :a: Whltevvced Drive, North
Dartmouth. Maas. Arrangement* by
Kiveralde.
KATZ
RBHECCA. US. "I M passed away
Hundny. A reeldonl here since I4.i.
coming from lloltlmore, .via. Survived
by sons, Ilalph anil Irvin Katt.
daughters Mrs. Shirley I toner;and
Mrs. liuth Hawkeet 9 grandchildren.
1 irr. :it -KTMiHl.-hlMr.'ii. brother. Bt-
ni-in C. VVolmnn and ulster Mra.
Kaye, Service* and
llaltlmore, .via. loal
by Riverside Alton
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-5766
lii Re: Katate of
ABRAHAM h'AS'iN
|i., .a- .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T" All Creditor* and All Persons Hv-
lug Claims in Demands Agalnxl Bald
Batate:
You are hereby notified and n -
.iitir. i lo preaenl any rlalins and de-
niainli- which you mnj have ngalnal
ihf eatate of AD11AHAM KASnW.
Deceased late of Dade County, Klor.
ma. in Hi,- County JuiIki> oi Dade
County, anil file the same in dunll"ate
ami .'im nrovldetl in Section 733.16,
Florida Blntulea. in their offices In
ill. County Courthouse.in Dade Coun-
ty, Plnrlda, within alx calendar mnnlhi
from the time or the rirsi imbll
hereof, or the aame will be barr
liaii-il in Miami, Florida, this
ilii\ of November, A.I l!'7S
ROSE KASnW
As Kxecutrlx
Plral publlcatl......r this notli
the iM day of November, lirJS.
ARONOVITZ. Sn.VBH L- IMMITH
Max R. BHver, Baq.
Attorney for Kxet-utrlx
my Alnale) Bulldins, Miami.
II :'4
WITNESS i i\- hand and he seal <
said court al It; day of No Miami, l"t.to pmber, l7S. a. in lliis
K H EATHEU.MAN.
As I'l.- I,. Circuit C mi
lla.l. 1 '0111111 Moll l.i
Ii v II .1 I"'!
As 1 ii'iun \ i Ii-i'In
(Circuit I'ouii STEPHEN .1 S.iih 1:1:1:1 iNSk V P A.
:i.-.-\ Blnl Roa 1
Miami. Plorldi 1SIS3
Altorne) fnl Petitioner 11 -n i; .x-i;,
I til
ll
Jl>l
Kla
1-j I-V-I-,
lulermenl in
nrrunirements
id. Chanel, M.n.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-5M2
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
lii RB: Batate tfl
CKI.1A l.i:>Mi\ KlITlt.VI.VN
I........l-.'.l-
To All Creditor* snd All Persons rluy-
ims or Demands Agnlnsl Bald
,a.. in-- hereby notified and re-
quired io raraaent any claims ami Ue-
IN THE COHNTV JUOQE'8 COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE TOIINTV Fi ORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 7?-58SS
ARTHUR W PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
lii KB: Estate "f
m-sn: PRICE
I ll'O'HSl'il
I To All Creditors and All Persons Hiiv-
Ins Claims or Dcinnnds Avalnal Said
Von are herebv notified and V--
iiutred In present any elnlms ami ile-
mands which you may have against
the estate of (H'SSIE PHICB dei-eaaed
lai, oi Dade i'oiiiov. Florida, I" the
Count} Judges of Dude County, mid
flln Hi,, same in duplicate anil a."
provided in Beetlon 73.1.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in Ihe fount}
Courthouse In Dude County, r'lorida.
wiiiiin sis i.iliii'lai- months from Ihe
ii,,,, ni the i'o-i i .ill .11 ii i : hi hereof.
or tin' same will be barred
liai.il al Miami. Florida. iiii> -"
day oi November, A.D. IS78.
inv I ItA.M
As Executrix
l'ii-l iiulili'-aiion of this notice on
Hi,' "A dav of .\o\ ,-inli. r. H'T .'
BfMRflKlr. '/.i:vii:i RfWKIN .vxn
iii:ii.iii:ii.\"m:i: p.a.
Attomeya for Wnoentr1,i
lllll V IllMllllO' I'.oUl.Mllll
.Miami. Florida 33IS2
Win 1-' 1-X-l.i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOK
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-5808
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
oi i.'i- Fstnte "'
SA.VIIKI. A HREWSTEH
I M.aceaseil.
To All rr.'iliioi- nncl vii Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Dent.....I- Agliilnsl Said
I Istate
Von are hereh} notified and re-
iiiiiri'il in present any claims and de-
mands which Mm mav have ngalnat
the estate ..r s v.vnf.l v IIKRW-
STER. deceaaed lai. of Dade County,
Florida, i" the founts Jud|ce* ol Dade
Countv and Die the same In dunll-
i ,-ai,' and as provided In Sei'tlon 733 -
ii. Florida BtnlUles, in their offices
in' ill.- Count} fourlhouae In Dade
County. Florida, within *i\ calendar
j months from Ihe time f the first
,,ii.".ii..ii hereof, or Ihe same will
be barred.
I ,. in Miano I' _-lii. IhlS 20
: day of N'.o embei, A.D '''"-
I'At I KWITNKV
As K\..|.....
F'lrsl publlcatloii of iliis notlei on
he L'7 day of November, 1: "7 _'
|< ITNEY .v.- KRtHIP
v torn) s for Executor
I2 Lincoln Road
Mian,, Reach. Florida^ ^ ^ u-|1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN P'OBATE
No. 72-5838
FRANK B. DOWLING
lo I'l.-- |. alate of
JACK KOMITO
I... ...-.-. I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* .in-l All Persons
HnvliiE Claims or Demands
Against Bald Bstate:
Vou a"- hereby notified and required
i.....-,...ni inn claims and demands
which vou roiiv have agn
,.f JACK K'i i.vilTd. do
11.oi. County, Florida,
Judges of Dude Count}
same in duplicate and
Section 733.16, Florida
their offices in
in Dude Count
,iit. inliii month
ihI tin state
inaed late of
i. tin County
and file the
h provided in
Statutes, in
Hi, County Courthouse
v. Florida.
from ilio
within -iv
time of Hu-
ll,
ni,
lii.- sum,'
rii-i nubllentloi
win be barred
Dated ni Miami. Klorldn, this .'nih
,,.,, ,,, .\..,',.n.i.'. A Ii IKS.
JiiSKl'H Kl i.MI'I'i i
As Executor
First publication of ibis notice on
il,.. I, ,l"\ o Nov. ml', r. Ii2.
CAIDIN, ROTHENHER, KOCAN
nml KORNItl-UM
r.v Ziv. vv. Kognn
.Mi,.rn, \ for Joseph Komltn and
Stnuley Kornlto, fo-Bxei-utors
I'.i, I in, ..In ltd .
Miami Reach Florida ..... "
11/24 I-' 1-8-13
IN
II
Announcement
Because of heavy increases in all departments of
lour operation, we have been forced to make a modest
adjustment in our subscription prices. The new prices
fffective Sept. 1, 1972 are $8.00 for one year's sub-
fription and $15.00 for a two-year subscription.
The Jewish h'lorhlum
Mi
in mo
i 'ounlv.
nn.niis w'hiih you may hay.- ainiliisl
Ho- uatate of OEIJA RKKKO.N ItDTH-
man ii......ased mt.i of iia.l. fount},
Flertda, to ti' County itulges of iiioi.-
I'om.n nnd file 'he nstne III dupll-
rate and im provldeil In Bertloa i33.-
Kloriiln Statutes, iii their "in, .-
I,.. .'iiniv Courthouse Iii wane
Florida, n'lili'n six cnteiyiar'
, months from the tini.- of Ihe first
I j pui.iii iition hereof, or > same will
| "nali'lal Miami. Florida. this 12
, ,\,,x of November. A.D. IKS
Rhirley loi'sli.n
(As Adnilnisiralriv
Flrsi |.ul>li.'iiii"ii "f this notice on
the :M day ol November, l<2
! II UtRY /.I'KEKNlfK
i Attorney for Administratrix
120 Lincoln Road
(j Miami Reach, Florida U\ ^^
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
nut mismstn n*vta
+Jewisl fhricfiam
solicits your legal notices
vVe appreciate your pa-
rronaye and guarcniee ac
curate service at iaeal
rates.
Dial 373-4605
THE COUNTY JUOC.E'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 72-5788
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
UK- Batate of
S.VIiKI. M I ii Mi AN
I >..,,:, v.'tl
To All Creditor* and All Persons Hnv-
".inis or Demands Attains! Said
Estate;
ir.. herebv n,.tii'i..l ami re-
quired t" preaenl anj claims and de-
nuinda whl.'ii ym may hnvr aamlnsl
111., .slal.' o| tSAHBI. .VI ni'N'IAN.
deceased late "j Dade County, Flor-
IcIh i,, ii,.- (Viumy Judgi s of Dade
County, and file ih. same In ilunll-
..,. nnd 'is i.ioviil.-.l in Section 723.IS,
Kloriiln Statutes, in their offices In
the County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty. Florida, within -si\ calendar months
from the time < the drat publication
hereof or the same "ill be barred
Halo.I ill Miami. Florida, this '.'1
.lav of No,. nil.oi'. A.D. 1972.
Herbert D. Lomax
As Administrator
First publication ol iliis nolle.....I
ill.- i'l .lai ..i Novi mher, l7S
AIMINOVmS. SIIAl'.n A BtHiTH
Vltorney for Rstntr of
Isabi i M Uiinuan. deeesaed
iin Alnsle) Hldg., .Vliiim'. Pin Ml31
ii :i II 1-8-13


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